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F0CI1 PUTS VALUE DEVOTED TO TIE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No. 4 37 OHIO COUNTIANS HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 26, 1918. prominent woman. The note warned tho woman to leave Whltesvllle within ten days. Tho noto was signed, but It Is not thought that tho person whose namo was signed to It had anything to do with tho act. It is thought that an Investigation will bo made of tho matter, and legal proceedings may I 1 f nntl accompanied by the clerk proTIDE OF BATTLE TURNS. On ceeded to tlio Judgo's residence. account of tho lateness of the hour After many weeks of weary waiting tho tide of battle turns, and tho ON LIVES OF MEN the J lid go assumed It was only somo allied nations aro cheered with news of the triumphant march of their gontlcman calling on business and appeared at tho door In his pajamas, gallant armies against a receding foe. July 15 tho German army startwhen Mr. Dlnnkcnshlp directed him ed Its third offensive, and there was some dread In taking tho measure Knew to retire and dress for company, Af- - j 0f Its fierceness. Hut Its opening guns carried a feeblo sound, compared Master Strategist He Was Doing In tor tho necessary preparation of tho with former Hun ferocity, and after four days, during which tho enemy What affairs of tho household tho couple made small progress, tho allied armies, with redoubled effort, begun to ,. Hun Attack. woro Invited In und tho ceremony performed In tho parlors of tho slowly push tho enemy back, and after a week "of terrific fightEverywhere advance is being made it ing, tho allied advance continues. Judge's residence. (Ily Robert S. Doman. . is an allied advance. Around tho German salient driven into tho marne Paris', Juno 25 (By Mall). EDUCATIONAL HOAUI) MKETS tho French and American troops aro fighting with the fierceness of a by fatlguo his head fell uparmy of many thousands of men on his maps" I'romlcr Cloimnccau Tho Ohio county board of educa- wounded tigress. Tho Crown Prince's could have paid no grcatei trlbuto to tion met at tho oITIco of tho county Is caught In a great horso shoe, and the allies aro closing in at tho calks Gonoral Koch, tho man upon whom superintendent Saturday. For tho first tlmo during tho war tho German morale is breaking under the tho fato of civilization depends In tho j Tho following teachers woro elect- fearful strain of our armies. It is too early to predict tho final outcome great bnttlo now approaching Its cul- ed: Mrs. Gcrtrlo Funk, Clearrun; of tho battle, but it is cheering news to learn that for tho first time slnco 'Mrs. Grace Tllford, Actnavllle; Mon- minating phase army in the field the Huns aro forced to fight American officers who saw General nlo McDanlel, Olaton; Kate Swln-har- t. the entrance of the American Foch at work during tho great GerPalo; Sadlo St. Clair, Cedar on tho offensive. Tho allied progress is not rapid, but it is a steady drlvo from day to day. It Is an unbroken record of victories. The enemy man rush toward tho Marno and tho Grove; Anna Purcell, Mt. Morlah." subsequent about faco toward tho Una Lcslo Hratcher was elected trus- has brought up all avallablo reonforcements, and although it is making a of tho Ourcq all testify to tho groat tee for Leach dstrlct. stubborn resistance it is failing to hold its lines. For a whole week now nffcctlon which Koch's fellow olllccrs Tho board raised the High School ono third t.. tho dally story of the successes of our armies varies only in the area adliavu for him. tuition from three and Hut tho affection which tho French three and ono half dollars a month vanced and tho number of prisoners and guns captured. Tho conclusion general staff entertains for tho allies Tho Superintendent askwl the seems warranted that this battle is to break the strangle hold of the Hun anastor strategist Is nothing In com- - board to raise ubout ten thousand on tho fair fields of France. to that which tho pollus havo Mars, by borrowing, to supplement tho for tho veteran of 1S70. With Foch salary fund fcr teachers. Owing to IIOILEI) DOWX. CHOOSING KOAI) MATEIUALS. directing tho operations tho pollus tho unexpectedly low per capita for not ono of their lives will this school year tho Suporluandent know that Up to Sunday night the American Thcre aro many inalienable rights be expanded without anxious thought would b i unnble to have somo of tho smaller schools taught unless the sal- of the individual with which neither troops in France had, by actual count. beforehand. ary fund was In some way Increased. friends nor enemies have any call to captured 17,000 German prisoners. Muster Conservator. may wed a wife with Is a master conservator The board will meet tho first Monday Interfere. He For Foch tho brains of a dead haddock and wo A German submarine, operating of human life. When tho Germans In August to pass on tho matter. cannot say nay, nor may wo use more off Capo Cod, Sunday sunk four were rushing across tho Alsno Canal, verbal advice to prevent hi3 early de- barges and set a tug on fire. FIRST HOME 1IOV FALLS. tho Itivcr Alsno, were passing tho mise by eating "slip-on- " that famous placed his Teste toward tho Marno, he An food of lower New York, consisting of The Austrian Premier and entire The inovltablo has happened. finger on his map and said, "TJiey will Ohio county boy has fallen under tho a foundation of hot mince pie and a cabinet have resigned. go so fur and no farther." wearing surface of sizzling Welch There aro Socialists in tho French flro ot tho barbarian Hun. Private Tho body of the dead aviator, John O Laws, a mombor of a machine rarebit. But when he takes advan- Chamber who belicvo that Foch gun battalllon, was killed in action itago of the right he possesses In many Quinten Roosevelt, the should havo sent his resorves In three News of his death reached I places to select tho kind of pavement son, who fell behind the German iln-liofnrn hn illil. But Foch knewl""' iJ Tuesday ofternoon. Young laid in front of his property ever.v- - lines, was given a suitable military what ho was doing. Up to a certain wa8 a Bon ot tno lnt0 n- - B- - body has justification tor raising burial, by the enemy. point tho loss of ground meant little ...n ...1. nnsv ilnntli fontii nnnnAP n(Piir. strong objection. Tho road Is for " "" in his Hchomo of strategy In campari- - J"B American Indians doing military red a few months ago, at his home a public use, and even when a considson with human life. few miles east of Hartford. Tho long erable part if Its improvement Is paid service in Franco are reported to be With admirable flnesso ho trickled ot tho by local assessment the community rendering valuable seVvlco as scouts. Ills reserves at tho strategic points, interval between the dato young man's death and notice to his contributes tho remainder of tho cost indicting tho maximum of losses with Territory for the states ot New 'family indicates tho possibility that and therefore should have a voice in the minimum wastage ot allied life. other homo boys may slnco havo shar- determining its nature. The average York and New Jersey could be clip"Give ground, but save your soltaxpayer is not a road expert; the ped from Texas and still leave a larggeneradiers," is his motto. Other generals ed his fato. As long as this story of ability to drlvo an automobile over a er area than the German empire. tion shall live to relnto the ot tho Ulysses S. Grnnt typo may sucskidding Mangln, ot Ver-du- ni tho war It will bo repeated that John slippery pavement without ceed him. General our dear does not make him one, although it The President has signed tho famo has been compared to O. Laws was tho first of attending tho tlmo boys to give his llfo for his country. may mako him a helpful critic. It twelve billion dollar army bill, the Grant, but whllo takes years of study and experience largest appropriation bill over passed when tho American army is In lino OCTOGENARIAN DEAD. to develop a road expert. Ho must by any legislative body In the world's gives way to an and tho defensive' know not only tho method of con history. allied offensive, General Foch is conMrs. Marlah Welnshelmer died of structlng types ot roads under dif man In tho sidered to bo tho right senility at the homo of her daughter, ferent conditions, but nlso tho ecoOn account of tho work or fight right place. Mrs. B. B. Collins, Saturday, and her nomical advantages of all these dif- rule promulgated by Secretary Baker, LTjcd Consummate Skill. remains were buried in Oakwood ferent types. Sooner or later he will applying to base players, the gates of No ono except those who worked comotory Sunday. Funeral services bo employed on every Important road League base ball parks closed Sunwhich with him in tho anxious hours were conducted by Rev. It. D. Ben- undertaking nnd the beginning of his day night for tho duration of the "began on May 27 will over know with nett, at tho residence. Mrs. service should bo at the outset ot the war. -what consummato skill Foch met the was eighty four years old at work, so his knowledge may be the German onrush. With a thin screen tho time ot hor death. She was born guldo for tho selection of tho typo ot It is expected that not less than .of troops nnd by tho Judicious emHer first husband was construction. To wait until the con- 250 saloons In Louisville will close as In Germany. ployment of a part of his rosorves he Phillip Rial, father of Bon, Berry and away a very recent ordinance of the converted what at first looked like a Albert Hlal nnd Mrs. Buck Collins. tract Is let, Is to throw ho can give. a result of araising city council the saloon llcenso large part of.Uio help rout Into stabilization on exactly tho Her second husband was Henry Weln- No engineer can be held responsible from $500 to $1,000. chosen. And front which ho had ..... i..u .u.,.fc nniiio fM n fir Ml Ehelmer, whom sho married about for- - for tho behavior of roads unless all 1. n(iwi -.v, years ago. To this union was .born in origiSenator Henry G. Overstreet, of stand nllicd reserves woro thoro to,1' son, Henry, now of Denver Col- the steps that must be taken construc-to- n ono Daviess county, died, Sunday, at his nating and carrying on tho bring tho assault to n jolting halt. orado. American homo about five miles from Owens- havo his approval. There aro somo who say that Foch . Highway Association. boro. invited, the German rush forward into KOAI) (SHADING BEGUN which ho Is n n war of movement in Theodore Roosevelt has- - formally COMPLICATING CKIME. past grnnd muster. Tlmo will tell. Tho work of grading tho section declined tho Republican nomination press says tho allies re- of tho Hardlnsburg road, beginning Tho German Everett Maddox, ot near Reynolds, for govenor of Now York. serves nro banked solidly from Mont-dl- at Haytl and running threo miles Thierry. Thoy ad- - nnrlh lincnn MnllllnV. TllO Work is a sixteen year old boy, is in Jail, to Chateau Total appropriations for war purhaving init that a last frontal attack toward (,onu um,or tho au,,erv8lon ot charged with tho crlmo ot carnal knowledge of a female under poses by tho United States since its CompIegnofroiuNoyonwlllboacost Btato road onglnoori Mlnor nnd Mr. declaration of war against Germany ycar3 ol UK' ly affair with tho aiivamngo nccruinu i Lon Kn,phi Grading and draining Blxtcon manouver his ro- -l m bo compIotod thls season, aud the Brown, of tho same community, is amount to $29,791,241,773.10. to Foch. who can serves within tho arc beforo Paris.lron(l b(j(l ma(u rondy for 1)lklnB noU under a similar charge, but fled pro- Fifty thousand negroes will bo call "- In defending Paris tho allies at last year, A numbor of men nnd toan.s jcipuaieiy wnun u.. unwuuis ed for draft service August 5. apprencneu mm. mo ui" mvui will havo tho advantage- of fighting aro employed on tho work. is Veola Tom pi o an orphan girl, who on tho inside ot the arc. Tho Now York Republican state has beon making her home with John DEATH NEAK KOSINE. Feints and big scale diversions may the Bellamy. A warrant has also been convention last week enjoyed did at Both-un- o como olsewhoro as they unique distinction of having two after tho Amiens push. Verdun, Mrs. Amanda Daniel, wlfo of Mr. iisued for Bellamy, charging him with nddress it. William II. Ithelms, tho channel ports may bo J. W. Daniel, a farmer living near subornation of prejury. It '.3 said men- - Taft.and Theodoro Roosevelt deliver throatoned, but such pauses will only Itosino, died of heart troublo Satur-- that mon, other than tho two dlsslpato in minor operations tho fast day, and hor remains woro burlod In tioned, havo had illicit relations with ed addresses. dwindling Gorman reserve. Tho only tho Mldklll burying ground Sunday. tho girl. Sho camo to the Reynolds A German sea serpent is again op- appreciable result will bo that Gor-ma- Mrs. Daniel had boon in falling health community from Hancock county perorating off tho Atlantic coast, buj has will havo just so much moro for several years. Sho leaves a hus- oral months ago. Tho girl titated to graver damage than smK a ground to fight back over when tho band and flvo children. Sho was tho officer Issuing the wurraut that not 'done few barges and a fishing boat. groat American offenslvo starts. about fifty eight years old, and was a sho was advised by Bollainy to mako cortatn statements to tho otllcor, and l. daughter of tho late Nathaniel It Is stated tho Gorman losses in Is was for th'ls charge warrent wus LATE IIOUH WEDDING. 15 Issued for Bellamy. Tho K'rl will killed and wounded slnco July approximately 180,000 men. MAKHIAGE LICENSE. become a mother as a result of her Weddings, llko births, aro not It is a deplorable situaErnest Price, 27, McIIenry to immorality. of tho hours of tho night, Thirty seven German airplanes tion, and tho county ofilclals will as wa3 illustrated horo Thursday Mamlo Shoulders, 21, McIIenry. by French and and M. S. Bartlott, 42, Hartford Houto make a strong effort to lncreaso tho wero brought down night, when Mr. M. St UartleU ' membership of tho criminal club at English airmen Tuesday. Miss Cora 11. Smith, of tho Taffy com- - 5 to Cora B. Smith, Hartford Route C. ....... m. . -! munuy, upiiumcui n. I.iflir.i Pnnlf.. 'n. ' Samuol P. Crowe, 24, Fordsvlllo to Eddyvillo WOMAN WARNED. at cloven in tho evening to Ava Westorflold, 20, Fordsvllle. rosldenco Have you seen Mr. E. P. BARNES, Homer Leach, 20, Roslno to Pearllo havo, tho nuptial knot tied. Mr. Bart' Much oxcltenlont was' caused in tho MAJESTIO raugo demonstrator? lott and Miss Smith ostensibly started Probus, 17, Rosluo. on Saturday mornng Daughorty, a Rentrow to He will bo hero all week. Havo Whltesvlllo 23,. Ira ,to church and, giving thoir friends him show you tho greatest improve- when It becamo known that a bundle slip, came on to Hartford to get mar-rlo- d. Flora Simpson, 16, Rentrow. ot switches, accompanied by a note, Jesse B. Hodden, 22, Ellmltch to ment over put on a range. Thoy camo to tho Clerk's of- E. P. BARNES & BRO. Beaver Dam. had been found on the door step ot a procured tho necessary license, 'Mary W. Stone, 17, Olaton. flee, OFF FOR CANTONMENT Left Here Yesterday, Ten Negroes To Leave Monday. Thirty-seve- n additional Ohio county boys' left Hartford for Camp Taylor yesterday morning. Every man called answered tho roll and none ot the alternate list was used. Tho boys left in charge of Charlie Ellis, of Reynolds. They went by the way of Owensboro. As is usual with tha departure of a quota of boys for tho army camp, a good crowd was at tho depot to bid them d on their Journey and a safe return. There is little demonstration now at tho departuro of the boys. Tho war has come to be regarded as a seriou3 business rather than a matter of enthusiasm, and their going is looked, upon as a necessary event in a great vorld business. Tho boys themselves so regard it. They display little enthusiasm for the task before them but look upon it as a duty to be borne with resignation. Those leaving were: Calvin L. Stevens, Olaton. t1 I Jesse Daniel, Hartford. Hammle A. Cardwell, Pekln, 111. ' Vasco C. Balrd, Hartford. Byron F. Iglehart, Centertown. Alva Evans, Fordsvllle. Roy Plummer, Drakesboro. Roscoe Bullock, Central City. Vernon Baughn, Narrows. Alva C. Chancellor, Rockport. Bob Davidson, Reynolds. Wilbur Davidson, Fordsvllle. Lawrence R. Lanham, Fordsvllle. Harold Coleman, Beaver Dam. Wames B. Burton, Olaton. Everett J. Bratcher, Horse Branch. Bee Carpenter, McHenry. Leonard V. Curtis, Rockport. Ira Daugherty, Renfrew. David M. Barnes, Bowling Green. Willie Embry, Balzetown. Alva T. Kirk, Hartford. Owen Daugherty, Balzetown. James L. Flener, Cromwell Sanford M. Gllstrap, Select. Lincoln Geary, Echols. Nacle Crowder, Beaver Dam. Armit Greer, Hartford. frf. Ernie Roach, Olaton. Gilbert T. Wright, Horton. Jesse B. Hedden, Fordsvllle. 1 Grannon Daugherty, McHenry, John W. Smith, Hartford. Charlie Talyor, Reynolds. Noah Lee Rowe, Hartfrod. Elbert Gregory, Rockport. Woodie D. Foreman, Narrows. god-speeI result. m A WAR WEDDING. o Jesse Hodden reported at Hartford Wednesday to answer the call for army service, and leave with the bunch for Camp Taylor yesterday morning. Young Hedden brought his fianceo with him, and Judge Cook did tho rest. Hedden started on his way to France at nine o'clock yesterday morning and tho young wife returned to her relatives to await with reImpatience her soldier-husband- 's turn from the gory fields of Europ6. Mr. Hedden is a son of Mr. Eleazor Hedden, of Ellmltch, and had recently been employed in the transportation department of the M. H. & E. railroad. Miss Stone, tho war bride, is a daughter of Mr. Roscoe Stono, of Olaton. . on AUTO TURNS OVER. Friday, Dr. Henry Godsey, of Narrows, had the misfortune to have tho car ho was driving turn over, jilnfully injuring his wife and daugh ter, who wero In the car with him. Dr. Godsey was climbing the Duke hill, about five miles out of town, when his engine went dead. His car was at a steep point on the hill, and his brake failed to hold, the car backed into a ditch and overturned. The car was not seriously damaged, and tho Doctor righted it', and completed tho trip home. DESTRUCTIVE LIGHTNING. During tho electric storm, late Tuesday afternoon, lightning struck the barn of Mr. Elbrldge Bennett, a farmer living near Fordsvllle and burned the barn and four mules and two milk cows. The loss Is a heavy ono for Mr. Bennett, as we understand he carried no Insurance on the property. A barn on the same spot was burned by lightning some years ago. m I1'8 'ihcr HENRY FORD'S BOY KEPT OUT OF WAR Weln-Bhelm- or Henry Ford's boy, Edsel Ford, was refused exemption by the local and district boards, but was released from military service by Presidental exemption. Thus Henry is still enabled to sing the Democratic campaign hymn of 1916: "I did not raise my boy to be a soldlec," and can truthfully repeat the slogan: "He Colored Men To Leave. kept us out of war." Just what the upon The folowlng colored men havo offect ot the transaction will bo the mothers and fathers of Michigan been selected to leave in the next boys, who not being favored with an quota and will entrain for Camp TayInfluential ancestor, are called upon lor, Monday, July 29: to make tho supreme sacrifice In behalf ot country, remains to bo seen. There have been several cases of exemption ot this kind. Two ot thorn kept young men of the Scripps family out of war. Tho Scripps family owns a string of newspapers which whooped it up for tho Democratic party on tho paclflest platform In 1916 and which havo been whooping It up on different grounds ever since tho last election. Edsel Ford and tho Scripps boys are no hotter than tho rest of the boys In this country, no matter how many newspapers and automobllo plants thoir dads own, or how many senatorial booms thoy may havo about their persons. If ono of tho two Fords is essential to the conduct of the fllvvor industry, let Henry stay at homo and let Edsel go to tho front, Instead of having Edsel stay at homo and Honry go to tho Senate, by command. Edsel doesn't exactly sound like a warrior's namo but It Is probablo that ho will mako as good a soldier as his father would a statesman. National Republican. IIEULAH SEEKS FREEDOM. Boulah Evans has filed suit In the Ohio circuit court for divorce from tho bod and board of her consort, Wlllio Evans. Boulah says that she and Willie woro married In Daviess county Mar. 22, 1916, and lived unhappily togethor until Febuary 22, 1917. when on account ot tho cruol and Inhuman treatment of her Willie She she wus forced to leave him. says her maldon name was Ransom, and nrays tho court to restore her maiden name, along with her freedom from the bondage ot matrimony. Eugene Coleman, Boonville, Ind. John H. Brooklns, Central City. Mose Hlnes, Hartford. Jesse Collins, Hartford. Horace Chlnn, Beaver Dam. i Earl Talbert, Hartford. William Render, McHenry. Henry Rucker, Beaver Dam. Birch Chlnn, Beaver Dam. Carl P. Mosley, Hartford. m ' . or L, REFITTING THE BASTILE. "'"""" con-coal- ed ny The county bastlle Is being rofltted wlh modern caging and equipment. New caging of the highest grade prison steel Is being installed, and when tho work Is completed no equipment of saws and crowbars would avail a prisoner In an effort to escape. Tho steel cages will bo put in on the ground floor, and tho upper floor will bo fitted up tor female, and child pris oners. When tho improvements now in progress are completed Ohio county will have ono of tho most secure and sanitary jails in tho state. DRAFT REGULATIONS. Advices from Washington, apparently, authentic, aro that it Is very probable that the registrants, in classes othor than in class 1, will never be called for service. Tho authorl- ties apparently are contemplating changing the draft ago from tho present limits, 21 to 31, to from 18 to 40, and out ot tho grout number ot ellgibles uvatlablo from this addi tion It is believed enough class 1 me may bo had to create an army large as our physical resources wt support in Europe, although the wi lasts tor years. Bos-wol- SAWED-OF- F GUN protector which prevents scorching of WILL the operator's hnrtd. It fires G car-trtdu- cs T. R. BUN? , loading for SHOCK TO HUNS and ono man, with others a mlnuto, cartridges 200-yar- each loaded with 9 pellets, 0, 0. P. AT LOSS New York Convention Ends Without Question Being I! V Few Of Them That Reached Front Gave Good Reckoning. Washington, Gdrmnii muzzle-en- d him, can use 50 throwing a perfect shower of lead sector. d over n And tho only umbrella that will help anybody through that sort of shower Is an armored tank. Doing hard work In a'bent ing position puts a stitch In the back that Is painful. If tho muscles havo become strained, you can't get rid g of it without help. Tho great MALLARD'S SNOW power of LINIMENT will appeal to you most strongly nt such times, becauso It la tho very thing you need. Price 20c, Sold by 50c and $1.00 per bottle. in Ohio Co. Drug C. pone-trntln- Id Nervous Mothers Should Profit by the Experience of These Two Women Bnflhlo, N. Y. "I am tlio mother of four children, and for nearly three years I suffered from a fonmlo trouble, with pains In my bat k and fihlc, nnd ft general wcnKiicss. x im nltcndanco most of that time but did not seem to get well. As a last resort I decided to try iyuia rinklmm's Vegetable Compound which I had seen advertised in tho newspapers, and in two weeks noticed a marked improvement. I continued its uso find am now frco from pain and able to do an my iwuav work-.-" Mrs. 13. 13. Ziemxska, 202 Wolsa Street, Buffalo, X. Y. Answered. Sarntoga Springs, N. Y., July 19 With the eyes of tho political leaders of tho State and nation focussed on Its deliberations tho Now York Republican Stato Convention suddenly and y leavunexpectedly adjourned ing unanswered many questions to which replies wero eagerly awaited Chief among these was whether Col. Theodore Roosevelt would consent to enter the race for the governorship this fall. Tho prevailing belief as tho delegates left for their homes was that he would. But In tho absence of any authentic statement from him cither while he was hero yesterday or after a movement to nomlnato him assumed definite and purposeful proportions the party managers of all faction were as much nt sea as ever. to-da- or stoop- July 20. Tlio first soldier to investigate of the American the T sawed-of- shotgun around Selcheiirey, as tho correspondents reported; on another sector of the front, as a matter ttf fact ran smash up against Bret Harto's Oreat West. It was a grim TViftlntwl Tinl "Tlind n fllanlnpomont.and Suffered symbol of law and order that the sheriffs carried along so badly from it nt times I could not be on my feet COOI.S1MUNGS nt all. I was all run down nnd so weak I could not the California trails. And Uncle do my housework, was nervous and could not lie as it rests upon Sam's finger (Too late for last week.) uown ac menu x iook ucuumuiuh "" i'";"'"'" the "riot gun" Is pressed upon the but thev !id not help me. My Aunt recommenucu School began hero July S, with a law and order trigger of International Lydla'E. l'inkham's Vegetable Conijxiund. 1 tried good attendance. Mrs. O. N. Stewart, In the trenches. it and now I am strong and welt again aim uo experimental weapon teacher. my own work and I give Lydia K. ruikliiuna It was as an to Mr. Robebrt Chlnn returned shotgun reached Mrs. Jos kv ii ink Compound tho credit." our sawed-of- f that Taylor Monday after a month Kimble, 1)35 West llrtce- Street, Portland, lad. the west front though in sufficient Camp quantity to make Itself useful. Of furlough at home. Every Sick Woman Should Try Mrs. Ella Wilson Is no better at roursc, it can not replace the rifle, to. this time. nor is it In any sense intended Mr. and Mrs. Byron Smith aro the .Neither does It perform the functions Women Play Part. proud parents of a ftno boy, born of the machine gun. But a number Although the convention Just closed cool July'lC of these guns In the hands of by the centralization of Mr. and Mrs. O. N. Stewart and was featured the men in a tight place, each spraying and relatives the Roosevelt boom It marked enfriends approximately 450 slugs a minute, children visited appearance of the recently Saturday night and Sun- first develops a combination against which At Fordsvillo franchised women in n big convenLYDIA E.PINKHAM MEDICINE CO. LYNN. MASS. mass attack Is day. the familiar German political equality with the of Mr. and Mrs. Cardwell, of Cromwell tion on a exceedingly apt to wilt in the act are tho guests of their daughter, men. blooming. The part played by the women was shotgun is distinc- Mrs. Oliver Brown. of The sawed-of- f and Mr. Rube not Insignificant. Fully one-fift- h I 'ASH ION'S 1'AM IKS. Miss Myrtle Graves .signed to them from tlm' to fine tively an American contribution to RAPS LITERARY DIGEST. 1,034 delegates were new voters, Maples.of Rockport visited, Mr. and the Very truly yours. westfront warfare. Somo ono with and a woman, Miss Mary Garrett Woodburn, Sunday. The prettiest of tho now waistAsst. Managor Lake Division for experience on the other side of the Mrs. Ben New York, was made chairKentucTo Red Cross Chapters In Quito a crowd from Coolsprlngs Hay, of Kentucky coats or llttlo slovoless bodices that Mississippi remembered that mobs at man of the Important Resolutions ky: Patriotic meeting aro so much worn with street suits, platnever liked tho look of the sinister atonded the An nrtlclc published on page .11 Sunday, at tho Methodist Committee, which drafted the fashion, with no aro mado In slip-oadopted. barrel and scattered promptly Prentiss, abort form that was unanimously of the Literary Digest, July Cth. 191S, Good Reports closing. This design gives tho He recalled that church. front when it barked. Women, too, figured In one Inci- entitled "Why not to Knit," hnvlng Please Rockport Mrs. Rosa Woodburn and grandmakers a chance for decidedly attracthe Arizona "bad man" on a rampage Willie M dent that was not of hnrmony with t been condensed from nn article by enough up Main street sons, Ernest Woodburn and has nover been anything tive effects, In tho way of tucks and walker meekly rpi nf tho session. This was Sam'l S. Dale, In tho Chronicle or There QUICK results of puro Lav-optVernon, of Rockport Is visiting Mr. tho frills and millings on tho front. with tlio and forgot to finger his triggger-flle- d week. when a delegation of the more mil- Brooklyn, Mass.. May ISth, has causeye wash. One man's eyes g revvolvers when some- Ben and John Woodburn this and Woman's party dis ed quite a little confusion. itant National Word cames from Franco that so wero so badly strained he could not body .stood on the courthouse steps played from the crowded balconies of To our Red Cross workers, I want rend without pain. TWO applica- far as she Is concerned much silk will Arc You One of Them? even "sawed-off,- " and that fondling a big banner de- to state: Thero are a great many peoplo who the convention hall a t,n mnsf ilnsnorate criminals In a tions of Lavoptlk relieved him. A bo shown for next winter. And as wo very much benefited by tak- manding the support of United States Miss Llda Hafford Is Supervisor of lady had tried three different glasses have a big silk supply In this country, rush- would be prison pen thought thrice before Chamberlain's Tablets for a week Senator Wadsworjh of the Federal Woman's Work In Kentucky: sho - s for weak, inflamed eyes. ONE Lav- - quite probably we will follow the lead ing into a funnel of lead pumped at ing or his resignas: or disordered stomach. Aro you ono suffrage amendment her Instructions direct from guard. ontlk wash surprised her. Wo guar- - of Paris nnd wear many frocks of them by a steady-hande- d Baldwlns-vlll- e, tion. Instructions should nntmi n sin nil Iiottlo to benefit tills fabrls. jf them? Mrs. M. R. Searl. thoso Designed For Night Work. N. Y., relates her experience In always bo followed, Irrespective of KVEUY CASE weak, strained or Banner Torn Up. It was figured that the German the use of these tablets: "I had a article which may appear In pa- - flamC(, vycs narrel Bros., druggists, The combination of dnrk blue and At the direction of Chairman J. ners or magazines. Remember that mind, after u few tests, might react in bad spell with my stomach about six 2 white Is not new, but It has gained a . wns take-pretty much the same way. It was months ago, and was troubled for two Slot Fassett the banner Perone of the main efforts of the Gcrrenewed Interest this summer. .......... .,.iioi in this country Is especially desired to keep Fritz home or three weeks with gas and severe away from the women and crumpled -- - ' blue calico frocks had-- y haps tho dark SOur up. but not until they had struggled , , 0 lntcrfero wIth .,, something to do with It, for among to night and to discourage him from pains In the pit of my stomach. Land in the druggist advised me to take Cham- futllely to keep Us message before j obey In- -, roaming about No Man's actvUIca( tnorcfore tlio best of these wero the ones with , dark. Gen. Preshing approved the berlain's Tablets. I took a bottle the delegates. Submnrlnn a lino wmc paiiuru ii structlons. ' "" Lon()n. July 20. The piatrorm au i Idea and cabled promptly for the home and the first dose relieved me With rcfcrenco to the article. It crusers armed with guns nnd tor-- 1 KroUnd. And they wero usunlly - mado . a ifuiibji nrtrrtii niii funs. The specifications were drawn wonderfully, and I kept on taking il UfeUlUIW m, iiiin.in.ini.tratlon of Is divided under heads: pedoes. protected by nrmor nnd with up wltli pipings and facings and other " large order placed them until I was cured." These tabhere and a fairly ., imiiiv" cmmmoni N'o. 1 that "70 pounds of a surfaco speed equal to any existing t touches of whto. Now, for later n manufacturers. For lets do not only relieve pain but after ' develop-ycnrwith frocks 0f bluo sorgo enlivened I.KW vri, senators to vote scoured wool per yard will be re- - surface craft, wil soon be a three months now these weapons have the pain has been relieved may pre Ser- - ment of tho war, n tho behalf of n,i characteristic with touches of suffrage amendment. qufrcd for each man in active m for the Federal been in the trenches doing excellent vent Its recurrance. vise or 350 nullon pounds mr uu Atinurai ino .mhhiuib oi Mllford whito satin aro shown. service. army of 5 million men." I unuer- - Haven. Obviously the riot gun, as AmeriPLUTOCRATS IN KHAKI. Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured stand tho 70 pound statement Is cor- Bended bags aro having perhaps, a Tho marquis, who was formerly by local applications ai they cannot reach ca makes and uses It, is essentially army abroad prlnco I.ouls, of Unttenberg. first sin longer life of popularity than would the dlseaaed portion of the ear. There li red, but at present our to an. nnergency gun, and not a major The American soldier In France Is only one way by acure catarrhal deafneii. Is one million ; it may be two mil- - lord of the British admiralty, when havo been tho enso If beads had not cootttutlonal remedy. and that Is to dis the cock of the walk from the standweapon. It would be futile Catarrhal Deafneis Is cauied by an of lion by next spring. It is not tlvo tho war broke outand who dropped advanced so, greatly in prico as to mucoui condition of tribute it broadcast among the infan- point of finance, for no other fighter the Eustachian Tube.the When thisllnlne Is million. Tho clause is apparently iS German title, mado tho prediction mako beaded bags a real luxury. At tube inflamed you have a rumbling sound or Imtry, as there are only certain situa- gets within speaking instance oi u hi the courso of a lecture at tho Unl- - nil events, they havo never becomo perfect hearing, and when It Is entirely Intended to bo msleadlng. Unless the tions in which its peculiar powers can war wages of $35 per month. Tho closed. Deafness Isbethe result.and this tube commonplace enough to mako them reduced 2. T110 uniietl " "' No. can ctntonionr It can not poilu receives only a nickel a day or InflammationIts normal condition, hearing lie- effectively employed. sain mo unpopular with women who wish tho restored to "TlieSO now cruisers, 1..U destroyed forever. Many cases of Emilia jiiuiiu.." nnnnnllv 110 million o be aimed, except In a general direc- $1.50 monthly. Tommy Atkins fares will be are caused by catarrh, which Is deafness unusual. So they aro still shown in wool or aiioui ono admiral, "will requlro attendant surtion, and only has an extreme range better with $7.G0 a month at home an Inflamed condition of the mucous thru pounds of as eyes for offensive and defense tho shops In new designs and of now sols Hall's Catarrh Medicine actsof faces. Mr,i nf what an army of the tho blood on the mucous surfaces of 150 yards. But a single shot does and a bit more when he Is fighting. Oval bags aro especisame ns the fleets havo now, but workmanship. million men will require Again tho cover a considerable area. And this We will The poor Russian certainly "gets any case give One Hundred Dollars for now. air, not on tho water. In tho ally good Just of Catarrhal Deaftiess that cannot be misleading. selves it a nocturnal effectiveness no it In the neck." for allowance Is a bo cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Cir"In tho construction of tho larger n . t ..... tiifnrmnt Inn 1st '5c. fighter culars free. All DruKKlsts, CO . rsUnlllCr Il '"J ....!., ..nlinrii nrnim other small arm possesses. mere penny a day. No other Toledo. O. Every now nnd again there Is talk F. J. CHENEY & ' correct, socks ...ado by hand will last For example, our American is sit- In the great war fares so meagrely. of tho practicability of making certhree tfmes as long when worn in "" "" ting in u listening post on a misty The wages of the soldiers of other nanavy, tain cloths in only a small numbor i. Sec tho new finished majehtiu the trencnes as utM i.. Itw1 1i. mn.- the enemy ...- -. attuned ear tions now busy behind the guns do night, lis acutely - nr BUiimnrsible mcr of colors. Tho tnlk seldom materialeasy to keep clean, " tnorange sanitary, gathers sounds creepng. stlrrlnc. not approach the munificence of Undo economical, and a beauty. Call at chine. Our boys should havo chant steamers, at least for certain izes Into any tangible plan. But i best, nnd apparently Mr. nni shuffling. He realizes that they are Sam to his boys In khaki. The ItaliIt Is iiiiodtly wool essential or valuable cargoes, appear HomollllOH wo wish It would: : week and let the factor our store this inomy sounds. Yet ho can not sec an gets $5.83 monthly, and the Jap- ory representative explain to you cither a manufacturer for Instance, to nevtaWo f(jr tho tutro not., ,rr,,a8f "kc o or represents one, un lncroahcd coat and buy a suIt ot a ccrtuIn c,or and then tho foe. Ho can only judge tho direc- anese Is paid $S a year. range with a ....,... - - - wIlhHtnndlnB Rjrcu." .. not compar- tho advantages of the bangs away siop tliu ,.ririro The central powers aro tion of approach. Hut he to bo unnblo to match It In a blouse. wool In order that his company might Ho is able as paymasters with the nations reputation. shotgun. with his sawed-of- f ' Wo wish, then, that colors wero stand & DRO. Beaver Dam. E. P. BARNES reap the profits therefrom. Cliaiiilivt'lulii's Colic nnd Diarrhoea ardized. Instead of being in any of a reasonably sure to get some of his in- - nf the entente. Tho allies average Under Number 4. What he says Remedy. and send the rest $8.50 a month and tlio enemy visible adversaries dozen different shades, each of them. con- about vermin etc., Is apparently Now Is tho tlmo to buy a bottle ages $1.10 for tho same ucrlod. Ger HOLDS SHOW BUSINESS scuttling for safety. UNNECESSARY WORK .firmed by a statement wnicn wan of this remedy so as to bo prepared IS many pays $1.G5 a month, lurnej Deadly In The Dusout. Frlngo, fringe, fringe, wo seo It ,, ago mado to mo some two months In casp that any one ot your family everywhere. Again, one of Pershing's men, dur- 92 cents and Austria 73 cents. It Is still a good trimOklahoma C.ty, Okl- a- July 20. by ono of our Red Cross men whu had should' havo an attack of colic or The soldier boy in kahki could pay ing a raid, finds himself at the enming. It needs clever manipulation, Ho suld recent order of the Oklahoma just returned from Europe. during tho summer months. of courso, but when woll placed It Is trance to an enemy dugout .It Is dark out of his monthly wages ono fighter Tho In barring all car- the sweators, scarfs and lielmeutH It Is worth a hundred times Its cost surely ono of tho most effective moans Ho calls on tho occupants from each nation at war and ho would Council ot Dofenso fn there. tent shows has caused wero breeding places for vermin and whcn nccded m knows aro inhido to surrender. havo left $14 for cigaretts, candy nivals and among of trimming our frocks, hats, para' ho tho theatrical fol- that nobody wore wrlstieis. v iimu pluto- much talk h unswer of "Kamerad!" and curios. He's a Thoro is no coats. And It is used on all mo that I lowing- all over tho United States. u week nftor his telling Ask tho MAJESTIC run go sales sols nnd only a sullen muttering. Ho sends In crat over there. on others, too, for wo answer to a recent query from tho saw a Canadian who had Just re- mun at K. P. BARNES & BRO. storo these things in . o a charge of 00 buckshot and Fritz 1 asked bin. to show you tho method of unseen carry fringed hand bags nnd ovon reasons turned I'rom tho Front. tho "Billboard" tho following (lotiltles to como out what is left of TO ItKTl'UX KAISKIfS GIFT finish wear fringed underwear and If ho saw anybody thoro who used rlvltlng on tho now smooth IN THi: SHAl'K OF UUMiKTS were given: Or the American trooper may lilm. ho used MAJESTIC ranges. It's marvelous, "First, the carnivals and tent shows wristlets. Ho replied that bo alone In tho ravorso of a trench who thoin. They woro mosi usoiui mm and introduces tho greatest ImproveWashington, July 20. Samuel S. employ a number of people a dozen Germans crowding abwith SURGEONS ngreo thnt In cases of his ment ever accomplished In rango on top Stein, ot New York City, has sent to should bo In profitable industry; noxt. enabled tho man either to havo ruptly around tho right turn (Juts, Burns, Bruises and Wounds, tho a largo number of tho shows whclh Angers free or pull the wristlet ovor building. of him. Ho has no time to pick them tho War Department a bronze meFIRST TREATMENT Is most impormm Ger- oporato In this state are fur from the his llngors, usng tho wristlets in placu tiff wth his automatic, which is ono of dallion souvenir received from tant. When an EFFICIENT HACK TO NATURE. many of then, being of n glove. As for sweators, ho said morally best In applied promptly, thoro la his tavorltiM. but grabs his riot gun man sources, which ho asked to havo "forty-nlnor- " variety; they they hud so llttlo artificial heat that tho and lets go from tho hip. It Is a molted into bullets for American of "Why Is It. Sam, that one never no danger of Infection and the wound from tho country a largo amount they would havo frozen to deatli last take protest against forces. efficacious Tuoht ot a darky committing begins to heal at onco. For uso on bo used for J winter hm! thoy not had them. Stato- - hears Stein declared ho was a passenger ot money which could crowding. man or boast, BOROZONB Is tho war purposes, without bringing any i,)Unts regarding tnu vermin aro true, sucldo?" Inquired tho Northerner. Probably with such a new weapon on the first voyage of tho steamship "Well, you see, It's dltfway, boss: IDEAL ANTISEPTIC nnd HEALING, peoplo In oxcliango: uui thnt after a fow days In tlio bonofit to tho thero will bo father specialization Imperator, and as such, received tho especially in tho harvest fields and ! trenches thoy wero sont to tho rear When u whlto pusson has any trou- AGENT. Buy it now and bo ready French fancied tho Idea at the medallion, which shows a picture of COc, Tho where laborers aro employed, for a rest and their ontlro clothlni; blo ho sets down und gets to studylu for an oniorgoncy. .Prlco 2Gc, beginning of tho war and guthovtd tho ship on ono sldo and a likeness places fumi-gat'bout It und a worrying Then firs' $1.00 and $1.50. Sold by Ohio Co. thoy decrease tho cillciency of farm was changed, put through a nil tho fowling pieces thoy could for of tho Kaiser on tho other. Drug Co. m f. or steriliser and the vermin thing you know he's dono killed "It Is my earnest wish," Stein labor." s uho in tho trenches. But they did . destroyed. But when a nigger sets down not develop tho scheme. Tho pun p writes to the War Department, "that In every homo whoro thero is a I trust tho abovo will provo to to think 'bout his troubles, why, ho When you feel lazy, out ot Borts gun, as it was known and widely lov-tt- d this piece ot bronze lie either melted baby there should also bo. a bottlo of good deal In tho daytimo, somo "of our "doubting Thomases" Jos' natcherly goes to sleep!" Life. by sportsmen in America, was Into bullets or used in some manner and yawn a McOEE'S BABY ELIXIR. It may bo oboying instruc Kurope. An 1 that will rebound on the mun whoso you can change It to a torpid liver tho Importance ot practically unknown In If you feel bluo," "No account." needed at any tlmo to correct sour Mowed tho system to get tlons and ignoring articles by persons tho man which has Kith it, in the form supplied by the faco Is portrayed thoreon or lazy, you need a good cleaning out. stomach, wind colic, diarrhoea full of impurities. HERBINE cures who aro profiteering. United Stutos government, a man can who is our common enomy." complaint. It is a wholesome write-a- HERBINE Is tho right thing for that they ull disorders produced by an inactive to thoughtless about what 4 practically lay down lita own barrage. to give us almost as much troublo purpose . It stimulates tho liver, remedy, contains no opium, morplilno organ, C liver. It strengthens that Tho American gun weighs anly tones up tho stomach and purifies tho or injurious drug of any kind. Prlco cloanses tho bowels and puts tho sys-to- as If thoy woro pounds, with tho model 1017 bayonet FOR FLETCHER'S Wo expect our chapters .to fill bowels. Price COc. Sold by Ohio 25c and 50c por bottle. Sold by In good healthy condition. Prlco ittaahed. Its barrel Is 20 inches long in Ohio Co. Drug Co. may bo as- - C. Drug Co. m f Sold by Ohio Co. Drug Co. m promptly such quotas as 50c. covered with a perforated steel ud is quiet-spoken W? 1 - LYDIA E. PINKH AM S VEGETABLE COMPOUND n ik bip-slun- Head-ouarter- iu-u- , ....-- -- ,.,.. J :...,.. L vs. well-know- .....!.. 8, ,.'... eiu ves-flv- ...... I - - ,,,,,.,., ." Ij "- ... t0 us dlr-rho- ea ( suro-enoug- antl-scopt- lc . J or hls-so'- pro-Gorm- s Children Cry CASTO R J m X if ( I , .rt. Sdl iBIW'iW sTUmi?.. ""'r -- . Vis- lesssscar?xi;;iMsjrfTwgtwi; usssr asKSTSWf Q miMrr3Ha'vsaaiisageT.-a.- ?, 7 JPBfS II AFTER THE WAR ' Had America Remained Neutral PECULIARITY OF LOST HAND UKKAIMA BltHAK'S UP INTO HMAIJj STATES ftj That He Should Do Able to Feel It London, July 20. Tho now "in Alternately Open and Close Puzdependent Stnto" ,of Ukralnin is zles Soldier. hrcnklng up into smnll states, Just ns nfter tho Bol A British soldier writes: peo- Husstn disintegrated Most ple, I think, know that when a person shevik! camo Into power. Ukrainian villages aro now virtualhas lost u limb, that person still retain the "sense," or feeling, of the ly Independent republics, held by only mlslng limb. As a cine In point, I tho slenderest threads to tho central might mention that n friend of mine, government nt Kiev. who hnd loM n log In tho wnr, In nn Tho newest political party Is tho unthinking moment took a step on the mlsvlng log nnd came to grief. I my- "boslnkrIitcrnlly "tho barefoot self had the misfortune to loe my left ed." . Tho wholo country Is deprived of hand on tho Meslnos rldgo last .Tune, and nil the pain I have suffered from malls. Tho peasant communities the wound has been In the hand which to have anything to do with any I no longer posses. Now, the pccullnr agency of tho "rada tho Kiev part of It nil Is that on alternate days the. fingers of the mining hand open It is difficult to find officials who and cloe"; flint 7s to Vny, yesterday they were closed; today they are open. speak Ukrainian, because most of tho Tomorrow they will bo closed again. peoplo who have any educnton at nil Can this bo explained? This change went to Russian schools and learned takes place during sleep, and once or that tonguo, forgcttng tho Ukrainian twice, on restless night1, I have nclu-all- y language, which survives ns peasant felt the change taking place. I speech. wns leftlinnded, and during the nttack Tho landowners and reactionaries I carried my revolver In tho missing practically all speak Russian or Polhnnd. When the lingers arc closed they are exactly In the same position ish. As in Great Russia after tho revolution, there aro not ns If they wore still grasping the revolver. That I can understand, but enough real leaders among tho comwhy should they open on nlternnte mon peoplo to prevent nnarchy that days? The only explanation I enn of- plays Into German hands. fer Is that what remains of the hand Tho foregoing information is taken after I was wounded wns amputated from Polish newspapers of Cracow, Also, exactly twenty-fou- r hours later. Czas nnd tho Nowa Reforma, I was wounded somewhere about 4 tho o'clock In the morning, nnd wns oper- smuggled through Germany and Holated on about the same time the fol- land. lowing morning, and the opening nnd closing of the Angers takes place about this time. FOR FLETCHER'S WHERE SOLDIERS ARE BETTER rc-fuBol-shovl- kl S& Fresh Beef Travels on a Rapid Schedule Fresh beef for domestic markets goes from stockyards to retail stores within a period of about two weeks. Although chilled, this meat is not frozen; hence it cannot be stored for a rise in price. A steer is dressed usually within twenty-fohours after purchase by the packer. The beef is held in a cooler at the packing house, at a temperature a little above freezing, for about three days. ur Children Cry SPI2AKING CAS.XO RIA OP BEAR. Army Officer Explains the Benefits of JSZKKK?ZK?1KKK ' Development of Physiological Resistance. :! A f I Humble the United States, Long Plan of Germany A By CLARENCE L. SPEED r &OZZZZKK.ZZZKK!ZOZ (Written for the War Committee of the Union League Club of Chicago.) "The United States must lie taken ably brought the stereotyped nnswer: down a pes. America Is growing too 'Ilecnuse you are trying to get some presumptuous. She Is obtaining too of the world's foreign commerce. " much of the world's trade. She Is InProfessor Small's observations recall terfering with Oermnny's commerce In nn nctunl plan for the lnvnslon of foreign lands, and idling up too much the United States by a German force, wealth. Sooner or later we will have published In 1D01 by the German to show her with the sword the might War college Itseir. This plan, which of Germany, and teach her not to In- was contained In a report entitled terfere with our commercial develop- "Operations Ueber See" ("Operations ment." Beyond the Sea"), by Karon von How many American tourists have of the German genernl staff, heard this kind 'of talk In Germany I told how the Germans might cirThey heard It from nil kinds of peo- cumvent or destroy the Unttcc States ple; from diplomats, from merchants, navy, make u binding on the Atlantic from hankers, from professors In the coast, seize and ravage the larger cituniversities, and from the man In the ies, und exuet a heavy ransom or Instreet. Yet, In years gone hy they demnity. paid no attention to It; saw no German Actually Favored Invasion. menace. Thcy'merely puffed out their report, Baron von ICdelshelm's chests with pride at the thought of published with the olllcial sanction of what n .grout nation they represented, the War college, contained the follownnd dismissed the. German threats as ing significant paragraph, dealing In ldlo boasts. no wny with the problem nt hand, but Design Hard to Believe. expressing an opinion that an nttack It was Inconceivable to them that on the United States would and should enne people of n civilized nation could sontfj day be made : actually think of tuklug up the "It Is principally with this nation sword just because another nation (America) that In recent years Gerwas showing some ability In capturing many bus had considerable political n pnrt of the trade of foreign friction, the causes underlying the; lands. They could not believe that the 'same having, ns n rule, been of a com German government actually had In mercial nature, and the smoothing over contemplation a plan for making war of which wns uniformly due to Geron the United States, tnklng away n many's forhenrance In the premises. large portion of Its wealth In the form Unquestionably the time will come of Indemnities, and so crippling It that when there must be n limit to nil such It would no longer menace Germany's forhenrance on our'part In matters of world supremncy. this kind, in which case wc shall find Such n tourist was Prof. Albion ourselves confronted with the quesW. Small, head of the department of tion ns to what means of force we find sociology of tho University of Chi- nt our Immediate disposal to combat cago. Professor Small knew Germnny tho encroachments by the United as well ns an American could. lie states against our Interests, nnd In wns educated In n German university. this case, If necessary, back up sucHe married a German woman; he cessfully our demands with force of loved the Gorman poets and the Ger- arms." man philosophy; be bad spent years Germnn plans for conquest In Euamong tho German people. Yet ho be- rope nre now well known. Most Amor-lean- s came convinced, after a time, that now realize that Germany forced Germnny was actually planning n blow the wnr that she might extend her dont the United States. Ho exposed tho minions from the Baltic tn the Persian plan In 1003 Ave years after the gulf, and from tho English channel to erican war, yet be was given lit- tho Black sea. Germany knew that' country. tle credence In this such n wnr of conquest would bo costTells of His Experiences. ly. She knew that ravnged territories Professor Small tells of his experi- would not bo Immediately able to pay ences and conclusions In n pamphlet tho cost of It. She knew that defeat" entitled: "Americans and the ed enemies, despoiled of their choicest Issued ns No. i! In tho series possessions, and with their man power of University of Chicago War Pupers, dead or crippled, would never bo ubio ns follows: to meet Indemnities of sufllclcnt size "In tho summer of 3003 I wns In to reimburse her. Germany on business which gave me To Make U. S. Pay. tho occasion to sample tho opinions Sho So what did Germany do? about our country of more different calmly miulo plans to force the United classes of Gerunns than I bad ever In- Stntes to pay n huge ludemulty to deterviewed before. The Itinerary sched- fray tho cost of tho war. Sho was uled stops at Cologne, Lucerne, Vienna, not then nt wnr with this country, but lludupest, Munich, Dresden, Berlin, German otllclnl newspapers were prennd thrnce an excursion Into Russia. paring tho people for war by nrouslng At each of these points, and In tho In- their hatred of America In regard to termediate travel, I bad opportunities tho sale of munitions to the allies. to talk with many men of prominence In view of nil this evidence enn thetf nnd with us many nioro whom I could by any question us to why the United classify as merely ordinary specimens Stntes Is In thu war? Can anyone of their various types. doubt for n moment that nn attack on "I soon became uwnro that, qulto tho United Stntes wns planned as the nsldo from the direct purpose of my next step after victory over Germany's trip, I was gathering from tbeso enemies In Europe? Can nnyone think J sources u collection of significant und that this hostility wus duo solely to t, cumulative evidence. Over and over America's attitude In tho present again Germans of different social posinfter reading tho evidence taken tions, living In as many different parts years and years before anyone on this of Germany and neighboring countries, sldo of tho Atlantic ever dreamed of a volunteered the same opinion In almost world conflict? Can tiny loyal Amerithe same words: can talk of peace on nay terms other "'You Yankees aro nil right, but It than n victory so complutu that Geris only u question of time when wo many, for all tlmo to como, will npver Germans will have to light you, not bo In n position to revive her drenirs .' with trade regulations, but with of conquest und ruthless world And my question 'Whj;?' Invari Spanish-AmWorld-Crisis,con-lllccan-uou- In nn Interview with Surgeon Gen oral Gorgus for the American Magazine, about the chances your boy has to come buck alive, tho author says, referring to another urmy ofllccr for the moment: "Major Crlle said another thing which every mother nnd father ought to learn by heart. He said: 'The thing which affects a wounded man's chances more than almost anything else Is physlologlcnl resistance. That Is where the soldier puts It nil over the civilian every time. When a man goes out from the worries, responsibilities, anxieties, nnd Irrltntlons of civil life to the peaceful pursuit of war "He stopped nnd laughed. Then he went on seriously: "'I mean that I I've seen these sallow, pasty young clerks get out and turn Into men I I've seen young chaps who were little more than flabby human Jellyfish transformed by their life In the trenches Into husky fellows that were grit clean through. They laughed nt things which would have finished them completely before they went Into thenrmy. They had developed the biggest factor In n wounded mnn's tier trout. chances physiological resistance. And 'Well, along toward sundown one It wns their life ns soldiers that gave afternoon I was whipping a particthem this new possession.'" ularly rough bit of tbo Little Green River. I backed up against a stoop Raising Goats In Honolulu. Tho island of Kuhoolawe IS to be de- rock on the upper side of a big pool voted to lowering the cost of living If nndwas having tho time of my life production of 10,000 goats for market- trying to whip out somo big trout. ing will do It. The board of agricul- Rock bottom makes pretty slippery ture and forestry has authorized Chalr-mn-n tandlng at best, and it was all I could Arthur II. Bice to confer wMtli the do to keep my footing and make the governor and lnnd commissioner on n upstream out plan to withdraw the Islnnd from the casts. Bob was farther forest reserve nnd offer It for lease. of Bight. "Why I looked round 1 can't say. This tins been done nnd Chnlrman Rice placed In the hnnds of Deputy At- Anyhow, I seemed to feel, more than has torney General Smith the duty of see, a big shadow looming up above drawing up the necessary papers. me. I gavo a startled look upward now produces goats and sand. and saw tho noso and one paw of a It Is believed that thousands of goats big grizzly. He was lying down on of marketable quality can be exported sort of swiping lazily nt from the Island and a cbnnce Is to be the rock and given for soino enterprising rancher mo with ono paw, like a cat batting to become the gont king of the terri nt a flying leaf. "All tho lco in that molted snow tory. Honolulu water seemed to flow into my veins. New Name for 'Em. Again that big paw swished by ovor The head of an East end household my head. It missed me by more had no sooner nriived nt home the than n foot hut looked as big as a other evening thnn he wns sent forth- mountain. I tried to collect my wits with to see "what In the world" wns mntter with the furnace. Ills nnd devlso n moans of getting out the derby bat encountered the top of tho with' a wholo skin, but my brain was door leading Into the basement, with muddled. I usually pack ii rovolver, the result that the hut received a good-size- but that day I'd left it at camp with "stove" In tho front. my holster. I thought of plunging As he emerged from the basement ncross tho pool, but hesitated because after a tussle with the offending heat- of its depth, tho current and my heavy ing plant he was met with a shout of I couldn't work up along the heir to tho boots. lnughter by the rock becauso tho bear blocked tho family fortune. "Gee, mother I" exclaimed the boy. way. "All thoso thoughts occuplod mo "Look I Dad's got a dimple In bis only a few seconds. Tho big paw mt." starting on nnother playful swing nt How to Make a Service Flag. my head when I heard a yoll. It was Perhaps It Is duo to the familiar pic- Bob. ture of Betsy Ross with the llrst Amer"At that yoll tho bear forgot all ican flag spread out upon her lap and about mo. Ho gavo a mighty henvo George Washington and two of his friends looking on that gives us such u that sent bits of rock spinning Into flag, but never- tho wutor, and whirled on nil fours bins to the bund-madtheless, a sentiment nttnehes to It that to face Bob. I couldn't seo what was produc- happening, but I Judged, that Bob belongs to no maehlne-inadtion. Very properly, we should feel sighted tho bear at nbout tho samo about our service Hag in this way. An time that tho boar sighted Bob. Somo I'JxBMnch service flag may be made foolish Idea of distracting tho bear's from one and n third yards of four-Incattention In order to glvo Bob tlmo wide red ribbon, ten Inches of white my hoad. ribbon and enough bluo to form the, tq got away llashod through stars to which you nro entitled. Cut I flipped my rod and sent that gut tho red ribbon Into four pieces, two of leader spinning out for ono of tho 18 Inches length and the other two so prettiest casts 1 have ever mado. Tho that they finish off four und n half fly landed squuroly on tbo bear's noso, Inches, allowing for seams. Sew these nnd with a quick Jerk I had him strips together, Inserting tho white as neatly as any trout I over pleco for the fluid. Then nppllquo n hooked caught. blue star, or embroider It. nccordlng to "Say! Thoro woro seven kinds of desire. Tho white field will bo varied In accordance with tho num- earthquakes and a tornado thrown In And how that ber of stars used. In tor good measure. Stnr-Bulletld e e h "Speaking of bear," romarked tho grizzled prospector as ho gazed thoughtfully over the rail of tho platform, "you may bo surprised to hear It, but these hills aro still alive with them." Tho train was chug- - chugging slowly up the steep incline of tho canyon in which tho evening shadows wero nlready gathering The. passengers peered cagorly into tho depths of tho shaggy mountain walls as if in tho hope of actually seeing a bear. "Yes, sir," continued tho prospector ns he pulled his Scotch cap well over a pair of twinkling oyes, "bear nnd trout arc as thick in this part of Utah as they wero beforo the days of the railroad, with a few catamount thrown In for good measure." "Yes?" The Httlo New Yorker spoko tho word with Just tho right inflection. "I was away back in these very hills on a little fishing Jaunt last summer. Wo were camped up about Eagle Grove, Bob PArks and I. The fishing was fine. I never saw pret It is then loaded into a refrigerator car where a similar temperature is maintained, and is in transit to market on an average of about six days. Upon arrival at the branch distributing house, it is unloaded into a "cooler", and .placed on sale. Swift & Company requires all beef to be sold during the week of arrival, and the average of sales is within five days. Any delay along the above journey means deterioration in the meat and loss to the packer. Swift & Company, U. S. A. , Telephone Courtesy are those who talk over it as though face The people who get the greatest amount of good out of their telephone to face. j u jA j ; Courtesy smooths out difficulties arid promotes the promptest possible The operators of the BELL System are trained to be patient and polite under all circumstances, but they will do better work if they meet with patience and politeness on the part "of the telephone users. The fact that you cannot see the operator or the other party should not cause you to overlook this. The best results come through the practice of mutual courtesy. The voice witb the smile wins CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY Incorporated gmfftg W. W. HARRIS, Manager, Hartford, Ky. grizzly clawed and spit and snorted I almost lost my grip and fought! on tho rod. Then thoro was a mighty splash, a shower of rocks and dirt, and I was swept off my feet ami under, fighting for air and swallowing buckets of water. "But I hung to that rod, although tho bear gavo such a Jerk on it Unit ho almost wrenched my right arm loose. I shot to tho top.liko a cork, und the next instant I was cutting through that pool Ilko a motor'boat. Thoro was tho bear, fifty feet ahead of mo, swimming at a groat rate, snorting and puffing with the pa In of man drag a huadred-and-slxty-pou- ging nt tho end of tho flshllno. Thanks to tho Btrength of that gut leader, thu bear took mo across the pool in record tlmo. "When I hit rock bottom on the other side, I lot go of that rod in a. hurry. It was either that or got towed across tho wholo of Utah. Thai boar simply toro ahead llko u British tank. Ho didn't stop for unythlnft. Tho last wo saw of him ho was way up the trail, bouncing along, with Hit rod still banging along behind him. Tho funny pait of It ull was that 1)L had left his gun in camp, too M&y-- bo it was lucky. Using a gun on a grizzly boar U dangerous business. 4t Burleson. Talking over theso InstruThe Hartford Republican ments of communication may bo a doubtful experiment, but Judgingn post-ninr"Weekly by from Burleson's handling of tho PtiblMiotl iinnnrtmcnt. there can bo noth nAUTrOIU) PRINTING COMPANY ing doubtful about putting wire com , Incorporated mo W. S. TINSLEY, munication under his direction, C. E. SMITH, s. venture will bo doomed to bungling President from tho start. Editor JOHN' HKXnY THOMAS Ono of Franco's greatest "W. S. TIXSI.KV, Associate Editor u nnMinrltv for tho statement and Rttslnon MnnnRcr. that tho German casualties since their big offensive opened March -- l ap Entered according to law at tho proach ono million men. me rostofuce, Hartford, Ky., as mall mmn tinner asserts tho allies' losses second class. matter of tho In tho samo timo have been remark to ably light, considering the great scale Address nil communications Information gleaned of operations. Tho Hartford Republican. all sources warrant tho statefrom ment that the allied losses havo In no subscribers. way approached tho magnitude of the notice Subscribers 'desiring tho paper sent losses of tho enemy. This fact will glvo tho to a now address must request. old havo an Important bearing on tho fi address In making tho Notices 10c nal result of tho war. Business Locals and per line, and Be per lino for addition1! I nmuslng. this frantic appeal, . al Insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards- Just now of tho Democratic press, for ndof Thanks, 5c per line, money In every good Democrat to turn out. ami Notices for services free, vnin for Olio James at tho primary. Church but other advertisements, 5c per line. James' generous opponent, Mr. KlmAnonymous communications win 1)111, is graciously urging all Demoreceive no attention. crats to vote for James, and why this wild eyed anxiety? Thero Is n TELEPHONES. nigger In tho woodpile. Tho Demo.12.1 Cumberland . 00 crats have a horrible dread lest they Farmers Mutual may have Press Kimball for their senatorial nominee. There Is a pos...JULY 20 sible element In their troubles that FIUD AY. good taste forbids discussion, and nro possibilities that throw Luxuries should be adjourned until there them Into agony. the war is won. Sec.-Trca- thinker of his time, as nc is nm in moral courage and tenacity of pur- -' pose. Great tasks require great mas- - i i tors, and will find them becauso they mnf. William Barnes, tho arch po litical enomy of Col. Roosevelt, urged hlni to accept the governorship of t!i Empire rtnto ns n vnntago point fror which to rise to tho presidency. Other voices not politically friendly to iinnsovelt loin In tho chorus. Frank-- ! ly tho writer finds no feeling for per sonal enthusiasm In tho prospect of iim Roosevelt star again ascending toward tho meridian, but ho recog nizes tho wonderful power and re sourcefulness of tho man, and sees, or thinks ho sees, tho probability of his ngaln moving tho world with a master's hand. ( h ff to Henry Ford's boy can say of a truth that the President kept him out of the war. etc No end of odd jobs that can be Ohio county is going to furnish the done vrith the state a Judge of tho Court of Appeals this year. Tho curse of war plagues tho earth, and the dove of peace can not find ocean. Thero is courage m a place to rest her tired wings. heart and Inspiration In every soul, and they are performing prodigies This country has too damned much of valor and hcroslm. We expectKY. Henry Ford patriotism; the kind that ed as much of them, and when their " "e gives "my; money and "your" son good work Is ended we shall welcome containing 55 acres locatOne farm them homo with a glad and merry ed near Buck Horn, Kentucky, price Democratic friends havo proOur don Hnynes, clerk. All honor to the boys In $40 per acre. Contains somo wnl-n- ELECTION OFFICERS sheriff; Ross Morton, clerk. hand. gressed some since 1S64. They were khaki. Arnold S. W. Evans. O. B. HowJ. W. O'Dcll, R. I. E. Fordsvllle PRIMARY timber that will make saw logs. FOR AUGUST not in favor of adjourning politics pure water. Judges; C. E. Miller, shorlff; ell, Judges; Charllo Bratcher, sheriff; Miller, Also one well of lasting because of tho war then. Clarence Arnold, clork. ' The wisdom of the "War Depart Call on or address L. D. BENNETT, The Ohio County Board of Election W. H. Miller, clerk. Render L. B. Loncy, Goo. Ilrun-toment's nollcy of taking only unmar vn TInrlfnrd. . R. F. D. No. 3, or Commissioners, composed of S. A. Charllo Mason, AlW. Fordsvllle At the August primary Ohio coun- ried men for army service is appar- u w.j.i Judges; Joo Jnmc3, sheriff; WM. E. BENNETT. U. S. Bratcher, Sheriff of Ohio County. bert Quisenberry, judges; Virgil Mat give ty should, and doubtless will, Ciaudo Myers, clerk. ent. The family Is the basis of the Arm v. 120 W 17th St., owensDoro,, r,.nIpmnn. an,i w 11. Barnes and W. thews, sheriff, It. O. Ncal, clerk. our fellow citizen, M. L. Heavrin, a state, and families in large numbers Simmons Jess Hill, Guy Ranncy, 2t4 S. Tinsley. Ky. The latter two having Actnnvlllc W. S. Richards, Frank unanimous vote for the nomination may not be disturbed without Judges; It. C. Vanco, sheriff; M. F. - Reynolds, judges; W. H. Hnynes, (been appointed to fill out the unexfor Judge of tho Court of Appeals. Chumlcy, clerk. , to the state. If husbands in HUNS PLAN TO SINK sheriff; Wilbur Phillips, clork. pireu terms oi w. r. oimuua, great numbers arc taken from their HOSPITAL TRANSPORT ed and M. L. Heavrin resigned, each disagreeable to Shrevc Sam Bennett, Charlie Dav We find it During tho week commencing families a great many orpnans mui Duff, sheriff; of whom havo heretofore filed notice ison, Judges; Olllo with our good neighbor, the Her grow up unuer cunumuua ........ v ll.l., l,nt July 22nd, a handsotno hot of Gerconciliatory Ansterdam. July 20. Tho of appointment by tho Kentucky Oscar Petty, clerk. ald, and welcome Its cooking utensils will bo given away preparing State Election Board, or Commissionlimit their opportunities for develop Olaton J. E. Mlllor, Henry Stevstatements this week. We are not ment, and impair their usefulness mans are believed to bo ship ers, with tho Clerk of tho Ohio ens, Judges; L. C. Crawford, shorlff; frc,o to every purchaser of it MAJEShospital short on ammunition, but most too as citizens. For reasons both eco- to sink tho American TIC range. This is an Comfort, which Is America's great County court and having been sworn K. C. Dyers, clork. proud to fight. gift nnd tho price of tho MAJESTIC and moral it is not well to test of the inhumanity of the Huns, nomic Buford C. I). Hudson, Alec Bell, remains tho samo as always. See in as said County Election Commisexcept unthe family relation airsioners by the Clerk of the Ohio judges; Walter Blair, sheriff, J. D. thorn while- you are nt tho special Republicans should make the pri- break most extreme necessity, and on tho pretext that sho carries planes and aviators. County Court, met nt tho office of the Holbrook, clerk. one. A large pri- der the mary vote a big demonstration next wcok. government is wisely pursuing The Comfort, without convoy, with- simriff of Ohio County, Ky., July Bartlett Henry Daniel, Ira Mose- - E. P. BARNES & BRO. Bentro Dam. mary vote will encourago the vote In our policy. that out guns, with her Red Cross insignia 23 and organized by tho election of ley. judges; Hosca Shown, clerk; J. November. It Is certain that the Berlin in- W. S. Tinsley, clerk, S. A. Bratcher. It. Weller, sheriff. FOR SALE. have taken plainly marked and with Democratic vote is going to be light, Vn like the turn affairs Chairman. At formed of the date of her sailing, was Sheriff being Hcflin Roy Owen, L. E. Charlct, a record. and let us make ours Democratic contest for the nom tho to sail from America for the war zone Said meeting tho Board appointed the Judges; W. B. Heflin, sheriff; T. F. Ono new Pea Hullcr .$450.00-for judgo of the Court oi Apof submarines. opinion of his op- ination following citizens and legally qual- Tanner, clerk. Pea Hullcr . 100.00 Ono old According to the dlstrct. Judgo Henson In defiance peals in this Coralvo L.. A. KImmol. W. P. Ono old This announcement has Inspired in- ified voters as Precinct Election of Pea Huller . . 50.00 ponent, Judge Henson, Judgo Settle. charges, and no doubt justly charges, to torpedo tho vessel in the ficers to conduct the regular primary Brown, judges; Alvis Fulkerson, sher Ono old court in the 50.00 Pea Huller. a Judge of the highest is ineligible because he is citements that Settle sinking election August 3rd., 25.00 iff; J. II. Wood, clerk. Ono new Pen Huller commonwealth, has been violating not a legal resident of the district, Berlin press, and news of her surprise here. The Pt. Pleasant Thoodoro Hill, J. N. Ono 10 II. P. Tractor Engine. 200.00 the law by illegal voting. Judgo Set- if Settle wins we havo high Demo would occasion no Frank Black, H. II. E. Hartford Lokalanzelger says Judges; Iris Render, sheriff; Ono 8 II. P. Portablo Gas tle says he has been voting at Bowl- cratic authority for the charge that ho Berlner Stnnett, Judges; E. P. Barnard, sher- Nail, Tichenor, clerk. says 200.00A. B. Engine ing Green and Judge Henson could not serve u Ellis, clerk. Is ineligible, and iff; B. II. "We may be permitted to ask what 50.00 Narrows O. P. Willis, Joe Shultz. Ono Hay Press not a legal resident of that elected, and it Henson wins the Settle is W. Hartford S. T. Barnctt, J. h. ludces: Sam Bennett, sheriff; C. C. Ono 4 H. P. Stationary Gas carry to Europe, as city. Judge Settle win the vessel will Crowe, sheriff; legion of friends of havo no wounded on board. Bean, Judges; C. M. 150.00 Carter, clerk. Engine stylo of campaign maue sho will and morals are on tho rebuke this afraid it will be American O. C. Martin, clerk. 85.00Ralnh Walter MIdklff, R. F. Tay Farmers' Pump Englno' Patriotism o We are couh airmen and perhaps also airplanes. upon him. it iooks iiku Beda W. R. Carson, Estll Ben lor, Judges; J. A. Greer, sheriff; J. ascending scale in Owensboro. Only D. L. D. SANDEFUR, Agent. clumbsy blunder will cost the Demo"In view of the experience we have nett, Judges; H. A. Balrd, clerk; O. L. Patton, clerk. Beaver Dam, Ky. recently that city decided in solemn 2t3 crats the judge of the Court of Ap. . 'hospital ships,' our R. Tinsley, sheriff. Prentiss C. C. Dennis, James conclave that a bonfire of German peals for this district, regardless of had of capTho world always accepts a man's A. B. Wedding, Roscoo Shepherd, judges; W. A. Carebler, American friends and their President S. Springs books would place the Daviess who wins the nomination. underestimate ot himself. It's difwill not bo angry with us for asking Hardin, Judges; A. G. Murphy, sher-l- sheriff; O. E. Scott, clork. in the first rank of patriotic ital question." Herbert Grant MIdklff, W. P. Tay- ferent with tho overestimate. Al- J. E. Mitchell, clerk. cities, and now It has adoptedan or4 In following our practice of reflect- the forbidding the sale of lco ing, of this D. Taul, Lee Miller, lor, Judges; Abe Howo, sheriff, Wal- - Ibnny Journal. dinance Magan W. in tho editorial columns cream on Sunday. But gamblers and paper, what wo conceive to be the Do you get up at night? Sanol Is Judges; T. F. MIdklff, sheriff; C. W. all kidney or bladscarlet women still flourish In that most advanced public opinion, it surely tho best for der troubles. Sanol gives relief in Mosley, clerk. country-lovinseems that we must sometimes offend 24 hours form all backache and bladCromwell S. L. Stevens, Clarence guaranteed city. our friends. We regret, sincerely re- der troubles. Sanol is a a bottle at James, Judges; Isaac Cooper, sher gret, that this must bo true, but we remedy. 50c and $1.00 iff; Sherman Taylor, clerk. 46-Seasonable rains this week will know no oher rule to follow but to the drug store. Cool Springs H. L. Taylor, C. E. A DISMISS EFORMATORY mean much to all kinds of crops, but rnlv unon our own Judgment. Elliott, Judges; N. M. Taylor, sheriff; more especially to tho corn crop, ino nowsnaner. to command public ro- GUARD FOR DISLOYAITY J. N. Borryman, clerk. long drouth gave amplo opportunity Btiect. must stand for tho best inter J. T. Carter, S. L. N. Rockport for cultivation, and whilo tho corn est of tho community of its publica Frankfort, Ky., July 20. The Fulkerson, Judges; E. C. Woodburn, properly discrop now looks ragged, dismissed clerk; J. W. Ross, sheriff. tion, and must be ns fearless to criti- board of control We have opened a Produce House in Hartford, Ky., tributed molsturo might yet result in cise its friends as to criticise its ene from tho service of tho state F. M. J. H. Miles, T. H. S. Rockport crop. Tho next door oiler's grocery, and we are going "more than an average mies. Wo always find it dlsagreeanie Cecil, of Washington County, a guard Hunley, Judges; Layton Williams, good time for the toto pay the highest cash prices eveiy rains came in provoke antagonism, but as long at the Frankfort Reformatory, who Is sheriff; Jno. T. Jackson, clerk. pro- lo bacco, and a big yield of that day in the week. as the paper Is under our inuuuuu- accused of making a disloyal stateSelect W. I. Langford, C. W. was duct Is in prospect. Tho rain mnnt wo shall hew to the lino, as we ment concerning a number of negroes Judges; N. II. Keown, sheriff; also the salvation of our war gardens. seo lt.wlthout particular regard to tho on their way to Camp Taylor to on- - E. B. Flnley, clerk. Cecil was accused of Mllnir of tho chips. A newspaper ter tho army. vaHorse Branch Miles Crowder, V. Further Information from tho owes a responsible duty to tho public, baying. "I wish every d d ono of tho A. Stewart, judges; Joe Miller, sher rious counties of the district confirms and when it falls to perform It, out of necroes would bo killed." iff; Jack Walker, clerk. our btatemont that Mr. M. U Heavrin He has been held to tho federal loss of patronago or tho ofRoslne Tom Crowder, J. B. Mon hands down tho nomination fear of will win 13 a use- grand jury In the sum of $500 ball. roe, Judges; Lonoy Thompson, sher of Appeals. fending of friends, It becomes for Judgo of tho Court parasite on tho public that sup- His trial, if indicted, will come up iff; E. F. Llles, clerk. Heavrin less Our advices indicate that Mr. v. Tinnvor Dam Ben Reld, W. 11. ports it. here in September. Hs defense s will carry every county In tho district he was not referring to tho negro Taylor, Judges; W. M. Baldwin, sherthat with tho possible exception oi neiuiui i Th(J oy tight m tho east points soldiers when ho wished they would county. Mr. , iff; Ellis Smith, slerk. day for lir, killed, eon, his opponent's homo ,,awnlnB of another but to all negroes generally. W. Beaver Dam Sam u. btovens, superior fitness us a la Heavrin's Tho nepubl. Tho board of control feels that it is. RoowJveU W. R. Cook, Judges; Dick coleman, voters of tno Tjieoioro hayo offered h(m yer Is wellknown to tho bad policy to have In tho employ ot sheriff; Joe Williams, clerk. temper- district, and his wellknown KOVOrnor8h,Pi whlch ho has de- McIIenry A. M. Smith, E. F. Rentho stato a man accused oi maKing a nuu muv... , anco v lows and habits Thn nrobloms of roconatruct- - disloyal statement. Owned and operated by Armour As Lo., incorporder. Judges; Sam James, sheriff; his strength. lug tho country ufter tho war will ated. United States Food Administration License Roscoo Pirtlo, clerk. coininnnd greater skill than tho conWhen vou havo Backache tho liver proclamaS. II. Render, W. E. Centertown No. Tho President Issued a Social, civic and or kidneys aro sure to bo out of gear. con- duct of the war. Brown, Judges; Hulbort Bean, shertaking over for government L. T. RILEY, Manager. tion systems must bo moulded Try Sanol, It does wonders for the telephone political iff; O. M. Bishop, clerk. trol all of tho telegraph nnd July anew and will require a strong hand liver, kidneys and bladder. A trial Ray Lonzo France, Smallhous tystems of tho country, effective su- to shupo them to meet tho new con- 50c bottle will convince you. Get it tho Judges; Sam Crumbecker, 31. and placing thorn under General ditions. Rooiovelt is the foremost at tho drug store . .. of Postmaster pervision w After allowing much for tho partiality of friendly newspaper correspondents, it Is still apparent that the American soldiers In Franco are performing miracles of daring and courage on tho Hem or name. foro them riso the mignty uermuii army and between them and home rolls nearly three thousand nines oi u- bu Following n quotation from Knl- tenbacher In the Louisville. Times nlintit local political conditions in Hint cltv. the Hartford Herald mak"s nn obscure statement about this news- nnnfir helnc icnorant of tho failure of somebody to put something over on somebody else in the Fifth district. Wo Infer tho Herald had reference to our mention, sometime ago, of the offer of tho Republicans of tho Fifth district, to follow the President's suggestion of adjourning politics, and glvo tho Democrats no opposition for tho one, and the Republicans nono for tho other, in tho races for Judgo of the Court of Appeals and for congress, which proposition the Democrats refused to accept. Tho Republicans now hold all tho county and Ity offices, In Loulsvlllo and Jefferson county, and having control of tho police department so they can prevent tho Democrats from stealing tho election, it was an unselfish offer. We nro glad the Democrats declined the offer, as It Is nbout as certain as nn future event can be that tho Republi cans will elect both officers in ques tion. 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Conservatively rated at 1 8, New features include self- lias starter; electric liGhts; electrical the new sovcrnor; perfected overhead- - ample power for heavy belt work, engine that and can plow as much in n day valve, is free from vibration; complete "with two plows as the ordinary tractor, because of its enclosure of nil moving parts; thrcc-plodifferential lock which increases greater speed. Yet it is light enough for such workns cultiva- traction. ting, mowing, etc., which do not Drop forgings. rcqu;re 8Q much power, parts, steel cut gears and un- We wi1 be Rta(j lo tei you nn ni,ou, usually large bearings add extra tbjj wonderful tractor. The next time you me In town callon us. years of endurance. al one-ma- n t I Molinc-Univers- al 9-- Moline-Univcrs- four-cylind- er heat-treate- d E. P. BARNES & BRO. BEAVER DAM. ut n, ry ui-w- - out-and-o- io 1 30-l- n. . 28-I- n. n. 32-i- I 24-I- n. lls: - - f; g, Sabbath-observln- g yr New Poultry House t to-da- y Ran-ne- y, Hens Springers Roosters 20 cts. 23 cts. cts. 31 cts. Eggs, per doz. Packing Butter, lb. 25 cts. -- I Kentucky Creameries, . J, 4G-- yr -- V V !jii ); :, hr 1 MlUlCMeM'tsd NEW . ARRIVALS! n 1 1 We have just received some very desirable mer chandise, including fancy plaid Voils and Organdies. 'Also some in solid colors, in blue, rose, pink, grey, -m i. i. rF i ii jpurganciy.niiu green, worm on mantet uniay ouu yarci. uur price iuc. ' New Ginghams The much sought for large plaid Ginghams arc Riow in stock. Splendid for street wear and school dresses. Our special prices. 30c, 35c and 40c. Mr. nnd Mrs. Mgo Cooper, of After ft lirlcf visit with Mr, Johnspent Tuesday hero, tho guests son's father, Mr Willam Johnson, nnd of tho family of Mr. W. M. Hudson. Mrs. Johnson's father, Mr. Alex Carson, of Norrcok, Mr. nnd Mrs. John Tho court houso floor around tho Johnson left for thoir homo nt Dehnr.and tho isles, hns liccn recently catur, Ala., Monday. laid with n very high grado llnollum. Mr. Henry Pirtlo hns nnd an attachI Misses Cathcrlno nnd I.ucllo Ilond, ment adjusted to his wagon by which .of Ellzabothtown.aro visiting tho fam- - ho substitutes his tractor for n team hlly of Mr. Will McDanlcl, at Olaton. of horses. .Mr. Pirtlo camo In town I pulling two wngons, loaded with hogs, with motor power. Omnr Iilanford nnd wife, of Owen lioro, camo up Sunday to visit Mrs. Wo must nsk our regular corresBlnnford's sister, Mrs. L. Crnbtrco pondents, as well ns others to sign Miss Dowoy Johnson, tho pretty their nnmos to their correspondence. pioneer field worker In overnlls, Is Wo will not uso tho nnmo but must nt Rochester for a two weeks well Insist upon nil communications being signed by the writer. earned vacation. y, Our Hosiery Is Right! New Woolens New mid-summ- er and Silks m Silks and Woolens. Also some advanced fall styles. 36 inch Taffeta Silk in black, burgandy, olive, regimental blue, Copenhagen, 1 green and grays, all desirable shades, for mid-sumer and fall wear. Special price $1.50 yard. 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. Gowns and Garments must be just right and very smart Autumn Auturrin. Needs are coming near Arc you preparing for tliem? M X( ft' W h-- McCall Patterns are the fulfilment of your desires and the easiest to reproduce m fit MIL M3 McCall Patterns for Mil McCall Patterns for August f wirt iow on oale ti.lli August s MIJ -- Now 'on Sale. f MJ Wal SL.lt J&zzb&o (The Hartford Republican JULY no , FRIDAY Mr. Comio Neighbors has sold his stock of merchandise, at Dundee, to Mr. Ed. Duke. Now is tho timo to sow red top and clover seed. Get them from W. E. ' ELLIS & BRO. 3U If., H. & E. It. It. TIME TABLE. outh Bound, No. 116 9:06 a. m. Due at Hartford Tho Ohio County Drug Co., has a Worth Dound, No. 114 6.46 p. m. lino of box paper never before equalat Hartford Due ed In Hartford. 2t3 (Both "Mixed" Trains. ) Miss Hattio Weller, of Dtindce, has gone to Oklahoma where she will engage In teaching. I Personal News and Social Eueots, J Mrs. J. A. Bennett returned from a visit with relatives at Indiana. Mr. nnd Mrs. Dan King, of OwensMr. Ed Barra83 was In Owensboro boro, camo up Sunday to spend a few days with friends here. Monday. Mr. L. L. Trogdcn, called on us Tuesday. of Route 5, Mr. M. L. ITcavrin, candidato for Tho yellow slip on your paper Judgo of tho Court of Appeals, hns shows tho dny and year to which spent tho week out in tho district, your subscription 13 paid. Send us meeting the voters. money order or check for the amount. Labor and paper are too high for us to extend long credits. Mr. Randall Collins, who was on In a Louisvillo hospital some Christopher Johnson, from tho St time ago for gall stones, is nt homo Louis board, Veachel Park, from tho and will soon ho out again. Detroit board, and Elbert Goodnll, Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry Hoover, of from tho Cincinnati board, all Ohio Centrnl City, attended tho funornl of county boys, left with tho local bunch their grnnd mother, Mrs. Marian for Cnmp Taylor yesterday. Wclnshelmcr, here, Sunday. Ola Keown, an Adaburg boy who Attend tho big war conforenco hero ha3 been at Greenleaf, Gn., nt nn August 8. A soldier from tho trench army camp for some time arrived cs will recount tho terrible experienc homo Monday. Young Keown was es of our boys with tho Huns. discharged for physical disability. He Isfla son of Mr. J. J. Keown. It's MAJESTIC rnngo bargain week at E. I. BARNES & BRO. In mentioning last week thnt the storo next wcok. Don't fall to take road tax election would not bo held, advantage of this special offer. wo said It was because tho sheriff overlooked advertising the election, Mrs. C. C. Park nnd children, of but Mr. Uratcher informs us that ho Narrows, came to Hartford Saturday never had any order to advertise it. and spent scvernl days with her par ents, M. nnd Mrs. J. H. Thomas. It is reported that tobacco dealers have been offering, in somo sections, Miss Mnttlo Tlchcnor, Mrs. Daisy to contract for tho growing crop of Moscley nnd Mr. V. A. Matthews are tobacco at twenty-fiv- e and thirty dolassisting county clerk Blankcnshlp lars per hundred. Wo can not vouch In makng the tnx books. for these statements, but have heard them made on the streets. It's really worth your while to nt tend E. P. BARNES & BRO. Beaver Superintendent Howard Informs us Dam, MAJESTIC rango bargain sale. he hns found it impossible so far to There's a real bargain in store for employ teachers for all the districts you. in the county. Thero aro a number of teachers In the county not employWo have Just received a largo ed In teaching, but they are finding supply of Kitchen Cabinets. Call more lucrative employment. and sec our line before buying. Can save you money. Mr. Park Taylor, who has Just ACTON BRO.S graduated from the aviation school, 3t2. at Columbus, Ohio, was here from Don't forget that August 9 will Friday until Wednesday with his bo tho last day you can get tho Hart mother, Mrs. W. M. Hudson. He left ford Republican for one dollar a year. Wednesday morning for tho practice On nnd after August 10 it will be field, either in Texas or California. $1.G0 per year. Our good friend Arthur Kirk has Tuesday's Louisvillo Herald car- been wandering around tho world ried a good picture of our former somewhere for tho past week. He townsman, Major James M. Dewecse, left no forwarding address at tht who is now with tho cavalry at Ft. postoftice, and we havo no means of knowing his whereabouts. We simply Riley, Kansas. record the fact that he has been Mr. Gaylo Taylor, with tho I. C. away. Railroad Company at Chicago, visitMr. Jesse Hedden, the soldier boy ed his mother, Mrs. Moso Hudson, Mondny. Ho returned to the windy who married Wednesday and left for tho camp yesterday, was granted thf city Monday night. privilego, by tho local board, of re A son was born to the wife of Mr. turning with his wife to his home at C. W. Royal, of Fordsvllle, on July 1. Ellmitch to spend Wednesday night. The young gentleman Is a grandson Ho camo in over the M. H. & E. yesof G. Davis Royal, who calls him his terday morning. MT .WOMAN1 SlimOziJ&iVl HILD P9u.m-K Man. Off StmasssSfKf-jiSr!- j P"". Trade Mark Regis tered You want good, durable Hosieiy. 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 Hosieiy, come here for relief. Carson POULTRY (El Co. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. WANTED! As the market is so fluctuating, we will not quote you prices on poultry and eggs this week, but "Independence" grandson. Mr. Mrs. A. B. Riley was called to Livermorp Wednesday at attend tho burial of her father, Mr. D. L. Johnson. Mr. Johnson died Tuesday of heart trouble, superinduced by old age. He was seventy six years old. Tho burial was In Livermore ceme-tre- y. Esqulro W. S. Dean, of Dundee, was among our visitors Monday. Keown who has been ill of tonsilitis, is very much improved. Mrs. S. O. Mr. W. H. Petty, of Barretts Ferry, 17 called on us while In town yesterday. , Mr. Otto Martin was In Lexington, on legal business, tho first of tho week. INSURE your tobacco against hall, W. II. BEAN, Agent. Hartford, Ky. Rev. Walter Creep proached nt New Baymus church, near Narrows, Sunday . Mr. W. P. Render, of Centortown Route 1, called on us whllo in town Monday. Miss Grace Ronfrow, of Narrows, will teach tho Island school, In McLean county, this fall. John St. Clair, of South Car-Mr. rollton, called on us Tuesday. St. Clair has bought a farm near ' Row A. D. Litchfield began a proand will movo back to Ohio tracted meeting at Goshen last night. county the first of the year. It will continue ten days. The protracted meeting conduct Mrs. Mattyo Turner returned Sun- ed by Evangelist J. W. Cantrill and day from a visit with her sons, O. L. Rev. R. H. Harper at Washington and H. E. Turner, at Buford. closed Sunday. There were seventeen additions to tho church. Dr. E. P. Rogers and little son, Glenn Adair, were pleasant callers at Miss Beulah Mooro, who has been the Republican ofllco Tuesday. with this paper for several months In the capacity of linotype operator, has Attornoys C. E. Smith and A. D. resigned to engage in teaching school. Tuesday Miss Moore will teach at Bells Run. Kirk were in 'Fordsvillo taking depositions in a lawsuit. Manager Barrass Is bringing some Floyd J. Laswell, postmaster at high class films to the Star Theater, Owensboro, and Mrs. Freeman Little and tho liberal patronage given his wore married in Louisvillo Tuesday. offorta to please and entertain is a well merited compliment to the enA complete line in all departments ergetic manager. is what tho Ohio County Drug Co., is constantly striving to keep up. 2t3 An automobile truck lino has been put in operation botween Hartford Mrs. C. M. Barnett went to Nash- and Owensboro. Tho trip is made ville yesterday for an extended visit from Owensboro to Hartford in the morning, and tho return trip is made with her daughter, Mrs. E. W. in the afternoon. Cen-tcrtow- n, guarantee the highest cash prices. Consult us before you sell, and you will be convinced that we are the highest cash buyers. r HHIHHIHHHHHH SEAY-ADAMS Wo frequently have subscribers say, when paying their subscription, I did not think it had been that long." There is no excuse for any patron being in doubt about when his subscription expires. The dato of expiration is on tho yellow address slip on his paper each week. DAVIDSON CO. W. E. ELLIS & BRO, Managers. License No. To get a handsome set of ktchen- waro absolutely free If you buy a MAJESTIC rango next week, is an offor Visit worth investigating. our special demonstration during the week commencing July 22nd, and we will show you this fine waro gift. which is an E. P. BARNES & BRO. Beaver Dam. out-and-o- ut Try running an account with your grocer as long as yeu have with your county paper and see if ho will stand Mr. F. H. May, of Friars Point, for it. Miss., is spending a few days with Ohio county has a real ltvo candirelatives at Beaver Dum. date for congress. Mr. M, L. Anient, Sam Rafforty has been appointed of Beaver Dam, is a caadldate on tho overseer of a section of tho Horso Socialist ticket. Branch nnd Cromwell road. The new, smooth finish MAJESA stranger can tell who Is doing tho TIC ranges on display at E. P. BARprincipal business In a town, by ob NES & BRO. storo, are beauties. serving tho advertising In tho local You should seo them this week dur ing tho special demonstration. j)aner. Mr. W. B. Hunter, of Louisville, is spending several days in tho county clerk's ofllco making abstracts of laud titles for the Louisville Titlo Com pany. Ho Is examining the title to Echols coal lands. ottlco Inspector with him The Temple girl, mentioned elsewhere in these columns as stirring up a hornots nest in the morals of the Reynolds neighborhood, came to town yesterday, and after being Interviewed by the county Judgo and county attorney, was sent out to tho almshouse to be cared for while an Investigation is being ma'de. It may develop that other men than those accused will be called to account for their conduct with the girl. Has worn-ou- t Postmaster BIrkhead had tho post- this week. it ever occurred to you that a Some postofllco inspectors aro clover fellows. We don't know this ono, but our experience with them as a class Is that they attach tho greatest authori ty to a small oHlce of any, officials with whom wo have had to deal. rango wastes money in burning too much fuel and spoiling who will food? A rango expert havo charge of tho MAJESTIC DEMONSTRATION during tho week com- mencing July 22nd will show you how tho MAJESTIC range cuts This is a beautiful place. Put your return address on your letters and write with ink. Answer soon Your son, 1.ETTEU TO MOTHER. HARLAN E. TINSLEY. Mrs. E. E. Tinsley. Somewhere In England, June 25. mm Dear Mother. I will wrlto wou a Ohio County Court This leaves mo and fow lines tho other boys all well. I hope you Mont Johnson, et al., Vs. Order. have already received the card advising you that I had arrived safely on Motion to change boundary of precinct. this side of tho ocean. I also wrote Come Mont Johnson, Arvln Tich- you a letter whllo I was on board ship. Tho mail Is all censored, and enor and M. P. Tichenor and movo tho We are court that they be transferred from I can't tell you very much. told what not to write, so It won't the Beda voting precinct to Wost take letters so long to go through. Hartford voting precinct, which moYou can write me jnost anything tion being submitted to the court and you want to and It will get through the court being advised sustained all right. So write to me often, and said motion, it is now ordered by tho don't worry about me, for I am get- court thnt the boundary of Beda votting along line, and you havo nothing ing precinct No. 3 bo changed so as to worry about. I think I am almost o exclude tho farms of Mont Johnson, as safo as I would bo wero I in the Arvln Tichenor and M. F. Tichenor, United States. If you don't hear from which farms aro now embraced in. mo as often as you think you should said Beda voting precinct, and tho don't think anything of it, for there voting precinct of West Hartford is Is a thousand ways in which the mail ordered changed so as to include tho may get lost. I have not had a let farms of Mont Johnson, Arvln Tichter from you since I left Camp Taylor. enor and M. F. Tichenor. down household expenses. E. P. Barnes & BRO. Beaver Dam, to-da- y. pm Y ROCKPORT. CIRCUIT COURT. down liildwny In my courso of study. Ch'in'n. Ilonrd James Wilson. Judgo R. W. Slack, Owcnsboro. Four years In collego and two In tho Clerk Rushing Hunt. C. E. Smith, Hartof farming. Coin'lli. Attorney tlicologlc.il seminary, working my The (internment mid Farm Labor. Pollco Judge John T. Jacksorx. field must bo mado to way mid spending my vactlons In Every wheat ford. No department of aovernmont hns Marshal Will Lnngford. nny authority under tho law to selzo do Its best for tho Qorman farmer earning money undcrmlnded my Clerk A. C. Tortcr, Hartford. REAVER DA.M. labor nor can tho Government crcato will ralso an nvcrago of moro than hcnlth. 1 had to givo up tho minis Otto C, MarMaster Commissioner Is to DO bushels per ncro and tho Kentucky try, but I resolved when I entered Ch'm'n. Hoard W. T. McKennoy-- . labor. Tho best wo can do tin, Hartford. Clerk R. W. King. study each situation and to furnish farmer must strive to equal or hotter business that I would carry with mo Trustee Jury Fund Cnl P. Koown, Pollco Judgo J. W. Coopor. information and every possible- as- this yield. It Is well known that all tho Ideals and principles that had Marshal R. F. Slovens. Hnrtford. sistance In shifting labor from ono wheat yields well when It follows boon niluo when I planned to be n neighborhood or region to nnothor," tobacco so every field of tobacco minister of the gospel. All In all, I 1st Monday In March 12 dny roitnsviLLE. nnd If that Is not possible In n given should bo sown to wheat this fall think It is easier to prnctlco than to Com'th. and Civil. Ch'm'n. Ilonrd W. R. Jonc case to call upon tho towns and cities and tho farmer who falls to sow his preach; but I liavo had to modify a Clerk Olla Cobb. 1st Monday In May 12 dayi Civil. dependent upon agricultures to mobi- tobacco field in wheat will not bo number ot my theories, often very Pollco Judgo C. P. Kesslngor. 1st Monday In July 12 days much to my sorrow. experience doing lis best to servo lis country. lize all town men of farm jMnrshal Orunt Pollard. Stubble Holds that aro to ho sow Com'th. nnd Civil. "I started my family llfo with dally for nld to farmers, If need bo by Stubble fields that aro to bo sown worship and mnlntnlncd It with in12 days women In stores nnd shops In 3d Mondny In September n wheat should bo plowed early, bc- - creasing dlfllculty as tho rcsponslblll-le- s Civil. order to relievo temporarily OITICIAL .school calkndah. foro tho 10th of August at tho latest, nnd cares of business grow. Final4th Monday in November 12 days Comity Ilonrd of Education. as wheat will not do its best ou a ly and I confess it with sorrow I Com'th. nnd Civil. i gave it up. It was almost Impossible only fresh plowed field. E. S. Howard, S. S. O. C. As recently as 190C there wcro Farmers shauld plan now tho fields to get tho family together at any Dlv. No. 1 J. M. Hoover, HartCOUNTY COURT. 100,000 motor vehicles In tho United ford, Kj. states compared with nearly 5,000,-(10- 0 that they will sow in wheat nnd tlmo In tho day, and tho hurried, Meets first Monday in each month. Dlv. No. W. DufT, FordsTllIc, of 1917, whllo In 1904 the total should mako arrangements enrly to perfunctory attempts grow woarlsomc secure a suluclcnt quantity of the nnd unprofitable, nnd I doubt if Its Judge Mnck Cook. pubKy. outlay In money nnd labor on tho Dlv. No. 3 II. L. Carter, Narrows,. County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. lic roads aggregated only $S0,000,-00- 0, best seed wheat that can be obtained vnluo repaid tho effort. I gave it up, and, although I am unhappy about Ky. compared with somo $300,000,-00- 0 and should order tho phosphate Clerk W. C. Blankenshlp. uroht,er wilt bo required to thatt they will require for their It, I do not Beo a remedy." Dlv. No 4 Ilobcrt Goff, noslno Sheriff S. A. Dratchcr. for 1917. Thus tho public roads bond with npproved security imcrop. Delay means failure and failures Ky. A similar experience lias occured In mediately after sale. Superintendent E. S. Howard. have been changed with bowlldorlng Given under my hand this tho 16th Dlv. No. C Otis II. Stovons, Heav many homes. It must bo confessed rapidity from tho status of tho purely In tho wheat crop from nil save Jailer Worth TIchenor. day of July, 191S. causes wll bo Inexcusable. er Dam, Ky. Ta Commissioner D. E. Ward. local utility to that of a utility of nathat regular family worship is nearly OTTO C, MARTIN, Tho hungry world is standing to obsolete, yet the custom involves 3t3 Dlv. No. 6 Nat LI nil Icy, Centc- rHurvcyor C. S. Moxley. tional Importance and scope. Mnster Commissioner. day on tho door-ste- p Ameri- much that Is precious. of tho M. L. Heavrin, Attorney. Jtown, Ky. Coroner Dr. A. D. Riley. j Tlmo of Meeting 1st Monday In' It may bo true that tho Chickens aro great destroyers of can farmer crying for food and the FISCAL COURT. February; let Monday in April; 1st forms nnd methods of conducting insects, including many Injurious fanners of Kentucky will answer this Meets Tuesday after first Monday Monday In Juno; 1st Monday In Auforms, In yard, pasture, and orchards. cry by raising a bumper crop of wheat family prayers are not well adapted in Janunry, April and October. gust; 1st Mondny In October; 1st ami for they know that HULI,ETS FKOM to the modern homo with its great They destroy useless grasses HUEAD ARE AS IMPORTANT AS nriety of demands and Interruptions; 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, Mondny In Dccomber. weeds also. MULLETS FROM LEAD. Routo 3. County Hoard of Examiners ) E. S: ct nny homo Is blessed that can gnth- -' MM.M W ao 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Beav- Howard, Mrs. I. S. Mason, MrB. O. W. or its members for even a quiet two The germs of some of our worst TO THE TAXPAYERS OF OHIO CO. er Dam. Duff. . nlnutcs for a united upward look. A plant diseases, including tho blnck-r- ot Q. n. Brown, Simmons. .till District Jnn. 25 nnd 2C Common School' of cabbage, liavo single verso of scripture, a good and black-le- g Section 5 Chapter 11 of Act 10 IS thought upon Ith District O. W. Rowe, Center- - Diploma Examination. been found to over winter on the seed. it and n moment of Contains tho following provls'ons: town. May 10 nnd 11 Common School united prayer would bless tho family For this reason It is always advisable "It shall bo tho duty of tho tax- life of America nnd unify the higher 5th District W. C. Dnughcrty.Bnlze-town- . DIpIonm Examination. a precautionary measure, to treat as payers of the county fo appear tit May 17 nnd 18 County Teachers tho seed with some disinfectant be- tho ofllco of tho Tax Commissioner interests or tlio homo as almost no W. S. Dean, Dundee. dtli District Examination (white). sowing. one thing could do. fore between tho dates July tho 1st and other May 24 and 2C County Teachers' 7th District B. F. Rice, Fordsvillo. In the midst of so many Interests October 31st and furnish said Tax 8th District B. C. Rhondes, Hart- Examlnntlon (colored). -hens on every American A hundred that tend to disintegrate homo life, Commissioner a complcto list of their ford, Routo 5. Juno 22 nnd 23 County nnd Stato separation of the children into farm, a hundred eggs front every hen. property A safe, old fashioned of all kinds and description" the Teachers' Examination (white). CO, 000, 000,000 eggs por different rooms at school and Into difThat means remedy for worms. HARTFORD. Now in compliance with said Act. Jttno 28 nnd 29 County nnd Stato year a military resource not to bo I, or ono or more of my deputies ferent groups of friends outside, nnd Strentj.fire yean contiau-u- a Mayor J. E. Bean. Tcachors' Examination (colored). ignored. the diverging avenues of life open u die Icii tntimeaial uh will bo in my office at tho court Clerk J. A. Hownrd. Sept. 20 and 21 County nnd Stato before the feet of the older members, FREVS VERMIFUGE ci I houso to servo you. In order to avoid Follco Judge C. M. Crowe. Teachers Examination (white). SB er you. every influence is to bo cherished Sudan Grass. f delay and rush please report at the Marshal E. P. Casebler. Sept. 27 and 28 County and Stato An excellent hay crop can bo obthat daily unites all dwellers under a wfl Mn In tk kttU m kajar aaJ hcakhr. crop at any earliest possible date. common roof in a moment of uplift tained by planting this Respectfully, lit, a Writ at rwi ibvnk'i ar aVafcf caa l arnrnl Hare; m 4 and inspiration. If the morning meal time up to the 1st of July, using 10 D. E. Ward. aapplr ran. atad aama aaJ lie We Knock the Spots Out of Tbingi pounds of seed to tho acre, and tho could be preceded or followed by a WILL YOU la tut Ml not rn Ut-iax Tax Commissioner. fow minutes devotion, homo life seed Is obtainable from most of the TAKE OUR; E. & S. FREY, would gain a nuiet and rcnose that seed companies. ATTACKS WHEAT VETO. MD. ALTIMOkT. would have vast valuo for bodily 1,11,1 Washington, July 15. Senator health, for poise of spirit, and for all French Dry Cleaned and Prenod la I Fall rye can bo sown during Aug- - Gor0( ot Oklahoma, chairman of the that is best in character. A Truimtnl m Superior Manner. ust or tho first week in September senate Agrcultural Committee, in a for WEAK y and make llnest fall and winter pas- - BpeCch attackod the President's THE SECRET OK HOW TO Send as your Garment! and Bar GROW MIXATCRE TREES ture. Tlie rye can also do useu ior veto of the agricultural appropriation LUNGS or Them i early spring pasture, seeded with bill because of tho rider Increasing to CONSUMPTION har-'jo- o clover it desired, and a ryo crop For many centuries the Japanese )nishei tho Government minl- a CLEANED CUiAN Seed will bo available whoro mum price guarantee for wheat. He liavo closely guarded tho secret of vested. Packages called for and uellrerM, '' needed, A quick relict for thai llrfil, run down UtWaz. . said "if tho next houso is Republican growing miniature trees. By followcousbt, palm la cluil. nichl twrjU. hrmor ing the plan hero described, how-ave- r, I predict or believe It will bo due THE ELTE PRESSING CLUE fhacfl, urak IIlunci or contumplloo. II It doc almost any one can raise dlinin-utlv- o Dolbclp you Hl,i,e- colli you Dolilof. to this VOtO." sfc oLa; h " trees with little trouble. Lock Do 616 A good emergency crop and an cx- A. Iv Nail, Prop. "Wisdom, Justice and statomanship OHIO MEDICAL CO, COLUMDIIO O d Get a fow large, cclent forago for sheep and hogs allko prompted both Senate and House to HARTFORD". KENTUCKY. and can bo sowed up to tho 1st of raise tho price of wheat," declared ornngos and halve them. Remove August. There is a sulllclent supply tho Oklahoma Senator. He express- the pulp and cover tho outsido of tho GOOD LEXWGTOH, KYM BUSINESS UNIYEflSlTir of seed ed tho hope that "no Democrat in skin with thick shollnc. That will x Iri i shrinking. Fill In use for over 40 years! (be uJ Skouk It WJW R. Said tvSta C&tt Congress would lose his seat because keep the skin from . Writing and Teleoraphr Thousands of voluntary Ensilage Corn. tho veto was by a Democratic Presi- the skins with fine, rich soil, and Secured or Your Money Back Butlnetl, Short Hand. Typo iniiciaiMmwiiiioi jt. g ensilago corn can dent," and declared the farmer would plant therein a seed ot whatever troo A If you take tba Drntiffbon Training, the letters from women, tell;oum taulaxt anl towirt trainlne that lmslnHH men Indnrsn. Vnn miring A3A aalawe.i be used where fodder Is needed. Most meet the burden of focding tho world you wish to raise or, rather, two or con take It at college or.i; mall Write ing ol the good Cardui pniunn.litr,lonuawarurkl three seeds, to ensuro at least ono DIUl'UIIO.VS I'JIALTHUL MJKI.E.vK COLLKUr1 Special Ourpifor tJoY , ot the seed companies can furnish without profits. has done them. This is " Kr l'aducab. rrriiurnt Jlniplonnrnt. j Br mf 1 howanda of auocBXoi fairly good seed. "In so far as fine phrases or charm- good bpeclmen. Mako a stand of araduatM. iWinanrtimo. the best proof of the value ing rhetoric can compensate tho farm-- I some kind so that tho growing tree UnrAnTMKNT roit I.AIIi:4,nnlrrthrorT. I.Iob ot a l'rlmlpal. )JO ladle attending lull of Cardui. It proves that Root Crops. er for losses of $700,000,000 in 191S, can bo kept In an upright position, Beaalon. CaadBurJLf houoa. For particular, addma they will ItflLBUR ft. SMITH Cardui is a good medicine LtXINOTON, KY. Root crops, such as turnips, ruta that compensation Is the farmers," and set tho plants whero got plenty of sun; but do not keop bagas, and mangles, aro useful under i10 added for women. E1E, EAR, THROAT, NOSE I certnln conditions and mako good Senator Goro's speech was stopped them In a room that Is likely to There are no harmful or And Fitting of Glasses overheated. Water them feed. When planted in rows they by Senator Ashurst, of Arizona, pressTHE habit -- forming drugs in Mnsonlo not too profusely. After a OWIiNSBORO. KY. require much labor, but thoy can bo ing a point that It was out of order Templa SEWINQ Cardui. It is composed planted broadcast or drilled and will under tho Senate rules for a recess. tlmo tho roots will begin to come MACHINE only of mild, medicinal through tho orange peel. When that mm make good sheep forage. OF happens, cut tho roots off flush with Doing Good. Ingredients, with no bad QUALITY. orango peel, Fow medicines have met with moro the outer surfaco of tho s. llullct.s From ISrcud As Important As favor or accomplished moro good than but bo careful not to injure the film mj From Lead. It is not possible for every man to Chamberlain's Colic andDlnrrhoca ot shellac. It Is tho cutting of tho NOT TAKE fight for his country. Some must Remedy. John F. Jantzcn, Dolameny, routs that stunts tho treo. When tha SOLD - treo has reached maturity, you can light and others must work to sup- - Sask., says of it, "I Jiavo used ChamUH&R port them. Tho farmers of Kentuc- berlaln's Colic and Diarrhoea Romcdy transfer it to a moio attractive holdOTHER oE ky have a duty to perforin that is myself and in my family, and can er. NAME. Conifers such as cedars, pines and Just as necessary as lighting and that recommend it ns being an exceptionin crypfomcrlas can bo readily stunted; food for those who light, ally lino preparation." is to raise WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. so also can other evergreens, as Ilex for UULETS FROM HREAD ARE AS 1UM1ULL I'HG IS DEMOCRATS and Citrus trlfollata. Soino miniaIf you purchase tlio XV.W HO.MK you will IMPORTANT AS UULLETS FROM Peel rlcht nil the time. Don't lny oft nave a llfo nuet nt tlio Jirlco you ruy, ftud will TO VOTE I'OR OLLIE JAMES ture cedars liavo been known to last LEAD. from work for days by taking calomo not have nu uhIIok.i chalu of repairs. You can rely on Cardui. moro than 500 yenrs. , Fruit trees, Every man in Germany is bt riving when plcuBiint Liv- - Ver-La- x keeps yor vx Surely it will do for you Lexington, Ky., July 15. Hon. W. such as tho orango nnd tho plum, on your feet, while rclieviiigyourtrou,b his utmost to win tho war and tho ? Quality I' le. Sufcr too, and easy to tnko. Duirt it has done for so what Q. v. German fnrmor Is doing his part by P. Kimball, Democratic candldato for blossom and bear perfect fruit. tako anything else. You cun't nfTorc many thousands of other o United States senator, Ibsued a card raising as much food as possible. it. Eiiminutea jHjisons. demises Byn ILLS It should help. women! to "tho Democratic voters of Cause of Despondent')'. tern nnd .relieves constipation. A nut ' the The only way for tho Kentucky farmor "I was taken sick, Despondency is often caused by urul remedy, naturnl in its actions, mirf ' er to do his part in winning tho war Kentucky," In which ho urged all 3, Cheapest seemed to be in its eirect and certain in results. 1 ," go to the polls on August Indigestion nnd and constipation, is by raising more food than tho Ger- them to Won't lm lnnr linfnm ."if. 1A.... . urt? writesMrs.Mary E.Vcste, Olllo quickly disappears when Chamber-Iain- 's in llicend man farmer and as wheat Is the most and cabt their votes for Senator completely displace calomel in cverj of Madison Heights, Va. vote for M. James. Ho said ho would Tablets nro taken. Theso tabhoinc.i Children enn take it freely ant Important food tho real test ot to buy. "I got down so weak, all Demo- lets strengthen tho digestion i with perfect safety. Every bottlo and btrongth bbetween the Auiorlcan Senator James, and wanted could hardly walk . . . COc nnd $1 in bottles. None you wnntriBcwInciimcliloe, wrlto fori to do likewise. If move tho bowels. m farmer and tho German farmer will crats in tho stato genuine without the likeness nnd sIrm our luteal cntalocuu before you pure ba&o. just staggered around. a Mr. Kimball said ho entored the turo of L. K. Grigaby. For sale by bomo this fall when tho wheat Is I read of Cardui, Tbe New Horns Sewinz Machine Co., Orange, Mass race becauso ho did not want the .MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. bowu. It Is impurntlve, thoroforo, nnd after taking one botJ. H. WILLIAMS. lUrtlorC Kl Democratic nomination to bo a more Ohio Circuit Court that Kentucky farmers mw the largtle, or before taking quite form, or handed out by a Dona Kiper, who sues, &c, .''lantlffs. ( VI est wheat acreage on record and pro- matter of all, 1 felt much better. I i Vs. Notice. committee, but he wanted tho will ot took 3 or4 bottles at duce the maximum yield per acre. rnl.. t:. m.... Ai'll...... A nl ni.p..(..i...,i.. Wuiitt .M peoplo expressed. Every fleld that might be sown in tho that time, and was ablo to Dy virtue of a Judgment and order Ho said ho had no npologies to do my work. I take it in of salo of tho Ohio Circuit Court wheat but that stands Idle will stand to certain politicians In tho rendered at its July term, 1918, in the spring when runthere as a blot upon the patriotism mako t'ac ob not getting their permission tho above cause, for tho purpose of down. 1 had no appetite, of tho man who owns It and every btnto for Ho said they had salo nnd distribution among tio to mnko tho race. and I commenced eating. field that is not so cultivated that I Idea that liconse to run for olllco parties entitled thereto, at will offer It is the best tonic I ever for sale at public outcry, tho court will produce a maximum crop will bo the 1 Gu:cctd when everything FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE else falls. bo Issued in tho samo form as house door in Hartford, Kentucky, on w." Try Cardui. Unsolved In water for douche atop an ally to thu Gorman Kaiser. No should in nervoui p'.ostratiar? and ftmale by Monday tho 5th day of August, 191S, Is required to run an automobile pelvic catarrh, ulceration and Inflam'.VCaUnesse A' thev nrff lha Kiinreina farmer should say ho cannot afford a tag. about tho hour of ono o'clock P. M., mation, Recommended by Lydia E. icmeily, ot thousands hive testified. AH to grow wheat because ho cannot proupon a credit of ;slx and twelve Finkham Med. Co. for ten yrari. i FOR ECIttNBY, LIVER AND mouths, tho following described prop-artA tiealinff wonder for nawil catarrh, duce a miaicleut number ot bushel MO 1 57CMACK TROUBLE sore throat and oro cyo. Economical. per acre to make it pay an this is not Hal tfltr.oijinarv rluDUnr. an.1 ntm... I.I K... h tbe Sjest nvdWne ever sold A trnck of land in Ohio County, FOR FLETCHER'S K." tfir.n-i-- an jiKgtiincnt against growing Uifjt TV t Kentucky, bounded as follows cvii a iti .vus 'a iouut:r. lntt .it ,irjuui!it .'B uist his metliul Beginning at tho Cromwell and 9-sub-stltut- Farm Department FAMILY WORSHIP "I studied for tho ministry," snhl a successful business man, "but I broko Ilrownsvllle road; thence E. with tho llrownsvlllo road to a gum In J. M. Whlto's line; tlienco with his lino to a vvhlto oak, corner with Eldcn Miller's; thenco with said Miller's lino to tho Warren Mill nnd Unlzo-tow- n road; thenco S. with said road to tho beginning, containing 25 acres, moro or less. The above land wns transferred to J. M. White- by deed from L. C. Royal nnd wife, M. J. Royal, on tho 16th day of February 1899, and recorded in tho Ohio County Clerk's olllco In deed book 21, pngo 584. Also ono houso nnd lot, beginning on a stone on tho Urownsvlllo road, James and Motherland's corner; thenco with said road N. S7 E. 20 poles to a stone; thenco S. 3 W. 12. poles to a stone; thenco N.3 E. 12 poles to tho beginning, containing 1 ncres. This tract of land was deeded to O. S. White by F. M. Haven and recorded in tho Ohio County Clerk's olllco on September 10th, 1S96, in deed book 17, pngo 75, nnd tho nbovo lot wns transferred to J. M. Whlto by deed from O. S. White and wife, J. J. Whlto, on tho 4th day of May, 1907, recorded In samo olllco In deed book 29, pago 578. And all of which property wns cnnvnvml m Ed Evnns by J. N. White and wife, Dora White, by deed dated Janunry 27, 1910, nnd recorded in tho Ohln County Clerk's olllco in deed book 39, cx-cu- to DIRECTORY 7 20. for-Uz- cr nt-tur- al 'sy ffi K? Mothers rmi t isVXx J ver FortkeCMIdrm S3 rf Ladies' and Men's Garments GERMINAL. REMEDY fr.J to-da- 1 mY vi -- SS.i -- thick-skinne- For Weak Women VI HMlcV? HHr HlHV FOR ONE MONTH A J OSITIO'N J. H.THORPE quick-growin- I v iXr r ooc? lr DR. . bo-co- rcgu-larly.b- ut v r after-effect- 3 USE LI NEW V-VER-- CAESDUI The Woman's Tonic For Lazy Liver and the Troubles Constipation. HOME ' ... UHJlt. iBfl I eruar-nntee- ... :a ffere 82 8. Every Woman UK Druggists Children Cry y, to-w- lt: CASTO R' A .i: "" JH THE GERMAN AMBITION '' larfh.t UNABLE TO UNDERSTAND IT MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. ZOZOZCOZOZOZOZOZOZZ3C KOIOIO&XOZOZOIOI J German Propagaiia Like a f: t Knife Thrust in the Back By CLARENCE L. SPEED g fc I A f (Written for the War Committee of the Union League Club of Chicago.) Smash that damnable Hun propa- tional Alliance which recently went ganda and we will smash the German out of business while Its activities were under'flre of congressional Invesline. General Perchlno. tigation. The Teutonic Sons of America and other similar bodies also were Ocnornt Pershing hns scon conditions nt liomo and he hns fnced the openly active Just before we went Into Ornnnn troops In France. He knows the war. Wo hear very little of these organithat Germnny has a powerful wnr but he Is not nfrnld of It. He zations now, but their members nre knows Hint American soldiers are. the still In the United States, It Is highly inntch for the troops of the kaiser, nnd Improbable that they nil experienced a that American spirit "over there" Is us change of heart the moment the United States dcclnred war. vstnnch as miin's heart can he. Vlmt flenernl IVrshlnj: Is afrnld of Spread Red Cross Rumors. If he knows fear at all Is not the They spread tho rumors about the high explosive shell, the poison Kns, the Red Cross selling its supplies Jnstead mlnenwerfer or the machine mm, hut of giving them to the soldiers for the secret, treacherous, underhanded whom they nrc Intended. Oermnn propapindn that Is still going They torture American mothers on here In the United States. with wild stories of shocking lmmor-nllt- y Secret Propaganda Goes On. In France tales which nre reIt Is certnln thnt the secret Oermnn futed by the magnificent way In which propaganda goes on. It reaches Into tho French armies have stood up the homes and wrings the heartstrings ngnlnst overwhelming odds. They cause unrest by spreading ruof the mothers whose sons nrc going overseas. It sneaks Into the factories mors of food being commandeered In where wnr work Is being done nnd the pantries of private homes, nnd they whispers to the workers to slow up. It seek, by exaggerating tales of scarcity, penetrates Into tho meeting halls of to cause excessive buying which Inlnbor unions nnd says "strike." On creases the scarcity. They cause the city consumer to betho railroads, where hundreds of thousands of workers ure struggling with lieve thnt he is being made the victim tho greatest congestion tlds country of extortion, while nt the snme time hns ever known, the German propa- they tell the farmer he is not being ganda spreads discontent. To the paid enough for his grain and live farmer It snys "hoard" nnd to the city stock. Humors of the torpedoing of transconsumer It whispers of extortion nnd profiteering. To the mnn of business ports, with the loss of thousands of It prntes of government Incompetency soldiers, they find particularly effecand Inefllclenry; nnd to the' derelict, tive In causing anxiety In the hearts 'the wanderer, the tramp If you please of those whose loved ones have gone It preaches class hatred nnd revolt. across the sens, or mothers whose sons nre about to be taken In the Loves the Pacifist Here. Germany, the nation which glorifies draft. All such stories, started originally wnr above all else, loves the pacifist propagandists, are ofin this country. Peace Is the favorite by ten spread, Innocently enough, by loy-topic of conversation among the Americans, who repent them and They would quit cold, womfl compromise, would do anything, In talk about them. Thus they unwitshort, except fight out this war to n tingly become the tools of the kaiser."Let the German agents who Infinish and crush forever that menace of militarism which, above all things, vented these lies he the only ones to pass them on," Is tho plea of the adthe pncillst Is supposed to abhor! Creating friction nnd Jealousy among ministration and of ordlnnry patriotic the nations allied against the kaiser horse sense. If this Is done It soon will be posIs ono of tho propagandists' most effective methods. They ure nctlvo sible to spot n mnn who Is In favor of Germnny Just ns easily as though he abettors of that group of Americans of were out In the middle of tho street Irish extraction who are bitter against 3:nglnnd. They work effectively among trampling nn American Hag. rem in propaganda. the half educated who, by superficial ,. reading of United States history, have now much more a menace German been accustomed to regard Kngland as propaganda Is than German military might Is easily seen by tho experiAmerica's traditional enemy. They create distrust and suspicion ences of Ilusslu and Italy. Tho of Japan, and both here and In tho Husslnns, restive under a Orient have so sown the seeds of sus strict autocracy, nnd fighting, not for picion that nt times It seemed ns the principle of democracy, hut be cause they were ordered to fight, were though a t'onlllct must Inevitably Down In Mexico bandits like told that all they need do was to lay Villa get money and supplies from down their arms nnd they would hnve mysterious sources, making necessary reace. Tho Italians wero told that the the 'holding of u considerable Ameri--ca- n Trench and English troops were shootforce on the border. How far reaching and well organ- ing down their wives nnd children, ized the Gorman propaganda was In who were starving at home. this country Just before wo entered There are hundreds of thousands of the wnr was shown Iti 1015 when mem- Americans of German descent who nre bers of congress were flooded with American to the core and who are donearly a million telegrams, all of Iden- ing all that they can for tho cause of tical wording, protesting ugnlnst the America. All honor to them. Side by shipment of arms to tho enemies of slilo with theso lovnl citizens, however. Germany. Tho American Kmbargo and sometimes hiding behind their' Conference! was tho organization be- cloak arc the skulking allies of the; hind these messages. It sprang up ut- kaiser. most In ( night and a million teleAmerica now knows or should know grams cost a lot of money. tho dunger from theso crafty plotters Tho American Truth society was and their Insidious German propaganof the organizations which da. And what cun wo each do about seemed to have plenty of funds and It? Wo cun and should chulleugo evsought to Inlluenco members of con- ery story wo hear which wnacks of gress In favor of prohibiting tho ship- Oermnn propaganda Itefuso to uccept ment of arms and ammunition. Then any story tending to weaken American Na morals without the rgo ihero was the. Gemian-Ainerlcuinn-chin- e, n nl en-.su- e. er u Ohio Circuit Court. Frenchmen Gathered In Groups to Alien Woodhurn, ct nl., Plaintiffs. Vs Notice of salo. Watch American Vho Was Arthur Ilcr, et nl Defendants. Actually Drinking Water. Hy virtue of a Judgmont nnd order William Allen White tells In the of snlo of tho Ohio Circuit Court rendered at Its July term, 191S, in Book News Monthly how thirsty he tho nlmvo styled action, for the purbecame for water, Just common, plain pose of a salo and distribution of tho wnter, on n motor Journey through proceeds among the Joint owners of France, where It was. not snfe, for tho land herein described, I will offer snnltnry reasons, to drink the water for Bnlo nt Public outcry to tho highof the region. The coffee did not taste est nnd best bidder nt tho court houso good nnd the wine tnsted like diluted door In Hnrtford, Ky on Monday, vinegar nnd looked like pokeberry August 5, 1018, on credit of six nnd Ink. It seemed only good to put In twclvo months, at nbout the hour of ono o clock P. M the following desfountain pens. Finally, nt the end of cribed property, t: n week ho and his party stopped nt a Certnln tracts of land situated in hotel where there was bottled water Ohio County, Ky nnd bounded na brought from the American commis- follows: sary department. When he came to Trnrt No 1 Beginning at nn nsh, the table he ordered n bottle and this south corner of school lot, in Z. Har-rol- 's lino; thenco S. 47 E. 12 poles to Is what he snys of It: "Try going seven days on pokeber- a stake near a black gum and maple, 55. Hnrrel's and Coal company's corry Ink nnd boiled coffee yourself and ner; poles to thence N. 32V4E. 40 note the reaction. Your veins will he a stone near a red oak, J. T. Carter's dry; your stomach will crackle as It corner; thenco N. 47 W. 44 poles and grinds the food. The water In that 17 links to a stnko, being Carter's bottle, a quart bottle, evaporated. corner, thence S. 43 W. 23 poles to They brought another, It disappeared. n stake In corner of school lot; thdnco They brought n third. The waiters In with lino of school lot, S. 45 E. 39 the hotel were attracted by the sight. poles and 12 links to tho beginning. No Freiichmnn ever drinks water with Containing 7.95 acres. Tract No. 2 Beginning nt a corhis meals, and the spectacle of this ner near school houso at S. W. Corner American sousing himself with water of tract; thence N. 83 E. 34 poles and while he ate was a rare sight. The 13 links to a corner near well; thence waiters gathered In the corner to N. Gl& E. 13 poles and 0 links to watch me. Henry saw them, nnd mo- tho corner near school building; tioned townrd me, nnd tapped his fore- thonco N. 4GW. 50 poles and 13 head. They went and brought other links to corner in lano to "Hatl"; waiters and men from the bar. He hence S. 52 W. 23 poles and 5 links was n rare bird ; this American go- to corner in said4 lane; thenco S. 14'A links to tho Mandy ing on a big drunk on wnter. So they E. 7 poles and E. 4 Martin line; thenco N. 80 peered Indoors, through windows nnd poles nnd 3 links to Mandy Martin's stood In the dining room corners to corner; thenco. S. 9 E. 24 poles and watch the fourth bottle go down. And 20 links to beginning, containing when nt the end of the meal tho Amer0 acres, more or les3. 8 Tract No. 3 A part of lot No 35 ican rose, nnd walked through the crowd they made way for him. A des in the town of Kockport us shown on perate man nt least commands respect, the map of said town and fronting on Bluff Street, a distance of 80 feet and whatever his delusion may he." running back parallel with Pine Street, a distance of 15C feet to an WHAT WRINGS FRENCH HEART ally, together with tho house and improvements thereon. Tract No. 4 Lots Nos. 42 and 43 Noxious Weeds Growing In Former in said town as shown by the map of Highly Cultivated Fields Cause said town,' fronting on Pino Street, a ... of RepJ Agony. distance of 15G feet nnd running parallel wth Street, a distance Agricultural loss Is not confined to of 12S feet toBluffalley. an northern France. The very high level All tho coal underlying tracts Nos. of Intensive productivity of the soil In 3 and 4 has heretofore been sold and general was everywhere duo to two conveyed to tho Itockport Coal Comfactors which wnr has largely elimi- pany. Tho purchaser will be required to nated ; human labor and chemical fertilization. Indeed, the spectacular fea- execute bond immediately after sale A lien will tures of agricultural destruction In the with approved security. also be retained on said land as addepartments evacuated last spring gnplng shell holes, crumbling trenches, ditional security. hand this tho 16th Given under my barbed wire trailing like some rusty day of July, 1918. snake across the fields, even the fruit OTTO C. MARTIN, trees cut down to the level of the soil Master Comlssioner. look less sinister to the French eye John B. Wilson, Attorney. than the miles nnd ndles, the thousands and thousands of acres of rich wheat nnd beet sugar land untouched by fire nnd sword, yet grown wnlst-hlg- h with the thistles, brambles nnd Por Infants and Children every other sort of pestllentinl weed; Years the apple trees full of grent bunches of In Use For Over mistletoe. IJefore the wur a French Always bears the farmer was haled Into court by his Signature of neighbors and fined for allowing thistles In his Ileitis nnd the mistletoe In his orchard remember this and you will get an echo of the tragic resonO Joy! No more stove blacking. ance that the phrase "terres abandon-nees- " Tho new smooth finish MAJESTIC hns In the French heart. New ranges at E. P. BARNES & BRO. Republic. v store have special burnished blue cooking tops that need no blacking Bank Responsible for Error. An Interesting decision has been Just an occasional application of retains their beautiful smooth mnde by the Missouri court of appeals, relative to holding the sender of n blue color. telegram repoHslble for a mistake In transmission. A Wyoming bank tele- KENTUCKY WHEAT graphed a brokerage house, offering n CAMPAIGN BEGUN" carload of potatoes at $1.35 n hundred telegrnph company's mispounds. The Extension workers started the take In transmission made the price 35 cents u hundred. The supposed offer 1919 wheat campaign Monday, and wns nccepted by the brokers vnnd the will visit tho farmers In every counpotatoes were shipped. When payment ty of Kentucky for tho purpose of was tendered nt the rate of SS cents a securing his pldllgo to grow a greater hundred the Wyoming bank refused to wheat acreage than over before. They accept the money nnd brought suit will work hard to secure the greatest for the full amount. The Missouri acreage) posslblo for tho new crop. court of appeals ruled that the bank had mnde the telegraph company Its Each farmer who participates will agent In forwarding the telegram and have, his gato marked with a patriotic that as the brokerage house acted in poster indicating that he is good faith It could not be compelled to with tho workers in tho greatest pay more than the amount quoted in wheat campaign over promoted in tho " the message. X Stato. gjj; 1- -1 Net Contents 15 fluid Praetor,, CASTORIA For InfantB and Children. Pill PEH CUNT. t II A&rMMibftonnrationrorAs-- ' ntmr.-n Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria simdnliiK5mciooa lint lhcSlomachsar.il '' ..:. oyivv.,-...- .. Dom MncrnLNoTNAncoTic jicdptoraJCrsx'aarmmR Jhanplun JM Thereby rrpmotin$Di$csuon ChccrfulnessftndRcstContan neither Oplum.Morphincnor Always Bears the Signature V. IT $ In . JlxSfWl AtittlrriL JllfartmntlSoU fintctjirmtmr t.otnful Remedy fc Constipation and Diarrhoea. A nnilFcvcrishncssand . njsulUnfitecrerroRiMnJntarttj. Loss of Sleep frc Simile Sijnatcrcof J Use hr Over "tflfticj "? :ec Thirty Years five? LrMFWV'SVRW'YitEi NEW WLSiVL 1 fLUjLsssssfl m Exact Copy of Wrapper. FgSSS) CASTORIA THE CCNTAUR COMPANY, NEW YORK CtTT. !ro$w$sssssro$9ros PHOENIX SILK HOSE ALL COLORS CASTOR l A 30 W&fat $1.50 to $2.00. I Hub Clothing Co. HARTFORD, KY. par-afll- no S$$$STO$S$$S$SS Starck Pianos No Money inAdvanoe Satiafao (ion Guar, ant ced LoweutNet Fa o t oy - Easi.ai Terms A Saving of 5 lOO to From 9. A. STARCK PRESIDENT Prices State Protects War Gardens. The supreme Judicial court of Massachusetts held, In the case of Commonwealth vs. Gallnta, thnt where n landlord terminated a. tenancy at will of city lots, the tenant was entitled to growing crops as against the landlord and n subsequent lessee with knowledge of the'llrst tenancy. The court said: "The general principle Is that where a person Is In possession of laud under a title that may be determined by nn uncertain event not within his control, It Is essential to the Interests of agriculture that such a termination of his lease shall not prevent him reaping what he has sown and we see no reason why n tenant should be denied the right to emblements by the act of tho landlord where tho crop Is raised on a city lot rather than on n farm." Labor-Savin- g Tho offor of a set of kitchenwaro FltEE to ovory purchaser of a MAJESTIC during demonstration week is genuine. It Is an gift to ovory purchaser of a MAJES TIC rango and tho nrlco of this rango with a reputation remains tho same. Soo this demonstration during tho week commencing July 22nd, nt our store. E. P. BARNES & BRO. Beavor Dam. ut Jory Direct IH YOUR OWN HOME 200Fac W will Bhlp you a beautiful Starck Piano for 30 days' free trial. In your home. No cash payment required. All we ask Is that you will play upon, use and test this piano for 30 days. If, at the end of that time, you do not And It the highest grade, sweetest tonr d and finest piano In every way, that you have ever seen for the money, you are at perfec liberty to send and we will, In that event, ray the freleht both ways. X Is Htarck Piano must make irood with you. or there is no sale. 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL Savs $150.00 or Mm Wc ship direct to you from our factory, et prices that save you upwards o( $160.00 Id tha cost of your piano. We guarantee to furnish you better piano for the money than you can secure eisenbere. You are assured of receiving a set'ifactory sweet tontd durable high grade piano. Easy Payments Tou pay no cash down, but after 30 days of trial, you can begin payment on the low. at, eailctt terms ect suggested by a piano These terms are arranged to ifunutacturrr. suit your convenience, and it Is possible for you to buy a piano for your home, without misting the money, . , MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Ohio Circuit Court. Wayno Spinks, et nl Plaintiffs. vs. Notice of salo. Margaret Gray, et al Defendants. By virtue of a Judgmont nnd order of salo of tho Ohio Circuit Court rendered at its May, 1918 term, for the purpose of sale and distribution of tho proceeds among tho parties entitled thereto, I will offer for salo at Public outcry to tho highest nnd best bidder at tho court houso door In Hartford, Ky on Monday, August 5, 1918, at about the hour of one o'clock P. M., on a credit of six and twelve months, tho following describ ed property, t: A certain tract of land In Ohio County, Kentucky, bounded as follows: Beginning nt a black gum, cornor to tract of land convoyed to Mingo Hull, four hickories, two dogwoods and black oak; thenco N. 20 E. 105 poles to two black oaks, two white oaks and chestnut, another of said Hall's corners; thonco N. 77 E. 140 poles to threo small red oaks, two gums and a whito oak; thouco S. 20' to-wl- i OR.Vaav Gnaranlqa Erenr Stsrck Piano U guaranteed for 25 years. This miaraatee hsl bacic of It our 85 years of plana experience, and the reputation of an responsible piano bouse. 2nd-Hand oiarcK largalna Nayar-Ma- We have constantly ou hand a targe numVr ot slightly used pianos of all and second-hanstandard makes taken In exchange for new Starck Pianos Devices. ,.. Whether conditions after tho war will' be better or worse, for the uver-ag- e mnn In the United States, than they wore befora tho wnr Is a question that cannot be decided until the war has been over for some time, pays the Chrlstlun Sclenco Monitor. Ominous signs are, however, appearing here nnd there, For example, somebody has Invented n device which enables one ninu to do two men's wood sawing. This does not look encouraging, but perhaps it will be compensated for by the Invention of a device which will enable two patient and Industrious men to till out one man's Income tax blank. 50 Free Muslo Lessons' To ctery purchaser of Starck l'isnos, we give free tnuilo lessons, in one of the best known schools In Chlcsgo. These lessuns you ran take In your own home, by mall. This represents one year's free Instruction. The followand Player-Pianing are a few sample bargains) Weber Stelnway Chtckering Kimball ....... Starck Second-ban- $110.00 92.00 90.00 95.00 195.00 r Starck I'layer-Pianthe best and most beautiful Plver Piuos on tha market, fou win be with the many exclusive features of these wonderful instruments, and) will be pleased with the my low price at widen they can be secured. Piano look Send for our latest complete bargain list. beautifully illustrated plans book which gives you large amount of Information regarding pianos. This book will interest and please you. Write today. Send today for our new 0 Fre. P. A. STARCK PIANO CO., 1813 Starck B1J.. CHICAGO W, 140 poles to a rock, marked H, bo retained on said land as additional near blazed tree; thonco N. 85 E. to security. Given under my haud this the ICth tho beginning. Said tract ot land being supposed to contain 75 acres. day ot July, 1918. OTTO C. MARTIN, Purchaser will bo required to Master Commissioner. bond Immediately after salo A lieu will Woodward & Kirk, Attornoys. , with approved security. to STRAY STREAKS (By Fluko McFluko.) "When It conies to talking about their neighbors and spreading Uttlo items of scandal some pcoplo appear 'MMBHHi I m H B to bo eniilnncd with a high geared, 40 II. P. motor with an cverready starter nttnehed, hut closo examina tion will generally provo that thoro is something wrong In their mixing chamber. ii jl; 1J. k. I r "kslww ri n r UlUdS tills i It l. , zy 0 lulWdliOUlU -- " t -,- : ; Great Majestic Range "" THHH n Ml That Holy Holler who refuses to Hi have tho timothy on his sallow mug shorn until receiving direct orders from Jehovah is more than likely to get his whiskers slightly wet when B crossing Jordou or tho river Styx. Notlco where a pollco Judge In Shelby county and tho county Judge In McLean county havo declared tho law. of boozo for per sonal use, unconstitutional. Now, by- shot, if wo can" Just git Squlro Den nice, Bill Daugherty'or Buck Dean to do likewiso in this county wo may bo able to splico with some feller and git ourselves as much as a half pint. nnil-shlnnl- r fl if; wtf H 7 Bargain Week imJi 1 I c I cr7T r mv I I iWrrrTJ L t ' iiiiTfiiTrwiTo x H . I i'ii VII .! 4m,TZima iTOJ I itzwz : M rtr" ti iuy-"- SPECIAL DEMONSTRATION BARGAIN SALE OF AND , , r - i I Majestic Ranges At Our Store One Week Only u, I -- rail -- Thomas says of tho rain hadn't come Just when it did John Henry's garden wouldn't havo made good cow pasture much longor. Mrs. I. D. Clalro stated some time ago that Battle Nail was going to Join tho Snlvation Army, but it turns out that Battle didn't join and Albert Rial says it was becauso Bat got black-balle- d orsumthin of tho sort. about to buy an article When such as a range, that plays an Im portant part in the dally routine of the home, it nays to examine it carefully and be sure you are get ting the best range value. A range expert from tho factory will, during the ,week commencing July 22nd, show you how the MAJESTIC is built, why it lasts so long and why it is the i best value. E. P. BARNES & BRO. Beaver Dam. m Wtm?k m i VS Qirj ii JULY22TO27 9& 'I HI' Ti V X ' To Be Truly Economical There Should Be a Majectic in Your Kitchen ' -V " N N - N The Bargain AND IT'S WELL WORTH 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 yourselt. 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. 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. 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.. v Nearly a million Majestic Ranges, now economically, 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. IIKAVKR DAM. Mrs. G. P. Trout Is spending the week with her sister, Mrs. B. Coleman. Mrs. Nettie Chauvan and family, attended the funeral of her sister, Mrs, James Short, of Itumsey, Ky last week. Mrs. Dorthy Barrass was badly injured at her home last week when a folding bed fell on her. Messrs. Albert Leach, John Blank-enshlRoscoe Leach and J. L. Blank-enshi- p spent the week end on Green river fishing. Mr. George Davis, U. S. N., has returned to Newport, R. I. after a visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Davis. the Mlbs Wahnlta Leach spent week end with Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Sowdcrs, of Little Bend. p, THE WONDERFUL UNSEEN RIVETING Two New And Important Features OH JOY! TOP NEEDS NO BLACKING ds I I skin deep. just like the old Majestic, but the rivets clinch Yes, it's rivet-tigh- t, inside of nickeled parts, leaving nickel smooth as glass, and there on the inside. And remember, rivets are no big, bulky bolt-heahold 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 arid outside it's a striking beauty more than 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. Experience In thousands of homes has proved that tho MAJESTIC Is the one range that gives real satisfaction and cuts down the cost of living. An expert from the MAJES-ti- c factory will be at our store during tho week commencing July 22nd, and will show you why the MAJES-tl- c is the only range for you. E. P. BARNES & BRO. Beaver Dam. . E.P. Barnes & Bro., BeaverDam,Ky. IIOIISK IUIAXC1I. see some of Tlnsley's letsaw whero ho was writin' Little Goodloo Sargeant is very to a chiropodist school about takln' HJy I. D. Clalro.) 'a correspondence course. Ho was a sick of cold. Mrs. G. W. Arnold and baby visitTho preachers say a lot about the writin' them that he wanted to grad"Fall of man" but they never say uate only In takln' corns off of the ed Mrs. Virgil Campbell last week. Mrs. W. O. Head spent Wednesday nothin' about the fall of women. I ladies' toes. guess they are afraid to tell on tho In Owensboro. women. Mrs. Ucttle Wilson, of Louisville, is I don't know whero tho prlco of pig Iron would a gone to if tho gov- - visiting her daughter, Mrs. C. W. If tho government wants mo and eminent hndn't fixed the prlco for Taylor. Bob AValker to use moro corn prodMrs. Hoy Crawford and Mrs. Jess tho hog3 that was sellin' It. ucts It'll havo to lower tho tax on Wllkerson spent Monday at White liquor. Mrs. Jones says that she does not Hun. Mrs. Carl Perguson visited at Beavknow how sho has got along so long er Dam, Monday. without tho MAJESTIC. She is Jim Williams' hoy Rays since his Mrs. II. V. Morrison spout Sunday with It. If you are dissatisdad got to bo food boss ho is talkin' buyln a Prince Albert coat, a fied with your present range como to in Owensboro. about Mrs Otto Martin and children, of DEMONSTRATION becgum hat and n gold headed cane. tho SPECIAL during tho weok commencing July Hartford, visited at Dr. J. S. Bean's Thoro alnt nothin' to roport about 22nd, and tho expert from the from Thursday to Sunday. Ms. and Mrs. N. II. Davis visited Battle Null this week, except ho miss- MAJESTIC factory will tell you ed a show ono night, but I don't why tho MAJESTIC glvos such genu- ut Cuneyvlllo last weok. of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Daniel, know whether ho was sick or broke. ine satisfaction, E. P. HARNES & IJRO. Beaver Dam. Louisville, visited their parents Mr. W. It. Danlol and Mr. Joe Stewart, TInsloy says if ho could possibly from Saturday to Monday. NOMENCLATURE. get awuy, old as ho is, he would start Miss Ilowena Howe, of Center-tow- n for Franco immediately after tho visited her sister, Mrs. Vernon A negro was in a Georgia town war is ovc to see them big shell Crowdcr last weok. pollco court, charged with assault holes. Mrs. Bottyo Pierce nnd Miss Zoo, of and battery ho had "busted" negro over tho head with n Ttosluo visited Mr. John pierce lust Children air a nuissance, ami ain't week end. no uso at all oxcept to make grown brick. Tho negro was woll known to tho judge. pcoplo out of. Tho Judge inquired: "Why did you OLD FALSK TKKT1I WANT!) 1MJ.VT MATTKIl IF 1IKOKKX Thorn pcoplo find tho most trou- hit this man?" "Judge, ho called me a damn black Wo pay up to 1G dollars per set. Also who spend tho most time lookln' ble cash for Old Gold, Sliver and broken rascal." for it. "Well, you are ono, arn't you?" Jowolry. Check sent by return mull. "Yessah, I is one. But, Jedgo, Goods held 10 days for sender's apPoliteness- - is cheap, ovon in war time, and it is always a good Invest- s'poso Bomebody'd call you a damn proval of our offer. Mazor'a Tooth black rescul would'nt you hit 'cm?" Specialty, Dopt. A, 2007 S. 5th St., ment. 43U5 Philadelphia, Pa. "But I'm not ono, am I?" Nnw, ,8311, now, sah, you aln't War prices of liquor has about ono; but s'poso somohody'd call you A GIFT. busted up tho treatiu' habit. do kind o' rescal you la, what'd you "Who-ul- l blck up to yo' house, No, I wasn't nosiu', but Just hap do?" pened BEADS ODDLY STRUNG. ters, to and ' ed an-oth- or '! KAHT VIKW. Mr. and Mrs. James Stewart spent Wednesday in Owonsboro. Mr. Albert Stewart and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Boyd, at Masonville, recently. Mr. Ell Taylor is building a barn lor Mr. Dave King, near Whltesville. Mecbrs. A. T. French and Claude Duko made a business trip to Hartford Tuesday. Mr. Will Hamilton is erecting a dwelling house. A largo crowd attended tho party given at Mr. Charlie Hoover's Saturday night. - Mlz Smlf?" a'sked George Washington Jones. "It's mnh brudder L1ro," roplied Mrs. Smith. "What's ho dono got do mnttah wit him?" "Dey cain't tell. Ho cats an' ho sleeps all right, an' he stnys out In de veranda In de sun all day, but ho calu't do no wuhk nt all." "Ho cain't wuhk?" "Not a bit." Mr. Jones raised his oyes to heaven. "Law, Mlz Smlf, dat ain't no disease what yo' brudder's got- - Dat air am a gift." SUNDAY SCHOOL INSTITUTE. Methodist Church Bemcr Dam, Ky. July, 28, HUH. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. All persons holding claims against tho estato of P. T. Rlchardbon should file samo with tho undersigned properly pi oven according to law, on or before Saturday, August 17, 19 IS, HAIL INSURANCE. i nlso nil persons indohted to said estato should call and scttlo same at once. This tho 17lh day of July, 1918. W. L. RICHARDSON, Admr., P. T. Richardson, deceased, Central City, Ky. 413 The Hail Storm Season is Here. Insure Your Tobacco with CALP. KEOWN, Hart3t2 ford, Ky. OAHI) OF THANKS. Through tho columns of this paper our henrt-fothanks to the many friends for their kindness to us during tho last illness und death of our beloved mother, wo offer lt i:vi:x break. Arriving at the lull park in tho middlo of the game, ho said, We're doing fine. Wo havo a man on every bubo." "What of It?" she said. "So has tho other team." Hens like fiecdom, 4jut good feed und caro reconcile thorn to confinement. Mature, rugged birds often lay moio egg in closo confinement than wliou at liberty. Mrs. Mario Welnsholmor. Your lovo and tendorness will over bo roinom-bore- d gratefully by us. IIBIl CHILDREN. When you buy a range that has proved ltsolf to bo tho best, your money has boon well Invested. Tho MAJESTIC DEMONSTRATION will, during tho weok commencing July AS GOOD AS A COLUMN. 22nd, ihow you why tho MAJES"Thirty women employees woro TIC is tho best, and why It actually vaccinated, threo on tho arm." save3 you money. E. P. BARNES & BRO. Ueaver Dam. J That's tho Way to tell a 8tory.Y MornliiK. 9:45 Sunday School. Peoplo's Classes, 10:40 Young (Organized) Prof. C. E. Dudley. 11:00 Devotional Pastor. 11:20 Layman's Duty to tho Sunday School, C. P. Austin. 11.40 Making tho Organized (W) Class a Success Prof. C. E. Dudley. Noon. 2:15 Devotional. Itov. E. S. Mooro. 2:30 Training for sorvlco in Sunday School Teacher training, Dr. E. W. Ford. 2:50 Organization and Conduct of Cradle Roll. Mrs. Lizzie Taylor. 3:10 Organization and Conduct of Homo Department. Mrs. E. S. Mooro. 3:30 Round Table, Our Weak Points nnd how to Romedy them, Led by Prof. C. E. Dudley, James II. Homos, C. II. Davis, Tom Bon-ne- tt, Luther China. 4:00 A model Sunday School. Miss Dora 10. Gibson. 8:00 Devotional and Patriotic, Music. 8:30 Our Sunday School Duty, today, to our Country. John II. Barnes, 8:45 Solo, Miss Noll Illr. 8:55 Measuring up to our Standards, C. E. Dudley. All who aro interested in Sunday School work Invited to bo present A