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The Hartford republican: May 3, 1918 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1918 hao1918050301_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: May 3, 1918 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1918 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ly t Wtyt Fine Job Work. VOL. XXX. BOHEMIAN JOIN ITALIAN TROOPS Soldiers Of Dual Monarchy In Numbers Desert To Allies. X- Jfortfxrt DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE at- ItejwMiam, OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Yea? No. 44 HUNS ARE MOWED DOWN IN WAVES Greatest Slaughter Kaiserites ' HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1918. moaning tho end of tho Gorman tempts to crack tho allied lino. along tho front tho big guns nro All roar- PRISON BARS FOR NEW RECORD FOR AMERICANS IN VICTORY y 5. 1 Gen. Pershing's Men Inflict Heaw Losses On The Enemy. vy V . '" In Franco, Gorman attack launched yesterday against tho Amerx icans In tho vicinity of was repulsed with hoavy losses for the enemy. Tho German preliminary bombnrdment lasted two hours, nnd then tho Infantry rushed forward, only to be driven back leaving largo numbers of dead on tho ground 1n front of tho American lines, i Tho German bombardment opened tit R o'clock In Iho afternoon and was directed cspccllilly against tho Americans', who w?'ro supported on tho ;iorth and south by tho French. Tho tiro was Intense, and nt tho end of two hours tho Gorman commander sent forward three battalions of Ind Thero was fantry. fighting all along tho line as a result of which the enemy was thrust back, his dead and wounded lying on tho ground In all directions. Flvo prisoners remained in American hands. The struggle, which lasted a considerable tlmo. was extrcmoly violent, and the Americans displayed innrked bravery thruout. It was tho first occasion in wnicn tho Americans woro engaged In tho big battle which has been raging since Mnrch 21, nnd tholr French comrades nro full of praise for tho man- m nor In which they conducted them- OUIJ 1JAXK RESOURCES. solves under trying circumstances, especially In view of tho fact that Ohio county has six banks with they are fighting at one of tho most combined resources of $1,500,000. dlfllcult points on tho battlefront. The American losses were rather Tho combined capital stock Is $135,- 000; Third surplus Is $82,000 and severe their loans amount to $734, 65S. Enemy Army Joins Allle. Tho Bohemian troops aro Joining Their deposits amount to $1,310,344. detho Italians against Austria, accord- Of this amount $404,343 is time to correspond- posits and $906,001 is subject ing to the London Mall's vol ent at Italian headquarters. Even check. Tho banks in order of Bam now some of tho Bohemians aro on ume of business are: The Beaver Tho Bank of tho Italian lino, clad In Italian uni- Deposit bank, Fordsville, ThoHartford, Farmers The Bank of forms. Information has passed thru Bank, of Centertown, The Citizens This Bock-po- rt the hands of both Italian and British Bank, of Hartford and tho banks Deposit Bank. These and would therofore appear censors to be nuthentlc. Tho defection of the havo In cash on hand or due from a Bohemians would In a measuro ex- other banks $534,928, or nearly conplain tho delay In tho proposed great sum equal to their loans. This offensive, long heralded, of the Aus-trla- dition Is a certlflcato of good health to tho banks, but an evidence of against tho Italians. capital of tho crownland small earnings on the volume of Prague, of Bohemia, has recontlyy been tho business. center of riotous demonstrations T TEACHERS. against Germany and tho Gormans. Foreign Mlnls-to- r n Tho A recent meeting of tho School Count Czornln, has beon strongall tho faculty now and President Wilson Hoard ly denounced and tho Entente allies hnvo beon teaching In tho Hartford High school. Tho Instructors aro: High School, cheered. Tho Czech mombers of Parllament.togother with tho Slovcno Profs. J. F. Bruner, Henry Loach and dolegatcs havo beon Miss Leila Glenn; Seventh and Eighth nnd Sorbo-Croleadors in tho opposition to Gorman grades, Prof. J. T. Hoagland; Fifth nnd Sixth grades, Miss Norlno Bar-net- t; rulo. Third and Fourth grades, Miss Amorlcan troops around ongaged for tho first Cllfflo Follx, and Primary grado, Miss tlmo In tho great battle on tho Elizabeth Mooro. With tho oponlng Fronch front, havo repulsed a storn of tho fall term Domestic Science will Gorman attack, preccdod by n heavy bo taught by Miss Elizabeth Mooro. and carried out by Miss Mooro will go to Bowling Green bombardment Tho during vacation to tako special trainthrco battalions of Infantry. loft many dead and wound- ing for teaching tho now department. Gormans Tho ed beforo tho Amorlcan linos. AN KIHTOK HAPPY. losses aro reported as Amorlcan with tho Trench Army A May 1. heavy Vlllcrs-Dreton-ncau- hand-to-han- ing nnd shells of all calibers aro plowing tho terrain nrid tho nreas far behind them, and fresh Gorman reserves, to tako tho places of tho thousands of men killed, wounded or mado prisoner, aro being hurried to tho front. indeed, advices from tho British front in Flanders aro to tho effect that nnother furious drlvo by Von Armin Is In Immediate prospect. Emperor William has been at tho front to delivering flamboyant speeches tho troops In an ondcavor to spur them on to victory. Shell DcImkc Continues. Meanwhile British and French artillerists are sending a vcritabla rnln of shells on Mont Kemmel, tho chief point of vantage gained by In tho Ypres sector. Thus far tho nlllcd guns havo held back nil attempts by the cnomy to reinforce his men on tho hill, nnd It the good. work Is kept up tho hilltop Is likely soon to provo to bo a death trap for Its captors. Nothing as yet has been vouchsafwnr ed regarding the Inter-alllc- d Council which Is holding session nt. Versailles which aro expected to bring forth decisions of groat moment. Rep resentatives of all tho allies aro in attendance. Great faith In tho ability of Gen. Koch nnd the allied com- Jmandcra on tho western front again has been expressed by M. Clomonccau, ho Fronch premier. Returning from jt visit to the front the premier said ho considered tho lino stable and that as a result of tho steps taken by tho various commanders It was outside the realnf of Immediate danger. The fighting on all tho other fronts except In Palestine nnd Mesopotamia, continues of a minor character. In both tho latter theaters, however, the British havo returned to tho attack and gained Important successes over tho Turks. Progress has been made north of Bagdad along the Tigris Illver and In Palestine several positions havo been captured and pris oners taken. 29 TOOLS OF HUN SHIP BUILDING German Conspirators Sen- April Output Is 240,000 Tons Or 9,000 For tenced By Judge In Each Day. San Francisco. Washington, Apr. 30. A total outSan Francisco, April 30. One lurid chapter In tho history of Ger- put of 240,000 tons of now shipping many's lntrlguo to win mastery of the for tho month of April was reported when United States District Judge William C. Van Fleet pronounced sentence upon twenty-nln- o Gormana, Americans nnd Hindus, convicted of having conspired to overthrow British rulo In India. Tho trial of tho principals In tho world-wld- o conspiracy was n scries of sensations, Including exposes of criminal German diplomacy nnd the shooting to death of two Hindu dea week pendents in tho court-rooago. Tho total of tho prison terms Imd and posed was twenty-thre- e years and tho fine) totaled $04,000. LoufH T, Hengstler, San Francisco admiralty lawyer, was the only to escapo a prison sentence. Judge Vnn Fleet remitted a Jail tern; of four months after Hengstler mul5 a plea to tho court, asserting his Americanism and denouncing German imperialism. A fine of $5,000 remained against him. Cats' I'uws Of Prussia. Guilt for the conspiracy was placed squarely on tho Oerman supremo command, Judge Van Fleet characterizing tho Hindu conspirators as mero cats' paws of the "ruthless Prussian military system." Ho told them that had their revolution succeeded and they had been placed under such a system they would havo spared no effort to escape It. Tho German foreign office, embassy at Washington and consulate at San Francisco were the nerve centers for plot to wrest India the world-wid- e from England, Judge Van Fleet de clared In sentencing Franz Bopp, WU- helm von Brlncken and E.von Schack, the heads of the consulate. Bopp and Von Schack were given tho maximum sentences provided by tho laws for violating neutrality, two years' Imprisonment and a $10,000 fine each. Von Brlncken was sentenced to servo two years, this sentence to run concurrently with a similar Judgment hanging over him as a result of his conviction for participation in bomb and dynamiting plots against the gov ernment in Canada. Judge Van Fleet Indicated that no action would bo taken to deport tho Hindu defendants in the event they refrain from revolutionary actions after completing their prison terms. Sedition Continues. Unusual precautions were taken today because of tho tragedy of last Tuesday when Itam Singh, a defendant, shot and killed Ram Chandra, nnother defendant, and was in turn shot dead by United States Marshal James B. Holohan. All spectators wero searched for weapons and tho military guard which had been In attendance throughout tho trial was .The Hindu defendants Increased. woro subject to threo separate examinations of their clothing. "Tho people of this country aro taking tho law Into their own hands, much as wo regret it," Judge Van Fleet said, In warning tho Hindus not to roturn to their propaganda activities when they aro freed from prison. "This country will not stand for any activities of this sort, directed against olthor horself or hor allies." Tho Judgo's statement followed a declaration by John W. Preston, United States district attornoy, that tho Hindus lu this city "still have two presses turning out barrels nud bales of seditious literature every day." world was closed to-dn- y m two-thirto-da- Ington, Illinois; Louis Schapmlro, of Jacksonville, Texas; Mrs. J. II. Hoovor, Midland, Tonn.; Mrs. J. M. Mattlngly, Campbell's Hill, 111; Mrs. R. L. Twcddoll, Calhoun, Ky., and Mrs. J. W. Thomas, Hartford. Tho Schapmlrcs came to Hartford fifty years ago, and aro tho be3t of citizens, and havo a largo circle of friends who extend tho profoundest ympathy to tho husband and children In their loss of a devoted wlfo and mother. War Began Is Dealt Since y to tho shipping board by commissioner of Navigation Chamberlain. s of the tonnage was constructed In tho last half of tho month. At that rato the output for tho year On account of an unavoidwould approach threo million tons, but shipping board officials aro look- able breakdown in the gasoing forward to much higher monthly line engines, of both this oftotals as building gets under way. Tho beqt previous month's construc- fice and the Hartford Herald tion was June of last year, when 288,-15- 4 office, we were delayed in ton9 was built. The total in Mnrch was 166,700 tons. the issue of The Republican Tho shipping board's own figures We regret the on April construction will not bo an- this week. nounced until completed reports have unfortunate delay, but it was been received from all shipyards. Those from tho Pacific coast yards physically impossible for us may not be at hand before the middle to avoid it. It was a condiOf next week, ''To the iay mind unaccustomed td tion, not a theory that conshipbuilding figures," said a statefronted us. ment by the board making public Mr. Chamberlain's report, "this total of DRAG NET THROWN' 6UT. 240,000 tons may not seem very Impressive. But it means that during The recent statute requiring all working days lu the tho twenty-si- x persons over sixteen and under fifty month there wero turned out on an average of 9,000 tons of ship Co- yeara of age to labor no less than thirty six hours a week, Is going to nstruction a day." be enforced in Ohio county. The drag net has been thrown out, and alPATRIOTIC RALLY. ready two young men havo been caught in Its meshes. The fourth Patriotic Rally will be Hurbert Balls and Laws Hays, two held at tho Methodist church here young men of Simmons, have been Sunday. Entertaining speakers and musical program will be summoned to appear in county court to account for their the features of the meeting. This is an hour of great national Additional warrants for vagrancy will need, and wo want to counsel togeth- be Issued this week. With the couner about means of defense. It Is try facing a food famine no able tho purpose to make this a county bodied man has a moral right to remeeting, and citizens from every part main idle, and the county officials of the county should attend. The are determined to see that every one day will be well and profitably spent performs some useful labor. The fact by all who attend. It Is a patriotic that the idle man has ample means duty to lend your presence to en- for his support will in no way affect courage those who are making per- the action of tho court- in seeing that sonal sacrifices to arouse the public everybody goes to work. Tho halto its proper sense of duty. Be here. cyon days of the loafer are over, at least for the period of the war. Two-third- UNAVOIDABLE BREAKDOWN 15 DIVISIONS USED Immense Concentration On Small Front Avails Nothing. 4 ,;? -.- London, April 30. Tho correspondents with the British army agreo that tho enemy yesterday suffered nothing less than a disastrous defeat. It was the first phaso of the battle In desperato attempts to capture tho line of hills held by tho Allies which endangered his possession of Mont Kemmel. The Germans have probably used thirteen divisions from tho east of Ypres southward on the lino ot battlo, with two r6ro northward, and the violence of the gunfire was never greater or more unceasing at any period of tho war, The successful Allied defense made the day the bloodiest yet experienced by' the enemy, as attack after attack was smashed by artillery and infantry fire. The Germans had already suffered heavily on Sunday, when their concentrations of troops were caught and shattered by gunfire. Their waves yesterday wero mowed down and tho British wings and French center neither bent nor broko. 'v." well-select- ed With The British Army, April 30. In front ot the defending positions gray uniformed men lay in great representing the awnumbers ful price paid by the Germans In their attack. This doming the Allied lines in Flanders wero to all intents the same as when the Germans surg to-da- y, - OFF FOR CAMP TAYLOR. CLEAN UP DAY AHEAD. ed forward yesterday. At one time yesterday the Germans appeared to have some men on tho lower slopes of both Mont Rouge and Scherpenberg after they had succeeded in driving a small wedge into the French lines between these two elevations. Things looked critical, but Thirty one white and eight colored men left Hartford Monday morning, over the M. H. & E. via Owens-borfor Camp Taylor. The boys ame Into Hartford Sunday afternoon, and were furnished homes by the good people of Hartford for the night, after which they gathered at tho exo, ns Austro-Hungarla- Vlllors-Iirctonneau- x, A Having boon dofeated with enormous losses In ovory phaso of tho lighting around Ypros, tho Owiimns havo attempted no furthor onslaughts. Inaction provulled Wednesday beforo tho positions held by tho British and Fronch troops, especially those in tho hands of tho llrltlsh, which it had beon tho ambition of tho Gormans to capture Sluco Monday what activity thero has boon in this region was carried out by tho British and Fronch, both of whom havo materially bettered l.nir DOBltlona tho French near t ,., nmi im nritlsh at Metoron. On both sectors ground was captured and prlsonors wero taken. r, Tho pauso in tho offensive?, howov-eto be taken as apparent ia not "rathor severe." ford Horald, Is ns happy as a Juno bug Editor W. H. Combs, of tho Hart - MIDNIGHT ELOPEMENT Tuesday midnight, with tho world wrapt lu quiet slumber and only tho stars on guard, Mr. Otis Col burn and Miss Maymo Pearl Austin, both of Beavor Dam, stole silently away, and following tho guiding brilliancy of tho north star, ere tho sun had rlsou, woro In Indiana's southorn Gretna Groon. Tho young pair wore given a hearty welcome by thoso obliging olllclals whoso fees aro fed by Kenrt over that brand new girl at his house. Tho young lady arrived Tuesday, and It was tho first visit of tho stork to tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Combs. Inclined as wo are to congratulate our fellow editor, wo can not escapo a feeling of sympathy for an editor whoso household expenses aro increased. AN UNSTRUNG HEAD. to Circuit Court, next Visitors weok, need not hesltato to leavo whips lu buggies and rugs in automobiles Tinsloy and tho crowd that gangs with him will bo at tho mouth of Grassy fishing. y couples. Few and tucky short woro tho prayers tho Rock-poJustice said, but thoy woro enough, nnd long before another sunset tho happy pair wero home again to receive tho parental blessing. run-awa- Before the fall term of the public schools open Superintendent Howard will designate a cleanup day for all the school property in the county. Patrons and pupils will be asked to meet at their respective school houses and to thoroughly clean up the buildings and grounds. This Is a good emption board rooms Monday morn- movement, and the Superintendent Tho enemy Locre all of yesterday. ing to organize for the trip. Before should have the hearty going to tho depot tho boys were of the public in setting the school sacrificed a great number of men. At tho rldgo wood west of Voormezeelo photographed, white and colored property in order. fighting continued heavy also, groups separately, by Mr. Schroeter throughout the day and the number also by Rev. A. D. Litchfield. and OUT OX BOND. of German casualties in that region. A largo body of .citizens inarched impossible to say; boys to tho depot to bid with tho Willie Caloway, tho McHenry boy was great. It is d on their perilous arrested sometime ago charged with how many attacks the enemy mado ia them Journey. Tho colored peoplo of Haytl Injuring the property of another, in the course of tho day. Thoy came turned out onmasso to seo this tho breaking the seal on an Illinois Cen- forward in waves throughout long first batch of colored boys off for tral rallr6ad car, was put on trial In hours. report from tho Flanders 's camp. As has happened on provlous county court Saturday. After hearoccasions tho separations of tho boys ing tho ovldenco the court, on account battlefront only serves to emphasize and tholr families and friends was of tho boy's ago, put him under bond tho completeness of tho victory vrott forces yesterday tearful and touching. for good behavior and released him. by tho Anglo-Frenc- h He will bo required to report his In withstanding tho tremendous as MORE SMALLPOX conduct to tho court from tlmo to sault by which tho Germans hoped to break Into tho Allied hill positions tlmo. southwest of Ypres and begin cutting Horso Branch It is reported from v their way on toward the channel that Serman Ezell, a merchant, has HOAD ENGINEER QUITS. ports. Tho disa sovere caso of Smallpox. Tho situation seems to have been ease having mado considerable proMr. H. O. Harding, of Campsvlllo, gress beforo Its nature was discover- Stato road engineer, who has been ono of the Entente high command ed, thoro Is serious danger of tho looking after road work In Ohio coun- deciding once more to make a stand spread of the dlsoaso in that com- ty for sovoral weeks, left yesterday aftor having forced tho Germans to munity. morning for Cadiz, Trigg county, uso up tons of thousands ot men In forwhero ho will engago in road work. fighting tholr way desperately MRS. SCHAPMIUE DEAD. In addition to representing tho Stato, ward as far as they havo. The deci Mr. Harding will bo omployed as sion made, tho stand was taken, and Mrs. C. F. Schapmlro died nt hor county engineer for that county. tho Germans wero stopped, as thoy Monday night, after about Trigg county has recently voted a havo been previously on other Holds home here two yeara of illness from Brlght's bond Issue for road purposes, and since tho groat offensive opened on disease After funeral services, con- has very wisely selected a competent March 21. The enemy, It Is estimated, threw ducted by Rev. R. D. Bennett, her re- engineer to superintend tho spendor as many as thirteen divisions, mains woro laid to rest In Oakwood ing of tho money. about 175,000 men Into tho attack on comotery. Beforo hor marriage, Mrs. front, but desplto this twelvo-mll- o Schapmlro was a Schlommer, and was COURT HOUSE WEDDING. continued furious assaults was held born in Germany 72 years ago. She At camo to this country with hor parMr. Onls Evans and Miss Polly almost in his tracks everywhere. ents when about five years old. Tho Daniel woro married at tho court a few inlnts thero was a slight enemy family settled at Tell City, Indiana, houso Wednesday moruing. Judge penetration, but tho lino was largely where she married Mr. C. F. Schap- Cook did tho honors of tho nuptial rectified luto yestorday. During last. Mr. Evans is 20 years utght the Fronch, lu dashing countor ceremonies. mlro in 1866. Mrs. Schapmlro leaves a husband old, and tho son of Mr. Robert Evans, blows, drovo tho Germans from tho and olght children: William F. of Narrows. Miss Danel is 18, and remainder ot tho small stretchos of Schapmlro, of Hartford; Henry E., tho daughter of Mr. J. R. Daniel, of ground they had gained lu their Initial drives ot tho day. and James N. Schapmlro, of Bloom- - Fordsvlllo. god-speeTo-day- the French counter attacked detervirtually minedly and all the old positions. Thus far the German capture of Kemmel Hill has done them little good, for the Entente Allied artillery has kept the crest so smothered ia shellfire that it has been impossible for the enemy to occupy it In force. Fierce fighting continued about Kh..JMWl WIHWMl..Mt.limMl.lJ.M - .. . - .,. -. .. ... ..- - MJ, s,.. W . i.i Jg . .w,, . . w . ""w .. , 1 . iUki. jfc 1 ttjTgy jTtiyii-i- i sne T BEFORE, H E WEN 'OV HE TOP S 99 i4s an illustration of the lofty sentiment possessed by men who die on the European battlefield in the war for democracy and a reminder for Americans who may be backward in contributing to the Third Liberty Loan for the same great cause, the Liberty Loan Committee has made public the last letter written by Captain V. G. Tupper, of the Canadian Scottish. Sixteenth Battalion, to his father, Sir Charles Hibbert Tupper, before his death at the battle of Vimy Ridge ict April. The soldier wrote: Father I am writing one of these "in case" letters for the first time, and, of course, 1 itope vou v. ill never Lave to read it. If you are read. ... now, you vili know that your youngest son "went unc.wr" as proud as Punch in the most glorious day of his life. I am taking my company "over the top" for a mile :n the biggest push that has ever been launched in the world, and I trust that it is going to be the greatest factor toward peace. Dad, you can't imagine the wonderful feeling; a man thinks something like this: "Well, if I am going to die, this is worth it a thousand My !. j.' vfta . ' F.1C" r.S" Jv mr' , IV3" Cm" . wm i j m TSi"ii" m&fprz"" Jji.vy.r ' "si.x-- TZFWl ZA .kt't' - or'., 'Z. iZWlL UJ jr sasxv WWBBBFv &&? yrtft I J'r,rimm.i&tL:"&mr?. Jit r ir. . m?mmk&rMri''j(i w. WJii yAJi fl V. 1 . .': V .U tfT.jrli' nufz&ty wlLJKTI'! '! ?? aBfiwiwjjjr mitJitf m.WK.i," GMMvmsK?ti.izvr7f' i:iijo fin" IV V rf ! -- I.IV Dzr vyf f- "Jr mnm krm-:3p- M (it times." I ye 'n ir Jl - don't want any of you dear people to be sorry for me, although, of course, you will, in a way. Mind you, I know what I am up against, and that the odds are against me. : :R $ life lfcjfWF" -- Goodby, dear father and. mother, and all of you. Again 1 say that 1 am proud to be where I am now GORDIE. 're9 flW S "V WTTJ- - A ,- - r He went "over the top" and didn't come back. He gave his life on that April day, without a murmur, for the sake of peace and freedom. And he was proud to do it. What a contrast between a hero like that and the man or woman, with warDed and shrunken soul who doesn ft even buy a Liberty Bond to help the same great cause! , rsifFaoi EESEBl PfTV C The advertising for the (Third Liberty Loan in this i uy 1 hire iJ er tcity nas been made possible through the patriotism of the . following firms, who have generously contributed the 6pace in which the advertising will appear; LiOCLTt ' ' mfw ! Ml?ik ll Dr. E. W.Ford,' J. S.Glenn, R. E. Lee Simmerman, Heav-3I-ii & Martin, Mack Cook, E. S. Howard, Jno. B. "Wilson, A. C. Porter, Worth Tichen-or- , S. A. Bratcher, Fogle & Fogle, W. C. Blankenship, A. D. Kirk, H. P. Taylor, Barnes & Smith, Hartford Herald, Hartford 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. Security? Why, they are a first mortgage upon the United States. Every railroad in the country, every homestead, farm or public building, every industry, every income or salary, everything we own everything you own is pledged as collateral. If you can't pay cash for your bonds, you can borrow a part of the money at your bank, using the bonds as security; or, you can buy them at your bank on easy partial payment plan. It is no trouble to buy Liberty Bonds; it is no trouble to pay for them. See, your banker today. .WIIM mm fi t MmMSSnMm eiKsAttffv I 0 eft UmSsm sBsa5asaGfflB& I tsv pnxstta' KaS3EXSS2IEKI(SniISa21 ' nn a P HF SPACE ON THIS PAGE is. Was PATRIOTICALLY DONATED by the INDIVIDUALS and FIRMS , Whose flames Appear Aoove. ""NO EIGHT HOUR " niu in nun flUKA Uil III VI All mnniff IflTift n.-i.-- BREAKING THE CAMEL'S BACK BONDS TO HELP STAMPS NO CONFLICT IN TWO CAMPAIGNS ON THIS MONTH. rM ILJ 4Am lI.1i S'ct Contents lSPluid Drachm War K;iv..-.- u .j wckiHrea . Telling Rurnl Mall Carriers They Must "Go to It" In War Savings Campaign. Lexington rosimnsier . I in Stemn Will Prr.w .w jiol fc.Jh.Jk.uvv Thrift Stamps Appeal to Those Unable To Buy Hlgher-PrlceSecurities of the Government Push Both d MIj " bHAIlii fl v w n.nbi For Infants and Children. KY. " POSTMASTERS AROUSE GOVERNMENT EMPLOYES Accounting Central Postmasters throughout Kentucky havo boon holding meetings o( District 1'oslmaHtern and Hurnl Carrloni tho past week for tho nurposo of arousing them to the ilomands upon thorn hy tho Perioral Government, through tho Pout Olllcc Department nt Washington, that every no got nctlvoly In tho great cnmpalgn now golnj; on all over tho country to teach tho loason of Thrift and tho Bato of Thrift Stamps and War Savings Starupa among tho people they nerve In tholr Hovernl coiiiiriunl-tiesIn not a olnglo Instance, hns n I'ostmaRtcr Ignored tho cull of State Director Jamoa IJ. Urown for hucIi dicotlngs, nnd ovory meeting has been Inrgoly nttcndod and will bo productive of good results. I'ostmaHtor Moses Katifmnn, of Lex lngton, who has nctlvoly . with County Chairman John SUatn In ' his every plan of campaign, told hlal associates and employes of tho Post Olllco Department In Pjiyetto county day In war that thero Is no eight-hou- r work, and that they must go to It at all hours, leaving tho road slilo mall box In tho rural districts to call at the doorstep of tho pontons on his route nnd seo that thoy cither bought War Stamps or gnvo a good and HUitk-ieii-t reuson why they could not do so. ' Do you ronlly think that tho Amer ican Boldleru who aro at this minute holding tho line In Franco nro holding pro-inot. ' Tho Liberty Loan Campaigt h::ii (.argon nnn Jutigw ,,. ',,, jrji Barnes whoso terms as members of jtijtho school hoard expire with tho pros it, em sciiooi year. harn'enry Mothers Know That Genuine Castorsa 1 -k f rrnnnr.-- .l 1 ;,r"lsb!cPrcparn(ionfon3' r"l : : .. iin':-.- ,:i'."'vu ... . '. c ha returned to Now York, yesterday, to wllrcsumo his duties with tho Federal hoi shipping Bonrd. . . coi County Clerk Claudo Blankcnshlp dii smond Mr. Chester Lench, of Beaver maDam, were In Loulsvillo tho first of .. t. . Itin Wf.ntr ...tin... 4U1. T Ituuio 1IH L,UilCU IUUK COI n specialist on Vctrcatmc,lt uni,er nervous troubles, ant apj LU mupui'i-i- , 010 j "William S. Mooro, who has been spending tho past week hero with his 'mother and family, Mrs. E. P. Mooro, rfVVjt'-.rL,-?.!- . c Always i.tl. .':"-- ! Knnr.ci tho luxvj .ji - PER CUNT. I 'i .wOi oytcyuuimmA nrt-IC- - . m jp -. &.. I if en . V' Thprebyl'romounsu.ijouu. Cheerfulness anu kcsiwtowu-xicilhOpium.Morphlncnor cr Signature of Mineral. Not mhuoiw .ntadnrsivtsimm fumplmitm Afr Xnrvl JtocfliSXt fr'rm &ur in PanfinlSyitr A Srd f,Mnfiil Remedy for (Plaschko in Louisville Times) DRIVES DO NOTCONFLICT BOURBON OUT IN FRONT Blue ovortta" Ko Liberty Bonds and Thrift Stamps fun, , to your menaced country and soil those Supplement Each Other stnmpb. This Is how Postmaster Kaufman No More Conflict In Two Campaigns went nt tlnj rural mall carriers nt a Than Between Superdreadnoughts meeting of tho carriers, which was Object of and Destroyers called to put now glngor Into tho salos Both Is to Finance War. of War Savings Stamps. Tho rural mall carriers, Mr. Kaufmnn explained, Louisville, of tho Libhad f.t'lcn behind tho city carriers In erty Loan campaign and tho War SavrcMilis. ings movement conlllctlug they really "Now you men In tho country should supplement each other. hoc every man, woman nnd child on Tho Liberty Loan campaign and the your route Put tho mall In tho box War Savings movement nro no more on tho road, nnd then tako tho time to rivals than the mipordreadnoughts and drivo up to the man's house, and in- tho dostroyors of our navy aro rivals, sist On n bearing. Don't lot personal Tho Liberty Loan and War Saving? rebulTs bother you. Jtint remind your- Stnmps aro two forms of tho same self that It Is your country and not financial operation ot tho United you that Is receiving the rebuff. They were auStates "Say to tho mon who refuse to buy thorlzedGovernment. by tho same vote of Congross 'What right havo ou to stay at and nro Intended to supplomont each iioino iu case and comfort, whllo other othor. They aro both of paramount Americans uro dying In Franco? Why lmportanco to tho financing of tho war. has tho government a right to call on Llborty Loan campaign is prione nia.i to dlo, If It has not an equal Tho marlly to obtain tho many billions oi right to ask you to lond your money?" dollars necessary toward paying the "Tell htm that ho Is Uio sort of man oxpensos of war u'nd lending to out lliat will make It posslhlo for that ho allies. role line In Franco to break boforo the Tho peculiar significance of the Hun assault. Put it up to him that It War Savings movement Is to toaeh the will bo his fault if the war is lost." nntlon to savo and to invest its sav John Skaln, tho county chairman ot lugs In Wnr Savings Stamps In order tho War Savings Stamp campaign, may not merely Bpoko and suggested yet another argu- thnt tho Government r,oC money, but spond this money for ment. tho support of tho army. "Toll tho man who will not buy that Succosslvo Liberty Loan Bonds will tho government will pot his money an he sold In campaigns at intervals. The way It ho will not lend It to a other War Savings campaign wilt last government which Is willing to pay a generous Interost. Thoro aro, I know, throughout tho year no doubt until Is over. It alms to develop men of wealth on your routes, who tho war of thrift that shall mako the havo so far refused to buy. Tell those habits stamps cumulative And the mon that tho assessment boards ot the salos of purvnn of limited means who invests county know tholr wealth, and that Savings Stamps does his they aro driving their government to in a few War man as resnrt to taxation.' Thoy nrq not go- share buys woll as the orwealthier Loan Llborty a quantity get nway without putting up who ing to bonds. Millions who could not afford some money for this war." to invost in Liberty bonds will be able nnd glad to help by investing In War A COMPARISON OF INTEREST. Snvlnpj Stamps. The two campaigns nro, In reality, but one that of flnanoA prent denl of speculation and Ing for victory. 'i have uilxen in connection w. s. s. wl'h Mm comparative interest returns of the War Savings Stamps and tho SCHOOLS DO GOOD WORK Ibomls of tho Third Llborty Loan. Now that tho Treasury Department Louisville, Ky., April 1, 191S. has announced that tho intorcst rata on the now bonds Is 1VI a compari- Mr. J. B. Mantle, Secretary Jofforson County, Wnr Savings Committee, son ...n bo made. CU Columbia Building, Louisville, A Wtr Savings Stamp bought Ky, 1, 1018, if hold until maturity '"'January 1, 1023, pays a total Interest My dear Mr. Mantlo: 1 havo tho honor to report to you or eighty-eigh- t cents, or sovontoun aiCI cents per annum. This is cqulvn thnt tho Wnr Savings Societies in per annum Loulsvillo public schools number C37. lent to a rnto of 4.27 Tho Interest rato increases cueh month A fow aro yet to bo organized. We this jear until in December tho ro have been In operation approximately turn develops ns follows: That month threo we'oks, ahd during that time tho stamp costs $1.2:1 nnd has four havo bold Thrift Stamps nnd Baby years until maturity. Tho total inter Bonds amounting to $11,934.00. 1 be est rorelved, if held until maturity, Is Hove thnt ovory school has done lt Hoventy-sovocents. For ouo year It best, and that this v.orK will continue nt high speed throughout tho your. amounts to nineteen and Tho schools that havo contributed cents, which is at the rate of 1.1)5 SuOO.OO or more aro listed below: par annum. ?2.G2S The Third Llborty Loan bonds will Girls High School not be convertible Into Huusequont Is (norgo Uogors Clark School .... S30 5U0 Hues, so you can assure tho public that Normal School 660 the pur. baser of Wnr Savings Stamps Goorgo W. Morris School M'J Is not discriminated against in tho now Longfellow School Wo fool that special oongrutulatioun bond issue. nro duo to tho Girls High School with I quoto the following from Secretary McAdoo: "Iu tho coming Liberty ita amount totaling $2,030, and to the Loan drive," said tho Secretory, "the Goorgo Rogers Clark School which War Savings organizations should con loads tho elementary cchools of the tluuo tholr efforts In tho formation ol olty with a total of S8S0. It is true War Savings tsoclotlos, educational Hint many ot the smnllur schools may work In tho schools, and general thrift havo done (mite as well if wo con propaganda. Thoro aro poraous who elder tho avorngo amount sold. For arc unablo to buy Llborty Loan bonds tho months of April wo shall have and nil those persons should bo urgod coiiipntml the nvorago amount sold on tho basis of tho averago number bo to buy Wnr Savings Stamps." You will nolo from this our cam- longing. This will make u fair com paign is not to slacken. Let our Slo-.4- , parlson between all sahools. Yours truly, gan bo: O. L. ItKID, Liberty Loan Ponds for tho fellow Superintendent who can buy them, and War Savings Stamps for everybody. ' ills-cu- Jan-mar0 ono-qunrt- rrBiTo Grass County Leads Stato in Thrift Stamp Drive Chairman S. E. Bedford Has Made Fine Record and People Have Come Forward In Pleasing and Commendable Way. Paris, Ky. A Iiluograss county Ilourhon, holds the record so far in Kentucky, size, population nnd quota considered, in tho salo of Thrift Stnmps and War Savings Stamps. Chairman S. K. Hertford has reported to Stato Headquarters nt Louisville that his organization has disposed of $100,000 worth of Stamps. Its quota 8 $349,210, and tho Dourbon organiza- tion is planning to have all of this amount either sold outright or pledged before tho Third Liberty Loan cam palgn is Ilnlshed In his section of Ken- tucky. which Tho Paris Kontucklan-Citlrcn- , ia actively with Mr. Bedford and his organization in this groat war activity, has tho following artichj with rofereuco to the campaign in Bourbon: 'Fifty-nin- e Bourbon county people havo boon enrolled In tho ono thou- sand dollar War Savings Stamp Club, as a result of their subscribing for the maximum of stamps permitted by the United States Government, "Othor porsons havo liberally sub- scribed for War Savings Stamps in amounts from five to five hundred dol- each and as a result Chairman S. B. Bedford has disposed of rnoro than ono hundred thousand dollars' worth of War Savings Stamps through his working committees distributed in Bourbon county. "Bourbon county's allotment of War Savings Stamps la $349,210, aud our people must hurry themselves a bit and subscribo quickly for tho stamps remaining unsold, "iu tho War Savings campaign Bour-bon people, rich and otherwise, have Como forward with their subscriptions to this gilt odgo Investment In a most pleasing and commcndablo way, for all of which County Chairman Bedford aud tho mombcrs of tho precinct committees are highly appreciative. How- over, tho unsold War Savings Stamps muBt bo sold beforo tho next issuo ot Llborty Loan Bonds, which will bo of- forod to tho public in April. Got busy you patriotic and llborty- loving peoplo ot Bourbon. Call on somo member of tho commltteo and buy liberally of tho War Savings Stamps, tho best and most desirablo Investment obtainable today. Do your duty now don't wait until members ol tho County Commltteo, all busy busl- noss mon, look you up to beg you to do your patriotic duty." s Look at that yellow slip on your men nu to mo amount nwmr rcsulliniSlhercfrc:mItrfanc7. "J able to buy tho Liberty Bonds. Whllo the Liberty Loan campaign is racSiraiteSijnatorcpC on thoro will bo many millions of patriotic Americans who will wish to do tholr share, but who can not afford IlffiCniTAVnGOHMJW tt.s a cto invost $50 or more. Their means do not equal their ambition to help. C'wC. . THEY WILL WELCOME THE OPVtlili PORTUNITY AT THIS PSYCHOLOGICAL TIME to buy tho War Savings Stamps, which In effect aro tho samo 1k "- as United States Government bonds. Exact Copy of Wrapper, Is srarcely ono of us who can Thero not become an owner of at least ono I Thrift Stamp, or a War Savings Stamp, and nono of us can. Invest more than $S2G ($1,000 maturity value) in War Savings Stomps. If War Savings rep- resentative-- approach this matter in the right way, tho third Liberty Cain palgn will be one of the greatest W. S. S. stimulants possible. Th"ri are about sixty out of one hundred men, and a greater percentage among worn-- ' No Moncy on nnd ch dr.en, whoso financial cirin Advance prevent them from cumstances 7ill Satinf acbuying Liberty Bon!3, but w,ho, Intion Guar spired with the dcslro to holp, will Bnioeil readily and enthusiastically buy W. LowcHtNot 3 i - Constipation and Diarrhoea. ruul ivwnsm II LOSS OF SLEEP Use For Over MSBmmMermm A U NEWyo"; Thirty Years tasrv cly a an NCW YORK Efl CITT, TMC CtNTAUR COMPANY - I ' I S. S. If properly conducted along dignified lines, no friction In tho two campaigns should result. Only tno ue3t or good will should nrovall among tho mem-- ' hers of both campaigns, but th.ro I should bo no abatement of activity on I mo pari oi every ono connecicu wnu tho War Savings campaign. On the contrary, it is the psychological and Ideal time to Intensify W. S. S. efforts. I jKMw'irv 1 xjSTscSg P. A. ETAHCK PRESIDENT 27 Easit A Saving ol TorniH Fact a co ;-- Pri R Wi"--'ttZe$- ESS 6100 to $SOO From Fac tory Direct -- ""0-(,&t "HITTING IT UP" IN . BOURDON COUNTY OWH HOME Wo will ship jou a beautiful Starck Piano for 30 days' freo trial. In your home. No cash payment required. All we ask Is that you will play upon, use and test this piano for 30 days. If, at the end of that time, you do not find it the highest grade, sweetest tone J and nnest piano In every way, that you have ever seen for tho money, you aro at perfec liberty to send lfbaclt, and wo will, In that event, pay the freight both ways. T. Starck Piano must make good with you, or there is no sale. 'c ship direct to yon from our factory, at prices that km e you upward) o( $100.00 Id Ac cost of your plana. W'c guarantee to furnish you a better piano for the money than you can You arc assured of receiving ftcure eisewberc. a it'3factor tweet tontj durable high grade plans. Evciy BUrck Piano guaranteed for 25 years. This iruarautea hi back ot It our 35 yean ot piano experience, and tlie reputation of an responsible piano house. 30- DAYS' - EE TiiAL IH YOUR Savo $150.00 or Mors t Easy Payments manufacturer. These terms are arranged to suit your comcnlence, and it Is possible for you to buy a piano for your home, without missing the money. p. You pay no cash down, but after 80 days of trial, jou can begin payment on the lowest, caslct terms eur suggested by a piano Chairman Bedford Tops Kentucky Counties With One Hundred Thousand Dollars Sold. A Bluegrass county, Bourbon, holds tho record so far In Kentucky, size, population and quota considered. In tho salo of Thrift Stamps and War Savings Stamps. Chairman S. E. Bedford has reported to Stato Headquarters at Loulsvillo that his organization has disposed of $100,000 worth of Stamps. Its quota Is $349,240, and the Bourbon organization is planning to havo all of this amount either sold outright or pledged beforo tho Third Liberty Loan campaign gets fairly started in his section of Kentucky. which Tho Paris Kcntucklan-Cltlzen- , with Mr. Bedis nctlvoly ford und his organization iu this great war activity has the following article with reforenco to tho campaign In Bourbon: "Fifty-nlnBourbon county people havo boon onrolled in tho Ono Thou sand Hollar War Savings Stamp Club as a result ot their subscribing for the maximum of Stamps permitted by tho United Stutcs Government. "Other persons havo liberally subscribed for War Savings Stamps In nmounta'from 11 vo to II vo hundred dollars ouch, and as a result Chairman S. E. Bedford has disposed of more than ouo hundred thousand dollars' worth of Wnr Savings Stamps through his working committees distributed In Bourbon county. "Bourbon county's allotment of Xfac Savings Stamps Is $349,240, und our peoplo must hurry themselves a bit quickly for tho Stamps and rem. lining unsold. "In tho War Savings campaign Bourbon peoplo, rich and otherwise, havo come lorward with tholr subscriptions I to tins glltcdgo investment iu a most pleasing and commendable way, for all I of which County Chairman Bedtord and tho juombors of tho product com 5 mittupj nrn litizlilv nnnraciatlvii. How- I o er, tho unsold War Savings Stamp of nut bo sold beforo tho noxt issue bo Liberty Loan Bonds, which will offered to tho public in April. "Got busy, you patriotic and liberty-lolnt- ? pooplo of Bourbon. Call on some meiubor of tho commltteo and buy lib orally of tho Wnr Savings Stamps, tho best and most dcslrablu Investment today. Ho your duty now don't .vail until mombors of the County Commltteo, all busy bus In 03 rutn, look you up to hog you to do yov potHotls duty." o 2ndWe - Hand Bargains F!ayG7PJansi? the hrat and most Starck Player-PIar.o- a t oturua haie constantly on liana a targe uumVr of tllghtly used are beauti- 50 Frso To every ?.1us!o 2 pianos of all nnd second-hanstandard makes taken In exchange for new Starck l'iinos nnd Plarcr-Fianos- . the follow- lng are a few cample bargains Lessons purchaser of Starck Pianos, we gh e free music lesions, in one of the best known schools in Chicago. These lessons you ran take iu your own home, by mall. This represents one year's free Instruction. wcoer Steinway Chickenng Kimball nu.uu 92.00 SO.OO ful Plaver PUotrt aa in? market, t'ou wni ds witli the many exclusive features of these instruments, and will be pleased with the very low prices at which they can be secured. 4,, Piano Das!; Frcu Send today for our new beautifully illustrated planj book which gives you a large amount ot Information regarding pianos. This book will Interest and please you. Write today. Starck Second-han- 95.00 295.00 bargain list. Send for our latest complete 1313 Starck BId. CHICAGO 46frfrifr$4fr Yon Can Whateye You want To Be t You can be a success, and a big success, if you havo W. S. S. - HAVE A THRIFT POCKET thrift pocket is a character build' it testa your capacity to rests:. You will find It as alluring as tho penny bank you ouco had on tho Solect tho pocket any ono will do and then Bolect tho coin. Suppose your "thrift coin" is a nlckol. Kvery nickel you got goes Into tho thrift pocket. You can not borrow from tho thrift pocket nor lond from it. Hxporionce proves that It isu't wlso oven to mako change from it, J and that it Is a failure if you aro not honest, scrupulously honest, with P, Every timo it gets put it Into Thrift Stamps. Thrift Stampi aro light! w, s. s. FROM RUDYARD KIPLING. A t I er man-tlcpicc- AMBITION, ERERGY, NERVE. On The road to success is easy if ' you are proporly prepared. A Business Education is the chief requisite '. for preparedness. The big men of today almost with- - ft out exception are the mon who prepared yesterday. We prepare you for the position that are waitin for the prepared man or woman. School n session the entiio year. Pupils may enter at any time and receive propor classification. over-heav- "It ain't tho individual Nor tho army as a whole, But tho ovorlastln' team-worOf ovory hloomlu' soul" k nil orb iXaBBiiBitiuiftjMU ol CI (Incorporated) OWENSBORO KY. i r4i4CWK0 r "' .lSEJ &ft&332Xari - JA- 'JiaffiflEEESTET 1 The Hartford ' Published Weekly by ifABTFOnD PRINTING COMTANY f, Of, . SMITH, President B. zz Incorporated W. S. TINSLEY, Scc-Trea- Republican s. 5HN Editor HENRY THOMAS TINSLEY, Associate Editor And Business Manager. Enured ntcorJIng to law nt the Potottlce Hnrtford, Ky., an mall matter of th second Iim, n,y ln cntlIcs !,rnf,'!lcs:. tho other ilny wo )y chlldrcns' Home, nt Louisville. Approaching tho ward of a score of uttlo girls, of ages from seven to nine, nppallod nt their eager wo wcro craving to bo loved. They clung to us In clustors, and chorused tho cry "aIss mo". Ono by ono wo kissed t'.oso childish lips, and nt tho touch of each offered a rovcrcnt prayer to tho Father of Orphans to send these dear bnhes Into some family homo where their longing for Iotc could be appeased. " '. The Inquirer, which plays second to fiddle to the Messenger In the newsAddreas all communications paper field at Owensboro, has deliver"ft Hartford Republican. ed Itself of this brilliant, sclntllnting paragraph, "Wo had always under NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS e dtelrlng the jinpfreent to n new stood that Hnrtiortl went by obtcrlbera anyhow". Before tho advent of most glTe the old oddrrra In making the addroM nqaeat. Ed Leigh into second class Journalism Bntlnnaa Locnla nnd Xotlcf 10c per line find 5c In Owensboro such a stroke of editorline tor ench nddltlonnl Insertion. tr The Ha- Sbltoarlea, Resolutions and Card of Thinks;.' ial genius was unknown. gers were of course handicapped by line, money In advance. (or aervlrea tree, hot other some measure of decent respect for Oharrh Kotlcr idrertlaemrnta, 8c pr line. county, JLnonymona cominnnlcatlona will rewire no the citizens of a neighboring some of whom were on tho subscrlp ttentlon tion list of the Innuircr. but Lelch is so heavily charged with witty sarcasm TELSPKOITEC. 123 that he must shoot, let tho dart strike OMraTbrlo.d. ynnaexa iXitio.l ES where It may. This coarse criticism of the good people of Hartford, by tho Inquirer, should not predju-dlc- e . y c MAY 3 FRIDAY the people of the town and county against Owensboro, a city of exSpeaking of Thomas and his garAmong the many things wo do not cellent citizens and the home of at den (with apologies to tho reader) John invariably walks out to his know is why, when Europe is crying least ono decent newspaper. garden patch, but 11 times out of for America to rush men to the rescue, the cantonments nre nearly KENTUCKY CHILDREN'S HOME. 13 he rides back in an automobile. We asked one who knows John Henempty. The Kentucky Childrens' Homo, at ry best, the whyfores of the matter, "War gardens will add many mil- Louisville, is an institution organized and he says about as follows: "John lions of dollars worth of vegetables to as a philanthropic clearing house, so Intensely despises labor, he altho crop of food products this season. through which tho abandoned child- ways walks, very slowly, when going The people should continue to plant ren of the stnto could bo gathered up to It, so that he may prevent the nnd cultivate seasonable vegetables .ml eventually be placed In tho homes meeting as long as possible and for of people who would give them par- the same reason, conversely, due to as the season advances. ental lore and training. his burning desire to" get away from Saturday morning we took the any thing that smacks of manual efOhio county people have responded with patriotic liberality to tho Third three children of Jesse Cook, of Ech- forts, ho halls the first passing auto Liberty Loan Bond sale, and have ols, to Louisville to place them In the and climbs aboard In order to the taken nearly treble tho amount as- Home. Mr. L. S. Harbin, tho As- more quickly put distance betwixt signed to the county. Already more sistant Superintendent, met us at the himself and the point of garden or than $200,000 worth of bonds have depot and tool: charge of the child- other physical exertion." ., , been sold and the sale has not clos- ren. At his invitation wo visited the -- ... , ed yet. institution, and were shown through Doc Pirtle and Ed Barrass say the various departments. The object these dadshanged, big May frosts Uohemlans are fighting with tho and purpose of the Institution as well have nipped the bud In their fishing Italians. This is the best news that as tho order and system of its man plans, as, owing to present conditions. lias come out of Europe for many a agement, were explained to us by the looking to one's health and personal day. It is not the number of Bohem- Superintendent, Mr. Sehon, and the safety, a fellow Is obliged to do his ian soldiers that is significant, but other officials and attendants. fishinc 'twixt tho cold and hot tho straw that shows the long exThis was our first acquaintance spells. In other words, the weather pected rupture In Austria-Hungar- y with this admirable institution, and must bo rather temperate, as they has begun. The one best hope for we are pleased to say to Ohio county are wholly unprepared to withstand an early ending of tho war is the people that we found it in every way the chilly morning's blast and are by jestlcssness of the dual empire. worthy of the highest commendation. no means, willing to undergo a We saw the children, grouped by chance for snake bites, likely in hot The people are responding liber ages, from tho Incubator up, and all weather. ally when asked to give for any of t)f them had every appearance of the war purposes, but they should be having received careful and skilled ' Tinsley, tho business manager of asked to give only for those purattention. From the Superintendent this sheet, on finding out the true poses that are essential and necesdown to the humblest attendant there condition of matters pertaining to sary. This war is a serious business, was a spirit of service that appealed absolutely nothing doing along the and all the money available may be to and snake bite stuff, the observer. Every one seemed line of anti-froneeded for practical ends, and should to be in love with his work. We were Immediately wired John Moore, In not be wasted on purely sentimen- especially pleased to find in the baby Louisvillo, and on John's refusal to tal projects. ward a woman, Mrs. Bruner, with In any wise aid in the premises, ' to Tinsley dejected, but flatfootedly rer The English government is pro- maternal instinct big enough mother a score of babies. Cleanli- fused to make this annual excursion ceeding slowly in the matter of confirst scripting Ireland. The British real- ness, sanitation, was apparent in with tho fishing club, tho go. time The every department. The children In 27 years ho failed to ize the danger of starting a conflagrasays things are aro not wanting In were all clearly happy and contented. Business Manager tion. The Irish The business of this institution is not what they used to be any more. loyalty to their Ideals, nor are they ,of courage. As to gather up children who aro already lacking In the quality to their You may look for a lot of punk Jreemen the Irish would rally to the paupers, and who, If left present environment, would, many of stuff In tho old sheet next week. support of their government, but as and find Circuit Court will bo in session and bondsmen they decline to yield fur- them become criminals, homes for them among the best fami- wo Just can't, or won't work when ther to the whip of their masters. If England will give Ireland a free Par- lies of the state. Tho care of the in- there is any one around. liament, Ireland's Parliament will stitution does not stop with placing but. Mrs. Martin says, since Ranse.got send her sons to fight side by side the children in private homes, at periodic intervals a reprcsenta- - his car, he goes to tho farm to work .tilth their British brothers. Ive of the Homo visits the children so twlco every day, that is, he leaves sorry we can't like it; hon- placed to see if they nre being prop home with that announcement, tho We are estly we have tried to because there erly cared for. The visitor carries a his hands thus far sho no signs of preeeems no other way, but we just camera and snapshots the child just tho horny bumps of toll. Our to can't form a taste for the goose neck as he finds it in tho homo or at diction is that Ransomo is going in re- play, and before the family have had find that his spark plug Is going to hoe plan of keeping the roads pair. As a garden tool the gooso tlmo to prepare It for the occas'on go dead, and his carburetor fall to stuff In an neck hoe is a useful tool, but It is a Inquiries and other means arc used work on this leetle light for road work. And tho to keep in touch with the treatment automobile, with Mrs. Martin. organization don't look good to us tho child receives in its adopted MEN AVIT1I TEAMS WANTED. homo. The writer will visit this incither. With a hundred generals fighting the stitution again at an early date and road overseers each A number or men with teams wantroad problem after his own notions will give tho readers of this paper Owto ex- an extended account of the working:) ed to work on tho Hartford and of generalship wo find It hard ensboro road, near Alexander school pect results. Just 'pears to us that of this remarkable medium of saving Will pay $4.00 per day. See these hundred corporals ought to helpless children from the slums and house G. O. HARDING, or call have a captain over them so's thero'd prisons. Hartford, Ky. m business. be some system about tho WHISTLING JACK JAILED. DIED ON TRAIN. Judge B. J. Bethurum, of SomerWhistling Jack, tho sablo music race for set, has decided to enter the Rodnoy Ross, of Contertown, who the Republican nomination for United machine, the Haytl mocking bird Ser-vlcwho loved John Barleycorn, not wise- had enlisted In tho U. S. Naval States senator. from his and waB Judge Bethurum is well known in ly but too well, fell into tho meshes Naval Trainlegal and political circles of the state, of tho law and tho arms of the city home to tho Great Lakes 111., where ing Station, Camp Logan, and Republicans throughout tho com marshal at an early hour Monday When he signs tho mar- - ho had been ordered to report for monwealth will bo pleased at his en morning. early on tho try Into the race It appears now 'rlago bond book, or replevin bond for duty, died morning, thaln It was as .'a probable flno for early morning Jag Wednesday that tho only other candidate for Chicago. Wo wero unable this nomination will bo Dr. Ben L. ho will sign just plain Jack Collins, nearlng anything whatever as to tho Dethu-rucolored, but In tho early hours of tho to learn llruner, of Louisville. Judge young Ross death. Tho recomes from tho eleventh district, night when ho ladens tho south winds cause of brought homo for burieast- with whistling melody everybody for mains will bo nnd will have a big following in al, arriving late this evening perhaps. ern Kentucky, where ho is a popular blocks around says, "listen to whistlYoung Ross was 22 years of age, favorite, and ho is also assured of a ing Jack." unmarried and is survived by his big following in central and western Father, Mr. Frank Ross, of Center-towFREED TO JOIN ARMY. Kentucky. threo sisters and three brothFrankfort, Ky., May 1. On tho ers, ono of whom, Horbert, Is now In Far down in tho depths of every human heart there is an appealing promiso that thoy would Join the training at Camp Logan, in tho naval susbranch of tho sorvlco. longing to bo loved. It cries from army, Circuit Judge Stout y Tho writer was with tho deceased pended judgment against James tho heart of tho bubo and laments from the bosom of age. The world Is Nuchols, Henry Hensler and T. Cook, young man, over a short lap of his starring for love, uud tho lack of it who wero charged with petty offenses. Journey, made to answer his country's sun-tim- essed by men zr for backward for the same tjr)Tjfy is call to duty, and, as wo bndo tho young man farewell In a warm and friendly handclasp, viewing him In apparent perfect physical condition, (By Fluko McFlukc.) Uttlo did wo think we wero so soon Dick Carpenter wanted to go to to hear of his sudden, and to us, Owcnsbnro Tuesday morning, and seemingly untimely death. Wo exDick said as how ho was In somewhat tend to the family our sympathy. of a hurry to reach tho "Ynller Hanks" ho didn't have tlmo to fool ; FINAL SI'AHril IIKING MADE FOR CYCLOPS with this blamed M. H. ft E. Limited or L. & N. affair or what ever It Washington, April 30. As tho is called, so ho was going to hoof It. Ho did nnd bent tho train In about final phaso in tho search for tho miss(This Is not a It. H. Ad.) ing naval collier Cyclops, tho Navy an hour. Department announced numerous boat crows aro being landed by war-shito question fishermen along ' tho coasts of tho West Indian Islands near tho route taken by tho collier when she sailed from Barbados ncar-- ; ly two months ago. Not ono of tho many vessels en- democ-b- e ' gaged in tho search has reported tho or of any other . finding of wreckage ' clew that would aid in solving the " mystery. Navy ofllclals admit that tho tlmo .( Is drawing near when they must for mally give up for lost the big collier with nearly three hundred persons on board. rf" Ap 9 ASSESSMENT FIGURES STRAY STREAKS MEN A N WANTED? or 12 laborers to work on Hartford and Owensboro road. Work to begin May 1. Will pay 10 to-da- : drivers, and Wanted 15 or 20 teams with made pub rr father. Sir ..... The assessment of property for taxation is perhaps tho least systematic of all the departments of tho county's business. A dozen, or perhaps a score, of deputy assessors approach tho property holder nnd accept whatever valuo ho elects to place on his property, as a final list, and then a board of supervisors, the members of which do not know a thing about the valuo of one tenth of the property In the county, take a random shot nt equalizing the burden of taxation. For tho benefit of those who nro Interested In such matters we offer, by precincts, tho number of acres of land in each, and the assessed value per acre tjj.i No Value acres per acre 14392 $11.70 East Hartford 9.". IS 17.30 West Hartford 13.00 Bcda 11.79S 1C.1C1 Sulphur Springs 13.00 S.20 Magan 6,203 13.00 Cromwell 9.3S5 S.20 11,345 Cool Springs 4,441 10.00 North Kockport 9.60 9,543 South Rockport 7,033 6,70 Select 7. SO 9,707 Horse Branh 16,754 7.00 Roslne 17.00 East Beaver Dam ..10,937 4,437 2S..0O West Beaver Dam 3,772 Mcllenry 11.20 13.S4S 12.60 Centertown 7,294 10.70 Smallhouse 9,256 9.00 East Fordsvllle 12,377 9.00 West Fordsvllle 13.00 4.S26 Aetnavllle S.00 7,445 Shrevo S.00 S.463 Olaton 14.00 S.744 Buford S.40 15,355 Bartlett 9,467 10.70 Heflln S.00 4,215 Ceralvo 13.50 9,163 Point Pleasant.... 6,996 13.60 Narrows 7.10 Ralph 9.029 9,425 9.00 Prentiss 7,050 7.70 Herbert 5.20 9,502 Arnold 9.60 1,085 Render 1,121 9.00 Simmons TOWN LOTS $205,860 Hartford, 242 lots 109,015 Beaver Dam, 179 lots 79,460 Fordsvllle, 194 lots 54,520 Rockport, 194 lots IjU.Vlllf " 50c per Hour for Teams With Drivers, and 20c per Hour for Laborers Applications must be in by May 1. The Federal Government is restricting many kinds of labor, but it is encouraging the building of roads as a necessary means of bringing production to market. TfUHT Call or Telephone 3.. u MACK COOK, - County Judge HARTFORD. KENTUCKY. " . .. . .... in different styles, ready to ship. and Prices reasonable. Special bargains in Pure Lead and Oil House Paint bought before the advance. Write us for prices de- livered. We have a good line of Varnishes, Brushes, etc. 4-fo- ot X st (Send Cu-.l- i With Order.) t t FORDSVILLE PLANING MILLJCO., I (Incorporated) Jake wiNon, MHiMRcr. . Fordsville, Kentucky. $ RED CROSS NOTES. sisting of 50 towels, 8 quilts 25 dress 18 wash cloths, skirts, and 25 The ladles have been quite busy at the lied Cross rooms this week, finishing and Inspecting the Hospital shirts, bo that a shipment may bo made Friday. Thla will bo tho largest shipment they havo yet made. Nearly half of tho garments wero MILLINERY. made by the Beaver Dam unit, and great credit is due them; not only "Save your money to buy tho bonds for the goodly number, but for the to lick tho Kaiser" by having your beautiful style in which they are finlast season's hat reblocked and trim- ished. style. Also, med In new, Tho cutting commltteo, composed to new shapes rocelved every week. of Mrs. Annie Lashbrook and Mrs. MRS. S. C. SMITH, Mrs. John Riley, has given two days With Hug Clothing Co., Hartford. work this week. Mrs. Tho Inspection committee REVOLUTION BREWING Sam Harnett, Mrs. W. M. Fair and IN AUSTRY-HUNGARMrs. Carlisle Render havo also glv- urn nft niM rtnrt a April 30. A dispatch , London, sent oui ueuier a iimuuu, i 1u,t0 attractive, and a substantial Y chemlso hnvo been completed. Thoso garments were mndo according to tho fashion of tho country for whoso use thoy aro intended, and strictly by Red Cross directions, nnd tho material wns purchased with tho money received from Sunday eggs contributed. Next Saturday, thero will bo on display nt tho Tea Room nn nfghan knitted by tho 5th nnd 6th grades out of scraps of wool donated by frlencLs of tho work. A valuable fcaturo of tho Junior Red Cross work in Louisvillo is tho fnct that it has been incorporated into tho regular school curriculum. Supt. O. L. Rled recommended and tho Board of Education authorized that nil Industrial work In tho school should bo Rod Cross work. SCHOOL EXAMINATIONS. A! ...... u. , approaching revolution in aro becoming daily more '..... ',' , nJnolP .uv.,.it.nf .1 .ri.i.n ev- n Providing funds for tho Red Aurtria-Hungar- y o, te m n, to-du- ident. A plebiscite is being held among tho Serbs, Croats and Slovenes In favor of their union with Serbia and Montenegro In ono national independent State under tho scepter of King Peter of Serbia. Tho prime archbishop of Carnlola is at tho hend of this movement. "Demonstrations of a very serious character are taking placo In tho Jugoslav provinces," says tho dispatch. "Now comes news that at tho request of tho Austrian Government, and with the sanction of tho pope, JUNIOR HKD CROSS ROES GOOD WORK the nuncio at Vienna has opened a against the archdisciplinary inquiry Tho work of tho Junior nod Cross bishop of Carnlola for placing himhas been very gratifying to every ono self at tho head of this revolutionary movement. Great developments interested. Slnco its organization Feb. ISth, aro expected." a surprisingly large amount of work FOR SALE. has been dono for tho soldiers and springs, mattress refugco allies. Ono bedstead, and dresser. MRS. OLLIB BARN-ETThis weok thoir last allotment of 38tf garments for thla school term, con Hartford Ky. T, Cross work. About $58.00 has been turned Into tho treasury by tho Ten Room, from threo Saturday oponlngs. Tho knitters nro busy too, and have a good number of socks and sweaters ready for tho Friday shipment. Examinations for common school diplomas will ho hold at Hartford, Boaver Dam and Fordsvlllo, May 10 and 11. The Examination at Hartford will bo hold by tho Superintendent, that at Beaver Dam by Mrs. I. S. Mason and tho ono at Fordsvlllo by Mrs. Ollio Duff. It la expected that Rheumatism. Get Rid of Your sixty or moro applicants will jppoar Now is tho time to get rid of your rhoumatism. You will find Cham- for this examination. 4 berlain's Liniment n great help. Tho is alone worth relief which it affords HIGH SCHOOL CLOSES. m many times Its cost. -- Tho spring term of tho Hartford High school practically closes Thoro aro two moro weeks of tho term, but next weok will bo given over to examinations, and the week following will bo Commencement week. to-da- y. Children Ory FOR FLETCHER'S CASTO R A ! : IjPflljBFffllPftEffi- - .V.4" .. - .uL. Iji fe. ibatf wa,,... -. , ' ' - frtift frikltfltoTilti m niv ,. , iifiiilftir V, NEW MILLINERY Mr. EMM Park, Mrs. J. I). Tappln Dr. nnd Mrs. Wlllard Lake, of and Miss Kmma Park went to Owens-- 1 Simmons, wcro in town Monday. horo Wednesday, where Mlsa Kmma Mrs. Oscar McKlnncy, of Heaver will take treatment under Dr. Hoover. Dam, spoilt Iho wcok end with friends Dr. E. II. Pendleton nccnmpanled In Louisville. them. Mr. J. II. Thomas will move his Mr. llrady Peyton, of Fordsvllle, was thrown from a horso a fow dnys family hero from Loulsvlllo next ngo, and painfully injured. week. Mr. Thomas, will occupy Mrs. Olllo Harnett's residenco , on Fred-crlc- n street. United meal nnd straight meal, mado from tho very best corn. At tho election hero W. B. ELLIS & DUO. 41t4 successors will bo elected to Mr. Mrs. Dan King returned Saturday Henry Carson nnd Judgo W. H. from a visit with her daughter, Mrs. Harnes whoso terms as members of tho school board expire with tho presCharles Jennings, at Graham. ent school year. Judgo Newton Belcher, of Grecn-vlllWilliam S. Moore, who has been will be the principal speaker at spending the past wcok hero with his tho patriotic rally here Sunday. mother and family, Mrs. E. P. Moore, GO TO ACTON BROS, for your returned to New York, yesterday, to groceries, whero you can get best val resume big duties with tho Federal ues for your produce nnd money. 44t2 Shipping Hoard. o, ' A ! Doubly Interesting Announcement New Welworth Blouses Are Here No Advance in Price Illustrating ono of tho new AVchvorth Priced always and everywhere at Just Models two dollars ARE receiving now almost every day the newest creations in Millinery. Also some advance summer styles. Never a better time to make your selections. If it's a new one, we can fix you, or if it's an old one we can touch it up. Panama hats and at a nominal price. When in need see us, and remember that it pays to trade with a house that saves you money. WE ed County Clerk Claudo Blankenship Some sale! For tho rest of the season I will sell my E. B. Thomp and Mr. Chester Leach, of Heaver son Eggs for half price $1.00 for Dam, were In Loulsvlllo tho first of 1G. tho week, where Mr. Leach took J. C. lLEIt. treatment under a specialist on Miss Hnttio Weller, who had been nervous troubles. teaching in Oklahoma for several months, has returned to her home Look at that yellow slip on your at Dundee. paper, then add to tho amount owing by you, 409 like amounts. Perhaps QUALI Whlppoorwlll Pcas-BES- T you may get an idea as to how It TY, Tennessee stock, ?3.G0 per hurts us In our business to carry delinquent subscribers. 4 III W. E. Ellis & Bro. TOMATO PLANTS Earllana, Archie Mnxey, came down from Pondorosa, etc., 10c per doz., 2Cc per Camp Taylor Saturday to spend a 3 doz. and COc per 100. By mall, 5c few days with his parents, Mr. and per package extra. Mrs. C. I. Maxey. E. M. MOltTON, 40tf Centertown, Ky. Tho best place to buy your rubber roofing Is where quantity, quality and You, who are going to bo In the right prices prevail. market for an OIL STOVE In early ACTON DUOS. 44t2. spring or summer, don't forget that we can furnish you tho New Process Writo Fordsvllle Plaining Mill Co. and New Perfection Stoves In tho latfor prices on first class wood silos. est models. They will bo glad to give you full In- 44t2. ACTON BROS. formation promptly. Wo have lots of Roofing. Nails, Staples, Light Hardware and Screen Wire. Just received. Corn Flour.too. ILER'S GROCERY. Dr. F. B. DeWitt, who entered tho army medical corps a few months ago with the rank of Lieutenant, was recently promoted to the rank of Major. This is a splendid compli- The popularity of Welworth Blouses is due 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. ever-growing 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 they are made and sold accounts for this fortunate condition. You will have to, see these exceptional Blouses to realize how much your money will buy; they represent the latest and smartest styles and are unequalled in value and service giving qualities. J26b .The WELWORTH BLOUSES ARE SOLD HERE ONLY Olllo Duff, C. T. Whittinghill, Amos physisian. Carson, Pearl Drown and Carrie Southard were Ohio County visitors If you want to Louisville last week. pay. cash. This circuit court will begin here Mon- less of rating. get tickets day for a two weeks term. Only to ice. bo civil cases will ment to this young Ohio county ice buy Ice books or applies to all regardWill Instruct driver or cash or not leave ELLIS ICE CO., Hartford, Ky. Carson YELLOW PAINT USED. (EL Co. HARTFORD, KY. heard, and the Ar-tel- la . Crunk swore out a writ for Allen, and when brought before the county Mr. Morris Patterson and Miss Murray, Ky., April 30. Yellow- - judge he gavo bond for his appear-anc- o This office frequently receives news were married at Olaton Slone MAX 3 FRIDAY Buy your staples, poultry and barb paint night was in county Court here Saturday. Saturday. The wedding came as a letters that we would bo glad to use doo'rs last window smeared on the ed wJre'from Acton Bros. and frames of the 44t2. surprise to the community. but for the fact the writer has failed to sign his name. Under no circum- News and Truth office, Covington READS ODDLY STRUNG.. M., H. & E. R. R. TOiS TABLE. Dr. E. B. Pendleton was in Bros.' Wholesale Grocery and B. LuBy I. D. Clalrs Riley who has been at- stances will wo publish a communicaBound, No. 115 Miss Ruth South a fow days last week. cas store and 9:05 a. m. tending the Business University at tion unless we know who Is respon Rev. shoo B. Taylor, the home r, of the Deo at Hartford preacher-editoH. Energy dosn't always get Its just Bowling Green, came homo Saturday sible for it. Korth Bound, No. 114 whose writings on the war started a reward. Ed For Sale Tomato Plants. Mail Barrass always walks ...6.46 p. m. Dae at Hartford for a few days visit in Hartford. orders solicited. in this section of the like he was goln' to a ECK RIAL. There is one visitor that calls on controversy (Both "Mixed" Tralni.)fire, and a wag country. In addition to tho smearing form the country, seeln' Ed comin' Mr. A. E. Pate and Miss Anna Rac all of us in early summer and no one Mrs. Lon Austin, of Beaver Dam, Carson went to Owensboro, Tues wants him In their home, I speak of of yellow paint at Mr. Taylor's News down the street in his customary was a visitor at this olllce yesterday. day and each drove a new Maxwell Mr. Fly. Tho best way to keep this and Truth office and home, arrows hurry, remarked, "Ed Barrass must unwelcome pest from yous homo is wero painted. The significance of ar- be wonderfully behind with his walk-I- n' back for the Hartford Motor Co. Personal News " Mr. J. S. Carden, made a business to use screen wire' cloth, which can be rows is puzzle. It is believed that the trip to Owensboro Tuesday. 44t2. paint was used because a prominent Mrs. J. II. Williams and Mrs. J. E. had of ACTON BROS. young man failed to report to his It's grindin' on one's nerves to live and Social Euents. Davison left Wednesday morning for Judge W. H. Barnes is In South Hopkinsvllle to attend the District Clarence Robertson, a highly re- draft board after hearing the preach- In constant dread of beln' asked an Carolina this week, attending to some Convention of the Christian church. spected young colored man, who for- ings of tho Rev. Mr. Taylor. embarrassln' question. I cant sleen. legal business. merly resided In Fordsvllle, died at good'o nights wonderin' what I ough-te- r POULTHY-POULTRsay if Mrs. Tinsley asks mo whero Robert Mason, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nashville, Tenn., Sunday night of Hay for .Sale. U. S. Carson. Mr. Abbott, traveling auditor for Ike Mason, was recently transferred bronchial trouble. His remains were Wilburn spends his evenin's. Tho embargo on hens has been Express Company was from Hattlesburg to New Jersey, and taken to McQuady, Breckenrldge, ., lifted and we are paying 16 cents Glenn Tluflley was In 'Owensboro, the American in town Tuesday. MARRIAGE LICENSE. Is now probably on his way to France. County, the place of his birth, for per pound for hens and 10 cents per Tuesday. i pound for roosters any timo you deburial. , s. liver at our house, still we advise you paper Onis Evans, 20, Narrows, to We are now selllnk Miss Marguerite Taylor, of Owens Mr. Henry 'Carson was in Louisville to keep all laying hens for the eggs, bags for sacking country haras. 18, Fordsvllle. At the Christian Church, Monday boro, and Mr. Coakley Taylor, of last week. and BETTER PRICES which are alJerry M. Clark, 42, McHenry, to W. E. ELLIS & BUO. Maceo, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. night May the Cth. there will be an most certain to prevail later on, yet Howard Ellis Saturday night and open meeting of the Woman's Mis- it is perhaps advisable for you to linnle B. Forbes, 24, Williams Mlno3. Mr. W. S. TInsley was In Owens- Oscar Kelloy, 21, Beaver Dam, to Mr. I. S. Mason, of where Sunday. sionary Society, The Circle and the dispose of your roosters and boro Tuesday. hens at present prices. ever there Is an insurance prospect, Edith Chinn, 17, Beaver Dam. Mission Band. All members are urgDAVIDSON-SEA-ADAM- S CO. Marion Patterson, 18, Olaton, to Remember the Red Cross Toa ed to be present. The State workers, W. E. Ellis & Bro., Mgrs., You can get horse and mule feed wub in town Monday. Stanly Will be Hartford, Ky, Artie May Stono, 21, Olaton. room will be open after- Mrs. Walden and Mrs. at Acton Bros'. Willie Mlnton, 23, Echols, to Annlo Judgo Walter Wilklns, qt Central noon and evening. It is a worthy invited to attend. FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. Shafer, Echols. as In City, was In Beaver Dam on legal institution and should be generousMLss Myrtle Lashbrook business Wednesday. R. W. Brown, 60, Butler county, to G. A. Barnes, J. A. Cadwell and ly patronized. Owensboro Saturday. .$4.50 M. E. Chapman, 47, Prentiss. County Agent Browder went to Glen-dcan- e 100 lbs. Hen Feed, no grit Herman Park, 19, Hartford, to ice ticket books are worthless unTuesday to look over some 100 lbs. Baby Chick Feed, no Mr. M. L. Heavrln returned TuesUncle Dan Wilson.of Horso Branch, grit 5.25 Hartley Tinsley, 21, Hartford. less endorsed on back by W. E. Ellis. day from tho bedside of his brother, short horned cattle with a view to was in town yesterday. 100 lbs. Oyster Shells 1.15 i 42t4 ELLIS ICE CO. Dr. Charlie Heavrln, who is critical buying breeding stock. They did not MISS LEACH HONORED. 85 find just what they were looking for 100 lbs. Mussel Shell ly 111 of euremlc poisoning, at the Mr. John Rone, of Centertown, 2.00 Squlro W. S. Edge and Mr. C. D. Pope Sanitarium, in Louisville. nnd will tako up tho matter later 10 lbs. Peaberry Coffco was In town yesterday. Miss Aleno Leach, daughter of Sen10 lbs. Good Coffoo 1.50 Evnns, of near Magan, were In town with other stock breeders. 20 Cakes Lenox Soap 1.00 ator Albert Leach, who has been atBring mo your junk and get your Hamilton, of Cromwell, on business yesterday. Mr. Billo .15 tending Frankfort High school since Wo were misinformed about the 1 Doz. LARGE Jumbo Pickles. feed, fertilizer, seeds and farming was umong our visitors Wednesday. 1:1.50 tho first of tho year comes out with Buy some of thoso good cakes In implements. death, In France, of tho soldier boy, 1 Can puro Hog Lard G Boxes Macaroni 25 first honor in .a test regarding a car-ta- in Clelda Evans. A young man from D. L. D. SANDEF.UR, Mrs. Claudo Davis, of Akron, Ohio, bulk from ACTON BROS, and seo if 3 Boxes (20-oz- .) :t5 Oatmeal standard for Honor Roll", only Evans' homo community canio into at Horse Branch. they don't taste like more. Beaver Dam, Ky. 42t3 Is visiting relatives .35 two In tho class reaching that stan olllce and reported tho incident, 5 Cakes Fels Naptha Soap... our 1 Doz. Hudson Lye 1.00 dard. Mr. and Mrs. John C. Riley will Eyes tested, glasses and frames fit- and later we called tho nearest point Mr. F. L. Felix returned Northern Potatoes REAL cheap. move into tho Dr. Riley property on ted tho best way, and guaranteed at we could reach to young Evans home from n buslnoss trip to Loulsvlllo, IN COUNTY COURT. beforo-tho-wWill pay tho best market prlco for prices. Why pay nnd again woro told the report was Frederlca street, next week. more? No charge for testing. lLER'S GROCERY. correct. Upon such Information we ggs. Get that Blue Bird Plow you promJ. B. TAPPAN, William Chancellor qualified as NoAs an inducement to sell ice books felt justified in making tho report. t. Jeweler & Optician. ised yoursolf, from W. E. ELLIS & will sell books at 5 per cent discount; tary Public. MAKE THE HEN HELP. t4 a BRO. Bring us your Sunday eggs for the Mrs. Bessie Moxley qualified as ad12.00 book for $1.90. Have plenty of Ice at plant. Will Attorneys C. E. Smith and Otto ELIS ICE COMPANY, benefit of tho Red Cross. Highest ministrator of the estate of J. C. Moxgets warm Martin, with their stenographers, not deliver until weather Hartford, Ky. Mr. Glenn Barnes, who spent the ley, deceased. cash prices paid at all times. wont to tho Hopewell neighborhood enough to justify running wagon. winter In Texas, returned homo TuesL. T. Riod qualified as Notary PubW. E. ELLIS & BRO. The board of supervisors will meet yesterday to take depositions in a Prlco the season, 80c per cwt. Less 41t4 day. , lic. Monday to hear protests of thoso suit to bo heard at tho approaching than 25 lbs. will bo a cent a pound. O.V SERIOUS CHARGE. Road overseers woro nppolnted as By tho block, 50c per cwt. Will sell frost Wednesday night did proporty holders who think their torm of Circuit Court. Tho follows: Walter Campbell, C. A. Llud-le- y, strictly for cash, so plcaso keop ticket porno small damago to early garden raises wero too high. BUI Allen, a singlo man of Render, W. A. Dover, Energy Mooro, B. A. THOMAS' Stock and poultry books or cash on hand If you expect was arrested Monday on a charge of vegetables. Fred Samples, J. T. Newcomb, J. W. Do not soy to delivery boy "let mo remedies Is mighty good stuff nearly to tako Ice. May purchaso ico books detaining a woman. It is alleged Brown, Estll Funk, James Golf, Fred I will pay you In tho every farmer knows it and wo want nt plant, from dolivery boy or from Any ono wanting Ice call W. E. have Ico and that Allen approached Mrs Dora Faught, E. A. Bennett, Norman Pay now and ho you to know it will W. E. Ellis & Bros.' place of buslnoss. Crunk, n married woman, nud Camp, J. A. Stewart, Ernest Boshaui, Ellis' residence, elthor jbono, or the morning." you Ice.him will leavo need it ELLIS ICE CO., attempted to ombraco her, and made Clarence Wilson, Guy Benuett and over Homo phono. Ico plant ELLIS ICE CO. 42t4 W. E. Ellis & Bro. Agonts. 42t4 Hartford, Ky. ELLIS ICE CO. indocont proposals to her. Mrs. Tom Baker. 42t4 was In town Tuesday. - Hartford Republican Esquire WInson Smith, of Select, docket Is of some length. 42t4 i i : 48-lb- Polly-Daniel- non-layi- . ar 43-4- et VjxiwiBmmmim iTBhiii f tn 'iwm kuz 4 f V V ' remaining 10,000,000 dogs would OUR OFFICIALS. may incline our Hearts unto him, to WILL YOU bring tho government $2G0,000,000; walk in nil his ways, and to kcop ONE MILLION AT TAKE OUR There nro mnny offic- tho hides of tho tlcnd dogs would his commandmonts." HOTEL ials still living, a list of whom, with furnish leather for 290,000,000 pairs Hymn "America, tho Beautiful," or "Tho Dattlo Hymn of the Hepubllc," their residenco nnd occupations, fol- of gloves for our soldiers; enough lows: ood formerly given to tho dogs would SCHOOL or Judges nro, John B. bo Bavctl to feed 30,000,000 pcoplo. "My Country, 'Tls of Thee." Our A Trialrfltnl C. The Sunday School Forces and the Wilson and II. It. Wedding, lawyers, me for WEAK Present War. v Hartford. $100 Reward, $100 THIS IS GOAL SET BY STATE Superintendent "Our country docs LUNGS or faaaaaaaaaimi court clerks Tho four Tho this bo not ask its to dlo for her only, sho nrc, 1). M. Hockcr, In business at pleased renders of Hint paperIs willlenst ASSOCIATION FOR Pu to learn nt there CONSUMPTION. asks us to llvo and so to act that her dlsenso that MAY 5th. hns Corbin, Ky.; Rowan Holbrook, bank- ono dreaded euro In nil Its sclonco nnd LL ofamericam s been nblo to government may bo puro, her stnees er, Hartford, Ky.; S. K. Cox, retired, thnt Is entnrrh. Cntnrrh belnff crontly honest, and cvory corner of hor Influenced by constitutional conditions fee tine. A quick relief for tliat llrfil, territory n place fit to grow tho best Hartford, Ky., nnd W. S. Tinsloy of requires constitutional treatment. Unit's In a city where cood hotels coughs, pnlna in chest, night sweats. Iiemor bound, the Powhatan heads the Cntnrrh Medicine Is tnken Internally nnd Hartford Republican. men and women who shall rulo over tho GREAT DAY IS BEING PLANNED timers, weak lungs or consumption. H it doe int. nets thru the. Blood on the Mucous Surnot help yon II costs you nolMot. Thoro nro flvo living her." C faces! of the Syetem thereby destroying It It first In tin hurts ol Its tlio foundation of tho disease, nlvlns tho countrymen. School "God hath mado of ono blood Charllo Phillips, Farmer, Aetnnvllle; Lock oox Ota OHIO MEDICAL GO. patient strcnRtli liy building up tho conCOLUMOUft o nil nations of men, nnd wc nro his R. B. Martin, Farmer, Hartford; Oil stitution nnd nsslsMnK tiaturo In dolnclts Kentucky's Fifth Rally Is Announced children, brothers and sisters nil. P. Kcown, fanner, Hartford; S. O. work. Tho proprietors hnvo so much and Order of Worship Given Invifnlth In tlio curative powers of Ilnll's Wo are citizens of these United Keown, farmer, Hartford, and D. L. Catarrh Medicine thnt they offer One tation to Attend Is Extended to States and wo bclicvo our flag stands Smith, revenuo service, Owonshoro. Hundred Dollars for nny enso thnt It fnlls Every Man, Woman and Child In to rnre. Fend for list of testimonies. for for tho good of tho t&ft 4VffJiLVCE::;e-.wu Addres J. CIIKNRV . :ji'v:. r.ihiv"i.v:... iiiiiLn the Commonwealth. court clerks Ohio. SoldV.by all Orucslst. CO., Toledo, Tho living pcoplo!" "5c. BSSs Mttto'iAiliftT'S nro, G. B. Likens, lawyer, Wnshlng- . "7;i Superintendent How may wo servo El E, EAR, THROAT, NOSE -ton; S. A. Anderson, lawyer, Louis our country at this time? Tho Kentucky Sunday School AssoAnd Fitting of Glasses ciation Is Bonding out the call to all Men "Tho greatest service you can ville, and Ed Barrass, general busiThe Tonlutjn n rtd.vil, ex Mnsonla flush c, nnd restful. Its excelyour country Is tho prosecu- ness, Hartford. do rendor OWIiNSIIORO.KV. tho Sunday Schools of tho state to o Tumplu lent location on Penn l nnn larger and bettor things than ever be tion of your usual church work with Liko the COUItT DIRECTORY. tho Avenue, lSlli And II itrtfJJ, o makes it a desirable headquargreater earnestness than ever." fore on May 5th. Attorneys aro numerous. o ters (or bridal couples, tourist Somo wonderful things havo been Pastor Through worship, by prayer They nro: patties, contentious, Schools and J. P. Snndorfur.M. L. Ho.iv-rlcolleges. previous years, but wo want , our leaders nnd nil our men in for done in W. H. Barnes, 0. E. Smith, The Powhatan attracts the to even surpass these this year. tho service, nnd especially for those people o( culture and education. whom wo know and who havo gono Chnrlio Crowe, lawyers, Hartford; Whether because of war or weather, Its proximity to btate, War and Herbert, Klnsolvlng, insurnucc.Louta-vlllKavv Departments, also In many or both, or something elso, the attendCIRCUIT COUItT. from our own families and church. points ol historical interest, " THADC'MAimS pon'W Called In Chnrlio Pendleton, Insurance, ance at Sunday Schools in Kentucky Women "All tho blood, nil the heroKll ciiir.li ii i, uruu l.cttUAm PATCNTS makes this hotel especially atx I'nittioromk.r.n, our THAT ism, nil tho money, and all tho am- Cincinnattl, and F. L. Felix, news- Judge R. W. Slack, Owensboro. tractive to a discriminating publias not been as good rs it should have ' ..riiw, win ,irii jutj W MlfVrM, Com'th. Attorney lic C. E. Smith, Hart munition in tho world will not win paper manager, Hartford; Ernest been sinco tho first of tho year. So IwnJ ii'uM, i,liutoortk.u, li for rn.CC report The Pouhatan offers rooms en lotrnuUlltT. to Teats ford. this war unless our Allies and tho Woodward, lawyer, Louisville. let us SPEED UP! KILL UP THE with detached bath at 5I.5U, Tor fm UulJt 12. CO and up. Itocms vWth priClerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. DOUBLE people behind them arc fed. A great CARRY OX! RANKS! ii ,ltltto vate bath, $2 SO. $1.10 and tip. U03-B0- S MuMcr Commissioner cause will be lost unless wo stand YOUIl ATTENDANCE ON MAY C, Otto C. MarOovonth Ctroot, 'Write for looltet v iili mjp 4oril w ura. U- 101S. guard every day In our homes over tin, Hnrtford. M. IUVIS. CLIKFO'-Every person who can possibly do the supply of wheat, moat, fats, sugTruMeo Jury Fund Cal P. Keown, FOR FLETCHER'S ar, and milk." bo should be in some Sunday School Hartford. i Teacher "In every form of service that day. 1st Monday in March 12 days 'JryrPii"1;1 m required of the American pcoplo the U;iJ, i Com'th. nnd Civil. School Day Move- The Roiitl to Happiness, Christian spirit and motive have a 12 days Civil. ment. Bo amiable, cheerful and good na 1st Monday in May place. Three main things are needed: clear thinking, high moral stand- tural au you nro much moro likely to 1st Monday In July 12 days Early in 1011 tho officers of the KenCom'th. nnd Civil. ards and enthusiastic devotion. Tho bo happy. You will find this rtiill- tucky Sunday School Association, at THE 12 days world will be different after tho war. cult, if not imposslblo.liowever, when 3d Monday in Septomber tho suggestion of tho General SecreSEWINQ will bo better or worso you aro constantly troubled with con SunWhether it tary, decided to deslgnato the first Civil. MACHINE will depend on the vigor and devoday in May as m Used stipation. Take Chamberlain's Tab- 4th Monday in November 12 days Years OF Day and to ask each Sunday School to tion of tlioso to whom the kingdom Com'th. and Civil. lets and get rid of that and it will ho QUALITY. of God is more thun meat aud obscrvo that day. The Governor of easy. Tlioso tablets not only mou COUNTY COUItT. drink." the State issued, a proclamation calling upon a'.l the people of the State to Superintendent "This is not a bank- the bowels, but improve tho appetite in Mocts first Monday in each month er's war, or a farmer's war. or a and strengthen tho digestion. attend Sunday School, newspapers NOT ItitlKv Mack Cook. published invitations, posters were put manufacturer's war, or a laboring SOLD up over cities and towns, calls were County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. man's war it Js u war for every PROPOSES TO HELP WIN U N,D E R straight-ou- t American. We are tomade; in short, about everybody in Clerk W. C. Blankenshlp. ANY AVAR BY ?a." DOG TAX day a nation in arms, and we must Kentucky must have heard about OTHER Sheriff S. A. Bratchcr. light nnd farm, mine and manufacDay and icceived au NAME. Superintendent E. S. 'Howard, Cottage Grove. Ore., April 20 ture, conserve food and fuel, save invitation or two to attend Sunday duller Worth TIchenor. C. C. Case, of this city, thinks that and spend to the ono common pur School. WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. The Woman's Tonic Assessor D. E. Ward. he hns discovered a unique way to pose." From the beginning the movement Surveyor C. S. Moxley. If you purcliaso tlioN'lW HOMi: you will' was a success, and it has become an Boys and Girls "Truo victory will lio help win tho war. Ho wants a war havo a llfo nct nt tho prlco you pay, nnd will Coroner Dr. A. B. Riley. in tho quality of tho moa who carry tax of $25 placed on all dogs In the annual custom of Kentucky Sunday not have nn entiles chain of repairs. Sold Evcrywhero on the work of the country after the United States. Schools to have a The plan would work FISCAL COUKT. - VF war. Wo must economize our hu- out as follows, says Mr. Case: Day. This year the call is issued to i r.o Quality Meets Tuesday nfter first Monday man material. Each ono of us should cvory man, woman and child in KenNino-tentof tho 100,000,000 In January, April nnd Octobor. bo strong aud healthy in mind and dogs J. tucky, to attend Sunday School and to Considered i 2r in the country would bo killed, body, and seek to acquire that char-acto- r l.st DMrict Ed Shown. Hartford. enlist for scrvico iu the Army of bocauso their owners wouldn't it is the which will make us valuable Christ. 'I Kouto 3. tho 25 tax on them; taxes on th(l2n(l District citizens." Some of the good results in past Cheapest Sam L. Stevens. Heav years are an increase in attendance of All "Wo are but one of tho chamer Dam. in the end pions of the rights of mankind. Wo more than one hundred per cent, an In3rd District Q. B. Drown, Simmons. crease in enrollment of thousands, tho shall be satisfied when thoso rights In r.nV- lth DLstrlct G. Rowe, Center-towbringing together in havo been made as secure as tho effort T jtrtm..,r?..t,?.7r ,Tv ev t l:r" you want n sewing machine, wrlto for many schools, tho finding faith and the freedom of nations can. workers of If ."th District W. C. Daughcrty.Baize-towour latest ciitnloguo before you purchase. of hundreds who havo become church mako them. But tho right is more precious than peace, and we shall light numbers, tho enlisting of somo of tho Ths New Home Sewins Machine Co., Orange, Mass." (Itli District V. S. Dean, Dundee. for the things which wo have always most capable und earnest teachers. carried nearest our hearts The 1918 campaign is expected to Tth District D. F. IUco, Fordsvlllo. bring theso results: for a universal dominion of right by 8tii District B. C. Rhoades, HartOne Million People at Sunday School such a concert of free people as ford, Route 5. May oth. shall bring peace and safety to all MAKTKOHI). Sixty Thousand New Members Ennations and make the workl itself at roll). last free." Mayor J. E. Bean. jj ,' "One Thousand Schools Contributing J Orchestra or piano play "Tho Clerk J. A. Howard. Banner." to the Kentucky Sunday School AssoPollco Judge C. M. Crowe. 7. The Sunday School Forces In the ciation. Many thousands c! CE4NICS Marshal E. 1 Casebier. War Again3t Sin. Four Thousand Churchos of Kenwomen suffering from Ii ' J Rosponslvo Scripture Hooding. tucky Gaining Some Now Mcmbuin. ROCKl'ORT. f womanly trouble, have Bo 300 ARTICLES -- 300 ILLUSTRATIONS strong in tho A Deepening of Love and Loyalty to Superintendent benefited by the use been Ch'm'n. Board James Wilson. TfLEP Informed of tlio World's Procrcss in Lord and In tho power of his might. our Country. B of Cardui, the woman'3 i Clerk Rushing Hunt. lv I ncincermrr. Mceliirlcsfinil Invrniinn. Vnrl tt wo ngnt against powers, A Strengthening of the Feeling of iicnooi rauirranu son nnu ju inn 1 .Tni.y., jt appeals tonic, according to letters Pollco Judge John T. Jackson. to all classes J!tl nnd Young- M n nnd omen.1 against the rulers of darkness of this Christian Brotherhood. I we receive, cimilar to thla jiiiiit,iaT 'c7ine l;. in t)nuur Marshal Will Langford. liomm ihMii, h 1 ihuw.rlt Oup rorrlirn world, against spiritual wickedness An Invitation Given to Everybody Mil in wi inn one from Mrs. Z. V. Spell, t in high placos. KaBn??HV'ysVri?SBaMlla t in Kentucky to Attend Sunday School for IbiUEs cow nail luivrutine nnj It Is ItEAVEIt DAM. of Hayne, N. C. "I could Superintendent Fight the good fight So and Church. Jktfin&l?MZeZWfi3F1 W ' Written Notv You Can Understand It not stand on my feet, and V. T. McKenuey. Ch'm'n. Board ilio Shop ertntalil Dtnartmont 1 IleporU and offerings of each Sunof faith. Lay hold on oternal life GUARANTEED BEHVICI2 IfartlLBl .. IlltitN rnr SiinnUnrlr nml ..... wt.v. f. ..,!. just sullercd terribly," Clerk R. W. King. .. .. InK.nsn iii, .1.1.. 1.. in ii.h. iiniun ..i n.u..i day School should he mailed promptly Endure hardness as a good i uuo uunurcu per com n Amtur...Mechanic im (17 DA she says'. "A3 my sufIVtv for tli6 Police Judge J. W. Cooper. to the Kentucky Sunday School Assosoldior of Josus Christ. 8 Talne. .... ... i Special work for W. 1 u.nsiwno 1us. lore I. lii(iidl"n' iuimvTitn ... u fering was so great, ar.il ...... iui tiai.i ..I... iniiii iV'HIHN 1.UKKIUK. IH'Jl, nUPI' I li. nki.ir y Marthal R. F. Stovens. hCf .Jew r. K.mhI iiriiU.iro. ciation, 712 Louisville Trust Uulldiug, School Lot us have grace whoroby tf ( .. nr. In I he had tried other remeuaiirnu(iro! ivniftD ni i ihuh wf7iuu aivvuuan.-.v-. ginclc copies, isc wo may sorvo God acceptably with Louiuvillo. Ky. I'ORDSVHiliE. i.5o rcrt ycah S dies, Dr. hed us Y. F. STEVENS, rovcrenco and godly fear. IIundrtMlfi of Sunday Schools will . . I bcrm F,ct Cardui. 8 SampU cctpy Mill bit a out ou rocuast Ch'm'n. Board W. R. Jones. Vn7 llnrtfnril lfw Hymn "Tho Son of God goos forth to uu the program that has been POPULAR MCCHAHIC5 MAGAZiNE improving, and it cured Clerk Olla Cobb. j u mo. mulligan Avonua. lhiuagu Representing Continental by the Kentucky Sunday School war," or me. I know, and my Mg3C31',gW. TW Pollco Judge C. P. Kesslugor. 3ZES& Q ji' Uarblo & Grnnlto Co. "Fight tho good fight with all thy Association. Copies for use can be doctor knows, what CarMarshal Grant Pollard. might," or secured froe from tho Association, it dui did for me, for my , U nb follows: "Faith is the victory." nerves and health were 8. Superintendent's Welcomo to VisOKKICIAIi SCHOOL CAI.KXDAR. about gone." .riv - li ?fW3 U V Order of Worship and Instruction. itors. Announcements. County Board of IMiicatlon. kmt"iyJhz Tss Study. 1. Music "Auclont of Days" playod 10. Pastor's Invitation to Church softly. E. S. Howard, S. S. O. C. SorvlcoH. 2. Call to Worship Div. No. 1 J. M. Hoovor. Hartr,v, r.rtjtf-WITH .' ,, . y't .a . Suprlntendent O como let us wor- 11. Report of Secretary and TreastA ford, Ky. LiUEJ liliDSytuj urer. ship and bow down; let us kneol Div. No. W. Duff. Fordsvlllo. 12. Hymn "Jesus calls us over tho J K..A the Lord, our Maker. H Ky. tumult," or RUKPOIIKO Div. No. a II. L. Carter, Narrows, "Onward, forward." or School Do thou exalted Lord In KKy. "Onward, Christian Soldlors." e- thine own strength; so will we slug FOR CpJ'-. r Balze-towmLCA'J Div. No. 1 II. O. Autry, 1.".- 13. Benodictlou. and pralso thy power. Tozsic Ky. ififi 3. Hymn f.D ALL THU'J firM l.i J r!Ot. : r. "Ood of our father whoso STATE CONVENTION Div. No. C Otis II. Stevens, BeavOF ul'n shty hunrt" or KEN. ilUrAKATs"t.T.i Si"xV. .JT.'. TUCKY SUNDAY SCHOOL ASSOShe writes further: "I fpjfj er Dam, Ky. "Kaith of our fathers still," or Oil KOtJiW Z:XhW.,- . &!nKjj.-jxrsi.nm In ; . : z&r r.. v tV CIATION TO BE HELD IN ..... ... wi.iih lipnlth . "0 worship tho King, all glorious ...,.a Div. No. C Nat Llndloy, Center-towOCTOBER above," or can do my wor!;. I feci I Ky. "Come. Tnou Almighty King." i. Av owe it to Cardui, for 1 was Time of Mooting 1st Mondny in T?jenTr)tto mrcted In life 1 ou tavit know VM.'Stif Tltere, ire over four thousand Sun4. Praytr. in dreadful condition." hflt im February; Monday in April; 1st try, In tu.IV in l.i.ln... miA ImIyl. li. Responsive Rtadlnu from the day Scboola iu Kentucky, nnd oarlt ono InTcntlou and Kltnr. If you are nervous, runMonday in Juno; 1st Monday In AuGot outer tho rut; of thewo U untitled to send delegates Scriptures. ci thflriajlfja. ftnul down and weak, or suffer O gust; 1st Monday in Octobor; 1st Leador "We have heard and known, to the Htute convention. The convenfrom headache, backache, T9 T Mondny in December. and our fathers have told us tho tion In for nil the .. heolu of every depRoniin-- o aho orrr.'ifp.D. ' elc, every montli, try a . County Board of Rxatninors praises of the Lord and his strength, nomination. Tuei" will be a xuleiidld ilrkw.. K. S. ''li'i' . . Sn kin a. Iww to b. .i. t . Cardui. Thou&CKds of his wonderful works that he program, and all who attend will reand ,PTiiiiL kiv, in am. r.. .uriT . Howard, Mrs. I. S. Mason, Mrs. O. W. women praise this medi. I. ceive lorg vision of the work that tn ."..rtviiliV-:.,- , th rrmt InVirwtir j umi uMful tarirlaj. ivl hath done." Duff. i'V amlrjlfit cine for the good it Ii;i tUantmontir s crth. Utrrjr .. lunuta ";.. School "Marvellous things did he In can be dona liy the Sunday Schou'g, . . nm Jan. 25 nnd 2C Common School .''MMMv.tiVadMtr' owu ,wuwi ouu t.. I'leture done them, and many the sight of their fathers. He mule will learn nructical plana for malting Diploma Examination. onlrlSrmU. An th nv rt ct. w IMM t t physicians who have used hi own people to go forth like suoep the Viork wore olHclunt, and will lnTeatioas . nai ir!rle. . May 10 nnd 11 Common School sauatUKi In e.crtrlcttr la tUeptrork tai sna scru.iHr.es, Inspiration for better service. It Cardui successfully Willi aud guided them in the wilderness la i snaltif, and la c:idiUier7. Diploma Examination. Is e.j.'-u'that Dr. Samuel Price, of liko a ilook." their women patients, for Mow to mala tblnaa at Kema. tertfrte i Muy 17and 18 County Toachors' Leader "He led them ou safely, so New York City, ono of the secretaries month, Including years, endorse this medimi rureiiunj, imoracuiit anop repair, iu. of tho V'u id' Sunday Asaocla- Examination (white). tlmt they foarotl not." cine. Think what it means striwaTlna- - ldriu. It la fall of ., -- . Soheol "Oleeeed bo the Lord, God of t(nl u til irluu ii tiliiu s... . ,1 I.Muy 24 nnd 25 County Teachers' It la wriitaa in ptUa CaitUaB tot uaa ajva be re. to be in splendid heillh, our fathers from everlasting even to "The World's HiRhway of I'bcfulness." J8 Canu Copy 91.50 a Yer Examination (colored). like Mrs. Spell. Oivc The International Sunday School Aseverlasting." QOOO Juno 22 nnd 23 County and Stato Got It frtrai nwdJerM er wrtu'drrort to Cardui a trial. fourth Jtrsw, M.r. rwiuUrScknc Uonttily, crtih Loader "Blessed is the nation whose sociation will furnish somo of its host Toachors' Examination (white). Tar(catrfnaUrnaBif2t.i(aac) rnrrj Ut U U4 KUlAiM tid ttfftf, tnoakers, and ther will ho addrossos Cod is tho Lord, and the puople A IVbb All Juno 2S and 23 County and State S gvN whom he lmth chosen for his own liy thtt worlturs from different parts of Tenchors' Examination (colored). Secured or Your Menevnack Kentucky. For Information wrlto td inheritance." mm If son tiJto tba Dmmrfaou Sopt. 20 and 21 County and Stato ti.i '- V School "The Lord our God bo with us, tho Kentucky Sunday School Associatralnlni that nuuu tion, 712 UMilerlllo Trust Building Call on Tlio Itcpnbllcaa for Flue can tako it atcoTtey or Itu twil. V nui Teachers' Examination (whlto). as ho was with our fathers; let him Sopt. 27 and 28 County and State lob rrlntlnjf , not leave us nor forsako us: that ho Loui3vilio, Ky, l'3uib, Uj Y ty SUNDAY ty lPWBAEM pSjiffifilDK m D.C. Crew GERMINAL REMEDY ty m HCi yF olll-cor- mi FOR ONE MONTH o DR. J. H.THORPE ooooooooooooooooooo 000000000000000000 "iaa: -' y. ty n, o; ulfe Mmify FAY-A- ttn .ra.-tl- Children Cry CASTO R A !,:.' www c 4Q "iithmi I NEW if m ft ft A f- j -- ir;ers ft mxw; Health !VVili n. ' n. J d one -l Age-Lon- g POPULARM J iVLGAZINE ' i ........ -J J i I 1 . 1 I pie-pare- TAKE e 20. Get on tkeFiring'Lfee Mrr's? llhe Woman's cnlf-niti- n, m!'PfWL iU-9ten. km Dbc8sg:J e - -!t wv-vnav- ms lfc ASH-LAN- ... i i, n, - lt 1 tt r 2'Lonthly tt-- o .. ... ut V0r! V' money-makl- Druggist 'OSITI&'tr9 , , to-d- nt '4,. 4i''iim'Vi0KBmfKiliifg IIKIIE 18 A GOOD PI.ACI3 TO BTOI' FOK MTTLK MONISY & Louisville V- - Hotel, Louisville, Ky., Main St., bet. 6th The Only Hotel In Loulivlllo Operated on Uio A in cr lean and Kuropcnn l'luna. 7th J AMKIUOAN PLAN (With Meals) Rooms without llnlli but with Hot nnd Cold thinning Water. 7G UooniB Blnglo, $2.00 per day; 2 people, $2.00 each single, 2. CO per day; 2 pcoplo, 2.25 each r0 Koomn 60 Front Rooms. single, 3.00 per day; 2 people, 2.C0 each IUkiihh with Prtinto Italh: GO Rooms. ..Dingle, 3.00 per day; 2 people, 2.7G each GO Rooms... ...slnglo, 3. GO per dny; 2 people, 3.00 each ... KUKOPKAN , 4s PLAN (Without Meals) Rooiiih without Until hut with Hot nnd Odd Running Water. 7G Ilooms single, $1.00 per day; 2 people, J0.7G each Blnglo, 1.2G per day; 2 people, 1.00 each 60 Hooms 60 Front Hooms. single, 1.60 per day; 2 people, 1.2G each Rooms uitli Private Ilnth: single, 1.60 per day; 2 people, 1.2G each 60 Hooiiib ' GO Rooms slnglo. 2.00 per day; 2 people, l.fiO each THE OLD INN, W Louisville, Ky., Cor. Sixth and Main Sis. European Pi.ui Only. a 'M m A up; Himiiiih With Private Until. BJ.riO Host Eating I'laio In Timn. nnd ti The Loulsvlllo Hotel and the Old Inn rv So'iiN-- In tin' wholesale walk to the retail district and theaters. district and only a LOUISVILLE IIOTKIi AND OLD INN COMPANY, Props. Uooiiin Without Hath, 9I.OII mid H t i t 0 Cash Bargain Off The Hartford Republican AND THE MEMPHIS WEEKLY Commercial-Appe- al KOTII ONE YEAR FOK fant defendants in tho above styled action of tho oil and gas rights and privileges In nnd to tho following described property, SHAKEN BY LOSSES A tract of land lying In Ohio county, Kentucky, nnd hounded nd described, oa follows: On tho north by tho lands of T. S. on by tho Comparing Casualties With oi Ilosell;Hosoll,tho oast south bylands j. b. on tho tho lnnds of It. K. Hcan, nnd on tho Gains Bring Gloom west by tho lands of It. L. Shultz. to People. Containing Gt acres, moro or less, nnd being part of samo land conveyed to ( J. lloswoll by C. V. lloswoll, et nl , by deeds 21, London, April 28. A telegram 1S,)7. and May 11, dated August rec1901, nnd of from Houtor's correspondent nt Ams- ord In tho onico of tho clerk of tho Ohio county court, In deed book 44, terdam says: page 142, and deed hook G3, page "Kxtraonllnnry nervousness nnd. 180. depression provnll In Germany owing This April 17, 1018. to tho losses In tho western offensive, OTTO C. MARTIN, rovcaled with rcmnrknhlo frankness 42t3 Master Commissioner. 12 Great Serial or Group Stories for 1918 then 250 Shorter Storiei, John Campbell, Attorney. In nn article by Cnpt. von Snlzmnnn Rare art clcs by noted authorities. "The best Editorial Pace In the In tho VossoschcNZnltung, In which ho country. 'Current Events, Nature nnd Science. Family Page, Boys' rage, Girls' Tage, Children's mKe, Doctor's Corner, Things to Make, Money endeavors to rostoro their lost confi- MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. to Save, Games and Sports to 1'lay, Companion Receipts. 52 Issues, $2.00 dence to tho Germans by emphasiz- ' Ohio Circuit Court. ing the Importance of tho capturo of Lydla II. Pnyton, Guardian, Plaintiff, vs. Kcmmel Hill. Notlco "Cnpt. von Snlzmnnn enumerates n Rolllo 1). Peyton, ot nl Defendants erica's Fashion Authority for millions ot women. What to wear Uy vlrtuo of a Judgment and ordei uake to save. 12 splendid numbers full of Fashions and v fow of tho series of rumors current of sale directed to mo at tho Mnrrh Ecstions. 75 cents per year. In Germany. All thoo stories nro term. 1918, of tho Ohio Circuit Court, Suues of everything that will delight all djO prefaced by tho rcmnrk "In tho Rolch-stn- g In tli'- above styled action, I will ofOff ages, the Det Stories, the Latest Stylet, fer fn" sil, ot public otitcrv to tli" It is said," and goes on to say: -i ti.ul best bidder, nt the Send $2.25 to the publishers of the paper in which this Offer appears and get "Our losses havo been enormous. MgV door In Hartford, Ky., on evi t MonIloit THE YOUTH'S COMPANION for 52 weeks. J Tho offensive in tho west has nrrlved day, May C, 191S, it being regular ALL FOR nt a deadlock, tho enemy Is much circuit court day, at about tho hour 2. Tho Companion Home Calendar for 1918. stronger than tho supremo command of ono o'clock p. m., on terms of 3. McCALL'S MAGAZINE every month for 1 year. ) ? T"c vonrn's companion, boston. Massachusetts Wo nro unnblo to contlnuo cash, tho following property, assumed. The lcaso of tho Interest, of tho tho offenslvo owing to lack of horses. Infant defendants in tho nbovo Jtyl-cTho region beforo Yprcs Is a great action of tho oil and gas rights lako nnd, therefore, Impassible. Tho nnd privileges in and to tho iollowlng 'r whole country between our Amiens described property, - ,t J: !. A tract of lnnd lying in Ohio counfront and parls Is mined nnd will bo ty, Kentucky, and bounded and de- I ""-- . rMM ' viiV w:ij LV.j tJLsu, , vj blown up." scribed, as follows: nrv. r- - - ira On tho north by tho lands of Leo "Tho pcoplo," continues havo begun to loso their norvo. Reply- Woolen; on the east by the lands ol Young, on tho south by ing In tho HcicliBtng, tho minister of J. S. of Hoy Crawford; nnd on the lands tho !v.- frtlfi. war said something liko this: .asu evfryu-,ij l,usciol west by tho lands of C. W. Felix, conMWAIT. PATirnMii - -k e "It goes without saying that thero fining 48 acres, moro or less, and befit- lmplWty Ml Em. '"' f,yIe' - ':!ov)' k reliability nearly 40 P"'" t'icy sip ihc r,'.r.iws years. Sold In near! ing part of tho samo land conveyarc big losses In such a struggle. Our erery aty anj Jin.'.y, nt irftocnclt hu-..- - ten.fce?. '! t Canada, or by town In the United Statei an ed to James and Lydia 1$. Peyton, mail direct. More aold thas losses In one part of tho front havo by L. C. Crawford, ct nl., and C T. any other make. Send for free eataloimt. of tho St. Clair, ct nl by deed dated March been vory heavy. Two-thirMcCALL'S MAGAZINE -" .( ,I,an company lcadors In many regiments 2G, 191C, and January 18, 108, and olh" H !:.-- . U"tc ever s'JA i ?"'-ti.i..!...t.i.'"hlc.. . magazine r. ... .. I .,..!.. million .a recorded In tho Ohio County Clerk'j fe. havo fallen." rou'iur. z.v.,r'.:"!. nago 70, and In deed "It Is said that a certain deputy ofllco book 44, book 20, pagO 530. deed .. n r. - -- - . thereupon told his electors lira North This, the 17th day of April. 191S. Subscribe twiUy, or terd for sample copy. Gorman town: OTTO C. MARTIN, WONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS ,0 Sntl. Master Commissioner. brlnpa "Tho minister of war has openly 42t?. I JLiVCfy VYOmilH TValUB I fc" andocw cashPostal offers. premium caUlojv Address John Campi.'"i Attorney f ueCJUi co prize :u it, i;u 4 declared our losses to bo so heavy sa to mt si. NEW VOB 3- ' offensive- - must bo abandon that tho MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. ed." GERMAN NERVE IS to-wl- t: Biggest Reading for your Family Value TheTfouiKs Companion McCalls Magazine It-- how - fA JT tpi.4d H3 S to-wl- t. to-w- lt; -- ' - u ... -- .. f m O-- ts lly special arrangements, wo nro cnnhled to furnish these two this low rate for a limited time. Is n largo and one of tho very best paTho Commercial-Appea- l pers pnhllshed In the South. Cash must In nil rases accompany each order. This rate l nppllr.-thlto renewals and new subscribpnper.s at ers alike. SEND YOUR ORDER TO THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. l'AP :r mattresses foe kaiser's men to tho nocosslty of conserving tho supplies of straw In nro Germany, Boldlers' innltrossos hencefourth to bo stuffed with old newspapers. School chlldron nro being organized to collect tho papers for this purpose Tho Prussian Minister ot Education has Issued regulations designed to offect tho greatest possible economy In tho use of paper in the schools. Covors nro to ho dispensed with In copybooks; writing only on ono sldo of tho papor is prohibited, and slatos aro to roplaco paper wherever possible. A census of all tho tamo rabbits in the empiro was taken by order ot tho authorities on March 1, owing to tho 'iicrcusing Importance) of rabbit skins frr army requlronionts. Owing o rU'iiiedy for WIiuopliiK CoiirIi. "Lust winter uiian my littlo boy had tho whooping cough I gavo him Cough Uomedy," Chnmhorlnln'H writes, Jlrs. J. II. Roberts, East St. Louis, 111. "It kept his cough looso nnd rollovcd him of thoso dreadful coughing spells. It is tho only cough modiclno I keep In tho houso ho- rnuso I havo tho confldonco In it." is nUo good tor colds lli"-- ( bounded as follows: & o IN 1018. Beginning at a stako in tho Investigations by thq Department of Barnetts creek, where tho ot Agriculture In 15 States show that Harmons Ferry road crosses tho hy this committee with profound ap- of a total of C,S;iG,492 sheep, T.l.GbS same; thenco with said road N. S2 Practically a Dally tho Price of poles to a stako In tho lino W. 41 preciation. wore killed by dogs in ono year and of Robert Branham's 500 aero sura Weekly. No other Newspaper in "Tho conditions annexed to this were paid for by tho counties. vey; thenco with said lino S. 11 E. tt tho world gives so much at so low 230 poles to a largo black oak, declaration aro regarded as of essen-tltt Hudson's S. E. corner on importance, stipulating as they a price. Hudson's" line; thenco with his do that 'nothing shall bo dono which lino'X. SO E. 100 poles to two dog- FOR FLETCHER'S Tho valuo and need of a newspaper may prejudico tho civil and religious woods, corner to lot No. 2, thenco rights of existing with a lino of No. 2, N. 11 W. 250 in tho household was nevor grcator compolos to three sycamores standing on than nt tho present time. Wo havo munities in Palestine, or tho rights of Barand political status enjoyed by Jews MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. tho bank of tho middle fork creek been forced to enter tho great world netts Creek; thenco down said in any other country.' Thoso conwith the meanders thereof to tho war, and a large army ot ours is al Ohio Circuit Court. 14 acro3, ditions corrospond fully with tho gen- Frances D. Cooksoy, Guardian, Plain- beginning, containing more or less. Thoro is excepted ready In" Franco. You will want to eral purposes for which this committiff. from tho foregoing boundary 13 acres have all tho 'news from our troops on vs. Notice tee has striven and with tho ideals north of tho Harmons Ferry road, European battlefields, and 1918 Clyda Cooksoy, et nl., Defendants. Jows in America. of tho Hy vlrtuo of a Judgment and or- the samo having been sold previouspromises to bo the most momentous to "Tho opportunity will bo der of salo directed to mo at tho ly ThoBen Newton. will bo required to year in tho history ot our universe purchaser by this committeo to aid in March term. 191S, ot tho Ohio It No other newspaper at so small a Court, in the nbovo styled ac executo bond with approved security tho realization of tho Hrltish declaraafter salo. v'" of rr for salo, nt public immediately 17th day of April. 1918. prico will furnish such prompt and protectorato tion, tion, under which somo This tho c 'ighost nnd host bidg outer,, t accurate nows of these OTTO C. MARTIN, or suzerainty as tho pcaco congress der, nftho c u.t houso door In Hartovonts. Jt is not necessary to say Master Commissioner. may determine, and, to that end, to ford. Kentucky, on Monday, May G, 42t3 M. L. Heavrin, Attorney. mori with thoso who, attractod 191S, it being regular Circuit Court day, at about tho hour of ono o'clock by religious or historic associations, THE WORLD'S p. m., on torms ot cash, tho followshall seek to establish in Palestine) a ing property, regular subscription prl"e is only 0 coutor for Judaism, for tho stimulapor year, and this pays for 150 Tho leaso of tho lntoro3t of tho intion of our faith, for tho pursuit and fant defendants in tho abovo stylod papers. Wo offer this unequalled development of Utcrnturo, scienco and action of tho oil and gas rights and newspaper and Tho Hartford Repubprivileges In nnd to tho following art in a Jowish environment, and for lican together for ono year for Sl.tJj. property, FROM tho rehabilitation of tho land." A tract of land lying in Ohio counTHE REGULAR SUBSCRIPTION at tho ty, Kentucky, nnd bounded and deLouis Marshal presided PRIOR OF THE TWO PAPERS IS mooting ot tho committeo which was scribed, as follows: by tho lnnds of Odio On tho $2.or. attended by thirty of tho most widely Cookssy; north cast by tho lands on tho known Jows In tho country. of Columbus Cummons; on tho south by tho lnnds ot II. G. Daniel; and on By taking Lydia E.Pinkham's tho west by tho lands of Win. Hack, Compound, mld-dla-- t Tho proper food for ono man may bo all wrong for another. Every ono should adopt a diet suited' to his ago and occupation. Thoso who havo weak stomachs need to be cs- pecially careful and should cat slowly and masticate their food thoroughly. It Is also Important tha't they keep their bowels regular. When they become constipated or when they feel dull and stupid after eating, they should tako Chamborlaln's Tablets to strengthen tho stomach nnd movo tho bowels. Thoy nro easy to tako and m pleasant in effect. I Albert Holbrook, Defendant. By vlrtuo of a Judgment and or-dof sale directed to mq at tho March, 1918, torin of tho Ohio Clr cult Court, in tho above styled action, I will offer for salo at public outcry to tho highest and best bidder, at tho court houso door in Hartford, Kentucky, on Monday, May G, 1918, (It being regular Circuit Court day), about the hour of ono o'clock p. m., on a credit of six and twelve months, tho following described property, to-w- itf C. H. Tichonor, et nl., Plaintiffs, vs. Notlco Ohio Circuit Court. FOR PERSONAL HYniKNP. Dissolved in water for douche stop? pelvic catarrh. ulcor.-.o- n r.cd rnation. Rcccaimcndcd hy Lvdia E. F'inkhnm Ma6. Co. fcr toa " yrnrr. -- S A or finncDH q fflUllLK 1 0 Fifty-fiv- e Bill Lea-so- A healing .vonaer for nnrol catarrh, sore throat and core ovok. Pninn,.;..! Hji rttrjcroiuary diuuira and cen ,uJl rwr bai?io rrac. SOr. all HrvcsuU. or rw.paij ly --P'i typewriters. Shorthand, vt ns '! explained by Moving ture machine. Seven bis PicDe- .a:' partments Book- THE THRICE-A-WEE- K certain tract or parcel of land situated in Ohio county, Kentucky, A EDITION OF THE NEW YORK WORLD keeping, Telegraphy, Stenotyp7, Music, Primary Normal. Expert teachers. Modern equipment. ' Position assured. Write for catalogue. I Daviess Co, Sus, Incorporated OWENSBOKO. KY, Pi al Bar-neBar-ne- Children Cry Petro-Merit- non-Jowi- ASTORIA No case may be Petro-Ment- a will bring relief. A trial will convinco you. For sale by bhio County Drug Co. Price 2Gc. Relives Piles matter how stubborn the a ed OSELIMEMAK For Lazy Liver and ihe Troubles of Consiipaiion. Feel right all the time. Don't lay o from work for day3 by taking calonux when pleasant JLlv- - Ver-La- x keeps yuv on your feet, whiloreliovingyour troub--lo- . Safer too, and easy to take. Dotil tako anything else. You can't afford it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses syt tcm and relieves constipation. A nac ural remedy, natural in its actions, sura In its cfTect and certain in results. It won't bo long beforo Llv- - Vc'Lax win completely displaco calomel m everj home.. CtiiTdrcn can take it freely aiu with perfect safety. Every bottle rua nntced. 50c and 1 in bottles. No"t genuine without tho likeness and sign turo of L. K. Grigsby. For sale by Cir-''.- . world-shakin- . THIUCE-A-WEE- K to-v- lt: THIS MAN $1.-0- ed to-w- lt: SAM M OPERATION in CASTOR Sn Always bears the Signature of 5 A For Infants and Children JEWS YEARN IOi: HOME Now Vi HOLY LAND Use For Over 30 Years York, April 28. Whllo believing that tho majority of Jows will "contlnuo to llvo Ju tho lands ot whoso cltlzoiiBhip they now form a component part," tho American Jow-ls- h Committee, mooting hero endorsed tho rocent'dcclaratlon of tho Hrltish government, Inter approved by Franco, favoring tho establishment in Palostlno of a national homo for tho Jewish pcoplo. "This committeo is not unmindful that thoro nro Jowh ovorywhoro who, moved by traditional movement, yoarn for u homo in tho Holy Land for tho Jewish people," said a stateby tho commit-to- o. ment lssuod "When, thoroforo, tho British govornmont rocciitly mado Its doclar- .atlon tho announcement was received to-daht Cfl &i ONE OF MARK TWAIN'S Whon Mark Twain was publishing tho Virginia City Enterprlso a superstitious subscriber onco wrote him that ho had found n spldor in his paper, and wanted to know If It was nn omen of good or ill luck. Mark replied. "Dear subscriber: Tho finding of n spider In your copy of tho Entorprlso was neither good luck nor bad. Tho spldor was merely looking ovor our papor to And out what merchant was not advertising, so that it could split its web across his door, and lend a freo and undisturbed ex- jatar.co forever nftor." containing 127 acres, mora or less, boing part of tho samo land convoyed to John D. Cooksey, by John R. Walker, ct nl., by deod dated February 2nd, ISSG; also by Gus St. Clair, ot al., by deed dated March 20, 1902, also by Hiram Monroo, et al., hy deod dated February 27, 1911, all of which deeds aro of record In tho Ohio Couuty Clerk's In deed book S3, pngo 1S7. This April 17. 1918. OTTO C. MARTIN, John Campbell, Attornoy. 42t3 Mastor Commissioner. Vegetable One of Thousands of SuchCases. of-il- co MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Ohio Circuit Court. Thomas Boswcll, Guardluu, Plaintiff, vs. Notice Josio Ann lloswoll, ot nl Defendants. By vlrtuo of a judgment and order of sale directed to mo nt tho March torm, 101S, of tho Ohio Circuit Court, in tho abovo styled nctlon, I will of-ffor sale, at public outcry, to tho hlghost and best blddor, at tho court houso door in Hartford, Kentucky, on Monday. May C. 1018, it bolng rog-ulCircuit Court day, at about tho hour of ono o'clock p. m., on torms of lt: cash, tho following proporty, Tl'o iso of tho Interest of (ho In- or ar to-w- Black River Fnlls, Wis. -"- As Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetablo Compound saved me irom nn operation, I cannot say enough in prniso of it. Isuu'e red from organic troubles and my sido hurt me bo I could hardly bo up from my bed, nnd I was unablo to do my housework. I had tho best doctors in ir Eau Claire und they wanted me to havo . PZK :. nn operation, Lut Lvdia E.Pinkham'a Vcgetnblo Compound cured me so I did not need tho operation, nnd I am tolling nil my friends about it" Mrs. A. Y. JJlNZEit, Black River Falls, Wis. It is just such experiences as that of Mrs. Binzer that has made this famous root and herb remedy n household word from ocean to ocean. Any woman who suffere from inflammation, ulceration, displacements, backacho, nervousness, irregularities or "tho blues" should not rest until she has given it a trial, nnd for special advice writo Lydia L. Piifchati Medicine Co., Lynn, Maw. Pi! w.'. -- We Knock the Spots Out of Tfiinps Hazelwood For the Treatment of Maintained by the I Ladies' and Men's Garments French Dry Cleaned and Pressed In Superior Manner. Send n your Garment! Them and tj Tuberculosis Loul:-Ill- e for the adequato treatment of tuberculosis in r.U its cteccsa; '.si tl...n .;. Rates Sl2.f 0 per- - vcl., hiding board, medital attention, laundry, etc. High ground coiiiiiiani'lng cx'.cnah e tc rt. Delightful sunounili.n's-Senfor Descriptive Boollet d Hft; CLEANED CUIAtN PnckaKe called for and uollvercC. THE ELTE FBESSING CLUB A, Ivm Null, DR. O. O. MILLER PhytUUn In Clurf LOUISVILLE. STATION E Prop, KY. vnH2enoc!CTOTrarrc'.nr!e iTAr.TroTvn. kkvtucitt. bqjQSm yagaj ggMT HjMtKfB ALLIES N LINES HOLDING spent Sunday 21st with his parents GERMANS LOSE IN FIRMLY Germans Unable To Find Weak Spot on Franco-- i British Front. r Miss Rowcna llowo spent a few days of last wcok at home. Mr. J. M. Carter has sold his residence to Mr. Jocoh Dratcher, of Llvermore. Messrs. Iron Hatcher, Ellis Illshop, Rodny Ross and Georgo Myers to the nation's call for volunteers and started Tuesday for the Navnl training station at Great Lakes, 111. hero. FIERCE ATTACKS oarly summer. I havo Just loft Franco, nnd thoro romalncd bohlnd mo ten other Chlncso officers whoso duty It will be to select training camps In Franco for Chlncso t What. Is The Farmer Going To Do ABOUT THE SCARCITY OF FARM LABOR? The only remedy we can see is in Crenm Separators. Silos Manure Spreaders . Wilsons ItugKlcs Torn troops," British Lines Hold Firm, Repulse Terrific Onslaughts. London, April 29. Powerful attacks by tho Germans ngalnst tho French nnd British positions between were reMctercn and Zllleboko y pulsed, tho Germans losing heavily, according to tho report from Field Mnshal Hnlg Tho British lino held absolutely, but at various points tho Germain gained a foothold In tho French positions only to bo driven out later from the greater part of this territory. Tho Belgians also repulsed heavy attacks, Inflicting severe casualties on the enemy. The statement says: "Following n bombardment of great Intensity, the French and British positions from the neighborhood of Meteren to Zlllebeko Lake were violently attacked this morning by large hostile forces. Attacks wero mado also upon tho Belgan positions north of Ypres, and fighting of great severity developed rapidly on tho whole- allied front. "Enemy l.oes Eiinrmou. "Tho 25th, 49th and 21st British divisions completely repulsed every attempt made by the enemy to enter their positions, and, despite a succession of determined attacks in great strength, maintained their line intact. The enomy's lossei have been very heavy. "The French positions on the hills about Shei'ponberg and Mont Rouge also were heavily attacked and the enemy was repulsed. At points where the enemy's Infantry succeeded in penetrating a short distance Into the French positions they wero Immediately driven out by counter-attack- s from the greater part of tho ground of which they had temporarily gained possession. "On the Belgian front tho attacks also were repulsed after sharp fighting In which severe casualties were Inflicted on the enemy. "The fighting still continues at cer tain points along the allied battle fronts. "On tho remainder of the British front there Is nothing to report beyond the usual artillery activity on both sides. The weather prevented air operations Sunday." to-dncon-Insta- nt Tho Captain added that thoro Is a spirit among tho Chlncso people that Prusslanism must he suppressed for tho good of mankind and the ndvanco of civilization. m SALE. One complete set of carpenter tools in good chest. Will sell cheap it taken at once. 43-tl- 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 every 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- ?. If h'( With tho Drltlsh Army in France, April 30. Further desperate smashes by tho Germans against tho allied lines in tho Flanders battlefield yesterday nftcrnoon and evening met with no more success than the enand costly attempts futileemy's earlier in tho day to break through to tho hill positions west of Keminel. and Not only did tho Hrltlsh French mnlntaln their positions virtually on all parts of tho front In tho fnco of furious onslaughts, but reclaimed during tho night several bits of territory the enemy invaded. Locro, which fell into German hands lato yesterday, was taken by tho French In a dashing counter attack. Allied Linos Not Moved. The allied lines this morning arc the same as when the Germans surgIn front of ed forward yesterday. the defending positions the ground is covered with gray uniformed men, representing the awful price paid by the enemy. North of Keminel tho allies bettered their positions by a counter attack. At one time yesterday the Germans had some men on the lower slopes of Mont Rouge and Schedpen-ber- g after they drove a. wedge Into the French line between these elevations. In fierce fighting tho enemy sacrificed agreat number of men in an effort to push through here. In the meantime the flanks held bril- Karl llaybom, Henry Stevens and Randall Ross went to Detroit Tuesday. ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE. All persons having claims against the cstato of J. N. Shrove, deceased, Planter, ,.. m W. S. TOMS. Hartford, Ky. Cultivators l)Kr Harrows, ... HOW XATIOXS LINE l'l IX GREAT WORLD WAR Washington, April 23. Tho following nations nro now fighting with England, France, Porttho Allies: ugal, Italy, Greece, Serbia, Montenegro, Japan, United Rumania, Stntcs, Brazil and Belgium. Russia has been eliminated. The following nntlons nro In a state of war against Germany, but Cuba. not as yet actun"; l'- -' Mn Panama, Slam, Cl.u..., ..... .. .a'... ...... Liberia. n ' The following .'! their roprejentatl.es from Germany; Nicaragua and Honduras. Tho following nations nro neutral: The Scandinavian countries, Holland, Spain, Mexico, Salvador, CoIa Rico, Argentina, Venezuela. Colombia, Ecuador, Chile and Paraguay. The following nations are fighting Austria, Bulgaria with Germany: and Turkey. IlldliiK PIomh. .. . Walking Plows, . . Wire Fence are hereby directed to present same to mo properly proven, on or boforo Juno 1, 191S, or they will be forever barred. This April 20, 19 IS DAVE TUTTLE, Admr., Estate J. N. Shreve.deccascd, Fordsvllle, Ky., R. 2. FORDSVILLE. Miss Abbye Whlttlnghlll attended the K. E. A. In Louisville last week. Harness Field Seeds (,'iitilcn Tools, Nails , .. Staples y. Name Hubert Cooper, of Camp Taylor visited his parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Cooper, Saturday and Sunday. Dexter Whlttlnghlll, who has been In Lexington for sonio time, Is at home on a visit. Mrs. C. L. Stewart was In Louisville Saturday nnd Sunday. Miss Emma Johnson was in Louisville last week. Miss Era Gaines Is the pleased owner of a new Overland car. Lee Miller was In town last week. Dr. M. G. Buckner, of Owensboro, spoke to Fordsvllle people Saturday, o'n the Third Liberty Loan. Commencement exercises of the Fordsvllle Graded school will begin Tuesday night, May 7. The Red Cross workers of Fordsvllle are doing good work. Wo got fifty new members Saturday, making a total membership now of more than two hundred. We have also organized a Junior Red Cross. ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE All persons having claims against the estate of Milton Black, deceased, are hereby notified to present the aame, properly proven, to mo on or before the first day of Juno, 191S, or they will be forever barred. U. S. CARSON, Admr. Estate Milton Black, deceased Hartford, Ky. COOL SPRINGS. r Address witr-draw- J. D. BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. Sons Williams & Both Phones, WOULD CRt'SII I. W. W. liantly. A - Find No Weak Spots. i ' particularly bitter battle was waged astride the highway, near tho Junction of tho French and British. Here the enemy tried to divide the forces, but found Kemmcl-Laclytto Washington, April 30. A bill to crush out tho I. W. W. has been approved by a Senate Judiciary subcommittee, ns a substitute for a similar measure proposed by Senator King, of Utah, and will be considered next Thursday by the entire The substitute bill was committee. offered by Senator Walsh, of Montana, Democrat. - Be Sure of the Number Before Calling "" !sn . "S r"V jp The telephone directory is issued at frequent intervals for the information and benefit of the telephone-usin- g public. I I no weak spots. At rlgewood, west of Voormezeele, heavy fighting continued throughout the day, the- - Germans losing a great number of men. It Is impossible to say how many at tacks the enemy made at this point during the day. They came forward in waves and there was no cessation. Tho wonder is that tho allied troops were able to hold in the face of such onslaughts by superior numbers. Tho German artillery, greatly augmented for this attack, pounded the The heavy back areas incessantly. gun duel is appalling. Thus far tho the allied artillery has prevented Germans from occupying Kemmel in force. MAGAN. p Every effort accurate and UVS AGENTS SENTENCED. San Francisco, April 30. Maximum sentences of two years' imprisonment in a federal penitentiary and fines of $10,000 each were Imposed y upon Frank Bopp, former German consul here, and E. II. von Schack, former vice consul, following their conviction Inst week on c lira Res of conspiring to foment revolution against British rule In India. to-da- up-to-dat- that telephone-user- s making calls. to keep this list It is expected will consult it before A call for an incorrect is made e. number causes delay and possible annoyance to a third party. Avoid inconvenience to all con cerned by looking up telephone numbers in the directory before calling. When you Telephone FIVE YOUNG ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. All persons having claims against the estate of S. P. McKlnney, deceased, are hereby notified to present same to me, or Otto C. Martin, Hartford, Ky., on or before May 15th, 1918, properly proven, or they will be forever barred. MARTIN FLENER, Admr.. S. P. McKlnney, deceased. 41t3 SOLDIERS MAY CLOSE 0 LEXIXGTOX SAI.OOXS. Lexington, OHIO JOIX NAVY COL'XTIANS The farmers welcomed the rain last week that brought a stripping season Most of the farmers are through delivering their tobacco. A number from this place attended church at Friendship Sunday. Miss Rill Midkiff left Thursday for Arkansas, where she will spend a fow days with her brother, Charlie .before he leaves for France. 3ilss Arzella Magan spent Saturday night and Sunday with Miss Edna Brown, at Ralph. J. 'W. Muffett, Wlllio Muffett, II. A. Ralph and N. P. Kelley were in iCuvcnsboro last week. Miss Ethel Muffett returned Sat urday from a weeks visit at Lewis-por- t. May Royal, of Friendship, Tuesday with Mrs. Arthur Whiteliouse. Mrs. Magglo Muftett visited her daughter, Mrs. Llzzio Kelley, near Dcanflcld, from Sunday until Thursday. Miss spent ESTRAY .NOTICE. Taken up as an estray by S. A. Afahby, on April 12, 191S, ono Jersey steer, with crop and split In right ear, about two years old. Will weigh COO pounds. 1 have not changed or altered tho marks on sumo. Said steer was talc-o- n up on my promises. S. .A. ASIIBV. Subscribed and bwom to beforo mo by S. A. Ashby, this April lGth, G. W. ROWE, J. P. 0. C. 1918. The said bteor appraised and valued by E. C. Royal at $35. Subscribed and swum to by E. C. Royal, this April 15, 1918. G. W. ROWE, J. P. O. C. 42U C'E.NTERTOWN. Miss Resale Mason and Mrs. Allco lloskett attended the K. E. A. at Louisville last week. Quito a crowd were at tho Dopot Monday morning to boo tho soldlor boys go by. Messrs. Hubert Ashby, Hubert Ross .and John TIchenor, left hero Friday for tho Naval training station at Groat Lukes, 111. Miss Grace Rhoades spent Saturday night and Sunday with her aunt, .Mrs. C. It. Ashby. Mr. Albert Rowe, of Camp Taylor, VOl'H FISHIX' DUTY. Ky., April 30. The sending here next week of 400 draft Yonder goes old Winter ed men from Tennessee may cause From a sky o' bluo, tho closing of ninety saloons In Lex An' old Spring Fever ington under the law that no saloons Is clost to you! may be operated In a city within a An you hear the River half-mil- e radius of an army encampAnswcrln' your wish; ment. The Tennesseeans are to be "Tho Lord mado flshlii' trained in mechanical and engineer-wor- k An" a feller ortor fish." at the University of Kentucky, Atlanta Constitution. Mr. Jesse Levi Everly, of Rockport, which is situated near tho center of m was the guest of Mr. Ben Woodburn the city. The actual encampment Field and garden seed aro unconThursday night. Trotting ditionally exempted from all embarwill be at tho Kentucky Llttlo Loland, tho four year old son Horse Breeders' plant which Is Just go, according to tho Department of of Mr. and Mrs. Andy Oiler, of Taylor within the city limits. There are Agriculture. Instructions are Issued Mines, died Friday night and was IOC saloons In tho city. to all railroads to do overychlng pos buried at Cool Spring church Satur sible to expedite tho movement of day afternoon. NOTICE TO FARMERS. seed. Mr. and Mrs. Oinor Taylor and No inoro tobacco will bo received llttlo hon visited Mr. George Cox and at tho A. C. A. warehouse until LOST. and family Sunday. thero come3 a general season. The Lost on Hartford niul Llvermore Mr. and Mrs. Forest French and receiver and grader havo gono to road ono Hood from a Iteo car. Rechildren wero the guests of Mr T C. their homes and will not return until turn to MJ). KINO, Hartford, Ky. Dennis Sunday. a gonoral season, when all tho to. mm Miss Iva Brown icturned homo re bacco can bo brought In nnd tho W1NTKR WHEAT DOIXG WELL. cently, after a two weoks stay with season's business closed up. I her brother, near Taylor Mines. Washington, May 1. Winter S. L. KING, Manager. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Oiler and ;wheat mado good progress In growth children, of Taylor Mines, are tho CHINESE CAPTAIN SAYS during tho last week In all parts of guests of Mrs. Oiler's fathor, Mr J. CHINA TO HELP IX AVAR tho country, although tho crop wns A. Ferguson, this neulc. heading short in parts of California, Mr. James Shepherd, Mr. and Mrs Capt. and rain was needed in Washington An Atlantic Port, April 29. Mont Tuto, Mr. Wash Brown and Tins Chla Chen, military counselor and Oregon, tho national weather Mrs. Minnie Chapman motored over to the President of China, and also to and crop bulletin announced. to Beaver Dam Sunday afternoon, tho Chinese Minister of War arrived wlioio Mr. Brown and Mrs. Chupiuun hero y on a French .steamship. NOTICE. wore married by Rov. Allen. Ho said that Chlnn now Is Bonding Thrco Stallions and 2 big black Mr. Thomas Tate attended tho rally troops to Franco to fight for tho Jacks. All aro the good brooding ut Rochester Saturday. I kind. Allies. Not n bettor lot of breeding v Capt. Ting, who Is a graduate of 'stock in this part of Kentucky. Quar- I huvo been summoned to appear tho United States Military Academy anteo service nnd day. Como at an army camp for service, within at West Point, for sotuo tlmo has seo mo and my stock boforo and you fifteen days. Will havo but a limit- been in Europo as a military CIIAS. B. MILLER, observer breed. ed tlmo in which to adjust my busi- In tho war theater for his GovernFordsvllle, Ky. ness beforo leaving. Those indobt-o- d ment. to me will pleuso call on mo at "China Is preparing to do her part once and adjust a settlement of their in making tho world safo falsi: TEKTII wanted for democ- OLD DON'T MATTKR IF ISIIOKKX accounts. You can, perhaps, sottlo racy," ho said "It Is true Wo pay up to 1C dollars per set. Also with mo on bettor terms than with that China has troops now on the cash for Old Gold, Silver and broken tho agent with whom I shall bo com- way to the battlefront, and it is the Jewelry. Check sent by return mail. pelled to leavo my accounts. calculation of tho Poking Govern- Goods held 10 days for sender's approval of WILLARD LAKE, ment to havo no fewer than 40,000 Specialty, our offer. Muzer's Tooth Dopt. A, 2007 S. 5th St., Simmons, Ky. lighting men with tho Frouch by Philadelphia, Pa. 43U5 g. to-da- y Rev. Moore filled his regular appointment here Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. James Earl Park, of Taylor Mines, is visiting friends and relatives here this week. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Rains and daughters, Miss Eliza aud Flora, of Beaver Dam, visited friends and relatives Saturday and Sunday. Mr. O. E. Scott delivered his tobacco at Hartford Monday. Corp. Alvau J. Hoops, of Hattios-burMiss., died April 18th of were pneumonia. remains His brought back home for burial. Fun eral services wero conducted by Rev. of Beaver Dam, Monday Shields, afternoon at Cool Spring church. Mr. Clarence Dennis and wife, Mrs. Agnes Tate and Mrs. Fannyo Scott went to Cromwell Thursday, hhop-p!nMay 1. g. Messcrs. Rodney P. Ross, Rollle E. Bishop, Georgo Myers, Iron B. Dratcher, of Centertown and Arthur Hendrlx, of East Hartford, all of whom volunteered and were accepted as second class seamen, some tlmo ago, recently received orders to report for duty at Great Lakes Naval Training Station. The first named left Tuesday and the latter two Wed nesday for their headquarters. Smile ; CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY Incorporated J. HUNTKK MATTHEWS, MANAGER, HARTFORD, KY. 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, Bowline Greon. Kv www ;MroSro9M9SSSMTO$rot$ Laddies CoeJ; Suits Hub Clothing Co. HARTFORD, KY. !SSrorarSSSS .r. !var i) Ma j 1 ii wt'i.ii-iiii- i nm ii nuiiniitnifrii c-i ftuJ ., . n . :- -