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The Hartford republican: May 17, 1918 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1918 hao1918051701_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: May 17, 1918 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1918 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. f ' tye Fine Job Work. VOL. XXX. HARTFORD COLLEGE HAS SPLENDID YEAR Jfortfcrrfc DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS ItambJirm Subscription $1 per Year No. 46 James C. Tomes, Narrows. WHHo D. Muffet, Narrows. Dexter D. Whlttinghlll, Lexington OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MAY IT, 1918. In two months, but It may bo two years yet. Dear mother don't grlovo for mo when I go to France, for I nm in tho service of my country. It Is awful the way tho German people do. They arc taking tho wo men nnd girls with thorn to tho trenches. Suppoxo they wore to got over hero. Think how awful It would be. If I go to France don't worry about me. If I got back home it will bo good, but If I get killed remember It was for you that I died, and I would freely give my life for cither of you, or for sister or brother. I want them to wrlto to mo often, for It they know what 1 was doing for thorn they would wrlto to me often if I never did write to them. I want you nit to think of mo in Sunday school nnd nt church, and remember I nm trying to do something for tho church while I am In the army. Thoband Is playing now "How firm a foundation," and it reminds mo of all the good old meetings wo used I guess you to have at Washington. nil will go to Sunday school this afternoon, nnd if you do sing "How firm a foundation" for me, and you can also sing "Stand up for Jesus." That Is what every one should do. Don't you think so? 1 do. Hut God Is with us, ono and all, nnd Ills will bo dono, and bring us homo again when vicYour son, tory Is won. Uosell C. Dark. COMMON i(. OF P.'S TO MEET HERE NEXT MONDAY will b necessary on account of seed fallln - to germinate. Wli ,it excoptlonly fine, nnd a bump' r crop for tho county is In 113 REGISTRANTS TO ANSWER CALL propMt. Th oy bean crop will bo Increased 38th. Annual Commencement Marks End Of Year. District Convention To Be With Rough River Lodge. full fi.y por cent ovor last season. Block .md Darrass will plant 35 acres this Mason. Mt.ulows backward, but will bo Hartford, for years, lias boon spoken of more frequently, porlinpa,ton account of tho splendid school maln-talnc- il within It's Bates, tiinn from any Mid nil other causes combined. The 3Sth. annual year's work of tlio Collego and High School has been up to the usual standard, and the students nnd teachers may begin u well earned rest from a strenuous year's work, that they may recuperate for tasks in store within tho year just ahead. This evening will close tho exercises for Commencement week of tho Hartford High School. The exercises will consist of mi oration by tho valedictorian, Winnta Dean Mosc-leentitled "tho IUossIiirh or War," and an oration by tho class President, Oscar Dennett, entitled "Vocational Training In tho High School." Sunt. J. It. Klsley, of Owensboro, will deliver tho commencement address and present tho dlpjomns to tho jjraduntes who aro Lureno Dennett, Gladys Dennett, Oscar Dennett, No-riIllack, Annlo Dhca Carson, Carter, Kennedy Collins, Margnret DeWitt, Winnie Dean Moscley, Salllo Way, James Phlpps, Auburn Tlche-tio- r, Glenn TInsloy and Mnrtlno Ward. Tho baccalaureate sermon was delivered by Dr. J. L. Hardy, pastor of tho First Dnptlst Church, Dussell-vlll- e, Ky., at tho Methodist church. Dr. Hardy Is nn able speaker and tho sermon was enjoyed by a lnrgo y, Kr--I- SCHOOL DIPLOMAS Tho piano recital given In tin school auditorium Monday evening by tho pupils of Mrs. Elgin was enjoyed by all present. "patriotic Tuesdny night was night." Tho address of the evening was delivered by Hon. Hen 1). Dingo, of Owensboro, who also presented to the school a service Hug, made by the Assomothers of the Parent-Teacheciation. Tho flag contained C9 stars, representing the boys of Hartford school, who are now serving In the U. S army. Tho piny given by the Junior Cl&ss, "Wednesday night, entitled "Tho Heiress Hunters," was a decided success. Tho Senior play given Thursday night, entitled "Claims Allowed," was equally enjoyed and appreciated. rs Twenty seven applicants for common school diplomas, wero examined Saturday. Five of these were examined at Fordsvlllo and their papers Of tho havo not yet been graded. twenty ono examined at Hartford nineteen passed. Those who passed, with their grades, aro: Loreno Geneva Llndlcy, 89.3; Weatorflelil, S9; Luther Turner, S5.9; Dorcas Lyons, 75.4; Kmily Dell, 85.2; George DoDruler, 78. G; Mablo Hop per, 88.1; Flora Dona Fuqua, 84.7; Mario Thomas, 77.fi; Klsyc Doyles, 77.8; Iva Gibson, SI; Leonla Gaddess, 81; Annona Llndloy, 85. S; Auron Itoach, 8C.9; Leonard Daker, S6.6; Conn Coleman, 79.5; Artie Wilson, S3. 5; Jnnle Acton (Col), 79.5; Ruth greath- - helped by tho recont rains. Contrary to all expectations tho expiration of tho embargo on, tho Knights of Pythias District Con- sale ot hens was not followed by largo vention, composed of this nnd sur- sellink. Tho farmers evidently thinkrounding counties, will meet with ing that with tho present high price tho local lodge, Monday, Mny 20th. of eggs it was good business to keep Tho flrst, or afternoon session, will tho hens. convene nt the Castlo Hall at 3 o'clock and will be open to the pub PETITION FOR DITCH lic. i Several Grand Lodge officers nro John Sam Ford nnd others havo to be In nttendnnco and the meet- flled'n petition In county court for the ing Is expected to be an interesting opening of a public dralnago ditch. one. It is proposed to begin tho ditch at Following Is tho programme for tho bridge across Bens Lick creek the meeting: and extend It to Dough river near tho 1. Opening of Convention. M. H. and E. railroad brldgo across 2. Doll Call of Lodges. Dens Lick creek. A lateral ditch is 3. Deport of Lodges. nlso asked for, to begin at tho old Judge John Lawrence shop on the Hartford and 4. Welcome Address D. Wilson. Ccntertown road nnd extend to the 5. Response Rev. C. N. Couch, main ditch. The principal ditch would District Deputy Grand Chancellor, ho about ono milo In length and the Cloverport, Ky. lateral ditch about three quarters of G. Anniversary a mile. Aubrey Harbour, Grand In 1919 Chancellor, Knights of Pythias of GERMANS CAN'T DEPEND Kentucky. UPON RUSSIA FOR FOOD 7. Western Kentucky's Challenge to Pythlanism Dr. J. R. Pirtlo, Samara, Russia, Thursday, Mny 2 Deputy Grand Chancellor. T.psa thnn hnlf thr ttllnhln l.irwl nf S. Pythlanism and Its Relation to European UuM,a rcmalnlng ,n controI Tho World War J. W. Carter, Grand of the Bolshevlkl Government will bo Keeper of Records and Seal, Lexing- cultivated this year. General unrest ton, Ky. among the peasants, the unsettled 9. General Interrogatories. conditions of land distribution and Intermission. shortage of seed, horses and agricul Session. tural implements are responsible for S P. M. Exemplification of Secret this condition of affairs. Work. mm Intermission. ROILED DOWN. al Exi-ning Big Demands Made On Ohio Countians For Second Army. Refreshments. 9 Llndley.'S5.6. FISH STODIKS. It Is so much tho custom to He about Ashing that it is difficult for an honest man to tell tho truth about It when he tries to do so. Last weok wo said it was unlawful to tako fish MfASTir OKDKlt. The Adjustnnt General, In making demand on tho local exemption board for 113 men to leave for camp about May 25, leaves it no latitude in exempting farmers. A provision of tho order reads: "This call completes tho call for whlto men in second quota, and therefore no board will defer call of registrants whoso ordor number Is within this quota on account of being engaged In tho cultivation of n crop. No registrants can bo doferred In this call undor any consideration." g J)EATH AT CROMWELL. Mrs. Florcnco Strattou, wife of Mr. died Tom Stratton, of Cromwell, Thursday of last weok, after n long illness of brights dlsoaso. Funeral services wero hold Friday, conducted by Rev. II. F. Jenkins, of Owensboro, aftor which interment was in Green Diver cometry. A very largo number of friends nnd relatives attended tho Mrs. Stratton was tho dnughtor of Wado nnd J. N. Martin, and n slstor to formor sheriff R. II. Martin. She was fifty three yoars old at tho tlmo of her death,. Sho lenves a husband and two children, T. Wado Stratton, of Cromwell, and Mrs. Jeff Travis. A SOLDIER'S funeral. LETTER. Mr. and Mrs. Joo C. Park, of Clear-ru- n, havo received tho following letter from their son, Rosoll, who is nt Camp Wadsworth, S. C. Doar Father and Mothor. I will write you n few lines this beautiful I fool llko I ought Sunday morning. to go to church or to Sunday school somewhere, but wo don't got a chanco wo will get transferred soon but I to go like wo did back homo. I think Jmvo no Hloa whore to. The papers hero tall: ot peace with hook and lino, or otherwise. Our Information was based on advice of officials as well as upon tho stateLater we ments of newspapers. learn wo wero in error about tho matter. Tho statement had appeared In SUPERVISED THEMSELVES. tho Louisville Courlor Journal, which later corrected It. It is unlawful Undor tho new tax law the nature to llsh with nets and seines in May of tho work of tho county board of but not with hook and line. supervisors is in some measure changed. Under tho old law this JESSE FULKKDSOX l'AROLEO board raised tho assessed valuation Jesso Fulkorson, ot Rockport, who of the property of tho county as It was sentenced to the penitentiary In saw fit, but undor tho now law tho 1915, for ten years, upon a chargo Stato Tax Commission fixes a limit of murdering Harrison Maddox, has below which tho county board may not go. This year tho minimum was been paroled. The Maddox was killed In ono of tho fixed nt ono million dollars. possum hunter raids that woro so county board nt its flrst sitting mado common' in tho lower part of tho raises amounting to about $1,100,-00- 0. At its second sitting It reduced county a fow years ago, and tho court fixed tho responsibility for tho this amount by something liko $75,-00- 0, leaving tho ralso only slightly in killing upon Fulkerson. Previous to tho possum hunters troubles Ful- excess ot tho amount fixed by tho korson had boon n good citizen, and Stato Tax Commission. The repent board ot supervisors left perhaps that fact had much to do with tho successful effort ot his a record that, so far as wo are advised, Is unique in tho history ot that friends to secure his parole. work. Tho board was willing to tako . tho samo medlclno Is dosed out to T1U3 FIRST VAGRANT. othor citizens of tho county, nnd raisIt was also Lawson Hays, of Droadway, stands ed each of Its members. at tho head ot tho list of victims ot fair enough to tako a llboral doso.aud tho recontly enacted vagrancy law. raised each of Its members in sums Doputy sheriff Doy Keown arrested ranging from $500 to $2500. Hays anil brought him hero Monday OHIO COUNTY CROPS. afternoon, and lodged him In Jail to nwnit trial. Hays is a miner, nnd acCondition of Ohio county crops, as cording to tho warrant has a wlfo and child, no vlslblo moans ot support, wo gather from County Agent Drow-de- r, is vory favorable porslstently refuses to work. and Tobacco plants aro reported vory Hays claims that ho got hurt somo-tim- o ago, slnco which tlmo ho has scarco, but it has rarely happened In been unable to work. Ho appears to this county that tho tobacco crop failed on account ot a shortage of bo about twonty flvo years old. Hays took his imprisonment philo- plants. Somo tobacco has been sophically. An hour aftor being lock- planted. Corn planting wu3 progressing ed up ho was that sound nsloop that the jailor hud somo difficulty in nicely when tho heavy rnlns of Saturawakening him for his supper. It is day and Sunday checked it up tor a probablo that tho exemption board few days. About 40 por cent ot tho will solvo Hays' case by sending him crop has been planted. A few farm-- 1 ' er report that u second planting tho army. Three battalllons of American soldiers marched through tho streets of AIRPLANE MAIL London Saturday. They were reSERVICE STARTED viewed by the Drltlsh Prime Minister nnd King George, and wero wildly May 15. Airplane cheered by the Immense crowds that Washington, mail servlco between Washington and lined the streets to get a flrst look at y New York went Into operation United States soldiers. when tho first mall carrier, piloted by Lieut. George L. Doyle, left Potomac Tho Sixty First session ot the Park for Philadelphia at 11:45 Southern Daptlst Convention is in o'clock. session nt Little Rock, Arkansas. President nnd Mrs. Wilson witnessed' tho initial start. Exterminator, a long shot, won tho Start from New York. Kentucky Derby nt Louisville SaturNew York, May 15. Airplane day. Those who took a two dollar mail service in the United States was chance on the little known three y inaugurated when n govern- year old raked down tho tidy sum of ment airplane, piloted by Lieut. Tor-re- y $02.50. H. Webb, left Dolmont Park at 11:30 a. in. for Washington, with Commonwealths Attorney Honry pouches containing some 4,000 let- DoHaven Moorman, of Hardlnsburg, ters. a soldier In tho private ranks, has 1 to-dato-da- P. M. Conference of Ranks. arrived In France. Tho American draft army, now In Franco or In tho training camps, Is reported at 1,300,000 men. Tho nssessed valuation of Daviess county property Is $32,000,000. 2S, 000, 000 pounds of tobacco has been sold on tho Owensboro loose leaf markets, at an average prlco of $15.90 a hundred pounds. For this tobacco tho farmers of tho Green river district havo been paid $4,500,- 000. Oil development in Kentucky has 412 drill becomo a largo Industry. ing outfits aro now at work In forty nine counties, and tho numbor is limited only by tho difficulty of laborors. An Increaso of about 25 per cent railway freight and passenger rates will bo mado at on early dato. n Junius Gordon Dennett, owner ot tho Now York Herald, died in Paris, 's France, Monday. It was Mr. purposo to mako tho best newspaper in tho world, and in order to escape local prejudices in directing tho policies ot tho Horald ho has lived in Paris for thirty years. Don-uett- At tho recent session ot tho Gonor-Conforonco of tho Methodist Church, South, bold at Episcopal Atlanta, Ga., tho ban on women holding olllco in tho church was lifted, unil women may now sorvo as stowarts, and us dolegutes to confer ences, district and general. However tho now regulation must, before it becomes effective, bo referred to tho several annual conforencea for cou-t- o nl flrmation. The Adjutant General has issued a call for 113 soldiers to bo sent to Camp Taylor from Ohio county about May 25. This is the largest number of men yet demanded at ono tlmo for draft service. This call will bring the number of men sent from this county up to 337. There are now 195 men of tho' flrst class on tho qualified list, and the men to bo sent will nearly exhaust clnss one. Of tho total number to qualify In class 1, 23 were colored, and of these eight have already been sent to camp. When tho last call was made tho board was ordered to exempt farmors as far ns possible, and as a result of that ordor many farmers put out crops, with the understanding they would not bo called until the crop was cultivated. Now many farmers will bo called, and some of their crops will have to be abandoned. Probably half of the number now called will be farm boys. It Is given out flint the number called is based on the total number in class 1, but In looking over the number called from other counties it appears that tho demand made on Ohio county must bo too large. The exemption board has made a register of the following named men to answer this call: mm Con Midkiff, Olaton. CIRCUIT COURT CLOSED. James Earl Plummer, Prentiss. Frank Allen Fenn, Dundee. Judge Slack adjourned court FriIra Mastlson, Asklns. day, after only a five days session. Archie D. Maddox, Rockport. Considerable equity business was disWillie E. Phillips, Centertown. posed of, but on account of tho very Frank Stewart, Reynolds Sta. busy season with the farmers Judge Ed Helfner, Llvermore. Slack thought it best not to hold tho Josph Iller, Reaver Dam. farmers for jury service. Only three Percy A. Park, Horso Branch. Jury trials were had. In one of these Ermine F. Farmer, Hartford. Loretta Brown was awarded a JudgHerbert Wedding, Narrows. ment against Delmer Evans on a James H. Ambrose, Hartford. claim for borrowed money, and Ivory Geo. P. Cooper, Hartford. Lynch was given a Judgment against Prlco Miller, Select. the Illinois Central Railroad Company Dennle Lindsey, Fordsvllle. for $200 tor assault by a train emClyde B. Chinn, Beaver Dam. ploye while a passenger on a train Wm. S. Rafferty, Beaver Dam. ot said company. In the case of Henry Mabree, Centertown. Wesley Chappel Methodist church Vernon Durham, Rockport. against Floyd Keown, in a dispute Jesse Ashford, Rosine. over the ownership of a small strip Monroe Lee, Hartford. of land, the jury failed to agree. Sammy Riden, Hartford. Dossie V. Jackson, Island. TOWN TRUSTEES APPOINTED. Virgil Klper, Balzetown. Edward Klper, Balzetown. On a petition, by the citizens of Rodney B. Fulton, Beaver Dam. Cromwell setting fourth that no Talmage Brown, Fordsvllle. election for town trustees was hold at Earnest Imur.Horse Branch. the last November election, Judge Joseph C. Tucker, Hartford. Cook appointed the following board Archie D. Hoover, Hartford. of trustees for to serve until the next Harvey Flener, Equality. election: Cleave Rains, Lonnie San-defCleatus Daugherty, Dalzetown. Cornelius Havens, Henry HavOtis Hlckey, Hartford. ens and S. J. Dunn. Joseph E. Cook, Bannock. The trustees elected for Center- Edgar L. Fltzhugh, Narrows. town either failed or refused to quali J. H. Keown, Fordsvlllo. fy, and the county court appointed Garlan F. Mooro, Horso Branch. tho following Board ot Trustees for Earnest Piilllam, Narrows. that city: C. M. Swain, W. H. Hill, Ernest Whlto, Hartford. L. D. Jackson, Orvillo Doss and L. II. Malcolm B. Fuqua, Fordsvllle. Goodall. Fred Brown, Fordsvllle. Herman Miles, McHonry. . RED CROSS DRIVE. Ira Kahu, Cromwell. Claudo Ford, Horso Dranch. Tho great, nation wldo, campaign Leo Keith, Horso Branch. to ralso $100,000,000 for Red Cross Fred A. Tanner, Hartford. work will start Monday. Ohio counJno. W. Jackson, Centertown. ty Is asked for only $4,000. This Charles E. Cox, Island. amount should be raised in one week. Slrgue G. GUstrap, Simmons. Thoro nro nearly seven thousand votLeonard Dowo, McHonry. ers in tho county, and with a Uttlo Edgar Knlper, Dalzotown. more than halt ot them joining the Josoph L. Griffith, Whltesvlllo. Red Cross tho amount would bo raisDonnio L. Frain, Pnducah. ed. So far tho women aud children Chostor R. Main, Denver Dam. havo displayed an enthusiastic Inter-- , Robert D. McDougall, Coutortown. ost in this work, and hundreds of dolRoscoo Hall, Fordsvlllo. lars will bo forthcoming from this Ed Owen, Deanfleld. source This money must bo raised, Wm. C. Douglas, Cromwell. and lot us all got busy at once and Earl Westorfleld, Whltesvlllo. put it ovor. Jesse L. Austin, Denver Dam, m Archie Cams, McHonry. MARRIAGE LICENSE. Myrtlo McCleary, Vlncennes, Ind. Birch Holland, Beaver Dam, 21, to Folix C. Birch, Horso Dranch. Nolu Parrltt, Beaver Dam, 17. Ivory Chus. Lynch, Olaton. Wavy Balzo, Renfrew, 21, to Effio Chestor Shields, Cromwell. Deo Carl Perguson, Horso Dranch. Goff, Renfrew, 15. Daniel Hill, Fordsvlllo, 24, to Joseph E. Stono, Hartford. Agnes Obenchaln, Fordsvlllo, 15. Oscar Shlolds, Cromwoll. W. C Haynes, Neafus, 29, to DelKernlo Rhoads, Deanfleld. ilah Embry, Neafus, 23. William A. Vaught, Wysox. Alva Chancellor, Rockport, 22, to Cecil Brown, Detroit, Mich. Alma Mooro, Rockport, 18. Ola M. Keown, Hartford II. N. Phelps, Cromwell, to Lottlo Isaac C. Bozarth, Akron, Ohio. Bell Burden, Cromwell, 18. Frank Chlun, Hartford. Chester Edwards, Wysox, 20, to Wm. E. Drake, Cromwoll. Agues Canfleld, Green River, 17. Wavy B. Malln, Beaver Dam. ur, Cecil Martin, Evansvllle. Grower C. Green, Hartford. Henry L. Tanner, Hartford. Stanley Gllstrap, Select. Vascoo C Balrd, Hartford. Jesse J. Coppago, Dundee. Byron F. Iglehenrt, Centertown. Alva Evans, Fordsvllle. Cllnes Deasley, McIIenry. Win. R. Hatcher, Detroit, Mich. Delbert L. Barnard, Hartford. , Roscoo Bullock, Central City. Luther D. Jackson, Equality. George Crowo, Dalzetown. Vernon Daughn, Narrows. Alva Landrum, Dockport. Eugene R. Mollyhorn, White Run. Alva C. Chancellor, Rockport. Bob Davidson, Reynolds. Corbit L. Rowe, McIIenry. Audley E. Achlson, McHenry. Finis Croxton, Hartford. Wilbur Davison, Fordsvllle. Lawronco R. Lanham, Fordsvlllo. Herbert Kenning, Deanfleld. Wames B. Burton, Olaton. Marvin R. Durham, Rockport. H. C. Stearsman, Horse Branch. Bee Carpenter, McHenry. Carlisle W. Bennett, Narrows. Simon B. Smith, Fordsvlllo. Bethel Coppago, Dundee. ; ALTERNATES. Ira Daugherty, Renfrew. Leonard V. Curtis, Rockport. Willie Embry, Balzetown. M John E. Muffet, Narrows. Owen Daugherty, Balzetown. Wm. Alonzo Barret, Calhoun. Stanford M. Gllstrap, Select. Lincoln Geary, Echols. Nacle Crowder, Beaver Dam. Arnlt Greer, Hartford. Jesse Daniel, Hartford. watnagiowmrirMmar" mum otttti TiTnrinmriTiriiw-iMiirairTrr.rnrii- nr inwui m "awtef'. ' V- I? j. i: fl J f ill I PI I ft I. f i i". Man's Land; not human sound, for oners of war wcro compelled, mind ii.iii-i- i iu ,m,vimi nini jcar aii'l tho r ' such carry far tho heat of hammer "SPIKE GUNS" ONE illllnti nt Mm rrnii la nn Jlur ci t J' you, to bathe once n week and eat RED CROSS MAKES " .-I. ... ., f on n post, tho sharp twang of unroll parcu ui an per coin amy 1 ,, i Frankfurters and sauerkraut Instead if HUN PEACE OFFER ing barbed wlro as It catches and then I. W. W. SLOGAN of coffffco and ,' " Despite shortago of labor ' SPLENDID RECORD in in spring away voices even como as discussed, Kentucky farmers President Wilson has proclaimed a 'U through a megaphone In tho ccrlo stato of war," an nnnouncoment threo wiey nro aneaii or mo sea .,i m)4I hut these nro long drawn sighs weeks Effort Made To Reach Presi- hat penetrate the Inner consciousness Organization Aimed Blow may later stated, "conscription Statement of Expenditures thnlr work nml ronnrl ?r.' ,.r. 'lit,., l rw bo passed by Congress. their plowing nnd about 5s r dent Wilson Through Pro- and hushed murmurs that fall on the .. ..!. ..!.. .1 ... "i At Every War Work, Don't fight tho bosses; battles; Join From June, 1917 To Apr. in I'l.uiiiuK mum 1... ,iny nil itii,, ii' car of the soul, tho I. W. W. nnd fight your own." fessor In Geneva. compared to 70 por cent of Evidence Shows. 15th. 1918. I have felt n touch on tho shoulder mill .1 imp nntit tt tilnnil. Defend Murderer. though one would speak to me ns This refereneo was mnde to the finished by May 1. when thero has been no ono by. It Is (enso of Thomas Mooncy, sentenced to Prices to formers for whr,,' f London, May 10. A story of how the grave of 10,000 unburled dead, Chicago, May 10. By defeat of tho Tho Am oats, polntoos. hny, Washington. May 12 cotton ni ,,, nn attempted Gorman peaco offensive but the grinning skulls and quivering aircraft program and the selective death In connection with tho San Issued a are ghen erican Hod Cross below for Kontn, directed toward President Wilson wns jelly or tho few rags thnt flutter In servico net, together with the practice Francisco propardness parade In nn "" statement of the rendition of Its wnr the United States: turned down Ignonilnlotisly by Prof. tho wind arc not tho comrades that of sabotage In tho tronches In Franco ottlcinl organ under dnto of April o1( fund on April 15, 191S 1017: Huron, nn American living in Geneva, wo knew. I STATE. think their spirits hover and tho factories nt home It was in .lime, 1917, nu appeal wni made "There Is In this development of Prlcos 191S Is told by tho Swiss correspondent of near, 1917 U for they cannot go to their nbld- - hoped by tho Industrial Workers of tho Moonoy trial a lesson for tho to tho American people for funds and Wheat . . tho dally mall In his dispatch dated ;ng ,nce t vIctory ,, ))0cn won f 2. 10 $ 2fi.' tho World to crumblo America's war l workers of Anierlrn that thoy must more than fl 00.000, one wm 1 1.G3 Corn . . . . at Anno Mnssse, on tho France-Swis- s m They are evor seeking to plorco the plans, according to cvldonre presented organize their cronomlc power wwk. This inonoy within for the y o s; OaU 1.05 frontier. Prof. Heron is described ns veil of sense so that they may add by' tho government In the sedi plus the intcreM obtained nn It mnde a friend of President Wilson. LOG Potatoes . 2 V, tious conspiracy trial of I. W. W. destruction of capitalism, of which their strongth to our arms, and those relief purpose u Hay perjury and legal murder Is but one available for wnr Tho German government, accord- make to us of No Man's Land "no Icadors. 24.90 lfi 1'.!: total off iio.i3-i.nen- . ing to tho correspondent, tried 10 gut strange place," Egg Tho 112 defendants listened Intont- - of tho manifestations. 0 0.38 and glvo to our son" 'Moony shall not hang!' hns rereport a of April IB, While tho pence offers sent to the president UNITED STATES des encouragement until the Land of ly during presentation of the great appro through Prof. Heron, who was visited No Mnn vnnlshes and our possession mass of documentary evidence which cently become tho slogan of the or f 10.5 15.31 7. Gl available for 191S Prlco I9i; part of tills ganized labor of America. This priation a conalderabli' on April 19 by Pror. Quldde. of j Wheat ., f S.0.1G f 2 459 of tho enemy characterised conscription as a chal- should now bo reaches to tho barrier changed to 'the Iihs baon allotted since the reiHirt wan Com . . . Munich, n friend of Count von Hert-lln- g, lenge to the worklngman, advocated 1 CnO 1.557 named wiro. wnr perjurers who swear nway the compiled mid nt the normal rntu the Imperial German chancellor. 0.SG oats 0 71 always holds foars for the spiking of guns and spoiling of pow- life of Tout Moonoy shnll hang!' " Darkness of appropriation this balance will Prof. Quldde wns accompanied by tho human heart, and It is the unknown der and termed the uniform of tho " ?i"5 Potatoes 0.S01 have been virtually all allotted, by pacifist, Dr. Jong van Beck. danger Dutch Hay 17.07 l;' 9 quail soldier "the livery of the scab herd that makes tho bravest Tho proper food for one mnn mav Juno 1, 10 IS. I'rof, Quldde said ho had come to pre- and not so many are cowards In tho er." ( CoM 0.2S5 '",) bo all wrong for nuothor. A recapitulation of the American Every pare tho way for a merciful peace and daylight. o :io Egg! . . . 0.31 Hut who can tell which Started Lumber Strike. one should udopt a diet suited to hi Bed Croas war fund on April lfi, pave Prof. Heron to understand that holds tho more peril for tho soldier? "Why Not Ask the Lumberjack?" ago and occupation. Those who shows: he spoke for Chancellor von Hcrtllng He facos the terror that cometh by wns the hoading of an article In an have wonk stomachs need to bo "MKirr .mi: in:m: ix in uTotal Bed Croaa war fund receipts j and tic German Foreign Office. Ho nlght.tho destruction that walketh by olllclal organ of August S, 1 1 7, In earoful nnd should eat slowly to April IK, 101S, Including Inter professor that assured tho Amcrlcnn . . .. ....ii.. day, and the pestllenco that wasteth iwiiiiu lillllllMKIIIim. (II Ml i ir. the peace party in tho Reichstag was at noonday. But night Is often kind which authorities wcro quoted as say-lu- g and masticate their food thoroughly. est $ 110,134.300.17. inel. Illinois, who Is In the ,; the nation's nlrcraft program It Is also important that they keep Less refunds to Chapters, etc. f about to gain predominance In ly It brings tho balm of sleep to our wouui ue delayed n year unless a their bowels regular. When they be dapftrtment nt Cnmp Shelln j and that ho wished to prepare tired bodies and covers coarseness strike In the Northwost lumber ill- - come constipated or whon they feel Net available for appropriation writes the following President Wilson to take advantage and filth with a softening veil. The Kaiser called tho Devil up trlcts was settled In two weeks dull nnd stupid after entlni:. thev 92. 7.13. 29 1.1.1. of that auspicious moment. No Man's Land at night Is more "This is an open ndmisilun Hint we should take Chamberlain's Tablets to On the telephone one dn Total appropriation to date f82,-217,- 9 Germany's Proposals beautiful than by day, for wo need have tied up the program," said the strengthen the stomach and move the The Klrl at central listened to 13. S2. Gornmny, Prof. Quldde said, was we do not see article. All they had to say. bowels. They aro oasy to take and Balance available for appropriation willing to make tho following torms: not know of tho horror and It shuts us off from sight of our "And to minors, Woodrow Wilson pleasant In effect. m April 1, 191S $10,515,317.(11. First To grant autonomy to ouemles and lets us feel that the wall says, 'If you slacken or fall, armies -- a . Appropriations by the War Council Hello, she hoard tho Kaiser U'liC, within the limits of the Is thick and strong that stands be and stntesmen are helpless,' " road a Is Old Man Sntnu homo? AUSTRIAN MINISTER of the American Red Cross, from Its German empire, provided the allies tween our homes and women kin and previous notice to members presented appointment by President Wilson on Jiiftt tell him It Is Knlser Bill would not broach tho subject of savagery and bestiality of the by the government. Thnt wants him on tho 'photic "KIght you are. .llilllls. For. Enrlj Peace May 10. 1917, to March 1. 191S. at tho peace conference. the ravaged tho homes and Woody! When the cat To lie Made. wore: k peace monster who Second The women of Belgium and sits on the pick handle, bras buttons raped Belief work France, total f30,- - The Devil said. Hello, to Bill. treaties not to be discussed at the Franco. the must go." Amsterdam, May 11. The hope 93G, 103.04. And Bill said, how nro you'' peace conference, although the allies beauty, I'm running hero a boll on earth, "Whether the United States get that general peace negotiations will Belief work Holglum, total might submit claims for the revision But if there's horror, there's wonder; Into this war or not does not alter the follow the Rumanian peaco was e So toll mo what to do. of them, and Germany might make The trench light gleam and the fact that Industrial organization Is pressed by the n for Belief work Italy, total certain concessions. rockets play. the crying need." Special Prosecu- eign minister Count Burlan In replyWhat can I do. the Devi said, Third No economic war against That flood of magnificent orange yon- tor Nebeker read from one of the ing to an address presented by muMy Dear Old Kaiser Bill. Belief work Russia, total f Germany after the war. der seized documents. "One big union nicipal olllcials at Budapest, accordIf there's a thing that I can do Fourth German colonies to be reIs a battery blazing miles away. is the power that can disband one big ing to a dispatch from thnt city to To help you, I sure will. Belief work Roumanla. total stored. army." the Frankfurter Zeltung. Prof. Quldde asserted that the pres"Our king hitherto has seized every The Knlser said, now listen "Too Patriotic To Enlist." Relief work Sorbin, total ent offensive in France had the ultipossibility of peace," said Baron Hur-aAnd I will try to toll mate objective of achieving a durable ITALIANS NOW HAVE "I belong to tho I. W. W. because I "He is determined emphatically Relief work Great Britain, total The way that I am running peace. am patriotic," read ono of the alleged to seek every opportunity to conrludi $3. 2G0. 230.75. On enrth n modern hell. American's Reply IN FRANCE anti-wa- r documents. "Patrioti.-does Belief work Other Foreign, total Prof. Heron, tho Dally Mall correnot mean murder, but war does. I If possible, an honorable and lasting peace with our enemies. We are now $4,47G.:iOO.UO. I've saved for this for many years, spondent writes, after listening to the am too patriotic to enlist." Relief work For Amorlcnn prisAnd I've started out to kill. German educator, exclaimed: Only a few days before the time set on tho lookout for peaco without Used To Swell for registration under the selective wishing to bind ourselves by dolinVi- - oners In Germany, ?3Gl,GGI.0n. That It will bo a modern Job "I wonder that you have the ef- Soldiers Equipment and expenses of Red You loave to Kolser Hill x frontery to ask me to lay such a service act, the publication, Solidarity, nnd restrictive formulas. Our deter Gen. Foch's Reserve rigmarole of cant deceit before the later suppressed, distributed to tho mined perseverance has brought us Cross personnel sent abroad, f201,- Army. My army went through Belgium, American people. Far from creating membership and throughout the thus far; with tho sword in one hand 300.00. Relief work United Stair. Sri. Shooting women nnd children a spirit of conciliation, it would simcountry an article bitterly attacking aiil the olive branch in the other, ur 732.12.1. ::7. down; ply strengthen the American will to America's entrance into the war. It shall hold on." The foreign minister said he would Restricted as to use by donor f We tore up nil her country, Washington, May 10. Italy's con- opposed the draft law and declared: smash tho perfidious and nefarious 57. And Mowed up all her towns. tribution to the reserve army Gon. olfer of such proposals. "As long as the Kaiser can bo made do his utmose to contribute to tiij atWorking capital for the purchase "Tho United States intends to con- Foch is building up behind the lines the scapegoat for the hideous realties tainment of this end. of the supplies for resale to chapters My Zopps. dropped bombs on cities, capitalism can pose as a tinue the fighting until the Prussian in France for supremo emergency of for shipment Killing both old and young. nearly a quarter of a white angel of purity." $15,000.-000.0abroad. $100 Reward, $100 military power and, if necessary, the uses numbers The readers of this paper will be And those the XcppollnR didn't get Various means of breaking down Prussian state along with it, is ex- million men. official dispatches y Pleased to Working cash advances for France Wore lakon trot nnd hung. tinguished forever as a power for ay, and the force is being strengthen- tho military machine by a campaign one dreadedlearn that there la nt least disease that sclenco has of destruction and tho teaching of been able to cure In all Its stages and and United States, f 4.2SC.000.00. evil, whether It takes ono year or ten. ed steadily. Catarrh I stnrtcd out for Paris. Another dispatch quotes a state- discontent were referred to In some that Is catarrh.constitutionalbeing greatly "If you call the remorseless sacriuuuencca uy conditions requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Itoail to Hiipphiets, ment made by premier Orlando upon of the matters placed on record. With the aid of poisonous gns; fice of 2,000,000 men a peace offenCatarrh Medlclno Is taken Internally Be amiable, cheerful and good M- The Belgians, darn them, stopped us. sive and If you want the United States his return from France, where ho atUrge Practice or Sabotage. acts thru the Blood on the Mucous nnds of the System And would not let us pass. to recognize your shelling of Parisian tended the Interallied war council. "The patriotic I. W. W. member the foundation of Urn thereby destroying atured an you are much more likely to disease, cl vine "I have conversed with the highest does not saulto the flag " said one congregations and churches as a part You will llnd this dllll-cul- t, 8,renBth ,bK I'Ulldlni; up the the bo happy. iind ossls'lni; nature In dolnirlts if not Imposslble.howt'vor, whon My submarines aro devils. of It you aro making a monstrous mllltaryicoinmandcrs of the Entente paragraph. "He .slows down productX?.rik,i TJ? Proprietors have so much you aro constantly troubled with conWhy. you should see them fight, armies." said tho premier, "and while ion by practicing sabotage. Ho proves and foolish blunder. wJinrtr hi n' lclne, that tnoy offer One stipation. "When I listen to your false and nking, into consideration the possible his loyalty by intelligent rebellion." Take Chamberlain's Tab- They go sneaking through tho sea, any to cure. Send for list ofca.e that It falls lets and get And will sink a ship on sight. testimonials. rid of that and it will be treacherous overtures I feel ashamed surprises and fluctuations of tho war, Address F. J. CHRNF.T ft CO.. Toledo. Evidence was introduced to show Ohio. Sold by all Druggist. easy. These tablets not only move they expressed full confldeneo that that of humanity." c. authorized articles published the bowels, but Improve the appetite I knew that you would tell 1110 the German will not repch their April 7. 1017, described Americans Pmfessor Lt'ft Wei'iiliiR Gen, who wero and strengthen the digestion. Prof. Quldde, adds tho correspond- essential slateglc objectives. m 'Till a year or so ago. LOSSES HAL taken prisoner when tho APRIL When a man called Woodrow Wilson ent, left tho house weeping. Tho next Foch has In common with tho groat commerce raider sunk tho OF TOLL FOR .MOXTII . I1M7 Esmeralda Wrote me to go more slow. week Prof. Heron was besieged by commanders the power of drawing as "bowery cow punchers recruited CROP STATEMENT. new offers by telephone, one of the resh strength from difficulties nnd to from Hlackwell's Island workhouso." Washington. May 10. Olllclal r William, speakers says he was Dr. W. S. Zolf, maintain his energy in proportion to Kentucky farmers now havo a pros- Ho says to "Our American heroes taken pris- - French statistics on tho submarine Wo don't want to mako you soar. German Colonial minister. warfaro received hero In it dispatch pect ror 1.1,38 1,1)00 bushels of wheat, Prof. the danger. "Tho questions deriving from y Heron talked straight to all of them, from Franco show that the his year, compared to O.OOO.OOObush- - So bo sure to toll your Not to sink our ships no moro. k tailing thorn among other things that Italy's participation to tho recent miltotal losses of allied mm, ,,...i,.,i ols last enr, unless bad weather or ships, inclining accidents pests should seriously Interfur. Wheat United States no longor wants itary agreements was discussed and "tho nt sea Wo hnve told you for the last tlmo, peace. It wants to sweep out tho Important resolutions were adopted. wore approximately only one-hal- f as now looks lino throughout the state, So, Dear Hill, It's up to you, great during April this year as In and farnuirs report a condition of 101 Anglican stables at Potsdam." I'rof. I can not glvo particulars about this, April 1917. por cont on tho basis of loo nor cent And ir you do not stop It, Horon, the dispatch adds, told the but I can stato that in this respect You have got to light up, too. atory to the correspondent Attention nlso is called to tho representing what they would have and Italy remains part of tho miliary and . fatft that each time tho Germans expected, under reasonably laughed trluntplnntly. Ho said ho be- lolitlcal union of the Kntento nations, luvorablo I did not llHtun to hlm, have mado nn offensive on land thoy conditions. lieved the Germans were at last con- which grows more firm and more By Tho condition mv l. And lie's coining after me mnde u corresponding effort with 1917 was G9 pur cent vinced that tho United States Intends intimate with tho growth of tho U'tli million Yankee soldiers to stay In tho wur until its righteous danger and with tho importance of their submarines. Thus durinir tbn There nro 93.1,000 acres of wheat Winona, Minn. From their home across tho sea. our decisions. Ono fnct is now estab- than a year from "I suffered formoro second half of March tho In Kentucky this spring, objects are achieved. after allownumber nervousness, nnd wns Tho Prof. Qulddu refored to nliovo lished, that tho conference of Abbe so oau x could not and activities of submarines In ing 2 por cent olf ror ubaiidoiimuiil. ville recognized a united front from is probably Prof. Ludwig Quiddo, a rest at nicht creased. Tho first half or April Last year 750.000 acres nnnulnml for Now, that's why I called you. Satnn, I would lie awane and marked a very hlitorlan of the University of Munich, tho sea to tho Adriatic not only as an distinct lessoning, at- harvest In this state after 10 per cent I For want nil vice from you; get so nervous I ct know that you would tell mu aspiration, but as an effectlvo in tlio Havarian capital. Gorman .bsf-awould havo to get tributed to tho counter efforts of of tho crop had to hit abandoned. J nut what I ought to do. The United States winter wheat up and walk around tho Allies. Chuncollur von Hoitllng is n Hava- reality." and in the morning 3 In April Inst year G:il,GS5 gross crop Is now estimated at ;ii;,:i92,000 rian, and was forinaly Havarian prima would bo all tired tons wero minister. lost, whllo thos April's fig- acres compared to 27,1.10,000 at'iim My Dour Old Kaiser William, Get Hid of Vour Khcuuiittlsiu. out. I read about There's not much for mo to toll, May 1, 1917. The ciiiiillllou May I Prof. Ludwig Quldde was a dolo-Vit- o Lydia E. Pinkham'a ures aro 381,631. Submarine Now is tho time to get rid of your now aro inoro costly for the this year Is 8G.4 per cent rotiipaniil lo For tlio Yanks will muko It hottor to tho twentieth universal peaco Vogotnblo Comrhouinatism. You will find ChamThan I can for you In hell. pound and thought onoiny. tho dspatch points ranforoncn at the Hague In tho fall of Tin. out. ow 1. 1- .- per cent jmy l. 1017 berlain's Llninieiit a great help. Tho i wouw try It-- My ing to tno fact that the 1013. In moving hefoio that conferUnited States production of winter attacki nervousness aoon relief I've been n mean old dovll, T ence a proposal for gradual disarma- many which it affords is alono worth l(ft. nn olnnn cniony made with torpedoes instead wheat now promises to bo 572,5:19,-00timos its cost. m well nnd feel fine in tho But not hair ns mean ns you, ment Prof. Quiddo sovoruly blamed morning and of gunflro, as was tho caso boforo bushels unless unfavorable connblo to do my work. I Hadly recomAnil the minute thnt you get horo Germany for tho Incieaso In arma mend Lydia E. Pinkhan?s Vegetable morchant ships wcro adequately and ditions develop hereafter. Lust your 1 will givo my Job to you. tho United States production of win ments of Europe. Ho said that thero A PUZZLER. Compound to make weak nerves oillcieiitly armed. strong. " Mrs. Alhert Sultze, C03 ter wheat was 4 18.070,000 bushels, would havo been no lncroaso by Franco but for tho action of Germany. ufter 31 por cent or the crop had to 111 bo ready ror your coming, A Frenchman, boasting In company Olmstcad St., Winona, Minn. How often do wo hear tho exnression Best Hcnicdy for WliooplnB Cough. And I'll keep tho flros all bright. bo abandoned bocuiiso or bad condioo-- that ho had thoroughly mustered tho among women, "I am so nervous, I can"Last winter when mv limn i, tion, whllo ubaiidoninent this snrini' And I'll havo your room nil ready English language, was asked to wrlto not sleep," or "it seems as though I lml mo ...i. ...... l.n wiiuopmg cough I guvo When the Yanks begin to light. him is only 13.7 per cent of the ncreugo niauiii uy." &uch women should profit Chamborlaln's tho following dictation: FOR FLETCHER'S Cough Ly Mrs. Sultze's experience and givo Remedy " sown. "As Hugh Hughs was hewing a this famous root and herb remedy, writes, Mrs. J. B. Itoborts. East St f yulo-lo- g Production of rye In the United For tho boys in khnkl will got you, from a yew-treu man Lydm E. Pinkham'a Vegetable ComLouis, in. ..It kopt 1 havo m C011Kh Iuow; nothing more to toll; States promises to bo 11 now high ro- dressed in clothes of n dark huo came pound, a trial. and relieved him of thoso NIGHT IX NO MAX'S LAND. dreadful coril tins year, with 82.G29.000 bush- Hang up the 'phono anil get your hat For forty years it has been overcomup to Hugh and said, Mlavo you seen coughing spoils. It is tho only cough ing such And meet 1110 hero In hell. els computed to 00,145,000 bushols my owes?" 'If you will wait until I ments, serious conditions as displacemedlclno I keep in the house inflammation, ulceration, irreg" (Capt. B. Hugh Knyvott In Scribner's how this yow. I will go In 1917. Kentucky bus also Increaswith you uny- - ularities, periodic pains, backache, dizI havo the confldeneo In Jt." ed her acreage of rye Mugazlno.) whero In Europe to look for your ziness, nnd nervous prostration of and has a fine remedy Is nlso good for colds women, and is now considered the stanTho.ro aro strange sounds In No owes,' said Hughs." prospect ror a good crop. Tho acre. -Blts. FOR FLETCHER'S dard remedy for such ailments. m ago In this stuto is 33,000 acres KNOCKOUT GIVEN -.- ce .... , I 1 auli-scrlb- to-da- -- M .' .... 5 - ! : Gor-lnn- Alsac- e-Lorraine Alsac- e-Lorraine Brest-LItovs- Austrn-IIungnrla- 1,200.-90(5.5- 7. fS9t-5S0.7- n. 250,000 m y, 0. to-da- Stir-face- iiio.-Hea- to-da- WOMAN'S NERVES Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. 11 S at-ta- ks 0 -- Children Cry CASTO R A 4 ' e, ,8 so " Children Orv 4l.iJ com- - CASTORIA i)L. ximivK' 1 . m fluwmmi 1" -- -. i TjBBJHHMjjf'AfJHBwj mUHmtl ,tf4MjftmLAMJMJehfa&' j i aKt ' Tff- 11 flinii Jkm was to haw spcclnl advantages t'nltotl Stntcfl Is horeby respectfully SELECTS of I oralum's association and requested to recommend a. dny of pub-- ! REJECTED friendship wli the President. lie humiliation, prayer and fasting, .. l.n Ncgotlat. i.h between ..1 iiy !. iiuupiu TO U8 GUARD DUTY llorglum, VISIONED BY I. W. W. I... 1.. uinurvuu I... mu hAi.nlA uie mo hi imj Hugo Glbsi. (onnected with tho BritL'nltod Stales with rollglous solomn-ilt- y ish War Mi m In the United States, ii and tho offorlng of forvont and Konyo.i Mix, of tho Dodge Manuto Almighty God for the wtfo-,t- y In Pipe Dream Leader Sees and wolfnro of our cfiiiso, Ills blosa-In- 12,000 Unfit For Regular facturing t i.inpany, of Wisconsin, began lasi December, tho docuArmy To Go Into New on our arms, and n speedy resPresident And Cabinet ment show A statement by Mix, Intoration of an honorable and lasting Militia. In Flight. cluded in the document, tells how ho ponce to tho nations of tho earth; ' nnd, wlthdrow alter becoming suspicious of llorglum s activities, nnd reported "Whereas, It linn nlwnys been tho Washington, Mny 11. Organiza- tho affair to Howard Coffin, then head Chicago, Mny 11. At adjournment rovorcnt habit of tho pcoplo of the jn tion of tho United Stntes guards wns of tho aircraft production board. ' of tho trial of 112 IihIiih-trl- United Stntes to turn In humhlo apy by the Wrtr DepartHoiglum's Assets. Workurs of tho World, chnrged peal to Almighty God for Ills guld-nnc- o resumed mllltln bureau. Tho depart"i Willi HudltlouH conRplrary tho Rovorn- A sum m.i ry of the negotiations In tho affairs of their common ment's ment hns plnccd at tho disposal of signed by Henry Hnrrlson Suplcc.who 'incut hnd vlrtunlly completed Intro- life; duction of printed matter itelzcd "Now, thcrofore, Woodrow Wilson, MaJ. Gen. Jcsso McCarlcr, chief of tho participated as n consulting engineer during raids last year on I. V. V. President of tho United Stntes of Am- militia bureau, 12,000 drafted men for Mix, declared llorglum was to bo ' headquartcrH In half a r oro of cities erica, does hereby proclaim Thursdny. who, after training with tho national represented in tho corporation by a throughout tho United States. Mon tho HOth dny of Mny, a day already guards or national nrmy divisions, Mr. Harris, and that Dorglum's "solo physicalasset in the transaction was to bo day, it was announced, mo prosecu-- '' freighted with sacred and stimulating havo been found disqualified first, his personal frlcndsihp and astlon plans nro to read Into the record memories, n dny of public humillnton, ly for general military Rervlcc. Ilattallous. Want Twcntj-lh- o lth sociation President Wilson 'matter from tho prlvato corrcspond-i- t, prayer nnd fasting, and do exhort my It Is Intended to recruit twenty-flv- o whom ho stated he could do anything cnccc files of tho leaders of tho organ fellow-citizen- s of all faith and creeds companies each, a ho wanted with." ization, seized (luring inu hiiiiiu rains. to asscmblo on that day In their sov-er- al battalions of four project "As a futhcr nssct," Supleo's Tho story of a "vision" which camo places of worship nnd therefore, otal of 15,000 men. When tho wns first approved some weeks ago, statement declares, "Dorglum gavo to Hnrrlsnn Ocorge, n defendant, and ns well as In their homes to pray Alorganized nnd ovcryono concerned In this matter to vlilcli pictured rreslilent Wilson and mighty God that He may forgive our twelvo companies were aro now In service. Volunteer enlist- understand that his position with the His cahlnet In Illght while tho I. W. sins nnd shortcomings as a pcoplo nnd ' W roso up as saviors of tho world purify our henrts to seo and lovo tho ments will bo ncccpted to n limited Ircraft production board and tho ner-larmy re section of the Slgnnl Corps, U. S. Into tho record at truth, accept nnd defend all things degree through tho regular , wns read by counsel for tho govem- - that nro Just and right, and to pur cruiting ofllcers, but only men who A., was such that ho could obtain for jBesslon prior military service nnd their uso plans nnd technical details uicnt It Is charged that tho narra pose only thoso righteous acts nnd havo had produce tho best discharges which this company could use, and vision Is tho theme, Judgments which nro in conformity who can tive, of which tho will bo eligible. thus save considerably, both in time was given wide circulation during last with Ills will; beseeching Him that battalions will be and In money In beginning operaTho twenty-flv-o proHo will give victory to our armies as mimuicr ns a part of the anti-wa- r among tho military de- tions." paganda with which momhers of tho they fight for freedom, wisdom to distributed partments ns follows: North-easter- n lf counsel on our This statement, tho documonts In charged. tho those who take organization nro 9, show, was In theso days of dark strugglo department 3, eastern department made to Mix after Dorglum vision, America's Industrial structuro south-easter- n 2, central 2, southern 5 had shown his Prcsidcntal authority wns pictured as tumbling llko a house and perplexity nnd steadfastness to and western 4. as Investigator, and ot this point the of blocks as tho result of 1. V. W. our pcoplo to make sacrlllco to the ut"'.'. Olllcers Needed. uspiclons of Mix were aroused and he producing most In support of what Is Just and sabotage against great '"hero will bo required In all 775 withdrew from tho negotiations. true, bringing us at last tho peace In plants. d -411t -. Tho documents also declare Bor-gluwhich men's hearts can be at rest be- lillcors, and theso will bo commission-upon recommendation by Gen. Cartold Mix that "through his I "Workers of all lands, arouse!" cause It Is founded upon mercy, Justter, who will base his action on the friendship with tho White Houso nnd exhorted tho printed version of the ice and good will. I "In witness thereof I hnvo hereun- result of examinations conducted by acquaintance with Mr. Gibson, tho en"vision." "Conscription Is a challenge by department com- gineer In the employ of the British We call upon workors of America and to sot my hand and caused tho seal of boards convened manders. Ministry ot Munitions, ho would havo all Involved nations (o meet conscrip- tho United Stntes to lie affixed. The services of tho organization access to the best foreign and Ameri"Dono In tho District of Columbin tion or declaration of war by general utilized to releaso an equal can designs and practices." htrlkes and Insurrection. Wo cnll up- this eleventh dny of May, In tho year will be and number of federal troops now engagSupleo's statement futher declares on you that hour to seize control of our our Lord, nineteen hundred Hreak your chains! eighteen, nnd of the Independence of ed In guard duty at munition plants that Dorglum gave him to understand all Industries. the United States tho ono hundred and shipyards. The men In the force that the personnel of tho aircraft Assert your power!" will not bo used on tho battlefields of board was "highly distasteful to htm" "Mobilisation Is crippled more nnd and Europe "for tho present," officials of and that he proposed to change it "by WILSON, WOODHOW more ns the days pass." tho pamphlet tho War Department said. liy tho President. assorting tho I. W. W. virtue of his friendship with Presicontinued after Tho United States guards will be dent Wilson" and asked Suplec to "nOIJKKT LANSING, hnd been deluged with pledges of sup"Secretnry of State." ' rmed with tho Russian rifles and am- suggest men for tho places. port nnd that world strikes wore The Federal Council of tho Church- munition nnd will carry tho old model nbout to occur. KAH.MKH'S NOTICE. otllclals are In a panic, es of Christ In America, tho general of Infantry equipment. "Federal and the rich nro (leelng from tbe secretary, tho Hcv. Charles S. aiac- On Wednesday, May 22, at 9.30 A. country In prlvato yacht. Through J'alrland announced, would contribute YKItSAlliLKS, KKKTIIIXC CKXTKIt OK ACTIVITY M. there will bo a field meeting at the sabotage hundreds of trains are stall to enrry out tho President's proclaExperience Field, near Greenville, ed, wheels of Industry have ceased to mation by preparing a common proIn Louisvllc Ky., In Muhienburg County. Dean tiirn, cities arc dark and troops are gramme for all Protestant churches (Ily Robert S. Domain Herald.) disbanding for lack or food. for use on Memorial dny. Cooper and Prof. George Roberts, Tho Human Catholic churches will - Paris, April 20 (by mall). Auay." both of tho Kentucky Agricultural "Senate Vervallles, during tho present College, and other noted agricultural and his cabinet Issuo a message to their parlshoncrs. "Tho President offensive, is a seething center of ac- speakers will bo there and make o leave secretly on a yncht for paVts untivity, iris hero that tho Inter-Allie- d CHICAGO PASSKNGKH talks. tho Senate fades away." known; THA1NS DISCO.VI ixui:d War Council meets dally. Their sesTho Experience Field Itself is well viovernment attorneys declare the sions aro held in the Trianon Palace worth the trip of our farmers to seo nrticle was In effect a promise of reoverlooking tho meadows tho different results of fertilizer and 13. Director Hotel May Washington, sults that would be obtained if tho ordered cur- which stretch westward toward the croji rotation treatment, nnd when ngalnst tho war" were properly General McAdoo "war by their crop yields will show tailment of transcontinental passen- Petit Trianon and tho Hamlet where conducted. ho ladles of the French court amused you ninny things in regard to Soli As Into ns September 1, Just before ger schedules from Chicago west, efraid fective Juno 2, to save 11.72S.000 themselves at playing as villagers a Fertility nnd working out their own the government's natlon-wld- o was membership Informed rain miles a year by eliminating com- century and a quarter ago. conditions. the Quartered in tho hotel 'are the I would like for ns many of our through Solidarity that "the future petition nnd cutting down running staffs of all the allies. Italian off- farmers and others who can to arnow belongs to labor, nnd no power schedules. Tho curtailment, with rcductons icers brush shoulders with American range to take that day off and go and on earth can mnke it otherwise." prevously mnde, are expected to re- ofllcers in the corridors of tho trans- seo and hear. It will moro than pay Sneer At Krunre. outside American for tho loss ot time. Wo can got cars "Tho sky Is bright with the red sult In a saving of nbout $18,000,-00- 0 formed hotel, while n year. Under tho new arrange- military chauffeurs of Italian descent .anil leavo hero by 7.30 A. M. and get morning of freedom. Tlmo will prqvo ment thCSanta Fo will bo tho prin- exchango tho gossip of tho dny with there in time, and return tho same that more history was made In soldiers of Italy who day. I would llko fqr as many us Ariz., and Butte, Mont., than In cipal road carrying passenger traf- tho green-cla- d Chicago to Los Angeles, pilot Italian staff officials back and can to make up cars In their neighhills of France," fic from nil tho shell-swetho Chicago & Northwestern, Union fourth from tho front. In a barrncks borhood and go. You can't afford to tho papor asserted. Pacific and Southern Pacific to San nearby aro quartered soldiers of all miss this opportunity. Thoso who A resolution drawn up by tho genItalian, French, 'can't arrange for cars can confer with nnd tho allied nations. Uurlington tho executive board opposing war Francisco; eral American, Portu- mo and 1 will do all I can to help you was placed in tho records over ob Northern Paclllc to Portland, Ore., Belgian, nrltlsh, Montenegrin, oven arrange seats from hero if you will of counbol for tho defenso who and tho Chicago, Milwaukee & St. guese, Serbian, jection Hrazllinn, Greek, Cuban and Japanese let mo know in Unto. Don't forgot declared there was no ovldonca show- Paul to Seattle. Fast trains wll mnko tho trip to officers pass along tho street in a be the date, Mny, 22. It wns adopted latt July as coning W. W. BROWDER. all four Pacific coast terminals ih wildering variety of uniforms. tended by tho prosecution On one of tho great avenuos of Ver-sallseventy-tw- o hours and secondary County Agent. a thousands of touring cars are &trains In seventy eight hours. faros now charged on a few fast lined up. They streatch away in ltlCIIMO.Nl BANDITS 8 rows ton cars wldo on both sides of trains will bo eliminated. ESCAPE WITH $5,000 Mull schedules will bo rearranged tho avonue for block after block and For Infants and Children pf pollus nnd a parity for Richmond, Va., May 11. Four Bri Use For Over Years to establish Intermediary all tho ter nro guarded by dozens from Cochlu-Chlncommorel.it French colonial troops minals and unshod men entered a poolroom In j?.ways bears A small nrmy could be movod renters bo that tho new plan will not the heart of tho business district the discriminate agaiust any city. Tho rapidly In theso squadrons of American- lie re Signature of robbed the occupants of cars. reduction are to he offnetod mainly -built .bout $5 00 In cash and Jewelry val-.-o-The froquont nlr raids on tho dis- ued at local by taking off a nuiubur of and escaped in a NATIONAK MIJMOHIAI. DAY traffic to tho trict of Paris have caused the state trains and adding their automobile. DKDUATUI) VOW I'U.IYICH Ihrounh tralni. whose length and to take precautious for the protection Tho ui'M outered the crowded room runnng schedule consequently will of the treasures at Versailles. The with guns drawn and while one stood May 11. .National be increaatxl. Washington, deep windows of the Grand Palnee guard f the door, the others lined Memorial day, Thursday, May 80. U Tho public will be adequately are being blocked with sandbags the occup ints agninst the wall and redesignated by President Wllaon In a served under the now arrangement, and the innumerable statueo, foun- lieved mem of all valuables. As-- the y as n day proclamation Issued an tains, marble vases and other works oool in i Is on tbe second floor of Id a Hullroad Administration of public humiliation, prayer and nouncement, hut probably more up of art are being roofed over with .the building the robbers were able fasting The puoplo of the nation are per berths will bo sold. A similar wooden scaffolding on which aro piled to opoivto without fear ot Interrupnsked to gather that dny in their curtailment Is now being worked out brush nnd sandbags. tion from tlnv outside. placesVof worship and pray for the for Southwestern territory. About When they had conipletod their armies which sn.OOO.OOO train lulloa already have IXVKSTKJATOIt TO victory of tho American work, the throe moti hastened to tho UK lNVKSTWATKI) street, whllo will bring penco founded upon morcy, liooii saved In tho Kastorit district. the fourth hold the justice and goood will. crowd at bay with his revolver. Ho WAS OX TO II IM. Washington, Mny 10 Tho flood- backed slowly downstairs while tho Tho proclamation, Issued In y light of publicity was turned to n resolution by Cougross, others got into tho automobile, which Tho lato John G. Johnson, tho Phil ipon tho activities, of Gutson llorglum had been left around tho , follows: coinoi. As "By tho President of tho United adelphia lawyer, was onco engaged in tho sculptor, whllo ho was Investigat- tho machlno passoil the place tho a case whero a certain cantankerous ing tho aircraft production situation guard leaped In States. and tho men drovo old woman horo witness for tho op- as tho personal agent of President away. "A proclamation. "Wuoroiuj, tho Congress of tho position. Wilson. m Her testimony concluded, tho old Lottors, telegrams and sworn stateUnited States, on tho second day of STILL WAITING. April last, passed tho following Woman proposed to loavo tho witness ments placed In tho hands of Sonators box, hut Mr. Johnson said: Mntsby I used to think I would from the official llles of tho War De"Hold on, madam, I've ono or two partment show that Horglum's own know Just how to manage my wlfo "Resolved by tho Senato (tho Houso Inventions failed of test nnd that when 1 got her. oC Representatives conourrlng) that, questions to ask you." Tho old woman did not halt In hor whllo acting ns tho President's agent Howies Has your system proved 'lOeliB a 'My peculiarly Incumbent he carried on negotiations for tho to bo a failure? In ft time of war humbly and devoutly departure "No, you don't," sho said. "Nono formation of an aircraft corporation to acknowledge our depondenco on Mntsby No; the system is all Almighty God and to Implore His uld o' yer questions for mo. You uln't in which he wns to bo a silent partner, right, so fnrns I know. Sho hns never and which, the statiuents declare, let mo try it. mid protection, tho Presldont of tho t on our Kldo." Chicago Heruld. so REVOLT OF II. S. 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Pupils may enter at any time and receive proper classification, J i' SI IISK (Incorporated) ( !c::ottt?wr' o.mrtt MEMimaptAi OWENSBORO KY. ;itiiniTBTtifnirri mimkMmmmmnm,rfmKmmiaMmmmmmmmmimm)m'ii' l(MUtJMfSS ?.mn i, jxtA Mftor-",- a 1. i I money must como from tho rockets ,The Hartford of tho pooplCi nm, tho pcol0 cnn bu. the bonds only by practicing tho mo.it rigid economy. Every penny saved Published Weekly by HARTFORD PRINTING- COM PAX V to Invest In thrift stamps or Liberty bonds Is another nail driven in tho Incorporated W. S. TINSLEY, jcoflln of tho fiendish Hun. SMITH, C. E. Republican ! BIG TAX PAYERS OF OHIO COUNTY Mrs. Simon Jones $2. 0!S George B. Phlpp, Bon Johnson Colored for Coiinl.t. 2,243 S25 Frank Render I Imvo boon ' President Sec.-Trea- s. Editor JOHN HENRY THOMAS Associate Editor AY. S. TINSLEY, nnd Business- Milliliter. - m Mi f i t u n t 1 sf i I . ' i? 4' It 4r C f r Wo have a sort of penchant for ruminating on tho assessor's book. It Entered nccortllnB rostofflce, Hartford, Ky., as mall contains much interesting informamatter of tho second class. tion, and if we had spaco wo would publish It in full. Wo are offering to Address all communications this week a list of tho highest throe single tax payers In each of tho preTho Hartford Republican. cincts for which we could nnd a The books for a few prerecord. vvrtr-i- ' Tn siTimrifiHKiis. STRAY STREAKS The aswere not obtainable. cincts cxiMMTiiwirn iipfilrlnir tho nancr sent sessed valuation of tho tax payers glvo the old to a now address must (By Fluke McFluko.) property Is not always a correct Index address in making the request. Many men have o his actual wealth. Business Locals ana xsouces ius per line, nnd 5c per lino for addition Footna Bozarth, says the Board corporate or partnership investments nl insertion. that are listed as such, nnd tho sum that examined him, up In Ohio, was Cards Obituaries, Resolutions and The condition of Ohio county roads so Invested does not show In their so anxious that he pass the exam' so of Thanks, 5c per lino, money In adpersonal lists. Tho largest throe that he could take a whack at Bill vance. Is deplorable, and tho more deplorarimrpii Xntlees for services free, single tax payers in the following Kaiser, of Berlin, they deducted 1 'i 5c per line ble feature Is. there is no immedlnte but other advertisements, Inches from his two ends In order to Anonymous communications will prospect for improvement. The samo prcclincts are: get his general make-u- p to balance, d receive no attention. system or roan woriung is uuiuk East Hartford. $2S,355 proportionately speaking. in this county that was employ- J. W. Ford, S.19S ed by our grand fathers in tho days Henry Pirtle TELEPHONES. Some doggone, undermining Guy 12j C.702 of tho wooden mould board and the R. E. L. Simmerman Cumberland went nnd sold our wlfo a blame lnwn Mutual crude Farmers pruning hook, except in those Wot Hartford. mower whilst we were llshln last times the hoes were shop made, and Mrs. Geanctto Felix, $22,425 week. heavy, and now many road hands F. L. Felix 13,075 . . .MAY 17 FRIDAY. use tho gooso neck. Few, If any, Mrs. J. A. Caldwell 9,130 Dr. Joe Taylor, Rowan Holbrook, other counties In the State employ Sulphur Springs Roll Riley nnd Mr. C. R. Reed, "the such primitive methods of road reIt is true that salvation is free, but $10,230 latter a visitor here, from Coal Creek, Renfrew In passing out of Ohio Mark pairing. S.S30 Tenn." went to Taylor Lake, over In those on their way to heaven ought to county Cox into any adjoining county tho Albert own be willing to at least pay their 7,0,2 Butler county, llshlng Wednesday, county lino J. B. Mitchell, traveler can locate tho traveling expenses. and below is an exact and Jrue picMuxnii. by the Improved condition of tho $4,471 ture of the string of fish caught by bondholder" was a term roads. There Is no Just excuse for J. H. Miller "Bloated 2,010 the four anglers: It is true that labor A. Whltehouse of derision only a few years' ago, and this condition. 2.73S bond- is scarce and teams difficult to pro- W. A. Taul are 17,000,000 now there cure, but what money Is spent and Croinvtell. holders in the United States. "NOTHING" $C,733 what labor is done by the antiquated J. X. Loach, campaign "hand" plan, should be handled by B. F. Flener C.277 The management of tho ask--e- d method and system. The one ques- J. J. Stewart 5.S71 for the sale of thrift stamps has We asked Roll for a kodak picture Cool Spring: Ohio county to take $000,000 tion that admits of no argument Is, "We will take some road work should bo placed under W. M. Brown, ?27.0S9 of the bite and he says as how the of them. worth a single responsible head. A trained G. W. Canfield 9.333 only bito they had being bottled, nnd of them. 4, OSS Dr. Joe and Rowan getting tho first road engineer is imperative to order J. W. Bowles focus, Reed and himself got what the has Just passed a bill au- and system in handling the road ques Congress South Roekport. thorizing the President to reorganize tion. $C,7C0 ;Kid shot at. Phil R. Robinson, We 5,236 Eva B. Johnson, the government departments. A friend of ours has a friend, GONE TO 1IATTIE CREEK suggest that he begin on the post-oill4.G12 P. S. Coleman whoso wife's friend told a friend of department. Select. Mr. Wayne Stevens, of near town, J. S. James $4,0C3 our wife and our wifo'sfriend told her 3,577 and she told us, that Mrs. Lyons Bays-shThe high cost of living continues to who has been suffering for some time H. C. Crowder imagines snnkes must he awful 3,523 soar in Owcnsboro. The city Judge of diabetes, left Sunday for Rattle J. H. Stewart, bad down the river, ns James wan Ilor-- o Braiu'li. has just announced that the old cost Creek, Mich,, where he will take of a plain drunk, $1.00, would be treatment under a specialist. He was Walker Myrtle $11.SC7 seeing water mocasins for three day accompanied by Dr. E. B. Pendleton. E. A. White raised, as of June 3, to ?10.00. 6.952 and nights following the week he Mr. Stevens is a prosperous farmer D. T. Wilson, 4.S40 spent llshlng. The greatest benefit to the roads and a popular citizen, and has many East Reaver Dam. Alec Curtis has promised us 2 Doz. .for the least money is to be had by friends in the county who will hear Harrison Austin $7,035 the use of the drag. Wo said this with pleasure of his improvement George A. Barnes 6,714 bottles of lemon sour, 3 neck ties, only a week or two ago, but the re- under treatment. R. W. Render 6.1S2 Doz. collars, 1 doz. bottles cocala, to the four fox and $1.75 in money as a cent rain added emphasis West Reaver Dam. present. argument. HEADS ODLY STRUNG. $S,3S5 birth-da- y J. F. Casebier, ' mt 5.33S J. W. Baker CARD OF THANKS. Hundreds of fortunes have recent(By 1. D. Claire.) 5,073 J. X. Jarnagin ly been made in the whisky trade. Tinsley says It do look like he can Centcrtown. years ago was never go away from home for a few We wish to earnestly thank the Whiskey that two $S.025 P. O. McKinney many friends for their sympathy and worth 20 cents a gallon Is now worth days but what some bad luck turns Alvin Rowo 6,953 nnd death $3.00, a gain of 1500 per cent. Some up. While he was off Hshln' last J. R. L. Mason 6,116 aid during the last illness Your of our dear wife and mother. profiteering, eh-- ? mowweek the Madam bought a lawn SmallliolK. kindness will long ho remembered er. Tins says he didn't care a darn W. M. Addington $3,993 This war must bo won, and it is for the expense, but- and the love and friendship shown 3.42S George W. Allen every one's duty to help win it. Do as a sacred 3,399 will be treasured J. T. Rarnard memory. not think because you can not do big Bob Walker found flshln' so good East Fordsillc. things you should not try to help. C. F. CHAPMIRE and Children. last week that he had to work In the J. T. Smith $9,603 One soldier can do little by himself garden by lantern light Saturday J. F. Cooper, C.7G9 When wou have Backache the liver and yet the mightest armies are made night till 11:58 to get in his 36 hours 5,005 or kidneys are sure to bo out of gear. J. D. Cooper up of Individual soldiers. so he could escape tho vagrancy law. Try Sanol, it does wonders for the Actniivlllc $C,408 liver, kidneys and bladder. A trial J. A. Bellamy, county has thousands of acres Ohio . There Is one thing to be said in the C. R. Rhoades InAvknilpMlltn 5,996 50c bottlo will convince you. Get it 46-Ul lilllU Ul IUWUUUOUUI5 fAfttlltV flint IWk.uiJ I....V at tho drug store boards; ho Mrs. Martha E. Medcalf, 3,815 are lying unproductive for the want lavor of the feller that ,...- ,GRAND DUKE IS " " Shrcvc. ' of drainage. Money Judiciously spent IN GERMAN HANDS $5,975 Mrs. T. E. Butler wumu cjmj in draining inis lanu I went up In the Jail Monday night Charlie Davison 3,902 the owners a thousand fold. It will put in under Anderson Davison, 3,880 Amsterdam, May 13. The Ukran-ia- n be drained eventually, why not now? to see the first feller 'oiatoii. the new vagrancy act, who hadn't Press Bureau has received inforto $8,327 mation from Odessa, according The President has set apart May worked his thirty six hours a week M. S. Patterson so ns a ilav for tho nation to pray It mado me feel sad. I didn't know R. L. Arms 5,939 which tho former Dowager Empress 4,941 Maria Feodorovona and Grand Dukes for peace. It is well. Men ought nothin' about tho feller In Jail, but it C. B. B. Felix always to pray, but in the meantime made mo so uneasy less they git Tln- Nicholas Nlcholalevltch and AlexanRufoid. $15,585 der Mlchaelovltch, who had been livF. M. Hoover, the nation should neglect no oppor- sley in the samo fix 4,502 ing at Dulbar, near Altodor, in the tunity to send men and guns and food A. T. Bell Sr., Tho three most onprofltablo things G. E. Barr 4,440 Crimea, are In the hands of tho Gerand clothing to the aid of our allies a man can engage in is fiddlln', flshin' mans, llnrtlctt. in France. m and fox huntln'. $C,763 Jacob Weller REDA. After convening court at Hardlns 4,779 Allen King, burg Monday morning Judge Layman Before Squire WInson Smith's term Basil Taylor 3,696 nntinnnfinil Hint nil nrrnlllll flf tllO CX- - ..r ,.llnr (will;!.! lin i'na rlilln' In a Ono of the heaviest rains ever witIlcfliu. immi.lv lmsv Rpnsnti with the farmers .,..t,,,i,iin n cnnim mi: $12,305 nessed in this locality fell hero SunR. O. Cox j,eell jn ofllco six months an' lie's A. V. Rowan no Jury trials would be beard at tho 4,810 day afternoon. It did quite, a little present term of court, and dismissed got a p0rd. Mo or Tinsley ono 4,733 damage to nowly planted crops. R. A. Rowan Three former Beda boys are reportthe jurors present who had been sum- - R0n t0 run f0r magistrate next timo Ceralvo. ........ I... need a car in our business. r iv.;. JIIUIII'U lur nun In Wo $6,797 ed to havo safoly arrived in Franco. C. P. Brown 3,434 They aro: Cecil Carson, Malan Bon-to- n J. H. Ward Hellin precinct deberves especial and Ed Hoover. Prof. Henry Leach is a goiu' uroun' John II. Wood 2,543 mention for tho generous part its llmpln'. I guess ho got his leg pullMiss Ethol Davis, daughter of Mr. Pt. Pleasant. citizens played in tho Third Liberty ed. $17,426 and Mrs. Dock Davis, formerly of this Nat Llndley Loan bond sale. Every voter In tho 5,368 placo, will graduate from tho Owons-bor- o J. II. Everly precinct, with only nlno exceptions, High School this month. Miss Tho big rain was good on Ed Bar-ras- s. F. O. Coffman 5,302 bought a Liberty Bond, and tho total Davis, who is rather gifted In tho art Ed had been niissln' his supper Narrows. number of bonds taken In tho pre- for a week, by stayln' at tho olllco Sam Davison, $11,560 of poetry, has been selected as Class cinct exceeded the population. 4,049 Valedictorian. late so Miss Barrass wouldn't muke II. H. Westerflold Mrs. MIzella Tanner, of OwenBboro, 3,350 ' work " 6ttrdcn T. Shults, J. Ohio county is not pushing tho sale who Is visiting lioro, has received Ralph. stamps as vigorously as it ! of thrift Jk,ff' f Sl"Phr sPrlBs; W. F. Howard $6,615 advlco that her son, Estil, will probF"z should. Tho thrift stamp is in reach 4,463 ably sail for Franco soon. in town Wednesday, an I set an J. T. Wedding citizen, and there is of the humbllest Mr. Clarence Shown recently had 3,055 listened at him talk toll my sides H. W. Ralph no excuse for the poorest citizen a valuable young mare to get her . Pientlhs. Every was sore. Fonza can say moro funny thrift Rtiimns. to than any Sherman, Coleman $4,852 leg broken. Mr Shown Is caring for child in the family should bo tho own - "''nBa without aimlu' 3,776 tho animal in an effort to havo hor E. G. Austin, . . . , stamps. Tho little things other four men I know er of thrift 3,055 recover, but It is an experiment rareW. II. Barnes, In the aggregate count. Only a fow months ly successful. Bat Nail will get by tho 3G hour Simmons. $3,870 ago ho hnd another young maro to dlo great patriotic duty of tho law this week, but I'm awful scared Ella M. Mallam, Ono 2,299 from blood poisoning brought on by American people Just now Is to prac- they'll get him yit, on an old charge C. M. Mallan 1,903 a wound from btopplng on a rusty most rigid economy. Tho A. E. Chapman, tice tho nail. Worth Tlchonor alnt a very popular Render. war may bo long drawn out, and The infant son of Mr. nnd Mrs. $1,525 i.ininnu linon billions of dollars must Jailor. Even a vagrant wouldn't stay J. IJ. Hermlqn, 1,398 Clarenco Bartlett Jr., died Monday In This 'In his jail longer than two days C. It. Bennett bo spent hy the government. " " tlln:nt 7 JV? ! Hod Cross Tho great, nation campaign to ralso $100,000,000 will start next Monday. Slnco tho night tho star of Bethlehem guided tho shonhcrds to the manger of the lowly Bnbo money has not been naked for a worthier cause than this. Tho Red Cross Is n Mercy Rand of noblo men and women, who labor for no other reward than tho conscious knowlcdgo of duty done, nnd their labor of lovo Is devoted to alleviating the want nnd suffering of tho hapless victims of Hun rmeltv in Belgium and France. The cause is worthy, the need urgent, nmj every citizen should respond .. llbcral hnn,i t0 ths call of tho ,n nn.i ....... ...- - .tnrvlnc wuumicit jiiioiiin-iof war cursed Europe. children r wide, Three Largest Lists Each Precinct For 1918. In at summoned to appear an army onmp for xonleo, within JAftwn day. Will lmw but a limit-- , od time In which to nriJuM my busiTlmne Indebt- ness before leaving ed to me will please call on mo nt once and adjust a settlement of their You cnn, perhaps, settle accounts. with mo on butter terms than with .the agent with whom 1 shall be com- polled to leave my accounts. WILLARD LAKE, - Simmons, Ky. ' While some one tfvos his life What arc you giving? Red Cross War Fund Week, May One Hundred Million Dollars. 20-27. , Some Facts You Should Know About j Oil OES 31? There has been a great change in the manufacture of footwear the last two seasons. Leather has been high and scarce, and more and more shoes are being made with substitutes for leather in the heels, counters and insoles. Nowadays, when you buy shoes only from "outside appearance," you're apt to be disappointed in their wear quite frequently. The right way to buy them is by their REPUTATION. ., iu-sue- That's why we are so enthusiastic about W. L. DOUGLAS, STAR BRAND and WALK OVER shoes. They are made as shoes should be, ALL GOOD LEATHER from heel to toe no paper or any other substitute for leather in any part of them. They are made for men, women, boys and girls a shoe for every member of the family all grades, styles and prices; dress, medium weight and work shoes. ce Carson Bowling Green, and the body was brought hero for burial at Bametts Creek. Mr. Bartlett is ono of Ohio CEi Co. HARTFORD, KY. thereon from August IS. 1916 until paid, and the further sum of $75 00, with 6 per cent interest thereon from August IS, 1916. until paid, and the payment of nil the costs herein, in- eluding tho cost of this sale, I will offer for sale nt public outcry to the highest nnd best bidder at the Court House door In Hartford, Kentucky, on Monday, Jnno 3, 19 IS. nt about the hour of ono o'clock P. M., on a credit of 6 and 12 months, the following described property, to wit: A tract of land situated In Ohio-Count- 1 .... yr . ajt 1 1 ,s i.vi, county's most successful tencliers, and Is In Bowling Green In School. Mr. Lafo Bennett died Saturday at the home of his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Basil Bennett, and after funeral ser vices conducted by Rev. R. I). Bennett tils remains were burled in Bculnh cemetery. Mr. Bennett was fifty-niyears old, and had been In poor Kentucky, bounded nnd deshealth for a long time. cribed as follows: Known as part m of tho A. W. Bcasloy survey, beginning nt a small hickory, black oak COOL SPRINGS. and dogwood, S. W. corner of said Bcasloy survey In lino of John survey; thenco N. 83 a W. Wo had a fine rain Saturday night 892 feet to a stone; thenco E. paraland Sunday. lel with tho Beasley South llni 1071 Most of tho farmers arc through feet, corner of J. W. Decker's survey; delivering their tobacco. thenco In a southerly courso 892 feet , Born to tho wife of Mr. Claudo to n stone, S. E. corner In said Beas- ley's survey; thenco westwnrdly with Kitchens May 1, a girl. tho orlglnnl lino to tho beginning. Mrs. S. W. Hlnes and son, Will, All coal and mineral Is excepted. visited relatives at Roekport SaturPurchaser will be required to exeday and Sunday. cute bond Immediately after sale security, bond to bo apMrs. Walter Brown, of Luzerne, Is tho A lien visiting her mother, Mrs. Jim Wilson. proved by on Commissioner. retained said land as additional Mrs. Ella Wilson, who hns 'been security. very 111 is thought to bo sonio bolter Given under my hnnd this tho 14th A.' day of May, 19 IS. at this time. Otto C. MARTIN. Mr. Jesso Brown, of Battlo Creek, 40t3 Master Commissioner. Mich., Baso Hospital, visited friends John II. Wilson, Attomoy. and relatives hero from Saturday until Wednesday. MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Tnto and son, Thomas, and Mr. C. C. Dennis,, Carrie and Thelma Dennis, Mr. Cephas G. G. Speor, Ohio Circuit Court. Banking CommissionRaymor and wlfo attended tho patri er, Plaintiff, vs. Notico meeting at Prentiss Sunday aftor- otic Emmn Shroeter, et nl., Dofendnnts. noln. By virtuo of a Judgment nnd ordor Mrs. Ben II. Woodbum is visiting of salo directed friends and relatives at Roekport Circuit Court, nt to mo by tho Ohio Its May term. 1918, and Ceralvo this wook. In tho above styled action, for tho purposo or paying tho Judgement of tho plaintiff herein against tho doADMINISTRATORS NOTICE fendnnts, In tho sum of $75.00, with interost thereon nt tho rato persons having claims against cent por annum from tho of 6 por All 19th day .n. tho cstato of Milton Black, decoased, of Fobrunrv. 1912. until ...,i,i ed by $10.00 paid Juno 6, 1913; $5.00 aro hereby notified to present tho lium diuy n, ian $D.OO paid samo, properly provon, to mo on or Soptomber 8, Juno,' 1918, or Octobor 3, 1914,1914; $5.00 paid before tho first day of together with all thoy will bo forever barred. tho cost heroin nnd tho cost of this salo, 1 will offer for salo at public-outcrU. S. CARSON, Admr. to tho highest and best bidEstate Milton Black, deceased der, at tho Court House door In HartHartford, Ky. ford, Ky., on Monday, Juno 3rd, 1918, at about tho hour of ono o'clock P. MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. M., on a credit of threo and six months, tho following described property, t: Ohio Circuit Court. Ono floating studio and ull tho F. L. Baker, Plaintiff, appurtenances thoroto vs. Notico belonging, now beached on Rough Creek or James Jones, Defendant. By virtue of a judgment and order Rough River, near Hartford, Kenof sale of tho Ohio Circuit Court ren- tucky. Tho puchaser will bo required to dered at its May term, 1918, In tho above styled action, for the purposo oxecuto bond Immediately after sale, of paying tho judgment of tho plain- with security to bo approved by thci v tiff herein, amounting to $76.00, with Commissioner. Given under my hand this tho 14th interest thereon at tho rato of 6 por cent per annum from Aug. IS, 19 1C, day of May, 1918. paid, credited by $10.00 paid until Otto C. MARTIN, August 18, 1916, and tho father sum 40t3 Mnstor Commissioner. tin, vv.tv (tit, .v 171. (it wltU a x'w nnnt iuiv.vb,; .... v 11. P. Taylor, Attorney. ne Ful-kerson with-approve- , A . jk ' "' t -- w ? - t w m , frffPWPy''"', " -' tZ . mm '' a M BLACK CAT America's Foremost And Finest Hosiery. Mr Hobert Hoagland had a narrow Somo Bale! For tho rest of tho season I will sell my K. H. Thomp- cscnpr from death by drowning In son Eggs for hnlf price $1.00 for Burnetts crock Sunday night. Mr. Hoagland wns driving n buggy and 15. J. C. ILER. assuming tho brldgo was under water, A batch of warrants has boon issu- - undertook to drive over It, but tho 'cd for Jim Tnylor, of lloavor Dam, bridge Imd washed out. Mr. Ilong-Innilhorso drowned nnd ho saved charging lilm with mlsuso of liquor his life by swimming to shallow In prohibition territory. water. I V ' irnuEiiiA fe mh Vlllllllilll h Mm mmam ma mn km & superintend small hotel. for part of profit. WANTED: Middle aged woman to Must work Address Dr. L. B. Bean, Hartford, Ky. Tho Ico wagon will bo In front of your door every morning. You will save our tlmo nnd be suro of getting ico by meeting tho wagon promptly. Ellis Ico Co. 45t4. . Mr. Jcsso Godscy, son of Mr. John Godscy, of Olaton, who has been In Callfornln for sovcral years, nrrlved nt Olaton a few days ago with a car load of horses. Clifford Moore, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Ed. P. Moore, who Is employed In a rubber factory In Akron, Ohio, came homo Wednesday for a brief visit with his mother. i Mr. Will Acton, of Mt. Vernon, rented out twelvo acres of land for tobacco last senson, for which ho received, sharing tho crop, $1400, or a llttlo moro than $11G. per ncro rent. Ono of his renters, who received $820 for his sharo of tho crop, bought n farm with his tobneco money, nnd will grow a crop on his own land this season. SILK HOSE ALL COLORS at plant. Will not deliver until weather gets 'warm enough to Justify running wagon. Prlco tho senson, 80c per cwt. Less than 25 lbs. will bo a cent a pound. By the block, 50c per cwt. Will sell strictly for cash, so please keep ticket Havo plenty of Ico $1.50 to $2.00. S u This celebrated and widely advertised line of hosiery can be found only at our store. You can find plenty of hosiery, but not that will equal and wear equal to Black Cat. They come in a beautiful line of colors, including the fast blacks, in Silks, Silk Lisles and Cotton. The present market condition will bear us out in insisting that you make your purchases now, and buy liberally, for in future they will be very scarce. Prices run from 15c to $2.00 per pair. When in need of hosiery, think of us, and remember that it pays to trade with a house that saves you money. The Hartford rnin.w M., Republican MAY 17 Capt. John G. Keown spent from Saturday until Monday with his family here. Whippoorwlll Peas-HES- T Tennessee stock, f 3.60 per bush el. 44t4 W. E. Ellis & Bro. B. & E. K. R. TIME TABLE. No. 11C louth Bound, Due Due at Hartford North Bound, No. 114 9:05 . m. m. at Hartford .....6.46 p. (Both "Mixed" Tralm.) Come in and look through our catalog and buy goods at wholesale plus 3 per cent. ILER'S Grocery. I Personal News I f and Social Euents. Miss Orphn Bell, of Mntanzas, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Bratcher and attending Commencement exercises this week. Hurry Hay for Sale. U. S. Carson. If you want some of E. B. Thompson barred rock eggs at half price $1.00 for 15. ILEH'S GROCERV. nttorney C. E. Commonwealths Smith was at Sobrn from Saturday HI HI) IX EVAXSVILLE. until Monday to seo his father-in-laElder W. B. Wright, who Is seriously Charllo Phillips a woll known Ohio 111 of stomach trouble. county man died In Evansvllle Tuesday night, of Lagrlppe and comMr. C. It. Heed and wife, of Coal plications and was brought to Bells Creek, Tenn., nro spending tho week Run and burled Friday by tho W. O. with Mrs. Heed's mother, Mrs. John W.'s. P. Morton. Mrs. Heed was formerly He was 54 years of ago and leaves Miss Lydla Morton, of Hartford. one sister, Mrs. Sam MIdklff, of and two children, Mrs. Obe Judge W. II. Barnes nnd John H. Helm, of Adaburg, and Percy PhilThomas will deliver nddresses in tho lips, of Hawsville. Funeral services were conducted by Interest of tho drive for Rod Cross funds at Jubilee, near Hopewell Rev. H. E. Fuqua. Quite a nice lot of flowers came church, Wednesday night, May 22. with the corpse as token of lovo and Eyes tested, glasses and frames fit- esteem from his lodge, W. O. W. nnd ted the best way, and fiuaranteed nt employers at tho West Meyer Asylum before-the-wWhy pay where ho hod been engaged for the prices. more? No charge for testing. past two years. J. B. TAPPAN, Ho was formerly an Ohio county 43-- it. Jeweler & Optician. citizen and has a host of friends to Gaylo Taylor visited the homo folks mourn his early departure. A RELATIVE. here Sunday. Mr. Taylor has been located in Memphis, Tenn., with the TO SALUTE I. C. H. R. Co., for several months, ASKS WOMKX COLORS WHHX THEY PASS but has recently been transferred to Chicago. are Chicago, May 15. Women urged to salute the flag, in an appeal Mr. E. M. Iglehnrt nnd wife. Pony, y by Mrs. John MacMa-hoMantnno, are visiting relatives In tho issued in command of Red Cross aux county. Is Igleheart Mr. a pa former Ohio county citizen, but has iliaries that will participate In a rade on Saturday, preliminary to the been away from the county forty Red Cross "drive" of next week. seven years. "While nearly every man salutes pass in review, Mr. Hay Hawkins and wife came the colors as they few wonen do," Mrs. MacMahon down Friday to spend four weeks in Ohio county. Mr. Hawkins is a sol- said "I think it is chiefly because dier at Camp Taylor, and his wife is they aro unfamiliar with tho correct temporarily living in Loulsvlllo to method of saluting. Tho correct way for a woman to salute is to stand be near him. erect and place her right hand over Tho latest report from Eld. W. her heart. She should hold it there flag has passed." B. Wright, of Sebra, father of Mrs. until the C. E. Smith, of Hartford, is that his NOTICE TO FARMERS. condition was hopeless, and tho end only a question of time, with death No more tobacco will bo received daily a possibility. nt the A. C. A. warehouse until there comes a general season. The At a meeting of the Nocreek Methoreceiver and grader havo gone to dist church Monday night $45.00 was their homes and will not return until rnlsed for contribution to the million a general season, when all tho todollar War Relief fund which is be- bacco can bo brought in and the ing raised by tho Methodjst Episcopal season's business closed up. church in the United States. S. L. KING, Manager. Bu-for- d, ar books or cash on hand If you expect to take Ice. May purchase Ice books at plant, from delivery boy or from W. E. Ellis & Bros.' place of business. ELLIS ICE CO., 42t4 Hartford, Ky. SSSS( HARTFORD, KY. Htib Clotkmg Co. $2.65 PER GALLON one-gallo- t t n For Pure Lead and Oil House Paint in bought in lots of five gallons, or more. cans, if Freight paid to your railroad station. We purchased on last year's market a large quantity 01 this paint, and we are giving our customers the benefit of this bargain. This is a high grade guaranteed paint. Don't get the idea that it is low grade because the price is low. It is really and truly a bargain. Better send us your order without delay. The price will be advanced soon. (Send cash with order.) FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL! CO., (Incorporated) Jnkc Wilson, Manager. ,. Fordsville, Kentucky. o What Is The Farmer Going To Do ABOUT THE SCARCITY OF FARM LABOR? The only remedy we can see is in Cream Separators Silos Manure Spreaders AVagons , j to-da- n, IMPROVED FARM MACHINERY The world is looking to you for food, and yours is the task of furnishing more food with less help. Our experience and that of experts in the implement line are at your disposal. We will gladly advise and assist you in every way possible, and in order to do this we must know what you desire. Place a cross (X) beside any of the articles enumerated in which you are interested and mail to us. Don't buy until we see you we can save you money. Don't lay this aside. Mail it to-da- y. Buggies Corn Planters. ... Cultivators Disc Harrows Hiding Plows .... . Wulking Plows.. Wlro Fence Harness Feed Field Seeds Garden Tools Xntls Staples ... Mr. Clevo Her went to Louisville Wednesday and returned yesterday. Name aro visiting relatives at Fordsvlllo this week. Sir. and Mrs. John Hell' returned Sunday from a visit with friends in Owensboro. Mr. Jesse Hycrs, of Olaton, Is hero to attend tho High School Commencement exercises. Is Mrs. Wnlker, of Patttovillc, with tho family of upending the week her son, Hev. Hussell Walker. Mrs. Hoy E. Keown and children spent tho Uupont Powdor company, Sunday with his family hero. Mr. It. T. Collins, who travols for Mr. and Mrs. Mack Daniel, of Olaton, were guests of tho family of Mr. J. H. Thomas Wednesday. apTho Ked Cross Tea Hoom will berpreciate a contribution of straw ries, dollvered Saturday morning. Dr. Nestor Harnett, of Canoyvlllo, returned homo Monday from a brief visit with relatives in Ohio county. After n weeks fishing on Hough river, Mr. John T. Mooro returned to his homo in Loulsvlllo, Saturday. young Mr. Joo Wilson lost a lino mulo colt Sunduy night. Mr. Wilson has lost ten horses and colts within moni-betho past four years. Also five family havo died within of his tho Bamo period of time. rs Mr. Oswald Hocker and wife, of PROGRESS OF THE WAR. Bratcher and Norman Bilbro, of Louisville, are visiting relatives in Nocreek, are visiting their' foster tho county. Mr. Hocker is a soldier There is little that is new in the grnnd parents, Sheriff and Mrs. S. A. stationed at Camp Taylor, and his war zone of Europo. Tho two great Bratcher this week. wlfo has been temporarily living in armies aro sleeping on their arms, Loulsvlllo to bo near her husband. each watching for a movement on the Mr. Trimble 1'encticion and family, part of the. foe. The greatest force Rol of the German army has been massed Messrs. Rowan Holbrook, of Turtlo Creek, Penn., will arrive y to visit Mr. Pendleton's Riley, Dr. J, W. Taylor and C. R. for days ns if preparing for another hore Reed went to Taylor's lake near offensive at the Sommo, but it hesifather, Dr. E. B. Pendleton. Wedneswny Cromwell, afternoon, tates to strike Tho allies havo their Cecil Hhoads, of Camp Tnylor, Ashing. Tho party refused to bo lines strengthened, ready for assault camo homo Saturday on a ono day Interviewed In regard to tho catch. from any quarter by tho enemy. Perleave to visit his parents, Esqulro haps tho Hun now realizes tho hope' TOMATO Earllann, lessness of trying to break through PLANTS and Mrs. Butler nhoads, of Taffy. Pondorosa, etc., 10c per doz., 25c per allied lines. After tho terrific sacriMr. Louis Bozarth, who has been 3 doz. and COc per 100. By innil, 5c fice of men mado In tho April drlvo, in Akron, Ohio, for several months per packago extra. that so signally failed, tho German E. M. MORTON, canto homo Saturday to answer tho army may never again launch anothor Centcrtown, Ky. draft call for army service next week. 40tf formldablo offensive but It is difficult to predict tho noxt movo of the Mr. John Taylor, who is employed A wnrrant, charging a breach of crazy Kaiser. Tho world must wait with a coal company at Stono, in Plko the pcaco, was issued In Judgo Cook's, on the fortune of ovonts. county, is at homo this week with his olllce, Wednesday morning, for Estil ADMINISTRATORS SALE. parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Taylor. Maddox, of McIIenry, charging him I will offer for salo at tho residence with ljreach of tho peace. Maddox is As an Inducement to sell Ico books charged with assaulting Henry Nelson of the late W. S. Colo, in Horse will sell books at 5 por cent discount; Monday afternoon. Branch, Thursday, May 30, 1918, ono n $2.00 book for $1.90. lot of household ami kitchen furnELIS ICE COMPANY, Send your order for Puro Lead and iture Trms of salo cash In hand. Hartford, Ky. , J. N. COLE, Admr., Oil House Paint to Fordsvlllo Planestate of W. S. Cole, deceased. Dr. Charllo Heavrln , of Louisville, ing Mill Company, Fordsville, Ky. brother of attornoy M. L. Heavrln of Their special price Is $2.65 per galFORDSVILLE LEADS. this city, who has been seriously ill lon. Freight paid to your railroad of euromlc poisoning is reported to station, if five gallons, or moro, aro The Fordsvlllo Graded school is ordered In ono shipment. bo somo better. the first of tho Ohio county High Mrs. Charllo Turnor has resigned schools to formuluto plans for the Wo will mako special orders for you for stoves, ranges, lawn niownn. op operator at tho Homo telephone teaching of Agriculture under tho Ico cream freezers, in fact, anything exchange Tho management has not now federal law providing for tho you want in tho hardware busino3 yet found an operator to take chnrgo government paying ono half of the and only charge you C per cent over of tho exchange. Mrs. Turner will alary of tho instructor in agriculturo, tho wholesale price. SOME PIUCES. conduct tho exchange until tho com of thoso High bchools adopting tho pany can And some ono to take her course. Furniture too. Mr. Warren Poyton, a woll known placo. ILEH'S GROCER V. to-da- Address. J. D:BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. Sons! Williams & Both Phones. and enjoyed by every one present. Mrs. Hal Thompson, of Florida and Mrs. Tom Ryan and son, of Erllngton, wero tho guests of Miss Mary Smith last weok. Misses Edith and Helen Wilson are visiting relatives in Loulsvlllo. Mr. R. M. Gabbertson was In town last week. Corporal Chester O. Loyd, of Capjp 13 attending school at Lexington, Sherman, O., and Brady Loyd, who educator who has been principal of visited their parents, Mr, and Mrs. tho Utica High school, in Daviess Loyd, last week. Mr. R. O. Neal who has been quite county, for several years, has been elected principal of tho Fordsville ill for somo time is now able to bo out. school for tho present year. Mrs. J. K. Smith and llttlo son, Deglnnlng with 1020 all teachers will bo required to pass an exami- of Akron Ohio, aro visiting Mrs. nation In tho branch of agriculture, Smith's parents. Charllo Dutlor and Simon Smith and this will Include thoso holding were In Owensboro Sunday. ifo certificates as well as others. Mr. J. C. Mason and daughter wero mm Sanol is in Owensboro Monday and Tuesday. Do you get up at night? surely tho best for all kldnoy or bladder troubles. Sanol gives relief in ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE. 24 hours form all backache and bladder troubles. Sanol is a guaranteed AH porsons having claims against romedy. COc and $1.00 a bottle at tho estate of J. N. Shrevo, deceased, tho drug storo. are hereby directed to present same to mo properly proven, on or beforo FOHDSV1LLE. Juno 1, 1918, or they will be forever exercises barred. Tho commencement This April 20, 1918 here last weok were well attended, 46-yr Estate J. DAVE TUTTLE, Admr., N. Shrevo, ileceosod, Fordsville, Ky., R. 2. FALSE TEETH WANTED DOX'T MATTER IF HROKEX Wo pay up to 15 dollars por set. Also cash for Old Gold, Sliver and brokou Jewelry. Chock sent by return mall. Goods held 10 days for sondor's approval of our offer. Mazer's Tooth Specialty, Dept. A, 2007 S. 5th St., Philadelphia, Pa. 43tl5 OLD ajj'iftr""ir' Jjgttjgftjt mammm1tammmmaaaafA UEHHSfilfi iinntrtMn mmmmmm .ankwuwmtjw 'w4i..4.-.t- ' !t.t HI rendlnry origin in Detroit since Jan-- 1 Matchless. Tho treasurer of n cerlnln Tndlnn-npoll- s ti.iry 1, according to Gabriel City Flro Mnrahnl. According concern desired to smoke while (Kentucky Soldiers, en Return March World Has Never Thoroughly Reeea-nizent the ofllce Monday morning. Feeling to Information glvon the polbe the HJi-n- . TLTCTM WTW From Dattle of Tlppeeanoe, Gath. Any One Definition of HighIn his pocket he discovered he had no ring took contrasts for starting tlrei cred Gced in Indiana. ly Prized Quality. matches). He went to some of the othunder R system of competitive bid er employees of the olllee, who nlso A woman, according to the poiKe Tito trmllllnii Hint the Kentucky Carlylo wns ranch laughed nl for were without the match. m wlm fought nt Tlp wen line look saying that genius wns an Infinite en He sent the olllee boy to the drug store r.ui-e- d tho arrs-a- t of tho men tlmnmh lmck with them the wed Hint tins jnmle jmclty for taking pnlns. Thnt does for n box. He relumed In u few min- information given to M. Krltsilimldt liluo gnni fmnoiis In ci'iitnil li'ii sound like genius; one Imaglnei utes with word that drug stores could of Chicago, representing the under him never been ipientloued nr genius ns raveling Its hair, whatever sell only drugs on Monday. Suddenly w rlters. seemed to require nuthciitlc proof, deraveling may he, nnd producing the Im remembering thnt he could surely get LL OrAMERICAM I 0S clares n writer. Mrs. Leveling wiys, mortal Word to the accompaniment ol one In the cafeteria downstairs, ' NOT VKUV 1'I.OSK. In lirr "Authentic Indiana:" epileptic Ills; nbslnthe also goes with he wns told by one of the maids that! In a tltr white too J hotel "It was on the return march from genius very well. Hut Iri reality genius, the matches were In a locked closet VounJ, th I'omhilia hcC Ui "You sny, madam," said the lawyer Tlppecnnoe that the solthe battle of lilL v I suspect, Is a tniner niTa!;' and urlse and one of the conks who had Just left It ti fittt la the hittti ct !u diers from Kentucky Riithered the seed easily enough In men like Kembrandt, had the keys. One of the maids sug- to a woman In the witness bo. "that ouaii)mn. of the blue prnM which they found who painted pictures because he liked gested that ho light his cigar on one the defendant Is a sort of relation of' crowing in Indlaiui, nnd curried It doing it and because the sitters paid of tho ens burners that had not been yours. A 111 you please explain wiint llionie with them, thinking It was a suMuch more turned off. Seizing the opportunity you mean by that Just how you are him for their portraits. perior variety because It Mitlslled the satisfactorily to Cnrlyle It arises In as his last chance he returned to his related to the defendant?" .hunger of their borer so well that men like Flaubert, who revealed much ofllce, where he spent so much time "Well, It's Just like this. His first they would not eat com. It llourMied of his attitude In one phrase of his cop taming niiout It tlint tho cigar went wife's cousin and my second hits ro well on the limestone soil of central respondence. "Today I have worked out. Indlnnnpolls News. band's first wife married brothers pCentucky that It made that state fa- - sixteen hours nnd have at last finished l ... ,w-,;.. named Jones, and they were own This stntement was bned on my page." Therein lies the difference Snotis." .vi. "Jli obtained from early set- between Flaubert and De Maupassant; ENJOY THEIR WALRUS FEAST 'cousins to my mother's own aunt Ca lU.i. IN lis Ll.rf tlers of Indiana. Kentucky wns not It may be, too, that Holleau was right Then, again, h lsgrandfatlier on tn Ic- ', !. known ns the blue grass state until In advising the poet n hundred tlme mother's side were second cousins (' h.Kli- il mV anany years after the battle of Tippe- to replace his work upon the bench, Eskimos Have Solid Repast When One land his stepmother married my hits .MMt of These Big Creatures Has !' I.M VttJ! canoe. endlessly polish it and polish St again, band's stepfather after his father and Been Taken. As long ns shivery existed, Kenbut many Instances of almost sponta 'my mother died, and his brother Joe TV IVMtn tmt Jiittt the tucky, lying south of the Ohio river, neous creation confronts us. Vr i,v rtthwr It Is Among the Smith Sound tribe of 'and my husband's brother. Henry Tr vr miljr K Mil. rxliKilioix. W r nl wns clnssed as a Southern state. It enough to quote that In six years, be1 ain't never N lVtuwniv lo te runf never wns classed as a central West- - tween IGO'J nnd 1C0S. Shakespeare ap- northernmost Greenland the favorite 'nurried twin sisters. ! klonct inlmit. diet Is walrus meat, says ITtzhugh figured out Just how close related we KM lvi h.ll t,ca:!y icrn or middle Western state ntong pears to have written eleven plays, iwko In u x Jiivr. Hitmc pubwith Ohio and Indiana. In the census among them "Julius Caesar," "Ham- Green 1'opular Mechanics Magazine. are. but I've always looked on 'ini lic When one of these animals has jreport of 1010, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, let." "Othello," "Macbeth" and "Kins been harpooned as a sort of cousin " New York Kvo- Tt! rawhiun effen rern and. nfter a struggle, j Michigan nnd Wisconsin were classed Lear." t $1.30, 'tti i!cuchd bull nr.g Globe. y Si CO nj vp Kropi vnlh pti- as "Knst North Central states" and j What shall we say, then, of the sometimes lasting many hours. Is tlc bat-- il St, ti 00 nj up. dispatched, his car"Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama and vague thing, genius, which Is to man "Wrlr fir ith raip M Mississippi ns "Kast South Central kind what the thing we call soul Is to cass is towed to the ice edge and CUFFOKD M LEWIS. hauled out for butchery. states." man? For my part, I believe It to be Shoulders, flippers, and sections of When Indiana wns admitted to the volcanic rather than sedimentary. It the trunk are hurled under a pile of 'Union, In 3S10. It consisted of 13 coun- - Is as If the spirit of the race accumuties, viz.: Wayne, Franklin, Dearborn, lated In a creature, the spirit of life stones to guard against the depreda'Switzerland, Jefferson, Clark, Wash-Jngto- claiming to be born. Genius will out, tions of thieving foxes. Entrails are Harrison, Knox, Olbson, Posey, but It Is most frequent In certain pe- raked out and fed to the fumUhed Warrick and Terry. In the subsequent riods of human history, such as tho wolves which form North Greenland creation of 70 counties out of these, Elizabethan or Medicean. In certain dog teams. THE Tollows then the feat. For entree making 02, the boundaries of the orig- places, .such a France. Italy and the SEWING inal 111 counties underwent material low countries, under certain Influences a segment of the outer flipper has MACHINE changes. such as oppression, war, revolution or been saved, a little striney as a rule OF but of a peculiar rancid flavor exceedsocial decay. QUALITY. That Is an Interesting catalogue, and. ingly tasty to the native palate. WIFE'S FEAR WAS AROUSED The creature's stomach may conIf history repeats Itself, the future for Cardui, the woman's tSc-igenius, as evidenced particularly In tain several gallons of clams. One rip (Stranger's Inquiry About Hubby's De- - iut woult, be black, for there i.aveben of a knife and the yellow lumpy broth tcmc, helped Airs. Wil-l.- m NOT scription Was Merely to Warn Eversole, of Hazel few periods where comfort, ease und foams out over the now to the ImSOLD Against Unhealthy Coconuts. Fulch, Ky. Read what security bred genius, it is ns If ihe mense drllsht of tho hunters. InstantUN,DER plant needed something to puh ly all turn to and swallow great mnhy she writes: "I had a ANY .He entered the ladles sitting room against. Everyday life becomes more handfals of the repulsive, general breaking-dow- n OTHER , (tit the railway station, walked up to a secure, Justice more certain, property mes. NAME. of my health. was in woman whoso husband bad left the more assured ; humanity urows fat. and By thN time the pot ! on and co-bed for weeks, unable to room about ten .minutes previously, nnd the grease of Its comfort collects round thick lamps of meat and fat from near get up. I had such a WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. d calmly Inquired : "Madam, your its heart. It Is ditiicult to imagine ge- the backbone are boiling with fras-raweakness and dizziness, If you purclmM the NT.w 1IOMK yoii will went out to see the river, didn't nius flourishing In a world perfectly (to tb Eklmn) dor. Much . . . and the pains were have n life osrc t n t the price you pay, nnd will ihe?" administered by city councils. Har- moat has already hen devoured raw ve-- y not lavcnncnillt-KHclinliiorepairs. A friend severe. turning pale per's Magazine. "l'cs why?" she asked, by tho too hungry to wait. to i e ! had tried every-thjln an instant. Men are almost foil. Sleeping tin Quality else, why not "He was a tall man, wasn't be?" Literary Towns. are proaa. iaie in i"T'X Caxdui?.. . I did, and "He was," she replied, rising up and Ontnrio has hail the good sense to dronln? ton. "Brother, a bit of Bm-- . I HtW I "Cr Considered soon saw it was helping call one of Its towns or cities Shake- i (turning still paler. " (the awt deMeios it h the speare, and the suggestion has more on ''Had red hair?" re . . . After 12 bottles, At which a yooac nan ' "He bad. Oh, what has happened?" than once been made that the new fed- rises ursets. r,nt. Presently b -I asi strong and well." and sos Cheapest eral capital of the Commonwealth of . turns with the hnr racked head. I "Weighed about ISO pounds?" in theenrj Australia should receive the same Hue ' sllns from It Is a foo: or o of ! c "Yes es! Where Is be where Is and Illustrious name. liny husband?" she exclaimed. whltp windpipe. ThN l mt Into O to buy. Hncon figures twice In town nomen"Couldn't swim, could be?" apportioned out. and ar' "He's drowned my husband Is clature in America, but whether It was i with the crotest ?nto. If yu wat.tnscwlni;iiinchlne, writo for In compliment to the great Elizabethan, ocr la' cataioi.-u- tKforo you jiurchatc drowned I" she walled. or to the product of Chicago there Is "Had a silver watch chain?" contln-lie- d Tt Ksa H:isSs'n:iz MacKnsCo., Orange, Mass, nothing to show. In the same great PLENTY OF STORAGE PLACES the stranger. "Where Is my husband? Where Is country which called Its capital after Its greatest man, Washington, there Woman Who Has Made Herre Into 'the body?" she gasped. Veritable "House of a Thou; "Do not get excited, madam. Did nre a large number of Mlltons, nnd almost as many Hyrons, and at least a sand Closets." Jyour husband have on a gray suit?" i "Tes. Oh TJinmns rny Thomas!" dozen Harases, probably the last being Tonic the abode of canny Scots or their deOne little vroman llvlnz n'it fnr fr lace-u""Xhl boots?" --'.rf., y v,.. New York, ny: narrlPt Plvin OIKJ V HUME "Let me sec him let me see him I" scendants, There jirg only two Tennysons, howpie ln'thf Mothor'e fazazin. hn In Do you feel weak, diz" ta" ehe" ciTeil. iS2rr . ever, and the same number of Sbelleys able by the rxpenditure of a mU-r" "Come this way, mndnm, but do not zy, worn-out- ? Is your get exellcd. There Is your husband nnd Keatscs and Itusklns and Ralzacs. sum of money to transform nn Impr Uck cf good health C2uscd Thackeray has one town named after llcable dwelling Into one " across the street at that him, whereas his rival and contemfrom any of the comwhich housekeeping Is not only "Why. yes, that's him; that that's ib'tS I porary, Dickens, scores three times. pleasure, but where the problem plaints so common to )iny husband!" she exclaimed joyfully. London storing away clothing has been "'I thought j nu said he was drowned." women? Then why not Milved. "No, madam, I did not. I saw liim give Cardui a trial? Looks for World Famine. It Among her friends It is known (buying a coconut, and I believe It to Mr. Kgtin, United States minister to "the house of n thousand oloft. should surely do for you ibe my duty to say to you that coco- Denmark, snys if the war lasts two which Is nearly If not literally true. jnuN are not healthy at this season of yours longer what it has done for so the wiiule world will be Every little cubby hole below t. Jthe year." many thousands cf other Wi-I GUAUAXTKKD HKUVICK 1 on the verpo of starvation. That Is Fhlngles has been utilized for rhe. One hundred Dor cent D possible. With 10,000,000 men In arms, space. There are banks of closets women whosii'fered it (rJa H U'rAll tnim XT? walna The Emblem of France. Onnnlnl consuming and not producing, the both the second arid nttlc floors, to s i vatsua uyi,wiut nutsv tut 11 ipJi should help you back to D The flelir de lis Is the emblem of time Is coming and Is not far off when nothing of a cedar closet with .sun I r. O. W. IWJhealth. jl'ranee. and Is believed to be the there will lie no food left. A foodien I W. T. STEVENS, air and electric light, for the red-lioROi Florentine Iris, the world will he n strange experience. Ask some lady friend of the owner's choicest poi i. aj. K , Ci' ""."".ill 'flower de luce. "What saye-- t thou, There have been famines-- but for the slons. Some of the cloets are ced who has taken Cardui. i people to lmve nothing to eat anyjmy fair llower de luce?" says the lined, others sheatheil with unit l. R Harblo & Grnnlto Co. She wl'l tell you how it lijj; king to the French princess In where Is a situation thut ha never boards of North Carolina pine, u. 'Shakespeare's play. The French have been anticipated heretofore. There Is shellacked to keep out the moths :n helped Iter. Try Cardui. ji prelly legend of llieir Illy which tells some gratification in thinking that the frequently sprayed with u liquid :i or In Ihut at the baptism of King ClovW, Ilun will be getting hungrier than wo which oil of eodur plays u part. :of the long mid perfumed hair, a blue are and will be turning to us to borAil . - .w A printed INt of wry article n.r Imiiner came Hollering down from row a little flour und bucon, which we tallied In the drawers und eiiphounl- R.i' Jliynvoii over which were sprinkled will lie sure to lend hl:u on condition lacked lu plain sight In order that Hi Jala ' s: 'golden fleiir de IN. From thnt time that In- - promIes to bohnve lilinelf fnivtlc seurch for liuinliiiute thin 'the appear ou the arms of the country. nnd let up on kin kultur. Ohio State that sci : n suddenly to have tn K I'l'liey have a verb, "lleiinlelNer," imnin-jliia- j Journal. .SsrtiZZZ i Stw wings and flown away, way he. eutlr rm isac Sss3 muuxsa s.Sis lt7'i to embroider scattered flowers over ubvfatod. in fabric, or. as embroiderer sav, to Ktep Bees and Need No Sugar. jikuimiMmrwuu i "pepper with flower." Kdwurd III flssV 3PK V IA tW i The United State? depnrtment of lilVrtdr ' nr ja 711 u. : .. burrowed Ihe lllii-- s of France after bis aCiiculture hutf started .i ciuupulgn to liO()l'l,i:(J(JKItS I'OHlNti AS 8&5iM W '8? war with that country end they were stimulate bwkeepinj,', thin u u real OI'Fh'KltH MTRAI4 WIIISKt auB by England until the beginning war ecoiioiuy memure, for honey can vtfcfft 'of the nineteenth e ntury. Hi H tfiBlX!.. ."tl WLtatOTTt take the pine of sugar, u'mt there are Uoqulain. Wash., May 1 1. Bonn absolutely uullullted supplies of honey aSLivs-'-aBSKST- k wfo'ff&t ja-HL-5l - Will In the llower that grow wild nil over tliliiK new in "hootlegglim" has be Goek and Bull Story. tW t" t. -' WFWh JO. " II ' 11 developed by dealers iu contrabuml SIucclcJ wntii fverylhing elkc f i,,v Cock fighting In still the national the Und. mil U -- i siiwrnj tin-- ' here. They raided In nervoui proatral.ur and fern .'c IVTOTtunttl Lnoi is very eoy, nnd any whiskey of the Dominican, although It I (spurt wlul il nrw i I u.ir.ria and tnrttuv. "Kl . 'vcuknee llicv run ihe ai'i'n.mr jtleelltilnrj In popularity. Under the iuuu who x)s about It carefully aud Hteamshlp Willamette wlion It arrival try. In Invrnllr.n and rlriu-- . .f rcmc.iy, a: itvwjinds tetitu iraiuhlliig laws eock Mchlliii: may with such elementary Instruction as from California ports, and repreaent-(ri out ot ttio lull ;ct on tli llrlnr Itn. RaaJ rGRKlUNP.Y,LlVERAV'!D In- - prohibited. he cun get from the department of lllK tliaiuaelves as officer of the law It limy, howcxer. be ugrlcultuie iiia have a good crop of "unnflscated" forty cases of whlsk by the tirlmis mutilcipulltlcN. it is tho Sir .t ever cold L ,illid It UKiially N, ns It lelil tlii-a honey the llr.t year aud be able to When the steamship ollluers noil lc rpiiiii ,1 , 'a counter. mh! reenuo. White bull rhshlliii: In laugh at the nciuclty of .sugar, benidos -r ied tho pollen, tho patrolmen thought .H'-Jff,IT.n' permitted In the Dominican republic, nmUliig a proilt by the sale of the tno rami Intrrritlne and ninnil mtstiliM, and tho sheriff had been busy raiding, and UMtik-gra- t 'it Iuim ucu'rhecu popular In this Island. product of his bees. inciter' worth. Kvtry uvaUt laughed at the seanton. long Intervals a toreador comes here 300 ricturot 300 Article. 'At ' onlr 19 rents. All IS nw Miu and fen route fiom Spain to Peru or Mex Undetected. Intention! In lectricltr nd wirclrat, in Wuxiif ico, ami a few bull tights ure held In ' autoraobllea and arrnnlanra. tn ihmauk an.l "Now I encuk on ns u burglar. The KIltK IJL'c;S HINfS AT lu fajmlcf, and In laaclilnrrr. itlie various towns, but they do not at-- it stage is dark. I must not be discovDKTKOIT ItOUNDllI) l'l How tomakalklniaal horns. tOTmtttmrr nut a largo attendance. There are ered." month, Including icfilfrratoia. uitrr hauua. rufcltuia, autoiuoUle ihop raialrt, a to. 'no professional bull lighters among the "All right." Detroit, Mich.. May in. Two more It la fullofmoneT4naklnr. Maa Dominicans. Commercial ltcports. "lie sure to keep ino in the spot arrosts Il U wrlltaa la (tain tmliil. for aaaa aJU bora. y practicnlly completed light." Louisville Courier-Journa- l. 15 Cent a Copy 91. B0 of lenders of a Stato-wld- o the round-u- p PERSONAL HYGIENIi Poor Financier. Oat It from a nrwadraUr or writ direct to arson ritiK, believed to hnvo Dujolvcd in water for douches top rupuUrScwnco Uootlily. t Fourth Ai, N.T. Warm Climate. Ho We'll hae to give up our Intend. ' pelvic catarrh, ulceration .and FpCT? TtlacFf li,UrauJ24.i caussd flros whioh resulted liu the "What is tht picture?" summer trip. .My account at the. bank rUCCi I., ,i'd u4 auaSaa Ula "Will of llabylon." loss of suvorcl thousand dollars' F'inkham Itecommendcd by Lydia E. ,lb alretidy overdrawn. Med. Co. for ten years. "U-u- i. Slxtoen arresn A healing vondcr for ruual catarili, Judging from tho cojtum&s, worth of property. ShrOh, .Iuim, joii aro such a threat and corcoyes. iwretclwd lluiuu'ler. Why dun't you thoy hud a warm fall In tlwsc parts." have been made and, according to the torecibtonliBiry ilruiwa and Econoir.icaL Hl vcnnciJal rowrr LuuUWIIu Courier-- J ouruul. Call on The ltepubllcaa for line polies, goven men have confossod. (keep our aiKiiimt in it bunk that has aTob Pi hotline. 1'luuty of luuuci ? IJostou TruuicriuL Thsre huvo bou ulnoty flros of lu- - XwaJ. IhePaatonloJ.lCQnipaiiy, Uiluu.hlu4. POPULARITY OF BLUE GRASS DIFFERING IDEAS OF GENIUS (lolil-w.iter, :fwt UH0TFJ.V! WILL YOU TAKE OUR ' j Ml-tile- mueh-wnnfe- Ken-luck- wiMm m &&r GERMINAL REMEDY A Treatment ' i 'for WEAK 01 rSSCrllfJlMK; Hlai1 hi ?' LUNGS CONSUMPTION .FORrelictONElircil,MONTH rundown frtllne, fur Hut A quick cousin, pflina In elicit, nlclil nwrali, hrmor ih.iBri, wr.ik Innei nr rcniumplloti. If II do nsl help you il ceil you nelbinl. e Lock nox Olf OHIO MEDICAL CO. COLUMnili n I a j DR. J. H.THORPE E, EA It, THRO A T, NOSE And letting of Glasses 0WKNSH0H0. j 1 I Tutnplu Mnnonlo KY. !. a I I I kN. . n.l TRADC-MARK- 9 injmitlT oMiklnril In ll cuunli i. , or no I oUln PATCNTa Ilium niruu4kl, i our THAT PAY, iulriiM iprliH1 i on KrtlTi.)i)ail In urcrtt. (tonjipoiri. iaiulo(irrlcli for tin-all- 'J,000-poun- d ooa-BO- PA8SINO RCrCPCNCCa. I'or frr (iDtdt I Mr Ha kick on rraniKbl ntlli to iirniauiur B m jf.rf rurti.-n- . rncc nun. irrort tc-l- Gounnth u. c. ,wJmi"Vljrt. Otrnot. r" m il i. ' fTrJTOHSBFgrB.iJ' i ' W Helps m - u & rl ?l a ifiM it ,iO! Rr3 iJ 1 Yeomen 1 H lit If f J Used 40 Years j half-directe- d HOME CARDUI J all bus-bun- Tltt WOIfiail'S TOIlIC nt S Sold Evorywhero r-- ng I nwk-to-uaq- rrt) TAEE i e -- p The Woman's r. - ' JF. fruit-stand?- cio-etlc- s n. M U Tit-Hit- s. J iL T POPULAEMCHANICS ! 1 m m l.lrjl.lll.l.l.l.lljji rfr 'white-flowere- d ... Kng-llM- ' POPULAR MECHANICS MAGAZINE ngainiiiiiKnn ttvonu. bnibAUU 1 m lirj nim ! jriritrai.il - untlllK. l.liclluv, lloata. Boom -J .Taa. hi. If s ...Hll m iiiiaiinri'a ..a. rc tru. tiniuf jrtlMiMucUajlc.CuuirtTati-lMortttui- 4inniu tl.SO PER YCAR SINQir COPirS. IScL 0r4 yvMskswJ ffm r tflroct ttm lh oampi copy win t sent on ino llomn. Mathjnl,. 117 l'ni..H.l r..p Iim Ib.a lllrla.nllkitloiukntlilniEtpialiolnuiakoMr Amalabr Writton So You Can Undoratand It l&b ih.p N.lwt Dprtmftt (0 1'atfii.) mntaln jiiniainrniiou iiorKaniin.r Hma xor u.f ARTICLES -- 300 ILLUSTRATIONS in IEFP informed of the World's Prom-eshnKinectinu, Mechirlcs nnd Invention. I'oii Father and sm and All the . Familv. it nnnil. . j...rw ...,.".-.iti iuuu ciaanCT uiu nmi i ouns-- .Men nna tvumca. .omm throughout ttn wm l.L Uur lorvUn aro con. taut tr vn tho natca lor tUluei new unj buJ It It 300 iViAGAZINB s luCt'it-alln- "iiirti, ,iu in, nunga nrt)un. n ..f ... aal- yr tMlr rvqut. DrarOTis m - - i ,r, - Ll kllqugh i I 1 tuWXiuziziaevt.air Mil tJUMiz THE S.UK17.SI Vr'!r H WITH 3 cj &,-- d (Ves." mg8 ?.v,47 - I i lrn U'i BBW -'- qFHJrB'fiK'lJV Vifi0mn4'y- iiw. I i' mm arttrzjz:e7rzTWrfnv Mw I WSA. jWPlf ni (1 ao: :0B V I It lV I i tt.J"!U i on money itt?DKir. t JaViTa'-rW.n:- r vrtTlSM n and " An.THMOAi .,i) ivsi iacu ; " ' II..MI II Ill vl .'.UAWTIVT ' ,l!tuI. Cs . S9!Ov 8ir SLi: vnirr. A 11 frial Brute tttt - 00. i Uee-kcepl- 1 Popular Science Monthly j C I rarrunro Hh AfiD I."! I.I t hum. n.i. in ALL CaoriTniCO. liu'li i.ii'i 1 1 it b lii i.ia'lL n H ini,y ! 1ltfJU-nffomy, i'il " ' rt and Infringf ment Practice Exclusively. . t. ti. Vf DKFrNoo. (v"',i",''.tI . . .Al-,tl( i il lii . . 1.1 U ,1th C!ih(, aaar UulU4 (Utaa raUat WAOrTlNCTON, D. C. titirrintu touaat C YMc&Ww&MWsiBk inflom-motion- a Yr hI ttt ' J lViiliiIni?. tlm ... . i1,?"1!' ",'.at haslnaiM ijiarj Indnrvn. You UU.llUJIO.Vb 1'JtACTK il, tOlUJUU 1'aJucaU, If ion take tho nrnuclion Secured or Your I7taner OS.TIO'N r?.-.p- OOOD !, israjsiu" SUFFERED FOR HIS COUNTRY IIKIIK IB A OOOI) ri Silas Deane, First American Diplomatic ?" Agent, Received Harsh Treatment could I wouldn't. I have hecn lending ou money for n j?nr, nnd you mnko From Government. Tho Only Hold In Loulsvlllo Operated on the no cITort to return It 1" "Hut I wnnt-- Amerlcnn mill Ihiropenn Plana. Silas Donne, the first dlplomntlc i wl to know If you wouldn't lend mo agent of tho United Stntiw, wns born ." "Anil I tell you beforehand I AMUUIGAN PLAN (With Meals) nt Orolon, Musi., close to 200 years won't 1" "Well, then, don't. I wanted Iloomi without Until lmt with Hot and Cold KunnlnK Water. ngo. He hecntne u merchant nnd wiih to borrow your fountnln pen to make ti delegate to the first Continental con- - out a check for what I owe you, but, 75 Hoonis Dingle, $2.00 per day; 2 people, $2.00 each Kres". in mo spring or liiij no was u you're in no hurry, I'm not." fiO Ilooins single, 2. GO per dny; 2 pcoplo, 2.2G each went to Franco as a secret diplomatic GO Front Itoomn. single-3.00 per day; 2 people, 2.G0 each agent. No posed as a merchant from Itoomi with Pi Unto Itntli: Meaning of "Purlm." Hcrinudii, and upon his arrival In GO llooniB Hlngle, 3.00 per day; 2 pcoplo, 2.7G each Tho word "purlin," tho numo of tho Paris sought an Interview with Count GO Itooma Blnglo, 3. GO per day; 2 people, 3.00 each do Vergennes, the Minister of Foreign gront annual festival of the Jews, Affaires, who refused to receive linn. means "lots." This feast comment KUItOPKAN PLA.V (Without Meals) Deane was reduced to the direst pov or itcs tho preservation of the Jews In Uoonis without Itntli hut with Hot nnd Cold Knnnlng Water. erty and was ejected by his landlady. Persia from the massacre with which Suboentient Amerlcnn nmlmssmlors ' lpy were threatened by Human (I 7G Hooms single, $1.00 per day; 2 people, $0.75 each have complained of the luck of suit I'"r0). They gave the nnnie purlm or 60 Itooms Blngle, 1.2G per day; 2 people, 1.00 each commemorate the festival be able embassies, but De.ino wns re "lots GO Front Hoonis. single, 1.G0 per day; 2 pcoplo, 1.25 each duced to n point where ho had to nc- - ''"ise ho had thrown lots to ascertain Hoonis with PrUnte Hath: rept poor lodgings from a sjmpn wlll,t Iny would be auspicious for the 60 Hooms slnglo, 1.G0 per day; 2 people, 1.25 each thetlc Frenchman. I.venttmlly lie w as massacre. glUMi nn nudleiae with Vergennes nnd 60 Hoonis single, 2.00 per day; 2 people, 1.60 each begun the diplomatic relations which Wanted an Escort. eventually resulted In the French ill THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Cor. Sixth and Main Sts. A little boy hnd a birthday party. llunce. In 1777 Deane was recalled. Kuropcnn I'lnn Only. In the bitter controversy which fol his guests being around the nges of After " Itooms Without Itntli, ft 1.00 and up; Hooms With Private Hath, fl.SO lowed his recall Thomas Paine reveal ""V"1'1 i,t ii,.. tart !... Uuii..ii. r..r...i.i.n.t i.n " Pleasant afternoon they all started up Ilest Hating Placo In Town. nnd colonies hud been furnished by tho f home nt about flye o clock. After Tho Loulsvlllo Hotel and the Old Inn aro located In the wholesale French government. Tills wns con " "'! '" .t,lc "1,le ,.,0 s ,nothcr nollce1 district and only n s walk to tho retail district and theaters. fildered a .Ilplom.itle Indiscretion and t"UttIe girls Mttlng on the steps and m ,tbc"or1 B? ,101"0' m It lost Paine his place as secretary of w11,!,! LOUIS VILLI: HOTKIj AM) OLD INN COMPANY, Props. gets dark." One spoke before tho Coimnltteo on Foreign Affairs. wnnt a hy to tnko Deane. drUen Into poverty and exile, "" nnd ha,ld: died In England In ITS.'). Naif a ccn imc home." tury later his daliu for his services abioad was adjusted by congress and Woman May Be Auctioneer. a large sum was paid bis heirs. , Although there Is no record that n 44 woman hns"ocr been nn auctioneer, it ALL MADE EQUAL BY DEATH Is on record tbnt In May, 1912, the then inn or of New York, Mr. Gtijnor, No Democracy Ever Conceived Is at answered nn Inquiry addressed to him bj a woman by nlng that there was All Comparable to That of nntlilng In the law to preent a wnrann the Tomb. from becoming an auctioneer. Strange In tbp democracy of the dend oil men enough, it was a milliner who made nt hist are equal. There Is neither the inquiry. rank nor FUitlon nor prerognthe In the republic of, the grae. At this fatal The Proper Attitude. threshold the philosopher ceases to be The proper attitude of a man townrd wise, nnd the .song of the poet Is siAM) Till: MEMPHIS WHHKL.Y lent Dics relinquishes his millions woman Is not u very complicated afand Limirus his rags. The poor man fair. The fellow who admires her If Is as rich ns the richest, nnd the rich she's beautiful, honors her If she Is Commercial-Appe- al man Is ns poor as the pauper. Tho a mother, respects her If she works, creditor loses his usury and the debtor lias sjinpnthy for her If she Is In disHOTII ONE Yl.AK FOK rTV tress, und pities her If she stumbles Is acquitted of his obligation. There the proud man surrenders bis digni- l In n fair way to become a gentleties, the politician his honors, the man. Houston Post. wordling his pleasures; the lnvnlld needs no phjslciiin, nnd the laborer Well Answered. rests from unrequited toll. Old Lestorlch, an uncomplimentary Here, nt lust, Is nature's final de- husband, who used to appear In the cree in equity. Tho wrongs of time Austrian paper FIpli, said to his wife: ny special HrrnnKcments, wo aro cnnbled to furnish these two are redressed. Injustice Is expiated, "If nature had made me an ostrich, papers at this low rate for a limited ttmo. tiie Irony of fate Is refuted; the un- pei imps I could eat jour cooking." Is a largo and ono of tho very best The Commercial-Appeequal distribution of wealth, honor, "That would be fine," answered his accompany pleasure nnd opportunity which Imperturbable wife. "Then I could get published In the South. Cash must In all .such u cruel nnd inexplicmakes life each order. Tills rnic Is applicable to renewals and now subscribsome plumes for my hat." Christian able tragedy, teases la the realm of Ileglster. ers alike. death. The strongest there has no supremacy, and the we.il.est needs no defense. The mightiest captain mic- -' First to Sleep In Bathtub. SEND YOUR ORDER TO cumbs to that inducible ndverhnry The first man to sleep In a bathwho disarms alike the Ictor and the tub is believed to have been nn early unqulshed. John J. Ingulls. victim of n hotel proprietor whose house was "full up" and who blithely charged the haggard guest $4 for the Sprouts After 1,000 Years. At the Zensul Temple, Iwnne IIlagc, pri liege. Hotel men promptly took Kogn-guShiga Prefecture, n very uu- - to this scheme most kindly. dent wooden Idol of Vnlsnminn nsJ opened four years ago and some rice How He Had Changed. that hud reposed therein fully ten cenShe "Itemeinber when he wns a turies was rcmowd nnd plunted. The green country boy nnd jou showed him .seeds germinated and the rice grown What a crude Interest he appears to be similar In nil the therefrom took!" He "He's the same now exrespects to that of the present day. cept that he'd like to take the interest ROCKFORT. CIRCUIT COURT. The jleid wns large and the crop for before It Is accrued." Judge. Ch'm'n. Board James Wilson. next j ear from this seed Is expected Judge P.. W. Slack, Owensboro. to be excellent. Clerk Rushing Hunt. Com'th. Attorney C. E. Smith, HartViiisrauna Is the God of Treasure. Like the Seashore. Police Judge John T. Jackson. ford. When tho statue was repaired u bag of "My dear," said Mr. Kewedd as the Marshal Will Langford. coarse llaxen textile wns exhumed con- sixteenth cook In a month came up Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. REAVER DAM. taining lice seeds, with a piece of pa- the walk, "this reminds me so much Jln-ste-r Otto C. MarCommissioner Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKenney. per bearing the following Inscription, of the seushore. I can sit at my own tin, Hartford. In Chinese: "Tills Image has been Clerk R. W. King. window and watch the breakers comfor the peace of the world. If ing In." Pollco Judge J. W. Cooper. Trustee Jury Fund Cal P. Keown, any one of later generations opens it, Marshal It. F. Stevens. Hartford. lie should put In new seeds." The FORDSVIIXE. Two Things to Learn. 1st Monday In March 12 days Tokyo Academy of Flue Art proLcnrn these two things: Never be Ch'm'n. Board W. R. Jones. nounces the image and Its contents of Com'th. and Civil. great antlqultj at least 1,000 year discouraged because good things get Clerk Olla Cobb. 1st Monday In May 12 days Civil. on so slowly here, and never full dally old. Police Judges C. P. Kesslngor. to do that good which lies next to your lat Monday In July 12 days Marshal Grant Pollard. bund. ffeorge McDonald. Com'th. and Civil. Origin of Blizzard. Blizzard Is undoubtedly u word of 3d Monday In September 12 days OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR. American origin, but It Is much older An Early "Scoop." Civil. than KUggctcd. In AmerMium (Eng.) The Virginia Gazette was founded County lloaid of Education. 4 th Monday In November 12 days church ard today there is a tomb of In 1730 nnd claims to be the oldest Com'th. and Civil. the Iilliird family and people of that paper In the oldest city of tho oldest E. S. iloward, S. S. O. C. nnme still reMdc In the tillage of Chub state nnd (list to publish the DeclaraDlv. No. 1 J. M. Hoover, HartCOUNTV COURT. font St. Giles. A mail of this namu ac- tion of Independence. ford, Ky.. companied William Penn to the new W. Duff, Fordsvllle, u 111. Dlv. No. Aleeta first Mouday In each month. 01 This Hllzuid, It Is bald, develKy. Judge Muck Cook. oped ery unsociable habits and setMotorcycle From Bicycle. Dlv. No. 3 H. L. Carter, Narrows, tled far away from his fellows In the A motor drhen wheel that can bo County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. Ky. i emote Noithwcbt. Inserted In place of tho front wheel Jfow a northwestClerk W. C. Blaukenshlp. Dlv. No. 4 II. O. Autry, Balze-tow- n, ern suowbtorm Is the most disagreeable of an ordinary bleclc to convert it Sheriff S. A. Hratcher. thing there Is ubout the whole climate, into a motorcyclo has been invented. Ky. Superintendent E. S. Howard. Dlv. No. 5 Otis II. Stevons, Beav- mid Mr. Wizard, being mi unplensaiit a Jailer Worth Tlchonor. person to his neighbors, his numo was er Dam, Ky. In Confidence. Assessor D. E. Ward. adopted to describe the objectionable Dlv. No. C Nat Llndley, Center-tow- n, Sometimes a girl gets confidential type of weather which blew from his 8urejor C. S. Moxley. Ky. nnd tells n man that n lot of other direction. Coroner Dr. A. D. Itlloy. Tlmo of Meeting 1st Monday In men huc tried to kiss her, but ho Is FISCAL COURT. the only one who succeeded. February; 1st Monday In April; 1st America's First Cartoon, Meets Tuesday after first Monday Monday in Juno; 1st Mouday In Aurteujumin Franklin's lVnnsjlvanhi gust; 1st Monday In October; 1st Cuzctto was the first American news in January, April and October. Ever Tried It? paper to print u cartoon. There were 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, Monday In December. Half the excitement of being In love County Board of Examiners E. S. rumors of a possible war with the Is trying to make the other person conRoute 3. 2nd Dlstilct Sam L. Stevens, Beav- Howard, Mrs. I. S. Mason, Mrs. O. W. - Freuch, which resulted in a cull for n fess It while you ussume a cureless Inmeeting at Albany of tho representa- difference. Kccord. Duff. er Dam, Jnn. 25 and 2G Common School tives of the British colonies. Fruuk-- 1 Jlrd District Q. D. Brown, Simmons. la was ono of the commissioners, und lth District G. W. nowro, Center-tow- Diploma Examination. Optimistic Thought to Increase tho force of an uppeul for Mny 10 and 11 Common School Tho man who speaks with prudence, united action, on May 0, 17.rl, printed . Diploma Examination. Cth District W. C. Dauguerty.Balzc-towna cartoon representing a snuko cut Into do not think him to be tedious, though May 17 and 18 County Teachers' eight parts, the head representing New ho speuks much and long. Examination (whlto). England and the other se en parts the c 4Ith District W. S. Dean, Dundeo. May 24 and 25 County Teachers' arIous colonies outside of New Eng7th District B. F. Illco, Fordsvlllo. Hot Milk as a Stimulant land. 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I i' f ' 'a ill if It appeals to your Charity, your willingness to serve, your spirit of your bigness of heart. It is a chance for person of small means, as well as those of larger means, to do their part to win the war, pa-troitis- Ohio County's Quota is m, $4,000.00 This is for the county outside of the Fordsville magisterial district. The sum is very small and the people will hardly miss the amount they contribute. Every person should give fomething, as this is a campaign in which all can take part. The Red Cross is not of any political party, but of all parties and of all religions Woodrow Wilson is President of it, and William H. Taf t is its General Director. Ex-Preside- nt Jli Its Chief Purpose is to Help and Serve ftSXoMHHHl mmmmm and to do what it can to relieve the suffering and minister to the wounds of America's soldier boys and the soldiers of America's allies. It also establishes hospitals and refugees for thousands of helpless women and children who have been deprived of their homes by the war, and has a large organized nursing service for America's army use. RHH9E Obey the Impulse of Your Manhood and Womanhood A Grand RALLY will be held at Hartford MAY 24th at 4 o'clock soldiers will take part. and contribute something to this cause. A contribution of one dollar or five dollars will be appreciated 7 upon which occasion there will be present SOLDIERS JUST FROM FRANCE who have taken part in the last big German drive, and speaker of ability for the occasion. A similar RALLY will be held at BEAVER DAM Opera House beginning at 8 O'CLOCK P. M., MAY 24th, at which the same speakers and . 8 A. D. KIRK, Campaign Manager W, S. TINSLEY, W. H. COOMBS, I Publicity Directors This is the first opportunity the people of Ohio county will have to receive descriptive news of the greatest battle ever fought in the world fresh, first-han- d by persons who actually took part in it. This campaign should appeal to every individual in the county and should be promptly and liberally responded to o You Can't Contribute to a Better Cause boooccwwoooocKJCcpcccccrccxx Mi &SMi .. ,if ft t aifi tf-- i&MifadtoMj ' kteA.i!jt tL BfftA i. i