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The Hartford republican: April 5, 1918 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1918 hao1918040501_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: April 5, 1918 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1918 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. he Fine Job Work. VOL. XXX. ALLIES DELAY PUZZLING II. S, -- Wttrtfori) DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE IkpubUcan. OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No. 40 ' TIIK HELL OF WAR. Along with HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 1918. AT THE EXEMPTION' HOARD. 4,000 STRIKE AT MRS. .1. K. FOGLE DKAI). GERMAN WOUNDED K . courtesy to put on many of tho drill ' exercises practiced at tho camp. It Opportunity For Hitting Sacrifices. was Interesting and exciting, but at Hun Fatal Blow Fast tho samo tlmo appalling to seo men Passing. training ln tho refined art of killing Washington, April 1. A French Norfolk, Va., April 1. Governtheir fellow men. official estimate of the German losses ment war work in tho Hampton roads Tho most Interesting featuro to tho by a In tho great battlo on tho western district was Interrupted y writer was tho chargo from tho CALLS HALT WEATHER front puts their total casualties at be- trenches. Preparatory to the chargo, strike of several thousand carpenters tween 275,000 and 300,000 men. Tho the men wero ordered to stand closo Plants Involved nnd other workers. Germans are sending most of their to tho protecting wall of tho trench. nro tho Hampton roads naval base, wounded to Belgium, it Is declared, to Tho trenches woro about seven feet nrmy depot at Bush Bluff and tho the Enemy Is Given Favorable conceal from the German people their deep, with tho wall next tho point of ordinance depot at Pig's Point, oil To Dig, In Say Chance heavy sacrifices. Norfolk and the Langlcy avla- near attack boarded up perpendicularly. The dispatches follow: Authorities. tlon field at Hampton. to chargo tho men, acty offensive, At the order "After an eleven-daThe carpenters Inaugurated tho ing as a unlt.pitchlng their guns up to during which tho Germans have reck- tho surface of tho field, and then strike for an increase In pay, and at lessly pushed forward their attacking grasping tho top of tho trench swung plants a sympathetic somo of tho .1. German April Amsterdam. waves ono may gather a fairly ac their bodies over It. Then charging strlko among metal workers, plumb- newspapers received hero assert that curate estimate of their losses. followed. Union ra nnil niiclnocrs on tho run, with fixed bayonets, rush the marked decrease In the fighting "In tho flr3t place, it has been pos ed upon enemy dummies suspended leaders said tonight that the btrlke In Franco was made necessary liy the slblo to Identify nearly one hundred from racks, and ran tholr bayonets was not a union movement, but govbad weather, hut that it booh will of their divisions since tho beginning through the enemy's body. It was ernment offlclals and contractors said begin again. of tho offensive, more than ten of make-believ- o aro union most of tho men Involved war, but tho rush and which were twice engaged. Some di tho yell of the charging soldiers, and and that they accepted this as men Washington, April 3. With the visions had to be relieved at tho end tho fierce bayonet thrusts at the dumevidence that tho strlko was tho rebattle of l'icardy brought to u standof the first day, having lost more than my enemy gave ono an idea of tho concerted union action. sult of still for the tlmo being, at least, and half of their men, such was tho caso real hell of war. Draft Stutus Is Fixed. the Initial momentum of tho German and Eighty-eightof tho Forty-fift- h Burroughs, of the NorChairman Apparently moro horrible but in drive overcome, military observers The later has been nearly entirely fact more scientific were tho bayonet folk County draft board, nnnounccd by tho weru plainly puzzled wiped out. Among those that have charges of man to man. The soldiers tonight that his board 'immediately had fact that a great counter-nssausuffered the most are the Fifth, wore wire masK5, such as aro worn by would review all classifications and not doveloped. Tho psychological and Ono Hun'welfth, Twenty-eight- h Involved ln the strike that tho men baseball catchers, and heavy padded moment of tho counter stroke, unand Seventh Divisions, as well jackets. dred who have been given deferred classiTwo lines of soldiers at CIRCUIT COURT SUITS. der the rules of strategy, thoy think, as the Second (Prussian Guard) the, about thirty paces would receive tho fication by the board would be placif It has not already passIs passing, and Twenty-sSixteenth, tho Twenty-fir- st 1" unless entitled by reaorder to charge. With bodies bent ed, without a recorded movement of Tho following suits have been fil- ed In "Class Divisions of reserves. ixth of their forward to meet tho impact, with toward throwing ed in the Circuit Clerk's olllce since sons other than the character the allied forces "In the second place, an enormous bayonets pointed at tho enemy, tho work to deferred classification. back tho exhausted too beforo ho has tho last term of court: number of corpses were found on the soldier at the order to chargo would The btrlko started at the naval had time to dig himself In. K. F. Gabbert vs. L. & N. Railroad battlo ground, and the prisoners on rush with the fury of tho hurricane base, where leaders of strikers claimOfficers hero ndmlt frankly, howev- Company, claim for damage to crops being questioned acknowledged the At Bush Tho guns wero to tho encounter. er, that they do not know what the on account of Improper Hood drain- ed 3,000 men wero out. army depot extent of the losses of their respective light wood and tho bayonets wero Bluff, where an immense situation nt the front Is. If any re- age. Damages ln the sum of $S53 carpenters units. blunted, but with all, the chargo in port has come from Generals HIIss claimed. Glenn, Barnes & Smith, is being constructed, 500 "To conceal from tho German volved the danger of severe thrusts. to have walked out, followexwere said nttornoys for plnlntllT. or Pershing that would sorvo to people the heavy sacrifices that their trades. All car Tho purpose was to glvo a mortal plain the defensive tactics of the AlThomas Decker sues tho I. C. Rail ed by men Jn other building offensive methods required tho Ger- thrust, and not until such a thrust the or- engaged la lies, it is a carefully guarded secret. road Company on personal Injury penters mans aro sending most of their was given wero tho combatants orwere sain m Naturally nothing would bo mado claim for $5,000. Deckor claims to inancc depot at Pig's Point wounded to Belgium. men to have quit work, Ai JUNIOR UKI) CROSS. dered to return to their stations. public regarding such advices, ovon havo been Injured by defendant's by tho union "It Is not an exaggeratlootoestl- - Several minutes sometimes elapsed In order of train, through negligence of the com- while 500 men, principally carpenwithout Secretary Baker's at bemate the total of their losses were the struggle beforo what would havo The Woman's Literary Club has yesterday shutting down absolutely pany's employes. Wilson nnd Rob- ters, employed at Langloy Field, 275,000 to 300,000 men." reported to have struck. announcements ertson, attorneys for plaintiff. to the Juniors the fund here- tween been a fatal thrust had the bayonets donated on War Department Few Return To Work. been of real steel, was made. Tho tofore used annually to buy books regarding operations In France. That Mrs. M. C. O'Bannon and Miss Bot- RECENT DEEDS RECORDED. Mai. Butler, at the army baso at for their library. Mm I'neUnort Coal i however, to make i enn boys said tho fun was rough. order has served, ' a few of Tuesday morning Mrs. Bailess, of Tho newspaper people were shown olllcers oven more cautious about dis- Coinnany for value of coal alleged Bush Bluff, said tonight that Alec Kelly and wife to H. C. been induced to Louisville, ono of tho State directors cussing the .situation Informally tho Lewis gun in action. This gun to hnvo been taken from the plain ho strikers there had lot in Dundee, $350. T. H. Ben 13 -- r.ii.rn It also was an of tho Red Cross Woman's work, gave i wnrk. tho one most used In aeroplane It is posslblo, it was suggested, tilt's land. Heavrln & Martin, at.. nn.i wifn in A. A. nnd N. C. Ash campaign mapped torneys for plaintiffs. nounced that Moj. Gitchols had been the school a splendid talk on the warfare It shoots tho regulation that the plan of Washington to at- French children as sho saw them by 50 acres, $1,225. Mary Ann army gun cartridge, and will disout by Gen. Foch Is of far greater T. L. Baker sues I. C. Railroad ordered hero from Eugene Allen, lot ln In an Company for $225 for alleged injury tempt to settle tho controversy be- while touring their country five years Johnson to charge 600 shots a minute. jicopo than would bo Involved y, $100. Ray Cook to E. B. Fin-lecontractors. ago, and of their condition to hurl tho enemy back to his to stock. Wilson and Robertson, at- tween the men and the effort 27 acres, $400. J. H. B. Car1 4) GERMAN GUX. She also visited tho girls work room, old linos. Tho German defenses torneys for plaintiff. son and wife to I. C. Porter, 25 acres, TO DINNER AT ALMSHOUSE. inspected their sowing, which she Delia G. Hale sues Irvln Halo for thero which huccossfully stemmed tho and wife to H. V. W. Acton praised in tho highest terms, and $2S0. British assault In 1016 are still In- divorce, alleging abandonment and Washington, April 1. Plans for a Acton, lot In Dundee, Tho members of tho Fiscal Court, mado valuable suggestions for their C. nnd Salllo even If tho Allies wcro suc- failure to support herself and child. tact, and to S. L. St. supercannon, a great gun of long $500. Cora Wilson attorneys for tho Sheriff and a few other invited work in tho future. ono with cessful in rushing tho German lines Heavrln & Martin, Clair, 4 acres, $150. Zuma Tally and range possibly similar to tho guests, were entertained at dinner over tho twenty or thlrty-inll- o plaintiff. back acres, which the Gnrmans havo been bomWado, 1 by Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Smith at tho FIRST APPLICATION OF LAW. husband to C. R. zono ho has wrested from them they barding Paris, have been submitted to $100. N. P. Kelly and others to W. Those pres-Almshouse Wednesday. KICK'S COURT. defenses when their SQUIRK would faco those 104 acres, $2,- - Secretary Daniels by naval ordnanco S. and S. M. Evans, wor Justices. Ed Shown, W. S. own organization was badly demoralTho first application of a now law Haycraft and wife to Una experts, after months of experiment. and their nion Rico held a busy term Dean, Ben Rice, Sam Stevens, Butler providing for a reward of $10 for ap- 000. Oda Esquire Ben ized by their advanco however, that the and H. B. Leach, 25 acres, $850. It Is understood, Rhoads, William Daugherty and Geo. prehension bUowing tho wear and tear of a pro- of court in Fordsvlllo Saturday. Counof persons damaging roport Included a statement thot tho R. Robertson to P. A. RobertKirk, Phil longed offensive. ty Attorney A. D. Kirk was present Rowo; County Attorney A. D. school property was applied in tho son, 2Yz acres for lovo and affection. ordnanco officers do not believe the Sheriff S. A. Bratcher, Judgo Mock Fordsvlllo country recently. ns prosecutor. a weapon Small. of such Allied Losses EdP. W. Gray and wife to S. M. Gray military value In tho case of Commonwealth vs Cook, chauffeur Alex Curtis, and Dean Kirk apprehended Arthur reaching hero as to allied would compensate for the time und Figures 13 acres, $100. J. B. Chancellor and Lawrence itor J. H. Thomas, of tho Hartford Leo Edwards, charged with taking and wife, developing It. losses in tho bitter days just clos- Hobert and wife to J. W. Odoll, lot money spent In disturbing pub- Republican. some books from a school house, and British Tucker, charged with American ordnanco officers havo Bailoy elo-gaed In l'icardy indicate that In Fordsvlllo, $120. Iva E. Mr. and Mrs. Smith served an worship, defendants confessed was paid tho reward provided by law 50 acres, boon Interested In tho possibilities of and French casualties have been un- lic and dinner , which was enjoyed by for apprehending such offenders. and wife to Leslie Renfrow, wifo to long range guns for tho past 10 years. vlow of tho scope guilt and each woro lined $25 expectedly light in Lanham nud all tho guests present, and for which Young Edwards returned the books, $050. G. G. "game was not of tho action. One estimate heard, cost. Arthur Ford, two lots in Fqrdsvllle, Tho belief that tho as one officer ex guests wo are authorized to express and skeedaddled. Commonwealth vs Henderson Mills candle," accuracy Is open to although Its $1,000. Arthur Ford ana who s worth tho We charged with liv- tho most unbounded thanks. prevented rapid doubt, nxes tho total, Including pris- and Sarah Awtry, lntorest in lot in Fordsvllle, to John pressed Is IIAltX. pleaded wero about to omit to montion that LIGHTNING FIRES experiments wero not and 130,-00- 0 ing ln adultery, defendants progress, but oners, nt between 125,000 H. Loyd, $750. County Physician E. B. Pendleton fined $20 each. dropped, and, since tho entrance of " . for tho twclvo days of coaslcss gullt.y and wcro present, and that ho was ono of During tho storm Wednesday mornvs Irvln Halo, was Commonwealth llfty-flv- o niilo front. tho United States Into tho war aimbattlo along a LANDMARK REMOVED. falling to maintain n tho princes of entertainers. ing lightning fired tho barn of Mr. ed interest has been evidenced la tho Is to bo compured, if correct, charged with This Wo woro shown through tho var- Morris Harnett, just across tho river child, settled out of court. with French estimates of 350,000 to dependont Narrows was, a sawmill was Navy Department. Beforo and within a few n stipulated sum In ious wards of tho institution, which from Hartford, Reports wero heard In some quar450,000 Germans killed, wounded Dofendent paid located on Rough rlvor thero. In porlod. settlement. Tho Squiro says hold- woro scrupulously clean und sanita minutes tho entire building was In, that a range of 105 miles or captured during tho samo village grow up from tho lo- ters y fact tho ry, and Interviews with tho Inmates flames. oasy when all of was expected of tho gun under of tho German losses woro ing court is mado Tho hulk tho sawmill with Its crow Indicate that Mr. Smith and his A couplo of farmers had driven cation of plead guilty. Secretary Daniels would For dead and wounded men, ns thoro havo wife are glylng tho inmates tholr wagons in the barn to cscapo hands as pioneer villagers. discuss tho matter in auy way, from tho Allies of havyard has not not been no claims of tho Institution every possible caro tho storm, but neither men nor teams twenty six years tho mill MRS. HECHT FREED. declared that no ing captured any great number of tho boon clear of lumber stacks, and tho but other officials and attention. wero hurt. was at hand on which to onomy, ulthough somo thousands unbeen tho signal for definite data " Tho barn contained sovoral thou- mill whlstlo has Tho murder of Herman Hecht, ox- doubtedly wero tukon. to cor- mako any such estlmato. IWJ HAILSTORM. 23, pounds of tobacco, a quantity tho farmers for miles around sand pressman, shot to death October rect their tlmo pieces. For several of corn, hay and farming Implements. 1010, in his homo, 1522 West Chest QUEER ACCIDENT. operated tho ASSESSOR ARRESTED. Tho biggest hailstorm story of tho Tho loss of building and contents was years Mr. Lon White has nut street, is still a mystory. mill, but ho recently sold It to Mr. as y about f2,000. Mr. Barnett had $400 tho indictment charging his season comes from Fordsvlllo, Charlie, tho young son of Mr. Stove Deputy sheriff, Roy Keown, arrestClydo Herring who will movo It to by Squiro Rice. Bon says Insurance on tho building. vory C. Illnos, Sat- widow, Mrs. Rosa Hecht, with tho ed county assessor, C. Mr. Joo Whlto, who has Ellis, of this place, fell heir to a Logansport. motion of that about eight o'clock Sunday sawyer with tho mill for painful hurt In a rather queor manurday on a chargo of false swearing, crlmo was dismissed on been head SOME ROAD LAW. time, whllo sitting quietAttorney Joseph morning. Tho Boy proforred by F. L. DoIIart. Tho Commonwealth's a quarter of a century, will go with ner, last Sunday daughter, Ida, Joint- ly ln his homo a sudden bombard Huffakor. Hor same capacity. wont to tho barn to turn out somo chargo grows out of a lawsuit Aaron Mosloy and Lout Barrett, Mr. Herring in tho murder, had been ment on tho roof scared him Into out a mulo and HInea and DoIIart. Trial of ly chargod with tho Judgo Cook on Dad Maples, tho veteran lumuor stock and on turning by n Jury Friday. At a Jeomony fits. Ho said ln the absence colored, woro boforo "mulo like" ho came out running, go with Mr. will bo boforo Judge Cook acquitted tho caso with fall stacker, will also provlous trial of both women tho jury of a "dugout" ho called his wifo and a warrant charging thorn summonono foot Btrlkng a board lyng on tho Monday. children to follow him to tho collar. ing to work tho road when disagreed. ground, which bounded up hitting tho He said ho was sure tho Gorman long J ed by tho overseer to do so. Tho boy on tho side of tho hoad, after NKW FISH LAW. SOME HOG. range gun was being trained on tils defendonts woro acquitted on a plen LICKXSK. MARRIAGE which the boy was unconclous for domicile, and held to that belief un- of Insufficient notice, not having requite a tlmo. Ho flually regained his Uudor a now law, effective on Us Ellis Mitch.U, of Dundee, J. Pearl til aftor tho bombardment was over ceived tho required threo days notice. Marlon Farrls, 20, to 680 presence of mind and managed to get passage. It Is lawful to take fish by sold a hog, weighing and he cama to tho surface to find Ovorsoors should tako notice of tho considerably Crumes, 21. net nnd solno in rill tho rivers and pounds, iccelvlng therefor tho tidy to the house, ho suffored 17, Sulphur ailstones as largo as tho modern Ger- fact that tho law requires that tho Shocknoy Martin, says, that for a day or so, but appears to bo reSolnes anu nois streams of tho stato. Since this hailstorm has road hand shall havo threo days no- little sum of $98.40. Ellis F. Harris, 18, Sulphur man shells. on tlmo and covering, though his hearing is somo-wh- at must bo of not loss than two Inches Springs, to Ida not boon reported from any other tice of roadworklng sorvlco to make It he had not been short Impaired upon the sldo of tho must first ho Springs. meshes, and a llcenso htm legally responsible for falling to Inclination he could have mado quite Georgo Moseman, 23, St. Louis, to source wo glvo It solely on Ben's wound. from tho oillco of tho county hog out of this pig. a secured perform the service. Opal Bennett, 24, Centertown. to-dah. lt "pall-beare- rs nj Ro-sln- e, to-da-OUT-SHOO- T nt Wes-terfield nt to-da- y, -to-daT To-darn on Tho examination of tho draft boys goes steadily on at tho exemption board. It is expected now that a call for SOO.OOO men will bo mado at an early date, nnd the examination boards will bo busy for somc-tlm- o to come, preparing soldiers for tho call. Those passed for scrvlco sinco our report last week aro: Miilln Mldklff, Fordsvlllo; Leslie Acton (col.), Hartford; Robert Plum-mc- r, Prentiss; Roscoo Hall, Fordslllrch vlllo; Ed Owen, Dcanfield; (col.), Heaver Dam; Karl Chlnn Wcstcrflcld, Whltcsvlllo; William C. Hay Sanders, Douglas, Cromwell; Horse Branch ; Carl P. Moslcy, (col.) Unrtfnrji; Eddio L. Heed, Heaver Dam; Jesso L. Austin, llcavor Dam; Itoy W. Dennett, Elyra, Ohio; Carl Magan, Olaton; Lewis Smith, Hartford; Kolllo K. Hlshop, Centertown; Arthur Hendrlx, Hartford; William A. Vnught, Wysox; John II. Ilrook-In- s, Central City; Stanley Phillips, Narrows: Charlie Foster. Echols; Chns. K. Cox, Island; Fred Brown, Fordsvlllo, It. 1; Birch Shlelds.Crom- well; Karl I). Maplen.Rockport; Ches ter It. Main, Beaver Dam; Robert B. Leonard McDougall. Centertown; Howe. Mcllenry; Krncst White. Hartford, H. C; Hoy Fram, Paducah, Ky.; Jasper L. Grllllth, Whltesvllle, H. 2; Ira Harnett, Reynolds; William Render, (col.) Mcllonry; Corblt L. Howe, McIIcnry; Slrgue G. Gillstrap, Simmons. Tho death of Mrs. Leila A. Fogle, NORFOLK SHIPYARD which occurred at her home early SENT TO BELGIUM! members of tho Kentucky Press about eighty other As- Carpenters and Other Workers Walk Out, Demanding Wage Increase. Monday morning, April first, came as a profound shock to her wide clrclo of friends. While It was known that she was critically III, all hoped for her recovery and years of continued activity. Medical nklll and untiring devotion woro of no avail. With that bravery with which alio founght overy Inch of ground, when alio found the battlo lost, like tho bravo soldier she made ready for tho Inevitable. Messages of love and Inspiration wero sent to loved ones far away, nnd words of counsel and blessing to those who with untiring devotion ministered to her comfort. Mrs. Poglo was born October 15, 1S5G, only child of Virgil P. and DorIn Infancy cas Barnes Addlngton. her parents dedicated her to God In baptism, the Rev. William Nclklrk of- f c,atnB ln her caHv younR WOman hood sho united with the Methodist church. She gave to her church lovo and loyal support. Juno 6, 18 7, sue was married to tho Hon. Jesse E. Foglo, a prominent attorney of tho Hartford Bar. Mrs. Fogle is survived by her husband, a daughter, Mrs. T. B. Petrle, of Indianapolis, a son, McDowell A. Fogle, a young attorney, nnd two grand daughters. Misses Ruth and A noble woman has Leila- Petrle. gone to a Great Reward. Funeral services were conducted at the family residence Tuesday afternoon, at 2:30 o'clock, by Revs. A. D. Litchfield and R. D. Bennett, after which her remains were laid The to rest ln Oakwood cemetery. were Mrs. Fogle's klns-meJudge J. S. Glenn, Wm. M. Fair, Judge W. H. Barnes. J. H. B. Carspn. R. R. Riley and T. H. Black. Tho beautiful floral offerings and the hostr of sorrowing relatives and friends were the last tribute to a no ble woman. To Conceal From The Ger-- , man People Their Heavy sociation wo spent about thrco hours In tho Camp Taylor Cantonment Mon- day afternoon. Tho olllcers In chargo . .. , n,v.,,nnnop nnnnIn tJttU1fl.t fcllVJ till 'jruirxa fbWl(U waaw court clerk. 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ILER REPUBLICAN FAIR & L-- Jw M. a uflBo 1tfJ 4ft-j- M Whoro violations nro reported the to tho liiRton, near Washington, SLACKER were Instructed to Administrator S3KKTI uiLuumi iiim,.,ihuiiis ii - GIRL "GETS" AJ Phlllnlno Inlnniln, was recently fori?hold open hcirings to tho public nnd r.. favlin I lila Inlnsl Rt.ntlon. all- ' FOOLED PHYSICIANS tho press si that persons falling to near Manila, Una boon ImlhllnR TRFATY IINFAHTIIFR 1 1 In tho nntlon's hour of w I Al lIl8 JlonnB A,. f()r Bomo tmo emergency may be known to their Vt'f rnnlpnts 15 fluid Drachm V . iiilral Knight, comninndcr of tho AhIiii 1' follow-cltlzcn- s. u niossngoof grcctlnB to Itlclloet, sent Youth Who Couldn't Hear Punitive measures, tho nature of 15c- - secretary DiinlcW. Contemplated Alliance In his reply tho For Infants nnd Children. which will be determined by consuln-tln- o Now Training In U. S. Secretary commented upon tho enso tween Germany, Russia with authorities in Washington, with which our warships in Asiatic Army Camp. must bo Imposed by tho State AdminAnd France. waters can now be reached. Tho chain istrators Immediately on proof of vioof stutlons consist of Arlington, Dnr-lelation of tho regulations. San DIcgo, Pearl Harbor and Detroit, Mich., March 30. Al- Whcatless meals and ilays nro opTho text of a secret Cnvltc. rctroRMtl t slacken In Mich tiourjli a majority ViX tional In private homes, but Admintreaty ninned by tho Gorman igan have sought to cvado military ivacoiioL-- a teh uhn , istration officials expect a wholeami Kmperor Nlcholns ..,-n- . i ..(:ni;,. llhoiinintii' PaliiN Itelleveil. servlco by submitting sad stories of hearted response to tho plea for cutof UiiBsIa In 190C, which It has been 'similMinuicFoodbyRuIa-- . "I have used Chamborlaln's Lini- physical nllmcnt or holpless dependting wheat consumption to ono nnd charged tho Gorman Kmpcror wnight ment for pains In tho chest nnd lamejus;-- . than a few classical ex- onc-hnpounds per person per week. to bring about nn nlllnnco between ness of the shoulders duo to rheuma- ents, tnoro bees heard by local boards The method of curtailment Is immacuses havo Germany, Russia anil France ngalnm tism, and am plenscd to say that It 'Zft' and medical examiners. ""li!.ATMAJlOfl . terial, provided consumption hero is Great llrltnln, wna nmong tho secret has noTor failed to giro mo prompt : " Thereby iTOmoum. "I hnvo pricked a good many hot-a- lr diminished sufficiently to allow the public by Leon documents made ChocrfulncssandRcstCofltaifts relief," write Mrs. S. N. Finch, llatn-vlv. i.HTj ' balloons slnco tho draft law ,.. hlpment to the fighting forces nbrontl Trotzky, tho Torolgn Minister of tho n!.., fnrnhlncn0r m N V. iQfi V . said ono Investiga- of tho bare amounts needed to tide effective" fnTNAICOTIC i Minimi Uolshevlk Government. HWiV tor, "and I expect to puncturo a good them over until the harvest. If reThis treaty was signed by the two GKICMAN KAITOIHKS many more. Usually tho draft evadcan be obtained without enKiapcrora on board Kmperor Nlch-alaJIAKK WOODKN SOU'S er who thinks ho Is clever Is pitiably duction tirely giving np wheat at any mnl, yatch, tho Polar Star, off tho JtochilUSJIt clumsy nnd often fnlls Into tho most Food Administration will considInland of HJorkc, on tho Hweedlsh U5jv Thoro are now 180 firms employ slmplo sort of a trap." Tho follow tho zzirmer that Its progrnmnio Is being folcoast, In August, 1905. It bears tho ed la Germany In tho manufacture of I IHmiSmJ ing little system caught more than lowed. Hope Is expressed, however, ,dnto of August 25. The Instrument wholowood soles for now footwear (TaninSmr evador: ono would-b- o Ifc1ftmniIrei" (fca been designated us tho "Iljorke with an output of 400,000 pairs weok- that oven greater reduction than that . - . . .'Z j..Cr A youth alleging defectlvo hearing requested will bo effected if possible, 7rcaty," nnd was bo referred to by 4 AhClpIUlKCnW"'" ly. Ucechwood has been chiefly used, wns taken Into nn examining room. At GonstipationandDiarrhocJ-especially among tho who Kmperor William. any hnrdwood, with tho exception "My hearing Is pretty bad," ho told have a large variety of nourishing Wc'll peaco con- but tho . It was signed while of onk, will servo equally well. E'frrfr j tho medical officer. foods, and among the rural populaference which terminated the Itusso-tpanes- o ydss UsulUnJlhcrefronHj Of tho German boot and shoo fac"That so? Let's see," said tho tion, who are acquainted with many S'aS. war was In session nt Portstories which wcro In cxlstenco before doctor, as he stepped closo to tho racSimilcSijnatare, l wheat substitutes not available to mouth, N. II., and provided for a tho war only 400 nro now at work; young man. commu?MZM. tho dweller In an Industrial "Dcfenslvo Union" between Germnny of these 25 per cent nro working for "Put your hnml over your right nity. M nnd Russia, under which either army administration alone, 25 per ear," said the doctor loudly. gUl1 TirnCcmAmGeHP.. the should como to the aid of the other If cent are employed In connection with The youth did so. KI'IXI'OIICI'I) COXCUKTK attacked by n third European Power. tho manufacture) of gloves and sim"Can you hear this?" asked tho HHIP PROVKS SUCCESS France, then In friendly relations ilar articles, and the remaining 50 physician In a low tone. with Great Hrltal, was to be Invited per cent havo tho task of meeting the No response. nlllanco A Pacific Port,. So successful to Join this civilian boot and shoo requirements. "Can you hear mc now?" This was was of the had signed a the launching hero y nfter llussla nnd Japan spoken In an'ordlnary vole. city. TMC cntaum company, ncw yob Exact Copy of Wrapper. peaco treaty. It appears, however, world's largest reinforced concrete No response. blilp that her builders announced they that knowledge of tho signing of this PARISIANS KILLED "Now put your hand over your loft lnmodlatcly would begin construction paper by tho two Kinporors was withear," said the doctor In a very faint of 51 similar ships of larger size and request of held from Franco at the ATTENDING CHURCH voice. expect that all would bo completed Kmperor William. The order was promptly obeyed; within 18 months. treaty as The text of the Iljnrko the candidate "saw the light" and Six weeks from the day tho translated nnd divulged by the meekly submitted to the rest of the was poured Into the forms, the Siiioluy Government, reads: Shell From Hun's Big Gun examination. 7,900-to- n ship, christened "Faith," 'Poljarnaya Xvoxiln (Polar Stnr), woman, employed A sweet young Crushes Into Good Frilljorke. Aug. 21. 1U0B. Their Imtook tho water. Not a hitch marred in one of the Detroit draft board of peril "Majesties, the Kmperor of All tho operation and ongineers declared day Services. , fices, entiRlit several slnckors who thenificlve.) so satisfied with the No Money KmHustl.1 mi tho ono hand, and tho woro clover enough to foil tli'! medical launching that It would bo unnecesperor of Germany, on thu other, with One Instance, which was sary, In their opinion, to givo the examiners. tiou Guar- n lew of Insuring the lieaco of Seventy-fiv- e Parls. March 20. tho locnl c towing tryout, ngreed to the following persons were killed and ninety reported by a member of a have Faith board, concerned a young man who point- of a treaty regarding a de-- wounded, most of thorn women and as Intended. I f ho was deaf and who ovaiW Insisted Engines will be Installed at once JwEgttj union: ii Price- schildren, when a shell flro by a vler the tosts and tricks of tho oxanilnors. Point 1 Should either of these man long range gun fell on n church and tho Faith put Into commission as As ho left the modlcal room the smile Terms -- A. j? I WSBW UV be attaked by any other in the region of Paris whilo Gooi'. empire rapidly as she can bo fitted out, it which the demure miss flashed nt him wns announced. ' Kurupi .in Power, tho ally shall come Friday services were being hold, acI $WKK2P S10 to caused him to forget war and homo Exports who witnessed the launchto Its ill. I In Kurope with all Its laud cording to an official communication 1 . 1 and country. From Fac ing predicted that concreto construcnnd naal forces. Issued this evening. tory Direct "Wore you accepted?" the young J contracting parties a new era in ship Pul-i- t 2 Tho tion would mark Among those killed was II. Strooli-ll- woman asked In a very low tone. Al'llBate themselves not to make a building, and that tho speed with ifj counselor of the, Swiss legation in they turned me down, and "Nuw, m am 11 cm tere ilu naa am n n an ub vu separate peace with tho common Paris. which such ships could be turned out i hti u u 0WK HOME ar aa rjisj! wiftKW gee, I wanted to " undoubtedly would have an impor enemy. Tho nami) church was struck by a worry, my friend, wo mndo will ship you a beautiful Starck Piano for 30 days' freo trial. In your We tant hearing on the allies' successful "Point 3 The present ngroenient shell (luring tho colouration of high a "Don't home. No cash payment required. All wo ask Is that you will play upon, use the not llttlo mistake you're accepted," at.d tett this piano for 30 days. If. at the end of that time, you do you nnd itever shall come Into force nt tho signing mass last Sunday, and many causual-tlo- s said a drawling volco behind the prosecution of tho war. have that highest grade, sweetest toned and Onest piano in every way, and we will. In that graco is exmoney, you are at perfec liberty to send Japan Untillty rather than seen for the f n peaco between Russia and resulted. event, ray the freight both ways. T. s Starck Piano must make good with sou, slacker. pressed in tho concrete ship's lines. imtl shall remain In forco until a peor mere is no saie. Tho killing of tho women and chiland faced the Tho youth whirled She looks as if she might havo been Easy Payments riod, the date of which shall bo fixed dren who were praying In tho church Save $150.00 or Mora medical officer. He blushed and carved out of rock, so massive Is het Tou pay no cash down, but after SO dayi , upon a year In advance. Wo ship direct to you from our factory, at this afternoon has caused a feeling of stammered, but finally begun to grin. psyment on the lowof trial, you can prices that save you upwards of $150.00 io Jio Duild. "Point i Tho Kmperor of all Rus- horror nnd Intenso Indignation In est, caslet terms tit suggested by a piano cost of your piano. We guarantee to furnish "That's number six for me," said manufacturer. These terms are arranged to you a better piano for the money than you can Tho launching was from a broad sia, on tho coming Into forco of Paris. Tho German oxploslvo missile suit your convenience, and it is possible for You are assured of recdvins secure elsewhere. the girl In tho case. apnecesyou to buy a piano for jour home, without meadow, with none of the usual nbovo treaty, shall tako tho a satisfactory sweet toned durable high grade fell amid an assemblage of peace- m misshig" the money. e. . purtenances of commerce except a piano. sary steps to inform Franco of said loving people, who were beseeching awruii Xiituru Cures, The Dorter Takes the spur track and a couple of construcOK.Yaa Gitaranffa treaty nnd shall propose that Franco heaven to send nn enduring peace on PlayW'Htr.w Fee. 2nd -- Hand Bargains an Every Starck Piano t Starck tion sheds. It is tho contention of should Join tho samo as an ally. the day they wero commemorating Wc bate constantly on band the best and most beautijruaranteed for 25 years. There Is an old saying that "Nature "(Signed) WIMIKL.M. a large number of slightly used ful Iler riuux on th This guarantee has back ever offered that cures, tho doctor takes thefee," hut the builders that concreto vessels can tho greatest sacrifice pianos of all Tou win De w and market. of it our 35 years of piano bo built with no greater preparation "(Signed) NICHOLAS. lighted with the many ex standard makes taVen In expeace should reign on earth. experience, and the repuas everyone knows you can help Nachange for new Starck Pianos meet, and elusive features of these tation of nn wherever land and water "(Countersigned) VON TSCIIIKSKV Fooling runs high In Paris The followwonderful liutrumenU, and and responsible piano bouse. ture very much nnd thereby enable that material always Is at hand or tew sample bargains i IJKNKKNDORFF. AND ing are a will be pleased with the It is no peaco crowd that walks tho It to effect a euro In much less time very low prices at which 60 Free Muslo $110.00 necessity Weber "(CoiiHterslgned) A. UIRILEFI-Y- ' , they can be secured. streets or songregntes in tho cafes, than Is usually required. This Is nearby. This obviates the 92.00 Steinway Lessens costly yards required to handle 'Ilio stern partlculararly truo of colds. Cham- for Piano look Frtu and churches. 90.00 theaters Chickcring To every purchaser of ships, and long Send today for our new 95.00 Kimball Starck Pianos, we give free rcsoultlon to conduct tho war to a berlain's Cough Remedy relieves the wooden and steel piano music lessons, in one of 195.00 beautifully illustrated you Starck boon wnico gives FOR FLETCHER'S schools in successful termination is written on lungs, liquifies the tough mucus and hauls of material. the but known lirce amount of informa Engineers for tho company also Chicago. These lessons you Send for our latest complete tho face of everyone. tion regarding pianos. This aids in Its expectoration, allays the can take In your own home, bargain list. concreto had, took will interest and by mall. This represents ss m Tho American Red Cross once more cough and aids Nature In restoring said that reinforced please you. Write today. not-nbone year's free instruction. distinguished Itself In rescuing injur- the systoin to a healthy condition, m contrary to popular Impression, lMUMI'INKS HV WIHKI.KSS. 1343 SUrck BldiJ., CHICAGO P. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. flexibility under strain and ed persons from the edifice -i. MMsar iMii.M.would, therefore, bo able to stand the . (Populnr Sclenco Monthly.) Feed cards for horses are now re- stress of sea duty. Tho reinforcing Tho last link in a long chain of lli:CKXT LAND SAI.KS. quired In Copenhagen. is expected to prevent possibility of wireless stations, reaching from Arl- Slnco thb declaration of war 1,591 a holo In tho side from collision or Adam Richmond and wlfo to G. F. employees of tho Department of Comother sources except dynamite. The Fulkorson, SO acres $3,500. merce havo entered military and nav- worst that could happen, It was deJohn T. Royal to John W. Farmer, al services. clared, would bo crack. IN orglnlzatlon of mer41 acres $2,050. A Nation-wid- e V. M. Williams to Roy II. Foreman chants Is being made to promoto sales g securities In dry goods and A. F. Graham, 92 acres $4.nu. of THE THRICE-A-WEE- K Ktovo A. Woodwnrd and wlfo to W. and department stores. Kubank, 00 acres $700. A Navy (lying boat, equipped with EDITION OF THE Mrs. Courtney Tells Mow She It. John W. Farmor and wlfo to C. D. a Liberty engine, Hew from Hampton E. NEW YORK WORLD Was Cured by Lydia Koado, Vn to WashliiKton, n dlstanco Kvnns. 21 acres $550. IX 11)1. Pinkham's Vegetable J. II. Stratum and wlfo to Emort of about ISO miles, In two hours. Compound. Ferguson, 70 acreV$500. ClKarotto books, book covers, and Practically a Dally at tho Prlco of You can be a success, and a big success, if you have A. D. Park and others to John papers Invoiced nt tho American cona, Weokly. No other Newspaper In " For yenrs I was Hoouo, C5 acres $'550. Osknloosn, Iowa. sulate nt Nantes, Franco, for tho AMBITION, ERERGY, NERVE. simply in misery from n weakness nnd A. J. Hlnes and wlfo to S. W. Ulnos, United States during 1917 wero valu- tho world gives so much nt so low nwful nnins anil a price. ed at nearly 1,000,000. The road to success is easy if you are properly nothing seemed to 1G4 acres $2,050. Tho valuo and need of a newspaper Hoports aro received every two WIH Sklllmnn to Gllbcit SkiUman, me nny noou. i do household was nover greater prepared. A Business Education is the chief requisite V friend advised mo 85 acres $3,500. weeks by tho Food Administration In tho at tho present time. Wo havo to tnko Lydia K. J. I), llocker and wlfo to Carl M. from tho 19 binder twine establish- than forced to enter tho great world for preparedness. The big men of today almost withPinkham's Vegements of tho country. According to been table Compound. I Taylor, 2G acres $1,250. war, and a largo army of ours Is alout exception are the men who prepared yesterday. did bo and got reMrs. Vera Jarboo to Mary F. and a recent statment thero will no an ready in Franco. You will want to lief right away. I J. F. Allon, lot Fordsvllle $2,000. ample supply of twlno for the ISIS Wo prepare you for the position that are waitin can certainly rehave all tho news from our troops on T. P. Carson and wlfo to L. A. W. harvost. commend this valuKuropean battlefields, and 1918 for the prepared man or woman. School in session able medicine to Corson, 127 acres $1,200. Tho Australian wheat crop for the other women who and wife to K. L. season of 1917-1- 8 Is estimated nt promises to bo tho most momentous J. S. Collier Buffer, for it has year in tho" history of our universe. the entire year. Pupils may enter at any time and 114,020,000 bushels, compared with rinnn such CTOOU Farmer, C7 acre's $1,200. newspaper at so small a No other W. I). Phelps and wife to Solon last year's yield of 1D2(5G5,000. Tho receive proper classification. work for mo and I know it wlUhf-- j price will furnish such prompt and Chlnn, 42 acres $550. 25 per cent decrease Is a result of reUiey win give ixu iw others f world-shakin- g -- Mrs. Lizzie Courtney, 103 8th Ave., Will Carter aud wife to Frank duced acreage aud unfavorable con- accurate nows of theso events. It Is not necessary to say West, Osknloosa, Iowa. Cooper, "Jiacro $100. ditions. . -j Why win women uruj; uiun suffering moro. wlfo to Ed IllrU-loh. L. Daniel nnd to day, year in and year out, WORLD'S THE TIirtlCE-A-WEESrOTMGHT TUltNKI) 100 ucres $700. ouch misery as did Mrs. Courtney, when O.V FOOD HOAHDKltS regular subscription prie is only $1.-0- 0 cuch letters as this are continually being wifo to Mrs. . II. Young and Every woman who Buffers published. per year, nnd this pays for 156 names lot In lleavor Dam infrom displacements, irregularities, ner- Nannlo M. (Incorporated) March 28r1 State papers. Wo offer tills unequalled Washington, $000. flammation, ulceration, backache, nowspapor and Tho Hartford Repubwero Food Administrators y vousness, or who is passing through tho Chango of Lifo should givo this famous'a to enforco rigidly by Inspec- lican together for ono year for ?1.C5. h. OWENSBORO KY. root nnd herb remedy, Lydia trial 1 I or THE REdULAR SUBSCRIPTION tion and Investigation tho Food AdCompound, a Vegetable FOR FLETCHER'S ministrator's now conservation rules PRICE OF THE TWO PAPERS IS special advice writo Lydia E. Plnknom x i CMedicine Co., Lynn, fass. The result -' applicable to all public outing places. $2.06. of its long experience is at your service. ATTEMPTED SECRET - ii,';ya--Juiia- Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria n, .... lf Always Bears the - -"; Signature of a, lio-ca- txr " H m y m? In 'it-J'- well-to-d- o, ;Sr . r Use tM'fl For Over Thirty Years Htisso-Gcrninn- to-da- HWCASTORIA . con-cre- to w'isCli'lam ,, Ku-ro- trans-Paclfl- - fi lr mm '25 n, Sf? nRHA! &? fpf aaB rm SSH '4fiWWfi8P!ife? IT iyllilISP SSsSSZzS3Ke' k3ST f faBf15terlflrB3 'TffanaB Sffi,iiS Bnannb sJi&m your Player-Pian- second-han- Player-Piano- Children Cry CASTO Rl A Second-han- lo MISERY You Can Be Whatever You FOB YEARS war-savin- want To Be y, K ed Hi Business l Hi Children Cry CASTOR' A .? rz k. PBlMBirailll'lM iMirMiiaMiiaifflli jQEHSIPSIij family, to hear hands in the hour of need, don't fail to attend the BIG" meeting here Saturday. Come and bring your splendid address by Hon. Henry Hughes, of Paducah. part in upholding their If vou are patriotic, if you are for the BOYS in and on their way to France and wish to have a the Then, Next Thursday, the Xn UV1U1 -- 11th come hack and hear another splendid address delivered by Hon. E. T. Franks, of Owensboro. The time has break not only every MOTHER'S SON, BUT DAUGHTER AS WELL, should do everything in their power to these of up and end the war in Europe. Let's keep it away from our own shores and homes. Attend one, or better, both meetings. Perhaps some way may be shown for each of us to help. Again we urge you to attend. H. P. TAYLOR, Speakers' Director. inuN H . RARNES. Countv Chairman. -- - 7 j MMMM" , " f I l The Hartford JBABTPORD . Republican Published Weekly by Incorporated SMITH, PRINTING COMPANY W. S. TINSLEY, Sec-Trea- deals going through that body unless tho William Henrys were asleep, and Col. Jones has a reputation of sleeping with one eye open when there Is any crooked work going on. STRAY STREAKS (By Fluke McKluke.) The more It rains, the less chance our wife has to make us work in her garden. Mut Hunter says, If this Hoover business keeps up much longer he's going to get Doc Pirtlo put him in some special cornbread molars. Albert Rial says, when Rol ltllej blowed himself for that ?r,.00 rod k addri" tl ddrosa must self and Daies who were both loyal. Reel the other da M Bean land mI a lejuejt. RepubBuntnee Lornl nml Notli w 10c ter line and 5r The result is pleasing to the big sucker. Tlnee bucks would pror line tor emh HiMItlouiil ItiMrtUm licans who made a straight put duce a right-smabunch of INh Obituaries, Ueoliitl(tn anil Card of Tlnnkf.fo fight. The President was rebuked Rol, right-smabunch Ice. money in mlvunei elected tor .Hervlw free, but other at the polls. The President Church Notlc to make this election a test of nationlidvertlfemente.i. r line. Squire Rico says, Ohio Countv not Accnyaom luDimuiifciitlom wilt reielve no al hentiment and lost. In her whole hitttory, over had a ttentlon who came up to the measureON Willi Till: DANTE. of Squire Buck Dean. -As In the midst ot life there is ments X'ssozza. Ben fur death, in the midst of war there ib dimensions being 5'liTi. CiarafcerlariS. difier-enc- e is a go eminent by ther sas It makes darn llttlo S'Atvial politics. Ours 3Tkriox3' whether Squire Dean lies stand the people through political parties, ing or stands Ivlng, it's just about -- and loalty to party does not neces.APRIL any way jou tako him day,. hi sarily Involve disloyalty to country. tho same, spelled lies & in L. Lenroot to (Forget just how Rice The election of In lying.) Germany is sinking everj thing on the untel States Senate in campaign of 101S, and if ou are ,m Tuesday was distinctly a Repub-goin- g Any young man who goes to sec to help win the war, you must ucan victory. Mr. Davles, the Dem best girl and remains long office- - his ocratic candidate was a federal do it now. enough for the hens to maks a nest holder w ho resigned to makj the race The Republican campaign for Unit- - for senator ,slth the apl,roval if not in his buggy, then dellbertly hauls ed States Senator seems to have nar- - at tne lUrectlon ot tho admlnlstra- - said old hen a half mile from home ex. rowed down to Bruner and Bethrur- - , V.W... Prfis,iPnt- Wilson- ., cave Davles while on the nest.ought to bo posed. Wo are not calling any urn. Take your choice. the prestige of his personal endorseLyman Barrett, the ment, and in so doing chanced tho names, but ask ' ;" ,"" rPl.nlm. nnatel lml Unit' llU fO. approval of his administration on Local Editor on the Herald for par V,' quiring everybody under ticulars. Qf Davles' election a ween means a ocuer gar 36 Hours interferconsln resented Presidential den at Tinsley Place for the next ence Editor, John Henry Thomas, went with their local politics by a subtwo years. last week expecting to Condi-ion- s to Louisville, stantial majority for Lenroot. i quite a long time, but a cerIn Wisconsin were unusual. That remain TllO -O Ul 1UVWI LiiU i.l Jl .U. VUIUUIUa ,if Innnl nflll In . ..w tain class of fellows found out John av- disloyal Senator, whose name no deRepublican is a little below the price newspaper will now mention, was in town and advanced the erage this week we beg tho indul- cent of beer and booze on April 1st. When gence of our readers because we has a strong following in the Stato. we came to tho olllce on the morning representaspent more than half the week vis- Victor Berger, Socialist we found Thomas walktive of the Kaiser, was a candidate. of April 2nd. iting our wife and babies In was on trial. ing around, bemoaning his luck in Tho loyalty of Wisconsin cussing a certain class Both Lenroot and Davies were loyal general and minded of Louisville dealers in particularNewspaper people, like everybody beyond question, and fair said every man ho traded with want else, make mistakes sometimes, and men thought the President should ed to 10b him. we think our good friend Tom Owsley have kept hands off, but ho elected Uncle Bill to stake administration appioval on made one when he let If wo had an enomy who had done from tho managing the fortunes of Davles, and tho Schooler victory that us somo grave injustice, for instanceSemi- - swer is a Republican of his Somerset had lied on us in such a manner as will go a long way toward heartening Weekly News. to refuse to the Republicans of tho country to to causo our mother - speak to us, our wife to leave us and it would bo remarkablo If tho ad- - mako a Ftrong drive to elect a Ropub- our favorito dog to rofuso us recogditlon of two words should mako the Ucan Congress nt tho November tho nition, and wo wished not only to slogan of lour ears bo- - titin. By porbonally endorsing away candidacy of Davies tho President has get oven with, but far, and fore sulllco for tho opposite party in ahead of said enemy, wo would politics respectable 1020. But it may bo that "Ho Kept mado playing quietly slip his nnnio to some pesky Us Out of War" of 191 C may read een In tlnio of war, and tho Repubinsuranco agent as an A- -l pros"Ho Kept Us Out of War Too Long" licans may now cry, "On with the life pect. (But wo would forover keep dance." in 1920. mum about the Infor.) rt it mag-lstrate "Lenroot Wins," headline of reP, sult of Wisconsin Senatorial election. President The Senatorial election In WisconinEditor sin Tuesday was one of the most JHN HENRY THOMAS of the year. teresting 3T. I. TINSLEY, Associate Editor Wisconsin is the State of that Senand Business Manager. ator whoso name no decent newspaper will now mention. Lenroot, Kntered nccordins to law nt the Postoltlre were the candiEy.. a mall matter of the second Davles and Berger Hertford. dates for United States Senator. Lenilfcta. root was the Republican candidate, was tho Socialist candidate Addro.s all communications to, Berger and Davics was the Democratic candl Republican. J& Hartford date. President Wilson lent the dignity of his name to Davles' candidacy. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Lenroot thundered from the platform new tnbecrlbtTH declriiiK tba puper Kent to a that the President should not play In innUiiB the e old s. ... The entire Fiscal Court was transported to tho Poor house Tiied.i. but after taking one meal with Charlie Smith, the keeper, they all made their escape before the net, for which Charlie expressed thanks sis i's r 1st, 191S, the following resolutions on tho death of Mrs. Leila A. Fogle, vvlfo of the Hon. Jesse E. Foglo and mother of McDowell A. Fogle, both of whom nro honored members of tho Hartford bar, were adopted. While wo feel bow Resolved, weak nro mero words In the presence of a sorrow so profound, and u grief so deep, et with a hope that the expression of our feelings of tender svmpatliy mav. In some measure, soothe the heart ache from the Inestimable los of n loving and devoted wife and mother, we tender to the bereaved husband and sorrowing son and daughter, our sincere tribute of respect and honor to her worth as wife and mother, the highest meed of praise Second. We commend her chris tian life and Influence In the church and Sunduv School, a devout member. suppoitlng by personal service and with her means, all the Institutions of her church ; a. consistent follower ot the Son of God. at whose tomb woman first appeared on the resurrection day, "very early In the morning " Third Be it further resolved, That furn it copv of these minutes be ished the members ot the family and a copy be furnished to each of the local papers for publication. J P SANinJItFUK. , J S CLKNN. OTTO C MARTIN. Committee CORN FOR SALL'. 200 bushels mixed shelled corn, ? miles north of Hartford. Price right; terms to suit. T. WADE STRATTON, Cromwell, Ky. 39tf HAKKHS KANSAS CITY IS FACING FAMINE olllceji and by many Stato EMPLOYMENT SI.RVICF. TO olllces. .SUPPLY FARM WORK KHS m farm-servic- omplov-me- nt ARMY RIFLE e Special division Is be- AMERICAN HAS EIKJH OX GERMAN GIN ing established In most ot the 100 olllces of tho United States Kmploy-meAmerican troops are armed with a Service ns ono of the plans for faster firing and more accurate rlflo meeting the labor requirements of the used by the Germans, according farmers Special Held agents are be- than to our expert designers, manufacing sent into districts where acute stnt-nietarin-Ialxshortage exists or where turers, and marksmen, sus n by tho bureau of Ordinance uiiUKitnll largo numbers will be needOne military critic ami writer tlalms ed tho Gorman Mauser does not permit A weekly bullutln vvill be Issued the most skilled user to get more in whldi opportunities for farm than fill per cent of tho firing speed or and the noedn of certain dis- tho modified Enfield adopted for the Posters tricts will be listed United States service the locution of Federal The superiority claimed for tin and State emploviuout ofllecu are be- American weapon is supported on ing hung In post olllces. nillu.ij three counts Quicker llrlng as a n stations, and other public plarrs design, cal r suit of All t lilt il and fourth class post oflt of and quicker sighting as a fices, of which there are 55.00), are night design, greater aicufncv of bill now authorized farm-labemploylet IHRbt nsultinK from bullet ment oiflees During the harvest sea and xreater mechanical nutirar if so.i In certain States temporary of- and lire tires vvill be opened In a number of chamber -cities for the purpose of furnishing Do your duty help by accurate information as to where har vest hands are needed your presence at the big A wpeklv report of farm-lnbcon be held at the ditions N IxiiiK sent to the ill i in of- meeting to fice at Washington by all the bran, h Court House, April 6th. nt nt ir liolt-lniiuln-u- S r? iSSSa2aflflS4?.!ftft.fifi23S5 w M w " w MU a WV Mi t H wr I J W W r w J i 1 11 i ? 1 Gel ACQUAINTED Willi These & i i I I l ... ? ? WIRTHMOR $1.00 WAISTS! f l i w.-- - 4? ? - ''""Tr ,::;" . STRIKK; i J rei-lg- . Gov. Stanley acted wisely In veto- ing the bill prohibiting the teaching of tho Gorman languago In state supNow York, April 1. Tho ported schools. No other action ot saving plan" has beon adopted tho recent legislature was more rldlc- ulously absurd and unwarranted, .by tho Government of Holland, and, Jubt now there Is u demand for gov- - according to an announcement by tho eminent employes who can speak tho Commercial Cable Company ho.ro all y advanced German language, and for military it time pieces were for no other reasons the American there ono hour, to continue until jouth should bo taught the German October 1. tongue. LH'KXSi: OF PACKING FIRM'S ISKANCII ORDERED REVOKED Col William Henry Jones, the vet- . eran editor of the Glasgow RepubWashington, April 1. Tho Federlican, is being favorably mentioned for the Republican nomination for al license of the New Orleans branch congress in the Third district. Col. of Morris & Co. was ordered revoked y by the Food Administration Jones is perhups tho most plcturosquo chai utter in Kentucky Journalism. for u period of seven days beginning He Is proverbially honest, and knows April 8. The branch was found excess profits on IK) other iiamo for a spade but spado. guilty of charging Henry Jomteo eorn product!, and Its Ucoiho will be If wo had William enough in congress tho country would ontorod only upon proof that propar bo protty afo against any erookod refund! hao been mado. to-dato-da- DAVLKJHT SAVINCJ PLAN IS ADOPTED RV HOLLAND Ed Barrass was orating and explaining the difference in terms, In the Barber Shop tho other A. M when tho chatter was about as follows: in horizontal and Tho difference perpendicular Is this. Stripes extending around are called horizontal and stripes running from down to up, well filled, shapely silk hoso FARM FOR SALE. might bo called perpendicular. Uen Taylor who was gazing through the A farm of 157 acres for sale. open door, apparently at the Bide Heavily timbered, and coal laid. walk, was heard to remark, ea I Located two miles south of Taylor L. I. FULKEItSON, see. Mines. Echols, Ky.' 39t4p m FOR SALE. HARKED PLYMOUTH ROCKS. springs, mattress Ono bedstead, MRS. OLL1E BARN-ETand drcssor. Hied to luy und weigh. Selected 38tf Hartford Ky. eggs, $1.00 per IB, btralght. Rates on incubator eggs on application RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT. Can fill from 2 to 4 ordors per day. JOHN A. WILSON, a mealing of tho Hartford Bar, At Hartford, Ky. and tho officers of tho com t, April lO.tt T, Kansas City, Mo , April 1 Advices from Food Administrator Hoover that he was powerless to intcrfer in the bakery strike. Inaugurated hero today as part of the general cessation of work, called in sympathy with n strike of laundry workers, left Kansas City facing the prospect of a serious shortago of bread. Stato Food Administrator Mumford Washington had appealed to tho headquarters to urge tho bakers to resumo work on the grounds that troops trains and training camps receive their bread mipply from this city. Federal conciliators, tho Major, a Cltlens Committee an Employers' Committee and ropresenatlvcs of in labor held vailous sessions but failed an offort to end tho tlo-uto got tho labor men and the employers together. 1 ho Employers' AsmjcIuIIoii late today agreed to meet a committee of business moil in an attempt to adjust tho htrlko und Mayor Edwards expressed tho hope that this meeting might lead to bringing together all factious. Meanwhllo tho general strlko appears to bo wearing out In pots. Street cars uro running on most of the lines; part of tho laundries again started operations and some of tho downtown restaurantH and barbershops were opened. to-da- y i o J S S Hi & & 4? 4? mr-- , & U 41 o o 0 fc 4 4? 4? 49 41 i & i Come in see these Waists 4? H ? 4? sy 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 -- carefully examine the fabrics they are made inspect the details, such as button-holes, hemstitching and tucking, and you'll really wonder how it can be done; how in the l IV face of excessive rising costs such waists can be w ! sold at a dollar. The Wirthmor Plan with its great economics in making and selling and the purchase of o J many of the fabrics fully a year in advance ex- o plains. o If you can't call phone or mail your order. & fc look them over note how well J fc l ti 41 SOLD HERE ONLY. Carson (&. Co. HARTFORD, KY. 0 J t 5Vvvvtvlvv7v?i;x:vv?SPcs: awaKrww'wiiii jJkMiJaBiimm.vjrMuitigjx.'acx-.iamr- i wmmnmpjGmimsxs& Mr, James Davis, of Sunnydalo, was nmuni; our callers yesterday. now yoiu ronr prit- ( II 1SII WILL HELP 444 t - STRAWBERRY PICKERS WANTED. The bright balmy clays reminds us that springtime is here. The season will soon demand light weight fabrics. We are prepared to supply your garments. needs in piece goods or Ready-mad- e Dresses, Coats and Coat Waists, ready-to-wear Suits. MILLINERY. Every week adds to this department the newest creations in Ladies' Headwear. So you can come to us, get the latest as it comes out from week to week. This department is in charge of Miss Berry, a lady who has experience who will take care of your Tho following figures givo ono a Mrs. 11. II. Martin recently spent a few days with rolntlvos in Heavor dollnlto lch'n of what his or her lonn to tho Government by tho purchase Dam. of Liberty Rends will accomplish Miss Mary Foreman, of Narrows, when used by tho Wnr Department: Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Fostor Bcn-ne- tl Ono $fir bond will buy trench knives for n rifle company, or 23 hand this week. grenndes, or 11 rlflo gernades, or 37 You that nro in need of n now cases of surgical Instruments for enPlow, and n good one, huy an Oliver listed men's belts, or 10 cases of suror mount's Truo Hluo. Nono better gical instruments for ofilcors'bclts. A $100 bond will clotho a soldier, See ACTON BROS.,- made. 39t2 Hartford, Ky. or feed n soldier for eight months, or purchaso fi rifles or 30 rlflo gernades, The Liberty Loan Organization has or 43 hand grenades, or 25 pounds of phiiinctl to have a 10 to S!0 miniilc ether, or 145 bags, or 2,000 talk delivered in oery Sunday surgical needles. School in Ohio county on .Sunday, A $100 and a $50 bond will clothe April 7th. lie there. and equip nn Infantry soldier for service overseas, or feed a soldier for Mr. and Mrs. V. P. Upon return- a year. ed to their homo In Canton, Miss., Two $100 bonds will puchaso a first of the week, after spending n horse or mule for Cavalry, Artillery, few days with Mrs. Ligon's family, or other service. Dr. and Mrs. J. II. Plrtle. Three $100 bonds will clotho a sol dier and feed him fdt one year In TOMATO Earllann, France, or buy a motorcycle for a macPLANTS company. Pondcrosa, etc., 10c per doz., 25c per hine-gun Four $100 bonds will buy an 3 doz. and 00c per 100. Ily mall, 5c per package extra. outfit. Ono $500 bond will supply bicycles K. M. MORTON, for the headquarters company of an Centertown, Ky. 40tf Infantry regiment. A telegram has Just been receivMake your arrangements ed announcing that Lieut. Murray H. Ronton, of Camp Taylor, would now for attending the speakattend the Liberty Loan meeting hero as one of the orators of ing and Liberty Loan Rally the day. here on April 6th. hot-wat- er X-r- 4'4 - 44444. pickl- e ing Strawberries this season. We will pay TEN CENTS per gallon for X X X X Board can be obtain- ed for 12c per meal and lodging free with the grow-- t er you pick for. Pickers must bring their own bed-- t ding, and arrange with the Manager before you come so arrangements can be made to care for you. The picking season begins about May 15th. Write the Manager for any information you may want. H. D. GRAHAM, Manager, Bowling Green, Ky. '.QQQQV&SSQQQSQSGSQOQQSQQGi 44. i Ladies Suits Hvifo RED CROSS NOTES. Cot wants. Do your spring shopping at our store, and re- - member that It Pays to Trade With a House That Saves You Money. 5EaSXiI332iS3r2roK5IST7SfEIi!3aff3S 1 --r ""T f i S. C. RHODE ISLAND REDS, Mrs. Amanda Nance left Wednesday for Owciisboro, where she goes largo size, good shape and color. to make hur homo with her son, Mr. Eggs $1.00 per 15. Hens reason.lames Nance who is employed as a able. MRS. VANDER ALLEN.Crom-wel- l, Ky. linotype operator on the Owensboro 37t4 Messenger. ICE ON SALE. Single Comb White Leghorn Eggs for batching, C cents each, $5.00 the Have Ice at plant, made last season, delivercd-a- t hundred. Bought nil my roosters wo will fcell at plant-nGO per hundred while it lasts, for from a fine yard for this year. MRS. nOHERT E. LEE, cash only. Expect to get plant startR. 1, Olaton, Ky. ed by tho first of April. 3St4p All Ice tickets out that were purJudge Mack Cook, M. L. Heaverln chased Inst season, deliver to W. E. and John II. Thomas will go to Ellis fc Uro's, and get them redeemFrankfort Tuogday to appear before ed. They will not be negotiable this I he State Tax Commission to protest season. Will sell now books of the million and a half dollar rniie on tickets fo this season. ELLIS ICE CO.. tint Assessment of Ohio county propHartford, Ky. erty. ot GlotRitig Co. HARTFORD, KY. ijrNdir4Te-,w!rs,,MtfcraaiTKar:;,c i English hidden in their Islo and America protected by the ocean. They Mrs. Hayless, ono of the State can always continue tho war by sea. workers for the Red Cross from the The gravest victory cannot Impose a. headquarters in Louisville, was in peace of violence on America and. Mrs. Bayless England." Hartford Tuesday. &-mado a helpful and inspiring talk at FOR SALE. the Red Cross rooms in the afternoon. A great number of ladies, including representatives froin tho DunMy residence, consisting of five dee and Heaver Dam units, were pres- rooms, hall and largo pantry. Has ent. While hero Mrs. Bayloss was electric lights and water In house. tho guest of Mr3. A. W. Logan. and all Good stable, buggy house Wednesday morning Mrs. Hayless necessary outbulU'-ings- . Everlasting addressed the Juniors at tho College. well of soft water In ten feet o Sho expressed her pleasure at finding kitchen door. the organization so complete and so 3Ctf W. E. ELLIS, much work being accomplished. Hartford, Ky. o-- o Tho young ladies havo decided to Wednesdays give one afternoon WASHINGTON. to sewing at the Red Cross rooms. Local Interest In the work is growA Sunday School will bo organized, ing daily, nnd new helpers are comhere Sunday, April 7. ing in most every day. from this A number of people Volunteers to operate tho machines place attended the Baptist Sunday aro asked for, as the sewing is an imSchool Convention at Adaburg Sunportant item. day. A nice shipment of finished garMrs. A. A. Rowan gave an egg hunt ments, together with Junior Red Sunday. Quite a number of young Cross products, will be made soon. folks were present and enjoyed tho m sport. Mrs. W. J. Travis made some Your ROY in France needs jour young; help; your ROY enroutc to France fine Kodak pictures of the folks present. needs your help; jour ROY who is The Ladles' Aid Society met with. yet to be culled needs your help, and Mrs. T. C. Trogden Sunday. All our neighbor's ROY needs the help helped furnish the dinner, which was of all of us, so let none remain away very appetizing, with plenty of eggs. from the Liberty Lonn meeting here on April Oth. PATRIOTIC SERVICES. SEED CORN FOR SALE. Patriotic services will bo held at Tho price of my Boone County tho local M. E. Chucch Sunday mornWhite seed corn from this date un- ing, April the 7th, commencing at 10 til further notice, shelled, graded, o'clock. A good program has been sacked, ready to plant Is $5.00 per arranged, including splendid music. bushel. Tho seed is from a plot of Hon. Virgil P. Mooro, of Madison-vill- e, will bo tho chief speaker. Evthree acres that made an average of 108 bushels par acre, is perfectly ery ono who can possibly do so Is matured, dry and tight on cob. If invited and urged to attend. strong germinating, vigorous growLIBERTY LOAN DRIVE. ing, high yielding, acclimated beed will lncreaso tho crop only five bushTho editors nnd publishers of Kenels por aero, thoro will ho an additional 35 to 40 bushols of corn on tucky and southern Indiana met at account of ono bushel of seed. Tho the Seclbach hotel in Louisville Monday to discuss plans for advertising best is tho cheapest. JOHN T. JACKSON, the sale of bonds for tho Third Liberty Loan. Rockport, Ky. 34tf Mr. II. S. Garden, Chairman for PATRONIZE THE TEA ROOM. the Publicity division for tho Eighth. Federal Reservo District. A large Tho Girls Club will open a Tea number of newspaper men wore pros-en- t, Room In tho oillces of Glenn & and pledged their hoarty coon Saturdays afternoon. operation in the publicity work of Sandwiches, tea and light refresh- tho committee. Tbo close attention ments will bo served, and tho pro and liberal applauso indicated the ceeds will bo given to the local Red newspaper peoplo wero awake to the Cross treasury. Importanco of the campaign being; launched,' and that thero would bo no DOUllTS V1EN.NA PAPER lackers among tho nowspapor people. HUN VICTORY POSSIBLE ' Sim-merm- an vjl M The Hartford Republican APRIL.". I 'or Siilc- Tomato orders solicited. Plants. Mall ECK RIAL. near town, last week- J FRIDAY u J Personal News .Mrs. visited end. Miss W. N. Stevens, of In Owensboro, and Social Kuents. Murnlu Land rum, of Rock-por- t, visited Mrs, Samlo Tate, of this placo recently. Mrs. Randlll Collins went to Louisville yesterday where sho will spend a few days with friends. Rl' Miss Hoatricc Hayncs spent Sunday In Owensboro. Lieutenant Murray H. Ronton, of Judge John R. Wllion went Llvermoro yesterday. Camp Kachnry Taylor, will be ono of to tho speakers at tho big Liberty Loan Rally, hero Hear him. Mrs. '.. II. Shults left yesterday for Charlotte, N. O. where sho goes to Join her hubband, Lieut. Z. II. Shults who Is with tho army medical corps O. W. Duff, of Route, 2, Fordsvillo, was in town Monday on business. A Sunday school will be organized at Oak Grove, near Narrows, Sunday. there. Ro-vle- a ' . r, Mr. Halllo Gray Maddox, of Hon. E. T. Franks will bo ono of spent Saturday and Sunday hero tho speakers at tho PATRIOTIC with friends. meeting to bo held hero next Thursday. Come and bring somo ono with Miss Stella Qulsenberry spent Sat- - you. unlay night and Sunday with rela- . ' ,1a.m...ill To . .1.1 Ik uiitiiiw. lltua Thursday, tho 11th, will bo the second big day for Littlo Miss Evelyn Dodson, of near to show our patriotism, by attending Ruford, Is visiting her aunt, Mrs. J. the meeting at tho court houso. T. King this weok. Come. paper Wo nro now selllnlc Wo havo tho Hlack Hawk two-Robags fur sacking country liauu.. and one Row corn Planters. W. E. ELLIS & I1RO. No bettor made. See us beforo buying. Miss Suslo Schlcinnior, a tralnod 39t2 ACTON RROS. nurso of Evnnsvlllo, is hero nursing Mr. William Schlommer's child. Easter was appropriately observed at tho Methodist Church In tho Just received a carload of salt. services conducted horo last Sunduy Coino beforo It's gone. morning by tho PaBtor, Rov. A. D. ACTON RROS. 39t2 Litchfield. Mrs. C. E. Smith went to Sobreo. Mesdames Cora Reufrow, Claude Wednesday to visit her father. Eld. Renfrow, J. A. Duff, J. E. Mitchell, 111 for W H. Wright, who has been Mr. J. E. Mitcholl and Dr. J. A. Duff, some time. of Dundee, attended tho Red Cross Mooting horo Monday. Littlo Miss Elma Fehr Schlcmmer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Mrs. Aiiiuuda Nanco and little Schlemmer, who had scarlet fever, grutidsou, William, who had been Is Improving. tho guests of Mrs. J. T. King for sev Wllllo Walker, traveling sales- eral duys, left for their new homo in Mr. man for tho Newport Culvert Com- Oweii3boro Wednesday. pany, was hero in a business way to The Fiscal Court adopted and meet tho Fiscal court Wednesday. an order luto yesterday uftor-noo- n, authorizing and allowing the a runAnother Ford. It will bo year and a half. It sum of $10.00 for tho conviction of about in about a violating tho Liquor Laws Is u girl, and tho ogont Stork loft any ono wlthiu Ohio County. Wednesday night. it at Dr. Ford's 48-lb- s. w en-tor- ed FISCAL COURT IN SESSION. Lieut. C'lydo P. Taylor, of Macuo, Ky.. nnil Miss Francis Hampton, of Happy is that sitting of a Fiscal lkton, Ky.. were married In Washington City yesterday. Lieut. Taylor court that makes little copy for tho Is a brother of Mrs. Howard Ellis, of ojaq jam jjhoo sjodcds.wou oqj, Tuesday with all the justices, exHartford. cept Esquiro Quint Drown who 'was Mr. Morton Williams who has been sick, present. business was transholding a clerical position for sometime with a (inn at Daniel Roone, acted. A large number uf claims Ky., has returned to his homo at were allowed, but all of them were Heaver Dam, where he will engage In for tho ordinary contingent expenses tho hardware business with his of tho county. It was ordered by the court that father. new, modern cells be installed in the Mr. Marvin Hlack, a former Hart- Jail, and County Judge Mack Cook, ford man who has been In tho inter- County Attorney A. D. Kirk and At nal revenue service at Owensboro for torney M. L. Heaverln were appointseveral years.has resigned from the ed a committee to havo the work done. service, and has accepted tho The court ordered that work ho of tho Green River disesumed at the earliest practical time, tillery. on the Hartford and Owensboro pike. An appropriation of $500 as an FOR SALE 250 largo trees; white oak, black oak, poplar and red emergency road nnd bridge fund was gum- -- h. miles from switch and 4 made for each magisterial district. miles from Green River. Reason for FOR SALE. sale, too large to handle on small L D. FULKERSON, mill. My Ico plant, live ton capacity, Echols, Ky. 39t4p n plant equipped to mako a at a great deal less cost than to buy Every member of the committee of plant. This plant Is In 100 should bo horo not only Satur- a now first-claWas condition. day, but next Thursday as well, so, and last season. Monevory other person withalso should Can sell all in Ohio county, who can possibly got ey making business. your work got in tho lco that you can manufacture. here. Don't let Reason for selling, am going to leave your way on theso two days. State. W. E. ELLIS, Tho Girls Club mot with Mrs. Hen- UCtf Hartford, Ky. night. Tuesday derson Murphrea Thoso present were: Mrs. Vernon RAISED SKY HIGH. ElizaLlgon, Winnie Slmmormnn, beth Mooro, Reulah Mooro, Mary Tho Stato Hoard of Tax CommisAustin Carson, Clara Robertson, Mrs. sioners has notified County Judgo O. T. Hums, Martha Rhodes, Myrtlo Cook that the assessed valuation of Lashhrook ami Mrs. Murphreo. Ohio county has been raised $1,G30,-00$1,300,000 on land; $30,000 Should wo lose tho war, being on town lots and $300,000 on tanwaged by your ROY, your NEIGH-DOR'- S gible property. This Is tho biggest ROY and ALL THE OTHER raise in tho history of Ohio county. ROYS of tho land, you will not only Tho County Judgo will appoint a com loso days, but nights us well. Come mittee to go to Frankfort to protest and let's help to win the fight for against tho raise, and It Is posslblo our exlstanco. You may bo told how that a part of it may bo taken off. you cnu help hero Saturday and next Tho raise amounts to almost twenty-fiv- e Thursday. per cent of tho total assessed valuation of tho county. County Farm Agent Hrowder asks us to urge all farmers, who have not AUTO FOR SALE. already done so, to take up tbo mat"Ono 30 horso power, Ave passen ter of seed corn tests at once. It ger, Studebaker touring car for sale. they aro not prepared to make the In first class condition, a good hill tests themselves Mr. Rrowdor will do climber and at a bargain. Seo it for thorn without chargo for serA. U. WEDDING, vices. Tosts so far mado aro run- 40 t.f Dundeo, Ky. ning very low, and tho importanco Flfty-flv- o horses and himdred of testing seed beforo planting can mules nt Camp Dovens alono. Tho urged. not be'too strongly soldlor-hors- o and tho soldler-inul- o FOR SALE. are still very vital factors in modern Four good work horses. Seo J. wurfnre. Ono horso to four men Is E. CURT1SS, at ouco, Hartford, Ky. the requirement for tho army. Only-routinsuper-Intenden10-toss 0. Basel. Switzerland, April 1 (by A. P.) Tho Arbeltcr Zeituug, of Vien na, n copy of the Thursday edition of which has been received here, sounds a neto of warning to tho Teutonic al lies as follows: "Do not bo deceived. Germany's victories will never forco tho Entente to accopt a peace of violence If tho Germans could take Calais and Rails and oven forco Franco and Italy to capitulato, thoro will over remain tho PUBLIC KALE. At my farm 1 mile north of Echol on Wednesday, April 10, I will offer for sale at public auction, tho following property: 1 lot of corn, 1 corn crusher, 1 wheat drill, plows, harrows gearing and other things too Humorous to mention. Terms mado known on day of sale, Earnest Brown, Echols, Ky, I "Tjr 1 ""'Pi' ' . w iw 0 sfssossiissOsi0oooo" Uiinmin a-'- Farm Department to interest mo when I am not at I here A .SuccTfiil Worm Ilrinctly. chickens work, and of courso plenty to keep mo A remedy for worms in busy when on watch, llrookc and I that a Mnasnchusctte poultry raiser are taking lessons in French ut the nccorclliiB to found "very successful," of V. Si. C. A. Our Professor is a Frenhis letter to the V. S. Department chman who does not speak English. Agriculture, follows: I no food or Wo pay eight francs for three lessons "GItc the chickens treating; n week. A franc is worth nbout 20 water for 24 hours heforo cents in American money. then feed them half the usual nmount It seems that there arc almost as of eround feed, in which has been many American men as Frenchmen chopped tobacco stems mixed (lncly Of courso there are many poaVed for two hours in all the water here. French women here anl I must One pound of they will absorb. nro very attractive. stems (weighed before soak-in- some of them 100 birds. Two Our shore passes aro good oaly from is sufficient for six o'clock in tho morning to nine at hours after tho chickens havo eaten night. Certain parts of the town are give them tho medicated mash, Americans. of the usmal ration of ground restricted for I see dirigibles and observation in which feed mixed with water occaslonly. Epsom salt has been dissolved, using balloons when I'll get back I don't know 100 11 ounces of Epsom salt for but I ccrtnlnly do intend to come to' birds. just as soon as possible "To reduce the chances of further Kentucky o in manure and loose dirt after the ship docks "some-wherinfection all chicken America." should be removed from the Remember me to Ucatrice and Mrs. yard, and tho pens and roosts thorhot llnyncs. oughly scalded and cleaned with co c) onc-fonr- th TO BUILD TWO MILES MORE OF SEA WALL Galveston To Be Protected From Future Inundation. Galveston, Tex., Mnrch 30. tinuing tho original plan of making tho city more secure from tropical hurricanes, Galveston has begun nearly two miles more of sea wall around tho southwest front. The work, which was started a few days ago, will cost approximately $2,000-00- 0 and will requiro nearly two years to complete. When tho tropical storm of 1000 had abated and Galveston had burled at sea thousands of citizens drowned or killed in tho storm, leading men of tho city met and determined to Improve on tho work of naturo by raising the site of Galveston and thus shutting ont the waters of tho Gulf of Mexico. Tho aid of tho Federal Government was sought and the Texas Legislature ngreed to remit State and county taxes pending tho building of the monster rock and concrete barrier along the south front of the sea port. This original wall is four nines in length and is bordered by a brick driveway its entire length. Thous ands of tons of Texas granito and cp- ment were used in its construction' and it was not completed until lti'il Before the wall had been coniplet- cd practically the entire city had been feet, elevated seventeen and one-ha- lf tho height of tho barrier. Tim w.i done by raising tho buildings and then pumping millolns of tons of sand inland from the gulf. The slope of land from the gulf. The slope of the city was made toward Galveston Bay on the north. Tho grade opor-- , atitms, including individual cxpe-- i cost approximately $3,000,000. Previous to 1911 wooden tret!'j( formed the only connections betwe. :i the island and the mainland a di- -, tance of more than three mlloa. I", that year the causeway, built of : l and concreto was completed. It i ' only carries the railroad tracks of t!'. several lines entering Galveston hut intorban tracks and a public ro as well. It was construct l jointly by Galveston county and tin transportation line using it. In the center is a draw permitting the p.i- nsc of all vossels. The storm of l: 13 severely damaged tho causeway a id for sevoral months it was impau-ibl- e. Somo months ago, howevor, repairs on It wero begun and it is expected that they will bo completed before summer. For the extension of the seawall the Federal Government has appropriated $1,191,000 and Galveston county $565,000. It will bo 10,300 feet in length from the point where It attaches to the old original wall between Sixth and Soventh streets, to where it ends In the heart of the Con-- tion across tho lino following was In personal command of Col, (5 forgo I.nngliornc, commander of tho Dig Bond district. Tho cavalry troop to tho United States lato yestordny, having mnrchrd seventy-flv- o miles In thirty-si- x hour, fighting tho engagement in the meantime, Gon Joso Murguln, commnnder of the OJInaga district, sent Col. Lang-hom- o a formal protest against tho crossing of American troops in pursuit of tho bandits, stating he intended sending Federal troops to oppose their invasion. However, the cavalry troops returned across tho border without seeing any Federal soldiers. Thoy brought hack much loot taken from tho Xevlll ranch, Including E. V. Ncvlll's horso and saddle and Glenn NovlU's cap and boots, found on n dend Mexican. - .'im muuiu-- r r1 ed fQr HOTEL D1AB-- M'SSkTArACMlMrTAM JlfA zW VVBM TTO VI M mif - WILL YOU TAKE OUR mm I GERMINAL REMEDY A Treatment f r for WEAK ilTELERICAHlD( Ilst.v It It first la the city where cooJ hotels In bound, the PowhiUn hesds the MBHrT A ,,,.1,-L- LUN6S or CONSUMPTION icoufhs. pains rlucrs, countrymen. berUot In In chest, nlsht swrals. Iirrnoe. eak lunrjs or consumption. tsol help you II costs you nolhiai. FOR ONEtlrnl.MONTH run ilown frrllnc. ,.e r.,r tint - OHIO MEDICAL CO, STuSSUX DR. the Towlulan i reIncJ, ( Il excelclume, and tttful lent location on Pennsylvania Avenue, 18th and II Streets,n. makes it a ilesnalile lieadqun-tefor bridal couplet, touiiit parlies, conventions, School! and J. H.THORPE I ooooooooooooooooooo o o o THROAT, NOSE And Fitting ofGlnssca Mnsonlo OWENSHORO. KY. Tumpla El E, EAR, COURT DIKECTORV. ooooooooooooooooooo CIRCUIT COURT. o o o water." Cheapest Krr.s Front IMllcts. Feed to produce oao dozen eggs cost 10 cents with pullets, 14 cents hens, and 10 cents with hens in a three-yed with feeding test conducted by of tho .United States Depart Theso were the of Agriculture. ment cost figures of feed at tho time of the experiment, which began in 1912, and must be corrected to present prices. ld three-year-olpoul-trvm- ar How Indiana l!cMiuletl. As a result of tho campaign fir increased food production, ono Indiana town of less than 5,000 peopl'J had NEW DRAFT BILL 1.3S4 gardens last season. In eight OS towns of another Indiana county PASSES SENATE per cent of all vacant lots were uncultivation. In three townships in der still another county, where special effort was made to increaso food pro- All Who Have Passed Age duction, It was estimated that ten Of 21 Are Subject times the average amount of garden Canners for crops was produced. To Call. canning fruit and vegetables wero placed in each consolidated school in ono county, and were loaned to com Washington. March 29. The remunities which desired to use them. solution extending the selective draft to moil reaching the age of 21 years yUtio UeasiN, Pea, Pciiunls. since June 5, 191" the llr&t regisAs Important features of its sup- tration day was passed by plementary program for feeding the the Senate without a record vote, nation, its armies, and the allies, the after a futile attempt had been made United States Department of Agricul- to add to it a provision for training ture recommends that groat attention youths from 19 to 21 yeaw old. bo paid to tho production of beans It is estimated that about 700,000 peas, and peanuts. On these subjects men will be added to the registrathe program fetates tion this year by tho resolution, "The production of beans and peas which is one of the pieces of legisin regions to should be increased lation on which the War Departwhich they aro adopted, because of ment is waiting before announcing their high food value, keeping quali- complete plans for the next draft. It ties, and availability for domestic or now goes to tho House for considerexport trade. ation there with the bill to base "Soy beans and peanuts should be draft quotas on the number of ts increased in order to supplement in Class 1 instead of on popbeans and peas as human food, as a ulation, another of the Administraoil, and as ansource of much-neede- d tion measures already passed by the imal feeds. year Senate. "The production of beans last The proposal t require training in the six leading States increased of boys over 19 and under registra15,701,-00- 0 from 10,715,000 bushels to tion ago was in tho form of an bushels, and peanuts from amendment by Senator New, of Indibubhels to GO, 222,000 bushana, which the Senate rejected, 36 els. But these increases proved to to 26, after a debate of several days. be greatly needed, and there is every A number of Senators who favor will indication that large increases universal military training as a bo readily absorbed in 1918. policy voted against tho peace-tim- e valua"The peanut is especially amendment. ble because of tho oil it contains, Tho'.c Subject To Draft. for which the need is great. In tho As adopted, the resolution proSouth, especially, soy beans and peavides that all male citizens of the nut meal are proving very satisfac- United States residing in this tory as partial substitutes for wheat. their majority since Both soy beans and peanuts are of Juno fi last, shall bo subject to reggreat value as forage crops." regulations ht reg-lstan- Cimstipntion nnil Indlpotlon. These are twin evils. Fersons are often from indigestion Mrs. troubled with constipation. Robert Allison, Mattoon, IU.,wrltcs that when she first moved to Mattoon she was a great sufferer from Food dis and constipation. tressed her and there was a feeling like a heavy weight pressing on her stomach and chest. She did not rest well at night, and felt worn out a good part of the time. One bottle of Chamberlain's Tablets corrected this trouble so that she has felt llko a in different person. liull-ccstl- suf-fcrl- nc R. W. Slack, Owenaboro. C. E. Smith, HartCont'th. Attorney ford. Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. Master Commissioner Otto C. Mar tin, Hartford. Trustee Jury Fund Cal P. Keown, Judge The Powhatan attracts the people of culture and education. Its froximitjr to biate. War and Navy Departments, also to tnanf interest, of historical points 'males this hotel especially at tractive to a discriminating public. The powhatan offers rooms with detached bath at $1.50. $2.00 and up. Rooms with private bath, SI SO, JJ 00 anJ up. 'Write for tocklel v.!ih mitt. tolletct A ml AllctUQt, on THAT PAH .ertltirmttirvU4IJr. umiltcuil u tuvn. itnu rrolrl. iJiutor tosketca lor rvrui FRCC !! on IY B03-00- R TrtAOOMAimS proinitlr Dtuin In tk vr Uti Iwt. uuiu.n PATENTS t osif to I I I PA9SINQ RircPENCCS. tfluibl I itnjitilttr. feirr irsruri sun Ilir fr rprt I Uakl I WASHINGTON, D. !! Sovonth Strnot, M ntiwrltfto C CLIFFORD M ,"laiscr LEWIS. Hartford. 1st Monday in March 12 days Com'th. and Civil. ist Monday in May 12 days Civil. iBt Monday In July 12 days Com'th. and Civil. 3d Monday In September 12 days Civil. 12 days 4th Monday In November Com'th. and Civil. COUNTY COUNT. Gjm...),i',, " ii r-- ZS-k- f msjtTy I NEW NOT SOLD U N,D E R THE SEWING MACHXNB OF m Used I I , quality: 40 Years Meets first Monday in each month Mack Cook. JiiiIki County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. Cleric Stifi-fi- ANY V. C. S. A. Illankcnshlp. llratcher. OTHER NAME. Superintendent K. S. Howard. Jailer Worth TIchenor. Asst--sr Stmeyur Coroner j I), i:. Ward. C. S. Mosley. Dr. A. 1$. Ulloy. COUKT. WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME will If you pur InM N' W lloi! 11 e ,..uilUll liftvenlii' 1 I 1 I ijs . The Woman's Tonic not li.iviMiin -- n I,, scli iiutifr s julr"--. 001a tvorywliero r.o !& F- KISCAIi Meets Tuesday after first Mondn in January, April am! October. Ed Shown, Hartford. I.st liMiitt Hotito I!. Jnd Dlstrii't Sam L. Stevens, Heaver Dam. Q. B. Brown, Simmons. Hnl DNtrlrt Ith DNtilct G. W. Rowe, Ceuter-tow."5th D-- r Quality 1 Ktir Considered it M,SlSi!&MC& a the Cheapest in the end BEMEPAMED , , to buy. our latest t ut.ilotjui' L foru you purchase. Ths New Home Serins MacKns Co., Orange, Mass. n. If ou s vr mlns. n'nirtiinetilm. write for Jrr District W. C. Daugherty.Balze-town- . W. S. Dean. Dundee. B. V. Ilice, Kordsvllle. B. C. Ithoades, HartC. (Ith District 7th District 8th DIstiht ford, Route original Fort Jacinto reservation, it will protect approximately a thousand acres of Government property and about half that amount in Galveston county. Included In the original shipment of material with which to start tho work wero 5,000 piles and 1,500,000 feet of lumber along with several tralnloads of rock and cement. Several thousand men will bo employed In HAIITFOKI). Mayor J. K. Bean. Clerk J. A. Howard. Police Judge C. M. Crowe. Marshal E. P. Cascbier. ItOCKI'OUT. Ch'm'n. Board James Wilson. Clerk Rushing Hunt. Police Judge John T. Jackson. Marshal Will Langford. POPUIMMCHANICS A1AGAZINB -ILLUSTRATIONS 300 t" ARTICLES 300 T'EEP Informed of the World Mechanics i1 Lnjrfnecrinjr.nod All a an nine I!f:avek dam. W. T. McKenney. Clerk R. W. King. Police Judge J. W. Cooper. R. F. Stevens. Marshal FORDSVILLK. Ch'm'n. Board W. R. Jones. Clerk Olla Cobb. Pollco Judge C. P. Kesslnger. Marshal Grant Pollard. Ch'm'n. Board carrying out the undertaking. -- t GUARANTEED SERVICE One hundred per cent ralae. Special work for W. O. W. W. T. STEVENS, X. T. D. 7. Hartford, Ky. The Shop Not Daiimnt (20 'afM rontatb itmiicai uninuiorMiop ork nar(M7 w7 lor tLr uu iiiinn nmunii inn iiuma. laimaa a n a tour Mochonlc (17 laeoj for the IU7 aDf iri uiniaiia THtMraph , 1M mnn iiniunisiitininK'iiii'WininKoM9M Itoata, WrlttonSoYou Can Understand It Oittlt. Knfltu-o- rand the him v. It unnraift iu an classes va ana xounjr- - Aienomi women. itibrt rkTorneaiatiuinft iaiitouitndoi tiomNthrouriuiut th world. Our Forrlfn roiutovntlf i u the lcJi Vriwn JenU und for tUlDic new in UterttlDii and U la Pmmv&i in! and Invention. Fori Hnow uructluiuforUiftMbcUoaiic.UAinreraDilUisorUmaD SINGLE COPIES. 18c f 1.80 PER YEAR Or4r trm fmt mwMmIm or lrs trm tto wMlr Sonipl copy will bo ont on roquot CASTOR I A For Infants and Children 1. Representing Continental Marble & Granite Co. cnitAao aravpjoaaHnjBi KOs POPULAR MECHANICS MAQAZlNEl o Pricniicn Avinua, 3 3ff3aarwasuK4KrsrxTi;Trri.-pasr3- under by the President; shall 5100 Reward, 100 thomsolvos for registration on a The leaders of tills paper will bo Prosldont, pleased to learn that tlu.ro Is at leatt day proclaimed by tho one dreaded disease that science has and thereafter shall bo Uble to milbeen able to cure In all Its stages and that Is catarrh. Catarrh lelntr greatly itary service. Inllueneed by coiistuutiunal conditions There was no opposition to tho requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Medicine la taken Internally and resolution itself, tho only controverpro-hcrlbpro-Kent istration, sruooii calendar. For0ver30 Years officiaij Itiiiiul of Education. County Alwaysca.7 E. S. Howard, S. S. O. C. In Use KBLL.THB Signature of .MAN ford, Ky. Dlv. No. AVIIO VlSIIi:S H.l l.l (IC iKy. TO SOIiDIKItS fiOKS TO .JAIli Dlv. No. Ky, Wa&JiT&te&at Dlv. No. 1 J. M. Hoover, Hart- Get on a AND CURE the LWKGS COUGH with ESra cs.fi 20. C W. Duff, FordavillP, Kiss's PRICE II. L. Cartor, Narrows, patient etrentjth by nulldln. up the constitution and astlH'Ing nature In doing its work. Tho proprietors havo fo much faith in the curative powers of Hall's Catarrh Medicine that they offer Ono Hundred Dollars for any rase that it falls to cure Send for list nf testimonials. Address I J. CHT.NEY & CO.. Toledo. Ohio. Sold by nil Druggist. '5c. acts thru tlio I)liuU on tlk Mucous Surthereby destroying faces of tlio the foundation of the disease, giving tno Stem ivm. s Mooiti: vitm:s to Tin: iiomi: roi,Ks The following letter with tlio date, phioo from which written, together with signature clipped therefrom was recently received by Mrs. E. P. Moore, of this place Dear Mother. Now for a few niln-ntI cannot allow of real pleasure. myself to think ubout home too much or I wouldn't bo at all satisfied with my work here. I'll tell )ou Mother sometimes things go all right and sometime! everything seems blue. I KiippoiO though that Is truo most anywhere. The climate hsro in France is good. "Wo'va had sunshine every day we'vo been hero. 1 find plenty ol llilnstf J., Marcn toy a. f ) r)iv. No 4 II. O. Autry, Balze- sy heong over tho New amendmont. Justice worked swiftly in brlnslng town, Ky. Opponents of the plan argued that to punishment hero a man who e Div 40i 5 Otis II. Stevens, training tho youths would hamper urromarks ngaintt American cr Dam, Ky. gent army enterprises and tako tho troops. A woman heard Joseph Relk, I Dlv. No, C Nat LIndloy, Centcr-- a labor from farms and factories, laborer, express tho hope that tho 'town, Ky. Imwithout providing soldiers for roa t torreed American soldlera passing on parado Tlmo of Meeting 1st Monday In ITIn liftwnt must know eu mediate needs at tlio front. Strong this morning would bo sunk beforo Isntw In buslotss sod IbIbv February; 1st Monday in April; 1st wht In Invention try. and aelcness. fccntlmcnt for universal compulsory they reached tho front. This n Monday in Juno; 1st Monday in Au- Ott eat of Um rati f et on Um rin ifissv RsJ military training was apparent, howRelk was sentenced to ono year gust; 1st Monday in October; 1st ever, and vote was not in Jail after having been saved by tho Monday in December. as foreshadowing future ac- police from violenco ut the hands of County Board of Examiners E. S. tion on Senator Chamberlain's uni- nn angry crowd. Howard, Mrs. I. S. Mason, Mrs. O. W. versal training bill. A tnost burtstlnr susd nsaflil mafsuttM, tad !Duff. um tifftsi moneys woru. irsrr nsnu TEN MEXICAN 11AND1TS Jan. 25 and 2C Common School S0e Arucl 300 PlcttiK HoUokon, N. . !: ". r n tv 1 iiu. r r- 1T HI4I II'M'U IICD1 fillO ALL Tllli.'AT .VI i LUNG TltOUDLES. 1 near u isesyGry Mbjusi l:j WJlmr f.t,inMM..sJ '.a Aff"! iv im "ViHk" rA y Beav-mad- SQ(7iKAKXi.D Bi.TIJb'AOZOIlVj G Oil MONEY UKVUNDED. 1 uttor-noo- 's Popular Science Monthly' drawiukt uniii.tu.lor ex twrt S4.art Ji aad ins) rl'ttrt. coprnuhts, etc., in I coufiTniea. PROCUnCOANDDCFENOCD..'inil'"0tfeI,l cs Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CASTO R A r Soiae Good Aililrc. "Don't think too much of your own methods. Watch other people'H ways and learn from thorn," This Is good advico, especially when bilious or You will find many peoplo who iiHO Chamborlaln's Tablets for thuHo alluiQuts with tho bout results, and will do wull to follow their U. S. SOLDIERS1 Diploma Examination. May 10 and 11 Common School Marfa, Tex., March 29. Ten Mex- Diploma Examination, May 17 and 18 County Teachers' icans and Private Theodore K. Albert, KILLED IV r" an American cavalryman, wero killed yesterday In a fight between United States cavalry and Mexican bandits near Ptlares, Mexico, southeast of Valentino, Tex., according to oitlclal Tho advices recolvod hero Mexicans, who raldod tho Novlll ranch, killing Clonn Novlll. Ton Mexicans wuro woundod durju ing tho running light. Tho oxpcdl- d. to-da- y. (white). and 2D County Teachers' Examination (colored). f Juno 22 and 23 County and State Teachers' Examination (white). 7rtt7lillrMsssil June 28 and 29 County and State Teachers' Examination (colored). Sopt. 20 and 21 County and Stato (or Fine Call on The Republic Teachers' Examination (wlilto). Sept. 27 and 2S County and Stato Job rrlntliit. Examination May 24 ttrp-nTln- H ft Mir U osnt. AH tb vnr Idoai a4 ibtibuooi la isirienr aD4 virsiMS, m B4 Mropluws, tuUesobllM asd In ntfhlrtsry.In laopwwk and HcwusnalisthlrKsalfcam. MBatMorsiT Mnth, Ucludinc red leers tors, poultrr hausas, rsmituNa automobile shp repslrs, so). Mess. b fill of BooerukUr, swrUtMlaUlaxKfrMsmJ swy, 1.50 Yaar 15 Cent a Copy Ost It from a DsnndtaVtr or Trrttt dlwct to spubrScienc UosBilr, MS rourtk At, N.T. TDEt? rnCC fw kUt s4 ravsstJssi Uli JluslHttt JirtttrvU athlngtontaft ltmt,t monty ana pjtrn tmrjweni. "Usui and infringement Fractlc ticluslrely. 11 s or com to us st U;Sti BtrMt, uv UolU4 lUUa NUot OSm, I WSIWNGTON. D. C. all ' riosiTio'fi trulniuK tlmtliusiiitMjiixuluclorwi. You cun take It at cMo)e or liu mall. XfriUi tolau I)1UU01I0.'S I'UALTIIUI. 111'bWteH COLLtOK rtducAh, xr HKItlS 18 A GOOD I'liACK TO STOP LITTLE MONKS & an louis to 7th open IB COSTulli S. BILLION DOLLARS EVERY ,THG vs Louisville Hotel, Louisville, Ky., Main St., bet. 6th Tliu Only llolol In Lnubivlllo Operated on the American mill European Plant. and IBiggest Reading LOAN CI GRAND SCALE AMKIUCAN PLAN (With Meals) Itooina without llnlh hut with Hot Rlnglo, $2.00 per 75 Hooni8 CO Rooms single, 2. CO per CO Front Rooms, single, 3.00 per Itoonm with I'Hvufu Math; CO Ilooms....'. .single, 3.00 per CO ltoonis single, 3.G0 per day; day; day; Cold Hiiimlng Water. 2 people, J2.00 each 2 people, 2.25 caoh 2. GO each 2 people, 2 2 01 311 DAIS OF Value for your Family Hn tiunt""'i day; day; people, people, 2.75 each 3.00 each INSPIRA. MONSTER OUTDOOn PLANNED TIONAL MEETING FOR SATURDAY, APRIL 6. INCONCEIVABLE SUM $33,CCO,00O,OO0 LASTS ONLY TVO YEARS. vJIHl lH KUIIOI'KAN I'LAN (Without Meals) Kooiiim without llnth hut with single, $1.00 75 Ilooms 60 Ilooms single, 1.25 CO Front Ilooms. single, 1.S0 Hooiiin with Prhnto Itutli: CO Ilooms single, 1.50 CO Ilooms single, 2.00 THE OLD INN, Louisville, l'.'iiroK'jin 150,000 CROWD EXPECTED Hot anil Cold Utiiinliu; Water. per day; 2 people, JO. 75 each pur dny; 2 people, 1.00 each per day; 2 people, ' 1.25 each per day; por day; 2 2 .GUARANTEE WORLD FREEDOM ,Thlrd Liberty Loan, When Carried to Cuccessful Much Hie "Youth's Companion Illfth In IJtuls of home lifcnnd civic life. In the nraount of readlnir unnsj ui an decs, uie mou lor nil iinnaj. The Ut.l from nil tources. Ivlli Marshall to Gardner :ind Other bles Will Rovlsw Spa!-Go- v. Nota- Im- peopto, pcoplo, 1.2C each 1.50 each mense farads. Tlio Third Liberty Bond Campaign will bo Inunchid lu St. Louis April C to Win Quickly. inuc, Will Do 12 Great Serials or Group Stories for 1918 then 250 Shorter Storie? Rare articles by noted authorities. "The best Itfitorial PaRc in the country." Current Event, Nature and Science, Pnuily Page, Hoys' War Page, Girls' Page, Children's 1'aRe, Doctor's Corner, Things to Make, Money to Save, Games and Sports to riay, Companion Receipts. 52 issues, JZ0O. Ky., Cor. Sixth and Main Sts. Plan Only. w Ilooms Without Hath, ."51.00 nmi up; Kooiiim With l'rlvnto lUth, 81.50 IWit KntliiK 1'lnco In Town. and ii Tbo Louisville Hotel and the Old Inn aro located In tbo wholesale district and only a walk to the retail district and theaters. LOUISVILLE HOTEL AND OLD INN COMPANY, Props. VEIXlS3S3S&2SlZMEXaaEKZ3aEZ8Z2XZZ3 with a monster parade and iusp'ra-tiona- l meotlng. Moro than 50,000 soldiers and civilians aro expected to take part lu tho parade, which will lorni at Nowbtood nvonuo and Llndell boulevard and 1'aik to Art Hill, iimich through uhcru tbo patriotic mooting w" uo he-Id-. I Cash Bargain Offer ! The Hartford Republican AND THK MEMPHIS WEEKLY Thomas IL Marshall will review tho parade and deller an address to an audience It Is predicted will number 150,000. Gov. Gardner will Introduce tbo Vice-P- i i sklent. Seated upon tho ic viewing stand will bo the Governor, Mayor Kiel, military and civil leproscntativus of nil of tbo alllco nations and many other prominent persons. Included In the guests of honor upon the platform will bo the parents of St. Louis men who aro nt tbo front or In training camps. The fathers and mothers of these soldiers will carry service flags as a 'mark of patriotic distinction. A huge scrvlceflag bcarlns a star for every St. Loulsan serving in tho army will fly from tbo mast above tho reviewing stand. Tbo largest American flag in the world will be suspended upon the sldo of the bill above tho reviewing Bland. Tho flas Is 78 feet wide and 150 feet long and was presented to St. Louis by tho Million Population Club. Following Marshall's address a dozen bands led by Sousa's band from tho Great Lakes Training Station, playing In concert, will render tho "Star Spangled Banner" as an American flag Is lowered at retreat. Lieut. Commander Philip Sousa baa been Invited to personally lead his band. While tho parade Is moving through Forest Park a squadron of aviators from Scott Field, 111., will bombard St. Louis with Liberty Bond literature. Tho airmen will drop from the sky to the people to invest in bonds and thereby back tho bravo men who are making the supremo sacrifice upon of battlefields the Europe, that America and tho world may be freed from tho menace of Ger- man domination. Daylight fireworks will be an attractive feature of tho celebration. The pyrotechnics will be symbolical of tho occasion. Hcckets shot into tho sky will burst and fla3b In colors American flags, Undo Sams, the Statue of Liberty and other patriotic symbols, April C, tho anniversary cf Ampr-Ica'- s entry into tho war, was selected by Secretary McAdoo as the most fitting date to launch tho Liberty Bond campaign. Mayor Kiel will proclaim a holiday In St. Louis and It Is expect- ed that business houses will close and everybody In the city who can possibly do so attend tho Inspirational mooting. Five thousand soldiers from Jefferson Barracks, naval scouts from tho St. Louis recruiting station, including a drum corps, a naval drum corps com- poseu oi women unu uuy ocuuis win bend tho parade All civic and fraternal organisations will bo represented In the parado. Among tho uniformed fraternal bodies which will participate In the parado aro Knights Templar, Knights of Columbus, Knights of Pythias, Shrlners, Elks and others. The Chambor of Commerce, Jovlans and other organizations will have delegations in the parade. Thcro also will be a delegation from tho trades and labor organizations. A dozen bands, military and civic, will furnish music. A delegation from the Women's Council of National Defense and a Red Cross division will have a prominent place In the procession. Letter carriers and other federal and municipal employes also will be among tho Every man, woman and marchers. child who participates In tho parade Is expocted to carry an American flag and tho next of kin of all soldiers are requested to carry service flags. The parade will move at 2 o'clock. Tho Liberty Loan Committee intends to make April 6 tho grea'.est patriotic demonstration day In the of St. Louis. ls blood-btalned hlj-tor- y Commercial-Appe- al BOTH ONK YKAR FOK I $1.25 Ily special arrangements, wo aro cuahlod to furnish these two papers at tlil.w low rate for n limited time. N n lnro nod one of tho very best Tlio Cotnnierclnl-Appon- l published In tho South. Cash tniist in nil cjusos nccompany each order. Thin rato Is applicable to renew al.s and new subscribers nllkc. pn-ih- tn BEND YOUK 01U)i:it TO t : ! 1 THK HAK1TUKD KEr"UIUlLAIN. t J t I . BREEDING STOCK paid. These are good IndhlduaK, lune been thoroughly tested, as iiallties and Inspection is courted. The war for world freedom is cor.t-ins the United Status one billion a month, or moio than $25,000,000 a day. Appropriations already mado nnd bills now pending in Congress make it certain that the first two years of tbo war will cost Amerlc.i thlrty-threbillion dollars. Tbeso figures are conservative. Indications aro 'tho exppnso will bo many millions moro tf.illy. Few persons have grasped tho meaning Of this stupendous sum. What does this huge sum mean to tho people of tho Un.tod States? Herd aro some of tho things It means: That an obligation of $330 has been piled up against eery one of tho men, women and children In tbo United States. If it wero necos-tar- y to pay off the present war debt at once, tho head of a family of four would hao to pay $1,320, moro available cash than the average family of that size has. Freedom comes high. Every 21 hours Uncle Sam must spend and is spending more than $25,000,000 at 25 cents a day for uvery man, woman ,and child In tho nation. The expenses of tho government aro 1G times as much under war conditions as lu peace times. Not until 1910 did the expenditures of the United States reach a billion dollars In a year. This year, the first in the war. Congress appropriated $18,802,027,501. In 1898, tho year of tho Spanish-Americawa, tho total appropriations were less than half a billion dollars $185,002,044, or about one thirty-sixtof tho cost of tho first year in the present war. In addition to voting more than cash for tho first yeu- of tho war, Congress authorized tho government to enter Into additional contracts which aggregate $2,511,000,000, to be paid for at later dates as the work progresses. Where millions of dollars formerly created Interest In Congress, billions of dollars scarcely arouso a moment's attention, because everybody at Washington realizes that the best way to win the war in the shortest time Is to throw the whole tesources of the nation into the struggle and support tho brave men who aro "over thure." Tho war machinery for a year will cost in dollars and cents an amount that staggers tbo Imagination. Hero are some of the estimates submitted to Congress by tho military branches. dol-'lar'u n h - America's Fashion Authority for millions of women. 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SAYS AMERICA WILL FLOOD WESTERN FRONT WITH MEX "America is not going to be satisfied with a million or a million and a half men in Franco," Dr. Lyman Powell told an audience at the First Unitarian church last night. "America will Hood the Western front with 15,000,000 or 20,000,000 men if necessary to beat the Kaiser." Dr. Powell is president of Hobart College, Now York, and he came to Louisville with Dr. Ernest Abbott, editor of the Outlook, to speak under the auspices of the Council of National Defense. Dr. Powell expressed pity for the German people, who, ho sdiu, vciu "poisoned by fumes of Prusslc acid made in Horlln." "The German peoplo seem to know everything uml understand nothing." was one striking sentenco of tho speaker. "They cannot understand human nature. They do nut understand tho spirit of Belgium or of Franco or of America. "This war i3 a death grapple between autocracy anil democracy. Our President lias rightly said that tho world can no longer rotnaln half auAutocratic and half democratic. tocracy lias attacked threo things dear to democracy government, religion and home. "Tho war has become a contest of wills. I know that ours will bo strong enough to endure to the end. Tho Kaiser does not appreciate the strength of our determination. And raise it." tho German soldiers, while wonderful fighters us they are, are not as efEAST VIEW. ficient as the lighting men of America. Wo must first give them a good Hev. Harper preached an excellent beating, then humuiiizo and Chrissermon at Mt. Carmel, Sunday, tianize them." Mr. II. J. French, made a business Dr. Powell made an appeal for trip to Owenuboro, Tuesday. loyal united support of the Messrs. James Stewart and Joe Dr. Ernest Abbott reviewed tlu Evans, were in Owensboro, Saturday history of Germany's assaults on civ- on business. Miss Gladys Martlet is confined ilization, saying thut tho Zaborn Incident shortly before war was declar- with measles. Mr. A. T, French spent Monday In ed, when a Prussian olllcer was for attacking a cripple civ- Owensboro. ilian, typified the subsequent conduct Messrs. Clarenco and Noble Ilart-iet- t, of Germany as a nutlon. made u bushioss trip to HartDr. Abbott read from Chancellor ford recently. Bethtiiunit-Hollweg's speech to tho Heavy ruins have recently fallen Uclschtug vrhcu Belgium was first iu this vicinity. k, k. self-deni- al court-martial- invaded. In which admission was niado that wrong was being done Belgium, and the justification made Exthat necessity knows no law. cerpts from the German high command's instructions in regard to frightfulness in dealing with civilian populations were also read by the speaker. "We should hear in mind," said Dr. Abbott, "that it is not American arms that stand in this fateful hour between our homos, our lives and the German war machine, hut the arms of Groat Britain and Franco. And we should never forget this. "America must arouse herself and do her part." Tho speakers of tho evening were introduced by Prof. Keuben T. flal-lccwho In a ringing speech niado an appeal for patriotism that manifests itself in action rather than emotion. "Patriotism Is not a thrill or a choke in tho throat," said Prof. Hal-lec"Patriotism is action. can light, can go over tho lop in his own way. "The child who lias not bees taught to buy Thrift Stamps from tho probus not learnceeds of its ed tho A B C of patriotism. It there aro any families in Louisville ho poor that they cannot buy a Thrift Stamp for every member, then, speaking for this audience, I think that I can safely authorize tho Louisville Federation of Social Agencies to loud them money ami we will either subscribe what is loaned or go out and atlves and friends in this county turned homo last week. Messrs. Rodi?ey Ross and George hard wind, hail There was ciuito a Tuesday and rain .storm here Monday night. Meyers went to Owensboro of Adaburg, to enlist in the Navy. Miss Susie Raymond, Mr. Tom Benton spent from Friday is visiting Misses Cecil and Pauline till Monday In Louisville. White. Quite a number from hero attendMr. Harve Grant, Route 1, got his Wednesday. ed a B. Y. P. U. entertainment at foot badly cut on a saw Mrs. Guy Barnard and Uttlo daugh- Point Pleasant Sunday night. Byron Mason Is In Owensboro tills ter, of Ccntertown, are visiting Mrs. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe week. Barnard's Miss Iva Carter, of Point Pleasant, Shults. this week. and little daugh- was the guest of Miss Dena Mao Mrs. Lake Shults ter Gladys, visited relatives in Owens- Carter Sunday. boro last week. OFFICI A L STATEM EXT. Mrs. Calvin Loyal and children left Tuesday morntug for a visit with Statement of the ownership, manthe family of Mr. Hulbert Bean at agement, etc., required by tho net of Centortown. was called to August 24, 1912, of The Hartford Dr. W. L. wcokly at published Fordsvlllu Tuesday to seo the family Republican, of section foreman, Leslie Renfrew, Hartford, Ky for April, 1918. Editor, John H. Thomns, Hartford, who aro sick. XA HI tWS. Law-lac- e JOXKS. Ky. Business Manager, W. S. Tinsloy, Hartford. Ky. Publisher, Hartford Printing Co., Health of community distressingly good as reported by tho doctors, nnd Hartford, Ky. Owners, Hartford Printing. Co., (Infarmers busy as bees. The Baptist church at this place corporated), Hartford, Ky. Stockholders holding 1 per cent or has called Rov. Wash Richards as pastor for tho next year. James F. moro of total amount of stock: I. S. Mnson, Beavor Dam, Ky. Murphy was chosen moderator and C. E. Smith, Hartford, Ky. Ben Rico clerk. C. O. Hunter, Hartford, Ky. Sunday school was organized hero Carl M. Taylor, Beavor Dam, Ky. Sunday. Whlt-tlnghKnown bondholders, mortgagees, Born to tho wife of Emmet u fine girl. Mother and habo and bthor security holdors, holding doing well but Emmet isn't any bet- 1 por cent or moro of total amount of bonds, mortgages, or other securter. Mr. E. W.Matthows, of Montana, ities: Otto C. Martin, M. C. Ohio Circuit who has beou visiting relatives hero Court. Hartford, Ky. returned homo Saturday. Constable C. A. Craig is a hustling (Signed) J. II. THOMAS, Editor. Sworn to and subscribed boforo olllcer. His papers aro always reon court day marked "execut- mo thi3 25th day of March, 1918. turned My commission expires Fob. 28th, ed in full". Mrs. II. J. Odell Is very sick of 1922. W. S. T1NSLEY, rheumatism. Notary Public, Ohio Co., Ky. mm CEXTERTOWX. HKE1) CORN VOH SALE. Misses Flossie Mason and Nolllo Good whito seed corn for sale, Goodall, Messrs. Byron Mason and whllo It lasts," 87 por cent tost by Leon Bishop spent Saturday night United Stutes Dopartmont of Agriuud Suuduy In Rockport. culture. Cull on J. W. Mad lox, Miss Roweua Rowo, who lias been Fordsvillo, Ky., R. F. D. No. 1, Box attending school at Hartford is at 33 homo, and Is very sick at this writing. Call on Tho Hurt ford Republican Mr, Sam Bilbro and family, of Kansas, who have been visiting rel- - for Fine Job Printing. ill A. Swain. Prentiss; llally Flllott, BINS AfiAIV .SHELL PARIS WITH !!1C CVS Cool Springs; W. P. Bennett, Wysox; Central Coal ti Iron Co . Echols; Paris. March Si. Tho bombard- Broadway Coal Mining Co.. Simmons; e German Central Coal tc Iron Co., MrHenry; ment of Paris by guns, was rosumod at 2: IB p. m. to- Beavor Dam Coal & Iron Co.. B aver Dam; Barnes Bro., Beaver Dam; II. day. At tho scrvIco3 this morning tho B. Snyder. White Run; Dr. W L. churches were even more crowded Barrett, Deanllold. Ky.; Luther Leach, Rob Roy,; Iinyden & than usual on Easter Sunday. Rockport;' II. E. Shults. No unexploded shell from a gun bombarding Paris has thus far been Shultztown; S. M. Royal, Reynolds; examined In the municipal laboratory Charlie Evorly, Ceralvo; Beaver Dam fragments of sufficient size lo permit Coal & Iron Co., McIIonry. -- ethe directors to reach certain concluThey are of the opinion that GOOD AVERAGE IS .MADE OX sions. a double fuse Is used and that tho SMALL A.MOr.VT OF TOBACCO (eight and guns flro one quarter Inch) shells. Tobacco sales were held on only Apparently four guns aro being three floors on Monday. There was a. used, two on each alternate day. Tho salo of 70,305 pounds, which brought guns, which aro rilled, tubes of tho the growers J11.S2S.S0. Tho averago aro more than sixty feet long. Tho In- was $15.G7. stallation and adjustment of the At the Equity Homo tho sale toguns must rcqulro at least threo mon- taled 9.5G0 pounds that sold for $1.-- a ths. Doubtless they nro concealed 0;i9.C2. Tho averago was $17.15.A. under mountain cement, rendering it C. King, of Llvla, sold 1.005 pounds most dllllcult to locate and destroy that made an nverago of $2:1.83. Tho thin. top price was $20.50. Tho West says: An olliclal noto Issued tonight Ninth street house sold 29.GG0 cannon pounds "Tho Gorman long-rang- e for Jt.G77.05 at an averago of continued during tho day to bombard $15.7G with tho best price at $25. the Paris district. One person was John Payne, of Calhoun, sold a load killed and one was Injured. or 2,130 pounds at an averago of $22.25. HELP JUXIOlt RED CROSS The Lancaster house sold 37,085 WITH YOUR SUXDAY EGGS pounds for $5,512.13 that niado an Tho Junior Red Cross Is asking for average of $11.88. Tho top price was Sunduy eggs from ovory chicken rais- $JS. Paul hchreckor sold a load of er iu Ohio county. Please deliver 2,380 pounds that niado un averago as early In each week us convenient of $21.25. The figures were trash, all tho eggs laid on Sunday to the $18? lugs,$22; leaf, $24.50 and $28. merchants in tho following list most Albert Goetz sold 855 pounds at an uvorngo of $21. Leaf brought $22.-5- 0. convenient to you: lugs, $22 and trash $20. Owons-bor- o Bros., or J. C. Ilor, HartEllis Messenger. ford; Edd Duke, Dundee; W. A. Sunuydule; G. R. Hickcy, Chirk, HOW SHE WOULD FIND OUT. Dukohurst; Dexter & Vincent, Center-towJ. II. Addlugton, Kronos; L. Wllllo nnd Jack uro two youngE. Evorly, Matanzas; II. J. Mlllgln. Hoflln; J. A. Bilbro, No Creok; A, C sters who uro puglllstlcally incllued. Smith, Bedu; F. M. Hoover, Buford; Tho other day tho following conversaMosloy & Mldkiff. Magan; W. L. tion took place between them: Knott, Hayncsvillo; II. Wilson, Fords"Aw." said Willie. "You're afraid villo; Mrs. T. E. Butler, Shrove; J B. to fight; that's all it is." Renfrow, Narrows; E. M. Hoover, "Naw, I'm not," protested Jack, Olatcin; L. S. Hoover & Son, Fried-lun- "I'ut if I fight my niu'll llud it out Walker Myrtle, Horse Dranh; and lick me." Fred Baize, Roslne; Mrs. N, L. "How'll sho find it out, oh?" Woosley, Reufrow; J. S, Jame. Se"She'll seo the iineim- .!.. iv -JfUUl lect; Clarouce James, Cromwell; p. house." Harpor'd. ". bum long-rangn; , d; - iit4 wi.f- -