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The Hartford republican: April 11, 1919 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1919 hao1919041101_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: April 11, 1919 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1919 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ht Jtotffiwfr Fine Job Printing. VOL. XXXL PEACE CONFERENCE DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS ln i fkjwfolicitit , Subscription $ .50 per Year 1 OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 1919. No. 41 a grand daughter of Mrs. Joe Lamas-tu- s, ANOTHER CO.YKY'S ARMY COD TEMPERS THE WIND. was held, both as an official and as who was formerly Miss Lola MarHUT HAMK OLD COXKV By I. D. Claire. a man, is fittingly stated In the fol- FISCAL COURT FOR tin, of near Iloslne., in this county. lowing resolutions, adopted by the mm CONTINUES TO TALK New York, April 7. The I. and It. A sentence lives in the minds of court, at Its special session, Wednes NATIONAL HIGHWAY army is being recruited for a march men and Is passed on from generation day: A REAL WAR TANK IS Tho objective is not only when It voices a fcollng common COMING TO HARTFORD on Washington. Whereas, It appearing that W. W. the capture of the national capital to the multitude, mulBrowder, who for the past four years Washington Ordered A big bond sale rally will be held and neither is It designed to enforce titude lacks the but which the Geo. power to express. has been Farm Demonstrator for Vote $25,000 For Proposed territorial guarantees, Ot such ls the expression "God Tem- Ohio county, has resigned, his re In Hartford Wednesday, April 1G, In reparation, To France President Road In North Part f addition to the usual speaking pro- spheres of Influence or mandatory se- pers The Wind To The Shorn Lamb." signation to become effective May 1, , To Come Home A'simple illustration ot this princi- 1919 and, Its blg'goal Is popular govgram a special War Exhibits train lections. Of County. , ernment as it ple, as old as the emotions of men, will arrlvo here at 7:00 A. M. and Whereas, he ha3 been at all times came under my personal observation a faithful and efficient, public ser until 2:00 I. M. The big at- were. The army will compose legions ad- some years ago. It was the event of vant, and, Paris, April, 0. "Talking can not traction will bu a seven ton tank, The Fiscal Court, in special session j, no on forever" anil similar cryptic made by lTncTe Sam for use against vocating the initiative and refer- a man condemned to die on the galWhereas, by his industry and per- here Wednesday, made an Important replies are wie most tiullnlto lnror-inatlo- n tho Huns. It will be brought here endum as a part of the federal Con- lows. ' It ls not my purpose to argue sistent effort our farms have been order relative to the bulldnlg of state-ai- d and federal-aiof the pence situation the As- on a special flat car, will be unload stitution. (Jen. Jacob Schler.Coxey, the guilt or Innocence of the man, greatly enhanced In value, and the roads in tho councd, and under its own power will pa- - ot Massilllon. O., yes the same but to Illustrate the truth of tho cap- quality of our live stock greatly hn- -, ty. sociated Press has heen ahlo to Just now a movement ls In pror from the members of the Amer- rado tho streets. Soldiers who have General Co.ey who led the Common- - tion of this essay. I saw him from proved and, g pence delegation, who- - decline to manned the Whereas, at all times he has been gres3 to build a metal road from" monster weaI arm' "f unemployed to Wash-- , the day when he was first locked In ican clear up the mystery which Involves In Franco will man It. The tank Islington in lb94 and was told to "keep a cell until the fatal drop of the gal a gentleman of the highest moral Louisville to Owensboro. Tho build15 feet long and ten feet high. This!0" tlie grass." is the C. O. and gen- - lows. ing of tho road with state and fed and intellectual type'and, the proceedings of tho lllg Four. Twefye good men, and true, sat In Whereas, his going from us will eral aid is a certainty, and the only When asked today why It was feature alone will bo worth coming era! staff all rolled Into one, and he necossary for tho traveling plana of miles to see. Soldiers who have seen said today in outlining his plans that the Jury box. They were his hope, be greatly regretted by all of us who Important matter now to dotermlno the American delegation to ho de- service In tho hell of war In Europe, "popular government hi this country as hope clings like a tenncled octopus have so pleasantly and profitably Is the route to be selected. to the human heart until the final known him, pendent upon the steamer Oeorgo will deliver addresses, and wellknown is bunk." Hawesvlllo anil Brandenburg, General Coxey Is not concerned sentence is passed. May be yet, may Washington, nnd why It could not go state speakers will also appear on Therefore be it Resolved by the county seats respectfully ot Hancock with the prohibition amendment pri be yet, he might be spared all he lov- Ohio county Fiscal Court, in called and Meade counties, homo on tho Levlathun or on another the platform. are. making marily, but the method by which It ed most life. Dread and fear and session that we regret: strong efforts to pull the route closo jhlp sailing on an earlier dato to tho was tacked on the federal Constitu- desperation hung before him like a 1st That we are no longer to have along the Ohio river. But the"lsov-ernmeI'nltcd States, one of tho American THE CROI! OUTLOOK. tion Is one of the signs of the time pall, but deceptive hope wrought him tho services and association ot a gendelegntes replied that he did not having recently built Iho think that was necessary to- - make The crop prospect looks good for that have stirred him to renewed ac- Into a maelstrom of .misery. Uncer- tleman of Mr. Browder's accomplish road to the military camp, at Stith-to- n, years of tainty how It wounds and curses and ments. It Is a matter now of selecting hurried plans. the opening of spring. A great deal tion after twenty-fiv- e Uncertainty 2nd. That our official relations the nearest and most practical, routo Is the The harsh denunciation of the of winter plowing has been done, J philosophical contemplation of pass- disappoints. cruel curse that trle3 the soldier's val- have at all (lines been pleasant and from that point to Owensboro. Breck peace 'delegation American by the though recent rains have materially ing events. "What I do care about," he point or as it does the mothor's heart profitable. inridge county is making an effort French press anil charges thnt the checked this work. i4UUiiamuiUi 3rd That we commend him to to bring it by Hardinsburg. ordering of tho transport Georgo promising than for many-years- . if!ed m,t toda-v- ' "ls the Principle of watching by the dying babe. To Tho I don't care a know one's fate, however dreadful, his future constituency as a thorough shortest line between Stlthton Washington to came to Itrest heforo Indeed the promise was ever so popular government. and its regular time Is nothing short, of flattering before. There was no'wln-te- r hang what happens to the dry amend- is mercy hi relief. The jury retired christian gentleman, and one capable Owensboro, as the map will show, Is blackmail have not affected the freezing. It has branched freely ment. Ilut It was not enacted by the and the accused sat like a statue, of giving help and assistance to those by way of Hardinsburg and FordsAmerican delegation, who apparently and, barring the fly or the remote wish of the majority of the people; motionless, expressionless. His hour requiring his professional services, vllle. Fordsvllle citizens are alive are not surprised at the newspaper possibility of an April freeze, a record It was railroaded through. Now let had come. The verdict guilty was and one whose Integrity will stand and awake to the opportunity of get- - . criticism. breaking wheat crop will develop us have th'e Initiative and referen- - returned. After a single moment of tho teat, and whose industry and en- ting the road, and are working night lu,n and If the majority of the people bewilderment his face strangely re- -' thusiasm for his work will stimulate and day toward that end. They havo Whlle the Americans repeatedly af- - Present condition of this crop firm their belief thnt considerable cato the harvest will begin In thelof t!le countr-- ' reaI1' want liquor, laxed, rind a smile, wanting indeed others along all civic and industrial already Interested the officials ot r "v"g me dry in merriment, played about his lips. lines. progress has been made in the last early days of Juno. Tobacco plants !l,,ej can 'eul other counties in bringing the road ,.y submitted to a popular The verdict was death, but death OHIO COUNTY FISCAL COURT. through Ohio'county, and now our threo days, one member remarked'to- - are In good condition whore covered ' own officials are getting Interested. da : by canvass, as most of them are, but vote. If the amendment Is sustained would be a release. No longer must The Fiscal Court, at Its special ses It Is not a bad idea to have the, those not protected suffered from tho that ,s tho ,ast of the lifluor ,n thls he toss at night upon his pillow and ADJUDGED SANE AGAIN. sion Wednesday, entered an order apwonder over his fate. The fateful ship at llrest ready tor the return recent freeze. Tobacco beds sown country. - Minor "I'eople thought I was crazy In day came. The condemned man. his Press Evans, of McHenry, who re- propriating $25,000, to be paid in offlclnls of tho American del- Indicate the cron will bn nhmit ttin ,4egation are working with the Entente sninn as Inst P!ismi Tim fruit irnt ls94 wncn l marched my army toiseason of uncertalnlty over. Jested cently returned from the asylum, at five annual installments of $5,000 dclegntlun, which Is making propurn by tho heavy freeze ot last week b'"b iuu h u ueimuiueu uie inula- - wuu nis trenuiiing executioner, and Ilopklnsvillo, had a hearing In coun- each, to be used on any state-ai- d or e road undertaken In tho tlons at Versailles for tho recoptlon j without apparent injurv. multitude that came to witness ty court yesterday to legally establish federal-ai- d However !tIve alld referendum. Well, fifteen s '" t,le UnIon navc Sne crazy his execution, he was the calmest of his sanity, in order that he might county. However, the order provides of the Germat. lelegatos and tho act-- : the cold snap may Vesult in heavy! them nil. ' While there was a ray of properly transact business. Evans this money shall not be available unual slgnii.g t.f llu troaty, whilo vari- - dropping later in .the season. Thois'llce' aml adopted my measure." tVs,;s Bryan To EnlM. hope his life was a damned torment, had a severe attack of influenza, til such road is surveyed, work acAmerican exports with the sub-wcampaign of last voar Is1 garden facing a certainty ho was as calm sometime in tho winter, and as a re tually begun, and then only when acri".mil3lou' are, working night and 'reflected In tho general getting bus.y. Oeneral Coxey plans to enlist Wil-jm- it (' arranging tlie reports o tho to plant gardens this season. Fall llam Jennings Bryan as a member of as a cniut at play. Truly God sult of which his mind was temporari tually ntode1 to pay for construction liu.s, apparently without Intimation and spring sown grass is in excellent 1,,s Bcnernl staff and has sent the fol tempered the wind to tho shorn lamb. ly unbalanced. When brought Into work. Many citizens of the Fordslowing communication to him: court here for trial seven hundred vllle route are proposing to give sub o' any pus 'hie break in the proceed- - condition. -- . dollars were found on his person. stantial sums for the establishment hit- "In view ot your declaration on RECEXT laxi) SALES. IVooidt-nThe money was deposited In the bank of the highway through that section "'a hUJect' w'an ,l nsk '011 to Join Wilson conferred last ('j.hijk WILL RECORD ' ilx settinK Congress to pass a roso- nls'U with Secretary of State Lansing W. H. Parks to Lennle and Allison by the court, and It was necessary of the county. SOLDIER'S PAPERS me A laigoly attended meeting, at cou crnlng tho minority report of tho J jlutlon referring it to the state logis- - TIchenor 17S acres, on Green River, for his sanity to be legally establishwhich the county official of Daviess ed for him to get his money. r, coi mission on responsibility for the' $G,G00 and exchange of land. Provision has been made to have ,aU,ro3 aml then aweal to every county and many people from Breckn which was not clear to tho Pres- - tho discbarcn miners f m. Mrs. Thurza Ambrose to Marvin ni.nn. ' Inlature to adopt so that In six .LATEST XKWS ITEMS. inridge county, were present, waa idem. Tho question ot rcsponslbIU-))OV- S time we may accomplish that and Stelfa Hoover, GS acres on Hart recor(ie,i in tiie col,nty C0llrt '"'onths held at Fordsvlllo Tuesday. Last ties is under consideration by which will require years of agitation ford and Owensboro road, $S50. '""clerk's office. This Is a wise provi and education In any It Is reported tho four big powers night a big meeting ot the officials ' Council of Four today. way." other C. W. Stevens to Mary T. Einbry, sion, slum in tlie tirillnnrv rmifsn havo decided the Kaiser responsible and others Interested along the vari- -, ' Wo do not accuse our allies of "Now, Mr. Bryan 'can't get away lot in Cromwell, $900. wI of events m of the , for the war and that he may be ous proposed .routes was held at tho forgetting what Franco has done." thor dlM.hnrse paer8 mls,,aced or from that appeal," General Coxey C. P. Kissinger to A. J. Wilson, lot brought to trial. If tried ho will" Seelbach Hotel, In Louisville. Tho says the Matin "He will either have to help In Fordsvllle, JS50. "but novortho-de8troyc- d ,)eell ,)ro. added. Tno clerk has probably have to answer In a Belgian prospect looks good to bring thl3 Im less wo witnessed a curious thing vdcd wUll a rccor,, llook ,n wuch me get this measure through congress E. J. Carter to II. R. & Lee Bencourt. portant highway through Ohio counyesterday. American propagandists , feoUUer may nve ,Us djscharg0 or repudiate his ideas on tho initia- nett, 13 acres $377. A great storm took a toll of 100 ty, and every citizen should lend a tive and referendum." or newspaper men. knowing that S. F. Kissinger to Nannie K. Shaw, are recorded, and lives hi Texas, Wednesday. More helping hand. President Wilson had summoned tolnen ,n tho event of , , The opening day of Congress will lot In Fordsvllle. $10. -of h3 than a dozen lives were also lost In .Br&t tho ship which Is to take him j ,,,, hid Coxey in Washington hard on the Esk-ridHerman Newton to Joseph h(J w, havo ermaneut re. CORRECTS MISSTATEMENT. back to America, saw In this natural ,, Interest In tract, on Adams Oklahoma. refer to So,der3 of ,ho trail of the representatives and senaTho peace conference, it Is an order an opportunity for blackmail. cvU Wnr 8Ulforeil mucn inconven. tors. Meanwhile he will carry for- Jfork Creek, $100. That little squib In Tuesdays Her"They inado-w- ith the disapproval I (mco from n()t ,mv John T. Smith Jr., to C. P. Kissin nounced, has decided that German ft record Bnd ward his plans for the greatest pro Indemnity shall be paid on the In ald to the effect that the convention ! an Americans wno are momis oi cession "the world has over seen." ger, lot In Fordsvllle, $550. BUBRert t0 tho rtgchargeU soldler plan, running about thirty which was held in this city last week IMLMVnnrA- - iMilfl.r.'irPfl ntfoitutf nt In. ' mm H. II. Bean to T. H. Bean, exchango stallment thnt ho have, his papers copied in tho A. years. The first payment demanded was a failure, and that there was Amldation. 'If you are not more YOLWG MAX IXSAXE. of land. ,ork.s offlM al once- will bo $5,000,000,000. much indifterenco shown by citizens ggggggW 'ommndatiug, they went all over S. F. Kissinger to Lizzie Gutheile, Ed Morrow has announced In favor and solJIers, Is anyjthing but a true LjHLW'e city saying, 'our President will Ollle Neighbors, of Narrows, was lot in Fordsvllle; $10. .IOE I. HARDEIt DEAD. of fre school books tor the children statement of the tacts. About Ono (turn homo nnd you can extricate before an inquest court here, TuesJohn Hoskins to W. C. Kogle, 2 of Kentucky. hundred and twenty-fiv- e yourself from your difficulties by soldiers - day, and was adjudged to be ot un- acres near McHenry, $450. Mr. Joe I. Harder, one ot the oldTho Government will organize an were present, most of them tho enyourself." It. J. Stevens to Albert and Laura est and best known citizens of Fords- - sound mind. His father, Mr. John army of 3000 revenue agents to en- tire time and all of them at the BanTho Matin's artlclo pungontly crlti- - villi' rllcil nt tlin rnslrinnrn i)f lilt. unii. Nolghbors, left with -i young man, Maddox, 4 lots hi Beaver Dam, force nation-wid- e prohibition, after quet which they voted one ot tho clscs the Peace Conference under ,,,, 1)avles, cmn in tho nfternoon for HopkTnsvllle, Sum, n,3 July 1. most delightful nnd helpful affairs largo captions, reading: 'Disquieting ,Ll(th WM (,uo tQ 0,d whoro he will undergo treatment at Simon B. Wlgginton and others to ula which they had ever attended, many mysteries in Councl of K.ur.' the Hospital. He Is about twenty Hugh Hlchards, 73 acres on Barnetts IIinln8Woro burlod at Fordsvlllo LOUISVILLE MARKETS. who could not atto.r.! sent written re"in five months allied governments (TllesdaVi , tho j,.l801lc fraternlty, years old, and his mind has been creek, $4000. grets. Tho program so far us we have not solved "Biiglo problem.. affected only a few days. J. C. Johnson nnd others to Emma w,lJch he hndl boen a uiemb Market active and pricey strong. could find out was flawless and thoso Odessa In power of Bolshevik!." May MInton, 90 acres on Halls creek, (Funeral services wore conducted by Hogs 165 pounds and up $20.25; who took part In It were neither IgnMir ttniitiifitni i1nilri It ltnu Itnnn YOUXfJ MAX SUICIDES. " $350. ; Jllll Rov. Brandenburg. Mr, Harder was , ,'",'. 120 to 1C5 pounds $18.75; pigs. 120 norant nor Indifferent. And1 tho IU UIU JI1UU1UM Ul IIIU I'UIIIUIUIICU C. V. Weddjng to C. B. Martlu, pounds 31 years old and had been n citizen down $10.40; throwouts $17 trifling attompt to reflect on tho tho concerns of Franco last. England of tho Fordsvlllo community all of Kirt Snoll. n young man about iVi acres, $500. 75 down. convention und stick a lance In tho twenty-on- e und America havo gotten all they his life or twenty-tw- o years old. Ho was a menibor ot the Cattle Primo export $lG.O0 Y. M. C. A. hurU no one and surrequired, says tho Matin, "now wo 17th Kentucky regiment during tho committed suicide by shooting him PAYMENTS OX VICTORY l.O.VX 1G.50; heavy shipping $15.00 16; prises no ono. But worst ot all It is' como with our bothersome domunds, Civil Wur. Mr. Saturday, near Spring Lick. Ue Harder was a ldg, self light $11.00(0)13.00; fat heifers a knock on our good women who and if we do not get satisfaction our nnnii.linnrf rwl nlMvnn nml timl mnnv had been In poor health for some Secretary aiass has announced the fat cows $9.50 sorved so beautifully and worked bo country will bo financially dead Such tlmo, and this is supposed to bo tho dutes upon which payments will bo $9.0013.50; w 12.50; medium $7.000 ' ... will bo the fruit of our sacrifices.". ... .... puuuu, no LuiiaiuiJIO, i cause of his act. Snell killed a man required on tho notes of tho Victory nnd canners $5.25 7.00;9.50; cutters hard to innko tho occasion complete. uuaiu. iiu iiait bulls $7.50 Tho convention was nolther untlmolv a at a Holy Roller meeting, in Grayson Loan as follows: magistrate und as doputy sheriff. 11.25; foeders $S.500 13.25; nor wus It a Y. M. C, A. "propagancounty, about five years ago, for CHILI) HI' RX ED TO DEATH. 10 por cent on or before July 15. Blockers $7.50 11.25. da. Tho soldiers who woro prosoiH which lie served a term in state priTRAIN KILLS A MAX 20 percent on or boforo August 12. Calves best veals $13.00 14; voted unanimously to havo the noxt Tho six year old daughter ot Mr. AT SIMMONS SUNDAY son. He wns released two years ago. 20 por ceut on or before Soptombor medium $8.00 12.50; common $5.00 meet July 4th when moro of the boys Ho was a son ot S.im Snoll, a mer- 9. Joe Laniastus Jr., of Bowlings Chap-po- l, S.00. will bo nt home and from time to Mr. Joo Condor, of Simmons, wns chant at Arnold, hi this couuty. in Hancock county, wns burned 20 por cent on or before October 7. Sheep and Lambs Best sheep time as they shall return. Quit your one day last weok. Whilo killed by un Illinois Central train. to death 20 per cent on or before November i$12.00 13.00; bucks $10.50 down knocking Bud and lino up tho parents woro nway from tho nour that placo Sunday afternoon. EUGEXIO MARRIAGES ARE l,l,wlth accured Interest on deferred Choice lambs $18.00 19.00; seconds who are soeklng to show with thoso their aptho small chlldron woro play- The circumstances' of tho accident houso FAVORED RY ASSEMBLY Installments. $13.00 16.00; culls $10.00 13.00. preciation ot tho service rendorod by ing papor dolls und tho little girl, woro peculiarly sad. Mr. Condor, Payments in full can bo made on Produce Ohio county boys. having hor lap full of trimmings, in with his wlto and small daughter, May 20, the 10 per cent required Trenton. N. J., April 8. The Poultry Hens 30c; young chicks A. D. LITCHFIELD. Assembly went on record to- with application having beeii duly 35c 45c; roosters 10c. an. effort to ompty them into tho tire, woro walking down the railroad caught her clothing, and boforo It track and while on a trestle we're day as favoring eugenic marriages, paid on or before May 10. Paymeut At a recent meeting ot tho board Butter Packing 34c; eggs candled could be extinguished was so badly overtaken by a train. Mrs. Condor passing a bill compelling prospective may also be completed on any Install- 38c. ot school trustees of, the High school burned she died a few hours later. Jumped from the trestlo iu time to candidates for matrimony to submit ment date vltu accured Interest. . ...- - here J. P. Bruner wus elected SuperJust 'boforo sbo died she asked hor oscapo injury, but her husband, In to a physician's examination before O. D. Carson, who has been intendent, Miss Hello Wnlker, of , Prof. h a successful etfort to place tho little a license U issued. Diseased condi- RESOLUTIONS VOTED father; to rock her, Tho with tho American Cooperative Aswas olocted Principal and RY FISCAL COURT sociation, at Reeds In Daviess coun- W. S. Hill, of Coralvo, tfafher gathered the burned body girl safely behind a water barrol, tions revealed by the examination ot Assistant Prin arms, and while she made a standing on the ends of the tle3,was candidates under the selective service in ty, for some time, has been assigned cipal. Teachers for the grades were slug "Nearer My Oyd .struck by the train and killed Instaut- - law is responsible for the proposed feeble effort to The high esteem la whjch County to the brauch ot the Association not elected at tho meeting mention legislation, Farm Demonstrator W- - W, Browder here. To Thee," expired. The child was My. ed. d ln doath-dpallnnt i,i.' """"" ' i of-th- J - ar , t leg-wa- I to-da- y. 'orded ge ' V 't .... t- $1,-20- 0. -- "r Sk New-Jerse- y Mor-gautow- n, heart-brok-e- ki fact Is that those division? are not CIRCUMSTANCES SEND distinctly marked and there arc many THE places where two or more races have INNOCENT TO PRISON VET conflicting claims. The question of BUT PEACE IS NOT Is one of those that the new Poland peace now. President Is delaying Wilson laid It down that Poland must to the sea, hut the only Warning Case For Juries have'nn Peace Envoys Parley War way thisoutlet bo gained Is by taking Holding Power can Clouds Rise Again territory from Germany. The latest Over Life proposition Is to give tho Poles a 'corOn Horizon 6? miles wide leading north to ridor' the Baltic sea, along the valley of the Oneonto, Ala., Have you ever Vistula. ThLt would give to Poland Federal Judge Evans, at Louis- the Important German port of served on a murder Jury? lias Just decided that the Danzig. Moreover. It would sepa ville, Have you ever held the life of nn war ended with tho signing of the rate East Prussia from Germany. It accused murderer in the hollow of armistice Nov. 11, 1018. But In Is likely that this Is Just what the al- your hand? anlte of this solemn pronouncement, lies are planning for, but naturally Have you over found utility of prepeace still refuses to materialize. No Germany doesn't tike to be carved up meditated murder a fellow human bebody can read tho future, but the that way. It was In this providence ing? prospects are omnlous. Hostilities of Hast Prussia that the Hohenzol- So'iio day you may be called upon between the allies and tho Germans lern Huns originated, and It would to do this. ceased Nov. 11 but It Is now going on !ie a fitting punishment to have tho And when you ctv, I beg of you ! live months since then and very little province lopped off. that you it'll remember the case of prelnler raderewski, of Poland. Bill Wition progress toward actual peace has been inn do. Tho Huns were master- - gives warning that there will ue no Th;? ir the lutim.t.y In his case. fill when they laid down their arms peace unless the allies erect a power Suppose f jl'f'iiiom ir. that you are last November. They could hardly ful Poland which will stand as a bar- the Jut- & vell) tre evidence. liave survived another winter ot war, rier to prevent tae Huns from exW. K Wilson, belter known fa 1ml they know that they were leavploiting "the endless supply of labor Hill" Wilson, lived with his wife. ing the allies In an awkward situa- and raw materials of Bussia." If Jennie, and three children. The; tion and they had lingering hopes Germany once taps these resources were happy and contented Then an that somothlng would turn up during she will still win a victory In peace other man enoi6 the home and sto.tho winter to better their own posi- even though she lint in the war, he Into hts wife's tion and save them from tho pen- says, for she will have at her comThe husband, later on, learned tha alties of their crimes. It would un- mand "the cheap labor of Russia and he had lost his wifo's nffei-tloami doubtedly have been much better if China and she will thus dominate that the other man had g lined then tho allien had Insisted on fighting the tho world, slnco the highly pnlfl lahe "I tho.ight of the ihi.dreu, war to a finish and dictating peace In bor ot America and other allied coun- home, and Mill ii.-i- l he-- " WlVon of tries will not be able to compete with testified. "So I nnd Vienna, instead Uerlln to'' her .n..iy Irom stopping halt way. The Teutons her." thore, thinking tn-- t dlM mre :niglit ' any-TH- E o were able to withdraw the'lr armies B t th otliui make a difference. taste, dizziness man followed. Tuft me' ig In. i.r.l they had not been llcR-cnnd boast that Bad breath, bitter St "he who fights and runs away and a general "no account" feeling Is often. Then I knew th- -t tVr? w.i Iftny live to fight another day." and a sure sign of a torpid liver. Her-bin- o l ihl'ig eUe to d . j. Un ih.i. " needed. It is the medicine that was what they counted on. It Now the evidence goos to show is true that the allies have laid down makes the liver active, vitalizes the that Wilson and his two older chilvery rigorous military terms to the blood, regulates the bowels and re dren moved to Oneonto, staying with defeated enemies. The old Teuton stores a fine feeling ot energy ana his brother on a farm. He said nothdominated by tho gen- cheerfulness. Price 60 cents. Sold ing to neighbors about his wife and m the baby. eral staff ,is being broken up; the by Ohio County Drug Company. m Teuton armies are to be limited in To him teat was a clo id chapter size and tho Teuton munition plant's THE KM) OF THE TF.AU,. of life. arc also to be kept under control; He did. hovever, go to the countj L. V. Kelly. the Teuton navies and aircraft have sent and file suit for divorce, alleging been surrendered. In short the al(Our Dumb Animals.) Three years after the didesertion. lies have tried to think of every posThe rabbits were back and the vorce was granted him Wll.-o-n mar1NCOBPOIIATKD sible way of tying the hands of these lynxes were living high. It was so ried another woman. enemies. The Teutons have not been easy to creep along on great, Find Bone Half Burled. pounce beaten, in the sense that they see feet and Two boys were roving the wood.--' bun their errors and repent of them; on some unsuspecting snow-sho- e near Oneonto. They came upon two their only regret i? that their meth- ny that had paused in fancied securi n skeletons, one that ot an ods did not succeed, and if they had ty beneath some forest shelter, it adult, the other of a small child. Run a chance they would try the same was so pleasant to run them down in j ning to town the boys told of their things over again. Just as soon as the brush and catch them as they discovery, and everybody flocked the peace treaty is a completed thing doubled In quivering fear. It was through the woods. they will begin to .look for loopholes more pleasant yet to follow the trail case of MARK YANK GRAVES huh wore encouraged ny til" govern Hurriedly the old citizens went convicted on tho strongest present ment to increase their ncreago tc in It which they can take the advan- and then dive beneath the deep, loose over roll call ot missing persons. circumstantial evidence ever the They will make friends snow at the exaot spot and pluck tage of. There was ,t, sting I'lace Of Fiitlen Heroes meet government demands havo now ed to an American court. ".Murdered I" they cried in unison; been stranded by tho government! with the Bolsheviks in Bussla and forth a quaking meal of tenter rabbit chain of Itc'iiig IlrglMcriMl. "of course; if they hadn't been mur- absolutely no loophole in the while purchases of beans and baje'Oj' together or elsowhere and they will partridge. testimony against him. Jury, judge dered they would have been burled are being made from Japanese growl ... :i00 million population in eastern EuA handsome tabby lynx slipped like in the graveyard. ami supremo conn Kour lh0UKiml moIl ot Ul0 A. E. p. , on and to exploit for In- a rope to draw ghost from the black d "Guilty iieyonu reasonauie uuuui. are now engaged in the registration! And then they remembered that Speaking also for the returning sol dustrial and military purposes. Dr. forest to the sunlit snow-sho- o trail Bill Wilson's first wife hadn't been of and search for the graves of Amer- diem. Senator Dornburg. who was a German agent and passed down the lighted way Johnson declared thai Trimbles. For Billions icans who died in battle. teen since the night in 1909 when "ask only Justice nnd work am in ibis country early in the war, has where the frost crystals sparkled and To promote aOionlthy action of the' The work of seeking the resting jthoy she aud the baby disappeared and Iget neither." The other grea firobj recently said that as Germany has the ermine laden fir branches bent in Bill took the other two children to llvor and correct the disorders caused places ot American heroos is being loins confronting the nation, such oj been blocked in tho west she must eraceful festoons beneath the bur- his brother's home. Suspicion widen- by bllllousness. Chamberlain's Tab undertaken by the section of graves the restoration ot business to norma turn to the east to fulfill her destiny den. She crossed the trail of a ed and deepened. lets aro excellent. Try thorn and see registration, which Is directing Its ef- channels, unemployment and unrest of conquest. Now spring Is here and prowling coyote and thon noticed Bill Wilson's honeymoon was inter- how, oulckly they give you n relish Tor forts so us to be able to designate tho j In many cities and the activity of for: a new year Is opening up, giving rise where a mighty moose had ploughed rupted by the arreat on a charge of your food and banish that dull and grave of every Amorlcan should Con elgn agitators, aro all neglected, th to new hopes and schemes in the his way through three foot of snow. in gress authorize the return of the wilful aud premeditated murder. stupid feeling. senator said, while the chief official minds or these cunning enemies. They She paused hungrily when two spruce bodies of tho fallen. That was three years after his first of the government remain abroad. are beginning to threaten that they partridges whirred from their beds In wife's disappearance. Tireless seeking for Identification SI.KKriXO SICKXKSS Be Amerfrmis Flr.st. will not accept the terms laid down tho snowbank and sought safety in "She wont away, he said. "I don't TAKKS TOM, OK I.IVKS tags marks the dally task ot the men Following Is Sonator Johnson', and they are using bolshevlsm as a the upper branches of a tall ever- know where. I am sure that she of the graves registration section. statement: club with which to intimidate the al- green tree. went with her lover." Washington. April 5. One hun- They set out on their solemn mission "It's time for Americans to awake lies. "While the peace conference at She went farther afield. Hunger "Then why didn't yon take the oth dred and eighty-thre- e cases of "leth equipped with pick, shovel nnd gas Five months have passed since th' Paris should have been working that was growing with the rising sun. A er child?" he was asked. argic oncophalltls," or sleeping sick- mask. Sometimes they pry down in- armistice, since we did the Job to" night and day on tho vital task of penetrating and seductive odor crept "Because she said it wasn't mine; ness, with 14 deaths arc reported In to the ground for tho Identity of tho which America entered tho war. FIV' establishing peace at the earliest up the wind and reached her sensitive other man was it's father." the United States by the United dead warrior, sometimes they ferret months now after the end ot the wa moment, it has been using up nostrils. It was a nwre faint sug- that the dugIdentify Skleton. States Public Health Service today. Into the recesses of discarded we have a million nnd a half men i precious time going into all tho gestion ot something desirable and The trial proceeded. The boys told Tho reports up to March 29 as ap- outs and sometimes they clear away Frnnce and Germany. It has becom league ot nations .die faced tho breeze to Seek further of tho find some among tlte states are as the brush ot the forest to a reproach in many quarters, now t plan. Peaco has been sidetracked information, licking her Jowls, moan-tim- of finding the skeletons. Doctors said portioned trace of the victims of battle. they were the bones of a woman and follows: think In terms of America for Amerii and delayed In order to give a clear in anticipation of some pleas-.n- g Kach cemetery where Americans cu flr.st. It's tlmo to cry a halt.'! Cases Deaths a baby. Folks who knew said tho Tight of way to tho league special. realization. Proceeding a short missing wife and child were of the Alabama 1 0 have been burled Is fully plotted on mako It respectable to be Atne . And tho result Is that tho time is go- distance she spied tho body of a maps. The graves reglsteratlon serv. 1 0 heights Indicated by tho skeletons. Connecticut again." ing by and wo btill have neither tho fresh-kille- d partridge, temptingly Ice Is now extending every energy to 0 BUI Wilson said ho hadn't heard Georgia league nor peace. Every day's de- torn. The intoxicating smell of alnse complete tho burying, marking, re0 70 Do You Sleep Well? lay is u benefit to tho Teutons, nnd which had first attracted the animal. of his first wife and that child slnco Illinois cording aud classifying of the heroic 1 3 To bo at his best a man must Iowa longer tho peaco is put off tho was heavier than ever, and mixed as that night. the 1 0 Americans. for Kentucky i drtb InslsH.i'. It v..h mil sound, refreshing sleep, Who! more obsticales aro placed in Its way. it was with the scent or fresh blood o 0 14 a woman and tri-wakeful nnd restless at night he Is IP leme town Louisiana i. and most disturbing It brought quick action Tho latest and meat 1 When ou navo Backacho tho liver no condition for work or buslnofj being jCii Massachusetts is tho seizure ot tho gov The lynx leaped froely and hungri- without prosecutor or kidneys aro sure to bo out of gear. Curing the day. Wakefulness Is of;, 1 0 cloed the caso New Hampshire The ernment of Hungary by the Bolshevik ly, and as her great feet struck the Try Sa'nol, it doos wonders for the 1 1 plea for Justice de- Now Jersey llvor, kidneys and bladder A trial ten caused by Indigestion nnd constl elements and tho virtual declaration scattered feathors'beneath tho stark ivith a brilliant 4 50 manding Junishmont In its most so- New ' York 50c bottlo will convlnco you. Get It pntlon, and is quickly relieved of war against tho allies. Ordinarily body ot the bird the snow was rent 46-1 2 at tho 'drug storo Chamberlain's Tablets. Try a dosj Importance in his- asunder and ateel Jaws clamped dove voro form for the murder of tho wife North Carolina datuB have small 1 1 Ohio and child. of theso tablets and see how muc tory but tlw are tlni3s .vlion thoy on on big foro paw. SHNATOIt .lOHN'SON SAYS 0 3 "We, the jury, u:n the defendant South Carolina bettor you feel with a clear head ang ja equinox faugiit. are significant. Tho Sho tugged and snarled and TIMH NOW I'OIt ACTION good digestion. 1 4 )1 guilty ot murder in the first degree," Tennossee u turning-poin- t in tlto year The A heavy drag of wood, fastened to thi 2 25 groat iin.il drive trap by hampered her and the Judge sentenced Bill Wilson Virginia launched their short chain, Washington, April 4. Senator 1 ' 2 penitentiary for life. Texas in Franco on March 21, 101 S ney offorts very much, though sho made to tho W. Johnson, of California, In n HOW CAM YOU TELL YOUR Appeals to lusher courts failed to !ntldoutly counted on pushing Uib some progress and' left a wldo trail statement toduy, called on tho Amorl-ca- n 11 183 and Bill Total FAVORITE TOBACCO? r to a victorious finish Lint imin-m-- r, In iloli.g It. Aftei she had struggled change the coure of law, pooplo to "wako up." Surgoon-Gonerstripes, Blue suggests they camo within u l;'i!r'a a mile sho beard a fulnt whoop In tho Wllion wan thrust into prison and Tho senator doclarod It is tlmo to oumps to that state health officer mako leth breadth of doing It. On Match 21 hated human tones. Though v and ultornated from convict on Your) argic encophalltls roportublo, .so that got back to tho Idoa that it is As Plsin as the year they launched a new of- spurred bur on she did not know tluu life cell. That lasted 17 months. this IIo deto bo Amorlcan." Then one day a relative of the the study of tho dlseaso may bo Face Just Omsil U fensive, this tlniH on tho onutern It was the glad yoll of tho trapper Ho states that tho Uultod plored tho tendency to forsako tho man," missing too, got a let- In tha bliupo of this found bis trap aprung and a "other who had front. tha Using woman. States Public Health Service- is still settlement of American probloms nnd It Is undot.nood that In Hungary. trail left to follow. She tor from Jennie, heardn. not luv" to nut lobaca about it, and undecided us to whether tho sleeping to put them aside for "world dreams.' in Smokers do tj ilrid out if th v lik it Wilson's alitor their jiim-.- t tho Germans plotted to bring ihuut heard u crunching and a macklliif, finally located "Lot's bo Americans again," Is the They can just rub tin toba-c- o between EuJennie at Britland. slcknoas of tho typo provident In iblk coup. Thiilr purpose W to on- - In tho undorbruah and then u maj rope States. clarion cry In Senator Johusou's ap- the palms of their hm.Js l smell it oourago anarchy and mako tho al on burst upon hor. Sho ind. Tho 'murdered woman hadn't Until-al- has reached tho Unitedreport Tho noso b un infallible guido to smok prison for it peal to tlio people. Wilson was In the health officers lies bullovo that ir they make tho scroninod in pain and foar and rag" hoard that Tho sonator rotorred to the absonso ing enjoyment. hor "death." She came back to Ono-ou- will not be possible, ho adds, to All smoktiij; tobaccos employ sonv peace tonus sovoro It will romilt In while tho man advanced swift', and the machinery of tho law whether the figures now in Europe of the President, tho secre- flavorimr "to improve tho llavour ani ostnbllshlng Bolshevik regimes hi swinging a heavy club. tary of state, tho secretary of tho na- burning qualities of tho leaves", ti slowly, give a true picture of tho Tho aim ot tho almany countries. Today hor warm coat protects the reversed iteslf, gradually and prison available alleged prevalence of "lethargic en- vy and the prospective departure ot quote th') Encyclopaedia Hritannical drawing tho now map ot Eu- nock and shoulders ot a pretty girl. ondlng with the release from lies, In is considerable tflllcr the secretary of war. IIo used this Naturally, ihero of flavorings stripes and cells of Bill WJlson. Tho cophalltls." in thu kind used, ant rope, Is to fix things so thutthoro will phrase In commenting on the anoma- enconosiuiuieklydetecta this difference wiped the murder stain from the A mun tells of a country editor law also be a chain ot strong and independent lous situation In which the nation TUXEDO Tobacco uses tho turest acthought to square Jiatlons to act as buffers between tho who started out poor 20 yeara ago his name, and most wholesome, and delidou3 vr al now finds Itself: a disturbing elements. These buffer and has now retired with a corafort-ubl- o counts with him by handing him flavorinsp chocolate. And th ulmos Under Foreign Influence. ot $00,000. Tht3 money tew paltry dollars. l!I:inC for fortune Htatos tiro mainly Poland, Czechgovernment hov universalexplains chocolate in u grea "Our commuting For Infants and Children while hearing the false brand But measure tho widespread popu and Rumania, was acquired through industry, econoslovakia, Jugo-Sluvl- a ers arouud European capitals, bask- larity of TUXEDO Tobac--o- . to re- omy, conscientious efforts to give full of Cain Wilson's second wife turned In Use For Over Years ing lu tho sunlight of foreign edula-tlo- n. oareiuuy ageu, om istincy v cqcj nut It Is not no easy as It looks She, too. believed that Always bears draw a political map. Though tho value, Indomitable perserverance and against him. give puis u uuau oi pure cuocoia wife sZ&Jnl-S-- r. TUXEDO Tobscjo n puw JuVanc the principal was laid down that tho new the death ot un uncle who left the he was a murderer ,the slayer of said that in CaliSenator Johnson your noie ran oulckly distinguish froi baby. She divorced hint. Signature of ' 'VKvCt' City and Kansas boundaries should follow tho dlvli o'dltor '$49,999.50. fornia the bean and barley growers any other tobacco. Try it and om That's the story ot Bill Wilson, Jon between the different races, the; Times. WAR HAS ENDED SEE If You TJS it K, For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. :ll In fact, we are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. - BLANK DEEDS, MORTGAGES &c., IK STOCK. have something to SELL or thing to ADVERTISE try an ad" in HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. d; war-machi- ne Hartford Printing Company HARTFORD, KENTUCKY half-hidde- I deep-bosom- ... j gray-dapple- pos-plb- le ram-ficatio- ns e, r. 4- I f- yr 1 tier-Hut- III-ra- m . lo fncl-llt.itti- d. Sta A'oU-mark- n.-r- l to CASTO R f A 30 S7 vrpw 300,000,000 PEOPLE FACING DEADLY PERIL . Best Old records rcvonl tho story of mankind a succession of such civilizaJWSr- I should tions rising and crumbling. rrcemont, O. "I was passing through the critical By Charles Edward )luitell. period vt life, being forty-si- x think that f wo aro not ready to take years of ugo and had all London, April 5. A recent issue the symptoms incident to that change heat flashes, , (Tli .loti-- Publicist nnd Sociologist, n chance on the downfall of this one, of the Frankfurter Znltung gives nervousness, and was in a general run down condition,; Who Has Kpcently Hoturned From now Is tho time to forget everything promluonco to an important article by 60 it was bard for me to do my work. Lydia E. I'inlc-barn- 's a cortnln Major I'nulus else except tho saving of it. Europe.) the first j Vegetable Compound was recommended to me as the best remedy for my troubles,whlch it Burcly proved plain admission by a German military New York, April 6. Food or chaos be. I feel better nnd stronger in every way since to that, in plain terms, In the situaCatarrh Cannot Be Cured writer that the German armies were taking it, and tho annoying symptoms have disaption In pr.xtlcally nil of Europe cast with LOCAL. AMPLICATIONS, ai they beaten in tho field last autumn, and peared," Mrs. M. Gouken, 025 ifapolcon St., Fremont, cannot reiicli tho scat of tho disease. that there can be no question what-- ! Help, or havo anarOhio. of the ItliJnc Cntorrli is a lo nl disease, rrcatly Inchy fluenced by constitutional conditions, and ever attributing the Gorman collapse North ITaven, Conn. "Lydla E. Pinkham's VegetaIn order to euro must tnko an to any but military causes. Come with organised relief on a lntfrn.il remedy. It you Catarrh ble Compound restored my health after cvcrytbSngclse o Hall's Is taken Internally nnd acts thru bod failed when passing through change of life. Thero it has not been sufficiently appro-- i Bcalo .1' vOr known before coma with tho blood on tho mucous tho is nothing like it to overcome tbo trying symptoms," bread nnd meat and clothes for mil- sjttcrn. Hall's Cntnrrli surfaces of was elated that this Is the real Issue In Medlclno Mrs, L"loi:e.nci:.1:ella,Box 197, North Haven, Conn. of lions and then millions, or face tho prescribed by ono for tho best physicians t!e rin mi affairs, that it Is tho real isIn this country years. It Is comcertainty of terrlblo distress over vifst posed of tome cf the best tonics known, sue which German politicians of alSt&' tho best r glons of populous territory and tho combined wlt'i soma of combinationblood most every color nre seeking to avoid, purifiers. The perfect or the In Hall's and that tho course of Gorman Interpossibility of n storm that will shake cine Ingredients product's Catarrh Medihat such voD.k-ilu- l In tho whole structure of modern soele-t- y resultslin catarrhal conditions. Send for nal devclopcmcnts and German politestimonials, free. cy very and, maybe, shnkc It down. FJ,i CE.NV & CO.. Props., Toledo. O. (ucstlon largely depends upon the Drupxlsts. 7f,c. whether tho truth can be Any one who talks about things as Hall's Family Pills for constipation. OTi-hammered Into the German people. really aro in Europe .today will m German Conservatives say that the Deem to the uninitiated an alarmist or MATED IJV PAHHNTS military collapse was duo to tho revoan exagerator This Is because the IIEl'OHE HOKN lution; other parties say that it was world has never faced such a situadue to the blocknde; almost all partion, nnd has nothing In Its experience New York, April 4. A ties rely upon tho fact that the allies tf&nse comparison on. cff and but recently remembered offered to make peace on terms in1 can only assure you that no ono dream of Andrew Carnegie, tho steel stead of pressing the military In the last few weeks has been In defeat king, will be fulfilled when bis Paris and heard there the reports daughter, Jiiss Margaret Carnegie, to the point of unconditional surrenLYDIA E.PINKHAM MEDICINE CO. LYNN. MASS. der. Thus tho whole future is menfrom Eastern Europe will think this who took out a marriage license to- aced by the legend of tho undefeated forecast of coming trouble oxtrnva-Kan- t. day with Ensign Koswoll 1. Miller, Germnn army. U. S. N., weds tho young officer. Begins at Beginning. Eupeople in Of the 400,000. Miss Carnegie, who gave her nge as CASHING W. S. STAMPS. Mnjor Paul us begins from tho fact rope it is likely t it: oOO.OOo 000 nre 22, was burn of a lute marriage, for that when Ludendorff, at tho end of now approaching trie line of nrutc the grent did not marry September, called upon Pinched by the high cost of living Prince Max dtrtltutlon, or are already upon It Louis Whitfield, tho heiress' mother, of Baden to ask for an armistice, tho holders of It, Stamps aro or over until he was 52. More than a score of German army was retreating to a line In some parts of Austin-Hungarcashing them in at the Louisville years beforo his marriage, when Mr. Antwerp-BrusselDIcdcnhofen-MctSilesia and Hohcniia starvation has Carnegie, as a hired Rockport has a picture gallery and is postofflco, at a rate of $20,000 a day, ninn In n PittsHo proceeds to demonstrate that cither begun or Is close at hand. prepared to make what you want burg steel mill was known ns "Andy," from tho moment when Ludendorff which is more than the entire reif thero Is nclthnr peace nor securi- tho young workmnn, then 30, was ceipts of tho postofflco according to Busts, Full Forms and Family Groups, Antwerp-Met- z was forcctl to retire to an ty In Germany fed, wbnt will be the chatting with Postmaster J. Allen Leathhis bosom friend, KosCopying and Enlarging. Bring m$ lino ho was beaten, "and finally Assistant orditions In Garmany starving woll Miller. They ers. had formed a your Kodak Work to Finish. In much of Turkey tho state of the strong friendship during the Civil beaten." The truth was that the line Theso are not only stamps sold nt In with peoplo Is described as appalling War, Miller having fought as n lieu- Its tho Louisville office, but at 1 e' "shoulder" at Hhclms, was a Constantinople there is acute famine tenant In tho 3rd New York Artillery, all over tho state, which may front, resulting from tho fall-tir- o among all the poor. Ilcports from Money to meet this and young Carnegie working In the of tho original Germnn attack In be cashed hero. the camps of 1,000,000 Russlan-pris-oncr- s office of the superintendent of mili- 1914 and drain has been advanced tho local the Incomplete success of postofflco. still In Germany and Bohemia tary tolegraphs. Jeffre's counter-attacJust like Ca- nre of a nature not to be printed In under this head. .Americans being "Give Her To My Hoy." This rate of cashing stamps has GERMANY MUST PAY dorna's position on the Isonzo, the been in effect for a newspaper I can only hint at them A SUM IN PENSIONS covered by the Americans' Insurance several months, Mr. The two men were looking over line held for years and did not show by saying no such stories have been some steel system. rails ordered by Miller, its weakness until the enemy had suf- Leathers said, and tho problem probtold of civilized men, except of parParis, April 4. Pensions to disthen a railroad contractor. A be- ficient strength seriously to menace ably will be taken up at a conferties of desparing castaways in tho ence of postmasters from seventy-fiv- e dizened young woman flounced by, abled soldiers and for widows and the flank. largest cities of tho United orphans will be included in the bill IF YOUR SHOES and Carnegie, glancing at her, rePaulas thinks that tho Ludendorff of the Starving men loe all reason nnd marked to his friend: by the Postmaster Gen- to Germany for reparation. , The otfensive of March-Jul191S, had a States called We who are comfortable restraint eral at Washington and which Post- Peace Conference leaders have decid"Boss, if I ever get married and preventive character. In any caso and well fed always overlook this have a daughter, I'm not going to let master Ernest T. Schmidt has gone ed that such relief to individuals for NEED REPAIRING fact; yut fact It remains. Europe is her grow up to be a doll. Shu is go- strategic effect was finished when to attend. Fifteen or twenty ot the losses and sufferings during the war effect was finished when Lunow likely to havo to deal with it in ing to know something about maklargest uiajiers In the country also will bo a proper charge under the Havo it done right. Tho right dendorff had no moro troops to throw stern fashion. For just at tho time ing her home." will bo nt the meeting. armistice provisions way Shoe Repairing Co., of Beaver In.. When this situation arose it was when whole countrysides are threatStamps problem The "And if I ever have a boy, Andy," The reparation of losses to the ciened with death, the agitations of the responded Miller, "I hope ho marries not the fault of the peoplo at home in is said to be facing the government vilian population will constitute a Dam does it that way. I am their here. Bring your Ilolshcvikl and devilish enorgles of that girl of yours ,or some one like Germany. When the Ludendorff of- In many other cities besides Louis- very considerable proportion of the representative tho anarchists are at their worst. her; because he Is going to earn his fensive was lost the situation of 1914 ville. Louisville Times. shoes to tho barbershop and I will $50,000,000,000, the amount of the Give to desperate, starving, frantic own living and know how to do it recurred, and now Ludendorff had no reparation bill as now approximately forward them to Beaver Dam for.you. " alternative to tho appeal for an men, the promise of plenty that the with his own hands." Whooping Cough. In the case of Great Bri- This saves you the trouble. Rememestimated. armistice. Ilolshevlki always hold out, and what Twelve years after his marriage, i tain tho pension bill will probably ber, at the Barber Bhop. It is an entire mistake to suppose shall wo expect them to do with it. Margaret came to brighten thu home Give Chamberlain's Cough Remedy constitute tho largest item of the toD. T. SMITH, What recently happened at Munich of Andrew Carnegie, then C years of that tho lino from Antwerp to Metz to keep the cough loose and oxpector-tio- n tal claim. It is understood that th,e ought to show us plainly enough If ago. He is now SC and she is 22, could have been held. Neither flank Hartford, Ky. easy. It Is excellent. in United States will not lodge any claim 40t2 wo have any doubt on the subject, yet thoy are chums and have been was secure. In the North tho Dutch rinchfng bellies had a grent doal since she could lisp and toddle about frontier left no room for any retreat which would not bo a catastrophe. In more to do with that outbreak of the room. tho center Verdun provided a posimadness than tho machinations of the Tnuglit to Cook nod Sew. tive invitation to break through tho reactionaries. With never a thought of the dreain mi Germnn line. The lino from Dlcdcn-hofe- n Suppose that a hundred million ho and his friend Miller bad voiced to Metz was already outflankpeoplo in Europe got Into tho des- many years ago, Andrew Carnegie perate state of mind of tho people of and his wife, who shared his demo- ed when tho St.Mihlcl bend was lost Munich, and what would come of It? cratic views about making a real Tho whole southern front was a Of all tho Germans the Bavarians American woman of tho glrbwho will mountain front, full of disadvantages nro by tradition the loast given to inherit such part of the ironmaster's and also much too close to tho Ilhlne violence and the most to order and $300,000,000 as ho has not given to be held stubbornly without risk And hero, under pressure away. She was taught to cook and of a catastrophe Above all, tho railmethod way system did not serve for adeof this fearful thing, they, too, seem sew and clean house. When she first quate movement of reinforcements to to cat of the insane root and fo forth wont to school nt tho ago of 1C she destroying, murdering and burning. know far moro about housekeeping any threatened part. "Ludendorff tho politician proved '$ Even at tho best, even in countries than most, young women know when LMioro there is no starvation, men can they marry. She could market nnd stronger than Ludendorff tho militak plainly enough tho signs of un mnko clothes and tho miniature ry commander," said Major Paulus. it nnd profound dissatisfaction. Ho apartment sho set apart In tho Carne-gl- o "His strategy stuked everything In policy of confavor of a mansion at 2 East 91 St., for her quest. list havo read history with his eyes, That was the hour of Luden-dorff- 's not with his intelligence, that bpeclal use and experimentation had fid fate and end, and the hour of does not know theso things are in been finished and and re guilt and tho guilt of William II. by her, until it was perfect. his fectious. arranged Whether Ludendorff would have year ago, if Andrew l S. Only Can Sac. ono gloAbout alost his recollection Cnrne- - dono best to employ thoso 1,500,000 of his hud In this great circle thero Is but soldiers against tho Macedonian mon- nation In the world that is in any po- long ago dream, dame nature stopped nco to Austria and Bulgaria, or to em may In to remind him. Margaret Carnesition to furnish tho relief that ploy them on tho western front is a savo tho stuatlon. That is tho Unit- gie was a school friend of tho sister question of secondary Importance. 's of Ho3well P. Miller, son of Mr. ed States. It alono has tho food, the Where Liidendoiff Fnllctl. old chum. Ho had beon drivtextiles, tho ships, the money to savo "In any caso, Ludendorff failed at dlssas-to- r. ing an ambulance in France, but retho world from an illimitable this decisive hour because be missed turned to take service in the Amerionly opportunity which tho for- can navy. Ho and Margaret Carno-gl- o tho It rests with us Americans whether une of the moment throw into his lap formed even a stronger attach11 wo shall grasp the situation and rise securing in all circumstances tbo ment than had existed between the of Blossom Time in to It. military success which had been his There is no help in any other quar- fathers. Sliq was just tho kind of hitherto. His strategic movement on The keen appreciation and deep respect so freely ter. Wo may as well understand girl young Carnegie, the mill hand, k was wrong, and such that. It Is America or nothing. Wo had promised Millar sho should bo. mistakes are, according to Clausewitz expressed by over 600,000 Overland owners is an. havo in the United States a pleasant The attachment ripened into love and and Moltke, in most cases irrepara' . Overland asset of priceless value. Model 90 by its and hopeful feoling that tho war is finally Ensign Miller asked Andrew; ble." easy riding qualities, economy, sturdiness, and deall ovor and done with; democracy la Cameglo for his daughter's hand. Paulus declares that Ludendorff eafe and the world is sliding back to Then it was the ironmaster remem- and tho kaiser, "owing to insufficient pendable performance, constantly widens the circle tho good old grooves in which it trav- bered tho dream of ovor halt a cen- military ability or will," aro entirely of Overland friends and perpetuates Overland eled so unctiously in the years before tury ago and told about It. responsible for the German disaster. m thing came upon us. prestige. The enthusiasm of owners is your safest' this udds; Surgeons agree that in cases of Ho As a matter of fact, tho work of "We need not discuss tho question buying guide. America for tho world was no moro Cuts, Hums, Bruises and Wounds tfio whether just such a defeat was not V Js most important. than bogun when it went into tho First Treatment tho lndlspensablo condition which When an ofllcient antlsoptlc Is apwar and sent its troops to France. must precede tbo moral regeneration aro plied promptly, there Is no danger of Democracy and civilisation of tho German people." rrf threatened with a foe oven greater infection and tho wound begins to hoal at once. For use on man or Do you get up at night? Sanol is tlfan tho old German Empire. What Is needed now is not guns nnd sol- beast, llorozoue Is tho Ideal Antisep- surely tho best for ull kidney or bladSanol gives relief in OrtrUiJ Model 90 five P.itttr Touii Cm 8J J U o. b. Tok it diers, but wheat, corn, cotton, seeds, tic and Healing Agent. Buy it now der troubles. all Come to our store backache and bladand bo ready for an emergoncy. Price 24 hours form clothes. der troubles, Sanol is a guaranteed doubt 20c, ooc, i.uo ana ji.ov. sold by remedy. COc and 1.00 a bottlo at :liin.. im. mi. .1... mil. ii..uui.mitiiiui..iii.wu.t..it..tmanijnuiiinuni.. mrr u. ..I'uiinumiiUIHUli. ill wm.i.Ji ( ftere is not tbo slightest t c ,tn r usH ,r mtcxl mesa T4 lust mr-- i ml i f ual n in the druc Btore, 4C-nation that furnished one I.Ohlo County Drug Co. tbi (JXbv Qhost Of Starvation Walks Amid The Alarmed Populace . -- . i kind of relief can furnish another, A GERMAN OFFICER but to furnlMi It 110,000,000 peoplo, thousands of miles nwny from the TELLS OF HUN DEFEAT scone, must come to know how fearful is the need nnd how critical Is the hour. And enn they do that? iiiuwurnjvuan.il to us how frag- In War a i0, nftor all, Is tho social house 111 German Pride wo have lived with so much Punctured By which Draw pom)). Middle Womeiv, Aged VL Major Are Here Told the Remedy for Their Troubles. - fcledl-cln- la Stssrik" Cuse LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S l.).; long-forgott- VEGETABLE COMPOUND ffd &ir $k (gfestest g fts & ffegtett War-Savin- iron-mast- er s- z. LOOK HERE! . post-offic- es 'coin-romis- ADAMS, ILcDOl3LIOrt, JESjy. ar-tl- c. y, Lu-teg- lc War-Savin- gs 1 m ' I pan-Germ- Car-neglo- "Apple an Overland " Brest-Lltovs- i Hartford Motor Co. KENTUCKY HARTFORD, I -a yr 5rtW'W 'Bf ' Wii" g pj'rv pv MWjffipff fTlie Hartford Republican Incorporated I'litilisIitMl Weekly by HARTFORD PRINTING COMPANY Editor JOHN HENRY THOMAS W. B. TIXSLEY, Assocln(o Editor find Rusliicss Manager. Entered nccordlng to law nt the Fostomce, Hartford, Ky., ns mall matter of the second class. all communications The Hartford Republican. Address to Labor eat years for our farmers. ,as Indeed enjoyed high wages, but .ibor spends Its Income. The farm-tr- s have made money and saved It, ind arc now In n more prosperous ondltlon than ever beforo In tho wuntry's history. Another harvest car Is ahead of them, nnrt they liould produce to the limit, Europe an not feed Itself again this year tnd will have to draw heavily upon food supplies. Rut this Vmerlcan nny he the last of the farmers' hardest years and they should not neg-.ethe opportunity to mako the best it it. ct LOCAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS When you do your Houso Cleaning and repairing and find that you arc In need of a nlco plcco of furnl-tur- o see the furnlturo dealers for your wants. ACTON linos. 40t2 Noel, Messrs. Sam Gaines, Dick Dr. Clarence DeWeese, John Mason and Hod Whittlnghlli, of Kordsvllle, where in this Issue of the Republican. M THINGS WORTH KNOWING. 1- - NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Ic looked V r n.nny weeks ilAslrlnc the nflPer sent like the met- was made up lt tun to a new address roust give tho old J an;l i '.erry. i entrl es of Rl.tck, Carroll uddress ih making tho Jlusiness Locals and Notices 10c1 it wa? n.iU"fi?ood that Stauio..' whs ,per line, and 6c per lino for addltlon-- behind the Cherry candidacy, but Insertion. Beckham and Haley, now stW. to be Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards -- , money In ad- 3stTangcd, had not been heard from. of Thanks, 5c per line, Then came tie candiJicv of Tom vance. CnTirch Notices for services free, lthea, of nussellvllle, with Beckham but other advertisements, Be per line. backing. Now comes Haley, the MasAnonymous communications will ter Mechanic of the Democratic mareceive no attention. chine, with Mnjor Denharl. of BowlHaley is evld.ui'ly hoping ing TELEPHONES. However, to win ivitii a war he i 13 so far th"!.e seems to be little ro'i-slo- n Cumberland GO Formers Mutual of tho boys overruv.i or over- there, snd the Haley exilinent apAPIUL 11 FRIDAY pears a doubtful one. ei,eM-llipr- ' The ;'?! .".tokens in th" Democrat-ImiKhVi or1- - a nomination for c r. gjv-srno- were here Wednesday, to meet the Fiscal court In the matter of the proposed highway between Louisville and Owcnslioro, Cnrllinne Cnrthage Is one of the most famous cities of ancient history. It was founded about S00 U. C, on tho northern coast of Africa, on tho .Medlteranlan sea. A century beforo .he beginning of the Christian era it hnd a population of 700,000 souls. The newer city of Rome, Jealous of Its prosperity, destroyed It nbout the fifth century. Carthago was tho city of Hannibal, one of the world's greatest military generals. Today only lugged ruins mark the spot where once stood the greatest city of antlc-itlt- y. Wirthover $1.00 Waists ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce I. B.'Wason a candidate for Representative of Ohio county, subject to the action of tho Republican party at the primary election August 2, 1919. We are authorized to announce George Baker, of Muhlenburg county a candidate for tho nomination for State Senator in tho 7th Senatorial district, composed of tho counties of Muhlenburg, Butler and Ohio, subject to the action of the Republican party at the primary election, August a. 1919. ' Within the past month the twenty cent road tax has been voted on in Ohio, Hancock, Butler Fayette and After fifty years of service and Hopkins counties, and carried in all direction of the editorial policy of of them except Ohio. Mr. Henry the Courier-Journa- l, editor Emeritus of that pa The great drive fqr the Victory per, has been refused, by the owner, Liberty Loan will open April 21. The by the grace of the Flagler millions, government must have millions to of that once great Journal, space in bring our boys home and it is the its columns. The great editor, whose duty of every citizen, who can do so, name as an editorial writer is world to help swell this needed fund. wide, has done the expected and forever severed his relations with the of Agriculture newspaper he mad,e the boast The Department of forecasts a winter wheat crop of S37,-- i Kentucky and th.o, pride of the nation. ever 000,000 bushels, the largest Mr. Watterson's crime was a criticism ' grown in the country. At the gov- of the Most-Hig- h at Washington. Mr. ernment guaranteed price this crop Bingham, rich in inherited millions will net the growers $1,591,620,000. but poor in newspaper experience, dared to deny the prince of writers After berating senator Lodge for the privilege of voicing an honest his criydsni of the Wilson-draw- n sentiment. But a friendly press sent League of Nations these same Demo- the message to the country and the cratic newspapers are carrying a Lon- Courier-Journa- l, not the veteran edi don dispatch which says "Most of the tor, is the loser in the game. Quarterly meeting at Mt. Hermon revisions suggested by senator Lodge next Saturday and Sunday. Preachhave, been accepted by the peace con The remarkable condition exists ing by the Presiding Elder, Rev. L. K fcrence at Paris." that within almost a year of the date May, at 11 o'clock Saturday and Sunconventions neither day. Business session Saturday at The Democratic press borates the of the national any degree of 2:00 P. M. o'clock. Election of DeleRepublican party for tho election of party can point with probability to the personality of its gates to District Conference and othBill Thompson as mayor of Chicago, For er important matters. Let every Ofnominee for the presidency. but had Thompson been defeated this many months it appeared reasonably ficial arrange to lie present A full tame Democratic press would have McAdoo" would report along all lines is very desirabailed his defeat as a Republican certain that backing of the administra- ble. Waterloo and an endorsement of Wil- have tho tion, but his five years control of the son's League of Nations policy. railroads blunder put him out of the On account of personal affairs d" y running. Had the President been manding Fiscal court acted with The bis attention county farm enterprise in making $25,-00- able tp put over his League of Nations demonstrator W. W. itrowder has scheme, as he originally planned it, payable in annual installments his resignation, effective undoubtedly have been a tendered May 1, to the Fiscal court. fo $5000 each, available for the con- he would Tho reBut tho a third term. signation of Mr. Browder is a real struction of a state or federal aid candidate for forty signatures discredited him at road anywhere in Ohio county. Betloss to Ohio county fanning interests. is coming sometime, and homo and abroad, and there tor roads are Ho was honest, industrious, capable probability that his name will it were Just as well to begin iow. and had the interests of the farmers seriously mentioned for reelection. be truly at heart. As a citicu, wo shnil Oen. Jacob Coxey, who featured The Republicans seem no nearer a all regret to lose him. problem than the tho Cleveland administration by lead- solution of tho ing an army of tramps to Washing- Democrats. Senator Harding, of Wo aro advised of the marriage of ton, is preparing for another inva- Ohio, seems just now the gambler's Miss Inu Mae Hardin, formerly of sion of tho capital city. His objec- best guess, but his nomination is by Ohio county, to Mr. Edwin Sullivan, tive this time is tbo Iniativo and Re- no means assured. However, the at Cincinnati. Miss Hardin has boon exercising little anxferendum. Ho lias invited Bryan, Republicans aro a nurse in a private Sanitarium in of their iety about the personnel as the most distinguished advocate of Cincinnati for several months. Mr. these measures, to act as his chief nominee. Tho past two years of and Mrs. Sullivan will visit in Ohio extravlgance and autocracy aide. county soon. They will be accomgive them a feeling of confidence that panied hero by Mrs. Sullivan's sister, Trof. Cherry, of Bowling Green has they can win with just anybody. Mrs. Lula Fulkerson, who has also withdrawn from the raco for the been a nurse at the sanitarium. Democratic nomination for governor, SITE FOR NEW COLLEGE Den-ba- rt AT EVANSVILLK SELECTED leaving lllack, Carroll, Rhea and accounts on There aro no years-ol- d with their hats In the ring. MaEvansvllle, Ind, April' S. Bishop our subscription list now, and there is jor Samuel Wilson,' of Lexington, will not bo nny more. IT you want expected to enter the, race. The great William F. Anderson, of the Methoas a weekindidist Episcopal Church of Conclnnatl the Republican to continue number of candidates entering ly visitor watch tho yellow slip on cates that no'on6 of them is ntcopta-bl- o College that is to be moved bore from your paper, and when your timo exlo'the party 'as a whole. JJet 'em Mooreblll, Ind., met here today with pires send in your renewal, If you three mpmbers of the National Board light. we aro adopting a cash of Education and selected tho slto do not believe Report i from the Versailles potico for the'new school, soventy acres of basis wo can give you a list of flvo Little ground near the city having been hundred witnesses whom wo bnvo .conference aro disquieting. dropped from our mailing list In progress in agreement among the n:i j purchased. yoar. It 'is tlons at interest is Tenoned. The College will bo opened next the past Wilson is con- fall in temporary buildings. The city said that ''resident Dr. T, G. Turner, of Muhlonburg templating wi'ltn-ijin'.ie Amer-ca- n of Evansvllle and the Methodist delegates fio.n tho conference Eplscoual Church of Southern Indi- county, was hero Wednesday In tbo The mattors of dmr,ecnent aro not ana raised one million dollars to Interest of his candidacy Tor tho Republican nomination for state senamade public, imp it leaks out that bring the college here. tor. Dr. Turner Is an old timo Reexist, Borluus differences of opinion District Visitor When you are publican, and has been a leader of The conferences aro being conducted behind closed doors, and the only in- tempted to drink think of your wlt his party In bis county for many years. Ho has seen service in tho at borne. formation available is that Visited One Ma'dame, when tho senate, and is fitted for tho public maybe fatal differences exlut. and thirst is' upon me I am absolutely de- service he asks at. the .bands of the people. See b'ls announcement else- past two years have been bar- - void of tear. Tbo Wat-terson, son-in-la- w le 0, now-little tal The issue of the presidential campaign of nest year will not turn upon the League of Nations, but upon the profligate waste of billions of dollars of the people's money by the present administration. No nation in all history has approached tho wild practiced by this country .since its entry into the war. The annual interest charge now will exceed the total nationnl debt before the war. As soon as the new Coninto gress assembles investigation this 'gigantic waste will be made, and the magnitude of unwarranted ex- penditures will startle the country While the nation was in peril the public w.t jf.t'ent, but with payc'av coming it will demand to know how Its substance was spent. and horse power. Call on the Ice Lexington, Ky., as a young man, where ho soon took rank as a lawyer. boy for Ice Cards. .Mr. Clay's legislative service would 39U ELLIS ICE CO. appear remarkable at tho present elected to the state Kentucky Creameries loaded a car time. eggs at Hartford, last week, for legislature in 1S0.1. In 1S0C ho was of appointed to fill out nn unexpired which 35 cents per dozen was paid. cases of thirty dozen term in the United States Senate. He Four hundred was again elected to tho stnto legis each made up the load. This was first car of eggs ever loaded out lature In 180S, and was sent to the the United States Senate to fill out an of Ohio county. other unexpired term. In 1811 he was elected to tho lower houso of We hope our correspondents will congress, and served five terms, most you are wake up a little oftoner. If of which time be was Speaker. Ho out of stationery call or write us for was later sent to tho Senate, where supply. We must have correspondho remained until the time of his ence not later than Wednesday. We His service was unusual in received two communications too late death. that lie served botli in tho Kentucky for uso last week. legislature and tho lower house of congress after ho had servd a part of county, which recently Hancock two terms in the United States senvoted tho twenty cent road tax, Is ate. holding meetings in the magisterial Gerrymander. districts at which, under the superAs used in our political vernacular vision of the Fiscal court, tho citizens gerrymander menus tho act of the of the district arc electing Foremen party in power, in redisricting a dito have charge of the work In the vision in an unequal and unfair mandistricts. ner, in order to give the dominant party an advantage in elections. It Mr. Leonard Wallace, of Sour is strictly legal and yet a very rascal Lake, Texas, renews his aileghiuce ly practice, yet both parties resort to the Republican, expresses good to it as opportunity offers. The word will for tho management,' and was coined in 1S12 when Elbridgo mentions that if we hear of a Jerry was governor of Massachusetts, well digger who Is out of a Job, to put said well digger to work on hi-- , under whom a partisan legislature the state with the most farm, near llosinc. divisions in order to give dominant party a majority in the The board of sueprvisors. in ses- the state legislature. Jerry was sponsor sion last week, mado a number of refor the absurd districting, hence the' ductions in assessments where it apname. peared property had been listed too mm high. The board at Its first session SPOTTED TVPIIl'S IS EPImade raises amounting to between DEMIC IN WESTERN Hl'SSIA I175.000 and $200,000, which was Washington, April 8. Spotted tythe smallest raise made in i:iun phus is epidemic in Ukraine, Poland, years. Serbia, and portions of Western Rusy sia, State Department advices Spocial Easter Service at the Methstate. Because of Its menace to Cenodist church. Those having spocial tral and Western Europe, the Red contributions to make to a service of Cross of Austria has appealed for aid such beauty and pleasure as an Eas from outside Red Cross organizater service are requested to meet at tions. the Church tonight (Friday) and help in tho arranging of the program TO THE VOTEItS OF OHIO t'Ol'NTV and practice. He-was incl-dcntl- y to-da- the Ico delivery Homy Clay. l'rlco and terms statesman This noted Kentucky season. Please jyateh same as last for the wagon and consorve man was a native of Virginia, but came to U'E first day Vlll start of April, I ,.Wty.Hi Just as the name indicates, the Waists arej when judged from every prevailing standard measurement of Waists worth over a dollar. However, as so many folks know we have the inside prices on Waists of all kinds, due to our very friendly intimate wit hthe foremost Blouse makers of America. Just as you can get a better Waist here far better than can be found elsewhere at $1.00, for the e reason you can get incomparably better values at all other prices. self-sam- Is . fc We illustrate one of the two new models in dollar Waists which have just been received. They are just as good as they are good looking, and are warranted to give entirely satisfactory wear. Carson (8L Co. Hartford, Ky. Farming' Implements, Wagons, Buggies. I We Have Them Quality RiEht Prices Right Don't fail to get our prices on any of the following that HT K I come to you as a life long Republican and I can tell you that I have faithfully served tho grand old party ever slneo my first vote, which was cast for U. S. Grant. I am CI years of ago and have practiced medicine in Muhlenberg County 35 years. I served the unexpired term of Dr. James in tho Senato when ho resign ed as IT. S. Marshal and was elected to tbo lower house two years later, in 1900. I have no fight to muke against my opponents, who aro all gentlemen as far as I know. I feel that I am ns well qualified to fill tbo place as any man on the track, and also feel that I can add as much prestige to tho ticket as any of them. Hut if I am defeated this time it will be too lato when it comes Muhlonburg's time again. I am now getting old and would like to have this chance to servo my you may need. John Deere Wagons, Wagons, Ames Buggies, Blount Chilled Plows, Oliver Chilled Plows, John Deere Sulky Plows, Two-roCorn Planters, One-roCorn Planters, Riding Cultivators, Disc Harrows. Write We can save you money. w w to-da- Ow-ensbo- ro ton3 y. I I ask you to support me with all sincerity and will promise you that your business will bo mine and that it will cortainly bo looked after, should I bo successful In this raco for people Fordsville Planing Mill Company JAKE WILSON, Manager FORDSVILLE, KY. Please give me your support at ington, Ky., has fileed a petition in NOTICE. Prlmury, August 2, 1919. bankruptcy. Notlco Is hcroby given that tbo 1 am, With best wishes Young Haggln, who is an artist, is business beretoforo transacted unyours for success, said to havo inherited 112,000,000 a' der tho firm namo and stylo pf Dox-tG. TURNER, M. D. T. & Llndloy, which business was tho $50,000,000 estato of his grandfather, James- R. Haggln, millionaire that of selling Reo automobiles, was FORMER KENTUCKY dissolved by mutual consent lu tho MILLIONAIRE "BROKE" mine owner of Lexington. Ho married Ronnie Glass, a Broad- year 191C, and since which time thbr Washington, April 8. Kentucky way dancer, after a divorce from Mrs said Llndloy has had the agency for and New Faith Robinson Haggln. Ills close the salo of said cars. in Washington circles This March 27, 1919. wero much Interested today in friends knew of bis financial reverses York but none were aware that bo was C A. LIDLEY. an announcement that Ren Ail or Senator. Hag-glu- ," of New York, formerly of Lex all In financially. 40t3-p- d Ceutertown, Kyi1) t Easter J jS . MM uPLJ Tl W f Wear Coats Coat Suits Kcv c D. Stevens will preach at Judge Mack Cook moved Tuesday to his residence, on Frcderlca street. the Third Baptist church, In Owensboro, Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Alvln Itowe, of wero In Louisville, Sunday. The Ladles nest Boom Is onen hero every day, and ladles from the counMollno Hiding Plows and two horse try should feel themselves welcome Hiding Cultivators. there. W. B. BL.MS & BRO. J. D. Cooper, cashier of tho Bank Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Itlley were In of Fordsvlllc, was in Louisville first Loulsvllllc a fow days tho first of the of the week, attending the Victory week. Liberty Loan Convention. Ccn-tertow- I . tl. : t A Dollar in The Bank ! I Is Worth Two in the Hand t t Dresses We want to call special attention to our Department. We are making unusual efforts to place this department to the front, hence are daily receiving the newest styles from the eastern Ready-to-Wear Mi ff w M" Mrs. James Hennett went to Kro-no- s, Miss Annie Hay Carson, who has Saturday, whero she wns tho been attending the Louisville Conguest of relatives until Monday. servatory of Music for several months, will return homo tomorrow. Mrs. Kate Napier, of Evansvlllo, Indiana, la visiting her parents, Mr. Don't fall to see tho real, armored, h and Mrs. John Leach, at Koslne. war tank here on the ICth. It will be in action on the Mr. and Mrs. John II. Barnes, of street Hours, from 7 A. M. to 2 P. M. Beaver Dam, went to Loulsvlllo Sunday and returned Tuesday evening Mr, Robert Bennett and wife, of Portland, Oregon, arrived Tuesday Top Sale One buggy horse and night for a two weeks visit with Mr, two young mules. Bennett's parents, Rev. and Mrs. R, W. M. HAYNES, D. Bennett. 32t3 Beaver Dam, Ky. We have a full line of new Brus- Mrs .Harney Duke went to Select sell and Axmlnlster Rugs, can save Saturday to spend a few days with you money too. See our patterns beher parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Stew fore buying. art. 40t2 ACTON BROS. sure-enoug- It piles up in the Bank before you know it. A dol lar in the Bank is doubly valuable. It adds to your and helps A self-respe- ct your credit. n COAT SUITS Serges, Gabardines, Wool Poplins in all the new spring shades, priced from $15.00 to $35.00. COATS AND CAPES Our coats are and come in the new spring shades from $12.50 to $35.00. well-selected SKIRTS AND WAISTS A large and varied line of new skirts and waists in all the latest styles and cloths. New waists in Georgette, Jap Silks, Crepe de Chine, from $2.50 to $10.00. Would it not be better to see your home merchant before sending that mail order or visiting another town to do your shoping? l&xzb&Gi The Hartford Republican VIUD.W. .APRIL 11 Fivo Shovel and 14 tooth one Mr. Gobel Crowe and Miss Edna horse cultivators, fifty and sixty tooth Black, city, and Mr. Carl Sandefur, section Harrows. pt Beaver Dam, and Miss Blanch W. E. ELLIS & BHO. Park, of Taylor Mines, motored o Owensboro Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Hancock left yesterday for Texas, where Mr. HanMrs. C. M. Barnett will leave tocock Is engaged in work In the oil morrow for Nasrfvllle, Tennessee, to Holds. be with her daughter, Mrs. E. W. Cooper, who will undergo an operaSEED POTATOES Irish Coblers, tion for appendicitis. Early Rose, Early Ohio and or Early Triumph. Mr. Warder Gardener, of Morgan-towW. E. ELLIS & BRO. has accepted a position with Barnes Brothers, at Beaver Dam, and Dr. E. W, Ford left Wednesday with his mother, Mrs. A. B. Gardener, with his son, Edward, for Louisville, will move to that city. where the boy will undergo an operaDon't fail to see us for that new tion for appendicitis. cook Stove or Range that you are Wo have just gotten a car of good going to buy, for we can save you mixed Hay, Clover, Red Top and Tim- money on your purchase. othy. Oct our ton lot price. 40t2 ACTON BROS. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Acton brothers have a car load of Mrs. Howard Ellis and baby are brick on the ground, ready to begin spending the week with Mrs How- the erection of their new business ard's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Y. house, at the north west corner of the Taylor, at Maceo. street crossing near the bridge. Six-Wee- ks n, BANK OF HARTFORD Hartford, Kentucky. I ' FORD THE UNIVERSAL CAR everywhere. i ' Rev. A. D,, Litchfield was In a few days early in tho week. County Attorney, A. D. Kirk, was In Owensboro Saturday and Sunday. II. & E. K. R. TIME TABL . Bound, No. 116 Stock For Field, Poultry and .....8:05 a. in. fencing and Barbed Wire, see Due at Hartford 40 12 ACTON BROS. North Bound, No. 114 8.46 p. m. Dae at Hartford (Both "Mixed" Tralui.) VULCAN Chilled turning and New Cround Plows ' W F. ) I.I.1S & BRO. out- - moduli mm f ! , Miss Marllssa Foster, of Heflin, Is tho guest of her brother, Mr. Ellis aod 8ocial Euents, inter. Mrs. Louis Fulkerson returned yesterday from a vlsU with friends at Kronen. Special One Day Fair, at Hart Mrs. Mattlc Rowo, who has spent several weeks with Miss Mary Rowe, ford Fair Grounds July 4th, 1919. has returned to her home at Ft. We make this early announcement so that people having stock to exhibit Smith, Arkansas. will have time to get ready. 4 it 2 Miss Bessie Clark, who had been a guest of Miss Amelia Pirtle for sevIf an Incident of news occurs in' eral days, returned to her home, near your neighborhood please take the Sunnydale, Monday. trouble to call us and report it. It will not give you much trouble and The Star Theater had a packed will be a favor to us and our readers. house Tuesday night. ""William S. A special term of the Ohio crlcult Hart, king of tho screen actors, was court will begin Monday, April 21. the major attraction. It will continue two weeks and be County Attorney A. D. Kirk at followed by the regular term betended tho Loulsvlllo to Owensboro ginning the first Monday in May. road meeting at tho Seelbach Hotel, Lieut, and Mrs Gllmore Keown in Louisville, last night. are the parents of their first born, a Only one marriage license was is- girl. Mrs. Keown is at St. Joseph's sued in tho county clerk's oftlco this Hospital, in Louisville, and Lieut. week; T. P. Aubrey and Mrs. Rhoda Keown Is with tho American army in France. Whlller, both of Fordsvllle. J Ford cars are important servants They helfT the family enjoy life, bring the pleasures and advantages of the town within reach of the farmer and give practical service eveiy day in .country and town. They require a minimum of attention; any one can run the Ford and care for it, but it is better to have repairs and' replacements taken care of by those who are familiar with the work and have the tools, the genuine materials, and skilled men 10 do the work promptly. We pledge Ford owners the reliable Ford service with real Ford parts and standard Ford prices. E. P. BARNES m & BRO. Beaver Dam, Ky. 7 . Mr. Pearl Sandefur, a former emLeo Robinson, son of Mr. Joo Robinson, of this city, who is with the ploye of this office who recently mar fouse. Const Artillery, in California, has re- ried, bet up for housekeeping Tues, at Simmons, sent in The W. O. day, and was tho grateful reclpJent cently mnrrled a western girl. twelve now applications for memberMr. and Mrs. C. E. Smith wero In of n kitchen shower of more than fifship, last week. Owensboro Wednesday. Mr. W. S. Tlnsley wns In Louisville ty pieces. Monday and Tuesday, attending a Miss Xoultt Rhoads will go to Dun- mooting of county Publicity Directors RED SLATE nsphalt Roofing. Bobbie G. Her and son, of dee tomorrow to be the guest of Miss of the fourth-comin- g V. E. ELLIS & BRO. were here Wednesday, and up-- . bond sale. Veneta Barnard. on leaving for home in a buggy one Mr. M. Y. Chumley, of Simmons, Bo sure you see the International of the horses became frightened, the Mr. Tom Strattou, of Cromwell, combined Shovel nnd Disc two horse team ran away, demolishing was in town Wednesday. the returned Tuesday from a business riding Cultivators before you pur- buggy, but tbo occupants escaped trip to Louisville. All kinds of feed and field Seeds. W. E.. ELLIS & BRO. chase. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Mr. Henderson Murphreo, of Ow Our stock of Paints and Oils Is Miss Bosslo Gillespie, a graduate Mr. nnd Mr3. S. O. Keown spent eusboro, was in town a couple of days nurse of Louisville, returned to that arger than ever before. Prices range tbo first pf the week. Sunday with relatives at Broadway. city yesterday, after a visit with her from $5.00 to $4.40 per gallon, acparents, Mr. uud Mrs. Bob Gillespie. cording to brand. We aro agents for Judgo John B. Wilson has been the famous Sherwin-Williabrands. Osbomo Disc Harrows with and confined to his room with a severo OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO., Wo will havo a car of Jones' without tandem attachment. cold, for several days. Incorporated. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. 41t2 In at once. Call us Immediate ly. You can savo money by getting Rev. M. G. Snell bus been called to It at tho car door. After a visit with her parents, Mr. American field and poultry. Fenco tho pastorato of the Dundee Baptist and Mrs. R. F. Coppage, at Dundee, W. E. ELLIS & BRO. nnd Barbed Wire. church for the next year. W. E. ELLIS &. BRO. Mrs. Tula UoWley and little daughter Mrs. Warner Porsley, of Cadiz, vis havo returned to their home at Whit Attorney Otto Martin was In Mr. Wat Taylor, of Matanzas, rc- ited her father, Mr. E. P. Thomas, Ing, Indiana. Mrs. Bowley was ac Monday, to wake a land last week-encontly returned from a fishing trip Mrs. Warner was ac- companied home by her brother, Mr, oale, as Master Commissioner. companied home by her nelce, Miss Jesso Coppage. In Florida. Luclle Schroeter. Twenty bead of young stock cattle row Corn Drills, also Hoosler JJrs. Mattlo Barrett, who has spent for eale. Euipiro Corn Drills. Visit us for your needs In Wall Pa- tho past threo yoars in Texas, reC. B. CARDEN, W. E. ELLIS & BRO. per. Our line Is complete and our turned to Hartford Monday. Mrs. 38t4 Hartford, Ky. Barrott has many friends In Hartprices are lowest. ford, Including tho editor of this paOHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. Mr. Templeton Yates, of Bells Run, Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Southard, of 41t2 per 'and his' wife, who were formerly Incorporated. a wellknown citizen, Is dead at the Marwlck, visited the family of Mr. her neighbors, and will gladly welage of 77. Joe Miller, at Horse Branch, Sunwho has come her back to the "Old Homo Miss Lillian Ticbenor, x beei attending school at Bowling Town." Miss Etta Holder returned Mon- day. Groen, Is spending the week with day from a visit with friends at Spring Renewals House Palnte, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Ticli-eno- r, Mr. Kainoy Duke was in Hopklns-vlll- o Whltesvllle. Floor Paints and Varnishes of latebt Sunday to soe his brother, Capt. at Mclleury. Earl Bennett, who is taking treat You can get nice, solid outuen colors, see ACTON BROS. 40t2 Wanted All kinds of country pro ment there. Capt. Bennett is not inQueen beed riweet Potatoes at ACTON BROS. duce Highest market price paid. sane, but is suffering from periodic Miss Ethel Coppage, of Dundee, Get1 our prices on butter 3nd eggs recurrences of a nervous trouble, resulting from a sunstroke while he Mies May Godsey, of Kronos, is was the guest of Miss Mary Fentress, before selling. was in the military 'sorvlce In tbo visiting Misses Marlon and Louise at Narrows, Saturday night and Sun- UEAYPR DAM CUAL, CO, ' day. j I'hllliplnes, several years ago. Taylor Nines. 39t5 Hill this week. U. S .CARSON has tho American AVALON FARMS HOG-TON- E 56 days and I think It Is the best medicine I ever used. I have two pigs 4 months and 3 days cm mat wcisa Jtu pouncs, one b rounds heavier than the other. They ore 100 pounds heavier than my neighbor's 2 of the same litter end iced. This is the cspcrier.co of a typical user of Hog-Ton- e. There ere hundreds nnd hun dreds of letters on file at tho Aval on Tunns Company's office from nearly even' state in the Union, all telling of big "improvement in hogs and in hoe profits through the use of Hog-Tonthe scientifically prepared Hog Conditioner, Fattener and Worm Re e mover, i is sold on e, log-ron- G. R. Oeden, of Shinnston, W. Va., says: "I have used 60 days' Free n, Trial under a n absolute money-bac- k d. guarantee. 12 e willgiveyou enough to treat nil of them 60 days. You don't have to pay for it unless you are absolutely satis ficd. The decision is left entirely to you. Hog-Ton- Come in the store and tell u how many hogs you have in your herd and we '! i h i IT COSTS YOU NOTHING NOW TO TRX .60 DAYS' TREATMENT OF, AND WOKM REMOVM AVALON FARMS HOG-TON- E THE LIQUID HOG FATTCNOt, CONDITIONER W FOR ALL YOUR HOGS -- FOR SALE B- Y- OHIO. COUNTY DRUG (Incorporated.) HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. ' i N t E CA . , (! til r-- MEDICAL OFFICERS . NEGLIGENT, CHARGE mi onns two to one ATH DISTRICT LOA IN FAVOIt OP ALLIES DIRECTORY cincuiT couivr. Judge -- R. AV. Slack, Oweniboro. C. B. Smith, HartConi'th. Attorney ford. Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. Otto C. Mar-ti- n, Master Commissioner WEALTH VIRTUALLY Blame Placed For Failure To Prevent Typhoid u. f DRCTR GALL -- UIDS I Among Troops T ouchediwa TO VICTORY Yashlngton, April 4 Charges of gross carelessness nntl negligence in preventing and controlling theapread of typhoid and paratyphoid fevers in the army aro mnilo against many medical officers serving with the forces overseas in a circular published by the chMf surgeon of the Ainericnn Expeditionary Forces and made public hero today by the rubllc Health service In connection with a warning that vaccination does not from tygive complete immunity phoid. The chief surgeon cites many instances where epidemics prevailed among troops, especially dirting tho last offensive on the western front, and points out that the occurence and distribution of diseases was constantly brought to the attention of the medical officers through weekly AUTHORITIES SAY FINANCIAL MONEY IS MORE PLENTIFUL THAN EVER BEFORE. GET BACK ON THE JOD" IS MES- SAGE TO WORKERS IN LIB. ERTY NOTEC CAMPAIGN. EXPENSES ARE LESSENING TO BE EASIEST TO SELL En- People Are Firmly Convinced of the Going to Battle Line With Same thusiasm As In the Previous Value of Liberty Loan Invest- ments. Bond Drives. Insist that Financial, authorities money Is more plentiful than ever before. In last December official reports show id the per capita circulation of money in the United States by far the highest it ever had been. There has been little change in tills respect since that date. Money is still comparatively plentiful and the prospects of a general international readjustment of shipping and of exchange rates, coupled with a redistribution of the woild's foodstuffs Is bringing about a new feeling of confidence in nil business circles. American resources ha've hardly been touched by the demands made upon them by the war. Of all the nations in the conflict America has ac- i tually felt the pinch of war the least. Its vast stocks of raw materials were drawn upon freely through four years of warfare without impairing them. Its citizens were not called upon for anything like the amount or war loans, comparatively speaking that our Allies were forced to --leet. The country is amply able to take up another loan without feeling the strain. War expenses a.c lessening and the vniious industries aie slowly coming back to a peace basis after a long period spent under war conditions. The balance of trade is greatly in tho favor of this country and there is a general disposition to feel that tho worst has been met and successfully . Pasbed. --jj:r.,N """ Our Excessive E..pprts. Washington, April 5. Tho central powers faced odds of greater than two to one in mobilized troops when Germany gave up the fight last NoThe estimated aggregate vember stre-igtof tho enemy powers nt that ti in according to official estimates n uIp public today by Gen. March, chief of staff, was 7.G3O.O0O. Tho indKitod aggregate allied strength on the dato wns moro than 16.700,000. The situation is disclosed in tho figures received by the Wnr Department from France, giving tho present tattia of the belligerent armlob They how the central powers, on March 1 had under amis 1,120.000 men, while the allied forces aggregated 13,306,- 000 iu:avi:r dam. Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKcnno7. Clerk R. W. King. Pollco Judge J. W. Cooper. Marshal R. F. Stevens. rORDSVILLK. W. It. V Hartford. Trustee Jury Fund Hartford. I Cal P. Kcown, 1st Monday in March 11 days Coni'th. and Civil, let Monday In May 12 days Civil. 1st Monday in July 12 days Coni'th. and Civil. 3d Monday In September 12 days Civil. 4th Mondny In November 12 days Coni'th. nnd Civil. COUNTY COUItT. Meets first Monday in each month. Judge Mack Cook. County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. Clerk W. C. Dlnnkcnshlp. Sheriff S. A. Uratcher. Superintendent E. S. Howard. Jailer Worth TIchenor. Tax Commissioner D. E. Ward. Burveyor C. S. Moxley. Coroner E. P. Ilodgcrs. By WM. R. COMPTON, "It would appear," the circular continues, "that many officers utterly failed to grasp the significance of those reports and warnings, a fact which may be due to a false sense of security under the popular belief that vaccination against typhoid and paratyphoid gives complete Immunity even in the midst of gross unsanitary conditions. "Notwithstanding the fact that typhoid and paratyphoid fevers are in in the United States and spite of our extensive experience with these dlbcases, bulletins. ic during the Spanish-America- n war and Inter during the period of mobilization on the Mexican border, It is evident that many medical officeis have gained but little knowledge of the fundamental principles underlaying prevention and It is also quite evident that control. some '.medical otliccrs are grossly careless and neglectful of their duties and responsibilities as medical officers anil sanitarians." "It is fully recognized," the circular sajs, that the conditions brought about by the mobilization of millions of men and the active participation in the war of two million of these have at times rendered sanitary cuntrol extremely diffclult, especially during Ihc stress of active combat. The highstandards of sanitation and per sonal hygiene set by the army medical department during the previous decade, it adds, were not lived up to during the past two years, due to a combination of factors the more important of which was the lack of facilities and mateiial transportation training jdlfficultles and insufficent and pcrsoncl. tho circular says, "However," "many medical oificer-- . serving with combatant and S. O. S. units have been able to overcome all handicaps, and have by wise couusel and 'eternal vlligance succeeded in Keeping their units in excellent fighting trim " The chief surgeon warns his subordinates that now the excuse "there is a war on" no longer will be tolerated and that they will be held responsible for proper supervision of the health of troops, nearly all of whom are now In sanitary training areas or in the Army of Occupation where proper Instruction and measures can be instituted and enforced. In 131S Ameiican expoits exceeded our impoits by $3,050,000,000. Doubtless this will be reduced somewhat in the future, but for many a long day Eutope and a considerable part of the balance of the world will make America the bujlng place for a very considerable part of thejr necessities. "with fliese and other positive figures showing the enormous wealth of America befoie him, is theie any one who will Insist that this country is to float another Liberty Ixian? If so he is argued down and silenced by the temper and the disposition of the Ameiican people who feel that they have put their bhoulders to the whel and that they will continue to Bbove with all their might until the work they have undertaken has been completed. For a good many months now this country has been given over to the business of war. Every energy and every industrial plant was dliected toward war work, directly or indlicctly. When the armistice was signed tho wheels of the vast and intiicate machine weie moving so rapidly that they could not be stopped over night. There had to be a period of slowing down the war machine. There was a time when this great machines stopped and was reversed. We are still in the time of.lts icversal, in the time when men aro being demobilized, war plants aro giving way to peace plans. The machine is backing up now and tearing itself to pieces, a job that 1b as slow and as delicate as setting it up i and starting It going. If 1 Wcio a I'liuucr. . sured. Prosperity If I were a fanner I would keep at hand a few reliablo medicines for Ncveitheless It ib being done with thought minor ailments that are not so serious moie speed than at (list was possible. The bavlngs banks are full as to require tho attention of a phyn of money, buyers are beginning to sician, bueh as Chamberlain's Colic to wholesaling centers in their and Diarrhoea Itciuedy for bowel old time numbers and the stocks of complaints. mauufaituied articles, made at tho Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for peak of war time conditions, is begin coughs, colds and croup. ning to diminish. Liniment, for Then, too, the American people have Chamberlain'!. sprains, bruises and rheumatic pains. beta thoroughly' convinced of the Chamborlain's Tablest for stomach value of Libel ty Bonds as a sound introubles, billlousness and constipa- vestment. in the first loan diives the feollng tion. patriotism, of rallying to tho naJ of Hy having these articles at hand tional standard with the last man and it would often bavo tho trouble of a the last dolar, smothered most of the trip to town in tho busiest seabon or other excellent reasons for buying, in Che night, and would enable ine to Liberty liouds. In this Fifth Loan,' treat slight ailments as soon as they tho "Victory Issue," the peopio are appear, and thereby avoid the more consldeilng the wonderful investment, 8orIouB,dlseaecs that bo often fol- qualities of the notes (short-term bonds). They are looking to the fulow, , ture, to the assured Interest, to tho safe guarded principal aud ato buying' THE I'LIX'KV HERMANS. with these points in view. The announcement that this Victory Serbian soldiers may be been on Ixian will be the last of the Liberty all tho roads, of Serbia, from tho i Loan issues has brought about a realsouthern frontiers to tho Danube, ization that they should .be bought slowly making their way to their whllo they may still be bad. Knowing homes, on foot,' the war over, their that the future wil bee these bonds of fighting done a long trail for theso all issues go to a piemlum, tho In-- . plucky dofenders of Sorbla, who stood I vestor who is looting for safety as in tho mountain trenches for four well as returns, Is anxiously consider--I years without release ami went lug just how many of the notes of the through the last campaign without a Fifth and last issue he will be able to i woman nurse, without anesthetic for lung, their wounded. Finish the Work. All that you have done before Will still be Incomplete Unless you buckle to once more, FOR FLETCHER'S The Victory Loan to meet, . t un-nbI Federal Director of War Loan. This will be the last of all the great loans which the Liberty Loan Organization has been called upon to place and when the campaign closes on May 10th, the Job will be finished. Success will surely come to the Eighth District, as it has in previous campaigns, nnd we shall leave behind us an unbroken record, and history will know that the people of this section of America proudly accomplished their portion of the financial undertakings of our Government incident to the great wnr for .Freedom and Liberty. I have heard some people express the thought that since the armistice was signed there is no'lndlvidual to finance our nation. I am firmly convinced that this is not the thought of the gre.it American peo pie and when there has been brought squarely home to them the realization that the debts and obligations of the United States of America are the debts of each individual, that severally and collectively, when we entered this war we phdged our entire assets nnd income to carry on until the last pen ny had been paid, and that national honor can only be saved through each individual doing" his part to maintain tho ciedlt of our Kieat country, there will be no trouble in placing this loan as otheis have been placed heretofore The loan will be attractive as to terms, maturity and payment. It will mean an investment, which will be sought after by men of wealth as well as those of modest means, but It must be renumbered that no financial undertaking running into the billions ot doliais can bo placed entirely with people who have Idle money and who are seeking investmint in an Interest beating securitv. It theiefore becomes necessary for each to do his or her share. Someone taid that a part ot this money was wasted. My answer to this is that war is aste. It Is waste of life, of human energy, of propertj, of raw material. It Is waste of men tality. We undertook to do a trenien dous Job and to finish it at the earliest possible moment. It was finished months, nay yeais, in anticipation of the wildest di earns of our people. It was finished because of a reckless v pendlture of funds; It was finished in time to avoid the slaughtei and sac riflce of hundreds of thousands of out gallant young men. It was finished in time to avoid the payment of billions. upon billions of dollar which woi !d havo been incident to even one year more of active waif.ire, and in ilu waste of huirled prepaiedness we saved. We saved all that was dear to us first and greatest of all, tho lives of our sons; and, second, our material, property and income and we may shnre for nil time to come the fue dom of a free people. We havo llttlr to grumble about nnd everything foi which to be thankful. I send this message to every faith ful Liberty Loan worker: Got back of the Victory Loan; do it quickly! Promote enthublasm in your city, county, community. Tills should be and this will be the easiest loan of al to bell nnd we are going to the battli line with the same enthusiasm, with the eanio determination for succes1-tha- t biouglit victoty to the guai American Aimy on tho far distant Fhores of buffeilng France on that fate ful day of November 11, 1918! Following is Gon. March's statement: "We have received from Franco some rather Interesting figures about he demobilization of the contrnl powers and the demobilization of the entire allied forces to ncltide Februg ary. The demobllzatlon has been on, of course, since then, hut the figures show what has been happening over there. The central powers' figures are: lly Feb Estimated strength on Nov. 11. reduced to Bulgaria 500,000 120,000 Germany ....4,500,000 S20.000 Turkey 400,000 70,000 2,230,000 106,000 Austria 'The total force of the central powers on Nov. 11 was estimated at This had been reduced to Include to February to 1,125,000, or to 15 per cent of their strength. On the samo day on which this report was mado the strength of tho allied forces was 13,366,000 or 75 per cent of the strength which they had on gb-in- .... FISCAL COURT. Meets first Tuesday In April and October. 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, Route 3. , 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Bearer Dam. 3rd District Q. B. Brown, Simmons. Itii District G. W. Rowe, Center-tow- n. oth District Oth District W. C. Daugherty.Balze-tow- n. Nov. 11 Turning to demobilization of the American army. Gen. March said the second annlversity of the entrance of the Untied Stateb Into the world war found the restoration of American manhood to civil life more than 40 per cent complete. On returns np to April 1 the army had been reduced to an aggregate strength of 2,055,718 For that force Gen. March has set sei per discharges mark of .510,000 month, toward which progress is being made. Actual discharges up to and including April 5 aggregated officers and men. For the stomach and bowel disorders of babies McGcc's Daby Elixir Is a remedy of genuine merit. It acts quickly, is puro, wholeomo and pleasant to take. Price 25c and 50 cents por bottde. Sold by Ohio Couni ty Drug Company. m W. S. Dean, Dundee. B. F. Rice, Fordsvllle. 7l!i District 8th District B. C. Rhoades, Hartford, Route '5. HARTFORD. Mayor J. B Bean. Clerk J. A. Howard. Police Judge C. M. Crowe. Marshal E. P. Caseblcr. ROCKPORT. Ch'm'n. Board James Wilson. Clerk Rushing Hunt. Police Judge John T. Jackson. Marshal Will Langford. ; Jones. Ch'm'n. Board Clerk Olla Cobb. . Pollco Judge C. P. Kesslnger. Marshal Grant Pollard. OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR, County Hoard of IMiicatloii. E. S. Howard, 8. S. O. C. Dlv. No. 1 J. M. Hoover, Hartford, Ky. W. Duff, Fordsvllle, Dlv. No. Ky. Dlv. No. 3 II. L. Carter, Narrows, Ky. Dlv. No 4 Robert Goff, Rostno, Ky. Dlv. No. C Otis H. Stevens, Beaver Dnm, Ky. Dlv. No. 6 Nat Llndley, Center-towKy. Time of Meeting 1st Monday In February; 1st Mondny In April; 1st Monday In June; 1st Monday In Au gust; 1st Mondny In October; 1st Monday in Decombcr. County Board of Examiners 1919 K. S. Howard S. S. O. C, Ellis Sando-fu- r, W. S. Hill. Jan. 24 and 25 Common school diploma examination. Hartford, Beaver Dam nnd Fordsvllle. May, 9 and 10 Common school Beaver Dam and Fordsvllle. May 16 and 17 County teachers (White) Hartford. examination. May, 23 and 24 County teachors examination (colored) Hartford. Juno, 20 nnd 21 County and examination (white) Fordsvllle. Juno, 27 and 2S County and state teachers' examination (colored) 20. n, r v State-teacher- Hartford. July, Hartford. 7-- Ohio County Institute, 20 Sopt., 19 nnd County nnd Stato teachers' examination, Hartford. (white) Stnte-eaeher- Sept 20 and 27 County nnd examination (colored) Hartford. Get and the GenuinatfBfVll Avod4jQjZZJl Every Cake Electric! Succeed when everything else falls. In nervoui prostration and female .vcalcnesse they ore the supreme temedy, at thousands have testified. y&f&SP'vn Bitters THK CIMJhS-TIIi;.0'KA.- V .UK HACK Tension Is at high pitch in Washington over the coming (light of aeroplanes across the Atlantic. It is determined to win at nil hazards and every ounce of energy Is being expended by the Navy Department to have machines, men and everything shape so that the moment in tip-to- p the right opportunity and weather conditions penult thero will be no While murh of th( hitch anywhere government's plans have been ni.ulr public,, there Is considerable secrecy upon the part of the Naval officials as to many features that are hoped will act as a surprise to those in chargo of similar work for tho other governments participating in the race. The air flight is a live topic of talk in the Nation's Capital. cross-the-oce- f Ck A Safe, i4 kr' Mothers use it is the best medicine ever sold over a druggists counter. FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE Every Woman Wants E0Uma3UUaUliVl!Jai;fi FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE DiMolved in vatcr for douches stopr A healing wonder for narnl catnrrh, toro throat and sore eye Economical. mation Recommended by Lydia E. Pinkharn Med. 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A natural remedy, natural in its actions, sure in its effect and certain in results. It will won't bo long beforo Liv- - Vc-La- x completely displaca calomel 111 ever home.1, Children can take it freely anj with perfect safety. Every bottle guaranteed. 50c and $1 in bottles.. None gcnulno without tho likeness and 8igD&' turn of L. K. Grigsby. For salo by HatUot. ti. W1LLLLMB. Attacks come when least expected. Directly some HI feeling makes you aware that you have a Heart is the time to commence tak ing some treatment. GREATEST WAR PICTURES Treasury Department to Send Out Drawing, "The Price of Peace." fi Webster's New tend out over the countrythe greatest The Treasury Dipartment Is soon tc International war picture ever drawn. It will be called "The Price of Peace" and Is an assembling of tlu most thrilling of the thousands of fie? of film taken by official photographers of the war college who followed the Yank from his homo to the front and back again. 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Of the more than 500 knonn varl- -' of the soy bean whts.lt have beuii frown on tho Government testing farms, at present tuly about 15 ar? nai died comnio.t iaily by seed men Don't Sell Hem. The following letter written by one of the poultry experts In tho field for tho College of Agriculture Is so timely that the county agent is reproducing It here in full for the Six Tears Af , Unking She Might Die, Says Texas Lady, But Now readers of the paper; "The other day I saw a woman She Is a Well, Strosg Womaa and Praises Cardai For drive Into a small town with a crate Her Recovery. full of hens for sale. Their beautiful red combs and their plump soft anyone that they were Royi City, Tex. Mrs. Mary tho better. That was sir years agy bodies told all laying. In fact, a few eggs were of this place, says; "After the and I am still here and am a well, In tho bottom of the crate as the birth of siy Ilttlo girl... my sldo com- strong woman, and I owo my Hfo to farmer's wife sold them to the dealer Cardul. I had only taken half tho for four cents more a pound than she menced to hurt me. I bad to go back bottle when I bc?an to feol better. could have gotten last autumn. to bed. We called the doctor. He Tho misery In my side got "When I saw the money pas3 less... I treated me... but I got no better. I continued right on taking tho Cardul hands, I wondered why that" woman had fed and cared for those hens all got worso and worso until tho misery until I bad taken three bottIc3 and I winter long merely to get about a unbearable... I was In bed for did not need any more or I was well quarter more per head for them. I and never felt better In my llfo... I knew every hen In tho crate had three months and suffered such agony have never had any trouble from that eaten twice that amount of corn that I was Just drawn up in a knot... day to this." since last fall. And I wondered too why the farmer's wlfo didn't realize my husband if be would get I told Do you suffer from headache, backtnat even a poor layer would soon rne a bottlo of Cardul I would try it. . . ache, pains in sides, or other discomshell out three dozen egg's which at I commenced taking it, however, that forts, each mouth? Or do you feci 30 cents would amount to 90 cents. "Listen to me. Can't folks see a ovenlng I called my family about weak, nervous and fagged-outIf so, ntlto beyond their noses? Those me... for I knew I could not last give Cardul, the woman's tonic, a horn should have been kept until many days unless I had a chance for I trlaL J. 71 Ily that time they would summer. have paid their feed bill of last winpoor layers could Secret purposes of order arc ter and then the used grusTioNS A.svi:m:i. made known only to those who "en- havo been picked out and sent to the circle mystic shrlno." Nono but Ma- slaughter. Gold In Nature. "'Surely tho good woman, who kill sonic knights templars or those who Qucs. What nppcarnnce has gold degree, Ancient ed the gooso that laid the golden eggs when first found In the earth? An. have attained .12ml did not have anything at all on the Nuggots havo tho characteristic yel- nnd Acceptod Scottish Kite of Free- women who are selling laying hens eligible to membership. low color or refined gold. Yellowish masonry are and does this spring." metallic flakes or grains are readily It is not a Masonic order freemasonry; it Is g ores not form a part of detected in some governKeep Up Preparation. but In many cases only nn experienc- independent In origin and FreemaA first class seed bed for corn or ed assayer or miner would bo able ment and is associated with tobacco is about half the cultivation to recognize such ore. Gold found sonry only because It was established necessary. Perhaps it means more and beIn nature is never pure but is mixed by prominent Freemasons localities with cause none but Freemnsonsof high than halt the cultivation because the with silver and in somo cultivation of a crop after it begins Iron, copper nnd other mctnls as well. degree may become members. ' to grow depends very largely upon occurs In combination Somotlmes It the condition of the soil when the Counties In U. S. with the element tellurium. Native are seed Is planted. Ques. How many counties Inclosed in quartz gold Is often found Nothing will pay bigger dividends there in tho V. S.I Ans. Total numor quurtz sand. ber of counties and their equivalents than the constant use of a disk har lis approximately 3000. Somo of the row both before and after the soil is Tin l.M Cjclop. irom ou io iuu. broken. A good team and a sharp Qucs. Please tell me what became larger states iiave Rhode Island has disk harrow will do more toward inTexas has 243 while of tho naval ship "Cyclops." Aus. only five and Delaware but three. suring a good crop than Is usually It sailed from West Indies for U. S. When the surface of understood. nnd has not been heard from since. It the soil Is thoroughly pulverized with I.iiicolnS Children. hapdoubtless wns lost but how this Ques. How many children did a disk harrow before It is plowed, it pened is still a mystery. Abraham Lincoln have and are any allows the dirt to settle perfectly Into of them living now? Ans. He had place against the subsoil thus allowWhite of KflK In Coffee. four, all boys. . Only one, Robert T., ing tho moisture to rise easily. Qucs. I have been told that In Is'living. making coffee putting a little-whitMeat, milk, fish, eggs, beans, nuts, if egg Into it ;ltl kill the tanniu n cheese, peas and cereals are the foods Hend Ti On Immigrant. Is ths so? Ans. Some of tanu'n H Ques. What is tho amount of which furnish protein in quantity for j:i toffee will unite with nlbumon 'f head tax an immigrant must pay the human body. v.l.lto of ogg. forming an he is allowed to land on our r mpnund. Tannin so contain u of shoros? Ans. Law provides for levy Ciitlln Toll of Smuts. courso is "killed." ing and collecting $S on each alien The estimated national loss duo to 'regularly ndmlttod except thnt chil- whoat smuts in 1D1S crop Is 25,500,-00- 0 The Kll Klu K.tin bushels. dren under age of 1G years who acQucs.' What was the Ku K'ur company father or mother are not The estimated national loss duo to at subject to fetich tax. Klnn? Ans. Socluty founded oat Smuts In the same crop Is Tcnn., In lSGfi. Uj olil.'t bushels, and to barley smuts Pulaski. purpose originally was to prowlo G.000,000 bushels a total loss of The N.tmo Sinn Fein. ' alt amusoment for Its members, Ques. Please tell mo what .the 141,500.000 bushels of grain. 1917, the United Southerner, but in tlmo it began In Soptentber name "Sinn Fein" means. Ans. It position to reconstruction act uni! o is of Galeic origin, meaning, literally, States Department of Agriculture bePronounced "shin gan a campaign for the prevention exercize of franchise by fre.:J "for ourselves." In some cases negrotM woru fane." It is applied to an Irish socie- of cerenl smuts. very severely treated in ordei to Methods of seed treatment to pre ty which is working for Irish indethont and keep them from pendence and developement of Irish vent smut were demonstrated to 113,- voting. Au &ct of congrest finally race. 090 farmers in 43 states, and 21.500 ' provided measures i .r sup'rejttug farmers were personally advised on a nrniiRiit mother is always on the their farms regarding smut and smut such organi .allons a.il Ku Kin K'au ' disbanded. watch for symptoms of worms in her prevention. Twenty-flv- o per cent more farmers Paleness, lack of Interest children. Flour. in play, and peevishness Is tho signal treated the seed than formerly. nnd Wliole-WlieGraham A And the campaign has Just fairly Qucs. Please toll me Just what Is for White's Cream Vermifuge. few doses of this excellent 'remedy begun. by "Graham" and whole-whemeant flour. Ans. Ileal graham flour is puts an end to the worms and the Dried fruits should be washed well iinboltod wheat flour ground from child soon acts naturally. Price 30 wholo whoat berries. Often flour conts per bottle. Sold by Ohio Coun- and cooked slowly for a long period. m sold as graham Is only n inlxturo of ty Drug Co. The largest nroducers of wild hay whlto whoat flour and flour is WATTEItSOX TO IIKA1) in 19 IS wero South Dakota, 3,282,-00- 0 Socallod whole-whebran. E FIGHT tons: Nebraska. 2.277.000 tous; mado by grinding whole wheat berMinnesota, 2,170,000 tons; North Da and then taking out part of bran, ries Washington, March 30 Formal kota, 1,904,000 tons; Iowa, G80.000 though obviously nothing should be tnken out it it is to bo really whole- announcement of the completed or- tons: Kansas. 607.000 tons: Wiscon sin, 456,000 tons; Colorado, 424.000 ganization of the League for tho wheat flour. t of American Independence, tons. Wild grass is cut for hay in headed by Henry Watterson, of Lottls-vlll- every state. Origin of Corsets. was mado here today In tho toll us something of Pleaso Quos. Goorge Wharton Pepper, of Careful experiment has demon- tho origin of corsets. Ans. From name of the strated that the best method of growchairman of of tho glrdlo or ces-tu- s Philadelphia, Homer's mention linworn by Venus It appears that league's Executlvo Committee Tho ing tomatoes in the South Is by pi were known to ancient league's campaign In opposition to ing one or two stems and tying them corsets proposed constitu- to stakes. Greeks. Bandages similar to corsets ratification of tho worn in Homo In tho early ages. tion for a league of Nations, it wns wore conducted under tho di- Cunning Club SainpUi Wins Rote! Romans used thorn only for the pur- said, will be presiOrder pose of support, however, until rection of eight regional vice As dual results from a considered dents. elondor waists came to be "Declaraluncheon put on recently by The new organization essontlal to n bautlful figure when designed to be used to tion of Indopondenco," forming tho tho homo demonstration agent lit corsets were milk is compress tho form. Germans used basis of argument upon which it will Grcouvillo County, Vu., more They woro conduct Its campaign against tho pro- now boing consumed there and all the Agos. corsets In Mlddlo canncovenant, was announced at thy surplus tomatoes in Introduced thero within short time posed in other coun- samo time. It declared among other ed by the club girls, have been sold. they were introduced things that the proposed constitution Every dish had nlllk or milk products tries where they had previously been leagalizos war la seven coses and for Its basis aud tho entire menu met unknown. makes It compulsory In three," that with the approval of those who samof the pled it. Arabic Order Nobles Of Myotic Shrlno It would force abandonment InconOne woman tle manager of a creed Monroe doctrine; that It Is Quos. Of what religious aro knowu as "shrln- - sistent with the independence and large hotel was particularly enthuare those who States in siastic over tho cream of tomato soup, Qral Ans. "Ancient Arabic Order sovereignty of the United Mystic Shrine" (fa- Hi delegation of power to an In- and after the demonstration sho conof Nobles of tho council, and that It gives tracted with the homo demonstration miliarly called "the Shrlno" aud Its ternational power "to determine ques agent tor all the tomatoes the club "shrlners.") is not a reli- the league membors girls had canned. The guests of thnt to Steven's tions of Interual concent." gious order. According hotel are to havo cream of tomato of Fraternities, It Is social Cyclopedia sniiu. and nlentv of It In the future. having ritual and benevolent society are a re- Prime quality tomatoes linked to Arabic tradiand history FOR FLETCHER'S qulslto in making this soup and the mysticism, tions in which Oriental brand put up by the club girls, names, legends and titles are much Kll-ma- '3vSPHi'H! wiTi'iff!! jSSmWrt Contents 15Pluid Dractrc CASTORIA For Infants and Children. 1S!C !H'1 'Mm !M!v j iri itftLSl.nW rSr V m- '? bTIt.B'1 " M.B sw fll MslMl Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria .ri otfftrv Ii ii;.. . "' u Jj:;ir.,.i':i'r'n"rr :m:ini:nrtihpFond ,.r i.i..'n...i:MfirA.ll A..Ctam.l1.CIIAl1RcMCtS(lf bvRciJuU- - I '' m;mtMiwmj ii HIS it"- - ;'! PmmoUnGDiiJcsu'on i fWs-L- " Always Bears the Tfcphv u Treating Infested Chicken Houc The first step necessary to destroy the mites Is to get rid of the hiding rlaces so t:i: as possible. The roosts should bo taken down and all unnecessary boards and boxes removed. In heavily infested I.puaes the mites are to be found In all parts of the building, Including the roof. Where they aro less numerous the infestations usually are confined to the roosts and nests and the walls immediately adjacent. For small coops a hand atomizer will suffice for insecticides as sprays, but for larger houses a bucket pump, knapsack sprayer, or barrel pump Is desirable. A rather coarse spray should be applied from all angles and thoroughly driven' into the crack3. The floor also should be treated, as many mites fall to the floor when the roosts are being removed. The production of tne animal fats exclusive of butter fat, equal to but 70 per cent of the vegetable oil output of the United States in 1912, ro"e In 1917 to nearly SO per cent. Including butter. In 1912 the quantity of animal fats was approximately twice as 'great as that of vegetable oils, while in 1917 the production of the two classes of fats and oils was nearly the same. yzn't tt. MincrnlNorNAncoTic JptofOldDtSX. Cheerfulness ondRcsLContains neither Oplum,Morphlnenor Signature of J M In JhtUl5allt AnUfSrJ 1'crnSnl I I, ,w Use For Over Ifatrryrrrn fanir ,. -- ..r..lOrtrrrk'fi:f Constipation and Diarrhoea, LOSS OF SLEEP rcsuttinlhcrcrranjutlnrancv. Fac Simile a l m S.4naHlot Gompawk Gk0&M The CcCTAim Thirty Years TtUKl CASTORIA Exact Copy of Wrapper. THC CCNTAU1 COMPANY, NEW YONH gold-bearin- CITY FOR FINE JOB PRINTING Of All Kinds Call on The Republican. been the stimulus given the develop meiit of swine raising In the South With other activties of the department in this line, the assurance given to southern farnnrs rhat hots oan be produced without fear of losses from cholera has eneouraged growin? not only larger numbers of anlctai but also better types. A few years ago Georgia purchased about 40,000,-00- 0 pounds of pork more than It produced annually. Hut efforts for the control of hog cholera have gradually extended over the entire Stato, in hog with resulting cuiif'dence raking. By 191 Georgia was producing pork enoufe''i to make ship- n ents to outside points besides sup-- J u'ving a large ruin'. .: of hog3 t local slaughtering estab'.IMimmiN. Slm-l-- .r progress has been nipm In Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida The Sacking Of The Orchards. The sacking of the orchards will begin In many sections of the United States about the third week In May not as the Huns did It in the fruit lands of France, but a protective sacking, literally, with cheesecloth against another ruthless horde, to locust." This pest wit, the "17-yewill occur over 21 States, coming out perhaps the last week in May. The Injury Inflicted by It consists in splitting the tender branches of tree3 for depositing eggs. Tho greatest damage is to very young tree3. Expert advice has usually been to defer the planting of young fruit trees until another season; but the United States Department of Agriculture, realises that to defer planting, partlcu-uarl- y where trees have been bought and the ground prepared, would entail a considerable loss. Therefore the advice offered Is, deter planting until 1920 If feasible. Otherwise put out the treos and protect them with cheesecloth coverings. Such protection can be mado practically absolute. Tho coverings need not be put on until the Insects have emerged front the ground, when it can be determined whethor or not thoy are suf flciently numerous to make covering of tho trees necessary. Once put on, the coverings should bo allowed to remain until the Insects are gone. The uotection can be made practiccloth ally nbsolute. The cheese should be gathered and tied In below tho branchos aud extend upward to cover practically all the foliage, being gathered in and tied at tho top ii suuh manner as to leavo a small cluster of loaves free. This method cuu bo applied, it necessary, to trees In areas like of Inst year's planting. prunlnr. infested ly to be heavily should be postponed until the lusecu have disappeared, when palus shoulr. be takou to lomove Injured wood am' to reshape the tree where necessary ar Starting Housekeepers Right agent in the obtains tho District of Columbia A LATIN TKOOP SHIP HITS MINE 2,000 ON BOAIU) names of prospective brides from the marriage license bureau and .writes each a personal invitation to Join one classes. The reof her sponse has indicated that nearly every girl is anxious to get her home started right, and welcomes the opportunity to obtaltt Information or. the subject. Onco started to thlnk-Iti- g about modern methods of living and saving work, she is likely to bo home-making Paris, April 4 The Italian transport Umbra, with 2,000 officers and soldiers pn board bound from Venlco to Tripoli, has struck a mine and sunk, according to advices from Bari, of that Italy, quoting newspapers city. Several on board were killed and 100 injured. Tho Umbrla was a vessel of 5,020 tons gross, built at Llvorno In 1912 and owned In Venice. She was at Naples In December last but has not since been reported in shipping reg- bo-fo- re permanently interested. Tobacco Acreage Estimated. Seven per cent of Virginia's tobacco acreage in 191S was devoted to d tobacco, 36 per cent to Virginia dark, and 5G per cent to old bright tobacco. In North Carollua old bright tobacco was on 34 per cent of the acreage and new bright on 60 per cent. In the leading tobacco State, Kentucky, 44 per cent of the tobacco acreage was devoted to bur-leIS per cent to stemming tobacco, 1G per cent 8 per cent to to the Padttcali district, and 13 per cent to the Clnrksvllle and Hopklns-vlll- e y, One-sucke- r, o isters. SUFFEUED WITH 15HEUMATISM CATAHItH AND STOMACH TKOUULE o sun-cure- 110,-000,0- 00 ac-grc- '.ntl-mida- to district. Piire-Rrc- d Hull Proves Value. A Sheboygan County, Wis., dairybull man Invested in a good pure-bre- d to head his herd .and as a result the returns from his business' havo more than tripled. He produces milk for a cheese factory, and In 1911 delivered 44,229 pounds, but he did not regard his profits as satisfactory. He decided that ho was fanning with too poor equipment, so he purchased a pure-bre- d bull to cross with his scrub cows. Last year from the samo number of cows he delivered 161.98S lbs., of milk. In the same Another dairyman county somo time ngo was milking 26 cows and got 600 pounds of milk u duy. Ho tested his herd and thou for sold 17 of his cows all scrubs beef. His nine grade cows aro now producing tho same amount of milk as his formor herd of nearly twico that number. Tho owner 13 con vinced that it pays to use only pure bred bulls. at at low-gra- at ANTl-I.EAt.U- o, "I think No. 40 For The Blood as a blood purifier has no equal. When I began to take Number 40 I was In .very poor health as I had Rheumatism. 'Catarrh, Stomach trouble, Lead Poisoning, aud on Itch that I had tried almost every known remedy to relieve. I have taken six bottles of Number 40 and am on a fast road to recovery. I owe my life to It as I used to weigh 127 pounds and. now weigh 148, my usual weight. I could write more but this should be enough to convince the most skeptical, and you pie at liberty to use this letter anyway you desire." George Kllnker, Lima, Ohio. The Ingredients in "Number 40 For The Blood" are set down In the U. S. Dispensatory and other reliable medical books as follows: "Employed la diseases of the glandular system, in blood poison, constipation, stomach and liver troubles, chronic rheumatism, cattarh, sores, ulcers, skin eruptions, mercurial and lead poisoning. Under Its use nodes, tumors, scrofulous swellings that have withstood all otheit treatment disappear as If by magic." Prepared by J. C. Mendehall, Ind , 40 years a dru-- ,1st ; A RARE BARGAIN. A Combination of Leading Periodicals that may be Read with Pleasure and profit by every Member of your Family. HERE IS OUR OFFER: The Hartford Republican, Farm and Fireside, Woman's World, B Cincinnati Weekly quirer, ALL FOUR En-ON- Vlmt Community Urn-din;- ; Is. milk-produc- ts tho-count- Children Cry CASXORIA H Community brooding simply means that tho farmers In a certain community agree to do two things: o First, to breed but one breed of, cattle, sheep or hogs. Seconu, they agree to ttso nono but pure-bre- d sires, those sires bolus or colowned either individually lectively. Everyone Is absolutely free to do as ho pleases Just so long us he sticks to one class of stock and usos a purebred siro. These ideas can best be Farmers and others who live at a carried out If the farmors are organized in a body and get together at distance from a drug store should keep In the house a bottle of Ballard's stated perolds. It may be needed at Snow Liniment. any time for cuts; wounds, sores, I.cs Cholera Mor Hogs. spralas and rheumatism. It Is a An Important result of control work, beguu by the United powerful healing and penetrating States Department of Agriculture n remedy. Price 25c, SOc and $1.00 191, and which has resulted iu a er bottle. Sold by Ohio County Drug in steady decline of tno disease, has Company. hog-chole- ra YEAR ONLY $2.30. Prices are still advi md we cannot guaranl offer veiy long. TAKE ADVANT. and save the dress, di: Hartfor ." A A , 4 nwMKMmi. jwa mA j Hl 3EADS ODDLY STRUNG By. I. D. Claire.) lire nod Tlnsley Is mighty good alout sccln' Our" wives Is ontortalncd Ever Tacsdny, Friday anil Saturday I nifiht we give 'cm thirty cents show ! money, and while thoy air npllttin' heir sides Inughln' or wlpln' their cryln at Kil Uarrass' show we y air workfti' at the office. But we nlr " IIKI'LIN. goln' U have Kd move the show or ..,. Will UIHV. - on'a .iir I1IUIU nn ntftrtn nnn WW Mm J W1J1 Rev A. D. Bennett filled his regu Missuses wont have to pass rite by lar appointment at Woodward's Val and seo if we air workln'. our dwr should be engaging your altention. Everything indicates on this memorial day this j ley, Saturday and Sunday year you will see more well dressed men, women and children than you have ever seen, Dooley and wife, of Mr. Luther lu wrfttn up Jack Foreman's old or will see again for many years to come. The lateness of Easter gives plenty of time tr' Jnck says I was a liulldln' wiser, Nocreek, visited her sister, Mrs. Molthiin I know. I said .Tack lived Just lle Patton, of this place, Sunday. for preparation as well as a good spring day to enjoy your new clothes. Mr. Will Bennett and wife, of Be outside the city limits, and when the In this neighborThis store strives to have everything you want when you want it, and every Marshal went out there the other ds, visited relatives city taxes he Just hood, Saturday night and Sunday. day to collect Jnck's necessity can almost always be supplied here. Mr. Lewis Easterday and wife visshowed. Hire Murshnl the Republican, Jnck suys he Is goln' to keep that ole ited their daughter, Mrs. Mable Ross, ik tro- - write up, ns it will save him of Smallhous. Saturday and Sunday Mr. T. F. Tanner, of this place has three dollars a year In city tnxes. is crowded with the season's newest creations in Easter Hats for ladies, girls and little MNs Foreman wanted the statement purchased a new car. Cer-alvMr. and Mrs. Albert Rlggs, of boys. You won't be disappointed if you depend on us for your Easter Bonnet. sorrcKtud so's the people would know visited relatives In this com they Uved In town, but Jack tole her nobody would believe a newspaper munity, Saturday and Sunday. Ready-to-We- ar Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Whlttaker, visnohaw, and to Just let it go long ns Shown, of Barnetts You would be surprised to know the number of well-dressIt would save 'em payin' the city ited Mr. Ed women you see we've Creek, Sunday. ar.. fitted and sold in our Ready-lo-We-ar Department. It may be a Coat Suit, or it may be a a painMr. Bob Rowan met with Coat, Cape or Dolman. It may be a Skirt and Waist. The biggest assortment of high-gra- de ful accident Saturday night by Jailing TIic Stanley faction of the Kentucky Democracy saw a Rhea of hope from his barn loft, bruising his arm. ready-to-we- ar in the Green River district will be found here. mill Denhnrt flung his hat into the Don't know how he happened to fall. Guy and Haden Hudson Masters tine-- ' and little sister, Alice, of Ltvermore, visited at the home of Mr. N. M. Rus1 sot up till nearly midnight Tuesis the liveliest place for young men's, boys and older men's suits in the county. All the day ulght waltin' for Tlnsley to get sell. Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Patton, of this new models for young men are on display here that stand in class Al. This store is the fai from Louisville, but I'd just as 'well to gone to bed early. Tin's ex- place, visited relatives near Beda, home of Hart Schaff ner & Marx fine suits. Strictly all-wo- ol fabrics and high-cla- ss taicuse wns it had Just got to durned Sunday. loring. Remember that high-clas- s merchandise sold on a legitimate profit basis is Mr. Paul Russell Is still making his aigli for a poor man to buy. And it much better for the consumer than medium and shoddy merchandise at was the first time I Had ever wished regular Sunday trips to Mr. Will cut Stevens. Paul says he Is not teachTlnK was rich. prices. ing music nor trying to learn music The name of Sam HIchardson KOSINK. Look-N- ot stands high on my honor roll of exceptions to the doctrine of total de,We want you to see and closely inspect our showings in every department. If you Mr. Dewey Alford, son of Mr. and pravity. It was a big twist of the Mrs. Andrew Alford, returned home can't see that you are perfectly safe in supplying your necessities here we don't want you tlncst kind of tobacco. Saturday from France. Dewey is to buy. Will you put your time against our and post yourself? With the locustses coinin', Bat Nail looking well, but .says he has enough loafin' aroun' the office and Tlnsley experience In war. Had a little shooting here Friday catupin' nt the mouth of Grtfssy all spring, I Invite the prayers of all night when Wes Lewis shot and seri'lie . tbo good christians while I'm" tryln' ously wounded Wid Carrol, of Caney-vill- e. The argument grew out of a to make this ole sheet interesjln.' game of cards. Mr. Pete Napier and family, of Mt. I hope nobody don't run agin Ike Mason for tho legislature. It's a Carmal, 111., have moved back to heap of trouble to have to make two The Holy Rollers are making preor three' candidates for the same of-5parations for a meeting here 'soon. believe you air for 'em. TUey have their tent and preachers ready. IlKAVHU DAM. Miss Myra Taj lor visited friends Mrs. Robert Bennett, of Portland, and relatives in Butler county, last BolshevIKI are clearing the Odsf.i Oregon, Is visiting her parents, Mr. week end. Mr. Melvin Kissinger has lits" new part of Russia of the allies and thus and Mrs. Scott Likens. Mrs. Maubra Rnnney Is visiting liaise about finished and will move two armies will be relented for action j in Hungary with every possible aer sister, Mrs. J. 1). Davis, of Rob into it about the 15th. The big 3 store will have to be cation that the Hungarian Soviet Xav larger or Uncle Billy will have eminent will be he fiist great . Il Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Mason, who have to quit paIng so much for chickens of tho Russian oueiny from the rist (old their homo on Main St., to Mr. and eggs jof Europe. It is plain that the wave- H W. King, have gone to Buford, U Mrs. Tom Ragland visited her la coming and that tho Invasion will a here they will reside. 0 Mrs. Everett Alblu, of Ow-jb- e one of savage and numerical pro- Mises Virginia and Rachel Hays .. portions, i read in me niiuuuc 01 JlcKinnc spent the week-en- d with' cusuuru, mat. wbcr. vim. Mr Floyd Duvall has taken charge ' the President, who Is ordering tho I'latives in Hartford. troops home as fast as possible and 3Iiss Elolse Austin has returned of tlu section at Roslne a the fact that the American troops i:ki Mi:ixfi lmivn who were In Italy were on the way in ti:oli!Ij:i) i:ur.ori: home, that wp shall not bo called on to fight the Bolshevik! Hungarian arWashington, April 7, A furious my ami all the allies they can sweep j spring drive against the center of up between now and the end of the Europe by Bolshevik armies Is what peace conferenc. military expert.-- , here bee in stateAs a truth the peace conference has ments given out today by the State not indicated and probably will not be Department. able to indicate how U is going to The department made public news meet the certainty of tho Bolshevik front I'etrograd, via Helslngfors, to Invasion. The wave will break first the effect that the Bolhsevlki are con- on Germany and It would be interestcentrating on "troop transportation ing to know what part of Germany on a large scnle" uml 'that thoy are will take in the matter or what powalso concentrating on an increase iu ers she will be given to prepare for the factories for the manufacture of It as au ally of tho allies." We are experienceing the munitions of war, NOTICE STOCKMn.V difficulties with reference to A statement made here this afternoon by Lord Reading, the British The Beaver Dam Breeders Assoimplements getting and ambassador, to the effect that Great ciation, having purchased of George hardware that we did in Britain lyis not offered to recognize Sowders, Mountain Boy, a black Jack, e the So let government Is viewed by eligible to register. Alo a registered into .,.,, .. Ulat Ready-to-We- ar UJ- - tllm lul LUtwl j War Department officials as of omin- - Jack, and a reglstored slgnlllcanco. Lord Heading's state- - stallion, of Fisher & Wulker, of SUggest that yOU buy earlv ' ons ' ment was as follows: Indiana. Wo are now pre-and insure yourself against with regard to the suggestions pared to .sorve you, at our barn, In ' being without when the time )vhlc'', h"v,e. nwonr',Jn s",m,e ?""- -- I!ea or Dam, Ky. Wo will be glad that Mr. i.iu.vii ueorge nau uu- to have you call and Inspect tlu so I ters vised tho recognition of Lonine or animals before breeding elsewhere. 'jomes to use them. am In u position It doesn't cost any more to Trotzky? I suggestions are to state For description sou posted bills.ASS'X wholly I1EAVEK DAM BREEDERS that these Lloyd 4019 without Mr.' foundation. By Chus W. Mulllklu. Sec buy early, you have the George ban never suggegted that Le- that the tools will be- nine mid Trotiky should bo ruoognhs-- j J -- to Russcllvlllo, Ky., where she U attending school, after a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Austin. A Social was given In the Beaver Dam Christian church, by the members of the SundaySchool. Friday evening. A large crowd attended had a good time. and cvery-on- e MIjj Bessie Alford Is the guest of her ulster, Mrs Charlie Williams and Mr. Williams, of Stone, Ky. S i Your Easter Toggery Our Millinery Department . o. ( Our Department ed Y Our Clothing Department so-call- ed We Invite You to to Buy E P. Barnes BEAVER Bro. DAM, KENTUCKY. Ro-sln- e. :c .$,,$!4..$.4..&4.4;.44i4'4'4 gov-made mBassisiwsaaaiasara -- . TinunmRe iW B&kW iifi m iaSI -- EveryFarmer in Insurance Man! I AnNyUiibElVlcN I April 14th, I5th and 16th,1919 - ..., K-as- ,n at your service need them. slightest chancu that olthor kinds of Farming Imple- not the or Italy will record recognl-z4tloFrance ments, Lime and Fertilizer ho that tho advance of the Bolfahovlki on their spring offensive Sowers, Wagons, Buggies, will .bo substantially a drive to undo Ranges, Harness, Hardware n" the outl)reak (,f th0 ihevik war when you We have ali od " It U pointed out that if (ireatL, Children Cry FLETCHER'S ASTOR'A C FOR n, 1)11)1)8 Do you believe that tbro U reu'lly somothiug which cuu Invariably tell when a man Is lying? Illggs I know It. Dlbbs Ah! Perhaps you have seen Every article in our store will be displayed and specially priced with new purchases for Easter buying. For a cash consideration we mean to make this an occasion of real saving to you. We have never shown such a complete line of Dress Goods, Silks, Georgettes, Crepe de Chines, Voils, Woolens, Waistings, White Goods, Suitings, Ginghams, and our department is more complete than ever before. We have enjoyed an unusual early sale from our Millinery Department, and for these three days special showings we have all the new creations the markets are offering for Easter. Don't fail to be with us. Our special endeavor will be to satisfy, and our big reduction in prices will mean a great saving to you on carefully selected seasonable merchandise. Hope bleach 20c, Hoosier Domestic 15c, Good Gingham 15c, Dress Gingham 22c. Everything with a new price for the three days. Supplies On 0U' sample floor. Come in and look them over. A square ilP'il'ir Ulll blOie. HlHl.l armei'S . i unci Western Kurope, they ono of the instruments? buy, may as a matter of fact, have Hlggs Seen ono? 1 married one. ,,L' deB"wUU mm i CIIK-AUNOW CLAIMS forence adjourns. '1,000,000 I'Ol'L'LATION T1,e aniiy lnun look on prospect Chicago. April 5. Postofllco au8 somuthh,K to real lintl ' """- mtiiu ti lm .In.'ilt with l.v ,.m- - tl.V thorities and the Reuben II. Donnelcm Central het"" pa ' J. D. Williams & Sons Bea-ver Dam, Ky. Cumberland Phone. force than the.armle.i of the itllles. Allies li(ain; Itassla. One of the military men said: "We are gettlnj; out of Itubsia'as fast as we can and I have no doubt the British will be ohlideed to do the same thing at tho same time. The ley Corporation, publishers of tho city directory, estimate that Chicago has passed the 3,O0'O.OOU murk, almost u million more than tho census of 1010, If this la true, Chicago may be larger today thau Paris, and tho fourth city of the world Instead of the fifth S. McHENRY, J. TICHENOR KENTUCKY &