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The Hartford republican: March 15, 1918 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1918 hao1918031501_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: March 15, 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. kr Fine Job Work. VOL. XXX. HUN SOLDIERS )t Jhtttford EejmMimti, DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Yeat No. 37 KNIFE ON USELESS JOBS IS GIVEN 0. K. HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 1918. savings account. Sulphur Springs la t nlso noted for tlio fact that its doctors havo no nccounts outstanding nnd unpaid. Wo will give further information about tlio assessment of tho county whim tho recapitulation sheet Is completed. TIIK GRAND JURY GRIND. Tho grand Jury ndjourncd Saturday after a busy week in which it reVarious In turned 29 Indictments. fraction of thot law nro covered In tho Indictments returned, but tho largest number for n slngla offense was for operating slot machines. There Is a notable lack of indictments for vlolntlous of liquor laws. The high price of liquor had about put tho bootleggers out of business. Tho following indictments wero re- Those German "Piece" Terms . . D , ENTER ODESSA Enormous Stores Of Grain Fall Into Hands Of Germans. NO RESISTANCE MADE o I ' ro MfTiortrW kMeSfM Supplies Will Be Sent To Hungry Hordes Of Central Powers. Berlin, via London, March 13. (British Admiralty per Wireless Press.) German troops havo entered Odessa. This official announce-mewas mado tonight. Odessa, tho most Important seaport of Southern Russia and tho fourth city of Russia In population was 'founded hy Catherine II In 1794. Its population numbers about of whom 450,000, nearly .one-thir- d nro Juws. Normally there were sev eral thousand German residents. Among many other Important Institutions It contains tho Imperial Now Russian University founded In 1865. Odessa Is tho largest shipping point of Russia, Immense quantities of grain produced In Southern Russia pasting thru It. Its situation near the great watorwnys of the Dniester make it the natural outlet for the exports of the Southwestern provinces. Tho preliminary peaco treaty signed by Rumania and tho Central Powers, on Mnrch 5, contained a provision engaging Rumania to support with nil Its strength tho transport of troops of the Central powers thru r Moldavia nnd Bessarabia to Odessa. Tho purpose of tho Central powers In inserting this clauso has not been nmdo clear, altbo the explanation was given that tho primary object was to uocuro tho Importation of supplies After tfce treaty from tho Ukraine. Germnn was signed tho news agency announced that Germany has acquired a direct routo by way of Russia to Persia nnd Afghanistan. Llttlo news has been received for the last fortnight of military opera tions in the east, altho It has been reported that tho Austro-Gcrmnwas continuing In some regions, notwithstanding tho conclusion of peace with Russia nnd Ukraine. Odessa, on tho Muck Sea, Is a city of some 450,000 Inhabitants. seml-omcln nd-van- turned: T. L. Dellnrt, carrying away the property of nnother, in which he is charged with appropriating about twenty bushels of corn, tho property ut j; .1 V 'M " A , 1 -- f of Hlmes. KENTUCKY NEWS. BOILED DOWN. Ed Nail, petit larceny, by taking LIKE SENTENCE CONFIRMED. tho property of J. C. Her. By tho collapse of a moving picForeign Minister Trotzky, of the Myers, fornication, with ture theater at Winchester Cloramlo thirteen Bolshevik! government, has resign William Barnes, convicted in the Tom Richardson. people, chiefly children, wero killed ed, nnd the seat of government has Daviess Circuit Court for tho murder Moslcy, robbery, of Everett nnd twenty Aaron three others wore injured, ibeen moved to Moscow of his wife about a year ago, and Shaver and Cecil Daniel sentenced to a life term in the penJason Taylor, abandoning Infant A tornado leaving death and de- itentiary, was notified through fast freight train struck a hand his child. car loaded with ties south of vastation in Its path swept over north attorneys Wednesday that the Court Loney Crowder, abandoning Infant Ellzabethtown, the engine overturned western Ohio late Saturday evening of Appeals had confirmed tho finding child. and scalded to death the engineer and of the Circuit Court, and that he adultery with fireman. Tom Richardson, The third Liberty Loan Bond cam- would have to enter upon his term Clemmlo Myers. paign will open April 6, the tirst an of service. Loney Crowder, seduction of Irma For the second time within a week niversary of our entering the war. Commonwealth's Attorney Smith Haven under promise of marriage. holdup men entered Louisville homes says Barnes' crime was one of the Steve Grlgsby, seduction of Annlo and forcibly cut luxuriant sult.i of Bud Fisher, the American cartoon- most Inexcusable and brutal Pitman under promise of marriage. hair from women's heads. ist whom "Mut and Jeff" made fa- he had been called upon to prosecute Jim Horton (alias Whisky Jim) mous, and brought him a salary of In the three years of his terra as pros- ing: selling liquor. The recent assessment shows that $100,000 a year, has Just been made ecutor. "The Republicans have an unTho Broadway Coal Mining Com- Hancock county fanners have only a Captain In a British regiment Barnes and his wife had separ- swerving conviction that the expense pany, renting house for unlawful pur- 668 beep. ated and the woman had gone to the of more than $100,000 annually.paid pose. Both branches of the Wisconsin country to do service as a domestic In salaries to these needless state L. & N. Railroad Company for fallMiss Sarah Lambert, a pretty lassie Legislature passed a resolution cen- - at a farm house. be stopp'ed immeOn the day of the officers, should ing to provide separate coaches prop- of Helller, committed suicide becauso Jsurlng Senator LaFollette for his un murder Barnes had spent most of the diately and this amount saved to the erly heated and etc. her sweetheart was drafted and sent patriotic stand in regard to the war. day with the family with which his State. The platforms of both parties W. F. Maddox, of McIIenry, for to Camp Taylor. wife was living, and had talked with pledge the abolishment of useless ofpermitting a gambling device (slot Tho judge of the Superior court her apparently in the best of good fices, and the Republicans believe machine) to operate ou his premisTwenty one million pounds of to- at Evnnsville has decided tho Indiana humor, and pretended to leave tho that to continue such offices upon the es. bacco has been sold over the loose State-wid- e prohibition law, to go In- premises about dark. But in the payroll until tho end of the present nyron Mason, Centertown, same leaf floors at Owensboro, at an aver- - to effect AprI 2, Is unconstitutional evidence the fact was' brought out dmlnlstration would be equivalent to charge. ago price of $15.85 per hundred for The case will be appealed to the Su- that ho had secreted himself near ndorslng and condoning larceny from Theodore Dunn, McIIenry, same which has been paid tho farmers premo Court of tho State. the houso and while the family was the state's funds. They can sso no charge. $3,416,581. t at supper shot through a window and reason why public funds should be Erman Taylor, Beaver Dam, same Evangelist Billy Sunday, Is hold- killed his wife who was seated at the paid to officers who are declared and charge. James A. Turner, former cashier ing his first meeting in his home table. known to perform no public service Haytl, sauio of an. Owensboro B. M. Lawrence, bank, has Just been town, Chicago. in return therefor." charge. sentenced to five years In the penLeading members of tho caucus be IN CIRCUIT COURT. S. A. Dexter and I. A. Vincent.Cen-tertowitentiary for embezzling the funds of Secretary of War, Baker, is in lieve the action taken will be same chnrge. a West Salem, 111., bank. Franco personally Inspecting the ac A number of jury trials and much adhered to by all Republicans, notJ. II. Addlngton, Kronos, same tion of the American army. work on tho equity docket are the withstanding the fict that it is well charge. J. Hunter Bell, a Daviess county result of court activities this week. known the administration Is using Pierce, Horse Branch, same farmer has delivered $12,000 John The Now York Assembly by a veto worth Enos Lawrence was fined fifty dol- every effort possible to Induce some charge. of tobacco on the Owensboro mar- of 84 to 64 refused to ratify the lars and given ten days in jail on a few Republicans to break the party James Browning, Rockport, same ket. n-wide constitutional amendment. charge, of carrying concealed a deadly ranks and support Its policy of fastcharge. . ' ening these useless officers up m tUo weapon. Guy MutTett, Narrows.samo charge. Dr. Bowers Is holding a protracted Mrs. Incretla Garfield, widow of Dick Stewart was fined $50 on a state until the close of the Stanley ad Ray Fulton, Rockport, banie meeting at the First Baptist WITH TIIK TAX LISTS. is dead at 86, nt charge of malicious shooting and ministration. church the r charge. in Owensboro, and Is warning his her home in Los Angeles, Cal. wounding with intent to kill. Stanley Men Active. Joe Tate and II. L. Moody, Hart- audiences to get ready; that the end Alex. Kelly, colored, was acquitted Tho county court clork had Republicans, Several widely-know- n ford, same charge. of the world is at hand. Archie Roosevelt, son of of a charge of Illegally selling liquor. friendly to the administration, wero cd only three precincts on tho Robert Sneddon, Rockport, samo Roosevelt, was wounded by a Tip Beasloy was also acquitted on in Frankfort all day, endeavoring to capitulation sheet when wo went to charge. In response to a call by tho au German shell. His left arm was a charge of bootlegging. ''examine that usually news yielding swerve the Republicans from their Sherman Ezell, Horse Branch,same thorities of tho government supply broken. In the case of the Commonwealth purpose to push tho Immediate, abol Hut from these wo charge. document. . depot at Jeffersonvllle, Indiana, for vs. Clyde Funk.charged with having ishment of the amendments. gleaned some interesting facts about Tho ac Sam Tate and W. P. Mldklff, Hart- femalo drivers for LECTURE FROM I1EXCII. automobil trucks, tho absurdity of our assessment ford, samo charge. carnal knowledge of a woman over tion of the caucus showed how little forty plucky Louisville women havo system. twelve years of age without her con progress they made. E. A. Tllford, oporatlng a "Wheel Ono of tho most scathing denun- sent, after the trial had proceeded tendered their services. Hartford precinct has 260 of Fortune" nt fair grounds. These Republicans, friendly to the ciations of moral turptltudo over de- for nearly two days, by agreement of Ooll tax payer who pay on proporty L. & N. Railroad Company, falling administration, have quoted the GovGlasgow is undergoing a scourgo livered from tho Hartford Circuit attorneys tho charge was reduced to ernor as promising to support any It lists 256 Kralucd at $350,461. pows, 346 hogs, 6,150 chickens, 7 to provide suitable waiting room at of meningitis. Many doaths have Court bench was made by Judge assault and the defendant fined $150. Dundee. kind of legislative district redisrict schools, churches, shows and Slack at the closo of the trial of Tho case of tho Commonwealth ing bill, provided tho minority would automobiles, has on hand only $189 Twbrth of provisions, $2.00 worth of LECTURER FROM TRENCHES. all public meetings have been closed, Clyde Funk, charged with a crlmo against Lltsey, charged with murder, withdraw from Its position on tho and tho State health authorities havo against Ruby Mitchell. Inspired with was called Wednesday noon and is probe committee bill. The Repubwlnes and whiskies, has 57 dogs and ' righteous Indignation at the unblush- still on trial. Court will probably in merchants carry only $750 of Major Robert Massie, of tho Cana- been appealed to for help. licans, ono of the workers declared. ing confession of the defendant of his adjourn this afternoon. . accounts ou their books. dian Artillery, who was wounded in would be allowed to draft the bill to ruin of tho young woman, Jddgo 8 Tlledn hus 233 poll tax payors, PERSONAL INJURY SUIT. tho French trenches and suffocated suit themselves without any DemoSlack expressed regret that ho could acres of land, 255 cows, 755 In German gas attacks, will deliver NOTED VISITORS. cratic Interference. hogs, 6,311 chickens, $118 worth of a free lecture at tho court house here Tho most important lawsuit heard not be given a long and just term Tho Republicans taking part in toprovisions, 110 dugs, merchants' ac- this afternoon at 1 o'clock. Mrs. Alice B. Locke, Supreme night's caucus, however, declare they This at this term of court was that of the in tho penitentiary. Ho declared counts of $890, and a totul assessed will bo tho first opportunity of Ohio administrator of the estate of John that men guilty of such crimes Lieut. Commander of tho Woman's an not violate tho principle embodied . valuation or $203,723. county people to hear a speaker re- Hlgdon, deceased, against the Illi- should be made to pay a penalty se- Benefit Association of the Macca- In the amendments even for the saka vere enough to be a lasting warning bees, Port Huron, Mich., and Mrs. " Sulphur Springs precinct has 261 count tho actual experiences of the nois Central Railroad Company, for against of obtaining a fair redisricting bill. tho reposition of such offenses Lola F. Eastham, State Commander ' poll tax payers and a total valuation death trenches In the great world ten thousand dollars damages for At tho instance of Senator Basil Tho large crowd presont to hoar tho of the Woman's Benefit Association of$320,222. It will pay tax on 334 war. Major Massie is said to bo a I causing the death of young Hig- y diRichardson, Gov. Stanley trial displayed a warm enthusiasm In of the Maccabees, Somersot, Ky , will rected tho 'cows, 693 hogs, 7795 chickens, 10 fluent and entertaining speakor, and don. Stato Board of Health to approving tho Judge's lofty notions ho present at an open session of Sun''geese, 8 automobiles, 8.00 worth of his appearanco hero is a rare oppor Tho deceased was a nineteen years tako charge of tho situation at Glass- provisions, 103 dogs and merchants' tunity for our peoplo to hear a first old soldier boy doing guard duty at of the protection of female sanctity. shine Review No. 42, March 18th, at gow, Ky., where spinal meningitis is Many persons expressed regret that 7:30 p. credits aro limited to $405. in., at Bean's Opera House. threatening to becomo epidemic. hand account of tho fiercest conflict the Rockport bridge about a year ago, .UU(,UII HUB pull IUX payers and ever waged between armies In battle. when he was run down and killed by tho lecturo had not been transcribed All the membors are requested to bo Already thore have been a number ' , published for the public's beno-fi- t. present. .,- - nw ,.,, v Invitations have been ex- of doaths from the disease. """'i "l e7j ! 680 worth Bring the women and children with an Illinois Central passenger train. and .t v tended to a number, who aro not "'.otlproperty. It lists 98 cows, 174 you. There will be interest for ev- Tho suit was brought by the father The Governor, also, sent telegrams members. Those receiving invita- to Gen, Blue, of the United States of the boy, through Attorneys Has-we- ll hoe. 1632 chickens, 2 geeso. no pro- - erybody, old nnd young. OUR ' ' ' visions, 30 dogs and its merchants tions are cordially urged to accept. and Walls, of Hardlnsburg and mm Public Service, and Surgeon General '' carry an oven thousand dollars of Barnes and Smith, of Hartford. The DYING OK CANCER. m Gorgas, asking them to assign men to f' Hlgdon boy was a citizen of Brcck-enrldIt Is a romarkable fact that all tho credit on their bopks. DOCTORS GROW SCARCE. Glassgow, to aid In coping with the Sonio of tho noticablo incidents of county. At a former trial former county superintendents of Mr. "Bobo" Reld, of Rockport, Is disease. theeo lists are: East Hartford lists reported to bo critically ill of can- of this case a Jury gave the plaintiff schools for tho past forty years aro There Is not now an Ohio counon.thoroughbred maro that is worth cer of tho throat. Mr. Reld is one a verdict for $800, from which tho still living. Perhaps tho rocord of ty single man studying medtclno In BLANK DEEDS AND MORTGAGES. only $100. Magan precinct has no of tho foremost and best known citi-ze- plaintiff appealed and was granted a no other county In the State equals any of the medical colleges. There black smith shops, has only two geese of that section of the county. newt trial. The trial went through it. County superintendents are usu- wero 46 doctors in Ohio county five This offlco has a supply of blank aiHl only $2,000 worth of household Ho was best known to the people of threo days of court last week, and ally chosen from tho younger men, years ago, and now thero are only 23; doeds and mortgages, for use by aid kitchen furniture, or less that Ohio county for a series of original was given to tho jury late Saturday and perhaps that accounts for tho or exactly half as many as five years doputy clerks and notaries public, for enty dollars each to tho poll tax articles contributed to Tho Hartford afternoon. After deliberating two fact that nine former superintend- ago. Recently tho army has made sale. In lots of 25 or more 1 cent 'v!EVf er. Sulphur Springs Is the only Herald boiuo years ago under the hours the Jury returned a verdict tor ents, with tho presont incumbent, are a heavy draft on tho doctors of the each. It ordered by mall enclose still living. Their names with the county. clnct of the four showing a postal pen name, "Suggs." . the defendant. five cents extra for postage. ht, n, ht natio- terms of their service nro: J. Edwin Rowo, from 1878 to 1382, Frank Felix, from 1882 to 1S86, L. P. Loney, from 1886 to 1890, Joo B. Rogers, from 1890 to 1S94, 2. H. Shulta from 1894 to 1S98, Fon Rogers, from 1898 to 1902, J. M. DoWecso, from 1902 to 1910, Henry Leach, from 1910 to 1914, Ozna Shults from 1914 to 1918, and E. 3: Howard from 1918 to Jake Rowo Is now practicing law at Hawesvlllo, Frank Felix Is interested in tho publication of tho Herald at Hartford, L. P, Loney is in tho intcrnnl rovenuo service at Joe B. Rogers is a minister ut Chicago, 7.. H. Shults Is a Lieutenant In tho medical corps of tho National Army, Fon Rogers Is a banker and coal operator at Plkes-vlll- e, Ky., J. M. DeWccse is a Major In tho National Army, Henry Leach Is a professor in Hartford High School, Ozna Shults is associated with tho publication of tho Hartford Herald and E. S. Howard is serving as superintendent at tho present time. Republican Legislators Favor Early Action On Offices. Frankfort, Ky., March 12. Republican Senators and Representatives, in Joint caucus tonight, went on record unanimously as favoring tho immediate establishment of tho various State offices which tho joint probe committee recently declared to bo useless. Action on the question followed vigorous speeches by Edwin P. Morrow, of Somerset, a special guest of tho caucus, and several others. Tho bills drafted by the probo committee, carrying out Its recommendations, probably will be called for consideration In tho Sennto tomorrow. As drawn, tho various measures consolidating boards and commissions and abolishing Jobs would take effect at tho expiration of the terms of office of the Incumbents. Gov. Stanley, In his recent message indorsing the bills, urged that they pass It In this form. The Republicans present however, unanimously pledged them selves to support the amendments already drafted by tho Senate minority under which the bills would go into effect June 30. Morrow Is Spokesman. Mr. Morrow, as spokesman the caucus, said after the meet- ro, fr iyEast 11,-79- to-da- til ge V Smlthson, John L.; SINKING Stevens, George; Shoulders, Uarclay; Sapp, Carl; Shultz, Claude; Shreve, FAST AS LAUNCHED IN HOUR OF NEED Marlon C; Tllford, Grover C; TurnUenjamln; Tllford, Robert O.; er. Taylor, Douglas; Tucker, WIIIIo C; I. Taylor, Ituey V.; C. Tlnslcy, Says Great Succss .The Honor Roll of Ohio Co. Williams, Walter A.; Wedding, Geddes Has Been Attained By George A.; Watson, Preston; Watson, Boys in Uncle Sam's Wester-ficl- d, Allies. Walter; Wilson. Elton W. Army. l Roscoc; Wade, Alvo Vernon; Whobrey. Goorge; Wcstorflcld; Law- r'srllaln' Wnnl. London. Dispatch. "Our allies aro " ,' .. ,Whll,n- Tho following is a list as complete . ' effort '' ; wrf ht making every ships," to Increase their able to make It, of ns wo have been Sir Eric Geddes, production of Unco' nil the Ohio county boys In Youug First Lord of tho Admiralty, said nrmy. It Includes not only,""""1 l4" Sam's Krncs in the Houso of Commons, the Stnto Guards mustered Into tho "but despite glowing reports in tho drafted men national army but the seas,,.,. Amerlcnn press and great ns the effort nnd those who have been for sevral l(mp wcahcr of March of that country doubtless Is, there Is years in tno united spates urui. Mvnrahlo- for tho n considerable time must ll'llia IU Ju ii it thero aro other soldiers In any of tho Pneumonia germ. Now Is the tlmo no doubt elapse before tho desired output Is nrmy whose departments of tho to be caroful. Pneumonia often rc- - obtained." , T, names are entitled 10 appear ... u. ulckcr a coll, The rate of exaggeration In tho list we will bo Pleased to have their tho llanBer. German reports of tonnnge alleged the i report tic i., friends A8 BOon ns the nrst Indication of a . .. I...... 1nn. until. M'flU I .1 PJ.'l i II tf OUIW ,0 III IIUU Rev. A. D. Litchfield, pastor of the appears take chamberlain's steadily. Sir Eric said. The i iUotnoulsi cnurcn num. uw"b Cough Kemedy. As to the valuo of In the second quarter of the roster of Ohio county soldiers in tho this preparation, ask anyone who 'period of unrestricted submarine war-parents of each nrmy, and asks the lu has used it. faro was twice that of tin nrst nf Mm soldiers to send him their -quarter. The rates In the third nnd names and nddresses. I.'. S. SOON MAY HOLD fourth' quarters were three and four Volunteers. 101) MILES OK I'KONT times that of the first qunrter. and Drown.Jesso; Harnett. Capt. Allison times In January four nnd one-ha- lt Washington, Mnrch 9. With men, tho first quarter. J.; Harnett. Lieut. Estill L.; Barnnrd, Charllo; Brown, Archie; Barnard, material and supplies going forward Submarines were being destroyed Claudius; Barnard, Godfrey; Bennett, to Gen. Pershing in full nccordlance In Increasing numbers, ho continued, Arvln B.; with the prearranged schedule, tho nnd as the methods employed against Capt. Wm. E.; Curtis, Cecil; Coleman, Levi; War Department has taken up the them were developed the numbers Carson, MnJ. J. M.; DoWltt, Dr. F. B.; organization of tho first field army, would bo enlarged still further. There Fletcher, me largest tactical unit used in mod- - was a growing reluctance on the part DeWeese, Dr. Clarence; Sidney; Foster, Chester; Felix. Her-- crn warfare. Until Gen. Pershing of German crews to put to sea. Tho bert F.; Felix, Capt. Douglas; Glenn, nas under his command a complete chances that a submarine would reHoward; Glenn, James; Glenn, An- field army, no further orgalnzatlon turn from a voyage In the waters drew; Glbbs, Chester; Hudson. For- of fighting units will be started. around England were one In four or It was originally the Intention of one In five. est; Hamlet, Edwin H.; Hawkins, Alvin J.; Hoops, Cecil; Hoover. Ed- the department to form the "typical" "For some months," said Sir Eric, ward; Howard. Otis; Hall, W. Park; field army by combining three army "we believe that we and the AmeriIglehart. Lieut. L. S. (Lununle); corps, but it Is understood that this cans have been sinking submarines for one nsfast as they are built." Igleheart. Lieut. Hoyse M.; Keown. plan has been abandoned Lieut. Gilmore; Liles, Sergt. William which calls for five or six. In the wnters around the British The purpose of this Is to reduce the Isles, which had been tho enemy's C. (died in service); Lake, Corbet; Likens, Lieut. Everett; Morris, Her- number of men required for organiz chief field for submarine operations, man (died in service) ; Moore, Will- ing the army troops the special the greatest successes against tho iam; McDougle, Neal; Maddox, Geo. units attached specltlcally to the field had been obtained so far. M.; Neal, Hoover; Owen, Fletcher; army for use In controlling the lines lately with the help of American Orr, Edwin; Peyton, Walter; Pirtle, of communication from tho ports of naval forces, said Sir Eric. On the Russell; Boss, Hcrschel; Raley, debarkation to tho army corps' rail other hand, conditions In the MediterRowan H.; Robertson, Lee; Robert- !:cr.;'.3. ranean had been more diTlcult. An army corps, under ordinary con- Losses there account for some 30 per son. Albert; Riley, Capt. A. B.; Siebert, William H.; Stewart, Warren ditions of terrain, can be expected to cent, of merchant ships sunk. Tho front of trenches, resources for combatting the subC. Died in Service; Shields, Rochlc; hold a sixteftn-mll- e Stevens, Archie (Died in Service) or about nine miles of geographical marines in thoso waters were less Turner, Ben; Tucker, Charlie; Tate, front. The first American field army, adequate and tho sucesses obtained James; Wlmsatt, Edmond R.; Wlni-- , therefore, may be able to take over less satisfactory. But as the reBerry D.; 100 miles of French line, Walker, satt, Douglas; sources improved it would be posByron; Wheeler, John; If the present schedule Is main- sible to turn attention to the MedWilliams, tained, however, It is safe to say that iterranean. Drafted. Wheeler, Vernon; Williams. Sidney by January, 1919, or earlier, Ameri- Sir Eric said the naval forces of Allen, John W.; Albin, Monslo B.;'can troops will be holding a longer the Allies In European waters would Anderson, Leonard F.; Alslp, Buck; stretch of front than was held by the bo augmented shortly by n force of Ambrose, Robert Lee; Allen, William ( British after more than two years of Brazilian warships. Mack; Burgess, Robert C. Barnard, ' war. Selection of the officer to be com-B- .; Bert R.; Baize, Roma; Barnes, Carl Byers, Tommies; Brown, Ellis; mander of the firt field army under Wo offir Ono Hundred Dollars Reward Bolton, Orlando; Bozarth, Alexander; 'Gen. Pershing has not yet been for any rase of Catarrh that cannot be There has cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Earl; Birch, Archie D.; cussed, it was said Hall's Catarrh Medicine has been taken Brown, Grover M.; Bishop, Leonard been some speculation In this regard, by catarrh sufferers for the pist thirty- B.; Blanchard, Nelson; Bishop, Jesse however, the names of Maj. Gens. five years, and has become known as the H. Barnett, Remus; Bratcher, Bertio Leonard Wood, Franklin J. Bell and Catarrh Medicine nets thru tho Ulood on C; Bates, Audrew J.;Bolton, Owen; j Hunter Liggett having been perma-Bento- n, tho Mucous surfaces, expelling the dis- n healing the It Is practically easedfrom the Blood and Bullock, Otis;!nently mentioned. Matthew; portions. Catarrh After Baugh, Barnie; Carnahan. Millard j certain that the man assigned will be Medicine you have talten Trail'swill see a for a short time yon H.: Colver. Willie Charlet. Elbert given the rank of lieutenant general. frreat Improvement In your Reneril taklmr Peter;CooU, Harrison; Cooper, Hu- which was provided for in a recent health. Stnrt and set Hnll's Catarrh Medirid of catarrh. Send cine at once foi testimonials, free. bert J.; Casey, Henry Fox;Craddock, act of Cougress. F J. CIIKNKT & CO.. Toledo. Ohio. Q Crabtree, Ray; Coleman, Lewis; Sold by all Drusrrlan. 73c a FavV.; Connerly, Cullen W.; Cobb. Chamberlain's (iiiih Itcim-tlJames orite for C'oliN. Willis G.; Coleman, William Douglas; II UN'S AIR RAID. Cavender, Lloyd; Chambers, Henry; J. L. Easley, Macon, III., In speak-i- n Chlnn, Robert; Claxton, George; of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Aerial Visit To England Metropolis Daniel, Wesley; Durall, James O.; Vividly I'ortrajeil. Draper, Cecil; Heavrln, Douglas; says, "During the past fifteen years Daugherty, Lonnlo It hus been my sister's favorlto medl-cln- o Daniel, Elijah W.; for colds on the lungs. I myself Loudon. Tho murderous work of C; Danes. Robert A.; DeBruler, - have taken it a number of times when a German airplane raider, by whoso Wm, V. ; I .u Kmmett: DeBruler. Ennis; suffering with a cold and it always re- - bombs many women nnd children crty. Claudio J.; Dennis Elder, Ernest; Hoved mo promptly." were crushed or burned to death in a Roscoe; Embrey, recent raid on London Is vividly deEdge, Arthur; Ferguson, Nurge 11.; Henry; scribed In an interview by ono of tho Griffith. Oder D.; Geary, It Is victims in the Daily Chronicle. Hocker, Oswald C; Hoflln, Willie C; such stories ns this that havo, roused Hamilton. Jas. R.; Hlnton, Foy E.; the Briton to grim wratli and tho Hall. Mack; Ham, John D.; Hurt, ILL demand for vengeance. Tho nnrrator David B.; Hayues, R. F. Hudson. a man, had taken refuge in a shelNathaniel; Hawkins, Clyde W.; ter with many others, Including a Howell. Robort E.; Ileflln, Guy S.; ; Hunter, This Woman Recommends number of women and children. Hill, Elbert; Hazlip. Ira "Wo had scarcely got tho last of Elmer P.; Hawkins. Ray; Johnson. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetho peoplo in when tho bomb fell," Parvln; Johuson, Olllo; Johnson, table Compound Her aid tho man. "All of them had been Elvis; Johuson, Witt; Jackson, ShelPersonal Experience. as calm and cheorful as you could by A.; Jones, Russell; King, William wish up to them. Tho children wero C; King. Lee Roy; Likens, Harbin; McLean, Neb." I want to recomparticularly fine. They wero singing Lashbrook, Grayson P.; Leach, Arglo mend Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Tho Bull Dog Breed' and 'Way Down W; Leach, Bert; Leisure, Arvln W.; uompounu to all Logsdon, Kit.; Lonnle, Owen; (died women who suffer Iu Tonnesseo,' and tho younger kidfrom any functional dles were yelling until most of thorn Loach, Everutt C; Mc. in service); disturbance, as it tumbled oft to sleep in their mothers' Connell, Bev. P.; Matthows, Harlan has done me mora 11.; Maddox, Wulter I).; Mullln, Vorg-i- e pood than all tho arms or on tho piles of paper strewn doctor's medicine. about tho place. C; Monroo, Speed; Maddox, Don Since taking it I "Then camo tho explosion. Thoro Gill; Murray, Curl Mooro; Maddox, havo a fino healthy was a short, sharp hissing sound, Rhea C; Maxey, Archie E.; Mu3on, baby eirl and havo gained in health nnd which I suppose it made in its Stlllio G.; McPherson, William B.; strength. My huswhich ovon in tho basemont Nix, Thos.; Park. Luttrell K.; Price, band and I both wo could hear quite distinctly, and Erneht E.; Price, Robort E. L.; Park, pralso your medJas. L.; Park, Roscl C; Plummor. icine to all suffcrincr then Came tho crash, worse than anyHarvy I).; Pirtle, Arnold; Rhoads, women." Mrs. John Koppelmann, It. thing I havo ever heard. I think Roach, No. 1, McLean, Nebraska. most of us down thoro wore stunned George C; Ross, Layton; This famous root Herbert 11.; Rowo, Raymond; Rowo, Lydia E. Pinkham's and herb remedy, for a moment or two, and tho air Vcgetablo ComAlbert 11.; Rogers, William; Render, pound, has been restoring women of soemod full of (lying pieces of conHerman; America to health for more than forty crete. Fortunately I was Just outsldo John Elbert; Roblm-on- , Robertson, Herbert: Reed, Lewis O.; years and it will well pay any woman two big Iron doors at the time, so I from displacements, inRichardson, Olllo E.; Rhoads, Cecil; who suffers ulceration, irregularities, escaped tho worst of It, but I think It flammation, Rlloy, Seth K.; backache, headaches, nervousness or must havo boon at that time my llhouds, Arthur; "tho blues" to givo this successful hand was injured. Rhoads, Seth; Riley, Hardin; "Fragments wero blocking up tho Leo; Stevens, Ray; South- remedy a trial. For special suggestions ard, Shlby M.; Shields, Arthur B.; your ailment write Lydia In regard to exit, and wo had to light through to E. Pmkham Smith, Molvln; Shultz, Fred T.; San Medic.no Co., Lynn, Mass. The result clear u way out. It was pitiful to ders, Otis; Smith, Edward M.; Stev- - of iu long experience U at your service. hour tho women, sotno calling out dis ANSWERED THE CALL en, Hubert; tractedly for their children, and others screaming that their babies had been killed In their nrms. Some of tho children wo brought out wero dead. "Our flromen wero nt work as quickly ns possible, but In a tow minutes tho whole plnce was llko a furnace. Tho bomb had fallen and exploded yet not moro than ten feet away I camo across two llttlo children standing absolutely untouched. They wero crying with fright, and I got hold of them nnd managed to get them out. Thnt was nbout tho last I remembered of It, for almost Immediately 1 fainted I supposo with tho pain of my hand nnd arm, of which only then did I seem conscious. "Ono groat mass of concrete, weighing, I should think, nbout a ton, had fallen down right on n group of four women. Three of them wero killed outright, I think, but the fourth was only pinned down and was screaming out to bo released. Pour of in tried to get her out, but we couldn't mnko tho stonework budge an Inch, although we tried to lever It up with all kinds of things. "All tho time tho flumes wore getting fiercer and llciccr nnd coming nearer and nearer, and at length one great burst of flame and smoko drove us right away, setting light to our clothes, and we could not get near the woman again. Ono nf the men was alight from head to foot, and wc hnd to roll him In the water, which was ankle deep, before we could put out tho Humes. "It's simply horrible Inside there.' n fireman told mo. Masses of stuff hnd fallen down, making escape Impossible for some of tho people, ami wo found them crouching down In all sorts of corners, nil dead, where thoy had obviously tried to get away from the flames and smoko. Ono woman wns kneeling down with two little mites huddled up to her "It took fivo men to lift up one great lump of concrete which lay across a woman's leg. She was dead, partly from burning and partly from suffocntlon. 1 think." - riiACR TO STOP FOB LITTLE MONEY Main St., bet. 6th & 7th Louisville Hotel, Louisville, Kv The Only Hotel In Louisville Operated on the American nnd Kuropau, PUuu. 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This rnto Is applicable to renewal and now xubscrib-cr- s papers at this ul alike. qunrter. m SEND YOUR ORDER TO I CASTORiA For Infants and Children THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. 7Sf How's This? In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears Signature of y, the to-da- y. G&sy$f&&z&ti DON'T WORRY AllOl'T Telephone Troubles stantly trying to prevent trouble of any kind in the workings of the equipment, and to repair such troubles as soon as possible after they occur. Subscribers are asked to renortfrnnhlr immediately, and to exercise a reasonable patience while it is being cleared. If you do not see a man actually working on your telephone, it does not mean that you are not receiving proper Pol-so- YOl'll L1ISEUTY IIONH BELL Telephone employees arc con- '- iu tin wumi: ft ru WHOJRE Washington, March 9. Some people are worrying because market quotations for Liberty bonds are ranging wo or threo points below par. Liberty :iM..s are now selling nround 9SVi. while tho A per cent bonds aro quoted at about 97. For those unfamiliar with the stock quotations It should be said that this means that a $100 Liberty bond of the first issue paying per cent Interest will bring $98.-5- 0 3 cash In the bund market. Soma people, susceptible to tho whisperings of tho German rumor mongers, aro wondorlng whether this decline does nut mean that they are going a lot lower. This parlor panic has been increased by stories about people who havo had to raise money quickly and wero unublo to get moro than $96.60 on short notice. Thero is no basis for such appro-hensioThe only wonder Is that tho bonds havo remained so close to par against tho strong combination of circumstances that havo tended to depress them. Consldor tho fact that during 1917 tho prices of all bonds declined to bonds, such an extent that which hud a market value of $100 last January, can now bo purchased for $86. The basic cause is tho Increase in price which bus greatly reduced tho purchasing power of tho capital valuo, as well as tho Interest yield of tho bonds. Tho Llborty bonds wore Issued In a falling bond market and could not escape Its Influence. Moreover, when high-grad- e bonds.paylng 5 or G per cent, aro par, thero Is a great tomptation for big Investors to sell their bonds nnd pick up attractive bargains iu corporate bonds. On top of this groat market forco thoro have been a numbor of minor Thero has been heavy factors. soiling for tho purpose of destroying confldonce In their nation's n. gilt-edgbo-lo- w attention. board, in the cable or nr nnv nnr nf cnu. eral other places. Two or three men may Ul. tlL. V The difficulty may be at the Ul IV switch- M ,M IIUIIIII ' II 11IIWII. clear troubles promptly. 1 It is always our first consideration to When yon Telephone Smile S&PS, 5&. V TCI rnunwr iCiLiCtrnuiCi AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY niMDCDI A MTT vuiuuiJiMirtMu II OfiAw rl Incorporated J. HUNTER MATTHEWS, MANAGER, IIAUTEORD, KY. secretary of tho treasury has asked thut this practico bo discontinued und Stow-art.Cod- y, valuo of tho Liberty bonds has boon tho practico of morchauts and othors accepting theso bonds lu payment for goods at par or bettor. Merchants must immcdnlutoly convert thoso bonds Into cash to financo their own purchases. This means that banks that bought bonds up to the limit of their resources must tuke more, and this thoy will do only when tho price will yield them a profit. Tho banks must market tho bonds as soon as possible, nnd this aeries of forced credit. Wo must also tako into account tho Bales Hoods tho market. Tho merpsychological effect of tho Russian chants who accopt tho bonds at pur or better of course protect themselves situation. Another artificial influenco which by marking up their prices eo that has helped to depress the market profits will be us great as ever. The his roquest ought to bo heeded. Every holder of Liberty bonds ought to understand that Undo Sara will In any event maintain tho prlco of tho bonds nnd while thoro may bo temporary flunctions iu tho long run tho Investor will bo protected. Don't worry about your Llborty bonds. They are all right and will remain all right as long us Iho Dan nor waves. Just thut ti bond Is an Investment, thut It is not Intended to bo used in, stead of iiiouoy, and thut you can " "u UU'U " sen u on a moment's uotlce. Star-Spangl- ed L MiWir Tin ' ' '"""'" '"' i ;;jggggjgjjMgSMSBM xiwuk Iw .HI. 4..U---JJ. I ul Uk.JW. 40,515,126 IN 0. S. Thc Stamh Cntlprtnr LINER WINS FIGHT WITH 1 T' ARE CHURCH MEMBERS a r S3rSCt353HHEX3r Religious Data Shows Big Gain Over Former Years. f i JL amotwer WJUtdLU J AUyUi" -- stamp mJ3aw If A b-- OH BtN) m. . . ,A A n ,i J Mh ak J Hi) .. IS ui U A A A W A V. J &s3fcC(Ll Submarine Hit Squarely On Back By Ship's Shot Ducks. lrerpool, March 10. An officer of a steamer from an American port gives n stirring account of a nlnety-mll- o U-b- f.r.A n.i.-.- . larunu T...t..' ir.mimt Ct moments j SBSBM rJxKfa .v r, 4r CASTORIA For Infants nnd Children. rr . '- ' ' - - Mothers Know That wsf1 V Htntlfltlcs, which hnvo heretofore been prepared cacli yenr umlor tho direction of tho Federal Council of tho fight with a In tho AtlanChurches of Christ In America by tic. It lasted from tho firing of a tho Iter. Dr. II. K. Carroll, nro Issutorpedo which Just missed at 11:45a. ed this yenr by Dr. Cnrrol In tho w. until 0:40 p. m. During thnt tlmo Christian Herald, showing tho growth tho stokers worked without ceasing of tho American denominations durto get every ounco of speed out of tho ing tho past yenr. Accordlnp to Micro boiler. Tho engineers got her up from n normal ten or eleven knots to thoro uro now In tho United States ! moro thnn thirteen and a half. 40,rilG,12G church members, 14,603,-34- 2 "Tho gunners wore on duty every of whom nro Catholics, tho resecond," said tho officer. "From tho mainder being divided among moro brldgo wo could see every shot from than sixty religious bodies. fJKT LONG SKNTKXCKS. Wo formed a big press that In futuro all information tho submarine. 4 Tho total Incrcaso In tho church rcgnrdlng casualties must bo ob- high target 500 feet long nnd the enmembership of tho nation during tho year, according to these figures, is H Xiitionul Army Men Convicted Uy tained from tho War Department. emy showed only a smnll domo five l. At tho Adjutant general's offlco it miles astern. A couple of hours ef073,295, tho Catholics reporting n was stated that the list without ad- fective shelling mndo him a bit gain of 108,750 members, this Camp Dodge, la., Mnrch 11. our gunners speedily dresses would continue to bo sent to being much smaller than for many years past, duo In large meas- Found guilty by a general cotirt-martl- tho committee and would bo available showed him that it wns unhealthy to come too close. Wo had plenty of of refusing to obey orders, there. ure to tho falling off of immigration. ammunition and wo used It' lavishly. Tho gain in Catholic membership eight Natlonnl Army men from St. With constant practice, too, our gunduring tho year 191C wns about 3D0,-00- Paul, Minn., all professed Social- N'AMK OX FKKIGIIT CAIt I.KADS TO MAHHIAGK ners begnn to get better. NevertheThe following nro tho statistics ists, have been sentenced to long less about 3o'clock the German gunfor tho other larger denominations of terms of imprisonment In tho Leavenworth penitentiary, It was an- Mahoncy City, Pn., Mnrch Tho ner got out some better shells and tho nation: A. S. Hroms wns mnrriago of George Wingenbach, of shrapnel began to rain on our decks. Tho total Methodist membership, nounced was Including sixteen bodies, Is placed nt given twenty years and tho other Akron, O., nnd miss Eva Weyer, of ino man in tno wneeinouso 7.7S2.01S, n gain over tho previous seven were sentenced to twenty-llv- o Jackson, hero culminated a romance struck by a splinter. A shot pierced years' Imprisonment, nil at hnrd that began last summer when the tho scupper over tho boatswain's year of 173,734. Of this tho Northern Methodist Church, with n total labor. The soven nro W. II. Tresclcr. bride, in a spirit of fun, wrote her room. Another struck us abaft the membership of 3.SS7.000 reported n C. A. Carlson, Carl W. Johnson, Axel name on a boxcar in transit. Wing- engine room on tho port side. "For a while tho fight was fierce. gain of 144,00 members, tho largest W. Carson, Gunnnrd Johnson, For-ri- s enbach, in Akron, saw tho name and Then for half an hour no shots were Knmmnn and Nickolaus Ungar. wroto to her. Increase In tho history of the church, fired, while tho submarine maneuverexcepting ono year. The Presbyter- llroms and Treseler were native ed for position. Our ship was vibratians, Including eleven denominations, Americans. The others were born TATTOO StGXATCP.E OX ARM HEATS TRAVELER'S CHECK ing with the speed. Our captain pacreport n total membership of 2,225,-87'- J, In Sweden, but had declared their ed tho bridge, keenly observant. tho gain In membership during Intentions to becomo American citiDetroit, Mich., Mnrch 10. Get out When tho finally got tho posiyear boing 04.278 Of this tho zens. the Tho court-martiends proceedings your tattoo needle, yo globo pacers. tion ho wanted and renewed the shell Northern I'rosbytorlnns, v?lth n mem(Ire, our gun crew decided to let him bership or 1.0S1.4I3, gained 3S.I1G. In which tho eight men had been It's better than a traveler's check. Minus the dollar iu tho pokct, but have it as hot as our gun would stand Tho Ilnptfxts, comprising llftcon Involved since shortly after Juno 5, nt home, a After n few minutes wo landed a shell bodies, report a total membership of 1!17. when they refused to roglster plus a bank account 0,442,393', the gain for the yenr being for service In St. Paul. They wore guest nt a fashionable Detroit hotel squarely on tho German's back. It arrested, found guilty of draft evas- went to tho clerk, rolled up his appnrontly disturbed him a good deal, 77.471. Tho Lutherans, comprising eight- ion and sentenced to eight months. slcovo and said: "I hnvo no letters of for ho stopped firing nt onco then een bodies, hao a total member Tho Federal sentenco was commuted identification with me, but hero's my slackened sliced, altered course and ship of 2, 400.937 and report a gain and tho men brought to Camp Do.U;e tattoo mark. Will you cash my submerged." for the year of only G.C03 members. Here they rofusod to recognize, the check?" DAYS; His name was tattooed on his arm. FItOM AUSTRALIA Tho Disciples of Christ, comprising authority of their ol'iccis. Ho got his money. FROM INDIANA HI, 15Y MAIL two bodies, repoit.u membership of IMIOGICAM H. S. COXVKXTIOX. t lfuJG.IGG members and a gain in Yesterday's Editor Constitution: membership of 09.01G. Tho Congro- THE THRICE-A-WEE- K Tlie Kundfiy School Convention of mall brought mo two pieces indicaSO", 90.1 members, gntlonallsts, with EDITION OF THE tive of our postoffico efficiency (?). report a gain of 12,200, and the Epis the Ohio County AsMicliition of Mis NEW YORK WORLD One was a letter from Hamilton, bodies, with a total sionary Ilaptisls will meet nt ArinliurK copalians, two Victoria, Australia, dated January 21 IX 1018. The other donomina- - llnptlst ihurcli, .Sunday, March itl, I kn of 4,931. 191S, tho other a C. O. D. package with 11)18 nt !):() A. M., with the follow turns reported nro all smaller, iii program: Practically a Dally nt tho Price of from Elkhart, Ind., mailed at that correspondingly smnll gains. S. S. meets. No other Newspaper in placo January 2G, 191S. Can you n Weekly. There nro roported in nil theso do- - 9:30 a. iu. Locnl days from Austhe world gives to much nt so low beat it? Thirty-si- x nonitnatious 1S1.S0S ministers, a gain 10:00 Devotional exercises. tralia, 31 days from Indiana! What River 191G of 1.244, and 22G.G00 10:15 Heading of minutes and the a price. appointment of committee on Tho vnluo and need of a newspaper a marvel our P. O. is! churches, a gain of 1.00G. . All of the banner. H. HITCHCOCK, In tho household was nover greater seminaries report a largo decreaso In than nt the present tlmo. We have Hitchcock Heating Co., 1301 Healey Istiulents for tho ministry, duo to tho 10:20 Report of schools. Organization. been forced to enter tho great world BIdg., Atlanta, Gn February 27. Tact that so many of tho young men 10:40 11:00 "Qualifications nnd duties of war, and a largo army of ours is alATLANTA CONSTITUTION. arc- being called to military service. a good S. S. Superintendent." ready in Franco. You will want to Tho contributions of tho various W. M. Fair, L. II. Tlchneor. have all the news from our troops on 12 GERMAN AEROPLANES (denominations show a largo increase SHOT DOWN IIV HH1TISH lover tlioso of tho previous year, duo 11:30 "How prepare and teach tho European battlefields, and 1913 lesson" Uev. Russel Walkor, promises to be the most momentous HtimuluB of war conditions. Uo tho Sam P. Dennett. London, March 10. Twelve Geryear in tho history of our universe. iTho largo gifts by tho churches and No other newspaper at so small a man airplanes wero destroyed in 'to tho Y. M. 12:00 Noon. V by tho church members p. m. Dovotional. price will furnish such prompt and aerial combats on Friday, says an 'C. A., tho Itcd Cross and tho V. W. C. 1:00 1:10 "Tho value of S. S. to tho com accurate news of theso world-shakin- g official statment on aviation Issued "'A. and other benevolent causes have munity" Dr. E. W. Ford, ovents. It Is not necessary to say last night by tho British War Office. ""helped the contributions to tho dis- J. W. Phillips. Tho statment follows: moro. Mnctlvely church causes. Tho North- "In tho air fighting Friday twelve THE THRICE-A-WEEWORLD'S Presbyterians report a gift to 1:45 "Tho S. S. and Missions" era It. L. Brandenburg, Uev. regular subscription price Is only $1.-0- 0 hostil machines wero destroyed. Ten missions of nbout $4,750,00, n gain llirch Shields. per year, and this pays for ICG were driven down ont of control and ' over tho previous year of half a mll- Sllon dollars, and tho Northern Mcth- - 2:15 Offering nnd presentation of papers. We offer this unequalled others wero shot down by our antitho Ilanner. newspaper and Tho Hartford Repub- aircraft gunfire. Threo of our maVjdfe1 rt'l)ort Blfts to missions of $5,- y 5i?J,000, a gain of about $250,O0G 2:30 "Duty of church members to lican together for ono year for $1.65. chines aro missing. At noon tho Sunday School" D. E. THE REGULAR SUBSCRIPTION our machines dropped ten bombs on All!tho denominations report tho gift Allen, Kev. Anrdn T. 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These lessons you on take in your own home, by maiL This represents one year's free instruction. Weber -- Stelnway Chickering Kimball Statck $110.00 92.00 90.00 95.00 195.00 Plant Book Fran K Send for our latest complete second band bargain list. P. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. 1843 Starck Bld., CHICAUO to-da- 3: 15 Adjournment. jAoi) MftTKItK KKOM L U. K. nWIJl'll.lir 14II l.1 .. '.... Llvorpool.March 10. An oillcor of thousand letters to relatives and .friends nt homo written by American i'8oldlors In Franco, were lost when ?l,tho steamship Andania was sunk off co.st of Ireland tho latter part of Janunry, It was unnounced Friday by 'tim Post Office Donartmont. 4 Tho letters were written by soldiers January 15 nnd 20. A between 'r. small quantity of parcel post also &vWas lost. Information of tho loss 7came from tho United States postal e Department v4"gent, nnd tho n made tho announcement for the of tho soldiers' relatives who 'ititLVe 'misted letters. All our S. Ohio County to elect and as well as to S. in tho bounds of tho You Can Be Whatever You Association, aro urged send three messengers, huvo their S. S. largely represented, nnd to 'compete for S. S. Convention Iinnner now held by Cano Hun llnptlst church, Como to Adnburg and bring your friends. W. M. FAIR, D. E. ALLEN, i RUSSELL WALKER, STOMACH TROUBLE says: "For quite suffered with stomach trouble. I would have pains and a heavy feeling after my meals, a most disagreeable taste in my mouth. If I ate anything with butter, oil or grease, I would spit it up. I began to have regular sick headache. I had used pills and tablets, but after a course of these, I would be constipated, it just seemed to tear my stomach all up. I found they were no good at all for my trouble. I heard a long while Mr. Marion Holcomb, of Nancy, Ky., I want To Be t t i Committee CENSORS ItKFUKIS TO ISSUE U. H. CASUALTY' LISTS THEDFORD'S BLACK-DRAUGH- Post-Offic- lnfor-iSktlo- .' J GIRL'S HIU HKPIjACES chin SHOT OFF IN ACCIDENT March 10. Miss Marlon, 111., Tholrna Ilassomlor of Carml, whose chin was shot off last summer, when a gunTin tho hands of a soldier was Ideatnlly discharged, underwent ALinAPflHnii vnntltrilnv wtinrflllV a rlh " s.-'" ; , ., wairwoveu irom nor uouy ami uuui In thgshupo of her chin. Tho opora-tloJya- a prououucod successful and thNMiln will look as natural as the ouT0t was shot off. ' r m Washington, March 10. Issuance of dally lists of causunllties among the expeditionary forces abroad was discontinued Friday by the Public Information Committee as the result of an order of tho War Department, under which the names of the next kin and emergency address of soldiers whose names appear on the list hereafter will be withheld. Tho official explanation Is that the purpose of tho order Is to keep information of value from tho enemy. On being Informed of tho order, tho committee took Mio position that long lists of men killed or wounded J would bo worthless to tho nowspapor I correspondents without the nddrossos and a notice was issued advising tho' T recommended very highly, so began to use it. It cured me. I keep it in the house all the time. It is the best liver medicine made. I do not have sick headache or stomach trouble any more." ht acts on the jaded liver and helps it to do its important work of throwing out waste materials and poisons from the system. Tills medicine should be in every household for use in time of need. Get a package today. If you feel sluggish, take a dose tonight You will feel fresh tomorrow. Price 25c a package. All druggists. Black-Draug- You can be a success, and a big success, if you have AMBITION, ERERGY, NERVE. The road to success is oasy if you are properly prepared. A Business Education is the chief requisite if for preparedness. The big men of today almost without exception are the men who prepared yesterday We prepare you for the position that are ruiu. for the prepared man or woman. School in session the entire year. Pupils may enter at any tim and receive proper classification. m fen 8 hi (Incorporated) Ii ONE CENT A DOSE OWENSBORO, KY. (173) The Hartford Republican Published Weekly by fULBTFOUD rRINTINa COMPANI Incorporated j, . SMITH, W. S. TINSLEY, Scc.-Trea- wn President s. MSN HENRY f. THOMAS TINSLiEV, AsaoclAto Editor liuiior ' and Business Manager. P.nttrrd according to law at th I'ostofflc mnll matter of the necond Hartford, Ky., Addreis all communications ffea Hartford Republican. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS abacrlbm dwlrliift tho jinpr wnt to ft Idflrw most pUe the old addreu In making to new tli ttqamt. BnlnMs Locals nnd Notice 10c per line nnd 5c r line for encb additional Insertion. Obltsnrloo. Itwolntlorm and Cnrd of Thanl;Sc line, money In adTnnce. free, but other Onnrch Notices for ttIc advertisement. 8c per line. lll recelTe no Anoaymooi communlcatlone ttentlon CuXLtrlQ.nd... Tumeto' 2Xu.tual.. PltlDAV, TSLEPHOirES. .. 1C3 CO 15 ...MAIICII If Secretary Daker runs short of officers for tho army there Is Gov. Stanley's corps of Colonels to draw on. Billy Bryan and Charlie Chaplin were on tho same day booked for a speaking tour of tho country In the interest of tho new Liberty Loan. It Is well enough to pump some fun into tho bond sale campaign. Income Tax Agent, May, complains that Ohio county people are treating the income tax question with apparMr. May doesn't ent Indifference. know just how modest Ohio county people are about their wealth. Tho city of Louisville is attempt-in- c to get from under the odium of Green street by changing its namo. Perhaps it would make better headway by changing tho residence of a number of citizens on that well known thoroughfare. tection only of a nominal fine. Had ho branded a horso not his own with a scar froln a burning Iron ho would have been convicted as a felon, but ho brands n young woman with the mark of ineffacable shame and gets a trivial fine. Our quarrel Is not with tho courts, but with a cankerous and gangrened public sentiment that indifferently tolerates If It does not actually condone such crimes. The law so jealously guards tlto rights of property that It will not allow the young man to contract away his property until he is twenty-on- e years old, and yet It Is that indiffer ent of the young woman's good name that she Is made at sixteen tho custodian of her virtue with the power Damn to consent to despoliation. such laws. o-- c other minor mailers woro given attention. It wna tho opinion of tho STRAY STREAKS and devoted husbands. Justices thnt tho land had brought approximately Its actual value, nnd THE IMIICE OK HOXOIl. (By Kluko McFluko.) they confirmed tho snlo nnd ordered Tho vnluo of n young woman's good nnmo was determined by n court If there Is any ono thing that a deed of transfer to Mr. Wallace, of law hero Wednesday, nnd It was grates nnd grinds on our Nanny more tho purchaser. libTho following claims were allowfixed nt $150. A thnti any other.'tls to have an sat In tho witness chair, nnd cuss with a mind m ed: ertine Farmers Union Milling Co., $11 C- that his vision with unblushliiB fdinmo told tho blamed plgeon-tocstory of stealing tho sunshlno nnd crosses 9 Inches In front of his own '55, for bridge 'lumber. John 11. Wilson, $G.50 surveying the song out of the life of n bright beak, drop Into tho offlco nbout 11:45 young woman. There nnd keep us until 12:59 nnd when vo nnd plotting Almshouso land. nnd beautiful Kufus Dowell, $35.1,1, for bridge was no question of giving tho accus- go homo find our corn bread ns cold benefit of tho doubt, for he as an Ksqulmo, or John Henry's stare lumber. ed tho E. P. Duko, $7.50 for nails for confessed with apparent pride that Into any empty boozo bottle bridge floors. was th'o author of tho young lahe W. A. Owen, $S..T4 for brldgo sills. dy's hopeless and lasting shame, and It often happens that the visiting Sam Stevens $19.12 for expenses penalty was n hundred and fifty party with tho narrow gauge, one tho honor worth track, fuzzy sort of mind knows a to Good Iloads Convention at New- A woman's dollars. Had tho darn sight more nbout getting up a 1M)rt Ky n beast of draft! less than Marshal Flem. Stevens $1.50 for nccused stolen a dozen chickens ho newspaper, or Just what should and would have been sent to tho peni- should not go Into It than Old Solo conveying lunntlc to Hnrtford. W. S. Dean $23.07 for expenses to tentiary, but ns ho had only robbed mon himself would know If hero nnd a girl of her priceless honor tho pen- In the printing business, and, you Good Iloads Convention nt Newport, alty was a trifling fine. Had ho know, your Undo Sol was some wise. Ky. County Judgo Mack Cook, Counforged a check for n single dollnr ty Attorney A. 1), Kirk nnd Ksqulrc society would have protected itself We understand that some of the against repetitions of tho offenso by Hoarders at tho Hotel, headed by W. S. Dean were appointed n commitsending him to tho Stnto prison for a Arthur Kirk, who rooms with John tee to repair tho brldgo across Hough term of years, but society has young Henry Thomas, have filed a petition river nt Dundee. women whoso honor Is worth the pro- with tho Hotel Proprietor to require of men who mnko tho most faithful d ri.Atrtsfl! JYMlFr .: T'""3S.,Al5H.VrV " a&&3!SSSS,) w, ' ." You Ride the Too! el "M!p 'jASmSKv' Thomas to put a muffler on his watch when winding It. John Henry never winds the time piece until about 11: 19 P. M. nnd tho noise made nt that hour awakens those In adjoining rooms, especially on the same floor, especially on the same floor. A few more of these warm, bright, balmy days nnd there is going to be something doing at our house In the garden business. Our wlfo has been trying to plant the Idea in my system, that I should now be preparing spots for early varieties of truck, but only tho seed of discord nnd disagreement, so far tire germinating. I.OXE COTTO.V CIIOWKIC. Mr. Sep Williams, of tho Raid Knob country, Is Ohio county's role cotton rnlsor. Mr. Williams lins grown about ten acres of cotton each season for the past three years en", will grow about the same number of acres this season. Ho says that (it-to- n Ls a bettor paying crop than tobacco, nnd besides It is equal to the 1! legumes as a soil builder Mr Mains nns noen for sine jenrs an omployee of a cotton company In j Tonnesee, and in this way j familiar with cotton growing ' Dees AS Farm Work Without Horses rtk' j, v'Kiwara s it ini raw urn ekhe8si ajjayl"Jil J"J l.VL$..Jft! td-Vr- sit where you can watch the work the Implement is ding. You simply ouldc It with tha steering wheel easier than you can guide a team every, thing 19 right at your finger tips with plenty of pov.tx. You can work .is many hours as you wiiu in all kinds of weather on all kinds of jobs. ORIGINAL good job of cultivating, plowing, drillinp, mowing or any other Kind of farm work. Neither can you do it with a tractor. Tractor you With the Moline-Univers- See how the operator of a Moline Tractor sits on (he Universal Two-Whescat of Hie implement just as he would if he were driving a team. You know you couldn't ride your horses and do a Not the Tractor f '.Suva M$TTS 1 XiW.'A'f&B fio&H KMV. I Wit EXAMINATIONS UESl'MEP. Tho county exemption bonrd resumed the examination of draft men again yestorday. The men are being called in groups of 25 daily, and are called by order numbers. Examinations will proceed in this way until all the men In class one are Those passing this examination will be entered on the qualified list for the next call Squire Dean, ot Dundee, says there Is some good conies of this M. II. & 10 train running .so blame lute, is, when he comos to Hartford on business, which he does right oft n, his wife always has the milking done, the coal nnd kindling in and ho gi ts out of doing It. There is some similarity In getting into Hill Riley's barber chair nnd Doe Pirtle's dental chair. In as much i.s it's generally an ordeal of pull .'nil pain both was, but right there the likeness of the two porformani.'-- . stop. The Dentist never tries to rul in The passcge .by the lower house a hair tonic, a shampoo or a mass. of the Kentucky General Assembly LA KOLliKTTIS CHARGES KOOX MAY liH AIHEO and that's some relief. of a resolution prohibiting the teaching of German in state supported PLT.LM' SALE. Washington, March 12. Consid-sratio- n educational institutions was u piece of narrow mlndednoss. German literof disloyalty charges against On Saturday. March 1C," IMS, I ature is a rich depository for tho Senator La Toilette, of Wisconsin, will offer for sale to the highest nnd student, of much that is best in learn- .oon will bo resumed by the Senate of the ing, and it is a piece of scarcely par- Privileges and Elections Committee, best bidder, nt the losidence late .Ins. 1. Morton, 1 mile west of donable folly to close the mind of tho Chairman Pomereno said The personal property, In students of our schools to such valua- commute also will consider n pro-- 1 EonlsUllc, all implements, of nil cluding farming Such actions in no test tiled by former Senator Chilton, ble researches. kinds, household and kitchen furniway strengthen the arms of tho Allies of West Virginia, against seating of and other stock. Also nor weaken those of Germany, and his successor. Senator Sutherland. ture, mules, GC acres, in high state of the farm of wo hope the upper house will veto tho No action in this case Is looked for. cultivation. Sale begins at 9 o'clock measure. If we were at war with a. in. J. H. England perhaps theso silly solons WITH THE KKI CROSS. Admr., J. I. Morton, deceased. put a ban on tho teaching of would m English nnd adopt our native Chocaw. It appears that sonic pcoplo havo 'AHEXT-TEAt'HEIASSOCIATION join the gotten tho idea that If they The eyes pf tho world are turned Red Cross they assume some sort of Association, Tho Parent-Teacheupon the seething caldron of Russian obligation that may result In them recently organized here. Is doing a disorder and disunion. The Bolshe-yl- being called upon by the government useful work. The officers of tli3 Aswho nogotlated the dishonor- to perform some kind of service. Tho sociation aro: President, Mrs. John able peace with the Central Powers fact is that the Red Cross is an In- 1J. Wilson; Vice President, Mr?. Marhad but a loose hold on tho great dependent organization and lias no vin Hcan; 2nd Vice President, Mrs. mass of tho Russian people. Its pow-o- r egal connection with the government. J. C. Her; Recording Secretary Mn. camo of tolerance In an hour of It assumes no obligation to tho gov A. K. Anderson; Corresponding Secand a blind groping of ernment and tho government author- retary, Miss Leila Glenn. the people after a new order. It ities have no claims upon or control The purposes of tho Association aro never reflected the real spirit of tho over its members. It is an organ- to bring Into closer relations tlut .Russian people. Prom every section ization of patriotic men and women homo nnd the school, that parent of tho empire comes now bitter con- whoso duties aro whully voluntary, ami teacher may more efdemnation of tho traitorous Lenlno and It makes no demands upon Its fectively In tho education of the Germany in splto of members beyond an appeal to their nnd Trotzky. child; to arouse tho community to a peace is guardedly hold- generosity and good will. tho treaty of pioper House ot Its duty to neglected Smallhous Uaptlat church has con ing hor troops on the Russian border, and dependent children. in dread of an overnight uprising of tributed $53,21 cents to tho treasury Dr. Claxton, United States Comnn outragod people who may start ot tho Red Cross. missioner of Public Instruction, reTho Rod Cross hoadqunrters woio cently said a conflagration. Russia has millions that if Kentucky could of veteran ohllors and given a lead- opened again yestorday, unit will be have 50,000 men and women federed who Inspired their confidence open horeafter on Tuesdays, Thurs- ated in tho Paront-TonohoAssociawould inspire the Gtniiun heart with days and Saturdays. tion it would do much to bring up nwe and dread. Ladies willing to contribute their tho btatus of tho State educationaltlmo to Red Cross work will commun ly. too icate with Mn, C. M. Hurnutt, nnd are soma precinct There Tho mooting nt college hull Fri saorod for the newspaper writer to advise what hours they can devote day night was both ontortalnl.ig nnd iuvado, and among theso Is tho ques- to tho work. Instructive to those present. Mi. W. tion of woman's dross, it is u realm in Tho following members hnvo boen W. Hrowdor and Prof. limner wore which niero man U an interloper, lidded to the Hartford Chapter .since tho chief spoakors. Ignor- our report last weok; Mr. P. O. an Incompetent, u inlMflt, an . a Rockport; Mr. Oliver McKln-neant medlor, but tho matter of woiiocsi: roit rent. proRockport; Mr. Herbert Smith, men's undress Is tho proper Six Room Cottage, conveniently arvince of the editor, tho preacher and Simmons, and Mrs. S. T. Hunter. ranged and well located. Apply to tho teacher. It Is not our purposes to Get ready for tho $100,000,000 Mrs. Juincs Nance, Hartford, Ky. indict tho purity of purpose or tho Red Cross drivo for u fund to clothe loftiness of intention ot those women the nuked orphans of Belgium. It Is ISIiANK DEEDS AND MORTGAGES. who allow tho edicts of fashion to coming soon. .Miss Hettle Riley has resigned as drivo them to such exposure of their This ofllco has a supply ot blank persons as will excite comment from Treasurer of tho local Red Cross deeds and mortgages, for use by tho evil minded, but to frankly and j Chapter mid Mrs. S. O. Kcowu has Deputy Clerks and notaries public, for publicly advise these innocent slaves been elected in her stead. sale. In lota of 25 or moro, ono cent to fashion of the foul and slanderous Tho loeul chapter has Just receiv- each. If ordered by mail enclose flvo comments of men that would never ed two bolts of unbleached iiiuslin cents extra for postage. otherwise cumu to their ears. Tho for patterns for bedshlrts for tho liSCAIi COURT. writer has boon too often tho un- soldier boys. willing auditor of tho flippant sneers The ladles will soon begin making Tho Fiscal Court mot in special and vulgar Jests at woman's drubs by property bags for tho soldiers. Thue foulmludttd men, mid uuver oIixotvoh bugs will bo for the use of tho boys sostilou Friday, with ull the justices piBbent except Squire Den Itlco. it but with u feeling af painful pity confined in the hottpltafs, to koep The special meeting of the oourt pipes, tobacco, letter from und i egret. Immodesty In dies may indued appeal t0 tho iMeherouK and their Kweetheaits, and various othgr was ualltid to pats on the salo of a part of tho Almbhoute farm, but soiuo lbo libertine but utver to that claau little propsrtlus. '. ' to-da- y. tS rs kl ss to rs I i y, y, ANCIENT PAIR OK HOOTS. Mr. Will Ward, a farmer lllng In tho Nocreek country, bar perhaps the oldest pair of boots in constant woar In the county. Mr. Ward is wearing a pair of boots Mr. Kred Warner, now deceased, made for him suvon years ago, nnd they are good for much service yet. Mr. Ward has worn the boots six of the seven winters since they were made. Mr. Warner used a quality of leather, and gave it a character of work nanchlp we never find In the factory made work, add many of his old patrons will fei the loss of his excellent service. a a- THK Jl'XlOR ItEl) CROSS. Five layettes for HelRlau babl tave been completed and will be ship ped to headquarters at Cincinnati i lie material lias imen oougiu ann I the girls aro wnrklnx on pinafore and caps. They will make twen( five of each. So fur the Auxiliary has been .ielf- siistaiulug. Contributions of pieces of outing cloth, suitable for quilt pieces and carpet rags, also broken spool of san silk, will be gratefully appreciated. RURAL CARRIER MARRIES. Mr. Earl Chick and Miss Bessie Ren trow wcro mnrrled at tho Baptist parsonago in Beaver Dam Friday, tho Rov. Edgar Allen performing nuptial ceremonies. Mr. Chick ls rural mall carrier on Route 2 at tho Beaver Dnm ollico. and Miss Renfrew is at present teacher in tho Rockport High School.. Tho Republican extends to tho happy young couple tho heartiest congratulations. 3lM ?ZTi, i.J.T" -- r..r&fe' (xvi .rri ?..;i' f u - '? l . JI.1-HC- flWarc 1' JirTt- :$fe; ?f - It is heavy enough to do all farm work, yet light erci; :h to work on soft plowed ground without packing the soil. It will cultivate as well as plow. It will do your discinjr, harrowing; planting, mowirjj, haying, harvesting in short, anything you can do with horses and all belt work on the average farm. I'. will do all this easier, quicker, cheaper than with horses. It pulls the load of 5 horaes and 10 to 12 horse power on the 1x1'. It is made and backed by one of tii oldest, strongest, most dependable fan.i implement companies m the world, and built in the largest tractor factory ' in the worid. It is the only tractor which will do all farm work without horses. It is low in first cost and inexpensive . to operate. , r. T r - ,.,, r BgSggL fur-ni'-n- es . ' '' ' vS',. 'JJ." '. . ' If (.'.' i.V.; - z,m$m 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. Parts, supplies and needles for all makes of sowing machines. Needles 30c per dozen, shuttles $1.00 each, cash with order. If possible send broken or worn parts when ordering, also name of machine. Machines sold on easy monthly or yearly payments, old machines tnken In exchange. Wrlto for catalogue and terms. No obligation. Agents wantA. C. McKINSHV, ed. 121 Wost 3rd St., Owonsboro, Ky. at l OCAL BOV FIELD 1NSTRICTOR The Farm Tractor Now looms up as an unmistakable evidence of progressive farming, and bids ? fair to excell anything that has ever been introduced to increase production at a minimum cost. IN TEXAS AVIATION FIELD (Owousboro Inquirer ) n Mrs. L. C. Loach, wife of tho of the Catholic couiutery, has Just received a lottor from her son, Merlin Leach, who is now field Instructor of th'o aviation ut Houston, Texas. Mr. Leach Joined the aviation corps nt Cleveland, Ohio, sovoral mouths ago, and was sent to Houston. Several other young men who enlisted nt Cleveland at the same tlmo havo been scut to Franco, but ho has been kept in tho United States on account of his proficiency as an Ho writes his mother instructor. that ho is in lino health, and that ho likes flying Just as well us he would llko riding In nil uutomoblle. Mr, Leach is u nephew of Mrs. M. L. Heavrln. so-to- With This Idea In mind we have to offer our customers the MOLINE UNIVERSAL TRACTOR. In stock right now. We have consider1 ed the tractor proposition from every standpoint of which we are capable, and firmly believe that we have the tractor best adapted to the needs of this section. Tractor may be seen now at 'our warehouse, and public demonstrations will be later. COME ONE, COME ALL! Thero will bo a musical ontortaln-mon- t given ut Hortun MothodUt (col) church. March 23, 1018, by Prof. W. M. Wilson, of Bowling (J roan, Ky. Everybody Invited to come and hear him. Admission 10 cunts. R. ACTON, Pastor. E. P. BARNES & BR0. IM' Beaver Dam, Ky, i t-- t I' . -- . . 'Ujt.ikuai&sWjafdsUlMfc i lisfciHyiiiMllI .t.StiYjsgt" " Spring Opening We extend to you a spe Judge Slack nnd Commonwealths Mr. Clmrllo Turner, of Owcnsboro, camo over Wodncsdny looking for Attorney Smith will go to Calhoun Monday to hold a term of Circuit mules nnd cattlo. Court In the McLean capital. Mr. John Glenn hns moved Into his Mrs. James Lyons, who hns boon of property hero recently bought with her husband at Wichita, Kans., Mr. Frank Dlnck. for sometime, hns returned hero to Call nnd let us show you our full mnko Hartford her homo ngain. lino of Hugs. Prices right. Rov. A. D. Litchfield will lecture ACTON UIIOS. 3712 at Mt.IIerman Tuesday night. SubMr. S. T. Williams, Heaver Dam ject: "Twenty thousand miles by Houto .1, was a pleasant visitor at Sea and Land In Sixty Minutes.' this offices yesterday. Vulcan Chilled Plows, Bluo Bird Mr. Hooker Williams moved to Mr. Plows, repairs and pnrts for Bamo Sam Kcown's farm Wednesday, whore and points for Oliver Chilled Plows, at W. E. ELLIS & BRO'S. 34t4 ho will cultlvato a crop. S. C. REDS, RHODE ISLAND Mrs. Pendleton Ward Is very sick pneumonia, nnd her daughter Is largo size, good shapo and color. of Eggs $1.00 per 1G. Hens reasonsuffering from nn abscess. able. MRS. VANDER ALLEN.Crom-wel- l, Ky. 37t4 Mr. James Lyons, of Wichita, Kansas, will nrrlvo hero within a few Corporal John Wheeler, who has days for n visit with relatives. been in tho hospital at Camp ShelDeputy Sheriff Frank Roberts, of by, Miss., for an operation for somo Fordsvllle, Is assisting the Sheriff in trouble with his car, Is homo on furlough. waiting on the court this week. ?S KyOZo03mtmU0OmmmQmOmt"Zcf 49 ? THE HOUSE c o i c 0 ? I That SERVICE Built I c o cial invitation to be present at our Spring Opening of Millinery, Silks, Dresses, Spring Waists, Skirts, Coats, Coat Suits, etc., SERVICE is our WATCHWORD jj Our SERVICE is at your SERVICE 4? 4? 4? J c 0 o 41 N 43 2 J Saturday, March 16 The entire day will be spent showing you the la Mr. Ellis Mitchell, of Dundee, who Mr. Will Travis has shipped 14 cars of corn from Heaver Dam, for was recently appointed a member of which ho paid $1.50 per bushel. the county board of tax supervisors, has resigned on account of pressing Will Fair and Henry Carson, two farm work. of Hartford's busy merchants, aro doing Jury service In Circuit Court. Just received a large shipment of Garden Tools, Pocket Knives, AlumAll kinds of the best grades of inum Ware, and Pratt's Poultry Food grass seed, as cheap as tho cheap- and Medicine. est at W. E. ELLIS & MtO'S. 34t4 ILER'S GROCERY. ? ? 4? ? ? 4? 4V 41 4? 4? 1 test spring fabrics. Come and bring your friends. N s!Mszsmjnsaazz!Sswjrssn2S33ssassi KR3 Revs. Edgar Allen, of Heaver Dam JONES HIGH GRADE ANIMAL and Aaron Ross, of Echols, will begin FERTILIZERS specially prepared a protracted meeting at Dundee Sun- for Kcntusky Crops and Soils. New day. goods. 3G14 W. E. ELLIS & BRO A littlo child of Mr. and Mrs. Foster Hcnnett's was seriously 111 Turner and Misses Kathleen Wednesday, but Is roported Improved Margarett DeWitt went to Owonsfor a brief stay. boro Wednesday They went over in the car with Mr. Mr. Stonewall Evans of Arnold, Charlie Turner. was the guest of County Judgo Mack Cook a few. days tho first of the You who aro In need of Cook w eek. Stoves nnd Ranges, go to the store that has a full and complete line. Mr. Ilurrott Russell, of Concord, ACTON BROS., I'iis sold his farm to Mr. Ernost Ben- 37t2 Hartford, Ky. nett. Mr. Russell will move to Iiartford. Superintendent and Mrs. E. S. Howard and Misses Rowenn Rowe Miss Essie Lynch, of Olaton, has and Beulah Klmbloy will go to Dun;one to Narrows to have chargo of dee tomorrow to visit friends. They 'he Milllnory department for Loyal will return Monday. ' ? 4? 41 41 41 41 41 41 1 SERVICE is the most important word in o 0 To test ours is to find out that c business we are ready to take care of any reasonable want i c at the best market prices. We stand the test. c We are now showing the most complete line of c c DRY GOODS, DRESS GOODS, CLOTHING for Men, Youths and Children; SHOES and OXc FORDS for Men, Women and Children; LA- c DIES' and MISSES' GINGHAM DRESSES, b WOOLEN and WASH SKIRTS, COATS and 11 C COATSUITS, NOTIONS, HOSIERY, UNDERWEAR, OVERALLS, FLOOR COVERINGS, ? ETC., we have ever shown. c These goods were bought right and we have c plenty of them, so there should be no fear that you can't find what you want. c to-day. o & 41 ? 1 1 41 1 Make Us a Visit And Be Convinced. I B c 41 0 41 1 41 51 S1 1 arson egilO. HARTFORD, KY. CHILD SUIUOCSLV J!l'!lXl-:i- , ld 12- - 41 SI 41 13 brothers. The Hartford rmi).v. Republican MAIU'II is Personal .News and Social Euents, : See Acton llros. for your Garden 37t2 Seed. Mr. CIovo llor's children havo whooping cough. Mr. Dolmnr Stewart, of Cromwell, was In town Monday. Onion Sets, Whlto and Yellow, can 37t2 at Acton llros. Dr. R. H. ho had Pendleton was In Loula-vlll- o !1 the first of tho week. Esqulro Hen Rico, of Fordsvlllo, was in town Wednosdny. Mr. John Halo, of Fordsvlllo, was in Hartford Wednesday. Mr. Will Uoan Is moving today to his property nonr tho depot. Miss Mnrgnret Cardwoll closed her school at Victory Friday. Miss Dana Fuqun', of Clear Run, entored school hero Monday. 0 Disc Harrows cheap for Two cash at W. B. ELLIS & URO'S. 12-1- Miss Joslo Helm, of Whltcsvlllo, entered school hero Wednesday. Judgo R. It. Wedding sold a cow to Mr. Ernest Illrkhead for $100. Attorney Ernest Woodward, Louisville, was here Saturday. '. of Mr. Carl Taylor, of Reaver Dam, was among our visitors Tuesday. " Mr. Will Wines moved out to tho 6ountry yesterday', and will grow u , crop. LMr. O. T. Riddle, of Owonsboro, District mnnager for tho Cumberland trelonlione Company, was horo yeator- day to check In tho now local mnn- Mr. Harris. air, Mr. II. J. Glenn, after spending The Rod Cross Hustlers will meet several days here with relatives, LOUISVILLK MAKKKTS. Mi-f.Minnie Lauterwasser, of Con at Glenn & Simmcrman's office at returned to Findlay, Ohio, G::S0 All members urged to cord: is visiting frleuds at Madlson-vlllwhere he has a position with the Hogs steady Choice heavies, 1C5 bo profeent. Giant Rubber Tiro Co. pounds and up, $17.85; 120 to 165 pounds, $17.00; pigs, S14.6515.G5; Mr. P. O. McKlnney, president of Attorney Armlstead Jones, of NelMr. Emmet Whlttinghtll, of Oaks, roughs, $1G.25 down. exports steers son, was hero attending' court this tho Contortown Coal Company, call- bought two six months old calves of Cattlo Prime ed at The Republican olllco whllo in Moorman & Sons, of Glendean, for $11.50012.10; heavy shipping $10 . week. town Monday. light SS.OO 10.00; fat 11.50; which he paid $250. The calves arc Mr. H. W. Jackson, of Cromwell, heifers $7.0011.00; fat cows $9.00 thoroughbred Shorthorns. Mr. W. S. Tlnsley, of this paper, 10".00; medium $7.259.00; can-neifttonded Circuit Court hero Monhns been appointed County Publicity day. $G.OOC50; bulls $6.00010.-50- ; Mr. Bob Walker, who has been Director of tho third Liberty Bond employed at Akron, O., for tho sevfeeders $8.00 10. GO; stockors Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Kirk, of Sunny-dal- issue campaign. eral months past, camo homo Satur- $7.00 10.00; choice milch cows havo an extremely young lady day nnd will probably remain on $80.00100.00; common $40.00 Mr. John Moorman, of Prentiss, visitor. 60.00. tho old stamping ground. has moved to tho farm Just below steady; $12.0012.50; Calves common Mr. A. R. Tichcnor, of Mntanzns, town that ho recently bought from $9.00 $12.00; Get our prices on Plows and Farm- medium . , visited his sister, Mrs. S. A. Dratchcr, Eldred Crabtree. ing Implements beforo you make $6.00$9.00. Tuesday. your purchase. Sheen and Lambs Best sheep $9. We can save you Mr. Roy Foreman, who is attend- money. 10.00; bucks $6.00 down; tho best ACTON BROS., some fancy Prof. Roy Foreman, of Goshen, ing school at Howling Green, wns 37t2 lambs $16.0012.50; Iiartford, Ky. will tench tho Centertown school tho down Sunday to seo his wifo and higher; seconds $12.00 12.50; culls baby, near Goshen. next term. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Morton, after $8.009.00. spending n fow days here, with Mr. Our old friend Bat Nail, whom wo Morton's mother, Mrs. Ella Morton, FOIt SALK. Mr. E. W. Matthews, of Minnesota, is visiting old friends iu and around all delighted to cuss for a season for and other relatives, havo returned to giving us a chnnco for the smallpox, My residence, consisting "of five Fordsvllle. their homo In Evansvlllo, I ml. is well and out again. rooms, hall and largo pantry. Has electric lights and water In house. Mrs. O. II. Kirk, of Fordsvllle, Is Mr. S. E. Bennett and family will Mr. Hnrrls, tho now manager for buggy houso and all visiting her son, Mr. J. W. Kirk, at Decatur, Good stable, for tho Cumberland Tclophoue company, leavo hero Everlasting necessary outbuildings. Sunnydule. go to make their arrived horo Tuesdny night. Ho Ala., where they water In ten feet of like- well of soft future homo. Mr. Bennett will kitchen door. Mrs. Fred lldklff died vory sud- comes from Sebreo, Ky. ly bo with Tho Bond Bros. Co., in W. E. ELLIS, Tuos-da- y 3Gtf denly at hor homo In Fordsvlllo Attorneys Rupert Robertson, of tho timber buslnoss. Hartford, Ky. morning. Rockport, and Judge D. B. Rhoads, of C Edward Llkons was thrown from SOMK IMHCKS rOK FK1DAV A small child of Mr. John Rninl Beaver Dam, wore In nttondunco at an automobile on tho court house Circuit Court this week. AX I) SATUKDAV ONLY! Is critically ill of whooping cough squaro Tuosday afternoon and receiv pneumonia. and Ho Is Messrs. M. F. Tlchonor and Mont ed somo painful iujurlos. 100 lbs. Hon Feed, no grit. . . .$1.75 a swing aa a 100 1.00 lbs. Oyster Shell Roberts, of Johnson wont to McLean county the carrying hla arm in Mr. and Mrs. Ilarvo of tho accident. 10o' lbs. Mussle Shell 85 Fordsvlllo, visited relatives in Hart- first of tho week nnd bought a flno result roglstored Horeford bull. 1 doz. Cans Hudson Lye 1.10 ford this week. On account of tho assessor's books 1 doz. Cans 20c Corn 1.75 not being ready nnd tho fmthor fact 1 doz. 20c Tomatoes 1.85 buy your looso gardon Hurry and Tho smallpox epidemic scorns to Soap (last havo subsided. Only ouo now case that u recent act of tho Legislature 1 doz. seed beforo thoy are all gone. chance) '" In tho county Is reported for this has raised tho number of members to lLBIl'S GROCERY. ouo from each magisterial district 1 doz. Matches week, young Yelsor, horo. 1.1)5 the board of tax supervisors did not 10 lbs. Peaberry Coffeo Prof. J. T. Hoaglund and wife 1.15 Misses Lurouo Collins and Marry meet Monday. Judgo Cook has not 10 lbs. Good Coffeo relatives at Clear Iluu Satur1.15 Beau, who aro in school at Bowling yet appointed tho additional memborB 10 lbs. Pink Deans day and Sunday. 1.45 Grey n, visited tho "old home town" of tho board provided for by tho now 10 lbs. Uutter lleans statute. 1.45 10 lbs. Navy Deans Mr. John It. Phlpps nnd Miss Vena from Saturday until Monday. .(10 1 doz. Lenox Soap (last call) . . Gray wero married at tho Methodist I.:t5 1 doz. lloxcs Oatmeal FOR SALE. Tho Ohio County Baptist Mission parsonago hero, by Rov. A. D. Litch10 1 gal. Pure Apple Vinegar Board mot hero Tuesday with eight field, Saturday night. My ico plant, five ton capacity, 1 gal. Heinz Vinegar (whole-Hal- o members present. The time of meetn 50 plant prlco today, 7Gc( equipped to make a Dr. J. I). Stewart, of Dundee, has ing was changed to tho Tuesday 1.15 tho first Sunday in each month. at a great deal less cost than to buy 10 lbs. Head Uice passed tho required examination for plant. This plant Is in 10 lbs. C. Sugar a new tho army medical service, and Is 15 5 lbs. C. Sugar condition. Was Dr. Ford reports that Lon Stevens first-clawaiting for a cull to duty. pay good prlco for eggs and und vory stubborn case of "spring last seusou. MonWill ban u Can sell all butter. Eld. W. H. Wright, former pastor fover." Fortunately for us thoro uro ey making business. ILKIt'S GHOCBUY. of the Chribtluti church tiers, has three Lon StuvousoA In and about the lco that you can munufucturo. . H pastorate of the hero, and if either of them calls us Reusou for soiling, am going to leave been called to the FOIt SALK. Kid. to account for this nntlu) wp will State. Christian church at Sabre. Four good work hors. Se J. W. 12. HLLI6. Wright Is tho father of Mrs. C. H. swear wo meant one of tU other 3ltt E. CURTISS, at once, Hartford, Ky. Iiartford, Ky. Lons. Smith, of Hartford. i e. rs o, Kub-no-Movis-itcd bo-fo- ro 10-toss Monday whllo Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Tyro, who live about thrco miles east of town, were doing somo work baby's at the barn their lothes caught flro from an open grato and before the parents could come to Its relief It was so seriously burned it may die. An older child was present when the garments of tho little one caught fire and It seriously burned its hand in attempting to tear the clothes from the child's body. Screams of both children brought tho parents to the rescue, but only after tha clothing was almost entirely burned from tho baby's body. It3 recovery is uncertain. THE STAU THEATElt. The Star Theater will put on two splendid feature shows, tonight .Tnd tomorrow night. Tonight the country wide favorite, Kathlyn Wllllams.sup-porte- d by Wallace Iteld, will appear in "Dig Timber," a story of tho California lumber camps, and tho story is full of thrills from tho first flash of the light. A loveless marriage Is a. warning feature against hasty and mnrrlagos. For exciting intorcst and Instructive moral lessons this show will perhaps excel all formor work on tho Star's scroons. Tomorrow night May Murray will upponr in "At First Sight." Tho theme of. this story Is humorous in tho extreme, Miss Murray's gowns aro gorgeously attractive, and tho serious interest feature is ,tno winning of a husband by n bravo and plucky girl. o-- i u SEED COltX FOlt SALE. The prlco of my Doono County Whlto seed' corn from this dnto until further notice, shelled, graded, sacked, ready to plant is $G.00 per bushel. Tho seed is from a plot of three acres (hat mado an average ot 108 bushels per acre, is perfectly matured, dry nnd tight on cob, If strong germinating, vigorous growing, high yielding, acclimated seed will increase tho crop only fl.-- bushels per acre, there will bo un additional 35 to 40 bushels oi com on account of ouo bushel ot sood. The best is tho chenpobt. JOHN T. JACLhuN, Itockpo.c Ky. 34tf o 3 t . ' who known IteniK, little or lily, to r. The HepubllvMu. Hvryh4jdy ,j "s mmmmim mmm!mmmm Farm Department and management on tho range; by Don't wait for a warm day. securing the restocking of Improved frozen. Don't sow less than 8 to 10 lbs. per farm lands with sheep; by the larger use of forage crops and pastures; acre. Sow clover seed wlillo SKIPPER ROUTS SUB .WITH COAL SHOVEL ground Is Smashcd The Periscope And Escaped From Blind Driver. London, March 10. When ono's vessol Is in danger from enemy submarines anything will do as a weapon of defense, as Is shown by the story of a captain of a British trawler, who used a coal shovel with good effect against n German Tho trawler, according to tho story told by one of tho crew, who was In tho skipper saw a periscope crawl thru the breaking surface of the sea and about a hundred yards off. There wns no gun nboard nnd the trawler's best speed was less than eight knots. "It was a situation to dismay most men," said tho sailor. "Our skipper, however, has n fighting spirit. Tho touch of the wheel sent tho trawler's blunt bows pointing at tho submarine's whaleback, and we wallowed menacingly toward the pirate. swung around to avoid "The the impact and tho sides of tho trawler scraped along tho sides of the submarine. Tho periscope was still well ut of tho water, but was beginning to slip down as the submarine dived. "The skipper bawled for n hammor, a crowbar, anything that would hurt. One of the crew thrust n co.il shovel nto his hand nnd he scrambled on tho bulwarks and leaned over, two of tho crew hanging onto his coat so that ho would not fall overboard. Hack- wards and forwards he swung tho heavy scoop at the fragile periscope, and the third blow reduced it to U-b- ficctl Corn Scarcity Due to Knly Last year the United States produced tho largest crop of corn In tho history of tho country. Why, then, with such a great crop, should thcro be any scarcity of seed corn? to Wo doubt this question occurs many who have given tho matter little thought. However, tho cause Is easily understood when tho peculiar climatic conditions under which tho crop was grown last year and tho unusually sovero winter which followed are taken Into consideration. The conditions In Kentucky wero of course similar to those nil over tho main corn belt, but If anything more favorable than In the States farther Frost. by encouraging sheep and lamb clubs; by tho elimination of parasites; by protection against losses from predatory nnlmnls; nnd by having lambs ready for market at from 70 to SO pounds weight, thereby requiring a minimum of grain to finish them making possible the maintenance of larger breeding flocks. points of tho now regiments will bo as follows: Three Hundred nnd Thirty-eigh- t, Fort Douglns Utah; Thrco Hundred and N'lnth, Fort Snm Houston, Tex.; Three Hundred and Tenth, Fort Kthnn Allen, Vt.; Thrco Hundred nnd Kloventh, Fort Hllcy, Kan.; Throo Hundred and Twelfth, Fort Myer, Vn. one squadron of tho Thrco Hundred and Twelfth Cavnlry Is to bo organized at Fort Sheridan, 111. mm Em DiiiiVi I HOTELOrAMERICAN IDEALS 1 WILL YOU TAKE OUR GERMINAL REMEDY A Treatment fcjlr aTC for WEAK LUNGS ot MMHHKl CONSUMPTION HIM, NOW LAW; KUHLOUGII TO SOLDIKHS WHO FAHM Washington, March 9 The Senate agreed to the House late amendments to the bill providing for the furlough of poldlerw for farm work, and the measure will be sent to tho White House Monday for tho to-da- y countrymen. In a city, where good hotel bound, the Powluun heads the hit. It It first la the bum 'of lit A quick rellel for that tired, rundown feeltnc. coughs, pains In chest, nltht sweats, demur II It dc triages, weak lungs or consumption. not kelp yea it costs yon notblog. FOR ONE MONTH coluSn OHIO MEDICAL CO. north. In tho normal season, most of tho Uld S pronjptlj ot'ttllml In VteobuJji PATENTS nil (HiuhtniAvr ht ft. corn In Kentucky Is fully matured CIRCUIT COURT. THAT PAY. nliriUlliiii Uini4-Llr-, t Mir Is usually October by September20. eipn.e atklljripymitofnirri bnd iroj.l, JiuUior s.rteh for FRCC report Judge R. W. Slack, Owensboro. favorable for tho rapid drying out of on iinuiiiiiy r yirr pnnl.n. C. E. Smith, HartCom'th. Attorney tlio crop. November first tho grain nCFCrCNCCa. for frr OoUV. ,KN.B pn iTonutlil rnlrntj writ In ford. will contain only about 20 per cent B03-BO- B Sounnth Otrent, Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. I SJfM, EJ. "iJr-nrs.- i of moisture, and cribbing can be safeCLIFFORD M. LEWIS. MuMcr Commissioner Otto C. Mar ly started. Generally tho grain both A'a..ijcr tin, Hartford. in tho crib and In tho shock Is so dry Trustee Jury Fund Cal P. Keown, and firm before wo have any severely ' Trll 11'HK-l.iiLS-ZI Hartford. cold weather that tho germinating 1st Monday in March 12 days power is not injured by freezing. Last Com'th. nnd Civil. year the abnormally cool summer 1st Mondny in May 12 dayi Civil. crop at least two weeks late made tho 1st Monday in July 12 days In maturing. Much of tho corn in Com'th. and Civil. producing sections was the main corn 3d Monday in September 12 days not ripe when the killing frosts of Civil. In Kenearly October came. Even 4th Monday In November 12 days tucky considerable corn was killed Com'th. and Civil. before fully matured. October and FOR FLETCHER'S "The submarine commander, hear COUNTY COURT. November were cool months with i ing tho nolso and wondering what NOT much cloudy, damp weather, and corn new and horrible device the enomy Meets first Monday In each month aa SOLO dried out very slowly. Practically U N,D E R Judge Mack Cook. had invented, crept to his periscopes to XAISKOWS. none could be safely cribbed until ANY County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. Dr. W. L. Lawlace, who has been have a look, but all was black. Ho after the middle of November, and OTHER Clerk W. C. Blankonship. sick of malarial fever, Is slowly im- was blind and the trawler got away niols-tur- o even then it contained so much NAME. Shcriir S. A. Bra tcher. in safety." that there was serious doubt as proving. .Superintendent E. S. Howard. Miss Cecil White is visiting relato whether or not it would keep. On WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. The Woman's Tonic GKUMAX-HL'S- S I'KACK TIHtMS. Jailer Worth Ticheuor. temperature tives in Owensboro this week. December the Sth the Ifyoit ptirrli.iotliiNI V HOMi: yon will Assessor D. E. Ward. Mr. Hubert Taylor, rural mail car- fell to below zero. Most corn was so have n ltff ns.it t n t the price you r'y mid will The terms of peace between GerSuncyor C. S. Moslcy. parents near Whites- not have nil cinllchs chain of ripMrs. Sold Evorywhoro Mint it was frozen solid, and ro- - rier, visited his wot i m many and Russia, as signed at Coroner Dr. A. B. Riley. I'll la w ri is i o i anil viimini' ,' """ mained in this condition until Feb- - '"" provide that the war be.T FISCAL COURT. W i nomas is quite sick Mrs r.o ' Quality ruary. The freezing tore apart tho iTjjTKi tween tho two countries shall at once Meets Tuesday after first Monda tissues in the germ, thus destroying with grip. Considered terminate, and the further provision in January, April nnd October. Perhaps the vitality of ' Mr. Sam Davison and wife and Mr. are: Its vitality. it ii thc Ulrch Kcllx and daughter, Mrs. BranDistrict Ed Shown, Hartford. tho corn was not very good even be1st Territory west of a line don, were the guests of the family Route 3. Cheapest fore tho freezing weather occured, ; agreed upon, formerly belonging to Uml District Sam L. Stovens, Beavfor it Is known that corn which of Mr. John Renfrow Sunday. in thc end - j.S'Mrs. A. H. Renfrow anil MIh. Wal Russia, shall have no further obligaer Dam. dries out slowly loses its vitality tions to HiihHia, and that Germany :ril District to buy. Q. H. Brown, Simmons. ?z A even at ordinary temperatures. The lace, of Dundee, were in Louisville and Austria shall determine tho fate . ff-tv OirZa a remarkable fact is not that corn last week, buying spring goods for of the.se regions by arrangement Ith Distiiit G. W. Howe, Center-towIf you wuiitnKcwlni: machine, wrlto for vn? iMmM?L. v,l & Acton's Dun store at our latent eutnlogtio b foro you purchai-c-. poorly but that any of It Renfrow germinates h XT. &yV with their populations. ."Jill District dee. W. C. Daugherty.Balze-town- . The New Heme Sev.inz Mxhfcs Co., Orange. Mass. will germinate. 2nd Anatolian provinces to bo Mr. Marion Stone, of Indianapolis, evacuated and Erlvan, Kara and flth District W. S. Dean, Dundee. is visiting his parents at Olaton. Ileuns Peas uud Peanuts. n. F. Rice, Fordsvllle. 7th District Mr. Arthur Wilson and son, Ar Datum to bo ceded to Turkey. The production of beans and peas nold, went to Heaver Dam Friday 3rd Russia will at once demobi- 8th District B. C. Rhoades, Hartshould be Increased in regions to looking for a location. lize her army and retire her war ford, Route 5. which they are adapted, because of Mrs. Henry Carter is very sick at vessels to Russian ports. HARTFORD. their high food value, keeping qual- ' this writing. 4th Removal of mines from tho Mayor J. E. Bean. ities, and availability for domestic Guy Muffett, who Baltic and Black seas, and ImmediMr. Clerk J. A. Howard. peanuts should be Increased in order have and Mrs. been confined to the house for ate free shipping in these waters. Police Judge C. M. Crowe. POPULUfiHECHANICS to supplement beans and peas as somo tlmo 5th Russia undertakes to conwith what was supposed Marshal E. P. Casebler. .human foptl, as a source of much to be smallpox, aro peace with the out again, nnd clude Immediate ROCKPORT. needed oil, and as animal feeds. 300 ARTICLES -- 300 ILLUSTRATIONS visited the family of Mr. Wnllact Ukraine people, and recognizo the Tho production of beans last year iMartln, near Deanfleld, t'EKP Informed of the World's Progress In Ch'm'n. Board James Wilson. v tnpneerinif. Mechanics nnd Invention. For from rilday Ukraine republic. in the six leading States oncreased ' , Clerk Rushing Hunt. Father and San and All the Family, It oppe.il 6th Prisoners of war of both uiivti uuiiuu;i wuiiiiasscs uia una i ounR- - .Men ana omen. Xrom 10,715,000 bushels to Police Judge John T. Jackson. It Is thn r arorltn MAaaxltJo lu ibouAntli of Mr. Alva Petty was In Hartford sides are to be sent home. nonci mnwgnoui tunwnrld. uur Will Langford. and peanuts from Marshal ( V)rrn:inarnU are ron.tantlf nn tho nrrlra renounce any 7th Both sides watth Monday. lor thiuxa new and laterwilnit uul It la bushels to 60,222,000 buHEAVER DAM1. -- 4-claims for war Indemnities. Written So You Can Understand It shels. Dut these increases proved to K.MPEKOR'S 1SUOTIIKU op Nolo Doporlinont KO Iun) 100 Sth Tho restoration of public 1 Practical HlntArnrHiinnUnrlr .nju......ronUlm Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKenney. GUARANTEED SERVICE ff.. ... larmaa ta Jo tklnn oniund Urn llum be greatly needed, and thoro is every privato peaceful relations beClerk R. W. King. GHAXTK1) FREEDOM and One hundred per cent I AMilaijp MochAnlCB (17 l'rM.I tnr tl.M I1a . 'rT. k .... indication that largo increases will tween the countries at interest. .Mn.iii.uiiauiuui..ntiiinnini.uimioin.ltnri Police Judge J. W. Cooper. Ytlae. Special work for W. I ui.i.i.aiil. tv uu.a .nmrBiJU iruiui. EiiDinn. iuli. Mnn. b ... ln vnn.UK, nlinfliAil In 101G Tim Jenrlrr. Ifrf-- .furniture, etc. Contain. In u .o. ...U Many other minor matters aro Marshal R. F. Stevens. I tractions lor tho Mocluulc.Uamtier antlHiorUuian O. W. is stated Petr0Bruli jiarcn i si a i ., lo ncnnnlnlltf ilnliinltwi linAitiiiiA , .,-.u ran iuii BtNOlC COPICS. ISc I jn tfc0 nowBpaporB that thc Bolshevik! mentioned but those quoted aro tho W. F. STEVENS, FORDSVILLE. Samplo jit the oil it contains, for which the government has granted complete chief terms governing thc ending if Ch'm'n. Board W. R. Jones. R. r. D. 7. Hartford, Ky. I POPULAR copy Mill bo oont on roquoot. MECHANICS MAGAZINE need is great. In tho South, especi- freedom to Grand Representing Continental I v no v.ov.tOBatl MflMia, bHIbHUU Clerk Olla Cobb. Duke Michael hostilities. ally, soy beans and peanut meal aro Alexandrovitch, who has been I Marble & Granite Co. Pollco Judge C. P. Kcssinger. under proving very satisfactory as partial arrest at his homo. Emperor Nicho- HOOVER LOSES CONFIDENCE Marshal Grant Pollard. OF PEOPLE, STI'IIIIS SAVS substitutes for wheat. Both soy las, on abdicating, designated him as beans and peanuts are of great value regent. OKl'ICIAIi SCIIOOI, CAIiE.VDAK. Kansas City, Mo., March 10. W. as forage crops. Michael Aloxnndrovlch, a younger County ISoui-i- l of Kiliiratiun. AND CURE THE governor of Kan LUNCQ brother of Nicholas Romanoff, was It. Stubbs, former E. S. Howard. S. S. O. C. sas, addressing tho convention of the Slli'ei) 1111(1 Wool. unmet! lis ri'irnnt wlinn thn forninr Dlv. No. 1 J. M. Hoover, Hnrt-fortho wool prouueeu minis country, Kn,,)eror abdicated March 15, last, Missouri Livestock Producers' Associ WITH Ky. furnishes only about 50 per cent of j.:.iriy Iast soptomber tho grand duko ation yesterday, charged that tho V. Duff, Fordsvllle, Dlv. No. ii tho amount used in peaco tuuos; tho i am, hl3 wIfQ woro al.reat0(i. it belnir meat division of tho food administra- Ky. itn i tii Eras, war demands huvo emphasized tho alleged that they hud been concorned tion has been controlled largely by Dlv. No. 3 H. L. Carter, Narrows, Keiiuusness of this domestic short pe. In a 'monarchist plot. SInco that tho larger packers of tho country nnd Ky. that Herbert Hoover, federal food To equip 2 million boldiers and clolho tlmo ho has been in custody. Dlv. No. 4 II. O. Autry, Balze- 3tTUL.Ly.'s fiMi Poiu.i i;,.l administrator, has permitted them to them for ono year would requiro tho lown, Ky. ANDflLLTHnOAT AND lUNGTnOU3LE5. dominuto tho policies of tho division. M VESSELS MAV HE of wool grown annualentlro quantity Dlv. No. 0 Otis II. Stevens, BeavaTTAJlANTUED SATIS FACXOKVj ly. LAUNCHED IN MARCH Ho further charged that nearly all of er Dam, Ky. uit muiijsx lusevasJED. tho advisors of tho division aro packyears wo huvo shorn During recent Dlv. No. C Nat Llndloy, Center-towWashington, March 9. Progress ers' agents, and that tho meat proabout 35 million llecces annually, and Ky. yon to succeed tho pulled wool taken from sheep and of tho stcll shipbuilding campaign ducers of tho country the farmers Time of Meeting 1st Monday In ITIn llfowant la tut know rem by tho ship- and stack raisers uro not represent- February; lambs blaughtered tor meat brings tin was mado public what Is as4 fadvav let Monday in April; 1st trr. la new In UislneMad aadonca. laTtntloo a total clip up I ) tho u'ltilvateiit f ping board in figures of deliveries and ed. Oct uttrfUM roll nt oath Aria fctea, Road Monday in Juno; 1st Monday in Au"Mr. Hoover has lost tho confi gust; about 40 million llecc?s. If u,l this launchlngs, which show a steady up1st Monday in October; 1st wool were imin'i'i) tor military uue, ward trend since tho first of tho year. denco of a largo percentage of the Monday in December. PROCUnCDANDDCFCNDCO.rVi-lm(Md- ,l In February seventeen vessels of meat producers of the Middle West," it would oui.iuly only 2 million men County Hoard of Examiners E. S. arowiiucrtJiuto.turoitMM.riuaiiilfri,rei'l Frro xl.liw. Iwvr to obtain wttuta, Irwlo uuiftji I Tho proiluctK'1 of wool in the United 120,700 tons were completed and put Stubbs assorted. Howard, Mrs. I. S. Mason, Mrs. O. W. Ma writfhla..lc., N ALL COUNTMIC3. I m aat latonotiaa' ud aaoftil until l States has remained practically sta- into service. Tho total was nearly Jluiltuit Jirttt witt Washington 4am iW.I Duff. Ita Ucaawt booot! wortST Err avoaTK monry and cjlm titjrnt, I tionary from 1914 to 1!I1T. wlnlu twlco that of January, udmittedly a Jan. ,25 and 26 Common School S00 rtstwM-- 90 Artkla "httnt ind ItMnpntat Pwctlca txeluiUily. 'rlu or como to as at imports increased 48 per cent , ui.d bad month, when only nlno vessels Diploma Examination. FOR FLETCHER'S UjkU atMi, sou TalM IWtot nioat 0Oo, I (aroatWw la TUmUltr aa3w!xlorTn the estimated net supply increubed with a tonnage of 79,541 wero delivMay 10 and 11 Common School wgomnuion, p. c. iimhusi ana aarnnna . ta aatanran ana la ttrmim, aaa te msriWy. only about -- 1 per cent. ered. March deliveries, at present Diploma Examination. That mutton and wool production rate, aro expected to roach twenty-thre- o PERSHING GETS FIVE ndlag romcontw. aoaftjy fciasii, County Teachers' , May 17 and 18 latoUU aoo roMln, aw. in this country can ho Increuftcd vessels of 138,275 tons. MOHK CAVALRY REGIMENTS Examination (white). greatly admits of no doubt. During March it is expected that This May 24 and 25 County Teachers can bo accomplished by developing thirty-fiv- e Yaar IB CvlU m Cotr-l.- M vessols with a tonnago of Washington, March 10. Organiza- Examination (colored). sheep hushundry on farms, especially 220,591 will bo sent down tho ways. tions of live moru regiments ot cav Juno 22 and 23 County and State GOOD Of tho vessels completed in Febru- alry, in accordance, with recommenin tho Eastern and Southern Slates. Teachers' Examination (white). TTBVV ltnfnMtmUU.tm mm loam sss BMsaua saa Steps should ho taken in tho Hast und ary, llftuen woro cargo carriers, one dations from Gen. Pershing, has been Juno 28 and 29 County and State was a tunker and ono a collier. Tho ordered by tho Wur Department, in Teachers' Examination (colored). South to do away with tho sheep-killinSecured or Your Money Back dog menace by Statu or local March schedule calls for tho dollvory addition to tho complete cavalry di Sept. 20 and 21 County and State action. Largo results can bo secured of fourteen cargo vessels, sovou tank- vision of tho regular army under way. Teachers' Examination (white) Gall ob The Repablioaj. (or Fine by improving methods of breeding ers uud two colliers. Sept. 27 and 28 County and State I Job Ttlutlagj The deblKuatlou uud organization1 TriADC-MAIIKG I'revcntntlon of Losses. In these days, when tho conversation of every product which contributes to our food supply means so much, every effort should bo mado to prevent losses In production, stor-ag- o and transportation. Billions of dollars are lost every year from such preventable causes as insects, plant and animal diseases, carelessness In predatory animals, rats breeding, rodents. These losses aro being held In check by present agencies and can be further greatly reduced or pre vented at a cost which Is Insignificant when compared with the amount of damage done. Methods of controlling many of these harmful factors aro now well established and should be more widely adopted. A largo loss on the farms of the United States results from tho improper caro of manure, and Its careless and Ineffective use. In these times of scarcity of fertilizing materials more attention than ever should be paid to the conserving of plant food from this source. &,.& JillM J!!eU?rJ-iMiiK-- rj' DR. Mnsonlo J. H.THORPE T, NOSE And Fitting of Glasses OWliNSHORO. KY. President's signature. - w$&&m .rjiaft'j J El E, EA 11, TJIKOA Tomplu ooooooooooooooooooo 0 o o COURT DIRKCTOIIY. ooooooooooooooooooo 0 o o The Towfutin u refinnl, ex. elusive, and restful. lis excellent location on rctinsjlvama Asenuc, 18th ami II Mrcets, maliet it a ilestrahlr hcadquar lets lor bridal couj'tcs, tourist I'jrtie , conventions, bclicols and tolleges. , The Powhatan attracts the people ol culture and education. Its iirnxrmtr to State, War and Nnv Departments, also to manf points ol historical interest, ituVci this hotel especially attractive to a discriminating pub lie. The Powhatan effert room scith detached bath at 51.50, $2.00 and up, Rooms with private bath, Z SO, 51. CO and up. Write for Lcxllct ith nup a im f-- v!KH c uflB.gpr Children Cry CASTO R A NEWilOYearsf HOMECARDUI frig '""'" T I Brost-Lltovs- k, ! -t ! I I n. RI PRFRMffift r "i"' sMSmstStiSi A) I I iffliwPH A1AGAZINB I L. M 15,701,-OOObushe- ls, .fs 00 f ,.,.. a ......, t- ... .. .j u-- uD 9,it I d, 20. the Firing' T.in Get on KILLthb COUGH Ik Kite's n, - ropular Science .inonthiy Children Cry CASTORIA MlltllJeit t&i&ttttA&sstet g OSITIO'N LSN(k)b a Ml a'J,a iniaai "o-fe-- -.- .L .SA '- - mc DAT Uh WSTE IS ENDED SAM HMAMj AND THK MAILS. 3F m ix? & r . Sam W. Small, than whom thorn men In America bettor Britain. known, Is having bis own troubles with the malls. Ho also has his own How to nvolil wiisto Is to lip one of opinion on Postmaster General Burllic lesions of tlio economy campaign, nnil nt tin ministry of food pluns are leson's policy under which tho postnl being elaborated. In one department the visitor mny see mmplos of 0IL1 department is being mismanaged. from flsJcwnste, potash from bnnunii Tills opinion be freely aired In a HtnlkH, fats from HliiughtcMimist ref- signed artlclo appearing In n recent use, dried bouse hwIII for pig tun poul-tr- y Issue of Tho Constitution, nnd It is food, IWi iiipiiI nnil prit for poultry pretty clearly summed up In tho from unsound fish, nictiils from old ndnmlnitlon which ho said ho folt tins nnd Kcmp, nnd disinfectant powlike giving tho public: "Don't buy der from What's tho use!" A provlnelnl mayor Ims collected n postage stamps! lie declares that, notwithstanding lior of tinfoil wived from n yenr'H buttonholes, to be converted Into tin. Liv- ho lives on a rural route, "Just flvo erpool lins plmit for cxtnictlm; poultry miles from tho gouoral postotTIco in and pig foods, ns well us fertilizers, Washington city," and U a subscriber from waste. to Tho Constitution, tins Issue of this Sheffield nnd Nottingham Fpcclnllrn papur of December 28 and mailed In getting Iron out of tinconxlilered trilles, nnd Nottingham bus also dur- that morning reached his homo "In ing tbe present yenr recovered 100 regular dollvery" on Janurary 26; the paper Issued and mailed on Jnn- tons of immure from refuse. Olnscmv Is svsteiiiiitlcallv snlviiL-lni-r uiiry 11 reached his homo on Febof waste. Oilier towns ruary 12; nnd that "I bavo been retbe are Introiiurlng "iiigeMerv Hie typo ceiving back numbers In bunches of of miicblne In which n deiul horse cull three nnd flvo every two or thrco be tipped, with (be result Unit fats and days." oils are Kecured, In nilillllou to dried Worse than that, because of tho nnd prepared iiiilimit foods. mall added Importance of flrst-clns- s Ittls reckoned Hint tbe inelnls found ho says In dustbins total one ton per 1,000 of over second-clastbe population per annum nnd Unit "An Important letter from Coliinnually 'JW),000 tons of paper tiro umbus, Ohio, mailed to mo January wnMed. 20 has como to hnnd on February 15, Nearly everything thrown Into tbe and another very urgent letter about dustbin has n commercial or cbeiiilcnl i , engagement that nan mailed value. Not a scrap of metal should be I" ccturo nahlngton Mild In i to niu from an office In cast nslde, but all should be ordinary trade channels or banded to City on February 11 has not yet arriv- nny coiiectini; orRiiiiiriition which inny .cd on tlio lutn.' lie operating in a niMnci. i.uiimm Thu Dostmastcr general has assured the nubile' that such delays of tho malls Is because trains nre belated; DOES USEFUL WORK but Mr. Small shows the utter fallacy and the preposterousness of such a Manuel of Portugal Now Director of contention when ho says: of School for the "I am an almost constant traveler Maimed Soldiers. nnd bavo recently been over many and Itoynlty lias suffered much In tho lending railway lines, south, cast present war. even nt the bands of Its middle, west. Whllo in recent monfriends. When tbe Interallied confer- ths I bavo bcldom been upon a train ence In the Interest of permanently that was on schedule time, neverthe dlsnbled soldiers was concluded In less I havo not been at nny point Paris, n party of delegates Journeyed more than seven hours lato." to England to Inspect the great schools There Is hardly a man or a woman established there for the One of theso or a business firm in tho United of men mnlmed In bnttle. to schools In particular excited the visi- States having frequent occasion tors' admiration because of Its mar- uso the postal service who. It Is a velous equipment and seemingly per- safe presumption, has not had ex fect management. This was nil the periences similar to tuoso recited !y more retnnrknble because the director Mr. Small, experiences equally exasof tbe school was n very young man. perating and equally expensive. So much Impressed were the visitors Klscwbero upon this page Is a comtbnt before leaving they waited upon fairly hhow-vred- " munication from an Atlanta business tbe joutliful director and man citing an instance In bis oxper him with praise. Is both a great responsibility nnd Icnco In which it repulred almost as "It n high honor to you, sir," wild their long a time for a letter to r"ach him spokesman, n distinguished French sci- from Indlann ns it did for a n all comentist, "to have been placed tit our munication to reach hli.i from tho nge at tbe bend of so Important a Antipodes! school." Unwarranted, inexcusable letter- ynu, Doctor "I ngree with ....... T tn.A- tw.il nnnildntl delivery delays between postofllees ... .. ., ' '" Hill HI lllliet JKI1 1 . to direct matters even more important 'nrt. ()f dally anil general oreum-iici-these." replied the young man, i(iml coml,iants have gone forward than who was none other than tho by the thousands from .ill corners of Manuel of Portugal the country. And tho only leply that can he made to thou, is that, Congress of Polish Technicians. while tlio sorvico has been neglected The Polish engineers nnd technicians and tho public punished tho post-offinow residing In llussln held u congress department had been piling nt Moscow recently, nt which 2STi perprogram con- - money Into tho treasury ami Mr. sons were present. Tbe Fisted of general discussions concern Uurlcson is enabled to announco with Ing the rehabilitation nnd development jrtstlnct )riao and gratification that of industry In Pobmd nfter the department pro.'itod during the , nlso the organization of technical 1H t A ot fcimiotniB cation. Special sections dealt with , like $9,000,000 mechanics, chemistry, architecture, It Is as Mr. Sn..ill quotes a certain electricity, and economics. "What to found n Polish as- icnntor as having lomarkedIt wns decided sociation of engineers nnd technicians the peoplo want Is sorvico, and not In Russia, with branches In the prinaUugs." Is cipal Industrial centers, nnd nlso to In asinuch ns Mr. Burleson undertake the publication of n bi- hopelessly wedded to tho saving and weekly sheet tbnt should become tbe monetary profits policy a organ of the society. Among the resopolicy tho peoplo publlc-go-hau- g lutions ndopted wns one relating to tho economic development of Po- can reasonably hope for no relief so future long as ho retains his portifolo In tho land. cabinet. New Hotel for Lima, Peru. It Is, therefore, high time, and The Congress of Peru by recent leg- more than high tlmo, that ho get islation has provided for nn up to date out; or, refusing to got out voluntarihotel In Lima, to be constructed under ly, that ho bo put out! the supervision of the national governATLANTA CONSTITUTION. ment of Peru nnd to cost not less than (073,000). The site set aside 200,000 for tho hotel Is government property NOTICE TO NOTARIES. located In the heart of the city nnd Is to be acquired by the company conTho stamp tax on deeds conveying structing the hotel. real ostato should bo calculated upon The need of n modern hotel In Lima of consideration Inhas been keenly felt by tho travelers tho total amount encumsome time, says Commerce Iteports. cluding faco valuo of nil Hens for years tho number of brances or notes given at tho tlmo During recent commercial trnvelers nnd tourists vis- of salo.l.e. 50 cts upon each flvo huniting the west const of South America dred hollars, of tho consideration or bns more than doubled, nnd many of fractional part of $500.00 whero tho these havo found It Inconvenient or oxceods $100.08, a even Impossible to remain longer tbnn consideration stamped when mado deed must bo n few days in Limn because of tbe lack and not when recorded. If all Notary of adequate hotel nccoramodatlous. Publics and Ooputy Clerks will follow tho abovo it will avoid much confuA Good Day's Work. "Besides stringing 153,802 benns yes- sion. terday (to get on tho good side ot tho W. C. DLANKENSHIP.C.O.C.C. cook) I loaded 2,205 pounds of auto. . young mobiles on to vans," writes u Sprains And Strains Relieved. eoldler from Edmonton, who has only Sloan's Llnlmont quickly tnkes the recently "got across." "Those wero figures for ray Bhure. Twenty pain out of strains, spralus, bruises the exnet A clean, of us were got together yesterduy nnd and all musclo soreness. ' started loading cases of automobiles clear liquid easily applied, it qulck-- y onto trucks. Euch case weighed 1,700 penetrates without rubbing. Sloan's 'pounds, nnd wo got 27 on altogether Liniment does not stain tho skin or which took nlno hours of hard labor mussy plasters or !"hnrd" Is no name for It). The totnl clog tho poros like For chronlo rheumatic 'weight londed, you will see, wns 45,000 ointments. gout and pounds, which makes my share, as I aches and pains, neuralgia, n remT 4llfT(.fl1 nflll lllllllPll ftif lumbago havo this anlil linfn.il ........... TUIU 1VtUIKi nt(ih-'ill I wus worth, uud I haven't n sora edy handy. For tho pafus of grippe rtnusclo today, so you seo I urn- in pretty and following strenuous work.lt gives fjgood condition ; quick relief. At all druggists, 25 cents. Use Of In Some Way In ' Every Sort of Refute Now Deing Made arc. few Our Part in Feeding the Nation S4 (Special Informntlon Service, U. S. Biggest Reading Department of Agriculture,) STRAWBERRIES FROM SUMMER TO FROST Value for your Family " - flut'-diia- t. TheYouiKs Companion 12 Rare articles by noted authorities. "The best Kditorial Page in the country." 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TUB YOUTH'S COMPANION, BOSTON. MASSACHUSETTS Tlt-Hlt- Planted hi April This Field of an Everbearing Type Gave a Crop the Follow-Ing Autumn. can be hud tbe first season. Plnnts which have been set for a year give DELICIOUS BERRY n fair yield nt the time the usual strawberry crop Is borne. For the period Immediately ufter this early THROUGH summer crop the amount of fruit secured is small. Iu August, September and October It becomes larger uud untbe late sumLong-Seaso- n Strawberries Have der favorable conditions certnln varimer or autumn crop from eties may equal or exceed tbe early Passed Trial Period. summer crop. Thus instead oi n constant supply throughout the senson Is a distinct early summer crop, OF REAL VALUE FOR MARKET there "TTTTTTTTTTI 111 KINDS OF EVERBEARERS Varieties Heretofore "Everbearing" AVAILABLE TO GROWERS Have Been Grown Chiefly by Amateurs and Commercial GrowThirteen varieties of "everbearing" strawberries are In the ers Crop First Season. trade ut present. They are: Adfrom your garden Strawberries vance, Amerlcus, Autumn, Forthroughout Mimmer and autumn nro ward, Francis, Iowa, Onwnrd, tllO iinw n nnsallitlllv IW tlll result of Pan American, Peerless, Producperfection of "everbearing" varieties' tive, Progressive, Stnndpat and of this delicate berry. Everbearing Superb. In addition, u variety brand new disstrawberries are not a known ns the Minnesota No. been1 covery, but heretofore they have 1017, distributed by the Minnegrown chiefly by amateurs and com- -' sota State Horticultural society mcrclal growers who havo tested them nnd the Minnesota agricultural ordinary sorts. Iu In comparison with experiment station, has been Inn recent publication of the United. troduced. Only two of the vaStates department of agriculture an rieties Introduced, the Progresnouncement is made that a sufficient sive nnd the Superb, have been number of trials of these varieties now, widely grown as yet. The Amerto Indicate their havo been completed lcus Is grown to a slight extent real value for home use nnd for marand tbe others very little. The ket In certain sections of the country. aitnnesota No. 1017 has been Primarily a Northern Type. widely tested in Minnesota nnd Is known that The regions where It Is grown to a slight extent In grown everbearing varieties can be surrounding stutes. Farmers' extend us fnr south as tbe northern Hulletin 001 of the United parts of Virginia, Kentucky, Arkansas States department of agriculand Kansas. South of these limits ture describes these varieties In there nro probably points whero they detail and discusses their suit may be grown with some degrco of ability to different sections. success, but they nre not definitely known to succeed there. PIT"! rTTTITVTrTTTfll 1 The two leading vurletles of this then a period of comparative rest type of strawberry, the Progressive when little fruit Is produced, followed and tho Superb, nro notable not only by n long period when a fairly uniform becnuso they produce fruit from thu amount of fruit Is borne. tlmo of the usual crop until lato sumWeather conditions play nn Impormer or autumn, but ulso because they tant part In tho amount of fruit proare exceptionally resistant to leaf-sp- duced during the summer and autumn. diseases. They nre also very Only when the moisture 6upply and hardy. Tho Progressive has been found Dther climatic conditions are favorable o withstand tho wluters of tho'mlddlu tan the yield bo constant. For this West better than nny other variety ex- renson the results obtained from the cept the Dunlap, one of Its parents. everbearing varieties havo varied The Superb also Is hardier than most grcntly In tho different sections of tho varieties of strawberries. Another country, and In different years. If n characteristic of theso varie- long drought occurs while the plants ties Is tbnt If their blooms arc killed pre fruiting, the berries become small by frost they soon flower ngaln. There- uud the plants Anally cease to bear. fore In mnny sections subject to lato Thereforo they uro not well adapted spring frosts, which often destroy tho to sections huvlng long droughts excrop, these varieties nro particularly cept when Irrigation can be supplied. valuable. Small Crop First Season. Territories Produce More. If plants of the overbearing typo aro Tho two million peoplo in Alaska, sot early In tho sprlug, a smull crop llawull, Porto Itlco, and Guam arc try Ing to do their part for the food sun-lilI i Through Its cxperinftat stations STRAWBERRIES EARLY 4 SET lu these possessions the United States 4. TO GET FRUIT FIRST YEAR department of agriculture early In tho emergency storted campaigns to Inus soon ns you Early spring crease food production. 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But fancy tho dismay of Mr. and Mrs. Leo when thoy discovered hat Dorcas, translated into the native dialect, Is Identical In sound with tho Chinese words, "Many Moro!" World Outlook. Peel right nil tho time. Don't lay 08 from work for days by taking calomel keeps yo when pleasant Llv- - Ver-La- x on your feet, while relieving your troid le. Safer too, and easy to take. Donl tako anything else. You can't afford it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses By tcm and relieves constipation. A nat-- ! ural remedy, natural in it3 actions, sur in its effect and certain in results. It won't bo long beforo Liu- - VtrLax will completely displace caiomei in ever home.!. Children can take it freely an) with perfect safety. Every bottle guaranteed. 50c and $1 in bottles Nor genuino without tho likeness and sigrjsV turo of L. K. Grigsby. For aalo by . H. WILLIAMS. Haitfor We Knock the Spots Out of Thtoi Ladies' and Men's Garments French Dry Cleaned and Preu4 Superior Manner. loug-scaso- .. Despondency Duo to Constipation. Bend ns your Garment! and Savf Women often become nervous and Them Is due to When this despondent. constipation It is easily corrected by CLEANED CLUAIN 'a taking an occasional dose of Tablets. These tablets aro Packages c&lled for and uellT4i easy to tako and pleasant in effect, m Chum-berlaln- - la well-know- ur-tid- frn mini CASXO.RIA Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S THE ELTE PRESSING CLUI A. Ira Nail, Prop. I HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, M -' REAVER DAM. Business In general is progressing nicoly. Mr. Frank Davis Is on tho sick Mrs. Elvis Smith, of near town, Is nt tho bedside of her daughterMrs. Leslie Hnlrd, nt Central City, who is vory 111. Tho Infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Stowart Gregory passed Into tho realms of tho sweet beyond, Saturday night, and was burled Sunday. Thoro nro several canes of measles in this neighborhood. Mr. Allen Miller has accepted a position in tho oil Holds up in tho mountains where ho will move soon. Air. Archlo Miller visited Camp Taylor Saturday and Sunday. He said tho boys ho met were in good spirits and seemed to be enjoying lite. Mr. J. E. Williams, former opcr-ntfor tho I. C. Railroad Company hore, but who was recently transferred to Greenville, spent Saturday and Sunday with his family here. Mr. Morton Miller and family, of Greenville, havo moved to Ueaver Dam. Dr. Hart made a business trip to Owcnsboro Saturday. Mr. C. B. Hlchardson, of near town, is vory low pf lung trouble. Mr. Fred Cooper has accepted a position in the grocery department of Cooper Brothers' store. Mr. J. H. Park and family will Thursday for Oklahoma leavo list. leavo soon for Canalou, Mo , where he will go in the milling business. Mr. Louis Sharp has been sick for somo time. Miss Rhoda Whli'nusd spent last Sunday with Ethel Mutforr. Mrs. Dr. Denton and on, of Fords-vlll- e, visited her mother, Mrs Wright last Sunday. Romle Helton, wife and daughter. Louise, visited her grand p.ronts, Mr. and Mrs. Sharp, last Sunday Henry Magan and wifo spent last Sunday at J. W. Muffett.. NOTICE. I will recclvo scaled bids for tho and lot nt Hnytl tho old school-hous- e bid to be for both tho house and lot. Tho county Board will pass on tho bids at Its noxt regular meeting.thc 1st Monday In April. The Board reserves tho right to reject any or all bids. Terms. Cash, or ono halt cash and bank nolo tor tho remainder, due In one year. E. S. HOWARD; x WAR NEWS AT A GLANCE. Tho American troops holding a portion of tho lino of battlo northwest of Totil apparently aro making raids into enemy territory a part of their daily routine. Following their incursion of Monday morning, when, after a bombardment, they raided Gorman front lino trenches for 300 yards unaided, as had been customary by tho French, thoy set out again on Tuesday and mado successful surprise attacks on trenches south f Richccourt, which lies to tho north-caof Klvrny, where some of the hardest fighting in which thoy have been engaged has taken place. Along tho western front intensive artillery duels and raiding operations nro continuing on Isolated sectors. The Australians again havo carried raids into German out successful trenches northeast of Messlncs, killing a number of Germans and making prisoners of others. In Lorrnino the French near Moncel put down effectively a strong Gorman attempt nt a foray. Inflicting heavy losses on the enemy and nlso tnking prisoners. In addition to a continuation of tho artillery duels along the Italian front. there Is considerable aerial activity dally. In fights In tho nlr Monday tho Italians brought down five hostile planes. The British troops in Palestine are giving tho Turks no rest. Again they havo driven forward their lines north west of Jerusalem. Numerous caus- ualitiea were inflicted on the Ottoman troops and several machine guns were st eluded in tho list of States wherein tho lino of mutton nnd lamb on meatless Tuesdays will bo permitted till tho 15th of April. It has boon recently arranged by thq Sugnr Division of tho Food Administration to tnko care of tho actual requirements of nil prcsorvo manufacturers nnd vcgetahlo canncr.i who will use sugar during tho com ing season. This applies to tho pre-- , serving manufacturing plant and tho-housewives. As each crop comes and Is ready to pack, kindly npply to tho Food In your county who will see that you aro allotted tho proper amount of sugar you need. CLARENCE JAMES. County Food Admr. c Wanted-Whi- te Tho today March market chnnge.s almost daily, but wo nre 2 paying tho following prices: B Ear Corn No. 3. $1.90 " " No. 4. 1.85 Shelled, 5 cents per bushel higher. These prices delivered Louisville. jj JCLSjT - VI m XK Y'i Of CQ If you havo any White Corn to soil, now or H 11 later, it will pay you to write BALLARD CORN MILLS, Incorpomlod, Louisville, Ky. fl G QQQQftt&$&S)QQ?XXXQSQVGt NOTICE IN BANKRUPTCY. In the District Court of tho Unit- States for tho Western District at Kentucky. In bankruptcy In tho matter of Ira T. Jones, a cd or i Ladies S. O. G. S. (14th). Mr. Robert Stevens will leavo for Alabama Friday. Mr. Richard Fuqua. of near this place, moved to near Hartford Monday. JUSTICE. GYRATIONS The genius who devised tho figure of the blindfolded woman holding the balances In her hand as a symbol of justice was wise In his day and generation. He saw not only tho blind impartiality of those charged with the administration of Justice but another sort of blindness that sometimes clouds and confuses Us even 1 1 OF passed over his person a deadly weapon. He was Saturday night, doing given a fine of fifty dollars and ten this section days in Jail. The other dofendent considerable damage. resulted was charged with maliciously shootConsiderable excitement to kill, and had A. D.. 19 IS. in this community rrom tho very bril- ing with Intent victim four times, appearing in actually shot his A. G. RONALD. Clerk. liant "Northern Light" Acand he was lined fifty dollars. M. E. DUNN, D. C. tho northern sky Thursday night. cording to this method of meeting out Mrs. Tina Coots, of Livla, visited justice carrying a pistol is a graver Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Duke Mouday. ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. According to tho crime thau using one. Mr. Wayne Wiggington has this rulo of justice if tho first named measles. I, the undersigned administrator had shot somebody he Rum-se- y, defendent Miss Arreno Wiggington. of of the estate of Milton Black, deescaped the jail is visiting Mr. and Mrs. B. W. might at least have ceased, will on the 18th day of Human life is tho cheapsentence. Wiggington. March, 19 IS, at tho farm of Frank Kentucky products. Mr. Elbert Bartlett, of Whitesville. est of Black, near Hartford, Kentuuky, of. spent Saturday night and Sunday fer for sale the following personal SEED CORN TESTS. with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bartproperty: Two mulej, one mare, unDue to the unusual conditions lett. three cows nnd two calves.ono lot of tho corn crop developed Mr. and Mrs. James Stewart spent der which hogs, lot of farming implements, one authorities Sunday with relatives at Barnctts last season agricultural wagon, lot of hay and corn.&c. sending warnings broadcast over are Creek. Said property will be sold on a to farmers to thoroughMessrs. E. M. Taylor and T. B. the corn belt credit of six months. ly test corn before planting. Tests Ambrose spent Wednesday at Camp Purchaser will bo required to exfrom a number of cribs made by the Taylor. ecute bond with approved security. Agent showed a percentMr. Dave Sadler will go west this local Farm This March 7. 19 IS. age of germination as low at 65 per week to locate. U. S. CARSON. Admr. no case was it higher Mr. Bob Patton lost a valuable cow cent and in than 89 per cent. The county agent Saturday. will willingly and without cost give MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. the farmers details of tho best methNGTON NEWS. WASIII Ohio Circuit Court. Rev. R. T. Harper filled his regu- ods of testing seed corn and will, w J. Maden. Pl'tf. lar appointment at this place Sun- when requested, make tho teats for Vs. Notice of Sale. them without charge. Mr. Browder day. J. W. Moselcy. et nl. Defts. By virtue of n judgment und orFarmers aro very busy burning is holding meetings over the couuty der of sale directed to me from tho now for this purpose. He has held plant beds here. Ohio Circuit Court at Its March term, Shults-tow- n MInnio D., the small daughter of meetings at Rockport and 19 IS, In the above styled action In be at Dunthis week, and will II. M. Casteel who has been very favor of W. J. Maden for the sum dee for this purpose today and toof $650.00. with interest thereon at sick, is Improving. tho rate of 6 per cent per nnnum Mr. C. B. Shown closed his school morrow. from the 16th day of Soptember, Tho Couuty Farm Agent reports hero Friday. 191G. until paid and the further sum exMibs Jessie Newcomb. who is at- tho condition of the wheat crop of $71.10 in favor of tho Parlln & Orendorn Plow Co., with interest TAKEN UP AS AN ESTRAV. tending school at Hartford, spent tra good, farmers preparing for a per rate of per Friday till Sunday with her heavy tobacco crop, and farm work John Vaughn McFerran, a wan- thereon at thetho 26th 6 day centMay, from of nlready being pushed with great in- dering lunatic or imbecile, was pick-- d annum from b. parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. 1915, until paid and tho costs of this dustry. up at Rostno Saturday and brought action together with the costs of this . here for a lunacy Inquest, which was sale, I will offer for salo at public bidCENTERTOWN. EXEMPTION BOARD KUSY. held hefore Judge Slack Wednes- outcry to tho highest and best HartSecretary of the local ex- day. Ho was adjudged of unsound der at the court house door in day of The ford. Ky., on Monday, the 1st Mrs. Margaret Stlnnet, of Owcns emption board is very busy making mind and ordered sent to tho Asy- April, 1918, at about tho hour of r, boro, who has been vl.lting her industrial ratings lor me uraueu lum at Hopkinsvillo. ono o'clock p. m., on a credit of six Mrs. J. M. Igleheart, has return- men. A card is belag filled out McFerru'n is about thirty year old mdnths tho following described propt: showing the former industrial act- and claims his parents live In Louis- erty ed home. A certain lot or parcel of land lyMiss Augusta Gelger spent Sun- ivities and value as a producer of In- ville, but he was unable to locate ing in Ohio county, Ky.. near tho day with Miss Margaret Benton. dustrial products of each of tho tho street upon which they live. town ot Beaver Dam, containing ono Mrs. L. W. Tichenor and daughter, drafted men as a basis for excusing Tho man's alllictlon Is of a mild char- aero, more or less, and being a part conveyed to tho said J. Itena, spent Saturday at Mr. G. 13. from service such men as may be acter, aud perhaps a few weeks treat of tho land on the 2nd day of July, W. Moseley worth more to the government as ment may restoro him to what over 1904, by L. S. Smith as shown by Matthews. Miss Rowena Rowo spent tho week- industrial producers than as soldiers. measure of intelligence ho may for- record in tho office of tho Clerk of tho Ohio County Court, in deed book Those already in tho sorvlco are plac- merly have had. end nt home. No. 39, pago 110, and being tho same Mrs. W. L. Smith has a nice lot ed on an equal footing with those not land reserved In deed from J. W. UNITED STATES yet called to the camps. of spring hats. to H. C. Cummins. ADMINISTRATION Moseloy aand wifennd lot In tho town FOOD Mrs. C. T. S. Overton went to LouThere is no provisiou Just now for houso Also of Hnrtford, fronting 78 feet on Fox for tho Secretary, and assistance isville Tuesday. Millers and Farmers When tho Alloy (now Center Streot) and runMr. and Mrs. J. M. Carter spent I many patriotic volunteers aro helping ning back with Peach Alley 80 feet; Sundny at Mr. Mack Ross. with the work. Misses. Myrtlo Lash- - farmer takes his wheat to the mill thence at right nngles to tho right 78 on tho same Sundny schools aro progressing boork, Annie Ray Carson and Edna and gats flour In return, feet to tho corner of lot convoyed by nicely nt both churches. Black havo given tholr assistance this trip, ho would be entitled to re- H. D. Mcllenry and wifo to Mary ceive 70 per cent of his 30 days' Guenther nnd her children of dato Tho correspondent docs not llko week. bupply, and that without substitutes Janunry 8th, 1890; thenco at right tho idea of being called n slaeker angles to tho right 80 feet to Fox because it is his own wheat. If how- Alley (now Center Street) nnd emalthough tho Centortown letters uro MORE LOANS KY U. H. If.".; CUBA AND GREAT KltlTAIN ever, ho has deposited tho wheat sub- bracing tho lots conveyed to Mary vory short. ject to call for Hour as needed, that Guenther. Nicholas Guenther. HenMaggio Guenther Washington, March 12. Another contract is, by tho Milling Rules.cnn-celle- d rietta Guenther nnd MAGAN. by Jns. A. Thomns. Also lot conand tho mill Is warranted in voyed by Bettio Rowo to last named We havo just put In a new switch Ally became a borrower from the when the Treas selling him not to exceed 48 pounds parties and lot conyeyed by H. D. board. All aro pleased with tho ser- United States y vice. Tho folks around hero nro ury extended a ftredlt of $15,000,00001 flour and to assure himself that Mcllenry and wife to Mary Guenther her children. All being parts ot to the Cuban Government to assist it. tho farmer has purchased 48 pounds und No. 47 nnd deed nbovo roferred to busy running new wires. lot Mr. Charloy Mosloy bus gono to in war preparations. At the samo of substitutes to balance tho partirecorded In Ohio County Clerk's Owcnsboro to purchase his spring tlmo Great Britain was given another cular salo of flour, howovor, if tho in deed book 11, pago 564, and goods. credit of $200,000,000. Both loans farmor has had his own corn ground being same lot conveyed to grantors etc., on Nov. 20, 1914, Wlllio Muffett's baby has Gorman 'were made at tho new Interost rato and flies a certlflcato ho would bo by T. II. Black, of record In deed book entitled to take out 24 pounds of which deed isOhio County Clerk's oflot 5 per cent. measles. 50, pago 92, Mr. und Mrs. A. Whltehouso spent ' These credits raiso the total of flour. Tho mill should take ovor fice. deTho purchaser will bo required to last Sunday with their son, Thomas, loans authorized for the Allied Gov- - and pay tor the balanco of wheat execute bond with approved security ornments to $4,949,400,000. distrib- posited. near Narrows. salo and a lien Hotels, Restaurants and Boarding immediately after as Great Britain, R. R. Muffett was In Hartford last uted as follows: additional sewill bo required to tako out curity forretained Franco, $1,440,000; Houses Aro week on petit Jury. tho purchnso money. 0, Bakers' License It they use three Given under my hand this, the Arthur Whltohouto and wifo spout Italy, $550,000,000; Russia, of which only $187,000,000 barrols of flour per month. Call tho 14th day ot March, 1918. Saturday night and Suiu'-twith Mr OTTO C. MARTIN, Couuty Food Administrator it in nnd Mrs. Ivan Kelly, near Deanfield. has been paid out; Belgium, Master Commissioner.. 37t3 Mr. A. C. Raughn closed hU school Serbia. $6,000,000, aud Cu- doubt. M. L. Heavrln aud C. M. Crowe, Thy State ot Kentucky has been in- - Attorneys. at Sugar Grovo last Kndny. Ho will ba, $15,000,000. A heavy wind storm " ki New-comto-wlto-da$325,-000,00$93,-400,00- 0; EAST VIEW. distribution. A nove situation occured in circuit court Monday. Two juries deliberated at tho same time upon separate cases. In one case the accused was charged with carrying concealed on captured. Mondny night's nlr raid over Paris was the most disastrous, in point of causualtles, the Germans havo yet percarried out there. Thirty-fou- r sons were killed and 79 injured by bombs In Paris and its suburbs, and 66 other persons were suffocated in tho Metropolitan Railway tube, where they had fled to escape the missiles of the raiders. Some CO hostile machines carried out the attack, and four of them were brought down by tho French. Berlin says the raid was made as a reprisal for the bombing of Stuttgart and other German towns. The situation in Siberia apparently As is daily growing more serious. yet the Japanese government has no decisions concerning reached whether Japanese troops nre to lie sent to Siberia, according to an an nouncement made by Premier Ter.iu- chi. In the meantime, the Bolshevik! forces have defeated Gen. Semenoff. leader, nnd comthe pelled him to retreat into Manchuria. Former German prisoners are believed to be aiding the Bolshevlkl troops. Whether or not the revolutionists will follow Semenoff into Chinese territory is not known at present, bnt a warning has been issued to them by tho Chinese commander at Harbin that any invasion of Chinese territory will be regarded as an act of war. An American steamer on its way to Franco has successfully defended itself against a German submarine attack. In the encounter the underwater boat shelled tho steamer, damaging tho bridge nnd boring a hole through a smokestack. bankrupt. On this nth day of March. A. D., 1918, on considering the petition of tho aforesaid bankrupt for discharge, filed on the 4th day of March, A. D., 1918, It is ordered by tho court that n hearing bo had upon tho same on the 2 7th day of April, A. D.. 1918, before said court ta Louisville, In said district, nt 10 o'clock In tho forenoon, or ns near thereto as practicable, and that notice thereof bo published one tlmo in Hartford Republican, n newspaper printed In said district, and that all known creditors and other persons in interest may appear at said time and place nnd show cause, if any they have, why the prayer of said petitioner should not be 'granted. Witness the Honorablo Walter Evans, Judge of snld Court, and the seal thereof, at Owcnsboro, In said district, on tho 5th day of March, Coed: Suits n g Hub Clothing Co. HARTFORD, KY. svkssss BREEDING STOCK My two Jacks, RLOt'KY IIOV and BOB. nnd Mlllon MACK. EAGLE will make the present .season at my farm on Hartford and Pt. Pleasant road, near (Vutrrtoivn. at $8.00 ouch, to Insure a living roll, provided marc lx not dlswsed of, in Hint event , the season fee becomes due. A lien is retained on nil colts- until the fee is paid. 4 1 These nro good Individuals, lime lieen thoroughly tested, ns Is rourted. to breeding qualities nnd insjoctli - i - t ALVA CALOWAY. MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. 411. Ohio Cuonty Clerk's offlco. Also another tract beginning nt n stone nt Beal's corner: thence N. 15 Daviess Circuit Court. William L. Decker. Admr., etc, Plffs. E. with P. L. Alford's line to a sweet gum and Iron wood nt L. W Leach's 4 Vs. Notice of Sale. Nntfliiiul Deposit Bunk, et al.. Defts. corner iu a branch; thenco up said branch to Samuel Kcown's corner in . By virtue of an order of sale directed to me from the Daviess Cir- Beat's line; thenco witli said line to cuit Court In tho above styled ac- the beginning, containing 70 acres tion, I will offer for salo at public more or less. Bought of J. II nnd outcry to tho highest and best bid- W. D. Stratum by P L Alford. reIn deed book der at tho Court Houso door in Hart- cordedCounty Clerk's No. 27, page 242, olllco. ford, Ky., on Monday, the 1st day Ohio Also another trnct beginning at a of April, that being regular County Court day, at about the hour of one stono on the road in Kcown's line; o'clock p. in., on a credit of six thence N. witli couuty road 8 ynrds months, the following described laud to a persimmon; thence eastwardly 150 yards to a hickory; thence a litA certain tract of land in Ohio tle southeastwardly about 220 yards county. Kentucky, and bounded as to a white oak iu I. L. Alford's line; thenco up said branch about 40 follows: nnd Kcown's 's yards to snld Alford's Beginning nt a stone In J. T. line, near his house, on the corner; thenco S. 65 W. to thq ncros, more containing .1 road: thenco with said road oast to or less, conveyed fromi W. C. Lcnch to i a white oak; thenco south-eas- t white oak nnd chestnut oak; thence to P. L. Alford, deed recorded in east to u small hickory on top of deed hood No. 39. page 397, Ohio hill in J. W. Wright's line; thenco County Clerk's ollico. The purchaser will be required to with tho samo to J. E. Hendrlck's rnrnnr: tlioneo with said lino west executo bond Immediately nftcr tho approved security for tho straight through to J. P. Metcalf's salo with money nnd u lien will bo lino; thence with said lino north to purchase tho beginning, containing soventy-fiv- o retained as additional security. 14th Given under my band, this tho ucres. more or leas, and being tlto samo convoyed to John G. day of March. 1918. OTTO C. MARTIN. Delker by F. L. Felix. Commissioner, Master Commissioner. on tho 6th day ot August. 1904. by 37t3 Barnes & Smith, M. L. Heavrln, , deed recorded In Deed Book Attorneys. , Ohio County Court Clurk's ,,ago 6-to-w- lt: Met-calf- olllce. of-fi- co Tim nurrlinRnr will ho rOdlllred to MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. execute bond with approved security Ohio Circuit Court, immediately after sale. G. W. Athorton. Pl'ff. This March 12tn. lata. Vs. Notlco of Salo. OTTO C. MARTIN. A. C. Patterson, et al., Defts. Mnster Commissioner. 37t3 By virtue of a Judgment und order to me from tho Ohio COMMISSIONER'S SALE. of sale directed Its March, 1918 term. MASTER Circuit Court at in tho above styled action in favor Ohio Circuit Court. ot tho plaintiff against tho defendG. W. Embry, ot al., Pl'ffs. ants in tho sum of $290.00 with InVs. Notlco of Salo. terest thqrcon at tho rato of 6 por cent por annum- from the 7th day of P. L. Alford, et nl Defts. By virtue of an order of salo di- July, 1917. until paid nnd to pay rected to mo from tho Ohio Circuit tho cost of this action and the cost Court at its November term, 1917, of this salo, I will offer for salo at in tho ubovo styled action, I will of- public outcry to tho highest and best fer for salo lit public outcry to tho bidder nt tho Court Houso door Iu highest and best bidder at tho Court Hartford, Ky., on Monday, tho 1st Houso door in Hartford. Ky.. on Mon- day of April, 1918, at about tho bout day, tho 1st day of April, 1918, nt of ono o'clock p. m., on a credit ot about tho hour of ono o'clock p. m., six months t: the following described upon a credit of six nnd twelve property A lot or parcel of land situated iu months tho following described propPoint Pleasant, Ohio county, Kenerty, A parcel of land in Ohio county, tucky, beginning nt Greon River and Kentucky, und on the head waters running thenco east with L. B. lino 10 poles to a stono; thenco of Cow Creek, beginning at a rock and two chestnuts in L. W. Leach's south 10 poles to a stono; thenco line; thenco eastward about 200 west 8V4 poles to Green River; yards to a walnut in tho head of u thenco north with said River to the drain; thenco southeastwardly about beginning, containing 90 squaro poles, 350 yards to a white oak; thenco ill more or less. Tho purchnsor will bo required to tho same direction to t. nayne s uno, nnor a v. Hmbrv's corner: thence execute bond for tho purchnso money S. 10, W. to dead white oak and rock; Immediately utter salo and a lien thence N. 85 W. lu" poies in u wimu will be retained for further securoak and rock; thenco N. 15 E. to tho ity!. Given under my nana this, tho I4t' T This being a part of B. beginning. H. Alford's, deceased, home tract, day of March, 1918. OTTO C. MARTIN, deeded to P. L. Alford by the heirs Mastor Commissioner, of tho said deceased, July 26th, 1902. 37t3 atcim & Simmeriuan, Attorneys. recorded iu deed book No. 20, pago to-wlto-w- it: y Ev-orl- y's HT'