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DGVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Yei No. 1 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1918. noyH woro present nt tho opening of court. A criminal docket had been mndo up for this term, but as thoro was no petit Jury llttlo criminal business was disposed of. Sherman Ezoll, John Plcrco nnd Robert Sneddon pleaded guilty to n chargo of oporatlng slot machines, nnd pnld fines of $100 each. In tho caso of T. C. Stralton vs Continental Insurance Company parties to tho suit agreed to waive a Jury and submit tho caso on pleadings to tho court. Tho court awarded Strat-to- n n Judgment for $3G0. Tho moved for n now trlnl, which motion being ovorruled an appeal was then prayed, which will probably V nmlned, Viola Tlchonor, of Horton, and Harriet Brashear, of Evansvlllo. AMERICANS SWEEP Mrs. W. L. Mills, of Owonsboro, Liberty bonds of tho first nnd secMrs. Will Renfrow, of Dundeo, and ond Issues and thoso obtained by con- carao to Hartford Wednesday to Mrs. T. D. Renfrow and daughter, STORE FDR KAISER ENEMY ON MARNE campaign Helen, of Llvermoro, were guests of verting bonds of tl)o first Issuo Into take chargo of the 4 per cent bonds can bo converted Inilliteracy from Mrs. S. J. Wedding Saturday. Mrs. for eradicating to 4 V6 per cent Liberty bonds during this county. At a recent meeting of Wedding's visitors called at tho ReHuns Rushed And Captures tho six months' period beginning May the State Commission at Frnkfort a publican ofllco whllo In town. Must Abandon West Front 9 nnd ending November 9, 1918. Tho campaign was organized to send an County Tax Commissioner, Dlllls In Material Is Very Push To Save Mittelnow bonds will bo dated May 9, 1918. ngeut Into overy county in tho state .Ward, returned Saturday from Frank Europa. Considerable. After November 9, 1918, no fur to conduct a ten weeks offcnslvo lort, where he had been to atend tho ther rights of conversion will attach against Illiteracy. state meeting of county tax commis Mrs. Mills' plans will be to get In sioners. to tho 4 per cent bonds, either tho Wlth Anjerlcan Forces on Marne, original bonds of tho second loan or touch with tho county commission, London, July 2. Tho Knlsor Miss Dewey Johnson, the pioneer of which Is composed of tho following lady farm worker In overalls, called July 2. The attack by Americans on thoso obtained by conversion foccs his grontost'crlslB, tho biggest problem of tho war and h tho Vaux positions was so terrific bonds of tho first loan. All of the teachers, Supt. E. S. Howard, Hart- on us Friday. 4 VI per cent bonds arc nonconvort- - ford, Fred Whlttinghlll, Narrows, E. alone can solvo It, Mr. Albert Cox, of Sunnydale, who that they swept right through tho Hlndonburg can't help him. Mnck-cnsF. Lyles, Baizctown, Anna Carter, persists in slandering the editor of enemy lines and had tho object been Ible. Bonds for conversion may bo sur Centertown, and Gcrtrudo Taylor, this paper through his own columns, to continue tho advanco they could can't help him. Luilcndroft bo granted. can't help him. was In town Saturday, but as might have done so with tho greatest ease, Tho court appointed T. II. Mack, rendered at any Federal reserve bank Hartford, and with their and assistance make an effort to havo been expected, did not call nt as virtually everything before them This Is the problem: A.'U. Tlchonor and G. J. Hoover a or at tho Treasury Department. Regwas cleared. Shall tho west front offensive bo committee to fill tho Jury wheel with istered bonds must bo assigned to tho open n six weeks night school in each thl3 office. of names from which tho Jury will bo Secretary of tho Treasury for conver- district In tho county that has IlliterSo great was tho enthusiasm of Abandoned to snvo tho dream Mr, LIgo Carter, of Centertown, "Mlttcl-Europn"- ? world-empir- e the mon, that tho ofllcers in some drawn for tho November term of sion, but such assignment need not bo ates. The teachers will bo asked to called on us Friday. witnessed. take chargo of the actual teaching, but This problem must bo solved court. At tho organization of tho State cases had to look sharp to keep On conversion of registered bonds where teachers aro not available clt- - Tix Commissioners' Association, nt them from going beyond tho set obTho jurors for tho Soptcmber term First Austrian military collapse woro drawn from tho Jury wheel. registered bonds only will bo deliver- Izens will bo asked to volunteer for Frankfortp ,a8t wcck( our commission jectives. It is not improbable tho seems Imminent on tho Italian front. They aro: J. N. Nail, J. II. Barnard, ed, neither chnngo of ownership nor 'tho work. Experience has demon er, Mr. D. E. Ward, was elected ono Germans aro planning another counAmer- H. A. Matcher, II. K. Shults, H. It. change Into coupon bonds being per- strated that tho average man or wo- of ter attack, coming in the dark hours, Second An the man may be taught to read and wrlto and preparations havo been made to ican army is facing tho Hun In Uonnclt, F. M. Reynolds, James mitted. Miss Gorln Fleencr, of Cromwell, Coupon bonds, lfwover,may bo con- In six weeks of proper training. There ' meet them. France. Leach, K. D. Whitehouso, William guest of Miss mny bo tho Baldwin, Elmer Tlnslcy, Fox Mown, verted Into registered bonds upon re- aro 338 Ohio county citizens above was tho week end A vast quantity of material, conThird Retreat In Italy Coupon bonds must havo tho school ago who can not read nd write, Maurlno Martin. sidering tho size of tho operation. Is signal for disruption of E. U. Mack, James It. Miller, Nel- quest. Mrs. D. E. Stewart, of Dundee, Is in being taken to tho rear, but probably son Hopper, It. IL Raines, Jeff Bell, May 15 or Juno 15, 1918, coupons and If tho public and tho illiterates New Jersey to meet her husband, will not be tabulated for several Austrian I)rlo Failure. W. W. Johnson, G. A. Ralph, Elvis detached and all subsequent coupons themselves will take the proper inter- Lieut. D. E. Stewart, who has Just days. The Austrian drlvo in Italy has Henry, Job Arnold, Jo Hockcr, Owen attached. Coupon bonds Issued from est in this movement Illiteracy can be returned from a trip to France. In the fighting west of Vaux tho been without question one of the Renfrow, Joe Dodd, John Shults, Por-r- y conversion will have only four Intor-c- st entirely stamped out during this camMrs. Hettio Howard returned Fricoupons attached, and later must paign. It is tho duty of every citiAmericans stormed several enemy war's colossal failures. It holds more Brunton, Tom Maxwell, H. B. Tayday from a visit with relatives at nests nnd killed or captured the occuserious consequences for Austria than lor, Albert Leach, E. B. Flnley, Allen bo exchanged for now bonds with tho zen to lend every possible encourage- Hammond, Indiana. pants; then turned the guns the other ment to this .very worthy work. Mrs. did tho llattlo of tho Marno for Ger- Gentry, S. J. Tlchonor, W. A. Brown, full number of coupons attached. Mr. Otis Howard, a sailor on tho way, using them effectually against many. Mills is a trained educator, has tho W. G. Ward, C. B. Carden, Russoll steamer Antigone, returned to his the enemy rear areas. work closo to her heart, and we THE W. S. S. CAMPAIGN. Not only that, but It puts Ger- Davison and Ellis Hines. post Tuesday, after a few days stay MUST help her. many In a most sorlous position. Prisoners taken say that they Tho grand Jury was dismissed Wedwith his parents, Mr. and Mrs. marched three hours as fast as they m A fair measuro of success attended Tho possibility of defeat never en- nesday afternoon, nnd court adjourn Charllo Howard. Mr. Howard is a could when word reached the com when some tho War Savings Stamp campaign FARM TRACTORS. i ters Into tho Gorman military plnns. ed Wednesday until y bright young man, and gave us much mander of the enemy battalion in the Hut the Italian armios, aided by equity business will bo heard. Final last week. About $100,000 of tho The hlchnrlce of work animals and .information about the details of tho rear of Vaux. Observers reported and British, now lmvo tho adjournment will bo had this after- stamps were sold, and many pledges tho French service that was delightfully this morning the Germans were apfor future purchases signed. The al- - the expense of feeds are resulting !n tipper hand In tho great battlo of tho noon. for tho couny is $548,040 a wider use of the farm tractor. A interesting. Ho has made a number parently hurrying to bring up reinlottment Plnvc. Now tho floods havo caught tho but tho campaign for tho total dis- tractor costing about $850 will uo of trips to France nnd returned, nnd forcements behind the line. NEW OFFICE OPEN. All prisoners questioned expressed trap botweon tho Plavo tribution of them locs not closo until thn work- - of lr horses and save the knows a11 about tho creeDV sensations Teutons In n Hart- - expense of two extra men. There aro of na8l"B trough the zones of sub- - relief af'belng captured. One speak- Italian army. A countv tax commissioner's office tho end of tho calendar year. .and tho Mr- - Howard says ,ng excellent English said to an Asso-vlcIt is only a matter of tlmo when tho In Hartford Is something now under ford took $10,000.Narrows school dis- - now seven of these labor saving de- - marln0 a"iMthe n,arlno bys B to their work clated Rress correspondent, "Thank whole Austrian army will bo forced tho sun. Commissioner D. K. Wnru trlct bought $3,350. Returns from tne in uso in tho county. They are ThQ opened up for business in. tho old various sections of the county havo owned by E. S. Randall, Equality, lauBmng ana singing, anu are a raor- the Lord( 1m out of there to retrent. . . ... . .... . .. .. . . .. .. ..ia-.- i unu wo uru J. a. Caldwell, uosuen, u. a. uarnes, rv lot rlesnltn tho hazards lnndsmen American uruiiery smoinereu ua more There is only ono way this with county nttorneys omce iuouuny mum- - noi yci oeon lauuiaieu, they are taking, than once and the United States in- drawal can be avoided. That Is by tho j ing, and assisted by his daughter, able to give few of tho sale. It Is ex - . Beaver' Dam, Henry Pirtlo Hartford, tnlnk Messrs. James and Sherman Taylor fantrymen fight like wild devils with- transfer of hundreds of thousands of I. Miss Irene, began his duties as such pected by thoso In chargo of tho sales ris Render, Centertown, Lon Bar- Sep Williams, of the Bald Knob out a single A number of taxpay- - campaign that tho county will buy up ,mrii, Rockport and A. R. Renfrow, and fear. But when the fight German soldiers from tho western commissioner. country, were in to see us Saturday. is finished they are gentlemen. One crs havo already nppeared and listed to its nllotment before tho end of the Narrows. front to Italy. Messrs. Aaron Pollard and Richard could have killed me, but he did not, ' Tho Horns To their property. Tho commissioner's year. Eight Hartford citizens bought Whobrey. of Sunnydale, were among d r gavo 'hlm my lrQa cros, for A NEW INDUSTRY. If Gormany sends nn army to stnvo olllco will bo open for six days a week tho limit allowable to one purchaser, . uui visiiuis ooiuiuuj, f. '" thanks " $1,000. off Austrian disaster, It will mean until October 31, by which tlmo l.nl, jL.i;.fc.'A- 4Mr. ana wrs, wrnest woodward, ot A nnw .nilllKtrv thflt. let US llOIlO. that tho groat Bummer offcnslvo In work of nssesslng the county must be spent the week end with Champagno' and PIcardy will havo to complete. MEDICAL SOCIETY MEETS. THE REPUBLICAN $1.50. will later spread out over tho county , Louisville, 'Mr. Woodward's parents, be abandoned. and add much to tho productivity of IN SERVICE. CONDUCTOR And with tho Amorican army at tho Tho Ohio County Medical Society tho soil, Is being established by the Mrs. W. T. Woodward. On and after August 10th. the growing blggor every day, Genmet nt Dr. Joe Taylor's office In Hart- enterprising farmers of tho Equality subscription price of the Republican front GRAYSON OIL FIELD. eral Foch might decide to put Into opPaul TUford, son of Capt. Jerry ford Friday. The meeting was for community. Mr. William Addlngton will be $1.50, per year, payable In this summer or autumn tho Tllford, of Fordsvlllo, who volunteer tho advancement of medical science and a number of other farmers of eration advance. For papers going Into tho There is much activity in oil de- fourth zone and beyond, $1.75. Those great nllled drive which is planned for ed some tlmo ago for army sorvlco, and for the genoral good of the ordor. that neighborhood ordered the ma next year tlmo tho youngest railTho session was devoted largely to chlnery, Wednesday, for a lime pro velopment in Grayson county, and who desire to do so, may, by paying was at tho Young taking stock of Ohio county doctors duction plant. Limo is a much need- prospects look good for-- a paying oil before August 10th. get the paper Tho critical question Is complicated way conductor In Kentucky. Two oil wells and two gas by tho urgent noccsslty for keep.r.i, Tllford was assigned to the Engineers and boosting good roads. Tho ed solvent for certain minerals In field. for not exceeding one year from said Austria lost corps nt Camp Taylor.and wns recentshowed but twenty six doctors our soil, the stone Is abundant in the wells are already producing in paying date of the old rate. Austria In tho war. moans Mlttel Europa lost; the ly transferred to Camp Sherman, engaged In tho profession In the coun- county and the machinery for its re- quantities, three wells are in process Nearly all papers In the whole Kaiser's dream for world empire Ohlo.and Is with tho 84th Division. ty, nnd a few of these aro not comply duction is not expensive, and mony ot drilling and machinery is on the country of our class have advanced evaporated. Mr. Tllford Is now studying telegra- ing with tho 3C hour law. It was spent in this way would ropay our ground or has been ordered for four their rates, the great majority of And tho food riots in Austria must phy nnd tho French and Gorman found thoro was but ono doctor per farmers fifty fold. A community of additional wells. Twelve companies those that have not advanced, have No Ohio coun- farmers may Join into a company and are now operating in tho Grayson gone ont of business, either voluntaribo stopped;- tho hungry Austrlnns languages. Paul Is an nllround rail- thousand population. must bo fed or they win quit tho vwar road man.and will bo a usfeul man for ty young men nre in tho medical col- establish a lime plant at small In- county field, and a thorough test of ly or through Sheriff's sales. Wo do regardless of tho plans of KalBer Wll-hol- Uncle Sam when he gets to Franco. leges and when tho present supply dividual oxpenso, and tho county this torrltory wll bo mado during the not feel that it is necessary to say"" present year. nnd Knlsor Carl. of doctors Is used up tho good Lord agent strongly advises such action. to our patrons tha tho unequal batonly knows whero tho noxt ones are V. M. C. A. WANTS MEN. tle with high and soaring prices Is MURDER NARROWLY AVERTED. the cause ot our course, "and to high ASSESSOR IIINKS BALKS. to como from. In ordor to conserve LAW WORKS HARDSHIP. Tho Young Men Christian Associa- tho present supply and mako It hold prices wo must now add increased If Postmaster Ernest Blrkhead did postage," for overy sartO person well When assessor Hlnes failed to com- tion Is calling for men for sorvlco in out as long as posslblo It was decidTho now tax law will work a hardplete his work In tho required tlmo a Franco. Truck drlvors, recreational ed to mako oxtra chargo for night ship on the peoplo In the mannor of not commit a murder Saturday night knows that tho average price of ovory ropresontntlvo of tho Stato Tax Com- secretaries, business men, nnd a fow calls, and calls when tho roads wero making their assessments. Tho law It was due to tho fortunato fact of thing wo buy these days Is more than mission camo horo nnd ordorcd tho women volunteers. unusually bad. By avoiding night now governing tho matter provides thirty miles distance between him 100 per cent higher than three years county Judge- nnd county attorney to Tho National War Work Council of calls tho doctors will Hvo longor.nnd tho county tax commissioner shall and tho aggrlovlng party; not to any ago; many things have advanced intention on more than 200 per cent, yet we only glvo tho matter attention. Out of tho Y. M. C. A. wants Immedlntoly by charging more when tho roads opon an olllco at tho county scat, and want of murdorous courtesy to tho assessor thoso officials 100 export men who own cars for are bad sick peoplo fall In with auto keep It open from July 1 to Oct 31, Blrk's part. ask that our subscribers pay 50 per A fow minutes before midnight a cent moro than tho old rate. We apundertook to help him, dnd did trucks transportation service; with tho owners In n campaign for good roads. and makes It tho duty ot tho taxpay securo deputies upon tho assur- Amorican expeditionary forces and Tho next mooting of tho Society er to como to tho commissioner's long dlstnnco call for tho postmaster preciate all patronage heretofore-giveance to see thow woro paid. By an tho French army. Opportunity for will bo held nt Boaver Dam in tho olllco within the tlmo and file with camo over tho telophono. A mes us and will most assuredly apagreement between tho assessor und men beyond tho draft ago. nftornoon of July 12, and all the tho commissioner a list of his taxablo senger was dispatched for Mr. Blrk preciate a continuance of your fa tho county olllclals tho monoy for tho Thoro Is immediate- noed of 500 physicians In tho county aro urged proporty. This was adopted because head who cropt sleepily out ot bed vors. Wo are trying to glvo our subassessment wus to bo paid by tho physical recreation leadors, for ser- to bo present. of tho vory moderate nllownnco mado and hurried to the exchange, alarmed scribers a good clean, live paper and to tho Bank of Hartford and by vice In Franco, England and Italy. for tho payment of tho assessor, lest tho messago was a notice ot the bollevo that you will ngreo with us, tho bank to bo paid tho doputy assesA groat number of business men PLANS FOR PERMITS. which does not In fact Justify him In death or dying condition ot somo ot that it is worth what wo ask for it. sors. Howovor, it was n part of tho with largo experiences aro needed for visiting personally ovory taxpayer to his relatives In tho Doviess capital. TI1030 who aro In arrears must pay nrrangoment Hint tho Bank should Immediate sorvlco In Franco as canTo check tho Red Cross take his list, but justice to tho people It Is easy to imagine tho postmaster's up If they wish to receive- - tho paper, pay tho monoy o"n tho ordor of As- - I teen workers, transportation mnn-ago- rs bonoflts, tho Cleveland Chaptor of would have demanded a rnlso in tho nurdcrous madness whon tho party at wo can't afford to and will not in , , !. .!... I u .sessor limes, umi now, t. m uiuiuib.i, and hut socretarlos. tho Amorican Red Cross may adopt u compensation of tho tnx commissioner tho otliei end of tho lino said, "This tho future, continue to send the Re. Please forward my mall to publican to a subscriber who fails toy to glvo tho required Hlnes refuses For futhor information wrlto tho liconso system. Tho now plan will rather than imposing an added bur- - Is Owensbcro". Wo decline to repeat make arrangements with us for It. order to tho bank to pay tho doputlos. Kentucky Stato Recruiting Commit-to- muko it necessary for any porson or don on tho public. what Blrk thundered back, becauso Wo especially urge those who owo tho 34G Association Bldg., Louisville, organization about to advertiso an Suit will probobly bo tiled at nn enrly there Is a law against using certain company to sottle at once. It you do ABOUT PEOPLE YOU KNOW. dato to compol Hlnes to nuthorlzo Ky. entertainment as a Red Cross benefit language ovor telephone. tho payment. Tho mess that Hlnes not, wo are going to take such stops to get a permit from tho chaptor o UHENDERSON- - MUST WALK. l Mr. C. Y. Allen nnd wlfo, who have has mado of tho assessor's olllco as may bo necessary to collect our lcers. been in Georgia for somo tlmo havo ItUSTKI) BANK WOUND UP. m should teach tho peoplo a lasting lesaccounts, we must do this, so dou't DocniiBO the Henderson Street RailA PECULIAR ACCIDENT. returned to Ohio county, and will son In tho matter of electing a man blnmo us. way company refused to pay tho city mako their homo near Cromwoll. to olllco because of his physical Tho receiver for the Owonsboro a $3,00 Judgemont for streot oiling Dr. W. L. Lawlaco, of Narrows, Savings Bank and Trust Company Miss Lou Allco Barnett, who makes RECOMMENDED. tax tho city authorities tied up every her homo with tho family of Mr. was horo Friday to attend tho meet- has Just made out tho last distribucar In tho city ut midnight Sunday Henry Ptrtlo, near town, happened to ing ot the Ohio county Medical CIRCUIT COURT. Superintendent: What we want Is tion of tho funds to tho depositors ot night. As tho streot car company an unusual accident Sunday. Miss that defunct institution, which brings a flight watchman that'U watch, alort Rev. Fred D. Halo, organizer of tho total up to 14 Vi per cent. This and ready, for tho slightest nolso or Circuit court convened horo Mon- was losing monoy on tho Investment Harnett was riding horseback and the Third Baptist church In Owens- - is the Parish bank, tho failure of Indication of burglars somebody day. On account of tho vory busy It will be In no hurry about resuming riding undor tho guy wlro of a polo was caught by tho wlro loro, died recently at Lexington, N. C. which caused much excitement in who can sleep with ono oyo.and both season with tho farmers Judge Slack operations and it begins to look llko Examination for colored teachers Daviess und adjoining counties a tow cars open, and is not afraid to tackla had previously advlsod tho sheriff to Henderson peoplo' who do not own Just undor nor chin und her throat anything. Sco? notify mon suinmonedjfor potlt jury motor cars may havo to walk. It is was almost cut by tho wire, ft re- certificates was hold at tho Super years ago, and for tho mlsmanago-moApplicant: I see, sir. I'll send ot which James Parish was sent service not to appear. Only tho court expectod that Jltnoy bus lines will bo quired 29 stitches to sow up tho intendent's office Friday and Satur-- , day. Only two applicants wero ox to the penitentiary. my wlfo around. wound. olllclals, tho graud Jury and the attor- - established to-tlln sc -Austra-llun-Rnrto-dn! hard-flghtles I)l!i-mm- CONVERSION OF LIBERTY' BONDS. ILLITERACY' AGENT HERE. J I J co - m - au-alit- or o, y. telo-pho- nt samo charges ns to each. ISYOUR BANK DOING DUTY7 The Senate directed tho commission THE BEST POLICY to mako tho Investigation and report Patrlotlo Citizens Should 8ea Thai v.. ..: TAKEN FROM PUBLIC bo it could consider legislation to 'i ...,. .!! Participation Announcement reach tho practices disclosed. Would you win ctcrn.it famo Is Shown. l'ACKKKH DK.NY I'ltOKITKKHI.VH. And Immorlnllzo your name? . r n. v,niim. r.Mvr Do you covet pralso and pelf and Chicago, Juno 29. Sharp retorts L Tho banks throughout tho Eighth Dealers In Life's Neces- wcro made by representatives Then give, your utmost best Federal Itcservu District aro glvlns of Armour & Co., Morris & Co., and And do It with a zest-- To sities Have Plundered the Job Hint's your'a, however email oarnost and patriotic support in aidSwift & Co., denying charges of profing in tho flotntlon of United States It seem, Unmercifully. iteering made In the report of fedoral And when jou've. set your mark on IiIkIi. Certificates of Indebtedness, millions pursue. It; trndo commission Investigators at For It's not the thing you do, but how of dollars of which nro bolng subWnshlncton. you do It. scribed by the banks to pavo tho way 29. irou.it.riVnshlncton. Juno T. for tho Fourth Liberty Loan Cam,ii,,mm, .iprinrnii Would you find the pot of cold practl- paign. ing on n tremendous scalo In ,l0 prcsent la ,)ot tho tlmc for nn. ono With Its blessings timnlfold, Ilut with It have your conscience free A hnnd8omo participation nnnounco-men- t cally all tho basic commouiues 01 mi, to 8trJck nt the ,)acklnB industry as It from blight? by )s trj.ng t0 has been prepared by tho reported to the Senato y th0 American army Then cut your wants In half, suin)y Miil;e thrift your dally staff, Loan Organization, ono of Federal Trado Commission as tho wUh meat Tho stntemcntai to0( as. And keep your credit and your honor these will bo sent to eachnnd tho bank that bright. exhaustive investigation. gQrt tnat thcr prontg woro not Tcsult of an subscribes for thoso Certificates of And when tho tempter offers craft, for"inordinate grccu anti uan-i"-- for fractional part of a cent per pound Indebtedness. This announcement will sake. It; pressure not fraud," as well ns "war commission of proiluct nll(1 ,iirectcd attention to For It's you how much you malic, but bo promlnontly displayed by each parhow mako It. th(J j,rlccg ot leata t0 consumers and ticipating bank. heavy production," the monument Each announcement Is numbered, Ithe prices paid for livestock to Indl- - Would you build your spent; Tcportctl as tho causes. your busy llfo be Kro wcro nnd n careful check Is kept on all i,nve jJeen lleappralsements of properties be- - cate wnel,or tho Or would you the applause of men comIssued. Every patriotic citizen who Is when It mand? mado by great concerns government pron,cerlng anxious to aid the Government nnd Then purge your soul of Breed, -- M evident that the every call of need Hear came win tho war should look for this ana basis 01 And scntter blessings with an open JX ,,,jAXI)l.:ns vlKun. about to put prices on nouncement In tho bank where ho hand. report says transacts business. If It Is not seen, return on Investment, the If money easy comes, do not abuse It. and 'scarce heard amid tho guns below, For It's not how much you save, but how ho should Inquire ot the bank tho reaand salaries, allowances pad you use It. arv .s3r-w&sv; xvnnv' . ;v2 v ,JetwecIl tho crosgC3t rmv 0Il row erc in many Instances William Davenport in Forbes Magazine. son for Its absence. creased cost of conuucimb iThat mark our place; and In the sky ! ..tntwiine feature ot its in- Scarce heard amid tho guns clow, CERTIFICATE PLAN IS BEST Consumption of Sugar Goes commission reported, restlgatlon. tho In Flanders Field. Up to 84 Pounds Per Capita o Inevidence of a tendency U. S. Treasury Certificates of Indebt- Uncle Sam pushed the clock ahead business, Since Revolutionary Period crease cost of conducting Wo are tho dead, short days ago edness Highest Form Com one hour to give more light. Wo lived, felt dawn, saw sunset glow, the forces ot competition. The American who during the mercial Paper, Take advantage of it. You owe it Loved and were loved; and now we Ho tvnrld's greatest war nint got along Mont 1'ackcrs Scored. to yourself and your country to make disclosed by with one lump of sugar Instead of two In Flanders Fields. . Secretary of tho Treasury William Of all the big profits every minute count. In his coffee will be Interested In the .,.,. .,'vnaH cation tho report says, tho G. McAdco has made nn appeal to all fact that the Itcvolutlonary patriots bankers, whether or not they bo mem and those Take up your f,uarrci with the foe; Use your car passenger or comprofits of the meat packers had much less or none nt nil of the bers of the Federal Hescrvo Hank, to them and by the flour t0 you, from falling hands, wo throw, sweetening food material. mercial to the limit. m,i buy United States Treasury Certlll uespue u.. millers, stand foremost, government. Tho torch, He yours to lift It high; A century ago, says the United States cates of Indebtedness up Samuel P. Colt, president of the to 2V4 per If ye break faith with us who Ho prices by tho people department of agriculture, the fixing of cent of their total resources for each United Statca Rubber Company, by the Wo shall not sleep, though popples 3f this country consumed Manipulation of tho market les than Issue. helped awaken the country to the Armour, blow ns much sugar ns they do live great meat packers Cudahy--t- he The bankers are requested to make economic value of the automobile In Fields. Just after the Kevo-tltlo- this calculation not ou tho figures low. In Flanders Swift, Morris. Wilson and last fall. He said the estimated iiununl consump- shown In the latest published stateasserts, "cmbraco commission tion was 7.5 pounds per capita. In ment, but on the footings made on tho every device that Is useful to them In Flanders fields the cannon boom "Everything on wheels must be the average per capita day the subscription Is placed. And fitful flashes light the gloom, regard to law." used and mobilized. without v was S- pounds nnd was The Certificates cf Indebtedness are Tho report charges that the five While up above, like eagles, fly the same 20 vear.s purl tor. Hut offered only to bankers. They will be "The automobile is second to the monopolistic control ot Tho fierce destroyers of tho sky; concerns have .n the five years ending with 101." the until the openrailroads as an adjunct and supplereaching With stains tho earth wherein you He :ntal consumption In the United States offered the meat Industry and "are ing of the Fourth Liberty Loan Cammentary to them in collecting and 8,000,000,000 paign. They approximately ivas for like dominion In other products." Is redder than the poppy bloom, draw 4' per cent Interredistributing merchandise. pounds, n yearly average of about SI est. They constitute, In Flanders Fields. During 1015, 1916 andl917, the commercial papounds for each personv or H7S pounds per of says, these companies "pocketvery highest order the port the "Owners should use their cars, Sleep, ye brave, The shrieking shell, .'or an average family (4.5 person-- ). obligation of a borrower supremo in ed" $140,000,000. both passenger and commercial, more Iteasons for the Increase can be integrity and resources, a security "The e.xperienco with steel, flour The quaking trench, the startled yell. found not only In many new nnd exand more." nvallablu for rediscount, salable In the and coal," says the report, "referring Tho fury of the battle hell. tended uses for sugar but also In nu- market, security for Government Make the most of your car by using to price fixing, shows that a high Shall wake you not, for all Is well, merous sources ot the product. nn asset which Is a compliment the tires that will extend its usefulness stabilizIn Flanders Fields. stimulating fixed price, while cane nnd beet Ileitis supplied 2.'1 to the conservation and patriotism of to the utmost. per cent of the sugar we used In ing nn ascending market, produces an Its owner. the planters of Hawaii, Porto economic situation which .is fraught Your flaming torch aloft wo bear, Use good tires United States Tires. Each bank taking its share of the hardship to the consuming pub- With burning heart and oath wo Ulco and the Philippines furnished 2(5 Certificates of Indebtedness will have They last longest and carry you per cent ; while Cuba, supplemented by prominently displayed an official an swear lic and with ultimate peril to the high Htnall amounts from other foreign nouncemout, numbered, showing this farthest at least cost. companies through increasing To keep the faith, to fight it through cost countries, furnished 51 por cent. Dur- fact. Patriotic meji and women should power of their low cost competitors." To crush the foe or sleep with you There is a United States Tire for ing these five years the sugar consump- demand their bankers to show this In Flanders Fields. "Where the government has fixed every car or truck to guarantee untion of the United States averaged al- participation announcement, and ino prices ou the basis ot fair return on most 100.000,000 pounds per week. The sist upon it. service and greatest THE M HITING TOT. supply for 27 weeks came from foreign net Investment, tho report hints at economy. countries, our Island possessions furpadded depreciations, Increased salarOur nearest Sales and Service Depot (Leslie's.) nished supplies for 111 weeks' consump- BANKERS ARE PATRIOTIC ies charged oft as repairs, fictitious dealer will tell you which ones will Chain letters are to be barred tion, whi to the product of the United manipuralues on raw materials and In Aiding serve you best. hereafter from the United States States proper was equivalent to 1 Are Proving Their Loyalty lated Inventories. weeks' average consumption. Government to Finance mails. Illustrating high rcmuneratives the War. charted off to expense account, the1 Losses from fire In tho United Old Age Cannot Wear Out Increased over $40,000,000 last report cites tho following payments States Its Shoes as Recklessly Tho splendid spirit ot patriotism shown to officials of the American year, duo to war conditions ami tuo As Does the Gay Youth manifested by the bankers throughout 3Ietal Company, of New York, which speeding up of industries. tho Eighth Fedoral Heservo District A New York" Supreme Court reM. D. HUDSON, ieuli chiefly in zinc: Beaver Dam, Ky. Preparing for easy old nge Is ono of In previous Liberty Loan Campaigns loss chairman ot tho cently awarded $30,000 for the IT. Horschild, McHenry, Ky. spurs that has transformed a Is being more than maintained in the McHENRY MFG. & MACHINE CO of a right foot, and another court the "Board, $179,663. wholesome ninbitlnn Into a "vaulting preliminary campaign for tho Fourth MRS. N. C. ILER Rockport, Ky. a husband! $25,000 for the loss of C. 31. Loeb, president, $324,326. o'ertoaps Itself." Many Loan that began Juno 25, when the ambition An anarchist organization In Saca-to- a mnn hnsthat vice president, first series of $750,000,000 of United Otto Sussman, shortened his life overworkRussia, has passed a decree mak- ing to take care of the old age that he States Treasury Certificates of Indebt$221,596. y. Loeb, vice president, $147,930. ing all women from 17 to 32 years thus snuffed out, observes a writer in edness was offered to the banks. No more patriotic and intelligent St. Louis, of age community property. the Minneapolis Journal. Any man Is Sol Koos, manager, American ollicors abroad want uni- remiss who does not prepare against body ot men than the men comprising ?14S,530. age, but nature has also taken a the banking element exists anywhere. !M. Schott, manager, Denver, $136,-53- 3. versal training in the United States, old They mako a deep study of finance. and say that braggadocio at homo Is hand In this preparation. by Old age cannot wear out Its shoes as They watched tho mistakes mado report doing more harm than the Germans. lii tho steel industry, the recklessly as does youth. The normal Germany and our Allies in financing A Catholic soldier, dying In France, old man finds aays, profits increased from 4.7 per better entertainment In the war. and they do not hesitate to cent in 1912 to more than 24 per cent not speaking French, made his con- meditation than he could In expensive place tho stamp of approval on the has a mission in life, and mission ill 1917. One of tho small mills fession through a Protestant woman amusement. Memory Is bis "movie." methods adopted by tin United States Government to avoid repetition of the per Interpreter in a Y, MC. A. hut. Society does not ask old people to bum .showed a profit of more than 300 is to serve you. Quickness, accuracy For tho first time in history Brit- expensive midnight oil nor to appear mistakes. icnr. plan ot Certificates of IndebtThis ish Empire day was celebrated In tho on dress parade. Thus normal and edness spreads out the demand that essential and courtesy are Instances Aro Cited. report United States on May 26 at a huge gratifying reduction of outgo Is equiva- will be made this fall on the country In tho meat industry, the lent to nn addition to the Income. City. lays, Morris & Co. realized more than mass meeting In Now York Feverish preparation for old age Im- at largo for tho Fourth Loan, and the Shoo manufacturers of the United plies the belief not only of iSS per cent on throo mlllons that the appe- money that Is realized from raw mateoutstanding and during States havo under consideration tho tite will not decrease with old age, but rials and labor will go through the capital stock Frequently, she is called upon shoes ex- that old age will be wholly helpless to channels of commerce and return to 2S16 Armour & Co. raised their capi- elimination of all colored sustain Itself. As a mutter of fact, tho country for reinvestment this fall. $20,000,000 to $100,-000,0- cept brown, black and white. tal stock from Tho certificates form tho basis for act quickly in emergencies when courAll washablo tablecloths and nap- but u small proportion of the old are a system of credits which will rellovo "without receiving a dollar shops totnlly disabled for gainful labor. And kins romalnlng unsold in in cash." few, If any, old people nro as happy tho country of a groat strain it would age and presence mind are required. ospcrieuco If the certificate plan had Independent packers, meanwhile In throughout Germany have neon Imperial clothing when Idle us when occupied with such not been adopted. by the 1915 and 1910 earned a higher 1914, work as they are fitted to do. rate of profit than tho largo concoms. ofllcor for army use. wise old man has more loyal and conscientious ot Now ns The fooHsh young man learned what An Episcopal clergyman n CAMPAIGN he failed to PRELIMINARY In the leather Industry the profits t $614,000 York recently set a diocesan con- see, that "enough Is as good us n at one concern jumped from group workers can be found than denouncing feast," and that after nil "man wants Eighth District Bankers Absorb First to $3,576,000 In 1917. Tho vention In an uproar by fc 1914 jliou business meanwhile showed prohibition as a "mixturo of politics but little hero below." Sensible comOffering of Certificates of young women the switchboard. fort in old ago does not come very largo profits, and tho report says, "It nnd fanaticism." Indebtedness. high. President Fauco, of Drown Unihas profited appears that tho retailor whole-.raler- ." versity, says that tho cruelties of service can be greatly uioro In proportion than the Hankers throughout tho Eighth FedHnbylon were nothing compared with Government Appeals to eral Hescrvo District aro entering Patriotism of Sportsmen. heartily in tho Government's plan to extended by To show tho manner In which It is tho scientific "synthetic hellishness" reappraised of German warfare. dispose of tho $750,000,000 United thnrged big concerns The United States department of Treasury Certificates of IndebtA wuvo of joy swept through tho itmlr assets when government agriculture appeals to tho patriotism States When you Telephone Smile tho commis-tfer- n American forces in Franco when it and true sportsmanship of nil persons edness. uppcared imminent The quota for the St. Louis District with It In the enforce- is $30,000,000, issued June 25. Similar included In its roport a copy of a was announced that they would bo to tettor in which It was proposed by given an American tobacco ration, as ment of the federal law for the pro- offerings of tho certificates, not to extection of migratory birds, especially ceed eight issues, will bo madu every Swift & Co. to reappraise six tanning Frouch tobacco is not liked. AND Senator Williams, of Mississippi, at this tlmo when the problem of con- two weoks until tho Fourth Liberty companies in which it ownes fifty per says: "Tho treaty of peace, when it serving tho food supply Is tiiNlng the Loan Campaign. Then theso short-terIncorporated cent. Ingenuity of the world. It Is gratifycertificates, maturing Octobor 'I approve, if dono quietly and comes, should contain a provision ing to know that the majority of 24, may bo turned in tor tho long-terthat no country shall maintain a W. W. HARRIS, Manager, Hartford, Ky. jiromptly," was tho memoranUum lighting force ot moro than 450,000 sportsmen havo observed the fedoral Liberty Uouds. upon tho F. Swift placed regulations and this fact has conHy tho bunks taking tho certificates men." tributed largely to the successful re- at each offering, tho money goes into LOWKIt KAHKS I'OU manding olllcor must bo presented to industry tho roport sults accomplished. A sense of pa- tho hands ot tho Government, It Is In tho Hour UXCLi: SAM'S HOYS mako tho low fare available. Calico of Despondency, triotic duty should Impel every one to expended for raw materials and for jays tho millers for 1917 wll show a Despondency is often caused by conserve this natural food asset, "i m thus labor, Is thrown back into tho chanprofit of 52 cents ou a barrel, or nearl- indigestion CliamlicrlnluV Colic nnd Diarrhoea and constipation, and perpetuating tho species and Increasing nels ot commerce and may bo used All order has boon Issued, pond y 38 por cent on their Investment. quickly disappears Hcmedy. when Chambertho supply for the benellt of all tho over und over, aud tho people not ing a few details to bo worked out, uo mill shows a profit ot $2.00 a Now is tho tlmo to buy a bottlo lain's Tablets aro taken. Thoso tab- people. mado to feel tho drain that would bo by which all United States soldiers Aarrul. Dosplto tho fact that tho food of this remedy so as to bo prepured The department has planned to Inlets strengthen tho digestion and felt if tho entlro amount were raised administration bucceded In reducing move crease greatly Its force of wardens, at one tlmo. the bowels. ' and sailors, whon furloughcd, and In caso that nny ono of your family m preflts Jhoy still woro twlco us high who will bo actively engaged during u Tho Certificates of Indebtedness traveling to und from their homes, should liuvo an attack ot colic or U HIT us in previous years. Women stenographers and typists tho spring migration In securing eviplan will rellovo tho Liberty Loan or at their own oxpouso, will bo during tho summer months. Tit u report covers many principal aro now being onrolled In tho Navul dence upon which to base proseutitlons Campaign to a large extent and make granted a rato of approximately ono It is worth a hundred times its cost ugalu&t thoso who may violate the law. liniolt the Hodorvo as yeomen. Halt Jmluatrlws and limlto Its success all the easier. coat per mile. Certificate from com when needed. m ENORMOUS PROFITS -- vflMPi - -- ht ,,,,.. to-da- Lib-ort- f""' o I , nil lILIlilillir fKBmmEmJy Speed Speed Speed jnc-tcnt- ti 1701-170.- ", n, 1S21-1S2- .J -'l prnc-dcnll- semi-monthl- lc 1011-101- 5; interrupted United States Tsres arc Good Tires v, Your Telephone Operator The BELL Telephone operator her her to ed of No of the at Their your n. CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY Ed--wi- rd u. rccom-iandntto- I illr-rjio- ea ni iwUtt A XLUUJiUKMFjr: TAR HEELS WON BY OPEN HEART TALKS Tact Of U. S. Officials Successful In Bringing In Deserters. (Loiilsvlllo Hornlrf.) WnMilnRton, Juno .TO. Tar Heel Mountain, In North Carolina, Is nRnln part of thn United Slntcs. Nover n real part of tho country when It camo i ' to tho enforcement of rovonuo lnw, It wit lid row utterly when draft camo. Tar Heel would fight for Tar Heel npnliiBt tho cntlio United State? if ncceannry, hut Tar Heel would not bo At a meeting of tho directors of to a foreign wnr. tho Litchfield Deposit bank, held ono y Hut tho mountain In ono day last week, each of tho directors hundred per rent loyal, It Is n cenand officials, and tho bank, bought ter of patrlotlRin nntl Washington $1,000 worth of War Savings Stamps, credits it to tho Judgment and horo-isamounting to $11,000. of n special a;ont of tho Department of Justice, whoso namo tho deThe Mormon church is turning over partment withholds and refers to no Its largo stores of wheat held In its "Accnt A." community stores, for tho use of tho Way hack in tho mountains of government. It has been tho prac-tic- o Carollnn, wlicro runs undiluted the of this church to storo wheat tilood of tho enrly English Rettlora, rB- - and " fBn,"t poss,bl hut whoro ignoranca and superstition Is said this Is the first tlmo in thirty hold firm against tho fcchlo Inroads years the church bins will havo been of tho educated, old Tar Heel Mounempty. tain rears Its wooded crest. Steeped In Ignorance. Tho House Ways and Means comPershing's Forces Increased. Tho proplo of Tar Heel rend no mittee is framing a bill to authorize newspapers and havo few schools. Material incrense during the patr. the sale of $S, 000, 000, 000 of Liberty They know llttlo of tho war. They week in the forces under General Bonds. These bonds will bo in addiPershing was indicated by the official tion to all Issues heretoforo havo soen telephone wires and a. fow mado announcement that flvo American di and sold. have ridden on trains, hut to most which had been brigaded with visions, tho fastest menus of communication Is tho Drltlsh for training, havo ' nov horsehack. Tho women still Between July 22 and 25 Kentucky been returned to tho American arm ride on a pillion hohind her will he called upon to send 4,100 solman, nnd tho movement of freight Whllo the action nlong the Ameri- diers to tho cantonments. This would In every homo where thcro Is a can sectors during tho past week have bo is hy oxens, ynlkcd six and eight to a an average of about thirty six men rough cart nnd "geo'd and hnw'd over baby there should also bo a bottle of been entirely local in character, the to tho county, but since Ohio county tho narrow corduroy roads hy walk- McGEE'S 11AHY ELlXIIt. It may ho chief of the staff said the results have has a larger population than the aver ing drivers hrandlshlnc; long goads. needed at any time to correct sour shown that American troops arc nioro age county, it will probably bo called stomach, wind colic, diarrhoea or than holding their own, and lino upon Their lnnguago In a corruption of tho for a number greater than tho old Kllznhethan nngllsh, and to most summer complaint. It Is a wholesomo oxamplcs of individual valor have average stated. Is a rovenu-cr- ," remedy, contains no opium, morphlno been reported. y of them tho "outlnndor" Viewing the military situation a3 a or at least nn object of suspicion. or injurious drug of any kind. Price Tho Sennto Agricultural commitInto this land camo tho draft, and 2nc nnd COc per bottle. Sold bj' whole, General March was of the tee has favorably roported a bill to m cplnlon that tho situation Is extremely with tho draft resentment that they Ohio Co. Drug Co. prohibit tho manufacture of whisky favorable to the allies. Ho said tho and wine should he tnken from their homes to after Juno 30 1919, for tho fight on alien soil. Many refused to KIXXS SiniKEXDKIt TO Austrian defeat was extremely valua- period of the war, and for the proIn n military and psychoHUNS IS COMPLETE ble both register, others falletf 10 respond hibition of the manufacture and sale logical senEe. when called to the colors, and it wai beer, three months after the apflag government was not received of- of General March had only clan thnt the London, Juno 29. A white proval of the'bill. nnd enabled to make a showing In the with a blue cross has been adopted ficial reports of tho Drltlsh by the diet as tho new national em French successes on Friday and, national army. A drawing wns held at Washington therefore, withheld any comment. He o assign service order numbers to blem of Finland. DcM'rters Illilo In Mountains. the Is that tho white also refrained from announcing the The comment hero Gradually tho men woro won in 700,000 young m'on who recently reghnvo been more ap- total number of men shipped from by reason of having become until nlno wore left who had refused flag alone might ports to date, istered' Hiding propriate, signifying complete surren American embarkation twenty ono years old since June 5, to report to tho draft hoards. to Germany. but Intimated that a statement might 1917. On account of the fact that in tho caves In the mountains or con- der be made later In the coming week. Tho terms of the German-Finnis- h all ellgibles on the list will be called cealed In tho homes. of their mountain agreement nro now announced. They mm to service within a few months, llttlo kin woro thirteen desorters, who had LUCY LOSES LIHERTY. of Fincontrol been called in tho draft and sent to Ineludo tho economic twenty years, interest will bo taken by the men in land by Germany for camp, whence they had iled. their order numbers. Lucy Browning and her friend, Will d reward offered hy and a defensive alllanco with the Tho Barrett, colored, of Echols, are spendtho government for deserters stirred Huns. The Indiana Supreme court has A Finnish army of 100,000 is to bo ing their vncatlon at'thc TIchenor every effort at captures. upheld tho state bone dry law. olllcors to by German olll- House In this city. Lucy and Will s Hut as they rodo tho mountain trails raised nnd Instructed gerantlum slgnnlcd hy tho cors. German officers will command recently imbibed too much MANAGIXG A HUSBAND. their approach was army in tho east in caso of juice, and proceeded to do the little hooting of nn owl or tho call of tho tho Finn city of Echols, up brown. After hy tho moun- war with Russia. dove, closely Imitated By I. D. Claire. Gormnny is to glvo financial support breaking somo doors and windows tain sentinels. And when the sheriffs to now Managing a husband is tho easiest with the they subsided and were subsequently Industries in Finland, posses too closely pressed tho fugiobject of exploiting tho export busi- arrested. Before Judgo Cook Mon- thing in the world if a wife knows tives tho whining of a bullet across ness to Russin. Tho Germans are con- day morning the negroes pleaded how, and it Is the purpose of this tho road In somo dark patch of trail structing a railroad from tho frontier guilty to a chargo of breach of tho article to teach her how. A few was warning thnt It was not worth upon their of Finland to tho Murman coast, bor- peace, paid for tho damage done, and tactful women succeed whllo along that path. wodering tho White Sea. gracefully accepted a five dollar fine own resources, but the average rosso after posso camo hack empty-hande- d. on tho coast each. on shad skins, man needs to approach the question Being short At tho end of this line Tho mountain boasted that a naval base might seriously hamper Lucy and Will paid the flno In Jail. from the Man's point of view, and the purpose of this homily is to present It hold Its own, and about the sheriff's allied communications with tho Rus olllco in tho courthouse at Ilakcrs-vlll- o sian port of Archangel. that view. LYDIA WEDS AGAIN. gloom fought with tobacco The wifo who would learn to man-ag- o m her husband must begin with the smoke for tho air. Lydla Griffin, of color, who had so Doing Good. There was no solaco for tho dopu- Judge Cook's court, assumption that every husband is a Fow medicines havo met with more much trouble in Hes oven In tho com whisky tliat fnvnr nr mnrft srnnil than with her husband, Lon Griffin, final- tyrant, who will brook no dispute of In I mastery. The X!IPPcd down from tho mountain Cnamborla,n.fl Collc and Dlarrhoea ly got a divorce from Lon, and In the tho province of his rccognlzo this Us usual mysterious channel, and tho Remedy. John F. Jantzen, Dolameny, quiet hours of tho night time, Wed- wifo who does not d at principle is doomed to failure. long leaves of tobacco, Sask., says of It, "I havo used Cham- nesday, took unto herself a second basic doors of their homes, lost their berlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy husband, in the person of Earl Tal-ber- t, The rich man gratifies his instinct to tho by lording it over his serusual fragrance myself and In my family, nnd can of Hayti, Earl is about ten tyranny vants and the poor man appeases his Ti'uclit'h Lesson Of PntrlotLsm. recommend It as being an exception- years younger than Lydla, and Bhe by kicking tho a Then camo "Agent A." Tho attnek ally flno preparation." in will have a chance to raise him up to lust for dominion wns called off, , and ho, nlono and called faithful dog that licks his hand hor. Earl and Lydla suit a king and unarmed, rodo Into tho mountain to FAIR PREMIUMS IX Judgo Cook out of bed about ten Every man feels himself spread tho story of tho war and Its S STAMPS o'clock Wednesday night to tie the must have the gratification of comlessons of patriotism. nuptial' knot. May they live in plete mastery over somebody or somo thing, and it is tho wifo who consults Ho met tho mountain men nnd Nearly half of tho premiums to bo peace. this masculine weakness and humors their women, nlwnys sending mes- awarded by tho 1918 Kentucky State sages of patriotism and sorvlco to th3 Fair will ho paid in It Uiat brings her husband to his LAHOIt-SAVINknees at her feet. To humor and outlaws. Nono of these did ho over Stamps according to information reWHEAT HAUVESTEU. flatter man's aspiration for kingship J seo, but at times ho folt cortaln that ceived by the Department of is the wifo's royal road to success, i thoy woro undor tho samo roof with from authorities of tho State Ono thousand improved d doors Board of Agrlculturo of Kentucky. Man must rule, and tho limit of the und that from him, machines, known as com- hopo of dominion of tho average man ears gathered each word ho left ns Tho price list for tho 1918 fair totals bines, will bo used in Washington is his wife and dog, unless perchance messages for them. $78,000, of which It Is estimated that Stato and other States of tho Northnnd his $35,000 will bo paid in he owns a mule, and within such narThoy woro Anglo-Saxon- s west this year, according to farm-hel- p row limits he must bo supremo. As words took root in their hearts. Tho Stamps. specialists of tho United States long as tho husband's uuthority is desertors, Woss Ellis, Petor Ledford, Department of Agriculture, and will disputed ho will play tyrant with bruR. Greon, Urown Uuchanun, Woman's Case Landon effect a great saving in labor. These tal fierceness to nioro firmly establish Cnrrlal Sasklus, Petor Garland, machines, which cut the heads from it, and yet ho is that desperately Franklin, Robert Dixon, Startles Rockport wheat and threshes tho grain ns they hungry to have it fitly recognized ho Illalno Hughes, Dunlol Roxter Coopor, A business man's wifo could not IUovons, nialno Greon und road or sew without sharp pain in travel across the field, can bo operatis willing to fall down and worship Arthur ' William Freeman, began to talk her oyes. For years hor eyes wero ed by two persons and each machine tho first to acknowledge It. Man was horn for power, woman I among thomsolvos and with tho draft red and weak. Finally sho tried pure will harvest from 350 to 400 acres of during a season. They are for love, and it is only In tho houseevadors, and tholr friends boro word Lavoptlk eye wash. Tho result of wheat marked labor savers over the old hold whore this eternal truth Is "Agont A." to ONE application astonished hor. A typo combined which requires from recognized that the peace dove calmDo Issuod passes to tho men by small bottle Lavoptlk is guaranteed 15 to 20 men. ly spreads her sheltering wings. which road: to benefit EVERY CASE weak, strain their friends m "To nil olllcors of tho United States ed or inflamed eyes. ONE WASH GET KID OF LICETO DAY OF DIG PAUXCH OVER. and tho sheriff und his doputios nnd will startlo with Its quick results. ill citlzons of Mitchell county. Greet- Aluminum eyo cup FREE. Harrel Paris, June 29. Stops hare been Berne, Juno 29. G The ago of fat . ings: You aro directed not to arrest Bros, druggists at Rockport. taken to prevent tho breeding of llco stomachs in Oormany Is over, says 1)111 Drecn and allow him perfect In the zones of tho allied armies, in tho Cologno Gazotto, not only becnuso freedom to como and go as ho pleases order to stop the spread of trench of tho food shortage, but because "tho till noon, Juncv7, 191S." o FOR FLETCHER'S (fever. This malady has taken first Intellectual appreciation of tho woro twonty-twfat Passes . for nil - tho , ... ...nl.a lV trlist- 1 rank In Incapacitating tho soldiers of belly no longer exists." it.OUt 1IUO lUU muumoiua wj j to-dam low-necjnc-a-hensun-cureWAH-SAVIXGWar-SavinG Agrl-culturo wheat-harvestihalf-openeWar-SavinIlon-Jaml- cd friends of tho outlaws nnd they wefo told to report at tho courthouso Saturday afternoon nt 4 o'clock. True To Their I'roinlsc. It was Just that hour when "Agent A" walked Into tli cjurthousonnd found thoro grouped to meet hlm In the jury box of tho District Court room, tho nlno draft delinquents, whllo across tho room in tattered costumes of nrmy clothes and mountain homespun tho thirteen dosortcrs from tho nrmy. They glowered sullenly nt him, for filnco their arrival in town their minds hud been poisoned with tho tnlo that ho had lured thorn into hnnds of tho "lnw" to arrest them nnd carry them to enmu, in chains. Mftlng his right hand, palmyopcn nnd forward In the mountain gesture of pence, ho addressed thorn: "Hoys, if you bcliovo that atoty thcro Is tho door. Any of you who bcliovo It get out and I promlso you 24 hours to hldo yourself hoforo any pursuit stnrts. Thoso stay I koop my word to and thoso who go I pledgo that Hamo word that they will be hunted down If It takes years," Cheers! A round of hearty cheers broko for "Agent and all twenty-tw- o A" to shako his hnnd. Tho blndlns of their bargain. Every ono stayed. Ho gave them leave to do as they might wish until 10:30 tho next morning when they woro to report. All were ready nt tho hour, and tho occasion was celebrated by a parade through tho city's streets. Leading camo tho sheriff on horseback, carrying a United States ling. Then camo 'Agent A" nnd John McHcc, chnlrman k of tho Iocnl drnft board In n ed hnck, and then tho deserters, followed by fifty women, men and child ren from tho mountain, their friends and kin. AMERICAN UNIT REACHES ITALY Gen. March Discusses Troop Movements On Western Front. Washington, Juno 29. Safo arrival in Itnly of tho first contingent of tho military force which will represent the United States was announced y hy Gen. March, chief of staff. Sent direct from this country, tho troops landed yesterday, to supplement others ordered from Franco by General Pershing. Sanitary units composo tho greater part of the first arrivals, but "other special units" also wcro Included. General March reiterated tho statement thnt tho bulk of tho combatant American troops going to Italy will bo sent from tho Western front, their places being immediately taken by now regiments from tho United States. "No definite plan for the Increase of this forco from tho United States has been reached," Secretary Baker said later, in commenting upon the announcement. 'It should bo empha' sized thnt the shipment of futher in crements depends largely upon future developments." to-da- modern armies, ns typhoid nnd main other wars. Tho fi.ght against tho louso results from tho finding of tho Amorlcan Research Committee, headed by MaJ. It. P. Strong, which concurred with tho medical authorities of tho Drltlsh armies in convicting tho louso of transmitting trench fovor to soldiers. "Delouslng units" havo been formed nnd a system of disinfecting tho clothing of tho men returning from tho trenches hac been put In operation. laria did Smm3A.-aA- e I, 111. UW rv-- M r i hMwfl .n...-- . 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Asa Kcllcy, Fordsvllle. 2 been hit hnrd enough by InTo Class Frank Kuykcndnll, Hartford. x creased cost of material nnd labor, 319 Men Moved President Willie Klpor, Ualzctown. now comes tho government with a One, Very Few Other J. W. Kirk, Narrows. We have opened a Produce House in Hartford, Ky., postago rates. Formerly Killlor blc ralso In Changes. Ii JOHN IIEXItY THOMAS nostngo In tho county of X next door oiler's grocery., and we are going Editor newspaper "W. S. TIXSM5Y, Aoclnto Class I. publication wns treo. i ins ireo priv-lleManager. cash prices eveiy to pay the highest nnil Business Win, Leo Lee, Beaver Dam. Is now withdrawn nnd postago Harlan Leach, Beaver Dam. day in the week. charged according to dlstanco carried. Tho local exemption board has comCharlie T. Leach, Horton, Entered according to law at By tho now postago rnto newspaper pleted its work of reclassifying tho Hartford, Ky., as mall postago rates aro increased live hun Jesse Allen Lee, Heaver Dam. drafted men in tho county, nnd tho matter of tho second class. . . Wavy LUcs, E. St. Louis, 111. dred per cent. result shows 319 men changed from m i; classes to class 1, and twelvo other . . Address all communications to A remarkablo docotrln was pro- men changed to clas3 2. Tho men so Class . attorney In changed linvo tho right of appeal to Tho Hartford Republican. claimed by a railroad Jesso B. Mason, Centertown. . . circuit court hero this week. Tho tho district exemption board at Madl- Lonnlc B. Maddox, (col), Dancominonwealh has secured an indict sonvllle, where upon tho presentation ville, Ky. subscribers. notice company for . Brankley B. Moore, Simmons. of allldavlts properly executed their Subscribers desiring tho paper sent ment against a railroad give tho Thomas W. Mills, Whitesvllle. to a now address mustrequest. old falling to provldo equal accomoda cases will bo reviewed. Thoso who . address in making tho Notices 10c tions for whlto and colored passen wero changed from other classes to Alva Magan, Narrows. Business Locals and gers. Tho railroad niiorncy siaiuu James A. May, Olaton. per lino, and Be per lino for addition- tho position that tho stato could not classes 1 and 2 are, in addition to tho William Guy Muffct, Narrows. list published last week, as follows: al Insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards proceed against tho company beeauso D Grlder F. Moore. Horso Branch. money In ad- tho railroads wero now under tho of Thanks, Bo per line, Vernon S. Moore, Horso nranch. Class 1. vance Owned and operated by Armour & Co., Incorporcontrol of the federal government. Guy O. Mldklff, Whitesvllle. Harry Otis Duff, Narrows. Church Notices for services freo, If this attorney's position Is well Be por lino. ated. United States Food Administration License Emmet Martin, Hartford. Orannon Daugherty, McHcnry. but other advertisements, Anonymous communications will taken the peoplo aro left wholly with Earnest Morris Hartford. No. Authony Daniel, Hartford. out protection against any sort of ag receive no attention. Wallace Martin, Fordsvllle. L. T. RILEY, Manager. Alex. Chas. Davis, Beaver Dam. gression tho railway operatives may Guy E. McDanlel, Cromwell. Roy Taylor Dunn, Cromwell. X TELEPHONES. see causo to make. Hugh Myers, Echols. Otha Dodson, Llvia. . Cumberland Rufus Moscley, McHenry. " Clydo C. Durham, Centertown. Fanners Mutual ON WITH THE DANCE. John W. Marks, Hartford. Willie P. Davison, Narrows. Oscar McKinney, McHenry. Wavy S. Daugherty, Simmons. JUljY '" Tho Carnival Is hero. On with tho William E. Martin. Olaton. FRIDAY Charlie C. Day, Narrows. dance, and let Joy bo unconflned. Edgar Mngan, Olaton. Joseph R. Dodson, Centertown. Carnival, carousal, blackface comedy Noel A. Molln, Beaver Dam. Cln-s- s J. Is Everybody but tho government and games of chance! Let tho welkin Willie Minton, Echols. Claude B. Davis, Horse Branch. piactlolng economy of mirth ring, and ago and youth Louis Murray, Hartford. Chwss it. meet In song nnd dance. This mny Dcnslo K. Minton, Hartford. Charlie Daniels, Fordsvlllo. Tho country Is not hog wild on be our last carnival and let us enjoy Esslo MUlor, Olaton. patriotism but it is in E flag and drum Carni-vals.llLeslie D. Miller. Fordsvlllo. tho it while we have It with us. Claims 1. dead earnest about whipping blind tigers and many other Claud E. Minton. McHenry. IL' Evans, Fordsvlllo. Clarence Huns. mirthful Institutions of tho old days Leslie Morris, Cypress, Ky. William R. Edge, Whltcsvllle. one may Frank Myers, Beaver Dam. Don't cuss the tax commissioner be- aro falling into decay, and Andy Elder, Hartford. Henry A. Miller, Hartford. you havo to corao to Hartford not pass this way again. cause Frank Everly, Centertown. Hartford covered herself with hon He didn't Henderson Murphree, Hartford. Espey, McIIenry. to list your property. Daniel or in the bond sale, and with glory Vlg P. Morton, Equality. make tho law. P In the Red Cross campaign but so 'Robert E. Morris, Rockport. Class 1. In a telegram to the Federal Trades far It has woefully fallen down In Rufus Minton, McHenry. Ray Faught, Smallhouse. . h .icoinn T.nnia Swift savs "our patronizing the carnival, and wo are . Louis Mnssey, Hartford. VUlIIIUlooiwi Luther Faught, Equality. i'er- - n3hnmea of this falling away of public Joseph M. Mills, Whitesvllle. profits have been reasonable. Fulkerson, Ceralvo. Cecil R. haps William Kidd would have said snlrlt. Havtl has turned out en- Howard Moore, Beaver Dam. David E. French, Prentiss.. mnssee but the white folks are slacktho same of his. Ira D. Funk, Hartford. 'p,, ers. Many of tho best citizens of tho -- """ CLoss 1. Martin Farmer, Fordsvllle. "V The work is a bit more prosaic, town have not been seen on tho E. Norrls, Whitesvllle. City. Joshua Vio ntxt three months tho Wilbur Faught, Central ...-- i.... r w IHIb IVf Comble A. Nabors, Dundee. Byron Lee Foster, Hartford. .women folks can accomplish more Jt b Wednesday night to go to prayer i o Norval Faught, Cromwell. war by canning meeting. Why, there will bo other toward winning tho E. Fuqua, Dundee. Gillottne Class 1. vegetables than by knitting sweaters. prayer meetings, but if this carnival Rollle D. Foreman, Narrows. Will Oiler, Beaver Dam. proves a failure the Mayor may de Steven Louis Fraley, Vanceburg, Latna Oldham, Beaver Dam. Owensboro will put on the spec- cide that Hartford peoplo do not ap Ky. noponntrv of a bonUTO 01 GG1 .,! ntiil mnv 4H.,.im nm1trnt i4 Walter Foster, Hartford. ClO-N1. man books. When tho Kaiser hears neyer llcense another one to exhibit Estl'l D. Fulkerson, Rockport. of the patriots of this mighty stroke L. Porter, Beaver Dam. In fact most cities have al Martin here. Eunice Farmer, Narrows. of the Daviess capital ho will no ready cut them out of their list of Robert B. Peters, Beaver Dam. Edward Free, Fordsvllle. doubt give up the ghost. public attractions. Pate Lawrence, Whitesvllle. C. Faught, McHenry. Wlliam Some captious peoplo here arc urg Francis M. Petty, Narrows. C. Ford Marlon, Madison, Wis. Even a president in war time ing that tho moral effect of a car Owen Park, (col) Battle Creek, state 7. G will nnd it hard to convince the Archie E. Stewart, Beaver Dam. nival is not good. This isn't fair. Mich. Class 1. Goff, Neafus. Michigan, with its hundred thous- Carnivals were not Instituted as adClass 2. of Reuben John Lawrence Payne, Whitesvllle. Notter T. Zclglcr, Hnrtford. Dudley D. Griffith, Hartford. Collls L. Shultz, Narrows. and Republican majority, that it juncts to Sunday schools. Some Clabourno Plrtlc, Beaver Dam. Taylor Austin Zelgler, Hartford- ought to send the nonpartisan Henry complaint Is being made that negro Orville Gray. Hartford. Herman Stevens, Beaver Dam. Price, McHenry. Ernest Byron H. Smith, Beaver Dam. Ford to the United States senate. Wilbur A. Geary, Rockport. women are appearing on tho outsklo James Lee Pryor, Whitesvllle. Joseph P. Graves, Rockport. Delniar Stewart, Cromwell. with a liberal area Report of tho condition of tho Adra Patton, Whitesvllle. Henry Ford's chasing the Michi- of the show tentanatomy nude as a George Green, Wysox. T of their upper John A. Pryor, Whitesvllle. as gan senatorial toga is quite Taylor Grant, Beaver Dam. Class 1. BANK OF HARTFORD it Is not a Geo. H. Pryor, Deanfleld. as his "getting the boys out newborn rat, and that Wlnfleld R. Gary, Horse Branch. K nroner spectacle for ladles to witness. Ernest It. Taylor,' Beaver Dam. of the trenches before Christmas." Doing business at tho town of HartAustin W. Gentry, Narrows. Why, that is art; black art, and wo Cbiss 1. Orvlll D. Tlchcnor, Hartford. As a "flivver" builder Henry Is a ford, County of Ohio, Stato of Everett Gill, Hartford. things men who want to see such W. Franklin Thomas, Rockport. Wm. E. Reynolds, Balzetown. peach, but as a statesman pish! Kentucky, at tho close of Class 2. Rockport. Is the sort of thing they want that Geo. L. Toolcy, Gordon Rcld, Beaver Dam. business on 2Gth day of as James Goff, Hartford. Vega M. Truman, Narrows. It is all a matter of taste f Government control of public in- to see. Otis C. Renfrow, Horton. Juno, 191S. when she kissed her (col), Prentiss. II Kred D. Tlchcnor, Isom Royal, Fordsvllle. dustries is adding an enormous bur- the woman said Class 1. Charlie Taylor, Reynolds. den to the taxpayers of the country. cow. It is complained, too, that Ed Robinson, Reynolds. RESOURCES. Rosslo N. Taylor, Hartford. Marvin Hoover, Hartford. The policy of guaranteeing normal Ohio county citizens have recently William L. Render, Cromwell. Loans and Discounts . . $1D4,98G.C0 William V. Taylor, Beaver Dam. Overdrafts, secured Carter H. Havens, Roslne. profits to railroads and government been fined heavily for setting up and William W. Riley, Hartford, and Jonothan R. Hosklns, Beaver Clous 2. Wayne W. Rhoads, Hartford. contractors very naturally leads to operating games of chance, and that unsecured 1.549.6S now the carnival crowd Is operating Dam. extravlgant expenditures. Albin Tichenor, Fordsvllle. James Render, McHenry. Stocks, Bonds and othor right in the shadow games of chance Loney G. Hoover, Hartford. RockWm. McKiuley TInsloy, Frank M. Robertson, McHenry. Securities 3S.S80.00 If tho peoplo vote tho road tax to of tho court house, and In tho presWillie Hlnes, Whitesvllle. Loney Ralph, Whitesvllle. port. Duo from Bank's 133.387.19 county with a real road ence of our county and city oflllcers . Leon R. Hunt, Rockport. provide the Woodford M. Taylor, Centertown. Cash on hand Frank Romans, Cromwell. 16,384.65 fund tho Fiscal court should then buy and aro not molested. Tho charge Harlan Harris, Hartford. Noah Lee Rowe, Hartford. John Pendleton Taylor, Hartford. Checks and other cash which to pull tho road Isn't fair. They aro not operating Fordsvllle. tractors with Jesse B. Hedden, Stiley T. Roberts, Narrows, Chester Loo Tichenor, Hartford. items 134.35 . graders, start them In the spring and games of chance. The Rube who Otha Hosklns, McHenry. Jodu Raley, Beaver Dam. W Banking House, Furniworking until all tho roads pays for a trial to cover tho red has keep them Arvll Hale, Fordsvllle. Herscliell Roach, Beaver Dam. Class 1. ture nnd Fixtures 4,500.00' in tho county are graded. no chance. But who is to prosecute Geo. A. Hunter, McHenry. Wayno S. Rock, Hartford. rhos. Wilson, Byern Kan. sold the earn! The city authorities James F. Hardin, Narrows. Chester L. Roach, Hartford. Total . . , $389,322.47 Gilbert Westerfleld, Hartford. Tho President has Just vetoed a val tho privilege to operate their Elbert Hazelwood, Hartford. William R. Riley, Centertown. LIABILITIES. Albert Wright, Horton. bill passed by congress to lengthen schemes, and it would bo positively McHenry. Geo. W. Hess, Clarence O. Reed, Beaver Dam. Gilbert F. Wright, Horton. the working day 01 government cionta ungrateful now to arrest thorn for tho Capital Stock paid In,, In Tallle F. Heflin, Simmons. Class 2. If bought and paid for privilege, and Alva C Westerfleld, Fordsvlllo. from seven to eight hours. .. 40,000.00- cash .. Finnls B. Harrison, Narrows. Rldgeway, Llvia. Joe James Woodward, (col.), Beaver Surplus Fund farm and Industrial labor wero to tho county authorities would consider 20,000.00' Howard Hlnes, Beaver Dam. Sidney C. Render, Hartford. Dam. abopt a soven hour day the Huns It a discourtesy to tho city officials Undivided Profits, less James L, Hendricks, Rockport. Alexander R. Rial, Hartford Joseph II. Wilson, Balzetown. would have tho war already won. expenses anil taxes to butt in. It is all right to punish Corlas Heflin, Simmons. S Charless Whobnry, Hartford. operating games paid our own ciizens for 2,596.25, Chas. W. Hardin, Whitesvllle. 1. Class "Wo are pleased to say for tho local Godfrey Warmer, Rochester. Deposits subject chance, but it would bo positively Lee Hicks, Hartford. Henry B. Sutton, Narrows. board, that, so far as wo of exemption Michel! H. White, Horso Branob. to check $208,480.65 impollto to impose such a hardship Willlo Howard, Hartford. Wallace Stephens, Fordsvllle. aro advised, it has done Its duty fair- on strangers within our gates. On V. Whlttlnghlll, Fordsvlllo. Tlmo Doposlts 118,701.57 327,182.22 O. Holm, Hartford. Thas. W. Smith, Hartford. in tho matter of John ly and impartially Cecil J. Wheeler, Hartford Other Liabilities not Inwith tho dance. Clarence Y. Hoover, Hartford. Dan B. Stevens, Olaton. reclassifying the drafted men. It Indianapolis, Culley yWcddlng, cluded under any of Beatty Hancock, Loltchfleld Davo given Willlo Smith, Narrows. has fpllowed tho instructions Ind. OHIO COUNTY' CROPS. abovo heads 44.00' Walter HeiiBhaw, Hartford. Bethel Chrader, Fordsvlllo. it by tho authorities at Washington, Carl Westerfleld, Beaver Dam. Crop conditions, as a whole, aro Grover C. Hlnes, Beaver Dam. nor Influence has satisfactory, according to report of Van Buren Stewart, Beaver Dam. and nelthor wealth Everotto W. Whlttlnghlll, FordsTotal $389,822.47 Arnold G. Hlnes, Llvla. Pum Shrove, Narrows. shielded any man from classification County Agent Browdor. Wheat vllle. v Oral Hockor, Select. Slrcio Kellos Slnnct, Hartford. believes ho Just- threshing is in progress, and tho Jon to which tho board Claud Leo Webb, Hartford. Stato of Kentucky,) James W. M. Hardin, Dundee. Robert Stone, Rockport. ly belonged. Alvln Ward, Hartford. yield Is running from 12 to 30 bush)Sct Hennlng, Hartford. Eular Smith, Hartford. Jacob J. per acre. Charles W. West, Centertown. County of Ohio, ) Rlt Hayncs, Whitesvllle. Federal Trades els A report of the Richard II. Shelly, McHenry. Arvll Williams, Centertown. Corn crop much Improved by tho We, J. W. Ford, and C. O. Huntorr Richard E. Hussey, Llvia. Commission reveals a condition of Robert B. Schroader, Olaton. Jesso O. Wllkerson, Horso Branch. President and Cashier of the nbovo rains of last week, and favorable sea Earl Hess, McHenry. the counprofiteering that startles Odlo D. Smith, Hartford. David R. Whlttlnghlll, Fordsvlllo. named Bank, do solemnly swear son from now on will produce a good Estll D. Hoagland, Hartford. try. Coal, Hour, meats and various corn crop. Jewell C. Shultz, Prentiss. Ernest E. Wllloughby, Prentiss. that tho abovo statement Is true to Arthur Havens, Beaver Dam. other products are involved in tho reWilllo V. Shields, Cromwell. Marvin Wright, Llvia. Tobacco all set, and cultivation tho bost of our knowledge and beHclfner, Llvermore. Irvln port. Tho Commission calls upon begun under favorable conditions. L. Sharp, Utlca." Claude Alfred L. Williams, Rockport. lief. Willis A. Hlnes, Hartford. Immediate legislation congress for Alva II. Southard, Simmons. Hay crop good. Clover running Corbet Wolls, Beaver Dam. J. W. FORD, Prsldent. Thomas Iamllton, Deanfleld. Story, Llvermoro. to stop tho highway robbery of tho ten per cent above normal. Tim, Bennle Fordsvllle. Arthur White-houseC. O. HUNTER, Cashier. will bo to arouse public. Tho result Joseph" W. Smiley, Hartford. othy 80 per cent, with much weeds, Wm. II. Watson, Roslno. Subscribed and sworn to before Class 1. a public sentiment that will help to Red top about 90 por cent, and Short, (col), Rockport. Isaac F. Jno. M. Woodburn, Prentiss, mo this 3rd' day of July, 1918. stifle tho thieving profiteers. Geo. A. Igleheart, Centertown. Earl Smith, Select. nen 1J. Woodburn, Prentiss. clean. My Commission Expires March 1st, Igleheart, Hartford. Smith, Ged, La. Oscar W. Clarence B. Gardens damaged by drought, but Class 2. 1922. Notwithstanding tho President has Arvll B. Stearsman, Centertown. Elda Iler, Beaver Dam. rains of Laten E. Wilson, Olaton. MARGARET MARKS. adjourned politics until after war, improving sinco tho very poor. last James A. Stone, Narrows. J week. Potato crop Ona Ward, Whitesvllle. Notary Public. wo are apprehenslous that boforo tho Lawrence J. Smith, Narrows. Class 1. Large crop of peas and soy beans Correct Attest: V fall election Is over somo partisan Re- sown, and making favorable growth. Narrows. Jesse Sutton, Alfred W. James, Centertown. ROWAN HOLBROOK, CllibH l, f 5 publican will, in an unguarded moJames A. Salkill, Utlca. D. M. James, Fordsvllle. Rains woro general ovor the counattention of tho wool R. E. LEE SIMMERMAN, ment, call tho Alton Yates, Hartford. Strlngfleld, Roslne. Herbert ty, but lighter In tho vicinity of Chas. B. Johnson, Deanfleld. Directors. Wavy C. Young, Hartford. nnd wheat growers of tho north and Murray C. Swain, Prentiss. Henry Johnson, Fordsvllle. M- v fact tha ho gov jvest to ho C. E. SMITH, Incorporated had not jNew Poultry House t W. S. TINSLEY, Scc.-Trea- s. co t t I Hens Springers Roosters 22 cts. 28 cts. 13 t to i Eggs, per doz. cts. 26 cts. Packing Butter, lb. 25 cts. Kentucky Creameries, !SCSSSSSi PHOENIX SILK HOSE ALL COLORS ke 130 to $2.00. Huh Clothing Co. KY. HARTFORD, towtommsm .., ... m ;cvifcsiS An ofTlclal order, cffcctlvo July 1,J William Ilnltzoll. n respected colored Horton died Saturday, and 1918, authorizes millers to grind tho mnn, of fnnmnra wVinir tt fold nwn rnlaltif in ti was burled, at llotlict Sunday. tho amount of a threo months up- I Mrs. Minnie Craig, of Pordsvlllo, ply of flour, and allows tho farmer , father, Mr. Dompsey to u bo twelvo pounds of flour per visited her month for each member of his fam Craig, In Owcnsboro, last week. sann i ily, SUMMER FROCKS Our stock is now very Mr. and Mrs. John Davis, of Taffy, Mr? anil Mrs. O. It. Tlnsloy, and wore guests of tlio family of Mr. made Uuck Smith Tuesday and Wednesday. Mrs. Tlnslcy's mother, Mrs. Hoover, i piece complete both in with ' left of Washington neighborhood, McCall Mr. Spurgcon Parks, of Mnllnrry, Tuesday for Calvert City whero they goods and ready to wear was tnken to LouIbvIHo last week for will visit tho family of Mr. Albert Patlcrm treatment for Homo trouble with his Hoover. They will also visit relar. garments for are tives at Hcrrln, III., before their refoot. turn home. charming, Our buyers have Hon. Tom Spurrier, of Caneyvllle, Summery Henry James, representing the traveling representative of tho State and just returned from the wns In Hartford Stato Tax Commission, was In HartTax Commission, ford tho first of tho week to adjust delightTuesday. market, where Ihey pickHIncs in tho matter of fully Mr. HIHIo Bryant, who has been tho matter of paying his deputies. ed up some desirable cool PrfM Our prices will appear each week. Vrrtt visiting In tho county for somo time, Mr. James went out to see Mr. Hlnes (3V4 his home in Illinois, and. wo undertsand, effected an arreturned to We buy poultry every day. merchandise at a low rangement by which payment to the Thursday. deputies will bo made. On Sala For JULY-N- ow mmmmmKmammmmmmmmt price. Mr. Jeff Harnett, of Reynolds, Is Wedding contributing his share toward whipJudgo and Mrs. It. It. ping tho Kaiser. Ho has four sons were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Worth Loyd, of Harretts Ferry, from Sunday in Unclo Sam's army. until Tuesday. The Judgo was un: 20c Fancy Voiles Harlnn Tlnslcy, son of Mr. Elmer expectedly but delightfully delayed W. E. ELLIS & BRO, Managers. 20c TInsIcy, has written his parcnt3 of on nis trip nomo lucsuay. iuu 25c Fancy Organdies License No. 35c his safe arrivnl in France. Young Judge's two chief characteristics are 40c Flaxons (white only) . . Tinsley left Hartford in May. good humor and a good appetite. 50c 60c White Organdy While passing Mr. Buck MIdkeff's 75c 2 FOIt SALE 1000 second-hanIioubo on his way homo ho learned 85c Silks (shirting patterns . . " by a conference of Democrats, who bushel wheat sacks. 20 cents each, that the boy while cutting grass had Im 50c Jumped at tho chanco of "adjourning GOc Fancy Gaberdine Skirting STRAY STREAKS for cash only, while they last. Inadvertently cut off the legs of a 50c d Repubpolitics" In their HARTFORD MILL CO. GOc White Skirting Blt2. fat hen, and that the hen was in the lican state by nominating a candidate (By Fluko McFluke.) dinner pot. The visitors arrived whose means and influence are as There was a baptising at McIIenry home late In tho afternoon. amplo as his Republicanism is dubiSunday, following a protracted meetDIllls Ward, who was elected to th$ ous. Certainly a 'Michigan organimembers were ndded to KILLED IN COAL MINE. ing, and 45 3Gc, 46c to $1.00 ofTlce of County Assessor last year zation Democrat who would object to Sheer Voil Waists Fordsvlllo, Ky., July 2. Lorln tho various church membership. 'pears to be a right smart stuck up, JJ-2Whltlcr, son of Mr and Mrs. C. W. since the Legislature smeared him Mr. Ford because ho has been classiOrgandy Waists exaggerates the If you havo visitors or go away Whitler, of this place who has been over with the high falutln namo of fied as a Republican Fancy White Waists J importance of a somowhat damaged us up and tell us about living in Eldorado, 111., for several "County Tax Commissioner." yourself call $2.00 label. The conscientious Democrat Plain White Voil Waists years, was killed with two other men It. Wo shall not regard it as , might object to Mr. Ford as emphat Chine Waists as a favor to us. at Eldorado last Satin a coal mine but Crepe de Just as soon as tho Carnival struck urday night by white damp. His re- this burg John Henry did his durn-de- st ically as a Republican, but not one Waists, all colors Georgette eYo VV $3.50 who is looking for election results. Mr. Byron Foster, who is employ- mains, in charge of eight union minto get Mrs. Thomas to go spend White Skirts ; And now tho adjournment of poled in railroad construction work in ers, arrived hero yesterday morning. a week with his and her relatives up fJ-iSK !?;Sn Wool Skirts itics appears in Illinois, whero the Kentucky, wns here Sunday Funeral and burial will take place eastern around Narrows, but Missus Thomas Democrats propose that Illinois, one Vi$n8nnfi Poplin Skirts, . : He leaves a wife and was to visit his mothr, Mrs. Isaac Foster. here and is wise to John, and she's of the banner Republican states of $25.00 Mid-Summ- er Coats five small children. right around here all the time, with the union, shall accept the ministraeye on Mr. Thomas. Prof. Vernon Crowdcr, of Horse McCall Patterns carried in stock. OF OHIO CO. a perfectly good tions of our prismatic senior senator Ilrancll, was In town Tuesday. Prof. TO THE TAXPAYERS Stamps and trade with Buy War Savings years more. will not teach this fall. Ho pest for six Crowder There wont be any wars, nor Thus tho full beauty of adjournSection 5 Chapter 11 of Act 1018 is finding farming more remunerative. ilence ,nor droughts, (No John Henry, ment is interpreted to us day by day, Contains tho following provisions it wont bo so very wet either) nor "It shall be tho duty of tho tax- high cost of livin, nor scarcity of and we begin to see that It means Mr. Roscoo Ilenham, a U. S. re county to appear at not the adjournment of politics but cruiting officer stntioned at Bowling payers of tho sugar, nor whole wheat flour in limit the adjournment of Republican poli- tho offlco of the Tax Commissioner Green, and Miss Dena B. Rial, of No36 hours a July tho 1st and ed quantities, nor work tics. The qualifying adjective evicreek, were married Sunday, the Rev, between the dates week, nor Country town street car dently dropped off beforo Mr. WilOctober 31st and furnish said Tax U. T. Harper officiating. nivals in heaven. son's delivery, or perhaps tho reportCommissioner a complete list of their ers failed to hoar it. But that omisproperty of all kinds and description" We don't exactly and openly charge sion is now made good. The adjournMr. and Mrs. Silo Taylor, of Green Now in compliance with said Act. ville, came up Sunday to visit rela- I, or one or more of my deputies that there is any politics in it, far be ment of politics means the election to war times, but Congress in all solid Republican Mr. Taylor reW. It. Carson and little son, tives in tho county. my offlco at tho court It from us, in these Hartford Republican of Prof. wcro in to sco us Tuesday. turned homo Monday, and Mrs. Tay- will bo In you. In order to avoid' Just between U & I, its a darn queer states of Democrats or Republicans The Uedn, house to servo Cooms, Greep, Doc Ford who worked for and voted tho Dem lor will spend tho week here. delay and rush please report at the thing thatbunch' are always able to ocratic ticket at the last presidental JU,jY and that !'. IUDAY earliest possible date. Mr. A. It. Rcnfrow Is erecting have every Carnival that comes to election. Mr. Cicero Crowder, of Select, was Respectfully, Sunnydalc. silo on his farm near town set up and put their wares on a visitor ai mis omco .uuuuuy. ". D. E. Ward. Somo adjournment Chicago TribE. n R. TIME TABIJD. display right around their own doors, une. M.. H. A Crowder will bo office deputy for ' Tax Commissioner. Whlppoorwlll Peas $2.76 per bu. at sheriff S. A. Bratcher, anil will leaving the rest of us out In the cold, louth Dound, No. 11B W. E. ELLIS & BltO. 9 :0B k. in. 50tf the first of as 'twere. his duties about nnn at Hartford. ....... PARTNER WANTED. Report of the condition of the September. Worth Bound, No. 114 p, m. Hawaiian Troupe and BEAVER DAM DEPOSIT Mr. J. W. Baker, of Beaver Dam. MS With the The editor of this paper Is planDue t Hartford was among our office visitors Tuesday. Mrs. Bunyan Wells, of Akr (Both "Mixed" Trains.) ning to take a ten days vacation In Carnival both in town, the old peoBANK Ohio, who has been visiting her par- September. He will go to Owensboro ple broke all past records for leav Cot ItYE and whole WHEAT ents, Mr. and Mrs. Thad Barnard, and there pay his last dime to the ing homo to attend prayer meeting Doing business at the town of Beaver FLOUR from W. E. WLLIS &. BRO. near Beaver Dam, for several weeks, ferryman, and start out penniless services Wednesday night. Our whole Dam, County of Ohio, State of evening. gave birth to a nine pound boy Kentucky, at the close of for a weeks tramp In the free state of family came down on that Personal News MAXWELL CARS and Parts can Hoozier. He will depend upon talk- (Tho there is only the wife and I at business on 25th day bo had at OHIO COUNTY MOTOR ing the natives out of his hash or home now) I guess my wife went to of June, 1918. C2t2. and Social Euents. CO'S. The Superintendent has received stealing it from the orchards ana prayer meeting, yes I say, I guess she notice from Frankfort that the sev- fields. Going for the novelty of the did. I worked at the office. RESOURCES. mm enth "months pay for the teachers trip and to tost his resources to Mr. W. II. Cundlff, of Adaburg, Loans and Discounts. . .$399,273.23 THE GRAND JURY. his children In Owensboro last will reach him sometime in October. tramp and escape arrest during war Overdrafts, secured and Deeds nnd mortgages for sale at weok. Campaign years tho teachers get their times. We want a man wh6 Is not 31S.75 unsecured impanneled The grand Jury was pay on time. this office. afraid of going hungry or going to Stocks, Bonds and other Monday morning, and organized with 40.S98.0O jail to share this trip with us. This Mr. R. W. Johnson will befiln teachSecurities It wa3 Mt Vernon Buy your BALE TIES from wolf, straying from his keep- is not a Joke, but a dead earnest prop- Silas L. Stevens as foreman. A pet 83,304.03 ing a singing school at Due from Banks noon, and G2t2 BROS. er, fell afoul of Mr. John Caesar's osition. If you want to tak.e a pleas- In session until Wednesday Sunday. 20,780.44 following indictments: Cash on hand returned the chickens, near Fordsvllle one night ant, inexpensive vacation join us. Banking House,, FurniJames P. Taylor for sellng liquor hide . 1,380.00 ture and Fixtures. . . . For RUBBER ROOFING seo Mr. Grant Midkiii, of Whitesvillo last week, and his wolfshlp's in prohibition territory, 8, Ivan Hale 52t2 Routo 1, called on us while in town now hangs upon the wall of Dr. PROGRESS OF THE WAR. BROS. for deserting child, Newt Allen for Denton's office. $545,871.45 Total Wednesday. drive of deserting children, Robert Doolan for of Dundee, was in The Italians continue LIABILITIES. Mr. Byron Bean, Austrlans with unabated success. having liquor In his possession for Capital Stock paid in, in Mr, Robert Dugan, brother-in-lato sco us Monday. Miss Marguerite Taylor, of OwensS. Marks of Hartford, Germany worried over the necessltv the puiose of sale, Lee Keith for of Mrs. T. $25,000.00 cash boro, was the weok end guest of Miss promise of marrlago, died suddenly In Owensboro Wednes- of weakening its forces on tho west- seduction under Dr. C. It. Layton.of Rockport, was Martha Pate. shooting with In Surplus Fund day. Mrs. Marks and daughter, Miss ern front to send aid to the Austrlans. Ernest Mayfleld for Undivided Profits, less in town Tuesday. White for uttering taxes expenses son, Charlie, of Margaret, went over Wednesday even- Local French, Egllsh and American tent to kill, Leslie and Mr. Grant Day and Crager for ' successes on the western front en- a forged check, V. D. 7,979.16 Dr. A. D. Park, of Rockport, was Sulphur Springs, wero among our ing to attend the funeral. paid courage allies. The expected drive operating a gambling device, J. It. Deposits subject in town Tuesday. visitors Monday. stono Miss Martha Smith, accompanied 0f the Greman army on the western Gorman for removing a corner $295,349.84 to check R. Turner, Everett Emhry, of Balzetown, Crowder, who Is In tho by her father and mother, Mr. and fr0nt hns not yet materialized. Con in line of J. Mrs. Vernon Hon. Lafo child, Time Depos for deserting dependent motoreu dltlons as a whole are satisfactory Smith, $184,522.45 479,872.29 its City Hospital at Owensboro for treat- Mrs. Lawrence was In Hartford Mouday. Joe Douglas for deserting a depend- Unpaid Dividends through from Honderson and was the to tho altos. 20.00 lmprlving. ment la ent child. guests of Miss Tholma Baxter, of Coolers, Rofrlgerators and Water i A GAY FOURTH. Sunday. 52t2 $545,871.46 Total Mr. Oscar Danlol, of Olaton, has Beaver Dam, Saturday and Ice Boxes at ACTON BROS. "POLITICS IS ADJOURNED." moved with his family to Martwlck, In The Fourth was a galy day In HartTho most complete lino of Paints. Kentucky,) county. As days go by we get more and State of Mr. Reet Clark, of Sunnydale, was Muhlenburg o' ford. The weather was ideal, and at Inside and Oils, Varnishes for )Sct Tuoaday. interamong our callers aumore light on the Democratic work in the county. Tho fa- an early hour strings of buggies, County of Ohio, ) Attornoy Walter Wllklns, of brigades pretation of Mr. Wilson's resounding tomobiles and horse back brands We, I. P. Barnard and John IL City, attended circuit court here mous Sherwin-Willia1b adjournIf you havo something to sell wero coming all the roads leading in- declaration that "politics OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO weok. Barnes, Presldeut and Cashier of the tho first of tho It in tho Republican. great ed." to town. In tho afternoon a (Incorporated Bank, do solemnly In Wisconsin it was revealed by above named crowd of people were on the fair Rogers, of Elkton, swear that tho above statement Is Miss Corlnno old- - a personal indorsement by the PresiCreep visited his parRov. Wnltor knowledge Miss Minnie Tlnsloy, of Bowling grounds, and it looked like an is visiting her grand parents, Capt. of the Democratic candfdate, an true to the best of our ents at Horso Branch Sunday. Green, spent Saturday and Sunday tlmo fair was own. Manager Bean dent K. Cox. and Mrs. S. organization partisan of the most con and belief, acwith hor parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. T. had made amplo preparation to I. P. BARNARD, President. in tnis Mr. J. W. Maddox, of Fordsvlllo, Miss Tinsley commodate the people, and every- ventional variety. Imbedded V. Goodln, of Charleston, Tlnsloy, at Simmons. JOHN II. BARNES, Cashlor. Mrs. A. Wednesday. endorsement was a poisonous Innuencharge body was happy. visited this office Subscribed, and sowrn to before me is visiting her parents, Capt. is a graduate nurso, and took Mo candidate, The racing In tho afternoon was do against the Republican of tho Bowling Greon Hospital, as July, 1918. S. K. Cox. Bathing Club and Mrs. a congressman of high character who this 1st day of exceptionally good, and was witnessTho Hartford Girls Matron, July 1. My Commission Expires January war ed by tho big crowd with Interested has supported the President's ia getting along swimmingly. Hon. A. S. Bennott. of Louisville, loyally than a number 18th, 1920. was a big singing convention attention. The Owensboro band was measures more Thero FRANK BARNES, visited relatives In tho county from visitleading Democrats. Mr. Winson Smith, of Select, Notary Public. at old Mt. Pleasant church Sunday. on tho grounds, and gave tho music of Saturday until Tuesday. office Tuesday. Next follows the Michigan adjourned tho Republican Flvo classes wero present, a good din- lovers a great treat. Good order President Correct Attest: lawn and and good humor prevailed through- ment, whero we havo the G. II. BARNES, Mr. G. Barnard and wife, of Dun ner was Bpread on the was Mr. Ford to run for the Mr. C. C. Carter, of Narrows, I ovorybody enjoyed the day. These out tho day. Tho Fourth of July requesting C. P. AUSTIN, dee, attended tho Fourth of July fair, Mr. Osborn, who county ono day fair will prob- senatorshlp against a visitor at this office Monuay. . JNO. H. BARNES. wore tho guests of all day neighborhood ineetings cul- Ohio ago. and whllo hero his candidacy months tivate a spirit of sociablllty.und ably bo ropeated for many years to announced Directors. Mrs. E. S. r com'o" This request is promptly sccoudod' W. Duvall, of McIIenry, call- Superintendent and JUt Mr. J. should occur oftener. Monday. ed on us while ia town. 1 July Specials! mid-summe- POULTRY WANTED! . Hens 21c, Cox lie, Chix 25c. Subject to Change of Market. Watch These Columns McCall Patterns Piece Goods Department. DAVIDSON SEAY ADAMS CO. Jc I d, ' rock-ribbe- ReadytoWear Department. 5 p y. J5k&iGbL as-su- tk f w 0 Al-b- in out-Bld- .1 Washington, D. C, by tho construcASSIGNS RED CROSS WOIIK. 'wrong address.' nusj tion division of tho Army, without tho wltfiont notifying tlio She had moved employment of n contractor. One, n 'etntlstlcnl division of tho Wnr Dcpart-mon- t, Juno 24th. , 1918. V" structure, 4D1 foct long, 260 VPf ndjustnnt general's office, Frst Mr. W. H. Barnes, Chairmnn, Ohio BELGIANS EAIL and D streets, Washington, 1). C." County Chapter, A. It. C, Hart- feet wldo, with a floor spaco of 270,-00- 0 squaro feet, was rendy for occuford, Ky. If you feel 'blue," "No account." Dear Sir. Tho following is the pancy 2 I working days after tho first Hang Bogus Appeals trom lnry you no0(l ROm, C0anng 0t. quota of work nsslgnod to tho Ohio Bpailofnl of earth was turned. Ihermnb is tho right thing for thnt County Chapter, to bo finished ov SURGEONS ngrco thnt In cases of Home On Barbed-Wir- e purpoftc. It stimulates tho liver, Soptombor 1st., provided tho clove-I- n Fences. -.- .i.' Cuts, Burns, Bruises and Wounds, tho tones up the stomach and purifies tho nil Bureau furnishes sufficient ma- FIRST TREATMENT Is most ImporIELofamerican bowels. Prico COc. Sold by Ohio terial: tant. When nn EFFICIENT nntl- in iC. Drug Co. 100 Bed Shirts Pattern No. 30 Rceptlc Is applied promptly, there Is Paris, Juno 29. Tho Germans In a city where good holtli Medium Canton Flannel or Light no danger of Infection nnd tho wound abound, the Towhtttn htadl th bavc begun nn Insidious propaganda XATUHAIj caves NOW USED Jut. striped outing. begins to heal at once. For uso on to wreck tho morale of tho vnloroua l'Olt AIIl BAH) PROTECTION It It firnt la tin heatti of In 65 Girls Chemises 10 yrs. Pat- man or beast, BOROZONE Is tho countrymen. little Belgian army fighting on the tern No. 110 Unbleached Muslin. IDEAL ANTISEPTIC and HEALING western front. London, Juno 29. Thero is ono 100 Sweaters. AGENT. Buy It now nnd bo ready In splto of the fact that the Hun English town with .10,000 population 500 Pairs Socks. for nn emergency. Price 25c, 50c, campaign Is one of tho crudest nnd which hns utilized and extended nattl I am fonyard a copy for tho quota $1.00 nnd $1.C0. Sold by Ohio Co. most subtile of tho wnr, It has failed ural caves in chalky formations be&& purpose, neath the city, as dugouts during air to Cleveland with Instructions to fill Drug Co. I:"!il m so fnr to accomplish its lt lllll which is to induco tho Uolglan sold- raids. This city gets most every raid orders sufficient for tho quotn. Patterns enn bo secured from The Monthly magazines to bo scut to ., iers to quit fighting. on London twice, both going and It Is based on the fact that nine out coming. Thero nro enough of these McCall Co., Chicago, 111., nt 10 cents soldiers nnd sailors should not bo The Towhatin i rcfnril. ( t moro thnn two months old, according elusive, and restful. Its of every ten Belgians havo families caves to hold every man, woman and each. location on Pcnnitb tnu Should your Junior Auxiliary do to tho Post Office Department, nnd living under the dominion of tho In- child In tho city. Tho caves havo been Avenue, IS tli ami II Mrect. makes It a desirable tiriilquit-trr- t vader in Belgium. Tho perverse men provided with proper ventilation, any work during tho summer, their weekly publications should not bo lor triJal couples, tomtit parties, conventions, Schools ami tality of tho Huns has evolved n way dralnlngs, nnd in somo instances, quota must bo n part of this nsslgn-e- d moro thnn three weeks old. colleges. , to tho chapter. Of courso you to exploit this situation. whero several families have clubbed understand this quotn Includes The Powhatan attracts the nil people ol culture ami education "Come Home," Is IMca. together, private caves are maintainIts proximity to Slate, War and Specially printed illustrated papers, ed nnd theso are carpeted, furnished branches nnd nuxilarics you may Naw Departments, alio to many Very truly yours, have. interest, points of historical written In Flemish, aro doposltcd dur- nnd othorwlso made habitable for makes this hotel es,tcially atLIDA HAFFORD, For Infants and Children tractive to a ducrirr.lnating pubing tho night on tho barbed wire in protected stays during aerial bomlic. Stnto Supervisor Woman's Work. In Use For Over front of tho Belgian positions. The bardment. Most of tho caves aro Years The Powhatan offer rooms mm famwith detached bath at Jl JO, ilustrntlons are portraits of the thirty feet or more beneath the sur.Three temporary oftlco buildings, Always bears $2.00 and up. Rooms with priilies of Belgian soldiers. vate bath, J1.J0. $J. 03 and up. face of tho ground which makes providing work space for 6,250 per- Signature of "Write for booklet with map, . Under them aro printed what pur- them absolutely safe from bomb ef- sons, have been built in 10 weeks In port to be appeals from tho mothers, fects. In a sense, tins placj la a minCUFFOIcD M. LEWIS. Manager wives or sister of tho soldier, im- iature underground Verdun, minus ploring them to lay down their arms soldiers and munitions. IHIil'lh.'l''ir7TiTt..'niVnlsl' and join them in Flanders. m Some of them aro pictures of BelAre Yon One of Them? gian soldiers who have been taken There aro a great many people who CIRCUIT COURT. ROCIvPORT. prisoner, sitting with their wives and would bo very much benefited by takchildren, printed with such legends ing Chamberlain's Tablets for a week Judge R. W. Slack, Owensboro. Ck'ni'n. Board Jnmos Wilson. THE as. Clerk Rushing Hunt. SEWINC for disordered stomach. Are you ono Com'th. Attorney C. E. Smith, Hart'After all, wo arc not so baldy of them? Mrs. M. R. Searl, Baldwlns-vlll- e, Pollco Judge John T. Jackson. MACHINE ford. treated In Belgium." Marshal Will Langford. OF N. Y., relates her experience In Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. QUALITY. Airplanes Drop Appeals. tho uso of theso tablets: "I had a REAVER DAM. Otto C. Mar All these photographs havo actual bad spell with my stomach about six Master Commissioner Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKenney tin, Hartford. months ago, and was troubled for two names printed under them, and some Clerk R. W. King. NOT appear to be authentic. Hundreds of or three weeks with gas and severe Trustee Jury Fund Cal P. Keown, Pollco Judge J. W. Cooper. SOLD these circulars aro taken from tho pains in'the pit of my stomach. Our Hartford. R. F. Stovens. Marshal UN,DER druggist advised mo to take Cham wires by tho Belgians every day. ANY 1st Monday in March 12 days FORDSVILLE. -- . I took a bottle Tablets. berlain's OTHER Com'th. nnd Civil. Ch'm'n. Board W. R. Jones. Doing hard work in a bent or stoop- home" and the first dose relieved me NAME. Clerk 011a Cobb. ing position puts a stitch in tho back wonderfully, and I kept on taking 1st Monday in May 12 dayi Civil. Police Judge C. P. Kesslnger. that is painful. If tho muscles have them until I was cured." These tab- 1st Monday In July 12 days WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. Marshal Grant Pollard. become strained, you can't get rid lets do not only relieve pain but after Com'th. and Civil. Ifyou purchauo the NKW ROM i: you will of it without help, Tho great pene- the pain has been relieved may pre- 3d Monday in September have a life nwt n t the prlco you pay, nud wlU 12 days m trating power of BALLARD'S SNOW vent Its recurrance. not have nn endless chain of re pl rs. Civil. OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR. LINIMENT will appeal to you most 4th Monday In November 12 days County Hoard of Education. Quality "strongly at such times, because it Is I Forty-si- x societies representing 22 Com'th. and Civil. very thing you need. Price 20c, nationalities of foreign-bor- n the citizens Considered E. S. Howard, S. S. O. C. 50c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by prepared monster celebrations, pagDlv. No. 1 J. M. Hoover, HartCOUNTY COURT. it is the m eants, parades, and speech making Ohio Co. Drug C. ford, Ky. Cheapest in the principal cities of the United Meets first Monday In each month. Dlv. No. W. Duff, Fordsville, RECENTLY RECORDED DEEDS. Judge Mack Cook. States for July 4. Represented in Ky. in the end tho group were Amenians, Assyrians, Dlv. No. 3 H. L. Carter, Narrows, County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. to tuy. Joe T. Miller, a parcel of land to Belgians, Chlnese.Czechoslavs, Danes, Ky. Clerk W. C. Blankcnshlp. Morgan James, $342. SG. Ifyou wnnt a scwlne machine, wrlto ftr Dutch, Finns, French, Dlv. No 4 Robert Goff, Rosino, Sheriff S. A. Bratcher. oor latest catalogue, before you purchase. Luke Taylor, two lots in Hayti to Germans, Greeks, Hungarians, Ky. Superintendent E. S. Howard. J. W. Ford, $45. Japanese, Lithuanians, Nor Italians, Dlv. No. 5 Otis H. Stevens, Beav- The New Home Semnu Machine Co., Orange, Mass." Jailer Worth Tichenor. C. M. Patton, 33 acres to Mary A. wegians, Poles, Portugese, Russians, er Dam, Ky. Assessor D. E. Ward. Patton, $640. Roumanians, South Slavs, Sweeds, Dlv. No. 0 Nat LIndley, Center-towSurveyor C. S. Moxley. J. Albert Leach, two lots in Beaver and Swiss. In Jlay these societies Ky. Coroner Dr. A. B. Riley. Dam to Jennie Williams. $1,250. appealed to President Wilson to issue Time of Meeting 1st Monday In FISCAL COURT. Ligo Woodburn, 75 acres, quit a proclamation calling upon all native February; 1st Monday in April; 1st claim deed to James I. Clark, $1.00 Americans to unite with tho foreign Meets Tuesday after first Monday Monday In June; 1st Monday in AuJohn A. Rowan, 99 acres to Liver-mo- re born in observing the national holi- In January, April and October. gust; 1st Monday in October; 1st Timber Company, $5,000. day, and plans for the many celebra- 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, Monday in December. Clarence Kiddle, 40 acres to W. J. tions developed after the proclama Route 3. County Board of Examiners E. S Bell, $700. 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Beav- Howard, Mrs. I. S. Mason, Mrs. O. W. tion was issued. A. W. Brown, 60 acres to Buell I er Dam. Duff. Widkiff, $860. 3rd District Q. B. Brown, Simmons. Jan. 25 and 26 Common School I COLLEGE OK AGRICULTURE E. B. Embry, 118 acres to Clarence TO SHORTEN ITS YEAR 4th District G. W. Rowe, Center- - Diploma Examination. Smith, $500. town. May 10 and 11 Common School j D. L. Miller, lot in Beaver Dam to In Its efforts to help win tho war, 5th District W. C. Daugherty.Balzo- - Diploma Examination. It. S. Jackson, $1,275. town. May 17 and 18 County Teachers'! the College of Agriculture of the W. N. Stevens, 50 acres to Henry ' Examination (white). University of Kentucky has arranged Oth District W. S. Dean, Dundee. HInshaw, $2,250. GUARANTEED SERVICE May 24 and 25 Connty Teacher' to condense its course, opening on 7th District B. F. Rice, Fordsville. C. H. Tichenor, 50 acres to R. C. One hundred per cent October 14th, instead of September 8th District B. C. Rhoades, Hart- Examination (colored). Hudson, $900. value. Special work for W. ford, Route 5. June 22 and 23 County and State ath, and closing next spring on April A. C. Baughn, 59 acres to George O. W. Teachers' Examination (white). ISth, Instead of continuing until HARTFORD. Mldkiff, $950. W. r. STEVENS, June 28 and 29 County and State as usual. June . y. D. 7. Mayor J. E. Bean. Hartford, Ky. Teachers' Examination f colored). This is done so that young men Tho Army Medical Department has who wish to Representing Continental Clerk J. A. Howard. Sept. 20 and 21 County and State may remain on attend developed a mobile outfit for the farm during the busy fall season Police Judge C. M. Crowe. arble & Granite Co. Teachers' Examination (white). use near tho front, carried on a modiMarshal E. P. Casebler. Sept. 27 and 28 County and StaU putand return in time to assist in fied Army ambulance. It consists of ting in the crops. a stnndard portablo outfit made up of In order to accomplish as nearly n a Dclco gas electric set, as possible tho usual amount oj coltransformer, special typo Coollde lege work in the shortened year, Sattube, and includes an table, urdays will bo utilized for class dark room, and complete set of ap- work and other holidays will bo reparatus for tho localization of forduced to tho minimum. This, of eign bodies. Somo of theso outfits course, means hardor work for both are already in service abroad and 55 teachers nnd students, but tho Colare in course of shipment. lege regards It as a patriotic duty. GERMAN LIES TO returned, marked mmA nwitk WILL YOU TAKE OUR i fPWHATA EpSHIMO GERMINAL REMEDY A ATB LBNAhLAfli& i I SSak0l(';5 com hi, A tu.uk yHV Treafmcnl Vaaaa 'r. lor WEAK LUNGS or id! 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JL m Secured or Your Money Back job PriiitLnc for Floe rmmmmwmmum-- m pyp Kimivy Farm Department V gathered nt tho Army camps in vaPoultry Appeal Itoiirwi'd. appeal to Amorl-enn- s rious parts of tho United States and HcnowliiR their to Increase production of poultry eggs, tlio specialist of tlio United Stntes Department of Agriculture In 3 meeting at Kntisas City lit Juno adopted platform of production with tlio following nlins: Keep bettor poultry; ttolcct healthy vigorous hrecdors; hatch early; prcsorvo oggH, except for hatching; cull tho Hock; keep Binnll flocks to supply tho family tables; grow ns much poultry feed as possible; cat inoro poultry anil eggs and conservo tho meat Hiipply. ii ml PRODUCTION OP TALC AND SOAPSTONK INCREASE Talc Is rcmarkablo for Its softness, slippery feel, nnd stability under a wldo rnngo of conditions, properties thnt mnko it useful for mnny purposes. Its soothing effect upon tho skin mnkes It desirable for uso as toilet powder, but It Is most employed as a llltcr in pnpor. Much talc is used In tho rubber trade, nnd tho higher grades nro employed In making electric appliances nnd blanks for gas tips. Tho Increnscd demands of tho wnr havo been met largely by increasTho total ed domestic production. output In 1017, tho maximum reached, was 108,013 tons, valued nt$l,-88- 0, C72, a groin ns compared with 191C of 3 per cont In qunntlty and moro than 7 per cont In vnluo, nccord-In- g to figures compiled by J. S. Dlllor, of tho U. S. Gcologlcnl Survey, Department of tho Interior. There wero 37 producers reporting to tho Survey, of which 7 wore In California, C in Ocorgln, 1 each In Maryland, nnd Now Jersey, 4 In New York, C In North Cnrollnn, 2 In Pennsylvania, D In Vermont, and 4 In Virginia. Heretofore New York has been tho first Stato In quantity and value of talc produced, but In 1917 Its output was less than that of Vermont, although on account of tho fibrous chnrnctcr of tho title produced In New York and Its consequent high vnlue for making paper, tho total value of tho output in Now York Is still greater than that of any Stato. other Tho quantity of talc Imported for consumption in 1917 was less than 10 per cent of tho domestic output, but a largo proportion of It Is of high grade. More than half tho talc Imported comes from Canada and Is of a grade that commands a higher price than tho talc obtained from tho prlncllal domestic sources. In Its output of sonpstono, which Is extensively used for laboratory table tops, hoods, sinks, and laundry tubs, tho United States leads the world, and most of it comes from Virginia. Tho resources of both talc and soapstono In tho United States are large and aro sufficient to supply tho demand for most grades for many years to come. Mass-ochusct- ts, ys RETURN TO DUSINKSS IN IIUNDREADTH YEAR St. Louis, Juno 22. Alexander IJaptlste, nlinost 100 years old.has thoro Is no pleasure In being idlo nnd has announced ho will tako nctlvo direction of his tent nnd awning manufacturing business hero. Just prior to Unptlsto's 99th birthday last November, ho announced his retirement nnd wont to Cnllfornln "to spend his declining years." At that tlmo a local nowspaper described him ns a citizen nnd business man who nrlscs nt C o'clock a. m., goes through n half hour's physical culture stunts, supplements tho average man's brcak-fa- st with threo to fivo eggs and gets to his placo of business at 8 o'clock." Baptlsto Is said to possess such a grip that tho policemen on his boat dislike to shako hands with him nnd his capacity for work Is said to double that of men two scoro his Junior. SAYS PLENTY OF SUGAR HELD IN PHILIPPINES cd Biggest (Reading HVHp9B9HHBBU Aftor tho beans aro prepared, blanch by placing In a cheesecloth bag In boiling water for from three to eight minutes, according to the ngo nnd size of tho beans. Blanch only until tho pods will bend without breaking, then plunge tho hot boans Candling eggs Is dono In a dark into cold salt water (one tablcspoon-fu- l Toom, using a light Inclosed In a c.iso salt to one quart of water) for an having opposlto tho light a nolo of pack quickly and appropriate slzo and shape at which Instant. Drain well, cover with hot brino (two nnd one-ha- lf tho egg Is held for examination. An ounces of salt to one gallon of ordinary hand lamp, a lantern, nn inboiling water). Partially seal Jars. flash-ligmay candescent bulb, or a Processing with steam under pres bo iiboiI. Any box largo enough to sure is recommended. Process pints "hold tho lamp, set on end, can bo used forty-flv- o minutes under pressure' of for a case. Resides tho nolo In tho ton i)ouii(l8. Seal Immediately, cool sldo opposlto tho light there should place. When cool, test in a draft-fre- e bo n hole in tho top end; othorwlso a slorc ,n a co1' dnrk- ,,Juk8' tho heat over tho light would flro tho!tor place, dry box. A tester chimney such as Is If tho Intermittent boiling process used on a lamp for testing eggs in may bo used for candling. Is used, boll for ninety minutes on Incubation day and sixty minutes on the Havo tho light on a table or shelf as tho first Place tho eggs second and third days. Ueforo ench may bo convenient. bolliug tho covers must to bo candled nt one sldo; nt tho other subsequent receptacles for good bo loosened, nnd nftcr each boiling have separate bo securely tightened anil bad eggs. Tako tho eggs one by tho covers must up, close to to make scaling complete. Cool, test ono and hold, largo end nnd store. tho light. boiling process Is If a single-perio- d Appearanco of Kgg3 In Candling. used, place Jars in tho ennuer nnd boll A perfectly good, fresh egg shows for nt oast threo hours, Seal, cool, "full nnd "clenr" before tho light; tcst an,j store. lthcro la almost no air cells at tho ijma i)CUns arc treated tho same as largo end, and tho yolk outllno is string beans, except that a seasoning only faintly discernible. (ono-thlr- d level tcaspoonful salt and to of A fixed air-ce- ll s teaspoonful sugar) Is add- Inch In depth indl- - C(i nftcr tj10 jnr Imckcd with beans, catcs a fresh egg as eggs run In gen- - when tM0 jar Js fnicd with beans, with covc,r ti,cm wttn clear hot water. oral receipts. A larger air-ce- ll n mobllo lower lino indicates, ac- - ja,,Uo with a wooden paddlo to ro- cordlng to size nnd Auction, n stale movo aJr bubbles and partly seal lids, weak and pr0Cess as with string beans, egg, or bno becoming watery. ma Very small spots In an egg nro usu-nl- ly blood clots. Largo spots, rings, FOR FLETCHER'S and shadows nro1 duo to heat and Indlcato decomposition nnd in the first stages. An egg thnt Is HKAVKK DAM ItOUTK 1. opaquo except for a lnrgo fixed air coll Juno 22. Mr. Mutt Davcnpart nnd contains a chick dead at an advanced stage of Incubation. An opaquo egg Miss Mary Kitchen went to South Hill with largo air cell having n mobllo list Sunday, near Rochester and spont lower lino Is In nn ndvnnced stage of tho day. Georgia Kitchens and little sister, Kggs showing fluid decomposition. slight spots or rings can often bo util- OUio May, visited J. II. Fulton Sunized by breaking thorn and soparaMng day. Mr. John Knight nnd family visittho had part. Kggs that aro not offensively bad may bo used for poultry ed II. Y. Davonport from Saturday until Sunday feed. Mr. P. U. Hughs lost a lino hog recently. Whet I Jeans To Fatten Steers, Mr. Edward Hoops visited Ed ijlvet beans, the great forago and Wilkerson Sunday. given Iced crop of tho South, Is being Miss Zulu Cox visited J. II. Fulton special attention by tho Animal Hus- last wt'ek. bandry Division. Investigations nro Littlo Morca Elliott Is on tho sick fccing conducted by this division In co- list. coloperation with Stnto agricultural Miss Mary Drown Is Improving. leges to determine tho most economiMiss Stolla Hedger and dnughtor, cal form In which to feed velvet boans Agnes visited O. N. Rocks Wednesto fatten steors. Tho result of pra- day. ctical feeding tests conducted during Miss Nona Dcasloy Is visiting her nnd the past year havo been complice feod-or- undo, Luther Rains, this weok.. s aro bolng distributed among tho mm in sections whoro velvet boans are TAKE YOUR DISCOUNTS! grown successfully. If a merchant turps his capital every month nnd discounts all his Seed Of Cereal Crops Por 11(10. adequate supplies of good bills at two per cent, tho clean prollt e qtiollty seed of cereal crops for 1919, from this sourco alono amounts in ftBld Inspectors of tho department of a year to nearly a quarter of his toAgriculture havo alroady begun work tal capital twolvo times two per boper cent. cent Is twonty-fou- r In tho southwest. Work Is now Kanrcd wheat In If you don't tako this discount, lng dono In Holds of Kansas and of Early wheat in Now you loso It, of course Isn't it good Moxlco and Arizona in order to mnko business to llnanco your storo so thnt avnllublo largo supplies of seed of this you cau always tako all your dis- variety for uso in theso States and counts? in California noxt year. This work will bo oxtonded with wheat and OFFICER AND WIFE ESCAPE FROM GERMANY IN HOAT other grains in tho moro important areas of tho United Coponhagon, Juno 23. A Gorman States as tho season advances. The cooperating with loncommlssloned officer mid his wife department Is also havo reached Moon, a Danish island Stato authorities In selecting and potatoes to ho used as soed In tho Ualtlc Sen. Thoy in ado tholr s pectins wenpo from Germany In a smull'boat. next year. Tho couplo has been interned, as iavo othor German desortors, until lliiv for Army Mules and Horses, Largo numbers of horses aro being in Investigation has been made "cm-Ullng." ht one-eigh- th two-thirdthroo-slxtcent- ('mulling Kkk. The poultry rnlscr with a small flock ns well as the commercial raiser meeds to mnko suro that tho eggs used at homo or marketed nro In host condition. Cnndllng will show that. It Is rellnfolo and enn bo done easily. Equipment enn bo lmpnivLshcd at home. Tho shell of tho new laid egg has a soft "bloom" which Is a valuablo sign This bloom Is of perfect freshness. destroyed by touch, and In any wo disappears after a few days exposure 4o tho nlr. After that tho appoaramo of the shell is not a reliable indication of tho condition of tho contents My holding an egg between tho eyo trH n strong light in such n maimer that tho rays of light como to tha oyo through tho egg tho condition of the contents can bo seen. 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No other Newspaper in tho world' gives so much at so low prico. ia In We Knock the Spots Tho value and need of a newspaper the household was never greater than at tho present time. Wo have been forced to enter tho great world war, and a large army ot ours is al- ready In France. You will want to have all the news from our troops on battlefields, and 1918 European promises to bo tho most momentous Out of Thing i year In the history ot our universe. I Ladies' and Men's Garments French Dry Cleaned and Preut4 Superior Manner. Bend la Wmt other newspaper at so small a price will furnish such prompt and g accurate news ot these necessary to say events. It is not No world-shakin- moro. THE THRICE-A-WEE- , K to educate; illiterates. Tho Kentucky Illiteracy commis sion sent out into tho stato tho first of tho weok a littlo army of educators. collego graduates, former county superintendents and teachors, on a campaign to rcduco illiteracy in tho state. Every county in tho stato will bo covered, and It Is planned to tench fifty thousand Kentucky illiterates how to read and wrlto during tho summer nnd fall months. Mrs. W. L. Mills will havo chargo of tho work In Ohio county. Theso Instructors will bo paid $75.00 a month for their la bors. OVERHEARD IN THE RLEACHERS. TAKE na your Garments Them and WORLD'S ?1.-0- CLEANED CLUAN ARDH The Woman's Tonic Do you feel weak, dizT zy, worn-ou- t? Is your Iackofgood health caused from any of the complaints so common to women? Then why not give Cardui a trial? It should surely do for you what it has done for so many thousands of other women who suffered it should help you back to health. Ask some lady friend who has taken Cardui. She wL'l tell you how it helped her. Try Cardui. Packagei called for and uellvertX. THE ELTE PRESSING CLUB A. Iva Nail, Prop. HAItTPOIU). KENTTJOKT. 0 regular subscription prl"o is only per year, and this pays for 150 papers. Wo offor this unequalled newspaper and Tho Hartford Republican together for ono year for $1.05. THE REGULATJ SUBSCRIPTION PRICE OP THE TWO PAPERS IS $2.00. ' mJT Mothers To-locat- First Fan: "Does your girl under stand basoball?" Second Fan: "Naw, sho don't know no moro about dogamo dan do umpire." When you feel lazy, out of sorts and yawn a good doal in tho daytime, you can chango it to a torpid liver which has llowcd tho system to got full of Impurities. HERDINE cures all dlsordors producod by nn inactlvo liver. It strengthens that organ, cleanses tho bowols and puts tho system In good healthy condition. Prico 50c. Sold by Ohio Co. Drug Co. m Over 3,000 women aro at wark in the production of gas masks at tho Long Island plant. gas-deten- ev For the Children A sale, eld Seventy-fire vermiiiKe fuhioaed renedy for worm. yean tontiau. . Hazelwood Sanatorium For the Treatment of Tuberculosis Maintained by the LouisAsville sociation for the adequate treatment of tuberculosis In all its stages at tin than cost. Kates $12. :0crutck, Including board, medical attention, laundry, etc. High ground commanding extensive view. Delightful surroundings. Send (or Descriptive booklet ela you. u UM u the best testimonial FREY'SVERMIFUGBcm I grain-produci- KfUaiislw.ns4 k Jj hblP iL U. mt, Um isur saiI itom c I fa JW esl Mr 7 ski " J1 Md i f w U Hum 25c. s Utd. AH Druggists l.7 it iromM'i r E. & S. FREY, BALTIMORE. MB. I m M. O. O. MILLER STATION In Charts LOU1SVIUE, KY. j BEADS ODDLY STRUNG. By I. D. Clalro. Pcoplo nro hoarding thrift stamps and tho price Is goiri' higher over' month, and still tho government winks at It. I nskcd Tlnsley tho other day If didn't sorty dread tho dark Jour-ac- y Our good friend, William Henry ncrost tho river Styx, and ho Jones, editor of tho Glasgow Ropub-llcaaald ho didn't know, hut guessed Is a candidate for tho RepubIt would ho alright If tho flshln' was lican nomination for congress In tho rood. third district. Wlllam Henry Jones plain, is n remarkable chnracter; Bnttlo Nail Is walkln' with n cane. blunt, honest and fearless, and If 30, Hat nln't tryln' for no pension nominated will give Hob Thomas the nor to escape tho draft; ho escapln' fight of his life. 4he thirty six hour law. What does all this mean, Mary The wnr Is pllln' up a monstrous Ann? Two candidates for tho Repubbig debt, hut who cares? Tho gov- lican nomination for congress in the ernment will pny It, anyway. Fourth district, three in the third, two candidates for tho nomination for Harry Taylor says It Just beats the Judge of the Court of Appeals In the sundogs to think that a man who Second Appellate district and two has practiced law for thirty years has candidates for the nomination for to git a nigger boy to learn him how United States senator? It was never to run an automobile. thus before. There Is a reason for everything, you know. There'll bo many a weddln' delayt ed, because one of tho parties to the Tho Reverend Charles Wakefield trado Is detained In Prance. Welsh, pastor of the Fourth Presby terian church, of Louisville, snys, Tho railroad must lose money by "All hail to Woodrow Wilson, and juittln' cowcatchers on all their lo- to the devil with Roosovclt." It Is comotives; they ketch such a few easy to guess Parson Welch's politics. eows. The copious rains tho latter part of You can't expect the statesmen of last week added an Immense volume Europe to be up with ours. They to Ohio county crop production, and didn't have no chance to he born In relieved the public's anxiety about the log cabins. drought, which was growing serious. Gardens especially were suffering. Heg Casebler says that a lazy man who likes liquor finds It mighty hard The now tax law requiring the to ho patriotic when tho government people to come to the county scat shuts off his liquor and puts him to to list their property for taxation. Is York. n outrage. There are 6,500 tax payers In Ohio county. Assuming the Congress ortcr ho careful about low estimate of $3,00 for expenses adoptln' prohibition. It would throw for the trip and the loss of the day a lot of professional agitators out of for each taxpayer In coming to Hartwork. ford to file his list, the total cost . would be more than nineteen thousThe lady linotype operator In this and dollars or twenty times the cost ofllce docs a sight of wrltln' In her of sending deputies into the field to spare timo hut she don't publish any Only a bunch make tho assessment. of it In the paper. of jackasses would pass such a law. &o member tho excellent light bread our mothers used to bake with corn doo and tho revival of this baking would ho hailed with delight by old and younp. Will somo of tho older mothers send us their tlmctestcd Wo receipts for baking this bread? shall bo glad to publish n number of them. No n, Tho statement folows: "After consideration of all factors, tho food administration announced tho prlco basis on various markets for tho grades of No. 1 northern spring, No. 1 hard winter, No. 1 red winter, No. 1 Durham, nnd No. 1 hard white as follows: "New York, $2.39 Vi', Philadelphia, $2.39; Baltimore, $2.3S; Newport News, $2.38-?4- ; Duluth, $2.22&; Minneapolis, $2.21', A; Chicago; $2. 2C; St. Louis. $2.24; Kansls City, $2.-1Now Orleans, $2.28; Gnlveston, I : HAVE A LAUGH 2.2S; Tncomn, $2.20; Seattle, $2.20; Portland, $2.20; Astoria, $2.20; San 301 Francisco, $2.20; Los Angeles, $2.20. His Temptation. "Tho bnsls for No. 2 wheat will be "I hope my husband won't get Inveigled Into any games with those card 3c below No. 1, and tho basis for No. diarks." 3 wheat 7c below No. 1. Grades be"Oh, he'll know when they are try- low No. 3 will be dealt In on sample. ing to cheat him." m "I'm not afraid of that, but you WILL GO TO FRANCE. know, he's n sharpshooter." S; that tho question of which day or meal shnll be whentlrss Is left to the hull vhlunl household. In other words, tho food ndmlnlstrn-tln- n lms mndo the reduction of wheat consumption n tost of good citizenship. Each cltl7.cn In tho laud Is asked, ns n good American, to cut his Individual wheat consumption to n pound and a half n week. That moans conto cut the ordinary, peace-tim- e sumption In two. It doesn't matter on whnt day or what meals that Is done. Just so It Is done. In that regard the fond ndmlnlstrntlnn says: "In making optional the observance nf whcntless days In prlvnte homes the food administration lifted nn restrictions upon the consumption of wheat products. It Is merely asking the American people to reduce their per capita consumption to not more than Vz pounds per wock, . . . "This Is nn absolute military necessity. The method of saving is being left entirely to the Individual. If It can be done without foregoing the use of wheat at any specified meal or on any day, the food administration's urgent plen for further conservation will bo carried out to the letter." Tho dental requirements ofan army of moro than 5,000,000 men can The United States food administranow bo mot by tho present forco of tion has mndo wheatlcss days nnd tho Dental Corps of tho United States whentles meals optional In private Army. Examinations hnvo been closhomes. But that does not mean'tho ed nnd no further additions will bo lid has been tnken off. It only menus corps mndo to tho 5,810. for somo timo. Tho Established Wheatlcss Days, but Pound and Half Should Be tho Very Limit iMV DEXTAL CORPS CAX CARE FOR 5,000,000 MEX BE CAREFUL What you buy these days number of dental C.4G7 o Ulcers has expanded slnco wnr was declared from 58 to Commissions, wcro offered to nil parts of tho country, nnd all but 271 woro ncceptcd.- - dentists in Shoddy;;Fabrics are being WHEAT PRICE CIIAXGEI). Washington, Juno 30. A chnngo In tho government prlco of wheat was y by tho food adminannounced to-da- istration. Tho chnngo was necessitated, It was declared In n statement issued by tho food armlnlstrn-tloby tho establishment of now freight rates by tho railroad armlnls-trntloy n, n. Camouflaged everywhere by Smart and .' Stylish Fronts that please idn ava kl, fnnl li nn.1,.t ww wV. UUl kJJl lilt UUtntl, if T I i 111 .ifII !P f' J, , uei i our auu TAILOR 'ttWfl Made t i:.. itiuncs dependiiuamy riably tailored and full of "HONEST - TO - GOOD- from your own choice of jtimoa . ft(W tea vot if AB NESS' VALUES. m A Victim Among the temporary war laws OUR PRICES. that orter be mado permanent Is the Millet Seed $3.00 per bushel ninkin the loafers work. $2.25 per bushel Stock Peas Soy Beans $4.00 per bushel Accordin to a report of the IndusD. L. D. SANDEFUR, trial Commission the business and 50tf Beaver Dam, Ky. tradespeople of this country air try-I- n' m harder to get rich than to whip FOR MAKRY1XG NEGRO. the Huns. Pearl Pike was fined five hundred dollars, In the Daviess circuit court The doctors air the only experi- lust week, for violating the Kentuc menters I know whose subjects pay ky statute forbidding mixed marrithem for practlcln' on them. ages between whites and negroes. Before her first marriage to Hiram Chicago has clapped the clasp on Pike, in Ohio county, the woman's free shows. It has forbidden women name was Wilson. Her mother was bathers to wear flesh colored bathin' a Faught, and was reared near Horse suits or to expose their chests below Branch. Several months ago the won lino drawn from tho armpits. man, then living at Central City, went to Owensboro where she marriTfnsley is tryln' to git round tho ed Richard Wilhlte, a negro. She work or fight law by pleadln' ho Is a had not been divorced from Pike. On conscientious objector to both. the witness stand the woman swore mm she had negro blood In her veins and Do you get up at night? Sanol is negroes. surely tho best for all kidney or blad- had always associated with Her aged mother took the stand and der troubles. Sanol gives relief in 24 hours form all backache and blad- stated her daughter had no negro der troubles. Sanol is a guaranteed relationship, and had not associated remedy. 50c and $1.00 a bottle at with negroes until she wont to Owens 40-Jhc drug store. boro. Tho PIko woman will pay her Tho negro, Wilfine by jail service. EDITORIALLY SAID. hlte, will be tried at the next term of yr of Fate. Judge John B. Wilson has receiv"When I began ed a letter from his brother, Mr. Sam business," said W. Wilson, of Billings, Montnna, sayplutocrat wearily. ing ho will leave soon for Franco, "1 made n solemn vow that when I where he will do Y. M. C. A. work. hnd made an even Mr. Wilson will visit his old home In million I would Ohio county, on his way to New York, quit." from which port ho will sail for you've Franco. "B u t Mr. Wilson went west a few made that many years ago on account of his wifo's times over," said health. Mrs. Wilson has much Imtho other man, proved In health since going to Mon "and still you are tana. accumulating." Prices run from $20.00 to $50.00 with full run for your money at whatever price you choose. Xt i Carson Mn-ga- (L Co, KENTUCKY. Ye housewives, Attention! In 3he30 days of rationed flour why not rcvovo tho art, in which your mothers were so proficient, that of baking corn light bread? All of us who are ap- tho Daviess criminal court. CAR SERVICE IX HEXRERSOX HALTED proaching tho half century mark Henderson, Ky., Junly 1. At tho stroke of twelve Sunday night Henderson was without street car service for the first timo in 32 years Acting on Instructions of tho city council and orders of Mayor Johnson, Supt. L. P. HIto lifted tho key at the stroke of 12 cutting all connections with tho city electric light plant and tho wlro of tho Henderson Street Railway com pany. Action of tho city In turning off tho Told by Herself. Her Sin-eeril- y current followed the rofusal of tho street car company to pay a $3,000 Should Conjudgment obtained by tho city against vince O there. tho company for street oiling tax for two years prior to expiration of tho Christopher, 111. "For four years I street railway franchise In October, iraffercd from irregularities, weakness. nervousness, u n u 1910. ,illl!lll!!limill!lllll!l!lli was in a run down U'14teJ condition. Two of XEW ZONE PLAN' WOULD cur best doctors .MAKE JiEXlXGTOX "DRY" failed to do mo uny 'I good. I heard so ;Wl f)5 " ftT" much about what Lexington, Ky., July 2. If tho LydinE.Pinkham's government carries out tho plan to esd Vegetable had dono for tablish dry zones about all encampothers, I tried it ments of 250 men or more, It will and was cured. I make tho business district of Lexingam no longer nerton as dry as Sahuru, us tho downvous, nm regular, in excellent town saloons of tho city aro all withand Health. I believo tho Compound will in tho half-mil- e limit of Camp liuoll, Mrs. Alice where moro than 400 draftoes aro bo-leuro anv femnlo trouble, Heller, Christopher, 111, trained and whoso places are to Nervousness is often a svmntom of 'weakness or somo functional durance-ancn- t, bo taken by other draftoes to an which may bo overcomo by this equal or larger number ns tsoou as tho famous root ana herb remedy, Lydia present contingent is called into serE. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, us thousands of women have found by vice. New barracks for tho men uro being erected on tho university camp-u.- s experience. If complications exist, write Lydia E. Limit. W. I). 'Mnrxson, udjustant PinkhnmMedicinoCo., Lynn, Muss., for at Camp liuoll, said ho had no inforsuggestions in regard to your ailment. Tho result of itu lone experience is mation as to tho zone ruling of tho department. at your service. re- - nous woman GOTWELL HOW THIS In ''' Com-poun- HARTFORD, curse of It. WhenFORDSVILLE. ever I think I've mnde an even mil Mr. Arthur Smith, who lias been lion I find on figuring It up It's either very sick for somo days, is improving. a little more or n little less, nnd I've Mrs. Oscar Allen, of Bardstown, Is got to renew the struggle." And the unfortunate man sighed visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Alien many, rcstoro Egypt to Turkey and .M.USAX. Mr. Charlfo Whltler has received a heavily. Suez cannl to Turkey. telegram from Eldorndo, 111., stating, The people of this district bought itho un-dmust bo Of Course Not. that his son, Leon who was working liberally of Wnr Savings Stamps. n former Constnntlno, with fron"Why nm I rejected?" asked the In a coal mine there, had been killed and Sugar Grovo districts were tiers ns beforo tho war. applicant for mllifnry service. by a premature explosion In tho mine, combined into one distrlct.nnd bought ' Austria and Bulgaria will dirldo "Weak heart," replied the examMr. John F. Allen made a business $1,450 worth of stamps. Nearly Serbia and .Montenegro. ining surgeon. trip to Llvermore Tuesday. every voter In tho district bought Only Ak $15,000,000,000. "Weak heart?" retorted the youth. m stamps. Mr. N. P. Kcllcy bought tho Great Britain, Franco and tho UnitI had a weak heart do you think "If lnrgest amount, $1,000. Mr. Julian ed Stntes must pay all of Germany's I'd want to go Into this kind of a First Express Company. war?" The (lrst express company In Amer- Roach bought fifty dollars worth, tho .wnr costs, tho indemnity being a mln- They also ica was launched 70 years ngo. 'when next largest amount taken by an In- 'lmum of $ 15,000,000,000. Early Crop. nn advertisement appeared In the Bos- dividual. must ngrco to deliver raw materials you own n good mnny suburban ton and New York papers announcing "So .Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Mutlett and son, Immediately. houses nnd small farms. Live on any that "Wllllnm F. Hnrnden has made Robert, visited Mrs. Muffctt'a sister Franco and Belgium are to remain of them?" arrangements with the Provldi-ncIn Louisville from Saturday until occupied at their expenso until the "No." railroad and the New York Boat comconditions aro carried out.- "Then you don't raise anything your- pany to run n ear through from Bos- Monday. Mr. James Westorflcld has had self." ton to New York nnd vice versa four "Oh.yes; every spring I raise rents." times weekly. He will accompany the somo repair work dono on his resi- XOTICE TO ROAD CONTRACTORS. car himself, take care of all small dence. He has a now roof and veranMental Industry. packages that may be Intrusted to his da. Notlco Is hereby given that on tho "It's wrong to enre and see them safely delivered." Mr. II. A. Ralph was in Hartford 12th day of July, 1918, at tho court say I don't work, Today Hnrnden might be prosecuted on business Monday. house door In Hartford, Ky., bids will mister," said for publishing n misleading advertiseMiss Wlnnlo Westorflcld. of bo received by tho Ohio County FisPlodding Pete. ment, for his "express car" wns enspent last week with relatives cal Court for tho grading nnd con"What work do tirely Imaginary, nnd he carried parhere. you do?" struction of about 2V miles of inter-councels In n valise, narnden had long "Bruin work. I Mr. Wallace Stephens nnd wife and scut Statu aid road as folboon n conductor on- the railway, and have to think up , Tho Hartford-Hardlnshurbis former associates permitted him sou, of Dcanfield. spent Saturday lows: a terrible lot of charge. The rail- night and Sundny with Mrs. Steph-cen- 's road from tho town limits of Hart-- A to travel without excuses for not parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. ford to tho junction of tho Sulphur road got nothing In the way of express ncceptln' jobs." chnrgos. Ilnrnden's first competitor Helton. Springs and Davidson Station roads, was Alvln Adums. who became the A number of the boys bore who near tho Milton Taylor placo. A Patriot. founder of tho Adams Express com- woro In tho fourth class draft regisPlans and specifications for tho "IIo's n real patriot, anyhow." pany. ter hnvo received cards 'notifying construction of this road nro on lllo In "Whnt makes you thing so?" them thoy hnvo been transferred to ho ollico of tho Commissioner of Pub- - A "Hi's taken a big government conTwo Lines of Eligibility. tract for the same profit he'd charge, He Roads, Frankfort, Ky., and tho the first class. Down In Johnson county Is n floura private corporation." ollico of tho County Judgo of Ohio ishing farmer's club, ami, ns there Is When vou have Backacho tho llvor county. Tho right to reject any or membership limit, naturally thcro a An Excusing Spirit. or kidneys aro suro to bo out of gear. all bids Is reserved. Each bid must "Didn't I see the grocer's boy kiss are n number of folks outside who Try Sanol, it docs wonders for tho bo accompanied by a check for ,$500 would like to l Iulde. you this morning. Susnn?" Two of the outsiders wcro discuss- I llvor, kidneys and bladdor A trial as n guarantee to enter Into con"Ves'm. Rut he nln't to blame,, ma'am. 'Twas the Iceman set him ing the club one day. nnd one of them 5Qc bottlo will convince you. Got It tract with tho Fiscal Court if tho bid-d4G-asked: "How does n fellow go about at tho drug storo bo awarded tho work. the ba'd example." m getting Into the thing?" The other MACK COOK, GERMANY'S PEACE TERMS. farmer explained thus: "Well, so fur Judgo Ohio County Court. 52t2 ns I have been able to dope It out, "Has your cook anything deleterithere are Just two ways you either ous in your dally diet, Mrs. Conieup?" It is simply marvelous, this genTHAT SUNK PRES"Sure, she has. We huvu everything hnvo to bo such a success as a farm-e- r erosity of Germany's peace tonus as IDENT LIXCOLX CAPTURED that It will bo a feather In their set fourth by Lord Boon, a mombor .style." low that's the cap to get you for n member, or such of tho Prussian IIouso of Lords, lu a n doggone failure that It will be good Portsmouth, Va., July 1. Tho How President Kruger Decided Tho allies will Gorman advertising for them to tnko you and Gorman newspaper. submarine which sank tho at tho modesty of tho Prussian's Problem for Two Brothers make something out of you." Indian- lush American transport Prosldont Lindemands, and tho nows will bo reapolis News. coln has boon captured, uccording to That very canny person, President garded too good to bo true. Thoy an announcement In u telegram reKruger, was once culled upon, as King nro: Braggadocio. y ceived hero from Llout. EdSolomon before him, to pass Judgment Annexation of Belgium, with ad"I'd have you know that my grandward Victor Isaacs, U. S. N., who was In u matter of ownership. Tho case father cuino over In tho Mnyllowerl" ministrative autonomy lu the Interior. taken prisoner by tho Germans when was that of two brothers, who had said tho small boy with tho curls. Indopendoncu of Flundars. u farm nnd could not agree been left tho transport was sont down., Isaacs "Huh I That's nothing," replied the Annexation of tho entire Flanders telegraphed as to the division which hail to be boy with the pug nose, "my father that ho was safe In Engcoast, Including Calais. mndo. They agreed that, rather than came over In n ship what wus struck land, but guvo no details. ; Annotation of the Brloy and tnko tho matter to the courts, they by a submarine!" iLongvy basins and tho Toul, Bolfort would let President Kruger decide. OLD FAI.SK TEETH WANTED President Kruger uppenrs to hnvo hes-lt-d and Verdun regions uustwanl. Just Like Her. DO.VT MATTER IF BROKEN ted about ns little ns King Solomon to Germany of all her Restitution "Did you see In tho paper nbout Mrs. Wo pay up to 15 dollars par sot. Alsp did. Ire instructed the elder brother Puttnn-Ayre- s being almost overcomo colonies, including Knio-Chato mako what he considered a fair' dito cedo to Germany cash for Old Gold, Silver and brokou Groat Britain vision, and then he gave first choice by coal gas?" Jewolry. Check sont by roturn mall. "No. but that's Just like her, I sup- such naval bases and coaling stations to tho younger brother. A solution, Goods hold 10 days for sondor's pose she wns ufrnlil people wouldn't as Gormany designates. like Solomon's, both masterly and sim- jenow of our they had coal." Boston Groat Britain must return Gibraltar Specialty, Dopt.offor. Mazor'a Tooth ple. Christian Science Monitor. A, Spain, cede Its war licet to Ger- - Philadelphia, Pa. , 2007 S. Cth St.. to heart-breaking or "That's the "Si Bu-for- ty B or yr np-pro- 435 V- - s