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The Hartford republican: July 19, 1918 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1918 hao1918071901_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: July 19, 1918 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1918 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 7 y Fine Job Work. VOL. XXXI. DIRIGIBLES AID IN Jlartfxrrfr ftqmbliom. DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Yeas No. 3 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1918. Among tho many Gorman dreams of Imperial domination of tho earth that havo been shattered by ovents, porhnjjs tho most disappointing Is tho campaign. When th4 under-sca- s craft was determinfailure of tho ed upon as a suro and speedy means of snatching victory from tho allies tho Clormnn military did not net with precipitant hnsto. It counted tho cost It know tho campaign would bring noutrgl nations, Including tho United Stntcs, into tho war, but it expected to novo tho war end before effective help could como to tho nlllcs from the western Republic. It was to bo a mnster stroke that would drlvo In terror tho allied ships from tho seas, nnd parallzo tho movemont of food suppllej to England and Franco. Now that tho submarines nro at tho bottom of tho sea or guarded from npproach-In- g transport and cargo ships, by swarms cf allied destroyors, and America K. H. U. APPOINTMENTS has sent moro than a million of men to Franco without tho loss of a single HELD TO 1113 UNLAWFUL loaded transport, Germany no doubt rues tno day she tempted tho wrath of Suporlntcncdcnt E. S. Howard, hns all tho then neutral nations with tho now nbortlvo submarine. History campaign) as tho cardinal blunder of tho received a communication from tho will record tho German V Kontucky State University Authorl-tlvc- s Kaisers war. In which It is stntcd that the law granting appointments of sudents from tho various counties to tho AMERICAN SPURNED MASON WITHDRAWS nnd been dcclnred unconstitutional and that In tho futuro no FROM THE RACE OFFER OF KINGSHIP students would bo given this priviat law-shoulat WAR Play Important Part In Their Destructoan Thru Dropping Bombs. (Hy Robert S. Doman.) 18 (by thousand American .soldiers dobarked horo within thrco days. Far off tho coast tho escorting Amorlcnn, Ilrltlsli nnd French wero mot by French nnd American aeroplanes nnd dirigibles. Tho mosquito Heels of thrco nations buzzed about, destroyers, converted yntches, submarines nnd small craft of all sort. No one had n hind word to say for tho dirigibles, although tho part they havo played and nro playing In protecting the Incoming American host is nn Important one. Wllhln the week ono of tho French dirigibles Hying with an escort of dropped n AmUrlcan bomb on a German submarine. Tho feat was nothing unusunl. During 1917 French dirigibles had nearly a score of encounters with enemy subA ponslon under tho act of May 11, 1912, will bo required to file an application under that act In order to receive tho benefits of tho now law. Soldiers drawing pensions under tho act of May 11, 1918 should not bunion tho pension dopnrtment with lettors of inquiry. Their Increases will bo received Just ns soon as tho new schedulo can bo worked out. Thoso drawing under nny other file opllcatlon with tho Hiiro nu of Pensions nt Washington, for tho Increased allowance. A SHATTERED DREAM. l'ort In Franco, Juno Forty-flv- o mall) lege The examination of applicants for scholarships, which was to have taken placo July 27th will thcrcforo, not bo held. TAX ELECTION OFF. Thcro will bo no road tnx election hold with tho primary, August 3. Somo tlmo ago tho Fiscal court entered an order calling an election for that date, but through an ovorslght of the sheriff It wns not advertlseed, as tho law requires, and tho result will bo no election on that dato. Llko woman suffrago and national prohibition, tho road tax will como, and why not now? Gives Haswell Free Track Took Honest Toil Rather hydro-aeroplan- For Congressional Primary. Than Royal Gift From Kaiser Bill. marines. Bombs Arc On six occasions tho submarines discovered tho dirigibles in time to escape, but on tho other occasions tho launching of bombs on tho submarine took place under clrcum-stanco- a leaving little doubt ns to their KlTi-rth- Sfln Francisco, July 13. He might In nn open letter addressed to tho editor of this paper Mr. I. S. Mason have been a king. nnnounccs his withdrawal from the But ho prefers being an American On two occasions tho submarines employed their guns against tho dirigibles, but their experience was disastrous, tho dirigibles virtually blowing them out of tho water with a shower of heavy bombs nnd depth charges. Tho submarines nro mortally afraid of tho dirigibles, for tho latter can spot them at grcnt dopths nnd havo an annoying habit of hovering for hours over tho spot where the submarines nro resting on tho bottom In supposed security. rises Its end When tho comes quickly. Tho submarine's only protection Is to submcrgo to n great depth and then to mnko off at slow speed. Act Ah Coimtjs. Tho dirigibles aro not so licet as tho but then neither nro their convoys. Tho merchant vessels plod "patiently along under tho dirigibles, which lend them unerringly through mlno fields and Instantly slgnnl tho presenco of submarines or tho launching of torpedoes, signaling In such a manner that tho merchant ships can out manouvor tho torpedo. Marino dirigibles ns a defensive arm of tho French navy did not exist at tho outbreak of war, although $6,000,000 had been appropriated for their construction In January. 1916. tho French navy began using Its dirigibles at first In nt hydro-airplanes, slow-steami- fate. BRITISH BAG 3,850 HUN PLANES IN YEAR Ammy In France Gets 3,233 While Navy Airmen Scoop 623. London, July 13. In ono year on tho Hrltlsh Western front tho royal air force has accounted for 3,233 cnomy airplanes. In tho same period tho naval airmen shot down 623, a total of 3,856. An olllcial statement dealing with thoso operations says: "Tho royal air force during tho year beginning July 1, 1917, on tho llritish Western front, destroyed hostile machines and drovo down out of control 1.083. In tho samo period the air force units, working In conjunction with tho navy, shot down 623 hostllo machines. "During this period 1, 094 of our machines woro missing; 92 of these were working with tho navy. 'On tho Italian front, from April to Juno, 1918, tho Hrltlsh destroyed 165. hostllo machines and drovo down out of control. Thirteen of ours ore missing. "On tho Slonki front, between nnd JlI1I0, 21 hostilo nin. chines woro destroyed and 13 were In July, In tho Medltorran- and. "an. During 1917 and tho first live driven down out of control. Four of 2,-i- r0 ""'JlMW rnco for congress. Mr. Mason Is well-knoand his many friends throughout tho district, but for reasons stated withdraws. Heaver Dam, Ky., July 15, 1918. Mr. J. II. Thomas, Hartford, Ky. Dear Friend. Since announcing for tho Republican nomination for congress I novo had an Interview and correspondence with my opponent for the nomination, Hon. John P. Haswell, Jr., who announced slnco I did. J ml kg Haswell claims that the Fourth District Congressional Committee, of which ho is chairman, had, previously to my entering tho race, unanimously insisted and obligated htm to make the race, and that under no condition could ho withdraw. I hnvo nn nmbltlon to go to congress, nnd believe that I could help In tho reconstruction of our governmental afTalrs after we enter the New Epoch In History following tho close of tho war. But tho war Is not ended, nnd the paramount duty of every true American is to help win it and win it NOW. I do not wish to disturb tho minds of tho people In our district over the question of tho personal claims of my self or Judge Haswell to tho nomination nt this critical period of the world war. He will not, but I will withdraw, and to tho many friends who havo so kindly encouraged my candidacy and to thoso who have favored Judgo Haswoll, I thank them, nnd urgently request that they stand by the principles of tho Republican party and supporo its nominees tho party has always been true when Liberty, tho Flag or tho Constitution was in danger. Very truly, I. S. MASON. HALED INTO COURT. worklngman. What would you havo done with Petor Soblcskl's cHanco at royalty and all the pomp, glory and glittering circumstances it implies? Tho world is full of men seeking titles and crowns though Wllhelm hns done much to make tho pursuit unpopular. How many would refuse a diadem? Soblcskt was offered the crown of Poland. Lineal heir to tho throne, ho has been' discovered living In Oakland, Cal,, In an humble homo earning his b re id by the sweat of his own brow, two years after having been Invitedby tho German Kaiser to become mon- -, - arch of the Poles. "I'd rather shovel coal in America," said tho man who wouldn't be king, "than bo an omperor of Europe!" the Polish After kingdom ns a German vassel state, tho Kaiser proffered tho throne to John Soble8kl, uncle of Peter, In 1916, according to tho Americanized nephew. The older Sobleski, 86, refused the throne on account of his ago and forwarded tho offer to Peter after having ascertained that this would be acceptable to the Hohenzollern. Peter J. Sobleski, of Oakland, Cal., poor, tolling for a dally wage and living In a modest flat with his wife son, snapped his finand gers in disdain at the glittering tender. "I would rather," ho explained, without any attempt to bo dramatic, "live In poverty in the United States than reign over unhappy Poland, my native country, under tho Kalsdr's sway. "I prefer honor with poverty to a kingdom with dishonor. 'The first Polish legion has Just entered tho front lino in Franco with tho nlllcs. Poland Is with tho cham pions of llborty and democracy, soul and body and all that Is left of her. "To bo a king, in theso days when enlightened nations aro battling for ovorythlng that stands opposed to( autocracy, soems to mo nbout tho most sordid and dangerous ambition to which a man could own." "But," ho was asked, "whon tho war is over, and Germany has been conquered? Whon Poland Is a free and separato country again? Do you propose then to claim tho kingdom that may bo yours?" "I havo already answored," ho replied "without hesitation. "I do not want tho crown. It Is my right it I wanted to claim It, out I am too democratic. I profor my ludopendenco here. "I want Poland to ho a great, free republic llko Amorlca." lloforo coming to Oakland, Soblcskl's adventurous career Included tho a lifo of a locqmotlvo engineer, farmer in Canada, a hunter and trapper in tho Northern wilds, a United States murine, a Russian army olllcer and nn exiled political prisoner in Slboria. Horn in UmanJ, Ukralnla, ho was educated at Kiff, Germany, in car-rln- g ...... ... .. . (rmneiulously Increased. ' wns.... i "ZXZin .... Louisville land Palestine 'i down out of control. Ten of ours ing tho thirty six hours a week work wero missing. law. TIchenor is wellknown as a When you buy a range that has 'In nil tho theutors of tho war tho correspondent of tho Louisville and bo tho best, your proved Itself to Hrltlsh air superiority and strength Owonsboro papers, and hns written monoy has boon well Invested. Tho progressod rapidly and continuously, i for this papor. Tho inquiry, ns DEMONSTRATION will, MAJESTIC From this It Is uafo to assume that ' to us, showed TIchenor has during tho week commencing July when tho now factor of America's' no llxed employment oxcopt tho makyou why tho MAJES22nd, show output, both aircraft and personnel, TIC is tho best, nnd why it actually eutors tho situation in tho fighting ing and development of Kodak pic tures. Dy order of tho court ho will money. savos you zones, tho nerenl ascendency of tho al- roport tho first of August tho facts K. P. BARNES & DUO. Hcavor Ham. lies should glvo thorn very groat ad- of his employment in tho meantime. vantages." LAW. Tho court did not direct tho particuNEW PENSION lar charactor of employment TIchenor must ongngo In, but ho will bo requirAn net of Juno 10, 1918 amends LlLLlES PLANES MAY TERMINATE WAR HOOX ed to satisfy tho court that it has tho ponslon laws as follows: Tho been useful and productive. Thoso whd aro 72 years of age, or London, July 13. Tho Evonlng court was of tho opinion that making over, and who sorved six months, nro entitled to receive $32 por month itNnws nrliilH- nn- editorial on its first . and dovelopinf Kodak pictures would commenting upon tho( not materially contribute toward winThoso who sorved ono year, $35 por page month; ono and ono unit years, jb ( allien' supremacy in tno air, wnicu, ning tho war. m por montn; unci iwo yoara unu uvui, mo paper says, suouiu uuuuiu mo Mrs. Jones says that sho does not por month. Theso Increases will lies to dupllcato tho Gorman trick of a weak spot in tho onomy's know how sho has got along so long bo granted automatically, and without tho MAJESTIC. Sho Is deout application of any kind to tho front. "Thoro aro symptoms," says tho lighted with It. It you aro dissatisHureau, to all soldiers and Pension sailors now pensioned uudor tho act Evening News, 'such as tho Austrian fied with your present rango como to of May 11, 1912, who havo attained dofoat, tho dolay In tho resumption of tho SPECIAL DEMONSTRATION tho required ago and served tho tho Paris offonslvo, and tho tono of during tho week commencing July tho Rolchstng dobato, which suggest 22nd, and tho export from tho necessary length of tlmo. out preliminary war Intrigues, Soldiers and sailors who sorved that a strong blow at Gormnny's weak MAJESTIC factory will tell you Civil War, and aro pon- - placo at this Juncture might preclpl-slone- d why tho MAJESTIC gives such genu-In- o had papors of a revolutionary charduring tho acter planted in his homo whoro they satisfaction. at lower rates under some tato tho end. Germany's weakness In E. P. DARNES & BRO. Beaver Dam. wero slezed by Russians under tho who aro entitled to tho air is our opportunity. cthor law, but I ht iu-$- 40 with-'findi- Herald. to June, in Egypt Loroy TIchonor, n wellknown citi 26 hostllo airplanes zen of Rockport, was In Judge Cook's woro destroyed, nnd 15 woro driven court Monday on n charge of violat- autocracy. Sobleski was condemned to servo fifteen years at hard labor In SMOKES AND CHEWS Siberia, but escaped after two years conflnenomt, walking 3,000 miles MAY BE RATIONED through Siberia, China nnd Manchuria, and thenco making hla way through Japan to the United States. Soblcskl's life hns been hard. War Board Finds Supply It might have been easy with tho Small, Production luxuries of royalty. What would you have dono? Below Demand. Peter Soblcskl's decision Is an Impressive tribute to tho personal benefits and privileges of American demWashington, July 14. Governocracy. ment control of tho tobacco Industry Do they menn ns much to you ns they do to tho man who wouldn't of tho United States may result from tho heavy requirement of tho allies surrender them for a kingdom?" and. tho American military forces m abroad. Rationing of tho American CORN CLUIJ 1)11) IT. population Is believed to bo a possiMr. John Wilson, of near Olaton, bility. Tho War Industries Board anhas Just harvested four-tonof clover y that It has been conhay from two acres of ground, and nounced tho corn club is entitled to the credit ducting an Investigation to detormino for it. No, tho corn club dosen't tho requirements abroad and tho glvo special attention to growing amount that must bo conserved in clover', but because Mr. Wilson's boy this country to meet the situation. It was a member of tho corn club and estimates that approximately two-thirof tho leaf tobacco raised in mndo this particular two acres of ground very rich two years ago In this country In 1917 will bo available competing with the other boys In corn for American manufacturers, put of growing tho big yield of hay was this must como cigarette and pipo tobacco for troops not yet overseas and harvested this year. Mr. Wilson's boy was also a mem- exports of manufactured tobacco, la ber of tho Boys' Pig Club, and addition to cigarettes and tobacco through his efforts in interesting his purchased hero for Belgium. Hoard Makes Estimate. father in pig culture, Mr. Wilson sold The crop In 1917 was 1,196,000,-00- 0 a few days ago nine pigs that were pounds and of this the board esonly seven .months old, for $298.92. Tho boys' Corn and Pig clubs may be, timates that 850,000,000 pounds will as In this case, a sort of casting bread bo availablo this year for United upon the waters to be gathered many States manufacturers, while 346,000,-00- 0 pounds of leaf will bo availablo days hence. for export to the allies. Tobacco Issued to the military forces of England, France and Italy SCHOOLS HIT HARD; amounts to approximately 156,000,-00- 0 pounds a year, the board said. TEACHERS IN PANIC England and Franco each allot 40 per cent of their entire consumption to the army and navy, while Italy allows her military forces 45 per cent. The Per Capita Disappointing total yearly consumption of the entire populations of theso countries, tho And Teachers May board estimates at 387,000,000 Balk. pounds, or 41,000,000 more than this country is ablo to export. Soldiers Take Half. Superintendent Howard advises us Persons who point to possible gov that the school per capita this year ernment control in order to assure is only $5.25. This Is a grave dis- tobacco for tho allies and American appointment to tho teachers, since forces declared that It is more than with tho reduction of tho number of probable that with the allied armies pupils resulting from a change of the consuming between 40 and 45 per maximum school age from twenty to cent of the total consumption in allied eighteen It was expected tho per capi- countries, American forces would use ta would be near $7.00. more than 50 per cent of the total Under tho law teachers of first amount used in the United States. class schools must bo paid a salary of Tho War Industries Board quotes not less than $50 a month and ilnue tho annual per capita consumption oC of second class not less than tho United States and the allies as There are forty four of these In the follows: county. Schools having less than fifItaly, two pounds; France three ty pupils are termed emergency and a half pounds; Great Britain, schools, and there aro eighty two of four pounds, and tho United States these. Thero are a thousand less seven and a half pounds. pupils of the common schools in the England, Franco and Italy aro now county this year than last, and with chiefly dependent on imports from tho per capita $5.19 last year and tho United States, as their imports only $5.25 this year It will bo seen from othor tobacco growing countries the money for teachers' salaries U have been materially reduced through reduced by about $5,000. lack ot shipping and inability to im If tho school money for this year port from Turkey and Bulgaria. m woro equally distributed among tho TAX COMMISSIONER 1IUSY. salary 140 tenchors tho monthly would bo only $39 a month, and when the teachers of tho forty four vTax Commissioner Ward Is kept schools aro paid at $50 and $45 dol- busy assessfng tho property of tho lars a month, tho money remaining taxpayors who visit his olllce. Mr. for tho payment of tho toachers of Ward Is thoroughly Informed about tho remaining eighty two schools tho provisions and requirements ot will bo so Inadequate that tho Super- tho now tax law( and Is making an intendent fears many of tho smallor earnest and honest effort to faithfully schools may not bo ablo to secure carry out Its provisions. Tho Stnto teachers-- . It Is a deplorablo condi- Tax commission is thoroughly In tion, and ono difficult to account tor. earnest about bringing tho assessment of tho property of tho stato up om To got a handsome sot of ktchon-war- o to eighty five per cent of fts salo absolutely freo If you buy a value, and whoro tho county commisMAJESTIC rango next week, is an sioner does not perform this duty tho Investigating. Visit state commission will do It by raising worth offer our special demonstration during tho assessment. Whentho taxpayer tho week commencing July 22nd, is shown that his neighbor is listing-hiproperty nt tho required per cont and we will show you this lino waro gift. which is an of Its actual valuo commissioner E. P. BARNES & BRO. Beaver Dam. Ward is finding little difficulty in getm ting him to so list his own. Tho old WAIT FOR LORD TO systom ot haphazard assessment is ORDER CUTTING HEARD giving way under tho now systom of order und uniformity, and tho burCattlesburg, Ky., July 13. Wait- den ot taxation will be moro equit ing for tho Lord to toll him to romovo ably distributed than over boforo his long whiskers which ho says ho tho state's history. will not remove until so ordered During tho wouk commas Clare Dixon, a holy rollor preacher, se has been Jailed horo on charges of July 22nd, a handsome sodltlous statements relatlvo to tho cooking utensils will bo given war. Ho Is alleged to havo preached freo to every purchaser ot a Mi that It is wicked to fight, and that to TIC rango. This Is nn out-a- i resist tho draft Is right, basing all gift and tho price of tho MAJI remains tho sumo as always. his assertions on tho Blblo. Ho refuses to accept bond, ussertlng them while you aro at tho si that ho is glad to have an opportunity demonstration next week. to suffer as did tho desclples ot old. E. P. BARNES & BRO. Beavre s to-dnds s out-and-o- ut The Hartford nATMTOItn Republican Published Weekly by PRINTING COMPANY Incorporated W. S. TINSLEY, Sec.-Tjea- C. E. SMITH, President s. m 1 ' Editor 10IIN HENItY THOMAS V. S. TIXSIiEY, Associate Editor and Huslncsq Manager. Entnrnri ncenrdlnir to law at tho rostotllce, Hartford, Ky., as mall matter of tho second class. s m r c , 3 1 zsr- ., - iamr m j " '' ( C2MGSWG , ;i 1. in Great Majestic Range ISMUSKS , ' mm 1 Vi i Bargain Week SPECIAL DEMONSTRATION AND cs? .CP Address nil communications Tho Hartford Republican. to vance. Church Notices for services free, but other ndvortlsements, Cc per lino. Anonymous communications will roccivo no attention. TELEPHONES. Cumberland Farmers Mutual VIUIIAY nl InsnrMnn. DhltunrlpR. Tinsnluttnns and Cards of Thanks, 60 per lino, money in ad NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscribers dcfllrtng tho paper sent to a now address must give tno oiu address In making tho request. Business Locals and Notices 10c per lino, and Gc par lino for addition- - gjWfiow0 BARGAIN SALE OF H H '111 & MV: CSiarfH . ., I I i. . rS5a TW LQS " USTZa f . i Majestic Ranges At Our Store One Week Only 2' .i '( Ifl Til mzza - JULY 22 TO 27" To Be Truly Economical There Should Be a Majcctic in Your Kitchen ! 123 uO JULY 1!) A blind man driving on a public highway can tell when he Is In a progressive community. The Bargain AND IT'S WELL WORTH Economy is not merely spending the least money buying a range at too low a price is indeed false economy. The first cost is not the only cost the little additional first cost of a Majestic is nothing compared with its economy of fuel, durability and satisfactory service. The editor of this paper pleads gnilty to some tasto for wine, but ho was never yet drunk enough to attend a carnival dance. The Hustler reports a Madlsonville hostess as giving a bacon fry to her Texas guest. Do they really have a millionaire in the Hopkins capital? "Wo will gamble three pounds of sliced ham, butcher shop price, against a yard of baby ribbon that tho lcr capita school money next year is higher than it is this year. YOUR WHILE! Through special arrangements with the manufacturers, and during this Bargain Week only, a beautiful, useful and substantial set of Cooking Ware will be given with every Majestic Range sold. This ware is good ware (not cheap ware) it's worth a lot to you. Come and see for yourself. And Remember The price of a Majestic Range this week will not be increased, and there will hardly be a great reduction for years to come, if ever, but there may be an increase soon. Nearly a million Majestic Ranges, now economically, scientifically and satisfactorily serving millions and millions of people, civilian and soldiers, is proof positive of their superiority over all others. There is only one best. The public has judged. The Majestic is recognized as the standard of all ranges. The construction, material, workmanship and beauty of this wonderful range is unequalled, and it embodies important features possessed by no other range. Your Opportunity is Here At our store during our Majestic Bargain Week. It's your chance to get acquainted with real facts about ranges. We assure you it will be .worth your while to investigate. Seven men were arraigned at one , . .. ,,-..- ., .. in ijoucu r, cuuri ui .uuriuii a u.ii nine Saturday for failing to work their apportioned 3C hours a week. How' do our Ohio county loafers escape? When the American colonies were J struggling for their freedom from the mother country France sent an army to our rescue. Now after a hundred and forty years, when Prance is bled white by the German lance we repay the century old debt by sending a great army to France. Let us not forget that one million of our own dear American boys are in a strange land, three thousand miles from home, facing the Huns' engines of death, 'and must be armed and clothed and fed. Let us think of nothing as a sacrifice that they need. Save flour and sugar and buy bonds and Thrift and War Savings Stamps. ' THE WONDERFUL UNSEEN RIVETING 4 Two New And Important Features OH JOY! TOP NEEDS NO BLACKING rivet-tigh- t, bolt-heads just like the old Majestic, but the rivets clinch inside of nickeled parts, leaving nickel smooth as glass, and there are no big, bulky on the inside. And remember, rivets hold tight; bolts with only one or two threads holding are bound to work loose and cause no end of trouble. The Majestic is smooth inside and outside it's a striking beauty more than skin deep. Yes, it's of the Majestic, but absolutely eliminates the work, dirt and worry of trying to keep the range looking nice just an occasional thin coat of paraffin retains its beautiful velvet blue color. .. A smoothe, highly polished cooking top burnished blue, not only adds to the beauty If you haven't a MAJESTIC, avail yourself of this opportunity to get acquainted with this wonderful range know the inside of ranges. . The people are paying school tax on a larger assessed valuation of property, the maximum school age. Has been lowered trom zu to is years aud stilj the per capita school fund Is only $5.25. It looke very much like an effort on the part of the state administration to rob the school fund this year in order to make a big working at their rooms we went to showing next year when the election them weekly for news, and no Issue of this paper appeared without its for state ortlcers occurs. Red Cross column. This criticism Wo find no pleasure In saying It, comes with poor grace from a newsbut we are becoming a nation of paper that has given such a trifling profiteers rather than a nation of support to the cause it now assumes patriots. From tho cross roads groc- to, champion. ery to the billion dollar factory profit-takin- g Wo will soon have the liquor busiis a mania. Conscience has' place in price fixing. It Is only ness wiped out, and will then go after little campaign a quostllon of what tho trade will tobacco. The Everybody Is getting while should not tako us long, and besides stand. tltu getting Is good. There U only we could agitate some other reform one mmedy for this condition, and along with It as a side line, and wo Fow human ttuU U for tho government to llx the suggest neckties. aro so wholly Inexcusprice of everything, from a papr of Millions able as tho use of neckties. pins to a car load of diamonds. of perfectly good dollars that could liocnuso wo ventured to say that bo used for buying bread for tho poor to heathorn hand knitting for tho soldiers was n or sending missionaries on waste of yarn and time somo of our lands, are annually wasted good lady friends of the Ited Cross neckties. and tho Valuable cloth have taken umbrage. Wo aro sorry. richest of dyes aro wasted for no betWo would heap honor upon tho head ter purpose than to adorn the necks of every good woman who under- of men. Gewgaws for women ure partakes a work of morcy for our soldier donable; It is a part of their charm, boys. It is tho intention that counts, but mere man has no moral right to a nd the loyal soldiers will bless tho wasto tho nation's substanco on his tired (Uigurs that knit tho socks or personal adornment. Tho nccktlo sweaters that ho will never wear, but must go. In saying tho knitting was a wastoIn an hour of Republican division nr both yum and energy wo woro In good a company as tho Literary tho Hon. J. Ham Lewis, of Illinois, so broko into tho United States senate. IHgtwt. tho greatest periodical in .1. Ham is a candidato for reelection but his candidacy is handicapped by Because of our suggestion last wcok a hundred thousand Republican mathat hand knitting for tho soldlors by jority and his pink whiskers. In fact tha Ited Cross ladles was good inten- J. Ham's chief notoriety comes of tho Hut tion misdirected tho Hartford Herald peculiar shade of his whiskers. wutertakes to ussumo our disapprov- whiskers will probably ho his downal of Red Cross work. Tho Harold fall. They havo mado him ridiculNo public niffcut toll it to tho marlnoH, but such ous as woll as notorious. nt. wlU not go In llurtford. Tho Uo- -, man can Hvo against ridicule, howTho funny Hiblksiti has duvotad columns to the ever Innocent. blight many n promising Hwvld's luohoe of Red Cross space. R'hile tho Rod Crosj ladies wero statesman. Twenty cents at Dill anti-tobac. para-graphe- rs E.P. Barnes & Bro., Beaver Dam,Ky. Riley's barber shop would relieve J. Ham of ridicule, but ho would rather suffer defeat for tho scuatorshlp than part with tho whiskers that have made him famous. May ho ho thinks he Is like Sampson; that his political strength Is In his hair. KIMIIALLS CHANCE. The Hon. Press Kimball, of Lexington, gives out a letter of withdrawal, from tho raco against Olllo James, that has a string to it. Mr. Kimball says ho Is in tho raco only for tho purpose 'of having tho nomination mado by tho people ut the polls, and not by tho committee, as would happen If there wero hut ono candidate. Ho says his name will appear on tho ballot, but that ho Is loyally supporting James and requests all other good Democrats to do likewise Kim ball's position looks ludicrous, but thero might bo another sido to It. Senator James Is a very sick man, and is confined In tho John Hopkins Hospital. If James lives Kimball's act iu calling on his friends to sup port tho Senator looks generous, and then should James dlo boforo tho primary Kimball would bo certain of tho nomination. It looks a bit Uko tho Fayctto statesman might bo unconsciously flirting with death. Uli.OOO JIH.V WILL REPORT AT of every citizen of tho country, CASH' TAYLOR THIS MONTH and wo especially appeal to tho Illiterates themselves to tako advantago of Louisville, Ky., July 15. Tho first this splendid opportunity to attend of tho July draft call will begin retho night schools and release them- porting at Camp Zachary Taylor t& selves from tho bondage of illiteracy. morrow. Tho Influx this month will Tho teaching Is freo to all and books bo tho heaviest ever received at any will bo suppled to those tumble to buy cantonment In tho country. It wilt them. Wo appeal to thoso moro total 22.000. Tho first Increment will favored In tho matter of education to consist of 3,000 Kentucky negroes, seek out tho lllltorntes In your neigh- who will report from July 10 to Julf borhood and urge them to attend tho 20. Krom 22 to 27 wblto Bolects will night schools. Many of them may bo received as follows: fed timid about tho matter, but give Kentucky 4,100 thorn encouragomont, and show them Indiana 1 inn tho ndvantago to bo gained, both for Wisconsin 5 200 Uholr own pleasure and convenience It will bo tho first time that re mid for tho good iiamo of tho state. cruits havo been received from WisTho schools will open soon, and if consin and many foreigners aro ovory citizen will do his duty thoro nmong thorn. Krom July 23 will not bo u man or woman loft In to 31 Kentucky will forward 1 411 Ohio county who can not read or .111010 negroes and Tennessee GOO whon tho campaign closes grocs. October 1. ' -no-wii- to, that should liavo tho hearty Because German domination would crush to chaos all that wo 13 a people trained Co freedom, hold dear, our first purpose must bo to win the war. But In tho meantime wo must lay a Solid foundation for our moral and economic exlstanco after the war Is ended. Ono of tho gravest dangers that confronts us, and It is one that attends all great wars of long duration, is a lowering of tho moral standards. The moral standard is tho measure of a nations greatness. Wealth wasted may be regained, men killed In battlo may bo restored by time, but a descending scale of morals Is an Irreparable calamity. Even a defensive war whets tho human appetite to destroy and boats tho human appetito for blood. Hate Is Inseparable from tho ovent of war, and how-ovnecessary, It Is a passion at variFOR FLETCHER'S ance with that finer fiber of society that lies us tho foundation stone of 0 morals. The ovll tendency of war should bo fitly recognized, and ovory MOONLIGHT SCHOOLS. possible effort bo mado to abort its its baneful influnco on the morals of Mrs. W. L. Mills, who is superintending Moonlight establishing tho nation. schools in Ohio county, for tho pur- When you feel lazy, out of sorts poso of touching adult illiterates how and yawn a good deal in tho daytlmo, to road and wrlto, Is progressing nice- you can change It to u torpid liver ly with her work. Mrs. Mills has which has llowcd tho system to got secured a list of tho illiterates on full of Impurities. HERllINE cures tho draft list and will give her first all dlsordors produced by uu Inactlvo nttention to teach these boys clomen- llvor. It strengthens that organ, tary reading and writing boforo thoy cleanses tho bowels and puts tho sys- embark for Franco. tem in good healthy condition. Prlco This campaign for stamping out GOc. Sold by Ohio Co. Drug Co. la iu Kentucky la a movement ! ! or Children Cry C-- CAST.ORIA I ed near Buck Horn, Kentucky, prlco ?40 per ncro. Contains some walnut timber that will niako saw logs. Also 0110 woll of lasting puro wntor. Call on or address L. D. BKNNETT, Esq., Hartford, R. F. B, n0. 3, or CAPT. WM. E. BENNETT, U. S. COMPROMISE IS EFFECTIVE Army, 120 W. 17th St., Owonsboro, IN HAFFY-CECI- L SUIT K 2t4 . Tho sale of morchandlso belonging Doing hnrd work in a bout or stoopto tho Huffy-Cec- il company, of ing position puts ii stitch in tho back Whltesvlllo scheduled for Saturday by that is painful, if tho muscles havo Master Commissioner Gray Haynos becomo strained, you can't got rid was not mado as tho parties to tho of It without holp. g Tho great pending suit effected u compromlso powor of BALLARD'S SNOW wherein tho dofondnut paying to tho LINIMENT will appeal to you most plaintiff a stipulated sum, will tuko btrongly at Buch times, because It is over tho stock of goods and assumu tho very thing you need. Prico 20c all Indebtedness. Owensboro EOe and $1.00 per bottlo. Sold by scuger. Ohio Co. Drug C. you need a good .cloanlng out. Is tho right thing for that purposo. It stimulates tho llvor, tones up tho stomach and purifies tho bowols. Prlco COc. Sold by Ohio C. Drug Co. m lafcy, If you feel 'blue," "No account." l'OR SALK Ono farm containing en acres locat- IIERBlNE porjk,-tratln- Mcs-llllera- , u dU wwir'tinwiiiwwfiiiiLHim'i)iiiTi,jinawife mwnii?iii' - I iiliMIWH'ii jjs li mumx rtr?" ' MUM1W tWMw tw - . rt ",TrTSJ'JVJk3' NEW ARRIVALS! New Ginghams INSURE your tobacco against linil, Now Is tho ilmo to sow red top and W. II. BEAN, Agent. clover seed art thorn from W. E. Hartford, ICy. ELLIS & DUO. 3t4 Rov. A. D. Litchfield will preach We have just received some very desirable merchandise, including fancy plaid Voils and Organdies. Also some in solid colors, in blue, rose, pink, grey, burgandy and green, worth on market today 50c yard. Our price 40c. nt Hnmllns Chnppel Sunday nt 11:00 supply of hltchcn Cabinets. A. Jf. nnd sco our nno beforo buying. savo you money. Wo have Just received a larco Call Can Miss Stella Qulsenhorry Is spending 312. ACTON BRO.S tho week with relatives nt Dundeo and Barretts Perry. It's really worth your whllo to attend E. P. BARNES & HRO. Beaver Mr. J. Edwin Rowo nnd daughter, Dam, MAJESTIC rnngo bargain sale. Miss Edwlna, of Ilnwsovillo, aro tho Thero's n real bargain In storo for" Bucsts of Hartford friends. you. Our Hosiery Is Right! The much sought for large plaid Ginghams are now in stock. Splendid for street wear and school dresses. Our special prices, 30c, 35c and 40c. New Woolens New mid-summ- er and Silks Mrs. Amnnda Rowo and Mrs. Don't forget that August 9 will Rortha Sncll, of Central Grove, aro bo tho last day you can get tho ilart- visiting relatives In Paducah. ford Republican for one dollnr n year. On and; after August 10 It will bo Capt. Jerry Tllford and wlfo, of $1.50 por year. Fordsvillc, aro visiting their son, Paul, at Camp Shcrmnn, Ohio. Misses Myrtle- Lashbrook, Lelln Glenn, Mildred Elgin and Messrs Mc?? Silks and Woolens. Also some advanced fall styles. 36 inch Taffeta Silk in black, burgandy, olive, regimental blue, Copenhagen, green and grays, all desirable shades, for mid-sumer and fall wear. Special price $1.50 yard. f McCall patterns carried in stock. It's our desire to please you. Don't forget this and remember that it pays to trade with a house that saves you money. Miss Lorcttn. Hoscn, who hns been Dowell Foglo nnd Goodell Woolen, teaching music near McIIcnry, has woro tho guests of Miss Gorln Fionor, vkvv "OR Hljpfis &? rz-- M returned to hor homo nt Select. near Cromwell, Sunday. Autumn Needs are coming near Gcvr.s and Garments must be just nr.t nd very smart Autumn 'A .J -A J'Aki I f ..'' McCall Patterns arc the fulfilment f your dsiirca ana tne easiest to rerjreduca McCall Patterns oJV RlcCall iWtl I'attercs for Aogurt Kcw 02 Snle. lisin ft, - If HVI Mr. nnd Mrs. J. II. Williams attend Mr. Luther Render, of Reaver Dam, ed tho Ohio County Chrlstinn Ccurch Is suffering severely of blood poisoning.Convention at Fordsvlllo Sunday. Mr. Render mado a slight ab- raison on his hand while handling Dr. Wlllnrd Lako and Mr. Guy hay nnd tho wound became infected. Rnnney and wlfo, of Simmons spent Sunday plcnlclng nt Borahs Ferry. Subscription to the Republican at tho old rate of $1.00 a year will not A completo lino In nil departments bo received after August 9, and wo Is whnt tho Ohio County Drug Co., can not receive subscription at tho Is constantly striving to keep up. 2t3 old rate to extend beyond August 10, 1919. Mr. J. W. Moslcy and family, of Oweiisboro, visited Mrs. Mosley's parMr. A. S. Burns, of Warsaw, Wis., ents, Mr. nnd Mrs. James II. Thomas, traveling auditor for tho American Sunday. Association, was here tho first of the week checking tho Mr. Carllslo Williams, who Is In tho books of tho local branch of tho As artillery sorvico at West Point, was sociation. nt homo Sunday with his parents at Hopewell. Have you seen Mr. E. P. BARNES, tho MAJESTIC range demonstrator? Mr. Asa Hnycraft nnd family, of Ho will be hero all week. Have Owensboro, wero visitors with .Mr. him show you tho greatest improvend Mrs. Lon White, of Horse Branch, ment ever put on a range. last week. E. P. BARNES & BRO. Beaver Dam. ' iraaenarn Registered You want good, durable Hosiery. When you buy here that's what you get. Hard to make you appreciate our great variety. We have Buster Brown and Phoenix Hose that don't fade, don't crack, don't stretch, and hose that fit perfectly medium and light weight. Prices, 25c to $2.00 You pay for' quality here and get it. If you have been troubled to get good Hosiery, come here 'for relief. The district exemption board has In a letter to the editor of this adopted a rule prohibiting attorneys paper, our old friend, Simon Smith, comng beforo it to practlco exemp who has been at Camp Taylor, tion cases. sayB ho don't know where ho Is going but he Is on his way, and headed Mr. Lon Smith, a farmer living on south. tho Heaver Dam plko, grew eight acres of wheat that threshed 33 bushOwen Hunter has resigned as local els per acre. food director and Mr. James H. WilHARTFORD, KENTUCKY. " liams is now tho autocrat of Hartford Isom Mitchell, a soldier hoy whose breakfast tables. He also has somehomo ia near Bells Run, has been thing to say about what and how commissioned a Lieutenant In tho much we shall eat at the other meals. Coast Artllery. Mr. S. B. Snell and family, of McPROGRESS OF THE WAR. make a paradise out of a coal miner's The Hartford Republican Rov. Walt or Creep preached at Tho two months old child of Mr. IIcnry, and Mrs. R. II. Brown and cottage. Nobody ever taught Fordsvlllo Sunday. Ernest Sorrels, a farmer living north Mrs. L. D. Ashby, of R. 1. McIIenry, that woman o' Jim's the art of wifehood. of town, died of stomach troublo visited their aunt, Mrs. Sally Stevens, "Allies Lines Holding Firm," Is .Il'LY JO FRIDAY Mr. F. M. Allen, of Centertown, Tuesday morning. good news from tho war front. Tho It Just came to her like tho moth to of Newtonville, Ind., last week-envisited this office Tuesday. gigantic offlenslve started by tho Ger- the candlo. Nobody taught tho mockThey mado the trip by auto. M., H. & E. R. R. TIME TABLE. Alfred, son of Rov. A. D. Litchmans, on a sixty mllo front, Sunday ing bird to mock, and nobody trained the humming bird to hum, and that Mr. Ed Barrass mado a business field, Is sick with fever, nnd some loath Bound, No. 115 On account of our carrying Barnes night, is hanging fire. The first news anxiety is felt by the family that ho Bros' double pa go ad this week the of the big offensive created a feeling was tho way of that woman o Jim's. a. m. trip to Owensboro Monday. ..9:06 Duo at Hartford Being good was Just natural wtln may have typhoid. Worth Bound. No. 114 usual makeup of tho paper is disar- of apprehension throughout the al- her, and Mr. Joe Wallace, of Roslne, called then she loved Jim. She lied countries. 6.4 E p. m. Duo at Hartford ranged. If you don't And tho feaon us yesterday. Mrs. S. D. Taylor, of Beaver Dam, ture you aro looking for in its ac(Both "Mixed" Tralni.) It was known that weeks of prepar- thought he put the arch In tho rainhas returned from a visit with hor customed place, look elsewhere for it. ation had been made for the effort, bow and tho twinkle in tho stars. Jim was a God. If somo-bod- y An Infant child of Ed Balzo died daughter, Mrs. Edgar Vaughn, and only days of fighting could meas-- . at thinks a man is a God he will' bo at Simmons last week. West Frankfort, III. the fierceness of tho assault. But Mrs. Charlie Barnard died at her tiro from tho first day tho allies were en- a God to them as thinks it, and Jim horpo in Joplin, Mo., and her remains News Personal Enquire Wlnsan Smith, of Select, .Mrs. R. Jones, of Madlsonvillo, who couraged. The old energy of the. was a God to that woman o' his. Jim will bo brought to Beaver Dam for was In town Wednesday. had been visiting her uncle nnd aunt, Hun army was wanting, and the wasn't no saint to anybody but that Tho burial will be at and Social Euents. held woman o his. At the mines he could Mr. Estil and Miss Emma Park, re- burial lines Liberty burying ground. She died strengthened stone. of tho allies days be cross and sullen and ugly, and Mr. R. N. Davis, of Cromwell, After four turned homo Monday. like walls of of typhoid fever. Mrs. Barnard on us while in town yesterday. fighting the German army has made none of the men didn't like him her marriage was a Miss Leach, Miss Mattlo TIchenor, of Nashville, but a single Important advance, and very much, but he was another mam ' reared near Beaver .Dam. Mr. Alva Arnold, of Horso Branch, who has been visiting relatives hero, andwas that over a narrow strip about flvo at home. The grime on his face and Deeds and motgages for sale at this was among our visitors Wednesday. went to Owensboro Sunday, where miles Into the French lines. Already the grease on his cap looked good office. Rev. T. II. Balmnln, who lives despairing of a line-lon- g she will spond some tlmo. drive tho to that woman o' his when ho come north of town happened to a very enemy is breaking its efforts into in from his day at tho mines. There Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Hancock, of M. L. Heavrln was In Calhoun Mr. Mrs. Joe Kahn died of senility, at painful accident Saturday. Rev Bal- - fragments ami attacking what ap- was beauty in hor face, music In her Owensboro, are visiting relatives Monday. voice and heaven in her eyes, when1 here. hor homo at Cromwell, Tuesday and main was driving a buggy, and meet- pears to be weak points. hor remains woro hurled at Green ing a thresher his horso became It is claimed that already more Jim's heavy foot crossed the threshDeeds and mortgages for salo at frightened. Mr. Balmaln was hold than 100,000 men havo been lost by old. Sho was modest and quiet, and. Mr. Hardin Duvall, of Horso River church, Wednesday. liHa ofllco. ing tho horso by tho bridle and tho the enemy, and that tho allies' losses not given to noise, even over Jim, but Branch, visited us whllo in town Wednesday. Dr. E. A. Carson nnd wlfo, of Cor-bl- n, lunging of the animal threw the bug- aro unexpectedly small. The French sho was master over the man. Sho You can get your Balo Ties at Ky., nrrived yesterday for a visit gy shaft against him with great force .nd American soldiers are bearing the never nagged nor sco!dednor frown2t2 BROS. and broko seyeral ribs. burden of the fighting upon the part ed, but knew how to be positive and Mr. Henry Felix, of Olaton, is visit with Dr. Carson's brother, Mr. Henry Carson, and other relatives. of the allies. No allies' canon, have firm, and yet hor manner had all tho J3uy that good Rofrlgerator from ing his son, who is a soldier at Camp Prof. J. F. Brunor, Principal of tho been lost. Unliko former offensives softness of a babe's and tho humility 2t2 Beauregard, La. ACTON BROS. Mrs. W. P. Rondor and little grand Hartford Graded school, has been allied soldiers are making advances of a saint. At Jim's command sho practicing useful and unostentatious into German hold territory, and aro would have laid hor neck on the block daughter Martha Mary Smith, of Mr. and Mrs. James T. Davis, of Wheat irt Beaver Dam is selling for wero guests of tho little girl's patriotism. Prof. Bruner is dovot- - taking great numbers of prisoners, to be crushed by his heel she loved Simmons, called at this ofllco whllo $2.12 per bushol. lng his vacation to assisting tho farm- - while it is too early to certainly pro- - him so and because sho would suffather, Mr C. E. Smith Sunday. In town monday. ors with their work. He gives assist- - diet tho outcomo of tho big battle, it fer hell for his sake he mado a very Mrs. E. W. Smith Is visiting tho Mrs. Lyman Rosenfleld and daugh- anco whereovor needed, and Is om- - seems safe to say that tho allies aro 'heaven of hor life. She had nothing Tho Broadway Coal Company is family of her son, Mr. C. E. Smith. ter, little Miss Carolyn, of Louisville, ployed almost every day. Ho Is not in no danger of tho sovoro reverses of that cringing cowardice that inhaving all tho miners' houses at Simworking especially for tho remuner- - they met In former offensives, and it vites contempt, but she worshipped nrrived Weduosdny to visit Mrs. and wholo WHEAT mons, repainted. Get RYE atlon received, but In order to per-li- s sister, Mrs. M. L. Heavrln. not lmprobablo that they may Jim. Sho let him know what sho FLOUR from W. E. WLLIS & BRO. form a useful service. turn tho battle into an important thought was great and nbble and good Commonwealths Attorney C. E. victory. The battle Is still in prog- - ,ln a an,anu Jim would a died heroro MAJESTIC rnngo bargain It's wouU1 havo shattered her ideal. Mr. Roy Foreman, of tho Goshon Smith wont to Calhoun Monday to week at E. P. BARNES & BRf. Tho canning club of tho community, ress, and wo shall havo to wait on'ho purchased a farm attend circuit court. mo, i uonc Know now that woman o' neighborhood, has storo next wcok. Don't fail to tako out on Routo 2, received n car of tin events. Jim's mado a paradise for two In that tractor. advantage of this special offer. cans Tuesday. Tho club has been in Now goods, comprising box paper miner's cottage, but I do know it was operation several years, and handles THAT WOMAN O JIM'S Jn somo way duo to tho miracle of tho York, of Olaton Route ready for your inspection at tho Mr. James Mr. nnd Mrs. James L. Brnshcar, of tomatoes chiefly. Mrs. Alonzo MIn- woman's 2t3 Louisvillo, who havo boon visiting lovo. Such arts aro nol 1, mado n business trip to Owensboro Ohio County Drug Co., ... w.u ... ........... iim (By I. D. Clalro.) taught In tho schools, and an old Monday. Mrs, Brashcar's pnronts, Mr. nnd Mrs. club's business. Tho canning club Mr. nnd Mrs. Ernlo Brown spent J. H. Thomns, will return homo to- is a community affair, and Is shared When you live in a houso with a bachelor like mo ain't fit to draw moral lessons from experiences he Sunday with tho family of Mr. Luthor day. Sco us for your Rubber Roofing. In by a number of farmers of tho woman for sovon years you know her, you money. ACTON Render near Beaver Dam. tho tlmo I lived at Jim's did not sharo, but knowln' how thoy that's community. It shipped a car of can-lan- d Wo can savo 1,ved l can understand how Jim 2t2 Tho now, smooth finish nod tomatoes to tho Louisvillo market Jim and mo batched together for three WOUld Call BROS. that WOllUin O' Ills hlS- Rov, and Mrs. Edgar Alton, of vBnm.nn.1 wl.n ..w ... ranges on display at E. P. BAR last season. ...... hnmnrrlP.1 llalnw.l' w. ..w .W..V. WM.U, JJioro wus room for three, and I stay- little Wonder Girl. Mr. W. O. Moats, county court Boavor Dam, aro tho parontB of a ton NES & BRO. storo, aro beauties. In every homo whero thero Is a ed. You should sco them this week durclerk, of Butlod county, was In Hart- pound girl, born Saturday. baby thero should also be a bottlo of ing tho spoclal demonstration. That woman o' JJm's nln't exactly ford Tuesday. -. .Airs. u. K. iiaynes and daughter, McGEE'S BABY ELIXIR. It may bo an a.ngol, but if thero was more llko A protracted meeting is in progress needed at any tlmo to correct sour hor thero wouldn't bo so many Tim Ohio County Drug Co., has a Miss Beatrice wont to Oweubboro suits and bachelors. Indeed It is being conduct- stomach, wind colic, diarrhoea or at Washington. For Infants and Children lino of box paper never before equal- Sunday and returned Monday, -- tJ ed by tho pastor, Rov. R. P. Hockor, summer complaint. It is a wholcsomo if tliore was one nioro, and she'd Hartford. cdln In Use For Over Years For oil stoves, Cook Stoves, nnd ovangellst J. W. Crandull, of remedy, contains no opium, morphlno sharo tho hardships of a miner's -Ranges, or anything in tho stovo lino Louisvillo. Much Interest has been or injurious drug of any kind. Price shack, I would bo a beimdlct. I don't Always bears rural-ca- rMr Rod Whlttlnghlll, pal-Signature of rioi at Fordsvlllo was nmong our at a money saving price, seo ACTON manifested in tho meeting, and thoro 25c and 50c por bottlo. Sold by know nothing about queens and OROS. aces, but I do know hoV a woman can Ohio Co. Drug Co. 2t2 havo been ten conversions to dao, Monday. visitors - for August Wtl.t Now on Sale 7il&Gb, Carson (l Co. I d. She-thoug- y. bo-fo- re Ma-tanz- as, Ros-onflel- J i ....u I -- .... CASTOR i A QaSy$f&&tiA j0 30 m , r -- X" u AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAVAAAAAAAAAAAAAA i 3 B B 1 -- J! 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Fruit crop very snort, iiven tion. .,i;ti. following men, placed in clas3 tho poor man's blackberry cobler Is Tho one under tho will conspicuous for its absence at tho next Friday, and threshing dinner. bo examined News has just reached Mr. James enough men from the list below will King, of near Sunnydalc, that his son, THE be added to the abovo list to mako Charlie, who was a soldier at Ft. SEWING the 37 men called for: Orglethorp, Ga., died of spinal menMACMkNI Rollio D. Foreman, Narrows. OF rt ingitis. The family havo tho symElbert Gregory, Rockport. QUALITY.. pathy of tho entire community. t, Jesse Kissinger, Deanflcld. Mr. A. M. Weatherford Is shipping r George Green, Wysox. a car of corn from Sunnydalo. Mr Francis M. Petty, Narrows. NOT Weatherford has shipped several cars .Gilbert T. Wright, Horton. SOLD of corn to market this season. wuue iuinion, ttcnois. U N,D E R "a., John Henry Thomas intimated last ANY Earl B. Chick, Beaver Dam. week that a certain party was In town OTHER Arnlo Hale, Fordsville. and was afraid to como around to his NAME. Arthur Adlor, Renfrow. z offlce. But as I know the party well, Wm. C. Faught, McIIcnry. I know ho was not afraid, for he WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. Dan B. Stevens, Olaton. never carries any money on his per" If you purchso the NKW IIOMi: you will Grannon Daugherty, McIIenry. son. hnveallfbiusrtnttiioprlroyoupny.nndwlll Louis Murray, Hartford. Our prices will appear each week. not havo nn end less chnl n of repairs. Mr. H. M. Ashby, of Jingo, who has W. Smith, Hartford. Jno. JWe buy poultry every day. been in poor health for several monWm. Guy Muffett, Narrows. Quality complicated lung trouble, ths, with a Jesse Bartlett, Hartford. -I Mr I iBF233SBECTKRSa is slowly Improving. Considered W. Franklin Thomas, Rockport. Tho two year old son of Wayne Lawrence Coy, Baizotown. it is the Deaver suffered a dislocation of the Wavy C. Young, Hartford. Cheapest ago. Mr. Deaver shoulder a few days Guy E. McDaniel, Cromwell. had a physician put the Joint in place in the end Charlie Taylor, Reynolds. and he Is doing as well as could be ' e In km- W. E. ELLIS & BRO, Managers. Ask tho MAJESTIC range sales- expected. License Xo. If you want a sewing machine, wrlto for man at E. P. BARNES & BRO. store oar latest cntaloguo before you liurchuhc to show you tho method of unseen He New Home Sevyini Machine Co., Orange, Mass," Tivlting on tho new smooth finish FOR FLETCHER'S MAJESTIC ranges. It's marvelous, morning and says "I will this day do Wheat Will Win The War. and introduces the greatest improvemy best to help win tho war." ment over accomplished In range VXDEK RABIHES TREATMENT From now . untill wheat sowing building. A noted English statesman said people of America time, the patriotic American farmer ,1w Mrs. Arthur Petty, of Henderson, recently that if the y TAFFY. who was bitten by a mad dog about had failed to save this year that Eng- will salute his flag when ho rises in ten days ago, and went to Bowling land and Franco would havo been tho morning and will say and say It Mr. Leslie Balrd's mule got chok- Green to take the Pasteur treatment. compelled to withdraw from the fight firmly, "I will this Fall sow all tho ed Monday, and Dr. Balrd was called Is so far doing nicely. After begin- and as a result the Allies would have wheat I can for WHEAT WILL WIN to dislocate the substance. ning the treatment the Bowling Green lost the war. This demonstrates THE WAR. A, number of friends and relatives Institute allowed Mrs. Petty to return the Importance of wheat and teaches surprised Mrs. Lewis Massle with a to her home at Henderson, and con- us that WHEAT WILL WIN THE Chainberluin's Colic nnd Diarrhoea birthday dinner Friday. Itomcdy. tinue the treatment under her local WAR. Mr. Vasco Balrd and wife visited physician. An examination of the The Government of the United Now is tho tlmo to buy a bottle relatives and attended church hero dog's head demonstrated that it was States realizes that the two most Im of this remedy so as to bo prepared Sunday. portant factors in winning the war are in case that any ono of your family affected with rabies. Obo Helm purchased a mule from t stove blacking. men and food and so is drafting tho should havo an attack of collp or GUARANTEED BEUVICE Ebb Funk, for which ho paid $200. O Joy! No more during tho summer months. best manhood of tho country for tho One hundred per cent MAJESTIC service in tho trenches and is callng It is worth a hundred times its cost Tho new smooth finish SOLDIER'S LETTER. Tlue. Bpeclal work for W. ranges at E. P. BARNES & BRO. on the farmers to produce tho max- - when needed. m O. W. store havo special burnished bluo mum amount of food. There Is no W. F. STEVENS, Wilson, son of Mr. Bob Wil- cooking tops that need no blacking Elton way for farmers to answer better List of Candidates to bo voted for B. W. D. 7. Hartford, Ky. son, of Olaton, writes to sister. application of Just an occasional this call for food than by sowing this nt the Primary Election to be held on Representing Continental France, Juno 24, 1918. retains their beautiful smooth fall every aero to wheat that is pos tho ilrd clay of August, 11)18. My dear sister. I am writing you blue color. Marble & Granite Co. , .. ... . sible and to sow It with such care that a few lines to let you know that It will yield a bountiful harvest. I am as contented as an AmeriThe patriotic farmer will give no can can bo threo thousand miles from thought to tho price he will receive homo. We are at present camped for his wheat but will think only of near a large, town, and the people of tho starving poor of Europe and our tho place are very kind to tho Ameriboys In tho trenches who are fightcan soldiers. Thero is a church there ing our battles and who must be fed. built In the year 200 A. D and also a Our boys aro drafted Into tho army house that Julius Caesar slept in. Instead I took Lydia E. Pink-ham- 's DEMOCRATIC PARTY. by tho Government and tho wages Also old Roman amphitheater ruins, Vegetable Compound they shall receive, which may be the and the Temple of tho Moon, an old wages of death, aro fixed by the GovUNITED STATES SKXATOIL and Was Cured. Roman templo bill stands in a jjooil ernment and tho boys do not spend WILLIAM PRESTON KIMBALL. btato of preservation. Baltimore, Md. "Nearly four yeara any timo figuring whether they can OLLIE M. JAMES. 1 am taking good caro of myself, I suffered from organic troubles, ner afford to fight our battles for these 1 should as my vousness ana headand doing overy thing JUDGE OK THE COURT OV aches and every wages. They know their country nas part to help win tho war, which, by month would havo to called them and they answer tho call APPEALS. tho way, will bo finished about next stay In bed most of without complaint or reservation. W. E. SETTLE. Treattho time. hummer when wo get ou tho lino In TF ton Trant to fncccetl J. W. HENSON. lit. ,. ments would relievo Your country is asking you to ralso as A iniiit jvu usual !,... anwt millions. wbt ii ikw In buiincss od !5u- mo for a tlmo but much wheat as possible and you will I hopo you and Dad and Mother my doctor was alClet out fifths ruti not spend any tlmo figuring whether t on th flrtni Hbs. xtmeA dear, are well, and that you won't ways urging mo to you can afford to grow wheat at the worry about me. I am all right. avo an operation. You y sister nsKeu mo prico llxed by tho Government. Good bye, and let mo hear from try Lydia E. Pink should realize only that your coun- you boon. nams lta-i- n j) - has called you and you will do eceiaoio Your loving brother, rimnAiinil tVis most Interesting and atcfal asfsilat, tad Xh llttttl money's worth. Crery tuonU ff consenting to an your best for WHEAT WILL WIN ELTON WILSON. 30O ArUde 300 Picture y operation. I took THE WAR. live uoiueu oiunnu I No thought should bo given to tho and all for only cents. All Um nnr IIEAVJII.V WINNING RACK. Mih I t llflQ completely Intentions In electricity and wireless, In REPUBLICAN PARTY. ( cured mo and mv possibility of being unable to harvest ' 'V automobiles and icroplsnes, la sbopwrk and iu farmina'. nnd Id Machinery. M. L.' Ileavrin, candlilato for tho work is a pleasure. I tell all my f r!cnd3 'the wheat next year for tho GovernHew to matt thlnsi at horn. tOfummrr UNITED STATES SENATOR. llniiiifillpiin iinmltmtlnn for .liultrn nf who have any troublo of this kind what ment will permit no wheat to go to month, Including refrigerators, wultrr )tuas. .tto. VcRetablo Com B. J. BETHURUM. tho Court of Appeals, has Just re-- , Lvdia & l'inMiam's me.NELUB R wasto but will nnd some means of Is tu Idnu. hag donQ f()p It writttnof silaia tasluh U BEN L. BRUNER. sua a,4 kor. a trip mrouKii .mci.uiui, UUITTINGIIAM, COO CalvertonRd., Haiti provldng luborors for tho harvest. lurneu irom I IS Cnta a Copy $1.60 Yar England has sent moro than six Daviess and Hancock counties, and more. aiu. CM It from a nrws.lraltr or wrlu' dliset to 5 FOR CONGRESS. It is only natural for any woman to mllon men to fight her battles and lepurts that tho Rupubllcans ho met fopoUrSclenca Uosttily, m Fourth At, H.f. dread tho thought of an operation. Sa JOHN P. HASWELL, JR. .)t0 of thl8 wlll hnrVebt this Fall on his trip through theso countlos many women have been restored to , rnc!? TsrMsc7irMiirMtnu.itut , rlVCJC Ur rutt aa4 nim tils ussured him there was practically no health by this famous remedy, Lydia E. I ""J arBest wheat crop in her JUDGE OF THE COURT OF Compound, after tory. What England has done AniVegutable opposition to his candidacy existing lias been advised that it ' oroa wjj ,i0i APPEALS. in any of tho counties mentioned. on operation Cnll on Tbe Repnbllcas for Flno F. J. PENTECOST. Kvery patriotic Amercan citizen Reports from other counties of tho V ' MUSKER L. HEAVRIN. lob rrlntinr saluUa his Hag when ho risB In the aro of liko teuor, and hi a forooubinittinstoiuihatrjlngordcal. district The Locnl Hoard hns received n telegram to Bond 37 white men to Cnmp Tnylor July 25, under cnll number SfiS. FollowinR arc the name, of the men already quallflod who will go In the call: tfnlvli' L. Stovons, Olaton. Jttle Daniel, Hartford. Ilr.mmie.A. Cardwell, Pokln, 111. A r.Btoe C Ualrd, Hartford. Byron P. Ifilcheart, Ccntcrtown. Alva Kvans, Fordsville. Hoy Plunimer, Drakcshoro. Hoscoo Hullock, Central City. Vernon Daughn, Narrows. Alva C. Chancellor, Hockport. Bob Davidson, Iteynolds. Wilbur Davidson, Fordsville. Lawrence R. Lanham, Fordsville. t Harold Coleman, Beaver Dam. Wames B. Burton, Olaton. Everett J. Bratcher, Horso Branch Bee Carpenter, McIIcnry. Leonard V. Curtis, Rockport. Ira Dougherty. Rcnfrow. David M. Barnes, Bowling Green. Willie Embry, Balzctown. Alva T. Kirk, Hartford. Owen Daugherty, Bajzctown. James L. Flener, Cromwell. Sanford M. Ollstrap, Select. Lincoln Gery, Echols. Nacle Crowder, Beaver Dam. Armit Greer, Hartford. Ernie Roach, Olaton. This cleans up all the men physl- cally qualified in class one the board has under tho 'first classiflca- - ntimunr of the counties, wo are advls- cd, thcro Is no opposition at all. Jlr. Heavrln's wollknown ability to pcrform tho duties of tho oiuce, and HH ...1.1 nnn..nln.nnnn tlfti (tin llftHM lilt. ' cans of tho district, through his vain-abl- o services as a momber of tho stato central commlttco for eight years, ns- -, sure his nomination by an majority. ovcr-wliBlml- ; ; ' New Poultry House i Produce s s5r .V.ljf TAKE OUR vj GERMINAL WILL YOU k f; SLwAwinMTftHFjra We have opened HKATINU TIIK MEAT THL'ST. t According to Wlnson Smith tho citizens In nnd around Cromwell are snapping their fingers at tho meat trust whllo tho fishing season is on According to Wlnson soino whoppers havo been taken from Groan liver Columbus Daugherty went recently. to his trot lino ono morning recently and took three fish weighing, To, riC and 11 pounds from the ono lino. George Tool caught n cat wcigh'.ig 50 pounds, and Commodores Johnson cat Ash from a net at olio took raising, but Wlnson says tho two dozen net catch were moderately small. If n whale Is taken from Green rlvc'r soon we shall feel no very great surprise, and It It occurs a. Wlnson promises to report the fact to us. 2-- House in Hartford, Ky., next door t oiler's grocery, and we are going to pay the highest cash prices every day in the week. AttrTj-i- .. n.c.'tr Y i tsx ftUKm&vinrr NShBT m fuimw. REMEDY A ffi vrt--J Trealircnl WEAK-01 '(or LUNGS LLOfMCANlDltS lilt. In a city nhcre good hoteU bounJ, the PowhiUn heads (he CONSUMPTION A nulck relief for that llrcd. run down feeling, coushs, pains In chest, ntsni swran. ,"""" thaces. weak lunm or consumption. If II oes as not help yon It costs you nomine. Lock dox oioi OHIO MEDICAL GO. COLUMRU o FOR ONE MONTH Hens 23 29 Springers . Roosters 13 Eggs, per doz. 31 Packing Butter, lb. 25 . cts. cts. cts. cts. cts. ! ! It It firtt In the hcarti of Its toustrymtn. K Uili RW kvif 3&tft$ MWUVYSJ VI. DR. Mnsonlo J. H.THORPE And FittuujofGlassc8 OWliNSItORO. KY- - wv4w I ! Kentucky Creameries, Owned and operated by Armour & Co., Incorpor- iiiukcu oLtiica x'uuu numiiiibuciuun ijicunsu No. L. T. RILEY, Manager. cilcu. t t SULPHUR SPRINGS. ... " The Tottliatin tt tcinrJ, exclusive, ami rcitfut. Its e.xctN Jrnt location on Pennsylvania Avenue, ISIh anil If bitten, makes tt a desirable headquar tcrs lor Imkl Court", tournt parties, conventions. Schools and colleges. , The Powhatan attracts the of culture and education. reople to State, War and Navv Deiurtments, also to man? points of historical interest, makes this hotel rsttcialty- attractive to a discriminating public. The Powhatan offers rooms with detached hath at $1.30, $2 00 and up. Kooms with private bath, J.SO, $3.00 and up. 'Write for booklet with mjp( CUFFO.ID M. LFAVIS. .u E1E, EAR, THROAT, NOSE Tompl I I iUlcvun-lrfI I i juun PATENTS ctriu Ka our THAT PAY, '!. n nt iMnltimvui;lil-,- t iprr.M' ani neii ;cu lu .ucrrm. for rncE rtport Cmlirulil. ihutoir on lAtrnuliUltr. W ynn' i.aetkv. 8UR PAS3INO niFCrCNCCO orfr.OuW una TI1ADC. MATHS l rciL'KIl nt ulncU , I I ih!i Ikmk B03-B0- B Sovonth Otront, mrHaniiNijiTUPI, o. c. to 1'ror.t.tiin I me ia rit to POULTRY WANTED! i Hens, 23c; Roosters, 13c; Turkeys, 15c; Geese, 7c; Springers, 29c; Eggs 31c. Subject to Change of Market. rVl?5?: hV 38 fi ' .2) e t! . .J-iLL- U!!' NEW 3 Used 40 Years ' HOME CARDUi The Watch These Columns Woman's Tonic Sold Evorywhero " r o DAVIDSON SEAY ADAMS CO. " Children Cry CASTORIA M sh IMt slKTsssissiiiiiiiiBi !7jsMsMsifc Ji POPUIMMCHANICS 300 ARTICLES-30- AiAGAZINB ILLUSTRATIONS 0 dlr-rho- fTEEP Informed of the World's Progress In fcncinrnnp. Mivhanlr nnH Tnvntlnn rn. ramrrnnaoon nna in tne family, it appeals iu ii usRC3 uiu ana i ounK-- .Men nna omen. ! tav f Tt)riii t,ome. throughout aihbhiui ioinou.iina.or tbo vorltL Ourlorelrn ' (Virm.tntJeotaarsronst.iitlron " lor tlUDgs nt and loi.rwUm thewntch and It Is .Written So You Can Understand ItJ IB XhV.r"f wpart""t .(20 1'an.t rontatn. tractlcal Hints fdl HhoB Work tnrit.a. imgnq luo 410010. iuimu m uu iniuKw (17 l'tujn) for hi. flora anil ' S?f"r ilrL.ollk.tomknthlni,!fll.howotk.Mri sevsa .!... A P iinnivui iurinAiocajiio,imprsiiarjporiiinsii sinolk COPIES. ts si.o ran tear tt IS I sou iBiavrann iininra r naitiu iia.is hum. hot Jew.lrr. ltM.1 Furnltnro. etc tlotiWIm In par-afll- ne POPULAR MECHANICS MAQAZINttE v nv mKnigin nvtnut, vmifAtH kx ultl fv DOCTOR URGED AN OPERATION 1x Get on theFMng'Line and CURE the LUNGS illthe cough! WITH lDesgovsiv iCiisg's v A 1 ! 1 r PTtTPT. mn m SAMlltitn u"mAi m in "uutina filil BtlUnFrtei lfai.Oa AND ALL THROAT AK9UIMQTnOU3lES. GUAHANTEEDSATIUFACl'OItt mum iiir. sua w vsk-t- wi'vir nTnTr 4 j. A.kJ; WJkjJt rmxm?PGXixVKn.nxar.i.'AX2i mm 'd . ipapcssc n &rU . VWI Int "-- w MC$ m Popular Science inorxtniy iu PFIOCIinrD ctrwna ,1 ,- I ' tnuiu iuAs, I itm aiTvtiv, I copjrlihu. .eta., in fii couNTrnrs. . : jjuwsr'i rjrrci j 114 11 asu.iigioH tu.$ lmi,V AND iitjre DEFENDED. ''''ul'l. I luMfri'Hr l ixm Uovr to obtam .u.ut, iWPy IS rCI ! M k IM b Ud p3 ' ....... moHc) "tfnt Md anjcjitniffjini. n.sI,3'KiiF!lTss tat, m Msl ' i V m H L.vali C'.n.t, star Vaf.l CtsUa fittst CScs, VIR'JHIHOTON, D. C. tocrrorotuujkt hfrlnjemert rnctlco Utlutlvr'y. I ' moncjr-wakln- r, tt step-MTl- iiwaxti (IOOD t). OSBTION cnntal&W$ If you tako tho praiiobon Tralnliiir. th SlB&'SfZffifffilPSlI am issss)ss(ssJtt ssstSssBsl Mto jsn urn, . i"7."TSV- - rtf 7 J m Miller's; thenco with said Miller's holo was mndo In tho road, a man MAKK THE GAHDEX WOKK OVERTIME lino to tho Warren Mill and Balze-tow- n with a shovolful of rock slipped In road; thonco S. with' said road botween tho lines of trucks and throw to tho beginning, containing 25 acres, If tho housowlfo of Amorlca heeds moro or less. Louisville, Ky., July 1G. A largo tho rock Into tho holo and then jumpTho above land was transferred to number of married lticn of Louisville ed asldo to lot tho trucks roll tho rock tho ntlvico of tho Untcd Stntes De partment of Agriculture, by fall sho J. M. Whlto by deed from L. C. Royal wilt bo Inducted nto tho National down. Farm and Fireside and wlfo, M. J. will linvo tho shelves of her pantry day of Februnry Royal, on tho 16th Army between July 22 and 20. 1899, and recorded Tho offer of a sot of kltchenwaro filled with food from her own homo In tho Ohio County Clork's ofllco In Thoro nro noLcnoiigh men In Class to ovory purchasor of a MA- garden, or if sho has no spaco for n deed book 21, pngo 58L "1," composed mostly of single men, FHEE to answer tho July call for 982 whlta JESTIC during demonstration wpok garden sho will can both vegetables on Also ono houso and lot. bcclnnlnir n and fruits In season. In cither event James stono on tho Brownsville rond, monjrom tho city of Loulavillo and Is genuine It Is an and Motherland's corner; 61 gift to every purchaser of n MAJES- hor pantry will bo full. thenco with said road N. 87 E. 20 ninety men from Jefferson county. "Make tho garden work all through poles to a stono; thenco S. 3 W. 12 Scores of men lmvo Just been "mov- - TIC range and tho prlco of this . remains tho summer and fall, and sco that poles to a stono; thenco N.3 E. 12 mii mi" liv tim draft- hoards from Upj rnnrco with n reputation .. ... ..,. .., poles to tho beginning, contnlnlng snmo, Sco this demonstration your fall garden plnns call for staplo 1 Bocoml. third nnd fourth classes by tho ncrcs. This trnct of land was tho reclassification process, and many during tho week commencing July storago vegetables llko potatoes, deeded to O. S. Whlto by F. M. Haven onions, beets, squashes nnd tho llko," nnd recorded In tho Ohio County of thorn will ho. needed If tho gov- 22nd, nt our store. on life. 10th. latest call Is responded to 13. P. I1AUNES & DUO. ncavcr Dam. Is tho injunction of tho United Stntes Clerk'sIn ofllco bookSoptember t HlRh In Ideals of home llfenndcIWc nil Ivhhln thenmountof readlne ernment's 1S9G, It brings to nil ages. The Most for hands. The Btst from nil sources. Department of Agriculture. It Is the nboro deed was 17, pago 75, and in full. lot transferred to 12 Great Serial, or Group Stories for 1918 tfcen 250 Shorter Stone, o easy to can early vegetables, and Whlto by deed from O. S. White J. M. DohiK (looil. hoards nro determined to Draft and Rare articles by noted authorities. "The best KdItorl.il Page in the Fow medicines havo mot with moro when canned they nro always ready wife, J. J. Whlto, on tho 4th dny of tho nllotments asked whoro It country." Current Kvents, Nature nnd Science, Family Page, Boys' Mny, 1907, recorded in samo ofllco Wo suggest that the ho dono without working hard- - favor or accomplished moro good than for tho table. can Page, Girls' Page, Children's race, Doctor's Corner, Things to Make, Money to Save, Games and Sports to Play, Companion Receipts. 52 issues, 2.00. Chambcrlnln's Colic and Diarrhoea housowlfo can peas, corn, carrots, in deed book 29, pago 578. And all ships. or which property was conveyed to f In many cases married men, oven Hcmcdy. John F. Jantzcn, Dolamony, beets, tomntocs, spinach, dandelions Ld Evans by J. N. Whlto and wife, Dora White, by deed dated January with children havo to go Into tho Sask., says of It, "I have used Cham- nnd other wild greens. 'Don't fall to gather In season and -- 7, 1910, and recorded In the Ohio nrmy on the July cnll where thoy con berlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Hcmcdy idea's Fashion Authority for millions of women. What to wear County Clerk's ofnee In deed book 39, lake it bow to save. 12 splendid numbers full of Fashions and n tribute no moro then f 30 a month to myself and in my family, and can can tho wild things llko wild mus- pago 578. - tard, cowslip and pokeborrlos thoy sections. 75 cents per year, tho support of their fninlllcs, and recommend It ns being an execptionPurchaser will bo required to in aro wholcsomo food. bond with annroved socurltv im whoro thoro aro sources of Income for.'nlly no preparation." "u ?f everything- - that will delight all agea, the Best Stories, the Latest Styles, "Tho better tho garden, the moro mediately after sale. jh Ofi family In addition to tho hustho Given under mv hnml Miia Mm icm. OLATOX OHj .STBIKE. saved for other comforts." band's salnry Scad $2.25 to the publishers of the paper in which this Offer appears and get dny of July, 1918. Coming nnd garden literature will Major Ilhodcs, at Frankfort, was jU 1HL YOUTH'S COMPANION (or 52 weeks. ALL FOR OTTO C. MARTIN, i im umr 11 10 new routn'S companion Drilling operation nt Olaton was bo furnished frco from the United 3t- and asked communicated with Master Commissioner. 2. The Companion Home Calendar for M L. Heavrin, Attorney. ! 2-2- 5 If married men would havo to nnawcr rewarded with a promising strlko of Stntes Department of Agriculture. 3. McCALL'S MAGAZINE every month " tho July call, when needed. Ho said: oil, a few days ago. Tho strlko was THB YOUTO'8 COMPANION-- BOSTOW. MASSACHUSETTS MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALK. Aro Von One of Them? "Thoso who havo already been reclas- mcado at a depth of about three hunThoro nro a great many peoplo who sified will havo to go," Of courso, dred feet. On nccount of tho wnter Ohio Circuit Court. this would apply to thoso whoso re- in the well It Is difficult to dctcrmlno would bo very much benefited by tak- Wnyno Spinks, et nl., Plaintiffs. Vs. Notice of salo. Pctro-Ment- a LEXINGTON, KY., BUSINESS IIHERI1T classification had been flnnlly deter- tho volumo of oil found, but, wo are ing Chamberlain's Tablets, for a week Relives Files Defendants. mined, upon appeal, or without appeal, informed, a very conservative oil op- or disordered stomach. Aro you ono Margaret Gray, act nl., lac ui Saconor Is ffittor R. Snili Bosbets CsDcft No matter how stubborn the Hy virtue of Judgment and nnd who havo been pronounced physi- erator says the oil found nt this shal of them? Mrs. M. R. Scarl, Baldwins-vlll- o, of salo of tho Ohio Circuit order case may be Petro-Ment- a will . Business, Short Hand, Type Writing and Telegraphri Court This eld and nwaffoll N. Y., relates her experlenco In rendered nt its May, 1918 term, for cally fit, or will bo, before tho quotns low debtb Indicates that when the bring relief. A trial will convlnco Oollcffo can do much for bah faA - tfi.J underlying oil sand is pierced a vnlu-abl- d tho uso of theso tnblcts: "I had" a tho purposo of salo and distribution you. go to camp. jvuuiKiM.cviipautuwnrii f. or sale Dy unio county ccnrlnii a .. f. v"i. .' Tl.f-- high &tant SKA.I.IA. may bo looked for. Tho bad spoil with my stomach about six of tho proceeds among tho parties Drug Co. strlko viiiuuiainBrut.ti. "ifc. Price 25c. I jjaassm entitled thereto, I will offer for salo 1 operators of tho well aro now casing months ago, and was troubled for two at eminent Employment. ThoiMJinaA tt InnvMfnl outcry to tho highest and Catarrhal Deafness cannot Bc.Curcd erauaates. ileglnanrtlme. ly local application!, ns they cannot reach tho wnter off, and will soon bo nblo or thrco weeks with gas and sevens best bidder at tho court houso door PEPAnTMKNT ron lUADirs,nnderthosaner. the dlscasril portion of tho car. There la to dctcrmlno tho volumo of oil found. pains In tho pit of my stomach. vision of a Lady rrlaclpal. 100 ladloa attending this Our In Hartford, Ky., on Monday, August only one nay to euro catarrhal deafness, Session. CsodBsirdLf homes. For particulars, address l C..4. UUl and that I iiy a constitutional remedy. Oil in quantity amounting to n druggist advised mo to take Cham- 5, 1918, at about tho hour of ono m nilUl-H-. t. .11C OpUia n a Ul(Tt. IIC lUlIlgl rVILBUR R. SMITH - LEXINQTON, KY. Catarrhal Deafness la cauard by nn Ino'clock P. M on a credit of six and I took a bottle twelve months, flamed condition of the mucoua lining of yield of one barrel a day, at n depth berlain's Tablets. the following describthe Eustachian Tube When this tube Is of three hundred feet, Is worth while, homo and tho first doso relieved mo ed property, Inflamed you have a rumbling sound or Imperfect hcarlnE, and when It la entirely on account of tho trilling expenso of wonderfully, and I kept on taking A certain tract of land in Ohio closed, Deafness Is the rrault Unlraa tho Inflammation can bs reduced and this tubo drilling and pumping such wells. ' them until I wns cured." Theso tab- County, Kentucky, bounded as folrestored to Its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever Many capes of Drilling on tho Wallaco well, near lets do not only relievo pain but after lows: Beginning at a black gum, corner are cauaed by catarrh, which la dnfness well. Tho tho pain has been relieved may pre- to tract ofMand conveyed to MInno French Dry Cleaned and Prenad la i Dundee, Is progressing nn Inflamed condition of the mucoua surfaces If all's Catarrh Medicine acts thru Superior Manner. m Hall, four hickories, two dogwoods. formations found thcro do not differ vent Its rccurrancc. the blood on the mucous surfaces of the eystcm anil black oak; thonco N. 20 E. 105 In tho field alWe will give One Hundred Dollars for muterlnlly from thoso any case of Catarrhal Deafness that canrvU ready developed near Hartford, ex- TO THE TAXPAYERS OF OHIO CO. poles to two black oaks, two whlto Send ni your Garment! ana Saw Kk 3s fl k iMB Jl be cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Ciroaks and chestnut, another of said Them cept the stono Is softer and less flinty. culars free. All DmcKlsts. 76c Hall's corners; thenco N. 77 E. 110 FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE K. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, O. Section 5 Chapter 11 of Act 101S poles to three small red oaks, two Antl-cllnconditions in tho Wallaco Dissolved in water for douche stop CLEANED CLUAN pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflamwell indicates tho oil sand will bo Contains tho following provls'ons: gums nnd n whlto oak; thence S. 20 mation.- Recommended by Lydia-E- . MAGAX. "It shall be tho duty of tho tax- W. 140 poles to a rock, marked H, Packages called for and ueliTerrt. struck at a tlopth of from two to Pinkham Med. Co. for ten years. near a blazed tree; thenco N. 85 to Mr. Louis Sharp is very ill nt this thrco hundred feet less than in the payers of tho county to' appear at the beginning. Said tract of E. A healing wonder for nasal catarrh, land "writing. Ho has been sick for sometho offlco of tho Tax Commissioner being supposed to contain 75 acres. THE ELTE PRESSING CLUB sore throat and sore eyes. Economical. Hartford field. time nnd his condition has grown between tho dates July tho 1st and lo ""ra,"Iy,"n"na and gemuodal power. Purchaser will bo required to dmcguu, or pM.psk lSaie I Free. 50c. all Company. Boitoa. Mm. by worso In the last fow days. bond Immediately after sale A. Iva Nail, Prop. October 31st and furnish said Tax V!". he 'aito.iTf.Ufl J .1. I. GOODMAN'S SOX with approved security. A Hon will Several from here attended church n complete list of their HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. MADE A SEHGEAXT. Commissioner bo retained on said land as additional it Sugar Grovo Sunday. property of all kinds and description" security. " Miss Irene Canary spent n few days Now in compliance with said Act. Given under my hand this tho 16th Arthur Ford Goodman, Is advanc last week with her aunt, near Uedn. ner near school houso at S. W. Corner I, or ono or moro of my deputies dny of July, 1918. OTTO C. MARTIN, of tract; thence N. 83 E. 34 poles and Ivan Kclley nnd wife, Arthur lug rnpldly In military training. He wfll bo in my ofllco nt tho court " tho service May 25th from 13 links to a corner near well; thence Master Commissioner. AVhltehouso nnd wlfo went to Sul- entered house to servo you. In order to avoid & Kirk, Attorneys. N. Ql Woodward E. 13 poles and 6 links to Louisville nnd wns sent to Ft. Riley, phur Springs Sunday afternoon. delay and rush please report at tho f the corner near school building; Sovernl of hot friends hero sur- Kansas, nnd assigned to cavalry, earliest possible date. MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. thenco N. 46 W. 50 poles and 13 links to corner in lano to "Hati"; prised Mrs. Mary Iloyal, near Friend- says tho Owonsboro Messenger Ho Respectfully, Is now with Troop B. 311th cavnl-r- y thence S. 52 W. 23 poles and 5 links .sjaasasMialllEJSSiiaA.e""1' '"' , hsi,.mju Ohio Circuit Court. ship, Saturday with a basket dinner. D. E. Ward. Alico Woodburn, et nl.. Sc5swpWa3B5-Jl'r3JeJ- t Plaintiffs. to corner in said lane; thenco S. 14 and has recently been made serIt was Mrn( Royal's seventy first Tax Commissioner. s. Notice of sale. E. 7 poles and 4 links to the Mandy of his company. Young birthday. The party ato with tho first geant Arthur Her, et al., Defendants. Martin lino; thence N. 80 E. 4 By virtue of a Judgment and order poles and 3 links to Mandy Martin's Cause of Despondency. plates used by Mrs. Itoyal when she Goodman Is the son, of Mr. J. I. Herald, E. 24 poles and Despondency Is often caused by of salo of the Ohio Circuit Court corner; thence S. 9 Sho bought Goodman, foreman of Tho went to housekeeping. containing camp was Indigestion and constipation, and rendered at its July term, 1918, in 20 links to beginning, tho set of plates during tho civil war and bofore going into acres, more or less. tho above styled action, for the pur- S nnd has never gotten a ono of them linotype operator on the Courier- quickly disappears when Chambcr poso of a sale and distribution of the Tract No. 3 A part of lot No 35 Journal. lnln's Tnblcts aro taken. Thoso tab proceeds among tho Joint owners of in the town of Rockport as shown on broken. For the Treatment of and the land herein described, I will offer the map of said town and fronting on lets strengthen tho digestion Mr. Emmett Hnyncs and family, of ROOSEVELT'S SOX KILLED. Tuberculosis m for salo at Public outcry to the high- Bluff Street, a distance of 80 feet and move tho bowels. Fordsvllle, spent Saturday night and est and best bidder at the court house running back parallel with Pine Maintained by the Louisms Sunday with Mrs. Haynes' parents, door in Hartford, Ky., on Monday, Street, a distance of 156 feet to an ville AsQulntln Roosevelt, son of tho for- HISMARK RESIDENTS August 5, 1918, on credit of six and ally, together with the house and Im Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Helton. sociation for the adequate mer president, was killed Sunday DON'T LIKE TOWN'S XAME twolvo months, at about the hour of provements thereon. treatment of tuberculosis in Miss Lora Drown, of Owensboro, engaged In an nir battle with all its stages at less than cost. ono o'clock P. M., the following desTract No. 4 Lots Nos. 42 and 43 spent Saturday night with Miss Opla while Kates $12.50 per weelc.includ-in- g in said town as sliown by the map of German planes behind tho enemy DIsmark. N. D., July 15. Agita- cribed property, .Brooks. board, medical attention, Certain traqts of land situated In said town, fronting on Pino Street, a lines. In April 1917,- - beforo tho tion to chango tho nnmo of DIsmark laundry, eta High ground School opened hero Monday, Mr. Ohio County, Ky., and bounded as distance of 156 feet and running United States entorod tho war, young received added impetus y when follows: commanding extenshe view. parallel wth Bluff Street, a distance Huber MlilkltT teaching. Delightful surroundings. Roosevelt enlisted with tho Cana- It was found that in tho night unTract No 1 Beginning at an ash, of 128 feet to an alley. Mr. Wllllo Muffett's baby has been Send for Descriptive BooVet All the coal underlying tracts Nos. dian aviation corps, was commissionidentified persons hud obliterated tho south corner of school lot, in Z. Har-rel- 's sick tor llio past week. DR. O. O. MILLER lino; thence S. 47 E. 12 poles to 3 and 4 has heretofore been sold and ed last fall, and this spring began nnmo on tho Northern Pacific railWright, Ithcda Physician in Chart Misses Emma gum and maple, conveyed to tho Rockport Coal Coma a nctlve sorvlco with tho American air road station signboard with yellow Z. stako nearandblack company's cor- pany. STATION E LOUISVILLE, KY, Coal Harrel's Whltehouso and Ethel Muffctt front. Tho paint. A six-foforces on tho French poles to Tho purchasor will be required to sign, erected near ner; thence N. 32 Y E. 40 JLJLJsLPJsUBCsl teaching Monday. a stono near a red oak, J. T. Carter's execute bond immediately after sale young aviator was returning from a by, read: A numhor of young peoplo from A Hen will N. 47 W. 41 poles and with approved security. corner; patrol fight when ho was attacked "To hell with this blockheaded 17 linksthenco stake, boing Carter's also bo retained on said land as adthis place attended tho singing school by an enemy squadron, and his cousto a corner, thonco S. 43 W. 23 poles to ditional security. at .Beech Valley Sunday. Mr. Joo in, Philip Roosevelt, who witnessed Hun. What did ho over do for us?" a Givon under my hand this tho 16th stake in corner of school lot; thence Sovoral downtown buildings Park Is teaching tho school. with lino of school lot, S. 4G E. 39 day of July, 1918. his fall, thought that Qulntln must displayed signs which read: N OTTO C. MARTIN, poles and have received a mortal would beforo "Chnugo tho naino of tho city to Containing 12 links to the beginning. Mnster Comlssloner. 7.95 acres. SUItGEONS ngreo that In cases of his machine crashed to tho ground. something decent." John B. Wilson, Attorney. Tract No. 2 Beginning nt a cor Cuts, Hums, Drulscs nnd Wounds, tho FIRST TREATMENT Is most ImporSQUIRE MCK1XLKY DEAD. Results tant. When an EFFICIENT untl- oE Is scoptlc Is applied promptly, thoro Squire Joo McKInloy, n well known Startle Rockport ,,1 rcspectod no dangor of infection nnd tho wound Peoplo report quick results from citizen of tho Doll's J begins to heal at onco. For uso on Itl,u communltyr died nt his homo in pure Lavoptlk oyo wash. A girl with man or benst, DOROZONE is tlioltno oarly mornig 0f tho 17th after weak, strained eyes was helped by IDEAL ANTISEPTIC and HEALING :BUrr0riiiB some months from a sovoro ONE application. Her mother could Fee! right all tho time. Don't lay oil AGENT. Duy It now and bo ready ill0art trouble from work for days by taking calomet Decedent served tho not sow or rood becauso of oyo pains. when pleasant Lio- - Vet'Lax keeps yo for nn omcrgency. Prlco 25c, COc, county and his community for sonio In ono week hor troublo was gono. A on your feet, whilorelievingyour trou,I $1.00 nnd $1.50. Sold by Ohio Co. tfmo as Justlco of tho Poaco and was mall bottle of Lavoptlk Is guaranteed le. Safer too, and easy to take. Dont m a man of consldornblo promlnonco In to help EVERY CASE weak, strained Drug Co. tako anything else. You can't afford sv t his section. Tho remains woro buried or inflamed eyes. ONE WASH startles Says 65 year Old Kentucky Lady, Who Tells How She Was Relicvd it Eliminates poisons, cleanses Bym tern and relieves constipation. A natJ GOOD ROADS SAVED FRAXCK. at Boll's Run yesterduy at 11 o'clock with Its quick results. Aluminum eye ural remedy, natural in its actions, sure After a Few Doses of t. fun-or- al cup FREE. Harrol Bros., druggists, by tho Masonic Fraternity, after in its efTect and certain in results. It Gootl rontls havo twlco savod 1 won't bo long beforo Uv- - Vc-La- x services, conducted by Row R. E, nt Rockport. wifl completely displace calomel in ever Franco In tho present wur. Jlntl It Fuqun. a if home.i Children can tako it freely MASTKR CO.MMISSIOXKK'S SALH. not been for tho radiating road syss Meadorsvllle, Ky. Mrs. Cynthia doses of " perfect safety. Every bottlo guar tem maintained by tho French govHURT IX RUXAWAY. Seventy years of successful use hat anteetl. 60c and $1 in bottles.) Norn Hlgglnbotham, of this town, sayr , "At Ohio Circuit Court. would havo ernment, tho Germans Claude Gray and Lawrenco Alton Dona KIpor, who sues, &c., Plantlffs. genuine- - without tho likeness and signa" a' ture of L. K. Grifisby. For salo by my age, which Is Co, the liver docs made Thedford's won tho battlo of tho Jlarno nnd woro seriously huit in n runaway acVs. Notice. standard, household remedy. Every fT. H. WILLIAMS. - HarUorst K had cident, near Beaver Dam, Wednesday. Elllo Evans Wilson, et n!., Defendants. not act so well as roached Paris. Tho Germans when younE. A few By vlrtuo of a Judgmont and order membor, of every family, nt times, calculated on only throo divisions Mr. Gray's collar bono was broken to stop tho and ho was othorwlsa sovoroly bruis- of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court years ago, my stomach was all out of need tho help that "being sent out from Paris can rondered July term, 1918, In mi win sssna itsBan nitu s sbsssbmssbI Instead, tho oxcollont sys- ed. Mr. Allen's anklo was seriously tho abovo at its for tho purposo of fix. I was constipated, my liver glvo in cleansing the system and reInvasion. cause, It posslblo for sprained. sulo mid distribution among tho didn't tem of highways mndo act My digestion was bad, and lieving the troubles that come from five divisions to bo sont to this front. The men woro driving a pair of pnrtios entitled theroto, I Will offor for salo at public outcry ,nt tho court It took so little to upset me. My ap- constipation, indigestion, laey liver, Again, shortly after tho buttle of(r0contly purchased western horses, houso door In Hartford, Kentucky, on petite was gone. I was very weak... etc. You cannot keep well unless your Verdun started, tho French rnllroad to n wagon,-- whon they ran away, Monday tho 5th day of August. 1918. many of tho. s I decided I would glvo stomach, Hvor and bowels are In good which wns to furnish about tho hour of ono o'clock P. M., Seo the new finished MAJESTIC upon a credit or islx and twolvo supplies to tho troops wn destroyed. a thorough trial as I knew It working order. Keep them that way, Succeed when everything else falls. months, tho following described propTho French government, however, raugo sanitary, easy to keep clean, erty, was highly recommended for this Try In nervous prostration and female t: It acts promptly, foot economical, and a beauty. Call nt had o liiacadum road thirty-tw- o weaknesse they are the fcuprems A track of land in Ohio County. trouble. I began tak.ng It I felt gently and In a natural way. If you of tralllc, our store this week und let tho fact- Kentucky, bounded as follows: remedy, at. thousands have testified. wide on which four lines better after a few doses. My appetlto feel.slugslsb, take a dose tonight flFOI Beginning nt the Cromwell nnd two In either direction, woro main- ory representatlvo explain to you KIUNY, LIVER AND thonco E. STOMACH TROUBLE tained. Day nnd night 14,000 motor tho advantages of tho range with a Brownsville road; to n gum with tho Improved and I became stronger. My You will feel fresh tomorrow. Price I Brownsville road In J. M is the best medicine ever sold teputation. trucks carried mon and equipment. White's line; thonco with his lino bowels acted naturally and the least 25c. a package One osnt over a druggbr's counter. stopped. Wheu a E. P. UARNES & DRO. Beaver Dam. to a whlto oak, comer with Eldeii trouble wu ioon righted with Tho tralllc never Uw All druggi' 3IAimii:i MUX UIJINO TAKKX IX DKAI'T AT LUUIKVIIiTiK Biggest Heading Kijjs IfI ffifPB Value for your Family ut -- C The Youths Companion pro-vld- McCalls Magazine -rjs ' ex-cu- to fif, Jr S0 a3 to-da- y , :c sb. s.yv.". . at A to-w- lt: Ladies' and Men's Garments Every Woman Wants EB sll ilB to 1 jap"" 10 Hazelwood Sanatorium -- to-w- it: to-da- bo-g- an ot to-d- USE LI V-VER-- Will' For Lazy Liver and the Troubles Constipation. LIVER DIDN'T ACT DIGESTION WAS DAD Blaclc-Drauga- an-wit- h Black-Draught- Black-Draug- Black-Draug- 1 Black-Draug- ht to-wl- Black-Draug- Electric Bitters lit J- - 'sJUfAAtftSElU - IsAW'S IWiNITV Vl'IIKIiD. iWitlv jst Self Start i .vvOLiiiL-A?: ;JEW--.Y jifwrif x. .UI?-ZC-T Y uuJ-astwi- TLKk&fTy 'oKr-i!r22525M- Sf.; 'iV-?Str. t ii e m i "A'"....-i-f mj xjr M w Ltf-sviz- ralMfeg i. S5a?1XoSII gwafesr , t . ii' '..,' . -- v ,- -. n ' i j 4 i .. 3Ji2te l W - v Biammmmi iir r' lff. a MESuxsmrF rBar jfzi2n:iiu:gJ : '. ,L'.-.c- 4 r iMSt Model D ,wif ifefKcr : Tho majesty of tho law was thoroughly vindicated in county court hero Monday. Tho offenso charged was trlffllng but tho malntonnnco of tho law's dignity may appear In n prosecution for stealing a pin no loss than for purloining n trny of diamonds. Vob Howard, of near town, was before tho court on n chnrgo of carrying away and appropriating to his own uso about six rods of barbed wire, tho property of a Mr. Patton. Whlto taking his cows to past tiro Inst year tho said cows would occasionally crop Howard's com, and to protect his neighbor's crop Patton took somo of his own barbed wiro and strcached along tho road by Hownrd's corn field. Sometime this summer Howard, who is neither a lawyor nor n philosopher, nssuming somo sort of right and title to tho wire, put it to uso on some other part of his farm, whereupon Patton haled him into court. Howard's attorney valued the wiro Children Cry for Fletcher's 7 Ibo Kind in use for over over 30 years, hns borne the signature of You Have Always Bought, and which hns been . &CCUM. are but " All Counterfeits, Imitations and Experiments that trifle with and endanger tho health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. "Just-as-good- fs Wt&fyy. 0 d?-7ll- and has been made under Ids per-50nal supervision Bince its infancy. Mow no one t0 dccejVe you in this. Here's what ono man end a Tractor can do In a day o( 10 hours t Mollnc-Unlveri- Plow 7 to 9 acres; disc 27 acres tandem disc: disc 38 with a i. aura with a t. diaci harrow 76 acres with a 20-- f u peg tooth harrows plant 22 aerea with o two-roplanters plnnt 43 acreawith o four-ro- w planter; cultivate from 1 4 to 20 cultivator; euea with a two-todrill 35 acreawith a t. grain drills harvest 25 acrea with an t. grain hinder; harvest 10 acrea with a com binder; mow 25 acrea with an t. t. mower; rake 40 acrea with rakes rake 25 acres with an t. aide delivery rake; load 12 acrea of hay. In addition, it can he uaed on the belt for running threshers up to capacity, ailo fillers, com shel-ler- s, feed grinders, wood saws, clover hullers. pumps, hay presses, etc No end of odd ioba that can be done with tho MOLINE UNIVERSAL TRACTOR These new features, together Because of its ideal design, construction and performance, with the well known type all the weight this new Moline-Universcontrol enables one man to farm more on two wheels, land and produce more food and ability to do all farm work than ever before possible. It is including cultivating make the Model D the the world's most dependable best tractor money can buy. farm hand. Conservatively rated at New features include has electric lights; electrical the new governor; perfected overhead-valv- ample power for heavy belt work, engine that and can plow as much in a day is free from vibration; complete with two plows as the ordinary three-plotractor, because of its enclosure of all moving parts; greater speed. Yet it i3 light differential lock which increases enough for such work as cultivatraction. ting, mowing, etc., which do not Drop forgings, require so much power. parts, steel cut gears and unWe will be glad lo tell you nil about usually large bearings add extra this wonderful tractor. The next time you are in town call on us. years of endurance. Moline-Universal al at about tho proverbial "thirty cents" and tho attorney for tho commonwealth sat steady in tho boat on tho question of tho majesty of tho law, and tho "majesty" won. Tho court in n briof but positive opinion directed that the dofendont bo held to tho grnnd jury, and released him on his Now the question own cognizance. of tho further support of tho law's majesty Is put up to tho next grand jury. But grnnd Juries aro sometimes a mutton headed lot, and to burden the circuit court with But anywhat It regards as trifles. way tho mojosty of tho law is so far vindicated. re-fu- Castorla is n harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It Is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its ngo is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has iwen in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, nnd by regulating the Stomnch and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural Bleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTOR I A GENUINE CASTOR I A Bears the Signature of ALWAYS one-ma- n ' Moline-Univers- al self-start- 9-1- 8, 4 In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought OB Moline-Univers- al e, four-cylind- er w heat-treate- d E. P. BARNES & BRO. BEAVER DAM, KY. ho'll When about to buy nn nrtlclo such us a range, that plays nn important part In tho dally routlno of the home, it pays to examine it carefully and bo sure you aro getting tho best range value. A ran go expert from tho factory will, during tho week commencing July 22nd, show you how tho MAJESTIC is built, why it lasts so long and why it is tho best value. E. P. BARNES & BRO. Beaver Dam. a !fvssi PHOENIX SILK HOSE ALL COLORS TNf CfNTAUH COMfANV, NKWVOHK CITV. m to adjourn that a BEADS ODDLY STRUNG. against ofmotion his Job. be sick (By I. D. Claire.) If paper keeps a goin' up like it Jailor Tichenor burned off his gar- has been lately paper ono dollar bills Tich had been doin' den Saturday. will go to a premium over gold. dry gardenln' I knowed a newspaper man to buy A part of us air in France battlin' a thousand dollars worth or V. ar with the Huns an" the rest of us is at Savings Stamps, hut he hadn't boen homo battlin with tho profiteers. in tho newspaper business very long Fuel Commissioner 'Garfield says wo must stop the uso of coal in mak-i- n' HAIL INSURANCE. liquor or freeze this winter, an' Tinsley rises to remark that if we had The Hail Storm Season is plenty of liquor we wouldn't need much coal. Here. Insure Your Tobacco . In order to conciliate a lady neighbor of ourn we hereby take back retract and disavow, all we said about one's neighbor's chickens a beln Has it over oocurred to you that a wnm.nnt rnncH wastes money in trouble makers. 'burning too much fuel and spoiling who will "When the peace treaty is signed food? A range export .,.- r. in cn.fr, . ft wont have the brand "made in '.nave cnarge 01 inu- jijumhu YE.nt Germany" on the handle of it. during the week commencing July 22nd wilt show you My wife says the tater bugs has ,hov tho MAJESTIC range cuts 3tartetl a new olfensive on the eastern down household expenses. front of our war garden, but as that E. P. names & BUO. Beaver Dam. ground is of no particular strategic importance I am a goin' to let 'em XOTICK TO C'OATi Ol'KKATOKS take it. AND OWXKKS OF SMALL MIXES If Uattie Nail does jlno tho Salva- Coal Prices KnVrtivc June 21), 1018. tion Army ho will make u bright an' , Wo aro advised by the Fedoral shinin' member. .Fuel Administrator for Kentucky that 'effective Juno 29. 1918 at 7 A. M. If Wilis Ward keeps a workin like maximum price for coal produced ho does now he wont live through the from the Western Kentucky Coal 'fields, aro as follows: dog days. $1.90 MIno run "When 2.15 Don't cuss high charges. Prepared sizes somebody digs you JitBt dig sotno-fiorslack and screening,. . 1.C0 else", scorns to bo tho general If there is any reason existing nt juotto in business., any coal mino or with any owner or oporator of a mine furnishing coal "Whom tho Lord lovoth Ho chast-enotli- ," for general consumption In this counan' a good muny wives is ty why such owner or operator cannot comply with tho abovo prices such Jhe same way with their husbands. owner or operator "should at onco They never sing "Jesus Paid It All" como before tho County Fuel Commitwohn they are takin up a church col- tee and explain such reasons, j lection. It is specifically urged that coal bo bettor screened and cleaned at "God tempers tho wind to the shorn tho mines beforo being sold to tho lamli" is mighty sound scripture it consumers. Shakesphero did write It. AVo aro acting directly under tho j advico of tho Fedoral Fuel Adminisl'arents who turn their children tration and will appreciate it if tho looso and let thorn grow up can point abovo notice is given proper attention with prldo to tho fact that tome of by nil persons interested. them got by. OHIO COUNTY FUEL ADMINISTUA- TION COMMITTEE. By UOWAN HOLUItOOK, Ch'm'n. Tho traitor to his country is tho fellor who don't caro if the soldiers W. S. Tl.NSLEY, Mombor. "do go hungry so his paunch Is filled. A. D. KUIK, Member. ty with CALP. KEOWN, Hart3t2 ford, Ky. m Experience) in thousands of homes tlon't know whether of not is dead, but nil Europe does has proved that tho MAJESTIC is tnow that old Hin was n boss in his the ono ruugo that gives real satisiny. faction und cuts down tho cost of living. An export from tho MAJES-ti- c factory will bo at our store durIf tho President will give nil tho women tho right to voto and let 'em ing tho week'coinmonclng July 22nd, take a .vote on whether or notwo and will show you why the1 MAJES-ti- c Is tho only range for you. ' till sond any moro of their boys to SrancQa-.l'-l- l bet a Joint resolution E. P. 1JAUNES & BRO. Beaver Dam. 1 When vou hnve Backacho tho liver FISCAL COURT SESSIOX. or kidneys are suro to be out of gear Try Sanol, it docs wonders for the The Fiscal court met in adjourned liver, kidneys and bladder A trial session hero Friday, and transacted 50c bottlo will convince you. Get it business. Judge considerable routine 46-at tho drug storo Cook, county attorney Kirk and all the Justices were present. Ohio County Court Worth Tichenor was allowed ?53. Mont Johnson, et til., 50 jailer's fees. Vs. Order. Henry W. Taylor was allowed $4S Motion to change boundary of prebridge lumber. for cinct. Charlie Smith ?190.70 for caring Como Mont Johnson, Arvln Tichfor inmates of almshouse. enor and M. F. Tichenor and move the H. A. Ash by $175 for bridge lum court that they be transferred from ber. tho Beda voting precinct to West S. A. Bratcher $75 for sheriff's fees. precinct, which moBlankenship allowed $213 Hartford voting Claude tion being submitted to the court and for hook typewriter purchased for being advised sustained county clerk's oluce, and $S5 fees as tho court said motion, It Is now ordered by tho clerk of tho county court. court that the boundary of Beda votAn order was entered for buying ing precinct No. 3 be changed so as a scarifier with which to rework tho The o exclude the farms of Mont Johnson, Hartford and Beaver Dam Pike. Arvln Tichenor and M. F. Tichenor, cost was $315. in on the ac- which farms aro now ombraced Adverse report mode said Beda voting precinct, and tho ceptance, In its present condition, of voting precinct of West Hartford is the bridge across Panther creek, near changed so as to Includo tho Reynolds, but an allowance of $2.- - ordered St. farms of Mont Johnson, Arvln Tich500 made to the builder, the East enor and M. F. Tichenor. Louis Bridge Company. payment Appropriation made for FOR SALE. of the oincers of the primary election to be hold August 3. pay Ono Gasoline Engine 10 H. P., 1 Ordered that county clerk salary of county judge and county pair French Uuhrs, 1 Shellor.l Crushattorney monthly instead of quarter- er. Belting and all necessary fixGEO. CAUSON. ly, as heretofore paid. tures. Centortown, Ky. County attorney allowed $75 for 2t2p ollice rent. Judge Cook, Esqulro W. S. Dean THE EXTINCT HOIIO. and sheriff S. A. Bratcher appointed a commltteo to supervise tho work of The Hobo Americanus Is an exgrading tho threo mllo section of tho tinct species. In other words, tho Hartford and Hardlnsbttrg road lead tramp gone. Tho vast number of this ing out of Hartford. Tho committee trlbo at tho height of its prosperity will servo without pay. may bo guessed from tho fact that about 5,000 vagrants woro killed OM) FALSE TKETII WANTED every year while stealing rides on IF BROKEN DON'T MATTER trains or trespasslngon tracks. Ono Wo pay up to 15 dollars per set. Also sociologist estimates that In tho goldcash for Old Gold, Silver and broken en ago of Hobodom tho tramps numJewelry. Check sent by return mail. ber half a million in tho United Goods held 10 days for sender's ap States. proval of our offer. Mazer's Tooth Two tilings have helped to mako Specialty, Dopt. A, 2007 S. Dth St., tho tramp species extinct. Ono Is 43tl5 tho fact that tho younger tramp Philadelphia, Pa. has gono to war. Tho second FOR SALE. fact Is tho prevalence of jobs at high pay. Pea Hullor . .$150.00 Ono now 30-lPublic opinion no longer tolerntos 2S-lPea Huller'. . 100.00 Ono old "handouts" to wandering men when Pea Huller . . C0.00 work Is all too evidently plenty Ono old 32-IPea Huller. . 50.00 enough to mako loafers and pun- Ono old 24-l25.00 Ono now Pea Hullor worst slackers. Tho 200.00 hundlors tho Ono 10 II. P. Tractor Engine-public was "easy" whllo men woro One 8 II. P. Portahlo Gus really unable to obtain work, but 200.00 Englno when work overywhero actually bogs 50.00 Ono Hay Press for men the public hardens up considOno 4 II. P. Stationary Gas erably. Tho troublo of living . 150.00 Englno ...-much Intensified for tho tramp, 85.00 Pump Englno Farmers too, by its high cost. Dread Is no D. L. D. SANDEFim, Agent, longer ns free as tho air, and the IJeavor Dam, Ky. 2t3 meat for tho sandwitch filling has too precious a commodity to Sanol is you got up at night? Do for all kidney or blad- glvo away to men who will not work surely tho host der troubles. Sanol gives rellof In to get It. So tho era of tho tramp passes. 24 hours form all backacho and bladder troubles. Sanol Is u guaranteed And, what Is moro, tho outlook for a bottlo at romedy. 50c and $1.00 universal training' und plenty of work 40-tho drug store. yr olo-mo- nt n. n. n. n. . es bo-coyr $1.50 to $2.00. S i--iv !VSSS Starck Pianos No Money in Advance Sntiitfno-(io- n c.r IMM ri.fv:-rIVtllllKY. W HARTFORD, v aatooil vBLLLm' lit Gnar LowcHtNet Enh1 TorniM -- a Fact 'jy 1'rloon S20O A SnvinjJ of t 610O to P. A. STA1CK RE8IDtNT From Fac (ory Direct ' J. " ' I1 ,i i oyyoro, ii ,ii W will ship you a beautiful Starck I'lano for 30 days' frro trial. In your homo. No cash payment required. All we auk Is that you will play upon, uso and test this piano for 30 days. If, at the end of that time, you do nut find It the highest grado, sweetest tone J and finest pluno lg every way, thnt you luvo over ecen for the money, you aro nt perfeo' liberty to send ltliaek, and wo will. In that event, pay the freight both ways. T, Is Otarck I'luno must make good with you, or there Is no sale. 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL f iJTPi i i.iiiJrtr'F I VJZl Save $150.00 or Mors We ahtp direct to you from our factory, prlcci that uve you upward of $150.00 In Uio cost of your piano. We guarantee to furnlab jrou a better piano lor tne money man jou ran You are assured of receiving aecure e'.acwhcrc. tweet tontd durable high grade a ut'ifactor piano. it Easy Payments You pay no cash down, but alter SO daya of trial, )ou can begin pijincm on the low. est, easiest terms ever suggested by a pisno manufacturer. These terms are arranged to suit jour comrnlcnce, and It is MilMe for you to buy a piano for your homp, without missing tho money. 3R.Vaat CiiarttNlaa Ercrr Btarck Piano ll fruaranteed for 23 yean. Till! guaranty ha! back ct it our 35 yrara of piano experience, and Uio reputation of an responsible piano Louse. 2nd-Ha- nd largalns land (lightly t large numVr of piano ofusol all and second hand We have constantly on 50 Free Muslo Lessons every purchaser of T Btarck riauoa, we give free muilo lessons, in one of the but known achooli la Chicago. These lessons you rin take In your own home, by mail. Tlili represent! oni year I free instruction. standard makes Uktn In ex clunzo for new Stank Pianos The followand I'lajcr-l'lanos- . ing are a few sample bargains t Weber Steinway Chlckeriug Kimball Starck Second-han- $110.00 02.00 90.00 05.00 193.00 bargain list. Btarck 1'laywl'lanc art the lieat and most beautiful Plvcr Pluot ou the i"ou win M w market. lUhted with the many ex tluslvo featuris of then wonderful Instruments, and will tie pleased with the tery low prlcca at which they can be secured. 0 Send todav for nnr nt tttautlfully Illustrated plans . hook wiucn gives you urge amount of Information regarding pianos. This book will interest and piease you. write today. PlaycrNanM aiaroK .. .. Piano Book Fret. Bend for our latest complete P. A. STARCK PIANO CO., for all aftor tho (war nromlso that tho hoho wil bo extinct for good and all. Tho now spirit will hardly tolerate professional slackorism States ovorywhoro aro passing laws com- d polling men to work, ablo-bodle- 1043 Starck Bldfi., CHICAGO toA live on or not. Tho Jdlor, rich or poor, Kratos on tho burning' spirit of If thoy won't work ot tholr own inltativo, thoy must bo led to it Minneapolis Tribune to-da- whether they have manoy enough 1 '" - nB.fr' y1 - j-- - 4!. X 'V "Ml .. v. 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