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GOVERNOR SIGNS HILLS. be- Eepublkim Subscription $1 per ar. OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Yai HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 29, 1918. THE SHADOW OF THE HUN. It is Easter morning. A christian world gathers In Its temples of worship to greet n risen God. But In overy heart there Is sadness and on overy face a pall. Above the arched domes of tho sanctuaries hang the black and angry clouds of war. About tho pointed spires, that point tho path to heaven, plays tho lightning flash of cannon and tho thunderpeal of battle. Through the open windows g sighs nnd groans of the wounded and the como tho dying from tho distant battle fields. Tho Prince of Peace wo have como to worship Is without a kingdom except In tho hearts of those heart-piercin- No. 39 BRITISH AND HON IN DEATHLY GRIP Germans on The Whole Con tinue Gains, But Blows Lack Punch. BATTLE'S TOLL AWFUL rfuNS WEARING DOWN Kaiser's Stopped, Declares London. Immense Army After six days of terrific fighting, tho German offensive in Franco Is beginning to show signs of losing its The progress of tho enmomentum. emy hns merely Blackened nnil tho form of the dent made in tho allied lino west of Camhral has bcRun to salresemlilo the familiar wedRC-lik- o ient, instead of tho broad, straight forward movement of on offensive which carries all before It. At its apex, this wedge has Rone beyond Albort to tho south of that place and Is to tho westward of the old allied lino as It stood a yoar ago when Von Ulndonburg began his "strategic retreat." From this point tho lino runs off to tho northeast at a gentlo angle, with tho lino to the south runnlnR back until It reaches tho Olsc Ilivcr. In spito of tho tremendous exertions nnd terrible losses, tho German efforts to widen tho Up of this salient were defeated on Tuesday. Tho Iirltlsh lines havo stood firm to the north and havo forced tho Germans to turn southward toward the point or least resistance. Amciii-nForces Aw Eiimigrd. Olliclal statements Issued at London confirm tho roport from Ilcrlln thot American forces nro engaged in tl.l struRRle. They are reported as fighting "shoulder to shoulder" with the French and Iirltlsh In the region of Rye. on tho southern side of the salient driven Into tho allied front. There has been no official report sent to Washington as to the Identity of these troops who nro taking part in this greatest battle In history. With tho slackening of the German pace there came Indications that tho Allies are ready to strike back somewhere along tho front. Just where this blow will bo launched will not bo known until It is struck, but It may bo expected thnt Its impact will bo It Is known the Allied War terrific. Council at Versailles created a great ttrateglc reserve of men to bo used In Just the contingency which confronts tho armies which havo borne tho brunt of the lighting since last Thursday morning. This forco probably will bo launched when and whore It Is, believed It will break tho forco of 10 Gorman onslaught aud Bend tho enemy reeling back over tho desert from which tho Urltlsh hnvo slowly Frankfort. Ky., Mnrch 2C Gov. Stanley has signed tho bill abolishing tho Prison Hoard and Hoard of Control nnd creating In their place a Hoard of Control of flvo members. Tho new board will bo appointed for two years after which four-yea- r terms will prevail. Chairman Hlnes, of the Prison Hoard, probably will be chairman, at $3,G0O n year, and Prison Commissioner Herbert Cnrr and Thomas Hatcher and J. Forest Hutts and John A. Hurton, Demo crat members of tho Hoard of Control, will servo with him. it. A. Cook and Dr. Arch Dixon, Hopubllcnn members of the Hoard of Control, will be dropped. Tho now board mny retain a secretary for the prisons and for tho State hospitals. Tho Governor also signed the bills appropriating $5,000 additional for tho Auditor's department and In creasing tho appropriation for the Confederate Home from $3,500 to $5,00.0 a year. Hl'SV DAY IN COURT. Judgo Cook had a busy day In the who havo come to worship hero. All elso is, accursed chaos. The gates of hell havo opened, nnd tho world Is mad with hate and the lust for blood. In the midst of this appalling deluge of death the strongost heart will scarcely daro to hope that a prayer for peace on earth and good will to men will bo heard by the risen God. Tho servlco opens, but tho minds of all aro upon that mad and cruel conflict on tho fields of France, whero blood and tears mingle with curses and groans of tho mightiest nrmies that ever gathered upon a field of battle. Indeed pious faith has not vanished from the earth, but tho strongest hearts quail before tho mad and mighty conflict of tho armies of nations. It is Easter morn and a christian world kneels to a risen God, but overwhelmed with tho terror of the shadow of the Hun, It kneels with waiting faith and solemn reverence, and silently prays, "Thy will bo done." '. 1 for the Frederick Disinfectant Company, of Atlanta, Ga., flro gallons of disinfectant and flvo gallons of Bug Killer. Tho order was filled with ten gallons of each. Mr. Tlchncor notified the company that ho had refused to recelvo tho stuffed order. A few days later Mr. Tlchenor received a letter from tho company enclosing a check for $3.00, with no other explanation than that the check was being sent at tho suggestion of Mr. Smith. Mr. Tichcnor returned the check with thanks. SUPERVISORS APPOINTED. Judge Cook yesterday appointed the board of supervisors for Ohio county. Under a new law pas3cd by is the Legislature the board now Teuton Losses Estimated At 300,000 in Seven Days Carnage. Amsterdam, Mar. 27. Enormously long ambulance trains aro passing thru Liego and Namur, Belgium, on their way to and other parts of Germany with wounded men from the French battlefront, according to tho Tolegraaf frontieer correspondent. British airmen report German "black with troops." Berlin says British retreating In region of Sommo and that our Is "slowly progressing." Huns officially declare number of prisoners is increasing and booty grows in proportion. London, Mar. 28. The strength of the great German offensive In France apparently- - Is fast diminishing. On the seventh day of the titanic battle there were strong Indi cations that the enemy was feeling; materially the strain he had undergone and that his power had beua greatly impaired thru hard usage. '' While the town of Albert has been captured from tho British and. west of Royo the French have been compelled to give ground in the face oC greatly superior numbers, the Britheavy attacks, ish have repulsed both north and soiith of tho Sommo and also driven back across tho An-c- ro River tho Germans who forded the stream Wednesday. Tho fight- lng still continues of a sanguinary character on all these sectors, but everywhere tho British and French are holding tho enemy. Especially severe has been tho fighting west of Albert, where the Germans, in on endeavor to debouch westward wero repulsed by Field Marshal Halg's men with the heaviest casualties. The British gains between tho Sommo and Ancro regions aro represented by the recapture of the towns of Mornncourt and Chipilly. South of the Sommo they have advanced to Proyart, which lies to tho south of Bray. All along the fifty-mil- e front.from the region of Arras to tho south of the Olso, near Noyon, the effects of what was to havo been the final stroke to end the war in a victory for the Teutons, are only too plainly evident in the redevastation of the countryside and the wreck and ruin of the towns, villages and hamlets thru which the armies have passed. Westward from whero the old battle lino reared itself the Germans everywhere havo pushed forward for matorial gains, but with foes before them who fought with the greatest bravery and stubbornness and ceded no ground unless recompensed at usurious rates in mon killed, wounded or made prisoner. It Is estimated that in the great attacks delivered in mass formation more than 300,-00- 0 of tho nearly million men the Germans throw into the fray are dead, wounded or in the hands of their foes. nts ct-ta- ck : BUCKEYE MOB HOT AFTER PRO-GERMA- WILSON WARNED . NOT TO MEDDLE county court Monday. A bunch of nearly n scoro of young bloods of and Williams Mines were hailed Into court, charged with goneral rowdyism and terrorizing tho good ry made up of one member from each Magisterial district. The following members were appointed: C. I. Maxey, Hartford; O. E. Scott, Beaver Dam; Hosea Shown, Bart-lett- s; J. T. Carter, Rockport; N. B. White, Olaton; W. L. Leach, Rosine; Nat Llndley, Centertown, and E. A. Matthews, Fordsvlllo. The board will meet Tuesday, April 8, to revise the work of tho Assessor. The meeting of the board of supervisors was delayed several weeks on account of the failure of tho Assessor to complete his work within the proper time as required by law. Ohio Kaiserites Made To Congressman Lenroot Asks President To Keep Kiss "Old Glory" Near itizens of McHeury. Only ono of tho Hands Off. Lima. defendents, Oris Goodall, was tried, Milwaukee. Wls.,March 25. Congressman Irvine L. Lenroot, Repub lican candidate for United States sen ator, in a speech at the neighboring called on city of K nosha President iVIlson to keep his hands out of W consln stato politics. Ho said hat as Republicans in Con- gress bad orgotten party to support his war policies, the President should r.ot interfere between loyal Democrats and loyal jpublicans in Wisconsin. according The attempt to get either Lenroot leaders declared here, that the dem- or Joseph Davles, the Democrat sento word received atorial candidate, to withdraw having onstration will be repeated failed thi3 afternoon, both sides unsuspected night until all and for furled their banners have been punished. Harney Llnderman, a wealthy shoe a week the state will rock with a po merchant, was the flrtt taken. After litical battle which, for numbers ena flag had been nailed to the door of gaged, has not been exceeded even In his store ho held the mob at bay with a national campaign. Both sides have brought In orators a revolver from his apartment over place. Police Chief Clork Thomp- and speakers of prominence from the he son Induced him to como to the street country at large.for it is believed that He the eyes of tho nation are watching at the request of the committee. was forced to kiss the flag and salute the progress of event. mm It twice. Ho was told that If the flag DIES. was removed from his store ho would be thrown Into a nearby canal and drowned. Llnderman, reports here John Will Howard, who retired say, had refused to buy Liberty from tho sheriff's office in Butler county tho first of the year, died Sunbonds. Efforts to find" Carl Jettlnger, pub day night, and was burled at Mt. lisher of tho Delphos Herald, woro Vernon burying ground, near Dex- He died of meas futile, but the commltteo nailed a flag terville, Tuesday. Mr. to his door. They charged ho had not les followed by pneumonia. printed matter for the Liberty loan in Howard was one of the best known his paper. Ho Is president of tho and most popular citizens of Butler county. He had served his county Duckcyo Printers' Association. escaped after both as assessor and as sheriff. After Jacob Marx, grocer, being taken from his store. Henry retiring from tho sheriff's office the Schwnrtzengraber, retired merchant, first of January he entered into the was draggen from the lobby of a hotel dry goods business, but recently sold and mndo to kiss and salute tho flag. tho store and retired to his farm near Next door, John Kohlor, wealthy Ger- Dextervillo. . man farmor, was taken from a saloon Make your arrangements go through the public and forced to ht ht IX COUNTY COURT. and he was fined $25.00 and tho trimmings. Tho remaining cat.es aro Lima. O.. March 25. Five business set down for a hearing next Monday, Delphos, a German settloment in all tho cases men of but as tho ovldcnco in Western Allen County near here, is said to bo practically the samo It were accused of is probable tho remaining defendhunted out by a volunteer vigilance ents will attempt settling their cases commltteo of 400 men and 50 women out of court. of the town, taken Into a brllllantly-Ighte- d Wade Geary, of McHenfy, was downtown street and forced to the court charged with petty publicly salute and kiss the American Ho was charged with enterlarceny. flag under pain of being ing tho residence of Will Tomlln, hanged from nearby telephone poles. ' and taking $13.00 from a sowing Three others, also business men, Ho pleaded guilmachlno be-fo- ro drawer. ty, refunded the money to Tomlln and pntd a fine of $25. The big bunch of defendants and ladles, present gave tho court room the appearance of a murder trial in circuit court. - W. J. Graham appointed overseer of Narrows and Dundeo road. Ozna Shults appointed overseer of Hartford and Beaver Dam road. J. E. Miller appointed overseer of Dan and Yeaman road. T. W. Miller appointed administrator of the estate of Pendleton Ward, deceased. Homer Llndley appointed overseer of Ross' Ripple and Livermore road. G. W. Faught appointed administrator of the estate of J. F. Faught, deceased. D. G. Young appointed administrator of the estate of H. J. Young, deceased. Martin Flener appointed guardian of Sigsbee, Eura and Marshal infant children of S. P. McKenney, deceased. Martin Flener appointed administrator of the estate of S. P. McKenney, deceased. WOMAN n WELCOME MOOXSHIXK. The headline of this article Is not a reference to a popular commodity In n prohibition community, but a preludo to a mention of tho fortunate fact that the moonshoue bright In Hartford homes whllo tho light pjant was out of commission for several nights. Tho storm Saturday night burned out the street light system, and for soveral nights Hartford citizens wero dependent upon the light of tho moon. The damago of the storm to the Light company amounted to about fifty dollars. mm GETS FREE RIDE OX A RAIL Benton, 111., March 25. Five hundred members of tho "Loyalty League," of West Frankfort, near here siezed Mrs. Frances Berlate y gen, a woman of Bohemian birth, from municipal officers, rode her on a rail through the main street of the town, and compelled her to wave an American flag throughout the demto-da- onstration. At frequent intervals the proces- KKXTUCKY NEWS. Visitors to Camp Taylor aro now limited to afternoons of Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays. withdrawn. H40.O00 Gorman Troops Engaged. Each succeeding day reveals tho plan of the Gormans absolutely to crush tho allied lines west of Cam-bra- i, a terrain which could not bo defended by Von Hlndenburg a year ago. Each olliclal roport shows that this sector Is valueless from a military Btaudpoint and that tho Germans havo paid a terriblo price for their advance to tho lines established by the Allies during tho first two years of warfare. It is officially reported that seventy German divisions, or 840,000 men, havo taken part In the fighting and that troops havo been moved from every part of tho western the armies to which havo been forcing tho British to fall back. Observers at tho front say that tho German lossoa have been .frightful, and that the enemy has lost from 10 to 20 per cont of bis men, by tho most conservative estimates Tho situation as it Btands soems to bo a repetition of tho dash of Gon. von Kluck on Paris in 1914, when tho German artillery nnd transport could not keep up with tho infantry nnd tho Fronch wero ablo to turn back tho Invaders at tho Marno. Reports ryom various sectors in tho last iwo days have indicated that tho Gorman infantry, rolylng on Its mass attacks, has fought without tho customary assistance of artillery. To bring up 0eavy guns Tequirea tlmo, and the nt Prlvato Mason C. Hvlsey, a soldlor at Camp Taylor, was found nsleop whllo on sentry duty, and given a sentence of threo years lu federal prison. The vigilance committee members, ing and Liberty Loan Rally A new discovery, controlled by according to reports hero Louisville business men, makes It has a list of a score of prominent men here on April 6th. possible to show all colors, including in tho Delphos neighborhood who m delicato shadings, upon tho moving aro charged with LEADKHS OP CHRISTIAN picture screens. Federal agents havo been furnished CHURCH MEET with a copy, it Is said. seventy farm tractors aro In About m Plans for the campaign to raise use by Daviess county farmers. SUDDEX DEATH. approximately $7,000,000 for home and foreign missions and educationIn a letter to tho Lexington LeadMrs. Clay Crowo, of tho Adaburg al work of tho Disciples of Christ in ho will not bo er Ed Morrow declares community, died very suddenly of the United States will be discussed a candidate for United States seny at a conference which will be heart trouble Saturday night. Mrs. ator. Crowo had been in her usual health held at the Frst Christian church, minutes before her death. Fourth and Breckenridgo streets. a Camp Taylor has already sent moro until few years old. Sho was about seventy It is expected that moro than 250 than 20,000 men to France. Her remains were buried in tho Ada- members of tho clergy and laymen W burg cemetery Monday. will attend tho conference. All secCOLLIDED WITH TRAIN. tions of the State will be represented, and prominent churchmen from other WITH PARALYSIS. STRICKEN Eph Duko, of Nelson, Mulenburg States also will attend. Among the county, collided with Illinois Central visit to his daughter, leaders of the Christian activities Whllo on a passenger train No. 131 Monday night present is Mrs. Annio will near Rockport. Duke sustained a Mrs. Lee Hicks, in Hartford last who of be Indianapolis, chairman of broken leg and a number of body wook, Mr. Georgo Martin was stricken Woman's Board of Missions. bruises as a result of tho collision. with paralysis involving his right theDelegates from the faculty and the Tho train wasn't damaged. Tho en- Bide. He has slnco shown signs of body of Transylvania College gineer discovered tho injured man, improvement but is still confined to student College of tho Bible, of Lexa well-kno- and tho and took him in to Itockport, where blB room. Mr. Martin is merchant of Cromwell, and ington, also will attend, arriving in Dr. A. D. Park, the railroad physiu body this morning. cian, set the broken member and was formerly justice of the peace iu his district. bandaged tho bruises. TO-DA- Y to-daAt-wat- demonstration. now for attending the speak sion paused while Mrs. Gergen was compelled to shout praises for President Wilson. The trouble followed a quarrel between the woman and Henry Baker, who charged hor with disloyal utterances. Both were arrested and found guilty of assault. Baker's fine was paid by public subscription and Mrs. Bergen was still in custody when taken away from officers by members of tho "Loyalty League'." Later she was arraigned before a United States commissioner, who ordered her held for the grand jury. Half a dozon other demonstrations against alleged disloyal persons havo occurred recently in tho southeastern section of Illinois, near where West Frankfort is situated. YOUNG HUSBAND DIES. SCHOOL WAR GARDEX. Hartford school will havo a war garden. The school play ground has been broken and ordered, and will be planted to potatoes first, and later a crop of corn, beans, cabbage and etc. After theso are harvested the ground will bo sown to turnips. of an acre in the There is about school grounds, and quite a little sum will bo raised from the vegetables grown and the Junior Red Cross DOLLAR CHECK. will be the beneficiary. This is a THAT THREE For enlightenment of the public commendablo enterprise on tho part of the manner of some corporations of those in charge of the Junior Red may prove in boostlnt business whero the buy-n- g Cross, and wo hope it agent is a county official, spending a profitable venture. the county's money, we report tho FOR SALE. following: Four good work horses. See J. Recently Jailor Tichenor ordered of an agent salesman, a Mr. Smith, E. CURTISS, at once, Hartford, Ky. Mr. Hettle Finch Balls died at his home,, near Ceralvo, Sunday of Tu- Funeral services wore burculosis. conducted Monday by Rev. R. D. Bennett, of Hartford, after which Inter ment was in Equality cemetery. Mr. Balls was a son of Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Balls. He was only twenty ono years old, and bad been married only a few months. Ho leaves a wife but no children. w. I ' i Ono of tho officers wits killed, and tho St. Quentln thrust, and tho next LEAPS FROM although tho other escaped, his para-chubig dovolopmonts aro looked for to DARING HUNS DELIVER was torno by a bullet nnd nov-ercomo from that sector. BURNING BALLOONS of its cords wero cut. Fow men German Report havo bcon nearer death and llTcd to SMASHING BLOW Berlin, March 23 (via London). tell tho talc. Tho ofllclnl statement from General Tho Headquarters this evening says: Intrepid Aviators Drops story ofballoon commander told tho an officer who had gono up "Tho first stage of tho great hattlo alono, and whoso balloon was shotted From Clouds To Save In Greatest Battle Of War in Franco Ls ended. Wo have won whon flyng at 4,000 feet. On theso the engagements near Monchy, CamTheir Lives. British Forced Back occasions It Is dangorous to haul bral, St. Quentln and La Fcro. A j S To 9 Miles. down, for tho position of tho winch Is considerable part of tho Hngllsh army thcroby given away to tho enomy ls beaten. tho Behind British Lines in gunners. At last, however, nftor a "Wo are fighting approximately on TEUTON LOSS HEAVY a lino northeast of Bapaunio, I'e Franco. Leaps for llfo from burn cloud of sharaphel smoko had aping observation balloons when at- peared almost under tho basket and ronne anil Ham." Between Fontaine les Crolsellcs tacked by German airplanes wero no responso enme down ttio totcphono wire to inquiries forces Masses Of Troops Make As- and Moeuvrcs German enemy penetra- described by observers of tho Uritlsh everything was alt as totho whether right, position Koyal Flying Corps to an Associated ground ted Into tho second sault On 50-Minil captured two villages, army head- - Press correspondent when ho visited olllcer gavo tho order to haul down. British one of their camps behind the lines Ten minutes lator tho car touched the nunrtor announced Front. ground nnd tho observer was found counter attacks failed. a few days ago. camps usually are located lying nt tho bottom of tho basket, So far, tho statement announces, Those Assaulting the British Hues on the 2R.O00 prisoners, 400 guns and 300 Just out of range of the howitzer unconscious but unhurt. It was a from which shells, although still well within tho bad case of shell-shoccouth, the Germans have forced their machine guns have been taken. the olllcer was several months In reThe two villages taken on the range of the German way forward over a front approxifront were naval guns which devoto their time covering. miles In lngth, Fountalno - Moeuvrcs mately twenty-on- e A few days ago at a nearby .station and Morchles. (The to shelling the back areas. have penetrated to a depth of four or Is a balloon suddenly caught lire, for and have former village Is about three and one-haA balloon ascent at tho front five miles west of Cambral mites and the latter about two never a light undertaking, and on no apparent reason. The two observreached Ham, west of St.Quentin, a miles behind the former one day recently when the corre ers tried to escape In their paradistance of abut nine miles west of and one-haspondent visited a station In a fairly chutes, but the blazing balloon overtho Uritlsh lines as they stood before British front.) and the Inactive part of tho lino six balloons took them nnd thoy were killed. Gonneulleu Between the Inception of the Teutonic offenOmlgnon stream, tho statement says, In sight of one another. One of tho Theories ns to tho cause of the dissive on Thursday. Tho German claim that the forces the first two enemy positions were German airplanes was downed by aster wero numerous, but tho one most generally accepted was that the of the Centrat Empires are fighting on penetrated and the heights west of lire from tho ground. were a line northeast of Itapaumo, I'eronne Gouzaucourt and VIllers-Fauco- n It was a day when tho visibility balloon had been fired by an electric and Ham has not been substantiated captured. A crossing of the Orse was put down on tho chart as spark from n thunder cloud. The by Uritlsh official dispatches, but the west of Lafere (twelvo miles south "good," but there were many white fact that the wire cable had parted Uritlsh reports show that there has of St. Quentln) was forced by Jaeger clouds In the sky which offered good near the balloon was said to give support to this theory. It was boon a retirement at various points, battalions, it is announced. cover for the German airplanes. especially at St. Quentln, where Field who parting of this cabin wheh wns gen Between the Omlgnon stream and One of the twelve ulllccrs Marshal Halg says, his forces have the Sommc, nfter tho capture of the wero compelled to reach terra firma orally responsible for tho death of the taken up their new positions and are first enemy position tho Germans by the parachute route told the story observers, because It made Impossible heavily engaged with tho enemy. made their way through H'olnan wood of his trip. "We were perched at the towing of tho burning balloon According to a Herlln olllclal dis- and fought across tho heights of Savy 3,500 feet," he sald,"and had been clear of tho parachutes. One of the officers at this station patch, "a considerable part of tho and Itoupy, penetrating Into tho third up only halt an hour when a column Uritlsh army has been beaten," but hostile position. of smoke two miles southward at- was up In a balloon n few days ago South of the Sommc the Germans tracted our notice. 'There goes Num- when it was shelled and tho cable this Is not borne out by any facts so Tho balloon started at far known. That 25,000 men have broke through the hostile lines, adds ber Sixteen," said my observer, and sovered. miles an hour for the possibly been captured by the Teutons the report, and in an uninterrupted we brought our glasses to bear on twenty-fiv- e German linos. Tho olllcer had not may be considered as a natural result forward movement drove the enemy the scene. or the slow British withdrawal on over tho Crozat canal toward the "Two white flecks floating earth- much time to think, hut he threw all various parts of the line. This num- west. ward told us that the two passengers his maps and documents overboard He nnd the Tho announcement says the Ger- of the balloon had got clear In time, and pulled tho ber, however, Is very small in comparison to the forces Halg has thrown mans aro standing before the third ust then two similar specks appeared balloon fell about 1,000 yards from enemy position. It reports that the suddenly from under another balloon, the German Hues. into the fray. The frightful combat continued British have evacuated their positions warning us that the boche was out A Billions Atlnct. in tho bend south of Cambrnl and for a wholesale kllllrg this tt"i all day Saturday. It When you havo n bilious attact Between were pursued by the Germans seemed like a full minute before we Trying To Drive Wc-iIrAllies. through Domicourt, Flesgulere and saw a thin black streak curl up from our liver falls to perform Its function. in your The great German offensive has Ulbecourt. this second ballon, and the volume The food you cator ferments digesting Tills stomach Instead announcement follows: developed as Its salient featuro an The of smoke Increased as the balloon and cause" g apparent desperate effort to break inmomen- inflames tho stomach "Under the command of tho Em- sank, with to the British positions southwest of peror and King the battle of attack tum, down to earth. SI more nausea, vomiting and a terrlblo headSt. Quentln, drive a wedge between against the British frout near Arras. white specks now appeared, and ache. Tako Chamberlain's Tablets. the British and the French and push Cambrai and St. Quentln has been since It was evident that the entire They will tone up your liver, cl'au on across tho Sommc Canal In tho proceeding two days. Yesterday, also, line was being attacked, 1 gave the out your stomach and you will soon They only C03t n be as well as ever. general direction of Compiegne and good progress was made. order to haul down. m "Divisions of Crown Prince I ordered the winch quarter. Paris. "At 1,000 feet , stormed the heights north stopped. No more balloons had been There was an admitted break In the British lino In the St. Quentln region and northwest of Crolsllles. Between attacked, and although ours was now U'M. S. HART ARRESTED AS MIVH WANTED MAN and Mocu-ver- s the only ono up I could see British late yesterday, the Germans forcing way through tho defensive systhey penetrUed Into the sec- fighting planes ascending their from the One v.T.'.d hardly credit Thomas H tem and compelling a British retreat ond enemy position and captured the aerodromes behind us to laase av.a rt to prepare positions within the area village situated there of the enemy. So I decided to venture Inco with being a practical Joker, but and Morchles. Strong up again. Wo ascended to 3,000 feet the members of his company have devastated by the Germans In their retreat In the spring of 1917. British coirtTnrr attacks failed. Be- this time, and soon were at work 'discovered that ho has a deep sense of humor nnd Is not averse to giving This now line also is now being at- tween Gonnelieu and the Omlgnon again. tacked by the Germans, and news stream the first two enemy posi"Then suddenly something hap- it vent. While making "Tho Silent dispatches filed from the front late tions were penetrated. The heights pened. It happened swiftly as In a Man" Mr. luce nnd William S. Hart Ileudlcourt dream. Wo dlden't even see the Ger- went to a small town In California in the day indicated that tho fighting west of Gouzeaucourt, wore captured, man Albatross approaching, but our looking for a suitable locution for already was heavy in the vicinity of and VIllers-Fauco- n Ham, which represents a penetration and In the valley of the Cologne ground officer and his stouts gave one of the scenes. In this plcure of Mima nine miles for tho Germans. stream Uolsel and Marqualx were us tho alarm just a second or two Hart runs foul of tho tnw and a reHam Is approximately eloven miles stormed. before the hawk was on us. I heard ward Is offered for his capture. Tho fighting around Kpehy my observer nt the telephone, say hand bills with a picture of Hart "The southwest of St. Quentln. A supreme effort by the Germans to heights was bitter. The.se heights be- suddenly: 'What's that? Stand by! which were to bo photographed In cut the line in this iogion is forecast ing encircled from the north and Good Heavens!' Then he turned tho film were gotten up by a Los They have put south, the enemy was compelled to calmly to me and said with a smile, Angeles printer, and Inco had a copy In the dispatches. cavalry in the lino to follow up the leavo them for our troops. Between 'Sorry, old man, wo must get out nt In his pocket. When they reached infantry, and evidently Intend to Kpehy and Holsel the enemy vainly once,' He helped mo over the side the town they discovered that, owing by means of strong first, and I had a confuted notion to its isolation, it did not oven boast throw tho Uhlans Into the fray when endeavored ir.rantry columns open tho breach counter attacks to bring our vic- that somewhere or other, near at of a Motion Picture theater. Watchtho troops to a hand, a machino gun was banging ing his chance. luce met the chief the German high command is count-in- j; toriously advancing ' --.('..till. of police, and, giving him ono of the Ho was driven back every- away briskly. upon. French Reported Involved In Fight. where with tho heaviest losses. "I dropped, and heard a 'wumph' hand bills, told him where to find "Tho heights north of VermanJ as tho parachute left Its ca.ie. This Hart, agieeing to dlvldo tho reward Further north tho British lines, while they have drawn back aro hold- woro stormed. We btand before the was tho last sensation I attempted to offered. The individuals, and in ing well in their new positions. Tho third enemy position. Under tho ef- analyzo as I fell like a stono for 300 spite of his protestations, tho famous mailmnm Biitish retrogression thero fect of this hucccss the enemy evac- feet. I saw tho balloon shoot vio- star was made a prisoner. In tho seems to have been about four miles uated his positions in the bend south- lently upwards, and then my view meantime Inco had disappeared and In a towering temper, glared sit Mory, which has changed handa west of Cambri. Wo pursued him was blotted out by a largu white Hart, through Demrcourt, Fle.squieres and umbrella which suddenly appeared through the burs at citizens who several times. Reports that the French have be- Ulbecourt. above my head, and I realized thnt camo to tako a look at tho despera"Between tho Omlgnon stream and tho parachute had opened. I didn't do. Inco filially returned nnd fixed come involved In the struggle seem credible; as tho recessional of tho the Somme corps of tho army group look down as I folt my body swaying matters with the chief, and while British right Hank, which was rest- of tho German Crown Prince, after oasily in the breeze. Tho roar abovo Hart did not at first appreclato tho ing approximately upon LaFere at tho tho capture of tho first enomy posl-lon- s, told mo that tho Albatross has done Joke, the humor of the situation made their way through Holnon Its work and the balloon was aflro. dawned upon him, and ho promised Ulver Olse, would inevitably curry loft, which had Wood and fought across the heights You cannot, of courso, maneuvor a to be good if thoy would let him with it tho French of Savy and Uoupy, penetrating Into parachute, and thoro Is always the out. rested upon tho Olse. a being accompanied tho third enemy position south of tho possibility of tho burning balloon Tho advanco is by a terrible slaughter of tho Ger- Sommo divisions broke through tho overtaking you and burning your mans, who in their massed forma- enemy lino and In an uninterrupted only means of escape. tions, are being cut to pieces before forward movomont drovo tho enemy "But boforo I reached the ground For Infants and Children British guns of all calibors. Tho Brit- over tho Corzat Canal towards tho I saw, far In front, tho Albatross Years ish casualties, too have been heavy, west. Jaeger battulllons following, crashing to earth, minus a whig. She In Use For Over thoy stormed tho heights northwest had been hit by a cluster of antiAlways and Berlin claims the taking of the of tho town which aro crowned with aircraft shells. British prisoners and 400 guns. Signature tho pormauont works of La Foro. Kmporor William himself is In com"Tho next thing I know was that "Tho captures so far reported by I was lying in tho middle uf a -mand of tho German armies lighting this battle, which ho had previously tho army group of Crown Prlnco plowed Hold, while a short dis- AMlNDSKN SAYS U.S. TltOOI'S IX FRANCE HAPPY declared would bo the decisive ope of Uupprccht aro 15,000 prisoners and tance off I saw my observer coming the war, and London commontatons 250 guns; by tho army group of tho across toward mo." An Atlantic Port, Murch 1G. All twelvo of tho officers of tho credit him with assuming his post Gorman Crown Prlnco, 10,000 prisonwith the aim of going down In history ers, 1C0 guns and 300 machino guns. wrecked balloons escaped safely on Capt. rtonuld Amundson, who discov"Artllory buttle continued botweon this occasion. They uro not always ered tho South Polo, arrived hero toas tho victor in tho greatest conlllct in tho world's history should tho Ger- both sides of Ithelms, beforo Verdun so fortunate. At this same station a day. He camo to this country directthuy and In Lorraine. " few days beforo an officer was shot ly from an inspection tour of tho mans win us they boasted o. French, British and American fronts. and killed while dropping In his would. Whon in the American sector ho Uespito tho advances inado by tho Despondency Duo to Constipation, Ills balloon had been set Women often becomo nervous and ufiro by a German airplane, and ns found tho men happy and in excelGermans, no loss of confidence on tho When this is duo to usual ho and his companion took to lent fighting condition. ullied side in tho ultimate outcome Is dospondent. Capt. Amundsen will sturt for tho constipation it is easily corrected by their parachutes. They had hardly uppareiit. "Serious, but not alarming," is tho taking an occasional doso of Cham- got clear of tho balloon when tho North Polo lato this Bummor in ships .l..i, l.f.kt.l.m lailriia tt llin utlii'ilfnn berlain's Tablets. These tablets are attacking airplnno swooped down on which aro now being fitted out for "V w. v " Attention is largely centered now ou easy to tako and pleasant in effect, m them, its machino gun in full play. 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S LMi ' j It is always our first consideration to clear troubles promptly. Whtn you Telephone Smile iff mm i I par-uchut- CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY jEnjuk IT Sv w ' .3 "u" . Incorporated saMiKMX J. HUNTER MATTHEWS, MANAGER, HARTFORD, Ky! "rr . "- mmifm BOOZE PEDDLERS BECOME DANGEROUS Practice Of Gangs Make Arrests Hazardous For Officers. (Commercial Appeal) NiintliiR Memphis buozo HimiRKlorH l liccomlni; oven more thrllllnR thnn nailing the tmcollu moonHlilucr In his inotintnln lnlr. Tlio odds Hint there will he n lot of action and that n quantity of hot lend will he spilled nre much In fuvor of the local ven- ture. rs Tlmo wns, a year ago, when or tho ninnors who brltu; lioozo In to them from points In wet states, never dreamed of bIiowIdk llRbt. All that Is changed now, for from tho revolvers with which they were armed a year ago tho United States marshals now liavo graduated t(t nutomatic shotguns and heavy caliber rifles. And thoy have been forced to It lu defenso of their lives. Gradually, week by week, the gang-'o- rs who sell booze liavo becomo moro dangerous. Perhaps It Is a psychological chango duo to their constant Infraction of tho law, to association with tho class of dnre-dcvlInvolved lu tho nefarious traffic, to tho fact that frequently ,1V hen caught s tho are half wild from copious use of their own bottled goods. Another thing has mnde the work of tho rum raiders moro precarious. g gangs, two Of tho aro especially dangerous. About a year ago one of these outfits ceased buying "shorty" with tho Incident trouble and risk of getting It into Memphis, and started taking it away from o'licrs about the time they got It here Two notable Instanoos whon this gang Impersonated United States marHhals and bngged large imntltlert of booze have become known, besides comities Jnrlilent In which a altigle automobile load of booze has been taken from h more peaceful "leaner." n fall a HtntlKgler, about the poolrooms, undertook to run the lines with a lioatload of "Old I'rcntlfi." and had It on tho river bank below Memphis one night, when tli", pseudo raiders rushed the camp, fining the night air with shuts and yells, in which tho name of various deputies of Marshal Treievant's staff figured strongly. Tho real owners n and of the whisky lied t(' bolder spirits took the shipment, 3! cases In all, away at their leisure, to peddle It to "tho trade.,, Another night moro recently 27 Miltrasos of liquor were taken from an Illinois Central pabsongor train between the Poplar Streo station and tho Grand Central Depot, right from under tho noses of policemen by por-8oclaiming to be United States Tho booze never got to marshals. tho custom house, however and Mar-nhTrozovant was much mystified A rigid search, by tho occurrence. however, (failed to disclose their Identity. And so it Is that smugglers who go to Cairo Caruthorsvlllo or Paducah for their supplies liavo coino to include firearms In their wardrobe. Tho raiders rarely are ablo to tako tho booze runners now without more or Patrolman Broad-foless shooting. was killed trying to tako n negro on suspicion that ho was a United Stntcs marshals otlegger. have had narrow escapes In two Instances recently on tho Macon Head. Ono night Inst week tho roport curront about town near midnight that Chief Deputy Marshal nlth and C. S. Kuthluud had been Ikllled in Nonconnah bottoms. More (than 50 telephone calls were received by Tho Commercial Appeal about the jmatter. It was but u rumor of acourso. but It Indicates tho belief that Iciirroiit In Memphis ulght-llf- o (hunting bootleggers Is not without fits risk. That samo night a notorious opor- in local lioozo channols slipped tho cordon of raiders with a !otor of whiskey from Caruthors- Jillo, it was roportcd tho noxt day. There wore 200 cases In tho lot It Memphis, fijeeniod. And so South Iwhlch for two nights was like Sahara, bus shortly again. ' lioot-leRKcls hooze-runnorboozo-runnlnwell-knowpnnlc-strickens al ot lic-cai- wlfo (or husband) and hsd a net of J2.000 or moro for 1917 you must file ti return. Husband's nnd wlfo's Incomo must bo considered Jointly, plus Incomo of minor children. Incomo of n minor or Incompetent, derived from a. separate cstato,nust bo reported by his leEnl representative. Several pcnnltlcs aro provided for those who neglect or evade tho law. Kor falso or fraudulent return thero is a penalty not exceeding f fine or year's Imprisonment, or both, plus 100 per cent of tax. Kor fnlluro to inako return on or before April 1, 1918, fine Is from $20 to $1,000, plus CO per cent of tax due. ltoturns must bo filed with tho Collector of Internal Hovcntto of district in which you lire. An agent may fllo return for a pcr-ro- ii who Is 111, absent from tho country or otherwlso Incapacitated. Kach return must bo signed and sworn or nfllnncd by person executing It. Single persons arc allowed $1000 exemption in computing normal tax. A married person living with wife (or husband) Is allowed $2,000 exemption, plus $200 for each dependent child under 18. A head of family, though single, Is allowed $2,000 exemption if actually supporting ono or moro relatives. Returns must show the entire amount of earnings, gains and profits received during tho year. Olllclals and employees arc not tax able on tho salaries or wages received from n state, county, city or town in tho United Stntes. Interest on stato nnd municipal bonds Issued within the U. S. is ex empt from federal incomo tax and should bo omitted. Intorcst on United States govern ment bonds is also exempt, except on Individual holdings of Liberty Fours lu excess of $.1,000 par value. Dividends are not subject to nor mal tax, but must bo reported and Included lu net incomo. Gifts and legacies aro not income and should not be Included on tho return of tho beneficiary. Life insurance rocelved as a beneficiary or as premiums paid back at maturity or surrendero of policy is not Income. Payments revolved for roal or por- jonal property sold is not Income, but the profit realized thereon is Income for tho year of sale. Amounts received in payment of notes or mortgages Is not Income, but the Interest on Mich notes or mort-gngo- a Is tnxalile income. From tho ontiro gross income cor- tain allowances aro made in arriving at tho net Income. Necessary expenses actually paid In the conduct of business, trade or pro fession may bo claimed. for A farmer can claim payments labor, seed, fertilizer, stock feed, re pairs on buildings, except his dwelling; repairs of fences and farm ma chinery, materials and small tools for immcdlato use. Tho amount of rent paid for a farm may also bo claimed as a tenant farm er's expense. Payments for llvo stock aro allow able if bought for resale. Uut If bought for breeding purposes cattlo nre an Investment, not an expense, and cannot bo allowed. A storekeeper can claim amounts paid for advertising, clerk hire, tele phone, wnter, light and fuel, also drayago and freight bills and cost of operatjng and repairing wagons nnd 2,-0- 00 HUNS' MONSTER LONG RANGE GUN thing for tho Shells Paris At Distance Of Seventy-Si- x Miles. Paris, March 24. Tho German "monster cannon" which has been bombarding Paris has been located In tho forest of St. Gobnln, west of Laon, exactly 122 kilometers (approximately 76 miles) from the Paris city hall. Tho gun bombarded Paris during tho greater part of Sunday. Tho day was ushered In by loud explosions shells, and Immediately the alarm to tako cover was at C:55 sounded. This occurred 'clock and many persons Bought shelter, but greater numbers of them in tho streets on their way to tho churches, which were almost as well filled as usual. Tho women who sell palm leaves on Palm Sunday did their usual thriving business. At first the shells begnn arriving at intervals of twenty minutes nnd tho detonations, considering the Sunday calm, seemed louder thnn those of Saturday. Their power to disturb tho equanimity of the populace, however, seemed less, tho people refusing to bo distracted from their Sunday habit to any great extent. Kor tho benefit of that portion of tho populace which had been led to belle vo tho Germans had broken through the lino and were bombarding Paris from nearby positions, n note was Issued during tho day. This warned tho people against believing pessimistic reports. from tho ten-Inc- h rd wanted put Into shnpo for tho mar-ko- t. Farm labor Is pretty scarco around Brownsboro, so ho proposed to tho women of tho Rod Cross that ho would pay them $25 In cash to or glvo tho wom shuck en twenty-fiv- e limbics of tho shucked corn. Thero were seventeen women in tho unit. They took tlio Job nnd yestcrdny went Into tho field and did tho work, accepted the twenty-flv- o bushels of corn in payment. Ono of tho members of tho unit said last night the corn could be sold for $1.50 a bushel, which would glvo ho unit nbout $.17. They aro not satisfied with this, however. They pro-poto test the corn for seed corn, and think it possible that they may got five bushels of seed corn, from their nllottnent. At $5 a bushel for seed corn they will get $25. Tho twenty bushels can bo disposed of at $1,50 a bushel, or $30 for tho lot. Added to the seed corn sale, they figure $55 for their work In Mr. Houso's field and a tidy sum for tho Red Cross Unit. Courier Jour nal. forty-shocks, so Red Cross. Ho had n big field of unshtickcil corn, too, that ho ffv Nr.t : Contents 1ST 'luid Drachm " W tT &K " ft"" .fc? CASTORIA Tor Infanta and Children. ZT. B83 t'M m7 II' - ma I &J M HTiT M.J1W . m lm (Wf " fciLO Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria JfcKffT? (! Z 'liTjq h vaconoL-- 3 run gln I 'N AMcloMcrrcparaiioawriB-by RcguU-- ' MmilntimJUicIood . lv.'.if, " li " '" r 4!...tf.CtAm'krTiCftfUlllfnrcUUIl : I 111 j Ut J MwmiJ ""- - Always Bears the '. ill f. .nncf Contains , 'ij uiccriuuits"'""1-""-neither upiumiofH""""'";-Mineral- . -,- AhhcrctyrrotnoUnDislIon Signature of Jl In Not KAncoTic Jn jjaBfoweSXamem MxSnna Jhxkll .UUt 5' Jtmpiun feSM i'ySl YZir'Xi . - m'zs j?.r librvtSird flanfMSujar IUhlriptmlirtr t Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a Fav orite for Colds. GonstipationandDiarrhoo. Vichnc;; ana Ayr a i Use For Over alrJvrl .il 'rKullinifhcrcfromjnjnfawy OTV".VP Tire J. L. Easley, Macon, in of Chamberlain's 111., In speak- - c W ., Cough Remedy says, "During tho past fifteen years it has been my sister's favorite mcdl- clno for colds on tho lungs. I myself havo taken it a number of times when suffering with a cold and It always re lieved mo promptly." m m rik'r.- fC :?5' ?s ' r ' iiiTTrmnriM NEWWfii Citato Goww-nt- t. Thirty Years CASTOI Exact Copy of Wrapper. THCCtNTAUNCOMPANT, NCW TOR CITY. semi-otllcl- SOMK KKCKNT al LAND SALES. Kcgra I'icihIi Front Intact. "The French front Is intact," said the note. "Any assertion to the contrary Is a He." Tho bombardment of tho capital ended about 1 o'clock, and as late as .1 o'clock no explosions had been heard for moro than an hour. The "clear signal" was bounded at P.: 30 o'clock. Altho during tho earlier hours of tho bombardment the shells arrived intervals, later in on twenty-minut- e the day thoy began arriving every ilfteen minutes on the average, and some of thorn cvon foil twelvo min- utes apart. In military circles tho belief was expressed that tho Germans were long-distanGo-lia- in CASTORIA iVjjFEDKHAIi IXCOMK TAX IlKlKKhY Ol'TMNKI) Vr Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S Returns must bo filed on or before BAprll 1,1018.. Tax duo may bo paid now or on or pforo Juno 15, liUS. It you uro singlo and your net in coino foi 1017 was ?1,000 or more tWiMstta you nuibt tile a return. A physican can claim cost of his irofesslonnl supplies, rent, office help, telephone, expense of team or used in making professional calls and expenses attending medical conventions. A dentist can claim similar items, oxcopt team or auto expense, which are not necessary In his profession. Expenses that nre personal or connected In any way with tho support or well being of a person or family aro not allowable. Tho cost of machlnos, Instruments, vehicles or Implements that are moro for less permnnent In character nro not allowable as an expense. Thoy are Investments. Interest paid on a mortgago or other personal indebtedness Is allowable on a porsonal rotum. All taxes paid within tho year can bo taken out on a federal return, except federal income taxes, Inheritance taxes anil assessments for local Im provements. Losses sustained in buslnoss or through fire, storm or shipwreck or by theft, except when compensated by Insurance or otherwise. Wear and tear of rented buildings or machinery used In buslnoss may be claimed. You can also claim tho amount paid to tho lied Cross and to other charitable, religious or educational organization to tho extent of 15. par cent, of your not Incomo. auto-mobilo trucks. It you wish to nmko a sale try a REPUBLICAN AD. guns. Tho using two Matin says tho position of one of tho guns was established in tho St. forest, which would place it somewhat farther south than had been believed and In the wooded area. This position would be about .seventy miles from Paris. During tho early hours of tho morning traffic in the streets of Paris was shut down or curtailed, but before noon both the subways and tram-wabegan running again. In tho nfternoon tho streets of the city show ed great animation. During tho day large numbers of persons, unablo to secure means of transport to take them to their destination, walked in order that they might kep their appointments. As usual when aircraft warnings aro sounded, largo numbers of tho populace sought shelter in tho subways and in basements of houses. Tho government has decided that in, tho future tho bombardment of e guns shall not Paris by interrupt tho normnl life of tho capital, but that tho population shall bo warned of a bombardment by distinctive means, differing from .the usual warnings sent out In cases of air raids. FOR FLETCHER'S Drums will bo beaten and the police will sound whistles. Tho public services, tho trains in tho subways, tho trnmways and tho automobllo buses will continue to bo operated normally. THE THRICE-A-WEE- K Tho new warning Is to bo known as EDITION OF THE warning No.3. It will mean that any NEW YORK WORLD of crowds In tho streets Is formation prohibited, and that all shelters, oxIN 1HIH. copt tho subway btattons, will bo open. Tim end of any kind of a raid Practically a Dally at tho Price of will bo announced, as before, by a a Weottly. No other Newspaper In special trumpet call and tho ringing tho world gives so much at so low of church bells. a price. Tho valuo and need of a newspaper The Pneumonia Season. In tho household was nover greater Tho cold, damp weather of March than at tho present tlmo. Wo have ecms t bo tho most favorablo for the been forced to enter tho great world Pnoumonln germ. Now Is tho tlmo war, and a largo army of ours Is alto bo careful. Pneumonia often re- ready in France. You will wnnt to sults from a cold. Tho quicker a cold havo all the news from our troops on Is gotten rid of tho less tho danger. European battlefields, and 1918 As soon as tho first indication of a promises to be the most momentous Cold appears tako Chamberlain's year in the history of our universe. Cough Remedy. As te the value of No other nowspaper at so small a this preparation, ask anyone who prlco will furnish such prompt and g in accurate news of these has used it. events. It is not necessary to say moro. AVOMKN SHUCK CORN THE THRICE-A-WEEWORLD'S FOR HKI) CROSS' SAKK regular subscription price is only $1.-0- 0 per year, and this pays for 156 Tho women of tho Brownsboro (Oldham county) Red Cross Unit nro papers. Wo offer this unequalled not only patriotic, but thoy are busi- newspaper and Tho Hartford Republican together for one year for $1,05. ness women and real, TUB REGULAR SUBSCRIPTION workors. K. E. Homo Is a farmer Just out of PRICK OF THE TWO PAPERS IS Brownsboro who wanted to do some ?2.0b. ' ys long-distanc- E. L. Burden to Nancy Hudson, S acres $50. 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The big men of today almost without exception are the men who prepared yesterday We prepare you for the position that are waitia for the prepared man or woman. School ;m se.sion the entire year. Pupils may enter at any timr and receive proper classification. world-shakin- K Miti Bis 8 lii (Incorporated) honest-to-good-ne- ss OWEISSBORO KY. a bachelor I met on tho street hnd, hid&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&& den under his neatly polished shoes, both heels nnd most of his well pol49 ished too nails protruding from hln (Hy Fluko McFluke.) 49 socks. Another startling discovery I 49 49 Incorporated Tho following Inquiry received by made by closo contract with a bnch-cl49 According to n recent net of con Is that every ono of them keeps W. S. TINSLEY, P, U. SMITH, the Editor, was turned over to us for & 49 s. gress all tho tlmo pieces in tho United answer: "Editor Republican, Hart a nccdlo and thread, and when a butrreddent 49 Stntcs will bo set forward ono hour ford, Ky. Please ndviso mo ns to tho ton comes oil of ono pnir of trousers 49 Editor t two o'clock Sunday morning. Few prospects for a good crop of fishing ho forthwith cuts a button from HKNIIV THOMAS 49 pair to bow on In its stead, fc . TINSLEY, Associate Editor , of us will caro to awaken at tho hour worms in tho region between your 49 fixed for making tho change, and will placo and the Locks on Rough River. nnd thnt ovory tlmo ! ho chnnges 49 And BaslnCM Manager. And it more practlcnl to move up tho Yours truly, John T. 49 3Ioore. Louis- trousers ho hns to transfer that but49 on the dials of our watches be- ville, Ky., ton from ono to another. I learned 28 AKordlnR to lw at the Ptxitoffle hnnds March Is." Evtrd 49 night. For Crop near avcrago In quantity, com- too that tho bachelor keeps only ono rond fore retiring Bartford, Kjr.. u mall matter ol th 49 n tlmo tho new order of tlmo will ap- pared with past 25 years, seems color of thread nnd thnt Is blnck. head 49 ofr pear awkward and confusing, but to be on the other end this year and Tho prevailing outsldo color is blnck, 49 0 wo shall becomo Atdreii all communications to after a few weeks 49 thoso that arc not of some other color you know. Buttons sowed on his b accustomed to tho change, and move nppear to bo red only on one side, ns underwear with black thread look 49 Hartford Republican. always existed. yet along ns if It had 49 0 have not determined whether they a bit odd, but no body sees that but 49 Tho now order of tlmo will continue will be much in demnnd coming sea his washor woman, nnd sho docs NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS 49 drop until October 31, when wo will son or not, would ndviso tho, that you not havo communication with polito nbaerltxTt dMlrlng the paprntto ft nw 49 back to tho old tlmo measure again. lay In your supply early, Bob Walker society. mtut rItc the old addnwa In making the tddnn 49 Another peculiarity I havo noted raqMat. 49- Our courts, county and circuit, aro and Jim Lyons both being at homjQ about bnchclors Is that they aro al Bahama Locali and NotkM 10c per line and to great danger of a famine exists. 49 o meeting out liberal punishment rer Uae tor each additional Inwrtlon. ways late. They aro Into to retlro & 4? blttarlt, Reeolatlont and Card ot TbankejSc cently to persons charged with crime, 49 oft line, monej In ad ranee. Head line in a poper says "Woman and lato to rise. They nro Into at Wo do not assume to pass upon tho 4 meals nnd Into at keeping engage Oaoroh Notion tor eerrlca free, bnt other 0 guilt or innocenco of the accused in falls four floors, dies after." Isn't ments. Indeed thoy nro late nt most drertlttniente, 6c per line. 4? that remarkable? To think sho wait49 Aaoirmone commankatlosi will receive no individual cases, but wo want to exeverything, especially nt marrying. Mention H 49 press our approval of tho work of ed for this accident before dying, There may bo and possibly is some when the fall could at least have been 49 court officials and juries for doing Come in see these Waists look them over o excuso for old maids, but upon clnso 49 TZLEPHOITES. 0 their duty when the accused is guilty. avoided. acquatntnnco I can see none for old 9 CvLsa.'bxleLXicl.....n 123 The security of life nnd property and carefully examine the fabrics note how well 0 bachelors. I don't know just whnt b 49 If there's any one in tho world for 59 the peace and dignity of the communJTrnkXra.!' X&yxtxal disposition ought to bo made of them. 49 they are made inspect the details, such as but- ity depend upon tho courts durfng whom our sympathy Is aroused and It would perhaps be a little cruel to 49 whole-hearteit is the small boy led 0 M AKCH 20 their duty, and if punishment was FJUDAY hemstitching and tucking, and you'll pew, on electrocute them, but society ought to j ton-hole- s, more frequent crime would become down for a sent in tho front rid itself of them in some way. After more rare. The responsibility of n a balmy, sleepy, spring morning, by mature deliberation I have decided 49 really wonder how it can be done; how in the preach Most folks in this country are now juror is a grave one, and every citi- his mother, to listen to Father 49 that perhaps tho best disposition of 49 face of excessive rising costs such waists can be of convinced that wo are fighting the zen who is charged with jury service a sermon of good, healthy duration, when seven scats back the gang of them would be to tax them out of 49 German people. f should strivo to see that the dignity provided thoy will not con "goo-go- o 49 sold at a dollar. eyed boys innke faces at o of the law was upheld. 49 By common consent tho newspapers & him every time ho chances to look sent to marry an equal number of old 49 maids. The Wirthmor Plan with its great economics 0 of the country are nbating a senover his shoulder. If the present great German drive 49 atorial nuisance by never mentioning fails to demoralize the Allies' army, 0 9 The Liberty Loan Organization has in making and selling and the purchase of 0 his name. The meanest, most contemptible, as now appears extremely probably. 49 0 unpro- planned to lum a Id to !iO minute 49 many of the fabrics fully a year in the end of the war may bo nearer underhanded and down-rig.advance ex- 0 With all its laults, the legislature fessional four-pl- y trick was pulled on talk dollwrt'd In 49 Sunday than the most optomistic had expect c that adjourned last week was the ed. It Is Germany's supremo effort. us the other day when John Henry r? plains. ot School In Ohio county on Sunday, set at Frankfort in best that has 49 She had brought all her available re- spied our wife passing the joint, April Ttli. He tlirrr. 0 years. 49 If you can't call phone or mail your order. serves from the Russian front, and stopped her and told her (Jus--t In the 49 i midst of this busy gardening season) V With the singing of the birds the advertised in advance the great of& ACCEPTED I'D It SERVICE. fensive she was going to start, even that wo were in line shape at the of49 talk of good roads starts up again. fice, had the work well in hand, so 49 But what does Ohio county caro to inviting the newspaper correspon0 The local exemption board is con9 easily take caro of every about good roads; we have the 31. dents of neutral nations to the feast hat he could tinuing from day to day examinations 49 of blood and carnage. There was no thing during the next several days c H. & E. railroad. of men for the next draft call. It Is 49 ? secret about her plans or purpose. The and that if she, the aforesaid wife, not 49 known Just at tills time when the o8 campaign had proven inade- needed me for any purpose whatsoTho greatest need of the govern4i ? ever, he would be more than pliaed next call will be made, but tho physiment just now is money. The Third quate to bring the enemy to terms, 49 cal examinations will bo contiuutMl l Liberty Loan Bond sale opens April and the only hope left was a supreme and perfectly willing to lot me oft 49 bh for as much spring visiting as we until all the men In class 1 are pass C. 49 Get ready to do your part by drive with man and gun power. Never I . ed on. Those parsing tho required ' 49 again if this drive fails can Germany areii to lI- - Durn ,,,m ,10 kntw tlmt buying Liberty bonds. t for army kit49 I wouldu t get out of that back lot- - physical examination hope for a more favorable opportunii vice so far are: j 49 Why does not some enterprising ty to strike her adversary. The Allies and garden for a week. t 9 Cyrus Williams, Wyo. IP faker book Peter Bltzer for a sea- have unlimited man power to draw 49 & Frank Allen Finn, Dundee. son, put him under canvass, employ on. Germany has every available Some more hard luck, the KentucArchie D. Maddox, Rockport. coun- man under arms. ky Legislature at it's late lamented a clever speeler and tour the With her It is now Willie E. Phillip. Centortown. try with him? It would be a money or never. It is highly probable that session passed a law requiring all Jesse E. Felix, Olaton. getting venture. the next three months may bring able bodied males between the ages Palmer J. Lloyd. Olaton. o 1G or ls aml G0 'enrs to labor at about a peace conference of nations, George R. Maples Rockport. Folks sometimes get displeased at --- lenst .10 hours out of every week dnr- Noble F. Thomasson, what we say about them in these Hnrtford. STRAWBERRY PICKERS WANTED. ng the period of the war. Thomas U A SOLDI Klt'S LETTER. x columns. But if they don't want us about 65 or more, and we will not Route 7. Vernon Durham. Rockport. to say it they must not do it. It is t.ee fifty before the consarned legisWe will pay TEN CENTS per gallon for pick- 3Irs. Charlie Howard, of Hartford a part of our'job to tell the people has received the following letter lature meets again. John H. Wright, Hartford. X ing Strawberries this season. Board can be obtain- Henry 31aybree, Centortown. what Is happening. from her son, who is a sailor on the 1 ed for 12c per meal and lodging free with the grow- Norman Spurrier, Whltesville. 3!rs. Walker had Rob out in the Steamer Antigone. PinL-nr-c ..... T or vnn few imief Ki'inrr flmi' While the Huns are crushing tho Allies Farmer, Fordsville. I am writing this garden cutting corn stalks one day Dear 3Iother. Emmett G, Taylor, Narrows, R.2. Allies' line with sheer force of num- at sea, but I think we will bo in this week and the very first time Robding, and arrange with the Manager before you come Percy A. Park, Horse Branch. bers It will not perhaps bo irreverent port so arrangements can be made to care for ybu. The $ in a day or two, and I will mall ert lamped a chance (3Irs. Walker's to remark that had Roosevelt's warnEd Heifner, Livermore. back to him) he accidentally? whal T nirLinfr ennenn Knnritio TTr. 1CiU it then. uuuiiu nia iuui, ixr..:i ii. j...w..b umWU ings of prepardness been heeded there vvniu me Albert W. Taylor, Echols. ed tho hoe handle across a fence post I do not know what port we will Manager for any information you may want. would now have been two million come Into Frank Stewart. Reynolds. and don't you know It broke? The but it will be a little Rodney Ross, Centertown. American soldiers supporting the Al- while before wo go H. D. GRAHAM, Manager, back across the accident? happened about 1:15 and lied arms in France. Archie Chapman, Hartford. at 5:55 p. m.t Walker had not Inpond, as we have somo repairs to Bowling Green, Ky. Rodney B. Fulton, Beaver Dam. duced the repair man to make. " Forrest P. Bell. Hartford. Our neighbor Representative Tom I believe I saw the prettiest place the above mentioned hoe. Harman Schroeder, Rosine. Spurrier was gravely disappointed in France on this trip, as, we went to Virgil Klfer. Baizetown. with the redistricting bill that bears an altogether THE OLD BACHELOR. different port. Tho Jesse V. Crowe, Hartford. his name. As originally drawn it people are more refined and are in provided for the fairest division posFrank M. Tichneor, Hartford. My acquaintance with old maids, etter circumstances than in the other Stephen E. Grlgsby, Hartford. sible of tho state into legislative dis- port. with their habits, manners and cusGeorge 31yers, Hartford. tricts, but by tho time a Democratic but my I am going to send a little book toms is of long standing, Henry Trail. Simmons. .majority got through amending it it close, intimate and personal knowof views us soon as I get a chance. Leo Miller, Fordsvlllo. was scarcely better than tho old law. and you can ledge of old bachelors is a recent actell something about tho Lee 3Ionroe, Hartford. place by tho views, although they quirement. And as between the two The extra session of tho LegislJesso Ashford, Roslnc do not do Jt Justice. I meant to get types of antiquated humanity I am, Talmago Brown, Owensboro. ature .passed a law authorizing couns day's Upon close acquaintance. Inclined to Alpha T. Johnson, Narrows. ties to vote a road tax, not to exceed some souvenirs but had but one award the palm to the old maids. liberty and spent that sightseeing. 20 cents on the hundred dollars, and Win. Burden, Mcllenry. Thero is really much to bo said in I saw an old castle and fortifica Darrell Robertson, Hartford. not to rUn for a longer period than favor of tho old maids. They mako ten years. The law ls a good ono tion that wero built by Napolean. Corbet Cooper, Beaver Dam. nurses, telephone We had a nlco peaceful trip this excellent trained Joseph C. Tucker, Hartford. and should be taken advantage of by operators, department store clerks, Archlo I). Coopor, Beavor Dam. the people of Ohio county. It would tlmo with no excitement at all com- second wives for widower., and someJesso Collins (col), Hartford. be a light burden, pay as you go, pared with tho other trip. They say times passably good stepmothers. good method of road building, In Germany Is going to do wonders this But search as I may I cm find no Harvey Floner, Equality. spring with their submarines, but which we Ktnnd so much in need. Jas. 31. Wedding, Barrett's Ferry. virtue In old bachelors except as poll they aro not having any luck as tax payors ami patrons of boarding Ferry. Juht now when many nowspnpers, most of thorn aro going to tho bottom, i Groy T. Taylor, Beavor Dam. ,l0,ut;:j' including some very ablo Demo- You people think thoy nro having Arnold Brown, Blue Island, 111. Sometimes it happens that old cratic journals, nro criticising tho In- luck when they sink 15 or 20 a week. Clcntnn Daugherty, Baizutown. ",al,ls havo ll softness of heart that efficiency of tho postolllce sorvico 3Ir. but Just to give you an idea how Joseph E. Cook, Bannock. 2Ci1,aV0 luln- - Hko h,,lrto" treasures, a llurloson should gratefull appreci- ranny aro going across, Wo met J. II. Kvown, Fordsville. t,mo undiscovered, but I havo ate the effort of the Hartford Herald ships In thrco hours as wo wont'lon John Ward, .Mcllenry. never heard this remarked or an in coming to his defenso with an ac- across, and wo did not meet ono Keith, Lee, Horse Branch. something Thoro Is count of the tlmoly arrival of at least twentieth of tho ships that go; so old bachelor. Orletto C. Carter, Rockport. wrong with tho bachelor to begin ono letter. Tho Herald says that you can seo why they don't mako a Edgar T. Fitzhugh, Sulphur with of ho would never bo a bachelor. county Farm Agent llrowder actually success. If it is a crlmo to bo an old maid Springs. Well I can not go too far into dereceived a letter on tho same day it Horman Miles, Mcllenry. was mailed in Rockport, a town ten tails, but will say wo had a quiet perhaps that should be jubtly charged Earl Maiden, Hartford. to tho old bachelors. If there were miles away. We havo sent the Post- pleasant voyage. I am well and foulClaude Ford, Horso Branch. less old bachelors there would bo less master General a marked copy of tho ing like a two year old. II. A. Cnrdwell, Beaver Dam. old maids. I will wrlto you again as soon as Herald, with the suggestion that ho Edward C. Taylor, (col.) Horton. There are many handicaps tho preserve it for a campaign document wo get into port. As ever, Frank Barnes, Beaver Dam. undergoes that never come j bachelor thousand soparato garments for ship- joined a few days ago, and Mrs. W. Otis. in 1920. Fred A. Tanner, Hartford. to tho public, because as a rule few ment to destitute Belgians. II. Rhodes sent In ten names from Ernest Pulliam, Nurrows. people come Into Intimate' contact Tho past week was a busy ono at Goshen last week. Wo heartily commend our good FIFTY AKMY HORSES DEAD 3Iulcomb Fuqua, Fordsville. OF POISONIXO IN COVINGTON with them. It was by tho merest women for their patriotic service in tho Red Cross rooms; tho ladles have The Young Ladles Red Cross HustArvin R. Hoflln, Hnrtford. I gained my technical that worked four days, cutting nnd making lers responded to tho call for property neglecting their housekeeping to givo Elmore Gruut, Narrows. Covington, Ky. Fifty horses aro knowlcdgo of tho bachelor, Circum-utunchospital shirts. Thoy will mako an- Hags, and havo mado nnd collected their tlmo to work at Red Cross head4 I had some conover which quarters, but there is another service, dead ot poisoning In Covington and other shipment to Cincinnati tho last 29 bags, and many others aro promisRED CROSS' NOTES. of tho week. no less patriotic but perhaps a little many moro aro expected to dio out trol, but neglected, put inn next to ed. Thoy uro to bo sent to Miss Wln-nl- o Mr. Jou Miller and Mrs. Charlie of a Government shipment of 72C their manner of life. My discoveries Simmorman. innro sacrificial, we think It not Tho Amorlcan Red Cross has a Render hnve recently responded to a to call their attention to. horses from Camp Grnnt, Rockford, wero startling. Whon for many long At tho last meeting of tho Womun't call for sewing machines for use at club it was decided that for tho hftt Tho one need of tho govornmont is HI., consigned to Newport News, Va years 1 was accustomed when a holo membership of 2.1,000,000. Woodrow Wilson ls president of huadquartors. money. It must come from the pen-j- ) Dr. L. B. OrUlor, veterinary surgeon. ns largo us a pin head appeared In term, April May and Juno, it would .Every weok now mimes aro bolng have n abort program, and meet at la. Will theee good women nut con-ti- Covlugtou, pronounced thu death of my nook to have a good wife ggt busy the American Red Crow. The OtvoBibora Chaptur of tho Rod added to tho honor roil. Mrs. Auniu Iho Rod Cross rooms every tfcojuMlve with u cheaper Kt- - thw aulniala to 1m due to bqllatluHa at oncQ with bur uodlo and dsrnlnB Saturday yarn I nevar ilrattwud that every Cross has collaated moro than threo Wurd, of tho Nocreek neighborhood, afternoon. cr hat, or have the old one trimmed ,all oroton oil polsoulus, The Hartford over, buy a cheaper gown, or wenr tho old one, nnd invest tho saving In liberty bonds or thrift stamps? This suggestion is made In perfect seriousPublished Weekly by ABTFORD rniNTINQ COMFANT ness, and is worthy of attention. Republican STRAY STREAKS or Get ACQUAINTED Willi These Sec.-Trea- nn-oth- er WIRTHMOR $1.00 WAISTS! d, u ro-cc- nt SOLD HERE ONLY. at 3t,V son Co, HARTFORD, KY. 555555 vS5SSSSSSSC;SW5v5e3?SW5J& j nirt I u.i J t t t ril-Mi- ui-s'ii- ij ;roSMS$STOM$$ro Ledies uits CoQct 9 Hub Clothing Co. HARTFORD, KY. !SSS'VSSSS cs nt !l it Mrs. A. R. Rlloy and baby came up ROILED DOWN. from Evansvlllo Saturday, and will spend some timo horc. Tho older The government is giving each solMr, E. P. Moore, of Akron, O., is boy, John, enmo about thrco weeks You can get tho Southern t Queen dier n freo shaving outfit. Also a Seed Sweet Potatoes nt Acton Uros. visiting his family here. ago. Mrs. Riley expects her hus- shoo brush and clothing brush. 39t2 band, Cnpt. A. B. Riley, down from J. J. Russell, of Echols, was hero Camp Taylor Saturday. General Wood urges tho Unitod Mrs. Rowan Holbrook and Mrs. 0. on business yesterday. States government to raise and equip M. Darnelt wore in Owcnsboro District Agricultural Agent, F. E. nn army ot 4,000,000, men. Mrs. A. S. Petty, of Whltcsvlllo, Is Merrlmnn, of Louisville, has been in visiting her daughter, Mrs. Tico tho county this week. He, together Thrco billion dollars is fixed as Burns. Mr. Rowan Holbrook left with Rev. A. D. Litchfield, attended tho amount and 4 per cent as tho for a business trip to tho meeting at Cooper's Tuesday interest rato for tho Third Liberty Mrs. Ren Bayless, ot Louisville, night, assisting county Agt. Brnwdcr, Loan. D. C. Assistant Director of Wowan's Work In practical demonstrations of seed Just received a carload of salt, of tho Red Cross, will meet with the corn testing &c, with stcreoptical The American steamer Chattahoc-c- he local chapter hero Monday Coino before it's gone. views. has been sunk by a German subACTON UROS. 39t2 marine. Mrs. Jane Fcrgushon died nt her Misses Leila Olcnn, Cllfflo Felix Mr. and Mrs. Estll Austin and residence nt Sunnydalo Monday Tho government will begin about and Mattyo Duko wero in Reaver children, of Cromwell, spent Saturday mornlng.after a two weeks Illness of April 1 the construction ot a Dam Saturday, shopping. night and Sunday with tho family of phthisic. She wns tho widow of tho powder plant nt Nashville, Mr. Tom Wallace, near tho lato Joseph Ferguson, a wellknown Tennessee. Tom Wright, of Simmons, and and successful farmer of tho Sunny-dal- e Anna Phlpps, of Reaver Dam, colcommunity. Mrs. Ferguson was It is estimated that German losses ored, were married yesterday. Mr. Joo Rowley and family who 78 years old at the time of her death. must havo approached 100,000 men a. went to Indiana about a year ago, Tho family came from Butler county day during the first four days of tho A small boy of Mr. and Mrs. Ozna have returned to tho old homo at about thirty years ago. great battle that opened Saturday. Shults is critically ill of complica- Narrows, and are looking for a tions arising from whooping cough. Vernon Wheeler, a soldier boy The United States program to havo . The bright balmy days reminds us that springstationed at Camp Shelby, Miss,, twelve thousand aeroplanes in Franco time is here. The season will soon demand light Mrs. A. P. Taylor and children, of Messrs. Tom Black and Virgil camo homo Thursday for a visit with by July 1, has not resulted in sending Owcnsboro, are visiting Mrs. Taylor's went to Russelvllle Monday for the his parents, Rev. and Mrs. W. S. a single machtno over so far. weight fabrics. We are prepared to supply your parents, Mr and Mrs. W. R. Render. purpose of buying some mules. Thoy Wheeler. Ho will return to Camp needs in piece goods or ready-to-we- ar garments. report tho Russellvlllo mulo price Saturday. His brother, John WheelA fourth Liberty Loan bond salo Waists, Ready-mad- e Dresses, Coats and Coat Mrs. J. A. Rllbro and children, of sky high. er, is also here. John got a thirty will be made next fall. Nocreek, were the guests of sheriff days furlough. Tho boys report tho Suits. ' Judge W. E. Settle, candidate for soldiers at Camp Shelby in fine spirits and Mrs. Hratcher Wednesday night. FOR HALE. Judge of the Court of Appeals, was and anxious to start for France. My Ice plant, flvo ton capacity, Mr. Duncan Hamilton, a soldier in town a few days tho first of the n Squire Patton caused quite a bit equipped to make a boy, whose homo Is at Greenville, week. Wo hope the judge wins the plant was hero yesterday, the guest of his nomination. of merriment at tho office ot the A. at a great deal less cost than to buy Every week adds to this department the newest P. A. yesterday morning. Answering a new aunt, Mrs. Tom Rlack. plant. This plant Is in creations in Ladies' Headwear. So you can come to You that aro in need of a new-Plo- a telephone call the Squire put the first-clacondition. Was us, get the latest as it comes out from week to week. and a good ono, buy an Oliver wrong end of tho receiver to his ear, Clida Morris and Rhoda Baize, both and last season. Monof Renfrow, were married ot tho or Illount's True Blue. None better and those present were not a little ey making business. Can sell all This department is in charge of Miss Berry, a lady See ACTON BROS., amused to hear tho Squire saying, "I tho ice that you can manufacture. homo of the brido yesterday. Rev. made. who has experience who will take care of your 3012 Hartford, Ky. can't understand you. Speak a lit- Reason for selling, am going to leave Marvin Embry olllciated. wants. tle louder and etc." Tho Squire says State. Miss Corlnne Shults, who is Willie Rradle, W. E. ELLIS. it was real mean of the folks to laugh 36tf of Muhlcnburg Do your spring shopping at our store, and reschool nt Rowling Green, was county, and Lula Nail, of Hartford, at his mibtako instead of correcting Hartford, Ky. member that home tho first of tho week on ac- it. colored, were married by the County count of the serious illness of her AVAR NOTES. Judge Saturday afternoon. small brother. Do your duty help by Miss Cnthleen Tichcnor visited her a week now tho greatest big tle For the annals of mankind batMrs. Howard Gray who has spent your presence at the in brother. Mr. Ray TIchenor, at Center- has tho winter at Jackson, Fla., is visit- meeting to be held at the raged In France. town Saturday. She was accompaniIt was a gigantic ing the family of Mr. H. P. Taylor. Court House, April attempt of the German army to break ed by Miss Willie Dennett. 6th. She will leave soon for her homo at through the Allies' lines. YOUK EASTER EGGS. Otto Wallace, small son of Mr. St. Johns, Kans. Tom Wallace, of Cromwell, while More than eight hundred thousMrs. R. K. Bean and children, of You good housewives who are in a scufllo with another boy and German and Austrian soldiers Narrows, left Monday for Woodburn, to do your bit for the naked or wero brought up for the battle. Of Tuesday had his arm broken. Ky. Mr. Bean is employed in the phans of Belgium: The Junior Red this number it Is estimated that 400,-00- 0 Mr. J. C. Drown and sister, Miss drug business at Woodburn, and the Cross that is doing such a patriotic havo been killed, wounded or and christian service by clothing the made prisoners. Quisle, went to Louisville Sunday to family will rcsldo there. visit their brother, Mr. Ellis Drown, naked Belgian orphans is asking A special Easter service will bo you to give your eggs laid on Holy who Is a soldier at Camp Taylor. The Allies' lino at one point was i held at the Methodist church Sunday. Easter Sunday to Us fund to buy pushed back 25 miles, but tho lino Mr. Charlie W. Mllllgan was in An excellent musical program has cloth and material. It is a call of was not broken. Attorney Otto Martin The Hartford Republican court at Fordsvlllo Saturday. attended Hartford Wednesday and qualified in been arranged for the meeting. mercy. Heed It. Take tho eggs to any merchant in tho county and he j In man power the Germans aro bo- county couit as Notary Public for Everybody is urged to attend. wiil report tho number and price tojlleved to have lost three times as Ohio county. .MARCH 'JD FRIDAY Attorney Earnest Woodward, of Mr. James Nance, linotypo opera the Junior Red Cross, and your name 'many as the Alles. Louisville, was hero Wednesday. Myrtle Canon, of Horse tor on tho Owensboro Messenger, will bo entered on Its Honor Roll. Miss Tho tldo of tho battle is ebbing Branch, has accepted apositlon as camo up to spend Sunday with his ICE ON SALE. Miss Leta Ilagland, of East View, milliner in a store at Garfield, In family here. Germanward, and tho great German Mr. Nance will move visited at Horse Branch last week. Personal News drive has failed ot its purposo to his family to Owensboro this week. Rreckenridge county. Have ice at plrnit, made last season, break tho Allies' lines. plant-ndellvered-a- t Sunday school will be organized Mr. and Mrs. George Arnold, of we will sell at Mrs. Margaret Powers and son, I and Social Euents. CO per hundred while It lasts, for at Rosine the first Sunday In April. British and French military authorCannon, of Narrows, have returned Owensboro, are Indebted to the stork cash onl'. Expect to get plant start- ities assure the Allies from a .visit with Mrs. Powers son, for a 13 pound boy. Mr. Arnold Is that the great Mrs. T. R. Petrle, of Indianapolis, Cooper, In Minnesota. passenger conductor on tho Owens- ed by tho first of April. battle will in tho end bo a substanIce tickets out that were pur- tial victory All Ind.lR here to visit her mother, Mrs. boro branch of Illinois Central for tho Allies. Miss Etta Holder was In Owcnsboro chased last season, deliver to W. E. J. E. Fogle who Is very 111. It Is a weo bit of a girl, weighing Tuesday. & Bro's, and get them redeem Ellis only six and a halt pounds, and it It is regarded as certain that all County attorney A. D. Kirk, con- arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Editor W. H. Combs, of the Herald, ed. They will not be negotiable this serious danger to tho Allies' lines Mr. Henry M. Plrtle went to Owcns- ducted sonic prosecutions In Esquire will go to Loulsvlllo Monday to at- season. Will sell new books of has passed. Lorenzo Acton yesterday morning. boro Wednesday. fo- - this season. Rice's court in Fordsvlllo Saturday. m tend tho State meeting of the Ken tickets ELLIS ICE CO., FOR SALE. We have tho Black Hawk two-Ro- tucky editors to discuss means of A Sunday school will bo organized Hartford, Ky. My residence, consisting ot , flvo Mr. J. I. Goodman, foreman of the and ono Row corn Planters. Publicity for the Liberty Loan Bond at Olaton Sunday. rooms, hall and largo pantry. Has office, went to Owonsboro No better made. See us before buy- sale. Herald AT RIPK OLD AGE. electric lights and water in house. County Attorney A. D. Kirk was in Saturday for a day or two with his ing. family. Good stable, buggy house Single Comb White Leghorn Eggs ACTON BROS. 3!t2 and all yesterday. Owcnsboro Mrs Ellen Acton, widow of the Into necessary outbuildings. for hatching, 6 cents each, $5.00 the Thomas W. Everlasting Acton of Mt. Vernon, Mr. L. G. Shults and Miss Ernie well of soft water In ten leot ot Mr. Isaac Foster will go to Nash- hundred. Bought all my roosters Judgo Mack Cook spent Sunday died Monday night of senility. Burikitchen door. Johnson, both of Prentls, wero mar- ville soon, where he will bo engaged from a fine yard for this year. ' with friends nt Arnold. al was beside her husband in Mt. ried by tho county Judgo In his olllco on the construction of tho big gov36tf W. E. ELLIS, MRS. ROBERT E. LEE, Vernon cemetery. Mrs Acton was ernment powder factory near that 3St4p R. 1, Olaton, Ky. eighty Hartford, Ky. Mr. John Neighbors, of Olaton, was Tuesday. six years old at tho timo of her city. hero on business Tuesday, death. Before her marrlago, nearly SEED CORN FOR SALE. Parvln Johnston, of Camp Zachary First Sorgt. Geo. A. Benlnger, U. soventy years ago, sho was a Halo, Taylor, visited his father, J. I). Johns S. A. Signal Corps, of Fort Sam HousTho ladles of tho Hartford Mr. Isaac Foster was In and a sister of tho lato Dr. Joseph Tho price or my Boono County ton and family, of Sulphur Springs, church are observing Holy Week ton, Tex., Is visiting tho family of Hale, n on business Tuesday. wollknown of White seed corn from this dato unWednesday. as a weok of prayer. Thoy hold dal Mr. and Mrs. N. B. White, of near Owensboro. Mrs. Acton was nn aunt til further notlco, shelled, gradod. ly meotlngs at tho homes of Olaton. Sorgt. Beningor is a Mrs. Annlo Lashbrook is visiting of tho wlfo of tho editor of this pa- sacked, ready to plant is $5.00 per Mrs. Salllo N. Rowo who has been brother of Mrs. White. 111 Daviess county this week. per. bushol. Tho seed Is from a plot ot living In Owonsboro for tho past o-- o threo acres that made an average of Mr. S. K. Allen, ot Fordsvlllo, has Miss Artie May, of Loulsvlllo, has Rural Carrier Carl Anderson wont year, has returned to her homo ut AN UNFORTUNATE FAMILY'. 108 bushels per ncro, Is porfectly grocery to Claudu Fraze. Mr. accepted a position as stenographer Contortown. sold his to Owonsboro Wednesday. matured, dry and tight on cob. If Allen will move to Owensboro whoro in tho olllco of County Attorney A. About threo weoks ngo tho wife of strong germinating, vigorous growI). Kirk whilo Mrs. A. K. Anderson Leo Mason and Shelby Bosket havo ho will engage In tho grocery Dr. C. R. .Bennett, of Mcllonry, Mr. Grnnvlllo Harrison, a farmer ing, high yielding, acclimated seed Is taking a business course In a Bowlformed n partnership and will con called on us whilo in town living about threo miles bolow Llvor-mor- e, will Incrcaso tho crop only flvo bush ing Green Business college. duct n general morchandlso business in McLean county, died. A els per acre, there will bo an addiTom Harrison went to McLean at Contortown. few days later Mr. Harrison came to tional 35 to 40 bushels of corn on county Monday to soo his brother's FOR SALE 250 largo trees; Mr. T. P. Fentress, of Barretts Hartford to see his brother, Mr. account of ono bushel of seed. Tho Mrs. Eliza Jano Taylor, of Beaver children, five of whom have measles, whlto oak, black oak, poplur and red Thomas Harrison, and while hero was Ferry, was among our callors best Is the cheapest. and two ot them aro at tho point of gum. 2 Vi miles from switch and 4 Dam, has gono to .South Dakota attacked with measles, and Is still JOHN T. JACKSON, miles from Green Rivor. Reason for death. whoro sho will spend tho summer confined to his room. Monday Mr. 34tf Rockport, Ky. salo, too largo to handlo on small Mr. Klbby Horrel, of Rockport, with relatives. Harrison had notice that his live Mr. Will Johnson, a merchant of mill. L D. FULKERSON, was hero a day or two tho first of tho children had measles, and that two ot KSTRAYKD. Echols, Ky. Mr. It. T. Collins, who travols for Barretts Ferry, visited his sou, Elvis, 39t4p weok. Estraycd from my promises March them wero critically ill. Mr. Harrl-- ! at Chlcamauga, Ga., last weok. Mr. tho Dupont Powder Company, camo ono black, blazo face maro, s. son was formerly a citizen of Nar-j-- 5 Mrs! F. B. DoWltt and son, Harold, Mrs. JaB. T. Mooro spout from homo Saturday to spend a few days Johnson's son is a soldier in camp ium size. Any information leading loft this morning for Camp Pike, there. -. Friday till Monday with relatives at with his family. ;to recovery of maro will be Hberly re Arkansas, to be with Capt. DeWltt, i BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCKS. Dukehurst. ' warded. S. C. RHODE ISLAND REDS, who is in the military service thero. Mrs. J. N. Martin, who spent the Hred to lay and weigh. Solectcd MRS. HENRY (DR.) SMITH, Mrs. J. O. Luwrcnco and children winter with her son, Mr. R. R. Mar- largo size, good shape and color. Mrs. DoWltt will probably remain eggs, $1.00 per 15, straight. Rates Prentiss, Ky. eggs on application aro visiting Mrs. Lnwronco's mother tin, here, returned last weok to her Eggs $1.00 par IS. Hens reason there until her husband is transferr- on Incubator able. MRS. VANDER ALLEN.Crom- - ed to other quarters. homo nt Cromwoll. CORN KOK SALE. Can fill from 2 to 4 orders per day. ut Rarretts Forry. well, Ky. 37t4 200 bushels mixed shelled corn, 3 JOHN A. WILSON, Hon. Henry Hughe, of Padiuali, 10-t- f Your BOY In Franco need your Mr. Ed Mooro was summoned homo Hartford, Ky, litllos north of Hartford. Prlco right; Mr. J. 11. Thomas went to Louis has liwii secured to uddirss tho Lib--4e terms to suit. Akron, Ohio, on account of tho help; your BOY eniouto to Franco from to spend a fo days with erty Jmii Rally to bo held ut tho FARM FOR SALE. T. WADE HTRATTON, need jour help; your ROY who Is ville Kcrlous illness of his wlfo. jot to bo culled iicitl-- jour help, inul his family, and will be present nt tho Court House, here, ut 1 o'clock p. A farm of 157 acres for 'sale. 39tf Cromwell, K- -. editor's in., April (I Mr. Hughes is ono of Heavily Umbered, and coal laid. Mr. Leslie Godsoy, of Olaton, wus our neighbor's BOY needs tho hi'lp meeting ot the Kentucky (he best orator in Western Kentucky Located two miles south of Taylur All kinds ot high class ni g taken to Louisville hut week and op- of till of us, mi let iiiinii remain uwny Liberty Loan Bond Salo Publicity con and should have nn Immense mooting hero ference, aj the Seelbach Hotel L. D. FULKERSON, Minos. done at THE REPUBU.... erated on for npnendlaltlv. lie Its final tlm Liberty Loan 39tlp Eohols, Ky. ou April Uth. slowly recovering, yesterday. Mrs. Ed Moore, who has had nn of pneumonia, Ih improving. Mrs. H. E. Hnyncs was in Spring Goods! $60,-000,0- 00 MILLINERY. 10-to- ss ed , It Pays to Trade With a House That Saves You Money. ed , I ot w phj-slcla- ' med-row- to-da- y i it-lu- tf 1P'W SUBSTITUTE FLOUR IN BREAD 25 PER CENT Food Administrator Sackett Announces Further Cut In Use of Wheat. Federal Food Administrator Fred M. Sackptt has returned from Washington where ho attended a meeting of tho administrators from the various States. Ho announced that a number of the new regulations are being prepared, tho observance of which are made necessary by the shortage of wheat.due to the demands made upon this country for the armies fighting in Europe. In addition to the farmers being nsked to turn in all wheat for milling by May 1 In order that supplies may not be stopped in going abroad.certaln other Inter pretations, notably having to do with " rule which requires tho the purchaso of an equal number of pounds of substitutes with all wheat "fifty-fifty- braska, Is acceptable to Chairman Dent of tho Houso military commlttco and will be pressed In tho Houso and an effort will ho made to get President Wilson's support. Meantime Chnirman Dent announced that ho would not unnecessarily delay the quota bill, hut until Secretary linker's return. Tho compromlso proposes tho following plan: "Quotns. . . .shall hereafter ho determined In proportion to the total number of porsons registered and (in a llablo for military scrvico state), and credit shall bo given. . . . for the number of men who havo entered the military service of tho United States from any such state, territory, district or subdivision thereof since April, 1017." to-da- y MASTKIt COMMISSIOXKIVS SAI.K. W. D. moro or less, .... TAFFY. flour have been made. Not only must dealers buy substitutes with every lot of wheat flour hut they must buy their substitutes at the same time as the flour from the seller of the flour, or present written statements showing tho purchase elsewhere of the requisite substitutes, not balanced by other purchases of wheat flour. If, however, the whole saler has sold both flour and substitutes and has not the substitutes on hand, Mr. Sackett made It perfectly plain that such wholesaler must refrain from shipping tho flour until he receives tho substitutes and can ship them with It. ' It also was determined at the conference that our own short crop of that the wheat makes necessary amount of substitutes required in the baking of Victory bread shall be increased on April 14 to 25 per cent. This Is an addition to tho present requirement that all Victory bread must contain 20 per cent. It simply goes to show that as the bakers Improve in the use of substitutes the amount of substitutes! in the bread will have to bo increased, and it wa bo that later on further Increases will bo needed, that every effort will bo made to supply the men who are fighting the battles of people at homo for liberty and freedom, and feel certain necessary by the present conditions of our food supplies will be cheerfully borne by those who are lighting tliobe same battles behind the lines. Farmers arc very busy and much spring work isf being done. Mrs. Harve Smith is much improv ed ,but Mrs. John Davis is no bottci. Mrs. Itosa llarr, of Hartford, was tho guest of relatives hero Monday night. Mrs. Mona Sharp and daughter, f Pleasant Ridge have been spendlnr a few days with Clarence Patton and family. Miss Susie Raymond, of Adaburg, is tho guest of her sister, Mrs. Ira D. Funk. How's This? We offer Ono Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Hall's Catarrh Medicine has been taltcn by catarrh sufferers for tho past thirty-fiv- e years, and has become known as the jnost reliable remedy for Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Medicine acts thru the Blood on the Mucous surfaces, expelling the Poison from the Blood and healing the diseased portions. After you have taken Hall's Catarrh Medicine for a short time you will see a creat Improvement In your general health. Start taking Hall's Catarrh Medicine at once and get rid of catarrh. Send fci testimonials, free. . F J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. Ohio. Sold by all Druggists. 75c. 1 ENGLAND AND ITALY UEDUCKS SHOE PRICES There has already been a drop in for footwear In England In view of tho Government's action in placing on the market standardized shoes mado at controlled rates of profit, according to a report to the United States Department of Commerce. At a recent exhibition of "wartime" boots :9 samples were shown, , ranging fiom heavy boots forecasters a and laborers to shoos for ordinary MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. street use, and children's shoes. Prices tanging from $2.0(1 to SC3S a G. W. Athorton. Pl'ff. Vs. Notice of Sale. pair. Tho shoos urn made entirely of ct al Dofts. C. price Is A. Hy Pattorson, Judgment and ordor leather and tho retailer's vlrtuo of a stamped on the hole. of salo directed to mo from tho Ohio Ualltin Mice factories tiro manu iy""" Court at Its March, 191S term. Circuit .: facturlng htaudutdized shoes, using in tho abovo styled action in iiivors uuiuim-antleather furnished by tho Government, oi mo piamuii agumsi wiu with Inin tho sum of 290.00 which controls tho system of sales to terest thereon at tho rate of C per tho public. cent por annum from tho 7th day- of In England the manufacture of July, 1917, until paid and to pay cost of action and standard cloth for men's sulU ha tho this salo, thiswill offor for tho cost I salo at of mado rapid progress, 24 pattern be- public outcry to tho highest and best ing Included In the first goods shown, bidder at the Court Houso door In As now planned, provision Is mudu Hartford, Ky., on Monday, tho 1st tho hour at of for 750,000 to 1,000,000 suits ready dayone April, 1918,m., about credit ot on a o'clock p. of delivery from June to August six months the following described for Tho project may later Include pro- property A lot or parcel of land situated In duction of certain classes of cloth fi r county, KenPoint women's wear, with a grudually tucky, Pleasant, Ohio beginning at Oreen River and rango ot production ui.ilor fiintitnrr ilinnrxt nncl it I th I , W TCva widening t Via. M 1 UtIMItlh W M4JW ! Government standardization. orly's lino 10 poles to a stono; thenco south 10 poles to a stone; thenco west &Vi poles to Green River; COMPROMISE DRAFT thenco north with said River to tho PLAN IS KUGGKS'I El) beglnnlng.contalnlng 90 bquaro poles, mnru or less. Tho purchasor will be required to Washington, March,- A compro- purchase money mlso plan to baso tho army draft execute bond for thosalo and a Hon Immediately after quota on rotitrlctlou iind liability to will bo retained for further becur- servlco, iiuteud of tho pronaut Inula ltvl. " . Given undor my hand this, tho 14th of btnto population ot Provont Marday ot March. 1918. shal Gououil Crowder's plan to lmo OTTO O. MARTIN, it on claim oho, liu lxwn fntiiml by S7t3 Mantor CommhMitmor. No- & Slmmerimin, Attorneys. U leu u Representative Sluilloiibrser, of the prices charged by retailers Mr. Clarence Patton made a business call at Centertown Sunday. Mr. Robert Lee Welsh, of Pleasant Ridge, was the guest of Miss Booda Sharp last "Wednesday evening. Miss Eliza Gay Funk has measles at the home of her Uncle, Jake Shafer near town. spent Tuesday Mr. Alva Kirk night with his sister, Mrs. J. T. Taylor. Mr. Roscoo Baird purchased two nice calves from Ira D. Funk Tuesday. The infant babe of Bud McKInley was burled at Clenrrun Wednesday. flee. Tho purchaser will bo required to execute bond with approved securitv FORM OF AIHIUKSS immediately after sale and a li. i FOR OVKRSKA MAILS will be retained as additional for the purchase money. Given under my hand this, tliPersons who send mall to members March, of tho Expeditionary Forces are par- 14th day of OTTO C.191S. MARTIN, ticularly requested, in a statement is- 37t3 Master Commlslonor. by the Post Olhce Department, L. Heavrln and C. M. Crowe M. sued Attorneys. to use ink only in writing the X! Every piece of mail matter should also bear the name and addrss MASTKi: COMMISSIONER'S SA1.1' of the sender. Daviess Circuit Court. Heavy paper, canvas, or cloth William I.. Decker. Admr., otc, Pin- Vs. Notice of Sale. should be used for wrapping packages. When canvas or cloth Is used National Deposit Rank, et til., Dolt By virtue of an ordor of sale di tho address should be written on a rected to nto from the Daviess ii shipping tag, with the name and ad- cuu uouri in ine nnovo siyieo acdress of the sender on the reverse tion, I will offer for sale at lnblic outcry to tho highest and best bidside. der at the Court House door in HartGiven names should be written in ford, Ky., on Monday, the 1st day of of April, that beini; regular County full, instead of initials. The title the addressee and the full name of Court day, at about the hour of one six the unit of organization to which he o'clock p. m.. on a credit of land months, the following described Is assigned should be added. It being t: sufficient In the way of further adA certain tract ot land in Ohio dress to use the words "American county, Kentucky, and bounded as follows: Expeditionary Forces." 's Beginning at a stone in J. T. line, near his house, on the road; thence with said road east to CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE to i COMPANY QUITS a white oak; thenco south-eas- t white oak and chestnut oak; thence east to a small hickory on top of The Cumberland Telephone Com- hill in J. W. Wright's line; thence pany has taken out their exchanges with tho same to J. E. Hendrick's said at Leitchfleld and Caneyvlllo and cornor; thence with J. P. line west Metcalf's straight through to will quit business In Grayson county. line; thence with said line north to of tho company will be tho beginning, containing seventy-fiv- e The toll lines acres, more or less, and being connected with the switchboard of conveyed to John G. the Grayson County Telephone Com- the same P. L. Felix, Commissioner, Delker by pany's exchanges, thereby enabling on tho 6th day of August, 1904, by , the Cumberland Company to reach deed recorded in Deed Book , Ohio County Court Clerk's all parts of tho county through the pagc Homo Company's lines. Leitchfleld office The purchaser will bo required to Gazett. execute bond with approved security Immediately after sale. This March 12th, 10 IS. OTTO C. MARTIN, Master Commissioner. 37t3 FOR FLETCHER'S '""Ir-i.jito-wiMet-calf- A certain lot or parcel of lnnd lying In Ohio county, Ky., near the town ot Beaver Dam, containing one acre, more or less, and being n part of tho land conveyed to tho said J. W. Moselcy on tho 2nd day of July, 1904, by L. S. Smith as shown by record in tho olllco of tho Clerk of the Ohio County Court, In deed book No. 39, pago 110, and being tho same land reserved in depd from J. W. Moselcy and wifo to 11. C. Cummins. Also a houso and lot in the town of Hartford, fronting 7S feet on Fox Alley (now Center Street) nnd run ning back with Peach Alley 80 feet; thenco at right angles to tho right 7S feet to the corner of lot conveyed by H. D. McIIenry nnd wife to Mary Guenther nnd her children of date January Sth, 1S90; thenco at right angles to the right SO feet to Fox Alley (now Center Street) nnd em bracing the lots conveyed to Mary Guenther, Nicholas Guenther, Henrietta Guenther and Maggie Guenther by Jas. A. Thomas. Also lot con veyed by Bettlo Rowo to last named parties and lot conveyed by H. D. McHenry and wife to Mary Guenther and her children. All being parts of lot No. 4 i and deed above referred to recorded In Ohio County Clerk's office in deed book 11, pago 5C4, and being same lot conveyed to grantors by T. H. Black, etc., on Nov. 20, 191 1. which deed is of record in deed book 50, page 92, Ohio County Clerk's ot- -' erty Ohio Circuit Court. W. J. Madcn, Pl'ff. Vs. Notlco of Sale. J. W. Moseloy, ct al, Defts. By vlrtuo of a Judgment and ordor of sale directed to mo from tho Ohio Circuit Court at Its March term. 1D1S, lu tho abovo styled action In favor of W. J. Madcn for tho sum of $650.00, with interest thereon at tho rate of 6 por cent por annum from tho 10th day of Septomber, 1916, until paid nnd the furthor sum of $71.10 In favor of tho Parlln & Orendorff Plow Co., with interest thereon at tho rate of 6 por cent per annum from tho 26th day ot May, 1915, until paid nnd tho costs ot this action together with tho costs of this sale, I will offer for salo at public outcry to tho highest and best bidder at tho court houso door In Hartford, Ky., on Monday, tho 1st day of April, 191S, at about tho hour of one o'clock p. m., on a credit of six months tho following described prop to-wi- t: corded In deed book No, 27, pago 242, Ohio County Clerk's ofllcc. Also nnother tract beginning at a stono on tho road In Keown's lino; thenco N. with county road 8 ynrds to n persimmon; thenco castwardly 150 yards to a hickory; thenco n llt-lsoutheaitwardly nbout 220 yards to a whlto oak In P. L. Alford's lino; thenco up said branch nbout 40 ynrds to said Alford's and Keown's corner; thenco S. 65 W. to tho beginning containing , ncres, moro or less, conveyed from W. C. Leach to P. L. Alford, deed recorded In deed hood No; .19, pago 397, Ohio County Clerk's olllco. Tho purchasor will bo required to execute boud Immediately after the salo with approved security for tho purchaso monoy nnd a lien will bo retained as additional security. Given under my hand, this tho 14th day ot March, 191S. OTTO C. MARTIN, 37t3 Master Commissioner. Bnrnes & Smith, M. L. Heavrln, Attorneys. 6-lo 3-- nought of J. II. and Stratton hy P. L. Alford, re- WILL YOU TAKE OUR i w r vu unlaw I n ASkbsL. 2MrA3MNb mm KHTvk svVv ri.r .jjuk nMMBHviwr srti GERMINAL REMEDY A Treatment 'for WEAK : ilUILL nwsrii t . -- tvi N y3& .toA : Of AMERICAN IULALJH i IMBHMi a IASHft. LUNGS or CONSUMPTION llSt,v It I first la the beam ot It countrymen. In m city where good hotel bound, th 1'owhitiu held tho rundown frelinc. Inr iliai ..!,!, coughs, pain In chest, nleht sweats. Iirmor. nn itMget, weak Uinr or consumption, FOr..tt.fONEtltnl.MONTH yo It cost Dlttp OHIO MEDICAL nolk!. CO, you SS.'! DR. c1uhc. The Towliatin it tefincJ, ami e J. H. THORPE OWIiNSIJORO. KY. E E, EAR, THROAT, NOSE And FittinuofGlassca lent location en rennivlvama Avenue, 18th and II Street'. tnaVrt it a deiiraMr headqiur ten (or bridal couple, totiritt parties, contentions. School and teitful lt excel- Tomplu Masonic o o o ooooooooooooooooooo COURT DIRECTORY. ooooooooooooooooooo o o o CIRCUIT COUUT. R. W. Slack, Owemboro. Corn'th. Attorney C. E. Smith, Hartford. Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. Mnster Commissioner Otto C. Mar- Judge tin, Hnrtford. Trustee Jury Fund Hartford. The Powhatan " attract the people ol culture and education. It prmimity to State, War and f'nv Department, also to man )oinu til hiitoncal interest, makes this hotel especially attractive lo a discriminating public. The Powhatan offer room with detached bith at SI. 0. 12.00 and up. Rooms with pit vatc bath, Z 10, S3 00 and up. Write for hotllet with mip, CLIFFORD M. LEWIS. Manager collecc. , on KtenlAlJlIlT rromi'tlj ntlalnt In r.J THAtlOMAIIKS til coui.li m, vr in, t . UuUaJn TATCNT8 THAT PAY. a.ltfiiiMl.'.enitiinniutiU.ki our tpnM AiitlTieJp you j sumwk SM tisiltt, vJwtoor Hrth (or FREE mwl to iwii BOS-BO- O PASSING PJXFCriENCCS. For frr (luU on rrcnubi rtrnt writ to yran' irrtJo. BUR I WASHINGTON, D. C. Sovanth Strost, Cal P. Keown, HIHi.fiHifl .Jim , u '' ifcr 1st Monday in March 12 days Corn'th. and Civil. 1st Monday in May 12 dayi Civil. In July 12 days 1st Monday Corn'th. nnd Civil. 3d Monday In September 12 days Civil. 4th Monday in November 12 days Corn'th. and Civil. COUNTY NEW NOT SOLD U N,D E THE 8EWINQ MACHUNE OF QUALITY. J Used 40 Years COURT. Meets first Monday In each month Judst" Mack Cook. County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. Clerk W. C. Blankenshlp. SlierllT S. A. ISrntcher. Superintendent E. S. Howard. Jailor Worth Tichenor. r D. E. Ward. C. S. Moxley. Surveyor Coroner Dr. A. B. Ulley. TISCAI, COL'KT. ' Meets Tuesday after first Mondaj In Jauunry, April and October. 1st IiNti-ir- t Ed Shown, Hartford, Routo n. nil District Sam L. Slovens, Bearer Dam. !til District Q. B. Brown, Simmons. District G. W. Itowe, Center- town, ."tli District W. C. Daugherty.Baize- town. (Hli District W. S. Dean, Dundee. 7t!i District B. F. Rice. Fordsville. 8th District B. C. Rhoades, Hart . ford, Route 5. j ' n ANY OTHER NAME. HOMEOARDUI i WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. 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Our rorvfun Oorrtwpondenu art) constantly u the watch for tilings new and Intcrtxllng aud It U , ronUlniH 8h NstM CO iiinisrnrnuop norisnapvr wafj tor u.r jiuan u uu luinn ,m.mi id. iiunja. mtur Mhalca (17 l'SCfw) for tli IVija anH MirjawiniiioiQRiAiAininc(iisriowinmafcvmr6 Moow lw and Tflisirarb Outttla, ..Englm. lloata. l.. s lr...l .. K.. I.b.,1,.J. II""! (Ulllllllltl, a IVUtaiDI io tnictlons lor the iIocbiailc,Canirr n J Bortmn Sl.nO PER YEAH 8INOLX COPIES. 18c urtMr rrsM fue Mt4Mltf r tnm - tMlt ftmpl copy wiU b nt on Tb Written So You Can Understand Dp"mt l't( Itl rn rt POPULAR MCCHANICS MAGAZINE no PNicrug-- n nvtnu, bnibAuo rqyts tV cm i iwn s s MASTKIt COMMISSIONERS SALE. O. W. Emhry, et al., ITffs. Vs. Notlco of Sale. P. L. Alford, nt al., Defts. Hy vlrtuo of an ordor ot salo Ohio Circuit Court. 20. 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Alford's, deceased, home tract, deeded to P. L. Alford by tho heirs or tho Kald deceased, July 2Ctli, 1902, recorded in deed book No. 20, pago 414, Ohio Cuonty Clerk's olllco. Also another tract beginning at a btono at Ileal's corner; thenco N. 15 E. with P. Ii. Alford's lino to a sweet .. ... 1., ... gum anu. iron woou ui u. 11, i.wiui a corner In n branch; thonco up said branch to Sainuo'. Keown's corner In Boar) lino; thuiioa wjth said line to tho beginning, coiitalning 70 acres 1 lew xp K 'T EiseowesT? n.-i- n, n, inir tnmxGaaM35&cTmixarBa:xoM IPIn lift leu mast knew whit ! new In huslntu askf faj. try, lo loTentlon tod rWncs. Ott out of tha rut nt to Ux Urine 70a aUARANTKED fl ATISaTACXOlVi Olt HOHEY KEtfUNMED. riossn AND ALL THROAT AW) UlMGTROUQIES is aarrwil wrttrtmtwinnmitm . 'as & nee MVXP& jii.i uciu Mia 1 6rv vk.sv: 1 rntrr. ... B5n erty, wnt to rui"ctr4 to-wl- t: .BBW Popular Science Monthly1 nV It. Issi drAwiuirurujioi'hiurviiMriM'ditukii sr4 a,lvlov. buw U oLUln (uUuU. IraJu soiaA, I PROCUneOANDDCrCNDED.WM''HM. to-w- it: Duff. Jan. 25 and 20 Common School tae) Inttrwtlnf n4 ufo Mcitht lasS Ux Mret montjr wona. KTrr ssvMta 300 Picture Jl tot enlfUccnta. 300 Articba All th couirUbu. i'tc, in ILL cnllNTnirn Jlmiiiun JirertIH Walking ton JKi iW.I av Diploma Examination. May 10 and 11 Common School Diploma Examination. May 17 and 18 County Teachers' Examination (white). May 24 and 25 County Teachers' Examination (colored). Juno 22 and 23 County and Stnto Teachers' Examination (white). Juno 28 and 29 County and Stato Teachers' Examination (colored). Sept. 20 and 21 County and Stato Teachers' Examination (whlto). Sept, 27 and 28 County aud Stato Ucm sad laVrotloni la leetrleltr and wircl. In sma aeroplane, m notrreni ana tutoaMK , and la mchloTr mv r itont ind lnfrinmit Prattle titluslvtlj. 'mo or r.im tu us at Ulhia tteMt, asar Ualud Suits TaUat 03c, I WASFHNQTON. D. C. Iimm. M mm mry um. noaUi, lncludlns rcrrlf eraUire, twaltrr furoltura, utomoUlo shop npaln, au. Uraa It I full morx'jMTU.klnr, Up-sTlHUwritlMssa plain &auk r mm aa hart. Hwtansbtllont ' 0t 18 Cant a Copy $1.60 K Yaar It from a DrwtdcaWr ar writ) alract. to ronolarSckncaUoattilr, MtFaortn AtcN.T, T7HCC FKCE, (. Tstawhys1aJlvt utM SJ mUm Ult Mv CU11 Secured or Your Monow itnot. If you tako tlio Prnuchoii trolniiiK t utlmsiiiuJminl.,rwv thn on The llepubllcAB for Mno ciiri tiiko ItufcoUroaor tu mill. Writa ful! S raducab, kyr UOSITIO'N OOOD t v RUDYARD KIPLING ON GERMAN CULTURE If Hun Prevails Ideals Of AH Free Democracies , i Must Perish. Kolkstono, EiiBland'Nothlng olso exept tinder heaven innttcrs wnr shall ro on to victory," that tho to-da- y K compensation for Injury after five fense days under the workmen's" compen"If for any reason whatever wo fall sation net, abolishing districts. aliort of victory and thero Is no hnlf-wa- y Senator Carter To create Kentuchouso between victory and de- ky council of defense for period of feat what happens to us? This: war, composed of nine members ap"Every rolntlon, every understand- pointed by the Governor and appro-printin- g ing, every decency upon which civili$50,000. zation has been so anxiously built up Senator Antler To provide for will go will bo wnshel out, becauso six month school term unless fund Is It will havo boon proved unablo to sufficient to extend It without reducenduro. Tho whole Idea of democra- ing the salary and standard of teachcy which at bottom is what tho ers and provide for Auditor to Issue Hurts fight against will bo dismissed warrants for nny Installment of the from men's minds, becauso It will State school fund fdr which money is havo been shown Incapablo of main- not available. taining Itself against the Hun. It will Senator Burton To merge duties die; nml It will die discredited, to- of hotel Inspector, food Inspector and gether with every belief mid practlco tuberculosis commission in State that Is based on It. Hoard of Health and grant counties root-noti"The Hun's Ideal, tho Hun's option of maintaining efficient health of life, will tako its place departments. throughout tho world. Under that Hepresenatlve C. M. Thomas To dispensation man will becomo onco prohibit vagrancy mid pormit court inoro tlio naiurai prey, uouy aim to suspend sentence on condition that neighbor. Roods, of his better-arme- d prisoner work for certain period Woman will bo the mere Instrument Senator Lewis To reapportion vessel for continuing tho breed; the Stato road fund appropriating 7f per of man's lust and man's cruelty; and cent of cost in counties having a to-tlabor will becomo a thluR to bo assessment of less than $5,000,-00- 0 knocked on tho head if It dares to making minimum apportionment If give trouble, and worked to denth of SO per cent of cost In counties it does not. And from this order of with $10,000,000 assessment, making life thero will bo no appeal possibility eight hours constitute day's work. of any escape. This Is what tho Senator Glenn To amend section Hun means when he says ho Intends TM9. Kentucky Statutes, so that to Impose German k tilt u re- which Is banks, Hfo lnsuranco companies and tho German rollglon upon tho world. may requlro borrower to InThis Is preclsoly what tho world has others sure life and assign it as collateral banded Itself together to resist. tho premium being consider"It will take ovory ounce In us; It without ed its usurious charge for loan. will try us out to tho nuked soul. Senator Harlan To creato Stato Our trial will not bo mado less by militia for period of war. tho earnest ndvlco and suggestions Senator Harlan To provide Tor that wo should accept somo sort of removal of county offlcors for miscompromise, which means defeat, put mid malfeasance in office. forward by tho Hun agents and con- feasance Hopresenatlvo Minor To permit federates ninoiiK us. Thoy nro busy of banks und trust comin that direction ulready. Hut bo stnbllshnient panies In counties of 2D.000 population with $30,000 capital, $.10,000 when population Is 40,000 nnd $100,-00- 0 over 40,000 population. Itopresenatlvo Kloir To provide for jury fixing punishment of death Judge fixing In other cases. Hopresenatlvo McDonogh To appropriate $;n,000 for the blind After Being Relieved of Or- school. ul - dcclnreil Iluclynrd Kipling hero In n striking nml plcturesquo speech In ad"Tho monoy vocacy of war HnvlnRB. wo loan to tho Government helps to net our land and our world free," Kipling. "Oiir secontinued Mr, curity for our loan Is not only tho whole of thcllritlHh Kiuplrc, hut nlso tho wliolo of civilization which hns pooled ItH resources In men, money and material to carry on this war to victory. "What Is tho personal aspect of tho caso for you and me? Wo are llRht-in- g for our lives, tho lives of every man, woman and child hero und ovorywhoro else. "Wo nro fighting that wo may not ho herded Into actual Blavery, such ns forced by their arms In largo parts of Kurope. "Wo nro flRhtlnB against eighteen hours a day forced labor under lash or at tho point of tho bayonet, with ;i iIor's death mill i (Ior's burial at tho cud of It. "Wo nro fighting that men, women mid children may not he tortued, burned and mutilated In the public streets, ns hns happened in this town mid In hundreds of others. And wo will go on lighting till tho raco who liuve done theso things arc in no position to continue or repeat their of- Nothing nothing wo 'for Injunction to abate houses of may havo to enduro now will weigh lewdness. HeprcaontatlTO Danta To abolcompared with ono fcathor-wolRwhat wo Hhnll most cortntnly havo to ish offlco of County Assessor and suffer If for any causo wo fall of vic- creato county tax commissioner, qualified by domination under State Tax tory." ms Commission, elected by pcoplo and compensation eligible to 1111,1,8 PASSED UY to bo 5 cents tho $100 for tho first THE I.KUISIiATUKK $1,000,000 assessed and 2 cents tho $100 nbovo that, subject to penalties Frankfort, Ky., March. Tho fal- for omissions nnd duplications. lowing bills woro pfM,od by th s Representative A. L. Hamilton To which concluded It i.csslon lovy tax of 40 cents on tho $100 for Stnto purposes, 15 conts for general -expenditure fund, 18 cents for schools, Senator HunUsmnn To prohibit session of firearms and expletives by 1 cents for University of Kentucky, alien enemies. cents for Eastern Normal School, Senator Hlchardson To prohibit cents 'for Western Normnl School, possession, use of salo of Illicit stills. mid :t cents for tho Slate road fund. Sonntor Swlnford To require ownSenator McFnrland To abolish ers of abutting property to clear pub- special examinations for county lic roads of weeds and brush. superintendent nnd requlro diploma, Senator Harlan To provide bud- granting degree of bachelor of arts or get system creating budget commis- science, llfo certificate or advanced sion. certificate from tho normal schools or Senator Richardson To provide tho University of Kentucky, fixing for advertising ordinances of fifth-cla- Bnlary at $800 to $1,500, changing school ago to six to eighteen years cities. To allow day's nnd permitting counties to lovy 30 Senator Carter pay to persona responding to Jury cents school tax. Representative Hell Dog tax law, service, but not sworn or accepted. Senator Taylor To prohibit ship- $1 on males, $2 on first female and ment for hire of Intoxicating liquor $4 thereafter. Representative Ryans To provide Into the local option territory and the for commission to make farm of Presreceipt by consignee. Senator Glenn To reapportion ident Zachary Taylor Into memorial suro of thin: ht t'.-dit- y: ss Senatorial districts. Senator Llttrcll To regulate practlco of vetrlnnry surgery. Senator Perry To empower State Itoad Commissioner to fix standard of maintenance for blghwnys built with State aid, requiring counties to maintain them, nnd authorize tho use of that county's apportionment of tho State road fund to maintain the road If any county falls to keep them up. park. Representative Young To prescribe order of exemption to housekeepers. Representative Rndcllffe To pro- vido State license In lieu of nil other Senator Loach To provide for licenses for lnsuranco agents. To Representative Dcmunbruii provide that at expiration of present Auditor's term his place on tho State Tax Commission shall bo filled by npportlonntc. To reRopresentatlvo Waggoner quire all statements in applications for marriage llcens to bo attached to and mado part of certificate. Representative Elllston To appropriate $5,000 for additional clerk hire in the Auditor's office. Senator Rogers To provide for annual meeting of Tax Assessors in COXSCI KNTIOUS OIUKCTORS DOING COMPULSORY DUTY To regulate admission to practlco of law under board appointed by the Court of Appeals. Senator Helm To permit corporcorpor-o- f buy other ations to for each day thoy attend fiscal court. Scnato bill to requlro notation of extension of note on margin of record in clerk's offlco, passed 61 to3. Senate bill to give police courts jurisdiction of violators of compulsory attendance law. Scnato bill to remove disability of owners of stud, Jack or bull kopt for hire from serving on grand Jury, Sonato bill to prohibit fraudulent disposal of personal property on which thero is a mortgage Hen. Senate bill to permit losing party In temporary Injunction suit to appeal to Court of Appoals. Senate bill to abolish fellow-servano rulo of law nnd modify of contributory ncgllgenco to conform to Federal law. Senate bill to Prohibit fraudulent advertising of nny character In newspapers or by posters or handbills. Scnato bill to prohibit vagrancy nnd to requlro offender to work on farm In lieu of fine. Senate bill to placo revenue agents under tho supervision of tho Stato Tax Commission. Seuato bill tp regulnto tho salo of wood alchohol. offlco of Senate bill abolishing of State Inspector 'nnd examiner schools, conimlsioncr of motor vehicles and supervisor of revenue agents amended by striking out the section applying to tho school Inspector nnd special assistant to tho attorney gcnoral. House bill providing for mechanic's Hen on motor vehicles for repairs. House bill redisricting the Stato into 100 legislative districts. House Hill To provide for compulsory education of deaf. House Hill To Increase Confederate pensions to $12 (The House increased tho pension from $10 to $15. The amendment reducing it to $12 was offered by Senator Glenn). Houso Hill To limit State text book commission to changing 50 per cent, of text hooks in five years. To provide for payHouse Hill ment of county judges' salnry monthly (they now aro paid quarterly). ts doc-trln- Biggest Reading Value for your Family H fsfnf! H SSklf TheYnitKs Companion Illtrh In Idenls of home life nnd elvlc life. lavish In the nmount of trading It brines to all aces. The Most for all hands. The But from all sources. country." Current Events, Nature nnd Science, Family Pa;?e, Boys' Page, Girls' Page, Children's Page, Doctor's Corner, Things to Make, Money to Save, Games and Sports to Play, Companion Receipts. 52 issues, 52.00. 12 Great Seriali or Group Stories for 1918 tlien 250 Shorter Stories Rare articles by noted authorities. 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Senator Leach To provide no assignment of wages of less than $11110 shall bo valid against employer unless accepted by him In writing Senator Smith To provide for contest of constitutional amendment election giving Franklin Circuit Court exclusive jurisdiction. Senator Combs To provide aid for county and district tuburculosi3 snnttnrla. Senator Rogers To permit Stato Tax Commission to extend tlnto for to kill workingmen regardless of race, nationality or religion. I believe In class struggle. I think United States had no moral right to enter this war. I am not going to collect debts for Messrs. P. Morgan and J. D. Therefore you must exRockefeller. empt me if you want less troublo for United States government." Stanley Piksrys, a waiter, who classifies himself as a conscientious member of Socialist party, nnd Internationalist, informed his exemption board of tho above facts by letter. 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Senator Combs To provide for sopnrnte registration books for women and nonpartisan school ballots In primaries und school elections. Senator Smith To provldo for registration of soldiers and sailors who may bo absent on duty on election day. s i Mothers. I! use 7 V Senator Harris To requlro and verminree For the Children A safe, old fashioned reetedy for worms. Strenly.fire yean contmu. us um u the Mil testimonial FREVS VERMIFUGE ca offer you. Kea WrtdatlwinaakaaJ. h was mI $Cy' Retfs V NOW RAISES 600 CHICKENS ganic Trouble by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Pink-ham- I. 's Oregon, III. "I took Lydla E. Vegetable Compound for an or ganic trouble which IIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIII pulled me down un til i could not put my foot to tho floor and could scarcely do my work, and as I live on a small farm and raise six hundred chickens every year it made It very naru for me. 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Representative Richard Radcliffo Senator Richardson To abolish To permit fraternal bonofit societies Hoard of Control of Charltablo Into provldo whole family lnsuranco. stitutions and the Hoard of Prison Representative Dadcliffo To Commissioners and creato a Commisappropriation for Confedoruto sion of Ponal und Eleemosynary In- Homo from $3,500 to $5,000 monthly, Htltiitlnim nt thn fltntn. rnnitinKPil nf Representative Spurrier To pro- mnmhnnl , ,, nnotBli ilv thn vldo penalty of $25 to $100 flno for aovernor drinking in train. J Sonntor nichardson To abolish Representative Johnson To regit- - tottlcea of 80Cr0tary to Insurnnco Rat- lato establishment of public ditches , ln Uonrti attorney for Ratlnu Board. and drains. and special assistants to Attorney Representative Martin To change General. timo of filing statement of campaign Senator Rlshardsou To placo moexpenses under the corrupt practlco tor vohlclo department under Stato act. Tax Commissioner of Motor Vehicles; Representative A! J. Oliver To ap- to make Stato Inspector and Examinpropriate $50,000 annually for State er tho inspector and examiner of Tax Commission. schools, abolishing Inspector and Representative Spurrier To proof schools, and placing Convide for ono tax supervisor for each federate Record Department under Magisterial district. the Confederate Pension Department. Representative Jones To provldo Senate bill to allow magistrates $4 or require Representative Davis-- To election returns from districts con- taining more than ono county to bo ceruiifd to secretary oi mate. reRiilato lights on motor vohlclcs. Ropresentntlvo Van Hooso To prohibit teaching of German In eleinon-tnr- y and high schools. Representative T. P. Oliver To provldo for registration of Stato and Federal offlcors and ministers on days othor than tho regular registration day. Senator Taylor To forfeit char ter of town fulling for six months to liintntaln municipalities. Senator Frost To mako holder of ,0Ba, UUo tQ ,and Boptombor 1( ,,rl. mnrUy lIab,0 for t(uea Bonntor 1UTO8 To provide that no ono except tho personal represena-tiv- o may bring suit on deccdont estate, until six months after he quali- Palmer, Okla., writes: "From the time I entered into womanhood I looked with dread from one month to the next. I suffered with my back and bearing-dow- n pain, unlil life to me was a misery. I would think I could not endure the pain any longer, and I gradually got worse. . . Nothing seemed to help me until, one day, . . . I decided to No Relives Files matter how stubborn the ta ... case may be Petro-Ment- a will bring relief. A trial will convince you. For sale by Ohio County Drug Co. Price 26c. USELIY-VER-LA- X TAKE I I S3 I f"U For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of , Constipation. when pleasnnt Liv- - Ver-La- x keeps yocr on your feet, whilorelievingyour troidv le. Safer too, and easy to take. Doitl tako anything else. You can't afford it Eliminates poisons, cleansesA nys tern and relieves constipation. nal ural remedy, natural in its actions, sure; in its effect and certain in results. 11 wiU won't bo long before Lio- completely displace calomel in evert home. Children can tako it freely an d. with perfect safety. Every bottle Nona 50c and $1 in bottles genuine without the likeness and signs turo of L. K. Gr&sby. For salo by Hsrtforsl i. U. WILLIAMS. Ve--L- csx ipmr-antee- Mia keep l&a lota kraUijr, aee Ufn 2Je, kittla el jam eVunVi ar if rwr Vler obi leacml iloret upUr rw. r aJ 25c b Hubs aaal Wl wni rem a at- - I E. & S. FREY, BALTIMORE. I m H. CM "I took four bottles," Mrs. Jones goes on to say, "and was not only greatly relieved, but can truthfully say that I have not a pain. . . " It ha3 now been two years since I tookCardui, and I am still in good health. . . I would advise any woman or girl to use Cardul who is a sufferer from any female trouble." If yousufferpain caused from womanly trouble, or if you feel the need of a good strengthening tonic to build up yourrun-dow- n 6ystem, take the advice of Mrs. Jones, Try Cardul. It helped her. We believe It will help you. f rqm work for days by taking Peel right all tho time. Don't lay o calomel The Woman's Tonic V.A' iflKpnfcwi Hazelwood Sanatorium For the Treatment of Tuberculosis Maintained by the LouisAsville sociation for the adequats treatment of tuberculosis in all its stages at less than cost. Rates $12.50 per weck.includ-in- g board, medical attention, laundry, etc. High ground commanding extensive view. Delightful surroundings. Send for Descriptive DooUet STATION Tl We Knock the Spots Out of Tbligi Ladies' and Men's Garments French Dry Cleaned and Press Buperlor Manner. Send ns your Garments Them fta g and stoTt CLEANED CLHAN Packages called (or and All Druggists J. 68 uellrarsi. " THE ELTE PRESSING CLUI A. DR. O. O. MILLER rhrdcUn In Chart E LOUISVILLE, KY, Ira Nail, Prop. M.U.W, MJC HARTFORD, KENTUOKT MAOAN. much Interest was manifested by teachers, pupils and patrons present sur-Tcy- Tho program follows: C. S. Moxley, the county Cantata "Ileatitlful City." was hero Saturday dolnB some ' Invocation. surveying. Processional March. Mr. Louis Shnrp who has been sick Chorus Welcome. ' for somcUmo 13 slowly Improving. Oration "Tho Neferoc's Loyalty to. Mr. Herbert Mldklft and family Moselcy's His Flag," Cocll D. Thompson. to Charllo Iiavo moved "Tonting Quintette iarm, near Kalph, where Mr. Mldklft will ralso n crop before tlmo for Beaver Dam School. "Spiritual Life," Mar- Kecltatlon achool to begin. gucrettc A. Barrett. Mrs. Mary Westcrfleld Holbrook Lottie Uoswell. Recitation and daughter, Ituby, of Uuford, were Chorus "Boys May Whistle, Girls here a few days last week preparing '' to move their property to their home Must Sing." "No Eiccllcucc. Without Oration at Uuford. Mr. Homlo Helton and wife and Labor," Janlo May Acton. Sqlo Mary Ellen Carter. daughter, Mary Louise, of Sulphur Becltatton "Poor Llttlo Joe," spent Saturday night and Springs, Sunday with Mrs. Helton's brother, Pearl Fant. Oration "Passing of a. Dark Mr. Tom Helton, Blair McPherson who Joined the Cloud," Edwlna Morton. ' Chorus "Drobkie't .Lullaby." navy about three months ago, has Oration "The, American Union i been ordered to report for service. Necessity,1' Lattfd B, "Wo offer him our best wishes while Geographical Hocker. serving his country. Solo and Chorus "Star Spangled Mr. Forest Hendrlx made his usual Sunday trip through here enrouto to Banner." Itecltatlon "Woman and War," Rhoades, near Gum Mr. Charllo Edna Faut. Springs. Solo "Shepherd Divine," George Miss Emma Wright is attending Danzic. school at Fordsvllle. Oration "Life's Keys to Success," Miss Irene Canary spent Saturday night with Miss Arzella Magan, near Helen Mac Render. The Flower and Patriotic DrilJ. Dundee. Chorus "Tho Rally." Dr. O. V. Edge and wife, of Knotts-flll- e, Address "Value o't an Education," were in town one day last week. Mrs. Dora Hoover and daughter, Georgia E. Smith, principal. Presentation of Diplomas. visited Mrs. Hoover's of Clearrun Prof.' E. S. Howard, Remarks sister, Mrs. Dena Helton, from FriCounty Superintendent. day until Sunday. Chorus "In Our School Days." Misses Minnie and Hellen Wester-fielThere are eight full term and three of Uuford, are visiting friends short term colored schools in .the and relatives here this week. Mr. Ira Barnott came homo from county. The full term schools arc: Hayti, Beaver Dam, Taylor Mines, Canalou, Mo., last week. Mr. Cicero Mldkiff and wife spent McHenry, Rockport, Hockers Bluff, Saturday night with Mr. Mldkiff's Smallhouse and Horton. The part term schools are: Prentiss, Fordsbrother near Tanglowood. Mr. Alec WhiteUouso and wife at- vllle and Independence. tended church at Friendship Sunday. SALESMEN WANTED to solicit Mr. Wallaco Stevens and family, of Deanfield, are visiting Mrs. Stevens' orders lor lubricating oils, greases and paints. Salary or Commission. parents here. Address THE HARVY OIL CO., Cleveland, Ohio. TAFFY. Mr. d, Have Our Boys Gone Over the Top THAT'S GOOD NEWS! The Products of the Kentucky Farmers Brought 154 Millions More in 1917 than 1916. THAT SOUNDS GOOD! 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 Despite the protests of an unro-mantfirst sergeant, slio pulled Hatfield out of the line and proceeded to a waiting justice, where the knot was tied. Then the couple marched back to the line, and amid the cheers of the troopers Hatfield kissed his bride of a few momentH IMiKASANT GKOVK. "good-by,- " and as he stcjpqd aboard a train bound "somewhere" the bride The farmers of this community are boarded a train for her home. very busy during tho pretty weather preparing for another crop. NOTICE. . Mrs. S. D. Matthews, of Fordsvllle, I will receive sealed bids for. the died Monday of last week. old school-hous- e and. )qt at. Hayti the Mr. S. H. Crowe, of near Falls of bid to be for both tho house and lot. .Hough, died Wednesday The county Board wfl! pass on the and was burled at Macedon burying ground bids at its next regular moetlng.tho Thursday. 1st Monday in April. Mr. Bee Peyton returned home The Board reserves the right to from Alton, 111., Wednesday. reject any or all bids. Mr.. H. 0. Whlttlnghll! and son, Torins. Cash, or one half cash and bank Robert tront to Owensboro Saturday. Mr. Austin Uashum's family are no'e for the remainder, due in one year. ifck of measles. E. S. HOWARD. Mr. H. L. Dalton is very sick of S. O. C. S. measles. Messrs. Wilber Davison, Bee Peyton and Jesse Ralph went to Owens- GREATKST WHKAT I'AItM IN WORLD boro Saturday. FordsMr. W. II. Davison went to Chicago, Murch .1. The world's vllle on business Thursday. greatest wheat farm to produce not Mr. Charlie Davison and wife went less than a million bushols of grain to Askins Saturday. Misses Lona Moxley and Pansy this year Is tho patriotic anawor of Davison visited Mr. and Mrs. Charllo Chicago capitalists to tho pica for greater spring wheat production to Dovlson Saturday. make up for the expected winter IJHAVKK DAM. wheat crop shortage reported by Senator McCumber, of North Dakota, to Health of the town is good at this Congress us reason for fixing the min imum price of wheat at $2,75 per writing. The Cumberland Telephoso com- bushel. pany haB u crew of linemen here Tho farm, which includes 50,000 acres of virgin prairie In tho fertile wiring the town. Mrs. Nettle Shrader who has spent Snlpo Lake District in West Central tho winter with her uncle, Mr. Joe Saskatchewan, has only recently been opened up by tho Canadian Northern Robertson, has returned home. MIbs Jesslo Cannon has accepted Railroad. It is proposed to sow two-thira position as saleslady In a Louisville of tho groat area this spring, using huge farm tractors that will store. The Drlsklll Brothers havo gone to seed the entire ucroage in ten days' time. Tho management of tho enterLouisville on n business trip. mm prise is in tho hands of J. E. Hans-kin- s, FOIt SALE. one of tho largest farm operasprings, mattress tors in Western Canada, who holds One bedstead, ml dresser. MRS. OLLIE BAHN-EThe record for breaking new land with 38tf an achievement of 2,600 acres In sixty Hartford Ky. days with one tractor. COM)ItKI) COMMENCEMENT. Sufficient attention to tho prevenThe commencement for all the tion of fires would reduce the amount schools, of tho county was held of farm damage and therefore the it tho court houso hero Thursday rate of Insurance premiums to cover and Friday of lust week. the lire losses, says a Department of The program was excellently rend- Agriculturo bulletin on fire ered, the attendance was good and ds T, col-ured Taffy March 25. A heavy rala Saturday night. The family of M. G. Funk all have measles. Four new telephone lines are being run to the Taffy exchange. Mrs Clabe Crowe, age 62 died at her home Saturday night of heart failure. The remains were laid to rest in the Adaburg burying ground Monday after noon. She leaves a husband and eight children to mourn Iter loss with a host of friends, Mr. Ira D. Funk and wife spent Sunday with Charlie Feemster and family of Palo. Airs. Mona Sharp and daughter, Booda returned to their home at Pleasant Wdge Thursday after several days stay with Clarence Patton and children. Jell hero MILITARY ORDHIIH TAKES SECOND 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. PL ACE Leavenworth, Kan., March Z. Military orders take second place when tho orders of "General" Cupid are issued, according to Mrs. Charlie Hatfield, until lately Miss Florence Cunningham. Miss Cunningham arrived here to marry Hatfield, who was under orders for "overseas" duty. She found on her arrival his company lined up at the depot, ready to en We Will Have No Formal Opening This Season This is no time for formalities. Business; close, clean business, is an absolute 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. Get busy now. Look us over. We will take care of you to the best of our ability. ' i! train. lc jfi mnvjmvfmmmnmmmmmmaam READY-TO-WEA- R 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. I 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. CLOTHING DEPARTMENT. Suits for Young Men, Old Men, Middle-age- d and Boys. AH sizes fat or lean. Men There is a real clothing store in this department. All the new things for young men. WHAT A SATISFACTION TO KNOW that you can come to this store and get everything you need TO WEAR, TO EAT, TO FURNISH YOUR HOME, TO CULTIVATE YOUR CROP, TO COOK YOUR MEALS, TO CARRY YOU TO TOWN 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. take the advantage, but everything open and above board. We solicit your patronage strictly upon these principles and the merits of our merchandise 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 f E. P. BARNES Be&ver Daon, Kentucky. I. rmr . BRO n wmimwiiwh " t'i r tfcmRu'Vur.cs jjKta rws .- -