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The Hartford republican: April 12, 1918 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1918 hao1918041201_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: April 12, 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. F s V. Hjie BACK GERMANS Mtwtfim) DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE r,c:i-o- l Ucpnblicmt OF OHIO COUNTY ine Job Work. Subscription $1 per Year " i vol. xxx. HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1918, loss dog tax for tho sheep and No. 41 Mm mi ' i ,S Strong Hun Attack Baateri J fK Off By Amaric&n Forces. I Inflict heavy loss Mftcr Great Preparations With Shells And Gas, Enemy Fails. the fund. At the closo of day, whon the first stars woro pooping down from tho cloudless aky.nnd tho church bells wore tolling for vesper service, .Tohn And lils twin brother, Dan, who aro as devoted to each other aa John was to Itrowulo, took all that waa mortal or the once faithful dog out Into tho garden, where loving handa had hewn a I oni I) out of the pulseless clay, and laid it down to overlaitlng sleep. Whllo John stood with bowed and uncovered hoad Dan road tho burial service for tlio dead, and with only the stars oil watch the allent mourners turned sorrowfully away, and loft tho tomb of Urownlo to await that gftat day, if thorn la auoh a day, wheu the fallhfulliiess of dogs will be rewarded. q" Keep the Lamp of Liberty Burning until they wero within certain range, AN IMMENSE CROWD then opened flro, pouring In a storm of hullcta. Gaps nppcarod in tho advancing linos at many places, some ot thorn largo, whero tho machlnf guns had chewed through. Still the German waves cama on.v.lthout firing a slnglo shot just advancing. The Americans were unable to untlcrstcnd these tactici, hut, nevertheless, were certain that it was a question of slaughtering th3 enemy or being themselves smothered under Hy thin time their the advance. wcaponn wero so hot that they could not bo used effectively and tho enomy was close, no that tho engineers retired, fighting, took up another position ; then turned and began operations r.gaiu. A I3rltlsh officer who witnoiwd tbn "TgEgement is reported to have said: "They held on by their teeth until tho last niomont, inflicting torriflc casualties on tho enemy. Then thoy moved back and waited for tho Gor- -. mam and repeated tho perform GREETS SPEAKERS 2,000 People Attend Liber- ty Loan Meeting Here. h there ever was any doubt that the hearts nnd souls of Ohio county people are In this war to win It was dlspolled by the immenso crowd that gathered hero yesterday to hear tho Liberty Loan speakers discuss tho importance of the bond salo. Between 1500 and 2000 people gathered in tho public square at tho opening of tho meeting. On account of tho great crowd present it was necessary to hold the meeting in tho open air, and the first speakers appeared upon tho balcony of tho court house. The 33C Infantry Military band from Camp Taylor camo down, and added inspiring music to tho occasion. Tho band was composed of 26 pieces, and was under tho direction of Emory W. Clark. Tho band rendered a number of patriotic airs, that were pleasing nnd inspiring to tho audience. Mr. John II. Barnes introduced tho first speaker, Capt. Nash, of Camp Taylor, who made a brief address that "stirred tho great crowd present Capt. Nash to earnest .enthusiasm. told his hearers that we might havo lost all tho wars in which we havo over engaged and still live, but it this war was lost all was lost." The prlnclplo speech 'was delivered by Col. E. T. Franks, ot Owensboro, On account of the fact that he Is speaking dally' in the Interest of tho bond salo, Col Franks could not speak in tho open air, and delivered, his address in tho court house. Every vailablo space in the court house wa3 crowded witii people who woro anxious to hear tho well known speaker. Col. Franks struck straight from tho shoulder. Ho told the pcoplo frankly that on tho battlo lino in Franco the Allies wero being pushed back inch by inch, foot by foot and milo by mile, and that tho greatest sacrifice must bo made by tho American people to chock onslaughts of the Huns. He said tho American people had been asleep 'at tho post whllo tho Hunnish hordes wore undermining their liberties, and must awaken to their duties boforo the clock struck tho doom of Democracy to tho freo people of tho earth. Many pcoplo said Col. Franks made tho strongest speech over delivered in the court house, and the aroused spirit ot the people after coming-awafrom the hall demonstrated that his pointed shafts had hit the mark. Wo may not say just what tho subscriptions amounted to at tho close o tho meeting, but we can state that tho fondest hopes of the Liberty Loan Organization were fully gratified, oven beyond that looked for. TAX ItAISB HBDUCKD. 4 American Army in v,.riifllnv. Anrll 10. The 'til aerni.i'is attempted pn attack against positions nonmvMi oi tho .'iii-rltallkjjt .... I1MI.D9 mm .law... i Itll'J ai.MMlau till, mnfll. completely repuhwd. ''fjffw"! German pirlsonors wilil the eno- i Hi.. fnoV wllli n ffirnfl 3t; my .... wi iiamii-Jv.of S00 liUMi. hut that it was stopped Jj'ilh Hh full strongth hy tho offoctlve v'flro of tho American artlllory. The Ono i' Americans lost no prisoners. '' .of tho Gorman prisonqrs illuil Inter Vof wounds, ' JO It was the heaviest German attack j'i iadu on An American force. Bril liant work by American gunners dls- Infantry before fnoraori thn they reached tho wire ontniiRlemontB nml those of the onomy who Rot into Vthe wire were accounted for with ma- KjVfcchlno Rim ami rine lire. V E- - Th0 German attack came after a or GvlnU-n- t artlllury bombardment throo days. A largo nunibor of the cucmy aro bcllovmi to nave iiuuh w- cd or wounded during the uttaeK, which continued for nearly two ."With KX AMINATIONK COMTIN UK. The local exemption board con- ... tinues Its examination of men for tho army service, on Vednesdan and Thursdays of uach week. hino our last repot t the following young men havo passed for service: Dexter I. Whlttlnphl!!, Lexington. lCdgnr Klper, Iialzetown. William K. Drake, Cromwell. Krank Chlnn, Hartford. Wavy C. Malln, Heaver Dam. .Tames 0. Tomes, Narrows. Arvln Igloheart, Narrows. Wllllo D. Muffett, Narrows. Isaac K. Grllllth, Whltesvlllo. Leslie Shields, Cromwell. Arl I). Ward, Centortown. Archio Cnrnes, McIIenry.. Felix lllrch, Hor.su Hranch. WIDOW Kiifus Laslibrooks, Hartford, It. 2. Chester Shields, Cromwell. Karl Thomasson, Hartford. H. 7. Deo Carl Ferguson, Horse Branch. ance." I3y tho time tho engineers had near reached a place somewhere Noyon they wero nearly exhausted and almost without equipment. There they were given a chance to rest and According to nil reports they wero entitled to it, for certainly they gave tho Germans a generous sample of what the enemy Is to expect from the American army. Hun Coup Id 'Prevented. During a battle usual stories always crop up, but .tho following is one which tho correspondent heard from an unquestionable source and It Is said to havo been verified: In one of tho periods when tho American engineers and their Canadian comrades In arms woro holding a position what' appeared to ho a Tho nritlsh staff motor drovo up. driver was in tho uniform of a British soldier, and a man in the ton-- , ncau was In the uultorm of a British staff officer. The officer stepped out and asked for the commanding officer. Ho was taken to a Canadian officer nearby. Tho staff officer ordered tho commander to rellro four kllometers.say-hi- g that tho Germans were' pressing on both Hanks and ho might bo cut -- - 5t fle-m- un (Plaschkd In Louisville Times.) IN WEEDS 01 ENGINEERS SLAY GERMANS Or- IS jIBW IN TEARS John I?. IMilpps, Hartford. tour- - film American positions and making gjfctcnIvi- - use of gas ahella. At noon .tonlay the enemy began a haras- imr rim PcainHt ono ot our strong i point- - nnd kept It up throughout the .nlTbt. dropping luminous oi sueua oi nil ciillbcrR on both tront nun ruar podtlom. The Amerieau artillery re plied vigorously, the men in some Batteries working with their gas 'Mffluusk-- s on for two or throe hours a ni .. miuiviii ... 1. ,1.1,. . .. n ciu iiiuiiiiiib i"i mnmilnrr flnl'- WW' AL'UUl L .,. infniiirvinon in tlio front line sig- ' . . .. . uaiiwriu.-- ' ""'jnaled llieir i. ...!.... frt.. n lirrnirpT."feiil started for tlio American front Hnc. Tho American Riinnora laid n counter barraRO almost Immediately. 'The nttnekora, who wore, especially trained for this operation, wero lected from amoiiR tho best men Ir three reRiments. They woro preceded by shock platoons, but tho American Imrrufio caiiRht them beforo they entanglo-mont- s. wcro ablo to reach our wire 1 t k hours beforo thoir I'or Hoventy-twiffohort the .Germans had .. bean firing t ..t.ito ..I 'ni KISll ln riasing numoer ui usu o Ga.s Shells Toed. . Oscar Shields, Cromwell . Kemlo Rhonds, Dcanflold. Wlialcn Collins, (col.) Fordsvillor Ola M. Keown, Hartford, K. G. Armendt Ilrook?, Fordsvllle. Myrtle McCleary, Vlncennes. Ind. Carl Talbert. (col.) Hartford. James B. Stone. Hartford. Clias. Ivory Lynch, Olnton. . SUKI) KOIt IMG SUM. Husband Of Few Hours Spy in British Uniform Torn From Bosom Of ders Retreat, Is Weeping Wife. Killed. Mrs. Helen O'llcar Saufley King is m'inconsolablo griof. Her boy husband, Harry King, whoso youthful coniortship she had enjoyed only for a few hours has been ruthlessly torn from her bosom by nfedlhiR relatives of the young groom, and hidden away in so mo untludnblc place In Chicago. of Kentucky, through lta attorney C. B. Smith, has filed suit against tho Silver Kiug Novelty Company, of Indianapolis, ndiaua, for sums aggregating $4,50i. Tlio company, It is alleged by the commonwealth, has provldod gam-hlin- d devices, slot machines, at different points in Ohio county to merchants, with whom It has shared the proceeds of a game of chanco. Tho offciisj! under Kentucky law is to an action for damage in a sum. not to exceed ?500 for each Tlio Commonwealth oiTonsc. It is alleged the Silver KIhr Nov-olt- y Atncrlc-Mi- i Klre Terrille. TWA tcrrinc ftro against tho advancing rihomy was kept up by mo American Tho Gormuns probably suf- . ilBattcrica. ffercd severo casualties, as several 4ij&lc8 woro scon ImiiRlne across tlio Jtearbcd wlro after tho enemy retired. attack was mailo In a heavy , liibVnlnR mist, but tho American ruii- ' ' ners did wontlorf'ul work consIdorliiR '; tho poor visibility. f . J.Ah soon as' thd American barrnKf(' American infantrymen cllinb- lifted ' r.ed from their shiflters nnd attacked '''tho enomy with heavy machine cun those who '''fand rltlo flro, driving back.by tho ar- V,h'ad Hot boon dispersed VfJtljIory llro. ATWfTho attack was followed by n artlllory duel, which wiw still yi on ata.lato hour toulRht. Jk Company has provldod tho gambling dovlco and shared tho proceeds with tho following Ohio county merchants; Qcorgo Phipps, Simmons, i. M. Lawrence, Haytl; W. T. Madilox, .Mcllonry; S. M. Doxtor, Centortown, Guy Muffet, Narrows; Shormnn B.all Horso llranch; Orinan Taylor, lle.iver Dam; J. II. Addlngton, Kronos and Uockport. Tlio nrownlng, James cases will como up for trial at the Slay term of circuit court. VISIT OLD 1I0MH. dTho ; Mrs. King i3 a daughtor of Judge Kd C. O'Henr, of Frankfort, and was tho widow ot the iato Cnswell Saufley, an aviator who lost his llro through a leaky winged aoroplane a couple of years ago. Mrs. King Is known throughout Kentucky for her remarkable beauty. Is known to newspaper readers for her daring aoroplane drivo around the spire of tho statute of Liberty some timo ago, but Is more Immediately known as tho inconsolable bride of a kidnapped husband. Mis. King is 27 and tho boy only 20. The boy has, or will have at his majority, a considerable fortune. Tho King family went up In tiro nlr over tho boy's niarriago to tho widow, so much his senior. Lieutenant A. C. King, of Camp Taylor, brother of Harry, spirited tho boy away to Chicago in tho care of a triond, only a few hours after tho marriage, and tho heart broken brldo Immediately left Loulsvlllo for hor homo at Frankfort. liiilcr Ilrldo and groom rounited in Chicago. WIO tho American Army in France, April S? Tho American railroad engineers who helped stem tho tide ot the onrushing Germans during tho opening days of the battle now in progress, fought shoulder to shoulder with Canadian engineers in carrying out their taek. Thoy held their ground stubbornly and only retired to previously prepared positions when forced to do so and inflicted casualties by tho thousands upon tho Germans as thoy advanced in closo formation, in ono place in as many as soven waves each wavo ten men deep and 100 yards apart. Working With' Canadians. When tho German attack began the Ainbericans wero working in the rear lines with tho Canadians, under Thoy quickly Canadian command. threw down their tools and seized tho weapons with which they had been armed for some months nnd formed themselves into a fighting Tho Germans caino on and unit. finally reached tho positions whore tho Americans woro waiting. Tho exact number of tho engineers cannot bo given, but they wero comparatively small. Thoy had no intention ot retreating, however, and woro bent upon killing all tho Germans possible. As tho first gray enemy advanced tho American forces let them come off. For pome reason tho Canadian comHo had mander became suspicious. the staff officer searched when the latter failed to produce his authority, and papers were found on him proving that he was a German officer. Ho and his chauffeur were immediately shot. American engineer officers aro said to havo been present when tills occurred. e TUB NKW FISH LAW. Much confusion has been created in tho minds of the pcoplo In regard to tho provisions of tho new law authorizing tho taking of fish Trom tho streams of tho state by seines and nets. Various versions ot tho law havo appeared from time to tlmo in tho now3papors, "with no two of thm alike. Wo wont to tho county court clerk, who had a copy of the law and after examining it wo quote tho following substantial provisions of the law. On and after April 1, fish may bo taken In the navigablo streams only, ot the state, and Jn these only below tho last iock and dam, with nets, tho meshes of which aro not less than Under this law two inches square. llshjiig with nets 'wfU.bQ permissible- ! to Ohio county fishermen only In Hough river below tho' locks, and III Green rivef, Fishing with nets may not bo dono within two hundred yards of any locks, the mouth of nny stream nor within that dlstanco ot tho mouth of any navigable stream. Tho law further provides that any argo or small mouth black baas taken Bhati bq , Immediately returned without Injury, to tho water from which takon. Beforo, fishing with nets or solnos a license must first bo.socured from tho idoiinty court' clqrK, for which a ; fee ot'U.25 shall be. paid. s ' Tho Montaguo brothers, flvo in number, who were reared nnd laid tho foundations of their fortunes at Cromwell, rovlslted tho glimpses ot tho nloon recently. Thoy woro, Charles C. Montaguo, Ueech Grovo, Ky.; J. S. Montaguo, Kvansvlllo, Ind.; Liout. B. A. Montaguo, Tacoma, Washington ; Dr. W.. C. Montaguo, BvamJvlllo, Ind., and Samuel A. Montague, of Kvansvlllo, Indiana. Tho MoiitaRiio brothors aro sons of Mr. Arch Montague, deceased, who lJKOWNIK SMCKI'S WKMi. I ,r-was for many yoars a merchant of .. .....i-.- .. . 'S V ' speciro mo auuuuw ui Cromwell. Tho boys had spent a ovorythlug that lives number ot days visiting tho scones mirth tho shado or of their boyhood. Thoy stayed at inrKa iiko a muruuruua nuu thq Commercial llotol hero Monday ' 'M N" flinnrlnn tn Htrlkll at tllO most U11UK nlgh,t, on their way returning to their i .. homes. octed moment. '' s ' ii ('Sunday whllo tlio pcoplo ot this MUCH AltUBSTKl). at church stlrrhiR Ity woro Rathored the hearts of tho people with patA warrant was issued in Judge riotic speeches tho destroying angel laid Its Icy flnEors on tho faithful and Cook's court Friday for Willie Callo boioxpd, old-do- g "Urawnlo" that had way, of Mcllonry, charging. him w(Ui Thli Is fe liMn so long tho faithful watch und breaking a seal on a car. good friend John tho third warrant of arrest issued for lardlan of our wceks;; jgag, and thoro was sorrow iii the Calloway In (as manyguHtjriin. '6nly county public as well last week ho pleaded jjKtag household. Tho fl&John will suffer a loss in tho dealh court to a charge of breach ot tho .. rmtZ. ta- - 14 ...lit HIVUU W4V rlnllnr peace, and was fined $25. nin waa 'UlUU W& ii WUt , . The Great Battle. Tho greatest battlo In the history ot the world Is being waged In Franco. The Huns, forestalling tho tljno' when tho United States can throw a poworful army Into Buropo, ure striking with n violent effort to closo tho conflict beforo tho Anlori-enn- s nrrlvo. This is tho year tho Hun must win, it ho wins at all, and thoro is little hopo that tho Gorman Offensive will lot up until it has spent its forco, or broken tho Allies' lino. Siuco March. 1 a full half million ueu havo been killed or disabled from service,, and. y(i tho desperato butchery goes on' Just now thollluns are pressing thp British lines, which aro holding with much difficulty. Orders havo been issued to send tho Amorican soldiers to tho roscuo ot tho sorely pressed British army, and within tho next few days tho Amorican peOplo muBt opectf'tu tasfp tho bitter fruit of war. Tho German are, being made without to thrfWrul'slaughte'oVuielr men, and aro pressing tho Allies. witli sheer forco of numbers. Tho Allies, with unlimited man power to draw , ro-ga- rd BJ R , . .' ' ;- -' " "j on, aro retreating at st,ratcgetlc points with tho view to avoiding execssivo slaughter of men. Unless decisivo results aro sooner obtained tho florce-ucs- s of tho battlo ,'nmy not bo expected to abato for weeks and maybe for inontlis; Gorman strategy (remands constant nnd violent action, All her avatlablo military forces tiro tn th"o Hold, and she must ctiiko tho fortunes of w'u'r oh a single campaign. Tho tldo ot battlo is Just now unfavorable to tho yAUies, but it is hoped that throwing in 300,000 fresh American troops, may vastly Improve tho AljUes'jfortunes of war. It (is certain nothat history will record this, as tho decisivo battlo ot tho war. If tlio Allied armies hold through tho season's fighting, Gorman or will bo too exhausted to ever again contend on a fllold of battlo for the fjiustory ,'o'f, the wb'rld'But assuming a German victory in this campaign tho jwuj wpuld ijrag into ,nni other . yoar. Tfio freemen of. tho world military 'mallness, and there can bo no doubt ot the final result. man-pow-. i mi.' I1BAT THIS COW? Mc.L. E. Wilson, ot near Horse Branch, has a Jersey cow which will bo 7 years old, coining May 2nd., that has brought him :fl culves, 5 of' Which, ho has sold for $200.00, all having beon,sold at an early .age., j This is another link ,in tlio very long chain of evldencd "that 'goVd blood' fn all kinds of stock is tin asset to tho owner. A committee. of Ohio county citizens composed of Judge Mack- Cook, mith, Ed Barras3 it. L. Heavrin.CE, and John H. Thomas, appeared boforo tho State Tax commission at Frankfort Monday and succeeded in getting a largo reduction from tho ralso of assessment rocoutly given Ohio county by that board. ) Tho Tax Commission had raised tho c3sessod valuation of tho county 51,300,000 on real cstato, $30,000 on town lots and ?300,000 on tnngl-bl- o property. After hearing tho committeeman tho Tax commission 'reduced the. ralso, to ono million dollars, and left the amount ot tho ralso to bo distributed in such a, mannor and on such prop'erty us the local board of supervisors think will best equallto among tho tho burden property oWiiors ',pf tho county. Tho committeo found tho members of tho Tax commission disposed to hear its complaint with patlonco and to adjust tho rai&e with reason. And It Is fair to tho Commission to say that tho committeo, after examining tho record ot assessment of tho othor counties ot tho state, was convinced that tho million dollar ralso was not unjust to the taxpayers of Ohio ' county. '. By securing a reduction ot $630,-00- 0 pf .the Commissions' .rnlspj tho committee feols, liko.lt had rendered tho county- - a substantial service in appearing beforo the Tax - . p.-sV- -. y,(r ' v- - v ' J- - -- iA ' gy 4ls & u -- - n L on Lft, rap f ffyjy. Y K7. JheRihtIIro3) xr npHERE the field. There is nR The advertisinc for the Third Liberty Loan in this city has been made possible through the patriotism of the firms, who have Generously contributed the space in which the advertising will appear: rat 002:ism' WB i O '"i1 but one sure road to VICTORY the d efeat of the German armies in is V.'V BEAVER DAM but one sure road to VICTORY, and it must be built upon the toil, the steady purpose, the saving mm. the lending of a whole nation. but one sure road to VICTORY, and it must be built upon the Liberty Bonds of a loyal and united American people. On this road, and this road alone, can our splendid armies drive through to the Rhine and beyond! Build well, O Road Builders, and 'build quickly I is ' DEPOSIT BANK . P. BARNES & BRO. There C. M. TAYLOR HUDSON Z. W. MITCHELL M. D. LUTHER LILES R. G. W. KING H. ROGERS : ' V H. L. LEACH R. T. TAYLOR, JR. ' " ' "- ' J u' - a i P.T.WILLIS OTHA DEXTER iSHk : m VG I &fll an . J. F. CASEBIER COOPER BROS. LUTHER CHINN " r It M J. M. PORTER G. W. BRUNTON J. T. VINSON BEAVER DAM MILLING CO. HARTFORD HERALD THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN seldom one can help a great cause without personal sacrifice. But you can. These Bonds are the safest, best investment in the world. Security? Why, they are a first mortgage upon the United States. Every railroad in the country, every homestead, farm or public building, every industry, every income or salary, everything we own everything you own is pledged as collateral. is If you can't pay cash for your Bonds, you can borrow a part of the money at your bank, using the Bonds as security; or you can buy them at your bank on easy partial payment plan. It is no trouble to buy Liberty Bonds- -it is no trouble to pay for them. See your banker today. The Whole World Is Watching You! BUY! THE SPACE ON THIS PAGE WAS DONATED BY THE FOLLOWING FIRMS AND PERSONS OF BEAVER DAM, and The Hartford Herald and Hartford Republican Beaver Dam Deposit Bank, E. P. Barnes & Bro., C. M. Taylor, Z. W. Mitchell, M. D. Hudson, Luther Liles, R. W. King, C H. Rogers H L Leach R T laylor, Jr., P . T ' '. Willis, Olha Dexter, J. F. Casebier, Cooper Bros., Luther Chinn, J. M. Porter, G.W. Brunton, J. T. Vinson, Beaver Dam Milling Co. ' s BRITISH AND JAPS AT VLADIVOSTOK Bolshevik! Will Likely Make Protest To Sam. Uncle WiiRhliiRton, Aprnl S. Tho Inml-iiiof Jnpani'Hu nnd Ilrlt IhIi forces nt R V li April 8. Washington, Winter wheat production this yenr will bo Vladivostok and ttio l)olnliovlkl about GfiO.OOO.OOO bushels, tho Deto tho tnovo iiroinlno to cinrw partment of Agriculture estimated totho Stain Department homo con com. day In ItB report showing tho condiWhen JnpuncHo occupation of Klhoria tion of tho crop on April 1 to bo 78. G wna proponed recently, thh Governper cent of normal. ment nsatiinod a "hands off" policy Kyu production will bo about SG,- mid thu lliiHHlan National Council of 000,000 bushels, Its condition April 1 Soviets tins niinonncud Its purpoxo being 8S.8 pcr.cont of a normal. to protest to the United .Stales ii(;ali)Kl Condition of winter wheat in tho tho present step. Inportnnt growing States follows: America's nttlttido drew expres Ohio, 80; Indiana, 04; Illinois, 88; sions of natlsfnctlon from thu KtiHslan Missouri, 92; Nebraska, 7G; Kansas, otllclal jircHH, hut developments In G7; Oklahoma, Gil. Vladivostok liavo chunked tho sltna-tlu- u Winter wheat, sown last autumn In thu pant tho United Slates on 42,170,000 ncres, tho largest often has nsuerted Itn rlRht to land area over planted to that crop In the n.irn.1 forces to overcome conditions history of American ugilculture, enot anarchy existing at soiiiu foreign tered tho winter with tho lowest conport where American lives and propdition of record on December 1. In Home (inotl Advice. erty were Involved. In Vera Cruz production forecast, the your own Its December "Don't think too much of larRO military forces wore used for Department of Agriculture estimated Watch other tJs purpose without violating the methods. from them," people's way tho crop would bu about 540,000,000 This Is good and learn general principle of International law. bushels. Efforts had been nindo In Assuming that tho American Con- (idvlro, especially when bilious, or con tho early fall to stimulate production find tunny peoplo by heavy planting, but weather nnd sul's report that Japanese citizens stipated. You will were Killed and wounded at Vladi- who uso Chamberlain's Tablets for other conditions were, adverse. Tho vostok by unrestrained Russians Is those aliments with thu best results, government had aimed to have a crop flupplcmculcd by evidence that the and will do well to follow their ex- of G72.000.000 bushels ot winter in local llolshcvlki olllclals either are ample, wheat and relied upon fnrmers to powerless or unwilling to punish the plant enough spring wheat to bring guilty parties and afford adequate OKIt.MANS- tl.W'K tho country's wheat production this 1IOMIIS TO TOTS year to more than 1,000,000,000 protection to foreign life and property, olllclals hero feel Hint they bushels. Chicago, April C Tho thrilling cannot withhold full approval of the Weather conditions through the action of tho Japanese and Uritlsh. story of his experience against the winter have not been adverse to the Tho fact that the Uritlsh followed Huns In France was told by Sorgt. winter grain crops, and early reports thu action of thu Japanese gives an Christopher Jones, of the Koyal Urit- Indicated that thu winter wheat anil International aspect to tho incident lsh Field Artillery, In thu psychopa- rye had begun the spring In better which also tends to deprive it of any thic court hero. condition than had been expected. appearance of a simple net of JapThree times ho was wounded and Winter wheat production last year llvu times ho went through thu hor- was 418,070,000 anese aggression. bushels, and tho conDlrrlcultle.s are autlcplated by off- rors of being gassed "over there." He dition of the crop April 1 was G.1.4 icials In communicating a sound and has been doing duty at tho British per cent of a normal; 1916 produc-lo- n ratio explanation of thu attitude of recruiting olllcu hero since his was 480,553,000 bushels, and the In 1917. Ho still carries a April this Government to thu Holshuviki condition 78. H, whllo ten-yeauthorities in Moscow. It Is uxpected piece of shrapnel In his skull, receiv- uverage April condition is S3. 6 iter that there will be some communica- ed at the battle of Ypres, when for cent. Tho crop's condition on tion from the Japanese and Uritlsh live days ho lay In a shell hole, with1 was 79.3 per cent of a norGovernments to tho Statu Depart- out food or drink, until a hospital dog mal. ment hero of the purpose of tho na- rescued him. Kyo acreago last autumn showed a Jones was in thu fighting at Albert 3G por cent Increaso over the previous val commanders, and olllclals hope thoy will allay tho llolshevlki ap- when that city was attacked and the year, with G,l 19,000 acres planted prehensions that a military Invasion cathedral destroyed. Tho condition of the crop on DecemXoter Had A Chance. of Siberia by Japan and Great ber 1 was Sl.l pur cent ot a normal, "That was whore tho Bodies gave and the forecast of production made been started. bombs to tho children, bombs painted nt that time was S5, 000, 000 bushels, e. Nature 'tire, The Doctor Tal.es the like toys and set to explode In a few and the condition on Anril 1 was SCO ,. ,. 1(1(.V IVe. minutes." said Jones: "The poor kids, i. , p K..V w.. .. . -V..W ..W. There Is an old saying that "Nat urn they never had a chance. Yes, I saw was 4S.SG2.000..WW...... bushols, and tho cures, the doctor takes thefeo," but some of theso explosions. And 1 saw-ol- April condition 87. S per cent, while abL'vcryono knows you can help Nawomen given the bayonet. averago April condition the ten-yeture very much and thereby enable "Wo charged them, but our olllcors is S9.0 por cent. It to effect a euro In much less time wouldn't let tia kill them. Wo had m than Is usually required. This is t j take them prisoners when they holVILLA Ni:AISINi ItOKDKIt. partlculararly true of colds. Chnm-burlal- lered 'Kanierad.' Cough Koniedy relieves tho "When 1 was captured the Uoches Marfa, Tex., April 8. The main lungs, liquifies thu tough mucus and threw me Into a forty-fopit with oily of Vllln's command was reported They told aids in its expectoration, allays thu a lot of other prisoners. to bo In tho Palomas mountains, forty in restoring mo I could get out if I worked in tho cough and aids Nature miles south of Lajltas, and a short I told them to thu system to n healthy condition, in munition factories. dlstaiice south of San Antonio. In go to h , and stayed In tho pit. this command, according to tho reof us overpowered "Ouo night !' 1'OOD VAST AMOUNT port received at military headup on tho rope COKS TO ALMKD COUNT1HKS a guard, climbed quarters here from Hertford, were which they used to lot wator down to Porfirlo Hernandez and Alvino us, and escaped through woods and Statistics compiled by tho Food two Villa Generals. Jose Chashow that thu grand swam rivers until wo got to sea. Wo vez is at San Antonio to guard tho up on total of all food exported to tho four got on a fishing boat and woke road from tho border. Villa's purallies tho United Kingdom, Franco, the coast ot Franco." pose in approaching tho border is Italy, and Kussla from July 1, 1914, 4 said to bo to dispose of a largo quanto January 1, 191S, would furnish Constipation and Indigestion. tity of silver bullion and obtain amcompleto yearly rations for 57,100-57- 0 Theso aro twin evils. Persons suf- munition and rifles. men. additional aro often fering from Indigestion Since tho beginning of tho war tho troublod Mrs. with constipation. GLASS IN 1XX)1 limited States has managed to supply Itobert Allison, Mattoon, 111. .writes AT CAMP TIIAYIS tho allies with food enough each year that when sho llrst moved to Mattoon t5 support 16, 314, 552 persons, and sho was a great sufforer from u San Antonio, Tex., April 7. Proof with an oxcess of botk protein and Food disand constipation. of the presence ot ground glass In fats sufficient for several milllous tressed her and thoro was a feeling tho nlno different articles of food more. like a heavy weight pressing on her shipped to the Ninetieth Division Tho total exports of wheat and stomach and chest. Sho did not rest commissary at Camp Travis, was anwheat Hour to tho threo principal well at night, and felt worn out a by Maj. Noel Gains, allies, Russia getting but a very small good part of tho timo. Ono bottlo of nounced tonight commanding that division. por cont of tho whole, wero equivalent Chamberlain's Tablets corrected this Fifty members of olllcors' families to about 384,000,000 bushels, or an trouble so that sho has felt like a and enlisted men aro ill, ho said. average of about 110,000,000 bushols different person, nt a year. Of this total amount tho KXGLANI) IA)ST 300,000 United Kingdom got 145,348,000 bu- YANKS IlKAT HACK MKN ON SOMMK IN 1017 A Mi HUN ATTACKS shols of wheat and 8,512,000 bnrrols of wheatllour; Franco got 79,798,000 Now York, April 7. James M. bushels of wheat and 5,462,000 barWith Tho American Army In Franrels of wheat Hour; Italy 87.13G.000 co, April 7. Two Gorman raids Heck, former Assistant United States bushols of wheat and 1,895,000 bar- on dlfforont sectors of tho American Attorney Goucral, declared in an address hero that ho was viorels of wheat flour. Itussla recclvod position northwest of Toul wero only 130,000 bushols ot wheat nnd this morning, with enemy lating no pledge In stating that tho woro Uritlsh casualties in tho battle ot Tho Gormans 25,000 barrels of wheat Hour. casualties. Tho total exports of pork products driven off bofore reaching tho Amer tho So m mo lost year numbered 500,- wore nearly 2,000,000,000 pounds, ican trenches by uccurato uiacliino 000 and that tho French lost 240,000 men killed at Verdun. a yearly avorago of about 570,000,000 and automatic gun lire. "Tho field east of Albert, where At ono point tho Gormans laid pounds. Tho total sugar exports woro ovor 2,269,000,000 pounds, a down a box barrago. As soon as thoy aro battling now, is probably yearly avorngo of about 648,332,000 this lifted, tho Americans camo up tho greatest gravoyurd in all the from tholr shelters and poured a world," he continued, "and nover bushols; oats, 207,981,000; ryo, in tho history of wartaro has heavy fire Into tho advancing raldors, who retired after closo fighting with heroism reached such heights as in At another this year or 1918." tho American outposts. point tho Germans throw hundreds ot "I was privileged to spend four FOR FLETCHER'S gas shells before advancing, but tho days with tho Hrltish forces on tho Americans quickly donned their gna west front nnd I saw them in action. y masks and waited for thu raiders. 1 huvo witnessed tho French soldiers Thoso they quickly disponed by tholr nnd I have boon nmoni; tho Uritlsh A liKTTKIt WITNKSS. and Frauch peoplo during their great . lire. .. . -. MM.. ., ...1., l, i , uumuHii,iu On- .in... tvui'i. ui' n lix.1. ...! - est hours ot trial They do not boast uutmuiio A iiriVUr WHO liail UUUll uruuijui boforo tho court charged with uruolty moat, ot tho Amorleau position all thoy do not promtio, thoy do not cry and whiuo. If it may bo called boast-- 1 to uuuumla admitted that ho had ufteruoou. dls-chnrar Ilrlt-alvh.is driven a galled iule, but domnnded acqultal on tho testimony of n veterinarian, who declared that tho sore on tho initio's back did not pain tho nnliual In tho IcnBt. Tho Judge listened to tho long technical opinion, says Case and Continent, and then asked whero tho niulo was. When ho hoard that it was harnessed to a wagon Hint stood in front of tho court house, ho ndjoumed tho court for flvu minutes. Ho took his enno and proceeded to thu street, went up to tho initio and with thu end of his cam) gently touched the sore spot on tho animal's back. Thu mule promptly tried to kick tho off tho wagon. Once dashboard again the judge touched tho tsoar spot with his cane, and tho mule responded ns before. Thu Judge returned to tho bench and ordered thu prisoner to appear before him. "With all duo respect to tho ox- pert testimony you have Introduced in your behalf to uhow that the mule's aek docs not pain bint, I will fine you fifty dollars, " unnounced the Judge. I asked thu mule If thu sure hurt him, nnd ho said It did." Youth') Companion. 360,000,000 BUSHELS WHEAT FORECAST Much Improvement Noted In Winter Crop, Rye Also Better. ing the French people have inndo but ono declaration, 'Thoy shall not pnm." In closing Mr Heck averted that tho entrnnco of the United States Into tho war was of far greater importance than any event slnco tho sign ing of tho Declaration of Independ ence, KAISBIt 'PASSING HUCIC CEiSIdresi Cry for FBetcUier's OF IIKFKAT? m London, April 7. Is Kalsor Wll-helleaving tho western battlcfront to cscnpo tho loss of personal prcs-tlg- o which would bo tho Inevitable aftrmnth of n serious defeat for tho nrmlcs now operating under his in that thentcr? In other words, Is ho "passing tho buck" to Von Hlndonburg and Ludendroff? That is thu opinion of many observers here, who bellovc thero may bo conic significance- in tho report hat the German emperor, after a on thu western front Saturday with his chiefs, von Hlndonburg nnd Ludendorff, intends to proceed to Rumania. At tho outset ot tho German offensive, when It was sweeping tho nllled forco boforo it, notwithstanding their tenacious resistance, Emperor William, it was announced officially from Hcrlin, was Is supremo command. That announcement was regarded nt the time ns cvhlenco that tho emperor expected a complete and decLslvc victory. Slnco then, however, Uritlsh, French nnd American reinforcements hare conic up. Jcad-orshlp con-oren- ce Ibo Kind. 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MILLER n'hvslcian Indiana LOUISVILLE, KV. OWENSBORO KY.' rr'irgrracBjsrooag CCCKCri $v WrtMJit The Hartford Republican Published Weekly by PAKTFOIU) PniNTlNQ COMTANT assessment was on larger than last year tho total lax collected would ho less than thnt collected last year. A nowspapor In tho war?" IB 1 HI Incorporated Bco.-Trcn- writer asks, "Is God Without being espe- 3t W. S. TIN8LDY, cially commissioned to Bpcak for tho P M. 8MITH, s. Moat High, wo would nnswor that President God Is In tho war. Ho Is In tho war F.dltor.is Ho hv In tho nolsoless movemont J3HN IIKNTIV THOMAS TINSLEY, Awoclato Editor of tho stars in their fixed courses In W, tho shy: God Is In tho war nR Ho Is And Iluslness MnnnRcr. In tho winds that, move tho bosom of Is In tho war as Ho Kutrrml nrcordlnK to law nt thn I'ontottirp tho ocean; God lUrtfonl, Kjr an mull mntter t thn Mcnnil la In tho torront rushing down tho llMt, mountain's side to tho sea; God Is In tho war as Ho is In tho plumago of to tho bird nnd tho colors of tho rainAddroBi all communications Hartford Republican. bow; God Is In tho war as Ho is in 6 BIG REELS of THRILLS and PATHOS- -6 STAR THEATRE I amendment. So far eleven have A CONDOLKNt II. that of life or death, Is ruthless, and voted for and ono against it. They does not lake account of broken The Po.stoflico Department, as at Anonymous conimunlrntlona will rneelTo no nro, for tho amendment Mississippi, hearts and nngulslicd souls', but we (lly I. 1). Claire.) present conducted, is tho least eftttntlon (lly Fluko McFlukc.) Virginia, Kentucky, South Carolina, ficient of all tho Federal departments In the presence of the tomb more must allow that thu Clod who order North Dakota, Maryland, Montana, thlngM, doos all things well, and u Prom tho village postolllco to tho I nro Impotent. know not all TELSPHOITED. Editor Thomas went to Louisville Texas, Delawnre, South Dakota and ,words console rcvur-enclargest city office como constant comhow to tho heart of one who duty bows Its head iu patient . 2.23 Cu.m"borlaM.d. New York has voted ' plaints ot inefficiency. Citizens of and Frankfort this week nnd as cus Massachusetts. CO has felt the painful touch of death Tanneia' IkfutuoJL ' I know too well that no wordi of I havo stood In the appalling Hartford, who were coming down on tomary with John, ho fetched noth- against it. presing back but a grouch and two red miuo can cheer your heart or calia a midnight train one night this week. ence of the grnvo of those 1 loved, Tho landing of Jnpaneso troops nt APIUIi 12 mailed at S o'clock in the morning, a eyes. fiuday song of your soul In your solomn hours of Vladivostok may result in Kussln de- and heard tho last requiem letter addressed to a citizen of Hartthoso who camo to honor, not to agony, but Time, merciful Timo, will Hoover, Clarence James, or some claring war with Japan. mourn. In such an hour one's ears ut Inst niako all things well. Russia had Riven Its ford asking him to have a machine Just alter other food controller, ought to get women the prlvllego of suffrage, It meet the midnight train nt Heaver. n Provost Mnrslial General Crowder are closed; and tho heart Mrrows, magnate. after A. Ilial, tho coax Koa sale. The letter was received by the gave up tho practlco of holding has called for 162,000 men to start unmoved by words of pity or ncta of Ho has only popped and sold about 200 bushels mixed shelled corn, ?. tho next morning, much to cheer. Hecatiso 1 havo suffered 'hi 10 or 15 bushels of corn since the for tho training camps April 26. tho disappointment of tho parties inPrlco right; I will wait In silence until Time, tho miles north of Hartford. middle of January, and has used In new timo business works a terested. The This incident standing only balm for tho wounds of death, terms to suit. General Pershing's army of AmeriTho Husi-ne- alono would not bo of great conse- that timo l?i pounds' of perfectly hardship in this olllcc. T. WADE STUATTON, has played Its merciful part, Manager persists in going to bed quence, but it is illustrative of every good (?) butter nnd lard stop the can soldiers has not yet been put on Cromwoll, Ky. I never know hor, but from your 39tf the firing lino In France. br tho new timo and getting up by day experiences of tho people. The waste. good report of her beauty of form and the old. Postolllco Department should bo imDEATH I'UO.M .MENINGITIS. ' "'" "'"""""" "" ,M0 ,,1,p,1M,on-beWo are tho "onluckiest guy In The strength of the American army ,", proved or discontinued, and tho serr "!""' Drive hard on tho Third Liberty vice turned over to the oxprcss com- these hero parts." Our wifo had pre- is now 1,052,725 men. Of this you bore her. and I can deep- Miss Anno Edmonson, died at her viously set apart and dedicated In not less than 400,000 men Loan This sale is going to tax tho panies. They get there with the advance, tho mnn. i homo iu llrandcnburg, Sunday morn "mum jum n whole of last Wednes- now In France. efforts of the committee in chargo goods. wish i rouid mention her uamo and ing, of spinal meningitis, and her re day for me to labor In hor garden. of it. Don't let optimism result in yours, aud recount the pretty story mains wero brought to Horton TuesHetween April 2 nnd April S, 34 4 and lo. when I get out of bod that disappointment.' XEW SUITS FILED your mutual devotion, but I havo day for burial. Miss Edmonson was A. M. tho said garden was frozen as American soldiers wero killed wound- of IX CIHCUIT COUNT no right to lay bare your wounds. I about twenty-tw- o years old, and vai helping to pay Some patriots are hard as a billio goat's horns and to ed or taken prisoners in France. should like to tell how by soino a daughter ot Mr. Dick Edmonson, war expenses by buying Liberty m add to my misfortune, it snowed all A. T. Davis vs. Broadway Coal Minstrange turn of fate you llrht met her a well known former Ohio county citbonds, while other patriots arc helpday. Fate 'pears to be "agin" me. ll.AKHKD PLYMOUTH HOCKS. on that spot where only so recently izen, who was reared near Itoslnc ing to pay these same expenses by ing Co. Claim of $5, 500 for personHred to lay and weigh. Selected you saw loving hands lay her body Miss Edmonson's mother was a sisal injuries; Assignee of tho Bank of buying bottled In bond goods. John Henry has been boasting eggs, $1.00 per 15, straight. Hates Llvermore vs. Emma Schroctcr, et al., tbout his picture hanging in the ot-1- on Incubator eggs on application. down to await tho resurrection call, ter of Mr. Anthony Thompson, of but thoso memories aro too sacred Louisville. That mob at Connellsvillc, 111., that to recover on note of $72.30; Lucy Funeral services were of tho Chief of Pollco of Louis- hung a man for making unpatriotic Hlmes vs. A. W. Morgan, for divis- I'illo. "The ehlof is some friend of Can fill from 2 to 4 orders per day to write into tho living annals of conducted by Kov. Frank, pastor of JOHN A. WILSON. men. remarks did houor to Hunnlsh brutal- ion of lands; Erma Crowder vs. Lon-nl- e ills," ho says, so wo thought we'd the Central City Methodist church, H-Hartford, Ky. Crowder. to recover alimony, &c. ; ity. No doubt a great many alien Such gifts as .she aro not often giv- who formerly was a friend of the verify his claim to distinction, aud en Into the hands of muii, and you Edmonson family when they lived at enemies need hanging but the courts R. P. Beck vs. Charles McConnell. on ivo did. Yes, Chief Petty wrote us, HED CUOS.S NOTES. claims of $72.00 for rent, &c; S. L. may never .suo her like again, but Cloverport. should do tho hanging. .Miss Edmonson was .i is not exactly in St. Clair. Aclmr. J. C. Ltinsford. de Thomas' likeness let us indulge tho pleasing hope that beautiful and cultured young woman, n y private olilce. but in a gallery adA shipment of finished garments kindly fate may at last compensate Our notion of an enterprising edi- ceased, to sell lands and settle esand leaves many frlouds to Join with tor is one who would attend a Pub- tate; Porter & Kahn vs. I. C. It. It. jacent thereto and underneath, these was made Wednesday, which Includ- the Mirrowful loss. Law, whether her family in mourning her death I, vords: "Wanted, reward offered." ed many licity meeting in the State's metropo Co., on claim of $500.14, damage to articles made by tho JunDo you know where he is? lis, at the expense of tho promoting stock in shipment; K. U. Mason vs. iors. More material has been ordor- committee and then return home and Amor. Express Co., claim of $10n.2.ri ed and the work is progressing niceLamentations. ly. Tho local chapter will soon be not mention the mocting in his paper. for loss of tools. &c, in shipment. 4) Leo Simmcrman says "Man. that producing quite a crcdltablo amount ? :s born of woman is of few days and State Inspector and Examiner, D. 1 of work. SUPKIIVISOUS MKKT oaded down with trouble, even now, A. Logan, has just completed an exi le is in tho midst of an overpowering amination of all the county otlices ! A much needed convenience at the The county board of tax supervisup his eyes, and, 4? and found them in excellent shape. ors met hero Monday morning and lesert ho liftcth work rooms was supplied a few days The Hartford Herald had heard only began the work of distributing the upon tho left ns well as upon the ago by Mr. Ed Uarrass. who loaned ? that the Examiner had examined the million dollar raise by tho Stato Tax right, yea, from both fore and aft, a clock. Another man thinks we .'specially fore, nothing but dismal, Circuit Clerk's office. need a looking glass? commission, among the taxpayers of ! parching drouth stareth him in. the the county. ! face. The brewery gaveth. but the We share heartily in honoring the II. P. Davison, chairman of the The work of the board this year i good women who are pushing tho will be more difficult than tho work prohibitionist hath taken it away." ! American Ited Cross War Council, Red Cross work, the men who arc of any former board, on account of the was recently granted an audience by hustling the sale of Liberty bonds, now law governing its work. ForFA KM FOU SALE. King George ot England. Tho King 4? but we honor higher still those fath- mer boards were charged only with A farm of 157 acres for sale. expressed his amazement at and ap3 ers and mothers who have sent their tho duty of raising the assessed val- Heavily timbered, and coal laid. preciation of tho wonderful work the own flesh aud blood to the battle 4? uation of property in any amount Located two miles south of Taylor lied Cross was doing in America. Acids of Franco. L. D. FULKEItSON, thought necessary' to equalize the Mines. Echols, Ky. Red Cross rooms nocd a broom. burden of tho taxpayers, but this 39t4p We are pleused to noto our friend, 4S t Whose generosity' will supply it? board will be required to raise a Frank U. Russell, of Louisville, with l HOI LED DOWN. specific amount, ono million dollars, whom wo wero associated in the pubfc KENTUCKY NEWS. a,-and to, equitably, distribute that ' lication of (ho Kentucky Sun a few Loyd .George, tho British Premier, The board mount, over tho country. l years ago, has just closed a deal In Is authority for 'tho 'statement' lhat Tho Kentucky Potato Growers hold may raise the assed valuation of the l Lj I New York for tho salo of a part of his WmtMOR O 29r-; "if property of the country to any sum it the unmbor of soldiers) on tho western a meeting at the Tyler Hotel in Loui oil interests in eastern Kentucky for may is about equal between tho Al- isville to provido plans for marketsee fit, in excess of tho million front the tidy sum ot $300,000. ing tho old potato crop. It was redollars, but its raise must not bo less lies and the Huns. i ported that forty per cent of tho .I than that amount. The board will The brightest mind we met in the It is estimated thfit the German loss crop was unsold and that low prices meeting of tho Kentucky and Indiana bo in session for fifteen days cqualiz since the open- must bo mado to disposo ot tho old in Come in see these Waists look them pver editors in Louisville last week was a Ing values; and will hold a later ingkilled and wounded J of tho great offensive nearly three crop beforo tho now 'crop comes in. lady editor from Tell City, Indiaua. session to hear complaints from those 4? carefully examine the fabrics note how well ago amounts to not less than Potatoes at a cent a pound aro in It all of our women wore as well taxpayers who believe they have beon weeks mem prospect. 4? 400,000 versed in public affairs and imbued raised excessively. they are made inspect the details, such as but- The board is composed of eight with the same public spirit as this 4? ton-holeTho Owensboro School Hoard has In passing a conscription law: for s, Indiana newspaper woman, wo should members, of one for each magisterial hemstitching and tucking, and you'll ? government Is decided that tho Gorman language 4H withdraw our opposition to woman istrict, and is made up of well known Ireland the British giving tho Emerald Isle as a compen- shall not bo taught In the high really wonder how it can be done; how in the farmers, who arc honest and capable, suffrage. and well fitted for the service thoy sation the long cherished boon of school in thnt city after the close of tho present term. 4? face of excessive rising costs such waists can be The Home Kule. Iu announcing the candidacy ot are called upon to perform. If J board aro: C, E. & Ollle James for to tho members of tho sold at a dollar. Whllo making a speed contest befigures aro not given out it Whllo United States Senate a Louisville Maxoy; Nat Llndley, Hosoa Shown, i - tween their machines in Owensboro vapor says the President will probab- D. A. Matthews, W. L. Leach'. O. E. is known tho United States Is rushThe Wirthmor Plan with its great economics & 4? lng soldiers' to Europe with all pos Monday Mlley Ilaskct and Drowning Scott, Nat White and J. T. Carter. ly writes a letter endorsing James' Hold ran over and killed Ernest sible speed. in making and selling and the purchase of candidacy. 'Pears to us tho PresiCombs, a young whito boy, The GKEKN KlVKIt TOHACCO 4? dent recently wrote a letter endorsCaleb Powers has withdrawn from men wore held for examination. GHOWKItS AKK IN FUNDS many of the fabrics fully a year in advance exing tho candidacy of ono Mr. Davics, the race for tho nomination for con? who was a candidate tor Senator from plains. , year Irvln Anderson, a twenty-tw- o Qwonsboro, ,Ky April 7. To .date gress in tho Eleventh district, Ho the Statu ot Wisconsin. 3 there havo been sold 23,949,770 assigns 111 health as a reason fpr his old automobile bandit, whllo resistIf you can't call phone or mail your order. i ing arrest In Louisvlllo early Tuesday Ono fortunate event of tho grent pounds of tobacco over tho looso leaf .withdrawal. morning, shot and killed Policeman world struggle, In which, tho mad- floors ot Owonsboro for which tho Andurson was later arThe sprinE' wheat crop ia reported Fitzglhbon. dened Hun threatens tho liberties growers havo been paid $3,80'6,896.-70- ( i Tho season's average Is $15.89, In excellent condition in most parts rested at tho homo of his grandfathof mankind Is, that denominational 44 f predjudlces are sunken in tho taco and tho indications aro that it will of tho country, and with favorable er in Indiana, and will probably bo i h i of tho great peril. Then Is it not reach $16 beforo all of tho weed has conditions from now until harvest electrocuted. & 43 been delivered. Thero was a mark- time will probably yield a record btrango that In tho taco of tho greatI i Col. J. H. Alton, who was given a er peril, tho Joss of thq souls of men, ed iucrcqsq in prices during the past crop. ? court martial trial, along with Dr. tho same fine charity and forbearance week! dark leaf going to $32, the ? Judgo T. J. Nunn, former justico Milton Hoard, in the case ot tho death highest mark, in tho history of tho ran not be practiced? 4? Green Tttver district, it Is estimat- of the court of appeals, died ut his of soldier, Murray, ot Glasgow, has been acquitted. Tho finding in tho Tho million dollar raiso on Ohio ed that about 34,000,000 pounds of home at Marlon. county property by tho Stato Tax tobacco havo beon sold In tho district case of Dr. Hoard has not yet been Couimiwion does not mean that tho this season, for which tho growors 41 Massachusetts has ratified tho na- announced, county will pay a larger total tax havo boon paid $5,000,000 The I ted tional prohibition amendment. 4? KY. Thu Ofllcors' Traluing School at than furmarly. Tho Stato tax rato Cross has rscohud $3,648.23 from IP 4? has Ihmii rtttlucatl from fifty to forty aulas of tobaoco donated to the lowil Thirty aavgn states aro neoessary Camp Taylor will turn out 400 Seo-ou- d cents cm hundred dollars.aud if tho chapter. to adopt the federal prohibition Lieutenants in this month. Chnrrh Notice lor nervier & blooming of tho roso nnd tho song of tho bird; God is In tho war as Ho NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS ww Is in tho lightning's flash nnd the ilcnlrlnR tho iinpirnont ti nbrllirn iildrnn mniit rIv thi old nddim In mnlln the thunderpeal of tho midnight storm; rrqawit. God is In tho war by a rulo of law, DurlncM I.ocnlit nml Notice 10c pir linn nnd 6c cast onco for all for the rulo of naft line fur i addlllunnl lncrtlon. l Thnnki-j- r tions throughout all tho cons of time. ObHanrlr. llMwtutlnn nnd Curd Yes, God is In tho war. Una, mony In mlvnnc. cm-l- g that spectacular and photo production, "Damon and Pythias." This is the story, in pictures, upon wnicn tne order, Knights ot rythias, was founded. Six big reels are used in this great production, and by the few here who have seen it, it is pronounced the most spectacular and interesting ever witness '. 'PImV nrl ..t v;u. j.iiio c.vuciuiwiiuiijr xuclUllU IlilS U UUU11 SUCUlled at quite a bit of cost and trouble, yet the price of admis- sion is to be only 25 cents. Doors open 6:00 o'clock: First Shaw G:30 shnvn. Sccond Show begins promptly at 8:45 p. m. soul-stirrin- Tuesday, Evening April 16th nv,l!n.. 1 KSf'E Damon and Pythias wn mmwmmmafflgsiiBEmMMmmtimi STRAY STREAKS U3XZd3 iUvertlennntn, t frt, tint other line. e. I pop-cor- eo ss I ar'"' "o V T' co tf ' 5t5ftAS5A35a655iS.ai5A5i!5riS555f5A)?B Get ACQUAINTED Willi Tliese WIRTHMOR $1.00 WAISTS! r ,. SOLD HERE ONLY. Carson (& Co. HARTFORD, v PVWWW::5wwwwvwwwwwg WENS WEAR! In oui preparation for spring we were not unmindful that, the men as well as the ladies, were careful about their togery, hence we made special arrangements for spring outfits, beginning first with David and Lesllo Hurt and Llge Totnnto I'IhiiIn Ponda Rosa nnd Daniel, nil of Olafon, have arrived on "Mnulo'a Enormous. Straight hot (ho battlo lino In Franco. bed plants 10c per dozen. Transplanted plants lCc por dozen. s. Wo nro now selllnk papor lt1 H. E. MISCHKE. bass for sacking country hams. Mr. Willis Lyons, who Is attendW. B. KLLIS & lino. ing the Loulsvlllo Dental college, Mr, Wado Ualzo, a merchant of to tho city Tuesday after n wns a pleasant called at tho visit with his narents. Mr. nmi Mra Republican ofTlce yesterday. James Lyons, hero. 48-lbMc-Ilnn- t 1 J v. ,v STRAWBERRY Wfi Will DHV PICKERS WANTED. ! !! er you pick for. Pickers must bring their own bed- uingt anu arrange f so arrangements witn tne Manager belore you come can be made to care for you. The j t ; . , r, C!4,U ..: una ins uwttwuuiiica il Huusun. jjoaitii can ipe ontain- eu ior 6C ner moai an lot frnifr trpp with t ho mvmr TRM fJTCNTR nfcv frnllnn I'm. ;l- - A ; Mr. Jeff Watterson, who has boon visiting Ills family for sometime, re New Clothing. We are showing a line that compares favorably with the line shown in large cities, at prices running from $15.50 to .$25.00. Dam, has been assigned to and is now with tho 7th Hoc,. Co. 2. Naval Garleld Harnnrd( foreman on tho Training stn Newport, II. I. Dundeo section of tho M. If. & E was In town on business Monday, Snow falling hero Wednesday awakened unpleasant memories of Mr. John C. Klloy who had boon tho long months of Docomher and conlinod to his room for several days January when wo wore oil walking itf with grip Is able to bo out again. tho tranches, and fighting tho cold turned to St, Louis Wednesday. Mr, II. F. Hayncs, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hayncs, of near Heaver I; i Manager for any information you may want. H. D. GRAHAM, Manager, Bowling Green, Ky. nickinor season bponnR nhnnf. Mnv iKHi "wri.ifn fi, f f f0?&$mQ&!&&&$i New Shoes and Slippers. Come in Patent Leather, Vici Kid, Gun Metal, and Chocolate. All the latest last, including the popular English model. New Hats. Never before were the styles and shades in men's hats more varied. Can give you them in all the new shades of green, browns and greys, as low as .$2.00. f New Shirts. r A large assortment in Whites, Fancy Stripes, Fancy and Plain Silk Shirts. You supply your needs with, us from ,75c to $3.00. New Ties and 3ox. Not completely dressed until you get a new Tie and Hose. Our line is varied, and consists of the very latest. Ties from 25c to $1.00. Hose from 15c to $1.00. 'See' us. MEN, when in need call on us, and remember that it pays to. trade with a house that saves you money. 'K h amount of bonds, and tho organization of a selling plan to reach oat The patriotic meeting at the Meth- Into every riook and corner of the odist church Sunday was the most courity. : .. successful of the series held there. ICE ON SALE. A largo audience' was present, nnd much interest and enthusiasm was Have ice at plant, liiade last season. manifested. dellvered-a- t The chief speaker was tho Hon. wo will sell at plant-nVirgil Y. Moore, a young attorney, 60 per hundred while it lasts, for Mr. Moore's sub- cash only. Expect to get plant startof Madisonville. ject was, "The Debt I Owe My Coun- ed by tho first of April. All Ice tickets out that wero purHon, Mdt S. Cohen, State Commis2G0 large trees; try." Mr. Moore is an orator of rare FOR SALE sioner of Agriculture, will speak at white oak, black oak, poplar and red ability, and his manner and style, chased last season, deliver to W. E. the court bouse in tho Interest of tho. gum. 2 miles from switch and 4 as well as his masterly manner of Ellis & Bro's, and get them redeemLiberty Loan campaign, Saturday. miles from Green River. Reason for handling his subject, appealed strong ed. They will not bo negotiable this season. Will sell rfow books of Republican Superintendent and Mrs. E. S. The Hartford sale, too largo to handle on small ly to his audience. Howard were In Owensboro SaturThe Speaker's handling of the prin tickets fo this season. Mr. Irn IScuu started on his spring mill. D. FULKERSOX, L day. ciples and purposes of the founderELLIS ICE CO., trip, as salesman for tho Kentucky 39t4p Echols, Ky. Friday intiii 12 of tho great western ropublic, gavo Ilartford, Ky. Clothing company, Monday. Mr. Bean c Oct that llluo HIrd Plow you prom- travels In Kentucky, and Tennesseo. at con- his audience a now light on their obTHE STAR THEATRE, Ik, H. & ST. L. R. R. TIME TABLE. ised yourself, from W. E. ELLIS & LADIES AID 5IEETS. siderable expense and pains will ligations to tho best government over " Bo. 113 duo at Ellmltch 8:83 p. to. HKO. Miss Mary Bean, whq is, attending .show DAMON and PYTHIAS in (5 devised by the statesmanship of men. 4U4 Bo. 110 due at Ellmltch 7:30 a.m. The Ladies Aid Society of ilio Meththo Western Kentucky Normal, ut liiK reels, full of pathos and thrills', and aroused to a high pitch the pa-- 1 tfa. 11J Lt. Ellmltch .. 8:40 p.m. Mr. Dan King visited his daughter, Bowling Green, is at home for a visit April 1(1. First performance begins' triotic sentiment of tho people who odist church met with Mrsi Tappna Ar. Irvlngton .... E:3C p.m. Mrs. C. T. Miller, In Owensboro, Wed-- j with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. promptly londay afternoon. A committee was at (i:.'t(), second at 8: 15 were fortunate enough to hear appointed by 6:68 p.m. uesday. j Bean. him. Lt. Irvlngton tho President to draft Boor will be open nf (I I. M. Ar. LouUvUle ,. 7:40 p.m.: resolutions, on the death of Mrs. J. 8:85 a, ra. SEED CORN FOR SALE. Lt. Loulivllle E. Fogle, to bo read 'at tho noJ.tres- -' M. Mrs. I. S. Mason, of Heaver Dam,' Miss Mary Marks, who Is teaching Dr.'AVIllard Lake, of Simmons, has Ar. Irvlngton t 10:01 a. m. was a welcome visitor at this oflloe,1 in Bowling Green, returned to that ular hieeting in May, and recordCtl received notlco of his acceptance with ;, Tho price of my Boono County in the' permanent record of tho soLt: Irvlngton , 10; 40 a.m,. city Monday, after spending a few tho Army Medical Corps, with" the . 1:04 p. m. Ar. Ellmltch days with her mother, Mis. T. S. rank of First Lieutenant. He will bo Whlto seed corn from this dato un ciety. This will bo done to show I graded, tho love and .appreciation -- In' which M., H. A E. R. R. TIME TADLK. Harry Mouroo, tho insurance man; I'arhs. assigned a few days later, ,but has, til further notice, shelled, sacked, ready to .plant Is fC.OO per she was held by the members1 of the louth Bound, No. 116 of Louisville, spent a few days herd not yet beon notified of the camp to plot of society. .....9:05 a. m. this woek; '" , Duo at Hartford i ' "' ' :, Tho automobiles, parked arpund the which he will bo assigned. Dr. Lake bushel. The seed is from a 114 ,. three acres that made an average of forth t Bound. No. court houso square while the speak- is one of tho brightest young men in 108 Tiushels p2r acre, Is perfectly' ' WERE YOU ASSESSED. One. at Hartford. . . . -- . ..4G p. m.' , Mr. Oscar: Bishop, of Mlddloboro: ing was in progress yesterday gave the medical profession in Ohio "Mixed" Tralm.) (Both was thq guest of Jailor ,Tfchenpr Wed-- ; Hartford the appearance of a metrop- county, and wo regret to see him re matured, dry and tight on cob. it stroncgermlnatlng, vigorous 'growOwing to tho difficulties encountr nesday 'night. , ,, , olitan city. moved from our citizenship. ing, high yielding,- acclimated seed ored ,by. the county court in gettlns-thwill increase tho crop only five bushassessments made for last, year FOR SALE. If you miss. DAMO.V and PYJHIAs! Miss Grace Rcnfrow 'returned to els per acre, there will be an addi- many . taxpayers .were not assessed.) you will, regret ,!(. STAR THEA-- j school at 'Bowling Green Monday, Personal News My ico plant, Ave ton capacity,, tional 3D to 4Q bushois of corn on If you tbrn among these report the THE April 10. after spending several days' with her " n equipped to make a r. plant account of ono bushel of seed: The matter to the board of, supervisors at, I parents, Mn and Mrs. A. R ,. mr-Renfrow, and Social Euents. once.. If your, report-imade now no- ', at a great deal less cost than to buy best is the. cheapest) Rjsv. ond Mrs. Russell Walker aro at Narrows. '' ' J.OHN, T. JCKiSON, , extra cost will, be added. Tho county plant. This plant is In a new tho parents of a'bab'y'girlfb'orn SatRockport, Ky 34tf court will, after the board adjourns first-claurday morning. condition. Was Mrs. M, L. Heavrin Is spending havo a thorough examination iot the ed and season. Monlast the week with relatives, lnt Louisville IN COUNTY COURT. Mr. Churllo Cardon was in Fords-vlllassessor's books .made and all peih-sonCan sell all Mr. and Mrs, Ernoat Stewart, of Sho was accompanied by little Dora ey making business. Monday. who have not boen assessed wBjl, Hartford Route U were callers at this G. Martin, daughter of Mr. arid Mrs. the ice that you can manufacture. Laura A. Mercer' qualified as ad- bo summonsed, to appear before ,tho Reason fOr selling, am going to leave otllco Saturday. Otto MaVtlm ministratrix of the estate of M. L. county clerk and be assessed at their, Miss Hilda Balrd is visiting friends State. Mercer, deceased, on the 8tb; City. own cpst In Central If you have np been, asW. E. ELLIS, 36tf L'.H. and P. T. Shrove, f Messrs. W.' J". Bean was appointed guardian sessed it will sayo yqu cp.st to appear Mr. T. H.' Benton, of Centertown, Hartford i Ky. Shrovo, wero hero Tuesday, attendof Beatrice dnd William F. Bean, before thp .board of Supervisors ami, called on us Saturday. It was tho Davo Tuttlo, of Shrove, was In ing to business. 4C '' April 8th. first visit of the former County Road town Tuesday. OLATOX BOY SHO'f, attend to tho matter now. ' mm commissioner o tho county seat since c r "i Rev. Randal Acton (col.) of Huyti, FOR SALE. ' George Flatt shot tind seriously BARRED- PLYMOUTH ROCKS. Mr. Arthur Beck, of Rosino, has has gono to Chicago where ho con- Inst summor. One bedstead,' springs, mattrcas moved to Tcnncsso. wouuded Wymau Patterson at Olaton. residing. templates MRS. OLL1E BARN- A number of Hartford's lady Red Sunday afternoon, Tho tory as, re- and dressor. Bred to lay and weigh. Selected1, 38tf eggs, $1,00 per 15,, straight. Rater, Cross members, went to Beaver Dam ported to us is that Ypung Patterson ETT, Hartford Ky. Tllford, of Fordsvillo, Cap. Jerry Miss Alice Taylor wont to Bowling yesterday to Join In tho parade, to eggs, on application. on Incubator was In town yesterday. with, some other, boys were, at Piatt's, Green Tuesday to enter tho West Hartford, on account, of, ,Uio Liberty bouse, or passing it, and Patterson in LIBERTY LOAN MEETING. Can fill from 2 to 4 orders per day, Kentucky Normal, Loan speaking., some manner offended Flatt who disJOHN A. WILSON, Mr. J. M. Whlto, of Flint Springs, Thb Liberty Loan meeting at the 10-- tt business. charged a shot gun intlfctlng a severo was hero Tuesday on Hartford, Ky. Sgt. Byron Williams, of Camp Singlo Comb White Leghorn Eggs flesh wound In Patterson's leg above court houso here Saturday afternoon n r, f isat home for a visit with for hatching, 6 cents, .each, $fL00 the the knee Joint. A physician was call was1 a sticcess for tho purposo for I'HOMI'T SETTLEMENT Mr. T. C. Donnls, of Prontls, was his paronts'near Hetlin. hundred. Bought, al) ,roy,,iroosters ed to attend" the Injured 'hoy! and which it' was called. Tho speaker ad among our visitors Wednesday. Mr. Dave Tuttlo, of Shreve, rocent- from a lno yard, for, this yearv ,, picked about fifteen shots from the vertised for tho occasion was una-- ' Dr. J,R.'PIrUe Vent to LoMisylllo. ' lo to bo proscnt, but Lieutenant MurJ ly qualified as administrator of tho os- MRS. ROBERT E. LEE, Plants, Mall Hale Tomato " wound. Kor Tuesday M) attcud. a mooting of' tho 3St,4n. .,., . ,. R, l,,platpn, Ky. ECK RIAL. Patterson Is a boy' about twenty ray H. Burton, of Camp Taylon was tato, of J N, Shrove deceased, on orders solicited. t ri state uoniai Association., years old. Flntt is about fifty and present nnd delivered an addrest wb.050 life tho Aetna Llfo Insurance As a speaker" young .Burton. wns-.. , Co., .of Hartford, Conn,, had previousTOMATO.. .PLANTS rrnEarliana, married.Mr. and Mrs. Will Fair returned Bolted meal and straight, meal, Pondorosa, etc., 10c,,ppr,,do? disappointment, but Mr. II.' P, Tayr ly issued a policy. Mr. Tuttlo noti26c, per i to Paducoh, Monday. from a visit muda from tho ye'ry host corn,. ' 7. ' 4 dozand 60c nor 100, By mail, Sc FOR SALE. lor addressed the audience with an fied Burbank & Burbank, Kentucky ' W. E. ELLIS & BRO.1 " per package extra. able exposition of tho object and pur State Managers, Louisville, of the DoWItt spent tho 41t4 Miss Margaret vo poses of tho meeting. Mr. Tajlor death, pf Mr. Shreyo on Feb. ICth antt My residence, consisting of E. M. MORTON, week cud with relatives In Llvonnoro. Postmaster Owen Daughorty. of 40tf rooms, hall and largo, pantry. IIa3 was followed by U John Barnes, of on March 13th received settlement Ii--. Centertown, Ky, CuneyvlHo, visited friends electric lights and water in houso. Beavor Dam, and Mr. Rowan, Hoi- - full. J. G. Wilson, of Horse Branch, was Dam tho 11 rat of tho. wook.at Boaver Mako oui arrangements (o .see Good stablo, buggy houso and all brook, of Hartford. Messrs. Iluiuns business, WednesIn ilartford, on MAKE THE HEN HELP. Everlasting and Hplbrook make no protease of DAMON and PYTHIAS ut THE necessary outbuildings. day. Bring us your Sunday eggs lor tht but as successful All members of Camp No. 20!, STAR THEATRE, Apill 1(1, the most woll of soft water In ton (cet of being speakers, O. W nro requested to bo prosout dramatic nnd pathetic exhibition baukQrs and business men know what beneilt of tho Red Cross. Highest of kitchen door. Charllo Davison, of tho Shrove W. they wanted and how to got It. and cash prices paid at all times. at the regular. I. meeting Saturday loyal friendship ever illspinji-- b 30tf W. E. ELLIS, Hartford community, wao In W. E. ELLIS & BRO. ' night, April 13. Hartford, Ky. the result was the sale of a liberal 4114 mortal man, l'ATRIOTIC MEETING. ra,$Gb i ' A small child of Mr. and Mrs, Two full hours of scones exempli-fjh'Thomas Wydlck, of tho Coolsprlngs loyally, friendship nnd devocountry, died of brain fever, Monday. tion unexcelled by man, is vtlint DAMON and PYTHIAS is. STAR Miss Margaret Garden, who Is at- THEATRE, April Kith. Admission tending school bore, spent tho week 25 tents. end with her parents at Heaver Dam. Tho editor of this paper was pleas Attorneys C. E. Smith and M. L, ed to have his old neighbors, Mrs. Itcavrlu were In Lexington Wednes- A. H. Rcnfrow and daughter. Miss day taking depositions In a law suit. Grace, and Mr". Sam Hennett and J. n, Itcnfrow, of Narrows, call at his office Mr. Fred Stanley, of Boavcr Dam, Saturday. who Is employed In tho Leitchfleld, spent Sunday at homo with his familWo have added another member to your corps of correspondents, Albert Cox, of Sunnydalo. If there !& anyMr. 1). S. Plumley. of Wingo, Is thing (hat Albert don't know ho will .tailing hlff daughter, Mrs. W. K. tell it anyhow, and ho makes an Al Thornsbrough, at Reaver Dam, this correspondent. week. SPECTACULAR scenes, friendMr. Randall Collins went to Louis- ship oll'orliif its life upon the niter ville Monday where ho Is undergoing of devotion, melting the hardened by a specialist for stomach heart of calloused man, Is treatment what you trouble. see in DAMON and PYTHIAS. STAIt THEATRE, April 1(1. t'nele Dave Allen, an old and highly respected citizen, of Rosfrie, is rabCounty Judge Mack Cook and idly failing in health, from troitbk's Judge John H. Wilson will address incident to old age. tho people of tho Rosine community at that plaeo tomorrow afternoon on Hartford citizens sent automobiles tho Liberty Loan Bond sale. Speakto Hoavor Dam yesterday to bring ing to begin at 1 o'clock P. M. tho military band to tho city for the ' Liberty Loan speaking. Wo want to extend ono more invitation to our subscribers who aro Prof. I). E. Fogle, one of the pro- In arrears to pay up. We don't need fessors in Georgetown College, visit- the money, but that yellow slip on ed his brother, tho Hon. Jesse Fogle, your paper shows up badly whon your neighbors borrow tho pnper. hero the first of tho week. K Ladies CoLt Suits , r ' 'jjr V.I t.. (Bt ,i i Hub ClptHiti'g Co, HARTFORD, KY. SS$VroS$3rSfS ot ' Ill fc . ' . i . I , 10-to- . s ss s - , , , -- i iC , , 000. (ho ntnnrilnc January 31. ho-g- nn Middle Woitieiv Aged yr W i tho rr.nnni. o. ." I tvns tvifishii? lliroueh and critical had all years of ago period of life, bclnp forty-si- x num. rai the symptoms memem to mat cuaiijru nervousness, anil was In a general rundown condition, my work. Lydia E. I'lnlt-liam- 's 60 It was hard for roc to do Vegetable Compound was recommended to me as the best remedy for my troubles.whlch It surely proved to be. I feel better nnd stronger In every way since taking it, and tho annoying nymptonis have disappeared." Mrs. M. Uoddeh, 023 Kapolcon St., Lrcmont, Ohio. Are Here Told the Best Remedy for Their Troubles. ESt ble Compound restored my health after everything else had failed when passing through changoof life. Ihcro is nothing like It to overcome tho trying symptoms." Mrs, Flwitsce Iselxa.Bos 107, North Haven, Conn. North naven, Conn. "I-ycll- a E. Pinkham's Vegeta- '' -- i Tho enonuouii debt tldo has not to obb, tho report explains, nlnco RorernmcnlH aro borrowing nioro nnd inoro to meet tho rising costa of materials which In turn aro Incrcawd directly by crcdltt expansion catiscil bj borrowings : On-allritnln up to February 1C Llioupil nn Incrcano of $21,178,000,-- . 0i() In public debt, including $7,027,-- I 0(10,0(10 advanced to tho allies nnd dominions. Iltinalu ranked scroud with $20,291,000,000 last September 1, and Franco third with $ir.,G29,-000,00- 0 last January 1. Tho United States was fourth, and Italy fifth with $.1,SS 1,000,000. Germany's war dobt reported last lKicmliep was 24, 2 13,000,000, nnd Austria-Hungary- 's at tho samo time ;.15, 031,000,000. I I t :pOWIIATAMl : :: - PtftV aja. v l.VAKl,mM'rfiJJ.M nukt.Fi ti n rm .iivii ft m i HUI LL Ur AMERICAN lUUtLJ rr II I Hffh Int. hks&S&SF In a It It first In the hearts of countrymen. 'toiuhu mime it city where coed lioteli abound, the Powhatan titidi the ':i. - in r m rf? .aHHttwC WMmrT'tik .Ha U aaai So T 1T WILL YOU TAKE OUR GERMINAL REMEDY k Treatment for WEAK LUNGS or HKfHHHk I CONSUMPTION : , I lu A quick relief for lhal llrnl, run down forling. cotishi, pains In chest, nlelil awcatt. hemor thacri, weak tunes or consumption. If II doe not nctp you ii coaia you Doming. FOR ONE MONTH OHIO MEDICAL GO, Lock no otft COLUMnu - DR. E The Tmitialnn i rffimJ, anil restful. Its rTcel lucalioit on IVmcWvania Avrntn, ISth .iii-- l II Mivrl', makes it a ilfsuaMc hcidquar-ti- n for Infill couples tourist I'lMin, rontcntiviu, SJiools and , i illcges. The Poivl alan attracts the pe He ol culture ami Cflu'jtion. It proximity to Slate, War an.l Navv Dciurttuenta, olo to man? nl historical 1'Oints interest, makes this hotel especially at. tractive to a discriminating public. The Powhatan ellei roomi with detached bath at $1.90, 32.00 and up. liooms private bath, U SO. JJ 00 and up. 'Write tor booklet isitli map, lent J. H.THORPE E, A 1JA It, Til IIO AT, NOSE tul Fittinu of Glauses Ik mdk VST JUJ1 SiKSIg J ns fc & LYDIA ooooooooooooooooooo o COUHT DIKKCTOny. o ooooooooooooooooooo CIKCL'IT COUHT. -- o o o Tempi" Mnsonlo OWiiNSiiOKO. KY. IA E. PINKHAM S I?g(3tel ff(3ffdL 3y,Ki 11 u5 A W.VJ r VEGI TABLE COMPOUND A gi?Ste UdLj CO. LYNN. MASS. Judg R. W. Slack, Owensboro. Com'tli. Attorney' C. E. Smith, Hart- ford. Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. Muster Commissioner Otto C. Mnr- tln, Hartford. Trustee Jury Fund Cal P. Keown, -- Nt, TI1ADC.M,inKII ir.lm Ir ri.tAlti,! v i ii , i,v i .i ,B OffUln fHAT PA. lmi j I'. fin lli,, rvu.s.j. i f iti Km I in on -. it,ntaiimj.11 1 ts ,L phfiiu irtkiv.li i 1 eirrui rrport G U I 1,0 ps - CLIFFORD "VVP05 "ovonth Stront D. nu ItircrCNCEB. hi it, i m aUsilloto d vots. for - JlAn- wlln I'orrmUtiMol C. rntC Hartford. M. M.II ..(.cr LEWIS. "HamiMOTON, mEgssMsgMMmssm TO THE FOLKS AT HOME E.PINKHAM MEDICINE was the hand of Esau. A mother In Helglum saw a GerJ. Kirkwood, Secretary of man approach her home. She hid Samuel her children. Tho German demandthe Interior in the cabinets of tho ed supper, lodging and breakfast. His Presidents, Garfield and Arthur.while wants were satisfied. In the mornWar Governor of Iowa, in the year ing, to the surprise of the good wo1861, made a speech from the steps man, he paid her. She said: "How strange, I thought all Germans were of the old Capitol Building in which bad. I am pleased to know that you he said in substance: are a gentleman. Do you know that "These aro troublesome times and when I first saw you I hid my childthere are traitors and spies in our ren? midst who would, destroy this Union. "So?" replied the German, "I Uo If any man in this State is a traitor to have children. Let me see yours." the causo or insults the fl.ig, .shoot Whereupon the fond mother called him in the act, or In the uttering of up the treasures of her heart from the word, I am the Governor; your tho cellar, only to see them both fahor pardon awaits you." dead at her feet. What tho United States needs at In the hiatus of her grief she told War the story to her neighbors, the present time is forty-eigbut now Governors like Samuel J. Kirkwood. she tells it to the bars of her window As a people we havo too much ego in a madhouse. in our Cosmos. We do a big thing This number of "The Spikor" will in a big way but frequently neglect go to many of you, "Folks at Home. the details. Just now we are on the Take It to the local paper of your biggest job the world has ever known, town and ask to havo this article reand it Is up to us to get down to the printed together with the name of materialistic and utilitarian. the man who sent it to you Wo who aro in France and those Folks at Home, we send you greet who are to follow have no fear for the ings! Our fiber is good, and it Is months of toll and battle that He be- your fiber. We will each and every fore us, but we do want to know one do his best and do you the same. that the spies and traitors who aro And when we return we won't bo seeking to block our avenues of sup- afraid to look you in the eye, take plies and munitions shall not succeed. you by the hand and say "Howdy." Alien enemies should bo watched Tho above is a clipping from the and accounted for. For three nights Splker, a periodical published somethe writer was with a French Patrol where in Franco by the men of tho in ono of the largest cities in France, ISth. Engineers Hallway, U. S. Army, that tiinilo the rounds from 10:30 P. and was sent to this office by Chester ROCKPORT. For Infants and Children M. to 2:00 A. M. Different patrol .Keown, who is "Over Ch'm'n. Board James Wilson. there." In Use For Over started in different directions from Years Clerk Rushing Hunt. Always bears a centralbase and literally fine commmm Pollco Judge John T. Jackson. $100 Reward, 5100 bed tho city. Sleepers in the parks Marshal Will Langford. Signature of The of this paper will b were routed out, hotels and lodging pleased leaders to learn that there is at least BRAVER DAM. ne dreaded disease that science has houses were invaded, pedestrians uccu uuic iu cure in un us stages ana Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKenney. vrero held up and each was made, inai is caiarrn. catarrn being: greatly GUARANTEED SERVICE AMKISICAX GAS MASKS Clerk It. W. King. Influenced by constitutional conditions civilian and soldier alike, to show his requires One hundred por cent CALLED IJKST IX WOULD constitutional treatment. Hall's Police Judge J. W. Cooper. credentials. la centers of population Catarrh Medicine Is taken Internally and value. Bpecial work for W. Marshal R. F. Stevens. the Blood this is tho rule in France. Franco is acts thru the System on the Mucous SurO. W. faces of thereby destroying Chlcago, April 6. When It comes FORDSVILLE. original and efficient in her methods. the foundation of the disease, giving: the W. F. STEVENS, to fighting gas attacks tho American patient strength by building up the Ch'm'n. Board W. R. Jonei. For years Germany has permeated X. T. D. 7. Hartford, Ky. and assisting nature in doing (Is soldier Is the best equipped in the have Clerk Olla Cobb. the earth with her spies both mil- work. In The proprietors powers so much world. Representing Continental the curative faith of Police Judgo C. P. Kesslnger. itary and commercial who preached Catarrh, Medicine that they offerHall's One aublo & Granite Co. This is the declaration mado here Hundred Dollars for any case that It falls Marshal Grant Pollard. German elficiency, and took observato cure. Senil for list of testimonials. Address F. J. CHRNEY & CO.. Toledo. by Maj. J. J. Auld, chief advisor of tions on tho side. Ohio. Sold by all Druggist. 75c. tho Ilritish scientific mission, who is a Germany pioneers in nothing but OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR. chemical expert. robbery, murder, rape, arson and County Hoard of Education. Ho said that the German command ARKANSAS PKOPLK IIKTUHX Kultur. B. S. Howard, S. S. O. C. KXCKSS FLOUR TO STOItKK has become so enraged at the failure France gave tho world a Pasteur gases to discomof Its high-powDiv. No. 1 J. M. Hoover, Hartwho laid tho foundation for modern fit tho Americans that they havo of- ford, Ky. Washington, April 1 Two and medicine, and ever since Germany Dlv. No. W. Duff, FordBville, a half million pounds of flour fered a reward of ten marks to any has been giving the bugs a merry havo been returned to retailers soldier who brings in an American Ky. chaBo and calling it German efgas mask. Div. No. 3 H. L. Cartor, Narrows, by tho consumers of forty-tw- o Arficiency. "Tho American mask Is tho marvel Ky. Italy gave the world tho wireless, kansas counties in responso to the of tho allied armies," says Maj. Baize- Div. No. 4 H. O. Autry, and from tho day tho first word jar- Food Administration's appoal against Auld. It is absolutely gas proof and town, Ky, hoarding. Sebastian county alono rered tho virgin cons of tho atmos- ported DIv. No E Otis II. Stevens, Beav- fool proof. It takes only about six the return of 2,350 barrels. phere, Germany has been setting up seconds to put it on. Unllko the cr Dam, Ky. Two weeks ago tho Food Adminisgreat wireless stations on alien shores Dlv. No. C -- Nnt Llndley, Center- German mask it does not hang down for tho avowed purpose of destroying tration urging that consumers hold and get in his way when ho bends town, Ky. no more wheat flour lu tho present rF yoa wint to Democracy. , Time of Meeting 1st Monday In over." In life loumuit know reThe United States gave tho world crliis thnn their ordinary needs It February; let Monday in April; 1st what In new In Luilceun and fnduav tpv. quired, said city families holding InVAntlfn a fi fwlnM nn Gdlson A wizard with a thouson tbe flrln Ha. IUJ Oct out of lite rati Monday in Juno; 1st Monday in Autwenty-fou- r pounds or and wonders, A Holland with tho first nioro thai gust; 1st Monday in October; 1st country families holding more than FLETCHER'S FOR Kubmarlno (which Germany refused Monday in December. forty-eigpounds would bo unpar to buy but stole outright), tho Wright County Board of Examiners E. S. triotic and would hindor tho proseculirothcrs, tho first pioneers of the ulr. Howard, Mrs. I. S. Mason, Mrs. O. W. in neat IntareatlritT and OMfal manxlMi. I Germany took up tho wonderous tion of tho war. WOULD IIHIIT JUMPS miff U ilMcat Bioner'a worth. Krtrr lataata Arkansas' responso apparently has deeds of theso and other great men, 1JV 9110,700,000,0001 jnn. 25 and 2G Common School 300 PlcrarM 300 Article been the result of concerted action dressed them in Gorman clothes, and ail for emir 1 eoota. All Um urr Umm and Diploma Examination. thero Tho counties reporting said n4 wlrtleaa. In la nald to the world: "Heboid wo nro Washington, April 6. Threo and May 10 and 11 Common School lnnt!on and Itctrlaltr In ihotnrark and autamablUa aaroDlanea, f Homo merchants had been swamped a la ranaiai, and la nuchlBarr. tho efficient", and said it so often half years of war have cauued an Diploma Examination. How la male Clnat at ttrjlaw the world came to bellovo it. Sho with returned flour, but that all wero Incrcaso of $111,700,000,000 in tho May 17 and 18 County Teachers' anU. Incluiilnc refrigerator. in making repurchases. public debt of tho twelva leading warrtrnltuTs, automobile shop rapalra, eta. hired our nowspapers to propagate Examination (white). It It full t moueftnaklnf , atrtaTln( Ideas. nor Kultur and pave tho way for what ring nations, according to tabulations May 24 and 2D County Teachers' It la wriltta la pUla Eat""" far aaaa ani bora, bus happened. IS Cent a Copy $1.60 K Year Rheumatic I'.ilns Relieved. mado by tho Federal Kcsorvo Hoard Examination (colored). And. folks ut Homo, kcop your oyog "I havo used Chamberlain's Lini- announced 0t It Science ucmmir, or wrlta" h. j Juno 22 and 23 County and Stato ropoUrfrom a newadnaVar wroarm direct to anon on tho uowvpupers and men ment for pains In tho chost and lame-huOf this sum, $72,400,000,000 Teachers' Examination (white). 1701717 TMitarrrMUrM4Z,ui4 mCib le iiUft U.I suaKifa 1U who hi fort- tho war favored, tho Gr-inii- n of tho shoulder duu to rhoutna- tho debt increase of nllled Juno 28 and 20 County nnd Stato c tue. and $39,300,000,000 that of the Tcachors' Examination (colored). tim, and am pleased to say that it Tho jingle of tbe dollar help the that, never ftdlud to givu mo prompt Central nutlona Tho United States Sept. 20 nnd 21 County nnd Stato hurt th it honor feela. "Tim vole rail." writaa Mm. S. N. I'iuoh. Ilatu- - idubt incurred slnoo tho country on- - Tenchors' Examination fwhltni. Call on TJie Itcnubllcaa fcr Pfne . was tho voiuu of J a tul but the baud via, N, Y. m turod the war la given as ?G,G50,000- Sept. 27 and 28 County and Stato fob rrlnUujc, ht 1st Monday in March 12 days Com'tli. nnd Civil. 1st Monday in May 12 dnyi Civil. 1st Monday in July 12 days COVIXGTO.V HOIISKS Com'tli. and Civil. WEISK .NOT roiSONKI) 3d Monday in September THE 12 days SEWINC Civil. MACHUNE Washington, April 6. German 4th Monday in November 12 days OF ft Com'th. and Civil. agents were not responsible for tho QUALITY.! recent mysterious death of a largo COUNTY COUHT. number of horses nt Covington, Ky., but the demise of the animals was Meets first Monday in each month. NOT Judge Mack Cook. due to natural causes. SOLD County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. This is the finding of the bureau of UN,DER Clerk W. C. Mankensklp. animal Industry of the Department of ANY Sheriff S. A. Hratcher. OTHER Agriculture, which has just comNAME. Superintendent pleted an exhaustive chemical study K. S. Howard. Jailer Worth Tichenor. of the stomachs of the dead horses Assessor D. B. Ward. WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. and has submitted its report to the Surveyor C. S. Moxley. War Department. If you purrhriMs thoNKW l().iK you will have n lift? u.sm t at tho price you pay, niid wlU Coroner Dr. A. D. Riley. Tho analysis made by the experts of not have nu end less chain of ri'nlrs. the bureau failed to show any trace FISCAL COURT. whatever of poison. The conclusion Meets Tuesday after first Monday of the bureau, in which the War Def.. J? Quality in January, April and Octobor. J Kr f Considered! partment concurs, is that death was 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, duo to the fact that tho animals, afto it Is the Route 3. an unexpectedly long ride from Itock-forUnd District Sam L. Stevens. Beav Cheapest 111., to Covington, helped themer Dam. selves to water and forage and the in the end Q H. Drown. Simmons. nutural fungus growth on the forage .Ird District -- In Knv brought about entetltls, which caused Ith District G. W. Rowe, Center-towyou want a FowlriK liiichlni', write for If death. In the unscientific languages ."Hi District W. C. Daugherty.naizo-town- . ourlntiKlcnUiloKUo lufororou lmrcliuse. of tho layman, the horses foundered. Tbe New Home SeAinc Machine Co., Orange, Mass, The trip from Rockford to Covington mil District W. S. Dean. Dundee. was made in forty-eighours, when 7lli District B. F. Rico, Fordsvllle. according to the finding, it should 8th District B. C. Rhoades, Hart havo been made in thirty-siThe ford, Route G. department's Information is that 207 HARTFORD. horses died and the others have reMayor J. E. Bean. covered. . o- Clerk J. A. Howard. Police Judgo C. M. Crowo. Marshal E. P. Cascbler. Tin! rri mwwimm Used iU NEW 40 Years HOME CARDUI S (l The Woman's Tonic J m rib 0J. r ''.-F t Sold Evorywhoro d, n. ,.r ht x. 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Ky f3 if you t.iko tbo Drnmrhrm Tr ilriliw thu trulnlnn that Iiua4ti . nwi. lrh'Y,m ca WLUUUjcj, l'UlfridU, HOKIMJas mu&S Secured or Your 1'ajui.h.t;; i f e Memaaeaa pyptMa-- HERE 18 A GOOD MACE TO STOP FOR LITXLH MONEY V- PARTIAL PAYMEN T 7th UNCLE SUM'S EYE iL ON Louisville Hotel, Louisville, Ky., Main St., bet. 6th & Tho Only Hotel In Louisville Operated oa the American and European Flans. AMERICAN ILAN (With Meals) Itoonut without llutli but with Hot anil Cold itunnla Water. slnglo, $2.00 por day; 2 peopto, $2.00 each 7G Rooms single, 2.60 per day; 2 pcoplo, 2.26 each 60 Rooms 60 Front Rooms. single, 3.00 por day; 2 people, 2.60 each Hooiiim with Private Until : single, 3.00 per day; 2 pcoplo, 2.75 each 60 Rooms sliiGlo, 3.60 per day; 2 people, 3.00 each 60 Rooms , PLAN FIR LIBERTY 0 In Biggest Reading LOAN 15 VAQE Names of Men Falling In Duty on File Washington. Value for your Family EARNERS MAY OBTAIN BONDS AND PAY IN WEEKLY Poes of the Third Liberty Dond Issue throughout tho United States will bo INSTALLMENTS. EUROPEAN IMiAN (Without Mails) Rooms without Until hut with Hot mid Cold (tunning Water. 76 Rooms single, $1.00 per ilay; 2 people, $0.76 oach 60 Rooms single, 1.36 par day; 2 people, 1.00 each 1.60 per day; 2 people, 1.26 each 60 Kront Rooms. single, ItooitiN ulth 60 Rooms 60 Rooms I I THE BANKS AGREE ON FORM . I City Workera May In Private Until : Weekly, Whllo Rural Communities Systems Adapted to Needs Are Being Developed. i Py single, single, Ktiinpeiiu 1.60 per day; 2.00 per day; 2 2 people, people, 1.26 each 1.60 each THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Cor. Sixth and Main Sts. 111111 Only. Rooms Without P.ntli, $1.00 unU up; Rooms With Prlvutu Until, 91.30 mid up Itesl Killing I'lncn In Town. The Loulsvllto Hotel ami the Old Inn nro located In the wholesale district suiil only u wnlk to tho retail district and theaters. LOCIHVILLi; IIOTKL AND Ol.l) INN COMPANV, Props. &JJJiKW.Z'Zl 6fra6-V0e44-V4-.. X MM 1 Off A II t The Hartford Republican AND THE MEMPHIS WEEKLY Commercial-Appe- al IIOTII ONE YKAK FOIt rty Npcdiil arrangements, wo are enabled to furnish these two papers at this low ruto for n limited time. Is it large and ono of the very host paTho Comincrclnl-Appcn- l per published in tho South. Cash must In nil cases nrcompaiiy each order. Tills ruto is applicable to renewals and new hubscrlb-cr- s alike. 2 SEND VOUIt OltDEK TO t i THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. j J t BREEDING STOCSC Mv two .lurks Itl.OCICV IH)V and ltOlt, and Stallion MACIC lCACI.E will make the present m'jisou at my farm on llarlfoid and Pt. Pleasant road, near (Vnlerlowu, nt 98.00 eneli, to insure a liv. iii colt, proiidcd marc be not disposed of, in that event, the season feo becomes due. A lieu is retained on all cults until the fee is paid. !! "Lllwrtj-- Ixmn" pans look from the or trust roinpiny dot- lnk of ll.o Unltcsl Milue uri State fior rnment ijimttj Jjnn fiold I!ond, mid here. I.y iiBrt'O to for mtio nt tmv Milue ami iTined IntercJt In Inntallnunti wltMu I.' months from the dnto hfn-of- . i:c!i payment nhall tie rotltlrd to Inters fartifd at the r'ntc of the sold Third I.IUrt.v lnn llnnds luar, Jmt no ptjm.nt ahull draw Interest prior to the dato from which the trends thetnseltes lierr Interest mid said Intir-ts- t shall Iw adjuilcri, at the tlmo ut surrender of this pass liook. The purihnser tnnv rompleto Iho entire payment In lens than one 3 ear and may pay any amount at any time, except that a minimum payment of not less thmi i" per tent per eek must Iw mn'ntalued. In rase nn Issue of llonds Is mi.de hearlnc a hlcher rato of Interest, and Into whlrh this Issue of twn.ls may lie converted, the said lis nt or trust company may at Its option cur-ris- e tlm romerslon prlvllece; In which event such lmrcnscd rate shall accrue to tho pa.s ImkiU om ner If tho purchaser shall liecome delinquent In innMus regular payments, tho sulci hank or trust rompHiiy resertia the rlfrht to return such pnnients plus or minus tr Hmmnit nn. (resenting tlic dlfferenco lietnern the market tho pur xnlee of tho bonds. This jiasa IsKik shnll not lx necotlabl. and must Iw jiresonteil hen iiajments are made. li tho ntitptatnt' of this pass book the own. er thereof nnvpts and assenta to these terms and i'uiiteuts. n The government "partial payment" plan is being adopted hy many of tho titles and towns throughout the Eighth Federal Unserve District fdr handling the Thi.d Liberty Loan, which Htnits April 6. Commlttoes lmvo appointed In several cltle3 to Woilc out details In connection with the plan. It is thought that no form of subscriptions to be used In tho sale of the bonds will reach anything liko the aggregate number of subscribers who will tako admntagu of this method of purchasing. In St. Louis a committee of bankers has been active shaping arrangement f.o that purchasers ol these bonj.s will have the privilege of buying Uinm on weekly Installments. P. O. Watts, president Third National Unnk of St LoiiIr and chairman of tho .Metropolitan Committee of the Liberty Loan Organization for the Eighth Federal Reserve District, is highly enthusiastic over the plan. During tho previous loans, Mr. Watts said, there were Rnnroximatolv 38,000 subscriptions In St. Louis which were taken on a v.cekly Installment plan, but In his opinion that city ought to have 138,000 subscribers to the weekly payment plan. That U the goal set by tho present committee for the Third Liberty Loan Bond Issue. Of the 47 banks in St. Louis, 1", have signed up to co operate In pushing the weekly payment subscriptions, and a uniform contract to govern such subscriptions, nppiored by the St. Louis Clearing House Association, as well as the banks themsulies, haj been adopted. Form I3 Adopted. The form of contract Is given below: hf-c, 'ireasurj-- Department at Washington. Secretary .McAdoo In Ills Instruc tions to tho various Liberty Loan com- luiiieos throughout the country has explained that thu Government does not intend to force peraons to Invest In loals who cannot afford to do so, but in each case tho man who falls to do o will be asked to give his re.iaons It Is pointed out that many who bought $50 and $100 bonds on the ot't-- r loans could have Invested in $50 and ?1,000 bonds, and thoso will be Tha government Is iVtcrralntd only to list the military slackers file In tho Treasury Department, whero secret service nitenta will huvo access to thcwTnt all times. The several million Liberty Uond salesmen throughout the country will carry yd low cards furnlshul by the tuve.a upon which they will w.iie Hi address and objections of ml p rnona'who refuse to buy a bond. When a person shows an attuuJ.i hostile to the loan ilk- salesman will t ke out a yellow card and tell him it Mil be necessary to get his name an I I'ddt-psand an exact statement aa to vhy he will not subscribe, so that it may be filed with the District Liberty Loan Committee and also in the listed und their names placed oa TWYbiiiKs Companion ""'""'" 7 GlrA i .nt, 12 Great Serials or Group Stories for 19IS then 250 Shorter Storicj "y "0" auinnriiK-s"Tlic best I..htrul I'ijk- i.i the . - ae' !' to Save, Cauies and faiorts to I'l.iy, Compauiou Receipts. S1'.' - a Wr''n " Vycr Doctnr's Corner, Things to Make, Money 5.' issues, U 00. o 19 a tr TiTri in s Jt0'il IWo.n Authority for millions of women. 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Congress has been asked to enact a law that will provide a fine of $10,000 or Imprisonment for not more than 20 Jears for persons who circulate seditious and traitorous propaganda, whether by word of mouth or literature. One of the principal objects of the proposed law is to halt opposition to the Liberty Loan campaign. KAISER VS. BUTCHER WEYLER Devastation and Cruelty In Cuba In Belgium and France. Out-don- Succeed when everything else falls. In nervous prostration and female wcaknesse" they are the supreme remedy, at thousands have testified. FORKIDNEY.UVERAND It is the best medicine ever cold over a druggists counter. STOMACta trouble; ? r f Every Woman Wants FOR PERSONA?. HVrSlPWP Dissolved in water for douches stopr pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflammation. Recommended by Lydia E. Finkham Med. Co. for ten yecra. A healing wonder for naal catarrh, soro throat and sore eyes. Economical. His eittkorJinary cJeantinu and jKmicida' power. Saraio Frco. 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K now In tho French battle lines as In1'EALTV TO ALLIES fantrymen and aviators. As Instructors for tho Cuban escadrlllo, which April fi. On tho is Intending to snll shortly for tho Havana, Cuba, French front, tho allies detailed two eve of tho llrht anniversary of Cuba's of their leading alrmon to Havana, Clurmany, declaration of war against and both theso ilyors woro natlvo a festive Cubans, Havana presents and, as Sunday is a day of Economically, Cuba's sorvico has n boon conspicuous, colouration in till Cuba's crop of countries, extensive preparations have sugar this year totals 3.G00.000 long been inado for a demonstration of loy- tons, which Is said to bo tho greatest sugar crop ovor raised by ono country ally to tho Entento allies Slnco Cuba's war declaration, many In tho world's history. activities, some military and navnl, Tho entire crop has been turned othors economic, liavo been put In mo- over to tho agencies of tho United tion hero to aid tho United Stutes. States food administration and is beFront tho tltuo when tho Ccrinan and ing marketed at a flguro which, whllo Austrian stoamshlps seized In Cuban It brings n diminished prollt to its waters woro turned over outright aa patriotic producors, nt tho samo tlmo a gift to tho United States Shipping has tended to safeguard tho world Hoard, until tho present, when Cuba rom profiteering and extortion In this Is mobilizing her military resources to essential food commodity. Hand n forco of from 10,000 to 20.000 Besides this, Cuba Is dovoloplng mon to Kranco, tho whole policy of hor agricultural resources In othor tho ropuhllc has been to subordinate lines to a great degroo; so it Is hoped other mattorri to thoso obligations of that tho necessity for Insisting this alliance which hor declaration of war year on tho usual importations of Tho Cuban army and navy foodstuffs from tho Uuited Stutos will ontailod. lmvo been reorganized, and exports ho diminished in tho mouths to coino. from tho United States Army Staff Tho Cuban Ucd Cross, headed by havo estimated that Cuba's military Madame Mariana Sova do Monacal, maxiforco could bo enlarged to a. wlfo of Prcsldont Monocal, has raised mum of 100,000 men and maintained $1,000,000 for its work, and ia now ut that llguro ludofinltely. equipping a hospital unit exclusively paTho Cuban navy has ussumed of Cuban physicians and. nurses for trol duty not only in Cuban territor- n, sorvico In Franco. In tho ial wators. but also far out hy and It has boon augmented whllo n fleet of submarine chasers, In other craft aro under construction. FOR FLETCHER'S to these military and naval addition young Cubans uro many (THA ItEIM.EIKJES to-da- y Latin-America- Tho pass books and deposit tickets for tho 16 St. Louis bunks have been ordered and will bo distributed to t'm participating banks sometime next week. The Publicity Committee Is cooperating with the Publicity Committee of the Central Organization, and It has been arrangod to cover the fiuld from every angle of advertising Special copy for street cars, factory cards, billboards, newspapers, magal zines, circulars and window cards are being prepared, bo that tho duty as well as the opportunity of every American citizen will be carefully brought homo to the people. Callaway County Adopts. Not only In tho largo cities throughout tho Eighth Federal Reservo District will tho "partial payment" plan be adopted, but In smaller cities and communities as well. In Callaway County, Mo., tho Bankers' Association has already appointed a committee to work out a plan suttablo for tbo banks there. In this busy ago many buy their homes, automobiles, pianos and talking machines on the Installment phtn. Undo Sam says, Why not buy government bonds in this mannorf Wo can whip the Germans with our money, but not with the money in our pockets or bank accounts. It must go into the United States treasury in subscriptions to Liberty Bonds. To win this war quickly and decisively, it is necessary to enlist the cooperation of people of all classes and occupations, and thoro can bo no better way to do this than by effecting a general participation In the investments by which tho government will finance our fighting forces. dlrect-by-mal- marks the cruelty inflicted upon children, or the unmentionable barbailty uhown to women by tho hcuitless Germans In Invaded lands. ,, What the Prussian hns dono In in Russia, in Routuanla and the other European countries he would do in America If the Kaiser wins the war. Buy a Liberty Bond and register a , protest against the bloodthirsty Prussian war lord. XK America must win the war or civiI X lization Is doomed. Uncle Sam can nnd ho will win, but he must have tho j YA loyal support of the men who stay at liome as well as tho soldier who goes Va to France. Billions must be raised to supply tho guns, the food, the thousand and one things that aro necessary to support the army. Tho free citizens of tho United States must supply the money with which to feed, clothe and munition tho nrmy. The best way to do this Is to buy a Liberty Bond tho safest Investment In the world. saber-rattlingI All America shuddered with shame and contempt when a heartless Span-lardrove 400,000 peaceful Inhabitants of Cuba from their homes and forced them Into reconcentrado carnpa to suffer, to starve and to die. But no one over accused tho Madrid government of such brutality as sons explained by Moving ture machine. Seven big partments d Shorthand, Book- p For p Weak P Women keeping, Telegraphy, Stonotypy, Music, Primary Normal. Expert teachers. Modern equipment. Position assured. Write for catalogue. 1 Daviess Co, ' U K j ! Bus. Incorporated OWEXSIJOItO, KY. In use for over 40years! Thousands of voluntary letters from women, telling of the good Cardui lias done them. This is the best proof of the value of Cardui. 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Every bottle guaranteed. 50c nnd $1 in bottles Nun genuino without tho likeness and sign turo of L. K. Grigsby. For salo by - HjkrUord. Xi i U. WILLIAMS. ax They Will Root for Third Liberty Loan Bond Campaign. Missouri pigs will root for the world's freedom, will supply food for tho Sammies und create a fund for the purchase of Llmbertylhm shtmcshrdl purcbaso of Liberty Bonds. A whole tralnload of young porkers will wond their way from Audrain County, Mo., to tho St. Louis market, whero they will enter the shambles nnd willingly glvo up their Uvea that the boys "over there" may llvo. The "pig" idea is the product of tho fertile brain of a Missouri woman. Mrs. C. F. Clark of Mexico, realizing that "pigs 13 pigs" no longer, but monoy Instead, took her project up with tho farmers, who heartily endorsed her plan. They have agreed to load up tho train with pigs and invest the proceeds in Liberty Bonds of tho third issue. pqj TAKE The Woman's Tonic You can rely on Cardui. Surely it will do for you what it lias done for so many thousands of other women! It should help. "I was taken sick, seemed to be . . . ," writes Airs. Alary E.Vesle, of Madison Heights, Va. "I got down so weak, could hardly walk . . . Just staggered around. . . . I read of Cardui, We Knock the Spots Outof Tbingi PICTURES Glide TO MOVE PATRIOTS and Trailers Prepared In Washington and Sant Broadcast. R T W picture shows throughout the Eighth Federal Iteservo District, embracing seven states and parts of statos, will educate their patrons through a series of slides and trailers that will be supplied through tbo national organization at Washington. Theso pictures will bo a reminder of the duty that the pooplo owe to their country In tbo present crisis. Moving Car-rlbea- measures, Children Cry CASTO R IA Will Sell Farm for Bonds. farm in exchange for Liberty bouds is tho offer which has beon made by G. L. Campbell, a real estate dealor of Hopkinavlllo, Ky. Further, Cuuipboll stat oh positively ho will not take money of the usual kind for tho farms it Is Liberty Bonds or nothing. A and after taking one bottle, or before taking quite all, I felt much belter. I took 3 or 4 bottles at that time, and was able to do my work. I take it in the spring when run- down. I had no appetite, aim 1 commenced eating. It is the best tonic I ever saw." Try Cardui. Ladies' and Men's Garments French Dry Cleaned and Presiod U Superior Manner. Bend tie your ft Garment and " fhem CLEANED CLHAN Packages called tor and uellTere. All Druggists j. 10 THE ELTE PRESSING CLUB A. K5K wJT1 Iva Nail, Prop. UAltTFOIU), KENTUCKX, MM lFPOJNTEO, '.. - ....- - , -. .... - M - IS COMMAND h GERMAN aris, , Objective Of Great -- l Hun Offensive, Say ',; Prisoners. . , t n. Washington. April 8. Statements t Gorman prisoners French military critics that tlio real itujcotiro of tlio grent German wns Parbv and tint so far expecting checks which would from make Amiens the goul of Woody and rndeclslve battles, the Teutonic high ommantt Sent Its forces forward pio-- P red for rapid advaucoj in open arfare. "In order to alleriate the march of ".w troops," says nn official despatch from France, "the or-I- .t cfirea y was given to prepare for their and to orfcanixe the con-ioin such n way an only to carry Mh them what was Indispensable, lie remainder wan to he stored ut depot designated by the division. The loading carriages, the niuutl!oiif tho equlpiuent and 'i he carried, inning of tho man ail had been carc-ul-ly planned aa well aa the dlstrlbu-ftu- i of map of the country to be The men were to cairy re of food, enough to la.U t -) i riss lays and two flanks, the usu.il food a day, following them in rolling itchenj, and provisions for three ! i;n in company convoys. 'In.short every arrangement shevs the Gorman command had dc- cled to resort to open warfare. It i. certain that tlie mllitaiy situation ifter more than fifteen days of operations is, ono of extremo disappointment to the German command " -- PUT IT l.V YOL'K HAT. ' havc-convincto-da, loX V " o Nt or-fnl- ve I SJI J Copyrijjht Hart Schsffntr & Ma I A i r 1 xj m WRJrHEN YOU put your time and mone infip planting a crop you take a certain chance. W it would be a great thing if you coulc JJp guaranteed your returns. When you put inoriey into Hart, Schaffner Sc Marx Clothes at THIS STORE the returns are guaranteed. e buy osi!y goods of a known q:;a!ity goods that are made to satisfy you. to THIS STORE. :t CM are made of &e all-wo- ol & cnaiiner fabrics for Hong j4utfs Whon t.omc chaps are settinc; around I'.ssumins to tell every one y.hat they know, as torvhat numbers institute certain divisions of our irniy, remove your hat and then read iho following to him: An army corps is GO.OOO men An 'infantry division Is 19,000 men An infantry brigade u 7,000 men A regiment of infantry is 3,000 men A A A and the best'styles. They are priced at $25.00, $30.00 and $35.00. If you'll figure the cost of these clothes by the service you get, you will find them the lowest priced clothes to be had. Everything we buy for our Men's and Boys' Department in Suits, Shoes, Hats, Shirts, Underwear and Hosiery, this idea of satisfaction to the purchaser in service, style and comfort, is the prime factor that enters into every purchase that we make. Any man who works hard for his money, and wants to get full value for it in its spending, should come wear, shape-keeping, iarx h m otoes battallion is 1,000 crimpany is 250 men. platoon ls CO men. V corporal's squad is 11 men. HsnrntOTJSWHOTEssnnrsuxEEamaBaMdnasiisi A Hold battery ia 135 men. A firing squad Is 20 men. WITH TIIK I)Ki:i) II')l)K . A supply train is 28a men. AST Vi'KJ'K A machine gun battery is 29G men. An engineer's regiment has 1,093 R S. Ward a:.d wife, to Ethel Do.i.--sa'lien ?7" ; 54 acre" Au ambulance company has CG Ira I... Murphy and wife, to Willie :: 'n acroa, Wells. Vis interest In 132 A field hospital ban 55 men. $600; N. W. Dockery and wife, to A medical attachment has l:: men. Green M. Dockety, acres, $150; A major general heads the fluid Kstill Taylor and wife, to Albert nnd army nnd alao oach army corps. teres, $G0; Minda Patterson. A brigadier Kunoml heads each H. Foreman and wife to A. P. Grabrigjde. ham, 4 Interest in 07 acres. $1,204; V colonel hoailts each regimont. J. T. Carter and wife, to J. C. Car-to- r, A lieutenant colonel is no.t in acres; aamu to Elbie L. Car57 (umutand below a colonel. ter, 57 :; acres; same to Mattel CarA major heads .1 battallion. ter, 51 acres; S.'ine to Goldle A captain heads a company acrea, all of tho above for 5 A lieutenant heads a platoon. love and allectlon; G. W. Uasoheart, A sergeant is next below a lieutento John C. Cbinn. 1 acre, J5.00; Joe ant C. lionnett Mid wife to James Mo&Ill, A corporal is a squad officer. 150 acres, $300; W. T. Keown and o-aoros, wife. tJ W. It. Wells, 59 fl.WCOCIC OKKlCMlj 1KA!. 5100; J. A. Cheek and wife, to W. It. Wells, lot in Pordavillo. $1,000; J. J. T. I'arhou, County Attorney of W. Punuer and to T. W. Itoyal, Hancock Count), died alter l.i J acres, $1.0o; W. W. Itoyal to T. W of boveral days, at hlfi homo in Itoyal, 152 Miuaro poles, $1.00, ftc; I'awHvlllo Thursday of last week. 1. C. Shields and wlfo, to K. C. Orake, Attorney I'arsons was horn in Ohio 10 acres. $205; C. I'. Taylor and 'iunty in ISIS, but moved with his wife, to Ira FaiiKht, acre, $90; in parents to Pntesvillo Hancock Alice L. and N. II. Davis, to Ira ounty whon u small boy. Paught, u,500 siiuaio feet. $30; Mr. l'arson w.s a magistrate in Itowan Holbrook and wifo, to A (' tho Patesvillo district before belns Association, lot in Hartford, $700; fleeted county nttorney. Ho was G. T. Shultz and wife, to Eugene frving his second term as county at- -' Ilibbs, ::,100 square yards, $150; It. jrney. N. I'ate and wifo to A. I). Itowe. 5 acres, $210; W. G. Tooley and wife, ' iik sioitK i.vnh:i:ous to It. W. Oglosby, 10 acres, $200; INFANT THAN SOI.MKIllc. It. Wade uml wife, to Kstill Hoard and iva Hoard, 1 acres $ia5; Lena It's seven times moro dangerous F. and J. T. Pattern, to S. C. Ithoads, in be a baby in tho llrst year of life 8 acic?. $1.00, &c; I,. II. licaii, to a soldier at the front, inso-'s- ir Veaehel Westoi field, lot in Hnrtford. han 'o as tho probability of dying Is $1,400; Thos. I). Davis and wlfo, to according to A. II. Llchty, Plorenco Willis. 1 acres. $175; hoerotary of tho Central Dudley Wosterliold, to I. K. Wester-llel- d, CO acres, $1,000. National Men's Chrlstuln V' sociatlon of tho United States. AN AMIilGUOUK ('ONTItAtU' Out of 23,000,000 babies in their irst year, :.50.000 will die on an aver-H'- 0 Lord Hacou Very aptly said that he said, while out of tho buino numbor of soldiers at tho front 50,-)0- 0 'most human disputen aroso over tho meaning of words. A lawsuit ia will die. Tho life of a boldler at the front Is Judge Coble's court hero Friday illusonly threo times more dangerous than trates that epigram. Sometime last lhat of any citizen in some peacoful 'fall Emmet Martin rented homo land pursuit, ho said. Out of 2,000,000 sol-- 1 from Elvis Splnks. A written nt tho front, insured iu London, tract wus entered Into. The con-a- n average of 'thirty in oach 1,000 .tract specified that Martin had rented havo been killed n threo years of Splnks' farm. Now it happened that war, ho said. Doaths from natural ; Splnks had threo tracts of land each adjoining tho other. One fifty, ono caukea woio tun iu each 1,000. thirty live and unotlier of llfty ucres. Martin had moved onto one tlfty aero rOlt KALE. tract and claimed that ho had aUo Four good work horses. Soo J. rented the thirty live aero tract. E. CUUTISS, at once. Hartford, Ky. Aftor hearing u volume of evjdeuco Ee Pe BARNES l.icd piii..nl I & i BRO it GLOOM .1y. 9 BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. ' ilBBBSffliHraSSSE 1R the written eon'r w..s y.'-r- e tl. ' ur r t". titled under his contract to culti ts lie tract also. the thirty ftv vioml I', that when people wa"i to ei.lur iuto Ual and uiudmg contr. s it would be cheaper to pay u trilling declad that M.utin fee to an attorney than to have a litty dollar lawsuit. o-- o H-)- ry AUTO KOi: SALE. "One ;!0 horse power, five passenger. Studebaker touring car for hrtle. in first class condition, a good hill See climber and at a bargain. A. 15. WEDDING. Dundee, !y JO t.f o- - M.AGA.V. The people havo been dolayod with their planting on account of tho tool weather. Uevorend Ashley preached hire Satiuday night. Mr. Armendt went to Hartford .Monday. iK-iic- ss o. to con-erne- d, Mr anr Mrs. Emio Westerflold. of Hells ltun, visited Mr. Wcstorlield's grandfather, Mr. James Wosterliold, Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs Wallace and son, Stoven, of Dean Meld, spout tho week end with their parents. Mr. Hober Midkiff and family, or Kalph, visited Mr. MIdklff's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Midkiff. Sunday. Mr. Ircly Evans hus gone to Owens-bor- o to be examined for army bervlco. Onls and Arvll Whltohouso made a business trip to Hartford Saturday. Miss Ethel Muffett was In Pords-vlll- o shopping Saturday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Tom Miller, of near Sunnydnlo, visited Mrs. Miller's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. l'atton, Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Margaret Hicks, of Duke-hurs- t, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Duua Helton. Mr. and Mrs. C. It. Rhmuls and Mr. and Mrs. Juno Miller, of Deanlleld, were iu town Sunday afternoon. Mr. Irvin Kolley has purchased n now car, Mr. Irvin Harder, of Aiiahurg, at tended church ut Pleasant Hill Saturday night. ADMINISTKATOIt'S XOTlt'K. All persons havlug clalliis 'dgaiiibt thu'estatp of S- - P. McKiunoy, deceased, are hereby notified to present tiunu to me, or Otto C. Martin, Hart ford, Ky., on or beforo May ICth, 1918, properly proven, or thoy will bo forever barred. MAItTIN FLKNER. Admr., S. P. McIClnney, deceased. Ut3 eon-dlo- rs , entrance into the war. T'i'i FLFKS bo. - h'.ir Int r t .it I ',ii. r i r.i Th, ii are thr.'i li.i'thnds of i . i at Grifiiville. K , April 7 Attired v)n of thi's. is to giv ( ljtiro sum ..t fn a brand new Mill and carrying an cine; imothi-is to make four si p- uriuiui of bridul pr t"ius. tlie ii. u" p)i:ienN a .id tN third to of both of which he will pay tin the Installment plan have to explain to twelve K"ol meu HAVE YOP A THIRD LIBERTY nnd true, Estill Davis, of this eoun-t- LOAN BOND IN YOUR IIOMK? was being married here. Suddenly the deep-tonovoice of WITH THE DEED BOOK. baying bloodhounds broke in oa love's young dream. N. W. Dnckery to Oreen H. Dookery Young Mr Davis prickttd up his lot iu Heaver Dam $150. oars. Ira L. Murphy to Willie Wells. 72 Nearer, clearer, deadlier than acres $500. as Hyrou imtn It, came the menIt. S. Ward to Eirl Westerfleld, 30 acing notes. acres $75. Snatching a hasty hiss from his M. C. Riley and others to Robert blushing bride, Mr. Davis "retired In Hell. 65 acrer$1200. good order." but without uuunruwt.iry Lela Stevuus to Una M. Loach, 59 dolay .to the adjoining county of llut-lc- acres $900. while tho baying grew fainter Ernest Payno to Goorgo Kollor, 71 and fainter In the distance. acrea $2800. Sheriff Arthur Lite, anticipating "a John M. Wade to William P. Grifhasty return to tho bride, stayed uloso fith. 75 aeros $2000. Sura enough, L. C Thornsbeiry to Mnnuul Wldlck around Mrs. Davis. lovo's luro proved Davis' undoing. and wife, 4 acres $75. Last night ho returned nnd Sheriff .lame Docker to A. L. Pulkorson, Lllu captured him after a brief Mtrug-gl- 10 acres $150. Klln C. Gray to E. t:. and A. E. Tho young man is uccusod of hav- Woodbtirn, acro $250. ing obtained his wedding Milt and H. II. Woodhnrn to E. C. Wooil-liiirbridal presents from tho store of 1 lot $:i50. Dallas Hector, at Duiimoro, last WedT. A. Eskrldgo and others to (i. (;, nesday night in a m minor Inconsis- Lanliain, GO acres $2000. tent with the statutes mado and proLouis Wedding to Emma J. Evans, vided. 53 acres $1000. O. I). Norrls to J. N. PIur.on, 50 SEED COItN 1'Olt KALE. acres $.'150. Good whlto beed corn for sale, while it lasts, S7 pur cent tet by OIL PROSPECTS. United StutCH Departmont of AgriThe oil well bolng drilled on the culture. Call on J. W. APid tot, Fordsvillo. Ky., it. F. 1). No. lt llox Patterson farm, near Olatou, has :i:i reached a considerable depth, and truces of oil havo been found. Machinery for drilling u well near DunPACTS OP THKEi: LOANS I'l'T IN A PEW WOltDK dee is expected to arrive this week. TIiohu in charge or tho- - inattor will not make known just whore tho wull FlitST L.IHEUTV LOAN. Moro than 4,000,000 men and will be drilled, but it is bolleved It women of tho ITultod Status will bo drilled near Sulphur Springs. bought tho first Issue of $2,000,000-00- 0 Surveyors hiivo boon busy In that in Liberty Loan bonds or 1017. uelghboihood recently, and tho laud Tho bonds wore dated Juno 15 nnd owners are In hope of a luoky strike bear 3Vi per cent Interest. that will muku tho country rich ovur SECOND LIIJEUTY LOAN. night. Tho amount waked was $:i,000-000,00Loan was offered October SECOND DISTRICT TO PAY 1, 1917, and uubsurlptlons closod !i'.i,00l,0m INCOME TAX on Novoinbqr 1. Ilouds run for twenty-fiv- e years at 1 per cent, Owpnsboro, Ky., April 7. -- Collector uml nro redeemable ten years after J. T. Grlllllh will turn over to tho subscribed. National Government Iu tho wuy or TJHItl) LIHUItTV LOAN. Income tax from tho dlstilct approxiCampaign to raise $:i, 000,000,000, mately $2,000,000. This was the sumo as Second Loan, began on Satreached by tho collector upon urday, first aunlvorbary of our'couu- - tubulutluu of records. is.uim; dogs Wi:i)DI(.; THOt SAND MEN hint . ros: DiuiT dod(.i:i:s 1.-'- 00 TUE IN Mlnn'-npoli- i r il hao their n gistrallou canls or other . . credentials vim tuem were taken in custody here tonight when agents of the Deportment of Justice ami members of the local home guard raided 197 pool rooms mid dance halls In the city for draft evaders. -O April 6 Nearly men of military age who did not ATTENTION PLEASE. I havo been summoned to appear at an army camp for service, within fifteen days. Will have but a limited time In which to adjust my busi- le-for- r, ness before lenvlug. Thodo indebted to mo will plcaso call on me at once and ndjust n settlement of their You can, perhaps, settle accounts. with me on better terms than with tho agent with whom I shall bo compelled to leave my accounts. WILLARD LAKE, .Simmons, Ky. 3 .MARRIAGE to ! LICENSE RECENTLY ISSUED u, Rosslo Edgo, Whltesvillo, to Ethel ltoarmnii, WhitusvHIe. John Hoskfus, Heaver Dam, to Cordle Johnson, R. 2, Hartfoid. Herbert 11. Arnold, White Run, to Delia Raymer, Whlto Run. LADIES SHOE POUND. Found on Hartford and Dundee road one new, ladles shoe. Call at Republican olllcu, pay for this ad, and gut tho shoe. MISS SUE ALLEN. "it TAFFY. Taffy, April 8. Mr.Lonuio Wndo has threo children who nro very sick. Most everyone Is over Iho measles, .Miss Xoda Raymond spoilt tlio past wuek with her sister, .Airs. Ira. I). Punk. Cornelius Hoover, of Heaver Dam, spent Friday night with (!. T. Funk mid family, Suveral attended tho singing nt Union, tlrovo Sunday uftprnoon. Mrs. V. C. Funk and sister, Reulnh Gaines, went to Hartford Saturdu. Mrs, Ooflroy Funk and Miss 'o.la Raymond attended church at Colls Run Sunday. -' 0. . m dry dock iii Holland that can lift vessels of 8,000 .tons register is operated .entirely by electricity. A