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The Hartford republican: March 8, 1918 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1918 hao1918030801_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: March 8, 1918 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1918 $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. we Fine Job Work. VOL. XXX. Wmlfw DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE nmnmjpvtf, il OF OHIO COUNTY p Subscription $1 per Yea No. 36 MORATORIUM FOR LI. HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 1918. . I I I. i - t AIM OFFMSEMTES BEAT Germans Halted In Attack, Lose Prisoners In Op eration. HUNS YIELD TO FRENCH plnudcd by tlio largo autllonco Tlio afternoon servlco was devot- nil to nniHlc ami speeches by County Attorney A. . Kirk anil Judgo John Another patriotic nicotH. Wilson. ine will ho liohl horo tho first Sun- dny In April. TIiohg meetings aro Interesting nnd Instructive mid are ireful in developing tho patriotic nplrlt ot tho people. Cltiiens from every section of tho county should nttond tho April meeting and mnko tho crowd so big It would have to bo turned Into an open air meeting. AGE CitMiinfiiM uwffiuivjiif t in ii r I ? ;4$f vt y. k P' ... iNWr-I 2iirf .i .i . M fl Un TT W X7 44 sc-- I lllllllil M"" ""a 'ni'rw'H 'I'Vi.l-- r..rt ) vxm, h fr ..,.1 mStA W i r TimT in I r u HI asfiai,A!,3fl? 'Sv-ASSF )r' vUllJiTni flflln .7&a-- Enter Teuton Positions On Wide Front And Take Prisoners. limit enlargement OK DRAFT LAW DISCUSSED ley, It. F. Muffett, Sherman Condit, Tarlton Loyil, E. n. Bishop, W. II. Foreman, Sam Stevens, V. M. Fair, C. M. Whobrey and J. II. H. Carson. A numbor of minor cases have boon disnoseil of. nnd tho caso of Hlgdon against tho Illinois Central railroad This Is a caso growIs now on trial. ing out of the killing of young Hlgdon, a soldier boy guarding tho tres-tl- o nt Kockport, by a passenger train about n year ngo. At a former trial of this caso tho defendant was given a judgment for n small sum, but a now trial wns granted. The grand jury Is still In session, nnd lias turned In a number of indict ments. Tho grand jury will probably adjourn this week. . S. FIGHTING MEN Soldiers' And Sailors' Civil Rights Bill Approved By Congress. Washington, 4. Giving March sweeping protection to Undo Sam'a fighting men, the soldiers and sailors' civil rights bill was approved tonight by Congress. President Wilson's signature is expected within a day or so. Under tho provisions of the bill fighting men and their dependents are protected against eviction for of rent, loss ot lifo in surance through delayed premiums, the execution of mortgages against their property, loss ot their liome3 on which part payment has been made, loss of property through nonpayment of taxes, or loss ot a honi-stethrough absence or nonpayment of fees. All this protection la given on tho condition that a man's normal ability to meet his obligations has been "materially affected" by his military servlco. With the war risk Insurance bill, it Is declared by admlnlstratlpn leaders to make up the most liberal legislation In protection of a nation's fighters in history. Its final approval was by unanimous vote. Its most important features fel low: A lawsuit cannot be settled against a man who is unauie 10 appear uy reason of military servlco. Courts must appoint attorneys for such dent ad Discussing cnlnrgomont ot tho ago limit for selective military service, Crozler General Provost Marshal LOUISVILLE MARKETS. Hogs Choice heavies, 1C5 pounds and up, $17.25; 120 to 1G5 pounds, $1C05; pigs, $14. 10015. 10; roughs, $15.65 down. Cattle Prime export steers $11.50 12.00; heavy shipping $10.00 11.50; light $8.0010.00; fat heifers $7.00 11.00; fat cows $9.00 10.00; medium $7.509.00; cutters f It. I! "A pronounced majority ot tho boards favor somo enlargement, but Cl-camouflage! thero Is great diversity of opinion as to tho proper ngo Minn, JMiieieen nnd 35 arc perhaps the limits most frequently suggested; but some re REDS MAY TURN CONDEMNED BY commend 40 or 45 years as the upper limit. There is a distinctly stronger HIS OWN PEOPLE $C.757.50; canners $5.756.75; DOWN PEACE PLAN bulls $G.0O 10.50; feeders $8.00 demand for raising the maximum ago 10.50; cotskers $7.00 10. CO. than for lowering the minimum." Calves Market steady; best veals Gen. Crozler estimates that l.P.SO,-3S- S $0.00 medium acceptable single men would bo Bolsheviki To Set Up New LaFollette's Action On Na- $11.5012.00; 11.50; common $6.0009.00. mndo avallablo by an increase- In the tion in War Is Capital In City Of Sheep and Lambs The market age limit to Include men up to 40 Damned. Moscow. ruled steady; best sheep $9.00010; vears. Tho estimate places the num bucks $8.00 down; the best lambs ber of acceptable single men between $12.00 The seconds 21 years at 1,546,283. $16.00016.50; IS and j Madison, Wis., March 6. The res- $12.50; culls $8.0009.00. number of probably ncceptablo single Petrograd is being evacuated by ducks, Poultry Turkeys, already registered but not cnlled tho Uolshoviki government. Moscow olution condemning Senator men young According to these tho ancient capital. Is to again beold roosters, Is 1,321,845. wns nassed by a vote of 52 to Geese, roosters, tho age limit be en- come the scat of the Ilussinn governfigures, should Assembly this afterguineas, each, 30c. larged to include men of from IS ment, while Petrograd Is to bo mado 32 in the State noon. The resolution, passed by the can years, Inclusive, 4,257,-51- 0 a free port. Eggs Case count, years to 45 n week ago and by the Assemphysically nnd otherwise qualifi dled, leaders are prepar Senate A German Tho Holsheviki Paris, March 0. follows: would bo open for ed to withdraw even as far as to the bly ' last night on the trenches hold ed unmarried men "The people of the Stato of TRUSTEES ORGAXIZE. submit to Lorrnlno was call to service. 1'ral mountains rather than by Amorlcnn forces in stood, and fendants. Wisconsin always have the defeat ot tho revolution, accord nlways will s'tand, squarely behind repulsed, the French official stateA lawsuit begun by a person who Nearly a hundred of the school y nnnounccd. DEATH XEAK CHXTKHTOW.V. Trotzky, Holsheviki For-oling to Leon ment Issued things which aro essential to trustees met at the Superintendent's later enters military service may be Minister. American patrols operating In tho bring the present war to a suc- office here Saturday and organized postponed until the man in servlco Mr. W. T. Brown of near Center-tow- n region, tlio statement adds, The population of Petrograd is cessful Mine end, and wo condemn tho various achool divisions. Chair- Is able to give It personal attention. of old ngf and died Tuesday quitting it hurrldly and various govtook a numborjOt.Germnn prisoners. A soldier's wife or family cannot and all men for the various divisions were grip. His remains were buried yes- ernment departments are removing Senator Robert LaFolletto V Strung Auarks Continue. be evicted from any premises, rent others who have failed to &eo the elected as follows: Providence, after further Inland away from tho Ger- - rlchteousness ot our nation's cause, $5 a Attacks of larger proportions thano terday nt West Dlv. No. for which does not exceed Providence services nt We HiiulnKiulBrsw Jjplshevlkl counslls who havB failed to support our gov rv Dlv. No. 1, J. M. Hoover; into usual and Intense nrtllloryUuols.con-tlnua ii' imrrr-Tn- ..- No. 3. H. L. Car- - month..1. The court may inquireArilnr one ot tho was w . fV .nlm ouu in Moscow and the provinces are said v on tho western frout, but thero church. Mr. Drown an sucii casus uuu uiutto minV vltnl to the win uiv, reopen- - best known citizens of his commun to be more opposed to the Germans ernment in matters have been no Indications of n ning ot the war, and we denounce long and lived a fine. tyg of operations on. n largo scaleunr. ity In ! which he had a member of and a separate peaco than those In any attitudo or utterance of theirs be punishable .. ..... Hit wns nfn Lindlev. These men, with the Coun shall Petrograd. veniun sckuh i.'r.,i, In tho On homes being bought on install which has tended to Incite sedition ty Superintendent as chairman, will Baptist church. Mr. Brown commandcr-In-chle- f Tho Holsheviki nrlio attack nt tho Calonnu trenches tho among the people of our country constitute the school board for the ment payments, the contract snail seven children. has sent a messago to tho tho attackers forward COO j leaves a wifo and carried not be foreclosed for nonpayment un ...-.-. and to Injure Wisconsin's fair name Isaac ardsonafnmtof 1.200 yards ..to . tlio j Mrs. Itogors,rosier, oi uaruimi. Ada Teutonic commanders stating that before the free people of tho world." ensuing school year. Interest to tho less a court so decides after an in . of Pikesville; Mrs. Various matters of i no r n.-i- i. Foil the Germans and Austrlans aro still German fourtli line. The court may then An amendment by Assemblymnn the trustees present were discussed, vestigation. King, of Texas, and Mr. Luther fighting, despite the conclusion of took 150 prisoners. all payments to daje refunded. Rosa, LaFollette leader, which would tho most Important among them was order efBrown, ot Wyoming, children of the pence terms. Amorlcnn artillery hns shelled may stay proceedings alhave suspended judgment until after that of having tho schools of the sev- Tho court assemblage of Ger- deceased, were at Ills bedside when fectively n largo Previous reports that the hard was 77 years old the report of the United States Sen- eral divisions open the term on the together. term- of the German peace treaty, man troons In tho sector northwest tho end came. He Insurance Is defined to Includetb'.n-efit- s ate Investigating committee, lost by samo day. Such an arrangement .., nrtlllory fire, at the time of his death. The German which take from Russia thousands of from fraternal or benefit so""" --- votes, 41to 45. would bo especially useful tor chiliu-rsquare miles In Europe and Asia, only four however, has slackened considerably cieties as well as commercial lifo ii Assemblyman William Evjuo, who dren who move from one district Intill: ASSESSMENT AGAIN". Nonpayments duo to mili would not be accepted by tho ranee. fight for LaFolletto, to another during the school term. It. SIIUI.TS COMMISSIONED. congress ot Workmen's and with Rosa led the not Invalldato tho pointed out In debate that strictures It would Insure them a full term of tary service shall keep our Soldiers' Delegates, indicated also We have endeavored to policy up to ono year aftor the cioso ltldgo. war attitude had re- attendance. Dr. '.. H. Shults, of Pleasant o elements In the on tho Senator's N. readers Informed about tho progress, Hint tiin . of the war. Ho urged examinaor rather about tho lack ot progress Holsheviki rnnks woro g'alniug the sulted in three libel suits. bas passed tho required Homes Cannot P.e Sohi. WARD. alone was GARRETT of Petro that tho Senate committee tions and qualified for a commission of tho assessment of tho property fit upperhand. Evacuation Judgo him. Nonpayment of taxes cannot result as Lieutenant in tho Army medical the county, but have found It difficult grad was mentioned asono ot the In a position to for to Kcop UP with tho situation. Tho The marriage ot Miss Mlnnto B. In tho salo of a fighters property. Senator LaFolletto Is either loyal corps. iin ima honn assigned proposed. ii" measures tlio war party or disloyal." said Evjue. "It disloy Garrett, of this city, and Corporal This Includes assessment and levies duty nt Camp Croon, near Charlotte, ,l880Sbng o tj,0 precincts has finally and Trotzky. al ho should bo kicked from tho Sen- Dewey E. Ward, of Camp Shelby, of evory sort for either national, stato " completed, nnd tlio board of su N U. Ullio uuuiii been Refusal of tho peaco treaty by tho He said LaFolletto never has Miss., took place at the homo of Rev. or local governments. Sam's army: porvlsors was expected to meet Mon- Dhyslclans to Undo congress when It meets at Moscow ate." . DoWeeso, of . I. .. il. lf.o l.nf Mm next week probably will cause the been guilty of such attacks on the T. C. Ecton, 251 East Maxwell street,- Mino claims, timber claims, and niloy. of Hartford; , . k mformea U8 that President as has Theodore Roose- who performed tho ceremony, on Frl- farm claims all are guarded against Pordsvllle: Smith, of Cromwell; Ford, downfall of Lenlno and Trotzky, If After foreclosure by tho government either Lday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. resigned; DoWltt, tjtUo recapitulation sheet must first go they do not resign beforo hand. A velt. u of Hartford, "Why docs not tho same standard tho wedding the happy couple loft for for failure to perform work, absence, 1 Kockport. and Shults, ot t'lcasaiu to Frankfort for approval by the section of the Dolshovlki Is said to ho asked: of fees or failure to Hartford, Ky., to visit the parents of Ridge. State Tax Commission beforo being lean toward tho social revolutionists of patriotism apply?" newspapers of distort the groom. Ho accused make Improvements. to the county board of of tho Left, who havo been opposed submitted asTO CLI1AK Till: HKCOIUh Mrs. Ward will make her homo lu General provisions are made that supervisors, and that It will probab to tho Lenlno regime and inclined to ing facts against LaFolletto, and of this city after tho trip. courts may enter such judgments in ly bo three weeks yet beforo tho local be friendly to" the entente allies, al- sorted that capitalists were back Tho bride hold a position In, the all cases as may be "equitable" both propaganda attacking him. Aninndn Davis, of Sunnydnlo. wns supervisors can begin tholr work. though favorablo to an Immedlato the V brought tolophono company hero and is a bus- to tho debtor and creditor. Making into Circuit Court Monday general peaco. CIRCUIT COURT OPENS. charged with being a woman of uniness young woman and very attrac- of reasonable arrangements instead Apparently Germany unwittingly MOTHKIl AXD CHILD D1K. subjoct to becoming tive. . sound mind and of enforcing tho absolute provisions played into tho hands ot tho AllCircuit Court met Monday with a chargo on tho Stato. Sho is, in fact, Tho bridal couple have tho best of the act against cither party to suits a acMrs. Hen Kissinger and hor nine Russlan congress by granting a re- - small crowd of visitors present, and wishes of many friends for a happy a person of sound mind, but on under the bill is discouraged. busmonths old bauy died near Heaver splto beforo tho treaty should bo many Jurors and wltnossos absent. llfo together. Lexington Horald. count of a disability to transact and Pneu-nionl- ratified. Reports from Petrograd in- ad- Dam, this week, of moaslea . Dusy season with tho farmers and iness, incurred by having boon INCOME TAX MAX HERE. Mrs Kissinger died Tuesday dlcnto that. THE JUXlORS HUSY. some fear of smallpox affected tho of unsound mind several years judged morning when Wednesday atendanco. Judgo Slack arrived from ngo, tho Inquiry wan hold for tho night and John T. May, Deputy Intornal Rev-euu- o MIL II. J. VOUXCJ DEAD. were being made to The Junior auxiliary of the Owensboro Sunday night, and ho with purpose- of correcting tho record In preparations Collector, Is here this week, county, tnko her remains to Uutler C. E. Attorney chapter of the Red Cross, is as Commonwealth's income tax ordor that sho might legally transRockport, March 4. Mr. H. J. en- - aud citizens interested in homo, for burial, tho docis her former County Attorney A. D. busy as a beehive. Nearly the fer somo real estate ot which she matters may consult him nt Glenn & ot Young, one of tho oldest and most Smith and to tor advised waiting that tho bodies Kirk answored the call of tho court tiro school is devoting some time possessed. office. Mr. May is a the mother and child might bo takon highly respecea "l"""Bnu;;""""''houso bell at 9 o'clock Monday morn-qulot- the work. Tho girls are working on Slmmerman's very courteous gentloman, and will passed Tho baby died Wednesday, togothor. IMTUIOTIO ItAIilA'. children's clothing and tho boys aro tako pleasure In giving any Informao. i i. " snlppings. IIUlllU nr . and the bodies ot mothor and child Ul II1U t.A...n v. i,iu iiniiinTor. nir. Moro than half of tho jurors sum making gun wipers and tho incomo tax meeting at tho Meth- were taken In tho samo wagon to Young had llvod horo for many yoars moned for sorvlco failed to appear Snlpplngs are small squares of cloth tion required about Tho Patriotic well burial yesterday and wns well known as a former busi- and additional names wero drawn used for filling comfort pillows. The regulations. It in doubt consult llutlor county for odist church Sunday was him. Tho family recently camo ness man in this section. Dcsldos and much Interest manifested morning. wheel, but tho Juries auxiliary has orders from tho par couuty. many trlonds ho leaves a daughter, from tho jury 25 dovoloped. complete to Denver Dam from Dutler and great enthusiasm wero finally completed by summon ent house at Cleveland to Tho Pneumonia Season. Mrs. N. C. Her, ot this place, and ing sots ot capes with hoods and 25 sots Tho services were opened with Tho cold, damp .weather ot March sons, D. G. Young, ot Beaver ot four two orchestra, UIEll IX HOSPITAL. by tho 14luslc Tho following wore Impaneled as of pinafores for children coins to bo tho most favorable tor tho or juuo. Dam, and J. R. Young, ot Greensboro, grand bv singing of Amorlca In Jurors: E. G. Dodson, J. W. years of age, by tho first Pnoumonia germ. Now Is the time Taylor N. C. which tho congregation Joined hear I Mm Lawrence Anient, of Muffett, J. D. Holbrook, C. I. Maxoy, to bo careful. Pnoumonia often reJUDGE HENSON'S SPEECH. tily Judgo W. H. Barnes in a very ( Minos, died in a Louisvlllo hospital D. M. Jones, Will Hlmes, J. W. Gray, DEATH AT ALMSHOUSE. Henson, ot Hendor-so- n, sults from a cold. The quicker a cold Judge J. W. foniini? nnd uunroprlato speech for Tuesday nnd hor body was brought Will Newcomb, Plummer danger. Mrs. Eliza Evans died at tho alms- W. G. Kirk, spoke at the court house horo Is gotton rid ot tho less the jnally presented tho flag upon which homo for burial in Llborty.cometry, Dennett, Joo Wosterfleld, John Alof his candi- Ah soon as tho first indication ot a house Wednesday ulght. Mrs. Evaus went to Monday in tho interest Mrs. Ament was attached a star for each Ohio yesterday. soveuty years old and for- len. Judgo ot tho Court of Ap- Cold appears tako Chamberlain's county boy In tho sorvlco. Rov. A. Louisville about a week ago for to was above at Arnold. Sho was the The petit jury A. J. Brown, A. L. dacy for merly lived speech was temperate Cough Remedy. As to tho value ot D. Lltchflold dollvored tho response. uudor go an oporatlou, nnd felt well Haird, Clayton Bozarth, Luther Min- peals. His this preparation, ask anyono who Henderson, enough at the time to walk to tho do widow ot Mack Evans who died about timed and mado a favorable Judgo J. W. Honson, of Cox, Thad Barnard, John well m has used It. two years ago. Her romulns wer or, Tom ,. on hk audience. in trin tip. ndilre3S that was . not. Wo wero not advised ot the Drown, Wayno Stevens, Dennis Aah- ap- -' details ot tho funeral. taken to Arnold for burial. generously well received aud more tlio American troops holding the Hector east of St. Mlhlol, proved In French Lorraine, have inuro than a match for themselves tho Germans. Another of tho numerous i mid en btrokes the Germans on this front upon, ltavo been launching recently tho Amorlcnn positions was driven conIn last night, apparently with siderable force, as tho attack wns ono to warrant notice in It was French official statement. by the Americans. Howmet nnnly ever, as was last week's German thrust In the same region, and tho enemy was driven back. atResides repulsing this enemy tho Americans on tho Lorraine tack In front woro active In patrol work. thoy took prisoner a number which of Germans. Onco 's said: " - ' - 25-28- c; 19-20- c; 17-20- c; -- 22-25- c; 17-22- c; 26-2S- c; nt-ta- ck 28-30- c. to-dn- gn v. I -- I .,. s.riTt-jSL.-rs.- 2 - an nnn-nouc- -- e nt n. - ly o-- I fol-iw- slt .iii....i 1 jpunt'iwmigill 1 WPfBfci- - HOOTS AT BRYAN And The Jawbone Of The Platte Retires In Defeat. President might Justly call him an Intolerable autocrat. Yot all tlicao charges aro made, many of them with unimpeachable, evidence, against tho executive of a national Industry employing hundreds of thousands of men and women scattered through every city and Tillage In tho country. Thoy are mado against a membor of Cabinet, Postmaster Mr. Wilson's General Burleson. Tho New Itcpub-11c. 2,000,000 HUNS FRONT ON WESTERN Id Nervous Mothers Should Profit by the Experience of These Two Women Buffalo, N. Y. "I nm tho mother of four children, nnd for nearly threo years i sullcrcd from a female trouble with pains In my back nnd side, nnd n general weakness. I had professional nttendanco most of that tlmo but did not seem to get well. As a last resort I decided to try Lydia K. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound which I had seen ndvcrliscd in tho newspapers, nnd in two weeks noticed a marked improvement. I continued its uso nnd nm now frco from pam nnd nblo to do nil my houso work." Jlre. B. jj. Zieujmka, 202 Woisa Street, IJiiilab, X. Y. On All Fronts, Germany Has 3,130,000 Men Opposed To Allies. 'I GROANS AND HISSES Paris, March 2. Tho IJcho do Paris, referring to tho distribution of When you hnvo a bilious attact enemy forces on tho different fronts, yourllvor falls to perform Its function. says: front thoro "On the The food you oat ferments In your A Billions Attnct. Franco-British m tfit 'i it i havo been for several mouths past Drown For The First Time 152 German divisions, of which Til The Voice of The Elowero opposed by tho British nnd tho rjfl quent Prohibitionist. remainder by the French. Following tho recent British offensive nt Ca tn- Portland, Ind. "T hnd a displacement nnd suffered I.bral, this proportion wns modified. so imuiy lrom it nt tunes I could not bo on my feet now exactly 15 divisions Toronto, Fob, 28. William JenThere are nt nil. I was nil rim down nnd so weak I could not m on tho Franco-Britis- h front, each nings Hrynnt wns refused a hearing quarter. do my housework, was nervous and could not lio down nt ni:rht. .I took treatments from a nlivsician comprising about 5.S50 bayonets.and when ho appeared at Massel Hall . ... if. . um. uiry urn hoc iieip nu. Aiy Aunt recomniniuieii to address a prohibi Including artillery, engineers, etc., or hero KlIXTUCKIAXS IX KANSAS I triml Vili.l h,. rinkh.tmV. Vr mtnl f Viniiinutifl. giving meeting under the nuspleccs of tion about 12,000 men in all, thus it and now I am strong and well again and do about 2,000,000 Gorman combatants tho Dominion Alliance. Holds Social Bouillon Many Ohio my own work and I ghe Lydia K. I'inlthanfs on tho Franco-Britis- h front Returned soldiers caused tho disCniiutlniis I'lVlMll. of , "In view of tho uncertainty turbance by shouting various epithets. Kninu:, Vio West J toco Street, l'ortlaud, lid. In storo "What about tho Lusltanla?" they 2G. A number what Russian anarchy has Weir, Kans., Feb. Every Sick Woman Should Try also demanded In chorus. of Weir City people, native Kcntuck- - for them .tho Germuns have loft The first disturbance came before ians, and their families, gathered at j about a million men on the "S, Mr. Bryant's entry when tho chair- the homo of our esteemed friend and front. As n mutter of man told tho audience they wero to kinsman, Mr. G. C. Butler, at (5:00 fact, the movements affected havo bo honored by listening to the frater- P. M. on Tuesday. Feb. 26, for a resulted not in a diminution of tho n Leanal delegates of the Kentucky reunion In honor of Geo. number of fighting units on this front, gue of America, "one of tho foremost W. Arbuckle, a native of Ky., who Is but in their quality. "On tho Italian front Germany has citizens of our ally." hero on a visit from his home In LYDIA E.PINKHAM MEDICINE CO. LYNN. MASS. of the 45 Aus sent to Tho chairman refrained from men- 'l nnnncsnn i tioning Mr. Bryan's name as long as trla '"visions only 7 dlvMuns. or ffgSFBEBBg After onjoylng an oldfashloned ho could, but when It came out at dinner, such as only the good Women about 100,000 men "On the Balkan front she has scut last it was greeted by a chorus or 'of Kentucky are capable of preparing, COST AKTILL1 unkuowii to the sons of Krin until cat calls and cries, "we don't want Wo finished tho evening with music, only ."50,000 combatants to reinforce do so, you can and ought to borrow In Asia the required amount of additional one I)r Outliers in 1773 Imported him." The chairman appealed to the folk songs, with tho tang of our tho Turks and Bulgarians. Germany has restricted her help to capital from the Federal Land Hank Costs .s:t(),00l) to SiliMiro a Single two small reptiles, then considered audience, it was not a good thing for grand old State from whence many of Louisville under the provisions of a curiosity. city, they wero doing, ho said, furnishing general staffs. tho Hat lory. of us came. Pleasant memories sco the cause we "Consequently Germany, whoso to- the Federal Farm Loan Act. Tho "Tho first man to really and "a bad thing were indulged in by many and events strength is 5,500.000 men. has on Federal Farm Loan Hoard at Washsiinkes In Ireland," says Sergt. represent." cause all of us tp be tal recalled that With tho French Armies In tho Murphy, "wns a friend of Dr. the various fronts 3, 130,000 men. the ington has approved an amendment proud we hall from Kentucky. When Gulthers. This occurred ono night being required for guard- to the Charter of Tho Hartford Na- Field. Feb. 16. (lly Mall.) Pandemonium Breaks Loose. persons were pres remainder The following by tho 19 IS offensives begin on tho when tho man, an liabltunl drinker, ing the Swiss nnd Dutch frontiers tional Farm Loan Association Then Mr. Bryant came in and panent: occupation of the Invaded which it Is now authorized to uCcept French front Whether they be nlll-e- d awakened out of a drunken sleep loose. Most of the and for the demonium broke Mr. Geo. W. Arbuckle, Mr. and or Gorman they will be preceded nnd saw tho doctor's pets crawlng from bona tide farmers applications territories." audience stood up, waved handkerMrs. J. S. Arbuckle, D. F. Arbuckle, him, but tho anon farming land, situated by the grentest nnd costliest artillery over tho Moor of his homo. for loans Dr. chiefs and cheered Mrs. Oscar Arbuckle, Mrs. Mary Butpreparation tho world has ever seon. Outliers, after that, claimed snakes anywhere In Ohio county. swering hoots from the gallery outHow's ter, M"rs. B. F. Smith, Miss Itubyc During every day of theso prelimi to ho a positive cum for drunkenness, You can borrow fiO per cent of the lasted tho cheers. Wo offer One Hundred Dollars Itcwnrd Leyburn, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Butter, For five minutes Mr. Bryan tried to Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Stewart, Mr. and for "m" ci?" of Catarrh that rinnot be appraNcd value of your land, provid- nary artillery battles millions of dol but St Patrick why he novor even cureil by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. per cent does not oxceed lars of the world's wealth will dis- saw one." make himself heard but it was no Hall's Catarrh Medicine has been taken ed said ,Mrs. J. W. Stewart, Marcell Stewart, m by catarrh sufferers for the past tlilrty-flv- e $10,000 00. Loans arc made for a appear In smoke, gas, explosions and use and the interrupters sang "Rule Joo Whitmore, Mary Catherine years, and has become known as tho poriod of IH'j years and the rato of Iron fragments. Despondency Due to Constipation. Britannia," forcing the audience to Mrs. remedy for Catarrh Hall's Clarence most reliable Tho battles will mark the culminatCatarrh Medicine acts thru the Blood on interest Is 5 M per cent. Payment Is join in that and "God Save the King." Whltmore, Helen Whitmore. Women often become nervous and Wilson, Mrs. Marshall, Mr. and Mrs. the Mucous surfaces, expelling the PoiThey inquired about the Lusltanla made on the amortization plan. I. e., ing point In tho concentration and despondent. When this I.s duo to healing the disC. Goeble, Cecil B. Goeble, Itubyo son from the Blood and payment of a certain flxed amount power of artillery. Since tho find constipation It is easily corrected by eased portions. and sang "Over There,, and "Wo J. Goeble, Es.ther Goeble, Corbett After you have taken Hall's Catarrh C months, which will bo ap- months of the war demonstrated that taking an occasional dose of ChamWon't Go Home Until Morning." Medicine for a short time you will see a each Goeble. Mrs. Floy Daugh-ertIn your Keneral up and shook their fists at proximately $3.35 per hundred dol- - tho derlhlon must rest largely with berlain's Tablets. Theso tablets nro Kreat Improvement Men stood Eula Daugherty. Cora Daugh-erthealth. Start taking Hall's Catarrh Modi-cin- e of State. dals, which liuiudes both Interest and luavy artillery, the allies have boon easy to lake and pleasant in effect m tho American at once and Mrs. It. S. Jame3, Mr. and Mrs. foi testimonials, pet rid of catarrh Send principal, and interest, at tho end carrying out a steady programe of free. on Soldiers showed tho service button F J. CHENHT & CO.. Toledo. Ohio. Mr. llinli pnntc ntlrl sliniltpil llnfinilPO nt W. O. Ireland, "Jack" Iredand, of the timo for which tho loan I.s Increase that has now Touched Its FLOWING WKLL ItltOl CUT Sold by all DrurelMs. 75c. Mrs. W. T. Butler. Evelyn But- full development made. thoso who pleaded for a hearing for ix ox Tin: majous fahm ler, Mr. andMrs. G. C. Butler, Mr. , ., ,. IMS Tho allien will enter tho An application ten of $.r. 00 for a uxdf.p. guise of fedkual A. Rhoades, and Juanita loan of $1,000.00 or leas and 50 cent campaign with the highoitt concena wav The drillers at tho Mojors farm In Enthusiastic prohibitionists who and Mrs. J. officeks Arbuckle. tration of artillery that It In practic- tho Carl Dresser tract, drilled Into for each additional $500.00 must wished to hear Mr. Bryant hurled ONK PRESENT. able to utilize. If loan tho application. across the hall counter calls of "Put the llrst sands at a depth of a lltvfj5 Sejiaour, Ind., Fob. 23 Jac:..o' o While It is doubtful If Germany has over Mvo hundred feet. After pengranted, foo will be refunded and "Where's your fair county authorities aro trying to lothem out!" tt play?" The chairman was heard to ClmmlHTluln's Cotijh Koniedy a cate two strangers who aro alleged each applicant must pay In advance been nblo to keep up with tho allied etrating tho sand four feet, tho tools for Cold1.. something about ejecting the inbay to have taken nine sacks of wheat or secure the cost of appraisement heavy artillery program, jet. owing wero withdrawn when tho well began living of his land, which will probably b to tho practical elimination of ltustdn, to fill up and In n short tlmo oil wns terrupters. Ho was greeted with farmers Hour from soveral J. L. Easley, Macon, III., in sreak-i- n east of the city after representing from $2.50 to $5.00. dopendlng on Its die will have at hor disposal as great pouring out over tho top do it?" A tank cries of "Who's going to of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy themselves as agents of tho Federal location. Each applicant must fur-nS- i concentration of artillery as It is wiih procured and connected with tho says, "During the past fifteen years, Government. an abstract of title, prepared b possible to use. well. Tho oil from this well Is rich The men called at one Pyim Takes Seat. Military expediency makes it Im- In gas and Is, apparently, ono of thu it has been n.y sister's favorite medi- home and made a thorough Inspec the Abstracter belccted by tho Asso Mr. Brya'n took his beat. After carrying elation and approved by the Hank possible to give a precise Idea of what best grades found so far. Oil men John II. Roberts, of Montreal, cine for colds on the lungs. I myself tion of the premises. an attempt to speak, but was have taken it a number of times when, the flour to their closed vehicle thoy which will cost him $15.00 per tract each lay of the 10 IS artillery prepar- here concur In tho opinion that this mado suffering with a cold and It always re-- ar(J sa(1 to ,,avo tol(l tho farmcr thal plus the cost of copying, which will ations Is going to cost. A few gener- is a good well. This No. 2 well is told to "get the khaki on." m they would return In a short time average $3.00 per abstract. al figures can bo given, howeu-- r that conservatively of the Army Medical Ueved me promptly. estimated at 100 Then a man next appraisement will begin will enable oho to arrive at some idei barrels, although a baler test shows The Corp, dressed In uniform, was hoistand get homo smoked meat and part CONVICTS KILL PIMSON moro. Jus what It of tho canned fruit in tho ctllar. The April tho 1st. Farmers desiring u of tho tilur.t'; tests, of mater'..! and considerably ed on tho platform. (JUAIM) AM) TIIKX FLKK strangers drove away rapidly after loan should apply to McDowell A. wealth that a'i about to open. will produce when Dually drilled and "Boys, they are fighting for freeHartford, It has iioin o'einoit.striUed that to shot. Is problematic. making their raids, and so far as Fogle, Secretary-Treasure- r, Leltclifiold Ga dom at tho front; they aro also fightJefferson City, Mo., Fob. 2S Ell known they havo left tho vicinity. for an application blank and any oth- destroy an ciioiny battery fhi or ul zette. ing for freedom of thought. Why m!lc3 behind tho linos, n 155 millishould we interrupt the meeting?" Jenkins, guard at the Missouri State Word was sent to other farmers In er desired information. meter gun must flro no le.ss than SO0 LOT to vhv.k iiociii: prison, was killed this morning by the community to watch for tho men Ho appealed to tho gallery. HITS OF IXFOUMATIOX. shots. It costs about $15 u shot. In IMtlSOXKIlS IS roiLKI) Tho appeal was In vain ."God save two convicts who, with a third whom and to hold them if thoy called. othor words, It costs about $30,000 tho King," was sung again, and tho .hey released, then scaled the prison Twenty-fou- r lumber yards In Wis- to silence a single battery. ATTKXTIOX, OHIO Salt Lako City, Utah, March 2. soldiers In the gallery shouted, "Take walls and escaped. In past offensives It hns been noth- That a plot to release German aliens COUXTV I'AltMKKS consin now employ women a.s lumber When Guard Jenkins opened the Bryan out, or wo'll walk out. We'll ing uncommon for tho Germans to nt the war prison barracks at Fort handlers. cell door to let Convicts Kenneth let any man speak, but not a Utah has threo natural bridges that concentrate COO batteries on a The Government has already mado Douglas, nnd to destroy public uulhlA Urower and David Iiartlett go to work front. This means 'l 1,000,000 lugs in Suit Li' lie City, has been reAfter the band had played another they seized and bound him and then loans to all our Allies across the aro higher and of greater span thun air, Mr. Bryan mado a brief, but futilo stabbed him to death. Tho convicts seas, viz: Kngland, Franco, Italy, any other natural brldgo in the world. for this one Item alono on a front of vealed, tho police bellovo, through tho All tho boasts, numbering thous- that size. attempt to nnko hi.nself heard. Then rolcased Joo Finney, placed boards Uolglum, &c. Now it is willing nnd arrebt of Frank Dlmok, alias l'otsold, Hut It Is not Imposslblo that actions a Gorman subject, escaped. They anxious to mnko loans to tho most ands, formerly in the vast supply zoo ho took a ii. sir to tho odgo of tho against tho wall and platform and t.unul to th-- reporters, wore serving sentences of live to eight Important nnd powerful of ull our of tho Hagcnbeck Brothers, at Ham- may occur this .spring on fronts of Tho arrest was effected when Dlm Allies, viz: Tho great army of farm- burg, Germany, havo been butchered 100 miles, which would increase this ok applied for his registration card (6: an iustniit. years. tho noise a', teas-luers here at homo. You "Soldiers of and fed to tho Kaiser's soldiers. Tho ono item to mora thnu $210,000,000 In Dlmoks possession wero found a m tho Soil," it is now up to yuu to in- collection included lions, tigers, jaAnother tusk of tho artillery Is to secret code, a map of Salt Lako City, AS INCIDENT OF THIS WAlt. crease your efficiency and produc- guars, leopurds, tho rlnoceros and cut away tho enemy's barbed wire en- with arrows pointing toward Fort FOR FLETCHER'S tanglements. At u dlstuucu of two Douglas and the statu capltul, and They had returned to tho trenches. tion to the utmost. If necessary to hippopotamuses. or threo miles l.OffO shells from u diagram which tho prisoners An English officer was missing. admitted battery aro necessary to bo of United States fortlficatioim Someone hud seen him fall. Learnto cut a breach L'5 yards In the wire. and encampments. Mil. HUltLESOX INDICTED. ing of tho spot, his brother, also a in the U. S. In u lingo offensive, such us may bo Dlmok had been under surveillance member of tho company, begged tho expected tills year, wires must bo de- for two wuuks. Tho If anyone should tell tho President privilege to attempt to find and bring authorities say stroyed on fronts of 100 or 150 miles. thoy are convinced that ono of tho largest employers of hlin In. Tho permission was granted. that a plot existed Harrngu fires aro also terrlblo shell to effect a labor in tho United States not only The brother cropt out into No Man's wholosalo delivery of alleu eaters. Thousands of shells aro con- prisoners at Fort Douglus. is hostile to the unions of his workers Land as best ho could Ho found sumed in a uiluuto in this way. And but is using his great iulluenco to him lying at tho bottom of a shell sometimes tliu barrages must lust havo their right otorgunlze forbidden holo. Ho managed to lift him out, TOUCIIKI) TKNDKIt SPOT. for hours. by Congress, Mr. Wilson would prob - and finally bore him buck within tho Shells will largely win tho war ttbly be nugry. If ono should go on 'lines. Hut when ho laid him down Porcy was in an ungracious mood. this year. Tho allies aro ulruady as- Tho car was packed, and to say that this employor had granted tho llfo had Med. "Aro you not sorry throe ladles, sured of Biipurloroty. Hut an ever who Imagined thoy no increases in wages for fen years, now," said tho commanding offlcor, had u right to his increasing superiority in shells, that seat, glarod ut hi that ho made no provisions for super- "that you ventured all this?" "No." in In nn obvious, discan como only from America, will approving annuated employes, that he allowed was tho reply, "becauso when I lookbort of fuflhiou. Still Pershorten the war ns nothing else. no that ho gavo no extra ed down Into that shell hole ho lookcy btuck to his seat as though ho wero pay for night work, that ho summari- ed up into my faco and smiled, and glued to It, and protendod to bo ably dlhchurgod olticors of unions who said, 'I knew you would come,'" SXAKKS IX IHLLAM)'.' sorbed in his newspaper. publibhed their grievances, that ho Shall not all our sons and brothers FAKK, DF.OLAULS .MUltl'IIY "Why should get up?" ho thought would not answor their petitions or In Franco know that by every moans uugullantly. consult with thorn, thai ho refused In our power wo too will coiuo to U. S. Murine Training Camp, March Hut at last ho was unable to stnnd delegatus leave of absonco to attend meet their needs? 2. That St. Pntrlek never saw any the Indignant glaring longer. Ho national conventions of their associaThrough the bplundid work of tho snukos In Ireland, lot alono dtlvu roso and obsorved: tions, that he sought to prevent them V, M. C. A., puslied right up to tho thoni out, Is tho clulm of Patrick Mur"Will tho oldest of you ladles honfrom pntkontiug their grievances to troucheH, each of us can know the phy, native of Ireland and sergeant in or mo by accepting my sent?" Congroiw or inlluoiictng legislators deep ruwurd that lies in that short tho Marine Corps hero. Tho honor was uot accoptod aud thru any chiumol oxcept himself, tho bcutenco: "I know you would come." Snakes, declares Murphy, were Percy sat down. This stomach Instead of digesting. nnd came Infinities tho stomach nausea, vomiting and a terrlblo headache. Take Chamberlain's Tablets. They will tono up your liver, clean out your stomach nnd you will soon bo as well ns ever. They only cost a 1 ht tft . !.- - it jn llusso-llumanl- an Anti-saloo- E COMPOUND I asaaEMMamigaasaBga fr This? y, y, cart flour Fa-firl- h lo to-da- ! t Children Cry R CASTO 'A Somewhere A. sick-leav- e, 1 1L x'coNvoyePl 1 k-- 4frA i mim- - tMiaMiMinHlM . y -- . . iff. iln tr?t x m S troops In Franco. When such a sup-pTHE THIIII) 1X)AN Simmermnn, Mrs. T. S. Marks, Miss Is accumulated, the quantities per Myrtlo Lashbrook, Mrs. J. H. Wilson, Mrs. .1. It. I'lrtlo, Mrs. O. T. (tovcrnmenl Calls For Another Three man will bo reduced. INTRODUCES BILL Hums, Mrs. Marvin llcan, Miss MarTho Qunrtcrmnstcr General's DeJIlllloil liOllll. partment now hns on hnnd and duo tha Khonds, Mrs, Marthn Iloss, Mrs. On April C, on outstanding contracts, 7,D64,000 C. K. Smith, Miss Lolla Olcnn, Mrs. Wnshlngton, March 1. J. II. 11. Carson, Mrs. Ira D. Ucan, tho first anniversary of tho United field shoes nnd7,873,00O marching Would Force Railroads To It will bo necessary to sccuro Mrs. W. II. Ilnrncs, Mrs. J. S. Glenn, States' entry into tho war, tho third shoes. Operate Regular PasMrs. Annlo I.nshbrook, Mrs. V. I). Liberty Loan will open, Thcro will moro thnn n million additional shoes DoWitt, Mrs. Ilowan Holbrook, Mrs. bo a campaign of three or four weeks. during tho year. senger Trains. n C. M. Ilnrnctt, Mrs. W. C. Schlommor, In announcing tho dnto Miss Norino II. Ilnrnctt, Miss Hcnt-rlc- o Secretary McAdoo said tho amount WHAT TO DO FOR Till IIOKSK. llayncs, Mrs. Kiln Illnton, Miss of tho loan, tho Interest rnto and othMr. I.cach Introduced tlio following A good grooming costs no money, Mil, which wim ordered to ho print- I.cttlo Hell, Miss Annlo Hay Carson, er features such as convertibility of Miss Marlain Likens, Mrs. II. P. Tay- bonds of provious Issues, maturity nnd is cqunl to two quarts of oats. ed and referred to tlio Coinmltteo on Keep your homo's feet soft, and Common Carrier and Commerce, viz: lor, Mrs. John I Tailor, Mrs. Lena and terms of payment, aro yet to bo C. Mount, Miss Margaret Williamdetermined, nnd that new legislation have him shod often. More feet are An net to nmend anil Scc- ruined in tho stable thnn on tho road. tlnt. 772-n- , Kentucky StntutcH, relat- son, Mrs. W. K. Rills, Mrs. K. D. Cox, will bo necessary beforo plans can bo Humanely destroy tho worn-ou- t, J. W. Kord, Mrs. L. I. Foreman, Miss completed. ing to tlio operation of railroads in incurably lame horse. If you sell May Mount, C. I Kcown, Miss Mnry Details Not Complete. mis (.'otnmonwcnitn. Tho fact that tho amount of tho him, tho money that you rocoive is Ho it enacted by tlio General Aisom-hl- y Austin Carson, Miss Mnry J. Hcan, Mr. W. II. Coombs, Henry Pirtlc, J. loan is dependent on further legisla- blood money. of the Commonwealth of KenPunctuality in feeding nnd waterE. Foglo, Heatrlco Hean, 0. H. Tins-Ic- tion indicated that it will bo for more tucky: Important. W. J. Hean, Miss Lilllo Hurton, than $3, COO, 000,000, tho remainder of ing tho horses Is very 772-n- , Sec 1. That Section of the A. K. Anderson, A. K. Anderson, Jr., authorized but unissued bonds, and They will worry and lose flesh if kept . I. n lfntlf llntrl Ulnlnlnd flntltiM III UIU Ulllllinj kill! tilled, UlUlill Knth-crln- o tho fact that certificates of indebted- waiting beyond the regulnr time. operation of railroads in thin Com- Krncst Woodward Anderson, If tho hoqr is kept supplo nnd elasAnderson, S. A. Hratcher, Mrs. ness now being sold in anticipation of monwealth, bo nml tlio samo Is here-lt- y S. A. Hratcher, W. S. Tlnslcy, E. Y. the loan bear 4 V& per cent, affords tic by soaking, there will bo much amended liy ntrlklng out nil of less trouble from foot lameness, paid section and Inserting In lieu I'nrk, Wilson Jones G. K. Woolen, J. soma indication of tho interest rate. II. Thomas, C. It. Ward, H. W. MorHow largo tho loan shall bo de- which stnrts because of a dry, conllitA'of thn frillinvlni?! tracted hoof that has no elasticity. 5 Thnt nil corporations, companies, ton, Miss Sophia Woernor, Darrell pends lnrgcly, however, on tho fnto Sullcugcr, Charley Smith, J. A. of tho pending war flnanco bill carrypersons or associations owning nnd WANTED AT ONCK. operating a railroad in this Common- Howard, Jr., Gross Schroader, Mrs. ing nn appropriation of a half billion Everybody who knows any news A. K. Anderson, Dr. J. II. Tappan, dollars, and action on tho railroad wealth or any branch of any railroad items, little or big, to report it to in Ails Commonwealth, tlio length of A. I). Kirk, II. Ashury Hocker, Ethel bill, with Its appropriation of a simi- Tlio Republican. Hluklcy, Guy Cox, Illnton Leach, M. lar amount. which exceeds flvo miles, shall ho reDemonstration Asked. quired nnd they nro lieroby directed, L. Hcavrln, Otto C. Mnrtln, Marvin MARKED UP WITH THANKS. Although Mr. McAdoo made no speto run nt least ono iinssongcr train Hcan, Miss Edna Hudson, Mrs. S. T. r, Schlem-mccific nnouncement, it is now taken each wny on every ilny nf tlio yoar Harnett, James Glenn, Mr. Wo have a few hundred subscribers Hlnnton Ellis, Mrs. Nellie Pearl for granted in official circles that over said lino, anil in addition thereYeLser, J. Hunter Matthews, J. A. thero will ho but ono moro loan be- whoso prayerful attention we call to, If only ono passenger train Is run to tho letter below. Read it and go each wny every day In the year, over Tnto, Mrs. J. A. Tnto, Lorenzo C. foro Juno :!0,the end of the fiscal thou and do likewise. Acton, A. C. Acton, W. M. Fair, Mrs. year. said Hue, snld corporations, compan Centertown, Feb. 28, 1918. W. M. Fair, M. T. Likens, Mrs. J. concerning tho dato Tho statement ies, persons or associations shall he Editor Republican, required and they aro hereby direct- G. Kcown, Mrs. Elvira Morton, James of tho campaign was made at this Hartford, Ky. G. H. Likens, Amos Car- time, Secretary McAdoo explained, to ed to equip n stiluclout number of II. Williams, Dear Sir: Enclosed find $5.00. son, Frank Illacl;, James F. Gillespie, glvo every community time to pre-patheir local freight trains, operated Ken-do- r, for the big bond sale, and ho Please mark me up a few notches. over such railroad line, for passen W. II. Gillespie, Mrs. Carlisle It is carelessness In a person getClarcnco Casebler, Miss Eva strongly advocated popular demonger service, to inmiro tho running of ot ting so far behind but the publisher nt least ono of such local trains, so Taylor, Mrs. Kato Hcdrick, Aleck strations of patriotism on tho day is nboat ns much to blame as the subequipped for passenger servlco, over Curtis, Honiilo Illair, Ivan Nail, Sa- tho opening of the loan and the secscriber or they would not let us get Bald lino of railway, oach way, ovory die Hudson, Kathleen Turner, A. C. ond year of tho war. "The campaign should begin with so far behind. I will try to do better day In the year, Sunday excepted; Porter, Harriett Floner, Mrs. Win. in the future. l'rovided. however, that tho provis- Hcan, Mrs. C. M. Crowe, T. II. Hlack, great demonstrations of patriotism in Elizabeth Mooro, Clara Robertson, every city, town and hamlet in tho ions of this act xhnll not apply to NEW LICENSE ORDER. mere coal switches or any switch Mrs. W. S. Tlnsley, Mrs. J. C. Her, country that will truly express tho or branch which has chartered and Clevo Her, Jr., Norman Her, E. P. spirit of aroused America. On this All Hotels, , Restaurants and Hoard-In;- ? V. C. Elgin, E. W. Ford, dato overy American should plodgo may used by any corporntlon.com-pan- y Houses Included. .1. II. Klrkondoll. T. V. Klrkendoll, anew to his government tho full or person merely for tho purpose of carrying freight or coals to S. L. King, M. II. 'Harnnrd, James measure of his resources and rosolvo Tho following notice is issued PIrtle. P. II. Tnylor, J. I). Williams, to make ovory required sacrifico in their main line or track. through tho oflico of the federal food as- Uov. A. U. LItchtleld, II. E. Mischke. tho same fervent spirit that impclls Sec 2. That any corporation, for Kentucky: sociation, company or venon who V. W. Hiley, Mrs. W. W. Itlloy. Al our gallant sons In tho trenches In administration "All hotels, restaurants, boarding bert Itial, 11. T. Taylor, Mrs. A. J. Franco and ou tho waters of tho Atshall wilfully violate tlio provisions houses and other public eating places of this art shall be liable to a for- Williams, Miss Suo Yolser, Miss Tina lantic to shed their blood in Ameri- aro required to havo a license for Miss ca's sacred cause," said Mr. McAdoo. Yolser. Mrs. Lucy Hubbard, feiture of tho charter of such corpor-ntlobaking. Any failure to have secured o company or association, and Etta Holder, Finis Wallace, Leoi.aru said licenso as of Februrary 15th renHKItK AND THEHK. upon louvlctlou In a court of com- C. Wallace, Ell Paris, Mrs. J. A. ders theestablishment Haldo to tho petent Jurisdiction shall be Until not Duke, Miss Mary Howe, G. P. Jones, Edward Ford, Mrs. Step Sobb. Mrs According to Information receiv- penalties of the Xooil law. exs than three hundred dollars for "On and after Februrary 24th all U. S. Carson. iJrof ed In Washington, butter Is selling each offense. And ouch day such V. C. Elgin. Hriiuor, lionnio Hosh. Simmons. Ky. in Berlin at $2.25 a pound, sugar at bakers and persons subject to baker's corporation, company, association or E. J. Carter, Mrs. E. J. Canor. 51 SO cents a pound, ham and bacon license, including hotels, restaurants, pornki falls to operate Its said trains F. Chumley, Guy Hannoy, Clay at $2.11 a pound, and Ivory soap at boarding houses' and public eating in accordance with tho provisions of daces, will bo required to uso twenty-pe- r Tins-ley- . Dvo bars for $1.12. shall bo consldoreil and troat-c- d Hrown. Dr. Willnril Lake. G. T. this act cent substitutes in bread and rolls J. I). Hill, J. II. TucUor, W ) as a separate and distinct orftuiso. Tho entire wheat crop in France and all who willfully refuse to mako Tho penalties herein de- Fuller, .Mrs. Wlllard Lako, Mrs. Guy Sec. their bread of that percentage of nounced may bo recovered by Indict- Hanney, Muster WIHnrd Wallace has been requisitioned by the French substitute will be compelled to close. Government. In tho Circuit Court of any Lako, Owen McConncll, Uuftii ment "Any persons covered by this rule Hufus McKlnley. T. F. county through which tho trark of .According to a report by tho Amer- who are unable to procure substitutes extends, or by Informa- Smith, Geneva Hlack, Harnett Sullen-ge- r, such railroad Mrs. "W. S. Tlnsley. Miss Cllfllo ican consul at Geneva, Swiss live- must flle an affidavit to that effect tion lodged by tho county or Com Attorney or by an ordi- Felix, W. C. Hlankenship, Mrs. W. stock quotations near tho end of 1917 forthwith with Mr. Fred M. Sackett, monwealth's C. Hlanlu'iishlp. wero: Oxen, each $230; bulls $170; federal food administrator for Kennary suit for pennltlos. m cows, $260; calves, $1S0; young tucky. bo tho duty Sec. 4. That It shall "Licensees engaged in tlio business pigs, $14; sheep, $14; fat lines, per ,of tho Judgo of tho Circuit Court of IS TALK ('.HEAP? NO of canning food products will take NOT IN Alu CASKS pound, 32 cents. line each county through which tho notice that they shall not quote for of railroad extends to give in charge Washington, .March 2. Oratory In The Department of Agriculture es- future packing or delivery or sell any provisions of to tho grand Jury tlio d .of the canned peas, canned corn, canned tohas Increased to such an timates that only lt Congress this act, nt each session of tho county through extent that the Toltimo of debate in marketable surplus of the potato crop matoes, canned salmon or canned sarCourt held In any dines not manufactured and on hand, d had been moved by January 1. 191S. which tho lino of such rond extends. tho last nine years constitutes or tho 3G9.000 pages of the Last year's potato crop was tho larg unless the price to bo Axed in the .1 Sec. 5. This act shall bo In force ,in,i mko effect within ninety dnys al Congressional Record issued since est ever produced in the United contract is subject to revision of tho United States food administration if forty-thre- o States. itor the adjournment of tho General publication was begun it is unreasonable. This rulo shall years ago. rJEssemlily. high of women telephone not apply to army and navy requireTho statoincnt shows that tho For tho unit T11K IIOXOIl ItOIX. water mark was reached In tho Sixty-thir- d operators to be sent to Franco a dis- ments." ( Congress, when 31,216 pages tinctive uniform is being provided. WORLD'S SHIP SUPPLY S! Look over this list or men anil wero used, ns against 8,432 in tho Salaries range from $60 to $125 a PER CENT HEI.OW NORMAL contributed their Forty-thir- d Congress. Tho record month, with allownnco for rations women who have and quarters. Successful applicants made thirty-on- e mlto nnd the Influonco of their names of tho Sixty-thir- d Tho Food Administration estimates volumes, which, laid ono on top must speak both French and English to tho worthy causo of tho Ileil Cross, tho total number ot ocean-goin- g ' Hartford Chapter, and If your ot tho other, would mako a pilo near- with ease. ln,ly vessels now nlloat at 30,000, having naiiid does not appear on this honor ly nlno feet high. Tho qunntlty of Passport regulations of tho Stato a gross tonnago ot 45,000,000 tons. roll Join t onco nnd your nanio will product tho official reporters of shipping during the war turn out in the IIouso is now Department now restrict tho number Losses of appoar In a subsequent publication Wo will conttnuo three times ns great as it was when of American women permitted to go havo totalled about 8,783,080 tons, ?of"now mombers. supply of ships is about 20 itho publication of tho names of that reporting corps was established abroad to those whoso pre&enco in and the per ceut of normal. Franco is imperatively required by 'tiioso Joining this movoment until lu 1575 Shipbuilding in Franco has boon somo rollof ngoncy recognized by tho list of tho county Is complete tit a standstill since tho beginning of brho names below aro thoso who tho United States Government. WEANING COLTS. tho war; England's output Is less Vavo Joined tho Hartford Chapter. d. Through volunteers nlono many than normal; Japan is hampered by 11. II. Ellis, E. B. Iw3 E. Ellis, A colt may bo weaned, and tho lack ot material; tho American ship Uov. Itussell Walkor, Henry mother dried up so gradually that it colleges have already given to tho Parka, J. II. will scarcely know when it is dono.by Army nnd Navy CO per tent of their supply is only beginning. THeach, J. C. Illor, W. II. mffCnrson, Ira I). Hean, Ellis II. Fos-Ke- r, extending tho tlmo they nro kept studonts. MINERS UNDER INDICTMENT Henry Nail, M. II. Murphreo, C. apart, In tho meantime supplying tho REMOVKD TO OWKNSRORO Women ought to have part-tim- e colt with whatever it will eat with a Ws. Howo, Glenn Tlnsley, A. W. H. P. Taylor, B. 0. Harrass, H. relish i being careful all tho tlmo to Jobs, according to a college professor; Owcnsboro, Ky., Feb. 24. Nine niol, S. O. Kcown, McDowell A. keep the bowels nnd kidneys work- devoting tho rest of their tlmo to rais- mlneis who were indicted at tho last A good, practical sugJpoglo, H. E. Leo Slmmorman, Danto ing freely by tho uso of boiled oats, ing families. term of Federal Court held horo In Bennett, O. T. Hums, C. E. Smith, scalded bran mush, a little oil meal, gestion. Caring for a family occu- November for participating in a say fifteen hours tjfc. Hlloy, Glenn Harnes, Howan frosh grass, etc. And do not forget pies not moro than, shooting affair with United States Dr. J. II. Plrtlo, 1. S. Mason, that naturo supplied a largo amount of a woman's day. Sho could get a soldiers in Webster county last Augpurt-tlm- o job for somo of the hours ust, ,W. H. Harnes J. H. Wilson. H. II. of sugar in the mother's milk, and were brought hero this afetrnoon 'llean, H. T. Holbrook, S. C. Uen- -' this supply ought to bo kept up by sho now devotes foolishly to sleep. from Clay and lodged in tho county Puck. der, J. C Known, J. L. Cook, J. P. tho uso of sugar or sweet apples. Jail. Ucforo being placed In jail tho Taylor, R. B. Rogers, W. W. II row- men wero vaccinated, as three cases SHOES FOR SOLDIERS. PATRIOTISM. der, C. M. Crowo, Ernest Dennett, of smallpox at tho InstiMrs. T. L. Grlf- . Vcachel Westerfleld, Tho men aro William tution. Gon. Pershing has requested shipHusband (reading telegram) Inn, Mrs. H. II. Ellis Mrs. J. A. Hen-noHrown, Charles Wick, Charles WilMy rich undo Hen has ment ot 18,590 pairs ot shoes for Miss Heavens! Mrs. M. II. Murphreo, liams, Jack Aldrldge, Louis Puckett. FKtUCQ kogan, Ansa limn ;miji fallen and broken his neck while put- each 25,000 men monthly, which Is Edgar Wilhoyte, Hurely Dills, Henry flag on his approximately nine pairs of shoes per Vaughnn Miss Hottlo Hlloy, Mrs. E. G. Har- ting up an American and J. M. Newcombe. man per year. This quantity is in ex0. O. Hunter, Mrs. A. W. poarch. rass, Mrs. Wife Three cheers for tho red, cess ot actual consumpton and is beTry a REPUBLICAN AD. to help Logan, Mrs. S. O. Keown, Mrs. R. E. D. white and blue,' .Akron Times. ing used to build up a reserve for all sell your property. Miss Winnie Leo Slmuierinun, SENATOR LEACH yl .. jHt " r.. xWv 7rEtf MHMMBBHMMnnHm GXVW:1 - rr-- -; 'jSf Net Contents 15Tluid Drnohir. m & W2 ct2."4, Kl I.U. t I I1I1I1 III . W- M 1 VTTiA .TtUt For Infants and Children. ht CASTORU jH Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria J 9P 1 w ITi Y b ct AVciJclablcftcparntionforAs-&m ,til simiintinLilhcFoodbyRcgiua-- KrtzS. it rmnr.-- .i wjm ui.ni. . -- ik" tf.;-- l, KM, BSlt SHfi . , -- . j Always Bears the y, mm rseS-W- Thcrctry Promoiing DitScslioa Cheerfulness and ucsuwau. fipithprnnium.Morphlncnor I Signature of m mm i"" u"j; Mineral. 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Pupils may enter at any timo and receive proper classification, d owffiw MCC0C5W ? km gliiiuy (Incorporated) OWENSBORO, KY. . m I The Hartford jfiJUBTFOKl) Republican I masters, of their people nnd tho pub limit. Kvcry possible shlcf of grain lic has a right ' Iws n voice In the should he produced nnd every blndo Tho of grnss should bo garnered conduct of llh business. food supply of tho world Is not only sotious but actually critical. Hotter methods of production mi. I longer hours of labor should be adopted. Not only public duty but private gain Indicates tho action mentioned. Perhaps tho highest prices over known will roward tho farmer for his products of this season. Help snvo tho world from starvation nnd build up your own bank account by producing to tho limit of food- -' stuffs. Is gasismsn fc IK Tho Chicago pork packers haver to us to contrlhtito spneo to Incorporated V. S. TINSLBY, their publicity campaign against govJt, JB. SMITH, s. ernment Intervention In their manPresident ner of doing business. Hut with baB9HN 1IEN11V THOMAS. . . . Kdltor - con forty cents a pound and two . TIXSLKY, Associate Kdltot- meatless days a week wo profer to ST, stand on tho sldo of tho government and Unfitness Manager. In Its effort to regulate tho profits packers. Enturod nocordln to law at tho rottoHIr of tho Soc.-Trea- Published Weekly by PRINTING COMPANY Our Ready-to-We- ar Department is filled with I line, money In mlTiinre. Tho Prohibitionists In national convention nt Chicago aro doing a lot to ot quarreling among themselves. Tho Address all communications dologntes seem to bo afraid thoy aro ? Hartford Republican. about to get what thoy havo boon fighting for and that they will soon NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBEHS Sobicrlbrra ilwlrlnff tlio puperwnttti n new 1)0 out of n Job. Nothing would so oM nldrm In nmUiiR the nJdiws must plve the chagrin tho professional prohibition;rqnmt. Notice lOe per line nnd 5c ist a to accomplish the sudden oud Bnla LoeHln nnd r line tor mrh niKlltlunnl lnrertloii of his career by getting what he eWtunHei, Kmolntlon Htid Curd u Tb inl,.V pretends to want. Dartforil, Kj. n mull matter ot the fccoml ilrs. ChnrtJi Notice for wrvlnw tree, hat other Rilvwtl-.menti- ". &e ier line. will receive an .iBOBTmom tonimaiik-atlon- ttentten X3EX.ae3Pxscoxrxs. yalKiKl' FRIDAY, fe ....... . . SXiatvta.1 ' 13 S MARCH S Mexico Is a mighty fine country not to live In. M It costs as much again to live halt as much as it did three years ago. If nation wide prohibition makes this old town any drier than it is would start now a spark of fox-fla conflagration. re The merchants of Elkton onstrating their patriotism tributing a small fund to the sale of thrift stamps In paper. are by demcon- advertise the local their interest. A map taken from the person of Dr. Hon L. Uruner, of Loul-vil- l hi the first Republican to i hat In the ring for tho nonuiutlon for United States Senator, ii .i tlr- cular letter to tho Hcimhllt ms of the State Dr. limner says li h.n re- -' reived numerous solicitatlot fro ,n every part of tho Stnto to i the race, and thnt his friend " hin stand for temper 'ie.and The Allies' most vital need for specially for nation wide pr Mtlon. winning the war is not men, nor food, as n reason for his available nor guns, but ships. With adequate shipping facilities all the cither difKKNITCKY NEW-- .. ficulties could be rapidly cleared. Wheat In Argentlnn is selling for 58 Tho game wardens rn it tli.'t cents a bushel because of lack of birds will be plentiful thN r The hipping to transport it to Europe. birds did not starve in gu i mi in-- ii The German ruthlessness will bers during the season of , a1" not bring the Allies to their knees, many had feared would hap n. but it will prolong the war. The wharf boat of the I lie Senator Albert Leach, of Ohio counKvniiBVillo Packet Comp.m ttcpt ty, has introduced a bill in the Sen- from the Owensboro docks In the re- ate to require all railroads more cent Ice flow, was found In w P.i- than five miles In length to run two ducali, but it is h total wn and passonger trains each way ovory day. a smaller boat will take i' - place If this bill becomes a law It will give temporarily. tho people of Ohio county somu real service on tho M. II. & E. The peosand has been trurk ple of tho county should give Just at a depth of 200 feat tweh miles credit to Senator Leach for the intro- out from Owensboro, on the Calhoun duction of this bill so important to road. -t very striking and pleasing evidences of the approaching spring. ie The New Coats. Tine New Si4ite9 T e New Dresses In fashion's latest and best styles are ready for your bisection. They are everything you could expect in style and beauty. All the wanted fabrics and colors represented. Give us an opportunity to show you. T5 j - well-know- i 1 . at -- i Si o BAR NES Beaver HOII.KI) DOWN. SI. 1. 1) ( IMtN I Dam, Ky. MNSBMMSasrSBSMB Miiaa358Bt35gaBasaiaEiE5BEBi8j3 OK si.i: fc fc. ' i a dead German Captain showed every detail of tho ground occupied by the Amoriean troops on a sector of the French line. Tho location of every machine gun and shell hole was accurately photographed, and with all this detailed knowledge of the From the Russian outlook Just now it looks like I'ncle Sam was a American army in the possession of mighty poor banker when ho loan- the Germans our newspaper censors ed that country a billion of dollars will not tell the parents of our soldiers oven In what part of France about a year ago. their boys are located. moving along with Circuit Court is Food control by the government is machinthe smoothness of well-oile- d ery. The old rubbish has been clear- a necessity, but we need an equita ed away from the docket, and dis- ble food control. With millions of posing of current business comes bushels of corn rotting in the fields meal Is retailing l.i some cities at six easy. tents a pound, and yet we are urged AVc have seen no recent ruling to eat more corn bread. If our peofrom our county food commissioner, ple must, undor government ordors, Two men and a woman, wearing and in the absence of direct orders eit corn bread It is the duty of the As a result of a recent illness Cut we aro eating about everything that government to protect them against masks, entered the home of a Louis Roosevelt will be permanently d .if Blow waiter, Jess.at the Foster House, robbery in .securing It. There is grot.s ville woman and clipped her frno suit in one par. He lost the sight of on incompetency somewhere among the of hair from her head. brings us. eye several years ago in boxing food controllers. bout. The Stato Tax Commission, which Vice Piesident Thomas Marshall "What would Christ do if He were performs under the new tax law the says If he had his way there would Tho first of America's unslnkable bo no elections held in this coun- on earth?" is a Question now much functions of the old State Roard of ships left Now York for a foreign try this year. The Hon. Thomas discussed in pulpit and press'. The Equalisation, is in hebslon at Frank- port this week. It carried no conIf fort. would make at least the United Madisonvillo Hustler believes voying dostroyors, and no effort was Christ were on earth he would bo as States safe for Democracy. made to conceal the data of its sail mad as Tucker at the Kaiser, and Tho State Tax Commission has rais- ing. would take off his coat, roll up his ed tho valuation of the property of There is still work for the "fool killer." Senator Hives has introduc- sleeves and march In the van guard Hopkins county ?3, 000,000. Russia lias bowed her neck to ed a bill requiring every voter In the of tho Allies armies. We have the Gorman yoke, and the Hun notion of tho conduct of the Glasgow has closed its shows, State to go to tho county clerk's ofinvasion ot the nortliurn empire that fice once every four years and regis- humble Gallllean if ho were hero in schools and churches as a precaution was Is called off. tho flesh, but as the Hustler says, against tho sprond of monlngltis now ter as a Qualification to voting. this Is a Question upon which every prevalent In that city. Germany's war debt Is uow $25. Editor V illmm Henry Junes of man is entitled to his opinion. 000,000,000. Glasgow Republican, suggests tho Democratic authorities say Hon Tho Louisvillo Evening Post allows Johnson will have no opposition for that some friendly poet wrlto a camFire losses in tho United States paign Ming for McAdoo's Booth Tarklngton to say through Its the nomination for Congress In this for 1917 ware $230,000,000. and was campaign for tho succession and en- columns that a few food profiteers district this year. the second largest annual loss in the aud tho laboring people are tho ontitle It 'McAdoodlertandy." country's history. ly bonoflcisries of financial benefits propThe assosscd valuation of all Two correspondents of William from tho war. This Is a surprising erty In Kentucky Is about Tho price of eggs in Chlrngo dropHenry Jones' paper, the Glasgow Re- statement to appear in a responsible ped 50 cents a doxon within three nowspapor. The statoment has republican, ire signing out tho respecwoeks. tive merits of tln different modes of cently gone the rounds ot tho press Leo county is probably the only baptism. The immerslouist had a that moro than eight hundred mil- county in Kentucky to liavu a negro Tho cost of living advanced anothfour column article last week, and if lionaires huvo been ma do in this county official. Jaok Splcor, a col-er X per oent during the month ot country as a result of war profits, biwee counts he ought to win. ed man, was sworn la as ooron- - Jmiunry. and tho most casual obsenor knows or t Heattyvlllo. Stnrlniion uow imperils mankind. that almost every hiiblnoss has profit8luee three years Don't waste. 8ae every possible ed tremendously by war ti'iuo profits Job Webstor Johnson, a drafted ago the the war began has shipped United States lmirsol of food anil you may save a on thulr luiBineM. at enough food to Kuropo to have soldier from Illinois, suicided fed mortal from sturv.itlou. If you Camp Taylor by bunging. Johnson bpund a dollar foolishly It is not It requires no very high order ot had admitted to his comrades that with a balanced ration 16,000.000 wasted. The other fellow bus It. service to morit tho compliment, but he was a coward by nature, and foil luuu for tho entire time. s but If you waste a piece of bread it we believe It Is justly due tho pros-ti- a horror of braving a battle in Al'TKII TIIK UOOTLKGGISRS. it. a loss to the world. General Assombly to tay that It Franco. Uogin wiving The agent for the I. C. railroad Is tho best one thnt has met at ii ow. . company tit Kockport was called be In many years. Frankfort It Is Gov. Stanloy has signed tho bill Chief of Police. Ludlow Potty, of at least for a lot of foolish making it unlawful to ship liquor in- fore tho grand Jury yostorday with the hooks of tho company, to show Louisville, Is making a rocurd that things lugUlalurex usually do that It to dry torritory. The bill slso pro- thu recent shlpmouts of liquor to honor the city administration re- has not done, and has given attention hibits persons from carrying it In- - that point. The Kockport bootleg-- ! sponsible for hU appointment. Ho to some loally useful legislation. It to dry territory for personal use. gers luio boun the most persistent has for the nrst time actually clos-u- d has settled two contents in the Sen This is the most drastic mcasuro for lolatnrs ot the prohibition laws In the ssloous of Louisville on Sun- ats with due respect to the law In j regulating the liquor trutlic ovor un- the county und the ollicluls are deterday, aud has brought the king of the oases, has pusseed a bill redisdertaken In Kentucky. mined to break It up. Under the HHwhlsN, Bd Alvoy, into court for ricting the State into Senatorial di t present law the shipment to an Indi trial tm a chaigs of operating a game visions with some respoct for co'isll- -' NO TOI1ACCO ON MONDAYS. ot a greutor amount of liquor of chance. tutional requirements, will nbolUh On account or an order issued by vidual a number of useless unrt jxpeustto United Statos Fuol Commissioner, than tho rossonublo requirement of "Don't criticise those responsible ultlces and will probably pass u nuin- - Garfield, closing all o'lllcos and busl-b- Individual use may bo submitted to for the conduct of the war" lb tho of bills of real usefulness to tho noes houses on Mondays for tho next the jury as svldeuco of Intent to sell. of the Dttmonratie uttople of tua Strto nine weeks wo will receive no tobac- e politicians. Honest and just crit: co on Mondays for the period menFOR SAI.K. icism of those in authority is not A tremendous bunion is now oa tlonod. only a privilege, hut a useful duty the shoulders of tho American farmS. T. RURNS & SON. Four good work horses. See J whim the ueeaslon demands, faults ers. Famine threatens the world, K. CURTlgg, nt once. Hartford. Ky. of offtklsU m well as of wen in gwi-tv- and the rolled States Is a great iioi'HK van itKXT. are often corrected or at least food producing eouatiy. it is now SU Room Cottage, conveniently arYou can buy yonr Straw Hatting moderated by well dirocted criticism. the patriotic duty of svery fsrattr ranged sa4 weli ioeaied. Assay to and Slattlaa Iiih trami Our rWkHfl Ottnte r ttrriftU, U Mti nil too ivssuctis AjCTOK SROf. tl Mm. atMd HsrUors), Kir. 1 1412 The order to keep old speckle in the back yard until laying time is over is pretty hard on the housewives but we folks who board will eat more eggs. Due to the rrstrletlons of tho neTim price tif my llonne County cessities of tho war there are 100.-00- 0 White seed corn from this date unless students in tue American A club of Simpson county farmers til further notice, shelled, graded, colleges than a year ago. will each grow an acre of lrih potamckiHt. ready to plant is ffi.OO per toes the product of whleh they will The war strength of Germany and bushel. Tho seed Is from a plot of donate to tho army camp at Louisthree acres that made an average of her nllle. Austria, Turkey and ville. 108 bushels per acre, is perfectly reckoned in population is which just about equals the matured, dry and tight on rob. If Ed Alvoy, Louisville's prince of of England. strong germinating, vigorous growgamblers, was arrested in his office combined population Prance, Italy, Japan and the t'nited ing, high yielding, acclimated seed in the Tyler Hotel Saturday oa a will Increase the crop only five bush- charge of operating a game of States. I els per acre, there will be an addi chance. - tional 35 to 10 bushels of corn on The deepest well in the world being drilled near larksburg. Weji account of one bushel ot seed. The A number of Louisville baik nnd .Virginia, it to sdr ady 7.36.1 feet. beat Is ths cheapest. trust empanies have dropped tl Ger- - j JOHN T JACKSON. . d derp. or nearly a mile an . man title to their corporate i. .mea Kockport, Ky. and will be drilled till deepir. Th 34tf , well is b"iag I'riUec Xor gi. An inmate of the Eddyvir penTry a KEITHLICAN AD. to help itentiary has Ju&t bought a sell juur jroperiy. The f'deril fo! administration bond, with money ha had made has removed all rtricflons on the in leisure hours carving quaint figuse of all kind uf meats except a ures from peach seedg. VSijS5VkE ISV: one day, Tuesday. Bnl-graia 300,-000,00- 0, lone-thir- makes of sewing mai'lilncx Needles .tOc per dozen, shuttles $1 no each, cash with order. If possible send broken or worn parts when ordering, also name of machine Machines sold on oasy monthly or yearly payments, old machines taken in exchange. Wrlto for catalogue and terms No obligation Agents wanted. A. C. McKlNSKY, 12I West 3rd St . 3t I Owensboro, Ky MARItlACi: LlriC.VSK. Parts, supplies and needles for nil J. raught SI, Ola'ton. W. Crnmea 34. Roslne to Dora Ji0 11b-ert- 'y Wsmes Burton 23. Roslne to Effle Lee Wright 18. Roslne Wm. G H.ivls 20. Reiver D:. ir i Martha Dnttghcrty 2 1. Gll-itrs- tiVAif IknAArA!ls2 &2 ... OorNew Spring Goods Beginning To Arrive New Coatsuits, Skirts and Coats that embody superior style, quality and finish. Authentic designs fol- - ... ... e an-oth- or son-in-la- $ lowing the best conception of $ American and foreign authorities. f I J , oi nt coin-monda- I I I Our stock of Spring Coatsuits represents the cream of American production. Every suit has that much sought-- f or distinction of fin- ish, fit and appearances dear to the heart of every woman who pays attention to the propriety of her at- tfre. I i i . Our Coatsuits at $15.00 to $30.00. Our Coatsuits at $5.00 to $20.00. New Percales 20c to 25c. New Ginghams 15c to 25c. er cu-- y selt-eeeki- Carson (&t C $ i HARTFORD, KY. f ttt JM i ' mzjmAMWmia7aE&esimmzzsxFJ wru the fntlier of Mr. Silas Tlchcnor, a ivell known business man of y. nntl tli'' d atln noted In tills I. "sue would indi .ill- - there Is some basis In fact for tho saying. wtfi,kix zaKivwjtm McCALL PATTERNS women of taste upon the same style basis. The woman in place I Our first shipment of Ladies' Spring Coats, Suits, and Silk Dresses and Skirts are now in our house ready for your inspection. We congratulate ourselves on beir. able to show you a line that we consider by far the prettiest that we We have ever shown. in all of the show them leading spring color?. You can come to us with the assurance that you will get the newest in style and fabric. w: I riwm moderate clrcum- - 111 KtmiMM DrwuSUl o tances John Klvls Taylor, nn honest nnd Tnlto yntir produco to tlio storo Hint keens In touch with tho boat Industrious young colored man of Hartford hns gono to Pnyotto county, mnrkct nrlcos. near Lexington, whero ho has enACTON MIOS. 34t2 gaged to work on n farm this season. Mr. Dick Wliltwortb, of Harrctts Attorney I). C. Walls, of Hardlns-t)- ii Kerry and Miss Lillian Slbort, of rg, Is attending circuit court here. Narrows, wcro married in Owcnsboro Ho Is associated with Judgo Hnswcll. last wcok. and Rarncs & Smith in tho caso of 1. C. Railroad company. Sco u for your Onrdon Ilakos and Hlgdon vs Hoos. Tho bouso wliero quality nnd Mrs. A. R. Renfrow, of Narrows, lowest prices prevail. returned Monday from n visit with ACTON nitOS. friends in Louisville. Whilo In tho It. IJ. Mnrtlu nnd fumlly nttondod city Mrs. Renfrow wis a very wol-cokikM with Mrs. J. M. Thomas tho funeral and burial of S. 1. nt Orcon Itlvor, Wodnoa-da- y. and Mr. Jamos L. Ilrashcar. Mr. Uruno Froy, of near Narrows, hns sold his farm to John Neighbors, Mrs. P. B. l)Wltt, after ipandlnB Olnton, and will probably move to thrno weeks with bor husband, Capt. of Tell City, Indiana. Mr. Proy enmo to DeWttt, at Camp Pike, Ark., return Ohio roitnty from the Indiana city ed home yesterday. about forty years' ago. cancarilyaiTord to clothe her- self stjlisuly; the woman of means may n ell bcprotidtowcnr i McCall signed de- gowns. McCall Paltcrns for March NOW ON SALE Superintendent Howard has not Capt Den King, of Owonsboro.was yet received from the Auditor, money Uoro yesterday attending court and for the payment of the teacher for. calling on frionds nnd relatives. Capt. tho sixth month's salary. j yiKgj 'mM aW JTA VZ!?" rrjyr .Essas. I zama2 -- mMvvsiK Kmfcm WBJ WtfW' Yota Ride fee Tool See how the operator of a Moline Universal Tvo"VYhcel Tractor sits on the seat of the implement just a3 he would if he were driving a team. You know Not the Tractor -- - ,,'"V 1' .: . r r. i. 7. I . LJiJ i I SPRING MILUNERY. Our Millinery Department will be in charge of Miss Hazel Berry, a lady of wide experience. Miss Berry will arrive Monday, and will immediately care for your needs, if you desire to purchase before our regular millinery opening. H King will go from hero to Camp Taypurpose of oxamlnatlon Wo have a large supply of Rugs on lor, for tho for National Guard' service. display now. Come nnd get first choice while picking 1b good. by telephone We are informed ACTON BROS. it2 that Mr. Pros Barnard's family is now clpar of smallpox. Urs. Unrn-nr- d Hartford is finally clear of Smallhad a very mild attack, and no pox, and our country friends need other members of the family have have no further apprehension about taken it Since. visiting the county sent. wmammBm r Sm m. vou ccukVt ride your liorses and do a good job of cultivating, plowing, dvillinrj, mowing or any other kind of farm work. Neither con vou do it with a tractor. Tractor you With the Moiine-Universal -- 7 . il Wn -!J HWW3I.?" r'-.-'v- -' flftTSwfi " sKfraSxssss (?:! Z JSZl jaKHBMBSsaBOT H ' sit where yr.u can watch the work the implement oa E.mp'i' guicc it with tlie steering is doing. vhecl easier than you Can guide a team every- thing is rent ai. ycur fmger tips vrttu plenty or. power. You can wor: as many Hours as you wisa all hinds cf weather on all kinds of Jolbs. ORIGINAL ,,-,,--,' a New Woolens, New Wash Goods, New Silks, etc., in abundance. McCall Patterns in stock. H i 'i A Shop at the store of convenience, and remember that it pays to trade with a house that saves you money Excawiraj'ZEaiWSBBffiZMflfl H H t.rj!BfpsagffraMtfl1b,UWt"x,'Taa The Hartford fkid.w,. Republican .march crops to le.ive off work to eomo to town. Mr. O T TMrlilli" former mannccr of the Cumborland oxchango hore, was In town yesterdny. Q4" Q I Personal News and Social Euents. it Mr. J. I. Hoslc. cashier of the Rockport Deposit Dank, called on us while in town Monday. Mr. Randall Collins hns had a attack of acute Indigestion, from which ho Is slowly recovering. sc-ve- ro Dr. A. D. Park, of Rockport, In town yesterday. was Miss Mary Marks, of Howling Green, camo homo a few dnys ago to Mr. Ira Jones, of Whiterun, was Ins spend a few days with her mother. There is a very pretty lot of tho to seo us Monday. of Coombs, of the Hartford handiwork of the Junior Auxilary Editor & llro. for roof- Horald, is nursing a very soro arm tho local Red Cross on display in a Go to W. E. Kl)is Stop and 3it2 as a result of n recont vaccination. window nt ing nnd building papor. seo it. Mr. John T. Smith, of Kordsvillo, Somo of our correspondents have Mr. and Mrs. Win. King of Louls-vlll- o was in Hartford yesterday. Joined tho slackors this wook. Bo who camo hero Tuesday, to be patriotic, Girls and give us tho news. in attondanco at the funaral of Mr. Disc Harrows cheap for 0 Two King's sister, Mrs. E. B. Pendleton, cash at W. E. ELLIS & PRO'S. W. E. Travis, of lloavor Dam, loadroturned to their homo yesterday. ed a car of corn horo Friday. Tho and wlfo, of price, wo understand, was $1.00 a Mr. W. S. Sandors I DESIRE TO RENT somo good Nurrowi, wtiro In town Tuesday. bushel. land, wish to grow tobacco, will pay oilhor ensh or part of tho crop as Mr. Cary Crowdor. merchant at Mr. It. K. Bonn, pf Narrows, bus rout, havo a good team. Addross Tuesday. Horton, win In town gono to Woodburu, wliuro ho lias CHAS. McCONNELL. McIIonryv Ky. accepted!! position with a drug comPor, thoe good ONION SETB you pany. Dr. L. B. Bean has closed n con35t- need go to Acton Ilms. tract with tho owners of tho fnlr Lieutenant GHmora Keown, of grounds at Owonsboro to give an Mr. Hrt Rerkley. of Olatou. called Camp Taylor, wan bote from Saturother fair in tho Davloes'a county on us whilo In town yesterday. day until Monday tho guost of "Ills city this fall. , pa routs. Mrs. J. C. Hill, of South Carroll-tonYou who aro In wfeil of a good Mrs. Owen Iluntor. Is visiting Mr. Joo Eskildgo, of Reynolds, was roud wagon ono thn't will run light horo Tuosday and joined that loyal and last long, and glvo satisfaction Mr. Elinor Miller, of Horse Branch, brigade Hint keeps thu Ropublluun buy tho Owensboro Wagon from called on us while in town Monday. on tliq march. ACTON BROS., Hartford, Ky. William Konno, of TrlsUr. Mr. Mr. Thomas McCrooklin, of Littlo Monday. qualified ns Notary Piiblio tho Methodist A rommlttoo of Bond In Butler county, has sold his City, wus farm to Mr. Ellio Brown and will church horo placed a contract MonII. L. Tuckor, of Central day for carpeting their new church movo to Bouvur Dam. horo this wuok in uttondunco at CirTho carpoting will bo of cork Ilnoo-llucuit Court. throughout and will cost uoarly Collins, travqllng Randall Mr. Equality, Bilesnian for the Dupont Powder com $S00. Mr Warren Brown, of pany, camo home sniuruuy to Bponu a broko his arm while cranking an Ethel Irono, tho ten year old few duys with his family. automobile. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Morton, died n oar Equality TJiursdny of Mr. Juinw Nauco, linotype, operaJudgo Slaok has appointed Mrs. Stenographer tor on the Ownnsboro Meseeuger, last wook. Hor remains woro taken Carl Anderson Court came up Saturday to upend a day to tho old homo cometry, near Owoiib-borfor tho Hartford court. for burial. or two wllh his family here. snides of of tho All kinds It will bo noticed that wo nre lud at hi Mr. C. U. Tluhneor grass sued, w oueap a tUn elwI-es- t Tuesday nud earrylug an unusually largo Hit of 31U houiu near Cuntertowu BUG'S. 8 at W. H. tela rmaU wero hurled, WetlnMday death notleeu this wook, mostly of Mimday tit the Maddux burying ground. He old people. It is sold Uutf an Olroult aourt day erowU hard wintgr it lUwuyn followTG ywrn old. and diwl of troubles vfM wtu iuimM. Thi dyatu rato lu tho aged. rain high nrlcod midgut to old ago. Mr. Tlchuuor ed by u heavy to head-quartet- s. 12-1m o, Mrs. R. K. Rico, Mrs. W. G. CrawVulcan Chilled Plows, liluo Hlrd ford' and Judge W. A. WIckilfe, of Plows, repairs nnd parts for sumo Greenville, Mrs. Mary Howey, of Cenand points for Ollvor Chilled Plows, Robertson, 34tt tral City, and Miss Kate at W. K. ELMS & HRO'S. of Moorman, were horo Wednesday to of Mrs. E. 11. Jailor Tichneor Is receiving many attend the funeral Pendleton. from the court nice compliments visitors for cleanliness obtaining The high price of liquor and tho about tho court house. diligence of our police olllcors have Mr. W. W. Harris, of Sebree, has pretty effectually suppressed Illegal been aligned by tho Cumberland llciuor selling in Ohio county. HartTelephone Company, to succeed Mr. ford and Rockport arc tho only towns in the county where it Is still carried v... j...x,i.. .UUiliiwini on, and nt those points it is handled Judge John P. Haswoll, of Louis- - with great secrecy and caution. vllle, Ih hero attainting court. Judgo We should like to devote a small Haswell is attorney in tho sui of section of tho Republican to news Hlgdon a I. C. It. R. Co. about our soldier boys, but can do It only by the cooperation of the famMrs. Essie Jennings, of Graham and friends of the boys. It C. T. Miller and baby, of ilies and Mrs you have a lotter from one of the Owensboro, are visiting their parents, boys at the front or in a camp oi Mr. and Mrs. Dan King., know anything of interest about us up and tell JONES HIGH GRADE ANIMAL any of them call It. sectally prepared FERTILIZERSI for Kontusky Crops and Soils. Now Mr. J. Hunter Matthews, the obliggoods. ing and genial manager of the Cum& BRO W. E. ELLIS IStl Co.'s local exberland Telephone is change has been transferred to FulMr. Taylor Davis, of Simmons, His ton. Mr. Matthews has made many soriously ill of blood poisoning. daughters of Detroit, Mich., and friends' whilo hero and if his succesLouisville, havo been called to his sor gives the same satisfaction to the patrons in general, we extend conbedside. gratulations in advance. Mr. MatHurry and book youi order for E. thews left yesterday to assume his B. Thompson stock of lino eggs if duties in the Kentucky-Tennesse- e you want to havo some lino chicks. city. Day old chicks $2.00 per setting. FOR SALE. J. C. 1LER. $3.00 per dozen. -- "IV1 1 Cy H . .J YAACTOR Does AH Farm Work WithcwH: Horses ground without packing the soil. It will cultivate as ivcll as ploiv. It will do your discing, harrowing; planting, mowing, haying, harvesting in short, anything you can do with horses and all belt work on the average , farm. It will do all this easier, quicker, cheapen than with horses. It pulls the load of 5 horses and nishes 10 to 12 horse power on the belt. It is made and tacked by one of the oldest, strongest, most dependable farm implement companies m the world, and built in the largest tractor factory in the world. It is the only tractor which will do all farm work without horses. It is low in first cost and inexpensive to operate. -- It is heavy enough to do all farm work, yet light enough to work on soft plowed mtmmm . ,, " ijiiTii IjJHlil 111' ' . V . -- test 3 y$ tflffiTT rrl7TRTl (12) The Automobile Has proven beyond a doubt its economy and efficiency, and as a means of transportation is one of the prime factors in the successful prosecution of our everyday business.. My lco plant, live ton capacity, n plant equipped to make a at a great deal less cost than to buy plant. This plant is in a now first-clacondition. Was last season. Monand Can sell all ey mnking business. tho lco that you can manufacture. Reason for selling, am going to leave State. W. E. ELLIS. 3Ctf . Hartford. Ky. 10-toss The Farm, Tractor Now looms up as an unmistakable evidence of progressive farming, and bids fair to excel! .anything that has ever FOR SALE. consisting of ilvo rooms, halt and largo pantry. Has electric lights and water in house. and all Good stable, buggy houso Everlasting ueoossury outbuildings. well of sott water in ton feet or kitchen door. W E. ELLIS. 36tf My residence, , j been introduced to increase production at a minimum cost. With This Idea In mind we have to offer our customers the MOLINE UNIVERSAL TRACTOR. In stock right now. We have consider- Hartford, -- O-o- Ky. A BRIEF JAIL TERM. Moso Wilson, of Horso Branch, who was glton a fino sovornl mouths ago for a cutting scrape at Horso Branch, and hud not paid tho lino, camo into town Monday and was arrested anil put in Jail. His fr'cnds nt onco got busy nnd paid tho flno, and Moso was roloasod aftor an hour of confinement In prison. CHICKENS. flno pons of E. B. Thompson Rlnglot Barred Plymouth Rocks. Just rocolvod two fino coclc-ro- ls to head two of my pons direct from N. Y. 1 am now booking for oggs ?2.00 por totting. J. C. ILEIt. --- I'Olt SALE. 25 Uushols of Egrly Ohio at ?1.S0 par Iwabal. M. H. MimiHRM. I havo throo or-do- rs ed the tractor proposition from every standpoint of which we are capable, and firmly believe that we have the tractor best adapted to tle needs of this section. Tractor may be seen now at our warehouse, and public demonstrations will be later. barne;S 'Beaver Dam, Ky. id buy preparing ltp' Hurtford, Ky. . r Farm Department -- . . . . maain ,,-.- .. - TlfMiajyraaaaaaaaaaaJfiasa. - ! 'T"?"r'.lr " 1rrT79Hmrw' "' i . ' . 1. ., . TT"r3KH GERMINAL REMEDY , r J! E4; I tho utillzatln for homo gardening of WILL YOU land that horotoforo linn not been TAKE OUR only show a portion of tho tre productive! of human food. llccauso of tho groat necessity for mendous material loss which would havo followed America's tamo sub- Increasing tho Nation's food supplies to tho wnr-zon- o decreo. Our this year, thu homo gardening moveDon't keep n malo bird unless yon poultry upon the farm tho turkc mission A Trealrceni la partlcuarly well nbli to re- whole exports to tho European na- ment Is expected to bo of much greatwnnt fertile cgfis. Hens lay Just as raiser ; 23 'for WEAK uiaKMBm spond. Tho turkey Is a farm bird, tions at war with- Germany amount er seopo oven than tho campaign of a male. well without flr.it and last, and Is especially stilted to three and nihalt Mlllon dollars a last year. Tho bulletin for the South treats, j, "n-cT1 nHEljr LUNGS or examining a tract of land for to the grain and stock farms, where year. In among other topics, tho following: Is CONSUMPTION amplo ranging ground Hflfri alfalfa frequent boring should bo there Location of tho garden, plan and HIIIIotiM Increase In Crop Values. AMERICAN IVUUiH jikuIo with n soil auger to determine abounding In such turkey food as MIUILLUr Tho value of farm products of the arrangement of tho garden, Impor the character of the soil and subsoil grasshoppers and other Ingots, wood United - A quick relief for tint tired, rundown Jeetlnc. E the year 1917 reach tance) of 8unllght,sucesslon nnd rota States for In 1 tltf where good hoteli as well ns the drainage-- conditions. seeds, waste grain, such as is left In coughs, palm In chest, nlslit sweats. Iiemor bond, th PowhUn heads tho tho tremendous and unprecedented tlon of crops, method of growing ihaces, weak hints or consumption. II II does Int. , This Instrument will usually be of tho field after harvest, and nuts of sot help yoo It cesla you nvthiat. arly plants, tools for the garden, C It it first la the besrts ot iti In determining the such varieties as beechnuts, chejt- - sum of ?19,443,S40,000, nn Increase creator valuo countrymen. Lock, npx ,01 of moro than six billion over the seed for tho garden, preparation of " OHIO MEDICAL CO. adaptability of n particular tract to nuts, pecans, pine nuts, and ncromi. COLUMDII tho soil nnd Improving its textu analysis of On such n farm tho present prices values of 19 10 and almost nine billalfalfa than n chemical cultivation and Irrigation of garden auger of grain affect tho turkey ralsor but ion moro than 1915. the soil. A common Tho Department of Agriculture crops, storage of vegetables for tho a little, for, with tho exception of what with the shank lengthened and Cultural suggestions aro a preliminary cstl- - .garden sultablo crossbar for a handle Is Is used at fattening time, the feed has Just Issued given for all tho common vegetables consumed is largely of such a kind mato for Inst year showing crop val- practical for this use. ues of $13,610,463,000, representing El E, EA It, THRO A T, NOSE as would otherwise bo wasted 70 per cent of tho valuo of all farm And Fitting of Glasses many Chickens never wash, as The Towfcatan i refined", products for tho year, nnd $G,S33,-3S6.00- 0, birds do, but cleanso themselves Mnsonlo other and restful. Its excelOWIiNSBORO. KY. Tumplsi tho valuo of nnmlals nnd o o lent location on Pennsylvania To Make Hens Lay of Insects by wallowing In soil. For Avenue. IStk and II Stroeti, o COURT DIRECTORY. animal products of our farms. o males it a desirable headquarthis reason every poultry house One of tho most important feeds to ters for bridal couples, tourist By far tho greatest and best cus o o should be provided with a dust box. patties, conventions. Schools and lay is some form of animni tomers of the farmers of tho country ,0 make hens tollcgca. , protein. Animal protein appears to now nro the United J The Powhatan States and our attracts the Where live stock is a factor on be superior to vegetable protein for people ol culture and tducation. Allies. Tho money used by all of Its irnmmity to btate. War and every field hog-tigtho farm, mako this purpose. Animal protein is veg- these Governments in purchasing the Jvavv Departments, also to many CIRCUIT COURT. have thoroughly etable uul roinls of Imlnrical S and sheep-tigh- t; interest, In I n.mpllj ol.uli, protein that has passed products of American farms is rais.. ciiiiiriri, VT U4 eft makes this hotel especially at !b!IU!l PATFNTft goou permanent pastures; grow ieB- - through nn animni once. Experi I THAT PAY- - fcltertin tiiem tluirwi.-Ujr-, tractive to a discriminating pubJudge R. W. Slack, Owensboro. st our ed by the sale of Liberty Bonds. , iii-- w lic, .nu unji juu w tucrrM. umlnous crops; uuim a silo; nnei Keep ments appear to indicate that tho hmhi nvidf i. vhutuorslttcli for rnrr rrwrt Part Is spent by the United Stntcs Cotn'th. Attorney C. E. Smith, Hart.The Ponhatan oilers room pure-bre- d males. Thcso five best result lu feeding hens for egg only i.niAwmy m j,,,y rrariWi BUrt- ith detached bath at J I. SO. ford. passing RtrcrcNCCS. rorfrOulJ Ji.OO and up. Rooms with prithings arc absolutely essential In the production, cannot be realized unless Itself and part loaned to our Allies, Clerk A. C. Porter, Hnrtford. i.n I Tonib:. rnloTilf rrl! to vate bath, Jl.50. J3.00 and up. n lending to tho United States, there B economical production of live stock. a certain percentage of tho ration Oovonth Write for booUct with msp. Master Commissioner Otto C. Marfore, the American farmer Is simply sjnilej IUN, Strost, D. C. Of course, this program calls for consists of animal protein. tin, Hnrtford. CLIFFORD For this enabling Its best customers to purLEVIS. Manager some labor and expense, but tho per- reason wo recommend highly, the Trustee Jury Fund Cal P. Keown, manent condition of prosperity in tho feeding of beef scraps and milk. In chase his products and receiving in Hartford. : KK3JH A tt sections devoted to live stock produc- feeding boef scraps it is well to bear return tho best security in tho world 1st Monday in March 12 days Till ' ts, znnnnnsziz-xZGood business as well as patriotism tion is proof of the good profit deriv- In mind that nothing but the best Com'th. and Civil. urges the farmers of America to libed therefrom. Civil. grade of pure poultry beef scraps will erally support tho financial under- 1st Monday in May 12 day 1st Monday in July 12 days servo this purpose. Do not buy fer takings of the Government. Com'th. and Civil. SAVE THK HE.VS. tilizer boef scrap and feed It to your THE 3d Monday In September 12 days chickens. Other forms of animal SEWING EASTVIEW. Civil. Every laying hen sold from the protien or green cut bone, blood meal. MACHINE Farmers are busy shipping tobacco Used 12 days farms before the 1st of May means a milk in any form, bugs, insects and to Owonsboro and gathering corn and 4th Monday In November Years OF Com'th. and Civil. loss of about 30 eggs to the food sup- cooked rabbits. QUALITY. sowing plant beds. ply of the Nation. These eggs are COUNTY COURT. Clarence Bartlett and Estos Jewell valuable food, manufactured largely Most Farms Adapted to Turkey liais- went to Owent.boro with tobacco Meets first Monday In each month. NOT from Insects, weeds and grass, garing. Monday. Judge Mnck Cook SOLD bage, and waste. Tho eggs, thereMr. W. E. Hlnton is on the sick With but little additional outlay to County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. U N,D E R fore, are almost wholly a net gain in the farmer, many more turkoys per list. ANY Clerk W. C. Blankenshlp. human food. Moreover, tho hen is farm In tho United States is surMr. A. F. Taylor, of Clear Run, was OTHER ShciilT S. A. Bratcher. just as good meat after she Jias laid prising. According to the census of in this vicinity last week on businotw. NAME. Superintendent E. S. Howard. these eggs as before. 1910, which is the latest census that Mr. A. F. French bought a valu- Jailer Worth Tichenor. has been takon only 13.7 per cent of able horse of Barney Evans Saturday. WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. Assessor D. E. Ward. The Woman's Tonic While the highly specialized farm the total number of faring reported J :11110s and Rudy Stewart, Joe Surveyor C. S. Moxley. If you pimh.ise the Nl W 1IOMK jmu w'll represents tho possibility of groat any turkeys at all. and on these Evnns and Hen Wigginton wont to have n life iu. t at t jr , t. J will 3r Coroner Dr. A. 11. Riley. not luvc nu en JK cl.a.n of ri ii, re. profit, it also represents iho possibili- farms reporting turkeys an average Owensboro Monday with Sold Everywhero tjfil tobacco , FISCAL COURT. -'- V V '. ty of heavy losses on account of the of but slightly over 4 breoding turMr. Charlio Martin, of Henderson, " t "' n rx..-t- .. W r.n w tremendous flunction in production, koys was found per farm. There was the guewt of .Mr. .Mat Martin c- --. Meets Tuesday after first Monday '1 and consequently in prices, of tho are s.omo farms which, by the nature last week. in January, April and October. jO Considered ''UM-- L products of intensive farming. In of tho crops grown on them or beMiss Eva Thomason Ed Shown, Hartford. closed hor 1st District it u the the greater .portion of the country cause of unfavorable surroundings, school at Eastview Tuesday. Route 3. Cheapen! tho great mass of farmers must gaiu aro not adapted to turkey raising, but Dej.uty shcriif Lon Ralph was ini-- d District Sam L. Slovene, BenvJL their livelihood from tho ordinary most farms are adapted to turkey this lonunuuity Monday. A &&t&JJLf& cr Dam. in the end field crops and the common types raising and could easily handle a Q. B. Brown. Simmons 3rd District to buy. breeding flock of from 10 to 15 of live btock. Ith DNlrlct G. W. Howe, Center-town- . hen turkeys and a torn, raising from If you want a Kewlneniarlilne, write for .Itli Distilct W. C. Daugherty.Baize-town- . our Intcst rnt.ilruo bt fore yo j jmrchnc Fattening steers on grass and cot 7." to 130 turkeys each year at a Tfc3 Ne a' Home Seyms MaKns Co., Orap, Mass. profit For Infants and Children tonsecd cake is nearly always niorelsod (Jtlt District W. S Dean. Dundee. profitable than grazing them without HrlitR Good Prices. In Use For Over Years 7th District B. F. Ulce, Fordsvllle. Good prices were paid to the turfeed. The uso of a small amount of Always bears 8th District B. C. Rhoades, Hartcorn in addition to the cottonseed key raiser during the past marketing the ford, Route 5. season. On December 15, 1917, the Signature of cako has proved profitable. 4H average price per pound, live weight, HARTFORD. Stale crackers can be used in the paid to the farmer was 30.5 cents in Mayor J. E. Bean. hume "V ; AMERICANS IN ACTION. same way as stale bread and stale New York State, 23.7 cents in IlliClerk J. A. Howard. bread crumbs. They may be combin- nois, 25 cents in Georgia, 13.3 cents Police Judge C. M. Crowe. I ed with other foods and used in place In Texas, and 27.1 cents in Califor- One German Killed And Another Marshal E. P. Casebier. Captured in Patrol Fight. In making many dishes, The average price throughout of flour nia. AL2VGAZINB ROCKPORT. the United States was 23 cents. 300 ARTICLES -- 300 ILLUSTRATIONS '.i Ch'm'n. Board James WllEon. li'EEP Informed of tht World PmrtM In1 Army in With tho American Farmers' Bulletin 791, "Turkey v Lnjrinecrinff, !cchAic and Invention. Fori FEEDING SUCIvUNfi PIGS. Clerk Rushing Hunt. Raising," describes the most success- France. Feb. 22. In a patrol fight it nrmeaui rainrranaaan ana ju me - !! f ft ll rlialAlf4 finrl VntmnPollco Judge John T. Jackson. . .ntrsmiiu.! It '.. methods of breeding, feeding, Americans from units under instruci.i in u y.":" "isv m lliOUMndtoimucik j (iff raroriia Aiacuctna "When the pigs aro about 3 weeks ful Lomt Ihrcif liout thu world. Our rorrUa Marshal Will Langford. Chemlndes-Dame- s This bulletin may tions in tho famous are conUnllf on the watch (VirrHpniidcat old, sometimes less, they will begin to and management. for Uoacs Lew tad UtrrMtinu ni U U BEAVER DAM. sector killed one German and be obtained free upon application nose around for something to eat. If Written So You Can Understand It) Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKenney. I1L Sftwa Nta Dparimnt 0 Vmv roaUlb they are going to do as they should to the United States Department of was slightly wounded. GUARANTEED SERVICE ,i jiiaia inrnuop ors muartttj wj lot U This is the first time it has been ttTmkJl to do thlnr arntinil tt llnmai Clerk R. W. King. this something must be supplied. Agriculture, Washington, D. C. One hundred per cent UratMr Mknic 17 J'ti) for tha Hoji and, permitted to reveal tho fact that Pollco Judge J. W. Cooper. iiiai'UiliniuiuaiKllDI'nlOWlOlUAaeni One of tho best feeds at this partlcu-lartlm- e 11 kDll Trlfffflll IlnlHtal Invlnna lt.ia.faiTI.k.n.,u ralue. Special work for W. Lkida wv..!, - ,ist"4 t Tit new American units have entered llmt luiuitum, nc t. ..!. ...... ivamiDi i. Marshal nrIt. F. Stevens. Our Agricultural Export. is shelled corn. It should be O. W. atractlobjfurtbMocbtJlclCn)iraDtJHtorUmax tho line. The troops have been there SIHCIX COPIES. 18c .D PKR TEAR FORDSVILLE. in a pen where the in a The following unofficial estimates W. F. STEVENS, time, suffering slight cassampi upjr m ba aait an raqwat. Ch'm'n. Board W. R. Jones. pigs can go to It and will not be both- of the value of our exported agricul- for some X. T. D. 7. Hartford, Ky. POPULAR MECHANICS MAGAZINE ualties, but their presence was kept Clerk Olla Cobb. m ns MKMfii ered by any of the rest of the hogs. tural products, most of which went Avtniia, CHICABO Representing Continental was certain tho enemy Pollco Judge C. P. Kesslnger. This can bo arranged by a creep Just to Europe, to the nations at war with secret until it & Granite Co. Marblo Marshal Grant Pollard. L large enough to admit the pigs handi- Germany, during tho years of 1016 know they wero there. Details of tho patrol fight aro as ly. Don"t forget that these little and 1917, show what effect obedience yet unavailable, beyond thu unofficial fellows grow'qulto rapidly and from by this Nation to Germany's demand report that tho prisoner taken was OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR. time to time tho creep must be made In her War'JCono decreo would have captured single-hande- d County Board of Education, by a young AMD CURE THE LUNGS larger. After tho pigs aro 4 or 5 had on the American farmer. Tho American from one of tho New Eug-- j E. S. Howard, S. S. O. C. weeks old, especially If they do not figures are for the 10 months of engage-- 1 land States, who during the Dlv. No. 1 J. M. Hoover, Harthave good grass pasture, tho addition 1917 ending with October and for ment dropped into a shell hole on! ford, Ky somo short, tankage, or oil meal Is tho full year of 191G: of top of a German hiding there nnd O. W. Duff, Fordsvllle, Dlv. No. lfc Nothing would bo better Exports advisable. 1917 1910 later brought him in. however, than skimmed milk. Tho Cotton .. J5C3,7S3,00 $502,017,000 15 Dlv. No. Tho American forces entered the II. L. Carter, Narrows, in which is kept corn and Wheat lino on oue of tho darkest ot nights 1BICE iVk MTl. FflR other feeds should bo maintained flour 99.025,000 70.S39.000 through a shell-pitte- d w.. region dotted Dlv. No. II. O. Autry, Baize-OU- s rliJ S.t'Jt fiM LDo right along up until weaning time, Wheat 224, 414. 000 172,510,000 with AMDALL THROAT ANtUtlNQ TROUBLES. d Ky. towns. Tho nnd after that if tho pig is Intended Barley 21,156,000 IS.032,000 French General commanding Dlv. No. H. Stevens, Beav--Na- t tho 9 eUAUANKEED BATiaFACTORXl for market purposes. Pigs to bo Corn . 65,115,000 41,603,000 sector, a hero of tho Marno, greeted Dam, Ky. uii xaowuir iici'awDED. used for breeding purposes may bo Horses 30,225.000 52,570,000 them as comrades in arms and kisbed Dlv. No. 6 Lindley, Center- Itcpt on a all the tlruo Wool manufactown, Ky. the American flag. with splendid results, but In somo tures yo to inrc4 14,150,000 34,627,000 Time of Meeting 1st Monday in IFIn liftwit tout ksvew run cases they get too fat and loggy and Mules . 12,972,000 22,130,000 1(10 DRAFT DELINQUENTS 4 Ia4as Mondify In April; 1st wbt Is mw la butloto February; lft try, la InrsotWa do not tako tho proper exercise. The i4 tcUaca. REPORTED IN t COUNTV Monday in Juno; 1st Monday in AuGet oat f t& rott nt oa th trtm I most profitable pig Is tho ono that 1,030,870,000 0,141.994,000 gust; 1st Monday in October; 1st never quits growing from farrowing These figures do not Includo tho Whltesburg, Ky., Feb. 24. Wise Monday in December. fHOCUnCDANDDtrtNDtD..'wJnilfl.l time until he is driven over the scales. lesser agricultural exports, nor all County, Va., east of hero, has moro County Board of Examiners E. S. crftii.K ur ultuU.iur tiimrt i. arch ud fre mw.rt. I tiaJo tuAi Jit ajvtr. Low So cUla in manufactured form. I than 400 delinquents reported by tho Howard, Mrs. I. S. Mason, Mrs. O. W. "WrWIn. IN ALL COUNTRIES. Tho cattle are popullutUtu dtrrctv.Uk ll'aiilntoit tint limt, O Mat trntanMng u4 UMft! M Tho effect on the prico and valuo local draft board. Most of these aro Duff. warn., mttrr im nrs lar with the small farmer who keeps of tho more than a billion dollars' minors, who usually shift from ono Jan. 25 and 26 Common School 'stent in. lnfrlnjmnt tactlci ticUslrsty. SO rtctuM Mt ArtUM v. w but a fow cattle and must depend on worth of agricultural products of tho state to another. Diploma Examination. Uiata asms. Vmlut tutu ftUat 0SSM.I h them to produce all the milk and but- United States which found a market May 10 and 11 Common School Urnttac- la itetrfVltr la aWajw aad wAnoto D. C. atasaMMt) u4 awaakaai, ter needed for tho family and, at the in Europo in tho first 10 months of la tomb, aad la auehtaary. Diploma Examination. Haw ttamo time, raise calves or feteera 1917, had tho United States tamely May 17 and 18 County Teacher' Isaaata. taclwHai rthif crmiatC Jury am i, la m, aotoiatalU & rtaalxsv no. FOR FLETCHER'S which will sell readily, for slaughter submitted to Germany's iusolent do- Examination (white). It W fall tnoarr mm: HavrtasT Us, ing purposes. They have not been mand. which would havo denied thorn f May 24 and 25 County Teachers' k k writUs la lUa Ea)U far ataa tad Wi. popular with tho ranchman or farm- - access to thcso markets, can easily bo fr IS CaaU m Cpr- -f l.M ft Yaar Examination (colored). or who raUes largo number of cutilo. Imagined. For lack of a market ar wrH' sre to "Homo Gardening in tho South," June 22 and 23 County nnd State CM H fraaj a Aowwltttfr miYntVkArli.f, raiw Setose Uoafclr. much of these) products would havo a now bulletlno Just issued by the Teachers' Examination (white). HAISK .MOMJ TUIIKKVS. rotted on tho farms or In warehouses United States Department of AgriculJune 28 and 29 County and State or been used In unprofitable ways. ture for frco distribution, takes ac- Teachers' Examination (colored). Secured or Your Money Back In thov procont campaign of thu The crimes of Germany against tho count of tho special crop conditions U you take tba Dranghon TrainltH? tliu Sept. 20 and 21 County and State trulnluir Vnlted States Department of Agrl- - lives of American citizens and insult of tho Southern States and discusses Teachers' Examination (white). Oall ob The RejmblioM (or Viae cu wxo it tit aAltve or bu iiucuuo.va mTTiiu SwuiOTMi eulture to lucruo me production of to our Nation's honor fully Justified them In a manner deslgued to help iu Sept. 27 and 28 County and State Je rrtattogj ., .4r In fact, mndo imperative entry into tho war. Thcso 1 .sir!? ?k..D.c. J&P ;.vm.i8ircii 1 s?,rtK mn EKkjnr FOR ONE MONTH i DR. J. 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AMKHIOAN PliAN (With Meals) Itooms without llath hut with Hot and Oold Running Water. slnglo, J2.00 per day; 2 people $2.00 each 76 llooniB single, 2.G0 per day; 2 people, 2.25 each CO Rooms CO Front Ilooms. single, 3.00 por day; 2 people, 2.G0 each Rooms with Prlvnto Until : slnglo, 3.00 per day; 2 people, 2.7 C each CO nooms GO Rooms slnglo, 3.G0 per day; 2 people 3.00 each KUROPKAN PliAN (Without Meals) Rooma without Hath but with Hot and Cold stunning Water. 75 Rooms American Soldiers Given Death Sentence For Sleeping on Guard. Washington, Feb. 28. Four American soldiers, caught asleep whllo doing sentry duty In tho first lino trenches, havo been sentenced to death, but Uen. Pershing, although ho has authority to carry out the sentence, has referred their cases to tho War Department for rovlow. These aro tho first cases of tho kind since tho American troops went to Franco. Ono soldier has been executed for an unspcakablo offenso on a French child nnd in his caso Gen. Pershing acted swiftly without as much as referring it to Washington. In those cases, however, somo exmay bo tenuating circumstances found for tho men, tired and nerve-wor- n by front line trench duty in a hitherto unknown manncrtof warfare to savo them from the dcatli penalty at the hands of their own fellows. President Wilson probably in tho end will review their cases. Going to sleep on sentry duty has long been offense, holil as an unforglvablo punishable by death, and such cases, rare as they havo been in tho American army, havo furnished some tho most absorbing incidents of its recollections which attaches to the history. Ono of the most touching memory of Lincoln was his pnrdon of a country boy, who, fagged out by tho hard duty of campaigning, went to sleep on a sentry post. - Sunday morning, and there will ho singing at two p. m. Mrs. Kate Payton, who has been on the sick list Is better. Mrs. 11. A. Sandcfur Is spending a fow days with her son Mr. E. T. 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Norway lost 1,000,000 tons. The other losses were duo to wear and trouble, have been benefited by the use of Cardui, the woman's tonic, according to letters we receive, similar lo this one from Mrs. Z.V. Spell,. etiquette, good stories, etc Only SO cents' year (worth double), Including a tree pattern. Subscribe today, or send for sample copy, 'nVTIFBFUL INDUCEMENTS I to Agents. Postal brings premium catalogs I and new cash priie offers. Address out Hcciu. co. 2zs is M w. nth sl. row ofHayne.N.C. "I could I tons.but of this number 9,000,-00- 0 and ono of tho very best must in all cases accompany pa-Ic- rn to renewals and now subscrlb-cr- s alike. tear. THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. Cat-licen- tho actual tonnage available now Is as.000.000, or 4,000,000 tons less than thcro was available at the outbreak of this war. Secretary Uakcr says that It takes two ship tons to furnish a soldier In So i HF V H 4 bills in Now actual shortago of ships when the an airplane. SCANDAL FNCOVERED go over York, and New Jersey last year fall- - million and a half Americans of 7,000,000 tons. uuiiormiy, oui in iwu oiaicn unui of Supplli" For oil In vTho l'liilm-- c It ls estimated that if tho people cat laws woro passed. Massachusetts year Military Piiipors. possession of this country work hard thsl passed a law prohibiting they can produce 3,000,000 tons and She writes further: 4,I of cats on Muskegat Island or tho 4,000,000 tons. am in splendid health . . . Chicago. March 1. Federal olll- - bringing of any cats to tho island, tho allies can produce tho loss wo canOlIlCOS of . till) can do my work. 1 feel I ...... and Michigan declared cats following If wo can cut down .W". ..,, l LI ) i, ..!,. lit rnliloila on (ho tracl. of Kamo iircls or small not recover tho shortage. owe it to Cardui, for I was Henry H. Llppert, n manufacturer STUPENDOUS MOST condition." SO THE in dreadful agent, In an effort to obtain evidence Bnmo public nuisances, and decreed IS THE If you are nervous, runwhich Government investigators tno OWncr who permits them to THING BEFORE AMERICA SHIPS. down and weak, or suffer ALEXANDER SPECIAL. clared will reveal wide irregularities' run at iarK0 nfter notice from the BUILDING OF from headache, backache, Tho work In building ships should hero In tho purchase of Government RUmo eommlsloncr shall bo deemed nay elc, every month, try Plumage bo feverishly active. Not a Miss Iva Ambroso closed a very supplies. guilty of n misdemeanor. Cardui. Thousands of should a ship factory stop running. successful school at this place Frilegislation was extended in at least It Is spccincally chnrged that women praise this medibo a million men In day, March 1st. Llppert and his son, Ralph, "aided two States. Oklahoma now prohibits Thcro should cine for the good it has gathertho ship yards and behind tho ship In tho morning tho patrons nnd abetted" llrlg. Gen. Thomns nossesslon for salo of algettes. and done them, and many yards. ed In with their well filled baskots Cruse .retired, in receiving money for California of nlgottes, birds of para- physicians who have used ami at noon a most bountiful dinner horvlccs rendered In securing Gov- dlco, goura pigeons, and numiill. Cardui successfully with was served. ernment contracts. Somo 2,000 lettheir women patients, for In tho afternoon a nico program ters and documents wore seized in tho FOR FLETCHER'S years, endorse this mediJOHNNY ON THE SPOT. consisting of songs and recitations raid, and on tho strength of ovidenco cine. Think what it means was rendered by tho school contained In theso Llppert wus arrestto be in splendid health, A youngster went Into a merchant's Miss Ambrose has tnught us two like Mrs. Spell. Give ed. BALD KNOB. splendid schools and wo aro only According to Federal officials, busy office. Not getting Immediate Cardui a trial. sorry we can't havo her with us anGen.Cruso until tho first of tho year attention ho approached tho boss and (Left Over.) AU other year. was connected wjth tho accounting said: "Excuse mo, sir, but I want a Feb. 2C. Farmors In this vicinity She will lcavo In a short tlmo for department of tho Quartermaster's Job and I'm In a hurry." J 72 aro very busy burning plant beds nnd Howling greon whero slio expects to division, which is concerned wun "You do. ehV" said tho merchant. cleaning ground ready for cultivation. completo her course In tho Business awarding cnmtract.8. Officials said ..Au,i wj,j. .,r0 you in such a hurry?" Mr. W. T. Taylor who has been on University. o boon under sur- - J ..Got t0 iiurry," replied tho that Gen. Cruso had tho sick list is still improving. In what over courso sho may pur-su- o for somo tlmo because of ter, "i,eft school yestorday and Miss Winnie Wilson, School teach ho lmvcM struck anything yet. I can't sho has our very best wishes. rumored IrreKiilarltles.iuul that place and whoso homo is in to them that during tho waste tlmo and If you've got nothing er at this admitted $1,500 I'll bo moving on. Tho only placo I Hartford was called to tho bed side STATK FUU1T CHOP past month ho had received NHM'KI) KY FltOST of her Uttlo Sister last Friday and from tho LIpperts, but declared ho can stop long is whero thoy can pny whoso death occured shortly after violating any mo for it." did not know ho was Whitesburg, Ky., March 2. Moun arrival. Wo extend our deepest "When can you como?" asked tho her law becauso ho was on yio retired list. sympathy to her In her sad borenvo-inou- t. tain fruit men now Insist that buds Lator Ralph Lipport was arrested. surprised boss. havo formed sufficient in cherries, Succeed when everything else fails. "Don't havo to como," was tho Ho and his fathor both denied BIU Miss Martha Sandcfur, nnd Mrs. peaches, plumbs, pcurs, etc., to make In nervous prostration and female tho charges and said thoy hud no quick reply. "I'm hero now, and of pleasant call-o- lato frosto ami freezes practically they are the supreme weakness GenT Cruso. would havo been at work before this Beuluh Sandcfur, wuro illegal relations with remedy, ai thousando havo testified. of Mrs, S. M. Taylor, and Mrs. sure to nip thorn, nnd, as a result, Officials, nftor an Investigation of It you'd said so." FOR KIDNEY,LIVER AND Emelous Crowdor Tuesday evening. thoro aro poor prospects of a fruit . -- many of tho documents slozod in tho STOMACH TROUBLE So far Mr. F. L. Taylor, went to Iloavor crop in Eastern Kentucky. it la the best medicine ever sold raid, declared that a majority of tho NEWSPAPER REGULATION crop Dam, Tuesday on business. fruit men insist that the npplo over a druggurs counter. alleged business between Gen. Cruso IN ITALY AND FRANCE Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Crowdor, spent Is safe. Somo ot tho warmest woathor apparently had Llpports and tho Inst Sunday with her uncle, Mr. E. P. ever knwn In tho mountains at this boon carried on by mall and that tho cason of tho year has been prevailing Newspapers In Italy aro now reg- Sandcfur and family. indicated that tho Llpslozed letters Mrs. S. M. Tuyior spent tho 24th hero by the Government as to slzo ports had offored Gen. Cruso $300 ulated oxcoptlons with Mrs. F. L. Taylor, nnd family. a month for his aid In getting Gov- and price. With some TOO 1'HOFKSSIOXAIi. Mrs. C. T. Smith and daughter papers must not contain more daily ernment contracts. woro pleasant callers of than four pages, and 10 times a Miss Mario Singleton Dr. Pollott Is certainly month thoy must bo published In Mrs. Harriet Wallaco and sisters, ISLATION. man I over RECENT LEG uud Mao Sandcfur, tho most absent-minde- d two pages. Returns by dealers must Misses Connlo Bif HiCiJUBmSslH i saw1. Sunday evening enn DCDcriMAI. HYr.lFNR placod on tho not exceed 10 per cent of tho number Wedorly Is that so? Tho ilrst gamo law Dissolved la water for douche stop Rev. Boyd Drowning, will fill his ot copies furnished. .Singleton Yes; he was married pelvic calarrn, ulceration ami statuto books of any State through been regular appointment at this placo havo In Frnnco decrees Recommended by Lydia E. medium of,.. an Initiative petition Sunday, last week anil during the ceremony, tho third Saturday night, . . Pinkham Med. Co. for ten year. i.i.nnn Hiintlnir Issued which imposo restrictions up next Sunday night when ho should havo placed a ring on A healing wonder for nasal cstanlj, - has been on the uso ot paper particularly for nnd Economical. folt finger, ho gamo wun flyliiB machine.. will rrinin kinds of ndvori sinir Rov. William Embry, Mt. fill his tho hrldo's askod her actually out her ore throat and sore eye.ccnniciJal tower. ..nn!inArv rleiDiina tod her SevU Fw. 50c. all jdniMu. of twyaul by J to put 'Pleasant, pulse nnd regular appointment at are entirely prohlbUed while VimJ. Tlnl'aalwToil.lConipanr.RMluJ.Miji. next second Saturday evening and tongue. Philadelphia Ledger. Is limited. of the State from for others tho size on any of tho waters Europe. Thero Is. therefore, at present ..- -., Washington, March 2. Benjamin II. Groves, a chief gunner's mate, has been commended by Secretary Daniels for his zeal and efficiency on January 13. when tho American ship Nynnza, on which Groves was commander of tho armed guard, sunk a German submarine in a battle lasting Groves' homo two hours and a half. Is in New Bedford, Mass. After tho Nynnza had fired ninety-tw- o rounds and the submarine approximately 200 rounds, Groves got range and fired four tho hells In quick succession, causing tho submarine to come broadside and keel over. It then disappeared Just as it was in position to dlschargo its destroying shot at tho ship. not stand on my feet, and just suffered terribly,'" she says. "As my suffering was so great, and he had tried other remehad us dies, Dr. get Cardui. . . I bejpin improving, and it cured me. I know, and my doctor knows, what Cardui did for me, for my Ai IN Fifty-fiv- e typewriters. Shorthand, explained by Moving ture machine. 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I win won't bo long beforo completely displace caiomei in evurj home.! Children can take it freely an with perfect safety. Every bottle guaranteed. 50c and $1 in bottles Nor genuino without tho likeness and sign tux8 of L. K. Grigsby. For salo by K . H. WILLIAMS. - Hrifor We Knock rs the Spots Out of Thing. Ladies' and Men's Garments French Dry Cleaned and Preutd la Superior Manner. Send us your Garment. and Them sfJVTl rEvery Woman Wants - IHiti imum--mation- CLEANED CLriAIN Packagea called for and uellvere, THE ELTE PRESSING GLUI A. Iva Nail, Prop. IIAKTFOKD, KKNTCCKT, ;:wn):E,ng.nrrfowlh,oster; J lj (r j'.i.intt!'jj i .rjz."s. vlt3' "" '' jftw . .Jt ft Realizing the .seriousness of the man who has onjoyed domestic happi- Allen", Soldiers lit IT. S. nny Not To (Jo To France. aeed corn situation In tho country I ness through a long life, that It was FEVER IS SOUGHT want to urgo upon our farmers tho not good for man to bo alone, and The market chnnjres almost daily, but we are Washington, March fi. Officers necessity of testing their corn for very naturally sought tho comfort -today March 2 pnyinjr tho following prices: (T and men In tho nrmy who nro of en- seed. and companionship of a wlfo for the emy nationality, but of whoso loyalty Tho excessively cool wet Spring and Corn No. 3. 60 American Soldiers Volun- days of his ripe old age. thoro Is no question, will not bo per Summer and tho early freezes last 18S Undergo Exteer To mltted to servo on tho battlo fronts, year so Injured thu seed corn of this kaiserith kisses in, mi JCyCJjT Shelled, .r cents per bushel higher. periments. but will be detailed to Insular posts country that unless wo tost tho seed These prices delivered Louisville. . Loses Job, Marched To .lull Draped when their regiments nro ordered to corn and know that wo havo strong 11 If you have any White Corn to Hell, now or In Old Clory. Franco. germinating corn, wo stand a good later, it will pay you to write - C. Sixty enlisted Paris, March Tho War Department has adopted chanco to havo a failure In tho corn llALLAKt) CORN MILLS, Incorpomtuit, JLouUvlllo, Ky. You as n policy for the treatment of such crop this year and this would mean men of tho United States Sanitary Canton, Ohio, March 3 nre guys will all bo taking your hats off cases of sending tho men to duty In a great shortago In our food supply Corps, nil from New England, now serving as hosts to normal or to the kalsor In a month!" Insular possessions, releasing men In for tho coming season, which would Jnfocteil lice, or have received InUeforo tho crowd of forty werkmen tho regiments there who can bo sent hinder our nation In Its war activities jections of blood from soldiers to whom he had shouted tho remark to France. and help prolong this awful struggle. Known to have been suffering from could reach hint. Harry Rogalskl, a A recent case of the kind was that With this staring us In the face no trench fever. They nre quartered former employe of tho Canton Drop of Capt. Fran J. Feluler, chaplain of ono can bo tho true American he In a llrillah base hospital, whore the Forge Company disappeared Friday a regular regiment and who went should bo and not test his corn. You 1 Amorlcan Red Cross is using them night. He U can not tell by simply looking at It as with his reglmont to Franco. Yesterday tho men waited at the t,f German birth and speaks with a you havo dono In other years whether for an investigation of trench fever, M which is now since tho war. office of tho cashier for the supporter marked Gorman accent, although he or not It Is good, for testing nlono will Tho organism producing tho fever of the kalsor to call for his pay enve- - has been in tho army sinco 1900. No tell the tale. Corn Is testing very t every doubt has been cast upon his loyalty, low all over tho country and you can o5 has not yet boon dlscovored by lope. When he appeared microscope, although It heads tho workman In the plant quit work and but It has been decldod by Gen. Per- - not afford to take a risk on it at all. by hundreds of persons, ulilm- - Hint tlin ffillni? of thn l'ronrh I U'ntllil ,, .. , ,ciu Mint vnlt nirrv nil nn f fevers among tho British troops at ... mlvlart w.,t ui i..i,.j till .lit ..w ..-.- . tho front and stands .second In the escorted him to tho nubile square uthorltles must bo considered and no , oar test so that you will know that Ok list of thoso causing the greatest where ho was made to kiss tho Am- enemy nationality be included In his every car Is good. You can do this wastage. The disease Is not fatal, erican Hag. forces, oven though ho is personally with a small box and a llttlo dirt In but It means an absence of six to Aftor tho ceremony he was turned satisfied to' have them. Chaplain it and (becking it off Into 2 inch eight weeks from tho ranks. over to tho police, who marched with Feinler, therefore was sent back and squares and numbering them and Scarcity of physicians in the Rrlt-ls- h their prisoner draped in tho Hag to assigned to duty at Fort Shatter, Ha- then numbering your ears to corres- nrmy prevented tho Royal Army tho J.ill, followed by the crowd. Ho waiian Islands. Medical Corps from studying the will bo tried on a charge of uttering Many regular army noncommising over with a piece of cloth and a cause of the disease. The American remarks, the federal au sioned officers and privates are of little dirt or a wet coffee sack and Red, Cross decided to undertake a thorities said. German or Austrian birth and have placing in a warm room and seo that survey based on tho yellow fevor In' failed to take out naturalization pa- It Is kept moist until it germinates In Ahl, AMERICANS vestigation In Cuba. ) 1Q lters. When the units to which they six or eight days. IU IX KINO SHRVIOB belong are With tho approval of Gen. Perordered to Franco Mich Or If you prefer that we test It for 5 shing a call for volunteers was made men are detached and transferred to you then get 10 or 15 cars of your1 CM every member of the Every man, womau.and child in regiments in the insular possessions. seed corn as you and virtually k would select it to 101st, 102d and 104th Field Hos- this country, who wants to servo tho The war Department feels that this Is plant and shell it as you would to g pitals and tho 101st. 103d and 104th country, can serve It and serve It In no reflection on tho transferred men. plant and thoroughly mix It together V? offered to a very simple and effective way. It has no doubt of their readiness to Ambulance Companies and bring In a couple of hundred Sixty That service is to lend your money to serve submit to tho experiment. the United States whole heart-edl- grains and leave It at either of the 25 cents Every A comfortable the Government. men were selected. wherever they may bo sent. Hartford or Beaver Dam Banks with walled hospital with a complete loaned to the Government Is a heln. m your name and address. I will see I 1 laboratory equipment and everything at this time and practically every REV. .J. C. PETRIE DEAD. that it is tested for you and will let necessary to trace tho transmission man. woman, and child by making you know the results. Both of the of the parasites has been provided some trifling sacrifice, some denial News has been received here of High Sell ols at these places have ).tnlel und Everett Shaver, two young Y , Immediately to begin bis son- by the Red Cross. of a pleasure, or giving up some in- the death of the Rev. J. C. Petrle. at offered their assistance In this work, white men, testified they met Mosluy tenco. He was tried on threo counts, dulgence, can render the Govern- his home In Elkton, on Wednesday. nnd I want to Impress the necessity of nenr the gate of Oakwood cenietry on two of which ho was found guilty. TUB WAR WBBK. ment that support. Death was duo to complications in- your cither doing It your belf or getSunday night about 10:30 o'clock In one he wns charged with saying; Every 25 cents will do something cident to his advanced age,, he being ting It done through this method and nnd that he first asked them to chip "If I nm put In charge of a party on "Events of the week in the world to help a wounded American soldier, S4 years old. help save the world. in two bits apiece to gcta half pint tho other sfdo I will surrender to war havo been chiefly confined to tho wounded fighting for the American Rev. Petrle was well known In If any of you have any good seed ! of whiskey When they refused to tho Germans, no matter what tholr Eastern front. Russia holds its hand people and American liberty. Isvery Hartiord and Ohio county, iui- - corn for sale after it has been tested. do so and started to ride ou the boys strength may be." On another of cent loaned the Government conover Its head while hostile hordes ing served as pastor of tho Hartford I would llko to know how much, what negro threatened to shoot. ho said: Huns march with merciless step, tributes something for the safety and circuit, M. E. church. South, for 4 variety and your price on same, and stated the They gave Mosley CO cents after "I will light for tho United States conquering Its provinces. "We are strength and sucess of our soldiers years or moro. It can be truly said I will keep a list of It where It can be helpless." cried the cringing Rolshe-vik- i, nnd sailors, equipping them, main- that his life was one of usefulness seen at the Banks and those desiring which they wore allowed to pass. so long as I am kept on this sldo of Gross Schroader testified that ho was the Atlantic, but If I am sent to tho "And accept your terms. Leave taining them, clothing them, feeding and profit to tho communities in seed corn can get it from those parta few rods behind the boys mentioned other side I will act Independentus alone." nut whether to awe tho them, and giving them artillery and which he moved. Ho spent a half ies. I will also send a list to tho and that when the negro met him ho ly." Russian spirit or to bolster that at ammunition and all things needed century In tho ministry ami his nork Ky. Experiment Station whero It undertook to hold him up after pickThe third count, on which ho was army kept up its for their efficiency and triumph. home, the German during that period covered a wry will be advertised in other states ing up a rock from the road. Schr- found not guilty, charged that he had conquering inarch almost to tho very large territory. Rro. Petrlo had free. oader stated that when he also pick- said his father and brothers would, gates of Petrograd. Japan, ever 12 MBXICAXS KILLED been placed upon the retired, or Let us attend to this at once and ed up a rock and told tho negro ho take up arms against this country If 11Y AMERICAN TROOPS covetous to extend its dominion in list a few years ago and bo ready when the time comes with was not afraid of hint the negro wont ho wns sent to Europe. This caso tho east, is taking advantage of the had not been active in the ministry the best seed and raise the grcotost ou his way. had attracted wide attention. Marfe. Tex., March 3 Twelve since that date. tolerance of tho rest of tho world, orn crop In Ohio County wo have had Before tho findings of the court several .Mexicans were killed and om and is preparing to throw her armies and help our own financial condition . TAFFY. martial had been reported officially .MRS. PEXDEETOX DEAD. Into Siberia and sit In at the feast were wounded late Friday when a and at the same tint feed tho world a report was published that Nlmke while Germany is devouring Rus- band of thirty Mexicans tired on au W. W. BIJOWDKK Taffy, March 4 Farmers are tak- had beun given thlrty-flv- o years' ImAmerican cavalry detachment In papers. Wo offer this uncqualed sia. COUNTY AGENT. ing the advantage of tho protty prisonment. A Hoard of Inquiry wns Mrs. Lula King Pendleton, wlfo of .No very important operations have command of Capt. Kramer Thomas. ordered to Investigate tho source of weather and burning plant-bead- s. The Mexicans opened lire while a Dr. E. U. Pendleton, passed away at occurred on the Western front whero Mrs. Harve Smith is very low with this report. GOOD CITIZEN DIES. each side seem to be waiting for parley between the leader of the ban- it. Joseph's Infirmary, Lexington, last pneumonia fever. the other to strike. For several dits and Capt. Thomas was In pro- Monday afternoon at 1:30. Mrs. FARM FOR SALE. S. P. McKlnney, of Beaver Dam, Mrs. John Davis who has been weeks predictions havo been made gress on the Mexican bank of the Pendleton, had gone to the Infirmary a Rio Grande r.ear Sierra Alto, south for treatment for an acute attact of died of pneumonia at tho residence confined to her room for the past that Germany was preparing for 13H ncre.s, 3 father-in-laGreen River botLumbago Mr. Frank Fle-ic- r, two weeks with is no great offensive on the Western front, of Sierra Blanca. Private Mattack llrights Disease, from which sho had of his tom, remainder rolling updand, 7 near Cromwell, Titesdny. and was better. by fragments of been a sufferer for quite a length of but so far only minor engagements was cut on the fuce Miss Inez Kirk has boon suffering acre timber, balanco In high stnto buried at Green River church Wedhave taken place. The recent Ger stone thrown by Mexican bullets, time. was an entertaining and nesday, after funeral services by with a rising In hor head for several of cultivation, ft mile- from boat was wounied. Deceased man attacks .seem to have been chief i but no other American landing-- , grist mill nnd storo, 2 lady and numbered her Rovs. Gardner nnd Allen. He loaves days. lovable ly directed at those sectors held by miles from Prentiss and S miles from He was Thoro was an old fashioned spellfriends by hor acquaintances. She a wlfo and six children. tho newly arrived American soldiers, PROHIBITION (JOES INTO ing match at Clear Run school lions-- ! Boaver Dam. Four room dwelling EFFECT IX PORTO RIUO was a member of the Local Baptist about fifty years old. Tho Allies' but with small effect. Spot McKlnnoy was one of tho Friday night. School closed thoro and good out buildings. Church. Funeral services were conpapers give splendid accounts of tho If interested, wrlto or call P. S. best known citizens of tho county, Friday. Tho spelling match was by Rev. ducted at tho residence, San Juan, Porto Rico, March courage and resistance of the Amer- having been for many years a lead- largely attended aud much enjoyed. Lashbrook, Beaver Dam, Ky. 3512 lean soldiers, and report them every Porto Rico went dry at midnight Russell Walker, assisted by Rev. It. ing teacher in the public schools, and The music was furnished by M. S. night. This followed an act of D. Ilennett, at lOo'clock, A. M. Wedwhere holding their lines like walls last SMALL BLAZE AT SIMMONS. which her remains for several years past a successful Ilartlette on his graphophone. oi" stono or hurling back tho enemy Congress, which the election of last nesday , after insurance writer. He made tho raco Roscoe Balrd attended the funeral were placed away In Oak Wood. to repeal. This act with the force of an nvalanche. Tho July failed The residence of Dr. Wlllard Lako, for tho Democratic nomination for of Mrs. Ashby at Woodards Valley importation, manufacture, fate of the world ill fii.uiij ue'uw or Simmons, was narrowly rescued Circuit Court Clerk threo years ago, Sunday. A .NATIONAL DUTY. gift of intoxicating liquors or sale or termlned on the Western line. from tho (lames Mondny afternoon. and was known to almost every citidrugs. A local law permits tho manTho papor ou tho wall caught from ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. The Treasury of tho United States zen of tho county. Ho was a memcontaining ufacture and sale of beer tho kitchen stove and tho flames .NEW OIL WELL. Baptist church not exceeding 2V per cent of alcohol. as a great deal of monoy to raiso and ber of tho Green River I, the undersigned administrator spread rapidly over tho room, but tho It can not bo raised by bankers alone, and of a number of fraternal orders Many cafes were closed nt an earliTho oil development started about o says Secretary McAdoo. Tho banks Including thu Masons, by which or- of the otitate of Milton Black, de- prompt arrlvul of tho bucket county, last er hour than usual last night, after of tliL; country can not alono sustain der tho burial services were direct- ceased, will on thu 18th day of resulted in extinguishing the Leitchfield. in Grayson disposing of the last of tlioir diminyear has extended to Ohio county, America's needs in this war and ex- ed. It may bo Justly said of Spot March, 1918, at tho farm of Frank fire before sorious damago was dono. Olaton ished liquor stocks. and n well was started near tend to our allies tho essential aid McKlnney that Ohio county had no Black, near Hartford, Kentuuky, ofFriday. About a year ago oil leases better citizen, nnd that his death was fer for sale the following personal THE THRICE-A-WEE- K which they must havo to continuo tho FIRE BELL RIXGS. V a distinctive loss to tho communiwere taken on all the land In the property: Two mulea, ono mare, war. EDITION OF THE Olaton community, and a string of The ringing of the court house bell, The rich of this country can not do ty of which ho was. an honorable and three cows and two calves, one lot of NEW YORK WORLD leases were taken as far westward us Hartford's firo alarm signal, caused a it aloae; the men of this. country can useful member. Wo extend sincere hogs, lot of farming Implements, one Dundee, but no effort had been made hurried gathering from streets, stores not do It alono; the women of this condolence to his family and wagon, lot of hay and corn,&c. I.N 1I)IH. toward development in that part of nifl offices at Ellis Hrothers' Produce country can not do It alono; but all friends. Practlcully a Dally at tho Price of Said property will be sold on u mm a Weekly. Ohio county until drilling was beguu Houso about 9 o'clock No other Newspaper In credit of six months. Saturday of us, tho people of tho United States, on Morgan Patterson's farm Friday. morning, but fortunately tho cxclto-me- ut disregarding partisanship, forgotting ALMSHOUSE LAND SOLD. tho world gives so much at so low Purchaser will bo required to We aro Informed that at least two bond with approved security. a prlco, was of short duration, as tho selfish Interests, thinking only of the Nearly a hundred acres on tho moro wqIIs will bo started In that firo was extinguished before the vo- supremacy of right and determine to Tho value and need of a newspaper This March 7, 1918. section of tho county within a very lunteer firo putters out got ou tho vindlcato tho mujesty of American east end of tho county farm was sold In tho household was nover groater V. S. CARSON. Admr. short time. than nt.tho present tlmo. Wo havo scene. Oil that had wasted in 'tho Ideals and secure tho safety of Amer- at public auction at the court house m engine room of tho mill department ica and clvllazatlon, can do tho great door Monday, to Finas Wallace for MAJOR DeWEESE TRANSFERRED. boon forced to enter tho great world (JER.MAXY'S NATIONAL DEBT Major James M. DeWeeso who bus war, and u largo army of ourH Is had In some way Ignited and had and splendid work which wo have $2,035. The sale was made subject REACHES $27,800,000,000 given off a great volume of smoak, been called upon to do. to tho approval of the Fiscal Court for some lime been stationed at Camp In Franco. You will want to which will meet hero Saturday to Tuyior has been transferretl to Ft. havo all tho news from our troops . but .Mr. Ellis extinguished tho tlames on Germany's Amsterdam, March 3. pass on the matter. The Fiscal Rlley, Katis., and left Louisville for European NOTICE TO NOTARIES. before they spread over the building. battloflolds, and 1918 national debt has risen to nearly Court thought tho county had more that point Friday night. Wo lack promises to be the most m momentous o marks (about I27.S00-000,000- ), NOTICE. Tho stamp tax on deeds conveying land that was necessary for tho etalls of the war department's orders your In tho history of our universe. tho Reichstag was informed I will rcceivo sealed bids for the real estate should bo calculated upon to sell a part of It In transferring tho major, but wo and decided No other nowspapor at bo small a yesterday by Count von Posadowsky-Weme- r, old school-hous- e aud lot at Huyti the the total amount of consideration in- and devote the proceeds to repairs are advised that ho Is to enter tho price w.111 furnish such prompt and former vlco chancellor. county Cavalry bervlce bid to bo for both tho houso and lot. cluding fnce valuo of all Hens encum- on the farm and on other accurate news of these g The county Hoard will pass ou tho brances or notes given nt tho time property. The sale will probably bo ovents. It is not necessary to say DRAWS LON(J SENTENCE bids at its uext regular meeting, tho of sale, I. o. 50 cts upon each fivo hun- confirmed. HARTFORD HANKER MARRIES. more. 1st Monday in April. FOR UNPATRIOTIC TALK dred hollars, of tho consideration or THE THRICE-A-WEEWORLD'S IIEID TO GRAND JURY. Ayer, Mass., March 5. William regular subscription Tito Board reserved the right to fractional part of $500.00 whero the Mr. John C, Riley, the well known prlco Is only $l,-0- 0 Nlmke, of Torrlngton. Conn., a banker, and Miss Lula i eject any or all bids. exceeds consideration $100.00. a Hartford per year, and this pays for 156 negro, Aaron Mosley, a Haytl Rlley, of Owensboro, wore married In Company F, 301st Englners, papers. Termh. deed must be stumped when made Wo offer this unequalled Mr. Rlley Cash, or ono half cash and bank aud not when recorded. If all Notary charged with high "way robbery, was at Camp Devens, was given a thirty-yea- r nowspapor In Owensboro Friday. and Tho Hurtford RepubJirought his wlfo to Hartford yester- noto tor the remainder, due in ono Publics and Deputy Clerks will follow given an examining trial before sentence for unpatriotic lican together for ono year for $1 C5 u day and thoy aro at homo in tho Dr. year. the above It will avoid much confu- Judge Cook Friday and held under utterance. He was tried by a genTHE REGULAR SUBSCRIPTION bond in the sum of $200 fur the eral court martial February 5. Rlloy property on Frcdorica street. E. S, HOWARD. sion, PRIOR OF THE TWO PAPERS IS action of the grand Jury. Cecil S, O, C. S. Nlmke was taken to Fort Jay, X. $2.00. W. G. ULANKENSHIP.C.O.C.C. Uncle Johu, although nlgbt to tho CAUSES FOR TRENCH scriptural ago of thrco score years and ten, thought llko many another TEUTON OFFICERS TEST YOltH SEER CORN. Wanted White Ear " " lN'4' $1.90 lP,n Vl . ' ll ft G Q .. t t "f r a eMJMSsttro&rossrofiwssssc s 'v Mm4fJfo ies 9 ) ' m a ifrab n Suits Hvifo ' ' ClotHIng Co. y, HARTFORD, KY. QQW$0XX&&W?Q&$$$Q$l 2-- - ( f brl-gad- to pur-pos- world-shakin- K Sor-gea- nt to-da- y .tj-rET- i'r "ggiiy.st,SiMii m,-- f