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HUNS FORCING DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No. 48 OHIO COUNTY RED HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1918. will uso n much smaller number ot deputies than has been used by his Ho will' appoint only predecessors. thteo, or possibly four, deputies, and will select only experienced men, who hnvo demonstrated their fitness for tho work. Tho smaller number of deputies is made possible by tho long tlmo In which tho tax commissioner is given to do tho work. Tho assessment will begin this year July 1, Instead of Sept., ns formerly. Tho county tax commissioners will hold a stato meeting In Frankfort Juno 25, and contlnuo three days. Commissioner Wnrd will attend tho meeting. The county will pay ono halt the expenses and the stato tho remaining half, of tho commissioner's trip to tho state mooning. THE FLOOD GATES OPENED. Tho Huns have opened tho flood gates ot hell again on the western CROSS OVER TOP front, and the drive of death Is on. Tho Americans aro coming, millions ALLIES BACK strong, and to crush tho French and, Ilrltlsh before tho American reinforcements arrive Is tho German objective. Hut thoy reckon In vain. The Win Memorable Battle For; allied armies aro standing llko walls ot stono against tho Hunnlsh barTeutons Battering Their barians. Gathering their hordes from tho horizon ot their vanquished Mercy Fund For provinces, tho Germnn army began Monday what will perhaps bo their Way Forward Over a Soldiers. last effort to crush the allied armies. This offensive has not yet shown Wide Area. tho fierce Intensity of tho March drive, and Is meeting a more stubborn opposition. Tho enemy is taking somo g'round, but that was to bo expected. Tho Red Cross drive to raise $4,-0But thoy aro paying a terrific toll in blood and death for every Inch of In Ohio county ended Monday COST IN LIFE HEAVY ground. Tho allies nro standing confulent nnd Invincible. Tho issue Is night in a blaze of glofy. Tho mercy call from suffering Europe met with, no longer In doubt, and tho final triumph of humanity over barbarism Is a double measure qf generosity, and Good reports come from tlia American soldiers on tho fields of assured. .Soissons Falls, Rheims Seems more than $8,000 dollars was raised, France. Tho spirit of Bunker Hill and ot Gettysburg Is breathing for tho SOLDIER BOYS OFF. Doomed, Two Generals by the good citizens of the county. It first tlmo on a foreign battlo field, and hurling an avalanche of death Into Is a splendid story of duty done to go Captured. The greatest number of soldiers to TIIK NEW TAX ItATK. tho ranks of tho enemies ot mankind. Behind the frowning clouds of tho national headquarters of tho sent from Ohio county at ono tlmo American Red Cross, war tho sun ot peace Is shining, and at last tho weary dove will find a and Just left Wednesday morning over tho prldo of Ohio county people thepleasWo have learned there Is much con- place Is to rest her tired wings. M. H. & E., via Owensboro, for Camp In their violent attacks on the. fusion In tho minds of tho people in ed. thlrty-nill- o Taylor. 113 men answered roll call hnttlcfront running from regard to tho new tax rato and classcounty reAlmost every part of Soissons castwnrt to the. region ification. Mnny changes were made at tho depot at 8 o'clock, and start-e'- d sponded liberally to the TIIK SfllOOL CKNSUS. FOOD SALK REGULATION. this call, and on the journey, the end of which northwest ot Rhclms, tho Ooriunn by tho new law, but as a whole there are honors enough to go tirmlcs nro continuing to forco back It will not increaso tho total tax of Tho county Superintendent of The Food Administrator's rules Is- Is "Somewhere" In France. We pub around. The mining towns did. French ninl British forces on agricultural counties. Tho old rate schools has Just completed his report sued recently to govern tho sale of lished last week a list of tho names nobly; raising above one the half of tho nearly every sector. was 00 cents on the hundred dollaA to tho Stato Superintendent of tho food products seem not to bo clearly of tho men called for this quota. entire sum. The mining terltory The fortified town of SoIhsous, tho for county, CO cents for state, 15 number of pupils, by divisions, in understood in some communities. The men gathered hero Tuesday In from Rockport to Beaver Dam conxtromo left flank of tho allied bnttlo-lln- e, cents for school and 5 cents for road Ohio county. By a chango In the order to advise our readers what their afternoon, registered and were asbetween $4,500 and $5,000. signed homes with Hartford citizens tributed has been occupied by tho enemy, purposes. Under tho now lnw tho school law the census in now made rights were and to avoid their being Tho miners either contributed a day's nltho tho French aro still holding rato is 50 cents for county, 40 for only ot children between tho ages of annoyed by exacting local adminis- for tho night. A public service was wage and the operators a day's out tonuclously to Its western environs, state, 15 cents for school purposes. six and elghtcccn years, but persons trators, who do' not clearly under- held at tho court houso Tuesday put of coal, or the miners gave $2.00 thru which omcrgo tho railway lines Tho road tax Is eliminated. Hut of any ago may attend school without stand their duties, wo wrote State night, at which addresses were deliv- and the operators gave a like amount leading to Paris and Compclgno. Food Administrator Sackett, there has been a rearrangement of tho payment of tuition. and ered by Hon. H. P. Taylor and Coun- for each man in their employe. EsAccording to tho Germnn official classification for. taxing purposes. Tho white school population 'by called up County Food Administrator ty Attorney A. D. Kirk. pecial 'mention is due the small precommunication, prisoners A big crowd of the friends and rel25,000 James, of Cromwell. With tho ad- Tho new law provides that all prop divisions Is: cinct ot Coolsprings.whlch gave $204. .among them n French and Ilrltlsh erty subject to Div. No. 1, Males 505, females 424 vlco of these officials we are able atives of tho hoys gathered at the 50. Lonard Randle, who is connecttaxation for stato purgeneralhavo been taken, and numer- poses shall bo subject to taxation by morning to bid Div. No. 2, Males 407, femnlcs 394. to offer our readers a concise state- depot Wednesday ed with the Klmbly Coal Company ous additional towns and vnntngo county or other taxing divisions exthem farewell and wish them a pleasDlv. No. 3, Males 604, females 522. ment ot these regulations. at Kronos, gave $100. Tho State liolnts all along tho front have been cept: Farm implements and farm ma Dlv. No. 4 Males 53S, females 504. Restriction of sale Is placed on on- ant Journey and a safe return. They Racing Commission gave $300,000 in captured. chinery actually owned by persons Dlv. No. 5, Males 526, females 457. ly flour and sugar. The rule for the were a fine bunch of boys, were In the state, $1,000 of which Is credited Sr.cmlngly Hhclms, like Soissons, engaged in farming; manufacturing Total for county, males 3,013, fe- sale of flour is six pounds per month excellent spirits and undaunted by to Ohio county. also Is doomed to fall Into tho hands machinery and products in course of males 2,729. for each person. This allowance ap- tho task before them. By precincts the contributions ot the enemy, as tho French wnr of- - manufacture of persons, firms or corLieut. Harry A. Stein, from Camp Total white pupils in common plies to each member of the family, were: Hartford, $650; Beda, $190. fico reports thnt tho troops covering porations actually engaged in manu- schools, 5742. to regular boarders and to work Taylor, came down to take charge 0; Buford, $159.50; Heflin, $160.15; tho famous, cathedral town, which al- facturing, money In hand, notes, Grades Schools. hands. The rule for the salo of flour of, the trip. At Owensboro the boys Bartlett, $175.70; Ralph, 66.lt); most dally for several years has been bonds, accounts and credits, whether Hartford, Males 98, females 91. to persons living in town Is 24 were joined by the quotas from Da- Aentnaville, $75; Magan, not reporttarget for shells of hato from tho secured or unsecured, Is subject to tho Lunch Beaver Dam, Males 109, females 9 pound's, and to persons living In viess and McLean counties. Sulphur Narrows, $131.93; ed; German guns, have been withdrawn taxation for Stato purposes only, and Beaver Dam, Males 109, females rural communities 4S pounds. There boxes were served the laddies at Spring, $33.25; Horse Branch, $142; by the' good citizens ot liohlnd the Aisno canal northwest of ata.ratc of ten cents on tho hundred 92. Is no order requiring the miller or Owensboro Olaton, $79.25; Arnold, not reported; tho town. Fordsvllle, Males 105, females 112. merchant to sell flour In less than that city. dollars. Select, fibfroported; Cromwell, $105. McHenry, Males 260, females 250. twenty-foFifteen Mllet Rained. penind sacks, though Live stock is taxed by tho state at 80; Roslne, $89; Prentiss. 142.50 ; A CLEVEU SCHEME Kockport, Males 93, females 104. thero should be only two members In On tho sector directly southeast of 10 cents on the hundred dollars, but Centertown Coolsprlngs, $204.50; Centcrtown, Males 61, females 66. the family. Tho rule is a common Soissons the Germans now aro fight- may be taxed for local purposes at the $326; Smallhouse, $6; Pt. Pleasant, A Fordsvllle lady devised a clever Total High School pupils, Males sense one, with the intention ing relatively twolvo miles from regular rato tor taxation of other $109.62; Ceralvo, not reported; Beav726, females 715. the use of flour to six pounds to the scheme for raising Red Cross con er Dam, excluding Taylor Mines, where they started their drlvo Mon-da- y property. Total high school pupils for coun- person per month. Those having tributions. Buck Allen and Clem $927; Fordsvllle old magisterial disOn all other classes of property the from Vauxalllon, while further more than thirty days supply of flour Moxley, neither of whom Is better trict, which has a separate chapter, cast, near Loupclgno and In tho cen-io- r. rate Is, county 50 cents, stato 40 cents ty 1441. Colored Schools. on hand are required to return it to looking than the editor of this paper, about seventeen hundred dollars;' In tho vicinity of Savlgny, wedges and schools 15, making tho total tax Total for county, .Males 122, fe- "The, mill or store. This does not had been snap shotted together by a Central Park graded school.McHenry, Jiavo been driven into a depth of ap- rato on these classes of property males 154. mean the return of a few pounds, but photographer. The lady prepared a $28; Simmons Miners Local $50. $1.05. proximately fifteen miles. box with a coin slot and advertised to Total school census for county, of a sack or more. continually are Tho Germans The contributions ot the mining common schools, high school's and The regulations governing the sale show the picture for a Jitney. The towns, which include the citizens' throwing fresh divisions Into tho WAR HITS H KHALI). colored, 7459. ot sugar make an allowanceof three patronage was liberal, and the price contributions, were approximately; battle, but tho Ilrltlsh and French The per capita school fund will quarters of a pound per week for the of several bandages was raised by the McHenry, $700; Rockport. $1200; troops aro keeping up their tactics ot Tho world war has played havoc giving ground only when it Is Impas- with the editorial service ot the not be announced by the State Super- individual, or six pounds a month. novel scheme. Moxley is a widower, Williams and Render, $1,000; KlmThe merchant may sell to the cus- and this advertisement may be the bly, $600; Simmons, $1,032, and Taysable longer to hold positions under Hartford Herald. Mr. Coombs, the intendent until July 15. " mm y. tomer in town only five pounds at means of his getting married. pressure of the tho tremendous editor, was requisitioned by Uncle lor Mines $968. IN HEAP O' TROUBLE. one time and ten pounds to the counHeavy casualties aro being suf- Sam to servo as chief clerk ot the WILIi.JOIN NAVY. try customer. Provided, however, POULTRY WANTED! fered by the army of tho Gorman local exemption board. Mr. Lyman ft Enos Lawrence, a Hartford col- that during the preserving season a crown prince, whllo the losses ot men Barrett, a bright young man, of BarWilliam R. Albln, of Beaver Dam, pounds to tho allied forces aro described as retts Ferry, next took enrage of the ored man, is having a heap ot trou- person may liuy twenty-fiv- e Will pay the following cash prices ot up relatively light. to June 8: editorial desk at the Herald office. ble, and it all comes about through at one time, upon signing a certifi- and Walter Creep, local editor After a few weeks of very promising his love for gun toting. He Is above cate ot the purpose for which it Is the Hartford Herald, have enrolled Hens ...20o Druggist James H. Williams, 13c service Mr. Barrett was caught in draft age, but should volunteer for to be used. Those statements are with Roosters ON MANY CHARGES. get gun based upon information from the special enrolling agent for the Unit. 12c Ducks tho draft drag net, and sent to Cauip army service where ho could love gratified. state and county administrators, and ed States Shipping Board, as appli- Geese Oc Eldred Loe, a fourteen years old Taylor. For a week or two tho Marshall Stevens, of Beaver Dam, the people may Insist upon service ac- cants for training In the merchant Turkeys 10c boy, son of Monroo Leo.of New Ren-do- r, Herald ran edltorless excopt for tho marine. If accepted by tho Ship- DAVIDSON, SEA ADAMS CO. attempted to arrest Enos In that town cordingly. was arrested Friday on a multi- odd moments Mr. Coombs could ping Hoard the young men will be exemp- somo tlmo ago, but he jerked the W. E. ELLIS &. BRO., tude of charges, nraong thorn that snatch from his duties on the exempted from draft servlco, and 48t2 pistol from tho marshall's hand, and Managers. AVEDDING. person, unfitted tion board. Finally Hev. Walter ELEVENTH IIOUK of being a dangorous according to evidence offered In will take a special courso as apprenU. S. Food Administration to run at largo, stealing, carrying Creep, of Horso Branch, nnothor now court, whipped out his own gun and tice seamen on a training ship at License No. G047S1. A right up to tho water's edge wed away tho property of another and etc. editor, wns installed in tho Herald jran away with both guns. Ho was ding took place at the court house Boston, before beginning servlco in l When Interviewed in Jail tho boy olllco. But about tho time Editor given $50 and ten days in merchant marlno. Jail for WRIT DAY IN COURT. displayed n want of responsibility Greop had learned tho difforonco be- that offense. On another occasion, here lato Tuosday afternoon. Archie thnt was remarkable. According to tween a local and an ad ho decided recently", Enos was caught with a gun Maddox, of Rockport, and Miss Rosa RED CROSS NOTES. Tuesday was Writ day in Judgo his story his mother died when ho to anticipate draft service by volun ou his person whllo in Owcnsboro, Ellon Woodburn, ot Echols, had for Two warrants wero Cook's court. was small, nnd not getting along teering for tho marlno service. Who's and was Indicted for the offense. a long tlmo beon sweethearts. Undo Thero will bo no sewing at tho , Sam needed Archie's services in Red Cross, for a short time, awaiting Issued for Jim Taylor, of Beaver agrcenbly with his stop mother ho next? Whllo In Jail, serving tho sontonco him to answer now orders from headquarters at Dam, charging him with selling left homo when ho was twolvo years given him by tho Ohio county court, Franco and ordered liquor in prohibition territory. Only SUDDEN DKATH. ' Sheriff Bratcher took him over to ready for servlco hero Tuesday. Ho Cloveland. .old and has sluco paddled his own a few days ago Taylor was fined $100 brought the young lady along, and canno without u very doflnito notion Owonsboro, whoro ho was given nndays in jail on a charge ot tho holy bonds of wedlock woro weldHo Mr. Ham Waddoll, a farmer living ot whlthor ho wns drifting. Tho different committees are busy, and ten othor $50 lino and a ten day Jail ed. Wednesday morning Young Madhaving liquor In his possession for tho frankly acknowledged that ho had two miles east of town, died vory sentence. Sheriff Bratcher brought getting ready to ship the finished purposo ot sale. not been vory strongly ntldlcatod to suddenly ot heart troublo about 10 tho nogro bnck to Hartford Monday dox started upon tho Journey, the garments perhaps this wook. A warrant was Issued for Dos3 tho work habit, and had not had a o'clock Tuesday evening. Mr. Wad-do- ll night to finish sorvlng his sentenco end of which may be death, but ho Jackson, Ed Jackson and Leo Bulmomory tbnt regular roosting place. Tho boy hnd worked on tho farm all day, hero, after which ho will bo deliver- went with tho .consoling Dundee, ono ot tho units, has sent .seoms to bo intelligent, and needs and did not complain until attor quit- - ed up to tho Jailor of Daviess county. tho dearest woman on earth to him In some beautifully made hospital lock, charging each of them with only intelligent direction to mako ting work at nighty Tho attack camo Tho Daviess circuit court also dis- was his by tho laws ot God and man. shirts for this shipment and Beavor breach ot tho peace. Doss JackMay the ocean waves bo calm and Dam will send hor quota, In a day or son, it Is reported, is at Camp TayIs fortunate ou him early In tho ovenlug, and nl him a good cltlzon. franchised Enos for a period of two lor, and will hardly be reached with tho, Gorman bullets fly astray, and two. thnt wo hnvo a low to tako charge of though a physician was called death years. process. Just now Is tho worst timo Ho who doeth all tilings well return neglected characters, and glvo resulted boforo tho doctor's arrival. audi a follow could pick for violating tho groom to tho In safety the dovoted thorn an opportunity to dovolop Into His romains woro buried in Oakwood W. O. W. UNVEILINfl. Mrs. Wilson, chairman of tho Junopen arms ot the waiting brldo when ior Red Cross, has received an ac- law. Thero aro mighty few acquitHe leaves a wlfo, and .useful men. Tho boy will probably Wednesday. courts. Ho was about sixty bo tried In tho Juvonllo court and two children. Tho monument ot Sovereign Earl the deluge ot death Is over. Tho knowledgment of tho rocelpt of tho tals in the criminal Sunday, young couplo wont to tho homo of last shipment of garments satisfacsent to tho Boys' Iteform school at years old. J. Hockor, will bo unveiled FAREWELL FEAST. Greendale. ' Juno 9th, 1:30 P. M.,' at Walton's tho bride where thoy spent tho night. torily ma do. STORM AT OKNTEKTOWN. cometory. Evorybody InvitCreok In honor of his son, Otis HIckey HEVKNUE AGENT HEUE. OFFICE TITLE CHANGED. ed. The chairman of knitting wants nil and a number Of other boys who . and rain storm A seVoro wind finished sweators and socks returned A special, ono day's fair will bo W. H. Gray, of Greenville, stato at once, as sho wants to mako a wore called to Join Uncle Sam's NaDIUIs Ward who was elected coun- - struck Centcrtown lato Tuosday after- tho mine ot tho held at tho. grounds ot tho Ohio rovonuo agent, Is examining' tho tax shipment. Sho now has yarn In tional Army at Camp Taylor Wednesty assessor last full has boon not!- -, noon. The tipple-aCentortow'n Coal Company was blown County Fair, Co., Hartford, on July records in the county clerk's olllco abundance, but will also have to day, Mr. Robert HIckey of tho Northlied by tho stato authorities that tho county set an old tltlo ot his olllco has been changed to down, and Churlio Brown, a laborer, 4th 1918, Kings for tho exhibition for tho purpose ot enforcing tho col await orders, as to tho nunibor and ern part of tho fashioned spread last Sunday, at by the ot horses under saddlo and In harness, lection ot delinquent taxes. Laud kind of knitted articles. thnt of Tax Commissioner, and or- had his leg painfully crushed which 87 guests feasted upon tho dered to' mako bond and qualify for wreck of tho tlpplo. Tho tlpplo has speed rings and races on tho tracks, horotoforo sold by tho sheriff tor good things gathored and prepared Come, taxes has In many instances not been FOR SALE. FERTILIZER olllco under that tltlo. Mr. Ward been only recontly erected, and had as well as other attractions. Just received a car load of Jones' under direction of "Uuclo Bob." Ou to nomlnnto a list not been properly strengthened by meet your old friends and spend tho redeemed by thoNiwnor nor taken was also directed account ot scarcity of space we could possession of by the state. It has potato and tobacco grower of deputies for tho approval of the guy lines. No other serious damage day pleasantly. uot give a list of those attending. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. beon tho custom in this couuty for DR. L. B. BEAN.managei Commission. Mr. Ward resulted from the storm. .Stato Tax x 00 -ur t en-3tu'. " I the lnnd so sold to bo bid in by tho sheriff in the name of the county nnd state, and tho result was the taxes were never paid. Mr. Gray Is making a list of land sold in this manner for tho past seven or eight years, and after advertising tho sale will resell It, and under tho new-talaw can make tho purchaser a deed to the property. Thero will bo sevcrnl hundred tracts of OM6 county- land sold by the revenue agent, at an early date. Those whose land has heretofore been sold for taxes, and who have not subsequently paid the tax, should come In at once and settle with tho revenue agent while ho Is hero, or later with the sheriff. It t -- - - -- - JBg! mjjtfJm - w.WWL-- - vKfj Yokohama deduct Increases granted slnco 1915, II, and n proportionate S. SOLDIERS GO Tho recognition of tho eight-hoamount In Kobo; whllo In Korea basis, thought important as a prinAmericans havo devoted HERE IS A GOOD PLACE TO STOP FOR LITTLE MONEY IN HUGE NUMBERS month earnings to tho cause. GET BIG INCREASE cipal, does not materially affect tho Louisville Hotel, Louisville, ky., Main St., bet. 6th St 7th' scale of how wages granted. For InIn all $10,000 has also been substance, a man who In 1915 received scribed to Liberty bonds. When It Is The Only Hotel in Loulsvlllo Operated on the day would now get $3 for a ten-hodrlvo American anil European Plans. Big Fleets Of Transports considered that tho Christmasobtainm More Than $300,000,000 $4.23 for ten hour, but this $4.23 for tho Red Cross resulted In AMERICAN PLAN (With Meals) ing 1,100 names of men, women and would bo considered as $3.3S for n Landing Our Boys Per Year Is Total Of Rooms without Ratli but with Hot and Cold Running Water. day's work (eight hours) and 85 children, practically all American "Over There." McAdoo Order. cents for two hours' overtime. When residents in tho Empire, tho work 76 Rooms single, $2.00 per day; 2 peoplo, $2.00 each readjustments nro made later, inrepresented my tho figures given BO Rooms single, 2.50 per dny; 2 people, 2.25 each volving possibly extra rates of pay nbovo will show thnt tho American 60 Front Rooms. slnglo, 3.00 per day; 2 peoplo, 2.60 oach (Loulsvlllo Herald ) Wellington, May 27. General pay for overtime, the full effect of the community In Japan Is nctlvo In supRooms with Private Rath: Hi- ROBERT S. ROMAN. port of tho war. Increases for nearly two million rail- new principal will become more ap slug c, 3.00 per day; 2 people, 2.76 each 60 Rooms AmerParis, AprlhtO (by mall) It Is expected that tho new form of 60 Rooms aliif.'h, 3.50 per day; 2 people, 3.00 each road employes were announced to parent . ican ,troops aro pouring Into Franco organization will give systematic and day by Director General McAdoo, efEUROPEAN PLAN (Without Meals) The proper food for ono man may at nearly triple tho speed with which further growth to this work. Saturdny, nnd retroactive fective next Rooms without Ruth but with Hot nnd Cold Running Water. bo nil wrono for another. Every they were disembarked during March. to Inst January 1, carrying out sub- ono should adopt a diet suited to his They nro landing at several ports. At 76 Rooms slnglo, $1.00 per day; 2 peoplo, $0.76 oach LOVE'S Ol'TLAWHY of tlie stantially recommendations age and occupation. Those who ono port in Northern France, which 60 Rooms single, 1.25 per day; 2 people, 1.00 each PROMPTS KIDNAPPING llnllroad Wage Commission. The have weak stomachs need to bo es- was visited this week,, tho disembark60 Front Rooms. single, , 1.60 per day; 2 people, 1.25 each aggregate of the Increases probably pecially careful and should eat slowly ing was taking place nt feerlsh Rooms vtlth Private Until : will be more than $300,000,000 a and speed. (Stewurt G. Mastor in masticate their food thoroughly. 60 Rooms single, 1.60 per day; 2 people, 1.26 each yenr, hnlf of which will bo distribuOut beyond tho breakwater there LoulsWllo Herald.) It Is also Important thnt they keep 60 Rooms slnglo, 2.00 per day; 2 people, 1.60 oach ted within a few weeks ns back pay In their bowels regular. When they be- steamed Into sight ono misty morning "Leave $50,000 In gold under the lump sums ranging from about $100 transports. THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky Cor. Sixth and Main Sts. come constipated or when they feel a fleet of American cross-road- s at to nearly $200 each. ships which, becauso of old oak treo at tho stupid after eating, they Aboard these midnight or you'll never see your European Plan Only. General departed dull and Tho Director should take Chamberlain's Tablets to their draught, could not enter the Rooms Without Rath, $1.00 nnd up; Rooms With Private Bath, 91.00 from the Wage Commission's recom- strengthen the stomach and move tho harbor, were men enough to populate child agnln!" Thus has run the kidnapper's code mendations In tho following partlcu bowels. They are easy to tako and a good-size- d nnd up licit Eating Plnco in Town. American city of the Youngsters from tlmo Immemorial. lnrs: The Louisville Hotel ond tho Old Inn nro located In the wholesale m third class. pleasant In effect. havo been stolen as hostages, to be Tho principle of the basic eight-hodistrict and only a Tumps Towed Ashuic. walk to tho retail district and theaters. abused and kept In terror while capday Is recognized, but owing to .., 1IICI AGIO MMIT ROF LOUISVILLE HOTEL AND OLD INN COMPANY, Tropi. 'All day long French tugs, snorting tors nwaltcd ransom from tho frantic exigencies of the war situation hours voi.uxtakv enlistment and panting, dragged huge British parents. of employment arc not actually rebarges loaded with American troops But here Is a motive for child-thef- t. duced and overtime Is to bo paid pro May 24. Another Washington, rata; future adjustments of pay are move toward full utilization of the into the vast harbor. At night the Old hearts, hungry for tho comto be made on the basis of eight country's man power was made to- harbor was lit up with mrlads of twinkling lights as tho work contin- panionship of a little .boy prompted hours; day when Secretary Baker sent to ued. Mr. and Mrs. Jesso L. Hunt wealth In addition to tho ordinary scale congress the draft of a bill proposto spirit Besides the quays stood long trains. Cnliforninns, of Increase, day laborers, employed ing to raise the maximum age limit sonic with American engines with Jackson Gordon away from hi to get at mainly on track work, arc for voluntary enlistment In the army pulled least 21, cents nn hour more than from 40 to 55 years. All men over steam up, whichtroops out, one after mother, Mrs. Marjon Phelps Gordon were hurriedly and his stepfather, R. A. Gordon, of another as the they received last December 31; 40 so enlisted should be assigned to Jammed aboard. The population of San Francisco. A minimum of 55 cents an hour Is noncombatant service. the French seaport saw little of the Loe Supersedes Codes. established for the shop trades, inIn a letter to Speaker Clark asking disembarking, the quays and railroad Tho outlawry of loe! bollermakeers cluding machinists, that the bill bo pushed Secietary yards were well guarded. Affection, they argued, was the and blacksmiths; Baker said: There was no cheering. The lads greatest law, superseding civil nnd Women aro to receive the same, "Every man above tho age of 40 who climbed aboard the French criminal codes. pay as men for the same work, and years who is enlisted In noncomtrains were too tired for that. The Their own children lost by death, negroes are to get the same as white batant branches of the service will trip over had still left many of the going into the sunset years with an AND THE MEMPHIS WEEKLY men for similar employment. mako available for duty with the line lads pale and weak. Seasickness is unstilled yearning for childish laughAll increases now ordered will be troops a man within the prescribed enervating enough even on board a ter and tho confiding touch of little Commercial-Appe- al determined according to a percentage age limit for all troops liner de luxe In times of peace, but hands, the aged couple had become scale based on pay received in De"Many men whose long experience abroad crowded transports general enarmored of tho sturdy, handsome DOTH ONE YEAR FOR , cember, 1915, nnd any Increases as mechanics and i Ml artkir.s will make nausea is contagious. boy whom fate had brought into their which have been allowed within that them particularly valuable to tho vaThe boys did not sing when they lives. In many time will be deducted. rious staff corps and departments climbed into the freight cars Most Tho Hunts had been close famll cases raises in pay in the last two may thus be secured fnnead of (lopped down and went to friends of Mrs. Gordon. Jackson's and a half years are about equal to younger men without such experi of them sleep instantly. One or two started mother, since she was n girl. Before the increases now approved and con ence, and the efficiency ; the "taft "Where Do We Go From Here?" but sho married Gordon, they had taken sequently those employes will get lit- corps and the departments Huh will the rest eWdentaly with their sea legs care of her son, by a former bus or no more. To correct Just such bo tle By special nrrnngemcnt.s, vo nro enabled to furnish these two increased." still waiting for swells, sternly ad- band, and had. In their overweening situations when injustices are apparpapers at this low rate for n limited tlmo. There probably are 7,500,000 men vised the chanty men to "can that love for him, Instituted legal proceed ent will be one of the principal duties between the ages of 40 and 55, ami Is n large and ono of tho very best paTho Commercial-Appea- l ings to adopt the boy. of the new wage board, whose crea- many thousands of them already at- noise." pers published In tho South. Civsh must In all cncs accompany Y'nuks Coming Strom:. It was whllo Mrs. Gordon was havtion was suggested by the Railroad tested their desire to serve by bomeach order. This rate Is applicable to renewals nnd new subscribOne of the boats which brought the ing these preliminary adoption papers Commission. In no cases are wages barding the department with appliers alike. Yanks Into port was the first of the annulled In San Francisco that the to be reduced. cations. While the greater majority of ninety-day- s ships built at Seattle for Hunts paid her a visit, and, agitated Shoit Lines Not Affected. tho men in this class undoubtedly Emergency Fleet Corporation. at the prospect of losing tho lad they the Men working on the monthly, daily, will be restrained from enlisting by SEND YOUR ORDER TO had come to regard as their own, took hourly, piecework and train-mil- e family and business ties, the num- When the lads landed the Yanks on him away as he was trudging to regarding ships charted them basis will benefit by the new allow- ber at liberty to join the colors is other hastily school. ance, and members of the four lead- expected to be more than sufficient to the seaworthiness of their There was no other Incentive than built transport. ing railway brotherhoods, whose pay meet the purpose in view. "I hear you guys spent all your love. mm was raised through operation of the And love defied tho law. ' time balling out on the way across," Adamson act, are to receive from 10 Road to Happiness. Hilt LolC l,sei. yelled one trooper. to 40 per cent additional, a smaller Be amiable, cheerful and good "Tho law," they said, paradoxically, "G'wan," replied tho aggrieved one. Increase than they had asked of railan you are much moro likely to a floating palace. And in an anonymous message to the roads shortly beforo the Government be happy. You will find this dim-cul- t, "That boat's wharf rats to eat our mother, "gives Justice to nil. All Is there ain't no took controll. if not impossible.however, when legs off, either, like you got aboard well with Jackson. Ho Is with those The wage order applies to all em- you are constantly troubled with con- -. who will care for him. Justice makes that tramp." ployes of the 164 roads now under stlpation. Take Chamberlain's TabTho "tramp" refered to was one of It so." CIRCUIT COURT. ROCKPORT. Federal management, but not to the lets and get rid of that and it will be the magnificent Dutch liners recently But the law quickly, recovered the Ch'm'n. Board James Wilson. short lines unless they are easy. These tablets not only movo seized and pressed into service on the boy and restored him to Mrs. Gordon, Judge R. W. Slack, Owensboro. Clerk Rushing Hunt. retained by the Government after the bowels, but improve tho appetite American side of the water. despite the sdhblng protests of little Com'th. Attorney C. E. Smith, HartPollco Judge John T. Jackson. m July 1. It affects employes of ter- and strengthen the digestion. ford. Yes, tho Yanks are coming and they Jackson, who had come to regard Mr. Marshal Will Longford. minal, union station and switching and Mrs. Hunt as "dear papa and Cleric A. C. Porter, Hartford. are coming strong. The great mi companies, lighters, ferries and tugs TELEPHONE CALLS FOR REAVER DAM. gration back to tho old country Is on mama." Otto C. MarMaster Commissioner TIMK OF DAY" BANNER owned by railroads, but not employes Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKenney, "I would rather have lost all my In full flood. If tho present monthly tin, Hartford. of railroad boat lines on tho lakes, Clerk R. W. King. rate is maintained who knows but money thttn lose tho boy," said Hunt, Chicago, May 25. Watch repairing rivers or coastwise. Trustee Jury Fund Cal P. Keown, Pollco Judgo J. W. Coopor. what a year from now Uncle Sam may brokenly. To meet the expense of the wage In Chicago has more than doubled R. F. Stovens. "We gave him a home," added Mrs. Marshal Hartford. have more than 2,000,000 men on Increase, the biggest ever granted to as the result of the telephone comHunt, "when thoro was no other place 1st Monday In March 12 days -I , FOHDSVILLE. French soil? railroad or any other class of em- pany's refusal to give the correct tlmo for him. Ho has grown around our Ch'm'n. Board W. R. Jonos. Com'th. nnd Civil. ployes at one time, the Itailroad Ad- of day to subscribers on and after hearts, ft is as though wo hud Just ' Get Kid of Y'our Rheumatism. Clerk Olla Cobb. 1st Monday In May 12 days Civil. ministration has granted an increase May 1, according to Jewelery houses lost another of our own children." Pollco Judge C. P. Kesslnger. Now Is tho tlmo to get rid of your In July 12 days In freight rates of about 25 per cent and department store heads here. Tho m 1st Monday Marshal You will find ChamGrant Pollard. and a substantial increase in passer-ge- r order also has increased considerably rheumatism. Com'th. and Civil. berlain's Liniment a great help. Tho BIBLE SAVES LIFE tho sale of new watches and alarm rates also. OF AMERICAN LAI) 3d Monday in September 12 days clocks to persons, who hitherto have relief which It affords is alono worth Double Benefit. OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR. Civil. in telephone many times Us cost. depended largely on tho An Important principal contained 4 th Monday In November County Hoard of Education. 12 days With tho Americnn 'Army In company for the tlmo of day. in tho Director General's order Is Franco. May 20. Many htorles have Com'th. and Civil. manager of one japs organize According to tho E. S. Howard, S. S. 0. C. that reductions in hours since 1915 of tho largest department stores In red atoss WORK been told slnco the heglnnlng of tho Dlv. No. 1 J. M.' Hoover,. HartCOUNTY .COURT. bo regarded as Increases aro not to world war of lives being saved by tho city, tho watch repairing by hla ford, Ky. in pay. This means that employes of Toklo, May 1. The Japanese lllbles, but tho United States probably Meets first Monday In each month. establishment Increased more than W. Duff, FordsvlUo, Dlv. No. the four brothorhoods affected by tho fifty per cent beforo tho order became, Chapter of tho American Red Cross will havo tho distinction of being the Ky. Judge Mack Cook. Adamson Act aro to receive additions efiectlve, and the sale of watches, has been organized by the election of fiist country to havo actual possession Dlv. No. 3 If. L. Carter, Narrows, County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. on top of tho increase developed by lllhlu.v which especially tho cheaper klnd.and alarm tho American ambassador, Roland S. of a Ky. Clerk W. C. BlankenBhlp. that act. Morris, as chairman, with a council saved tho lifo of ono of its sons, clocks leaped forward rapidly. Dlv. No. 4 II. O. Autry, Balzo-tow- n, Sherlir S. A. Dratcher. For instance, an engineer who composed of twelve Americans, three William It. Wilson, a sol Figures complied by telephone Ky. E. S. Howard. KuiMMiuteiuIcnt mado $4 a day working ten hours in showed that moro than 250,000 from each of tho four principal dls- dier of Nowcastlo, Pa. Div. No. 5 Otis II. Stevens, Beav Jailer Worth Tichenor. may have had his pay in- persons 1915, -- ,. ... Young Wilbon Is nllvo y Ui .. In u in Chicago called tho opeiator w.-i- o er Dnm, Ky. Assessor D. E. Ward, creased to $5 for tho hamo number of daily and asked "tho correct tlmo. worth, of Now ork, stationed nt ok- hospital In tho rear of tho Amorlcan Dlv. No. C Nat Lindley, Center-tow- n, Burt cj or C. S. Moxley. Act. Hut hours under tho AdJinbon oluuna, was elected vice chairman; sector In Plcardy and rapidly recov' d plense." Itopeal of tho Ky. Coroner Dr. A. D. Riley. for the purposo of applying tho new custom telephono exports declared, E. N. Frazer, of Toklo. treasurer; Mr. ering from a minor wound. A Illblo Tlmo of Meeting 1st Monday In bcnle, tho $5 is considered as $4 a FISCAL COURT. was duo to tho bunions Imposed upon Phelps of tho Y. M. C. A , executlvo and a small trench mirror, which ho February; let Monday In April; 1st day of eight hours, with $1 for two secretary. Branches of tho American was necuhtomed to curry In his loft facilities of tho company by tho war, hours' overtime Consequently tho nnd sover.il other causes Children, Red Cross aro being organized in breast poqket, dellected u (Ionium In Meets Tuesday after first Monday Monday iu Juno; 1st Monday In AuJanuary, April and October. gust; 1st Monday iu Octobor; 1st pay will bo increasud on tho basis of sharpshooter's bullet from his heart. 1st Dish let Ed Shown, Hartford, some of whom were unable to tell Toklo, Yokohama, Kobe and Ssoul. Monday iu Dccomber. day, and overtime will bo paid at $4 a Tho Red Cross Society of Japan, According to his friends Wilson, the time, it is said, woro tho chief Route 3. County Board of Examlnors E. S. the hamo rate of Increahe. which, of course, has territorial Juris- who Is an orphan, had bcon In tho i!m! ollomler.s, while others wishing; to Dish let Sam L. Stovens, Denv- Hownrd, Mrs. I. S. Mason, Mrs O. W. piluclpal train omployes, On this show that they could uso tho tele- diction in tho Emp'ro of Japan, gavo habit of reading tho illblo dully. Ho er Dam. Duff. including incmbors of the leading phone, always demonstrated by ask- Its cordial consent to the organization was resting In tho rear lines last 3rd District Q. D. Brown, Simmons. Jan. 25 and 20 Common School will recoivo approxibrotherhoods, which Is to tako over tho work which buuday with his lilblo as his only ing for tho "corroct time." lth District G. W. Rowo, Center-tow- Diploma Examination. mately tho following proportional Inhas been vigorously carried on by comfort. Ho was ordered to a front May 10 and 11 Common School creases over 1915 pay, or their American icsidents slnco tho United line, where a sharpshooter's bullet LAKE HER FASTEST TRACK. 5th District W. C. Daugherty.Dalzo-town- . Diploma Examination. equivalent whon pay is based on States entered tho war foiled him. Comrades who curried The dry bed of u former lack in May 17 and 18 County Toachers mllos operuted: Passenger engineers, tho Nevada desert is considered by Early last summer American resl- - him off found that ho was sutforlng (lth District W. S. Denn, Dundee Examination (white). 11 pur cent; pasjongor llremeu and motorist tho lines,! speedway in tho (luls organized thomsohes Into what only from u Jleah wound in tho May 24 and 25 County Teachers' hulpors, 2S per cont; passongor con- world. It Is 12 miles long and Its wus known as th'o Amorlcan War Re- - brenbt, thanks to his Illblo unil tho 7th District B. F. Rico, FordsvlUo. D. C. Rhoades, Hart Examination (colored). ductors, 15 per cont; passougor bag- surfuco is ns hinootho and hard as Hof Committee, and up to tho probont trench mlrr6r, through which tho bul- 8th District ford, Route 5. June 22 and 23 County uni Stain gagemen, 38 por cont; passengor rubber. time havo been actively engaged In let passed. A second bullot struck Teachers' Examination (white). (ho rolling of bandages and making him in tho arm, but this wound Is brakomuu and llagman. 40 per cent; HARTFORD. Juno 28 nnd 20 County nnd State 15 por tout; freight onglnears, of garments nnd other bupplics for not borloiib. Mayor J. E. Bean. Teachers' Examination (colored). frqlght flromun and liolpors, 34 per tho wounded nt tho front. Somo 35,- Wilson says ho Is going tq present Clerk J. A. Howard. Sopt. 20 and 21 County and State FOR FLETCHER'S 000 yon bus been subscribed by tho tho Illblo to tho United States as soon cant; freight brakomeu and ilagmeu, Police Judge C. M. Crowe. Teachers' Examination (wblto). 40 per cent. Thcwo men also muht American cummuuuy iu tokio unu ab no is discharged from tho hospital. Marshal E. P. Casebler. Sept. 27 and 28 County and Stat R. R. EMPLOYES TO ur ono-day- -a ur ur i.v ...... Cash Bargain Offer The Hartford Republican $1.25 THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. na-tur- DIRECTORY 20. bullet-punctur- ox-po- rts time-honore- n. -- Children Cry R CASTO 'A I ( ?&' i Ofc VX& t,mtm i illli GUN MAKING TO BE SPEEDED UP Sccrdtary Assistant War To Have Full Charge Of Mny 2fi. Washington, Tho for tnrnliiK out IIk kuiih and ninintmltlon for IiIk kuiis litis licfcn placet! on IMwitnl It. Stettlnlun, recently appointed ns an nKHlstiint of war. Ho Is to bo supremo In this department of war activity, Just as Charles M. Schwab Is supremo In tho building of ships and John I). Ityan In tho mnnufneturo of alrplnnos. Tho ordnance bureau will not bo abolished, but cveryehlnB It does from this time on will bo under tho supervision of Stcttlnius. Tho object of tho secretary of war In placlnR Stcttlnius at tho mad of tho mnnufucturo of heavy ordnanco 1h to speed up tho mnkltiR of Kr. Runs 'iio blR Rim Industry must underRO a complete reorRanlzatlon, Is the decree of the powers that be. Tho design fdr theso puns, accord- to tho best Information obtaln-M- c, have all been worked out and apparently aro satisfactory, but tho facilities for makliiR them aro not at hand' It will bo tho business of the new big Run dictator and ho will actually bo a dictator to build up nn orRlnlzatlon for tho manufacture of heavy ordnance. I'uclf Sam To Iluilil. It will be necessary for the government to build an nrdnanco factory, for there Is not a factory In tho coun-try.s- o that Is now It was said equipped to turn out tho mammoth Rims It is proposed to manufacture. The department, of course. Is unwilling thai Information In regard to the size of the Runs that have boon designed should bo printed. It can bo said, however, that If tho plans that have been put on paper aro carried out this country will, In time, though It may U'i a year from now, bo usIiir In Franco IarRer guns than arc now employed In tho war. It Is believed that the appointment of Stettinlns as tho head of tho heavy g Industry will tend to confidence In Congress In this brnnch of war activity. to-dagun-makinro soc-reta- ry "Program Submitted. The program submitted to tho Houso Commltteo on .Mllltnry Affairs li program that calls for an enormous expenditure of money for heavy artillery will. It is now hollared, favorablo consideration at the hands of tho commltteo and finally a'sfche hands of CoiiRress as a whole. Members of "tho general staff say privately that it is a fact that up to this time our troops havo not suffered for tho want of heavy artillery, but that tho time will soon come when they will suffer unless heavy ordnanco Is placed In their hands. As for the manufacture of small arms, IncludlnR tho small IlrownlnR machine gun, cverythlnR appears to be going satisfactorily. It is evident that the placing of Stettlnius Is supremo chargo of tho manufacture of heavy ordnanco will meet with general approval. He will continue to senc as an assistant ecretary of war, but his duties will be confined to this one activty. - ro-ccl- London, Mny 24. Tho Ilritish armed merchant troop ship Moldavia, with American troops on hoard, has been torpedoed and sunk, according to an official bulletin Issued by tho Admlrnllty this ovcnlng. "Tho text of tho Admlrallty statement follows: "Tho armed mcrcantllo cruiser Moldavia was torpedoed and sunk "Thoro wero no casualties among tho crow, but of tho American troops up to tho present on hoard fifty-si- x havo not been accounted for. It Is feared they were killed in ono compartment by tho explosion." eight 'feet. Torpedoed Without Warning. Deliveries nro to bo completed by Tho Moldnvla was torpedoed withthe end of tho lako shipment season It was a moonlight In 1010. Contrncts will bo signed out warning. night and although a good lookout later. was kopt, tho atttacklng submnrine was not sighted beforo the torpedo I. W. V. DltKAMKI) OF struck. WAHIII.VG OX U. S. Most of tho men aboard wero In their hammocks when tho explosion ChicaRo, May 18. War ngaimit occurred amidships. Tho sailors and tho American government by tho In- soldiers allko showed no panic. dustrial Workers of tho World In reThey fell calmly Into lino nnd taliation for a declaration of war nwalted orders. When It was seen against Gcrmnny, was proposed In that tho Moldavia wa3 settling down, correspondence between James M. all on board wero taken off by the Slovlck and William D. Haywood, ac- escorting ships. cording to ovldenco Introduced at the trial of 112 leaders of the organizaLost AH IScIongings. by Claude It. Porter, spection y Tho men lost nil of their belongial prosecutor. ings, but wero supplied with new When tho final break with Germany seemed imminent, Slovlck, sec- clothing at tho different naval ports retary of the murine transport work whoro they wore taken. It Is believed that tho American ers, and a defendant In the trial for soldiers missing from tho Moldavia violation of tho espionage act, proposed a general strike as ono means wero sleeping on tho botton deck and by tho great Inrush of combating America's war program, wero overtaken explosion, when nnd asserted that the organization .of water after the they were trying to reach tho main would becomo tho heaven for Germans nnd Austrlnns, other Central deck. It Is also presumed that somo power allies, as wolf as pacifists and of tho ladders wero destroyed. Tho vessel was struck below tho conscientious objectors. bridge. She steamed ahead for somo "LIko little brooks streaming Into ono channel our organization would tlmo after being struck and at first water-tigswell Into ono grand river," wrote It was hoped that her compartments would enable her to Slovlck. "All In nil, wo could muster iulto nn nrmy. There aro reach port. Survivors agreo that the Moldavia Hungarians, Bulgarians and somo was torpedoed and not mined. One Irish who for patriotic reasons, If you please, will bo willing to light seamen said: "Wo wero proceeding up the this government." channel bound for an English port a Host Ilrineriy for Whooping Cough. early Tuesday morning. The weather was lino and thero was a bright "Last winter when my Uttlo boy moonlight. Wo felt an explosion had tho whooping cough I gavo him midships. Tho ship had been struck Cough Remedy," Chamberlain's Just below tho bridge1, but wo could writes, Mrs. J. D. Roberts, East St. sec no submarine. Louis, 111. "It kept his cough looso "Thero wero some destroyers con.and relieved him of thoso dreadful voying us and they at once scattered coughing spells. It Is tho only cough around in search of tho submarine. medicine I keep in tho house Only ono torpedo was fired. I havo tho confidence In It." "When it was realized that wo emedy is also good for colds should havo to abandon tho vessel m to tho destroyers camo alongside take off tho troops." to-daht build 130 vessels to cost approximately $800,000 each and totaling nliout $100,000,000 was reached horo y between Charles 51. Schwab, director general' of tho Rovornmont's shipbuilding program nnd Great Lakes shipbuilding companies. Kvery shipbuilding firm on tho Grant Lakes from Duluth to Clovc-Inwas roprosontod at tho conference and tho proRram was outlined by Mr. Schwab and Charles Ploz, vlco president of tho Fleet Corporation. The ordor was appointed among tho following firms. American Shipbuilding Company, CO; Great Lakes Ktifilneerlng Company, of Detroit, 24; Mnnltoc Ship building Company, 12; nnd the remainder wero divided between tho McDougnll Duluth Shipbuilding Company and tho Glovo Shipbuilding Company, of Duluth: Tho ships will bo of 1,200 gross tons deadweight capacity nnd will havo 1,500 horsepower. They will bo full Wclland Canal size of tho greatest depth, which Is a Httlo moro than twenty- to-da- BRITISH TRANSPORT TORPEDOED SINKS down beco it would not Intermarry. T thirds of tho group wero men id of these twenty-fou- r wero draftf ' by tl(o Turkish government for nuiitnry service. KHKIOIIT Washing!1113 H&txwira American Soldiers Aboard, .56 Are Relieved Lost. HAHGKS MUST PAID IX ADVAXCH , iNJiN vrTi ahc Kind ChSSdresi Cry for Fletcher's trj vxxxxxxxxrxxXN?cv?scvxvv iff i TrrBmmmmMwMimimmM'" - May 23. Railroad transportation charges nutst bo paid in advance ..Her July 1 under an order issued to day by Director General McAdoo, by which largo shippers and consignees Pro given credit on freight bills for W'oks and months, while small patrons aro required to settlo on a cash bails. This mea.is that tho railroads will collect each day tho charges on goods shipped or delivered that day with tho exception that credit for two days may be extended to thoso who file surety bonds covering tho payments. TAFT AXD TKDDV HOLD A COXFEREXCE in use for over over 30 years, has borne the signature of You Have Always Bought, and which has been 60nal supervision since Its Infancy. Mov no one to decdve you jn tw "Just-as-good" CJLiCAt and has been made under his per- - All Counterfeits, Imitations and ore but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. 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Thomns Devert, a negro, was shot to death and later his body was Incinerated last night near Erwin by a band of men after a sensationn'l chase In which tho negro, swam a river, dragging with him the dead body of daughter his victim, a JiAKK FIHMS Wllli a white blacksmith. uuiu) mo SHIPS of Foirr young men who had heard the girl's screams rushed to her asCleveland, May 20. An Her assailant dragged her sistance. tantamount to a contract to to tho river bank, plunged lrilo the stream and attempted to swim with her to tho other side. Ono of tho men shot threo times with a revolver, two of tho bullets taking effect When tho bodIn tho negro's head. ies of tho two wero recovered tho girl was dead and tho negro dying. Tho negro's body was dragged back Mrs." Godden Tells How It to town to tho negro quarters and m sixty or seventy forced to como out May be Passed in Safety Jako Jackson, a nativo of Georgia, mob was summoned to court on on assault and lino up wjillo tho gathering and Comfort on the charge. The stato brought into court piled wood nnd cross-tic- s body, setting flro to tho pllo. tho weapon used a hugo pole, a dag Fremont, O. "I was passing through ger, a pair of shears, a saw and a gun. period of life, being forty- the critical Jackson's counsel produced as the six years or. age anu had all the symp complnlnant's weapons an ax, a shovI toms lnciuenttoumr. el, a scythe, a hoe and a pair of tongs. change heat HushFor Infants and Children Tho Jury was out but a short while es, nervousness, and was in a general run In Use For Over Years and returned with this verdict: "Redown condition, so solved, That wo, tho Jury, would havo it was hard for me Always bears given five dollars to see the light." the to do my work. Erie Circular. Lydia E. Pfnkham's Signature of al THAT CHANGE IN , WOMAN'S LIFE OPPOSED TO SOVIETS JOIX WITH CHINESE LIVING RELGIAN FLAG BROKEN UP BY HUNS May. Petrograd, Gravo events aro Tho Hague, March 25. A Congo reported from Manchuria, where the negro In Brussels found a way to defy trans-UalkCossacks opposed to the Soviets and fighting under Gen. Sem-eno- ff the Germans and display tho Belgian have Joined forces with Chinese flag, which, of course, is forbidden. The negro is a popular bootblack. detachments and are marching on He went about dressed in bright Chita. Tho Chita Soviet is raising a force red clothes and painted his cart yellow. These, with his own skin, mode to oppose Gen. Semcnoff's advance. the colors of the Belgian flag. For a long tlmo tho Germans did preMoscow advices of May 12, viously received, reported an advance not detect the clever ruse, but tho deby Gen. Semcnoff westward along tho Congolese was finally arrested, n railway with Chita ap- nounced as vl conspirator, and tho parently his immediate object. A black portion of tho tricolor was orHarbin dispatch dated May 14 also dered deported. reported Gen. Semcnoff advancing WOOIi FROM after having received substantial DOGS FOR GARMENT USE of and Cossacks Huriats. London, May 25. 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Starck Flayer-Plano- a art the best and most beautiful Plvcr Planot on tfca ou win' tie & market. lighted with the many exclusive features of theae wonderful instruments, and will be pleased with the very low prices at which they can be secured. 9, Piano Boek Send .for our latest complete P. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. 1843 Starck Blag., CHICAGO Send today for our new beautifully illustrated plana book which gives you a large amount of Information regarding pianos. This book will Interest and please you. write today. Fra. You Can Be You Whateve want To Be if you have ' CASTOR 30 A, Compound was recommended to me as the COOL1KS' ACUTK HKAIUXO . best remedy for my VALUAHLK TO TltOOl'H frmlltlAa urMf.fi it niirelv nroved to be. I feel better and stronger in every way since taking it, j London, May 25. Olllcors homo anu tno annoying symptoms nuvu disap- from the front 'testify tl tho acuto peared." Mrs. M. Godden, 925 Nahearing powers displayed by tho Inpoleon St, Fremont, Ohio. Such annoying symptons as heal dian and Chinese coolie laborers with flashes, nervousnsss, backache, "head- the troops In France. Theso Eastern ache, irritability and "the blues," may nuxllariea are over tho first to detect be speedily overcome and the system restore to normal conditions by this tho nearness of a hostile airplane and MAY USE SHAKER COLONY AXCIEXT SAMAIUTAX RACE BUILDINGS FOR HOSPITALS. HAPIDLV 11ECOMES HISTORY Lexington, Ky May 27. It is rey that tho old Pittsburg, May 25. The last rem- ported hore at Shaker stone colony buildings nant of tho ancient Samaritan race Shakertown, twenty miles south of may bo wiped out of exlstanco by aro to be overhauled for use the war, according to E. K. Warren, here, us hospitals for soldiers brought president of tho International Sunday report could not Mr. Warren, in from Franco. Tho School Association. bo confirmed Thoro aro nuhis Sunday school labors In tho Holy merous buildings in tho old town, Laud, found tho Uttlo band of peoplo only threo members of tho colwhoso ancestors mado up the great but famous root and herb remedy Lydia E. to fall prone as a measuro of ony aro left. Fjnkham's Vegetable Compound. In this way they givo a val- northern division of the kingdom mt Cf any complications present them-teive- s uable lead to tho Ilritish and French of the Jews. Thero wero 102 persons write the Pinkham Medicine Co., . Lynn, Mass., for suggestions how tc soldiers, who nro comparatively slow in tho group, and ho has not heard a FOR FLETCHER'S overcome them. The result of fortj in detecting tho difference in sound' word from them in eighteen months. yenr3 experience is at your service aw between the rival air machines. Mr. Warren said tho race dwindled I your letter held in strict confidence. Vegetable mz&t scarcity of sheep's woo,!, the British Dog's Wool Association points out the important of collecting tho wool of d dogs to supply tho Red Cross with material for garments for tho wounded. At tho Victoria and Albert Museum there Is a sipall exhibition of specimens of tho raw wool of several breeds of dogs, examples of yarn spun from it, and some knitted pieces, Including a cuff, made from poodle dog's hair. long-hnire- You enn be a success, and a big success, ms f" to-da- AMBITION, ERERGY, NERVE. The road to success is easy if you are properly prepared. A Business Education is the'ehief 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 waitiiv for the prepared man or woman. School m session the entire year. Pupils may enter at any time and receive proper classification. to-da- Onl! Business l KY. (Incorporated) Children Cry OWENSBORO O A SXO R A CCK20C3wi:Hf- wwt l".A. . . .,,,..,. TiinnrimilTTi "i msiiiam t" r- rrmy win finini trin nST,wnsrs1fUtsnTii'"' T""" ' - imi"iiSBiiirnnjn(i(ii r . The Hartford R.nnriliVnn'Wn Published Weekly by IIAItTFOItl) PRINTING C COMPANY Incorporated W. S. TINSLEY, E. SMITH, President Sec.-Trea- s. Kdltor JOHN 1IH.NRY THOMAS W. S. TINSLKY, Associate Kdltor nntl Business Manager. Entered according to law at the rostofflcc, Hartford, Ky., as mall matter of tho second class. Address all communications to The Hartford Republican. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscribers desiring the paper sent to a now address must give the old address In making the request. Ttuclnnsa l.nr.ilq nnd Notices lOe per lino, and 5e per line for addition- i ' Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards of Thanks, 5c per line, money in advance, v Church Notices for services free, tout other advertisements, 5c per line. Anonymous communications will Teceive no jnseruuu. - ,iavc wot ,,,om on thC flc,1 f , AVc have heard a number of STRAY STREAKS such soldiers deliver addresses, nnd (By Fluke McFlukc.) each of thin dlsplnyd the most violent nnd uncompromising hntred. Such uniform loathing nnd unconcealed John Henry was on tho program bitterness must have bden engendered by personal contact with savage for n speech In tho meeting bf the called soldier Roys and Citizens at cruelty. tho court house Wednesday night, I couldn't attend. I thoughtLike ancient Job's, tho Rev. Doycc hut lessly told some flvo or six of mv Tnvlor's troubles accumulate, and speak and ho is at least in ono respect liko his friends that Thomas was to Mnater ho scarcely lias n welcome strange to say, none of them could , place to lay his head. Now in mul- - go cither. tlnllcntion of his troubles several Some peoplo nro quick to share members of the faculty, and other hosnltnllty with, and lavlshlv ofllclnls of Bethel College, at Russcll-vill- e, their entertain the "Highbrow" or man of resignahave tendered their tions, refusing to servo whilo the Rev. place, and of power, but never can way to take in those of tho low Boyco Tnylo'r remains on the board see a of lier and humbler walks of life. of trustees. Tho contrnrlnoss '--ninnklml must sorelv trv tho nntlence A ninl- - who BftVC the receipts for of the Itcv, Taylor. rtr&i?'1113 UUll'lll III fll'l.UIII (Will f'l.llllllO IU the Red Cross, one day this week FOR SALE. Peas $2.90, says he never had such a trade In all Whlpporwill his life, as on that day and durnd German Millet ?3.00 at if peoplo didn't buy his wares ACTON BROS. 4St2 who hnd not tasted "sich" things in 15 years. ROILED DOWX. -- ' . AAAAAAAA OaOaOaU ? aOadWUaOaQ &&&&&&M&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&& a ? b a 4? 4? ? 4? 4 S 4? 4? LEVYS SHOP Invites Your Attention To Present Market Conditions. c 0 ? ? 6 o & il 4? 43 it 4? 4? 4? 4? 4? Louisiana was the first state to refuse to ratify the federal prohibi TELEPHONES. tion amendment. 12JJ Cumberland of General John B. Castleman, 3'J Farmers Mutual Louisville, the last of the confederate Brigadier Generals, died Fridny. MAY 31 17.000 drafted men from Ohio, FRIDAY Indiana and Kentucky will reach Camp Taylor to go into military 7 with Our wife wasn't satisfied Uncle Sam still has plenty of thrift ncxt wfiek blowing In several dollars, for a lawn . v.HA ,1 Ast 1,1 ml trt na stamps for sale. h-- wcr wl, ch I d d t wan . but out a smokeless powder plant at Kirk, tablUh depths of her charity, she has Our hat is off to Arthur nt a cost of $4,000,000. of the Louisville chairman of tho Red Cross drive. The plant will give employment ti lately added to my presents, a new 1 ri,cn honor. That $S,000 does him "0t, wa,ntcd)- - , 5,000 laborers. n detest such wastful Clifton J. Pratt, the only one of the giving of presents, but notw Ith Judge B. J. Bethurum.of Somerset, M, statc offlccrs elected on the Morrow's town, has announced 1S99, standing my sentiments, I had to do Ed !io W. S. Taylor state ticket in something, so I bought for the wife candidacy for the Republican "his ho served his term out, died at his a nice new washboard, two mops nomination for United States Senator. home in Madlsonville Saturday and a half doz. bars of big deal soap. It Is reported that Gen. Hlndenberg '" We have forgotten what day it J K. -- . is seriously ill of typhoid. We are not much on hankering to passenger set aside for pratwas the President In .freight and innsosmpnn Increased annual be old. but since they have got up ing for peace, but we are gouging the an win fnngled law, put Huns with oUr garden hoe every day. burden of $900,000,000 to American this doggone new per week, work ting the 36 hour, shippers and travelers. clause on all men under 50, we alOne objection a great many good has more tnan tioumeu most wish we were as old as John have to returning Ollie people will of Red Cross funds. Henry, Lee Slmmerman or Ed Bar- James to the United States senate is, its allotment subscription running to more too wet. Ollie voted The rass. le is a leetle Kentucky s quota against submitting the national pro- than $1,800,000. Illinois is fixed at $900,000. was Bat Nail and the Editor of this hibition amendment. the only state that has not raised its sheet have been having it up one side It must be shocking to the Ameri- quota. and down two. even both ways for A British official statement sajs Sunday, in all of which, this paper can prohibitionist to learn that Just offensive lefore sending the soldiers on a par- since the great German near one has come off a poor third best. The job of "moprlng opened two months ago ticularly hazardous gave Bat a pair of trousers to have been Editor up" the Huns the British ofllcers give thousand enemy airplanes clean, press and repair several weeks brought down. their men a dash of rum. ,iko and Bat refused to yield posses Congress is planning to recess irom sion of the aforesaid Breeches with Mexico is getting ugly again, and about June 15 to August 1. out payment In coin of the relra, for AH exnrcss companies are to n we may be called unpon at an inconde- company which his alleeed services. The Editor venient time to give her a dressing merged into a single mured to the cash stiftf and in lieu down. We ought to have had the job will probably be known as the Fed- thereof, tried to work in an adverdone already. Marse Henry may not eral Express Company. tising account, which he claimed as in Arkansas women may vote in long past due.which claim Bat over live to see it accomplished, but his elections. "On to ranama" cry was prophetic. nrlmarv but not in general ruled. The upshot of it was, has "Niggers" cant even vote in the pri been and is now, when a visitor has sent The State of Indiana maries. comes into the oillce, the said Editor more volunteers to the army than Lonnie Simpson, of Ready, was the has to make a dive for the dark has Virginia, South Carolina, North first Grayson county boy to fall in Hence the paper suffers, he Carolina, Mississippi, Louisiana and France. He had been In tho regular shamber: being kept away from his desk so is any army for fourteen years. Arkansas combined. If there much. politics in volunteering it must be vviion wnii hnvfi Backache the liver Republican politics. OBITUARY. or kidneys are sure to be out of gear. iuu The Socialists argue that because Try Sanol, it uoes wonuers ior trial kidneys and bladder. A Mrs. R. L. Dever passed into the the government has made somo liver,bottle will convince you. Get it 50c better world on Tuesday, May 21st 46-measure of success with the post of- at the drug store Though her life was short her career fice department and the schools it was useful and she was loved by all With SEEDS! SEEDS! ihould take over everything. Seed, who knew her. She was born at a the same logic if one sixtieth of The best quality of Cane grain of arsenic is a good tonic ten Broom Corn, Pumpkin, Whlpporwill Rockport, Ky., Feb. 10, 18S9, and peas most any kind of field seed was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. trains would be a cureall. Luther Rock. Her mother still you want. The Louisville Herald twits the 47t4 survives but her father preceded her W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Pennsylvania Democrats for putting by a little more than a month. For up a wet candidate for governor and Pullman Porter (to aged man ns six years she was a popular teacher dry candidate for lieutenant gover- train pulls Into yards near depot): in the Ohio county schools and leaves nor. But does not the Herald re- 'Brush you off sir?" a host of former pupils to mourn Aged man: "No I'll get off the her untimely death. She was mar member how admirably a similar conization worked for the Kentucky usual way." Clipped. ried to R. L. Dever, a Hartford busim ago .and resided Democrats three years ago? ness man, Do you get up at night? Sanol is in this city till the time of her death. bladWe are going to stand by the surely tho best for all kidney or relief in She united with the church of Christ "goose neck hoe" roadworking system der troubles. Sanol gives and blad in 1915 and llvod a devoted christian 24 hours form all backache through thick and thin the balance der troubles. Sanol is a guaranteed till she was called up higher to of this year, and then if the Fiscal remedy. 50c and $1.00 a bottle at brighter fields of endeavor. Mrs. 46-court does not devlso something Jet-t- cr tho drug store. Dever leaves her husband, her moth- by the first of tho year we are er.Mrs. Luther Rock, of Concord, an CARD OF TIIAXKS. going to camp on its trail till there three brothers, Jesse Rock, of Chlca- alnt no trail left. Fair warning. pnrnnst thanks co. O. N. Rock, of Cool Springs, Ky nviitmi mv i .ii, be-,. .. .... . . .... - nnniwintinn n mv. manv friends and Wayne, S. , Rock, I of Concord, ,.1 . ...; .niiniirmiu ill. rii'iiiiH 41n uiiif II Ono uenciicieni resuu oi mo wur i n.i I l nn ..v..u... Miiuuuaa ior uiuir ii.iMimitiii tho tightening of the Erin of tho "" lieignuors Blinwn , llurlnE out the county. She was gentle in attention. 4? proposition, the dog 4? with the most BARK, at first, attracts i the greatest amount of attention, but 4? game Is is far In the rear when the finally chased to earth, and, he makes 4? still more ado when coming upon the game, vannulshed by the fleet footed. if but more silent runners of tho pack. 41 As a general 41 The manufacturers of ladies' rendy-to-woarc fiiclng an actual Minrlngc in woolen goods. Many of the bis woolen mills lime been taken oter by the Roicrn-mefor the making of khaki cloth for soldier' uniforms. There N an actual nnd n rent sliorlngc. The fall prices on all clashes of Mills nnd coals will absolutely bo higher and if you arc wlc jou will buy jour Miiit or coal now instead of waitmuch nt In urging this, Levjs arc not particularly wise because tho will advance as the fall hcuson approaches. Hut I.cvjs hcllcvc there hae is something besides making money In bu.slnos and whenever they can ndti.se their customers of nn opportunity they expect to do so. Levjs have Itlil woolen suits nm goods they 108 woolen coats that are posllUely good ior fall wear. The prices on them aro far below their real initio. Levjs hae also hundreds of pretty georgette, lolle and crepe dc chene wnl.st.s. Jlundrds of pretty white wash fchlrt and dozens of pretty in attraitio stjlcs. Levjs hats are beautiful and jou can buy many Minimcr dres-ses- , of tliese below value now. The purpose of thLs ad is to call jour attention to the wool suits and coats, anil by doing this, Lcijs beliee they aro doing a real serilce. ing until September. & & & & & J J 4? 4? 4? 4? ? i p' 4? f 4? 41 41 to to to 4? 4? 41 41 1 to to- to - to to ,oa kv 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 4? 41 41 41 II LEVYS Incorporated) toto- - to to - to to OWENSBORO, KENTUCKY. Jf to- - to to to to to to to to to i"$c$WvvvrvV'r4 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 hme to everybody. 00 ARE YOU DOING YOUR PART? yr nmriH Ema five-yea- rs ft) yr ports of courts and Juries measuring out lustlco to evil doors. With na tlonal freedom in peril, and tho masses patriotically striving to meet the emergency, the public temper Is in no mood to bo tolerant with criminals. rT;L";ro- -: u. u, 1 ,.,, h w.w ,. . vnn iiih ruin iiiiiiii in LJUULii a ii'iio -., ;,, ,i, - Her loss to earth is only Heaven's j Clammy mmuia a nuireuvu u rl J ny mnmorv of vour lovo and friendship, gain. R. L. DEVEIt. M .,., I --- o.- 1 mixta a 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-we- HOW A under-clothin- ar way. ss- - ,wv --; Tr;r i )' w wiii .n.muo mir frion.i T.iniinw Petty, Chief of Police of tho city of Louisville, in tho matter of bringing tho king of gamblers to Justice Ho brought the "king" before tho court and it threw the mantle of charity over him, but if Lud with his four hundred policemen cant stop Pete Bitzer from belling liquor wo will mark him from our llbt of friends who do things. tho savage brutality of tho Gorman tsoldUr.s is the uniform bitter hatred of tho Hun by those returned soldiora Tho most convincing ovidonco of Have installed two shower baths WANTED MEN Will bo ready for bathing TO Monday, June 2nd. Will give tree Juno 10th, inclusive. Time boths until ON PAPM OR TO 1 for bathing will be limited to 15 minutes when another is waiting, WORK IN WOODS Thirty minutes will bo tho limit un-dMAKING PROPS Will charge any circumstances. AND TIES 15 cents a bath after Juno 10th. Rooms strictly private. Ladies with GOOD WAGES tho proper escort aro cordially Invited. Will find Instructions how to STEADY EMPLOYMENT. APPLY operate water and steam in each OR TELEPHONE bath room posted on walls and doors. Also tlud rules and regulations which BEAVER DAM COAL CO., will bo enforced. Wo aro equipped TAYLOR AND WILLIAMS to give you any temperature of bath. MINES. ELLIS ICE CO. iStl wJk Summer Munsingwear, especially, will prove a delightful surprise to those 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 fit most anybody in the garment desired. km tym ITTU1 l at plant. wni?rr or Carson. (L Company Form-jittin- g Loose-fittin- g Knitted Suits for Men And Women. Woven Athletic Suits For Men. Dr, J S. Smith, of McIIenry, called on us whllo In town yesterday. jWV$HHS4H HiWMmWhmi Hot Weather MATERIALS Anticipating the usual warm weather we began preparing months ago for it. Our store is filled with these sheer materials that will make this exceedingly warm weather pleasant to you. Rev, W. J. Brandon, of Fordsvlllo, was, a visitor at this office. .Monday. Mr. Valley Morrison nan sold n residence property jn Horso Brnnch to Mr. Hell Frymlro. Mr. J. C. Her will go to Louisville, Monday on business. Ho will likely bo gono several days. E MAXWELL mm Dr. E. B. Pendleton nnd Mr. It. T. Collins spent a few days in Owensboro . the first of tho week. A Real Automobile We have secured he agency in Ohio and Butler counties for this well known automobile, and we would be glad of an opportunity to demonstrate it to you. There may be cars that sell for a hundred or so dollars less, but the Maxwell is worth a hundred or so dollars more. This is the economical car, because you get Robert S. Walker left yesterday morning for Decatur, Alabama, where ho will accept employment. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. H. Lyons, of Ola-towho spent the winter in tho south have returned home. n,, yard. Tub Silk, snlendid for men's shirts and ladies' dresses, 35, 50 and 75c yard. ' .White and fancy Skirting 35, 50, and $1.00 yard. A splendid assortment of plain and fancy Voils, from 15c to 35c yard. Fancy and plain Organdies 12., 20 and 25c Mr. Calvin Loyal, postmaster and mcrchnnt at Narrows, visited this ofllco while In town Tuesday. Most Miles Per Gallon on Gasoline Most Miles on Tires THE MAXWELL btill maintains the world's long dlstanco record 44 days and nights without a stop nt an average of 25 miles per hour. We contend that's some record. Tho MAXWELL is somo car, too. If Interested, see A. C. ACTON, at Acton Bros', store, for demonstration, where the car with the wonderful engine can be seen. Representative L. L. Embry and family, of Balzetown, were guests of Judge and Mrs. Mack Cook Satur day. Master Walter Mischkc, is in Mt. Venron, Ind., spending a month with his grand-parentMr. and Mrs. A. E. Smith. s, Ready-to-We- ar Department. 0 Touring Car, $825.00 F. 0. B. Detroit Roadster, $825.00 .Ladies' sheer quality waists $1.00. Crepe De Chine and Georgett waists-$3.5White Skirts $1.25 to $3.50. Silk Skirts $4.98 to $8.98. to $ Mrs. Vernon P. LIgon, of Mayflcld, Ky., Is visiting her parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. It. PIrtle. Mr. LIgon will ar-rlSunday. Mrs. Ella Vance, wlfo of Wilbur Vance, of Concord, died of childbirth Friday night. Mrs. Vance was only 20 years old. Lieut. Gilmorc Keown, of Camp Taylor, spent a few days at home this week, with' his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Keown. vo I Ohio f t County Motor Co. HARTFORD, KY. jof Deputy Circuit Court Clerk, Ad. at Camp Taylor. Howard, havo been made corporals This is quick promotion for theso boys, as they went to Camp Taylor with the last draft. Leach Is a nephew of Mrs. M. L. They will enter tho training school Heavrln, of this city. officers", for and will try for higher honors. E. P. Barnes & Bro., of Beaver Dam, Carson & Co., Fair & Co., and Ledward Park, a colored boy who The Hub Clothing Co., of Hartford, works at the Commercial Hotel, was being some of the regular patrons tried in Judge Cook's court" Monday of our advertising columns, we would on a charge of taking without percall our readers special attention to mission of tho owner, Alex Curtis; car their several ads in this issue. from tho garage and taking somo friends on a joy ride. The court A number of Hartford's young la- thought the offense not serious dies deserve much credit for institut- enough for punishment and dismissing tho Tea Room to raise funds for ed the boy from custody. : the Red Cross. The enterprise has netted a tidy little sum for that purCULTIVATORS AND PLOWS. pose. It is a regular Saturday afternoon and evening, entertainment 14 and 5 tootfi Cultivators, Double and should have a liberal patronage. Shovel Plows, Vulcan New Ground and Turning Plows, No. 12 Blue Bird Auburn TIchenor, son of Mr. L. B. Plows. TIchenor, and Troy Howard, brother 47t4 . W. E. ELLIS & BRO. A. C. Acton, Manager Crepe De Chine dressos $13.50 to $20. If you desire to save time and worry in hot weather see our money. ready-to-wear department, and remember that it pays to trade with a house that saves you Mellon Leach, of Owensboro, has Judge Cook has called tho Fiscal court to meet in special session June passed an examination at Rochester, 7, to consider road work and any N. Y., in aerophotography, and will other matter that may come before be sent to Fort Sill, Oklahoma, In charge of a detachment of men. Mr. It. JSkg&Cfcx --V (The Hartford Republican MAY 11. Eastman Kodaks and Films, nt J. Tnppan'a 4St4 FRIDAY ill M., H. & E. It. R. TfMB TABLB. iouth Bound, No. 115 Mr. Jasper Leach, nt Beaver Dam, 9:06 a. m. Due at Hartford Houto 3, was a caller at this office Forth Bound, No. 114 ...,.6.45 p. m. Tuesday. Due at Hartford (Both "Mixed" Trnlni.) Mr. and Mrs. John C. BIloy and ( Our old frind Dr. Hale, of Fords vllle, was hero on legal business last week end. Misses Lurene Collins and Louise Mrs. A. C. Foster, of Owensboro, Phipps have returned to school at and Mrs. R. L. Foster, of Danville, Bowling Green, after a visit with are visitors with Mrs. Isaac Fos.ter their parents here. this week. Tho husbands of the visitors are physicians, nnd are brothStoy White and Clyde Davis, of ers of Mr. Foster. Horse Branch, have enlisted in the Uncle Bob Hlckey, of Route 7, gave United States navy, and will go as a dinner Sunday in honor of his son seamen of the second class. Otis who left for Camp Taylor, WedNearly a hundred guests Mr. Wayne Stovens who went to nesday. Battle Creek, Michigan, recently to shared in the feast. take treatment In a sanitarium, for diabetes, Is reported much improved. Mrs. Pearl Yeiser, who recently resigned her position with the CumMr. Harold Holbrook, .who is en berland Tclephono & Telegraph Co.. gaged in oil development In Lee coun- has gono to Akron, Ohio, where she ty, is at homo for a visit with, his par- has accepted employment. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Howan Holbrook. Prof, H. T. Leach who has been As an inducement to sell ice hooks teaching in Oklahoma for the past will sell books at 5 per cent discount; three years is in to spend tho summer a $2.00 book for $1.90. with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jasper ELIS ICE COMPANY, Leach, near Beaver Dam. Hartford, Ky. Personal News and Social Events. Hay for Sale. U. S. Carson. Editor John H. Thomas, Owensboro yesterday. was in Don't overlook the ad of Levys, of Owensboro, In this number. Mr. Buck Allen, of Fordsvllle, was among our visitors Tuesday. Miss Kathlyn Turner Is visiting friends, in OweiiBboro this week. ' See the ad of the Ohio County tor Co. In Mo- othor coulmns of this Issue. Sheriff S. A. Bratcher and Bill Midkiff were in Owensboro Monday. Miss Martha Pato Is islttngtMrs. Guy Statcler at Nashville, Tenn., this week. Mr. Louis Gray Brown, of Harris-burArk., is visiting relatives In the county. g, See Gerard's Four Years In Germany, at the Stftr Theater .next month. Mr. Claudo Fralzo and Miss Cova Evans, of Fordsvllle, were married Sunday. Mr. Bill Otto, of Roslne, spent Tuesday night with Jailer Worth TIchenor. Miss Gladys Bennett has accepted a position as operator at the Homo . Exchange. Dr. I. D. Cosby and family, of Hawesvlllo, will' move to Henderson. Dr. Cosby was located at Narrows for a short time a few years ago. v Gerard was for four years Ameri of Island, has tho Navy, and will go as can Embassador to Germany. He enlisted in in Owensboro. a second class seaman. Ho has been was intimate with the Kaiser, and sent to tho recruiting headquarters familiar with the German court. See Mrs. Frank Duncan, of Barretts at Louisville. his great play at the Star Theater In Ferry, had her hip broken by a fall June. a few days ago. Mr. Harry Glenn, who has a po Miss Lulene Bennett, who remain sition with a manufacturing concern Glenn Tlnsloy, left for Decatur, in Findlay, Ohio, arrived homo Wed- ed here to complete her course in Ala., yesterday, whero ho expects to nesday, for a two weeks visit, with high school, after her father and family, S. E. Bennett, moved to Deremain until fall. relatives. catur, Ala., left yesterday for her Mrs. Otto Martin and children reTho ice wagon will be in front of new home. turned Monday from a visit with rel- your door every morning. You will Mrs. J. W. O'Banon, who has been atives at Cromwell. save our time and be sure of getting ico by meeting the wagon promptly. visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Duke for the past several days will leave here Harve Marlow and Miss Tholma 40t4. Ellis Ice Co. Cooper, of Fordsvllle, wore married for Guthrie Sunday, where she will in Owensboro last week. Rev. Walter Creep, local editor of remain a few days before returning tho Hartford Herald, preached at tho to her homo in Owenton. Miss Noka Flener, of Beaver Dam, New Baymus Christian church, near Mrs. Charlie Turner, who recently was the guest of Miss Maurlne Mar- Narrows, Saturday night and resigned as operator at the Home tin the first of the week. Telephone Exchange, will visit rel Miss Elizabeth Davidson, who has Lieut. J. I. Hoover, of Owensboro, atives in tho county for some time, been attending school at Lexington, formerly of Frledaland in this .county, after which she will go to Crescent will arrive home Saturday. who is in tho medical service of City, Florida, to make her home Undo Sam's army, has arrived safely there. Hev. D. Edgar Allen, pastor of the in Franco. Judge J. W. Henson, candidate for Beaver Dam Baptist church was a County Clerk Claudo Blankenshlp the Demooratlc nomination for Judge caller at this olllco Tuesday. plowed all day Tuesday for his of tho Appollato court, was mixing Mr. Chester Leach, with the faithful here Friday. We Mrs. Hottlo Howard, or this place, brothor-in-lais visiting her niece, Mrs.' Hattio who has been sick for several months. aro still for Settle Settle is a candidate for a third term, and would be Glenn Cundiff, of Hammond, Ind. This is tho truth. easier beaten. Carl Bennett, son of Mr. Sam BenMiss Mary Bean, who has been sufThis company has employed Mr. fering for several weeks of blood nett, of Narrows, enlisted for tho poisoning, is able to bo out again. Coast Artlllory service, and left here Wm. G. Pflelderer, of Louisville, as Saturday for Ft, Adams, It. L, whero Its chief prescription druggist. Mr. Pflelderer has had 27 years experiMr. Rouscau Shields, of Crom- ho will go into training. ence In tho drug trado, nnd comes well, gave threo boys to Uncle Sam Wo have just oponed up a fresh highly recommended as to" his honeswith tho draft quota Wednesday. shipment of Nunnally's fresh Choco- ty, sobriety and olllcloncy. We Invito nnd other high your patronage. Mr. Tom Likens and family were lates and OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. tho guests of Mr. Likens' sister, Mrs. grade candles. None better. Our (Incorporated.) Bernio Felix, in Owensboro, Monday lino is complete. Ploaso call. OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. and Tuesday. (Incorporated.) We have an occasional complaint from the subscriber that ho had Lee, arrested at New RenElbert Misses Winnie and Muriel Wilson, jpaid a sum larger than ho had been der a fow days ago on a multitudo of charges, was released on bond Tues- dnughters of Mr. Joo Wilson, were credited with, at some prior time. day afternoon. examined recently for certificates to There Is no Just excuse for the patron teach, each made tho samo grndo, not knowing how his account stands. The Misses Wilson wero A statement appears on the yellow Mr. nnd Mrs. Winstoad Cundiff, 92 of Hommond, Ind., wero the recip- both offered positions In graded address slip on his paper every week. ients of n visit by tho "stork" shools, hut wero already under con- If an orror occurs call our attention tract to teach In tho common schools. to it at the time. last Sunday. Its a fine now boy. Mr. Leo Sinimerman spent Tuesday Fred M. Yeiser, ;$$$S$$$S$9S$$ PHOENIX SILK HOSE ALL COLORS $1.30 to $2.00. I Hub Clothing Co. $ -- .HARTFORD, KY. 3&QSSSTOS$9StroS( t ' A good assortment of 9x12 Rugs, from cheap to good quality, somo mighty pretty patterns, A nice assortment of Kitchen Cabinets, Iron Beds, Rockers, Tables. ' Davenettes, Mattresses, Dining Chairs, and-Dinin- Bon-Bon- s, Coal Oil Stoves, the best made. .Good assortment we can please you of Ranges. quality. If you purchase as much in any of the above in price and lines as $25 or more we will pay railroad faro for one person for a dlstanco of 25 miles. Send cash with orders. Come to sco our stock, we think F0RDSVILLE PLANING MILL CO., (Incorporated) 1. Jake Wilson, Mgr. FORDSV1LLE, KY. v tWi ' i HOLD THE BATTLE LENEEN FRANC IT, Now For the Big War Savings WILL YOU TAKE OUR otamp unve, June Feed the American Army Save the ' ia to June & GERMINAL REMEDY A Wheat Flour THE PATRIOTIC PLEDGE Ky., -- 1918. persons living at ray home. I have on hand I havo a family of of wheat flour. I aprce that In ray homo wo win not use more pounds than 8lx pounds of wheat products in thirty days for each person, Including flour, crackers, Victory hread, macaroni, etc., until tho next harvest comes In .Aucust. I agree to hold nt ray homo all wheat flour which I have on hand over n thirty days' rfunply for my family on tho ration of six pounds per month per person, and to dispose of such surplus as tho United States Food Administration may direct In tho Interest of National Safety. If my surplus Hour is given to tho Government, I am to bo paid what It cost me. I mal.j and sign this pledgo as an American citizen to aid in tho winning of tho war. P. O. Address Cut out tho above pledge. Fill in tho blanks. Sign your name and address and mall to your County Food Administrator at once. Wheat! Wheat!! Wheat!!! This is the great national necessity at the present time. It Is needed for the immense armies we nro sending abroad at tho present time. It Is needed for the Allied armies who are so gloriously holding the Battle Line In Western Franco until the Americans can get "on the job" and drive the German Hordes back across the Rhine. It is wheat flour that is so badly needed for bread stuffs over there. It is wheat flour that tho American Government must have and our American Patriots at home must provide it by savings in the homes. There is no other sourco of supply until the next harvest. Thus duty calls us to our part In tho war. Knowing that all loyal citizens are glad and willing to conform their households to the six pound ration until tho new havest, but knowing also that we and perhaps not averse have somo among us who are disloyal and to seeing sacrificed tho splendid brave youth of tho nation who aro going from our homes to fight for our freedom, the Government Is protecting our loyal citizens against those disloyal In meeting this call for tho saving of wheat flour. There is on the Statuto Books a law against Hoarding under which thoso who hold an unreasonable amount of Hour are being prosecuted by the Department of Justice In tho Federal Courts. The penalty for convicted hoarders is a lino not to exceed ?5,000, and imprisonment not to exceed two years, . Q , i,vir, v or both. f .!.. ..;! The Food Administration has determined the amount of wheat that Is available from now until harvest for the American people. It has determined that a reasonable uso must not exceed six pounds per month per person and has stated that it is unreasonable in this emergency to havo on hand mora than a thirty days supply on this ration for our householders. Any person who has on hand more than this amount Is liable to prosecution as a hoarder of flour under the law on orders from the Food Administration. The procedure is by indictment in the Federal Court. Recognizing, however, that many patriotic persons, following practices formerly considered legitimate nnd usual, have laid in larger quantities of flour than In this time of National Emergency Is considered reasonable and right, and that many of these persons acted In so doing from proper motives, tho Food Administration in the interest of fairness and justice, now offers to those jJtizens who have thus acted in good faith, the opportunity of showing their 'patriotism and insuring themselves against the notoriety and penalties that would result from prosecution. No person in Kentucky, therefore, who makes and files with their County Food Administrator the statement disclosed In the Pledge at the head of this article and holds his surplus flour for the Government, agreeing to turn it over if it is needed, will be prosecuted by the Government for hoarding flour. The Food Administration will not call for your surplus unless it Is necessary, and when it does call, will leave you your thirty days' supply, but it must know where the fiO'ir'sandlt must have your promise to turn It over as a a n measure of National Safety, '"Hwwara-- r .&.,. In somo Kentucky counties, owing to shortage of supply, It has already been found necessary to direct that excess holdings be marketed, but it is only In cases of emergency that such action is contemplated. When this call comes to you think of the needs of our soldiers, the brave toys who light our battle for freedom, for the safety of our homes from the menace of the Huns. Don't let anyone say you aro a slacker because you have not offered your surplus to tho Government In time of need. Every pound of flour now counts in this time of trouble. Remember also that the Influence of your offer on other citizens not so patriotically inclined, may save the lives of many brave boys from your own home town. Make your sacrifice for them and inscribe your name in this pledge on your Country's Roll of Honor! FRED M. SACKETT, Federal Food Administrator for Kentucky. , , r j Stato Headquarters of the War Pavings Commltteo In Kentucky Is very feusy theso days preparing for tho big June drivo for pledging tho State's quota, Dr what remains of It on Juno 24 next, when tho drivo starts. Tho plans for the drivo were outlined at a meeting of county chalrmon with members of tho National Commlttco nt Lexington on Friday of last week, and tho hundred county chairmen In nttcudanco upon the meeting wcro shown how easily tho plans can bo carried Into offect In tho Stato of Kentucky. Tho genoral outline has boon, fitted to tho campaign In Kentucky, and printed forms nro being rushed through In order to get them In tho hands of county chairmen as speedily as possible. The wholo thing 'depends upon organization in tho Bcvcrnl counties of the State, and tho countlea represented nt tho Lexington meeting and those whoso chairmen wcro unavoidably absent on that occasion wcro plodged to tho National Commlttco to make whatover organization is essential to the success of the Nebraska plan. Kather than to dovoto every week of tho remaining months of tho year 1918 to tho work of tho War Savings campaign, it was determined 'to mnko ono big drive, Juno 24 to Juno 28 next, closing on National War Savings Dny, during which time tho rest of Kentucky's quota, that not already secured, will bo pledged by its citizens, to be purchased during tho six months following. This drivo will not be for salos of stamps, but for pledges. When it is over, and Kentucky's quota has been pledged by her loyal citizens, tho rest of tho year will bo mcro "follow up" to seo that tho War Stamps aro purcliased as tho months pass, to tho end that when December 31 comes wo can wlru Chairman Vnnderllp, of tho National Commlttco, and our own Federal Director J. D. Lyon, that Kentucky has met her obligation as alio always has dono In tho past, nnd this best Government security. The War Savings activity In Kentucky stood asldo recently and helped "put over" tho Third Liberty Loan campaign. Its organization has done its part in tho other war activities of the year, and our county chairmen can now call upon those loyal men and women for assistance In our big Juno drivo. Already scores of persons who havo been engaged In tho other activities havo tendered their services to county chairmen for this drive, nnd In every instance their tender of service has been accepted. We should ndd every volunteer to tho ranks of campaigners for the June drive. The plan of winding up tho big campaign with a public meeting In every schoolhousc In Kentucky in the afternoon of Juno 2S, which Is to be proclaimed National War Savings Day by President Wilson, by Governor Stnnley and by tno Mayor or every city, town and hamlet in tho State, and at a time when all of the other States of tho Union aro holding such meetings, is n splendid one. Tho entire country will take an hour o!T on this day to pledge Itself to Thrift and War Savings. Men and women of tho entire country aro not Invited to attend, but aro to be told that they are expected to lo there to participate in the meeting of their community. The meetings nro not to be adjourned until each community in each State of the Nation has pledged Its quota, which will bo announced In advance of tho meeting. In order to start off each meeting In the Stato of Kentucky with the proper enthusiasm the four days preceding the holding of the meeting will bo devoted " "" '.zauon '" cacn cnooi district to securing in nilvonco or tho meet. Ing tho pledges of as tnaiiv of the nonnlp of p.irh rnmnmnltv na ran hn wn In . . ... .. - .. l.n iiuiucu !.,. muse .pledging in advance oi me meeting win ' mat llml.n.I iiiuu. jI ruioru 01 .1 De read at tne meeting to show that they have already signed up to savo and serve their country. A record also will be kept of those of each community ' who do not answer present when the community roll Is called. Our Undo Sam j wants to know If there are any In the community who are not in sympathy t with him as well as he wants to know the names of those who answor the call ' of the President on that great' June day d itaSMGTONjf iSfflHrm3 w i ilffTEL brAMERicAM IDEALS i Treatment KZk&SMnSs imnM j for WEAK LUNGS or CONSUMPTION' In a city where cooil hotel bound, the Powhatan Ixsds the lilt. It It first In countrymen. theheartt of It A quick rellcl for thai tired, rundoun fecllnc. coughs, pains In chest, nlcjit sweat', hemor tliacri, woaU luncs or consumption. II It doe no) betp you It coils you nothing. C FOR ONE MONTH OHIO MEDICAL CO. tuS,.T DR. . The Towliatart is refined, exclusive, ami restful. It excellent location on Pennsylvania Avenue, 18th ami II Street!, maVet it a desirable headquarter! lor bridal couples, touriit parties, contention!, School! and college!. , The l'owhatan attracts the people of culture and education. Ill proximity to State, War and Navv Departments, alio to man? point! of historical interest, makei this hotel ciixcially attractive to a discrir.tnating- - public. The Powhatan offers rooms with detached bath at JI.SO. $2.00 and up. Rooms with pit. vatc bath, J.SO. JJ.00 and up. 'Write for booklet with rap CLIFFORD M LEWIS- - J. H.THORPE And Fitting of Glasses OWENSBORO. KY. El E, EA R, THRO A T, NOSE Mnsonlo Tomplo SftftH&tf, nl nlleuuiiUirorito lit wv j TRADC-MAnpromjtlj t.MliiI In VtU!lll PATENTS our THAT PA"L it nt, anilijelp yuu to u.t-rtwntlirodel. huUicr slttich for rncc report on tinii)iui. to .furs' rrertlce. sun. PASSING mrtr'CNCCS. rcrfreeunu. ikhi on rromablo rntent. rlt to B03-00- Qovonth Btroat, nH9MINOTON, E. C Q p Mitu;er IE il) '!,;.; ffil NEW UNDER ANY THE SEWINC MACHVNB OF quality: , Used 40 Years "a NOT SOLD 1 -1 OTHER NAME. HOME CARDUI Thp have n llfo asset nt the price you pay, rind will not have nn endless chain of repairs. WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. If you purchase the Jf I'.W HOMK you will Unman'e Tnnln It Sold Everywhere f to-va- ,1 Not a Child's Movement. The War Savings movement Is not a child's movement. It would bo a capitalist movement If Uncle Sam had not put tho limit at J1.000. If you do not buy your quota of War Savings btamps you really have no right to complain if men with lage amounts of moey are GIyen the preference in ah sorbing issues of Government securi ties in the future. v. s. s. Harrodsburg Schools Busy. Harrodsburg, Ky., May 14, 1918. Mr. J. B. Drown, Louisville, Ky. Dear Sir: We have organized War Savings Societies in our school with the following names, and the amounts opposite their names have been contributed through W. S. S. and Liberty Bonds: Pershing W. S. S $ 310.00 Ganfleld W. S. S 3C7.S0 Alex. Hamilton W. S. S. 844.25 Robert Morris W. S. S.. Sammy Savers W. S. S. C70.50 Buddy Boosters W. S. S. 432.75 Liberty W. S. S 1,464.50 Over-the-To- p ' Quality We must have your nclp, Mr. Considered Banker. We havo not hesitated to it Is the ask you to spend tho bank's money to assist the advertising campaign. Cheapest We are asking now more than that. b the end We need your personal, active help. to buy. We want you to direct every one of your employes to urge constantly the If you want a sowing machine, wrlto for sale of War Stamps. Good Invest- our latest catalogue before you imrclin.se. ment as they are, the stamps will not The New Home Sening Machine Co., Orange, Mass." sell themselves. Your tellers have dally opportunity to urge the sale of the-- stamps. In a great many Instances it will take only a suggestion from them to get your customers to put some of their money Into stamps. w. S. S. Fleming Going Well. "Sales In Fleming county have passed tho ?100,000 mark," writes J. W. Heflin, chairman or War Savings Committee for this county. w. S. S. LiLjyjiiiiJ MB P0PULAE1HECHANICS .MAGAZINE 300ABTICLES-300ILIUSTRATI0H3 Woodrow Wilson Abraham Lincoln Betsy Ross W. S. Geo. Washington W. S. S. . W. S. S. W. S. S S. . . . W. S. S ... 1C1.25 245.75 111.40 or.o rnl.i 7c 230.25 ...... May 17th, 1918. Says the Idaho Fanner: "Tho bread ration of the allied soldiers now facing the fearful onslaughts of German guns and gas has been reduced. Why? Because they haven't enough to go around. They haven't enough wheat to make their war bread out of. What are wo going to do about it?" Save Food. "It Is the War." In Franco fifty per cent of tho total energy of tho people is said to go Into military effort. Hardships, hunger, sorrow all suffering is excused with tho explanation. "It Is tho war." This is tho kind of bplrlt needed In every American home. Sae Hood. . Put Every Acre to Work. In an editorial reviewing handicaps and hardships of the past, Michigan Duslness Farming has this to say ubout the future: "Tho time for finds ing fault with things, which for perhaps more cogent than wo can realize can not be changed for tho timo being at least, has passed. Now that tho planting season Is near and the fanner must soon decide upon his acreage, let us havo done with fruitless complaining, put our hands to the plow and do OUR part In winning tho war. Never let it ho said that a roldlcr suffering hunger or that Ilclglum dlud from a child In far-of- f starvation becuueo you failed In this great hour of need to grow tho uilto of food which might havo nourished them." rea-don- Total J5.32G.65 Wo desire charters for these and would appreciate the State Bulletin for each room, with any other literature to help boost the proposition. Yours for winning the war, Canada Reduces Wheat Consumption. Harrodsburg Public School. Homo consumption of wheat in CanBy J. G. Prather, Supt. ada is now being reduced about 50 per W. 8. S. cent to make possible an increase in What Your Country Expects. wheat exports. Save Food. Your country is counting on you to Be More Efficient Than the Enemy. furnish the sinews of war In this, the "Tho only way to win tho war," Pro- mightiest tontest that the world has gressive Farmer believes, "is for us to ever known. It is counting on your bo more efflcient than the enemy. If efficient, ours must thonoy, your labor, and your spirit of tho Hun soldier is If World wars can not bo bo made more efficient. the German farmer Is efflcient In feed- won by talk alone, and they can not ing nnd clothing tho German army, the bo won by resources unless thoso reAmerican farmer must prtfvo hlmsoll sources nro so directed that they count more clllcleut." In the actual prosecution of the war. -Save Food. America, as wo all know, is the richU. S. Cornmeal Output Doubled. est nation in tho world. It has the A canvass of tho whole country by most money, the roost factories and the Food Administration sho(ws that the most natural resources. But the milling output of cornmeal I money will not do us any good In the actual the Increased from 3,000,000 barrels in Oc- war unless It Is mobilized for the use tober to nearly G.000,000 barrels for Df tho Government. March. During the past 18 months, This Is why tho War Savings Stamp tho output of corn flour has increased campaign was devised by the Governper cent. 500 ment. It gives every man, every worn-u- x --. Save Food. and every child nn opportunity to No Sacrifice, Just a Change. do something for the country thoy Tho program of food conservation la lovo. You do not have to bo a millionthe United States leads Missouri Rural-1s- t aire and buy a lot of bonds. Your cents for a Thrift to say: "We Americnnshave not Your twenty-fivyet been asked for any real sacrifice. Stamp or your $1.10 for a War Savings Our meatless day and wheatless meali Stamp will help your country and help are merely a matter of changing th It now. And tho fact that you did substituting one food fot without something to get the money to another and aro nothing compared purchaso this stamp will help oven with tho rations imposed on tho Eng- nioio, for tho country can not got its lish people and tho voluntary rationr war work done if tho factories aro busy ministering to your pleasure Wkcd of tho Canadians." e What Am I Doing? yourself this question: "What Ask am I doing toward helping my country win tho war?" If you are not doing something don't you think you are a very lukewarm American? Tho Government doesn't ask very much of you. It merely asks you to do without unnecessary things and invest your money saved thereby In securities. You can buy War Savings Stamps and assist the nation. Remember that every time you buy a War Savings Stamp, which Is redeemable in gold In 1923, you are firing a shot at Berlin. w. s. s. How About It, Mr. Banker? Tho bankers of Kentucky do not yet fully realize tho Importance of the War Savings campaign as part of tho much greater campaign to defeat tho Huns of Europe. It Is not tho primary purpose of tho War Savings campaign to got two billion dollars for tho Government, important as that Is. Our primary purpose Is to give direction to the tremendous, but scattered energy of Mr. Avorago American. Every twonty-flv- e cent piece put Into a Thrift Stump, every four dollars and fifteen cents put Into a War Savings Stamp is just that much more energy released for the blow our Government is striking. Of all people In this country, bankers ought to be the first to seo this, and to appreciate also the great and valuable lesson of thrift which will be driven deep into tho minds of tho present and rising generation If the War Savings campaign really succeeds. Many of tho banks in Kentucky are not yet activoly interested In tho War Savings movement. A great many of them, lnded, havo tho stamps on salo. Nearly all of them havo displayed our posters. But there for tho most part effort ceases. of the World's Pronr&fl in KnCineerinir.Mecliiir.ica and Invention. Fori ana ah me jt appeals to an ciassci uia ami x oung- - .Men ana vt omen. tut r e,vonio:utRxiri9 m inouBaiKMor ttni throughout tko worM. Our r orrljm TaTEKP Informed GUARANTEED SERVICE One hundred per cent value. Special work for W. o. w. W. r. STEVENS, E. T. D. 7. " Hartford, Ky. Representing Continental Marble & Granite Co. 1'aftn, contain. The thop Not Dpartmnt Ut rracucai uinta ror buop uoric ana ajr war-layman to do thine around the Home. Amataur Machanlca 17 for the Ikyi and iimiwiioiiKeiomaapininireitiiai)owinmaenirf lraa Tdvurinh Outfit. Knelti. Hoatn. Know If ..J i Lku and uvns urrnj. imtii i....la.. ..a. IU.SjI... a uiiiiiiiirt artv. wu ttaiusi uructlonjforthMechaaiicCameraodbiruman iu SINGLE COPIES. lScl. YEAR Sl.SO PER psjsHlifcJB U r ffrw at eJirtM Sample) copy will be nt on request. 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MMMererr month, IncluUInf refrlf erators, poultry house, furniture, automobile shop repairs, ate. .fortJKvInf t I. Jl.11 BfMMujn,lrln lnentIon H pnocuncoAriDDCrENDCD..";nJU"i".l .Montniy for 300 Article 300 Picture onlrUeont. AH Us wr MM tad In electricity Jlustntst iHrrrlvilM U'atkinglon lain tim,1 monry an J cjien iirrfaimi, Meat and tafrlngtmint Practice Excluslvtly. i kiur come to us at tl;tUl Stmt, aaar CnlU4 Statu fatant 0fl, I WASHINGTON. O. C. v- - UlewrUtiUpUln EaUSfsaeaaa4 kra -- opy sj.DU 15 Cent lew Get It from e newsdealer ropolai Science uonroir, M. ? tKtlt " rmmu TeietaeeiTliyeHreaSBa.sij Ui sK4 Tjnlr".d,r,S saa suatise tab , D OSITIO'N If you take tho Drnngboii IValulnc. tho trumiriK that lmilnebfi men IMorne. Yon cim take It at college or hi uuul. Wrlto tu.itan DUH'UIlO.N'S I'BAVTIUli 11USI.SIS IMLUIB I'aducali, Kjr, fc GOOD H Secured or Your Money Back Call on The Republic Jfob (or Fine rriatlm. V Farm Department Wnlcli Slock For Fly Injury. To provent fly pests of llvo Block from causing HorlotiH Injury, tho stock shoulillio cnrcfutly watched and when tho presonco of mnRRots la discovered In wounds or In soiled wool, appropriate remedy should ho applied. Chloroform Is tho hest remedy to kill maggots In wounds. As tho wound la cleansed, somo effective fly repellent such as plno tar should he smeared over tho would and nhout Its edges. Now Orleans to Ponsa-col- a. Operating tho vats aro 1.CG5 Fcdoral, State, and county employees enough to placo a guard overy 300 feet along thnt harrier; enough, If armed with machine guns, to hold It against any ordinary attack. Thot Is tho United States army of Invasion In tick territory, tho army of extermination of tho cattlo fever tick. As n result this year's campaign, 100, 000 moro square miles of territory will bo freed from tho tick and nn almost Incalculable quantity of meat nnd milk added to tho nationTho cnmpalgn needs, al production. of every of course, tho person who owns cattlo In Infested territory. Thej-- are left only n very fow men who try to hold out against methods, nnd thoso fow nro rapidly realizing that they aro "slackers' and enemies to their country In a time of unprecedented stress nnd peril. origin or Musket WAR WEAPONS 0 NOTICE i 6F CHANGE IN PUBLIC ROAD First LW In JIM, During Selgo of Arras. (Ontario J. M Ex jiarto. Notice Is hereby given that on Mon-dPost.) Juno 3rd, 1918, tho undersigned army was formed Tho first standing will present-ttho Honorable Mack by Saul, 1093 D. C. Cook, Judge of tho Ohio County Tho catapult was invented by Court, a petition, In which said court 39D U. C. came fromt anclen will be asked to cause a change tobo Tho sword Egypt and was used throughout Pal- mndo In tho road In Ohio County, estine, Syria and Asia Minor, Indln Kentucky, now running from the nnd throughout tho western world. Cromwell and Roslno public road to It was in Egypt that tho throe shapes the Cromwell and Liberty Church of tho sword hlads originated, these public road, said change to ho tnado being tho straight, tho curved and tho as follows: Beginning at a point In tho old half curved. The Roman sword was There nro many advantages to bo larger than that of tho Greeks nnd'ln road at tho foot of hill on cast side gained when tho stock raisers of ono tho days of tho empire many of tho of J M. Taylor's farm; thence a community ralso tho samo breed. Hoe around said hill 32 poles sheathes were so coverel with pre tter prices may ho secured from tho lous stones ns to bo vcrtahlo art treas- back to said old road; thence with salo of n uniform product nnd ures. Among the Moslems tho high- said old road 48 poles to another hill; stock can bo secured 24 poles est title given to a warrior of renown thenco another semi-circl- e near homo. Is "tho sword of Allah." Tho Chinese around said hill to tho said old road; made swords of Iron as early as 1S79 thenco with said road 12 poles to a Only 1 V.ftK I" KX' Damages. ditch in said road; thenco through D. C. An eggshell Is not qullo tho most Bullets of stone were used In 1514, J. M. Taylor's land, 40 poles on the fragllo thing In tho world workers while bombs camo Into general use In side ot tho present roadbed; thence mm in laboratories know of a few things 1G34. Bomb vessels hnd their origin with old road 12 poles to J. H. Plum-mer- 's fragllo but It is tho most more $100 Reward, $100 land, another hill, thence a In Franco In 1GS1. Fircshlps first fragllo thing with which tho nverago The readers of this paper will be appeared In o around said hill, SS poles tho early part of the Sixthere Is at individual has to deal. To transport pleased to learn that that Eclenco least back to said old road; thenco with has teenth Century. ono dreaded disease a hundred eggs a distance of 1,200 been able to cure In all Its stapes and said old road 12 poles to the foot of Brass Artillery In lOiW. Catarrh miles In a freight car and to have tho that Is catarrh,constitutionalbeing greatly conditions Influenced by use of cannon dates back to another hill; thence another semiTho sholls of 99 of them perfectly Intact requires constitutional treatment. Hall's the year 1338. Artillery construct- circle, GO poles around said hill back Catarrh Medicine Is taken Internally and of tho journey Is at tho end 'acts thru the IJIood on the Mucous Sur- ed of brass first appeared In 1635. to said old road; thence through Yet the United face of tho System thereby destroying of an achlovoiupnt. the disease, giving tho Among the curiosities of artillery odd Harvey Plummer's land with old road tho foundation States Department of Agriculture has patient strengthofby building up the con- Inventions have a great placo. Can- 4S poles; thenco to another hill; doing its nnd dono a little better than that. In a stitutionTho assisting nature in so much non havo been made of tho most un- thence around said hill 20 poles back proprietors have work. covering a period of fnlth In the curative powers of Hall's fcerles of up said old offer One likely material Leather was used ns to snld old road; thence two years. In which tho nverago haul Catarrh Medicineforthat they thnt It fails any case Hundred Dollars early as Henry VIII's day, at the slego road 114 poles to Jim Sanderfur's testimonials. was 1,200 miles, tho total damage, to cure. Fend for llt of & CO.. Toledo Address P. J. CIIKNCY of Boulogono. The Scotch used leath- land, nt the foot of a hill; thence including "checks," "dents" and Ohio. Sold by all Druggist, "5c. er guns In 1G40 to batter Lord Con- around said hill 5 poles on Sander-fur'- s "leakers," was less than 1 per cent. m land nnd 14 poles on Jim Sorway's fortifications at Nowbourne. In If shippers of eggs In carload or An old negro, riding on tho trnln, a toml! on tho Island of Chlnal, near rels' land to tho old road bed; thenco less than carload lots will study nnd fell asleep with his mouth wide open. Usumaclnta, Mexico, was found a" can with the old road bed to the end apply tho methods of the Department A mlschlovous drummer came nlong on four feet cloven Inches long, of thereof. of Agriculture In packing and hauling nnd having a convenient capsula of Said Petition will request said cotta, with terra cotta bullets. ggs,n long step will bo laken townrd quinine In his pocket, uncorked It nnd terra suggested that when cortez re- court to make all orders and JudgIt Is conserving tho food supply. shifted tho hitter doso well into the tired after his great fight at Ceuta, ments and to grant all proper relief. old negroo's mouth at tho root of his Tobasco, tho natives copied the Span- 47t2 J. M. TALOR. How To Candle Kgg". tongue. Soon tho darkey awoke nnd ish guns In clay, hoping to produce H. U. PLUMMER. If you nro going to put away somo became much disturbed. Ho called J. H. PLUMMER. tho samo results. Artillery was first eggs for winter use as, for tho conductor and asked: summer-lai- d JAS. A. SANDERFUR. used In war by the Moors at Algeclr-a- s, of course, you are, It being both a pa"Boss, Is der a doctor on dls hero J. H. SORRELS. Spain In 1341. Cannon were first triotic and a personal duty you will train?" m used by the English, by direction of MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. need to cxcrrlso considerable caro "I don't know," said tho conduc- tho governor of Calais, In 1383. that only good eggs aro put. In the tor. "Aro you sick?" Iron bullets were first mentioned to Ohio Circuit Court. waterglass or llmowater contalnor. "Yes, suit, I sho' Is sick." tho Foedera In 1550. Muskets were F. L. Baker, PlalntlfT, egg Is likely to destroy sevOno bad vs. Notlco "Whnt Is tho matter with you?" first used In 1414, during tho siege of eral others, lly consistently gather "I dunno, suh, but It tastes like I Arras, while chain shot wasi device James Jones, Defendant. By virtue of a judgment and order ing the egg3 when they aro fresh, busted my gall." Exchange. of a Dutch admiral, De Witt, In 1G66. of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court renmost of the danger of storing had The bayonet was invented In Bay- - dered at its May term, 1918, in the vgga is avoided, but since It Is necesabove styled action, for the purpose onne, France, in 1C70. sary to hold the eggs until a sufilclent of paying the judgment of the plain were first employed by the tiff herein, amounting to $76.00, with FLETCHER'S Pistols FOR number is. accumulated to fill the conBritish cavalry in 1544. Tho revolv- Interest thereon at tho rate of 6 por rJ tainer, and slncu somo eggs are Iming, chambered breech of the pistol cent per annum from Aug. IS, 1916, m perfect when they aro laid, candling, until paid, credited by $10.00 paid was patented by Colt In 1835. where It can bo done without too COSTA KICA DECLARES August 18, 1916, and tho futher sum Spain LVetl Muskets First. of ?75.00, with 6 per cent Interest YAK ON erXTKAIj POWERS much trouble nnd delay, might well Muskets supplanted the bow and thereon from August 18, 1916 until iTjo practiced. Tho United States Deamong the British soldiery In paid, and the further sum of $75.00, Snn Juan Del Sur, Nlcarauga, May arrow partment of Agrlcnlturo has Just isthereon from 1521. Spain was tho first nation to with 6 per cent interest paid, August 18, 1916, until sued a bulletin on "How to Candle 24. Tho Government of Costa Wca and the equip foot soldiers with muskets. payment of all the costs herein, inEggs." Tho text Is brief and direct has declared war on the Central PowLeaden bullets camo Into use short- cluding the cost of this sale, I will and Is illustrated with colored plates ers, according to advices received ly before the end of the sixteenth cen- offer for sale at public outcry to the showing tho way In which an egg here. highest and best bidder at the Court Tho declaration of war by Costa tury. .should appear boforo tho candle, toHouse door In Hartford, Kentucky, rifle was Invented about on Monday, Juno 3, 19,18, The Mlnlo at gether with tho various ways it Hlca on tho Central Powers brings by M. Mlnlo, of Vincennes. The about the hour ot one o'clock P. M., .should not appear. Tho bulletin was tho total number of nations aligned 1833 beginning with on a credit of 6 and 12 months, the written by Dr. M. E. Pennlngton.chlef against Germany up to a total of battering ram had Its Artemones, 441 B. C, while the first following described property, to wit: All of the Central Amerof the food research laboratory, as- twenty-onA tract ot land situated in Ohio sisted by M. K. Jenklns.bacterlologlst, ican States now have clearly defined army arranged in a regular line of County, Kentucky, hounded and des s. cribed as follows: Known as part and H. M. P. Uetts, artist. It should their attitude toward the war. Pan- battle was that of Palamedes of of the A. W. Beasley survey, begingreat use, not only to persons ama, Nlcarauga and Gutamala have be of at a small Palamedes is credited with devising ning dogwood, S. hickory, black oak putting away eggs for homo use, but, become belligerents. Honduras has and W. corner of said placing sentinels with Beasley survey in line ot John Fulrelations with the idea of s well, for all thoso who desire to severed diplomatic " camp. Tho watch- korson survey; thenco N. 83 W. establish or maintain a reputation for Germany, while San Salvador has re- pickets around a 892 feet to stone; E. paraldelivering eggs In perfect condition. mained neutral, explaining that this word as used by sentinels is supposed lel with tho aBeasley thence line 1071 South neutrality Is friendly to the United to havo been his conception also. survey; feet, corner of J. W. cavalrymen of an- thence in a southerlyDecker's 892 feet Tho most famous course Making Meat lly Dipping Ticks. States. tiquity were tho Parthlans. Their in- to a stone, S. E. corner in said BeasIn tho cnmpalgn to "holp tho naley 's survey; thence westwardly with meat and milk supply," a milTho following item from Boys' vasion of Judea, 40 B. C, resulted In the original lino to the beginning. tion's such terrible devastation of the coun- All lion and a quarter hoad of cattlo In Ltfo may be a matter of professional coal and mineral is excepted. Purchaser will bo required to exe 275 counties of tho Southorn States interest to somo agents when In doubt try that 100 years later tho terrors of nro making fortnightly pilgrimages ' as to classification of baggage to be the Parthian invasion gavo tho Apos- cute bond immediately after sale with tle John tho Idea for ono of his most approved security, bond to bo apchecked. proved by tho Commissioner. A Hen O00 of these vats In nctlvo oporntlon What Is tho dlffcrenco between nn vivid pictures. retained on said land as additional security. enough, if tho Huns were attempt elephant nnd a microbo? NOTICE OF PETITION. Given under my hand this the 14th Ono carries a trunk, nnd tho othor ing an invasion of America by way of day ot May, 1918. .tho Gulf, to mako a solid concrete tho grip. Otto C. MARTIN, voters of We, tho undersigned Master Commissioner. SmallhouB precinct, No. 17, will pe- 4Gt3 John B. Wilson, Attorney. tition tho Ohio county court at its s regular Juno, 191S, term, lo chango MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. tho voting placo ot said precinct from Ohio Circuit Court. Smallhous to Equality: G. G. Speor, Uanlcing Commission Addln-gtonRay Noah Wlthrow, J. er, Plaintiff. II. Adwdington, A. L. France, Clinvs. Notlco ton Igleheart, W. M. Addlngton, J. C. Emma Shroetor, et nl., Defendants. Jackson, C. C. Klmbley, J. L. Ad- of Dy virtue of a judgment and ordor salo directed to mo by the Ohio dlngton, W. T. Jackson, F. E. Jack- Circuit Court, nt Its May term, 1918, son, John Addlngton, H. D. Rowe, In tho ahovo styled action, for tho purpose ot of Says 65 year Old Kentucky Lady, Who Tells How She Was Relieved Finis Igleheart. S. E. Wlthrow, E. tho plaintiff paying tho judgomont dehoreln against tho Canfield, J. C. Igleheart, C. B. Ros3, fendants, in tho sum of $75.00, with After a Few Doses of Black-Drauga-L P. W. Brown, J. C. Stono, N. D. Interest thorcon nt tho rato of G por E. P. Addlngton, A. L. Wlth- cent por annum from the 19th day row, E. L. Wlthrow, G. W. Lambkin, of February, 1912, until paid, credlt-- d by 1913; J. R. Kittlnger, T. H. Mlllor. J. W. paid $10.00 paid Juno C, $5.00 $5.00 Meadorsvllle, Kjr. Mrs. Cyuthla doses .of- paid July 14, 1914; 8, 1914; $5.00 paid Seventy years of successful use hat Edmonson, J. F. Brown, A. Stafford, September Hlgglnbotham, of this town, says: "At W. T. Lawrence, Thomas Godsoy, H. Octobor 3, 1914, togother with all a P. Addlngton, H. L. Bolten, Jako tho cost horeln and tho cost of this my ago, which Is G5, tho liver does mado Thodford's, standard, household remedy. Evory Jackson, S. W. Allen, Vig Morton, V. salo, I will offer for sale at public not act so well as when young. A few r, outcry to tho highest nnd best membor, of every family, at tlmee, K. Addlngton, M. B. Balls, John Alat tho Court House door in Hartyears ago, my stomach was all out ot need the help can exander, D. E. Dennett, II. L. Brown, ford, Ky., on Monday, Juno 3rd, 1918, that fix. I was constipated, my liver glvo in cleansing the system and re- J. R. Huntor, J. T. Morton, W. C. at about tho hour of ono o'clock P. M., on a credit of threo and six didn't act. My digestion was had. and lieving tho troubles that como from Bullock, Ross Morton, Wilbur Faught, months, tho following described propWili V. L. Fulkorson, J. R. Jackson, erty, It took so llttlo to upset me. My' ap- constipation, indigestion, lazy liver, liam Balls, One floating studio and all tho J. W. McCormlck, J. W. petite was gone. I was very weak... etc. You cannot keep well unless your Jackson, T. II. Smith, J. W. Brown, appurtenances thereto belonging, or I decided I would glvo stomach, liver and bowels aro In good Harry J. Brown, E. L. Bullock, S. S. now beached on Hough Creek KenHough Itlver, near Hartford, Bishop, M. J. Fulkorson, F. W. Whlt-tako- r, tucky. a thorough trial as I knew It working order. Keep them that way. The puchasor will ho required to ltf W. Billings, John Rowo, F. was highly recommended for this Try It acts promptly, S. Tlchenor, O. II. Brown, C. D. Ross, executo bond Immediately after salo, trouble. I began taking it. I felt gently and in a natural way. Jf you with socurlty to bo approved by tho W. T. Wlthrow, J. H. Barnard, II. E. better after a fow doses. My appetite feel sluggish, take a dose tonight Addlngton, James Bullock, E. C. Commissioner. my Given under hand this tho 14th Improved and I became stronger. My You will feel fresh tomorrow, Price Jackson, J. W. Brown, Fred Boono, day of May, 1918. Otto C. MARTIN, bowels acted naturally and the least 25c. a package One coat Ray Faught, Teemus Brown, P. W. 4Ct3 Master Commissioner. Brown. was soon righted with a few All druggti' &roublo II. P. Taylor, Attorney. a, Dlo-nyslsoml-clrclseml-clrclsoiiH-thln- barrier from Ohio County Court. Taylor, ot al., vs. Notlco ot chango of road. 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Mr. Carl Dennett entertained a QUITS BETHEL BOARD number of young folks at the homo of hl3 parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Den nett, Friday evening. The guests Minister Leaves Trusteeship were: Misses Cecil nnd Paulino White, Hazel and Eula Woosley, Of Baptist ColOlivia Harrison nnd Messrs. Ilobert lege. . I Taylor, Stanley Phillips and Mr. and 'Mrs. Collls Shults. Messrs. Alva Petty nnd Arnold resignation of tho Ilcv. II. Wilson motored over to Owensboro The Uoycc Taylor, of Murray, Ky., ns a Thursday and returned Frldny. Mr. Griffin Klrby, of Owensboro, member of tbe Hoard of Trustees of llcthcl Uaptlst Collcgo nt Ilussoll-vill- e, spent the week end with friends here. was accepted by the board of NOTICE OP DISSOLUTION. directors of tho Haptlso Kducatlonal Society of Kentucky Tuesday night Equality, Ky., May 1st, 1D1S. nt n meeting of the board bold at tho Hotel Henry Waterson, Louisville. Notice of dissolution of Drentwood On learning of tho wholesale resig- Coal Company. Notlco Is hereby given that tho nations of members of tho faculty and trustees of the college, ponding bis Drentwood Coal Company, incorporresignation or removal, Uev. Taylor ated, is closing up its business and communicated with members of the will bo dissolved by consent of a maboard of directors of tho IJaptlst Ed- jority of Its stockholders on the 1st ucational Society and requested that dny of May, 19 IS. they present his resignation as a 47t4 DRENTWOOD COAL CO. Dy E. S. Handle, President. member of the board of trustees, to Leonard Handle, Secretary. take effect Immediately. Dr. Hardy L. Wlnburn, president of the society, at tho close of the meet1IUFOKI). ing, Issued the following statement: The Itev. Taylor's resignation as a Tho farmers of this community member of tho board of trustees of aro getting along nicely with their Ucthel Collego was accepted. This crops. Much tobacco Is being put action was taken In view of certain out. criticism of Mr. Taylor, who In volRev. R. E. Fuqua spent Monday untarily presenting his resignation, night with Mr. and Mrs.F. M. Hoov expressed tho earnest hope that un- er. der no conditions was ho willing for Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Hussey and Mr. bis name to even seem to bo detri- C. II. TIchenor motored over to Owmental to any vital Interest of his ensboro Saturday. people and bis state. Mr. Sterling Holbrook, of Akron, " Ohio, Is visiting relatives here and FALSK TKKTH WANTED Whltesville. OLD IP 11KOKKX DON'T MATTER Mr. and Mrs. Simon Wigglnton We pay up to 15 dollars per set. Also Gold, Silver and broken and two sons. Clay and Claude, cash for Old Mr. and Mrs. Jewelry. Check sent by return mall. Jeanette Wigglnton, Goods held 10 days for sender's ap- Ernest Wigglnton and daughters, Tooth proval of our offer. Mazer's son, Specialty, Dept. A, 2007 S. 5th St., Gertie and Margaret, and little 43tl5 spent Sunday with'relatives at Rum-sePhiladelphia, Pa. REV. BOYCE TAYLOR BIG GUNS OPEN UP ON PARIS Bombardment Resumed As Big Push Renewed On West Front. Paris, May 27. After a Ions interval the Germans again began to bombard Paris with long range guns nt 6: HO o'clock this morning The resumption of the bombardment was an unwelcome surprise to the Parisians, who' had not beard the sounds of exploding shells from the German "big Hertba" since May 1. There was no mistaking the peculiar "ping" with which tho shells hurst, however, nnd it was immediately recognized that the long rnnge was on again. The first shell was followed nt fairly regular Intervals, much as on tho occasions of previous bombardments, making It seem probable that more than one gun wns In action. It is significant that the long range bombardment of Paris, which bad been expected for a considerable interval, has been resumed just ns the Germans are renewing their offensive on the West. The bombardment was opened Saturday, March 23, almost coincident with the start of the great offensive in Plcardy. At least two of tho niommoth pieces were destroyed or badly damnged some tlmo ago by the French artillery, which adopted especial measures In conjunction with airplane observation, to reach them In their location just behind the westerly edge of the Alsne front, more than seventy miles from Paris. Early this month tho long range shelling was suddenly suspended, and on May 1C one of the German newspapers announced that two of the big pieces had been taken to the Krupp plant for repair work. Such huge guns, it was explained, "could not be Hred Indefinitely without timely repairs." Lib erty Bell I MUST Ring Again Not Not Not Not Not for the United States, for France, for England, for Belgium, for Italy, --- But for The World! Its welcome sound has been heralded across the sea. North, South, East and West on both continents have emulated its example. But still in this age when class distinction is rapidly disappearing from the earth, when liberty and brotherhood are the growing sentiments of free people,when , nations were banding together for a perpetual peace we are confronted with a powerful opposition to these lofty, principles. Self domination of the world has been conceived and undertaken by the world's autocracy under the leader" fcy&i&.to ship of the Kaiser of Germany, . itttuia.- -. y. BEAVEK DAM. The lectures of Private Suiter, of Doston, and Col. McCulloch, of Cleveland, Ohio, were enjoyed very much by the large crowd that attended the Red Cross Dally at the opera house, Friday evening. The Messrs. Thompson, of Horton donated a Duroc pig to the Red Cross, which was auctioned off twice. The total of both sales was $45. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Brown and son, of Herrln, 111., aro visiting Mrs. Harve Williams. r, The friends of Capt John L. who is at Camp Taylor.wlll be glad to know he has been promoted to the rank of Major. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Durgess, of Illinois, are visiting Mrs. Durgess' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dasil Taylor. Mrs. Ike Sandefur, of Detroit, Mich., visited Mr. and Mrs. Mason Taylor and family last week. Miss Ethel Williams, and her guest, Miss Doris Darrass, of Herrln, 111., visited Miss Agnes Williams, of Rob Roy last week. Mr. Harvy D. Plummer, of Camp Taylor, visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Plummer, and his sister, Mrs. Leo Drown last week. Mr. and Mrs. Thompson Williams have returned to their home in Herrln, 111., after a visit to relatives Lall-inge- Tiore. Miss Aleme Leach, who has been attending school In Franfort, has returned to her home. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Tllford aro receiving congratulations over tho birth of a daughter. Mr. Durgess Austin, who under went an operation for gall stono, at bis home last week, is Improving. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Williams, of Stone, Ky., are visiting Mrs. Williams' mother, Mrs. John Alford. NAICltOWS. Mr. J. II. Thomas and family, of Hartford, visited friends and relatives here Saturday night and Sunday. Dr. Carlisle Potty, is visiting relatives here. and Miss Mr. Stanley Phillips Eunlco Shults visited Mr. and Mrs. Ira Whlttlnghlll, near Pattlovlllo, Sunday. Miss Olivia Harrison returned to Owensboro Monday, after a visit with her mother, Mrs. Sallio Harrison, here. Mr. Vega Truman and Miss Edyth Muffett wero married at tho homo of tho bride's brother, Mr. Guy Muftett, at Heaver Dam. Miss Eunice Shults gavo a furewoll party Friday evening in honor of Messrs. Curl Dennett and Stanley Phillips, who will leave for army service at Canip Taylor, this week, Misses Eula Those present wore: Woosley, Eunice Sbultz, Olivia Harrison, Curl Bennett, Stanley Phillips and Mr. and Mrs. Collls Shults. Mr. Joo White, who Is onguged in tho saw mill and timber business nt White Plains, camo homo Saturday afternoon to visit his family. Miss Marguerlto Heufrow, who has Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Compton and Zella Westerfleld, of Whltesville, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Holbrook and family. Rev. R. E. Fuqua and Mr. and Mrs. LOAFERS BEWARE. Merit Kirk went to Llvla Monday. and Misses Winnie Westerfleld County Judge Mack Cook has reElsye Hoyles went to Pleasant Ridge ceived the following letter from Matt Tuesday. Sunday School at Jit. Carmel S. Cohen, commissioner of Agricuchurch Is progressing nicely with lture: The recent session of the legls; largo attendance. lature, prompted by the spirit of wis& dom and patriotism, enacted into law IN MEMORY. a measure known as "An Act to preIn tho Commonwealth E. D. Tlcbendr was born Oct. 11, vent idleness of Kentucky during the continuance 1841. He professed faith in'Chrlst United States at the age of nine years and joined of the war In which the Is now engaged and prescribing the West Point Baptist church, where civil and polico olllcers of his membership remained for some duties of the State." This measure is con years. He then moved to West pro17S of the Acts of vidence Daptlst church and continued tained in Chapter 1918, and in part, requires every there till three years ago when he d man within this Comunited with the Daptlst church In monwealth to work six hours per day his home town, McIIenry. His quiet hours per week and for earnest, christian life Inspired many or thirty-si- x people to better lives. When the failure to do so severe penalties are Juno Death Angel claimed him at ten prescribed and become effective police officers minutes past nine on tho morning of 17th, 191S. Civil and of March the fifth, 1918, his church are charged with the enforcement lost a faithful, consecrated member, this Act. Therefore, as Commissioner of Aghis children a loving and exemplary may father and his wife a devoted com- riculture, Labor and Statistics, enI plead with you for a most rigid panion. IrrespecHe was married to Miss Zelmar forcement of this measure. tive of race, creed or color, that an Dean Maddox Sept. 15, 1869, who foods was a true wife and devoted mother adequate supply of feeds and may bo produced, not alone for home till her death Feb. 1, 1909. To this do our part tounion were born four children, tho consumption, but to ward supplying sufficient necessities oldest little Vlda died April 22, 1870. AlThe other three, S. J. TIchenor, Mrs. for our own soldiers, sailors and lies. Estill TIchenor, of McIIenry, and y thore Is Before tho world Mrs. N. P. Drown, of Now Castlo, but ono Issuo and that tho dread Indiana, and seven grand children of survive him. On May 14, 1914 bo Issuo of war. And In the heart every patriotic citizen there should was married to Mrs. Nancy Stewart to know who also survives him. Weep not for bo but ono desire, and that where the path of duty lies, to the this loved one, for he is now with end that It may bo pursued. In contho loved ones gono on before. "Undo Dyo" as ho was known by tributing tho mlto of each to tho of his many friends, loved life and ex- higher good, In utter oblivion factional Intorest, selfish alms or pressed a desiro to live, but after realizing the Lord was calling him personal ambition. In this wnr for Civilization and homo he experienced an anxiety to depart and bo with Jesus. After a Christianity wo have dedicated freely, material lingering illness ho slipped easily not only tho unlimited wealth of tho land, but tho very pick and quietly into tho Great Deyond. young manHo realized that tho end was near and pride of tho Nation's and was ready and anxious for tho hood, proud in .the consciousness of Lord to como for him. According tho fact that to tho Conquoror's heol anglo-Saxo- n neck has never bowto bis request tho funeral sorviccs tho ed, coupled with tho solemn oath that wero conducted by Bro. A. L. Maddox and Bro. Z. Ferroll, from the it novor shall. Thus, to that end may I reiterate text of his own selection, "As for my most earnest desiro that you ems; me, I will behold thy face In ploy all powors at your command In a I shall bo satisfied whon I laud-abl- e thy likeness." Tho most rigid enforcement of this awako with measure. songs sung wore, "Rock of Ages," Very truly yours, "Shall Wo Gather at tho Rlvor," and MAT S. COHEN. "Asleep In Jesus." For C7 years hn served his Lord on earth, now ho Commissioner of Agriculture, Labor and Statistics. reigns with him above. Touderly wero laid to rest besido his remains tboso of his faithful companion under a mound of beautiful flowers. LEMON, KY BUSINESS UKlVERSfTY When tho Angel of Death camo be. ui Sacctsaor t WJba R. Snili Bulaesj Ulkit for Uncle Hyo, It seemed that where Builness, Short Hind, Type Writing and Telegraphy TM olJ and influnllal death abounded, grace also aboundColleen can do much for jonaW,aijndtowr.l ed, for his "earthly tabernacle" was Bfcurtnit ft high aalaruJ llaon,))lplouiairJcd taken down so gradually and tenderBpoclil Onurvo lor Jluiployment. ly that he qultely fell uslcop In Jesus. gra'iuatts. Jleuln anytime. How glorious is tho grace of God in PUPAimiKNT roil IJli;s,untertheanr. tulun of a J.vijr l'ria;lpil. lu Jul It unending ibl tho dying hour! Btfulon. Cd &1M&4 heme, l'ur l articular, addreu PEARL. WILBUR R. SMITH UX1NQTON, KY. ' Miss able-bodieright-ousnes- United States of America Rocked The Cradle of Liberty. In 76 She Rang The Liberty Bell. Under the leadership of our noble President, Woodrow Wilson, she has said freedom upon land and sea all oyer the world must be established. From every staff in the world must waive a flag of liberty. No Matter What The Cost, We Are Going To Do It. We are going to f urnish the men and the money. Billions of money and millions of men and a few years time and we will hear the sound of liberty bell again. &mtouLjL- - To Do Our Part V: the necessities of life must be properly provided, comfortable clothes in harmony with the season. Buy good merchandise and you will have plenty of money left to back our boys over there which we are honor bound to do. Summer days are just ahead. Light weight wearing apparel must be provided. Thin Wash Goods in the best fabrics for summer wear, in white, solid colors and fancies. Underwear for men, women and children. Summer head-wefor the whole family. t Cool shoes in canvass and all leathers, from the smallest infant to the man. Summer hosiery, in silk, lisle and cotton, in white, black and colors, for women and children. Men's and boys' suits and pants. Ladies' ready-mad- e suits, waists and skirts. This store realizes its responsibility to our boys in the trenches. This .store knows its customers have the same responsibility. This store realizes that good merchandise will cost the least in the end. This store is working for its customers and its country. S&fia&ra&ij.c. ar nd E. P. Barnes & Bro., BEAVER DAM, KY. tm