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THIRD LOAN MAY BE FIVEjlLLIONS $8,655,000,000 Cover War Expenses By June 30 Waxtfoxb DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS Utpnblhan Subscription $1 per Year No. 38 DAYLIGHT SAVING BILL NOW A LAW In defenso of America's rlght3 and honor. Upon our performance of tho work committed to us depend tho lives of thousands of men and women, the fate of many nations, tho preservation of clvlllzaton and humanity It self; nnd tho moro efficient and prompt we people of America are in doing our part, tho more quickly will this war como to an end nnd the greater tho number of our soldiers (and sailors who will be saved from death and suffering and the greater number of tho people of tho other nations released from bondage and saved from death. To work, to save, to economize, to give financial support to the Government Is a duty of tho Nation and to tho world nnd It Is especially n duty to our fighting men who on land and sea are offering their lives for their country and their countrymen. OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 1918. through threo trials, two former Juries having fnllcd to ngrco upon a vordlct. Tho evidence showed that Lltsey nnd Curtis hail Homo trouble In tho town of Rockport, after which Lltsey went to Ills home In Martwlck, and returned Inter In the day, when tho trouble was resumed and the killing followed. Lltsey was conveyed to the penitentiary Saturday nftor-noo- u. Ills attorneys will ask tho Court of Appeals to set aside tho verdict of tho Jury. EXODUS TO ALABAMA. About twenty Ohio county people left Hartford Monday morning for THE ROCKS AHEAD. -- irf Needed To What this country most needs Just now Is a modern Peter tho Hermit to preach n crusade to nrouso the pcoplo to the danger of tho rocks nhead. Tho war with the dreaded Hun Is by no means won. Tho Issuo trembles In the balance Desperate, cruel nnd remorseless tho German sword hangs by a thread over the to-da- y President Signs Measure Which Will Turn Forward Hands of Clock. Washington, March 19. Tho daylight saving bill was signed, y by President Wilson. It puts all clocks orward an hour on tho last Sunday In March and turns them back again tho last Sunday in October. Tho daylight saving plan will go Into effect and bo observed without tho slightest disorganization or impairment of existing conditions. Trains will run as usual, and every featuro of dally life Into which the element of time enters will remain unchanged. Boforo retiring on tho last Saturday of this month tho American householder will set his clock an hour ahead and then may go to sleep and forget entirely nbout daylight saving until the last Saturday of October. On that dato ho will reverse the process, turning back the hands of tho clock an hour and the next day tho nation again will run on "sun" time. In the summer tho American mm actually will rise transact his daily business and retire an hour earlier than has been his custom, but with his clock an hour fast he will not know tho difference. An hour of daylight thus will be conserved In tho to-da- ISSUE CERTIFICATES 0 , ( Albany, Alabama, whero they will bo employed with tho Ilond Tie Company, of Ellznbothtown, Ky. Those going on tho trip wore Mr. S. E. Dennett nnd family, Mr. Jahn A. March 19. Immi- Johnson nnd fnmlly, Robert Stevens Washington, .McAcloo's an- and fnmlly. Theso people will probnence of Secrctnry nouncement of tlio nUo and Inter- ably bo employed thcro for more than acreago est rate of tho third Liberty Loan a year In working up a largo open April C gave special Impor- of timber tho Tie Company recently to to n Treasury announce- bought there. tance y m of Government receipts nml exment .ll'ST LIKE A VETKKAX. penditures, from which might he calculated with fair accuracy tho sum "Wo witnessed Judge Cook perform tho Government would need hefore Wednesday, a marriage ceremony fiscal year Juno 30. tho end of the and he did It with the skill of a vetOutstanding features of these as unolllclally analyzed wero eran. Tho contracting parties wero country, Mr. that war costs nro not Increasing a couple from tho Mngan to month as hnd been S. K. Greer and Miss Trecea Gross. from month expected, anil that ordlnnry exponses After delivering a little homily, that and loans to Allies In tho next threo wns beautifully brief and elegantly d months probably will appropriate, on tho sanctity of marand happy not bo much over $4,000,000,000. To riage, tho Judgo asked tho of this must bo nildcil the necessary couplo to, by the usual Joining acto re- hands nnd answering "I do," outlay of about $3,1G5,000,000 with deem certificates of Indebtedness now knowledge the bonds, and then maturing before a prayer that was both as brief and outstanding nnd upon marJuno 30; $500,000,000 for a railroad appropriate as the homily riage, dismissed them to a long life administration revolving fund; for the Government's cnpltal of conjuglal happiness. .In tho War Finance Corporation SLOW WITH SETTLEMENT. creation is expected soon; and whoso $500,000,000 to provide a current Although the law requires the reworking balance at the end of the tiring County Superintendent of year. Theso would make a totnl of of his $S. 055,000,000 needed between now Schools to make a settlement nccounts with tho county court within and Juno 30. ten days after tho expiration of his Money Flowing In. SuperintenOn the other side of tho books term of office, former bo placed the $853,000,000 dent Ozna Shultz has not yet made might $2.-- S his settlement. Tho county Judge working balance on linmi receipts from received March 5, a letter front V. O. 16,000,000 estimated State Superintendent of Income and excess prollts taxes and Gilbert. Public Instruction, calling his attenrovenuo sources; other Internal estimated miscellaneous re- tion to tho fact that Mr. Shults had ceipts; $43,000,000 estimated cus- not yet made his settlement ns retoms receipts; approximately $200,-000,0- quired by law. Judgo Cook called rovenuo expected from sale Mr. Shults' attention to tho demand of War Savings and Thrift Stamps, upon tho part of tho state official for and $500,000,000 to bo received In a settlement, but so far none has tho next threo days from n current been made. These would issue of certificates. KENTUCKY NEWS. mako a total of nearly $4,500,000, 000 which might bo expected to How Tho Court of Appeals has Just Into tho Treasury between now nnd Juno 30 from other sources than tho handed down a decision that sounds tho deathknell of slot machines and Liberty Loan. tho punch boards nnd other gambling deOn this basis of calculation, to bo provided for would vices in Kentucky. . dlfferenco lie between $4,000,000,000 and Madlsonylllo Is to have a new cigar This sum Is much less past factory that will givo employment to than had lieon calculated In tho as necessary, on tho basis of estimat threo hundred girls. ed expenditures of Government deA now coal mine with a dally outpartments and loans to tho Allies. put of 2. COO tons will bo opened in Theso figures do not necessarily disclose tho slzo of tho third Liber- Muhlenburg county, about two and ty Loan, for other elements of tlnan-- f a half miles from Moorman. clal mechanics, Judgment of tho mon Fivo hundred cavnlry horses In ey market nnd appraisal or popular feeling entor Into tho actual deter- tho government corral at Covington Tho figures nro essential- linvo died from poisoning. It is bemination. samo, however, ns thoso which lieved to bo tho work of German ly tho Secrotary McAdoo and his advisors secret agents. have beforo thorn in deciding how Tho Loglslaturo has passed a bill many billions nro to bp raised in tho authorizing tho Governor to organlzo big campaign. fivo companies of Stato militia to internal order during tho war. SATURDAY. FIVE WEDDINGS to-dafig-nrone-thir$G00,-000,000 -. $75,-000,0- 00 Expected To Collect $4,500,-900,00By End Of Fiscal Year. Tho American pcoplo sleep, unconscious head of world-froedoof the roar of tho maddened benst that lusts for their rights as men. Our people regard tho danger as distant and remote, a menace to bo met In other lands and by othor hands. But tho menace Is now at our doors and must be met by privation and sacrifice. Men In sufficient numbers will bo found for tho task. Governments can provide men, "but tho peoplo must provide means to support them. This can bo done effectually only by every one making his Individual sacrifice. Tho way to do It is to produce and save. Every hour of tlmo should be devoted to the production of those commodities needed to support our nrmies in the field, and the most trifling economics must be practiced In foods and feeds. It will bo the collossal sum built up from trifling Individual savings that will feed and clothe and arm tho allied armies to victory. Tho pinch will como when the government will force us to do all these things, but patriotism and honor demand that wo do it out of a sense of honor and loyalty to our country. Wo may Infor a season, but It will only mako deed eat and drink tho privation moro galling when It is finally forced upon us. Tho humblest citizen can contribute at least tho mlto of his lowly effort. With the pennies saved he can buy a liberty bond or a saving stamp, or If It Is but a morsel of bread it will, added to tho others saved by his millions of fellow men, make a substanclal addition to the Savo the little things, for In tho end food supply for our armies. their total sum may win the war. Begin fool-hardi- ly KESIDEXCE BUKXES. WHITE WOMAN IS MARRIED TO NEGRO no TO OUR CORRESPONDENTS. Fact Became Known When Couple Arrested Black Produces Certificate. Chief of Police Haynes announced yesterday that he will swear out warrants this morning against Mrs. Pearl Pike, a white woman, and married In the office of County Judge Wells on Saturday afternoon. The warrant will be issued under the Kentucky statute which prohibits a marriage between a negro and a Dick Wilhlte. a negro, who were ... ... white person. The woman Is held at the city workhouse and the pollco were looking for the Wilhlte negro last night. They expect to arrest him this morning. He Is employed as a driver for the Vlck Grocery company. Last week H. S. Pike, of Muhlenberg county, camo to Owensboro In search of his wife, who was Pearl Young beforo her marrlago to him nt Union City, Tetm. Tho woman was located by Officer Smith Sunday with Wllhlto at his homo. Both wero placed undor arrest on a charge of Immoral conduct. When brought to tho station iho negro produced his mm marriage certificate, showing1 that he KENTUCKY EDITORS' had been married to tho woman on Saturday afternoon. Negro Wns Released. Chief Haynes released tho negro, but held tho woman pending tho arrival of her brother from Central Cltvfor tho purpose of Identifying her Tho brother arrived last night nnd was taken to tho workhouso. At first the woman said she did not know him, but later acknowledged he was her brother. Her mother, who lives, at Central City, also telephoned to Chief Hoynes In an effort to get him to Induce her daughter to return home. Tho woman said that she had rather go to tho penitentiary than return home. Judgo Wells said last night that ho did not pay much attention to tho couplo, but that ho romombered that tho woman had rather a dark complexion. He said that ho had no idea slio was a whlto woman. Tho marrlago license was issued to two negroes, For tho violation of tho law relating to tho marriage of a white person nnd a negro tho statute provides a fine of not less than $500 and not moro than $5,000. After conviction, It they continue to liva together, a sentence of from threo to twelve months in tho penitentiary is provided. It Is also probablo that a warrant will be taken out against tho woman charging her with bigamy. Owensboro Messenger. ... pro-sor- Hartford has had Its wheatless tlays and moatless days but Saturday Was wedding dny. Fivo couples wore married horo Saturduy within an hour. Henry Howo nnd Vorna Awtry, and Stoy GIvens and Maudo C Iirynnt woro married at tho resldenco of Mr. D. H. Barnes by Hov. A. I). Lltchllold. Iko Hines and Ilounlu Leach, S. M. Gllstrap and Gortio Ronfrow, Krnlo Wosterfiold and Ida May Grcor woro marrlod by Judgo Cook. Allen Ewlng anr Mublo Daffron wore on tho same day llcensod to marry but did not consumato tho vuptlal contruct horo. Tho taking of tho school census will begin tho first of next month. ... Superintendent Howard has received notice from tho Dopnrtmont of Education, nt Frankfort, that money to pay tho teachers for tho sixth month will not bo available boforo tho first or second week In April. Tho same advices stato tho money for the seventh month's pay will not bo ready beforo about tho end of tho school yonr. , . Kentucky will send 1.CG0 negro soldlors to Camp Taylor, with tho cull beginning March 29. . Fishing in Kentucky rivers with lilTSKV CONVICTED. nets of four inch mesh will be legal Earnest Lltsoy was sentenced in within ninety days after tho adjourncircuit court horo Saturday to six ment of the legislature. years In tho ponltontlnry for tho murThe Kentucky General Assembly der of Hoyden Curtis, at Rockport About a year ago. Lltsey had gone adjourned slno die Wednesday. ... ing. Mrs. Alice Locke,, National Supreme Commander, of Port Huron, Mich., and Mrs. Eastmnn, ot Somerset, State Deputy, wore the speakers, and the largo audience present was Interestingly Instructed nnd delightfully entertained. Tho local tent of MEKTIXG. Lady Maccabeoss has about forty members, and has added eight new The editors of Kentucky news- members within the last month. They papers will meet at the Seelbach meet the Second Thursday evening hotel in Louisville, April 1, for tho In each month. purposo of formulating plans for a DIED OF TUIIUUCULOSIS. publicity campaign for floating tho Third Liberty Loan bond issue. Tho Mr John Duvall, of near Beaver invitations were sent out by H. J. Dam, died Monday of tuburculosls Gardiner, of tho central committee of recently tho Liberty Loan organization of the of tho bono. Mr. Duvall went to a Louisville sanitarium for eighth fedoral reserve district of St. Louis. Traveling expenses and hotel treatment, and after the amputation Imentertainment of tho editors will be of one of his legs, he apparently proved, but the disease continued paid for by tho committee progress and ended in his Tho purposo of tho meeting is to a fatal adopt a systematic campaign for ad- death. He leaves a wife and threo vertising tho sale of the now loan children. Mr. Duvall was formerly a Arnold, community, and bonds. Patriotic citizons through- citizen of tho his body was taken there for burial. out tho country aro subscribing to a fund to provldo for tho most exten-slv- o MARRIAGE LICENSE. campaign for advertising tho adoptbond sale, that has ever been Ernlo Roach 2D. Olaton to Lizzie ed for bringing any featuro of war Burton 20 Olaton. mooBures beforo tho public. Those In Allen Ewlng, 20, Narrows Route charge of marketing tho bonds know 3, to Mablo Daffron, Hartford R. 1. tho effective valuo of nowspapor adS. M. Gilstrap, 25, Select, to Gertie vertising. Renfrow, 24, Cromwell. . m Stoy GIvens, ,18, Simmons, to THE CHEAT DUTY. Maudo C. Bryant, 18, Simmons. to Henry Rowe, 18, Rockport, As we go about our dally tasks in Vorna Daughorty, 21, Mcllenry. Ernlo Westerfield, 19, Hartford, peace and safety men are dying every on tho battlefields of Europe to Ida May Greer, 16, Whltcsvllle. minute Ike Hines, 34, Cool Springs, to to suvo civilization. Our own gallant shedding their blood In Bonnlo Leach, 19, Cool Springs. soldiers aro 32, Sunnydale, to S. C, Greer, France and our sailors engulfed In as they go Tresa Gross, 21, Sunnydale. tho waters ot tho Atlantic This little nolo of instruction is in way offered as a criticism. Wo are pleased with your work, and gratefully appreciate your courtesy In doing this very welcome service for us, but thought perhaps somo little Instruction growing out of oar experience as a newspaper publisher might be useful. NGws is anything that oxcitcs comment in a community. If it is an incident that people aro generally repeating one to another write it In your letter. Weddings, births, fire.?, accidents, or any event that creates comment In the community is proper matter for mention in a news letter. Mention of people coming and going, especially If they are wellknown peoplo, Is always good news matter, but such Incidents aro only a part of a complete covering of the news matter of n community. Mention of mere neighborhood visiting, of one neighbor to another, is not news, nnd when a paper uses such mention it is in compliment to the correspondent, and not because it is appreciated Tho one rule that should govern the correspondent in selecting matter for a letter is "if the peoplo generally are telling it to one another write it in your letter." We want our present correspondents to continue their efforts, and will gladly welcome others from any points whero wo do not have a correspondent. Leo Brown, a farmer living in the Liberty neighborhood, lost his house with Its contents by fire Monday. Our Information of tho origin of the fire is that tho grass on the yard was being burned off when somo bed covers hanging on tho fence caught fire. After it was thought the covers had been extinguished one of the children laid one of the covers on the porch, and while the family wero on the other side of the house tho quilt blazed up and fired the building. Little of the furniture was saved. The residence was one of the best in the 0. community, and worth perhaps We did not learn It there was Insurance on the building or con- afternoon. Tho plan's practicability and efftents. iciency have been effectively demonm strated In European countries. FOR DESERTING CHILD. Advocates' of the plan In presentcounty ing their caso to Congress explained A warrant was issued in court Tuesday for Everett Albln, of that tho following beneficial results system: Roslne, on a charge of deserting a would bo achieved by the A great saving of illuminants.such dependent child. Albln and his wife separated sometime ago, and com- as oil, gas and electric power. Marked conservation ot coal. plaint has been filed with tho court Increased manufacturing producsupthat he has failed and refused to tion as the 'result ot improvement In port the child. working conditions. General benefits to the national DIES OF PXEUMOXIA. health because of an additional hour of daylight which may be devoted Mr. Pendleton Ward, died at his to recreation. home at Nocreek, Tuesday afternoon, Reduction in tho cost of living to and his remains were burled at Mt. Mr. some who can raise garden truck for Hermon cemetery Wednesday. Ward had had an attack of grip for domestic consumption; and. Improvement of the training condisometime which resulted in pneutions for tho fighting forces. monia fever. He lived only four Tho Interstate Commerce Commitdnys after being attacked by pneutee ot the House in submitting a fayears monia. He was about fifty-fiv- e old, and leaves a wife and eight chil- vorable report on the measure urged passage for the following reasdren. Mrs. Ward is Just recovering its ons; pneumonia. from $2,-50- "It Is fairly calculated to accom- THE LADY MACCABEES. The Lady Maccabees had an inter- esting open meeting Tuesday even- plish valuable economies in our national life. "Tho comfort nnd convenience of many millions of our peoplo will be promoted by Its passage; and, "It Is regarded as of special value in tho present national emergency." MAJOR MASSIE'S LECTURE. Major Robert Masslo, of the Canadian army, who spent twenty months in the French trenches, lectured at he court houso hero Friday afternoon to a packed houso. , It was tho first opportunity Ohio county people had to hear a first hand account of tho terrific tragedies that are being enacted in tho great war in Europe, and the audience gave tho speaker the closest possible attention and liberal applause. Major Masslo Is a plain blunt soldier and made no effort at oratory, but being a man ot liberal education and splendid culturo his manner was both pleasing and Instructive. The Major's descriptive story of Hunnlsh duplicity and cruelty did much to arouso our people to a realization of tho horriblo experiences our oldlors must meet on the battle fields of France, and stirred the spirit ot his nudienco to a firmer purpose to support with sacrifice our boys in tho trenches. Major Masslo, along with many other men who have been eyo witnesses ot tho cruelty ot tho maddened and desperate Hun, aro touring tho country for the purpose of arousing tho peoplo to tho importance ot a proper support of tho government's war policies. Slnglo Comb Whlto Leghorn Eggs for hatching, C cents each $5.00 tho hundred. Bought all my roosters from a fino ynrd for this year. MRS. ROBERT E. LEE... 38t4p It. l, Olaton, Ky. FAMOUS HORSES IN CIVIL WAR Commanding Generals On Both Sides Had Famous Steeds. Gen. Isanc II. Shcrwod, of Toledo, O., who represents Iho Ninth Ohio district In Congress, n Union veteran of the Civil War, recently made a spech In Congress out of the ordinary, in which ho gave many Interesting facts about the horse In history. What follows Is an excerpt from the speech ns published in the Congressional Record of January 24: If I should name six of the most famous hero horses of the Nineteenth century 1 would mention Marengo, the favorite horso of Napoleon; Copenhagen, the favorite of the Duke of Wellington; Cincinnati, the famous war horso of Gen. Grant; Traveler, the noted war horse of Gen. Itobcrt E. Lee; Lexington, the horso Gen. Sherman rode on the Atlanta campaign, and Winchester, the game fleet black stallion that carried Gen. Phil Sheridan from Winchester to Cedar Creek, twenty miles, that gray OctWinchester ober morning In 1SG-1- . has the unique distinction of continental commemoration in the dra matic war poem, and the further distinction of having his master for a biographer. During the Civil War I saw nearly all the commanding Generals of the army of Ohio.thc army of thoCumbcr-lan- d and the army of the Tennessee under Arc. I saw Gen. Hooker several times under fire, once at Uescca. I saw him in full uniform of n Mojor yellow sash and all tho General, plumes, riding at the extreme front, almost abreast of our advance skirmish line. He was mounted on a d bay stallion, powerful red nostrils and furious, tho most daring and inspiring figure I ever saw on a battlefield. Gen. John A. Lopm. Gen. Logan was the incarnation of vital energy and reckless courage. I saw him ride to the front at Atlanta high-heade- lived however, and was sent to Gen. Custer's fnthcr at Monroe, Mich. This horso was tho only living being that survived tho Custer massacre. Gen. U. H. Grant. I first saw Gen. Grant mounted near Unlclgh, N. C., at tho grand w of Sherman's army, after tho final surrended of nil tho armies of Gon. Grant was tho Confederacy, never a showy soldier on horsoback, like Hooker, McPhcrson or Custer. d, Ho was too shortbodled, to mako nnd chort-ncckc- d n picturesque figure on horsoback. His most famous horso was Cincinnati, presented to him by some of his admiring Ohio friends at Cincinnati previous to his taking command of the Army of tho Potomac. Neither was Grant a theino for the song poet of tho war, like Sheridan and the yellow-haire- d Custer, or Gen. Lee. Stonewall Jackson, or Albert Sidney Johnson, of the Confederates. squaro-houldore- SLOT MACHINES GET BLOW BY HIGH COURT ment nro expecting nn Increaso also. Tho women who hnvo been called to act ns chauffers nro to drtvo and tho smaller trucks. It Is not thought thoy will bo capable of operating tho big freight trucks. auto-mobll- HKItK IS A GOOD PliAOE TO STOP FOR LITTLE MONEY Louisville Hotel, Louisville, Ky., Main St., bet. 6th & 7th' The Only Hotel In Loiilsvillo Operated on the American nnd European Plans. AMERICAN PLAN (With Meals) Rooms without Itnth but with Ingio, $2.00 76 Rooms slnglo, 2.60 60 Rooms 60 Front Rooms, slnglo, 3.00 ' Rooms with Private Rath: 60 Rooms slnglo, 3.00 60 Rooms slnglo, 3.60 Hot per per por nnd Cold Running Water, day; 2 peoplo, $2.00 each day; 2 people, 2.26 each day; 2 peoplo, 2.60 oach 2 2 The Pneumonia .Season. The cold, damp weather of March eems to bo the most favorable for tho Pneumonia germ. Now Is the timo to be careful. Pneumonia often results from a cold. The quicker a cold is gotten rid of tho less the danger. As soon as the first indication of a Cold appears tako Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. As to the valuo of this preparation, ask nnyono who m has used it. - EXPLAINS next call. to-da- and rally the staggering battalions, after the death of Gen McPhcrson, In that fierce conflict of the L'2d of July. Logan rodo that day his famous war horse horse. Black Jack, a that he rode in many battles. Black Jack was poisoned by the political enemies of Gen Logan, in Southern Illinois, after the war, during a heat ed campaign. They fed Black Jack coal-blac- k a pound of ground glass. I saw Gen McPberson as ho rode to his death at Atlanta. Next to Gen. Joe Hooker, he was considered the lincst mounted officer of our army. 1 saw him under fire during tho Atlanta campaign, always splendidly mounted. I saw Gen Sherman under fire at Atlanta and at Kennesaw Mountain. His favorite horse was Lexington, presented to him by admiring friends when he commanded the Department was Gen Sherman of Kentucky. never an impressive figure on horseback. As he rode through our lines on the march in the Atlanta camand paign, sometimes at midday sometimes in the midnight march, he always rodo wiht bowed head in fatigue uniform. Gen. Phil Sheridan. Gen. Sheridan's ride and rally of the retreating army at Ccfi.ir t ? .'.: does not rank in importance with Gen. Steedman's forced march and saving service to tho army or the Cumberland at Chlckaniauga, but Steed-ma- n had no pout and Sheridan had one Inspired. Tho greatest dramatic poem of tho war, written by that Ohio poot, T. Buchanan Head, could never have been Inspired except for tho fleet stallion that carried Gen. Phil Shoridan from Winchester to Cedar Creek that gray October morn1I rode a coal black ing in 1804. Mulllon, over sixteen hands high, three-quartethoroughbred. After tho battle ho was named "Winchester." Before the battlo he was called Washington. Marshal Provost y made the General Crowder first official announcement of the time of the second draft. It will be ordered as soon as congress amends the law to compute the basis of apportionment among the states on the number of registrants in class 1 instead of population. For purposes of computation SOO.OOO men will be considered as composing the second draft although no such number will be called to the colors at any one time. Men in deferred classifications, the provost marshal general announced, would be called in small numbers as well as men In class 1 for tho purpose of utilizing special technical qualifications or sending them to schools ta acquire such qualifications. The provost marshal general makes the definite statement, however, that there will be no sudden withdrawal of great numbers of men from industry and agriculture during the coming summer, but that they will lie drawn in relatively small groups spread throughout the year. To give the exact numbers, ho says, would be to give the enemy military Information. While General Crowder sets no time in his statement, it has been stated previously that supplies and cqulp- r.ier.t for the men of tle second draft would become available in April and action on the desired legislation is expected before that time, the first alls are expected soon afterward. CASTO RIA BOSTON TO HAT WHALE MEAT AT 8 TO JU CENTS A POUND Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR Boston peoplo soon will have an opportunity to .sample whale meat at retail prices ranging from S to 12 cents a pound. The Boston fish buy reau was advised that a whaling schooner was expected to reach New Bedford shortly with a quantity of whale meat, and that much of the catch would be shipped here. Dealers said thoy had received many demands for this product recently. A NERVOUS BREAKDOWN Despondency Due to Constipation. Women often becomo norvous and despondent. Lighter. Whon this is duo to constipation It is easily, corrected by taking an occasional doso of Cham Tho.io tablets nro The court of appoals, In an opinion borialn's Tablets. by Chief Justlco Settle, has dealt easy to tako and pleasant In effect, in what is considered n death blow to all kinds of slot machines, punch FOOD (JOES "OVKIt THE TOP" IX LONDON RESTAURANTS boards and other gambling devices which have been popular nbout drug London. The cost of food Is soarstorei, cigar stores and saloons. Tho caso decided was Welch vs. Common- ing higher than tho bravest aviator poplo advocate a wealth, appealed from tho Fayette ventures. Mnny circuit court. Tho opinion follows: boycott of the fashlonnblo restaurants First Gaming Device or Imple- here which nro overcharging enorments Slot Machines. Whether a mously, nnd this Idea finds liberal slot mnchlno is n gambling device In encouragement In tho newspapers, Some public eating places have raised the meaning of Section Kentucky Statutes, depends upon the prlco of food Slid per cent, since whether its use by tho 'person playing the meat rationing law went Into It would enable him to lose or win effect. money or other thing of value by a It Is computed that, speaking food that used to cost f 1.2B hazard or chance. Although a slot In these restaurants now costs $5. Second Same. machine Is so constructed as that the Tho wing of a small chicken casts 1.15 ill certain grill rooms near 1'ica-dlll- y dropping of a nickel therein will inClroos. The greatest proflts are variably return to the player a package of chewing gum nnd the dropping being made on gamo anil fish, espeof a second nickel another package of cially on llsh. For Instance, eels sell chewing gum and. In addition, a chip In some restaurants for about 2!i or chips which may bo of greater cents an Inch. Sole Is being purveyvalue than the nickel deposited and ed at about $1.10 each in the best good for the purchaso of anything, of places. Even at tho llsh wharves Us value In the establishment of the people aro paying 10 cents each for have herrings. Fishermen owner of tho slot machine, sueh ma fresh for chine is a gambling device, although been realizing fabulous sums the player may learn, before the their cargoes. e patrons of restaurants asdropping of the second or subsequent in the machine, from an Indi- sert that good manners at the table nickels cator attached to the machine, bow aro being affected by the rationing Many men and women many chips and their value in addi- scheme. tion to the chewing gum ho will re- pick up a chop or chacken bono and ceive for the nickel or nickels depos- gnaw the last shred from It, smilingited. While upon depositing the first ly excusing themselves by saying: nickel the player might know exact- "The nearer the bone, the sweeter the ly what he was to receive from the meat." " machine in return, yet the indicator at the end of the play might show KOOSKVKIr DECORATED. that the next nickel deposited, instead of drawing only a package of With Tho American Army In chewing gum. might draw In addition France, .March. Here is the official thereto as much as a dollar's worth French order of the day which acof chips. companied the bestowal of the Croix Third Same The only difference do Guerro (War Cross) upon Cnpt. menbetween the slot machine here Archie Roosevelt at a. certain field tioned and that described In the hospital behind the American Tout opinion In Allen vs. Commonwealth, front. 17S Kentucky, 250, Is that the former "Capt. Roosevelt was twice woundIndicates in advanco the result of the ed by shell fragments upon tho field next play. But that does not make It honor, while In pursuit of his any less a gambling machine than of duties, showing unexcelled bravery the one denounced as such in tho Al- with bis troops while awaiting tho len case, for It is possible for a playorder to go forward to a surprise at er to put a nickel in the slot and ob tack into tho enemy lines. tain from tho machine a package of "Capt. Roosevelt has shown himgum worth two or three, or even five self valorous and worthy of specific cents, and checks good for merchanmention." dise of tho valuo of SI. Consequently, The order was Issued to the army tho player would be little inclined to corps to which Capt. Roosevelt Is stop as long as tho Indicator would attached. Since the War Cross was continue to point at trade checks at a upon him. Gen. Palo has certainty of gain. Therefore, the bestowed attached the famous ribbon to it. player is enticed to continue by the Archie Roosevelt was with a plafact that he is getting fivo cents toon of raiding troops in a communiworth of gum for each play with altrench, awaiting the compleways the chance just ahead that tho cation tion of tho work of tho American lext presentation of the indicator will bardnient last Tuesday morning give him the opportunity of winning the American raid, when a rom 100 to many times that per cent. Krupp shell burst near htm. One So tho luro is the opportunity to win fragment wounded him In the left from ten cents to 100 cents by the arm. Inflicting a compound fracture, deposit and expenditure of live cents. while another fragment entered the right knee cap. Ilo suffered other A lUllloiLS Attact. minor contusions about'the head and When you havo a bilious attact body. ourllver falls to perform Its function. Only near relatives havo been perfood you eat ferments in your The mitted to visit him so far. This stomach Instead of digesting. Tho French corps commander calland causes inflames tho stomach ed at tho hospital In person and pinnausea, vomiting and a terrible headned tho War Cross on Capt. Rooseache. Take Chamberlain's Tablets. velt's pajama jacket. They will tone up your liver, clean "Archie Roosevelt has since been out your stomach and you will soon examined by Tho patient Is bo as well as over. They only cost a resting quietly," according to last m quarter. word from tho hospital. 1PC0-19G7, Old-timpro-cediy. Giving Away Articles Does Not Make The Offense ' per day; per day; people, pooplc, 2.76 each 3.00 each EUROPEAN PLAN (Without Meals) Rooms without Rath but wllh Hot 75 Rooms slnglo, $1.00 per 60 Rooms slnglo, 1.25 per 60 Front Rooms. single, 1.50 per Room with Private Bulb: 60 Rooms single, 1.60 por 60 Rooms slnglo, 2.00 por THE OLD INN, nnd Cold Running Water. day; 2 peoplo, $0.75 each day; 2 people, 1.00 each day; 2 peoplo, 1.25 each day; day; 2 2 peoplo, people, 1.25 each 1.60 each European Plan Only. Rooms Without Rath, $1.0(1 nn4 up; Rooms With Private Rath, $1.00 nnd up Best Eating Place In Town. The Louisville Hotel and tho Old Inn aro located In tho wholesale district nnd only a walk to tho retail-distric- t and theaters. LOUISVILLE HOTEL AND OLD INN COMPANY, Props. Louisville, Ky., Cor. Sixth and Main Sts. Cash Bargain Offer! The Hartford Republican AND THE MEMPHIS WEEKLY Commercial-Appe- al ROTH ONE YEAR FOR $1.25 Ry special arrangements, wo Bro enabled to furnish these two pajiers at this low rule for n limited timo. Is a largo and one of tho very best paTho Commcrclnl-Appen- l pers published In tho South. Cash must in nil accompany each order. This rate Is nppllcublo to renewals and now subcrib. crs alike. cn-sc- s SEND YOUR ORDER TO THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. i DROP NEAR IN II. ('. L States last year. Accrdlng to this trade paper. Win. (JIVE LABORERS WACJE INCREASE Miss Kelly Tells How Lydia Cliainiicrlalii's Cough Remedy a orite for Colds. Fav- E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Restored Her Health. Newark, N. J. "For about three years 1 suffered from nervous brenk- uown ami got so weak I could hardly stand, and had headaches every day. I tried everything I could think of and was under a physician's care for two years. A girl friend had used Lydia E. table Compound and she told me about. it. From the first day I took it I began w icui uuiier una now I am well and able to do most any kind of work. I havo been recom-mendintho Com pound ever since and give you my permission to publish this letter." Miss Flo Kelly, 17G So. llth St., Newark, ir "Rienzi." z (Jrii. (;'oi'K A. Custer. Gen Custer, mounted, was an inspiration. Ho was a devotee of tho horso and was always talking about hU war horses. From the timo ho loft Wont Point to Join tho urmy in tho Civil War until tho close of his wuntlul life In Juno. 187C, In tho Little Big Horn Valley, his dally Problife was largely on horsoback. ably tho man never lived whoso endurance In tho saddle was greater than bU. Tho favorite war horso of Gen Custer was a brown horso called "Dandy." Ho waB fifteen and one-hahand, a compact, muscular hone, tine head and neck. Ho inarched In tho ranks of Custer's llt-tl- o army of daring troopers on June 25, 1870, against tho confederated Sioux trlbo, that torrlblo day of tho massacre of Custer and his men in tho Valley of tho Llttlo Big Horn, and uus shot through tho shoulder. Ho lf A wago Increaso of $10 n month has been granted laborers at the Government Dopots. Notice to this y is tho reg effect was Issued. payday for tho first half of ular March. Under tho now arrangement laborers who wro employed previous to July 1, 1917, will recolvo $76 por month and thoso who went to work slnco then will get $70 per month. Two years ago some of the laborers were receiving $45 per month, and nono more than $B0. To-da- L. Easloy, Macon, 111., in speak-i- n of Chamberlain's Cough Roniedy says, "During tho past fifteen years it has boon my slBtor's favorito niedl-cin- o for colds on tho lungs. I myself havo taken it a numbor of times when suffering with a cold and it always rem lieved me promptly." J. ItlLLY SUNDAY GOING TO TRENCHES, SAYS SON Pinkham's Lloutenants In charge of depart- Vege- The reason this famous root and herb remedy, Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegotablo Compound, was so successful in Miss Kelly's case was because it went to tho root of her trouble, restored her to a normal healthy condition and as u result her nervousness disappeared. N.J. ments notified tho laborors that thoy would bo expected to work on Sun when required and holidays, ! days without oxtra pay, Eacli man will be expected to put in eight hours every day. In tho last fow days every man, unless physically unfit, or too old, who reported for work of mornings was assigned to duty. Tho pay of carpenters, beginning with March 1, was lncrcasod to 50 conts per hour, or $4 per day. they had been receiving 4 cents per hour. Rumors among tho men aro to tho effect tho painters and guards are to receive more monoy and tho women in the sowing depart- Pro-vlos- ly Atlanta City, March. Billy Sunday will spend throe months In tho treuchos at tho battlo front fighting the devil, according to his son, Lieut. Georgo A. Sunday, United States Signal Corps, who is at tho Hotel Tray-m- o ro on a short furlough. As soon as the evangelist finishes u twelve-week- s' campaign, which ho opened in Chicago ho will start abroad. Ho oxpocts to return next fall to conduct a revival in Provldonco, R. I. In Soptombor. CASTORtA Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S Great Increase lu Holdings To Work cousin and Michigan have 25,000,000 bushels of potatoes on hand that can- Wji Change not be disposed of. and Minnesota has an equally enormous surplus. In (Courier-Journal.) eluding 13,000.000 bushels which nro The high cost of living is appar held over from 19 1C. ently threatened with a tremendous Thousands of cars would bo nee- slump. There Is every reason to be essary to transport this great supply lieve that food prices which for sev- - of potatoes, nnd tho problem of tho Itimp. There Is every reason for sov- - Fond Administrators Is how to pro- eral years havo been mounting to a vide the transportation faciltles. apogee and will decline henceforth. In tho opinion of Mr Carter, tho This Is believed to bo particularly price of potatoes and beans will do- trim of two important food staples cllno very rapidly, and their decllno potatoes and beans. will affect to some extent nt least j Allen R. Carter, of the llerndon- - the prlco of other foods. Carter Produce) & Commission Company, predicted yesterday that poHow's tatoes will drop to 1 cent a pound Wo offer Ono beforo tho price decllno ceases. Mr. for any enso ofHundred Dollnrs TtcwnnV 1 Catarrh that cannot biAM Cnrtcr said that beans are also more cured by nails Catarrh Medicine. Hall's Catarrh Medicine lias been taken plentiful than he had ever known by catnrrh sufferers for the past tlilrty-flv- o years, and has become known an tho them, that his (inn was receiving an average of ten letters a day from most reliable remedy for Catnrrh. I tail's Catarrh Medicine nets thru the niood on expelling farmers offering to sell beans at low Die Mucous BurfuccB,nn.1 linnllnr. ttio Pol- Knn frntn thji Tltnrwl tlm .lis figures. JM ensrd portions. After you havo taken Hall's Catarrh "There hns been a tremendous proMedicine for a short time you will see n duction of potatoes," sold Mr. Carter. Rrent Improvement in your cenernl "Especially Is this truo In Minnesota, health. Start taklnc Hall's Catarrh MediSend at onro nnd Ret rid Wisconsin and Michigan, where there cine testimonials, free. of catarrh. foi F J. CHUNKY & CO,. Toledo. Ohio. aro millions of potatoes on hand Bold by all DruKtrlrtx. 7&c awaiting tho Food Administration's solution of tho problem of what to do .100 AIRMEN ENLIST. with them." Lni'Ko Holdings of Grain. St. Louis, Murch 1C. -- Since tho Mr. Carter's food forecast is sup- oponlng of Its office hero, tho cxamln-- i ported by tho report of the United lug board of tho aviation section of States Bureau of Crop Estimates, the Slgnnl Corps, has accepted five given out at the Loiilsvillo office yes- hundred candidates for commissions terday, which shows an enormous in- in tho Hying, balloon and iionllyliig crease in tho holdings by farmers of divisions. grain. The llvo hundred were chosen from Corn, for Instance, which is now approximately ono thousand appli selling at $2.25 n bushel, was held cants, who camo hero from Missouri, by farmers of tho United States on Illinois, Arkansas, Iowa and othor Mnrch 1, 1918, to tho extent of 0 states. About two hundred of tho bushels, as compared to only successful applicants uro St.LoulsIans. 782,303,000 bushels on Mnrch 1 last mm year. This unparalleled increaso in SEND OR RECEIVE 0,000 corn holdings moans nearly doubling WORDS A .MINUTE, CLAIM tho a mo u nt held iu 1918 over that or 1917. Chicago, March 16. Thomas B. Mr. Carter yesterday received a Lumbort, an inspector for tho Chicago! Mr. Carter yesterday recenved a Tolophono Company, has Invented ul copy of the Chicago Prlco Current, In telegraph contrlvanco that can both. which Is mi account of a meeting at scud nnd recolvo C.000 words a mln- Chicago on March 7 of tho State uto. Lambert is prosidont of tho Food Administrators of Minnesota, American Association Of Engineers. Wisconsin and Michigan to consider The government has sent Capt. plans to dlsposo of tho enormous Bur Charles A. Culver, of tlm ......., rvinm I limit., WW.l'W, grown iu those to Investigate the dovico. plus of potatoes j This? 1,292-005,00- ploymont of females tinder 21 years ns messengers, 7C to 8. Hnuso bill 2G, to limit tlmo for fil IS LED BY CZAR ing suit to recover proporty for tnxcH to five years, Instead of fifteen years, Y CI to 12. rcqulro Wife Spends Much Time IIoiiso bill 4 BO, toto Btnto Taxcorpor-ntlpComto report With Her Children In mission February 1 each year, 68 to MELANCHOLY LIFE SUBMARINES ARE FOUND IN ARCTIC ns U-Bo- at Siberia. Switzerland, (Icncva, February Nicholas Komnnoff who, as emperor of Russia, once exercised nwny oyer tho fnto of millions of Russians, loads n melancholy llfu nt Toliolsli, tho Siberian "city of death" to which he mill his family nro exiled, according to one of the red guard Hentinelx stationed nt Ills homo thore. "My lif.u has alwnyH been thot of a 3 0. -- 5. "Just-as-goodescription Is contained in nn ofllcinl cause of alleged physical disability, has at last been sent Kast Davidson account of experience of naval men by tho n recruiting stationed nt or near Archangel. It mission, Lennox Duilding. says: A week eyo caused Davidson's reCastoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, prisoner," tho former emperor Is Drops and Soothing Syrufis. It is pleasant. "Tho long winter night of four jection by regular army officers nt It contains quoted sin Buying. "It Is not my forneither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its months is drawing to n close. The Philadelphia a year ago. Then he navy, and was refused I regret. I have only serted children, KG to 1C. mer power (lint age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has moon, which each month has gone tried tho one wish and that Is to return to tho of his nationality. He was been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Houso bill 88, to require railroads round In n clrclo for live days at n Crimea and devote myself to horti- to mnko report to Auditor December tlmo without setting, no longer ab born In Scotlnnd, and has not taken , Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness culture." and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids 31, instead of July 1, 74 to 2. sorbs our attention. Tho rosy noon- - out his final citizenship papers. the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. Writing to n friend in this city, tho Next ho sought entry into tho MaHouso bill 108, to prohibit more day light hns each day brightened nnd The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. Rulslnn red guard said: than one trustee, of Statu Normal nnd whitened percoptlblllty, and now each rino Corps, nnd tho Hrltish army, "The attitude of tho emperor when Industrial School, colored, residing in twenty four hours wo boo for a. short Ho always was rejected. ho Ih nloni) is full of cnlm and simple same county, C6 to 0. "Hut I was determined to do my period tho sun low down over the part In the wnr," he said, and I tried dignity, but ns soon as ho thinks that House hill 29C, prescribing mnnncr Southern hills. ho is no longer observed ho gives way cities of second class, Gl to 0. "With tho thaw como tho subma- again nt the Hritlsh mission here. I rBears the Signature ar walks with bent head. Mis hair House bill 257, providing for the rines, nnd it is not long before the have been accepted and If I pass at has become ns whlto us snow and his payment of salaries of County Judges New York I will be sent to Novla have laid their quota of face is filled with a painful melan- nnd County Attorneys monthly ineggs off tho entrance of the Scotia at once." choly. Ilo Is often seen nt the win- stead of quarterly, G2 to 0. Davidson says If ho Is rejected at ort. Merchantmen arrive wlth'sldes dow following his children with his House bill 204, making It unlawful battered from shollflre,' and talcs of New York he will keep trying uneyes when they go out for n walk and for parents to refuse to give name of gallant nctions and s, til ho does get in. He is the oldest furtively wipes away u tear. Kalser-fls- h child or children of school ngo to passed be- son In a large family. when tho t School Trustee, GG to 0. neath their bottoms. Some do not arWife Is Wounded. House bill 494, to repeal chapter rive at all then the trawlers search AYIATOK POI.K'K IS "If tho emperor shows resignation, NKW YOltK "WKIXKLK" Kind You it does not llnd an echo in his wife, 1411 of acts of 10G nnd chapter 72 of the face of the ocean, nnd bring In a H CKNTAUW COMMHY, NFW VOWK CITY, Alexandria Allx. Kvcrytliing In her acts of 190S relating to undertakers, remnant of starved and frost-bitte- n New York, March 1G. New York rows who have been exposed for days present situation scorns cululutcd to 4 7 to 27. To purmlt children 12 years and in open boats to the fury of nn Arctic Is to add an aeroplane corps to her wound her and make her miserable. over to carry newspaper routes after springtime. Sometimes they aro not police reserve force. This announceShu was only allowed to take with her y by Commisschool bour.s In cities of second and found and sometimes tho her- ment was made fifteen boxes of clothing. At first third class, 03 to 1. meets tho fate she has prepared sioner nnright. self sight this may seem iiito a considdepRodman Wanamaker.speclal To Toqulro Circuit Judge to ap- for others. t erable amount, but it must not bo foruty commlsloner, who heads tho reprove leases of mineral rights by gotten, that the whole wardrobe of "In the Arctic Ice was found the a'mcndlng tolepbone buoy of ono who had miss- serves, will have charge of tho orfive women and an emperor Is con- C'ominltte of Gnrdlans, ganization. The flyers will be used chapter 99, acts of 191G. ed her prey, and coming too close, tained therein Therefore it Ik To authorize Stato nld In each victim. The buoy to protect the city In case an air raid herself became the that it would not suffice No Money for exile of long duration. To tills county, to bo used for maintenance Is only let go as a last resource, when is attempted, to maintain a communinAdvnnco ol loads as well ns construction and a submarine Is sunk and Is unable to ication line, should nny catastrophe SoJIhIoc inii'it bo added the Impossibility of (ion Guar telopbono make it neces.ary. rise. It has a water-tigh- t procuring any kind of clothing in reconstruction, 53 to 17. CA To make it a punlsbablo offense to upon It, connected with the hull of nntood Tol uHk Tho prlnceimos possoss in LowetttNct The simplest way to prevent tho nil, om1 four costumes, and nro circulate false statement regarding the sunken submarine, and by which accumulation of dirt Is to make "t-it obliged to bo contented with those. solvency of foreign nnd domestic In- communication can be established Prioos companies as well as against from the surface with the imprisoned easier to bo cleaned than to be dirty. Ai rtg.rd their Jewelry, tbpy wore surance TorinH A lisnliM and trust companies, penalty occupants. Jt bears a large brass MAKVl (AND I.KGlSLATUKIO forced to Uau' it nil In I'etrogrnd. Snving of from $200 to $1,000, G5 to!). plate, upon which is inscribed the SlOO to Tin former empress occupies herKILLS Sl'KFHAGK HILL To proldo burial for indigent legend in German: S2 0 0Fnc self Rri.itly with her children, but InFrom children to bo paid by county, 50 to P. A. STARCK stead of cncoitrugng them to be l.ii'.t Mossajit' Is Head. Anapolls, Md., March 13 (by A. tory Direct PRESIDENT 10. she strives the whole tlmo to "Undersea bo'at tho Is sunk here. P.) lly a vote of 12 to 30 the To regulate practice of voterlnury keep nip In their memory the roniom-hr.inc- c IN YOUR Do not touch, but telegraph at once louse of Delegates late this afternoon surgery 67 to 0. 01 the past. It Is the Imposdefeated the bill giving women tho 0WH HOME to the commandant of the q. sibility of corresponding which reright to vote, nt presidential elecWo will ship you a beautiful Starck Piano for 30 days' free trial, In your base nt Kiel." i:k; rim: loss o.v No cash payment required. home. All we ask Is that you will play upon, uso volts her the most. Tho few letters "Another submarlno was equally tions. and test this piano for 30 days. If, at the end of that time, you do not find It the NATION.! I FOISKSTS highest grade, sweetest toned and finest piano In every way, that you have over she receives are carefully censored A motion to reconsider, followed unfortunate, tho In a different way. seen for the money, you aro at perfec" liberty to send lfback, and we will. In that bofi hand by the officers of tho eicnt, pay the freight both nays. T, Is Starck Piano must mako good with you, Tho submnrlne rose to the snrfaco to by a motion to lay on tho table, the . Washington, March. J'orcst fires ,,.. or there Is no sale. "body guanl." Her confidential being adopted, effectually kills burnell over 9G2.000 acres of Na- shell a munition ship which she had latter Easy Payments Save $150.00 or More friend is Madame Narlchkina, a forthe bill for the session. caus- torpedoed, but the submarine's first We chip direct to you from our factory, at Ton pay no cash down, but alter 30 days now living in tional Forest lands in 1917 nnd mer The Idll giving the women the right prices that cave you upwards o' $150.00 Iff the of trial, you can begin payment on the lowed a loss of $1,358, COO to the Gov- shell exploded the ship's enrgo of mu- to est, casii-- t terms ever suggested by a piano cost of your piano. We guarantee to furnish Tobolsk, from whom the former emvote at municipal elections Is exon the manufacturer. These terms are arranged to ernment in timber, forage, and young nitions. A large motor-lorr- y jou a better piano for the money than you can press has no secrets. pected to share tho same fate tocult your convenience, and It is possible for secure elsehere. You are assured of receiving growth, according to figures compiled upper deck of the vessel pitched overyou to buy a piano for your home, without a satisfactory sweet tontd durable high grade morrow. Heir Apparent (lUiirded. board and landed on the upper deck missing the money, piano. , by tho Forest Service. While tho After the Municipal Suffrage Dill aiarcK Cms raatas OK.Ys. "Tho princesses can movo freely loss was larger than for several years of tho submnrlne, sinking her instantPlayer-Piaiwill come the bill proposing 2nd-Haan Bargains about tho town, without any special past.officlals say that, considering tho ly. Tho ship's boats were already so Kvery Starck riano U art) Starck piaranfeed for 2S years. We have constantly en hand impos- nmendment to the State Constitu the best and most beautisuperintendence, but naturally not unusually .dangerous conditions, It crowded that it was humanly This guarantee has back a Urge numVr ot slightly used ful riarer Pianos on. the giving all women the right to tion pianos ot ail of It our 35 years of piano and i"ou win te O without being followed step by step vas remarkably light. market. Protracted sible to take another soul Into them, vote. standard makes taken in exexperience, anu me repulighted with the many exby the secret police, who, however, drouth and periods of high winds nnd as It was,, their crews spent four change for new Starck Pianos tation of an clusive features ot these responsible piano bouse. The followand wonderful instruments, and porform their duty as discreetly ns made tho conditions, they declare, days in them with very scanty pro- AMEKHTAN SHIP I1KATS ing are a few sample bargains: will be pleased with the 50 Free Huslo very low prices at which possible. virtually the same as in 1910, when visions before reaching land. $110.00 Weber WITH ITS GUNS. tney ran be secured. "Other submarines hid themselves Lessens Stein way 92.00 "On tho contrary, the many prsous were burned to death S0.00 mong tho nana m To every purchaser ot. Chickering dook rreb further north, and is closely guarded, ns tho revolu- and 25 million dollars worth of timA French Port, Mar. 10 (by A. P.) Send today tor our new Starck Pianos, we give free Kimball S5.00 beautifully illustrated piano music lessons, in one of tionaries fear an abduction. Ho is ber on tho National Forests was de- many wero the exciting games of hide 199.00 book which gives you a Starck An American steamship, formerly 'the best known schools in and seek played In those still waters, escorted every where by tho sailor stroyed. Chicago. These lessons you large amount ot Informaa German vessel, arrived here y Send for our latest complete ran take in your own home, tion regarding pianos. This with only tho seals nnd grampus for Deremenko, a man of herculean bargain list. In addition to the actual loss In by mail. This represents book with Its bridge smashed and a shell will interest and one year's tree instruction. once saved tho princo's llfo timber and forage, the tires of last witnesses. please you. Write today. through a smokestack as a reKogs, both in summer and winter, hole 1343 Sfarcb BItl CHICAGO P. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. at a hut. Ho has not tho right to go year entailed extra expenditures by sult of an encounter with a subma Into town without being accompanied the Government of $1,121,451. This, are n terrible thing in these Arctic rine. by a certain number of officers. Tho It Is pointed out, means that to hold waters. Tho cold wind blowing on Tho steamship defended itself with I'rlnco is In good health, but a slight tho (Ires down largo numbers of men the warmer water raises an impene- its guns on being nttacked by tho probably causes as lluubetrnys the stiffness of tho right have to bo withdrawn from produc- trable mist, and A storm was encountersubmnrlne. foot which is Incurable: tive work and much money spent for ninny losses as the enemy's best ef- ed during which tho cargo shifted. "There Is llttlo to bay about tho llfo supplies. At a tlmo llko tho pre forts. Tho vessel made port with tho great"Summer, that short six wcoks, est difficulty. The Grand Dutch- sent when it Is necessary to practico of tho princesses. ess Olga, who is of a very serious tho titnist economy us n war duty, would bo n delightful season but for Literally, one cats nature, perhaps oven gloomy, has tho Forest Sorvlco officials nro em- tho mosquitoes. n nurse In n military hospital phasizing tho criminal wakefulness drinks nnd breaths mosquitoes. THE THRICE-A-WEE- K "With the end of August como tho for convalescent Siberians, to whom of forest flres that can bo prevented EDITION OF THE gales again, to bo followed soon by she devotes six hours a day. Tho from starting. snow, nnd tho whole country becomes NEW YORK WORLD wero Grand Dutchess Mario is learning Of tho 7,814 fires which Hhort-hnn- d and typewriting in ordor fought on the National Forests, all baro and black and barren In a sinIX 1018. to help her father in tho editing of hut 2,132 set by lightning wero gle night. Hoarding becomes strenuPractically a Dally at tho Prico of his memoirs. Hut up to tho present caused by human agencies and could ous work, nnd tho convoy trawlers, You can be a success, and a big success, if you have tho emperor hns noithor written nor have boon prevented. There wero ns thoy sweep vessels through tho a Wcokly. No other Nowspaper In mined areas, have no easy time of it. tho world gives so much at so low anything. AMBITION, ERERGY, NERVE. dictated 952 Incondlury fires, which occured n price. lllK Ship Kt likes. "Tho ground lloor of tho resldenco for tho, most part in Oregon, CalThe road to success is easy if you are properly galo, n Tho valuo nnd need of a newspaper "In a howling three-day- s' Careless and Arkansas. of n fornior Imperial fnmlly Is occu- ifornia, pied by n company of soldiers, iron- campers woro responsible for 1,288. big Russian ship which had struck a in the household was never greater prepared. A Business Education is the chief requisite ically termed 'tho emperor's body Railroads, partly through failure to mine, was brught bafely into tho har- thnn at tho presont time. Wo have for preparedness. The big men of today almost withguard.' The remaining two stories comply with tho law and use propor bor by four trawlers, two ahead and been forced to enter tho great world form tho apartment of tho dethroned spark arresters, set 1,003. Tho re- two astern, and each with 600 fath- war, and a largo army of ours is alout exception are the men who prepared yesterday monarch, Col. Homnnoff. It consists mainder woro caused by various oms of sweep wiro out. Very peril- ready in Franco. You will want to We prepare you for the position that are waitin of four large and four small rooms, forms of carelessness on the part of ous work it was, but safely accom- have all tho news from our troops on battlefields, and 1918 nro funished In tho simplest (settlers and other users of tho Na- - plished; tho to sco her come into har- European which for the prepared man or woman. School in session bor before tho great breakers, with promises to bo tho most momentous mnnner. There is no water laid on.ttioual Forests. her forecastle under water nnd her year In tho history of our universe. the entire year. Pupils may enter at any time and no gas, no electricity nuu no nam i No other newspaper at so small a stern tu the air, it appeared almost room. Tho servants are obliged to SKNATOK UHGKS IlUMiKTH receive proper classification. Then night and day I price will furnish such prompt and UK MADK OUT OF 8TATUK impossible. druw tho necessary water from u well g work for everyone for a week while accurate news of theso closo by. Tho rooms nro heated by Washington, March 16. "Tear her cargo is transferred, and she Is events. It is not necessary to say means of primltlvo brick stoves. The largest room Is only live yurds In down the statue of Frederick tho conducted safely to Archangel, One more. Where Great in front of tho war college and trawler struck a mine and foundered THE THRICE-A-WEElength and three in breudth. WORLD'S tho spacious recoptlon rooms of melt it into bullets," recommended in ten seends, only ono of her crow regular subscription price is only $1.-0- 0 are per year, nnd this pays for 156 Poterhof and tho Winter I'aluco, with Senutor Thomas, of Colorado. He being saved with tho sea at freezing papers. Wo offer this unequallod point. surcharged nuignlllcuuco!" a joint resolution Introduced their (Incorporated) "And us tho dark winter drags in, newspaper nnd Tho Hartford Repubsaying the Btnto was "now distlgur- Louisville. Herald. i lug" tho war college. This Is the the days becomo shorter nnd shorter, lican together for ono year for $1.65. OWENSBORO, KY. THE REGULAR SUHSCRIPTION Imago which tho Kaiser presented until tho sun no longer rises. The IIOL'Si: ItlM.K IWSSKH. government in honor of his last ship lias left Archangel, home- PRICE OF THE TWO PAPERS IS this ward bound, but tho Arctic squadron $2.00. s? House bill 42S, to prohibit tho cm- - grandfather. CMCKJSOCS: d" Hrltish-Canndla- House bill 348, to repeal law requiring holder of public office to re sign beforo making rnco for General Assembly, 73 to 0. Houso bill 407,to rcqulro nurserymen to futnlgnto products by a. formula approved by State entomologist beforo offorlng for sale, CC to 1. Houso bill 2CG, making it n tolony to kill fish with explosives, 71 to 0. Houso bill D00, to repeal tho charter of Ford, Clnrk county, C9 to 0. Houso bill 3GS, to authorize. Judgo of Jefferson Criminal Court to appoint supervisor of parents of de Sometimes Goes To Bottom While On Cruise. Ono side of goes farther west nnd north, to tho ico frco waters of tho Kola Inlet. 'Strango to say, insomnia is prevalent, many men having to bo treated by tho doctor for It. Tho darkness nnd lack of news and interest, with no possibility of exercise, mako everyone's norves go glnglo." Louisvlllo Herald. KIMKCTKD IIY AKMV TI.MKS; IN AT I,AST Children Cry for Fletcher's 1 wfA rJl III 1 1M . 1 Clovcland, 16. Walter March llttlo heard of, DavldBon, 23, believes if at first you and yet which has furnished somo don't succeed you should try until you stirring Incidents, is tho llfo of the finally nro ncceptcd for army service. After being rejected six times beHrltish navy in the Arctic. A graphic London, March 16. Is tho world war that The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been In use for over over 30 years, has borne the signature nf ana nas Deen made under his per-. M-firtt-j, sonal supervision since its infancy. rtOKtv Allow nn nno in Wtt .. ,ui. All Counterfeits, Imitations and are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experimcut. What is CASTORIA so arising-therefrom- GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS vo hair-bread- C&as?&&&4 The th In Use For Over 30 Years Have Always Bought at Starck Pianos Fact EahLjI SyRHft 1. 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL nd Player-Pian- second-han- Player-Piano- heir-appare- nt ice-llo- to-da- Second-han- ) You Can Be Whatever You uf want To Be world-shakin- K Dim Mb s Mil Mi Hte- y WW !, m ' . jwwmwv iSRyiriS ffapy c"ev iiBBBBiHLiafl IIS Beaver Dam Opera House Bea.ver Dam, Ky. Presents ns its opening feature the' World's Biggest Motion Picture, IT HAS EIGHT BIG REELS! 6-G- REAT STARS--- 6 m Ik ft Imjuld'j niencrr motion picture faraSon vitlnt iu. I : ,n B MB B BB Hi M tj nywct TcvNfuft 1 .dl JBB( "THE WHIP SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 1918 BOILED DOWN. congress revise the seasons, making nt least your last dollar, If need be, four spring and only two winter to their support. Strain a notch and buy a Liberty Bond. months. and educates the young and old. All men, women and children with red blood in their veins will want to It is clean. It is modern. It is about people of today. It has everything that pleases, thrills ADMISSION Children, - - 15c - - 30c Adults, The Hartford Republican see it. Matinee 2:30 p. m. Evening 7:30 p. m. It is reported In military circles that Germany is preparing to undergo The senatorial situation In KenEd MrJrrow in his campaign for a sacrlflco of 300,000 men In a giPABXFORD PRINTING COMPANY tucky Is still much up In tho air. Dr. governor pro- gantic effort to break through two years ago Incorporated tho W. S. TINSLEY, Ilruner, of Louisville, Is so far tho mised tho peoplo If elected he would western line. f, U. SMITH, only announced candllato before tho abolish a number of Useless state President Republican primary. Judge McKin-zl- o ofllces. Ed was not mado governor, Former United States senntor, Moss Is reported to bo considerbut ho has succeeded in accomplish Isaac Stevenson, of Wisconsin Is dead Editor THOMAS tMN HENRY TINSLEY, Associate Editor ing tho matter of entering tho race, ing tho abolishment of tho useless of- nt tho ago of 89. Senator Stevenson IT, nd Judge D. J. Bcthrurum, of Somer- fices. Alarmed at the sentiment Col. was tho wealthiest and oldest member and Business Manager. set, Is being urged by tho Republi- Morrow aroused against this un ui iiiu wnen ne retired rrcin cans of his section of the state to get warranted extraviganco Gov. Stanley that body a few yenra ngo. Entered according to law nt tn Postottlce Btrtford, Ky., ae mall matter ol the eecond into tho race. ordered tho legislature to abolish a lue. hundred thousand dollars worth of Destructive floods occurred last Tlnslcy is in Louisville, and we useless ofllces, but to provide for the week In a number of eastern and Addreu all communications to dreamed last night we had a telegram useless officials holding on till their and northeastern stnte. from the collector of Internal reve terms expired. Ed Morrow went k Hartford Republican. nue, of that city, that the Republi down to Frankfort, and In a Esther, dnughter of can's business manager was at the speech before Republican Cleveland, married n United States tho NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS collector's office Insisting on paying useless olllces. Confronted with army officer last week. nbecrlbere desiring the pnper sent to a new income tax on a million dollars Inthis solid Republican demand to cut In making the iddreea most give the old addreee come, and asking advice. We dream- out tho graft at once Gov. Stanley request. By a vote of 27 to C the lower Bnalneee Locale and Notlcee 10c rer line and 8c ed that we wired back, "Incomo a took the buck ague, and ordered the house of tho Delewaro legislature ' Insertion. er line for ench additional fake. If Tins takes two more he will Democratic members to savo his own ratified tho national prohibition Vbltnnrlee, Resolutions and Card ot Thanks;.' insist on paying the national debt." scalp by taking the scalps ot his amendment. money In advance. line, friends, and the useless olllces and Charon Notlcee lor service free, lint other The Salvation Army Is at tho battle advertisements. So per line. the useless officers will go together. Three hundred represeuativo citiwill recilre no front, and up to its knees In mud and Anonymous communications And the taxpayers of Kentucky owe zens, representing every section of ttentlon water carrying the wounded to places to Ed Morrow, and not to Gov. Stan- Tennessee, met at Nnshvlllo and efof safety and ministering to their ley, and tho riddance from their tax fected a stato wide organization to g people, needs. These funds the much condemned useless stamp out mob law. Local s 123 most of whom have come up from the offices. CiacaTserlaiii will be formed In every countv 53 slums where they were inured to 3rxxra' of the state. hardships and privations, are peculiWe take it that most peoplo who arly adapted to rendering the humbl- have to transact business through the MARCH 22 FRIDAY The Russian congress ratified the est and lowliest service where ever malls will agree with the Atlantic peace treaty with tho Central powors suffering exists. In war and human Gen by u vote of i?. to30. The Meade County Messenger copied in peace these patient and humble Constitution that if Postmaster eral Burleson will not resign he our editorial under tho caption "The people are doing a work that comMiss Annie Martin, of Nevada, Is Price of Honor" and credited It to mands the respect and admiration of should be kicked out. The conditionof tho mail service is simply deplor- tho rat woiurii tt odor herself a can- the Hartford Herald. tho world. nie.Duttnei'resuient ignores tne fr United States senator. Tinsley has been Business Manager The Atlantic Monthly asked, "What mnnd of the country for correction. A movement, headed by Mrs. Herplaying very shy of this shop this can you expect of a country whose This office is dally in leeeipt of comweek, and we understand tho Madam most popular author is Harold Bell plaints from patrons that they do bert Hoover, has been started to nave is working him In her war garden. Wright, whose moit popular clergy- not receive their papers on time, .ind many millions of oggB for food purman is the Rev. Billy Sunday, an.l two recent experiences with first class poses by urging the public to forego We have called on Food Boss whose most popular statesman is mall are illustrative of what Is hap- the usual waste in Easter celebraJames to limit our menu, since that Williarii Jennings Bryan?" But pening every day. Thursday ot last tions. colored boy Ledward.who gets about does tho Atlantic not know that the week we received two letters from like greased lightning, is doing ser- men and women who cultivate and Louisville, ono of which was postOnly two Americans with the title vice at the Foster House. promote American literature do not marked Monday. Passengers com of general are in Europe, Generals plained of no unnecessary delay, nnd Pershing and Bliss. Tinsley told "Old Timer" there was read Harold Bell Wright, that those it could not have been the fault ot at least some consolation In having who give direction and course to re- tho rallrod company. The Iluslness In comformity with n law just to spade up the garden. Said he ligion do not go to hear Billy Sunday Manager's daughter-in-lawas going passed by congress all the clocks nnd and that the people who direct the had saved up angle worms enough destines of government are not fol- to San Antonio, to meet her husband, watches In tho country will bo moved for bait for his Sunday's fishing. and he took precaution to write two forward ono hour at midnight march lowers of Bryan? separate letters advising tho young 31, and the artificial time will be in Jn the race between Judge Settle More than five hundred weekly man when his wife would arrive, and force until Oct. 31. The purpose is and Judge Jlenson for tho Democrat newspapers have gone to the wall although tho letters were mailed two to conserve daylight hours for pro nomination for Judge of tho Court of within the last year. Looking over days In advance of the woman's de- duction. All tho other countries at Appeals we ro unreservedly for Setthe advertising of some of our con- parture she beat both letters to their war have already adopted the new tle. But of course after tho primary temporaries wo see the reason. Two destination. There can bo no excuse time device. we shall bo for neither of them. have recently been of- for these dally miscarriages of malls ailvertlsments T except inefficiency in the mail serNino states have ratified tho na High prices and delinquent sub fered all of tho weekly papers in this an vice. A general housecleanlng in the tional prohibition amendment. They 49 daily section of tho state at six cents scribers were responsible for post office department Is imperative. are: Mississippi, Virginia, Kentucand D30 weekly newspapers turning inch. Looking over our exchanges ky, South Carolina, North Dakota, their toos to the dasles within the whon we find ono carrying these Ads RED CROSS NOTES. Delewaro, Maryland, Montana and last year, This incident is related, wo at once class It with those Just on Texas. thu point of turning their toes to "as an appeal to the conscience of our St. Mary Magdallne's school, at the daisies. With the present cost delinquent subscribers. College streets is tho Both branches of tho Texas lesls- newspaper publication the accept- Brook and of first of Loulsvlllo's parochial schools laturo have passed a stato wldo proance of these six cents an Inch ads InMr. Lyman Barrett, of Barretts to come Into tho Red Cross with a Ferry , has accoptcd a position as dicates an extreme necessity that 100 per cent paid membership. Tho hibition bill, which now awults tho signature of the governor. manager of thu Hartford Herald. Mr. usually preeds fallur. children of tho editor of Tho Repub Is un employe of the internal Barrett Hero is an Illustration of how In- lican attend this school. FOR SALE. rovenuo service, but is now on vacaTho following donations have been accuracies may sometimes creep into Four good work horses. Seo J. will temporarily assist edition and news columns of tho best edited recently mado to tho Red Cross E. CUUTISS, at onco, 'Hartford, Ky tor Combs who Is Clerk of the local tho paper. Last Thursday we wero nos- treasure house. exemption board. Mrs. TIco Burnes' tobacco baskets ing about for news nnd observed a THE WEEK IX WAR. moving van going out tho Beaver $37.10, Mrs M. II. Murphreo's tobacco Republicans all over tho Fourth 58.00, E. J. Carter $1.00, district are urging John llaswell to Dam pike. "Who's moving", wo ask- baskets Notwithstanding tho Russian gov $1.00, Dr. Wlllard enter tho race against Ben Johnson ed a bystander. "Bill Hlines", was Mrs. E. J. Carter treaty Wlllard Lake $1.00, ernment has signed a peaco $1.00, Mrs. for congress. Haswell Is perhaps tho tho laconic reply. "Whereto" wo Lake with tho Central Powors tho bated Guy strongest candidate tho Republicans queries with a view to fullness and Yllllam Mallam Lake $1.00, Hun continues his inarch toward .ho accuracy of our report. "Out to a ltanney $1.00, Rufus McKinlcy $1.00, could nominate, and If tho Bardstown Tlnslcy $1.00. Washington Russian capital at Petrograd. This statesman can bo beaten, Haswell is farm to raise a crop" camo back with G. T. Is the first' record of history whero out oven on accent Indicating our In- school $1.2G. Mrs. Guy Rnnnoy $1.00. tho man that can do It. army has continued to lay Tho Second Red Cross War Fund a hostllo Wo formant did not know his news. begin waste a country after It had bowed Judge Mack Cook had his first ex- published tho report, but it turned Drive for $100,000,000 will Its neck to tho yoke of Its conquerors. perience in tying nuptial knots Satur- out that Bill was only moving an- May 20., Contributions to tho first Kipling has aptly callod Germany day, but ho had a regular barrage of other family, and so such matters go. drive amounted to $10G,099,2D7. Tho purpose Tho Red Cross War Council has "Tho thug of nations." experience with the first attack, being of this ruthless war on a conquered A halt million American boys are appropriated $1,316,045 for tho purcalled upon to marry three couples nation is1 to torrorizo Its Inhabitants within an hour. We did not hnvo In Europe. Victory for tho Allies chase of food supplies for shipment against a possible uprising and n the pleasure ot witnessing the Judge's alone can save them from a bloody to Italy. spirit. of its national first effort, but wo are informed that buchery. Victory can be won only by Tho report comes from Finland NOTICE. the precision ot the the lavish shipment of munitions and he operated with that Ferdinand, of Bulgaria, Is prosurgeon and tbe selfcontldenco ot a food. The gqycrnment must raise scaled bids for tho posing to tho governments of AusI will receive large sums of money for this purpose, veteran. e and lot at Haytl tho tria and Turkey that action bo taken 'his money must como from tho pock- old consulting Germany looking Wo would be really glad to ex- ets of tho people. Tho Third Liberty bid to be for both the houso and lot without The county Board will pass on tho toward a separate peace. Tho report what tho Loan bond issue begins April 6. Tbe plain to our readers Just given country will gain by tho recent act of banks and men of wealth took most bids at Us next regular meetlng.the may not bo reliable, but It is circles. bomo credit In diplomatic pieces ot tho two preceding loans. Now is 1st Monday in April. congress requiring all tho time The Board resorves tho right to Such a move, If mado in good faith, in the country to bo moved up ono the hour for help by tho man of modwould hasten tho dawn of tho day of watch- reject any or all bids. wo don't erate means. Sacrifice is the hour March 31, but candidly peaco. Terms. know. Wo tan not see how tho valuo word ot tho hour. Itemombcr tho Tho long advertised Gorman offenCash, or ono half cash and bank young men whose of tho yard stick could bo Improved half million dear sive on tho westorn front has not yet by cutting u few Inches olf of ono lives are dopondent upon your sup- - noto for tho remainder, duo in ono materialized. Sharp artillery engageend and adding them on to tho other port. They aro thero ready to give year. ments occur daily on tho westom lino, E. S. HOWARD, end. However, if tho experience tho last drop of blood for their coun-- . but no decisive results are reported. S. O. C. S. proves useful we suggest the neit try, and you should bo willing to give Published Weekly by Sec-Trea- s. Good reports como from tho conduct of tho American soldiers. Wherever attacked they hnvo .shown stubborn bravery and effective resourcefulness, nnd the Hun has found In tho boys from tho States focmen worthy of his steel. Great activity Is reported by tho nlr forces and twelve enemy aeroplanes woro shot down in ono day. Japan seems to bo halting In Its contemplated activity In Siberia and there is some anxiety on the part of tho Allies in regard to this hesitancy. It has been n wet spring on tho western front, and the ground has been too heavy for hauling tho weighty nrtlllcry necessary to fighting on a large scale. As soon ns tho ground is dry enough to hold up tho big modern guns It Is probable tho biggest battle of tho war will begin. HOI'SK FOR RKXT. Six Boom Cottage, conveniently ar- ranged and well located. Apply to Mrs. James Nnnco, Hartford, Ky. m i:i:n cross .members. mercy-workin- organl-atlou- 11 The following members of tho Bed Cross should have appeared with our list published two weeks ago: Miss Mattle Sandofur, Mrs. R. B. RHoy, Miss Esther Stewart Taylor. BARRED PLYMOl TH ROCKS. J. R. Wellcr. J. Walter Allen, Mrs. J. I. Hoslck, Mrs. Agnes Calrnea Miss Bred to lay and weigh. Selected .Margaret DeWitt, Thomas Codsey, eggs, $1.00 per IB, straight Rates Mr. E. E. Blrkhoad. Mrs. J. B. Tnp-pa- on Incubator eggs on application Mrs. W. II. Rlmadn. W. H. Can fill from 2 to I orders per day Rhoads. Mm. P. B. Taylor. Mr. J. JOHN A. WILSON, E. Davidson, Mrs. W. M. Iliidgon, V. 10-Hartford, Ky n. tf . M. Hudson, Vernon Crowilor, Mrs. Vernon Crowder, Dorothy Crow-de- r, Mrs. I'. S. Carson, Mrs. S. Crowder, Mrs. It. H. Carson, Mrs. S. K. Cox, Miss Elizabeth Miller, Miss Electra Carson, W. T. Woodward, J. T. Honglnnd, Otha Dexter, C. N. Balrd. W. J. Ross, Miss Bera Ross, J. H. Huzlewood, R. L. Dover, C. O. Hunter, Margaret Mnrks, Lettyo Marks, Mrs. A. W. Logan, Mrs. W. S. Tinsley, Mary E. Marks, Dr. A. D. Park, Carl Frolm, John T. Jackson, John T. Jackson, Jr., Mrs. John T. Jackson, Robert Jackson, Roy Fralm, A. B. Kovll. Miss Elizabeth Kevll, Mrs. J. E. Foglo. New .Members. Miss Beulnh Moore, Mrs. S. H. Ellis, W. E. Berry, Mrs. Edna Bender, Mr. Elvis Bender, Irn Render, Rhen Bender, Conrad Render, Mrs. J. A. Caldwell. Mrs. Jnmes Plrtle. Mrs. Roy Foreman, Mrs. Fred Mill er, Mr. Fred Miller. Mrs. J. A Hock-o- r, Mrs. Julia Cnvender, Mr, Frank Cnvrnder, Mr. TIco Baker, Miss Zella Nail, Esqulro Ben Taylor, Mrs. J. W Robertson. Mrs. I R. Mnxey. Mr. II. F. Lowe, Mr. J. T. Ralph, Mr Lon Ralph, Mr. J. I). Duke, Mr. J D Miller, Mr. Leo Royal. Mr Pearl Sanderfur. Dr. J. A. Duff, Mr Earl Harris, .Air. H. J. Mllllgan. t 4 STRAWBERRY PICKERS WANTED. We will pay TEN CENTS per gallon for picking Strawberries this season. Board can be obtained for 12c per meal and lodging free with the grower you pick for. Pickers must bring their own bedding, and arrange with the Manager before you come so arrangements can be made to care for you. The picking season begins about May 15th. Write the Manager for any information you may want. H. D. GRAHAM, Manager, Bowling Green, Ky. r At - w !roTO$rassroro$ros - Leuiies Costt Suits Hub Clothing Co. HARTPORD, KY. $ reas-sortlo- !VBS BREEDING STOCK My two Jacks, BLOCKY BOY and BOB, and StaRiou MACK EAGLE will make tho present season nt my farm on Ilurtford and It. 1'Ionsant road, near Ccntertown, at 9M.00 each, to insure a living colt, provided mare bo not disposed of, in that event, the season fee becomes due. A lien is retained on nil colts until the fee is paid. These are good Individuals, have been thoroughly tested, us to breeding qualities and inspection is courted. . 1 school-hous- ALVA CALOWAY. 1&4S!mx phur Springs, was Mrs. Sarali Collins Smith, of SulIn town Monday. Mr. Otto Martin was In Madison-villa I Spring Goods! Mrs. Annie Lashbrook, who has been visiting In Daviess county for sovcral weeks, returned homo Monday. Tuesday on legal business. JONES HIGH GRADE ANIMAL prepared Mr. Herry Rial went to Owcnshoro FERTILIZERS spcclnlly for Kcntusky Crops and Soils. Now Tuesday. on n business trip goods. W. E. ELLIS & BRO pay 3Gc per pound for good, 3614 Will """ yellow butter. Mr. Itomncy Duff, of Sulphur ILER'S GROCERY. Springs, Is temporarily employed In Mrs. Will Itlley Is In Greenville Riley's barber shop here, In tho placo visiting her parents, Mr, and Mrs. otf Mr. Ben Taylor, who Is on the sick list. Silo Taylor. closed his Mr. J. C. Lawrenco Attorney C. E. Commonwealths school at Centertown Monday. Mr went to Calhoun Monday, Smith Lawrence has sold his residence at whero ho is engaged In circuit court. Centertown and Is looking for a Mrs.lt. E. Hnynes left Tuesday for Owcnshoro, whero she goes to'tako a months treatment under Dr. Hoover. Mr. E. It. Bennett, formerly of Barretts Ferry, has bought tho Ream Mr. Smith farm, near Fordsvlllo. Mr. John C. Riley has sold his resSmith has bought a farm from Mr. idence property to W. E. Ellis, R. II. Charllo Carden. Ullcy and Ilcttlo Hllcy. Consideration $2,000. and son, Willis, Mrs. W. W. 0 1 SERVICE is our WATCHWORD Our SERVICE is at your SERVICE SERVICE is the most important word in To test ours is to find out that business we are ready to take care of any reasonable want to-da- y. o o D & i & i The bright balmy days reminds us that springtime is here. The season will soon demand light weight fabrics. We are prepared to supply your garments. needs in piece goods or Dresses, Coats and Coat Waists, Ready-mad- e ready-to-wear Harris Suits. MILLINERY. Every week adds to this department the newest creations in Ladies' Headwear. So you can come to us, get the latest as it comes out from week to week. This department is in charge of Miss Berry, a lady who has experience who will take care of your wants. Do your spring shopping at our store, and remember that wlfo nnd son of tho now manager for Mrs. Lula Coppage Is In Litchfield tho Cumberland Telephono Compavisiting relatives, and will go from ny here, arrived from Sebree, their there to llraggadoclo, Mo., to visit former home, Monday night. her son, Earl. Wo aro advised that Attrlce r, County Farm Agent Browder has Fought, Corbet Knott, William been as busy as a beo this week trainEdwin Mason and Robert Maing the farmers of the county to make son should have appeared in our list seed corn tests. of soldiers published last week. Re-ncc- at the best market prices. We stand the test. We are now showing the most complete line of DRY GOODS, DRESS GOODS, CLOTHING for Men, Youths and Children; SHOES and OXFORDS for Men, Women and Children; LADIES' and MISSES' GINGHAM DRESSES, WOOLEN and WASH SKIRTS, COATS and COATSUITS, NOTIONS, HOSIERY, .UNDERWEAR, OVERALLS, FLOOR COVERINGS, ETC., we have ever shown. These goods were bought right and we have plenty of them, so there should be no fear that you can't find what you want. b c c ? c of It Pays to Trade With a House That Saves You Money. Mr. W. S. Tlnsley is In Louisville The county jail Is again as empty as attending a meeting of the county tho tomb. Circuit Judge Slack and Publicity Directors of the Third Lib- Commonwealth's Attorney Smith erty Loan bond sale. keep the court docket too close up to date to make fees for tho Jailer. The county board of" tax supervisMr. Charlie Carden moved tu the ors will meet hero April 3rd. The County Judge has not yet appointed Woodward property here Wednesday. Mr. Carden recently bought tho all the members of the board. Bond farm, just ncross the river from Mr. Harold Holbrook, who Is de Hartford, for which ho paid $7,000. veloping oil lands in Leo county, Tho Girls' Club met with Miss was hero Sunday to visit his Parents, Winnie Slmmerman Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Rowan Holbrook. Thoso present wcro Misses Mattie Ernest and Simon Wigglugton, of Duke, Lelia Glenn, Clara Robertson, Simmer-maUuford, aro recent addition to the al- Myrtle Lashbrook and Mlrs ready large and ever growing Ohio couutyians owning motor cars. Mrs. A. K. Anderson, who was appointed court reporter for Mr. H. P. Taylor is in Louisvlllo tho circuit court here, will go to attending the meeting of tho State Bowling Green Monday to take a Publicity Directors of tho Third Libfinishing courso in stenography and erty Loan Bond salu campaign. typewriting. n. C c D 0 ! & 4? ! 41 41 4? 41 41 41 Make Us a Visit And Be Convinced. c i i & 41 41 41 Carson ?5?S-;v5v??f:???fv?CC (Si A LETTER Co TO MOTHER. It-- 41 41 41 HARTFORD, KY. 0 Of && The Hartford FRIDAY,. Republican , Dr. are It. Tappiu, wlfu and children spending a few days lu Louisville. J. .MARCH 22 Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Barnes spent a few days In Louisvlllo this week. Mr. John Davis, of Taffy, was here Sunday, the gyest of Mr. Buck Smith. Mrs. Iko Foster spent Tuesday at Centertown with relatives. I: Personal News I . j; Miss Maude Stewart, of Roslne, has gono to Bowling Green to enter See Acton Bros, for your Garden school. 3712 Sued. Mrs. Salllo Trlplett, of Owensboro Onion Sets, White and Yellow, can Is the guest this week of Mrs. T. S. birthday. 3712 Marks. be bad at Acton Bros. Mr. J. II. Barnes, of Beaver Dam, Mr. Sep Williams, of tho Hickory Is In Louisvlllo this week. neighborhood, was in Madlsonvllle it and Social Euents. Mr. Jeso Hill, of Smallhous, has Judge It. It. Wedding has bought bought Miss Sophia Woorner's of Dr. Jesso Bean', of Horse Branch, property, near tho old water tho well known trotting horse. King, mill and will movo to it next week. that made 2:2S on the fair ground track here last fall, winning a fifty S. C. RHODE ISLAND REDS, dollar pime. largo slzo, good shape and color. Eggs $1.00 per 15. Hens reasonOscar McDanlel, of Horse Branch, able. MRS. VANDER ALLEN.Crom-wel- l, who had been put In class four by Ky. 37t4 tho local exemption board, camo lu Wednesday and enlisted in the enJailer TIcbenor has cleaned up the gineers' corps, and was sent to Camp court house yard, which materially Taylor for training. improves 'the appearance of things tho ancient Temple of Jusabout That is a very commendable tice. practice of county physician, E. B. Pendleton to visit the Almshouse A number of friends met for a patients every Sunday morning, in social gathering at the home of Mr. addition to responding to calls from Dave Allen, in Rosine, Friday, it being the occasion of Uncle Dave's S6th that Institution for his services. reh-iden- Tho county health ofllcer reports that, so far as ho is informed, Ohio county is now clear of the scourge of smallpox. County Attorney A. D. Kirk went Mr Kirk to Louisville yesterday. will.be gono several days. We think ho has a habit of stopping over on his return trips from Louisville with a very dear friend of his who lives "somewhero on the Texas line." Ed-dyvl- Mr. A. C. Smith, a merchant of Beda, went to Owensboro Wednesday There aro now twenty inmates of morning. the county Almshouse. Misses Kathleen Turner and Martf Mr. It. E. Leo Slnunerman Is spend- garet DoWitt, went to Owansboro ing a few days In Louisvlllo. yesterday. Mr. Jeff Wattorson, of St. Louis, is Will pay 32c in trado and 30c In hero visiting his family, cash for eggs tho rest of tho week. i ILER'S GROCERY. Mr. Jack Hudson and children, of Uuford, left for Colorado Tuesday. Judgo II. H. Wedding spent Saturday nnd Sunday with relatives near Mr. Hudson's wife and mother aro Barretto Ferry. Mrs. Ed Mooro Is on the sick list this week. Tuesday. already there. Mr. It. 11. Carter, of Simmons, was painfully Barretts Ferry thrown from a buggy unit visiting relatives at injured Saturday. this week. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Hearvin woro Mr; nnd Mrs. H. H. Ellis wlil go Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Foreman aro to Owensboro tomorrow with relatives. for a visit in Owensboro Tuesday. through in their car. They drove Attorney Sam A. Anderson, of LouHurry and buy your looso garden isville, will arrivo hero Monday to gone. seed beforo they aro all attend to some legal business. 1LEIVS GROCERY. Miss Edna Black will have chargo Call and let us show you our full of the millinery department at tho line of Rugs. Prices right. store of Fair & Co., this season. ACTON BROS. 37t2 Mrs. Owen Hunter returned The call for soldiers, to be mado from a few days visit with March 29, will includo only colored Mrs. Opplo Klttlngor in Owensboro. men, from Kentucky. Wed-nosd- Mr. Addis Pate and Miss Annlo Ray Mr. and Mrs. John Loyd, of Bar retts Ferry, wore guests of Judge and Carson made the trip by automobllo to Owensboro and return yesterday. Mrs. R. R. Wedding Tuesday. V If you woro as far behind In your A tenant house on tho farm of Mrs. ntlla Daniel, near Olaton.burned Sat account with your grocer as you aro urday. A Mr. Smith was living in with tho Republican wouldn't you think It about time to pay up. the house. Sheriff Bratcher says while In Sunday he met seven former Ohio county citizens who are temporarily sojourning at the Lyon capital, and that all of them appeared pleased to see him. He reports the The greatest joke coming out of whole bunch home sick, and perfectWashington recerfUy Is tho proposal ly willing to come home if they could You who aro in need of Cook by Postmaster General that on ac- only get the permission of the Board Stoves and Ranges, go to the store count of the ineffiency of tho tele- of Prison Commissioners. complete line. that has a full and phone service in that city that his ACTON BROS., FOR SALE. department take over and operato it. Ky. 37t2 Hartford, My ice plant, Ave ton capacity, Sergt. H. L. Hatcher, of Camp Cusn Prof. Ozna Shults deserted the plant Monday for a equipped to make a newspaper ganio Monday morning, ter, Mich., camo home at a great deal less cost than to buy stay with relatives at nnd wisely hided away to tho farm twelve days plant. This plant is in a new Mr. Hatcher was emCentertown. first-clas- s where raising eat stuff is just now condition. Was ployed in Michigan when tho war enticingly profitable. and last season. Monbroke out and enlisted in a Mich- ey making Can sell all business. igan company. tho ice that you can manufacture. Get our prices on Plows and FarmReason for selling, am going to leave ing Implements beforo you mako Tho Union National Bank, of Louyour purchase. State. Wo can savo you isvlllo, Ky., is contributing $250, to W. E. ELLIS, money. ACTON BROS., They 36tt tho war garden seeds fund. Hartford, Ky. Hartford, Ky. 37t2 ask us to give notice to thoso who aro unable to buy garden seeds to SEED CORN FOR SALE. Mr. Ernest Ellis has bought the apply to Charles G. Strater, Chalr-nin- n or Mr. Stovo Ellis in tho loInterest War Garden Committee, 311 Tho prlco of my Boone County cal lco plant, and will begin operating Guthrie St., Louisville, Ky. Whlto seed corn from this date unplant the first of April barring a tho til further notice, shelled, graded, cold snap nt that date. Fisherman Herbert Chinn caught sacked, ready to plant is $5.00 per tho Kalnor on a trot line yesterday bushel. The seed Is from a plot of Clarenco E. Ward, 9th Co. 3rd morning. The monster was nearly three acres that made an average of Bat. 159th Depot Brigade, left Satur two feet long nnd had four legs. It 108 bushels per acre, is perfectly day to rojoln his command at Camp was of tho lizard typo, but no one matured, dry and tight on cob. If Taylor, after a fow days visit with his horo had ever seen anything Uko It strong germinating, vigorous growhomo folks at Nocreek. taken from the waters of Rough river ing, high yielding, acclimated seed before. will Increase tho crop only five bushMr. Guy Cox who sustained a very els per acre, there will be an addiseverely sprained knee In a fall from A new school building has Just tional 35 to 40 bushels of corn on a wagon loaded with fodder some been completed in Haytl. it is a account of one bushel of seed. The weeks ago, Is ablo to hobble about, very good building, tut has only a best Is tho cheapest. , single room and is Inadequate to but not completely recovered. JOHN T. JACKSON, accommodate the large number of 34tf Rockport, Ky. Genus Morton, a popular hotel pupils of the district. Tho contract FOR SALE. waiter, wollknown in Hartford 'and for the building was let by former Boaver Dam, left Monday for Torrent, Superintendent Shults. My residence consisting of five in Wolfe county, where ho had an atHas I'cto Norman, of Select, was rooms, hall and largo pantry. tractive offer for hotel service. brought to town by Squlro Daugherty electric lights and water in house. Mrs. C. E. Smith received a tele- yesterday, for a lunacy Inquest. Nor- Good stablo, buggy house and all Everlasting gram Friday that her father, Elder man is 2C yoars old and single. He necessary outbuildings. W. 11. Wright, of Sebree, was very was a soldier In the National Guard, woll of soft water In ten feet of 111 of an acute attack of stomach trouand did service with Pershing's army kitchen door. W. E. ELLIS, ble. Later reports indicate his con- on the Mexican border. Ho will bo 3Ctf Hartford, Ky. sent to Hopklnsvllle Saturday. dition Improved. lft-to- Mrs. I. S. Mason has received the following letter from her son, who is now in Texas. Dear Mother: I have mado a hop since I had your last letter. We were ordered here, and will be assigned soon I suppose. This is an old army post, ten miles from a railroad, and Is called Fort Clark, Texas. It is about 100 miles west of San and somewhat south of it. This is tho 306th cavalry, and Is composed chiefly of regulars, but we have some drafted men. Wo' played our first regular retreat last night. We came down in a pullman, so wo had a nice trip. We are the only band here, and I believe we are going to havo a pleasant time. All we see is shrubs and cactus and rocks, and sand and Mexican negroes nnd half breeds. It has not rained here for 18 months or better. We have barracks and Iron spring cots, and got clothes as soon as we got here. Wo have to soldier. Write soon, to all. Ed-Lo- An-ton- la, Just received a largo shipment of Garden Tools, Pocket Knives, Aluminum Ware, and Pratt's Poultry Food and Mediciuo. ILER'S GROCERY. a GRAND JURY REPORT. Tho recent grnnd jury investigated tho condition of tho county roads.but on account of tho earliness of tho season decided not to bring indictments against overseers now, and give them time to put their roads In order. But it mado a report to be delivered to tho next grand jury advising If the roads havo not been put In proper order by that time that delinquent overseers be Indicted for failing to do so. ICE ON HALE. Have Ice at plant, made last season, dollverod-a- t we will sell at plant-n60 per hundred while it lasts, for cash only. Expect to get plant started by the first of April. All ice tickets out that were purchased last season, deliver to W. E. Ellis & Bro's, and get them rodeoui-e- d. They will not bo negotiable this season. Will sell now books of tickets fo this season. ELLIS ICE CO., Hartford, Ky. ot resounded MASTtiU COMMISSIONER'S 8AI,K. moro or less. HourM of .1. II. and nro comltiRl" Hah V. I). Stratton by I. L. Alford, reWILL YOU ithrottRhout Jerusalem. Tho Turks, Ohio Circuit Court. corded In deed book No. 27, pago 242, TAKE OUR panic Btrlckon, nro Raid to liavo fled, V. J. Madcn, PITT. Ohio County Clerk's olllco. I i ftlll taking their helpless American cap Also another tract beginning nt n Vs. Notlco of Snlo. THAN MhN S.lY.S iMi'IK 1 IIIBIl II Mono on tho road In Keown's lino; J. W. Motoley, ct nl, Defts. lives with them. Hy virtue of n Judgment nnd nr- -i IIiimico N. with county rond 8 ynrds " tier or saio directed to mo irom tho 'to u pi'rtiiiiuiion; lltcncu eastwnrdly A Treatment Its March term, ISO yards to a hickory: thonco a lit Daily Telegraph in Editorial nr,,00 liKAKTKD MKV MAIU'II Ul Ohio Circuit Court atstyled action In tle southcastwardly about 220 ynrds 1!)1S, In tho aliovo '(Of WEAK CAIiliKD O.V favor of V. .1. Mnden for tho sum to n ulilto oak in P. I,. Alford's lino; Comments on Peril of Sea . ?i... Kviar LUNGS Of of $050,00, with Interest thereon nt llicnco up said branch 10 WashlnRton, March 12. A move- tho rate of G per cent per annum yards to said Alford's and about Transport. Kcnwn's CONSUMPTION : ment of 3D, 000 drafted men to begin from the 16th day of September, corner: thonco S. C5 V. to tho bo- IDLALo 1 1 IIUI LL OFAMERICAM on March 29 and continue (or fivo 191G, until paid and tho further sum .ginning containing :isi acres, moro y by Provost of ?7i.iu in ravor or tno rnrnn &.or less, convoyed from W. C. Loach days was ordered 1G (by A. P.) Tho A quick relief for that llred, run down feeling, London, March Orendorff Plow Co., with interest to P. L. Alford, deed recorded in In a city where good hottlt coughs, paint In chest, nlghl swells. Iiemor abound, the Powhatan ticadi the leading editorial In tho Daily Tolo-gra- Marshal General Crowdor. Tho order thereon at tho rato of 6 per cont per deed hood No. 39, pago 397, Ohio rhasei. weak lungs or consumption. If II do Int. calls troops from every State In tho annum from tho 2Gth dny of Mny, County Clerk's olllce. y t htlp yoa It costs you nolbiol. is captioned. "Tho Porlt C It la Ant In the hearts ot It Tho purchaser will bo required to with tho oxecption of Iowa and lUlli, until pnid and tho costs ot this countrymen. Lock oox 016 nf Sen Transnort." It characterises Union action together with tho costs of this execute bond Immediately nftcr tho OHIO MEDICAL CO, COLUMHUB n It includes men rcnialn- - sale, I will offer for salo nt public sale with approved iii fnrmntlnn of nn Entento AUlrd Minnesota security for tho Transport Council as a new , '"B from tho flrsl ,ratt and those outcry to tho highest and best bid- - purchaso money and n lien will bo Marltlmo dor nt tho court houso door in Hart-- , retnined ns additional security. Ihn noanrlntn.t lint Intiq I imillO lO Call in mO BCCOIJU. ll.t, (liven under my bund, this tho 14th Just how many mon of tho second lorn, is.y., on xwnnaay, mo isi nay ot says: nnd of draft aro affected by tho order was April, 1918,p. nt aboutn tho hour six day of March, 1918. "Wo aro approaching tho Bupromo one o'clock in., on crcdlttof OTTO C. MARTIN, Master Commissioner. test of tho issue which depends on not stated nt Gen. Crowder's office. months tho following described prop- 3"t.1 El E, EAR, THROAT, NOSE movement erty t: llarnos & Smith, M. L. Hcavrln, merchantmen. It mny bo a matcr It is understood that the And Fitting of Glasses A certnln lot or parcel ot land ly- Attorneys. The Towfiatan 7s trfintJ, for serious consideration by tho will virtually completo tho first draft ing in Ohio county, Ky., nenr tho Mnnonlo and that it is part of tho announced town of Heaver Dam, containing one elusive, and restful. Its excelOWIiNSUORO. KY. United States Government whether It Tempi lent location on Pennsylvania Avenue, 18th anil II MrecM, may not give more essential aid nt groups as fast as they can bo ac- aero, moro or less, and being n part makes it a iletirabtr hcadquar quota as an- of tho land conveyed to the said J. O this moment by holding back tempo- commodated. Kentucky's o tcit lor bridal couples, tourist W. Moseloy on tho 2nd dny of July, parties, conventions, Schools and for nounced is 16G1. rarily further COURT DIRECTORY. o colleges. 1904, by L. S. Smith ns shown by o , ' Tho orders sent to tho States call o their army with a consequent inThe Powhatan record in tho olllco of tho Clerk of o attracts the ol culture and education. kiiv quantity of ocean-hom- o for approximately 70,000 white troops tho Ohio County Court, in deed book rroplc crease in tho to State, War and nnd 24,000 negroes. The negro troops No. 39, pago 110, nnd being tho same N'avv Departments, alio fo manf supplies." and Triiritraa t nun .... .( .j.ini land reserved in deed from J. W. joints cl historical interest, fUlruuiitlleik or nn litv The paper asserts that if American nro to be scatercd among tho fol Moseloy nnd wife to II. C. Cummins. .l.Lin Dirruva makes this hottl especially atlowing camps: THAT mr CIRCUIT COURT. tractive to a (Incriminating pubsoldiers continue to coma over nt tho in tho town Also n bouse nnd ' lic. ijn, fciiilTjflp you to mic.. TREE import Mcado, of Hartford, fronting lot feet on Fox .ludgo R. W. Slack, Owentboro. Devcns, Mnssachusette; fW.Jiro.iVl, t.hoUiurrirtfh fcr 78 present rnte tonnage which might ho The Powhatan ollert room .. y jfar irfcrric. BUR 'with detached bath at Jl.50. C. E. Smith, Hart devoted to food will bo utilized for Maryland; Gordon, Georgia; Zachary Alloy (now Center Street) nnd run- Coni'th. Attorney PASSING RCrcriCNCCS. rnrfrOoW $2.00 and up. Rooms with pri- Vl. (oiiiiauif imirri wnit to pur- Taylor, Kentucky; Grant, Illinois; ning back with Peach Alloy 80 feet; ford. vate bath, Ji.SO. J3.C0 and up. military instead of economic thence nt right angles to the right 7S B3;oOB Sovonth Straat, Fun-sto"Write for booklet with mip, poses, and while both soldiors and Pike, Arkansas; Dodge, Iowa; "WoniWUTOW, D. feet to the corner of lot conveyed by Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. Kansas, and Travis Texas. CLIFFOKD M. LEWIS MnMcr Commissioner H. D. Mclionry and wlfo to Mary Otto C. Marfood aro required, tho latter is tho Hinigtt Guentber and her children of dato tin, Hartford. more urgent need. January Sth, The telegraph declares tho enemy's MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. angles to tho 1S90; thonco at right Trustee Jury Fund Cal P. Keown, right SO feet to Fox .TV MnmiiiM,.i,..iMit.''!i'in...iifl Hartford. sea offensive cannot bo treated as a Alley (now Center Street) and em Ohio Circuit Court. hi.-bracing tho lots conveyed to Mary 1st Monday in March 12 days matter of less importance than G. W. Atherton, Pl'ff. Guenthcr, .Nicholas Guentber, HenConi'th. and Civil. movement on thj Vs. Notice of Sale. rietta Guentber nnd Mnggio Guentber 1st Monday in May 12 dayi Civil. A. C. Patterson, ct al., Dofts. west front, and adds: by Jas. A. Thomas. Also lot conin July 12 days Hy virtue of a judgment and order veyed by Hettlo Howo to last named 1st Mouday THE "Radical changes in orglnlzatlon, Com'th. nnd Civil. directed to mo from tho Ohio parties and lot conveyed by II. D. SEWINC in method and In atmosphere are es- of sale March, 101S term, MACHiNE sential if masters and men arc to iCircuit Court at its action in favor Mclionry and wife to Mary Guentber 3d Monday in September 12 days in the nbovo styled Used and her children. All being parts Years Civil. OF save us." plaintiff against the defend- lot No. 47 and deed nbovo referred of of the to 4th Monday in November 12 days quality;) 0 ants in the sum of $290.00 with inIt declnres in conclusion that recorded in Ohio County Clerk's ofCom'th. and Civil. more men must bo supplied for terest thereon at tho rate of 0 per fice in deed book 11, pago .rG4, and por annum from tho 7th day of being same lot conveyed to grantors cent COUNTY COURT. tho shipyards and engine shops of July. 1917, until paid and to pay by T. II. lllack. etc., on Nov 20. 1914. NOT England. the cost of this action and the cost which deed N of record in deed book 'Moots first Monday in each month. SOLD. o of this sale, I will offer for sale nt ")0. page 92, Ohio County Clerk's of U N,D E R .Judj;e Mack Cook. public outcry to tho highest and best fice. ANY County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. bidder at the Court House door in The purchaser will be required to OTHER FOR FLETCHER'S Clerk W. C. Blankcnship. Hartford. Ky., on Monday, tho 1st execute bond with approved security NAME. day of April. 191 S, at about the houJ immediately after sale and a lion Sheriff S. A. Bratcher. of one o'clock p. m., on a credit ot will bo retained ns additional so-- 1 .Superintendent E. S. Howard. o six months the following described curlty for the purchase money. WARRANT ED FOR ALL TIME. The Woman's Tonic Jailer Worth Tirhenor. piopeity t: HV2 AMERICAN JEWS ARE (men under my band this, the If yon purchaso the Nl V ROM P. yon will Assessor D. K. Ward. A lot or parcel of land situated in 14th day of March. 1!1S. CARRIED INTO CAPTIVITY have n life nvi t n t the r. yu uj , aud will Point Pleasant. Ohio county. Ken .Stirejor C. S. Moxley. OTTO ('. MARTIN. not have nu end leu chain of repairs. Sold Everywhere tucky, beginning at Green River and "i7t". (1 m Master Commissioner. Coroner Dr. A. U. Riley. ' New York, March 13 News that running thence east with L. E. Ev- M. L. ileavrln and C. M. Crowe, FISCAL COURT. 1"2 American Jews living in Jerusa- erlv .s line 10 poles to a stone; theuce Attorneys. 1.1- -v ... jf? Quality j lem had been carried into captivit Mjuih 10 poles to a stone; thence Meets Tuesday after first Monday Considered .vt 314 poles to Green Itlver; MASTICR by the fleeing Turks, and that their thence CO.MMISSIOM'R'S SAI.K. in January, April and October. north with said River to the it is the fate is unknown, was announced to- iM'ginnliiK. containing 90 Miuaic polos, 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford. Daviess Circuit Court. day by the Provisional Executive more or Route 3. Cheapest The purchaser will bo required to William L. Decker. Ailmr., etc, Plffs. llinl District Committee for General Zionist Affairs Sam L. Stevens, BeavVs Notice of Salo. in the end purchase mone in reporting details of the evacuation exciute bond for thesale and a lien National RppoMt Hank, et al., Defts. er Dam. immediately after . ISy virtue of an order of sale dito buy. Q. B. Brown. Simmons. of the Holy City and Its occupation will bo retained for furthor secur:inl District rected to mo from the Daviess Cir- Kli District ity!. by the victorious British Army. G. V. Rowe, Center-towyou wimtnscwIiiE machine, wrlto for If Given under my hand this, the 14th cuit Court in the above styled acTwelve day.s before the fall of the ourl.ittet catalogue beforu you purchase. tion, I will olfer for sale at public day of March. 19 IS. V. C. Daugherty.Balze- - The Mew Home Senine Machine Co.. Orange, Mass, city of Gen. Allenby's forces, the adoutcry to the highest and best bidDistrict OTTO C. MARTIN. der at the Court House door in Hart- town. vices said, an order was issued for 'J7tn Master Commissioner. T- - IMy"I! ?,'?n(la'' U) u ,,a !th District W. S. Dean, Dundee Glenn & Simmerman, Attorneys. tho arrest of tho Americans and their " Rlce- Fordsvllle. deportation to Northern Palestine. Court day, at about the hour of on.'!71'1 1,K,kt B- Woman and children were cruelly I .',000,000 EOOT o'clock p. in., on a credit of six 8th District B. C. Rhoades, Hart- ford, Route 5. GAS WELL ON 1'IRK months, tho following described land beaten to compel them to reveal the hiding places of fathers, husbands HARTFORD. A certain tract of land In Ohio Lexington, Ky., March 13. A big county, Kentucky, and bounded as and brothers. Threatened with the Mayor J. E. Bean. jientU of their women and children, gas well came in on Isaac Spark's follows: Clerk J. A. Howard. 's Beginning at a stone in J. T. 'seventy men emerged from their hid- leaso in Powell County, eight miles Police Judge C. M. Crowe. line, on others were from Torrent. It was a freak well, road; thenconear his house, east the ing places anl sixty-tw- o Marshal E. P. Casebler. with said road to rounded up in later raids which having been struck in rock. It caught a white oak; thenco south-eas- t to ; ROCKI'ORT. ILLUSTRATIONS 300 ARTICLES-3- 00 lire immediately and burned tho rig. white oak and chestnut oak; thence lasted four days. VEEP informed of the World's Prntrrru In Cli'm'n. Board James Wilson. 4Y Engineering, Mechanics nnd Invention. For All of the prisoners were charged Tho well is the property of the Petro- east to a small hickory on top of .. Clerk Rushing Hunt. rainerana banana Aiune hamuv. it anneal J. W. iQaiicias-v-uiana xountr- - Men ami women. with disloyalty to the Ottoman Gov- leum Production Company, nnd Is hill inthe samoWright'sE.line; thence to J. Hendrlck's with Police Judge John T. Jackson. jiii inn rsTorim juiffftxinn m inouttmiiox Lome throughout tint world Our horrlxn ernment. Their punishment had been now burning at the rate of 15,000,-00- 0 corner; thence with Raid lino west Langford. Marshal Will (ferriwndenuaroronMantly imthe witch feet a day. for tbinf. new and inarming and It U undecided when the cry: "The Eng- straight through to J. P. Metcalf's BEAVER DAM. Written So You Can Understand It line; thenco with said line north to rbe hp Ntv DpartmMt (SO rage) contain the beginning, containing seventy-liv- e GUARANTEED SERVICE Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKcnnoy. Practical Uinta for hhop Work and iw waji for U iKiinau in on luinsi imona liib iionin. acres, moro or less, and being Clerk R. W. King. One hundred per cent 4mtt.ur Machanlca (17 rgr.1 for the Hoy and tho samo conveyed to John G uinirpoiiieiotnaKninmgiTiitboirtatnakenrir )m ant Telrgraiih Oiitflta, Kuglnc, )ltMt, 8 now Polico Judge J. W. Cooper. Talne. Special work for W. Delker by F. L. Felix, Commissioner, ium urwi ii j, iwi (Uiuiiuiu, rtc, Mintaiut in, O. W. trnctlona for the Mochaulc, Camper andHporUican Marshal R. F. Stevens. Cth dny of Augtibt, 1901, by on tho SINOUC COPIES. IBel St.SO PER YEAR , deed recorded in Deed Book W. r. STEVENS, rrM yr umiiilf r 4t fr.w th pmbUtf, FORDSVILLE. Sample copy win km aant n raqyaai , Ohio County Court Clerk's page X. T. D. 7. Hartford, Ky. Ch'm'n. Board W. R. Jones. POPULAR MECHANICS MAGAZINE ollico. 9 NmichiKan Avanua. chicaoo Representing Continental next morning they were all found Clerk 011a Cobb. Farm Iiurcau In livery County. Tho purchaser will bo required to aMBHBMBHBaaBaBBBHBaaaBl enMarble & Granite Co. Will you please be kind execute bond with approved security Polico Judges C. P. Kessinger. "While (.everul States liavo county dead. & 'Marshal Grant Pollard. agents in every county, to Iowa be- ough to let mo know what you think immediately aftor salo. This March 12th. 1918. longs tho distinction of being tho tlm of it? Will too much salt kill chick OTTO C. MARTIN. OFI'ICIAL school calendar. Master Commissioner. State to organlzo a farm bureau in ens?" 37CJ to Fowls aro very susceptible County Board of Education. each county, according to Information AN3 CURE THE LUNGS MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. reaching the United States Depart- poisoning by common salt, as E. S. Howard, S. S. O. C of an ounco of salt por ment of Agriculture. Div. No. 1 J. M. Hoover, HartOhio Circuit Court. WITH Tho farm bureau is a voluntary pounds of Hvo weight Is sulllclent to G. W. Embry, et al., Pl'ffs. ford, Ky. local organization of farmers for co- kill. It is very dangerous to allow Vs Notice of Salo. Dlv. No. W. Duff, Fordsvllle, fowls access to plcklo brine of any P. U. Alford. et nl., Defts. operation with the United States Ky. By virtue of an order of salo dinnd tho State sort particularly that used for salt Div. No. II. Li. Carter, Narrows, rected to mo from tho Ohio Circuit agricultural colleges in extension fish. Court at Its November torm, 1917, Ric$?oa FOR . uoiue rreet5 work, it outlines and carries out a Balze--Ot-- II. In the nbovo styled action, I will ofO. Autry, Dlv. No. trial rvL,tvc outcry to the AMD ALL THflOAT AND LUNG TROUniES. definite program of agricultural im- Prepare Xmv Kor Homo Canning fer for sale at public Ky. highest and best bidder at tho Court Work. Kbsentially it is a champrovement. Dlv. No. II. Stevons, Beav- eUAKANTEED SATISFACTORY! Houso door In Hartford, Ky., on MonCollect all used Jars. OR MONEY REFUNDED. ber of agriculture, corresponding In Dam, Ky. day, thu 1st day of April, 1918, at city Kxanilno each carefully. many of Its functions with tho , Dlv. No. C Nat Llndley, Centcr- about tho hour of ono o'clock p. Discard all defective containers and upon a credit of six and twelve town, Ky. chamber of commerce. It has been months tho following described propf rot want to faceted developed as tho answer to tho need damuged tops. Time of Meeting 1st Mouday in A FJnlirt you man kdw erty, ( Clean all useable jars and store s4 ladwof the county agent for an offectivo Monday in April; 1st what la new In buslntuad scltnca.A parcel of land in Ohio county, February; let amotion . trr. tops in placo. organization to extend tho extension with Kentucky, and on tho head waters Monday in Juno; 1st Monday in AuCtolmtMUMratintentMiviacBMk mmii Order any additional jars needed of Cow Creek, beginning at a rock gust; 1st Monday in October; work effectively over tho county. 1st One of tho important features of and lay In a supply of now rubber and two chestnuts in L. W. Leach's Monday in December. lino; thenco eastward about 200 PROCURED AND OirttiVZO.' "nodtj. I County Board of Examiners E. S. farm bureaus, especially at tho pres- - rings. yards to a walnut in the head ot a fr tarutt J1UW lo IHrtaui iwmm, nmum UMWMmI CvprrULUL VU., IN ALL COUNTRIES. Make sure that tho clean wash drain; thonco southeastwardly about Howard, Mrs. I. S. Mason, Mrs. O, W. cat time, is to assist county agents & Best tatarwtinf u4 DMfn kwute, mi BmXiuit liritl ultJk Waikhigto tain limt, in federal agricultural forces for tho boiler or other largo vessel that you 3G0 yards to a whlto oak; thenco in Duff. ftlM kl(st bsmmt'I worth. Btwt ami wuniy aaitejmuffauai. tho same direction to T. Ilayno's line, will use for your bath aro Mint and tilrlnpinint Prattle Euluilrtly. SOt ArtklM S0O PIcHwm 3an. 25 and 26 Common School uationul defense. i lU or eom to us at near (1. W. Embry's corner; thenco Diploma Examination. New York ha3 nearly completed its free from leaks. Kxamlno and test S. 10, W. to dead white oak and rock; Uiktk atms, sw Varto4 ItaUs Ttm oaet, I waawNOTON. p. c. May 10 and 11 Common School uttsuWas usaurepWiM, fiihatnrfc tad list ot farm bureaus; and a number of pressure or other bpecfal canning thence N. 85 W. 1C0 poles to a whlto U fermlac, aa4 UaucaliMrr. apparatus if you have it. behind. oak and rock; thenco N. 15 B. to tho Diploma Examination. other States are not far ""7 HrwtoSBiifltMnnlMMSw. This being a part of B. if you use a wash boiler or largo beginning. May 17 ond 18 County Teachers' tooth, locludini rcfrlrcrtiton, aUrf tmum, doceasod, homo tract, runltun, antoatoeil ia TBur, oto. pail provide a false bottom ot slats or II. Alford's,P. L. Alford by the heirs Examination (white). Too Much Halt Kills Fouls. deeded to May 24 and 25 County Teachers' A typical examplo of accidental bent wlro. Strong wire trays with of tho said deceased, July 26th. 1902, IB CmU a Copy fl.KO Yar poisoning by salt has been described long upright handles mako good falbo recorded In deed book No. 20, pago Examination (colored). olllco. QOOO Juno 22 and 23 County and State by a correspondent pf tho Bureau of! bottoms and enable tho housewife to III, Ohio Cuonty Clerk's at a tract Also groups of hot Jars from the stono atunnther corner;beginning N. 15 Teachers' Examination (white). Animal Industry in a letter reading .lift out tliefico Beal's water bath. Juno 28 and 29 County and State us follows: E. with P, L. Alford's lino to a sweet Secured or Your Money Back Jars and a wash boiler, boiling gum nnd iron wood nt L. W. l.euch's Teachors' Examination (colored). "A cake was made at homo and by von taka tbo Draupbou Traluini;, tbo Sept. 20 and 21 County and State was usod iiutead of water and frosh products uro all you cornor In a branch; thonco up said nilstuko salt v... tralDlnir that liuklnuu inn lmlnru branch to Samuul Koown's corner in 011 oh Tbo Republican (or Flue can take it a I college or '; mi (I. Wrlto tu-Wo fod tho cako to a pon noed to can almost any fruit or vego-o- f Beal's lino; thonco with said lino to Teachers' Examination (white). hugar. I'UACTICAI, VUSIMH COLtEGK Sept. 27 and 28 County and State jTob Frintinfc I'adocali, Kx, uluo pullets eight months old. Tho'tablo successfully. the beginning, containing 70 acres FOOD MORE NEEDED I GERMINAL REMEDY ,W1nJimmimW unrg..iv itifi to-da- for one hw T' si MONTH ph to-da- ' Ul,n DR. J. H.THORPE to-wl- 0000000000000000000 0000000000000000000 m a n, B T t much-advertis- ed S0,-00- NEW 40 Children, Cry C ASTO R A HOMECARDUI 111 to-wl- of I ! le.-ss- iBEJPR EPARED -- n. -th At to-wi- t: Met-calf- POPUIMAffiCHANICS ALAGAZINB HK--TJ- T1 IS' 1 Farm Department , KILLthb COUGH th 20. -- Get on the Firing Line mm lHmmrj kw tfP" cs i ls 111 to-w- lt: Popular Science .Montmy - hot-wat- er t J F OSITIO'N f " -- '.w44',, I poso of avoiding tho ponalty. Ho is then near tho kingdom. It is har- 300 HORSES LOST mony with God when ono docs right, BY GERMAN POISON not for selfish reasons, but froM tho R. V. genulno desire to plcaso Him. Mnn AN may ho unnblo to right nil his wrongs, but his willingness nnd dcslro to do Government Loses Artillery Note ThlB.Bliort allegory, written for nil. HSowevcr, furthor action )y no, Is genulno repentance FollowHorses at Covington iv n uni.iinr.lJq Intnmlod to oxnrcRS tho council Is necessary to Insuro man ing Faith to tho throno of Graco and . . .a .1 spoar- - submitting himself to tho will of ...!...... WUat 1110 writer .t.It urn luiiiiuiiiuu- - everlasting llfo," contlnuod tho uiiiikh Plotters' Work. tal truths, based upon certain, well cr. "Tho freed from tho chains of Itopontanco, man has dono all ho can exposed do, and answered tho summons to tho first death, man stands known passages of scripture. to tho danger of a second death. If 'come unto mo." Graco then records Covington, Ky Manm 17 (by A. Thoro was n great Council organiz- after blng freed from tho hondago of his namo In tho Hook of Life. Man's P.) A crowd estimated at 10,000 ed In hoavon. It was about tho tlmo death, ho should again fall away, It receiving tho inspiration of Hopo, which Included men, women nnd chilof tho world. would bo Imposslhlo to renew his having conio to tho knowlcdgo of dren hero this afternoon, participatof tho foundation Thoso presont andy becoming mcmlicrs llfo ngaln, since that would bo to tho atonement, Is indeed n new ed In n rcmarknhlo domonstrntlon of High In Ideals of homelUennd cWc life. lavish In the amount of readtnsr Ho goes his wny rejoicing. pntrlotlc protest against of tho council wero Power, Justice), crucify the Sou of God atrctih. In crenturo. what is bemi u uw. aiic duvtt iwr an nanai, me tteu irom an sources A meet- order to protect man against a second Thus begins that spiritual union of lieved to bo Wisdom, Lovo and Mercy. propaganda 12 Great Serials or Group Storiei for 1918 then 250 Shorter Stories ing of tho council was held In which death tho cvcrlnstlng death It Is God nnd mnn, which height nor In Covington as exemplified by tho Rare articles by noted authorities. "The best Editorial Page in the thoro was u report of tho work per essential that ho shall got Into bar- - depth, principalities not; power, nor poisoning of 500 to 726 Government country." Current Events, Nature and Science, Family Page, Boys' Page, Girls Page, Children's TaRe, Doctor's Corner, Things to Make, Money by the various members, moiiy with us and remain In harmony. any other crenturo shall be able to artillery horses shipped from Camp formed to Save, Games and Sports to Play, Companion Receipts. 52 Issues, $2.00. Tower had labored six days In his 'To get him Into harmony, It Is ncces- separate. Tho report of tho Notifi- Grant, 111., for an Atlantic seaport. Tho heavens de- snry for the council to notify man of cation Committee wns ncccptcd ns work of creation. Ten thousand others wero unablo clared his glory and tho firmament tho atonement. When it becomes tho proper method to bo employed by to get near tho field outside tho Tho sixth known unto him what a great favor the committee nnd it wns instructed Covington stockynrds, wherein lay ahowetb his handiwork. America's Fashion Authority for millions of women. What to wear how to make it how to save. 12 splendid numbers full of Fashions and more day ended with tho creation of inun, we havo bestowed upon him bo can- to continuo tho work. Meeting nd- - the carcasses of hundreds of animals suggestions. 75 cents per year. tho crowning work of Power. Jus-tlc- o not help appreciating It nnd will lovo Journcd. and tho steady diminishing number CtA S"ue ?f everything that will delight all Fifth meeting of the council. After of survivors of tho poison plot. gavo unto man a law. Ono us because wo llrst loved him. To ages, the Beit Stories, the Latest Styles, nnd good.. Tho comu Into this knowledge, that a sav- roll cnll Instructions wero issued to vhlch was holy Just Emotions of tho throng had been pertho Notification Committee. Grace aroused to n high pitch of patriotic Sed $2.25 to the publishers of the paper in which this Offer appears and get fulfillment of that Inw would render ior lived and died, realizing, a 1. THE YOUTH'S COMPANION for 52 weeks. FOR man a holy bolng, and pleasing In sonal favor bestowed by tho God of will Impart the message of Hopo to fervor when interruption from n mnn ii ui uiier u io new vouirrs companion subscribers only.) sight of his creator. Lovo ex- Lovo, changes man's affections and as many as conio unto him, even to giving tho namo of Richard Schmidt, 2. Trie romtMninn Hnmii ll,n,1 ( 1Q1Q tho 3. McCALL'S MAGAZINE every month for l'year. tended unto man, Ills nlfectlons and desires so decidedly that lie becomes thoso who call upon his name. He 23 years old, nearly, brought about urn lovo tor God, shall invite all tho ends of tho earth TUB TOOTH'S COMPANION, BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS admonished tho council to provide a new crenturo. his lynching. ,As It was he was seWisdom reciprocated from tho realization of to pnrtnko of the freo salvation. verely beaten before police locked amply for his happiness. InNono of thoso who conio unto him him up. commented upon tho labors of Power, so great a salvation, will get him to harmony so that ho will conform shall bo cast out. Whosoever will Justlco nnd Lovo, Informing tho The mass meeting was held under council that their work, noblo as It Ills will to our will, thereby allowing let him tuko the wator of llfo freely. the auspfcecs of the Citizens' Patriotwas, was threatened with destruc- tho seed of everlasting llfo to germi- Klcctlon will call upon every man ic League of Covington. The meeting tion. Ho explained bow man, endow- nate." Mercy and Lovo discussed whom Jehovah has foreknown that decided to send a memorial to Coned with n freo will, would becomo a tho subject and favored the adoption they may be conformed to the imago gress calling upon tho congressional victim of enticing Influences of tho of every step necessary for mnn's of his son. The testimony must reach law makers to ennct n law interning uneiny, Satan, and would break tho welfare. Tho council then passed every man in duo time, that every every alien enemy within the borders Succeed when everything else fails. law Instituted by Justlco. Then man a resolution to notify man of the knee may bow and every tongue con- of the United States and making McCALL PATTERNS In nervous prostration and female i Celebrated (or style, perfect fit. ilmnllcitv would bo nt enmity with God nnd It atonement. Tho Angel Hope, as fess, for thero is no respect of per- more stringent the laws governing all 1 reliability nearly 40 years. Sold in nearly terr cityorand town In the United Sutea anj would bo impossible to plcaso him. Chairman, and the Angels, Election sons with God. After your work is seditious nnd traitorous nets. I remedy, at thousands have testified. Canada, by mail direct. More aold thaa any other make. Serul for free catatonia. Mercy, sorely grloved at tho thought nnd Graco wero appointed as th Noti- finished, when every creaturo In FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND The investigation of tho poisoning suggested fication Committee, and ordered to heaven and on tho earth, and such as of tho horses is being conducted by I 'MCCALL'S MAGAZINE STOMACH TROUBLE of man being at enmity, t More aubicribera than any other faihioa the magazine million a month. Invaluable. Lat- that the council devise a plan for report at next meeting. Meeting arc in tho sea and those under the Federal agents, and It Is said that ja it is over best medicine ever sold a druggist's counter. est styles, patterns, dressmaking, millinery, open dis- adjourned. An earth (the dead), shall be singing several persons are under suspicion man's redemption. plain aewingr, fancy needlework, halrdressrai;. etiquette, food stories, etc Only CO centsFourth meeting of tho council. praises unto him, who slteth upon the of having placed poison in the drinkcussion followed, In which all tho W year (worth double), including a free pattern, members took part. Justice, who Called to order. Koll call showed throne, then shall it come to pass ing water given tho horses on their f Subscribe tuday, or send for sample copy. WONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS cannot look upon sin with the least all members and attendant angels that there shall bo a new heaven and arrival in Covington. I t to Agents. Postal brings premium catalog Call for report of Notifica- a new earth. Tho council next took legreo of allowance, urgucd firmly present. j and new cash prise offers. Address There were numerous speakers and Hccux co.. m i iu w. ink st new Taw penalty of tion Committee. Power was assigned tho duty of ns tho men on the platform asked Tho Angel Hope for the Infliction of the tho transgression of tho law, which reported that ho had delivered tho creating tho new earth, making tho tho crowd what was to be done about message, confided to htm, regarding deserts blossom ns tho roso and ex- the recent outrages In Covington tho Mercy protested vehementIk death. ly, saying that he could have no the atonement, to mnn. His com- tending the garden of Eden to mass chorused hack: "Find the guilty pleasure In tho death of man. The mittee associates, Grace and Klcctlon, cover the whole earth. Wisdom was ones and lynch them." tmo Drociuii uvftput? other members, noting tho opposite were sent Into tho world to perform to Impart tho knowledgo of tho Law A resolution proposed by the Rev. Dissolved in water for douche stop Mercy, separnto functions of tho work, but that tho world might bo us full of I. C. Hunt wns unanimously adopted. pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflamviews taken by Justlco and mation.- Recommended by Lydia E. with his glory ns waters that cover tho The Rev. Mr. Hunt proposed that bought for n compromise adjustment tho work of each Pinkham Med. Co. for ten years. Fifty-fiv- e typewriters. Lesof tho question, whereby both Mercy tho other. Their work Is In no wise sea. Justice assumed tho work of Congress be petitioned by tho peo-pl- o A healing vronder for nasal catarrh, might Join In agreement. opposite It Is team work, each help- carrying out God's will on earth as mid Justlco ions explained by Moving Picore throat and sore eyes. Economical. of Covington to interne every clearuina and ormirlA mwr ture machine. Seven big Do- -' It was decided to rofcr tho matter of ing the other. Grace has established It Is In heaven. Love wiped away all alien enemy citizen until after the I Has extraordinary,50c all dmipsa. of rx.pakl by I Freo. Strati The partments Shorthand, BookPaxtonToJrt Company. Boalon.Maas. 1 plan of redemption to tho his throne wherever sin nboundo, and tears nnd there shall bo surcease war. At a late hour adopting a more VmaJ. Wisdom then inform- calls upon men overywhero to come from Borrow, neither crying, sickness than 500 of tho shipment of 727 keeping, Telegraphy, Stenotypy, next meeting. Music, Primary Normal. ExKlcctlon nor death. Mercy rejoiced at the horses had succumbed to tho mysteried tho council that In tho eyes of tho unto him nnd bo saved. throng nnd nil tho ous poison or disease. The loss in pert teachers. Modern equiplaw there would no flesh Justified. goes out after man and brings him to innumerable ment. Position assured. Pecauso of tho first man's dlsobedi-onc- o tho throno of Grace. Klcctlon docs praises from tho mighty hosts of men round figures so far runs slightly not forco man against his will, but and angels wero unto him, who is over $150,000. Write tor catalogue. all men thru Inheritance, sinners. Thero Is not ono explains to him tho necessity of ac- high above principalities nnd powers. righteous, no not one. Justlco de- cepting tho mercies of Grace, and The Lion of the trlbo of Juden, the Daviess Co. Bus. College clared that tho sentance or death was brings him to the throno through his Uoot nnd the Offspring of David, the Is the solicitor; Ilright and Morning Stnr, Tho Rose passed, and tho soul that slnncth will. Klcctlon Incorporated For Infants and Children OWENSBORO, KX. shall dio. So coniiumnallo.. of death Graco tho benefactor. Tho ono of Sharon, Tho Lilly of tho Vnlley, was passed upon ull men. Meeting causes man to seek for salvation; tho Tho Resurrection nnd the Life, Tho In Use For Over Years other applies the blessing. Grace Way. Tho Truth and the Life, Always bears adjourned. Llesses those only who coino uutohtm; Alpha and Omega, The Good Slici-herSecond meeting of the council. the The true Vine, Tho Only Begot- Signature of Called together by Jehovah, who Klcctlon sends those, who arc blessed, ten Son, Who wns wounded. for our Cardui, the woman's workcth all thing according to tho unto Grace. So they are Fetro-Men- ta Relives Files will. Each mem- In the delivering tho messago of Hope transgression. Whoso blood cleanse'.1.! tonic, helped Mrs. Wilcounsel of his own No matter how stubborn the YEGGS GET 910,000. The unto men. Klcctlon reported to the us from nil unrighteousness. liam Eversole, of Hazel ber of tho council being an nttributo case may be Petro-Ment- a will Tho Patch, Ky. Read what of Jehovah's will., It was necessary to council tho work of his assistants, us from nil inrigliteousnoss. bring relief. A trial will convince Ringgold, Ga., March. Bloodproviding for the she writes: "I had a lovlso a plan whoreby tho works of Conscience, Experience, Reason, Faith, council, after you. For sale by Ohio County of all things, unites in har- hounds plnced on tho trnll of tho general breaking-dow- n Power should not bo in vain, and and Hopcntence. Tho Angel ConDrug Co. Price 25c. throng, cracksmen who blow tho snfo of tho of my health. I was in ono in which tho wish of both Justlco science, is mnn's nccuscr nnd teaches mony with the ransoiv.fd Bank of Ringgold some timo last bed for weeks, unable to Noth- man his guiltiness in violating tho and crowns Him Lord of all and Mercy would bo gratified. night and made away with nearly get up. I had such a SGT. T. W. WILLIAMSON. ing being impossible with Johovah, law. Thru Conscience, man realizes $10,000, trailed to tho town of Hunts-vlll- e, weakness and dizziness, ' provido that his condemnation Is Just and Co. A, Seventh Inft. he directed that tho council 10 miles away, where it was . . , and the pains were USELIV-VER-LA- X ransom a full price to meet the that tho blessing of Grace, is not hen very severe. A friend found that ono of tho suspects had freeing causo of any good works which ho PLOT TO DYNAMITE demands of Justlco, thoreby told me I had tried everyn train for Chattanooga. SHIPYARDS IS CHARGED beared man from tho penalty of tho law, may do, nor becauso of faith, nor hething else, why not For Bonio days a stranger, spcnklng causo of anything so fnr as man is mooting tho demand of Mercy. Tho Cardui?.. . I did, and It is simply n freo gift. bo ono, capable In all conccrnd. Chester, Pa March 16. Tho with n foreign accent, had been hangransom must soon saw it was helping cannot bo obtained by blowing up of tho government ship- ing around Ringgold nnd it Is tho respects, to exchange for man. It Salvation me . . . After 12 bottles, theory of tho officers that ho is tho must bo a second man, ono of flesh works for man's righteousness Is building plnnt at Hog Island was pre I am strong and well." Tracks of two men woro rags. It Is tho gift of God. dicted by two men arrested at tho cracksman. and blood and bound by tho snmo law filthy followed by the hounds, but no desof Justlco. ono who will fulfill that Experience has shown mnn that all yurd of tho Sun Shipbuilding Com- : TAKE cription has been obtained of tho law having no sin of his own to ac- things human end In failure. Every piny here, according to James Flcxen, A count for, who Is willing to take upon thought and every net of mnn con- chief of guards at tho latter plant. second criminal. Tho safo blowors literally cleaned Feci right all tho time. Don't lay ofi himself tho wholo burden of tho tributes, in n wny, to tho strugglo for Ono of tho men, both of whom wero from work for days by taking calomel pay tho ponalty exlstnnce, only to reach humiliating taken Into custody yestordny, Kloxen out tho bank, not even leaving a llrst mnn's sin, and keeps yotf when pleasant Lio- - Ver-La- x copper penny, and a considerable of tho sln.tn order that .tho first mnn defeat In death. Thru Experience says, declared ho had drawn plans for on your feet, while relieving your troulx Tho Idea man has learned that ovory known a uonslnknblo submarine which ho part of tho booty was in silver coin. le. Safer too, and cosy to take. Don't might escape tho ponalty. Officers In Chattanooga havo been take anything else. You can't afToru of providing a ransom mot with ap- road traveled by men seeking happi- had asked u Gorman sclety to smugit. Eliminates poisons, cleanses sys notified and aro now combing that proval. Lovo endorsed tho plan, and ness, has failed to lead him to tho gle to Gormuny. tern and relieves constipation. A nathaving so great an affection for man, gonl. Thoro is no permanent happi"Roth these men nro Gorman city for tho safo blowers. ural remedy, natural in its actions, surd own ness in n world whoro sin abounds. spies," snld Flexen. "Stanloy Lock-avlt- z, In its effect and certain in results. It whllo yet a Blnner, offered his Tonic won't bo long before Lio- - VoLax will ono of tho prisoners, told ono son as tho ransom. Justlco, only Tho Angel Iteason, has shown man -- C ." completely displaco calomel in ever) s demanding tho fulfillment of tho law, tho advlslblllty of getting into touch of my men posing as a workman that Do you feel weak, dizhornet Children can tako it freely an .. with perfect cafety. Every bottle guar-antcefound no fault with tho plan. Mercy with' his Creator, tho only way to find ho nnd Martin Pushkoski, tho other to Tsfc TlK TJT. ISW . tk . "'"" MC'S worn-out- ? zy, Is your 60c and $1 in bottles. Non r Thru suspect, woro Germans posing as Rusbolng enabled thru tho plan to ho tho rond leading to happiness. genuino without tho likeness and signtv lack of good health caused of sinners, Iteason mnn realizes that it does not sians. Locknvltz said tho Hog Island both Just nnd tho Justtflor turo of L. K. Grigsby. For salo by from any of the comoxpressod gladness and promised to profit lilm to gain tho wholo world plant was to bo blown up boforo an w HAitforA S i. H. WILLIAMS. plaints so common to abundantly pardon. Tho plan of re- and then loso his own soul. Tho nouncomont of tho discovery of 275 demption, by providing a ransom wns Angel Faith, finding man willing to pounds of tho dyuamlto In tho yards women? Then why not unanimously adopted by tho council. bo holpcd, personally conducts him was mndo In Washington. Lockavltz give Cardui a trial? It We Knock the Spots Out of Thing. TIiub tho Son of God became the to Graco. Faith is therefore abso- also said ho had drawn tho subniarluo should surely do for you of lutely necessary In tho work of got-tln- g plans. lamb Blaln from tho foundation what it has done for so man into hurniony, which has "I am convinced both prisoners nro tho world. Mooting adjourned. many thousands of other council. to ho done to insure everlasting Gorman spies working in closo coTheir mooting of tho women who suffered it Open discussion on tho subject of tho life. Thoro will bo no sinners In operation with tho German governshould help you back to atonement, Wisdom addressed tho heaven. After reaching the throne, ment. They lived In Camden, N. J." For the Treatment of French Dry Cleaned and PreM4,ia I health. council showing tho completeness of tho Angol Itopontanco, Tuberculosis Superior Manner. tho work of redemption.' "Thru ono with Faith, shows man tho folly of FREAKS FIIOSI CHANCE SEEDS. Maintained by the LouisAsk some lady friend ville dlBobodionco all men becamo sin and Its wickednoss, making man Bend us your GarmenU and Mavf man's who has taken Cardui. for the adequate Many of tho world's bost fruits and slnnors. So thru tho obodionco of sorrowful nt heart. After conversing rhem She wL'J tell you how it treatment of tuberculosis In P. M. ono all moil becomo partakors of tho with Repentcnce, man wishes ho hud plants woro chanco seedlings. all Its stages at leu than coil. helped her. Try Cardui. Kates $12.50 per week, includfreo gift and nro freo from tho ponal- never Binned, not becauso of having Gideon sowed a bushol of apple seeds CLEANED CLHAN ing board, medical attention, Hecauso of tho to suffer its ponalty, but becauso ho and one seed produced the Wealthy ty of tho first death. laundry, etc. High ground Packages called (or and uellver4 atonomont all men shall bo made has wronged his Creator and his apple. D. B. Weir sowed 1,000,000 All commanding extensive view. allvo, all who nro In their graves follow moil. Ho Is nt that moment seeds of soft mnplo, and ono sood proDelightful surroundings. THE ELTE PRESSING CLUI Send (or Descriptive Booklet 1. 17 maplo. shall conio forth, for his doath is n willing to do anything in his power duced Weir's DR. O. O. MILLER propitiation for tho sins of tho wholo to right nil tho wrongs ho has done Phyalclan In Chart A. Iva Nail, Prop. Call on Tho Hartford Republican world. Ho gave his llfo as a raiiBom simply from a souse of doslring to do STATION E LOUISVILLE, KV. by right, not front - for Flue Job Printing. tho solflsh purIIAKTFOIID, KENXUCJCX, for nil. However, further action nunc THE COUNCIL ALI.EGO Biggest Beading for your Family Value TheYouiKs Companion McCalls Magazine $2.25 (ALL S"! Electric Bitters f - Every Woman Wants m 1 1 II ht CASTOR IA 30 d, m&gk Helps Sick Women For Lazy Liver and the Troubles oi Constipation. i CARDUI The Woman's xi&jj-r- V-- w tm m s:: JL. 1 &&& Hazelwood Sanatorium Ladies' and Men's Garments Druggists cut-leaf- win j UKAVKIl DAM. Mr. Joo Ucld Is very low of pneumonia. Mrs. II. T. Taylor spent Saturday night nnd Sunday with relatives In Central City. Mcsdnmcs. Lallongcr and Travis returned Saturday from Louisville, whoro they had spent the winter. Mrs. Harvo Williams has bought tho Albert Leach property on Main street, nnd will movo into It. of Hnttles-burMr. Eugene Taylor, Miss, Is at home for a few days nnd Is looking fine. Mr. Owen Johnson, of near Heaver Dam, died In Hazelwood Sanitarium, Louisville, Monday, nnd his body was brought homo for burlnl. He was tho third son of Mr. Dave Johnson to dlo within the last two years. Mrs. Tartar, wlfo of Prof. Tartar, tormer principal of tho High School hero, who has been In n hospital for tho past several months, has returned home. Mr. Leo Hrown's residence, near here, burned Monday. Very little of tho household goods was saved, Mr. OIney Richardson, who is attending Stato University at Lexington, Is nt home on account of the illness of his brother, who is very low of pneumonia. The Ideal Theater will put on the great show, "The Whip," Saturday night. g, visited Mrs. Emma Fulkerson last Sunday. Miss Loulso Miller, of Powdcrly, has returned homo after spending several days with her slstor, Mrs. Mablo Evcrly. Mrs. P. T. Wood and daughter, Miss Athyl visited her brother, Mr. I. It. Hunter, of Equality recently. Mr. Laytou Maddox, of, Matnnza, has returned home aftor spending several weeks with his grandmother, Mrs. W. D. Uarnard. II11AVY KINK AND SKNTKNCK IMPOSED ON KOKMKU SIIKKIKK Our Boys Over the Top THAT'S GOOD NEWS! The Products of the Kentucky Farmers Brought 154 Millions More in 1917 than. 1916. MAGAN. The farmers of this community aro taking advantage of the lino weather In preparing for their crops. Mr. Willie Muffett has accepted a position in tho store of Mosley & Midkiff. Mr. J. H. Helton and daughter, Ova, are on the sick list. Mrs. Thomas Miller has appendicitis. Miss Ethel Muffett is answering calls at tho telephone exchange this week. Miss Edna Brown will take ;' her place next week. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Daughn spent Saturday night with Mrs. Daughn's brother, Mr. C. D. Westerfleld, near Bells Run. Mr. L. C. Canary and daughter, Irene, attended church at Providence Sunday. nm- - I fi CENTKKTOWX. Rev. J. J. Willet filled his regular appointment here Saturday night and Sunday. Dr. and Mrs S. M. Crowe went to Owensboro Monday. Mr. Leo Mason and daughter, Uessle, spent from Sunday until Wednesday in Louisville. Misses Margaret Benton and Agnes Duncan spent Saturday night with Miss Ida Matthews. Miss Georgia Rowe returned Saturday from an extended visit to her bister in Evansvllle. Miss Grace Uhoades and Mrs. O. M. Bishop went to Owensboro Monday. Miss Mary Render Is tho guest of her bister Mrs. Alvin Rowe. ) Mrs. Lillle Ililbro was the guest of Mrs. W. E. Ashhy Monday. Misses Flossie Mason and Nellie Goodaul spent Sunday with Mrs. Rollie Ashby. went to Prof. J. C. Lawrence Owensboro Tuesday. School closed here Monday after of eight a very successful term months, KOK SALE. Ono bedstead, springs, and dresser. MRS. OLLIE Hartford Ky. Calhoun, Ky., March. W. A. Shackelford, formerly sheriff of McLean county, and J. E. Cowglll, a prominent citizen, were today convicted before the Jury and Judge Slack In circuit court of Interfering with tho carrying out of Justice. Shackelford was lined $429 and costs and sentenced to 4S days In Jail, and Cowglll was fined $221 and sentenced to 2.1 days in Jail. Tho Indictments against Shakcl-for- d and Cowglll were returned at the last term of court. They grow out of the trial against Mans Gibson who was charged with the killing of Arthur Hayden, who later was convicted and Is now serving a term In the Eddyville penitentiary. Tho indictment against Shackelford charged that after the case of Gibson had been .submitted to tho Jury for final consideration, and while the Jury was In the custody of Deputy Sheriff James Glenn, and was locked up In the room at the Capitol hotel for tho night, he went to the hotel and procured the presence of J. E. Cowglll, one of the Jurors, and after taking him out In tho hall and holding a conference, tho mind of Cow-gi- ll had been changed during the night from returning a verdict of guilty to that of Innocent. The Jury failed to agree on a verdict at this term, and wero discharged, and the prosecution continued until tho last term, when it was concluded, resulting In Gibson's being declared guilty and sentenced to tho penitentiary. On the trial Shakelford admitted that he did have a conversation with Cowglll, but that It was for tho purpose of giving him a drink of liquor, and with no intention of Interfering with iu,Uco. Shakelford was represented by Joe Miller and Dick Alexander, while the prosecution was 'represented by tho county attorney and Commonwealth's Attorney Smith. CORN KOI! SALE. 200 bushels mixed shelled corn, 3 THAT SOUNDS GOOD! inn THE present high prices of merchandise don't look so bad when compared with the increased earning power of both farmer and miner. By persistent and unrelentless efforts we have assembled a big stock of good, reliable, standard grades of every-da- y merchandise that our customers can afford to buy to fully meet their demands for at least a year ahead. We already see the reflection of much higher prices for fall, and on higher and higher they will go as long as this war of liberty lasts. It may be one; it may be two; or even three years more is not impossible. We have always felt that money would buy any time the things we need, but that is not the case now. Scarcity is looming up along every line. Shipping is slow, and sometimes delayed indefinitely. All our customers who want to come ahead of the game should load up on staple every-da- y necessities now and save the difference between present prices and those that are just ahead. m We Will Haye No Formal Opening This Season This is no time for formalities. Business; close, clean business, is an absolute 8 necessity now, both for us and our customers. Our interests are mutual and we are looking closely after both. WE ARE READY FOR YOUR INSPECTION. L Get busy now. Look us over. We will take care of you to the best of our ability. CTa.aiiaiii?lJBJH'.J'J READY-TO-WEAR miles north of Hartford. Price right; terms to suit. Tho colored schools cor.imer.ciment for all the colored schools In the county was held at the courthouse last night. We will publish a full report of It next week. ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. I, tho undersigned administrator of the estate of Milton Black, deceased, will on tho loth day of March, 19 IS, at the farm of Frank Black, near Hartford, Kentuuky, offer .for sale tho following personal property: Two mulea, ono mare, three cows and two calves, ono lot of hogs, lot of farming implements, ono wagon, lot of hay and corn,&c. Said property will be sold on a credit of six months. Purchaser will bo required to execute bond with approved security. This March 7, 1918. U. S. CARSON, Admr. DEPARTMENT. MILLINERY DEPARTMENT. Easter comes early. Don't delay making your selections for Eastertime. This department is overflowing with everything that's new in Millinery. Early buying will be to your advantage. We are anxious to. show you our new hats. We have any price and all the best styles and colors. Suits, Coats, Skirts, Waists, and Dresses, in all the wanted colors, fabrics and styles. We make a and you will be surprisspecialty of Ready-to-Wea- r, ed at the quality and variety you will see here. Come to see us. If we can't fit and please you to your entire satisfaction we don't want you to buy. DRESS GOODS AND SILKS. A great variety in Piece Goods and Silks for Skirts, Waists and Dresses from which any one can be pleased. Styles and colors you haven't seen before. White Goods also in endless variety. TRIMMINGS in harmony with colors and fabrics. Your failure to see our showing is sure to end in regrets. SHOE DEPARTMENT. We are Proud of Our Shoes. We know that QUEEN QUALITY SHOES and SLIPPERS stand for everything that women require in style, workmanship and material. We know that KING QUALITY SHOES and OXFORDS for men rank with the best in the land. BILIKIN SHOES and SLIPPERS for children heads the list as the real thing for the little tots and the growing girls and boys. This is the whole family shoe store. mattrei BARN-ETT, I CALL KOK VOLUNTEERS. Red Cross headquarters is in urg CKItAIiVO. ent need of help. There IS great March 20. Mrs. Ina Barnard, of deal of work to be done, and help Is Rockport, is visiting her parents, Mr. needed at once. Ladles able to and Mrs. W. P. Brown. any time to tho work will please Mrs. Blanche Junes, after spending roport at headquarters this afternoon. a few days In Evansvllle, has re turned home. KKATKRNAL RESOLUTION. Myrl Drown has Miss returned Cromwell Lodgo No. G92, F. & A. homo after spending some tlmo with M., Cromwell, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Brown, of Whereas, tho Death Angel has again visited our ranks and borne MfbS Ethel Dow Robertson, of Pond away our brother, S. P. McKenuoy, Run, visited her aunt, Mrs, Mattlo who died March Gtli, 1918, and was Wood last week. laid to rest In the Green River buryMr. ami Mrs. Cecil Fulkerson who ing grounds, March 6. huve been living at Rockport have Resolved, .First, That In tho death moved back to their farm near here. of Bro. McKcnnoy his family lost a Mrs. Myrtle Ezell and llttlo sou, kind and devoted father; his comof Greenville, visited her grandmoth- munity a respected citizon aud his er, Mrs. I. M. Everly ono day last lodgo a worthy member. week. Resolved, Second, That wo extend Miss Margaret Barnard Is visiting to Bro. McKennoy's family our heart-fu- lt hor Elster, Mrs. Currio IIolllu, of sympathy In this their sad and Rockport gloomy hour, aud whilo wo can do Mr. Finch Balls who baa been sick nothing to fill tho void, may we ask for somo tlmo In no bettor at this that they seek comfort from Him writing. who doeth all things well, aud stands Mrs. W. D. Barnard and daughter, ready at all times to comfort thoso Miss Margaret, liavo returned homo seeking aid of Him. after spending u few days with Mrs. Resolvod, Third. That theso resoJosslo Dennis, of Drakesboro. lutions be spread on our lodgo recMr. John Balls, of Drakesboro ords; a copy bo sent to tho fumlly of spent a few days lust week with his tho deceased brother, and a copy bo brother, Mr. Finch Balls. sent to both county papers for Llttlo Miss Hazel Miles bus returned homo ufter bpoudlug several DR. OSCAR ALLEN, days with relatives In Loulsvlllo. R. C. RAINS, Mrs. Emma Everly and llttlo DELMAR STEWART, daughter, Nora Clarion, of Rockport, Committee. Mc-Ilen- 38tf de-vo- to CLOTHING DEPARTMENT. Men Suits for Young Men, Old Men, Middle-age- d and Boys. All sizes fat or lean. There is a real clothing store in this department. All the new things for young men. WHAT A SATISFACTION TO KNOW need TO WEAR, TO EAT, TO FURNISH YOUR HOME, TO CULTIVATE YOUR CROP, TO COOK YOUR MEALS, TO CARRY YOU TO TOWN AND BACK, TO FENCE YOUR FARM. We have it all and it is all sold on a mutual benefit basis. One price to everybody. No seeking to Hart, Schaffner & Marx All Wool Clothes. Highest grade of tailoring. The most economical suit for men and boys. Boys, we are right here with the goods to deliver. The price is right, the styles are right. Our service is the best. that you can come to this store and get everything you take the advantage, but everything open and above board. We solicit your patronage strictly upon these principles and the merits of our merchandise. E. P. BARNES ($L BRO. Beaver Daon, Kentucky.