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LOCAL BOARD BUSY Uft Wattfoxb Utpnbiimvu DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE r PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $ I per Year No 52 AUSTRIA SWAMPED BY ITALIAN ARMY HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1918. events, Tho war week In Europo was productivo of two world-interetho great Italian drlvo of the Austrian army from tho western bank of tho Plavo, in which tho Austrian losses aro estimated nt moro than two hundred thousand men In killed wounded nnd prisoners, and tho speech of the German Foreign Secretary in tho Reichstag, In which tho admission was made that Germany could not win tho war by tho forco of arms, and said Tho overwhelming defeat of the that peaco must como by negotiation. Austrian nrmy may fairly bo expected to destroy tho llttlo spirit remain ing In tho Austrian empire, and It is doubtful If over again an Austrian nrmy will mnko a serious attempt to force Its way Into Italy. Austria Is and starving, and It Is doubtful If the day of Internal revolution can bo much longer staved off by its military rulers. Secretary von Kuchlmann's speech produced a profound sensation In Germany, and It is reported that ho, has tendered his resignation. Von mm Kuehlmnnn's speech Is regarded as a diplomatic breaking of tho news. to DIG ROAD WOHKING. tho German nation to prepare for a humiliating peace. Though not actually starving, as,are tho people of Austria, tho German people aro hun Notwithstanding tho very busy season of tho year thoro was a big gry, and tho German national spirit Is breaking under the strain of the turn out to work tho roads Friday, deferred hour of victory. Western front Inactive. nnd much offcctlvo work was accomplished. Especially that part of tho HELP WANTED. OIL THACE FOUND. road between Hartford and Pleasant HIdgo wns 'materially improved, and A traco of oil was struck on the Our Idea of a local newspaper Is, it is now possible to drlvo over It with speed and comfort. Tho pike be- tho largest possible volume of local Wallace farm, near Dundee, early tween Hnrtford and Heaver Dam news. We take It, that people buy Wednesday morning, at a dobth of county paper chiefly for its weekly about three hundred feet. Work camo in for Its sharo of Improvement. a history of county events. Wo are on the Wallace well was started sevA qunntlty of crushed stone wns hauled out from Heaver Dam nnd the anxious to chronfelo such events, but eral weeks ago, but llttlo progress holes and ruts wcro filled up. A trac- to do so we must first get them from was made until Harold Holbrook tor was used on this section of road tho people who know them. Wo bought tho drilling outfit, fired a to pull a grader, and tho good result arc doing all our limited energy and bunch of employes, and started drillIs apparent to travel over this sec- industry can do to make a newspaper ing in earnest. The Blue Lick water which was from according to our ideal, and we want tion of road. Everywhere, Green Hlvor church to Pleasant to ask every citizen who has know- struck at about six hundred tyet in Hldge, tho mud holes and bridges ledge of any event that Is In anyway tho Hnrtford oil field waB found at wcro put in a good stato of repair, out of tho ordinary courso of happen- a debth of two hundred nnd scven- feet In the Wallace well. This and tho effect of this days work will ings to report it to us. Tho news ty-nshow for months to come. A Htllo field is practically lnexhaustable. would indicate that the oil sand later, when farm work Is in bettor Thoro aro enough actual news hap- would be reached at nlepth of three condition, another road working day penings In Ohio county every day In hundred feet less in tho Wallace paper, if well than In tho Hartford field. This will be called, and tho road from tho week to make a dally Green river, through Centortown, they were reported, and wo want to water is substantially the sulphur of every citi- water at Sulphur Springs. The depth Hartforl, Dundco, Fordsvlllo and on enlist the to the. Hancock line, will bo worked. zen in tho county In the mater of re- at which tho Blue Lick water has At these roadworklngs tho Fiscal porting tho news from his or hor been found indicates an ascent of court will furnish tho necessary stone, community. Too many people have strata in that direction, more indicalumber and other material for uso by a notion that "Mr. and Mrs. Smith, of tive of oil than the Hartford field. The people drilling at Olaton have tho army of volunteer road workers. 'Somewhere aro visiting tho family Those Interested in good roads should of Mr. Brown,' Is about all the news had much trouble with their mabegin now to Interest tho public in worth reporting. Tho coming and chinery,' and are making slow prog going of people, especially of well-kno- ress. the great road working day ahead. people, Is real news, but there m aro other events occurlng in every AX KYE TO HUSIXESS. SOCIAL COL'KTKSV. neighborhood almost every day that According to the story of Ernest If wo quarreled with all tho people uro really news. Uirths, deaths, marwho abuse us behind our backs, nnd riages, fires, accidents, farm sales, Mayfield, who was recently arrested began to tear our eyes out as soon business deals of magnitude, now by the sheriff of Daviess county on a as we set ours on them, what u ltfo buildings erected, storm damage, crop warrant from the Ohio county court It would be, and when should wo have conditions, and a multitude of other charging him with shooting Dennis any quiet? Abuse mo, nnd I will events that attract local attention1 aro Hoagland, the Daviess county sheriff abuse you; but let us bo friends real news. Perhaps tho simplest rule lias an eye to business. Mayfield My back for determining news Is, it the neigh- alleges that after his arrest the sheriff when wo meet. U at my neighbor's sorvlco; as soon as bors aro telling it with interest to informed him that he would havo to that Is turned let him make what one another report it to tho nows-lyipe- r. pay the expenses of the trip to HartThis ofllco has both tele- ford, and claims he did pay the sheriff fuces ho thinks proper; but when we" meet wo grin and shako h.nds lll'o phones, and we will gratefully appre- $5.00. This is the first instance of well-bre- d folk, to whom clean linen ciate the favor if people who know which we havo heard where a man Is not moro nocossary than a clean, anything that comes under tho rules arrested for crlnie was required to sweet-lookin- g countenance, nnd a mentioned will call us up and report pay his own expenses to court for It. smile, for company nicely got-u- p trial. st war-weary REVISING DRAFT MEN Large Numbers From Classes Two, Three And Four To One. Acting upon orders from tho Provost Marshall General's olllco the local exomptlon board began, Monday, n reclassification of more thnn fourteen liunilretl men now on tlio draft list. According to tho Provost Marshall too ninny men wcro placed In de ferred clnsses In Ohio county, nnd tho hoard Is directed to revlso tho cntlro list, undor rules prescribed by the Marshall's olllco. At tho rate tho board Is proceeding now, between ilOO nnd 400 men will bo changed from classes two, thrco nnd four to class one. Chun Res made by tho board up to Wednesday night are: Clnrk Ashby, Centortown. Dolmcr C. Adams, Heaver Dam. Newt J. Allen, Hcnfrow. Isaac S. Ashby, Contertown, Joo H. Dodsdn Contertown. Charlio C. Day, Nnrrows. Wavy S. Daugherty, Simmons. Willie P. Davison, Narrows. Claudo H. Davis, Horso Ilrnnch. Clydo C. Durham, Contertown. Espey Daniel, McIIonry. Frank Evorly, Centortown. Charlio Daniel, Fordsvlllc. Otlia Dodson, Livla. Hay Dunn, Cromwell. Alex C. Davis, Heavor Dam. Antony Daniel, Hnrtford. Grnnnon Daugherty, McIIcnry. 'Otis Duff, Narrows. THE WAR WEEK IN EUROPE. Kirk, Estill Park, Gooddcll Wooten and John Ad. Howard. , XOCRKEK WEDDINGS. Rev. Harper, pastor of Nocrcek church, went homo with Joo Thomas-so- n for dinner Sundny, and Just after tho noon meal Dorrls Martin and Miss Adella Stewart drove up in an nuto and called upon Brother Harper to perform tho nuptial service. Tho young couple Joined right hands nnd mado tho customary vows without alighting from the machine, and after receiving tho preacher's blessings, went on their way rejoicing. A few minutes later Herman Richardson and Miss Myrtle Hudson drovo up In a buggy and hellowed tho Rev. Har per for a marrlngo service. They were married while sitting in tho huggy, and were dismissed with tho ministerial blessing. Thomasson says what Is worrying him is that Brother Harper will now bo at his house for dinner every fourth Sunday. 2 ASSOCIATION DISBANDS. Losses Total 200,000 In Battle On The River Piave. Washington, Juno 25. A dispatch' to tho Italian embassy from Rome today confirmed tho announcement yes terday that prisoners taken by tho Italians in tho fighting at tho Plavo numbered 45,000. This includes somo 12,000 or 15,000 captured dur ing tho past week before tho Austrian. offensive was turned Into a rout. James Austin, Hockport. Steven Z. Arnold, Olaton. JVrthur Allen, Ilcnfrow. Joseph Albln, Ualzetown. Holier G. Austin, Heaver Dam. Clyde Arnold, Horse Branch. Tom Ashby, Fordsivllo. Ilollie G. Aahby, Centortown. Frank Athcrton, Centortown. Hubert F, Ashby, Centortown. Klzio M. Aull, Fordsvlllc. J. J. Illankenshlp, Beavor Dam. Win. E. lllnnford, Simmons. John L. llasham, Hartford. Alva Dean, Centortown. Itoscoe H. Balrd, Hartford. John A. Dennett, Louisville. AVIlllo Ilurden, Fordsvlllo. Krcll Hlnnkenshlp, Heaver Dam. John V. Ulnnchford, Contertown. Jesse L. Burgess, Prentiss. Oscar M. Hnrch, Cromwell. Marvin C. Halrd, Hconovlllc, Ind. Hay Hnugh, Heaver Dam. Chns. H. Hell, Washington. John Dennett, Simmons. Coffee John Hurgess, Cromwell. Hen F. Hurdcn, McIIcnry. Clarence Hartlett, Hartford. Arthur Hales, Hartford. Shelby D. Uoskett, Centortown. Felix E. Hrown, Hartford. Edward Haizc. Simmons. Gerry II. Hnrncs, Hockport. With tho Grand Master, Simon Smith, and Supremo Locker-Keepe- r, Gene McCulloch, called to military service, the Kentucky Frog Hunters Association has temporarily disbanded. Grand Master Smith confided the signs and pass words to tho writer before boarding tho train for Camp Taylor, Wednesday morning, with instructions to keep tho gig, the great seal of the association, burnished and sharp. This organization is famous on tho waters of Rough river from the mouth of Caney Creek to tho confluence of tho waters of Rough River with thoso of Adams Fork. For many years these famous frog hunters have broken tho midnight stillness of these parts with the slow, stealthy stroke of the dingy boat oar, and pierced tho inky dark ness with the light of the carbide lamp. The coming of the members of the Association was the annual event citizens of the for the sport-lovin- g territory visited, and many was the citizen who toasted his feet at its congenial evening camp fires. Simon and Gene are princes of good fellowship and many will bo the prayers to go up from the citizens of the frog lands for their safe return from the war fields of France. THIEF ROBS STORE. Paris, Juno 25. Austrian losses totaled 200,000 men, according to the Secolo, of Milan. Certain enemy divisions lost of their ef fectives. A dispatch to tho Matin from Turin says that the rout of the Austrlans is complete and that the Plavo has carried away many Austrian dead. Italian cavalry, it is added, havo ad vanced beyond the eastern bank of the river. French newspapers continue to acclaim tho Italian victory. Hope Is expressed that Gen. Diaz, profiting by the demoralization of tho enemy.will not confine the fighting to local actions, but will strike out boldly Into an, offensive and transform tho Austrian retreat to the Piave, into a decisive victory. Several newspapers wonder whether the Germans will rush help to tho Austrlans by transferring forces Iioni the western front. L'Homme Libro believes that such action Is scarcelv probable, as Emepror William and Von Hlndcnburg are convinced they cannot obtain a decision except on the front from Switzerland to the cca. two-thir- London, June 25. The extent to which the Italian pursuit of :he Austrlans across tho Piave has developed is not known here, and no detailed reports havo been received bringing events up to date. A statement current in Londcn yesterday that the Italians had taken 45,000 prisoners Is said by tho morning newspapers to be confirmed by tho Iltalian 'embassy. The same statement Is attributed to Premier Orlando by tho Rome correspondent of the Exchange Telegraph Company. Tho same correspondent quotes the Glornale D'ltalia as saying that the troops of Archduke Joseph and Gen. Wurm are virtually surrounded and must surrender or be annihilated. The view in military circles Is that the defeat of the Austrlans Is so crushing that it will be impossible for the enemy to repeat his offensive on a serious scale for several weeks. One of the causes for tho Austrian disaster is said to havo been faulty Judgment in placing their reserves, by which thoy failed to.be brought up at a critical moment to meet tho clover strategy of the Italians. So strongly is tho Plave line now hold by tho Italians, say military critics, that it will bo impossible for the disorganized enemy armies to retake It, and thero Is not the slightest fear that they again will try to cross tho rlvor. It Is said thoy staked ovorything on this offensive nritt throw all their forces in it. Thirty-seve- n divisions havo been identified as being In tho battle. OFF FOR THE WAR. Jesso Hartlett, Hartford. Clinton Boyd, Centortown. Godfrey Honnett, Hartford. Joo W. Harrott, Narrows. Horbcrt G. Hell, LIvla. Chas. M. Hnxley, Sunnydalc. Joseph It. Halzo, Renfrow. Alonzo F. Hellamy, Fordsvlllc. Geo. C. Coppago, Dundee. W. S. Coppage, Dundee. ArthurW. Card, Anoka, Minn. Lawrence Coy, Ualzetown. Nacy Crowe, Narrows. Loyd Clark, Select. Hollio Condor, Hartford. Henry D. Chapman, Centortown. Othol Chapman, Hnrtford. JesBO Kissinger, Dennfleld. Edward Craig, White Rn. Stonewall Cook, Whlto Hun. Alva Chapman, Hartford. Clarence Evans, Fordsvlllc William 11. Edge, Whltesvllle." Andy Elder, Hartford. Tllford V. Chapman, Hartford. Earl P. Chicle, Heavor Dam. Clay O. Cooper, Hartford. Martin Cannry, Hartford. Vinson Crowo, Hartford. David H. Cooper, Hartford. Wllllo Corloy, Fordsvlllo. Gordon, Chlnn, Heavor Dam. Marion Ford, Hartford. Wm. C. Faught, Mcllonry. Edward Free, Fordsvlllo. Eiinlco Farmer, Narrows. Thackeray. VERY LITTLE PUT IX GUAHI) HOUSE. Thero is very llttlo boiling in the When sheriff Hratcher dollvcrcd political pot in Kentucky just now, tho deserters, Odo Wilson and Earl but whnt llttlo thero Is is centered in Ford, to tho Provost Marshal's olllco, tho senatorial race. Senator James at Camp Taylor, lust week, they woro will havo opposition for tho nomoach closely questioned about their ination of his party, in the person of reasons for desertion and a record Kimball, of Lexinganxmodo of their answers nftor which ton, but thero is some thoy were sent to tho guard house. iety felt about tho Senator's Tho officer in chargo told us tho low- physical condition. Ho has been in est penalty for dosortlon In time of a Hnltlmoro hospital for several war was ten years at hard labor in a weeks, nnd desplto roseate reports of fcdoral penitentiary. Howovor, ci his Improvement he remains in tho vilians familiar with tho handling of , hospital. such matters at tho Camp said that nomination. For tho first tlmo in tho history of for youths of tholr ages choico was Republican politics in Kentucky sometimes glvon between tho scntonco nnd immediato thero is a contest for tho nomfor Franco. Wo do not ination for United States sonator. know If this latter Information Is This condition comes about because of a hopeful feeling of electing a rollablo. Republican to tho Senate this year. (Jlltli WITH 10,000. Dr. Hen L. Hruner, of Louisvillo, and Judge U. J. Hcthurum, of Somerset, Miss Vina Hoops, nineteen years uro tho contestants. Dr nruner old duughter, of Mr. Thomas Hoops, goes into tho raco handicapped with of Cool Springs, came to Hurtford tho opposition of his homo county, Monday, and on hor motion Hallio Jefferson, and If mountain counties Elliott was qualified as hor guardian stand by Judgo Bothurum, as it( is to handlo her estate of 10,000 sho, claimed thoy will, the contest will 'bo will recelvo as tho beneficiary of an an unequal one. Insurnnco policy mado In hor favor by hor brothor, a soldier in tho na- L'ltAZY MAX SUICIDES. tional army, who recently died at Camp Hattiosburg, Miss. Tho Hoops j Tom Kannady, of Coolsprlugs, who family aro poor but excellent peoplo, vns adjudged a lunatic about a month and $10,000 will uppear qulto a sum ago, nnd sent to tho asylum at Hop-- of money to tho young lady. Miss ktusvlllo, committed sulcido at that y, Hoops is a modest llttlo girl, rather Institution Saturday, by hanging ' and wo hopo sho may dorivo self. His body was brought homo, tho best poslblo benefit from tho Monday, for burial. Kanuady's fortuno that will como Into her ! dltlon was belloved at tho tlmo ho hands She will recelvo from .tho was sent t,o tho asylum to bo very government $57.50 each month un- - serious, and his friends did not ex- ' pect him to return homo alive. til she has drawn tho total sum, pcnl-tontiary ' him-prettcon-small POLITICS. . r , Walter Foster. Hartford. Estll Fulkorson, Hockport. Sloven L. Fraloy, Vancoburg. G. E. Fugua, Dundee. Norval Faught, Cromwell. Hyron L. Fostor,' Hurtford. Wilbur Faught, Central City. Martin Farmer, Fordsvlllo. Ira D. Funk, Hnrtford. David E. French, Prontlss. Cecil Fulkorson, Coralvo. Luther Faught, Equality. Hay Faught, Smallhous. Lonnio J. Hrown, Centortown. Jncob II. Hrown, Hockport. Claudo S. Hrown, Hochestor. Horloy L. Harnes, Hockport. A J. BrownWhltesvlllo. John J. Hozarth, Loltchflcld. James G. Holl, Llvia. Hen II. Dennett, Hartford. Herman Harr, Hartford. Lorenzo Acton, Hurtford. Hani f Oscar W. Allen, Heavor Dam. 1 A thief put ono over on the high cost of living, here Monday night. He entered the store of the American Association sometime during the night and helped himself to provisions. Among tho articles missing were about fifty pounds of sugar, four sacks of flour and a dozen bars of soap. Perhaps other articles were stolen but those mentioned were the only ones tho manager could feel ASSESSOR'S DEPUTIES. certain were missing. The thief entered tho building by a window, the The assessor, or rather the county lock on which had been broken for tax commissioner, as the new law has several days. It, has appointed his deputies for the work of assessing, which will begin PETIT JURY EXCUSED. this year July 1. Tho doputles with their territorial assignments are: Judgo Slack has asked shoriff L. B. Lonoy, of McHenry, Center-tow- n Bratchor to notify the petit Jurors and Rockport magisterial dis- summoned for tho July term of cirtricts. cuit court not to appear fqr service. C. C. Carter, of Narrows, Narrows, On account of tho busy season with Sulphur Springs and Shrovo precincts. tho farmors the Judge thought It betT. D. Owen, of Hellln, Heflin pre- ter to lot litigants wait upon tho adcinct. Mr. Owen will probably judication of their differences than to some other territory, later. take the farmers out of their crops to E. B. Flnley, of Balzotown, Arnold, perform Jury service, and will havo Select, Horso Branch, Olaton, Rosluo, no Jury trials at tho term of court Cromwell and Prentiss precincts beginning Monday. Tho grand Jury Floyd Keown, of Fordsvllle, terri- will appear for servlco ns usual, but tory not yet determined. will be hold for a brief session. Will Brown, of Hartford, torrltory not yet assigned. LAKE DIVISION RED Tax commissioner's deputies aro all CROSS ORGANIZATION experienced In tho work of assessing, aro capable men, and will perhaps Thero aro 2,680 Red Cross organimake tho best assessment over made zations in Ohio, Indiana and KenIn tho county. tucky. The summary of tho organizations by States is as follows: Ohio, RED CROSS KXTHUT.UNMKNT. 10S chapters, branches 523, auxiliaries 721; Indiana, 105. chapters, Tho Hawaiian Octetto, a band of branches 341, auxiliaries 384; Kennative Hawaiian musicians touring tucky, 144 chapters, branches 1SS, tho country in tho interest of tho Refl auxiliaries 166. Cross, gavo an Intertainment at McGOT MOVE ON ORDER. Henry Tuesday night, nnd a tidy sum wns raised for th Red Cross treas Tho gang of tramp ovangollst that ury. Hartford peoplo attondlng tho speak in the highest recently Infested Hartford, wont on entertainment tonus of the artists of tho llttlo west to Fordsvlllo, whoro in their first sorvlco thoy nttacked a well known ern island. Hartford peoplo who woro: Mr. and Mrs. Leo Sim- - Ohio county citizen for no good merman and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Hen reason, and woro glvon the movo on derson Murphrce, Mr. and Mrs. Louis order, which they promptly heeded. commit HUoy, Misses Mattie Duke, Clara Rob Ignorance. and fanaticism ertson, Wlunlo Dav's SInimormnn, many travorsltes In the name of BoulaU Palmer., and Messrs. A. D. J ac-co- pt sent twenty-seve- n Ohio county moro soldiers to Camp Taylor Wednesday. This makes tho total number of Ohio county boys now In Camps or In France about 400. Tho boys sent Wednesday wero the list published in this paper last week, except 11. C. Stearsman, of Horso Branch, who Is In Pennsylvania, nnd a Blackburn boy, of Ceralvo, who is iu Muhlenburg county, and had not received his notice. Both of theso boys will bo sent on to tho camp withfi a few days. Delbert Barnard, of Hartford, and Mlko Craln, of Horso Branch, voluntarily took tho places of tho two absent men. Tho boys going Wednesday woro In tho Lest of spirits, and appeared anxious for tho trip. They loft over tho M. II. & E.. via Owensboro. As usual thero was u big crowd at tho depot to tell tho boys good byo, and wish them a pleasant Journey and a safo return. FAMOUS FLIERS AT NATION'S CAPITAL German Air Attack Would Meet Best Airmen In World. Is n Gorman air raid on Washlng-to- n possible? says tho Washington Times. It is Supcrstibmarlnos, capable of carry- ing several airplanes, have been repeatedly reported built by Germany for just this purpose. A fleet of could rcleaso tboso great tliolr winged messongors of death just off tho Atlnntlc coast somo day or night, and within an hour n wholo squadron of hostile airplanes might bo soaring over Washington. Sovcral specific rulings were made A Scotch soldier. In writing his as to tho effect of tho order upon wife, said ho inclosed somo money certain classes named its In the case of sports and but doubted If it ever got to her, as ONE CENT A DOSE 0 73) amusements tho language was repeat- It had to go through the hands of tho censor. Tho Impression that censored with emphasis, without mentioning baseball, the status of which will ship Is so rigid robs the people nt Cholera Murium. bo decided only when somo Individual homo of much news from their boys, I believe. In utty event. It Is easy to This Is a very painful and danger- case has been appealed. ous disease. In almost every neighManagers, cooks, clerks and other put in something prohibited and tho borhood someone has died fronrit be- not engaged In the actttnl serving of wisdom of strict censorship is apparforo medicine counld be obtained or food or drink in public places are ex- ent. Tho right empted front application in tho seca physician summoned. Upon receipt of mall, was reminded way is to have a bottle of Chamher-- tion declaring tho service of food and of my promlso to you to toll some of little "ace." la(n'f) f.ll ..III. rln rrlinni I?ntnnilvT fiti.l A.i.a . av,. ... .u my experiences. UI IUIIL O Not much to tell, drink is Ret Filers In the World. In the house so as to bo prepared for Storo executives, head of depart yet. I have ridden races, been In y there are For In Washington arc three parties to every teleit. Mrs. Charles Enycart, Hunting ments, traveling salesmen, registered railroad wreck, storm on ocean, up assembled the best fliers In the world. ton, Ind., writes: "During the sum- iharmncists, delivery drivers and men in balloon and had other thrills but They are hero with tho allied aviation conversation the party calling, mer of 1911 two of my children were doing heavy work are not included hnvo Indulged in nothing more abmissions, teaching young American I among sick with cholera morbus. trained operator, and the party who the clerks and salesmen class- sorbing than doing lookout duty for air cadets how to fly and vanish the taken Chamberlain's Colic and Diarsubmarines, in danger zone, In crows work. ed as doing bocho, aiding America In tho upbuild- used responanswers. All three share alike Remedy and It gave them Imrough. No trouble "Local hoards will consider cases nest, when sea ing of its gigantic air program, and rhoea m of withdrawal of deferred classifi- to keep your mind on your business. mediate relief." sibility for quick and accurate telephone incidentally giving exhibitions dally Wo had little rough sea. This Gen. cation with common sense, that have thrilled Washington time service. AIR ROUTE TO EUROPE Crowder's Instructions say, and they was fortttnnto as our ship was very and again. TO UK ESTABLISHED nanio illness, vacation, the Impos- small. Something amusing was In Potomac Park there is a great, Of course, tho deck sibility of securing productive em calling party should give the corgray steel hanger, erected some time Washington, June 21. The estab- ployment without change of residence. wns slick, as were ladders and steps. ago to house the airplanes that were rect number in a distinct voice, speak- of an nlr route to Europe as reasonable grounds for waiving If hash would sprout nnd grow where y I lishment to give exhibitions there. from the United States In order to the general order. Traveling sales- It landed, there would be a magnifif ing directly the transmitter, there arc in that hangar almost a bring tho full force of the American men will be considered as engaged cent crop of "slum" from tho boat dozen planes French, British, ItalIn the air to bear against Gerwait the until the party an- ian and American. Within a few effort has been decided upon as a In productive employment, but auto- deck to fioor of tho hold. Waves many, mobile salesmen in cities will not, It could nearly wash n whole lino of days there will be added several other called v the swers reports. definite project by the British air was explained. or private, soldiers down nt a time ns they came Public planes which have just arrived in council, a new organization. Into chauffeurs are held to be up on deck on ono end of tho boat party should answer promptly. t this country, including a fighting which all Britlsh.air service has been only when they combine other and went down into the other end to monoplane which has seen service y by work with their mechanical duties. merged. This was disclosed et "chow," (meals). Souiobody was over the French front and which will on the part of the telephone Major General William Brancker.con-trolle- r Local boards arc asked to assist always discovering n submarine, in be piloted here by Lieut. Constant equipment on the council, registrants to obtain new employment ono instance the same turning out to of is also es- user and the telephone Soulier, France's nineteen-year-ol- d who Is In Washington to discuss this through the Federal employment ser- be a vessel of our convoy, in heavy ace. sential to good service. and other projects relating to air war- vice and aro given power to post- fog. Tho regiment seemed, at times, A partial list of the fare with American officials. pone action while effort is being made to be detailed en masse to feed the in Washington inaviators Plans for the Initial flight In Au- to place men In occupations held pro fish; hut, though thereby almost per When you Telephone Smile cludes the following names all of gust, September or October of this ductive. suaded, I escaped this routine. I which will bo recognized as having year aro already well advanced. Am mm hope to be able to tell you all about been cited repeatedly for exploits of is sought and Hits a Good Opinion of Chumbcrlnin'.s our trip over, sometime. erlcan If I could valor over there. Gen. Brancker hope3 the first masaino relate nil attending circumstances, JxoL Tablets. Fiuuou Xames in 1.1st. AND will carry both British and Ameriyou would, as I have, moro appreciLieut. Col. Charles F. Lee and can flyers. At least three British Incorporated "Chamberlain's Tablets are a won- ate tho efficiency of our wonderful Lieut. John A. Sully, of the British pilots are regarded as being qualifi- der. I never sold anything that beat navy and marine service. Koya'l Flying Corps; Capt. Sinvio Res-nat- l, W. W. HARRIS, Manager, Hartford, Ky. ed for the trip and are now hero and them," writes F. B. Tressey, RichSend mo tho Louisville Herald ocpilot of the giant Caproni bombseveral types of machines produced mond, Ky. When troubled with In casion!-, as I am supposed to get the ing plane, the Italian aviator par exIn England have an ample fuel capac- digestion or constipation givo them Courier and other papers from other liKTTKIt FROM MR SK1IO.V. aro there any corner newslnndtn Tho cellence; Sergt. Glanfellce Gino, Itality for the forty hours' flying It Is es- a trial. m sources. I have not seen my brothmen nnd women (selling papers "hang who recently established a ian flier, timated the trip would take er, Roy. He is 1st. Lt. F. A. and is out" near hotels, enfes nnd thentcrs. Louisville, Ky., Juno 17, 1919 now record on a flight to this city HEXRV I). MOORMAX Duo to tho paper shortage, tho newsat the front. Neither have I seen Mr. J. II. Thomas, Editor, from Hampton Roads, Va.; Major RECRUIT PUTS POSER WRITES FROM FRAXCE Charles H. Moorman or Attjlhi Cox. papers being allowed only h George Tulasne, chief of the French Hartford Republican, TO ENLISTMENT MAX r Hope to see them soon. You would of tho supply, circulations aro ' Hartford, Kentucky. aviation mission; Capt. Alfred Heur-tauThrough the courtesy of Mr. Frank be surprised to seo mo return ft out a My denr Mr. Thomas. Your kind being curtailed, prices Increased and France's "aco of aces," since Stockton, Cal., June 21. When Is Russell ,ot Louisville, we reproduce ten utile walk as spry as any corpusizes reduced. Capt. Guyne-lnefavor of Juno 15th with clipping tho death of tho bravo a "first child" not a "first child?" herebelow, a letter received by him lent gentleman of many fewer years. You do not Lieut. Constant Soulier, the Tho Dally Kxpross, tho last of tho Just received. This is the question that has been from Henry D. Moorman, who Is now Have done such a march each day for nineteen-year-oly d aco who has ofllclj causing Sergt. R. know how much I approclato your (ono cent United States R. Mergenthal, of villi Uncle Sam's Forces in France: quite awhile. Believe me, it would Interest nnd many favors. It means money) pnpers, has advanced Its prlco ally downed fifteen Tuton airmen; tho local United States Marine Corps France, May IS, 1918. do every man of our mutual acquaint- a great deal to us to know wo havo a to n penny; tho Times, which is enLieut. Georges Flaschalre, the recruiting station, to spend sleepless My dear Mr. Russell. Just receiv- ance good to follow my footsteps of splendid friend In Hartford. young Frenchman whose daredeavoring to limit its circulation to nights lately. ed first mall and It did me good to the past threo months. Our people You will no douht ho Interested to not more than 120,000, has put Its devil exhibitions racked the nerves of George Hadley, of Kensas City, ap- assist in its distribution. Hurt, too, have ceased to appreciate the iiocc Max know that wo dedicated our Servlco prlco at three pence. Similarly lnrgo Washington recently; Lieut. plied to Mergenthal for enlistment. to observo expressions of those of llfo and aro only concorned Flag tit HI! stars nnd ono Red Cross morning papers, tho Post nnd Tele Denols, French air hero, who will When Hadley Informed him that he There aro many orphans, and think about things In the nature Sunday night, Juno 9th. Tho pro- graph, aro two penco each. soon fly over this city; Lieut. Henri was married and had two children, I note front company records, and of luxuries, etc. This llfo brings ono gram wan a Farre, who although he has not and Mergenthal told him that ho would sticcss in ovory way. I)r, ino htar, nn evening pnpor, car- will not fly here, has dlstlnguised draw $32.50 for a family allotment, some probably have none to write back to normal vision, to sec thing.) Powell presented tho flag to Jttdgo rles Hitch messages "Pass it on, so them. Letters from homo., I am from tho other fellow's angle; and Bingham, our 1'reHldent nnd ho others will not havo to buy lt," and R. himself on bombing exhibitions over namely $15 for his wife, $10 for his there, and who has painted more Arts child and $7.50 for his second told by porsons who know, mean Intakes men real comrades when you accepted it In tho nntuc of tho Society tho Pall Mall Oazetto says If roadors than 100 marvelous pictures of war child. But Hadley Insisted on $.15. more than all else. Our entire regi- add to tho present whnt tho future nnd presented it to Illshop Woodcock do not wish being disappointed In ment Is in quarantine and wo connot holds for us. I am working hard who nccopted lt for tho Stato of KenIn tho air, which are on exhibition In getting their paper they should plaro "How do you figure that? queried visit our "Best Friend." tho Y. M. C. but enjoy it all, und am slncrel) tucky. I am very proud of tho fact Washington now. Mergenthal. glad I took tho course I did. Know that wo havo 90 manly boys lighting an ortlor with a news ttgent to how A. This organization and tho K. of Tho array of war fliers Is suppletho paper. "Well, my youngest aro twins, so C. aro certainly blessings, both used I am doing my full duty to olncrs, tho for Uncle Sam hut I am prouder still mented by tho presence of beveral It Is difficult to nnd an evening pahow aro you going to figure tho first and enjoyed. They deserve tho sup- only real good a man can do, and to know that wo havo it sweet young per civilian aviators of noto, including on sale nftor C:,10 p. in., or a. child? They both come under the port given them. I have closely ob- havo made a real sacrifice, and, after girl who has given her llfo and heart morning paper tho famous aviatorlx Kuth Law, $10 head," answered Hadley. after 9:00 a. in. Henco r my to hor country to servo by helping served tho systems employed and tho all, oven if fato holds death d whoso flights in an old model, tho newsies do not hnvo to "push" "I gave up," declared Mergenthal conduct of their representatives front part, I count It moro worth whllo tho sick and wounded soldlors piano proved a great attraction at tho after puzzling over It for a few hours. many angles. At every stop, even on than to hnvo lived a littlo 1 utger, front. Tills young lady is represent- sales. on Liberty Loan Day. m question has been put tho ocean, before wo left Arizona and then wearing out "chasing dollars," Tho dellcuto ed on our ling by tho Red Cross. I Then too, thcro aro In this city up to tho authorities nt Washington. hero, they know whnt we really need as too many go. UKRMAX NAVAL CRITIC hope you will como to seo us hgalu scores of young American fliers who, ADMITS CROAT IIKATK.V and suply it. Wo have plenty to eat Will write you again wtuetiino. soon and seo our flag. I will bo although their mettlo has not yot .IKS' TIII.VKI.V nnd wear and, now, nil elso amounts Give my love to your family and bo glad to hcik1 you a copy of tho proboon tested over the lighting lines In to but "excess baggage." Father llovo mo, Sincerely yours, ceedings us soon as tho pamphlet Is Europe, are us accomplished fliers us London, Juno. That dcrmaii U- A boldior of color had been Lydou, our Chaplain, is very populur CORPL. HENRY I). MOORMAN, published. boata nro unequal to tho wnrfaro homo of tho men who are tanking to recelvo specific instruc- with tho mon. He sometimes in- Headquarters Company, Tenth Field history over there. Thanking you again for your many against thom Is tho virtual admls- tions, In tho midst of which ho seem- duces attractions booked at Y. M. C. Artillery, A. E. F Franco, via klnd favors and assuring you thnt slon of Capt. Persltts, tho naval critic ingly becanto a bit "Indifferent." The A. to come into our camp. Included Now York. If at any tlmo wo can servo you In any of tho Ilorllnor Tngoblntt, says a Rot-wofficer, lit no uncertain tone demand In theso was a Belgian woman. O. K. Tho II. B. Mann, 1st. Lt. 10th wo will bo more than glad to do tordnnt dispatch to tho Dally Tolo- FOR FLETCHER'S ed: "What's tho matter with you?" half has novor been told of Gorman F. A. ho, I remain graph. Capt. Jorsius writes: "Kvory "O, I wuz Jes' thlnkln' dat if we hnd cruelty and indecency to Bolgians, luyntau knows that Your slncoro friend, losses nro somo beans, wu could hnvo somo po'k i was ueepiy impressed wiiu our unavoidable owing to tho continually PKO. SKUON, State of Ohio. City of Toledo. PUBLISHERS ASK UEL.W wo had somo pB'k. beans if an' own activities at homo but tho warSuperintendent. 'increasing sharpness und offoctive- Lucas County, as. l.V POSTAL l.NOREASK like spirit and demonstration IncreasFrank J. Cheney makes oath that ho ncss of tho dofonso measures of tho PLAX BIG BEAR HUNT es and intensifies as wo near tho la senior& partner or ttio Ilrm of F. J. enemy which, perhaps, will further Cheney Co., dolmj business In tho City Washington, Juno 21. Newspaper AS BRUINS ARE DAMAGING front. Every constructive forco Is of Toledo. County and State aforesaid, Increase as tho war progress is. will pay FOR FLETCHER'S publishers headed by Geo. M(Aueuy in arrest and destruction is tho end and that said firm DOLLARSthe sum of ONE HUNDRED "It Is scarcely to bo denlod that for each Marllngton, W. Vu.,Juno 22. Be- in minds of nil. Except for tho tramp and every case of Catarrh that cannot bo of tho Now York Times, vice pres-Idnour ouomles tiro both carrying on tho cured bytliouso of HALL'S CATARRH of tho American Publishers' cause of light hunting seasons bears of soldlors, oven lurgu cities scout MEDICINE. PRANK J. CHKNEY. war and living und that lt will bo Sworn to before me and subscribed In Association, urged beforo tho House have multiplied In great numbers in dead but for theso activities connectposslblo for thom to dofond thoiu- my presence, this 6th day of December, LONDON' PAPERS ARM Ways and Means Cumlttoe this section of West Virginia und ed witlt war work or supplies. A A. D. 1SS0. A. W. GLEASON, SC'ARCl AXII HKillKIt solves against tonnage needs foe a (Sea) Notary Public. that tho zotto systont of increased , their nightly depredations nro young man is seldom seen, not oven long tlmo nt any rato. From tltom;- Hall's Catarrh Medicine Is taken postage rato which goes lug tho farmers worried. Moro than ti youth, unless in uniform and on and acts through tho Blood on London, May 31. (Ry mall.) ginning of tho wur It wits a the Mucous Surfaces of tho System. Send 1 bo suspended for .200 sheep hnvo been killed by the miinto effect Junly sick, leavo or duty. Women and old for testimonials, free. . Thoro aro no oxclted nowsles In Lon- - nilstnko, often committed among us, F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. O. linaU within tho lust few weeks. An men perform what little labor tliero nt least a yoar. don. Papers nro not "yelled" or to underestimate tho resources of Sold by all drunRtsta, The tiommltteo was told that whllo organized bear hunt is being planned. seems to bo dotto on the farms. A Wall's Family Pills for75c. constipation. pushed as in Amorican cities. Neither our enemies." . to-da- Hut any bocho fliers who might tnko part In such a trip would And, to their surprise, that they had rushed Into n vcrtable hornets nest of defending nlrplanes. And every ono of theso airplanes would bo maintained by an aviator who has written his name largo on tho scroll of famo as a war flier of many victories over tho battlefields of Franco. Every ono of tho defending fleet which could rise from Potomac Park would bo piloted by a blrdman who has taken a Urge toll of foo nvlators who has downed enough planes to win the coveted tho additional rovonuo from tho increased rates would ho Inconsiderable, tho rates nnd tho system would oppress tho nowspapcrs in time of need 'and opposo n system of collection complicated and expensive. Hates to the outer zones would bo prohibitive. Mr. McAncny said, nnd would Ar mean restriction of circulation. rangements for pnslng tho Increased cost of postago on to the subscriber, ho said, already are under way. A thorough Investigation of tho subject beforo drafting legislation Mr. McAncny asserted was urged. e Department had thnt tho been built Into a profit ninker largely through the Instrumentalllty of second-clas- s mail. Chairman Kitchen, questlbning the statoment that the newspapors of the country could not stand tho Increase, asked for net income and loss of subscribers by Individual largo newspa pers. Mr, McAiieny sain no of their book figures; that thcro woro fiOO newspapers lit the Publishers' Association. Representa tive Longworth, of Ohio, wanted to know about tho proportion of newspaper circulation affected by second-clas- s mall rates. Tho witness said that In tho case of his paper It would bo about 15 per cent, but ho could not say as to newspnpers generally, Post-ofllcKnow-nothin- INSTRUCTIONS TO DRAFT BOARDS ARE GIVEN OUT By Provost Marshal General Crowder On "Work Or Fight" Order. Washington, Juno 21. Instructions to tho draft boards were Issued by Provost Marshal Genornl Crowder explaining and nmpllfylng "tho work or fight" order under which after July 1, nil men of draft arc, regardless of classification, must engage in employment to be productive or Join the army. "When It has boon determined n person In doferred classification Is an Idler or engaged In service," said tho instruction "the classification order number of such persons will bo withdrawn nnd he will ho immediately Inducted into to-da- y military service" great many forolgnors nro seen among thoso constructing nrmy buildings, etc. Ono sees nil colors nnd shapes of uniforms. Tho English nlono hnvo representatives front Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Ireland, Wales, Scotland, India, Egypt nnd FIJI Isdands. Ono American regiment sometimes has eight or ten different religious beliefs. Coinpnny has men nblo to convorso with most anybody wo will over need to undorstnnd. A great number nro college men und many others who have seen much of tho world from different angles. Tho Gorman prisoners wo hnvo seen nro very young looking. This Is n beautiful country but It hits n deserted nnd neglected nppenranco. Tho pcoplo scouted glad to see us hut thcro is n haggard, anxious look that seems to characterize tho populace, even tho younger ones, Wo saw "Fords" be fore we got off the ship and they aro still passing on nil roads. Many homo products In evidence mid tho pouring in of soldiers and supplies la ns if wo wero overrunning the counHcnd-qttarto- STOMACH TROUBLE says: "For quite suffered with slomncfi trouble. I would have pains and a heavy feeling after my meals, a most disagreeable taste in my mouth. If I ate anything with butter, oil or grease, I would spit it up. I began to have regular sick headache. I had used pills and tablets, but after a course of these, I would be constipated. It just seemed to tear my stomach, all up. I found they were no good at all for my trouble. I heard Mr. Marlon Holcomb. of Nancy, Ky., I a long while rs THEDFORD'S try. recommended very highly, so began to use it. It cured me. I keep it in the house all the time. It is the best liver medicine made. do not have sick headache or stomach trouble any more." acts on the jaded liver and helps it to do its important work of throwing out waste materials and poisons from the system. This medicine should be in every household for use in time of need. Get a package today. If you feel sluggish, take a dose tonight. You will feel fresh tomorrow. Price 25c a package. All druggists. 1 Black-Draught The Human Factors In Good Service There phone the ' 1 the The at or To-da- ,y . into telephone operator and The rs to-da- Patience operator , war-famo- to-da- y CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY n n one-sixt- x, pre-wn- r; ed half-penn- unln-close- ' suf-mou- cd Children Cry CASTO Rl A ay at Children Ory R et CASTO 'A to-da- y ( at r','S'r U.ONDQN OVERRUN BY FEMALE SPIES iBcauties Glean Valuable Military Information For Huns. London, Juno 22. London Is In- with women Allies. In nil tho hotels, cafes nnd res taurants they carry on their nofnrlons work, their chief occupation apparently helng to keep their enrs open and overhenr nil tho gossip thoy possibly enn nhout Kngland's war movements. They nro dllllcuH to trap, liccauso London Is Btlll tho world's most cos mopolitan city, nnd tho West End Is crowded with innlc nnd fomnlo adven turers from every land IncludlnR Germany. Tlio women spies nro of all nn- lonnlltlcs, hut Russians seem to pre dominate. It they wcro captured thoy woudd dcclnro loudly undoubted fioynlty to tho allies, but there Is llttlo thnt a vast number of them nro Soubt pay of Germany. Tho war has shown men to ho jvorso Bosslpcrs thnn women. In tho thcrofore, hotels and restaurants, thc30 women, mo9t of them beautiful, scrnpo nciiunlntanccs with soldiers nnd civilians, talk with thorn, drew them out on inllltnry subjects, and without question turn over tho Infor mation they gather to sonio master spy In England, Holland or sonio other neutral country for transmission to Ilorlln. Hints Knew Of (Mend lEiilri. Tho most insignificant appearing bit of Intelligence collected In this jvvny may ho tho llnal Item In a vast patchwork of Information that will cnnblo Germany to plcco together and verify Knglnnd's. military plans. It Is known that tho Huns had ad vance Information or tlio lJngiisn naval rind on tho submarluo basis at Ostend nnd Zeobrugge, obtained merely through tho fact thnt for days heforo tho raid It was common gossip about the cast coast that tho navy waS preparing for It. One mystery of a London hotel Is nt present intriguing Londoners. A llttlo cluster of KuhsIuii women. young, nretty. nnd with attractive jpnnnors, went about tho hotel and soon found plenty of ndmlrcrs. Talked (o Army Men. It was noted thnt they confined ithelr attentions exclusively to sailors and airmen. They never spoko to civilians, but no sooner did an ofllccr appear In tho lobbies than they managed In one of tho thousand nnd ono ways known to women to scrape nn ncQunintnnco with him. They would have n cup of ten nnd n clgarctto with him, tnlk for a hnlf nn hour and then mako somo excuso and got away. These Husslan women wero seen to bo constantly In tho company of n young Iluslnn civilian staying nt tho g hotel who appeared to bo them in conversation. beKventunlly their suspicious havior attracted attention, and a watch was set on thorn. Tho next day thoy disappeared. Another examplo Is cited in tho experience of a young nvlator ofllcor who had his wits with him. Spin n Woman Spy. With another pilot, ho was dining n n Knutunrntif liwiwn fnr Htf fnrnlifti.. . -i iuMMMi. .......... 'iinntnln Tlmv worn tnlklnir lomllv nnd somowhat heedlessly. A woman sitting nt tho next tnblo a total stranger to thorn loaned over nnd asked: r i "i wanner u you uuii iun mu wuuiu squadron Is statlonod now? 'iftiio I have a friond there." Tho airmen had aenso onough to say they did not know, and Immediately changod the subject of thalr conversations to theators and other hnrmlosH topics. Tho English aro waking up to thla situation, and apenls are being made to ovory one In strong languane to ceaso dlscusHiiiK military affairs In public and talk to no strange womet.. l fOBtcd nnd methods of ancient business. Tho chango from thnt Predntory Ago to this present Ago qr Scrvlco o has licon long nnd gradual, n ascent, says Tho Periscope. llut things ARE dlfforent Tho now SION OK SERVICE rcplnces tho old SYMIIOL OK THE CLUU. Porlinps tho cynic will point out that olomcntH of tho old prlmltlvo buslnoss still survivo In our midst. True. Wo hnvo not reached tho HUT WE ARE end of tho Journey. OX THE WAY. Even It tho Tiger nnd Vulturo survivo In our modorn busjness and though they dlo hnrd yet thoy nro doomed. All business must stand tho ncld lest which Is bolng Imposed every1)0 YOU CONTRIIJ-UT- E where TO HUMAN WELFARE? Thoso who cannot safely undergo this test nro destined to failure Tho world Is not In tho mood to tho business ngcnclcs which mllltnto ngnlnst tho COMMON WEAL. To each of us doing business of y any kind In this busy world thoro comes tho Joy of recognizing that wo have a part In tho great task of the age. To no ono of us Is it given to do it all. Each bears only a part Enough if wo bo possessed and dominated by this now spirit of business: THE SPIRIT OK SERVICE. Team Work. ' VAN'KS HOLD THIRTV-THRK- E .MILKS OK WGHTING KltONT toll-somout-thro- at to-datol-era- to RIVETS FLYING AS GUNS SCREAM Riveting Machines Doing Their Might On Ships Says Schwab. ( thnt In lle-- i of tho tubes In greater New York mall sorvlco through sub-wnbo instituted. If tho tuix' compromise Is accepted by tho Sen itn and House tho deadlock over tho $33,000,000 post-offlappropriation bill will bo broken, tho tubd quest inn being tho only point remaining In controversy. co ys Chiidreai Cry for Fletcher's . WILL CAM, TROOPS IN RUSSIA London. Germany Is about to withdraw tho bulk of her troops now In Russia for sorvlco on tho Western front, according to' a statement In i ml aIRa 111 il rlfcB m CrLx&?2rttj' ft mw i wM H Milton Dronncr In ) Loulsvillo Iho Kind You, Have Always Bought, and which has been Iferald. rat-tat-t- at sol-ille- Washington, Juno 21. American soldiers nro now holding tho fighting lino for n dhlnnco of thirty-thre- e miles on tho western front, according to Information given mchibors of tho IIoiiRO Military Committeo tn .lay at tho weekly conference with Sccrfctarv Uakor and General March, Chlcf "f staff. This rollngo Is held by "nil Ameri can" forces under command of Ameit- enn officers, located nt six rilffetcnt places along tho fighting line. Other Americans aro at tho front with Hrltlsh and French units. Members of tho committeo wero told again thnt tlioro was no thought of of diminishing tho movement troops across tho Atlantic becauso of off the Amer tho operation of ican coast. After tho conference Representative Caldwell, of New York, said as far as America is concerned, "tho war will begin next September." Iiy that time materials now being manufactured will be ready In great abundance for making tho presence of American troops felt by the enemy, and tho fighting planned for tho United Stntes soldiers will havo begun. Fighting on tho Italian front wns discussed nnd military authorities declared It has not reached a stago to bo considered serious for tho allies. Members of tho committee said a guns sufficient number of rapid-fir- e now Is being manufactured hero to supply tho needs of American troops and that the output will bo increased as needed. FAST, LIGHT AIRPLANES. Will Ho Produced In The American Factories Soon. Ilnltlmoro, MiL.Juno 20. Says Charles M. Schwab: "Tho of tho German ma chlno guns is being answered not only by our bravo boys over thoro In company with their gallant allies. It Is being, nnswered over hero In 137 shipyards by tho of tho riveting machines. And the reply is going to bo very satisfactory from nn American standpoint." "How satisfactory In figures? I shot nt tho steel king, who is director general of Undo Sam's shipbuilding endeavors. "I never mako predictions," Schwab responded to my query. "I like only to let accomplished facts speak for themselves. "Wo put 2G3.000 tons of ships In tho water in May. Not launched mere ly, but nctually in commission to do tho work Undo Sam wants them to do. That means moro than an overage of 10,000 tons for every working day. The ships actually averaged about C- ,000 tons. Won't Miike Predictions. "Docs that represent the maximum ,vo will accomplish per month? Again, nothing doing on tho prediction stuff. It simply gives a measure of what wo hope to (o. "Wo havo lrcady broken somo world's records In the time It took to build tho Tucknhoe and tho South Polo. And I know tho men in the shipyards aro full of zest for more such records. "This job is Intensely interesting. My part in it Is twofold: "First To direct and arouse a spirit of enthusiasm among tho men which makes for successful accomplishment. "Second To sco that every ounce of natcrlal needed for tho shipyards Is produced, whether It bo steel plates, engines, boilers or what not. 'As to tho first: Ihlnk tho men In the shipyards already have tho enthusiasm for tho job in hand. Thero Is generous rivalry between tho various yards, which makes for largo accomplishment. That is what is meant by my slogan, 'Enthusiasm and comrat-tat-t- at in use for over over 30 years, has borne the signature of and has been made under his per- - Maxim Gorky's nowspaper, the Novala Zhcsn, quoted by the Dally News' correspondent nt Stockholm. The Novala Zhlsn claims to glvo tho text of a dispatch sent by General Falkenhnyn, former chief of tho Gor-mgeneral staff, which, It says, was Intercepted, In which General Falkpn-hny- n declares that tho battles on the Western front aro critical and decisive, but that In order to lnsuro definite victory and tho end of tho war; the concentration of enormous forces will bo necessary. "In view of tho fact that our troops on tho Russian nnd Ukralno fronts havo attained their objects," tho dls patch continues, "nnd aro now resting, tho Emperor has instructed tho general staff to tnko measures for the transportation to Franco of tho majority of tho German forces In White Russia, Ukraln and Great Russia, leaving there onlysmall detachments necessary to maintain order." Tho transportation, according to tho quoted message, was to bo effected within seven days. Strong measures wero to bo taken against pjosslblo Interference by employes of tho Russian railway with the troop movement. 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TROOP TRANSPORT ESCAPES FROM cross-examinin- r- .. .1, o WlioopInK Cougli. In this dlsoaso It Is Important that tho cough bo, kept looso and oxpoc-toratleasy, which can bo dono by on giving Chamberlain's Cough Homed'. Mrs. V. II. Martin, Peru, Ind., writes, ".My two daughtora had whooping cough. I gavo thorn Chamboriams Cough Remedy and It worked llko a ni charm." -- THE Ml: OK SERVICE. . i VS. HY.MHOL OK THE CI.U1I. Any keen observor can sco thaj. ithero Is a New Spirit In business. J Tho onrllest business of mankind U.ma nn n bnsls of savagery, a fight f to get possession of property. Ilrawn and lhubclo wero essential; ino conthv march, tho night raid, tho ambush, tho club theso wero tools Washington, Juno 21. American alrpl'ano factories soon will bo called upon to produce n fast single-seate- d piano in nddftlon to tho fighting bombing planes now being constructed. Preparations for tho production of tho smaller and lighter plane, It Is stated authoratlvely, aro under way, although details as to construction and tests of tho machlno havo not boon mado public. Tho now pianos will bo tho first of tho typo to bo constructed In this country for tho Amorlcan governOn account of the. constant ment. ImprovomontH being mado upon tho fust mnchlnos, upon rocoiumondntlon of Gen. Pershing, all previous contracts, amounting to approximately n.'i.OOO.OOO, wero placed with firms try. abroad. "For, by golly, holms!" o Decision to build tho slnglo-seato- d palnos In this country Is taken to In REACH COMPROMISE ON dicate that army officials boliavo tho , PNEUMATIC MAIL TURKS duy of tho two man duels In the air Is passing and that tho pursuit pianos Washington, June 21. A compro- aro becoming moro and more useful. nilso In tho controversy In Congress over Federal purchase of pneumatic Simple Wash Removes mall tube systems in several of tho large cltlos of tho country, proposed Rings Under Eyes o n Senate amendmont to tho Rockport jiooplo will bo surprisod In appropriation bill, was reached miiIi1.-1tuirn I.nvmitlk ovo wash liw relieves blood shot eyes and dark was agreed to submit the entire rings. Ono young man who had eye Commerce and very unsightly dark rings iattor to tho Interstate trouble Commission with a requirement for was relieved by ONE WASH with . -- . Lavoptlk. His slstor nfso removed whether tho ruKUiuiiin In il.rnn ilnvs. A i'ecomuur .tml.. i.,t bo purchased, their small bottle Lavoptlk Is gunrunteod tubes should leaso continued or abandoned as a to bonoflt EVERY CASE weak strainDuring tho ed or Inflamed eyes. Aluminum oyo mall auxllary servlco. druggists Investigation tho tubes would' bo concup FREE. Harrol Hros. 4 tinued, in operation until March 4, at Rockport. 1919. Postmaster General Hurleson was JUT MIM AT LAST. to opposo tho comreported y Mablo (at hall gamo an pitcher promise and still demanding aban"boans" tho batter): "Oh, goody, donment of tho tubes. He has writ-to- n Chairman Moon, of the House goody! Tho pitcher has hit him at e buggestlug Committeo, last does that win tho gumo now? ! -I v rj An Atlantic Port, June 21. An American troop transport formerly a German liner, which returned this week from a French port.Was subject ed to a shellfiro attack from a German submarine two days out from the port of departure, it became known here The transport escaped by superior speed, although a running battle lasting more than an hour took place In which moro than 100 shots wcro fired by the two vcsels. The submarine appeared to havo ono gun that outranged any carried by the transport and from this gun shots, there were counted thirty-fiv- e none of which, however, hit tho petition.' "As to tho second: Wo aro getting American ship. The submarine did tho material as wo need them, and not venture closo enough to use a torpedo. I hope this will continue!" No Fraction With Daniels. "I see It stated Secretary Daniels U. S. PROVIDING RIFLES I'OR 4,000,000 MEN yield to your insistent demand for the output df ono of tho big turbine Washington, Juno 20. In tho factories," I Interjected. ."I am glad you brought that up," belief that congress will order an Cchwab replied earnestly. "People army of at least 4,000,000 by tho end aro always talking as If thero wero of the year, the Ordnance department friction between Mr. Daniels nnd me. has prepared new rlflo delivery sched There ft not a word of truth In It. ules, which will guarantee tho armMr. Daniels has been fine, Just fine. ing of tho now men as soon as they, Ho has been helpful In every possible reach tho training camps. In addition, provision will bo made way. Ho has been a very good friend for the arming of at least 1,000,000 for years. "Wo ncvor had a difference save members of homo guard units. Alover business matters, and then only ready about 10,000 rifles of the .Ross type, formerly used by tho Canadians, In a more or less Jocose manner. "Hut I don't want to talk about my-so- and an equal number from the 500,- I would rather talk" about tho 000 rifles manufactured for tho Rus sian government and owned now by mon In tho yards. want tho shipyard workers to tho United States havo been allotted "I hold their heads high when thoy go the New York stato troops. mm out with their wives or sweethearts. Wo won't glvo them a uniform, but EASTIjAND VICTIMS' HEIRS SUING FOR $3,300,000 wo intond to give each man who has boon on tho Job without lntormlsslon Springfield, Ill.,Juno 22. A total for gour months a servlco pin. Ho will get an c.xtrn bar for every two of $3,300,000 Is asked from tho stat'o month-- ' nddltional service. Ho should of Illinois by heirs of victims of tho bo as proud to wear It as tho soldier Eastland steamship disaster In Chi who displays his servlco badgo, and cago. 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CHICAGO You Can You Be Whatever want To Be o In Its regulations govornlng tho price of wool, tho War Industries Hoard allows dealers to mako a ehargJ of 3 per cont of tho soiling prlre It tho wool Is not graded, and 3 Vt per cont If graded. This commis sion Is to cover all shortage, cartage, and insurance. mm You can be a success, and a bigsuccess, if you have ..,... post-oinc- 10 PLR CENT INCREASE GRANTED NEW ENPR1CSS CO. Washington, Juno 20. Tho con solidated will Express company, which . p start operations July 1 wth Increase in tho rates of about ten per cent, with tho sanction of tho Interstate commerco comission, it was Many oxcoptlons to learned tho general Incrcaso aro to bo mado, however. to-da- AMBITION, ERERGJ, NERVE. The road to success is easy if you are properly prepared. A Business Education is the chief requisito for preparedness. The big men of today almost without exception are the men who prepared yesterday. We prepare you for the position that are waitiu for the prepared man or woman. School in session the entire year. Pupils may enter at any time and receive proper classification. m to-da- Post-offic- FACTS ON FOURTH; LOAN. Washington, Juno 20. Tentatlvo plans for tho Fourth Liberty Loan, us Indicated by tho treasury, are: Amounted, at least $6,000,000,000. Interest rato, 4 H por cont, , Campaign to open early in October. Denomination of bonds same as third loan. v II 1 BB ihH I (Incorporated) OWENSBORO KY. Mtcn'tHMJHwws Hr "2 pw r"PP' zm'.rww"-'- ' i ;' r '' Fjr r!",'",li,i"l " t kJ'fK ' - W "l "T . -- J? ' r,- - - . v.-- - - , v .t. , r '' ij 'TSf'"1 ,''VV'f t " nrhe Hartford Republican cv Published Weekly by HARTFORD PRINTING! COMPANY Incorporated C. E. SMITH, W. S..TINSLBY, Sec.-Trcas. of Appc.il In the roiled dowx. Second Judicial uivlct, nnd-lk- o l, of Heaver Dam, nnd John Tho federal control of railroads will cross In tho first four months of such operof Hnrdlnsburg, swords for tho congressional ation cost tho government $100,000,- 000. Judge of tha Court Mn-so- n, Hns-xvel- COMING TO HARTFORD JTU1UY 3, Trosldent joiix hexry thomas Editor t W. S. TIXSLEY, Asoclao Editor mid Business Malinger. Entered according to law nt tho rostofllce, Hartford, Ky., as mall matter of tho sccond'class. Address nil communications Tho Hartford ncpubHcan. i i pinto advertising for bond nnd stamp pint advertising for bond nnd stamp sales porslst In using the pictures of Bemocrntlc politicians In innklng such plates. Tho prnctlco Is Inexcusable. Wo nro loyally supporting tho administration In tho prpsecutlon of the war, but wo nro not interested In furthering tho political fortunes of Democratic leaders. Thq, British government hnscnllwl for army sorvlco men up to fifty one years ofd. Somo of the mountain counties of Kentucky wero tho only counties in tho United States to volunteer their total quota of men nnd cscnpo tho draft. to r it v i I We should like to see a big service will flag, with a 'bluo star on Its field for Anonymous every soldier boy in tho camps or In receive no attention. France, floating from tho flag pole in the court house yard. Who will lead TELEPHONES. 123 Cumberland tho movement for tho popular sub01) ' Farmers Mutunl scription to buy tho flag? Let us send tho message to our .boys in tho 3VSE 28 camps and on tho fields of France FRIDAY Hint we at least float a star on the breeze at homo In holy memory of The city fathers might perform a them. useful service by calling a weed cutting day. When tho victorious allies begin to build anew the national fabrics of We The mall service is improving1. tho old world they should not forget received our Owensboro Sunday Mes- their duty to broken and bleeding senger on tho first mall Tuesday. Russia. Russia under the rule of the Bolshevlkl mob may present litThe government must raiso vast tle claims for sympathy, but it must cuius of money with which to win not be forgotten that Russia did buying the war. Do your part by bleed and die In the great hour of the savings stamps. war alles' need, and her army plnyad an "73" part In staying the hand of boys "over there" are risking important Tho the Hun until England, France and their lives for us. Let us do our Italy could prepare for the final confull duty by buying War Savings quest. Stamps to help feed them while they fight. At the August primary the people of Ohio county will be called upon If plowing farm land when it is measure, tax. wet makes the ground run together to vote on the roadimposeTho a tax of 20 drag- if it carries, will and get hard, why would not on the hundred dollars worth ging the roads after a rain have the cents of property to bo expended for road same effect? purposes. For every dollar of road The Interest on tho Ave hundred tax tho people vote upon themselves dollars spent for the llnolium that the stato will pay three dollars to the stands ended up on the floor at tho road fund of tho county. Tho people court house, would Bill up a good are offered good roads if they will pay only 25 per cent of the cost of sized mwlhole. building them. The proposition looks We must worry along with 3G too good to be lost. pounds of sugar a year, but it helps Tho spirit of the allies Is now a little bit to know that in England they get only 26 pounds, and In firmly fixed that the war mus be fought to a complete overthrow of France and Italy only 13. the German power. Time and exIt Is definitely settled now that pense will not bo considered In the there will be no change made in draft larger necessity of Anally and forages at the present time. Further ever destroying the German military consideration will be given tho matter machine. The future tranquility of mankind can bo secured only by after the summer adjournment. crushing tho military monster that Is After raising a great tempest In a drenching the world in blood. Left tea pot about the matter England has with a germ of life It would rise up given up the idea of conscription in again to threaten the peace of manIreland. England knows how to raise kind and tho civil progress of the an Irish army but she is not willing to world. German lust for conquest pay the price Homo Rule. mubt bo 'destroyed. communications ! Church Notices for services rree, l)ut other advertisements, 5c per lino. ranee. Subscribers desiring tho paper sent to a now address must glvo tho old nddress in making the request. Business Locals nnd Notices 10c per line, nnd Pc per ljno for additional Insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards of Thanks, 5c per line, money in notice to subscribers. Jack Johnson, tho negro pugilist States, on n newspapers the Democratic months that Senator James would forfeited bond, offered to volunteer have no opposition in his own party in tho nnthma'1 arniy,but tho authori After being solemnly assured by for in cxilo from tho United for tho nomination nt tho August primary, It turns out that Olllo will have to submit to n race. Tho Hon. Press Kimball, former congressman from tho seventh district, has announced against James, and will give him n raco. ties refused to accept him. In a rear end collision nt Gary, Indiana, fifty nine people woro killed and 115 injured. Tho killed and injured wero on tho Hngcrback-wallacshow train, nnd tho nccldcnt will probably put tho famous show out of f. rW jxp XiShHHHS' TwE WL 2LJ3r' fiflft jTmUM JBRPt -- j i KF Md ljw' a,& EhT : &S B luisiucss. - " . .. A big contonment is to bo built nt West Point, Ky., for nrtlllory training. It will embrace 40,000 acres and accomodate 30,000 men. ; Those people who are using more flour or sugar than is allowed are disloyal to tho country, disloyal to their fellowmon who are sacrificing to save food for our army, and aiding the enemy to murder our sons. A few enterprising fnrmers in the county are keeping In repair tho public roads upon which their farms lie. This is a commcndablo public spirit, and should bo more generally adopted. Just after tho president said "let politico fatand adjourned," Tom Marshall appeared beforo m the Indiana state Democratic convenTEACHERS' EXAMINATION. Demotion and mado a cratic speech. Why dosm't the pros-idoAn examination for tenchors ceradjourn Tom? tificates was hold at Fordsvillo Friday and Saturdny. Thirteen appliTom Marshall says providonco has cants appoared for examination. Of sot tho prosldont on tho mountain s, two seconsays Gott those hevon made peak of duty. Tho KaUer d-class certificates and four failis his partner. As bctwoou tho de- ed. clarations of Marshall and tho Kaiser certifiThoso making first-clahow Is the humblo layman to toil cates woro: Evan Owon 91 which ono has lied on tho Lord7 Modgo Stanley Murphy 02 For onco tho Ainorican people Hoovor SB, Zoda Raymond 95 Henry liavo an opportunity to perform a Abblu Whittlnghill 92 and Mrs. Ira D. patriotic sorvlco and nt tho banio Warner 91 time consorvo their personal fortunes. Funk 97 with Thoso limiting second-clasBy practicing a littlo selfdoninl and Savings Stamps thoy will their grades woro: Emlo Uoswcll buying Wur ami Edith Austin 81 help both tho government nnd them- 82 selves. FLEE FROM HKItMN. Every living human being must Copenhagen, Juno. Four residents cat bread, bo the government fixed the price of wheat that all might eat. of Berlin uttempted to escape from Every human body, from tho babo Germany Thursday in two airplanes. in tho manger to tho corpse in tho )no succeeded in landing in Denmark, coffin, must wear cotton. Then why but tho other was brought down in does not tho government fix tho price tho Baltic Sea by Gorman guardshlps. k Tho machine which landed In of cotton? one of had two occupants, O, well, wo will havo a primary. whom, a reserve olllccr, is a professThoy M. L. Heavrln, of Hartford, nnd F. or in tho University of Berlin. J. Pentncost, of Henderson, vill con- say they fled from Berlin because of test tho Republican nomination for the conditions thcro. nt nt fiiat-classs 10-1- 1, ll, ll, 1, 1. s, 1. Don-mar- America must win this war. The y is German military power stronger than that of tho allies. This inequality must bo overcome by the addition of American strength. Wo must send men and money in vast numbers and quantities to the relief of our allies. The condition is serious and calls for tho best that is In tho hearts of our people. Every man, woman and child should perform labor, luxuries somo productive should bo scorned and evory possible sacrlflco should bo made till wo win tho war. To hesitate to sacrlllco is not only disloyal, it Is a crime. to-da- Mrs. Arthur Miller and daughter, According to Gen. March wo will Myrl, of Tulsa, Okla., aro visiting have one million soldiers in France Mrs. Miller's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Chnpmnn. by July 1. Mrs. J. F. Cnscbicr and sons, Tax-toand Frank Kclley, Miss Blrchle Wash., n section Af Castle Rock, crew of seven is composed of women, Leach, and Mn,. Daisy Wright motored to Louisville last week, nnd were who work in overalls. the guests of Mrs. Jasper Coleman of whllo in tho city. Henry Waltz, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Robert Hayncs, U S. !., s Hawesvllle, havo six sons in tho army, visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs and have a youngerson who will soon Hayncs. bo old enough for draft service. Mrs. Eliza Raley has returned to Despite prohibition and higher her home, nftcr a visit to her daughprices the consumption of whisky in ter, Mrs. Lawrence Annis, nnd Vr tho United States for tho year 1917 Annis, of Logansport. Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Klnkend and was the largest in the country's hisere Miss Lllllo Draper, of Illinois, tory. visiting relatives at Taylor Mine. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Chapman. Mr. Tho freight omces of tho L. & X. nnd Mrs. Win. Chapman, Mrs. Arthur and tho I. C. railroads at Owensboro wcr wBl bo combined, and will bo con- Miller, and Miss Mj;rl Miller tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mason solidated at tho freight offices now Taylor tho first of the week. used by the L. & N. Mrs. Mattlo Boiling and son, Raleigh Shelton, of Pine Bluff, Ark , NOTICE TO ROAD CONTRACTORS. nro visiting relatives here. Mrs. J. P. Taylor and son, Orman. Notice is hereby given that on the left for Detroit last week. Dr. Hart 12th day of July, 191S, at tho court charge of the hotel. house door in Hartford, Ky., bids will has taken Mrs. Maubra Ranncy Is visiting be received by the Ohio County FisCromwell and I.o.nf-por- t. cal Court for the grading and con- relatives near struction of about 21 miles of inter-counseat State aid road as folday's fair will be A special, one The Hartford-Hardlnsbur- g lows: Ohio road from the town limits of Hart- held at tho grounds of tho on July ford to tho junction of the Sulphur County Fair, Co., Hartford, Springs and Davidson Station roads, 4th 191S. Rings for tho exhibition of horses under saddle and In hnrness, near tho Milton Taylor place. Plans and specifications for tho speed rings and races on tho tracks, Conio. construction of this road are on (Ho In as well as other attractions. your old friends and spend tho he ollice of the Commissioner of Pub- meet lic Roads, Frankfort, Ky., and tho day pleasantly. DR. L. B. BEAN'.managet olfico of the County Judge of Ohio any or county. Tho right to reject Each bid must all bids is reserved. MORE PATRIOTIC GIRLS. be accompanied by a check for $500 as a guarantee 10 enter into con Misses Myrtle and Edna Austin, tract with tho Fiscal Court if the bid- dnughters of Mr. and Mrs. Lon Ausder bo awarded the work. tin, of Beaver Dam, are taking MACK COOK, tho place In tho field of the These plucky Judge Ohio County Court. 52t2 boy "over there." girls replanted twenty acres of corn and mado hills for eight acres of toItEl) CROSS NOTES. bacco, and aro putting in bix days a Orders havo been received by tho week In tho field.o-Ohio county chapter giving her quota I'KNTURTOWN. of work until Sept. 1st. Tho work rooms In Hartford have Mr. Otto Stranpfor, of Cincinnati, been nicely cleaned, a now liuoloum Ohio, was tho guest of Miss Nolllo laid In tho sewing room. Two now Goodall last weok. machines Installed and tho ladles will Sir. Matthow Benton, who Is locatbo notified when tho matorlnl arrives ed nt Wost Point, Ky., spout from s, and whon work will bo resuinod. Saturday until Monday with his Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Benton. Mr. W. M. Fair of Fair & Co. Miss Noln fato Is visiting hor parkindly donated two now ' window ents at Hodgcnvillo, Ky. shades, much needed in tho roms and Mr. E. G. Hagorman and family tho awning for tho rear room has Ky. So that the rooms havo moved to Moorman, been ordered. Mrs. John Lindloy, of Point Pleaswill bo more comfortablo during tiio ant, spoilt Saturday night nnd Sunsummer. day with Mr. E. M. Davis and fum-ilHartford friends of tho Red CnBs, havo responded promptly to cu-rMessrs. Marvin and Wallaco Carsuggestion of articles needed at tho lisle camo homo Monday from Akron, rooms and now tho only profejil want Ohio, whoro thoy havo been employThe ed for somo tlmo. Is a half dozen moro chairs two court house benches havo been Mrs. Arvin Tichonor, of Nocrcek, roniovcd and somo comfortable sow- is visiting friends and rolativcs hero. Musters Clinton and Clydo Lako, ing chairs would bo accop'..M3. lot Louisville, aro visiting relatives ut this placo. OUR PRICES. Miss Kulu Rancor attended tho $3.00 per bushel Millet Seed $2.25 per bushel conforonco of tho Epworth Leaguo, Stock Peas Soy Beans $4.00 per bushel nt RussollviUo, last weok. Messrs. S. M. Dexter and J. F. D. L. D. SANDEFUR. Ross aro on tho sick list. Beavor Dam, Ky. 50tf Tho fow cases of small pox aro getDON'T BELIEVE ALL YOU HEAR. ting along nicely, Don't always tako a customor's MAGAN. word for It that a competitor Is cutting below you in price. Thcro aro Quito n large crowd attended tho such things ns iishonest shoppers, you know. Investigate thoso claims, ico cream supper hero Saturday night. The supper was given by BUI first. n, ty opar-ont-y. y The flvo big express companies of tho country havo been merged Into one company, known ns the Federal Express Company, and placed under federal control. Ratesnro advanced 10 per cent. THE FAMOUS OCTETTE OF HAWAIIAN PLAYERS Doors open at 8 :30 P. M. Admission, adults 55 cents; children under 12, 28 cents, LOUIS (KELLY) RILEY, Manager. war tax included. HEAVKIt DAM. Evans nnd Lcslio Edge. Miss Rosa. Daniel, who has been In Daviess county for some time. Is visiting relatives here. Mr. Bluford Greer, of .Cannlou, Mo., Is spending a few week. with relatives hore. Mr. Greer is In very poor health. ,, Mrs. Rebecca Brown Is visiting her son, Mr. G. G. Brown, near Bolls Run. Mrs. Mnttlo Whltelioiisc has b.ad nn attack of rheumatism. Mr. Warren Mldklff, wife and little daughter, Willie, spent Saturdny night with his Jirother, Cicero. Mosley ,fc Midkiff hnvo bought Bon-ni- o Mldklff's stock of goods. They are the only merchant here now. Mr. Alec Mncan and family snont Sunday with Mr Magan's mother. Miss Veola Wcstcrflont went to A lllfi TAX DAY. Somctlmo ngo n stato rovenuo ngont camo hero and went through tho county clerk's olllco In search of delinquent tax payers. Ho found novornr hundred delinquents nnd land sales. Tho delinquents were notified nnd Wednesday was tho day set for them to come in to settle with tho Rovenuo Agent. Tho ngont failed to come. A big bunch camo In, and It looked like Circuit Court dny In Hartford. Tho penalty for delinquency Is heavy," nnd it requires three times as much to pay tho tax as it would hnvo taken had it been paid when first due. mm NO PETIT JURY. Fonlsville Saturday. Mrs. Fronn Rnlph and Mrs ! Judge, It. atrlce Whltehouse went 10 llaitford one day last week for somo duntal work. Several from here attended singing nt Beech Valley Sunday havo been directed by Circuit W. Slnck, to notify nil parties nnd witnesses In cases In Circuit Court and Petit Jurors, that there will bo no peflt Jury empanncled at tho July 1918 term of tho Ohio Circuit Court and they need not attend. S. A. BRATCHER. S O. C. I Remember the Flag of Liberty. Buy War Saving Stamps The flag means liberty, safety and happiness to America. Because Americans have always been willing to fight for it. ' Our boys are in France. They are giving their lives. They are withstanding shell-firthe bayonet, poison gas. and the brutal fighting methods of the Hun. Do your part. Support the flag. BuyWarSav-.in- g Stamps every week. e, Let Carson & Company supply you with seasonable and novelty merchandise for immediate needs. Dainty Wash. Good for Summer Voil, in assorted colors Plain Voil all colors Plain Voil, all colors Fancy Voil 100 pieces of Lawn Satin-strip- e most desirable and appropriate frocks. Moreover, they are very economical. warm-weather 25c 25c 35c 25c to 50c 10c to 20c Cool crisp Voils, with their colorings and novel patterns, make the. most charming summer dresses. The sheerness and freshness of this fabric result in Carson HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. (i Co. A li M Rev. Virgil Elgin will preach at Mr. Mark Renfrow, of Sunnydnlo, tho Methodist church Sunday at 11: called on us whllo In town 00 A. M., and also in tho evening. A patriotic rally will bo held at tho John Pat Jones' wifo died, of heart trouble nt her homo In Hnytl Wed- Methodist rhurch hero Sunday. Judgo W. E. Scttlo will deliver an addross. nesday night. pecial One Day Fair OHIO COUNTY FAIR GROUNDS S .V S Mid-Summ- rf AMV Ni Mr. C. E. Smith spent Sunday with Mr. Jnmcs Dennett has bought tho S. O. his daughter, Httlo Miss Martha Mary, rcsldcnco property of Kcown, on Fred lea street. who lives with hor grand mother, Mrs. W. P. Render, near Point Certainly, wo'ro nil going to tho ono day special fair nt tho Ohio County Fair Grounds, July 4th. Mrs. W. L. Acton, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. B. S. Ellis, Mr. John Hell and family went to loft for Owensboro, a fow dnys Point Pleasant Sunday nml spent the going to her homo nt Port Clinday with Mr. Bell's mother. ton, Ohio. Ilov. Russell Wnlkor Is In to attend tho Summer Assembly of Daptist Sunday Schools. lo HARTPORD9KYa JULY 4th, 1918. bc-fo- ro Miss Nell Twoddell, of Midland, er Millinery Mlss'Xouatt Rhoads and Miss Gortrudo Schlommor, of Hartford, spent I 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. tho wcok with Mlnnlo Lautcrwassor, Attorney C. E. Commonwealth's Routo 1. Smith Is In Owensboro attending n special session of tho criminal court. Thcro Is a lady's sllper at this that was found on tho Sulphur Mrs. George Bunger is very 111 of Springs road. Tho owner may have age, and Httlo troubles incident to old It by calling for it and paying for hopes aro entertained for her recov this ad. ery. Mr. nnd Mrs. Chester Leach, of Beaver Dam, spent tho week end with Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Blanken- shlp. Messrs. Charlies and J. M. Baker, and Miss Salllo Baker, of Patesvlllo, and Mrs. Bcllo Clark, of Owensboro, visited relatives at Sunnydale Saturday and Sunday. of-fl- co ItlXO PROGRAM. Class 1 Best Jack, any age, $10.00. Clnss 2 Jersey Cattle. Best Cow, any age, (Promlum by Acton Bros.) $8.00. Cattle. Class 3 Hereford Best Cow, any age, (premium by Hartford Bottling Works, J. R. Hoover, Prop.) $8.00. Class 4 Saddle Horses. Best Saddlo Stallion, maro or gelding, any ago $15.00. Class 5 Harness fforses. Best Harness Stallion, maro or gelding, any age, $15.00. Class C Ladles' Riding Ring, $5.00. Boys' Riding Ring, $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 Roxy's Chief, $12.00; $8.00 to first, $4.00 to second. (Premium by Black & Blrk-hea- d, owners.) Clnss 9 Best couplo in cako walk, $10.00; $7.50 to first, $2.50 to second. Stock sales will bo held at 12:30. SPEED PROGRAM. -- mllo dash, two Mulo Race, in three, $8.00. 2:30 Trot or Pace, mllo heats, 3 best in 5, $100.00. -- Mllo dash, 2 best in 3, $75.00. dash, 2 best in 3, $100.00. Summer Dress Goods A splendid., array., of., beautiful patterns in Silks, Georgette, Crepe de Chine, Organdies, Voiles, Flaxons, Demities, Etc. 0 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. I&XR&9t The Hartford Mrs. Waymon R. Cooper and Httlo County court clerk Blankenshlp daughter, Louise, of Evunsvlllc, nro Is beating tho thirty-si- x hour law. tho guests of Mrs. A. B. Riley this Ho bought a hundred dollars worth of seed peas and went to his farm week. .Monday morning. Upon leaving for tho army Mr. Mrs. E. D. Turley and son, Edward, Simon Smith left his educated horso, centaur, In the enro of Mr. Anderson of Chicago, aro visiting Mrs. Turley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Williams. Davison. They will be Joined nctt week by Mr. Mrs. LlzziBBnrnes and Miss Ella Turley for a brief visit. Herring left tho first of tho week for a two weeks' stay nt Dawson Following tho musical entertain Springs. ment of tho Hawaiian players, Wed nesday night', July 3, a danco will bo Vasco Cardcn, of Owensboro, a for- given at which tho Hawaiian players mer Ohio county boy, has enlisted In will furnish the music. tho Navy, and is in training at Paris Island, S. C. Mr. S. H. Allen, of Laurel, Miss., Duncan and Mr. , and Miss Lucllo Mrs. Wllhelmena Fehr, of Cannel-ton- John Duncan, of Hawesville, were Ind., is spending tho summer guests of Judge and Mrs. John B. with her daughter, Mrs. W. C. Wilson Saturday and Sunday. Schlcmmer. Rev. Virgil Elgin, former pastor of Mr. Henry Plrtle, an enterprising tho Methodist church hero, and wife farmer near town, has purchased a and daughter, arrived in Hartford farm tractor, and is well pleased Tuesday for a ten days' stay with with Its work. Rev. Elgin's son, Mr. Virgil Elgin. The Famous Owensboro Band Has Been Procured to Furnish Music for the Occasion. s POULTRY WANTED! Hens 21c, Cox He, Chix 25c. Subject to Change of Market. Watch These Columns Our prices will appear each week. We buy poultry every day. Republican . JUXK 118 M., H. & E. R. It. TIME TABLE. 9:05 a. m. 6.45 P. m. South Bound, No. 116 Due at Hartford Worth Bound, No. 114 Due at Hartford (Both "Mixed" Tralni.) I Personal News - and Social Euents. Mo for tho ono day's big fair July for salo at AC- 4th. needs nml mortgages this office 4 Buy your BALE TIES from TON BROS. G2t2 For RUBBER ROOFING sco BROS. G2t2 L. Mr. I. S. Mason was in town tho first of tho wcok. J-Eldor W. J. Brandon, of Fordsvlllo, was in town Monday. Whlppoorwlll Peas $2.75 per bu. at W. E. ELLIS & BRO. COtf Col. Edwin Forbes, of Fordsvlllo, was in town Saturday. You will pay your subscription ovontually, why not now? Mr. J. A. Bollniny,of was In town Wednesday. Deanflold, ( r)Water Coolers, Rofrlgorators and G2t2 Ico Boxes nt ACTON BROS. If you havo something to soil it In tho Republican. A now floor la being laid on tho bridgo across Rough rlvor horo. "If your business is not worth vertising advortlso It for sale." ad- X, ' Mrs. John Mooro, of Loulsvlllo, is . visiting her mothor, Mrs. Mat Ross.' County attorney A. D. Kirk was In Louisville from Saturday until Monday. K Mr. Nat Lindley and daughter, Dr. Ellis Jones, of Kelfer, Okla., Miss Willyc, of Point Pleasant, were has been commissioned a First LieuMaster Paul Wright, of Fdrdsvllo, pleasant callers at Tho Republican tenant in tho National army. Dr. Is visiting his aunt, Mra. S. O. Keown. office Tuesday. Jones was reared near Fordsvlllo, and Is a son of Mr. W. R. Jones, Cet RYE and whole WHEAT Miss Helen Anderson, daughter of FLOUR from W.- E. WLLIS & BRO. Mrs. S. A. Anderson, of Loulsvlllo, Dr. C. M. Heavrln and wife, Dr. C. Tho younger generation at Mellon- is tho gue'.t of her grandmotfier.Mrs. E. Heavrln, D. Arnold McCarty, Mrs. ry aro afflicted with whooping cough, John P. Morton. J. W. McCarty and son, James, of That great octotto of Hawiian mu Owensboro, motored over to Hartford Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Keown spent Sunday with rolatives in Fordsvlllo. sicians, now touring tho country, will Monday and had dinner with Mr. and not pass this way again. Hear it at Mrs. M. L. Heavrln. MAXWELL CARS nnd Parts can Hartfo'rd July 3. Lieut. Waynian Rlchnds, of tho bo had at OHIO COUNTY MOTOR County tax commissioner, DIHIs quartermasters "department of tho 52t2. CO'S. Ward, wont to Frankfort Tuesday to army, at Atlanta, Georgia, recently Mrs. J. W. Jones, of Murray, is attend tho stato meeting of county visited his rolatives at Forisville. It was Lieut. Richards' first furlough visiting her mother, Mrs. Laura tax commissioners. in four years of service. Stevens. Misses Voneta, Ouida and Helen Mrs. F. L. Felix returned MonMr. James Davis and Httlo son, Barnard, of Dundee, woro guests of Sunnydale, called on us Superintendent and Mrs. E. S. How- day from a visit with relatives in Diamond, of Louisville. She was 'accompanied Wednesday. ard. Friday nnd Saturday. homo by hor daughter, Mrs. C. B. Row Norman Robinson, of Caldwell Knlskorn, of Brooklino, Mass., who Jtidgo John B. Wilson mado a, business trip to Evansvlllo tho first county, preached at Cano Run church, will spend some time hero. near Horso Branch, Sunday and at of tho week. Miss Arllo Thomas, dnughter of Narrows Sunday evonlng. Mr. J. H. Thomas, who has been Mr. nnd Mrs. Ellis Alien, of near St. Mary Magdalfne's parochiRev. Chester Stevens nnd wifo, of Contertown, aro tho parents of a boy, to their al school, in Louisville, came home Loulsvlllo, havo returned born Tuesday. homo, after n visit with Rev. Stev- Monday. Miss Thomas was awarded the scholarship medal nt the close of en's mother, Mrs. Laura StcVens.- Robert Chlnn, a Camp Taylor sol the school. dlor boy, is visiting his homo folks 2 FOR SALE 1000 second-hnnnt Cool Springs. Mr. Norval Brown and wifo nnd bushel wheat sacks. 20 cents each, daughter, of Nowcastlo, Ind., aro vis only, whllo thoy last. for cash Mr. C. T. Sutton, of Owensboro, nit2. Mr. iting rolatives at McIIenry. HARTFORD MILL CO. guoat of friends In Fordsvlllo was tho Brown loft Newcastle In a car at tho first of tho wcok. Sunday night, and drove all Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Salleo, who visiting tho family of night, reaching Owensboro late Monhavo been Honr tho famous Hawaiian musici Judge R. R. Wedding, returned to day aftornoon. 3, at 8:30 P. M. ans at Hartford July their homo at East St. Louis, 111., Admission 55 nnd 28 cents. Wo want to give tho public a Wednesday. friendly warning that thoro is n city Mr. nnd Mrs. Lon'Whlte, of Horso ordinance against hitching horses to Mr. Chnrllo Cordon shipped a car hero this wcok. Ho Branch, went to Chicago Saturday shndo trees in Hartford, and that on load of corn from to visit their son, Stoy, who Is In account of somo recent damago to paid $1.50 a bushel for It. i tho Groat Lakes Naval Training trees fines may possibly follow u vio lation of this ordinance. - Miss Tholma Bnxtor, of Beaver school, near that city. with Dam, Is spending tho weok-en- d Mr. Cook Bean, a former Ohio Don't suffer from heat over that Miss Gortrudo Schlommor. stove of yours this summer. Buy county man, now employed with the hot Attornoys Otto Martin and II. P. ono of our GOOD OIL STOVES und Loulsvlllo City Railway, is not afraid of tho thirty six hour labor law. Mr. Taylor woro in Evansvlllo on legal do your cooking with pleasure ACTON BROS. Bean hus worked ten hours, nnd fre52t2. business tho first of tho weok. quently longer, every day for tho W. D. Royal and Juno Litsoy, of- pabt fivo yeajs, Sunday included. Association Tho Paront-Tcacho- rs Graded will hold n call mooting at tho school ficers of tho Fordsvlllo Repeated warnings that this nows-papSchool, wero in Hartford Tuesday building at 3:00 this aftornoon. will not uso communications making out from tho Assessor's book not signed by tho wrltor do not Llout. Lum Iglohenrt, of Camp a tax list for tho school district. stop the flood of such contributions. Taylor, visited his mothor, Mrs. Ella Mr. J. W. Daniel and wifo, of Ola-to- n Wo must insist on our regular corIgloheart, tho first of tho weok. Routo 1, who have been visiting respondents observing this rule as Miss Ora Williams left yesterday their daughter, Mrs. Orvlllo Loyd, In well as tho occasional contributor. for Elgin, 111.! where she goo3 to ac- Ohio, for several weeks, havo returnMr. John Cook, of Banock, Butler cept u place in the Mercy Hospital of ed homo. Mrs. Loyd returned with county, Ms visiting his son, Judge them for a brief visit: city. that d, 10-3or DAVIDSON SEAY ADAMS CO. License No. W. E. ELLIS & BRO, Managers. TOSt9SS$S$$$$ PHOENIX wiLli iftf ALL COLORS VJP Hiafo ClotHiiig Co. navy yard for repairs. Mr. Haynes will do service on tho U. S. S. Texas after his return to duty July 15. On Mack Cook. Mr. Cook is ninety ono years old. This was his first trip to Hartford since tho civil war. wr. Cook has good health for his age. Unllko tho Judge tho elder Cook is a Democrat., 3 FOR SALB-On- o bred Jersey milch cow nnd (second) calf. Also ono good jorsoy cow ami (first,) calf. Prices, $100.00 nnd $80.00, respectively. R. I. BARNARD 50t3 Routo 3, Beavor Dam. $mswssss wo HARTFORD, KY. another pago of this paper will found a. very interesting letter from France, written by Heury Moorman, who resigned tho year old, pure offlco of Commonwealths attoruoy for tho Breckenrldgo- - Hardin- - Moade district to enlist as a privato in the national army. Tho letter was written to Mr. Frank B. Russell, of Loulsvlllo, by whoso courtesy wo reproduce it. en R. F. Hayncs, son of Mr. W. M. Haynes, of Beaver Dam, who Is in tho Naval service, is homo on furlough. Ho was formerly on tho U. S. S. Massachusetts which is now in the When v.ou havo Backacho tho liver or kidneys aro suro to be out of gear. Try Sanol, it does wonders for tho liver, kidneys und bladder. A trial 50c bottle will convluco you. Got it 4C-at the drug store w BOLSHEVIKI ARE IN NEW TROUBLES the fifth clinptor of John. Hut ono Toiumy. not finding his mother ton-Btrpprosontcd, promptly wrote out tho story In Wctlsli. So now thoro versions for visinro seventy-eigh- t tors to choose from. io Mr"'1 ftiflfl 549 IS TOTAL OF Pershing slnco last Sunday Included 140 killed in action, OS died of wounds, 38 died of dlscaso, 2 I died of accidents and other causes, 2CI wounded in action nnd 19 missing In action, including prisoners. With Homo 900,000 men now In Franco, tho small numbor of dentin from disease roportcd Is considered rather romarknblo and shows Hint tho American sotdloM aro in lino physical ; condition. t IIUXH SRMi LOOT OF WEEK'S CASUALTIES mmmmmm HOTEL fFMATAI WASlMfiTOIM 7a ii3K.. O.C. WJ? ves v5r . .. JK 5&3f sjjfly?Ahism(Sm WILL YOU TAKE OUR JWM GERMINAL REMEDY A Y Looters 14 Were Killed In Action, All Sides this xasii-- r.viw too I.OXO FOR 1IHA1) AVRITRR In France, In Seven Snatch For Pieces Of Days. Russ Nation. Kansas City, Mo., Juno 22. John From j Treatment (or WEAK i; j,, v u M f r f n i i tj t room clerk nt n local hotel, ILLOrWICAN DUU scanned the register carefully after A quick rrllrl lor thai lireil, run down feeling, Stockholm, Juno 22. Troubles nro a prospective guest had registered. In a city where good liotcU Washington, Juno 23. Casualties coughs, pulns In chrsl. night attrals, hemor bound, the Powhitin heads the thages, xtrak lungs or consumption. II II doe piling up for the Russian llolrilnvikl. Tho clerk looked nt the man and then In the American army overseas thus lUXtilOI IX XOHMAXDV bit. . not help you ll coils you nothing. name, which read: Stanley far reported by General PorshliiK. Gradually slices of their territory nt the It It first In the hum ot Its couatrymtn. Lock dox ot.cv OHIO MEDICAL CO. nro being taken nwny from them. including tho list ninilo public COLUMBtlff n Christiana, Juno 23. Belgian nnd Grand Rapids, Mich. Ho asked: total S , 6 3 4 , as compared with S,0S5 Gcrmnns, Finns, Siberians, Cossacks, French nntinue- furniture has been Czccho-Slovak- s Ukrainians, Austrl-an- s "How ninny in tho party plcaso?" a week ago. They wcro divided in something nbout pcoplo tho Wnr Department's weekly sum- plnccd on salo by a Gorman firm lion'. Muttering nil nro grabbing for pieces of Tho local nowspnpers ml v I so buyers y what once was tho great Russian em- should bo ablo to read tho English mary as follows: VivV'ffaViMiW' ! "Ink1 of tho furnlturo to look for stains note nbovo parlanguage, Mr. (plcaso pire. Killed in action ( inculdlng 291 of blood, ns it Is obviously from tho El E, EAR, THROAT, NOSE Tho Bolshevlkl have nlmost as agraph for nnmo) grabbed His foun- lost at sea), 1,312. occupied districts of Franco and BelAnd Fitting of Glasses tain pen, drow n lino through tho ninny enemies ns Kaiser Wllhelm. Died of wounds, 432. gium. The Tonlnltn 1i tefmril, e How long they will bo ablo to hold name and departed, presumably for Died of disease, 1.2GS. Mnnonlo 111 excel' ctuthr, anil mtfiil OWENSBORO. KY. Tompla out under this prcssuro from tho nnothcr hotel. Died of accidents and other causes, lent location on I'ciiinjlvana Avenue, ISlli ami It Mrectr. o MORE I.IKEI.V. outside, with their own subjects con 44C. tnaVei It a ilrtiiahle lieatlqiur. stantly threatening to overthrow FULTOX COUXTV FARM Kit "Wounded in action, 4.S11. ten lut I'tidal couple, touilit I'Attin, contentions, School! ami "i)oi:s his hit" them in tho interior, Is problematical. Missing in action, including prison"Any rags? Any old Iron?" lollcgts. . The Powhatan ers, 365. attracti the chanted tho dealor as ho knocked at llcrlln To Illnmc. -- v people of culiuie and education. Hickman, Ky.,Juno 21. Chester T. Casualties among tho marines with tho suburban villa. Tho man of tho Its proximity to State, War ami Of course tho Teutonic hand of N.ivv Departments, also to man? Bondurant, of this city, doubtless tho expeditionary forces aro not in house himself opened tho door. TnAOCMArtKS rntniMI ottAini points ot historical Berlin is disccrniblo in most of the Interest, l ruuntrm. or no leu has tho distinction of harvesting the HoLtm cirruT. makes this hnitl especially at "Xo, go away," he snapped, Irritroubles of tho Bolshevik! all of largest lndlvldunl wheat crop in the cluded in this list. No official tabulaTHAT PAY, Meitn tm Uoroukl, at our tractive to a iliscrirr.'nating pubtion of theso casualties reported to tably. "There's nothing for you. My ' ...rnK. .ii , iicii. jviti hi utrr.ft. lic. them in fact, except thoso caused by Jixl mcJi ' pliuturr soldi for rnrr Mri Stato of Kentucky, which has been dato arc available but unoffi- wife Is away." The Powhatan cJTera rooms on IMUII17, to yurs' prsrlln. BUR' in Siberia. tho Czccho-Slovawith detached bath at $I.J0, PASSING RircrtUCCO. rorfrtoUuU. finished this week In good shape. cial figures show that they totnl Tho itinerant merchant hesitated n e . J1.00 and tip. Rooms with The most menacing situation Just ,n iTnnubM I alnu writ to crop was 000 acres, located In slightly moro than 1,000. bath, J2.S0. $1.00 and up. OO3-B0- 8 moment, and then Inquired: "Any now Is in Karelia, tho northernmost This Snvnnlh Strnnt. ... M V t SJ. u. Write for booklet with imp, the fertile bottom west of town, and Tho 549 names reported gy General old bottles?" province of Russia, which cuts the CLIFFORD If LEWIS. Mr. Bondurant states ho will certain Arctic circle and adjoins Finland. .Manager. ly thresh ns much as 30,000 bushels The Finnish government, inspired from the 900 acres, or an average by Germany, is casting longing eyes l,.i'l,;i,i M'FPTT.MTntTTI fTTTlgJ 30 bushels to tho acre. toward this district and, in fact, has of better than He'stnrted Into tho harvest with nlno ns much as announced that It pains to annex It. There aro many Finns in binders, and tho machines ran well CIRCUIT COURT. ROCKPORT. night in order to tako advanInto Karelia who aro said to be in favor of tage tho Ch'm'n. Board James Wilson. THE of tho good weather. AVhllo JudKC R. W. Slack, Owensboro. being joined with their fatherland. Clerk Rushing Hunt. SEWING Petrograd labor was scarce, ho made It inter- Com'th. Attorney C. E. Smith, HartThe Finnish minister in Police Judge John T. Jackson. esting by paying ns much as $5 a day MACHINE ford. has been called to Helsingfors to disUsed Years Marshal Will Langford. OF for good hands. In breaking ground cuss tho subject of treating diploClerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. QUALITY. for this tremendous crop, Mr. BonHEAVER DAM. matically with tho Bolshevik! governOtto C. Marequipped his tractor with Master Commissioner ment. on tho question. But if Finland durant Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKenncy tin, Hartford. Clerk R. W. King. can't get Karelia peacefully, it seems electric headlights and ran day and NOT night. Trustee Jury Fund Cal P. Keown, likely it will take it away. Pollco Judge J. W. Cooper. SOLD Hartford. Allies Iny Speak. R. F. Stevens. Marshal UN.DER The Finns claim that annexation is 1st Monday In March 12 days ANY FORDSVILLE. necessary to save the district from the OTHER FOR FLETCHER'S Com'th. and Civil. Ch'm'n. Board W. R. Jones. NAME. terrorlzation it has been subject to Clerk Olla Cobb. f 1st Monday In May 12 days Civil. by Bolshevist bands which havo even Police Judge C. P. Kesslnger. 1st Monday In July 12 days The Woman's Tonic WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. Invaded Finland and faught with FinSHE 1)11) EVERYTHING ELSE. Marshal Grant Pollard. Com'th. nnd Civil. land soldiers. If you purchiwo tlio Hl'.W HOME you will have a life nwt nt tlio price you jwy, nud will 12 days 3 The principal importance of KareA farmer's wife in Connecticut, 3d Monday in September Dot liavouu cmllcxa chain of repairs. Sold Everywhere Civil. lia to tho allies is that tho Murmnn hurrying from milking tho cows to OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALKXOAR. railroad traverses it from Petrograd the kitchen, from the kitchen to the 4 th Monday in November 12 days Count)- Board of Kducntion. Quality to Kola bay, on the Arctic ocean. If i churn, from the churn to the wood- Com'th. and Civil. CotuiJcresi E. S. Howard, S. S. O. C. the allies take any steps toward inter - shedi am, ,)ack t0 the kltchen stovo Dlv. Xo. 1 J. M. Hoover, HartCOUXTY COURT. vention In Rusia this road becomes was asked if she wanted to vote. She it is the ford, Ky. of vital importance. Therefore Eng- vehemently replied: Moets first Monday In each month. Cheapest Dlv. Xo. W. Duff, Fordsvllle, land, American and France may havo "Xo, I certainly do not. I say, Mack Cook. JudKC Ky. in the end something to say to Finland on tho now, if there's one thing that tho r County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. Dlv. Xo. 3 II. L. Carter, Narrows, subject. men folks can do alone, for heaven's -- In hirv- - 0 Ky. f) Clerk W. C. Blankenshlp. In the southern part of Russia rev- sake let 'em do it." S. A. Bratcher. ShcrlfT Dlv. Xo 4 Robert Goff, Roslno, If you mint a Hewing machine, wrlto for, olution is rife. The revolt of the Cosm our latest ntUtloguo before you purchase, Ky. Superintendent E. S. Howard. against the Bolshevlkl Is gainsacks An additional credit of $3,250,-00- 0 ThQ New Heme Semnn Machins Co., Orange, Mass? Dlv. Xo. G Otis II. Stevens, DenvJailer Worth Tichenor. ing momentum and tho Cossacks aro rrt'sWslfc has been extended to Belgium by sf B TV, r Jr er Dam, Ky. Assessor D. E. Ward. pushing tho boundaries of their re- the United States, making a total of C Dlv. Xo. Surveyor C. S. Moxley. Xat Lindloy, Center-towpublic farther north every day. In 5107.S50.000 loaned to that country, Ky. Coroner ;Dr. A. B. Riley. Ukrainia 40,000 armed peasants have and credits to all the allies $5,2SS,-S50.00- 0. Time ot Meeting 1st Monday In organized to fight the German-controlle- d FISCAL COURT. February; let Monday In April; 1st government. ' Meets Tuesday after first Monday Monday In Juno; 1st Monday In AuAdvlco from Shanghai states that Bohemian Army Acts. gust; 1st Monday in Octobor; 1st y subscriptions to the third Liberty in January, April and October. the In Western Siberia tho pro-all1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, Monday In December. Czecho-Slova- k 0 loan there amount to over 1600,000, army, comprising Route 3. County Doard of Examiners E. S. Bohemian and Slovak soldiers and a report from the American emwho deserted or were captured from bassy in Mexico City states the sub- 2ml District Sam L. Stevens, Beav- Howard, Mrs. I. S. Mason, Mrs. O. W. er Dam. Duff. tho Austrian army, has obtained con- scriptions there aro more than ?350,-00- 0. ILLUSTRATIONS 300 ARTICLES-3- 00 3rd District Q. B. Brown, Simmons. Jan. 25 and 2C Common School n Railway. of the trol K'EF.P Informed of the World's Prepress In Ln&ineerinc MeetiAnfea nnd Invrntion. For m 4th District G. W. Rowe, Center-tow- n. Diploma Examination. In conjunction with tho Russian raincrnna son ana All mo family, it appeals TOO FAR. May 10 and 11 Common School loan classes -- uiu ami louns- - .Men ana women. population the Czccho-Slovak- s have sii tnn rat onto jURffitf inn iaitiou.nnii.oi 5th District W. C. Daugherty.Balze- - Diploma Examination. lomN thncriout ILo world Ourtoivlsn set up another republic, which makes (V)rrtttfintlcutn are ron.Untlr vn llii. watch town. Zero: Bill told mo a funny story May 17 and 18 County Teachers' lor thlnm uew anl lnlunttlnit dJ It Is tho number of states into which tho Writton So You Can Understand It Examination (white). czar's former domains havo been split In New York, and when I'd gotten (itli District W. S. Dean, Dundee. I be Shop Nolwe DMrtmtnt (CU rne(M) roDlalni GUARANTEED SERVICE to Chicago I couldn't remember it. 7th District May 24 and 25 County Teachers' B. F. Rico, Fordsvllle. froctlcal 111 ilia for hltop or It an J rnry wayj for ILr up about an even dozen. no iu nn arnuni 1110 noma. i.iua vMachanlca (17 lineal for the Pof asd One hundred per cent was carrying a joke 8th District B. C. Rhoades, Hart- Examination (colored). Amakaur Kolder: That Premier Lenlnc has become so uiritlollKloinaaalhlriittt,lUliowlou)nfcelri Inaa anil lalntral.h Onttlta. I.iicIihm. lloata. hum. ford, Routo 5. ralue. Special work for W. Juno 22 and 23 County and State nervous over tho situation that he is too far. ham, Jrwflrr. II1.! Furnlturt. tta Oontalna In O. W. .truclluus for the MticLalc.Oaniti'r an dhporuman Off Teachers' Examination (white). planning to visit Berlin and Vienna to HARTFORD. $1.80 PCI VCAIt SINClfc COPIES, ISc HASEBALL IX THE BIBLE. W. F. STEVENS. Juno 28 nnd 20 County and State Or4f Iran, yawr a.watM af art traia tka aallaM discuss the problem with his German Cample copy t.llt be lent en request Mayor J. E. Bean. D. 7. Ky. R. T. Hartford, Teachers' Examination (colored). masters. POPULAR ME.CHANICS MAGAZINE. "Tho devil was tho first coachcr. a no. MUHUan Avenua, CHICAGO Representee Continental Clerk J. A. Howard. Sopt. 20 and 21 County and State What this means anyono with half Ho coached Eve when she btolu first. & Granite Co. C. M. Crowo. Police Judge Harblo Teachers' Examination (white). an oyo can see. Adam stolo second. E. P. Casebler. Marshal Sept. 27 and 28 County and Stato "Whoa Isaac mot Robecca at tho Sour Stomach. r.ia&a&szsei2E3ZZTxaxss rBxtttaan well she was walking with a pltchor. This is a mild form of indigestion. "Samson was struck out iwlion ho It Is usually brought on by oating too 46 1 Aim CURE sUJfJCS; rapidly or too much, or of food not beat tho Philistine. "Moses made his first run when ho suited to your digostlvo organs. If ir-- v jf you will eat slowly, mastlcata your saw tho Egyptians. WITH 'Cain made a bate hit when he food thoroughly, oat but little moat run and none t all for supper, you will klled Abel. "Abraham made u scriflce. than likely avoid the sour stom-ao- h uioio throwwithout taking any medicine er. "David was a PEirK a1 FRR ROUGHS whatever. When you have aourl 0 ""fl! ! TMRtiAT i I Irlil HoUin frees .POh.Vi "Moses shut out the Egyptians at stomach take one of Chamberlain's J AMfi '!M.lTniir!l CSV the Red Sea." Tablets to aid digestion IU s-, sia prnvAxii Venno, r. lihmMBRX ItnMr&lraBMIfXTm "vv' LUNGS or vwo CONSUMPTION iFOR ONE tfONTH to-da- - to-da- DR. J. H.THORPE &s$mti& b&AV&Snsim --I- to-da- y, Ai DIRECTORY NEW 3 40 Children Ory CAS T O R A HOME CARDUI 20. BLEB EPAKED ''TbTbTbTbTbTbTIbbbWZ 1 n, 60,-00- rLJil POPK MMCHANICS AAGAZINB Trans-Siberia- 0"60VVe.C. .., KBt.LTHE5JC.H me o-o- o use Bargain Offer me Faring" line Get on Ir. Kiaj long-dlstan- 8R ulSSG88r Tsm rw -- The Hartford Republican AMI THE MEMPHIS WEEKLY 1 WHAT'S IN A XAMKV JOIIXSOX'S COME HACK. rUAriAWirvnit .m .,-....- OR. r Chicago, Juno 21. President Ban o Commercial-Appe- al Johnson, of tho American League, y said that he could not underBOTH ONE VEAR FOR stand Gouonil Crowder's statontont o ns that basobull was the two major lougues, ho said, will dellvor to tho Government a war tax reaching noarly $300,000. club "Tho bnll pluyors, umpires, stockholders and officials havo bought moro than $8,000,000 worth lly special arrangements, wo aro enabled to furnish these two of Liberty bonds and havo subscribed papers at this low ruto for a limited tlmo. thousands upon thousands of dollars Tho Coniniwclnl.Appcnl Is n lurgo and ono of tho very best papool history to tho Red Cross and other war charihethesha pers published In tho South. Cash must In all cusos accompany XOW IX 78 LAXGl'AGES ties," President Johnson sald'Whore each order. 'Jhls ruto Is upplicublo to renewals and now bubscrlb-cr- s Is tliero unothor class of men earning ullko. Jerusalem, Juno 22. Tho British as much for tho Government?" Tommies have added an historical t OX THE (JROUXD FLOOR. touch to the Pool of Bethosdn, of bibSEND YOUR ORDER TO lical tamo. Steps load down to tho any buy somo coffee Cox: I want to pool, tho water of which Is not iu tho bpan. too clean, and on the walls, In seventy-seven Box: You'll havo to go upstairs, dltforent luuguagos, Is tho account of tho healing described iu this is tho ground floor! f William Smith hated uluknamee. He said that most fine glvon iinmos wore ruined by nicknames, and that ho should name his sons so that it would be Impracticable to curtail thulr names. In pursuanco of that idea ho nainuil his boys William, AVUbort, Wllfrod and Wllmont. Thoy aro all big boys now and thoy aro known nmong tho frlonds us Skinny, Hutch, Chuck and Kid. to-da- t I itOIJKlf REFUNDED. uwjcauiLrsrvK. JVMrvj7azva rivvl wWM. TP viti wan tr mtvA nsV ,y-r L u 1 In life voumuitknow --v4 wtutt Is ottr la busings itsd Indcu. in lit. out inTeniir.n unci if Oct ot tho rut) ret on tL flrlny Una. RuJ ,n. mmfy&imz3E$!??te&l jutvyikKfl t Popular Science tni rnefft Intemtlnr rstMl nMful tnutM. ajwl Um tljgtst in? ney'i xortls. Btrtrr tuoaUt 300 Plcturei 300 Article til for onlr U cnts. Alt tb dow tdu and Intentions In elcetrlcltr "4 wlrclru. In tuioupuei tna uropmnei, in shopwork uij Monthly HO icr--) It '1 to m ww 1.1 i .j h. m m4! i . mtt-vn.Tvxxi- mh as pnorunr o and dctcn i, .tiuul dl.LWl I.. ... tr. '!'. huw to cl.iun puu.ui. ti. luo avi co7iiina.ii, Ji'U'litt t Ami vtmifanJofli ft'-"!- M V tktfattut, IU AtL COUflTm II nlitl.liK t Ive'jf. and Infrlngcrntnt Pracltco or coma to iu nt Llsbtn Strut, Cnlt.J CUUi 1'alu.t CI9ta,t i (mi, R II ftt WASmNOTON, uu to NNinmrr itliltcritoT. oultry musm, furelturt, autoiuoQlla slwp replm, tto. , His raltcfmoner-rniklncUtu. It U wrilUti U sUln n k4 swi-s- . 15 ConU a Copy 11.60 Year Oct It from a nrwsjtskr r wrlto dlrtxrt tn WuHh Atv, N.Y. Serena Uoottilf , iodUi. locluu inn IUwtruliUilnstlKc and la isacbUcrr. tluti (r step-stTl- roUt m PUFF 7nltcnrMl)rMMIZ.slwf m sr pnuis sailissi UN THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. R OSITIO'N ' n i. GOOD 'ob Call on Tke Republic rrbttljifc for Pine WUVUIIO.N'S riMUTICuC HUSISKM i'aductU, Hrr you tako tbu Dntughou TralnlDg. tba trainlnit that liusiiioss in.-- lmlon.e. Yiu iboltatcolleaenr lm mmi ,,.!,... MLLLUU Secured or Your Money Back V Middle Womeiv Aged $'- - VrAimnn(. O. "I wan naRsIncr tliroucli tlio critical years of ago nnd hnil all period of life, being forty-si- x the symptoms Incident to that cnango- - neat nasnes, nervousness, nnd was in a general rundown condition, r,o It was hard for mo to do mv work. Lvdla E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound was recommended to mo as the- best remedy lor my trouulcs,wincii itsurciy provcu to be. I feel better nnd stronger In every way since taking It, and tlio annoying symptoms havo disappeared." Mra. M. Goddeh, 025 Napoleon St., Fremont, Ohio. Are Here Told the Best Remedy for Jheir Troubles. S ) r- - 7. Ing spirit of a firo that will sweep n farmstead. Many destructive blazes, points out a Department of Agrlculturo bulletin on flro prevention, havo been caused by a spontaneous Ignition of hay, especially clover nnd nlfalfa. Tlio first cutlng of tho lnttcr scorns to bo most dangerous. If hay of this kind has rain or dow on it or if tho stacks aro not cured thoroughly, tho molsturo will causo fermentation which may produce sufficient heat to start n flro. Thn combustion, howover, can not continuo long without oxygen and nmy ccaso without coming to tho surface. Its presenco can ho detected by a peculiar sooty odor or by smoke Irritating to tho eyes. It may take placo from a few days to several weeks after tho hay Is put up. . sxiasanaresm 'Ntueoa uoittytnta s.niaoA anx , xp i jo; rnnom Asaa 3MZVDVW S.TTVD'W 'C '81GI i puaB3 otnoi uojtradmoQ oqr "z f AniO UHUHnni aotnvdtlion l.nlnn t Mti At nunnmiit 'SJIMAvrc lot KiniMVturtl MOJ TTV I nni iii p3 pan BJtaddB Janp tqi tptiM hi jaded art jo j3tisiqnd 81 0, -j pMg SZ'Z$ cut SZ'Z$ noq-jB- n H8nap in1 w auH"A jo inttj yj V; ajora pan snorrsc,t jo nni sjaqmnn pipnajd-- j jr. sato oi moii- -ii ajtmn oi 3M oi jbijav naraoAvro euojnpu joj itjijoinnv uoqsBj s.Mparav 'sanssf z$ "sidiaaaH not nedtnoa 'Xer.T. oj suodg pan sarauo 'sAtq o Aatiore 'aure oj s3uqx '"moo B.iojaoa 'aSnj e.uajpnqa 'aaB.T 'a'asj .sAoiI 32ci Amnti 'aatiapg pun ajniBtf 'smaAU ;nano .stiin aqj ut 33b,i rciaoiipa ;s3q a,,X sajujotimo pajon Aq saprpo onrvr iauojg jajjojjg 0S2 naq 8161 J0J M!i0JS dnojD i0 lB3S BM9 Zl twjnos no moj; ittff aii 'jpiiBtT. tin ioj iinjt att hSb no oi tstmq it - .. , Hfux .Jiwja)... puuJ UJUIf JO lU0p Q H3jII It 'OO'Zi ,..,- North Ilaven, Conn. "Lydla E. Plnkliam'a Vegota-bi- o Compound restored my health after every thing else had failed when passing through change of life. There is nothing liku It to overcome tho trying symptoms." Mrs. li'toiiESCiJ l3ELLA,13ox 107, North Ilaven, Conn. la Susdk Cases :r" LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND feas ft gff(Bates mtf(sL fa & gfltisft d Farm Department Sheep Industry Will Stabilize Farming. Tho continued prevalence of high wool arid meat values has placed tho sheep business In a now light. Tho result will ho that this phase- of animal husbandry will contribute materially to tho Nation's food and clothing supply. H will also add stability to our systom of farming and play an Important part in tho moro complete utilization of our agricultural re- sources. Peanut butter, rich In fat and protein. Is not only a butter substitute, but a pubstltuto for meat. Keep The PhHcI" Crowing. For every day that your pullets fall to lay after they cease growing you are pocketing a loss. Laying is retarded by any check to growth at any period from hatching Laying Is retarded by seomlngly trivial disturbances, like moving from placo to place and radical changes to maturity. rations. eggs-e- ggs In order to bo suro of early prices arc laid at a tlmo when ...! nnrra OOO VTA -- RPR tO It that the growth of your pullets Is not retarded, and that obey are never nn In .!. -. noyed or flustrated unnecessarily. Ctunici-groin- . home-canne- d Get down to cases cases of products. A row of filled preserving Jars Is a Sterilized, sealed, saved tho thrco "SV of homo canning. s o. S. Sterlllzo on stove another way of saying "boll those Jars of fruits and vegetables so thoy will Tho useful Hfo of a preserving Jar filled In summer, ready by fall, emptied in winter hungry to savo moro food next spring and summer. homo-canin- g A wooden false bottom is n outfit is a raft that kcop lots of porlshablo food from being lost. good thing for tho NaAn tion u rubber ring on a preserving all-rou- ?;ood defense- agalnstwlnter. keep perfectly." Jar. A placo to produce a canned garden Persons of ovory lovel should can, tho family In tho top flat as well as tho dweller in tho bungalow. You don't need oven a foot of earth to ralso a canned gardon In fact tho less dirt tho bettor In homo canning. Tho color of those Jars of canned and presorved products put a sorvlco oinblom In your kltchon. Brighten tho corner of that kitchen closot with canned boans, fruits, ' worries. Tho needs and habits of sheep differ widely from thoso of horses, swlno. but presently no problems that will not bo met by, study and observation supported by satisfactory roturns. Tho way boys In shcop clubs havo mastored tho principles of snoop rSlsltig is ample proof cat-tlo.n- fourth floor apartment is a fine of this statement. Ktato T.O.SM-- Kriim llodcnts. Somo Idea of tho loss suffered by Individual States from native rodonts may bo obtained from the following estimate recently submitted to the United States Dopartmont of by State directors of agriculoxtenslou work: Moutaua, ?15,- tural S Agrl-culturo Pa About Wcniiliij; The Pigs-When tho plg3 are about five week-oldthey will begin to tasto somo of their mother's feed. Do not bo In n hurry to wean them. Eight weeks h young enough to wenn thorn, If there is skim milk for them. Of courso the size and development has a great dea1 to do with their weaning ago.- If skin milk is not obtainable, it is better to let tho pigs nurso tho sow until tcr weeks old. Skim milk and corn, or skim mill and short, fed in the proportion oi 3 to 1, mako an excelent ration fo! weanlings. If skim milk is not avail able, a mixture of 5 parts corn ineal 1 parts middlings, nnd 1 part tank ago, fed as n thin slop, Is very good LYDIA E.PINKHAM MEDICINE CO. LYNN. MASS. Good succulent pasture is always ben eflclnl. It will aid wonderfully growth on tho young pigs, ant frco from llco by giving the birds in- the grain expense will bo lessened dividual treatment, which will secure After a litter of pigs has been wcane that result. Tho most universally and are eating well, tho most dllflcul' procurable article for this purposo is part of their caro Is over. powdered sulphur. The method of Corn Is Champion Food Crop. applying this is to hold tho bird by 000,000 to $20,000,000; North DakoCorn, on a given area, will pro feet, head down, and dust tho ta, JG.000,000 to $9,000,000; Kansas, the ducc moro human food than an; ustho $12,000,000; Colorado, $2,000,000; sulphur freely IntoInsect-powd- feathers, gun, other crop commonly grown on Amer ing cither a small California, $20,000,000; Wyomlng.lG ican farms. This crop heads tho Hs per cent of nil crops; Nevada, 10 to or a can with perforated cover. Pyre- - in units of energy produced per acr may be used In the samo way. thrum 1G per cont of all crops, or $1,000,-00will and is ahead of all other crops except Now Mexico. $1,200,000 loss to Neither of these remedies thoroughly and permanently rid poul- navy beans and soy beans In tissue crops and double this amount to try of llco. When they aro used building material. In tho latter elerange. treatment must be repeated at moro ment, soy beans far outclass all othei or less frequent Intervals, as may ap- crops, showing twice as much proteir In tho Improvement of beef cattle pear necessary. per acre as navy beans, which rank caro has been taken to develop to the I3y using commercial sodium fluorid second in this regard. greatest extent those portions of tho The dairy cow Is tho most efficient in the form of powder, or as a dip, nil body from which are secured tho species of poultry llco may bo de- of farm animals in tho production of d cuts of beef. These stroyed nt ono application. As the human food (milk) and.tho hog Is the points should be kept in mind when high efficiency of sodium fluorid de- most efficient In tho conversion o) selecting breeding animals. stroying lice on poultry Is of recent grain Into meat, producing five times discovery tho material Is not ordi as much per acre of crops as docs an Watch Kor "Locusts." narily found In all drug stores. With other animal. Agents of tho LI urea u of Entomol- a demand for It, howover, local drugogy of tho United States Department gists will secure suplles. Poultry ItUSSELLITES GIVEN' of Agriculture nro requested to roport keepers who deslro to thoroughly LONG PRISON TEUMS tho occurrence this year of swarms of oradlcato lice from their flocks should lotho periodical cicada (17-yeNew York, Juno 21. Joseph F wrlto tho United States Department cust). Tho brood of cicada duo this of Agriculture, Washington, D. C, Rutherford, successor of "Pastor year Is designated as Drood IX and for Farmers' Bulletin 801, which Russell as head of the International Its main location extends from tho gives, with full details of the use of Bible Students Association and six of southern part of West Virginia In- sodium fluorid, complete information his associates were sentenReports of other to North Carolina. ced to twenty years' Imprisonment on tho control of mites and lice. years lndicato also scattering colonies Tho common chicken mlto Is a very for conspiracy to violate the espionof this brood in northern Virginia and small gray Insect, when it has filled age law. West Virginia and extending northFlayed By Court. Itself with blood, becomes bright red, westward into Ohio. Twenty years on each count Is the henco the name "red mite" by which Brood X, tho largest of tho It Is often called. It may be dis- extreme penalty, and Federal Judge broods. Is duo next year, 1919, which, covered, If present, by looking on tho Howo, who imposed tho punishment, tliercfore, will bo tho great cicada under side of the roost and nest sup- denied all motions for sotting aside year of the current period. ports, and in tho wall crevlses near the verdict, staying sentence or libpendIlrood X occupies tho Ohio Valley and them. Where tho mites aro very erating the defendants on ball tho Alleghany Mountain region from abundant they may' bo found in large ing an appeal. Counsel for the deAlabama and Georgia northward masses In such places. They also fendants announced their Intention to through Pennsylvania to scattered frequent tho nest of sitting hens appeal at onco to the Circuit Court. colonics in New York and some of tho With reasonable attention to the "In tho opinion of tho court tho New England States. cleanliness of poultry houses, mites religious propaganda which theso havo vigorously advocated are not likely to bo troublesomo To control or oradlcato a weed It Is and spread throughout tho nation as In warm weather. first necessary to determines the kind, Treatment for mites consist In ap- well as nmong our allies is a greater the charnctor, and habits of growth plications of liquid Insecticides or dis- danger than a division of tho German nnd reproduction, and sultlclent about infectants applied to tho places whoro army," said Judge Howo in pronouncits lifo history to fix tho tlmo when It they harbor, repeating tho applica- ing sentence. is most 6Uscopttblo to treatment. "If thoy had taken guns and tions nt Intervals of about a week until all are destroyed. Any of the swords and jolnod the Gorman army, thoy could havo dono would Very often tho prlco of land In a petroleum products commonly used the harm compared will be havo been Insignificant for disinfectant purposes community Is largely regulated by with tho results of their propaganda. tho number and character of tho found effective for tho destruction of A person preaching religion usually mites. weeds present. has much Influence nnd If ho Is silicon) ho is all tho moro effective This Good Bonds Centralize Schools. Freo Tho Henhouse Of All The Pcst. mitigates the That improved roads would aggravates rather than Fowls aro Infested by'two kinds of country-schosystem wrong thoy havo done. benefit our body parasites llco and mites. Llco "Thoroforo, as tho only prudent thoro would seem to bo no doubt. llvo continuously upon tho birds. Tho persons, the Good roads makes it possible to con- thing to do with such common mlto feeds upon thorn on tho court has concluded that tho punishsolidate or centrallzo tho schools and roost at night, and after feeding to establish graded schools In tho ment should bo severe." Itself in tho cracks and crevices Tho sontences will bo served at the rural districts. Such schools cenabout tho roost. trally located will accommodato all Federal penitentiary in Atlanta. Thoro aro many different kinds of Tho charges against Rethorford 4 tho children within a poultry llco. Thoso most common on of D miles. In many radius of and the other defendants was that or communities Rus-soll- 's fowls aro tho body louse, yellowish having tho advantaga of Improved thoy preach sedition In "Pastor" h of an in color and about posthumous book, "Tho Finbuildings roads commodious havo Inch In length, which remains on been provided, moro compotent resistteach ished Mystery," nnd advised skin of tho fowl; tho shaft louse, tho tor teaching suplied at a mini- ance to tho draft. s ties m) somewhat smaller and very palo In mum cost. color, which Is usually scon on tho shafts of tho feather; and tho head I How Weeds llcduco Crop Yield. louso, a largo gray species which Is Considering the principal crops in observed on tho most frequently For Infants and Children tho United States, it Is estimated that heads of young chickens. In Use For Over Years Llco aro not usually very abundant woods reduco tho ylold of corn by 10 por cent; tamo hay, 3 to 1C per cant; Always bears on healthy fowls which aro kopt un-dthe sanitary conditions and provided potatoes, 6 to 10 por cont; spring Signature of grain, 12 to 15 por cent; winter with dust baths. Thoy multiply rapidly upon birds of low vitality grain, G to 9 por cent; tobacco, fruit, C per cont; ADVERTISING SUGGESTION. and sluggish tomporment, and aro and truck crops, 0 to through flocks pasturo, 5 to 50 por cont. quickly distributed "Where- did you And this wonderupon premises whoro nttontion to system? It would get ful follow-u- p Look Out For Fires In Hay Stacks cleanliness is Indifferont. money out of anybody." See That liny Is Properly Cured. Individual Treatment Advisable. d mow of a big stack of "I simply compiled and adapted A For novices In poultry keoplug, and hay, symbol ordinarily of happy pros tho letters my son sent mo from with small flocks generally, it Is to make suro that the floclc Is perity, may contain within it the lurk- , er 0; high-pricera to-d17-ye- ar 17-ye- ar ex-co- pt ol one-tent- uiwlCjof dnFsA ii rrn rnmii in m in i mi i iiihiimmm 1, I rOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE Succeed when everything else fails. In nervous prostration and female .veaknesse they are the supreme remedy, at thousands have testified. iffrs clri ft, rbcuiSocutiortaW1IbiirR.Sniillirifliirttr.nm1 Butlnett, Short Hand, Type Writing and Tclcgnphr Tal old and influnlial Collect! can do much for yonattajfeewt and toward ocnrlng a high talaritcC pcltlon. Diploma awarded. Special Oonmo for Uov ernmrnt employment. ThonpjinsH of nrflnwrfnl .DEPARTMENT FOIt lVADirs.nriderthenpr. tliloa o( a J.vlr l'rlnolpal. 130 ladles attending this Beision. Load Burdjf homoajgior partlonlara, address WILBUR H. SMITH LEX1HGTON, KY. Rradaas.,licglnan7tima. it la the best medicine ever sold over a druggists counter. Every Woman Wants Petro-Ment- No a Relives Piles matter how stubborn the case may be Petro-Ment- a wjll bring relief. A trial will convince you. For sale by Ohio County Drug Co, Price 26c. FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE Dissolved in water for douches stop A hcalinj wonder for nasal catarrh, sore throat and sore eyes. Economical. mation.- Recommended by Lydia E. ' Finkham Med. Co. for pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflam- tn v... USELIV-VER-LA- X y For Lazy Liver and the Troubles o Constipation. Feel right all tho time. Don't lay ofl from work for days by taking calomel keeps yov when pleasant Liv- - Vet-La- x on your feet, while relievingyourtroub. le. Safer too, and easy to take. Don't take anything else. You can't afforc By it Eliminates poisonst cleansesA nattern and relieves constipation. ural remedy, natural in its actions, sure in its effect and certain in results. It won't be long before Liv- - Ve Lax will completely displace calomel in evert hornet Children can take it freely an? with perfect safety. Every bottle guar anteed. 60c and $1 in bottles None genuine without the likeness and sign ture of L. K. Grigsby. For Bale by - HAitlord A. WILLIAMS. We Knock the THE THRICE-A-WEE- K EDITION OF THE NEW YORK WORLD IX 1018. Practically a Daily 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 the household was never greater than at tho present time. We have been forced to enter the great world war, and a large army of ours Is already in Prance. You will want to have all the news from our troops on European battlefields, and 1918 promises to be the most momentous year in the history of our universe. No other newspaper at so small a price will furnish such prompt and accurate news of these It is not necessary to say moi'd. ts. Spots Out of Thing i Ladies' and Men's Garments Trench Dry Cleaned and Preii4 Superior Manner. Send ns your Garments Them lm i and Mat THE THRICE-A-WEE- K WORLD'S $1.-- 00 CLEANED CLUAN Package! called for and uellrerd. regular subscription price Is only per year, nnd this pays for 156 THE ELTE PRESSING CLUB A. Iva Nail, Prop. papers. Wo offer this unequalled newspaper and The Hartford Repub- - 0 llcan together for ono year for $1.65. THE REGULAR SUBSCRIPTION PRICE OF THE TWO PAPERS IS $2.00. HARTFORD. KENTUCKY. 3 P d& Mothers USQ "J ?LlWd For the Children A safe, old fashioned remedy for werai. FREVS VERMIFUGE DM CASTOR 30 A vermiruse Sercaty.fire ui um ii the jrean contmu. bet tettimoaUl Hazelwood Sanatorium For the Treatment of Tuberculosis Maintained by the LouisAsville sociation for the ailetjuata treatment of tuberculosis In all its stares at left than nil. Rates $12.50 per week.lnclud-In- g board, medical attention, laundry, etc. High ground commanding extensive view. Delightful surroundings. Send for Descriptive Booklet or &k Ia you. KcWblnnMka4. tola mm rd kdobe 25c. Wool, mvtir In innl lUni men t. f Ml rx" aukr cul "1 T "? w iu I It I 3 htfn I (wl it rm Auntfi f mm ra m well-fille- E. & S. FREY, BALTIMORE. Ml. I mn DR. O. O. MILLER STATION E Physician In Chars LOUISVILLE. KY. W WW WBj TIWIWIUMIJIMII) STRAY STREAKS (By Fluko McFIuko.) They havo shortened our flour rations so that wo now get Just about enough to ninko old fashioned thickened gravy, that Is, wo would havo, it wo had something to greaso tho grnvy. Hat Nail has been troubled with had feet lately (and so havo those who have been forced to associate with him) and whllo tho examining physicians did not use a magnifying glass or tho Xray, ho said It was no troublo to tell that said feet needed nothing moro than concentrated lyo, water and brisk rubbing. was in Its height when along camo a third, unappreclatlvo, sort of a chronic growling, soro headed subscriber who said ho thought It a durn sinful shamo that tho Board of Directors would permit such blamed rot to run In tho paper as that under tho names of I. D. Clair and Fluko McFluRo, and that he was going to withdraw his support of 30 years standing, If the two columns wore writnot cut out. Tho ers of great and glorious squibs then quit their scrapping, started talking the matter over through tho open door, each from his own apartment and nro now living haplly together, tho laying with blackjacks for tho unapprcciatlve, thick headed and Thus murbellyaching subscriber. der was prevented, and this story ends. BEADS ODDLY STRUNG. (By I. n. Clalro.) If tho Unlto-- States does dcclaro war on Turkey won't wo make the feathers fly? McAdoo hns nomlnntcd for a third term, but If Pa runs thorn Democratic nowspapcrs that fit Teddy so hard on tho third term, will havo to do a lot of camouflaging their editorials of 101C. w ! BUY CLOTHES THAT FIGHT FOR YOU! This company orter rcduco Tins-ley- 's wages for the summer. No bald headed mnn is worth mor'n half prlco cndurln' fly time. Thcro Is two nntlvo and one vls- In Hartford this ltln week. Thoy aro Undo Bllllo Render 93, Mrs. Q. C. Shanks 97, nnd Judge Cook's father 91. nlncty-genaria- "Wo saw a llttlo "nigger" near the , Everything In this column is origbakery tho other ovenlng with a hunk inal, new and true, if not otherwise. Jelly cake of old time boforo-tho-wns big as Dob Walker's foot (no, not SULIMIUH SPRINGS. both, just one of them) and If we'd rain. Some Crops nro needing haM that nigger out In some lone-som- o a spot we'd a had that cake or fnrmors are done planting corn, but tho wire worms are doing great dammurdered him on tho spot. age to that planted. Wheat harvest Is over and clover John Henry boosted tho road work got every cutting Is In progress. ing proposition A few girls arc donning overalls, fellow possible in a big way to give a day's labor, last Friday, and, true and taking their places In tho fields, to our prediction, Thomas hit it for and doing tho work of men. This leaving tho office and good work Just begun should bo fol Louisville, work in such shape that Fluko could lowed by other girls to help make a not even get off to work the road, bumper crop. When, tho boys get back from France they will bo wantns he patriotically wished to do. ing wives, and if they are wlso as I Tho author, or perpetrator of this think they aro they will be looking column and I. D. Clair were at dag- for the girls that helped feed them ger? points for several days, duo to whllo they were fighting for their Jealousy. One patron of the paper country. A word to the wise is sufdropped Into tho lulut and sa'.d bo ficient. The editor of tho Republican startbelieved that ho liked "Scray Streaks Just a llttlo bit better than ho did ed in last week to tell what he didn't Beads Oddly Strung. Another fel- know but soon discovered it was too low, whose opinion I don't care much big a Job and quit. No, John H., for, said he thought Beads Oddly don't undertake it. Life Is too short Strung was not quite as rotten is and paper too high. Mrs. A. A. Murphy and three chlld-YeStray Streaks. Then the war broke of Illinois, are visiting relatives, out "over here" 'twixt Declalr and yours truly, as to who was the most Mr. Murphy may follow soon. It popular author, as to whose stuff was tho prospects look good Mr. Murphy the most widely read, and as to which may locate here again, for like most column induced tho greater number other people who leave Ohio county of subscribers to drop their dollars they aro never satisfied till they come into the concern's coffers. The row back. ar sky-high, n, Tho residence next door to mine last week, and Tlnsley was mean enough to say it will sell frequently unless I move. was sold I know a man In this town who has nine quarts of "Old Joo Taylor" whisky, and ho Is that dad dratted stingy ho wouldn't glvo mo and Lon Ralph and Judge Cook a drink after we went out and helped him thrash his wheat. The street corner yarn wheel is spinning some this week. Steve May Is at home. Tlnsley let It git out that It Ike Mason was elected to congress he was to bo Ike's privnto secretary, and its losln' Ike a sight of votes. Wo haven't scon Battle Nail for several days. Guess ho is hidln' out from tho mako'm work commissioner. I can give the Hayti boys a clean bill of health about workin. I passed through there Monday and there wasn't a mother's son of them to be seen. But they might a bin loafln' In the back yards. There's enough gasoline wasted in runnin' round in automobiles, grub fed to worthless dogs and time lost in discussin the war to feed Pcrshin's army. I ain't uneasy about the future If the war defense of the country. lasts a few years longer we will have an army of old mald3, big" enough to whip the world. Copyright Hart Schaffneri: Marx ! i "- -. BILLS 77ie They say there Is only a thin line and between genius and insanity, after readin Stray Streaks I'll bo hanged if I can tell which side that thin line Tlnsley is on. m j Hart, Schaffner & Marx Clothes Do It. Buy Underwear that's the Top Notch of Economy Packer's Bill for Live Stock FAI.SK wanted DON'T MATTKK IF BROKEN' We pay up to 15 dollars per set. Also cash for Old Gold, Silver and broken Jewelry. Check sent by return mail. Goods held 10 days for sender's approval of our offer. Mazer's Tooth Specialty, Dept. A, 2007 S. 5th St., 43tl5 Philadelphia, Pa. OLD m tketh Munsing Wear is the Saving Kind! This store provides merchandise all along the line COOL SPRINGS. For the first six months of our operations under the Food Administration, ending April 30, 1918; Swift & Company paid for DRESSED WEIGHT LBS. live stock - 1,558,600,000 $323,800,000 For the same periodinl917 1,338300,000 $210.400,000 IncrGflSs in Rev. Moore filled his appointment here Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Charlie Elliott, wife and little daughter, Marguerite, and Mrs. Emma Brown, of Graham, visited rel atives hero last week. Mr. Thomes Tato and Jesse Brown visited Mr. Roscoe Wilson, of Butler county, Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. Robert Chinn.of Camp Taylor, is at name on a months furlough. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wilson and daughter, Knightsburg, wero tho guests of Mr. T. C. Dennis. Thursdny. Mrs. O. N. Stewart will teach tho Coolsprings school, beginning July 8 Misses Bculah Taylor and Corlno Dennis wero tho guests of their cousin, Miss Paulino Wilson, of Knightsburg, last week. Mr. Tom Kennedy, who was sent to tho asylum at Hopkiimvlllo last week, committed suicide by hanging himself Saturday night. His remains woro brought to Coopsprings Monday afternoon. Funeral services woro conducted by Uev. Boggess, of Rochester. Sanol is suroly tho best for all kidney or bladder troubles. Sanol gives relief in 24 hours form all backacho nnd bladder troubles. Sanol Is a guaranteed remedy. 50c and $1.00 u bottlo at 40-tho drug store. yr that has the Weights and fabrics in harmony saving possibilities. with the season. Price and quality always on a par. Weight, 16V295 220,300,000 Increase in cost 5495 ... $113,400,000 The Consumer's SUMMER MILLINERY SUMMER HOSE SUMMER PARASOLS SUMMER SHOES SUMMER DRESS GOODS SUMMER SHIRTS SUMMER SKIRTS SUMMER WAISTS w- - Bill for Meat must necessarily have increased correspondingly, as Live Stock prices and meat prices fluctuate together. EVERYTHING FOR SUMMER! Do you get up at night? Buy Your Summer needs NOW, and invest your surplus in When the producer gets high prices for his live stock, the con- sumer's meat bill must sarily be larger. neces- . A WAR ItltlDE. War Savings Stamps Help yourself to prosperity. Help your Government to victory. Private Cecil Rhoadoa, who is with tho artillery division at Wo3t point, Year Book of interesting and instructive'facts sent on request Address Swift & Company, Union Stock Yards, Chicago, Illinois camo homo a fow days ago on furlough and whllo horo decided that It was not good for oven an artillery soK dler to live nlono, and took unto himself a wife. Mr. Rhoades and Miss Jauo Farmer woro married by Judgo Cook Monday und left Immediately for West Point, whoro they will llvo until Mr. Rhoades Is transferred elsewhere. Mr. Rhoads is ouo of tho three sous of Esq. Butler Rhoades, who ontored tho military service In tho spring. Swift j25SvBfWyI-W,l''fj!afJ & Company, U.S. A. l.Bm ," 1 E. P. Barnes 6 Bro. $tf BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. "M-- LP "M 1ULI' .flfW 'y "ffitliw. ' :rswM aiEMi n tmm ' nr" ' " " ' "" ' tSSSiBtiSUliiM