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The Hartford republican: April 19, 1918 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1918 hao1918041901_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: April 19, 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. Stye Fine Job Work. VOL. XXX. ASSESSED VALUE OF ALL PROPERTY $103,917. Jtetfotfl ItottbJitim DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year 19, 1918, HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL Hontls subject to taxation, $58,-00- 7. No. 42 TUB PATIENCE OF JOB By I. D. Claire. Old Father Job was indeed na- tlcnt in his hours of adversity but ho never hnd tho trial of editing a county nowspapcr. Job lost a lot of live stock, but cattlo woro cheap hi those dnys, and then" he,iintia"lot of bolls, but It Isn't recorded thnt ha had to stand for reproaches from any body but his wife. Tho country editor rarely has nny stock, and may for tunately through modern sanitation. escape tho bolls, but ho usually has a wife, nnd wives haven't changed slnco the days of Job. But' cattlo and bolls and wives aro tho least of tho editor's troubles; he must please a mighty and captious multitude. Tho editor is the only craftsman wo know HOW CAN I HELP. Notes secured by mnrtgngo or lion, Cash surronilur valuo of all Insurance policies, $100. Lawyers account, $5,375. Doctors' nccaunts, $2, 1C0. Deposited In postal savliiB bank, $107. All Intangible property, $I3S,7S5. Exemptions allowed, $5,9S5,827. Of Ohio County As Shown By Records In Clerk's Office The nsKcssment of Ohio rnnnty property haw nnally boon complolud, and wo present herewith soibo figures taken from tho, recapitulation nbeot, In tbo county clerk's olllce, that wo think will Interest our renders. TIioho Inclined to tako the trouble to calculatu average values from tho, ..... figure given may .. nnl Instructive deductions. V Tho mossed value of the of the couiuy. considered an a whole i, nearly a million dollar, larg-- r ban that of any former year, but this U to he acrotintnd for by the general, value In values of all kinds of prop'- supervisors busy. Tho county board of tax supervisors began their work Wednesday of last week and have now passed on nearly thirty precincts. It Is reuulr- wi ,,r tiwi iinnrii id rnisn inn unsuhmimi valuation of tho property of tho conn-- 1 UM sum of one million dollnrs, aH (,rik.n!tl ,y tho state tux conimls-ctln- s ,f h whom everybody advises and criticises. Tho follows who bmnl b i)iitUnR lhe ,JUr. know how his newspaper ought to bo of le rnUo on rtau.alatn and the run are legion, and they delight In n j(j nec,19(,ary u telling him how to do It. A hanker, (h(, im)purly ,o ((( a barber or a butcher may run his ,,,! . aboVP lno , buslnoss In his own even way, but not .. -- . .". Ill If I HVI l" so with the editor. There Is no sinproperty holders whose raise may gle business that evorybody knows so erty. prove to have been unjustly iniulo. well how to do as tho editing of a Total number of ncros of land, The hoard has fifteen days In which newspaper. 323,379. to complete Its work. Aftor the Nobody assumes to toll tho bank FARM AGENT INTERVIEW. Valuo of dwelling hotiRoi, $713,-S1- 2. sheriff has hnd time to sorvo notlco to a show. er how to adjust lib discounts, tho thos'o whose property has been raised doctor how to prescrlbo for his paWITH THK RED CROSS. AVo County Value of outbuldlngs, $354,707. Interviewed The Management of the Star The- tho board will meet for a live days tients, the lawyer how to prepare his Valuo of standing timber, 123,241. session to honr complaints, unrt nd ator deserves the hearty gratitude of Agent Browder yesterday, and glean-Ih- e case, tho preacher how to deliver his Tho 6hlo county Red Cross is doLand excluclvq of buildings and j ,gl ny crror8 ti,at ,nay have been citizens of Hartford for Its enter- - ed the following Information inter-pris- o addition to sermons, the teacher how to train' tho ing a splendid work. In Iir.ade. tlmbor. $2.27l,S70. In bringing hero that remark- - estlng to our farmers, young mind to shoot, tho druggist ISO. IOWI1 IOIS. lUli; V.tlliu "I limn Qt A club of Point Pleasant farmers raising funds for the works of mer how to compound his prescriptions. able 111 in production Damon and war torn have bought 10 thoroughbred IIoI- - cy, so much needed in tho lots with Improvements, $712,591. Pithias. make this von: Somehow tho peoplo think those arta countries of Europe, it Is stimulatAcres mlnorar rights, 18,051; This beautiful story of loyal friend- - stein c&lves for breeding purposes, knowlodgo sup- require somo technical Seeiffcorn tests In most Instances ing a hearty popular Interest In valuo of mineral rights. $139,993. Another of tho series of patriotic ship, so Interestingly shown on tho and refrain from offering meddling No. geldings, common stock, meetings will bo hlld at the Methodist screen at the Star Theatre Tuesday arc proving very disappointing and port of the war. advico, but editing a newspaper i3 valuo of geldings, 175,107. church hero tho first Sunday In May. night, stands alone. In the llter.tturo the Fjirm Agent Insists on fnrmers parson, such a simple matter that everybody Willis Miller, Mrs. J. E. No. of mnros, common stock, Capable speakers and Inspiring music of nil time, as the most perfect e.- - making thorough tests of seed before Is assumed to underMitchell, E. Crabtreo, Mrs. E. Crab- - but tho editor valuo of maros, $149,501. It ample of loyalty of friend to fncn-l- . planting. iw nriivlded for the occasion. win stand it. No. colts. 510; valuo of colts $20,- - Is doslred that this he n county meet- - over conceived by tho human mind Whnat was'not materially damaged tree, John T. King, John Sam BenSomehow editors aro stubborn every citizen on It that great fraternal order, by the rclcent freeze, nnd tho prospect nett, tUiss Myrtle Maddox, Mrs. Clevo things, as J03I1 BillliiB3 said of facts, G90. lug in character, and of tal - of the county w,, cnn ,i so should the Knights of Pythias, was fo.ind- - for a x$od vvlioat crop was never ooi-r- Acton, Prof. E. S. Howard, Mrs. J. No. of stallions, 22; valuo aro too muttonheaded to hoed Walter Allen, Mrs. Helen Igloheart, aud, lions, $1,980. There Is Inspiration in and out of it the human laco ter ia'the history of the county, l,e proiont. goodjjadviie when glvon them. It Value of IlumberBi Mi you should lend your has learned a lasting lssoa of man's Farm plowing jifogresslng unusual-loyaltyft- Mrs. T. H. Black, Jim Mooro and Geo. wbufffaroat 'thing for tho nows-paPure bred goldlngs, gelding,! 1,600. presence to the success of this meet- nan. Tho historic sot- - ly well, and farmers overywhero mak- - M. Phlpps. bWlnoss it somo lone editor Credit mention for contributions No. pure bred mares, 10; value 'jlng two thousand people are not tlnc In the dress Kail cus'onn of lngiu strenuous eflort for a bumper couli con inceu or ins own invinto the Red Cross Is duo tlie followmares, $845. centunr-- s ago.was crop. too msny to expert to be present onorece twenty-fou- r cible fgnorauce, and Induced to follow No of mules, 3,64 ; value of nfnlw. this occasion. . Free KoenMiint U iacmtlnaly Interesting to, the jslud - jigylwrs ltfbkJ.naffln, and fall sow- - ing citlsens: .W. S. Dean, $20; Miss .1 those who really know WiUye Smith, fff.uO! Mrs. E.J. Car the advice of, 1270,243. Imperiled in all the free nations of ent of ancient history, aad usefuKv Ing of grass In excellent condition. m"t0 Mr. E. J. Carter. $1.00; what ought ot mala thi earth, aud our people should Instructive to the children in the au- been ter, $li00; Only ery little corn, ha No. mule colts, 437? vaiu go Into a nswstWffer'.atiit perhaps HJo Guy Ranney, colts $1,5S3. awaken to tho danger. Just credit dlence. A crowded house at an ad- - pi mted. bit planting on a large scale Guy Rauney,$1.00; Mrs. is. too good Fur B. hop m! tor. SI. 00; Dr. Wlllard Lake, $1.00; Mrs. cveiit No. of Jaeka.31; value of Jacks, is due Brother Litchfield for arrans- - vrnced prire of ticked at the bo will begin nest week. Deplorable us the condition i It I jo!c3 ' Tobacco plants under canvass were Wlllard Lake, $1.00; Mallain Lake, hopeless, and the probabilities tro $3,142 log those ineetluRs for the purpose of o'Uce compliments "$1.00; No. or jonnetta, 21: value of J00' Joining the minds of the people to a taste of the citi-.eof the town attd untouched by the freeze,, are growing $1.00; Mr. M. F. Chumley. that Hie public will never have tho i proper 3S6. duty In community, and is an Invitation to iilcely aad will be ready for early set- - Mrs. Pearl Yelser, a broom.nnd Judge nctts, of their rcsUzatlu happy privilege ot reading a n. rso Barnes, filing cards. W. H. No. registered bolls. 10; value thls bour 0f the nations peril. the management of tho Star Theatre' ting. actually made by people who In a meeting of the Miners' Local, paper registered bulla, S690. Livestock enme through the winter to offer, at periodic intervals, the it. Mines Monday night, really know how to make No. of registered eows, 16; value best shows that appear hi our met-- In excellent condition, showing no ill hold at Williams TKA IWIlIiOK OPK.VS. & a resolution was passed to give the effects from the severe winter. of registered cows, $805. ropolitan cities. EXAMINATIONS COMPLETED, j Soy bean crop will bo duunio mat wages of one day's work to the Red No. bulls, common stock. SI ; valuo a The Tied Cross Tea Parlor, with yoar. This crop should be Cross. Tho Local also asked tho com in on slock, $2,359. may tbi:m.iuky, of bulla, of la&t levy of Hartford beauties in charge. The local csomntlon board comcoal company to glvo tho proceeds No. of cows, common stock. 5,808; opened for patronage, in the Republi planted in rows and cultivated. of the day's run to th6 same worthy pleted It3 task of examinations ot cows, common stock, $185,-41- can Block, Saturday aftornoon. valuo of The next torm of the Circuit Court men drafted for army service yespurpose. Leila will opon here tho first Monday In MA!iltIi:S ALI5AMIAN Misses Winnie Slminerman, terday. About 450 mon have been valuo of onlvos, No. culvos, 1.CI2; Glunn, Myrtle Labhbrook, and Clara May, and will continue two weeks. qualified for servlco at the present ?G6,G73. Thcro will bo no grand Jury sum-- 1 LOAFERS BEWAUB. Robertson. AVo wero not Mrs. Ella Buckley, of Centertown series of examinations. value of No. or steers, 1.1S0; Tbo patrlonage Saturday afternoon ed this term, and the business of and Mr C. D. Watson, of Albany', get tho complete list boforo nblo to stoers. $28,500. A law recently passed makes It tho and ovening wns very gratifying to the court will bo devoted to tho trial fUabama, wero married In the county going to press, but glvo tho names No. of sheep, 2,503; valuo of sheep. the Committee, and a neat sum was of civil cases. Tho petit jurors se- clerk's olllce Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. duty of every, man between the ages ot those examined and passed up to $2,503. realized for the Red Cross treasury. lected for servlco at this term are: Hnrkln wns the widow of tho Into S. of IS and 50 to labor at least 3C Wednesday night: W S. Allen, George A. Barnes, No. goats, US; value of goats, $1, Te. and various cak0t ci,cointo j Duc,.,oy lt wa3 Mr. Watson's first hours In every week. Tho sheriff Ora Masterson, Asklns. 012. kinds of tempting nnd delicious sand- - Wurrcn Shields, John Render, John matrimonial venture. Mr. Watson Is has received strict orders to enforce Armlt Greer, Hartford, R. 0. Hogs undor three montlis oiu, Wjtcj,C8 wero served. Tho parlor will L. Miller, W. F. Wukeland, Martin fifty one and his wife forty eight this law. Habitual loafers, whlto Mervln R. Durham, Rockport. Tanner, R. II. Raines, years old. They will mako their and black, will bo arrested and sum4S75; vnluo.?27,704. Saturday afternoon Fnrmer, T. F. bo open each Wames Burton, Olaton. Hogs over threo months old, and evening, and deserves a liberal C. M. Brown, Chester Lindloy, A. B. homo In Alabamu. Mrs. Watson llv- - marily dealt with. Tho rich and tho Everett Bratcher. Horse Branch. C. E. Miller, William Monroe, Grant. value. $91,434. patronago by tho public. e(, wth hor flrgt husbnnd In Aiablna, poor aro alike amenable to tho law Beo Carpenlor, McIIenry. Total valuo of all Hvo stock, Friends of tho Ked Cross aro re- Virgo Hocker, C. M. Farmer. R. J.aml ,n thnt way know Mn Wat'B0U. and no favoritism will bo shown In Ira Douglas, Renfrow. If thero aro any milk. tea. Hewlett, J. W. Check, S. T. Leach, ,fho wntBonB w, ,eavo for homB Its enforcement. to contrlbuto quested Larkin Cooms. (col) Hartford. whipped Ira JHies, i;stu rayior, w. a. uicn- -' next week. No. chickens, 127,583; value, $35,-O0- cake, pies, sandwttches, loafers In your town or community Walter S. Reynolds', McHonry. S. W. Leach, J. roport tho fact to the sheriff and they cream, sugar nnd cocoa Any moni-b- ards. Walter Camel, Wayno Richardson, Hartford. No. turkeys, 2.45S; valuo, $1,7SS. will bo attended to. Tho ofneora aro of the committee will gratefully R. Evans, N. P, Martin, J. II. AmDOG LAW. THE NEW Con Mldkiff, Olaton. Shrum, No. goeso, 1,085; valuo, $731. brose Hlco Condlt, J. P. In dead earnest about onforclug thl3 recelvo theso contributions. Thomas L. Blackburn, Ceralvo. Smith' Miles, II. F. Hoovor,t James No. ducks, 013; valuo, $1SG. m starvation mav The recent legislature passed tho law. In order that Luther D. Jackson, Equality. A. Holing. E. P. Taylor, J. C. Cobb, No. guineas, 305; valuo, $87. bo averted everybody must bo made IIIMU:. I'KOK. CHKUKY most stringent dog law over enactod Crones Heasley, McIIenry. Floyd Keown and Leo Hicks. Total value of all poultry, $37,-S1Under tho provisions to work. Grovor C. Greer, Hartford, R. 6, in Kentucky. Prof. H. II. Cherry, the Howling of this law all dogs must wear tags, Jesse J. Coppage, Dundee. COUNTY TAKES BONDS. Value of agricultural implements, Green educator, spoko nt lho MethJAILOR HAS BOARDER. 'Byron F. Igleheart. Centertown. and any dogs caught without a tag $145,159. , odist church horo Sunday evening Alva Evans, Fordsvllle. It there wns any doubt that tho will be impounded and tho cost taxed No. carriages, 157; value. $2,555. His theme was patriotism, nnd lils rt For tho first time in soveral weeks Vernon Baughn, Narrows, R. 1. thunder Of Gorman guns on tho west against Its owner. It is made thoNo. bicycles, 8; valuo $'!S did much toward stlmulutliiB tho Ivan Hatcher, Centertown. county! duty of tho sheriff to see to tho on- Jailer Tlchenor has a boarder. Will No. automobiles, 11; a!uo $.lj-92- 5. peoplo to renewed lntorest in the ern front had awakened Ohio McIIenry, was arrested Henry L. Tanner, Hartford. noonlo to their duty it was dispelled forcemont of tho law and heavy pen Calloway, of great task now beforo tho Ai.iorlran by their speedy oversubscription of nltjes aro provided for his falluro to Monday on a chargo of injuring tho Vascoo C. Balrd, Hartford. It. 7. No. of motorcycles, 1; value $10. people. Until within tho last few ot another, by breaking a Wm. Hatchor, Dotrolt. the county's nllotmont of Liberty do so. Any dog.wlthout a tag, found property "No. motor trucks, 2. weoks Ohio county peoplo slept whllo Bonds. Ohio county's quota wns upon tho promises of another.when seal on an Illinois Central freight car, Win. Arthur Boll Hartford. No. 'buggies, 1,503; value. $20,-08tho shadow .of tho Hunnlali threat $85,000, hut lt went over the top with not accompanied by Its owner, may and falling to glvo bond was locked Roscoo Bullock, Central City. hung like a pall ovor their licuds, hr.t soveral thousand to spare in tho first bo killed without involving responsi- up. Verily, tho way or tno aictieury Delbort L. Barnard, Hartford. No. hoarses, 2; value, $400. stimulated by tho patriotic utterances week. The peoplo aro Justly entitl- bility in damnges. Dogs, with or trausgrossor is hard. Arthur K. Walker, (col) McIIenry. $35,-23- 0. Valuo of musical Instruments, Stanley Gllstrap, Solect. of Franks nnd Cherry, nnd our own ed to a liberal measure of credit for without tags, when found upon tno J. P. TICIIENOIt DEAD. George Crowo, Balzotown. local speakers, they aro now aroustd their ready responso to their coun- promises of another aftor nlijht mny Valuo of paintings and pictures, to a high sonso of their duty, nnd aro Runner Smith, Princeton. In Hko manner bo klllod. lho try's call. $1,002. Mr. J. P. Tlchenor, a highly loyally doing it. Herbert Honnlng, Doanileld. of this law will Involve tho Valuo of libraries, $5,048. citizen of the PolntPloasant Harry Robortson, (col) Fordsvillo. necessity of locking up or chaining COIIKX AT COUIIT HOUSE. Valuo of Jewelry, $9,079. community, who had passed the threo S. W. Stewart, Beaver Dam, It. 3. nil dogs at night. MKCIIAXIt'S 8KNT. FIVK Valuo of household and kitchen score and ton mark by more then Alva Landrum, Rockporr. Mat Cohen, statu Commissioner of furniture, $271,435. three years, died at his home Monday, Alva C. Chancellor, Rockport. PLAYED TOO ROUGH. ' Five Ohio county boys wero sent Agriculture, spoke at the court house of gold and silver ware, Valuo of acompllcatlon ot diseases. The Eugeno Mollyhorn, Whlto Run. by tho locnl board to Indianapolis horo Saturday in tho interest of tho In tho Waltons ?649. Albort Elliot, Beaver Dam, R. 4. Will Reynolds, Frank Mitchell romalns were burled ho train- - Liberty Bond salo. On account of of wlno nnd whiskies, $192. Saturday, whoro thoy will Valuo Bob Davison, Reynolds. Ford, threo Mc- Creok, Church burial grouuds, Tuesed In mechanical oklll required by his appearance not being well adver- Coopor and Clarenco No. of dogs, 1023. Finis Croxton, Hartford. Tho bovs sent tised, and tho further fact that tho Honry young bloods, woro fined each day. our army In France. Valuo of stores, $228,343. s Wilbur Davison, Fordsvllle, R. 2. County court Mont; woro; Clarenco Hardin, Point Plias-nn- big rally had been hold hero only $25 and cost in Valuo of bees, $1,010. Lawrence Lanliam.FordsvllIo, II. 1. FOR SALE. Thursday before, only a small crowd day, on a chargo of breach of tho John Waltrlp, Madlsonvlllo, polls, 6,290. No. of Harold Coleman, Beaver Dam, C. Carter, Rockportj Frank M. was present to hoar Mr. Cohen. Mr. peace. Grand total of real estate and Rupert N. Ashby, Hartford, R. 7. Good Milch Cow. Also White Seed Theso wore of a bunch of about and Ollle C. Cohen Is au attractive speaker, and Tlfhenor, Hartford, property, $6,560,491. Audley E. Atchison, McIIenry. recently arrestod Corn thnt tests 94 per cont. Young' Tkhenor Is his speech was well received by thoso twenty young men Money on hand and not on deposit, Bell, Hartford. Leo Grltllu, (col) Hartford. ot geueral J. Y ALTER ALLEN. nt McHeury on chars who heard him. a sou of Jailer TIcheuor. $22,788. J lWr !,,,, ()ong ..-- - Not slnco Attllla's hordes of barbarian Huns stood at the gates of Imperial Home, more than two thousand years ago, has brutal savagery and the blood of so threatened frt domlnato the earth as It does patriots of nil times and nntlons cries out from tho ground that It shall not have boon spilt In vain. It Is not territorial possessions, not even national honor that Is so much endangered, but It Is human freedom Itself that hangs In tho balance. On tho fields of France freedom's army battles for tho rescue of tho humnn rnco from tho sword of hellish tyranny. Standing now with tbolr hacks to the wall tho armies of Franco and England facing a ery deluge of death, and send tho nlarming cry across the Atlantic ocean to tho American people, "Uush help"., Tho hour Is pregnant with the fate of nations, and tho kinship of mcji and their love to be freq should rush tho peoples of tho earth to thejfcscuo of that gallant army, that amid the storm of death battle for the rights of men. Nuarly a million of our own dear boys re facing tho legions of the savage Huns, and they, too, are cchoelng tho cry for help. Tho hour has struck for American sacrifice. Tho ev nt of tho war is now In the womb of the groat Western Republic, and vo must let our answer to tho cry for help be an nvalanch of nurtiey and nen. In this hour of Freedom's peril the American citizen who Is not willing to make oypry possible sacrlflco to succor Iip Allied nrmlcs Is a traitor to his country and dishonors its name. To li 11 with waiting nnd hesitation. Tho citizens has but one duty now, and thet it to ask those In authority, HOW CAN I HELP? y, real rowdyism. One or two othors of tho lot were given fines in tho county court about three weeks ago. It Is charged by the commonwealth that for somo months past a number of boys and young men at McHonry had boon terrorizing tho people with rough and boisterous conduct. Tho freo upo of blind tiger Honor had resulted In a freer use of pistols, oaths and other forms of terrorism, and tho result, as usually happens under such circumstances, was, tho people tired of the annoyance nnd appealed to tho courts for protection. The particular charge upon which the young men Qned Monday was somo disorders perpetrated In the grocery store of Tom Jones nnd the restaurant ofLon Keown one night Jone3 and Homo time In Febuary. his wlfo nnd Kcown's son nnd daugh ter wore tho chief commonwealths witnesses. There aro a number of othor young men of the same town under arrest for similar charges, and will later he tried In county court. Perhaps tho boys wero just playing, but the jury thought they wero play ing a little too rough. It is said that since tho fining of tho fir3t members of this gang Mc Honry has been as quiet as a grave yard at night. i.v 9; 3; d, 1; tc pf I " jjaanr71" us - 9. 10,-57- 0; G. or 4. of-fo- i ' ns Or-let- to tan-Slb- lo His Worst Foe Is BEHIND Him! As that American boy goes across "no man's land," he knows what is before him. He knew before he sailed. He's trained for it ready for iteager for it. He can fight the Hun, that's what he's there for. But he can 9t fight the slacker at home, who nurses his noney; who sits supinely by and sees his country's soldiers, slaughtered for lack of military supplies; who prefers greenbacks to glory, dollars to victory. That soldier's worst foe is behind him right here in America. Are you going to betray that boy? He's bone of your bone, blood of your blood; he's fighting for you for the peace of your fireside, the chastit' of your women, the lives of your children, the honor of your flag! Are you going to betray him? That's just what you do, when you withhold the money without which he cannot be furnished the fighting material he needs. You betray him TheRightHandv, v warn The advertising for the Third Liberty Loan in this city has been made possible through the patriotism of the following contributed the space in which the advertising will appear: firmo """"i txrhn linuo- cvnnrni'iclv ....v. ...- b ..-.- Patriotism! ,',') ,' "' , y HARREL BROS ROCKPORT COAL CO. HADEN & McDANIEL ROCKPORT DEPOSIT BANKft LIBERTY THEATRE UJ It f the Third Liberty Loan 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 todajf. i;- -. - MRS. N. C. ILER is seldom one can help a great cause with- J. L. BROWN out 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. A. B. KEVIL JAMES BROWNING R. E. ILER SNEDDON & DEETER DR. E. E. COLE L. F. GIBBS , ' RUSSELL BLADES V?' 'SS - " . ::-- : - . ,v. . .;.:-.- . ,. '..'... ,. i .- - DR. A. D. PARK DR. GEO. EVERLY :;:?,': '. : . . .. . . l: : .wsf j. ' 7 ' r v rx:gac wui - 'fflHSHSBIS7r. s&O'JrfrCczZZ A0---mmm-- Am M, i .wiv,? 'M2j'w'Ct T - vNmVfSBSS WW's: -- a " r .- . - .S '';-'& " .; Z.J . DR. C. R. LAYTON R. I. SWAIN -- ' u rv '. . ;f "? j' f i " fA'Ti-ttP-!3A.T- h. a-- r?l??TfiUua P - r I'stSKAkityriityAAX "Jf.rT: ik. '? i' . Tf " , " 'I. !' ' ' ''I ,, HARTFORD HERALD THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN cawMwrnriBTTiTHIiniM HM HELP THE BOYS -- - BUY LIBERTY BONDS! marks or moro must bo exacted, of which Franco would bo permitted to MAY SEE pay n part In colonics and England a ican trenches. HUNS HARD JOLT part In raw material." and measngo wcro de llolli bullet Tho minister of flnnnco of Saxony, HIGH SIERRA livered to tho former President y addressing a meeting of an associaby Dr. O. II. h. Mason, foreign secretion of Saxon Industrialists, declared tary of tho Y. M. C. A., who fought Victory In Hand-To-Han- d that tho war must not end with nny in tho Spanish War. under tho cloncl sort of friendly understanding, but Announced Battle RYoscmitc Summer Visitors Dr. Mnson was recalled from Franco must bo fought to n victorious end. to cnmpalgn In this stnto for tho For Yanks May Also Enter Snowy Continuing tho speaker declnrcd. Liberty loan. 'Germany's enemies who nro re Fastness displayed emotion Tho colonel sponsible for lengthening tho wnr when Dr. Mason drew from his pocket With tho American Army In a bag containing tho bullet which Franco, April 14 Preceded by nn In must bo compelled to pay cash for it. We havo no occasion to worry our RCAMP OUT 3 NIGHTS shattered his son'ri loft arm. His tense bombardment of high explosives bonds about how they will raise thi- nnd ho faco brightened, however, and poison gas sholls, picked troops money to pay an Indemnity." gavo. vent to a "bully 1" when Dr. from four German companion hurled Mnson told him that Archlo wns themselves ngnlnst tho American po Xiituio Cures, The Doctor Takes the Mt.Lyell's Inner Shrine wounded wlillo dragging thrco comFee. rtions on tho right bank of tho Mouso rades from n spot under full flro. And Summit InspirTliero is nn old saying Hint "Naturo north of St.Mlhlel early this morning, Dr. Mason said that Capt. llooso-ve- lt but wcro completely repulsed after cures, tho doctor takes thefee," but ing Sight wan recovering, but that It would fighting. , Tho as ovcryono knows you can help Nad terrific bo somo tlino beforo ho would sue Americans captured some prisoners. turo very much nnd thereby cnablo action again. Tho Gorman 1os?om already counted It to effect a euro In much less tlmo If ou co lo Yosemllo next Hiim- dead nnd ten wounded than Is usually required. This is arc thirty-fou- r you Hlioiiltl plnn to visit tho moii-sliicr, Constipation anil Indigestion. who wcro In tho Amorican trenches, pnrtlculnrnrly truo of colds. Chammountnlti climax of tho national Thuso nro twin evils. Porsons suf nnd thirty dead In No Man's Land. berlain's Cough Itcmedy rclloves tho park of which Mount Lyoll In tho fering aro often Several of tho wounded enemy wcro lungs, liquifies tho tough mucus nnd from Indigestion hlko with chief Thin In no one-datroubled with constlpntlon. Mrs. tnken back by their comrades to the aids In its expectoration, allays the a luxurious public camp nt tho other Ilobort Allison, Mnttoon, lll.,wrltos positions. cough and nlds Naturo In restoring end of It It moans tnkhiK enoiiKh that when she first moved to Mattoon German With Tho American Army In tho system to n healthy condition, m nloiiK to equipment cnnyilnK-ou- t alio was a great sufferer from o France, April 13. After another you to spend three or four nlKhts Food dis- night of terrific nrtlllory fire and a TO HUILD .IKWISII COLLKGH and constipation. Is no In tho open. Hut nfter nil thnt OX SACHLD MT. OF OLIVES tressed her and thoro was a feeling bombardment with gas shells, the Brent matter, for It ho seldom rains llko a heavy welght pressing on her y their ef (lermnns continued not be In the Sierra that tents will stomach nnd chest. Sho did not rest London, April 14. A project has nrrwsnry; comfortable sloopliiK Imkh, well nt night, nnd felt worn out a forts to drive through to the third been under consideration In Eng lino of tho American positions nenr n iiluntl- njcoffuu pot, u few tins, nnd One bottle of good part of tho time. of Toul. land for some time for tho establish fulsupply of food will bo nil that Is Chamberlain's Tablets corrected this Aprcmont forest northwest They mado two attacks, both of which ment of a largo Jewish university in necessary- - besides, or courso, a koou troublo so that she liiis felt like a failed. Jerusalem, and It Is announced this nulde. All oMulpment, Including different person. in Tho enemy's causualtles in tho week that an important beginning has guide and horses, may bo got In tho four days' lighting nre estimated at been mado toward the collection of valley A Itr.VKKKIO.N TO TVPK. between 300 and 400. Of this num- tho necessary funds, and a slto has The first nlKbt out from tho valloy on tho Mount of ber more than 100 wcro killed. Al- been purchased Ftiiotilil bo spent In the celebrated An Instance of a dog's return to though the enemy wasted fully a half Olives. Tuolumne Meadows whoro you may the savago state of his wolf ancestry Tho site which has been secured specially trained shock troops havo plenty of trout for supper for came to light In February in tho Ye- of bis battalion of 800 men, ho was unable Is one of tho finest in tho Jerusalem tho catching; tho Tuolumne Is a capi- llowstone National Park when Scout tho American lines, districts. Tho now university will to ponetrntc tal trout fctream. Anderson's report of a trip Into the which remained unchanged. occupy tho highest point In tho hills I,)cir. Inner Shrine contained, country prisoners taken around Jerusalem, looking down on Of tho thirty-si- x breakfast, your HufTalo Fork After an early trout under tho heading of predatory anitroops In tho fighting one side upon tho Holy City and the outfit will travel up tho river to tho mals killed, a mention of one moun- ly the American on Friday northwest of Toul, during area where the Temple onco Btood, and, swinclnc mouth of Lyoll Kork, tain Hon, oiio bobcat, four coyotes, which two German attacks In force and on tho other sldo over tho around Johnson Teak, will follow and nn Alrcdalo dog. of Juilea, which descends to wore repulsed with heavy causualtles that beautiful stream miles up Its This dog, which probably wandered to the enemy, twelve havo since died tho Jordan Valley and the Dead Sea, canyon. Past Ualfcrty long Into tho park from somo farm or set- troops also captured two German ma- 4,000 feet below. Peak and Parsons Peak on your right, tlement u few miles over tho border, mm guns, besides a quantity of and skirting along Kuna Crost with has been living In tho Yellowstone chine small arms, grenades and other war you lis frothing cascades on your left, In n wild state for several years. FOR FLETCHER'S will find yourself at lunch time at the Whether or not ho fraternized with materials. Tho prisoners taken belonged to head of the canyon facing lofty his cousins the wolves and the coyotes and Fiftieth and shelves of granite, far boyond which can not be known certainly. No doubt tho Two Hundred Sixty-fift- h Landwhcr units, the Six poaks. These, . I. II 1 .. Il,n. Hi'. n tlwt nvnnnan nf Itliciiiiintlc Pains Hclicveil. loom glacier-shroude- d , teenth Pioneers and the Uhlans. The , "I havo used Chamberlain's Llni- as you will see presently nre Mount young ana, ....,... , wennur ui'ur ami un, uun prisoners said they had had no food pains In tho chest and lame Lyoll, 13,01t0 feet, and Its Hanking prey. Probably ho lived alone, for two days as tho Amorican artil- mont for on tho smaller ness of the shoulders duo to rheumagiants, McCluro Mountain ngalnKt all ninimnl kind as they wore lery had prevented their rations from tism, and am pleased to say that it north, and Itodgcrs Peak on the ngalnut him. Tliero aro well authenbeing brought up to their position. has never failed to glvo' mo prompt JSOtltll ticated Instances of dogs thus return The captive Germans quickly devour Scrambling up tho granite shelf relief," writes Mrs. S. N. Finch, Uata-vl- a, ing to savago nature. It speaks well ed tho food given them by our men. m Pass, your horses N. Y. Honolulu for his tenacity nnd strength Hint, The enemy front lines had been carry you through a vast basin of alone of his kind in a country whore destroyed by shell lire, ami during tumbled granite encircled at Its ma- all kinds of wild animals llvo still THRICE-A-WEE- K Friday's attack tho Americans temjestic climax by a titanic rampart of their natural lives, ho survlvld. He porarily abandoned their own front THE glistening punks and liiin-dri- o may nine sharp EDITION OF THE havo been n dog of good pedi line, allowed tho Germans to enter It of bpearllke points, tho whole gree. to engage in NEW YORK WORLD and then forced them cloaked In enormous shrouds of snow. Anyway, the dog had beon seen at hand to hand lighting in tho open in IX 11)18. Presently Just how you do not Intervals for several years and was which tho American troops greatly your gaze Is know, so breathless ofliclnlly clashed among tho animals excelled. ahead- - the granlto spurs Incloso ou. which, alono of all Yellowstone's aniThis attack, which was tho longest Practically a Daily at the Price of And presently your horses scrambling mals, aro sought and killed because and largest scale operation conducted a Weekly. No other Newspaper In over Impossible walls and shelves, destructive of tho harmless animals against the American troops since tho tho world gives so much at bo low looms abov you a mighty glistening which mnke or this nntlonal park the entry of tho United States Into the a price. wnll which apparently forbids fur- best populuted wild animal preserve war, has developed ninny deeds of ther approach to Lyell'a Inner shrine. in tho world. A The value and need of a newspaper Individual bravery and heroism. Hut even this tho nglle horses surIs just in tho household was never greater young lieutenant, whoso home mount nnd you find yourself in tho An Investment In Liberty Uonds is outside of'Hoston, with three enlisted than at tho present time. We have very embrace, facing summit's nn investment Hint will savo lives and men attacked nineteen Germans' who been forced to enter tho great world blue and a lakelet of robln's-eg- g Insure American victory. had penetrated Into one of the Am- war, and a largo army of ours Is alThis Is tho Sierra's climax! ready In France. You will want to erican trenches. I.ukc TlioiiMiuil appkovks have all the news from our troops on "Kiiinerailc" They Shout. Passing south along the John Mulr jii:im:al chaiitkk battlefields, and 1918 Tho lieutenant called on tho Ger-mn- European boundary trail you cross tho Yosemlto to surrender. One of them promises to bo the most momentous nnd in a couplo of hours camp at Washington, April 15. Kcpcal of his pistol as if to shoot, but the year in tho history of our universe. Thousand Islands Lake In tho sadow tho Federal chnrter of tho National raised No other newspaper at so small a lieutenant shot him through tho head, of Hanner Penk. Your day's rido has Oermaii-Amerlca- n Alliance was ap- upon which tho others lifted their price will furnish such prompt and y been seventeen miles, and, at day's proved unanimously by tho world-shakin- g hands high In tho air and yelled accurate news of these close, you find yourself at a spot so Senate Judiciary Committee. "Kamerado." The lleuteuant marched events. It is not necessary to say extraordinary wild and noblo that Tho bill of Senator King, of Utah, prisoners Into tho rear of our lino more. you vote It worth tho trip a thousand for annulmont of tho organization's tho and then returned to tho front and WORLD'S THE THRICE-A-WEEtliijcs had thoro been no Lycll on tho charter was ordered favorably reportcommand of his platoon. waj For Hanner Peak, with its ed desplto tho recent vote of tho or- resumed tho Americans penetrated regular subscription prl'e is only $1.-0- 0 Flvo other per year, and this pays for 156 12,957 feet of altltudo nnd Its re- ganization voluntarily to dissolve Into a Gorman dugout, where twelve papers. We offer this unequalled personality, will I -- . markable beauty and of tho enemy were slightly wounded. newspaper and The Hartford Repubremain a vivid memory to your dying ARTISTS FAMOUS AS WRITERS Thov resisted surrender, but our men lican together for ono year for $1.65. day. threw grenades Into tho dugout, killJ.cavlng Thousnnd Island Lake tho THE REGULAR SUBSCRIPTION as you Several of the Most Noted Novelists ing four of tho Germans. Tho others next morning you may return Deserted the Brush for Lit- quickly gavo thenselves up. PRICE OF THE TWO PAPERS IS days; three nights cam0 . four ... erary Work. .,., u,..,rn tlin . . A small party of bandsmen volun- I 2.0b. Or, iar iiuuur, u juu duty In I tored for streatchor-benrln- g .... ...Ill Itiiirni nn linnr or two I Several artists or note nnve dccu j, tho flrtt line nnd worked until they in front of Hanner beforo starting, known to desert the brush ror tne pen, wero nearly exhausted. Tho chief an hour or two In I.yoll's nnd when they have died they have nnd again, camp nt left their mnrk behind them as lit- surgeon ordered them to return for Inner shrlnojyou then may an exchange. Wil- a rest, but they hid until the surgeon tho head of Lyoll Canyon, spend tho erary men, observes this, no wrote disappeared and then resumed their liam do Morgan' did next night at Tenaya Lako for tho duties. the longest set of novels slnco Dick-en- s flrst-al- d Biinset and tho early morning, and 4 nnd Thackeray "coased firing," alJog lolsurely back to tho valloy flvo though ho wns an old man when he Some Good Athlce. f"-jwAmt y1 Kj'ff j Tn"nftf-)- i days; four nights. took to (he pen. George du Mnurler "Dsm't think too much of your own Thus will you taste, In addition to was nn artist who turned author after methods. Watch other people's ways tho btlrrlng beauty of tho incom- making a Europenn fnmo with the pen- and learn from them," This is good ."T suddenparable vnlley, tho glory of tho High cil as u satirist of society. He"Trilby," dvlco, especially when bilious or con ly sturtled the world with expression. Sierra in Its nobolest many peoplo nnd set two continents comparing feet. stipated. You will find g seemed his true who uso Chnmborlaln's Tablets for With him forte, hut ho had started too late. lie theso ailments with the best results, only enjoyed his new fame a few years. and will do well to follow their ex FLETCHER'S FOR For the Treatment of Even Thackeray tried art before ha ample, m Tuberculosis truo vocation, and ho Illusfound his Maintained by tlie Loulj-Wll- e own books even Astrated several of his INDEMNITY WILL TKI)1V" (JKTH HULLKT J then. A very piquant story tells oi HUGH sociation for the adequate . HE ASKED I1Y GERMANS ..-.THAT VOUNIHI SOX TiiacKerny cniiing on vimina treatment of tuberculosis In all its ctspes at leu than nit. j to see If ho could get the commission Kates S12.50 per week, Includmm-m- . Stockholm, April 13. Further deOvstor Hay, N. Y April 14 Col. in llliiHtrntA one or Ills earner ing board, medical attention, y Ho had not wrltteu "Vanity Fair" fections among orstwhllo supporters received laundry, etc. High ground Thcodoro Hoosovolt flinn I of tho Gorman relchstag resolution of commanding extensive view. tho Gorman bullet which wounded, very distinguished arllst-nutho- r A Delightful surroundings. reported Tho but failed to kill his son, Cupt. wits Dnnto Gabriel ltosseiu, who u July 19 continue to bo Scml for Descriptive BookUt latest Is that of u clerical member, Hoosovolt, during n recont supremo In both arts. 'rclilo" UR. O. O. MILLER llorr Emmlngor, who, addressing a engagement In No Mana Lund in hviilclftit In Clint fa , CTATION LOUISV1LI C. KY. 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The condition bo tho road question. 1 am Secretary McAdoo boosts that he Is reeling flno, nnd can cat of uur roads deplorable, and there Now I'd everything In sight, nnd thoy suro do IMXTFOKD PRINTING COMPANY Is absolutely no system for Improving wcarlu' patched breeches. Incorporated them. Wo nro not an engineer, but bo right In tho class with Mc. if lint feed us hero. Wo get everything wo W. S. TINSLEY, wo venturo this suggestion to the Nail wnsn't behind with his work. want; such as It Is. Wo havo navy SMITH, . H, s. I was uneasy about Fluko Friday beans for breakfast sometimes, nnd President Fiscal court. Germany Is teaching Ho had taker liberties that's not bad, you know, for I like th world nn Important lesson in the mornin. Editor clirctlveness of a united effort under with a gentleman, In that Stray boana nnyhow. gHX HENRY THOMAS Streak stuff, and tho said gentleman Toll everybody you sco to do everyST. S. TINSLEY, Associate Editor n unity of direction. As tho road question 13 handled at had threatened to shoot him on tho thing thpy can for tho Red Cross, or and Business Manager. i present wo havo eight heads? working spot. When 1 saw tho Irate gentle- buy n Liberty Bond. Bo suro to man call Fluko Into his ofllco I jii't write mo often, nnd don't forget tho Entered nrconlliii; to law nt the FoMolflrr under separate systems, with IndeSuch methods said 'good by old Fluke, you'ro as candy, a enko of toilet soap nnd tho HAftloril. Ky., n mnll mnttor ot the necond pendent direction. aro impossible of tho best result. The good as shot,' but I felt much re- clgarctts. . CisJCV f Imperative need of tho road ropalr lieved a half hour Inter when Fluko With love to nil, ' a MB Illustrating Priced nlwnjs Addreis all communications to system is a single clllclcnt, capable camo out of that olllco only just R. F. HAYNES. fe Hartford Republican. authorltlvo head a road Engineer, nliout half shot. Iilo so, one of tin: new nnd i'U'r- Arthur Klrk has cashed In his for- FARMER HOVS MUST who can Introduce and maintain a WrI worth scientific systom of rond building nnd ty year endowment Insurance policy, where' 'nt Just FARM OR .URN COLORS NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS ; It would bo no less ab and Is spending every cent of It nt piqwriMittn n new repairing. nbcrlbfT delrltiB the Models two dollars ddr?r munt r1t the old mldriwa In lunklng the surd to appoint eight generals with tho Tea Parlor, where all them protAny registrants who received a deTiqnoat. equal authority to command an army ty girls Is, ferred classification nt tho hands of nsilntM Local nnd Notlir 10c per line nnd He thHii it is to havo eight road com t I see contain signs of spring now. tho district board nt Madlsonvlllo beer line for each nridltlonnl Inarrtlnn. missioners in Ohio county. Tho Ohio The small boys arc playing "keep1." cause of an agricultural claim must llwolutlcin nnd Cnrd ol Thiinlar flhttanrlcK, V county Fiscal court Is composed of Uncle John Riley has donned his continue In tho same occupation. The line, money In nilrnnre. Church Notice tor ktvIcc tree, but other eight honest nnd capable magistrates. straw hat, Bob Walker has the sun district board instructs oil tho local drtrtln-tnuit- . 5c per line. comraunlentlons will receive no It Is not tho men, but tho system grins and Tlnsley has tho fishing boards to dnvlse them of any changes Aconjmoo ttentlon that Is at fault. A capable road en- fever. of occupation of registrants In the deThe ever-growiSome pepole nre entirely too sus- ferred classes. gineer would save tho amount of his popularity of Welworth salary a score of times over, pro- picious of their neighbors. I heard 3EL2PII01TEO. Tho order received from the dis Blouses is due to their superior excellence and to the -123 vided he know his business and was a feller say tho other day that he trict board reads: Ciam.1rla.& CO 791x1x10x0' SXiAtual willing to do It. An Incompetent en- knowed Ranse Martin was fi.xin' to ability of the manufacturer to continue to offer them "Inplnclng registrants in deferred gineer would not better, if It did not buy tip all the resldonco property In classes on account of industrial or in the same high standard of workmanship and mapresent arrangement worse, his neighborhood, because ho had agricultural grounds, tho District PHILJO make tho FRIDAY county should employ a com- bought Wade a cornet to practice board has done so with but tho terial at no advance in price. the view of petent road engineer if it has to go with. these men continuing in tho same oc My notion of n feller with n job cupation. Hum less gasoline nnd buy more to Kalamazoo to get him. There is If nny registrant within Foresight in material purchases many of which Liberty Bonds. no other way to handle the road and nothin' to do, Is playin marshal your Jurisdiction to whom a deferred In the town of Hartford. question. classification has been given changes were bought several months ago at prices which repThe Attorney General of New York If The Republican don't say every his occupation, you will please report is seeking to disfranchise the women resent very substantial savings combined with tho week that "Claude Hlankenshlp was same to this board nt once. PROGRESS OF THE AVAR. by ruling they must state their ages in Beaver Dam Sunday" it ain't be"W.M. H. YOST, Chairman. unique and economy-effectin- g method under which before they can vote. Tho hateful, cause Claude didn't go. "District Exemption Board, Madison-villThe greatest battle in tho world's thing! mean old Lon Stenvens snys tho fruit outthey are made and sold accounts for this fortunate Kentucky." history, that began March 21, is still look is not as bad as reported. He Liberty Donds nre tho safest se- in progress, but the issuo is deter- says we . condition. will have nt least a full crop MILLINERY. curities you can Invc t your surplus mined. Tho terrific sacrifice of men of May apples. money In. Every penny's worth of that Germany made was in an effort Tinsley nnd Thomas aro haggling You will have to see these exceptional Blouses property in the United States is the to break the allies' line, not to take over a bargain. Tinsley wants to got "Save your money to buy the bonds a few acres ot desert land, and the to lick the Kaiser" by halng your tecurity back of them. to realize how much your money will buy; they off for a week's fishing trip, 'and is great object has failed, and failed offering Thomas a pint to keep thejli,st sason'a hat reblockcd and trim Is iu actual danger of miserably. represent the latest and smartest styles and are unThe world The German army has mcu In new, stylo. Also, olllco going, but Thomas is insistBuffering for food. Everyono can r.t spent its force and tho allies lines new shapes received every week. equalled in value and service giving qualities. least plant a garden, and add in a hold. The German loss in men has ing on a quart. MRS. S. C. SMITH. Some real pretty girls at the Dasmall way to the food supply. Every been terrific, and it is a loss that canWith Hug Clothing Co., Hartford. nook and corner should be planted not bo replaced. Already the great mon and Pythias show Tuesday night . WELWORTH BLOUSES ARE SOLD HERE ONLY asked me, "Don't you sometimes to some food vegetable. Line battle has broken up, and now ATTENTION PLEASE. write pieces for the papers, and I it is a battle of sectors. said 'yes mams.'' Then they said "We noticed in various parts of the While the fearful impact of the I have been summoned to appear country the peoplo are wasting some Huns was forcing the allies to or- 'Now you see. cause it costs a quarter nny camp for service, within to get in this show thero alnt nary!at a perfectly good tar and same soft derly retirement apprehension slezcd boy hero with his girl, and we had' fifteen days. Will have but a limit-t- o downy feathers on German sympa- upon tho minds of men everywhere pay our own way. Write 'cm up " Cl time in which to adjust my busi-- I thizers. Now this is as it ought not to lest the line should be broken, but guess they will call this wrltln' 'em "cs before leaving. Those indolit- be. Switches aro more appropriate the German force is spent and the ed to mo will please call on me nt up. and less wasteful. lino still holds. But was there rea KY. P. S. The stingy cusses, they once and adjust a settlement of their You can, perhaps, settle accounts. "Ranting Roosevelt." A headline son for serious apprehension? The oughter be ashamed of thelrsolves. with 'me on better terms than with in Owensboro Messenger. May we allies met the same terrific storm at quietly whisper to the partisan Mes- the Marne, and won. They met it the agent with whom I shall bo comELI), WRIGHT ILL. pelled to leave my accounts. senger that if Roosevelt's ranting had eighteen months later again at VerReport of the Condition of Tho Report of tho Condition of The WILLARD LAKE, been heeded In time The Allies would dun, and won. They met the same Elder W. B. Wright, of Seebra. and BEAVER DAM DEPOSIT BANK OF HARTFORD Simmons, Ky. now have had an army that could dreaded spectre in tho 111 who Is seriously of stomach check tho victorious Hunnish drive overcame it. The result of this war trouble, was taken to Evansville MonDoing business ut tho town of Hnrt- BANK that is just now giving the American is not in doubt; the allies will win. day for an examination by a specialford. County of Ohio. State of ROILED DOWN. Doing business nt the town of BeavThey will win through superior re people such grave concern. Kentucky, nt tho closo of ist. The examination disclosed there er Dam, County of Ohio. State sources, and the sheer necessity for business on 1 1th day ot Tho German-America- n Alliance, was an obstruction to tho entrance of Kentucky, at tho close Grayson county will vote on tho 20 winning. They will win because April, 1918. to his stomach. ot business on 11th day Final report had thnt has como in for so much criticent road tax April 30. When shall they must win. and not been made on the hopes for re- cism recently, has disbanded April, 191S. The Hun failed at the Marne, he the vote be taken in Ohio county? covery, at the time of our informa- given the money In its treasury, $30,-00RESOURCES. Grayson is a poorer county than Ohio, failed at Verdun, he failed with the to the American Red Cross. Loans and Discounts. . .$189,476.41 tion. Eld. Wright was formerly pas RESOURCES. he has failed in his great ofbut it has already a much better road Loans and Discounts. .. S3S5.S32.S4 Overdrafts, secured and , system. Road building Is an invest- fensive on the western front, and tor of the Christian church here, Frank Compton, a young farmer Overdrafts, secured and unsecured 1,092.61 spent his last great force. The allies and is the father of Mrs. C. E. Smith, ment. Money judiciously spent in living near Cadiz, shot and killed who is at his bedside. 1IJ3.21 Stocks, Bonds and other unsecured road building will yield a hundred may have to wait weary months, and his wife and then killed himself. Stocks, Bonds and other . Securities 21,230.00 may be years for victory, but this batper cent on the investment. He was in tho draft and expected to NOTICE TO FARMERS. 123,210.18 S3, 793. 00 Duo from Banks Securities tle has determined the issue of the bo soon called for servlmce. 32,607.13 Duo from Banks 107, 685. S3 Cash on hand If not true the newspapers are war. No more tobacco will be received Cash on hand taking a dangerous risk of inflaming 31,120.06 Checks and other cash United States senator Broussard, of Banking House, Furniat the A. C. A. warehouse until Items 2,386.39 the American peoplo to wholesale acts MUHLENBERG MINKS thero comes a general season. The Louisiana, died Friday ture and Fxtures. .. . 1,300.00 3anklng House.Furnlture of violence by repeatedly publishing GIVE COAL FOR AVAR receiver and grader havo gone to and Fxtures 4,500.00 accounts of depredations by. German The Executive Council of the their homes and will not return until spies, and if these reports are true Total $609,S85.54 Greenville, Ky., April 13. Muh a general season, when- - all the to- National American Hotel Asslciation, Total $374,602.72 LIABILITIES. the Kovernment is takinc tho samo Ielberg mine operators and miners bacco can be brought in and the in bession at Chicago, forecast tho Capital Stock paid in, in LIABILITIES desperate risk in not making whole- abolition of whiskies, brandies and Capital Stock paid in, in $ 25,000.00 cash sale executions of the spies. Viewed aro doing their bit for their country, season's business closed up. jlns, and tho sale of beers and light Surplus Fund S. L. KING, Manoger. cash $ 40.000.00 33,000.00 from either angle It lo.qks to us like Virtually every mine in the county wines with meals, as a final solution JndivideU Profits, less exSurplus Fund 20,000.00 something was going to happen, and has promised a donation of a day's ot the liquor question. A LETTER TO MOTHEK. run of coal for tho Red Cross and penses and taxes paid. happen very soon. 6,317.63 Jndivlded Profits, less exarmy Y. M.C.A.funds. On yesterpenses and taxes paid. Deposits subject 2,478.53 Saturday, April 20, tho ban on the to check.... 1306,509.41 Mrs. Emma Haynes, of Beaver Deposits subject To you boys "over there": Wo are day the W. G. Duncan Coal company, going to try to get a few copies ot the operating tho Graham and Luzerine Dam, was good enough to send us salo ot hens will be lifted, and "old Time Depos to chock.... $191,352.90 Republican to you boys ln the mines, began their runs for the pa for publication a letter from her son, speck's" head will go on tho block. its 189,058.50 545,567.91 Time Deposits trenches, and if you receive this copy, triotic purpose. Tr" Graham run Robert, who is now stationed at New 118,620.91 309,973.81 The Kentucky Educational Assoy Port, R. I. It was written April 12, tell the other boys from homo that amounted to $8,000. the Total $609,885.54 Duo Banks and Trust ciation will meet In Louisvlllo April 1918. mines' output amounted to Companies America is awakened to its duty, and 1,958.38 tons. The plan adopted by the Dear Mother, Father and Sister. Unpaid Dividends is standing behind them with a will. 92. 00 State of Kentucky,) Tell them thero aro no slackers over mine operators and miners is for the I received your letter That )Sct. United States Senator William J. here; that tho hearts pnd the for- operators to give the coal mined and is the first I have heard from you. I Total County of Ohio. ) $374,502.72 tunes of tho hundred, million citizens the miners contribute their labor for thought I was not going to get a let-t- Stone, of Missouri, chairman of the We, I. P. .Barnard, and John II. Foreign Relations committee, and one Barnes, at all. of this Imperial Republic are dedi one day. Much Interest Ls manifestPresident and Cashier ot the State of Kentucky,) You said it was cold there. What!0' tho most prominent leaders in tho above named cated to their support, and to hold tho ed in tho practical plan adopted of )Sct. Bank, do solemnly fort, for we are coming with food and raising substantial funds for war re- do you think it ls hero? We have to Democrat party, ls dead of paralysis. swear that tho above statement Is County of Ohio, ) guns and men; coming in the con- lief both in tho county and In other drill In our "P" (overcoats) coats all Wo, J. W. Ford, and C. O. Hun-to- r, truo to tho best of our knowledge and Attorney General 'Gregory has belief. sciousness of right and with terror coal mining communities where tho tho time. It has been sleeting for President nnd Cashier of tho two days, but we drill Just tho samo, nuthorltively announced that many same plan would bo feasible. of power. above named Bank, do solemnly I. P. BARNARD, President Wo go through the manuel of arms reports of German spies poisoning swear that tho above statement is JNO. H. BARNES, Cashier. Our boys, our Ohio county boys, in the shacks, that is our barracks. stock, putting ground glass in food Subscribed and sworn to before true to tho best of our knowlodgo and JUNIOR RED CROSS NEWS. aro on the battle lines in Franco. We do not havo such a hard time but and many other wild stories going me, this 17th day of April, 191S. belief. They are facing a very hell of death. wo can hardly buy anything. I would tho rounds of tho newspapers aro J. W. FORD. President. Correct Attest: Checks amounting to $127 havo bo so glad If you would Think of them as hungry when you send me some without foundation In fact. C O. HUNTER, Cashier. JNO. H. BARNES, been received for Sunday eggs, with cignrotts-Camolhave plenty and to sparo; think of I would bo glad Subscribed and sworn to before G. II. BARNES, them being sacrificed to a murder- several merchants yet to hear from. to get any kind, and for goodness' A call for selective draft service mo thai 18th day of April, 1918. C. P. AUSTIN, Fifteen colored families, of Haytl, sake send mo a five pound box 'of has been issued that will include ous German flro because thoy lack Correct Attest: Directors. ammunition for their guns; think of esponded to the call for eggs Sunday. home-mad- o men from Kentucky to bo called candy. Ida knows .how ROWAN HOLBROOK, My Commission -- Expires January Worn house linen, tabel cloths, to mako thorn with bruised nnd bleeding feet to Camp Taylor between May 1, and 22, 1922. R. E. LEE SIMMERMAN, it. through the want of shoes; think of towels, sheets and pillow cases doMama, we have lots of fun. They May 10. MARSHALL BARNES, Directors them as falling In death because nated to tho Juniors will be made in- bad a bunch ot us pulling a roller, My Commission Expires March 1 Notary Public. to napkins and tray cases to bo used You there were not ships to bring over Charles M. Schwab, the steel king 1922. know the kind they roll the roads reenforceraents. All theso things aro in Base Hospitals. The need for theso with. Alfred was with us, and he and the man whoso genius has been FARM FOR SALE. MARGARET M. MARKS, posslblo unless the people back home is urgent. A farm of 157 acres said it old Dick, bis horse, had to pull rewarded by tho highest salary ever for sale. Notary Public. furnibh the money to pay for such . llko that ho suro was sorry for him. paid to tho head ot an American in- Heavily timbered, and coal laid. THIRTY-NIN- E measures of relief. When you can, .MEN CALLED. BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCKS He said ho wished he was back homo, dustrial business, has been put in Located two miles south ot Taylor not by a sacrifice, but by a perfoctly L. D. FULKERSON, but I don't think they can hurt mo. charge of the nation's shipbuilding Mines. safe investment insure the comfort Tho local exemption board receiv Tho first day wo were here it was Industry. 39t4p Bred to lay and weigh. Selocted Echols, Ky. and contribute to tho success of tho ed a telegram yosterday to send 31 awful. We had to go through with a eggs, $1.00 per 15, straight. Rate young men who aro facing death for whito and S colored men to Camp shower bath with water as cold as Ice. FOR SALE. Tho stato of Indiana passed under on Incubator eggs on application you, what excuse can you offer to Taylor, April 29. Tho board will Gee! I thought they wero going to kill tho rule of Its bono dry law, April 3, Ono bedstead, springs, mattress Can 1111 from 2 to 4 ordors per day. your consclenco for not buying a lib- mako out tho list and mall notices mo. Then thoy vaccinated us but and Texas .will bo a desert country and dressor. MRS. OLLIE BARN- JOHN A. WILSON. V"1VP fin, fs.,.,1 IT., erty bond. A to registrants 38tf.41-t- f Wl IHillUlU mine didn't take We got our clothes after Juno 27. Hnrtf.,,,1 ir.. . " "J. After tho war tho next greatest Interest of Ohio county peoplo should ItHADH ODDLY STRUNG. that afternoon nt 4 o'clock. It wns funny afterwards, and wo all hnd to Published Weekly by A Doubly Interesting Announcement Advance in Price New Welworth Blouses Are Here No Sec.-Trca- el, psssasi - k0, B am ng e, to Carson (L Co. HARTFORD, 0, ......... To-da- Lu-zori- ne 1,-3- 24-2- 7. to-da- y. or 1,-3- 26 ft to-da- o.' A . V I s. paper Wo nro now sclllnk bags for sacking country hams. W. E. ELLIS & BIIO. 48-lb- Mr. Hiram Taylor, of near was among our visitors STRAWBERRY PICKERS WANTED. MENS WEAR! In our 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 Misses Lottie and MaUlo Kuykcn-dol- l, Bolted men! and straight meal, of near Contertown, wcro guests made from tho very best corn. of tho family of Mr. John Bell Sun- 1114 W. K. ELLIS & BRO. day. Parents of soldiers will confer a Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Hnyncs, of favor on this olflco by furnishing us Heaver Dam Houto 1, woro pleasant letters for publication; also any other callers at this ofllco Saturday nftcr- - nows from tho soldier boys in the camps or In France. T We will pay TEN CENTS per gallon for pick- - I ing Strawberries this season. Board can be obtain- I ed for 12c per mealand lodging free with the grow- - ? T)il-ncvrttic.4 $ i mi. ding, and arrange with the Manager before you come so arrangements can be made to care for you. The picking season begins about' May 15th. Write the Manager for any information you may want. fM itimi jviv-rii juu mnV xji. k. liv-flti- o ! Jiiuob Vir U11U LilUJI UVYIl UUU" a.. 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. olllco yet. Supcrlntcndent Howard advises TOMATO PLANTS Earllana, tho mony for tho sixth month's pay Pondorosn, etc., 10c per doz., 2Gc per for the touchers has not reached his 3 doz. nnd COc per 100. By mall, Dc per package extra. E. M. MORTON, Contertown, Ky. 40tf If you want pay cash. This less of rating. to get tickets ice. ico buy ico books or applies to all regardWill Instruct driver or cash or not leave n. u. ukahaivi, manager, $ Bowling Green, Ky. w. Mr. Luther Uock, a wcllknown farmer of thu Concord neighborhood, 3W9(M$SS9MSS$S$99&BM' 1 died Sunday morning of abscess of the brain. New Shoes and Slippers. Come in Patent. Leather, Vici Kid, Gun Metal, and Chocolate. All the latest last, including the popular English model. County clerk Blankenshlp has re ceived tho llconso forms and tags required by those using seines and nets In fishing. 42t4 I.lttlo ELLIS ICE CO., Hartford, Ky. Ladies Coact 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. daughter Graham, Miss Christine of Mr. and Mrs. Alllo Gra- - New Shirts. A large assortment in Whites, Fancy Stripes, Fancy and Plain Silk Shirts. You supply your needs with us from 75c to ?3.00. v liiun, of Goshen, is visiting relatives gum. 2b miles from switch and 4 miles from Green River. Reason for sale, too largo to bandlo on small Mrs. S. J. Hawkins, of Dennetts, mill. L D. FULKERSON, iwns In Louisville" the first of the week, 30t4p Echols, Ky. visiting her son who is a soldier at Camp Taylor. Recognizing with sober indiffcr-enc- o FOR SALE 250 largo trees; whitooak, black oak, poplar and red at Narrows, New Ties and Sox. Not completely dressed until you get a new Tie Hose. Our line is varied, and consists of the and 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. MM nnd quiet resignation that most of tho young men of marriagablo age havo been or will bo sent to France. Miss Beatrice Haynes, ono of Hart ford's most lovable young women, has purchased a car with which to speed Mr. William V. Taylor and Miss away tho time. Bertha Hoskins wero married at tho court house Saturday afternoon; Ilev. Mr. Jesse Coppago, of Chicago, 111., Litchfield officiating. was called to his home, at Dundee, to bo at Hartford, Ky., to be examinLieut, Clarence DoWecsc, who U ed for war and was accompanied to I In firm nttitr ttiniltf-n- t .u 111 Uiu Hi III j llli.llli.lll trtrtiaj ! , Z?iit Hartford by his sister, Miss Ethel DoTlgc, Iown, has been promoted to Coppagc. She will visit her aunt, tho rank of Captain. Mrs. R. R. Wedding. Aubrey Ncwcomb, of the Wash- Inrion neighborhood, left Monday for Oilman, 111., where ho goes to engage In farm work. Mrs. Pete Murphy died of tuberThe Fordsvillo plaining Milt comculosis at her homo near Reynolds. pany resumes its campaign .vli Her remains were buried In the cemin this issuo of the Republl .'.n. etery of Highland church. ,The enterprise and success of a busi ness may usually be accurately judgMr. Otis Cook, a young merchant ed by its volumes of advertising, and of Dundee, and Miss Agnes Wilson, tho ads of this company aro appearof Barretts Ferry, wcro married In ing in the newspapers of Ohio and Rockport, Indiana, Monday. adjoining counties. Suits Huh Clothing Co, HEBBBIlMi I ,The Hartford Republican .APKIIi in FIUD.W,. ; 8:40 p.m. Irvlngton la, 6:36 p.m. Lt. Irvlngtoa . 6:66 p.m. Ar. Louisville . 7:40 p.m. 8:86 a.m. , 111 Lr. LouIitIIIo . r. IrTlngtoa 10:01 a. m. Lt. Irrlngton ,.10:40 a.m. . 1:04 p. m. Ar. Ellmltch R. R. TIMB TABIJB. L, H. A E. fonth Bound, No. 116 06 a. m. Due at Hartford.,. forth Bound, No. 114 6.46 p. m. Due at Hartford (Both "Mlied" Tralm.) 6n H. & ST. h. R. R. TIME TABLE. o. 113 due at Ellmltch 8:31 p.m. o. 110 due at Ellmltch 7:30 a.m. Is. US Lt. Ellmltch Ax. L .,.-..- -9: ; Personal News and Social Events, , f MMMMM Ilr. Berry Taylor's little girl has scarlet fever. Mr. Stanley Phillips, of Narrows, was In town Wednesday. ' For Sale Tomato Plants. Mall ECK RIAL. orders solicited. Mr. Albort Long and family, of llorton, havo movod to Owensboro. Owen Hunter, cashier of tlio Bank of Hartford, was in Owensboro Tuesday. Look for Ellis Ico Co.'b ads. In this Issuo and govern yourselves accordingly. Mr. II. B. Bishop, of Hartford Iloute 4, called on us whllJ in town Damon Tinslcy, who vhad been Mrs. Joe Robertson was painfully spending a few days visiting his injured in an unusual accident Tuesfather, O. R. Tlnsley, and family, re- day. She was leading a cow by a turned to Oilman, HI., Monday. rope', to water and when '.he animal, in Its eagerness to get to the water, Mrs. R. D. Nelson and son, Joseph ran nway from her, her foot gut Attorney Ernest Woodword, of Edward, of Bandana, Ky., are visit- caught, Jn a loop of the rope, throwLouisville, was here Saturday. ing Mr. and Mrs. John A. Duke,. and ing her against a sled and severely bruising her head and face. Mr. D. II. Ilartlett, of Bartlott pre- other relatives in and near town. cinct, was in to see us Monday. County attorney A. D. Kirk is out Fordsville Plaining Mill Company, Eyans-vill- e Fordsvllle, Ky., have a largo assortGet that HIuo Bird Plow you prom- of town. Mr. Kirk will visit and other points we arc not at ment of beautiful floral designs of ised yourself, from W. E. ELLIS & DUO, 41t4 liberty to mention, while he is away. largo rugs. Come and see their line, and If you purchase as much as $25.-0- 0 Private Blaln Richards, a Haynes-vill- o in any of their lines, they will pay The Hartford Republican and Cinboy in the Hawsville company at your railroad fare. They offer this cinnati Weekly Enquirer both one Camp Taylor, died of pneumonia, and special Inducement for a short time year for $140. his body was brought home for only. burial.. acMr. James Field, an expert Mr. B. A. Whlttinghill, died after a countant, of Owensboro, was In town e, Esquire Q. B. Brown, of Simmons, lingering illness, at his home at the first of the week. Sunday and was burled at confined to his room for the has been Mr. WhltIco ticket books are worthless un- past three weeks, with rheumatism, Lewlsport Wednesday. less endorsed on back by W. E. Ellis. and has been unable to attend to his tinghill was about sixty years old at official duties. the time of his death. He was a 41.14 ELLIS ICE CO. member of the wellknown WhlttingMr. John C Riley entertained hill family of the northern part of the Mr. James Bennett returned Sunday night from a business trip, to those of us fortunate enough to eat county, nnd was an excellent citizen. at his table to an old fashioned coun Indianapolis, Indiana. try ham supper Monday night. Well, After making patient and repeated efforts, Tuesday morning to unEight car loads of cattlo bate been yes, we enjoyed lt. derstand County Attorney Kirk, who shipped from the local depot within Ponda Rosa and was trying to call from his office, tho Tomato Float past three weeks. the Straight hot operatoV at the Cumberland exchange "Maule's Enormous. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Simmerir.an and bed plants 10c per dozen. Trans- summoned the company's trouble man, and sent hint to Investigate, daughter, Miss Winnie, spent the duy planted plants ISc 'per dosen. 11. E. MISCHKE. 41t3 and much to the amusement of the Owensboro Tuesday. in roublo fixer he found tho trouble was Do not say to delivery boy "let me that Mr. Kirk was trying to talk Dr. D. H. Godsey and Mr. A. It. Henfrow, of Narrows, were in Louis-vill- o have ice and I will pay you in the with a cigar in his mouth. morning." Pay blm now and he tho first of the week. --i will leave you ico. Havo plenty of ico at plant. Will ELLIS ICE CO. Capt. John G. Keown, who travels 42t4 not deliver until weather gets warm for tho J. I. Case company.spent Sunenough to Justify running wagon. Will some of our readers please Price the season, 80c por cwt. Less day with his family here. give us "the address of Sgt. T. W. than 25. lbs. will bo a cent a pound. If you have something to sell or Williamson, a former Ohio county By the block, COc per cwt. Will sell want to buy something try a want ad boy, now in the army? He is in Cok strictly for cash, so please keep ticket A, 7th Inft., but we do not have his books or cash on hand it you expect in Tho Hartford Republican. camp address. to tako ice. May purchase Ice books Mr. H. P. Taylor returned Tuesat plant, from delivery boy or from Black nnd Barrass shipped out a W. E. Ellis &. Bros.' placo of business. day night from a business trip to car of cattle from the local depot Sat Bowling Green and Loulsvlllo. ELLIS ICE CO., urday. The lot was made up of three 42t4 Hartford, Ky. Mr. Guy Muffett, of Narrows, will and four year old steers, and was the ma move to Boavor Dam, where he will best finished load of cattlo we ever saw shipped out of Hartford. THE STAR THEATRE be employed with Barnes' garage. Glen-dcan- We have recently purchased a large assortment of beautiful floral designs of large Rugs, 9x12 feet. Prices ranging from $12.50 to $40.00 each. We feel confident that we can please you in quality, design and price. We have a nice assortment of Metal Beds, ranging from medium prices up to $20.00 each, Kitchen Cabinets, Dining Tables, and Cook Stoves. Come to see our line, and if you purchase as much as $25.00 in any of eur lines, we will pay your !SVS!9SS RUGS! Fordsville Planing Mill Co., (Incorporated) HARTFORD, KY. t railroad fare. We offer this special inducement for a short time only. (Send cash with order) . Jake Wilson, Manager. Fordsville, Kentucky. SIMON MUST WIG WAG. ; KEXTUCKIAX WIUES FROM FLORIDA Simon Smith, the Fordsvilllan, whom the educated horse, "Centaur, has made famous in a score of states, was here before the local exemption board yesterday and passed; passed as slick as an eel. Simon would pass anywhere; in fact he has formed the habit of passing, and we sincerely hope if he gets to France he will pass unscathed through the war, and- return to amuse the natives with Centaur and the dog for many years to - Lakeland, Fla., Apr. 9, 1918. Editor Hartford Republican. Thinking that a few lines from the Sunny South, though awkwardly ex pressed, might be of some interest to you and your readers, I venture a few lines for your valuable paper. Lakeland is a pretty little city of about 8,000 inhabitants. A great many tourists spend the winter here, but most of them are gone home now, or have gone to other points. I had the privilege of hearing some fine lectures here this winter, among them were lectures delivered by Patterson, the Hanley, Hon. Washington Gardner and sev eral others on different subjects. Mv daughter and I went to Tampa one day last week and had a delight ful trip. We met Mr. Steve Stevens there. Mr. Stevens was born and reared in Ohio county. He Is conducting a rooming house In Tampa. Ho was very kind to us in showing us over tho city. Wo visited the City Hall. It is a fine building, eight stories high, and from the top of which we had a lino view of the lty, tho stone ship yards and tho beauti ful bay. We had dinner at tho Y. M. ex-Go- v. CQine. ex-Go- v. LOST. Lost on Hartford and Llvermoro-roaone Hood from a Reo car. Return to M. D. KING, Hartford, Ky. MEN WITH TEAMS WANTED. A number of men with teams wanted to work on the Hartford and Owensboro road, near Alexander school house. Will pay $4.00 per day. See G. O. HARDING, or call Hartford, Ky. ' Mr. Charlie Collins, son of Mr. and Mrs. It. E. Haynes, who has been In Owensboro for hoiho time, came Mrs. Buck Collins, who has been en Tuesday. homo Monday, looking much im- gaged in business in Denver, Colo., for several years, was at home tho C. Her, rnado a business trip proved. Mr. J. first of the week. While here he ento Louisville Wednesday, returning Mr. and Wrs. R. L. Arms, of listed in the army service, and will go yesterday. Olaton, motored to Shrewsbory, Sun- to Camp Taylor within a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Blankenshlp day to visit Mr. Arms' mother who Is WANTED Threo hundred new made their regular Sunday trip to very 111. subscribers to The Hartford Repub Beaver Dam. Bring mo your Junk and get your lican. We are carrying a lot of dead wanting Ice coll W. E. feed, fertilizer, seeds und farming heads wo are going to cut off May Any ono 1, and want to replace them with' Ellis' resldenco, either phono, or the implements. D. L. D. SANDEFUIt, subscribers who will pay up occaIco plant over Homo phone. sionally, Beaver Dam, Ky, 42t3" ELLIS ICE CO. , 42U Friday, April 19th BILLIE BURKE in "THE MYSTEREveryono MISS TERRY." loves mysterious things. In this production everyone will get their fill In such measure that they will find lt the most dollghtful entertainment they have over attended. IOUS Saturday, April 20th ANN PENNINGTON. In "THE ANTICS OF ANN." In times such as these, Joy is infinitely bettor than grief; ono laugh worth moro to so ciety than a dozen sobs. MAKE THE HEN HELP. Bring us your Sunday eggs for the benefit of tho Red Cross. Highest cash prices paid at all times. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. C. A., and it was a splendid meal, 41t4 i with excellent service. We returned ESTltAY NOTICE. o Lakeland In tho evening, a distance of thirty two miles. Taken up as an estray by S. A. Well I see I shall have to find a stopping place soon or this letter will Ashby, on April 12, 19J8, one Jersoy be too long. Our plan is to leave steer, with crop and split in right hero 11 for Kisslmme. We shall ear, about two years old. Will weigh come home as soon as wo think it 500 pounds. I have not changed or altered the will bo warm enough to feel comfortafter a winter spent in the marks on same. Said steer was takable there en up on my premises. south. S. A. ASHBY. good wishes for the RepubllT With Subscribed and sworn to before can and tho defeat of the Kaiser. me by S. A. Ashby, this April 15th, I am very respectfully yours, G. W. ROWE, J. P. O. C. 1918. W. G. BENNETT. m Tho said steer appraised and valued . by E. C. Royal at $35. FOR SALE. Subscribed and sworn to by E. C. Four good work horses. Seo .X. Royal, this April 15, 1918. G. W. ROWE, J. P, O. C. E. CURT1SS, at once, Hartford, Ky. 42t4 - , V. ... CONVERTED BOND KEEPS OLD DATE It your circumstances won't permit ot you purchasing a $1,000 Hond, buy n $500 ono, or a $100 llond, or ono for only $G0. Don't compllcato our already complicated flnnnclnl problem by assuming a debt you can't pay CALL 49,843 MEN restriction against selling laying lions is romovcil, may result In food losses," says tho United Stntcs nylng. De- WILL YOU TAKE OUR y-- FOR MOBILIZATION partment ot Agriculture "Think twlco before selling n hen thnt Is still GERMINAL REMEDY A Holders In First And Second Loans May Change On That Basis. April 13. ConsidWashington, erables doubt still scoijis to exist In the public mind and also nniong tho bank- et CASTORlA For Infants and Children Selects To Be bent Forts, Will Train Regulars In Use For Over 30 Years Always beats the Signature -4-- &- Green food is becoming moro plentiful and tho demand for eggs 11 continues Universal marketing of fowls may react on prices as well as With cause spollago of dressed poultry." a t, SURSCR1HEHS NOTICE. lo wtokJ D.C.wS ?3.V; Rood Treatment for WEAK LUNGS or RRHSUMPTION A quick rrllel lor Dial lire, run down feline, coushs, palm In clirst. nlslil sweats, hemor thacrt, weal, tunes or roniumptlon. II II does C nal htn vnn II rAala vail nothlntf IELofamerican Int. abound, the PowhsUn tii i:tiskii military skiiyick Under provisions of tho sclectlvc-scrvic- o law making specified vocalican," &c. tions a ground for exemption or discharge apart from tho "necessary industrial" dolt with by the district 0 boards, G7.71G men were excused o o COURT DIRECTORY. from military duty. 0 44 new 4 '4 s and receive a ten-yeo Of tho men exempted 1,065 were 0 per cent bond. Federal or Stnto' officers; ministers, Holders of tho first and second is 3.97C; divinity students, .1,144; In can convert their present bonds Into tho military and naval service, 47,- 4 4 per cent bonds, but they can not C11 - CIRCUIT COURT. 4 '4 Per cent get In exchange ten-yeofficials County and municipal Judge R. W. Slack, Owensboro. Tho rules governing conver- numbering SS9 were discharged; bonds. Com'th. Attorney C. E. Smith, Hartsion stipulate that when bonds of ono customhouse clerks, 171; mnil emford. issue are converted into a subsequent ployees, 1,476; arsenal workmen, Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. issue of higher rate, the interest dates Federal employees designated Miustcr Commissioner Otto C. Marmaturity dates of tho original by tho President, 1,777; pilots, and tin, Hartford. Therefore bonds remain unchanged. mariners, 2.GGG. Trustco Jury Fund Cal P. Keown, holders of tho second 4s, who convert o-- c Hartford. into the 4 Us, will receive a bond of STATUE OF FKEDEItlCK 1st Monday in March 12 days exactly tho same maturity as their THE GIIEAT IS REMOVED Com'th. and Civil. present bonds, tho only difference 1st Monday in May 12 dny Civil. being that tho conversion bond will Washington, April 13 Tho bronze in July 12 days 1st Monday yield 4U per cent Interest. statute of Frederick the Great, which Com'th. and Civil. This same rule applied to the 34s, has ornamented tho western facade 3d Monday in September 12 days which were converted into the second of tho War College building on tho Civil. 4s, the conversion 4s, or first 4s, as banks of tho Potomac here, was reexpectFurther announcements are 12 days y they are called. These converted and packed ed to follow tho return of Secretary 4th Monday in November moved in sections Com'th. and Civil. maturity nrn fnr enfn Irnmilno retain the same interest and Dakcr from his visit to tho battle- Holders riftlplnlc fonroil flint tlin erntiitr dates as the original COUNTY COURT. fronts and conference with ofilclals of of these conversion 4s now have the might be defaced or destroyed. Italy. Great Britain, Franco nnd Meets first Monday in each month option of reconverting into the 4 Us, It was recalled to- - day that in the Troops now are moving to Europe Judge Mack Cook. but the interest and maturity dates heated days of tho civil war the at a rapid rate and this clearing of County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. remain the same as on tho name of Jefferson Davis, secretary of training camps will permit ot the still will Clerk W. C. Blankenshlp. original 3VjS- war in tho days preceding the con- calling of men much faster than was Sheriff S. A. Bratcher. mature in 1947, but the flict, and later President of tho contemplated before the German ofThe 3iAs Superintendent E. S. Howard. government has tho option of retir- Southern Confederacy, was erased fensive made it imperative to rush Jailer Worth Tichenor. 1932; the second 4s ma- from the arch of a bridge spanning men to ing them in the battlefronts. Assessor D. E. Ward. ture in 1947, the government having the Potomac. Many years afterward Although every state and tho DisSurveyor C. S. Moxley. retiring them In 1927. the name was replaced at the directhe option of trict of Columbia are called upon to Coroner Dr. A. B. Riley. The third series, 4 Us, mature In tion of Theodore Roosevelt, then furnish men under Gen. Crowder's bonds. 192S, being ten-yePresident FISCAL COURT. latest order, nearly half of tho 49.S43 Banks which handle the partial o men will come from seven states. IllMeets Tuesday after first Monday payments in connection with the sale inois will supply by far the largest (In January, April and October. of Liberty bonds by means of collatnumber, its quota being S.047. Penn- 1st District FOR FLETCHER'S Ed Shown, Hartford, seceral notes will be benefited by a sylvania is the next with 3,776, New Route 3. tion of the War Finance Corporation York third with 3.512, Michigan Und District Sam L. Stevens, Beave bill, which relieves them from the tax er Dam. fourth with 2,593, Missouri fifth with Uuylng a Liberty Bond now may of 2 cents per $100 on all such notes. Q. B. Brown, Simmons. 2,102. Wisconsin sixth with 2,135 i.lrtl District Section 301 of tho bill provides: save paying tribute to the Kaiser and Ohio seventh with 2,060. Nevada Ith District G. W. Rowe, Center-tow"That no stamp tax shall be required later has the lowest quota, 49 and Delaor imposed upon a promissory note ware tho next lowest with S7. Wyom- ."tli District W. C. Daugherty.Balze-town- . Call on The Hnrtfntil Republican becured by the pledge of bonds or obing with 92 is tho only other state 10 ligations of the United States issued for Kino Job Printing. (ith Dlstilct W. S. Dean, Dundee. furnish less than 100 men. after April 24, 1917, or secured by B. F. Rice, Fordsvlllo. Kentucky will send 1,326. 7th District PROPERTY the pledge of a promissory note which EXEMV-OWXE8th District B. C. Rhoades, HartMAY HE SOLD PRIVATELY itself is secured by tho pledge of such NICKELS WILL IIUY RONDS. ford, Route 5. bonds or obligations, provided that in HARTFORD. The Alien Property Custodian has cither case the par value of the bonds Tho lowly nickel, which hitherto Mayor J. E. Bean. or obligations bhall equal the amount been given power to sell, at private has not been given much consideraClerk J. A. Howard. salo without advertisement, enemy-owne- d tion In matters of large financial imof such note," Police Judge C. M. Crowe. livestock, feed or food stuffs, portance, is being called to the colors A good many bankers used promistf Marshal E. P. Casebler. sory notes during the first and second hides and other animal products, ag- In Llvington County, Mo., and enlistdeproducts, fertilizers, chem- ed for active service to do its share ricultural loan campaigns to secure the ROCKPORT. ferred payments, and where individ- ical drugs, essential oils lumber, cot- In tho Third Liberty Loan. Ch'm'n. Board James Wilson. ual subscriptions ran up into the ton, tobacco, furniture, books, glass The school children of that county Clerk Rushing Hunt. and china ware, wearing apparel, liavo formed the Livingston Nickel thousands in number the tax was Police Judge John T. Jackson. jewelery, precious stones, pictures, Club, for tho purchase of Liberty Will Langford. Marshal objects of art, Bonds and set aside April 9 as the ornaments, REAVER DAM. raw or finished textile materials, day upon which every school child in $100 Reward, $100 Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKenney. The readers ot this paper will be trunks, boxes, partially or completely the county will bring to school a nick Clerk R. W. King. pleased to learn that there la at least manufactured metals, fabrics, rubber el, or as many of them as he or she one dreaded disease that science has Pollco Judge J. W. Cooper. In all Its stages and and rubber products, and all kinds of can command, with which to buy been able to cure R. F. Stevens. Marshal that Is catarrh. Catarrh being greatly merchandise, in lots having a market Third Liberty Bonds. Influenced by constitutional conditions FORDSVILLE. requires constitutional treatment. Hall's value of not more than $10,000. Tho plan has tho full approval ot Catarrh Medicine Is taken Internally and Such bales may be held at places the school officials of Livingston Ch'm'n. Board W. R. Jones. acts thru the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the SjBtem thereby destroying and under conditions prescribed by County, and of tho Women's Liberty Clerk Olla Cobb. the foundation ot the disease, giving the Pollco Judge C. P. Kesslnger. Loan Committee of Missouri, which patient strength by building up the con- the Alien Property Custodian. stitution nnd assisting nature In doing Its Marshal Grant Pollard. has taken over tho salo of tho bonds work. The proprietors have so much faith In the curative powers of Hall's to tho school children of Missouri Catarrh Medicine that they offer One According to the Livingston County OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR. Hundred Dollars for any case that It falls to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Nickel Club idea, tho bonds thus pur County Hoard of Education. Address P. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. Ohio. Sold by all Druggist, "5c. chased will bo deposited with a local E. S. Howard, S. S. O. C. t A DAY trust company and the accumulated MEN AND ROYS FIRST! Div. No. 1 J. M. Hoover, HartInterest used for tho support of the orphans of American soldiers and ford, Ky. ' The farmers will need human help Marvelous Story of Woman's sailors. Div. No. W. Duff, Fordsvllle, Ky. to handle and harvest tho vast acreChange from Weakness ages needed to produce enough bread Div. No. 3 II. L. Carter, Narrows, Remember, those boys in Franco to Strength by Taking aro your boys. Do your bit in saving Ky. for tho Nation and tho Allies. This Druggist's Advice. Div. No. 4 II. O. Autry, Baizc- work calls for brawn, niusclo, physifood und they will get their bite. town, Ky. Timo to think of wocal endurance. Peru, Ind. " I suffered from a disMEDICAL CORPS CUT Div. No. C Otis II. Stevens, Heav men at heavy work in tho fields when placement with backache und dragging down pains so ier Dam, Ky. there arc no more American men and M badly that at times Washington, April 8. Elimina Div. No. 6 Nat Llndloy, Center-towboys to bo spared from store, olllco or I could not be on Ky. factory. mv feet and it did tion from tho army Medical Reserve not. R(im is thoutrh Corps ot all men not qualified for Time of Meeting 1st Monday in No bublnebs savo fighting nnd procould stand it. I nctlvo sorvlco has been Monday in April; 1st viding the things fighters must have "tried different by Surgeon Gen. Gorgas. undertaken February; let 1st Monday in AuIt la esti- Monday in Juno; to win buttles is more important than ,medicincs without JtLY&u any ueneni anu mated about 1,500 commissions in gust; 1st Monday in October; 1st producing enough food. Civo your several doctors tho reserve will bo revoked. Monday in December. attention to food production on somo told mo nothing County Board of Examiners E. S. farm. Help your employees to get ( but an operation Tk .km JUDGE T. J. XUX.V DIES. Howard, Mrs. I. S. Mason, Mrs. O. W. out to tho farms at harvest and other v gBwefhjiH tm M would do mo any April 8. Former Duff. Marlon, Ky My druggood. critical seasons. gist told mo of Chief Justice of tho Court ot Appeals ( Jan. 25 and 26 Common School Follow your flag t tho furrows. Lydia E. Pink-ham'- s T. J. Nunn, 72 years old, died a at 10 I Diploma Examination. Vegetable 1 CHEW ALL YOU RITE OFF r ....... ...1 T t.Al. I o'clock this morning after a long 111 May 10 and 11 Common School V ivRlJ(i'I It with the result (ness. He was Chief Justice of tho Diploma Examination. that I am now well Court of Appeals when he resigned in (x Hero Is a word of advice for tho May 17 and 18 County Teachers' -l and strong. I got bond purchaser; Don't bite off moro ( 1915 on account ot ill health. He was Examination (whlto). up In themorningntfouro'clock, do my than you can chew. Your Govern- housework, then go to a factory and work a member of tho last constitutional May 24 and 25 County Teachers ' ment dosen't want you to "htrap" nil day, coma homo nnd get supper and convention and had also served as Examination (colored). many yourself or run into financial diffi- feel good. I don't know how Lydia of County Judgo and Circuit Judgo. Juno 22 and 23 County and State E. told what culties trying to pay for n Rond. Huy ' my friends I have Teachers' Examination (whlto), )ias Pinkham's Vegetable Compound one Miinll onough to you will bo able done for me." Mrs. ANNA MirrutlANO, IIEXS SHOULD NOT RE Juno 28 and 29 County and State HURRIUI) TO MARKET Teachers' Examination (colored), to pay for it in tho allotted timo with- SC West 10th St., Peru, Ind. any such Womon who suffer from out having to borrow to meat the ob- -' Sopt. 20 and 21 County ami Stato should not fail to try this famous Washington, D. C. "A rush of too Teachers' Examination (whlto). llgatluii. Its valuo will repreuont root and liarb remedy, Lydia E. Pinli-kam- 'a muny fowls to market us soon us tho Sept. 27 and 28 County and Stato Vecetablo Compound. 3'our suvliig for that period of time. or-dor- ers and business men generally as to the conversion privileges of tho first nnd second 4 per cent Liberty bond Into tho present 4 Us. One question in particular that Is a subject of Inquiries, coming from Kentucky nnd other states, is whether holders of tho first nnd second 4s, which run years, respecthirty nnd twenty-fiv- e tively, could convert them into the ar (17,710 mi: kkom i ar S; 2; April 14 Another Washington, call, for 49.S4.T registrant, has draft boon sent to governors of states by Provost Marshall General Crowder. Mobilization of tho men is ordered for May 1 nnd 10, tho War Department nnnounced tonight and they will bo sent to cloven forts nnd recruiting barracks, probably for training with regular army units there. This call Increases to moro than 300,000 the number of selectmen to camp since Into In March. This is far In excess of tho monthly average that would have been mobilized under tho original plan to call h SOO.00O men this year over a period. Future calls at the same rato would complete tho pro gram before midsummer. Uudcr President Wilson's determiot nation, to hasten the dispatch o American troops to Franco to tho Hrltlsh nnd French armies bearing tho brunt of the great German drlvo in Flanders and P,Icnrdy. tho whole program of the army is speeding up. Only a week ago Gen Jrowdcr ordered mobilization of 1C0,-00- 0 selectmen for April 26, and their movement to the national army can tonments during tho five days following Troops Moling Rapidly. nine-montreln-forc- FOR ONE MONTH COLUMIUIB Wo received a communication from 'nti nafrtmnnil ciii1tiinll.r. VmltiAB1n which to us, nindo n nolso moro pleasant than a sounding symbol, or tinkling brass, a portion ot tho let-twas ns follows: "Dear Sirs: Enclosed, find $7.00. Plcaso accept my thnnks for tho dear old Repub- In a city where heads the hoteli It U first In the heart! ot Its countrymen. OHIO MEDICAL CO. In no OIO n or DR. reffncl, ( Tlie Towtiatat clutite, an.l rolful .II feel-Irn- t JocalR'n erf I'cnMsjrU.inii Aven-jlaili ar..l It Mrcett, lierc'q make it a ileMr-(or triJal con le, -t let ljrtit, ronxcntioni. Schools an.l J. H.THORPE , 0000000000000000000 E E, EAR, THROAT, NOSE And Fitting of Glasses Mnsonlo Toinplw OWIiNSIIORO. KY. 'if 0000000000000000000 lolti-fti- . , The l'owli.ilin attract ttie reuplc vl culture and dilution. its proximity to State, War anl Navy Departments. alu to many ol interest, points makes this bmel rsrtcially attractive to a (Incriminating public. The Towhstan efers rooms with detached bath at $1.50, 32.00 and up. Kocirs with private hath, U SO, S3. CO and up. 'Write for bootUt with nup CLIFFOr M LEWIS. Ma.u ' r ami THADE-MAIIK- S mlcv mtu, .. urn I..' THAT PAY. I" ei I iimhit, t.iti. on IMMUI4 itr Nii-- i oiliri m ,. til liei.ijiui lu Wo !!! iroimtlr Il,n a. i PATCNTB I our iilM'nnl In rm'uoruUkSir.at . PABSINQ no. i on i oniM'a latent! 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SoOrTTTTiHY-CTlSsh 300 Picture 30 ArtictM K atl for nlfUeontt "- ,in loTcnnoof in Jleotrlcltr la aaotnrwrk and aoioaooiieo la tmimlat, and la Dachlnerf, Host U rmmkm taints at Sieeae. NMcTerT month, Includlns rtirlferatora, penury a-furniture, automobile scop repeirs, eu njw Mom MO .ana wiraieee,i iv l tm Aill Af tnnnvjnakln. eurvavlnv LfltU. bUwritieaUaUU Irtish iWatoaastet tre. 1.60 a Yaar IB CenU Copy o- to Oet It from a newsdealer or wrIU'dlrec K.Y. fopuUx Science lionthl r, t Feurta . rOEt? TMirfe centra & 1"IUX (f tutus us suetia tilt at, t3 Flos ITS WR Your Money Dack Call on The Republican Job Matin. for Flue M6vnSgM-- , V HERE 18 A GOOD PLACE TO STOP FOR LITTLE MONK! BRITON'S HIGHEST 7th BOND INVESTORS INCREASE Louisville V- - Hotel, Louisville, Ky., Main St., bet. 6th Tlio Onlj Hotel In Louisville Operated oa Uia American and European Plana. & PRELATE PLEADS IN LOAN'S BEHALF ARCHBISHOP OF YORK TELL3 OF ALLIES' NiiEDS AND AMER- ICA'3 ABILITY TO HELP. Sixteen Millions Expected to Participate In Third Liberty Loan. More than 15,000,000 persons aro expected to subscrlbo to the Third Liberty Loan. Four million subscribed to tho first issue and about 11,000,000 to Biggest Wk Beading tooths iWjgBfm AMERICAN PLAN (With Moala) Hoonw without Unth but with single, $2.00 7G Hoodis single, 2. CO 60 Kooms 3.00 CO Front Rooms. single, Itoonis with I'rlvnlo llutli: single, 3.00 CO Rooms slnglo, 3.60 CO Rooms PLAN (Without Meals) EUROPEAN Rooms without Rath hut with Hot and Cold Running Water, per day; 2 people, $2.00 each per day; 2 peoplo, 2.25 each per day; 2 people, 2.C0 each Value for your Family H ft,K"jf--r ujHJ w3'!H per day; per day; 2 2 peoplo, people, 2.76 each 3.00 each MONEY AND FOOD WANTED Hot nnd Cold Running Water. single, $1.00 per day; 2 people, $0.76 each 7C Rooms slnglo, 1.2G por dny; 2 people, 1.00 each CO Rooms 1.60 per day; 2 people, 1.25 each CO Front Rooms. Blngle. Rooms with Private Rath: CO Rooms single, 1.C0 per dny; 2 people, 1.25 each GO Rooms slnglo, 2.00 per day; 2 people, 1.60 each Dollars Are Only Bullets That Never Miss Mark, He Gays In Urg. Ing a Vl0cro'J3 Loan Campaign. the second loan. Sixteen million buttons for subicrlb-or- n have been ordered by treasury officials for tho Third Liberty Loun. The BVf!Tn of honor rolls In each municl-PHliicommunity or business organisation, bearing tho names of siibscrib-'rn- , and of honor flags,, to bo given to oscli city ocuedlng It3 quota, Is exported to Blimulate tho number of subscriptions. This plan will dlscloso who subscribes and who refuses to j, TheYoutKs Companion Rich In Meal of home life nnd civic life, tsvlsh In the amount of reading It brines to nil aces. The Most for nil hands. The Bui from nit sources. 12 Great Serials or Group Stories for 191S then 250 Shorter Stork?. Rare articles by noted authorities. "The best Editorial Page in the country." Current Events, Nature nnd Science, I'atr ily Page, Bos Page, GirlV rage, Children's Pace, Doctor's Corner, Things to Hake, Money to Save, Games and Sports to Play, Companion Keceipts. 52 issues, $2.09. McCal!s Xf--X THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Cor. Sixth and Main Sts. buy. European Plan Only. Rooms Without Until, SI. (lit iinJ tip; Rooms With Prlvnlo Ruth, 51.00 nod nil Host Entlng Plnco In Town. Tho Louisville Hotel nnd the Old Inn aro located In the wholesale walk to tho retail district and theaters. district nnd only n LOUISVILLE HOTEL AND OLD INN COMPANY, Props. 8 ZXEEESBXSBiZEZm s I x Cash B arga Offer ! ! i i The Hartford Republican AND THE MEMPHIS WEEKLY Commercial-Appe- al ROTH ONE YEAR POR : Is a largo Tho Commetclal-Appca- l piihlUhcd In the South. Cash each older. This rato Is applicable ulll.e. Ry special arrangements, wo nro papers at this low rato for a limited sr cnnlded to furnish these two time. ami one of tho very hot must In all cas.es accompany to renewals and new hubscrlb-cr.- s pa-pe- rs I ! SEND YOUR ORDER TO t THE HARTFOftD REPUBLICAN. sv'-'0't-- t t '' BREEDING STOCK f Mj two .liii'Ks, P.I.OCKY ROY and ROM, and Stiilllon MACK. EAOLE will inula tin pii'sent season at in farm mi H.ulfoid and g Pt. Ulcasant road, near (Vntrilown, at !?.S.Ot t'acli, to Insure a disposed or, In that cxent, the se.isou roll, pro filed mure ho not fee becomes due. A Hen is retained on all colts until tho feo is paid. These are good individuals, li.no been thoroughly tested, as to bleeding iualities and inspection Is courted. lii-In- Dy Dr. Cosmo Gordon Lane, The Archbishop of York and Primate of England. "Come to Ensland and France quickly with money, 6hips nnd food. There is a terrible strain upon my countrymen in the trenches. We are not whining and asking for sympathy, but you will be cheering U3 to new hope, If we know that all the power and resources of your country will be given to the future of civilization. "You cannot cend as many men as you wish, but you can Send send et'cr things. money. Vhcr men cannot go, money can. The ocean cannot stop it. Your dollars arc the only bullets that will never miss their mark. You are going to have a exeat Liberty Loan soon. Put all the vigor into it that you can. Don't delay. We are asking you as brothers and partners, to come and help us. Every man, woman and child can help in this fight to free the world from the menace of German domination. "Wc have to settle whether the spirit of irresponsible autocracy or the spirit of freedom is to prevail among the nations of the world. So vast and fundamental an issue naturally draws all the free nations of the world together. It must be settled now and forThe ever, cost what it may. world must decide whether it will submit to the domination of a spirit which, if it were to prevail, would plunge the nations of the world into a long, restless career of military rivalry. On sucli an issue there can be no such thing as compromise. Wc must be worthy of our task. Wc must recover for the world the atmosphere of freedom." Following his nilUrcss at a banquet given by tho St. Louis Chamber of Commerce tho Archbishop of York authorized the abovo mosbago to tho American people. Ills Grace, the Most Rev. Dr. Cosmo Gordon Lang, Archbishop of York and Primate of England, in the highest prelato in tho Church of England savo one. The Archbishop of Canterbury, Prlmalo of All England, Is the ranking archbishop of the Church of England. The office of Primate of England va3 created In the year A. D. G27. This ancient and houorublo office and title nas been held by many distinguished prelates. Dr. Lang Is the ninety-eightArchbishop oX York and Prlmuto of England. Tho office of Primate of All England was created In the year A. h Extensive preparations' havo 1 cm made for advertising the Third Liberty Bond campaign. Requests liao been received from hundreds of newspapers publishing Sunday editions fir 10,"00,000 Inserts showing tho honor flag In colors, to be distributed April 7. Two hundred newspapers have requested suppllec of poster supplements.' A special train carrying French .var relies, accompanied by Liberty Loan fipw.kers and wounded French will travel through tho South and Southwest and perhaps elsewhere. The relics, which Include, some of the snmll guns, German helmets and other trophies, and Red Cross exhibits, recently were sent to tho United States by tho French government to assist In tho bond campaign. 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Address OU McCiU CO 238 to ZtS IT. 37lh St KIW TOWK ncvHiii irtiicuns icjcDraica tor iisiii 73 syir, pencci ni, simplicity sag f Less than a week before he sailed for France in the service of the Y. M. C. A., Rev. Elmer T. Clark, Litt. D., former minister of the Shaw Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church, South, and former secretary of the St. Louis Ministerial Alliance, prepared the following prayer for the Third Liberty Loan for use on Liberty Loan Sunday, April 7th: "Oh God, who dost ever guide the tread of the nation, born to serve mankind with an exalted unselfishness, bless all our people and their represenand judgment, inspire us to think, act and serve together in the common cause of a victorious rinhteousness. Touch our souls yjith a high sense of patriotic sacrifice. Consecrate our means as well as our men. "Bless, we beseech Thee, the Third Liberty Loan with the benediction of Thy benignant favor. May no act or word from us impede its sanctified will. And arouse our enthusiasm to see it through to a most successful conclusion. Amen." FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE Dissolved in water for douchea stop? pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflammation. Recommended by Lydia E. Pinhliam Med. Co. for ten years. A healing wonder for nasal catarrh, sorothront and sore oyes. Economical. l rill extfaordulAIV clean, inrr arifl Mur 30-ISartriia -ffna. - , . nil nr m.ro.l Im , .. -- , ,o.mti-iil.iV . Flfty-flv- o 1 11 typewriters. LesBook-keeping, Y"i. inermion i ouMiimpany. Cotton. Mm. ir. tatives in authority. "In this time of crisis m m In use for over 40 years! Thousands of voluntary letters from women, telling of the good Cardui sons explained by Moving Picture machine. Seven big Departments Shorthand, Telegraphy, Stonotypy, Music, Primary Normal. Expert teachers. Modern equipment. Position assured. Write tor catalogue. Daviess Co, Sus. 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I1UNTEK MATTHEWS, MANAGER, HARTFORD, KY. 0x Liberty Bond slackers nmong business houses throughout tho nation aro being repealed by credit men whose D. 697. The difference between the office of duty It 1h to annlyzo tho flnanclpl Primate of All England and tho Pri- statements ot films In all classes of mate of England Is slight. Centuries trade. ago, to keep peace between two archPreliminary investigations of expert bishops and primates, tho added credit men in checking up the finanwords "of all" to tho titlo of tho Pri- cial statements of many concerns In mate of England solved tho problem. various businesses In all parts of the Tho Archbahop of York not only Is United States find that the percentage one of the heads of tho Church of of Liberty Bonds of tho first and secEngland, but Is a membor of tho ond issues among their assets was House of Lords. A member of tho startllngly email. House of Lords owes no allegiance to It has been suggested that banking ny political party and thereforo his institutions would be Justified In bringactions as a statesman are not curbed ing to tho attention of their custom-.ere- , or influenced. He represents tho govparticularly those who are borernment and tho peoplo with equal In- rowers, the necessity for theso patriterest and frequently fights tho bat- otic Invostmeuts being made In reatles In Parliament of tho laboring sonable proportions. classes. Credit men have undertaken to bring Dr. Lang Is a Scotchman, the son of to tho attention of the public the luke- p. Presbyterian minister, but he Joined warmness of many buslnesn houseii In the Church of England early in life backing tho government In Its prose and while a youth began to study for cution of tho war. Tho government is the ministry. Ho roso from the rec- in the war business not only to detorship of a small church when yet a stroy Prussian autocracy but every young man and before ho bad attained vestige of disloyalty and opposition to ,the ago of CO was named Archbishop the battle for world liberty. of York and Primate of England. Ho aoon distinguished himself not only as a prelate but as a foarless and bril- It rionr that tho Deoolo of England are liant statesman and champion of the In dire need ot food and that the man people In tho Houso of Lord 8. power ot the nation Is waning. Tho Archbishop has visited many A member of the Arcnoisnop s party cities In tho United Statos recently, said the distinguished Britons wero where he delivered addresses before surprised and delighted with the enchambers of commerce and other thusiasm of tho American peoplo to 'clvlo organizations. Ho brings not sunnort the war. He said Americans only a message of brotherhood and ap- 'have como to a realization of what preciation from Great Britain, but ho itho threat of German domination emphasizes the need for undivided sup- means to the world, and especially to port of tho government of the United America. Ho explained that many States by the poople If the war Is to persons In Great Britain were alow to bo won. He pleads for a speeding op treallao tho necessity for shedding their of shipbuilding, of money raising acd jblood upon the battlefields of Franca of troop mobilization. Dr. Lang makes to halt tho Hun. has done them. This is the best proof of the value of Cardui. It proves that Cardui is a good medicine for women. There are no harmful or habit -- forming drugs In Cardui. It is composed only of mild, medicinal ingredients, with no bad after-effects. bring relief. A trial will convince you. For sale by Ohio County Price 2Gc. USEliMER-LA- K For Lazy Liver and the Troubles o Constipation. Peel right all tho time. Don't lay eff from work for days by taking calomel keeps yotj when pleasant Liv- - Ver-La- x on your feet, whiloreliovimjyour trouL Ic. Sufcr too, and easy to take. Don't take anything else. You can't afford it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses By torn and relieves constipation. A natural remedy, natural in its actions, hum in its effect and certain in results. It will won't bo long before Liv- - ax completely displaco calomel in ever home.; Children can take it freely an4 with perfect safety. Every bottlo guaranteed. 50c and $1 in bottles Noiu genuine without tho likeness and sigux turo of L. K. Grigsby, For sale by . H&rttorA K i. H. WIL.UAM3. Ve-'L- TAKE W' ma The Woman's Tonic You can rely on Cardui. Surely It will do lor you what it has done for so many thousands of oilier womcnl It should help. "1 was taken sick, seemed to be ," writesMrs. Mary E.Veste, of Madison Heights, Va. "1 got down so weak, could hardly walk . . . just staggered around. I read of Cardui, and after taking one bottle, or before taking quite all, I felt much better. I took 3 or 4 bodies at that time, and was able to do my work. I take it in the spring when rundown. I had no appetite, and I commenced eating. It is the best tonic I ever ... We Knock the Spots Out of Thing! ... Ladies' and Men's Garments rrench Dry Cleaned and Preiti4 la Superior Manner. Send ua your Garmenta Them and Mail taWi iiyvuiuui. CLEANED CLHAN JF J& AD Druggists m&vm TOWWWWWW v Package! called (or and uellreretf, THE ELTE PRESSING CLUI A. Iva Nail, Prop. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, J ri MAOAN. nor ior Scvoral members of the Dcnnflchl camp attended tho lodge mooting of the M. W. of A. here Saturday night. Tho County Surveror was called back last week to complete some surveying ho had begun sometime ago. Mr. R. R. Muffett was very agreeably surprised Thursday when he found n now suit of clothes, Including hnt and shoos, hanging on a' chair In front of tho door. Tho presents reminded him that It was the forty ninth anniversary of his birth. Mr. nnd Mrs. Otis Helton have a now boy, that arrived on the 12. Mother nnd babe getting along nicely. Mr. and Mrs. hols Sharp have from a two weeks visit with thulr son, Mr. John V. Wostorflold, od Sulphur Spring. Mls the week with Deunflcld. Vooln Wostarflold U spending Mrs. Llwle Kolloy, Mr. Cora Muffett and son, Robert, spent Friday with her brother, Mr. MASIKR COMMISSIONER'S SALE, Nona Fuqua, In Friendship neighborOhio Circuit Court hood. Rortha nrown has returned home from Rowling Green, where she lias been attending school. Mr. Emmet Haynes and family, of Tordsville, spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mrs. Haynes' parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. H. Helton. Mrs. COO!. SI'ItiXKS. day, at about tho hour of one o'clock p. m., on terms of cash, tho followt: ing property, Tho lease of tho interest of tho Infant defendants In tho above styled action of tho oil nnd g.s rights and privileges In and to the following det: scribed property, A tract of land lying In Ohio county. Kentucky, nnd bounded and described, as follows: On the north by tho lands of Odlo Cooksey; on tho oast by the lands of Columimi I'ummons; on me soum by the lands of H. O. Daniel; and on the west by the lands of Wm. Hack, containing 127 acre, more or less, being part of the same land conveyed to John H. Cooksey. by John it. Walker, et nl., by deed dated Feb- runry 2nd, 1S8C, also by Gits St. Clair, et a!., by deed datod March 20, 1902, also by HlMin Munroo, et ' al.. by deed dated February 27, 1911, all of whlrh deeds are of record In tho Ohio County Clerk's office In deed book 11.1, page 1S7. This April 17. 1 9 IS. OTTO C. MARTIN, John Campbell. Attorney Master commissioner. 42fl ETO to-wito-wl- . ' ih I m I? "tS 1 warns ivy ji i m 2$&SIS$S?M T' "tVJ VJ rf-M- '' rt M-- y . ifev i J ,y v . HHh I ' m KTI sWk4 J WJ JSP lH'k'riM'.nn. fflRLLrmOTMJ f lrv' .S k:KSLJI & 11 Xl I flLHIVJIf WJA, fL;S. U k - -- -j A N V K Vj D jTB AV ' T. Vp X"'V V. A..VI ( iTEf? KWH" 1 V tV dfvSM v.J.4. P55L. I N5JttiV.,.'WCT ?."T57 1 VA. Vft H BH1 BH1 f V TV iHlt Mrs. X. A. Wilson is very low Ht this writing, with a complication oi troubles. Mr. Will Casey and family, of Muhlonburg county, returned home Sunday, aftor 'a woek'e visit with friends and relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Wilson nnd sons. Masters Cecil and J. U and daughter, Edna Pearl, visited relatives bore from Thursday until Sunday. Mrs. Roscoe Wilson and Mrs. T. C. Dennis visited Mrs. Clayborn Wilson, of Wysox, Saturday. Mrs. M. M. Tate and son, Thomas, went to Reaver Dam- - shopping, Sat- urday. 1 Thomas Hoswell. Guardian, Plaintiff, vs. Notlco Josie Ann Howell, et al., Defendants IJy virtue of a Judgment and order of sale directed to me nt tho March term. 1D1S. of tho Ohio Circuit Court. In the above styled action, I will of fer for sale, at public outcry, to the highest and best bidder, at the court I.. ...... ...... .....--, ... . ... ... Iv nntllrL'V. liuwm- - ilnn. In tltrfnrl tiuvii in on Monday, May fi, 191S, it being reg- -' ulnr Circuit Court day, at about the hour of one o'clock p. m., on tonus of lt cash, the following property, The lease of the interest of tl. " In fant defendants la the above action of the oil andgas rights and privilege-- In and to tfie follow hiR oronertv. A tract of land lying in Ohio coun- ty, Kentucky, ami uounueu nnu described, as follows: On tho north by the lands of T S. Bosoll: on the oast by the land" of T. S. Bnsell, on the south by the lands of R. K. Bean, and on th west by the lands of It L. Shultz Containing 51 acres, more or le s, and being part of same land conveyed to C. J. Roswell by C. F. Hoswell, et al., by deeds dated August 21. 1S97, and May 11, 1904, and of record in the oftlco of the clerk of tho Ohio county court, in deed book 14. page 142, and deed book 53, page k to-v! to-w- it: rg wj'j iiiii 44t .iiiucr i' . ' 7- -" "- Kx II , m ( m H Thai's what's going on right now: the world is engaged in a rngihty struggle to establish the best. To put a sure foundation under righteous-s- i ness. Tliis great battle is on in all its fury.' Our boys are shoulder to shoulder with the Allies to make the world a decent place to live in. The Great Drive for Loaoi is Mr. O. E. Scott Is at Haitford this week, serving on the county board ISO. This April 17. 1918. Third Liberty Now Under Way. the and comfort in this of tax supervisors. Mrs. Mnthins Hoops and son, and Mr. Park and wife, of Taylor Mine, a ore the guesU of Aunt Polly Hoopa Sunday. Miss Eftlc Johnson is visiting her lister, near Riverside, this week. Mr. M. H: Beesley is delivering t:i. tobacco at Beaver Dam. r Coleman Barton and D. R. v of Prow, Ky., were at Mr. 'Vto'3 on business Tuesday. ....iy J. Shaver is on the sick -- 12t3 OTTO C. MARTIN. Master Commissioner. John Campbell. Attornoy. To provide our boys with every fighting necessity MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Ohio Circuit Court. Lydia B. Payton, Guardian, Piiintiu". VS. iNOLlCU terrible struggle, p$ -- , i of lh '.c 'wker touting car for sale. ir.-U-Tl'o (' io . "it th i" ''rest abo" o.vl class condition, a good hill e.l r.; ,',o o.i 2.0 pn rU'U, i i'm See and at a bargain. and ;. iv ios3i li ' J 1 13 the luHu'ing t. described B. WEDDING, A. h"ng In Olv'o r i.im-tA trr.ct o? lar-i4 (. t f Dundee, Ky. i;cnluk. ur.d bounded a:i .1 scribed, at follows: it::v.)L,raoxs ok respect. On the nurtu by th land-- t of L3' V'oolen; on tlie east by tho Ian i i" the Ladies Aid Society, of Wes--e I. S. Younc, on the south by il"' lands of Roy Crawford; and on ttie Chappel. Xocreek, Ky. c west by the landa of C. V. Felix, Whereas. Ood in his infinite wis 48 acres, more or less, aid 'e-- ' dom has called from our society one ing pari oi ine unie lauu m .' of its members. Sister Janie Delaney, ed to Janes and Lydia I! Pevuni.ij C T. on February 19, 19 IS, and was laid by L. C. Crawford, ot al., and March St. Clair, et al.. by doed datod U rest in the Alexander burying 26. 191C. and Jauuary IS, 10S. r.nd round February 20. rani, rr) Mil fn tho Obln Cnnntv Clerlv" In deed book 20, page "C, audi Kesolvor, hir.--t. That the society ' l,0 4)'Pas,e 530- - April. has lost one of its most loyal mem- 1918 day of Thin, the bor. tho community a kind and lov OTTO C. MARTIN. lug neighbor, and the home a lov- 4 2C! Master Commissioner. ing and devotod mother. John Campbell. Attorney. Resolved, Second, That we extend our MASTER COSIM!SS!ONH!l'S HALK. to Mr. Delaney and children sympathy iu this their sad deepust Ohio Circuit Court. While wo know that C. II. TIchenor, et al.. Plaintiffs, bereavement. Vb Notlco words can not heal the broken hearts nor till the vacant place, but If they Albert Holbrook,a Defendant. and orJudgment Ily virtue of will put their triiht In the One who der of tnlo directed to me at tho has given, but now ban taken away, March, ID 18, term of tho Ohio Cirthoy will ilnd comfort and consola- cuit Court. In the nbovo styled action, I will offer for bala at public outcry tion. to the highest and best bidder, at resoRevolved, Third, That these tho court house door in Hartford, lutions bo recorded on the Secretary's Kentucky, on Monday, M.ty 0, 1918, book, and a copy bo hunt to tho fam- (it boing regular Circuit Court day), about tho hour of one o'clock p. m ily of the deceased sister. on a credit of six and twelve months, I). E. WARD. MRS. t: tho following described property, MRS. I.. M. WARD. A certain tract or parcel of land MRS. CLAYTON SHOWN, situated in Ohio countr. Kentucky, Committee. bounded us follows: Reginning at a htako in tho midARMIXISTRATOR'S NOTICH. dle of Harnetts creek, where tlio All persons having claims against Harmons Ferry road crosses die the estate of S. P MeKinney, deceas- same; thenco with said road N 82 411 poles to n stake in tho line ed, uro hereby untitled to present Urnnhiiin'h D00 aero sur-vo.same to me, or Otto C. Martin, Hart- ot Robert thenco with said lino S. 11 K. ford, Ky., on or before May 15th, 2!!0 poles to a largo black oak, Har1918, properly proven, or they will nett Hudson's S. K corner on Iliir-uc- tt Hudson's lino; thenco with his be forever barred. lino N. 80 K. 100 poles to two dogMARTIN FLENKR. Admr.,' woods, corner to lot No. 2, thence S. P. MeKinney, doceased. 4H3 with n lino of No. 2. N. 11 V. 250 poles to threu sycamores standing on MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. tho bunk of tho middle fork of Rar-notCreek; thenco down said creek Ohio Circuit Court. with the meanders thereof to tho Frances I). Cooksey, Uuurdiun, Plain beginning, containing 147 acres, more or less. Thoro is excoptod tiff. va. Notlco from tho foregoing boundary 11 acro3 Clyda Cooksey, et al , Defendants. north of the Harmons Kerry road, ir lly vlrtuu of a Judgment and tho same buying been bold previousof Halo directed to mo at tho ly to Ren Newton. March term, 191S, ot the Ohio CirTho put chaser will be requited to cuit Court, in the above styled ac- execute bond with approved security tion, 1 will otfer for sale, at public immediately after sulo. outcry, to the highest ami best bidThis tho 17th day of April. 1318. OTTO 0. MARTIN, der, at thu cuurt house door in Hart-tor'Kentucky, on Monduy, May G, 42t3 Mastur Commirwlouer, M. L. Heavriu, Attornoy. Hills, it boing tegular Circuit Court it rn AUTO FOR SALE. horse power, five passe n- -i cjiVi. By virtue of a judgment and i rdei of sale directed to me at the term, 1918, of the Ohio Circuit Ciuit. in tr.e above styled action, I wi for iale, ?t public outcrv. to tli" 'giie t . nd 't bidder, at the Court Hou';? d' or i i Hartford, Ky., on Mon- ". r- - C 1 il . it boing rei:U.at about tlm houi coun i' Air-if1 i- - uo:ne u. reyiou, ui hi.. ueifn--i- m Buy a Liberty Boed I svnr - , nn t'i' ViUi tv , n, m j; i pr '.erty, i 0t teri. N. to-wi- t. Stuti ; a.lii t'i and give their lives to conquer the enemies of dsrcc racy, we must produce food in abundance. We must work as we have iaever worI:sd before, We must buy, sell and trade. We must keep the While tey fiht .VI to-wi- ,. y, wheels of commerce rolling. 1 m c:..i-tinin- We Must Loan Our Government All Ihe Money Weeded, Every man and woman can help some. No amount too small for Uncle Sam. Besides, the money comes back to us with interest, and may provide necessities on that dreaded rainy day which is sure to come. . ojp x THE SMUE B ITTLE IS m H BUSIPJE! And like the Allies, in spite of all our resistance, the prices keep gaining ground. We are doing some awful fighting for our customers. We Are Fighting for the Best to-wi- We know that in the end the best will win Business just the same. The best merchandise at its price is always the cheapest y; Don't Buy Price; Buy Merchandise i This store has real merchandise to oiler you along every line. Hart, Schaffner & Marx all wool clothes for Men and Young Men King Quality Shoes for Men and Boys. Quality, style and workmanship are all considered in every purchase for this store. for every need for farm and family. This store is the place This store is the home of ts or-ilc- E. P. BARNES Beaver Dam, 6c KLy. BRO. d, WmmmmmwmmmwmmmnMmamwiMMwmmmMmmm - Tvaci