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YANKEES WADE Jteifoth DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS Mtpnblkan Subscription $1 per Year No. 5 OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 2, 1918. has been Issued, nnd the matter will day In tho bnttlo for Sorgy and de PROGRESS OF THE WAR. 1918 REGISTRANTS ho heard soon. feated them badly Tuesday, although tho enemy fought vallontly. great battlo begun on tho western front July 15, continues with Tho SO.MK MAYFLOWKK SILK. Tho Germans wero driven over tho GET CLASSIFICATION unabated fury. Tho first four days of the battlo netted tho Germans somo rldgo north of Sorgy nnd out of tho INTO HUN and Isolated gains, but on tho fifth day tho tldo'turned in favor of tho allies, and Tho permanency of the web of tho villages of Sorlgnes-et-Ncsle- s plnco In continues steadily to fnvor them. For a number of 4nys the Gorman salient cocoon is illustrated in n fragment of Nesles. Hitter fighting took both places, but when night fell tho in tho neighborhood of tho Marno, containing a half million Huns, seemed silk that came over In tho Mayflower, 160 Are Placed In Class In Face only Germans romnlnlng In tho vil to be in gravo dnngcr of being cut off, but by bringing up powerful rein- which is now in the possession of One-- a By Local Plunge Northward an Ohio county lady, nnd is In a lages wcro dead, victims of their own of Enemies' Titanic forcements tho Germans managed to rotrcat after sufforing great slaughter, Board. Very few prlsonors woro gpod state of preservation. valor. The anResistance. taken, so despcrato was tho combat but from day to day camo unvarying reports of nllied victories. At many cient piece of silk Is now a doll dress, which raged throughout tho entire polnt3 along tho grent battlo lino tho Huns have been forced back, and at tho property of Mrs. Leonard of near Roslno. Tho origjnal day. no point havo thoy advanced. Tho Local Board has completed, In tho Rhelms-Solsson- s salient tho allies Shells Won't Stop Yn nieces. have retrieved many square miles of territory, and havo driven tho enemy garment, from which tho doll dress classification of tho 1918 registrants. WEDGE DRIVEN IN NEW remuins, was brought over In tho 16Q Ncslcs forest probably will bo de moro than eleven miles of the number were placed in farther from Paris. The chief significance of tho pilgrim ship by fended as stoutly as was tho ground William Bradford, prosent battlo is tho demonstrated weakening of tho Gorman military powclass 1. Doubless many will appeal and was tho bridal costume of Mrs. already taken by tho Americans. Allies' Pressure Strong On Machine gun and artillery flro forms er. A million nnd a quarter American troops are now in France, and tho Wallace's great grand-mothand to tho District Board for reconThe following is tho tho main pnrt of tho onomy defense. nines' lines aro so powerfully reinforced that It Is improbable tho enemy also of her grand-mothe- r. The ma- sideration. The Whole Battle Gorman shell flro from tho forest, will over wngo another violent offensive. For the past two days thero has terial is a brown brocaded silk of list of those classified: Front. Charles Fulton, Cromwell, very fine texture. Mrs. Wallaco Is howover, has had llttlo effect against been a lull in tho fighting, duo to tho terrific strain on tho armies of both very proud The Allied position of tho ancient heirloom. Thos. Jefferson Vance, Hartford.H. tho Americans. belligerents. Tho day of peace can not now be certainly foreseen. 2, Joslah Jett Haynes, Whltes-vlll- e, about Sorgy also was improved by R.2, Plunging northward from Sorgy, tho capture of Hill 212 to tho southJames Douglas GraTAX COMMISSIONER BUSY. brilham, Narrows, may spoil Tin: imoTir. Hobart Autrey, American troops have nintlo east and which commands Clorgcs. CHOP CONDITION'S. j Raymond Vance, liant nnd Important ndvnnco In Tho office of the county tax com- McHenry, Determined countering by tho enfighting and apparently lmvo emy during tho past forty-eigPaul Duncan If too many cooks may spoil tho County Farm Agent Browdcr re- missioner is the busiest placo in town Hartford, R. 1, opened the way for further success- hours may Indicate that tho Ger- broth thero is a possiblo scorching in ports great improvements in crop Moro than ono thousand taxpayers Russell, Hartford, R. 7, Wlllard ful operations against the Germans man Crown Prlnco believes ho was store for tho affairs of Mr. W. A. conditions since tho rains of last have already appeared at his office to D. Baughn, Narrows, R. 2, Wlllla in the Mnmo salient. withdrawn far enough nnd is prepar- Maddox, of McIIenry. Mr. Maddox week. The rains covered tho cntlro register their lists. For the first Curl Beasley, McHenry, Kncmy resistance of the stoutest ed for heavy fighting beforo again nnd his wife aro old nnd feeble; county except a limited territory time in tho history of tho county Kessinger, Cromwell, John D. Harry chnracter was no obstacle for the moving northward. It is not improb- havo enough and to sparo of this about Point Pleasant and system and order and business meth- Roach, Prentiss, a, Americans nnd they now are on tho able, however, that tho Allied pres- world's goods' but tho problem seems William. whoro crops are still suf- ods nro appearing ln tho matter of Lou May, Hartford, Coulongcs high- sure has been so forceful that ho has to bo, who shall administer their af- fering for tho wnnt of moisture. In assessment of tho county's property. Clyde Funk, Hartford, R. 5, way Just south of tho forest of been compelled to tho strongest fairs. Estil Maddox, son of the old tho northern part of the county, es- It has been the custom heretofore to Hobart D. Southard, Prentiss, Neslcs. Tho ndvnnco Jiy tho Amer sort of rear guard fighting in order folks, and Henry Nelson, Glendoa pecially about Fordsvlllo and Dean-flel- allow the taxpayer to place his own Thos. Chulton Bishop, icans Tuesday measured a llttlo less to protect tho guns and stores still and a number of tho neighbors were John floods did great damage to the value upon his property, and most T. Stevens, Beaver Dam, Carl Lawthan two miles. French troops on withln tho salient. Gen. Foch nppar beforo Judge Cook n few days ago growing crops. The Adams Fork of them, assuming tho other fel- E. Watson, Roslne, Jennings tho wings also moved forward nnd entiy bclloves ho enn drive tho Ger In nn effort to straighten out the and Panther Creek valleys had de- low was dodging all the tax possible rence, (cnl) Hartford, Allied pressure on tho west nnd east mans to tho Veslo or beyond nnd tho tangle. Proceedings had been in structive floods, and much corn and did likewise, and listed at the lowest Bryan Wright, Livla, R. 2, flanks of tho pocket is being main- American success is a step in that stituted by Nelson to have a commit- tobacco was ruined. possiblo value. By such methods no George E. Bobbet, Narrows, R. 2, a; John Arthur Creal, Beaver Dam, tained with force. tee nppointed to take charge of the A very considerable improvement uniformity was had In the matter of direction. Chas. L. Hunter, Centertown, old peoples' business, but witnesses In the corn crop Is apparent as a lt assessment values. Mr. Ward, acting in Grave Danger. Huns Jtrlttsli Take Morris. Roy Cecil Bogard, Fordsvillo, stated tho old gentleman was only of the rains. While on account under the new law, and the direction efforts In splto of tho tremendous In Flanders tho Allies' position Harrison C. Daugherty, Cromphysically, not mentally. Incapable of poor stands a bumper corn crop of the state tax commission, ls careput forth by tho Germans to check the has been Improved further through well, Elbert Phelpls, McHenry, relentless pressure of tho Allies north (tho capture of Morris by Australian to handle his business. It seems tho is not now possible, seasonable' con- fully showing tho taxpayers their Wems Park, Horse Branch, wero each will- ditions through August will Insure a duty In listing their property, and the son and y finds tho troops. Merris is immediately north of tho Ourcq Illvcr, Rurlo Brltt, Cromwell, John. German positions thcro In grave dnn-- , 0f ai0tCron, taken by Scottish troops ing to assume tho duty. Tho court fair yield. The acreage Is large and result ls a uniformity of valuation. Richard Moseley, Beaver Dam, R. 2, being advised, appointed a commit- the cultivation Ideal, and the future Tho people wnnt to be fair, and to ger. French, llrltlsh and American inst Week. Fiold Marshal Halg's Oscar Keley, Beaver Dam, Dick Beck, Charllo Hud- of the crop now dopends upon the contribute their share to tho burden fighting their way forward to ulmB in panders and Plcnrdy is hnv-th- o tee Luthson, John Hobdy, Coleman Wells volume of moisture and the lateness of taxation, and in formerly assessing Ernet Ferguson, Neafus, ' hnvo nK increasing success. In tho east of Centertown, and Charllo Mullican, to advise with of the frost. their property far below its real val- er Crumptlon, onomy's lino driven a wedgo Into tho B 0f jiorrls tho Australians cap-nn- d In tho conduct of Much Improvement ls also noted ue, did so because they believed It Owen Hudson, McHonry, seem to bo in a position to com-jturi39 prisoners and some trench tho cldor Maddox Engler, Paradise, Walia H. his business, and in tho event of con- In tho tobacco crop. Somo of the was necessary to do so because everyItonchores pel a hurried retreat from The iortnrs and machine guns. Asliby Clary, family disagreement to rej very early tobacco was permanently body else was doing It, and that if Boyd) Centertown, nnd St. Gomino, nt tho extremo hot- - Jaormans nro retaliating by bombard-tor- n tinued Mack Logsdon, Roport tho facts to tho court! Mr. damaged by tho drouth, but larger they listed at a fair valuation they Centertown, of the salient between Soissons jnK tne nou. positions heavily. Gilbert Roach, Fordsvillo, Maddox has thrco or four hundred part of the crop responded splendidly would have to carry an unjust part of slne, and Khcims. ncres of land and quite n llttlo live to the Increased moisture. The fault was In lra; Dempsey XlndBey, Balzetown A smtil the tax burden. y runs south The Allied lino WOMAN'S HAND CRUSHED. James Leslie Harrison,, Dunstock, but Is physically unable to look part of the crop was planted with the law, not in tho people. Land is from Soissons to Grand Rozoy nnd Ellis Bush, (col), Simmons, after it. light season, grew olf slowly, and It being assessed at an Increase of fifty dee, east. It Mrs. Cap Davis, of the Goshen then it begins to turn to tho Andy Tropless Wallace, Hartper cent over last year and live stock dels too late now for It la properly passes Just north of neighborhood, hnd her hnnd crushed Robert M. Burdetto, velop. But as a whole tho crop is at an advance of a hundred per cent, ford, R. 3, nnd continues to tho apex of tho !lu nn unusual accident recently. Mr. Van May, Jr., but tho burden ls being equally dis- Narrows, R. 2, In good condition. wedgo at tho vlllago of Nesles.whero rjavls was digging a well, and was Ana Rowe, McHartford, R. 2, tributed and nobody Is harmed. Ron- it turns sharply Houth toward sinK a horso to draw the earth irom Henry, Hobart R. Daugherty, m JASON JAILED. chores. Tho Allies' advance In tins re- - tno woUi jIra, nnvls was standing Roslne, Alron Stewart, Beaver A DISEASED MIND in a by the windlass whllo Mr. Davis was glon seems to have placed them Ernest B. Magan, Olaton, PLANS GREAT CRIME Dam, Jason Taylor, of Haytl, deserted dominating position. being drawn up, and when tho horso Charlie Flener, Equality, ago and has stopped, feeling nnxlous lest her his wlfo and baby some time All around tho salient thero Owen Some unfortunate creature with a Wilbur Pserton Rh5ads, repaired to Oweusboro, where the been n continuous battlo during tho husband fall, took hold of tho chain, Wlllam gay hours of the night stretched far- criminally diseased mind was pre- Harris, Beaver Dam, last two days, with tho Germans near tho windlass, and whon tho ther toward the dawn than in hts vented, by accidental discovery, th Holland Gray, Hartford, R. 5, launching repeated counter attacks horso started up again her hand was hnvo caught on tho windlass under the former quiet vlllago, and with the commission of a fearful crime, near William H. Stearsmanj Centertown, against tho Allied lines. Thoy John Thelnls, Beaver Dam, enlarging vision of life his affection Roslne Sunday morning. Tho man, failed and tho Allies havo gained chain, nnd two of her fingers wero nil grow smaller whoso Identity is yet unknown, har- Herbert Evans, Phllpot, R. 4, points. for tho faithful Effle important ground at vital broken. and smaller until ho decided to for- boring some malice against the rail- Ira Green Haven, Cromwell, Will Itetrcnt to Vesle. a; ever free himself from Haytl ties by road company, piled crosstles across Walter Douglas, Barrett's Ferry, Immediately south of Soissons nnd EXEMPTION BOARD NEWS. Everette Geary, Horso Branch, securing a divorce. Friday Jason tho railroad track, and loosened tho west of Rhelms tho Gorman lines nro Mosls Duvall, Hratford, 'came over to prosecute his divorce spikes staying the rails, with tho Tho local exemption board will bestrongly held, but enemy efforts to suit. But all unbeknownest to Jason, evident Intention of wrecking a train. Felix Wallace Royal, R. 1, 2,a; y rephysical examination of gin Improve his position in tho lntter Noan Indictment It ls unthinkable that human being George Wright, Fordsvllle, Efflo had secured gion hnvo broken down. Thero now tho ID 18 registrants, those young Ona of his with any measure of rationality ble Bryan Barnes, Prentiss, against him for Germen who havo become 21 years old seems to bo llttlo doubt that tho child, and Sheriff Bratchor landed would bo willing, for the sako of Franklin Rogors, Whltesvllle, R. 2, mans will retreat to tho Veslo lllvor slnco Juno G, 1917. Twenty five Roger York, Hartford, gratifying a grlovanco against tho Jason In Jail. twenty flvo for as soon as possiblo, any possibility aro called for Hocompany, to send to their death per- Elvis" Murnhy, Narrows, 2, ENSIGN WILLIAM MOOIIE. and tho remainder for of making a stand north of tho Ourcq haps scores of human beings, uncon- bart Hoagland, Hartford, R. 3, subsequent dates. Thoro woro 203 being seemingly gone. THE JAIL GUTTED. A Hartford boy, whoso electro apscious of their danger. ' A careful John Addison Howard, Rockport, Against tho now British positions of this class and. 8S of thorn did not pears above, lives to recount, first Marvin Haygood Carlisle, Cen being kept by tho railroad No, It wasn't a Are, but a crew of watch Is nt Morris, in tho Lys salient, whero claim cxomptlon. Those claiming hand, the terror of tho Gorman subJames Coleman Carofficials for a roturn engagoment of tertown, under Mr. W. A. Whllo all was quiet on men working tho Germans woro driven back by n exemption will bo examined first. marine. Joe J. Shultz, tho depraved criminal, nnd If nppro-honde- d penter, McHonry, exsurprlso nttack on Tucsdny, thero has Class 1 of tho first registration Is board his ship, tho Westover, sailing Hlmes, preparing for recelllng tho Arnold socloty will be rlddon of him Boavor Dam, R. 4, hausted, and It Is expected tho 191S near tho Irish coast, an explosion Jail. Tho entire Interior of tho been n heavy bombardment. Johnson, Fordsvllle, R. 2, Jesso for a good many years to come. in their ndvanco tho Americans class of registrants will bo called lifted tho ship almost out of the building has been torn out, and only Lyons, Reynblds, Corba Bennow wedgo Into tho onomy put In class 1 In tho recent wator, and within a vory brief time it tho baro walls loft. Tho floor will drove- a those ' WILL SAIL TWO SEAS. jamin Fulton, Beaver Dam, R. 2, a; Tho local board ex- disappeared from tho face of tho sea. bo laid In concrete and tho steel lines and tho Allies nro now in n po- reclassification. Ivan Edge, Narrows, It. 2, sition to drive the Germans back pects n call for about 175 men dur- Along with a great many other sail- colls put In on tho ground floor W. 'J. Walton, of Barren county, Harry Fjlback, Olaton, Arthur past and ing August. This number will take ors,, young Mooro plunged Into tho Tho work, Including tho steel, will by flank movements both who ls a sailor in Uncle Sam's navy, HufT, Echols, Arthur Loo Balrd, head of tho npox(whlch all tho 1918 clns3 of eliglbles nnd a cold wntors of the Atlantic and swam cost about $2,500. Tho uppor floor and Miss Artie Bolle Wilson, of Tay- -, west of tho Hartford, R. S, Charlie Bos-lMost oxposod Is largo part of those recently roclasslfl on the surface until picked up several will not bo furnished with cells. It lies near Nesles. Mines, were married at tho court ' well, (col), Hartford, R. 2, tho Oormnn lino from tho Nesles re- - cti jt appears roasonnbly cortaln minutes lntor by ono of tho ship's will be used only for women prlson- house Frldny by county Judgo Mack John A. Rucker (col), Hartford, glon southward through Clorgcs to ow tnnt Congress will Immediately, boats. For three days and nights ors, and bars across the windows Cook. Being a sailor by profession Leonard Parks (col), Hartford, It will It was tho most nntural thing in theistoy Hurt, Narrows, Tho lino. Is about four Uj,0 reconvening in this month, tho shipwrecked marines wero hud- will afford sufficient security. Rochores. Andy Ri- probably require a month to complete miles In length nnd offers an op- -. roViso tho ngo limit, making it from dled In tho little boat that was world that Mr. Walton should em- - ley, Centertown, Richard Ray-baportunity to drive tho Gormnns from ls to 40, nnd it Is expected that o hither and thither with the tho work. on tho matrimonial sea. Woier, Ronfrow. Robert Shown, region southwest of Vlllo-on- ign,les from men called from tho changing winds. For long hours wish him a happy voyage In sailing Hartford, R. 7, Roy Ingram, h frontal attack rovisod ago limit will bo called for weary eyes searched tho horizon of Tnrdonois without INCOIlHIGIIILE Glltli. (McHenry, all tho seas. John D. Fulkerson. agalnat tho hills to tho south. service beforo tho men who aro now tho sea in vain for tho appearance of Echols, Jou'ltt Potty, Fordsvlllo, u friendly sail that never appeared. In tho preferred classes. PATRIOTIC MEETING. Another of life's trngodles comes Check Flunk Attacks. It. 3, Golden Shown, Hartford. , --'With a rapidly diminishing supply of to tho court house. A young girl, Strong efforts havo been made- by R. 5, Joe Tom Taylor, Hartford, BESEKTERS CONVICTED. food nnd water, hunger and 'thirst whoso opening life should bo buildTHE PRINCIPAL SPEAKER AT R. 0, tho onomy to check tho Allies on tho Fred Arnold May, Hartnddod to tho horrible dread of a storm ing a solid cltidel for future useful- THE PATRIOTIC RALLY HERE ford, flanks, and seemingly thoy havo boon Clarence Midklff, HartOdo Wilson nnd Earl Fuught, two that might at any moment arlso to ness and happiness, ensts hope to NEXT MONDAY WILL BE CAPT. ford, Attompts to drlvo tho successful. Roy Cornell Coffman, Cen- French from St. Euphralso, an Im- army desortora recently returned to swamp their frail craft. Fortunately the' winds and Indulges a present LUCAS GUEST. CAPT. GUEST itertown. Wendell Greor, Whites , portant point southwest of Bholms, Camp Taylor, by Sheriff Bratchor, lato In tho afternoon of the fourth whirlwind of revelry. F. L. Bur-dot- t, WAS HOUN IN huutii ArmuA..v p j L, fl Do(,d I of fho Aduburg community, ?.?VB on tho enstom Hank, howovor, woro woro taken to Hattlesburg, tho camp day a fnvorablo wind drovo their ltt- vlllo, R. 3, Randell Hoover. defeated with losses., Borlln says tho from which thoy desorted, for trial. tlo boat upon the friendly Irish comes to tho court and asks tho Hartford, John Mitchell, Dun-de- o, lighting front was qulot Tuosday and Attornoy M. L. Heavrln conducted coast, nnd our boy, William, alone Judgo to assunio tho correction of IN DISPATCHES, OIVBN A COMOeorgo Arvln Hoover, that Allied efforts Monday wero ro- - tholr defense Tho chargo was re- with tho other members of tho crew tho conduct of his young daughter MISSION IN THE FIELD AT THE Hartford, R. 3, Otis Beasley, Iduced to that of being absent from was soon tucked away in a cosy hos- who docllnes to respect parental au- AGE OF 17, AND WAS AWARDED pulsed ovorywhero. McHonry, Thomas A Coffnfan, N Germany's supposed best duty without leavo, nnd they wero pital to recuperate from his long thority. Ho alleges tho girl ls dis- KINO AND QUEEN'S SOUTH Somo of Centertown, It. 1. Hondy WAR MEDAL AND FIVE Westerfield, Hartford, R. G, divisions, tho 4th Prussian Guard given sentences of flvo yoars each, nnd perilous exposure Wo devoutly obedient to hor parents and assoa federal penitentiary. It ls 'division, woro oppo-jl- n tho god of tho sea for tho ciates with Immoral characters, and CLASPS. EVERYBODY SHOULD thank nnd u Bavarian Wm. Evoroito Hoyal, Roslno, boys from the pected that after serving n few favorablo calm that enabled our home asks tho court to tako such action HEAR THIS VETERAN FIGHTER'S of Amorlcnn Geo. Hobart White Run, States. Tho j months of their sentence the boys boy, with his unfortunate compan- - as will best sorve the correction of STORY OF THE FIGHTING IN Middle West and Eastern - will bo sent to tho ranks In France Ions, to reach a haven of safety. hcr conduct. Summons for tho girl FRANCE. (Continued on Page Eight.) 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L,. a; a; a; a; a; AF-ICA- a; -- a, 5-- b; ox-no- a; Tai-ronc- IP X i I t t I n s t p p 1 h IH 1 1 H Hh h lZ131 Kajv P 1 A : t t p Don't Forget That on and After Aug. 10th, The Subscription Price of The X p p i ! p WILL BE $1.50 PER YEAR Provided You Reside Within The First, Second or Third Zone. -- If You Reside in the Fourth Zone or Beyond We Must Get $1.75 For a Year's Subscription. f p p, p : t t p p TO Those Who Wish to Pay Up In full before the above date, may do so, and secure The Republican lo Aug. 10th, 1919, at the old rate of $1.00. C3rE!EJ3ISaB5EH2HEIE33M0!Ea3Jron2nHS HHRfWTBWVXPCBt ? p p p p p We . Offer No Apologies for The Increase The paper is worth the price we ask for it, besides it is utterly impossible to issue and deliver through the mails at a less price. We heartily appreciate your past patronage and certainly court a continuance of the same, and, we assure you, that it will be our earnest desire to give you a p p p p p p p p p Country Weekly well worth the Price. : v u bv '. WANTED TO THANK DONORS i-- . 3 ii 'aifctp'M1. ftf' ' ?Our Army and What it Costs Cost Much Greater Than Facts Warrant , After This, It Would Be Folly, to 8ay That Sailors Do Npt Appreciate Gifts. Mrs. Annn Steese ltlchnrdson writes In the Woman's Home companion: "As for knitted garments, I wish you could hnve been with me one day nt n certain nnvnl bnso near New York, when the crew of n ship which had been accidentally sunk In our Most People Figure Expansion Much Lcs3 and Most people understand tlint tliu United States tinny lins been tremendously expanded In the yenr Amorlcii Iiiih been nt war. All liavo seen tho iinuy grow, In inn they Imvo wntched (ho men. go nwny, Imvo written letters nntl t pnekuges to the lioy. Few rcullsr.o, however, tlint the nnny lms Increnscd 700 per cent, In round numbers, In tlint one yenr. Official figures from Washington show Hint It Iiiih. When America entered the wnr on April (J, 1017, the total strength of nil lirnnclicH of the service (Regular nnny, Nntlonnl Guard mill reserves) wits m-n- ,r21 oIIIcwh nml 2(r.',r.l0 men. On April 0, 3018, tho grand totnl strength of the American nnny (nil branches) wns 1,0.7.1,725 123,801 olllcers and 1,028,02 men. The detailed Inures of the old mid tho new armies, which nre worth pre-se- n lug, are us follows: April, 1018 April, 1017 Olllcers Men Olllcers Men Regular nnny 5,1)71 121,707 10,003 f.03,112 10,8011 '. 70,713 National Oiinrd KU.Ws'l a.'.'M '1,000 77,:!00 00,210 0 Resrv corps (In service) 0 510,830 0 National army 0 1 212,Q.'I1 12.1,801 0,521 202,510 1,528,021 Total The cost of tho nnny during the first yenr of the wnr Is n thing that Is J'eoplo nru prone to think of the billions that have senerally been appropriated Instead of the nctual amounts that have been expended. Olllclnl figures from Washington show that the totnl expenditures on the nnny for Ibe yenr America has been In the wnr Including everything from new cantonments to shoe laces mid n good many things not properly chargeable to tyie war were $3,000,701,007.15. That um does not Include, of course, the obligations of tho wnr department contracts made for the billions of dollars' worth of supplies that will be furnished this yenr; It Is the hum actually paid out for materials nlrendy delivered and pity of the men for the time they have nlrendy served. There nre Included fiver mid harbor nnd civil establishment expenditures that would have been latule bad there been no wnr. The detailed olllclnl tlgures of war department appropriations nnd expenditures for the year nre us follows: Since the declaration of war congress has made the following appropriations for the war department: 5 10,205,1 13.00 CIK establishment .... 7,H3,83ryl03.-1.Military establishment ' 3 1,731,150.00 Rivers mid harbors very hnrbor entered the chaplain's office to receive their fresh supply of knitted garments. They hnd nil lost their clothing, barely escaping with their lives. d ''The boys lined up like the sailors they were, tucked their supplies under their arms nnd marched nut n gnl n, headed by nil olllcer. Kut tho moment they broke ranks outside headquarters cuch boy became In his own partlculnr pneknge of knitted garments nnd comfort bug, turning the sweaters, the helmets, the wristlets nnd even the lings Intdde out, poking Inquiring lingers Into every corner. " 'What nre they looking for sizes? I nsked the young olllcer nt my elbow. "'Denr, no,' said my guide with n laugh. 'Letters, notes, the addresses of the lndy who knitted the gurment or filled the bag. They want to write back nnd say thank you.' "After watching their frenzied nenrch for notes nnd nddresscs, nothing enn ever make nfe believe tlint the boys do not appreciate such gifts." well-traine- INTERESTING MID HUMMER payers of tho county to nppcar nt FASHION PARAGRAPHS tho offlco of tho Tax Commissioner between tho dntcs July tho 1st and Any sort of embellished shoulder October 31st nnd furnish said Tax scarf Is an nccoptahlo accessory to Commissioner n complcto list of their our dress thoso days. Glass fringe property of nil kinds nnd description" Is ono of the newer touches to add Now In compliance with said A,ct. chnrni to scarfs of colored tullo and I, or ono or moro of my deputfes net. will bo In my oftlco nt tho court house to servo you. In order to avoid Gray nnd black nro a smart com- delay nnd rush please roport at tho bination ,ln cloth nnd satin, or in earliest posslblo date. Respectfully, silk nnd serge. Somo touch of color, D. E. Ward. of courso, Is needed to cmphnslzo Tax Commissioner. this combination nnd glvo it n bit of m dash. Oriental embroidery, In silk Summer Complaint. or beads, is a touch used sometimes During tho hot weather of tho by tho 'discriminating dressmaker. summer months somo member of alFIno pin tucks nro a noticeable most every family Is likely to bo fenturo of somo of tho cloth coats troubled with nn unnatural looseo that nro a part of suits of ness of tho bowels, and It Is of tho greatest lmportanco that this be flno fnbrlc. treated promptly, which can only bo Whero nro our now blouses going dono when the medicine is kept at Mrs. F. F. Scott, Scottsvllle, to open? Nobody knows, of course, hand. but Just now thcro is a tendency N. Y., states, "I first used Chamtoward acceptance of tho blouso that berlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Rom-cd- y as much as flvo years ago. At opens at tho side. that tlmo I had a sevcro attack of A very effcctlvo hnt worn recently summer complaint and wns sufferyoung woman wns ing intense pain. Ono doso relievby a madoiiy navy hluo Georgetto crepe. ed mo. Other members of my famOver it was stretched a network of ily have since used It with like rem deep purple frlngo. The junctures sults." m . of tho different strands of fringe wcro emphasized with a small, dull NATIONAL TRADK MAlflC TO IDENTIFY GOODS brown wooden bead. two-plecwell-dressed PRESERVING VEGETABLES BY THE VHK W BRINK Tho uso of brlno In preparing for whiter uso has much to commend It to tho household. Tho fermentation method is In general uso In Europe, and Is becoming better known in this country ns n means ot making snuerkraut and other food products which do not rcqulro the containers used for canning. ffo cooking is required by this process. Salt brlno Is tho ono requirement. Tho product may bo kept in any container that is not mndo of metal and. is watertight. Tho vital factor In preserving tho material Is tho lastlc acid which develops In fermentation. An Importnnt feature is thnt vegetables thus prepared may! bo served as they aro or they may bo freshened by sonking in clear wa'ter and cooked ns fresh vegetables ,soys tho National War Garden Commission. veg-otnbl- ca Sauerkraut. Tho outsido leaves of tho cabbage should bo removed, tho coro cut crosswiso sovcral times and shredded very finely with tho rest of tho cabbage. Either summer growth or fall cabbago may bo used. Immediately pack into a barrel, keg or tub, which is perfectly clean, or into an earthenware crock four or fivo gallons. Tho smaller containers are recommended for househould use. Whllo packing distribute salt as uniformly as possible .using ono pound of salt to forty pounds of cabbage. Sprinkle a llttlo salt in tho container and put in a layer of thrco or four inches of shredded cabbago and then pack down with a wooden utensil Repeat with llko a potato masher. salt, cabbage and packing until the container is full or tho shredded cabbago is all used. Press the cabbage down as tightly as possible and apply a cloth and then a glazed plate or a board cover which will go Inside the holder. If using a wooden cover select wood free from pitch, such as basswood. On top of this cover place stones or other weights (using flint or granite and avoiding tho use of ' or sandstone.) limestone These weights serve to force the brlno abovo the cover. Allow fermentation to proceed for ten days or two weeks, if tho room is warm. In a cellar or other cool place three to five weeks may be required. Skim off tho film which forms when fermentation starts and repeat this daily if necessary to keep this film from becoming scum. When, gas bubbles cease to arise, it container is tapped, the fermentation is complete. If there is scum It should be removed. As a final step pour melted paraffin over tho brlno until it forms a layer from to inch thick to one-ha- lf prevent tho formation of the scum which occurs if the weather is warm or tho storage place is not well cooled. This is not necessary, unless the kraut is to bo kept a long time. The kraut may be used as soon as bubbles cease to rise. If scum forms and remains tho kraut will spoil. Remove scum, wash cover and weights, pour off old brine and add new. To avoid this extra trouble it Is wise to can kraut as soon as bubbles cease to rise and fermentation Is complete. (To can, fill jars, adjust rubbers and partly seal. Sterlli-s120 minutes in hot water bath for six minutes in steam pressure outfit at fivo to ten pounds pressure.) stamp for canning Send a pages, and drying manual, thirty-tw- o illustrated. Address Canning De partment Courier-jJourna- l, Louisville, Ky. one-quart- er ' JOKE ON DESTROYER Spent CAPTAIN 57,10 1,771,750.18 Totnl Withdrawals from tho treasury have been made under these during the period from June 15, 1017, to March 0, 101S, as follows: 0,517,018.70 Civil establishment . 5 2,S!ll,000,8S5.S5 Military establishment 1S.G37,10-GRivers and harbors 0 53,000,701,007.15 PLAN AHEAD FOR BETTER POULTRY One mn.t plan nhend In order to bo successful In nny line of endenvor. Poultry kneplug Is no exception, writes an authority. If you do not have the breeding lilrds you need for the season, of 1018. now Is u good time to get tlfimi. TJinre Is a country-wid- e scarcity of god .birds for breeding purposes, nnd one must expect to pay somewhnt Higher prices than In past years. It will not pay to get Inferior birds In to nave Httlu of the purchase prlre. If you nre Just starting, or If you want new lVod, you can buy cither Ft nek or eggs for hatching. Men nro more likely to Amy stock because they do not usually handle eggs so careAtiid ulso because usu-nll- y fully s they have ,niore money to spend. To buy Ktock its the safer plan, of course, und on the whole Is better, but It costs more movey. Kor both stock nnd eggs prices are high nnd will continue so. One cannot expect to buy eggs for hatching In 1018 In quantities, at 55 per hundred. Hitch low prlceu are now nbsurdior-eggfrom stock of any decent quality lit nil. Most poultry breeders, except those who have a large number of 'birds of superior quality, are compelled to replenish their lloek wltli .now blood utmost every year. Our Hocks either so up or go down. Just because iprlces are higher tliiui normal we must he careful to set good quality In what we buy. This is time whim .poor stuff will not pay. There .never wns jUuu when It was so true tlint "the best Is none too good." It does .not pay to keep Inferior fowls now. or-ils Manager George Stallings Is in the Game Heart and Soul on the Ball Diamond Fred Mitchell, manager of the Chicago Cuh, delights to tell stories of his former Ixiss, Miracle Man Stallings of the Knives. When Mitch was Stall-lug'- s assistant In Boston he had many n run-iwith the umniiger, nnd Ue now that Stallings tlilnks more of n tnnn who will uusuer him back on occasion. Stallings is a firebrand In bnnebnll; never laughs, rarely smiles, doesn't Jest, and masts the daylight out of a n ml-inl- m .- -a JTii fe ' ' f Jj I George n man who makes a slip. He is also a nervous person, nnd becomes enrap(About 1,500 year ngo Hie Snxons In tured on the bench while he is watchh.igland used drinking' vetssels that ing u gunie, und plays the whole conwere made of horns of cattle or oxen. test over, solo, as he sits on the play They were shaped like cones. As their ers' coop. bottoms were pointed they would not Stallings is merciless in calling down stand erect. When a man had his drink- a. player and criticizing his work. ing horn filled he disponed of (ts con"A fellow made u bobble once while tents nt a single draught nnd did not Stnlllugs wns wntchlng from tho It. lay It down until he hud drained bench," snhl Mitchell. " 'Look nt that These horns were tumblers In the tense boob,' said Stallings. 'What n bone-hea- d tlint they would not stand upright. AlI Ko, ho Isn't a bonehcad; his though our modern glasses do not have head is made of Krupp steel. " objectionable, quality, the name this that originated In curly Suxou times Another German Atrocity. still persists. MrtrlrtrCrMrMrtrttrtriiirMrMrtrirt Twenty Years Ago. legs. Why They Are Called Tumblers. T. Stallings. Lace is still much used in fine lingerie, nnd the finest of real filet is used with charming effect. It Been Lost. wears well ,too, and in theso days Humorous stories as well as tragic when wo try to buy with wisdom, tnles comes from the sens, even In war wo think a bit about tho durability time. A Krltlsh naval olllcer was re- of our lingerie. lating with great glee to Ills' friends nt the club n story nbout one of his maSome of tho new jesty's destroyers which was detailed capes, of silk jersey are lined with to escort n transport filled with troops. silk In vivid contrasting color. Ccriso This transport, It seems, wns com- Is used, for instnnce, in a cape of manded by u captnln who, unlike most of his class, wns meek and mild. The biscuit color, orange yellow In one of night was dark nnd dirty nnd naturally gray, and n green lining in a capo of no lights were showing. In the storm dark blue. and dnrkness the destroyer lost sight of her convoy. Her commander, who And although somo of tho new wns one of the nervous, peppery sort, boluses show collars, still most of dashed up and down nnd nrouud nnd them are of tho collarless variety about but could not pick her up. Of a rolling effect at the back. course the naval olllcer blamed the cap- with women have found hla convoy for not keeping in American tain of the touch and said tilings nbout the sea- line infinitely becoming, and they are manship of the convoy's cnptnln that insisting on its continuance with a perseverance that is really commendwould not rend well In print. Finnlly nfter several hours vnln able. search the destroyer's commander thought his best plan would be to run Short negligees, of course, are feafor the nearest port nnd there see If get nny news of the missing tured, but somo of tho very attractive he could transport. The destroyer thrashed her new rest robes of Georgette and chifwny through u heavy sea nt a speed of fon and tull$ show long trains, some20 knots. Just us she entered the hnr- times fan shape, sometimes simply bor she picked up n plaintive wall from long ends of tho fabric training at the convoy: "Need we follow you nny tho back . longer?" Dark sleeves aro shown in some of Art In a Butcher Shop. or the attractive new blouses of tan When hotels have nnnlversarles department strtres end half centuries Georgette drape. For tho woman alof service flowers nre nlwnys present ways watching for some practical In nbundnnce nnd a butcher uptown touch in new clothes, these blouses hnd observed this. Yesterdny, when appeal mightily. For tho dark he noted oy his cnlendar tlint tlie next sleeves, bo it remembered, do not dny would end ten years of faithful show soil so quickly as light o'ne3. service, he decided that flowers were gloomy thought to rea in order. So, fenrlng tlint others It is rather or- member that they probably really do would not remember the dnte he dered. They enme nnd the butcher ar- become soiled almost as quickly as ranged them ns artistically as his nrt do white ones. Kut if you must in dangling sausages allowed him. wear a, blouso for a considerable Kut when customers began to come In stretch of time on a long railroad later he noticed smiles. At first he journey, for Instance, or all day long took this for commendation nnd smiled doing lied Cross work that may bo bn'ck, but later he walked nil the way dusty you feel far fresher at abound the wreaths nnd Inspected a bit d carefully. And then It wns the end of the time in a them more tlint he decided flowers could never, blouse than In a light one. never become his friends. For resting cluster which was supported by TO THE TAXPAYERS OP OHIO CO. in the sausages was a banner reading, "Rest In Pence," nnd the ribbon which Section 5 Chapter 11 of Act 1318 upheld the standard of the roses and Contains tho following provisions: wns propped agnlnst the llverwurst, "It shall be the duty of tho tax "We will meet you over there." Which brings to mind the Immortal Inscription by the reporter who Interviewed the chnmplon schweltzer cheese of the world. New York Times. Hours Searching for Convoy Which It Turned Out Never Had dark-sleeve- Two national bodies which include in their membership tho great part of the manufacturing and mercantile industrials in tho country have vigorously opposed the Governments proposal, through the Department of Commerce, to establish a national trade-mar- k to bo applied to all goods originating in this country. Many reasons arc offered as to why such a plan Is not only impracticable, but decidedly unfair to those manufacturers who have spent thousands of for dollars advertising a trade-mar- k their products. "But this does not constitute a real cause for opposition," declaes an official connected with tho Department of Commerce. "At first glance it may seem a forceful argument against tho wisdom of adopting a national trademark, but upon closer examination it Suppose, for instance, is not logical. that the manufacturer of an article had advertised extensively in a foreign country where he put his products on tho market, and at the end of a considerable length of time had built up a good business on the strength of his trade-marUnder tho Government plan thls.jnanufacturr would now bo licensed along with his strongest competitor to use tho national trade-mar"Does the established manufacturer derive any benefit from his use of He does; the national trade-mark- ? ho thereby Identifies his goods as American made nndt backed up by his Government as being just what they are represented to be. Tho trado-mnr- k will bo a sort of exclusive affair nnd will not fall to such common uso as tho slogan 'Made in U. S. A. Another benefit to the manufacturer is the fact that the Government will license only thoso manufacturers who produce first-clas- s goods, thus his product will be known ns the best because of tho Government guarantee." -- : k. k. ed CASTORfA - Ohildxen Cry FOR FLETCHER'S HARDEN REFUTES HERTLING'S CHARGE . HUSBAND -- x Klcyclcs were us common as Automobiles and millionaires were rare. Table board was ?3 n week, or 55 u week with tho "best room In the house." Hotels had a "bill of fare," nnd tho "menu" with prices marked opposite was almost unknown. Appendicitis had Just been discovered. XT.ilm.li. ii'n.a mt.liltn oliAAO n,,il mini bench suits were In the "alpaca btuge." Jules Verne hnd a monopoly on tho submarine. Washington Times. Bit of Finnish History. Finland, which hns declared Its Independence from Russia, has long been n buffer stnte between the lntter From Suffering by Getting nnd Sweden. After Peter the Grent Her Lydia E. Pinkham's conquered Flnlnnd In 1721 nnd annexed Vegetable Compound. Its easternmost province, Vlborg, Sweden made repealed but unsuccessful DIf etiifi-orDa L'lnnT. I nttmrla 4t .amiln llilo r.iitlt.t It Da. m.kh B...1L. ly Alexander I. In 1S09, brought nil the 1 was not able to do my work owing to a weakness which Finnish territories under the Muscaused backache covite yoke. Since about 1800, howand headaches. A ever, Finnish liberties have been friend called m y greatly curtailed. The powers of the attention to one of Finnish diet were cancelled nnd Its your newspaper Weird and wonderful nro the mixconstitution practically abrogated. In advertisements and tures that pass us tobacco In Germany 100.'l n 'Russian dictator wnR appointimmediately my now that the government has decreed husband bought Itus-slned nnd the country flooded with that anything Is tobacco that contains three bottles of spies;, arbitrary arrests nnd not less than 5 per cent of that weed. Lydia E. Pinkham's "became dally occurrences; The rest may ho dried leaves of beech, no menus Vegetable CoRnsslllcntlon was left unof mpound for me. cherry, chicory, hops, beetroot, sorrel, Mongollnn After taking two potato, rhubarb or coltsfoot. One Ger- tried. The Finns are of .1,000,000, nnd number nbout hnttlxa T fi.lt- fine man writer says that the result is "u extraction nnd my troubles caused by that weak-IneThe Marine Journal. rank offense, it smells to heaven." aro a thing of tho past. All women Cigars Hindu from this "tobacco" go by who suffer as I did should try Lydia E. A Home Wrecked. the appropriate popular nume'of Vegetable Compound."-Mrs- . "I understand Mrs. Guhson has left Pinkham's Roiikdero, 620 Knann Jas. Scundnlosn." St, Mr. Gnbson and gone home to her N.S., Pittsburgh, Pa. mother." Women who suffer from any form of England to Grow Sunflowers. "Yes, a snd affnlr. She charges him weaknes3,asindicated by displacements, inflammation, ulceration, Irregularities, with excesslvo cruelty." The production of sunflowers is "You hiirprlse me. Gnbson doesn't backache, headaches, nervousness or being encouraged in I'ngland. Tho look like a man who would beat his "tho blues," should nccept Mrs. Rohr-berg- 's suggestion and givo Lydia E. ministry of food and production de- wife." Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a partment bus Issued instructions on "Oh, he didn't do anything of that thorough trial. how to grow sunflowers and advises tort. ' He got hold of n gns mask someFor over forty years It has been nil persons lo grow them, explaining where and when Mrs. Gnbson started correcting such ailments. If you hnvo that the seed Is rich In oil und ujuku.s one of her monologues ho put It on." mysterious complications writo for nifvico to Lydia E. Pinkham Mcdicino nu excellent chtckcu food. IJlrmInglm.ni l. n ts ss "In-fnm- ln Age-Heral- SAVES WIFE Amsterdam, July 27. Maxmilian Harden devotes practcially tho whole of Die Zukuntt to proving that Chancellor von Hertllng's chargo agalns ttho allies that they want to annihilate Germany is untrue. Hard-o- n quotes President Wilson's Mount A'ernon speech and A. J. Balfour's last House of Commons speech to show how bitter tho Entente nations are against militarism, but that they aro ready to glvo tho German people a fair chance. Ho compares theso speeches with thoso recently delivered either by the Gorman chancellor or various Junkers in tho Prussian upper houso, whero the demand for unlimited annexations is continuously heard. Ho concludes by saying: "Germany must begin to see clearly on which sldo Is the will to annexations. Germany must begin to fight against this power in its midst a power with which Germany horself long ngo became disgusted." 's Surgeons agree that in cases ot Cuts, Durns, Kruises and Wounds, the first treatment is most" important. When ni efficient antiseptic is applied promptly, there is no danger ot infection and tho wound bo- gins to heal at once. For uso on man or beast, Korozono is tho Ideal antlsoptlc and healing agent. Buy it now and be ready for an emergency. Prcie 25c, 50c, $1.00 and Jl.tiO. Sold by Ohio County Drug Co . m KULGAR KING VANISHES FOR "HEALTH'S" BENEFIT Washington, July 29. An olllclnl dispatch says German nowspapors report King Ferdinand ot Bulgaria "gono to foreign lands" for somo time on account ot his health. According to the. Neuo Frele Presse, a way Bulgarian personage on 'his through Vienna admitted that the Bulgarian people were vory tired ot tho war and had prospects of a poor Co., Lynn, Mass, : There Is more Catarrh in this section of the country than all other diseases When the baby is suffering the put together, and for years It was sup- double affliction of hot weather and fioscj to be Incurable. Doctors prescribed remedies, and by constantly falling bowol disorders, tho remedy needed to cure with local treatment, pronounced It incurable. Catarrh Is a local disease, is McGeo's Baby EJIxir, It reduces greatly influenced by constitutional conthe feverish condition, corrects tho ditions and therefore requires constitustomach and checks looseness of tho tional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Medicine, manufactured by F. J, Cheney & bowels, Prico 25c and 50c per botCo., Toledo, Ohio, Is a constitutional remedy, Is taken Internally and acts tle. Sold by Ohio County Drug Comthru the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces pany", m of the System. One Hundred Dollars reward Is offered for any case that Hall's Catarrh Medicine falls to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. V. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. FOR FLETCHER'S Sold by DrusBlstn. 75c. Hull's Family Tills for constipation. I m harvest. Children Cry C A S.TJO R A J The Hartford activity should bo tho watch word. Let us begin nnow our Red Cross work and buying war saving and thrift stamps. Let us economize PublMieil Weekly ly feed nAiiTFOKi printing company every possible morsel of great and and Incorporated . thread of clothing. Tho S. TINSIjEY, pressing duty must not bo shirked W. C. E. SMITH, s. Sncriflcc Should bo written In largo President lettors on every door of every homo Editor and ofllce in tho land ns a constant THOMAS JOHN HENRY Associate Editor reminder of our duty. AV. S. TIXSI.EY, nnil Business MniiaRcr. Ohio county needs a modern Fotor the Hermit to preach n crusado of Entered nccordlng to law nt tho county Is woefully rostomce, Hartford, Ky as mall good roads. Tho behind all tho adjoining counties In matter of tho second class. tho matter of road improvement. to Tho tlmo will como when tho county communications Address all will havo a modem road system, but The Hartford Republican. tho event must wait upon tho pleas-ur- o of tho people. The public Is paySUBSCRIBERS. "NOTICE TO ing a hundrcn thousand dollars a Subscribers desiring tho paper sent year for bad roads, but because it has glvo tho to a now address must request. old never known the valuo of good roads address in making tho Notices 10c It docs not reallzo tho actual sacrifice Duslness Locals and jer line, and Cc per lino for addition- It is making. Tho Fiscal court can al Insertion. and wo think will make some imObituaries, Resolutions and Cards provement in tho present manner of money in ad- of Thanks, 5c per lino, working tho roads but It can not V1T1 CO Church Notices for services free, make roads without tho people will but othor advertisements, Gc per lino. authorize a proper expenditure of Anonymous communications will money for tho purpose. Every good receive no attention. thing must bo paid for and wo shall not havo decent roads until the pubTELEPHONES. lic gets willing to pay tho price. j Cumberland Republican RACK UP THE FIGHTING MEN AT THE FROXT (Hy Theodore Roosevelt.) Soc.-Troa- Thoro is no American worth calling such whoso veins do not thrill " Willi lnUU vviiuu iJ hng )0cn ,jonc )y General Pershlnr and his gallant army In Franco. Tin soldiers over thoro who wear uniform hnvo mado all good Americans forover their debtors. Now and always afterward wn of this country will walk with our heads high becauso of tho men who fnco death and wounds, and so many of whom havo given their lives fighting, for this nation and for tho great Ideals of humanity across the seas. But wo must not let our pride and our admiration evaporate in more pride, In more admiration of whet others havo done Wo must put tho wholo strength of this nation back of tho fighting men nt tho front. We owo it to them. Wo owo It nt least is much to tho gallant allies, who for near four years fought tho great battle that was our battle, no less mothers and llttlo tots of girls, the unspcakablo mutilating of soldiers and tho amputation of young boys' arms, tho sorting out to officers of girls nnd tho turn tho Ing ovor of tho others to tho mercy best-lookin- g i" Hun privates? Thank God there's no such church In Elkton or Todd or even nn ad joining county, but thoro's ono In n county not far from here, and wo aro amazed at tho people of tho town of its location permitting such a mess of Gormanlzed rottenness to exist, whether It scatters Hb stenches un dor tho nnmo of church or a German beer garden. of tho hell-houn- d Prices and Quality! We want to direct your attention and ask you to carefully compare the prices at which we offer these goods as against the prices the same goods are sold at in retail stores generally. Our Position on the Question of Price and Qual ity: Quality with us is always the first consideration. Price can not be determined until quality has been fully established, for the very good reason that quality is in itself the first" great measure of value, therefore, measures the meaning of price. iK. I - FOR SALE Ono fnrm containing 55 acres locat ed near Buck Horn, Kentucky, prlco Contains some wal $40 per acre. nut timber thnt will mako saw logs. Also ono well of lasting pure water. Call on or address L. D. BENNETT, Esq., Hartford", R. F. D. No. .1, or CAPT. W.M. E. BENNETT, U. S. Army, 120 W. 17th St., Owensboro, 2t4 Ky. Farmers Mutual U FRIDAY AUGUSTS Hartford people-- would find some compensation in an early frost. It would clear the streets of weeds. A Tho toper's hope is gone. Hopkins county magistrate has deg law is concided the anti-shippin- stitutional. Is not forget that primary election day, and that Ohio county has a candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals. Come out and Do vote for Mr. Hcavrin. Senator James voted against submitting a national constitutional prohibition amendment, and the dry bo dangerous to tho allied ause and a wicked desertion of our S. Harris. lilies. 11:45 a. in. Mission Study Mrs We lay no claims to tho gifts of From now on America should S. Harris. prophecy, but with his illegal voting, nake this peculiarly America's war Announcement'. his third term his ineligibility and 'rom now on we should take the 12:00 p. in. Recess for Lunch. handicap we still take a chance and upon our shouldmrden of tho war 1.30 p. in. Devotional predict the nomination of Judge Seters. Wo should move forward at 1:45 p. in. Tho Centenary and tle, by the Democrats, for judge of nice, vith all the force that therejs Stewardship, Mrs. S. S. Harris. the Court of Appeals. n us. We should not allow the 2:15 p. m. instltuto on Young var to drag for so much as a day, Peoples Work, conducted by Mrs. S. It is remarkable that tho world ind above all we should not permit S. Harris. should be in doubt as to whether or ur people to fall under the spell of 2:45 p. m. Solo by, Mrs. David not such world characters as mclflst dreams or possible pacifist Westerfield. Nicholas, of Russia and General Von n ictions. There should not be 2:50 n. m. Training the Children Hindenburg, of Germany, are living of so much as a week in send-n- g In Missionary Work, Mrs. S. S. Harris. to or dead. But we are inclined The gossip monger, like the poor. our troops across tho seas. This 3:20 p. in. Institute on Social count the distinguished gentlemen We have always with us. Just now .var won't be won by food, or by Service out. he is busy out in the county circulat- noney, or by savings, or by thrift 3:50 p. m. Invitations for next about the local jtamps, or by the Red Cross, or by meeting. " Farmers and others buying wagons ing slanderous lies board. All sorts of stories, anything else, altho all of these will Adjournment. should have in mind the new State from statements that government help win tho war. It will bo won law governing the width of tire. The agents are hero Investigating the hy the valor of tho fighting men at new law limits the weight to be HAIL INSURANCE. board to reports that its members the front, and this valor will fall un-eacpublic roads hauled over tho and jailed, are been arrested The Hail Storm Season is our fighting men at the front cording to the width of tire. Care have no foundation of arc millions strong. might save prosecu- heard. There in Here. Insure Your Tobacco along this line truth in anyvof these reports. This Every week this summer and fall - -- , tions. board Is composed of Sam Keown, we should be putting fresh troops with CALP. KEOWN, Hart ( 3t2 we Sam Barnett and Dr. E. by scores of thousands across the ford, Ky. While it is being urged that honorable and this week, wo ocean, and now, adopt national prohibition in three of the most must gentlemen In the county. mould provide for placing a larger g YORU TAXES NOW HUE. order to win the war, it may be inter-estlndischarged their duties irmy in tho field next spring than mention that the only coun- They have to honorably, and no r.ormany Itself, or Franco and Eng I HAVE NOW RECEIVED THE try in Europe which regarded it faithfully and misconduct upon the part land combined. We are a more pop- TAX BILLS FROM THE COUNTY of necessary to stop tho use of intoxany member of the board has ever ulous, a richer country than Gor- - CLERK AND WILL BE IN MY OFicants to win tho war, was Russia. of here in Hartford where mnnv. Wo have a larger population FICE SIX DAYS IN THE WEEK TO We are not making an argument been heard their work has been done, ine than Great Britain and France com- RECEIVE YOUR TAXES. ON ACJust stating a fact. board may have made some mistakes, bined. These nations have fought COUNT OF THE ASSESSMENT BEcompliment to Mr. M. as all human agencies will, but there for four years. We have only just ING DELAYED, I RECEIVED THE It is a grave in fact begun to fight. TAX BILLS SEVERAL WEEKS L. Heavrln that of the three Repub- is absolutely no foundation MATERIALLY in the second for any of theso silly charges of un WHICH Let us at once mobilize tho whole LATE. lican circuit Judges In man-powof this country between SHORTENS THE TIME FOR COLAppellate district, Judges Slack, of faithfulness that find circulation Owensboro, Moss, of Bowling Green remote sections of the county. This the ages of 19 and 50 or 60. Tho LECTING TAX. AND MUST INSIST of the and Carter, of ThompklnsvlUe, each newspaper owes to the people draft should take in nil men of 19, UPON PEOPLE CALLING AT MY Mr. Heavrln' county, who support it, a duty to pro- even if they were not sent abroad OFFICE AT ONCE FOR SETTLEof them is supporting candidacy for Judge of the Court of tect the public interest when neces- until they were 20 years old. Lot us MENT OF THEIS TAXES. sary. We shall fearlessly perforin not at once. Perhaps we can beat K.f S. A. BRATCHER. S. O. C. Appeals. . this duty.and if tho exemption board tho Germans this year, if wo keep The time draws closer for us to or any other public official proves pouring our troops ovor with the ut- RED CROSS HELPS IN FAR MADAGASCAR take our tramp vacation, and wo are faithless to tho public trust an expos- most speed. But let us take no hungry for the time. We shall try ure of such conduct will appear in chances. Let us proceed upon tho Twenty pounds of quinine has just to interest our readers with a few these columns. Hut wo regard it is assumption that Germany will fight columns of recital of our experi- much a duty to defend the innocent noxt spring and, therefore, lot us been shinned to tho leper colony at ences while playing tho role of the as to expose tho guilty, hence this act Instantly so that by spring we Farafangana, South Madagascar, by The prosaic and defense of tho local exemption board. will havo in Franco an army of fight- the American Red Cross, for tho re"Weary Willie." lief of tho Sisters of St. Vincent de tho commonplace pall, wo have a ing men, exclusively of hankering for novelty. ROY BENNETT TO exclusively of home depots, Paul, who aro conducting tho leper and GO TO PHILIPPINES which shall amount to 4,000,000 colony thero. public spirited citizen should Every A letter received by tho American armed soldiers at tho very least. office lend a helping hand in tho present Roy Bennett, son of Mr. and Mrs Let us fight beside tho French, Red Cros3 through its Paris campaign to stamp out Illiteracy in James Bennett, of this placo.who has and bo ready reported that tho sisters in tho mis tho British, the Italians, Ohio county. Thero are only about been Managing Editor of tho LexingInstantly in tho Balkan slon woro In dlro need of quinine. people In tho countv ton Herald for somo time, has ac- to fight of fever in four hundred Peninsula nnd In Asia Minor against Owing to tho prevalence amount of who can not read and write, arid with cepted a position with u paper in tho Germans and their vassal states. tho country, a certain a united effort to support tho cam- Manila, P. L, and will start for his There must bo no delay, not by so quinine is said to bo necessary for tho paign now being waged wo can re- new field of labor as soon as passmuch as one hour, and no letting up sisters to maintain their health. duce that number by seventy five port can be secured. Mr. Bennett is Appeal had been made to the one moment In the cause of our per cent by the end of October. Lot well known hero, having resided In for French Minister for tho Colonies in entlro strength. us all help. Paris, and the answer camo back thut this place for several yoars. Tho of a host of friends is it was unlawful to export quinine TAKING A SHOT AT allied best wishes Tho recent successes of tho a heritage Roy Bennett takes with MURRAY BAPTISTS from Franco nt this time. So the armies should not mislead our peo- lit in in his chosen profession to the appeal was turned ovor to tho French ple into a state of Inactivity. The y Philippines. Commission of the American Red County Times.) (Todd war is not yet won. Many days, and When a church recalls to its pasto- Cross. fighting aro yet may be years, of hard steamer is now Do you got up at night? Sanol Is A trans-Atlantfound guilty of enbefore us. The great armies wo havo surely tho best for all kidney or blad- rate a man who is making tho long Journey to theso already sent ovor must bo support- der troubles. Sanol gives relief in dorsing everything tho Huns do, but escapes sentonco on a more technical- - sisters of charity, bearing in tho hoM ed, and possibly greator armies must 24 nours iorm an uacKacno anu uiau- ... It i good form to inquire tho precious shipment marked for J days of sacri- der troubles. "l ' yet be sent over. Our Sanol Is a guaranteed wnon ""v same church will put 'Soor Louise, Le Proserio do Days, remedy. 50c and ?1.00 a bottle at J"Bt fice may bo Just beginning. News. 46-on a program of tho raping of grand precious, and persibtent thodrus store. .vould ex-Cz- ar inter-nibsloss Democrats may not fall over each other in a mad rush to get to the polls to vote for him. pang of pity for our Democratic friends In tho matter of their race for the senatorial nomination. They have a most unfortunate Prcs Kimball is the thorn in their side. Press claims asks-hithat he will support James and On tlw friends to do likewise. face of it it looks generous, but It isn't. James is confined to a hospital and can't make a canvass. A unit nrlmarv vote for James would bo a calamity, and tho Democratic press Is growing frantic in its effort-t- o cot out their vote. Press says he Is running just to insure the nomlna, tion being made by popular vote, but a nonular vote Is just what the part does not want now, but It can't afford to say so. If James, who Is very sick, were to die before the primary Press would be the only candidate on tile ballot, and of course would be thr nominee. No doubt tho honorable Press never thought of this contin gency but his party leaders have On its upper surface Press' propo sltlon Is as fair as a cloudless day and his party leaders dare not assail It but its under surface looks sinister and dark and they are cussing It under their breath. It Press had no) got in tho way with'that popular vote stuff his party would not havo had to hazard a light vote calamity. And Press is going to get some votes. Delng fairly schooled In the game of politics wo can scarcely repress a than theirs. At last wo have begun to come to GROUP MISSIONARY MEETING. their assistance, but let us solemnly reallzo that wo camo very late, and A croun missionary meeting com that It Is n dreadful thing If wo waste posed of tho following charges: Hart jno hour that can now bo saved, or ford, Beaver Dam, Centertown nnd smallest degreo a i weaken In tho 3ffort that can be made. The Inability or refusal of Bolshevist Russia to do her part In tho ?reat war for liberty and democracy has cast a terrible added burden upOn tho eastern front on the allies. his has meant the temporary allied ruin and tho feeling of tho armies of uitocracy for action against thn Franco Western people. England, uid Belgium for four years, and Italy i'or over three years, havo been fighting tho battle of civilization. Their terribly depleted Is Thank heaven wo havo got some nundreds of thousands of soldiers icross In time to be a real element at Paris. Temporarily, in saving cast, and I hope permanently, wo lave done our part In this respect nan-power fr Dundee. Is to bo held- - hero In tho Methodist church next Friday even Ing and all day Saturday. A cordial Invltltlon Is hereby extended to the othor Missionary societies of the town community to join with us and Luncheon will bo served In tho base ment of the church at tho noon hour. Mrs. Harris whose nnmo appears on tho Program Is n returned missionary and Is a delightful specker and very You will miss n great Instructive. treat It you fall to hear her. The following Is tho program. S:30 Friday Evening Missionary address, Mrs. S. S. Harris. We Must Furnish a Quality of Mer chandise that Will Effectively Disprove Every Argument of Every Kind Raised ' Against Us. ' Saturday. 10:00 a. m. Devotional Row A. D. Litchfield. 10:15 a. m. Organization. 10:30 a. m. Secretary's Message1.! 11:00 a. m. Reports from Auxili aries. 11:15 a. m. Questions on Depart ment Work. Answered by Mrs. S. Quality with us is our first aim and the highest consideration. You can save much money by buying of us. Get our prices. 3ut tho faltering, the least letting jp or failure in pushing forward our reparations and our assistance Carson (& Co. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. Telephone Troubles BELL Telephone employees are constantly trying to prevent trouble of any kind in the workings of the equipment, and to repair such troubles as soon as possible after they occur. Subscribers are asked to report trouble immediately, and to exercise a reasonable patience while it is being cleared. working on your telephone, it does not mean that you are not receiving proper If you do not see a man actually - v,'. to-da- y. sus-nlci- attention. hrtnrc in trif rnhlf or at nnv nnp nf rpv- - The difficulty may be at the switch- - er eral other places. Two or three men may $j be at work hunting it down. J ; It is always our first consideration to clear troubles promptly. When you Telephone Smile CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY Incorporated W. W. HARRIS, Manager, Hartford, Ky. USE OF ts red chosk cd U.N1KOKM ItKSTItlCTED far-awa- ic "' Fara-Divisio- n hours, are yr Tho only outdoor uniforms sane-tionfor uso by mombers of Red Cross Chapters are for Canteen and Motor Service, nnd theso aro permitted to bo worn only in the performance of such particular Red Cross service A recent lottor received from tho Acting General Manager states that it is entirely contrary to the deslro of National Hearquarters for Red Cross workers to wear any uniforms other than those authorized by Washington, and that in no- - event should any Branch or Auxiliary adopt a uniform without the consent of its chapter. In no case should uniforms unauthorized by tho Division Manager bear tho Red Cross insignia; by in- - slgnln Is meant tho Red Cross or tho lettors A. R. C. This notion was made necessary by a growing tendency on the part of. members of llranches and Auxiliaries to wear uniforms of original design. Such uniforms could not have been designed by their wearers for use In Red Cross service, since all Branches of tho service for which uniforms aro doomed dosirablo uro provided for in A. R. C. 403, and tho wearing of those unautharlzod uniforms as street costumes is entirely contrary to tho democratic spirit of tho Red Cross. When vou havo Iinclcacho tho liver or kidneys aro suro to bo out of gear. Try Sanol, It does wondora for tho liver, kidneys and bladder. A trial 50c bottle will convince you. Get It at the drug store 4C-- I i v?iv-a- mtf!ewiiKT ;, W i. Join The Crowd At The Beach. Before going in, however, provide yourself with Sorvlce will bo withdrawn from of Esnulro William Daughcrly, lUaizctown, was in town Tuesday. all tolcphono subscribers who fall to pay their dues by tho 10th of tho PEItD CASEIJIER, Cnpt. J. J. Tllford, of Fordsvillo, month . Manager. called on us while in town Tuesday. Bt4 Mr. Arvls Wedding, of Narrows, called nt Tho Republican olllco Monday. nrc spending tho week with relatives In Owonsboro. C3n4...f1nv ... POULTRY As the WANTED! so fluctuating, Friday ana Saturday nights. What Why, tho show at tho Star will? Mrs, E. P. Sandcfur and children Theater. tl.lllll It will be Tuesday. Thursday nnd ,. tr1. 1. ... xf m..n.1. ..JblltS UIDtl'rtU UL lUVEIIUf 1 market is a Bathing Suit. You can find in our stock a selection that will pleacc you and the price is right. So don't worry, while the others are enjoying themselves, but come to our store for your Suit, Cap, Slippers, and qther Do this, and remember that it pays to accessories. trade with a house that saves you' money. Don't forgot to turn out to tho primary and urgo your Mr. Marvin Bean, who has boon neighbor to go with you and vote for nt Georgetown for somo time, is nt M. L. Hcavrln for Judgo of tlfts Court of Appeals. homo this week. Miss Irene Ward, tho efficient depvntnn et nmi'tt. paper advertising. Sco our wholo uty in the ofllco of tho County Tax Commissioner, spent from Saturday pngu ad this week. until Wednesday with relatives in Miss Vera Hnwklns, of Bennetts, Owensboro. Is npcndlng tho summer with relaMisses Hattio Brack, of Owensboro, tives in Oklahoma. and Miss Willyo Lindlcy, of Point Miss Ethlyno Monarch and Mrs. Pleasant, were guests of Misses Golda Haydcn, of LIvIn, are spend- Beulah and Elizabeth Mooro from ing tho week with Mrs. J. C. Riley. Friday to Monday. Wn nnnrnnlnln Mm we will not quote you prices on poultry and eggs this week, but guarantee the highest cash prices. Consult us before you sell, and you will be convinced that we are the highest cash buyers. wa 4 vf(oh'dicS, L i kmk c -- wCSsivH fen n BATHING SUITS Chic, Smrtrt, individual perfect fitting otylcs for Bench wear, combinod with quQlitlco of durability and service- make MONARCH Bathing and Swimming suits most popular. - J&&&Ck i ,The Hartford FRIDAY. gold caso, . Elgin An interesting revival, conducted LOST Ono movement, ladles' watch. Return by Dr. C. F. Wimberly at Dundee was to Ernest Birkhead, Hartford, Ky , brought to a close Monday night. Geo. P- - Jones, of tho Washington and receive reward. community, assisted In tho singing. i Supt and Mrs. E. S. Howard and visited died at her little daughter, Tryphena, Mrs. John Herroll Supt. Howard's father and family, homo, near LIvermoro, Friday and near Select, Sunday. was burled in Oakwood cemetery Her death was due hero Saturday. Sho leaves a husMrs. A. R. Renfrew and children, to tuberculosis. oV Narrows, havo gone to Owons- band and six children. boro for tho winter, where the children will enter school. . Mr. J. W. Marks, who has been ' employed In the engineering departMr. Buck Mldkiff, a farmer, of near ment of the Southern railroad, at Republican Now Is tho tlmo to sow red top and Sulphur Springs, had a barn slruck Toccoa, Ga., has Just been commisclover seed. Get them from W. E. and materially damaged by light- sioned .a Lieutenant in tho engineer'ELLIS & BRO. 3t4 ning ono night last week. ing division of tho army. AUGUST 2 Rev. Walter Creep will go to Mrs. Lyman B. Rosenfleld and Saturday to nil an appolnt-mo- daughter. Miss Carolyn, of Louisto preach nt a church, of which ville, who have been visiting Mrs. ho Is pastor, near that city. Rosenfleld's sister, Mrs. M. L. Heav-ri- n .went to Owensboro Monday to 9 of Baton Mr. Shelby Stevens, Tho protracted meeting, conducted spend the week with relatives. Rouge, La., Is visiting his mother, by Rov. A. D. Litchfield, at Goshen, Mrs. Laura Stevens. is having a good attendannco and Mr. James H. Williams presented accomplishing much good. a service flag to tho Christian church Shows at tho Star Theater will be here Sunday morning. It bore two on Thursday Instead of Friday Mrs. G. W. Bunger and daughter, stars, for Royco Igleheart and Edwin nights, as heretofore. Miss Mary, who have been confined Hamlet, boys of the congregation with serious illness for some time, who are in the military service. Mr. J. W. Thomas, of Narrows, little, if any better. was the guest of his brother, Mr. are but Raymer W. Tinsley, who has been J. II. Thomas, Friday. The Fiscal Court will meet Wed in Government service, department nesday to consider questions of road of Justice, located in San Antonio, Mr. and Mrs. John Graham, of work and any other matters that Tex., since last December, has been Narrows, gave us a pleansant call. may properly come before it. transferred to Waco, and placed In while In town Monday. charge of the office at that place. Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Camp arid Mr. T. II. Black went to Louisville Illinois, are visiting Mrs. John W. Sanderfur, of Wednesday,whoro' he will spend the children, of parents, Mr .and Mrs. Mrs. Camp's entertained her Sunday School remainder of the week. Milton Boyd, at Hors.o Branch. class, composed of intermediates, of Mt. Hermon M. E. church, south, at Mrs. W. T. Woodword, will go to The Ladies Aid of Nocreek, M. E. dinner Sunday, at her home. Music y to visit ber son, At- Church, will serve refreshments on recital of bible stories were features Louisville torney E. M. Woodward.' after- of the afternoon. tho church grounds noon, commencing at 2 o'clock. Miss Ruth Riley, who .has been atMrs. Florence Allen, who resides Mrs. Frank Slaton and children, of about 3 mlles east of here, lost her tending a business school at Bowling Kansas City, Mo., are with Mrs. dwelling and most of the contents Green, came homo Tuesday. Slaton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam by fire Wednesday afternoon. The origin of the fire is not definitely Capt, J. G. Koown, with tho J. I. Gaines, at Fordsvllle, this week. known though it was supposed to Caso Threshing Machine Co.,, spent Tom Harrel and Bertha Culbertson, have been from kitchen flue. Sunday hero with his family. both of McHenry, were married Lieut. Estill Barnett, a. Camp Mrs. Emost Woodward and baby, at tho court house Tuesday. Judge Hattlesburg, has been promoted to Louisvlllo, came down Wednes- Cook performed tho marriage rites. of the rank of Captain. Hartford day, for a visit with relatives. Hartford had a sugar famine tho friends of the Barnett brothers feel couple of Justly proud that the boys are both Mr. W. II. Madtlox and nleco, Miss flrbt of tho week. For a sugar honored with tho rank of Captain. Baxter, of Echols, were among days there was not a pound of Elite to bo had at a Hartford grocery. Allison J. Barnett was made a CapRepublican olllco visitors Monday. tain about the tlmo the Hartford Mrs. Esslo Graves and family, of company was mustered Into the ser Five Ohio county boys will bo sent guests of the vice. to Indianapolis August 15 for me- Bowling Green, were family of Mr. Walker Myrtle, at chanical training for army service. Horse Branch, tho first of the week. Attorney Otto JJnrUn returned Wednesday from Camp Hattlesburg, Dr. C. J. Rhoads, of Union City, A warrant has been issued in Judgo Miss., where he had gone to defend Tenn., visited his old Hartford and Ohio county haunts tho first of the 'Cook's court for Simon Dennison, of Ernest Hurt, a soldier from Olaton, McHenry, charging him with maiming who was charged with desertion. The week. a cow, tho property of Roy T. Stew- military court had not rendered an opinion when Mr. Martin left the Liberty Tea Room will ap- art. The camp. Capt. Allison Barnett was a preciate a donation of a hjpn. Will member of tho court hearing the DR. BEN L. BRUNEIt, OF LOUIf-VILLsome patriotic farmer help a worthy WILL ADDRESS THE PA- case. causo? TRIOTIC MEETING AT THE METHMrs. Z. H. Shults, who was recentMrs. Charlie Noel and children, of ODIST CHURCH HERE SUNDAY. homo Monday, af- DR. BRUNER IS ONE OF THE BEST ly operated on for removal of a tuNarrows, returned ter a week's visit with Mrs. Neel's ORATORS IN THE STATE, AND mor, In a hospital at Camp Green, brother, Prof. Roy Foreman, of SHOULD HAVE A BIG AUDIENCE N. C. Is reported as getting along J nicely toward recovery. Mrs. Shults AT HIS APPEARANCE HERE. Goshen. Mrs. Alex Grigsby is tho guest of Hop-kinsvll- lo nt Wo havo on cztonslvo lino in stock on which vro oro placing very attractive price. Hear Dr. Bruner at tho Methodist Mr. K. J. McKlnnoy, of Louisvlllo, was In town yesterdny nnd while hero church hero Sunday. Dr. Bruner is paid this olllco nn appreciated visit. ono of the greatest orators In Kentucky, and it will bo a rare chance Dr. C. M. Hcavrln, of Owensboro, to hear a real speech. has moved to Hawesvlllc, whero he Eight colored boy left for Camp will engage in tho practice of medTaylor Tuesday. xlost of the colicine. ored pcoplo of Haytl, and many Mrs. Cal P. Kcown Is spending tho white people, of Hartford, were at week-en- d visiting relatives and at- tho depot to see them off. tending the Baptist Bible Institute at Fordsvillo. Miss Olivia Harrison, of Narrows, will leavo within a few da'3 for If you have something you mant Washington, whero sho will accopt to sell a four lino ad in Tho Hart- appointment to a position In one of ford Republican will And you a buy- tho government departments. er. Try it. At a meeting of tho city council, Tho tobacco market has opened in hold Monday night, Mr. Ad. Howard North Carolina with prices ranging tendered his resignation as clerk of from ten to fifteen dollars higher tho council, and Mr. W. H. Coombs was elected to fill tho vacancy. than last year. DAVIDSON - SEAY - ADAMS CO. W. E. ELLIS & BRO, Managers. Liccnso No. : (4 day in the week. 4 iNew Poultry House We have opened a Produce House in Hartford, Ky., next door t oiler's grocery, arid we are going to pay the highest cash prices eveiy As the market is so fluctuating, we will not quote prices on poultry and eggs this week, but guarantee the highest cash prices. Consult us be- "fore yeu sell, and you will be convinced that we are the highest cash buyers. Kentucky Creameries, Owned and operated by Armour & Co., Incorporated. United States Food Administration License No. L. T. RILEY, Manager. If., H. & E. K. It. TIME TABLE. 9:06 . outh Bound, No. 115 Due at Hartford Horth Sound, No. 114 Due her slater, Mrs. Amanda Henry, In Owensboro, this week. m. 6.45 p. m. at Hartford (Both "Mixed" Tralni.) : Personal News : : and Social Euents, f r G, Dr. J. W. Taylor is spending a few days in Louisville. Mr.. Hosea Shown, of Route In town Wednesday. was No-cree- k, O . Mr. S. D. Matthews, of Fordsvllle, v called on us Friday. Mr. E. D. Foreman, of Narrows, called on us Monday. to-da- .' ' tho Thursday night Remember shows at tho Star Theater. Insure your tobacco against hall. W. J. BEAN, Agont, Hartford. Mr. Walter Blackburn, of Williams Mines, called on b Wednesday. Mr. C. T. Tinsley, of Simmons, was among our callers Tuesday. Mr .S. L. Mldkiff, of near Buford, was hero yesterday on business. Mrs. Elspa Thurber, of Eureka, Ind. Is visiting relatives at Barretts Ferry. Misses Wilma and Ruth Lowo aro spending tho week with relatives near Glasgow. Mr. Grant Pollard, marshal at Fordsvillo, was among our visitors A SOLDIER'S GRAVE. is a daughter of Attorney J. P. San-defi of Hartford, and the wife of Dr. Z. H. Shults, formerly of PleasPerhaps it will be news to most ant Ridge, but now In the United Ohio county people to learn that tho States army medical service. body of one of Washington's soldiers reposes in the county's dust. Capt. J. J. Tilford, passenger con- But in a quiet barnyard of tho "O. ductor on the Irvington branch of P. Rains" farm, two miles south of the Texas railroad, claims the dis- Rosiue, marked only by a rough, tinction of being the oldest subscrib- uncut stone, lies the remains of a er to the Hartford Republican. Capt. soldier who heard tho commanding Tllford was a subscriber to the paper voice, and obeyed the quiet orders, published af Big Cllfty, in Grayson of the great Marshal of the Revolucounty that McClure later brought tionary War. The remains of a solto Hartford, and .which later develop- dier who was one of that faithful He has few remained to keep the deceptive ed into The Republican. taken the paper continuously since. camp fires burning and hold Corn-wall- is' army while Washington stole MOONLIGHT ..INSTRUCTOR away to achieve a groat victory at rOOR PRESS AGENT Trenton, lies in an unmarked grave, Local pride should bo aroused to Mrs. W. L. Mills, of Daviess coun- raise a sultablo grave marker over ty, who has been placed In charge tho distinguished dead. His name of' the campaign in Ohio county for was William Johnson Cooper, and the purpose of stamping out illitera- he settled in Ohio county after the cy, is disappointing as a press agent. war, coming here from Maryland, Mrs. Mills sent out a press state- and died here near the close of the. ment, over her signature, that by the eighteenth century. 1910 census report Ohio county had The identity of this soldier is well 2,003 illiterates. We do not have authenticated. His history comes to the census report referred to before us through his grand-soRev. Willus, but if correctly quoted, the state- is Green Stewart, who is still living, ment can serve no other purpose now at tho advanced age of eighty-thro- e but to discredit tho county, since the years. 1918 school report, now in 'the hands of the county superintendent, shows QUARTERLY MEETING. there aro now in Ohio county only 338 adult Illiterates and 53 in school Conference for tho Hartford church ago, making a total of 391 illiterates will bo held noxt Saturiay and Sunfor the county. If Mrs. Mills had day at Mt. Hermon. Rov. J. T. any useful purposo to serve in quot- Rushing will bo present and preach ing the alleged showing of the 1910 and administer the Sacrament of tho census, common Justice to the coun- Lord's Supper. Dinner will be servty demanded a statement of the pres- ed in the way aud all ent number of illiterates also. are requested to come and bring a, 4 well tilled basket. MRS. ALLEN DEAD, A. D. LITCHFIELD, P. C. n, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Smith ran over to Owensboro Wednesday, returning yestorday. Rowan Holbrook made a business trip to Louisvlllo Wednesday, returning yesterday. E, - .. Mrs. Mattie Mosley Allen died at the Jewish Hospital, Louisville, Wednesday of tubercular troubles. Tho remains will be brought to this county and burlpd in the Mt. Carmel Cem-etr- y, near Buford, at 2 o'clock this Mrs. Alen was reared In afternoon. this county and was qulto well known, having taught in tho public schools of the county and for several years was a member of the faculty in the school at this place. There survives Mrs. Allen, her husband, Prof. E. Y. Allen and two small children. mm LICENSED TO WED. W. J. Walton, 24, Cavo City to Artie Belle Wilson, 1C, Taylor Mines. W. L. Casebler, 25, Centertowu to Bornlco Hatchor, 19, Contertown. Tom Hnrrol, 25, McIIeury to Bertha Culbertson, 19, McHenry, Clearn Hoflln, 22, Rockport to Ollle Allen, 21, Ccutertown; No man Is rich enough to eat what bis country needs. ' f T gttrn soi.mnit's i,rrri:u. Cnmp Beauregard, Ln., July 22nd, 1018. Tho Hartford Republican: I thought perhaps tho pcoplo hack homo would Hko to hear something about army llfo .although I don't know very much nbout It my self yet, ns I have only drilled four days slnco have been In tho service, have been In tho ofllco as company clerk and Hko my work fine I had a real Interesting experience this morning as my company, received seventy-fou- r new men last night, who were transferred from Camp Pike ,Ark. So mm this morning after they had gone to drill area I had to have a roster the FOR FLETCHER'S of them to bo turned Into tho Personal offlcc Tind while taking tho names I camo up to one fellow and asked him his name and ho said noth- niUTISH AIKMKX ItAlI) ing, but camo to find out ho was n AUSTRIAN SL'llMAMXKS Frenchman and couldn't speak English, but thero was another FrenchHomo, July 27. British aviators man standing near by who could havo again raided tho Austrian naval speak tho English language real well baso at Cattare, tho Italian admiralbut was not well enough versed ty announces. Serious damage was and In the English language to spell tho caused to Austrian aerodomes name ,so not knowing French my- submarines in tho harbor. Naval self, had to guess at tho spelling of planes carried out an effective raid his name. on tho Austrian aorodomo at Zagos- Last week wo all went to tho rifle ta, causnig a great conflagration. All range, a distance of about two and raiders returned unharmed. An Ausone-ha- lf miles and bcllcvo mo there trian air raid on Corslni and IUnilnl wero sure some shooting done, each failed, tho raiding machlno being man llred sxty shots at a distance of driven off before they could do any from one to six hundred yards from damage. the tarcet. I think tho intentions arc now that next week wo will go Constipation Is the starting point to tho artillery range, a dlstanco of for, many serious diseases. To be twclvo miles from camp, will have healthy, keep tho bowels active and to take tho field desk along as tho regular. Herblno will remove all ac- whole battalion is going and will bo mi t.ititnHrmc In thn linvnl nnd lltlt gone for a week, so the paper work th(J sygtcm ln j,rjln0 condition. Price . .will havo to go on Just tho same as 60c. Sold uy UMo county urug if we wero ln camp. Company. This suro Is a warm place down here, but tho cllmato surely Is agree- 1,000 SLACKERS ARE HOUNDED UP ing with me, as I weigh about eight Cleveland, July 9. About 300 Am pounds more than when I entered the service. Don't know when wo erican Protective League operatives Cleveland to.'-wigo across the "pond" and don't searched down-tow- n think many arc caring as all seem night for slackers, as a result of anxious to get a shot at the old which more than 1,000 youths be tween 21 and 31 who could not show Kaiser. Would be mighty glad to sec any their classification cards were haled one from Ohio county step Into my before the examining board. All tent here among tho pines, so If any noolrooms. saloons and grills In the of you ever come to this camp, Just district were temporarily put out of hunt mo up and I will show you the business by tho raids. Scores of girls were bereft of their escorts. best time possible. The board was in session all nght With best wishes to all back homo and that the war will soon be over tryng suspects. Many were released upon promises to and we boys can como back to our until Kentucky homes and the others to report with their registration cards, ind many others spent the night in their homo-?- , I must go, "'"SSs mn-chl- tho but not for flights. Presumably valves of two or thrco cylinders had broken or stuck. "Dut tho pilot did not glvo up hope, tho and succeeded in "tnxl-lng- " wholo way to tho British lines over the level sand. On tho way ho crossed n Turkish encampment, and his undercarrlago brought away a clothes lino and a number of Turkish shirts. Tho pilot was attacked by several detachments armed with rifles and guns, but they invariably fled when ho charged on them with his machlno gun. Two or thrco Gorman nlrplanes dived and fired bursts at him but luckily hit no vital part." 8 Germans Plan World Rule; Other Races to Be Menials R DIRECTORY, CIRCUIT COURT. ijf rt APPNre e. i cppjrn v xzzzzzkzzzzzczc& (Written for the War Committee of the Union League Club of Chicago.) Children Cry CASTO R A, - I ll A J-"- " ''"" R0Y PRA1M Co. B, 153rd Infantry, jail. - r- - Camp Beauregard, La. An) one Who Has tVd It. There are families who always aim to keep a bottlo of Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy In the house for use in case it is needed, and find that it snot only a good investment but saves them no end of suffering. As to its reliability, m ask anyone who has used it. Ak Rockport Amazed "" By Sudden Action 1 - NEKI) 18 BILLIONS VOll TWO-YEAR- S The quick action of pure Lavoptlk eye wash Is startling. A school boy had eye strain so badly ho could not read. A week's uso of Lavoptlk sur prised his teacher so much she used ONE WASH it for her old mother. showed benefit. A small bottlo is guaranteed to benefit EVERY CASE weak, strained or inflamed eyes. The QUICK result is astonishing. Aluminum eye cup FREE. Harrel Bros, WAR druggests nt Rockport. 3 00 Cleveland, O., July 27. An to army bill for 1919-2- 0 meet the vast Increaso in the military establishment proposed by the War Department was forecasted by Reprankresentative Kahn ing minority member of tho House Military Committee ,ln an address y beforo tho League of "here Republican Clubs. "This means additional Liberty bonds," Representative Kahn said: "it means additional taxation; it means if it means anything, that tho American people must ho prepared Perto give their all, If need bo. haps the time will como when every individual in tho United States will ,have to content hmself with tho barest necessities of llfo, and surrender r.i.ni,,iiinn l.n iinacnaKpa nr nnriis ho- i i...n UnwA imtnaclHpa tn nlil hln to-da- "Wo havo not begun to mako sac- jiflces in these United Statos; wo do "not yet know tho pinch of hungor - hope and pray wo may novor know wo will bo tho better prepar ed for possible eventualities If we be gin now tho practlco of solf-denl." tovernmeni. itbut nl --- " Apply a cotton cloth wet with !.,!.. Oil,,, ..miitivin it .... ..uu..., lillun c?nn.. l.l..nn .w nil emiflfla ......... i a,.u,uo cuts uurns sores or wonderful healing power. It is its prompt and very effective. Price 25c. 50c and $1.00 per bottlo. Sold m by Ohio County Drug Co. T ... Bal- - ... DISABLED PLANE "HOPS" TO BRITISH LINES London, July 20. A trench newspaper published by ono of tho British divisions ln Palestine, gives tho following account of an umiMial feat by a British airplane In tho fighting zone: "Ono of our aviators was forced by engine trouble to laud ten miles tho Turklbh lines. His engine was bufllclont but produced and short hops, jiower for 'taxi-luinls-nrliig' MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. nusixtss collegj diucuuo.vs rincTicii, Kr Ohio circuit court. I'dnh. Dona Klper, who sues, &c., .Plantlffs. Vs. Nntlcn. Efllo Evans Wilson, et al.,Defendants. By virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of tho Ohio Circuit Court E1E, EAR, THROAT, NOSE rendered at Its July term, 1918, in tho above cause, for tho purpose of And Fitting of Glasses sale and distribution among tho OWENSBORO.KY.' nnrHoa nnHtlful rhnrpfn. T will offer for sale at public outcry, at the court Chronic Constipation. Stomach and Liver Troubles. house door in Hartford, Kentucky, on It is by no means an easy matter No end of misery and actual snf- Monday tho 5th day of August, 1918, hour of ono o'clock P. M., forlng is caused by disorders of tho to cure this disease, but it can be USELIV-VER-LAabout the X upon a credit of jslx and twelve stomach and liver, and may bo avoid- - done in most Instances by taking months, the following doscribed prop- ed by tho uso of Chamberlain's Tab-- j Chamberlain's Tablets and complying erty, Give thorn n trial. They only with the plain printed directions that A track of land In Ohio County, lets. in m accompany each package. Kentucky, bounded as follows: cost a quarter. Beginning at the Cromwell and Brownsville road; thence E. with tho Brownsville road to a gum ln J. M. White's line; thence with his line to a white oak, corner with Elden Miller's; thence with saiu Minors Mm tn thn Wnrran Mill and Ilalzo town road; thenco S. with said road . ., lmplnnlnt' rnntnlnlnir 25 acres. ' Peel rfirht all tho time. Don't lay ofi IUIU W c.l from work for days by taking caloma Tho above land was transferred to keeps yoc when pleasant Liv- - Ver-La- x J. M. White by deed from L. C. Royal on your feet, whilo relieving your trou,b-le- . and wlfo, M. J. Royal, on tho 16th Safer too, nnd easy to tako. Donl day of February 1899, and recorded Six Yean Ago, Thinking She Might Die, Says Texas Lady, But Now tako anything else. You can't afTorc In the Ohio County ciorKS omce in it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses sysShe Is a Well, Strong Woman and Praises Cardui For deed book 21, page 584. tem and relieves constipation. A nat Also ono houbo and lot, beginning ural remedy, natural in its actions, sun Her Recovery. on u stono on tho Brownsvlllo road, in its effect nnd certain in results. II corner; wiC James and Mothorhead's won't bo long beforo Liv- - Vtf-La- x thenco with said road N. 87 E. 20 completely displace calomel in even years aga home, i Children can take it freely an the better. That was six Royeo City, Tex. Mrs. Mary j,(,iC8 to a stono; thenco S. 3 W. 12 Vt unlna tn n Htntin? thnnpo N.3 E. 12 V-- with perfect safety. Every bottlo guar-- j ..- -, well, (.u.,u v of this place, says; "After the and I am sUU here and am a iwil.w tn thn hoL'Innlnir. rnntnlninir antccd. 50c and $1 in bottles Non strong woman, and I owo my llfo to genuine without tho likeness and signs ji tract of land was birth of my llttlo girl... my side com(,oeded tQ Q g whUo by R M Iluvon Cardui I had only taken half tha turo of I K. Grigsby. For sale by an(l reCorded in tho Ohio County menced to hurt me. I had to go back . A. W1LLIAMB. - H&rtforA K ' bottle when I began to feel better. 10th, Clerk's olllce on September He called tho doctor. 18'IC In lnril linnlr 17. nairo 75. and to bed. W Tho misery in my side got less... 1 tho above lot was transferred to J. M. treated me... but I got no better. I continued right on taking tho Cardui Whlto by deed Irom O. S. wnuo aim wlfo, J. J. WUIto, on tno 4tu uay oi cot worse and worse until the misery until I bad taken three bottles and I May, 1907, recorded in samo office did not need any moro ior I was well In deed book 29, pago G78. And all was unbearable... I was in bed for and never felt better ln my llfo... I of which proporty was convoyed to Ed Evans by J. N. Whito and wlfo, three months and suffored such agony have never had any trouble from that Dora White, by deed dated January that I was Just drawn up in a knot. ., I day to this." 27, 1910, and recorded In tho Ohio j Succeed when everything else falls, County Clerk's ofllco in deed book 39, I told my husband if he would get Do you suffer from headache, backj In ncrvcun prostration und female pago G78. try it. . . ache, pains In sides, or other discom'.vcalcncsse they are the supreme me a bottle of Cardui I would Purcliasor will ho required to remedy, ct thousands have testified. bond with upproved security ImI commenced taking It, however, that forts, each month? Or do you feel mediately ufter sale. FOR KIDNGY.LSVERAMD faEged-outIf bo, Given under my hand this tho lCth evening I called my family about weal:, nervous and STOMACH TROUBLE day of July, 1918. It '.3 the best medicine ever cold mo... for I knew I could not last glvo Cardui, tho woman's tonic, a OTTO C. MARTIN, over o cVucgls 'a counter. J, 71 many dayo unless I bad a change for trlaL Master Commissioner. 3t3 r77Ti'T.nri rfnir.7'7tfT--"-- r, I M. L. Heavrln, Attornoy. nine-tenth- "Thor stood nt the midnight end of Thnt It Is the intention of Germnny the world nnd threw his henvy bnttle-nx- to hold Belgium, thus gaining posses'So fnr as my hammer goes whiz sion of the channel ports and robbing zing through the air the lnud and England of Its control of that portion the sen be mine.' And the hummer of tho sen which lies between her nnd Hew from his linnd, flow over the whole the continent, Is no longer left In earth ; It fell nt the furthest end of the doubt. Bnron von Hissing, the first South, bo that nil should become his Germnn governor of conquered Belown. Since then 'tis the Joyous Our-ma- n gium, who stood high In the fnvor of right with the hammer to win the knlser,. nnd presumably expressed his royal master's Ideas, wrote, In his land. We nre of the race of the and mean to Inherit his world "Testament," shortly before ho died, as follows: empire." So wrote Felix Dnhn, famous Ger "Anyone who knows ns I do now how man poet. So spoke the knlser nnd Important Belgium is to Germnny pohis ministers. So tnught the German litically, economically nnd strategicalprofessors nnd economists, nnd so be- ly, would see how grievous n mlstnko lieved the great mass of the Germnn we should make were we to conclude pcoplo as they started gayly on tho n penco which does not leave us musworld war, suro ln their own minds of ters of Belgium; for, whntever hapeasy conquest, nrrogant In their be pens, Belgium ennnot be allowed to relief of mentnl nnd mllltnry superiority, main under Franco-Britisinfluence, nnd confident of the protection of the but, on die contrary, must bo used to "German God," not the beneveolent enhance our power.' Deity of other lands, but the Thor of Holland Fears an Attack. the barbarian tribes who overran EuIlollnnd remains a neutral nation. rope nearly two thousand years ngo. Germnny tins fieclnred no war on her, Prussians Long Land Grabbers. hut the troops of Ilollnnd nre mobiExpansion has been tho sole nlm of lized on the border, nnd engineers the Prussian rulers since the days of stand ready to cut the dikes and flood Frederick the Grent. Expansion, to n the country, because Holland knows, ns Prussian, menus not peaceful settle- does the world, thnt Germnny plans, ment of uncivilized lands, but forceful ns soon ns she finds It expedient, to spoliation of one's neighbors; not col- tnko Ilollnnd. The mouths of the onization but conquest. Prussln, by Rhino empty Into the sen through Holconquest, expanded from a little In land. Becnuso the Rhine carries Gerland state to the great German em- man trade, Germany holds that thn pire of todny. The Prussian dream actual ownership of the entlro river now is expansion until the world Is from Its source to the sea Is essential mastered as Rome mastered It; expan- to Germany. "Die Wncht nm Rhine," sion until there Is no room on the obsolete as It N on the upper reaches globe for any trade but German trade. of tho river, still means something In One of the most popular hooks In the North, and Germany hns set her Germany during the years Immediate- heart on controlling the rler from the ly preceding the war was "Greater Alps to the sea, of fortifying Its e In tho Year mouths, nnd making It In reality as ln Germany nnd 1930." It tells how Germany mujt song the "Germnn Rhine." dominate Europe, take what It wants Real Policy of Conquest. from those who now have It, nnd reAre German plans ns thus exposed, duce the population of conquered lnnds but the empty vnporlngs of Irresponto "orvltude. Here is a typical sible braggarts? Ask the deported-workuie- n .. of Belgium, who have been "The Germans, being nlone entitled sent away to make room for the setto exercise political rights, to serve In tlement of Germans on the frontier? the nnny nnd navy, and to acquire Ask the Inhabitants of Posen, wlio landed property, will recover tho feel- have suffered under German persecuing they had In the middle ages of be- tion for generations. Ask those sturdy ing n people of masters. They will rrenchincn who still remain ln Alsace gladly tolerate the foreigners living In spite of the German efforts to drive iimnngtt them, to whom Inferior man- them out. Ask the survivors of two ual services would be entrusted." years of German occupation of Poland Others to Sveep Streets. whether or not deliberate starvation Presumably they would nllow the mid deportatjon do not mean that their Erendi, the Belgians nnd the Italians', land must not bo cumbered with nawho Jow are opposing them so tive inhabitants hut must be given up to sweep the streets nnd dig for German occupation. Ask the Arthe seucrs. ijCZ-vU- -. !??''"- menians, those few of them who reKhi'us Wagner, noted German writ- main, hiding from the bloody Turks oflleered by Germans. er, hi ills "Krleg," says : Every nation which hns felt the "South America must nlso and may easily become a home for new free weight of Prussian power will anTeutonic races. Resettlement of the swer ln the same way. Their only teirltory by people of Teutonic stock; answer Is that "Deutschland ueber Inhabi- Alios" means exactly "Germany nbovc removal of the tants to reservations or, best of all, nil" means domination, persecution to Africa. Retention of Teutonold-Latin- s nnd crippling when extermination Is In South America in so far as Impossible. they are physically, mentally nnd morThat Is why Amerlcn Is In the war. ally sound, nnd are passed by a com- Sho sees Germany's plnns to extend mission of anthropologists, physicians, her power until no one can resist It. Protected, perhaps, for the time being, artists and teachers." Imnglne such n spectacled German by her Isolntlon nnd her' latent power, commission passing ou your fitness to from the Immediate thrent of German live in these United States; picture, conquest, America cannot sit Idly by s of the world overIf you can, how jou would pass your nnd seo examination! And If the Germnn ar- run by Prussianlsm, knowing, as sho tist happened not to like the color of now knows, thnt her turn may como your eyes or the shade of your hair, later. America must fight, nnd must to Africa you would go. If the Ger- fight to the finish, which means the man teacher thought you failed to ar- downfall of Prussian autocracy nnd ticulate jour gutturals properly, It the quenching forever of tho Prussian lust for conquest. . . ,. , would mean deportation. -- Trfsa-f-. Hani-mor-Go- d h Mid-Europ- R. W. Slack, Owcnsboro. C. B. Smith, HartCom'tli. Attorney ford. Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. Master Commissioner Otto C. Martin, Hnrtfonl. Trustee Jury Fund Cal P. Koown, Judge ROCKPORT. Jniiics Wllsoni Clerk Rushing Hunt. Police Judge John T. Jackson. Marshnl Wlll.Langford. Ch'm'n. Board rfci Ch'm'n. Bonrd BEAVER DAM. W. T. McKennoy. W. lCIng. Hartford. 1st Monday in March 12 days Com'th. and Civil. 1st Momlny in May 12 dayi Civil. 1st Monday in July 12 days Com'th. and Civil. 12 days 3d Monday ln September Civil. 4th Monday In November 12 days Com'th. nnd Civil. COUNTY Pollco Judgo J. W. Coopor. Marshnl R. K. Slovens. FORDSVILLE. Ch'm'n. Board W. 11. Jonci. Clerk Olln Cobb. Pollco Judge C. P. Kesslnger. Marshal Grant Pollard. OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR. County Bonrd of Education. ClcrkR. - quo-fatio- n: E. S. Howard, S. S. O. C. Dlv. No. 1 J. M. Hoovor, Hartford, Ky. Meets first Monday ln each month. Dlv. No. W. Duff', Fordsvillo,. Judge Mack fCook. Ky. Dlv. No. 3 II. L. Carter, Narrows, County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. Ky. C. Blankenshlp. Clerk Dlv. No 4 Robert Goff, RosInor Sheriff S. A. Bratcher. Ky. Superintendent E. S. Howard. Dlv. No. E Otis H. Stevens, BeavJailer Worth Tlchenor. er Dam, Ky. D. E. Ward. Tnv Commissioner Dlv. No. C Nat Llndloy, Center-tow- n, C. S. Moxley. Surveyor Ky. Rlloy. Coroner Dr. A. B. Tlmo of Meeting- - 1st Monday la FISCAL COURT. February; 1st Monday In April; 1st Meets Tuesday after flnt Monday Mondny In Juno; 1st Momlny ln August; 1st Monday In October; 1st in January, April and Octobor. 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, Mondny ln December. County Bonrd of Examiners E. S. Routo 3. Sam L. Stevens, Beav- Howard, Mrs. I. S. Mason, Mrs. O. W. Slid District er Dam. Duff. Q. B. Brown, Simmons. Jlrtl District Jan. 2G and 2C Common Schooli Ith Dlstilct G. W. Rowe, Center-tow- n. Diploma Examination. May 10 and 11 Common School nth District W. C. Daugberty.BaUe-tow- Diploma Examination. May 17 and IS County Teachers' (Ith District W. S. Dean, Dundee. Examination (white). May 24 and 25 County Teachers' 7th District B. F. Rice, Fordsvillo. B. C. Rhondes, Hart- Examination (colored). Stli District ford, Routo C. Juno 22 nnd 23 County nnd Examination (white). HARTFORD. Juno 28 nnd 29 County and State Mayor J. E. Bean. Teachers' Examination (colored). Sopt. 20 and 21 County and Clerk J. A. Howard. Police Judge C. M. Crowe. Examination (whlto). Sept. 27 and 2S County and Stnto Marshnl E. P. Casebier. COURT. 20. n. Stnto-Teacher- Stato-Teachcr- s' We Knock the Spots Out of Things Ladies' and Men's Garments French Dry Cleaned and Freisvd la Snpericr Manner. Send ns your Garments Them Package and I mi A quick relief for WILL YOU TAKE OUR GERMINAL REMEDY A Traalrcenl WEAK- - t vull-fintl- r Kar QCIHKnIK sy for LUNGS or CONSUMPTION CLEANED CLUAN called for and uellver4. THE ELTE PRESSING CLUB A. Iva Nail, Prop. HARTFORD. KENTUCKY. coucbi, palm In chril. nlslit wcaU. hemor thacei, weak lunr or conuimptlon. If il do . not belp you il coili you nolhlog. OHIO MEDICAL CO, FOR ONEHred.MONTH run down fetllnc. llil ll,t'Z ciin tako It at cnlleoe or hu H traininc tout Lusine If J0" take tha Dranffliou Training, the You Writo to-d- av Secured or Your Money Back OS IT! ON GOOD LEXINGTON, H. BDSIHESS OIBHIT DR. J. H.THORPE Uc ui SMctMr to W3Wr R. 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If you Tha New Home Sewing Machine Co., Orange, Ma& Electric fJEvery Woman VantfT itlr's 1 ox-cu- to ? J vss FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE Dissolved in water for douches stopr pelvic catarrh, ulceration end inflammation.- Recommended Ly Lydla E. F'inkljam Med. Co. for ten years. A healing wonder for nasal catarrh, soro throat and tore eyes. Econoir.IcaL M .xti.ordia.ry rlr.onff sruj 8crmiiiJ.I rpwrr. unigcnu. or laiu wK..iwrf. jin ou Cuioputy. Usion. M.u. Th. rilonToll.i . ine " HAS ALL SEASONS REMINDS SOLDIERS OF HOME RISKED HIS LIFE FOR ENEMY V1.1KH SIMPIjY HATR IHiUK; KI.OWEIIS TOO m Small Goddess of Liberty In Paris At- tracks Americans to Bridge Where Glorious Deed of English Officer Surely V Umbrella "Lent" Seems to Be Kept at Any Time. Some She Stands. little old bridge In Paris, In nn pnrt of the city, that Is being trod by many Ynnkee feet these days. s The Kirfcl tower Is nhout of n tnlli) nway, and the between the tower and the little bridge Is about ns unattractive as yon could nnd In Talis. Nor does the bridge called the pout de lead you across the Seine to nny sightseeing place. Itut that bridge' supports In Its center a stntUM of the fJoddess of Liberty, the same glorious lady who holds nloft her Maine of righteousness In N,.w Vorlt linrhnr. A great many Americans have learned on this bridge that the Goddess of Liberty was a gift from Prance to America. The description nn the pedestal records this fact, nnd there follows In Trench nn e.crpt from the letter of ncoeptanco of Vice President n three-fourthills-tane Constituted the Highest Type of Bravery. Valor nnd glory Rhino brightest when we behold them In sacrifices such ns that of Gen. John (lough, V. C, who went from his place of safety far down the line to take comforts to his old regiment, and was killed while on Ids mission of mercy. If where n high officer sacrifices himself for his men Is glorious, what shall we say of the deed of n Ilrltlsh ofllcer who offered himself to save his During nn nttempted daylight foe? raid on the pnrt of the Germans, they were held up by n withering ninehlnn gun fire nnd retired with great loss to their own trenches. One poor llun, who was terribly wounded, was Im paled upon his own wire, mid he hung there wrlthlug In agony In the eyes of both armies. Dually the sight of Ills suffering nnd his cries for help were too much for tin ICnglWh ofllcer In the trenches opposite. Vaulting over the parapet, he walked boldly ncross No Man's Land In the direct face of the foe. nnd lifting his wounded enemy from the Impaling wire, he carried him ncross the llun parapet and down Into his own trenches. When he nrrlved there n Germnn ofllcer took nn Iron cross which he wore off Ids own brenst mid plnced It on the brenst of the brave Itrltlsh ofllcer. The firing on both sides censed while he returned to his own trenches. And looking on, both friend and foe alike knew that they had beheld the highest form of glory. Cnpt. Arthur Hunt Chute In Leslie's. SMALL SPOONS Hotel Man's In There Is Other Points, Good and Bad, Concerning One's Protector From the Sudden Shower or the Less Annoying Steady Rain. Umbrella Is n common noun, sIiirii-Incot-In- r n 1 nmnliur, neuter Rentier, Milt or cn ns tliu cni limy lie. It In wise to linvo yours In tho "pojwsslvo" cno nlso, If It Is n Rood iiinlirelln. The word iniilirollu li derived from the Latin "iitnhrn," nirnnliij; n Minde or Muiilow. Tills does not menu tluit It In exclusively n Mmdc from the weather, but nitlier tlint yon linve not n Mindow of n chnnco to set It Imclt should you lenvo the tinihrelhi behind you e. Dies disllko blue, and will avoid a room decorated In that color, according to S. Dana Hubbard, tho newly appointed director of tho bureau of 1)11 III le hnnlth pdnrntlnn. , uiin Irwlnv .. . , . Inuugurnted " day In New York by publishing some now rules for getting rid of tho pests. It .litis been learned from tests that flics will not go through slats of n blue shutter, Mr. Hubbard declared. Other ndvlce to fly swatters follows: Files linte oil of lavender. It this Is mixed with nn equal quantity of wnter nnd. sprayed from nn atomizer nhniit a dining rooni, the room will he froo from files. "Flos linto the perfume of geraniums, mignonette, helltrope, white lover, honeysuckle and hop blossoms of these upon n tnblo will keep tho flies at a distance." "awnt-tho-fly- - Net Contents 15 TIuid Drachm GASTORIA For Infants find Children. ' ' " v : i ii rnllnl n PF.n tiCNT. ' AVcCetoKcrrcparaticnrorAs sJHu!nliniJlhcrooiyIfcCta; - Mothers Know That Genuine Castona y:VN ff Always Bears tlio y (V' ll 7!ierclyPromoiin$Di$ttHon Cheerfulness and RcslCoataifo Signature of neither Ufitam,iori"-- " Mineral. Not Nawcotic m jfSmesaaaaim sUxSrnM Jlcrhclii SiUl Never lenvc nn timlirclln hohlnd you, anyhow. Always Itecp It In front or lieslile you, where you enn fee It. Umbrellas were known to the early Saxons nnd to tunny of the Into ones coming homo from the lodjjo on wet jiIrIiK Thoy Joyfully seized nny "camps" they found lying nround loose In the hall fstnnil. In Queen Anne's reign uinhrellns were ns&lpicd exclusively to llio use of women, hut In nil siilmoqupiit rains men hnve liecn nlns them. too. New silk tmihrellns nro particularly popular with humanity especially on wet days. The most conscientious nnd wrupnlous of men have heen known to mistake nice, new umbrellas for their own faded and decrepit ones. Sometimes. In Ihelr temporary "fits of nhstraetlon," they don't oven leave n substitute. Some umbrellas nro waterproof nnd others not quite (o. The rain runs off the better hind nnd through the chenper sort. Nothing can he more depressing than to Join a parade of umbrella holders 1n n henvy shower. holng to he Immune from the rain, and get deluged aIUi umbrella Juice Instead. Old nnd worn uinhrellns may sometimes he enMly recovered, but If you mislay n good silk umbrella It Is very rdinicult to recover It. Some philosopher has observed that the umbrella lins religious tendencies, because It "'keeps Lent" so easily. There nro many ways of carrying the nmhrelln, hnt the most popular way because the most senseless Is to carry it under the arm horizontal ly. When you do this In n crowd wmn nre almost sure to notice It and tell you about It. They spenk feelingly, too, If they liappen to get the end of your umbrella In the stomach or hock, forgetting how much more serious It might be If they got It In the eye. Uinhrellns that open automatically .nnd wit limit warning should be prohibited. Sometime they develop most surprising vltnlltynt unexpected times nnd In Inconvenient places. This Is caused by n hidden spring In the handle. They nre useful novelties for the first week or so. but the novelty soon wears off and so does the spring. Then Hie umhrelhi becomes and Aggressive, springing open Impulsively, to the consternation nnd humiliation of the owner. American Soldiers In Brittany. I hnve been told tlint In certain western districts American troops nre lillleted nmong the Inhabitants, nnd I 1tnow that In their honor, municipalities have ordered the vnst heaps of manure that In most Ilrlttnny villages line one side of the road removed to the fields no small task, when It Is remembered that only women, children nnd old men are left to take care of the fnrm. IMans are being developed to Improve these farm houses, many of which were built 200 or UOO years ago. The Influx of Americans will thus servo to ameliorate the rtinttiiry conditions In ttheso districts, the people of which .are rather conservative, hut beloved by till France because they give us our licst soldiers. Itretons nnd Vendeans nro famous for their stubborn courage. To the former was In great measure duo the credit for the first victory on the Yser, w'on at terrible scmitlces. ) Morton. The figure Is only nhout l.r feet tall, hut the disparity In size as compared with the original permitted one Imaginative Vault to close his eyes half shut today and declnre Hint the effect was of steaming Into New York harbor with the gigantic goddess looming up In the illstnnce. And while he was looking up, enjoying this odd effect, several large gulps could be distinguished as they passed down his ' throat. MELTING POT FAILS TO MELT Trouble Is, According to Writer, That the Stoking of the Fires Is Neglected. This melting pot of ours has been asked to melt up more different kinds of stuff than the department of mineralogy ever heard of. It's got more things in it than a New Knglmul boiled dinner, or a rummage sale, Porter u Itrowae writes In McClure's. And to have gotten all these Ingredl cuts properly melted would have meant that every second man wns n stoker and every first a coal miner. Itut Instead of that, every second man has been n motorcar manufactur er and every first an open market. And tho result has been that so fat from melting these different Ingredients, we haven't done anything with lliem nt nil. They have Just been dumped In and lain there, here a pile of Armenians, there a hunch of Germans, over yonder u pile of Jews, and beyond that a chunk of Chinese. And New York, which lias heen our biggest receiving station, lias come to take on , the appearance of one of those dishes of hois d'oeuvres that you strike In Italian restaurants sardines In one compartment, olives In another, sail-Km-erso1 When you yawn a good deal In tho daytime, feel dull, nchey nnd want to stretch frequently It Is an unmistakable symptom of malaria, nnd unless you do something at once you arc hooked for n spell of chills. Ilerblno Is a chill medicine that will prevent or euro tho disease. It drives out the Impurities on which the malarial germ thrives, strengthens the liver nnd cleanses the how-el- s. Price GOc. Sold by Ohio County Orug Company. m MASTKIl m& ' 1! jypptmir.1 Jjthtlrrd J!lUrtm:'tSU Horn w nanMumj- In i , AliclpfulRcmcdyfor Conslipatlonand Diarrhoea. ond FBwrlshncssmMl TyH. -p K"e5 loss OF Sleep :..Aii,.wrrnm-in!r.faMy"11--- fr m t Use For Over . 1 rrllt1'"1, rac Simile SinatcrepC .a... TCt!' G&0tetv'. TireCcsxAunCoMP-onri AS REMINDER Re- COMMISSIONERS SALE. i?:z : ;"3l . Thirty Years ' NEVTYOK! sults Idea Brought Good the Decreased Consumption of Sugar. At breakfast In n small hotel a. traveling man noticed tlint tire guests In the dining room were nvernglng nhout two spoonfuls of sugar to the cup of coffee, though thu sugar was low In the bowl. In the dining room of the rnllrond station where ho got his lunch, the sugar howl wns empty. Nobody wns Mine. Leonlo Herunrillnl-SJoested- t In Cartoons. A Suitable Name. Two farmer's wives were discussing the worries of trying to inako room In the house for the hired hand, and one of them said: "I don't mind cooking the meals. If there was only some place for hint to stay nights and rainy days. I've planned a building with a Kitting room itnd bedroom, hut I wouldn't know what to call It, for you couldn't call It tho barracks." Then tho other woman said: "Well, If I could put up tho building I wouldn't worry over u inline, I'd call It 'The Hand-out.- " rr Really an Old Scheme. When Music, heavenly maid, was young In theso United States sho was onto tho Hoover scheme, all right, as fidwitness the title of theso dling tunes: "Sliortenln' Ilread," "ltuiso Ills Tutors In tho Sandy Land," "Negro In tho Woodpile," "Simmon Tree," "Hani nnd Gravy," nnd "Cotton-'Eye- d Joe." Seattle old-tim- e t -- .. i i . ' In Book Form. "I'm surprised to seo n poet's lovo letters sell ns well as they do." "Well, you must remember eome peoplo have never hud any of their own." Loulsvlllo Courler-Jour-aa- l. that grumbling about the senrcity of sugnr or anything else, because the country was nt war. Iiut n man wearing spec-tncldid lift u big spoon out of tho how! where the sugar would have been. "Wonder why It Is custnmnry for us Americans to shovel sugar Instead of dipping It?" he asked u friend. That night, nt n hotel in the city, the drummer had dipped about four r coffee times with the spoon he found in the sugar before he got half ns much sugar as he usually took, lie looked nt the negro wnlter opposite and smiled. "Yes, sub, mister." that black dignitary grinned, "that's whut we calls 111 a win ii, iiiiriiiiYifs fHKi ill a Miiirui, and so on, all separate, distinctive and the little 'war spoon.' The boss, lie says It helps peoplo to remember; nnd Individual. And ns the United States comprises I hey don't use much more'n half as much sugar slace he put It In the 13 states, so does each of our states comprise IS or more cities, and each sugar dish." Eugene lllake In The Vigilantes. of our cities AS dlffereat colonies of nnd often unmlxable mutualiCurious Food Supplies.' ties. Heeding the Puget sound cnll for food from the deep, a whole regiment Dog Hair Wool Substitute. The" keeping of dogs may be regard- of pntriotlc seals offered themselves ed as a patriotic duty Instead of a for slaughter In the Sen Island, Berwasteful luxury, If the dug ho of the ing sea. and n large supply of their meat was brought down In January species. It has been demonstrated that nn by the United States steamship Roose-velfor scientific 'test of Its food s exceptionally wool can lie spun from the hair of nil breeds of value, Phil Norton writes In Leslie's. dogs. Samples from Ofllcers of the bureau of fisheries nnd Chows, Pekingese, poodles, Mergers new dish connoisseurs nt Seattle samd'Alsace and sheep dogs have been pled the seal roast at sundry feasts. submitted to wool experts, who are It gave them n grand and glorious feeling, they said. It makes the stomemphatic In their commendation. To popularize the discovery nnd ach feel slick and efllclent. It Is betturn It fo good nccount the Itrltlsh ter than the meat of the burly whale. Pegs' Wool association has been It Is dark red In color, rich and Juicy, formed with the countess of Gosford stripped of blubber, ns good ns fine as president and Lady Algernon Gor- beef. In fact. The north Pacific Is full Only males don Lennox ns chairman. The dogs' of tliqm. wool, so far ns the association can nre slaughtered. Little pieces of pork control it, will be turned over to the are cooked with the seal roast, to give It flavor. IJiilisli Ited Cross. The wnlrus, adorned with valuable Meauwlilleioi't-halredogs are Ivory tucks, alo is being mobilized. HVftn peril of destruction unless It can lie proven that they, too, One of these fat nnd bulky creatures may he utilized to help win the war, would feed a whole troop of Sammies. otherwise than as camouflaged sausage "Not so." say Paget sounders; "we'll eat the walrus and send our beef meat. across." Yours Is Coming, William! Waited Long for Order. Pad as tilings are. It Is Impossible The Gorinun soldier does exactly not to smile nt William Hohenzollern. what he Is fold, and no more. Of the Itiisslan peace ho said : A rewas 'The complete victory tills me with cruits,Gerinan ofllcer given drilling orand had just them the gratitude. It penults us to live ngain unit (t tlmcn L'riMif nimni'titic tn vi'lilnli der: "Quick march!" when ho nowe can reverently admire God's hand ticed his sweetheart coming ncross the barrack square. In history." Forgetting nil about the recruits, he Pld a more sanctimonious scoundrel entered Into conversation with the girl ever cut n Ihront? nnd went nwny with her. Ah, William I You rest nn tho knees Six mouths Inter of the gods, nnd far from safety. Any was walking down the same ofllcer the main street of moment, over you may go, face down, the same town when he saw some tatmid our turn will come to admire God's tered and tired soldiers approaching blind In history, applied villi emhim. One of the soldiers, recognizing phasis where It will do most good. the ofllcer, went up to him and, salut,Llfe. ing, said: "Please, sir, what about n halt?" Hard for the Stork. Ono Sunday afternoon when Jones, Effect of War on Birth Rate. who had heen visiting the zoo, ciiiue In his recent presidential address to home, ho announced to thu family: "They've got a new huby hlppotu-inns.- " the Itoynl Statistical society Sir Mallet declared the United Kingdom bus lost by the full In births durfifWhereupon his daughter, about teen, hurst Into a lit of uncontrollable ing the wur more, than 500,000 potenlaughter. When she had subsided tial lives. Pining the same period he estimates that Germnny has lost somewhat the father growled: nnd Hungary 1,(500,000. Tho you laughing at?" "What nro greater decline In the birth rate In the "I was Just thinking," giggled the girl, "that that rather kills the stork central empires Is ascribed to the fact that the poerer classes In those counstory." Harper's Magazine. tries have, suffered greatly In health nnd vigor ou nccount of tho war, while Trouble Enough. corresponding classes In Great Illhb Ho deserves n flogging for the IJrltuIn have actually enjoyed more fanot paying mo that old debt. vorable conditions than In time of Hubb Oil, he's alwnya strapped peace. Scientific American. poor fellow ! Town Tonics. after-dinnelong-hairet, high-claslong-haire- d three-year-old d Her-nnr- il Ohio Circuit Court. Alice Woodburn, ct al., Plaintiffs. Vs. Notice of sale. Ocfendants. Arthur Her, et al., Uy virtue of a judgment and order of salo of tho Ohio Circuit Court rendered nt Its July term, 191S, in the above styled action, for tho pur-pos- o of a salo and distribution of the proceeds among tho Joint owners or tho land herein described, I will offer for salo at Public outcry to tho high est and best bidder at the court house door in Hartford, ICy., on "Monday, August 5, 1918, on credit of six and twelve months, at about the hour of one o'clock P. M., tho following dest: cribed property, Certain tracts of land situated in Ohio County, Ky., and bounded as follows: Tract No 1 Beginning at an ash, south corner of school lot, in Z. Har- rel's lino; thence S. 47 E. 12 poles to a stake near a black gum and maple, Z. Harrel's and Coal company's corpoles to ner; thence N. 32iE. 40 a stone near a red oak, J. T. Carter's corner; thence N. 47 W. 44 poles and 17 links to a stake, being Carter's W. 23 poles to corner, thence S. 43 a stake In corner of school lot; thence with lino of school lot. S. 45 E. 39 poles and 12 links to tho beginning. Containing 7.95 acres. Tract No. 2 Beginning at a corner near school house at S. W. Corner of tract; thQiice N. 83 E. 34 poles and 13 links to a corner near well; thence E. 13 poles and 6 links to N. 61 tho corner near school building; thence N. 46 W. 50 poles and 13 links to corner In lane to "Hatl"; hence S. 52 W. 23 poles and 5 links to corner In said lane; thence S. 14 E. 7 poles and 4 links to the Mandy E. 4 Martin lino; thence N. 80 poles and 3 links to Mandy Martin's corner; thence S. 9 E. 24 poles and containing 20 links to beginning, S acres, moro or less. Tract No. 3 A part of lot No 35 In the town of Rockport as shown on tho map of said town and fronting on Bluff Street, a distance of 80 feet and running back parallel with Pine Street, a distance of 156 feet to an ally, together with the house and Improvements thereon. Tract No. 4 Lots Nos. 42 and 43 In said town as shown by the map of said town, fronting on Pino Street, a dlstanco of 156 feet and running parallel wth Bluff Street, a distance of 128 feet to an alloy. All tho coal underlying tracts Nos. 3 and 4 has heretofore been sold and convoyed to tho Rockport Coal Company. Tho purchaser will ho required to execute bond Immediately after 3alo A Hen will with approved security. nlso bo retained on said land as additional security. Given under my baud this the 16th day of July, 191S. OTTO C. MARTIN, Master Comlsslonor. John B. Wilson, Attorney. to-wi- IflV 1 IIBJIII Exact Copy of Wrapper. THE CENTAUR COMPANY. Tosasa 'fiw i uii in NIW VOBK CITY, &$TO$SSS$9SS PHOENIX SILK HOSE ALL COLORS $1.50 to $2.00. Hvib Clothing Co. HARTFORD, KY. ssssssssreresssssssspss( Starck Pianos No Money inAdvnnoe W 9, A. ETARCK tion Guar LoweutNet Satisfac- 0 M JJJRKSniixJlAyYHJcS. jiff Prioos Ea0 Tonus Fact oy Suviug of 10O to nteod nH i.it A rwss2SEEiS:M1lt4Mi S20OFnc 'RMIOCNT From (ory Direct CASTOR l A For Infants and Children In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears the Signature of i Wo will ship you a beautiful Starck Piano (or 30 days' free trial, In your home. No cash payment required. All we ask Is that you will play upon, use nut and test this piano (or 30 days. If, at tho end of that time, you do you find It the have ever highest grade, sweetest tonf J and finest piano In every way, that money, you aro at perfec liberty to send lfback, and we will, In that seen (or tho event, nay the (releht both ways. X V Starck Piano must make eood with you. or tncre is no saie, We ship direct to you from our factory, ct prices that uve you upwards of $150.00 In Cbe cost of your piano. We guarantee to furnish you s better plana for the money than you can You are assured of receiving secure eisevrhere. a satisfactory sweet tontj durable high grade 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL U? te&fc Sava $150.00 or Mora Easy Payments MASTKK COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Ohio Circuit Court. Plulutlffs. Wayno Splnks, et al., Vs. Notlco of salo. Defendants. Margaret Gray, et al By vlrtuo of a Judgmont and order of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court rendorod at Its May, 1918 term, for tho purposo of salo and distribution of tho proceeds among the parties entitled thoreto, I will offer for salo nt Public outcry to tho highest and best bidder at tho court house door In Hartford, Ky., on Monday, August 5, 1918, at about tho hour of ono o'clock P. M., on a credit of six and twelve months, tho following describt: ed property, A certain tract of land In Ohio County, Kentucky, bounded as follows: Beginning at a black gum, cornor to tract of land conveyed to Mingo Hall, four hickories, two dogwoods and black oak; thenco N. 20 E. 105 poles to two black oaks, two white oaks and chestnut, unother of said Hall's corners; thenco N. 77 E. 140 poles to three small red oaks, two gums and u white oak; thenco S. 20 to-wi- piano. Too pay no cash down, but after 30 days of trial, jou can begin payment on the lowest, easiett terms ever tuggeeted by a piano manufacturer. These tenns are arranged to suit your convenience, and it is possible for you to )uy a piano for your home, without mlsslttg the mon;7. , Starck IK.Yaav Oiirnnlat Every Btarck Piano H guaranteed for 25 years. This guarantee his back of it our 35 yean of plana experience, and the reputation rf an responsible piano bouse. 2nd -- Hand Bargain slightly t large number of pianos ofused all and second-hani- ! standard makes uken in exchange for new Btarck Pianos The follow. and i'layer-flanoIng are a few sample bargains i We PlayooMiMt riayer-Mano- a line constantly on band the beat and most beauti- art 50 Frae Musio Lessons To etcry purchaser of Btsrck Pianos, wc give free music lessons, in one of the best known schools in, Chicago. These lessons you csn take in your own home, by mall. Tbla represent! one year's tree Instruction. Weber Steinway Chickerlng Kimball Starck second-ban- $110.00 92.00 90.00 95.00 195.00 bargain list. ful PUrer Pisuoa on the Tou win De market. lighted with the miny exclusive features of these wonderful Instruments, and will be pleased with the very low prices at wblcn they can be secured. 0 Send today for our new beautifully illustrated plans book which gives you a Urge amount of information regarding pianos. This book will Interest and please you. Write today, Piano look Fre. Send for our latest complete P. A. STARCK PIANO CO., 1343 Starck Bid,?.. CHICAGO W. 140 poles to a rock, marked II, bo retained on said land as additional near a blazed tree; thenco N. 85 E. to socurlty. Given undor my hand tbia tho 16th tho beginning. Said tract of land being supposed to' contain 75 acros. day of July, 1918. OTTO C. MARTIN, Purchaser will bo required to to bond immediately after sale A Ilea will wltli approved security. Woodward Master Commissioner. & Kirk, Attorney. j u- - t'ssr v 1918 REGISTRANTS GET CLASSIFICATION (Continued 1-- a; from Pago One.) 1, a; to send said child to school and said Olllo Potty, Olaton, It. court shall proceed Jo try said caso as T. IJurch (col), Itoynolds, Percy Dam, other criminal cases nro tried. Any Randell Mica Brown, Heaver person or porsona falling or refusAlonzo Burden, Hartford, Llvermore, ing to comply with all or any part Jesse Hudson, "William bo fined not less Hoy llutler, Unlzetown, a; of this section shall It. 2, Beaver than live dollars nor more than twenArchie Thomas Durgoss, Orha Isaac Fulton, ty dollars . Dam, It. 1, mc Freeman S. Parks, Beav Wysox, Ohio County Court Lcsllo W. Mur3, er Dam, It. Obcrt Chap- ,Mont Johnson, ct al., phy, Centertown, Vs. Order. Bryant SouthMcIIcnry, man, F. Motion to chango boundary of preJesso ard, Beaver Dam, It. 2, cinct. Park, Horse Branch, la; Nctter Come Mont Johnson, Arvln TlchShull, Gllstrap, Select, la; Euclid It. cnor and M. F. TIchouor and mqvo tho Paradise, la; Thomas Mattha Key, Equality, court that they bo transferred from John Rowo, Echols, Beda voting precinct to West Samuel Arnold Poole, Fordsvlllo tho McIIcnry Hartford voting precinct, which moWilliam Maddox, U. 1, tion being submitted to the court and AlPaul Espcy, lcllenry, being advised sustained Phlpps Iglehart, Ccntertown, the court bert It Is now ordered by tho Reginald B. Bell, Hartford, It. said motion, court that tho boundary of Beda votSldnoy B. Taylor, Hartford, 7,' ing precinct No. 3 be changed so as Cornelius Simpson, Reu-froR. 2, o exclude tho farms of Mont Johnson, Center-towLester Bishop, and M. F. Tlchcnor, S. Jackson, Rock-por- t, Arvin Tlchenor John Howard, which farms are now embraced In James Leslie precinct, and tho Oscar Porter, said Beda voting .Hartford, R. 7, voting precinct of West Hartford Is John Jesse Monroe, Echols, changed so as to include tho Franklin Prlco Alford, ordered McHenry, farms of Mont Johnson, Arvln TlchRoy Hess, White Run, enor and M. F. Tlchenor. Floyd Ashby, Ccntertown, Beaver Dam, Thomas Taylor, Robert B. Holland, Beaver Dam, R. BEADS ODDLY STRUNG. Bryan Chlnn, Prentiss, 2, (By I. D. Claire.) Edgar Ford, Horse Branch, Relief at last. Liquor Is off a Wm. J. Fuqua, Beaver Dam, dollar and a half on tho gallon. William II. Lake, Ccntertown, Evcrctte Whlttakcr, Hartford, R. fl, Tho unfortunate feller who has to Wm. E. Daugherty, White Run, Robert Webster, Hartford, R. work at night can tell when Jess Samuel Guy Plummer, Pren- puts In n fresh shoved of coal down 2, Willie B. Hellin, Center-tw- to the light plant. tiss, Wayne Taylor, Hartfnrd, The war Is done over for a lot of Albert Howard, Haitford, R. 1, the Crown Prlnco's pesky Huns Archie Johnson, Narrows, Ralph, Narrows, R. 2, .Minis It looks like It was a goln" to hap Charles E. Williams, Beaver Dam, Lennle Tlchcnor, Hart- pen at last. Arthur Kirk has been R. 3, Clldo Morris Renfrow, nskln' some women to save him some ford, Freddie McKlnley Brown, Fords-Till- garden seeds. Evcrctte Green, Wysox, What Is the use to go work In the Lenon Hancock, Centertown, vlnyard when you can't get no sugar Earl H. Harrison, Narrows, Wavy to make your wine. Noah Zackcry, Rpckport, Em-me- tt Cicero Baize, Renfrow, Fordsvllle, Tlnsley has ordered a thousand Stephens. WlHisj crab apple trees. He says It don't Clyde Boyd, Centertown, Fred take no sugar to make crab elder git Carson Lyons, Hartford, Chas. sharp. J. Ferguson, White Run, Pendleton Bell, Livia, It. 2, If Judge Cook's marrying business Estill Clay Drake, Cromwell, keeps on Increasln' he'll soon be W. B. Brown, Ccntertown, R. 1, Ho-ba- rt payln' the Income tax. c; Ray Hocker, McHenry, . James Wallace, Rosino, Some men love darkness rather Landon Calloway, Horse Branch, Harvey B. Taylor, Beaver Dam, than light because their deeds are Willie Strother Hoops, Beaver evil, and others because they want to Alfred C. Baughn, Fords- sleep. Dam, John Dee Griffin, vllle, R. 1, Floyd Smith, Vesuvius is keeping quiet Old (col), Prentiss, Lee Johnson, while all the rest of Europe Is in Barrett's Ferry, c, d; Estill eruption. Hartford, R. 5, Plummer, Beaver Dam, R. 1, Jesso Of all the neccessarics of life liquor Roy Elder, Centertown, Walter Grcep, Horse Branch, a, Is the only one that is glttln' cheaper. 5, b; Musker V. Wilson, Horse I camplained at paying more for Spurgeon Park, McBranch, Horse my butter, till the good woman exSidney Keith, Henry, Barrile Wilson, Horse plained that since the rains the grass Branch, Lincoln Sweat, (col), in her pasture had got higher. I Branch. Ernest Palmer Colo, want to bo reasonable. Prentiss, Lawson W. Sinnett, Olaton, BEAVER DAM. Adam Young, Fordsvllle, R. 2, Norval York, Rdsino, Olaton, Mr. and Mrs. I. Crowe and chil Thos. Balrd McCrocklln, BeavFred Hubert Burden, dren, of Graham, Ky., were the er Dam, Echols, Earl Ethbort Reslnger, guests of Mr. Crowe's sister, Mrs. I. Jesso Sutton Austin, S. Mason, last week. McHenry, Mrs. Leo Stevens and son, Master Otis D. Mosoley, col), Echols, Roy W. Cummlngs, Oscar Wright Stevens, have gone to Llvia, R. 2, Alva Cotton, Narrows, Detroit, Mich., to Join Mr. Stevens, Olaton, Vcrnlo H. Goff, Horse who has been employed there. R. 1, Mr. and Mrs. Bernlco Hockor and Clifford Bryan Mooro, Branch, s, children, of Owensboro, Ky., visit Geo. Wm. Roby, Hartford, ed relatives here tho first of tho R. 2, -. week. Mrs. Oscar Stevens and Mrs. Daisy ADMINISTRATOR'S XOTICK. Wright "are in Loulsvlllo visiting All persons holding claims against Mrs. A. V. Thompson. Mrs. A. D. Taylor, of Louisville, tho ostato of P. T. Richardson should file same with the undersigned prop- Ky., Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Emererly proven according to law, on or son Rogers. Maj. J. L. Lalllnger, of Camp before Saturday, August 17, 191S, Taylor, visited his wife Saturday also all persons Indebted to said should call and settlo same at and Sunday. Mr. Bradley Leach, U. S. N., is once. This tho 17th day qt July, 101S. homo on a furlough. Sergeant Harvey D. Plummer, of W. L. RICHARDSON, Camp Taylor, visited his parents, Admr., P. T. Richardson, deceased, Central City, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Plummer, Sat 4t3 urday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Plummer, of NEW COMMON SCHOOL LAW. Contertown, were tho guests of their Tho teachers and patrons of Ohio daughter, Mrs. Leo Brown, tho first county will bo interested In tho now of tho weok. Mr. Roscoo Leach was tho guest of law on compulsory school attendance It promises to solvo tho attendance his sister, Mrs. J. Westerfiold, Saturproblem and indirectly to stamp out day and Sunday. . Illiteracy In tho county. It provides at tho end of each STILL EXTRAORDINARY. that the teacher week shall report tho name and age "Smith was extraordinary attenof each and every child between tho ages of seven and fourteen years In- tive to tho lady ho took la to dinclusive, who falls to attend his or her ner." "That was his wife." school for a porlod of three days durtrus-te- o "I still maintain lite attention was ing tho weok, to tho American. or chairman of tho board of trus- extraordlnary'Baltimoro tees to Immedlutoly Investigate said caso or cabes and If It Is noglect or refusal on the parent, guardian or FOR FLETCHER'S other person having tho custody of iald child, tho tttuteo or chairman a; 3-- b; d; a; a: 1-- a; 1-- a; a; a; 4-- a; a; 1-- a; 1-- a; 1-- a; n; a; a; n, a; a; 1-- a; a; Ro-sln- e, a; a; 1-- a; 1-- a; 3-- b; a; 1-- a; 1-- a; 4-- a; a; a; 3-- a; 1-- a; n, 1-- a; a; a; a; a; a; 1-- a; 1-- a; e, 1-- a; a; 1-- a; a; 4-- a; a; a; a; 1-- a; 1-- a; a; a; a, a; a; 1-- a; n; a; a; a; a; 5-- a, a; a; a; ar a; a; a; a; a; a; a; a; a; a; a; a; a; b; Rey-uolda. -cs-ta- to -sub-distri- shall Immediately report said case to the nearest court having Jurisdiction of same and it shall bo tho duty of said court to Immediately Issuo hfa warrant agnlnst tho paront, guardian or other person falling and refusing STRAY STREAKS (By Fluko McFluko.) groator speed than eight tulles por hour when tho vehicles arc equipped with iron or stool tires or nt a greater speed than twolvo miles por hour when equipped with rubber tiros. Tho speed of automobiles Is fixed nt a maximum of twenty-fiv- o miles per hour. Plcaso be advised any person who violates the Act shall be fined not less thnn $15.00 nor mnro than $100 and It Is the duty of tho Courts and all Peaco Officers to seo that tho provisions of tho Act nro put In forco and effect nnd nil fines, If tho offenso Is committed In tho county, go to tho credit of tho road fund in the coun- ONn . MAN ir. oonnvrna norti TnAcroa j2fM-!rwi5.,-aiA.v -- "-igigggg s rrnjmri l John Henry says tho grass and weeds In his garden 'peered to bo well nigh petered out during tho long dry spell, but since tho copious rains Its darn near ns green as Bat Nail and 'twlxt nnklo and kneo high to most any man, excepting Alec Porter. nntl-shlppl- JUL! terEM Vp j& Slnco It has been learned that this and carry booze law has reduced tho price of tho stuff some 75 cents a quart thero nre a lot of d noso gent-- s In this burg ty. old Tho falluro of nny Peaco Officer suddenly find they have business who when properly Informed to do his of urgent Importance In soggy towns. duty constitutes a misdemeanor and less than $50 I saw a letter sticking out of tho ho shall bo fined not pocket of Editor nor moro than $100. All of which Inside breast of tho road Thomas's coaMho other evening and fines go to the credit on n news gathering fund in the county. John being out You will plenso bo advised that excursion I could not ask permission opeplstlo, so without trucks and pleasure automobiles to look at tho erating at a higher rnto of speed felonious Intont, Just lifted It out and damaging tho roads beyond estook a squint at same. It was from are timation nnd tho law should bo enChief of Police Petty, of Louisville, Ver ytruly, and tho chief expressed profound forced. R. WILEY, pity for John's surrounding circumCom'r. of Public Roads. says," I feel sorry stances. Yes ho for you Thomas, becauso I know you WITH THE DRILLERS. to be a man of 12 and 1 o'clock habits marooned In a 9 o'clock town." Oil development In Ohio county Petty, beyond doubt, knows John moves slowly. Tho Wnllaco well, Henry better than by heart. near Dundee, Is being driven slowly, nnd has reached a depth of about GOO Wo are beating both. Hoover and feet. Formations so tar encountered Garfield to a fuzzy frazzle at our nro very much like those met with In house We arc living on corn from the Hartford Held, and no direct our Wife's garden and use tho ac indications of results Is in sight. cumulation of cobs from one day to The Patterson well, at Olaton, cook more corn the next. where a smnll fiow of oil wns struck recently, Is hanging fire. In an efIf your telephone don't work this fort to enlarge tho diameter of tho morning blame Burleson, Blrkhead well to caso off the water, stone wns or some other of the postal authori- driven Into the hole, and In penetratties, or If you live out on route 1, ball ing tho large area the drill In some Ed Davidson out, guess he may as way got fouled and has not yet been well be blamed as anyone else. extricated. ox-re- Ml., ,!-- r XttollfinXW- - Electrically Governed 18 Horse Power with the New fUJVIVr:JSJML Kjffijf ovcrlicatt-valv- c The perfected engine of the new Tractor, Model D, develops on the belt, pulling a engrain separator or silage cutter, with a belt speed of between 2400 and 3000 feet a minute. Variations in load do not affect the engine speed of the in the slightest, due to an electrical governor that instantly regulates the throttle to compensate for the slightest change in pull. Electricity, the most sensitive, quickest acting force known to man. holds the engine of under control, the Molim-Univcrunder all and makes it run Mohnc-Uni-vcrsh h Molinc-Univcrsal iV WEkJE TJ&j&CTQ&t iggfffflffi7fl7? Lore and long stroke, and valves that combustion chamber. conditions. The pulley on the Tractor is located directly in front of the ensine, making it easy to change from one operation to another. RiiuniiiR a silo filler, corn shredder, feed grinder, wood saw, clover hullcr. hay press, water pump or electric lighting plant arc only a few of the many uses to which the can he put. Unusual economy is shown by the Tractor, because of Molmo-Umvcr-sMolinc-UnivcrMolinc-Univcrs- fish, but Roll Riley has passed tho poirU where even a weasley effort Is They say It takes a lazy man to conthe perfected ovcrhcad-valv- c struction. of the engine, with a small the measure half the diameter of deA specially signed intake manifold heats and dries the g.is to a perfect condition for burning. These feature! in combination extract every ounce of energy from the gasoline, producing power at remarkably low cost. The construction of the engine is such that it will stand up without faltering under the hardest test to which it can he subjected. Extra large hearings, lubrication under :i5 pounds pressure, alloy steels and careful machining jjivc it the stamina to tand up for loi'2 runs under full load. al The real superiority of the Tractor, however, lies in field work. Here it cnntlcs one man into perform every field operation, culcluding planting. liarvctiiR and tivating. Its universal adaptability practically docs away with horses and alio solves the farm help problem. It is easily the most useful and Rrcatcst labor saving device ever invented for the farm. Investigate ivhal this machine can do for you. Molinc-Univcrsal Molinc-Univcrs- DOUBLE FLIM FLAM Clever Trick by .Which Jeweler Recovered Money. himimu nr. """"" made at angling. ROILED DOWN. JV 'T,;D BRO. Children Cry CAST.ORIA Congressman McLemore, author of the famous peace resolution, ran Had Been Victimized In Really Neat third In his race for Manner, But All the Honors of War Were His When the The Ways and Means Committee Game Ended. ' has practically agreed upon a ten per cent tax on automobiles. This Is a story picked up In New York that has all the elements save All soldiers now In the United tho love of touch of n modern mysStates will be given an opportunity tery story. M. PnrrlMi Watson Is a to vote at the November election. wealthy collector of Chinese nrt. He sends emissaries nil over China digThe Unlted.States' loans to other ging up treasures. Onu of bis agents nations now exceeds six billion dol- has Just returned. In Peking he was in the rhop of n lars. American, pawnbroker. A . in, war bill Is now- - n polished man of the World, came he Great Britain's to secure a loan on a pearl which more than $34,000,000 a day. took out of a velvet bag. The broker applied the tests and was satisfied tho The war Is now costing tho Unit pearl was genuine. He advanced $10.-00ed States $2,000,000 an hour. Later In the day one of his experts rushed to him breathlessly with Government control of all tele the startling statement that tho pearl he hnd graph and telephone lines began yes was the most clever counterfeit nnother ever Keen. The broker made terday. examination and found he hnd been the victim of s film Ham nrtlst. t'OOLSI'RINCJS. y Several days nfterwnrd he cnlled Jeweler In Peking Into a conferRev. Moore filled his regular ap ence. He told them of his experience It's so easy and Inexpensive to restore old furniture; worn pointment here Sunday. and ho said he wns simply going to floors nnd woodwork to their former beauty and newness happened to take his loss, but he thought It wns Little George Cox on anything that necd9 Simply apply one coat of a painful accident by falling his duty to warn his fellow merchants. quite rcilnlshlnft and you'll be delighted with the lino results. off a horse and breaking his arm, He held up the pearl before them. "Here It Is," he said. "To show you comes In 20 Natural I Pee Gee Monday. Wood nnd Enamel Colors. White. Gold and I on tho sick what I think of It nnd that th Incident Miss Mary Kitchens is I Is closed. I nin going to destroy It." lie Silver, 15c up. Ask for Color-Car- d list this week. plneed the pearl on an Iron and with Miss Hazelrlgg. of Beaver Dam, n hammer smashed It to tiny fragPEASLEE-GAULBER- T CO., Inc, LOUISVILLE, KY. Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Willie Leo ments with one blow. Denver Dam, Ky. UKAVKK DAM TI.V CO.MPAXV, The next day all the Peking newsthis week. Hartford, Ky. .1AM1W II. WILLIAMS, Mr. and Mrs. Morte Tate and ton papers carried a story about the way nnd and Mrs, O. E. Scott went to Evan3-vlll- o tho merchant had been tricked gem. how ho hail destroyed the bogus Tuesday. " Several weeks went by and the InciMrs. Rosa Woodburn has been dent wns nlmnst forgotten. In, If It Is for his own uso, nnd tho GIOXKUAL ATTOHNKV visiting Mrs. G. W. Gordon, of Pron-tls- s, One morning the Amerlcnn who hnd OX LIQUOK LAW. ruling of tho court Is tho guide In for tho last weok. penrl entered the shop. A pawned the such nTnttors. Mr. nnd Mrs. Lon Brown and son clerk recognized him nnd went toward "Tho purposo of tho lnw Is to pro-veFrankfort, Ky., July 30. Exceptand daughter, of Evansvllle, aro the him. "I have come for my pearl," he dollvorles by common carrlors ing to druggists In local option terri- to bootleggers guests of Mr. Oliver Brown this weok. said. under tho gulso of was In a panic. lie tory whero druggists aro authorized The clerk Miss LllUan Raymer, of Hartford, medicines or sncramental wines, and visiting her brothor for begged the customer to wait n few to dlaponso liquor for medical pur- It Is vory who has been clear as to tho prohibition minutes nnd he rushed off to his emthe past few weeks, returned home ployer with the news. Tho broker came poses, liquor cannot bo shipped In- on carriers." Wednesday. out of his private office and met tho to local option territory by common Born to Mr. and Mrs. Otis Rock tho customer. TKKTII WAXTKD any uso. Druggists aro OLD VMJSK Otis Is all smiles. I1-- ' 28 a lino boy. "I huvo come for my penrl," repeat- carrieru for DOX'T MATTKIt ullowed to recelvo pure grain alcohol. Wo pay up to 15 dollars perDKOKK.V ed tho Amerlenn. set. Also From these authorized druggists, caBh for Old Gold, Silver and brokon "You have the money to redeem It?" SPEED OF AUTOMOBILES. of course, liquor can bo procured on Jewelry. Check sont by roturn mall. he wins asked. A, carrlor, Goods held 10 days for sender's apFor answer the imerlcan counted physicians proscriptions. Judge and County At- Tho County out the exnet amount nnd placed It on Othor than a common carrlor, may for proval of our offor. Mnzor's Tooth Specialty, Dopt. A, 2007 S. Cth St.. tonmy aro In receipt of tho following tho counter. The broker went to tho acc0niodatlon tako wines for sacra-saf- o Philadelphia, Ia. 43tl5 letter: brought back tho penrl that jmcntal ,)urn0ses and dollver It to a and Frankfort, Ky., July 2C, 1918. wns pawned. Ho hnd cleverly tricked ... 1pnp f church. 1IOLSII llVIKl ItlXJIMIO Dear Sir: Your uttentlon Is call- tho trickster. He knew there wns only TOTTK1UXU TO KALh These nro tho only gaps in tho 1918 ed to Chapter 22 of tho Acts of 1918. ono chance of getting his money back act, according to tho Inregulation and that was to miiko tho customer Tho Aet regulates tho Reports received In Stockholm aro put upon It by tho attor of weight of load that may bo car believe the penrl had been destroyed. terpretation said to Indicate that tho fall or tl'io Ho resorted to this ruse and did not ney genoral's olllco btrcets.hlghways, ried over public a substiFirst Assistant Attorney General liolhhovlkl Government boforo an bridges or culverts, and regulates dontroy Atho pawned penrl but walked surprised Amerlcnn that armed uprising of workmen nnd p'oas-nnt- s. I). C. Myatt, howevor said y and tute. the speed of automobllo trucks out of the place with his counterfeit ho doos not bellovo tho law must ba is approaching. Tho American automobiles and provides penalties Jewel gnat-hlnhis teeth Just like tho construed as prohibiting an Individ-- , and Allied uinbassles to Ilussla havo for violation. smooth villain In the melodrama of ual carrying liquor Into local option reached Knndalaska in Russian LapTho speed of automobllo trucks old. territory for hl3 own uso. If so, un- land, after having been ordored fro'ij carrying a weight in excels df four der tho plain ruling of tho court of Vologda by tho llolshovlkl Goveri XOTICK FOll DAItOLK tons, Including tho weight of tho veNotlco is hereby given that I will, appeals it would bo unconstitutional. mont, which wanted thorn to como to of fifhicle, is fixed at a maximum "Thpro can bo no mistaking tho Moscow and Is reported to have atteen miles per hour nnd such trucks apply August C, 1910, to tho stato weight in excess, of six board of prison commissioners, for lauguugo of tho court," ho said. "It tempted to hold them In Archangel. carrying a KenTho Ainorlcnn nnd Allied Consuls in tons, Including tho weight of tho parole from sorvlco In tho Kentucky has clearly held thus far that In tucky a man has tho right to carry It Moscow remained at their posts. EP RISSINCJEU. not bo operatedvat a state prison. vehicle shall E. P. BARNES 6 BEAVER DAM, KY. j sllk-hutte- d The Furniture looks like New and I did it all myself with ev-er- teNuUf - nt I nntl-shlppl- "!- -