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The Hartford republican: June 7, 1918 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1918 hao1918060701_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: June 7, 1918 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1918 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. u Fine Job Work. VOL. XXX. ANSWER COUNTRY'S CALL FOR SERVICE DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No. 49 Is HARTFORD,-OHIHobert D. Southard, Prentiss, Sam 0. Plummer, Prentiss. Clay Ashby, Centertown. Clldo Boyd, Centertown. Win. H. Lake, Centertown. Lawson W. Slnnett, Fordsvllle, R.2. Percy T. Burch, Reynolds, R. 1. J. Douglas Graham, Narrows. Andy T. Wallace, Hartford.R. 2. Stoy Hurt, Narrows. Walter Douglas, Barretts Ferry. .Tesso Lyons, Reynolds. Wm. E. Royal, Roslne. Luther Cumpton, Centertown. Chas. E. Williams, Beaver Dam, Route 3. John I). Fulkcrson, Echols. Lester Bishop, Centertown. Ana Rowe.McHenry. Roy Butlr, Balzetown. Leslie W. Murphy, Centertown. William B. Heflin, Centertown. Floyd Ashby., Centertown. Charllo Flencr, Equality. John Rowo Equality. Wavey Cicero Dalzo, Renfrow. Elvis Murphy, Narrows, R. 2. Cllda Morris, Renfrow, Ky. Bryan Chlnn, Prentiss. Bryant Southard, Beaver Dam, Routo 2. Alonzo Burden, Hartford, R. 5. Reginald B. Bell, Hartford, R. 5. George Hobert Foreman, White Run. Franklin Prlco Alford. White Run Fred J. Forguson, Whlto Run. Wendell Greer, Whltcsvllle, Ky. Harry, Fllback, Olaton, Ky. R. 1. Hobert Hogland, Centertown. Fred Arnold May, Hartford. Joe J. Shults, Beaver Dam, R. 4. John S. Jackson, Rockport Roy Cornell Coffman, Pt. Pleasant. John R. Roach. Prentiss. Ivan Edge Narrows. Everett Green. Wysox. . Willie S. Hoops, Beaver Dam, R. 4. Arthur Huff, Echols. Thomas M. Koy, Echols. Thomas A. Coffman, Centertown, Route 1. Wm. H. Stearman, Centertown, Route 1. John Mitchell, Dundee. Andy Riley, Centertown, R. 1. Otis Beasley, Mcllenry. J. Leslie Harrison, Dundee. Sam A. Pool, Fordsvllle, R. 1. George Wright, Horton. Albert Howard, Hartford, R. 1. COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1918. OFF OUR others were reported tho coast of New Jersey and one tho coast of North Carolina. Neither officer had beon advised of any engagement between American warships and to these, two off off HUN CHAS. W. FAIRBANKS SHORES reported to be In Florida. warrants havo recently-beeIssued against Taylor for tho SINKS INTO SLEEP same offense but tho other officer has Boys Twenty One Since June 5, 1917 Now Enrolled. Raid Unprotected Shipping Sink Many Vessels. Atlanta City, N. J., Jun 3. The steamer Texel was sunk by a Gorman submarlno Sunday afternoon, sixty miles off tho coast. The crow of thirty-si- x men landed hero , Great Statesman Closes Eventful Career In Death. not been able to get service on him. Lee nnd R. D. Douglas charged with taking nnd Injuring the property of another, set forward to August term. Indianapolis, Ind., Juno 4. CharThe Germans have carried their Ono hundred nnd ninety seven New York, June 3. Nine Amerisubmarlno warofare to American can les Warren Fairbanks, former vice Ohio county boys who hnvo reached vessels were known to president of the United shores and are attacking and sink- have been States, and their majority ngc since the-- date of sunk by Germnn submaing ships off the Atlantic coast. former United States senator for InDrat draft, Juno C, 1017, registho rines off tho North Atlantic coast Submarine attacks wero reported diana, died nt his home here nt 8.55 tered with tho local board horo Wed morning on vessels off tho Now slnco May 25. this His death was due o'clock nesday. Thcso boys will becomo n The largest to fall prey to the Jersey shore, and a number of craft nephritis, which had part of tho Brent army to bo raised aro seeking to prevent the to interstitial aro known to have been sunk, ns been a chronic ailment with him, during tho prcsont year. Their nnmes many ns fifteen, according to ono re- sailing of transports with troops for but was not regarded serious until will bo entered nt tho foot of Class 1, the battlefields of France, was tho port. recently. All members of tho fornnd thoy will ho called for sorvlco CaroNew York, Juno 3. Ono steam- New York and Porto Rico liner mer vice president's family, except Class'e3 2 and 3. heforo tho men In ship, one schooner and two or three lina of 8,000 tons, which was attack- Major Richard Fairbanks, now in m The order number for tho young men 125 mllcss other vessels have been sunk off tho ed Sunday night about Franco, wero at his bedside. HUNGRY TO FIGHT. who registered for servlco WednesThe fato southeast of Sandy Hook. Jersey coast by German submarines Was Horn in Ohio. day will bo fixed later by tho Provost during tho night, according to in- of her 220 passengers and crow of Charles Warren Fairbanks was a Jesso Coppage, son of Mr. Dick Marshal General. Tho names with when formation received here, whllo In- 130, who took to tho boats vessel, son of Loriston M. and Mary Fair- Coppage, of Dundee, was No. 13 on tho postoffico addresses of tho men shells began to fall about tho formation received at tho maritime banks, and was born at Unionvllle Teglstercd are: but there Center, Union county, Ohio, May 11, the alternate list of tho draft boys exchange here indicates that ns many was unknown late sent to Camp Taylor from Hartford picked up by Rurlc Ilrltt, Cromwell. ns fifteen vessels havo been sunk by was hope they had been 1852. At tho ago of fifteen ho enter- last week, and falling to get the some passing ship or would reach Ncttor Ollstrnp, Select. the Jersey coast. ed tho Ohio Wesloyan college at Dela- local board to put him on the list of safely In tho small boats. Not Spurgcon Park, Mcllenry. Ono oWho ships sunk was tho Ed- shore ware, Ohio. Shortly after ho gradu- soldiers sent he loaded on the train a life was lost in tho sinking of the T. Chilton Ulshop, Centortown ward H.VCole, a sailing vessel. ated ho was appointed agent of the Oscar Porter, Kchols. other ships, according to late reports Associated Press at Pittsburg, which with the boys and went on to Camp. Tho crew of tho Edward H. Colo Tho officials at the camp liked the Curl Hcasley, McHenry. was subsequently picked up by an position ho held one year. From Pitts- boy's pluck, and notified the local Squlro D. Taylor, Hartford, R.2. Besides the Carolina the known American nuxllinry naval vessel, burg Mr. Fairbanks went to Clove-lan- d, board to forward the necessary paare tho Atlan Clondon T. Stevens, Beaver Dam. brought to an Atlantic port last night victims of the where ho completed his law pers ta make him a soldier. Luck Refining Company tanker Herbert Ira Green Haven, Cromwell. and thence sent hero by train. They tic course. In 1874 he married Miss to the plucky boy. steamship Wlnneconnlo Oscar Kcllcy, Heaver Dam. wero taken In charge by navy offlcials. L. Pratt, the Cornelia Cole. To this union were 'Cornelia Simpson, Henfrow. Ed- of 1.S0O tons, and six schooners, tho .born five children, ono daughter nnd According to tho survivors tho THE PRESIDENT'S CABINET. Kntnond Vance, Hartford, It. 1. largest of which were tho Hauppauge, ward H. Colo was sunk seventy-fiv- o four sons. After his marriage Mr. a new ship of 1,000 tons, and the Clnrenco Mldklff, Hartford, R. 2. miles off tho highlands of Now Jorsoy Fairbanks moved to Indianapolis and The names of the members of .Arthur Leo Halrd, Hartford, It. 7. Edward H. Cole. The crews of these yesterday afternoon. opened a law office. He took a great Secretary cabinet are: Harrison C. Daugherty, Cromwell. eight vessels havo been landed at Interest in politics and managed of State, Robert Lansing; Secretary Attnckcd. Two Otis D. Moslcy, Llvla, It. 2. Atlantic ports. Walter Q. Gresham's campaign for of the Treasury, William Glbbs Two submarlnos attacked tho EdOlllo Petty, Olaton, II. 1. the Republican nomination for the Secretary of War. Newton D. ward H. Cole, according to tho comMASONIC LECTURE. Estill C. Drake, Cromwell. presidency in 1888. of the vessel, Capt. Nowcomb. Bakor; Attorney General, Thomas 1. mander W. II. Ilrown, Centertown, It. Elected to Senate. They appeared simultaneously, ono on Watt Gregory; Postmaster General, Koscoo Knglcr, Paradise. The lecture at tho court house He was also active in subsequent Albert Sidney Burleson; Secretary of each side of the vessel, and signalled Monday afternoon by Mr. Jefferson Fred H. Burden, Echols. rethe captain to heave to. Tho com- Adams, superintendent of tho Ken- presidental campaigns, and was the Navy, Josephus Daniels; SecreCorba II. Kulton, Ileaver Dam, Tt.2. mander of ono of tho submarines then tucky Widows' and Orphans' Home warded in 1897 by being elected to tary of the Interior, Franklin T. Orba I. Fulton, Wysox. boarded the schooner In a small boat 'will long be pleasantly remembered tho United States senate. Ho took Lane; Secretary of Agriculture, Davis William Mnddox, McHenry. F.TTbusfoh; Secretary of Commerce, and gave tho crew ten minutes to by those fortunate enough to hear his seat March 4, 1897, the day Mcllenry. Paul Espoy, became president, and was a William C. Redfleld and Secretary leave tho ship. Albert P. Igloheart, Centortown. him. close adviser of the president during of Labor, William B. Wilson. Tho crew took to their own boats "Felix W. Royal, Fordsvllle, R. 1. Among the many Interesting things the Spanish-Amenlca- n Mr. war. immediately and the German sailors Thomas J. Vnnco, Hartford, R. 2. said by Mr. Adams was that of the then planted bombs on the vessel and 372 widows and orphans In the Home Fairbanks was a member of the Unit- UNDER-SE-A BOATS Phllpot, R. 4. Herbert Evans. ed States and British joint commisblew her up. ON ATLANTIC COAST Joslah J. Haynes, Whltcsvllle, R. 2. only ono was in a Hospital, a boy Just before tho explosion occured with an ankle Injured in an accident. sion which dealt with the Alaskan David Wilson, Beaver Dam. R. 1. boundary, lake fishing and other In appeared off the an American steamship appeared German Dee Johnson, Hartford, R. 5. Win. J. Hudson, Livermoro, R. 2 He said there were little girls in the .questions at that time. immediateNew Jersey coast Sunday, and enDam. the offing and tho R. 7. Robert Ilrown, Hartford, Owen Harris, Beaver Home who could make a bolt of cloth Mr. Fairbanks was recognized as ly gave chase. on a campaign of destrucAiron Stewart, Beaver Dam. Marvin H. Carlisle, Centertown. Into dresses with the finish of a train- one of the national leaders of the tered Report of Activities. May, Hartford. tion of American shipping, The exBurgess, Beaver Dam, Archie T. Harry Lou ed seamstress. The boys make shoes Republican party and was made act number of There have been reports for someis not Ttoutc 1. Alfred C. Baughn, Fordsvllle, R. 1, that are sold from many stores chairman of the committee on resolu known, time that the German Admirality conbut will not exceed three, Branch. Lemon Hancock, Centertown. James Calloway, Horse throughout the country, and also tions at the Philadelphia national templated submarine attacks on shippossibly two. So far only ona Clifford B. Moore, Hartford. John J. Monroe, Roslne. make lodge furniture for the fitting convention in 1900. He resigned and ping on this side of the Atlantic large steamer has been sunk. No Roy C. Bogard, Fordsvllle. Roger York, Hartford. best lodge rooms in the United from the senate on March 4, 1905, of the The first intimation of this decision serious apprehension is felt at WashFreddie M. Brown, Fordsvllle Earl E. Rlslnger. Mcllenry. States. Much other interesting and 'having been elected vice president operating so far ington. Gray, Hartford. by Germany came In an address de- useful Fordsvllle, R. 3. Loyd D. Morris, William Holland information was given the on the Republican ticket with Theolivered In Paris by George Leygues, from their base can not seriously Wayne Taylor, Hartford, R. 6. Route 5. large public audience that heard Mr. dore Roosevelt. interfere with 'American shipping. Arnold Johnson, Fordsvllle, R. 2. Randall Hoover, Hartford, R. 7. French Minister of Marine, on May Adams. Candidate for President. Destroyers and aeroplanes are scour12. Roy Hess, McHenry. Everett Geary, Horse Branch. In tho evening Mr. Amams attendWhile vice president, Mr. Fair- ing the coast for the demons of the M. Leygues, tin a review of tho subElbert Phelps, McHenry. Joult Petty, Fordsvllle, R. 3. ed a session of the local lodge and banks in 1908 became a candidate for Gerdeep, and the spectacular demonstramarine situation, stated that the Alva Cotton, Narrows, R. 1. Obort Chapman, McHenry. and assisted in putting on some de- the Republican nomination for presmans had constructed a new typo of tion will be short lived. Only sixMinis Ralph, Narrows, R. 2. Hobert Autry, McIIonry. gree work. Members of the local ident. He was defeated by William teen lives are known to have been submarine cruisers with which to lodge and EwerottVhlttaker, Hartford, R. 6. Golden Shown, Hartford, R. 5. the public as well would Howard Taft, and after his term of activity on Joe Ton Taylor, Hartford, R. 6. Estill Plummer, Beaver Dam, R. 1. prey on shipping on allied transports. welcome another visit by tho pleasant office expired he went back to the lost as a result of the Atlantic coast, and there were lost Late In May It was officially reportGeo. A. Hoover, Hartford, R. 3. Marshall Barnes, Beaver Dam. gentleman and ngreeahlo speaker, of ' mnrtf rn et low In a storm while at sea in an open ed In a British Admirality statement Ray Faught, Beaver Dam. John R. Mosloy, Beavor Dam, R. 2. Louisville. In 1916 Mr. Fairbanks was again boat. These boats were sent to Ameri that a Germnn submarine of the Jennings D. Wright, Llvla. R. 2. John A. Creal, Beaver Dam. candidate for president. Ho re- can waters, not for any actual damage cruiser class had been sunk by a James L. Howard, Hartford, R. 7. Archlo B. Davis, Beaver Dam. LADY IX OVERALLS. votes on tho first ballot they might do to American shipping, ceived 74 tho British convoying submarlno "In Hobert Wallace, Roslno. Noah Zachory, Rockport, Ky. and 88 on the second ballot at the but for the purpose of terrorizing war latitude of Capo St. Vincent," which HudBon, Mcllenry. Lyons, Hartford. Owen Willis C. Hughes was department officials and to check tho Miss Dewey Johnson, daughter of Chicago convention. Is tho southwestern point of PortuDompsoy Llndsey, Balzetown. Ernest Hurt, Olaton. Mr. Mont Johnson, of near town, is nominated on tho third ballot and sending of troop ships to Europe. But gal. Logsden, Roslno. Harrison, Narrows. Mack Earl H. Then camo, In rapid succession, re- setting a splendid example of patri- then Fairbanks was nominated for tho authorities refuse to take tho Floyd Smith, Barretts Ferry. James C. Carpenter, Mcllenry. ' Wm. E. Daughorty, Whlto Run ports of submarines operating In otic service by donning overalls and vice president. Ho always .had a on this side of tho ocean, serAd Howard, Rockport. John West Indian waters and last week a assisting her father in his farm work. strong following among tho Kentucky iously and are dally starting transJ. Walter Creep, Horse Branch. Richard Raymer, Renfrow. a young college girl, Republicans. ports, under heavy convoy, on their 'Wm. C. Funk, Hartford, R. C. Robert B. Holland, Beaver Dam, captain of a steamship landing at Miss Johnson is sighted what bright as a now coin, and brim full of way to France. Norfolk reported having Lcnnlo Tlchcnor, Hartford. Routo 2. OX SECOND VOYAGE. ho bolleved to be a German submarlno energy and grit. Sho has adopted Harvoy Taylor, Beaver Dam. Adam Young, Olaton, It. 1. SIX MEN REJECTED. this form of servlco, not out of necesCapes. somowhoro off the Carolina Thomas Taylor, Beavor Dam. Robert Webster, Hartford, R. 2. Mr. Thomas Hulso and Mrs. Lena Later It was explained by Washington sity, but purely out of duty to her Roy Elder, Centertown. Wntson, Roslne. .John C. Of tho 113 men sent from Ohio that this boat might havo beon an country in its hour of need. She, Westerflold, both of Dundee, woro Randall It. Brown, Beavor Dam, Norvll York, Roslno. American submarlno on lt3 way to with her father, passed through town married In the County Suporlntcn county to Camp Taylor last week six 2. Horso Branch. Sidney Keith, Route Monday morning, each driving a wag- dont's offlco, Monday morning, Rov. wero returned for physical disability. Europe John Thlencs, Beaver Dam. Van May, Jr., Hartford, R. 2. Tho sinking of tho vessels off tho on load of line hogs to market. Miss Russoll Walker officiating. Mr. Hulso Among thoso returned wero Archlo Shull, Paradlco. Thos. B. McCrocklln, Beaver Dam. Euclid R. use- and Mrs. Westerflold had each been Maddox, Earl Westerflold, William A. Now Jersey coast finds precedent In Johnson's oxamplo of patriotic Chns. Fulton, Cromwell. Chnrlos T. Boll, Llvla, R. 2. Insplro a great number rormony marrieu, anu uro now binn- Vaught and Charllo E. Cox. The 1). Vaughan. Narrows, R.2. tho exploit of tho Gorman submarlno fulness should Gilbert Roach, Fordsvllle. Wlllard which on Octobr 7, 1916, sud- of othor young women of tho county ing on their second voyage on the names of tho other two havo not Emmott Stevens, Fordsvllle. Robert M. Burdett Narrows R. 2 denly appeared nt Nowport, R. I. to Uko sacrifices toward feeding tho matrimonial sea. Mr. Hulso Is 30 been roported to this office. This Is Georgo E. Babbitt, Narrows, R. 2. Rogers, Whltesvlllo, R. 2. Ona F. tho first Instanco of men who wero After a stay of three hours at that allied armies. All honor to tho girl and Mrs. Westerflold 32 years old. ldgar Ford, Horso Branch. Colored. sent up by trio local board being re port tho which was command- In overalls. 1'nul D. Russoll, Hartford, It. 7. IX COUNTY COURT. Ellis Bush, Simmons. turned as disqualified for service. ed by Commandor Roso, loft Nowport Roy W. Cummlngs, Olaton. DECORATION. Among thoso returned was Archlo John A. Ruckor, Hartford. and tho next day sank six vessols In P. Colo, Olaton. Ernest Thoro was a rather largo docket Maddox, whose murrlago occurred tho Lincoln Swoat, Prontlss. off Nantucket. Sbo quick succession Muskor V. Wilson, Horso Branch. Roy Loo Eldson, Boaver Dam. Rough Rlvor Lodge, No: 110, for tho Juno term of tho county court, day before ho left for Camp Tayjor. was sighted off Flro Island October 9, Woms Park, Horso Branch. Lodward Parks, Hartford. was roported she had Knights of Pythias, will hold mem but on nccount of a tobacco season Wo congratulato him not upon tho nnd later It Vornio II. Goff, Horso Branch. but Charllo Boswoll, Hartford, R. 1. gono south, but this seems not to havo orial sorvcles at Oakwood Cometory, nnd othor pressing farm work few oyent of his physical disability Archlo Johnson, Narrows. John Deo Qrlffln, Prontlss. safely to Sunday Juno 9th 1918, decorato the .litigants and witnesses wero In at upon his good fortune in bolng rebeen true, for she returned Barnlo Wilson, Horso Branch. Jcsso Sutton Austin, Echols. turned to tho embrace of his wife. graves of their doparted brothers and tendance. a German port on October 31. Wllllo Kcsslnger, Cromwoll. Howevor, tho lawyers managed to Carl Lawrence, Hartford. Norfolk, Vn., Juno 3. Naval of- render tho following programme: Ray Ingram, McIIonry. WOOL GROWERS ATTENTION. their reports ficers hero said 3:15 Assomblo at Cnstlo Hall ana dlsposo of considerable business for Ray Hockor, Mcllenry. their cllonts oven in their absouco. special, ono day's fair will bo indicated livo German submarines had C. march to Cometory. A Hondy Wcstcrflold, Hartford, R. Mr. Silas Stevens authorizes us to Tho docket with orders follow: Song By tho Lodgo. hold ut tho grounds of tho Ohio' been oporatlng along tho Atlantic Wnllo II. Boyd, Centortown. Homer Martin charged with ob- say that a storage shipment of wool J. S. Glenn. County Farlr, Co., Hartford, on July coast, and that two had boon sightAddress Chas L. Huntor, Centortown. structing the public highway, set for- will bo made from Beavor Dam, Tues Solo Miss Mary Austin Carson. 4th 1918. Rings for tho exhibition ed off tho Virginia capes. Ernest B. Magan, Olaton. day May 11. Tho wool will be shipMiss Wlnnlo SImmorman ward to Juno 15. f Reading of horsos under saddlo and In harness, Read Admiral Fochtelor, commandErnest Forguson, Neafus. Jim Taylor, three cases, charged ped to Loulsvlllo for storage until Song K. P. Qunrtett. speed rings and races on tho tracks, ' ant of tho Norfolk Navy Yard, said Moses L. Duval!, Hartford. with selling liquor, failed to answer such tlmo as the government may Address W. H. Barnes. had been sighted off Freeman S. Parks, Heaver Dam, as well as other attractions. Couio, two summons and county attorney moved direct tho disposition of It. All perMiss Leila Glenn. Reading meet your oiu menu? ami spona wio tho Virginia Capos, and Rear Ad Itouto 3. to forfeit bond. Court reserved opin sons having wool for salo should day pleasantly. miral McLean, commandant of tho t Decorating of graves. Hobort P. Daughorty, Roslno. ion for argument of attorneys. Taylor J bring it to Beaver Bam on that date, Closing. DR. L. B. BEAN.mannger Fifth Naval District, paid lu addition Wm. J. Fuqua, Beaver Dam. ht ch Mc-Adey l sea-wolv- es U-bU-5- 3, ht E. A. White charged with obstructing public highway, 'verdict of tho Jury not guilty. Doss Jackson, warrant for breach, of the peace, filed away. Accused la draft servlco at Camp Taylor. Joe Douglas, breach of the peace, set forward to June 15. Lee Keith charged with seduction, under promise of marriage, defendant In army, but will probably be brought back for trial. A report that Keith, had married the girl Just before ho left for Camp Taylor last week 13 said not to be true. MHHtmufKMIMiim w..4m itrnmnn ilWmiflf KM quickly settled Tho heavy cargo of fow years later as sho novcr was 1.10,000 TONS OF SHIPPING manganese might have shifted her heard from after her doparturo from BUILT IN MAY, SAYS SCHWAB cargo and hindered tho vessel from port. Now York, May 31. Tho Sea Gull, which left Orcnm1 LAST SEA MYSTERY righting nftcr a severe list. In tho month Moreover, vessels, which return to Harbor for Valparaiso In company of Mny tho United States built and Atlantic ports about tho tlmo tho with the Flying Fish on Aptll 2", put into commission 250,000 deadCyclops was due, reported that un- 1S39, lost her consort one night and weight tons of shipping, and during Complete Disappearance Of usually stormy weather had been en- is believed to havo sunk In a soviro tho Inst week let contracts for $250,-000,0galo, from which the Flying FIsli look Big U. S. Vessel Untold countered in Southern waters. worth of shipping, declared Charles M. Schwab, Government diThe theory that the Cyclpos sud- refuge under false Capo Horn. Secret. Tho Grampus, a schooner of twelve rector of shipbuilding nt tho annual denly wontMown in a storm Is about the only theory that adequately guns, sailed from Charleston, S C , dinner hero of tho American would explain her failure to wlrelosa about March 14, IS 13 and was due nt Iron mid Steel Institute. Washlngtor, Juno 1. Whnt Mr. Schwab also said that while The fact that no Norfolk, Vn betweon the Sth and in case of dander. of the missing collier, Cyclops? radio calls ever camo from tho vos- - 15th of April. In June, the Nnvy D- nt ono tlmo ho had frit estranged Tb ahe a prize of some Gcrmnn port, sells is one plmso that characterizes epartment abandoned all hope for lier from tho Administration, since ho tho victim of treachery? Does she Ho the dlsappearauc of tho ship as one safety, hnd been connected with it ho hnd disabled in some unfrcauontcil cove of the most mysterious in modern sea Jefferson Lost In 1M."0. found that tho men active in Its of the tropical seas, driven there and annals. Tho Jefferson, n steamer engacod councils were deserving of approval helpless hy accident? Leaving the West India harbor on in tho coast survey, was lost near the and encouragement. Or has she niado her last voyage "I hnvo had occasion to review f5 March 4, the Cyclops was expected to Straight of Magelllan In 1850. and with moro thnn .TOO souls turned The Albany, n sloop-of-wwith or 70 per cent of the shipbuilding touch at an Atlantic port on March sevup in Port of Missing Men to Join 13. When attention was called to 210 men under command of Comman- Industry, nnd I nm in position to enteen other ships of tho American finely, days over- der J. T. Gerry, snlled from Aspinuoll say that it is progressing nnvy which hnvo disappeared just as the fact that she was a few r due no anxiety was felt because it on September 29,lsr4,for Now York-Afte- moro than satisfactorily" said Mr. mysteriously since 1781? n long wait, tho steamers Schwab. War-tim- e engine out of Sailing from Barbados In tho West was known she had one "You will no doubt be surprised commission. However, when a week Princeton and Fulton were sent In Indies, March 4, with a complement passed and there was even no news search of her, but no trace ever was when I tell you that in tho month of 293 men, the great 19,000-to- n of May wo havo built and put Into that she had been slghtcd.a feeling of discovered. naval collier has not since been sight The Levant, nlso a sloop-of-warnmmlslon 250,000 deadweight tons apprehension swept over the Hy order of tho Navy grat ed or reported. National necessity has put a new responsibility Navy Department. Every effort was with 210 men under Capt. William of ships mid May is going to bo tho Department all avnllahlo navy craft lowest record for any future month. find nor, but on April 14 the Hunt departed from Hilo In the Sandmade to on every motorist. In southern waters have been making gavo permission to pub- wich Islands on September 18, ISfiO. During tho last week we havo laid a dragnet search for the vessel, but department long had been Vessels of tho Pacific squadron contracts for 1250,000,000 for work Utmost service is demanded the highest usedally tho conviction among officials lish tho facts, which searched for her many months, but which will Increase tho tonuago con withheld. grows stronger that the great modern fulness of yourself and your car. tho only traces ever found wcro an struction by 300,000 tons. Wo exStill Clings To Hope. mystery of the sea will remain unoar and broken spar, believed to have pect a million tonnngo of new ships Secretary Daniels stills clings to belonged to solved. Service and economy are your only consideraher. from the Great Lakes. ship still is the hope that the mystery will be Hut the search for tho tions. Tho only caso In recent years of the 700,000 .Men At Work. maintained with unabated intensity learcil, but there are not many in the naval vessel, other than the Cyclops, ngo we had 00,000 destroyers have retraced department who share his view. The Cruisers and "A fow months Our responsibility goes hand in hand with yours. disappearing from the face of tho sea y we her route. Every island among tho call of blue water always has stirred is tho tug Nina, which ofllclally was men working on ships. 350,000 working on ships and scores that dot that portion of tho sea and will stir tho blood of men. But As the largest rubber manufacturer in the world, declared lost by the department on have is being carefully scrutinized for any Just as much as In romance the seven 350,000 more on accessories, making March 15, 1910. She Is believed to it is our duty to supply you with tires of unfailing on ships clow. But the unremitting anxiety of sens abound in tragedy. nave floundered with, nil hands in a about 700.000 men nt work The ocean has taken its annual reliability and extreme mileage. or on parts of ships. the searchers has failed to disclose galo off the Atlantic Coast. any trace of a ship apparently pluck- heavy toll of human life from tho J. Leonard Uoplogle, steel director Naval annals also contain the brief Board, an- ed in a day from the busy lanes of time of tho modern ocean liner and United States Tires are more than making good tolling of the loss of tho Re- of the War Industries floating bteel fortress, back to tho notation the South American trado routes. other speaker, nsserteJj that tho in this time of stress. prisal In 1777. This brig which was days of the ancient Phoeneclans who will require all the stool Many Theories Advanced. tho first American war vessel to visit Government by are setting new mileage records establish To account for the disappearance braved tho wild seas of the Med- Europe and which carried across Ben- products that can bo produced iterranean in their frail craft and jamin American mills in the next year. of the Cylops there have been sugFranklin soon after tho Decla ing new standards of continuous far-oEng"It Is going to be nccessarv to gested many theories all possible, picked their way even to ration of Independence, went down on conserve our steel output os wo havo land to barter for Cornwall tin. service effecting greater economy none entirely plausible. tho Newfoundland banks. The cook, The loss of merchant shipping ever never had occasion to do before in by reducing tire cost per mile. Was she blown into fragments by proverbially, was the sole survivor. has been great particularly in these the history of your great industry, ' a heavy charge of explosives placed days of the ruthless undersea rover he said. There is a United States Tire for in her hold before sho left port? This GOVERNMENT TAKES John J. Fitzorald. former Conexplanation is hardly acceptable, be- but fortunately the United States every car passenger or commerOUR WOOL MARKET gressman, told the diners that the navy has carried America's flag over cause wreckage would have covered the world's waters for nearly a cen Government had used $C00.O00.O0'' of and the sea for many miles around. Military necessity has caused the worth of ammunition In target practury and a half without particularly Was she torpedoed and sunk "withmotoring. United States Government to assume tice. out .1 trace" by a German submarine severe losses, due to tho elements. control of tho entire wool clip of the L. Clem, who has Maj. Gen. John From the records of the Navy Dethat had crossed tho Atlantic to prey nearest United States Sales country and to have a prior right to France, said on comparatively unprotected ship- partment there has been compiled a ncquiro the 191S wool clip. Tho just returned from and Service Depot will cheerfully In tho pap"rs when Americans read ping? That theory is discounted, be- brief list of naval vessels which sailed War Industries Board has Issued pushing f . r aid you in fitting the tire to cause in such case, at least a few and then went down in the ocean's pamphlet which explains the reguia- ajthat thc enemy ia still Ml.IL.Wn KM' ., should take cosiiinuc k O. S. calls could have been sent out maw without leaving a soul to toll the S. your needs. tions under which thc farmer may of the seriousness of th situation before the Cylops wont under. More- story. The Saratoga, a ship of eighteen dispose of his wool. This pamphlet "I do not believe till iKu has vet over, floating wreckage certainly guns, commanded by Capt. John has been sent to all parts of the Unit- begun," ho said. "Iteft: to the map xsy would have been found. Young, was lost at sea with all on ed States. There are certain fur- and you will see that then is but AVas sho attacked and captured by particulars which Kentucky a narrow fringe nude, tlm sway of ther a marauding enemy raider that had board on March 17S1. It i'. time for thc A few years later, the General farmers would like to know regarding the Allies Good slipped into the Atlantic after eluding Gates, also a ship of eighteen guns. the exact method of procedure in dis- United States to realize tho serK.iu-nes- s he British fleets? Even if attacked, posing of their wool. In order to get of the present hour. VhbU " ' It is claimed, tho collier's wireless built in 1777, or 177S, was lost with- these details and a fuller knowledge out trace. "it Germany gets control of the hfeORSSfc WA would have put her in communication Tho Pickering, a brig of fourteen of the methods to be pursued, tho cheap labor of Russia and then Inwith other neval vessels or merchant repdia, nnd If Japan continues to hold guns, weighing 1S7 tons and carrying College of Agriculture has sent a shipping.' resentative to Washington to confer control of her cheap labor, these con a crew of ninety men, sailed from Did agents, enemy carefully with the Wool Committee of tho War ,ml(ms wlli constitute the most "planted" among the ship's personnel, Newcastle, Del., on August 20, 1S00, Board and in the course of portanl ,mas0 0f the war, I believe, In command of Lieut. B. Hillar. seizo control of the Cyclops in the Co u ml for tho Gaudaloupo station, a few days a run anu concise state- so far as we aro concerned." night and dismantle the radio to pubMaj. Gen. Clem expressed the hope was heard from that date, ment will be issued through the make wireless communication with sho never College of Agricul- in ending his address that tho laboriit being believed that she floundered lic press by tho the outside world impossible? This ture, giving futher detailed Informa- ng- classes of the United States CIKCUIT COURT. ROCKPOItT. explanation had but little support, be- in an equinoxtlal gale in September tion and suggestions to farmers and would stand hy tho country in us Judfjc R. W. Slack, Owenaboro. same year. Ch'ni'n. Board James Wilson. cause it is claimed that a small enemy that prices, methods hour of need for their own protecClerk Rushing Hunt. The Insurgent, which had been cap- to dealers regarding C. E. Smith, HartConi'th. Attorney force hardly could bo oxpectcd to retion. In 1779 by the of handling, and other matters. Police Judgo John T. Jackson. prisoners a forco of nearly tured from the French duce to ford. In the meantime tho College urges U. S. S. Constellation, sailed from Marshal Will Langford. To Anicric.inle Foreign-Bor300 men, many of them naval reservby undue Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. Hampton Roads on August 8, 1800, that nothing is to be gained REAVER DAM. Plans of tho Government to expend ists. haste on the part of tho farmers In Master Commissioner Otto C. MarAgain, If taken by an enemy force for a cruise in tho West Indies. She their wool. They are assured that SS.000,000 In the nekt two years in Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKennoy. Is believed to havo gone down also tin, Hartford. tho Americanization of foreign-bor- n Clerk B. W. King. abroad where is tho Cylops now? fair uniform treatment will bo given English Trustee Jury Fund Cal P. Keown, Every bay, every inlet capable of ad- with her crew of 340 men in one of to all parties concerned. Police Judgo J. W. Cooper. In tho of- laborers by teaching them y at the meeting. mitting a vessel of her draft, has been the cqulnoxtial gales that caused the ficial bulletin recently issued by the wero disclosed Marshal Hartford. It. F. Stevens. Pickoring to go under. represarefully searched. following According to H. II. Whcaton, She had not 1st Monday in March 13 days FOltDSVILLE. Wasp, with 140 men under War Industries Board, tho Tho enough coal in her bunkers to make regarding tho disposal of wool senting Secretary Franklin K. Lane, Com'th. and Civil. Ch'm'n. Board W. R. Jones. command of Commander Johnston advice of tho Department of the Interior, a the transatlantic trip to some Ger- Blakely, engaged and captured on Is given: Clerk Olla Cobb. hill will bo introduced next week by 1st Monday in May 12 dayi Civil. man port.. Moreover, ono engine was "Growers who desire to do so will Pollco Judgo C. P. Kesslngor. September 1, 1814, tho British brig, Georgia, 1st Monday In July 12 days of out of commission, cutting down her bo allowed to pool their clips in quan- Senator Holu Smith, Marshal Grant Pollard. A Swedish brig reported Atlanta. which would provide for tho expendiCom'th. and Civil. speed to ten knots an hour. Even if oar having spoken to her three weeks tities of not less than minimum during tho noxt 3d Monday in September 12 days pounds and consign ture of $5,000,000 additional coal had been procured, date, but no futher nows loads of 10,000 to sho hardly could havo slipped past tho after that Civil. tho wools so pooled as ono account to fiscal year on hiring teachers laOFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR. over was had about her. Sho is supBritish patrols into somo German any approved dealer in any approv- Instruct 4th Monday in November 12 days County Board of Education. posed to havo floundered in a gale. aro port. Hor limping gait would havo ed distributing center. Growers aro borers, thousands of whom Com'th. and Civil. Tho Hamilton, ono of Commodore industry. Tho bill in tho steel E. S. Howard, S. S. O. C. made hor an easy victim for tho fast urged to adopt this latter course Chauncey's squadron on Lake OnDlv. No. 1 J. M. Hoover. Hartallied destroyers or cruisers. COUNTY COURT. through county agents or others, thus would carry nn appropriation of tario, capsized on tho night of August ford. Ky. eliminating the profits of ono middle ii,000,000 for n similar purpose- durWas It Enemy Act? 10, IS 13, while trying to weather tho ing tho second fiscal year. Mr. Moots first Monday in each month. Dlv. No. W. Duff, Fordsvllle, Did the crow succumb to tho effects enemy's squadron. "All hands," says man." aro Judge Mack Cook. Ky. While under tho regulations farm- Whcaton asserted that thero of a poisonous gas given off by hor tho olllcial chronicle are supposed to Dlv. No. 3 H. L. Carter, Narrows, ers aro permitted to sell lots of less 5,000,000 foreigners in tho United County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. cargo of manganese? Hardly, it is havo been at quarters. Ky. pounds of wool to author- States who cannot speale English. Clerk W. C. Blnnkcnship. ' thought, because all shipping men Eporvier, a ship of eighteen then 1000 Tho Mr. Wheaton's address was roundly Dlv. No 4 Robort Goff, Hoslno, Agrlcul-tur- o Hherlir S. A. Bratcher. used to cargos of that charactor tako guns and a complement of 128 cap- ized dealors, tho College of loading Ky. E. S. Howard. advises that wool bo assembled applauded by some of tho Kuiei'liiteiidcnt precaution to eliminate tho danger. by tho U. S. S. tured from the British steel manufacturers of tho country. Dlv. No. 5 Otis II. Stevens, BeavJailer Worth Tlchonor. Did tho big vossel of 19,000 tons Peacock, sailed from Glbraltor for In county pools or pooU embracing Earlier In tho t y they had been told er Dam, Ky. n moro extenslvo territory, the Assessor D. E. Ward. displacement, constructed with a vlow this country on July 4, 1915. Sho was Dlv. No. C Nat Lindloy, Center- being to facilitate handling ami by Elbert H. Gray, president of tho Surveyor C. S. Moxley. to withstanding tho heaviest woathor, last seen by n merchant vessel on Autown, Ky. glvo tho lurgest return to tho grower. Institute, of tho harmonious relutlons Coroner Dr. A. B. Riley. founder In a sovoro tropical storm. gust 1 in existing botweon tho steel Interests Tlmo of Meeting 1st Monday In This theory sounds unreasonable to FISCAL COURT. The Lynx, u schoonor of thrco guns nnd tho Governmont. Mr. Gray do- February; let Monday In April; 1st many who believe tho ship capable with fifty men on board, commanded clared tho steel manufacturers wero Moets Tuesday ntter first Monday Monday in Juno; 1st Monday In Auof riding safoly out of any storm she by Lieut. J. R. Madison, sailed from ready to meet any taxes which might In January, April and October. gust; 1st Monday In Octobor; 1st FOR FLETCHER'S might encounter, yet In vlow of all St. .Mary's Fla., for Jamaca on Now bo necessary to win tho war. 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, Mondny In December. f tho known circumstances tho expla- Years day, 1821. Sho last das sightm Route 3. County Ilonrd of Examiners E. S. nation is accopted by most naval of- ed on January 22 that year. AVOOl) FOR CATTLE. 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Beav Howard, Mrs. I. S. Mnson, Mrs. O. W. probable account ficials' ns tho most Tho Wildcat, with three guns and A military journal relates an amuser Dam. Duff. for the disappearance. thlrty-on- o men, commanded by Lloat. ing story of u Highlander who, on Commercial ngont roport to tho 3rd District Q. B. Brown, Simmons. Jan. 25 and 2C Common School Tho Cyclops, although of deop draft J. E. Legaro, sailed from Cuba for bolng shown over a for United States Government says that Itli District G. W. Rowo, Center-tow- Diploma Examination. and broad beam, carried a remark-ab- l Koy West In 1824. Sho Is supposed tho first tlmo in his llfo, was keenly oxtonslvo experiments In Sweden May 10 and 11 Common School high and heavy superstructure. to havo gono ashore on Carysforl reef. Interested in all ho saw. Tho mahnvo shown that wood colluloso is an JSth District W. C. Daugherty.Balze-tow- Diploma Examination. Eight great .steel derricks towered as an armchost and other wreckage rines scorned particularly to impress oxcollent cattlo feed nnd tho Swedish May 17 and IS County Teachers over hor hull, and Uicro was othor from the vossol later wcro found him, and going up to ono, ho pointed Government Is pushing Its manufacdlli District W. S. Dean, Dundee. Examination (white). heavy framework placed abovo docks there. to tho badgo on tho marine's cup and ture us much as possible. On ac- 7th District B. F. Illco, Fordsvillo. May 24 and 25 County Teachers' to givo her a maximum of elllcloucy Airmen with eighteen guns and car-rln- g asked him what it was. The marliio count of tho dllllcultlcs of exporta8th District B. C. Rhoadea, Hart- Examination (colored), in loading or dlschaiglng coal. a crow of 140 men, tho Hon el anxious to score off tho visitor, look- tion Sweden has a supply of about ford, Route C. Juno 22 and 23 County and Stato In caso of a heavy list to port or with Commander Otlio Norrls as skip-pu- r, ed at him in surprlso. onu-hamillion tons. Tho AgriculTeachers' Examination (white). starboard, perhaps to tho oxtent of HARTFORD. llouudorud in a galo off Tumplco "Don't you know what It Is? ho tural Society has eniuebted tho GovJuno as and 29 County and Statn 45 degrees, tho Cyclops, burdened on September 10, 1829 with ,t losu asked. "Why, that's a turnip, of ernment to fix a maximum prlco for Mayor J. E. Bean. Teachers' Examination (colored). with hor heavy dorrlcks, was perhaps of all hands. course" this feed of twenty-tw- o crowns per Clerk J. A. Howard. fiopt. zo ana 21 County nnd Sim tumble to swing back Into equilibriTho Sylph, a small uaval schoonoi. "Man," replied tho Scot, impatient- ono hundred kilos ($5.00 per 220 Pollco Judge C. M. Crowe. Teachers' Examination (white). um, orashotl over to one side and alio Is believed to have floundered u ly, "I was no' axln' nboot yer held." pounds), the same as for oats. Marshal E. P. Casebler. Sept. 27 and 28 County and StaU LOSS OF CYCLOPS vv lio-ta- Responsibility Yours and Ours r, T Jy To-da- i They ff cial every condition 111 The to-da- mi w ifft i a right f United States Tires are Tires IH'IlJfWIlffllitf wmWIHIII Mm DIRECTORY n. to-da- 20 ob-jo- ct 1 c. CliilcLren Cry CASTO R A man-o'-war n. n. lf n "TTTrTir jn.n-ni- VICTORY HATTER NOW OF FORCES M' .r Germany Has No More Men .To Lose Than Allies, Is Conclusion. (I.oulsvlllo Herald.) was resumed early in May, ho said. "No mntter what tho harvest I next year," Mr. Hoover declared, "wo must benr In mind that If tho war continues fivo years longer, and Hint Is possible, tho cnll for men nbroad will mean lnovllablo decrcaso In pro- AX KNOMSIIM.WH AMIMIK'AX VIHW OF AltMV CAMPS patwiMsm and discipline, but tho fceli ig underlying It Is fine. Altogether tho American canton-moin n i))0gt nt duction." Tho Importance of a sustained fond supply Is especially Important In Its effect upon tho moral of a civilian population, tho Food Administrator said, nnd ho pointed to tho "splendid confldcnco which tho English people hnvo maintained" slnco tho German drtvo began on March 21. s Has a Good Opinion of C'lmnibcrlaln'N Tablets. "Chamberlain's Tablets nro n wonder. I never sold nnylhlng Hint beat them," writes F. II. Tresscy, Richmond,' Ky. When troubled with indigestion or constipation give them a trial. in e Till: SMALLEST SCHKW. Tho length of tho smallest screw over mndo Is .028 of an inch, Its diameter, .020 of an inch, weight .12 Thero nro SCO threads to of a grain. tho Inch and It takes 5S3.333 of these screws to make a pound. KA1SKU lly HENRY 0. WALKS. Fnrls, Mny 15 (my mnll). "(lor- innny Is nliout to call her now clnss, which will mean nnotlicr SCO, 000 soldiers," said Lloyd (loorKo In hla re cent speech to the House of Com mons. As n matter of fact, tlic tntnl enrollment In Gorninny's new clnss will probably bo nearer to 900,000, of which tho fatherland, by Its rlfiorous rules for exemptions, will probably realize about 750,000 bayonets. Thus thero Is a difference of 200-00- 0 men, roughly twenty divisions, as modern units go, which tho allies must account for In their RtratcRlc plans for tho culmination of tho gigantic battle now raging in tho summer or autumn of 191S. l'oimliitlirn (lll,T.",00(. The latest estimated population for (jcrmnny, based on figures available prior to tho beginning of tho war In July, 1014, was GG,7GO,000, and In view of tho wny tho Central empires masked and hid their reserves In munitions and Kiippllcs and guarded the Hccrets of tholr newest cannon, tho 4 howitzers, for example It is safe to iissumc that they fooled the world un their population and that the real number of the German people more nearly approximated 75,- -. 000,000 or oven S0.000.000. Slnco this war1 Germany has boasth of her ed that she has put population In the Held under arms. Kven allowing for considerable leeway on this figure, accepting one-tenns being tho correct ncragc. tho new Gi.rinan class would yield 750,000 rlUos. go by and the strategy As the dn of Von HlnOenbiirg reveals Itself as Identical with that of Nivolle the nacrlficlng of men to gain definite objectives, and n dcclslvo victory. It more and more evident that tho enemy has no more to loso through tho element of tlmu than have the allies. DecNhe Itattlc On. A enreful nnalysls of the existing situation hammers homo the conclut dcclslvo battlo sion that tho of tho war Is being fought, and has been In progress sinco JIarch 21 lust. Neither Germuny nor her allies can afford to waste time in settling back to a stagnant, stationary warfare In trenches, and neither side Is in tho mood to do so. Tho question resolves itself to this, which side Will use up its available reserves first, the Germans, with their garrisons I pom the Kussian front, their nlles In Auhtrla and the Bnl-kaand their troops in Turkey and Macedonia, or tho allies with their forces for "tho homo defense of England," the French nrmy of maneuver, and the Incoming American drafts to bo brigaded with French and Urltish units? e HOOVEIt VltGHS GKKATKK CUT IX FOOD CONSUMPTION' one-sixtth es last-greans 'V lXI)H'Ti:i UV . MISSISSIPPI JUKV Scnntobln, Miss., Juno 1. Kaiser Wllhelm, ICtnperor of Gcrmnny, Is under indictment In Tato County. Ho Is indicted for bringing on the world war, and tho Indictment directs that he brought before tho courts of tho world. Tho indictment, returned by the Tato County srnnd Jury follows: "Stale of Mississippi, County of Tato. "Tho grand Jurors of the S'.tatc of Misf lsslppl, elected, Impaneled, sworn and charged to inquire in nnd for the body of State County, at the spring term of 1918, of tho Circuit Court thereof, on their oath present that Kaiser Wllhelm, Kmperor rf Germany, on the day of July, 1911, dirt unlawfully, wilfully and feloniously for the satisfaction of 1:1s own personal greed and cause to bo precipitated upon civilization tho most unnecessary and Inexcusnblo war that history shall ciur record, and by Ills declaration of war ns aforesaid, and by the Instructions given tho German soldiers to practice all manner of brutal atrocities upon the weaker as well us the strong, lie, tho said Wilhelm.Kuiperor ol Germany, did thero nnd then bring nirto himself tho contempt and laitrcrt g oV all and mankind now nnd for all future 'time and against the pcaco and dignity of civilization. "W. C. COKE, "Foreman of grand Jury. "ItlCHARD DENMAN. "District .Attorney. Cud-lovinGod-feurl- V ' emy of Music was coupled with an indictment of Germany. The practice of extorting food supplies from conquered territory has left a circle of starving people- around tho German border, he declared, and among theso y amounts to tho death rato moro than all those whom Germany has killed in battle. "Food coiiBiunttlon In America was reduced 7 per cent., in 1917." Mr. Hoover said. "Wo can roduco it 15 per cent this year without harming unyono. In view of tho necessity for shipping an urmy to Franco.. I am suro Hint no Ainorlcun will objoct. "Tood ponMrviithin hna become such it tromemUniH faetor that tho Aiiieilenn people are now facing the responsibility for savin the 1.500,-00- 0 tons of ihlppiu required to send food to the Allies from other than American markeu." Germany'u food situation Is growing wo: se, Mr. Hoover mid, nd the Allies i re steadily returning to normal If tho present harvest crop lu Americu proves as rich In reality an in promt" food prices her should upproximato the normal by net winter. Even the riw in frolnht rate will not Justify Increased prices for food on the scale thut obtuinod last wintor, he added. Last February, tlw sjmkar said, there were 300,000 Uuugry people lu of London. Ziow tho bread lift 1.QQ0. The nornul aituuly there tiro to-da. rhllldelphla, Mny 31. Herbort C. with a mesHoover came here sage that called the people to larger sacrifice In tho mattnr of ford conservation "because tho war will not end until we choose." Tho nppcal that Mr. Hoover mado to an audience that flllfd the Acadto-da- y I'm In favor of whlppln' the Gor-ma- ts first and then turnln' around and politically whlppln' the cell out (L c, "other ranl.s") food better than of "them campaign liars who said the most gorgecus of our sergeants' there warnt gwln' to be no WEr. musses flld even in tho days when England, too, was flowing with milk If government control raises freight and honey. I make the conn orison and passenger rates 25 per cent what with our sergeants' mo..scs advisedly, in the deuce wf diamonds WDUld govfor, of course, tho officers' .mosses ernment ownership do? never compared with .hem, as anyone can toll who has been in 'both. The tatcr "bugs arc f Ightin' on the There sociub to be a thcHtor, a s'3c of the "Huns. community "house (which Is a sort of cross letween Olympla and the Re-- i There aitt been a rnls-- In the gent Palace), a movie theater, a Y. wages of sin for two thousand years, M. C. A. and n department Store for and the sinners keep right on with every ether man. The Knights of tielr work. ColumlTis and the Church Army have huts galore. .Altogether the camp The government has reduced the Is. indeed, "a home from hems" price of coal 10 cents n ton. Wonder even from an American home. Only w'hat the coal barons to to at times ono feels tempted to wonder make a liviii' now? If thejurny has been broughtto these camps lor a great "got 'together social Ernest Blrkhead says tie undercampaign or military training." takers business aint much sense so The great American public is cer- many of the doctors went to the war. tainly Itself neither effort nor money to keep its snldlen. amus"Witnesses: They are talkin' of bringing Billy "Belgium, France, England, Untied ed. There Is .provided for tbem a Scnday to Louisville. Hope they do. States of America, Hal and all other whirl of amusements stveh ns would Tinsley will hear some jreachln' put even Now York or pro-wIParls tht-nalllt-H.-" just 'cause Billy used to bo n capias vas Issuefl and directed to shame. For Instance. 1 see from baie ball fan. Tho bulletin of amusements, pubto Gen. Pershing and tho American nrmy for execution, directing that the lished by the divisional newspaper CAMP TATL.OR CROWDED. body of tho Kaiser bo brought before (of course, there is not only a .divi tho courts of the world lor condem- sional newspaper, but most companies May 31. Camp Louisville, Kr. nation. Tho indWitmcnt wus recorded' also run their own magazine) that Zachary Taylor has moro men In it y nnd will remain a permanent record llio American "select" (1. e. drafted than It has had slnco the gatef a of the big cantonment were thrown man) has for his diversion of Tnte County. e rtiolco between a dance, a musical open. The strength this morning wag comedy with beauty chorus complete, & I ew Samdred monethan 42,000 men GROW CAMPHOR IX FLORIDA. a Cinema show, six boxing entertain- and oIlcers. Tho first and on!' bearing icnmphor ments, an inltatlon into the local; The military city is fairly teeming plantation, of any sJro in thit icountry Masonic lodge and a lecture on Alas- with men. Of this number all belong Is located at Satsuma, Fla. It con ka. Strangely enough tho last will to the 156th Depot brigade and camp tains 2,000 acres of trees which last probttbly bo crowded. Tho American organizations, with the exception of year yielded 10,000 pounds of crudo has a most splendid zeal for the division which has about 12,000 camphor. men and officers In it. Every now and then some promiThis number is about what will be nent personage, such as a movie star transferred to Camp Sherman as the or an of the republic, S4th division can be seen that the IN comes to tho camp to toll them why division will move with less than half America Is in tho war. (As If they of its full strength of 27.000 men did not know!) Then all the officers However, It is expected to bo filled aro gathered togethor and tho visitor rapidly after It reaches Camp Sher shakes hands solemnly with each In man, both from several thousand men turn- - nnd say how pleased he is to now at that camp and from tho new Mrs. Godden Tells How It meet him. Sometimes ono begins to draft of this month and those to come havo doubts nbout thoso domocratic tho latter part of Juno. May be Passed in Safety principles, after nil. and Comfort. Sport is very properly a great fca-tu- KIKLUX KLAX RIDES of tho camp life. To tho timid THROUGH PARIS STREETS Fremont, 0. "I was passing through European, however, . tho somewhat forty- the critlcul period of life, being Paris. Ky., Juno 1. For tho first etx years or. age una disorganized ninnnor in which' It is had all the symp- conducted Is a llttlo alarming. Person time slnco tho closo of tho civil war, toms jncidenttothat ally, 1 would rather attack a Gorman ParH was vlsltod by a company of chanpjo heat flashmounted the "Kuklux Klan" es, nervousnes3,biid trench sybtom without any prelimiwas in a general run nary bombsrdmont than paes through on horaes and riding In automobiles down condition, so the mixed barruges of baseballs, foot- About quo hundred men clad In tho it was hard for me balls, basketballs, volly balls and In white rogalia of the Kuklux Kiun to do my work. Lydia E. Pmkham'a some w oat her. snowball, which are rod.' up Main street ami afterwards Vegetable Com- put down all over the camp during traraed every principal stret and pound was rocom-n- , recreation hours. lu these periods I thin .gh the negro settlements ilstrib " ended to me tta the shut mj self in my room and Rreteud uiLig circulars containing the followbest remedy for my trouble,), which ft 10 prepare a lecture lor my uexi ciajs. ing printed In red Ink: "NVjoo surely proved to be. I fool better and At moment like these It seems to uie Evciy body 'must work. Work meaus stronger in every wny sinco taking it, thai Sherman certainly had the right n days a week, no loafing will be aland tho annoying symptoms hav disap- Idea about war. lowed hare. No disloyal acts,, io peared." Mrs. M. GODDKN, 936 NaThere is one pretty custom which fooli-.l- i talk tolerated. This means poleon St., Frsmont, Ohio. Such annoying ' symptona ao heat I cannot omit to relate. At retreat eveiybody." Hashes, nervousiises, backache, heud-nch- each night tjio whole division turns The organisation and parade of irritability and "tho bluee," may out and stands at attention while from nowhero, uot a word bplng bo speedily overcome and the eysu-reatorod to normal conditions by this Old Glory Is haulod down. This is spoken by any one, is intended. as a famous root and herb remedy Lydia L accompanied by the "Star Spangled warning to those who have been cirPjnkbam'a Vegetable Compound. Uanuor" by such organisation) ' aa culating aatlitlous with the If any complications present them- have bantU and by the bugle eall "To inuntlou of causingliterature among disruptiuu selves writ tho Pinkham Medietas1 Co.. To tii.- 'olored laboring element, with Lynn, Maes., for suggestions how t the Coloi'6" by sueh as have not overoome them. The result ef for' uu.kes for a severe strain on both coujueu dJMMMug efteet to Hit years experience is at your service thja ar U)if ttuftibiMttun farmer, Htuaitfi! vonr letter held in strict ceafidense. anti-roomwlR-suirar , to-dato-nig- ht Tho hardships of nrmy llfo (In America) nro not hardships nt all, according to tho viewpoint of an English officer, who Is In this country assisting In tho training of tho National Army. In n letter to tho Bystander (London) ho pokes n bit of fun nt our passion for homo comforts and entertainment, and shows himself to bo somewhat astonished nt tho magnificent scnlo on which camp llfo Is His letter follows: conducted. Tho American cantonment is n wonderful thing. It Is built to contain about 40,000 troops, and in magnificence it far surpasses anything that wo havo been used to in Europe. Everybody in it has about as many cubit feet of air nt his disposal as an average platoon in a camp at homo. Indeed, my first question when I saw this camp was: "Dut where are soldiers to occupy this space?" Bryan's million men would havo got lost In It. However, I soon saw them. Tho American soldier Is not naturally n Individual, and It was only the vast spaciousness of his surroundings that for tho moment led mo to overlook htm. Not only in the matter of room have they got ua bent-cbut also in all tho comforts. Everyone has a bed, and thero Is abundant heat, water and lighting for tho humblest. Tho heating Is, It is true, a little unreliable; but on hcntless days, it has been pointed out, ono can nlways comfort oneself with tho thought thot if tho ieo plant were to liroalc down they could always use the furnaces. Those Amerlran Mosses. With true democratic principles the olllcers aro accommodated no better than tho men. Their messes nre as tho men's messes, only smaller. s or Thero nro.no vestrges of other such bvldencos of Eurcoiean militarism. Then their "enlisted 7iien" self-effacin, interesting plne. I hav niy ono real complaint against it i unely, that It Is dry. Still nftcr tho .iilxturc of chlorldo of llmo nnd pott'il, wheh wo havo got used to with tho II, E. F., oven pure Iced wnti r tastes llko noctar. Ewii moro lntorostlng to tho student of human nature nro tho American oldlcrs who havo been gathered togti-heInto theso cantonments. But I have already exceeded tho proper limits of a letter. Yours, II. W. Y. Cholera Morbus. This Is a very painful and dangerous disease. In almost every neighborhood someone has died from It inedlclno counld bo obtained or a physician summoned. Tho right wny Is to havo a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic nnd Diarrhoea Remedy In the house so as to bo prepared for it. Mrs. Charles Enyeart, Hunting ton, Ind writes: "During tho summer of 1911 two of my children were taken sick with cholera morbus. I used Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy and it gave them Imm mediate relief." BEADS ODDLY STRUXG By I. D. Claire. When they ketch the Kaiser I'm In favor of turning him over to the mercy of our own Tennessee nigger burners. 'gsygjrr---"- -- f NTct Contents j lSfluid Drachm i '. j -- r. .i I iia ,w n " Mm 1Z 1 , :. .,r.r -- n nun r.r.KT. AVcicJaWcPrcparntionfof' rr. v a m xSr H 'OF 13 IB. mat HI For Infants and Children. Always mm 1lnii Ihcblomauisano uo!iy Bears the -- :ii iA as' .. .:o Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria slm.Intin4UlcrocdyReti,; be-fo- ro .25 v- :?: -- i, v. - Thcrclyrromolineuiecsuw ' CliccrfulncssandRcstConUins nor neither Opium.Morphtnc f Signature of rAit x$ In Iinerftl.NoTXAncoTic .. TJ r'm SEgr'.S tizz h JiiUrbmnbSoiA Pan tfrti 'Sugar AhclpfuIRcmcdyfcr Constipilion and Diarrhoea Fcvcrishncss and a CASTU THCCCNTAUn eOMMNV, NCWTOBH Use For Over nnd ttci'- -' 'rcsultinhercfrojnjill!11 Tac Simile SitortZzr ... Hf-S- XnECESTACTCoW.VNT. ;l NEVvyuivi Thirty Years Tinsloy knows exactly when tho sign It right to Tietch fish but he won't tell. 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Send for our latest complete 1843 Starck BldfJ., CHICAGO THAT CHANGE You Can You e Whateve i v1 WOMAN'S LIFE want To Be ro ambition; erergy, nerve. You can be a success, and a big success, if you have t ht t r Tlie road to success is easy if you are properly prepared. A Business Education is the chief requisite J! for preparedness. The big men of today almost with- - r out exception are the men who prepared yesterday. c We prepare you for the position that are wnitiu 'I for die prepared man or woman. School m sotMion the entire year. Pupils may euter at any time nnd receive proper clasrifi cation. t ? e, m i :;:'i IB " (Incorporated) ' - 0WE.N5B0R0 KY. t - r i ' " Hattlesburg, Miss., Jun 2, 1918 Editor Republican, Hartford, Ky. I'ulilMiecl Weekly by jiAinrottn printing company The thrift stamp solo will open Mr. Editor. Just a line from Incorporated Juno 24. This Is not a cnll to give Camp. Wo Ohio county boys nt W. S. TINSLEY, but an Invitation to Invest for n fair Camp Shelby send our congratulation C. K. SMITH, nnd safe return. The govornmont to tho folks nt homo for the noble President mint have billions to prosecutes tho fight they have made for tho Red Editor war, and tho thrift stamp offers tho Cross. .10II.V HENRY THOMAS a manIt fills our hearts with Joy to pick V. S. TINSLEY, Associate Editor peoplo of tho humblest means ner of helping savo tho world from up tho dear old home paper nnd see nnd Business Malinger. tho beak nnd talon of tho merciless where tho folks nt homo are in tho Duty and patriotism demand fight the same ns we nro. Entered nccordlng to law at the Hun. Wo nro nil enjoying camp life and rostofflce, Hartford, Ky., n9 mall that every one share In this small way to build up a monumental sum arc only waiting for n chance to make matter of tho second class. Wear our dear old Kentucky famous ns did for tho federal treasury. to common clothes, eat coarser food and our fathers before us. Address nil communications Old Sergt. Hudson Is still hero save your mite to invest In thrift uepuoucan. j Tne Scc.-Tren- fThe Hartford Republican discharge their duties In tho punishment of criminals should be A LINE FROM (AMP. UY WAR SAVING STAMPS s. Pershing's army is at the active battle front. The seriousness of America's part if the world war has been brought home to everybody. ARE YOU DOING YOUR PART? H liaruoru stamps. Subscribers desiring the paper sent to a new address must give tho old address in making tho request. Business Locals nnd Notices 10c per line, nnd 5c per line for additional insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards of Thanks, 5c per lino, money in advance. Church Notices for services free, but other advertisements, 5c per line. Anonymous communications will receive no attention. ' notice to subscribers. TELEPHONES. Cumberland Farmers Mutual 123 50 JUNE The food administrator, with reference to tho limitation of wheat products, is inadequate and ineffective. Millers and merchants nro indeed required to report their sales, but no effective limitation is put on those who had flour in stock. The common-sens- e plan to put everybody on an equal footing would have been to have required everybody to lllo a statement, at n given time, of the amount of flour on hand. Tho patriotic citizen obeys tho food regulations as a matter of duty, and those who will not respect tho order as a matter of Justice and right should be forced to do so. The most remarkable Illustration of "presto change" we hrtvo recently witnessed appeared In the Ownsboro Messenger last week. Note these two editorials. "Everybody Is knocking the United States mail service and it ought to ' e criticised." This is one department of tho government nobody can deMessenger May 31.191S. fend." "Before you kick about your mall service, remember how the postofflce forces nearly everywhere have been shot to pieces by the selective ser The men are doing vice dmands. best they can." the Messenger June 1, 191S. F1UDAY and as full of his old dry wits ns ever. I saw him a mlnuto ago and he had a smile spread all over his beautiful map. I supposo ho had Just received a letter from Beaver Dam. Pete Barnard worked all day Saturday for running away to sco his lady friend at Frultland Park, Mississippi, Sunday evening. He says ho don't mind the work in tho least, for tho trip he had, out Joy riding with ' tho girls, nnd gathering flowers and peaches more than paid for tho work he had to do. Runt Harrel will fill his appoint ment nt Lumbcrton, Miss., Sunday evening. Sergt. Byron Williams still holds his position as county clerk. "AT EASE." I I It m 4y 1 1 i Eleven men charged with mobbing an alien enemy, at Edwardsvllle, 111., Perhaps tho alien were acquitted, i'j-- jf died of hydrophobia. H f I OW FINE they are in quality, how perfectly they cover the body, 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 the inexpensive luxury of under-clothin- g H yourself the satisfactory Munsing-we- ar i 111 I t'i BEADS ODDLY STRUNG. (By I. D. Claire) Many good Democrats will go to their graves honestly bellevln that If Hughes had been elected he would have got us Into war. Them aeroplanes we didn't build are mighty badly needed In Europe just now. ' It regretable to see our farmers devoting so much of their crops to tobacco. The price of that product is tempting, but the war will be won with food, not tobacco, and the highest duty demanded chief attontion to Is j j ' . food crops. A mob Mums two i I WEAK I ifn tie II III way. 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 lit most any body in the garment desired rf I 1 I 1 1 hswv I Billy Sunday saved 50,000 sinners attacked a negro cabin in in Chicago at a- - cost of SO cents a Texas, and after killing the four sons, piece. But them Chicago sinners nnd firing the cabin, shot down the always was a cheap lot. we mother while she was dragging the As a Republican newspaper dead bodies of her sons from the nnt rrltlclse the administration, William Jennings Bryan still gits Form-fittin- g Loose-fittin- g burning cabin. And still we talk ,ecauae the congressional elections his name in the prohibition papers. about the savage cruelty of the Huns. comlng on ana we nligi,t be accus- Woven Athletic Suits Knitted Suits for Men led of being malignantly partisan, CROP CONDITIONS. , ., Gen. Ferdinand Fosch enjoys a . lt ., fa vul to quote And Women. For Men. distinction and carries a responslbili-(th- e crU,clsm ot the Memphis com- County Agent Browder's report on shared by a human merclal Appeai, a ty never before orable crop conditions is not as being in ail tno annais oi war, Ho Democratic newspaper. Referring ns wo wnnlil Hkn to have It. The commands six millions of men, and tQ thfl alrplane scandal the Appeal ' wlient crop is exceptionally fine, with Holds tne lortunes oi me ireo puu- - s.ivs. Th,nk wnat lt WOuld mean if harvest already begun. Watt Taylor. . Ties of the earth In his hands. Truly riKhtful quota of air-'Matanzas. was the first grower to the pinnacle upon which he stands nlnnna on the western front. And start thn harvest. GET KID OF THEM. nnd nm feeling fine. Believe mo It is a dizzy one. norn nrosnects very noor: due to raise given the county by that board whv should not the nubile be told the was somo trip for me. tho bad stands and late planting. Avery Gen. Logan commented onthcexces-- . caused cnmn nf thn local food administra names of the men who Last week Buck Sparks was tried had n line time coming over. Was And referring to considerable part of the crop has slvo exemptions claims 01 me county. sl,ortage tors are overdoing and some of them Attnl trl Now tho cat Is out of the bag. Tho In circuit court and sentenced to ono sick n little one night, but altogether public not vnt linen nlanted. with iXTa thlnlr - . nmiiuwu ... year In the penitentiary and $500.00 lt was nearly like a pleasure trip. I uuW. nnueruuuiE .ui .!.... for ; For the first time in many years clerk has discovered that unskilled county food ad- - mone Ule u'Jeai would be wise for economy there Is a real shortage of tobacco tabulators of the assessors books in fine for operating a poker game In the can't tell you all I want to .but when to preach ministrator James to call a county llne..Bmernmt"". turn around and plants The county agent estimates numerous Instances made the allow-- ( city. This is the first timo . Rom 1 gut home, if I over do, you shnlf administrators, to the people and wages meeting of the local it does for the crop will be not less than 15 per ance 01 ?"&U exemptions rugaruicss uiur was ever given a penii'MUinry have all tho events nt once. The pay the exorbitant The' sentence for operating a game of weather Is cool now but spring will give them a general line of instruc- common labor. Example is better cent short on account of plant fail- of the class of property listed. .!, Numerous soon open up. tion and bring about some uniformi- tan precept." clerk and his deputies are now busy poker In this county. ure. ty of their action. and the task times men have been tried in tho I don't thing It will bo long till I are showing up splendid- making these corrections Meadows of work court hero for gambling, before a get to see the active sorvlce that I The Inefficiency of the postal ser ly, and the hay crop will probably will Involve a vast amount Did you register Wednesday? All Democratic Judge and prosecuting have been wanting; nt least I don't in the county clerk's office. vice amounts to a national scandal. excel that of any recent year. . young men who have become 21 attorney and they were" always let think I will be newsbefore greatest Democratic County Agent Browder met with One of years of age since June 5, 1917 are papers the the South recently said If off with a light fine and told to go comes, ha! ha! FOR SALE. of the farmers of the Matanzas communservice, required to register for draft Peas $2.90, and sin no more; only to find them Whlpporwill received your telegram whllo nt Burleson would not resign he should ity the first of the week to discuss operating tho same old gamo the Camp Merrltt. It came In handy. and if you did not register Wednesday h kicked out. and the Owensboro the feasability of constructing a lime German Millet ?3.00 at come before the local board and reg- Messenger recently said, next day as usual. This time a Re- Well, there Is not much to be said exACTON BROS. "Every- plant there. Indications are that 48t2 publican Judge and prosecuting at- cept everything Is lovely. ister at once. No personal notice is body is knocking the United States the venture will materialize. So will Tequlred. All persons affected are torney held office and my! What a close CULTIVATORS AND PLOWS. critWith lots of love. m mall service and it ought to be expected to take public notice of the 14 and 5 tooth Cultivators, Double difference, tho Jury returned a verYour son, TOO MUCH EXEMPTIONS. icised. This is one department of the fact. Shovel Plows, Vulcan New Ground dict of ono year in the pen and a The ROBERT. government nobody can defend." P. S. Mama, I wish you would buy When the committee from Ohio and Turning Plows, No. 12 Blue Bird fine of $5000.00. seems to be a shortage The excessive use of the side walks chief difficulty There is not one Iota of an excuse me a good pipo and send me abont a railway mail ser- county was before the State Tax Plows. by the Hartford boys bicycle brig- of employes in the for a gambler to exist in Owens- couple dollars worth of Prince Albert W. E. ELLIS & BRO. and the distributing offices, oc- Comisslon to get a reduction of the 47t4 ade has become a nuissance. The vice boro or anywhere else. They are tobacco. I know you won't want to notion of city counciy will take up this matter casioned by the Burleson parasites or leaches on society and send lt, but do It anyway, as tobacco economy. Another reason for it is at its meeting Tuesday night and will preying on the unsophisticated and is scarce here. (A few matches etc.) OLDEST BUILDING. system by THE adopt measures to protect pedlstrlans the Democratic spoils innocent and giving nothing in remm most of the experienced mall from this unnecessary, annoyance. Which turn. The News has always fought the NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION. service employes have been displacd The streets nre in good condition now, gamblers and blind tigers in tho city Some reand there is no excuse for running by "faithful Democrats." We want the name and history of the oldest building and we ask that the good work go may Equality, Ky., May 1st, 1918. cent experiences or incidents bicycles on the walks. Find the coupon in this issue and bring on and that the sentencing of Buck Notice of dissolution ot Brentwood' bo mentioned to illustrate the inef- in Ohio county. ot a Three Sparks be only the starting News.gen- Coal Company. The magistrates have taken upon ficiency referred to. This office has or mail to this office after you have filled it out. eral clean up. Owensboro Notice is hereby given that subscriber at Bloomington, 111. themselves the responslWllty of keep a new leading citizens of the county will canvass the returns and Coal Company, Incorporing the roads in order, and it is their Wo have received three separate notWhen wou have Backacho tho liver A cut of the buildplain duty to do so far as it is possi ices from the Postmaster at Bloom determine the most interesting report. or kidneys aro sure to be out of gear. ated, is closing up Its business nnd ble for them to do It. There are ington, Ind., that this paper, which Is ing, with its history, will follow in this paper and in the Try Sanol, it does wonders for the will bo dissolved by consent ot a makidneys Its trial practically impass- - clearly addressed to Bloomington, 111., some Courier-Journa- l. Mail or bring your liver,bottle will and bladder. AGet lt jorityofotMay, stockholders on tho 1st convince you. 50c day 1918. The can not be delivered; and to mend the Louisville Daily now, near mldjsummer. Jble at the drug storo 47t4 BRENTWOOD COAL CO. magistrates voted themselves $400 matter one of these notices had coupon to this office not later than June 15, 1918. We By E. S. Handle, President. each as an emergency fund, and why first miscarried to Hartford, Ohio. will appreciate these reports. NO ROOM IN NAVY. Leonard Handle, Secretary. Tho editor of this paped recently Hhould not they see these impassible received a registered lettr three days places are put In order? OLDEST BUILDING COUPON. Local editor of tho Hartford Herafter it was mailed at Narrows, a GREEN CLOTH GENTS ald, Rev. Walter Greep, failed to find A pretty story Is told, by the point only fifteen miles away. We Editor Republican, Hartford, Ky. the place in tho naval service, that we Hustler, of a poor widow also received a parcel post package With tho closing of the present term, mentioned last week ho was seeking, I believe the who gave 20 cents, all the money she from tho same point that was mailed and now will wait and tako his place of criminal court, Judge Slack dishad, to the Red Cross, The solici- six days previously. A letter here It In tho draft service. Rev. Groop posed of many important cases. Whllo to a place in history. tor begged her to keep the money, but recently had not reached Kronos is the oldest building in our county and is entitled way to make identification was anxious to get into tho war work, thoro woro only two porsons given Bhe said, "No, I will feel bettor it three days later. But tho most ludi- is located as follows (Please give location in a but wants a few days yet ot being penitentiary sentences, nearly $3,500 you take lt. It might help to save crous incident that has come to our twenty ono years did, tho ago requir- in fines wero assessod, mostly against eomo wounded soldior's life." If knowledge was that of a man who easy) porsons who have tried to make a lived tor draft service. millions abler than this poor widow mailed a registered letter in Detroit, m ing by tho uso of tho green cloth and to give but possessed her nobleness addresser to Hartford, left tho next WANTED round tables. Chief of Police Haynes FALSE TEETH OLD of spirit the task would be easier for day in an automobile, drove all the IF UKOKKN started tho good work, tho grand Jury DON'T MATTER 1 understand this building was erected in (give year) Wo pay up to 15 dollars per set. Also backed him up, and Judgo Slack those who are charged with raising way through, and beat the letter and cash tor Old Gold, Silver and broken here. It is not our purpose to critifunds for this noble work. Remarks Attorney Claudo Jewelry. Check sent by return mull. Commonwealth's cise the local postoffice, which is Goods held 10 days for sender's ap- Smith came to the rescue of both in Denouncing the inadequacy of a perhaps kept as the average proval ot our offer. Mazer's Tooth seeing that tho law was enforced. life sentence for Irvln Anderson, the office, but only mall deposited or Specialty. Dept. A, 2007 S. 5th St., Owensboro Inquirer. Signed outlaw who murdered officer 43115 Philadelphia, Pa. received here comes under our perm in Louisville recently, the sonal obsrvation. I Carson (EL Company i I ol of l ..,. cy 1 ......- 1 ( grny-halrc- d tho-tim- o i 1 I A mud-hol- es 46-- yr Mad-isonvll- lo as-we- Fltz-glbbs- on Address SOLDIER HOY'S LETTER. OUR PRICES. Louisville Times publishes in bold face typo the names of the men whom Do you get up at night? Sanol is belief as to the oldest building. You are limited to one expression of Mrs. I. S. Mason, ot Beaver Dam, Millet seed $3.00 per bushel lt believed failed to properly dis- surely the best for nil kidney or bladreceived tho following letter from her Stock peas der troubles. Sanol gives relief in $2.50 per bushel charge their duty as Jurors. Tho Bring this coupon to our office or mail to us not later than Juno 15. son, who is "Over There. Written Soy beans 24 and blad$4.00 per bushel Times' action Is commendable. Court flil hours form nil backacheirnnrantand trnllMpa Sinr.1 fa n This coupon will not appear in subsequent Issues. If you aro interested May 11, and received June 2. D. L. D. SANDBFUR, officials, whether Judges, Juries or;remedv DOc and ?100 a botUo at Dear Mother. I arrived hero O. K., 49t-- l clip it now and bring or send it In to us. Beaver Dam, Ky. 4C-attorneys, who fail to faithfully tho druc store. '- - -v-ar- r-fj :i4WMJrtwih Mr Rownn Holbrook and son, wero In Owensboro, Wednesday Smith II vlsltod frk week. ,c-r- , ! of Dyersburg, T"in , untl relatives hero this !9ro$sssMsrassMro& f Hot Weather i Mr Homer Martin, of routo C, ed on lis whllo In town Monday. call- Soo Gerard's Four Years In Germany at tho Star Theater Monday afternoon and night, Juno 17. Miss Wlllyo Llndlcy, of Point Pleas County Pood Administrator Clnr-onc- o Jamf" of Cromwell, was In to (L sco us Mori'lay. Miss Lul Sullongr, of Owensboro, who had brn visiting relatives In tho county, returned home Monday. i PH0INIX SILK HOSE ALL COLORS MATERIALS Anticipating the usual warm weather 'iye began preparing months ago for it. Our store' is filled with these sheer materials that will make this exceedingly warm weather pleasant to you. ant, returned to her homo from Georgetown College, last Friday. Mrs. Luntta Blankenshlp, of Beaver Dam, Is "pending tho week with splendid assortment of plain and fancy Voils, from 15c to 35c yard. Fancy and plain Organdies 12 VI;, 20 and 25c yard. Tub Silk, splendid for men's shirts and ladies' dresses, 35, 50 and 75c yard. .White and fancy Skirting 35, 50, and $1.00 yard. 'A Ready-to-We- ar Department. Ladies' sheer quality waists $1.00. Crepe De Chine and Georgett waists $3.50 to $8. White Skirts $1.25 to $3.50. Silk Skirts $4.98 to $8.98. Crepe De Chine dresses $13.50 to $20. i Misses Mary Thomas and Martha hqr son, county clerk Blankenshlp. Qulscnborry, of Fordsvlllo, wero visitors with tho family of Mr. Charllo W. B. Brown, of Centcrtown, who Carden from Saturday until Monday. registered for selective draft servlco with tho looal board Wednesday, has Gerard spent four years nt the no other name than "W. B..". Tho Gorman Court, and Tho Star The- "W. B." is a name, not Initials. ater will show tho Insldo history of FOR SALE Large Span Gray tho period of German perfidy, Juno Horses, 17 hands and 1 inch, and 16 17. hands and 3 Inches high. 9 and 10 Perfectly gentlo and Misses Kennedy and Mary Collins years old. left yesterday for Barretts Ferry, never known to scare at anything, whero they will spend a week with and work anywhere. Will sell nt a bargain. Apply to tho family of Mr. and Mrs. Sam W. E. ELLIS, 49t2 Hartford, Ky. Miss Wlnnlo Wilson has cancelled We have Just recently undergone hor contract to teach at Rob Roy, and The has accepted a position with tho fac- a thorough ulty of Central Grove High school, at books and accounts of our business have been audited. Wo find a largo McHcnry. number of old accounts that havo Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Keown were been permlttcd'to run too long. Tho In Louisville tho first of tho week to tlmo Is now at hand when wo must sco their son Lieut. Gllmore Keown, Insist on immediate settlement of all We should rewho will leavo soon for Camp Sher- past due accounts. gret to be compelled to enforce payman, Ohio. ment of these and will thank on: of Davo Ford and friends to call at onco and settle. Tho families house-cleaning. $1.50 to $2.00. Give Courteous Attention When Telephoning ?4.- - sswss ymn . Hi4b Clothing Co. HARTFORD, KY. At James Hancock added two more names to the American census this week. A girl at Mr. Ford's and a boy at Mr. Hancock's. OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. 49tl (Incorporated) FERTILIZER FOR SALE. Just received a car load of Jones If you desire to save time and worry in hot weather see our money. f l& A I department, and remember that it pays to trade with a house that saves you ready-to-wear potato and tobacco grower. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. way, located in Atlanta, Ga., visited a few days his mother and sister, here CONFESSED GUILT. this week and last. Fred May, with tho Southern Rail- Concentration and courteous attention given to a telephone conversation is a mark of respect that will be appreciated. T&x&'S'Gb, (The Hoover Brothers have bought the Bottling works operated by Mr. Walter Park on Center street, and will comblno tho two plants with their business, near the depot. Hartford Republican The Gerard film ran three weeks at a Louisville theater. Mr. Garfield Barnard, section foreman at Dundee, wns among our call ers Monday. Fill DAY. tf h fouth B. & E. Bound. It. R. TOOT TABLE. No. 116 James P Turley, of Hartford, en9:05 a. m. One at Hartford listed for naval service, at Rorth Bound, No. 114 last week. ..6.45 p. m. One at Hartford (Both "Mixed" Trainf.) Mosley IJ. Maddox, of Rockport, enlisted at Owensboro Tuesday for service In the navy. I Personal News and Social Events, I Miss Hazel Everly, who had been visiting in Owensboro for some time, returned home Monday. Ed Lee Bullock and Ed Jackson, both of Kronos, were before Judge Cook Tuesday on a charge of a breach of the peace, alleged to have been committed by using loud and boister ous language, and otherwise dlsturb-in- e the neace at a party given In tho Misses Dolllo Bean and Cecil neighborhood recently. The accused of Owensboro, former Ohio plead guilty to the charge and wero county girls, spent Sunday In Louis- given fines, with the cost added, of ville, and visited friends among the $10. each. soldier boys at Camp Taylor. OUR TWIN' KINGS. Gerard's four years in Germany was shown at $1.00 and $1.50 in Hartford's twin Kings, familiar many cities In tho country. See It at characters on the streets hero for the Star Theater Juno 17, afternoon nearly half a century, have departed and night, for SG cents for adults for other fields of enterprise. John and 33 cents for children under 12. has moved with his family to Canton, 111., and Dan is employed at Owens Jailer Worth Tichenor and wife boro, and will move to that city soon. went to Indianapolis Saturday to see John and Dan, like the rest of us, their son, Frank, who Is In tho army had their faults, but at tho core were service there. They returned Mon- good and useful citizens. Wherever day night. Mr. John Bell acted as the troubled wero in distress, the Jailer whllo Mr. Tichenor was away. sick to be nursed or the dead to be burled, John and Dan were there to Mrs. J. F. Saleo and baby, of East lmi.l a willinc hand. If there was a St. Louis, 111., are visiting Mrs. Sal-ee- 's well to be dug, a wall to be papered mother, Mrs. R. R. Wedding. or a flag to be raised, the twin Kings The Salees wero called several days were there ready for tho service. ago to the bedside of Mr. Salee's Hartford citizens will sincerely regret mother, who is vry ill at her home in the removal of the twin Kings from Central City. the city. Kuy-kcndo- ll, Frequent interruptions and requests to repeat mar the pleasure of the talk. Concentrate on what is being said and talk with a smile.' Courtesy is like oil to machinery the lack of it will cause friction and friction in telephone talking is a thing to be avoided. O.i, When you Telephone Smile a ., CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY Incorporated W. W. HARRIS, Manager, Hartford, Ky. RED CROSS RECITAL. On Thursday, June 13th, 1918, at 8:30 P. Mm at tho College Auditorium, a recital will be given by Misses La Vada Foster, Pianist, Bessie Flowers, reader, and Joella Skiles, soprano. The entire proceeds will be used for the benefit of the Red mm u, , : Hay for Sale. ,,' Mr. U. S. Carson. J. C. Her was In Louisville ;s SL :) Eastman. Kodaks and Films, at J. j o.j 11. iappans "" ' Mr. Dave Tuttle, of Pattleville, was In Hartford Monday. Mr. Pos Davenport, of Rochester, was In town Tuesday. V Mr. E. WttD JU A. White, of Horso Branch, AUWUUU. Wu Mr. Walter Greop was In Hopklns- vlllo Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. J. S. Bean, of Horso Branch epent last week In Louisville. Mr. John Logsden, of Mt. Pleasant, was among our callors Tuesday. Mr. Ira Bean is in Now York fall goods for Carson & Co. Miss Amba Ford Is visiting hor ulster. Miss Nancy Font, at ureenvmu. Mrs. W. L. Acton, of Port Clinton, Ohio, is visiting hor sister, Mrs. B. S. Ellis. ' ' ur. Arvis Wedding, of Narrows, was a Republican ofllco visitor Wednesday. Mrs. Ella Ferguson, of Nashville, is visiting Miss Wlnnlo Davis merman. Mr. Darrol Hicks, of Owensbtro, was the guest oi jur. 1,133110 'at Dundee, from Saturday until Mon- - iiiw". Dr. Charlie Heavrln, of Louisville, RED CROSS NOTES. The rains of Sunday were general who is Just beginning to recuperate Tho Render and Williams Branch over the county, and hundreds of from a long attack of serious illness, American Red Cross will organize acres of tobacco were set. due to breakdown from application Sunday afternoon, June 9th. to his work, is with his brother, Mr. .An American flag will be raised at David Wilson, son of Mr. A. N. Wil- M. L. Heavrln, and will spend sev- Render at 3 o'clock, by Render Local No. 3534 United Mine Workers of son, of Beaver Dam Route 1, Joined eral weeks here! America. the navy, at Louisville the first of the Hartford has two of Ohio county's week. Short talks will be mode by Rev. oldest citizens, Mr. W. B. Render, Litchfield, .of Hartford, Chairman of Commonwealth's attorney C E. who is 93 and Mrs. Luclnda Shanks, Extension work, American Red Cross. Smith returned Tuesday from Hawes-vlll- e, who is 97. Both of these venerable Ohio County, and by a representative where he had been attending old citizens are in excellent health, of the Union. and wo hope they may bo with us Immediately after these exercises circuit court. for many years yet. everybody is Invited to Williams Grove, where on American Flag will Mr. John May, federal revenue Tho war department has called on be raised, also a service flag by Wilagent, of Central City, was hero a few days last week looking after the tho draft boards for 220,000 men to liams Local No. 365 United Mine be sent to the cantonments about Workers of America. stamp tax on deeds. Juno 20. It is not yet known whethTalks on American Red Cross will Wo still have a number of subscrib- er or not Ohio county will bo called be made by Rev. Litchfield, of Harters whose yellow slips on their paper upon to Bend a part of this number, ford, Mr. A. D. Kirk of Hartford, would look bettor If the date was but it probably will. and Mr. John H. Barnes of Beaver moved up a few yoara. Dam, and a representative of the Messrs. Owen Hunter, of tho Bank United Mino Workers of America. During these exercises, permanent Miss Beulah Moore, llnotypo oper- of Hartford, Roll Riley of the Clti- ator at this office, was the guest of fzens Bank and W. S. Tinsley, of the officers will be elected and the Branch EVERYBODY COME. Miss Ruth Woller, at Dundee, from Hartford Republican, assisted with- organized. out remuneration, tho local exempSaturday until Monday. The proceeds of tho young ladles' tion board In registering tho young tea room for will bo deEd Nail, a Hartford colored boy men who appeared for registration voted toward buying a sewing for the Red Cross work room. who went to Camp Taylor with next Wednesday. to tho last quota sent from this counLet us all glvo tho tea room a liberal Judgo J. E. Foglo and son, Mc- patronage ty, has been made a corporal. Dowell, will leavo Monday for a visit Kentucky's allotment of Red Cross Mr. Leslie Carden and wlfo, of with Judgo Foglo's daughter, Mrs. funds was $900,000 and tho stato Fordsvlllo, wero tho guests of Mr. T. B. Petrlo, at Indianapolis, Indiana. 'rai8ed $1,900,000 Cordon's father, Mr. Charlie Carden, Thov will later co to Casey county rl JKy., to spend some time with the ONLY THE SMALL BIRDS SING. from Saturday until Monday. Judge's old friends and relatives I Havo you thought of it: it is only the small birds that sing? You never Mrs. A. B. Riley and children re- there. heard a note of a song from the oaglo Sunday from a visit with tho turned Wo havo repoatedly given notice in your life, nor from tho turkoy or Dr. ut Camp Taylor. Tho Doctor that this newspaper will under no tho ostrich; but you have heard It will probably ship for Franco soon. publish communica- from tho robin and the lark and tho circumstances and tho canary, and We mocking-bir- d C. E. Smith, who had spent tions not signed by tho sender. Mrs. several weeks at Sebreo, during tho w 111 withhold tho name when desired, how thoy can sine! So It Is from tho long illness of her father, Elder W. but must know wlo is responsible for little folks that wo expect tho best Ob and sweetest things, the most cheor- B. Wright whoso death occured a tho statements communicated. servance of this rule would save ' fill nnd mnst Invlm' wnrk. Rn. tnn. tlmo ago, returned homo short ) wo expect to hear thorn as they go. stamps, stationery and tlmo. ma-chl- no J Cross. These young ladles come to us highly recommended from Logan College, Russellvllle, Kentucky.where Misses Foster and Flowers have graduated in piano and expression, and where Miss Skiles has studied voice for four years. They will give a recital at Rockport, Wednesday, June 12th, and at Beaver Dam, Friday, June 14th. Have installed two shower baths at plant. Will be ready for bathing llonday. June 2nd. Will give free boths until June 10th, inclusive. Time for bathing will bo limited to 15 minutes when another is waiting. Thirty minutes will be the limit under any circumstances. Will charge 15 cents a bath after June 10th. Rooms strictly private. Ladios with tho proper escort are cordially invited. Will And instructions how to operate water and steam in each bath room posted on walls and doors. Also find rules and regulations which will b enforced. We are equipped to give you any temperature of bath. 4St4 m QUISENDERRY-GAITIIE- a good time, and hope the home folks are well. I hope to seo you all again some day. I guess you and Willie are farming now. The people don't do much . farming in this country. Tell all of the boys that I am all right, and If you know Horace's address let mo know in your next letter, for I want to write to him. This is a good place and I like it fine for the time I havo been here, but I don't know how long I will be here. I like the English "Tommys" fine. My address is Fort Ben Johnson, American Troops, War-gr- et Camp, Warehan, Dorset, England. mc? POULTIIY WANTED! -- Will pay the following cash prices up to June 8: Hens, 20a Roosters .13c 12c Ducks Oc Geese Turkeys 10c DAVIDSON, SEA ADAMS CO. W. E. ELLIS & BRO., Managers. 48t2 U. S. Food Administration License No. G04781. SCHOOL HOARD MEETS. A meeting of the County Board of Education was held in tho office of the Superintendent Mondny. Only Nat Lindley, of Pt. Pleasant, Henry Carter, of Narrows and Robert Goff, of Rosine, were present. Only routine business was discussed. Among tho most important of this was tho failure, so far, of Ozna Shults to make a settlement of tho county's funds with the county Judge. Mr. Shults made his settlement with tho state, but although the law requires that hi make a settlement with the county court within ten days after tho expiration of his term of office, he has so far failed to perform that duty. HEEDS I SEEDS! The best quality of Cane Seed, Broom Corn, Pumpkin, Whipporwlll Peas most any kind of field sood you want. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. 47t4 ELLIS ICE CO. Mr. Claudo Qulsenberry, of Dundee, Miss Gertie Oaither, of Cedar Grove, wore married at the court houso here Wednesday. Judge Mack Mr. Cook performed the ceremony. Qulsenberry is a son of Mr. R. W. Qulsenberry and Miss Galther is the daughter of Mr. Johnie Galther. The groom is 19 and the bride 17 years of ago. and LETTER TO FATHER. The following letter was wrltt.cn to 5lr. Luther Johnson, of Roslne, by written April 18. his son In England My Dear Father. I thought I would write you a letter to let you all know that I am well, and having UM - ! ..l aun. groans from suffering human beings. powder, 3 tablespoons shortening. Collodion 30 UA?"?. "FCrCNCCS. tororfrwouid. ,. rnraniil lrntl villa Liquid sulllcicnt to mnko soft dough "The wart should bo touched with FAIHIIANKS GROWS WEAKER. Mix, form and bake as above. this solution two or three times a dny, ,j C CLIFFORD M. LEWIS. 1 cup corn- - each time the 111 m of collodion being Cornmeal Biscuits. M.nager May 22. While meal mush (well cooked), 1 cup bar- removed. Indianapolis, Charles W. Fairbanks, former Vice ley flour or other dry substitute. 2 --.vrt.'." tablespoons shortening, 4 tea- SOUTH AMERICA WILL i President, who is HI at his home here, ZIZZEIJK'i teaspoons baking spent a more restful night last night spoon salt, 2 RE CAUSE OK NEXT WAR than the previous ho is gradually powder. Liquid, if necessary, to make growing weaker, and his condition is stiff dough. Add salt and shortenSeattle, Wash.. Juno 1. The Unit causing his physicians much anxiety. ing to cornmeal mush, beating thor- ed States must have a training school THE Mix with this tho dry ma- for 40,000 olllcers and raise an nrmj Dr. J. A. MacDonald, tho physician in oughly. SEWINO chief announced terial and baking powder sifted to- of 20,000,000 men before tho Hun MACHiNK Used Years gether. Work in lightly, add liquid can be thoroughly crushed, according OF QUALITY. if necessary.form Into small UNSl'EAKAIH.E TURK to Father Thomas Ewlng Sherman, .MASSACHKKINK AGAIN and bake very thoroughly. Sour Stomach. son of Gen. William T. Sherman, of (Enough for 12 ) 1 Civil War fame. Cornsticks. This is a mild form of indigestion. cups cornmeal, 4 teaspoon salt, NOT London, May 20. The Turks have It is usually brought on by eating too "The only arguement for a SOLD teaspoons baking powder, 1 rgg. gun is a rapidly or too much, or of food not resumed the offensive all along the 2 gun", declared Fa suited to your digestive organs. If Caucasian front and havo occupied 1 tablespoon sirup, if desired, 1 table- - ther Sherman, who is a Seattlo n ANY you will cat slowly, masticate your Van, says a dispatch from Tlflls dated cups milk. or. "It is not a military posslbllin fat (melted), 1 OTHER May 12. Another Armenian masHave the mixture smooth and food thoroughly, cat but little meat to dismember the German empire. We NAME. Have the pans hot anil fill them only can drive tho Germans out of France, and none at all for supper, you will sacre has been begun. Tho negotiations for a separate 3 full. Smooth the top of dough but we con not change the German more than likely avoid the sour stom WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. The Woman's Tonic ach without taking any medicine peace between the Caucasian Diet and with a knife. Bake quickly but spirit of militarism. Our next war If you purchase the NKV HOMK you will whatever. When you have sour the Ottoman Government have been with Germany will be over South have n life asset nt the price you pay, and will stomach take one of Chamberlain's broken off on account of the exorbinot havenn cndlciui chain of repairs. Sold Evorywhoro Muffins. (12 small American possessions." Tablets to aid digestion. m tant demands of the Turks. muffins.) 1 cup rolled oats (packed). . r. a Quality cup cornmeal, teaspoon salt, "SKI" AT $11 A QUAKT IX 1IKYKST STATE IX UXIOX I 2 2 " teaspoons baking powder. 1 I QUICK SENTENCE FOR HUN. w Considered tablespoon shortening (melted), 2 it u the Wheeling, W. Va.. June 1. West tablespoons syrup, 1 egg (beaten sep Sedalia, Mo., May 25. "To hell For Infants and Children Virginia Is the ilryest state in the arately), 4 cup boiling water, Cheapest with Uncle Sam. He never did anything for me, and I am for the Kaiser, In Use For Over Years to cup milk. Scald the oats with whole United States, according to a m the end the boiling water, cover and let stand State Deputy Prohibition Commis-statemeanyway!" Fred Esser, a German, is Always bears to buy. the by J. Walter Beem, Chief 1 hour or until cool. alleged to have said. Fifteen minAdd to this the utes later Fred began serving a Six- - Signature of salt, syrup, shortening, egg yolk and sloner. As an Indication of how efIf you want a rcwIdc machine, wrlto for. milk. Beat well. Add the meal and fective prohibition has become he our latest catalogue before you purchase. months' sentence in the county Jail baking powder.sifted together, then said that while there is some "pocket Tfce New Home Sevrae Machine Co., Orange, Mass.'1 for his unpatriotic remarks. He Is EXTIKE DIVISIOX AT CAMP r the stiffly beaten white of the egg. selling" going on the retail price of married and has a family. . TAYJ.OK OHDEUED .MOVED Bake slowly one-ha- lf hour in mullln liquor Is $14 a quart. vv- ti'di J" ---pans. 41 TEACHERS EXAMINED. Louisville, Ky., May 27. Major Potato-CornmeAMERICAN ARMY MULES Muffins. (15 General Harry C. Hale, commanding TO WEAR GAS MASKS small muffins.) 1 cup mashed potato, Examination for colored teachers the Eighty-fourt- h division of the na- 1 cup cornmeal, 4 teaspoon salt, 3 was held at the court house Friday tional army, late y announced Washington, May 31. Every horse "HU11C'. Only two applicants the receipt of orders for the removal teaspoons baking powder, 2 table and Saturday. appeared, R. D. Newton, of Beaver of the entire division, excepting only spoons syrup, 1 tablespoon shortening and mule In the American expedi LA1DHECHANTCS Dam, and Roxey E. May, of McHenry. the artillery regiments, to Camp Sher I (melted), 1 egg (beaten separately), tionary forces soon will be equipped Newton made a first class and the man, Chilllcothe, Ohio. About twenty- - liquid about 1 cup. Medium soft bat- with a new type of gas masks, which ter. Bake very thoroughly 2 hour. It Is declared, will make them imMay girl a second class certificate. five thousand men are affected. The 300 ARTICLES -- 300 ILLUSTRATIONS Muffins. (15 small pervious to gas attacks. The masks Newton taught in the colored schools time of the removal was not set. ArKEEP Informed of the World's Progress in of Ohio county several years ago. but tillery regiments will continue train- muffins.) 1 cup cooked rice, 1 cup are coming from a specially equipped rawer ami san ana am tne 1 amlly. Jt appeals 4 teaspoon salt, 3 tea- factory at the rate of 5,000 a day, tho cornmeal, In recent years has been teaching in ing on to all classes Old and Young- - Men and Women. the ranges at West Point. , iub f .ToniB spoons baking powder, 2 tablespoons gas defense service announced t obn tnmuj;hout dinnaxiDfi la inouftnai OI " Butler county. Iko world. Ourrirelcn This order will apply only to syrup, 1 Vrrr.),no4tnUrron,tntl7ii the witch tablespoon shortening, 1 egg and are going rapidly to France. (or ILiDji new aad lourwllng oJ It If " the men who are now at Camp Tay- (beaten separately), liquid e about 4 Written So You Can Understand It FURTHER HESTRICTIONS OX lor. The draft men who are coming ottn l,N" Dprlwiil (10 TagM) mj v,r i .. Jf GUARANTEED SERVICE i laciitai limn mr nrknn i nri ann WHEAT NOT PROBABLE in this week will be assigned to the cup. Medium soft batter. Bake thor- STRAIGHTEN "ALMOND EYES." mnnn mm iiiiuui b(j uu Linn (17 l'o(eai iinmai oughly about One hundred per cent hour. ) for tha 'Por autur MtchMlci 159th depot brigade, and after they i.itjDOHieiornftsninintfielliriOwlnriiaKlri Talne. Special work for W. A curious fad has taken root in "Washington, May 25. Futher re- are trained may be sent to Camp 'V "? irmnn utiiiii tnclntw, jioali. bniw .nvr.rin.iieni ruillUUIP, r.3. IWDlildl ID AVHAT CAUSES WARTS AND O. W. Japan. This is alteration, by the sur ttructlotu for the Muchnjlc, Camper nU Uporttmaa strictions on the use of wheat are be- Sherman. VS.BO rCR TKAR ftlNQLC COPIES, lie HOW TO REMOVE THEM geon's knife, of tho shape of tho eye, W. r. STEVENS, w TrM by somo officials of the food lieved rfr MWMeier mr flt mm ftv hMmw. It is thought the order means that ftevnitl copy Will b it fttUMl, . r. D. 7. so that tho Japanese will not bo disHartford, Ky. administration to be unnecessary. another big draft will be ordered at POPULAR MECHANICS MAGAZINE Warts need little description. For tinguished as "almond-eyed.- " Representing Continental y n. micRistin nvanua, cniCAOO The Food administration figures an early date. The division commanB) Marble & Granite Co. show that on May 4 there were forty-fiv- e ded by Gen. Glenn at Camp Sherman tho most part they are simple affairs operation Is said .to bo simple and occurring most frequently on the painless. million bushels of wheat on has probably left for France. Of farms, and thirty-seve- n million bush course Gen Hale will leave Camp els in elevators. About twenty-thre- e Taylor for Camp Sherman with the million bushels of wheat, its equiva- Eighty-fourt- h division. AMD CURE ILUNCS lent In flour, Is held by dealers. The allies havo asked that during GEHMAXS ASKED TO GO Way, June nnd July sixteen million WITH 15AKEFOOT THIS SU.MMEH. bushels a month is wished. This will leavo an approximate balanco of fifty-sev1 ' Amsterdam, May 26. "Go barefoot JJLtLJ . J'H million bushels to meet domes- this summer and help tho Fathertic requirements until the new har- land" U tho latest patriotic catchFHR ffQUOHS vest, which food administration of- word to be placarded in Germany. " ijtTCliJ.IL5 fnal Collio Free ficials beliovo will bo sulflclent If the nlarming scarcity AHD ALL THROAT AM) L'lHU IftOiJtlCS, "In view of tho am jmlw WWi in people continue to out substitutes as of leather, rich and poor alike should avd. GlTAKATJv.L'iJlJATlBFAuAUllI'I at proteut. dispense with boots and shoot)," says AND THE MEMPHIS WEEKLY iiui. i&uiix ?wviriii:i. BrrjB.'CZlK&BPiLBr'XyYZ an explanation of tho placard In the AISL'SKIl Cltl'KMaV Rueiulsche WostfalUcho Zellung, of Commercial-Appe- al MEAICAX Hl'liltOS Essen. The old are urged to set an .TvVtf If foawintto enffeed ffc, ;. ..' taA&SJ4feStM 1 In life u must kriei '"Xjfcv example for the young. wlut li,e'.v In bimlfiew tod twbJ; l r 1 rS Fit cts4 BOTH ONE YEAH FOR m itt, out oftme.,iir-- 4 toil !nr. Uaj. (A. M. Barnes. "Why not walk on your bare feet the rati tet u.i the Crlt Ut il.iJ Que of the distressing alghU in this summer?" says the Zeltung. Moxko U the brutal treatment to Neither old nor young need ha iHOOun ' AHonr.rrNOCO. afr mIr' ,lwhich the patient, plodding burro U ashamed to walk barefoot anywhere j i. Ciiawiii li w tub -s id lu. . HubjMted. The Mexican, generally, zUy tt home, lu the streets, at school coin ... us.. N ' ALL JL O JJutlti.M Jui'it t ln rssft htterwtlnx uul auatal auiitu. cbJ ,' , ,J JWZ . lore flowers and birds, and he in or in church." , till 1 Dm UK(et aiouey'i wwla. kry tuouti tl4 u .. kind after fabhlon to the smalt an-- t C.J f'.npc'ni F.ict'cfiExclua'vi'300 Plcture-- i 300 Articles i, .t ftE imal about the homo, but toward the By special arrangements, wo uro enabled to furnish thoho two negroes were bemoaning Twokit for wilrUefti. All tho nsw tAtt tai fc.k rt, t TJntU! p. r&tant C3e', i InvtntlorK la eltctrlcltj- uul vrliU., a ' W3H4NCTQM. burro, hie most valuable and loyal their hard luck, when one said: P papers at this low rate for a limited time. C. JI tutoraoMlM nnd ter oInr, la uuewail. ad aervant, hit heart seems to be made "Why, nigger. 1 am so onlucky dat if 5 Is a largo and ono of the very bunt pu- Tho Commcrchil-Appea- l w rl it u.vituitrT', KwtainlrmSn.-atha- . of atone. A burro's Mexican master h was raining soup my plate would pun, published in tho South. Cash nitiht lu till casus accompany MctTMrrr u.i. .unuii.' i 'iiiE.iuuin. ni.il irr furniture, autuuu'JiilatnoprcpeJii.a&o. aeldon thinks of feeding him. Be- be turned upside down." ' oa til order. This rato is applicable to rcuotwtls uud new bubicrlb- It le fullf loor.CTrnAl.lrir. ldria. tween working times, he is turned era alike. The olhor replied: "Dat's nothing It U.iilliU plain taU! for rjeuaci ivira. out to pick up what ha can. Any- compared will my luek. Why, if it IS Cit a Coft 51.B0 a thing that he can make headway was-- t was raining money I'd be in Jail. Oft It Aura a UFKlralir r wilt" direct to COOD iipujxcrwiiaa3iif, usrouim laming will do. His chief susten- Right Way Magazine. SEND YOUR ORDER TO UTtW Ul J ance is the meaqulte, which. Ilk the a--c fiUU fntt M mtiXn tij Sv hardy little animal himself, aeewa to Secured or Your Mor.oy Back grip on Ufa re amid the liava e TOR FLETCHER'S ? uiojt arid aott. Ofill on The Rcpobllcaa for Flno can tko it at cotugt or bn wail. Wriuto-tiS- u i S MUWI.HMMI 1'IMUTlfUl. WUSSSi COLLtUK Qa14r0O! li ihown J J lob Prlatlnff: aucan, hj f was full of people, who were celebrating tho holiday. Dau opened fire, piercing Williams' coat and vest, and the bullet lodged In a plug of tobacco over his heart. Williams fired at close range nnd Ramsey came to his relief. Dau turned cast on Main street flourishing his revolver as ho went, but as it was empty tho mar-shodid not again shoot. Dau traveled 200 yards before he gently lay down in a vacant lot adjoining Main street, all tho time flourishing the gun. He died shortly after. ls -. hands. "Although they may develop his WIIKATI.ESS llllHADS MAY UK MADK I1V TIIKSK RE( iPES'ln certain diseased conditions and at freighter. Whether times Feeni to develop In conjunction Ccnlritl Vlty Mini Who TlirentenrMl tho load weighs thrco hundred or five hundred pounds it goes on, till often Is Futility Wounded. In view of tho very serious short- wlthdlsturbances of tho Intcrnnl onk'cri It is coming tl bo believed," tho poor little beast sinks bonoath age of wheat which will bo felt with Contral City, Ky.,May 31. Rob- the bunion oro many stops hnvo boon vcr Increasing prcssuro until tho now says tho Journal of tho American yenra, was tnkon. crop is harvested, tho U. S. Govern Medical Association, "that they nro ert Dan. ngecl twonty-flvs and arc It Is wonderful, however, how great inont urges that every ono reduce his cnuRcd by shot nncl fntnlly wounded by Marshal A crop of littlo consumption of wheat to a minimum, probably .Tcss Williams and Night Marshal C. a load tho patlont, Somehow his Blon- Tho plea is that wo abstain totally warts may seem to resist every trent-froC. IlaniHcy Thuradny afternoon at 5 burro can carry. ' ont, nnd suddenly without any o'clock on Hroad street, Just across der legs keep their grip on tho earth, wheat, In so far as Is possible, from the postollkc. Young Dan, who his back steadies ltsolf to the strain, for the next fow months, in order that nown cnusativo Jnllucuco disappear U the only child of John Dau, an old and ho plods on, dumbly, bravely, wo may contribute all wo can to- within n fow days. "Local treatments directed to tho resident of the town, had not been nt with no thought of revolt. I havo ward tho vital need of our solillcr.i staggering and our allies. warts nro usually successful in rework for several days In the mines seen burros In Moxlco The following tested recipes for moving theso unsightly protuberances here due to the condition of his wife's from sido to side, like drunken men, health. It Is said he started an argu under tho weight of the bunion they whcatless breads havo been Issued by Among tho cschnrotlcs that havo been ment with his wife and threatened were carrying. The brutal driver the Office of Extension Work of tho suggested aro painted with glacial bodily Injury to his wife and only would move from one to tho other, South, U. S. Department of Agricu- acetic acid. Stronger caustic, such child, thrco years old. Several shots prodding each with a sharp stick to lture, for the benefit of tho housewives as nitric acid, potash, formaldehyd were heard to bo fired, and the neigh- make him keep on his feet. of tho country, as an nld to tlio'iiHc of solutions of tho strength of the olllcl-n- l One morning in Monterey somo other materials than wheat in homo preparation, cts., should be used bors sent In a hurry call for the powith great caution. The surrounding lice. Dau told his wife she would friends and myself were out walking. cookery. skin should always be protected. never again seo him alive, for ho was Suddenly wo heard a queer sound In WHEATLESS DREADS. "Yory clllclcnt methods for tho re- going to town nnd kill the marshal tho street behind us. It was llko the Flour lliscuits. (IS moval of wnrts aro burning with tho and the marshal would kill him. He combined noise of some one, or more, started off, and the wife, In great gasping for breath, then groaning. small biscuits.) 1 cup oattlour or roll-- 1 thermocautery followed by appllca-c- d oats ground in food chopper, cup tion of mild corrosive preparations, alarm, hurried to the home of n Wo turned quickly around, and there or several friend a block away. Later her hus- stnggcrlng toward us were three or rice flour, 4 teaspoon salt, 3 tea- application of radium, band sought here for her and was four burros, each loaded with two spoons baking powder, 3 tablespoons treatments with tho roentgen ray told .she was not there, as It Is told heavy building timbers, one on either shortening, 4 to 1 cup liquid. Mix, The uso of 'carbod dioxide snow' is nlso elllcient. he flourished the pistol in his hand side. The poor little beasts were al- form as above and bake. Soy n Biscuits. 1 "A prescription is saliat the time ho sought her. He made most ready to drop from exhaustion, his way to town, meeting 'Williams and the sounds they were making In cup soy bean flour, 1 cup corn Hour, cylic acid in collodion: gin. or c,c. Salicylic acid and Itamsey on Main street, which their distress wero Just like the 4 teaspoon salt, 3 teaspoons b.ikln,; 2 ivi:n his own medicine. by tho Mexican when loading flesh-and-blo- W&M HOTEL riiMULHUN .WASHINGTON. WILL YOU TAKE OUR iWHATATVra A o GERMINAL REMEDY V STfor WEAK ' mnuo ui CONSUMPTION A quick relief (nr that llrnl, run down fcellnr, couchi, paint In chcil. nlclil ivrealt. hemor iliacrr. Mrak lungs or romumptlon. II it doe not help yoo II costs yo notbioi. m mlcrob-orgnnlsm- ( stout-hoarto- d j m D.C. "k " lL Of AMERICAN II FOR ONE MONTH I In a cltjr where good liotcli bound, the Powuattn hodl the lilt.,. It It Ant la the beirti of It countryrctn. OHIO MEDICAL CO. Lock dox oio coLUMntm n, 9 vi m DR. - J. 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Unjust profits, unnecessary resales, It Is this: Tnko a lovol tcanpoonful of London purplo nml dust tho moth- attempt to monopolize, unrcasonnblo er hen when tho chicks nro about Increases In prlco or restriction of suprondy to creep under her for tho ply nnd willful waste of farm equipnight, nnd let tho chirks Inhale lt ment nro forbidden. Also tho salo of Sho uses this ns soon as sho notices farm equipment to persons who have vlolnted tho Kood Control Act Is tho chicks sneezing or gaping. por-tnlnl- ng Retailers of farm equipment nro not required to secure licenses, but they must not profiteer, says n statement Isucd by tho United States Department of Agriculture explaining certain fenturcs of President Wilson's recent proclamation establishing a licensing system for the farm Implement trade. nnd Straw. Cornstalk Sn Tho burning of cornstalks nnd al- - lowing strnw to rot in piles nro very wasteful practice. These mntcrnls should ho Just ns carefully conserved nnd plowed under as Rtablo manure. Cornstalks and straw contain valu- d nblo plant food, and on soils they also have a high vnluo on account of tho organic matter they supply. At tho present prices,' tho vnluo of potash ulono amounts to from $G to $7 a ton of cornstalks nnd from $4 to ?G In a ton of straw. .'Straw that Is not used for feed or bedding can bi used to good advantage ns n top dressing for wheat in winter, or It can bo disked In nnd plowed under for corn In tho spring. light-colore- I not sew or read because of eye pains. In ono week her trouble was gone. A m charm." Ik is guaranteed mall bottlo of Lav-op-t to help EVERY CASE weak, strained A LITTLE DOG'S GRIEF. or inflamed eyes. ONE WASH startles with Its quick results. Aluminum eye (Elizabeth I. Rico.) cup FREE. Harrcl Uros., druggists, Dr. J. I. Hugglns, Dandrldge, Tcnn., William King, ono of tho largo 1 recently purchased from A. A. Arm- at Rockport. grain farmers on tho Irvine Ranch, strong & Son, Cnrmorgo, III., the near Santa Anna, California, had Protect tin ('own I'roin rile. bull Idolmoro by XEW LEATHER SUIISTITUTK a little dog named Frlskey that Tho following will bo found most Aberdeen-Angu- s OF UNWOVEN' COTTON" always rode with him on his helpful in protecting cows from Hies, Oakdulo Quiet I.nd. rounds from his homo In Santan Ana which means largor milk production A process for making a new kind How To Knit At Farming. to his ranch, fourteen miles from the nnd great comfort to the cows: ComdevelAmong tho several ways to fnll at of leather substitute has been town. mon soap, ono pound; Wnter, four oped which bids fair to overcome Mr. King met with an accident and gallons; crude petroleum, ono gal-Jo- farming, tho writer would recommend very largely tho leather shortage, was instantly killed. Tho grief and powdered naphthaline, four this ns tho best he has tried: Magawhat you says tho Popular Mechanics' confusion were so great that tho dog First Never do y ounces. Cut tho soap Into thin shavor even zine. A company has already been was not noticed until after tho funcan put off tilt ings and dissolve in water by heating; formed to manufacture tho new prod- eral, when ho was found hunting dissolve tho nnphlhnllno in tho crudo next week. uct, which Is made by compressing Second Always do your loafing for his master In and out of tho house oil; mix the solutions, plnco thorn In unwoven cotton. The fiber being In your work and out to tho barn. After being nn old dnsher churn nnd mix thorroving as the satisfied that his beloved master was Third If county court comes on tho form of batting or Stir well oughly for fifteen minutes. slightly twisted fibers are called. A beforo using nnd npply to tho cows next Monday, nttend. by nil means, substance is obtained that is made gone, he made tho long trip- to the though you had said that you would ranch and hunted there for him; not with n brush onco or twlco n week. ,of closely Interlnccd strands and so It Is claimed that this will repel make a showing at farm work during resembles leather structurally. It finding him ho came back home. But no coaxing could get little Frisky to tho week. Court but onco a month, tiles very effectively. toughness comparable with eat. Ho lingered a few days nnd then and tho "boys" will all be there, also has.n e leather. that of high-graddied of n broken heart. Could huIt Is now up to tho poultry mnn to swapping horses and Jokes, and you Machines havo already been de man love be greater? y,row his own feed for next winter. can't afford to miss It for all that signed for making shoe laces, bolts high prices of vou'd do on tho farm. Preparo for 1918-1- 9 straps and only shlght changes Fourth If appearances Indlcato and feed by growing your own corn, oats, be needed to turn out a prodIn the morning, don't go afield; would linrlnv. liurkwhcat. beets cabbaco, rain you uct several feet wide. The cost of mangels, potatoes, carrots, squash you had the grip last winter, and the now substitute Is said to bo only juul pumpkins. If you have only a must not get wet. Go to tho vlllago a fraction of that of leather and It small plot of land, concentrate on store Instead. If It should rain while can be embossed and dyed to look winter supplies nnd things that will you aro on tho way well, a little like leather of any grain or hue. "keep und will provide heat and en- - rain will not hurt, Fifth Work your crops out twice, orgy for tho body when winter's Ohio. land then quit. Somo farmers hoo State of County,City of Toledo, come. Lucas ss. blasts I their corn three times, but Hint's Just Frank J. Cheney makes oath that ha Is senior partner of tho Arm of F. J. Corn that won't Cheney & Co., dolnff business in the City The dally newspapers lately carried trouble for nothing. County aforesaid, tho following nows Item, dated from make Itself with two workings should of Toledo.said Arm and State the sum of will pay and that ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each "Washington City, and presumably of- - Just bo let go. case Sixth If tho weather gets war- m- and everythe useofofCatarrh that cannot be flclal or semiofficial: cured by HALL'S CATARRH In use for over 40 years! FRANK J. CHCNEY. i Is estimated that at least .1,250,- - very warm, I mean don't try to MEDICINE. It to before mo and subscribed In Snorn Thousands of voluntary 000 hens capable of producing eggs work; Sunstrokes follow such things, my presence, this 6th day of December, A. D. 1SS6. A. W. GLEASON. liavo been saved in New Yory, Chlca- - and It's better to tako no risks, letters from women, tell(Seal) Notary Public. Seventh If tho fence Is run down, stneo Hall's Catarrh Medicine Is taken Ingo anil Hoston markets alono ing of the good Cardui ternally and acts through Blood on tho regulation was put into forco on 'don't bother about repairing It. If the Mucous Surfaces of the the System. Send has done them. This is for testimonials, free. tho cattle your cattle, of course February 23. Weather conditions F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. O. the best proof of the value brought about nn earlier hatching ' break into tho corn they'll get tho by all druggists, 73c. Sold Family I'llls for constipation. of Cardui. It proves that and laying period than anticipated, good of It. Other cattle will hardly Hall's Cardui is a good medicine enabling tho ban to bo raised ten cotno around, or, If thoy do, havo re GOOD ROADS. course upon their owners. days earlier than tho tlmo set. tor women. Eighth When tho weather Is bad There are no harmful or Eternal maintenance is tho prlco Do not feed the chicks for tho first turn your livestock onto your stacks habit -- forming drugs in thirty-si- x hours. CIvo thorn n chnnco of feed nnd let them help themselves, wo must pay for good roads. Cardui. It is composed Ninth Follow your own incllna-norbo- d to digest tho yolk which they havo ab-- 1 y Good roads mean Prosperionly of mild, medicinal In their Intestines beforo ( tlons, especially If thoy lend away ingredients, with no bad 'Matching. Then feed tho chicks live from work; it's only tho better for ty s. times n day tho first two weeks. Feed 'the present, A farm with poor roads Is certainly Now, try this plan, and if not cf- n little nt n time Just what tho a heavy burden. chicks will cat up clean. Always flcaclons call In tho doctor. TAKE FRANK MONROE BEVERLY. feed tho grain on a clean spot of Has tho Good Roads fever reached Dickenson County, Vn. round. Feed tho soft feeds on your homo yet? Vlcan grass or on a clean board. AVIiont Wasted in Threshing' Olvo tho mother hen a handful of A good road Is tho avonuo that Don't waste wheat whllo threshing, com each morning so that sho will bo n comtho first chicks recti nnd beforo thrashing whilo handling gives now life to a contented. For oat- - tho bundle In tho field nnd in hauling munity. oats or use pinhend or steol-cu- t The ruoal. Finally cracked corn is tho them to the thresher. Wheat is too How long and weary Is tho road next choice Ono or two dally moais precious now to throw away by careYou can rely on Cardui. Whon every farmer back homo after a hard trip to town ry of dry bread softened with sweet or less handling. Surely it will do for you sour milk Is u lino developing food. who can ralso wheat is doing his best on a bad road, what it has done for so Johnycako can bo mndo from tho In this direction don't undo tho good many thousands of other Thero aro nono who havo such following recipo: Ono quart corn-mea- l, work by scattering tho precious women! It should help. or two lnfertllo eggs that grains over tho ground und tho straw poor highways ns thoso who WILL ono "I was taken sick, havo been tested out, ono teaspoon stacks instead of getting them In tho not have good ones. seemed to be . . . ," mm baking soda, milk to mnko n stiff bat- sack. writesMrs. Mary E.Veste, Is estimated that ono bushel of It ter. Keep tho drinking water clean. of Madison Heights, Va. comes from tho grain In every hundred can bo saved .Much bowel trouble FOR FLETCHER'S "I got down so weak, drinking wnter having been contam- by having your machluo In such shape could hardly walk . . . by tho chicks wading In It or that no grain goes into tho straw inated just staggered around. onto from tho food having como In contact stack und thnt nono leaks out AUSTRIAN" ACE KILLED. I read of Cardui, Throo-quartewith tho droppings. Amorlcan Poul- tho ground during threshing. and after taking one botof n bushol in a hundred try Advocate. Pnrls, May 27. Llout. Flss, retle, or before taking quite can bo saved by careful handling of puted to bo all, I felt much better. I tho leading Austrian tho bundles whllo getting them from aviator, has been killed in an Implements Industry Is Licensed. took 3 or 4 bottles at aerial A President al proclamation slgnod tho fcbocks to tho thresher or while In battle, according to a dispatch from that time, and was able to 'on May 14th requires government stack. Avoid careless bundling, and If Home. do my work. 1 take it in licenses of nil porsons, except those you enrry your bundles In wagons, the spring when runm exempted undor tho Food Control urrnngo thom so that nil shattered Snys a high military authority, "If down. I had no appetite, and 1 commenced eating. Act, engaged In Importing, manufac grain will bo caught ami saved. With wo had 100 guns for every Gorman it is the best tonic 1 ever turing, storing nnd soiling farm tools, wheat at $2.20 a llttlo care Is worth gun, und 100 sholls for every German saw." Try Cardui. jiX'chlnory and Implements of nil des whllo for tho sako of your pocket-boo- k shell and our supply of horses gavo as woll no for tho sako of tho out, wo could not win tho war." criptions. All Tho proclamation requires that all boys "over there." Motors cannot cross fields soaked with water or travel through ravines jiorsons holding such liconses furnish J. 70 .Save Time In Cultivating Cora. and swamps. How shall the world to tho govominont whenover requestIly tho uso of a harrow much tlmo over pay Us debt to tho faithful ed complete information regarding tkolr business and that thoy must per- - can be saved at tho first and second horse? n; to-da- uny inioru r mm.... u.mu.i- " l,,u ou""lu ""'""7 '"' "" """"' ,l" gallon of tho cnuso of tho prevailing high prices for farm Implements. Tho object of tho resolution Is to rcduco prices In caso they aro found to bo and, in caso they aro found to bo fair and rcasonnblo, to frco tho manufactures and tho distributers from tho criticism and charges of which nro now being heapel upon them . t The President liaising Sheep. A Hock of slxteon Shropshire sheep started out tho other day to mnko mutton and wool out of grnss on tho White House grounds. The president bought them nnd put them there because ho nnd Mrs. Wilson liked sheep and because they thought the beautiful llttlo spot back of tho White- House, known ns tho "President's Park," might bo even more than nn Inspiration In wnr time. A tlno example. Will you match tho president? a cultlvntlon of corn. Most of tho corn land is well prepared and in good condition this year. On such land tho ordinary splko tooth harrow is one of tho most offectlvo Implements known to kill weeds, nnd It can bo used for all cultivation until the corn Is five or six inches high. Killing weeds Is tho main object in cultivating corn in Missouri. It Is also dcslrnblo to conserve molsturo during dry seasons by forming n dust mulch. Tho harrow will do both of these. In using n harrow glvo tho teeth a slight backward slant to avoid to the small plants. Klthor harrow beforo or a few days after tho corn Is ui. If tho plant aro Just breaking through tho ground thoy nro likely to bo dnmnged by tho harrow. Tho harrow works best on land thnt Is well drained nnd that dries out quickly nftor rnlns. Ono enn go Into n field of thl3 kind very soon nftor n rnln and tho weeds nro thon destroyed beforo they have n chance to get n start. Thcro nro few fields In which n harrow will not bo effective. ry PEIWH.S WARNS HUN'S OF DANGER FROM U. S. Amstordnm, May 31. Capt, Pcr-slu- s, nnnl critic of tho Berlin varns Germany of the danger of underrating tho strength of America In tho war. 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O. MILLER STATION E FhvlclnlnChtr LOUISVILLE, Nail, Prop. , KY. UARTFOIU), KSNTUOKX, SCHOOL DISTRICTS OF THE COUNTY Names Of Districts Given With Number Pupils In Each. It will ho of Interest to tcachers.and perhaps to tho public as well, to give n list of the common school districts of tho county and the number of puThere are 117 white i,itc n schools, five colored and six common High schools In the county. The ilia- trlct numbers, names of districts nnd number of pupils in each district arc: Dlv. No. 1. Lawson Chapman jj0, 3 Maxwell No. 4 Holbrook Xo. 5 West Noereolc No. 6 East Nocreek No. 7 Deda No. S Alexandria No. 9 Sarvis Hill No. 10 Taylors No. 11 Hells Run No. 12 East View No. 13 Westerfleld No. 14 Mosley No. 15 Washington No. 16 Clear Run No. 17 Mt. Morlah No. IS Belmont No. 19 Greer No. 20 Taylorfield No. 1 No. 2 No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. 3 9 10 11 12 13 14 1G 1G 17 Hough Itlver Waltons Creek Upper Point Lower Point Drowns nunlccr Hill Simmons Coffman Stony Point Midway Graded School". 40 42 Gl 37 GG 1IKAVHK DAM. MaJ. J. L. Lallongor, of Camp Taylor, visited his wlfo hero Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Ella Ferguson is visiting her parents, Dr. and Mrs. W. T McKcn-nc- I ...i 49 130 35 30 48 y. McssosVIenna nnd Wahnlta Leach, Hartford ;;lc"enr .. ... Heaver Dam Kordsvillo IVUUIVl'Ui I Centertown Colored Schools. daughters of Senator Albert Leach, nro visiting Mrs. J. II. Davis. Mrs. Ike Sandefur, who has been 189 visiting here, will return to her home 201 111., this week. 217 In Herrln, Mr. Forest Cnsehler has returnKin .0 ed to his home In Herrln, HI , after n visit with his parents, Mr and Mrs. 127 GG Liberty Bell MUST Hartford nearer Dam Taylor Mines McHenry : Pupils 3 ltockport 4 l'llOGIlUSS OF THK WAK 71 33 21 30 69 l)lr. No. 2. No. 1 Sugar Grove No. 2 Berks No. 3 Actnaville No. 4 Deanfield No. 5 Herbert No. G Haynesvlllo No. 7 Washington No. 8 Friendship No. 9 Clarks No. 10 Highland No. 11 Odell No. 12 Poplar Grove No. 13 Oak Grove No. 14 Trlsler No. 15 Pleasant Walk No. 16 Shreve No. 17 Gum Springs No. 20 Oaks Div. No. Tho second great German offensive, G7 launched May 19, that swept llko n 2S whirlwind in parts of Franco for GG one a week, seems to hare spent Its G3 force. While the fighting Is still A violent and sanguinary In some sec- 311 tions, the German hordes are no - longer able to push their lines for45 ward. The first fow days of tho sec27 ond drive were fought with consider1" able loss of territory and men by tho allies, but It lacked staying forco of 70 .the first drive. It Is not believed now & that the Huns will ever again bo able G9 to repeat the successes of the March 33 offensive. With their forces con63 stantly weakening, and with tho al 45 lies dally strengthened with fresh recruits from America, the tido Is believed to be turning permanently In GO It Is Im37 favor of the allied arms. two G3 probable that the German, with recent failures, after fearful sacri37 May, 35 fices like those of March and can ever again seriously threaten 46 ports. 38 either Paris or the channel If no better fortunes attend the Hun's G4 capture vital points or break 46 efforts to tho allies' lines, wo may expect, be51 go Into winter quarters, 26 fore timo to overtures of peace from tho enemy. 26 improbable the Ger45 However, It is mans will at so early a date agree to 42 peace as the allies 35 such terms of would accept until they are futher 55 19 driven to the wall. GC Alncy Casebler. He was accompani j ed homo by his mother and sister. Mr. nnd Mrs. John Barrass, of Her- - j rln, III., nro guests of Mr. Barrass' mother, Mrs. Nicholas Barrass. Mr. Jno Smith, of Williams, Is i visiting relatives hero. Mr. Clarence Baker and family, of Illinois, nro visiting relatives here. Mrs. Harrison Austin died at her home near Sulphur Springs Monday night, nnd was burled Wednesday afternoon nt the family burying ground. Her husband survives her. Tho following named gentlemen composed n fishing party on a trip to Green river this week: Messrs. John Barrass, Clarence Baker, H L. TayCoakley Groy, lor. Noblo Taylor, Mason Tnylor, Albert Leach and Guy Taylor. All reported a pleasant time and an abundance of fish. Mlss lmogenc Plummer, who has i been attending school at Bowling Green, has returned to her home. Ring Again Not for the United States. Not for France, Not for England. Not fof Belgium. Not for Italy, - MAGAN. so a 34 37 55 39 31 LOUISVILLE MARKETS. No. 1 Tanglewood No. 2 Basham No. 3 Narrows No. 4 Hickory No. 5 Beech Grove No. 6 Dundee Xo. 7 New Baymus No. 8 Sunnydale No. 9 Palo No. 10 McGrady No. 11 Cedar Grovo No. 12 Olaton No. 13 White Oak No. 14 Fair View No. 15 Schroader No. 16 Concord No. 17 Victory No. IS Edwards No. 19 Rickets No. 20 Bennetts No. 21 Beech Valley No. 22 Sulphur Springs Div. Xo. 4. No. 1 Antloch No. 2 Arnold No. 3 Cave Ridge No. 4 Balzetown No. 5 Select No. 6 Bailey Ko. .7 Horse Branch No. S New Oklahoma No. 9 Leach No. 10 Hopewell No. 11 Salem No. 12 Roslne No. 13 Vino Hill No. 14 Mt. Pleasant No. 15 Flint Springs No. 16 Renfrow No. 17 Robroy No. IS Excelsior No. 19 Horton No. 20 Oak Grovo No. 21 Old Union Dlv. No. .". No. 1 Cromwell No. 2 Union ...... SI 69 45 37 40 48 72 74 43 68 11. 65 Calves.' Befit veals $12fi12 50; 43 medium 37 50 HUNTING FOR 79 30 New York, June 3. Fifty or more 45 airplanes, reinforced by hydroplanes, 61 57 36 52 48 35 96 37 73 4G 37 91 25 37 43 64 56 t .37 .29 45 37 74 31 32 32 39 145 42 35 98 43 48 66 100 No. 3 Cooper S. Beaver Dam No. G Taylor Mines No. 7 Greenbrier No. S Shultotown No. 9 Independence No. 10 Taylortown No. 11 Oakland No. 12 Jublleo No. 13 (No. 19) transferred No. 14 Elmwood to Dlv. No. 0. 73 . No. 15 Goshen 44 No. 16 Cool Springs . .". 27 No. 17 Union Hill No. IS Sulphur Springs 37 near 11. Dam 27 No. 19 Cavo Rldgo Dlv. No. No. 1 No. 2 No. 3 . No. 4 No. 5 Prentiss No. No. No. 4 S C No. 7 Contral Grovo Tho Bend High View Echols Nnlon Grovo Coralvo Hickory Kldgo Gl 31 38 94 26 32 32 MUST GO TO WORK. Chairman Rowan Holbrook of the local National Board of Defense has received direct orders to enforce tho law requiring everybody between the ages of 16 and 50 to perform some useful and productive labor for not less than 36 hours a week. Tho chairman is directed to see that the local officials, county Judge, county $69. attorney, sheriff and other officials, faithfully perform their duties In putting the idle to work, and to report the delinquency of any officer negligent of his duty. The people are were patrolling Long Island coast to- also expected to report any known day, every observer keeping a sharp infraction of the law, to the public lookout for hostile submarines. officials. This means that everybody The aircraft moved as far out as 15 now idle, rich and poor alike, will miles from shore, and later in tho either go to work or go to Jail. day tho patrol was extended to the New Jersey coast. JUNE WEDDINGS. All Information was refused by the These marriage license wore issued military authorities, but it was re- In the county clerk's office since our ported the forco of fliers would be last rport. augmented as soon as possible by Chas. L. Hunter, Centertown, 21, to numbers of French, British and Ital- Georgia Rowe, Centertown, 20. ian airmen who are scattered in aviaOrson Maples, Cromwell, 19, to tion training camps throughout tho Pearl Renfrow, Cromwell, 19. country as instructors. Tom Hultz, Dundee, 35, to Lena Westerfleld, Dundee, 32. INSTINCT STRONGER Frank S. Atherton, Llvermore, 21, THAN REASON to Hazel Hudson, Llvcrmoro, 19. Claude Qulsenberry, Dundeo, 19, That oven in man instinct is some- to Gertie Galther, Narrows Route 1, times stronger than reason is Illus17. trated by tho following Incidents: Thero had been shipped on a Miss- ONE KAMILV MADE !I25 PICKING STRA WHERRIES issippi river steamboat a box with a Bowling Green, Ky., Juno 3. glass cover, containing a very active rattlesnake When any one ap- Thos. Sanders, wife, two sons and proached tho box tho serpent would four girls mado $225 during tho ten strike tho cover. Tho owner of tho days of strawberry picking. Mr. San-doworks on tho farm of Wado II. reptile challenged any ouo to hold his finger on tho glass and let tho Campbell, located threo miles from rattler strike at It. There was no tho city on tho Nashville plko. Mr. danger, and It seemed an easy thing Campboll was short of plckors and ho to do. First one and thon anothor permitted Sanders and his family to tried It, but when tho suako gavo its help harvest tho crop. Tho boys' vicious spring tho finger was Invari- nges wero nlno und twonty years, ably drawn back with a Jerk. In- and tho four girls, thirteen, fifteen, stinct was stronger than reason and sixteen and novonteen years. Mr. Campboll picked forty gallons in ono will combined. A young man In Paris had lost his afternoon. From threo acres ho 441 crates. last sou at tho gambling tablo, which Included a largo sum belonging to his employer. Ho started for tho Seine to drown himself. On tho way thero LEMON, KY., BUSINESS was a great commotion, caused by tho I tic. azi Socctwr to W2W R. SnLi Uihnt WIeje e. escape of a Hon from a strolling Builneis, Short Hand, Typo Writing and Telegraphy Pcoplo lied In all directions, lustautly tho man who was seeking ami 70uaWueo htgh toward ecu rt nil a lalumJ a nit i petition iMploma death climbed a lump post and clung becclat Couno for Gov to tho top of it, trembling in overy lliiipluniient, iTiiiueiit 'J hnund auccott'if ttl of jrriduatM. lWIa any time. limb. When tho animal was capturr. PKPAIITMKVT roil ed and tho danger was over he pro- rUlon of a Jly J'rlaIpal. LAlli;s.unJef thoiui--th'v IX UJlo ttailin2 &iloa. Cd fiojrlLf homo, lor particular, ceeded to tho rlvor and plungd In. MLBUR H. IMITIi UUUHQTON, KY. Market on hogs and lambs up 25 cents, good demand and pens cleared. Hogs. Choice heavies, 300 pounds and up $16.60; 165 to 300 pounds ?16.85; 165 pounds down, $16.70; roughs, $14.55. Lambs. Choice, 019.50 19.75; Seconds, $1617; culls, $14 16; best sheep $13 13.25; bucks! 11 "0, down. Cattle. Prime export steers $16. 0017; heavy shipping $1415 00; light $1214; fat heifers $9 13.50; fat cows $10.50 13; feeders $f.50 Mr. Reat Fuqua lost a fine mule Dr. Hart, of Beaver Dam, made several trips here to treat It, but without result. Mr. Fuqua had been offered $225. for the mule. Mr. James Daniel nnd family, of near Hartford, spent Saturday night and Sunday with the family of Mr. A. Whltehouse. Mr. Heber Midklff, Mrs. Bertha Brown, Misses Rhoda Whltehouse, Emma Wright and Ethel Muftett went to Fordsville Saturday to close contracts for teaching this fall. Mrs. Maggie Muffett is spending a few days with her daughter and new grand son, near Deantleld. Mrs. Dena Muffett and Mrs. Effle Whltehouse went to see Mrs. Lizzie Kelley and son Saturday evening. Miss Ethel Muffett and mother spent Saturday with Mrs. Emma Fuqua at Fordsville. Mr, and Mrs. Louis Sharp are visit ing Mr. Sharp's daughter, Mrs. Noah ' Mosley this week. Messrs. Leslie and Hewitt Edge went to Owensboro Saturday. last week. 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 enlightened 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 leadership of the Kaiser of Germany. 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 over 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 furnish 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. i To Do Our Part the necessities of life must be properly provided, comfortable clothes in harmony with the season. Buy good merchandise and you will have plenty of x. 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. Cool shoes in canvass and all leathers, from the man. Summer hosiery, in silk, lisle smallest infant to the and cotton, in white, black and colors,for women and children. Men's and suits, waists and skirts. boys' suits and pants. Ladies' ready-mad- e 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. ar nd t rs ed UIEIW nion-ngurl- E. P. Barnes & Bro., BEAVER DAM, KY. a ;"..,- mKHMWiiw-to- . ,itwWilK. ,qrwiiB,W"-irfl- i,l T -- mm iiiimhm