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The Hartford republican: May 24, 1918 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1918 hao1918052401_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: May 24, 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. n r Fine Job Work. Jtatfiid DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS M&publiwvL Subscription $1 per Year No, 47 FOOD SCARCITY IS J. H. Keown, Fordsvllle. Edgar L. Fltzhugh, Narrows, Herman Miles, McHcnry. OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY If m VOL. XXX. PRICE OF WOOL IS FIXED BY WAR BOARD HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 24, 1918. and yet few of us nro willing to pny tho price. Success is that name wo glvo to tho accomplishment of tho man or woman who selects ono uso-fvocation nnd works everlastingly at It. Persistent and Intensive labor devoted to ono thing Is tho simple rulo of success. There Is nothing mysterious about tho way to succeed. Everybody knows how It is to be accomplished, nnd tho reward comes only to those who nro willing to pny the price. Time Is tho young man's or young woman's capital stock, and work U the art of Investing It. Work should bo your watchword; not occasional or Intermittent work, but persistent, methodical and painstaking work. It has been aptly said that the world has never yet had an opportunity of witnessing n man doing his best. Genius has been described as Intensive attention to one purpose. Tho duty of each of you", who would turn his school labors to account, Is to select that llfo work to which your taste inclines and for which your talent fits you, nnd follow It with single attention nnd unremitting Industry, nnd success will follow as night follows day. dl RED CROSS DRIVE. Volunteer workers in many parts of the county have taken up the work without waiting to be called upon, and of the amount has already are sending in contributions to the central committee in been raised, and night will find the sum far charge. Ohio county people above the amount asked. . are afire with enthusiasm in Persons out in the county the Red Cross work, and by night there will have responded nobly to the call of the committee to take be few people left who have local charge of the collec- not made a contribution to tion, and only two or three the mercy fund to relieve the men, asked to assist, have set suffering of the war cursed the interest of their private people of France and Belbusiness above the cries of gium. If you have not already the Belgian orphans and the groans of the wounded and done your part, do it now, or dying American soldiers on you will forever afterward the battle fields of France. regret it. Ohio County citizens are responding with a will to the call for $4,000 for the Red Cross fund. More than half to-morr- Earnest Pulllam, Narrows. Alvln R. Hetlin, Hartford. Garlan F. Moore, Horse Branch. Ernest White, Hartford. Claude Ford, Horse Branch. Leo Keith, Horso Branch. A. Tanner, Hartford. D. Elmore Grant, Narrows. Malcolm H. Fttqua, Fordsvllle. REPORT IN GERMANY Louisville To Be Distributing Point For Fleece. Fred Believed That Famine Is At Hand To Join The n Allies . of the 1913 wool clip at the prices established Juno 30, 1917, at Atlantic seaboard markets on the scoured basis. Tho government Is to havo prior rights on tho clip for Its needs at Hioso prices, nnd tho remainder Is subject to allocation for other uses under the direction of tho board. As tho needs of tho government requires concentration of wool closo to points of consumption, distributing centers have been approved at which wool may bo distributed only. For lleece wool tho centers will bo cago, St. Louis, Detroit, Louisville, Baltimore, and Wheeling. W. Va. Kor territory wool tho centers will 1)0 Portland, Ore., Chicago, New York, .SU Louis, Hoston and Philadelphia. The only exception In that clips of 1,000 pounds or under may be sold by the owner. V'lwre Wool Dellned. Kleeco wool will bo considered as v that grown east of tho Mississippi, also In Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, Arkansas and Louisiana, also those parts of Kansns, Nebraska, North Dakota nnd other localities where tho same general conditions prevail. All . wool not listed as flceco wool shall bo wnsldered territory wool. Approved dealers will be entitled to a gross profit In no case to exceed cents per pound on ono and ono-hathe total season's business, this profit to cover expenses from grower to loading wool on board cars. Tho grower shall receive fair prices for his wool based on tho Atlantic prlco as established on July 30, 1917, less tho profit to the dealer as stated above and less freight to seaboard, molsturo shrinkage and lf Wasnlngton. May Industries board has war 20. Tlio Ilxod the price Jno. W. Jackson, Centertown. lloston. Ncwyork1, Philadelphia, Chi- MILLION DOLLAR RAISE. County clerk Hlankcnshlp has finished tabulating tho recent work of the county board of supervisors, and tho total ralso on all classes of property Is $1,107,695, which makes the grand total for taxation $7,2G2, 902. Tho raise by tho board of supervisors was distributed as follows: Land, exclusive of Improvements JS41.055, Outbuildings $9,170, stand-ni- g timber $3,SGG, unimproved town lots $20,150, Mineral rights $42.-20Live stock$14,398. Household and kitchen furnlturo $2,S02, Steam engines $45,150. $5,000, Stores Numerous small raises were made on various classes of property but the sums wero too trifling to bo of pub-H- e Whllo In session the Interest. board listed 7,791 acres of land that had been missed by the assessor, nnd nlso a considerable sum of personal property. S, YOUNG MEN MUST CORRECTED LIST OF REGISTER JUNE 5 CALLED REGISTRANTS Entire County Will Report Local Board Directed To Take Men in Order At Board Headquarters . Number. Here. On an order from the Adjustant The Local Draft Hoard has been to register General the local exemption board notified and instructed all those who will have arrived at the revised the list of names called for age of 21 years on June Cth since draft service, as published in this paper last week, and we herewith thnt date of last year. Registration will take place at the give the list as finally made up. The Hoard's Headquarters, In Hartford, local board had made Its list with a and the place will be open from 7 A. view to taking as few farmers as posEvery young man sible but after the list was made up M. until 9 P. M. In the county, within the age con- -, the board received notice from the templated by .tho law must register j Adjustant General to tnko the men or subject himself to the penalties. by serial number as they appeared Imposed. Should any bo prevented j on the register, and to make exempfrom attending, on account oi sick- tions for no purpose whatever. There will be 113 men in the call, ness, they must have application them, for a card, that it and they will appear fn Hartford at made for may be turned in. Tell your neigh- 4 o'clock P. M. Tuesday, May 28, bors, that none may bo omitted and and leave by the M. H. & E., via of thereby caused trouble any worry, Owensboro the morning following. unnecessarially. It "is estimated The names, with their order on the thnt moro than 200 young men in tho register, are: Malln Mldkiff, Fordsvllle. County must register on the above Conn Mldklff, Olaton. date, so It Is highly Important that James Earl Plummer, Prentiss. you como early, In order to get Cyrus Williams, Wysox. through Several volunteers will be Leslie Shields, Cromwell. needed In order to complete tho work Frank Allen Fenn, Dundee. and the Board will be pleased to have Ben H. Ferguson, Beech Creek. good capable help. S. W. Stewart, Beaver Dam. Ira Matison, Asklns. THE STANLEY WAY. Archie D. Maddox, Rockport. Willie E. Phillips, Centertown. Governor Stanley bids fair to outdo Luke John H. Wright. Hartford. tho famous pardon governor, Jesso E. Felix, Olaton. executive Blackburn, in extending A few days Palmer J. Lloyd, Olaton. clemency to prisoners. ago tho newspapers announced that Frank Stewart, Reynolds Sta. Clyde Dolanoy, Hartford. Jesso Fulkorson, who was sent up Albert W. Taylor, Echols. from Ohio county threo years ago Ed Helfner, Llvermoro. for the murdor of Harrison Maddox, Norval Leach, Beaver Dam. during tho possum hunter troubles Josoph Her, Beaver Dam. about Rockport, "who was under Percy A. Park, Horso Branch. for from two to twenty years Emmet G. Taylor, Narrows. for murder," had been paroled. As Ermlno F. Farmer, Hartford. a matter of fact Fulkorson had been Horbert Wedding, Narrdws. sontenced to ten years Imprisonment. Alnus Farmor, Fordsvlllo. Commonwealths attorney C. E. Smith Wm. G. Frazo, Fordsvlllo. wroto to tho prison board asking by Fred Robinson, Narrows. what authority they had paroled a Norman Spurrier, Whltesvillo. prisoned jent up for n determinate James II. Ambrose, Hartford. period, and tho reply camo back John N. Porter, Fordsvlllo. that tho Governor had first commuted Geo. P. Cooper, Hartford. tho sentence to tho "from two to twenty years" and tho tho parole Prlco Miller, Select. Clydo B. Chlnn, Heaver Dam. board acted. Lonnlo Evans, Calhoun. o Hennlo Llndsoy, Fordsvlllo. MRS. DEVEU DEAD. Wm. S. Rafforty, Beaver Dam. Henry Mabroo, Centortown. Mrs. R. L. Deaver, died at her homo Charlie King, Hartford. horo, Tuesday morning of Child birth. Jesso Daniel, Hartford. Deceased was 28 years of age and Ernest Ford, Hartford. was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. LuthVernon Durham, Rockport. er Rock, of near town. Sho was a Jesso Ashford, Roslno. mombor of tho local Christian church. Monroe Leo, Hnrtford. Tho remains of Mrs. Denver were Sammy Rldon, Hartford. burled at tho Mldklff Burial grounds, Dosslo V. Jackson, Island. near Mt. Vernon, Wednesday mornVirgil Klpor, Haizotown. ing, after funeral services which wero Hiram Schroador, Roslno. conducted by Rov. Walter Grcep. Rodney H. Fulton, Heaver Dam. Talmugo Brown, Fordsvlllo. SENATOR JAMES' Earnest Imur, Horso Branch. CONDITION WORSE Josoph C. Tuckor, Hartford. Archlo 1). Hoover, Hartford. Baltimore Md May 21. At 1:30 Hurvey Floner, Equality. o'clock this morning it was reported Guy T. Taylor, Beaver Dam. that tho condition of U. S. Senator Cleatus Daughorty, Balzetown. OUlo M. James, who recently subOtis Hlckoy, Hartford. mitted to a major surgical oporutlon Joseph E. Cook, Bauuock, at the Johns Hopkins Hospital, had Alpha T. Johnson, Narrows. taken a sudden change tor tho worse. son-tenco London, May 23. "I feel confi dent that tho time is at hand when, Charles E. Cox, Island. famine stark medieval famine will Fred Brown, Fordsvllle. Join tho entente as a political and mil Charlie Foster, Echols. itary ally against Germany and AusLeonard Rowo, McHcnry. l tria," the correspondent of the Edgnr KIper, Hafzetown. telegraphs from Annemasse, in Joseph L. Griffith, Whltesvllle. France, near the Swiss border. Bonnie L. Fraln, Paducah. Tho correspondent say3 he draws Stanley Philllp3, Narrows. this conclusion from oral statements Chester R. Main, Beaver Dam. Robert B. McDougall, Centertown. by an authentic witness whoso observations extended up to the end oC Archlo White, Hartford. April. The great masses of the GerRobert A. Plummer, Prentiss. man and Austrian people, this InRoscoo Hall, Fordsvllle. formant declares, aro more than sick Ed Owen, Deanfleld. of tho war. They think and talk o C. Douglas, Cromwell. Wm. nothing but bread, and their moralo Earl Westerfleld, Whltesvllle. Is so low that tho governments aro Ed L. Reed, Beaver Dam. fearful of Bolshevik! movements. Jesse L. Austin, Beaver Dam. Among tho incident given in supLconls Smith, Hartford. port oi the story of terrible want is Archie Chapman, Hartford. the case of two prisoners of war emWilliam A. Vaught, Wysox. ployed at the gas works at Vienna, Archie Cams, McHenry. Myrtle McCleary, Vlnclnnes, Ind. who ho declares, were murdered by fellow workers who ate part of their Felix C. Birch, Horse Branch. bodies. The Arbelter Zeltung, ot Ivory Chas. Lynch, Olaton. Vienna demanded an investigation, John R. Phlpps, Hartford. and the entire issue was confiscated Rufus Lashbrook, Prentiss. Daily-Mal- Birch Shields, Cromwell. sea-"boa- rd MASONIC MEETING IIEUK JUNE TIUHl) . .4 . In no case shall this bo construed to mean that there shall be more cents gross than ono and one-hayroflts made from time wool leaves growers hands until It arrives at tho distributing center. Growers who desire to do so, will lie allowed to pool their clips In quantities of not less than minimum carloads of 10,000 pounds and consign tho wools so pooled as ono account -, ito any approved dealers In any apcenter. Growers 'proved distributing .are urged to adopt this latter course 'through county ngonts or others, thus eliminating tho profits of one middle man. In addition to said prices the government Is to pay a furthor sum equal to four por cent of tho selling prices to cover compensation or commission to approved dealers for their services In collecting and distributing wool. On wool not taken by tho government for Its own use and which may bo nllotod for other uses, prices will also bo fixed In accordance with July 30, 1817, values at Atlantic seaboard .markets nnd on such wool approved dealers shall bo entitled to a commission or compensation of n sum equal to four por cent of tho ss.i i.p price nnd this com mission of compensation shall bo a chnrgo against said wool and shall bo collected from tho manufacturer to whom said wiol Is lf interest. On June 3rd. at 2 P. M., under auspieces of Hartford Lodge No. 675, F. & A. M , there will be an open, or public meeting at theCourt house, When T. J. Adams, superintendent of the Kentucky Widow's and Orphan's homo will be tho chief speaker. Supt. Adams will discuss the question of "Masonry and Its relation to Widow's gcnoral and the and Orphans In Kentucky home In particular. The public is Invited to be present on this occasion. At night, the Local lodge will have work In the third degree, and Mr. Adams will assist In conferring of same. Chester Shields, Cromwell. Earl Thomasson, Hartford. Dee Carl Perguson, Horse Branch. Joseph E. Stone, Hartford. Oscar Shields, Cromwell. Kernle Rhoades, Deanfleld. Cecil Brown, Detroit, Mich. Ola M. Keown, Hartford. Issac C. Bozarth, Akron, Ohio. Frank Chlnn, Hartford. Wm. E. Drake, Cromwell. Wavy B. Malln, Beaver Dam. James C. Tomes, Narrows. ALTERNATES. Arvln Iglehart, Narrows. Willie D. Muffett, Narrows. Dexter D. Whittlnghill, Lexington. Cecil Martin, Evansvllle. "Grover C. Green, Hartford. Henry L. Tanner, Hartford. Stanley Gilstrap, Select. Vascoe C. Balrd, Hartford. Jesse J. Coppage, Dundee. Byron F. Igleheart, Centertown. Ira Kahn, Cromwell. Albert C. Elliot, Beaver Dam. ELD. W. B. WRIGHT DEAD. Elder W. B. Wright, widely known Christian minister, died of stomach trouble at his home In Sebra Monday night. His remains will be buried in He leaves a widow Princeton and six children. Elder Wright was born In Tennessee about sixty eight years ago. He entered the ministry of the Christian church when a young man, and has held various pastorates in KenHo tucky, Indiana and Tennessee. accepted a call to the Sebra Christian church about two months ago, but was immediately attacked with stom ach troublo that resulted In his death. Brother Wright was for soveral years pastor of tho Christian church in Hartford, and had many friends hero who heard with sorrow of-- his death. It Is said of him by his friends hero that ho was a preacher of marked ability and a christian gentleman of tho highest typo. Tho writer did not havo tho pleasure of knowing Brother Wright but from tho friendly comments mado upon his llfo and character by those who know him Intimately wo Infer that ho was a pleasing and agreoablo gentleman. Tho legion of friends ho leaves behind him Is a living monument to his useful and lovablo life. Elder Wright was tho fathor of Mrs. C. E. Smith, of Hartford, who has been nt his bedsldo for sovoral weeks. to-da- y. TEACHERS EXAMINATION. Examinations for certificates to teach In tho public schools of Ohio county woro held at Hartford and Howling Green Friday and Saturday of last week. Fifty ca'ndldntcs for wero present; forty examination four at Hartford and six at Howling Green. Of tho fifty examined thirty threo mndo first class certificates, ten mndo second class and seven failed, their grades, wero: Mno E.'McCormlc, 89 Mrs. C. P. Mldklff, 97 Emma Murlol Wilson, 92 Wems Park, 91 Wright, 89 Winnie Ira T. Jones, 91 Grace Chapman, Wilson, 92 Ireno Hello Ilhoads, 9S 89 Alma C. K. Carson, 95 Nacio Crowdor, Simpson, 95 Evelyn Fore94; Jesso Hyors, 94 Rowoim Howe, 95 man, 94 Kutlo ltuth Godsoy, 85 EUlo Wlso, 89 Swlhnrt, 86 Ethel Myrtle Taylor, 93 Mary F. Davison, Royal, 92, 8G Ona Rogers, 88 Lula Josophlno Hoover, 90 Mnttyo Haltzell, Fulkorson, SS Dudley 87; Lucy K. Haynes, 85 Ireno Wnrd, Westorflold. 92 Ethol Gllllm, 85; Maudo 92 Rhoda Williams, Stowurt, 94 Evorott Hratchor, 89. Stan-lo- y 90 Hyors fUteon year old son of Dr. R. A. Hyors, of Horso Hrnnch, made but was under a grade of 87 tho ago for a certificate. Those making second class certificates wero: Athel Woods, Margaret Tomerlln, Mablo Russoll, Fannyo Mao Paris, Houlah Klmbly, Ray Cook, Paulino Rhoades, Amby Humble and Zoda Raymond. 1; 1; 1; 1; 1; 1; 1; 10-1- 1; 1; 1; 1; 1; 1; 1; 9-10-1- 1; 1; 8-ll; 1; in consequence. The affair was referred to In parliament, but was hushed up in the Vienna press. Faint From Hunger. The narrator said he and his family had lived for weeks almost entirely on mushrooms gathered in a forest outside the town in which he dwelt. "People often faint in the streets from hunger," he continued. "The health of many is such that they can hardly stand, to say nothing of work, and things are getting worse every day. Even the soldiers do not havo sufficient food. They are not only sick of war, but thoroughly apathetic regarding it. It is a common sight to see soldiers begging for food. Everybody is convinced that the expected food relief from Ukraine is mirage. 'Only another Prussian swindle,' they say. "The three worst months Juno, July and August are yet to come. Last year there was almost nothing to eat in those months but cucumbers and fruit. Typhus and dysentery became epidemic. The people are shuddering at the prospect of these threo months now." As far as they dare, the dispatch, continues, the people Jeer at the talk of smashing the British and French and at the submarine campaign, the only result of which they see has been to add America to their enemies. Every one made fun of President Wil son as a pedant, the correspondent adds, but the people are now changing their tune, und are afraid that America is in earnest. IN JUDGE COOK'S COURT. TO TlIK (JRADUATES. " ' From n rear seat in tho methodlst church Friday evening wo witnessed your reception of your diplomas, nnd It occurred to us then to offer, through tho columns of this papor, somo observations on tho posslblll- tlos of llfo that now Ho boforo you. Through tho kind favor of fortuno you aro now entering upon tho serious task of llfo, with an equlpmont that does not coino to us all, nnd you linvo reason to feel n Just prldo in it. You havo labored long and industriously and now you havo a right to bo proud of your roward. Hut tho real labor of your llfo Is Just now For all tho things that aro whllo tho multitude is striving, worth nnd to win you must ovorcoino tho competition that struggles at tho door of every opportunity. The road to success Is not an obscuro and hlddon jmth. It is broad nnd open and plain, m BISHOP JOHN M. MOORE. Tho Atlantic Methodist Conference now In session, has cloctod John M. Mooro Bishop. Tho highest office Rov. in tho gift of tho organization. Mooro Is a Butler County son, nnd wo aro proud of him. Ho has climbed to tho top round of tho laddor, as many sons of Hutlor County havo done. Green River Republican. - Judgo Cook and county attorney Kirk had a busy day Monday. Henry Igleheart, tho Contertown youth who shot Ercy Barnes recently, was the court on examining trial, and was held for appearance later for trial In tho Juvenile court. Tho Igleheart boy Is only fourteen years old, and on his first legs In Ho had recently been courtships. calling on a llttlo girl in the neighborhood, and somo boys had planned to rock him on his return from one of his visits to tho young lady. Igleheart got wind of tho fact, and arming himself with a 44 pistol and a doublo barrel shot gun hid in a plum thicket and took a shot at the first bunch that camo along, seriously wounding Ercy Barnes, and slightly wounding Carl Ashby. Igleheart admits ho shot tho wrong boys. Jim Taylor, of Beaver Dam, was put on trial on a chargo of having' whisky In his possession for tho purpose of salo. There woro about twenty flvo witnesses In the case. Taylor was given a flno of 100 and Ho will apten days Imprisonment. peal tho caso to the circuit court. be-fo- ro HOME HOY WOUNDED. In tho casualty list for Saturday appears tho uamo of tho first Ohio spoar of man was who was Give your mite to the Red county boy toched by tho Hunnlsh hate. Tho young Cross, to buy a bandage for James Johnson, ot Reynolds, a wounded soldier in France. reported sllghty wounded. lilltMmilfflIIIWllfflMliMaMiniH tMMIIWNNiiMMttMeMIMMIBI wk3mndt HjKMffMWWMB'.mWiHt ll. ..' . j"v-- . THE WOMAN TEMPTED ME AND I that sho would LIBERTY BONDS, HOW he said, desplto his efforts to arrango aco MIm Lusk nlono, ji 1.M l dtsm k. . r. f W.I r. a meeting through another woman TO CONVERT THEM who was a friend of tho two, and so tho next day she went to the Mills home. Shortly afterward his wife called him on tho telephone nnd Age-Ol- d Told By asked him to come over. When ho Secretary McAdoo Gives Story arrived sho was unconscious with n Procedure To Be Man In Murder Trial bullet In her heart and died a fow Followed. Of Woman. minutes later. Tho only emotion exhibited by Dr. Roberts throughout tho day was a constant moistening of his lips nnd a Road lo Happiness. Waukesha, Wis., May 17. Dr. Readers of tho Republican, who hard grip on tho arm of tho witness own Liberty lie nminblc, cheerful nnd good Rends, either of the David Roberta took llio witness stand chair. y ns the accuser of Grace Lusk, nn you nro much more likely to first or second Issue, aro much Inter Near the end of the session, on trial charged with the murder of ested in tho method necessary to pur- bo happy, you will And this dim- when he was telling of finding sue, In his wife. order to convert the samo cult, if not Imposslblo.however, when the body of his wife, he broko down Into per cent Interest bearing you nre constantly troubled with con"Shotempted mc," was the burden and sobbed. At this brief point the bonds, ns provided by of nil his testimony. lEtf-law, therefore stipation. Take Chnniherlnln'a TabV HO I'll C court ordered n brief recess so that he wo reproduce full statement relative lets and get rid of that and It will bo "Oh, that Is not true," the defendcould regain his composure. ant cried as sho struggled from her thereto, as made by Secretary Mc- easy. These tablets not only move On direct examination, although in Adoo, upon tho subject: tho bowels.vbut Improve tho appetite seat despite hands that tried to restructed by the court that he need not "Three and n halt per cent bonds and strengthen tho digestion. strain her. in questions which might tend answer of the first Liberty loan, 4 per cent 'Sho asked mc If I loved her and to Incriminate him, Dr. Roberts told bonds I answered that I honored and reof the second' Liberty loan "WAR TO THE IIKATII" KKVNOTK swore, as ho bared In detail of his relations with Miss converted nnd 1 per cent bonds of spected her," ho OF WILLIAM II. TAKT'S SPIJIH II of several meetings with the second Liberty loan will be con the story of their relations from the Lusk and of her In Milwaukee and Chicago hotels. verted Into 4 U per cent bonds dur time they first met at the homo Philadelphia, Dispatch. "War to Dr. Roberts wan called to the witing tho six months' period beginning n mutual friend In July, 1914, until the denth," demanded former Presi dying with two bul ness stand unexpectedly by tho State May 9 and ending November 9, 191S. ho found his wlfo dent Taft in his keynote speech nt In the morning session of court after lets In her body three years later. "It will not bo practicable to make tho opening session of the you to tell me that you two physicians had testified that Miss deliveries prior to Juno 1, 191S, of Tire-buyin- g "I want tlon will continue for two days. After Lusk, from descriptions of her con 4 lovo mc more than anyone else In 'i per cent conversion bonds and as League to Enforce Peaco. The com en-- a the world, and I want you to tell Mrs. duct following the shooting, might under the net approved April 4, 11S. stirring plea for a fighting army of holders of 4 per lloberts so," he testified she said to havo been insane at tho time. Throughout tho day the courtroom first Liberty loan cent bonds of the 5,000,000 men, Mr. Taft said: meetings which him at one of their presenting their I ' Chain TnW "Wo .should set our faces stem was filled to overflowing with spechad been sought by her. bonds for conversion after July 1. and unbending toward one end war of them but not "I said absolutely no nnd she tators, more than after November 9, 191S, will Let us have pence, but let us have being women. Your car must give greater service this year be entitled to the Increased interest war that we may have peace. To struck me In the faco as hard as sho The court adjourned with Dr. Robcould," he added. rate from Juno 15 to May 15. re- sound the trumpet, Mem, Implacable than ever before. erts still on the stand and his ex spectively, Met Her In HnU-without adjustment of in- war to bo the end, this convention amination will be continued Later he told of meeting her In speeds up "work terest. It is hoped that holders of was called." Chicago nnd Mllwaukeo hotels and row. such bonds will not present tholr working power. Mr. Taft presided. Men of nationo produced letters she had written to bonds for conversion until ofter wide prominence to the number of The proper food for one man may him and one" written by her to Mrs. July 1, 191S. highest car economy lies in utmost service. 4,000 are In attendence. They include be all wrong for another. Every lloberts, which he had intercepted Adjustment Of Interest. educators, business men and states one should adopt a diet suited to his before Its delivery. "In the case, however, of the hold men. most economical tires are those which will age1 and occupation. Those who "I have begged him to go to you "This convention speaks an irrevoyou greatest use of your car. have weak stomachs need to be es- ers of such bonds who prefer to preand tell you the situation frankly, for sent their bonds for conversion on or cable public opinion that the war I have felt that you were a big pecially careful and should eat slowly before July 1, 191S, an adjustment of must go on until our foe Is defeated." just what United States Tires will do for and masticate their food thoroughly. enough woman to desiro his happi It Is also important that they keep interest will be made. This interest Mr. Taft said. "We are lighting the you. ness," the letter to Mrs. Roberts adjustment In tho case of bonds of German people led by the Ilohenzol-ler- n beread. "If he does not care enough their bowels regular. When they the first Liberty loan converted will nasty, Its military hierarchy d You can depend on them for continuous service, for me to do that, It Is I who have come constipated or when they feel be In favor of the bondholder if such and Prussian reactionaries. They been made the plaything, then I am dull and stupid after eating, they bonds are presented for coinersion maintain the undiluted and cruet should take Chamberlain's Tablets to Uj most mileage at lowest mileage cost. . afraid I shall call him to account. before June 1.191S. and will be in fathat 'might Is right.' The have havo been much strengthen the stomach and move the vor of the United States if such bonds "Wouldn't it been strengthening their might for Equip United States Tires. simpler if Instead of intimidating bowels. They are easy to take and are presented for conversion after fifty years in order to establish their , in your husband you had faced matters pleasant In effect. June 15 and on or before July 1, right ti) the domination of the world Our nearest Sales and Service Depot dealer will frankly and squarely and given him 19 IS. In the case of bonds of the "No one In the wildest Might of his TO MERCHANTS AXI MILLKRS. you lose his confihis freedom when be glad to assist you in selection. second Liberty loan this interest ad- Imagination now can think of undedence and all? (1) No family is permitted to buy justment will be In favor of the bond- feated Germany yielding either prop "It is he who has been made not holders If such bonds arc presented er indemnity to Belgium or justice to United States Tubes and Tire truthful, and I who have lost my one more than sis pounds of wheat flour for conversion before May 15, 191S, per month for each member of his Nor will tho uncoil Accessories Havt All the Sttrting only reputation that you might and and will be In favor of the United quered German ruling class consent family. Worth and Wear that Malt United keep your throne. It really isn't (2) No dealer can sell wheat flour States If such bonds aro presented to lift the German paw from prostrate quite fair, is It?" States Tires Supreme. for conversion after May 15 and on or Russia, or give over to decent rule to any family when the amount sold --4 In June, 1917, he testified, she deadded to the amount on hands makes before July 1, 191S. Bonds present- tho bloodstained Christian prolnccs Milmanded that he meet her In a ed for conversion on or before July 1 of Turkey. If tho wrongs of the opmore than a thirty days supply when Nobky' Cb.Jn CutJ 'Vfn' 'n.U'1 waukee hotel and he did so only pressed are not righted the .ar will used on tho six pound per capita will be retained and a after she had threatened to tell his basis. receipt will be issued therefor and have been fought In vain." wife of their relations and to "make The league will take an active part (3) All dealers are required to adjustment of Interest will be coma case for Attorney Lockney." keep a record of all flour sales, show- pleted at the time of delivery of con- In activities. This Is At this meeting he said she proemphasized In the annual report of ing the person to whom sold, the version bonds. duced a revolver, which afterward How To Coiiivrt HontN. the executive committee. date of the sale, the unmber in the was Identified as the same one with "Bonds may be presented and sur family and the amount sold. "The task of the league has been which she later shot his wife and (4) All people are warned against rendered for conversion at any feder- one of popular education," the report herself, and pointing It at his head the danger of buying more than six al reserve bank or at the treasury de- says. "It has marshalled the resources said: pounds of flour per month Icy In dealing with tho male student per partment. Registered bonds presented of a powerful organization by leaders "1 will shoot you dead If you do MILITARY UNITS each member of tho family, or of for conversion must be assigned to of national reputation in every state body of the colleges of tho country not put your hand on that Bible and having more than a thirty days sup- the secretary of the treasury for con- of the union to accomplish the fol alms to accomplish a two-fol- d object: swear that you love me and will tell version. Such assignments, however, lowing ends: FOR ALL COLLEGES First, to dovelop as a great military ply on hands at any one time. your wife. need not be witnessed. On conversion "First Emphasize the high purasset tho largo body of young men in Dr. Roberts said that he compiled. of registered bonds, registered bonds pose of tho war. the colleges and, second, to prevent $100 Reward, $100 After his first meeting with Miss "Second Take an active part in unnecessary and wasteful depletion of The this paper be only will bo delivered, neither change Lusk, Dr. Roberts said he met her pleased readers of that there Is will least of ownership nor delivery of coupon to learn Plans Devised By War De- the colleges through Indlscrlmlnato at activities. several times at church suppers. In one dreaded disease that science has bonds on conversion of registered "Third Oppose an inconclusive been able to cure In all Its stages and volunteering by offering to the stupartment Will Aid March, 1915, he said he called her that is catarrh. Catarrh being greatly bonds being permitted. Registered and German-mad- e peace that would dent a definite and Immediate mili Influenced by constitutional conditions bonds, however, may on the telephone to ask her assist Big Schools. be delivered up- be only another breathing space berequires constitutional treatment. tary status. ance with a book he was writing on Catarrh Medicine Is taken InternallyHall's on conversion of coupon bonds if re- - fore another and greater contest. and Plan To Collegc-H- . acts thru tho Blood on the Mucous Sur- guest animal diseases. therefor is submitted Coupon "Fourth Plan the foundation for faces of tho System thereby destroying Letters have just gono out to tho reThe same day, ho said, at her the foundation of the disease, giving the bonds presented for conversion must a permanent league of nations to patient Washington, Mny IS. It will be presidents of all the colleges In tho the conquest ho went to her ofllce In the Y. stitution strength by building up doing Its have May 15 or Juno 15 coupons and assisting nature In make peace securo in the future." possible for every educational Institu- country requesting them to bring this work. The proprietors have so much M. C. A. to discuss the subject. As and coupons maturing Novemfaith In the curative powers of tion In Kentucky of college grade to new plan to tho attention of tho stuho was leaving ho declares that sho Catarrh Medicine that they olTerHall's ber 15 or December 15, and all subOne maintain a military training unit on dents. "Those- who do not graduate Hundred Dollars for any case that It falls expecttold him "that she had been sequent coupons attached. Interest on to cure. Snd for list of testimonials. and after tho beginning of tho now this spring should bo urged to con-tlnAddress F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo registered bonds will be paid ing a letter from a sweetheart lit Milon May FOR FLETCHER'S Ohio. Sold by all Druggist, "5c. their education and tako advanschool year next fall. waukee and it made her mad." 15 or June 15 without regard to conThis possibility arises under n plan tage of this now opportunity to serv i "She then asked me if I loved version. Tho coupon bonds issued Just worked out by the general staff, the nation," says tho Secretary of her," ho testified, "when I said, 'Miss upon conversion will have four Interannouncement of which Is mado by War. Lusk, I honor you and I respect you,' est coupons attached, and on and UVIDKNT STARTS Kllti: Tills plan was worked out after sevtho Secretary of War. The Idea bo she said, 'I dont't care to be honored after tho final Interest payment date THAT DESTROYS I'LAXT bind tho plan of tho government Is eral college presidents had called ator rospected. There nro other things covered thereby such bonds must be to provide military Instruction for tho tention of President Wilson and Secthat 1 want.' I said, 'What do you exchanged for new bonds with nil Owensboro, Ky., May .3. Tho college students of tho country during retary Baker to tho fact that nti:, And sho said, 'I want you to want?" subsequent interest coupons attached. plant of tho Owensboro Forging tho present emergency. dents under the draft ugo nro enlisttake mo to Chicago for a good time ' May be Overcome by Lydia "Bonds issued upon conversion of Company wns destroyed by flro this Secretury of War Baker states thnt ing In largo numbers at tho present She said, 'Othor people do those 3 Mi per cent bouds and of 4 per cent E. Pinkham's Vegetable afternoon with a loss of $C5,000. In- military instruction undor olllcers and tlmo nnd that tho Indications nro that things and I don't seo why wo can't " bonds of tho first Liberty loan con- surance on tho plant amounted to noncommissioned Compound This olllcers fo the by tho beginning of u new school year It was at this point that Miss Lusk verted will bo dated May 9 and will $40,000. army will bo provided In every In- tho college attendance will bo great Letter Proves It. leaped to hor feet with the frantic carry 4 U per cent from Juno 10. Tho forges wore heated by oil, stitution of college grade which en- ly reduced unless boniethlng can bo donial which oloctrliled tho courtWest Philadelphia, Pa. " During tho Bonds Issued upon conversion of 4 which was pumped to them. Ono of rolls tor this instruction ono hundord dono to encourage young men by givthirty years I have been married, I have per cent bonds of tho room. After stating straight at tho second Liberty tho belts In tho building broko, or more d ueen in oau ncaiui students over tho ing them a dollnlto military status Imwitness with teurlllled eyes, sho and had several at- loan will bo dated May 9 and will and in swinging around hit tho oil agu of 18. Tho necessary mili mediately. Tho Secretary or War turned and sank sobbing into her tacks of nervous carry Interest ut 4 per cent from pipe, which was smashed. Oil flowed tary equipment also will bo provided took the mutter up with the President prostration until it May 15. anus. father's In a stream to tho forges nnd in a by tho government ns far us It Is pos- and tlio outcome Is tho plan which seemed as if the Lator on Dr. Terms of Conversion. fow seconds tho cntlro building was sible to do so, organs in my whole has been worked out. Roberts, in again describing tho incibody wero worn "Tho registered and coupon bonds enveloped iu flames. Tho company Kiillstments in those military units dent, said that ho had also told her: out. I was finally Issued upon conversion will bo Issued was doing Government work and had will bo purely voluntary, but college "I am a straugor to you and you nro 111 persuaded to try In the same, denominations as tho u year's orders on baud. heads will bo expected to encourage Lydia E. Pinkham s a btranger to mo. If you wait u year FOR FLETCHER'S Nearly 100 men wore employed. S. young men over tho ugo or 18 who Vogotablo Com- bunds of tho third Liberty loan and 1 you won't want to go to Chicago with pound and it made except for tho dates of maturity of It. Kwlng. Rldloy Kwlng and II. S. aro attending the college to enlist. a well woman of principal, tho dates for payment of Borry wero tho lurgost me." stockholders. An enlistment will constitute tho . me. I can now do In tolling of tho events Immedinil my housework Interest and tho tonus of redemption, Plant will bo rebuilt ut onco. htudont a inombor of tho army of tho MltKlt'l'Y LOAN WINS. ately procodlng tho tragedy Dr. Rob- nnd advise nil ailing women to try which will remain tho btiino us for tho United States and liable to active duty erts told of a vNIt made to his house Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- tho original Issues, tho terms of such NOW I'OU WILSON. nt tlio call or tho President. WiiHhliiBton. .May 17. Unofficial on the eve of the shooting, lie said pound nnd I will guaranteo they will 4 U pot cent issuo, upon conversion y Secretury Baker announces, how-ove- r, reports to tho Treasury Inderive great benefit from it" Mrs. Miss Lusk tibked if ho had that will bo idonticul with tho bonds of A colored man lu quoted us follows: that It will bo the policy or tho dicated that tho Third Liberty Loan Fiunk FiTZGnitALD. 25 N. 41st Street, told his wlfo as ho had sworn to do, West Philadelphia, Pa. tlio third Liberty loan, Including tax "I ain't no Democrat, but if Presi government not to cull tho momburn totul had gono above $4,000,000,000 mid ho said that ho had not, but that Thero nro thousands of women every- exemptions, uonconvertlblllty, recolv-ublll- dent Wilson runs agin I'm gwlno to of thaso training units to active duty unil might reach $4,200,000,000. Tho where in Mrs. Fitzgerald's condition, by would ut once. for federal inheritance taxes. voto for him. I dono vote ngln him until they havo reached tho ago of 21, exact total will not bo known until After walking back through tho sufTerimr from nervousness, backache,a j They will not carry tho circulation twlco 'causo ho warn't on my ticket, headaches, nnd other symptoms of unless urgent military necessity com- next week. park with her when ho succeeded iu 1UI1KUUI1UI UlTUUUl'llll'Ill. Jb wub u privilege, they will bo receivable as but I shore does admire a man what pels un oarllor cull. Provision. It Is Inducing hor to roturn to hor homo grateful spirit for health restored which security for public deposits and may does things like ho does. Any man uiuiounced, will bo made for CJct Rid or Vour to write this letter so that other HIieiHimtlsm. the wltuotfti said that ho wont to his led her tho reserve ollicora' training from her experience participate in tho benollt of tho bond what can inako tho da an hour long Now is tho tlmo to get rid or you wife and told her that "Mlw Lusk women may benefitbIio has done. purchase fund. er and tuko nil do railroads uway camp system which exists In ubout and find health as rheumatism. You win nnd -- ChamutktMl me to toll you that she is For suggestions in regard to your con"Aftor Novombor 9 no father rights from tho rich folks and turn 'om d of tho colleglato institutions dition writo Lydia E. Pinkham Medicina of conversion will attach or accrue to over to his lnfatuatwl with mo." l" Th hu bhoro got or tho country.wlth this broader plan. I ' As n result Mrs. Roberts decided Co., Lynn, Mass. Tho result of their 4 por cent bonds of tho ' roller whlc ITnW7u alo , worth second Liberty Bunipin' In him. . Secretary Baker savs this, ..., ,.,- - ... .... 40 yearj experience is at your service. .., lllullj maun jig cost. m YIELDED loan, nnd after Hint dnto 3 per cent bonds of tho first Liberty loan will havo no fullier conversion rights with respect to tho conversion privilege now nrlslng, but nny unconverted 3 Per cent bonds will havo a current right of conversion In the event of any further bond lssuo nt a higher rnto than 3 fc per cent beforo tho termination of tho war. All 1 U per cent bonds, Including bonds issued upon conversions, nro nonconvertlble." " United States Tires are Good Tires nn-ttir- to-da- 4i sk'i ! wSSSMI The Real Meanings x -- to-da- y $ wssm 'J ipr of Economy two-thir- to-m- or 'It your increases your The The giv; That's doc-tori- with f Alsace-Lorrain- e. "win-the-wa- win-the-w- ar li d, Children Cry CASTO R A uo " NERVOUS PROSTRATION able-bodie- lis X Children Cry CASTORfV ty ono-thlr- son-in-la- w I 9""" H M- .. VHWm W " " ftTVT ! ' .i- -J f-- ltJtaft-- 1 ?v 1 t Indoor sport of n group of skilled CHINA AND JAPAN Imitators, has practically disappeared, y by secret sorvlco it was said TAKES JOINT ACTION SWAMPED HUN operatives, who nro Inclined to tho belief that tho slump Is directly duo to tho war. It was thought that tho foreign members of theso bands had Havoc Wrought To Germans been rounded up In tho mobilization Agree To Guard Interest In East To End of reservists, nnd that tho Americans In Battle Of Picardy had boon taken In tho draft. HowOf War. Fearful. ever, secret sorvlco operatives nro not resting on their oars. On tho 3P contrary, recognizing tho possibility Washington, May 18. Informn"-tlo-n of now talont appearing almost nt nny ; (Loulsvlllo Itcrnlil.) reached tho Stato Department PorlH, April 20. Amorlcnn nvla- - time, they nro continuing to subject y of tho conculslon of an agreetors'in tho lloynl KlyliiR Corps mid tho nation's paper currency to tho ment between Japan nnd china for Kronch oscndrllls who took part In closest scrutiny. tho protection of their common Interthe b'nttlo of Plcnrdy hnvo roturncd to ests In tho Far Hast against German 1'nrls for brief leaves. They declare TAKKV. aggression. Although giving few dethat, tho (daughter liilltctcd on Gertails the reports to tho department man troops and convoys by the allied A heavy rain fell hero Saturday were said to make it clear that the nlf ''fleets is unbelievable. nnd Sunday. ngreemont was only for tho period of Having exhnustcd their bombs and Itev. Illrcli Shields filled his regu- tho war and was solely for protechulletx, many of lar nppolntment belts of miichlnc-gu- n nt tho Ilaptlst tive purposes. tho American aviators flew back and church. A Joint defensive move to counterforth between the nearest II rlt isli nnd Mr. Estill Ilartlctt and family, of act German aggression in Siberia is French batteries, loaded up their ma- Owcnsboro, have moved back to this known to bo contemplated, but inchines with 75, 120 nnd shells place. formation was lacking ns to whether and grenades until the machines were Mr. Clarence Pntton and children this would lnvolvo a movement In Phcnvlly loaded that dllllculty was spent from Friday until Sundny with force Into Siberia by Japanese and experienced In leaving tho ground. his aunt, Mona Sharp, of Pleasant Chinese troops. As to tho necessity Then, Hying nt n perilously low al- Uldge. for such action tho Stato Departtitude, tho nvlators rushed back over Several from hero appeared before ment Is not Informed, but It Is astho German lines, dropping tho shells tho Hoard of Supervisors at Hartford sumed that because of their proxpbsb drat among tho massed German Thursday. imity to Siberia, Japan and China, troops. A few minutes nftcr their Mr. and Mrs. Ira D. Funk attended in that cargo of shells were exhausted tho tho funeral of Charlie Phillips at with a much keener Interest country than nny other Power.doubt-les- s aviators wero back" at tho batteries Dells Hun. were In better position to know loading up and munition depots, Mr. Oba Helm was hero on busi- tho extent of German Influence there again. ness Wednesday. , nnd tho necessity for curbing It by Mrs. John Raymond spent Thurs- military force. Shells l,-i- l I'reely. oiTho American aviators declnro that day with her daughter, Mrs. Gertrey m never wero shells and grenades eni-- v Funk. United Stales' Stand. Mr. Claronco Patton Is busy raft.ployed as freely by aviators as dur- Regarding tho agreement as of a ing logs. .vlncttho battlo of Picardy. purely defensive nature, tho State a JThero Is no doubt that the slowing Department does not bcllovo it di up of tho German offensive was In rectly concerns tho United States and consequently It involves no change i great part due to the wonderful work GERMANY WANTS ' 'ocjtliis American and allied aviator. In tho policy .of tho department In American uvlators who wero still in ONLY A LITTLE? tho treatment of Fnr Eastern quesof War training when Secretary tions. That policy, It Is said, propvlbited them, and who had , Baker erly might bo subject to revision if dropped nothing more deadly than Belgium, Baltic in the future Japan and China should practice bombs, were hurried Into tho Desires find It necessary or advisable to call fight nnd acquitted themselves like upon the United States or tho EnStates And All War veterans. tente Allies for military or other subCost Paid. , 'if&Tho swarms of allied aviators literstantial assistance In carrying out ally swept the German machine from As tho matter now their plans. llie sky. Whenever there was a break stands there is not the slightest disallied lines tho aviators wero With the French Army in France, position to question the motives that "rushed In, nnd by their effectlvo work May 15. Germany's conditions of Impel the two Eastern nations to Join .prevented German aerial observers pcaco arc clearly stated In a docu- hands to protect themselves from any ' ifrom learning that gaps existed until ment found In a German trench that danger which they may foresee. fjuwas too late for nny advantage to was recently recaptured by Entente Co derived from tho temporary con- nllled troops. A resume of tho prinUnity In China Urged. rditlon cipal conditions ns given in an official Practical difficulty In the combinaf llmoc Worked IV.irf translation reads: tion of Japanese nnd Chinese Inter"After tho enormous sacrifices we ests Is suggested In diplomatic cirTCvcn before tho French cavalry swept Into the breaches In the Ilrltlsh have mndc of our blood and property cles hero through tho disaffection in lines caused by the mysterious de- wo oxact as n necessary minimum to Southern China. But It is said that bacle of tho Fifth army the airmen tho preservation and development of this Is founded entirely upon tho amWere on tho spot They made tho Germany tho following: bitions of Chinese leaders without "Belgium, especially tho Flanders any (4 m a n attempts to brenk through at relation to tho situation In Si'.the breaches costly beyond belief. And coast, with Antwerp, Is to remain beria. Efforts are now being made, ;by tho time tho aviators had ileci- -. under German military, economic and backed by powerful Influences in and mated tho German ranks the French political dependence. out of China, to induce these leaders "Liberty of the seas shall bo prop- to sink their personal aspirations so 'cavalry had como up as a temporary barrier and behind them infantry, erly established for all nations, tho that tho Chinese republic can be Central Powers being allowed a com- brought together as a unit to Join tanks and artillery. Wherever the aviators appeared mercial licet totaling 17.S00.000 tons, with Japan In maintaining peace in there was tho greatest confusion in while that of tho Allies should tho Far East and in destroying any tho enemy ranks. Tho infantry broke amount to 10,000,000. pernicious German influence, not only "Our colonies shall bo returned In Siberia, but in China and Japan, ranks and left the main roads for Horses with augmentation. paths through tho brush. where it has manifested itself in tho "Wo aro to have more numerous fomentation of rebellion nnd covert broke away from tho artillery caissons and rolled In their death agonies and stronger navnl stations. attacks upon tho existing Govern"Tho Longwy and Brley mlno fields, ments becauso of their adhesion to in tho mud while tho chauffeurs of motor transport trains wero forced to which furnish Franco Its weapons for tho Entente cause. attneks, shill become Gorman. bide underneath their trucks. "Readjustments of tho frontiers, roads were encumbered by tho The Best Remedy for "Whooping Cough. blocked ammunition trains. Columns particularly in tho Vosges, nro to bo "Last winter when my little boy march scattered, as one avia- dxed according to tho military situ'on the tor expressed it, "ns if a strong wind ation and tho appreciation of tho had the whooping cough I gave him Cough Remedy," bad first shaken them up and then commandant; our frontiers must bo Chamberlain's Is made easi- writes, Mrs. J. B. Roberts, East St. blow them Hat to tho ground or into such that their defenso Louis, 111. "It kept his cough loose the ditches along tho road." Tho er. prov- and relieved him of those dreadful 'i hours saved by tho air fleets wero "Tho former German Baltic d Ilrltlsh inces shall bo incorporated, their coughing spells. It Is tho only cough 'aluable to tho jinnies which wero bearing tho brunt rich soil furnishing now cereal fields medicine I keep in the house befor German peasant emigrants, thus cause -- I have the confidence in it." of tho German assaults. eniedy is also good for colds protecting tho empire against tho Air Work Told Tule. m slowing up of tho German dangers of famine. Tho "Courlnnd, Lithuania, Livonia nnd hordes In tho fourth, fifth nnd DISLOYAL PUNISHED. days of tho offensivo is directly Ksthonln are to bo colonized. "Ono million eight hundred thousdue to tho work of tho aviators. London, Ky., May 17. Charged German battorles and troops found and tonB of Rumanian petrol will bo with violation of Section 3 of tho esthenibolves "up in tho air" without nt tho disposition of Germany. "Thoso nations who attacks pcaco-- pionage act, Silas Saylor, of Letchor food, machine gun bullets and their Germany must pay nil war charges county, nnd L. II. Sturm, of Plnovlllo, favorito nine point flvo shells, for;ln wore spray- In raw material, ships, ready money woro sentenced yesterday morning tho rear allied aviators ing all munition and supply trains and territorial concessions, leaving by Fedoral Judgo A. M. J. Cochran's day nnd night with millions of bul- Germany with only $5,000,000,000 court to servo threo years each In tho Federal penitentiary at Atlnntn, lets, bombs, torpedoes, shells and national dobt." ALLIED AIRMEN to-da- 1G-In- ed. Ono of fhem bogged to have tho blindfold t moved, but ono of tho boys said, ' Mother, you ought to be ,ginu you ar. uuncirolued. Wo nro lying hero with our nrms nnd legs (Phot off i)0 iiv? wo refused to go to Franco and fight tho Germans." Sturm also tatcd thnt ho had soon young men iiv tho hundreds who wore within the draft ago sitting around in danco lulls, cabarets, parks nnd various oth r places, weoplng because they wero afraid they would bo called upon to go to Franco to fight tho Germans. On tho mines? stand Sturm admitted that he mado tho statements charged, but denied thnt ho Intended to Interfere In any way with tho sorvlco of the United States. He said his information as to a mutiny aboard ship was furnished by a man by the name of Culien.who worked In tho Brooklyn Navy ynrd. Ho did not know Cohen, ho said, and only met him accidentally. District Attorney Thomas D. Slat-terIn his speech beforo the Jury, clearly outlined this statement as being typical German propaganda, and In a scathing arraignment of the enemy, "who fights In tho dark," called upon the Jury to find the defendant guilty. The Jury returned In about five minutes with a verdict. -y, S& jiUMifcji i J j Met Contents 15 fluid Drachm; 1 Im II BIBB UPS I iA V H IN II Sfc EMB'249n H JH n mt9J For Infanta and Children. Mothers Know That ztlf zh 2Z i L- Genuine Castoria n tpi? r.nsT. 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Efforts to attach an amendment to tho measure suspending for at least a year operation of tho act effectlvo pastal July 1 increasing second-clas- s y rates, were aba'ndoned lato after supporters of the amendment ccamo convinced that it would bo defeated. Tho amendment was urged by publishers, but many Senators questioned the legality of attaching It to an appropriation bill. Later an effort will be mado to add it to some other bill, It was said. several SenDuring debate y ators attacked tho proposal to susmall increases. pend the second-clas- s Senator Gronna, of North Dakota, Republican, said the increase works no injustice to small newspaper publishers and that all of them do not opposo It, while Senator Hardwick, of Georgia, Democrat, presented a resolution of tho Missouri Press Association favoring the increase. Under the bill as adopted, city mail carriers, clerks and other postal employes would be granted an increase n pay of $200 a year, while rural carriers would receive an Increaso of 20 per cent over their present salaries. Overtime pay for postal employes also is provided in a committee amendment, which tho Senate accepted today, 26 to 21, afteV it once had rejected it. Tho Senate retained House provisions appropriating $100,000 for experiments in airplane mall service between cities to be designated by the Postmaster General and fixing tho postage cost for such mail at 24 cents an ounce or fraction thereof. Senator King, of Utah, Democrat, led a flight to eliminate this section, opponents claiming that such experiments should not be conducted during tho war becauso of the need of airplanes in France. 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Gn. f ltl.NDKU TWINI3 PRICK. . found themselves with no means of rogulntlng their flro on the allied positions. German infantry coiihtantly found Itself pocketed in death traps, British and French cul do sacs from Which death spat from cunning nests of machine guns. German communications with tho rear wero constantly cut; tho enemy tried In vain to locate tio nlllml reserves. Throughout tho whole of tho first phase of tho offensivo tho allied superiority in tho air wns overwhelming. -- - Bulletin No. 35, issued to all Fodor-a- l Food Administrators in Kentucky: Tho Food Administration has revised tho recommoudations on tho prlco at which retailers should handlo binder twlno nnd advises that tho margin of Two Cents (2) por pound cash or its equivalent, and Two and One-ha- lf per pound on Cents credit with freight added from tho price of Twenty-Thrc- o Cents (23) per pound will not bo considered unreasonable, but intimates that anything moro than that token by retail merchants would bo subject to serious in- (2) &coi'NTi:itKi:m:K hhoktaok vestigation. FRED M. SACKBTT. Fedorul Food Administrator for Ky. m Tho war hass caused a shortago even of counMay 18. 4Washington, ANUTIinil HKSUi.T OI" WAH terfeiters. note, tho Tho spurious fashioning or. vynicu wns uiu mw.jiw ton-doll- CAST.ORI Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S A Saylor pleaded guilty to an Indictment charging him with advising young men within the draft ago.when thoy got into a fight, to throw down their arms and refuse to flro a shot. Sturm camo to Pinovillo from Now York last spring. In a conversation with four young men subject to military sorvlco, in which ono of tho young men stated that tho people of tho United States wero nccoptlng tho draft legislation in a fine spirit, Sturm replied, "In tho hills of old Kentucky tho pcoplo do not realize conditions." Ho also said that ho had Just returned from Now York and that two ships that had sailed for Franco carried munitions. When tho men learned that they wore sailing for Franco tho soldiers forced tho captain to return to port, and when tho mothers of some of tho men heard that their sons had return ed they went to see thorn. When tho mothers unlved thoy were blindfold regarding tho hosInformation pitals of tho United Stntes, in process of compilation slnco 191C, is now collated and indexed in tho medical section of tho Council of National Defenso. A central bureau of information concerning tho hospital facilities of tho county, under war conditions, Is thus provided. Tho data will bo kept up to date from month to month This bureau hns not only the details of over 1,000 active hospitals, but is also gathering full data concerning nearly 8,000 other institutions, which Includes sanatorlnm, Infirmaries, homes, asylums, and dispensaries. "THIS IS MY IIATTLIV SAID KAISER BILL BEFORE WAR London, May IS. A wireless press message from Romo says: "Tho German offensive was undertaken at tho exclusive desire of tho Kaiser, who 6ald to his generals: 'This is my battle. " AMBITION, ERERGY, NERVE. The road to success is easy if you are properly prepared. A Business Education is the chief requisite for preparedness. The big men of today almost without exception are the men who prepared yesterday. We prepare you for the position that are waitia for the prepared man or woman. School in session the entire year. Pupils may enter at any time and receive proper classification, V Bill BIB cWKOCSt V. 8 ntto KY. ii! (Incorporated) OWEJNSBORO Wsyfff LavaaiaVVMB)l LlfltflTf l'1'' 'l"ft'"MW nj.ir. f ffiTBIWrT &ij i, "Vm --- , The Hartford Republican jiAUTronn printing company Incorporated Sec.-Trea- PiihlMirri Weekly by has lieon freely spoken of for the W. S. TINSLEY, nomination for congress, and Judge C. E. SMITH, s. M. L. Hoavrin, of Hartford, has been President solicited to make the race for Judge Editor of tho Court of Appeals, but nolther JOHN IIKNKV THOMAS has signified Editor of these gentlemen V. S. TINSLEY, willingness to enter tho race. hi mul lliilnet MuiiiiRor. This Is n mntter that should bo at taken up by the party leaders, Entered nccortllnR to law nt the once rostomce, Hartford, Ky., as mall and suitable- candidates for both of these ofllces put In the field. matter of the second class. petitions to get their nnmos on the primary ballot. The Republicans so far have said Httlo about candidate for congress r.nd Judge of the Court of Appeals. JiuIro John P. Ilaswnll STRAY STREAKS (By Fluke- McFluko.) ?.' 's Ernest Blrkhead says Leo Slmmor-mnnspring crop of wild oats, while full of taros, ?eem to bo up to his average standard, tho his mustard and glngor 'pear to be drying up a hit. BUY WAR SAVING STAMPS Pershing's army is at the active battle front. The seriousness of America's part if the world war has been brought home to everybody. H all communications The Hartford Republican. Address to Subscribers dcslrlnR tho paper sent to a new address must give tho old address in making tho request. Business Locals and Notices 10c per line, and 5c per lino for additional insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards of Thanks, 6c per line, money in advance. rhurth Notices for services free, hut other advertisements, oc per line. Anonymous communications will receive no attention. TELEPHONES. Cumberland Fanners Mutual FRIDAY 128 notice to subscribers. Its a darn good thing 'Ed, "Loin. Jess and that bunch don't make any extra charge for that Breckinridge and Grayson county "yaller" hillside We want again to urgo tho farmers muck they shoot nt their patrons, of tho county to tako useful advnnt-ag- o tho we ndiult its tolerably fair and If handled properly would of tho free service of tho county farm agent. This service Is paid for make the water bill look like 2 bits by the county and state, and the hum- Yes our wife's fixed up a rain barrel blest farmer in tho county Is en- so we could hnvo water to wash off titled to tho use of it. Tho county with when we tako our agent, Mr. Browder, is a trained and One thing that gets our nanny up skilled agriculturist, and Is capable of giving valuable and useful advice ono sldo nnd down the other, Is, to to our farmers. Personally Mr. ncak in home very early in the night, Browder is an agreeable and obliging say about 11:45, skin off our shoes citizen, and takes pleasure In answer nnd hccllcss sox and wade out into ing inquiries, or In any other way of the middle of n room in which tho being of service to the farmers. Many floor has been freshly painted by the of tho most progressive farmers are wife and kid. "unbeknownst" to us. real-cstnsemi-monthl- y. ARE YOU DOING YOUR PART? to I H V"i( Bfflna EnSB ax MX 31) MAY 21 While it is akin to treason to talk politics while we are engaged in tho world war, our Democratic friends go merrily on planning their congressional and senatorial campaigns. May be it Is a crime only for Repub" " licans to talk politics. '" The law requires that every male citizen between tho ages of 1G and .50 shall perform some useful labor lor at least 36 hours each week. It Is the duty of ovary citizen to report to the county court known violations of this law. Turn tho vagrants in. ' Men In draft ago who have been put in preferred class on the plea of having a wife to support should, as the Dutchman said, look a leetlo out, about keeping at work. The exemption board has power to reclassify, and has already done so in a few ' cases. The better thought of Russia is smarting under tho sting of German humiliation, and as soon as it becomes apparent that the German cause is hopelessly lost it is a reasonable expectation that n mighty Russian army will rise up nnd como to the allies' rescue in tho finishing hours of the war. County attorney Kirk and judge Cook are in dead earnest about punishing violators of the law, and few defendants get away from their court without leaving a neat sum in fines. "While the country is weighted with the responsibilities of war the people have no patience with men who break the law. Let the good work go on. On the advice of the county farm agent we repeatedly called tho attention of the farmers to the danger of planting poor seed corn, and urged them to test their seed before planting. Many of them did not heed the warning, and now the story comes from every part of tho county of whole fields having to be replanted. Is your conscience clear in tho matter of the Red Cross fund? It Is both patriotic and a moral duty to contribute to this fund for the relief of human suffering, and to shirk it Is a crime against those who are offering their lives as a sacrifice for your privilege to live in peace and comfort on the earth. If you can't give a dollar give a dime. Give something. One of Ohio county's road troubles Is in the want of proper width. Where the road is narrow and all vehicles must use a single track the result in the rainy season Is apparent. It does not require a great deal of work to widen the narrow points in the roads. was made overseer of tho Narrows and .Dundee Toad, a few years ago, and ho took a tape line on the road and widened the high way out to tho full thirty Jeet. Mr. Loyd's examplo should bo followed by the other overseers of the county. Everybody kicks tho kicker, nnd yet he is a useful citizen. Abused as lie is, the kicker Is tho most useful e. agent in regulating the public The kicker only voices what the more modest think, and in this vay be acts as a vehicle of public sentiment. It is a strange paradox, too, that the very fellow who kicks the Jdcker heartily endorses his kicking, because it brings him relief from a condition that he is too cowardly to light for himself. Wo Join in tho Keneral chorus of kicking tho kicker, and yet we are glad ho kicks. ber-vlc- T. L. Loyd, of Narrows, -- Within another thirty days Mine will expire for candidates the to file Aus Brntcher bought himself an automobile some days ago and he drove the thing out to his farm one S1VLC12G LI I IV day this week. By some chance he M couldn't think how to stop her quick c o enough and passed the bars or GRADUATION NIGHT. place. He never thought of backing the auto up, but drove up The final exercises of Commencethe road, so we arc informed, by unment week, and tho formal closing disputed authority, 4 miles before he of the school year at Hartford Colfield where found an old thrown-ou- t lege, were held at the Methodist Form-fittin- g he could turn the car around. church Friday night. The house was packed to capacity, and the evening Knitted Suits for Do you get up at night? Sanol is was full of Interest for the big audi surely tho best for all kidney or bladAnd Women. ence. der troubles. Sanol gives relief in were fourteen graduates 24 hours form all backache and bladThere guaranteed seated on the stage, and It was a der troubles. Sanol is a a bottle at remedy. 50c and $1.00 of fine young men and women bunch 46-the drug store. sitting with pleased expectancy of reception of diplomas. NOTICE TO LADIES AND GIRLS. The exercises opened with invocation by Rev. A. D. Litchfield. Oscar Miss Lillle C. Goldnamer, who Is SULPHUR SPRINGS. Bennett, class historian, delivered an District Agent for this part of the address entitled "The Present Day State in Domestic Scienco will be here The continued rains of the past Aims of the High School." Tho ad- May, 28th and 31st, inclusive and will ten days have gotten the, farmers dress was well prepared, and was de- give demonstrations in making cot- behind with their crops, and some livered In an Instructive and pleasing tage cheese at the following places anxiety is being felt that a full crop manner. and dates. may not be planted. Hill land has Winnie Dean Mosley, valedictorian Hartford, Tuesday May, 2Sth, 2:30 washed badly and will cause much of the class, had chosen for her sub- P. M. at the Court House. replanting. May ject "The Blessings of War." In her Beaver Dam, Wednesday, Some tobacco has been set, but on a 29th, 2:30 P. M. delivery Miss Mosley displayed account of excessive rains much of mastery of elocution that made a McHenry, Thursday, May. 30th, the tobacco land has not been prepardeep impression on the big audience 2:30 P. M. ed, and plants are spoiling on the present, and it gavo her the closest Rockport, Friday, May 31st, 2:30 beds. attention. The young lady's fino con- P. M. Wheat, oats and grass are growing trol of voice and jesture indicated At Hartford and Beaver Dam she fine, and prospects for these crops that training and attention might wishes to organize Girls Canning were never better at this time of tho eventually fit her for work on the Clubs and perhaps at tho other places season. Pastures are good and stock Lyceum platform. also. We hope as many of the girls putting on flesh, but cattle and hogs Prof. Henry Leach in a neat little and ladies of the surrounding country are scarce. Stock hogs are selling speech presented the scholarship will meet her at these places as can readily at 25 cents a pound. medals to Misses Mary Lindley and possibly do so and take advantage of Much tobacco has recently been Ella Henry. The presentation of this opportunity to be with Miss Gold- delivered at Owensboro, and sold at two scholarship medals was an un- namer in this work. satisfactory prices. Most farmers are usual event, made necessary by the making a big effort for a tobacco crop W. W. BROWDER, County Agent. fact that the examination papers of this season. both of tho young ladles were perfect Some farmers out on HallB creek up a muss about drainage in every detail. be- are getting Red Cross nurses stand Prof. Bruner reviewed the school and may get into court. While I am work of the year, and gave the audi- hind the lines where Ohio not a lawyer, nor the son of one, I ence an interesting account of the county boys are fighting for am going to take the liberty of saying work accomplished by the pupils. they can settle their differences more Prof. Bruner gavo a well merited you, ready to relieve their satisfactory out of court than in It, mention to the boys and girls who wounds. Wont you bear a and very, very much cheaper. If had unselfishly devoted much time are not cost of their sup- they something careful they will get to tho Red Cross work and to beauti- part of the that may leave a into port? fying the school grounds. stench in the nostrils of their chiln J. H. Rlsley, Superintendent of the when they dren and Owensboro City schools, delivered the A MIDNIGHT RIDE. are called upon to pay a debt inheritCommencement address, and closed ed from their forefathers, after this tho program. Ledward Parks, an employe of tho generation has passed away. Be careCommercial Hotel, was arrested yes- ful boys. terday afternoon on a warrant sworn SOLDIER OBSERVES (Editors note Shaw, shaw, Albert. MOTHER'S DAY out by Alex Curtis, charging him with Rub that moss off your back and taking without lief or license Mr. join the fellows In draining those Camp Merritt, N. J. Curtis' car from the garage at a late Halls creek swamps. It will be the May 12, 1918 hour Tuesday night and treating a best investment you over made in y Is Mothers' number of his Haytl friends to a midyour life.) Dear Mother: Day and I an sending you this card night joy ride. Some damage was It was reported that tho editor of the Hartford Republican was seen out Just to let you know that I am think- done to the car, but no injury to colored friends was reported. In his old haunts one day last week, ing of you. The thought of you will help me to bo true during all the Ledward pleads not guilty. He gavo with a polo in one hand and a mindays and months until I return homo bond for his appearance later in coun now bucket In the other, his trousers-whagain. I am wearing a white flower ty court. little there was of them- - rolled y v.p to his knees, and swuariug that In honor of tho best mother SUES COUNTY. Uw or no law he was going to have that ever lived. The lovo which I a mess of fish. have for you inspires in mo greater . Miss Bettio Brown, who conducts lovo for my country, the cause wo HORSE URANCII. a boarding house at Rockport, has are fighting for, and God. May 23. Mr, Frank Galloway, of filed suit against the county for $100 Your loving son, damages growing out of tho small- Terre Haute, Ind., visited his uncle, CLARENCE I. TINSLEY. last pox epidemic of last winter. Miss Mr. Joe Stewart, and family Brown claims that on account of ono week. MARRIAGE LICENSE. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Taylor spent of her boarders, who had smallpox houso, being quarantined by Saturday in Louisville. Clcoro Raines, Renfrow, .33, to at her has been Mr. Jesse Wilkerson county health authorities she was Mnudo Willoughby, Banock, 17. damaged in that sum. Miss Brown working at Millport, Ky. Harvey M. Marlow, Fordsvllle, 20, filed a claim with tho fiscal court and I Mr. Arthur Morrison spent Saturto Thelma Cooper, Fordsvllle, 19. wns allowed $40, but says tho amount day and Sunday In Owensboro. Herbert Wedding, Narrows, 23 to I Mrs. E. A. White visited at Fords was not adequate to her loss. Ethel Peach, Olaton, 18. -in freely using tho services of tho county agent, but tho smaller farmers nre not availing themselves to this serThe humblest vice as they should. farmer in tho county is as much en titled to the service of the county agent, and will receive the same painstaking service at his hands, as There tho most extensive farmer. arc many problems about which competent advice would be valuable to the farmer in the planting, cultivating and harvesting of his crops, nnd It is both tho pleasure and the duty of tho county agent to give such advice when called upon. His services are valuable; they arc free, and should be much nioro generally utilized. John Henry and Tinsloy haven't spoken, one to the other, for better than a week past. Tinsloy bought himself a cow to supercede tho lawn-mowhis wife purchased for him and Thomas, as is his habit, having an eye for all labor saving devices, tried by every hook and crook to borrow the cow to tend his garden. Tins-le- y refused, he says, fearing that old PIdo might get snake bitten in John's patch, hence the estrangement. or I I ill 181 FINE they are in quality, perfectly they cover the how splendidly they meet every test of the laundry, how much they give in the way of real comfort and service, and how easy they are on your pocketbook, you will never fully appreciate until you treat yourself to g the inexpensive luxury of yourself the satisfactoiy Munsing-wea- r HOW J'',- 4 - - i - under-clothin- way. Summer Munsingwear, especially, will prove a delightful surprise to those ,' M unacquainted with this most popular make of underwear. Some garments so sheer they weigh but a few ounces. We carry a wide assortment of styles and can correctly lit most any body m the garment desired. (ill llrf ''tows? A-- f .. K ,TTl ' ! Carson Men L Company Loose-fitting Woven Athletic Suits For Men. yr vllle Saturday. Mr. Will Dellart is on the sick list. Mrs. Cortis Pnyton spent Monday nt Dr. J. S. Bean's. Miss Ada Freymire, of Louisville, visited her brother, Mr. II. Freymire, last week. Mr. N. B. Davis was at Arnold Monday in the interest of the Red Cross. Mrs. Atchison, of Friedclnnd, visited Mrs. Roy Crawford Tuesday. Dr. J. S. Bean was In Louisville Wednesday. Walter Creep, of Hartford, visited his parents here Sunday. Miss Edna McDaniel, of Olaton, visited Mrs. J. S- - Bean a few days last week. Rev. Beranotta, of Leitchfield, held mass here last week. Bro. Moore, of Beaver Dam, filled his appointment here Sunday. His People are wife came with him. glad to have them both here, as they are enthusiastic workers. Mngun. The farmers have been delayed with their work on account of the heavy rains. Quite a number of boys form this community have been called for army service. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Ralph visited relatives of near Hartford from Friday until Sunday. Misses Anna Wright and Arzella Magan passed through here last Friday enroute to Fordsvillo. Mrs. W. R. Edge is very ill at STAMP YOUR DEEDS. Owensboro, Ky . Mny 1C We would call special attention to the fact that all deeds mndo on or slnco December 1, 1917, should bo stamped for their full value, and not their onslderntlon. Grantor should stamp tho deeds, and where notes nro executed In payment, grnntpo should stamp tho notes. Tho law U very plain, nnd is as follows: "That whoever makes, signs or or causes to he mnde, signed or accepted any instrument, document or paper of any kind or description whatsoever, without full amount of tax thereon being fully paid is guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction thereof, in Federal Court, shall pay a fine of $100 for each offense." This offico has no desire to prosecute persons who have violated tho Statutes through misunderstanding of the law. I will be in Hartford Juno 1, 1918, at the County Court Clerk's office nnd you nro directed to bring your deed to that afllco on the dato Indicated in order that it may bo properly stamped in my presence. The title to this property is not good unless it be properly stamped nnd unless you have this done nt once, It will be necessary to take other steps to see that the law has been properly-complie- d with. Respectfully, John T. May. Deputy Collector. ECLIPSE OF SUN. A total ecllpso of tho sun will occur Saturday, Juno 8. Tho lino of totality will extend from Orlando, Florida to Astoria, Oregon. In Kentucky tho ecllpso will cover a large area of tho sun, and will bo a splendid spectacle. It will occur about 4 nc-ce- pts grand-childre- this writing. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Whitehouse, of Narrows, visited his parents last Sunday. Miss- - Ethel Muffctt is visiting relatives at Owensboro this week. Helm, of Mr and Mrs. Leslie Whitesvillo were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bell Evans Sunday and Monday, Mr. Arthur Whitehouse mado a business trip to Fordsvllle last Monday. Mr. W. V. Mldkiff visited his father, of near Narrows, last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Brown, of Dean-fielattended church at Providence Sunday. Mrs. Myrtle Brown has purchased the farm of Otis and J. L. Helton, near this place. d, To-da- Led-war- o'clock in tho afternoon. CONDUCTOR at STOPS TRAIN TO SAVE HOY'S LIFE. a to-da- FALSE TEETH WANTED DON'T MATTER IF BROKEN We pay up to 15 dollars per set. Also cash for Old Gold, Silver and broken Jewelry. Chock sent by return mall. Goods hold 10 days for sender's approval of our offer. Mazer's Tooth Specialty, Dopt. A, 2007 S. Cth St., Philadelphia, Pa. 43tl5 OLD Columbus, Ind., May 16. Whilo-Pennsylvania frolght train, with M. L. Henderson, of Indianapolis, ns conductor, was entering this city today Henderson was Miles Colo, son of Churllo Colo, u book- j.oi, uruwning in Klat Rock Rivi er. Tho conductor stopped his train ,,u'" l" c". and, plunging Into tho river, rescued tho boy uftor ho had gone down for tho third tlmo Tho conductor nnd other members of the train crow worked half an hour on tho apparently lifeless boy beforo they resuscitated him ,''"' p t jMvwnrf "- -" tf-' Til 11 .ut,u. .,4UlUH ip . Jj jH ""' ' '' . u m a M f s i $ 'vot i Si w Ono of tho most successful years within tho history of the school closed Friday night with tho commence mont address by Supt. J. H. Rlsley, of tho Owensboro schools, to a graduating clnss of fourteen. Tho census roport for tho year was 249 while tho total number en rolled was 33S. Of that number 111 tho the hungry orphans of wore high school pupils. Sixty ofnonHurry if you want somo of E. II. high school enrollment wero Thompson barred rock eggs nt halt France and Belgium will be residents of tho city. The freshman price $1.00 for ID. fed. Will you buy them a class was the largest ever enrolled, ILER'S QROCERY. there being 51 In It. piece of bread? When won havo Backacho tho liver In tho spring tho Botany clnss Mrs. P. M. Daughcrty and daughassisted Farm Demonstrator, W. W. or kidneys aro sure to bo out of gear. ter, Ula, of Weir, Knns., aro visiting Mrs. Pearl Yclser has resigned as Browder in testing corn for tho farm- Try Sanol, it does wondors for tho liver, kidneys and bladder. A trial Mrs. Daughcrty's mother, Mrs. T. L. operator at tho Cumberland exchange. ers of tho county. Many of them 50c bottle will convince you. Got It Bradley. Mrs. Yciser has been chief operator tested their own corn and that of nt the drug storo 46-for tho past thrco years, and has ren- their neighbors. In all fifty ono tests ROUGH RIVER LODGE attorney C. E. dered that quality of service that will were made. Commonwealths K. OF P. BUSY AQAIN Smith went to Owcnsboro Monday cause tho patrons of tho exchango to The pupils havo. a war garden. for tho May term of tho Daviess cir sincerely regret her resignation from Over half an acre of the play ground Rough River Lodge, No. 110, K. of cuit court. tho service. was planted In potatoes. Many of P., held an Interesting session last potatoes were donated by tho pathe Monday afternoon and night. J. W. ? Whlppoorwlll Pcas-BES- T QUALI Wo will mako special orders for trons. The pupils havo done all the 1 TY, Tennessee stock, $3.60 per bush- you for stoves, ranges, lawn mowers, work except breaking and harrow- Carter, Grand Keeper of Records and Seal, M. George "Daddy" Moore, el. ico cream freezers, In fact, anything ing the ground. They havo volunW. E. Ellis & Bro. you want In tho hardware business teered to meet at the school during superintendent of tho K. of P. Wi44t and only charge you 5 per cent over the summer to assist in cultivation, dow's Orphan's homo, both of LexMiss Gorln FIcncr, who has been tho wholesale- price. SOME PRICES. o plant fall garden when potatoes are ington, wero in attendance. Thoy, with soveral members of tho local teaching at Harrlsburg, Ark., is vis- Furnlturo too. harvested, and to keep the yard mow- Lodge, addressed the meeting. iting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank ILER'S GROCERY. ed. This celebrated and widely advertised line of At the, Might session, tho secret Flener, at Cromwell. Early In tho fall the mothers or- work was exemplified and the second hosiery can be found only at our store. You can find Tho boys and girls of the Hartford ganized a Parent-TeachAssociaMiss Ruth Tichenor, of Central High School went to Rockport last tion under the leadership of "Mrs. Jno. and third degrees wero conferred. plenty of hosiery, but not that will equal and wear light, luncheon was served at Grove, and Gladys Miller, of Goshen, night and gave tho play, "Claim Al- Wilson. The purpose of the organ9 o'clock, by tho young ladles of tho equal to Black Cat. wero week end visitors of Mr. and lowed," that proved such a pleasing ization is to bring the school and Mrs. Worth Tichenor. entertainment ono night last week home closer together, to discuss ways Red Cross, and was much appreciated They come in a beautiful line of colors, includby all present. at tho college here. The attendance and means of improving the school, ing the fast blacks, in Silks, Silk Lisles and Cotton. Rough River Lodgo has made a I.aclo Ann Stewart, thirteen year was liberal, and tho proceeds will go and to study those things that retard nice increase in membership recently present market condition will bear us out in The old daughter of Mr,. Thompson Stew- to the Red Cross fund. the proper development of the child. and all of Its conventions aro interart, of Taylor Mines, died of Typhoid The association has a membership esting, insisting that you make your purchases now, and buy instructive and well attended. fever Saturday morning. A U. S. Government Dredge Boat of 103 composed of teachers, parents, liberally, for in future they will be very scarce. and crew, under tho supervision of and guardians. Any one vitally RED CROSS SPEAKING Frank Black, Lou Bennett, Charlie Capt. J. W. Davis, of Woodbury, has Interested In the growth and progress Prices run from 15c to $2.00 per pair. Smith, Walter Park, Esquiro Will just completed a lot of much needed of the school may become a member. When in need of hosiery, think of us, and reThe following getlemcn will adDougherty and J. I. Goodman wore work on Hough River. AH obstrucMiss Gardener, formerly state, but dress the people of Ohio County, in member that it pays to trade with a house that saves in Owensboro Tuesday. have been removed from the now national organizer of Parent-Teachtions of the second Red Cross mouth to this place. They entered associations, visited the as- the interest you money. War Relief Fund at the times and Miss Jcsso Allen, of Nnrrows, re- Rough River April 15th. She sociations during the winter. places herebelow named: turned homo yesterday a'fter a weeks advised federalizing, which was done W. H. Barnes and C. O. Hunter, visit with her grand-parent- s, Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Tlco Burns left for upon tho payment of ten cents by Washington Church, this evening at and Mrs. W. H. Foreman. each member. This entitles Hart- 8 their homo in Owensboro Tuesday. P. M.; C. M. Vrowe and Judgo Mr. Burns had been here since early ford to literature from both the state Mr. Hoyt Taylor, who is employed In the winter receiving tobacco for and national organizations and en- Glenn, at Bell's Run May 25th 1 P. with tho Southern railroad company S. T. Burns & son, and ho and his ables it to keep in touch with the M.; Mt. Carmel Church, 8 P. M. Everybody not only Invited, but at Toccoa, Georgia, was hero tho estimable wife have made many newest and best things that are being -urged to attend and lend a helping first of the week, visiting relatives. friends in Hartford who will regret done elsewhere. Miss Gardener reto see them leave. We hope to have ported that this is the largest Parent-Teach- hand. Mr. Ben Morris and a number of them with us again next season. association in a town of this BIG BIRTHDAY DINNER. bis neighbors, of tho Rcnfrow comsize in the State. Nor is there one munity, sent in a $10.50 contribution A special, ono day's fair will be anywhere composed of more wide Tho biggest birthday dinnor ever to the Red Cross, a few days ago. held at tho grounds of the Ohio awake, enthusiastic progressive memgiven by a citizen of Ohio county was County Fair, Co., Hartford, on July bers. Mr. Clarence Foreman and family, 4th' 1918. Rings for the exhibition Maurino Martin in Earllng-to- n, In the fall they Interested the pu- the entertainment of 175 of his Hartford Republican Missvisiting her aunt,Is Mrs. The friends by Mr. John Smiley, of the John of Barretts Ferry, came in Sunday for of horses under saddle and in harness, pils in cleaning up and beautifying Taffy neighborhood, Saturday. a few days visit with Mr. Foreman's speed rings and races on the tracks, the yard. X. Taylor. pupils bought bulbs The may m Mr. Smiley in some way learned jtyllDAY parents, Rev. and Mrs. W. II. Fore- as well as other attractions. Come, and made four large flower 'beds in that his children were planning a Mrs. N. J. Baxter, of Hampton, man. meet your old friends and spend the the front yard. surprise birthday dinner "for him, Ga., Is tho guest of her sister, Mrs. day pleasantly. The evil effect of the cigarette upH. & E. It. It. TIME TABLE. " A. C. Porter. Mr. Carlisle W. Bennett, of Nargrowing boys was studied. and decided to take the matter in B. BEAN.managei, on the DR. L. hand himself and make it worth i South Bound, No 116 rows, was in town Wednesday. He Tho prevalence of the habit is doubt8:06 a. m. at Hartford while. 'He had two sheep and a goat has been accepted for army service C. less due to the fact that most fathers Rev. Russell Walker and Otto Mrs. J. .Frank Bruner is visiting barbecued, and other things in proflJorth Bound, No. 114 In the Coast Artillery and will leave Martin went to Cromwell Wednesand mothers do not realize the in" 6.46 p. m. her father, Mr. Isom Wells, near Saturday. portion, and invited a great number Due at Hartford ad- jurious effect the cigarette has upon day night to deliver Red Cross Whltesville, this week. (Both "Mixed" Traini.) of his friends to share the feast with dresses, but found the people gath- their boys. One hundred and seventy live The ice wagon will be In front of ered at church, and tho Reverend given in the him. A school carnival was Mr. and Mrs. Talmage Southard, of people sat down to the tempting feast You will gentleman in charge thought the spring and entertainments will be Simmons, have spent tho week with your door every morning. save our time and bo sure of getting Calvary cross a more timely subject given during the summer for the pur- spread on the beautiful lawn of his Mr. and Mrsi S. O. Keown. Ice by meeting tho wagon promptly. than the Red Cross, and held the pose of raising money to furnish the elegant home, and but for the rain o Personal News tho morning the number would have Ellis Ico Co. audience until a rather late hour. primary rooms with a library, scissors Rural carrier Robert Taylor and 4St4. been much larger. The occasion was Mr. Stanley Phillips, of Narrows, Walker and Martin made brief ad- etc. The association has also agreed turned into a Red Cross meeting, and Social Events, and o furnish a room for domestic science wero in town Wednesday. Brick Restaurant for rent on Main dresses. speeches were made by Rev. A. D. as soon as the board can see its way Street. Good location, and the 4th Litchfield and County farm agent Tho following Ohio County citi- clear to furnish a teacher for it. The Browder. The forty eighth birthday Rev. E. C. and Mrs. Stevens, of of July Fair will soon be hero and Louisville, are visiting Rev. Stevens' the big September Fair, too. zens attended the meeting at the Gov- drinking water should be clarified of John Smiley will long be pleasantly Hay for Sale. U. S. Carson. 47tf This the association ex J. C. ILER. ernment Experimental Fields, Green andpurifled. mother, Mrs. Laura Stevens. remembered by his numerous friends ville, Wednesday: John G. Wilson, pects to do before school opens in who shared his generous hospitality. Mrs. J. H. Williams is in Chicago reports that .A K. Anderson, Moton King, Dr. the fall. Rev. A. D. Litchfield Dr. E. B. Pendleton was in Louis attending a social convention. Those present from Hartford were; A Red Cross Auxiliary was organville tho first of the week attending a big and enthusiastic audience re- Sam Baird, W. W. Browder, B. W. Rowan Holbrook, S. O. Keown, James sponded liberally to the Red Cross Rial, Leslie Combs, Carlisle Render, ized in January. Mrs. John Wilson Officers Association. Bare, A. D. Kirk, Rev. A. D. Llech-fiel- d, Mr. Sam Gains, of Fordsville, was the Health fund after his address at Rockport W. II. Collins, "V. C. Elgin, Henry M. and Mrs. C. O. Hunter gave Tuesday Tuesday. R. B. Martin, Ed Barrass, W. W. MadiBonvllIe night. Mrs. E. W. Cooper and daughter, Wednesday Pirtle, Worth Tichenor, J. A. Cald- and Wednesday of each week to the Browder. of Nashville, aro visiting Mrs. Coopwell, Alvert S. Chlnn, Wat Taylor, work.Thls lnterferred with class work Miss Margaret Marks spent the er's mother, Mrs. C. M. Barnett. Mr. Amos Carson spent Sunday in Roy Foreman, and A. F. Graham. scarcely none as tho high school girls HEEDS! SEEDS! day in Owensboro Wednesday. usually Mr. Carson Louisville. The meeting was attended by some sewed when they had no recitations. The best quality of Cane Seed, Sun300 farmers from surrounding coun- Two hundred fifty seven articles wero Broom Corn, Pumpkin, Whipporwlll Mrs. R. E. Haynes will go to Ow- makes his Louisville trips on Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Balmaln are ensboro again next week to take days. Guess be does bo on account ties and was for tho purpose of show- made consisting of pillows, quilts, Peas most any kind of field seed siting relatives in Evansvlllo this treatment under Doctor Hoover. of, attending church. ing, "In the main" the direct result rugs, and garments for the refugees of you want. eek. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. of lime stone and acid phosphates Belgium and France. The primary 47t4 . sy Misses Mattlo and Lottie Kuyken-dol- l, upon tho soils and crop. Those at- grades snipped, made gun wipers, and Herbert Smith, of Fordsvlllo, loft We are sorry to have to put some last week for Chicago, whore ho of Nocreek, and Mr. James Goff tending and interviewed report it joke books. WANTED MEN The mothers made a service flag our correspondents on tho slacker entered the Naval Training school. and family, of Central Grove, were to bo very high. which was presented to the school by guests of Jailer and Mrs. Tichenor 'list. Hon. B. D. Rlngo on Tuesday night Saturday night and Sunday. FERTILIZER FOR SALE. Mr. Gibson Williams and family, ON FARM OR TO Just received a car load of Jones' of commencement week. It contains Miss Bessie Marlow, of Fordsvlllo, of Johnson City, 111., are visiting Mr. V the names of 69 boys who were forMr. Albert Cox, of Sulphur Springs, potato and tobacco grower. Is visiting her uncle, Dr. E. W. Ford William's sister, Miss Ora Williams. WORK IN WOODS mer students of tho school. came in over tho M. H. & E. yesterW. E. ELLIS & BRO. this 'week. Mrs. Marvin Bean was sent as deleMAKING PROPS Lowls Gray Brown, of Harrlsburg, day, but stopped at the A. C. A i.4 .(. gate to the national convention of AND TIES LOGAN APPROVES WORK. Mrs. Joo Brinkloy, of Fordsvlllo, Ark., is visiting friends and relatives warehouse whoro they wore trying Parent-Teachwhich association at uawson hero and other points In the county. out a new phonograph, and never la visiting her mothor GOOD WAGES got up town. Mr. W. C Blankenship, County Clerk, net at Loulsvlllo April 25th and 26th. Jv Springs. This was tho only association that Hartford, Ky. Llver-inorPaul Alexander Webb, of STEADY EMPLOYMENT. APPLY Dear Sir: We received your re- reported that it expected to meet Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Reed, who havo Hon. A. S. Bennett, of Louisville, has been promoted to tho rank OR TELEPHONE If vl.cl down Friday and returned homo of First Lieutenant In the National been visiting the family of Capt. and capitulation yesterday, and it appears regularly through the summer. government should send canning, BEAVER Monday. Mrs. John G. Keown for the past to bo in good condition, and we aro the Army. DAM COAL CO.,- three weeks, have returned to their well pleased with tho action of your drying and preserving demonstrators TAYLOR AND WILLIAMS and hero during the coming season, this v Jw Mr. and Mrs. County Board of Supervisors Somo sale! For the rest of tho home In Tennessee. Mrs. J. H. Thomas and littlo son, association will bo already organized Yours truly, MINES. local officials. V Linden, aro visiting relatives at Reed made the trip in a car. season I will sell my E. B. ThompM. M. LOGAN, Ch'm'n. ' and ready to help In any way desired. I son Eggs for half price $1.00 for tows this week. LIGHTNING HITS HOUSE. Rev. W. T. Balmaln who lives I J. C. ILER. 15. HEAR, THE CANADIAN. CULTIVATORS AND PLOWS. ' Mrs. I. S. Mason, of Beaver Dam, miles east of town, lost about 2 During the electric storm Sunday two very fine mules by lightning office There is a great demand for gradas a pleasant visitor at this 14 and 5 tooth Cultivators, Double evening lightning struck a troo in Private Saulter, a Canadian soluates of Prof. Wilbur R. Smith, Lex- last Sunday evening, during tho elec' . Monday morning. ington, Kentucky, at fine salaries. trical storm that visited this section. dier, fresh from the trenches In Shovel Plows, Vulcan New Ground Mr. James Williams' yard, and cwitch- France, will speak at tho court houso and Turning Plows, No. 12 Blue Bird ed to tho water pipes in the houso and Stonewall Evans, of Arnold, Read his ad and write for particu- The mules were valued at $535. Mr. flooded tho residence. Mr. Williams at 4 o'clock this afternoon In tho Plows. was the guest of Judge Mck Cook lars. and his family were at church at tho W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Mrs. E. W. Coopor and littlo Interest of tho Red Cross drlvo. Come 47t4 and Sunday. turday time, and this fact probably saved Bo sure to send your order for daughter, Ann, who havo been visit- and hear tho story of the hellish Hun them from a severe shock if not u TOBACCO FOR SOLDIERS. In and lOOK inrougn our anything in Lumber, Doors, Sash, ing Mrs. Cooper's mothor, Mrs. C. M. from ono who has felt the weight of fnmn more serious consequence. The damcruol catalog and buy goods at wholesale Columns, and Mlllwork to Fordsvlllo Barnett, for tho past several days, his Ohio, savagery. Col. McCulloch, will also speak. It will be With Tho American Army In age was not serious to Mr. Williams' Plaining Mill Company, Fordsvlllo, will return to their homo In Nash- of C per cent. plus J France, Tuesday, May 21. Tobacco, property. ville, Tenn., first of tho coming week. a treat, and you should not miss it Ky. ILER'S Grocery. BLACK CAT America's Foremost And Finest Hosiery. An nn inducement to bcM Ice books Mrs. W O nhoads, of Bowling HARTFORD'S SCHOOL will f'll books nt 5 por cent discount; Green, will .irrlvo to be a $2.00 book for 51.90. guest of Mrs. It. T. Rex lew Of Work Done IHclo tho weck-on- d EMS ICE COMPANY, Haynes and (laughter, Miss Beatrice. Ky. Hnrtford, Year. Mr. M. L. Heavrin Is In Loulsvlllo Mrs. T. I. Dradloy who has been to nttend his brother Dr. Chnrllo vory 111 of Wood poisoning for the llcavrln, who has boon ill for hoiiio past thrco .vreks Is much Improved. time. Mrs. Brndl mndo only a very slight wound on bor finger opening a glass Mrs. Wayno Grlflln, of Meniteo, fruit Jar, but tho wound came nearly Mich., arrived In Hartford yester resulting In her death. day, and is tho guest of Miss Lettlo Marks. Because the Red Cross is, which heretofore has been purchased by tho soldiers or lsuod by tho Red Cross nnd other agencies, will bo mado a part of tho regular rations. On tho recommendation of Gen. Pershing tho War Dopartmont has decided upon this action. As soon as tho new order goos into effect, which will bo In a few .days, thcro will bo Issued to each soldier of tho Amorlcan expeditionary forces dally s of an ounco of smoking tobacco and ten clgarctto papers. Certain other articles may bo substituted. Tho manner in which this fraction of an ounco will bo issued has not beon determined, but tho Quarter master is working out a plan. four-tenth- yr er . er jgffif er I er o, ,' 'm tinun wm ninrfiwirtitiiiniriir-iiit'T7miriinri1iii- i iiiiliwiiiirtiBir'itrtriiiTiiiianLa?iiiwwiiMiiint - i .,r-.-n.- rr wittaiMw t$0t OTi-.r- t" the French Navy and Gen. Foch did GERMANS STRIVE not consider that tho circumstances demanded tho presence of such n FOR AIR MASTERY IIUN DOMINATION force at the front. Tho French have had n naval di vision operating In tho forces of tho Lorraine sector for somo time, and Will Resume Her Place On the naval units have made their part Huns Make Strenuous Ef- ort To Beat Allies of the lino as shlpshapo as, with Battle Line, So Say overythlng from big naval guns down In Clouds. Officials. to sleeping hammocks and shops' cats. Tho American soldiers billeted In Paris, April 2(5. (Ily Mail) WithSnn Francisco, JIny IS. Russia England for temporary training or en will rctnke her plnco on the battlelino, route for France aro more and more out entering into the old question of of tho air," the actively resisting tlio Hun's march compelling the admiration and co- tho "supremacy operation of tho English people. Tho Germans have brought up to the toward of Plcardy a large Out of the kaleidoscope of nilsfor-matlo- n National Sporting Club of London battlefields and obscurity shrouding Rus- has stnrted a series of weekly enter- number of new nlr squadrons, tainment for enlisted mon of tho and n scries of new machines, sian developments, has Just come 11 assigned to absolutely special word from Charles D. Tode-IjusI- i, United States Army and Navy. According to authentic missions. of finances in the late director figures obtalnnblo here, it ap American embassy at Pctrograd, who I'll.OTl.KSS AlItPLAXK. pears as if there aro 1,500 "Jagds-taffellnafter two months' trip across Siberia or chase machines, actually and the Pacific, arrived here on the An extraordinary incident occurfront, with liner China. red to ono of our airplanes a short engaged on the fifty-mil- e He believes that there Is hope that time ago. It was a two seater and out counting tho defense planes, or the great nation of 185,000,000 souls gavo battle to an enemy machine, "schutzstnffclln." It has been known for somo time will rise from under the Teuton heel, which was shot down and crushed. take up the sword onco more and do After the battle, which took place that tho Germans have been making her share in turning back the Invader. Just over the lines near Arras, our stupendous efforts to put largo numSlavery Threatens. airplano was seen going off south- bers of airplanes into the fields be"There arc indications," said Todc-bus- ward, apparently only partlnlly un- fore tho American air scrvlco could "that the Russians not pratlc-ularl- y der control, and disappeared. Where develop sufficiently to bo a serious any one class or political fac- It went thereafter will never be factor, but ot was not thought they tion but the entire population, will known, but more than two hours had as many machines as havo made rise up and renew opposition to the later the same machine crashed to their appearance In the big fight. Germans. They must do it or lapse earth twenty miles behind our lines. Sent Out New Tjpes. Into abject slavery as a nation. In addition to the fighting planes The petrol tank was empty and "When the time comes, Russia will both occupants had been dead somo already known, such as tho Albatross assert herself and take her place time, both killed by the same bul- or the Halbcrstadt, there havo apagain as a power, fighting not for a let. The opinion of experts is that peared on tho front triplanes of tho monarchical form of government but the machine had flown by Itself for Fokker design, used by the Brothers for the kind of national life which at least two hours with two dead Richtofen in their cscadrillo which President "Wilson means when he men In it until the petrol was ex he French call the "Tangoes;" "Han- urges us to 'make the world safe for hausted, having swung off In a great noveranner" planes constructed by democracy.' circle over unknown land back tq tho Hanover Wagon Fabrlk, and, Asi- behind Its starting place, as boats finally, tho newest thing in enemy "Of one thing I am certain. atic Russla.whlch we know as Siberia, have been known to sail with the flyers, monoplanes, called will take on a Republican form of sheets mado fast and a dead man's and "Pfalz," of a D-- 3 typo. s . -- According to tho Instructions found hand on the tiller. Eovernment. j; CiSsi 'AH thg signs point that way. fr on captured aviators last week, the Its a wonderful country, rich and, FINAL STEPS TAKEN instructions of all tho German aviaI can truthfully say, progressive. AMEDXIXG DRAFT LAW tors were most explicit and tho air "Whatever be the fate of European branch of tho service had never been Russia, it Is safe to predict that SiWashington, May 13. Final steps rehearsed with such care On tho evening beforo tho beginberia will move solidly along the path toward completion of legislation ning of the great offensive special of democracy. At that .these people amending the selective service must have help from the outside were to seek out tho allied by conghess. taken y preferably from us. A complete agreement was reached hangars and destroy them at all costs. United States Must Help. by senate and house conferees on the the Teutons receiving instructions tj And there are no two ways about it. bill extending the law to youths at- alight, if necessary, In ordyr to bring The United States must lend power- taining their majority since last June. their machine guns into i.luy and ful, sympathetic aid. The dispute over exemption of theo- break up tho fire of whatever anti"Organized opposition to the Ger- logical and medical students from aircraft gun might be hindering the mans, no matter from what source, registration was compromised with work of the bombers. These same should be encouraged and aided by the adoption of a provision exempting escadrills were to bombard all tho this nation. The Russians look to us them If actually enrolled when the lines of communication, cant dmc- more than to any other power. Amer- act is signed, but requiring registra- ments.troop billets, railroad center, ica is, to them, their sincere friend, tion of those who enter schools after villages and wherever the title of and the best duty we can perform is ward. The provision placing new reg battle might sway. to support any real move they may istrants at the bottom of eligible lists Planes Fell Down. into was retained. make, tending to their The "chase machines" were to Imtho war." The conference report was adopted mediately sweep into pursuit of the .Todebush paid a tribute to his after considerable debate, in which a allied chasing planes and make easy up" chief, Ambassador David R. Francis, number of senators denounced the the mission of tho "cleaning who he declared, had handled Amer- elimination from another bill already "squadron, of suberntatfeln," which Russia passed of the plan to give states cred- was to destroy captive balloons and ican interests in storm-tosse- d with greater success than even his it for volunteers. Senator Johnson, sausages, observation and artillery warmest admirers hoped that he of California, said elimination of the fire regulation planes. During the could. He said: duration of the flight the penalized enthusiastic provision "The ambassador demonstrated States, and Senator Pheland, of Caliand the Infanterleflie-ger,- " that he was a diplomat without a fornia, said he would circulate a petithat is to say, the liaison and peer. Through all the tion asking President Wilson not to Infantry accompanying plans were to of those days of demoralization in approve the measure. Senator Pom-eren- e, sustain tho shock troops and descend Petrograd and Moscow, he steered a of Ohio, said he would prepare to a low altitude to bombard and mastraight course a shrewd caurse chine gun allied formations. a substitute plan. y and our position as a nation in Russia may well be laid to the NOT DIVINELY CALLED IF YOU CAN'T GO doors of the tactful representative." WON'T MECO.ME lUSIIOP ACROSS, COME. ACROSS. RUSS TO BE RID OF four weeks tho situation, which on several occasions has necessarily been delicate, would havo been very much moro so had tho Germans been equip ped with nn adequnto nlr sorvico to supply them with definite observa- iHmiiiiiii;-iL'-miiiuin.-s- ni J&r hunti. if0Ljii Mw M A Til : ,7(1 fl tion." t LON(! TOMS MORE DEADLY llMSHINfiTONlf : i r Z Z "..: rs.n. 2' ,m: X; WILL YOU TAKE OUR GERMINAL REMEDY A Treatment THAN RANGE (SINS I. H III $V 2-- .JK :- msuvc$ tor WEAK or LUNGS Paris, April 26. Tho long-rang- o Fl 'nrAwcn.nnlinfnlU z CONSUMPTION worhl-domlnntlo- n. ," bombardment of Paris already lias cost moro lives than tho shelling of tho city from January C, 1S71, to January 27 of tho snmo year, when tho city capitulated. During tho thrco weeks of tho 1S71 bombnrdment thoro were 102 killed and 291 wounded among them 71 children. In tho first week of tho present bombardment ono shell nlono killed S5 persons and wounded nearly 200. In 1S71 Paris was an invested city; y it is not. Tho German methods, howovcr, woro tho same. On Janunry S and 9, 1S71, tho German guns con centrated their fire on tho Hospital do In Pltic, which was filled with sick and wounded. Tho flro was steadily maintained upon the hospital until to-da- ; z first In tlit countrymen. l,,u It ll In a city where rood hotels bound, the Powtutin hclii the - hurt ot "i It i p"T fc A quick relict for Ihat llrol, run down feeling, coughs, paint In chrst. nlclit sweats, hemor thaces, weak luncs or consumption. It il data not help you ll cotla you nolhlni. c Lock Dox OttV OHIO MEDICAL GO. COLUMRIIR n FOR ONE MONTH s 'v- irriut1! - DR. Tempi Mnsonlo J. H.THORPE OWIiNSHORO, KY. neutral nations mark: "Let them stow protested to b, marck. Tho Chancellor, howovcr, missed their pretest with this in Bisdisre-- , their own Juice." Avenue, 18th an.l H Streets, makes it a desirable headquarters (or bridal couplet, tourist parlies, conventions, School! and colleges. , The I'owhatan "attracti the people of culture and education. lis. proximity to btate. War and haw Departments, also to man; points cl historical intcreit. makes this hotel especially attractive to a Oiiciir.iiuting public. The Powhatan often roorrt with detached bath at $1.50, $2.00 and up. Rooms with private bath, $i SO. $3.00 and up. Vnte for boakltt with map CLITFOnD I.!. LEVIS. Manager TSe TowTuijrt it refineJ, ex clusrte, and rcitful. 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We believe it will help you. en-ti- ro cross-curren- ts i ?if-- r . , I Jw - MAKE WHOLE DAMN WORLD DEMOCRATIC Muskogee, Okla., May 13. An Indian soldier was walking down the streets of Muskogee the other day when he met a white friend who tdopped him with: "Well, John I see you have become a soldier." the "Yes, me soldier," replied Indian. "How do you like it?" asked the white man. "No like-um." "What's the matter?" V "Too much salute not Atlanta, Ga May 16. Declaring Tho Liberty Tea Room served a larger number of patrons on Saturday he was not persuaded he "was "called May 4th, and Saturday, May 11, than by the will of the Lord Jesus Christ Frank N. ever before. The sum of $44.26 pro- to the office," Bishop-eledeclined tho election to ceeds from the two Saturday's sales Parker was turned over to Mrs. Sam Keown, one ot the highest offices in tho Treasurer of the Local Chapter of tho Southern Methodist church. Dr. Parker told tho general conference now Red Cross. twenty-fou- r The Girls Club has been instrumen- sitting here, that after tal in raising more than $200.00 for hours of prayer he had reached tho the Local Chapter, and it is hoped conclusion he should not accept the that all who can, will help them in election. their worthy project. Donations of milk, sugar, cream, pies, sandwiches, HUN AIR FAILURE. cake, in fact, most anything "salable" ct to-da- y GUARANTEED SERVICE One hundred per cent value. Special work for W. O. W. W. F. STEVENS, X. 1. D. 7. Hartford. Ky. Representing- Continental Marble & Granite Co. - The Ihop Nat DpHmfit (SO raftfw) cooUln 1 rnciicBi mm mr nuop u org ana cuy wtji zor uv layman to do things aroaml the Home, (17 l'ape) for the floya and Amauur Mechanic Oirlibollaetomkothlngt'nliowtom(iklrf iMa Hid T)ti?rfir.h Ontflta. krurltiM ltn(a Mr. no. Jewelry, llx. Furnltnrc. etc (Vmtalnt In traction for th Mechanic, C.mrr and SINGLE COPIES, tSc f 1.80 PER YEAR Sampl copy wlM b Bout om roquaaLo Written So You Can Understand It In1 ITEEP Informed of the World's Proar Lncinetnnc. Mechanics nnrl Invention Pnrl rauicranassniuiQ iiii me ramuy. jt appeals to all classes Old and Young- - Men and Women.! iar ut a eniMtHJ jinBuun eae I tillUIIU) Ul liomtM throughout Umworlu. Our iorrUa are consUntlf en the watch ' lec thioc new and inturtilig and It li POPULAR MECHANICS MAGAZINE NCeMkhlcan Avhm, CHICAOO All Druggists J. 08 KILLthe COUCH enough choot." Of course you know what you're fighting for." "Yes, make whole damn world Democrat party." ma AMERICAN DESTROYERS IN SUMMARINE ZONES Indication of tho ceaseless watch kept on tho high seas, in tho path of American troopships, by United States naval forces operating in European waters, may bo gained from btatistics Just complied ut the naval headquarters in London. These show that a blnglo force of American destroyers oporating from one baso had steamed almost 1, COO, 000 miles up to April 1. Tho maximum dlbtance covered by a slnglo destroyer was more than CS0.000 miles from May 1, 1917, to April 1, 1918. This destroyer was ono of tho first to arrive abroad after wur was declared. It has boon announced that VIco Admiral William S. Sims, commanding United States naval forcos abroad, offored to bond an auxiliary force composed of naval units to tho French front at tho beginning of tho German offensive. The chief staff of Somo sta-tibtl- cs will be welcomed by tho Tea Room Committee. Mrs. Pen Taylor, Mrs. Owen Hunter, Miss Sue Yieser, Mrs. W. C. Ulankenship, Mrs. J. R. Pirtlo, Miss Mrs. McCormick, Florence Logan, Mrs. Howard Mrs. Talley Carson, Ellis, .Airs. Sam Keown, Mr. J. C. Riley, Mr. J. C. Her, A. K. Anderson Jr., Ernest Woodward Anderson, have mado appreciated contributions. Special mention is mado of Mr. II. P. Taylor, whoso flower garden has mado the "Dow Drop Inn" a thing of beauty, Mrs. Hello Cooper who kindly refuses to accept rent for the Tea Room, and Mr. E. G. Darrass, who llkewlso refuses any pay for tho lights. e London, Mny 6. German aviation has proved a signal failure in tho great offensive on tho Western front, according to an officer correspondent of tho Morning Post. Writing from tho front ho says: "German aviation does not exist at present. Thoro aro two principal reasons, tho first being tho tremendous wastago caused by tho incessant attacks of tho British and French pilots on German machines, tho second belnjj tho bombing of airdromes. Tho y enfeniV suffers from lack both of men and machines in its (lying to-da- thefiringLine rm j 3 a ,Get on m AND CURE THE LUNCS Electric Bitters t. llll Dr. King's New Discovery for J33kL w AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. C88 GUARANTEED BAXISFAOIOHVJ OK MONET KEFUNDED. F Tm want to ncceed In lift cm mtut know wlit li new In builneu mmA tmSm try n Invention and Klcnc, Get oat of tho ruti ret on Un utlnM fl Succeed when everything else fails. In nervous prostration and female vveaknesse they are the supreme remedy, at thousands have testified. arm. "In every department tho Germans havo been and still aro exerting their full strength. If they had airplanes' available thoro is no doubt that they would havo mado full use of them as wo havo done, for observation purposes, to provent tho bringing up of and to disorganize reinforcements, troops on tho actual field of battlo. They havo dono none of theso things effectively. "Tho conclusion seems manifest that it is because they havo not tho necessary forco available. In any case, the fact remains that German aviation has ceased to bo a forco to bo seriously reckoned with. In tho last FOR KIDNEY. 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LOUISVILLE HOTEL AND OLD INN COMPANY, Props. ICash Bargain Offer! The Hartford Republican AND THE MEMPHIS WEEKLY Commercial-Appe' JTf al . nOTH ONE YEAR FOR aJU.. $1.25 arrangement, vtc are enabled to furnish these two papers at thin low rate for a limited time. is a lnrgo and ono of tho very best paTho Commercial-Appea- l per published in tho South. Cnsh mu.st in all cases accompany each order. This rato Is appllcablo to renewals and new subscribers alike. Ry special SEND YOUR ORDER TO THEJHARTF0RD REPUBLICAN. ! DIRECTORY -- .CIRCUIT COURT. Judge R. W. Slack, Owensboro. Com'th. Attorney C. E. Smith, Hart- ROCKPORT. ford. Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. Master Commissioner Otto C. Martin, Hartford. Trustee Jury Fund Cal P. Keown, Hartford. 1st Monday in March IS days Com'th. and Civil. Monday In May 12 days Civil. 1st 1st Monday In July 12 dayB Com'th. and Civil. Monday In September 12 days 3d Civil. 4th Monday In November 12 days Com'th. and Civil. COUNTV James Wilson. Clerk Rushing Hunt. Pollco Judge John T. Jackson. Marshal Will Langford. BEAVER DAM. Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKenney. Clerk R. W. King. Pollco Judgo J. W. Coopor. R. F. Stevens. Marshal FORDSVILLE. Ch'm'n. Board W. R. Jones. Clerk Olla Cobb. Pollco Judgo C. P. Kesslngor. Marshal Grant Pollard. OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR. County Hoard of Education. E. S. Ch'm'n. Board Howard, 1 S. S. O. C. M. Hoover, Hartford, Ky. Sleets first Monday in each month. W. Duff, Fordsvlllo, Dlv. No. Ky. Judge Mack Cook. Dlv. No. 3 II. L. Carter, Narrows, County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. Ky. Clerk W. C. Dlankcnshlp. Dlv. No. 4 II. O. Autry, Balze-towSheriff S. A. Bratcher. Ky. Superintendent E. S. Howard. Dlv. No. 5 Otis II. Stevons, Beav Jailer Worth Tlchenor. er Dam, Ky. Assessor D. E. Ward. Dlv. No. C Nat Llndley, Center-tow- n, Surveyor C. S. Moxley. Ky. Coroner Dr. A. D. Rlloy. Tlmo of Meeting 1st Monday in FISCAL COURT. February; 1st Monday in April; 1st Moots Tuesday after first Monday Monday in Juno; 1st Monday in August; 1st Monday in October; 1st In January, April and October. lbt District Ed Shown, Hartford, Monday In December. Route 3. County Board of Examiners E. S. 2nd District Sam L. Slovens, Beav- Howard, Mrs. I. S. Mason, Mrs. O. W. er Dam. Duff. Jan. 25 and 26 Common School 3rd District Q. B. Brown, Simmons. lth District G. W. Rowo, Center-tow- n. Diploma Examination. May 10 and 11 Common School Oth District W. C. Daughorty.Baizo-tow- n. Diploma Examination. May 17 and 18 County Teachers' (lth District W. S. Dqan, Dundee. Examination (whlto). May 24 and 25 County' Teachers' 7tli District B. F. Rice, Fordsvlllo. lh District B. C. Rhoades, Hart- Examination (colored). ford, Routo 5. Juno 22 and 23 County and State Teachers' Examination (whlto). HARTFOUD. Juno 28 and 29 County and State Mayor J. E. Bean. Teachers' Examination (colored). Sopt. 20 and 21 County and State Clerk J. A. Howard. Police Judge C. M. Crowo. Teachers' Examination (white), Sept. 27 and 28 County and State Marshal E. P. Casebler, COURT. Dlv. No. J. 20. n, Brood IX of tho periodical cicada, nmoi.g tho mills for civilian needs. Major Con. Goothal advises all wool locommonly known ns tho cust, is expected to nppcnr in May centers that the 19 IS clip should not and Juno o( this year, along tho lino bo disposed of during tho next thirty of tho Allegheny Mountains In West days In order that tho Government " Virginia, Vlrglnln, and North Caro mny hnvo tlmo to determine Us cx-n. In the ninlii, this brood coven) lina. tireds for tho coming yonr. Re a rather compact territory, extending ports from Washington Indicate that from tho southern part of West Vlr the Government will nrrange to reBlglnla, across Virginia into tho norlh- - ceive tho 191S clip on the basis of tho i era part of North Carolina. There prlc mentioned, but urges the pron of readlmr " ,? ,n "J"01 nomeiifennclclvtcllfe. lavishThe the nmount all sources brines to alt ages. The Moil for all hands. But from nro n few reports of occurrences of ducers not to dlsposo of their wool Great Serials or Group Stories for 1918 then 250 Shorter Stories. 12 this brood in Ohio, northern West until moro definite Information is Rare art cles by noted authorities. "The best Editorial Page In the Virginia, nnd Vlrglnln, but these out- made nvailable. Sdence. I'any Sw pMl.SUrrCr,t.F,VemNatUre nnd Corner, Things to Page, Boys' It would seem ndvlsablo for Kenlying colonics nrc of little Importance. raKe, Doctor's to Save, Games and Sports to l'lay, Companion Receipts. 52 Make, Money locust covers in its tucky wool producers to pack and Tho Issues, $2.00 rnnge nearly nil of tho United States store their seasons clip in tho best from tho Mlsslppi Valley eastward. possible way for at least a few weeks . Tho curious features of Its regular until tho Government has issued moro periodic appearances nnd Its long sub definite information. Care should terranean lifo gives It perhaps ttis bo taken bp producers to so pack their , issues of everything that will delight all greatest popular Interest which at- wool thnt tho quality will not be inage., the Beat Stories, the Latest Styles, && . OC taches to nny Insect on this continent, jured either by staining or mildew. . oc .. nnd leads to many Inquiries with In packing wool away either store It G.iu ..w . .i. -- ..uii.i ox .. paper in wtiich tliis Offer appears and get w me luc jmuuauers every renppcaranco of nny important in wool sacks or In a clean dry bin. LUMr ANION for 52 weeks FOR ilr o new Youth 'i Companion lubscrlbert only FhlJ,0"cr The Department of Animal Hus brood. There nro two races of ti is ...c .uuijanian name calendar ror 1918. bandry of tho Collego of Agriculture, race, which insect: (1) The 3. McCALL'S MAGAZINE every month fori year. occurs In 17 different broods over tho Lexington, will bo glad to offer fur TnE VOPTO'S COMP AWION. BOSTQH. MASSACnCSBTT8 northern and central United Stf.tci ther suggestions on storago and tho raco, which oc Department of Markets will bo pleasand (2) tho curs In different broods throughout ed to give futhcr Information regardtho Southern States form Texas east- ing tho marketing problem at tho ward. When nny of these broods aro earliest date at which It receives furcharacterized by great swarms they ther definite information from naturally causo fenrs for tho safety of trees. Tho actual damage, however, KQUIPMKNT DIG FACTOR. Is slight and is accomplished by tho fcmnlo cicada when alio cuts tho bark V i .. Desldes tho saving in farm labor maaenna 4 of tho treo In tho deposition of her Celebrated for style, perfect fit, simplicity lit teams due to tho uso of large-size- d reliability nearly 40 years. Sold in nearl eggs erery citjf and town In the United States an and equipment, there is the gain, m jm Canada, or by mail direct. More sold thaa Rrood X Due in 11)1!). any other make. Send for free catatonic sometimes very great, duo to being While tho expected brood Is not McCALL'S MAGAZINE per day, enabled to cover moro ncres Store subscribers than sny other fashion an Important ono and does not cover magazine nsilllon a month. Inraluable. Latboth In the preparation of tho soil est styles, patterns, dressmaking, millinery, very much territory, It Is Interesting Children. plain sewing-- fancy needlework, halrdressinr. for planting and in tho harvesting of as tho forerunner of tho largest of etiquette, pood stories, etc. Only B0 cent tho crops. The difference of a few A safe, old fashioned double), free 2 ear (worthtoday, or Including: asamplepattern, all broods of tho cicada, namely, days ubscribe send for copy. Is during unfavorable weather remedy (or worm. Urood X, which will appear in May ONDEKFUL INDUCEMENTS often tho deciding factor between a a to Agents. Postal brings premium catalog and June, 1919, and which, in a gen- good crop SeTtnty-nr- e run coatmu-- a and new cash prixe offers. Address and a poor crop. Tho form ttw a the but lettimenia eral way, surrounds the area occuMcCAU CO. SS lo 2U W. J7Ui St, NIW YOKE er does not need to bo told that the FREVS VERMIFUGE en pied by tho brood of this year and InI seasons for many farm operations aro vades nearly a score of States. exceedingly short, particularly in tho Damage Done nnd Partial Remedies. Northern States, and that tho sucaadheattir. Within tho territory covered by cessful 25c. a kottk ti tWfWt ar farmer is the one who is lamlilw, at if rwircoHcul this brood tho amount of damage apptr -. to hb tun to make tho best possible uso of and j '. h tttmt aaa probably will bo small and will bo Is ripe. Tho maxpart to young tho time when It limited for the most imum use of teams and of labor is a E. & S. FREY, orchards. Tho damage to forested big factor in attaining this end. Fifty-fiv- e BALTIMORE. MB. typewriter!. areas Is negligible. explained by Moving PicOrdinary repellent substances, such ture machine. Seven bis DeMOKE FORAGE CHOPS NEEDED. as keroslno emulsion or carbolic-aci- d partments Shorthand, Booksolutions, seem to have very llttlo efkeeping, Telegraphy, Stenotypy, Increase of forage crop THRICE-A-WEE- K ovipositlon of fect in preventing the THE Music, Primary Normal. Excan bo accomplished by these Insects. Some recent experi pert teachers. Modern equipEDITION OF THE tho average yield of alfalfa and ments, however, indicates that trees ment. Position assured. thoroughly sprayed with Bordeaux ,othcr Perennial crops and a larger use . NEW YORK WORLD . Write for ctUlc-m- . of summer annual crops. This ad mixture or a nmo wasn aro niceiy to IN 1018. being sent by specialists of the bo avoided by the cicada, especially vice is United States Department of AgriDaviess Co. Bus. College If there aro other trees or woods .in afthe neighborhood on which they can culture to farmers in the region fected. Practically a Daily at the Price of Incorporated oviposit. The most desirable annual crops a Weekly. No other Newspaper In OWENSBORO, KX. Tho most reliable means of protectsoring nurseries and young orchards Is are Sudan grass and sorghum, the the world gives so much at so low by collecting the Insects In bags or ghum is one of the best varieties for a price. green feed. It yields heaviumbrellas from tho trees In early silage or Sudan The value and need of a newspaper morning or lato evening, when they ly and is of good quality. grass will produce a much larger are somewhat torpid. Such collecIn the household was never greater Petro-Men- ta Relives Files amount of good forage under Irrigations should be undertaken at the than at the present time. We have No matter how stubborn tho tion than any other grass, and as It first appearance of the cicada and recase may be Petro-Men- ta will is an annual It is especially service- been forced to enter the great world peated each day. bring relief. A trial will convince On Irri- war, and a large army of ours Is alable for quick production. Vigorous young trees often recover gated land Sudan grass can be sown ready In France. You will want to yon. For sale by Ohio County in three or four years from tho effects Drug Co. Price 25c. ns lato as July 15, but for heavy of a loss of, or injury to, a considerplanting should be made" havo all the news from our troops on able percentage of their branches. April 1. As Sudan grass seed European battlefields, and 1918 However, it is difficult to overcome about is not always readily obtainable farm promises to be the most momentous tho unsymmetrlcal appearance which ers should make sure at once of the year in the history of our universe. will commonly result from tho pruning often necessary amount they will need. No other newspaper at so small a The normal average yield of alfalfa .fc.V as a result of tho female insects' . in tho Southwest is considered far price will furnish such prompt and work. below what It should bo. Yields accurate news of theso world-shakin- g Treatment of Affected Limbs. 6 to 8 tons an acre are possible. events. It is not necessary to say Tho worst affected branches should from Tho surest and quickest way of in moro. bo removed. Tho less Injured limbs mny bo coated on tho wounded parts creasing the average yield of alfalfa THE THRICE-A-WEEWORLD'S to sco that tho stands aro thickened with grafting wax or moderately hard is prl-is only $1.-0- 0 places in fields regular subscription soap. Theso protective covorings and maintained. Bare per year, and this pays for 15G bo put in condition and ro- should bo rcnowcu at least onco a should being papers. Wo offer this unequalled Peel right all tho time. Don't lay oS year, preferably In tho spring, until sccded, tho best tlmo for this February or early March. Reseedlng nowspapor and Tho Hartford Repub- from work for days by taking calomel tho wounds aro entirely healed over. keeps yotf purposo of thickening thin lican togethor for ono year for $1.65. when pleasant Liv- - Ver-La- x It may bo expedient, In tho case of n for tho on your feet, whilorelieviniryour trour stands should bo dono when tho alTHE REGULAR SUBSCRIPTION le. Safer too, nnd easy to take. Don't badly wounded recently budded or grafted treo, to cut It back nearly to falfa plants aro making but llttlo PRICE OF THE TWO PAPERS IS tako anything else. You can't afford it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses By growth, which means in tho fall or $2.00. I tho bud or graft, so that an entirely tcm and relieves constipation. A nat-- , early winter. now top may bo mado. ural remedy, natural in its actions, bum The, world's call for food this year certain in results. It In tho case of older trees tho main I in its effect and ITVU b kJi (wK IV" riy 'MM VVIU UVlUlU object of treatment Is to sccuro tho makes the forago situation of unusual completely displace calomel in ever In past year largo rapid healing of tho wounds and pro-ve- Importance. home.i Children can tako it freely an grain have been cut for with perfect safety. Every bottlo guartheir being used as points of amounts of hay, but this plan will bo largely anteed. 50c and $1 in bottles Non secondary infoction by other Insects. year so that .moro genuino without the likeness and sign; . Tho worst injured limbs Is such trees abandoned this " turo of L, K, Grigsby. For Bale by grain can bo produced. should also bo cut out, so that all mature s 4. M. W1LLIAA18. - HartfoWL K tho vigor of tho plant may bo directed REFUSES GOETHALS' PLEA. to tho remaining wood. Tho healing Washington, May 18. Secretary process may bo accolerated by Daniels declined to grant n re We Knock the Spots Out of Thing -- S5s; through cultivation and tho uso of quest of MaJ. Gen. Goethals, director fertlllzors on tho land about tho trees of supplies, storago and transportaattacked. tion for tho army, that part of tho turblno englno manufacturing faciliADVICE TO WOOL GROWERS. ties of tho country now employed by tho navy for torpedo boat destroyers For the Treatment of French Dry Cleaned and Pretitf I Reports form Washington and Bos- bo turned ovor to tho shipping board Tuberculosis Superior Manner. ton, Massachusetts, stato that mem- bo that tho commissioning of army Maintained by the Louisville Asbers of tho Boston Wool Trado As- freight transports may be hastened. Send us your Garment and Mam sociation for the adequate sociation havo agreed to accept MaThem treatment of tuberculosis in jor Gonoral Goethal's proposal to fix all its stages at las than cost. tho prico of wool at prosout on a Rates $12.50 per veck.lnclud-In- g CLEANED CLUAN board, medical attention, basis of tho prlco of July 30th, 1917. laundry, etc. High ground Package called for and uellrarMi Tho Government will tako ovor all For Infants and Children commanding extensile view. wool In tho warehouso on this basis. Delightful surroundings. Years THE ELTE PRESSING CLUI It holders do not agreo to soil, their In Use For Over Send for Descriptive Booklet i DR. O. O. MILLER wool will bo commandeered. Tho Always bears the i FhralclanlnChana A. Iva Nail, Prop. greater part of this wool will bq used Signature of STATION E LOU1SVIL1 E, KY. by tho Government for uniforms and HARTFORD, RSXTUCKT, 1 17-yc- ar other Government supplies and that which remains will bo distributed Biggest iReading Value for your Family ct The YouiKs Companion' ar & McCalls Magazine fA e-- uu'a TT 40 17-ye- ar (ALL 12-yc- ar Mothers use m SfrcyS lot vernuriK e me f I , ni tm r I I 1.53 til pro-par- ed T- nl R In 1 1 Le-eoni lndls-crlmlnatl- USE LI V-VER-- -- K For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. o v , -- nt m rililaaiptlM to-d- Hazelwood Sanat onum Ladies' and Men's Garments CASTOR 30 VA ZdfM&&& .. ...JUJ. J t ., ...rjiitijjilJfliliiTiWtffiriWftTtffl "" '"''" f' 'fMiMMtimmMmiimrnw K '?. 4MT.T. .J! Vimtr . w McADOO PLEDGE WEEK-JUN- E 24 TO 28 SHAKKfl UP RAILROAD MANAflHStHNT Mny y Washington, 22. Regional Upon advice of National Chairman F. A. Vanderllp and Federal Director J. D. Lyon, of the district embracing the State of Kentucky, the big June Drive, In which we are to secure pledges of the people.for the balance of our quota of $50,000,000, has been fixed for 'June 24 to 28 next, Instead of June 3 to 8, as directors of tho Railroad Administraby Directtion were instructed or General McAdoo to recommend Immediately Federal directors for every railroad to ho responsible only to the Railroad Administration, to replace railway presidents as chief operating officers. Pending theso appointments tho present managing staffs will continue in control. Regional directors will come to Washington soon to discuss the appointments, which mny bo delayed in many cases for several months. It is possible that soino presidents will continue Indefinitely to direct their roads, nlthough they will be subject to removal nt any time. The first directors may be named into this week. Salaries of the new ofilcers, who will ho compelled to resign all official will connection with their roads, range from $5,000 to $20,000. The Director General may choose as Federal directors many vice presidents now in charge of operations. Assurances were given today nt the Railroad Administration that each as road affairs would bo disturbed little ns posslblo and that staffs of executives and employes would he refor tained. The Federal director each lino will be a man already connected with the operation of the road. Creation of two new operating reof gions the Allegheny, consi-tln- g principal trunk lines cast of Pittsburg and Erie, and tho Pocahontas, consisting of East nnd Wet trunk lines terminating at Hampton Roads Is expected to effect much improvement in the coal transportation system. Tho congestion of export traffic in the East also will be remedied by the new arrangenemt. m announced previously. Kentucky will put It "over the top" In this big drive, which Is to terminate on the 28th, and which day President Wilson will be asked to proclaim "National War Savings Day" throughout the United States. Governor Stanley will be asked to Issue a proclam 4lon for the State of Kentucky, and the Mayor of Louisville and of every city In Kentucky will be requested to Issue a proclamation to the people of his municipality. County Chairmen from over Kentucky assembled In Lexington on Friday and heard the details of the plan for the big drive from the Ilp3 of Federal Director Lyon, Chairman J. E. Kavanaugh, of the Section of State Organization, and Ward Burgess, of Nebraska, who originated the Idea, and who secured pledges for the entire quota of the State during a week's drive similar to that which Is to be put on In Kentucky In June. shooting, nt his homo at Canoyvlllo tho first of tho week. His body was brought to his old homo, near Roslno, for burial. Dr. Raines was reared near Roslno nnd practiced mcdlclno thoro for a number of years beforo ho moved to Canoyvlllo. Tho Doctor had been In poor health for sovornl yenrs, nnd lost his eyesight somo tlmo ago. Bodily afflictions nro supposed to havo caused tho rash act. XOTICI3 OF CHANGH IN PUBLIC IIOAD !$$$$$WMS$$S$$$ PHOENIX SILK HOSE ALL COLORS J. Ex M. Ohio County Court. Taylor, et al., vs. Notico of chango of road. y, parte. TAKE ADVANTAGE OF MEETINGS OF KENTUCKY COUNCIL OF DEFENSE War Savings workers throughout Kentucky will take notico of the splendid move of tho State Council of Defense in calling War Conferences to bo held at county scats throughout the State, beginning Immediately, for the of arousing the peoplo to war conditions and enlisting their aid In tho various Government and other valuable war activities. Representatives of all war activities are urged and invited to participate In these Conferences and present their cause to those who are gathered together. These Conferences afford an especially splendid opportunity to War Savings workers In every county. Our campaign is on for the entire year. Many of these meetings will he held during the present month of May, and In such counties 'the County Chairman and his organization must co operate most actively with the representative of the Council of Defense in getting up tho meeting, as It will count very materially with you In the big June Drive which is just ahead of us. Where tho Conference Is to he held in a county during of the Drive It will bo a big booster for our activity, and where it Is to ho held afterward, during the summer It will help to keep up interest in ours as well as tho other war activities, and will materially help In your follow up campaign to see that thoc who pledge themselves in the June Drive meet their pledges and keep on saving and buying Thrift Stamps and War Savings Stamps. A general program has been mapped out by the Kentucky Council of Defense, which doubtless will be varied In different communities, as special speakers are secured for occasions. Tho general program is as follows: 10:00 a.m. A mass meeting will bo held and the program will consist of devotional exercises, community singing, and speeches by noted patriots, thinkers and orators. 1:30 p.m. The fathers, mothers, relatives, and all members of tho families of the soldier boys who are already in military service, as well as as all those who have boys who will be in tho approaching draft, are urged to attend this meeting. A special speaker, who is in touch with the war situation and who has a stirring message of patriotism, will address the meeting. Tho public Is cordially Invited to bo present. 2:00 p.m. Forum: Subject, "The Different War Organizations." Representatives of the different war organizations, including Council of Defense, Food and Fuel Administrations, Liberty Loan, Women's War Work, War Savings, Ited Cross, Knights of Colume Men, Chambers of Commerce. Edubus, Y. M. C. A., cational and Agricultural Organizations and all other patriotic activities, are urged to be present and participate In the discussions. No representative should speak longer than ten minutes. 3:30 p.m. Representatives of the different patriotic activities will bo given an opportunity to call their workers into a special meeting for the purpose of studying their specific problems and perfecting their organizations. 7:30 p.m. A mass meeting will be held and the program will consist of devotional exercises, comc ilty singing, patriotic music, and speeches by leaders of known reputation. pur-pos- o tho-timFour-Minut- IIKARS ODDLY STRING. (By I. A newspaper D. t Claire.) hands from working in war gardens will be badges of honor this spring " I'm wearin' mine. Miss Tiusley Is as wise as Soloman. She wanted a cow and Wilburn wouldn't buy it 'cause he'd have to milk. While Tins was off fishin' Miss Tinsley bought a lawn mower and now Tins is lookin' for a cow. He says milkin' is easier than shovln' a lawn mower, an' cows love grass. sas, "Blistered Notico Is hereby given that on Mon-dnJuno 3rd, 1918, tho undersigned will present to tho Honorable Mack Cook, Judgo of tho Ohio County Court, n petition, in which said court will bo asked to cause n change to ho made in the road in Ohio County, Kentucky, now running from tho Cromwell nnd Roslno public road to tho Cromwell nnd Liberty Church public road, said change to be made as follows: Beginning nt a point in tho old road at the foot of hill on cast side of J. M. Taylor's farm; thenco n scmi-clrcl- o ti round said hill 32 poles back to said old road; thence with said old road IS poles to another hill; 2 1 poles thenco another scnil-clrcl- e nround said hill to tho said old road; thence with said road 12 poles to n ditch In said road; thence through J. M. Taylor's land, 40 poles on the side of tho present roadbed; thenco with old road 12 poles to J. II. Plum-mcr- 's land, another hill, thenco n semi-circl- e around said hill, SS poles back to said old road; thonco with said old road 12 poles to tho foot of another hill; thenco another semicircle, CO poles around said hill back through to said old road; thence Harvey Plummer's land with old road IS poles; thence to another hill; thence around said hill 20 poles back to bald old road; thenco up said old road 114 poles to Jim Sanderfur's land, at tho foot of a hill; thence around said hill 5 poles on Sander-fur'- s land nnd 14 poles on Jim Sorrels' land to the old road bed; thence with the old road bed to tho end $1.50 to $2.00. S Hub Clothing Co. HARTFORD, KY. . SfTOSSS U .WIRED : Sash, Doors, LrUl'ILIL.I Columns. Millwork i The best made. We have it. Ready to ship. Prices right. Quality right. Write for our close prices on anything that you may need in this line. Prompt estimates furnished, and quick shipments made. F0RDSVILLE PLANING MILL CO., (Incorporated) Jake Wilson, Manager. k Fordsville, Kentucky. Said Petition will request said court to mako all orders and judgments and to grant all proper relief. J. M. TALOR. 47t2 H. U. PLUMMER. J. H. PLUMMER. The Kaiser crowded Billy Sunday JAS. A. SANDERFUR. and Billle Bryan off the first page J. H. SORRELS. he coundn't budge Teddy. but thereof. Prompt Answers It is the duty of the telephone operator to ascertain the number wanted and ring the bell of the party called. If the called party is slow to answer the operator is as helpless as tt X M n NOTICE OF PETITION. After all there's somethin' to be said in favor of the M. H & E. It voters of We, the undersigned In presenting Its program of exercises for the War Conferences, the Coun- will let you ride the longest time pecil of Defense puts it this way: for the least money of any railroad Smallhous precinct, No. 17, will tition the Ohio county court at its liberty-lovincountry. people of the in the There is hut one patriotic business before the regular June, 191S. term, to change world today, and that is the monumental task of vanquishing an intoxicated vindicating, perpetuating and defending human rights and libermilitarism, of announces he the voting place of said precinct from President Wilson ties, and of carrying the flag of democracy to victory. by Russia; but how Smallhous to Equality: You can help win tho war by attending the county war conference and Is goin' to stand Ray Addlngton, Noah Withrow, J. studying the interpretations of the needs and the issues of the hour that will In the deuce of clubs Is he goin' to H. Adwdlngton. A. L. France, Clinbo made. You can help by using your Influence in having a large delegation get Russia to stand? of citizens to attend from your community. ton Igleheart, W. M. Addlngton, J. C. Ad There is no one thing that will do more to awaken the patriotism of the My wife called me "Hun the other Jackson. C. C. Klmbley, J. L. people and make the Conference and all patriotic meetings a success than for of me dlngton. W. T. Jackson, F. E. Jack the choirs of all the churches and the people of the entire community to as- day, and I didn't for the life I son. John Addlngton, H. D. Rowe. semble at mass meetings and engage in community singing. It is earnestly know whether to smile or cuss. desired that the county council and all other patriotic organizations will get asked Tinsley about it, but he said Finis Igleheart, S. E. Withrow. E. together In an earnest effort to develop community singing and make it a part less he knowed how Canfleld. J. C. Igleheart, C. B. Ross. of the program of the War Conference as well as a part of all patriotic pro- he coundn't tell P. W. Brown, J. C. Stone, N. D. grams which will be held from time to time in every section of the county. I had been treatin my wife. E. P. Addlngton, A. L. WithThe Kentucky Council of Defense will furnish printed folders without cost row, E. L. Withrow, G. W. Lambkin, containing the National Anthems and War Songs to all county councils desirNOTICE OF DISSOLUTION. ing the same. J. R. Kittlnger, T. H. Miller, J. W. Continuing, under the heading. "Will You Help?" the Council of Dofenso Edmonson, J. F. Brown, A. Stafford. Equality, Ky.. May 1st, 1918. sends out the following valuable suggestions: Godsey, H. dissolution of Brentwood W. T. Lawrence, Thomas Notice of Tho home can help by attending the Conference and by using its influH. L. Bolten, Jake P. Addlngton, Coal Company. ence in having the members of every kome to attend. Allen, Vlg Morton. W. Notice is hereby given that the Jackson. S. W. The school can help by organizing Itself into a war of publicity committee every war effort, developing a positive patriotism, Brentwood Coal Company, incorpor- K. Addlngton, M. B. Balls, John Alwith a view of promoting practicing community singing, attending tho war conference and participating ated, Is closing up Its business and exander, D. E. Bennett, H. L. Brown. in its work. W. C. dissolved by consent of a ma- J. R. Hunter, J. T. Morton, The church can help by delivering a patriotic sermon on tho critt of the will be Faught, stockholders on tho lit Dullock, Ross Morton, Wilbur hour, and by announcing the program of the war conference at its regular jority of its V. L. Fulkerson, J. R. Jackson, Wilservices, giving publicity to It and urging tho peoplo to attend. day of May, 19 IS. liam Balls, J. W. McCormick, J. W. press can help by rendering invaluable assistance through its news 17t4 BRENTWOOD COAL CO. The Jackson, T. H. Smith, J. W. Brown, and editorial columns, thereby giving publicity to tho meeting and calling upon By H. S. Handle, President. tho people to give It earnest support. Harry J. Brown, E. L. Bullock, S. S. Handle, Secretary. Leonard Tho County Superintendent, who is a member of tho Advisory Commit-to- o Bishop, M. J. Fulkerson, F. W. Whlt-take- r, of the Council of Defense, can help by sending out a letter to tho leading R. W. Billings, John Rowo, F. LIGHTNING FIHHS CHIIJ. citizens of the county, especially to tho trustees of tho schools, calling their S. Tlchenor. O. II. Brown, C. D. Ross, attention to the Conference and asking them to attend tho Conference, to orBnrnard, II. E. ganize their school districts for tho Conference, and to tako advantage of tho Tho corn crib of Solon Chlnn, a W. T. Withrow, J. II. opportunities olierod. Addlngton, James Bullock, E. C. living near Beaver Dam, was The farm demonstrator, who is a member of tho Advisory Committee of fariuor Jackson, J. W. Brown, Fred Boono, electhe Council of Defence, ran help by disseminating Information among the struck by lightning during tho Ray Faught, Tcemus Brown, P. W. masses and getting tho agiiculluial organizations interested In the success of trical storm Saturday afternoon and tho meeting, and by paitlcipating in the program. on lire. In addition to tho loss Brown. set t Tho high schools of tho county seat and tho county can help by practicing of tho building, about flvo hundred community and patriotic hinging and adjourning on the day of tho Conforenco bushels of corn, forty bushols of peas, .MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. and paitlcipating in tho song service. a wagon wero burnOhio Circuit Court. Tho different war organizations, Including the Council of Defense, rood some wheat and F. L. Baker, Plaintiff, and Fuel Administrations, Libeity Loan, Woman's War Work, War Savings, ed. vs. Notico Men, Chambers o Red Cross, Knights of Columbus, Y. M. C. A Jamos Jones, Defendant. of Commerce, Educational and Agricultural organizations, and all other paMENACE OVER, By virtue of a Judgment and ordor triotic activities, can help by putting themselves affirmatively behind the ConSAYS K. I). ROOSEVELT of sale of tho Ohio Circuit Court renference and using such influence as they have in making tho work of all of dered nt its May term, 191S, In tho tho different war otfoits a success. Gor- above styled action, for tho purposo Bridgeport, Conn., May 21. The Woman's organizations of tho county can help by putting their splenof paying tho Judgment of tho plaindid organizations to work in an endeavor to mako tho meeting productive of man submarines ar,o no longer con- tiff heroin, amounting to $7G.00, with the highest results. a menaco in offenslvo tactics interest thoreon at tho rato of G por sidered Tho Commercial Clubs and Chambers of Commcrco can help to do effect- by tho United Stntes navy, Franklin cent per annum from Aug. 18, 191C. by arousing and Informing tho citizenship of their community ive woik Roosovelt, assistant secretary of until paid, credited by $10.00 paid tho seriousness of the war us well as ways and means of winning it D. August 18, 1910, and tho futhor sum by using printed posters or placards in conspicuous places throughout the tho navy, told tho Chamber of com- of $75.00, with G por cent interest county. mcrco and Red Cross workors hero thereon from August IS, 191G until Traveling men going over tho county usually are most willing to render paid, ami tho further sum of $75.00, eorvico by working up meetings. with G por cont interest thoreon from Ho added: 1G, until paid, and Men can help by calling the attention of tho people to The "Of courso, wo do not hope, abso- August 18, 19 tho costs heroin, tho inpayment of nil Iho work of tho Conference. lutely to wipo out tho German sub- cluding tho cost of this salo, I will Tho Roy St'outs can help by advertising tho meeting, by having demonnumeroffer for salo at public outcry to tho strations and carrying banners with appropriate mottoes and Inscriptions upon marine. Its bases are far too highest and host bidder nt tho Court ous. them. Also In putting up placards and distributing advertising matter. Kentucky, wo hope that each House door in Hartford, 1918, "However, Tho different choirs of tho different churches, as well as all of tho peoplo at on Monday, Juno 3, of tho county, can help by gettiug together and practicing community singing wooks roport will show a decrease, as about tho hour of 5no o'clock P. M., with a view to making it one of tho leading features of tho Conference. has been shown in the reports of tho on u credit of G and 12 months, tho All others can help by talking ubout tho Conforenco, by boosting It, and past tow weeks." following described proporty, to wit: by gutting tho citizens of tho county Interested in it and its work. A tract of land situated in Ohio t Persons desiring further information concerning tho War Conforenco, County, Kentucky, bounded nnd desDR. RAINES SUICIDES. Mould address tho Publicity and Speakers' Bureau Commlttco, Keutuckjr Known as part cribed as follows: Council of Defense. Howling Green. Ky. of tho A. W. Boasley survey, beginDr. Van Raines killed htmsolf by ning at a small hickory, black oak g Ful-kerso- n, Four-MInuto con-cornito-daFour-MInuto you are. Most of what you might think is "slow service" is caused by the sub- scribers not answering promptly? You can help the service by answer; ing your telephone promptly. When you Telephone Smile II wrn. in CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY Incorporated I J. HUNTKIl MATTIIKWS, MAXAGCIl, HAHTIOKD. KY. ,and dogwood, S. W. comer of said Beasley survoy in lino of. John Fulkerson survey; thenco N. S3V6 W. 892 feet to a stono; thenco K. parallel with tho Beasloy South lino 1071 feet, corner of J. W. Deckor's survoy; thenco In u houtherly courso 892 feet to n stone, S. E. corner In said Boas-loy- 's survey; thenco westwnrdly with tho original lino to tho beginning. All coal nnd minora! Is excepted. o Purchaser will bo, required to bond immediately after salo with approved security, bond to bo approved by tho Commissioner. A lion retained on said land as additional security. Given under my hand this tho 14th day of May, 1918. Otto C. MAHTIN, 16t3 Muster Commissioner. John B. Wilson, Attorney. oxo-cut- paid July 14, 1914; $5.00 paid September 8. 1911; $5.00 paid October 3, 1914. together with all tho cost heroin and tho cost of this salo, I will offor for salo nt public outcry to tno nigiiest nnd best lid- der. nt tho Court llouso door In Hart ford, Ky., on Monday, Juno 3rd, 1918, nt about tho hour of one o'clock P. M on a credit of threo and six months, tho following dobcrlbod propt: orty, Ono flouting Htudlo nnd nil tho uppurtonanccs bolonglng, theroto now beached on Hough Crook or Hough Htvor, near Hartford, Kentucky. Tho puchuscr will bo required to oxecuto bond Immediately ifftor salo, with security to bo upproved by tho Commissioner. Olvon under my hand this tho 14th. m dny of Mny, 1918. Otto C. MARTIN, MASTHK COMMISSIOMHl'S HMAi. 4Gt3 Master Commissioner. 11. P. Taylor, Attorney. Ohio Circuit Court. O. O. Speor, Banking Commissioner, Plaintiff, vs. Notico LEXINGTON, KY., DUSIHESS Kinmu Shroeter, et al., DofondnntB. he ui Suana la TOtr R. Soil Ruben Cikgi By virtue of u Judgment and ordor of salo directed to mo by tho Ohio Dutlnnt, Short Hand, T)po Writing and Telegraphy TMartl.l m,l ;.A,f.f Circuit Court, nt its May term, 1918, A Colic to can da much for. U' in tho ubovo styled uctlon, for tho ypuct rut cotflnlt?n aril purposo of paying tho Judgement of ''WSBW (A, Iltlon. 1(VuihifnalnuDlonii. iiJEilv! HtMwInl "if tho plaintiff heroin against tho w In tho sum of $75.00, with l nmiHJktir rf BiiM.iu.f.11 firadUAtttL. ltAirltl irtfllma interest thoreon at tho rato of G por cont per annum from tho 19th duy llCPAnTMKNT rpit jVWHI.H.underthe.oper. of February, 1912, until paid, credit-- d jfeVwIon. CJ EurdL home. X'or particular, aUdn ...., m lrwiun.. .... by 10.00 paid Juno G, 1913; f 5.00 UIIBIID D SMITH ny MSflY 'lS&P. r ,...., "' bfcAinuiurj,