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Subscription $1 per Year No. 2 BONE DRY MEASURE NEAR UNTO VICTORY missed settled, tho company paying tho cost. U. S. Fnught was given a Judgment ngalnst M. A. Faught for $136. Mrs. Emma Ralls, administrator of tho estate of Harry E. Rails awarded Judgement for $109, ngalnst Mrs. Henrietta Ralls. An order of division of land was ordered In the cstato of Joo Ferguson, deceased. Tho land Is to bo divided between Vivian Ferguson, Mngglo Ferguson and Reatrlco Roan. J. C. Smith, Joe Maiden nnd J. R. Wilson wero nppointed to commissioners make the division. E. F. Render wns given a Judgement against tho McIIenry Lumber Company for $425. A number of orders wero entered In tho matter of motions and demurrers. HOYS AND GIRLS PICNIC. OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 12, 1918. mnrk war activities of tho past week. Tho Italian drlvo of tho Austrlnns has slowed down. It is not now bolioved tho Austrian army will renew its offensive on tho Italian lines. Austria has been bcggfng Germany for help, but tho steady stream of Amorlcan soldiers arriving In Franco makes it unsafe to transfer German divisions from tho western to tho eastern front. On tho western front there has been much nrtlllery and air activity, but no signal advances havo been mnde. American and French soldiers havo taken somo territory and prisoners, and as a whole tho allies havo been on tho offensive. The much heralded German drive, that was to exceed all others in energy and fierceness has not materialized. government has An independent been set up in Siberia that will organize an army and make an effort to get Russia back into tho war on the side of tho allies. Tho United States and Japan will lend assistance as soon as tho movement assumes definite proportions. ! Ralloy'fl only oxcuso for desertion Is A LITTLE TRAGEDY. thnt ho was homesick. Tho lowest penalty for desertion in tlmo of war Is Another act In ono of life's painplayed In tho county RECLASSIFIES MEN ton years at hard labor In a federal ful tragedies penitentiary. Tho boys say when Judge's olllco hero Wednesday, whon their trials aro called they aro going through tho Intervention of the court to ask for tho privilege of going im- nn estranged father and daughter Men Recently In Class mediately to Franco. Hurt's mothor woro brought together for anothor arrived in Hnrtford near dawn Tues- effort to llvo nmlcnlly together. Again Reclassified In day morning to consult an nttornoy A few months ago Martha, tho One. In regard to hor son's caso, but thoro seventeen years old daughter of Mr. Is probably llttlo to bo dono for him Jnmcs Hatler, of Ralzctown, left Ho homo on account of an alleged inas this is his second desertion. Under order of tho Provost Mar- desorted from tho navy about a year ability to get along agreeably with shall General's ofTlco tho local exemp- ago. her father. Tho girl's father mado tion board recently reclassified all tho repeated efforts to get the girl to remen in draft list, and classed mora turn home, which she steadily refused SCHOOL NOTES. than three hundred mon in class 1 to do. Recently Mr. Hatler Invoked who had formerly been placed in Tho board of education has decided tho aid of the court in his effort to get classes 2, 3 nnd 4. Tho order pro- to havo all tho schools In each divi- tho girl to return home, but when tho vided that all men so reclassified sion begin on tho samo dnte. Thoso officer went with a writ for her sever should havo tho right of appeal and in divisions Nos. 2, 4, and C, opened al days ngo aha had measles and could to prorido additional evidence why Monday, July 8. Thoso in division not bo moved. At the time tho girl they should not be so classified. After No. 1 will open tho first Monday in was staying with relatives at Mcthe filing of appeals, which was done August, division 3 the second Mon- IIonry. Knowing her fathor was emby most uf tho men whose class had day in August and those In division C ploying court process to havo her rebeen changed to 1, tho local board tho third Monday In July. turn home, the girl left McIIonry and reopened many cases and mado a Tho first payment to teachers will went to Drakcsboro, in Mulcnburg lnrgo number of changes, lly tho bo mado tho second Saturday in county. Wednesday morning special result of this work tho following September. The Superintendent will deputy Joe Wilson went to Drakcsnamed mon who had been changed requlro tho teachers of each division boro and brought the girl hero where .from classes 2, 3 and 4 back to 1 have to have their reports In tho hnnds of her father was waiting for her. Judge again been changed back to class 4. tho board member the last Saturday Cook heard the girl's story of a fathI.. Harley Itarncs, Hockport. In tho month, that they may all bo er's rough treatment and tho father's J. V. Kirk, Narrows. sent In together, nnd whero teachers story of the girl's dlsobcdlenco, after Wlllo Smith, Narrows. they will which ho gave Mr. Hatlor custody of do not comply with Hobt. I). Schroadcr, Olaton. be required to wait until tho end of tho girl, with Instruction to make Willlo Klper, Halzctown. the succeeding month tor their pay. periodic reports as to how they woro Layton K. Williams, Olaton. m getting along. The Haulers nre good Odlo D. Smith, Hartford. LITTLE HOY DROWNED. people, and all tho trouble seems to Daniel Espey, McIIonry. be due to unrestrained temper Alva II. Southard, Simmons. Walter, the six year old son of Mr. mm Kthcl Chapman, Hartford. Dud Gray, a farmer living about two AVAR CONFERENCE. " thls-rul- First Test Skirmish For Pro hibition Wins 'By 36 To 33. Washington, July 10. Supporter! of national prohibition as a war emer gency measure won their first fight tonight when tho Sonato refused to sustain a ruling by Senntor Sauls- bury, of Delaware, president pro tempore, that the Norrls. prohibition amendment to tho $11,000,000 emer gency agricultural bill should bo stricken from the measure because It Is general legisfatlon. Consideration of the amendment followed Immediately, with Senator Phclan, of California, offering a motion to strike out all reference to wlno. Tho motion will come to a voto tomorrow, and prohibition leaders ex pect to reach a final voto on the amendment within a few days unless more pressing legislation displaces tho agricultural measure. Says Rules Violated. The point of order was raised by Senator Penrose, of Pennsylvanla.who claimed the amendment which prohibits tho sale except for export of Intoxicating liquors, after January 1, next, and the manufacture of beer and wines after November 1, is general legislation attached to an appropriation bill in violation of the Sen- WELCOME RA1XS. Leslie Morris, Llttlo Cypress. Thomas W. Mills, Whitcsvillo. Tllford Chapman, Phllpot. lion. 11. Honnctt, Hartford. Joseph II. Wilson, Bnlzctown. Josso L. Burgess, Prentiss. Emmctt Martin, Hartford. John W. nianchard, Ccntcrtown. R. Taylor Dunn, Cromwoll. Arthur Haven, Reaver Dam. W. E. Martin, Select. Alvln Ward, Hartford. Emmctt W. Wlilttlnghlll, Fordsvllc. Alfred L. Williams, Rockport. Charllo T. Leach, Morton. Alex A Davis, Reaver Dam. Leo J. Fulkcrson, Heaver Dam. Jas. W. M. Hardin, Dundee Howard Hlnes. Reaver Dam. Arthur Rales, Hartford. Rollle Condor, Hartford. .William L. Render, Cromwell. Rufus Mlnton, McIIenry. Robert Stone, Rockport. "Wallace Stevens, Fordsvlllc. William R. Riley. Hartford. Follx E. Drown, Hartford. Edward Free, Fordsvlllo. Claudo E. Minton, McIIonry. Harlan R. Leach, Reaver .Dam. has. C. Day, Narrows. Taylor A. Zlegler, Hartford. Grovcr C. Hlnes, Reaver Dam. Loyd Clark, Select. Thomas O. Holm, Hartford. Nctter T. Zelgler, Hartford. Van Jluren Stownrt, Reaver Dam. Culllo Welling, Narrows. Wallaco Martin, Fordsvlllo. Clnrenco Evans, Fordsvlllo. William L. Leo, Reaver Dam. Chester L. Roach, Hartford. Lonoy Ralph, Whltesvlllo. Wavy Llles, E. St. Louis. Cecil J. Wheeler, Hartford. Edgar Magant Olaton. Antony Daniel, Hartford. Chas. W. Hardin, Whitesvllle. Erton King, Hartford. Trunsffiieil to Class li. Taylor Zelgler, Hartford. Grovor C. Hlnes, Reaver Ram. R. E. HuBsoy, Llvla. Ray Sanders, Horso Rranch. Homor Pool, Roavor Dam. Jns. M. Wedding, Harrotts Ferry. Clarenco Rartlott, Hartford. TninsferitMl to Class :t. Henry D. Chapman, Contortown. Marlon C. Ford, Madison, Wis. -- - miles bolow town, was drowned In Rough river Into Tuesday afternoon Tho Grays live on tho bank of the river Just above the mouth of Rons Lick creek. Tho llttlo boy nnd a small girl were playing near tho water's edge whon the boy ventured In and The llttlo went boyond his dclith. girl mado an effort to rescuo him and got hbltl of him, but wns uuablo to drag him to shore. It was thirty minutes boforo help arrived and tho body recovered. Dr. Fonl was called but his service proved fruitless to rovlvo life. A remarkable feature of tho Incident was that the body of the boy did not sink, but continued to float on the surface of tho water. It Is bellovcd that his clothing chamber ed suUlclcnt air to keep tho bod afloat. Tho funeral was held Wednesday morning and tho body was buried nt Central Grovo. The pari ents of tho child have tho sincere sympathy of tho community In their sorrowful loss. LENGTHY PREMARRIAGE VOYAGE K DESERTERS APPREHENDED. Theodore Ralloy and Ernest Hurt, .tlesorters from tho army woro urrost-- d by doputy sheriff Frunk Roborts Saturday night and brought horo for safo keeping until they woro convoyed to Camp Taylor Tuesday, whoro they wero turned over to tho provost jnarshall. Hurt Is twenty ono yoars old, and la a son of LI1 'Hult, of Olaton. Ho enlisted at Hurtford In July of last year and wns sent to Ft. Thomas from which place ho dosorted Oct. 26. Ills oxcuso for dosortlon is that his mother needed him nt homo. Tho Ruiloy boy is a son of Gran Ralloy, of Roslno, nnd Is twenty-year- s old. but looks' sixteen. He volunteer- ?d in LoulsvJIlo, and ran uway from camp about tnrco mouths ago. Miss Mary Carroll Smith, of Fords vlllo, and Mrs. Rowan Holbrook, of this, place, after considerable dolay, due to technicalities to overcome in In securing passports, these war-timcouunonccd a journey Tuesday which will take them more than hnlt way around tho world, tho end of which Is to bo Manila, P. I., whoro Miss Smith will bo united In marriago to McIIonry Holbrook. Tho wedding will tnko placo tho latter part of August. Miss Smith and Mrs. Holbrook expect to Ball from San Francisco, Cal., on tho 17th., going by way of Hawaii, Yokohama, Japan, and Hongkong, China, spending n couple of weeks In Japan and China and Japanese-Chi- n ese waters before reaching Manila. Miss Smith is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jno. T. Smith, Jr., of Fordsvlllo, and Is a cultured and well beloved young lady, whllo Mr. Holbrook is n son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Rowan Holbrook, of this plnco, and tor somo tlmo past has hold un important position with tho International Ranking Corporation located In tho' Philippine Capital. Mrs. Holbrook will spend somo two months with her son nnd his brldo boforo starting for home. RILLED HY A MULE. Everett MIdklff, of near Olaton, wns killed Frlduy by falling from a mulo ho wus riding, and hanging his foot in tho mules harness. Ho had been plowing tho mulo, unhooked for dinner nnd was giving it water at a well whon it became frightened at u dog and started to run. Tho boy's foot got caught in tho harness as ho foil from tho initio's back, and it dragged him several hundred yards. His body was badly mutilated. His remains wore burled at Magan Sat- urday. Young MIdklff was sovon- teon years old, and a son of Mr. Willie MIdklff. Ed Kirtley, of Simmons, had a nar row escape from fatal poisoning when j ho took a bichloride tablet thinking it was a head ache medicine, here Friday. Bichloride is a slow but deadly poison, and it was only by the prompt action of physicians In empty-n- g OFFICERS ON JOR. his stomach by an emetic b6fore WELLKNOWN MAN DEAD. and when no longer ablo to hold his the deadly drug had been absorbed A largo measure of credit is due by his system that the man's life was placo on the firing lino came home Mr. Hice Conditt died at his home to arouso tho spirit and energy of our county ofllolals for stopping saved. near Matanzas, early Sunday morning gambling at tho carnival hero last this country to do its part In the and his remains were Interred in the week. It was tho duty of tho city of great struggle for human rights. BOILED DOWN. Pleasant Hill burying ground Mon ficials who licensed the carnival to ex It will be an all day meeting, and day. Funeral services were conductevery citizen in tho county, who can hibit here to seo that it observed the It is said that Germany has 200,-00- 0 ed by Rev. R. D. Bennett. Mr, Con possibly do so should bo here. The law, but when they failed in that duty of her own citizens prisoners on dltt died of stomach trouble with res-u- e, meeting will be hold under direc- the county officials came to the charges for political offenses; many whkh he had been afflicted for some arrested the ringleader and broke of them children charged wRh Stealtion of Mr. Rowan Holbrook, Chairyears. Tlie irouuie naa inicen a moro up tho games of chance. A carnival ing food, man of tho Ohio County Board of m ecute form within the past two cannot pay running expenses in legiti. National Defenso. months. Ho leaves a wife and threo imate exhibition! and depends Upon clgaretts were children, 33,000,000,000 j gambling as tho chief source oi Its smoked by American citizens THE PASS EVIL, last ' ., . . Mr. Conditt was ono of the county's income. After the officers made the year. i;a.. ..i - k ' --C" best citlzene, and was wellknown ' Tho free pas Is pausing. It has arrest tho carnival people took down throughout the county. He was of gambling tents and packed them come to be classed as tin evii. 'Con- their Lieutenant Governor James D. With this Black announces that when the prop- fice deputy under county court cleric gress as well as most of the states for shipment elsewhere. has legislated against tho pass. It demonstration of the purpose of our er time comes he will declare his can- Moso Ragland for several years', and Is regarded as a mild form of bribery, county officials not to' tolerate gam- didacy for the Democratic nomina- later entered the Internal Revenue service at Owensboro, In which serv- and Its corrupting influence is to bo bling It is a safo bet that hereafter tion for governor. ice ho continued for about ten years. carnivals will steer clear of Hartford. removed. Ho resigned from the revenue servlco It has been the custom of railare 251,000 American solThere about three years ago, since which HANDKN1TTING WASTEFUL. road companies, steamboat lines, cirdiers on tho fighting line in France. time he has devoted his attention cuses and carnivals to give passes to to farming. The Republican extends A crusado has been started against public ofllcinls and to tho press, by Tho senate has passed a law raisreason of which tho officials were tho wasteful process of hand knitting ing tho price of wheat to $2.50 per condolence to family and friends. m expected to prosecute with somo de- socks, sweaters, and other useless bushel, but it is announced that if TAX COMMISSIONER RUSY. gree of allowance and tho press to garmonts for soldiers. Tho benevo- passed by the lower house the Presi knock with a cushioned knocker. The lent intentions of the good women dent will veto it. Tax Commissioner Ward ta as busy free pass Is an insidious temptation, who wear out their fingers and wasto as an old hen with n big brood of vast quantities of wool in such work, oven to tho very elect. Ono of tho The state has loosed a farm of 650 chickens. He is making tho first saddest incidents illustrating the al- aro recognlzed.but it is impractical. A acres near Hopkinsvillo and will op real assessment of tho property of tiro luring influence of tho pass that has writer says ho has never seen a sol- erate it with prison labor from tho county. .It Is being dono slowly but como to our knowledgo recently oc- dier on tho field wearing a sweator Eddyvlllo penitentiary. thoroughly, and when completed or hand knit socks, and that tho only. curred whllo tho carnival was hero Ohio county will bo amazed at tho Inst week. A young man with tho use ho has ovor seen tho wristlet put According to Income tax reports volume of its taxablo wealth. Mr. to was as a dust shield to keep tho Kentucky has 81 millionaires. innocenco of a babe and tho purity Ward is not attempting to assess tho of n primrose; a young man whose dust out of tho working parts of his proporty at an extravlgant valuo, but rlllo. This writer declares tho soft calling demands that ho teach by Tho government crop report for Is conscientiously discharging his ns well as by precept, nnd lead wool used by tho hand knitters is July estimates tho wheat, crop duty as directed by the State Tax fit only for tho cradle, not for tho his followers In the straight and narbushels below the Juno state- Commission. So far tho land assessRut wero tho stuff service- ment. row path, was lured by a pass to at- tronches. ed has bcon valued at about fifty per Ono . tend a danco, a carnival danco. For able It Is a waste of energy. cent above former assessment valdo four anxious nights ho had carried man operating a machine will It Is claimed now that all danger moro knitting In a day than 7,500 of a sugar famine Is past but the gov- ues, and live stock at an increase of tho poisonous pass in his pocket unono hundred por cent. A steady Tho ernment lias not removed used, but on tho fifth, learning that women working with needles. restriction stream of taxpayers aro coming to logic of these arguments appeals to on its use. ono of the old fathers In Israel was tho Commissioner's olllco to assess. doing tho turkey trot with tho car- us, and wo would ndvlse our good their property. Ohio county women knitters to divert Nearly a hundred people were killnival girls under tho big tout, he yielded to the temptation and pass- their onorglos Into moro practical ed In a railway wreck near Nashville THE RED CROSS. . Monday. ed in. Rut let us bo generous with channels. tho young man. Ills Intentions wero Wo regret to havo to mention tho CIRCUIT COURT. good but tho pass, tho tempting, se- Tho I'olico Judge of Shelbyvtlle fact that the Red Cross work is not g ductlvo pass, tempted him and ho fell. liquor being pushed hero with tho vigor has declared tho Judgo Slack remained over for tho law passed by tho last legislature, and onergy that attended the earlier Truly tho puss is a cardinal evil. m Fourth of July fair, and held a brief unconstitutional. days of Its organization. Tho needs session of court Friday. Only equity BITTEN HY MAI) DOG. of tho unfortunates aro greater now, cases were hoard. Tho Kentucky wheat yield, now and a greater number aro In noed. L. L. Arbucklo, executor of tho cs- coming from tho thresher, is not com- Lot us kindle anow tho fires of our Mrs. Arthur Petty, of ILendorson, was bitten by a dog afflicted by rab- tato of N. F, Arbucklo, doceasod, was ing up to all that was expected of It. enthusiasm. ies, Sunday. Mrs. Potty was hurried awarded a Judgement against F. L. Tho Ohio county chapter of tho FOR SALE. Rod Cross has been culled upou for to Rowling Green Monday, whoro sho Arbucklo for $350. Daisy Kate Taylor was granted a tho following service to bo completed will bo given tho Pabtour treatment One Gasollno Engine 10 H. P., 1 by September 1: for rabies. Tho dog's head was al- divorce from E. T. Taylor, and hor The many maiden name of Daisy Kate Rukor pair French Buhrs, 1 Shellor.l CrushOno hundred Hospital bed shirts, so sent for examination. er. Belting and all necessary fix- slxty-ilv- o chemises for misses over frlonds of Mrs. Potty, in Ohio county, restored. Tho case of R. C. Vance against tures. GEO. CARSON. ten years old, ono hundred sweatwill anxiously await news of effective tho Broadway Coal Company was dls- - 2t2p ers and five hundred pairs of socks. Ceutortown, Ky. treatment. War Conference will be held at tho court house hero Thurs day, August 8. Tho purpose of the meeting Is to further educate tho nnnnln tn a nronor realization of Amorlca.a piace aml dutv , the War. A number of well known speakers Among these will deliver addresses. will bo a soldier who has gone through the hell of war In France, wns wounded on tho field of battle, A county Reports from every section of the county of good rains Monday aro encouraging. Fields, and especially gardens, wero suffering for moisture, and relief came in the nick of time. The rain began somo time in the night and continued well into tho morning. It was a soaking rain without wind, and will mean many thousands of dollars to Ohio county crops nnd gardens. The corn crop Is lato and uneven and tho late planting of tobacco was dying in the hill. Vegetation everywhere Is revived and crop prospects are very much improved. With tho exception of the oarly potato crop, which was past help, there is now a good prospect for a splendid crop in the county. Tho Hoys' nnd Girls' agricultural clubs will havo a picnic at Peters Cave, near McHenry, Thursday, July 18. Every boy and girl In tho county who is Interested in agriculture is expected to bo present nnd take part, In fact everybody Interested in farm ing should como out to hear the speakers discuss tho matter of making two blades of grass grow where one grew before, and how to do it with out increasing acreage or labor. Bring tho boys and girls and a lunch with you, and don't forget to bring a llttlo extra along for county agent Browder. State Agricultural, Agent Otis Kercher, District Agent Hawkins, and F. E. Merriman, will deliver addresses. THE WRONG MEDICINE. ate rules. Altho the chair's decision was by a narrow margin, 36 to 33, prohibition leaders declared their full strength was not marshaled against the ruling, as many senators who favor prohibition voted to sustain the chair, and ttiat the amendment will be adopted by an overwhelming majority. over-- ruled t t gc' . a -- lo 00 antl-shlppin- SHELBY SLEUTHS ARE OVER ZEALOUS ' Tho most powerful indictment of tho corrupt and Inofllclcnt tyranny of tho Romanoffs, or rnthor of tho RusInstructors. Shadowed As sian nutocracy, Is Hint It produced Uolshevism. Spies By Hattiesburg Drondful though It Is that despo'Sherlocks' tism should ruin men's bodies, It Is worso that it should ruin men's souls. Vast physical distress was caused by (Louisville Herald.) Proic V. M. C. A. Instructor. tho centuries of despotism which Rusllntticsburg, Miss., Juno G. Nino Supercilious smiles curved nbout sia owed to tho fnct that 600 yonra o'clock had struck in Hattiesburg tho llpo of the wlso devotees of Nick ago sho lacked military ability to reand savo for the wanderings of a few Carter. pot tho Mongol wnrrlors. Hut this Is soldlors nnd "night owIs"cmerglng "Tell that to someone else," said ovorwclghed by tho dreadful quall-le- s from picture shows, Hattiesburg was thoy. of soul which tho dcsposltfsm prons dcsolnto as "The Deserted Village" Tho men under suspicion Insisted duced In thoso who suffered under It. of book lore. Calm and quiet arc tho camp be communicated .with. ReWo In America havo a direct Intwo of the greatest assets of tills part luctantly tho officers permitted their terest In this evil phenomenon. From of the world. This-l- s just the place prsoncrs to communicate with tho tho tyranny tp Russia great numfor persons of shattered nerves who Y. M. C. A. nt Camp Shelby. It was bers of Russians fled hither. Many of wish to bo cured of insomnia for said that a secretary would bo dis- these Mary Antln Is n type were there- Is nothing to hinder a person patched to the Jail forthwith. eminently fit to live in n land which, from enjoying a prolonged cmbraco "Wo nro Y. M. C. A. workers," In- with all its faults, Is a land of freeof Morpheus except ono should bo sisted tho "spies." dom nnd of opportunity, and these bold enough and violently light the "Where are your uniforms?" tri gave much to the land which gnvo god of sleep. m umphantly responded the captors. them so much, nut many havo been During theso tranquil nights It fro "At,the camp; we did not put them merely sources of poisonous corrup A XKW WORLD. quently occurs that members of tho on tion to the nation which gave them "Well, we'll see," said ono of tho an asylum. Many of the Bolshevist pollco force find time to sharpen their On every hand wo hear tho hopeful wit nnd sense fo "scent" by persuing sleuths with a broad grin. t exiles to this land returned to Russln sentiment expressed, "It will be n Shortly the secretary arrived. He when tho revolution broke out, and the leaves of Sherlock Holmes. Ono after tho war." of tho "finest" of Hattiesburg had looked at tho forlorn group under most of thoso wero filled with venom And so It will; Indeed It Is n new just finished ono of tho most baffling suspicion; then at the quartet of for this country. The prime cnuso world already. If a year ago anymysteries whioh had been unraveled Dame Justice's favorite sons. Then lay not In our shortcomings many one had predicted half that has come by the peerless "detective." Ho sal- ho (lushed, grew angry and stammer- though these are but In their own to pass wo should havo stoned him lied forth on tho streets with tho de- ed forth: corroded souls. This moral corrosion ns an evil prophet nnd declared his "You have made a grave error, made them preach and practice tho predictions impossible. termination that if any evildoers These gentlemen aro not gospel of hatred and malice, not only were abroad they would not escapo gentlemen. But hero wo are raising wheat unspies. They nre Instructors In French toward nil men of wealth, whether der n price fixed by tho Food Adminhis Argus oyes. Presently his vigilance, stimulated at Camp Shelby. They are Professors they did good or evil, but toward all istration. Tho Government operation decent-livin- g of railroads has como suddenly, even by reading of flctionary performances, J. P. LeCoq, of tho University of In- honest, For lo and behold! diana ; Jules Frelin, of the University men and women who wero not con- naturally a dream realized over was rowarded. night with neither opposition nor Kight before his eyes he beheld three of Minnesota, and H. L. Goiunaz, of sumed by mean envy of others. strangers. They were conversing Vanderbilt University." disaster. Both our food and our fuel These Russian exiles were not nsk- Grinning sheepishly, tho vigilance thoroughly "controlled" that earnestly In a foreign tongue. The d to come here. They came here so as aro so languago was French, but that did committee apologized nnd opened the to be free from persecution and to ho amount of sugar and flour wo may may not worry tho wlley guardian of the doors of freedom to the persecuted better themselves. They owe this eat, the tempernturo at which we keep our homes, and tho proportion law since ho cound not understand trio of pedagogs. ountry everything. But tho only emowo aro IndividuTho three "college stars" are wear nor distinguish French from Chinese. tions aroused In the Bolshevist type of the staples of life ing their Y. M. C. A. uniforms since ally allowed to purchaso or to posTrails Wily "Spies." are mean hatred, mean desire to slan us by elected "Spies," was the thought which the Incident and the members of the der and a self-pit- y both mean and sess nro determined for spies police force have sent their volumes morbid. Tho moral and mental atti- uitocrats perhaps somo hundreds or flashed through his brain. And tho men were as far as he was con of Sherlock Holmes to the camp tude It introduces into this country Is miles away and all in the name of cerned. He trailed tho men who bore library. much more permanently mischiev- democracy. What we may not eat or wear and He met a distinguished appearance. ous than the bubonic plague, and When you feel lazy, out of sorts what we may not consume in manua member of tho military police force, against it wo should erect a far more who In his native state had cracked and yawn a good deal In the daytime, rigorous quarantine. The oppressed facture are decided now on tho score corn and viewed mountain scenery. you can change It to a torpid liver of othor lands who have developed of public welfare, not upon private He confided his suspicion to the man which has llowed the system to get this kind of character should be kept choice or the ability to pay. Wo shall in uniform and met with sympathy. full of impurities. HEROINE cures out of this land at all hazards, and urtail our buying of expensive nutos; Tho M. P. joined in the sleuthing ex- all disorders produced by an inactive our Immigration laws should prompt- for example, for the very good reason pedition with a vim. Yet no attempt liver. It strengthens that organ, ly be changed accordingly. There are that they will not now bo mado in Tho antitrust was mado to molest tho strangers, cleanses tho bowels and puts the sys- plenty of sordid and arrogant capital- unlimited numbers. nut not for a moment did tho four tem In good healthy condition. Price ists in this land, but their most .harm- laws aro knocked Into a cocked lint 50c. Sold by Ohio Co. Drug Co. in and certain combinations of trade eyes of the detectives leave them. ful and unlovely traits arc no worse o that have been hitherto declared ilA deputy sheriff who happened to and no more dangerous than those of FOOD COST IXCKKASKS. legal are now demanded by tho high be near was called into consultation. this particular type of professional ast necessity. Ho listened to tho conversation of proletarian. In its full development Prices of food as a whole advanced What Is most remarkable Is tho fact the men under suspicion. ' It produces the Trotzkys, who hnvc 16 per cent in the year from March that most of our regulations are brought Russia to tho brink of the -legal, "Ilet tor Xnb 'Km." 15, 1917, to March 15, 1918, accordInspired for reasons of pub'Sure, they're spies, better nab ing to the May report of the Iiureau abyss, and the Hillquits and Victor lic welfare, accepted and observed by 'em," this worthy declared. The po- of Bergers and Eastmans, who would common consent, and enforced by Statistics and Labor. The same liceman suddenly saw vision of a lead our people Into a complete ruin public opinion. report goes on to say: subjecchief's badge, tho deputy began to period the only de- of which ono item would be In this one-yeThe old law of "cvory marc for dream of sheriffdoms and tho M. P. tion to tho German autocracy. The cline in price is that of potatoes. himself and tho devil take the hindbegan to feel captain's bars sprouting reactionThis articlo decreased 51 per cent. most sordid capitalists and most seems to have been tumbled on his shoulders. aries can do no more harm to this Into Jornmeal shows tho greatest increase, the discard, and men work and AH doubts that the men were "18-kar- at given or 75 per cent. Sugar shows the country than these men. if die now, not for themselves but for spies, friends of tho Monster power, would do. Tho worst bourdemocracy tho right of tho fellow to least increase, or 4 per cent. of Potsdam, members of the Sons of politics and business- - stand in the prices of the bons of The increases live has life. To this end the rich 'Gehenna," and other "Made in Gerother article range from 14 per cent no lower thrfn these leaders of the ind tho poor, tho oxhaltcd nnd the T. W. many" organizations were cleared to 47 per cent, and are; In detail as American Bolshevists, of the humble labor together, performing away with the arrival of a member of W., the Germanized Socialists, the all things needful. No longer is any follows: Mb roast, If per cent; i the local secret service office. Naturaland sirloin steak, 15 per cent; anarchists and all the squalnf crow necessary thing labeled "menial," and ly it behooves secret service opera- flour pork chops, 21 per cent; eggs, 27 per who preaches the gospel of envy and avery man Is, for tho tlmo at least, tive to be exceedingly careful. Ac- cent; ham, 31 per cent; milk, 35 per hatred, who preach a class war, "his brother's keeper." Who would cordlngly tho operative carefully Is translated 39 per cent, and bacon, which, when preaching havo Imagined a year ago that so "got an earful" of the foreign tongue cent; lard, Into- action, expresses Itself through 47 per cent. much could havo been so quickly .of tho men, observed their gesticulaIn a single twolvo months! Food as n whole was 59 per cent tho bomb and the torch. tions nnd studied their profile In all higher in March, 1918, tluin in March, Theso men are encouraged, and So far havo wo gone along the highpositions. Is weakened, by way of progress and toward a now 1913. Lard Increased 112 per cent our own moral fiber "Foreigners" Hun minded. cornnieal, 145 per cent. Tho In- the parlor or pink tea Bolshevism .vorld so much for having been scar and Another animated conference waa crease In only four articles- was less dear to tho hearts of so many of our ed stiff and for onco in our lives hold by the quartet of sleuths. The than 50 por cent. Eleven articles people who llko to think of them- brought face to face with fundamen aro, Increased over 50 per cent, and three selves as intellectuals, und who ex- tal realities. over. The percentages of increase In poraaps, particularly apt to find cent and pression for their viows in tho now Catarrhal Deafness of those increased 100 'uunnot BeCured five-yeperiod are as republic. Most certainly, hard detail for this as thuy cannot reach to tho conditions and op- by local applications, of tho car. There I (he diseased portion Cornnieal, 147 per cent; follows: one to portunities of the Immigrant Is u only that way by aeuro catarrhal deafness, Is and constitutional remedy jlard, 112 per cent; llMir, 100 per hideous wrong; but it Is not an bettered Catarrhal Deafnessof is caused By lining of cent; bacon, 87 per cent; ham and condition tho mucous When ttla sugar, C9 per cent; bread, CS per by a dllottanto sentlmcntalism on thu Eustachian Tube.rumbling fcjund tube Is or Inflomed you havo a hearing, nnd is cntlnly 'cent; potatoes, 67 por exult; eggs and boliult of wrong. Wo must never cloud. Deafnets Ij tho when It Unless tho result. E. Pinkham's pork chops, 06 per cont; milk, 51 per view tho Immigrant merely as n What Lydia InlUmmatlon can be reduced and this tube only riUond to Its normal condition, luarlnc We must will be destroyed forever Many cases of Vegetable Compound Did cent; round bteak, 49 por cent; rib an a future citizen, think of him whoso children deafness nro caused by catarrh, which lu roast, 38 por cont; siilolu Hteak, 37 surare to share with our children the an In Ilamtd condition of thu mucous thru For Ohio Woman. faces Hall's Catarrh MedWlno acts percent, and butter, 'M per cent. the blood on thu mucous curfaccs of the heritage of this land. We miut do system. m We will for him everything that is right, und any cues of give One Ilundrvd Dollars for Portsmouth, Ohio. " I suffered from Cause of Despondency. Otarrhal Denftiesa that cannot wo must tulernta froui him nothing bo curd by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. CirIrregularities, pains in my side and wai Despondency Is ofton caused by culars free. All Druggists. 7Cc Is wrong. so weak nt limes i K. J. CIIUNUV 4: CO., Toledo. O. and that nnd constipation, s could hardly got jindlgehtion Tho Dulshovlsts havo no lesson to quickly disappears when Chamber-Iain'- s around to do my teach America except what to avoid. SAVING KIll'ITS AND VKTAHLKS. work, and as I hud Tablets aro taken. Those tab-- i In four in my family lets strengthen tho digestion and They huvo betrajed democracy and three boarders Imovo America, England and Franco. Thoy and Tho tho bowels. n havo plunged Russia into ruin. They season canning, preserving tho drying it mado it very hard family Is on see that for me. Lyuia E. fatuously hoped by this botrayul of supply is secured and where possible), OUt CITVCOl'SIXS. Pinkham's Vcrp. their allies to make police with tho a surplus should bo put up. When table Compound was recommended and tho caulng or drying Is properly dono, A young lady hurried into a city Gorman militaristic autocracy, to me. I took it f butcher shop uud bald: "A mouth thou to betray it in turn. But tho tho canning or drying is proporly nnd it has restored my Health. It is ago I bought three very lino hams in Gormaus woro just us false, cunning; dono, tho product will keop any length of tlmo if stored in n certainly tho best hero. Have you any moro of thorn?" uud treacherous and a thousand times medicine for woman's ailments I ever cool, dry place. Write to tho Depart"Yes, indeed, madam," roplied tho muru able; nnd having mado tho saw." Mrs. Saka Shaw, R. No. 1, butcher. "Would you like somo more publish themselves to the ment of Agriculture for a bulletin on Portsmouth, Ohio. world as traitors to liberty, thoy have canning. Address Washington, D. C. of them?" Mrs. Shaw proved the merit of this "Yes," said tho young lady, "I'll now proceeded to trumplu thorn under medicine and wrote this letter in onler that other suffering women may find tnko two moro of them If you nro foot. And tho Bolshevist showed will- Cliiimbcrlnlu'r, Colic and Diarrhoea relief as she did Remedy. Curtain that they come from tho sumo ingness only to fight their fellowRus-sluns- ; Women who nre suffering as she was hog ns tho other threo that I bought Now Is tho time to buy a bottlu they woro helpless before, tho should not drag along from day to day of this remedy so as to be prepared German invaders. without giving this famous root and from you. . --in case that any ono of your family herb remedy, Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, a trial. For special TIIK KOLDIKIl'S CH.WCHS. should havo an attack of colic or advice in regard to such ailments write during tho summer months. , to Lydiu E. Pinkham Medicine Co. , Lynn, FOR FLETCHER'S Great us tho danger uud large as It is worth a hundred times its cost Mass. The result of its forty years m tho lodges lu tho aggregate tho iudl- - when needed, (experience is at your service. hard-working, extraar - pow-wowas tho stealthy approach of tho four members of tho various branches of law nnd order Carefully executing their offcnslvo, tho ofllccrs completely surrounded tho "foreigners," Thoy were asked kindly to accompany tho quartet to the county jail. Hero tho 'suspicious" trio volu-abl- y protested ngalnst tho nrrest. "Don't you know who wo are?" quoth they. "We nre Instructors In French nt Camp Shelby. ond of tho w PAKLOIt HOI.SIIKVISM. (Uy Theodora Ilooscvcdt In tho Metro- politan.) vldual soldlor hns plonty of chances of coming out of tho war unscathed, or tho least not badly injured. Based on tho mortality statistics of tho allied armies, n soldier's chances nro as follows: Twonty-nin- o chances of coming homo to ono chnnco of being killed. Forty-nin- e chances of recovering from wounds to ono chnnco of dying from them. Ono chnnco In 500 of losing n limb. Will live flvo years longer because of physical training, Is freer from drsenso In tho Army thnn In civil life, nnd hns better medical caro nt tho front thnn nt home. In other wars from 10 to 15 men died from disease to 1 from bullets; in this war 1 man dies from discasu to every 10 from bullets. For thoso of our fighting men who do not escape scatheless, tho Government under the soldier and sailor Insurance lnw gives protection to the wounded and their dependents nnd to tho families nnd dependents of thoso who niako tho supremo sacrifice for their country. m 's Meat Must Be Sold Fresh meat is perishable. It must be sold within about two weeks for whatever it will bring. A certain amount of beef is frozen for foreign shipment, but domestic markets demand fresh, chilled, unfrozen beef. now-worl- d Swift & .Company cannot increase prices by withholding meat, because it will not keep fresh and salable for more than a few days after it reaches the market. Swift & Company cannot tell at the time of purchasing cattle, what price fresh meat will bring when put on sale. If between purchase and sale, market conditions change, the price of meat must also change. limits our profit to 9 per cent on capital invested in the meat departments. This is about 2 cents per dollar of sales. No profit is guaranteed, and the risk of loss is not eliminated. The Food Administration As a matter of fact, meat is often sold at a loss because of the need of selling it before it spoils. Swift & Company, U.S. A. "BEST MEDIAE pr ar FORWOMEN" I lo ki . Children Ory dlr-iho- ea O ASTO R 'A "DAY'S WOHK" IN AX and no angles. Wo, from our vanOBSKItVATIOX BAM.OOX tage point, must aid thu gunners in finding their targets, and report on For tho ninny thousands of words each shell that bursts. AH day long that havo been written about tho part tho tolephouo apparatus Is glued to aeroplanes nro playing In tho war our heads, and ut regular Intervals there have been, comparatively, only tho glapscs arc glued to our oyes. a few dozen concerning tho rolo and I.lfo Is reduced to tho query: 'Whero accomplishments of tho observation did that ono go?" "Wo know tho dlfferonco between balloon. It Is but a fow years ago that a delicate white clouds and tho browndrop with parachute from a balloon ish yellow of nmntol, nor do wo con-- j. was regarded ns such a wonderful found the black cloud that smells deadly feat that it was heralded nn the chief lyddite with tho bluey-greottructlon nt state fairs. Now it is an gas shell. "Sometimes wo aro drawn down In ordinary Incident In tho day's work of douhle-(ulc- k tlmo as some especial ls tho fearless war observer. Tho of this' observation work, ns told danger threatens; bometlmcs wo sit,, by a soldier who modestly refrained legs over basket, waiting for tho wonr from singing his name, seem of suf- that shall tell us our balloon Is on fire, and that wo must Jump, trusting ficient Interest to bear reprinting. "It is parly morning," ho wrHcs. to our puruchuto to savo our lives. "Tho balloon Is walked down to tho The day's work Is full of thrills. 'When nt last U p. m. mnrks tho asconsio ground, tho winch follows, two olllcors who are to bo ob- lose of our porlod of observation, and und tho servers for tho day don their para- close of our period of observation, chute attachments. Tho balloon Is und wo como down for tho last tlmo then togged to thu winch, nnd tho that day, It Is tot unusual for nn obobsorvors stop Into tho basket. Ono server to buckle up, as If ho couldn't tests tho telephone; tho other care- .stand on his legs, and huvo to bo car fully examines valvo cord, rip cord ried to bed. Biscuits and milk chocoand ballast. There is a saluto und late have kopt him going nil day, but now ho wants nothing so much as tho giant cable slowly uncoils. "At 500 feet the winch Is stopped, sleep." . o while we tako tho strength of tho wind, which nt that height Is usually ,airi tons or voau about 12 miles an hour. Then up wo i,o.iii:d jx tkx nouns go ngaln, stopping nt 1,000 feet to repeat tho business. Tho wind is now Mlddlesboro, Ky July 0. Fifty-nln- o 1G miles nn hour. At ovory 500 feet railroad hoppers of llfty-flv- o tons wo stop until tho limit of 3,000 feot capacity unch woro loaded by minors s. Is reached. Then tho day's work in tho omploy of tho Lynch, Ky., nilno of tho United Stutcs Coal nnd Choke "Wo uro 5,000 yards from tho front Company. This bets tho record for lino, und connection by tulophono production of any ono mine during with tho field batteries, und tho ton hours in this district, If not in the 'heavies' behind, nnd wo could, it wo state. Tho maximum capacity of tho wished, tulk with hoadiiuurters or nilno In to bo 12,000 tons dully. TwJ with u friend in Paris. Tho com- thousand now houses huvo been built pleteness of tho tolephouo exchnugo for tho use of prospective employes. system Is, indeed, u thing to marvel Ills nt when one is talking from tho clouds. FOR FLETCHER'S "Our task is to direct tho guns. EvA erything is worked out in mlnutos do-tai- Children Ory CASTORIA I J FIRST NIGHT IN TRENCH 'AWFUL' Weird Experience Is Related By Tommy; Afterward It's Easy. (Correspondent of tlio Associated Press.) London, Juno 15. Whnt will tlio flrut night in the trendies lio, Ih n question Hint thousands of Amcrlcnn FohllerH lmvo faced porltnps with some nilsfilvltiB. cortnlnly with lively nntlcl-pntlon. Tlio cxpcrlcnco of mnny of them must ha like (lint of n llrltlsh described by Lord Dttnsnny, captain of tlio InnlskllllnR er tho front experience," ho writes. "It Is llko n man's first birthday It vote, or his twenty-firIs n milestone In his life, innrktng tlio il chnnRo from tlio mimic wnrfnro the lines to tlio crlm realties of nctunl conlllct. Iteirull's P'lrxt XIbIi. "I'erhnpH I can best explain how this cxpcrlcnco affects n soltllor by iollltiB you tho story of a recruit's first night in tho trendies. Dick Chooser, ono of my men, wns n plow-bo- y just past IS when ho enlisted, and not yet 19 when bo went on his first sentry 'ro' In tho front lino. "It wns n quiet night, and dawn was only an hour or so distant when Chooser took his post. The corporal told him where to stand, warned htm to keep it good lookout, and left him. "There was Dick Chccscr, alono In tho dark, with nn nrmy In front of him eighty yards nway, n resourceful, crafty and dosporato enemy. Tho stillness of tho night only added to Chooser's feeling of responsibility. Tho stillness awed him. Thero had not been n shell all night. Ho put his head over tho parapet gingerly nnd waited. Nobody red at him. lie felt somehow thut tho night wns waiting for him, that something uncanny nnd unexpected would happen soon, lie beard voices la n communication trench somewhere behind him; there were n few senteiicos of gruff, conversation; tho voices died away. Thero wns a long sllonco. Chooser fell to wondorlng whether tho night was black or grey; he stared hard at tho night to study lis exact color; tho night stared back at him, mid seemed to bo threatening him; It' was gray, gray nnd artful, like a oil or a fox. An Uncanny Keeling. "It was uncanny, thought Chooser. ll! Shells would come, or Germans, or anything at nil, you would know how to take it; but this deathly niilet, llko u mist over hugo valleys! Anything might hnppen. Chooser waited nnd waited, and tho night wnlted too. Ho felt that they wero watching each other, tho night nnd ho, both crouching, both ready to spring. "His mind grew so active that his head throbbed with tho phys!cat exertion of thinking. Ho was watching with eyes and ears nnd Imagination, hoping to anticipate by a. second or two tho dread Something that ho felt was suro to happen soon In the ominLand. Ho ous mist of thought of throwing n stone out Into tho blackness. Just to sco whnt would happen. Then ho began to wish for his boyhood's slingshot, so that ho could cntapult a nlco round stono right across tho blackness Into tho German lino. Night Itotnlns Mystery. "A littlo wind blow In tho night, too cold for tho tlmo of year. It mads for a moment a lano In tho mist ovor Land. Chooser peered into 's it, but tho mist closed round again. No,' Night scorned to say, 'You can't fcffoss my Becrot.' And tho awesomo hush intensified. What are they up to now? thought tho sontry. What nro thoso crafty enemies planning in all thoso miles of sllonco? "Even tho very lights wero few nnd far between. Whonono wont up, fnr hills of shadow scorned to sit and brood ovor tho valloy; black shapes grow up nnd vanished In tho shadow. Tho rocket fuded nnd tho hills wont hack into mystery ngnln, and cboesor .still peered lovol ovor tho ominous valloy. "All tho dangors and sinister shapes and evil destinies that tho sontry faced that night can not bo pictured or described In more words. It was only two hours that ho stood thero, nnd not a shell foil in nil that tlmo, not a Gorman stlrrod. "It Is a wlord unci awful experience, that first night In tho tronches. Tho next tlmo It Is an easy matter." In Fusiliers. "A can's first nlfilit Is nn opoch-mnkltiB st lino ho-ln- by tho Aniorlcnns nnd lot tho snakes do tho rest. Tlio sldo winder Is n death denier extraordinary, strikes threo times ri8 fast as any other rattler nnd, unllko other, docs not net on tho honrt, but paralyzes tho nerves within twenty minuter). Allinnn would hnvo no troublo In gnthorlng them in Arizona nnd tho Imperial Vnlloy, ho says. Tho Germans, If thoy possessed sunb n deadly weapon, would not bosltato to uso It, Allinnn believes. "Tho beauty of my Idea Is that tho rnttlor can llvo flvo or six months in captivity without cither food or water and they will bo Just as effcctlvo during thnt tlmo," says Allman. "I hnvo nn nntldoto for rntllosnako blto that could bo supplied to nnyono thnt handles them, but tho Gcrmnns would not know whnt stung thorn. "My idea would bo to catch thorn and then soak their tails In warm wntor. Then tho shell that rattles and gives warning could bo removed without Injury to tho snnko. Their fangs nro so sharp thnt unless tho warning Is given with tho rattles a person would hordly know .what bit him. Hide winders range in slzo from four to twelve feet." m U. S. AHMV HAH AX KXOrif AltlU-'- Snn Frnnclsco, July C.Tho samo destiny that toro William Shnvchenko bride, Dorn, In from his Hiifisla six years ago nnd led her to bellovo that ho had been executed for a political crlnio ngnlnst tho Cznr has restored him to her in freo America. But now she Is tho wlfo of Michael Bnknnoff nnd tho mother of his s6n. Shavchcnko Is In tho United Stn'tcs nrmy, a prlvnto nt Camp Fremont, near hero. And Dorn Bnkanoff loves this modern Enoch Ardon Just ns sho loved him when they wero married In Rostov-on-Don. I I 11 unln-telllglb- lo V WOULD KILL OKK 1IOCIIKS H.VAKKH IN TIIKNCIIKH VUTTINa Los Angeles, July C "Lonsomo Jack" Allman, king of nil ratlosnnko catchers, offers to gather 10,000 sldo wiiulors or hornot rattlosnukos If tho government will lot him dump thorn Into trenches vacated to tho Germans In every homo whoro thero Is a baby there should also bo a bottlo of It may be McGKK'S 11AHY ELIXIR. needed at any tlmo to correct sour stomnch, wind colic, diarrhoea or summer complaint. It Is a wholcsomo remedy, contains no opium, morphine or Injurious drug of nny kind. I'rlco Sold by 2Cc nnd 50c per bottlo. in talk together." Ohio Co. Drug Co. a As thoy wore about to bo introTO CALCULATi: AMOUNTS duced tho eyes of tho Russian couple ok iMtonuci: met and whon tho truth dawned upon them thoy rushed Into eaclv other's To Find tho Number of Dushcls of nrms, much to tho alarm of tho army C.rnln or Shelled Corn In a IJIn or olllcor and his hostess. ( Wagon Ilox. Level tho grain, multiEscaped Russian Guard. ply tho length of tho grain pllo by Then Shavchenko told his story. Ho its width nnd depth (all In feet) and had escaped from tho Russian guard, . divide by fled through Austria and eventually To find tho Number of Uushels of reached America. Corn in Shuck in a Crib or Dox. Lev"Not until I had shnken the dust of el tho corn, multiply tho length of tho Europe did I daro write to you," ho com pllo by Its width and depth (all told his wife. "Only when I learned in feet), divide by 3A. If the crib that thoy could not take mo from tho dlstnnce American for n political offense did I Is round, multiply around tho crib by tho diameter, wrlto homo. And always tho answer and thnt product by tho depth of tho came: 'Wo do not know where she com (nil In foot) nnd divide by 14 4. is.' " To Kind tho Number of Ilnshcls of 'Thank God that Ho put you In this Shucked or Husked Com on tho Ear ono enmp out of tho many and Lovol tho brought you back to me!" wept Dora. In a Crib or Wngon Ilox. mm corn, multiply tho length of tho corn pllo by Us width mid depth (nil In NEW PliAXT HANDLUS feet), nnd divide by 2 v.. If tho crib SHELLS A DAV multiply Is tho distance round, around tho stack in foot. Multiply Quantity if not capacity shipments this depth of the com( nil In feet), will start soon from a new Governg and divide by 10. fnctory in Now ment To Kind tho Number of Tons of Jorsey, one of four such Government liny In a Mow. Multiply tho length plants each of which Is Inrger than by tho width by tho height (all in nny simllnr plant In tho world. feet), nnd dlvidd by GOO, if tho liny When turning out 52,000 loaded is not well settled. If it is well pack- shells n dny under full operation tho ed, dlvido by 450. plant will uso 2,000 tons of shells To Find tho Number of Tons of and explosives daily, tho products of Hay In a Wc.k. Add tho overthrow some 75 factories. Mora than 5,000 (tho dlstanco from tho ground on ono workmen will bo required. Plans sldo ovor tho top of tho stack to tho contemplate tho employment of a ground on the other sldo) to tho largo number of women. The mark-in- s width of tho stack. Multiply this of shells to deslgnato slzo, load, sum by Itself. Multiply tho result and rango will requlro 250,000 operaby tho length of tho rick, nnd dlvido tions each day. . by 15. Dlvido this number by 450 Tho plant has a total area of apto 500, according ns tho hay Is woll proximately 2,500 acres. More than settled or recently ricked. 100 buildings, with an nggrcgato floor To Find tho Number of Tons of spaco of 1,300,000 square feet, will Hay In a Hound Stack. Measure tho provide storage for shells and part distnnco around tho stack in feet. and for mnterlal. A small city, with Multiply this number by Itself. Mul- heating and lighting plants, water tiply tho product by tho height of the and' sewage systems, hospitals, stnek, nnd dlvido by 15. This will plant, nnd restaurants, was give tho cubic feet In tho stack. Di- built to house tho employees. Thero vide this number by 450 to GOO ac- Is equipment to protect tho health cording ns tho hay Is woll settled of of thoso who work yith poisonous recently stacked. gases, and a school for instruction m in tho loading of artillery ammuniSU11GEONS agree thnt In cases of tion with high explosives. Cuts, Hums, Bruises and Wounds, tho Tho oporating plant consists of 13 FIRST TREATMENT Is most imporg units, each Independent tant. When nn EFFICIENT of tho othor, with equipmnet for loadIs applied promptly, thero Is ing 13 sizes of shells, ranging from no danger of infection nnd tho wound tho recently developed begins to heal at onco. For uso on to 16 Inches. On two sizes of shells man or boast, BOHOZONE is tho tho propelling charge also will bo IDEAL ANTISEPTIC and HEALING loaded, tho shell and cartrldgo caso AGENT. Buy it now and bo ready being assembled at tho plant. All for nn omergoncy. Prico 25c, 50c, othor shells are assembled in France. $1.00 and $1.G0. Sold by Ohio Co. g In tho construction of tho m Drug Co. units tho problem wns for m greater than ono of moro building. HAS CLKVICU COXT1HVAXCK to SKK1) Immcnso fnns have been Installed TO IIAIIVHST Cl.OVKK dispose of tho polstnous fumes from tho high explosives. Whon n unit Greenville, S. C.July C. An InIs In oporatlon tho nir In tho loading genious machine for hnrvestlng clover room is changed every fow minutes. Can-uadseed has been porfected by J. L. Specially designed suits will bo worn a pioneer clover ralsor nonr during work with tho explosives. ' Greonvlllo. Mr. Cannadn dovisod an exhaust fan mounted on a wagon KOCH'S PIUVATE LIKE SIMPLE; driven by a small gnsollno ongine. A HE'S A GREAT FAMILY MAN mouthplcco connected with tho fan is lowored ovor the clovorhoads and tho Paris, July 6. Interest In tho current of air lifts tho seed out nnd character of Gon. Ferdinand Foch, receptadeposits them into a suitable commandor-in-chiof tho allied cle. Tho mnchlno is Bald to work miles, has resulted in revealing some porfectly. life. of tho secrets of his overy-da- y Ills naino it seems, is of Celtic origin, "Foex," which moans "fire," and ho has tho bluo eyes of tho Colt. Boforo tho war tho general devoted For Infants and Children his tlmo between his family and readIn Use For Over SO Years ing tho sport. History is his fnvorlto Always form qt literature, and ho loves the the works of tho old French composers. Signature He bus a passion for antique furnl- Shav-chenkshell-loadinfire-flghtlshell-loadinanti-sceptic shell-loadina, ef Mrs. Baknnoff has left her present husband nnd sued for tho possession of tho child. Sho says sho will ask nn annulment of her marringo to him In 1914. Wlfo Ciiino To U. H. After Shavchcnko had been carried nwny by tho Czar's troops and executed his young wlfo enmo to tho United States, where sho married Baknnoff. Shortly nftcr tho birth of their son they quarreled and tho wlfo left tho husband. Sho obtnlned work In n home near where Camp Fromont now Is, and n few wcoks ngo nn officer from tho camp, accompanied by n private came to visit nt tho homo. Tho private wns Shevchcnko. "Our maid Is a Russian," said tho hostess when sho learned of nationality. "Supposo you turo, nnd is particularly fond of trees nnd tho great outdoors. Gonoral Koch's tnstoa nro simple. Ho cats spnrlngly, drinks wlno nnd coffffco but no spirltoiifl liquor, nnd smokes small cigars. Ho has a habit of letting hs cigar go out, nnd ovory cigar ho smokes must bo lighted flvo or six limes. For this reason ho kcops nn electric light- or In his motor cnr. Horsebnck riding Is tho generalissi mo's fnvorlto exorcise. Ho Is much attached to n thorobrod, which ho bought n year before tho war, nnd which goes wherever ho goes. His holidays tho gonoral spends nt n littlo seaside plnco at FInlstero, whero ho talks with tho populace, who have great affection for him particularly the children nnd young folks. WITH THE PAUAOIIAPHEHS. Tho first hattlo of tho Marno was Children Cry for Fletcher's 2?be Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over over 30 years, has borne the signature of and has been made under his per --jp sonal suPervision since its infancy. Allow no one to deceive you in this, ill Counterfeits, Imitations and " " are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. Just-as-good CijCJrh historic in thnt its history was a record to tho glory of tho French troops; In tho present battle tho soldiers of the U. S. A. ara finding their share of glory. Baltimore American. Charlie Schwab says his business on tho Shipping Board is to build ships and not to arguo. Which, by tho wny, is the best kind of an nrguo-men- t. New Orleans States. Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its nge is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTORIA GENUINE CASTORIA 'Bears the Signature of ALWAYS For our part, having seen what Iho European plan camo to, wo are willing for Gen. Pershing to show tho American plan. Galveston News. Tho high cost of living in Washington is sending the olllccseckqrs home. Tho optimists arc right. There's a bright sldo to everything. Birmingham Ago-Heral- d. Czscwf&&d In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought THR CENTAUR COMPANY. lewvonK city, All roads may load to Rome, but tho cohorts of Emp. Chns. arc finding them uncommonly hard to travel. Macon Telegraph. At this distnnco it looks as If tho Austrian Emperor's presence at tho Italian front didn't amount to much. Dallas News. I Starck Pianos! No Money in Advance Satisfac (ion GuaLovrestNet biographers Some of Napoleon's have marveled at the fact that in all his years of campaigning ho made no improvements whatever in tho weapons of war, fighting his last battle, it is pointed out, with tho some muskets ho fought his first. But Napoleon had genius. . Ho knew that anybody could duplicate new weapons if His strtegy was ho produced them. his own, and could not bo matched by any other. Charleston News and Courier. e MESSAGE TO WOMEN ranteed Fa ot Prices Terms P. A. ETARCK PRESIDENT o-- y Ebb icat A Saving of 5100 io S200FacFrom tory Direct FROM MRS. WILSON Washington, July 4. This Independence dny message was given today to tho women of America by Mrs. Wilson, wlfo of tho President: "The greeting which I am glad to send to tho women of our beloved country, who aro playing so Inrgo nnd so noble a part in this day of our supreme test, can have but a singlo thought for its theme tho thought that Is in all our hearts. 'That thought is that wo aro sustaining, not a government, but tho very principle of our nation's life. Tho moral of the war Is In tho thoughts nnd aspirations and hopes of tho women as well as of tho men. "They stand at tho very center of overy issue involved, as the men do, and in that sense the war is theirs. It is a war for what Is humano and right. They can put all that Is best of them into the struggle. And they are doing so. "I deeply admiro them, and am proud to stand with them. A now glory attaches to tho Fourth of July because wo aro striving to make the world freo." GEORGIA HEX LAYS IMKE AND WONDERFUL EGGS W will ship you a beautiful Starck Piano for 30 days' free trial. In your home. No cash payment required. All we ask Is that you will play upon, uso the not find and test this piano for 30 days. If, at the end of that time, you do you have Itever highest grade, sweetest ton? 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A hen belonging to Elijah Johnson, of Gwinnett county, Gcargla, evidently brood ing over tho terrible wnr, hns dano her best In tho way of prophesying victory for tho United States. Sho laid an egg very plainly nnd conspicuously engraved with tho Stars nnd Stripes, a V and tho figure 1 on it. Wonderment grew whon two days later sho added to tho collection nnother egg lnscrlbod with nn effort airship. But tho crowning camo ono day later when the third ogg was produced with tho lines of a battleship upon it. By an Ingenious method of deduction Sheriff W. C. Darby, of Gwlnnot County, and others havo translated tho egg marks to mean that tho United States will vin tho war one year henco, : You can be a success, and a big success, if you have AMBITION, ERERGY, NERVE. The road to success is easy if you are properly prepared. A Business Education is the chief requisite for preparedriess. The big men of today almost without exception are the men who prepared yesterday. We prepare you for tho position that are waitia for the prepared man or woman. School to session the entire year. Pupils may enter at any time and receive proppr classification. V CASTOR l A Ts&jfSSfe JUST BETWEEN GIRLS. "I'm offended with Jack," snld tho first girl. "He had tho audacity to back out of tho parlor last night throwing kisses at me." "Why, tho heartless crenturo! And you right thoro within reach," said tho amazed second girl. R rf-- in nn i iini (Incorporated) OWENSBORO KY. C X x MMHVtt ..? -- t .. , , .... The Hartford Republican weekly newspapers In tho United KENTUCKY 1'OMTICS. Published Weekly liy HARTFORD PRINTING COMPANY Incorporated C. K. SMITH, W. S. TINSLEY, Scc.-Trcn- President s. Editor .lOIIX IIKX1.Y THOMAS W. S. TINSLEY, AssocliKo Editor nml Business Manager. Entered according to law nt tho rostofflco, Hartford, Ky., as mall matter of tho second class. nil communications The Hartford Republican. Address States havo gono to tho wall within Politics, like tho poor, wo havo altho last year. Wo nro sure our patrons do not want their homo paper ways with us, even In tho midst of to go out of cxlstancc.nnd tho only wnr times. A number of contests for way wo can contlnuo to publish it Is nominations nro to bo settled nt the to ask our patrons to Indulge us tho August primary. Chief interest in Kentucky this prlvllcgo of raising our price as every other business hns dono. Every year centers in tho Republican conother thing you buy has ndvanccd tests. Judge 1). J. Dethrum, of Somfrom fifty to two hundred per cent In erset, and Dr. Hen L. Ilrunor, of tho last two years, and your county Louisville, nro candidates for tho senpaper Is tho single commodity you nro atorial nomination. In 'welllnform- buying now tho prlco of which has not cd political circles It is claimed that Rcthrum hns nil tho best of it, but nlrcady advanced. victories nro never won until the bal-- j mtWHS- - rW -- y-'ju- , ' ; k : n ; ' '- -: p h ) I. s I Tho winning of tho wnr is now lots nro coun'od. For Judge of tho Court of Appeals No to tho first purposo of mankind. sacrifice is too great to bo mado to In tho second Appeflnto district Judge nchievc that end. Wealth Is being M. L. Hcavrin, of this city, nnd F. J. confiscated through taxation, food is Pentecost, of Henderson, are tho as-- 1 XOTICE TO SUIlSCniBEIlS. being rationed nnd mon nro being plrnnts. Mr. Heavrln lives nearer Subscribers desiring tho papor sent drafted for sorvlco. Becauso of the tho center of tho district and in the to n now nddross must givo tho old peril that confronts us wo arc tempt- center of n group of tho strongest request. address in making tho Business Locals and Notices 10c ed, nt tho prlco of criticism, to sug- Republican counties in tho district,1 per line, and 5c per lino for addltlon- - gest that wo add another day to tho nnd, hnvlng been for eight years nj nl (ncnrtliMi Obituaries. Resolution., nml Rnr.li Wcck for tl'C Period of tho War. Tho member of tho Republican stato cenJet Timnks, 6c per lino, money In ad- - Huns know no sabbath In their mad tral committee, Is the better known, g ffo-fcMk- j I .vancc. i offorts to chain tho worm to tnoir "mi ins nomiiuiuuii is assured. fy,rCh Notices for sorvfecs free, chariot wheels, and may wo not JustTho contest for tho nomination for 'V but other advertisements, 5c per lino. ly employ that day In tho necessary congress In tho Fourth district Is tt . j.wfcwwill Model D Anonymous communications Dcr)' vliat oca wra nnd a ti and useful task of producing imper- between I. S. Mason, of Ohio county receive no attention. KioHiif-unlttractor Because of its-- ideal rJcsi'cn, ative supplies for our armies. Might and John P. Haswcll, of Drcckcn- These new features, toRethcr Can do lu a day nt IU bourn Plow 7 la 9 nerei: elite 27 ncret construction nnd performance, with the well known Moline-thi- s not tho hours from Nino to Ono bo re- rldgc. In tho Third district Mr. Ll-- i r TELEPHONES. vriih a 7(t. tandem due: dive 38 new Molinc-UniversUniversal type ull the weight 12.1 served for attending church services kens nnd William Henry Jones, both Cumberland ilitc: harrow 76 actci with a enables one man to farm more on two wheels, one-ma- n CO acres with n control Farmers Mutual and tho romalndcr of tho day devot- of Glasgow, and Senator Huntsman, pec tooth harrowj plant 22 aciee with a lnnd and produce more food and ability to do nil farm work ed to tho righteous service of pro- of Rowling Green, arc making a three planter; plant U nerea with a four-rothan ever before possible. It is including ciiltivatinjrmnrcc the ducing thoso substances cornered fight planter) cultivate from 14 to 20 Hob MIX 12 which our armies in tho fieldwithout Thomas' seat for who shall sit in The , the world a most dependable Moline-UniversFRIDAY acres with a cultivator! Model D the would at Washington. drill 35 acres with a I O.ft. main drill; farm hand. best tractor money can buy. be helpless. If tho Lord is on our The raco is between Jones nnd Hunt-maharvest 23 acres with an nrain binder; harvest 10 acres with a corn New features include self- In tho Eleventh district Rob- Conservatively rated nt Women can now bo fullfledged men side Ho would make duo allowance binder; mow 25 acres with an starter, electric lifjhts; electrical de new Moline-Universson and Edwards are having more for our Imperative necessities. has mower; ral.c 40 acres with in Arkansas. Tho new constitution rake; rake 25 acres wh an side than a boy's fight for the nomination Rovcrnor; perfected overhead- - nmplepowcrforhcavybcltwork, of that state not only gives tho wo delivery rale; load 12 acres of hay. valve, engine that a7d can plow no much in n day There seems to bo no longer nny to tho scat so long hold by Caleb men the right to voto but makes them In addition, it can he used on the :3 free from vibration; complete with two plows no the ordinary belt for running threshers up to 24. eligible to hold olllco nnd serve on doubt about the national congress Powers. inch capacity, silo fillers, corn shelenclosure of all moving parts; three-plotractor, because of its ndopting prohibition for the period of Press Kimball, of Lexington, has juries. ters, feed minders, wood saws, differential lock which incrcatoa greater speed. Yet it is light clover hullcrs, pumps, hay presses, the war, and tho war on liquor will entered tho raco against Olllo James traction. enough for such work as cultiva- etc An exchange says: "We personally nover end. Tho evil of the liquor for tho United States senate, but the No end of odJ jobs that can be tin& .mowS. etc.. which do not Drop done with the do not want to touch anything made tralllc has sunk deeply Into the con- Democrats will hardly take Kimball's 'I m nero aro no parts, steel Tutcnrs anHn- In Germany with n ten foot pole," science of the nation, and tho days candidacy seriously. ? m"C 1 1 u usually large bearings add extra and we are curious to know what of the saloon in these United States real contests on among the Demoa ten are forever passed. But it were idle cratic candidates for congress, the inyears ot endurance. they make In Germany with you nrc in town call on u. to hope for a final and complete sup- cumbents all having easy sa'illng beloot pole. pression of the use of Intoxicants fore the primary. In the Second Ap- With our issue of July tho 5th tho M..n..1i nni ef fl.n nntln.tnl uuiltiim. !linl1ntn nni., .Itut.ln. UT...1.n OUllll. ) 1'v.inm l.. filial Ulifel C?nt. uvi Ji luu uukiunui liiiuudu Republican started on Its 31 year. The appetite of mankind may not h? who Is a candidate for a third term, I H Not yet quite out of tho draft age, but radically changed by legislative en- - opposed by Judge J. W. Henson, of, then we volunteered at tho beginning actment. It may bo expected that j Henderson. Little Interest is express-- 1 of the war, and havo been doing our substitutes stimulants will spring up ' ed in this race, but the nomination level best every since. No seer will probably go to Settle, In every nook and corner. I1KAIKS ODDLY STIU'MJ. may forsee what system may grow up our alrplano factories nt least boast Ohio County Court Razors are now being Issued to our from the ruins now being wrought, FOIt SALE that they have mado the money fly. Mont Johnson, ot al., In France., AVhen our colsoldiers (By J. H. Thomas.) but consulting human hlstory.as it is Vs. Order. ored troops como to close conflict written in tho appetites and customs One farm containing 55 acres locat-- 1 It is easy to make two blades of COAL RATIONING Motion to change boundary of preenemy they will probably with the of all ages, the assumption Is war-- , ed near Buck Horn, Kentucky, price grass grow whero one grew before if TO BE IN FORCE. cinct. throw away their guns and resort to anted that stimulating beverages will HO per acre. Contains some wal- - you plant bermuda grass. Como Mont Johnson, Arvln Tlch-enweapon. their traditional not disappear from the earth. But nut timber that will make saw logs, Washington.July S. Domestic connnd M. F. Tlchonor and movo tho let us hope that a milder method of Also one well of lasting pure water, Snake stories disappeared from tho sumers of coal will bo put on strict court that they bo transferred from The Todd County Times anno-incemay result from Cnll on or address L. D. BENNETT, newspapers along with tho liquor ad- rations under plans being put In oper- tho Beda voting precinct to West a subscription raise to $1.50 a year, soothing tired nerves the overthrow of the fiercer lire of al-- 1 Esq., Hartford, It. F. D. No. 3, or vertisements. by the fuel administraation Hartford voting precinct, which mobeginning with August 15. With the JCAPT. WM. E. BENNETT, U. S, tion to prevent a repetition next win- tion being submitted to the court nni.1 great rise in cost of producing a cohol. Army, 120 W. 17th St., Owensboro, newspaper it is left only a choice be- -, The bargain hunter's attention is ter of tho coal famine which caused tho court being advised sustained 2t4 respectfully Upon reading our contemporary's K' . tween raising prices or going out of referred to tho dealers suffering over the country during the said motion, It is now ordered by the last cold season. dissertation on our vacation, hoboing court that tho boundary of Hedn vot"ijusiiiesg. in second hand saloon fixtures. In Hoosler, we could see with an eye TAX VALUATIO.XS Householders will bo allowed only ing precinct No. 3 bo changed so ns SHOW SHARP RAISE ot coal necessary to heat o excludo the fnrms of Mont Johnson, Henry Ford was the largest sin- of hope the stately golden rod, penThe city officials should havo tho the amount their homes to a temperature ot 6S Arvln Tlchonor and M. F. Tlchonor, to tho national Demo- dant with ntittimnal beautv alone the gle contributor Frankfort, Ky., July 9. The val- - grass along tho pavements cut or re- degrees, and It Is announced , ,that which fnrms are now embraced In cratic campaign fund two years ago, truior inn., cntrf !- Tinn !uat,on of Property returned by the peal the stock law and let tho cows hose who fall to observe conservation said Beda voting precinct, nnd and has declared for tho President ler mists hanging low In the shadowy county assessor to the State Tax Com do it. tho rules and ellmlnato waste will have voting precinct of West Hartford Is for a third term, and now asks the vallie, near the soothing rhythm ' mission for the present year, exclu only themselves to blnmo If they aro ordered changed so as to Include tho Republicans of Michigan to send him of the humming birds and smell Tax Commissioner Ward is a won-derl- without fuel beforo tho cold season tho aroma of the homely Jimp- - sive ot bank deposits, amounted to farms of Mont Johnson. Arvln Tich-ento the United States senate. as compared to who Is goln to pay tho tax on ends. son as we arose at dawn from our $1,403,047,900, and M. F. Tlchonor. year. the dog the carnival people left here. Referring to the attitude of cabi- grassy roadside bed. Aye, the hand- ?911,279,258 for last Consumers who obtain coal In ex m Bank deposits for the prenent yo'ar cess of their allotments or who knownet members toward the prohibition outs too; we could taste the left over Report of tho condition of tho 0, movement the Clip Sheet of the Board chicken and the apple pies. Speed the were assessed for taxation at It ain't no uso to preach agin ingly violate rules and regulations of as compared to $11,277,196 dancin.' Lambs will play. ROCKPORT DEPOSIT of Temperance says Mr. Danlel3 lj the time when waiving the ferryman a tho fuel admlnlstraton wll be prosestrongest and Mr. Burleson the weak- cheerful good bye, we start on our or the year 1917. Exclusive of bank cuted. BANK est member of the cabinet. Most Hoosler hike. The orchards will be deposits, tho increase in the assessed I liked the Fourth of July fair all Doing business at tho town of Rock- -folks who have to deal with tho post-offi- ripe with fruit, there'll be melons on vaulatlon of property as returned by right, but the women an' children FOR SALE. port, County of Ohio, State of department will agreo the Clip the vines and roasting ears In the .the various counties is 53.9 per cent. complained about not glttln' no water Kentucky, nt tho close of Pea Huller . .$450.00 One new 30-lSheet has discovered the weakest. fields. But nay, Bro. Greep, we shall Including bank deposits, the increase to drink. business on 25th day ot in the assessed valuation of property One old 28-iPea Huller . . 100.00 neither beg nor steal, we'll eat three June, 1918. In a letter to tho press Judge Settle square meals a day and do never a over 1917 was 71.5 per cent. 32-iPea Huller . . 60.00 Daddy had two mighty good rules One old admits he Is legally disqualified to be lick ot work. We can't tell you now, Ono old 24-lPea Huller.. 50.00 RESOURCES. List of Candidates to be voted for If I don't live by 'em. One was, 'If One new a candidate for reelection to the ap- but when wo return we'll tell you how 25.00 Loans nnd Discounts Pea Hullor you air coin' to do nnything at all do at the Primary Election to be held on ....$40,182.80- pellate bench, but says it has been It was done. And we shall not He to a It now", and the other'n was, "There One 10 H. P. Tractor Engine. 200.00 Overdrafts, secured nnd un day of August, 1018. the custom of stato officials for forty single soul, but tell the plain unvar- the 3rd secured ain't no use a hlttln' unless you hit Ono 8 H. P. Portable Gas 785.91 years to disregard tho law. If a nished truth. And more than that, Engine 200.00 Stocks, Bonds and hard." other judge of tho highest court in tho state Dro. Greep, we'll refuse many an invi Ono Hay Press 50.00 Securities 9,982.57 may openly defy tho law he has lit- tation to eat and sleep. When wo re Duo from BankH The three troublesome things In tho One 4 H. P. Stationary Gas 17,003.41 tle excuse for asking tho people to turn wo'll tell you how tho trick was Engine 150.00 Cash on hand world air your neighbor' chickens, $,510.78 elect him to an office to enforce It on turned. It is all In knowing how. 85.00 Banking Houso, Farmers' Pump Englno the bill collectors and fussy wives. Furnlturo others, D. L. D. SANDEFUB. Agent, and Fixtures 4,500.00- Beaver Dam, Ky. .A' OFFICKHS CHEATED Other Assets not included It is a curious paradox that there 2t3 "Politics is adjourned everywhere SEX. JOXES CHARGES under nny of above is lots of marryln' and no courtln' except in some Republican newspaDo you get up at night? Sanol is DEMOCRATIC PARTY. done at the court house. heads 240.7C pers" Hartford Herald, surely tho best for all kidney or bladWashington, July 6. The twelve der troubles. Sanol gives relief in Yes, Democrats of every section billion dollar army appropriation bill UNITED STATES SENATOR. I am still savage enough to admire 24 hours form all backacho and bladTotal $81,206.23 and every clime, with hundreds of was completed y by Congress der troubles. Sanol Is a guaranteed WILLIAM PRESTON KIMBALL. a prltty pair of ear bobs. LIABILITIES. thousands of partisan followers In remedy. 50c and $1.00 a bottlo at Capital Stock paid In, I now goes to the President. Tho OLLIE M. JAMES. In 4C-Federal olllces within the land, and tho drug store. conference report on tho measure was cash "What God has joined together $15,000.0Oare not only perfectly willing, but approved by both the House and SenJUDGE OF THE COURT OF let no man put asunder" is mighty TO THE TAXPAYERS OF OHIO CO. Surplus Fund . . 5,000.00- extremely anxious to have Republican APPEALS. ate after only brief consideration. Undivided Profits, less ex sound doctorin', but thoro is a lot polltlcs'adjourn both now and penses and taxes paid. , Dissatisfaction was voiced in tho W. E. SETTLE. ot Jolnin' together that tho Lord 895.83 Section 5 Chapter 11 of Act Worlds without end. Senate over the elimination at tho InJ. W. HENSON. didn't have much to do with. Contains tho following provls'ons! Deposits subject $49,332.96 Coming from men so close to tho sistence ot tho Houso conferees of tho "It shall bo tho duty of tho tax to check Musker Heavrln Is pretty cortaln payers of the county to appear ut Tlmo Doposlts.. $10,735.23 throne, as Secretary of tho Treasury amendment by Senator Jones, of that tho third of August this year tho oflico of tho Tax Commissioner Cashier's checks McAdoo and Marshall Washington, providing for tho salo by won't be tho day of Pentacost. 242.21 60.310.40-this talk of a third term for the tho government of uniform and equip. between the dates July tho 1st and outstanding ..$ President excites tho serious atten- ment to army officers at cost. Sena October 31st and furnish said Tax Tho Rough river mlssketer fleet Commissioner a complete list ot their Total $81,206.23. tion of tho country. In tho midst ot tor Jones charged that private dealers must bo bottlod up somewhere. Tin-slo- y property of all kinds and description" a world war tho country should not aro guilty of "outrages" profiteersays it has not attacked oven a bo disturbed by a threat to break a ing, and estimates that tho 240,000 Now in compliance with said Act. Stato of Kontucky,) fishing smack this season. )Sct. century old precedent. Tho President officers in tho army are being mulcted I, or one or moro ot my deputies REPUBLICAN PARTY. could scttlo this anxiety with a word, ot $48,000,000 annunlly. will bo In my oflico at tho court County of Ohio, ) Citing a specific case, tho WashingBattle Nail's health has improved, houso to servo you. In order to avoid Wo, A. D. Pnrk, and J. I. Hoslck,. but ho does not say the word. ton senator said ho hed been informbut It is still a leotlo below tho work delay and rush pleaso report at tho President and Cashier of tho above UNITED STATES SENATOR. or fight line. II. J. BETHURUM. Don't let it escapo your attention ed that a contract to furnish watches named Bank, do solemnly swoar earliest possible date. HEN L. BLUNER. that on and after August 10 tho Hart-lor- d costing $10 to officers had been mado that tho abovo statement is true to Respectfully, Tinsley helped a hole lot on tho Republican will be 1.50 a year. at ono camp at n rate of $21 for each tho best of our knowledgo and beD. E. Ward. paper this wook. Tho carnival loft Those desiring to do so may pay one watch. Senator Penrose, of PennsylFOR CONGRESS. lief. Tax Commissioner. Monday. year In advance ot that dato nt tho vania, said tho circumstances sugJOHN P. HASWELL, JR. A. I). PARK, President. mm old prlco of ono dollar provided such gested bribery, and Senator Chambor-lalISAAC S. MASON. J. I. IIOSICK, Cashier. When vou have Backacho tho liver Uncle Alex Curtis ain't much of a or kidnoys nro suro to bo out of gear. payment Is mado beforo midnight chairman of tho Senate Military Subscribed and sworn to boforo politician, but ho may be a candidate Try Sanol, It docs wondors for tho mo this 5th day of July, Committee, promised an Investigation 'of August 9. On account of tho JUDGE OF THE COURT OF 1918. for matrimony some time. increase in tho cost of pub- and added that tho refusal of tho APPEALS. My Commission Expires April 22nd, liver, kidneys and blaiTdor. A trial lishing a newspaper moro than six Houso to accept tho Jones amendment F. J. PENTECOST. 50c bottlo will convince you. (let it "22. L. T. HEID, k The fellers who havo been managln at the drug store MUSKER L. HEAVR1N. hundred daily aud eighteen hundred was "outrageous." 4C-Notary Public. nEtractorW 'irj 10-f20-f- t. nl two-ro- w two-ro- al n. t. 8, t. 12-f- t. ' t. four-cyIir.d- er I w L MOIINE UNIVERSAL TRACTOR nu,r" 'ZS&f s.nn-.nf.- f ' E. P. BARNES S BRO. BEAVER DAM, KY. i or s to-d- ! J n' or $179,-147,25- n. n. n. n. X f ' to-da- - forev-crmor- o, Vice-Preside- nt n, I iwii. i mi mMmuMmiytttfmmmmtm mum n, .n- .yw. .. H'mn' nHlmslsslsssssssssHssHsslHHsMMHsViMbUl. pf..Mkjt,,A -S a. OJUJSj July Specials! Our stock is now very complete both in piece goods and ready to wear i Sco us for your Rubbor Roofing. Tho Ohio County Drug Co,, has n lino of box paper never .before equal- Wo can savo you money. ACTON ed in Hartford. 2t3 BROS. 2t2 i 404 New . Judgo nnd Mrs. W. H. Barnes and If bacon woro Just now ns plentiful Miss Myrtle Lashbrook spent Wednes nfl benns nobody would need to go day in Calhoun. hungry. Now goods, comprising Poultry House SUMMER FROCKS made McCall ready for your Inspection at Ohio County Drug Co,, box papor TARZAN OV THE APES tho Theater, July ICtli. nt the Star garments for mid-summ- er. ttfjii 1 PaHerns Hi re charming, Summery Our buyers have just returned from the market, where they picked up some price. SrW j ,1 1 anJ delight- - desirable ' . JT JjH p,,',, fully cool ' rrtst merchandise at a low McCall Patterns itmih For JULY Now On Sale 2t3 Night, 8:30, cents. Dr, and Mrs. O. B. Henvrln, of Rov. Warren, of Bowling Green. Owcnsboro, havo gone to Atlantic will begin a protracted meeting at City for sovoral weeks. Pleasant Valley tho first Sunday In TARZAN of the APES Tho Giant August. Junglo Hfo Btartlex, Thrills Amuses. Master Bratcher Bllbro, of Nocreek, Star Theater, July 10. was tho guest of his grand-parentMiss Orrcl Flohlcn, of Louisville, Sheriff and Mrs. S. A. Bratcher tho enmo down Tuesday to spend a week first of tho week. with friends in Hartford. Llttlo Miss Tryphena, daughter of Tho county court clerk will havo Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Howard, Is visit tho tnx books ready for tho shorlff ing tho fnmlly of Mr. Garflold Bar- about tho first of August. nnrd, nt Dundee s, Matinee 2:30; Admission 22 nnd 33 We have opened a Produce House in Hartford, Ky., next door t oiler's grocery, and we are going to pay the highest cash prices eveiy day in the week. fc . Hens . ' . . . Springers Roosters . . 23 cts. 29 cts. 13 cts. Eggs, per doz. . 28 cts. Packing Butter, lb. 25 cts. Piece Goods Department. 20c 25c 40c 60c 85c 60c 60c . Fancy Voiles Fancy Organdies Flaxons (white only) White Organdy Silks (shirting patterns Fancy Gaberdine Skirting White Skirting 15c 20p 35c 50c 75c 50c 50c ReadytoWear Department. Sheer Voil Waists Organdy Waists Fancy White Waists Plain White0 Voil Waists Crepe de Chine Waists Georgette Waists, all colors White Skirts Wool Skirts Poplin Skirts Mid-Summ- er 36c, 46c to $1.00 .$1.25 $2.00 $2.00 $3.50 $5.00 $1.25 to $3.50 $4.00 to $8.00 $3.50 to $6.50 $10.00 to $25.00 Coats McCall Patterns carried in stock. Buy War Savings Stamps and trade with Mrs. Fred Taylor and son, of Mr. Hnrvcy Ford, of Fordsvillo, visited his uncle, Dr. E. W. Ford, Princeton, aro visiting Mrs. Taylor's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Chap hero tho first of tho week. man, at Beaver Dam. Mr. and Mrs. John Bell spent SunMrs. Carrlo Williams nnd Miss day with tho family of Mr. Everett Dora E. Gibson, of Louisiana, will TIchenor, at Pleasant Grovo. arrlvo tho last of tho week to visit Alney Tlchonor. Miss Mattie TIchenor, of Nashville, Mrs. Is visiting her brothor, Jailer TIchen Mrs. Thomas Potrlo and daughters, or and sinter, Airs. John Bell. Misses Ruth and Leila, of IndianapoMr. Lnthcr Miller, of Beaver Dam lis, Indiana, are visiting Mrs. Pctrie's Routo 2, had his arm broken by the father, VJmlgo J. E. Foglo. kick of a colt, a few days ago. Miss Catherine Hampton, of tho By a recent order of tho county Widows nnd Orphans Homo of the court tho voting place In Smallhous Christian church, at Louisville, is visiting Mrs. J. II. Williams. precinct was changed to Equality. Mr. R. L. Paris, of Texas, camo In Is what tho Ohio County Drug Co., Monday for a brief stay with relatives is constantly striving to keep up. 2t3 In tho county. Mr. Paris was formerly marshal of Hartford. Revs. J. W. Cantrlll and Harper Miss Willyo Smith, who Is employpastor of the church, are holding a ed In one of tho government departprotracted meeting at Washington. ments at Washington, will leave soon Mrs. V. A. Matthews and little son, for France. of Fordsvllle, aro spending tho week Mr. Ells Foster, with Carson & Co., with relatives In Breckenrldgo county. is spending his vacation with his Mr. Harry Monroe, of Louisville, mother, Mrs. J. P. Foster, 'at Nocreek. was In town tho first of tho week. Mr. Foster's wlfo and baby are with Mr. Monroe is in the Insurance busi- him. ness. tFudge W. E. Settle, candidate for For Oil Stoves, Cook Stoves, judgo of the Appellate court, was in Ranges, or anything in the stove lino town Sunday, and addressed the patat a money saving price, see ACTON riotic meeting at the Methodist 2t2 church. BROS. A complete lino In all Kentucky Creameries, Owned and operated by Armour & Co., Incorpor United States Food Administration License $ No. L. T. RILEY, Manager. I ated. ? POULTRY WANTED! I departments Hens, 22c; Roosters, 12c; Ducks, 12c; Turkeys, 15c; Geese, 7c; Springers, 8c. Subject to Change of Market. Watch These Columns Our prices will appear each week. We buy poultry every day. J&)Z& iThe DAVIDSON - SEAY - ADAMS CO. Mr. W. II. Cook has sold his home Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Alford and son, of Whlto Run, wero visitors of Mr. J. llener Dam to Mr. Hob Taylor. E. Davidson and family first of this, lUI'V ia I'RIIUY Get RYE and whole WHEAT week. FLOUR from W. E. WLLIS & BRO. Mr. L. M. Render arid wife, of M., H. & E. R. It. TIME TABLK. A twelve year old boy, son of Mr. Louisville, arrived in Hartford yesloath Bound, No. 115 Alva Loyd, of Trlsler, died Monday. terday to spend a few days with rel-- .9:05 a. m. Due at Hartford atives. Worth Bound, No. 114 MAXWELL CARS and Parts can 8.4 S p. m. Due at Hartford Mr. Oscar Bennett has gone to bo had at OHIO COUNTY MOTOR (Both "Mixed" Tralni.) C2t2. Stlthton, Ky., to accept a position ns CO'S. a civil engineer with government conMrs. It. W. Slack came up with tho tractors. Judgo and spent court week In HartMr. and Mrs. J. P. Carden, of !: ford. Personal News Fordsvllle, were tho guests of their Carden a few days spend- son, Mr. Mr. and Social Eueots, ! ing and Mrs. L. C. Acton are Evans-vllle- . this week.Charlie tho week with relatives In Hartford Republican Mr. Al Anderson and wife and W. E. ELLIS & BRO, Managers. License No. In daughter, Mrs. Theodore Heady, and husband, of Owensboro, were guests of tho family of Mr. Karl Anderson Sunday. Mr. W. G. Bennett and Miss Esther and grand TARZAN OP THE APES, the Mrs. James L. Brashear, ot Louisdaughter, ville, arrived In Hartford Monday to strange picture of Jungle life and rodaughter, spend two weeks wth her parents, mance is beyond frontiers of the imGladys, are spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Thomas. Mr. agination. "Its magnitude cannot his son, Mr. L. T. Bennett, at Shinkle Brashear will come down Saturday. bo realized until seen" says the N. Y. Tribune. Ves Howard, of near Horton, was An all day service will be held at arrested yesterday on a charge of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Alford, Mr. tho Church at Horse Branch Sunday. taking and carrying away a part of and Mrs. Lee Alford and little son, Revs. Ward Taylor, Albert Maddox a balo of fencclng wire belonging to of Edgerley, La., arg guests of Mr. and J. W. Beagle will deliver ad- F. T. Patton. Ves pleads not guilty. and Mrs. J. E. Davidson and family. dresses. The Louisiana visitors will be in' the Messes Ilene and Hope Ward, of county some time, with relatives and Ray Faught, Archie Davis David Owensboro, have been guests of their friends. Wilson and Randall R. Brown, of cousin, J. Casky Bennett for the past Beavor Dam, have entered the Naval two weeks, have gone to the country A competitive examination will be Training School at Great Lakes, near to visit their father, Mr. Warren held in the county superintendent's Chicago. Ward. office Saturday July 27 for four' scholarships in the State University. Mrs. Laura Stevens and daughter, Prof. Roy Foreman, of Goshen, has Students desiring to enter the UniMrs. 'J. W. Jones, of Murray, who has been elected Principal of the Center-tow- n versity this fall should appear for, exGraded School. Miss Irene amination. been visiting her, are in Louisville, the guests of Mrs. Stevens' son, Rev. Rhoades, of Beaver Dam, and Miss Mathews, ot. Centertown, will be his E. C. Stevens. Mr. James Nance who has been a assistants. linotype operator oh the Owensboro Messenger, spent a few days here this Misses Mattye and Gladys Maddox Mrs. C.'B. Knlskern, of Brookline, week. Mr. Nance will go from hero who have been visiting Misses Bessie Mason and Pearl Tlohenor, at Center-tow- n, Mass., who has been visiting her par- to Henderson where he has accepted have returned to their homes ents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Felix, has a position on the mechanical force ot gone to Bardstown to visit her hus- the Henderson Gleaner. at Owensboro. band's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Frank Hocker, of McHenry, was Mr. Horace Smith and family and Kniskern. fined $5.00 and cost Ou a breach ot Mrs. Node Travis and children, of the Washington neighborhood, have gono The Ohio County Bible School, of ttva peace charge, in Judge Cook's The disturbance on a visit to relatives in Edmonson tho Christian church, will bold its court,, Friday. annual convention at Fordsvillo Sun- must have been a moderato one to and Barren counties. day. Dinner will be served on the get so small a fine in these times ot Mrs. A. K. Miller and daughter, ground, and a pleasant and profitable high prices. Miss Myrtle, of Tulsa, Okla., are at day Is anticipated. Mr. E. E. Jones, who has been with Beaver Dam to spend tho summer Mrs. Fred Zimmerman (formerly an oil company at Beattyvllle, In Leo with Mrs. Miller's parents, Mr. and Miss Ola Hoover) and two children, county for some time, is visiting relMrs. W. R. Chapman. jof Attus, Okla., who are spending a atives near Sulphur Spring;. Mr. Mr. Rothel Duke and wife and lit- I month with relatives near Frleda-lan- d Jones will be engaged with Mr. Har and other points In tho cqunty, old Holhrook ou tho Wallace well, tle daughter, Mildred, of Henderson, are visiting his brother, Mr. Ramey were guests ot Jess Hoover and family near Dundee. Duke, and sister, Mrs. W. A. Brown, during the week, A wlerd thrilling adventure 'story, near town, this week. Mr, nnd Mrs. J. F. Allen, of Fords- embracing all tho eloments ot screen Gilbert Wright nnd J. W. Sutton, of vllle, Mrs. Oscar Allen, ot Bards- romance, Is what you will see In near Horton, had a scrap a few days town, Mrs. Hallio McDanlel and Mrs. TARZAN of tho APES. Star The ago, and each camo to town and Francis Raley, of Beaver Dam, motor- ater, Tuesday July 16. Two perswore out a warrant charging the ed to Logansport, Sunday and spent formances, 2:30 and 8:30 Children under 12, 22c Adults 33c. the day with friends, other with assaulting him. 1 Chappel. Deeds and mortgages for salo at this office. Mrs. M. L. Heavrln visited her Mrs. Foster Bennett Is visiting her sister, Mrs. C. M. Heavrln and, Mrs. parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Foreman, L. C. Leach, in Owensboro tho first of the week. at Narrows. Mr. Charlie Howard has accepted Our old friend Dave Heron, of Louisville, called on us while In town employment with Bond Brothers and will have supervision of their teams Tuesday. at Livermore. Mrs. Lesllo Plrtle, of Madisonvllle, Mrs. Lon Allen and children, of Is visiting relatives Jn the Nocreek Narrows, wero guests of Mrs. Allen's neighborhood. parents, Rev, and Mrs. W. H. ForeMr. Roy Foreman and wife, of man, last week. Goshon, visited friends In MadisonMessrs. John Glenn and W. S. Tins-le- y vlllo last week. and Dr. J. R. Pirtle did a "bit of Mr. F. L. Lautorwassor and son, fishing down Rough river the latter part of last week. John, are visiting relatives at Can-nelto- n, You can get your Ilalo Ties TON BItOS. at AC- 2t2 ' Mr. Bill Kcono, of Trlsler, was In town Tuesday. Buy that good Refrigerator from 2t2 ACTON BROS. i ' Mr. Will Fair did not know any nows this week. Don't forgot tho big patriotic meeting hero August 8th. I Attorney M. L. Heavrln and Sheriff Mr. Robort Duff and family, of Sim- S. A. Bratcher returned Wednesday mons, spent Sunday with Rev. L. T. from a business trip to Camp Hattles-burMississippi. Colo, at Fordsvillo. Whlppoorwlll Poas $2.75 per bu. at W. B. ELLIS & BRO. COtf Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Riley returnMrs. Shelby Taylor and daughter, Tom Likens and family are of Baton Rouge, La., aro visiting rel- ed Tuesday to their homo at Union Mr. City, Tenn., after spending a few days atives in tho county. visiting relatives In Illinois. with relatives hero. Mrs. W. G. Hayden, of Daviess Mrs. Lelian Flnley, Madisonvlllo, county, was tho guest of Mrs. J. C Mrs. Jesse Bean and lltlo son, is visiting Miss Ruth TIchenor. Leonard Thomas, wero visitors with Riley this week. Dr. Leonard Bean and the family Our subscriber longest In arrears of of Mr. Henry Carson. Hamilton, Miss .Jennlo D. has paid up; who will bo next? i Oreenvlllo, is a guest of her sister, Misses Gussie TIchenor, of Arkan begin Mrs. F. L. Felix. A protracted meeting will sas, and Cathleno TIchenor, of Center- at Cedar Grovo church Sunday. Tho carnival passed off rather town, wero tho week end guests of TARZAN OF THE APES "Has 219 quietly. Tho crowd staged only two Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Bratcher. fights while hero. Thrills" Says the New York The Fiscal court will meet in an Tho Mrs. Dorcas Gray, of Central Grovo, adjourned session here Bright, of Vnnzant, has gone to Illinois to spend a few meeting will he devoted chiefly to Master Glonn the matter of fall road work. spoilt last week with his aunt, Miss weeks with relatives. Etta Holder. Lieut. Richard II. Slack, son of Holiort Doolan, a young colored Brown, of Contertown, s man, of Simmons, is in jail, on a Judge R. W. Slack, of Owensboro, Mrs. S. T. soiling liquor in prohibition has been appointed assistant to tho ylsltlug her daughter, Mrs. Isaac Fos- charge of adjutant major, at Camp Taylor. territory. Hotel. ter, at tho Commercial If you have something to sell It in tho Republican. to-da- y. Indiana. g, t Joe Williams, for many years Illinois Central depot agent at Deavor Dam, who was recently transferred to Greenville, has been reassigned to his old post ut Beaver Dam, and everybpdy who has to deal with tho I. C. ofllce at that point welcomes the old boy back. In a letter to her cousin, Miss Mary Austin Carson, Miss Vorna Duke, who Is employed in government work in Canada, says she is enjoying life in the Dominion, but longs to seo tho old Ohio county land marks again. Miss Duke will visit the county about thanksgiving. I Parents and relatives will confer a favor on this paper by furnishing us news of any actions ot interest of their soldier boys. Sond us lottery when of n charactor of public interest, and givo us any information about them the public might care to know. sol-dlo- r's fl,mt. f innr t rg irV? " W'U.h OltADK it COAIj. ii Knslgn Stephen Potter, United appeared. The United Slntcs Fuel AdministraOf tho seven Germans In action, States Nnvnl Itescrvo Force, killed In Is taking nctlvo measures to tion t. with German planes April 25!fo,,r wcro nttnctlng Potter, who fell action the grndo o( conl sent to mar-kclast, was tho first American naval bohlnd his companion nnd began to When specciInR up In every deA Treatment aviator to shoot down nnd destroy a sdggag. Potter dodged but was partment of manufacturing Is mndo seaplane, according to a broadsldo to nil tho enemy machines for WEAK Gorman necessary by war domands uuslnoaa and undor tholr llro only 50 feet from Navy Department statement. can not afford to ho handicapped by LUNGS 01 Tho report stntes that on March 19, tho wnter. Ills companion, 250 feet low Rrado fuel. Thousands of tons CONSUMPTION 191S, n rcconnnlsanci' nbovo, saw Potter's machine burst of slate, copperas and dirt cumbor tho OfEL oFamericah IDEALS of tho Gorman coast was mndo by nto flnnic, como down part of tho way 1 1 railroads, and already largo American flying boats operat- under control, then crash on tho port tho Fuel Administrator Insists this A Quick kIIcI for thai lltcd. run down feeling, In a city where good hoteli ing, from a British Hoyal Air Force wing tip. Potter was seen last on tho cumbering weight must bo left with couehs, pains In chest, nlehl sweats, hernor abound, the Powhatan heads the hum. weaU lunca or consumption. II doesstation. Ensign Totter was ono of surfneo of tho wator amid flames, - Int. tho wnsto at tho mines. Agents nro tc not help you II coals yo nothlni. It It first In the httru of lu two American naval aviators accom- which turned suddenly to n lingo being sent directly to tho mines to Incountrymen. OHIO MEDICAL GO, panying this expedition, and Potter cloud of smoke. When tho pall hnd vestigate such condltlons.to seo to tho was successful In shooting down a cleared not oven tho wreckago was correction of tho troublo complained Germnu seaplane which attacked the vlslblo and tho clrcullng eucmy disof. Where mines aro found deliberrcconnaisanco formation. A second appeared. ately shipping low grade coal definite a enemy scnplano found safety In run nctlon will bo taken to stop It. (iltOVint CLKVKLAND'S SON ning away. Load It Clenn. JOINS MAItlNi: COUPS Ei E, EAR, THROAT, NOSE Potter's death reflected credit on (By Itufus T. Strohm.) And Fitting of Glauses his courage. Ho was killed In n fight n whale of n Job that you're It's Hlchard Folsom Cleveland, son of The Towhalan 's tctTneJ, with soven enemy slnglo-seatorHo facln' OWIiNSBORO. KY. and rcitful. Its excel' &nrtt was second pilot to a British Air former President Grovcr Clevoland, lent location on Pcnnsjlvama You follows with shovels an' drills has enlisted in tho Marino Corps. Avenue. 18th and II Street!, Force captain, who was with him For tho railroad an' fact'rlcs is rac- - U. S. CASUALTIES males it a ilesiratile henjquar-tet- s AGGKKGATi: 11,08(1 when ho shot down the German plane Young Clovclnnd is not yet 21 yonrs (or bridal couples, tourut In, parties, ronventions, Schools and In March. Two British planes had old, and, at tho request of his mother, colleges. , An' so Is tho shops an tho my Is; Washington, July 7. Casualties flown to a point 6 miles from Hinder finished his junior year In Princeton The Powhatan attracts the An' there musn't bo haltln' or slowin topic of culture and education. University before enlisting. in the army and Marine Corps in the Light, when two enemy planes head? Is proximity to Slate, War and Of englno or belt or machine, o inNavy Departments, also to many ed toward them. Tho British planes make n show-i- n' American expeditionary forces tromitly ntulnnl S So dig Into tho work ""I points ol historical interest, iUHiui.U-r, vruo lf. NaoLulo PATENTS LOANS TO OUK AM. IKS. creased by 703 during tho week, com- closed on tho nearest German and makes this hotel especially at. tlwrwiBkJy, at our I THAT tractive.to a discriminating pub previous week, eiirn.e. ana help you re surer m. ' With recent loans of nearly $16,- lie But In loadin' tho coal, keep it clean! pared with 497 tho with tho inclu- epened fire. Two more hostllo planes Keml rrtitlel. photo or Utlrh for THEE report and nggregato 11.0SG then nppcarcd overhead and attacked 000,000 toGreeco and $11,000,000 The Powhatan offera room on iintuimy. W ynn' prartlc. SUB- with detached bath at 31.30, army list giving 117 vigorously, while threo other enemy to Belgium, tho aggregate loans made PASSING RirCPCNCES. Tor tn UulJs sion of your output is dirty an' bony, 92.00 and up. Rooms with priIf ikh on rronuMn Corps list giv- planes passed astern. Tho two Brit- by the United States to our allies now vate bath, JJ.S0, JJ.03 and up. B03.B0B Sovonth Strstst, An' your'ro blind to the slato an' the names and tho Marino Write for boolttet with map, ej. c. ing 53 names. Total deaths, includ ish pianos dived and speeded west- - amount to practically $6,000,000,000. rock, CLirrORD It. LEWIS. country is ing 291 men lost at sea, men killed In Why, your love for your tanacer nctlon, dead of wounds, disease, acciphony, dent and other causes unmber 4,414 Or your patriotism's In hock; 3' Lnnn TJii' i. army men, 3,917; Marines, 4Ui. you've got to bo whit, or you're For Tho wounded nggregato C.1C9 army , yellow, men, 5, 200; marine, 9C9. Those missSince there ain't any twixt-an-bROCK PORT. CIRCUIT COUHT. ing in nctlon, Including prisoners, twecn, Ch'm'n. Board James Wilson. army men 452; marines, Judge It. W. Slack, Owensboro. THE total 503 So come on be a regular fellow Clerk Rushing Hunt. SEWINQ 51. C. E. Smith, Coin'th. Attorney When you're- loadin' the coal, load It Pollco Judge; John T. Jackson. MACHiNK Of the week's Increase 43S were clean! Used Years Will Langford. Marshal OF n army men and 265 marines. Killed QUALITY., numbered Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. of your in action and other deaths BEAVER DAM. If a' transport chock-fu- ll Otto C. Mar285, those wounded totaled 303 and Master Commissioner yonkcrs. Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKennoy. tin, Hartford. Takln your boy an' my boy to Franco, the missing nnd prisoners 115. Clerk R. W. King. NOT The army casualties summary as Trustee Jury Fund Cal P. Keown, Has a load of bum coal in her Pollco Judge J. W. Cooper. SOLD y follows: officially announced Hartford. U N,D E R .Marshal R. F. Stevens. Killed in action (including 291 lost She's got less than a ghost of a ANY Monday in March 12 days FORDSVILLE. of wounds, 532; 1st at sea), 1,574; died chance. OTHER Com'th. and Civil. acciCh'm'n. Board W. R. Jones. NAME. For she's bound to destruction an' died of disease, 1,322; died of Clerk Olla Cobb. Civil. dent and other causes, 4S9; wounded 1st Monday in May 12 day ruin Pollco Judge C. P. Kesslnger. in action, 5,200; missing in nctlon 1st Monday In July 12 days The Woman's Tonic WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. If a submarine bobs on tho scene, Marshal Grant Pollard. Total, So, for God's sake, take care what (including prisoners), 452. Com'th. and Civil. If you purchase tlicNKW HOMi: you will 9,569. have n, life nssct nt the price you pay, nud will you're doln'! 3d Monday in September 12 days not have nn endless chnln of repairs. Sold Everywhere Tho Marine Corps casualty sum you're loadin' the coal, load It When Civil. OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR. mary follows J clean! "" " i n County Board of Education. Quality 969; in 4th Monday in November 12 days Death, 49' wounded, '.. Com'th. and Civil. missing, 49: enemy hands of """" Are You One of Them? Considered E. S. Howard, S. S. O. C. Dlv. No. 1 J. M. Hoover, HartCOUNTY COUHT. There are a great many people who Total, 1, 517. it is the Officers included in the Marine ford, Ky. would bo very much benefited by tak21; Meets first Monday in each month. Cheapest Dlv. No. W. Duff, Fordsville, ing Chamberlain's Tablets for a week Corps summary were: Deaths, army Judge Mack Cook. Ky. Are you one wounded, 28; missing 2. The in the end or disordered stomach. number Dlv. No. 3 H. L. Carter, Narrows, of them? Mrs. M. It. Scarl, Baldwlns-vlll- e, summary does not note the County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. to buy. Ky. N. Y., relates her experience in of officers included. Clerk W. C. Blankenshlp. If you want n Hewing machine, wrlto for Dlv. No 4 Robert Goff, Roslne, the use of these tablets: "I had a Sheriff S. A. Bratcher. Uncle Sam's training camp theour latent cutaloguo before you purchase Ky. . bad spell with my stomach about six Superintendent E. S. Howard. business aters will do a $3,500,000 The New Home Sewm Machine Co,, Orange, Mass." Dlv. No. 5 Otis H. Stevens, months ago, and was troubled for two In Jailer Worth Tlchenor. t A. faf i HGFLSaaLLJtTAflkflaA. jM tho first year of operation under Laten3attvBKiBVH3sLHL gas and severe Dam, Ky. or three weeks with D. E. Ward. Tav Commissioner camp 1 W p9(1KB)l'Ha&lkv'rsaOSV UyVaL the Commission on Training a& Dlv. No. 6 Nat LIndley, Center-towpains in the pit of my stomach. Our Activities if tho people back home Surveyor C. S. Moxley. Ky. to take Chamdruggist advised me Coroner Dr. A. B. Riley. will provide tho soldiers with their Time of Meeting 1st Monday In berlain's Tablets. I took a bottlo tickets by sending them Smllage FISCAL COURT. February; 1st Monday in April; 1st home and the first doso relieved me Book's, says the Smlleage Division of wonderfully, and I kept on taking Meets Tuesday after first Monday Monday in Juno; 1st Monday in Aufc? wi wV tho commission. Smlleage coupons In tabgust; 1st Monday in October; 1st January, April and October. them until I was cured." These to the amount of $355,000 have been 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, Monday in December. lets do not only relieve pain but after redeemed to date. County Board of Examiners Route 3. the pain has boon relieved may pro-veE. S. - . ni its recurrance. Nearly 2,000,000 girls and boys 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Beav- Howard, Mrs. I. S. Mason, Mrs. O. W. Duff. er Dam. 300 ARTICLES -- 300 ILLUSTRATIONSr have volunteered for the United Q. B. Brown, Simmons. Jan. 25 and 26 Common School KEEP Informed of the World's Proirress In "ATABOYS," LONDON States Garden Army in tho Depart- 3rd District imtrinre nntr. Mrcnirim nnrt itifntinn kv.h Center-tow- n. Diploma Examination. ratneranaann and AH the Pamflv. It annual NOW CALLS YANKS ment of the Interior. Their service 1th District G. W. Rowe, ft ann xouniT" Men ana women. iwaiiciasscs-TUiMay 10 and 11 Common School flag bears a cross rake and hoe with 'f if it wi timnte Ainsuin in (houafindtas ukidm lnrouguoui iu won a. Oar frorrtm 5th District WSC. Daugherty.Batze-tow- n. Diploma Examination. t lor r pond nu ar conttantlr vn th watch London, July 6. Just when Lon- the letters U. S. S. G. in blue on a lor Uuoict new tad intaroatlBg and it it May 17 and 18 County Teachers' doners had becomo accustomed to field of white with a red border. The Written So You Can Understand Itf Oth District W. S. Dean, Dundee. Examination (white). American soldiers enlistment entails a pledge on the jibe SiMp Halt DapaWtmMt (CO lasM contain calling tho GUARANTEED SERVICE i rc i lea i inniaini rtuop nor Qaf wajsj ior u.t May 24 and 25 County Teachers' atwarn u uu imnaTi arxraou u Jioina. "Yanks," they've learned a new ap- part of the child to uso efforts to in- 7th District B. F. Rico, Fordsvllle One hundred per cent Amauvr Maxhaolca (17 &m fc rba Dati and 8th District B. C. Rhoades, Hart Examination (colored). Irav! pellation for them which they declare crease food production by cultivating ijiriauoiiaeioinaKniDlticiUiDi TaUue. Bpeclal work for W. nn iPiMirrar.n intinisL KnvinM iimtia Nnnu ford, Route 5. Juno 22 and 23 County and State boet JcwMry. llwi Furnlturv, eta (VntalDi liv ono or more crops under a garden Js even more appropriate. O. W. irurtlon for tba MxhvaIc,Camrr Teachers' Examination (white). supervisor or teacher chosen for this SINOLK COPIES, lie 11.10 PKR YCAII It's "Attaboys!" HARTFORD. W. F. 8TEVEN8, OrtJaf trm vaar aawatBalar " at mrmmt trmtm Mm Juno 28 and 29 County and State baseball fans will recog- work to make such reports as may bo American awnpaa) Cpy WW M ! Ml riHt4l. II Ky. K. 9. D. 7. Hartford, Mayor J. E. Bean. Teachers' Examination (colored). POPULAR MECHANICS MAQMZINCfl required nize its source Immediately. n MKillgail AM B), 4lVtsMa(WO Representing Continental Sept. 20 and 21 County and State Clerk J. A. Howard. m "Yanks' gained Its popularity beBarbie & Granite Co. Teachers' Examination (white). Police Judge C. M. Crowe. fore tho great Aremlcan pastime was MOKE SMALL AUMS FOB Sept. '27 and 28 County and State Marshal E. P. Casebler. EXPEDITIONARY FOItCES played so generally in England and in France. German timidity before American When the English heard tho Yankees cry "Attaboy!" as some player pistol fighters armed with American and CURE LUNCS has they imme- 45 caliber automatic pistols hit out a three-bagge- r, brought about a chango in tho equipdiately started an inquiry Into tho WITH meaning of tho term. Ono English ment of the American Expeditionary Forces by tho War Department, and paper described It thus: "The term expresses tho satisfac- tho Ordnance Department is rushtion of tho spectator with some meri- ing production of these weapons. phick torious performance of a playor; lit- About 3,000 are turned out daily and Ffin A. . l ftA ...TY"..?.,' rsi erally it means, "That's tho stuff, my production is increasing. Tho imuiai ucius rreef. wkwa ANn All TUnnATANniiiNnrnnnnicc b pression exists that ono shot from an boy! " a man out of acAll tho London papers took It up, American 45 takes GUAJtANTEED SATISFAOXOBYf OB MONEY REFUNDED. with tho result that in London, at tion completely. Mon hit from tho AND THE MEMPHIS WEEKLY srosvir.mminuuaKJCllllUBXr least, tho Americans aro now almost smaller German pistol frequently con tinue in nctlon effectively. Tho 45 unanimously called "Attaboys." to rocceed Commercial-Appe- al caliber was adopted by tho United . IFlayon want must know lift vou what Is Dew in business and lodn. States Army in 1911. KIV13 SINK tir. la iDTentlan and acienra. BOTH ONE YEAR FOR Oct out of the ruti est on tba ttiam H tf' An Atlantic Port, July 4. Destruction In European wuters of llvo GerFOR FLETCHER'S ,oJ,l.l ROCURED AND DEFENDED. trraiiiuriuiuij.iurt.Tm'iM'ariiikiiainw man submarines by British transi'rr lulTlct,, hur to obuila tuuu, tnulu uiia, I coprruku, ports, and by American and British coUNTmra. in At moat tntorertln and oaaful saarasfM, sasl ll'dilhgicH lati timt, Hiulmu Mrtelvilkall destroyers convoying them, wuw deU Blftt aonoy'f worth. Irary toaatk The Department of Lnbor reports Silent and Infringement fractlcs Exclutlvc'.y. scribed by pacsengors who ui rived adjustment of 39 Industrial disputes 300 Picture 300 ArtlcUt) 'nla or roina tu us at on mi English liner. an far inlrUcrata. All tho now Uom and horo y The during a recent week. This Is a Qjatb Stmt, Bur Valtxl tu.-1- TtUcX OSes, I Br special arrangement), we are enabled to furnish these two T lnTantloDf la electricity aod wlraUos, la WjawnuTON. D. C. transports, ono of which was carrying record. Eleven strikes nnd two ahopwort and and acroplaiwa, papers at tills low rate for a limited time. tuUtaobllo and la machinery. la 7,000 American soldiers to Europe, threatened strikes were adjusted. Inis a large and one of the very best paThe Commercial-Appea- l KowtoanaliotlxlonatVoiaM. MMMororr ticountcd for threo of tho and cluded In tho strikes settled wus that sooth, Including- - refrlceratora, poultrr aouaoa, pers published In the South. Cash must In all cases accompany furniture, automobile shop ropaln, ata. tho destroyers sank tho other two, ac- of machinist at tho Curtiss Aoroplano each order. This rate Is applicable to renewuls and new subscribe Idea. It It fall of cording to the voyagers. Officers of Co. plant, Buffalo, whoro 300 men bay. bstwsfettatealoiatUahfomtaastal ers alike. 18 ConU a Copy fl.SO Year tho liner confirmed their stories. quit and 15,000 wcro affected indiDot It from a Dewwtealer or wriU'dtnet to QOOD Tho passengers witnessed tho tor- rectly. ropuW Science Uootiily, u Fourth At, H.T. pedoing of tho 5,436-to- n British r BEND YOUR ORDER TO freighter Orlssn, which was part of Tho nro wasting somo of convoy, when tho fleet was their Secured or Your Money Dock our food; don't bo a Jf you tako tho DmuRbon Trnlnln,, t,a a day out, stemming west o from tho British I si as. Tho Orlssu, Ask no rest; wo havo a vktory to Call ob TIms Republlcaa (or Fine "bound lu ballast for tho United State, win. 5 fob rrlntl&c: over-burden- was sent to tho bottom by an unseen A moment later, how-ove- r, submarine. an American destroyer In tho protecting fleet detected the undersea boat bolow tho surfneo nnd dropped a depth bomb, making a direct hit, according to tho story related hero. was sightTho same evening a ed by tho passongcr vossol, whoso gunners sank It by shcllflre. Tho other thrco submarines wcro destroyed according to tho returned travelers, on tho castwart trip of an ther convoy. They declared that rt largo British transport with 7,000 Amorlcnn troops aboard rammed a submersible, which was sighted with two othors in tho sudden lifting of a heavy fog. Almost simultaneously with tho disappearance of tho first submarino beneath tho transport's bow, tho big ship's gunners accounted for nnothcr of tho Gorman craft, whllo n British destroyer dsposcd of the third. at FKiHTINa NKAlt CLOUDS. ward under continuous volleys from tho rear. Ono of tho Germans dis- WILL YOU TAKE OUR GERMINAL REMEDY long-dlstanc- o inmuHMttr MKmxw FOR ONE MONTH 11 - I SMS,.:? DR. J. H. THORPE s. TRADE-MARK- -- pAY-'tf- iJ' -- to-da- nHsnmuTun. DIRECTORY jij e- - r 40 to-da- HOMECARDUI ' 20. IKPwii n, hI'IHrI Ifnriaw rHl If CHMCS A1AGAZINB a nt POP i - KILLthe Cash Bargain Offer The Hartford Republican I Get on the Firing Line the cough Dr. King's New Discovery tOUCH8 re - Children Cry CASTORIA $1.25 Popular Science Monthly to-ih- money-maktnj- t' tft niEEtrrairaia.-- THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. FPOSITION cantalffleXl?n.S.rSI ..i iimvtnwnm&& ii hi iij in ii si unarm aiwmrmtimWW .mt xc?'V"inf3 Farm Department Tho Ilolglnn lmro Is ono of Iho best It weight rnliMtn for tnblo uro. more tlinn most breeds, dovclops rap-lillnml tho quality of tho nient Is superior to nil tho othors. Tho Flemish giant is n Hclglan lmro hrod lorgo bIzo, with tho result that, tho moat is coarser and less Ocllcnto In flavor. Thcso characteristics aro considered by soino pcraona s desirable, but this la largely a matter of Individual taste. Cut WppiIh ltcforo Hreds Mature. Many weeds aro propagated only 1y seeds. Weed seeds nro produced in largo numbers along roadsides, fonco rows, and ditch banks, in vacant flolds.nnd In wnsto places, and tho seeds nro scattered by wind, water, birds, and other agents. Hy cutting tho weeds boforo the scods aro sufficiently maturo to germinate, n enormous amount of trouhlo'and lnbor and loss could bo avoided; but only ,tho most progressive farmers lo this. silo. Kvon NEGRO SOLDIERS AUK HANGED VOH ASSAULT Camp Dodgo, la., July 5. Threo negro soldiers, convicted by court-mnrtl- al of "assaulting and outraging" white girl on tho cann tonment grounds tho night of May y with 24, woro hanged hero virtually tho cntlro division witnessing tho executions. Tho three traps wero sprung simultaneously nt 9:09 o'clock nnd death was almost Instnntncous. Tho negroes marched onto tho scaffolds singing "God Have Mercy On My Soul." Tho negroes wero Nelson Johnson, of Tuscumbln, Ala.; Stanley Tramblo, or Stroud, Ala., and Fred Allen, of Gcorglann, Ala., all selective scrvico men. Johnson and Tramblo wero declar ed by military pollco officers to havo confessed their complete guilt, hut Allen, whllo admitting his prcsenco when tho crimo was committed, main tained ho had not outraged tho girl. Several Spectators I'nlnt. Threo negro soldiers among tho spectators fainted when the men dropped to their death and another ran amuck. Ho started on n dead run directly toward tho scaffold, but guards overpowered him. A white soldier also fainted. Four negroes wero arrested tho morning nfter the assault, which shortly beforo midnight Mny 21. Ono suspect was acquitted when It was established that ho was not near tho sccno of tho crime. With a young soldier escort the girl was sitting on tho hlllsldo when, according to her story nt tho trial, One of four negroes approached. them represented himself as a military policeman, struck her escort a blow on the head and In the stomach, dazzing htm. Tho girl's screams and the alarm sounded by her escort when he recovered aroused tho camp.. Military pollco threw out a dragnet that resulted In tho arrest of the men early tho next morning. A summary court-marti- al started a few days afterward, but tho finding of the court was not announced until yesterday, after It had been reviewed and approved by President Wilson. Uoth the girl and her escort wero from Des Moines, Iowa. Doing Good. Few medicines have met with moro favor or accomplished moro good than Chamberlain's Colic nnd Diarrhoea Remedy. John F. Jantzcn, Delamcny, Sask.. says of It, "I havo used Cham berlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy myself and in my family, and can recommend It as being an exceptionm ally flno preparation." to-dard I,A IIOR-- S AVIXG DEVICES. frosted corn will mako y, satisfactory sllngo if hnrvested nt once. If it beomes dry It may bo saved by adding water during tho filling process. The mnklng of as much sllago as can bo used will do much to tho feed Biipply. Have you planned to fill that silo? con-Ror- An Englishman in chnrgo of fifty V' -- 100 Hens. "On i:fry I'nrm Thero should bo 100 bens on every fnrm In tho United States, declares a recent publication from tho olllcu of the Secretary of Agriculture, Circular See that tho pigs do not loso one 107. And we should obtain 100 eggs hour on the road to profitable hogs. ironi overy lion. With approximate- See that you supply their wants. The ly C, 000, 000 farms, that would mean pig has likes and dislikes, just as you GOO, 000,000 bens and GO, 000, 000, 000 nnd I. Of course,, ordinarily, ho will uggs per year, nccordlng to tho calcu- ent most nnyhlng in nny form nt any lations of the wrltors, who then add time. Hut when ho Is on full feed, thnt Hint number of eggs constitutes receiving nil that ho can cat overy day n military resourco not to bo Ignored. his feeder must cater to tho pig's apOne hundred bens on overy farm is petite. Ills feed must bo tempting, not n particularly big contract. There palatable and suitable to his desires. Is hardly n farm In tho United States The big thing which Interferes with but could support that number of gain of n fat hog Is tho loss of hens practically on its waste mateTho nppetlto must bo whetrials and without materially added ted by tasty foods. Many breeders cost. One hundred hens to n fnrm use molasses ns nn appetizer. is considerably less thnn tbo nverago. iiuinbor of hens to n fnrm In mnny CANNING LESSON XO. '20. secof tho better poultry-producin- g Greens. It Is an aver-ag- o tions of tho country. Wash until no dirt can bo felt in that could easily bo maintained the bottom of tbo pan. lllanch in in tho sections of the country wboro (Mineral mntter steam 15 minutes. tho average per farm is now lower. Cold-dieggs from overy hen, is lost If blanched in water.) One hundred cut in small pieces and pack or while far below wbnt could bo obtainpack whole. Do not pack too tightly. ed with proper encouragement of 1 tcaspoonful of salt to each ffitt'lu ' la "litulftnrnlilv mnrjt tli;in thn Add " J.. .....1 ...... ...ftlt l.lll.iw .nijiw Tin -o'"""" -' country ,Jl,r average egg production tho on rubber and top and adjust top ver. Suggestions for attaining this nun ur Buiuw mi uii niiu iiiumu unit nverago nro given in the publication little finger. Storlllzo 120 minutes in mentioned. Hemovo, complete p, mules sent to tho front untrained and inoro or less wild writes homo: "I hnvo never allowed n switch to bo tiscd, or niiilo to bo badly treated by heating, nor allowed them to bo put n stocks when being shod. Kindness has paid in a wonderful way. Our mules let us do whnt wo llko with them. Thero nro still ono or two timid ones, but wo hnvo no difficulty in bnrncssiug, shoeing or handling, lid they aro tho most willing nnd of beasts, except when they nro up ngnlnst a Joad which they can not movo, and in that caso they jib. Thoy havo no disease of any kind. Indeed, I was congratulated tho other day in hnvlng tho mules in tho division, not n poor one umougst them." sen-sllilo Tho following suggestions for making a llttlo labor go a long way havo been collected from various sources and aro horo tabulated: Plan wour work long ahead, and keep n long way ahead of your work. Sco that your machinery is in flrst-clncondition; don't wnsto tlmo with repairs In tho field; hnvo plenty of grcaso on tho bearings nnd keep all tho cutting edges sharp. I'ao a two-rocultlvntor with threo mules; It will do tho work of two men nnd four mules. Don't loaf on rainy days. Keep tho boys nnd girls working; but remember thnt they nro only boys and girls, and don't try to make them do tho work of men nnd women. Placo orders early, for fertilizers, seeds and Implements, then you will not waste time waiting for them to reach you. Wherever you can, uso machinery r. to save heartily with, your neighbors for such work as filling the silos, threshing, etc. In many localities great results havo been accomplished by "pooling" labor. If you can't afford to buy nil tho machinery you need, club with your neighbors and between you equip tho locality with the Implements which can be used to tho best advantage. Tho government maintains free employment agencies. 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Every bottle guar anteed. 50c and $1 in bottles Non genuine without the likeness and signs ture of L. K, Grigaby. For sale by I. H. WILL.IAM8. . Hartford V ax THE THR1CE-A-WEE- K hot-wnt- or bath. The British breeds of sheep amply demonstrate tno possiiiiiuy or largo yields of wool and meat from tho same animals, and with both commodities In strong demand tho flocks of tho future will develop still tfurther upon a wool nnd mutton basis. Don't treat lightly tho boy who .splls "hot roasted peanuts" nt tho ball park. Peanuts nro "a splendid food, chenp and nutritious." Tho United States Department of Agriculture Rnnl nml ng r,,i1,,i0 rnnl. snvn llto National War EDITION OF THE NEW YORK WORLD IN 1018. Limn llcnns. Shell. lllanch 5 to 10 minutes. Cold-di- p pack In Jar, add 1 teaspoon- - "" says so. just top ball or screw top on with thumb and little finger. Sterillzo 180 bath. Hemovo, minutes In complete seal and cool. With steam pressure outfit storlllzo GO minutes at D to 10 pounds pressure. bot-wat- or lur. "" rui SUBMARINES SUNK. With tho Washington. of American destroyers the al lied naval forces havo destroyed G5 per cent of tho submarines sent out bv Germany, according to a state ment of Senator Swanson, of Virginia, chairman of tho senato naval affairs committee. Tho German submarines, ho said, are being sunk faster than they can be built. "Tho allies havo destroyed 65 per cent of tho submarines sent out by said Germany," Senator Swanson "That Is flvo per cent more than I snoke of during the raid along our Atlantic coast. Wo aro gaining against them all tho time. We aro destroying their submarines faster than they can replace them." Xo Longr? Feared. Tho senator said ho was of tho opinion that tho submarine or submarines engaged In tho recent raid had gono back to Germany. "I look for It to return or another ono to como in Its place, but that will make no difference in our plans," ho continued. It will not intorfero with the troop movements to Franco." Tho senator explained that it was tho opinion of naval exports that thero was only ono submarine in tho recent raid. "Ono could havo dono all tho destruction wo know about," ho said. "Tho military effect of tho raid was life Was a Misery Mrs. F. M. Jones, ol Palmer, Okla., writes: "From the time I entered into womanhood I looked wi(h dread from one month to the next. I sulfered with my back and bearing-dow- n pain, until life to me was a misery. I would think I could not endure the pain any longer, and I gradually got worse. . . Nothing seemed to help me until, one day, . . I decided to """ """" """ "" uii iuuuui uim tui', iiuu , un- Practically a Dally at the Price of. a Weekly. No other Newspaper in the world gives so much at so low a price. The value and need of a newspaper the household was never greater than at the present time. We have been forced to enter tho great world war, and a large army of ours Is already in France. You will want to have all the news from our troops on European battlefields, and 1918 promises to be the most momentous year In the history of our universe. In No qther newspaper at so small a price will furnish such prompt and accurate news ot these world-shakin- g events. It Is not necessary to say . moro. i( Su( g A Corn In Silo Saves $:t7 An Aero On Pumpkin, Winter Squash. Crop. A Hemovo seed. Cut tho pumpkin At least 37 per cent of tho digesti- or squash into strips. Peel nnd ble, material of tho corn plant Is stringy center. Slice Into small left in tho stover when tho cars only pieces and boll until thick. Pack in nro used. When corn Is ensiled this tnr nml Htnrlllzn 120 minutes In hot- 37 por cont goes into tho bIIo with water j,atj, the G3 per cent in tho car. Tho Im- w,th ato;m prcBBUro outflt BtorlUz0 liortanco of this saving will bo moro gl llllnuteB nt flvo t0 ten pounds apparent whon given a money value. , "With n yield of 50 bushels an aero tho value of grain Is ?75, ut $1.50 a vl11' "bushel. Slnco tho stover contains w . and romovo stems, Blanch d of the food nu- -l , moro than minutes, cold-di- p and pack i. i ,vnr.i. .i,if vo to - teAtUl " tonspoonful of sal as much ns tho grain, or $37.50. How,1" W,J ,,0,"B v"tor' Put many farmers will willingly leave In,""1 a JU8t, toP ba, or on rubbor the field $37.50 an ncroT.Vot this w,th thu,rab am,1 ' UI many sections of the conn- - Bcmv t0' is done in oi-" "l,llu'w try whero the com Is busked and tho water bath Remove, complete seal atovor left in the field. and cool. How corn In Shock Loses, With steam prossuro outfit storlllzo thn ilrv Htovor is fod lint HiinniiHn as roughage. Even then it is notjBlxy ,'"utes at flvo t0 tou oundB saved as completely ns In sllago. . l)rcssuro' "When, under ordinary farm condilVppers. tions, corn Is cured in tho shock, tho 'low of dry matter is approximately I Wash, stem and remove seeds. ten minutes, solid-di- p 25 por cont and may bo as high nslWiuich flvo to toaspoonful ""! ack " Jar- - A 45 per cent. Thcso lossos aro duo "lt- - Covr wlth boll,nB wator' I)ut by tho to tho breaking off of leaves top and ndjust top wind and In handling, and to destruc- - on rubber and wlth t,,umb an(l of dryl'1 or orow tlvo fermentations. Tho loss Storlllzo 120 minutes in flB-- matter in tho silo is very slight whon bath. Remove, complete tho silo is tight and tho silage well packed at tho tlmo of filling. As, seal and cool. With steam pressuro outflt sterillzo sllngo, tho cornstalk Is nil consumed, but as stover, unless it is shreddod, 8'iUy minutes at flvo to ten pounds only tho leaves nro oaten, and oven prossuro. thon u groat part of tho stalk Is ills- -' carded. Sonio feeding experiments How Any Girl Can show that even in shredded stover eyes Have tho portion discarded is ns high us 31 No girl is pretty if hor oyes aro por cont. Ths is in addition to tho loss of dry mnttor during tho curing red, strained or havo dark rings, ONE WASH with puro Lavoptk oyo process. wash will brighten tho eyes and a Make Sllago of Iinmiitiii-- Crop. Too frequently an unfavorublo sea- - week's uso will surprise you with its son llko that of last year results In tho lNCHICDIDLK results. A small hot-looften makes eyes of tho whole corn plant or in tie Lavoptik Immature soft corn that Is of little healthy, sparkling uud vivacious. Tho vniuo, ny fur tho best mothod to quick change will ploaso you. Alum-utilicorn which Is Immature at Inuin eye cup FKEK. Harrel Uros. G liarvestlng time is to put it into tho druggists at Itockport. t'l ... We Knock the Spots Out of Things .., Ladies' and Men's Garments French Dry Cleaned and Preaitd Superior Manner. Send ns your Garments and iai I I one-thir- i.i TAKE HVi THE THRICE-A-WEE- K WORLD'S " t0' "" u A The Woman's Tonic took four bottles," Mrs. Jones goes on to say, "and was not only greatly relieved, but can truthfully say that 1 have not a pain. . . " It has now been two years since 1 tookCardui, and I am still in good health. . . I would advise any woman or girl to use Cardui who is a sufferer from any female trouble." Ifyousufferpaincaused from womanly trouble, or if you feel the need of a good strengthening tonic to build up yourrun-dow- n system, take the advice of Mrs. Jones. Try Cardui. It helped her. We believe it will help you. CLEANED CLHAN Packages called tor and uellrersX. THE ELTLPBESSING CLUB A. Iv regular subscription prI"o is only $1.- 00 per year, and this pays for 16C papers. Wo offer this unequalled nowspapor and The Hartford Republican togother for one year for $1.65. THE REGULAR SUBSCRIPTION PRIOE OP THE TWO PAPERS IS $2.00. y Nail, Prop. HAHTFOKD, KBNTUCKT. "I jptvS7 nothing." Doing hard work in a bent or stooping position puts a stitch In tho back that Is painful. If tho muscles havo become strnlnod, you can't got rid of it without help. Tho great pono-tratipowor of IJALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT will appeal to you most strongly at such times, because It is tho very thing you need. Prlco 20c, 50c and $1,00 per bottle. Sold by m Ohio Co. Drug C. 1IAHV DKOWXKl). ,f aavv rS jf ! Mothers use W.L rcS&sgffiRK&t ir. y;A ')OMsr. I iPLa L'pBSrakSfijjlMi L3fT ,"' hot-wat- IreyS V ACB iyv'3& -i- er ermiiiKe Jjm M Mm waav A safe, old fajhioHed Hazelwood Sanatorium For the Treatment of Tuberculosia by the Maintained Louis-l- k I rretty renedy for werai. ScTcnty.fire yetrt condnu. ut UM u the Mat teatimonul ss ze George, tho son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Shocklco, who live near Livenuoro, was drowned in a slop bucket a few duys ago. Ho had Just learned to crawl and had drawn himself up to the slop pail and fell In head first lloforo ho was missed from tho house ho had drowned. Tho funeral was conducted from tho resldenco, with interment in tho Pleasant Hills burying grounds. ld As- FREYS VERMIFUGE eta offer you. I All Druggists J.C8 KatpakattbalwanMkaaJ. ) will krlp Imp tU iala aw haayr aadhaaUir., lit. a katik ai jia drvtt i f atonal Mki rur ( caal upfJr Kid Nt aama aad 21c In HaulJf. Wl ataj tw a Ua-tt- a aad I I 3 ' praiBpUr. E. & S. FREY, BALTIMORE. MB. m sociation for the adequate treatment of tuberculosis in all its stages at leu than nil. Kates $12.50 per neek,includ-in- g board, medical attention, laundry, 'etc. High ground ronimanding extensile ticw. Delightful surroundings. Send for Descriptive Booklet STATION B VR. O. O. MILLER t'hvalclan In China LOUISVILLE. 7rg;if;w:ionciOTKy KY. 'I' St 'JifV STRAY STREAKS (By Fluko McFluko.) gation that Clniido Hlankcnshlp. who Is a Republican, wns able to get tho Carnival dancing pavllllon and tho best of tho other good features In tents, set down or up Just In front of his own domicile, wo hereby offer IlKAVKIt HAM. apologies to Cooms, Creep and Doc Ford, for Intimating that they workSenator J. Albert Leach and Mr. ed politics In getting tho carnival In T. J. Slovens spent tho week end In their section. Henderson, and while there were the guests of Mr. P. F. Paff and Mrs. A. ltlal says tlirtt Hill Riley said I'aff. lie heard Ernest Ulrkhcad say Ad Messrs. Blair nnd Alfred Wester-nelHoward told him that Mr. Alec and George Davis, U. S. N., who 'tis was wanting somo one to glvo are stationed at Newport, U. X., nro him dancing lessons, as he, Jtr. Alec homo on furlough. said 'twas an accomplishment most Mr. Harrel Taylor returned to his any young man should prldo himself home In Nortonvllle Sunday, after a on. visit to relatives here. Mrs. Lon Waller, of Evansvllle, Is Wo are not going to call or even visiting her sister, Mrs. Nettle Chau-vamention John Henry's name In this Wo accidentally column this week. Mrs. Edna Mitchell and grand son, discovered that ho rather likes It who have been in Louisville, have re and blowed turned. and we'll bo Jumped-u- p If wo do anything ho likes If wo find Mr. Harry Monroe, of Louisville, It out first. was In town Tuesday. Mrs. Shelby Taylor and daughter, luck when he Kittle Leo, are visiting relatives here. A man's In hard takes a trip down the river on SaturMiss Loralne Boiling, of Arkansas, day and after getting a good long Is visiting here. way from home the dumgoozlcd mom tor boat absolutely refuses to run a MA1UIIAGK LICENSE. lick, when he was depending upon ' said boat to get him back homo for "W. E. Hoover, IS, Hartford, to Sunday School and preaching, and, Lena Bartlett, IS, Hartford. then on Monday (with water oozing Koscoe Shields, 20, Cromwell, to from the painful and smarting blis- Pauline Johnson, 19, Cromwell. ters, brought on by hours spent In Frank Ilobinson, 21, McHenry, to cranking a dead motor that ought Audrey Itaymer, 17, McHenry. in the Kaiser's to be burled In Andrew Phllback, 2S, Hartford, to bosom) take a good, sound and ap- Meek Bryant, 18, Hartford. parently much deserved drubbing for Lotis Hobdy, 27, McHenry, to Fanenforced absence (which you can't ex- nie Chapman, 2S, Centertown. plain) over Sunday. If you want to Joseph P. Graves, 22, Rockport, to W. Porter. clear a man put me on the Jury and Carrie A. Brown, 21, Echols. 2:30 p. m. Song and Praise Serthen Introduce only circumstantial Leslie Edge, 20, Fordsville, to Ed- vice. evidence against him, tho.be It ever na Brown, 19, Hartford. 2:45 p. m. "The Greatest Quesso strong. L. C. Myers. 34, Olaton, to Ida tion Ever Asked." Rev. Sam P. Martin. '.Moorman, 21, Hartford. This burg does not have any old 3:45 p. m. "Contending for the maids, but it does contain two or U. S. LOANS ITALV Faith," Dr. J. W. Porter. three big coveys of near old maids 8:00 p. m. Song and Praise Ser DOLLARS MORE and If the war goes on for long, takvice. ing the best of the gallants away. It 8:15 p. in. "Tho Cost and Reward Washngton. July 9. An additionlooks like It might be time to start al credit of $10,000,000 was granted of Dlscipleshlp," Rev. Sam P. Martin. some sort of an old time Brigham to Italy y 9:15 p. in. "Sanctlllcation," Dr. by the Treasury DeYoung society, or else these maids partment, making a total of $660,-000,0- J. W. Porter. are bound to become more numerous Friday, August 2, 101 H. for Italy and of $6.091, D90,-00- 0 as they grow older, tho wo will ad10:00 a. m. Devotional, (Leader loaned to the allies to date. mit they age very, very slowly. to be supplied) and Song Service. m 10:30 a. m. "Was the Jerusalem W ITHMtAW PRIVILEGE IIOKSK IlllAN'CH. Ob CHOOSING SERVICE Church a Baptist Church? Dr. W. E. d, n. It appearing from c.ircful Investi- spent Sunday night with Mr. nnd Mrs. .Inmcs Bartlett, near Whltcsvlllo. Mr. Ernest Graves and family, of Adaburg, were tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. Estls Jewell Monday night. Mr. Homer Martin was In Hartford on business Monday. An ugly scrap was pulled off at an Ice cream supper at Mack Ncwcomb's Saturday night. Somo ugly faces and sore scalp wounds resulted. PHOOItAM. Third session, annual Bible Institute, Baptist church, Fordsville, Ky., July .10, to August 4, 1918. Tuesday, .Inly HO, HUH. 10:00 n. m. Dovotlonal Servlco, Congrega(Leader to he supplied) tional singing and quartette. 10:30 a. m. Words of Welcome, by pastor, R. L. Brandenburg. 11:00 a. m. "tiio Mission or, mo Church," Rev. Russoll Walker. 2:30 p. m. Song Servlco nnd Dovotlonal. (Leader to bo supplied.) 3:00 p. in. "Tho Ordinance of Baptism," Dr. A. S. Pottle. 8:00 p. m. Song Sorvlccs and Devotional, (Leader to bo supplied.) 8:15 p. m. "Church Finances." Rev. J. W. Beagle. 9:00 p. m. "Tho Budget," Rev. Albort Mnddox. Wciliirxlny, .Inly :!, UMS. 10:00 a. m. Dovotlonal (Leader to bo supplied.) and Congregational Singing. 10:00 a. m. "Tho Lord's Supper," Dr. A. S. Pettle. 11:30 a. m. "Christians nnd Crisis," Rev. Russell Walker. 2:30 p. m. Devotional (Leader to bo supplied) and Quartette. 5:00 p. m. Subject not Stated, 1 Dr. A. S. Pettle. 4:00 p. in. "Conditions of Success In Soul Winning," Rev Russell Walker. S:00 p. m. Devotional, (Leader to be supplied) and Song Service. S:15 p. m. "Missions." Hour's . Service In Chargo of Rev. J. Beagle. Thursday, August 1, 1I8. 10:00 a. m. Devotional and Song Service. 10:30 a. m. "A Great Question Asked Out of Curiosity," Rev Sam P. Martin. 11:30 a. m. "The Bible the Only Rule of Faith and Practice," Dr. J. bloy Mines, from Saturday until Sunday. Mr. Luther Fnuglit has bought, what is known as, tho Sam Durham farm. Mr. W. 8. 1111 wont to rco Mr. J. C. Hill, of South Cnrrolton, Sunday who Is very low at this writing. Mr. Marvin Klmbloy, of Evans-vtllvisited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wlltbri Klmbloy last week. Mrs. Eva Oldham who has been quite 111 with fevers Is better at this o, BE CAREFUL What you buy these days writing. WESTERN COAL FIELD. Tho year just closed was a busy ono Tho total production was 9,876,533 tons. Tho total production for tho state was tons. Tho coal lands of Kentucky ombrnco only 29 of tho 120 counties, and Is divided Into what aro called eastern and western flclrtp. Thoro are ton counties in tho western and nineteen counties In tho eastern field Tho eastern Hold Is confined wholly to the mountnln counties, and tho western to tho Green river counties. Tho production of tho western field by counties wns: Short lens. 60,719 Christian 57,829 Daviess 9,160 Hancock 253,933 Henderson 3,033,296 Hopkins 113, Sll McLean 3,219,340 Muhlenburg . . . . S45.931 Ohio 965,079 Union 1,317,435 Webster In tho western coal field. a Shoddy Fabrics are being 27 Camouflaged I everywhere by Smart and Stylish Fronts That please the eye but fool the pocket. n V 1 I iu Get Your Suit TAILOR E Made from your own choice of j.itaylcd &-c- I quality fabrics depend ably tailored and full of "HONEST - TO - GOOD NESS' VALUES. tiw vot a aflHeaW Albert Taylor wns appointed overseer of the' Union Grove and Clear Run road. Many of the beautiful elms that adorn Hartford lawns are dying. Some tree disease attacks tho leaves and they slowly wither up and die. It Is a regretablo occurrence as It requires years to replace these beautiful shade trees. Tho Young Lalies Tea Room has been moved to the next door to tho Star Theater. Tho use of the building and lights was donated by Messrs. Hdavrln and Barrass. Opera tion the Fourth and Saturday netted tho Red Cross treasury norc than one hundred dollars. Prices run from $20.00 to $50.00 with full run for your money at whatever price you choose. Carson (i er Co. Mr; and Mrs. Asa Haycraft and famlly.of Owensboro, are visiting Mr. E. A. White and other relatives. Mrs. H. V. Morrison is on 'the sick list. Mrs. Will DeHart spent July 4th with her son, Mr. Lee Raines and family, near Rosine. Mrs. Jesse Wilkerson and Mrs. Roy Crawford visited friends at Frieda-lan- d July 4th. Mrs. J. W. Walker and family spent last Sunday in Narrows with relN. B. Sargeant and son have returned from a several days visit in atives. Mrs. Paducah. Mrs. Kate Crahn and Mrs. Joe Stewart have been visiting at Mart-wic- k recently. Mrs. Jeannetto Short and daughter, Ivan, recently visited Mrs. Sarah Axton. Mr. William McDaniel, of Olaton, visited relatives here last week. Mr. and Mrs. John Leach visited Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stewart Sunday. Mrs. Max Ruthart spent July 4th at LcitchHeld. and little Mrs. Will Ferguson daughter visited at Sturgls last week. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Cannon, of Drakeshoro, visited Mr. J. B. Cannon last wook. Mrs. J. R. Jennings and Mrs. C. W. Taylor gavo an Ice Cream Supper July 4th for their friends. A largo crowd from hero attended the fair at Hartford July 4th given by Dr. L. B. Bean. Rev. Leslio DeHart, of Guston, Ky., visited his sister, Mrs. Jim Perguson and other relatives. While hero ho delivered a Patriotic Sermon at tho Union Church July 4th. Mrs. Curl Perguson visited hor sUter in Beaver Dam Saturday and Sunday. - EAST VIEW. The drought was broken at this place by a very heavy rain Monday morning. Quito a number of people of this place attended tho fair at Hartford Thursday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jame3 Floldon and B. J. French attended tho W. O. W. picnic at Llvermoro July 4. Mr. Lon Coots, of Llvla, spent Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Duko. Mr. R. II. Mai tin, and Mr. Clarence Johnbon and family, of Owensboro, woro guofcts of Mr. and Mrs. Homor Uartln Sunday. Mr. Clurunco Bartlott and wlfo Mr. J. E. Davidson and family were pleasantly surprised Saturday by the arrival of Mr. Davidson's sister, Mrs. Henry Baltzell. accompanied by her husband and their daughter. Miss Margaret, of Dodgo City, Hunter. Kansas. They will spend a large i 2:30 p. m. "Stewardship," Dr. portion Washington, July 9. Instructions of the summer with relatives have been sent by Provost Marshal W. E. Hunter. In Ohio county. S:00 p. m. Devotional and QuarGeneral Crowder to all local draft boards ordering the cessation of the tette. Our old rriend Gus Evans, of FordsS:30 p. m. "Tfthlng," Dr. W. E. privilege hitherto granted registered Wo ville, was In town yesterday. men of selecting the arm of the serv-i:- e Hunter. first knew Gus when we clerked for Saturday, August :t, lfI8. in which they desire to enlist when ho was a volunteering. It wa3 learned official10:00 a. m. Dovotlonal, (Leader the Flsctil court of which member. Gus made the folks know supplied) anif Song Service. ly, however, that no action has been to be of the court, and 10:30 a. in. "Stewardship or lie was a memberalways right he was taken to stop tho voluntary enlistwhile he was not 1. E. Hunter. Tithing," Dr. W. ment in the navy, of men of Class things. he had 2:30 p. in. "Baptist Landmarks," always in dead earnest about Secretary Baker said y reBryan. Rev. O. E. conferred with MaJ. Gen. Crawder George M. Maddox has been trans8:00 p. in. Song and Praise Sergarding this loss of draft men to the ferred from Camp Piko, Arkansas to army, but that no decision had been vice. 8:15p. m. "State Missions," Rev. Cnmp Hancock, Geargla, and assigned reached to withdraw permission for to the Machine Gun Training school. O. E. Bryan. such enlistments. m 9:15 n. m. Sumtay School and Mr. Maddox is a former Rockport boy. B. Y. P. U. Work, (Speaker to bo In a letter to tho editor of this paper INSPECTOR OF SCALES. more familiar ho promises, when supplied.) with the machine gun operation, to August , 1IM8. Sunday, Mr. Robert Green, of Rockport, has 10:30 a. m. "Tire Bible School." wrlto for us a letter describing It. been appointed by the county court, 11:15 a. in. Sermon by Rev. O. E. Inspector of weights and scales for county. It is the duty of such Bryan. If there is anything interesting beOhio 2:30 p. in. B. T. P. U. Work. cause of Its extreme ago, In your inspector to Inspect tho scales of S: p. m. B. Y. P. U. Work. neighborhood, report It to us as a mines, merchants and In fact all scales 8:45 p. m. Sermon by Rev. O. E. new item. Wo don't mean old used for public purposes. The fee maids, old grudges nor old scandals, for such inspection must bo paid by Bryan. but old people, old residences, old tho owner of the scales. The oiilce WANTED barns, old heirlooms, or anything tho has not in most counties proven a OLD FALSE TEETH very agreeable ono to fill, due chief- DON'T IF BROKEN ago and history of which would bo MATTER ly to tho fact that merchants and Wo pay up to 15 dollars per set. Also of public interest. others complain at having to pay the cash for Old Gold, Silver and broken Mr, Jcsso C. Hill, a farmer living Inspection fee. Jewelry. Check sent by return mail. Goods held 10 days for sender's ap- In Ohio county near South Carroll-todied yesterday, and his' remains MRS. MILLS TO ADDRESS proval of our olTer. Mazer's Tooth PARENT-TEACHEMEETING Specialty, Dept. A, 2007 S. 5th St.. will bo burled today at the Smallhous 43tl5 Baptist church. Mr. Hill died of Philadelphia. Pa. o tuberculosis, of which trouble ho had Mrs. W. L. Mills, of Owensboro, Everything wasted means that been a sufferer for some tlnio. Ho who has chargo of tho campaign on Illiteracy in this county will address somo one has to work Just that much leaves a wife and three chlldron. Mr. Hill was an excellent citizen, and Association at more for you. tho Parent-Teachea leaves many friends to-- regret his untho College Auditorium this aftertimely death. CERALVO. noon at 3:00 o'clock. Tho public is invited to attend. SAMPLE ADJOURNMENT. July 8. Mrs. Myrtle Moore, of Horso Branch, Is visiting hor Bister, B. Y. P. U. ORGANIZED. Louisville and Jefferson county conMrs. Ida Barnard. On Saturday tight, July Cth, there Master Joe Everly and little sister, stitute a Congressional district us was u B. Y. P. U. Society organized Electra, of Evansvlllo, Ind., aro visit- well as an Appellato district, and In this district thoro is but one Demoat tho old historical Pond Run Bap- ing friends and relatlces hero. Miss Marjorlo and Evelyn Mullen, crat candidate for Congress and ono church, near Echols, with 20 tist members. Mr. Addle Robertson was of Princeton, Ind., spent last week for Judge of tho Court of Appeals, Ukowlso only ono Ropuhllcan for oach chosen President and Miss Rhoda with their aunt, Mrs. Blanch Jones. Meetings will Miss Mary Ethel Everly spont from of the aforesaid olllces. In Louis-vlll- o Williams Secretary. and Jefferson county, at tho last bo held each Saturday, at S P. M. Saturday until Monday with Miss elected Ethel Russoll near Pond Run. , - election, the Republicans Rev. Birch Shields Is their pastor. a Our town has gono over tho top every city nnd counjy olllcer voted In the Red Cross work. Thoro being for, yet when tho two Ropuhllcan canIN PREFERRED CLASS. a Red Cross In tho window of every didates, In coinpllaiico with tho President's request that politics bo adA prominent physician, upon open-lu- g home. Mrs. Blanch Jones Is on tho sick journed, proposed to the Democrats tho door of hts consulting room, that thoy got together and select tho list at this writing. usked: Mrs. Lee White and chlldron, of ofllco wheh thoy most desired, having "Who has been waiting longest?" "I have," spoko up a man with a Cleatoii, visited rolnthes horo last tho other caudldato resign, or got out of the raco, leaving only tho Demohtontoraln volco. "I'm your tailor. week. I delivered your clothes four weeks Mrs. Emma B. Fulkcrsan vlsltod cratic candidate as an nsplrant for tho ago." her undo, Mr. C. G. ICtmbley, of Kim- - oillco of their choice, tho Republican n, R rs HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. Tear Out to me Fill In Hand Letter-Carri- or Mail to Post Offic Kindly have letter-carri- TO THE LOCAL POSTMASTER: deliver on delivery! each "" tllKll lDu.1 t"r which I will pay (ftfla Berber $5. U.S. WAR-SAV1NC- S STAMPS at t (aU 25c U. S. Tl IR1FT STAMPS at 25c each. friM ws.s. mxuraKMtvMn vm mcmoiTATca 4X7VUKMXXT W. S. S. COST DURING 1918 4.IS I Ju!r M.I8 I Oct. t21 4.16 Au(. 4.19 Not. 4 22 June 4.17 I Stpu 4.20 I Dec. 42J W. 3. 3. WORTH $5.00 JANUARY I. 1921 April My )ro$$(TO$TO$r$roros$s PHOENIX SILK HOSE ALL COLORS $1.50 to $2.00. HARTFORD, KY, &99&9Q9QMWG&GW&&&m only, as an aspirant for the other, tho proposition mot with tho coldest tndiffnrenco and absoluto refusal, thoro-h- y saying wo don't want an oloctlon without u partisan campaign and as fur as wo aro concerned, Uopubtlcan Wo nro go politics may ing to scrap for tho plo It tho country goes to hell. Tho only comment wo - Hub Clothing Co. havo noticed from nny I)omocra7c ..v01,,,u, uiuiirse,, lno nctj0Il of jj0 above that tho Itonubllcma . work Democratic candidates, w .1...... soinethlnc. ..u nun itnow whether tho Hartford Herald i knows i ,... "uiu Basins ....,.. . irying io . about tho abovo facts or not, becauso . . .. it lias Snlll "nnrrv ., .....- -, uru matter." ' " UOOUt lift I 5SSy - &,. .fllif i 1 1 JUiillHaift-- l