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The Hartford republican: May 10, 1918 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1918 hao1918051001_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: May 10, 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. tye Fine Job Work. VOL. XXX. SEDITION MEASURE FINALLY PASSED Jtetforft flejniblicau DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No. 45 rived. In another mlnuta Tins would havo violated tho law, and may bo gone to Jail. Ed Barrasa proposed coming home and Doe Plrtlo suggested a wild beo hunt, but Tins said ho had como on his annual cutlng and was going to spend a weok in camp. Where there is a will thero is a way. Necessity achieves Its end. The boys must havo fish nnd they got them. The fish about tho mouth of Grassy havo tho strange and unusual habit, so tho boys report, of coming oat on the bank at certain hours of the night in search of bugs, and while thus engaged in the search for food tho boys armed with clubs killed the unsuspecting fish in great numbers. Tho battle was less noiseless but moro murderous thnn that of Kemmil Hill, but tho boys won and slaughtered tho fish without mercy. SAILOR WRITES HOME. K, HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1918. matter so addressed, with tho words WILSON'S PROCLAMATION 'innll to this address undcllvcrnble under espionage act,' plainly written FOR RED CROSS WEEK or stnmpcd upon tho outside thereof; and all such litters or other matters so returned to such postmasters shall ho by them returned to Billion To Be Raised tho senders thereof, under such For Red Cross Work as the postmaster general may prescribe." In Week. Penalties under the bill would to those who mnke false reports or statements with Intent to Interfere President Wilson Issued a proclawith tho operation or success of tho mlltltnry or naval forces of the Unit- mation designing the week beginning ed States, or to promoto tho success Ma 20 as "Red Cross Week," and of Its enemies, or say or do anything calling upon tho American peoplo to contribute generously to the second with Intent to obstruct tho salo of securities during tho war. $100,000,000 war fund of tho Amng-ulatit- iu np-pl- New Federal Statute Takes Howl Out of Disloyal Wolves. Washington, Mny 7. y Flnnl legis- lative action was taken today on tho sedition 1)111, giving tho government .liroad new powers to punish disloyal acts and utterances. Adopting a conference report nlrcady approved by "tho Senate, tho House sent to tho President for his signature the measure whlcli' has heen heforo Congress for weeks, assailed as a nicuaco to freo speecli and clinniploned as essennt homo during the tial war. Tho President Is expected to sign the bill promptly, and thru vigorous ls enforcement of its provisions of tho Department of Justice ny they will he ahlu to do much toward checking tho wave of mob outbreaks for which unpunished disloyalty and enemy activity are blamr olll-cla- gov-eruin- eu . They would apply to thoso who ator tempt to insist Insuhordinntlon mutiny or refusal of duty In the military or naval forces, retard recruiting, or to thoso who speak, write or publish abusive language against tho uniform of tho soldier, or sailor, or the Hag, or tho Constitution. m III'TLKK COUNTY HOY STRIKES HARD LUCK Lon Howard.son of former sheriff John Will Howard, of Hutler county, struck n whole bunch ot bad luck In ed Hartford Monday. Penalties of twenty years' Impriswith Hownrd, another young onment or n flue of $10,000, or both, Morgantow'n boy, wns returning from aro provided In the bill for those con- Owcnsboro In n car, and on nccount of victed of uttering or printing disloy- cxcesslvo Indulgence of Joy Juice, ns al, abusive, profane, scurrilous, con- tho courjt thought, or out of tho puro temptuous or nhusive langungo about icussedness of n Ford, ns Howard tho United States or about the gov- claimed, tho machine failed to take a ernment or about tho form of govern- 'sharp turn of tho court house square, ment or tho flag or for thoso who aro as a docile, wolldrlvcn mnchlno convicted of favoring Germany or should, and the ofllclals. Jealous of her allies In tho present war. tho lives and limbs of tho circuit court I I erican Red Cross for tho nllcvlntlon of suffering among tho American roops In' Franco and their dependents nt homo and among the fighting forces and civilian population of tho allied countries. Tho proclamation follows: "PROCLAMATION. "Inasmuch as the war fund of 1917, so generously contributed by the American people to the American Red Cross for the administration of relief at home and abroad, has been practically exhausted by appropriations for tho welfare of tho men in our milltnry and naval forces, and for those dependent upon them, and for the yet more urgent necessities of our allies, military and civilian, who have long borne the brunt of war: "And, Inasmuch as the American Red Cross has been recognized by law and international convention as tho public instrumentality for war "And Inasmuch as tho year of our own participation in the war has Single Vote Of "Xo." of n j crowd, ns well as tho occupants The debate In tho House wns noth- car. had Howard arrested on a chargo brought unprecedented demands upon I ing like so extended ns in tho Sen- of speeding. A fine of fifty dollars the patriotism and liberality of our people, anu maoe eviuuiu mo iitc-slt- y opposition deate, and whlto some ;and tho fnncy work that goes with ot concentrating tho work of reveloped there only Representative such a penalty in police court dldn t lief in one main organization which London, of Now York, the Socialist, look too big for Lon, when ho drew a voted against tho conference report check on his homo bank for tho can respond effectively and univers on tho final test. Representative amount, and good humorcdly told the ally to tho needs of humanity under Lundccn, of Minnesota, Republican, court that paying lines was something stress ot war: 'And, inasmuch as the duration of and Church, of California, Democrat, of a habit with him. Hut tho young the war and tho closer and closer co voted present. man grew a bit moro serious when, operation-o- f the American Red Cross sought Representative London boforo ho left tho court room, a convainly to send tho report back to con- stable served a warrant on him charg- with our own army and navy, with ference because of tho elimination of ing him with disturbing public wor- the Governments of our Allies, and relief organizations. with foreign exempting the Senate amendment p, ship at a church somewhere near have resulted In the discovery of now penalty thoso who in criticism from lu Ohio couuty. Esquire Will of tho government speak tho truth Daugherty. tho ofllclal hnvlng Juris- onnortunttles of helpfulness underwith good motives and for Justifiable diction in that district happened to conditions which translate apportunlRepresentative Gordon, of be present, and after some parley ty into duty: ends. And. inasmuch os tho American Ohio, Democrat, declared tho Senate Howard was released ou bond to apcomidaced language in the bill which pear In Esquire Daugherty's court at Red Cross war council and its missioners in Europe have faithfully of the federal plainly is in violation tho regular June term. Having and economically administered the free guaranteeing Constitution his multiplied troubles Young people's trust: speech." and Howard cranked his machine 'Now. therefore, by virtue ot my Others opposed the bill largely be- headed for home. authority as President of the United objection to conferring cause of their . States and President of the American new censorship powers on tho postRed Cross, I, Woodrow Wilson, do general, who Is authorized to CEXTKRTOWX YOUTH master SHOOTS TO KILL hereby proclaim the week beginning refuse tho sorvico of tho mails to any May 20. 1918, as Red Cross Week, person or concern using tho malls Henry Igleheart, tho fourteen years during which the peoplo of the United In violation of tho proposed act. old son of John M. Igleheart, of States will be called upon again to Attack London's Attitude. shot and seriously wounded Representative Johnson, of Wash- Ercy Dnrnes, and slightly wounded give generously to the continuation of tho important work ot relieving ington, attacked Representative LonCarl Ashby on a public road near don's criticism of tho provision Centertown Sunday night. Sheriff distress, restoring tho waste of war, langungo and assisting In maintaining tho against using nbuslvo went to the sceno of tho ngainst tho Constitution of tho United Urntchcrearly Monday morning, ar- morale of our own troops and the troublo States and wanted to know whothor rested tho Igleheart boy and brought troons and peoples ot our allies by tho Socialist momber approved tho him before Judgo Cook who held him this manifestation of effort and sacri fice on tho part of thoso who, though activities of tho I. W. W. under bond for $1,000 for his not privileged to bear arms, aro of "When a group of conscienceless boforo tho grand Jury. ono spirit, purpose, and determinaemployers rofuso to rccognizo tho Tho shooting was dono with a shot tion with our warriors. right ot peoplo' to organize thoy will gun, using No. 4 shot, and Dames ," "In witness whereof, I have here have to deal with tho I. W. was shot in tho breast and abdomen, unto set my hand and caused tho London replied. "I tho moro serious wound being Inflict- seal of tho United States to bo nfflxed. tho I. W. W. is tho working ed in tho region ot tho heart. Ashby 'Dono In tho District of Columbia, out of tho law of compensation."" was only slightly wounded. day of May, In tho year of "I am eternally opposed to having story some this 4th According to tho boy's tho Constitution mndo ovor nlong lint-- In Uir II nllll lwirllOlwl linil 1)0011 Our Lord Ono Thousand Nine Hun tho lines of a Karl Marx book on So- I threatening to "run him" some night dred and Eighteen, arid ot tho Inde pendence of tho United States of Amcialism," retorted Mr. Johnson, "and when ho was out, and on this particu- erica, tho Ono Hundred and Forty- I am also opposed to making tho stars a night had armed hlmsolf with second. smd stripes into n red Hag of revolu- lar gun and n pistol. Ho admits 'By tho President: or tho I. W. shot tion for tho anarchists, boys tho boys ho shot woro not tho "WOODROW WILSON, Y. or tho Socialists." to chaso him, but "ROUERT LANSING, Representative Wobb, of North who had threatened was thrown boforo ho "Secrotary ot Stato." Carolina, chairman of tho Judiclnry claims a rockprobablo that other ts mm Representative Gra- shot. It Is Committee and will bo made in tho caso. A GREAT SUCCESS. Republican, ham, of Pennsylvania, . who led tho fight for tho roport, inROZEX OKI-- ' FOR CAMP. Tho Third Llborty Loan Uond salo sisted that tho powers proposed woro In Ohio county Is now a matter of necessary and would not bo abused. Twolvo young men loft Hartford rocord and will go down in history Republicans Object. Wood, of Indiana, Monday morning for Fort Ilenjamin ns a great success. Representative I want to compliment tho dearest and Representative Oreon, of Iowa, I Harrison, noar JiuHanapolls, to ontor training scnooi tor peoplo on earth to me, and say that I Republicans, objected to tho powers a mechanical nrmy service. Tho young mon woro: am proud ot tho spirit of patriotism, .Slvon tho postmaster general. and tho manly, yot doggod determinHiram A. Porter, McIIonry. censorship section reads Tho mall ation displayed, lu this the greatest Henry Trail, Simmons. as follows: public service in which they, or any Herbert Collier, Horrln, III. poatmastor general may, up"Tho other peoplo, have ever participated. Orn D. Ward, Centertown. on ovldonco satisfactory to him that In willingly assuming nearly three Stophon A. Grigsby, Hartford. person or concern is using tho any times tho service apportioned to you, Jcsso V. Crowo, Decatur, III. malls In violation of tho provisions you are giving to the public and to Robert H. Duko, Olaton. of this act, Instruct tho postmastor at the German ouemy a foretaste of Darrol Roborfson, Hartford. any postolllco at which mall is what thoy may expect ot tho bravo Ira Harnett, Reynolds. to such person or nddressed boys from Ohio county at tho battle Arnold Drown, Narrows. concern to return to tho postmaster front. Corbet Cooper, Uoayer Dam, ut which thoy woro origM tho olllco To the vlco chairman, executive John Ward, McIIonry. inally mailed, all lottora or other I I Gil-stran, a ar-rosod relief: chairman of nil tho various divisions, their assistants, and to tho county press I want to express my gratitude for your over willingness to render any nnd nil aid, and for tho good nnd effective work that you, have done. To the Indies who have worked so unceasingly, so conscientiously, and with such sacred motives, I want to say your bond writing has been a great success nnd the good you have dono will never die. I hope that each of you may tuck away In your memory a bouquet of sincere thanks from me that may in somo measure strengthen your nerves and soothe your grief when you think of the intense suffering that your efforts are intended to mitigate nnd stop. To the General county, and precinct committeemen upon whom has fallen tho duty of Individual house to house canvass. I wish to tin my hat and reverently bow my head In recogni tion of tho faithful manner In which you.have performed your duties you will never be able to know tho im mense good that you have done in cemontliiE nnd strengthening the feeling of determination among your neighbors to win this war so brutally waged against our Innocent peace loving and homo respecting nation. While some of you may have mis construed some of my appeals to you. no living man or woman has heard me offer a word ot censure or criti cism against any of you, and nothing that I have written you has been In that spirit, or with such intention. All my letters have been circular letters and each one ot you received exactly tho same wording, hence, If accepted personally, somo of you may have felt they did not apply. At some future time I hope to be able to call especial public attention to the noblo and especially fruitful efforts somo of you put forth. With the slncercst thanks to every nan, woman and child who has in any way aided In this noblo and success ful effort with not the slightest for feeling ot censure or criticism any 4)not and with tho approval of tho whole county in recognizing the great assistance rendered us by prom inent speakers and soldiers outside the county, I subscribe myself Most humbly and respectfully, JOHN H. BARNES, County Chairman. BUTLER COUNTY GIRL. cbmmltti-p- , DIG WHEAT CROP GOVERNMENT REPORT Acreage Bigger And Yield Better Than Former Estimates. May 8. Continued Washington, good reports throughout April have given Indications that winter wheat forecast, based on conditions prevailing May 1, and Issued by the Department of Agriculture at 2:1G P. M. would show a large lncreaso over the 560,000,000 bushels estimated in April. Private estimates within the last week have placed the prospective crop at from G00.000.000 to 650,000,- Last December, from 000 bushels. conditions then existing, tho prospective production was placed at 540',- 000,000 bushels. Last year tho crop amounted to 418,070,000 bushels, in 1916 It was 480,553,000 bushels, and tho largest crop ever grown was that of 1914, when GS4.990.000 bushels wero harvested. While the acreage of winter wheat was the largest ever planted, being 42,170,000 acres, it was below what the government had expected In Its campaign to produce a billion bushels of wheat this year to help feed the allies. Adverse conditions and short age of farm help were ascribed as the cause of the failure to plant tho acres planned by the government. The abandonment of acreage as a result of climatic and other winter conditions was expected this year to be much lower than the average. In 1917 the abandonment amounted to 30 per cent of the area planted, leaving 27,430,000 acres to be harvested. That was practically the highest percentage abandoned In any year. In recent years the lowest percentage of abandonment was 2.8 in 1903. Winter "Wheat Condition. Winter wheat condition on April 1 last was 78.6 per c?nt of a normal, 73.2 on May 1 last year and averaged 85.7 for the previous ten years. Rye conditions on April 1 forcaest d a crop of 86,000,000 bushels to 60,145,000 bushels last year, and 48.862.000 In 1916. That crop also was expected to show betterment as a result ot April codltions. The condition ot the plant on April 1 was 85.8 per cent of a normal. Last year, on May 1, it was 88.8 and the ten-yeMay average Is 90.2. was 94.930,000 Hay production tons in 1917 and 110,992,000 in of meadow 1916. The condition (hay) lands May 1 last year was 88.7, and averaged 88.5 In the previous ten 's 00 coin-parear Mm. Charlie Howard has received a letter from her son, Otis, who Is a sailor on tho Steamer Antigone, saying ho has landed safely on American soil again, after his third voyage across the Atlantic ocean. As a roward of merit for having' made tho three successful trips Otis has been rewarded a gold lace bar. Young Howard states ho expects no furloughs to be made from his ship until something happens in the death grapple with the Huns in Europe. RODXEY ROSS" DEATH. - ' Last week wo reported the sudden death of Rodney Ross, a Center-tow- n boy, while on his way to Chicago to enter the army service. The report that reached us first was that tho boy died suddenly while on the train. Later developments are that young Ross had a dispute with a stranger while waiting for a train on the station platform at Henderson, and that when the train was ready to leave the stranger struck Ross on the head with a stone. Not thinking he was seriously hurt Ross boarded the train and continued on his journey. Ross was found dead In his Pullman berth at an early hour the next morning, his death, resulting from the formation of a blood clot on his brain. An unconfirmed rumor is the man who struct , Ross has been arrested. mm NEW DP.AFT "LAW COVERS YOUNG MEIf ij 6. Mrs. Potter Washington, May 6. An agreeof Chicago, is dead at her ment on the bill extending the sewinter homo here. Mrs. Palmer died lective draft law to youths 21 years of pneumonia. old since June 5, 1917, was reached Mrs. Palmer was born at Woody by the Senate and House concounbury, on Green river, In Butler ferees. The amendment of Representy, Ky and was the widow of Potter tative Hull, of Iowa, providing that Palmer, of Chicago, where she was a the additional registrants shall ba social leader, had heen 111 for some years. placed at tho bottom ot present elifamily time. Several days ago her Stocks of hay on farms May 1 last gible lists was retained. was sumoncd and medical specialThe House conferees accepted ths year amounted to 12.659,000 tons ists camo here from the North. She and averaged 12,212,000 for the five-ye- Senate provision for exemption front died last night. Her body will bo period. the draft law of theological and medtaken to Chicago for burial, leaving Tho condition ot pastures May 1, ical student3. hero Immediate ratification by the Sen1917 was 81.9 per cent and showed . average ot 85.5. ate and House of tho conferees' a ten-yeHARTFORD HOY WINS. Spring planting last year was 5S.7 agreement on the measure will bo sought, that thero may bo no further percent of normal, and the ten-yeWilliam II. Selbort, a Hartford boy, delay In its uso in connection with, just graduated from the Third average planting average was 57.5. has mm the new draft. Olllcors' Training Camp, at Leon Provost Marshal Goneral Crowder FAXNIK AXD JOE. Springs, Texas, lie will bo put on opposed tho amendment placing tho tho eligible list, at Camp Taylor, for county new registrants nt tho bottom of eliassignment to duty when a vacation . Fannie Douglas came into court Tuesday and sworo out a war- gible lists. occurs. Lieut. Sibort visited Hart aiso adopted an Tho conferees husband, Joe Douglas, ford tho first of tho weok. Ho is a rant for her charging him. with wife beating. This amendment, tviiich Gen. Crowder also young man of fino physique, nnd year that opposed, requiring registration of presents a commanding appearance In is tho third tlmo within a Mrs. Douglas has sworn out a war- mon already In tho military servico olllcors uniform. rant for her husband, but on former who havo attained their majority Gon. Crowder occasions thought belter of the mat- 'since last Juno 5. GHOST OF FAMIXK STALKS IX PERSIA ter beforo trial day, forgavo tho of- thinks this work would bo unnecefending husband and saved him from ssary and costly and would bo resented Washington, May 7. Conditions in being fined. Tho parties live out In by somo of tho men In tho service. Persia aro described as desperate in the Select country. m- HEARING COMPLAIXTS. a dispatch to tho Stato Department FISHING STORY SPOILED. Legation at from the Amorlcan met Tho Board of Supervisors Tehoran. Famine is Increasing and comA certain friend of ours, who nover again Monday morning to hoar message said, Is prevalent typhus, tho misses an opportunity to slander us plaints of thoso property holders who In most of tho cities. shortago, tho legation re- in that Stray Streak stuff, headed a believed their assessment had been Tho food a largo num-ber'ported, has forced tho population to mob that left Saturday morning for unjustly raised. That them believed thoy hnd been practice cannibal the mouth of Grassy for a weeks' eat dogs and even fishing. Wo had planned to wrlto up raised too much was evidenced by ism. societies tho party in lino stylo, and Just toll tho numbor of peoplo who crowded Through American roliet around the door of tho board room tho United Spates has already done tho plain, unvarnished truth about Somo what was happontng at tho fishing waiting for a turn to bo heard. The much to help tho Persians. of property ownors who camo tlmo ago tho Stato Department was camp, when wo learned tho law for number was uuusual-l- y explain to tho Persian bade fishing in the month of May. in to protest tho ralso obliged to largo, but when they found that tolephono and got Wo hurried to tho Government, in response to a Fluko on tho lino, Just in a nick of their neighbors had been raised In for a loan, that it was not manner, went away pretty well for tho United States to lend tlmo. The hoys had Just put their llko buttermilk on ice and had gono to satisfied. Comparatively little has oxcopt to a money directly so far been scaled off ot the original but the department interested tho rlvor to get tho linos out while raisoj mndo by the board, and It Is supplied moro the buttermilk cooled. Tlnsley had private parties, who probablo that less than $100,000, all money than was asked for by tho baited his hook, spat on tho bait and bo taken of. The board shape of a Govern-me- glvon a warning signal to tho boys to told, will Persians In tho when the messonger ar- - will adjourn this afternoon. stop talking, loan. Sarasota, Fla., May Palmer, to-da- ar ar ar I ! y of ro-qu- pos-stb- lo nt i TtUIVIimimMab hoim;i down. R3'Ssa on V-.. Sift 'ft .. .OITV."- jfc - .'ef''V pu- $ i "v r - 'SrMWAV ,! At. . ..' A Wr) -c rr . Vr&v pjVlri 'irv. ,cr ls- - . v u Jv' , n 4. vyr a "rrJrfk' "i " I' 5 ' fer,SKS ".tt JF j. JkJ THE BLIND AND THE MUTILATED By Dr. ESTHER LOVEJOY 'A A.' the ycnrs to come this war will prove a blessing to the IN blind. A new world is being evolved. Nature has at least . k one extraordinary sense in reserve for those who lose any $1,GOO,000,000, Payments on FISCAL COUIIT. allotments aro now nbout of the five ordinary senses. The blind feel things that are not Tuesday after first Monday Meets a month. In January, April nnd Octobor. within reach. They are conscious of vibrations that are not Oklahoma, county councils of 1st District Ed Shown, In Hartford, perceptible to seeing men. defense are securing pledges from Houto 3. owners to furnish trans 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Beav i The sightless learn to read very quickly by the Braille automobile portation to speakers for community er Dam. method. It is interesting to watch the face of a blind man councils. The plcdgo provides that aril District Q. 11. Brown, Simmons. as his fingers pass over the upraised dots of a Braille book tho chairman of the county council ith District G. W. Howe, Center- town. and his mind perceives the mysteries recorded there for him. may hire a car at tho expense of any signer who falls to furnish transpor 5tli District V. C. Daugucrty.Balze- They have special stenographic machines and special print- tation at the time promised. town. Throughout England 102 dally (Itli District W. S. Dean, .Dundee ing presses. Books and magazines are translated into the newspapers have been forced to in- 7th District of the sightless. B. V. Bice, Fordsvlllo. written language crease their prices, and G7G weekly 8th District B. C. Ithoades, HartMen blinded in battle are acquiring great skill in the ly papers have followed suit. The ford, Bouto 5. textile arts, as moulders, and in other industries where a monthly magazines selling before the IIAKTKOKI). war at 9 cents now cost 1C to IS highly developed sense of touch is essential to good work. Mayor J. E. Bean. cents. The cost of novels nnd books The higher type of blind men have great personal has largely Increased, even the popuClerk J. A. Howard. Police Judge C. M. Crowo. souls seem nearer the surface. They are pe- lar and widely sold classics li.nlng charm. Their E. P. Casebier. Marshal culiarly beloved people, and their clairvoyance makes them risen from 50 to 100 per cent HOCKPOItT. conscious of the kindness and affection with which they are $100 Reward, $100 Ch'm'n. Board James Wilson. regarded. Naturally they react to it. Perhaps that is why The readers of this paper will be Clerk Rushing Hunt. pleased to learn that there Is at least they usually seem so happy and cheerful. Police Judge John T. Jackson. one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure In all Marshal Will Langford. Unfortunately there are forms of mutilation which tnat is catarrh, catarrh its stage? and being creatly HEAVER DAM. Influenced by constitutional conditions have the opposite effect. When a man knows that he is re- requires constitutional treatment. IIu'.s V. T. McKenney. Ch'm'n. Board nnd Catarrh pulsive to every man, woman and child who looks upon him; acts thruMedicine Is taken internallv Surtho Ti'.ooil on the Jiucoin Clerk R. W. King. faces of the System thereby destroylnK when he shrinks from the reflection of his own disfigured the foundation of the disease, upclvin? conPolice Judge J. W. Cooper. the patient strength by building the II. F. Stevens. Marshal in dolnelts face in the mirror, and shudders at the strange sound of his stitution nnd assisting work. The proprietors have to much KORDSVIIiLE. faith In the curatle powers of Hall's own voce, lie wants to die. ... '- ' Catarrh Medicine that they offer One V. R. Jones. Ch'm'n. Board for any 5, A great deal is being done for these mutilated men. Hundred Dollarsfor list ofcase that It falls to cure. Send testimonials. Clerk Olla Cobb. Address J. CHENEY & Police Judge C. P. Kessingcr. They are being refitted with arms and legs. Plastic surgery Ohio. SoldF.by all Drusfflst. CO.. Toledo. "ic. o Marshal Grant Pollard. is doing its part, too, in the way of restoring palates, teeth The proper food for one man may and facial contour, and the American Red Cross in Paris is SCHOOIj CALENDAR. be all wrong for another. Every OKKICI.W. attempting to make life more livable for them by providing one should adopt a diet fultcd to his County Board of Education. masks which restore their original features. They will be age and occupation. Those who E. S. Howard, S. S. O. C. useful members of society, but thetsoul of man craves more have weak stomachs need to be es- 'Div. No. 1 J. M. Hoover, Hartpecially careful and eat slowly than service. Life and liberty are precious possessions, but and masticate their shouldthoroughly. ford, Ky. food Div. No. 20. W. Duff, Fordsvlllo, the pursuit of happiness is the dearest right of man. We are It is also important that they keep Ky. all alike. We want to go through life with the sweet illusion their bowels regular. When they beDiv. No. 3 H. L. Carter, Narrows, come constipated or when they feel Ky. that the blue bird of happiness is just within reach, and this dull nnd stupid after eating, they Div. No. 4 H. O. Autry, Baize- illusion is almost impossible to the disfigured man. should take Chamberlain's Tablets to town, Ky. is the sacred duty of all those who have been bene- strengthen the stomach and move the Div. No. 5 Otis II. Stevens, Beav It bowels. They are easy to take and er Dam, Ky. fited by their sacrifice to leave nothing undone to restore I pleasant in effect. . m Div. No. C Nat Llndley, Center-towtheir usefulness ; to employ every art to increase their menKy. Time of Meeting 1st Monday In tal and physical powers and the charm of personalities, to February; 1st Monday In April; 1st l the end that their lives may be enriched rather than impovMonday in June; 1st Monday in AuFor Infants and Children erished by the fortunes of war. gust; 1st Monday in October; 1st war-ris00 n, State council of defence In has set aside $250,000 to bo to farmers. shipping Hoard plans coimtruc-lo- n three- launching ways for tlir-3, 500-to- n concreto vossols. This typo of vessel Is still "in an experimental stage, nnd If found 8ti.t,"fiil contho hoard may build 7,500-to- u , crete ships. Tho order prohibiting tho oale of Hour In lots of less than 12 pounds has been suspended. Licensed deal ers have been advised that they may market several sizes of packages weighing less tlinn 12 pounds, with a minimum. Over 200,000 applicants for insurance by oftlcers and enlisted men of tho naval sbrvico had been filed by March 31. The averago amount of Insurance on each policy was about $7,300, making a total of more than Tho Maine loaned Tho of tin, Hartford. Trustee ,lury I'miil Hartford. Cal P. vviuu. IMs-VI- ruu A y. UUK 1st Monday in March 12 Coin'.th. nnd Civil. 1st Monday in May 12 days Civil. 1st Monday in July 12 days Com'th. untl Civil. 3d Moudny in September 12 days Civil. 4th Monday In November 12 days Com'th. nnd Civil. COUNTY iipSHlNGTOMT I AsmsL GERMINAL REMEDY Treatment iffijmmvns.wx WsSBECvL? sji for WEAK LUNGS or CONSUMPTION MVILLOrMRHMUU: ; city where good lioteli abound, the PowhiUn heads the ; COUUT. In ; Moots first Mondny In each month. Judge Mack Cook. County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. Clerk w. C. Blankenshlp. Sheriff S. A. Bratchcr. E. S. Howard. Huierliitciuleiit Jnllcr Worth Tlchcnor. Assessor D. E. Ward. Surveyor C. S. Moxley. Coroner Dr. A. B. Riley. countrymen, Int. It It first In the hearts of itl ; : - A otilck relief for tint llreil. run ilown frellnc. coughs, pains In chest, nlcht sweats, hemor tlncei, weak tunes or consumption. II II dot no) help you II costs you nothing!. g FOR ONE MONTH aSTuSSi OHIO MEDICAL GO, i -- , safe iHSiS& -- DR. Masonic To riu a I , JAvFu7vi3;;i-."'-!.uiiiii- , : J. H.THORPE THROAT, NOSE OWIiNSBOKO, KY. El K, EAR, Tlie Towhatan it refined, exclusive, and restful. Its excel lent location on Pennsylvania Avenue, 18th and II Streets, nukes it a desirable headqiiar lcr lor bridal couples, tourist fames, conventions, Schools and colleges. , The l'owhalan attracts the o( culture and education. people lit proximity to State, War and Navy Departments, also to man? points interest, ol historical makes this hotel especially at tractive to a discriminating pub ' lie. The Powhatan offers rooms with detached bath at St. 50. S2.00 and up. Rooms with private bath, J:. 30. SJ.C0 and up. Write for booklet with map, CLIFFORD M. LEWIS, Manager. , And Fitting of Glasses ! '2yA3 I Bli' I I I TnADE.MiRKR v.Itrointtlr olt&lr,.l In or no fee utiun PATCNT5 t our aiulliellt yuu tu suece. t. Borul ihotuor tlrtcli for rnrr ttmri ..n ftlltl nU eounti irR, THAT ihwimuiiiij, ni rears- prartloe. sun, passing nirtrtcNcca. ir fir ouki on iTonuhlt nttc tie rlla lo 'w B03-B0Oovnnth St root. WH3HIWPTON. D. C. - v Q WW THE NEW NOT SOLD U N,D E R SEWINCS f MACHINE quality; OF . Used 3 40 Years vrssr. ANY OTHER NAME. HOME CARDUI The have n life luset n t the price you pay, nnd will not hnvc nn i mile chain of repairs. WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. If you purclmvtlieNHW 1IOMK you will Woman's Tonic Sold Evorywhero r. o fjhi - TT Quality ConsidercsJ it Is the Cheapest in die end to buy. If you wnntasewlnfrmnchlnf, write lor our Intent rivtiiloguobcroru you iurcluuc Tbs New Home Sera Machine Co., Orange, Mass. I J -- A ft3ffP9rVrasBK39HB, iIGL2fliKst7JUBLV jfli ssTte lTs9lirl CASTOR A x3 V If I iAI 00 W In Use For Over 30 Years POP 300 - CHANICS How Would You Get Rid Of Miles of Barbed Wire? One of the Many Problems the Red Cross Has to Meet. Have you over thought what strange end baffling problems tnust come up tc the Red Cross workers when they Mart out to rebuild a French town just the problem of the barbed wire, for Instance? This letter tells It: "We have nearly every day about half a dozen German prisoners working amongst us, who are escorted In to work In the morning by a pollu and called for In the evening. They appear quite harmless, but we have too many evidences all around us to prove that their race Is quite to the contrnry. "l'ou should see the barbed wire miles and miles of It. How nny one could ever get through It, let alone under tire, is beyond me. It's usually colled and stretched around Iron stakes or crosses about four feet long, and the whole thing makes a waist high mass sometimes 15 or 20 feet wide. Always bears the Signature of &&&&foi Monday in December. E. S. County Board of Examiners Howard, Mrs. I. S. Mason, Mrs. O. W. Duff. ARTICLES-3- AiAGAZINB ILLUSTRATIONS aiAs-asi- O 0000000000000000000 COURT DIRECTORY. o o 0000000000000000000 CIRCUIT COURT. There are really acres of It around here, and when you think how ninny strips of It there are, stretching from Belgium to Switzerland why, it's going to be a real problem after the war to get It all up and out of the way. I bet n lot of people walk Into it through the snow this winter. "We came across unexploded shells now and then and hand grenades of various shapes and sizes also ; but, believe me, we leave them alone. There are four on the wall in our back yard and several In n Held near by." R. W. Slack, Owensboro. C. E. Smith, Hart Teachers' Examination (colored). Com'th. Attorney Sept. 20 and 21 County and State ford. Teachers' Examination (white). Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. Sept. 27 and 28 County and State Otto C. Mar- Master Commissioner Judge Jan. 25 and 20 Common School Diploma Examination. May 10 and 11 Common School 0 Diploma Examination. o May 17 and 18 County Teachers' o Examination (white). May 24 and 20 County Teachers' Examination (colored). Juno 22 and 23 County and State Teachers' Examination (white). Juno 28 and 29 County and State IHEP Informed of the World's rroirress in kneinrtrinir. Wee hanlr nnrl 1nvntinn P raineranaasnnmi All tne family. It appeals luuiiuasscs uiu ana loune- - Mm nnd women. in tliou.atidiol Juno rftvoriiu homes throughout tbo world Our r " GUARANTEED SERVICE One hundred per cent ralue. Special work for W. O. W. W. F. BTEVENS, X. T. D. 7. Hartford. Ky. Marble Amateur Mochanlca (17 l'ssral for lliB Mora and &aiuiuaciimnic,iiiiuuw(omaBet "IH..IV Tlllr.l.h fllltfltai V.nirlnAa llnnta M.m iro ICWa anil hoca, Jewrlrr. liMxI Kurnlturo. etc ttontalns In I trucllon. for Ibellcchajlc, Camper andblJrt.manj Sl.IO riR VCAR SINGLE COPIES. IScI OfOar frM aaw..aalar or OlrMt frM. Oka a.MleaafJ aampio copy will Do eons on roouosu Written So You Can Understand It I no SImSiIm Department (20 1'ntP.) conttlu. Itertlcal Hint. forhLop Work ond mi wr. (or ttr i.jiu.h ... tiu tuinn nrtiunu .no iiomn. orrlira V)rrr'iniU'nu era ron.UntJr on the wsuh tor things new and Intcrntlng and It Is fr Representing Continental & Granite Co. POPULAR MECHANICS MAGAZINE at no. micnican Avenue, bnivsao KILL the COUGH STOMACH TROUBLE suffered with stomach trouble. I would have pains and a heavy feeling after my meals, a most disagreeable taste in my mouth. If I ate anything with butter, oil or grease, I would spit it up. I began to have regular sick headache. I had used pills and tablets, but after a course of these, I would be constipated. It just seemed to tear my stomach ail up. I found they were no good at all for my trouble. I heard I Get on me Firing Line SSSSU1 AND CURE the LUNGS ffl JsJ a long while Mr. Marion Holcomb. of Nancy, Ky., says: "For quite Dr. King's New DisGovery WITH FOR Trial Brittle Free AND ALL THROAT Af.D LtlNGTHOUBLCS. sLssKsUsl BibPNL " nTOUCHS OLDS n. pnim v .i The Red Cross Answers By THEODOSIA GARRISON 33(ollSBSfHJi yon to succeed ITIn lifeTTtnt must know you QUARANTEED BAXISFAOTOa'i OB MONEY .REFUNDED. issrxjatzsrtersMr.xia f Of the Vigilantes. Dear Ood. to leave this sheltered place wherefrom I may not go To give my service to a world torn through with war and woe, To heal the wounds of broken men, to mend the shattered mind, To lend my hands unto the maimed, my eyes unto the blind; To give a woman back her man from out the very dead "But 1 will do this for you," said the great Cross of Bed. Nay, but there are little towns that once were white and fair Now burned nnd bleak and desolate 'mid blackened fields and If I might bring its people back to And there as before The staunch roof, the decent hearth, the vines nbout the door; If 1 might lift a frightened child and leave it comforted "But 1 will do this for you," suld the great Cross of Bed. "You may heal the wounded and you may guide the blind, You may bring new comfort and Joy to humankind, If so within your sheltered place you give me for your part The strength within your two hands, the pity at your heart; Through ou, from you, of you I am, by your own s I full but If you full mo" said the great Cross of Bed. heurt-strlng- THEDFORD'S Black-draug- ht bare; recommended very highly, so began to use it. It cured me. I keep it in the house all the time. It is the best liver medicine made. 1 do not have sick headache or stomach trouble any more." acts on the jaded liver and helps it to do its important work of throwing out waste materials and poisons from the system. This medicine should be in every household for use in time of need. Get a package today. If you feel sluggish, take a dose tonight. You will feel fresh tomorrow. Price 25c a package. All druggists. Black-Draught Popular Science Monthly u fto moot Intoresttnt and nasful marartM, and um Biftm mono? worm. KTrr msnus All tbs) new Idoaa and all Indentions In lectrloltf and wireless. In and aeroplanes, tutomobllos and In machinery. (bopwara and HswU snake tUiia at hotsMb Nnamorerr sonth. Including remteratora. Poultry nouses. furniture, automobile shop repairs, eto. c Idraa It Is foil of Bonerfnaktnf , hU written la aUla aUsli 1W sssaa and bore. 18 ConU a Copy 11.60 ft Yaar Get It fma a newsrfeeWr or write direct to ropolai Science af oatolr, M Fourth Are, N.r. 17BCI7 Tsssteoswnseslrseseila.stas ur sosuuje aM sssoase tan try. In Inreotloa and sclenco. uet out ct use rut; ft t on Uio flrLn what Is new In business and ladot 1 Road mil weary 0lu vjirn imw tfal ROCUnCDANDDCrCNDCD..'n,,noi".l in ittnt jr.d intrlngsmsnt Prattles ticlmlvcly. i .to or rome to us as Ujbto (tnat, sear Osltad tUtes fataat Ofios, WASKMNQTON. D. C. aviaitiLr iiri iiula.loriitH 1 aaiJ frtu) -I trajt tUoiiAj, I Fit svhUxi, liuw lo obttlrt eopjrrUiliU, tie., LL COUNTRIC3. lim(, lluilntit Jirtttvllk W'asktmgton 300 Picture ftr Mlr U cmta. 300 ArtidM fuimt taut I M JIITT QOOD led, auas POSITION ONE CENT A DOSE (173) CWI ob The BepoblicaB job rrlatlsc; (or Fine uiuiuiiojcs vuumcxu iivsuim i'sducah, Kjr. If you take tbo Drnugliou Tralnlcs. tho cantakoltutculiroor bu mall. Secured or Your Money Back ratuaf i T. JSL - -r- -iv-j. ... . IIKKK 18 A GOOD TLAOE TO BTOF FOB LITTLE MONEY GOOD 7th INOLD DAYS WASTE OF SUGAR AND WHEAT Writer Thinks This Is Time to "Cut Out" Serving Refreshments it Social Functions. DnTTT TANHET of The Vlgllantet. I do nut believe that sugar and whent are used to nny better purpose ' V Louisville Hotel, Louisville, Ky., Main St., bet. 6th & Tlio Only Hotel In Loulivlllo Operated on Uie American nntl European Plans. AMKIUOAN PLAN (With Meals) Itnoms without Until but with Hot and Cold Running Water. single, $2.00 per day; 2 pcoplo, 2.00 each 7G Iloomfl BO Rooms slnglo, 2.G0 per day; 2 peoplo, 2.25 each CO Front Rooms. single, 3.00 per day; 2 peoplo, 2.60 each Rooms with I'rlvnto Rath: single, 3.00 per day; 2 people, 2. 76 each 60 Rooms slnglo, 3.50 per day; 2 people, 3.00 each 60 Rooms Modem Lite by No Means Has Monopoly of Virtues. And Prominent Among the Things Lacks Is That "Nelghborllness" That Meant So Much In the Bygone Years. nr Biggest Reading Ktmoi'KAX PLAN (Without Meals) Room ultliout Until hut with Hot unil Cold ItunnliiR Water. single, $1.00 per day; slnglo, 1.25 per day; 60 Front Rooms. single, 1.50 per day; Rooms with Private Until : single, 1.60 per day; 50 Rooms single, 2.00 per day; 60 Rooms 76 Rooms CO Rooms 2 2 2 2 2 peoplo, people, people, pcoplo, people, 0.75 each 1.00 each 1.25 each 1.26 each 1.60 each THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Cor. Sixth and Main Sts. KuroMVWi Plan Only. Rooms Without Until, $1.00 nml up; Rooms With Private Htith, fl.SO nnd up Rest KntliiK Plnco In Town. The Loulsvlllo Hotel nnd the Old Inn arc located In tho wholesale walk to the retail district and theaters. district and only a LOUIHVILLK HOTEL AND OLD INN COMPANY, Props. I Cash Bargain Offer! The Hartford Republican AND THE MEMPHIS WEEKLY Commercial-Appe' al IJOTH ONE YEAR FOR $1.25 arrangements, wo aro ennhled to furnish these two paper at this low ruto for n limited time. is a InrKc and one of tho very best paThe Commercial-AppeCoh must in nil coses accompany ttern published In tlio South. each order. Tills rate fs applicable to renewals and new subscribers alike. By special al SEND YOUR ORDER TO THPIHADTmDh DtfDTTRT IP ATM 1 ULUirill 1 VlllS lllvl UUlsllXlJ.1 JL Every Woman Wants L3ulrrM. ckaouoa and germicidal power. jOe. all drusmiu. or m.rid br VjimJ. Th ftslonToUrt Companr. Baton. Mm. U Has xsrnonluor FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE Dissolved In water for douches itopr pelvic catarrh, ulceration and Inflammation. Recommended by Lydia E. Finkham Med. Co. for ten yean. A healing wonder for nasajl catarrh, ore throat and sore eyes. Economical. Succeed when everything else fails. prostration and female I In nervom they '.vcaknesie are the supreme remedy, ai thousands have testified. Electric Bitters it is the FOR KIUNEY.LIVERAND STOMACH TROUBLE i Ml over a best medicine ever sold druggists counter. To do your duty during these trying times your health should be your first consideration. 1 hese two women tell how they found health. Ilcllam, r.i. "I took Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound for fouialo troubles and a displacement. I folt all rundown and was very weak. 1 had been treated by a physician without results, bo decided to give Lydia E. l'inkham's Vegetable Compound a trial, and felt bettor right away. 1 am keeping houso clnco last April and doing all my housework, where beforo I was unable to do any work. Lydia E. l'inkham's Vegetable Compound Is cortalnly tho best medicine a woman can takowhcninthiscoiulitlon. I give you permission to publish this letter." Mrs. E. It. Ciiumlino, It. Xo. 1, Hollam, Pa. Lowell, Mich. "I suffored from cramps and dragging down pains, wa3 Irregular and had fouialo weakness nud displacement. I began to tako Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound which gavo mo relief nt onco and restored my health. I should llko to recommend Lydia E. Pinkham's remedies to all suffering women who are troubled in a similar way." Mrs.EuisUllKiM.lt.No.O, Uox83,Lowell,Mlch. ATTENTION! Sick Women providing "refreshments" for social limn they would bo In ordinary meals for families. I do not think Hint Ice cream Is less likely to deplete our resources In n way unfair to our soldiers nnd our alNplKliliorllncs Is n product of rurnl lies when served by chnriiilng girls to localities Hint deserves trmisplnntntlon their mnnunns nnd the mnmnins of to cities, nnd sedulous nurture there other charming girls thnn If purchased Hint It limy continue to rtow. "Wlio, nt the sordid marts of the Ice cream Hien, Is my neighbor?" Hip mnn "In trnde. rein! I. Little cakes with plnl: Icing on them the city pent" nsUs himself, ns ho n row of similar house fronts npponr to me to he ns free from nil pn- nnd rellects on Hie fnct Hint ho 1ms j trlotlc traits or even from a natural only n nodding iicqunlntnncc nt best tendency of the human rnco to with the innjorlty of the Inmntcs. when served in drawing Independence Is fostoreil by the i rooms to women thrilled by bridge or books ns when noted through shpp conditions of llvlnc In the country. wo do not need the help of windows nnd taken homo In n paper the nest house, nenr or fur. Hut let Back. You mny If you desire give n little fire come, or n destructive storm, or n predutory visitor, or n serious Ill- dinner to friends without In nny wny ness, mid Hie neighbor mny be ns wel- nbuslng the rights of others to food or Infringing upon the requests of our come IIS llllRels. City life Is often n bnttlo of tho government for conservation of restrniiR, becnuse there nre crowds nnd sources. This Is the-watho people there nre ninny mouths to feed nnd of the Ilrlilsh Isles hnve kept up u lminy si m III I n c feet to be shod. If wo tiny bit of social life. Hut "refreshlet ourselves think of It, Hie vnst mul- ments" In the middle of tho afternoon women I It Is not titude of Identities striving to estab- to a lot of well-felish themselves Is nlinost terrifying. right. Months ago It wns announced that Where did so many people cninefrom? Where nre they going? How nre they certain organizations of women had to final n lodging for the night? Eneh agreed to refrain fiom serving 'nny of tho moving pwnrin Is the center of foods nt their meetings. Tills wns hern circle of friends. The humblest, un- alded as 1m Ing patriotic. It was plain, common less deeply unfortunate, 1ms ties Hint sense of course. I'.ut it wns the right thing bind him to earth nnd nmku lift. to do. in n degree denr to him. Yet our elub women, women many of Out of the pngnn wilderness to Hie tirhnn lights nnd ron rings comes bu- them iifiillntcd .with organizations colic youth. What will the city do to which stand for Intelligence and tlio Or In what better things of life, scorn in mnny InHint iiiisophlstlenllon? way will Its rugged. Innocent power In stances not to have followed this time come to prevnll iijfon the city? course but to bo pursuing tho even Your shrewdest, hnrdest captain of tenor of their ways before the war, not business closes his eyes nt his desk for n few of them once In a while but for all of them every week. and Is taken bnck to murmurous We object to patronizing hotels nnd nnd bees, to the aromn of liny, of klne, of burning leaves, to restaurants at which the food regulathe sound of the whetted scythe or tions nre ignored, nnd rightly so. How the sight of baked apples In the win- about the social functions nt which "refreshments were served"? dow of the woodshed. Web food In the middle of the afterWhy can't they brown flapjacks or bake beans or concoct npple sauce or noon for a group of already well-fecook oatmeal as they did down on the women I Their very food cards ought to climb down out of their windows In farm? The table wns always big enough shame nt such Inconsistency. for the unexpected guest. An egg or a quart of milk was no such great Russian Iron Ore. event ns It Is In the city. There used Iron ore Is found In mnny parts of to be time, too, to settle the mffnlrs Russia, although it Is mined in but of the borough and the nntlon, to dis- few localities. In the Ural range there cuss Hornce Greeley, nnd to wind the are whole mountains of rich ore, conclock, between supper and early bed- taining from 50 to 70 per cent of Iron. time. Among these ore mountains nre Blag-odaWe have filtration nnd the vncuuin JliiKiiltnnyn and Vysokayn. Decleaner, and the servant question, nnd spite Its apparent accessibility. Iron Hut ore in this vicinity Is not mined very nil the other city ndvnntages. It was something to know the neigh- extensively. The Urnl deposits yieldbors, nnd somehow or other "the men ed. In 1013, 1,832,000 tons of Iron ore, that were boys when I wns a boy" out of the totnl 0,092,300 for the whole mean something In n lifetime Hint the of Ilussln. brisk, ambitious, lieshles these, silver, copper, lead, generation does not convey. zinc ores nre extant la various pnrts It would do these of Itussla, and these deposits nre probfellows good to study the large, leis- ably sufficient to supply her needs; urely, trnnqulllzlng ways of their fore- however, the development of the minbears In the days when "civilization" ing Industry Is Insufficient as yet to was not on n tenr from the chenp lunch make the yield "meet the demand. She to the bargain counter, nnd home wns Is compelled to Import large quantities not o way station betwixt the Joy of the ores needed In her metallurgy, ride and the moving pictures. Phila- while her own wealth Is lying dormant. ' delphia Public Ledger. Honoring Bishop Brewer. Get Hid of Your HbenmallMii. A touching incident with reference Now is the time to get rid of your rheumatism. You will find Cham- to the death of the late Bishop Brewer light through on recently berlain's Liniment a great help. The American, came to missionary locnted In n reIt affords is alone worth mote relief which niountnln district of Montnnn. ' many times its cost. m When the belated news of the death of Bishop Brewer came to a certain woman in this isolated settlement, she hoistover a ed an American flag at half-maFLETCHER'S FOR little schoolhotise some distance uwny, In token of his death. The woman did not belong to the church, but she had known and respected the bishop for ninny years, and It had been her custom through nil the years to travel many miles to the nearest mission point to nttertd tho services when the bishop made his visitations ench year. Without rosripqt to custom she kept 'this ling there for over n month, and uot until the visit of the missionary was the significance explained nnd the story related. iT It functions In Value for your Family it brings ISH H iutmi'r n The Youth's Companion' tt I.tc Btil from oil sources. 12 Great Serials or Group Slorics for 1918 then 250 Shorter Storie?, Rare articles by noted authorities. "The best Editorial Page in the country." Current Events, Nature nnd Science. Family Page, Boys' Page, Girls' Page, Children's rage, Doctor's Corner, Things to Slake, Money to faave, Games and Sports to Tlay, Companion. Receipts. 52 Issues, 2.00. v America's Fashion Authority for millions of women. 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It is not necessary to say more. world-shakin- USE LI V-VER-- A i Li Another Use for Cement. Through the MiortiiKe of structural steel, roof trusses of timber Incased In cement hnve been Vised for buildings of u Texas oil refinery. After putting In place, the trusses were wrapped with n layer of light waterproof building paper, and sheets of expanded metal, with half-Inc- h diamond mesh, were fitted around the paper, and held inch from the surface by chairs and nails. A coating of one nnd a hnlf Inches of cement mortar wns then applied with cement guns. Tho roof wns covered with n one nnd n half-Incmonolithic slab, built in place by the use of wire-mesnnd cement mortar applied by cement guns from below against wood panels, which were removed after 21 hours. The cement surface was given a final coating of hot nsplmlt paint. five-eighth h WORLD'S 41 regular subscription prb-- Is only $1.-0- 0 per year, and this pays for 156 papers. 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We Knock the Spots Out of Thinga Hazelwood Sanatorium For the Treatment of Maintained r Ladies' and Men's Garments French Dry Cleaned and Preeitd U SuDerlcr Manner. Send ub your Garment! Them and ft? Why Not Try Mi1" "imimi VEGETABLE COMPOUND w LYDIA E.PINKHAM MEDICINE CO. LYNN. MASS. - TVTITA F- DTWlfHAM'C Hospital Unit Complete. Base hospital unit No. 13, composed of students, alumni and former students of the University of Chicago, as well as doctors and nurses from tho hospital of Chicago, nnd enlisted men from the universities of Michigan, Illinois, Wisconsin, Belolt college and Northwestern unlverolty, Is now in tho South. Of this unit the personnel is complete, and us It now stands It has 152 enllMed men, 100 field nurses, 20 doctors and sis clviliuu secretaries. I're.-hyterl- Tuberculosis by the Louis-illl- e As- sociation for the adeouata treatment of tuberculosis in all its Btagcs ct las than ait board, medical attention, laundry, etc. High ground commanding extenche view. Delightful surroundings. Str.d (or Descriptive Doolch: Ol O. O. MILLF.R ihvlclan in Chart JS Mr CLEANED CLUAIN Packages called tor and uellrer4. THE ELTE PRESSING CLUB A. Iv STATION 'CSCSOC W LOUISVILl E. KY. f1 .raVy iff. Null, Prop. oat BTr.. UAUTFOIU), KEN'XUCKT, aWrHWM, TiTTrr"'' f- t- 'tsawa ' wmhSMvj" nwi r (The H .t.M . r ro '.l :! ,4f fl manner can a really fair and Just KAISER'S .MINI) REELS hnvo profound confldenco thnt wo AND MAI) HOUSE YAWNS shall not bo beaten assessment of property for the purdown; thnt right poses of taxation bo made. and freedom will not bo beaten Weekly by PnbllMicd Washington, May 7. It would down. PULPTFOUD PRINTING COMPAXY Thcro Is nothing really now In tho not surprise our State Department to "In tho present hnttlo tho Germans Incorporated e learn thnt Knlscr Wllhelm Is a raving war sttuntlon. After the most nro attempting to destroy armies W. S. TINSLET, I, . BMITH, onslaughts tho enemy has ever maniac, confined In an asylum. nearly as numerous as their own and s. President mndo on tho Allied nrmlcs, In which It has been known in Insldo circles qtiito ns won armed. Wo nro seek tho Hun loss Is reckoned nt qulto n for some time that tho German ruler lug only to Editor half million of men, only scattered hns been suffering from all Bymptoms them whichmaintain ourselves against 9MK I1KXUY THOMAS is n very different thing. V, B. TINSLEY, Associate Editor artillery fighting In different quar- of incipient Insanity, nnd tho strain I do not believe .tho Gerninn roanrvna I and Business Manager. ters Is In progress. Tho German under which he has been laboring are sufficient for their ambitious pro-! forces nro no doubt organizing for during tho war has aggravated his gram. and any trouble. rtd nccordlnn to Ibw nt th I'ofttolflc another great offensive, "Although tho German commandKy., at mnll matter ol the rrcond hour may witness tho outbreak of n This Insanity Btuff is not brought ers declare their readiness to sacribattlo ns fierce and sanguinary as forward as n Joke. It is n fact that fice n million men, or, if need be, n that of three weeks ago. American alienists nnd other medical men In million and n half, tho French nnd to soldiers In great numbers nro being Addreis nil communication! this country are just beginning to get Hrltish armies will not be overcome. R'Ji Hartford Republican. transported to Franco, and tho Al- authentic wond of. They will maintain n firm front lies nro undoubtedly in better posiReports have been received lately throughout tho summer, using 1YJL sw Tvr their tion to meet tho nest than they wcro thnt the Kaiser has become obi'id deadly weapons upon the Germnn NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS t to a new to meet tho recent offensive of tho with the notion thnt he has a "dhino mnsscs nnd husbanding their own obcrlbT drelrlng the tiiimt moat give the old add roe In making the enemy. It is fruitless to prophesy. mission to savo humanity." strength. fineet. Wo can only report events as they His religious mania has been much "Meanwhile, our kith and kin from Bnstneea LocaI and Notices 10c per line nnd tc occur and wnlt for timo to write the accentuated. the United States are coming to our er line lor each additional Insertion, May lie Hereditary. "bttoarlee, neeolutlone and Card ol Thank;Sc history of the war. nld as fast as ships can stenm; our There has been a great change in the manufactline, none; In ndtnnce. Years ago when the writer was navy Is coping with the submarine, Cnnroh N'otlcee lor eerrlcee tree, bnt other With the rapid incrcnso In the In Herlln the Kaiser's condition was nnd our nlrmen see mastery ure of footwear the last two seasons. Leather has line. drertlMmente. &c of the AnoEjmone communication! will recelre no number of nutomobllcs the question tho subject of common gossip which air in view. been high and scarce, and morp and more shoes are ttentlon of protecting the public against for diplomatic reasons could not be "If we hold, we win. If wo win, wrcckless driving becomes more im- written about In the newspapers. the cruel system which let loose being made with substitutes for leather in the heels, portant. The officials charged with Things happened on tho occasion of these horrors on tho world will per 3.23 the public's protection should see Roosevelt's visit to the Knlser which ish amid the execrations of those who counters and insoles. CO OTeLrcaara' that speed limits arc respected, and could bo explained only ns evidence nro its dupes or slaves. Then, nnd that license to operators are granted of a mind so erratic ns to bo banter- then only, will there be lasting Nowadays, when you buy shoes only from "outonly to capable and responsible per- ing on insanity.. Peace." .. . MAY 10 "FRIDAY sons. The law makes tho operation Those who have Had opportunity to side appearance," you're apt to be disappointed in of an automobile by a driver when in Biuuy me naiser s case can regard It I keeping an intoxicated condition cause for as hereditary. His monomamln for all Host Remedy for Whooping Tough. Caranza and Villa are their wear quite frequently. The right way to buy "Last winter when my little boy forfeiture of license, and this pro things military, touched wlt.li relifil mighty quiet down in Mexico. vision should bo rigidly enforced. ous mania, has made him tremend had the whooping cough I gavo him them is by their REPUTATION. Cough Remedy," The American women arc nobly do- Only a few days ago a young man was ously effective as an instrument of the Chamberlain's writes, Mrs. J. H. Roberts, Enst St. ing their share towards winning the fined fifty dollars hero for wrcckless militarist cult. Louis, 111. "It kept his cough loose That's why we are so enthusiastic about W. L driving a machine, and after the fine The Kalsor all his life has thought was paid went immediately upon the only in terms of war. His great uncle, and relloved him of those dreadful DOUGLAS, STAR BRAND and WALK OVER T The greatest value for the least public highway, while still intoxicat- Frederick The Great, is his idea of coughing spells. It is tho only cough1 ed, to endanger his own life as well what a man and ruler should be. And medicine 1 keep in the house- be-money in road repairing is in the use shoes'. Tliey aTe" nflute HS sh'oes sKould Ue 'ATE who must every activity of his mind which Is cause I have tho confidence In it." 5 1U? JJi'CS 9i those .of the drag, remedy Is also good for colds GOOD LEATHER from heel to toe no paper or Uts-- .. meet him "on th'e" road. V "wr normally a rather good student mind, any experts say has been devoted to the ""Teddy has four sons shooting at otJier substitute for leather In any part of them. They The sobering effect of the mighty purpose- of building up Prusian war- the Germans, and pad Is sticking r:GHAT calamity of war Is being fell In oven making power. them with Til's pn thaxks. r- aTe ma'de for nrerf, women, boys and girls . r -a shoe for .TVl the wicked city of Chicago. A city Kaiser AYntt'licil CoiiiTnnlK'i ITTanT; the sub I want to h'earll!? Science, learning, Industry, the new dog law will soon go in- ordinance, effectlvo there Monday The every member of the family all grades, styles and i to effect, and we will no longer be midnight, put an end to serving arts, the resources of the country, the scribers to tho Centertown telephone prices; dress, medium weight and work shoes. annoyed by old "Ring" prowling liquors In cabarets, dance halls and church, the people's religious beliefs, exchange, and other friends who other places of public amusement. the pleasures and even the bearing Joined them, for the presentation of around the back yard at night. For the benefit of many of our coun- of children and their training in a fifty dollar liberty bond in recog The Austrian emperor is between try readers, who may not know whnt school have been warped to the one nition of my humble service as operator of the exchange. 1 have tried the devil and the iron works. He Is a cabaret Is, It may be well to purpose. Heforo war days it was the daily to perform my duties with promptafraid of his subjects If he talks war explain that it is commonly a baseand afraid of Kaiser Bill If he talks ment room of a hotel, and the wicked and hourly task of the German for- ness nnd courtesy, and this very pret est, because of the apparent respec eign oilice to keep a check on the ty evidence that my effors have been ' peace. tability of the holsterles, are those of .Kaiser and see that his little Insnni- - appreciated fills my heart with gener-- . The American people, and In fact the most popular hotels. The cab- ties did not lead to diplomatic conse- ous gratitude and hearty apprecla-- 1 the people of the world, are learning aret Is a dining room where the ser- quences. He was constantly under tion, and I shall recognize this Liberty Bond as my bond for faithful lessons in the practices of economy vice begins late in the evening and espionage and in tutelage. continued service. will last far beyond the end of ends well toward the dawn. Meals When he talked too much and too that Gratefully yours, and lunches are served along with indiscreetly he was reminded to dethe war. MISS PEARL TICHENOR. drinks. Good people, as the world sist. e When he did or said foolish things A Louisville newspaper very gen- reckons goodness, patronize them. RUMANIA SIGNS gas. This was followed by an FISHERMEN BEWARE. Intcnso erously warns Billy Sunday that it Some men take their wives to the to foreign diplomats apoligies and ex HUN .MADE TREATY nrtlllery flro. is not a propitious time for the Evan- cabaret and other men take the other planations followed from the foreign Tho enemy aircraft appeared over Under the Kentucky Fish nnd Game gelist to strike Louisville; as about fellow's wife. The company may sit minister. Amsterdam, Mny 7. The peace tho American lines about tho same may be taken in any law no fish all the give away money there has for as many hours at it is able to gunn brought manner from the streams of the state treaty between Rumania and tho time. cat and drink. Music Is a feature of been given away. FOR SALE SKEI) CORN. May Is the Central powers was signed yesterday down one plane and damaged anIn the month of May. the cabaret. Mere man sometimes Mention is due the good women of dispenses the music, but It is usually Plant corn that will grew and get spawning benson for fish, and the morning, says sin official dispatch other. Tho extreme activity of tho enemy Ohio county who have so generously a woman whom nature has blessed sure results. O. E. Scott has the prohibition is for the purpose of pro- from Bucharest today. The plenipotentiaries of the four artillery nnd airplanes, rltlo fire, nnd given the Sunday laid eggs to the with a voice, and a boldness to appear corn you need. "White King,'5 test tecting the breeding season. Fishing Red Cross fund. More than $200 scantily clad for the entertainment ed by county Agent, W. W. Hrowder, with a hook nnd line, ns well as all Teutonic allied powers and Rumania, night flnres and reported movements was contributed in this way during of a liberal minded other means of taking fish Is prohibit- under the chnlrmanshlp of Dr. von behind tho lines in tho sector may public. The and shows 97 per cent germination. Ihe month of April. music Is for the entertainment of the This corn can be had at Frank ed by this law. Owing to the fact Kuehlmann, tho German foreign sec- forecast a now nftnek, but General diners, and also serves sometimes Casebier's store Beaver Dam. Ky., or that the law was not generally known retary, signed tho trcnty In tho same Pershing's men nre ready for any emergency. Thoy nro countering The gravity of the war situation Is the useful office of preventing .the the at my barn, Beaver Dam, Route 1. at the officials will probably make no room of the castle where tho entry reflected In the findings of our crimi couple or quartet at the next per bushel. Corn shelled and serious effort to prosecute for of of Rumania Into the war was decided enemy's preparations, giving blow for table $4.00 blow and keep up a harrasslng nrnal courts, and we have seen nobody from hearing what is said. Many fenses already committed, but after upon. acquitted of a criminal charge in our good people go to cabarets, but for racked and ready for shipment now, tho appearance of this notice fishTho treaty will b called "tho tlllery, rlllo nnd machine gun fire nnd O. E. Scott. county or police courts recently. It all that cabarets are no less way ing in any manner for the rest of the peace of Bucharest," and tho text nro actively patrolling tho sector. . Is not a good time to violate the law Tho spirit of tho Americans Is exmonth of May will be a perilous sport. will be published at an early dato. stations on the Joy road to hell. Bully THE LARDER LOW just now. While negotiations over tho perma- cellent. Thoy are eager to light nnd for the wicked city of Chicago. AND PEOPLE HUNGRY nent treaty were pending, Germany a typical expression is: mm BOILED DOWN. After the war ends, as it must end, advanced new demands, which cov"Let Fritz start something. He'll Washington, May 7. Further InIn the defeat of Germany that country A BILLION DOLLARS ered the control of the Rumnnlan oil get all that's coming to him. FOR SKY FIGHTERS formation revealing how critical the 17,000,000 people subscribed to .lei ds, will occupy a pitable condition among A young French captain who trainand Berlin newspapers have refood situation in Germany has become the Thrd Lberty Loan. the family of nations. Friendless ported that this control had been pro- ed tho men now in the Plcardy lines Washington, May 6. A billion y reached the State Department and hated, the German nation can not, vided for a period of ninety-nin- e told tho Associated Press correspond-o- ut In appropriation for aircraft dispatches. An army of 3,000,000 men and an thort of a century of good conduct, y years,- - with military occupation by ho never nnd seen finer y was asked of congress by The nutritions committees of the appropratlon of $15,000,000 is the win back the respect of the world, it Germany of the regions material. "AH nro of ono mind." ho tho war department. This would add Reichstag and Langtag have been latest program of Secretary of War lias lost in four short years. for several years. said "to fight fast and hard and to to tho $640,000,000 appropriated al- holding daily sittings onhe situation. Baker. finish tho war quickly." The question of reducing the present The Ohio county officials are in ready made and expended. With American Army in Franco, NOTICE TO FARMERS. The estimate was presented to the rations has not been decided. It Is A high German official, speaking dead earnest about arresting on vaMay 6. Low visibility prevailed over grancy charges every man between house military committee by Major indicated there is small hope of relief in the Reichstag, admitted that GerNo more tobacco will oo received Lunevillo and Toul sectors and south elxteen and fifty years of ago who General March, acting chief of staff, from the Ukraine, where the large many had lost 2,000,000 men since restricting opera-Io- ns at the A. C. A. warehouse until of Ycrdum Other appropria- cities are suffering from Insufficient the war began. does not get to work. Honey is get- and other officers. on both sides. There was virtutions asked needed in tho $15,000-000,00- 0 food. Even if Ukrainian supplies are there comes a general season. The ally ting too scarce to feed idle drones. A no activity during tho day, Uit army budget including The American Library Association receiver and grader havo gone to general round up of vagrants will bo obtained it will not give an increase during tho night tho enemy heavily has collected and distributed three their homes and will not return until for the quartermaster's in the food ration. made soon. Better take fair warn-ninbombarded tho region of Seicheprey department and $2,378,302,801 for An official report made public In million books, among the soldiers n general season, when all tho toand go to work. and northwest of Toul. tho ordnance department for heavy Germany on May 2 said there was of our National Army. bacco can be brought In and tho Near Lunevillo American patrols Apologies are rarely useful, and guns and fortifications. 12,000 carloads of grain ready In Ruseason's business closed up. again penetrated enemy lines nnd are generally a waste of time, but Brig. Gen. Tracy mania for shipment to Germany, but Gen. March and The General Conference S. L. KING, Manager, of the found tho Germans had not reoccupl- we want to say that if The Repub- Dixon, of the ordnance bureau, told even if it Is transported it will do no Methodist Church South is In ses od portions of their positions recently lican a not up to its usual news tho committee that the war depart- - more than prevent a reduction in sion at Atlanta, Georgia. NICARAGUA JOINS shelled. Prisoners enptured from an btandard this week it is because wo supply of 220,000 machine guns to food allotments. THE ALLIES IN ARMS outpost divulged much useful inforhad a serious breakdown of our en- equip army airplalns. Tho Colt com . The bells of Christ Church Cathemation. Thoy said thoy hud Just gine that delayed us several days, pany, they said, is far behind in its AMERICAN SOLDIERS dral at Lexington are being rung San Juan Del Sur, Nicaragua, May como from tho Russian front. Tinsley is spending tho week fishing, machine gun deliveries. dally as a warning to the members 7. The Nlcaraguan congress Other con TO TURN THE TIDE or '.znethlng, on tho lower waters of cerns, they said, were doing well. of the congregation to offer a silent declared war on Germany and her ESTRAY NOTICE. prayer for the success of the Allies allies. Tho declaration of the war Jicuza river and wo have on hand Members of tho committee suggested London.May 8. Tho Anglo-FreAc- h 11 'i always dreaded Job of moving. a congressional investigation of the front In Franco will stand firm in the war. was adopted by Congress at tho sugand y.'.l try to do better next week. Colt company, but Gen. March said husband its strength throughout the gestion of President Chamorro with Taken up as an ostray by S. A. the concern should bo allowed more summer while waiting for aid to only four dissenting votes. Ashby, on April 12, 1918, ono Jersey Don't cuss tho board of supervisors. time. come from tho United States, says Congress also adopted 9 declaration steer, with crop and split In right TThey have done tho best they could. FOR FLETCHER'S The supply of small arms also Is Winston Spencer Churchill, Minister of solidarity with tho United States ear, about two years old. Will weUh The State Tax Commission ordered running behind in deliveries, but con- of Munitions, In reply to a and the other republics at war with COO pounds. the board to ralbo the assessment of tractors are making progress, the of tho executive committee resolution Germany and Austria, and authorized of the NaI havo not changed or county $1,000,000. Tho board committee was told. Ohio altered tho I have been summoned to appear the President to tako steps for utllha-a- t marks on same. Said tional Brass Workers and Metal Mesteer was tak-e- ii had to put tho raise somewhere and In addition to tho $3,378,302,801 chanics' Union. The resolution on army camp for service, within! tion to a full measure of the nation's up on my promises. did It perhaps as fairly as any other tho war department asks for ordall workers at home to help fifteen days. Will have but a limit- -' forces In the war. S. A. ASHBY. eight men could havo dono it. Tho nance. Gen. Murch explained that tho the soldiers in the trenches, only ed time in my busl- m Subscribed and sworn to beforo trouble is with the systom. Tho law bill also should carry authorization by sympathy, but by doing not ut- ness before which to adjust leaving. Those N their SOLDIERS mo by S. A. Ashby, this April 15th, should provide for three tax supervis- for $500,000,000 moro if emergency most to Increase tho supply of war cd to me will please call on me at O. W. ROWE, J. p. o. C. IN GAS ATTACK 1018. ors for each magisterial district, and requires. Tho committeewill take munitions and to swell the fighting once and adjust a settlement of their Tho said steor appraised nnd valued let that board go on tho land, into tho up the uir craft situation. forces. Col. Churchill, in his reply accounts. You can, perhaps, settlo With American Forces on French by K. C. Royal nt $3C. More or mine or factory, examine tho after expressing appreciation of the with mo on better terms than with Front. Germans launched a heavy Subscribed and sworn to by E. C. property, talk with the owner or manFOR SALE. worthy part played by tho metal the agent with whom I shall bo com- gas attack against the Americans ager, and then adjust tho assessment on Royal, this April 15, 1D18. One bedstead, springs, mattress vorkers, says: pelled to leave my accounts. tho Plcardy front last night. Early 4214 G. W. ROWE, J. p. o. C. value, and let that assessment fatand and dresser. MRS. OLLIE DARN- "Although the crisis is grave and WILLARD LAKE, in the evening thoy sent over 15,000 or five years. Only In such ; ETT, Hartford Ky. for tiiree 38tf will continue so for many weeks, I Simmons, Ky., shells composed chiefly of mustard Tho Hartford Republican $1.00 year Hartford Republican a tor-rid- Sec.-Trcn- SOME FACTS YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT SHOES wr Scai, rr Jer ;&ag r - ifsa-i--?t- "i.. J - t iji :iul I v Carson (& Co. HARTFORD. KY. Anti-aircra- ft 2. to-da- semi-ofilci- al to-da- to-da- to-da- g, y .Children Cry CASTOR A ludobt-'AMERICA- - "- - ,. U5U. W- - HjHaB"3"SI SflHP . Miss Nella Alford, of Beaver Dam, Mr. Marvin Dean has resigned his AMERICAN PRISONER?- country nnd loynl to tho Government who hns been attending school at position with tho Ohio county Drug UNDER HEEL OK HUN Aid by every Howling Grdon hns returned lionu. means nt your command Company. tho suppression of disloyalty by cither With Tho American Army In GO TO ACTON BROS, for your Miss Itula King, of Morehouse, Mo., Franco, May C. Amorican prison- speech or nctlnn. Tho Kuklux Klan V Is pledged to tho enforcement of tho you can get host vnl- - is vlsItJn hor parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. ers of war nro being groceries, whero shamefully treat- nboyo tenets." ucs for your produco nnd money. 1 lt2 Jim King ed In German prison camps if all havo m had tho cxperlenco of an Amerlcnn 1IIK BOM) CAMPAIGN. Dr. A. B. Hlley has moved Into tho Mr. nnd Mrs. Claudo Blankenshlp Interview by n French soldier, also houso, on Union street, recently va- spent Bovoral days In Louisville tho a prisoner in Germany, Just bctoro ho Tho calo of near a quarter of mil cated by his brother, Mr. Roll Itlley. first of tho week. escaped. The Frenchman's story, as lion dollars of Third Liberty Loan told to American officers, follows: bonds In the recent campaign in Ohio George M. Maddox, n former Rock-po- rt "A short tlmo beforo I left Ham- - county, is a lasting monument Cnpt. A. H. Hlley, with the Army to tho boy, now n soldier at Camp Pike, Medical Corps nt Cnmp Tnylor, is cln, Hnnovcr, I wns ablo to havo a patriotism of our citizens. Tho TreasArk., is at homo on a two weeks fur-lo- spending tho week with his family few minutes interview with an Ameri ury asked Ohio county for only $85,-000 can soldier, who wns taken prisoner here. and tho totnl subscription is several months ago on tho French about $240,000. No other county Mr. F. L. Felix received a cableJudge .Slack is keeping well up with front. Being unwounded, ho was as- In Kentucky of our per capta wealth gram announcing tho arrival in tho docket in tho circuit court and wo signed directly to a prison camp. has approached our purchase of Franco of his son Capt. Douglas D. do not have tho long court terms to Weakened by excessive work, ho was bonds. It is a proud thing to say Felix. burden tho peoplo with expense and forced to do in tho salt mines, nnd that Oho county leads all tho 120 waste of time like thoso long gone out being unable to stay longer, ho was counties of tho stnto in bond pur sent to Hameln. chases. Itcv. Russell Walker will Icavo terms wo had a few years ago. "I do not rcmembor tho name of Monday to attend tho Southern Bap-tltho man or tho number of his regi CIRCUIT COURT NOTES. convention nt Little Hock, ArMrs. I S. Mason closed a very suc ment, but he had been among tho first kansas. cessful school at Taylor Mines yes Circuit court opened Monday mornterday. After completing the regular Americans in tho trenches, nnd his homo was In New York. He told mo ing, with a fairly largo docket, but Dr. nnd Mrs. Sam llenvrln, of term the patrons of district employed that during the three months ho was on account of tho busy timo of the Owensboro ran over In their car and Mrs. Mason nt the same salary to in tho mines he had lost thirty-thre- e season it is expected that only a fow Hars spent a few hours in Hartford Wed teach two months and a half addipounds. Ho was a man who trials will bo had. The Jury . .will tional. nesday. was solidly built, and it could be probably bo discharged for tho that he had been vigorous and You, who are going to bo in tho healthy, but when I saw him he was term Saturday. Only two cases of Some snle! For tho rest of tho importance havo been heard. One season I will sell my E. B. Thomp- market for an OIL STOVE in early incredibly thin nnd bo weak that ho was a suit of Lorctta Brown against son Eggs for half prlco $1.00 for spring or summer, don't forget that could hardly cross a room without Delmer Evans to recover for money wo can furnish you the Now Process stopping repeatedly, leaning' 15. C. ILER. J. on pieces alleged to have been loaned and for a nnd New Perfection Stoves In the lat- of furniture or supporting himself on bill for board. Mrs. Evans was the Whippoorwill Peas-BES- T QUALI- est models. boxes piled there. mother-in-laof Evans, and after -" ACTON BROS. jcf"TY, Tennessee stock, $3.60 per bush- 44t2. Many Prisoners Die. tho death of Evans wlfo, Evans ARE receiving now almost every day the el, Tho men are struck with rifle butts lived for sometime .with Mrs. Brown. i mi TOMATO PLANTS Earllana, and tho flat side of bayonets and aro Tho Jury decided that Evans owed 44U .W. E. Ellis & Bro. newest creations in MWinery,. Also, porno Zi'-Ponderosa, etc., 10c per doz., 25c per placed in dark cells on bread and Mrs. Brown --.Brc , $100 borrowed money, 3 doz. and COc per 100. By mall, 5c water. 'advance summed "styles'. Never a Better time to These cells are known to the but nothing for board. Tho other Mrs. J. A. Bennett has returned per package extra. mine prisoners as "hot chambers," as case wns that of Wesley Chapel Methfrom a visit with her daughter, Mrs. make your selections. If it's a new one, we can fix E. M. MORTON, they aro heted by steam to a high odist church against Floyd Keown L. F. Ward, of tho Nocreek neigh40tf Centertown, Ky. tsmperature. After the men are held over tho possession of a trifling plot borhood. you, or if it's an old one we can touch it up. In theso cells they are turned out In of land. After hearing tho cvidenco Mr. J. H. Thomas' wife and son, the snow where they aro required the Jury was unable to agree upon a Panama hats and at a Mrs. Hernlcc Frost returned Wed- Linden, will arrive here from Louis- to stand at "attention" for a certain verdict and was discharged. nesday to her home in Owensboro, ville this afternoon. Mr. Thomas' length of time. nominal price. Needless to say, A number of Jurors summoned for after a few days visit with her fath- daughter. Miss Arlie, will remain in deaths aer freguent. service wero released on a plea of er, Dr. E. B. Pendleton. When in need see us, and remember that it pays, Lousville with her sister, Mrs. James "This American had been punished being busy with their crops. Only-teL. Brashear, until tho school closes several times in this way, and told names aro on the regular panel. to trade with a house that saves you money. Any ono wanting Ico call W. E. In June. me all that I am relating to you. I They are: Leo Hicks, S.. W. Leach, Ellis residence, either phone, or tho am able to confirm his story because Warren Shields, T. F. Farmer, A. B. Ice plant over Homo phone. Mr. James Cecil, a farmer living other Englishmen and Frenchmen I Grant, Vlrge Hocker, John Bell, Estil 42t4 ELLIS ICE CO. near the almshouse, camo very near saw at Hameln did not have the Taylor, Floyd Keown and S. T. Leach. losing his residence by fire a few strength even to hold a cigarette." As an inducement to sell ice books mornings ago. The roof caught from THIRD LIBERTY LOAN will sell books at 5 per cent discount; the kitchen flue, and only POULTRY-POULTRtho timely a $2.00 book for $1.90. IS A BIG SUCCESS discovery by some farm hands, saved ELIS ICE COMPANY. Tho embargo on hens has been the building from going up In flames. Hartford, Ky. Washington, May G. The Treaslifted and we are paying 16 cents The damage was small. per pound for hens and 10 cents per ury abandoned all efforts to The best place to buy your rubber pound for roosters any time you deroofing is whero quantity, quality and Mrs. James Davis, of Sunnydale, liver at our house, still we advise you tabulate the nation's total Liberty Loan subscriptions because local comright prices prevail. and her sister, Mrs. John W. Ford, to keep all laying hens for the eggs, ACTON BROS. 44t2. of Centertown, wero with their broth- and BETTER PRICES which are al- mittees reported they were too busy er, Mr. Alfred Elmore, at Browder, most certain to prevail later on, yet counting the great number of pledges Wo have lots of Roofing, Nails, Ky., from Saturday until Monday. it is perhaps advisable for you to turned in Saturday to give current g dispose of your roosters and accounts of the totals. hens at present, prices. Tho quarterly the Staples, Light Hardware and Screen Mr. Elmore's ten years Some reports y The Hartford Republican Methodist Church conferencewasof held Wire. Just received, Corn Flour.too. recently operated on for old son was indicated that DAVIDSON-SEA-ADAM- S CO. appendicitis South the total number of subscribers might W. E. Ellis & Bro., Mgrs., ILER'S GROCERY. but is now on tho way to recovery. here Monday. Hartford, Ky. run above 17,000,000, the Treasusy's MAY 10 FRIDAY previous estimate. It is now calcu Tho Ico wagon will be in front of Something new under the sun. Mr. Walter Creep, local editor of your COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES. lated that 22,060,000 people own Lib door every morning. You will There will bo held a one day fair at the Hartford Herald, was in Hopkins- - savo our time HL, H. ft E. H. R. TIME TABLE. erty bonds of the first, second or and bo sure of getting the Ohio county fair grounds, July 4. vlllo Saturday. The graduating exercises of the thrd Issues. A few scattered reports outh Bound, No. 115 ice by meeting tho wagon promptly. This fair will be under the manage y High School, will begin -- .8:05 a, m. raised the money total to the Due at Hartford 45t4. Ellis Ice Co. ment of Dr. L. B. Bean, who has had Hartford Mr. Ernest Woodward, of LouisSunday morning, May 12th, when loan to nearly $3,500,000,000. Korth Bound, No. 114 a largo experience in this class of "This is the soundest form of Gov6.46 p, m. ville, was here a few days this week Due at Hartford WANTED: Middle aged woman to entertainments, and should be a day Rev. Frank L. Hardy, pastor of the attending court. o, (Both "Mixed" Tralni.) superintend small hotel. Must work of real pleasure for everybody who First Baptist Church of Russellvllle, ernment finance," said Secretary will deliver the baccalaureate sermon "the distribution of the loan for part of profit. attends. among the people themselves." at the Methodist church. Mrs. Codelin Petty and son, Alva, He Address Dr. L. B. Bean, Mrs. Elgin will give a recital in urged subscribers to retain their of Narrows, wero pleasant callers at Hartford, Ky. regisMr. William G. Pfleiderer, a High School bonds unless there is a pressing nethis office Monday. tered pharmacist, of Louisville, has the auditorium of the Personal News This is Commencement week with accepted a position with the Ohio Monday night. Tuesday night will cessity for parting with them. Every night. Hon. Ben D. bond held aids the Government that Papering, painting and other in- the Fordsville High School. The County Drug Company here. In be patriotic and Social Euents, terior repairs are being made at the opening exercises were well attended spite of his name Mr. Pfleiderer Is a Ringo will deliver the address, after much more. ' and an interesting program was ren- pleasing and agreeable gentleman to which a service flag will be presentAlmshouso this week. by the mothers of dered. TKUSTEE'S MEETING. meet, and has already made many ed to the school Association. the Parent-TeacheMr. George Johnson went to Owensfriends in Hartford. Hay for Sale. U. S. Carson. "The Heiress Hunters" will be giv Mr. Owen Hunter, County Chair The trustees of tho different School boro Monday to serve on the petit en by the Junior class Wednesday Districts of Ohio county will meet on man of the War Saving Fund, is in Jury in federal court. exercises of the Commencement Lexington attending a state meeting Beaver Dam High School will begin night. Mr. O. H. Tinslcy was in Owensboro Saturday, the first day of June, 1918, "Claim Allowed" will be given by for the purpose of employing teachers Tuesday. Ico ticket books are worthless un of the county chairmen of that or- Monday. Tho graduates are: John for tho coming school year. less endorsed on back by W. E. Ellis. ganization. Park, Edward Taylor.Oscar Mulhall, the Senior class Thursday night. Friday night will be commence Each teacher should be present ELLIS ICE CO. Mrs. Sarah Scbroeter is on tho sick 42t4 Guild Rogers, Ceat Taylor, andMisses Important business will bo trans- Lockye Austin, Ruby Dunn, Norma ment night. Winnie Dean Moseley, and sign bis contract. list this week. an meet- Ross, Mary Jane Maddox, Norine the valedictorian, will deliver Div. N. 1 will meet at Barnett's Buy some of thoso good cakes in acted at tho Parent-Teache- rs bulk from ACTON BROS, and see if ing at college hall at 3 o'clock this Coleman, Pearl Paris and Fannie oration on "Tho Blessings of War." Creek; Div. No. 2 ,at Fordsville; Dir. You can gel horse and mule feed Oscar Bennett, the president will de No. 3, at Dundee; Div. No. 4, at ML afternoon, and the public is earnest- Paris. they don't taste like more. nt Acton Bros'. liver an oration on "Vocational Train- Pleasant; Div. No. 5, at Green Brier; ly urged to attend. Capt. A. B. Riley, of the army medand Div. No. 6, at Centertown. There is on exhibition at the Bank ing in the Hgh School." Sheriff S. A. Bratcher has bought Supt. J. H. Rlsley, of Owonsboro, Teachers who have not received of Hartford a very pretty Afghan, ical corps at Camp Talyor, is at home E. S. Howard, S. S. O. .C. Overland car. a new checks for the sixth month's pay the work of the Junior Red Cross will deliver the commencement adwith his family this week. should notify the Superintendent. boys and girls of tho Fifth and Sixth dress and present tho diplomas to the Road to Happiness. Buy your staples, poultry and barbBo amiable, cheerful and good Mrs. Harriet Miller, of tho Goshen Some of the teachers have moved and grades at the city school. It was graduates. 44t2. neighborhood, is visiting ed wire from Acton Bros. Tickets will be on sale at the an you are much more likely to hor daugh- ho does not know their present post-offi- knit from scraps of yarn that would Ohio County Drug Store for the Jun-o- r be happy. You will find this diffiaddresses. ter, Mrs. Worth Tichenor. otherwise have gono to waste, and and Senior plays. General admis- cult, if not impossible, howevor, when Mrs. Bev. Boyd died at her home will both please and comfort somo sion for each play will be 25 cents. you are constantly troubled with conMr. W. H. Austin, of Pima, Ari American soldier boy in tho damp s. Wo aro now sellink in Horse Branch last week. paper zona, is hero to spend several weeks cold bags for sacking country hams. stipation. Tnke Chamberlain's Tab The Reserved seats will be 35 cents. trenches in Franco. among old friends in Ohio county. Afghan is a pretty evidence of tho Bean, Sulphur Mr. nnd Mrs. Caleb W. E. ELLIS & BRO. lets and get rid of that and it will bo Springs, spent tho day in Hartford. Mr. Austin is a brother of Mrs. Ella dovotion of tho school children to easy. These tablets not only move WAILNS THE WORKLESS the bowels, but improve the appetite Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Crowder and son Morton, widow of the late Judge the American soldier in Franco. Miss Lettlo Marks is visiting Mrs. of Morton, have returned from a visit John P. Morton. m and strengthen tho digestion. Birmingham, Ala., May 7. Ono Ben Head, in Owensboro, this weok. with relatives in Louisiana. Have plenty of Ice at plant. Will men, B. A. THOMAS Stock and poultry not deliver until weather gets warm hundred and fifty white-robe- d WE ENVY THEM. Dr. H. II. Pendleton and wlfo, of Rev. A. D. Litchfield is at the bed remedies is mighty good stuff nearly enough to justify running wagon. in Kuklux Klan uniform, carrying an Horrin, 111., are visiting rolatlvos side of his father who is very ill nt every farmer knows it and wo want Price tho season, 80c per cwt. Less Amerlcnn flag and a fiery cross at Whilo we sweat and swear as beyou to know it will than 25 lbs. will bo "a cent a, pound. the head of the pocesslon, rode tween the first pinch of spring heat hero. his homo In Christian county. need it By the block, 50c por cwt. Will sell through the streets of Birmingham and a balky gasoline engine, we envy W. E. Ellis & Bro. Agents. Mrs. E. A. White, of Horso, Branch, Misses Lizzie Burton and Dollie strictly for cash, so please keep ticket last night warning idlers to find work that bunch of fishermen who aro in is visiting relatives in Owensboro this Ford aro tho guests of Mrs. W. A. three feet of clover at the mouth of books or cash on hand if you expect to do. It you want ice buy ice books or to take Ice. May purchase ice books Tho riders distributed cards saying Grassy this week. week. King in Owensboro this week. pay cash. This applies to all regard- at plant, from delivery boy or from the United States is at war, that ev Unmindful of embarrassed finanthose whoso ciers John Moore, indifferent to drills Mrs. C. T. Miller, of Owensboro, Mrs. Ramey Duke and sister, Mrs. less of rating. Will Instruct driver W. E. Ellis & Bros.' place of business. ery man is needed-exceattitude is hostile to tho Government nnd decayed teeth Doc Prtlo, foris visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. O'Bannon, of Owenton, Ky., are to get tickets or cash or not leave ELLIS ICE CO., and that tho klun intends to see getful of delinquent water and light ice. Dan King. visiting relatives in Central City. 42t4 Hartford, Ky. ELLIS ICE CO., that there is no idleness. Tho cards patrons, oblivious to duns from above say in part: Judge W. II. Sparks, of Greenville, MILLINERY. Hartford, Ky. and delinquent' subscribers bolour Judge and Mrs. D. B. Rhoades, of 42t4 "If you would be Justly entitled to Wilburn Tlnsley, each loll and rest was in town Wednesday, attending Boaver Dam, aro tho parents of a "Save your money to buy tho bonds the toleration and protection you are and fish and sleep, and make morry There is ono visitor that calls on circuit court. baby boy, born one day last weok. all of us in early summer and no one to lick the Kaiser" by having your enjoying, find work to do and do it. and perhaps forget to say their man rich or poor, has prayers, at Fords Camp, at the mouth Do not say to delivery boy "let mo Eyes tested, glasses and frames fit wants him in their home, I speak of last season's hat reblocked and trim- No style. Also, a right to consume without produc- of Grassy. Somo men aro born havo Ice and I will pay you in tho ted the best wuy, and guaranteed at Mr. Fly. Tho best way to keop this med in new, prices. 'Why pay unwelcome pest from yous home is now shapes received every week. ing. Take heed and go to work. Tho lucky, some men achieve luck and morning." Pay him now nnd ho before-- t more? No chnrgo for testing. eyo of scrutiny is upon you. to uso screen wire cloth, which can bo other men Just novor havo any nohow. will lcavo you ice. MRS. S. C. SMITH, , J. B. TAPPAN, "Bo respectful to the flag of our That's us. ELLIS ICE CO. t. had of ACTON BROS. With Hug Clothing Co., Hartford. 44t2. 42t4 Jeweler & Optician. NEW MILLINERY st easi-lyse- en w WE " ed d, J$kxZ2l&GC to-d- non-layin- to-da- to-da- rs na-tur- ed ce 48-lb- it-G- ot pt able-bodi- he-w- ar 43-4- auiaaaii gfLfBnriiimff TrtrnTiittwiiin ifrwaTirarmr rmMVwTTriMttatammmtaiBmtrm''mrjm. IBUflP' IMIiWhl hi ii ZiiZii r flraaurr X3nsuiam: r. . aagaflbL SLAVS ARE NOT "MYSTERIOUS" GIVES "SAFETY FIRST" IDEA The Housewife and the War i Their Civilization Is Simply Four Cen turies Behind Ours, Says Writer In Magazine. Latest Effort of Government to Protect Country's Homes From Possible Accident. Helping the Meat and Milk Supply (Spccl.il Information Service, U. 8. Department of Agriculture.) J-- i! r i M f of standards, Department of FOR SMALL DAIRIES A STEAM GERM-KILLE- R entitled "Safety for the HouseBUSHELS-E- AT THEM. POTATOES, 42,536,000 hold, Bureau of Standards, Circular long-hancroscopic (or n Stockholm so No. 75." clnllst newspaper, Arthur Itulil writes household An Interesting account of hazards Is given. The top-le- s In Collier's Weekly. A social demo-cm- t are himself, In the bewildering shift- which discussed clearly In n manner would afford n basis for popular ing of political vnlttos, lio had become education In "safety first." The dannliuost conservative. Heallsm was his gers from electricity, pas, fire, light-nlnstrong point, nml he never tired of mullhousehold chemicals and the oth ing satirically tit western attempts to er common causes of accident are rej explain the mysterious Russian esp,-- I chilly nttenipts after the niniuier of cited mid many actual cases are deStephen Graham, iilwnys so much more scribed. The purpose Is to nld In re- '"" Russian than the Russians themselves, . mysticism, n separate "?rT cannot ntentirely avoided lh '"'''"'f TV"11 W ',or? VWIIMJiifclTOSliWKitafiiiKlSS' " he woulil nn.it, . v. destlnv for tho Slavs.' Tho hazards of the home linve Inj satirically. "All foolishness I There's creased In modern times, from the servnothing mysterious about Russhi it's ice of gns and electricity and the use merely four centuries difference In civof such dangerous articles as matches, ilization that's all." volatile oils, There was something, at least, Iu use of energypoisons ami the like. Tim v 14 v r . -t5? ,yTJ!aPfe what he said. Tolstoy's nonreslstanie Involves some in the home necessarily risk which Intelligent Html renunciation of everything and his planning nnd care will reduce to n minto go out Into the winter night to meet imum. his God; there was something of rate Caution nlone Is pit r!io'!"'i, slrn In this and not mere per.vinnl ljUo.n-era-many n . . something more in the air of pected.of the dangc The nature of sucli unknown this land than It is In liazards must be in- ' ''"'m. T'n clr- ours. Yet westerners often do forget. ranr eiupmisizes i:ie v. i :o :. s ol when considering i:usla, that Its some of the risks not generally known, uneducated majority are closer perhap gives simple cautions and alms to guide to the material life, the superstitions tho formation of habits of carefulness. and prejudices of the sixteenth cen- The circular also suggests effective tury, than to oiir own. When Shakes, homo equipment to minimize the risks peare, borrowing for Ids Roman nubs Involved and alms to encourage pubPlacing a Milk Can Over the Home Made Sterilizer It Can De Used on the the crowds he saw about him iu Eliza- lic measures to provide safety for the Kitchen Stove. bethan Loudon, their lice household and community. and loutlshni-ssanil how they threw It Is intended, not to Increase fear their "greasy in air," was he not of nccldent. but Tiie nwuing pan is or standard size, rather to remove the per-o- n looking at a in very much the causes and the 20 Inches long. 1 Inches wide top EVICE R need for alarm. The same stage of historical development sense of safety to be gained by measurement and II Inches dii-pThe observNew Ways May Help You Consume Your Share of This Plentiful Food Try as the Russian peasant of 1017? cover to (Ids Is close fitting and Ining these cautions would alone Justify a Potato Pie (Left) or Potato Puffs (Right) as Described Below. All these tilings must be remembersulated. Upon this is placed the the careful study of this new clrculur. ed in picturing conditions In This circular completes the series of box with Its removable Moscow or Petrosrr.ul. An oillcer at throe popular household top. The insulated cover is made as circulars the front or an unpopular land owner which deal with measurements, matefollows: POTATOES 28 WAYS AT In some remote country bouse literally Take a sheet of heavy galvanized Steam Destroys Disease Germs rials and safety. These form n valuDO YOU KNOW OTHERS7 J. doesn't know what may happen to him able addition by the bureau of standiron and cut it large enough to allow Injurious Bacteria. and before morning. But for most people ards to the s It to project Inch over It OF the edge of the pan. Bend the edges CROP .'. than Is said thatto there nre more life goes on amazingly the same. Chil- management. literature on household 100 ways Y cook potatoes, dren go to school, postmen deliver letof the sheet so ns to form u shallow X from the primitive (and still The appalling loss of life from avoidters, the theater and opera rati on as able causes and Injury to person s inch high. and SMALL OUTFIT EASILY MADE box with sides X probably the best) methods of usual and people sit about their samoThen cut out a cover for the shallow property make the pamphlet especially boiling or baking with the skins War Duty to Save Large Yield ol vars talking until all hours In the ge- timely. It is believed that thousands box. Cut a bole one nnd f Inch on, to the most complex and nial Russian fashion. ! Tests Show Treatment of In diameter iu the center, through the of human lives could be saved and acciTubers by Eating Them. 4 seasoned dishes. Here are some You must not imaclne Petrograd In dents reduced to the top and bottom, of the small box. Iron Dairy Utensils Is Sufficient Two- minimum If tho 2. of tho ways known to the of stage braces should be placed crosswise of Burner Wlckless Kerosene 4 United Stntes department of ag- - ,j termsterror or pictures of Pans duringI precautions suggested are followed. Imagine that the tova-- Copies of this circular can be purchasthe the box to strengthen It. Then fill rlculture. Have you tried them Stove Is Useful. HOW ALL PEOPLE CAN HELP rlshl carry on a revolution as it might ed at a nominal cost of in cents per the shallow box completely with pa' nil, or do you know about as j be carried on in Liverpool or Manches-- I copy from the superintendent of docSteam Is the nrch enemy of harmful per or nsbestos sheets, after which thu many more? ter or Pittsburgh or Chicago. uments, government printing olllce, bacteria that lurks In milk utensils. top Is carefully soldered on, care beHeavy Loss of This Perishable Food Rolled Plain fried Washington, D. But steam Isn't the common method ing taken to make the beams absoWay Result If Americans Do Not French fried 4 Chips lutely tight. Solder n round, galvanThe Latest Kiss. of sterilizing used in small dairies, Lyonnalso Gauffre Use It More Liberally Less f Inches There's a new kls In town. We've it Is not always available. In ized Iron pipe, four and Classical Advertising Souffle Mashed f Bread Is Needed. Inch In dihad tho tango, the "Merry Widow" and "Dad." said young Archie, as he fact, lacking It, dairy utensils on smalt long and one and 5 Pan browned RIced the "Waltz Kiss," every one of them came home from school one afternoon, farms are not often sterilized satis- ameter In the hole In the center of tlm In hash You may know It already, but It will 4 Salad a marathon of the osculation tribe. "there's a new professor In the High factorily, and as 11 result diseases hide cover. Solder linages beneath cover .bear repetition now when It Is Im- $ In chowders Biscuits But the newest one Is called the etreet." In milk and may be carried to many so that they will meet the edge of thu 4 linked Saute portant that everybody eat liberally of roasting pan, thus making a tight "Puff, Puff" kiss. "A professor of what?" asked his fa. families. Washing milk cans and uten It Is the latest Shoestrings Creamed the big potato crop; that potatoes are i. novelty along the main ther. sils, at least by the processes or- cover. On the top of the Insulated 'an excellent food for your body; that 4 Hashed hrownCroquettes street, and now that it has been proper"I don't know. I saw his sign in dinarily used, does not Insure free- cover solder strong folded galvanized-IroMashed fried Au gratfn they nre good fuel ; that one medium-sizes strips, ly presented there Is no doubt It will front of his olllce." Inch high, to dom from infection nnd contaminaSoups potato gives you as much starch 4 Stuffed quickly become popular, at least In the form it square 15 Inches by IB Inches, "A professor doesn't usually hang tion. fish cakes In stews Iu ass two slices of bread ; "Blow smoke into my out a sign." cabarets. that, like other For ?10 or ?15 a simple steam ster- for holding the upper gntviinlzetl-lro- i In light bread In meat pie crust vegetables, they give you salts which mouth, Jim," teased the parlor "worm" "This one does, nnd I copied It so ilizer, which will serve n small dairy, box. On top of the cover solder filso you need to build and renew all the ? .. .(. t. .. In the latest of Broadway's comedies that I could nsk you about It." can be made In a short time. At that four strips of stiff, galvanlzed-iro: t .;. i-..""t'-H-i-- t parts of your body and keep It in order. sage. s Inch Wife." price which Includes n small kerosene eight Inches long nnd Here Archie produced a scrap of paBake in a fairly hot oven until called "The Indestructible Potatoes furnish starch which burns brown. "Jim," who happens to be the new hus- per upon which he hud carefully and stove this sterilizer should be prac- wide. These strips should extend three- in your muscles to let you work, much band In the play, and somewhat of a laboriously transcribed, "Arlstldes tical In any dairy from which cream Scalloped Potatoes and Cheese. as the gasoline burns In nn automobile or milk Is sold. And the additional Professor of Crlnlculturnl Ab Arrange a layer of sliced raw or "lounge lizard," complied, whereupon 4 PATRIOTISM AND GOOD engine to make the car go. When you keeping qualities which the sterilizapotatoes In greased baking dish the parlor worm nnnounced: "I feel scission nnd Cranlologlcal Tripsis." . I! MILK. have potatoes for a meal you need less boiled So Jim so naughty this afternoon." "Well," said Archie's father, after a tion of utensils will give milk nnd and sprinkle with grated cheese and a gave bread. Potatoes can save wheut. anotner uenionstration ot tne moment's cogitation. "If I have not cream probably will pay for the cost little flour. Repeat until dish Is near. Every owner of a dairy herd An old king is said to have tested ly full. Pour milk over puff" kiss for the bencflt of the gotten my classics, your new professor of the sterilizer In one season. For the whole, who took It with each cook before hiring him by asking about one-hablase s what js sometimes called a tonsorlal when utensils nre treated with steam ' ' should consider it his duty to cupful to every three himself and to the community potatoes. Skim milk Is good. Bakf them. And now tho merry, merry girls nrtlst, and It appears from his slcn all bacteria or disease germs which to keep only heulthy cows, sup- - , In a moderate oven until done. The in cafes and other places having taken , thnt he makes a specialty of hair- - may lie In them are destroyed, nnd SAVE A LITTLE ply them with wholesome feed ' therefore milk and cream when placed length of time required depend upon It up, it is quite the proper thing to j cutting and shampooing." London SUGAR TODAY. and keep them in clean, comfort- smoke at them. New York nits. lit these utensils will keep sweet much whether the potatoes are raw ot ' able quarters. There Is not only Times. longer. boiled and whether the baking dish Use Sweet Fruits. 4 . , , patriotism in me service 10 111s The Point of View. Directions for Making. used Is deep or shallow. Boiled potuA number of Kentucky mountaineers This Is the way to make a email ! ' patrons which results from such toes baked In a shallow dish will take When Surgeon Washes His Hands. Sugar consumption in many management, but there Is more Dr. R. R. Von Baracz, the eminent hud Just arrived at Camp Taylor. sterilizer. Specialists of tho United only 20 minutes. Raw potatoes In a nouseiioids can be easily low- - I deep dish may take as much as one Austrian surgeon, recommends In the Probably not one of them had ever States department of agriculture, ; ; prollL ' ered not only by giving prefer- The milkers and all who ban- -' Wiener Medizlnlscho Wochenschrlft been out of the hills before tills trip who describe the process, say this and one-hahours. ' die the milk should realize ence to dishes which contain lit- that the following method of washing the to the camp. One young fellow was sterilizer will be of greatest use to I Potato Puffs. they have in their charge a food n $ tie sugar or with which sugar 4 ' 1 cupful H teaspoonful sail hands for surgeous before performing .standing on a slight elevation where those who have one, two or three y is not usually served, but also hot washed and a dash of operations or handling wounds. He an excellent view of thu camp could or smaller cans, with a similar II which Is easily contaminated T well sea- - rllta. by the use of sweet liuits. For and should, therefore, take all soned. teasponnful pars- says he learned It from Doctor Weir be obtained. His mouth and eyes were number of palls and n strainer cloth. 1 CBS. ley, chopped fine. Instance, fresh fruits or baked of New York: wide open and his whole expression It can he used, however, with a large ! ! reasonable precautions to Tir,- Beat yolk Into the mashed potatoes apples may .serve Instead of A handful of chloride of lime Is wus one of j I vi nt the milk from becoming a 4 of is made and add seasonings. Beat the white placed on one plate and some crystals A sergeant astonishment and wonder. 'number pun, cans. It gnlviinlzed-Iro- of a , , sweet puddings, or a salad In cover, a approached and said, roasting Buunu in uiiutier 10 menisci ves J. of egg very stiff and fold Into the po- of ordinary soda on place of dessert. Sweet, dried $ another. After "Well, how's It look?" box and a removable top to the box. V and to others. '.'. fruits such as dates, raisins or X tatoes. Drop by spoonfuls on a greased carefully cleaning the hands with soap The consumer should under "Gee, this Is a big place," answered ,H.I..j..j..j..H-I-r--K-Hr-llgs served with breakfast ce- - 4 pan and bake until a golden brown. stand that clean, safe milk Is and brush, a soupspoonful of chloride the new addition to the nrniy. Shepherd's Pie. reals will reduce the sugar a FOR $10 TO $15. SMALL DAIR of lime and a crystal of soda are taken worth more and its production "Oil, If you think tills is big wait Orcnso a baking dish; cover the X needs. IES CAN HAVE STEAM T In the hands and crushed together with till you get to France," said the serT costs more than milk which con- with mashed potatoes. Add ? STERILIZER. A tains dirt and disease germs; minced meat or flh seasoned well a little water. This forms a paste on geant. the hands and requires three or four "My God, nln't this France?" asked S therefore he should be willing to ! lilin to boil a potato. Kven the best' and mixed with the thickened meat steam steriliz- S The cost of the pay more for It than for dirty potato can be polled by a poor cook. stock or with while sauce. Pile the minutes. The hands are then rinsed the rookie, In a surprised voice. er Itself should not be more than J. milk, which Is dear at any price. To boil them so that they will be "tit mashed potatoes lightly over the top In bterlle water. The odor of the chlor?S. If It Is necessary to buy a ine thnt Is Many Trench Diseases. for a king," drop the uupoeled potatoes to cover. Bake In oven 20 to SO by ammonia released 1 can 5 lie removed small stove the cost will be $1 water, to per cent. The unparalleled conditions of modInto boiling salted water and cook 20 minutes until n delicate brown on top. or $5 more. The materials used ; eighths Inch above the cover and run ern warfare are found by Dr. J. E. to 30 minutes. Drain the water oft at In it can be bought at prices 4 from a distance of one Inch from LI ml to have brought to the military Removing Blight of Islam. the mce. If they are cooked too long or about as follows: Roasting pan, T corners to one Inch from tho steam out RECORD POTATO CROP MUST 3 The blight of Islam which has sealed ! "Ufgeons two new types of cases. One allowed to staud lit the water they1 25 cents to $1, depending on let In the center. BE CONSUMED OR WASTED Jerusalem for centuries, which has re- of theso Is shell shock, apparently duu et soggy. tho grado of Iron. The galvanThe galvanlzed-lrobox has no botduced Mesopotamia to n desert, Syrlu to Hie emotional strain upon the nervPeeling Is Wasteful. conized Iron with asbestos and tom but fits in the square formed by Our potato crop last year Is f to desolation, promises to be lifted at ous system ; and the other Is a surprisIf you peel the potaloe.-- , before cook-jin- g struction work should not cost tho four strips on tho cover. The box X estimated to have been 442,5:10,- - g lust over all that region that was the ingly largo number of ullments arising them you will waste time and more than $7, and the work can Is 11 Inches high. Inside It, s 4 000 bushels the largest ever 4 cradlo of civilization and the flr-- t gar- from tho peculiar environment of the both. You may throw away a be done by any tinner. A two- Inch from the top nnd one-haInch pistil or even n quarter of the good $ produced In the United States. X den of the world. "The crescent of trenches. A relapsing fever, a transtove burner wlckless kerosene 4 This eron ennnnr lin curi-lni- l from one side, a Miff, wire should lie nmr fertility" stretches; from old Judea and sient nephritis, and frostbite of tho IMirt of the potato with the skins. Also, costs from $1 to $5; but In many riveted ami soldered. It Is sometime:! the 1018 season. It must be con- Philistine along the Mediterranean lit- feet are the three chief disorders reIf the potatoes aren't covered up by cases It will not be necessary to desirable to suiueil or wasted. The food situ-3- . the box at each toral curving eastward to the upper sulting from trench life. There are al"the skins while cooking, some of the purchase a stove. Tho details of corner with angle Iron six Inches long atlon throughout the world de Euphrates and Tigris anil then contin- so trench enteritis, trench skin, trench valuable material will soak out into making the sterilizer and sugf nnd Inch wide, riveted halfmands that It be consumed efuing southward to the Persian gulf. diarrhoea, trench rheumatism, trench the water. Even very small potatoes gestions as to how It should be way up the side. fectively to relieve the existing Tho zone between the sea ami the des back, and trench Jaundice, but theso he economically used, If they are win operated are described In FarmKerosene Stove Used. strain on the supply of cereulu. ert, nnd again between the mountain may bo symptom? of or connected In Iwlled lit their hklus. ers' Bulletin of the United t!,rt' 1'rlnclpul dls- In the department of agriculture's It Is the one great food resource I sonm wu' wIta t,l and the desert, will be redeemed au For best mushed potatoes: I'eel the States department of agricultests of the outfit described 11 of the world upon which there la Egypt has In our own day been re-- 1 cascs- hulled potutoes, mash and heat until ture. HOW ihlllL'er nt Iiimivv Inua wlckless kerosene stove wan deemed, provided the Turk be forced very light, adding salt, butter or oleoWhen properly operated this Times Had Changed. used with excellent results. The r, The department of agriculture back northward and westward behind margarine and hot milk, a half cup of sterilizer destroys practically all "Why are tho stars so dint tonight?" Is of tho opinion that the situa- however, may be placed on the tho Taurus mid tho bar milk to blx potatoes. tho bacteria In the utensils, sho cooed, softly. kitchen stove or over any other sourco tlon demands that farmers sell rler. Potato Sausages. all dlseaso germs, which "Because your eyes are so much of heat, such as a gas, gasoline, or freely; that the larger dealara 1 cupful mashed tcaspooonf uls may be present. It will iiccom-pllsbrighter," ho whispered, pressing her tutoes. laundry stove, which burns either salt. j. move their stocks rapidly; that Added Her Tribute. 1 the same results us uny cupful KroundVa teapoonful pen. , little hand. wood or coal, Good results also nre obthe retailer content hinnelf with nuts, ilsli. or meat per. At a family reunion everyone sterilizer In which steam not un' 1 e, well beaten. Suit pork, bacon, or 1 the smallest possible margin of They wero engaged then. tained nt very little cost by building laughed heartily at one of grandpa's pressure Is used. Experl- der other fut. "I wonder bow many telegraph poles profit, realizing Unit ho Is now tn, ula ii'llli n clinii, lli.it tl.n t under tho sterilizer a Mimll brick furIt ,,. Jokes. Ruth Inuglied, too, although Jllx the mashed potatoes and iiy,,,i. ,,,,, mi... tiiu nace 12 Inches high. It Is necessary the most important factor In she hadn't the (.lightest Idea what It It would tnko to reach from here to steaming is, for all 4 to with the ground nuts, ftsh or have sulllclent heat to furnish steam speeding up potato consumption; 4 was all about. When thu fun was over the stars?" sho murmured, musingly. practical purposes, as good as X mmt. Add beaten egg. Form Into "One if It were long enough," ho mid that consumofs buy and cut at tho end of the outlet pipe at least sho remarked breathlessly: "Oh, dear, 15 to 110 minute bteumlng 4 '.'05 little cake of wtuwige,, roll lit Hour the degrees Fahrenheit, and 'J10 1 't gran'pa, I guess that's the cutest thing growled. "Why don't you talk usually recommended. ttful plaiw in Ki'tmiMd pan with a small J. UDoruIly of this plentiful food. 2 degrees Fahrenheit should bo to L'U sense?" obtained you ever said." Sfitm of fill or Ml pork ou ooch sail- '4 If possible. That WHS Of tar tliov warn louwlad H'H"K"H"M"H--H- Com-nierce, d ! Srclnl Information Service, United States Department of Agriculture.) I iiied to sco n Rood deal of n Swede In Petrograd who llvoil with his Rus-.l:i- n wife In n littlo Inside tenement over In the Vlborg quarter nnd wrote lone and very erudite articles In mi- ject of Tlip snfoty of the home In the subn pnmplilot Issued by the u bu-ren- wSkBmW yf 1. . k half-orleiiti- il . a-- ed , tp 1 day-to-da- y mm WALL? POTATO ! three-fourth- three-eighth- i one-hal- Flve-Mlnut- e a se one-hal- one-hal- I home-wreckin- g n d three-eighth- i . three-eighth- 1 IHIHIIHH lllliHIHtH for-"pu- first-nighte- lf , Tit-blo- w '. , j ! lf t - t 11 W' !- t hot-tor- n f J n J three-fourthlf i t one-hal- two-burn- er 11 ster-Mlze- I Autl-Tuui- ( po-1- lt t t ilvc-mlnu- com-11101- K"W-jM-.iHj-H-H"H"iK"M- TJM fc. mwm - ... I . ",'w8 V rFTn9rr.AerlrT)ln, rJ!fi,tiV - teiiMAiAi;E tT " '. it.TSS" WjiWIWH 6hoAmowinATDcfl .. . y a AurcrttiNot ofMcrc,y drawrvtrvroudK. .. ... .. - 'mx l)tfM 1 --- M. I ! t3SBO flV-ic- o V .h'vfc.- '- Net CnnipnlcriTliiidflnrl i .A, BRING THEM TO ME 1.J ill LETTER IN THE MORNING MAIL f S; pii INJJlOuU&y i" ' . rtuwrtiB For Infants and Children. Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria I yaconoL-- a run cent. ' AUelab!orrcpnr.ilionlor As , i .'mUhrTood IrRci5uU- e - :.; llniHhcStomachsnndBcnrclsrf Vfc i How Mrs. Lane Finally Realized That Thousands of Other Mothers' Sons Are at War Scarred Battle Front. By MAXIMILIAN Always Bears the i HicrcbyFromoiin$BHton um?'rj:izz;u ncnncr uiiiuiu..''""--' Signature Hf $ In IinvUtoToT-c- l Mcrtmssi!aammii ..- Contrlbntod by Frnnfe Godwin. AT OUR HOUSE Eyes O'BIue andTousIehead Learn About the Red Cross By JUDD MORTIMER LEWIS We bnvc tnlkcd It over nt our bouse. Tallied It oer us we have nucr tnlkcd It over before. We did not wnnt Kyes O'ISlue to know about It, nor did we want to lay any part of the world's heavy burden upon the heart of Tousle-heaWe have taught them that the world Is n good nnd a beautiful place, And then we told them of the Red Crobs. We hail a number of Red Crosses In our windows, but they hnd not known. We told them of the bandages nnd supplies needed to allay suffering. We told them of the noble women who nro ghlng their lives to the binding up of hurts of the bo.s In khnkt. We told them of the great need of money with which to carry on the work of mercy. Then Eyes O'lilue In a volco which FIGHTING SISTERS OF FIGHTING MEN Twenty Thousand Nurses Now Enrolled in American Red Cross. Of the eighty odd thousand registered trained nurses In the United States about -- 0,000 have enrolled ns Red but last night, gathered beneath the light lu the hmnhle little parlor ut our house, we talked It over between us. Eyes O'Blue'nnd Touslehead were told that, while the world Is good, It Is not all good ; that there nre men who have started out to enslave the world and who In the furtherance of that utiiul-tlo- n have done awful things. Gradually as the talc was told they drew nearer until we Eat with our arms about them. We told thera of hands hacked from baby wrists, of death rained from tho sky upon help- less little ones, of murder rising from tho sea's green deeps to feed upon helpless mothers and bnblcs. And then we- - told thera bow these splendid soldier boys we see every day are going to the far front to fight and. If need be, die to keep this ror from our land We told them of burns and wounds nnd suffering. choked with pity for the distressed spoke of her savings, nnd Touslehead clftpped her hands at the thought. Tills morning I went to the bank nnd withdrew their savings. $03.20, nnd they are to be put to work to a better work than they have been doing. At our bouse for the duration of the war we expect to "keep tho days," we expect to weor cobbled shoes and patched clothing, nnd if we ever hesitate In our sncrltlco I shall see Uie fnces of Eyes O'BIue nnd Touslehend as, with tears on their cheeks, they smiled at the thought of the help they might be to the lted Cross. Are you helping us to carry the Red Cross? JOHN MADISON'S FAMILY When John Mndlscn sailed for Franco there wero no Indications that his family would suffer In a pecuniary way while he served his couutry. John's father wns earning good wages. John's younger brother, Henry, n driver, was helping out the family budget. Then John's father was stricken with pneumonia. His earning power stopped. Henry met with an accident. If John had stnjed homo he could hnv carried 'his mother and llttlo sisters through the crisis. But John was with I'ershlug overseas. Must his family suffer destitution? Tho Mudlbon family's dilemma was rcjorted to the Red Cross and promptly pluced In the hands of Home Service. As u result the bebt medical attention whs secured for John's father and brother. Immediate funds wero placed In tho mother's hands to provide for the household as heforo the family Income stopped. In tho brief fcoldier's home. space of n few hours Home Service had driven poverty from tho absent bolvo. Tho wholo'alm and object of Ilome Servlco Is to protect the welfare of the soldier's family while he Is uway und to maintain as far as possible tho sanio standards of homo life that prevailed while he wns at home. More than this, when the standard of living Is low It la tho duty and tho opportunity of Home Service to raise the standard. Think of what It means to John Madison and his legions of comrades In khaki and In blue to realize that In their absence their loved ones will be safeguarded as carefully and as constantly as they themselves would have done. Think what It means to the morale of these bravo lads to know that whatever may hnppen In the perils of warfare the future of their futul-lie- s will not be Jeopardized. Cross nurses, volunteering their services nt the front, In cantonments nnd hospitals or in any other needed capacities. This enrollment is the nursing reserve of the United States Army Nurse Corps and the United States Navy Nurse Corps, nnd from It will also be drawn contingents for service under other allied flags than our own. The enrollment goes on nt the rate of 1,000 volunteers a month. On a basis 0 of an army of a million men over nurses will be required for active duty In tho present year. Up to the last of February over 7,000 nurses had been actually detailed; to duty or were ready for Immediate mobilization. So It Is seen that there aro none too many, In view of the requirements of the service, since between time of enrollment and actual assignment to duty the nurse must undergo a period i of special study and training for war service, and the work of organizing and mobilizing this "army of mercy" Is no small thing. A Nurse la a Soldier. Surgeon General Gorgas has called upon the Red Cross to supply 6,000 nurses for the Army Nurse Corps by Juno 1, and If this quota Is forthcoming the total number detailed will have reached 12,000. So tho mobilization of another 18,000 to 25,000 by Jan. 1, 1019, will bo a big problem to SO,-00- f FOSTER '" Of the Vigilantes. Mntheniatlcs teach us that 1 from 1 leaves nothing, and thcro Is nlso tho well known blologlcnl theorem that you ennnot get blood from n turnip. It Is nlso assumed, Sir Isaac Newton having demonstrated tho law, that what goes up Is bound to come down, but this Is only abstract. Mrs. Lano probably would have denied It The Hat rent, previously $1,200 a year, now was $1,400, and It showed no signs whatever of coming down. The snmo condition applied also to her children's shoes. The shoes now cost $", whereas they formerly Lad cost $L But Ujis was merely a detail A sluil-Ia- r phenomenon decurred ns to beefsteaks, potatoes, butter, fish and the 67 other varieties of domestic essentials. All had gone up; none had come down. About the only thing stable In Mrs. Lane's cosmos was Mr. Lane's j early Income. This was $7,000 a year. Already Mrs. Lane had given up one maid. The war literally was at her door. True. Mrs. Lnno had no son. no brotlicr no kin of nuy kind In tho wur, but tho war still was at her door. Hard to Make Ends Meet. Give money for tho wnr7 What do you think she was doing, anyway? She was giving every cent she had, trying to make both ends meet In ber household. It hurt, though. Mrs. Lane was a kindly, warm hearted woman, and she would havo liked to give. Tho war was dreadful! It was so dreadful she'd stopped reading about It. But one must read letters. Ono must do that when a friend takes the trouble to write them. The letter came In the morning mall. Mrs. Lane read It, then she read It again. Afterward she sat there absorbed, silent, rigid. The color bad crept out of her face, and her breath came swiftly from between her parted lips. " 7iate just come back from the canteen," it read, "Such an after-nooA trainload of tcrlously xcounded to be fed at once, which is trying, as one has to climb into all the carriages, one after the other, ll'e begin with the men who are tccll enough to tit up and handle their cups, and those who are too ill even to lift their heads, of course, wo have to lift and feed ourselves. Feeding the ones toith lad face wounds arc the hardest, I can stand ordinary wounds of blood, but when a man ought to have a nose and mouth and all he has is ught it takes all your courage to get through a feeding, J managed to get half a pint of mill: and a beaten egg and some brandy down the throat of a boy of twenty who had no mouth left, and I had to clean it between every mouthful, lie had had no food for fifteen hours and was so thirsty that he was nearly insane. I he14 his head against me, and I gagged all the time, but I just kept thinking, 'Suppose it was my boy who needed a drink and thert was no one to give it to him.' Bo I went through with it, and he finally went to sleep. Oh, Uartha, llartha Lane, we need everything all you and the rest can scndl" If Lawrence Had Gone to War. One o'clock struck. Mrs. Lane still ' sat with the letter clutched In her hand. "What's for dinner?" asked Han- nah, tho maid. Mrs. Lane hardly heard her. 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MMWWWH)i htiasattssWSI smmmusxmrfMiWiiPiV3aniae BW-wwr--- -- rzsr NQW.SAYS MARTHA KENTUCKY WILLS i NOT HER CONCERN MAY UAISH AGE OF DltAI'T LIMIT May S. Washington, Legislation This No Time for Dallying Win TO WIN THE WAR PEOPLE DISPLAY THE RIGHT SPIRIT TO HELP BOYS M If I. B .l Sfl I ir .V ft N Provost Marshal General Crowder Crriun nnd tho House Military Committee But It May Have Been Just Possible Although Nllos Gen. Crowder made no speShe Was a Trifle Disappointed She Would Have All the People Get cific recommendations, members of Manure Spreaders . AT FRONT. at Something the Youth Together on That One Idea tho commltteo snld nfterwards tho Wagons Had Said. "Not an Afternoon Tea War Department was considering a We're In." Buggies The world is looking to you for plan for changes. "Oh, how do you do?" said the diffARE WILLING TO SAVE WHEAI An appropriation of $15,762,000 food, and yours is the task of furCorn Planters, , , . ident young mnn as he entered tho By JULIA M. LIPPMAN of The Vigilantes. screened porch. "I er I thought was nsked by Gen. Crowder for ex nishing more food with less help. Cull valors Hip Snm Slawson hnltcd on hli own penses of the draft for tho next fiscal you wero Miss Cornelia." Our experience and that of exside porch to stamp tho snow off lili Food Administrator Delighted With "She's gone out," explained Cor- year. Registration of men reaching lNc Harrows. . . Splendid Enthusiasm of Blue-Graperts in the implement line are at hoots before letting himself Into the nelia's considerably older sister. "But the ngo of 21 will roqulro the examinHiding Plows State To Give Up Men, Money and that doesn't matter. Sit down, Mr. ation, kitchen. your disposal. We will gladly he said, of half a million more Food For Liberty'3 Cause. A hnnd from within turned the knob Chikllelgh. Isn't It a lovely evening?" men than originally provided for. Walking Plows. . . advise and assist you in every way of tho door. A volco from within "Yes," ngreed the dlllldent young Class one, tho general said, now has Wire Fence possible, and in order to do this him through the narrow mnn. "Er you're looking welll" LouisvlIIo, Ky. "Do you really think so?" murmured about 2,205,000 men of whom we must know what you desire. ,,. Harness Telling blows against tho Germans aro effectives. "Come nlong In, Snm. Hurry I I'll Cornelia's sister, archly. "I'm so glad Place a cross (X) beside any of Feed clear up your trncks, hut don't stnnd are being struck by the Food Army of you like this blue dress people al Chairman Dent, of the committee, y the articles enumerated in which there prepnrln' nny lonc;er. You'll plvo Kentucky tho nrmy which Includes ways have said blue becomes me!" ho would ask the announced Field Seeds us nil our dent lis. Resides, I enn't wnlt all the farm era of the country, all the "Yes, it does!" said the dlllldent House to eliminate from tho draft you are interested and mail to us. ('union Tools. . . . to henr If they're speedln' tip the wnr city people who aro raising war gar- young man hurriedly. "It looks flue." legislation pending nn amendment Don't buy until we see you we like they'd ought to. We pot to get In dens, and all tho people In both city "I value n compliment from jou," giving states credit for volunteers. Nails can save you money. Don't lay rlpht off or It'll bo too Into." and country, who sit down to three said Cornelia's elder sister. "I appreVery deliberately Snm shook the square meals a day. All parts of the ciate the opinion of a mnn of your iHn a letter to Mr. Dent, President Staples this aside. Mail it y. y Wilson came out In opposition white drifts from his shoulders nnd state aro represented in the army experience far more than Cornelia to tho credit plan' and a.'ked t int the X Name crossed the threshold nnd raised by tho Food Administration nnd does. Girls of eighteen are so cntter-bralne- d by tho measure bo passed ns closed tho door nfter him. nnd well, conceited. You must which, under the banner reading "Food "You enn't do filings so quick ns you Address. have observed that with till your ex- War Dcpnrmcut. Will Win tho War" is conducting the seem to think, Mnrthn," ho observed Tho conference report on the bill big Spring Offensive against waste at perience I" in his slow, cautious fashion. "Yes, of course," said the dlllldent for registration of youths becoming homo and hunger and want in the "Why enn't you?" ranks of tho Allied soldiers nnd their young mnn, beginning to throw out ids 21 will be called up in tho House to"Because this Is n democracy. De- dependents. chest nnd frown seriously. morrow with prospects of a lively democracies move slowly." BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. "I knew you would ugree with me," bate over the proposal to exempt minFederal Food .Administrator F. M. "They needn't If nil the people Ret toBoth Phones. Sackett is pleased at the work being murmured Cornelia's sister softly. isters from the law. gether on the one Idea of winning this dono. Kentucky is a hard state tu "Isn't It a great comfort, Mr. Cliudielgb, wnr. It don't make nny difference to to llnd some one who Is entirely syma re reach, but It can be reached, and It has pathetic nnd comprehending?" me whether It's n democracy or HOUSE ItUANCH. been public or a socialism, or n prohibi- ' ition, reached. Mr. Hoover'3 admou "Yes," said the diffident young man "Food Will Win tho War," Is ho Kus-sln- n tion, or one of them suddenly. "I do, come to think of it I Mr. C. Moxlcy. of Fordsvllle, Is samovar-thing- s they talk so much ing heeded, and President Wilson's in- With some people It is so hurd to pet junction to "enlist in the service o! here surveying farms. chammy-llag- e no, STRAWBERRY PICKERS WANTED. nowadays about along that is, I find It so hard to say Miss Mnud Miller, of Olaton, spent It nil comes the Food Administration" is being fol what I mean to them. That is terribly rHshlvlkl, that's It. Monday night with Mrs. Hoy Crawright down to this, so far as I can lowed unreservedly. Every county in the state has a Food embarrassing when I'm dying to speak ford. We will pay TEN CENTS per gallon for pick- see: Unless we stop fussing nbout my mind 1" Any mill, any mering Strawberries this season. Board can be obtain- V. Morrison spent Sunday names, forget what party we belong Administrator. Mrs. II. "I hope you don't feel thnt way with any farmer, any consumer trou to, we're going to loe out on this chant, ed for 12c per meal and lodging free with the grow- bled by a vexing technical 'regula- me," said Cornelia's elder sister softly. la Owcnsboro. wnr. And you've got a boy 'over "No, I don't!" declared the young Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Evans, who tion can get his troubles removed, 01 er you pick for. Pickers must bring their own bed- - ? there', and a fnm'ly over here and by going to the nearest county man. "I wonder would you mind If I have been visiting Mr. Dan Kessinger, ding, and arrange with the Manager before you come Sam Slawson, and settled, you're nn American, returned to their homo In McClaln seat. And the administrators without told you something?" it's up to you It's up to us U. S. "Why, Mr. Cliudielgb 1" exclaimed III., so arrangements can be made to care for you. The exception report a willingness to co last week. not to lose out on this war." picking season begins about May 15th. Write the operate which is met with everywhere Cornelia's sister, raising her ejes nnd Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Jennings are in "How are we going to prevent it?" "If wheat is needed, wheat will be then dropping! them ngnin hurriedly. Louisville to attend the Races. Manager for any information you may want. getting together, that's how. "By Why should I mind?" "How absurd Every mother's son nnd daughter of us raised in ray county, even though a Mrs. K. A. White spent .Monday and "I I'd ruthcr you guessed," lie said H. D. GRAHAM, Manager, financial loss is entailed," is the way pulling together the one wny n long Tuesday in Owensboro. one administrator put it in conversa huskily. 5 Bowling Green, Ky. pull nnd a strong pull nnd n pull nil enn I "Guess?" she repeated. "How Mrs. Kate Craln and Mrs. Joe together. The sort of pull that'll land tlon recsntly. "Then If it is necessary guess when I haveu't the ghost of nn Stewart spent Wednesday at White our troops on the other side n million-stron- g the people who raiso it will sell it all idea" Hun. before the Germans can get In so our soldiers and their associates "But you must have!" Insisted the in arms can get it, Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Crawford and their fine work this spring. The trou- cornbread all the and themselves cat young mnn, fervently. year." family visited Mr. O. Cooksey and ble Is that up to this there's been too "Oh, Mr. Cliudleigh 1" said Cornelia's Something of that same spirit has family, near Olaton, Sunday. many ladles nnd gen'hnen tnlkln' their been manifested both by producers and sister faintly. Mrs. Warren Duvall who has been heads off nbout pacifism and red tape "You're blind If you didn't," said and any old thing that happens to be consumers everywhero In Kentucky. the young mnn rapidly. "Haven't you sick for some time Is much better. Mr. Sackett was not at all surprised their pet Idea as if the thing we're Bro. Rushing, of Owensboro, held composure with which the latest seen me hero night after night, unnble in was nn nfternoon ten. Forget it, at tho wheat-savinregulation was promul to tear myself away, a regulur slave quarterly conference hero Saturday. ! thnt's my notion Forget It ! There's gated, for this very reason. The sermons wero instructive and Tho latest only one thing: to remember thee "Why, George I" snld Cornelia's sisdays: IF WE DON'T WIN, TIIE regulation says no person must eat ter tremulously. "You aro so over- sprltual. more than six pounds of wheat a Mr. J. W. Walker, who has had an BOCHES WILL." whelming I hadn't a notion ! You" t month, which is ono and Is better. Snm sighed. the attack of miliaria got to tlw point," "It's 'pounds a week. "Well, It certainly 's n problem." Mr. and Mrs. John Wilson visited "And that means six pounds of all young man with the violence of the "If the curiosities nt Washington timid person who is thoroughly relatives at White Uuu Sunday. Bavon't got the right answer to the kinds of wheat products, too," one ad aroused, "where I've got to know defi Mrs. Joe Stewart went to Owensexplained."It doesn't problem by this time why, all I got ministrator boro Thursday. mean six pounds of bread, and then a nitelywhether I'm to stay or to go to say Is, invite 'em to step down and wait another Miss Myrtle Cannon has returned rat and give a new bunch a chance. lot of maccaronl and cakes and crack I can't stay, George, Instant" dear," said Cor- from Garfield, where she was In the "It's It might annoy em. We enn't help ers, too. It means six pounds of wheat nelia's elder sister, slipping her hand millinery business. thnt. The Boches arc annoyln' us. products per person per month." Soldiers and their families must In his. Miss Ella WiLson spent several days Jnd they mean to keep right on "You think she wants me to stay? us unless we do something and have bread. Wheat Is the only in Hartford last week returning SunYou are sure?" cried the diffident product which can be sent to do It quick." day. Europe now. Corn would germinate young man. . "I bate war!" lamented Sam. "She? Who?" cried Cornelia's sister. during the long journoy. American "Sure you do. So lo I. So does EAST VIEW. "Why, Cornelia, of course," exeverybody. I hate having my hoy shot and Allied soldiers must have wheat young man. "What at. I hnte having girls and little chil- bread or quit fighting; hence tho Food plained the diffident Mr. Clarence Bartlctt met with a dren ruined and maimed. I hate hav- Administration has asked the people did you suppose I was talking about painful accldeat Monday afternoon by of Kentucky to limit themselves to sli all this time?" ing old women nnd men starved and "Mr. Chudlelgh," said Cornelia's eld- being struck in an eyo by tho end of froze and burned. That's why I want pounds of wheat flour per month. er sister after an awful pause, "there a hoe handle. as to get a move on because I hato Continue Wheatless Days. nny wny of knowing what a per' Mrs. Ora Hawkins spent a few days it." Federal Food Administrator F. M. Isn't son like yourself Is talking nbout. And last week visiting relatives In OwensSam's eyes were misty. Sackett advises tho continuance ol "Oh, Martha I I wish I could see the wheatless days. "Continued observ- If you think I have the slightest Inter- boro. end of It. We're In a terribly tight place ance of wheatless days and meals will est In your remarks you are very much Mrs. C. C. Taylor Is visiting Mr. Pittsburgh Just now. We're up a tree I tell you, aid in keeping consumption down," mistaken!" and Mrs. Ves Taylor In Owensboro. up a tree!" we're Mr. Sackett said. "People aro offered Born to the wife of Mr. Oda Smith, Martha threw him a heartening the alternative of saving wheat by : April 25, a ten pound boy. grance. Barges to Foil doing without entirely on certain days Mr. and Mrs. George Jewel and Mr. ' "Up n tree? Sure we're up a tree. and meals, or by uaing less at all If actual trials prove the scheme to .So was that little fella In the Bible. times, but I would recommend both. be practicable, It is understood that in Herbert Mitchell nnd family left Sat- Charley Cascbler, of Nelson, a few Morris and son, Gilbert, Dr. G. L. UTiatVhls-nnmeZaccheus? Zacche-u- s Saving wheat is a military necessity order to check the depredations of tho urday for Salt Lnko City, where thoy days Evorley, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. B. Everj last week. Immense oceangoing go to make their future home-Mr- . wns up u tree, to. And that's and Individual consumption must ba enemy's Master Deliner Leo Everloy, of ley, Mrs. Emma Fulkersou, .Mr. un(T barges towed. by powerful it r mud tugs, fvhere he saw the Lord from." held to si pounds a month if wo are Ernest Graves and family, of may be used instead of steamships for Adaburg. woro the guests of Mr. and Clcaton, has returned homo' nfter Mrs. Vernon Evorley and son, Paul, to win the war." spending several days with his grand- Miss Hazel Miles, Misses Cora, Ora transporting freight through the subCity Boy Hears Better. "Potato Week" has been highly sue Mrs. Ostia Jewell, Sunday. Inparents, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. B. Everloy. and Lorono Evorloy, Master Dolmor Our recruiting ollleers have made an cossful. Merchants everywhero push marine zones. Long, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Smith and Mrs Interesting discovery In gaging the ed the sale of potatoes and It is be closed craft of steel construction will Mrs. Maude Maddox and childrou, Lee and Melburn Everloy, Miss Ann relntlve fitness of city nnd country lleved potatoes wero found on tho din bo tested. Crews being unnecessary, King moved from Owensboro Monday of West Providence, visited her Wood, Miss Mary Ethel Everloy, Mr, boys for service in the army nnd navy, ing tablo at ovcry meal In a majority tho barges are to be decked a fow to Mr. Smith's farm where ho will mother, Mrs. W.. I). Barnard, Satur- nnd Mrs. Odra Allen, Miss Meda Ev- so that cultivato a crop. according to the Popular Science of homes. Mr. John W. Burns, cf the Inches above the water line erloy. day and' Sunday. Monthly for February. City boys have Food Administration office in Louis- from a distance they will bo practiBorn tho 4 lust., to the wife of Mr. v-t-periscope. As Is Harlem Wlgglnton a hoy. Master Molburn Everloy hns rebetter ears. ville, who has had years of experience cally Invisible to a known, perhaps generally a tub, behomo, after spoiidiug several AUMIMSTJIATOKS NOTICE. JJ turned From the Washington records of tho in tho milling business, estimates thai t days witli his cousin, little Miss Nora Marine corps come the assertion that the people of Kentucky havo saved cause of Its smnll size nnd comparaADMINISTRATORS NOTICE torpeonly one boy In five among those re- 10,000 barrels of flour by eating pota- tively shallow draft, offers n All porsons having clnlnis against Clarion Evorloy, of Uockport. do a poor tnrget. In n gun duel, should cruited In quiet neighborhoods has tho toes during "Potato Wook." Muster Douglas Hill Is on tho sick the estate of J. N. Shrove, doceascd, All persons having claims against risk a fight, the tug would a ncutcness of hearing possessed by tho f aro hereby directed to nrosent mmo No Seizure Needed Here. have nearly an even break with the tho cstato of Milton Black, decoused, list at this writing. average dweller In n noisy town. The I Mrs. C. 11. Evorley and daughter, I to mo properly proven, on or beforo The announcement comes from enemy. Popular Mechanics Magazine. are hereby notified to present tho ivji'i-uuiitm iiii K'U'IU'I ui ut'ieciivu lienrlng were In the ratio of five to ono Washington that tho appeal to farm same, proporly proven, to mo on or Meda, visited Mrs. Until Boatrlght, June 1, 1918, or they will bo forever era of tho wbolo United States to be barred. In favor of "city enrs." War as a Beautlfier. before tho first day of June, 1918, or of Clcaton, last week. This April 20, 1918 The surgeons and scientists assume patriotic and bring all their wheat to A doctor told me the other day that thoy will bo forever barred. Mrs. Mainlo Williams, of West that the quiet of country districts market has mot with an uusaUsfac tho war Is doing one good thing at DAVE TUTTLE. Atlinr.. Provldonco, visited iter aunt, Mrs. U. S. CARSON, Admr. tends to weaken, through disuse, the tory response In some sections of the least In teaching the nations how much Estato J. N. Slirevo.decoa'sed, W. D. Barnard, Sunday. Estate Milton Black, deccused nerves In the ear, while the constant country that has been rather distress, better off they tire with less food than Mrs. J. M. Everloy has returned Fordsvlllo. Ky., H. 2. Hartford, Ky. clamor of the city, really keeps tho ing. If tho Washington nnnouucemonl they used to eat. He ineuiit that they m home, after spending several weeks had been put In plalnor words, il wero inoro healthy, but there Is anoth aural nerves responsive. COURT HOUSE WEDDING. with relatives at Uockport. would road: "Somo American farm er side to It. Much of tho ndlposo tls- - j NOTICE. Miss (Joebol Evorley, of near hero, era aro not patriotic. Thoy think more sue which has caused us middle-ageThree Stallions and 2 big black Valuable New Cement Mr. David Hill and Miss Agnes has returned home, after bpondiug Jacks. All aro tho good A Vienna metal cement or solder. : of gutting a little extra money foi women to look older than we wunt to brooding sunnlled comiiiprrlnllv In Kmnii ovii... I eir wnoai man moy no oi mo Amor- is tho result of overeating. Eut what Obonchaln wero married by Judgo several days with hur slater, Mrs. kind. Not a better lot of brooding Tho Vera Faught, of Equality. cors. Is described us a copper amalgam, tlca" and 3a(c't soldiers who need your need, exercise nil you can, keep Cook, In" his otilco yesterday. block In tills part of Kentucky. . .. " young people aro from tho Fordsyour mind awake and keep young. A few friends and relatives, of amount or mcrcurous mtrutn mm wn. i livnml un linilli' service and day. Conio and But Washington lias sont out anoth Mother's Magazine. tcr, u mlxturo of seven parts of merMr. Hill la twonty-fou- r Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Everloy attend- sou mo and my vllle country. stock boforo you cr announcement. It is that unless cury with threo parts of powdery copand Mlsa Obenchalu is only fif- ed tho birthday supper given in breed. CHAS. E. MILLEH. per precipitated from sulphate solu- tho farmers market their wheat by Poor Kind of Joke. teen. honor of Mr. Everloy ut his father's, May 1 tho uovertunont may holzo It. Fordsvlllo, Ky. tion by zinc. When applied, tho nmal-gaA woman of uncertain ugo required Mr. 0. II. Everloy, April 27, his birthKentucky farmers can not undernnd the metul parts to be united tho services of a page boy and Inserted day being, tho 28th. Ho left that are heated to 180 or 100 degrees F. stand why such drastic action should In the local paper nn advertisement FALSE TEETH day for Camp Taylor. Thoso proa-o- OLD FOR FLETCHER'S Aside from its use as a cement, tho ho necessary. Kentucky farmers, real bended : "Youth wanted." IM1.VT woro: Mr. and Mrs. Will Bar- Wo nay MATTEU IF IntOKEY amalgam is stated to be an easily work- Izo that a farmer who holds on to his One of her friends, with little humor un in in ed composition for various uses, us It wheat when tho army uoeds It, trying nnd less tuste, sent her a bottle of a nard and two children; Mr. and Mrs. cash for Oh nni,i bh" ,,"i.?0.V,i mt to extort mora money in piymcnt can bo hammered, rolled, tdrnped under L. 1 Fulkorson, Mrs. Eddio Hill and celebrated wrinkle remover, n pot of CERAIiVO. ?y "urn man! n die, or softened in boiling water suf- therefor, is just as heartless as the fairy bloom, a set of false teeth and a -. son, Douglus; Misses Mao, Vivian v.. i uaya tor. Bonder's , J: ficiently fdr making cu&ts, and it takes mau who rofuscs to glvo a soldier a liuxen wlgt of our nltn. May 8. Mr3. Birdie Euduloy, of and Mary Evorley, Mrs. Ollio Fulkor- Specialty. I)ept; drink of water. n. good polish. A "2007 SSthSt1 near hero, visited nor Bister, Mrs. son, Mrs. W. D. DaruaTd, Mrs. J. T. Philadelphia, Pa. Ui3tiB the Warl" What Cared Cornelia's Sister for was discussed as a possibility within George's Remarks? a fow months at a meeting of to-da- raising tbo draft ago to 40 years y What Is Tlie Farmer ABOUT Goinja: To Do THE SCARCITY OF FARM LABOR? The only remedy we can see is in Separators. D IMPROVED FARM MACHINERY 1 , to-da- to-da- hnt-bri- !J. D. Williams & Sons! i new-fangle- d i t I ?S$$$S$SS$S$S$$$ g to" 1 oua-hal- Ladies Coct bread-makin- Suits -- Huh Clothing Co. HARTFORD, KY. 1 ssssssssvesssssssss ? low-sittin- d Children Cry ut CASTORIA .in.: iAWV.? w- al u- - ' ,a 'n. ii il rrftfn iii ti mill m mnwli NpbWKW1' tints:, yoyWuMflWW tiwfc, win mum mitimmitimimi,