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BRITISH YIELD -- DOTTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Yesu No.4& HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, ICY., FRIDAY, APRIL 26, 1918. hearty sympathy to tho wlfo, tho rhildrcn nnd tho friends, thnt mourn his death. i our very exlstcnco tho courts havo FALLS IX FRANCE little patlor.co with rowdyism, and a OFF FOR CAMP big grist of fines hns been ground om out for such offenses, recently In Tho Inevitable has happened; an Judge Cook's Tho Red Cross flro Is springing up m:w rou MONDAY MORNING court. In tho sedge grass of wnr enthusiasm Ohio county boy hnsjiald In blood I1I3 GROUND TO In most of tho towns nnd villages of pnrt of the prlco of American liberty. A commlttco, representing tho FIs-cWAY OVER THE TOP. court, composed of .ludgo Cook, the country. Dundoo Is tho latest Clcldn Kvans, an Arnold boy, heads Tho citizens of Simmons havo put Thirty-on- e county nttorney A. I). Kirk nnd Mr. Ohio county town to be caught In tho tho lint of tho roll of honored dead, White Men And small mining town on mnp, Made After Fierce M. L. Ileavrln, has closed a contract conflagration. An Auxiliary Unit that must longthcn with tho events thatlargo typo. Wedncadnytho every Retreat Eight Colored Men Are In with r. Covington firm for placing new was organized at that placo lnot week, of war. minor employed by tho Broadway Fighting In Drive On Called. Young Evans was n son of Rev. Coal Company, and thoro are nearly stool colls In the county jail. Tho with a liberal roster of momhors. Amiens. proli- - Tho organization Mrs stevo Evans, of Arnold. Ho two hundred of thorn, gave his seems to havo and steel work cost $1300. It will nbly cost $500 more to repair tho grown out of tho nucleus of tho was only twenty years of ago. Ills wages to tho Rod Cross fund. For the conl Thirty ono whito men and eight Jail and Install the cells. The Ohio Ladles Knitting Club. Tho members death, which was not reported for the same day proceeds compiiy gavo out-pentlro colored men will gather hero Sundav several ' ih, occurred Monday of tho of coil n.i'ountinp of Us STUBBORN con"'.'. J.vl now for several yoars nro: RESISTENCE to 1,000 to Mrs. Cora Rcnfrow, Mra. .las. A. lant W(k lie lived only an hour mo woriiij- - nurposc. send mo nows to answer roll call Monday morning has ' .ei p plr.ee .i"areQly more secure . for koe.)lr.g prhoner-- than an ordi- - Duff, Master Win. Robert Duff, Mr. after receiving n mortal n.ouihI, on n to tho hospitals of Franco and to tho for army service. Tho boys will leave nary boxed llvory stable, and tho ro- - nnd Mrs. Claud Rcnfrow, Mrs, Paris bnttlo field, "somowhero In Franco". ragged nnd hungry children of that Great Concentration On The pairs aro greatly needed. Tho now McDowell, Mrs., Byron Trumnn, Mrs. Now tho Hunnlsh wolf is knowing worso sufferer, Belgium, that tho o'clock over tho M. Hartford nt 9 H. & E. via hearts of tho peoplo of tho llttlo Amcells nro of hard steel, nnd arc proof .J. F. Magan, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Edge, nt our very doors. It has taken toll erican mining town aro on tho right Owensboro for Camp Taylor. This Points Captured By against tho best burglar saws innde. Mr. nnd Mrs, It. L. Brown, Mrs. Mol-ll- o of the blood of our vicinage, nnd If side. This splendid sacrlflco of these call will run Ohio county's list of Teutons. Murphy, Mr.. Tip Hean, Mr. Karl thoro wero slackers beforo thcro will peoplo should awnken tho citizens In drafted boys to about threo hundred. Tho repairs o Jail and placing In position of tho cells will bo dono Magan, Mrs. Molllo Wcller, Mr. R. L. bo nono now. Tho spirit of that cvory nook nnd cranny of tho county Tho names of thoso called for sorto a now sense of duty to tho Red vlco aro: Lamb, Rev. J. A. Wallace, Misses bravo boy, Clclda Evans, cries out Crocs. Boon. tlirco weoka of preparation In After Carl H. Wilson, Rockport. Kathleen and Fanny Wallace, Dr. form nn alien land to bo avenged. 46 the Soinino, during which tlmo they Max Hcnshaw, Hartford. and Mrs. J. D. Stewart, VIctorlne, That yoke will awaken the sluggards .Il'ST A WO HI). MISS XALL DEAD. launched an offensive In Flanders, tho Isaac E. Griffith, R. 2, Whitcsvlllo. B I'lrtlo and Hugh Stewart, Henry Mc to hurry to tho rcscuro of that other have resumed their Germans MIS3 Mary E. (Poppio) Nail died Tho people of Ohio county nro cer- Dowell, Mary McDowell, Mr. Ronjnoy bravo and daring fow, who havo gone Harlan E. Tinsley, Elyria, Ohio "t the front door of Amiens. For days there has been heavy ar- tainly doing their part In aiding In Duff, Mrs. Martha Duff, Mr. and Mrs. out from our hearthstones to help at hor homo hero, Wednesday mornEthll T. HMvnrd, Rockport. ing at 2 o'clock. Sho had long been tillery lighting along tho northern tho war. Tho War Department, our Iva Lee Payton, Olaton. Duff, Mr. nnd Mrs. Otis Duff, closo tho gates of hell. Mourn, as wo a sufferer from tubercular trouble, sectors of tho Sommo salient, and boy3 In tho trenches, citizens who Chas. Clark O. Wilson, Cromwell. Infantry began havo moved away, everybody Inter- Mr. and Mrs. Roranoy Acton, Russell, must, the cruel death of our own from tho effects of which sho died. llnally tho aernian Alvln B. Porter, McIIenry. Deceased wa3 a daughter of Mr. their attempts to advanco on tho lino ested In tho causo of Liberty' will bo Gregory and Hugh Edward Acton, dear boys, at Hunnlsh hands, it is proud whon his name Is called on tho Mr. nnd Mrs. S. S. Acton, Miss Arch-l- o glorious to dlo as a soldier, In line and Mrs. Charles G. Nail and is surpassing Walter S. Reynolds, McIIenry, Ky. by Hallles and Castel. Tho llrst attacks roll of Third Liberty Homl buyers. Sholby K. Shttlts, Prentiss. Taylor, Mrs Tom Taylor, MI33 of duty, battling for freedom nnd tho vivedJcsslotwo sisters, Misses Magglo Will every ono who reads this see subsequent atNail. and were repulsed, but Jesso E. Canary, Fordsvllle. th It that his neighbor Is proud of Kthol Peach, Mr. and Mrs. Caleb flag. Even In tho shadow of their Funeral services wore' conducted tacks, centered about Wo havo but n Ilcan, Margaret Bean, Mr. and Mrs. sorrow tho parents of this noblo boy nt tho homo yesterday at 2 o'clock, by John T. Brown, Hartford. havo caused a llrltlBh with- what It has dono. village, according few days left but in those few dny, A. W. Midkiff, Mrs. Cora Ilcan, Mr. may feel Justly proud that they wero Rev. Russell Walker, after which tho Armendt D. Aldrldge, R. 7, Hart- drawal from this to n report from Field Marshal Ilalg. if In real earnest, you can seo every nnd Mrs. A. D. Miller, Comma Miller, tho first to lay the sacriflqo on their remains wero buried In Oak Wood. orfd o This marks u Gorninn gain of about ono nblo to buy bonds In your neigh- Mra. Paul Murphy, Master Fred Mur- country's Arthur B. Everly, Paduchah, Ky. altar, Though 3ad to say, borhood. Will you do It? You will NEW OIL WELL. a mile Alva W. Petty, Hartford. Mitchell, Mrs Sara other names will soon bo wrltton on bo proud of It It you do. phy, Mrs. John Tho fighting on tho rost of tho front JOHN H. BARNES. Mack Foreman, Narrows. where tho Germans have resumed C. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. E. Duke, that scroll of honor, but as long as A Pennsylvania Oil Company In their drive, toward tho allied baso of Chairman Ohio County Third Liberty Mrs. Almond Duke, Mr. J. E. Mitch-oi- l, tho memory of this terrible conflict moving machinery to the farm of Chas. H". Arnold, Horse Branch. not, Organization. Loan Hiipplles In Northern Franco has Walter A. Miller, Beaver Dam. Oriffith, Donald and Byron Mitch- lives In tho minds of this generation Bird and Sam Wallace, near Sulphur any so far as known, resulted In Clarence W. White, R. 2, Fordsell, Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Rcnfrow, It will bo remembered that Cleida Springs, and will begin sinking a well TROUBLE. MORE notable retirements on the part of Mrs. A. B. Wedding, Mrs. J. W. Evans has shown, through death, tho within a few days. Tho location vllle. the Allies. Tho Germnn olllclal report Issued on Wednesday was silent Wm. T. Burden, McIIenry. Tim frnnliln mlcrnlin Remus to hnvo Thomas, Mr. E. F. Gabbcrt, MISS way to victory. chosen for tho tryout is on the north as to eeiud la this, actio- 01 iho 'recently Erchel Coleman, Simmons. McIIenry a very fertllo Ruth Foreman, Mr. Albert Cox, Mr. found bank Susphur Run, near of front Wm. Auburn Tichenor, Hartford. ORPHANS TO STATE HOME i.reodinir around. A bcoro or moro of Noah White, Mr. Ed Cook, Mr. nnd An nttnek on this particular Chnrllo Walker White's lino. This had. Charles McDaniel, McIIenry. of tho lino , In tho .1 Sommo region Mini young men of that town havo been re- - Mrs. Otis Cook, Miss Mary Louise drilling will bo done in a neighbor.. 1. In .iKnlinlllll . Leslie W. Payton, Oxford, Iowa. Tho thrco children of Jcsso Cook, hood where a number of domestic beenjcontly arrested for disturbing the Mitchell, Mrs. Owen Lee, Mr. Jonn Wm. H. English, Llvermore. Ragsdale, Mr. and Mrs. Byron Bean, of Echols, will bo sent to tho State wells have shown well defined traces "" HindiTho Brltlsn lines new 111711 in in-uColumbus Klnkado, Rockport. Children's home nt Loulsvlllo tomor of oil. In fact in some of thorn the this reclon during tho last days 01 a nunibor or tnem navo neon incu 111 and Miss Ruth Weller. Clarenco Hasklns, Reynolds. row. Tiieir tatner, jcsso t;ooic ac- oil hns been abundant enough to Initial drive, while tho Germans county court and fined, a number of the Jobo Nelson Leach, Beaver Dam. were nblo to forgo ahead further other cases nro on tho docket for ANOTHER PIKE PLANNED. cidentally killed his wife, tho mother mako tho water unsultcd for drinksouth until they reached the village Leo Miller, Fordsvlllo. of tho children, at Echols, about a ing purposes. Grave interest In the has been Issued of Castel, about three mllos from tho trial, and now a writ Robt. E. Lee Lamb, Dundee. Judge Cook, with surveyors, went year ago. Cook was put on trial on a test well is being taken by tho landParis from for John Clark, charging him wUh Arallioad running to Henry Trail, Simmons. Recontly n French counter using violent and profano langungo over, tho Hartford and Ilardlnsburg- - chargfof murdering his wlfo but was owners of tho community, who seo Amtens. road east of town.tho first of tho week ncquitted. Tho children aro aged 3, 5, possible fortunes In tho experiment. offeiiblvo at Cnstol won back consid- In tho presonco or ladles. Alternates. erable ground.nnd It was evident thnt making preliminary survey prepara- and 7, nnd havo been In tho poor-Herbert Colyor, Rockport. m lluo further north could bo unless tho tory to beginning pormanent improve- houso for several months. Recontly Arl B. Ward, Centertown. THE PRICE OF WAR. GREAT DRIVE. advanced materially tho Germans had Stephen E. Grigsby, Hartford. ment of that section of road. It is while on a visit to his children at tho to mako Important gains little chance y, Tho "Liberty Tea Parlor" In charge COLORED. rjn their operations to tho south of Tho cost of tho present war to proposed to build a plko from tho almshouse Cook met a Miss Daugher-tFollowing aro tho colored men who Ami' us. who was an inmate of tho insti- of Mrs. O. T. Burns and Mrs. M. H. and corporato limits of Hartford to tho Murphreo, assisted by other members will entrain for tho camp. has been made at date Is given as $9S,500,000.000. This new drivo war old Milton Taylor farm, a distance of tution, and married her. of tho Hustler Club, was successfully the snmo tlmo that another blow has It Is calculated that should tho Wm. McHcnry, Hartford. and French last till August next the cost would tlirco miles. The survey will bo corn-ru- n Saturday, April 20. bci struck at tho British Sidney B. Johnson, Paradise. SCHOOL MONEY HERE. Various contributions wore sent In jplcted in tlmo to begin grading tho llneaiiorthwest of Ypres. Savago to ICO.000.000,000. to tho committee, and all tho memGovcy Austin HInes, Rockport. fightfiB is reported at various pointswar between England and road just after tho completion of the Tho lino from Ballleul to Morii. Mnnchestor Griffin, Hartford. Howard has re- bers desire to express their gratl-tud- o Superintendent heights Franco, lasting from 1793 to 1S15, cultivation of tho corn crop, whon to Acton vllle and Berlin claims that It ceived a check from tho auditor that Schlemmer, Mrs. Bros.,E. Mr. W. C. Lesllo Rucker, Hartford. E. of liamcui navo was ?G,250,000,000, and tho loss in 'labor and teams will bo avnllable. Blrkhead, to the northwost !s Planned to complcto tho grading will cover Ed Nnll, Hartford. of tho salaries Mrs. E. G. Barrass, Mrs. Laura with those llfo 1 090 000. bed stormed. Coincident ', Tho' Civil war budget of tho United 'this season, but the stone will not bo duo tho teachers for tho sixth month, Keown, Mrs. Sam Riley, Mrs. Louis Lonnlo Vlcks, Beaver Dam. attacks there hae been assaults on lliltlbli forces near Bethune. along Stntos 1SG1 to lSCf. was $5,000,- - laid down until next year. When and checks will bo mailed out Satur- Tumor, Miss Lettlo Marks, Mrs. VirHarry Robertson, Fordsvlllo. boon gil Elgin, Mrs. Howard Ellis, Mr. J. the Lawo River, but thoso havo Alternate. lives woro sac- - this section of road is completed all day and Monday. Tho Superinten- C. Her, Mr. G. R. Wooten. Mr. A. D. 000,000, nnd repulsed. !tho principal roads leading out of dent received notlco that tho remain- Kirk, Dr. L. B. Bean, Mr. E. Y. Park, Thos. Ideson, Beaver Dam. ing third of tho sixth month's pay and Mr. E. G. Barrass and Mr. S. F. war, 1S70-1S7- Hartford will bo metal roads. HOMES FOR THE BOYS. jTho Franco-rrussla- n tho money for tho soventh month Riley. LIBERTY DAY. cost Franco $1,5SO,000,000, two Tho tea room will bo open WEDDING BY NIGHT. would reach him about tho middle of o'clock p. m., Saturday, Aprilat the thirty llvo Ohio county boys and Germany $951,000. Tho 103s About next month. twenty-seventFriday, April 2G, has been pro' will como to Hartford Sunday to bo In llfo was 311,000. A night wedding was tho distingSpanish-America- n claimed by tho President and the war of 1S9S, ready to answor Undo Sam's roll call Tho ' SUPERVISORS ADJOURN. BOILED DOWN. Governor of Kentucky as Liberty Monday morning. This will bo tho cost tho United States $1,1G5,000,- - uishing feature of tho matrimonial (V-.-.- i of tho week. About 9:30, I last opportunity wo shnll havo to 000. Day, and overy ono In Ohio county Is Tho llfo loss was 20,000 The board of tax supervisors ad tlmo. Tuesday cv- Charlio Chaplin, tho funniest char- - oxpected to suspend business for a in the war between Russia nnd i !' ,vshow theso boys .. thnt wo appreciate movio screens, mnLlliir fir 11a Japan. 1901-191tho total cost was'ening Buol VU..onor and Bessie Joo journcd Saturday afternoon, after be - actor on tho army sorvlco. has been half cfay for a house to house canllt.. uii-mo rai:niii:i- 41. uiuiw.ih .. 'Parks.(col) aroused Judgo Cook from Ing In session nlno days. Their rals- draft" to" vass for tho salo of Liberty Bonds. Llfo loss 555,900. 7? nnd let each of us try to glvo thorn $2,500,000,000. t !..., A,XUV,VWV. his dreams of war nows and road e . iUUUUIIlUU .i III UUUlll 1 inn nnn TVwv Can wo not depend on overy patriTho Balkan wars In 1912-191- 3 those llttlo pollto nttontlons that beginning of tho war Slnco tho he . iu iuu juiui.. board will meet again April '. otic man, woman and child In Ohio Homes will cost ?2,1O0,OOO,OOO, ' every living man loves. nnd 350,000 irouuics, ami uiuii.-im.-Inl nfnnnr tn !inl In n mlnfatnrlnl pntlnp- - complaints from those who bellovo Franco has lost 1,300,000 men killed county to do this? I hopo that Ak provided -- ror them Sunday night, lives. mean nnd nearly as many moro wounded overy precinct commltteo will meet at nro other attentions thnt Tho gross cost of all wars within lty, and unite them In tho holy bonds their ralso unjust. In the but Tho Judgo, In his time tho shorlff will servo notlco on and prisoners. will p nso thorn. Bo reidy to say a tho last contury was $2G,123,5in,-24- of matrimony. onco nnd orgnnlzo a sales forco to the li. . They will apklr.i' r ord happy liinnnor,. always beautifully tho persons whoso proporty has been canvass tho entire precinct thoroughnnd tho gross llfo loss was preciate It. Secretary Bakor will recommend to ly. brief and tactiuily appropriate, pro- raised. congress tho raising of tho ago for nounced tho nuptial ceremony, In tho I feel that tho showing made on Comparing tho monoy and llfo losn VETERAN SOLDIER DIES. CAI.OWAY CASE CONTINU.ED. military sorvlco from 31 to 40 years. this day will bo a fair test of tho of nil tho wars of tho past century parlors of his home. J. II. Park patriotism of each precinct. Mr David C. Allen, a vetoran of with tho hundred billion cost In mon- and' Willyo D. Phlpps woro tho obApril 1, 191S Great Britain had Wllllo Calowny, a youth under IS tho Civil War, died of sonllity, at his oy nnd tho 14.S03.000 lives tho ob liging attendants, and Park insisted JOHN H. BARNES Chin. night, and . homo at Roslno Tuesday years of ago who has been In Jail for 7,500,000 men wearing the uniform on Willyo saying tho word that would Ohio Co. Liberty Lonn Org. In tho Roslno comotery servers stands appalled at tho fearyovas burled sovcral days on a chargo of breaking of her army and, navy. ful wasto of wealth and men of tho mako two "ones" of tho happy four, .Wednesday. Mr. Allen was but tho obstlnato Willyo thought tho a seal on n car, was brought before years old, and leaves n wlfo and past thrco years. llvo DEATH AT FORDSVILLE. Tho French government has placed proposal entirely too sudden, and Judgo Cook sitting ns a Juvcnllo soven children. Tho chlldron nro: Earp, court, Saturday. After much argu- an ordor In this country for 100,000 Willie, Joo and Mrs. Annlo will tako tlmo to think It over. EDITOR IN DRAFT NET. Mr. Cicero Moxloy, died Saturday, ' Roslno; John , Fordsvlllo, J. Thomment between counsel for tho county freight cars. ax of tuburculosls of tho throat, at his Tom Peach, as, of Tennessee; "Ir. caso wns AhMM)R H1M:S AftLTrTEb"" and tho commonwealth tho ' of McIIenry, nui'. Mr. Lyman Barrett, who only a John M. homo nt Fordsvlllo. Funeral sercontinued until tomorrow, and tho Berlin claims to havo captured 1S3 All tho of Now M ..I fow weeks ago assumed tho editorvices wero conducted by Rov. R. L. excopt Mrs. ' g 3011 woro nt ial nianagomont of tho Hartford HerOn account American prlosnors recently. County assessor Charlio Illnos, of boy released on bond. Brandenburg, pastor of tho Fordsj Ills bedsldo when tl c, t camo. county court of his ago tho boy, if convicted of tho of tho ald, received Information Tuesday Olnton Routo 1, was In sfMr. Allon was r .r nbor boys remules nnd threo vlllo Baptist church, after which his Two 'thousand ?,i2tU Kentucky cawil'y hi tho Civil from Henderson, in which city ho horo Saturday for examining trial on charge, will bo sent to tho romalns woro interred at Pleasant hundred horses aro being slaughtered Grovo. After" form school nt Lexington. a chargo of false swearing. War, nnd was moro than four yoars was registered, that ho had boon Tho burial services woro unj food. Ho was a son of dally In Franco, for jlnltho service for army sorvlco. Mr. Barrett hearing tho ovldenco in tho caso tho der the direction of tho Masonic Ortho PAYING THE FIDDLER. Sapt. Lovl Allon, a soldlor in there was not sulllclent dor, of which ho was a member. He IWar of 1S12. Ills grandfather, left at onco for his homo at Barrotts court decided holding HInes nnd disGovornor Manning, of South CaroFoiry to spend n fow days with his grounds for leaves a wlfo and two children. Wymond Patterson and Ernest lina, has sovon sons in tho army. JUnouum jiuuii, tmuu m iiiu uiiiiiu (states from Frnnco in tho latter part mother nnd blstors before going to missed tho prosecution. Tho writ Hurt, two young Olnton boys, woro In contury. Mr. Allon's Camn Taylor. Lyman camo of good was sworn out by Lcsllo DoIIart, a Judgo Cook's court yesterday charged bfitho 18th GO THOU AND DO LIKEWISE. wlfo was Adallno Stowart. and n sls- Tennessco nnd Mississippi mobs lato tonant last year on HInes' farm. It with a breach of tho psaco, and wero terjfaf Virgo nnd Charlio Stowart, nowspapor stock, his undo thomauy appears that HInes and his tenant glvon lines of twenty llvo dollars each cut another notch on its stick John P. Barrett, being for woUiknown citizens 01 mis couiuy. each, with the usual odds and ends of Graham, Ky., Apr. 19, 191S. with deep yoars editor and proprietor of tho had not gotten along agreeably, and cost which always makes tho sunt of of negroes mobbed, Monday. Sounds (iffiTno wrltor mentions Davo Al- work of tho Huns, this mur- Editor Hartford Republican, reeling tho death of Undo Hartford Herald, and his fiUhor, their difficulties havo boon frequent- tho fine a deceptive figure as a like tho Hartford, Ky. Tho boys dering of prisoners. measure of punishment. allutvo loved good wife M urgus Barrett, now deceased, was ly nlrcd In tho court3. Dear Sir: As I had procrastinated wero charged with cursing nnd abus m J5,-0- 0, next' to our own parents. Ho and local editor of tho samo paper. Tho ing Georgo Flatt and throwing rocks A baby born at Winchester, Ky., sending In my account I enclose AUTO FOR SALE. 'the writer's father wero lnsoparablo young mau was showing much aptThoy pleaded guilty weighed loss than a pound nnd a nt his house. which will pay iny subscription passon-go- r, yoars of tncir youin, ness and industry for tho work, and "Ono 30 horso power, five friends In tho u and nccoptcd tho lino mentioned. It to Juno 3, 1920. So keep on Bonding . njiniH b.. w..uu ....... of ex- half. Tho doctors say tho mlr.Iitture Studobakor touring car for salo. is rcgrctnblo to seo young-me- n f "-" nnu usnr n pnnttirv. miuf NmiTimnnt your paper, ns I lovo to .hear tho Aa IDIO W parents hauled into court for babo has a fair chanco'tn llva. condition, u good hill cellent iBOclatlon blond in our sorrow at tho nowspaper work. Rev. Wnltor Creep, In first class news from homo. uch misconduct, but thoso who danco hiMth of this, tho best of men. As of Horso Branch, will temporarily fill climber and at a bargain. Seo must pay tho fldlor. and thoso boys Very truly, now tax law will udd $2,000,-00- 0 na a nei1B"u1or; as a '""" "'.tho vacancy caused by Mr. Barrett's Tho u l!l5?,1V ' A. D. WEDDING, " got perhaps only what was coming T. J. EDGE, M, D, , was noblest was to the State's ravoanc this year. Dundee Ky. With tho war 40 t.f ta from tbs Harahl. ws pi..1 nMlt?" in '.)' rM HOME ROY red cross intn hits dundee snnnn FIRST HIS cells jail. nl ut of-th- hnni-merln- Vlllora-Ureton-neit- x, -- - t ' Srio 'm.rhad 1 - iii) ."". j 1 tip-Th- two-thir- m.i 1, x h. "-- . .. - n- -n 5, 1 ! t-- . to 0, A For-guso- n, chll-',rdr- hlmdhU - inu waa .' ent ... ;- -.. J TWO PROUD MEN WHEN THE WAR IS OVER The American soldier who comes back from France, having offered his ALL on the field of battle to save America. ., And the American business man who offered r i JT-- ALL his profits to his Government for Liberty Bonds while the war lasted. '4 w HieBightHandi ihv. mmm been made possible through the patriotism of the following iirms, who have generously contributed the space in which die advertising will appear: liberty Loan in this city has Patriotism Third he advertising for the How are you going to feel when you meet these soldiers returning from the battlefields where they have faced death for your sake. Some of them won't stand erect like man in the picture. Some will be on crutches, some in roller chairs; some will have lost their arms, or their eyesight. How will you feel when they tell you the ammunition gave out, the guns didn't come, the airplanes failed to arrive? How will you feel when they tell you some of the casualities would never have occurred if they had been supplied with suffio:ont war equipment? If you helped, you'll feel like an American. ' . M J. B. TAPPAN WM. W. RILEY DR. J. R. PIRTLE R. L. DEVER & CO. MAPLE & CHINN THOMAS BROS. If you didn't help, you'll feel like a cur. '.' '- -- .,..., J. A. TATE'S RESTAURANT W. E. ELLIS & BRO. U onds of the Third Liberty Loan 4 j W. C. SCHLEMMER, BAKERY OHIO COUNTY BOTTLING WORKS GILLESPIE BROS. HARTFORD REPUBLICAN HARTFORD HERALD It is seldom one can help a great cause without personal sacrifice. But you can. These bonds are the safest, best investment in the world. Securi ty? Why they are a first mortgage upon the United States. Every railroad in the country, every homestead, farm or public building, The space on this page was patriotically donated by the individuals and firms whose names appear above. every industry, every income or salary, everything we own everything you own is pledged as collateral. If you can't pay cash for your bonds, you can ,w borrow a part of the money at your bank, tfi mi using the bonds as security; or, you can buy Sti them at your bank on easy partial payment plan. It is no trouble to buy Liberty Bonds it is no trouble to pay for them. See your banker today. r H IT LP THE BOYS XL JO UY LIBERTY BONDS! mp Wm'mmmmimmmmmmiJiwmVimamCUmimmmKmmm --THE -- WILL BACK UP THE AT THE CURD VDoth FIXES STATUS P T Indicate Slackers, Though One Has Subscribed Out Not Enjugh. Written for the Liberty Loan Organization of the Eighth Federal Reserve District. By MILDRED S. McFADEN. Wo arc backing up tho boys at tho youth, gP xv w CfiEidreH Cry Ti for FBetcher's 4 uwU Jir ,,:wa.pr'!K,""l'-v3,-J- 1 inently In this Third Liberty l,run campaign, Yellow nnd Pink. Kvery person who la financially ablo to buy a bond nnd who refuges will have tils namo recorded on tho yellow card tho slacker card. In tho last two campaigns for tho falo of Liberty Honds thero were ninny persons who slipped quietly Into their bnr.Ks nnd made a small purchaso of Liberty Honda, when, as u matter of fait, by reason of their financial ability, they should havo bought ten times ns many bonds. Such Individuals aro considered by the federal government ns slackers, Just as much as arothne who can but will not buy any bonds at nil. In order to get a permanent record of persons of this character, thu Federal Jteservo Director of Sales of lo.va has sent to every county chairman a tupply of pink cards, upon which tho Iname3 will bo recorded of such per- DO YOUR BIT! 'nons as do not do their full duty who do their "bit" Instead of their "lit- . most." These pink cards will bo carried by 'S Jjjovery Liberty Ilond salesman, and 4Jwhcn nn Individual who ought to ouy n ai.uuu oonu win only buy n $50 bond IN II. S. down goes his name on tho nlnk ' Theso cards will be handled tho name as tho yellow cards they will bo re- URGES BOfJD SALE , .. uio viihl'u oy At. county riiairmnn .mil Ms exfcstlve crir.mitUcs. The will then bo glvon another nn. Durlna Civil Var Need Was Great, Liberty or Death, Issue In War of portunlty to Increase lib subscrlp'lon Revolution, Is Issue In the but Financial System Did to its proper nmount, and. fnilliw In ' Great World War. Not Equal Present. this, tho cards will bo forwaidcd to years Ono hundred and forty-thre,the Federal government for such ac Dy William Chauneey Langdon. ago In tho Provincial Convention at tion ns tho 1'edoral ngens deem L. R Chittenden, Lincoln's Register Richmond, Va., Patrick Henry, palruprr. Kach sjnto In each of tho Federal of tho Treasury, tells in this "Person.il triot to the Inst drop of his heart's fmescrvo Districts has similar nlans. Recollections of President Lincoln" of blood, flung into the faces of his was Innd no mnn mny bo n slacker without the anonymous Englishman who canio vering fellow delegates his now forward in 18G2 to lend the United call to arms. Lttio knowledge of Uncle Sam. States $5,000,000, and tho hercule'in "Mr. President," ho cried, "If wo efforts made to repay him. mean to preserve inviolato those InBARBERS WILL BUY BONDS British shipbuilders were constructestimable privileges for which we ing twcvarmored vessels for the Con- have been so long contending; If we lUnlon Secretary Asks Them to Share federacy. Our Minister, Charles Fran-el- s mean not basely to abandon the noble Good Fortune With Gov. Adams, secured the issue of a re- struggle in which wo have been so straining order Just in time, but it long engaged and which wo havo ernment. could not be enforced until damages pledged ourselves never to abandon Union barbers In St. Louis who n. had .been secured by the deposit of until the glorious object of our conicently have been benefited by an $5,000,000 sterling in gold coin, with test shall be attained, we must fight! In their wage scale, aro being gold at 1C0! Where could he get it? "Our brethren are already in tho There was no tnsked by F. A. Holler, secretary of caolo field! Why stand we here Idle? What then. "When he had given up all hope is It that gentlemen wish? What JJ.ocnl No. 102, Journeyman International Union of Anu-rlcin of urresting these vessels, a quiet would they have? Is life so dear or Bshare their good fortuno with their gentleman called upon him and asked peace so sweet as to bo purchased at Ccountry. If he might be favored with the opporthe price of chains nnd slavery? ForHeller Is advislnc thn morn tJi.m tunity of making the deposit of coin bid it, Almighty God! I know not S.C00 members of tho local cmft tn In. rcquued by thu order." The only con- what course others may take; but as Mrai buuiu oi meir earnings in Liberty dition was that his name should not for me, give me liberty or give mo fWonds. Haircuts nro now costing 35 be made known. death!" In this war many Englishmen and 'Cents. There spoke a patriot true. And be 'M Under tho new scalo barbers are others whose names we do not know won his fight. Liberty's struggle was getting n guarantee of $16 a week and have supplied us with money or Its long and trying, but victory came st VCO cents on every dollar over $24 n value with munitions, nnd men, and last. And the shield of freedom, blaswoon that a barber takrs In. Tin. safety, and Immunity from German zoned upon the doorways of a new IboHs" barbers, or shon nrnnrlptrvr. nation, has grown brighter and more uttack. t To this, our have Inaugurated a hlcher clmrn nn benefit, resplendent with the passing of the Ishaves and haircuts to meet the in- - hundreds of thousands of anonymous years, until It stands today an inspira crensed pay of tho men at the chairs. Englishmen and Frenchmen and Ital- tion for all tho world. j "Thero can bo no bettor Inveatttimit Yet over yonder across tho sea the ians and Belgians have contributed. Shall we not repay them promptly mailed fist of Prussian autocracy is Ktban a Liberty Uond," said Heller. "I tftwoiiiu iiko to see our men, who aro In kind by coming to their aid with raised in menace. Its shadow Is growj,now getting a share of the prosperity money and munitions and ships and ing smaller, but it Is a shadow still. :njui.ii uiu war nas urougnt to some men, to the safety from German fury It has lost some of Its power, but the And all iSJfields of industry, help our govern- - of those who remain, or of their will to strike Is yet there. privileges" those "inestimable ijnent in turn. So I am telllnc them widows and children? of Xo divert sonio of their earnings to This will cost! Will YOU help? which Patrick Henry spoke aro threatHow much? How soon? Buy a Lib- ened nnd will continue so to be until Liberty Bonds." erty Bond nnd thus pay a little toward 'Prusslanism is crushed utterly. "Our brethren aro already In the the freedom you have enjoyed thus WHAT WE CAN DO far, as well as contrlbuto toward the field! Why stand wo idle hero?" Think but n moment on stricken Insuring of a like freedom and, wo romlnent Kentucky Educator Points trust, of an even greater liberty for France, on pillaged Belgium, on outOut Duty of American. raged Serbia, on every land upon all in the years to come! which the polluting hand of the Hun IJy FRANK L. McVEY, NO NEW AUTO BUYS BONDS has fallen, and fancy what our portion will be if that same mailed fist U President University of Kentucky. loosed upon our shores. H There are a number of things that Liberty Loan Speaker Enlivens AsThen loosen your purse strings. Buy uu iu iuid war. oumo oi us semblage of Missouri Dentists. "" Liberty Bonds. ican do nil of thorn. Any of us can do Patrick Henry was right. Death ipart of thorn. Theso things aro: Dr. Val Kunz, a dentist, of 3258 would be immeasurably preferable. . to enlist. South Jefferson avenue. Is going to !. To go in tho draft. rattle along In his old automobile for THE FARM AND THE NATION i. To worjc for tho government. nnomer season, at least. :. To buy bonds. The doctor hadn't intended to. In Agriculturists Must Do Their Bit and i. To save food Help Win World War. materials and fact, he had all but closed a deal that ney by buying bonds. would have given him a much better Every now and then, In driving .Unless thero are materials and food machine In exchange for his old ono through tho country, ono sees a parIflao tnun nhn nnllut ..1a .... l it.. and $1,000 "boot." ticularly well kept farm. Everything tstiraft, or who work for tho governmont But Just at this point Dr. Kunz atjbannot bo maintained. The means by tended a meeting of the St. Louis Is In shape nnd everything indicntes farm r jwhlch tho government gets food and Dental Society at the St. Louis Club. prosperity. Thesecret is n success. What Is tho of this? It is . materials and pays wages Is through Among thu speakers at that meeting khe sale of bonds. This is tho key, was Thomas Q. Dlx, a speaker for that eerybody on the place Is a busy ' and when tho government has tho tho Liberty Loan Organization of the man, helping himself and helping the funds it can go on with tho war. If Eighth Federal Reserve District, which others. AH work and nil work togethIt does not havo them its efforts must Is backing thu Third Liberty Loan er. No matter what the weather, no matter what attacks tho crops, no 'cease. Tho duty of tho patriotic cltl- - drive. s, matter what the market, tho business ,,'xcn Is npparcnt. Mr. Dlx brought home to tho assemprospers. wr i tho bled dentists . This country '''..... . FARMERS MUST BUY success of the thu Importance of that war. Now Is Is engaged In a big loan in a manner iWHY tho tlmo for everybody "raised 'em from their chairs." wv Early next morning Dr. Kunz got to work and work hnrd and help him'Besides Being Patriotic, Their Invent- self and the other man in thu automobile trade If ono is others. Tho best way to help, not nt tho front fighting, ii, "vt H ar1ft ment Provides Nation With on thu phone. to help finance tho undertaking. We Shipping Facilities. ttjTF' ; "It's nil off," said Kunz. "Why what you meant" asked the can't fall If we at homo do our share ' when wo havo men at tho front makSorae farmera muy not understand astonished trader. ing the supreme sacrifice. V, iJMBt wnai is me Bignincanco or ehlp- "I heard a Liberty Loan speaker flK1 bi'lldlng to them. Buy Liberty Loan Bonds. They fail to seo last nlcht." sab! Dr. Kunz. "And I've how they aro to be benefited when tho I concluded that Undo Sam needs nonoy they lend the government by lust ;; ( my dollars more than I need another WHAT YOUR BOND WILL DO ; ' purchasing Liberty Bonds Is spent for The farmer who purchases a $1,000 automobile. I bought n few hundred ,' jhips that Ball the seas they never dollars' worth of tho other loans, i Liberty Bond need not think he has , pave seen. thought I was doing my full duty. I not done anything toward directly pro'.' 'Ships today nro carrying our farm thought I was a sacrificing American. viding tho War Department with thi products to Europe. If thero nro no means to defeat tho Kaiser and hlo Then I forgot all about it. jshlpa the farmer's goods never would "Henceforth I'm eating, sleeping armies. When tho War Department ireach the market. If German war, 1'vo been a slack- gots $1,000 it has tho funds whereIwere' dynamiting freight car instead nnd living this er, In so far as making the sacrifices with to equip 25 soldiers nnd furnish a I mm .l.n n h..i ....'. ....a.... ...... .1.1 ... '. Ai UliDHII'a IUU tUIJIlV. o utuio VIUU1U UUl .T.. 25 this them with two rifles each. M. evealreach tho Chicago and Kansas that nn American should mako Iu 1.000 me,n may, by holding a shell Thesoor a My hole Cltyjranrkots. Wo must havo ships to cause. That deal is off. I section of a trench, decide a battle can other "'1 etTour produce to market. Honda will and every Liberty dollar Good-bye.- spans that will dqcldo this war la our favoi. goes Into Bonds. theiu, plbulld Two colors nro boIiir to figure prom- front, Our soldier boys, tho flower of our Who answered Freedom's cnll And are gladly giving nil For liberty, for Justice nnd for truth. Wo aro working for our heroes The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over over 30 years, has borne the signature of CZ&7!rtf,f Sjff " feSll m0yf and has been made under his! per- sonal supervision since its infancy. nQ (; tQ front, at the bear tho brunt of shot nnd shell. For, backed by lovo untold, And bullets mndo of gold, They will rescuo all tho world from German Hell. backing up our sailors on tho sea, So gallantly astnndlng by their guns, 'Mid perils of tho deep Where deadly creep To do the baneful bidding of tho Huas! Wo nro up our blrdmen at the front, Whoso dauntless souls no senso of fear can know. Patrolmen of the sky, O'er hostile lines they fly To guard tho guns on "firing lino" below. Wo nro backing Who nobly All Counterfeits, Imitations and " d " are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. Just-as-goo- deCeJvC y0U Jjj lhlg Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age Is Its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has been In constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural Bleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTOR'IA GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS (IF yrtaears the Signature of 'f. liui-Mdu- arc backing up our servlco at the front, Where toll of pain doth mark each victory won, That nur?o with Cross of Red Mny hover o'er each bed To soothe and comfort every mother's Wc son. Wo are backing up our colors In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought TMK CtNTAUW COMANV, NRW YORK CITV, o front, at tho Old Glory shall never brook disgrace. O lift It high nnd higher, A world-famou- That its message may inspiro spirit of for tho race. world-freedo- To back our allied forces at tho front Is tho urge of our Liberty Loan campaigns. Each Liberty Bond wo hold Is a handicap of gold To bind tho Beast forevermoro chains. Starck Pianos No Money inAdvnnce Sntinfao (ion Gnar 11 In trans-Atlanti- c lla-bo- re' "Bring your tithes Into my storehouse," Freedom calls, Mnko every hoarded dollar do Its share; With patriotic thrill And zeal of Bunker Hill Roll up millions for the boys "over there." WHAT A BOND WILL BUY Even a $50 Investment Will Do Much for Some Boy "Over nntoed JoSswwsRf 111 n LowcNtNet Prices Fact "i-- VK P. A. ETARCK PRESIDENT Eniii.at TcrniB A 200 Saving oi SlOO to From Factory Direct IN YOUR y "There." When you subscribe to the next Liberty Loan you not only make a good Investment, but contribute in a .direct and practical way to feeding and equipping tho army or navy. Here are a few of the things even a small investment in the bonds will accomplish. They are taken from a list prepared by the Treasury Department, and thero are many others: One $50 bond will buy trench knives for a rifle company, or 23 hand grenades, or 14 rifle grenades, or 37 cases of surgical instruments for enlisted men's belts, or 10 cases of surgicai instruments for officers' belts. A $100 bond will clothe a soldier, or feed a 6oldier for eight months, or purchase fivo rifles or 30 rifle grenades, or 43 hand grenades, or 25 r pounds of ether, or 145 bags, or 2,000 surgical needles. A $100 and a $50 bond will clothe and equip an Infantry soldier for service overseas, or feed a soldier for a year. Two $100 bonds will purchase a horse or mule for cavalry, artillery or other service. Three $100 bonds will clothe a soldier and feed him for ono yenr In France, or buy n motorcycle for a machine gun company. Four $100 bonds will buy an outfit. 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Thero is an expression about "raising the wind," meaning that ono Is raising the money for some venture. Uncle Sam Is raising the wind at this time for one of the biggest Jobs he ever has had on his hands. It Is up to all of us to help out. Tho purchase of Liberty Bonds will mako certain tho turning of the machinery that will defeat the common enemy. THE MOVIE SHOWS HELP Tho motion picture exhibitors of Los Angeles have Inaugurated n move- You can bo a Buccess, and a big success, if you have AMBITION, ERERGY, NERVE. The road to success is easy if you are properly prepared. A Business Education is the chief requisite for preparedness. The big men of today almost without exception are the men who prepared yesterday. We prepare you for the position that are waitin for the prepared man or woman. School in session the entire year. Pupils may enter at any time and receive proper classification. i' 1 V " ment for "Liberty Loan Night," at every theater In the city, In accordance with plans now being formulated by a couimltteo of tho Nations 1 Association of Motion Picture Industry. Exhibitors throughout tho United States will bo supplied with posters, slid"1- - nnd ninr Hiatal Ul to bo Used by thu theaters iu tins cuuipaign. i Itiiii Ct-KXWffr- Business il (Incorporated) Hi 1 OWENSB0R0 KY. tK )MM 'r- - Money must in tho wrong direction. STRAY STREAKS bo earned beforo It can bo loaned, stopping of Industry for a and this (By Fluko McFluko.) Published Weekly by single- day will result in n loss of rniNTlNQ COMPANI many millions of dollars to tho peoHAKTF0RD Somo of tho good ladles about this Incorporntcd ple. It wero better to keep the W. S.TINSLEY, wheels of Industry turning, and tnko Burg, "whoso names wo dare not . SMITH, , s. President more time If necessary to sell bonds. mention" who havo long alnco turned their backs upon tho ago of giddy has girlhood" should, collectively, break Ono useful lesson this war Editor HKNRV THOMAS 1HN world is that socialism will up a few old fg, . TINSLEY, Associate Editor taught tho not stand tho strain of violence, and musty Bachelor dives llko nd Business Mnnngcr. tho expcrlenco of Russia will stand those ninlntnlncd by E. Y. Park; Ben as a warning against Taylor; Arthur Kirk; Jim Gillespie, to law nt the Portotflw for centuries Bctered nrvordln When authority broko ct nl. HarMord, Ky.. n mnll matter ot the Kpcond socialism. down in that now unhappy country ele. John Henry's making himself a tho Socialists wero for tho flrst time, to on a largo scalo, given a free hand garden, says ho Is going to get tho communlcatlona Address all started and after his and the result appalls tho world. Tho said garden down from Louisville, ark Hartford Republican. wlfo comes Russian Socialists counted confiden- next month, war It out with Iter as tially upon their German brethern to who Is who. when It comes to NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS recognizing their beautiful spirit of tending tho aforementioned garden. desiring the imr wnt to anew BnbBcrlbcra Thomas but tho answer camo We aro guessing that Mrs. have to Iddrpet must Rive the old nildnw. In ninktoR the will bo deserted and will In tho burnished sword and tho Iron mako reqnrat. the fight for vegetables alone Socialism Is now but a shat- and unassisted. nnalneaa Locnta nnd Not lira 10c per line nnd 8c heel. nilillttonnt Insertion. r line for each tered dream. Obttnarlea, Kraolntlon. nnd Cnrd ot TliaoLa;5r A Rial went to church somo tlmo money In ndTiinre. line, Of all tho foolish fallacies of recent ago, and as is customary, tor eerrlcen tree, but other Church Notlrea indulgence tho "daylight saving" hob- home, a good and pious Bro. asked dvertlement. 5c mr line. The Albert how ho liked tho sormon. Anonymous commnnlcatlona will receive no by is tho most barren of merit. twenty-fou- r Mention hours long, Tho Kaiser replied, "ho didn't 'pear day is Just to git much outen it"; Said pious Broand no legislative expedient can ther replies,"I guess not, ono to propTBLSPJIOITEO. lengthen It. Saving an hour in tho erly appreciate tho sermon would 123 morning nnd wasting it in tho even- havo to bo fairly well educated or at Cu.so.'bexla.xid. C9 Rial aXvital ing gets us nowhere. The agricul least of averagesaylntellgcnco. more, "nothln" savs ho didn't tural pcoplo are paying no attention but would like to know just what the APRIL 20 to it, and except in the best disciplin said pious person meant. F1MIMY ed offlces, it actually results In loss of Employes, long accustomed It's reported to Fluke, that Mayor time. Tho first year of America's par- to a fixed time for rising, become Bean & tho Cop Pete Casebler wero order ticipation In the war cost the country habitually lato at the office or work forced to take to the street inon tho to keep from being run over one million dollars an hour. shop, and the result is an unavoidable side walk, when a lady rodo her delay in bogjnnjng the days work. horso out of tho rear door ot the It 'pears to us that Dlllio Hryan Is Any regulation affecting long estab- livery stable and up to tho Thomas keep tho camp doing miglitly little to M. this week. lished habits and customs of the peo- corner ono A. llres of patriotism burning In this ple must necessarily produce confuNeeding Thomas, the editor on country just now. If the new business of very urgent importance sion and disorganization. permanent the other afternoon and nfter comb"Scandalous inefficiency" Is the one order of tlmo wero made him for two hours, ing tho public would gradually adjust as a tho town forwo went to his room, sentence that adequately describes last chance to its operation, but making found John backed up to a window, the Postofflco Department under the itself tho change occur twice a year Is in air laden with apparent brimstone administration of nurleson. worse than foolish. However, noth- and other things we prefer not to needle in ono hand mention, with Why doesn't somebody call tho ing but a trial will convince your and a pleco of a thread in tho other ago average apostle of change that the es- We asked John what in tho thunder Kaiser's attention to a long tlmo saying of his partner, that "them as tablished order of things, growing and lightening he was doing up there live by the sword must dio by the out of tho experience of a hundred that long after work time. Ho said a generations, should bo departed from his pants were badly ripped toInthe sword." place whero he couldn't get with caution. rent without taking them off or down. One of tho rules of tho Ohio county and as he was beginning to get so Mutual Telephone company provides MARRIAGE LICENSE. that he could not see very well after dark, so ho thought ho would ju-- t that "social conversations aro not II. L. Hoskins, Beaver Dam. 47, to simply thread his needle and get permitted when tho lino Is required Centertown, 24, to ready to work on the trousers after for business messages." Tho direct- Maymo Boyd, each. supper, but so far he had not been marriage for ors of tho company would add much William Virgil Peyton, Wysox, 22 able to hit tho blamed eye In the Wo took tho needle, to tho usefulness of tho system if they to Bertha Ilosklns, Beaver Dam, IS durn needle. Louis Boyd, Centertown, 21 to thinking to help the old man, but would require tho operators to enat a glance saw that Thomas had Mamye Buckley, Centertown, 1". force this rule. to thread James Leonard Morris.Bureau, 111., been trying for two hours broken offa needle with the eyo end Tho most noticablo characteristic to Ida May Wright, Horton. 15 Loraine, Ohio, V. of tho soldier who has fought in tho 32 Karl LucyHoffman, Royal, Fords-vlll- e, OFF FOR THE CLOUDS to Francis is his intense In Franco trenches 21. savage hatred of the Hun. Tho 8e Young Park Taylor left Wednesday cruelty of tho German army has TO HOYS AND GIRLS. NOTICE morning for Columbus, Ohio, where aroused the hatred of tho world.but It ho will enter tho University of Ohio nowhere appears In such fiery fury Mr. O. G. Hanklns, District Agent Aviation Training School. Sailing as In the breast of tho soldier who for this district will bo with us Fri- tho Ocean blue of French skies, with has witnessed it at close range. day and wishes to meet all tho mem-bo- German search lights and guns trained on tho sailer Is of the club here that nornlng at Our Democratic friends have decided to display a magnanimous non- 10 o'clock. Messrs. Heavrin & Bar-ra- one of tho most perilous services of havo very kindly offered us partisan spirit and nominato no candidates against Senator Nelson, of their opera houso and we will meet Mlnnesota.and Representatives.Kahn, there at that time. Mr. Hanklns wishes to talk to you of California and Slenim, of Virginia. not let tho about tho work for this year and will Tho Republicans should Democrats outdo them In generosity, also have his lantern with him and and should nominate no candidate for will show you some pictures on tho N United States Senator in Mississippi, screen illustrative of this work.and and none for Congress in tho First I hope as many of you will como as D can and bring any ono along with Kentucky district. you who Is interested in your work. W. W. BROWDER, "Uncle Bill" Schooler, recently County Agent. managing editor of tho Somerset e News, has gono to Twin ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE. Falls, Idaho, where ho will be employed on tho Twin Falls Times. Kentucky loses ono ot its brightest All persons having claims against and all round newspaper tho estate of J. N. Shrove, deceased, men In tho passing of "Undo Bill", aro heroby directed to present samo and Idaho newspapcrdom Is tho rich- to mo properly proven, on or beforo er by his location in its bailiwick. Juno 1, 191S, or they will be forever Good luck to you "Undo Bill" in barred. your new Held of Journalism. This April 20, 101S DAVE TUTTLE, Admr., Tho pcoplq aro responding with unEstate J. N. Shrovo.deceased, stinted hand to tho government's call Fordsvlllo. Ky., R. 2. for money. Billion after billion is pouring from tho pockots of tho peo-pl- o Wednesday, April 3, was a peak Into tho federal treasury. No- day In sale of war saving stamps, body asks how it is being spont. Do- when 4,120,932 was recorded at tho g llars aro negllglblo when tho country Treasury for tho day's roceipts from in peril. But those in authority stamp sales. should have a caro as to how this a& monoy Is spont. AVhon tho war is ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE over this debt will become a burden, irkiioino to moot, and tho people will All persons having claims against thon demand an accounting of whoro tho estate of Milton Black, deceased, thulr money wont. are hereby uotiflod to present tho samo, properly proven, to mo on or The prosenco of a dozen wltnossoa, I I, H ! IIBMWI iiMUMII McIIonry, in court lioro Monday bofore tho first day of Juno, 191S, or from to teutify in a cave that several days they will bo forever barred. V. S. CARSON, Admr. boforo had been set over until SaturEstate Milton Black, deceased day, la one of thorn hardship that Hartford, Ky. uUould not occur. 'I bono people, wv-orof whom were mliiera, loat J'OR SALE. dollars In vbk3 in addition to the oxpwiaea of tho trip. Attorney One complete set of carpttiter tooln should use diligent caution to avoid in good okMt. Will Mil client) it unnecessary PHttlUK witnesses to such tuken at once. We are not crlllclBing tho SJterincee. W. S. TOMS, nttorueys in the pttitlcular case meu-- t llnrtfoul. Ky. . . toned hut morely urglu a general FOR HALN. rule of action in suuh cases. One bedstead, spring, mnttroaa Call We are loth to oritiulse those and drawer. MRS. OLLIK HARNohargad with the big responsibility of ETT, Hartford Ky. 88tf cunduetlim the war, but to us Secretary aleAitoo's asking the governors LOST. as HARTFORD, ot all tho btatos to designate y Lot on Hartford and Livarujoro u holiday to stimulate tho salo of road ona Hood from a Nan oar. tin. mtatggffiiVVVfUSSKBSKlXySAtii Liburty Ilonds appoars n stroke turn to M. D. KING, Hartford, Ky. (The Hartford Republican POULTRY WANTED FARMERS MARKET YOUR HENS NOW DON'T WAIT TILL THE GLUT I ON. We will load car of poultry at Rockport, Ky.,lhrough the Rockport Coal Co., Tuesday and Wednesday, April Sec-Trea- bottlc-bollttcrc- d, d, te the persons mentioned above. We will pay you every cent we can, and will meet all legitimate competition. 30 and May 1; at Beaver Dam, through Cooper Bros., Thursday, May 2; at Horse Branch, through W. R. Daniel, Friday, May 3; and at Fordsville, through Miss Malcom Wise, telephone exchange operator, Saturday, May 4. If you have any poultry sell it now. For prices call, beginning Monday, April 29, any of rnnoio' S. MOSKOWITZ CO. Evansville, Indiana. wiwwmw soldiering, but wo hope this daring young man will return safo and sound, to Hartford after killing a thousand Huns. e ESTRAV NOTICE. Taken up as an cstray by S. A. Ashby, on April 12, 191S, ono Jersey steer, with crop and split In right ear, about two years old. Will weigh 500 pounds. I havo not changed or altered tho marks on same. Said steer was taken up on my premises. S. A. ASHUY. Subscribed and sworn to beforo me by S. A. Ashby, this April 15th, G. W. ROWE, J. P. O. C. 191S. Tho said steer appraised and valued by E. C. Royal at ?35. Subscribed and sworn to by E. C. Royal, this April 15, 19 IS. G. W. ROWE, J. P. O. C. 12tl t I LUMBER Sash, Doors : Columns, Millwork : The best made. We have it. Ready to ship. Prices right. Quality right. I x i Write for our close prices on anything that you may need in this line. Prompt estimates furnished, and quick shipment made. t 4 Fordsville Planing Mill Co., (Incorporated) JnUe Wilson, Malinger. " Fordsville, Kentucky. X m rs anti-aircra- ft ss CONDUCTOR IN SANITARIUM. Capt. George J. Arnold, conductor on tho Owcnsboro branch of tho Illinois Central railroad, who has Ssl been off duty for several months on account of his health, is recuperating at Hazelwood Sanitarium, near Capt. Arnold is very popLouisville. ular with tho patrons of tho branch line, nnd wo hopo he may soon bo able for duty again. A Doubly Interesting Announcement New Welworth Blouses Are Here No Advance in Price TEAMS Pis Illustrating one of tho now jlpa1 Priced nlways nut ; Semi-Week- ly WANTED! Wanted 15 or 20 teams with 10 Welworth Models Mmm ccry- - fvmm ever-growing ' where nt Just two dollars i or 12 laborers to work on Hartford and Owensboro road. Work to begin May 1. Will pay drivers, and B 50c per Hour for Teams II With Drivers, and 20c per Hour for Laborers I The popularity of Welworth Blouses is clue to their superior excellence and to the ability of the manufacturer to continue to offer them in the same high standard of workmanship and material at no advance in price. 1 '" & Foresight in material purchases many of which were bought several months ago at prices which represent very substantial savings combined with the unique and economy-effectin- g method under which 1 they are made and sold accounts for this fortunate condition. M i ev-ar- al al 48-tl- p. stricting many kinds oi labor, but it is encouraging the building of roads as a necessary means of bringing production to market. or Telephone Applications must be in by May 1. The Federal Government is re You will have to see these exceptional Blouses 3 to realize how much your money will buy; thev represent the latest and smartest styles and are equalled in value'and service giving qualities. un- x WELWQRTH BLOUSES ARE SOLD HERE ONLY 40-- H MACK C00K3 - County Judge KENTUCKY. wacwuK&sg&sszsisxas Yi Carson 6l Co, HARTFORD, KY. J gHESagnn-jTrJ- 4: 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 Get thnt Bluo Bird Plow you prom Superintendent E. S. Howard nnd ised yourself, from W. E. ELLIS & Profs. Henry Leach, J. F. Drunor and I1RO. 41t4 J. T. Hoagland nro in Louisvlllo attending the- Kentucky Educational Mr. Finis Wnllnco, of Bennetts, Is Association meeting. a recent addition to nutomobllo tax payors. Mr. A. II. Pato, conductor oil nn intcr-urba- n lino out of Grand VIow Mrs, Eck Rial returned Monday Ind., was in Hnrtford Wednesday. from n fow days visit with relatives at Mr. Pato Is a former citizen of Narrows, In this county. Dukchurst. - 444444 What Is Tie Farmer Going To Do ABOUT Cream Silos THE SCARCITY OF FARM LABOR? The only remedy we can see is in Separators. 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. onco, on account of tho critical i ! ness of his brother, Dr. Mrs. Luclnda Fronch, nn old nnd has pneumonia fever. Charlie, who respected lady of Ccntcrtown died of pneumonia, Sunday nornlng. Tho colored citizens, of Haytl, will banquet tho colored linvs rnllnrl hum s. paper for draft service. Knnilnv nteht PnMi Wo nro now solllnk McNary will have charge of tho enbags for sacking country hams. tertainment, nnd of providing homes W. E. ELLIS & BRO. 48-lb- Wnlter Wedding and Harnett Mr. M. L. Heavrln rrrr''v,l n tnK left Wednesday for Mlddleton, egram from Louisville, ye j:c , d vising mm to come to luat Vv il Colorado. Sul-long- cr -- Manure Spreaders. Wagons Ilugglcs Ci.rn ... IMPROVED FARM MACHINERY The world is looking to you for food, and yours is the task of furnishing more food with less help. Our experience and that of experts in the implement line are at your disposal. We will gladly advise and assist you in eveiy way possible, and in order to do this we must know what you desire. Place a cross (X) beside any of the articles enumerated in which you are interested and mail to us. Don't buy until we see you we can save you money. Don't lay this aside. Mail it to-da- Cultivators !)! Ifumms. it'dlnr; Pious AVuIkliiK M...(i ' i for tho boys that night. New Shoes and Slippers. Come in Patent Leather, Vici Kid, Gun Metal, and Chocolate. All the latest last, including the popular English model. ilro cure Harness I 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. Alva J. Hoops, a soldier whoso Sheriff Ilrntchcr and his deputies homo was at Wysox, died of pneumo- aro horoby notified that tho board of nia, at Camp Shelby, Miss., Friday. supervisors havo adjourned, and thnt our good friend C. I. Maxoy Is auain Mr. It. IJ. Martin went to Crom- nvallablo for jury service. well yostcrday to attend his sLstor, Mrs. Tom Strntton, who is seriously County clerk Claudo niankenshlp, ill. and Mr. Chester Leach, of Beaver Dam, wont to Louisvlllo Monday Mr. J. I. Goodman, foreman of the morning, whoro Mr. Leach will take Herald office, went to Owcnshoro Fit-- u treatment under a specialist. relay for a brief stay with his Dr. D. E. Stowart, of Dundee loft Wednesday for Hoboken, N. J., to re Mrs. Hettio Itowan, of Llvcrmore, port for army service. Dr. Stewart arrived Wednesday to bo tho guest of was recently commissioned a LieutenMr. and Mrs. John C. Ulley, for a fow ant in tho Army Medical Corps. days. Tomato Plants Ponda Ilosa and Mrs. Holllo Hays, of Owcnsboro, camo up yesterday to attend tho "Maulo's Enormous. Straight hot funeral and burial of Miss Popple bed plants 10c per dozen. TransNail. planted plants 15c per dozen. 41t3 H. E. MISCHKE. Any one wanting ice call W. E: Ico Feed Field Seeds.. Garden Tools Nails Staples y. Name Address. 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. J. D. Williams & Sons BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. ! 4v44sVfr STRAWBERRY PICKERS WANTED. We will pay TEN CENTS per gallon for picking Strawberries this season. Board can be obtained for 12c per meal and lodging free with the grower you pick for. Pickers must bring their own bedding, and arrange with the Manager before you come so arrangements can be made to care for you. The picking season begins about May 15th. Write the Manager for any information you may want. H. D. GRAHAM, Manager, New Ties and Sox. Not completely dressed until you get a new Tie and Hose. Our line is varied, and consists of the very latest. Ties from 25c to $1.00. Hose from 15c to $1.00. See us. MEN, when in need call on us, and remember that it pays to trade with a house that saves you money. $ will leave you Ico. Hnrlnn Tinsley, who is in the last 42tl ELLIS ICE CO. call mndo for registrants, and who has been employed in Ohio for some time, TOMATO PLANTS Earliana, arrived homo Tuesday. Pondorosa, etc., 10c per doz., 25c per Herman Itcnfrow, son of Dr. T. D. 3 doz. and GOc per 100. By mail, 5c ltenfrow, of Livermorc, and a khnki per package extra. E. M. MORTON, boy, at Hattiesburg, was in Hartford 40tf Centertown, Ky. tho first of tho week. If you want Mr. S. O. Kcown was in Louisvlllo ovcral days tho first of tho week pay cash. This visiting his son, . Lieut. Gilmoro less of rating. to get tickets Kcown, at Camp Taylor. Ice. ico buy ico books or applies to all regard Will instruct driver or cash or not leavo Ellis' residence, clthei phone, or tho Do not say to delivery boy "let mo plant over Homo phone. havo ico and I will pay you in tho ELLIS ICE CO. 42t4 morning." Pay him now and ho V4 k The Hartford Pr$l)AY, lb, H. & ST. Ii. Republican APltlli 20 It. It. TIME TABLE. o. 113 due at Ellmltch 8:33 p. m. ffo. 110 due at Ellmltch 7:30 a.m. . Ill Lv. Ellmltch 3:40 p.m. 5:35 p.m. Ar. Irvlngton , Lt. Irvlngton . 5:56 p.m. Ar. Louisville .. 7:40 p.m. 8:36 a. m. IN. Ill Lv. Louisvlllo Ar. Irvlngton , 10:06 a. m. Lr. Irvlngton ;10:40 a.m. Mr. F. L. Felix, who lias been iu 1:04 p. m. tho south for several months, camo Ar. Ellmltch E. R. It. TIME TABLE. homo Tuesday. IL, II. ELLIS ICE CO., returned ' Hartford, Ky. yesterday from Hopklnsvlllo, where 42t4 ho had gono to seo his father, Samuel After only two days illness, Mrs. Litchfield, who is seriously ill. Eastman Kodaks and films, at J. S. E. Clark, of near Beda died of I). Tappan's. County Attorney A. D. KlrK was measles, Thursday night of last week. funeral services by out of town a few days, beginning Afterremains wero. burled Rev. Fuqua, her Judge W. II. Barnes was in Evans-vlll- o In Mt. with Saturday. Wo know whore ho cemetery. Sho was about forty on legal business tho first of years old and leaves a husband and was, but wo aro not telling lt. tho week. four children. Tho Junior Red Cross girls aro Hny Bennett, who lins been In Mr. Forest Hardin, of Livermore, to'com- Ohio for Homo tlmo past nrrlved hero sewing industriously, in order was In town Wednesday. Mr. Hardin pleto their last allotment of garments yesterday. beforo tho final school examinations, will act as a deputy sheriff temporarily, for tho purpose of, assisting in Mr. Iteet Clark, of Sunn dale, niado a business trip to Moorman As an Inducement to sell Ico books serving notices of tho board of Wednesday. will sell books at 5 per cont discount; a $2.00 book for $1.90. Itov. A. D. Litchfield Car-m- el !S$$$$ Laddies Coed Bowling Green, Ky. JM' Suits S ... South Bound, No. 115 Dr. J. S. Beau, of Horso Branch, .....9:05 a. m. Due at Hnrtford was hero Tuesday, visiting his father, North Bound, No. 114 6.46 p. m. Dr. L. B. Bean. Due at Hartford (Both "Mixed" Trains.) Miss Annio Carter, of Simmons, is in Louisvlllo attending tho Kentucky Educational Meeting. Personal News 'rl ) V ' and Social Euents, t Mrs. O. M. Shults, of Auburn, arrived In Hnrtford Saturday for a brief visit with friends. Messrs, J. W. Condlt and Cyrus Tlchenor, of Centertown, woro callers at this olllco Wednesday. Hay for Salo. U. S. Carson. Mrs. Harry Shanks, of Louisvlllo, Mr. E. M. Royal, of Fordsvillo was wns hero yesterday to nttond tho funIn town Tuesday. eral of Miss Popple Null. In , Miss Edna Black Is visiting frionds Frankfort tljls week. Esqulro Will Edgo, of Mngan, was ticket books nro worthless ondorsed on back by W. E. Ellis, 42t4 ELLIS ICE CO. Ico Mrs. C. F. Schnpmlro Is vory low, and nt tho hour of going to press, was Mall expected to llvo only a fow hours. , For Salt" Tomato Plants. - ECK ItlAL. . qrders solicited. Ml&scs Artlo May and Clara Rob-orts. $ ? will spend tho week end with Mrs. Lucllo Crowdor, of California, is, visiting relatives at Itoslno. Miss Marllssa Fostor, near Ilollln. weelifwlth In to seo us Wednesday. Jfk Magglo Griffin is spending t'lw, if tho friends in Owonsboro. Mrjund Mrs Hondorson Murphroo speiUltho day In Owonsboro, Tuesday. Mr. Lyman Bnrrott, manager of tho Hnrtford Herald, spent Sunday with his motlior, nt Barretts Forry. Attornoy 6tto Martin wont to Hopklnsvlllo Wodnosdny, whoro ho Is MrsS T. Hunter, of Mntanzas, Is engaged in a caso in circuit court. visiting her son, Mr. Owon Huntor. Mr. Elmo Jonoa loft Tuesday for Tho Junior - Hod Cross recoipta from Boattyvlllo, In Loo county, whoro ho 'Sunda' eggs- donated to dato aro la engaged In work In tho oil fields. $18., u l J Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Potty, of JftlJollod meal and straight meal, will arrive In Hartford Satwado from tho very best corn. urday to visit Judge and Mrs. 'It. ll. & BRO. Wedding. W. E. ELLIS iiJk 1. Hon-dsiso- n, Eminett Willis, son of Mr. and Mrs. m3pcb3 iia,us aiui ji,a3 Jiar gareBTIchonor, of Bcavor Dam, woro I O. P. Willis, of Narrows, la nn hln " nlarrlddT in Jofforsouvlllo, Ind., last way across tho pond, to Join tho forces in Franco. Por-Ishl- Mr. G. B. Likens, of Washington City, camo down Saturday to arrange moving his family to that city. Mr. Heavrin Douglas and Elvis John- Likens' children and his housekeeper ston, soldier boys formerly of Barrets returned with him the first of tho Forry, will leavo within a few dajo week. for tho battlo front, in Franco Mrs. A. K. Anderson, who has been Mr. Ramoy Duke, foronfan of this attending a business collcgo at Bowlolllco, and his wifo spont Saturday ing Green, camo down Saturday to and Sunday in Owensboro, with Mr. visit her family. Sho, with her emDuko's brother, Capt. W. E. Bennett. ployer, nttorney A. D. Kirk, went to Evansvillo Monday to tako some THE SHERIFF BUSY'. Mr. James C. Bennett, of Equality, has sold his farm, and will probably Tho board of supervisors at Us re- movo to Hartford. Mr. Bennott had Miss Minnie Mclntyre, of Center-tow- n, lived on the farm ho Just sold, for wns tho guest of Judge and cont sitting raised tho assessed vala half century- Mrs. R. R. Wedding from Saturday uation of moro than 1100 taxpayers, until Monday. Mis Mlnnlo wns for and tho sheriff and his deputies will Eyes tested, glasses and frames fit- thirteen years oporator at tho local bo as busy as bees for tho next week ted tho best way, nnd guaranteed at telophono exchange, and many pat serving notices on tho persons whoso Why pay boforo-tho-wprices. rons of the system will pleasantly proporty was raised. They will bo moro? No chargo for testing. romenibcr her' for her promptness required to go into ovory preclnci and J. B. TAPPAN, 43-I- t. Jowolor & Optician. and courtesy In handling telophono neighborhood In tho county in tho discharge of this duty, and owing to ' calls. Mrs. Russell Ronm and three tho limited tlmo in which they have children, of Pombroko, arrived In Havo plonty of Ico at plant. Will to do tho work, lt will keep them on guests Hartford yestordny to bo tho of Itov. A. D. LItchliold and family not dollver until weather gets warm tho Jump. for soveral days. enough to Justify running wagon. POULTRY-POULTRFrlco tho season, 80c por cwt. Les3 Bring mo your Junk and get your than 25 lbs. will bo a cent a pound. Tho ombargo on hens has boon feed, fertilizer, seeds and farming By tho block, 50c per cwt. Will boll lifted and wo aro paying 1C cents implomonts. strictly for cash, so please keop ticket por pound for hens and 10 cents por D. L. D. SANDEFUR, books or cash on hand If you expect pound for roosters any tlmo you you house, still wo at Bcavor Dam, Ky. 42t3 to tako ico. May purchaso Ico books to keop our laying hens foradviseeggs, tho all nt plant, from dollvory boy or from nnd BETTER PRICES which are alBy some sort of ovorslght wo gave W. E. Ellis & Bros.' placo of business. most certain to prevail lntor on, yet for you to It Is perhaps advl-'abltho value of oxomptions claimed by ELLIS ICE CO., Idlsnoso of your roostorn Ohio county housekeepers as $5,000,-00- 0, 42t4 Hartford, Ky. Maying lions nt present pricesand non3, when it should havo boon m ' DAVIDSON-SEA-ADAM- S CO. 11UCKNER AT FORDSVILLK. 513. , W. E. Ellis & Bro., Mgrs., Hartford, Ky. Dr. M. G. Bucknor, of Owonsboro, i Miss Elizabeth Davidson, who la tho well known Christian preacher, A CARD OF THANKS. attending school at Loxlngton, ran will bpoak to tho peoplo at FordsWo wish to thank our nolghbors Inovor to Georgetown Saturday to visit villo tomorrow aftornoon in tho klndnoss shown Dr. Misses Willyo Llndloy, and Evelyn terest of tho Liborty Bond sale. repu- and friends for tholr BucUnor Is nn orator of stato us, during our sickness and In tho Fair Thomas, who aro In school at tation, and should havo a liberal death of my bolovcd husband and our tho latter city. hearing father. o Mrs. Pendleton Ward and chlldrou. MEN WITH TEAMS WANTED. FOR SALE 250 largo treos; o-A numbor of men with teams wantwhlto oak, black oak, poplar and rod MAKE THE HEN HELP. gum. i ',& miios trom switcn ami 4 ed to work on tho Hartford and OwBring us your Suudny eggs for tho miles from Green River. Reason for ensboro road, near Aloxander school salo, too largo to handlo on small houbo. Will pay $4.00 por day. See bonoflt of tho Red Cross. Highest cash prices paid at all times. L D. FULKERSON, or. call 0. O. HARDING, mill. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. 41t4 Echols, Ky. 39t4p Hartford, Ky. ELIS ICE COMPANY, Hartford, Ky. Hub Clothing Co. HARTFORD, KY. BALI) KNOB. April 18. Mr. L. L. Leach and son, Shirrol nvulo a business trip to Louisvlllo tho 17tn. Mr. and Mrs. Forest Leach and little 'daughter from Mt. ZIon spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Haven at this placo. Mr. and Mrs. Courtlnnd Taylor and. Uttlo son, Darrol C. and Oswald Dow placo spont Saturday night tglBKunday with her parents, Mr. anfflfca. G. W. Gordon and family, of Prentiss. Mr. and Mrs. Norvnl Leach visited her undo, Mr. James Sanderfur and family of Horton last Sunday. Rev. Win, Embry filled his regular appointment at Mt. Pleasant church last Sunday. Rev. Boyd Browning will fill his regular appointment at this place Saturday night, Sunday and Sunday assssssssssss ethls ar do-llv- or o night. Miss Wlnna Taylor spont Tuosday-nlgh- t with her undo, Mr. E. P. and family. Miss Fannlo Mno Smith 'visited her sister, Mrs. Roy Stowart and family, of Bcavor Dam, last Friday night. Mrs. Pig Porter and son, Claud, of noar Cromwell, spont Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. J. M. Taylor and family and Mr. W. T. Taylor aiuU family. Tho Rob Roy ontortainers, played "The Daughtor of tho Dosort" at McIIanry Wednesday night. Mr. W. T. Taylor is still improving.' San-dorfur $1,-0G- o o- .. t $1 00 Tho Hartford Republican year rMof s Mr. (Joinery "tho fleet corporation TO TAKE ALL IN will tnko your upper nlno floors." "Hard luck," said n friend of tho FII1ST ownor. CLASS "Not on your llfo," replied Mr. "That's the way to do Goinery. thlngR." Draft Quotas To Be Figured "Through tho prompt of Mr. Wldonor nnd Mayor Smith," On Number of Eligiblcs Vi Schwnb enld, "this building was In First List BtiKRestod, and thoy brought mo hero at once to soo it. I can only say that if their promptness Is an indication tu In I may expect Washington. April 20. CoiiRrcsfl tho army draft reg- l'hllndclphin, I am well pleased." linH Just changed the was Mr. "Move in at once," ulations so that men needed In agribo drafted Schwab's instructins to his assistants culture or industry won't boforo leaving town. from ono district whllo workers In im draft-fre- e In annonessentials arc Ciiich, The Doctor Takes the Nature other. Fee. It took nearly thrco months to pass Thnrn Is an old saying that "Naturo "classification bill," but the Job Is the cures, tho doctor takes thefeo," but finally done. as everyone knows you can help NaThe- bill changes apportionment of turo very much and thereby cnnblo as follows: draft quotas drastically, in much less time will be figured on a basis of it to effect a euro Quotas men in Class 1, timn Is usually required. This Is the number of cllgiblo 's trucTof colds. not on a percentage of tho total reg- particulararly Itemcdy relieves tho Couch istration. lungs, liquifies tho tough mucus nnd How 1'Ian Will Work. niiia in lis cxriectoratlon. allays tho If Louisville has fewer physically cough nnd plds Naturo in restoring competent men In Class 1 than has the system to n healthy condition, m another city of tho same size, fewer men will be called from Loulsvlllo I.OYVKH HOUSE HE.1KCTS than from that other city. Or it will WIIKAT 1'IUCK S2..-.- 0 work tho other way around. Uncle Sam will baso his call to Washlngton.April 19. As a result Loulsvlllo on tho number of physical- of tho House action last night in rely fit men In class 1, rather than on jecting the Senate amendment to thp tho total number of males within Agricultural bill, increasing the Gov draft age. ernment guaranteed wheat price to Another Important bill affecting the $2.50 n bushel, the measure went y draft is still tied up In tho House. back to conference with indi This is tho bill to mnko men who cations that tho Senate may recede havo become 21 since last June liable so as not to delay tho appropriation to draft. This bill, tho War Depart- hill. Tho House defeated tho amend ment figures, would let into the draft ment by a vote of 1GS to 98. more than 700,000 now Class 1 men. A price of $2.52 a bushel was fixed It would set far In tho future the day by President Wilson for the 191S crop when men with dependents will have in a proclamation issued last Febru to bo called to the colors. ary, but belief in the Scmito that Both House and Senate havo taken this price was too low was responsible their time In respect to these bills. for a rider to tho Agricultural bill Both wore strongly urged In Gen. providing a new guarantee price of Crowder's report the first week $2.50. in December, when Congress reconfor the present session. vened The "classification bill" was IntroFOR FLETCHER'S duced in tho Senate January 13, and passed March 1. A duplicate of tho Senate bill as o passed was substituted for a House UHGE SENATE TO ADOPT bill on the same subject that had been SUKFIt.VGE AMENDMENT. but it was previously introduced, April 13 before the Senate bill w.;s Indianapolis, Ind.. April. 19 A passed by the House. The total time resolution urging the United States taken to make the bill a law was, Senate to adopt the woman suffrage therefore, nearly three months. amendment to the Federal Constitu-toi- n Recent draft calls have been sent by the war adopted here y out under the old law, because we Executive Council of the National had to have new men to keep our can- American Woman Suffrage Associatonments training facilities at work. tion. The council, which began its The war could not wait on Congress. session yesterday and will close late There was strong opposition to the is considering plans to enlist classification bill, largely dictated by all organizations possible, both of politics. Congressmen and senators men and women, In tho campaign from districts where there is a pre- to write full suffrage In tho National ponderance of Class 1 men were Constitution, and will carry the camafraid to touch a thing that affected paign into tho States to obtain rati their constituents so vitally. fication of the amendment when it Support of tho new law has come has been approved by the United In great measure from country dis- States Senate. tricts, where thero aro fewer unmarried men of draft age, in proportion IS SHE 1UTIMOTIC to population, than in big cities. WKM't JUST LISTEN Congressional action on tho bill to make men who haye reached 21 since New York, April 20. It is some"- registration day subject to draft, has times difficult for perfectly loyal pabeen even slower than that on the triots with Hun affiliations to prove classification bill. their patriotism. A Long Island Introduced in both House and Sen- woman was hailed into court the ate January 15, It has not yet been other day, charged with reported out by the House Military She successfully proved the following items: She was Red Cross Committee. The Senate passed it March 29, but nurso in Belgium; was on the House military committeemen say when sunk; has four brothers they havo no idea when it will bo re- in United States navy; two uncles ported out. with Pershing; two sons in the na tional army, and left husband bo- She was cause ho was $100 Reward, $100 The readers of this paper will be acquitted maxlme cum laudo. pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has OIMKCTOIt THHEATENED been able to cure In all its stages and WITH LONG PHISON TEH.M that Is catarrh. Catarrh being greatly conditions Influenced by constitutional requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Charles Francel Phllllps,"conscien- Catarrh Medicine is taken internally and acts thru the Blood on the Mucous Sur- tlous objector" of New York, will faco faces of the System thereby destroying the foundation of tho disease, giving the the prospects of a thirty-yeterm in patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting naturo in doing Its a military prison If ho continue to work. The proprietors have so much refuse to obey orders upon nla faith In the curative powers of Hall's Catarrh Medicine that they offer One to Camp Upton, according to Hundred Dollars for uny caso that it fails tho unnouncemtnt of government offto cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address P. J. CHENEY ft CO.. Toledo. icials. Phlllipps, who was recently Ohio. Sold by all Druggist. Uc. drafted, not only posed as an objectW or, hut carried this to tho point of J'H'KS HIS Ol'KK'i: IN FOKTV MINUTKS physical resistance after ho reached camp refusing to obey tho orders of his superiors. Ho was finally expellApril 20. Philadelphia, Pa.. Charles M. Schwab, tho now director ed from tho cantonment, the explana general of tho Kniergency Fleet Cor- tion being that his kind was not want poration, was In Philadelphia eighty ed In tho army. Government officials ininutos but it took him less announced that ho will bo taken back than half that tlmo to select n build- to Camp Upton and forced to don an Once enrolled as a ing for tho offices of the corpora- army uniform. boldier ho will bo tried by court-marti- al tion. for any show of obstinacy. Tho steel man called upon Mayor t Smith and told him what ho wanted. SIGNS IJM.li PLACING With Joseph K. Wldonor and tho WOMEN I'NDEH SPY ACT. mayor, Mr. Schwab walked up Broad Washington, April 19. President htreet, a squaro from City Hall, whero y signed the bill extendWilson tlio dlroctor general showed a ing provisions of tho espionage act building just finished. to women, requiring registration of J. K. Comory, ono of tho owners of women enemy aliens. tho structure), had just told n friend that kovoii Hours of tho building wero fully oqulppod und ocuuplod with FOR FLETCHER'S paint hps, ktoro rooms, utc. Tun mlnuttf later Mr. Schwab told I NKJHT ltmnilK CALL ON KANSAS (5KHMANH. HE Hutchison, Kan., April 19. Handbills printed In black Ink nnd signed "night riders" mndo their appearance in tho eastern part of Horton county, where thero Is n largo population of German origin. Tho posters, which woro nailed to barns nnd fenscs, wnrned "Gorman sympathizers nnd Bjiles, Gorman slackers" that n visit from tho "riders" might bo expected. "Wo aro nmong you nnd know nil of those who nro traitors to their country," sny tho posters, "and you may expect a visit from us. Thero You nro either Is no neutral ground. Lino for or against the Government. up nnd get right whllo you have n chanco." Tho night riders, it Is said, announced their presence at each farm houso by firing n pistol. to-da- y Lord Mnyor yestorday, unanimously passed a resolution declaring their determination to resist conscription. Tho resolution was similar to tho ono ndopted by tho Irish bishops at Mny-noo- th earlier In the day. Tho conference then ndjournod until Friday. ! In their resolutions tho bishop thnt "conscription was being forced on Ireland nnd thot It was nn 'oppressive nnd Inhuman law, which the Irish pooplo hnvo tho right to ro- slst oven by nil moans consonant with tho lnw of God." Tho Irish clergy was directed to announce days for receiv ing contributions of money nnd parish meetings will be hold next Sundny to gain adherents to the resolution. Tho authorities In Ireland nro taking stops to deal wiih tho situation, which, to say the least, Is threatening. ed -- H T&L Uvj HOTEL WILL YOU TAKE OUR V -- iiiw mm Ni( IDEALS i fftlla GERMINAL REMEDY A Treatment WEAK Wmrm. ftmKWmXW HOTEL OF AMERICAN 'lor 2 LUNGS or Mmmwrateflrli , CONSUMPTION countrymen. lift. It It firit In the beam of it In a city where toed tiotclt bound, the Powhatan hcaca the IcrWng. A quick relief for that tired, run down , . 'COUE lis, pill ns ,n til.-oota .I,.,, null liinri or ronsumplion. II ll C not help you It costs you nothing. Lock Box oio OHIO MEDICAL CO. COLUMBUS o FOR ONE MONTH igii iy jj? DR. Mnsonlo J. H.THORPE THRO A T, NOSE And Fitting of Glasses OWIiNSIIOHO, KY. tm ' " T "uJi El E, EA li, Tomplu ooooooooooooooooooo O O o Cham-i,orinin- CASTOR l A For Infants and Children COURT DIHECTOHV. o ooooooo oo oooooooooo o o In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears to-da- Children Cry C ASTO R A to-da- to-da- Lus-itan- ia ar ic-tu- rn to-da- to-da- ry R. W. Slack, Owensboro. Signature of Coru'th. Attorney C. E. Smith, Hartford. Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. CIIUKCII LHADEKS AUK Master Commissioner Otto C. MarDUCKED IN IJAPTISTEKY, tin, Hnrtford. CLIFFORD M. LEWIS. Trustee Jury Fund Cal P. Keown, JIir.i:r Berkeley, Cnl., April 19. ApproxHartford. I imately 300 boys, ranging in age 1st Monday In March 12 days m2 from 10 to 20 years, threw Pastor Coni'th. nnd Civil. Joseph Sykes nnd two of his elders 1st Monday in May 12 dayi Civil. Into a baptismal tank, chased several 1st Monday in July 12 days other elders through the residence Com'th. and Civil. THE district and wrecked the canves tab- 3d Monday in September 12 days SEWINC ernacle of the Church of tho Living Civil. MACHtNB God, a religious denomination, here 4th Monday in November 12 days OF last night becnuso of their alleged Com'th. and Civil. QUALITY. refusal to sing "Tho Star Spangled COUNTY COURT. Danncr." When police reserves arrived they Meets first Monday In each month. NOT found the interior of tho tabernacle Jmlgc Mack Cook. SOLD In disorder and tho pastor and older County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. UNDER grouped around a stove. The bo Clerk W. C. Blankenshlp. ANY had vanished. OTHER Sheriff S. A. Uratcher. m NAME. E. S. Howard. Hlieiiiuatic Pains Uollecd. Jailer Worth Tichenor. "I have used Chamberlain's LiniWARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. Assessor D. E. Ward. ment for pains in the chest and lameC. S. Moxley. Surveyor If you purchase the NEW HOMi: you will ness of tho shoulders due to rheumahave a life nwet nt the prlco you pay, nnJ will Coroner Dr. A. D. Rlloy. tism, and am pleased to say that it not have nn entiles chain of rrpnlra. FISCAL COURT. t has never failed to give me prompt Quality relief," writes Mrs. S. N. Finch, Iiata-viMeets Tuesday after first Monday m In January, April and October. N. Y. Considered 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, it b the SAYS CKHMANY WILL Route 3. Cheapest ZEPPELINS HKUE 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Beav SEND er Dam. in the end Washington, April 19. Demon Inl District Q. B. Brown, Simmons. to kuv. model di- f tli District G. W. Rowe, Center-towstrations of a sixteen-foo- t . h type swung in rigible of the Zeppelin If you wnntnncwlnc machine, write for wires a machine, said to bo much 5th District W. C. Daugherty.Balze- - our latest catalogue before you purchase. superior to the German craft In that ttwn. The New Home Sewine Machine Co.. Orange, Mass. it is more mobile and can alight on Oth District W. S. Dean, Dundee. y to the 7th District B. F. Rice, Fordsvllle. on water were given Senate Military Committee by Alfred 8th District B. C. Rhoades, Hartford, Route 5. Herbert, a Montclalr, N. J., inventor. Ho said his dirigible could be built HARTFORD. GOO feet In length, carry fifty persons, Mayor J. E. Bean. machine guns and bombs, and attain Clerk J. A. Howard. miles an hour. a speed of seventy-fiv- e Police Judge C. M. Crowe. dirigible by Development of the Marshal E. P. Casebler. the Government was urged by the in- if. ROCKPORT. ventar, who saltf Germany in time would send Zeppelins to America. Ch'm'n. Board James Wilson. m Clerk Rushing Hunt. MAHINES TO HE INCHEASUD Police Judge John T. Jackson. TO 7r,300 HY NEW HILL. Will Langforil. Marshal HEAVER DAM. Washington, April 19. Increase Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKennoy. of tho Marino Corps to 70,500 men GUARANTEED SERVICE Clerk R. W. King. General of and direction that a Major One hundred per cent Police Judge J. W. Cooper. marines accompany the marines to Ttlne. Special work for W. R. F. Stevens. Marshal the front in Europe were agreed to O. W. FOUDSVILLE. by the House Naval Affairs Commit W. T. STEVENS, y as an amendment to the Ch'm'n. Board W. R. Jones. tee Hartford, Ky. K. T. D. 7. Clerk Olla Cobb. Naval Appropriation bill. This action Representing Continental Police Judge C. P. Kesslnger. was largely a res;ilt of a fight made arble & Granite Co. by Representative written, of Illi Grant Pollard. Marshal nois. OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR. IUISII DETERMINE TO County Hoard of Education. RESIST CONSCRIPTION. E. S. Howard, S. S. O. C. DIv. No. 1 J. M. Hoover, HartLondon, April 19. Tho conference of Irish Nationalists, Sinn Fclners, ford, Ky. Dlv. No. 2 O. W. Duff, Fordsvllle, O.Urlenties and Laborites, held in n mM a Dublin under the chairmanship of tho Ky. Dlv. No. 3 H. L. Carter, Narrows, Ky. Dlv. No. 4 II. O. Autry, Baize-towKy. Dlv. No. G Otis II. Stevens, Beaver Dam, Ky. Dlv. No. C Nat Lindley, Center-towKy. . to succeed Too Tirao of Meeting 1st Monday in IFIn lifewint must know i ou what la Monday in April; 1st try. In Dew In business and ladoav February; let Invention and science-Get oat of the rut: set on Um flruv ttsssv, Rd Monday In Juno; 1st Monday In AuVi f gust; 1st Monday In Octobor; 1st Monday In December. E. S. County Board of Examluers Howard, Mrs. I. S. Mason, Mrs. O. W. A meat hitrmtlnf and OMfal nifuls, sad Duff. Um biweatuonev'i worth. Bvcry mcnUs Jan. 25 and 2G Common School 300 Plcturss 300 Article A sale, eld fashioned ldM II Diploma Examination. fl for only la rants. All tb &d wtrsls,I electricity DfT Invention! Common School fcutonoblUfl I nd Mroplsnes, la thopwvk May 10 and 11 remedy f er werai. la farmlnc, suut la maculnry. Diploma Examination. SeTeBtjr.fi years cootiau. Hw to mh things t koto. BaaoiVTc rr May 17 and 18 County Teachers' month. Including relrif eriton. poultry house, us un U the best testimonial furniture, automobile shop rspsOrs, etc FRErS VERMIFUGE cu Examination (white). sttpssvin Ides., It Is foil of (a you. hUwritUalavUla Eailssh May 24 nnd 25 County Teachers' tna and hws. k KatUaltflwfnMktW. IS Conta a Copy 31.60 ft Ycar Examination (colored). nS Mpket tks ktU u htm wriU" dtract to Juno 22 and 23 County and State 0t It fro a nrrde)rMts rouru AT, n.i Words si ywa dWW'i nf rpulrScsenoa uonttlr, M t TK1I drtlrf c I itaRi Teachers' Examination (white). t25c, SM. KM hi, UM Sa 21c sssasUs) tUe sA rttbti Uf sastsf Juno 28 and 29 County and State sI Wl aJ rM j0 (&&z7UdtiK CIRCUIT COURT. Judge The Towliatan 7 refined, and restful. Ill excellent location on Pennsytianu Avenue. ISth .in. I 11 Mreetf, makes it n ilesirablr headquarters (or hriJal couples, tourist patties, conventions, Schools anil colleges. . The Powhatan attracts the Veople of culture and education. to State, War anil Navv Departments, also to man? of historical interest, points makes this hotel especially at tractive to a (Incriminating public. The Powhatan offers room with delachcd bath at JI.50, S2.00 and up. Kooms with private bath, 32.50, tJ 03 and up. Write for locUet with mjpi siut THADC-MAnr- .3 priiil7 oLUIntJ la ImIcium ins or in, tievluuii PATENTS I THAT PAV i'lrllUiemttHrwgai, st our ew. nn41ir pjout t hnd irotici, IiuUor strut, ror pnCC rpnn TO t furs' practice. Ion itntjitl!ltr SUR PASSING Hirer CNCEO rurfrrUulJ Hook on l'r.ruM,lo I'Mrtitl Klltatu I lin. (. S03-BO- B WASHINOTON, D. C. Snvnnth Street, - i.iii..iiiiiirjy NEW Used 40 Years HOIM CARDW The Woman's Tonic Sold Everywhere r. s a, mmEPD Vt --- n. r -. '. -- wA.. fi wiai?' . - POPULAttMECHAMCS 300 A1AGAZINB ARTICLE5-3- 00 ILLUSTRATIONS Informed of the World's ProKTeas In1 Lnelnccnnir.Mecharlcs nnd Invention. Foi Father and Son nnd All the Family. It appealt loanciasscs uia ami lounc- - Men nna omen. in iiiH rnTornn jiitffsstna ta irouMuatoi lga lomr tlirouuhout tLn worl t Our m OorrMimiitJrnU aro rorutantly un tLe watch for tliiogi ziow and lntomltng &! It U Tnr.P v Shp Nolwa DMrtmtit (20 Vaut) ronUln IrarttcI IllnU for hLop Work nndrtw wij (or tit isirniiia to no in id el rnnnn in noma, Amauur MvchsMik (17 l'nM for the Roja nd tiriainitKuiuniftftfinsnifTfiiBisOWiniiiftknir Ihm ana Trlrarnth OntAlsv Foetnf. Itoatt. Hnnw Iiai f.lp. f.LA L.'.. .. .. it..i.l. -. 4tractlou for tb Mechanic, Caaptr ami birtaman COPIES, lie SINOLK tl.BO PER YEAR r mrt mm lit pOUai urr irm yw TLe Written So You Can Understand It to-da- Sampla POPULAR MECHANICS MAQAZINCl v nsRiKiuin Avtnu, (.niwiuu cy wis b aant oa raquaat. k and Get on thelMnLgXine noun H ill thethe LUNGS CURE moupHS viuu.3 phice.. ,M A I A Dr, King's New, Dissersf WITH FDB SA. R n, Kf" a Mothers usa . AND ALL THROAT AMD LUMOTnOUBLES. ir:si uciuo rreei r n, rjnm OUARANTEEO SATiaFAOXOBVl OH MONEY RElctlJJIlPD. wmvjnmMiUKTiirrjzrzczsr&MX fretfs t . e PROCUnCDANDDEFCNDED.'"l"'i'l. ifrVlai, lutw to oUAln uuu, tnulu luajs,! eoi)jriau, ciu., )N AUL COUNTRICa. Jliulntu itirrclviH Hiiit"lJH fJKl trnt. money an J pjun tbifaltnt. Venrufiie FotAeCMIdmrl Popular Science .nontmy1 Ins Merit and Infrlngemsnt Practlca Uclushcly, 11 bt conM to us SI OSes, I tljtlk BtrMt, uw CbIUI ButM WASHINGTON. O. C. ritut 7 "BJ money-raaktnj- r. it ft Children Cry CASTO R A E. BALTIMORE. HD. &.S. FREY, UJ Teachers' Examination (colored). Sept. 20 and 21 County and State Call on Tho Republics (or Viae Teachers' Examination (white). Sept. 27 aud 28 County and State Job rrlatlsjc, Position fr If you take tho I)niui.'lion TralnlnL-- , tho tralnlnic thutlmi,Iji.m.'nliilon cantttkoitatcollcijeor limit. Writu n I)1UUUH0.'S i'ltACTICAl, HlffaUlM GULWIK 1'aducab, ky. Seoured or Your Money Uack ' k -- i b IIKRE 18 A GOOD PLACE TO STOP VOU LITTLE MONEY Louisville Hotel, Louisville, Ky., Main St., bet. 6th & 7th The Only Hotel In Louisville Operntwl on the American nutl European Plana. AMEIUOAN PLAN (With Meals) Uooiiim without IJath luit wlUi Hot nnd Cold Running Water. lnglo, $2.00 per day; 2 pcoplo, $2.00 each 7G Rooms single, 2.C0 per day; 2 peoplo, 2.2C each GO Rooms 3.00 per day; 2 peoplo, 2. BO each CO Front Rooms. single, Rooms with Privnto Itatli: single, 3.00 per day; 2 people, 2.75 each 60 Rooms slnglo, 3.G0 per day; 2 people, 3.00 each GO Rooms EUROPEAN PLAN (Without Meals) Rooms without Ruth hut with single, $1.00 7G Rooms single, 1.2G GO Rooms GO Front Rooms. single, 1.G0 Kooiiih with Privnto Italli: GO Rooms single, 1.G0 single, 2.00 GO Rooms THE OLD INN, Hot and Cold Running Water. per day; 2 peoplo, JO. 76 each per day; 2 peoplo, 1.00 each per day; 2 people, 1.26 each per day; per day; 2 2 peoplo, peoplo, 1.2G each 1.60 each Louisville, Ky., Cor. Sixth and Main Sts. European Plan Only. Rooms Without Rath, $1.00 an J up; Rooms With Privnto Bath, fl.BO nnd ui Rest Eating Place In Town. Tho Loulsvlllo Hotel and tho Old Inn nro located In tho wholesale walk to tho retail district and theaters. district nnd only a LOUIHVILLI2 HOTEL AND OLD INN COMPANY, Props. I Cash Bargain Offer The Hartford Republican AND THE MEMPHIS WEEKLY .. t al i Commercial-Appe- al ROTH ONE VEAK FOR 1.25 arrangements, wo nro enabled to furnish these two pnncrs at this low rate for a limited time. Is a largo and one of tho very best paTho Commcrclnl-Appcper published In tho South. Cash must In all cases accompany cmch order. Tills rate Is applicable to renewals and now subscribers alike. Ry hpeclal SEND YOUR ORDER TO THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. CALLED HER FAMILY TO HER BEDSIDE Six Tears Af, Hualriig She Might Die, Says Texas Lady, But Now She Is a Well, Strong Wobub and Praises Cardai For Her Recovery. Royia City, Tex. Mrs. Mary the better. That was six years ago says; "After the and I am still here and am a well, of this place, strong woman, and I owo my life to birth of my little girl... my side com. Cardul. I had only taken half tho menced to hurt me. I had to go back bottle when I began to feel better. to bed. We called the doctor. IIo Tho misery In my side got less... I treated me... but I got no better. I continued right on taking tho Cardcl got worse and worso until tho misery until I had taken threo bottles and I was unbearable... I was In bed for did not need any more for I was well In my life... 1 three months and nuffored such agony nnd never felt better liavo never had any troublo from that that I was Just drawn up in a knot... day to this." I told my husband if ho would get Do you suffer from headache, backmo a bottlo of Cardul I would try It. . . ache, pains In sides, or other discomI commenced taking It, however, that forts, each month? Or do you feel evening I called my family about weak, nervous and fagged-outIf bo, me... for I knew I could not last glvo Cardul, tho woman's tonic, a many days uulesa I bad a change for trial J. 71 Ktl-ma? iA A ? & i ; i' England for moro Amorlcnn troops, HVSINESS MEN NEEDED IN COUNCILS OK WAR Mr. Catching said that tho utmost was measAmerica could do A Htatomcnt that "unless business ured by what Amorlca did lust Juno "Any spasmodic moil of tho nation aro taken into tho and July, adding: councils of tho administration with- cull for help now can not bo met by out furthor dolay, this war may bo any helpful responso." Continuing, lost" was inado by Wuddlll ditchings, ho said: "Wo can not regard this as a atrug-gl- o chairman of tho war commltteo of tho for a month. ' Wo must reckon on of Commorco of tho United Chamber our resources a year from now. Wo States, in an address boforo tho National Wholesale Lumber Dealers as- must koep our business Interests sound. sociation In Now York. "Tho peoplo do not trust tho busi"In this war business nion linvo not Mr. Catchlngs said. ness moil, Ever slnco tho Insurance had their part," investigation this distrust has been "I am going to speak frankly, for this Increasing. That Is why tho appoint bo making stato-nien- ts Is no tlmo for us to that nro not truo, Just for tho inoiit of collego professors to handle sako'of being pollto. Thero arc fow tho coal situation was moro pleasing appointment business men In tho councils of tho to tho peoplo than tho contrary, thero is tho of nn expert and prominent coal opernation. On tho would havo been." finest nggregutlon of olllco boys lu ator mm over seen." "Washington I lmvo If you wish to make a sale try Alluding, it was presumed, to tho appeal of Premier Loyd Georgo of REPUBLICAN AD. to-du- y fant defendants in tho nboro styled action of tho oil and gas rights nnd privileges In nnd to tho following det: scribed property, FORCES MILITARY A tract of land lying In Ohio county, Kentucky, and bounded and described, ns follows: On iho north by tho lands of T. S. llosell; on lands Made Eligible By Govern- of T. S. Doscll,tho cast by tho by on tho south tho lands of R. K. Hcan, nnd on tho or In The Empire west by tho lands of R. L. Shultz. State. Containing 54 acres, moro or less, nnd being part of same land convey ed to C. J. iloswoll by C. F. Hoswell, et al., by deeds dated August 21, Albany, N. Y., April 19. Women 1897, nnd May 11, 1904, and of recaro to ho allowed to Join tho military ord In the olllco of tho clerk of tho forco of tho State, becoming com- Ohio county court, In deed book 44, page 142, nnd deed book 53, pago missioned officers and members of tho 186 Ambulanco Corps of tho Homo This April 17, 1918. OTTO C. MARTIN, Reserve, according to official Master Commissioner. by AdJt. Gen. 42t3 orders Issued John Campbell, Attorney. Shorrlll. " "Relieving that tho tlmo has MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. come," tho ordors stated, "to glvo recognition to the women of Now Ohio Circuit Court. York who have been and who nro Lydla 11. Payton, Guardian, Plaintiff, vs. Notico being of great public sorvlco to tho D. Peyton, et al., State, Rolllo virtue" of a JudgmentDefendants. military establishment of tho Hy and ordoi tho Governor hereby authorizes tho of salo directed to mo nt the March to bo term, 1918, of tho Ohio Circuit Court, formation of a military forco of"known as tho Ambulanco Corps of In tho obovo styled action, I will fer for salo, at public outcry to tho the Hume Defenso Reserve of tho highest and best bidder, nt tho Court Stale of Now York, to bo composed Houso door In Hartford, Ky., on Monof patriotic women who volunteer day, May G, 1918, it being regulur tUo hour their services for that, and such circuit court day, at about terms of of one o'clock p. m on other military duty as they may bo cash, tho following property, called upon to perforin." Tho leaso of tho Interest of tho A unit of the Ambulanco Corps Infant defendants In the nhov .uyl of the Home DcfoiiBO Reserve, tho ed action of tho oil and gas rights nnd privileges In nnd to tho following order continues, will consist of womt. property, operators of mo- dcs'rlbed of land lying In Ohio cju'i-ten who aro skilled A tract Kentucky, and bounded nud tor vehicles and who volunteer th"lr as follows: services nutl tholr vohlcles for milion the north by tho land of Leo tary service. The Adjustant Goi.ijrnl Woden; on the cast by the lands oi will pass upon nil applications, nnd J. S. Young, on tho south by tho lands of Roy Crawford; and on tho If accepted applicants will ha InW. Felix, conspected by n guard oillccr as to iVir west by tho lands of C.or less, and befining 48 acres, mbre (liiallficatlons. ing part ot tho same land conveyTho uniform will be olivo dr.ah of ed to James and Lydla 13. Peyton, Khaki material of a pattern to bo by L. C. Crawford, et al., nnd C T. dated Maroh approved by tho Adjustant General's St Clair, et al., by deed 18, 108, and 2G. 191G. and January office. recorded in tho Ohio County Clcrk'J offlco in deed book 29, page, 76, and Constipation and Indigestion. deed book 41, pago 530. This, the 17th day of April. J1918. These aro twin evils. Parsons sufOTTO C. MARTIN, aro often Indigestion fering from Master Commissioner. 42t3 Mrs. troubled with constipation. John Campbell, Attorney Robert Allison, Mattoon, Illwrites that when she first moved to Mattoon MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. sho was a great sufferer from Indi Ohio Circuit Court. Food disgestion nnd constipation. C. H. Tichcnor, ot al., Plaintiffs, was a feeling tressed her and thero vs. Notico liko a heavy weight pressing on her Albert Holbrook, Defendant. Hy vlrtuo of a Judgmont and orstomach and chest. She did not rest der of sale directed to mo at tho well at night, and felt worn out a March, 1918, term of the Ohio Cirgood part of tho time. One bottlo of cuit Court, In tho above styled action, Chamberlain's Tablets corrected this I will offer for salo at public outcry bidder, at troublo so that sho has felt like a to tho highest and best Hartford, tho court houso door In m Kentucky, on Monday, May 6, 191S, different person. (It being regular Circuit Court day), about the hour of ono o'clock p. m., on a credit ot six and twelve months, tho following described property, FOR FLETCHER'S I A certain tract or parcel of land situated in Ohio county, Kentucky, bounded as follows: Beginning at a stake in the midMASTER COMMISSIONER'S HALE. dle of Barnetts creek, where the Ferry road crosses the Harmons Ohio Circuit Court. said road N. 82 same; Frances D. Cooksey, Guardian, Plain- "W. 41 thenco with stako In the line poles to a tiff. of Robert Branham's 500 acre survey; thenco with said line S. 11 E. Clyda Cooksey, et al Defendants. a large black oak, Bar-ne- tt Dy virtue of a Judgment and or- - 230 poles to Hudson's S. E. corner on Bar-ne- tt ilnr nf snln fllrnr.tnil to inn at tho Hudson's lino; thenco with his March term, 1918, of tho Ohio Cir line N. 80 E. 100 poles to two dogcuit Court, In the auovo styiea ac- woods, corner to lot No. 2, thence tion, I will offer for sale, at public with a line of No. 2, N. 11 W. 250 nntnrv tn ttin highest nnd best bld- .. . wuw., ,lnr nt thn rntirt hmisn door in Hart poles to three sycamores standing on middle fork of Barford, Kentucky, on Monday, May C, the bank of tho netts Creek; thence down said creek 1918, it being regular Circuit Court with the meanders thereof to the day, at about tho hour of one o'clock beginning, containing 147 acres, p. in., on terms of cash, the follow- more or less. There is excepted f. ing property, from the foregoing boundary 13 acres The lease of the Interest of the In- north of the Harmons Ferry road, defendants In tho above styled the same having been sold previousfant action of the oil and gas rights and ly to Ben Newton. privileges in and to tho following deTho purchaser will be required to t: scribed property, execute bond with approved security tract of land lying In Ohio coun- immediately after sale. A ty, Kentucky, and bounded and deThis tho 17th day of April, 1918. scribed, as follows: OTTO C. MARTIN, by tho lands of Odle 42t3 On tho north Master Commissioner. on tho oast by tho lands Cooksey; M. L. Heavrlu, Attorney. of Columbus Cumiiiona; on tho south H. G. Daniel; and on by tho lands of tho west by tho lands of Win. Hack, containing 127 acres, more or loss, being part of tho same land conveyed to John R. Cooksey. by John R. Wnlker, ot al., by deed dated February 2nd, 18SG, also by' Gus St. Clair, et al., by deed dated March 20, 1902, also by Hiram Monroe, et by deed dated February 27, nl 1911, all of which deeds aro of record In tho Ohio County Clerk's In deed book 53, pago 187. Told by Mrs. Lynch From This April 17, 1918. Own Experience. OTTO C. MARTIN, John Campbell, Attorney. Providence, R. I. "I was all run Master Commissioner. 42t3 down in health, was nervous, had head v aches, my back Homo Good Advice. ached all the time. I was tired and had "Don't think too much ot your own no ambition for anymethods. Watch other people's ways thing. I had taken thorn," This Is good and learn from a number of medicines which did mo dvlco, especially when bilious or con no good. Ono day stipated. You will find many people I read about Lydia who uso Chamberlain's Tablets for E. Pinkham's Vego-tabl- o best results, theso ailments with tho Compound and lllll'Lp what it had done for and will do well to follow their women, so I tried J it My nervousness m and backache and HALE. headaches disappeared. .MASTER COMMISSIONER'S I gained in weight and feel fine, so I can honestly Court. Ohio Circuit recommend Lydla E. Pinkham's VegeThomas Hoswell, Guardian, Plaintiff, table Compound to any woman who is vs. Notico suffering as I was." Mrs. ADELINE B. Lynch, 100 Plain St, Providence, R. I. Joslo Ann Hoswell, et al., Defendants. Judgment and order Dy vlrtuo of a Backache nnd nervousness are sympmo nt tho March toms or nature's warnings, which inof sale directed to term, 1918, of tho Ohio Circuit Court, dicate a functional disturbance or an Unhealthy condition which often develIn tho above stylod action, I will offer for salo, at public outcry, to tho ops into a more serious ailment Women in this condition chould not highest and best bidder, at tho court continue to drag along without help, but hoiiHo door In Hartford, Kentucky, profit by Mrs. Lynch's experience, and on Monday, May 6, 191S, It bolng regular Circuit Court day, at about tho try this famous root and herb remedy,hour of ono o'clock p. in., on tonus of Lydia E. Pinkham's l Vegetable Comadvic write to cash, the following property, Eound end for ar E. Pinkham Mcd.Co., Lynn, Mass. Tho lease of tho interest of tho in WOMEN MAY JOIN to-wl- Biggest Beading Value for your Family Do-fen- so TheYouiKs Companion It brings to nil nges. The Most for all hands. 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WILLIAMS. - HarUorst K 4 Hazelwood Sanatorium For the Treatment of Maintained a We Knock the Spots Out of Thing! Ladies' and Men's Garments French Dry Cleaned and Preiiod Superior Manner. Bend tm Tuberculosis by the t Lou!-Ill- c for the ndenuato treatment of tuberculosis in ell its ttcges at h l than cost. Kates $12. JO p?r week, Including board, medical attention, laundry, etc. High ground commanding cxtnshe iew. Delightful surroundings. Send for Descriptive BooVct V! O. O. MILLF.R STATION U & us your Garments Them and STf CLEANED CLUAN Packages called for and uellrerotf, THE ELTE PRESSING CLUB A. Iv UA11TFOIU), to-w- 1 In Chart LOU1SV1LI f. Nail, Prop. KV. lUiNTCCmr, J I II 1I0IISK DltAXni. Tom N'lBlit telegraph operator, Hogers, Is on tho nick list. Jack Walker his purchased tho Luto Wilson fnrm. 52lhe Wilson has bought tho Undo Ned Ford fnrm from Jnck Wilson. Owing to tho prospects of nn early development of tho coal nml oil business wo are having qulto n boom In Tho ntmosphcro of this town Is air. and Mrs. V. M. Crowdcr spent Tuesday In Owensboro. Ilov. Walter Grcop was In Hartford Tuesday. Dr. J. S. Bonn mado a business trip to Hartford Tuesday. Mrs. Max Ruthnrt hns been qulto clck of mcnslc3. Llttlo Elolso Wnlkor has recovered from nn nttnek of measles. Mr. E. A. White and fmnlly have moved Into their property recently purchased from Mr. Jack wnlkor, and Mr. Walker has moved to tho Myrtlo Apartments. Mr. Joo Crahn, of Martwlck, visit- ed his mother hero last week. Mr. Joy Iloyd, of Martwlck, camo up to sco his mother, whoso condition Is not Improved. Judgo John B. Wilson, of IluUford, was hero Inst week, surveying. apltev. Embry IKIou T.cv. Mot-c'pointment hero Surday. f thes town Is Tho atmosphere becoming very huuily lni ncd with ,.) :.i enthusiasm : Messrs, Stoy WhKo and Clyde Davis left ycstsr'ay lo - i ':o Navy and other young men nre expecting to join the army at an early date. Horse Branch hns n number of heroes now In Trance, who are suffering hardships and untried miseries for our continued liberty, and may be, for our very existence. Horso Branch hns gone over the top. having bought over $10,000 worth of Liberty Bonds. s J- Buckley wcro mnrrlcd at tho homo of Nov. L. W. TIchcnor Tuesday night of Inst week. Mr. nnd Mrs. Georgo Mnsomnn returned homo Snturday, after a two weeks visit with Mr. Moscmnn's parents at St. Louts Mo. II. C. Lnko hns sold his resldcnco on Main Street to It. N. Pate. Earl Carter happened to a very painfull nccldont last Tuesday, when ho got his nrm dislocated. Mrs. Ellis Brown, of Louisville, spent n few days this week with her parents here. Quito a largo crowd attended the Sorvico King exorcises at tho Uaptls church Sunday night. Lester Bishop, who is employeds with Bond Bros, in Ala., spent a at homo last week. Mr. Lucinda French died at the homo of Mr. Jacob Condit, Sur.dny morning, nftcr n very brief illness. Her remains wero laid to rest In the cemetery at Point Pleasant. Herbert Boss and John TIchcnor, who have been employed at Detroit, Mich., for some time, camo home Sun day, 'jr tho purpose of enlisting In tho navy. few-day- V ) NOI1CU TO FAKMKUS. No moro tobacco will bo received at tho A. C. A. warehouse until (,,.---' Corrichl art SjhaSaer&Mant " v jtyflryfTfl-yrT.-iMi- . iiwn Jrljf9aau Q il '"Toon's business closed up. S. L. KING, Manager. -- there comes a general season. Tho receiver nnd grader havo gone to their homes asd will not return until - general season, when all tho tobacco can bo brought In nnd tho t THi kr Pi Ph I rro u -1 K v '..; um ft vw FOR BEST TAFFY. Threo now elephouo lines were put up last week. Mr. Roscoo Balrd spent Saturday night and Sunday with his parents. Mr. Clyde Funk went to Hartford Saturday. Squire B. C. Rhoadcs visited his That's what's going on light now; the world is engaged in a mgihty struggle to establish the best. To put a sure foundation under righteousness. This 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. iO to appear at nn army camp for service, within fifteen days. Will havo but a limited time in which to adjust my business before leaving. Those indebted to mo will pleaso call on mo at once nnd adjust a settlement of their You can, perhaps, settle accounts. with mo on better terms than with the agent with whom I shall be compelled to leave my accounts. WILLAUD LAKE, Simmons, Ky. I have been summoned e threo sons nt Camp Taylor Saturday and Sunday. James Kirk, wife and baby, Arthur Gayie, spent Wednesday night with their daughter, Mrs. Joe Tom Taylor, of Adaburg. Mr. Gilbert Sharp, of Bolls Run was here on business Saturday. The rainy weather has put tho farmers behind with their work. Housewives are very busy with their spring cleaning and chicken raising. The Great Drive for the Third Liberty and comfort in this Loaai is Now Under Way. To provide our boys with every fighting necessity terrible struggle, 1 ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. All persons having claims against Dr. Ivan Itonfrow, of Denver, Col., the estate of S. P. McKinney, deceasis waiting his brother, Mr. A. II. Ken-fro- ed, aro hereby notified to present hero, and his parents, Mr. and same to mo, or Otto C. Martin, Hart Mrs. Mark Ilenfrow, at Sunnydale. ford, Ky., on or before May 15th, Rev. Walter Creep, of Horse 191S, properly proven, or they will Branch, gavo an interesting patri- bo forever barred. otic lecture nt tho Baptist church MARTIN FLCNER, Admr., S. P. McKinney, deceased. here Sunday night, to a large audi- 41t3 ence. o HORSE SALE. Mr. Guy Muffett has accepted a St. Louis parties put twenty six position in an automobile repair shop at Beaver Dam, and will move there Iowa horses on auction sale Saturday, It was a bunch and sold soventeen. soon. Miss Olivia Harrison, of Owens- -' of good horses, but on account of the boro, visited her mother Mrs. Sallje lateness of the season tho bidding Rowe Harrison, from Friday until vas not spirited. Thot.e sold brought Monday morning. prices ranging from $145 to $230. Mr. Lyman Barrett, of Hartford, An Owensboro auctioneer cried tho visited his homcfolks Saturday night sale. o and Sunday. Report of tho Condition of The Mr. Earl Mldkiff, of Lexington, visited his uncle, Mr. Lawrence DanROCKPORT DEPOSIT iel and family this week. BANK daughMr. J. B. Renfrow and llttlo ters, Elizabeth and Agnes, spent Doing business at tho town of Rock-por- t, Tuesday In Owensboro. County of Ohio, State of Mr. Claude Renfrow shipped a car Kentucky, at tho close of business on 11th day of laod of stock from hero Wednesday. April, 191S. MILLINERY. RESOURCES Loans and Discounts. .. ,$3G, 700, G9 "Save your money to buy tho bonds Overdrafts, secured and to lick tho Kaiser" by having your 331 0 3 unsecured last season's hat roblockcd and trim- Stocks, Bonds and other 1,10 7.50 Securities style. Also, med in new, Duo from Banks 27,707.05 new shapes received every week. 8,7 13. SI Cash on hand . .MRS. S. C. SMITH, Banking IIouso, Furnlturo 1,500.00 and Fixtures With Hug Clothing Co., Hartford. Other Assets not Included o undor any of abovo .SULl'Hl'R SPRINGS. heads 240. It is raining every day and night, ?S2,45G.S4 Total hut it doesn't rain much and tho LIABILITIES. farmers aro making good timo showers, and aro getting along Capital Stock paid in, in cash ?1C,000.00 ery well with tholr work. If presC.00O.00 ent indications count thero will bo Surplus Fund another largo crop of corn planted Undivided Profits, less ex- . penses and taxes paid. 309.SG tills year, and quito a good crop of tobacco. Tho wheat acieago Is small Deposits subject $51,247.27 A to check but tho crop is looking good. largor acreage of oats than for sov-or- Tlmo Doposits.? 10,57 1.5G yoars hns been sown, nnd It is Cashier's checks outstanding..? 235. 1G G2.0GG.9S looking good. Tho stork visited tho homo of I"1-Grover Murphy April 15, nnd loft a lino girl. Grover seems to bo State of Kentucky,) )Sct. proud of It, nnd H making a bigger County of Ohio, ) effort than ever to get out a big '. Wo, A. D. Park and Jas. I. Hoslck, crop. Tho family of Mr. James Ballard President and Cashier of tho ubovo have measles. Thero aro bovoral named Bank, do solemnly Sivcar that members of tho family, and all of tho ubovo statement Is truo to tho thorn nro to havo tho disoaso except best of our knowledgo nnd belief. A. D. PARK, President. Mr. Ballard. Mr. Ballard will miss J. I. 1IOSICK, Cashier. tho work of his boys, as thoy uro tho Subscribed and aworn to boforo main farm hands. Tho Ordor of tho Eastern Star will mo thi3 22 day of April, 1018. JOHN T. JACKSON, meet at Dundee Saturday night, Judge Rockport Police Court. April 27, ami till members aro present, and an inter-citin- g to bo meeting Is hoped for. Moro OLD FALSE TEETH when it happens. WANTED . 4 DON'T .MATTER IF BROKEN up to 15 dollars per sot. Also CENTERTOWN. Wo pay cash for Old Gold, Sllvor nnd broken Jewelry. Chock sent by return mall. HXun aoj u iuods esou poo.wm uk Goods hold 10 days for sender's apJabt week with his brother, at Livcr- - proval of our offer. Mazor's Tooth Specialty, Dopt. A, 2007 S. 0th St., more ' "stf T413- Mnyrno Philadelphia, Pa. 4".tl5 XAimows. fr "- " ' , Bszsagsssggs-sassssaa- xiy a Liberty Bond! a racy, we must produce food in abundance. We must work as we have never worked before. We must buy, sell and trade. We must keep the wheels of commerce rolling. While they fight and give their lives to conquer the enemies of democ- We Must Loan Our Government All The Money Needed. I Evwv man and woman can nek) some. No amount too small fnr I WU Sam. Besides, the money comes back to us with interest, and may provide necessities on mat areaaea ramy uay which is sure lo come. IE And like the Allies, in spite of all our resistance, the prices keep gaining ground. UMl BATTLE IS ON IE BUSINESS! ffrsr? 0;;;,. ,.. vvp i Wt i v atp Hffimnp -- r 4.av 0 . r- -v . - -1. q-.- -- i rfc4- e kcsl yv ?,--j'..- We know that in the end the best will win. wise at s price is always the cheapest. ul s Doti't Buy Price; Buy Merchandise This store has real merchandise to offer you along every line. This store is the home of 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. This store is the place for every need for farm and family. E. P. BARNES & Beaver Dam, Ky. iTZKinzzzxzTSffZD ssaracs v f