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DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $ I per Yoar No. 50 A HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 1918. was In Daviess county, and the THE DEATH DRIVE AHEAD. shorrlff of that county arrested Mayfleld Friday and brought him While tho tide ot battlo now shifts back and forth, like a shuttle cock, to Hartford where- ho gavo bond on tho fields of Franco, It can not bo always so. Tho hour of decision must for his nppearanco beforo Judgo Cook y at last appronch, and when It comes tho greatest death drlvo that over for oxamlning trial. m scouraged a nation will sweep, llko n Wasteful hurricane, tho Hunnlsh " ECLIPSE OF TlllTsUN. hordes from tho faco of the earth. In a recont Interview Gen. Foch forecast his plans for tho drlvo ot Tho almost totnl eclipse of the death. Ho said in effect that it was his purpose to hold tho Huns in sun lato Saturday nfternoon was an Interesting spectacle, and attracted check, with tho least possiblo sacrlflco ot men, until tho American millions much local attention. Dcforc tho wcro marshaled behind his lines,' and then to strlko strlko with tho forco sun entered tho moon's shadow a of tho thunderbolt and the fury of tho storm. Tho great French General, number of anxious Hartford citizens confident in tho dally waxing of his own army and tho hourly waning of had prepared their smoked glnsscs, and woro ready to obscrvo tho first tho enemy's forces, widely nnnounccs his purpose to defer tho mastor stroko, traco of tho dark disc on tho. faco that shall mark a period in history for all ages to come, until the volumo The streets woro lined and forco of his great cngino of war shall bo strong enough to sweep with of tho mm. with pcoplo cagorly waiting a turn lrrcslstable violcnco tho Holds of Franco and Belgium, and on to llerlln. at an obscrvnnco of tho eclipse Tho crazed Kaiser sees the gathering storm and shudders at its force, and through tho smoked glasses, which in desperation hurls to death division after division in a vain effort to wcro constantly shifting from hand to hand. Tho moon's shadow at ono break tho allies' lines before tho fateful hour of Foch's command to adtlmo covered fully eight tenths of tho vance. Lot us bo of good cheer. Tho present lines will hold until two sun's surfaco, and camo nearer to pre- million American soldiers are marshaled behind tho lines to answer ready senting a total eclipse than nny seen when tho great commander, Foch, gives the order to start the avalanche of by men living who aro under fifty pany to consumnte a deal by which tho Cumberland system in this county may bo taken over by the Home company. Tho deal as proposed contemplates tho retirement of the Cumberland from local service, but It wilt maintain a long distance connection for tho convenlenco of tho patrons of the Homo company. If tho deal goes through tho Cumberland will its local switchboard and connect a long distance wire with the Homo exchange. Thcro is not n profitable field hero for two companies, and the consolidation should result in giving the public better service. Under tho present arrangement business houses must keep both phones, with the resulting trouble nnd expense, and business people generally will greet the merger with hearty approval. COUXTY ROAD PLANS. THOUSAND MEN ' CALLED TO COLORS Report of Commissioner of Agriculture Most Optimistic in Years. Frankfort, Ky., Juno 8. Not In years has so optimistic a crop report been Issued for Juno as that given Big Company Of Volunteers To Work On Roads Friday. The biggest road working scheme-oveundertaken In Ohio county Is scheduled for Friday Juno 21. Ono thousand men "volunteer road hands, will work thirty miles of road In ono day. The plan Involves putting tho road in good repair from tho Butler county lino, near Greon river church, to the Daviess county line at Pleasant Ridge. The plan was devised by citizens hero last week whllo tho Fiscal court was In session. Overseers along the entire route will warn In their hands to assist tho volunteers. Every business houso In Hartford, banks and newspapers Included, will close its doors and employers and employees will shoulder shovels and hoes and bucklo down to a days road making. Tho business men of Beaver Dam, Cromwell and Beda will Join In the procession. Every citizen In tho county who Is interested in good roads, regardless of how far off tho line of road to be worked, he may live, Is urged to join in this splendid public enterprise. Ever man who can do so Is iirged to bring" teams, plows and scrapers, and any surplus spades he may have for the use ot those who may not have proper tools. Rowan Holbrook Isjhalrman of the R. B. committeo on arrangements. Martin and S. O. Keown are tho other members of the committeo. The members of the committeo will bo glad to have advance notice ot those who will help, and especially of those who can furnish teams, plows, scrapers and other tools. Bring your lunch with you, and a little to spare for the fellow whose wife may sleep late that morning. This is the biggest roadworklng enterprise ever undertaken in the county, and if tho help is fourthcom-in- g, as 'the committeo oxpects It will be, it will not only put thirty miles of Ohio county roads in an excellent' condition, of repair, but will set an example that will be followed In other sections of the county, and stimulate a popluar interest in road work that will be of permanent benefit to th county. r 0 cut to-da- y by Commissioner of Ag- riculture Cohen, who also mentioned the- unusual acreage of small grains Rood ns "heartening" and having prospects. Tho extraordinary wheat ncrcago is reported as 09 per cent Tho Fiscal court will not under take to build any pikes this season, . death. but If men and teams can bo proyears old. cured, grading for tho next season's pike work will be done on about five A WRECKED FAMILY. JOE TAYLORS VAIiKT. FISCAL COUItT SESSION'. miles of road this fall. It will grade Joo Taylor, of Haytl, is not particTho Fiscal court was in session! cjne of the saddest tragedies of a tho Hartford and Hardlnsburg road ularly nrlBtooratlc, but when bo ar- hero Friday and Saturday. Consid- wrecked family that has recently from tho city limits to tho old Milrived hero Saturday afternoon, over erable routine business was trans- como to our notico has been unfold- ton Taylor farm. Grading will altho M. II, & K. sheriff S. A. Uratcher acted. Among the larger claims al- ed serially before tho county court so bo done on the Owensboro, road met him at tho depot and honored lowed were,: M. A. Held, $50 for here within the last week. Georgo from Alexander school houso two Joo by carrying his suit caso up town roadbed on Hartford and South Ford with his wife and six children miles toward Owensboro. The court has made application for state aid for .him. Perhaps Joo would have road; Ohio County Drug com moved from Horse Branch to preferred to have plodded his humb pany, $51.91 for paint and oils for In Muhlenburg county, about for the maintenance of tho pikes le way alone to Haytl, and ncccpted almshouse; S. A. Dratchor, $359 for a year ago, where Ford went to work already in use. Under tho now road tho courtesy of Mn Hratcher with serving 1158 supervisors' notices and in tho mines. Mrs. Ford appears to law tho state wlll upon applicagreat roluctnnco. Joo's suit caso was n for other official work; Worth Tlch- - bo In an advanced stage of tubercu- tion of the county authorities, pay cent. bit heavy, but his wlllngness to carry cnor, $110 for fees and service as losis. The Fords had a boy ten and 70 per cent ot tho maintenance of excellent, It Is a fair assumption. Tho sheriff Jailer; Carson- & Co., $5S0.50 for a girl fourteen years old. These pikes already built. Ryo condition Is also mm same being given nt 99 per cent. had gotten wind of tho fact that Joe linoleum for covering floor of court children, according to the testimony THE THRIFT STAMPS. llarlcy Is n limited crop In this had gone to Owensboro and would hall; Charlie Smith, $440 for ser- of their parents, have recently become State. However condition Is given at probably return with moro booze than vices ns almshouse keeper. A largo unmanageable, and the girl, despite Mr. Owen Hunter, chairman of 07 per cent. tho law allows, and when ho alighted number ot claims, In small amounts, tho youthfulness of her years, has Oats arc showing fine, tho ncrcngo from tho train tho shorirt" nabbed for bridge lumber, hauling and plow- become notoriously lewd. Warrants tho big thrift stamp drlvo to be being given nt 07 per cent, while him. Tho big black suit case con- ing on roads, were allowed. of arrest have been Issued in Muhlen- launched Juno 24, is making good condition Is 93 per cent. was supthe tained nlno quarts of what J. W. Minor and Esquire Ben Rico, burg county for men of mature years, progress with tho organization of his (inisscs' condition Exceptional. posed to bo whiskey, which wes con- commissioners to Inspect tho bridge who It Is alleged, kept tho child In a plans for the drive. Organization by school districts is being made, and Condition of grasses Is exceptional. fiscated, and Joo was put under bond across Panthor creek, near Reynolds, barn for several days. members, New clover, 95 per cent. for his appearance before the county reported adversely on receiving the Ui order to escape local influence a chairman, with associate' for each school district has been apOld clover. 90 per cent. bridge, and the builders, the East St. for tho girl the family crated their court Chairman Hunter exAUnlfa, 9S per cent. Louis Bridge company, was notified plunder to move back to Ohio bounty, pointed. pects to receive a supply of literHlucgrnss, 9 I per cent. of the commlttco's action. and came themselves to tho county imAll liny Is reported as giving a meOwen Hunter, county treasurer, last week. Friday Ford brought tho ature at once and will mall It mediately out to his various comdium yield, nbout 87 per cent, whllo was authorized to loan at a rato boy and girl before tho Juvenile court tho quality Is 90 per cent. ot less than four percent, tho sinking and asked they bo declared Incorrig- mittees. In addition to immediate stamps cards will be Tho ncrcago planned for navy beans fund reserve ible and sent to tho reform school ,at sales of thrift county, Is 91 per cent, soy peans 91 per cent, County judgo Cook and county at- Greendale. Tho order was entered furnished each adult In tho upon which ho may pledge a weekly stock pens 100 per cent. torney A. D. Kirk were appointed a and tho children rsent to tho almsstamps for Acreage planned for Hurley tobacco committeo to repair the county's house to bo carred for until they or monthly purchase of tho remainder of the calendar year. is given nt 112 per cent; condition pikes. The samo committee was ap- could bo sent to Lexington. Saturof plants. 95; per cent set .17. pointed to repair the Dundco bridgo day the boy ran away from the alms- A public rally in each school district 28, at which Acreage planned for dark tobacco across Hough river. house. In the meantime tho house- will be held Juno sales aro expected to be is 92 per cent; condition of plants, A. C. Porter and Jailor Tichenor hold plunder of tho family had not, ready to do your shafo 83; per cent set, 44. woro appointed a committeo to for some reason been shipped, and made. Get toward building a collosal mountain being mainUnusual Interest Is tho feasibility of removing Saturday night Mrs. Wilson, with tho a multitude of little grains of tained In garden products. Acrcago tho court houso toilet to the lower boy who had run away and four from planned Is given at 102 per cent, floor, and ot heating the county of- other smaller children, applied for sand. mm whllo condition is 91 per cent. quarters at tho almshouse. Monday fices by steam. COMMENDABLE ENTERPRISE. Potato ncrcago is 90 per cent; conThe most important action of this tho county Judge, disposed from tho dition, 93. meeting of the court was the entry circumstances to suspicion that Ford Tho Broadway Coal Mining Com Fruit will bo short, condition being of an order calling an election, coin- had deserted his family, had Mrs. pany out has Installed an given as follows; cident with tho August primary, sub Ford brought beforo him for an in- fit and Is giving Its employes and Apples, 60 per cent. mitting a road tax ot 20 cents on quiry. It was pitiful to hear the peoplo surrounding Simmons, first Peaches, 37 per cent. each $100 worth of property for ap- poor woman, fast tottering to tho class moving pictures, free of charge. EXSIOX WILLIAM S. MOORE. Pears, 49 per cent. grave, tell the heartreachlng troubles The Company has announced that it proval or rejection by the voters. The rank of ensign in the United Plumbs, 59 per cent. thA had como Into her life, but with will take special plcasuro in handling ' Grapes, 70 per cent. States navy has just been conferred It all sho was loyal to her husband, any slides or pictures portraying, or TltAMP EVAXGEL1STS. blackberries, 5C per cent. upon William S. Moore, of Ilnrtford, and expressed a firm conviction that of Interest to Red Cross work. In many localities a total falluro Ky., who since his graduation last A strolling band of tramp evange- ho did not mean to abandon her. This company Is tho first concern of peaches and blackberries Is re- Juno from tho state university at lists struck Hartford Tuesday and Aftor hearing the woman's story tho of which we are aware, that has gone Loxiiigtou, has been engaged In tho ported. , off a small sum In Jitney col- court did not Issue a warrant against to this trouble and expense for the Livestock is In a good, healthy merchant marlno volunteer sorvlco. carried deserting his family. entertainment of Its employes nnd being given In this service ho hnd license ns sec- lections. Tho troop consisted of two Ford for condition generally, same Mrs. Ford and four small children peoplo In Its midst, and tho company men, ono woman and two children. nt 90 per cent, whllo poultry shows ond onglncor, but two weeks ago depoor and tho left tho almshouso Wednesday. Tho desorves commendation for its entercided to farsako tho merchant marlno Tho preaching was at 9G pur cent. singing worse, nnd tho motley aggre- girl and boy had already slipped prise and thoughtfulness for the comThore Is universal complaint of tho for the navy. quietly away. munity. Tho fact hat ho was so early corn- - gation attracted little attention. Thoy oxtromo crisis In lubor conditions und woro past masters of tho beggar's art, thirlng tho summer and fall the extho farmers aro making almost su- - missioned Is duo to his understanding and went from houso to house with JAILER'S SOX MARRIES. - hibition will bo given in tho open air. situ- - of engineering, as ho gained high porhuman offorts to moot tho annoying persistency. Such human o Quick work In registering ors In mechanical and electrical Frank Tichenor, son of Jailor Tich1ILINI) .MAN IN COURT. placing samo glnoorlng at Kentucky Stnto Unlvorsi-i- n parasites",- living off tho public's rercsorvo holp and ligious Instincts, should bo given tho enor and a soldier boy In tho Industho needed localities is necessary to ty boforo graduating. Moore made trial Camp at Indianapolis, and Miss A' young man by tho narao of two trips to Europo whllo in tho mer- "movo on" order. save tho coming harvest. Lona Rivers Baird, daughtor ot Mr. Balls, from Mcllonry.was brought bochant marlno sorvlco. Ho is but Hardin Baird, of near town, woro foro Judgo Cook Wednesday charged SCRAP VOTE OX ROAD TAX. SERIOUS HIIOOTIXfl twenty-twyears old. Ho Is a son of married In Indianapolis Friday night. with violating tho vagrancy act. Drs. Mr. and Mrs, E. P. Moore, of HartMr. Tichenor and tho young ludy Pendleton and Smith examined the At Us sitting last week tho Fiscal Emest Mayfleld shot and danger- ford, Ky., whllo an uncle, John T. ously wounded Dennis Hoagland, on Moore, Is cashier of tho Loulsvlllo court entosfd an order calling a hnd been sweethearts for some tlmo, young man, and on account of the tho public highway near Pleasant J branch ot tho Egi,th district federal special election to bo held August 3, and soparated by tlmo and distance condition of his eyes, and other bodRidgo lato Friday afternoon. Tho rcsorvo bank, Owonsboro Messcn- - regular primary day, for tho purpose and bonds of sorvlco, tho young peo- ily troubles, pronounced him nflt to story as related to us Is that tho ger. of registering the will of tho pooplo plo decided to seal the bonds of mat- perform physical labor. Ablo bodied in tho matter of levying a 20 cents rimony boforo tho young man was men who are ablo to work and will young moil woro returning from HUEIXG ItAIIiltOADS. on tho $100 worth of property road called to the other sido of tho sea. not work ought to bo forced to do Owonsboro, and wcro well supplied M. Worth Tichenor, father of tho so, but tho lame and halt and blind tax. with tho liquid lire that is so often It Tho Federal Railroad Control act In drawing tho order tho court ro- - boy, accompanied tho young lady to should not bo dragged boforo tho associated with shooting scrapes. damago suits to bo filed moved tho chief objections that have Indianapolis Frlday'and tho mar- court for trial. 1s said that after taking somo final, pormlts together at Ploasant Rldgo against railroad companies, but the heretofore beon urged against a road riage was colobrated immediately drinks DR. ROGERS CORONER. Hoagland drovo on toward his homo, jDlroctor Ooneral will bo paymaster tax. These objections have beon that after thoir arrival. Mr. Tichenor near Buford, nnd that Mayflold had jot damages awarded In tho courts, 'tho greater part of tho money would was transferred to a camp In Georgia After entering tho military ser left his pistol in Hoagland's buggy. and ho is authorized to exorcise his bo spont In t,ho neighborhood of tho and his wlfo is with his paronts hero. vice Dr. A. B. Rlloy resigned tho of Overtaking Hoagland and asking for Judgmont In rcgurd to the merits of county seat, nnd that tho peoplo fice ot Coroner ot Ohio county and THE TELEPHONE MERGER. his gun somo dispute ensued, In which ' tho case; in fact Is mado a review would have to work tho roads and pay It Is tho an- - a tux ulso. Undor tho order as drawn, Dr. E. P. Rogers, ot Fordsvlllo, was It is alleged that Hoagland called court in such mattors. Aftor many years ot operation in appointed 'to fill tho vacancy. Dr, Mayfleld somo vllo names, and that uounced policy of tho Director Gen- - tho tax collected in each magisterial tel- Rogers Is ono ot tho county's best aftor securing the pistol Mayflold oral to discourago damago suits, and district wilt bo spent In that district, Ohio county tho Cumberland shot in resentment of tho verbal In- - persons having dumago claims against and If tho tax carries tho roads will ephone company will probably retiro known nnd most popular physicians, aults. Hoaglund was shot hrlho low- - railroad companies aro urged to take bo workod wholly with tho tax and from the local field. Representatives and Judgo Cook Is to bo congratuor part of tho Stomach, but is ox- - up tho matter of settlement directly tho "Hand" system will bo dlscontlnu-pecte- d ot tho company will meet with the lated upon his selection ot tho Doctor ' board ot directors ot tho Homo com- - for tho apolntmeut. ed. to recover. Mayfiold's homo with the Regional Director. good. Tho roport follows: Prospects for Kentucky crops aro good. Ono of tho most heartening things to Insplro tho producers In Kentucky In their unusual efforts toward a largo production Is tho especially flue prospects nt this tlmo for small grains, clover, alfalfa and some of tho other crops. Early wet and cold weather In some sections retarded tho early planting of corn, and owing to bad seed much replanting has been necessary. An unusually largo acreage of corn was planted, snmo being given at 99 per cent, while- tho condition of growing corn Is 8G per cent. Wheat prospects aro fine. Somo rust Is reported, but ns a Stato aver-ag- o tho condition Is given at 99 per .. Car-rollt- Mart-wic- k, - phe-noml- REYEXUE AGEXT HERE. Mr. R. B. Bradley, of Madlsonvllle, a federal revenue agent was here Tuesday, looking over tho records in the county court clerk's office for Improperly stamped deed3. The law requires that all deeds, the consideration in which is toioro than $100 shall pay a stamp tax of fifty cont3 for each $500 or fraction thereof. The stamp tax must bo paid on a basis of tho actual valuo of tho real estate, regardless ot the consideration stated In the deed. The penalty for falling to properly stamp a deed Is a fine of $1,000 and tho forfeiture of the titlo to 'the land conveyed. Mr. Bradloy says it is not the intention of tho govornment punishment for dorolectlon of duty in failing to properly stamp conveyances where It is apparent tho falluro wa3 duo to misunderstanding ot tho requirements of tho law, but ho is hunting out such failures and notifying delinquents. FORFEITS $300 BOND. who-was te ct hon-atlo- n. I en-far- m - o recently fined $100 and ton days In Jail for having liquor in his pos session tor tho purpose ot sale, filed grounds for a now trial, and wont off somewhere on a visit. Taylor was under bond for $300 for his appearance when wanted by tho court. Tho court wanted him Tuesday, and when ho failed to appear tho court ordered bis bond forfeited. OHIO COUNTY ILLITERATES. Jim Taylor, of Beaver Dam, ( It Is a rcgretablo fact that In Ohio county, whero froo schools have been taught for moro than half a century, thoro aro 338 persons, over six years ot ago, who can neither read nor write. By school divisions thoy art distributed as follows: Division 1, 38 Dlv. 2,48; Dlv 3, 93; Dlv. 4, 65; 5, 21 nnd Dlv. 0, 28; In gradi schools districts, 4 und colored 51. , i V ' lnilm iffliiillik rnnmu i&jiLt,iii;v 1,jfci-i-- XSL' .PSVtr-- ' countries, prowoss. In Anglo-Saxo- n HEARINGS BEGUN 44 our hoys start with a different conget this ception of llfo. They ON TAX MEASURE OF HONOR STANDARDS j through their hooks and their games. A great deal of It comes through hasehall and crlckot. Every Ameri can hoy, for Instance, knows that McAdoo Urges That $8,000,- Have No Books Or Rules baseball must ho played cleanly that Be Raised by winning a foul game. 000,000 there's no fun In Which Teach Fair In football ho knows that If he fouls Taxation. Play. It's his It Isn't ho who's punished. whole sldo that pays tho penalty. This makes him understand thnt tho Washington, Juno 7. With the The other tiny nt the nookscllors' team must he clean as well as himConvention In New York, writes self Individually. has recommendation of Sccrotnry McAdoo Tho German James Walter Smith In the Uoston no conception of the sort of thing that tho now war revenue bill bo d of tho naTranscript, Heyliger nintlo n "hit" In It's because they haven't the games drawn to ralso tion's expenses for next year, or 39 words. Ho was down on the You don't have to fight, you don't have to die. and don't know the underlying rules before it, tho IIouso for n short talk on "The of fair sport as practiced by others. But nook." Most of It was on Even among the Germans who learn Ways and Means Commltteo formally Your son does, or your brother who is now across the way or matters. It was generally n hasehall In this country It's very tllf took up tho drafting of tho trade y by tho Inaugura the kid now in khaki to whom you used to give pennies a short nieasuro plea for more attention on tho part of j flctilt at first to make them undcr- Henja- time ago. g tion of a scries of hearings. trade to Juvcnlllcs. inning in n the stnnd tho unplnycd "Men whose experience with hoys game. Thoy can't understand mln C. Marsh, representing an orThat money you have laid away for "a rainy day" wouldn't vou in. "las boon broad and deep," hercmnrk-e- d. that tho last half of tho ninth is ganization favoring increases In give every nickel of it to keep a Hun's knife away fronThis come and excess profits taxes, was "say that If tho fundamental often unplayed, not because It would throat? troths' of honor and fair play are to bo no uso to play it anyway, but more expected to bo the first witness before Well, the Hun is here, and so is his knife and so is the "rainy tho commltteo. InIxj presented to boys they must bo becauso tho victors have no desire to day" it's raining now, raining bombs and shrapnel upon our Framing of a bill which wllljlotiblo terpreted In terms tho boys can un- ml) In the defent of their opponents. boys "over there." derstand. They understand school; "I have hoard It said that you tho revenues derived from the existslier understand their sports. If a can't play n gmno of golf or tennis ing schedule was tho task before tho writer, through tho thrill and tension with n German without being up committee. Such n bill would leave of a story, can make them sco the against potty deceptions or tricks. approximately ?1G, 000, 000, 000 to ho meanness and tho taint and tho tar-af- They seem to lovo to cheat, I don't raised in tho fiscal year of 1919 of a victory without honor, Is know nbout that. But I do know through loans. Tho committee havA, it not fair to suppose that they will thnt cheating Is one of the things ing tho outline submitted by Secretary McAdoo In a letter to Chairman twrry this ideal with them through thnt every American boy Sire?" who plays American games, and reads Kitchen, made public, last night, as a "Consider for a moment," added good juvenile literature, quickly guide, is expected to make rapid On that day the nation will call upon you, not just your-neighbo- r tine speaker, "that Germany had no learns to avoid. The boy learns that progress in tho drnwlng up of the but you to pledge yourself to the purchase of a certain numaattonnl sport. Consider that Ger- any unfair advantage In a game Is new hill. ber of War Savings Stamps during 1918. g man boys have no books dealing with taboo that all the fun of the game upon existing exLend your money as freely as they are giving their lives. 2a Ir play and with boyish standards of is In the hot clash of wills, the strug- cess promts taxes of a new war profits Perhaps this gle to gain an entirely honorable tax, raising of tho normal income tax "honor In competlon. is why Germany today stands convict- victory over an adversary. Tho Gor on unearned Incomes, and heavy taxNATIONAL WAR SAVINGS COMMITTEE ed of the foulest crimes against man starts tho game, as I have said, ation of luxuries were recommended and fair play. Tho AngloSax-o- n with a different Idea. It's 'get homo' by the Treasury Department in his This space contributed for cry of 'a fair field and no favor' with her, even If you spike the catch- letter. Explaining that tho prostfit the Winning of the War by jtms no counterpart in the German er at tho plate. profits tax does not always excess tamgue. Perhaps wo would bo dealreach war profits, Secretary McAdoo Fair I'luy ami Foul. ing with a different Germany if Ger"No, Germany doesn't look at asked th commltteo to consider a tax upon tho existing man boys had been taught that a things our way. Hers Is a different to bo d arooked victory was something to bo psychology. We'vo had plenty of ev- tax in such a way that tho taxpayer despised, and If their juvenile Htcra-Snr- c idence of It since the war began should be required to pay the greater had driven that lesson home to Look at the crimes she's committed of the two taxes. Mietn." Tho new incomo tax in its incrimes against the fair name of That was all on that point. The sport. Look at tho times she lies creases, tho Secretary recommended, Booksellers waked up. It was a new loft sailors to drown after attack by should follow tho lines of a large Inthought to them. And they talked submarine. unearned In The cases aro too num- crease upon Incomes, derived from se- CllAl'TKHS fiKT IXSTIll'tTIOXS paid in Germany In nil classes of la?bout Heyliger. And after that, erous to mention. All duo to the comes. Incomes above certain ex- unearned etc., curities, arc taxed only 4 per uovi-:ic.mi:.iMioiiurriox bor and trade. Much of tho Infortnowing thai Heyliger had something fact that the Germans havo not been ceptions should be taxed S per cent. cent. Tho S per mation Is obtained from a summary store to say, I' sought him out. It brought up to give the other fellow earned Incomes 12 per cent and for recognized as an cent tax should bo income tax, and tho Tho division olllco is in receipt from set out by tho general Imperial staDo you remember unearned Incomes a higher rate than iras at tho beginning of our chat that a .rate of 12 per cent (I per cent nor- - Washington of tho series of Instruc' So' spoke to me in "fan" lingo, and olllco. It shows tho nverago hat Santiago story of years ago about 12 per cent should be Imposed. 'mal and S per cent excess profits) tions regarding chapter production. tistical per wages duy in various Important told mo how Germany was "spiking tho Spanish sailors who were going The classification of luxuries, upon should be retained In respect to re Thoso now instructions nro drawn In groups She catcher." to bo as follows: Motal down with their ship? Our jackles which It is proposed thero shall be a turned Incomes, while a higher rate view of largo orders received by $1.32; engineering Industry, were just on the point of giving a heavy tax, was left to the committee than 12 per cent Who Is irojllgor? should bo imposed Washington from the Ked Cross com- S1.2S; electrical industry, by Secretary McAdoo. $1.07:, Heyliger is a fairly young fellow, cheer of victory when the captain said on unearned incomes. missions in Franco and Italy, and In paper industry,$0.92; woodworking"'' McAtlooV Suggest Ion.,. just over 30. Sharp eyes, cleanicut 'Don't cheer, boys. Thoso fellows "Fourth That heavy taxation bo consideration of changed and chang- Industry, $1.01; chemical Industry, features, transparent honesty athletic are dying!' Well, a German wouldn't ing conditions governing tho supplies $1.24; stoneworklng and pottery, "If I may, without impropriety. imposed upon luxuries." $1. frame, bubbling over with a love of understand that. It wouldn't beginy. offer a suggestion as to tho revenue of raw material accessible to the Red 07; leather and rubber, $1.20. .sport. Has' six boys of his own. to get beneath the skin of his Sour Stomach. .rii.ss. measure," wrote tho Secretary, In a iney constitute n very ap Tho earnings of coal minors jun Knows games from Alpha to Omega. This is a mild form of indigestion. preciable modification of tho regu from $297 to letter to Chairman Kitchin, I should $334 per year. Thiv. "I must admit," continued Heylisport are Believes that the rule3 of It Is usunlly brought on by eating too latitms for production by tho chap nverago earnings of miners in cooper ger, "that, when aviation began to lecuiMiueiiu. xhe rules of life. d of tho cash j rapidly or too much, or of food not ters. "First That mines amount to $271. Tho wages play such an mportant part in the BU,tcd to 'our digestive organs. "You sec," ho said, "this war, to If From these Instructions tho fol- of plumbers aro from $1.13 to $1.39 I detected a change expenditures to be made during tho wlH eat slowly, masticate your lowing essential points havo been se- per day: juc, is just like a game of baseball. war, I thought fiscal year ending Juno 30,1919, be-;'In Hutto thoy nro striking sportman-?hlBut it's a game In which tho two In the German attitude of food thoroughly, cat but llttlo meat lected and sent to chapters by F. K. for $9 per duy. Journeymen printYou see, aviation was a new provided by taxation. According to and none at all for supper, you teams are not properly matched. The will Abbott, division director of develop- ers In Germany get $0.55 to $7.4 4 a. my estimates this would Involve rais one team is playing the game fairly game to both Germans and their ing $S,000, 000,000 through taxation. more than likely avoid tho sour stom- ment and acting manager of tho diweek. opponents. It was not a game in and squarely out to win according "Second That a real war profits ach without taking any medicine vision: Working men In Germany will not which rules learned long years befozo the decent runles of tho game. The whatever. When you havo sour 1. Chapters aro asked to ceaso tho strike oven though they nro underre-hand could enter Into considera tax at a high rate bo levied upon all stomach tako ono of other is out to win at any price. Chamberlain's cutting of garments until n now as- paid. They aro (.ticking to their war profits. This tax should bo sup Thoy have no conception of fair sport. tion when human action could be m signment shall reach them from tho work becauso upon tho existing excess Tablets to aid digestion. their country needs directed by them. So, when tho Ger And they're- up to all sorts of foul division olllco. This is to consorvo their labor. It Is only In America profits tax in such a way that the taxman aviator Hoelcke wrote that letplay. Though only things that can A CKX.SOUKIIII' OX supplies of material on hand, Inas- that men nro helping tho country win telling of the payer should bo required to pay bo said In their favor is that they ter homo to his father hoastixg xi;i:ni:i much as many garments that havo tho wnr by striking. whichever tax Is tho greater. Tho don't, know any better. They haven't heroism of an English airman who, existing excess profits tax should bo been most commonly matlo In tho past Imen trained to understand tho spirit helpless and out of the fight, was amended in certain important particMadison, Wis. Declaring that tho nro not in tho now allotment assign- ASKKD KOH TltAITOItK trying to stabilize his machine by jl fair play. war would have been over a year ago ed to tho Lake Division. KXTUKMK I'KXAITV I ulars so as to remove inequalities. "ft would havo been different if standing out on tho framework, 2. Henceforward, all raw material "Third That thero bo a substan- "if this nation had started to prepare thought I saw the first sign of a Gertho' German boys of the past had had tial Increase in the amount of normal threo years ago as it should havo" wnatsoevcr must lie purchased: Now York. Juno 8. Tho death juvenile" literature, nut they didn't man conscience in sport, nut no, it Incomo tax upon 'penalty will bo demanded, it was unearned and criticism for tho government cen- through tho division warehouse was a wish father to tho thought. have It. And they have no boys' must not buy in tho open ' claretl if tho speedy trial came out tho story that when Incomes. Under existing law earned sorship wero tho features of tho jports. No doubt thero are some Later incomes above certain exemptions aro speech of Col. Uoosovolt here. market. Outsldo purchases increase, ' planned for tho defendants Indicted Boelcko saw his helpless opponent y who Germans at the front 4 per cent as an incomo tax, "If tho United States had been tho tlllllcultles or tho llureau of Sup- -' for treason and conspiracy to commit swooped down upon him and sent taxed havo a knowledgo of tennis and golf, ho and S per cent as an excess profits tax prepared threo years ago ns thoy plies In securing prompt deliveries espionngo results in tho conviction of him to his death. If there is a moral BeHut they arc a limited number. making a total of 12 per cent, while aro now, tho war would havo been and reasonable prices. Tho lied 'iline. Maria K. DoVictorlca, Jeremiah w sides, I don't mean tennis and golf in this record it must bo rememberover a year ago," Col. Itoosovclt de- Cross working under a complcto 'o'l.o.try, John T. Itynn. Alhort I sports. 1 mean sports ed in connection with thoso fine stojmd such-lik- e understanding with tho government 'Frick, Wlllard J. Itoblnson, Carl Von clared. which British airflkti baseball and football and cricket, ries of the tributes "I doubt whether there would In this matter, to got tho ndvantago Itldgor and F.nill Konnor. (Vl.onrv their enemies and, jt which Amorican and English boys men havo paidtototho wonderful story BOYD havo ever boon nny war If wo had of which arrangement tho lied Cross Itynn uro fugitives from Justice. nml in particular, Aegin to take an Interest from tho I as agreed to control tho purchases of been prepared. o Inlluentlnl confederates wero ceremoment thoy begin to walk. Tho of Hichthofen's death and tho "Most of tho censorship which wo chapters. Such advantago as has clared to havo effectived formidable 1 over his grave. These stohavo never had those. They monies tiermans havo had, I think. Is exceedingly fool accrued to certain chapters through organization to further tho alleged fon't know what boys' games mean. ries could nover havo been written ish," ho continued. "I havo wished outsldo purchasing In tho way of ex- - conspiracy which Included plans to not the Hrltlsh boon brought up 1'ho only thing in which thoy are had thero had been a censorship on boast- pcdlting tho delivery of finished pro bomb plors and ships ladon with mu trained to tako nu intorost in from on the playing fields In tho spirit of ing. Tho statements of what wo wero duets Is moro than offset by tho dis- nitions for tho allies. Othor indlt-inen- ts play. their youth is athletics. Tho turn fair am arrests aro expected within Canton, Ohio- .-" I Buffered from n B0,n'" t0 l0 8hul1 bavo bc" ccn" turbance to tho market caused by "Germany can't seo It simply rtln is their only place of oxorciso. male trouble which caused mo much j sored. Six months ago wo wero going stuih buylngs. a fow days, tho govornmont dragnet soo it if she could tho world Tho object, of course, is obvious. It can't suffering, and two to startlo tho world with our achieve3. llunceforwnrjl, definite quotas or having lieon extended over many get tho benefit. So the whole It is would doctors docidod ments. Six months havo passed. Wo garments antlknittetl articles will ho parts of th'o country. ft to turn in on into lighters. game must go on to tho finish fair that I would havo wero going to havo a largo alrplano Bent to the gloriflcntlon of muscle, tho adoratho chapters. This moans Dudley Fiold Mulono declined toto go through an play against foul until Gormany Is tion of the brute man. operation boforo I (leet. Wo wore not ready and our that from this timo forth, chapters day to act as council for Mmo. Do bhown that her sort of gamo is not "Oh, yoe, then Is a sport. It's could get well. allies, Kngland and France, havo had will ho asked to produce "My mother, who to ward tilf tho attack. Lot achieve- tides in certain definite cortaln art Victoria, for whoso arrest and that, fuelling. Uut what a sport! I don't worth tho effort and tho price." uuuntitlcs, of her alleged confederates ho claimhad been helped by Vihiw what the conditions aro at tho neither more nor less; and that chap- ed credit. Ho oxpressed astonishLydia E.PinkhanVB ment speak without, boasting." Ireont timo whether tho authorDuring tho course of his address ters wijl bo expected to conflno their ment that sho should request his apVcgotablo Compound, advised mo tho spcakor praised tho loyalty ities sanction dualling or not. Hut of production to sucu articles as uro pointment as her counsel. to try it before I do know that In tho patt ovory Gor-rih- ii For Infants and Children opera- tho "State of Wisconsin and tho Wis- nsked for by tho division, under Inboy, when ho gots out of the tion, ltreliovedme consin Stato University. structions from Washington. Tho IT UK TM7K? Years yrimary school, looks forward to tho In Use For Over frcn my troubles o purposo of this regulation Is, first, Wo clip this strango story or anibo I can do my houso work without any 'lay when ho will havo his first duel, Always bears Cholera Morbus. tho conservation of raw muterluls; mal telopathy from nn English difficulty. I advisa any womun who is und got a slash across his face. You second, tho making sure that thoro puriodical: afflicted with female trouble to give Signature of lsnow tho pictures of thoso bandaged Lydia E. l'inkham'o Vegc-LiMThis Is a very painful and dangor- - shall not bo Comof boiiio Tho following Is an authentic story pound a trial and It will do as much for ous dlsoaso. huoks? Thoy nio omhlematlc of tho In almost ovory neigh articles and dearth of others. of tho sagacity and faithfulnoss or a "21 Cth iborbood 8omeo" ha8 lUcrt from u b0- Germany before tho war tho scarTho division hns received and will soldier's dog told to 1110 by his parIn an outlying district of tho Sudan red, out faco of Gormany, Just as tho was stutluncd u telegraph clerk who Homc:;:r.c3 aro serious condi- - luru '"euicinu cuuiuu o ooiaiucii or dlstrlhuto presently Its assignment of ents. Tho news was received by thorn warred, cut faco of llolglum Is tho found tho desolation getting tho hot- tbri3 vhcro a there hospital operation is the a physician summoned. Tho right hospital garments and knitted ar- that their son had fallen in uctlon; ' mblom of Germany this day. but ter of his nerves untl telegraphed to cn'ynlternstlve, havo on tho other hand 'way ,8 to ,mvo ft bottI oI chambor. ticles. Assignments of surgicul dress- from thnt timo his dog moped, pined, many wo.-ncbeen cured by this All About Woody Heroes. headquarters; "Can't stay hero; am bo famous root and herb remedy, Lytfia E. lai" 8 Co,, amI W"l"c'i Uomedy ings and hospital supplies will bo refused his food.and finally wasted "Of courso tho Gorman boys havo n danger of llfo; surrounded by lions, Pinkham'o Vegctablo Compound, after I ' tho houso so as to bo propared for made lator. awny, veritably dying of n brokon books. doctors havo said that un operation was it. Mrs. Charles Knyoart, Hunting Hut thoy aro books baited on elephants ami wolves," heart, Tho curious part of this story necessary every woman who wants legends, books on homes and tho d Tho clerk at WAGKS IX GKHMAXV. is that tho dog's grlof began, not on to avoid an operation should give it a ton, Intl., writes: "During tho sumlike, all conducing to wired back: "Thoro uro no fair trial before submitting to such a mer of 1911 two of my children woro tho day tho news arrived or his mas-to- r' 'Vharo is nothing in any of these which wolvoa in tho Sudan." trying ordeal. taken sick with cholora morbus. I (Anaconda Standards) death, but two days boforo, nt ua taud tho German boy to a proper Tho next day tho dasolato ono repli- - if complications exist, write to Lydia usod Chamberlain's Colic and DiarAn oxhaubtlvo article In a rccont tho very timo tho young man was jnrfurstandliig that llfo Is something od: "Itoforring to my wlro of tho E. PinkhumMedieino Co.. I.vnn. Mass.. rhoea Ilomcdy and It gavo them im- - number or tho Literary Digest gives killed. m. CLARICE for advice. Tho result of many years Setter than u display of physical lGth, cancel wolves." Exchange. mediate relief." m interesting Inrormatlon as to wagos experience U at your service. Uuckhurst Hill. fiERMAN BOYS VOID A Lend Your Money $t As Freely As They Are Giving Their Lives one-thir- pro-;rom- tax-raisi- to-dn- nlnc-Innln- sh Jurie 38 National War Savings Day :f Super-imposin- . ! cy super-impose- J. C ILER, - HARTFORD, KY. GrocerymaH t fair,-chanc- J one-thir- p. y, HOW MRS. ; tlo-th- AVOIDED AN OPEMTION CASTOR l A 30 - (S &&&&&: hu-ma- no o KaSrohfi0 n hard-hearte- head-quarto- rs horo-wondil- p. -- nh t . i - uU4!U r PHYSICAL UNFIT TO r Keep Faith With Your Boy "Over There' When your boy was so little that all the world was a foreign country to him, he trusted you to take care of him. You sent him to school and to play and on your little errands, and with implicit faith he did your bidding. Now we have sent your boy or your neighbor's boy out into a foreign land, into terrors that he connot even know and his faith has not faltered. He knows we will do our part if he does his Pledge yourself to buy War Saving Stamps on or before DO MILITARY DUTY ',wr ; Those Released For Minor! Defects To Be Used In Service. VVuBMri:KAmdwaMPHdHHBHmMBmjBi Mi ChSIdren Cry for RKMHHMMHHMMif Fletcher's r.r. June 28th National War Savings Day Saving to help our sons is not to be called by the ugly name of duty of sacrifice. It is love's blessed privilege. Are we keeping the faith? Are we scrimping and saving and giving to help our boys do this thing that humanity has asked of them, and to help them come back to us sane and whole? Are we doing not only our bit, but all we can? NATIONAL WAR SAVINGS COMMITTEE This space contributed for the Winning of the War by J. A. BILBRO, General Merchandise R. 7. HARTFORD. KY. SUBS MAY SHELL CITIES ON COAST Authorities Fear More Than Hun Aircraft. U-Bo- Shelling of Is much inoro const cities by . likely and could be nccomiilinhccl with fewer illflcultlos anil loss danger than a submarine nttempt to looso an nlr raid against our coast. That is the view of army and navy authorities who have studied the possibilities of both attacks. "No doubt an air raid against our coast could bo carried on from submarines," ono high olllcial of tho army "but all our study admitted of tho difficulties Involved and tho advantages that might result Justify tho belief that this Is tho least of our dangers from subs. Would Hinder Commerce. "Tho big Job for tho submarines just now Is to stop tho flow of men, munitions and foodstuffs from this country to England nnd France. Tho raiding of American cities would contribute nothing to this end, unless by chance they should hit an embarkaDut evqn tion wharf or warehouse. that would bo of less consequence than tho sinking of ono big cargo car-rlat sea or of ono troopship. "To launch an air raid, oven of ono or two machines, would necessitate a special typo of submnrlne, and In carrying out such a raid tho' submarine's effectiveness as a weapon against vessels at sen would bo reduced and hor cxposuro to tho chances of discovery and destruction immeasurably Increased. "To begin with tho airplanes would have to bo transported insido tho whoso hntches would havo to bo of much larger slzo, and tho difficulty of maintaining a sealtlght boat increased. "But suppose- such a submarlno with tho capacity to carry ono or sov-cr- al .airplanes, should bo constructed and sent across. Arriving off tho Atlantic coast, tho submarine would havo to emorgo to hoist out and assemble tho planes. Hvon at best, this would bo a Job of hours, not minutes, and tho dangor of discovery by patrol vossels would bo great If discovered while assembling tho planes, tho could not submorgo quickly without tho loss or serious damage of hor precious planes, on which tho success of nil hor efforts deponded. "Grant, however, that It would bo possible for tho submarlno to find u shelter nook whero she might assemble hor planes undlsovered by any patrol. Theso would necessniily ho hydroplanes, carrying pontoons, so they could rlso from and alight on tho water. "If it wero to bo a daylight raid Washington. Juno S. to-da- or U-b- would havo to remain tho OF afloat or como frequently to tho sur-fac- o REVISION in order that tho plnno or planes DRAFT CLASSES might locate her upon their return. If It wero a night raid which would ho more likely alio would havo to signal with lights to guide the planes Started by Gen. Crowder, upon their return. Who Says Class One Would Draw I)cstroers. "Meanwhile, whero would our Too Small. patrol boats nnd planes ho? "The flashing of strange lights at night would draw chasers nnd deWashington, Juno 7. A general stroyers from man miles. Tho re- revision of classification under tho turn flight of an enomy nlrplano by selectlvo service net wns stnrtcd day certainly would guldo patrol by Provost Marshal General boats and planes to tho rendezvous Crowder when ho telegraphed" to tho nwaltcd tho planes, Governors of all States ordorlng In whero the with tho chances favoring tho loss of vestigations to dctcrmlno the reason In fnct, for tho smnll unmber or registrants both planes nnd submnrlne. tho chances of a safo return, cither in class 1 in somo localities. by daylight or night, would bo most Tho list of somo boards show an unlikely, nnd in viow of tho danger nverag0 far beiow tho national av-t- o tho submarlno herself in tho re- - oraBO of 28i7 ner ccnt registrants In turn to tho planes, It is reasonable to cinss t supposo that in event any nlr raids Somo boanig iiave fallen as low as nro attempted upon coast cities It ' 10 ,)cr cent. will bo after a deliberate decision to Thousands of men now in class 4 sacrlflco both tho men and tho planes snoula uo put Jn cias3 i an(i 2f the making tho flight, and thnt onco sho Provost Marshal said. had launched her aircraft sho would T,10 instructions also ordered Inves- t submorgo nnd put ngnin to sea." tgation3 to dctcrmlno if any men Although tho likelihood of an at- - havo boen erroneosly put in tho upper tack from tho air on Atlantic coast cia8ses whon tney should have been cities is minimized by olllclals, pre- - piace,i Jn ti10so lower down. cautions have been taken to combat 1Illlf.MII1Ion to llc Acil. any such raids should they develop. searchlight stations havo, mont Poworful will bring into class ono moro and near severa been established are located cities airplane stations ,BtrantB woro mar. qiq Cases from which planes might rise for pur- of tfco draf(. act w)u suit. lm pnrnfnllv rnnslilnroil. nnil If nvl- At Washington there havo been ' UVttVQ m ninaa awuu ti IIUIWIIVO kept for months powerful American ono boards will uiuuiivuviuureclassify proceed to Tjrltlsh, French nnd Italian machines them. Married men whoso wives havo ' ostensibly for exhibition and dem- sustaining Incomes probably will be onstration purposes. Hut all theso reclnsiflcd. machines, and their skilled flyors, "This ofllco has reached tho conwho havo seen scrvlco at tho front, clusion," said tho Provost Marshal In tho would bo nvallablo for actlou General, "that corrective proceedure event tho Ilocho should try an air atcan bo mndo most offectlvo by revercapital tack on Uncle Sam's sion by tho locnl boards with tho hearty and active asslstnnco of government nppcnl agents and members Reports Good of legal advisory boards. Please Rockport "You will, theroforo, issue instrucThoro has never boon anything tions that'thcy shall immediately prowith tho QUICK results of puro Lnv- - ceed to a careful examination of all optlk eyo wash. Ono man's oyes tho questlonalres and records In tho woro so bndly strained ho could not class of cases hereinafter Indicated road without pain. TWO nppllca-jnn- d mako such recommendations to tlons of Lavoptlk rolloved him. A, the local boards as they may deem lndy had tried threo different glasses j necessacy. Local boards," government for weak, Inflamed eyes. ONE Lav- - appeal ngonts and membors of legal optlk wash surprised hor. Wo guar- -' advisory boards should direct special anteo a small bottlo to benoflt nttontlon to the following classea of EVERY CASE weak, strained or in- - cases: flamed eyes. Harrcl Bros., druggists, "Class two A and 13; class threo A, 2 b and C, and class four A. at Itockport. i Thousand of registrants nro now In clnss four who should bo in class Whooping Cougli. In this dlseaso it is important that two or claBS ono. Government appeal tho cough bo kept loo'so nnd expec- - ngonts should bo instructed to appeal toratlon onsy, which can bo done by ovory caso whero thr reclassification giving Chnmberlaln's Cough Remedy. Is not convincingly correct. Mrs. P. II. Martin, Poru, Ind., writes, "My two daughters had whooping cough. I.gavo them Chamberlain's' FOR FLETCHER'S Cough Remedy and it worked llko a ' m I charm." at I to-d- ny ,,....,,., Washington, Juno 9. Two hun drod and fifty thousand men released from early servlco under tho drnft because of minor physical defects, but held for "special and limited military duty," aro to bo brought into tho army within tho next few months for service Jn noncombatnnt units. At present every man in tho army has had to pnss rigid physical tests for field service. Tens of thousands of theso sturdy, athletic young fellows, however, nro serving as clerks and storekeepers In quartermaster nnd ordnnnco depots, ns military police, hospital orderlies, headquarter clerks, telegraph, telephone nnd wireless operntors nnd In other Jobs thnt could bo as efficiently filled by men not physically qualified for front lino work. "Huskies" Must In order thnt America may put into this war hor maximum fighting strength, General Crowdor, Provost marshal genoral, has decided that no man physically fit for front line service shall bo permitted to servo In a noncombatnnt capacity so long as it Is posslblo to fill acceptably these Jobs with men not flt for tho trenches. A man may havo a thumb or finger off, a glass eyo or flat feet, and still bo able to do everything that is re quired in noncombatnnt service. Often ho will bo able to do it better than tho young athlete. Somo of the most efllcient ofllco men to bo fouhd aro often virtually cripples in tho military sonse. "There Is a Job In tho army for every man who is ablo to handlo any sort of Job In Industry," It was stated at Crow tier's ofllco. "Tho whole army can not bo on the battcllnc, and It Is absurd to apply battlellno requirements to the men of the noncombatnnt forces. "As a result, wo will release from noncombatnnt work for duty at tho front tho equivalent of 200 German divisions for every ono of these men brought In for 'special and limited military duty' will release from work a man physically flt for tho trenches." "Limited Service." f Orders for the induction of theso "limited sorvico" men Into tho army will end tho regime of slckers and slackers" who' although strong and sound, secured assignment to desk Jobs and other duties that would keep them far from tho sound of tho guns. "Thousands of men in Washington alone will bo released for flold duty," this draft official declared." "This refinement of selection will continue until about the only Class 1 men not in service will be the Invalids and total Incompetents. For specialized work, too, wo will go Into tho deferred classes when necessary." From now on ability to servo Is to bo tho deciding factor In selection. Probably tho most expert wireless operator In tho United States has only ono leg. 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STARCK PIANO CO.. 1343 Starck Bldg.. CHICAGO! beautifully llli'strated plana book which giies you a large amount of information rrirarHini-nlano- s. Thta ) book will Interest sal h picae "ou. Write today. Send today for our new look Fre- - NOT A SHOCK UNIT. You Can You Be Whatever t I h Children' Cry CA3XO R A (Received by an Exemption Board.) When a boy eloven years old ho got badly hurt nnd had a bad defect with his back. He has troublo to stoop to pick up anything, and one leg Is shorter than tho other, and ho hurt his hand and has ono stiff finger and a defect on tho other hand, and ho hurt his head and stayed hard of hearing. Can't walk, for ho. suffers of a sore side nnd tho samo when driving. Back and sldo gets awful sor when ho lifts any thing heavy. Eyos get bloodshot and trouble to see any Ho gets frightened. excitements, could never go to school and was always sick. Ho can't read or wrlto and is crosseyed. Ho froze his heels nine years ago and every winter is laid up with soro heels and his feet get bad. Ho cut his foot across tho top and three stiff toes bother him to walk. Ho Is drowsy and sleepy all his lifo and when ho goes to sloop ho chockes and Jumps up and grasps for breath, and ho was tended by a doctor for two years for a rupture. Whon hoi runs ho gets sick and has to go to bed. I testify that these facts aro true and ho is oven worse than I have put down, nnd ho sends in his exemption Just to comply with tho law, unci It the was goes on wo will send him to tho asylum. HIS FATHER. want To Be You can be a success, and a big success, if you have AMBITION, ERERGY, NERVE. The road to success is easy if you are properly prepared. A Business Education is the chief requisite for preparedness. The big men of today almost without exception are the men who prepared yesterday. We prepare you for the position that are waitin for the prepared man or woman. School fa session the entire year. Pupils may enter at any time and receive proper classification. V ns it in rt ik KY. !. (Incorporated) OWEJNSBORO fM:Cr0 ?Mttwev WWftTtMMMHiHi J.um.mvLjm-jrJtL.-.r- im mitMimuiAM:Slkm. The Hartford Republican PublMicd Weekly by HARTFORD PRIXTIXO COMPAXY Incorporated nt tho snmo tlmo establishing mall routes by nlr, between moro favored sections, Is' oven worse than taking from Peter nnd giving to Paul It Is taking from thoso who hath not nnd giving to thoso who hath In STRAY STREAKS 4? (By Pluko McFluko.) ? C C. E. SMITH, W. S. TINSLEY, Scc.-Trca- Sublimely ridiculous is pcrhnps tho Editor most npproprlnto term for allowing .IOIIX HEXRY THOMAS ' W. S. TIXSLEY, Associate Ktlltor a carnival to como to Hartford Just now. In an hour of nntlonnl agony, nnd Business Malinger. when wo nro sending our sons to wo nro 'Entered nccordlng to law nt tho foreign fields of war; when rostolllco, Hartford, Ky., as mall rationed to conscrvo food: when wo aro practicing tho limit of matter of tho second class. to supnort our armies In tho fields, to to indulge tho wasteful oxtravlganco of Address nil communications Unless wo mlsjudgo tho a carnival. Tho Hartford Republican. spirit of tho good peoplo of Hart ford tho carnival will bo given n NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. wide berth. Subscribers desiring tho paper sent to a now address must give tho old CAROUSING CARNIVALS. address In making tho request. CARNIVAL Any merrymaking, Duslncss Locals nnd Notices 10c per line, and 5c per lino for addition- feasting, or masquerading, especialal Insertion. ly when overstepping tho bounds of Obituaries, Resolutions nnd Cards decorum; a time of riotous excess. of Thanks, 6c per line, money in "Ho saw tho lean dogs beChurch Notices for services free, neath tho wall out other advertisements, 6c per lino. Hold o'er tho dead their Anonymous communications will receive no attention. carnival." sclf-doni- ol President s. A doggono concern sent mo n circular letter a fow dnys ago, jyheroln they wnntcfd to sell mo n talking mawhen I nm not chine out homo with tho wlfo I'm clown nt tho office with John Henry. Where In tho dickens could I ever enter n talking machino? I nm not going to blow in money for n thing I have no Gcc-whlz- About, Face! Have you thought War Savings Stamps beneath your dignity that W. S. S. were only for your children? Have you thought War Savings Stamps were only for those vvlio could invest in 25 cents as steps to W. S. S.? Have you thought that Liberty Bonds, in their higher denominations, were your principal method of helping to finance the war? No matter what your subscription to Liberty Loan War Savings Stamps are also FOR YOU! i If -- ifr' I r 4? 4? 4? 4) 41 hope of over getting n chnnco to use, no, not me. 4? 4? 4 4? 49 49 c c It Is with the most exquisite, sumptuous plensuro of about 52 centimeter caliber, that I find on careful enquiry, Albert Leach and Lafo Emb- ry, who helped to pass this dumgoozl-cdodrottcd work 36 hours per week lnw, nro both on the lower side of 50 years of ago. Wo'vo got our eyes on you boys, about a 1J00 strong, so don't lay "often" tho work stuff. d, 4 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 41 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 Friday, June 28th, National War Savings Day An extra quota, according to population, has been set. It is $20 average for each American man, woman and child this means the limit, $1000 each, for those who can, to average those who cannot. The goal is $2,000,000,000 (Two Billion Dollars) to be obtained this year, 1918, which means J ft c c c c f J a Formers Mutual F1UDAY TELEPIIOXES. Cumberland 2! 01) SE 14 Meet us on tho road Friday. J Will vou spend your money for a thrift stamp or a carnival ticket. Remember tho big road working next Friday. We will need you. Come and help us. y is National Flag Day. Every business house and residence should bo decorated with tho National colors. To-da- All the towns wo know that have had experience with carnivals are refusing to let them play return engagements. Wo are Indebted to tho Courier-Journ- al for the cut of Ensign William S. Moore, appearing in this paper this week. In its llstt published Tuesday, of "generally tho, newspapers of the stato, with tho repulsive" thing liko tho average Courier-Journeditor of each, tho country town street carnival on the must have used an ancient directory. general public, but from no angle at we see It that way. If you do not have a boy In France our viewpoint cancourse, our opinion wrlto to, write .to some other As a mntter, of to asked, neither mother's boy. Nothing so heartens In the matter was not our boy In a foreign land, and in the are we presuming to believe that the from home. opinion was, or even now Is wanted, face of death, like a letter certain that and it is reasonably you want to buy a bill of goods, those responsible for this proposed If within our gates of subscribe for a newspaper.pay a bank assembling note, have a horso shod or bring a theso world renowned, divorce suit, don't como to Hartford entertainers, care but little what we think of it, and we, likewise have Juno 21. We will all bo out our opinions and occasionally feel that we have duties to perform. Governor Stanley has just com- There are two things you may figure muted the life sentence of a criminal on for certain. This carnival will sent up from western Kentucky for not do our community tho least bit dynamiting a house and killing four of good and In Its tracks scars will be people. The Governor has great pa- left. Yes, some of our boys, and tience with the bloody' handed others will be done harm. g, al The above, with tho quotation is tho definition for "carnival." Thoy do say that tho good town of Hartford is to be afflicted with ono of these things. For the whys and wherefores thereof wo aro unable to state, except It bo tho paltry and tainted sum of $25.00 which to us, seems the price of a mess of pottage. A street carnival with its usual ac companying noise, nausea and nearly alwavs degrading effects should, or by dinarily, not be countenanced tho good people of this, or any other repectable community, neither are they doing so in the great majority of places. More especially In these times of stress and unusually heavy burdens, should we steer clear of tho g leach, the money-hunt-iwho Is striving to take naraslte. from our midst, without giving any thing of value in return, part of our funds so sorely needed, not only to give sustenance and help to tho unfortunate near our doors, but to the the starving, helpless of foreign lands, and to our dear BOYS who aro to go, going and now "over there." It may be a good thing to Inflict a noisy, riotous, blood-suckinnc down-trodden, Thero nro n fow good points in fnvor of the fellow who is rn Uncle Sam's army, viz: Tho soldier boy don't havo to pull n big, heavy ono horso block around over a cloddy garden, ho don't have to make a darn mulo out of himself shoving a 49 garden plow 5 inches deep thru 49 waxie soil and neither is he 49 called upon to eat corn bread 2 'J 49 times every day in order to live out 49 49 of jail. 49 49 No, wo don't say that tho soldier's 49 path Is solidly strewn with roses, but 49 when you como to think of It his 49 wlfo don't cnll him an hour and a 49 half early In the morning after he 49 49 happens to be out 60 minutes late 49 pins, the 49 the night before, rolling naked end of broom handles, decayed 49 potatoes and loose books at handy 49 Intervals, aro weapons of offense with 49 which ho does not havo to come In 49 49 contact. 49 & c RIGHT ABOUT FACE! Subscribe for your full quota of W. S. S. Sign your pledge on or before Friday, June 28th. NATIONAL WAR SAVINGS COMMITTEE This space contributed for the Winning of the War by sxr-t' l c f i rA I J c I c ? & CARSON & COMPANY, Hartford, Ky. & c i & J g road-workin- g. ' "V Tho second German offensive, that started with such violent onergy, lacked the staying quality of the March offensive, and has slowed down. Sharpx fighting is still in prog ress at many points uui ai most oi them the advantage is with the allies. of this town. Every good citizen The American soldiers aro working and they aro all good citizens morning to make wonders on the battlo line, and tho hhould begin this the carnival such a dismal, disap- nation - at home has just cause for pointing failure that we would never feeling- proud of what they aro ac Great confidence is folt be in danger of having another ono complishing. in both this country and Europe that inflicted on us. tho worst is now over, and Gen. Foch Allowing for partial reports, tho is holding his lines with tho least American soldiers still aro working possible sacrifice of men, till the wondors on tho battlo lino in Franco. American army may add strength They aro three thousand miles from enough to start a counter offensive. home and the Huns must be vanquish- There seems every reason for tho Amed before they can see mothers, erican peoplo to view the situation sweethearts and homo again. They with hope and confidence. have much to nervo them to their best effort to win. In an address to 5,000 soldlors at Camp Meade, Md., Cardinal Gibbons uttered these commendable sentiments: "First, last and always, bo a band of brothers. No. matter what Stato or nation you como from, no matter whut raco or rollglon, bo u hand of brothers to defend your country against her enemies. AGED A newspaper headline says, Olllo James is out of danger. That was a reference to Olio's recent sickness. He likes a long shot of being out of danger of defeat at the hands of Judge Bethurum, for United States senator. PROGRESS OF THE WAR. CITIZEN' DEAD. Mr. Ashford W. Mills died at his miles homo, about two and one-hafrom town, last Friday night, of leak-ag- o of tho heart and a form of kidney Mr. Mills was near 74 years trouble. of ago, was a soldier In tho union army during the war of 61 to 65 nnd witloly known throughout tho county. Wo can truly say, another good citizen has answered the last roll and A registrants In somo call. Tho remains wore burled at for somo of tho cases where deferred classification Aloxander, after funeral services, 4 M. on mero pretexts, made to look good Saturday, at P. to tho District Hoards, by some PREACHER ORDA1XED. means, will meet with tho hearty approval of nearly everybody,' exRov. Hondy Westorfleld, of Hartand a few cepting thoso ford Route 7 was ordained In the of their Immediate relatives. Baptist ministry, at Bolls Run church Postmuster General Burleson's Idea Tuesday Juno 11. Tho ordination of removing railway mall clerks from was conducted by Rovs. N. F. Lash-biooof Philpot, Albert Maddox, of roads Uko tho ono pasblng through our gates and a lot of othors In tho McIIcnry, Birch Shields, of Ueavor country, and thereby further crippling Dam aud Russell Walker, of au already poor mall service, while lf k, FOR SALE Largo Span Gray Horses, 17 hands and 1 inch, and 16 hands and 3 inches high. 9 and 10 CIRCUIT COURT SUITS. Perfectly gentle and years old. never known to scare at anything. Only three suits havo been filed and work anywhere. Will sell nt a recently In circuit court. J. A. James, Apply to bargain. of Cromwell, sues tho Nntional Union W. E. ELLIS, Fire Insurance company of PennsylHartford, Ky. 49t2 vania, for ?100 for the loss of a barn, InShow the Kaiser as he really Is; upon which ho carried tornado amount named. Mr. gives authentic insight Into the con- surance for tho ferences of the Kaiser and the ring James alleges that his barn was deOne of the stroyed by a cyclone and that the of military butchers. patriotic films ever shown, Is company refused to either pay the most "My Four Years In Germany," at amount for which tho building was the Star Theater, Hartford, June 17 Insured or to rcplnco the building. Frank Ulack Sr., sues tho Security Mondny. Matinee, 2:30; evening, Admission, adults 55c; child- Life Insurance company of America S:00. for $1,000, tho amount of a life polren, under 12, 33c. icy carried by Frank Black Jr., deceased, of which decendent's estate AXOTIIER BRAVE GIRL. Mr. Illnck is administrator. E. L. Douglas, of tho Select counAnother Ohio county girl, who Is in the field, has exercised try, sues Zura Douglas for divorce. helnine the quality f good sense, and don Douglas states that he and tho deNo. 2 on our honor fendant woro married somo time In ned overalls. 1917, and that a few months later roll Is Miss Edna Ward, of Mr. L. Crabtree, of Hartford. A she deserted him and has since failgreat number of nervy girls are as- ed and refused to live with him. V sisting In the field work, and we CULTIVATORS AXI PLOWS. heartily commend the very sensible 14 and 5 tooth Cultivators, Double dress of overall trousers with "mid Shovel Plows, Vulcan New Ground dles." and Turning Plows, No. 12 Blue Bird Have installed two shower baths Plows. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. at plant. Will be ready for bathing 47t4 o Monday, June 2nd. Will give free SAVE OX PAIXT. botb.8 until Juno 10th, inclusive. Time We havo a tablo full of different for bathing will be limited to 15 when another is waiting. kinds of paint which has soiled lnbles minutes Thirty minutes will be the limit un- on It you can havo your choice for Will charge 10c, 15c and 25c. der any circumstances. OHIO COUNTY DRUGG CO. 15 cents a bath after June 10th. (Incorporated) 50tf. Rooms strictly private. Ladles with the proper escort are cordially invitCLEAN UP DAY. ed. Will find instructions how to Superintendent Howard has desoperate water and steam in each bath room posted on walls and doors. ignated Saturday, June 20, as clean Also find rules and regulations which up day for every school district In will be enforced. We are equipped tho county. Ho requests that tho to give you any temperature of bath. teachors, patrons and pupils gather In their respectlvo districts on that ELLIS ICE CO. 48t4 daymd cleantho school buildings Tho purposo of KENTUCKY CUILDREX'S HOME. and play grounds. this work Is not nlono for scenic efTho report of tho Kentucky Child-ren- s' fect but for tho purposo of sanitation Home, one of tho State's best as well. Bring the hoes, scythes, managed and most useful Institu- brushes and brooms, and mako your tions, shows somo interesting figures school houses nnd grounds fit places for the year 1917. for your children to llvo through tho Children received in tho Homo next seven months. This Is a duty during tho year 434; children placod that should not bo neglected in a private homes during tho year singlo district in tho county. In adIn 324. Avorage numbor received In dition to tho useful sorvico to bo pertho Home 220. Per capita expenses formed tho occasion should bo mado a neighborhood picnic day, and every$165.90. Somo general figures are: Number body should enjoy it. Bring along out In homes 1245. Total under lunches, song books and musical supervision of tho Homo 1571. Childand when tho work is done ren visited 1055. Children now in pent u fow hours in social recreation. m Homo 200. Total expenses for year DAVIS-SHAR$61,476.03. Total receipts $61,084.-2- 6. Mr. Floyd Davis, and Miss Georgia Sharp woro married by Judgo Cook, m SMALLPOX AT CEXTERTOWX. In his office, yesterday morning. Mr. Dr. Smith, of Centertown was hero Davis is a son of Mr. John Davis, of AVednesday and reports a caso of Tatty and Miss Sharp is tho daughter Ed of Mr. Dave Sharp decoased, of Pleas-at- n smallpox in that town. Mrs. Ridgo. Roark has the disease, and a numbor of persons woro oxposed before tho RED CROSS NOTES. naturo of the troublo wus known. Dr. Tho Red Cross rooms aro still closSmith was hero to consult with Dr. Pomlleton, county health olllcer, about ed, awaiting orders from headquarmeasures for preventing a sprei'd of ters for now ordors for work. Tho executlvo coiumitteo is taking this the disease. step-daught- er P. 99W9V99W9999999999999999 ??? VSSW5S: 999s Ik tlmo to havo tho rooms thoroughly cleaned. Thanks to Mrs. John Riley, screens are being put in, and an awning is desired, as tho sun shines very hot In the afternoon on the rear rooms. A new sowing machine will bo purchased with the funds donated by the Tea Room girls, and Mrs. Wilson will buy n mnchtno for tho Junior Red Cross, and allow tho ladles the uko of It nt the sewing rooms until the Juniors begin work at tho college The Woman's Club will have Its lats meeting for the year at the Rooms After that date there will be no sowing on Saturday afternoon unless necessity demands It. NEGROKS PATRIOTIC. YELLOW SLIP DAY, Tho Liberty Bond and tho Red Cross and tho Thrift Stamps and other llbornl enterprises havo had tholr day, and now tho Hartfonl Republican modestly comes forward claiming tho privilego of designating n day. Wo shall not Invito tho public generally to Join In tho Republl-an- 's day'but we want It all alono with our subscribers. Wo now set apart nnd ordain Friday Juno 14, as tho Republican's Yellow Slip day, and wo especially nnd cordially invito each and overy ono of our subscribers on this day to examine the yellow slip on his paper, nnd if ho Is behind with his subscription to forthwith nnd Immediately send us tho amount due. In our Issue of Juno 21 wo will publish a list of the names of those who woro generous enough to honor us with observing our Yellow Slip day. Tho honor roll will be open up to noon Juno 20. We will gratefully appreciate a long honor list. tho-man- i It is a pleasuro to report tho fino spirit of patriotism of tho colored peoplo of Taylor Mines, who, by a picnic held at that place Saturday, raised $53 and donated tho entire sum to tho Red Cross. This is tho negros' country ns well as tho whlto man's country, and It Is an honor to tho negro raco to display this evidence of loyalty In the hour of tho nation's need. Tho colored peoplo are In infancy of commercial and industrial development, and are not able to mako large sacrifices, but such small evidences 'of public spirit as that displayed by the Taylor Mines negros will go far toward establish ing better relations with their white mm OUR PRICES. Millet Seed Stock Peas Soy Beans 50tf $3.00 per bushel $2.25 per bushel $4.00 por bushel D. L. D. SANDEFUR, Beaver Dam, Kjv MORE SOLDIERS CALLED. brothers. Another call for soldiers has been, issued by the Provost Marshal's ofm fice. Kentucky will furnish 7,00 men for this quota, Ohio county will FERTILIZER FOR SALE. Just received a car load of Jones' send 5 colored and 27 white men-Th- o men will bo called between tha-2- 5 potato and tobacco grower. and 29 of this month. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. ro9ro$&$$s$ro$$s( A PHOENIX SILK HOSE ALL COLORS $1.50 to $2.00. X Htib Clothing Co. HARTFORD, KY. isssvi!$s$s$s$s$i Tho yoiinK ladles Tea Room $22.80 from Saturday's sales V Hot Weather MATERIALS Anticipating the usual warm weather we began preparing months ago for it. Our store is filled with these sheer materials that will make this exceedingly warm weather pleascnt to you. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Hcavrln spent Sunday with relatives In Owcnsboro, Examination for teachers' certificates will bo held at Fordsvlllo only,, Juno 21 and 22. Mrs. Salllo Hlgdon, of Owcnsboro, ItsRam in0 "NT spent tho week end with the family or Mrs. T. S. Marks. Tho Parent Teachers Association will meet at tho .school building this nftcrnoon at 3 o'clock. Attorneys A. D. Kirk and Otto wcro In Rockport yesterday, depositions in a lawsuit. Tho last third of tho sixth month's pay for tho teachors was received by Superintendent Howard Monday. ow d. A splendid assortment of plain and fancy Voils, from 15c to 35c yard. 20 and 25c Fancy and plain Organdies Rov. A. D. Litchfield will preach yard. Tub Sillosplendid for men's shirts and ladies' dresses, 35, 60 and 75c yard. White and fancy Skirting 35, 50, and .$1.00 yard. 12, at Hamlin Chapel Sunday, June, at 4:00 o'clock P. M. 1G, Miss Evelyn Thomas has returned from Georgctowni where she has bc'on attending school. Mrs. W. O. Kirk, of Fordsvllle, spent Tuesdoy in town, tho guest of County Attorney, A. D. Kirk. Mrs. Noel Wcsterfleld and chlldron, of Lamar, Colorado, aro visiting the family of Prof. J. T. Hongland. Dr. J. R. Plrtlo left yesterday for Lexington to attend the convention of the Kentucky Stato Dental That money you have laid away for "a rainy day' wouldn't you give every nickel of it to keep a Hun's knife away from your boy's throat? Well, the Hun wants to get here with his knife and the "rainy day" is here its raining now, raining bombs and shrapnel upon our boys "over there." You don't have to fight, but Your son does, or your brother who is now across the way or the kid now in khaki to whom you used to give pennies a short time ago. JUNE 28th . i i Ready-to-We- ar Department. NATIONAL WAR SAVINGS DAY On that day the nation calls upon you, not just your neighborbut you to pledge yourself to the purchase of a certain number of War Savings Stamps during 1918. ! Ladies' sheer quality waists $1.00. Crepe De Chine and Georgett waists $3.50 to $8. White Skirts $1.25 to $3.60. Silk Skirts $4.98 to $8.98. Crepe De Chine dresses $13.50 to $20. Miss Coma Wedding returned to her homo at Barretts Ferry, Tuesday, after a visit with relatives in Mrs. J. Nay Foster and baby, of Elaine, Ark., are visiting Mrs. Foster's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cal P. Kcown. WS.S. Lend your money as freely as they are giving their lives. i If you desire to save time and worry in hot weather department, and remember see our ready-to-wethat it pays to trade with a house that saves you money. ar National War Savings Committee This space contributed for the Winning of the War by 2&&z&1&Gbi ! Judge It. W. Slack and daughter, Mrs. J. 13. Riley, of Owcnsboro, aro at Dawson spending a few days Springs. BANK "OF HARTFORD, Hartford, Ky. an who are teachers in the city schools. ,made tho day a happy one for the little folks, for which chllrden and Mrs. T. J. Mullen and three small parents aro alike thankful. children, of Princeton, Ind., are guests of J. C. Her and family, arMudge Cook and stato engineers riving yesterday. Mrs. Mullen and Galbert and Minor went out to the children will visit relatives at Rock-po- rt widow Allen farm, on the Sulphur and other points in the county Springs road, Tuesday to inspect a befor returning home. gravel bed. A sample of tho gravel was sent to Frankfort for analysis, "My Four Years in Germany" it wllL and if found of the most talked about picture in the be used in road construction. out tho Judge will soon income tax. bo paying proper-qualit- Tear Ont to ma on Fill In Hand Letter-Carri- er or Hail to Post Office Kindly havo letter-carri- er TO THE LOCAL POSTMASTER $5. U.S. WAR-S for which I will AVINCS STAMPS at $ deliver pay on delivery! each Mr. Clifford Maddox, a soldier boy stationed now at West Point visited Win. J. ."Dick" Graves, a contractor his parents at Beavor Dam Saturday and builder of Louisville, visited his and Sunday. uncle. Squire B. F. Graves, of Buford, this week. Mr. Sam Taylor and Miss Jessie Smith, of Louisville, visited their Mrs. Dlllis Ward and sister, Mrs. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elvis Smith, M. D. Barnard, of Nocreek are visit- near Heaver Dam, Sunday. ing their sister, Mrs. Delia Pirtlo in Judge W. E. Settle, candidate for Madisonville this week. the third time for the Democratic Gwcndo'lyne Martin, littlo daughter nomination for judge of tho Appelof Mr. and Mrs. Otto Martin, ac ate court, was in Hartford a few companied Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Heav- - days the first of the week. rln to Owensboro. Sunday. Mr. Carl Davenport, of Oklahoma, parMr. and Mrs. W. T. Woodward and Js spending a few weeks with his spent ents, Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Davenport, Mr. A. K. Anderson and family Mr. Davenport will Sunday in Owensboro, tho guests of at Rochester. answer for draft service soon. . relatives. 25c U. S. THRIFT STAMPS at 25c each. vuurwoifTurf WS.S. iMiromTil OOYWtMZNT April M.y Jim "W. S. S. WORTH $5.00 JANUARY 1. W. S. S. COST DURING 1918 M.I8 Oct. J4.I5 I Julr 4.19 Nov. 4.16 Auf. 4.20 4.17 I Stpu' Dc S4.2I 4.22 421 I92t The Hartford FIUDAY Republican JUNK 14 Mr. R. C. Owen, of McIIeory, called on us while in town Wednesday. Mrs. Will Riley and Mrs. Rol Riley spent Tuesday in Owensboro. H. & E. R. R. TIME TA.BLK. Miss Helen Renfrow, of LIvcrniore, oath Bound, No. 115 is visiting relatives at Dundee. .....9:06 a. m. Due at Hartford Worth Bound, No. 114 Mrs. Charlotte Tlchenor, of Matan- 8.46 p. m. zas, visiting Dae at Hartford is her daughter Mrs. S. A. (Both "Mixed" Tralni.) It, Bratcher. Personal News Mrs. Frank Black visited lior sis-to- r, Mrs. Mary Felix, In Owensboro last week. Mr. Randall Collins was operated Franklin Kirby, of Hart county, Louiswas killed by lightening last week. on at tho Norton Infirmary, in morning, for gall ville, Tuesday brother-in-lato Rev. Deceased was a stones. Ho stood tho operation well, Miller, of near town. and his speedy recovery Is expected. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Tctty. of Hen Dr. Charlie Heavrin, of Louisville, derson, came up Saturday and spent a few days with relatives. They re who has spent some time with his brother, Mr. M. L? Heavrin, hero, turned Monday. went to Owensboro Sunday where he Mrs. R- - B. Martin, recently spent will visit other relatives for some soveral days visiting her father, Mr time. B. F. Flener and other relatives near Mr. William C. Tucker, of Central Green River Church and Cromwell. City, and Miss Leila May Southard, Capt. Earl Bennett, of Owensboro, of Simmons, were married by Rev. spent from Saturday until Monday Russell Walker at his residence here, tho guest of his brother, Mr. Wednesday morning. Mr. Tucker Rnmey Duke, foreman of the Republi was born in England. can office. How the Kaiser and his henchmen The American Tobacco company planned to divide up America, shown has bought tho tobacco at the Wes- - In "My Four Years In Germany" at torfleld houso here, and Mr. Charlie Star Theater, Monday, Juno 17. Bennett, of Owensboro will have Matinee. 2:30; evening, 8:00. C5c; children under 12, 33c. charge of it. w fiction, world, based upon facts-no- t by tho man who defied the Kaiser. It has been widely reported that Star Theater, Hartford, Juno 17. S. E. Bennett, of Decature, Ala., had 2130; evening, 8:00. Matinee, one of his hands cut off several days, 55c; children, under 12, 33c. ago, which report, we are pleased to Mr. Bennett did state is incorrect. Gerard's four years in Germany receive a very severe cut, which will was shown at $1.00 and $1.50 in probably Incapacitate him for work' many cities in the country. See it for some time, but we understand ho at the Star Theater June 17, after- is doing nicely. noon and night, for GScents for and 33cents for children under Tho New York Telegram says: 12. Matinee, 2:30; p. m. evening The film is an impressive one, show8:00 p. m. ing clearly the iniquity of German autocracy." This refers to I "My "Let everyone see "My Four Years Four Years in Germany" which wilt and Kniserlsm will be shown' at the Star Theater, Hartin Germany" soon be wiped off tho face of the ford, Monday, June 17. Matinee, Adults, 55c; earth." says President Wilson. 2:30; evening,8:00. This picture at Star Theater, Hart- children under 12, 33c. ford, Monday, June ,17. Matinee, HEEDS SEEDS! 2:3$; evening, 8:00. Adults 55c; children, under 12, 33c. The best quality of Cane Seed, Misses Lelia Glenn and Cliffle Felix, Broom Corn, Pumpkin, Whlpporvrili chaperoned about thirty Hartford Peas most any kind of field seed tots in a picnic party, at the Fair you want. grounds, Tuesday. The young ladles, 47t4 W. E. ELLIS & BRO. ts, lts 1 POULTRY WANTED! and Social Euents, f Hay for Sale. B. Tappan's U. S. Carson. Eastman Kodaks and Films, at J. 48 vMr. II. P. Taylor was in Louisville tho first of tho week. Whlppoorwlll Peas $2.75 per bu. at W. E. ELLIS & BRO. 50tf Attorney E. B. Anderson, of was In town Monday. Dr. Ford and family visited in Owensboro Tuesday. Mrs. Jnmes Barnott. of Owensboro, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Joo II. I. Barnard, of Routo 3, Beavor Dam, was here on business Wcdnes- - day' Jk- - Miss Elizabeth Moore will leave Mr. Herbert Parrott, of Beaver Dam, and Miss Edna Thompson, of Saturday for Bowling Green to take Mrs. Sulllo Thomas and Mrs. W. S. McIIenry, wore married by Judge a course in Domestic Science. This Dean, of Dundee, spent Monday in Cook, Wodnseday, in tho county I new branch of study will be taught lin tho Hartford High, school this clerk's office. Owensboro. year and Miss Moore will havo charge James Gillespie, of tho firm of of it. Mrs. J. S. Bean, of Horso Branch, visited friends in Owensboro tho flrat Gillespio Bros., was In Owensboro, Gerard's four years in Germany Tuesday, to assist in making a difof tho week. ficult weld in a heavy stem used in was shown at $1.00 and $1.50 In many cities In tho country. See It Buy a goad hammock at a bargain drilling oil wells. at tho Star Theator Juno 17, afternow at OHIO COUNTY DRUO CO., noon and .night, for 55 cents for Prof. Halllo E. Brown, former 50tf Incorporated. of tho Hartford Graded school, adults and 33 cents for children unJudge W. II. Barnes returned but now principal of tho High School der 12. Tuesday from a business trip to At- at Harrlsburg, Ark., was a visitor In 3 year old, pure FOR SALE-On- e tho county last week. lanta, Georgia. bred jorsoy milch cow and (second) Dr. E. B. Pendleton was called to calf. Also ono good jersey cow and Daviess county thresher men havo agreed on ten cents a bushel for Richmond, Vn the first of the week (first) calf. Prices, $100.00 and to attend his slstor, Mrs. Holmes $80.00, respectively. threshing wheat this season. R. I. BARNARD Cununlngs, who was critically ill of C0t3 Routo 3, Beaver Dam. ptomaine poisoning. Mr. Bert Tanner, with tho Metropolitan Llfo Insuranco Co., spent tho Mr. H. P. Peyton, of Echols, and See with your own eyes what our week-enhero with his family. boys nro doing "over there." My Miss Pearl Baggarly, of Wysox, wore by Judge Cook, in his of Mrs. J. II. Rayburn returned to her Four Years in Germany" at Star married Matl-ne- o fice yesterday. This makes three' at Centertown Monday, after Theator, Hartford, Juno 17. homo 2:30; evening, 8:00, Adults ceromonlcs performed by Judge Cook a few days visit with frieuds In lu two days. It the weddings hold, CGc; children undor,I2, 33c. Owensboro. 1 1 Hens 21c, Cox I3c Chix 28c. This price is good to Wednesday night, June 19th. Watch These Columns Our prices will appear each week. We buy poultry every day. DAVIDSON - SEAY - ADAMS CO. W. E. ELLIS & BRO, Managers. License No. CO 1781. hgJU "" N THE I.ONO AIM OK MEItCV. tho airplane- engine by a mechanical hydraulic device, and impulses or (Hy Dr. Frank Crnno.) from tho crank shaft nro transmitted Tho Hed Cross is tho Long Arm rf machine gun. The rato of flro STRIKE AGAINST WAR to tho of tho machine gun is constnnt nnd its Mercy. It is tho Kindness of Mankind flro Is synchronized with tho rovolvlng propeller blades by "wnsting" a cer- organized. In Man Is an Angol and a Do'l. Address Before Socialists tain percentage of tho impulses It re ceives from tho airplane onglno nnd nj)r. Jokyll nnd Mr. Hyde. The Uil Great Unrest Affirms by having tho remaining Impulses Cross Is tho Good, aroused, onorr.ii- Exists. trip or pull tho trigger so thnt the cd to thwart tho Had. It is tho best ontidoto wo know gun Arcs Just nt tho fraction of the second when tlin propeller blades nro to tho bano ot war. Thoro nro other Charities, more of An mlilrcss to the clear of tho lino ot fire. Washington. Austrian proletariat, adopted at tho Tho pilot oporates tho gun by less helpless. Tho Hed Cross Is tho recent Vienna congress of the Ger- mean- of n lever which controls tho mightiest of nil Charities, tho Lovo affirms circuit and allows tho Impulses to nnd Pity of nil men mado supremely man Socialists of Austria clllclcnt. that great unrest exists in tho Aus- trip tho trigger. . If, as Emerson said, ''sensible men trian working classes and that n general strlko against further conand conscientious men all over tho OltK.I.V OK ODD MEASURES. tinuance of tho war is planned. Doubtless measures of all kinds world aro of ono religion," this Is tho from wcro originally taken from tho hu- expression of that religion. An oillclal dispatch Switzerland says tho government is man1 body. An Inch Is roughly tho Tho Red Cross is Humanity united warned hy tho Socialists of tho con- length ot tho top Joint of tho thumb In Servlco. sequences which will result from con- A span Is a quarter of a pace, and n It nsks no man's opinion; only his viction hy the proletariat that tho paco Is half one's height. Tho span need. Central Powers intend to continuo nnd tho paco wcro probably tho Ulnck or White, Friend or Poo, to alms of foundation ot nil measurement, and tho Red Cross thoro Is no difference; hostilities for the war-llk- o On the wo still speak qulto commonly of so It only asks: "Who is Suffering?" tho Imperial governments. And to him it goes. other hand tho address declares that many paces distant. y as n Tho Red Cross is so Efficient that after conscientious examination of tho Tho ell is little used conditions in which the struggle may measure, and mainly survives in tho Governments recognize it; so Pure in take placo the congress is confirmed old saying, "Glvo him an inch nnd Its purpose that whoovcr wishes well In Its opinion that tho present mo- he'll take an ell." ' That Is, glvo him his fellow men, desires to help It; so ment would not he favorable for n a little liberty and there is no telling Clean In its administration that the great strike. to what length ho will go, for tho most suspicious can And no fault In "The congress," continues the dis English ell Is a yard and a quarter, It. patch, "invites tho Austrian working tho Scottish ell a little over a yarfl, Tho Red Cross not only seeks to al- class to hold Itself in readiness for and tho Flemish ell only tho strugglo at a favorable moment, of a yard. which cannot fail to come." Tho word ell means arm, and thus Swiss observers see in the address means the joint or bend of and in the comments on it by the the arm. Tho ell measure was taken Zcitung the underlying influfrom the nrm of Henry 1., and If CIRCUIT COURT. ence of tho government, which seeks that was a yard and a quarter it was to avoid at this critical tlino a general of very unusual length. The capac- Judge R. W. Slack, Owensboro. walkout wjtU attendant internal dis- ity of tho human body was also early Com'th. Attorney C. E. Smith, Hartorders, put to tho use of measurement; thus ford. -- Besides the address," says tho dls- - wo have the expression, "A hop, step patclic "tho congress in resolutions and Jump." "A stone's throw," and Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. Otto C. MarMaster Commissioner protested against tho peace qt JJrcst- - the old saying, "Within a bow-shiovsk aml ot Bucharest; declared away." tin, Hartford. Itself for i"vacc without annexation, In rural Germany they speak of Trustee Jury Fund Cal P. Keown, or indemnities both in regard to places being so many hours distant Hartford. Prance, Italy, Russia, Serbia and Ru- meaning, of course, by walking; and 1st Monday In March 12 days peomania; proclaimed the right of in the rural parts of Schleswlg-Hol-stel- n Com'th. and Civil. ples to dispose of their affairs themthey say that n place Is a plpo, Civil. selves and pronounced Itself In favor or two pipes, or three pipes off, ac- 1st Monday In May 12 day of tho league of nations." cording to the number of pipes ono 1st Monday In July 12 days ms could smoke while walking there: Com'th. and Civil. ot Ohio. City of Toledo, State Shorter distances aro reckoned by 3d Monday In September 12 days Lucas County, ss. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he barks. A village under a mile away Civil. is senior partner of tho Arm of F. J. would be two or three dog's barks. Cheney & Co., doing business In the City 4th Monday In November 12 days It Is as we say, "Within calling disof Toledo, County and State aforesaid, Com'th. and Civil. and that said Arm will pay the sum of tance." ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each . and every case of Catarrh that cannot be COUNTY COURT. - AUSTRIAN PLAN j - to-da- y to-da- lovlatc tho cruelties of War; It Is the expression of thoso human sentiments that 8omo dny will put an dud to War. It Is tho linpulso of Lovo, striving to overcomo tho linpulso of Halo. strugIt Is Morcy's gling against War's rovalrles. It Is tho ono Society In which ovory Man Woman and Child should bo enrolled for It knows no soct, no prejudices, no protesting opinion; tho human being does not llvo that does not feel that tho starving should bo fed, tho sick tended nnd tho wounded healed. Majestic nnd divine- - is this Long Arm of Mercy; It finds the fnllen on tho battlefield, it brings tho nurso and tho physician to tho victim In the hospital; it leads tho weeping orphan to a homo; It feeds tho starving, caroi for tho pestsmitten whom all others abandon, and pours tho oil of Help nnd Pity into tho bitter wounds of tho World. Where a volcano hns wrought desolation In Japan, or n Flood in China, or a Hurrlcano in Cuba, or n Famlno In India, or a Plnguo In Italy, of Armies in Poland, Servin or Uclglum, there flies tho Red Cross, tho Angel of God w'hom tho fury man cannot banish from tho Earth; and to tho Ends of tho Earth, over all tho ways of tho Seven Seas, wherovor Is Human slsery, there is extended, to bless nnd to heal, Its Long Arm of Mercy rav-nglng W HOTEL 1S 33SH WILL YOU TAKE OUR GERMINAL REMEDY A Treatment to&guts ILLOFAMEfilCAI. t iifiyjv, . nkaHn' iMxAMLPy SySHrFam f for WEAK LUNGS or CONSUMPTION A oulck relict for II11I llrcd, run down frcline, couchs, pa In In clirsl. nlclil sweats, liemor-- j tinges, weak limes or consumption. If II dot. g nomeip you 11 coiia you Doming. FOR ONE MONTH countrymen. Int. It It fimt in tin hearts of Iti In a city where Rood hotels abound, the Powhatan head the OHIO MEDICAL CO, L"u,r,.T DR. TTie Towhalan it refined, exclusive, and restful. Ita excellent location on Pennsylvania Avenue, I81I1 and If Streets, snakes it a desirable lieadquar tcrs (or bridal, couples, tourist parties, conventions, School and colleges.. T The"" Powhatan" attract the Tropic ol culture and education. to State, War and Navr Departments, also to many jioints of historical interest, makes this hotel especially attractive to a discriminating public. The Powhatan offers roome with detached bath at $1.30. $2.00 and up. Rooms with private bath, $2.30. $3.00 and up. Write for booklet with nup, J. H.THORPE THROAT, NOSE. And Fitting of Glasses OWliNSUORO. KY. El E, EAR, Templa Mnsonlo mmM and TRADE-MARK- O ml count: Im, or no MienM andlielp j ju t.i ticee.i. iwnj rpotlel, pliotu ur skrirh for on paUnUUIUy. 10 jntn' THAT PAV'lri.thmUi..rouiiLJy, n Uauhtam PATCNTB at our rrMrt SUR- promptly obtained In PASSING HirerENCCS. Forfrr. uuld. Hook on l"rofit.i I'airnis writs to pr1lr. rnrr A, three-quarte- rs CLirrOHD M. Manager, LEWIS. BO3B0S Snvonth Stroot. inuiun, 1. 3. J" w Ar-helt- er DIRECTORY KOCKPORT. sra ftw M)iil.iK.tli.iiiTrmTT Ch'm'n. Board Jnmes Wilson. Clerk Rushing Hunt. Police Judge John T. Jackson. Marshal Will Langford. HEAVER HAM. Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKenney Clerk R. W. King. Police Judge J. W. Cooper. Marshal R. F. Stevens. FORDSVILLE. Ch'm'n. Board W. R. Jones. Clerk Olla Cobb. Police Judge C. P. Kesslnger. Marshal Grant Pollard. OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR. County Hoard of Education. NEW NOT SOLD U THE SEWING MACH.NK OF QUALITY. Used 40 Years ot N,D E R ANY OTHER NAME. HOME CARDUI The havo n life imsct nt the jirlco you pay, nnd will not hnvc mi endless chain of rciulrs. 3- - WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. If you purchase thcNKW IIOMK you will Woman's Tonic Sold Everywhero Quality cured by the use of HALL'S CATARRH FRANK J. CHENEY. MEDICINE. Sworn to before me and subscribed In my presence, this 6th day of December, A. D. 1SS6. A. W. GLEASON. (Seal) Notary Public. Medicine Is taken InHall's Catarrh ternally and acts through tho Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of tho System. Send Xor testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. O. Sold by all druggists. 75c. Hall's Family Pills for constipation. Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CASTO R A F " GERMANS ADMIT DRIVES TOO COSTLY TO CONTINUE Amsterdam, Juno C. The Berlin Vossische Zeltung's military correspondent in an article on the Western front situation, says: "It should be emphasized repeatedly, in view of exaggerated statements, that a decision can bo procured, only comparatively slowly. "Tho foo Is enabled to organlzo his resistance, owing to his brilliantly constructed railway system, which has junctions "and unloading sta tions at Complegne and Villers Cot- - CUUIlKl) Honolulu, IX SIX MINUTES. - Hawawll. One-arm- Henry Allen, formerly in the United States navy, who shot and killed John S. Walker, a confessed after tho later had heaped insult upon tho American government, flag and uniform, was acquitted by a local jury after tho members had deliberatBut one vote ed just six minutes. was taken. Every ballot read, "Not guilty." Tho courtroom was tho scene of a patriotic demonstration after the verdict had been read by tho clerk. Spectators stood and applauded as two American soldiers, each carrying an unfurled American flag, stepped to Allen's side. Outside, two squads of soldiers were waiting in command of a Sergeant. With Allen at its on eadh side, the head, a detail marched down King street, and Deretania and thence to Aala Park, where Allen keeps a soft drinks stand. Hundreds of persons uncovered and stood at attention as Allen and tho colors went by. on wris tho ground which Allen's counsel sought his acflag-bearSelf-defen- so terets. "Tho German supreme command cannot well proceed now against tho newly consolidated French front, which is trlckly provided with reserves o.nd bear the great losses which experience shows are entailed by such operations." "When tho French brought up big reserves, tho exploitation of the surprise movement was to a certain extent ended. Presumably, a certain change soon will occur in the entire system of battle operations. 'Iho battle cannot bo procured in a few days. We should, therefore, tirm ourselves anew with pat'ecce. The continuation of tho big orfenilvo will como at tho right time and will again mean a surprise for our onamies." mm j HtW E. S. Howard, S. S. O. C. O Considered Dlv. No. 1 J. M. Hoover, Hartit is the ford, Ky. Cheapest Moets first Monday In each month. Dlv. No. W. Duff, Fordsville, Ky. In the end Judge Mack Cook. Dlv. No. 3 H. L. Carter, Narrows, County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. to buy. Ky. rti CJcrk W.' C. Blnnkenshlp. you vniitnsowlncmnchlnc, wrlto tor) Div. No 4 Robert Goff, Roslnc, If Sheriff S. A. Bratcher. our latest cutaloguo before you jiurchase. Ky. Superintendent E. S. Howard. Dlv. No. 5 Otis H. Stevens, Beav- Tfie New Home Senine Machine Co., Orange. Mass? Jailer Worth Tichenor. er Dam, Ky. Assessor D. E. Ward. Div. No. 6 Nat Llndley. Center-towSurveyor C. S. Moxley. Ky. Coroner Dr. A. B. Riley. . Time of Meeting 1st Monday In FISCAL COURT. February; 1st Monday in April; 1st Tuesday after first Monday Monday In June; 1st Monday in AuMeets gust; 1st Monday In October; 1st In January, April and October. 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, Monday In December. County Board of Examiners Route 3. E. S. 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Beav- Howard, Mrs. I. S. Mason, Mrs. O. W. er Dam. Duff. Jan. 25 and 2C Common School 3rd District Q. B. Brown, Simmons. 1th District G. W. Rowe, Center- - Diploma Examination. May 10 and 11 Common School town. Stli District W. C. Daugherty.Balze-tow- n. Diploma Examination. May 17 and IS County Teachers' Gth District W. S. Dean, Dundee. Examination (white). GUARANTEED SERVICE May 24 and 25 County Teachers' 7th District B. F. Rice, Fordsville. One hundred per cont 8th District rB. C. Rhoades, Hart- Examination (colored). Bpeclol work (or W. Tstine. ford, Route 5. Juno 22 and 23 County and State O. W. Teachers' Examination (white). , HARTFORD. W. F. STEVEN3, Juno 2S and 29 County and State X. JT. D. 7. Mayor J. E. Bean. Hartford, Ky. Teachers' Examination (colored). Representing Continental Sopt. 20 and 21 County and Stato Clerk J. A. Howard. Marble & Granite Co. Police Judge C. M. Crowe. Teachers' Examination (white). Sept. 27 and 28 County and Stato E. P. Casebler. Marshal ? I 20. BJJt I .at VTV5ltBak9BBaaav9Qv4slsm7PI 1 WrUHBBBBBtBakJrBBBBlnaBT.t v' n, II iTi 11 xly POP DIMMCHANICS AiAGAZIND c- - 300 00 ILLUSTRATIONS Informed of the World's Proirresj In KnKineennif.MecharlC3 nnd Invention. For rainernna son and All me bamiiv. it anneals nnn lountr- - .Men ana women. ioanciasses--uiis snn r atoriui ttoiDOathrnufihout aingaiiRe lu inou.Mid4or IkuworliL Our foreign i'orrf .liondenta are ron.tnutlr on tbe wntrU for tlilncs uew and lutertitlnK and It Is ARTICLE5-3- TEEP noim Department t.U sago.) contain. lee Practical HlnU for ttiiop Work and iivj wayj for U.e u uu imnKS nmunii me uonia. Amateur Mechanlce (17 !' for tho Tiajm end uinseiioiiKuiomuBPinineAibiiMtowinrnaaemre !m anil TliM.ranli flnlflta lln.lnM limit. Hnnu hoea, Jewrlrjr. l(cd Furnltnre, etc. (Vintalna In tructloua for tne Mechaalc, Camper and Hportiinaa SINGLE COPIES. 15c Sl.SO PER YEAR orer rrM yeor .nMMlw er elrMl SrM she eWl.lir Sample copy will be sent on request. iMjuau Written So You Can Understand It enop " POPULAR MECHANICS MAGAZINE e NO. mi.niean Aveeue, vhicaqu - KBLLtheCOUC quittal, but the one-arm- man's pro- tection of tho flag and resentment of Walker's repeated insults played a leading rolo in the trial of the case. Allen and other witnesses testified that Walker, among other things, had .stated ho wanted to leave Hawaii, but that ho wished before ho went, that ho might gather a pile of automatic revolvers around hlm.put his back to an iron wall "and shoot every d American soldier in bight." Witnesses testified that Walkor on several occasions had stated that ho wished that nono of tho American soldiers who went to Prance would como back alive. I'URMKK IS EOUXI) DEAD WITH HIS THROAT CUT Owensboro, Ky Juno 8. When ono of tho mules that Clifford Stinnett, a young farmer, had been driving in his field In Ureckenrhlgo county returned to tho houso his wlfo became alarmed and went out to Investigate. She found tho other mulo tied to a tree and her husband dead on tho ground with his throat cut. This morning William Riloy, a Cash Bargain Offer! The Hartford Republican AND THE MEMPHIS WEEKLY the Firing line aaaO M Get on It AND CURE the LUNCS aw sTB aaaaO LattafiK&V '.LaaaU Ur. New Ggsemry W,TH 1 S9R vLB ? ftlal FOR JH8fcSL!in-aamiB- G81Jr?l,s 6? Oottle Free AND ALL THROAT AND LUNCTnOURLES. S. GUAKANTIZED SATISFAO'IOavl OR MONEY REFUNDED. rjmnterxsBzaasa Commercial-Appej al yon to wacctti ITIn Ufawant moat know you BOTH ONE YEAR FOR prominent farmer, surrendered himself to tho authorities of Drecken-rldg- o county, saying thnt ho had killed Stinnett. Ho was placed in jail o at Hardlnsburg to await his examinllKOWXlXd MACHINE CVS PASSES TESTS ing trial. Ho refused to discuss the killing. Stinnett was a cripple and Tho Drowning machino gun has had a wlfo and four children. successfully uudorgono a tett to determine its values for uto with aircraft. This is ono of three types of LEXWGTOH, KV., BUSIHESS UHlYERSulT machino guns with which tho rato ot be aal Saatner le TOw R. SsuABulsu Wat flro can bo so synchronized with tho Butlntu, Short Hind, Type Writing and Telegraphy a TP'' old "d sntuifil revolutions of too propeller ot a tractyouet least cott end toward or ulrplane that tho gun can bo fired retiring a kijk salartcl position. XMiOoma awarded by the pilot ot a combat plane tipeilal Ooune for Uiiuluniriit. through tho rovolvlng blades. QhOL.anilR M lunvuf nt Alrplano propellers rovolvo at from rini'Aimtr.yr roii irraJuair. iJei'ln anytliao. Ipal.i,Aiiu:s.un.Uriieiuir. 800 to 2.000 revolutions por minute. tibioa ot a l.aiiy l'rlo komis. )0u ladlie atlmdlnK Lit Boudi. Sculon. t'or particular, eddrvta The machine gun is connected with VILBUR R. SMITH UXIW0.TON, KY. 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"Probably thcro was n dccronso it tlio consumption of eggs, nil told, during December, Jnnunry nnd Fobrunry, on account of tlio scarcity of fresh laid Block, although during this period tho cold storngo supplies woro cleared out at prices that yielded a fair profit to tho owners, but markot reports and olllclnl reports show that during March and April tho consumption was "enormous," to quote tho torm used by an olllclal of tho U. S. Department of Agriculture who Is In a position to speak with authority. It Is clearly evident, therefore, that tho American hen Is still numerously In cxlstlnco and strictly on tho Job. Even more encouraging Is tho fact that grain prices havo steadily declined during tho Inst GO to 90 days, Including corn, onts, etc. Thnt this decrcaso In tho prlco of poultry feeds will contlnuo scorns qulto certain. Soon tho new crop of oats will bo nvallnblo nnd a bumper yield Is In sight. Tho U. S. Food Administration's extending Its licensing system nnd bccomlg moro and nmro sovoro In Its treatment of pronteors In tho salo of food stuff and feed stuff. It Is fundamental that meat producing animals in thoso times must be convened and protected. This calls Tor regulated margins of profit In tho sale of stock feeds, all kinds and descriptions, so far as they nro esson-tla- l. JJffR spark arresters near barn or other THE REPUBLICAN PARTY buildings. HAS A this at onco as tho young men aro cagor and nhxlous to get to work to do their best to help perpetuate our freedom. Careful analysis of tho figures in regard to hogs indicates that wo wcro five to soven million hogs short at tho porlod when tho conservation program was started with tho American people. Tho nvcrago export of bog products per month was roughly fiG million pounds boforo tho European war. In tho last half of tho year 1917, becauso of tho decrcasb In tho number of hogs In tho country, It fell below tho somewhat Increased level In March, duo to war demands. 1918, wo wcro exporting 300 million pounds per month nnd can sea our way clear, with tho present saving and production, to go forwnrd nt this rato for an indefinite period. Wo havo now In storo one billion, one hundred million pounds of pork products which provides nn amplefor a steady How to meet tho allied demands ns well as tho deThis repremands of this country. sents wholly tho voluntary conservation of tho country, as It does not reflect tho present lncrcaso in tho hog population. "Don't fall to provide lightening rods for every Important building. "Don't burn trnsh, brush or rubbish near buildings, fences or other proporty, nnd nowhoro except with greatest care. "Don't mow hay until properly cured. Ho careful1 also with damp fodder and straw, and bins of moist grain and seeds. Don't put new hay or fodder on old hny, straw or fodder. Danger of spontaneous combustion. Clean floors thoroughly boforo storing hny. "Don't neglect to hnvo ladder, buckets nnd water handy nt nil times, nnd to keeep each in its proper place. "Don't smoko meat except In buildings removed n safo dlstanco from other buildings, unless properly equipped to prevent fire. "Don't neglect to havo all flues cleaned, examined and repaired at least onco each year. "Don't pass Btovo pipes through ceilings, roofs or wooden partitions. "Don't fall to place metal protection under all stoves and protect woodwork whero stoves or furnaces aro close to walls. "Don't allow children to pfay with matches. Keep matches in closed metal boxes. , "Don't uso kcroslno to start a fire Twenty-thrc- o lives lost In Indiana in 1917 from this cause." Has n Good Opinion of Chamberlain's Tablets. "Chamberlain's Tablets aro a wonder. I never sold anything that beat them," writes F. U. Trcssey, Richmond, Ky. When troubled with indigestion or constipation glvo them a trial. m LIVE ISSUE , I.V NATIONALISM! J- - Start tho pigs to eating as soon as they will take hold of slops and grains. It some choice feed such ns bran and middlings with a little corn milk Is given tho pigs still meal nnd skimwhere they cannot be With ocean transportation In n trough greatly overtaxed, which means that disturbed by sows, they will make our surplus of farm products cannot a rapid growth and will never notlco readily bo sent abroad, and taking tho weaning period. Tho average lit. Into account tho promised outlook for tro Is weaned too early and when sup- NOTICE TO ItUYKItS AND SHIPPERS OF EGGS, ETC. lmmonso farm crops In corenls, pota- plementary feeding has not been toes and other Biiltablo poultry feeds, practiced, the pigs often become prospects of tho pour-tr- y It Is now necessary that all buytho 1918-191- 'J stunted In growth at the time, which industry nro far from discourag- is a loss that can never bo wholly re- ers of poultry and eggs Including shippers, hucksters, storokeepors, ing. gained. etc., be licensed in accordance with tho United States Food AdministraMoro Farm fiooiW Hy Mall. "Wheat Pood Price Control Vindicated. tion Law. Shipment of farm products by paryear's As tho true proportion of last Application should be mado immewheat crop In this country began to cel post over a greater area aro pro- diately to tho LIcenso Division, Law bo apparent toward tho close of last vided for In nn order Issued this Department, U. S. Food Administran. summer, tho most optimistic esti- week by Postmaster General tion, Washington, D. C, asking for Former restrictions ns to a Hceuso to buy and sell poultry and mates of supplies available for export to our allies did not exceed .10,000- - packing perishable articles are lifted, eggs. 000 to 40,000,000 bushels, but so and butter, eggs, dressed fowls, vegPending receipt of license all above well has tho matter of conservation etables nnd fruits may bo mailed to dealers shall bo subject to the rules of supplies and of substitutes been any postolllco that can bo reached and regulations tho samo as if the handled that now, with returns of ten within a reasonable time without licenses has been received. months' exports of wheat and flour spoiling, provldid they aro packed In Regulations Governing tho Puravalllnblo, wo find thnt tho country crates, boxes or baskets or other sult-nb- lo chase of Eggs In Kentucky: containers. Tho weight limit actually shipped 110,000,000 bushels. AH licenses shall, between the dates already has been raised from 50 to of June 1, 1918, and January 15, speaks worlds for tho This pco-pl- o pounds within the first three zones 70 character of tho American 1919, be governed by the following: In foregoing, white wheat bread, (300 miles) and from 20 to50 pounds (a) Purchase eggs only on a canand of tho firm yet flexible mastery to all other zones. dled basis Kind mako no payment of the situation by tho Food Hoard. either in cash or merchandise, for I'orhaps tho most Interesting examplo UKItK'S HOW TO AVOID l'lltKS. those that are unfit for food. of this control Is found In the fact (b) A statement shall be given Indianapolis, Ind., Juno 8. Don'ts each customed from whom eggs arc that tho farm prlco of wheat on May 1 was $2.03, ns against $1!.4G a year for occupants of farm proporty in orpurchased showing tho number of ago at tho samo date, desplto tho der to reduce tho fire hazard aro com- good, damaged and bad eggs, in each smallest Htocks of wheat and flour In piled in a short bulletin on a card lot. dealers' hands In tho memory of man. (c) A copy of each statement being Issued from tho office of H. II. shall bo kept for the duration of 'Frledloy, state firo marshal. After each candling season Want Farm Help? and be sub-Jqto examination by tho U. S. Govaro moro thnn 4,000 patri- calling attention to the firo losses on There otic boys between tho ages of 1G and farms in this stnto last year as being ernment, State, county and municipal Food Inspector. 21 In Kentucky who, bolng too young ?2,0SG,0S7, tho bulletin says: "Don't allow anyone to smoko In (d) All lots of eggs greater than to go to tho front, wish to help tho 30 dozen, shall bo packed in good fanners produce tho food necessary to your barn or other outbuildings. "Don't keep your nutoniobllo or strong standard egg cases and fillsupply our armies. These young mon with a burning doslro to help havo tractor In tho barn. Provide a sep- ers, mado in accordance with railvolunteered their sorvlces to work on arate garage, which should not ex- road specifications, carefully protected to prevent breakage. Cracked tho farms and help produce and con-ser- pose other buildings. "Don't keep gasollno except in eggs shall bo packed in scparato tho food that Is necessary that our soldiers may malntnln as a fit closed safety containers. Novor storo cases from thoso with sound shells. pt fighting machine Theso boys will quantities of ten gallons or moro (c) Each caso of eggs shall conin under ground tanks, or at tain on tho top layer a signed cannot only n willing, but In most ronder cases an olllclont service Any farm- least 1G0 feet from any building. dling cortlficato printed according Don't hang up old clothes or oily to tho copy sont horowlth. ers who destro help on their farms Miould write without delay to C. A. rags In barn or other outbuildings, (f) Eggs shall bo kopt during lockers. Tovobaugh, Federal Director, Hoys except in metal-line- d hot weather in as cool n placo as "Don't allow stoam engines without posslblo away from diiBt and llles, Working Ilcsorrc, Louisville, Ky. Do and marketed frequently. (g) No llcensoo may buy upon nnothor licensee's candling certificate unless tho eggs bo in car lots or Uur-lcsoct ex-co- Thero nro a great many periodi cals now, professing a program of democracy which havo for tho real object Instilling into tho minds of their readers that democracy spelled with a sninll "d" is tho samo as Democracy spelled with a capital "D." Among theso periodicals is ono called "Tho Public." In n recent issue this organ of tho modern uplift camo forward with tho statement that tho Republican party Is morally bankrupt' ns a party, having no lssuo except reaction nnd to economic progress. Tho fact that Tho Public, so persistently finds fault with tho Republican party, and at tho samo tlmo is profuse in Its praise of tho party in power, somewhat weakens tho effect of this assertion, but if tho magazine really believes that It means what It snys, It might bo well to inform It that tho Republican party, from tho date of its birth, never had so many real Issues as nt present. First tbero Is tho Issue of war efficiency, of getting tho war over with, In tho right way in tho least amount of time, and therefore with the smallest expenditure of blood and money. Certainly' this Is a llvo Issue. The recent nlrcraft scandal, to say nothg of Mr. Raking of tho er nnd his satellites which previously camo to light, have brought this lssur to tho forofront. Then there is another lssuo looming on tho horizon and an Issue fraught with gravo consequences If It Is not successfully met. 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For sale by Ohio County war, nnd a large army of ours Is Drug Co. Price 25c. In Prance. You will want to havo all the news from our troops onj European battlefields, and 1918 promises to be the most mpmentous year in the history of our universe. USELIV-VER-LA- X No other newspaper at so small a price will furnish such prompt and g accurate news of these events. It is not necessary to say moro. world-shakin- Relives Piles CALLED HER FAMILY TO HER BEDSIDE Six Teen Ago, Thinking She Might Die, Says Texas Lady, But Now She Is a Well, Strong Woman and Praises Cardui For Her Recovery. Royse with tho American Expedibo equipped with tho now masks. Tho Gas Defense Servlco has a completely equipped factory for tho manufacture of tho masks. In less than threo weeks a building was selected and tho factory was producing masks. Tho Introduction of riveting machinery has dono away with tho heavy hand sewing of tho frame which supports tho masks on the faces of tho horses, Tho masks are so constructmore Aftor this year this candling seas- ed that no metal or chemically Imon shall extend from May 10th, to pregnated parts can chafo tho horse .January ICth. FRED M. SACKET.T, Federal Food Administrator For Kentucky. tionary Forces will For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. ' THE THMCE-A-WEE- K WORLD'S $1.-0- regular subscription prl"0 Is only per year, and this pays for 0 IDG papers. Wo offe'r this unequalled nowspapor and Tho Hartford Republican togolher for ono year for $1.65a PLANES ARE FIREPROOF. ffl Mothers tlrth City, Tox. Mrs. Mary of this place, says; "After tho of my little girl... my sldo to hurt me I had to go back Kil-macom-menc- to bed. We called tho doctor. Ho treated mo. ..but I got no better. I cot worso and worse until the misery was unbearable... I was In bed for three months and suffered such orjpny that I was Just drawn up A In a knot. . . I told my husband If he would get tne a bottle of Cardui I would try It. . . I commenced taking it,towever, that evening I called my family about tne... for I knew I could not last many daya unless I bad a thango for Washington, Juno 8. A firo proof nlrplano Is tho latst addition to Uncle the better. That was six years ago Sam's aorlal program. nnd I am still hero and am a well, Theso planes will bo constructed of strong woman, and I owo my life to nonluflnmmablo materials, tho wings, , Cardui. I had only taken half tho struts, fuselage-- etc., being made of an aluminum ulloy steel, both light bottle when I began to feel better. and strong. Tho gasollno tanks will The misery in my side got less... I bo specially protected to prevent pos continued right on taking tho Cardui slblo puncturo by Inflammable bullets. 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Clnlro.) sixty per cent of In Narrow,, Tuesday repairing the the statement that When C. f" Smith president "M all German submarlnca built havo exchange fhn r.nmnany that Issues this sheet tolonhono Three Miss Woosleys, of near uowl - been destroyed, and that allied losses Thomas aud Tlnsloy had trom :,ccn cut in mt- an of this nlaco last week. M hn fnrfhwIHi iclccranhcd Secretary McAdoo estimates tho Mr. Robert Taylor made a export accountant to conio hero to government's expenditures for tho trip to Owcnsboro Saturday. audit the books of the company. fiscal year ending Juno 30, 1919, at twenty-fou- r billion dollars. MAHAN'. Stoppln the mnkln' of whisky Is rulnln' business. A Michigan Kcoley A rnnnrl rnniPS from Wnnhlncton Tho farmers were glnd to see tho Instltnto has already closed Its doors rain, as most of them wero planning that steps are being taken to placo for the want of patients. Will you greet the Fourth of July with a free conscience? for a big tobacco crop. Most of the an men married after May 18, 1917. in Class 1A. cron bore was set last week Or will you spend fhe Fourth in shame-face- d guilt? Miss Tlnsley's garden Is as clean A number of people from this place had June 28th has been set as National War Savings Day. Your ns a tombstone, 'if that woman SunIt costs $15,000 It Is claimed that attended church at Sugar Grovo got a workln' man they'd a got rich. day. to enlist, train, equip nnd transport country expects you on that day to pledge every penny you can, Mr. Rlchnrd Fuqua, of Fordsvlllo, a soldier to France. up to $1,000, toward the purchase of War Savings Stamps. The fellow who said Lord Chester- Is visiting his daughter, Mrs, R. R. field was the politest man that ever Muffett. The price of American citizenship is no longer cheap. A new 5 registration for young The Juno lived didn't know Tlnsloy. Why, 'Mr. G. G. Brown and wife, of near men who had become 21 years of age hour has struck. The crash of war has ground all semblance Tins Is so pollto ho takes off his hat Bells Run, spent Sunday with Mr. since that date one year ago amountof cheapness out of being American. It is now a dear-boug- ht a lady over tho telephone. Brown's mother. to talk to ed to 17,400 men, In Kentucky Stephens honor. You must pay. Gilbert Roach and Emmet Dr. Taylor's health report: "No- went to Hartford Juno 5 to register Tho expenses of tho United States old n body sick. I. was treating an government Is now ?50,000,000 for draft service. colored man, In Haytl. but I quit nnd Mrs. L. C. Canary spent day. Mr. treating him and he got well." Sunday with Mr. Ben Canary and Tho French government has Isfamily. Since tho 36 hours a week work Brown, of sued an order barring alcoholic Misses Maggie and Lena law went into effect Dnttie Nail may Owcnsboro, visited their sister, Mrs. drinks from the war zone. he Every penny you withhold, that you are able to give, extends be lyin' out in tho bushes but Alslo Martin, a few days last week. aint lyin' aroun' this office like ho Daniel, of Fordsvlllo, Tho Red Cross drlvo for $100,000,-00- 0 aid and comfort to the enemy. Mrs. Mattle used to. was oversubscribed by ?70,000,- spent last Friday with her sister, Mrs. No sordid legal summons will, for the present, compel payment. 000. Cora Muffett. You are called to payment by the higher, more chivalric sumWhat is Hartford comln' to anyfamily, of Mr. Leslie Helm and how? We havo Just gone through Whltcsvllle, visited tho family of Mr. A report account for total deaths mons on June 28th your pledge to purchase this year every with a violent offensivo by a mendi- Bill Helm Sunday. of American soldiers In France to dollar's worth of War Savings Stamps you can buy. army of evangelists and now we cant Mrs. W. R. Edge, who has been Juno 9, was 2,927. More than half aro threatened with a carnival. Improving. of these died of disease or accident. quite 111 for sometime, Is NATIONAL WAR SAVINGS COMMITTEE Mr. Arthur Whitehouse and wife PresiWhen the war is over tho The graduating class, for 191S, spent Sunday with Mr. Thomas -- .JiiiSilVW. dent oughter send Billy Sunday as Whitehouse and family, near of the Louisville School of Dentistry, This space contributed for Minister to Berlin to convert the as a forty-seve- n In number, enlisted the Winning of the War by wicked Huns. body in tho medical corpse of L'ncle the liver Sam's army. When won Roosevelt is the finest thinker In sir M.lnnvcj nm sure tn be out Of gear. tho world, but he talks too dam much. Try Sanol, It does wonders for tho TEACHERS AND TRUSTEES. liver, kidneys anu Diauuer. a iruw you. Get it FAI.SK TEKTH WANTED r.Oc bottle will convince OLD 46-There are a number of trustees IK HKOKKN at the drug storem DON'T MATTER. who have had no applications by Wo pay up to 15 dollars per set. Also SULIMIUU SPRINGS. teachers and a number of teachers cash for Old Gold. Silver and broken schools. have not secured who Jewelry. Check sent by return mall. Goods held 10 days for sender's apFarmers working overtime trying Teachers and trustees mentioned will proval of our offer. Mazer's Tooth to catch up with their work. Much ple'aso correspond with me and 1 shall EGGS AND POULTRY sleeve, about four Inches above the Here." Specialty, Dept. A, 2007 S. 5th St., IWDER REGULATIONS wrist and is V shaped. It is 2;.10 P. M. horc, but It Is 43tl5 corn to plant yet, but what is up is try'to arrange the matter for the muPhiladelphia, Pa. . I have not heard from you for a 8:30 A. M. over there slnco they looking fine, and the weeds are keep- tual advantage of both. The U. S. Food Administration, by long time, t do not understand It. changed tho tlmo there. In this E. S. HOWARD. COOI.SPIUXGS. ing a close second. Wheat Is ready S. O. C. S. order, has placed eggs and poultry May be I will get a letter some of country it Is daylight at 5:00 In tho harvest and the laborers are for the mm under Its control, requiring all deal- these days. How many little chick- morning, and don't ggct dark until June 12. Mr. Frank Tate and few, but we hope to get by by doing I wilt be glad 9:00 P. M. ers of every description, except pro- ens did you raise? .MIXERS PATRIOTIC. Sir. William Tate, of best we can with tho means at son and the Well I guess this Is about all. I ducers, and retailers selling direct to when 1 get back and get one of mothvisited their Brother M. M. hand and let the consequences take week. care of themselves The miners at Render and Williams consumers, to take out federal li- er's good meals again. Wo aro get- will closo. Write often. Tate last ting as good meals hero as wo get in With lovo to all at home, George Cox, who Is working In the mines had a great meeting Sunday. cense. Mr. Jesse Hedger and wife, of tho states, and wo do not want to Regulations ('overnlng. Your son. Rockport, visited their father, Mr. oil fields at Somerset, Ky., with his Beginning with a flag raising, with ROY H. SWLNEHART. All licenses shall.between tho dates come back till It Is all over "Over Sam Hedger Saturday night and family, are visiting relatives here. attendant ceremonies, at Render, they Sunday. Mr. Cox Is a son of Mr. Albert Cox. repaired to Williams where they rais- of Juno 1, 191S, and January 15, Mrs. Densla Swam, of Rockport. of this place. Mr. Cox has been ed a service (lag. Addresses wero 1919, be governed by the following am and Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Fulton, of working in the oil fields about four delivered by Rev. T. E. Wharton, of rules: (A) Purchase Eggs only on a cannear Rochester were the guests of Mr. years. He began as a rousiauoui ami Bevier, Rev. A. D. Litchfield, of HartSaturday and Sunday. worked himself up to head drill ford and George Baker, of Central dled basis and mako no payment Joe Fulton has ; either in cash or merchandise, for Miss Rhoda Williams, of near Par- er. City. organization was ef- those that are unfit for food. visited Clarence Dunn Saturday can answer that question easy adise, We A Red Cross (B) A statoment shall be given night. that Thomas put to Tinsley. We have fected with 022 members, which Quite a number of boys from this known Thomas for a lifetime, and nakes It the lnrgest Red Cros branch each customer from whom eggs are purchased showing tho numbber of community have been called for that good woman of his meant Hun In tho county. good, damaged and bad eggs In each sense that a Canadian army service. in the same lot. Miss Rhoda Williams has cancel- soldler.just returned from the trench- REMEMBERS .MOTHER. (C) A copy of each statement shall es.means when he refers to a German led her contract to teach at springs and has accepted a school at soldier. Emmet Willis writes letter to his bo kept for tho duration of each Paradise. mother, Mrs. O. P. Willis, of Narrows. candling season and be subject to examination by the U. S. Government. "Somewhere In France, Mr. Hallie Elliot and family and Mary Elliott visited May 19, 1918. State, County and Municipal Food his mother, Mrs. Mrs. J. L. Smith and small son havo his brother, Mr. Chilton Elliott, of Dear Mother. Well, I am hero. Inspectors. (D) All lots of eggs greater than returned to Akron, Ohio, after visit Wo arrived a few days ago. We had Rochester Sunday. Mr. and tn good; Miss Edwine Knight and Bina ing Mrs. Smith's parents, a pleasant trip over, and we have 30 dozen, shall bo packed I strong standard egg cases and fillers, country. gucst3 or.Carmo and Mrs. C. L. Mason. Hoops were tho certainly found some nice The flag means liberty, safety and happiness to Miss Edith Howell, of Earllngton. wish you could make tho trip. I am made In accordance with railroad j Thclma Dennis Saturday night and Because Americans have always been America. will specifications, carefully protected to Is the, guest of Misses Martha and sure you would enjoy It. I Sunday. eggs, Cracked breaking. you as often as I can, but of prevent Mr. Arthur Ferguson, of Taylor Louise Wise. to fight for it. write willing Mr. Paul Dcutler. of Dayton, Ohio, course we can't write from hero as hall ho packed In separate cases from Mines, visited his father hero SunI Monday. arrived In town Our boys are in France. They are giving their day. often as whe'n back In the states. As those with sound shells. (E) Each caso of eggs shall con-- j Mr. A. W. Johnsou will be ready you must know It will take some time Mrs. Stella Hedger and son, Henry lives. They are withstanding shell-fir- e, the bayonet, signed can-- , to put up his new drug store soon. visited at Rockport last week. for a letter to reach you. But don't tain on tho top layer a poison gas and the brutal fighting methods of the wife, of Miss Era Gaines is visiting Miss feel uneasy about me. We will bo dling certificate printed according to Mr. Archie Miller and Hardlnsburg, this week. taken care of hero. The weather the copy sent herewith. Hun. Beaver Dam, wero the guests of his Nell Jones at (F) Eggs shall bo kept during hot Miss Edith Wilson returned from hero Is nice and warm; about tho fathor Saturday night. of Louisville last week. weather In as cool a placo as Do your part. Support the flag. Buy War Savsamo as It Is at home. Mr. 'Roy and Bonnie Casey, uwnv from dust and files, and Lon Blansford. of Corydon, Is visitguests of their I can't tell Greenville, were tho Tho country Is fine. ing Stamps every week. Johnj B. you much nbout It this timo as I marketed frequently. grandfather, Mr. Wiiloughby Satur- ing his grandmuthor, Mrs. J. (G) No licensee may buy upon an- son. It. havo not had tlmo to seo much of day and Sunday. Mr. Sam Duncan, of Nashville, was Will write you again soon. Don't other Licensee's candling .certMcatoi Mr. Raymond Kains, of Beaver Duncan from feel uneasy about mo at any tlmo. unless tno eggs ue in cariois or immi, i Let Carson & Company supply you with seasonable Dam, visited his uncle, Mr, M. 11. tho guest of Mrs. Edna Saturday until Monday. After this year this candling sca-- j Beasloy last week. Just feel that I am all right. When and novelty merchandise for immediate needs. Miss Hilda Duncan left yesterday you write address mo this way: son shall extend from May 10th. to Mrs. Joe Wilson and son, Gobel, of She will stop over January 15th. PUT. EMMET WILLIS, Hartford visited Mr. Jim Wilson Sat- for Nashville. on tho way a few days in Owensboro. Co. C, 37 Kim. Amor. Exp. Franco. In effect, this means that every urday night and Sunday. person buying eggs or poultry for e Hllbert LeGrand was In Loulsvlllo salo to other consumer, must havo last week. NARROWS. NOTICE OK DISSOLUTION. federal llcenso and that overy egg Equality. Ky., May 1st. 1918. TAFFY. bought and sold must first bo candled Notice of dissolution of Brentwood Mr. J. B. Renfrow was summoned and certified. Satuiday morning to meet the reShields filled his ap- Coal Company. -- . Row Birch Mr. Notice Is hereby given that tho mains of his brother-in-laSatin-strip- e SunVoil, in assorted colors 25c at tho Baptist church SOLDIER HOY'S LETTER. at Evansvlllc. Mr. pointment Brentwood Coal Company, IncorporWayne Slovens, a splendid oraday, and dollvored ; BatPlain Voil, all colors 25c nnd ated, Is closing up Its business Stovuus died in a sanlturlum at tion on tho Baptist Hospital, to a Mrs. G. W. Shults, of Prentiss, hasj will bo dissolved by consent of a matle Crook, Mich. Plain Voil, all colors 35c congregation. recolved tho following letter from , Dundeo, largo jority of its stockholders ou the 1st Mrs. Virgu Renfrow, of Mr. Alva Kirk and Miss Martyno Fancy Voil 25c to 50c hor son, who Is In Franco. May, 1918.' was taken to Owcnsboro Thursday to d ut th(J hom(J of day of Dear Mother. I am writing to let 100 pieces of Lawn BRENTWOOD COAL CO. 10c to 20c havo an operation performed for hor evening. 47t4 . Tinimdav I you know that I am In tho Hospital.) By E. S. Handle, President. ' oyas' out In a row nays. was one of Hartford's High ,, .., . I guess I will bo Tho brldo , Cool crisp Voils, with their colorings and novel Leonard Randlo, Secretary. I fool pretty good now. Wo navo toaching at Altus. Oklahoma, patterns, make the most charming summer dresses. bcon v,,,,,, in.lv. Tin, very good hospitals hero, very good THANKS I'Olt KIjAU. , arrived home Sa urday afternoon. of MlB (lraftctl 1)oy8. The sheerness and freshness of this fabric result in doctors and nurses and got good caro. , a 1, J Mr. Ira Whit inghlll a ,)Q caUo)l ,nto our hearty That helps very much. ! lit nghll Wo wish to return s most desirable and appropriate warm-weath- er of Trlsler. visited Mr. tt Jlf frn(lB hopo fof thanks to Prof. E. S. Howard and I am writing this letter to go In and Calvin Loal. SA- brothers. Joe frocks. Moreover, they are very economical. to tho an ear,y ma others, of Hartford, for tho nice Hag 'Mothnr.M Mall" Which KOCS Is go- , unlay night and wuinuy. , ()f hls now comiw0n. row. Every soldlor In Franco city. recently glvon to this llttlo Little Miss Elizabeth " duy. of clmrUo Wo behold with prldo this glorious Ing to wrlto to his mother that vWlted hor grandmother. Mi. hlh vlcinl-abut- h uRernoon In this May It ovor float Wo aro having nlco warm weather onslgn of liberty. Harrison, at llarrotta Kerry, ' to upon tho breeze. No greator gift hero In Franco, and I am1 getting Saturday night and Sunday. huvo been ( upon us. llko better all tho tlmo. Uon-JI)- u Mr. Sam Bennett. Mrs. J. 11. ym Rot up at ght, Smol Js could havo been bestowed who con- hero now nearly four months, and In those frow and children and Mr. A. R. Uoii'iHuruly tho best for all klduoy or blad-fro- Wo especially thank two months wo will got our service HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. family attended tho burial! dor troubles. Sanol glvei relief in tributed with this end tn view. and stripes. Wo got ono for ovory six 84 hours form all backacho and bind-oiiu- r. Yours very respectively, Wavno Stevens, near Hartford, tier troubles. Sanol 13 a guaranteed months wo servo Hi Franco. It Is of P. M. CHOWDER, Iromedy. 50c and $1.00 a bottlo. at Sunday. gold braid. It la worn on tho left Ros'lne, Ky. Miss tho 4C-storo. Uodsoy and family and HEADS ODDLY 8TRUNO. Pat-tlovll- lo irth hr. On June 28th Prove Vou Are A Loyal American N ' On June 28th, Your Country Asks You to Balance Your Patriotic Cash Account . have-Backach- e yr FAIR & CO., Hartford, Ky, -- Hodg-ensvlll- e, 1 Remember the Flag of Liberty. Buy War Saving Stamps ( J pos-Kllil- o. a-- Dainty Wash Good for Summer . ', ,,.,, ,, r- ,,,, - I w Carson (EL Co. l)r. druu 4