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NEW D t troublcsomo m m nt ytocttfori UjnbikartL DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $ .50 per Year 1 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 16, 1918, community. Tho gen- No. 7 WESTERN SITUATION NOW WHOLLY CHANGED RA FTACT IS GIVEN "0, eral disturbance had thoro Sunday will, no doubt, result In tho pcaco K.M oinccrs making a mora strenuous effort to restrict tho (low of liquor into Hnytinn territory. MAI) DOG BITES CHIMHtK.V. CLOSE TO GOTHAM'S SHORES rVHERE the teachers ARE-NO- W LOCATED j 'Committee Makes Favorable Report On Bill After Amended. Sinks Big Steamer Off Am- Names of Districts Where Washington. Auk. in. Tho Son-Military Coinnilttcu today voted to report favorably nt onco tho Administration bill extending draft ages to from 13 to 45 years, but with an amendment by .Sonator Heed, of Missouri, to havo tho Government provide two years' education froo for nil boys under 21 years old, to bo given nftor tho war. Senator Chnmborlaln announced thnt tho bill would bo roportcd Thursday, and thnt If a quorum Is present In rcsponso to tho rcqucstB for Senators to return nt onco tho unanimous-conseagreement under which tho Senato recessed until August 24 will IIKAT AND DROUGHT PAHCHING TUB CHOPS lie set nsldo and consideration of tho mensura taken up next Monday. County Farm Agent Browder The Ilccd amendment affects both all growing crops in tho'coun- army and navy voluntcors and thoso ty as threatened with almost total "who have been drafted. Under Its failure unless rnlns at onco relieve provisions, upon, application, tho tho situation. In a fow isolated secyouths would bo given "nn oducntlon crops nro In fairly good nt the exponse of tho Government nt tions tho condition, but throughout tho county approved educational Institutions, generally vegetation is sufforing so- tho period of such education being eq'ulvnlent in point of tlmo to tho pe-- 1 ivorcly for moisture. Jn tho western of the county no rain of consrloil by him served In tho army tor, end equent has fallen slnco May, and the navy, but shnll not exceed two condition of crops of all kinds is Mnn-pownt ro-poI ' Tho Trisler neighborhood was rent with excitement Thursdny of Inst week when a mnd dog appeared in tho community and proceeded to snap everything in Its path. Tho strango dog first appeared at tho homo of Kov. Jordan, where It leaped tho fonco and bit two mnnll children who woro playing in tho yard. Later It nppcarcd in a field of Mr. Jack Petty whoro it bit several head of stock. Immediately after tho dog had bitten tho Jordan children tho neighborhood turned out to hunt tho dangerous canine, but It was lata in the day beforo It was overtaken and killed. Wo hnvo not been advised of the for treatment of tho children bitten. brose Channel Seven f The Teachers Are Nau, """ Missing. Now York, Aug. 14. A German submarine, approaching the very gates of Now York harbor, sank tho oil tanker Frederick K. Kellogg off tho Ambrose Channel last night. Thlr-ty-flmembers of tho crew brought hero reported that seven others are missing. Thcso survivors woro picked up by nn American steamship. Tho Frederick It. Kellogg was a now steamship of 7,127 tons gross register, valued at moro than $1,500,-00- 0. Under command of Capt. C. II. White sho was on hor way from Tamplco, Mex., to Boston with a cargo of approximately 70,000 barrels of crudo oil. Tho ship was owned by the Petro-louTransport Company nnd was launched a year ago this month at Oakland, Cat. Torpedoed without warning at C:10 o'clock last evening, the Kellogg sank in threo minutes, said membors of her crew on coming Tho force of ashore here today. tho explosion was terrific, they de clared, and tho seven missing men who wcro in the engine room are believed to havo been killed. No was seen, according to Capt. White. boats, Tho survivors, in small rowod for threo hours toward shoro, when a freighter took them aboard. Ono of tho crew reported his nar- row escape when ho was caught low decks by tho rapidly sinking m sub-mnri- nd be-ve- ry Miss nilcy, Sarvfs Hill. Mattyo Baltzoll, Taylors. Beulah Moore, Bells Run. Eva Thomnsson, East View. Josephlno Hoover, Mosley. Gertry Funk, Clear Run. Arno Russell, Mt. Morlah. Evan Owen, Belmont. Marshall Crowe, Greer. Gertrude Taylor, Taylorflcld. Narrows, Bottoms and Odell schools not yet taken. Allies' Conditions Mtih Improved By Taking Offensive. vo Many of our school teachers are known whero thoy havo taught in various sections of tho county, and we take it, our readers will be in terested to know whero tho teachers aro located for tho present year. On account of other fields of employ ment being more remunerative Just now, a number of well known names do not appear on the list of thoso teaching this year. Names of teachers, with the local names of the districts In which they aro teaching, follow: Division No. 1. ' Cora Thomnsson, Washington. ; Clime Austin, Edwards. Cecil White Stone, Beech Grove. Carrie Southard, Cavo Ridge. Mrs. Grace TUford, Aetnavllle. Lucy It. Haynes, Haynesvllle. Arna Purcell, Mt. Marlah. Division No. 2. Mary Daniel, Washington. , years." Provides Prompt Action. "Application for such educational tiHvl!pin ' ihn nmnmlmmit nrnvlilna -shall bo mndo within six months after dischdrgo and tho applicant shall begin his studies promptly nf- tcr his application shall havo been ap Tlitlna nn.l rnm.lnflnna for urnvn.l. carrying out this provision shall bo promulgated by tho President.' Another amendment offered by Senntor Itccd nnd accepted by tho committee provides that orders granting deferred classification or exemption from military scrvico for indus trial reasons shnll bo revoked when tho man to whom this classification has been given ceases to work at such occupation while physically nblo to do so. critical. Tho corn crop started with the poorest stand in the history of the c?unty' a"d wh,1 tho '"Nation was Idcal it has nevor, for some season, dovelopcd properly. Somo of tho early corn would make a fair V. n .! lit ..!.,. n I an ,. '"'"I wiuioui luru.ur rum. !uui. mu, cent of tho corn crop in thnt con-Por The most season- dltlon Is trilling. nblo condition now could not Insuro per cent than a sovonty-flv- o corn crop. Tobncco Is sufforing oven more than cam. Much of it was trasplant- cd late, and in the dry weather fol- "lng. grow off slowly. Ono not- ablo featuro of the tobacco crop is extreme unovenness, and this will bo tho most ragged tobacco crop ever grown In tho county. Much of the early tobacco is burning up, nnd somo of It Ls being cut green. Seasonable rains at onco would materially benefit Into tobacco, provided frost wero lato enough to Insuro its l.la. Biuy. suction, he assorted, but swam to tho surfaco and reached ono of tho boats. Navy officials enjoined lenco upon the survivors beforo they could complete their accounts of tho disaster. TWELVE YOUNG MEX LEAVE FOR CAMPS Tho young men are rapidly being drnlned from Ohio county for military service. Another dozen' went Wednesday, seven white and five colored. They were called for 'special training in mechanics. Of tho seven white men five, John Bozarth, Hartford; Elmo Jones Hartford; Jesso Mason, Centortown; Isaac Ash by, Centortown; Lester Bishop, Ccntertown, go to Indianapolis; Paul Ilussell, of Hartford Route 7, and Paul Espoy, McHenry, go to Auburn, Ala. Tho five colored boys go to Thoy aro: Pino Bluff, Arkansas. John Ruckor and Ledward Parks, Hartford; Ed. Taylor, Horton; Willie Barrett, Echols, and Arthur Walker, McHenry. Thoy left over tho M. II. & E., Wednesday morning. ann xiu wub TT AnHMlnJ uu.. win ilAllltl ll j .. tA , which, if good, start tho stock into tho winter In good condition. Hay crop harvested and yield and quality good. Pea acreage llght.con-ditio- n good. Farmers aro using lime in greater quantities than over be OWKNSHOUO WOMAN DIES. fore. Peach crop an entiro failure; GENUINE PATRIOTISM. Mrs. L. P. Loncy, of Owonsboro, apples about twenty por cent and A young Hartford man is a genu-In- o died at her homo In that city Mon- poars fifty. patriot. Wo aro not at liberty day. Hor death was duo to asthma, MARSHALL KAHXING SAIjAUY. to disclose his identity, but may from which troublo sho had sufferstato tho facts as wo personally know ed for somo timo. Sho was fifty Tho elegant olllclal lelsuro of City them. years old. Interment was in Elm-woTho young mnn was in draft ago,' cemetery at Owonsboro. Mrs. Marshall Casoblor was violently dis of Jailor Worth turbed a few days ago, when Dick but for Just causo was given doforred Loncy was n slstor Although in claBs 3, Tlchenor, of Hartford. Sho was rear- - j Stewart Imbibed over freely of tho classification. In this county, .o - uo - joyful, anu procoecicu 10 muu ho felt it nn honorable duty to sharo nd near Centortown Mrs. Lonoy moved with hor hus Into tho peaco and dignity of tho with less favored men tho hardships Stownrt submitted to and dangers of tho dofenso of his band to Owonsboro from this county community. Consulting only his most moro than twenty yonrs ngp, whoro arrest quietly enough, but later, while country. Mr. Lonoy hns been an olllclal In tho ascending tho stairway to tho city intimate friends in regard to tho judgo's olllco, balked, and cllnchod mattor, and to thoso exacting pledges internal revonuo sorvlco. A bystandor of secrecy, ho mndo overy posslblo with tho mnrshall. fcanio to tho officer's rescuo nnd as- - effort to enter tho ranks of tho milHELL IN 1IAYTI. slated In tho dollvory of tho accused itary service. Not from lovo of adThero was something doing In Hny-- tt at tho bar of pollco court Justice. In venture but from lofty motions of Sunday. It Is said that a car of tho opinion of tho court Stowart's duty, ho exhausted evory posslblo boozo successfully ran tho blockndo, damage to tho peaco, as well as that moans to get into tho ranks, oven vls and reached tho colored settlement to tho marshall, amounted to $2.50, ltlng tho Adjutant General, and makat u lato hour Saturday night, or with tho necessary cost .of tho arrest ing a porsonal appeal to bo admitted rathor at an early hour Sunday morn- and trial. This is the first Jag pros- to tho sorvico. This Is another siming. Tho vlllago had been dry; dry ecution in tho city court for many ple illustration of devotion to a woras dust for many moons, and Imme- moons and, let us hopo it may bo tho thy Ideal without coveting tho last. diately upon tho arrival of tho of tho multitude, which history sometimes finds out nnd records Julco tho revelry began. Bad FIFTY MEN CALLED. boozo In dog days ls a dangorous without consulting tho heroes who thing, and mighty was tho commoenact It. Tho local oxomptlon board has re tion that followed. It Is said that DEATH IN HARTFORD. Baz Lawrenco ussaulted Lou Sullen ceived a call for fifty white men to o sent to Cmi Taylor between tho ger for somo grievance, real or Miss Mary Bunger died of brlghts aginative, and Aaron Mosloy nnd Fll- - 26 and 31 of August. Thoy will bert Park also indulged in a mix up, probably bo sont tho 29. Tho board disease at her homo hore, Monday Georgo Mosley was charged with a ls ordered to select tho mon from tho morning. Funeral sorvices by Rev. plain dog days drunk, and writs wero 1917 registration if enough men of Russoll Walkor, after which burial Miss Issued for tho flvo named colorod that registration aro available. Tho was in Oakwood cemetery. socretary of tho board advtsea us Bunger was nearly sixty years old, gentry. Haytl, llquorless ls a quiet and or- thoro are enough men of that regis- - and was the only child of the lato George W. Buigro. derly place, but Haytl liquored Is a tratlon to fill tho call. nt od ger-ontluim-.b- Still nnothor amendment offered the Missouri Senator would permit soldiers and Bailors, regardless of ago, who havo either volunteered or Leon drafted, to recclvo commissions. They also would bo mado eligible for Tho admission to o Ulcers' schools. measure was also amended so as to provide that tho wlfo of a soldier or sailor shnll not bo disqualified for any position under tho Government becauso sho is a married woman. Predicts Hill's Passage. Passago of tho bill was predicted by Senntor Chamberlain In a stato-moafter tho committco had decided to report tho bill favorably. by maturing. Pastures are getting short, a serious problom to stock raisers, but It is posslblo for rains to como yet In timo to lmprovo fall pastures. Tho stock grower attaches great importance to tho condition of lato pastures With tho French Army in Franco, Aug. 13 After tho battle of theArve, Owing to tho usual lack of Interest tho situation of tho belligerents preIn tho lato primary, reports of the sents a change which for rapidity and vote in the various counties of the State were 'slow coming in, but extent has rarely been approached in finally tho result has been accurate- military history. Marshals Foch's ly ascertained. strategy and tho masterly tactics of Lato returns very much reduced tho Generals commanding tho armies tho majority of both Mr. Heavrln and and groups of armies under him havo Judgo Settle. Judge Settle's major- In three weeks wrested from tho Gerity In the district is 4S1 and Mr. mans what required four months for Heavrln's is 15. them to obtain at a cost variously Dr. Ben L. Bruner, of Louisville, estimated at from 700,000 to 1,000, won over B. J. Bethurum by a lit 000 men. tie moro than two thousand votes. Tho Immediate results of tho counter offensives which wjll havo tho greatest bearing on subsequent opWOMEN PATRIOTS CALLED. erations are the clearing of the Nows has reached Ohio County Chateau Thierry pocket, ending tho Red Cross headquarters that tho or menace to Epernay and Paris; tho ganization is sending ono thousand liberation of Montdldler, ending the nurses a month to Franco, and ur- menlco to Amiens; the freeing of tho gent call is being mado for volun- important eastern railroad lino from Mrs. O. W. Duff, Trisler. Ohio county young ladies Paris to Chalons, and the equally Imteers. Emma Wright, Oak Grove. who may want to serve their country portant northern lino from Paris to Jesso B. Petty, Pleasant Walk. In this branch of the service will call Amiens, restoring to the Allies means Alta Dougherty, Highland. or write the local headquarters for of communication which give them Jessie Marlow, Poplar Grove. Information in regard to the matter. enormously greater ease in future Besslo M. Keeno, Shreve. The pay for such service ls $60 per movements of troops. Gola Wedding, Herbert. These successes render impossible month while in the American camps Rhoda Whltehouse, Clarks. and $75 per month in tho foreign ser any rupture of the line which would Bertha Brown, Berks. vice. This in addition to board and separate the French armies of the Heber Mldkiff, Sugar Grove. lodging, and to the same War Risk center from those to tho east, or a Ethel Muffett, Oaks. insurance privileges that are grant rupture of the junction between the Sadio St. Clair, Cedar Grove. French aqd British. The most dised soldiers, sailors and marines. Katlo Swlnhart, Palo. astrous consequenco to the Germans, Suslo Raymond, Westerfleld. aside from the heavy losses they susTHE AUGUST METEORS. Monnlo McDaniel, Olaton. tained in men and material, is the N. L. Ross, No. 19. Those who retired early Monday collapse of their plan to drive wedges Mrs. Earl B. Chick, Union. night missed the pleasing exhibition into the allied lines and the subseMargaret Cardwell, Cooper. of tho annual August shower of me quent widening and joining which Bertha Westerfleld, Oakland. teors. About the eleventh or twelfth would have threatened general disloMarllda Baker, (col.), Prentiss. of August, annually, the earth passes cation. F. L. Sandefur, Taylortown. Marshal Foch's strategy in reducthrough a stream of these strango Roxlo May (col.), Taylor Mines. wanderers of the skies. The beauty ing tho salient wedges wrested the of the spectaclo varies from year to initiative in operations from the GerDivision No. 5. year, but Monday night's shower was mans, at once obliging them either to Imogene Plummer.saulphur Springs exceptionally heavy. By the merest order a general retreat to a strong Ernest E. Wilson, Jubilee. open lino such as the Somme, or to engege Viola Tlchenor (col.), McHenry. chance the writer was out in the enemy adopted the secR. D. Newton, (col.), Beaver Dam, air until midnight, and observed with reserves. The delight the splendid spectacle of bril- ond alternative which, having failed, O. N. Stewart, Prentiss. liant streams of Are checking every makes eventual retirement immenso-l- y Henry S. Barnes, Goshen. more difficult. quarter of the heavens. Eddlth Austin,- Shultztown. Tho first phase of the battlo of the Meteors are balls of metal, comMrs. I. S. Mnson, Taylor Mines. posed of Iron, nlckle, cobalt, mag- - Avre finds the French with a footing Bessie Hazelrlgg, Union Hill. plateau, west of nesla.and various other metals known upon Thlescourt L. L. Embry, Mt. Pleasant. to torrestlal chemistry, that havo Noyon, wulih has vital Importance E. J. Bratcher, Leach. either formed in somo manner in in future operations. Tho Germans Ray Cook, Cavo Ridge. etherlal space, or that have been must either recapture the position at Maude Stewart, Balzetown. hurled by somo terrific force from high cost, If he can, or abandon Ira T. Jones, Antloch. some planetary explosion to such In Noyon, which means tho fall of Roye Wems Park, Salem. finite distance as to remove them and Lasslgny, which already are un B. H. Morris, Roslno. from tho immediate influence of plan- der imminent menace of capture. Fannie Mae Paris, Excelsior. Tho disaster which menaced Gen. etary gravity, after which they float Martlno Taylor, Horton. languidly in space until finally van Hutter's army has been nve.rted Springs. Anna Robinson, Flint caught in tho whirlpool of gravita- for the moment. Tho few narrow E. F. Llles, Renfrow. tion. Impelled by the forco of grav- passages which now are open for tho Muriel Wilson, Vino Hill. ity, they enter the earth's atmos- withdrawal of his stores are so Mary White, Bailey. phere, and by friction with tho mole- harassed by tho bombs of aviators Jesso flyers, Old Union. Are of heavy artillery that Mao Byors.assIstant.Horso Branch. cules of the air are raised to terrific and tho temperature and explode, resulting prompt oscapo ls Impossible renderNoah Legrand, Now Oklahoma. ing probable a desperate effort by in a stream of flro in tho sky. Madge Hoovor, Arnold. tho Germans to cling to their 1914 Claude Park, White Oak. lino. NEW LUNACY LAW. J. W. Myers, Falrvlow. . Lola Westerfleld, Basham. The first case of a sanity inquiry REX ARBUCKLE'.S TROUBLES. Evelyn Foreman, McGrady. under tho now lunacy law will bo Ruth Foreman, New Baymus. County cour assembled with a heard by Judge Cook in county court Ethol Glllim, Sunnydale. today. Mrs. Dave Johnson, of near multltudo of witnesses Wodnesday Cesna Shults, Victory. Sandefurs Crossing, will bo on trial, morning for the prosecution of Rex Division No. .1. for commitment to tho Stato Hos- Arbuckle, a Beaver Dam' youth.charg-e- d Otis Stovens, Sulphur Springs. with half a dozen felonies, but pital for the Insane. Edna Black, Bennetts. governing such Rex failed to turn up. Arbucklo Is Under tho new law Amby Humble, Hickory Grovo. cases, whero tho circuit judgo is not a boy in ago but a veteran offender, O. B. Colo, Concord. in tho county at tho timo, notico of against whom many complaints havo M. T. Gentry, Dundee. such trial must bo first filed with tho coine to tho courts. Ho was before Royal, Ittcketts. Ethel circuit court clerk and tho case then tho court only a fow days ago, and Mack Mnrtln, Scllroadpr. was released on his own bond for apAnna Carter, Hlghvlew. transferred to tho county court. Be- pearance Wednesday, but seems to fore tho accused can bo tried ho must Norlno Coleman, Lower Point. first be examed by two practicing havo had pressing business else Ula Woosloy, Bunker Hill. physicians, whoso evoldeuco must bo where. Elso Mny Wise, Upper Point. . Margaret Tomerllno.Central Grovo, presented at the trial. Tho purposo LIVE STOCK CONFERENCE. Mallnda Taylor, (col.), Rockport, of throwing such safeguards around porsons chnrged with lunacy grew Boulah Kimbly, Midway. An Important conference of farmout of tho practlco, often restored to Orvlllo G. Weller, Cotfman. by porsons to get rid of undesirable ers who produce cattle, shoep and Grade Chapman, Simmons. dependents by having them com- hogs, will bo held at tho College of Ethol Russoll, Echols. mitted to an asylum whon they woro Agriculture at Lexington, Saturday, Erna Boswoll, Tho Bend. August 17. not In fact of unsound mind. Ruth aodsoy, Wnltons Creok. m With tho presont profitable growWlnnlo D. Mosloy, Midway. ing of live stock overy farmor in tho CONDITION' SENATOR JAMES' A. W. Lelsuro, Union Grove. IS DECIDEDLY CRITICAL State who can possibly do so should Athel Wood, Ceralvo. attend this conforcilco. C. E. Yau-co- y, Lettyo Boll, Lawson. specialist in moat production Baltimore, Md., Aug. 14. .Though Claronco Shown, Chapman. materially worse today, tho con- In tho United States Food Adminisnot Zoda Raymond, Maxwell. dition of Senator James 13 docldedly tration, will bo tho principal speakHellon Rlloy, Holbrook. critical. His physicians do not veil er. MarllBsa Foster, W. Nocreok. Wo understand that a number of tho fact that his Illness is desper-atClaronco Bartlett, E. Nocreek. though all that medical science Ohio county's most progrossivo stock Dudley Westerfleld, Beda. growers will attend this conference. can do ls belug done. Iono Hedrlck, Alexandria. THE PRIMARY. &o, 4 P'Hii i w,i .n ,v pT The "War" in Europe. (Ry Dr. Lyman Abbott.) Dr. Abbbott, tho famous publicist, wroto the following for circulation by tho National Socurlty Leagues and tho Lcngilo to Enforco Pcaco In a Joint effort to arouso tho pooplo of tho country to a realization of tho Iruo meanings of tho war and tho menaco of defeat. rc What do wo mean by democracy? It Is not a mere form of government. Franco is a republic and Itnly Is a monarchy, but Italy Is as truly a de- DECLAMATIONS OV WAIL Austria against Belgium, August 28, 1914. Is not all. In our Civil war.Mr. Lin- mocracy as Franco. Amorlca is a reAustria against Japan, August 27, coln appointed a commission to pro-pa- public and England is a monarchy, 1914. rules of warfare, and It Is said nnd England In somo respects, Is Austria ngalnst Montenegro, Authat after the military officials had moro democratic than tho United gust 9, 1914. prepared them he, it I may uso a States. Austria ngalnst Russia, August G, 1914. somewhat barbaric phraso, "cngllsh-cd- " Wlint Democracy Is. Austrln ""ngalnst Serbia, July 2S, them. Those rules of warfaro.pro-parc- d Democracy is not a political opin.s by our government under ion. It is a religious fnith;it is faith 1914. Brnzll against Gormnny, Octobor beneficent administration, In our fellowmcn; It Is faith In one tho basis of the Ilaguo Tribu- another; it Is respect for each other's 26, 1917. Bulgaria ngalnst Serbia, October rights; It Is rcgnrd for cacs other's "We talk of a war In Europo. If nal. I would like to comparo thc30 sets opinion; it is human brotherhood; 14, 1915. wo used language with accuracy, wo China ngalnst Qormnny, August should not talk of a war In Europo. of rules of war, that of America, that its name, or Its motto, might well Thcro Is no war In Eurqpc.Tliere Is a of the Hague Tribunal, and thoso es be Democracy Is tho land or 14, 1917. Cuba ngalnst Qormnny, April 7, brotherly love." posso comltatus summoned from tho tablished by the German war-booPackers' profits look big Nor is autocracy a form of govern- 1917. civilized nations of tho world According to the rules of civilized various Franco ngalnst Austria, August 13. war as conducted against ment. I will not go into tho history to protect tho peaceable- nations of war-farwhen the Federal Trade tho world, to protect tho pcaceublo tho enemy. According to tho Gorman of tho past. Enough to say that au- - 1914. Commission reports that four Franco against Bulgnrla, October It Is conducted against tho tocracy.as wo face it today In Europe nations of Europo from the worst and war-booof them earned $140,000,000 most officlent brigandry tho civilized cios requlro destruction. According to Is organized brigandry which denies 16, 1915. Franco against Germnny, August tho rules of civilized warfaro.church-es.hospltal- s, tho elemental rights of humtnity, the world has over seen. during the three war years. libraries, public build right to Hvo , the right to llborty, the 3, 1914. Tho classical definition of war Is Franco ngalnst Turkey, Novombir furnished by Charles Summer in an ings, nro as far as possiblo to bo right to the pursuit of happiness. Packers' profits look small guarded from destruction. According Any man who proposes a compro- 5, 1014. address on tho "Grandeur of war-booGermnny ngalnst Belgium, August they are to mise or a peaco ncgotltatlon with in Boston in 1845 to the German When it is explained that based on authorities thon and there be destroyed. According to tho laws this band of brigands Is guilty of 4, 1914. this profit was earned on property of treason to tho kingdom of llborty. Gormnny against Franco, August by him cited, nnd accepted ever slnco of civilized warfare, tho ; I nm 3, 1914. as an authorltativo definition. It is noncombatants Is to bo' generally reI am a Christian minister. total sales of over four and Germany against Portugal, March substantially in these words "war Is garded as sacred, unless great exigen- glad to acknowledge Jesus Christ as half billion fy a conflict between tho armed forces cies requlro destlnctlon. According to my Lord and Saviour and my Master. 9 ,1916. property I take my commands from Him. only about three cent on war-booGermany ngalnst Roumauln, Septho I of nations under international law tho German to determine a question of Justice be- of noncombatants is to bo destroyed can honestly say that I have no de- tember 14, 1916. each dollar of sales. Germany ngalnst Russia, August for tho purposo of producing terror. sire so great as to have something tween them." There are two things necessary to According to the laws of civilized of His spirit, no' wish for my llfo 1, 1914. Great Britain agulnst Austria, Au I make a conflict war. It must be to warfare, tho captives taken In war so great as to bo His follower. This is the relation between profits a question of Justice, and may be used In peaceful Industries, naturally turn to the book in which gust 13, 1914. determine Great Britntn ngalnst Bulgaria, Ocit must bo under International law. but not for maintaining tho armies His name is enshrined for my com and sales: There is no question of Justice at is- or manafacturlng the munitions to mission. I find it In tho words of tober 15, 1915. Great Britain against Germany, sue in Europo today. When this war bo used against their own kinsfolk. jtue 0ucst prophet of tho Old Tcsta- Profits was begiln In Germany, her prime According to tho Gorman war-boo"Tho serpent shnll brule August 4, 1914. tament: ngalnst Turkey, NoGreat Britain mniistcr .said to Mio Reichstag, they may bo so used. man's heel; mnn's heel shall bruise Sales The laws of war and tho laws of the head of the serpent." Tho head vember 5, 1914. "We are going to do an act of injusGreece against Bulgaria, Ncvombor tice to Belgium; wo shall try to re nations have been ruthlessly set a. of the serpent Is upraised with wrath; side. Nor is that all. The crimes that its very breath is poison, and wo 28, 1915 (Provisional Government). pair it afterwards." Greece against Bulgaria, July J, have been commlted by tho band of have, perhaps, a difficult task to get Iternlls Hcrnlinrdi's Words. no profits been brigands have been glorified. They our heel on its head, but when we 1917 (Government of Alexander). year before that deIn 1913, the Greece against Germany, November have been proud of their booty. They do, we shall grind It to powder. earned, you could claration, Bornhardi.'one of the lead- have organized triumphant process2S, 1916, (Provisional Government). "Perish llj The Sword." ers of tho military party in Germany only fraction of ions, they have struck off medals; Greece against Germany, July 2, I turn the pages over to the New had said, "We are going into this war thqy have preached sermons in their Testament, and I find there the com- 1917. (Government of Alexander). among other things, to so crush Haytl against Germany, July G, pulpits and addresses on tho plat- mand of my Master interpreted to France that she can never cross our forms in praise of tho men who have me thus: "They that take the 191S. path again." profits and Not Italy against Austria, May 24, committed these unspeakable crimes. sword shall perish." How? A few weeks ago, a paper appeared Potsdam Gnus." by earthquake, not by peacefulness. 1915. "The been limbefore the public issued from thexpen Italy against Bulgaria, October 19, It is simple, calm, historic, scien- not by thunderbolt, but shall perish of a German prince, who, In 1914, ited by Food Administration, tific statement of a fact that in by the sword in the hands of men. 1915. was the German ambassador to EnEuropo the allies arc fighting to pro We have the sword given to us by Italy against Germany, August 2S, since November 1, 1917. gland. In that paper, ho declares extect lands of peace from brigandry. Our Master, and we will not sheathe 1916. plicitly that Germany egged Austria Italy against Turkey, August 21, The question is what is brigandry? it until "tho predatory Potsdam on to make war against Servia, that The definition in the Century Dlctlon- - gang" has perished from tho face 1915. Germany refused tho urgent entreat- - ary on,y fJve wordB ..HlB,lwny of the earth. Japan against Germany, August .. hM . o ico ui iiaij. 1'iauuu. rUKiuiiu aiiu i 23, 1911. iuuiici; ij ut&wiin.vu ?" nuhsia to attempt a peaceable settleever highway robbery conductLiberia against Germany, August Summer Complaint. ment of tho controversy. He unmis- there so enormous a scale by so ruthfiryjRL'.ggx'j'tjy ij. v'.' 7Mwuijiiitj;)riri''a ed on During the hot weather of tho 4, 1917. takably declares that Germany Is Montenegro against Austria, Auless and unscrupulous a gang as what summer months some member of alguilty of having brought this war up- Henry Van Dyke has well called "the most every family Is likely to bo gust S. 1914. on Europo. With that paper was pub predatory Potsdam gang?" Panama against Germany, April 7, troubled with an unnatural looselished another by an of . 'run Arrtimannn m ;fiw nrK nns ness of tho bowels, and it is of tho 1917. Krupp.s carrying home to tho Kaiser, fIint m 1I1S, nfrr .. Panama against Austria, December greatest importance that this be the Emperor of Germany, that guilt.' ,M tho prayer of chrlst upon tho treated promptly, which can only bo 10, 1917. x ku uu oiBncuen years, in iauu, ' Cr0S8..Father , forgive thorn for I'ortugul against Germany, Novemthe Kaiser, in tho dedication of the they know not what they do." Christ done when the medicine is kept at ber 23, 1914, (resolution passed auMrs. F. F. Scott, Scottsvlllo, hand. monument, declared that his ambiMr. Marion Holcomb, of Nancy, Ky., says: "For quite offered that prayer for the soldiers N. V., states, "I first used Cham- thorizing military intcrvenatiou as tion was to a Roman ema long while I suffered with stomach trouble. I would who did not know what they did. berlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Rem- ally of England). pire, giving to Germany tho same have pains and a heavy feeling after my meals, a most Portugal against Gormnny, May IP, to whom Jesus was only a common years ago. At disagreeable taste in my mouth. If I ate anything with domination of tho world that tho criminal, condemned by the courts edy as much as five that time I had a seve.ro attack of 1915, (military aid granted). butter.oil or grease, I would spit it up. I began to have Roman empire had In the first cenown country, and condemned summer complaint and was sufferRuumanfa against Austria, August of his regular sick headache. I had used pills and tablets, but tury. by the Roman courts. For them He ing Intense pain. One dose reliev- 27, 1916, (allies of Austria also con after a course of these, I would be constipated. It just In tho face of these facts, It is asked his Father's forgiveness, but ed me. Other members of my fam sider it a declaration). seemed to tear my stomacli all up. I found they were impossible to say that there is any Russia against Bulgaria, October He did not ask His Father's for' ily have since used It with like no good at all for my trouble. I heard question of Justice to be determined B,venes3 for Calaphas. who declared. m 19, 1915. ... linear, i must can u war ..ecause Russia against Turkey, November when he con8p,red JesUB.a death, there Is no other short word to use. ,.,t ,g bctter thnt an ,nnocent man 3. 1914. LLOYD GEORGE PAYS (should die than that wo should lose "Thou Shalt Not." San Marino against Austria, May OUR TROOPS HONOR 24. 1915. Nor is this war conducted under our faces." we will offer a prayer to Serbia against Bulgaria, October rho sanction of International Law. His Father for the Germans In the LICK-DRAUG- HT In reply to a message sent to David Germany has openly.flagrantly, avow- - trenches who have been deluded or Lloyd George on tho fourth anniver- 10, 1915. Serbia against Germany, August into edly , and with frankness, let us give driven this torrlble war, sary of the war, tho foiling from the her credit for that vlrturo she has but we will not offer It for the Kaiser British Premier was received by tho 6, 1911. Slam against Austria, July 22, openly and avowedly declared that or his p.ils. I may bo temped to Ho Society of the Sons of tho American recommended very highly, so began to use it. It cured 1917. me. I keep it in the house all the time. It is the best she does not recognize tho laws of to my fellowmon, but I will never Revolution yesterday: Slam against Germany, July 22, liver medicine made. I do not have sick headache or war, that she does not recognize tho lie to my god. "It Is a cause for deep satisfaction stomach trouble any more." Black-Draug- ht Tho great theme today is laws of humanity, that she does not acts on that tho great democracies of tho 1917. Turkey against Allies, November the jaded liver and helps it to do its important work of autocracy or imocracy which? world arc standing side by side and the laws of God. throwing out waste materials and poisons from the sys"Thou shalt not steal." Sho has opposing a united, front to tho as- 23, 1914. tem. This medicine should be in every household for Turkey against Ruomania, August robbed Franco and Belgium of their saults of a modern barbarism which use m time of need. Get a package today. If you feel Iron and their coal; sho has robbed aims at destroying nil that wo hold 29 .1916. sluggish, take a dose tonight. You will feel fresh toUnited States against Gormnny their churches of their treasures; best and all that has been counted morrow. Price 25c a package. All druggists. C, 1917. sho has lobbed tho homes of their sacred In our common traditions of April United States against Austria-Hungarpictures and their statuary and tholr freedom and liberty. ONE CENT A DOSE December 7, 1917. ILL "The principles which our two 0 73) furniture, and what sho could not Honduras against Gormany, July carry away, sho has, In hor wantdemocracies hold even dearer than onness, destroyed. lifo itself havo boon consecrated 19, 1917. "Thou shalt not kill." Sho has not This Woman Recommends afresh by the splended heroism and only killed soldiers In open warfare Apply a cotton cloth wet with Bal- quarters of a billion dollars moro 000 bushels. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege- sacrifice of tho bravo American solsho has murdered men, women and lard's Snow Liniment to all wounds, than $450,000,000 In tho principal diers at tho front within these Loss of 171.000,000 bushels Compound Her table of child! en by tho score, by tho huncuts burns .sores or bllstors, nnd noto grain and food crops nnd $250',000,- - corn and 13,000,000 bushels of days." wheat Personal Experience. dreds, by tho thousands. Its wonderful healing power. It Is 000 in cotton. from, tho prospectlvo production of I "Thou shalt not commit adultry." and vory effoctlvo. Price There is more Catarrh in this section prompt Practically every crop is Browing this oar's important food crops, ub of the country than all other diseases 25c, 50c and $1.00 per bottlo. Sold McLean, Neb. " I want to recomHer soldiers, with tho apparent sancon larger acreage this yoar than that indicated a month ago, was shown put together, and tor years was supcertainly mend Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable posed to bo Incurable. DoctorsIt prescribed by Ohio County Drug Co. tion of the government, m planted Inst year, Indicating that tho in tho crop report. compound to ull local remedies, and by constantly ratlins with no opposition from tho governm IIIIIIIIIIIIUMIIIIIIII women who Buffer to cure with local treatment, pronounced farmers havo been milking strenuous ment, have raped inoro women than from any functional it Incurable. Catarrh Is a local disease. Constipation is tho starting point efforts to meet tho heavy needs of tho Stomach nnd Liter Troubles. disturbance, as it Greatly Influenced by constitutional conhas over been known beforo in tho , No end of misery and nctuul suf- Allies and tho increasing demands for many serious dlscnsos. has dono mo moro ditions and therefore requires constituhistory of warfare healthy, keep tho bowols actlvo und good than all tho tional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Medifering is caused by disorders of tho nt home. manufactured I could not nit first bollovo theso doctor's medicine. cine, Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & stomnch and liver, nnd may bo avoid' Production of winter whont this regular. Herblno will remove nil acCo.. Is a constitutional Since taking it I remedy. Is taken Internally and things to bo true. I thought them, at cumulations in tho bowels and put acts ed by tho uso of Chamborlaln's Tab- yoar was announced by the Departhavo a fino healthy thru tho Blood on tho Mucous Surfaces Jlrst, the exaggerations of newspatho systom In prlmo condition. Prlco GIvo thorn a trial. Thoy only ment of Agriculturo in its baby girl and havo of the System. One Hundred Dollars re- lets. per reporters. Then, 1 thought thorn gained in health nnd ward Is offered for any case that Hall's cost a quarter. Drug m preliminary ostlmnto, at 556,000,000 60c. Sold by Ohio County Catarrh Medicine falls to cure. Send for strength. My hus to bo tho extravagant outbursts of Inbushels. Spring wheat wus forecast Company. m circulars and testimonials. band and I both dividual soldiers in violation of law. mm F. CHENUY ft at 322,000,000 bushels from August rkcori) crop yield, your mod- - i SoldJ. by Uruufc'lats. CO., Toledo. Ohio. proiso 76c. But I havo compared moro or less Hall's Family Pills for constipation. despite bio losses 1 conditions, malting u total yield Rockport Amazed carefully tho reports of commissions women." Mrs. JohnWilU IU Ull DUlll'lllllT Koppelmann, It. of 878,000,000 bushels. By Sudden Action issued first by Belgium, thou by No. 1, McLean, Nebraska. Washington, Aug. Chronic Constipation. 8. Bumper Corn production wns forecast at Tho quick action of puro Lavoptlk in which This famous root and herb remedy, Franco, then by England, It is by no means an easy matter crops of almost every foodstuff grown 2,980,000,000 bushels and other es- oyo wash Is startling. A school boy theso outrages huvo been Investigat- Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegotablo s, has been restoring women of to euro this disease, but it can bo on the farm wero indicated again to- timates, based on tho August 1, had eyo strain so bndly ho could places given ed with names, dates and not America to health for moro than forty dono in most instances by taking day in tho Department of Agriculwero announced ut follows: read. A week's uso of Lavoptlk surin detail wltli affidavits to substan- years and It will well pay any woman Clmmborlaln's monthly crop report, despite Tablets and complying ture's Oats, 1,428,000,000 bushels; bar- prised his teacher so much who suiters from displacements, insho used tiate tho churges. ryo, 76,700,000; it for her old mothor. flammation, ulceration, irregularities, with the plain printed directions that a fulling off in the prospective pro- ley 232,000,000; ONE WASH Has Plead Guilty accompany each package. duction In practically all crops dur- buckwheat, 20,600,000; whlto pota- showed boneilt. A m backache, headaches, nervousness or small bottlb Germany has been united by Great "the blues" to rrlvo this successful ing July, duo to advorso conditions, toes, 84,500,000; tobacco, 1,228,000,-00- 0 to bonoflt EVERY CASE - remedy a trial. Brltan to unite with hor In Invest!principally hot and dry weather. pounds; (lax, ,14,800,000; rico, weak, stralnod or lnllamed eyes. Tho For special suggestions in regard to Ration, and Germany, by rof using to In round figures, tho loss to farm 41,000,000; hay, 99,300,000 tons; QUICK result is astonishing. FOR FLETCHER'S Alumin"11 Lynn, Mass. Pinkham share In such an investigation, lias Medicine Co., write Lydia E.The resu t ers of this prospective production Is sugar beets, C, 360,000; apples, num eyo cup FREE. Harrel Bros plead guilty to the charge But thut ofJt3 iccs experience L, at your service. roughly estimated at almost three- bushels; peaches, 40,900,- - druggests at Rockport. 3 s Lln-coln- bc-ca- Packers' Profits Large or Small k. e, k, k, a dollarsor k, k, If packer your meat at a a cent per pound cheaper? had have bought on meats Packers' animal products have the Swift & Company, U. S. A. t"o" '. STOMACH TROUBLE THEDFORD'S A' TO ALL WOMEN y, WISOJRE le-cc- nt y t IktiI y, Com-jioun- d, can-vus- is'A-guaranteo- Children Cry R CA3TO 'A 199,-000,0- 1 1 JBfcB 6tfKMffT'"MiS RUTH LAW, THE FLYING WONDER, HUNDREDS OF TOTS LISTED FOR BABY PAGEANT AT STATE F SPEED DEMONS WILL CONTRIBUTE TO ENTERTAINMENT OF VISITORS fe - TO BREAK iTggyjttjftW'ff'Wrw.w'! AIR RECORDS AT FAIR m nw w1MW)w,www'iwwyittf'-i'- f wwwi.k V u' 1 1 I i fTO &s if m tuX.i!' -- Photo from tho Cuslck Studio, Louisville, Ky. Clf-X'v-&MT- - 'AWX? . .. ,! KM n,i ttsanA a'jr. aBaaafcM sensational, thrilling or ' fried and Leo Sandman as principals. has given Invaluable Inspiring sight could bo Imagined than The with It nth Law's ncrlal performance in her tho Sunday concerttho Fair as regards arrangements and Curtis blplano, In which slio soars high his connection with tho Choral Assoabovo tho clouds, or skims liko a dip- ciation guarantees a musical foaturo ping swallow almost within reach of of exceptional merit, and ono which tho earth as slio spirals, loops, rides vies with tho great attractions offered In Ruth Law, who is sister to Rodman taxi banks, nose-spin- s Law, tho first "human fly" and ono of volplanes, and visitors to tho six- tho moBt daring ar-- i remarkable and teenth annual Kentucky State Fair, stunts In oxlst- of break-necwhich will bo held In Louisville j enco. It Is claimed that Miss Law's 14 4a n lmftfrt AVAAl A lint A n tho week of September will famous brother, who has porforraod all bo electrified twlco dally during the and feats nioro of tho weak and twico on Sunday preceding Douglas Fairbanks supposedly In his screen "thrillers." tho Fair by this peerless wonder of tho air. The Sunday flights, in which Miss In addition to these great attractions Law will go after tho nltitude record tho Fair management Is this year offerand her own wonderful ing a prize list which will total to $7S,-00dcsplto tho fact that the state's ecoro, aro part of a special Sunday program, which Includes a magnificent appropriation to the Fair Is but $15,000. sacred concert by Thavlu'a Hand of This is done, and tho cntiro proceeds forty musicians, his special soloists from all sources turned back among of International fame, and a massed the agriculturists In order to stimulate chorus of over threo hundred singers tho agricultural and live stock indusfrom tho Jubllato Choral Association, tries of tho state and thereby help tho of Louisville, with Fred O Xeutzol, Government by helping food producFlora Margucrlto Bartolle, Mario Sled- - tion. No nioro first-name- d t k M 1 halr-rafslnpor-forloon-the-loo-p 0, rs Thero Is no feature of the Kentucky Etato Fair In which spectators exhibit deeper Interest than tho charming Mid spectacular "Baby Pageant," which finals tho Babies' Health Con-(eon Friday afternoon of Fair week. J"ho pageant each year Is entirely different in type and is kept as a surprise to Stato Fair visitors until the hour announced for Its presentation on "rlday. They are designed to exhibit (ipectacularly the gifts and graces of iho threo hundred or more winsome entrants In tho Baby Contest and provide a delightful finalo to a period Which Is of intense seriousness and Importance, to both mothers and babies, for it Is In tho Babies', Health Contest, Instituted at the Ken'tucky State Fair In 1913, that babies between twelve and thirty-si- x months receive an examination and scoring of vast importance to the future physical welfare of tho 'child. Tho babies are classed and scored on tho same scientific basis 'that carefully-brestock Is handled, and they are gone over from head to foot by experts In eye, ear, throat, lung, brain and general-practiclines In a manner which leaves nothing undiscovered In regard to tho little one's physical condition, tho points needing correction or tho fact brought forth that baby is devoid of weakness or blemish. To mothers unacquainted with scientific methods of baby care B. d e AUTO POLO AT FAIR Popular Sport For Visitors to Louisville During September Something New In Entertainment Line Is Thrilling and Exciting From Start to Finish. "Auto Polo" is announced as a star feature of tho amusement attractions annual Kentucky of the sixteenth State Fair, to be held in Louisville tho week of September This game will be an entire innovation to Stato Fair visitors, and Is heralded as one of tho most unique, exciting and absorbing contests ever offered at the Kentucky Fair or any othor celebration of like character. consists of a Tho entertainment battle between polo experts who are mounted In especially constructed automobiles Instead of on polo ponies as of yore Playing tho game in addition to managing a careening, space-eatinis a proposition calculated to keep spectators on tho qui vivo of excltemont and suspense, and tho game In Its present form rather tends to polo look like make tho child's play. The polo contests will take placo every night of the Fair In tho big $150,' 000 Hippodrome Building and every attornoon in front of tho raco track grandstand. Tho game is said to be ono which has created a furoro in tho sporting world, and few can watch tho cted automobiles "turn at critical periods of the game and right themselves Immediately by reason of their build, without being on their foot with excitement during tho hotter part of tho game. norvo-tinglinwlldly-excitlng g auto-mobil- o pony-played curiously-construtur-tlo- " FAMOUS ACTS FOR FAIR HIPPODROME and to those living in rural districts where such information is difficult and ofttimes impossible to obtain the Babies' Health Contests aro valuable beyond measure, as is proved by the fact that In the city of Chicago statistics show that 11 per cent of tho children die, while those looked after scientifically by the Infant Welfare Society loso only 3 per cent. This demonstrates beyond argument that the Babies' Health Contests are educative along lines invaluable to tho coming generation, and that all mothers should bo provided with the knowledge of how to care for her baby, how to feed it, how to let It sleep, how to dress it, and how to remedy defects. Tho Babies' Health Contest this year is under the supervision of Mrs. John L. AVoodbury, who has handled It since CONCERT WiLL its original Introduction at the Ken tucky State Fair in 1913 Tho city babies who enter tho contest are examined throughout the week prior to the opening of the Fair, Sep tember 9, in Kentucky State Fair Headquarters, in tho Republic Build Ing, and the babies from the rural dls trlcts aro examined during Fair weel-Ithe Babies' Health Contest Building on the grounds. It Is after tho mark Ing, scoring and tabulating is ovei that tho babies are gathered for the Tlirco hundred voices in massed pageant, which displays the charming chorus, an elaborate sacred concert by tots to delightful advantage. Thaviu's Band of forty accomplished musicians, a wonderful program of voBAND GREAT FEATURE cal specialties by tho stars of international repute who are connected with n tho band, as well as a number of singers claiming Louisville as Thaviu Has Been Secured By home, and two spectacular, thrilling s flights by the aviatrlx, The State Fair Ruth Law, aro some of the features scheduled for the grand Sunday ConTho sixteenth annual Kentucky cert celebration, September 8, which State Fair to be held in Louisville tho will precede the official opening of the week of September will boast in sixteenth annual Kentucky State Fair, Thaviu's Band of forty musicians ono In Louisville, on Monday, September 9. The big show itself will be all ready of the greatest musical organizations ever appearing at a Stato Fair. The in gala attire for the launching on Thaviu organization is made up of Monday, and few could want a nioro forty splendidly trained musicians who picturesque sight than the great exe order are arrayed in military regalia and ac- hibition as it rests in companying It is a coterla of solo art- for the activities of the week days. ists of International repute, together The myriads of departments and shows with a galaxy of ballet dancers who will bo ready for the review of the are said to bo terpslchorean wonders crowds and the awarding of premiums; and fully up to the coryphee support the decorations will be at their crisp-est- ; the stock placidly In line; the of Pavlowa, Genee or Ruth St. Denis. Thaviu's Band was one of the six- amusement features available to the teen great organizations which played MIDWAY AT STATE FAIR well-knowworld-famoucap-a-pi- Automobile racing, one of the most exciting amusoments In the field of sport, will bo a big feature of the sixteenth annual Kentucky Stato Fair, to bo held In Loulsvillo the week of September Saturday afternoon of fair week tho "crack" drivers of tho world will tear around tho dirt track of tho Fair's eel. obrated speedway, and will go after the greatest 'records tho automobllo world boasts at presont. From $500 to $1,000 in cash prizes will bo hung up for each event, and tho contestants will bo a galaxy of stars solected by Kentucky Stato Fair Secretary Fount T. Kremor from tho world's greatest drivers. Th- list available includes Eddio O'Donnell, tho world's racing king; Dave Lewis, Pacific coast star on both track and speedway; two of tho famous Chevrolet brothers, first foreigners to compete over tho American speed courses; Barney Oldfield, dirt track veteran of tho lot and rated as tho "master driver" w,)?mmm$. AKV " , irjftA'JlrNr-r- r ri?'ZZJ,-,i'- , r ,Maifrtofi?-iMfh.,Miift- ,,, &i , ..' of the world; Earl Cooper, of the famous StuU team; Andy Burke, Georg Clarko, "Wild Bill" Endlcott, Loula Dlsbrow, Fred Horey, present world's track champion; Sig Haugdahl, Ray Lamkln, Percy Ford, Juios Elllngboe, Leon Duray, Art Klein, Davo Kootzlo, Tom Milton, Al. Streiglo, Glen Breed, Cliff Toft, Eddio Hearne, Louis La Cocq, and a score of others. Automobile racing, under tho guidance of tho International Motor Contest Association, has become Just as important a part of every big agricultural fair and exhibition for tho develd opment of motors as horso racing lias been In the past to encourage the breeding of horses, and the exhibition of motor for farm and agricultural work at tho various stato and county fairs is now undergoing tho same development working which tho standard-brehorses underwent 20 years ago to the working moans for agriculture. high-speehigh-standar- d d SUNDAY PROGRAM WITH GREAT OPEN STATE FAIR visitors, anu the whole as spick and span as a regiment on parade. Tho concert which will bo offered by Thaviu's Band, his vocal stars and the feature singers of the Louisville Jubllato Choral Association will be an elaborate affair. Splendid In arranging the attraction has beoa given tho Fair by Frod. O. Neutzol, ona of Louisville's singers and music patrons, and the voices to figure in tho Jubllato Chorus will include such noted singors as Flora Marguerite Bertelle, Marie Siedfried, Leo Sandman and Fred O. Neutzel. The flights or Ruth Law will bo two In number on Sunday, as well as twice daily on the week days of tha Fair. Miss Law, who has won world-widfame by reason of her aerial work, as well as by the splendid service she has rendered tho United States Government in enlistment campaigns and Red Cross crusades, will give what promises to be the most thrilling exhibition of her career. She will go after tha altitude record and will attempt to outdo even her own dizzy scoro in looping-the-loobest-know- n e p. Tho great $150,000 Pavilion at tho Kentucky Stato Fair, In Louisville, will bo tho Bceno each night of a monster amusement rovuo preceding tho $10,000 Horso Show, which will bo ono of tho paramount features of the celebration scheduled for September This feature of tho Fair's ontcrtaln-meu- t has grown from year to year, until It has developed Into ono of tho most onjoyahlo and Important attractions of tho entire exhibit, and ono which vies with tho great Horso Show lit popular Interest. . Tho attractions announced for tho Etato Fair make an Imposing roster. In addition to Thavlu'a great band of forty skilled musicians in military uniforms, tho soloists of international famo and tho bovy of wonderful ballet dancers accompanying his organization, who will give two concerts and oxhlbltions dally, tho list of featvev Includos tho plcturesquo "girl act" billed as "Freddlo'a 1918 Bicycle Wonders" and inado up of dainty feminine experts on wheels; Hall's Do Luxe-OV- cus of marvelous animal actors of slzo and amazing Intelligence. This act Is said to bo magnificently equipped and tho diamond 'harness o( tho animals has caused widespread comment. The famous (jolll Troupe representatives of tho "far East." They number 7 Persian acrobats ol whirlwind method and amazing feats. Tho Colli Troupo is costumed in Oriental splendor, and Is distinctive In its Tho Rodriguez lino of entertaining. Brothers, porch polo artists, guarantee thrills galoro by means of their daredevil stunts on lofty vaulting poles. Tho Hogauny Troupo aro sensational acrobatic artists who work with a speed and vim which enhances tholr maneuvers. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Davis as "Undo Hiram" and "Aunt Luclndy" Birdseed aro como-dlan- s who nro tho source of endless fun to Fair patrons; Fred Zobedio and his troupo of flvo aro recognized a3 the leading equilibrists of the American and European field, and the lovely Lunette Slstors. in the "Whirling Geisha Girl" performance, completes tho list of Hippodrome attract-:lon- s to bo offered at tho coming Stato Fair. hulr-ralslu- g mln-latur- o The great $10,000 flvo galtod saddle horso stako which was introduced at tho Kentucky State Fair last year and will bo a foaturo of tho sixteenth annual Kentucky Stato Fair this year, focuses the attention of the horse-worl- d on the stato. The event consists of a sensational struggle for championship honors among tho stallions on Monday night, the mares on Tuesday night and the geldings on Wednesday night, whilo tho grand championship of tho world is fought out between mares, stallions and geldings on Saturday night of Fair week. Tho Midway of a fair is where the people play and tho Midway of the 1918 Kentucky State Fair, to be hold In Louisville the week of September gives promise of being one of tho most thoroughly delightful, amusing and diversified "Pathways of Pleasure" that Stato Fair crowds have ever at tended. Guarantee of unalloyed enjoyment Is offered In tho fact that the street will bo manned on either sldo by tho great array of feature shows touring under tho Johnny J. Jones banner. Every one posted in regard to Midway attractions Is awaro of the fact that thero is no Midway organization In tho country which can boast of a better, cleaner or brighter line-uthan tho Johnny J. Jones array, and tho "Pike" of 1918 Is, there-fort certain to bo a tho Fair. Hero tho shows will presont fronts of dazzling gold and myriad, colors, topped by flags and banners and pennants and gay with tho Thaviu. quips and quirks of tho "barkers" and tho many bands which distinguish the Panama-PacifiExposition, and Jones' array. at tho From tho great wild It was thn nnlv nnn cninml'i'ilnnnil tn animal exhibit which heads tho list of play a return engagement. As a trav- - twenty-twJones shows to tho village cling organization it has visited all tho of Lilliputians, who demonstrate their principal cities of tho United States cleverness by romarkablo perform and has invariably received a contract ances, the Jones shows aro supremo in for a roturn engagement. class and Interest. It Is the Jones polThaviu himself Is a mus.lclan of tho icy to Include everything any other widest culture and training and his Midway llno-ucan boast and to keep leadership, is demonstrated by the well In tho van of tho balance of the merit of his musicians' performances. purveyors, and by this policy it is His programs aro made up of selec- claimed that visitors to tho Midway tions appealing to cosmopolitan ideas this year will bo regaled with noveltlos and are of a kind to delight crowds and features never witnessed lu a Midwith tastes as diverse as that of a way before. State Fair. p e, much-soughsec-tion'c o 10,000 ENGAGE IN CLUB WORK Boys and girls in Kentucky to tha number of 10,000 are engaged In Club Work, which Includes pig, corn, calf, and poultry raising, added to whlob is canning for the girls. Exhibits of the war time Industry of those youngsters who, in keeping with the million or more children throughout tho country dovotlng themselves to service, will bo made at the Kentucky State Fair, to bo held in Louisville tho week of Over $1,000 has been September offered In prizes and a number of special premiums listed, among the most interesting of which is Governor Stanh ley's proffor of three pure-brepigs to tho winner of tho pig club work for 1918. They will bo on exhibition at tho Fair in an ornately decorated booth and will bo hotly contested for. d Tain-wort- Tho total aggregato of pronitum money listed in tho catalogue for th 1918 Kentucky Stato Fair to bo hold In Louisville the week of September It has boon decidis $7S,000. ed by tho Kentucky State Fair management to pay all prize nionoyn of. $5 and less in Thrift Stamps and War Savings Stamps, and thoso reeolvtiiK premiums In amounts over $5 will reof 'tho sums In War Savceive 25 ings Stamps and Thrift Stamps. By reason of this plan it is estimated that approximately $35,000 of the premium awards for the Kentucky Stato Fair of 1918, will bo paid In War Savings and Thrift Stamps, and the war budget of the Government be increased The Hartford Republican PublMicd Weekly ly HARTFORD PRINTING COMPANY Incorporated C. E. SMITH, W. S. TINSLEY, Soc.-Trca- President a. Killtor JOHN HENRY THOMAS W. S. TINSLEY, Associate Editor nnd Business Manager. Postomco, Tho plot In the Senatorial race It Is moro than probable thickens. that Senator James will withdraw from tho race and In that event tho nomination will go to Governor Stanley, and nothing would appear more certain than that Stanley will never ho United States Senator from Kentucky. Tho rule of tho liquor forces In this Stnto aro over, and tho next Senator" from Kentucky will not bo a creature of tho distillers and Entered according to law at tho Tho conduct of tho American Hartford, Ky., aa mall troops In Franco In tho recent camclass. matter of tho second paign has won tho admiration of to Europe and pleased tho prldo of tho Address all communications pcoplo at home. Until tho present Republican. .The Hartford battlo opened our soldiers had fought with mixed regiments, but now 300,-00- 0 Subscribers to a new address must give tho old address In making tho request. Duslncss Locals and Notices 10c per lino, and 5c per lino for additional Insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions nnd Cards of Thanks, Ec per lino, money In o. notice to subscribers. sent desiring tho paper of them nro fighting ns an Amer ican army, nnd aro making their forco felt by tho Gorman veterans. Fresh, strong nnd Impetuous, they aro setting a new paco to tho war worn armies of Franco and Eng land. I Under a recent government order Church Notices for services froo, but other advertisements, Be por lino. all newspapers must reduce their con Anonymous communications will sumption of paper by fifteen per cent. receive no attention. Dally newspapers can accomplish this saving by reducing their number of TELEPHONES. pages. Wo must make tho reduc123 Cumberland tion in somo other way, and can do 09 Farmers Mutual it only by reducing number of papers issued. Wo shall havo to do 10 this by cutting from our list somo of those longest in arrears. If you nre long In arrears, and want to remain Senator Bruner, will sound pretty rt.t evr llaf nnv nn nt nnro. Wp good. shall begin cutting our HstvSeptcm- but ber 1. Fair warning. may bo proscribed Talk thought can not bo shackled. Ohio county is now freer from The third term Idea will Settle the crimo than at any former time in Its history. There arc no murder Appellato Court Judge's race. cases on tho Circuit Court docket, Tho kernel of patriotism is found and few criminal cases of any kind await disposition by tho court. The at the core of deeds, not words. jnll Is empty for tho greater part Bootlegging sugar would bo a pro- of tho time. This condition is due fitable enterprise in Hartford just In a largo measure to the reduction now. of tho uso of whisky, and to the vigilance of the county and circuit court The almost total failure of tho officers in tho punishment of crime. fruit crop makes the sugar famine Blind tigers and gambling have been a little more bcarablp. the curso of society for many years, and these have been almost comTho county farm agent reports pletely wiped out. Commonwealth'. hogs very scarce. Ho refers only to Attorney Smith's vigilance has nut the variety we uso foi food. the slot machines on the blink, and Judge Cook and County Attorney "With so many doctors called for Kirk recently gave the skin game army service the American death rate fakers a lesson that perhaps will not have to be repeated. The halcyon should be materially reduced. days of the carnival and county fair Is it possible there Is no habitual gamblers arc happily over, nt least loafers In Ohio county? No arrests while the present peace officers are for this offense are being made. In office. PItlDAY AUGUST .J f bitterness, not politics, adjourned, and tho best in should bo terest of the people consulted at the PnrHsan polls. PROGRESS OF THE WAR. The big battle started on the We don't enro a whifflo If booze western front a month ago yesterLyon, France, had to havo a sec gallon, nnd Is day goes violently on. After the FARM LAND FOR SALE. podispensary! Two thousand con- - goes to $17.00 a ond Mississippi is on tho road to "scarcern lien's teeth," cnuso good, of battle turned on tho fourth tide sulatlons have been held in the first litical redemption. It has retired dnv. the Allied armies swept, and applo elder Is better Vardaman from tho United States are sweeping, tho Huns steadily hack About six hundred acres one slnco Its establishment. nohow. Senate. toward Berlin. On a sixty mile front of No. 1 farming land.known Bowling greens havo been estabOur wife says as how It's a strango has reached at Commercial greed blasting at the the Allied advance lished by tho American Red Cross in thing to her, tho she's noticed it all more than as the J. F. Collins farm on points a distance of tuberculosis barracks of Paris to foundation stones of social progress some miles. Every succeeding day the Hartford and Beaver the teach tho patients the import- through lifo, that is, when hor eggs help world in an avalancho thirty involved the get scarce her hens don't lay, and Is marked by fresh victories, and tho Dam pike. About 165 acres ance of fresh air and recreation. of war. since thinking of It, it docs 'pear is not yet. end queer. The effect of this sustained victory in cultivation and balance tho close of tho war the of war a bit After Most American prisoners Tho cut over land, well drained. Do you got up at night? Sanol the largest can not yet be fully foretold. United States will havo depend exclusively on tho food Undo John Hlraes, who lives tho best for all kidnoy or bladmarine of any nation in capture of square miles of territory Will be sold in tracts to suit furnished them by tho War and Navy merchant across tho street from Ranso is not of necessity of great signifider troubles. Sanol gives relief In the world. Departments through the American treatIt's no troublo to toll wheth- 24 hours form all backacho and bladpurchaser. For further in Red Cross at Berne, Switzerland. cance. An unbroken army majority is none too ing to new ground may be able to er Ranso Is away from, or at homo der troubles. Sanol is a guaranteed One thousand formation and terms, see M. of nights, 'cause If he's at homo ho tig for Ohio county to give M. L. reform and again offer formidable re 50c and $1.00 a bottlo at Six days and nights of continuous can always hear him sleeping, and If remedy. for Judge of tho Court of sistance. It is tho number of the H., or W. H. COLLINS,HartHeavrln tho drug storo. r' nnd the woman canbombardment . 6-- tf ho don't hear him sleeping he Just enemy killed, wounded and captur- ford, Ky. Appeals, at the November election. teen workers of tho Red Cross sta- knows he's not there. ed, the equipment taken, and the exPLEASANT DINNER. tioned at Epernay, south of Rheims, The Huns began the war to make tent of morale disturbance, that make FISCAL COURT ORDERS stayed at their posts feeding and overcrowdIf Alec Porter and Mack Cook more elbow room for an victory. In all of theso ele un a real PUBLIC ROADS CLEARED caring for the wounded soldiers. A splendid dinner was served at' way to lnduco ed population. They do not need ments the Allies appear to havo ac . could Just find somo ns tno Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Wilson's homo.. ladles to run their offices so much room now. It complished important results. Upon motion of Esq. Rowe It Is Loss of sleep.the result of air raids, rest of tho court house cllquo docs, nt Fnirvlow, August 11th, 1918. appears that some seventy thousand ordered that persons owning land is a serious hlndcranco to tho nurses. templo of Justice Thoso present were: Mr. and Mrs. One hundred and ten thousand dolprisoners havo been taken, and while county So a chateau, six miles from Paris, then, the wholo C. W. Daniel and two children, of lars is a mighty heap of money for fieures nre not available, more than abutting public roads in Ohio bo a nice and fit place for any would bo required to cut and remove brush, far enough out to be fairly immune spare mo Waxahachlo, Texas; Mr. S. F. Daniel, to draw In ofuclal salaries one man to spend a fe.v a hundred thousand German soldiers overhanging limbs from bombing has been found for gentleman or ejeuar urovo; sirs. Rilla Daniel' from tho State, and then want moro. must havo been killed and wound- bushes, weeds and along so ments. much of them. Tired nurses, when thoy do get and other growth and son, Mr. W. A. Daniel, of White The opened. the road as abuts thoir said land as off duty, can rest fairly well in this Government management of the ed since the battlo undertaker, like tho Oak; Mr. and Mrs. R. D. WIlson.Falr-vioA durned is making a fran provided by chapter 169, Acts 1918 Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Wilson railroads should terminate with the German commander new refuge. looks happiest when ho gravo-dlgge- r, government regulation of tic effort to withdraw his army.wlth but the time for doing said work is war, but some doctor is fixing an un- and daughter, Olaton; Misses Minnlo knows nnsslliln loss in men. to a extended to October 1, 1918. tho railroads should continue Indefi- iiia lnnut "The American Red cross," writes fortunate patient so that his earthly Lautcrwassor and Gertrude Schlem-me- r, shorter lino that will require less And It Is further ordored that A. ono soldier, "everywhere wo go it has nitely. Hartford; Misses Eunice and to bo wound up by men for Its defense. In the mean- D. Kirk, County Attorney bo, and ho ministered to us, both as a medical affairs aro soon IBoulah Wilson, and Messrs. Arnot the lawyers and court olllclals. woro fortunate time he has been forced to throw Is hereby, ordered and directed Tho peoplo who to and supply unit. I know ono case in land Wavy Wilson, of Falrviow; Mr. enough to hear Dr. Bon L. Bruner into action the greater part of his re- havo published tho provisions of particular where a Red Cross man WANTED and Mrs. Fon Weedman and throe FALSE TEETH recently serves that he can OLD to use. in a patriotic address here chapter 169 of tho acts of 1918 re- - lost over twenty pounds in weight DON'T MATTISH UIWIVB.H sons, oi uiiuoii; air. anu Airs, uuuort. will grant ho is big enough to sit In Tho central fact emphasized in this latlnK to tho improvement of tho pub looking after us. Up all day and up We pay up to in uonura vat boi. Alison anil daughter, of Falrviow; havo battlo is that at last tho Allies tho United States Senate. fl lic highways and to tako such stops all night waiting for reliefs to come cash for Old Gold, Silver and broken i ., an(1 Mra Tom W, tho stronger force of man powor, and as may bo necessary to enforce the in from the trenches is not an easy Jewelry. Chock sent by return mall,- -rnnnh. ,,... --., .f-.o. -- ..... . of general protest the tho effect on Gorman morale is alGoods hold 10 days ror sonuers ap- Ray In tho face said law. Sanders and daughter, of grantJob by any moans'." proval of our offer. Mazer's Tooth ready apparent. Splendid as the Fiscal Court of Ohio County, Mack State Racing Commission has Dopt. A, 2007 S. Eth St.. nolds; Master Marvin Wilson, of ed eighty days of racing this fall. victory is, It is too much to hopo that 43tlU i Lfuu Biuuuu. nu. uuy was spent havo Backache tho liver nuiiA,lA1ntilfi Pa whnn Cook Judge. iuu .i I'uuuuu'"1" following tho gear. Tho racing peoplo aro tho end is in Immediate sight. The with pleasure. Pursuant to tho abovo order, I or kidneys are sure to be out of tho RUSSIAN STORM RISES. example of tho whisky peoplo in cut- Gorman army Is yet strong enough to Trv Sanol. it does wonders for call attention to tho fnct that tho law liver, kidneys and bladder. A trial ting their own throats. offer a stubborn nnd prolonged re- referred to makes It "The duty of NOTICE TO TEACHERS. ji 50c bottle will convince you. The groat Russian empire, which 46-sistance and, barring an improbable every owner, controller and managor at tho drug store returning sanity, policy of tho government to i ovwinnm nf Tho long -- German Internal revolution, bordering and abutting on Ohio County Teachers' Institute Talse by taxation a largo part of tho weary months yet separato tho world of lands nTay again tako hor place in tho NEPHEW OF "T. It." TO comthe public highways of this will convene August 19, 1918. Ev- war cost as it goes on is a wlso one. from peace. TAYLOR family of nations. GO TO CAMP monwealth, for tho distance which Czocho-Slav- s havo organized ory teacher who Is teaching or ox- Tho people will much more freely Tho their said land so abuts nnd borders, nnd poets to toach this year must attend government, bear tho burden of taxation whllo Utlca. N. Y.. Aug. 14. State Sen a fooblo national JUNK SALE. when so ordered by tho Fiscal Court after tho country is imperiled than aro indication that with gath- - every day. Wo especially Invito all gave there of this county, to cut, carry away, ator Theodore Douglas Robinson Bol- - trustees and all the patrons to bo tho war Is closed. in erlng strength it may overthrow A quantity of heavy sheet stool, remove and carry from alongsido tho out a statement last evening, or- - presont on Wednesday, tho Trustees' shevlki anarchy, and designation for If tho war be long drawn out, and used brick and used building lumber, public highways all bushes, weeds ob- which ho declined his application to dor in tho empire. Tho British gov- - Day. Tho diplomas for tho Common His renomination. millions of our boys spend long pe- left from repairing jail, for salo. Will structions along such highways." eminent has recognized the now gov- - School graduates wylll bo dollvored This is to bo dono "between tho enter tho Field Artillery training England and Wednesday evening, exercises be- riods in Europo, they will bring back sell at public outcry to the lilghoit camp at Camp Zachary Taylor, Lou- ernmont and Japan, All teachers and much of tho manners and customs of bidder, at tho court house door Sat- first of July and tho 20th of August America aro sending soldiers to sup- - ginning at 8:00. isville, Ky., has been accepted, and tho rising pow- - trustees should notify tho graduates tho French and English peoplo, and urday, August 17, at 2 o'clock P. M. every year." expects to enlist August 2G. Ho port tho authority of Every porson who violates tho pro ho WORTH TICHENOR, the result on American public lifo er. Great unrest prevails in Gor- - in their districts U bo present, CLAUDE BLANKENSHIP, visions of this act by failure to per- is a nephew of former President many at tho turn Russian affairs aro E. S. HOWARD, S. S. O. C. will bo watched with interest by Committee form tho duties as herein required, Roosevelt. of sociology. Mar-tln.sa- ys 4C-yw; rd shall, on conviction, bo fined n sum not less than $20.00 nor moro thnn $50.00. In this connection, I desiro to call AT HIDING DEFEATS land owners' attention to tho fact lint tho law rpnnlrna Minni fn rntnnvn nl- - obstructions which may bo In tho . . Caustic Comments on uiri- - roa(l lyK nionK or nbuttinc their iland such as trees or limbs, land cials Efforts To Con slides, carcasses of dead anlmnlq, ceal Facts. fences, buildings, logs, telegraph or tclophono noles or any other thine which may provent tho easy, safo and Tho Hague, Aug. 12. Gorman convenient use of tho public road nowspapors aro asking pointed ques for trnvel or lnjuro tho public road tions concerning rovcrses In tho west In any manner to section 4.138 Kv. lOfrtltitna nml nlon j till WlVtl mvvll" nnd aro caustic In their comment 17tUVMV0 utivi iwou in van Mtntt ntlnn A Berlin dispatch to tho Post of Jtlon to section 4343 making It a pon- Munich complains of tho attempts to alty to "kill a trco nnd leave it standconceal tho truth from tho people. ing within a distance of fifty feet of incalculable any nubile road It says this has do-nharm nnd is largely responsible for This provision nffects every land the public bitterness. Tho dispatch owner allko and excuses no one. It adds: Is hoped that tho provisions may ho "Tho same day that Gen. Ludcn- - compiled with and slnco tho Fiscal dorff confessed our strntegic plans Court has boon liberal enough to had failed, Prlnco Henry of Prussia, extend tho time to October 1st for' in a speech nt Hamburg, said tho tho performance of theso duties this Turlch attache had Just told him ho year, when In fact n great part of considered the battlo on tho Marno tho work is required to bo done by a German victory, so tno uorman August 20th thoro is no reason why public may choose between Ludcn-dor- ff every man should not promptly car and tho Turkish nttachc. It is ry out every provision nuovo men painful to see prlvato persons in tioned. prominent positions like Princo Hen-f- a' Road overseers, and all other offi trying to represent facts in a cers nnd persons interested in mo law should' of tho manner at variance with tho truth nnforccment "It is ridiculous to supposo that the promptly report any failure of duty importance of tho events can bo con coming within the abovo provision. A. D. KIRK, cealed ultimately from tho people." County Attorney. The Deutsches Zeitung of Berlin declares: YORU TAXES NOW DUE. "Tho events between the Somme and the Arve constitute tho first seI HAVE NOW RECEIVED THK rious defeat of tho war." Tho newspaper attributes tho de TAX BILLS FROM THE COUNTY I feat to the weak morale of tho troops CLERK AND WILL BE IN MY OF- of Crown Prince Rupprecht of Ba FICE SIX DAYS IN THE WEEK TO varia, due to tho last Reichstag RECEIVE YOUR TAXES. ON AC-- J speech of former Foreign Secretary COUNT OF THE ASSESSMENT BE- von Kuehlmann. ING DELAYED, I RECEIVED THI Tho Socialist Vorwaerts, of Berlin. TAX BILLS SEVERAL WEEKS! .. ..! VBimTTTT wmuu calls upon the Government to ten LATK, Awutnuiuiiij tne people uie irmu auoui mu war, siiuui r..D inc. u.im tun expectations of those LECTING TAX, AND MUST INSIST saying tho "who wish to lead tho nation UPON PEOPLE CALLING AT M through tho war like an ignorant OFFICE AT ONCE FOR SETTLE-- 1 child with the stereotyped assurance MENT OF THEIS TAXES. S. A. BRATCHER, S. O. C. that every thing was going splendidly" are unfilled. RED CROSS NOTES. Confiscate Propaganda. Zurich, Aug 12 The authorities at Vienna have ordered the public to Tho second war fund subscription' hand over every piece of propaganda in the country now amount to $176,: literature dropped by Italian last Fri day, and threaten severe penalities There was To keen tho boys happy, tho Am for failure to do so. In tho streets erican Red Cross contributed $250, ,i wild scramble for the pamphlets when they were 000 to the Commission on Training dropped. Somo sold for as high as Camp Activities twenty crowns. Tho Reichspost reTho Italian Cross of war was given minds the Viennese that since the American Red Cross daring Italian flight they no longer to twenty-on- e drivers for high-grad- e can consider themselves Immune to iVmbulanco service and bravery. the horrors of war. IIUN PRESS ANGRY WIRTIHMOR! ffilggiifct fm c VI : .VY'KTIIMOn AISM & , 0 G'l 0 C- - ' " CIS ?&& The Wonder Blouse for $1.00 efShowing the splendid results of tine fort. We are sole distributors in this city for these blouses.. Eveiy Wirthmor Waist is guaranteed to give satisfaction. -, I Yes, these are Wirthmor Waists and they are WORTH MORE worth much more. They would readily sell at a considerably higher price and in any other line they would have to. But just because the makers, as well as ourselves, are determined to keep prices down as long as is possible they are still being sold at $1.00. Charming new Wirthmor models on sale today. I tf ! Carson STRAY STREAKS (By Fluko McFluko.) (L Co. taking, and are afraid of tho contingency of having to divert a great number of sorely needed soldiers on tho western front to tho east to guard the Russian frontier. It Is re ported that Lenlno nnd Trotzky, tho masters of the Bolshevlkl movement, havo lied tho capital, and will seek shelter In Germany. Immediate re storation of tho Russian government to its ancient prestlgu nnd authority is not to bo hoped for, but tho prospect of an indopondent nnd government in that county will bo a thorn in tho sldo of tho Hun nnd a wealth of encouragement to the Allies. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. if ! - lty. .. i-- ri.. ut yr t.k students f . , nz.i 'n'l ijijit i. ji jFjfjf jui"jgNM- - fF &i- - Mbti -- a ii'A.ir' t- FALL ARRIVAL.! Mr. S. O. Keown and Undo John Machinery for drilling another oil woll, near Olnton, Is being unloaded C. Riley went to camp Sherman, Ohio, Sunday, to sco their sons, at that placo this wcokj Lieut, (lllmoro Keown and Capt. A. Mr. W. D. Kstcs moved his family 11. Riley. here, Tuesday. Mr. Kstcs is employed with Horn! Hros., In Alabama. Well written neighborhood letters nro a good feature of a local news Attornoy Arthur Kirk went to paper, and wo shall bo pleased to add Indiana, yesterday to transact a number of additional correspon business In Circuit Court there. dents to our list. Mrs. draco Barnnrd, of South Tho lloya Acrlculturnl Club will Carrollton, la visiting hor parents, meet hero Saturday for an examina Mr. and Mrs. Joo Shults, at Narrows. tion to bo held to qualify one of the number for a freo rip to tho Stato Mrfl. W. L. Lawlaco, of Narrows, Fair at Louisville. spent last week wtlh her daughter, Mrs. IJell Frymlro, at Horse Branch. Miss Ruth Riley, who recently gratuatcd from tho Rowling Green Mrs. P. M. Petty, of Loulsvlllo, is Uuslncss College, loft Saturday for visiting her mother, Mrs. Amanda Union City, Tcnn., whero sho has ac Park, and other relatives at Narrows. cepted a position. Mr. George Doarman, of Taylor-flold- s, After spending a few days with lost hla residence with most frlonds at Whltesvillo this week Miss of Ha contents, by flro Friday Arllo Thomas will go to Owcnsboro today, where she will bo tho guest of Miss Marguerite Renfrow. Mr. James Carter, of Narrows, attended the burial of hla uncle, Mr. If you have a soldier boy in France Uemua Carter, at Midland, Ky., or in one of .the American Camps, wd shall bo glad to have, for publication, any information of public interest in Mra. T. P. Carson, who haa been regard to him. Call us up or write visiting her sister, Mrs. Nelson, at us. Paducah, returned homo Grading on the Hnrtford and road is proceeding rapidly. Mr. M. L. Heavrln went to Louisville Already one mile has been completthis morning to attend a meeting of ed, at a cost of $1,000 for labor and teams. Substantial progress is also tho Republican Stato Centrnl being made in grading tho Owens-bor- o road. Winson Smith was in Monday and Our correspondents havo gone on told us some moro big fish stories, has been to hot to write fish a hot weather strike. We shall have but it to ask those to whom wo aro furnishyarns. ing the paper in consideration for In order to prepare your meals their work, to write U3 a little moro without suffering from heat buy one frequently. of those good oil stoves from AC7t2 Jesse Redden, who married the day TON BROS. beforo ho was sent to Camp Taylor, Miss Mary Qulsenborry, of Fords- - tho .first of this month, was rejected vllle, lias accepted a position in one because of physical disability, and Is of tho government departments at back on his run as express agent on tho M. H. & E. Washington. Har-dlnsbu- rg Take Some Records Home to the Kiddies want to bring joy, DO you and unadulterated, into your children's hearts? Stop m some night and buy a few of these new Columbia Records the youngsters go wild over. Bedtime stories and quaint folk songs for the tots; new dances and popular for the older ones. song-hi- ts We nave all the latest and best. Columbia Grafonolas TO x and Records war-song- I; Our first fall shipment of Ladies' Coat Suits are now ready for your inspection. It may be a little early fro you, but we would appreciate an early call, as merchandise is scarce, and later it will be almost impossible to get what we want. A splendid line of new fall shades, Blue, Black, Burgandy, Khaki, Olive and Brown. Prices running from $15 to $35. Shirt Waists, $1 to $5; Wash Skirts, $1.25 to $3.50; Woolen Skirts, any shade or quality, $3 to $9. See our Goods, Get our Prices, and remember that it pays to trade with a house that saves you money. some good new music perhaps one of the great s, or a bit or the opera, or a fine orchestra And how about youF Drop in and let us play these records that we've just received, on the Columbia Grafonola. Then you can decide what kind of a treat ( you will take to the folks at home. Mother, too, would enjoy Ohio County DrogCo (Incorporated) HARTFORD, KY. u v .The Hartford Republican .AUGUST 10 Rev. Tom Cox and wife, of Roslne, visited rolatives Sunday at Select. Rev. ir. C Truman, of Fordsvillo, called on us while in town Monday. FRIDAY,.... M., H. A E. K. R. TIME TABLE. Mr. Harvey Axton, of Loulsvlllo, iouth Bound, No. 115 -- .9:05 ft. m. was in town tho first of tho weok. One at Hartford Korth Bound, No. 114 Dno 6.4G p. at Hartford (Both 'Mixed" Traini.) m. if Child's 'slippers left at County Judge's office Pay for this ad and get them. Miss Gustlno Mills has accepted a position as linotype operator in this office. Personal News 4 Mrs. T. B. Petrio and daughters, The Quarterly meeting of tho M. and Leila, who have been Narrow. E. church was held at Nocreok yes- - MissesRuth visiting Mrs. Petrie's father.Judge J. Elder Shepperd, terday and E. Fogle, for several weeks, left for Lieut L. S. Igleheart, of Camp of Wllmore, is present. 6t2 Admission: Tuesday Night 20c. Other Nights 15c. Bale Tics at ACTON BROS. their home at Indianapolis, Saturday. was hero last week visiting Taylor, will stop over for a few days in his mother. Mr. Dave Whittlnghlll and wife, They W. E. Ellis & Bro., havo seed ryo Louisville on their way home. s of Owensboro, are visiting Mr. 6t4 for sale. Mr. and Mrs. Wayno Render, of parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. well has just been brought in CENTERTOWN CITIZEN Mr. and Mrs. Henry Carson and barrel Texas, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Whittlnghlll, at Fordsvillo. IN FEDERAL COURT Missas Annie Ray and six miles of his 160 acre farm, and was in Owensboro W. B. Render. daughters, Mr. Ed Barrass eastern that drilling development is coming leave today for Tuesday. Mr. Clarence Foreman, a success- Mary Austin, C. Lee War(lcn a wealthy citizen, of his way. Mr. Barnard is a former citJudge Cook went up to his farm, ful farmer, of Barretts Ferry, has cities to purchase a fall line Car-so- izen of Ohio county. was arrested last of Centertown, near Arnold, Saturday, and returned bought a farm near Reynolds, and goods for Carson & Co. The Dry Batteries can bo had at week, under the espionage act, chargDr. and Mrs. E. A. will visit 7t2. Monday morning. BROS. will move to it this fall. Henry James, agent for the State ed with disloyal utterances, and tak? Carson, at Corbln, Ky., while away. Tax Commission, was here In con- en before United States CommissionMr. Alex Curtis has bought a new Miss Bernico Lake, of Detroit, Esquire W. S. Dean was in er Dean, at Owensboro. Mr. Warcounty tax commissionWilliam Hunter King was coronat ference with Mich,, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Dodee transfer, and put it in the ser Tuesday. violating the of Mr. and Mrs. er, Ward, Tuesday. Mr. James com- den was charged with Chinn, of Goshen. vice between Hartford and Beaver ed In the home Canton, 111., July plimented Mr. Wnrd'B work, but said federal statute by advising people not Charley King, at, Dam. It Is an attractive car. was not getting the assessment to buy War Savings Stamps, as they Mr. Bill Kebno, of Trlslor, was in 5. John, the grandfather of the now he vou aro in need of a good range If quite high enough. If the county's would never get their money back, dotown Saturday. young monarch's Lieut. Richard II. Slack, son of King, says the or cook Stove at a money saving go assessment does not come up to tho and etc. He denied having used dis7t2. Judgo R. W. Slack, who has been sta minion is supremo and autocratic. BROS. loyal language, but Commissioner from W. E. to ACTON Get your bale-tie- s em- valuation required by tho state comwas formerly an 0t4 tioned at Camp Taylor, has been Father Charlie, mission, tho state board of supervis- Dean held him to the federal grand ELLIS & BRO. office. transferred to Camp Lee, Virginia. ploye of this Tho Ohio County Baptist Jury under $1,000 bond. Warden ors will raiso it to that standard. was held at' Clear Run Is a well known and wealthy citizen, was Mr. W. S. Sanders, of Narrows, Flom Stevens, of Town Mnrshalls andThursday. Service will bo withdrawn from of Marlon, Ky., of the Centertown neighborhood, but Langford, of Tv J. Hubbard, In town Tuesday. all telephone subscribers who fall Beaver Dam, and Willto the evil do traveling representative of the West- is very eccentric, and the languago Rockport, are terrors alleged be used was perhaps duo Rev. Walter Creep will deliver a to pay their dues by tho 10th of the These of ern Recorder, a Baptist magazine It is Mr. Morgan Patterson, of Olaton, ers of their communities. PERD CASEBIER, to his eccentricity rather than to detho Beaver Dam Chris- month . sormon at 'was in town Monday. ficials may not be very popular with published at Loulsvlllo, came to Clear liberate disloyalty. Manager. 5t4 Baptian church tonight. tho law violators, but the public will Run Wednesday to attend the 4 Mr. Lon Allen, of Narrows, has for consulting tho tist Association, and while there was Lieut. Dudley Chapman, of Camp give them credit ASSESSMENT NOTICE. Mr. George HIckey and family, of with nnrnlvHls and died with- Owensboro. moved to peace and dignity of their Dukehurst, spent Sunday with rela- Pike, Ark., is homo on furlough. Jin a few hours. His body was sent Chapman Is a former Lieut. began at tives in Whltesvillo. While the law makes it tho duty to his homo for burial. Mr. Hub A protracted meeting boy, but his present homp is at my of Hamlin Chapol Tuesday night. Misses Francis bard was about sixty years .old, and of the taxpayer to como to Mr. L. E. Charlet, Mr. M. L. Heavrin has sold his res- Beaver Dam. Liver-mor- e; in Kentucky uap-tl- st fice, in Hartford, to assess his propwas well known Mosley and Abba Charlet, of erty, in order to accommodate the circles. Mr. Elbrldgo Bennett, of Fords- idence to Mr. S. O. Keown. Mr. Miss Lottie Greer, Loulsvlllo; Dotson and wife, of build-sooMr. John aged, infirm and other persons, upwill town Wednesday. army aviation villo, was In went to Oklahoma a few Sergt. Layton, of the on whom it would work an unusual Sergt. NOTICE TO l'OSl'MASTERS. aco. in answer to a telegram corps, Rochester N. Y., and Heg Casebier went to Stithton davs hardship to come to my ofllco, I Elma Fohr Schlommor up tittle Miss illness of Mr. Mosley, of Camp Shelby, motored relatives in Cannelton, Monday, whore ho will be employed announcing tho critical A. W. THE POSTAL LAWS MAKE IT will, about tho first of next month, !s visiting Tuesday, and spent from Llvermore Dotson's father, Rev. on government work. THE DUTY OF POSTMASTERS TO publish notice of dates at which I Ind. tho day with Mr. and Mrs. Loo NOTIFY PUBLISHER WHEN FOR or one of my deputies will appear at Mr. J. H. Kimmel, of Muhlenburg W. Marks, with tho army ANY REASON A PAPER CAN NOT tho votiug place in each of tho reLieut. J. Iron beds, wooden beds, of all such taxwhero mote precincts engineers, was hero tho first of tho county.Is spending the week with paper Mr. Elmer BE DELIVERED TO THE In a letter to this grades and sizes, kitchen cablneto sheriff S. A. Bratcher. POSTMASTERS WILL payers may meet us to assess their week. Washungu, Oklahoma, and other furniture to pleaso tho Barnard, of CONFER A FAVOR ON US BY property. exacting when you consider says tho weather is very hot and dry D1LLIS WARD, Mrs. Shelby Taylor and daughter, most Owensboro Wagons, Wo have the oil develpment Is on STRICTLY 0BSERVIN0TH1S Louisiana, aro visiting both prlcj and quality, may bo had there, but that Tax Com'r. Ohio County. says a 2200 None better on tho market. ACTON Klttlo Leo, of 6t2 tho boom. Mr. Barnard at ACTON BROS, 7t2. 'relatives in the county. BROS. to-da- y. Whit-tinghill'ns n., No-cre- ek Sun-nyda- le, and Social Euents, f Mrs. J. II. Thomas is, visiting her Mrs. C. C. Park, at daughter, Mr. Harry May. who has been at Mr. Walter Kimmel, deputy sheriff Muhlenburg county, and wlfo spent Rawlins, Wyoming, for some time, in Sundny with tho family of sheriff S. was at home the first of tho week. Ho left yesterday morning for Stlth-to- n A. Bratcher. where ho will bo employed on government work. Mrs. E. R. Murrel, of Louisville, is visiting her brother, Mr. Sam Messrs. Clyde and Gregory WedGaines, and sister, Mrs. J. W. Hale, ding, of Falrmount, W. Va., aro visFordsvillo. at iting their father, Judgo R. R. WedW. R. Jones and duaghtcr, ding. Tho Wedding brothers havo Mrs. Miss Nannie, of Monette, Mo., aro established a successful business in spending a few weeks with relatives tho West Virginia city. near Fordsvillo. Mr. Warren Peyton, former Cou-t- y Superintendent of Schools in GrayMr. James E. Miller died at his homo at Beaver Dam Tuesday. He son county, has been elected prinwas nbout 70 years old, and died of cipal of tho Fordsvillo Graded School. Miss Roena Rowo, of Centertown, pneumonia fovcr. will also be a member of the All young men who have become 21 years old since June 5, 1918, aro Wavy B. Malin, son of Mr. Weaver ordered to register with the local Malin, of near Beaver Dam, died of board August 29. monlngltls, at Ft. Oglethorpe, Ga., Senator Albert Leach and daugh and his remains were brought home ters, Misses Alemo and Vienna, of for burial In Liberty cemetery. Young Beaver Dam, were welcome callers Malin was 22 years old, and was in the military service. at this olllce Tuesday. Star Theatre HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. , AUGUST 19 "The Seven Swans," featuring Marguerite Clark, also Fatty Arbuckle, in "His Wedding Night' SPECIAL Maeterlinck's "Blue AUGUST 20 Bird." Maurice Maeterlinck, author of "The Blue Bird." He is a man who sees beauty in all things, this "Belgian Shakespeare," and when he wrote "The Blue Bird" he put beauty where eveiy one could see it. Maurice Maeterlinck is a poet whose work reaches down into the heart of all classes of people, rich and poor alike. That is why Maeterlinck's "The Blue Bird" will live forever. AUGUST 22 "His Mother's Boy," featuring Charles Ray, also one reel pictograph. AUGUST 24 "Rimrock Jones," featuring Wallace Reid, also, a two reel Mack Sennett Comedy, "Are Waitresses Safe." v$fPT fj.. OUR SAVED FOOD U ? r A BOX FROM HOME Judge DIRECTORY ,cmcuiT COUKT. : FED THE AWE 141,-000,0- 00 DJ CI Food Administrator Writes President America Conserved Bushels Wheat. CREDIT DUE TO WOMEN. It. W. Slack, Owcniboro. C. E. Smith, HartCom'th. Attorney ford. Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. Master Commissioner Otto C. Martin, Hartford. Trtisteo Jury Fund Cal P. Koowu, KOCKPOHT. Ch'm'n. Board James Wilson. Clerk Rushing Hunt. Pollco Judge John T. Jackson. Marshal Will Longford. HEAVER DAM. Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKenney.. Clork R. W. King. Pollco Judge J. W. Cooper. Marshal R. K. Stovons. KOItDSVILM. Ch'm'n. Board W. It. Jonci. Clork Olla Cobb. Pollco Judge C. P. I'esBlngcr. Marshal Grant Pollard. OI'I'ICIAIj SCHOOL CALENDAR. County Hoard of Education. E. S. Hownrd, S. S. O. C. Dlv. No. 1 J. M. Hoover, Hartford, Ky. W. Duff, Fordsvllle,. Dlv. No. Ky. Dlv. No. 3 IL L. Carter, Narrows, Ky. Div. No 4 Robert Goff, Roslno,. Ky. Dlv. No. C Otis H. Stevens, Beav er Dam, Ky. Dlv. No. C Nat Llndley, Center-tow- n, Ky. Tlmo of Meeting 1st Monday la. February; 1st .Monday In April; 1st Monday in Juno; 1st Monday In August; 1st Monday In October; 1st Monday In December. County Board of Kxnnilnera E. S. Hownrd, Mrs. I. S. Mason, Mrs. O. W. tl Hartford. 1st Monday in March 12 days Com'th. nnd Civil. 1st Monday In May 12 doyi Civil. 1st Monday in July 12 days Com'th. and Civil. 3d Monday in Scptonibor 12 days Civil. th Monday in November 12 days Com'th. and Civil. COUNTY Moots COUKT. Meat and Fat Shipments Increased by 844,600,000 Pounds. t Conservation measures nppllcil by the American people cnnlilecl the Unit' eil Slntes to ship to the Allied peoples nnd to our own forces overseas bushels of wheat nnd 814,000,. 000 pounds of meat during the past year, valued In nil nt $1,400,000,000. Tills was accomplished In the face of n serious food shortngu In this country, bespeaking the wholchcnrtcdnesa and patriotism with which the American people have met tlitf food crisis nbrond. Food Administrator Hoover, In n let-itto President Wilson, cxplnlns how the situation was met. The voluntnry conservation program fostered by the Food Administration enabled the piling up of the millions of bushels of wheat during 1017-1-8 nnd tuo shipment of meat during 1017-1The total value of nil food ship ments to Allied destinations amounted to $1,400,000,000, nil this food being bought through or In collaboration with the Food Administration. These figures nre all based on ofllclal reports nnd represent food exports for the hnrvest year that closed June 30, 101S. The shipments of meats and fats (Including meat products, dairy products, vegetable oils, etc.,) to Allied des tinations were as follows : ...2,100,500.000 lbs. Fiscal year 1010-1Fiscal year 3,011, 100,000 Ihs. er 1017-1S.... first Monday In each month. Mnck Cook. County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. Clerk W. C. Blankonship. Sheriff S., A. Brntcher. Superintendent E. S. Hownrd. Jailer Worth TIchonor. Tax Commissioner D. E. Word. Surveyor C. S. Moxicy. Coroner Dr. A. U. Itlloy. Judge 20. Drawn by C.iur Williams, Division of Pictorial Publicity. FlSCAIi COUKT. Moets Tuesday after first Monday In Janunry, April nnd Octobor. 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, Route 3. Food savings of millions of Americans during our first year of war enabled this govern- 2ml District Sam L. Stevens, Deav- er Dnm. ment to send enormous food shipments abroad for our fighting forces and the Allied nations. Duff. Our savings in cereals out of a short crop amounted to 154,900,000 bushels; all of which was 3rtl District Q. II. Brown, Simmons. Jan. 25 nnd 2G Common School. shipped to Europe. We increased our meat and fat shipments 844,600,000 pounds. This was Ith District Q. W. Rowe. Center- - Diploma Examination. town, America's "box from home" to our army abroad and the civilians and military forces of the May 10 and 11 Common SchooL nth District W. C. Dnuchcrty.Baize Allied nations. Diploma Examination. S41,C0O,OO01bs. Increase Our slaughterable animals at the beginning of the last fiscal year were not appreciably larger tlmn the year before and particularly In hogs; they were probably less. The Increase In shipments Is due to conservation iiml the extra weight of animals addej by our farmers. The full effect of these efforts began in fipnr tlinfr line? roeultc fn ttm liut half of the fiscal year, when the ex- - j ports to the Allies were 2,133,100,000 pounds, as against 1,260.500,000 pounds In the same period of the year before. KThls compares with an average of 801,000,000 pounds of total exports for the same half years In the three-yea- r r"-"- ' iifiiuu. yyiryaiv t ( ,Jn cereals aEd cereal products re- "' iluced to terms of cereal bushels our shipments to Allied destinations have been: Fiscal year 1010 17.. 250.r00,000 bushels ' 340,800,000 bushels ' Fiscal year 1017-1S- .. . I DiiKBK ijftoTifiii iKiiMBMHIHl Bf JLilies Hn feiii iir1 SHAR OUR SOOAR town. ilth District W. S. Dean. Dundee 7th District B. P. Rico. Fordsvlllo. 8th District B. C. Rhoades, Hartford, Routo G. IIAKTKOKI). Mayor J. E. Bean. Clerk J. A. Howard. Pollco Judge C. M. Crowe. Marshal E. P. Casebler. May 17 nnd IS County Teachers' Examination (white). May 24 nnd 25 County Teachers WITH THE ALLIES British Get Two Pounds a Month. Fronch Pound and Half, Italians One Pound. GERMAN SUPPLY Examination (colored). Juno 22 nnd 23 County nnd Stato Teachers' Examination (white). Juno 2S nnd 20 County nnd Stato Teachers' Examination (colored). Sopt. 20 nnd 21 County nnd Stato Tenchers' Examination (white). Sept. 27 nnd 2S County and Stato PLENTIFUL We Knock the Spots Out of Thing! All Nations Permit Use of Sweetening for Home Preserving Purposes. Ladies and Men's Garments French Dry Cletned and PreuJ la , Suporlir Manner. Send u WILL YOU TAKE OUR- GERMINAL, REMEDY E3bHksIIVy 80,000,000 bushels Increase Of these cereals. our hliliuucnts of the prime breadstuffs in the fiscal year 1917-1- S to Allied destinations were: "Wheat 131,000.000 bushels and of rye 13,000.000 bushels, n total of 111,000.-- ! 000 bushels. The exports to Allied destinations during the fiscal year 1910-1were: Wheat 135,100,000 bushels and rye 2,300,000 bushels, a total of 137,400,000 bushels. In addition some 10,000,000 bushels of 1017 wheat are now In port for Allied destinations or ec route thereto. The total shipments to Allied countries from our last harvest of wheat will be therefore, about 141,000,-00- 0 bushels, or n total of 151,900,000 bushels of prime breadstuffs. In addition to this we have shipped spun; 10,000,000 bushels to "neutrals depend-cn- t upon us, and we hnye received BOme Imnorts from ntlipr nunrrprs "N '"3TiJs"accompjlshmentojf our people. " i a "u"lcr smuus oui even moio cfearly if we bear In mind that we liad "invpjlnhle. JftJbg ftgcal yeoj- - 30Vg-1- 7 ifrom net carry-ove- r und as surplus over our normal consumption about 200,000,000 bushels of whent which we were able to export that year without trenching on our hrmie loaf,'' Mr. Hoover said. "This last year, however, owing to the lnrge failure of the 1017 wheat crop, we hod available from net carry-ove- r and production ar imporis only just about our notrual tmsmiip-lion- . Therefore our whent shipments to Allied destinations reprkeiit approximately savings from our own wheat bread. "These figures, however, do not fully convey the volume of the effort and sacrifice made during the past your by tho whole American people. the mngnllleent effort of our population In planting n much Increased acreage In 1017, not only was there n very largo failure In wheat, but also the corn failed to mature properly, and our corn Is our dominant crop. "I inn sure," Mr. Hoover wrote In concluding his report, "that all the millions of our people, ngricultural as well as urban, who have contributed to thco ri'Milts bhouhl feel a very definite satisfaction that In n year of universal food bhortuges In the north ern hemisphere all of those people Joined together against fiermany huvo come through Into bight of the coming hnrvest not only with wealth ami strength fully maintained, ba: with only temporary periods of banishlp. "It Is dltllcult to dlstluguluh various sections of our people the. homes, public entlng p!aee., food trades, urban or agricultural popiilh. tlons In assessing credit for these results, but no one will deny the dominant part of tho American women," 7 He-spingrl-cultur- MHHBP1111""!" ill , i ' MflUnited States Food Administration i JHlBB .. War Time Sweeteners pfir- - vr.tWw a i. ,,,. MERICA has several excellent war time sweet eners that will be used largely during the Bhortage in the sugar supply They are maple sugar, syrups, honey and molasses and mav be used in preparing desserts and other dishes recjiuring sweetening. When a cup of syrup or honey fs "used to replace a cup of sugar the liquid in the recipes should be decreased d of a cupful of sugar is equivalent to d of a cur) of honev. about nnn- half cup of syrup and about one-hacup of corn sugar. of a cup of sugar is equal to about one-ha- lf cup of syrup or d cup of corn sugar. One tablespoon of sugar is equal to one tablespoon of honey, about one and one-hatablespoons of syrup and one and one-thitablespoons of corn sugar. Sugar may be saved by the use of raisins, dates, figs, dried pears and fruit pastes used on the breakfast cereals. Fruit marmalades, butters and jellies should be used to take the place of the ordinary sweetening at a meal and not as accessories to it. Fruits may be preserved without sugar. It may be added when sugar is more plentiful. Preserving demands this year a thin syrup instead of a heavy syrup. If sugar is used one-haof the amount may be replaced by another sweetener. Drying is a means of preserving (without sugar) apples, cherries, strawberries and black caps. When ready to use they may have added the needed sugar in the form of a syrup. When sugar is more plentiful fruit juices may be made into jellies or may be used as fruit juices with or without sugar, as beverages, fruit gelatins and frozen desserts. Fresh fruits supply the place of sugar in the diet. They should be 'used freely. Desserts where sugar is scarce may be made of gelatins, junkets, custards, puddings and cakes. &L lf one-fourt- h. One-thir- one-thir- lf Qne-foar- th one-thir- rd America's new sugar ration of two pounds n month per person Is cqultn' ble when compared with the sugar ration enforced by rigid governmental order in England, Prance and Italy, nations with which we arc sharing sugar. Each Allied nation In the matter of sugar consumption Is sharing on nearest possible equal terms the hardships imposed by greatly altered conditions in the world sugar situation. Formerly clnssed as a luxury, sugar Is now a war time essential. The fair and just division of this essential Is In the hands of the various Allied food controllers. The United States Food Administration has asked this nation to observe a voluntary sugar ratton of two pounds per person n month. In the other countries nt wnr with Germany sugar Is one of the scarce articles on every menu whether In the households of both rich and poor, or In the hotels. England today has a sugar ration of two pounds per month per person. In France the ration Is a pound and u half and In Italy It Is one pound a month. And the prices In nllled countries nre from two to threa times nj high ns in America. If you go to a hotel In England or France these days and order tea or ' coffee they serve absolutely no sugar with It. If you want sugur you must bring it with" you". In England It Is allowable to use of nn ounce of sugar lu the preparation of each luncheon. In France many persons carry little tablets about with them for use In hotels and In England rich and poor must take their sugur with them If they wish to have sweetened tcu while visiting friends. Before the war started Frnnce had 025,000 acres devoted to sugar production. By 1017 the French sugar acre-ag- o had decreased to 180,000 acres. Today tho French man or woman with a sugar card has no ussurance whatever that lie or she will be able to actually buy sugar. To buy It, one must first I sne-churi- your Garments Them and Ma.y CLEANED CLtlAN Packages called for and Ik1 si -- A Trstlmsnt - ri for WEAKLUNGS or . CONSUMPTION ueliver. FOR ONE MONTH A (jutck rrlief (or that tired, run down frrltnc. coushi, palm In chnl. nltlil ral. hrmor ralt tunc or coniurarlioo. U it doc you It THE ELTE PRESSING CLUB rhicr, oot help Nail, Prop. HARTFORD. KENTUCKY. A. Iv cotti you oothlof. g OHIO MEDICAL CO, COLUM1UIR lock nox eta a If you take tho Drnaghon Training, the training that ImMnobs im-- Iniloreo. Yon can takoltcilcofcoeor hu intttL Wrlto tolau DIUUUU0.V8 1'IiACTICAL llUSI.NKS' COLLECT FPOSITION i'adntth. S GOOD LEXINGTON, KY., BUSINESS DIDERSHT (he oi Saotnor Dutlneu, Secured or Your Money Back t TCfear R. 5nii Emlacii CJStft Short Hand, T)pe Writing and Telegraphy frhu old an 1 iijtwntfat Coin i. dn much for ;pual rwtaMt anil tvwar I (ytirlnn a ij talaruX nn Ir DR. Tompla Masonlo J. H.THORPE And Fitting of Glasses . BcMlon. Cm4Cutl4 homo. WILBUR R. SMITH Iiloaot ii.ihijiii nut a.AiMi..un.lcrthKfuryr. JJvlrl'iilMpl. UJlr attending ibU i- imduatm. llfgiaanjtlmo. HO Kuiplormrnr. miuirnt tnr martvmttittl TllOOa3t! M ?or particular, addma UXINOTON, KY. Io.ittnn. Diploma tnardrl tfrwlal for lor E1E, EAR, THROAT, NOSE 0WENSB0R0. KY. USE LI V-VE- R-L NEW AX NOT SOLD U N,D E R THK 8EWINQ MACHINI OF QUALITY. . For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. ANY OTHER NAME. HOME find It lf K j hoarder Is n man who Is more In-- tcrcstud In gclttui; his bite than lu gir. siuj; tils bit. A Italy Has "Stato Sugar." Especially drastic regulations govern the use of sugar In Italy. Its manufacture, distribution and sale are closely controlled, and lu part actuallj tuken over by tlio state. Sncchnrlno Is permitted to bo sold and used ns a substitute for sugur and the government manufactures u mixture of sncchnrlno nnd sugar called "State Sugur," which is largely used. German Sugar Ration Adequate. Germnny, beforo tho war, produced n great surplus of biigar and exported largo quantities. Today tho Germnns huvo vlrtuully gone out of tho export business, hut have plenty of cheap sugur for homo use. Wholesalo prices prevalent in tho Allied nations, according to Information received by tho United States Food Administration are as follows: Englnud, 10 cents a pound; France, 12 cents; Italy, 20 cents. While these lilrsh prices nro bolnjr pnld abroad the American wholesale price Is being held ut 7" cents. WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. If you purchase. tlieXKW HOMK you wilt Peel rfcht all tho time. Don't lav ofl have a Ufo afcsct at tho prlco you pay, by ironi worK for dayaVet-La- taking calome not have on end less chain of repairs. and will x when pleasant Liv- keeps yor on vour feet, whilorcliovintrvour troub Quality le. Safer too, nnd easy to take. Don" tako anything else. You pan't nfforc it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses uys tcm nnd relieves constipation. A natu the ural remedy, natural in its notions, sure in its effect and certain in results. It Cheapest won't bo long beforo Liu- - Vc-La- x wit completely displaco calomel m even in die end home.). Children can take it freely an) to buy. with perfect safety. Every bottlo guar nntecd. 50c nnd ?1 in bottles. Noni If you want n sowing machine, wrlto for penuino without the likeness nnd si;;uv our latest cnniloguo tnforo you lmrclmsn. turo of L. K. Grigsby, For sale by The New Home Sewinz Machine Co., Orange, Masi Hartford. K i U. WILLIAMS. P &hewwi!i(in ibsaaitfVfciVVAftSnH :m KJiSJIM . . Kl Succeed when everything els'? fails. In nscvoui proctratlo'i und ictnala .veaknessi they nro the supreme remedy, at ihousand3 have testified. Bitters STOP!ACHTKOUQLE III mo& FOR PERsniMAt uvoicmb Duiolvedlnvatcr for douche, .topr pelvic FOil aDNtEYLIVEnAND lllll I ! it la tho test imdlclns ever sold over a drugsls 'a counter. - catarrh, ulceration and Snflarn. matlon, Recommended by Lydia, E. rmkham Med. Co. for ten A heahng wonder for naanl catarrh, ore throat and .oro eye.. Econor.lcal fjL , Hm .lU.ord.Mr), "" " rli8i I BJ taoJdUl ration o3.i Couu.nv. Ilw. ki7. rM "J "f M SK 'HUtnrrTi v .. viUAfc AtttMM&dXJrnf tfifcS-.- ) j .. , - !,. 1 u word as used by sentinels Is supposed MAIL IS DELAYED to havo been his conception also. cavalrymen .of Tho most famous IN OCEAN TRANCIT antiquity woro tho Parthlnns. Their Invasion of Judca, 40 D. C, resulted In such terrible devastation of tho Xollrp of Market Kvchnntce Service. ago Is given nt 74 per cent, condition Inter tho terrors of tho Parthian gavo the Apostlo John tho Democratic Newspaper Raps In order to fncllltnto tlio dlstrlbu-tln- n at 75 per cent. Tobacco Is lato this Burleson's OfIdea for ono of his most vivid nnd exchange of agricultural year. Hemp ncrcngo has gono down con- pictures. " buy, products formers who dcslro to fice. cll or exchnngo cnttlo, hogs, sheep, siderably nnd Is given nt G4 per poultry, liny, seed, Bruins, feed nnd cent, whllo tho condition Is 87 per products may have cent. .miscellaneous $,.,', (Commorclal Appeal.) FOR FLETCHER'S Pastures aro light, condition being oflielr articles listed In tlio Market Tho futuro of tho Postofllco De: crops nro good, your name, 79 per cont. Hny JSTows lliillctlns. Olvo partment and tho other mall dellvory ' .jtfnddross, nrtlclo (and If llvo stock tho cstlmntcd yield In timothy beto secure tho arrival of let-trOF OHIO CO. forces iKMjrccd nnd ago) and prlco. Items to ing 1.3 tons por ncro. Alfalfa condi- TO THE TAXPAYERS to soldiers In Franco Is a scan' kV'v50 listed should bo addressed to the tion Is 88 per cent, whllo tho secdal. Word comes back from solSection 5 Chaptor 11 of Act 1018 )cpartment of Markets, Collcgo of ond cutting ylolded 1.3 tons por ncro. diers who havo been In France for Lexington, Ky., nnd Orchard grass is given at 84 per Contains tho following provisions: three months nnd whoso parents Vgrlculturo, ;1'XI "It shnll bo tho duty of tho tax- have written them every day should bo mailed not Inter than cent condition nnd tho cstlmntcd that Acreage payers of tho county to appear nt pub- - yield Is l.G tons per ncrc. Monday evening of tho week of ofllco of tho Tax Commissioner letters havo not been received. of cow peas Is given at 84 per cent, tho filcatlon. Newspapers, addressed In single wrap-po- rs To avoid rollstlng of nrtlclcs nl; whllo condition Is 89 per cent. Soy between tho dates July tho 1st and to officers and soldiers, have October 31st and furnish said Tax heady purcliaBcd, sold or exchanged beans ncrcngo Is 8G por cent, whllo not been received. Commissioner a complete list of their only up- - condition is 8G por cent. iuturo listings will bo mndo The soldiers In Franco have rights Acrengo of second crop of Irish property of all kinds nnd description" fon renownl of application to this of- nnd privileges ns citizens which must Now In compllanco with said Act. Iflce. This sorvlco Is rendered free potatoes Is given at 71 per cent, nnd my deputies not bo denied them, as well as for chnrgo to producers, nnd will bo tho condition 75 per cent. Sweet I, or ono or moro of fot my ofllco at tho court us. If tho postal authorities cannot carried on n scpnrato sorles of bul potatoes acrcago Is 86 per cent, and will bo In houso to servo you. In order to avoid deliver the mail to tho soldiers let letins than tlioso carrying other mar-Js- condition Is 87 por cont. them give up tho Job and turn It over Garden acreage is 91 por cent, dolny and rush plcaso roport at tho news sorvlco. to the army, and if the army officers possible dato, earliest and tho condltlons'nre 83 per cent. cannot do It, let tho president, for Respectfully, Fruits are very scarce. fitt.ininni1 UlllltlflV li'llftll Worlf. them, get some others who can. D. E. Ward. generLive stock Is reported In a I T. ..1.. In rPiMMnaann linvn rnflia The finest stimulant for tho morTax Commissioner. ally thrifty condition, averaging 90 ale of the soldiers in Franco Is the ed to punish persons nccuscd of work per cent. Several localities roport knowledge that all ls well at home. on fnrms on Sundays, but have com- - a scarcity of llvo stock. Condition GERMANY ALARMED so doing. This wns If certain departments of the govmended them for of poultry shows nt 94 per cent. RY TURN OF THINGS ernment would take less time in talkreported to tho Department of Agrl- With tho great shortngo of labor, J culture's recent farm labor conference ing about uplift and get down to farmers nro busier than ever before (Amsterdam Dispatch.) practical, ovoryday work of serving In Ulrmlnghnm, Ala. Not long ngo In their endeavors to meet tho presThere ls increasing anxiety in Gor- - the soldiers as they should bo served, tho rurnl churches of Indiana, In n ent situation and save the crops. It mnny over the situation na it has de our men In Europo would bo much conferenco at Purduo University, Is bolloved that through veloped In recent months, according happier. It Is quite took tho position thnt methods tho crops will bo propHandels- Letters from Memphis to civilians Tight nnd proper to do fnrm work on erly housed nnd cared for and that to a Rerlln dispatch to the blad. Tho despatch reads: Sunday work Is' neIn Paris go through promptly. The Sunday If that tho situation is being met by tho "Tho number of thoso In Germany writer has a letter in his hands from cessary to produce food crops to help farmers of Kentucky. who, llko Dr. Richard von Kuchl-man- a soldier which has been on the road whip Germany. Respectfully, former Foreign Secretary, for six weeks. Yesterday he reMAT S. COHEN, aro convinced that force of arms will ceived a letter from a civilian InParls Poultry HuImts. Outlook flood for Commissioner of Agriculture. not put Germnny on her feet again, which was on the road less than three Nine per cent fewer eggs were In nnd thnt, nfter four years, tho war weeks. Ask Anyone "Who Hiis Used Ir. "hand on July 1, 1918. ns compared should now come to nn end, ls steadcold-stor- There aro families who always aln ily growing. to July 1, 1917, In tho 402 ngo plants which recently made re to keep a bottlo of Chamberlain's Justification for a less comfortable ports to tho llurcnu of MnrKcts. ino Colic nnd Diarrhoea Hpmcdy In tho feeling now than a fow months ago, FOR FLETCHER'S movement of eggs from storngo for houso for use in enso It Is needed. not only as a result of the retreat consumption purposes began nearly nn(l flnd that lt , 8not only n B00(1 from tho Mnrno nnd the American n month earlier this year than usuai. investment but saves them no end danger, but also on account of the When the baby is sufforlng the poultry of suffering. As to Its reliability, This condition, nccordlng to situation In Austria. Tho Russian double affliction of hot weather and tho United Stntcs De- nsk anyono who has used it. m question, however.ls the ono which of specialist bowel disorders, the remedy needed partment of Agriculture should bo causes tho greatest anxiety to all." Is McGeo's Baby Elixir. It reduces Incentlvo to every poultry n spccinl "Satans" ls the pet nnmo for Amer the feverish condition, corrects the producer to work faithfully for good ican soldiers among the men In the stomach and checks looseness of the production In tho early winter. German Army according to a letter bowels. Price 25c and 50c per botFor Infants and Children written by Lieut. Ranko, who, ns tle. Sold by Ohio County Drug ComMore ShiM-- on CuMHor Lund. In Use For Over Years "oITIcer-wa- r correspondent," writes pany. m cut-ovlands The utilization of Always bears for German papers stories of Individ as grazing pasture for in Michigan the "THAT WORD "HELL." && ual deeds of bravery by Germans sheep is being Investigated by tho Signature of whoso names, addresses and occupa H- United Stntes Department of Agritions are given as tending to encour You sometimes hear, "It's cold as culture and T. It. Marshal of tho Hell," age locnl patriotism. Husbandry Division Is now on AVAHKAHK IN AXl'IKNT DAYS. In a letter to the Duesscldorf Nach- - Tls often said, "It's hot as'Hell;" nn inspection trip in tho Northern Tho first standing army was form- - rlchten ho tells of a skirmish between When rain pours down, "It's Hell," iim Rtnio. SInco this work they cry; n patrol of men from that city with '"'.( started last spring a numuor oil - " i.v Qn..i mm n r -- j was sword came from undent an American patrol, who by their It's also "Hell" when lt Is dry. . The farmers havo embarked In tho sheep- Egypt. Syria and Asia Mlnor.Indla "Impudent audacity" had been giving "We hate llko Hell" to see lt snow: land valbusiness and find cut-ov"Tf'a n TToll nt n wn,, wlion If cfartal nnd throught tho western world. It tho Germans much trouble. Both parniablo for grazing sheep. Several to blow shapes ties woro hidden in shell craters, he companies In this district havo been was In Egypt that tho three originated, these says, and stalked each other for nine Now, how In the "Hell" can a person sword blado o ..i i.. online formers In of tho tho straight, tho curved and the teen hours, with tho result, nccordlng 1111(31 C3U tell being buying shcop. sword was to the story, that three wounded Am- Just what Is meant by this word Tho Roman ,'half curved. wm "Hell?" 'lnrgcr than that of tho Greeks, and erican "Satans" woro brought in. .Aii it?. nirti n frnntl ilnril in empire many of tho For their work their enptors received That married life Is "Hell," they say, the days of tho ":...,... i,nv ami In ,, -- ...,ii IIIU llliyuiiiu. ,..i When you come home late there ls nn Iron Crosses. !, ' stretch frequently It Is nn want to "Hell" to pay. An unofficial despatch from Berlin with precious sheaths were so covered unmlstnkablo symptom of malaria, treasures. Among the Moslems the says that the German retreat on the "Hell, yes," "Hell, no," and "Oh, nnd unless you do something at once h.gest title given to x Hell." too, night of Aug. 1 on tho main front beof chills, booked nnd "The Hell you don't" nnd "The Hell Tho tween Solssons nnd Rhelms "own Ls "tho -- word ilerblne is a chill medicine thnt will you do." southwest of tho latter city was carIt early as 1879 B. C prevent or euro tho disease. "Tho Ilullets of stono were used In 1514, ried out after everything useful to And "What in tho Hell" and h limiiirltloi nn which .1.1...... .,, Hell lt Is," general use tho Allies had been removed or debombs came Into malarial germ thrives, strength- - whllo "Tho Hell with that" and "Tho Hell 1634' 1Jomb, v1e"e1,B "ns ho liver and cleanses tho bow-.i- " th,0,r stroyed. All supplies and ammunition with this," In good time and the re woro removed PI o In origin Price OOc. Sold by Ohio Conn- -' And "Who In Hell?" and "Oh, Hell, crops woro largely harvested. 111 mu i"" jjj iirsi uiiiiuuii-Drug Company. Where?" Tho statement says tho withdrawal the sixteenth century. I of tho troops who were In tho first And "What In Hell do you think U5 l " " l" ol "u KHXTUCKY ritOP REPORT caro7" - lino occurred without tho loss of a Artlllory constructS OF AUGUST 1, HUH. the year 1338. The "Hell Of lt is" nnd "It sure Is led of brass first appeared In 1035. man Hell" Among tho curiosities of artillery Whllo scattering showers brought' And still wo don't know what in Hell inventions havo ngrent place. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. some relief In sections, much of tho odd ls Hell. been made of the most Cannon State Ib In need of rain for growing unlikely havo Leather was materials. Ohio Circuit Court. rains ' crops. In certain localities Surgeons agree that in cases of early ns HonryVII. a dny,at S. L. St. Clair, Admr., etc. Cuts, Burns, Bruises and Wounds, liavo been plentiful, but tho largest need Iloulogno. Tho Scotch vs. area of tho State is In need of mols- - tho siege of guns tho first treatment ls most Imporin 1040 to batter Barbary Lunsford, etc. reports com- - used leather tant. When nn efficient antiseptic turo nccordlng to crop nt Now-fl- rt All persons having claims against is applied promptly, thero Is no dan Ing to this Department ns of August Lord Conway's fortlllcatlons iboumo. Artlllory was first used tho estate of J. C. Lunsford, deceas- gcr of Infection nnd tho wound bo Algoclras, ed, will fllo samo with mo at my ofyield of wheat ls not coming l war by tho Moors nt For use on gins to heal at once. Tho used by tho English, by direct- - llco In Hartford, Ky., on or boforo oulto up to expectations, but tho (man or boast, Borozono Is the Ideal "i mo uovun.u. Ui .u., ... -- o tho 9th day of September, 191S, prop-orl- y nntlsoptlc nnd healing agent. Buy Fi tlmnte on this ns a State nvorago Is proven and vorlfled. iron uuiieis woro ursi uiuiuiuuuu compareu given at 12 buBhols us i lt now and bo ready for an emergen' In 1550. Muskets Given under my hand this 7th day cy. Prclo 25c, 50c, $1.00 nnd $1.50 11 bushols per ncro last year. in tho Focdora with In 1414, durintf tho of August, 1918. Sold by Ohio County Drug Co . m This would innko total production woro first used chnln OTTO C. 6t3 tnr Mm wHw nt whnnt at something slcgo of Arras, . whllo .,.. ,.., shotitrt, .. Rtntn u ... uumirai, r wns. Mustor Commissioner MARTIN. u Ohio Circuit uovico oi a umen TUB FOURTH LIBERT!' LOAN. In many Hko 11,190,000 bushols. Court. d of tho in 1C6G only about plnces o, Tho bnyon.et, was invented In Tho campaign for tho Fourth Lib threshing Is dono, whllo In othors it Franco, In 1670. Tho entonto allies excluding Rus- erty Loan will bogln Soptomber 28, nearly flnlEhed. The whont In Js Pistols woro first omployod by tho sia and Including only those British nnd close Octobor 19. Tho result of fihock ls damaging. the loan will bo watched with keen nr,, in hn nart of Hrltlsh cavalry in 1544. Tho rovolv- - dominions which are i.'ri chambered breech of tho pistol nnd only tho United States proper Interest in Europe, not only by our tho State Is Jamaged by drouth. havo 11,000,000 square miles of ter- a.ssoclates In the war against tho avorago tho condition of corn was paiuniuti uy uuii in iwu, n Stnto ! Muskots supplanted tho bow and ritory, 303,000,000 people, nnd Teutonic powers but by our onomles. Is given nt 93 por cent and tho stata of national wealth. lt will bo regarded by thorn as a ls fairly good nnd with arrow among the uruisn soiuiery of cultivation nation Tho central powers havo 1,50,-00- 0 inoasuro of the Amorlcan people's ample rnlnrall during August Into In 1521. Spain was tho first muskets, squaro miles of torrltory, support of tho war. crops will make a much bettor yield to equip foot soldiers with peoplo, and $134,000,000,-00- 0 shortly boforo tho end of tho sixTho Germans know full woll tho than the outlook now. of national woalth. tremendous weight and significance preliminary ostlmnted yield of teenth century. The Tho mlnlo rlflo wns Inventod about Thontonto owo an aggregate debt of tho popular support of the war, rye is given nt 12& bushols per of ?C9, 000, 000,000, which Is about 'of tho peoplo at homo backing up tho would maljo n total pro- 1833 by M. Mlnlo, of Vlnceunes. ncro, which Tho battorlng ram had its bonnlng 14 per cent of their total assets. Tho Army in tho flold. As tho loan sucduction for tho Stnto of 412,500 with Artomones, 441 U. C, whllo tho central powers owo $37,000,000,000, ceeds our enemies will sorrow; as it whllo oats aro given at 22 bushols, arranged In a regular llneo or 28 per cont ot their national falls short they will rojolco. Every bushols por aero, which would yield first nrmy dollar subscribed will help and enproduction of 0,975, 000, bush- of battlo was that of Palamodes of wealth. n total courage tho Amorlcan soldiers and Argas. ols. ot Try a Republican ad. to sell your hurt and dopress tho enemies Palamedes Is credited with dlvls-In- g Hurley tobacco acrcago Is given tho Idea of placing sentinels with property, either real or personal.lt America. glv at 87 per cent, whllo condition ls Tho loan will be a test ot tho loy- will pay you. around a camp. Tho watch at 81 per cont. Dark tobacco tf Farm Department s!J ) Ket Contents lSTluid Pfachwj CASTORIA For Infants and Children. Children Qry CASTORIA es IBM v m Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria 2 u ' I AVe&laWcfrcparationrorAs-- , similnlinSlteFoodbyRcgula-- i linlhfMQnmisanuuu"" m .- Always Bears the -. .niin.s rtMcsliofl Cheerfulness andRcstCofllauis neither Oplam.Morphlncnor Signature of Mineral. Not Naiicotk LV In JlxhlUSJlt hto 'la lz.n M . t'amSml h?nhrrrrit '. ct flanr An"iPluintl i j' wv3 i r I Ayr a ' ....... mi; and '" Vrrchnoss . Use For Over LOSSOFStEfP . "' . . ..C:Atllf(fflUi - mil i"e., ,DnTcciUnGowwa3'- MaMtfffnfrwiirH EiAftiUiBvV9W7V Exact Copy of Wrapper. Njoyss Thirty Years CASTORIA THC CtNTAUIt COMPINT, n. a HtW TOK CITT. Children Cry !VrV,W( PHOENIX SILK HOSE ALL COLORS CASTORIA CASTO R lA p er 30 An-lm- nl $1.50 to $2.00. HARTFORD, KY. cSSrS3SSSS'raflSSSSSSSSSS3t ,- -t ....',! ' er Hub Clothing Co. -- 1 .1 foTren .wjjjrot I Starck Pianos && -- 2. ,nrn.c l No Money in Advance Sntlsfac (loa Guar LowentNet - ' -P n(eed Prices Terms A. CTARCK f. 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STARCK PIANO CO., ally and willingness ot tho peoplo ot tho United States to make sacrifices ot compared with tho willingness our soldiers to do their part. Thero must be and will be no failure by tho peoplo to measuro up to the cour 1318 Starek Bids.. CHICAGO Ku-rop- on age and dovotion of our men In o. Muny of them havo given up their lives; shall wo nt homo withhold our money? Shall we spare our dollars whllo they spare not their very lives? Lv fr I I JtKAVKR DAM. scales on their wagons and havo thorn a In working order by noxt Saturday Tho Infant child of Mr. Forest nnd tho othor that thoy must Boll conTho crop3 in this community arc suffering severely from tho drought. Cnsebler, of Illinois, was buried nt sumers ico nt actual weight and at a maxmlmum cost of 40 cents por 100 Itev. W. Ft. Edgo has bought Ar- Prentiss Saturday nftornoon. Lecturer Upholds Extravagance thur Whtehouso'fl farm, team and Mr. Claud McKinnoy, of Brazil, S. pounds. wagon. Mr. Whltchouso Is dispos- A., is the guest of rolativca hero. Mnny complaints havo been rccolv-c- d of the Wealthy. Word has been received hero of by Mr. Ogdon, ho says, that tho ing of nil of his property In anticipatho death of Mr. Remus Carter, of ico mon rofuso to soil at actual tion of lmmcdlato army service. Lavish Expenditure for Luxuries Mr. Richard Lamastus and family, Contral City, but formorly of Beavor-e- r weight which means thoy refuso to Means That the Prosperity of Dam. Mr. Carter is survived by nllow for tho "shrinkage" of leg. and Mr. Llm Wells and family, of the Country Is Assured, Is AsGreenville, woro guests Saturday a son, and two daughters. Their profit, Mr. Ogdon points out, sertion He Makes. . Mr. Nicholas Hazelrlgg, of tho is twenty cents on each 100 pound? night and Sunday of tho family of United States army, who is stationed which is sufficient to cover loss as a Mr. Sim Edgo. "Because wo nro (lie most linury-lovin- g Mrs. Alslo Weeks, of Canalou, Mo at Now Orleans, La., is visiting his result of shrinkage. Vigorous proso-cutlopeople on earth, we nre nlso visiting friends and rel- parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Hazolwill follow Ico men who vithe richest; therefore wo have been who has been olate his rules, Mr. Ogdon says, addcalled upon to flnnncc nnd to fight atives In this community, returned rlgg. Sho was accom Mrs. John Vellcr nnd sons will ing ho will welcome reports of to n finish this most extravagant of homo Wednesday. all wars, mid we nro nble to do It," panied homo by her aunt, Miss Viola leave next week for a motor trip violations. through Indiana nnd Illinois. said B. Leroy I'clletlor, speaking on Wcsterflcld. "Prosperity," nt Detroit. Mrs. Dorothy Bnrrass has returnMr. L. C. Canary has chargo of tho HAIL INSURANCE. "Wo hear n lot nowadays to the Ellmltch switchboard now. ed from a visit to relatives In Hcr-rleffect that we Americans nro n III. Mr. Ilomio Helton, wlfo and daughThe Hail Storm Season is wnstcful and extravagant people. Mr. Harry Leach, of, Oklahoma, ter, Louise, of near Sulphur Springs, And It Is said hy way of condemnaInsure Your Tobacco ' nt least of reproof. Vet spent Sunday with Mr. Helton's par- who is visiting his parents, Mr. and Here. tion, or Mrs. Jasper Loach, will return homo with CAL P. KEOWN, when the war had heen precipitated ents, Mr. and Mrs. J.. H.kHolton. Hart by tho most frugal people on eurth Mr. Arthur Whltehouso and wlfo next week. ford, Ky. 3t2 except the more primitive races of arc visiting relatives near Hartford Mr. and Mrs. Noble Taylor aro re savages tho extravagant nation was this week. ceiving congratulations upon tho birth asked to finance and to prosecute tho SIRS. S. C. HALKV GETS of a son. t war to n successful finish. LETTER FROM BROTHER Mrs. Ernest Taylor spent the wcok HUX I'HKSS ALAKMKD "Wc expect to do this from the surAT 11U.3SLYX OUTLOOK end In Owensboro. plus left from our exlrnvagance. Yes I Dear Sis: I received your lettor Mrs. Luctta Blankcnshlp is visiting And It Is becnuse of our extravagance hor sister, Mrs. Betty Navo, of Ow- today. Was more than glad to hoar Amsterdam, Aug. 13. Tho thnt wo have the money to do It. from you. I am Just back from tho newspapers show much pertur cnsboro. "China has great resources. Why nro not the Chinese wealthy? Mr. Luther Render, who was op- - front line, whero I spent several clays. bation over the situation in Russia they have worn the snmo style as it affects Germany. crated on for blood poisoning, in It was quito interesting for about two of clothes for n thousand years, and hours ono day. It was my first bap "Inexorable fate Is driving Ger- Louisville, is improving. have subsisted on one diet plain rlcol many Mr. W. B. Wise has sold his farm tism of flro, nnd you can't lmaglno toward a fresh state of war Tho Japanese tried the same form of how I felt, I stood my post Just tho frugality for centuries and Just man- with Russia unless a remedy shall bo to Mr. Sam Rhoads. Mrs. Eliza Raloy is very ill at her same. I havo been transferred to aged to subsist. When they began to found at the last moment," says tho tho Scouts, to make "no man's land" homo, near Rob Roy. copy American 'extrnvngances' they Vosslscho Zeltung of Berlin. beenme n world power. Mr. Bee Malln, who was stationed ours.' My duties will now bo moro Tho newspaper describes the Ger"It doesn't matter that the $5,000 man embassy's flight from Moscow to at Ft. Oglethorpe, Ga., was buried Interesting, ns this branch is of moro roodster Is a to tho son Pskov as "a retreat from Russia," at Liberty last week. interest than tho othor service. of n rich man, or that the luxurious I am glad to hear that Mother Is a "A nation torn limousine could bo dispensed, with by and continues: Improving nnd you don't know how ROILED DOWX. asunder by a thousand conflicts and the rich 'man himself that doesn't good I feel when I receive n lettor weakened by revolution and civil war matter. An attempt by the Detroit City from home and hear oMier improve"The point Is. those luxuries, those has yet found the energy and enough extrnvngances, those are unanimity to tear up the Brest-Litov- Railway to collect six cent fares re ment I think of her every day. From PRVT. LEO. BRACKEN, virtually essential to the millions of peace treaty. This much is sulted in riots in every part of tho men and the families of the men whose clear: Tho peace made at Brest-Lltov- city. The City Council came to the F. Co., 60th Infantry, Jobs depend on the making of our "Somewhere" In France. rescue, and fixed fares at five cents. no longer" exists." MAOAN. : r 'P3irr"-Nt0!'!l DO WELL TO SPEND onu MAN opptiATna noTH jMACTon if p4 WSMp Vr-.'. A 'IWfin&)J'- - ;, . fr n, Electrically Governed 18 Horse Power with the New wV&sJSrajl jfcmm4 Molinc-Univcrs- - The perfected engine of the new ovcrlicad-valvMolmc-Uni-vcrsal c Trader, rto-cnu-se engrain separator or silage cutter, with a belt speed of between and 3000 feet a minute. Variations in load do not adect 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 and makes it run steadily under alt 24-in10-inMolinc-Univcrsal Molinc-Univcrsal Model D, develops on the belt, pulling a non-ecntl- sk sk twentieth-centur- y vehicle. "The sewing machine, the phonoWRITES TO I'AREXTS. COOL SIMUXGS. The Senate Military committee has graph, the electric light, the piano, the unanimously reported favorably tho furniture; yes, the very schools whereEverett Chapman sends message of in the workmen's children are eduMr. and Mrs. O. N. Stewart and bill making the draft age from 18 ND IMPLIlMnNT ONO MAN OPnnATCS POTM TnACTOn, lovo and goodwill to the loved ones cated, are tho direct result of the crav- children visited Ira and Orlando Cox, to 45. ing on the pnrt of the rich mnn for at Smallhous, Saturday night and back home. those luxuries. "Somewhere" in France, Under the new revenue bill all Sunday. "Here's to the wealthy mnn and to July 17, 191S. persons who work, except ministers, Tho meeting at Wysox is the rich womnn who Is extrnvngnnt Dear Father and Mother: How nicely. farmers and those employed on govfor these play the game. They pass Mr. Thomas Tate left for Stithton ernment work, must pay a tax of ten are you an: wen, i nopo. I am tne prosperity around. Hank sophls feeling flno. I havo learned a few try those phrases, 'an old suit Is a Monday, where he will work at the dollars a year. T'l'l.nnl. imtn www hadeo of honor.' nml 'n rtnltnr nnid tn Icamenter's trade. uiiiu nuius, a boy to play with Is a traitor dollar.' j Mr. and Mrs. Mont Tate and son, According to the Paris Figaro tho j H you hear or read about tho big If taken seriously they would result; and Mrs. Fannye Scott, attended tho .Miles have captured 70,000 prisoners larado nt Lyon, Franco, you can say In terrible suffering In a short time. your boy wns in It. Thero was one patriotic meeting at Liberty since July 15. conservation, not by short rn- - ' battalion of tho Americans there, Hnnllll hilt hv rlmnnlni, nn. .llt lua' Hazelrigg and four nations woro represented; Mr- visited his sister, It Is reported that Austria mon. to use those n,i Min cannot be shipped so ns to supply our ' Mrs- - W11Uo Lee' SaturUar and Sun" ing soldiers to the rescue of the the United States, French, English and Italians. It was indeed a grand Huns on the western front. allles with those that contain the most da'- spectacle. I only wish you could nourishment In the most compact form Mr. Goodall and family, of Butler 9-1that Is commendable. Every Intel- - county, were the guests of Mr. Good-llgen- t, 4 300,000 American soldiers are now have been there, and could havo seen patriotic American lndonses It all's brother, Robert Goodall, from actually fighting on the battle lino in it. Our great leader was thero; tho ,Frlday unt Sunday. Bn;,,I?"d,yidolltap,,rt France, and another million are bo- - streets were crowded with people and ..t. , v........jr iu uu IHWS Mp Hnrrv Wnnflhnm nf RnMrnnrf , the cheers and hand clasps wore won- hind the lines In training. of economics. And they nre laws, not dorful. These people over hero aro visited his brother, here, Saturday GRAND SUNDAY PRELIMINARY PROGRAM merely rules." y "" A German submarine, operating off certainly proud of us. """" night and Sunday. iv Well, I havo Just finished my washThavlu's Band of World Famed Soloists Mr. and Mrs. Morte Tate and Mr. the Atlantic coast, launched a gas Music a War Horror. coast guard sta- ing, and I am writing while my A grim story Is told of nn air raid on and Mrs. T. C. Dennis and little attack against the Chorus of 30O Volcss Paris. . If its truth wore not vnnr-lim- l daughter, Iva, attended the Asso- - tion and lighthouse at Smith Island. clothes dry. 1 am at the same place, Two Flights by Ruth Law but be sure you do not put tho name for by the most respectable authority I elation at Clear Run Wednesday, No fatalities resulted. one would say that It was an invention of this place on your cnvelopo when $78,000.00 Total Premium of Do Maupassant In his most macabre j MINE OFFICIALS 978,000.00 Joseph W. Folk has been nominat you write to mo. I will close. EXAMINATION $15,000.00 Beef Cattle Show 8addle Horse Stake $10,000.00 Your devoted son, rescuVvns , The Board of Examiners will meet ed by the Democrats of Missouri for going on In ono of tho $10,000.00 EVERETT L. CHAPMAN. ....Fatted and Feeding Cattle 8how $10,000.00 houses which had suffered most the at tho 0,nce of the Ch,et InsI)ector United States Senator. My two dear little brothers: How me .Mines, uexingion, ivy., on crowd was suddenly horrified by tho oi RUTH LAW Five negro women are working as aro you? I am all right. I would AUTO POLO uennm notes or the "Ilnknczy March," fourth Monday in August to hold an AUTOMOBILE RACES blared out apparently by a strong brass examination for applicants for Mine section hands on the Providence sec- love to hoar from you. How is Mack Aerial Queen Sport Thriller World'a Craok Driver nana, tvery one was nclinst nt so Foreman and Fireboss certificates. tion of tho L. & N. railroad. They aro getting along? Well, boys, I guess Da Luxe Hippodrome Show Magnificent MWay 8peclal R. R. Ratea . . llfnifnl nr t.o.,l .III .. . -- ..... .... ...,.,. i, iL. imam or a lieroro any ono may enter tno exam-fl- paid $2.50 per day, and say it beats I will havo to lovo some of theso liton nn upper floor said that be had tle French hoys while I am over inatlon he must pay a feo of 2.00 to cock'n. . Send for Catalogue nn nrnlw.citnn """-"i .l.l..i. ""- i Fount T. Kremerr Seo'y Iar- hero. How would that suit you? Ha! of 604 Republic Building, Loulavllle, Ky. ...u.... linn-- , muu explosion must have the Auditor Ky., Public Accounts,j guess you would like .. and present tho reFrankfort, Jefferson county reports a million Ha! Don't Ml .i .1. ...... I -- .v 1. I. minimi, ai uie h.sk or their i that. From brother, EVERETT. refor to tho Board of Ex- - dollar rain Wednesday night. lives some firemen managed to reach lceipt txio machine, but In the dark, and not .amin(rs. OUR FRIEND DEWKV OVERSEAS LETTER SI'EAKS Knowing nhout Its mechanism, they C. J. NORWOOD, 'ould not stop It. It went on till tho KNOWN IN FRANCE IMPORTANCE OF MORALE Chief Mine Inspector. floor on which It stood collapsed. A plucky Kentucky girl donned "Every man must make his own German Rubber Grove. Women to Prove Their Heroism. The capture and occupation of Ger- decision theso days, but that decision overalls and wont to the fields on What with keeping the wolf from man East her fathor's farm, to take n place Africa by tho British forces is the test of the man. her own door and helping France, her and ono coatof did tho revealed the fact that the Germans had "Tho trouble Is that you aro so far made vacant by a farm hand called t next door neighbor, keep from her planted In job. But not for Frames alone, for this colony extensive tracts away that you do not realize how to the service; wo mentioned tho premises the groundhogs who have of anything that needs reflnlshlng use rubber trees of the manlhot species. near you really aro. pretty incidont; English and French overrun Europe, England has been bnv-ln- g The manlhot rubber tree cannot be exherself with nowspapens copied the notice, and a "America deludes a tolerably busy time. But, pected to Increase Its yield year she Is now engaged In n cru- year, for the bark thickens nftcr after bunk about Germany being beaten, soldier In far away Franco writes to tapsade to keep the rats from her food, ping and the tree ceases to yield after starved, ruined and all that. God her: according to an address on the war five years. But It "Somewhere" In Franco, g thrives In hot, dry knows you aro shutting your eyes to service being rendered by the women climates where other kinds cannot live, the facts. July 0, 1918. of England which was recently dellv-- ! Attii.'iii.ii.rii.iiMii...HviiiM..n! , Poo Geo "Tho whole moral of an army de- Miss Dewey Johnson, ered before tho women's department ed out and replaced with young plants, comes In 20 Natural I This combined Stain and Varnltk ! easily upon tho men's knowledge that Hartford, Ky. pends Vood nnd Enamel of tho National Civic reiteration. which begin to yield In about ttfo thoy will bo well cared for If wounded ' applied and ataure perfect remits at " Dear Miss Johnson: A lettor from Colors. White. Gold, Jr in listing the residences of the yearn. Tho species of rubber trees from smaucosu UKtorColoKjCoxd. and Silver, 15c up. Franco will, I supposo, surprise you. rodent population of 40.000,000 upon which the great bulk of tho world's or sick." whom war Is being relentlessly waged i rubber products are In such a vein, one captain, now I made up my mind that I would JAMKS ir. WILLIAMS, manufactured Is Hartford, Ky. .in- - tiujiii'ii scrveu as census tnuer.s and i the heves with tho Army Medical Cori3 in like to hear from the girl who halls 1IEAVKK DAM TIN COM1W.W, Deaver Dam, Ky. went without chairs upon which to Franco, writes to his father and from Kentucky; tho girl thnt came stand ut the first sound of a mouse's home from collego and donned a pair mother from over seas. Germans Practically Slaves. squeak, It Is evidence of the heights of overalls to held on dad's farm. As in almost every lettor from A confession made by a German of heroism to which the necessities of agent when being Well, you uro ono girl who is dodays, tho importance At sentenced In Norway battle have lifted them. for espionage casts u vivid light upon keeping up the morale of the army ing her "bit," as wo call It, for wo but in timo ho will be easily over- Swift & Company, and came much In various happenings In this and other is stressed. come by Undo Sam. I really do not contact That moralo the Amer- lads "ovor horo." Gulls as Submarine Detectors. with farm' people. In fact, countries slnco tho war begun. Ono ican Red Cross is working to keep at I supposo you will wonder how think tho tlmo will bo very long Dr. A. D. IVntz, Jr., of Now I spent a llttlo moro J.aiven, who had heen convicted in than a year on In tho world I ovor came to know either, but still ono can never toll. a largo highest pitch. L. I., has developed n plan for the Norwegian courts, ranch In n said: Kanthese few llttlo things. Well, yes With bullets, shells, gas, liquid flro sas, e tislng gulls to tflKclnsQ tho presence of "Kvory time n German abroad Is re liororo going west I was in tho terday, which was tho fourth of July, and knives minlmr nt vnn nwn,. nowapapor ltKADS ODDLY KTUUNG. submarines. Ho miKgests that hoppers quested by u German ofliclnl or person business with my father, M inches long bo made of sheet steel n authority to carry out an action a papor landed in iny hands, nnd of ntinuto It keeps ono on his toes every but the country llfo appealed moro am! bolted to the tops of submarines, (By I. D. Clalro.) course I read it from top to bottom, Hour or tho twonty-fou- r. man In question Is compelled to eye for to mo. In An the to be filled with chopped fish, which obey, no matter It is too blessed hot to string 'm. and I camo across the llttlo article an oyo and a tooth for u tooth Is our good old fact, when I return to tho what the nature of the may he released from time to time hy United States I am going In regard to you. So you sco how slogan, when wo can not glvo him action." west to stay. means of n crunk apparatus inside tho things travel, oven in Franco. THAINS INSl'KCTOH It more than ho is giving us. vessel. In this way gulls will be taught Well, I would welcome n lotter Tables Turned. GUNS OX ICK MEN was In the Iarls edition of the ChiMI38 Johnson, 1 hall from Now to associate submarines with food and from you vory much. I should llko "You used to scold your boy Josh cago Tribune. Well, Miss Johnson, York, Just twonty-tw- o will gather clamorously over any submiles from to hear from yon frequently. a great deal." Y I am anxious to know just how your good (Louisville Times.) marine that may appear In tho waters old Uroadway. My grand fath- would bo doing "Yes," replied Fanner Corntosscl. not only me, bit Inspector of Weights and Measures mind is working now. I suppose in er was born in Kentucky, but not so many The scheme has the Indorsement of thf. "Hut he's even for nny wo others a great favor. National Association of Audubon Soci- gave him. All wo think uneasiness Is Ogden Is aiming his guns at the Ice a whirl. . with mo. I supposo you havo spent about now . Very truly yours, eties and is receiving serious attention runnln' tho farm and investlu' money man. Over hero in Franco wo lads aro tho most of your llfo on the farm. Sorgt. Spencer H. McAlister, rom the United States nuvul The Inspector Issued two rules this nard at tho bloody Hun. Ho cor Woll, It is tho only place. I have In war bonds In a way he'll approve ol Company M, 305 Inft,. morning, one that Ico men must carry I tainly is a dirty animal to deal with, traveled all through tho west when he gets home." for American Ex. Forces. I m or electric lighting plant arc only a few of the many uses to which the Moline-Univcrcan be put. Unusual economy is shown by the Tractor, because of conthe perfected ovcrhcad-valv- c engine, with struction of the Molinc-Univcrsal conditions. The pulley on the Tractor is located directly in front of the engine, making it easy to change from one operation to another. Running a silo filler, corn shredder, feed grinder, wood saw, clover luillcr, hay press, water pump Molinc-Univcrsal bore and long stroke, and valves that measure half the diameter of the combustion chamber. A specially designed intake manifold heats and dries the gas to a perfect condition for burning. These features in combination extract every ounce of energy from the gasoline, producing power zt remarkably low cost. al 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 bearings, lubrication under 35 pounds pressure, alloy steels and careful machining; civc it the stamina to stand up for lone; runs under full load. al The real superiority of the Tractor, however, lies in field work. Here it enables one man to perform every field operation, including planting, linncMng and cultivating. Its universal adaptability practically docs away with horses and also solves the farm help problem. It is easily the most useful and greatest lalmr saving device ever invented for thc farm. Investigate ivhat this machine can do for you. Molinc-Univcrs- E. P. BARNES & BRO. BEAVER DAM, KY. a- Sun-"Fo- od .w I J Kentucky State Fair Louisville September SEPTEMBER 8 40 hV VT. I at iT::.". ...... . -- .. 't I Good as a new Frame Rc-Nu-L- ac lWPBE G&tf I ) ) ' 1 I north-wostor- I I T "MHvJ -- '" -- . f .I MFaMMattMU-'- ' i lAjMc-UAfer- ,