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The Hartford republican: June 21, 1918 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1918 hao1918062101_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: June 21, 1918 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1918 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Fine Job Work. VOL. XXX. AFTER THE RAINS DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Yeas No. 51 gloom has HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1918. D. volver. On tho way to Hartford, In to go. Wo nover think wo will bo I ARMIES DEAD-LOCKEchargo of deputy sheriff Hoy Kcown, "THICK danger, nnd I know I will get to tho girl throw hor pocket book away. back. You know what ono "good As Wo go to press tho war conditions seem but llttlo changed from book" snys nbout tho faith, nnd I DRAG THE ROADS Slio claimed to havo forty dollars in SETTLED ON HUNS cash in tho pocket book, nnd said slio tho past few dnys, other than tho general condition of tho Central Powers, suro havo tho faith and want you all preferred throwing It away to let- to us nppars somewhat tho worse, by reason of their almost utter failure to hnvo It also. ting tho court odlclnls get It. This Don't never think that I will never Use The Same Team That girl, who is really Intelligent and to gain any ground in their latest tremendous attneks. WJillo tho condi- get to come back, for I will be back High Spirits Of The First would, properly dressed, ho rather tion of tho allies has riot been prcccptlbly bettered, yet It must bo recog- some day. You Would Use Plow- Drive Wane-Peopl- e pretty, is tho most perfect examplo of nized and admitted that an absoluto failure upon tho part of an attacking Well, you can answer this letter, ine Koad. Downcast. v. moral abandonment wo havo rccontly army to gain any material advanco or to attain any of Its objectives has and If I am not hero I will get it Just seen. Pcrhnps tho reform school of- suffered a serious and thercforo It's general condition depreci- tho samo real soon, Hood bye, with love to all, ficials may yet mako a real woman ates. Such Is tho case on tho western front In Franco, as well as with tho The recognized essential of nn from this wrecked youth. CORBETT LAKE. Geneva, Juno 18 j? Tho enthusiasm. dirt road Is a hard, smooth r-- Innics on tho Italian front. In addition to tho abovo it Is reported from created by tho first German offen surfneo, sufficiently rounded up to nil sources that Mm Central I'owors havo paid an enormous price for their A PIUSOXKK TREED. DAN MURPHY I.V JAIL. sive has passed nnd a feeling of proprevent water standing on It, and nttacks, In men klled In action. A new roVolt is roported as having broken found dejection reigns among tho "sufficiently drained to carry oft the P. Parrott, a prisoner In the Mor"- - flOl'lnan people, according to an Dan Murphy is in Jail. No, this out In Russia among tho Peasants, much rioting, with destruction of artil Inter water of tho uaunl rainfall. gatltown Jail, who had just been given view with a Isn't tho Dan Murphy you know If neutral diplomat who Tlio Fiscal Court Is called upon nn- - you know any, but a straggler picked lery stores &c, Tho Peasants seem to bo armed and fairly well organized. a life sentence in tho penitentlnry, has Just arrived In Geneva from Bernually to allow and pay stupcndlous up by Bhcrlff Uratchcr on tho street Tho oft reported culmination of a crisis in Austria (which wo don't tako escaped from jail ono day last amounts to various porsons, through-ou- t hero Monday. Dan was about as much stock in) is again heralded, this time duo mainly to hungor being and after diligent search by week, lin, in La Suisse. The peoplo nt tho of- homo expected a quick victory from for "plowing on dirty specimen of humanity as over abroad in the land. If any change in conditions amongst tho county, tho great armies ficials, was discovered in top of n tho early reports in offlclal,bullot!ns, which alleged plowing, In struck tho Ileaver Dam Pike, when battling in roads," tho land of blood, has occurcd within tho last fow days, It Is tree In the Jail yard. Persuasion and nbovo all a quick peace. Tho innny Instances, Is little If any value picked up, but after turning tho hose suppllmented by a shower of stones principal question asked in Berlin simply that tho enemies' is a bit tho worse. to the upkept of tho public thorough- on him nnd following tho ablution by tho street urchins, finally Induced last week was: fares Tho honcflclal results of "plow- with a clean shirt and overalls, tho prisoner to come down from his "Havo wo entered Paris?" ing on roads" Is of minimum value, Uratchcr mado Dan look like a SOME NEW LAWS. AXOTIIER QUOTA GOES. Perch. .. fair . The economic situation in tho innot because tho men, teams and plows, :?. class tramp. Dart claims his father, terior of Germany, tho diplomat dearc not worked faithfully, but SUGAR CUT AGAIX. The exemption board has been Among tho numerous acts of tho who Is ninety years old, Uvea at clared, is becoming more and moro tho energy so expended Is woe- Eighth calleh upon to send thirty two men, and Madison streets in Louis- recent session of tho Kentucky legisserious. Germans, both military and fully misdirected. Food Commissioner Sackett Issued ville. Ho claims to havo shipped as a lature wo have selected a fow that twenty seven white and five colored civilians, now realize and virtually Farmers plow their fields In order steamboat fireman on- - tho Ohio about wo belfovo would bo of direct Inter- men, to Camp Taylor. Tho colored an order Saturday reducing consump- admit that the constant arrivals oC that the soli may bo loosened for the n year ngo, nnd later, becoming af- est to Republican readers, and pre men will go and tho whlto tion of sugar to threo pounds per fresh American troops will turn tho anticipated crops. Plowing tho roads flicted with rheumatism and unablo sent a substantial summary of them. men will nnswer roll call horo In tho month for each person, and limiting tide of the war. -would, ordinarily, havo tho same ef- to work, was trying to get Intoxicating liquors may not bo afternoon of Juno 25, and leave for tho sale of sugar to two, pounds to back to Tho diplomat concluded his Interfect, which necessitates some very Louisville. Asked what ho was em- brought Into prohibition trrltory for Camp Taylor the following morning. town or city residents and four pounds view with a statement that during a decided process of packing In order ployed at when in Louisville he could porsonal use, or for any other pur- Tho men selected for this service are: for those living In tho country. Twen- recent secret sitting of tho Reichstag Uhnt the road surface may again bo remember nothing moro rcspectnblo pose, except for uso of registered ty five pounds may bo sold to ono perHenry L. Tanner, Hartford. autonomy for Alsace-Lorrai- ne solidified and mado hard and firm. than hod carrying. son filing a certificate that It Is to bo tho question of J esse Daniel, Hartford. Our vordict, af- druggists, and for uso In tho adminwas discussed officially for Tho packing process can not bo suc ter tho Interview, was used solely for preserving purposes. Grover C. Greer, Hartford. that Dan was istration of tho sacrlnicnt of tho tho first time since the beginning fo cessfully pursued during dry weather. nn ' mm Dothel Coppage, Dundee. humble member of that wandering Lord's Supper. the war. CROP NOTES. In fact tho packing, smoothing and throng Carl Magant Olaton. tho end of whoso Journey Is Combustion motor engines must hardening of tho surfneo of tho dirt death, Cecil Martin, Eyansville. and flnnl resting placo tho Pot- bo equipped with a muffler, nnd such a slip of corr. Through tho courtesy of W. W. road, nftcr tho samo has been plowed, ters Field. Cllnc3 Beasley, Balzetown. Tho court affirmed our muffler must at no time bo cut out. Browder, County Farm Agent, we are can not bo accomplished except by vordict, nnd discharged Will It. Hatcher, Detroit. Dan with tho The owner of dogs must, on or boBy one of thoso unaccountable enabled to say that; Wheat threshing licavy rolling when tho earth Is-- sufLuther D. Jackson, Equality. "move on quick" ordor. foro January of each year, apply to started at several points in tho coun- slips that sometimes occur In newsficiently moist, or by long uso undor George Crowe, Balzetown. m tho county clerk for a dog license ty yesterday; About 20 per cent of paper offices, of losing copy between So plowing tho road like conditions. Alva Landrum, Rockport. IX COUXTV COUNT. for which ho shall pay ono dollar tho tobacco crop remains unplanned, tho editor's desk and tho copy plato during tho dry season of tho year Eugene Mollyhorn, Whiterun. for a mnle and two dollars torn fe duo to tho dry weather; Tho corn In tho composing room, pur account Invariably converts tho surface Ira Kahn, Akron. Friday and Saturday were busy male dog. For each additional dog crop is being well worked out and of the death of Mr. Wayno Stovens thereof Into a continuous dust heap, Corbett L. Rowe, McIIenry. put in flno condition and the continu- did not appear in our Issue last week. rendering travel both difllcult and dnys in Judgo Cook's court. A num- a double tax must bo paid. A metal Audley E. Achison, McHenry. ber of Jury trials were had nnd con- tag must bo attached to tho dog's Mr. Stevens died of diabetes In tho ed lackot rain so far, has been bone-ficldisagreeable. Flbls Craxton, Hartford: I. by a lenthor or Other band, and to the farmers. Mr. Browder Battle Creek Sanitarium, at Battla The remedy for tho apparent evils trary to tho rulo recently obtaining neck C. Stearsmon, Horso Branch. year for urges continued but shallow culti- Creek, Mich., Juno 7 and his. body-wa- s induced by "plowing on roads" Is to in Judgo Cook's court, most of the shall show the number and Murvin Durham, Rockport. which tho liceuse is issued. Any were acquitted. brought homo for burial, In Alexvation; Tho oats crop is medium; stop tho prnctlco and Instead drag tho nccuscd Thoa. L. Blackburn, Ceralvo. Henry Iglchnrt, tho young boy who dog thnt enters any flold unaccomMeadows fair with considerable white ander cemetery, near his homo, Sun roads, using tho samo team that E. Muffett, Narrows. John panied by its owner shall constltuto day. Brief funeral services were con- top in sections. would havo been used In plowing. A shot Ercy Ilarncs nt Ccntortown somo Will' A. Barnett, Hartford. tlmo ago, on trial for Juvenile delin- a nulssanco, and owner or tenant Six farmers have recently pur- day. Brief funeral services were con.satisfactory drag may bo constructed SImdu B. 'Smith, Fordsville. quency, was acquitted by a Jury. of such field may kill tho dog withducted at his resldenco by Rov. A. D. chased tractors In a few hours, from a log nine inches Custer Gaines, Fordsvlllo. Homer Martin, who lives on routo out incurring liability for so doing. Mr. J. A. Caldwell has sold his Litchfield, and tho burial servlco in diameter, split into halves, set on Hays, Simmons. Lawson was conducted by the. Shrlnors, of entire herd of herford cattlo. edge with tho split .side in front, and fi, was tried on a charge of obstruct- The owner or keeper of any dog James T. Ashley, McHenry. ing the public highway, and acquit- shall, between the hours of sunset A sclentlse, representing tho Fed- - which Mr. Stovens was an honored held in place by two cross bars inserArthur C. Park, Horso Branch. keep such dog enclosed oral Government, will arrive in the member. The good citizenship of ted in Inrgo auger holes through the ted. Martin's defense was that ho and sunrise, George E. Cox, Island. was only arranging for a better drain- - or chained on his premises. Any y county to study and treat Mr. Stevens was shown by the great center of the halves. Colored. dog found or discovered off its owncereal and plant diseases. number of peoplo who attended his It is a matter of common know- ago of tho road. Lonnio Vlck, Beaver Dam. Joo Douglas, of Select, was before er's promises between the hours of m funeral. Few men, who havo lived ledge, known to tho farm boy of Enos Lawrence, Hartford. sunset and sunrise, unaccompanied DEATH OF TWIXS. In Ohio county had warmer or more twelvo years of age, that dragging tho court on a warrant sworn out by Thomas Eidson, Beaver Dam. Tho eight months old twin children devoted friends than Wayne Stevens, or working ground when It is "too his wife, charging him with assault. by Its ownor, shall be considered an Zlbo Sullenger, Hartford. may bo killed of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Stevens, of and his death, just in the prime of makes it hard. Then does It Douglas and his wifo havo not been unlicensed dog, and wet" Lee Griffin, Hartford. person so finding him. This Hnrlan, Ky died Monday of colitis, life, came as a sad blow to them. He not with equal cortalnty follow that getting along agreeably for some by tho It seems they have frequent law goes into effect January 1, 1919. and their remains were brought to leaves a wife, who boforo her marriIf tho roads nro dragged when wet time, and Porsons of any nge, abovo six years, RECLASSIFYING DRAFTED MEX. Hartford and interred in Oakwood age was Miss Magnolia Renfrow, of 'tho surface will become hard?. It separations. Tho jury was of tho may cemetery Wednesday morning. Mr. Narrows. attend tho public schools without require any argument to opinion that Douglas was not guilty doesn't Undor an order from tho Provost Stevens is a son of Mrs. Laura as charged In tho warrant, and ac- tho payment of tuition. convlnco us of this proposition. Com The fourth jrriaay in October in Marshal General, tho local exemption Stevens, of Hartford. mon reason and ordinary Judgment, quitted him. DELMER WILLIAMS DEATH. Examining trial was had of Ernest each year is designated as Temper- board will begin Monday a reclassiif called into action, settles tho quesONE ON THE JUDGE. fication of all the men in Ohio counMr. Delmer Williams, of Beaver tion, onco for nil. If tho overseers Mayflcld, charged with shooting Den- ance day, and is made a holiday in ty who have been called for draft nis Hoaglaml, a wook ago and ho was all tho common and graded schools. Dam, died Friday of an abscess In on each section of road in Ohio counDan Murphy, the tramp, mention Por diem of members of Fiscal service. Tho Provost Marshal claims ty will, during tho forenoon of tho held to answer to tho grand Jury at his head, and after funeral services its next sitting. His bond was fixed at courts raised from $3.00 to $4.00 that too many men have been given of whose arrest appoars elsewhere in held by Rev. J. N. Jarpagin, was next rainy day, dovoto threo hours deferred classification, and by this this paper, worked ono on the Judge. burled Sunday In Sunnysldo cemetory. of time to tho construction of a split-lo- g $1,000, which ho mado and was re- This statuto not effective during tho order many mon who were' put In In sentencing Dan to work on tho leased from custody. cumbency of tho members of tho Mr. Williams was one of the best drag and, during tho afternoon classes 2, 3 and 4 will bo put in first road the Judgo sent him out alone, Tom Kennady, of Wysox, was present Fiscal courts. of tho samo day or during tho first explaining to him tho road on known and most popular business class. All mon who have married but All malo porsons between tho ages men of Beaver Dam, and a largo half day after it quits raining, tako brought boforo tho court Saturday for since May 18, 1917 will bo placed In which he was working led to Owens-borteam, or that of his neighbor's lunacy Inquiry, nnd was adjudged a of sixteen and sixty years of nge, his 1 so far as tho matter of dependa good town on tho Ohio river. concourse of friends followed his reclass that ho would employ to "plow on lunatic and ordered sent to tho asyl oxcept bona fldo students during ant wifo goes. Registrants will bo However, much to tho Judge's sur mains to tho comctery. Tho burial sorvlces woro conducted by tho matho next road working um nt Hopkfusvillo. Kennndy's con- school term, are required to porform tho road" Ho has recently, somo useful labor not loss thnn thirty notified when a change of class Is prise Dan turned up at tho jail for sons, of which ho was a popular memday, and drag his section of tho road, dition is serious. attempt- six hours a week, and for failure to made. Porsons having knowledge dinner, and as faithfully returned ber. and repeat tho performance onco n on two separate occasions, ed suicide; onco by attempting to do so shall bo declared vagrants and of men improperly classified will no- for suppor at night. Not placing a week, if it rains that often, for six high value on Dan's road work, and tify bonrd, in writing. ' weeks, his section of tho road will, nt throw himself Into n well and onco shall bo fined not less than twenty obsorvlng ho had no very strong In- MOTORIZED ARTILLERY by hanging. Ho would havo succeed- nor moro thnn ono hundredt dollars, tho end of that tlmo, bo In tho best FOR AMERICAN ARMY FOURTH TIME SENT. clination to run away, tho Judgo sent condition for travel it has attained In I ed with tho hnnging except for tho and may bo ordorcd to work on tho him out to tho almshouso where fact tho strap used broke. public roads, or other public work, two years. W, L. Carroll, of Beaver Dam, was board Is chcapor than at tho Tlchenor Motorization of flold artillery will joo 'layior, tno colored man, ar- for not loss than sixty days. Tho bo carlcd to a greater extent in tho given a lunacy trial in county court Houso horo. rested last week at tho depot with possession of property, monoy or in- DRUNK AM) DISORDERLY. Amorican Army than In any other nlno quarts of whisky In a suit case, como, shall not excuse any person Monday, and ordered commlttod to army engaged in tho war. Not only DESERTERS APPREHENDED. tho nopklnsvillo asylum. Carroll Is was given n lino of $G0 and cost for from performing labor as required by Will Darnott and Lucy Drowning will a far greater amount of motor 32 und unmarrled. He had an attack wllf bo boforu tho having tho whisky in his possession. this act. Tho county Judge, magis of fever about twenty years ago, slnco (col), of Echols, Odo Wilson nnd Earl Faught, two equipment bo provided in proportion trates and pollco Judges of tho stato which tlmo his mind has been fre- young boys, of Horse Branch, wore to tho strength of tho Army, but it county court Saturday on a chargo Ho paid tho lino and cost. nro given Jurisdiction In nil such quently unbalanced. of being drunk nnd disorderly, and This Is tho arrested Tuesday by shorlff Drntchor will bo used for work where armies EGGS IMtlXG $.102. enses Sheriffs, constables and all fourth tlmo Carroll has been commit on charges of dosortlng from the now In tho flold dopond solely upon disturbing tho pcaco and dignity of pollco otllcors aro required to inako ted to an asylum. His Is a mild urmy. Thoy were brought hero and horso power and man power. tho good pcoplo of tho llttlo mining Ill two months tho Junior Red arrests for this offenso, nnd nro II- - typo If insanity, and when In these kept in jail until 'yesterday morncity. Ed Collins, who sworo out tho Tho Ordnance Department has suc"warrant for tho obstroprous couplo, Cross members of tho Ohio (Co.) ablo on their bonds for fniluro to do periodic attacks is harmless. ing when tho sheriff took thorn to ceeded In developing such types of tells a lurid talo of their misconduct. Chapter, nt Hartford (Ky.), havo ro- - so. Camp Taylor and turned (horn ovor to tractors that, exclusive of tho heavim celvcd funds of $502 through dona A load weighing not mare than 15 WRITES LETTER HOME. tho military authorities. Wilson is est flold artillery mounted on railroad FUGITIVE CAPTURED. tions of eggs. Lako Division Nows tons may bo hauled over tho streets tho son of Luto Wilson and Faught carriages, all American artillery will or roads only by special permission Mr. and Mrs. Wlllam Lako receiv- is a son of Tom Faught. Wilson Is bo motorized, with tho exception of A .MOSS GROWN CLAIM. Gortrudo Ford, tho 14 year old of tho county Judgo or road engineer. ed tho following letter from their son, nineteen and Faught eighteen years somo of tho batteries. Tho Klaughtor of Davo Ford, who was comFor all steel or Iron tired vehicles who Is In tho army. old. Tho boys enlisted with tho Ohio problem of motorization of field arAway back in tho yoar 1803, while tho load must not oxceed, for mitted to tho almshouso to await Camp Merrltt, Now York. county company hore about a yeur tillery is a difllcult one, which extho pall of war hung llko a storm tires of two inch width and less, transportation to tho Grcendalo Dear Parents. How aro you all? ago, woro sent from hero to Lexington plains why It has not been carried to form School, and who slipped away cloud over tho American peoplo, ono &00 pounds por Inch of width, 1 am well und fooling fine.- and later to Hattlcsburg. Wilsou a greater oxtent than has boon tho from tho almshouso, was captured P. F. Edwards was shorlff of Edmon- on all tires. Loads for vehicles of Wo got horo this morning, and it la desertod sometimo in tho fall and case with tho armies that have boon Monday nt llockport, and brought son county, and paid in to tho stato tires exceeding two inches in width suro a fine placo. I llko it flno. Wo Faught In Decombor. Wilsou charg fighting in Europe for tho last threo troasury, so ho claims, $380 thnt was COO pounds for each inch of tire, all urn about twenty miles from New es his troubles to whiskey and Fuught years. lioro and lodged in Joll. Sinco her escapo she had returned not justly due tho stato. Now, aftor tiros counted, and 400 pounds for York City, und fifteen miles from gave no bettor reason than being Tho posslblo output of tractors for 1o hor old haunts at Martwick, to re- tho lapso of fifty flvo years, and each additional inch of tiro. Auto- Jersey City. I nm going to ono of homesick. Tho boys have been tho trunspart of flold artillery in tho visit tho glimpses of tho moon, and Edwards is old and decropit and poor, mobiles may not oxceed a speed of theso places next week. around Horso Branch slnco thoy United States Is practically unlimited, renew hor debauchery of a fow weeks tho legislature has by special act, 25 miles an hour. Penalty for violaMother, wo won't bo horo long. I They seemed to bo uncon whereas the supply, of horses Li at ngo. In tho meantimo two naa snot authorized him to sue tho stato to tion of abovo provisions Is a fine not guehi you all think we hato to go to cerned about tho result of their vio present limited and is becoming moro i- herself through the bona with a re- -' recover tho amount less than $15 nor moro than $100. Frauco, but wo don't. Wo all want lation of military discipline. so each month. set-bary se to-dast al to-dao, -- y" ' v Halt the Hun ! r Put a Chip of Patriotism on Your Shoulder June 28th Pledge yourself to buy War Savings Stamps on or before June 28th. Provide the boys with the things they need to make short work of him. Guns, clothes, aircraft, food, munitions and the ships to get over with. These are the things the boys need, and they cost money hunks of it. i .41. i It's Patriots' Pledge Day the day the government will call upon you to give a new pledge of loyalty; new proof of your will to win ; new evidence that your dollars as well as your hearts are behind the men facing the Hun on the martyred fields of fair France. t J : t NATIONAL WAR SAVINGS DAY Friday, June 28th On that day you will be asked to sign a personal pledge to buy WAR SAVINGS STAMPS t National War Savitigs Day Make a pledge to buy War Savings Stamps June 38 The more quickly our soldiers have all the things they need, the more quickly the ships will be bringing our boys back to us. NATIONAL WAR SAVINGS COMMITTEE War Savings Stamps are a direct loan from you to Uncle Sam. Nothing can lessen their value. They're always at par. They pay you well; though that isn't half so important to you as what your money does for that boy maybe your own "over there." Back him up. Keepfood going to him. Keep a coat on him. Keep his clips full of cartridges. And shoes on his feet. See that he has a "tin hat." Buy W. S. S send him over the top with the feeling that comes from knowing you are pledged to see that he gets what is coming to him. Get ready to sign your Pledge of Patriotism on National War Savings Day. And buy W. S. S. until you wonder how you were able to do it. You'll pay $4.17 for each W. S. S. on June 28th and vou'll iret $5 for each of them. go-get-'m This space contributed for the Winning of the War by NATIONAL WAR SAVINGS COMMITTEE This space contributed for the Winning of the War by GILLESPIE BROS., - -- . General Blacksmiths W. E. ELLIS HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. 4 UAW TICK I'EOl'LK. & BRO., MKMOUIAIj SCVTICKS. Hartford, Ky. off to an nrmy camp. Common Pleas Court to have tho receipt from the express company mortgage cancelled of record. sufficient for the company? A has his life insured in a New York company. A has had his policy for 10 years, but has misplaced it. Will A lose his interest if he is unL. L. L. able to find the policy? No. If you will communicate di- In the year 1905 A bought a farm from B and C. Ho paid part cash and save a mortgage for the balance pay-abA year later A in two years. lifted the mortgage and B and C gave him a deed of general warranty free of all encumbrances and in full satisfaction to B and C. B and C failed to release the mortgage at the County Clerk's office and the records show that there is a mortgage on the property. This is In Ohio. M Is a prospective purchaser and will not buy unless the mortgage is cancelled df record. A cannot now learn of the whereabouts of either B or C. What mutt be done to clear the title of this cloud? E. M. U. If you cannot And both II and C it will be necessary to bring a suit in the lo rectly with the company they will give you information how to proceed in the matter. A purchased goods from a mall-ord- house. A sent the money in advance for the goods and the company guaranteed safe delivery of the goods ordered. The contract recites that If the goods do not arrlvo safely tho money advanced by the purchaser Can A hold tho will be refunded. company to this contract, or will a the farm. Can A glvo tho consent, or must B sign all tho papers? S. V. B. 2. If the place Is sold will It bo A can hold tho company to the necessary for A to sign any papers, or will B have to sign? .1. If A and B have children will it A is the owner of a farm. He has be necessary for B to make a will In timber on the farm. A sold this tim- order for A to own the property at ber to B, and B was to saw the tim- her death? ber on the farm and pay for it before 4. How many witnesses must sign A. B. C. he removed the sawed timber B put tho will if a will is made? up the mill and sawed the timber. Ho 1. B is the owner of the farm and has not paid for the timber and is it will bo necessary for her to sign about to remove It. What can A do to any papers that have anything to do protect himself? A. B. with the farm. A can keep B form taking tho tim2. A will havo to sign any deed in ber until he has paid for it. order to convoy his dower Interest in the farm. B, of course, must also A and B arc husband and wife. sign the deed conveying tho title. They own a farm and the farm Is in 3. Yes. Otherwlso A would only B's name. A company has been or get a dower interest. 4. Two. ganized to build a telcphono lino past bo i There are three scythes hanging the croch of an old treo on n farm near Auburn, N. Y. One of them is eaten by rust and so overgrown by the live wood that only n tiny bit of the blade protrudes, Ono is rusty, but still whole, with tho envelopment just started. Ono is In fifty-seven new. The old scythe was hung there m years ago by James Johnson, when he marched off to tho Civil I (us n Good Opinion of Chamberlain" . War, telling his wife not to touch it Tablet. until he camo back. He never cann? back. Tho farm finally passed into "Chamberlain's Tablets nro n wonother hands, but the memorial der. I never sold anything thnt beat Then lust year when tho them," writes P. B. Tressoy, United States entered tho war, RayKy. When troubled with inmond Schaeffcr placed his scythe be- dication or constipation glvo. them side the rustic relic, and marched a trial. m Hlch-mon- went to Join tho nrmy. Thoso three scythes are a touching monument, and n fitting one. Wo wonder, as wo read of It, how mnny other scythes thero are hung up In on American farms, and how mnny In Kuropo, and in Asia and Africa ami Australia and tho island of tho sea, and how many of them will stay thero unclaimed. treo-crotch- es brother Lynn added his scytho and Last week his d, MwmMsmmamm Smother the Kaiser with War Savings Stamps Sacred treaties are called by the Kai3er mere "scraps of paper." His words are an example of the "Kultur" of the Huns who commit unspeakable crimes against innocent women and children the "Kultur" that America is fighting to remove forever from the world. FRIDAY, JUNE 23TH NATIONAL WAR SAVINGS DAY On that day evry loyal American will be summoned to prove his patriotism by "signing the pledge" by agreeing to Invent In a dellulte amount of WnrSalngs Stumps each month during 1918. SIBILS Ifou! WS.S. Ham . - "J -- - ,:. r waa Will you greet the Fourth of July with a happy consciousness of a good deed well done? mmi Smother the Kaiser with "Scraps of Paper" on June 28th. NATIONAL WAR SAVINGS COMMITTEE. &K June 28th has been set as National War Savings Day. Your country expects you on that day to pledge every penny you can, up to $1,000, toward the purchase of War Savings Stamps. The price of American citizenship is no longer cheap. A new hour has struck. The crash of war has ground all semblance of cheapness out of being an American. We must pay the price now. K H r-- VJ $ 0. LH , On June 28th, Your Country Asks You to Balance Your Patriotic Cash Account (Mr 55- - -. -"- P"-"- -L Irr.SLSi W&'iSm&ZssJ jv s-r W WS.S. Nm & j if til ttnt nm oTvuMMftff Every penny you withhold, that you are able to lend, extends aid and comfort to the enemy.' No legal summons will compel payment. You are called to payment by the higher, more chivalric summons to volunteer your pledge to purchase this year every dollar's worth of War Savings Stamps you can. mru - National War Savings Committee This space contributed for the Winning of the War by - This space contributed for the Winning of the War by THE STAR THEATER Hartford, Ky. HARTFORD BOTTLING WORKS Hartford, Ky. DAVIESS COUNTY WHISKY SCARCE mm grre,ifii Net Contents nir-- - Many Are Lending Their Lives 15 fluid Drachm ? Supply To Be Withdrawn In The Course Of 18 Months. Owensboro, Ky. There is much interest in Washington where a revenue mcasuro is under consideration, nnd among speculators In whisky, ns to tho amount of spirits remaining in bond, tho rato of Mithdrawals, nnd how. long tho liquor probably will last. Tho Government hns boon realizing slnco tho tax upon whiskey was raised to $3.20 per gallon at tho rate of per annum form this source, hut it has been stated that sinco manufacture of whiskey was forbidden nfter September 9, 1917, tho stock on hand would bo exhausted in 12 to 18 months, nnd the Government would then havo to look elsowhere for tho amount of revenue In tho Owensboro or Second Dis trict of Kentucky comprising 32 coun ties In the Western part of tho state, tho whisky In bond May 31, 1918, was 11,633,779 gallons. Just a year earlier there was in bond 14,423,799 gallons. Slnco that date thero was mado and placed in bond 2,799,715 but there was withdrawn during the 12 months ending May 31, 1918, 0,105,935, leavlngln bond on that dato as above stated only 11,033,799 gallons. With withdrawals at tho rato of over 6,000,000 gallons per annum tho stocks in Second District warehouses would last a little less than two years, hut as whiskey stocks throughout tho country are being exhausted It is now estimated, notwithstanding "bono dry" prohibition laws in many states, tho withdrawals will bo heavier and tho whiskey In tho Second District of Kentucky, which Is principally in Daviess County, will not last exceeding IS months. In May, 1918, tho withdrawals were 4S1.009 gallons, in May, 1917, 5 452,594 gallons, an increaso of gallons. Preceding months in 19 IS also showed an increased ratio of withdrawals. Therefore, whatever Congress or the states may hereafter do in the prohibition lino it is not probable thero will bo much whiskey left in this district, at leost when the sale as well as manufacture Is Anally forever forbidden. 28,-47- CASTORIA For Infants and Children. fii f 1 MM) i 1 What Are You Lending? Thousands of our boys are going down into the trenches y soon to join the army of the lame, the blind or the dead. You can at least go down in your pockets for them. Thing it over be ready on ') J$ to-da- IEasidrh cE'ti V it Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria Always Bears the w $ H . .ALCOHOL-- 3 TEK ULN AVcdclaulcrrcnarntionforAs- - similnlinlhcroodbyKcguia- - J nV ,Wincrftl.NoTNAncoTic fyrhrUfSMt Thnrrin'PfomoiiniS Digestion ChccrfulncssandRcstContains tneither Onium.Morphlncnor Signature of jfr ,n JUNE 28th NATIONAL WAR SAVINGS DAY There's an army. Yes, a dozen armies of stalwart, young men standing between you and the grizzly Hun. These young fellows are giving their ease, their comfort, their friends and homes, their bodies, the hope of life giving for you for you. You can at least loan your dollars for them. wind-bronzed, rJ! WJSc IJSfe' V,ew. ' k CtanfitdSuptr rlmSml Umttrvrmnanr I. -- lC..tX)irv,(A'lOtV r?o, '1 - C Constipation nnd Diarrhoea. rcsullinhcrcfjwnmMancy. jr. ..." e5 . ondFcwrfehncsswfl. " LOSSur frc Simile Sijnatcreoi GuL?f ffitZXM h ft J?1 X Use For Over Thirty Years NATIONAL WAR SAVINGS COMMITTEE -- ' """ Oku pymMMWCfeSj Exact Copy This space contributed for the Winning of the War by -- ' l CASTORIA THE CENTAUR COMPANY, of Wrapper. NIW TOHK CITY, American Co-operat- ive Association, S. L. KING, Manager. - Hartford, Ky. Starck Pianos . , DRASTIC DRAFT CHANGE MADE Marriage Since Enactment of Law Held No Bar To Conscription. Washington, Juno 14. Marriage since tho enactment of tho selective draft no longer will bo accented ns c.'kfo for exemption from military Bcrvlce, except in tho cohcs of men who havo hocomo of nco slnco June 5, 1917, who may bo exempted if titer married beforo January IS, 1918, tho (Into on which tho Joint resolution requiring their registration was Introduced In Congress. Drastic amendments to tho draft regulations wore announced by Provost 3Ianihal General Crowder, under which local boards arc required to rcclaslfy all cases involving such marriages. Dependency claims on account of children of such marriages will bo allowed where children aro "born or unborn beforo Juno 9, 191S" Following is an order sent to nil Stato draft executives: "Please promulgate nt onco to local boards tho following important amendoment to tho selective service ht When tho flag Is waiving from a or polo it is not stationary flag-stasaluted with tho hand. In decorating, tho flag should never bo festooned of draped. Always hung flat. It hung with stripes horCholera Morbus. izontal. Union should ho in upper This is a very painful and danger- left corner. If hung perpendicularly. ous disease. In almost every neigh- Union should bo in upper right corborhood someone has died from it be- ner. fore medicine counld be obtained or When the flag Is carried in parado, a physician summoned. Tho right or when crossed with other flags, way Is to havo a hottlo of Chamber-lnln- 's tho Stars and Stripes should always Colic and Diarrhoea Itemed? bo at tho right. in the house so as to bo prepared for The law specifically lorblds tho two It. Mrs. Charles Enyeart, Hunting of the representation of tho flag In ton, Ind., writes: "During tho sum- any manner or in any connection mer of 1911 two of my children were with merchandise for sale. taken sick with cholera morbus. I Tho flag should ho raised at sun- uRnil niminlinrlnln's Colic and Dlar- - .i.o nn.i innnui nt mnnt it sVinniii rhoca Remedy and It gave them Im- - not u0 displayed on stormy days or. medlato relief." except when under flro of tho enemy, left out over night. Although there HOLDS lUNDKNIUTKG is no authoritative ruling which regulations: 31)0,000 ItESEItVES compels civilians to lower tho flag nt Bimdow, good tasto should imWashington.Junc 15. Hlndenburg pel them to follow tho traditions of Text of Amendment. divisions tho Army nnd Navy In this sunMtulo D, section 72. S. S It., is hns nt least twonty-flv- o 1(300,000 men) in reserve. At his down ceriinonial. Primarily tho flag is amended to read as follows: "Hunlo 5 A Tho fact of dopendon present rnte of expenditure, ho should raised to ho seen, and secondarily, cy resulting from tho marriage of a bo ablo to maintain his offensive tho flag Is somewhat to ho guarded, registrant who has becqmo 21 years Btrongth for at least two months, treasured, and so tradition holds it of.ago slnco Juno 5, 1917, and who', Rollcctlng on tho situation in shall not bo menaced by tho darkGen. Bridges, chief of ness. To leavo tho flag out at night, hb married slnco tho dnto of tho In- - Franco unattended, is proof of shlftlessness. troductlon of tho Joint resolution in tho nrltlsh military mission horo requiring his registration, pressed belief that tho offensive of or at least carolessness. t, January 1G, 1918, will bo dls- - Gormany probably would not exhaust On Memorial day, tho flag should regarded as a ground for deferred itsolf beforo early In August, from sun-rts- o bo displayed at half-ma- st , Including prisoners captured by the classification. until noon, and at tho peak U If A registrant who has at- - Germnns, llrldges estimated tho total from noon until sunset. It should, talned tho ngo of 21 'slnco Juno 5, ailed losses would bo nearly ns largo on boing rotired, never bo allowed 1917, and who has contracted mar- - as tho German but tho latter would to touch tho ground. When "Tho Star Spangled Dannor" rlago subsequent to tho dato of tho bo largely killed and wounded. is played or sung, uncovor, stand onactmout of tho solectlvo sorvlco May 18. 1917, but on or Rockport Amazed nnd remain standing, IN SILENCE, law, is finished. prior to January 1C, 1918, clalmos By Sudden Action until it Applause nt the conclusion of "Tho deferred classification on tho ground Tho quick action of pure Lavoptlk Star Spangled Dannor" is out of of dependency resulting from his marriage, tho fact of dopondency re- - cyo wash is startling. A school boy placo. Worn out and useless flags should suiting from his marriage will bo dls- - hod oyo strain so badly ho could not bo destroyed by burning. regarded as a ground for doforrcd road. A week's uso of Lavoptlk A flog torn or frayed by tho Mind unless tho dopondant prised his tcachor so much sho used ONE WASH nnd weather should never again bo child of tho marriage, born or un- - it for hor old mother. a A small bottlo is hoisted until It has beon repaired. born on or prior to Juno 9, 1918, In showed lonoflt. wvo This is a regulation of both tho which caso such a registrant upon guaranieou 10 uenoni being mado, shall weak, strained or inflamed eyes. Tho Army and Navy and should also bo satisfactory proof QUICK result Is astonishing. Alumi- followed by all civilians. bo classified in class 2. num oyo cup FltEE. Harrol Ilros. 3 druggests at Itockport. Whooping Cough. Cliilms of Dependency. In this disease it Is important that "C If a registrant, other than ono Itemomber! tho men In our Army who has attained tho ago of 21 years and Navy do not expect luxuries, the cough bo kept loose and expecslnco Juno 5, 1917, who has contract-ei- li should we at homo expect them? Huy toration easy, which can bo done by marrlago sinco May 18, 1917, necessities and War Savings Stamps. giving Chamberlain's Cough Homedy, Mrs. P. II. Martin, Peru, Ind., writes, claims deferred classification on tho "My two daughters had whooping ground of dependency rosultlng from cough. I gavo them Chamberlain's marrlago, tho fact of dependency his FOR FLETCHER'S Cough Remedy and it worked like a 'resulting from his marrlago will bo I charm." in disregarded as a grdund for deferrod ff to-da- y, ' to-wito-w- classification, unless the dependent is a child of tho mnrrlnge, born or unborn on or before Juno 9, 1918, In which caso such a registrant, upon satisfactory proof being made, shall be placed In clnss 2. In this "D Nothing contained amendment to rule, I shall be construed as requiring tho transfer to class 2 of any registrant who has lliecn finally classified in class 1 on jthu affirmative finding that his mar riage since May IS, 1917, was mado with tho primary view of evading military service. "Instruct all local boards forthwith to reclassify all cases Involving marriage since May IS, 1917, in accordance with tho above." ktiquitte. (Prepared by tho National Coinmlt- teo of Patriotic Societies, Washington, D. C.) No Money inAdvance Satisfac (ion Gnnr antoed LowestNet Fa o t 5y When tho colors arc passing, tho spectator. If a man, should halt if walking, arise if sitting and uncover, holding tho headress opposito tho left shoulded with tho right hand; if bareheader, ho should saluto with tho right hand. A woman should bland at attention as tho flag passes by. Prices Terms P. A. ETARCK KtSIOtNT Saving oi lO0 to From Fac tory Direct aai.dA 200 CASTORIA m ChildTen Cry FOR FLETCHER'S TO ItBDUCE MOVE COST OF FOOD TO COSU.MEK We will ship you a beautiful Starck Piano for 30 days' free trial, In your home. Ko cash payment required. All we ask Is that you will play upon, uso and test this piano for 30 days. If, at the end of that time, you do not find It the highest grade, sweetest tone J and finest piano In every way, that you have over seen for the money, you are at perfec" liberty to send Hijack, and we will, In that event, pay the freight both ways. T. Is Starck Piano must make good with you, w or there Is no sale. -- on njivc uu uhio cdcc tdiii rntc iniHk Save $150.00 or Mora in your own home Contry-Midmove to redeo tho cost of food to tho consumer and o standardize methods of compelling tho observance by dealers of fair prico lists, was ordered by Food Administrator Hoover. Lists will be published In every county, town and city, and consumers ls will bo asked to with In forcing merchants to bring their prices to a uniform level. "It this can bo accomplished, a statement isued by tho Food Administrator says, tho average buyer will not only be protected, but the patriotic merchant who has followed tho regarding prices will be protected against the unscrupulous dealer who has attempted to take advantage of the situation. ofll-cla- We chip direct to you from our factory, at prices that tae ;ou upward of $150.00 iff Jie cost of your piano. We guarantee to furnish you a better piano for the money than you can secure eUewhere. You are assured of receiving a (at!ifactor tweet tontd durable high grade plane. Ton cay no cash down, but atttr 30 daVa of trial, you can begin payment on the low est, easiest terms ever suggested Dy a piano manufacturer. These terms are arranged to suit your convenience, and it is possible tor you to buy a piano for your home, without iniumi; me munex. m. f Easy Payminfs 25'Ysr',!r.s!e3 Every Starck Piano is guaranteed for 25 years. Thti guarantee has back of it our 35 years cf piano experience, and the repu tation of an responsible pbno house. 2nd-Ha- nd largalns 50 Fret Muslo We have constantly on hand a targe numVr of (lightly used pianos of all and wcond-hanstandard makes taken in exchange for new Starck Pianos and Player-PianoThe following are a few sample bargains i Lessons Weber Steinway Chickering Ximball To ertry purchaser of Starck Pianos, we give free music lessons, in one of the best known schools la Chicago. These lessons you can take lb your own home, by mall. This represents one year's free Instruction. Starck second-han- $110.00 92,00 90.00 95.00 195.00 bargain list. 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Over 850,000 pounds of various herbs are used anually and all have to be tho year gathered at the seuon of medicinalwhen subjuices and stances are at their best The most successful solvents are used to extract the medicinal properties from these herbs. Every utensil and tank that comes in contact with the medicino is sterilized and as a final precaution in cleanliness the medicine is pasteurized and scaled in sterile bottles. It is the wonderful combination of roots and herbs, together with tho skill and care used in its preparation which bus mado this famous medicino so suc&ssful in the treatment of female ills. Tho letters from women who havo been restored to health by tho use of Lvdla B. Pinkham's Vegetable which we ure continually publishing attest to its virtue. Com-jxm- 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 in session the entire year. Pupils may enter at any time and receive proper classification. I Kim km mnsio (Incorporated) OWENSBORO KY. cocto4 i The Hartford Republican failure becomes plainly apparent, military observers will wntcb closely tho effect on Austrian national spirit. If the newspapers correctly report tho President ho Is playing politics, nnd not very commcndnblo politics, In tho senatorial raco In Michigan. Henry Ford, who fathered tho foolish lunta to Kuropo threo years ago to "get tho boys out of tho trenches beforo Christmas" nnd who supported Wilson for president In 191C, Is a candldato for United States senator In Mlchlgnn. Tho President Is reported to have endorsed his candidacy, and to havo urged tho Democrats of Michigan to endorso him, with tho expectation that tho Republicans would nomlnato him. But It Is hardly nrobablo that tho Republicans of Michigan will bo so easily enmouflng cd. Henry Ford Is not tho kind of Republican Michigan will scnd.to tho United States senate. STRAY STREAKS (Uy Fluko McFIuko.) Squlro Dean says there was n right smart hunglo. nindo when this old world and tho various plnnnots were set In motion, for Instance when tlio nights are darkest and ho needs It tho nost, tho moon don't shlno a durn bit. There Is some good comes out of a dry, hot spell, my weeds don't grow In our wifo's garden as they did when It was wet. Dr. Joo Taylor says when a man has a sevcro pain In tho lower, gee s,ll o( ,,,s nudomen and $100.00 In or nenr his haw Hank his trouble Is "sunlly diagnosed as appendicitis. Vublished Weekly by IIAHTFOIin WUNTINO COMPANY Incorporated C. K. SMITH, W. S. TINSLBY, Sec.-Trca- President s. About e M ... 'f "V ' JOHN' 1IEXIIY THOMAS. . . . Kill tor W. S. TIXSIjKY, Associate Editor nnd Business Mnnngcr, Entered according to law at tho Tostomce, Hartford, Ky., as mall matter of tho second class. Address nil communications Tho Hartford Republican. to -- , ' There's ono reason wo nro strong nolso statute; for this new nnto-antTho great armies aro deadlocked on nnd after the 20th. Iko Mason will closed or on tho western front. There seems havo to run with his cut-o,nn,i rnnsnii for bellevlnc that the strongly muffled Tliin rnn nnvnr ncnln rencat tho flerco Our LInotypo Oporatress is tlio onslaughts of tho March offensive. t,mn mnntha nf rnatlv nnd vain only member of this joint who does Af.r efforts to break tho allied lines the not uoast, nourisn nnu exniou sun German spirit is breaking under the burned nnd callous spots in her is population, has been set. TEIiEPHOXES. An exact quota, according strain, nnd nfter nil spirit Is tho hands, alleged to havo been mnde ' 12jJ Cumberland strength of an army. That tho Hun with n hoc in n war garden. No she $20'average for each American man, woman and child this " Farmers Mutual ill continuo to make periodic attacks spends her sparo timo writing letters set limit, $1000 each, for those who can, to average throughout tho to certain warriors. (Say-Duk- e, means on tho allied lines .JUXE 21 season Is of courso to bo expected, this squib) FRIDAY, those who cannot. but serious npprehonslon of his force Iko Mason gits in congress When to brenk through is past. There apbe obgoal is $2,000,000,000 (Two Billion Dollars) pears little reason now to hope for we'r gonna bo his stenog, tho Ike With Muscar Hcavrln on tho Mason in con- tho termination of tho war this year, don't want It told Just now and there bench and Iko year, 1918, which means to you tained gress Ohio county will movo up to the but with two million American sol- fore I'm not agoln tor say nuthin head of tho column. diers on the field In 1919 it is pos- orbout it fer a spell'r 2. ! sible that tho year of tho double Gentlemen, tho road tax question Tho new automobile law effective nine may see the end. is beforo the house. What is your Juno 20th. don't touch Uncle Alec pleasure? Is there a motion to adopt. by 40 miles wherein It re S. S. Subscribe for your full quota Somo time ago wo received from a Curtis Tho columns of this newspaper are representative of tho Federal Gov- quires tho dimming of head lights, foz open to thoso who want to discuss tho ernment outlines or copies of 12 neither does it make any difference w.s.s. i matter, pro or con. whether he has any lights at all, be War Savings Stamps advertisements, tM very urgent request that we cause no ono enn run fast enough to Tho big Austrian offensive against with a collide with his rear and thoso in Italy seems to have broken down be- see our business men and firms and front can hear his Tin Llzzis In plenty apfore it got away from tho post. Aus- it possible, arrange for them to two of time to take to the bushes. This space contributed (or the Winning ol lbs War by Us citizens are clam- pear in the Republican in the tria is war tired, ssues prior to June 24. We accepted oring for peace, ami as an effective Mrs. Thomas, wife of John upon 14 Instrument of war Its heyday has tho proposition and called (Incorporated) and persons and 12 Henry, was In tho office n day or so business firms passed. ago and she said as how sho was of them willingly and readily agreed going to lose a lot of very hard work, j wireless messages folowed. In which twonty seconds Inter microphones reMethodist of Hartford havo a to and did subscribe for an ad each. unless rain fell soon, as her garden the following regulations: The "Military prisoners. Sixty ninrVr. - tli siilimnrlnn ppnw la rnnnrlml In corded n terrific explosion, ho was pastor, So by this proportion Hartford is at -- . Just right to be proud of their In which sho had spent long hours quoted as saying. Itlslng to the surRev. A. D. Litchfield. In addi- least S5.7 per cent patriotic even if of hard toll, was drying up. Old weekly may bo spent by officers and hnve told of Its victory. the individu-.- 1 was Blghtcd whilo tho face the American nubmarlno circled The others of similar rank; GO marks tion to serving his church, Rev. Litch- it takes a small outlay from exchequers when there is no chance Man Thomas has been bulling us all weekly by noncommissioned officers American craft was patrolling with about on tho lookout for survivors, field has taken the lead in patriotic HIS garden, and the and men. only her pcriscopo visible, nccordlng but oil coming to tho surfneo was tho Red Cross for direct returns in principle and spring about movements, bond sales and great and good thing tedious and long hours of physical Sixty marks to tho story the American skipper is only traco found of tho vanquished "Civilian prisoners. and he recently went to the interest. It's a work, and painful labor he had put in on fields and helped the farmers har- that patriotism is not always measur that durn patch. But now my sus- weekly for men of better social posi- - alleged to havo told. When within raider, nnrrntors of tho story said rango n torpedo was released and they had been told. ed in dollars and cents. tion; 50 marks weekly for others." vest their wheat. picions aro confirmed, I knew all I working Incomplete returns from 25 States We onco had a very, very good the time that John was not It Js a remarkable fact that while days he school faculties and leg- friend who happened to get a bit in that garden during tho show that nearly 3,400.000 women American laid out of this office and as the truth islatures are barring German from overloaded with joy water and in an is finally out I am publishing It to the havo registered for war work under tho Woman's Committee of tho Coun American schools, Germany is ugly mood took exceptions to some the enforcing compulsatory teaching of thing we said. He showed some world. cil of National Defense. English and Fronch in her higher In- fight and demanded an apology. I day and Make every day a Liberty motor, acTho stitutions of learning. The German told him that we werojnore than will help your Government thrift the war end cording to a statement by tho War this instance outbalances ing to comply with his request and practical in days. Department, weighs S25 pounds and the American sentimental. that if wo had said any thing for m ' weight were sorry we were ex- OLD FALSE which we TEETH WANTED develops 450 horsepower, or a x jp 'e wuhl call the attention of our tremely glad of it. The tipsy friend DOX'T MATTER IF 1JKOKKX of 1.8 pounds per horsepower. Tho readers, and especially road over- looked very hard at us and vn nnv nti to 15 dollars ner set. Also gasoline consumption is approximate cash for Old Gold, Silver and broken ly 0.4G pound per horsepower hour. seers, to a wellwrltton road article as ho slowly Brusre" wul mall. Tho tended right hand, he said, "1 don't Jewelry. Check sent by return a Republican. in this tssue.of the Goods HClU IJi '.myB iur senuur W. O. AV. UXVEIMXG. article was written by a wellknown jlst zactly understand the 'pology, but of hi'ir nrfftr. Mazer's Tooth Ohio county citizen, who has given I guess its alright and hero goes." Specialty, Dept. A, 2007 S. Bth St.. 43UD road work much careful thought, and So when wo are absolutely conscious Philadelphia, Pft. Tho Monument of Sovereign Archie it contains a fund of useful and prac- of tho fact that we are right In what Stevens will bo unveiled Sunday, June LAND WARRANT LAID. tical advice. wo say in these columns in matters 23rd at 2 o'clock P. M., at Goshen effecting tho public good even if it Cemetery. Everybody Invited. The flag means liberty, safety and happiness to fanmaiimiia n nnwsnaner man It will be news to most people hannens to wound tho feeling of i of commendation some friend, we can repeat the above that there is Rtlll vacant land in Because Americans have always been America. joys the pleasure up at light? Sanol is Ohio county, but from the record of Do you sot ailkldney or whilo he lives. Thfs mentioned apology with emphasis jif his roaders for willing to fight for it. Ohio county court wo nnd that -PSnnnl ciVes relief In we have said any thing we are been authorized, up-S- A 24 hours form all backache and bladeyton has Our boys are in France. They are giving their wearratherroud of It. of ten der troubles. Sanol Is a guaranteed to WmU S'SirttolS 50e and f 1.00 n Uottio ai the bayonet, occupy remedy. lives. They are withstanding shell-fir- e, .iil.nni lmvn onmnllmcnted us for Joseph Pulitsor, Publisher of the cents per acre, to possess and utruo land, not to exceeu two nunureu poison gas and the brutal fighting methods of the our stand in defense of tho communi- Now York World, provided in his will near Heaver Dam SMAIJi SCHOOL IDT. ty against that inexcusable nulssanco. for a prize of $500 annually to the on Lowls" creek, Hun. Tho land adjoins that of a coal com- of the - writer of tho greatest editorial It Is without pany, and tho fact that Mr. I. S. Mason has filed tho neces- year. Do your part. Support the flag. Buy War SavUnder an opinion recently renderTho award ior mo year nf ...i- - .1.. record ownership seems to havo es ed by tho Attornoy General tho public ing Stamps every week. E.rci---i-s.'caped attention until Mr. Peyton dis- school fund may not be used to pay s: great editor of tho covered It. as a candldato for the son, tho primary ballot teachers In districts having less than Journal, for an editorial, appearing Republican nomination for congress physical condi paper in Juno of that year, on Camp No. 319, W. O. fifty pupils unless Evergreen in his in this district. If Ike is nominated, tho wnr situation in Europe. Henry V tions warrant an emergency dispen Let Carson & Company supply you with seasonable will glvo Its annual Ico Cream circumstances and hustles votos llko ho bustles Inis tho last survivor of the Supper at the Hall, at Heflln, Satur- sation, and under no and novelty merchandise for immediate needs. surance, ho will put tho Hon. Ben Watterson of personal journalism, and money bo used to pay teach ild school day evonlng, Juno 20. Tho proceeds may such Johnson on tho blink at tho Novom-h- at tho advanced ago of four score Having less imin iwuu-t- v of tho supper will bo donated to tho ers in districts election. nvo nunlls. Under this opinion it years, is read with attention by tho Red Cross. Somo good speakors will Everybody Invited to will bo necessary to consolidate the present. vuhuiduh bo JudgoiU. L. Heavorln, of this city, American nation. right, but he attend and help make this commend- smaller schools. has filed with tho Secretry of State, not havo been always fearless, able entorprlso a success. petition to havo his liarao placed on has been always honest and OUU l'BICES. tho greatest qualities of tho newsballot for tho tho official primary Tho measure of an edIt is announced In tho Bohemian of Judgo of tho Appellate court. paper editor. $3.00 per bushel by his nress that experiments nindo with Millet Seed Satin-strip- e 25c Voil, in assorted colors Judge Heavrln Is ono of tho ablest itor's prestige is determined $2.25 per bushel Stock Peas jus "paper cloth" have proved so successper bushel lawyers in western Kentucky, and is fearlossness to strlko wherever $4.00 25c Plain Voil, all colors railways are Soy Beans eminently qualified to sit as a mom-h- tice is thwarted or decency Is outrag- ful that Hungarian stato with sum-mD. L. D. SANDEFUR, 35c though it raises him up a to furnish their employees Plain Voil, all colors of tho highest court in tho stnto. ed, oven Beaver Dam, Ky. 50tf clothing of this fabric. legion of enemies, and tho pursuance 191 C tho Second 25c to 50c Fancy Voil In tho election . court district gave Ed Mor- of this policy has made Mr. Wattcr- (JEltMAXV 1'UTS LIMIT HUX "U'MtOAT HUXK 10c to 20c 100 pieces of Lawn OFF V1UGIXIA CAPES row about 1500 majority, and in son's name a household word where OX 1'IUSOXEUS' SPEXDIXG languago Is read. 1916, when Wilson carried tho stato ever tho English Cool crisp Voils, with their colorings and novel A Gorby more than 30.000, tho district An Atlantic Port, Juno 18. for interned civilMoney Intended patterns, make the most charming summer dresses. LAKE DIVISION RED gavo him only 1100 majority. man Bubmarlno nnd its entire crow CROSS SUBSCRIPTIONS ians and prisoners of war In Gormany an American sub- The sheerness and freshness of this fabric result in wfii finatrnvoil bv should bo remitted through tho Bu- l..,..oii.in ,.ff Tho result of tho much heralded tlm Vlmlnla coast sovoral most desirable and appropriate warm-weath- er Quota $900,000, sub- reau of Prisoners' Ilellof, American Kentucky Austrian drlvo on Italy will be watchago, nccordlng to a report Oversubscribed Bed Cross, Washington, D. C. Re days Tho Austrian peo- scribed $2,110,000, frocks. Moreover, they are very economical. y by passengers ed with interest. so mndo will probably not broiiKht here ple lacking tho stimulus of rich $1,210,000, por cont of quota 234.4. mittances to addressees by tho Gor- aboard an American steamship. Indiana Quota $2,100,000, sub- bo delivered spoils, such as tho German leaders Tho American liner had put into In cash, but In tho promised tholr peoplo in tho ovont scribed $2,70G,353, oversubscribed man Govornmont prison exchanges. tho mouth of Chesapeake Bay for on form of credit of victory, havo little heart now in $G0G,353, por cent of quota 128.8. According to tho Spanish nmbassa-o- r shelter in respouso to submarine Ohio Quota $G, 400,000, subscribnear tho war, and hunger is driving them at Berlin, tho Gorman war depart- warnings and thoro anchored oversubscribed It is bollovcd ed $7,782,520, toward desperation. restrican American submarine tender, ment states that there aro no por cent of quota 121.G that tho Italian offensive was started alongside which was moored tho un, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. Total quota $9,400,000, total sub- tions In regard to tho remittance of hopo that a groat victory with tho which was taking on total oversub- money for civilian and military pris- dersea craft, fuel, officers of tho might hearten tho people. Uut it scribed $12,598,873, provisions and $3,198,873, total por cent oners. Such monoy is placed to prisinterchange of la already apparent that tho drive scribed oners' credit, and may bo spent under vessel stated. An quota 134.0 Js doomed to failure, and when tho of iff NOTICE TO SUUSCIUBEHS. Subscribers desiring tho paper sent to a now nddress must glvo tho old address In making tho request. 10c Business Locals and Notices per line, and 5c per lino for additional Insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions nnd Cards of Thanks, Gc per lino, money In advance. Church Notices for services free, but other advertisements, Be per lino. Anonymous communications will receive no attention. Have you thought War Savings Stamps beneath your dignity. that W. S. S. were only for your children ? Have you thought that Liberty Bonds were your only method of helping to finance-thwar? No matter what your subscription to the Liberty Loan War Savings Stamps are also for you I Friday, June 28th National War Savings Day to It the The to this About, Face of W: ':':?y0 National War Savings Committee OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO., -(- Hartford, Kentucky. at I Remember the Flag of Liberty., Buy War Saving Stamps " nl -- JZ iS " "'",,,. ' n..lnn un er hj of-fl- co Dainty Wash Good for Summer er or to to-da- .Carson (& Co. Mr. Roll Itlloy went to Loulsvlllo yestcrdny. f War Saving Lino up and sign up on National Day. 4? 41 4? 4? Miss Nolllo Twcddcll, of Midland, is 41 visiting Mrs. William Schlcmmor. 41 41 Mr. Wnyno Byors, of near Frlcd-- a 41 41 land, wns in town on business 41 41 Mr. nnd Mrs. Willis Hcflln spent Mondny In Cromwell. Mr. Sop T. Williams, of Itouto 1, Bcavor Dam, was hero on business Wednesday. Cnpt. A. B. Illlcy has been trans- 41 41 War Savings Stamps Better Than Money In Your Pocket A $5 bill in your pocket does not increase in value; a War Savings Stamp does. War Savings Stamps are "little government bonds" bearing 4 ' per cent compound interest. They cost $4.17 now. In five years they will be worth $5 each. If you wish to cash them in before e that time you can do so at any time at the with interest. Pledge yourself to buy War Savings Stamps on or before post-offic- ferred from Camp Taylor to Camp Mid-Summ- 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 to to to to to to to to to to to to er Millinery Sherman, Ohio. We are receiving now the latest styles in midsummer Millinery and are prepared to give you the correct thing for summer wear. Complete line of Panamas, Leghorns, fancy Chip and Milon. New fancy bands, Chiffons, Veilings, Etc. a splendid opportunity to get what you want at a low price. A farmer was In Hartford Wednesday offering $5.00 a day for a hand to stack wheat. Mrs. Lou Vanover, of Midland. Is visiting her son, Mr. Pearl Twcddcll, rural carrier on Itouto 7. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Marks, of Bulls Gap, Tcnn., nro visiting Mr. Mark's mother, Mrs. T. S. Marks. Mr. Louis Itilcy returned Sunday from Now York City, whero ho had gono with a car of poultry. Mies Rco Iglchcart, who has been attending Bcrca College, has returned to her home at Equality. 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 I, 8 41 41 41 41 41 41 JUNE 28th NATIONAL WAR SAVINGS DAY War Savings Stamps can be bought in any amounts up to a thousand dollars. They are so good a security you cannot buy more. You can buy War Savings Stamps at the postloffice, at banks Summer Dress Goods A splendid., array., of., beautiful patterns in Silks, Georgette, Crepe de Chine, Organdies, Voiles, Flaxons, Demities, Etc. A large assortment of Laces, Insertions, Bands, Etc. In fact, Trimmings to match our entire line of Dress Goods. McCall Patterns carried in stock. Competent salesladies to wait on you. These are our inducements. CALL, and remember that it pays to trade with a house that saves you money. 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41. and at most stores. NATIONAL WAR SAVINGS COMMITTEE i i to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to & Messrs. M. L. Heavrin and Ed Barrass left Tuesday for a business trip to Louisville and Cincinnati. Mr. and Mrs. James Nance, of Owcnsboro, visited Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Petty, at Henderson Sunday. Miss Mary Louise ltenfrow, of Narrows, Is spending tho week with her aunt. Mrs. Magnolia Stevens, near town. I This space contributed for the Winning of the War by k to to to to to to to to to to to to 41 41 41 ACTON, BROS., General Merchandise, Hartford, Ky. VV9999V999999999999999999999999k IktttiGb. The Hartford FRIDAY,. M., H. A Buy War Savings Stamps to tho Attorney, Otto C. Martin, made a utmost of your financial capacity, and business trip to Louisville, yesterday. then Increase jonr capacity by saving more. Squire Grant Pollard and Mr. Murphy of Fordsvillo, were hero Mrs. J. P, Casebler and children, yesterday. Forest nnd J. C, nro visiting the family of Mr. T. B. Bell, of Pleasant Mrs. Oma L. Turner and daughter. Ridge. Miss Kathleen, went to Elizabeth- town, yesterday. The wheat harvest is now over, nnd probably tho finest crop of wheat This is road working day, and wo over grown In the county is in 'the hop9 ,to see a thousand men working shock. tho road between Green Special One Day Fair OHIO COUNTY FAIR GROUNDS HARTPORD,KY. JULY Republican ...JU.VK 21 War Savings Stamps save lives. Mr. James Yorlr, of Schroaders school house, was in town Monday. Itiver church 4th, 1918. E. K. II. TIME TABLE. 8:06 a. m. outb Bound, No. 115 Dae at Hartford.,... North Bound, No. 114 Due at Hartford 8.46 p. m. (Both "Mixed" Tralni.) I Personal News and Social Euents. : Hay for Salo. Mo U. S. Carson. for the ono day's big fair July 4th. Mr. It. U. Martin was in Cromwell Wednesday. , Eastman Kodaks and Films, nt J. 48t4 B. Tappnn's DOtf Whlppoorwill Pens $2.75 per hu. W. E. ELLIS & BItO. " at Mr. John M. Bishop, of Centertown. was in Hartford Monday. Mrs. E. O. Barrass was in the first of tho week. Mr. Watt Taylor, of Matanzas, was among our visitors Tuesday. You can at least ho in tho second lino of dofonso bo a war saver. Mrs. Olio Barnctt has' been sick for some tlmo, of stomach trouble. " 1, was a Mr. William Potts, of Olaton, Route caller at this olllco Monday. Tho big thrift stam'p drive will start Monday. Get ready to fall In lino. Miss Helen Kenfrow, of Livermoro, Is visiting her aunt, Mrs. 8. J. Mrs. J. A Bennett is visiting her term. daughtor, Mrs. J. B. Foster, nt and Pleasant Ridge. Mr. Ernest Itowe nljtcr visiting refriends at Kronos for several days Mrs. Mary C Erahry and Mrs. J. J. turned to his homo at Owensboro Jarnagln and three daughters, of Mr. W. P. Brown and family, of Monday. Cromwell, visited tho family of R. Ceralvo, have moved to Arkansas. B. Martin Wednesday. Mrs. W. A. Casebler has gono to Mr. I. S. Mason, the Insurance man, Herrln, 111., where Bhe will spend Mrs. John X. Taylor, of Earling-to- n, was In town tho first of tho week. some time with her son, Mr. Forest Mrs. J. C. Gentry, of Livermoro Casebler. and Mrs. J. N. Martin, of Cromwell, Where is tho big fair July 4th? are guests of P.. B. Martin and family. At the Ohio County Fair Grounds of MI&s Daisy Woddlng, daughter of course. Judge It. It. Wedding, who has been 2 FOE SALE 1000 second-hanteaching at Fnirmount, W. Va., came bushel wheat sacks. 20 cents each, Mr. W. T. Bean, of Dundee, was the home Tuesday. for cash only, while they last. guest of his sister, Airs. J. II. Thomas, HARTFORD MILL CO. Monday. Miss Maggie May, of Olaton, has 51t2. gono to Chatham, HI., where she will County attorney A. D. Kirk was Mrs. W. E. Ellis Is visiting her spend tho summer with her sister, confined to his room at tho Commerbrother, Mr. W. H. Itilcy at Union Mrs. E. W. Moxley. cial Hotel, a day or two tho first of City, Tcnn. tho week with somo affection of tho McJudge J. E. Foglo and son, stomach. and Mrs. Itussoll Walker are Dowell, have returned from a trip to Itev. spending tho week visiting friends In Indianapolis, Indiana, and to points Dr. J. A. Duff ana family and Mr. in central Kentucky. Cloverport. Ellis Mitchell and family, of Dundee, I Mrs. Ney Foster and bahy, of camo to Hartford Monday to see Ger- - j Buy a good hammock nt a bargain now nt OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO., EInine, Ark., who havo been visiting ard's Four Years In .Germany at tho DOtf relatives horo for tho past two weeks Star Theater. Incorporated. left for homo Wednesday. Rev. L. D. Harrel, of Canoyvllle, Commonwealth's Attorney C. E. a po- preached at tho Presbyterian church Miss Edith Duke, who holds Smith was In Greenville on legal sition in ono of tho departments at hero Sunday evening. This was - the business Saturday. Washington, is visiting relatives first service held at that church- for soveral years. Miss Maudo Miller, of Olatou, re- in tho county this week. 'visit with turned Monday from a ' Mrs. H. E. MIschko and children of Miss Margaret Williamson, friends in Owcnsboro. Wysox, has accepted a position as returned tho first of this week from Mr. and Mrs. Llge Hoover, of Ola- instructor in tho Hartford High an extended visit to Mrs. Mlschko's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Smith, of ton, spent n few days' in Louisville school, for tho next term. Mt. Vernon, nd. tho first of tho week. W. S. Gaines and son. Custer, of Mr. nnd Mrs. R. D. Head and child Mr. Clarenco Baker and family, of Fordsvillo, were horo Wednesday. wns before the ren, of Owensboro, and Mm. C. L. Horrln, 111., aro visiting rolatlves nt Young Mr. Gaines Williams nnd son, of Chicago, wero local draft board for examination. Cool Springs this week. tho wook end guests of Mrs. T. S. ' Stovo Qrlgsby, who is in tho me Marks and family. Mrs. Yeruon Crowdor, of Horse 111 In tho City chanical department of Undo Sam's Branch, is seriously Miss Genova Taylor, of Beaver service, at Indianapolis, Ind came Hospital at Owensboro. Friday, on a four day furlow. Dam, has Just finished a collegiate homo course at Peora, 111., and returned Iter, and Mrs. D. W. WInfreo, of Attorney C. E. home. Miss Taylor, will teach in tho Owens-- : Commonwealth's Fordsvillo, visited friends in Smith will go to Owensboro Wednes Chattanooga, Tonn.-- High school this boro the first of tho week. day to attend to somo criminal prose- fall. Certainly, we'ro all going to tho cutions specially docketed for that Miss Emma Park, who went to one day special fair at the Ohio Coun- date. Owensboro somo tlmo ago for treat ty Fair Grounds, July 4th. Cecil T. Felix, who is employed by ment by a specialist for some trouble Miss Bello Walker, of Morgantown, the C. & O nnd T. P. nallwuy Co., with a ligament of tho lower limb, is has been employed to teach In Hart- at Tatesvllle, Ky., spent Sunday and very much improved, and will soon ford High school for tho next school Monday hero with his mother and bo able to walk again. d, ( J JUNG PROGRAM. Class 1 Best Jack, any age, $10.00. Class 2 Jersey Cattle. Best Cow, any age, (Premium by Acton Bros.) $8.00. Class 3 Hereford, Cattle. Best Cow, any age, (premium hy Hartford Bottling Works, J. 1L Hoover, Prop.) $8.00. Class 4 Saddle Horses. Best Saddle Stallion, mare or gelding, any age $15.00. Class 5 Harness Horses. Best Harness Stallion, mare or gelding, any age, $15.00. Class C Ladles'ltldlng Ring, $5.00. Boys' Riding Jting, $4.00. Class 7 Mules. Best suckling mule colt, $10.00; $7.50 to first, $2.50 second. (Premium by Hub Clothing Co.). Class 8 Best suckling colt, sired by Rexy's Chief, $12.00; $8.00 to first, $4.00 to second. (Premium by Black & Blrk-hen- d, owners.) Class 9 Best couple in cako walk, $10.00; $7.50 to first, $2.50 to second. Stock sales will be held at 12:30. SPEED PROGRAM. Mule Race, mile dash, two in three, $8.00. 2:30 Trot or Pace, mile heat3, 3 best in 5, $100.00. dash, 2 best in 3, $75.00. dash, 2 lest In 3, $100.00. -'4-M- i The Famous Owensboro Band Has Been Procured to Furnish Music for the Occasion. POULTRY WANTED! Hens 21c, Cox 13c, Chix 28c. Subject to Change of Market. Watch These Columns Our prices will appear each week. We buy poultry every day. sister. Itov. Itlley McKlnloy, formerly a wellknown Christian preacher of tho Magan country, but more recently of Texas, Is visiting in tho county this week. of Rov. Virgil Elgin nnd Mrs. "Willlo Igloheart will practlco singMisses Mattyo and Nora Helsloy, of ing nt this place Wednesday night." Midway Cor. Hartford Herald. Paducah, aro visiting their parents, Everybody should turn out to bear and Mrs. D. It. Helsley, near Mr. Willlo practlco. Ceralvo. Elgin,! Eddyvllle, and their daughter, Miss DAVIDSON -- SEAY- ADAMS CO. Mllrded, who has been In San Antonio, Texas, for somo tlmo past, will arrive horo Tuesday to visit Rov. Elgin's son, V, C. Elgin and family. W. E. ELLIS & BRO, Managers. License Xo. wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm ho no pence," writCR n from Stettin nnd disgust with tho methods of tho is n HOTEL London, (British Admiralty per strong noto In lettors from nil parts DOWN EACH OTHER Press). Private- letters of tho country. Wireless from Germany which hnvo come into (tilled hands indicate tho heavy weight which tho war has imposed British Lend Aid When FOR FLETCHER'S upon tho country. Anxiety for peace 12 German Craft finds frequent expression as well ns Mix Up. nngcr with tho militarist clement in tho nation. IELofamerican "Wo hopo that peace will come LMIOATS SIIOCLD NOT HE TAKEN SHIUOUSIiY soon," writes n man from Berlin, 'In a city where good hotels With Tho British Army In France, bound, the Powhatan heads the "for if tho war lasts much longer This Is tho story of a bat-tl- o Juno 11. Int.. then tho people hero will mnko peace. London, Juno IB. Germnn subIt U first In the hea.ru of It royal wngctl In tho nlr between countrymen. Two times already thcro havo been marine nctlvlty off tho Atlantic coast two flights of Germnn planes. It was small riots, but when tho third comes of the United States should not bo nn unintentional but disastrous flight, It won't go woll with tho rich people. taken very sorlously, ns tho Germans between brother nvlators, during For tho poor thero is so llttlo food probably will not attempt n hlockadu which British pilots Joyfully and that they can hardly live, whilo the of tho American shores. This Is tho rendered nsslstnnce, first to WM&Ba '$ rich havo stores laid up for years. opinion of Vico Admiral Sir Rosslyn the ono sldo, then to theothcr, until Poor pcoplo nro only fit to bo shot. Womyss, first sea lord of tho British bo many of tho emperor's flyers had Tho men in tho field suffer for tho ndmirallty. Tho admiral belloves that been destroyed or damaged that tho The TowTiatan n refineJ, exrich nnd wo havo to go hnungry." thcro Is only ono submnrino operating conflict could not continue. ecutive, anil restful. Its excelAlong tho samo lines a man from off tho American const and that tho It was on Juno 5 that this extraorlent location on Pennsylvania Avenue, 18th ami II Streets, engagement occurred, and It purposo of its trip across tho Atlantic Central Germnny writes: dinary makes it a itesiraMr lieadquar-let- s "If the rich had nothing to eat, as was to frighten tho Americans. lor bridal couples, touiist began thus: patties, conventions. Schools and wo poor people have, tho war would Germnn ruthlcssncss nt sea, tho Two British offlccrs In a fighting lollcgcs. , soon como to nn end." The Powhatan " attracts the first sea lord declared, must bo met machine were leading a patrol along ol culture and education. reople Many of tho letters return again by centralized warfare in tho North tho lines? when they sighted n Gerto State, War ami Navy Departments, also to man? which, and again to attack on tho militar- Sea near tho Mediterranean. Admiral man Hnlberstadt of points historical interest. ists nnd tho Junkers of Germany, who Womyss paid tribute to tho upon their appearance, fired a green maVcs this hotel es;tcially atextractive to a iliscnr.mating pubnro held responsible for tho contin. signal light. Tho British leaders of the American naval forces In lic. uation of tho war and consequent European waters. He said tho Ameripected a trap and waited to se3 what The Powhatan often rooms Stomach. Sour with detached bath at $1.50. misery of tho people. can ships not only wero stationed in this unusual performance meant. $2.00 and up. Rooms with priThis is a mild form of indigestion. vate bath. $2.50. 1.00 and up. "As long as the militarists insist tho north, but wero also operating In In a short time six Germnn ciouts It is usually brought on by eating too Write (or booklet with map, came wheeling out of the blue and rapidly or too much, or of food not 'tho Fatherland must bo greater, tho Mediterranean and off Gibraltar. CLIFFORD It. LLWIS. Almost at Halbersadt. Joined the Jdanaccr. suited to your digestive organs. If once six other enemy scouts dived out you will eat slowly, masticate your sun onto their comrades whom of the Ill food thoroughly, eat but little meat yM)iu I . they aparcntly mistook for a British and none at all for supper, you will to attack the Halbe patrol about more than likely avoid tho sour stomBtadt. CIRCUIT COURT. IIOCKI'OIIT. ach without taking any mcdiclno I'ltch Ilnttle Ensue. whatover. When you have sour Judge R. W. Slack, Owensboro. Ch'm'n. Board Jnmes Wilson. THE What had happened was this: The stomach take ono of Chamberlain's Clerk Rushing Hunt. SEWINO m Com'th. Attorney C. E. Smith, Harthad been acting as a de- Tablets to aid digestion. Halberstadt Police Judge John T. Jackson. MACHiNK ford. coy, and tho green light had been Marshal Will Langford. OP COMMISSIONS. as a signal for assastance. But meant Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. SIGNS 10,000 QUALITY, BEAVER DAM. there had been no expectation that Otto C. MarMaster Commissioner Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKenney, (Washington Post.) two flights of German planes would tin, Hartford. Clerk R. W. King. respond at the samo time. Newton D. Baker Secretary of War, NOT Police Judge J. W. Cooper. Not being able to distinguish the admitted yesterday that ho had es- Trustee Jury Fund Cal P. Keown, SOLD Hartford. Marshal R. F. Stevens. markings of their friends and this tablished a war record of his own. UN,DER ANY has happened not infrequently before Whilo in New York Friday ho signed 1st Monday in March 12 days FOKDSVIMiK. . OTHER tho newcomers immediately began 10,000 army commissions in ono hour Com'th. and Civil. Ch'm'n. Board W. R. Jones. NAME. a furious attack upon them. Tho Brit- and eighteen minutes. The commis- 1st Monday In May 12 dayi Civil. Clerk Olla Cobb. ish leaders then guided their patrol sions wero issued before the appointPolice Judge C. P. Kesslnger. Monday In July 12 days WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. into this mad melee and took a hand. ment of Assistant Secrearies of War 1st Marshal Grant Pollard. Com'th. and Civil. The Halberstadt was the first vic- to relieve Mr. Baker of this burden. If you ptirclmie tlioXKW HOM'i: you will have n life asset nt tho price you pay, and will 12 days tim and was shot down b ythe BritTho record probably stands in point 3d Monday In September cot have an end loss chain of repairs. Civil. ish commanding machines. Another of speed, but MaJ. Gen. McCain, the OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR. fighter In the meantlmo had Adjutant General of the army still 4th Monday in November--- ! 2 days British County Hoard of Education. Quality accounted for two more enemy scouts, leads in point of quantity, Ho recentCom'th. and Civil. whirling to destruc- ly signed 70,000 commissions in n E. S. Howard, S. S O. C. Considered which were sent DIv. No. 1 J. M. Hoover, Hart- , COUNTY COURT. tion below. day, making use of tho same single It U the ford, Ky. AH this time tho German aircraft mechanical contrivance that Mr. BaCheapest Meets first Monday in each month. Dlv. No. W. Duff, Fordsville. tfef continuing their bitter battle ker used which reproduced twenty Ky. Judge Mack Cook. In the end among themselves, and seven?! of signatures at a time. DIv. No. 3 II. L. Carter, Narrows, -. County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. th.ein Sv6ro seen lo go (iflWD out of to buy. Ky. Clerk W. C. Blankenshlp. FORI) PRESIDENT. control before tho engagement finally DIv. No 4 Robert Goff, Rosine, If you wnntnEcwltiK machine, wrlto for, Sheriff S. A. Bratcher. ended. The British loaders, by their t . oor Intent rotaloguo before you purchase. Ky. Superintendent E. S. Howard. led the Huns into good Judgment, had Definite anMich. Lancing, Dlv. No. 5 Otis II. Stevens, Beav The New Home Seviins Machine Co., Orange, Mass." Jailer Worth Tichenor. their own trap. nouncement from Henry Ford that he er Dam, Ky. Assessor D. E. Ward. Forty. SI lMnnes Flfilit will be a candidato for tho RepubliDiv. No. C Nat Lindley, Center-towC. S. Moxley. Surveyor This undoubtedly was a unique can nomination for United States SenKy. Coroner Dr. A. B. Riley. always plenty but there are ator is expected soon. Time of Meeting 1st Monday In Inthrilling Incidents happening In tho of That, at least, is the word the FISCAL COURT. February; let Monday In April; 1st air these days. Take for Instance the sider at tho cauital has received Meets Tuesday after first Monday Monday In June; 1st Monday in Aua British patrol of about eight Not only that, but the capital also case of gust; 1st Monday in October; 1st in January, April and October. battle planes which fought and van- hears that the Senatorship, in the some forty enemy craft a few plans of tho motor car king, Is to be 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, Monday in December. quished 11 County Board of Examiners E. S Route 3. day ago. This British patrol, under but a stepping stone. He Intends, it Bear- Howard, Mrs. I. S. Mason, Mrs. O. W. Sam L. Stevens, command of a captain, was escorting is asserted, to servo In tho Senato 2nd District Duff. er Dam. a bombing squadron when two scores less than a year and then become the Jan. 25 and 2G Common School were encountered. candidato of the Republican party for 3rd District Q. B. Brown, Simmons. enemy machines 4th District G. W. Rowe, Center-tow- n. Diploma Examination. The British fighters and the enemy the Presidency, either against Wood-ro- w May 10 and 11 Common School immdiately raced In for the attack. Wilson or against whoever the Daugherty.Baize-towDiploma Examination. Within a few seconds a fierce fight Democratic party puts forward as the 5th District W. C. May 17 and 18 County Teachers' was in process and tho great fleet of successor to the present holder. Examination (white). 0th District W. S. Dean, Dundee. nearly half a hundred airships were This may bo startling news, and it GUARANTEED SEKVICH May 24 and 25 County Teachers' B. F. Rice, Fordsville. swirling and diving madly against one may be wide of the mark. But those 7th District One hundrdd per cent B. C. Rhoades, Hart Examination (colored). another while their machino guns who assume to know something about 8th District ralne. Special work for W. Juno 22 and 23 County nnd State ford, Route 5. Joined in the vicious chorus that tho political aspirations of Mr. Ford O. W. Teachers' Examination (white). swept down to tho troops on tho don't hesitate to say they havo it on HARTFORD. W. T. STEVENS, June 28 nnd 29 County and State scores of ground like the noise from the highest authority that such is the Hartford, Ky. X. T. D. 7. Mayor J. E. Bean. Teachers' Examination (colored). steam triphammers. plan. In fact, people who havo talked Representing Continental Sopt. 20 and 21 County and State Clerk J. A. Howard. and to Mr. Ford within the last three Tho British outmaneuvered Marble & Granite Co. Teachers' Examination (white). Polico Judge C. M. Crowe. outfought the enemy, and many of weeks, or since tho newspapers first Sept. 27 and 28 County and State E. P. Casebler. Marshal spinning published tho Germans were sent tho fact that he might run away. Whether they were merely for tho Senate, admit that in converfrightened or whether out of control, sation he has talked most about tho tl was Impossible to say, but at tho Presidency. And ho has told all that conclusion of the fight four German he will answer tho Senatorship probmachines lay in crumpled masses on lem before very long. . tho earth, and another had gouo down 'a in flames. MV i ' .isHsV HUN PLANES ERR; two-seate- r, ono can build roads hut tho consensus of opinion nmong men Informed concerning roads, Is that it requires training nnd years of experience for any man to know how to build and maintain roads economically. Tho less money n county may have to spend on tho roads tho greater tho need for a competent man so that every dollnr is expended in n wny that will do tho most good, nnd nt this timo particularly wo need tho most efficient men so that tho rond system of tho various counties can bo maintained In the highest degrco nt tho minimum of expenso and it certainly requires experienced men for that work. Tho law says that a man to bo a county road engineer "SHALL BE EITHBIl A REPUTABLE CIVIL ENGINEER OU A MAN WHO HAS HAD PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE AS A ROAD SUPERVISOR OR BUILDER FOR TWO YEARS AND WHO SHALL HAVE TASSED A CREDITI-ABL- E THE EXAMINATION BY STATE COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC ROADS OH ONE OF HIS REPRESENTATIVES." Any court that appoints a man that docs not possess tho abovo qualifications does so contrary to law. IHCII IX GERMANY ARE HOARDING FOOD thcro will wo-m- au pan-acrma- WILL YOU TAKE OUR - GERMINAL REMEDY A r- Children Cry R Trealmcnl CASTO 'A &Z2iS D.C. mfcaEMmiBi MWw for WEAKLUNGS or CONSUMPTION A nulck reliel for tint tired, run down fectinc. ' coughs, palna In chest, nlthl sweats. Iirmor- thacrs, weak lime or consumption, ii n coee. no) help you II cosla you nothing. FOR ONE MONTH c OHIO MEDICAL CO, SKiKW? rs&ar ::n"!' DR. J. H. THORPE E1E, EAR, THROAT, NOSE Ami Fitting of Glasses Masonic OWliNSBORO. KY. Toinplu -- s &j&L, WKzafczm TRADE-MAnKR . mmmi tv all eountrln, vr liu rromrtlT oMalnfJ In itltAln tm on ikx that rut, irmiJMiii..roiiiy1t HKntr, And'ielp J jil tu tureen, irojf t. .hutuor iMlcti R PATtNTS our BO3-B0- iinibiniy. 10 years' rracttor. SUR PASSING RIFE' ENCC3. For fre Uulda on ITonii,l I 'menu wtlt.u, for FREE rmrt Snvrnth u. Ci "onirm lun, Etroot, -- D RjE C T O R Y !JHilt)lM'Hii " .r -- -. 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Our iurrltm (V)rrproailenu are comUntly on the watch for thine new and lnteroaUng and it 1 The thep Net Department (20 race contain way 4 tor lLr Practical Iltnta for hbop ork and layman io ao ininira arnunu ine noma Amateur Meehanlce (17 for the Hoja nnd (.tiriiwPOiiKeiomakothinAxtbiitnowtoniakenir teaa and lelesraph Outfit, Knainwa, ltoata, ttaow uw msi 114 vrvrnj. t f us iiai'ii u, rw iructlona (or t ne Mcbailc Camper and bportiman Written So You Can Understand It laf) Orer u frtMW POPULAR MECHANICS MAGAZINE ne MKNgaii Aveaue chiuaqo ri wan tsMlr samel ymf cepjr wiu tk pWIaj. r Uf4 trmvvnui aenv on requeav. ainuLa aii ci V KILLthe COUGH o State of Ohio. City of Toledo, Lucas County, ss. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business In tho City of Toledo, County ami State aforesaid, and that said Arm will pay the sum of ONC HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot bo CASTOR. A For Infants and Children Cash Bargain Offer The Hartford Republican AND THE MEMPHIS WEEKLY ! Get on the Firing CURE the LUNCS K with Dr. King's New FOR In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears the Signature of AND ALL THROAT AND LUNQ THOUBLGS. CSS Dissvsry U13 it 1.00. Mai nettle Free rmen cured by tho use of HALL'S CATARRH FRANK J. CHENEY. MEDICINE. Sworn to before me and subscribed In my presence, this Ctli day of December, A. V. GLEASON, A. D. 1588. Notary Public. (Seal) Hall's Catarrh Medicine Is taken and acts throuKh the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the System. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by all druggists, 75c. Hall's Family l'llls for constipation. COUNTY JIO.U) ENGINEERS. mzfa A TOAST. wind-swe- "Wf-jBBm. QUARANT13ED BATXSFAOXOKY OR MONEY 11EFUNDED. Commercial-Appej al 71 - to succeed TT roa want vin.t Irnm. tlf vbii what Is new In buslneu aad tadsav Oct Hero's to tho Bluo of tho north, When wo meet on tho fields of i France! May the spirit of Grant bo with you all, I As the sons of the North advance! I BOTH ONE YEAR FOR oatoftharutlfctentatsUuif ate. Rati O PROCUnr.DANDDCrCNDCD.,8f'l''. . Ituw tu vtUin uU'nu, trvJa Lu.Aa, I t nt I coprrUrht. tta, m COUNTRIES. Hiuliun itirttl villi llmilMflon taut tmt.l monry an J cjun ittfaitm. .rtk-u- . i , -.- i ", rtv etwvlnl arrangements,, we are enabled to furnish these two .-(By Hodman Wiley, Commissioner d ' papers at this low rate ior a umiieu time, Department of Public Roads, Frank-- ! Hero's to the Gray of tho Is a largo and one of tho very best pa- South, The Commercial-Appea- l fort, Ky.) pcrs published In the Soutii. Cash must In all cases accompany It is belloved that ono of tho most Whon wo meet on tho fields of France! each order. This rate Is applicable to renewals and new subscrib important positions in any county is t ers alike. that of tho olllco of County Road en- May tho spirit of Leo be with you all, gineer. In tho first place-- pructically As tho bons of tho South advance! fifty por cent, and dometiines more, of all taxes collected for county pur- Hero's to tho Bluo nnd tho Groy as ' SEND YOUR ORDER TO one, poses is expended on the roads and tho peoplo should bo Interested in tho Whon wo meet on tho fields of j Franco! man solectod for tho position of Coun- JMay tho spirit of,God bo with ui all,' ty Road Engineer. ' A great many uieu think that any- - As tho sons of the flag advance! sun-kisse- $1.25 Popular Science fa nod tatarwtlnr mojwri Uaa Monthly and QMfal BtcmsjM, aad worm, avarr aauua 300 PictWM 300 Articls til tec.torr 'Ueanta, All tt ore Idsaa ,tad m Innnuona la laeirieur aaa wmi aad utaaaUVM and ! MropUnta, la iWvtrk In amain, anf ftaahlnarr.m. v, "- ill klrt "Hani and iMMngemtnt Practlca txciutiveiy. r to or euiua tuuiM tutth Rtntt, swr Oalu4 SUUs TU Calca, WtSWNQTON, O. C. I f HOTtenab.OlnnatkMM. MMMmrr nonltir aasttaa, saoot, Including runurarat smwawiiis mavm ASBMXBnsseasttK Copy 11.60 Yaar II CaaU 0t It froM a tooW Selene rtU-- 4 Ur atatw nuu. vvu Utsthlr, trmCV TMMaesflrwlasla.sHaaa aa4 asiasJsai taat ttr i&Jrnl At, to N.Y. I D OSITION H QOOD THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. Call ob The Republic for Fine If you take tba Drnugbon Training, tber trnlnlni; tbat butiiiost men ImlurMv Voa can tuko It at cotrye or ; matt. WrIUi (uild u JJim'UU0.'S l'UALTICAIi )H'SLXS tOLLtOU ralucsb.Kjr, a Secured or Your Monoy Daclc j WEST POINT TO BE by tho defenso beyond tho statoment that the men woro of a faith objecting to iihyslcal force. Nono of tho defendARTILLERY CENTER ants offered any explanations of their fnlluro to obey tho command to put on uniforms. AVKAlt WOODEX 10,000 Men Soon To Be Biggest Heading SHOES In Training Near Ky. Town. (Ily Mnurlco Dunn.) Tho cntlro 159th Field Artillery division, llrlgado of tho Eighty-fourt- h now at Camp Zachary Taylor, Is to movo to tho Field Artllley rango nt West Point. This will mean tho 325th, 32Cth nnd 327th Field Artillery will go Into camp thoro to stay nnd com-plotheir training until thoy aro ordered to Franco. Twenty-seve- n hundred drafted men ospeclally selected for nrtlllory qualifications aro being transferred to tho y from tho thrco regiments 159th Depot llrlgado. This will bring tho brlgado to war strength of 10,-0men and offlcora. At present thoro is nt the Field Artlllory range at West Point tho 327th Field Artillery, nnd a battalion of tho 326th Field Artillery. Another battalion of tho 32Gth Is duo to march to tho range. Within a week tho rest of tho regiment and tho 325th aro expected to leave for tho rango, Muny carloads of tents and field equipment aro being unloaded at West Point, and engineers are busily engaged building sewers and draining facilities preparing to tako caro of a largo number of men. Tho camps of tho 325th and 326th regiments will bo located Just west of tho present camp of tho 327th. Twenty-seve- n carloads of guns have arrived at the camp and range for Instant use. Thoy are of the French "75" type and tho larger British typo of heavy field gun. They will be used In heavy barrage and Indirect fifing on tho range. Classes of artillery students from many other camps nro expected to arrive in Camp Zachary Taylor in the next ten days to attend the Schools of Flro nt West Point, which will be greatly enlarged now, as the range has been officially designated by the War Department as an artillery firing center. An artillery center is used by various regiments of areillery, for actual firing, smoke and bomb practice, observations, and a largo school of fire, In which hundreds of students will be taught. Tho rango now at West Point square miles and covers twenty-si- x runs seven miles deep and six miles wide. Engineers havo been leasing land west of tho present site of tho 327th Field Artillery to make room for tho largo number of artillerymen due to arrive there. In saying that a largo number of men aro to arrive at West Point it is not meant that 40,000 aro to be mobilized there, but a number near 10,000 or 15,000 Is more like tho true facts. to to-da00 TO HELP .WHIP KAISEH St. Louis, Juno 8. "Wear wooden shoes to win tho war." Arthur C. Haynor, vlco president of a local distilling company In this city, sas that Is ono way to help tho cause and to provo his sincerity ho goes to Value for your Family ' ,, . We Set Tire 'Usco ' Tread Standards Why is it that United States Tires are setting new records for mileage ,. - . and serviceability ? Why is it that the sales of these tires are constantly mounting by Icnps and bounds ? The answer is found in the factories where United States Tires are made. his work nnd nttends social functions In wooden footwear. Ho has two pairs of working shoes nnd ono for Sundny and Is enthusiastic not only over their durability but also over their comfort. "Tho government hns asked us to conserve," ho says. "Our soldiers need leather for many things and if we at homo can wear wooden shoes representing a cost of 85 cents a pair think that is a good conservation measure. Tho shoes will last for nlno months ahd aro easy on tho feet and extremely cool." m The YouiKs Companion It brings High In Ideals of home llfennd civic life. lavish In the amount of readlne to alt ages. The ilea for all hands. The Bta from all sources. country." 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Actresses atop of elephants, each (actress) armed with tickets to sell for New York's war thrift festival, will add a spectacular touch to the renewed drlvo for war saving stamps when they apear on Fifth avenue and Broadway. n stago woAmong tho men who will help in the sale of tickets are Julia Arthur, Frances Starr, Lillian Russell, Crystal Hearn, Margaret Anglin, Florence Nash, Minnie Dupreo, Bijou Fernandez, Mrs Shelly Hull and Mrs. Elizabeth Tyree Met-cal- f. well-know- Semd $2.25 to the publishers of the paper In which this Offer appears and 1. 1HL TUUIH'5 COMPANION for 52 weeks. FOR liuuuiicru luncur I own s uorapsiuon lUDSCTiDert only I rt " 0 ft.iD get OEf (ALL 2. The Companion Home Calendar for 1918. 3. McCALL'S MAGAZINE every month fori year. ' tna voctn'a Cowamoh, doston. MASSACHUSETTS UHlVERSmr ; Standards of construction for these tires arc higher than ever before known in the tire industry. Makers of tire fabrics tell us that the standards wc have given them .for United States Tire fabrics are higher than any previously known. Likewise through every process of construction from crude rubber to finished tires wc have set new and higher standards everywhere. These standards work out on your cir in the practical economy des. manded by United States Tires will raise.any car to higher efficiency. There is a type to suit every condition of service. The nearest United States Sales and Service Depot dealer will cheerfully aid in selecting right tires for your requirements. war-time- LEXIHGTDH, KY., BUSINESS 7 Wiuir R. SaU BuIku blkti Business, Short Hand, Type Wrltlno and Telearaphr I be tni Swxraor joant (nutcait position. Diploma twarded Special CoarneforGoT-ernme- nt IZmplormcnt. ThocftAtidn nt mnvrf nl grodnatra. Hog In anytime DEPARTMENT Foil IMJlns.tmrlerthe irar.fr. rlalon of a Liu I r Principal. J0O ladle attending this Session. Gasd BsiriLf homos. 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Health About Gone Many women thousands of suffering from womanly trouble, have been benefited by the use of Cardul, the woman's tonic, according to letters wc receive, similar to this one from Mrs. Z. V. Spell,. cfHayne.N.C. "I could not stand on my feet, and just suffered terribly,"" she says. "As my suffering was so greali and he had tried other remehad U3 dies, Dr. I began get Cardul. . improving, and it cured me. I know, and my IX 1018. Incorporated OWEN8BORO, K. j, - Practically a Dally at the Price of a Weekly. No other; Newspaper In tho world gives so much at so low a price. The value and need of a newspaper In tho household was never greater than at the present time. We have been forced to enter the great world war, and a large army of ours Is In France. You will want to have all the news from our troop3 on European battlefields, and 1918 promises to bo tho most momentous year in tho history of our universe. Petro-Ment- No r llght. 'Ozzles,' Imperials, West Indi1)0 THKY HAVK ItKLlGIO.V IX TIIK TIIHXCIIKS? ans began to drop in at tho hut door. Ho was playing mainly tho Kentucky, "Four 'rookies' nowly onllstcil, Tennessee, Dixie and Suwaneo river melodies of woro lined up outside tlio plain brick ditties and such-U&- e barrack room," writes O. II. D. In ft home. Men kcopt creeping in stealthiletter home, published In tho London ly like associates of some secret union, and soon the room was full. Dally Mull. " 'Ko1IkIoii7' A brisk old sergeant ;Tho men sang to tho piano's leading shot tho query at mo from tho office with deep passion. "I was profoundly moved. I knew window. " 'Protestant,' I mumbled uncer- that In a hundred such rooms nlong tho front khaki exiles were chanting tainly, "Tho tlrst Sunday at tho training songs made sacred because tho deal Camp tho Borgeant was forming with homo and homolands over seas. parties to march to church or chapel. 'This is tho soldier's religion,' I thought 'Home!' They talk, dream, 1 hesitated. think every hour about, it; thoy aro " 'What arc you?' genuinely themselves on this topic " 'Congregational. ' nlono. Thoy worship It. " 'You go with tho Methodists. You "Khaki has conventions of Its own. noxt man a Ilaptlst? You do tho Tho codo tits tho environment.lt is: snnio. What is your lot?" " 'Presbyterians,' replied ono of a Ho free with your coin and chnttols. n eyo to a pal's shortcomillo of Scotsman who woro fading Turn blind ings. Tho tnll talker, tho 'windy' ono rearward. "As thoro was no church handy ap- tho man who sees doublo of a night, proximating to this . denomination, and freely forgiven. Moral transgressions aro overlooked. Hut to bo mean,' this movo was checkmato. to fawn on superiors for favors, to " 'All right. You flvo dismiss.' "Tho foltowing Sunday tho Scottish abuse tho powor of one's rank aro sins. sect had trebled Its adhoronts. So "What can bo moro truly rollglous thoy woro put on fatigues for tho afternoon, which had tho offect of than tho real Christian comradeship shirking noxt Sabbath's ProBbytor-iun- s existing between man and man under tho stress and hardship of the lino?" to two. con "You think this is cynical? It voys correctly tho averago army atti- UXITK1) STATICS ARMY WAHKHOUSKS 1IU1JX tude. Listen. "Every night that wo four recruits St. Louis, Mo Juno 2. Flro short"knlpped' togothor, our Jolllest member, kncollng at tho bodsldo, would ly botoro midnight destroyed wareask for quiet, quickly conceded, while houses No. 23 and 24 at tho United States arsenal hero with a loss of ho prayed. "You will say, 'Typical of tho genu- army equipment vuluod at maro than ine piety often hidden under a ? 3,000,000. Officials of tho quartermaster department said that moro Jesturo's mask.' "Not so. I havo mot no other sol- - than 15,000,000 yards of khaki cloth dior who did it. And only ono soldier, for army uniforms had been in addition to 15,000 soldier In ray hearing, has discussed religion a splondld . servlco hats. Numerous othor warethoroughly. Ho was Irish, fellow, and I took him for a uatnouc, houses aro In tho path of tho flro which at an early hour was not under which ho was not. "Is tho army, then; Irreligious? cohtrol Tho fire was declared to bo undor Listen again. tho vacant rocreatlon hut of a control at 12:30 o'clock. Loss was "In village behind tho lines an Anznc confined to the two warehouses and started playing tho piano by caudlo- - their contents. I ( WHEAT FOOD PIUCE CONTROL VINDICATED As tho truo proportion of last year's wheat crop in this country began to bo aparent toward tho close of last summer, tho most optimistic estimates of supplies aVallablo for export to our allies did not exceed 30,000,- 000 to 40,000,000 bushels, but so woll has tho matter of conservation of supplies nnd of substitutes been bandied that now, with returns of ten months' exports of wheat and flour available wo find that tho country actually shlped 110,000,000 bush- case may be Petro-Ment- a will bring relief. A trial will convince you. For safe by Ohio County Drug Co. Price 26c. a Relives Piles matter how stubborn the ' USE LI V-VER-- other newspaper at so small a prico will furnish such prompt and accurate news of theso No world-shakin- For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. Peel right all tho time. Don't lay of! from work for days by taking calomo when pleasant Uo- - Ver-La- x keeps yop on your feet, whilorcliovingyour trouble. Safer too, and easy to take. Don! tako anything else. You can't nffori it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses sy tem and relieves constipation. A nafc. ural remedy, natural in ita actions, surd in its cfTcct and certain in results. I completely displace calomel in everi home.i Children can take it freely an with perfect safety. Every bottlo Eruar. anteed. 50c nnd $1 in bottles, Noni genuine without the likeness and sigaiv turo of L, K. Grigsby. For Bale by J a. WILLIAMS. - tUrtfor. Kp We Knock g This speaks worlds for tho character of tho In foregoing whlto bread, and of tho firm yet flexible mastery of tho situation by the Food Doard. Porhnps tho most interesting example of this control Is found in tho fact that tho farm prlco of wheat on May 1 was $2.03, ns against $2.4C a year ago nt tho sumo date, dcsplto tho smallest stocks of wheat and flour in dealer's hands In tho memory of man. els. COXSCIHXTIOUK Amerl-canM'Cop- lo doctor knows, what Cardul did for me, for my nerves and health were' about gone." events. moro. THE It Is not necessary to say TAKE Sjq WORLD'S regular subscription prio is only $1.-0- 0 per year, and this pays for ICO papers. Wo offer this unequalled newspaper and Tho Hartford Republican together for ono year for $1.65. THRICE-A-WEEK IB THE REGULAR SUBSCRIPTION PRICE OF THE TWO PAPERS IS $2.00. won't bo long before. Lio- - Vc-'L- ax witi The Woman's Tonic She writes further: ' I am in splendid health . . . can do my work. I feel I owe it to Cardul, for I was in dreadful condition." If you are nervous, rundown and weak, or suffer from headache, backache, etc., every month, try Cardul. Thousands of women praise this medicine for the good it has done them, and many physicians who have used Cardul successfully witli their women patients, for years, endorse this medicine. Think what it means to be in splendid health, Give like Mrs. Spell. Cardul a trial. (iivi'ix -- :. OIUKCTOUS VKAUS IX l'HX the Spots Out of Thing! San Antonio, Tex., Juno 10. Sentences of life Imprisonment were imy upon posed by a court-martiforty-flv- o conscientious objectors who had refused to wear army uniforms. Tho sentenco was reduced to twonty-flv- o years each by Urlg. Gen. J. T. O'Noll, who reviewed tho records. Gen. O'Noll designated Fort Kan., prison as tho place of Tho men will bo sent confinement. Immediately to prison. Tho men nro nearly all from Oklahoma and members of tho Momionlfo faith. Some of tho Monnonltes have rofused to bear arms, but donned tho uniform and accepted work in units. Tho men who woro tried refused to put on tho uniform nnd rofused to work In any capacity connected with tho army. Tho trials woro held Friday and Saturday and no ovldeuco was offered al to-dafyeav-enwort- h, 11125,; 'SattUtt Mf St Siif""'' " Hazelwood Sanatorium For the Treatment of Tuberculosis Maintained by the Louisville for the adequate treatment of tuberculosis in all its stages at las than mt. Hates $12. 50 per eelc.includ-in- g board, medical attention, laundry, etc. High ground commanding extensile tlew. Delightful surroundings. Send for descriptive Dooklet DR. O. O. MILLER fnyalclan In Chart STATION E LOUiaVILl E, KY, . Ladies' and Men's Garments French Dry Cleaned and Preutrf . Superior Manner. Bend la MAT9- - m your Garment Them and CLEANED CUiAN Packages called for and uellrt THE ELTE PRESSING A. Iva Nail, Prop. All Druggists J 72 HARTFORD. KBNTUC Cull on The Republican .i.M.i.mnnr Job Pi Inclnss. foJ DKADS ODDIiY HTItUNG. Qlvo our boys In tho Army nnd Saturday until Monday. Mrs. E. A. Whlto reports that her Navy every fighting chance. Plodgo Slneo tho price of liquor has soared out of sight TInsley nnd mo has decided that water la tho finest drink In tho world. (ny I. D. Clalro.) If tho wicked wero consigned to everlasting fishing nt tho mouth of Grassy TInsley would ho tho mcan- tsl sinner on earth. Tho cost of llvln' Is sky high, but Tho cost of dying Is prohibitive. why worry? I think the government Is bcln run all right 'copt it orter git a miser to hold tho pus strings. If we don't get our airplanes mndo In tlmo to use 'em In tho wnr they will como In handy fer carryin' the malls. I'm agin hnngln' tho German sym pathizers tell we hang all tho profiteers first. Thnt Gerard show cost mo n dollar and ten cents an I didn't see It neither. Tho Madam and the boy said It was worth my money. son, Stoy, Is well and pleased with tho training at tho Great Lakes Navnl School, near Chicago. Mrs. II. V. Morrison spent Wednesday In Owonsboro. Mrs. Lou Ferguson, of Whlto Ilun, Is visiting her brother, Mr. Homor Brntcher and family. Several from hero attended Itov. L. M. Robinson's meeting nt Salem, Thursdny night. Uev. K. L. Mooro, of Beaver Dam, filled his regular appointment hero Sunday for tho Methodist. Miss Emma Napier, of Illinois, is visiting Mrs. Max Iluthart. Mr. O. W. Bond, of niizabcthtown, was in town Tuesday. Mrs. XL B. Crowdcr is on the sick list. A special, one day's fair will bo held at tho grounds of tho Ohio County Fair, Co., Hartford, on July 4th 191S. Rings for the exhibition of horses under saddle and In harness, speed rings and races on the tracks, as well as other attractions. Como, meet your old friends and spend tho day pleasantly. DR. L. B. BEAN.managej m yourself Stamps. to savo to thav utmost of your ability nnd to buy War Savings Xliss Lolla Glenn, formerly n teacher In tho, Hlght school hero will go to Hnrrlsburg, Ark., to nccopt a po- BUY CLOTHES THAT FIGHT FOR YOU! r sition on tho faculty school of that city. of tho High A warrant of nrrcst has been issued for Jnmcs XIagan, of Dundee, for failure to obey an order of tho Board of Health in tho mnttcr of tho caro of an outbuilding. James Lyons, John Glenn and W. from Friday until Sun- - Saturday night fishing at tho mouth of Grassy. They refused to be Interviewed In regard to the catch. S. TInsley spent Raymond Felix, with tho Southern Railway Co., with headquarters at Bulls Gap, Tonn.i will return to his after apondlng a work week hero with his mother and sister. "Twill tnko you all day to see what goes on, at tho special Fair July 4th., so come early, Jt will pay you to bo there. The most entertainment for tho smallest amount of money to be found nnywherc. FORDSVILLE. XIr. A. In XL . Fordsvllle was conductor on the Jailer Worth TIchcnor nnd sltcr, XL II. & E. railroad, but now lives Mrs. John Boll, returned Tuesday cool Palm Beach suit. at Erllngton, came over on n special from n visit to their sister, Miss e Snturday, TIchcnor, at Nashville. Xliss war will run Friday, remained till No, I don't know when the and called on ns many of his numerbe over. And there's a lot of other ous friends as his stay would permit. TIchcnor has been very 111 of nervous trouble. 'things I don't know I don't know Xliss XInlcom Wise, XIary and when they will quit bootlegging in Louise Smith and Mr. Harvy Ford, of Eck Rial can get a sugar and flour Hayti, when Albert Cox will shave this place and Edward Ford, of Hart- allowance for a family of three now. off his whiskers, when Arthur Kirk ford, went to Mammoth Cave last Tho additional allowance was effecwill get married, when Ed Barrass week. tive Sunday. The weo bit of a girl will have a poor show, when a lot of Xlargarct, little daughter of Dr. Hartford's old maids will get marri- and XIrs. Rogers, who has been on a wont cat much, but It comes In handy to camouflage the grocoryman with. ed, when Claude Blankenshlp will three weeks visit to her little friend, miss a Sunday goln' to Beaver Dam XIary O'Flynn, daughter of XIr. and 3 year old, pure FOR SALE-Onor when TInsley wilj go flshin and, XIrs. Rex O'Flynn, of Utlca, returned bred Jersey milch cow and (second) O' a lot of other things I don't know. homo Saturday night. calf. Also one good jersey cow and XIrs. Wallnce, wife of XIr. Will (first) calf. Prices, ? 100.00 and I have my opinion of a feller who Wallace, XL H. & E. brakeman, and $80.00, respectively. go off flshin' while the Gerwould her son, Wilbur, are on a ten days R. I. BARNARD man air operatin off the At- visit to XIrs. Wallace's parents In 50t3 Route 3, Beaver Dam. coast, but on TInsley's account lantic Tennessee. T won't express It. There are several of the aged citiXIrs. Charlie Howard has received zens of the town on the sick list, but a telegram from her son, Otis, who Is June Is. a great month. It is the somewhat improving this week. Some a seaman on tho battle ship, Antimonth of the pretty June weddln's of tho more serious enses being those the bright June roses, the juicy June of J. P. Gllmore and Joe Sapp, in gone, saying he had arrived safely In apples an' the Juny June bugs. New York, after his fourth voyage town, and Tram Boatty, of Askins. to France, and that ho would be home a a Dennis Walker, of the firm of on a furlough the latter part of this Austria's offensive agin the Italians & Walker, was not contented moves slow. The Austrian soldiers month. the valuable services he has been ,wlth aro tired. 'rendering the Red Cross, but Is futher The Ohio county Institute will whe open at apple dnmplln' and tummy aked1en:o"str1a,tinB ,h.'S PatfIoUs' The Hartford August 19. Dr. season Is here, but the flour an' sugar i;iuu ju uiuc sum. uuu uveruus, ne A. J. Kinnaman, of Bowling Green, ! hiked away to the country to help Is scarce. will bo tho Instructor. Dr. Kinnasave the wheat for the boys "over man was tho Instructor of an InstiFightin' like Turks don't mean there." tute here about ten years ago, and Simon Smith, Bethel Shrader, Dr. were well pleased with what it used to. Rogers and Blackmail Davison, vet- the teachers his work. When vou have Backache the liver eran frog hunters, of this place, have op kidneys aro sure to be out of gear. been wielding the gig so accurately XIr. J. H. Tucker, Xline Super Try Sanol, it does wonders for tho that there Is scarcely an hour of the liver, kidneys and bladder. A trial night now a single base voice to he intendent for the Broadway Coal Co., 50c bottle will convince you. Get it heard on either side of that silent at Simmons, was in Hartford on busiat the drug store stream between Barretts Ferry and ness Wednesday. XIr. Tucker has ,, recently assumed the management HORSE MUNCH. Davidson. and operation of the XIcDowell House XIrs. J. R. Fuqua and her sister, of XIrs. N. B. Sargent and little son, Reeds Station, have returned from a In Central City, and will leavo tho Coal Company at an early date. Goodloc, are on an extended visit visit to their mother at Millwood. with relatives at Paducah. XIrs. D. E. Stewart and children, of XIrs. Nannie E. Daniel, or RichMr. Virgil Campbell, who has been Dundee, are visiting XIr. J. W. John- mond, Ind., XIr. and XIrs. Guy Daniel, in a hospital at Paducah for some son. time, is able to be at home. J. Huber Cooper, after spending of Louisville, XIr. and XIrs. Charles Mr. and XIrs. W. O. Reed and child- - six days with his parents, XIr. and Daniel, and little daughter, Hilda, of ren are visiting in Tennessee, Xliss- - Mrs. J. D. Cooper, and seeing his Herrln, III., and XIr. Murray Daniel, lssippi. and Louisiana. many friends again, will return to of Owensboro, aro visiting their sisbro- - Camp Zacharlah Taylor Thursday or ters, XIrs. Travis N. Davis and XIrs. Miss Clara Jane Wilson and ther. Jesse, of Greenville, wero tho Friday. Hubo sure looks a soldior. Ercll Blankenshlp, at Beaver Dam. guests of Mr. C. W. Taylor and family Tho gentlemen who have been here ' Sheriff S. A. Bratcher and .J II. last week. for sometime organizing the stock XIrs. J. R. Jennings is in Louisville company store for tho farmers, which Thomas left yesterday morning for is pioposed here, report they have Louisville with three prisoners In for a few days. Mrs. Carl Perguson Is in Louis- been very successful In procuring charge, two of whom aro army being returned to Camp Tayville to bo near her husband, who is tho necessary stock, and tho business seems to be a sure go. This will lor, and tho other member of tho stationed at Camp Taylor. Mrs. J. S. Bean and son, Leonard surely be a great thing for tho fann- trio, tho truant Ford girl, will bo Thomas, visited in Leltchfleld from ers of tho community. taken on to Grecndalo Reform school at Lexington. Mnt-tlo Fu-qu- Arthur Kirk has a new suit. I don't mean a lawsuit, nor his suitor's suit nor even his long suit, but a nice Howell, who when living Copyright Hart Schaffner& Marx ! : Hart, Schaffner & Marx Clothes Do. It. Buy Underwear that's the Top Notch of Economy t 4C-- Munsing Wear is the Saving Kind! This store provides merchandise all along the line that has the possibilities. Weights and fabrics in harmony saving with the season. Price and quality always on a par. I W$s$s$s$sss V3 ' PHOENIX SILK HOSE ALL COLORS Yes, thero will bo all kinds of show rings for all kinds of stock, to say nothing of riming and harness races galore. There's something on tho board for ovory minute of tho day, so I am going to luy off that day, and take Betsey and all tho children to see everybody else and their children on Indepondonco day at tho Ohio County Fair Grounds. XIrs. John B. Wilson has Just received notice of hor appointment as ono of tho of tho Kentucky Parent-Teache- rs Association. There aro only ton appointed for tho stato, and tho honor Is a worthy ono. XIrs. Wilson has been very active in tho work of tho Association bore, and has built up a splendid organization at Hartford. ts SUMMER MILLINERY SUMMER HOSE SUMMER PARASOLS SUMMER SHOES SUMMER DRESS GOODS SUMMER SHIRTS SUMMER SKIRTS SUMMER WAISTS ' EVERYTHING FOR SUMMER! Buy Your Summer needs NOW, and invest your surplus in War Savings Stamps Help your Government Help yourself to prosperity. $1.50 to $2.00. to victory. Hub Clothing Co. KY,' S HARTFORD, If SGG&WX&&SSQ$GS$G&1 Everybody Is working hard, thoy aro entitled to u big holiday and a rest from their labors on tho one day of all days. For good Americans thoro's no day like tho great Ameri can Independence day, so, on that day lets all meet at tho Ohio County Fair Grounds and have ono big day together, ronew old acquaintances, talk over old times nnd enjoy the lino show rings and watch tho ponlos jump. E. P. Barnes 6 Bro. t BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY.