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The Hartford republican: August 23, 1918 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1918 hao1918082301_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: August 23, 1918 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1918 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ktft. J3S-- X !& Fine Job Printing. VOL. XXXI. EXAMINATIONS NOW COMPLETE Class 1 DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $ .50 per Year 1 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 23, 1918. Glllotlno E. Fuqun, Dundee. Edward Baize, Simmons. Eular Hcnnliig, Hartford, It. G. Roy Bratchcr, Rockport. Jno. M. Woodburn, Prentiss. David R. WhlttliiBhlll, Fordsvlllo. Pum Shrevc, Narrows. R. 7. Ron F. Burden, Cromwell. Roy Fnught, Equality. " Carlos Hoflin, Simmons. David E. Cheek, Narrows. Ray Stevens, Fordsvllle.i It. 1. Oscar M. llornh, Warren, Ark. Geo. L. Tooley, Rockport. Alva J. Chapman, Hartford. It. G. Wnvy S. D.iugherty, Simmons. Eunice F. Farmer, Hartford, It. G. Fordsvlllo. Arthur Wliltehouso, It. 1. No. 8 LIFE THE TOLL OF 1 SPEED FIENDS BEWARE. Reckless automobllo speeding has borne Tho Inevitable lias happened. the fruit of death. It is rcmarkablo that this sad result has been so long delayed. So long ns nothing serious happened tho public was indifferent and tho law wnited with its usual patience. What has happened will happen again if tho public tolerates and the law hesitates. Tho law provides nmplo protection If the peoplo will take Uio courago to enforce it. Every observed violation of tho speed limit should be reported to tho proper who stand ready to onforco It. Racing on tho public highways Is inexcusable, and tho fools who Indulge in it should hnvo their license revoked. Tho court.s.havo authority to rovoko the license of wreckless and unsafe drivers, and tho public who must risk life In meeting them on the road, can by reporting such conduct, render travel safe, by weeding out those unfit to drivo machines. Tho public and ofllcials should 'not wait for further destruction of life to start a vigorous campaign to remove from the steering wheels irresponsible and Incapable drivers. Begin now a campaign to drive tho doath-drlvofrom tho public highways. ofil-cla- ls, rs ' Men 1918 Regis- trants Passed For Service. cd was committed at tho Clear Run church Sunday. It Is alleged tho boys have been n llttlo too gay In their conduct nt church for sometime, and Sunday carried their gaiety to such extremes that It was thouglit to call them to account. Tho courts havo llttlo mercy on persons charged with disturbing religious worship, and If proven guilty tho boys will pay dearly for their filn. ANOTHER HOME BOY LOST IN FRANCE Mrs. Sarah Lee, of Sunnydale, received notice last week that her son, Eddie Leo, who wns In tho battle on ho western front in Franco, was missing after tho action with tho enemy oh Juno 29. The war department was not able to report whether ho was killed In territory taken by tho enomy or had been taken prisoner. Lee was a regular army soldcir, and had been In the service about sixteen years. mm AN AUTO CRASH . Machines Colide On Pike One Killed Others Hurt. . 78 MEN RECLASSIFIED I .Men Registered In 1917 Also Given Final Ap- Ernest Price, McIIenry. Geo. H. Pryor, Spring Lick. proval. Examination of men who registered in 191S, not claiming exemptions, And, of tlioso nindo no appeal from the Local Hoard's decision placing them in class one, has been Anally placed in class 1 and not heretofore Funk, Hartford, It. G. Nowton J. Allen, "Renfrow. James A. Salkill, Simmons. Geo. It. Maples, Rockport. Ira D. , DESPONDENT MINER 2 DAVY SENT TO published: Itobcrt Shown, Hartford. R. 7. William Clyde Funk, Hartfotd. H 5. m 11. Edge, Narrows. It. 2. Lemon Hancock, Centertown. hoy W. Cummlnss, Olaton. William Jesse Hudson, Llvennore. Geo. lan William Itoby, Reynolds. It. It. o Charles Fulton. Martwlck. Josiah Jctt Haynes, WhltesvIIle. Wlllard D. D. Haugbn, Narrows R. 2 Harry Hobart Lou May, Hoy Cecil Harrison Hartford Southard, 1'rentlss. Bogard, Fordsvlllo. Daugherty, Hartford. It G. Elbert Phelps. McHcnry. lluric Hrltt, Cromwell. Owen Hudson, McIIenry. Itoscoo Englcr, Paradise. Mack Logsdon. lloslno. James Leslie Harrison, Dundee. Robt. St. Hurdette, Narrows. It. 2. Alron Stewart, Heaver Dam., Charllo Flener, Erjiiallty. Owen Harris, Heaver Dam. Herbert Evans, Phllpot. It 4. Ira Green Hucn, Cromwell. Walter Douglas, Barrett's Ferry. Noblo Rryau Dames, Prentiss. Roger York, Hartford. Elvis Murphy, Narrows. R. 2. Hobart Hoagland. Hartford. John Addison Howard, Rockport. McJames Coleman Carpenter, ivi F 1 M H A department did not name tho ship. Because of tho American skipper's d Earning, by manual labor, a circumstantial report and tho tangifor himself and family by a d ble evidence furnished by the man. totally blind, is the remarkable bow, tho story Is given cred- accomplishment of a citizen, of not accorded most of the acence Narrows, a small village in the north-em- " counts of submarine destructions end of this county. Thirty years m reaching tho navy. ago Sam Gentry, then a boy, lost his NEGItO IX WOODPILE. One. Tanker Sinks 1 Young, eyesight by an accident. vigorous" and A the An Atlantic Port, Aug. 20. There were a wholo bunch of neenemy submarine wns sunk off young man, being poor and unwilling fight Inquiry groes in the work or tho Atlantic coast by tho gun crew to become a charge on charity, set REPUBLICAN CLANS MEET. held in Judge Cook's court Wednes- of a British tanker, according to an about plans for earning his own livFive of tho colored day morning. ing. A small cJR bank, on his fath Tho Republican State Central Com gentry were hailed into court charg- - officer of tho tanker. IIenry. The tale of the battle between the er's farm, in which ho had somo Arnold Johnson, Fordsvlllo. R. 2. mlttoo met at the Seolbach Hotel, in ed with falling to respect tho thirty- was told today by training, offered the first opportun- G. A. It. NATIONAL REUNION tanker and Louisville, Friday night. Every dis Jesse Lyons, Reynolds. OPENS AT PORTLAND, ORE- six IIOUT vorK mw. unu ui Mieiu im- - John Crosby, chief mate of the form- ity for him to achieve his end, and Arthur Leo Raird, Hartford. R. 7. trlct was represented, and a largo cured a physician's certificate that ho er, from his bed In a hospital where years now he has for a number of Republicans was unable to work, and tho remain number of Stoy Hurt, Narrows. Portland, Ore., Aug. 20. To the supported his wife and children by wore present. Speeches were made ing four woro given until Monday toL he Is being treated for shock. Golden Shown, Hartford. R. G. Crosby is said to be in a serious digging coal. Every morning, sight matlal music of fife and drum, by Dr. Brunor, Mr. Heavrin', and And lobs. County Attorney Kirk Wendell Greer, WhttCHVlllo. condition. A remarkable feature of less and Hghtless, Gentry gropes his thousands of Civil War veterans other Republican nominees. "William Everctto Royal, Rosine. th(j b()y8 frank,y tUat no monkoy in the annual parade tho caso is that he feft no ill ef- way along the track rails to his room marched Geo. Hobart Torrcncc, Wlilto Run. ono of tho most largely attended business would go, and that they fects during the engagement, which In tho mine, labors until nightfall, of tho Grand Arniy of tho Republic, Archie Thomas Durgcss, Beaver commltteo meetings held In recent would have to go to work or go to took place last Friday and was In the approach of which he can de the spectacular feature of the nationyears, which Indicates a hopeful feelDam. It. 1. Jail. He also told them ho had been good health until yesterday morning. termine by tho change in al encampment, now In progress here. Rryant Southard,. Beaver Dam. ing for election results this fall. John informed a number of colored men Then, safely In port and beyond the way to the mouth Tons of thousands lined the r6ute of then feels his Haswoll, W. D. Cochran and 3. H. R. 2. yesterhad been, hiding in their houses or reach of tho undersea pirate, he pf tho mine where his small son is march to cheer tho soldiers of Squire B. Taylor, Hartford. R. 2. Gllllm woro appointed a commltteo in the wools to escape observation, , However day. waiting to lead him home. o solcct tho Stato campaign chairCornelius Simpson, Hcutrow. Somo of the marchers wero bent and that ho was going after such "Tho second mato was on tho humble and unheralded, a blind man man and other members of tho com- persons mercy. Tho coun- bridge about 3 o'clock In tho after Industriously wielding pick and shov- with age, somo walked erect despite Jno. Jesso Monroe, .Rosluo. without mittee to "manago tho campaign this ty ofllcials aro planning a cpunty-wld- o Edgar Ford, Horso Branch. noon," Crosby said. ."There was nev el in tho hidden depth of tho "earth their years and others capered fall. Robert Webster, Hartford. It. 2. campaign after loafers, and white and er a sign of any craft around, but to support, unaided by chalrty, his through tho streets with youthful m Wayno Taylor, Hartford, It. It ho caught tho streak made by a tor- wife and children, deserves to have zest. Soldiers' sons in khaki marchblack will bo caught In tho net. CLEDIE EVANS WOUNDED. Charles E. 'Williams. Reaver Dam, Is tho duty of ovory citizen to report pedo coming toward tho tanker. Ho his plcturo hung in tho gallery of ed sometimes besldo their veteran 3t. 3. to tho proper olllcer ovory known yelled and tho ship was thrown out heroes. fathers. "Capt." Hardy, of the Perry In tho casualty list of August 20 Lennio Tichenor, Hartford. expedition fame, was a sailor veteran habitual loafer, to tho end that no of hor courso. Everyone was on . wo uoto that Clcdlo Evans, of White In tho parade. man may escapo his prop- deck by that time, but wo saw nothEarl II. Harrison, Narrows. THE NEW DRAFT BILL. Run, was listed among ho wounded. Clyde Boyd, Centertown. Tho delegates and members of tho er contribution to the urgont needs ing of tho that started tho Ills family, who live near Arnold, in country for labor. Turn tho thing toward us. "What wo did seo Chas. Pendleton Bell, Livia, It. 2. Tho 18 to 45 flvo draft bill will bo Grand Army marched in delegations county, hnvo not yet received of- of tho this Roy Elder, Centertown. in. was another torpedo. Wo zigzagged, passod without delay. Thero Is no by States, the Pacific Coast and Midficial notico of tho boy's Injury, and loafers James Laudon Calloway, Horso no details nro available. Evans is dodging tho mlssllo as prettily as sorlous division In congress in regard dle. Westorn districts being representBranch. STORM DOES DAMAGE. could be. It went by us. Then'tho to it. Tho bill is supposed to provide ed by particularly large grpups. tho youqg man whoso death was Preliminary meetings of tho veter Hobart Wallaco, Rosine. submarine came out pf tho water with about thirteen million men who will last spring, but tho report A wind and hall storm did quite hor guns ready. Adam Young, Olaton. She was all of 400 bo subject to call. Under tho now ans, tho Women's Relief Corps, tho Evans proved to no unfounded. of feet long and could mako soventeen bill married men who do not support Civil War Nurses, Ladies of the G. Thos. naird McCrocklln, Beaver nt Owensboro about a year ago. a bit of damage. In a limited (yea Dam. tho county Saturday afternoon. In' knots an hour. Our boat was good their families, and married men with- A. It. and tho Paughters of VeterVcrnie II. Gog, Horso Branch. tho neighborhood of Ricketts there for eleven and a haf knots, but wo out chlldron may bo taken. Boys from ans, who also aro in convention hero, HAMMERTOEI) NEGRO. coming 18 to 19 will probably bd placed at continued KeclnhNllliMl Men. was a heavy downpour of hail, and began to go with tho Tho following list contains the may not bo nows a number of crops of tobacco wero i)0hin(i, sho opened up with hor tho bottom of tho list In class X, Hammertoes! It A LETTER TO MOTHER. m names of those who had been given to you, but It was to us Wo woro ruined. Tho roof of tho largo two guns amj j,0 nght started. BIRTHDAY DINNER. i.j was nctng as spotter for tho deferred classification, but lately reexemption story residence of Mr. Georgo Barnes, around tho "Somewhere" in Franco. called and placed in class 1, examin board tho other day when Dr. Pen- - living on tho Boavor Dam pike, was gunnor calling tho shells as they a kicked u,, tho water about tho July 23, 1918. A pleasant and agreeablo family ee), pronounced fit for military 6or dloton, tho oxnmtning physlclan.call-- , blown off, and lightning struck I will write to you Dear Mother: reunion and .social gathering was shot took the vico and now awaiting call: ed our attention to a condition of a , barn on Mr. Barnes' farm. Light- - our twenty-sixt- h Tallio F. Hoilln, Simmons. toes, known to tho profes- - nlng did some damago to tho light niarluo right. Sho did not blow up hold at tho homo of Mr. W. W. Loyd, again today. This leaves mo woll, ocand feeling fine. Hopo It muy And Jucob J. Smith, Hartford, R. C. Blon as"Hammortoed." The first and plant in Hartford. Only tho area in wjth a bang. What sho did was to near Barretts' Ferry, Friday, tho Ray Cook, White Ilun. toes on each of tho negro's foot which tho hail foil received sufficient swing around slowly and drift broad- - casion being tho birthday of Mrs. you all the samo. third .1 Wo aro getting along fine and' Dudley D. Grimn, Hartford. sldo on. Wo did not slow down but Elsplo Thurbor, sister of Mr. Loyd. camo completely together at their rain to materially help the crops. mado for port us swiftly as wo could Atj elegant dinner was served to things look good ovor here now. William 'Guy Muffot, Boavor Dam ends. Tho second toes turned per'travel. I am sure our shot destroy about sixty guests, and tho occasion Can't write much now. Will tell HEAT KILLS MULE. Coy Lawrence, Balzetown. fectly porpendlcularly down nt tho will bo long un ugreeablo memory to more about it whon I come homo. ed tho enomy craft." Leonard Ward, McIIenry. second Joint, and woro greatly enAmong tho guostB ll When you write to Roscoo and tlioso present. m tho property A mulo worth $260, William E. Reynolds, Balzetown, larged at tho onds. Such wero Mr. John Thurbor, wife and VENTURED TOO FAR. tell them I am getting along fine.- "William II. Watson, Rosine. tho Doctor said, woro very of Bond Brqthors Tie Co., died from children, of Indiana; Mr. Henry Fore Do not feel uneusy about me. I raro, and that this was tho most ex- tho effect of overheat, near tho Claude L. Sharp, Utica, It. 2. Warrants wero issued in county man, wlfo and baby.of Dayton, O.; will got along all right. Hoping to aggerated case ho had ovor seen. dopot hero, Friday night. Tho mulo Joseph It. Balzo, Reufrow, When tho Doctor discovered tho con- had boon used during tho day In a court Wednesday for Millard Hoovor Rev. and Mrs. W. II. Foreman and hear from' you soon, I am as over, AVilbur Faught, Equality. Your son, dition of tho negro's feet ho discon- tio team, and late In tho day was und Willie Fuqua, of the Clear Run wife, of Hartford. The remainder C. Baxley, Hartford, R.7. Chas. ESTIL WILLIS, tinued tho examination, and told him ovorcomo by heat and died within country, charging them with disturb-- a of tho guests were frlonds and neighItoscoo II. Balrd, Hartford. To Mrs. O. P. Willis, Narrows, '"B public worship. The offense alleg- - bors of the host and hostess. short tlmo. to bent It for homo. S. Mooro, Horso Drancu. Vernon llvll-hoodam-nge- Ellzo M. All, Fordsvlllo. Archlo E. Stewart, Beaver Dam. Slrcio Oral Hockor, Select. Thomas Wilson, Byors, Kan. Frank M. Robertson, McIIeqry. Leon R. Hurt, Rockport Frank Barnes, Beaver Dam. Bonnie Story, Llvennore. Earl I). Mnples, Rockport Frank Romans, Cromwell. Hugh Myers, Echols. Elbert Hazlowood, Hartford. R.G Howard Moore, Beaver Dam. Oscar McKenney, McHcnry. Chas. R. Bell, Hartford. It. 7. ' Alva C. Weaterflcld, FordsvlUe. Clinton Boyd, Centertown. Hubert Strlngfleld, Horso Branch. Bothdl Shrador, Fordsvlllo. Winllold It. Gary, Horso Branch. Nacy Rowo, Narrows, It. 1. Joseph Albin, Sacramento. Wilbur A. Geary, Louisville. John' A. Pryor, Spring Lick. Orvllle Gray, Hartford. It. G. Willsio Hinds, WhitosvlUo Veachcl Farris, Gllstrap. Stephen Zlbo Arnold, Olaton. Otha Dodson, Llria. It. .2 David H. Cooper, Owensboro Wllllo P. Davison, Narrows. It. 1. Rolllo D. Foreman, Narrows. Jesse G. WUkcrson, Horso Branch Irvln Helfncr, Livormoro, R. 1. Alva Magau, Narrows, It. 2. James Render, McIIenry. James F. Harder, Narrows, R. 1. Joseph P. Graves, Rockport. Ernest C. Craig, White Run. This list finishes the examination of the reclassified men. EN0S HIS LIFE JONES' LOCKER THE GRADED SCHOOLS Simmons Man Shoots Self One Goes By Gunfire Other Is Rammed Off U. S. At The Willard Hotel Coast. Louisville. Propped up In a bed in a room on tho second floor of tho Wlllard Hotel, tho body of It. C. Vance, 69 years old, a miner of Simmons, Ky y by was found about 1 o'clock Vance had shot a maid at the hotel. The bulhimself through the head. let passed through his mouth and lodged In tho celling. It Is believed that Vance ended his life some time during tho night. 17 Ho came to Loulsvlllo August from Simmons to confer, according to a diary found in his possession, with several labor ofllcials hero relative to his work at tho Broadway Mines, Simmons. While hero ho met several miners who were on their way tq Washington and ho expressed a desire to go with them. When ho was told that they could not take him ho bccqino despondent, it is said. A note found In his room, addressed to Dr. Wlllard Lake, of Simmons, read: "Come get mo." It was dated August 19. Vance is survived by his wlfe. to-da- AND THEIR TEACHERS for tho graded Tho faculties schools are now practically mado up. Names of the schools with those of their teachers are: Hartford J. F. Bruner, Belle Washington, Aug. 20. Tho navy Walker, Margaret Williamson, J. T. department announced today that tho Hoagland, Norine Barnett, Clifflo Fecaptain of an American steamer had lix Elizabeth Moore. reported that his vessel rammed and Beaver Dam E. E. Tartar, Irene probably sank a submarine about Taylor, Ellis Sandefur, C. K. Carson, 9:30 p. in. on August 17 near Winter Nina Rives, Addle Bell Taylor. Quarter Shoal off the Northern VirFordsvlllo Warren Peyton, C. E. ginia coast. Tho captain stated tho Allen, Mrs. C. E. Allen, Rowena submarine was struck on her por. Rowo. bow, bringing her alongside. RobinMcIIenry D. H. Vass, in son, Mary Hendrlx, Mary Haggard, The submarine crew hailed strong German accents, saying they Pearl Brown, Winnie Wilson. wro friends, the captain, said, but Rockport Mrs. Maude McClollan, he replied they woro no friends of Myrtle Taylor, Bessie Mason, Eunice his. Hp kept on his course, ho said. Shults. The steamer is now in port with a Roy JL Foreman, Centertown badly damaged bow and a quantity Irene Rhoads, Ida Matthew-s- . of water in her hold. Tho captain thinks ho sank the submarine. BLIND COAL DIGGER In making the announcement tho SUPPORTS FAMILY 400-fo- ot Two automobiles, running at high, speed, met head-o- n on tho Beaver Dam Pike, nt tho turn of tho hill west- - of Muddy bridgo, lato Friday afternoon. Miss May Easton, of Seco, Ky., who was on a visit to relatives in Ohio county, was killed and a num ber of other persons sustained minor injuries. The wreck threw Miss Easton forward and her throat was cut on a broken windshield. Effort was made, immediately after tho accident occured, to get a physician from both Hartford and Beaver Dam, but one was not obtained. Tho injured girl was taken to Beaver Dam but died from loss of blood immediately after being placed on the operating table. Miss Easton and her mother wero on a visit to tho girl's half sister. Mrs. Grover Stewart, near Beaver Dam. Her remains wero buried at Walnut Grove church, in Butler county, near her former home. Details of the wreck, as nealy as wo can gather them aro, that Goobel Wilson and Carlisle Oldham were driving at a rather rapid rate, which, observers say appeared facing, and the car in which the Easton girl was riding was driven by Dorrls Martin. In tho car with Martin woro his wife and Miss Easton. With Oldham, his wlfo and baby and a small son of Geo. Cain. Tho Cain boy received severe cuts about his head. All of the occupants of both cars wero more or less Injured except Mr. Oldham's baby. Evidence at the inquest.held Tuesday at Beaver Dam, indicated that the collision Of the dars driven by Martin and Oldham 6ccurred in a cloud of dust raised by tho machine of Wilson, who had Just passed tho point where these machines met. Each driver states his first tico of the othor car was whon ho other's ear. J felt the Impact of None of tho three men driving tho cars had a chauffeur's license, and none of them claimed to have blown any signals immediately preceding the collision. Tho coroner's Jury declined to fix individual responsibility for tho girl's death finding only that she came to her death by the accidental collision of tho cars. no, te at out-Sta- to It-w- as to-da- y d. C able-bodi- at on-list- at to-da- nows-nosln- g , sub-negro- es i J Es-t- &r V ' o"4' - nw ff U . ' . F said tho committee also hnd communto (loath, Imt his ponnlty flanlly was NEW TAX BILL IS icated to tho Treasury its- action In remitted to 10 yenra nt hnrd labor. dividing business Into threo clnsscs An attempt to cscnpo meant bread READY FOR ACTION to deduction. VIVIDLY RECOUNTED nnd wator and beatings. Tho commlttco has adopted n prolast we woro Riven "Toward tho vision thnt In no ovont will tho exmeat which had boon pickled long service on a party line quality nfter It had started to spoil, and To Raise $8,000,000,000 As cess prollt.V tnx or corporations havupon the Russian, Prisoner Two Years, which no Oermnn soldiers or clvll- ing less than $50,000 capitalization is largely It Will Go To Con- oxceed 40 per cent of tho net Income. re llnns would eat. Tho sugnr-can- o line. Famthe subscribers on Finds Home And An effort will bo made to apply the fuse, which ordlnarly Is fed to hogs, gress. ily Gone. snmo provision to tho war profits' was Riven to us. When wo complained subscriber should use a party line tax. wo were cuffed for Impertinence. exwo heard our exchange had "When for long periods of time, to the Washington, Aug. 19. Tho now Syracuse, N. Y August 17. "All been arranROd wo were wild with Joy. revenuo bill upon which the House SOTICK TO CltKDlTOUS. clusion of others. Germans are beasts," declares Louis Wo were sent to Merlin with Just Ways and Means Committee has been wo Maucr, Gornd Russia, who has Just enoiiRh food to last us until Ohio Circuit Court. workliiR slnco Congress recessed earS. L. St. Clair. Admr.. etc. a party line is found to be in been released from a Herman prison reached the border. I would have ly In July will raise n total of vs. camp, whore ho spent twji years. Ho .starved If It hadn't been for a Ger-l- s for tho expense of tho use, hang up your receiver immediately. mo threo government In on his way to Cincinnati, whero man woman, who sold the present fiscal year, Hnrbary Lunsfonl, etc. it is oft the hoolc conversation is I had begged All persons having claims against loaves of bread nfter his mother nnd sister aro Ilvlnp. Chairman Kltchln, of the committee, leaf. In tho Uusslan army for hours. They cost fl the estate of J. C. Lunsfonl, deceas Mauer was interfered with. announces. "When we got to Herlln tho pcoplo nnd wns captured about the end of The announcement that the rev- ed, will fllo snmo with mo nt my oftho first year of the war. Confined hissed us and tho guards had a hard enue to be obtained under tho bill fice In Hartford, Ky., on or before Each neighbor on a party line is enIn a (Senium prison camp for more time keeping a inoli nwny. Wo went will reach tho goal set by the Treas- tho 9th day of September, 191S, prop titled a reasonable use of the telephone than two years, ho was released when to Stockholm, where wo got tho first ury Department was made by Mr. erly proven nnd verified. Given under my hand tills 7th day Germany Hindu pence with tho Hol- - decent treatment In three years from Kltchln nfter he had .consulted tho be interrupted or service, and should shovikl, and .nfter wanderliiR about the lied Cross. Tho workers gavo us committee's Changes of August, 19 IS. accountant. his conversation interhave the privacy OTTO C. MAIITIN, llussla and China searchliiR for, his wnrm food, good clothes and money, In tho schedules, not as yet definite- Ct3 ho has If wo needed it. fered with. mlssliiR wife nnd daiiRhter ly fixed, may lower tho total, It was Master Commissioner Ohio Circuit Slaughter Described. Street Court. Riven them up for lost nnd will llvo said, and lu that event the commit"I saw a revolution In Pctrograd, tee may have to resurt to a custom In the United States. Golden Rule applies with particIlls homo nt the outbreak of hos- and never witnessed such slaughter lax and a door tax on tea, coffco nnd or mere Is more Catarrh In this section tho country than at! other diseases ular force to party line telephone service. two miles from tho In my life. It was far worse than anytilities wns nbout put together, and for years It was supsimilar products. to be Incurable. Oermnn border, rierco fighting took thing In tho trenches. Outlaws roam Changing conditions also may af- posed remedies, nnd by Doctors prescribed constantly falling When you Telephone Smile place In this region durliiR the first ed tho streets at will, and If they dis fect the amount of revenuo to bo ob- local to euro with local treatment, pronounced year of tho war, and when ho return liked the color of a man's clothing he tained. Tho committee is watching it Incurable. Catarrh Is a local disease, Intlucnced by ed he found his homo destroyed nnd wns butchered. They cut off the fing Uie outcome of tho effort to pass a greatly and therefore constitutional conditions requires constituers of those who woro rings. It was tional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Medihis wife and daughter Rone. prohibition meas- cine, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & national war-tim- e tho unsafe to go out of your room. The war was just enteriiiR ure, which the Senate is to take up Co.. Toledo, Ohio. Is a constitutional "It I had not belonged to tho work August 24. If a prohibition measure remedy. Is taken Internally and acts second year, he says, when he was AND thru on wounded and captured. Sent to a ing class I should have died. I tried Is enacted, revenue to bo obtained of thethe Blood Onethe Mucous Surfaces System. Hundred Dollars re. Incorporated ward Is offered 9or nnv c:uo that Hull' Oermaii hospital, ho soon recovered to get work, but there was none. In under the bill will be decreased I Catarrh tMedl Ine falls to cure. Send for camp. He a tobacco factory whero S,000 men nnil was sent to a prison circulars and testimonials. W. W. HARRIS, Manager, Hartford, Ky. says tho food was unfit for human were employed before the war, no V. J. CHENG Y & CO., Toledo. Ohio. Sold by DrilKslsls. 75c. Tn on Liquors. In one was working. beings and the men were treated HaWs Tamlly Pills for constipation. The new tax on liquors may not bo "I went to Harbin whero butter the most brutal manner. work on what might bo called three was $G a pound and bread couldn.t announced until the bill Is reported "Huddled I.Ike Sheep." PRESENT CAMPS now camps for "artillery firing M"After I left tho hospital." ho be bought. The sufferings of the peo- to the House, but it is understood to aters." The laud has been obtained I hope America provide n ple thero are terrible. says. was seni 10 me prison substantial Increase on Well, my boy. we're glad you're SERVE PURPOSE nnd the preliminary work begun On whisky and other liquors and soft at Holzinlnden. where I lived two will come to their roscue. Hut the greatest God-seof these will be at Fnyottevllle. N (' , "I stayed in Shanghai for some drinks, a total revenuo of $1,000,- years wih thousands of other prisonboon another nt West Point, Ky , while ers of several nationalities, huddled time, getting treated for my stomach, 000,000 or more. The liquor tax Is the heart-hop- e we have, sonny, the third will practically be an extentogether like so many sheep in filthy which had been ruined by the Ger- rates nro being withheld from publiyou'll be comln' home right Government Will Enlarge sion of Camp Jackson, S. C. At each thing that impressed mo man food. The doctors said I necr cation to guard against withdrawals huts. Tho boon! These Rather Than Build of tho two major centers from 2 most was the awful food we had. The could recover, but I am somo better. of whisky from bond. Good-bynnd luck go with y'oit! Hut 000 to 25,000 men will bo trained New Ones. wo might have been "Tho Holshevlkt aro no good. I The committee finally approved the Mistreatment on them blnzln' trails. or approximately six brigade unchanged from Remember, we're able to stand, but tho food was worse hope America will drive them out, tobacco schedule from a each. Camp Jackson will look after any thing 1 have ever Imagined. and that Ilussla will be a real repub- rates heretofore announced. than land thnt never falls! In the 10 per cent, tax on articles Good-by"When wo went to the prison camp lic like the United States." Washington, Aug. 17. Enlargv-- four brigades. and luck go with you! Hut 'At these new cantonments will bn ee gave us tickets entitling us above a certain deemed luxuries tirst they cut of cantonments nnd the addi- llrlng ranges and great permanent when you see the dead When you yawn a good deal In price it made the tax apply to wo- Tiled up high and grewsome-liko.an- d to 450 grains of bread a day. about tion thnt has been made to their num- structures to house men nnd animals 12 ounces, but toward the last they tho daytimo, feel dull, achey and men's waists In excess of $15, Inall the world Is red; ber render It unnecessary for tho War The ranges will permit target praccut down the ration to 200 grams. want to stretch frequently It Is an stead of $10. a1 previously agreed to, When you're half hick with wlshln' Department to provide any moro tice at eight miles, nnd even greater thimble: unmistakable symptom of malaria. and to womon's hats at $,15, instead In addition wo had a few .you were back hero doln chores camps or build any moro structures distance when diagonal tiring U full of soup, with a lump of potato and unless you do something at once of $25. Instead o' juiupin' bullets on those even for the accommodation of the practiced. Some of the large guns the it wasn't you are booked for a spell of chills. Motor boats and canoes were added Hour In It. which, if dndblamcd furrln shores: Immense army contemplated by the government Is now manufncturliu mixed, was vile. The Herblnc is a chill medicine that will to the 10 per cent tax on yachts and O lad, when hell's thoroughly and you man-powbill to be passed by Con- will undoubtedly be given prevent or cure the disease. TO per cent subIt pleasure boats, but exempted motor bread was made of aro nghtin' through. gress. on these ranges. potato, corn meal and gra drives out the Impurities, on which the exemption being to protect Don't think for hnlf a minute that stitute Gen. Peyton Mnrch, chelf of staff, Thero Is no congestion nt the protect made, with- tho malarial germ thrives, strength- thew exemption being to ham Hours. It wns badly we've forgotten you! said today that' the polcly would bo be any. For tho transportation craft out yeast, and baked so hard you ens the liver and cleanses the bow home-bui- lt The sword my old dad carried. It to keep down the overhead, charges, of troops ahead as fast as they are els. Price 60c. Sold by Ohio CounConsiderable interest has been could scarcely chew it. hangs there on that wall; and that as a matter of fact the trained prevents that, and tlffr m manifested In the normal tax on perOceasionly as a treat, we were ty Drug Company. The rust of years can't dim It the present cantonments, with proper ex- general stuff believes present accomee sonal Incomes, and tho committee an given a bit of dried fish which had spirit's over all! tensions, would bo all that would bo modations will suffice, no matter nounced the text of the schedule as He never drew that saber 'till certain stood so long it was alive with worms. needed by the War Department. what the size of our army in France follows: Whatfwe didn't eat of the food was he was right. As put by another officer of the "Normal taxes: Section 210. That Hut when he ripped It out. son, dog- given to pigs which were kept in a staff, the reservoir is always to be Summer Complaint. For Infants and Children there shall be levied, collected and sty near by. gono It, he could tight! kept full. As trained men nre drawn During the hot weather of tho "We werotreated worse than any In Use For Over t Years paid for each taxable year upon the Good-byand God be with ydu! Your out untrained men are to be mustered Hummer months some member of ala net Income of every Individual animals could have beetiyAt 6 o'clock Always bears maw and me are here, In. and this will be easily done from most every family is likely to bo the normal tax as follows: every morning we were expected to a day or A beacon's in the window the large number of men to be called troubled with an unnatural Ioosp-ncSignature of "a. In the case of citizen of resibe ready for inspection. On some of twenty year! of tho bowels, and It Is of the to the colors. dent of the United States 10 per cent, Oh, may it guide you homeward the winter days it was far below The War Department Is confident greatest Importance that this be of the amount of the net income In zero, but we were not allowed to have when your flghtin' days arc of the automatic fashion In which tho treated promptly, which can only bo Simple Wash Removes excess of the credits provided In Seca spark of fire in the huts. We were through system will work nltho It Is well done when tho mcdiclno Is kept at tion 216; provided that upon the flrst To us old folks given coal in small chunks and ex- Rings Under Eyes and known that there ls up limit to tho hand. Mrs. F. F. Scott, Scottsvllle, pected to keep our own fires going, Hockport people will be surprised $4,000 of this amount the rate shall son, for you! numbers of men to be sent over. If N. Y states, "I first used Cham- We but they never gave us enough for how quickly pure Lavoptik eye wash be 5 per centum. We're thinkln' of you always! the war should last n year longer berlaln's Colic nnd Diarrhoea Kem- case of a eyes and dark "b. In the more than two days in the entire relieve blood shot know you're half afraid; Is a reasonable expectation that edy ns much as flvo years ago. At rings. One young man who had eye alien. 10 per cent of the amount of Hut we know (Gosh, how we know-it!)- . there week's supply. there will be nt the expiration of that that time I had a sevoro attack of very unsightly dark rings the net Income in excess of tho cred"Every able bodied man was put to trouble and Just tho ttuff of which period something near 5.000.000 of summer complaint and wns sttffcr- work in the coal mines, where there was relieved by ONE WASH with its provided in section 210." you're made! our fighting men on foreign soil lu ing Intense pain. Ono doso rellcv- His sister also removed was almost no food at all. Each was Lavoptik. Credits Allowed. We know when all those bullets go France, Italy nnd possibly Ilussla. cd mo. Other members of my fatn- a bad eye strain In three days. A given a little bread and a small bellerln' fit 'to bust. Section 21 C, as agreed to. reads: It Is commonly supposed thnt thero lly havo since used It with like resmall bottle Lavoptik Is guaranteed u at of water for his rations. "Credits allowed: For purposes; of Your legs will Ret to shakln' some, aro thirty-tw- o cantonments In the sults." m "Sometimes men refused to work. to benetlt EVERY CASE weak strain normal tax only, there shall be allow but lad. "In God We Trust!" United Stntcs, sixteen cantonments m ed or inflamed eyes. Aluminum eye They were thrown into prison, where Tho God who steeled tho muscle of proper, nnd i like number of can ed the followng credits: IIKATK.V IX Till: All! crew d they were compelled to stand from cup FREE. Harrel Bros, druggists that "a. The amount received as ditho, tho vassed camps. In realty, at Hockport 4 morning until night for three days. vidends from corporations which Is That fought thorn Dritlsh tyrants each of which number is thirty-fou- r, Paris, Aug. 17. Whllo still btub- "You couldn't buy anything In Ge,r-- 1 aud made a dream como true! Is completely equipped, and each of bornly resisting on land, German) al- taxable under the corporation Income many, and it was not uniiMial to It's purty hard. I reckon, to throw which is turning out fighting mato- - ready Is decisively beaten In tlu tax upon its net income. a man with plenty of money in all tho blame on God "b. Amount received as interest rial of the flnost typo for our army air. The "eyes" of tho Germnn nnuy bullets that abroad. d pocket starving to death. We cou upon obligations of the United States, For those havo been virtually blinded In tW up the sod. go plow-iwrite home, however, and we always camps rontaln torrlllc aerial htrugglo that accomand State, Territory, or political subThoso thirty-fou- r xsked for clothing nnd food, no! division, or the District of Columbia. Hut, boy, there's Someone watchln', 1,500,000 men. Of this vast number, panied Foch's two Brent counter wowey. sure certain, ovor you: c. In the case of a single per-s- o some aro beginning their training, strokes. Kvery dny brings new proof Ho stood bohind Old Glory when we others are finishing their preliminary of thlH Cermaii Opened Canteen. no personal exemption of $1,000. fnct. A German tinny ordir said we'd see It through! "A cauteeu was Anally opened b a Miss Kelly Tells How Lydia or In the caso of the head of a fammilitary education, whllo Mill others tnken from a prisoner taken In the E. Pinkham's Vegetable German, but he was aa extortionist ily, or a married person living with He's watchln' o'er tho soldiers o' aro bound for ports of embarkation, last row days' lighting, says: this hero nghtin' land; He aked us excessive prices fur Compound Restored husband or wife, a personal exempready to go abroad for tho great tul- "Our resources of avlutlon are o Hut If n bullet gets you. Ho'll grab venture. everything. He charged 0 cent for tion of $2,000. A husband and wife feeble, and so absorbed by obscru- OU !" the lialld; a small herring ami 15 cents for twi living togethor shall receive but one , llas Knlargeil 1)IsIoum. Hon work that wo nro unable to y to all those angels where 'personal exemption of $2,000 ngalnbt small potatoes. He now i a millionTho War Dopartinent's original nn- - cliaso low Hying enemy planes.. Tin" .,.,,.,. n. ..v..v, ... ... f.w?r,5:.' J 0Li.ut.nrFo..i.,,i, t&,'-ts- ' the flags of war are furled, in aire. Another man had a contract ti ycurs i Buucix-- .,'7 moro than u our complaints nouncement ' ituiu iitTvuus ureax- of troops that they are for the ago feed us. He was allowed IS cent a cjown and pot so case they make separate returns the "This mnn, he died Indicated thnt each cantonment being bombed and nttacked by ma freedom o' the world!" weak I could hardly ipersonat exemption of $2,000 may bo day for each niauV weals, and also would house n division of troops. At chine guns from low flying enemy Hy Lawrence .Edward Innes. i a millionaire. by either or divided between that timo 30,000 men mndo up a di- imuiilno cannot be heeded. ThW I !" From Holland's Magazine. "When we were lucky enough to b? vision; now a division calls for any must protect tried evervthincr I them. agalit themselves - could think of and able to get tobacco at all we pull to person (oth"d.) $200 for each where from 42.000 to 60.000. Tho such nttueks with their own machine was under a phy- er Chronic Constipation. pfennings for what would ordinarily cantonments, incidently. havo kept guns and Tiro.1 than husband and wife) dependent sician's care for two It Is by no means an easy matter paco with tho increase und each now oast IS The Oermaus don": are tor years. A girl friend on receiving his chief support from anything ek.pt their own gain naj usej Lydia li. the taxpaper if such dependent per- - to cure this disease, but it can be numbers normally from 42,000 to Ask Anjone Who Has ISed It. Taev ju ai: toast t. Pinkham's Vece- - am, u muinr ntchteon vonr of aue. doue In most instances by taking 50.000. Thoro'nro families who always aim complying be-- J Chamberlain's Tablets and "There wa a prUon camp for wo6hektoUmiWUnknCt Outside ot tho dormitory exten- to kuup u or ls tncn,ab, ot bottle of Chamberlain'i aercc-w- " man and children next to ours. Thev lu I""1" i'""1 necessary lu tho growing Colic sions made lit. From the first cause mentally or physically and Diarrhoea Itonicdy in tho m cantonments, I accompany each package, waro citiiens of all nations who Lad ;4dayl tookitlbegan the." there; has been n houso for uso lu case It is needed, Vetm captured with their hiubands ueuer io " gradual Increase ot btorago faculties and llnd iv n i i Vi". v.. now ieeiam well ana I Tim ..,,nitt.n im I that It i snot only a good and very close voto to a differential of 3 and fathers. The children were pitiful Surgeons agree that in cases of and in tho lighting, heating and Inu'stnimit but saves able to do most any them no end bighu. as they were given almost Cuts, Hums, Bruises and Wounds, drainage facilities. One very notable of kind of work. I per cent against unearned Incomes t)i. flrct suffering. As to its rellabllUv, nothing to eat. The little babies were Itntinr. ,. have been recom- - aud has bent back to the Treasury MW .... frafitmont .Is mnat ,..., w. enlargement has been with respect .V ..W. ask unyono who has used it. " mendintr thi Com. Hiveu half milk and half water, and purposo for tant. When an efficient antiseptic to the artillery branches, which will pound ever $ince and prive you mv per- the lattor's draft for this m it is applied promptly, there ls no dan- - play important parts in tho kind of iey looked like tiny sparrows redrafting, with the probability mission to publish this Ietter."-Mi- s3 Constipation j8 tho starting poitjt "Many went laxia and hundreds Flo Kelly, 47t5 So. Hth St., Newark, may be dropped on reconsideration, ger of infection and tho woun be- - warfare Just ahead lu Kuropo. In for many borlous diseases. To ift .J starred. There was one old Polish For uso on this connection tho genural staff hns healthy, keep Chairman Kltchln oxplalned that gins to heal afbnce. tho bowels active and The reason this famous root and herb man. who. the German said, had giv-decls- - man or beast, Dorozone is the ideal followed the French system, which regular, llerblno will remove nil acremedy, Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable the committee has referred Its gome plan to the Compound, was so successful in Miss Ion In favor of an oxcess profits' tax antiseptic and healing agent. provides, In brief, for the rapid do- cumulations In tho bowels and put Russians He wa mistreated horri- Kelly case was because it went to tho of 40 to 60 per coin after $3,000 it now and be ready for an emergen- - veloptnent on n largo scale of a sat- - tho system In prlmo condition. Prico root of her trouble, restored her to a exeuiPtiou and S per cent deduction, cy. Prcle 25c, 50c, $1.00 and $1.50. isfactory artillery service. bly. A llritUh soldier who contradictCOc. Sold by Ohio County Drug normal healthv ov 'iti.'iTardas a result ed a German officer, was sentenced her nervo'-it-ss approval. He Sold by Ohio County Drug Co . m The staff has therefore btarted Compuiiy. Jto the Treasury for its r .'.s; j. areii HUNS' INHUMANITY - Party Line Courtesy The of of dependent co-operati- that No total . When While to not of The CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY go-In- V -- e, e, m er try-ou- ts gov-the- re CASTORlA 30 e, CAaTcai ss non-reside- nt a-- stout-hearte- s:A NERVOUS ding-buste- BREAKDOWN u l"'" ir. ,,i acheSrvlv w& mm Ft nnti-alrcra- ft "If-awi'Po- rt "'iuu iui ii , ... , J , lrui D-j- mmammmmtm u.4&T 4 jjffrkj L?rrnrr uwerr .. hfff CAT GAVE HIMjIDEA LaWffierc Eli AS IN SHAKESPEARE'S TIME n Old Tudor Architectural of Town of Stratford-on-AvoHas Dccn Won- GAVE HIS MESSAGE Illl) I. W. W.'S ARE DECLARED GUILTY Whitney Got Principle of Cotton Gin. derfully Restored. Americans, who In prewar days', visiting "Shnkespenrc's In country," would fltitl ninny changes there now. (Julptly nnil unostentatiously through thp unwearying efforts of JInrlo Cor-ril- l, the novelist, and u few who support her artistic tushes, these last three nnd u half years have disclosed the Old ancient mysteries of Stratford. houses, with plastered walls, which were eyesores to the visitors and residents alike, have been stripped of their outward ugliness, to reveal the quaint picturesque Tudor nrehlteeture nf Shakespeare's time. Wherever It has been possible the early nppenrnnco of the buildings bus been restored, and the effect has been a transformation and lhe restoration of the place ns Shakespeare knew It. Thp undent "Sword nf Stnte" which hangs In Shakespeare's birthplace wns removed from Its senbbard In August, IflH, as an nlllclnl notice that England was nt war and the people sny tradition forbids them to shenlho the old sword, carried by Shakespeare's when he wns high bailiff In 1fiOS-l- , until Knglnnd Is iigaln nt pence. Once nt least, since wnr was declared, Slinkespeare's old home hns given expression to Its feeling of gratitude to Americans for the tributes they have been privileged to pay to It from time to time. That was when the United States entered the wnr. President Wilson's memorable messnge to the congress wns proclaimed aloud. Jinny of the townfolk hud almost despaired of the momentous event, and It nppears there were only two Amor-leaHags In Stratford at the time. One was a great banner owned by Jllsv JIurle f'orelll nnd the other waving from the house of John Harvard's mother. Iloth were promptly hurled out Into the breeze of the "garden spot of England." nnd lhus America had again come into the hearts of Shakespeare's people. fn-th- "Poppa" Just Had to Speak to Station Master. Jury in Two Hours Decides iTabby's Reaching for Chick Just Be. S jrond Her Reach Furnished Insplra- L':tion .for Macnine wnicn na cj Accomplished so much. Case of Months In Had to Hold Up the'Traln to Now Do It, but ........ Official Knows Exactly What Murphy Thinks of Him. Trial. f ....... I.lslni-i- . Hint I'M Willi. "p-- v JkKcyilnvciitril the cotton pin, hut people Iwluvnrp Interested In the grent cotton JBlBdustry or tin southwest will probnbly Jjliejsurprlsed to learn Hint n cat first Jldemonstiutcd Hip principle upon'whleh lVth"q'cotlon gin wns founded. Anyone nit Imperial vnllpy or ,vj)0 lins ,'Snlt Itlvpr vnlloy cotton gin in uctlon Sfwill iitiItrtttiiutl tluil this htory Is !! tlrely pluuslble. ,' c .lipforo I'll Wliltnpy Rot Into Hip c pyo ho went down tho street one to lenn on tlu garden foncu L 'nnd chat with his swecthenrt n whllp. jDurliic thp course of their visit she BPcnlled his nttpntlon to a hrond of Huffy wilekcns In a slut coop npnr tin house. 7. While Hipv were tiiliiilrlitir the rliltkt. vjiiin- un- - imiiim tin. iiimiki ii.iii lur fresh input. Tnhliy reached In to clnw n chick out nf tin coop, hut ns slip did ki tho old mother hun peeked tit hpr. That rniMcil tin' cut to muko u sweeping swipe lit one of the chicks, with her claws exposed. Slip did not not tin chick, hut she withdrew hpr pnw with n hunch of lluiT clinging to her Wa Inn.-.- , pub--'.Jl- I I I" L clnw ). Wliltnpy witnessed the Incident, iiml t. i.i ,!.,.. i. ohm i... me iiiru -- .innh i.t iiuiii' nircioi. Turning to his sweothenrt ho snld : "At Inst 1 hnve n plan for separating cotton from thp seed. What wis npcd Is n iniielilnc that will net like thp cut's pnw. The cut struck nt the chicken nnd return ed Its feathers. I want ii innchlr." that will .strike nt the cotton mid remove It froiii tho tiling to which It S fllStl'Ill'll." So he Invented n machine which hud n multitude of lino teeth revolving nip-Idlon n ciHiider, and when the. cotton was fed through It tho teeth tore nil 'the cotton from the seed In much the wime way as the cat's claws stripped the fluff from the hahy chick. The machine, designed by Whitney which has been such a Messing to was practically as successful outset ns It Is today. It performed the Work that wns cut out for It, and nothing hotter has been Invent' ed since that time. With slight changes the cotton gin of today Is the cotton gin that Kll Whitney realized In his I rut it the moment he saw the cat sideswipe the chicken. The cat had hecn carrying the secret of the cotton gin nrouiid In one of her paws for centur-fi's- , nnd It only required n close observer to discover that fact. nt Hip Return of the Caravan. The caravan Is the oldest Institution 'Jtnown In transportation. Ily caravans the merchandise of (he most undent Asian and African countries was In prehistoric times. By caravans Egyptians of the twentieth century still travel between the Nile valley and the Bnrbnry states, crossing the desert of Sahara upon swaying camels, resting nt oases mid braving windstorms, wearing the costumes nnd practicing the customs of 7,000 yours Sugar Beet Pulp for Cattle. ngo. During the war that now Is being The desert cattle ranchers of Ari"waged, the wnr tlmt has brought back zona nnd New Mexico have learned Intn use the steel helmet and Introduced the steel hammer as n war club, that to rnlse cattle Is one business nnd to fatten them Is another. For this camels nnd enrnvnns have been employed in Asia Minor and North Africa. reason they ship their cnttle to CaliNow the motor cnnivnn promises to fornia, where sugar beet pulp Is obbecome Institutional and Important as tained In abundance. One fnctory Is n factor In the .freight problem of the located near the fields where the beets are grown. The cattle are turned Into United States. this field nfter the beets nro harvested. Under the fence Is placed n trough Plucked Comrade From Death. which projects outside of the fence Among the many men of the sen enough to nllow the beet pulp to who hud close calls In the fight with Just ho thrown Into It from the cars. The storms nf early Decemthe terrible from the fnctory to run on ber wns Kddker II. Robertson, chief cars field nnd trncks the fences around follow the qunrterninster of the U. S. S. Smith. thp corral. More spare Is thus objln the midst of one of the wildest tained for the, beef cattle to feed, and gnles felt along tho const In ninny Is but tittle wnste of fodder. In yenrs, Itobertson wns endeavoring to there wnr days the cattlemen nre these clear n Jam In the steering genr. At learning to conserve stock food, ns the the time the sen wns nt Its roughest cnttle themselves nre conserved for our nnd the vessel rolling nt n 55 degree use. Popular Science Monthly. nngle. Suddenly she gave n sudden lurch nnd Itobertson wns thrown Into War and the Churches. the sen. Like an ohltlme sailor he nt One hears much nowadays about the once put tip a light with sen and gale. growing reunion of the churches which The battle was too strong nnd he be- the war hns brought about. Hut n come exlinufited. Then It cnine Ills way dual service which recently took plnfe to ho n pnrt of n thrilling rescue. Chief Is probably unique. Not fur behind Cook Jliircla Jumped overboard after lines two services were held the mnn nnd after n struggle with the the In the vlllnge church the got a lino nhout him wenkened nian one being the 'usual ltoinnn Catholic nnd they wcro both limited aboard. service attended by tho Inhabitant while the other wns n Protestant one Foolish Vision of Utopia. peace of Spain was signed for n battalion of Australians "resting" When the In tho vicinity. Tho proceedings openIn 1001 tho English royal proclaim!-tlon- s by the singing of u hymn hy the announced tlmt wars between tui- ed Australians to music supplied by their tions were ended and tlmt It would own band. Then tho French cure adnot bo longer necessary to collect Hock, after which It was money for the support of nn army and dressed his so navy of defense. How qunlnt sounds tho turn nf tho Protestants and In ench congregation tnklng It today this extract from the court of on wns concluded. King James I: "Under our grndous turn until, the servlco wisdom nnd peace, London Chronicle. Solomon, n prince of wo nro united Inn league of amity with New Light on Anarchism. nil nations. Wnrs nmoiig civilized peoIt was at our last meeting In Tlflls ples nro no longer possible. World pence Is nssured. This alteration of that tho Indomitable optimist threw times makes that Jit now, which In new light on his miiirchlsin. "Kropotkln, Reclus nnd myself were times of hostility might have seemed sitting together In London once, disunfit." cussing our theories. Wo wero tnklng n grent denl of satisfaction In tho An Exception. who "Tnlk breeds dissension," snld tho thought tlmt wo were iinnrchlsts, govrecognized no rights of coercive deep thinker. ernment. . j "Not necessarily," replied Jlr. "Hut," he ndded with a smile, "I said "l'"f instnnce, gather about Is one government beyou u group of patriotic American citi- to them: "Therogludly bow nnd whoso fore which we zens nnd btnrt to glvo tho knlser 'Hull petty oppressions wo willingly endure. You won't henr n single Columbia.' You forget our wives.' " Jlayimrd dissenting voice." Ulriiilnsliain Owen Williams, In Christian Heruld. War as a Levelcr. With parents, limousines, chauffeurs, n new recruit arrived at the training camp, was registered, and nsslgned quarters. The chauffeur Caught up the luggage. The olllcer held up n reIs now straining hnnd. "Jlr. In the United States service; ho will attend to Ids own luggage mid find his And thus, with no own qunrters." more aid or ceremony than n bricklayer would have received, the son of a man who could have bought the camp and all Its appurtenances enter- ed the American army. Not wealth bat what a man proves himself to be, places him ns n soldier. Jlen start on the samp level, save when they have had special training. The work of the war In breaking down class distinctions nnd occasioning the mingling of classes on more deinooriitlc terms has often been noted The KnglMi assistant has abroad. learned that Tommy Atkins possesses those virtues of honor, Inynlty, courage, chivalry supposed to be Instinctive through heredity In those of long nnd well bred descent. The grent wind of the revolution blew n good denl of fiunkojlsm out of France ; the wnr Is removing Its vestiges. Detroit Free l'ress. , In Omnlnnn Jlr. J. F. Fuller tells of meeting an American tourist In nn Irish train. There is much In the story tlmt is not pleasing to nn American render; but It Is nn amusing tnle, nnd In helping us to see ourselves In the light In which some of us nre seen by others it shows some characteristics thnt we, nt lenst, can nvold. I soon found myself, says Jlr. Fuller, flWiiH the position of u soit of secondhand tourist guide without the frogged frock coat and the enp that lend dignity to the genuine article. The conversation dwelt on the differences between the two continents nnd the superiority of Ammurrlcn over nnd might hnve gone on Indefinitely had not "Poppa" put n stop to It by suddenly ejaculating, ns wo pulled up nt the next station: "Dnrned If this uln't IC This Is IC , mister?" He let down tho window with a bang nnd, poking his head out, shouted to thp guard, gesticulating violently bnliMiended and hatlcss: "Suy, sir. I must see the station inns tor right nwnyl" "You can't. We stop only n minute." "Wnl, I won't go without," snld he, Jumping out. "That's n fact." "Then you'll have to wait for the night mall. The station master Is engaged down at the other end,. See him he, mul, shakln' his lists?" "Cull him up I H.'v most portlkler." "Poppa's" Insistence wns so great that the guard, thinking thnt there might he something In it, yielded, mid sent u porter to fetch the olllclal up, while "Poppu" stepped In again nnd wulted. "What's up?" inquired the panting station master as he arrived. "Yankee gent wants to see you, sir; that's him with the big head, waving tho umbrella" "Well, sir, what do you want?" "This Is K station, nin't It?" "Yes. Can't you rend that sign board?" The American Ignored the question nnd nsked another. "You nre Jlr. 15 , the station mnster?" "Yes, confound ltl Don't be keeping the train." "You wero acquainted with Joe Jlur-ph-y of Detroit 1" "Oh, yes. He left this country two years ago. Is he dead or what? Look 1 "Will, no. He ain't dend ; but he said to me In confidence when I started on this tower and they were his Inst words nt pnrtln' 'When you get to ho says, 'you be sure to look out for B ; nt IC stntlon, nnd don't go by on no nccount without seeln' him.' Let me hnve the pleasure of shnkln' hands with you, Jlr. B . I'm vurry pleased Indeed to make your ncqunlutnnce. 'For,' says Joe Murphy to me, 'II Is notoriously the railway olllclal In the whole of Ireland.' Tn-t- n !" And he suddenly bobbed In, pull ed up the window nnd gesticulated politely ns lie sat down. Tho objurgations hurled nt "Poppa" by the Infuriated B were sufficiently violent, anyone would hnve thought, to shatter the glass. Youth's Companion. Ire-Innworst-tempere- d aliel" I i Shining Lights. short time ago while discussing the wnr nnd the question of saving, Prof. Henry B. Longdon, bend of the department of German In DePnuw university, mnde the vow thnt until tho knlser was killed and the world forever rid of him, he would not use nny electric lights In his classroom. The vow wns tnken more ns n Joke than otherwise, but Professor Longdon has stuck to It faithfully. A few days ago Prof. A. F. Caldwell, another genuine asked Professor Longdon regnrdlng the 'resolution, nnd Inquired whether he wns using nny lights. Tl'ils wns his nnswer; "I don't need nny lights In my classes, because my students nre nil so bright." Now n number of professors believe they enn follow Professor Longdon's example because of the shining lights In their classes. Indlnnnpolls News. A Found Old Medal. Last fall, when digging potntoes In his garden In tho rear of 1037 South Sennto avenue, Frank Fletcher found with a spadeful .of earth mid n cluster of the precious tubers n bronze Inches medal about one and In dliimeter, n relic of the Civil wnr. On ono tide, besides tho figures It presents two ligures, one of the Ooddess of Liberty nnd the other n soldier, on whoso bend the goddess Is placing n laurel wreath. Tho other side, Inclosed In a w.reutli, shows the Inscription. "The stnte of Ohio to I. F. Seal, veteran Co. 0. 35th regiment, Ohio volunteer Infuntry." Indianapolis News. one-thir- d 1801-180- Rice Culture and Malaria.' been found that tho culture of rice In tho United States, ns In It has Gllth-t-rsili- been Investigated, Is attended by the production of enormous numbers of Anopheles mosquitoes, but to whnt extent tho prevalence of malaria Is Influenced thereby hns not yet been ac- other countries whero tho matter has curately determined. A study of this question is belug carried on ut Crowley and Lake Churles, I.u,., by the United States public health service. ScieutiUc Amcrlcuu. Chicago, Aug. 17. Ono hundred (Commorcinl Appeal.) membors of the I. W. W. on trial In Paris, July 18 (By JIall)-"- It tho federal court beforo Jttilgo Kcne-sashould bo stopped at once." Tho Mountain Landls wero found American ofllcer, who obviously can guilty In less than two hours by n not bo named, brought his fist down Jury.of obstructing the draft nnd conon tho table. "Do they think In spiracy to hinder tho government In tho conduct of tho wnr. Tho charge tho United States that this war Is SIIK ALSO KNITS was brought under tho csplonagq act some sort of a world's fnlr or and carries with it n maximum penCincinnati, O., Aug. 17. Altlio rovlval? alty of 20 years In prison. she takes caro of a grocery, a home "In tho Civil Wnr, Sherman on his "BIB Bill" Haywood, director, and nnd a family, Jlrs Albert NIcolay has march through Georgia, Leo at credited with being tho brains of tho knitted 2,500 pairs of socks for the Richmond didn't hnve n and ragtag nnd organization, was nmong thoso found September lied Cross quota and Is bobtnli army piffling nt their hods' guilty. Following tho Instructions to still at It, she Is able, in a modest trying to savo tho souls of their soltho Jury by Judge Landls, Haywood way, to lny claim to thq g diers or engaged In war sightseeing. said: x championship, if not of tho whole "Why, then, in tho nnmo of (cen"They're fair enough." state, at least of Hamilton County. An sored), aro all these, rubber neck Tho verdict was considered on four expert in the uso of her knitting ma- wagon commissioners from every of tho original 'nvo counts'ln the In- chine, sho said sho is glad she is able state Legislature In tho country coindictments. The Hftlt, charging fradu-Ie- to work fast "for our soldiers need ing over? Why is every religious uso of mnlls, was dismissed. every minute wo can glvo them." organization and fraternal society, Haywood evidently expected an acfrom tho Slinking Quakers to tho Red quittal, as did tho other prisoners, When tho baby Is' suffering the Eagles, sending over Joy rldo parwho plainly showed their astonish- doublo affliction of hot weather and ties? ment at the verdict. bowel disorders, tho remedy needed "Damn it, man, we'ro at war. Hero "Tho I. W. W. will continue to Is JIcOco's Baby EUxlr. It reduces I read a cable from America y nourish," Haywood declared, as he tho feverish condition, corrects the that tho Dancing Jlasters Associannd tho hand of convicted men were stomach and checks looseness of the tion at Its Chicago convention antaken to Jail under a strong guard, bowels. Price 2Gc and 50c per bot- nounced plans for sending over n tle. Sold by Ohio County Drug Com- dancing masters' unit to instruct tho there to nwait passage of sentence. m Amcrclan soldiers In tho Tho attorneys for tho defense made pany, 'trench trot,' application for a new trial, which will the 'camouflage waltz' and tho 'canBAH) LUNCH STAND ho made next week. tonment canter.' In his charge Judge Landls made "Jf that unit over gets to Franco Aug. 17. When a Bedford, Ind., It plain organized labor was not on it will bo murdered in cold blood.' special train of seven coaches loaded trial. He said: Don't think I am Jesting. I am with Kentucky young men going to speaking Went on Trial in 'April. God's own truth. That "Organized labor is not on trial tho Great Lakes Training Station ar- sort of thing is heart sickening. It today 'over tho Jlonon a here. Working men havo tho right to rived hero has the worst sort of effect on tho organizo to Improve their conditions number of the men left tho train morale of our boys. standing nt tho depot as to wages, health or other welfare; while it was "Another organization, not tho thnt right is not abrogated in timo of and made a raid on the lunch room Red Cross, has had a lecture on poof of Shady Akers on tho south end war litical economy over here.- The press "Tho only limit is that they must the platform. department of the organization cigars, candies, Watermelons, not, by their organizations, violate makes proud mention of the fact. and other articles which the law of the land." What in blazes do our lads in tho Early In the afternoon the court appealed to them were seized and the trenches caro about political econoand onlookers wore surprised when protests of Akers were unheeded. my? An nccount of tho occurrence has Attorney Vandcveer, counsel for tho "I havo heard our boys talking defense, announced ho would make been telegraphed to the commanding Their disgust officer at the Great Lakes Training about these things. no arguments. knows no bounds. Tho privilege of Station. "I am going to submit tho Justlce-nes- s being at tho front should be confined m of this caso to tho Jurors withMUST TALK AJIEIUCAN to fighters, and to fighters only. out argument," ho announced. "Theso Cook's tourists, these Jo Tho caso has been on trial since Warsaw, Ky Aug. 17. There Is riding sightseers, these morbid April, and was marked now and then seekers should be canned, botono rulo In Warsaw which is never by unique features, chief among trespassed. It was ihndo for the tle;! and preserved and put in tho which was the testlmonr offered this benefit of visitors, and Is posted on cellars in America. Wo don't want week by Haywood. During his last ta prominent corner of tho court- them over here. The doughboys Jeer day on tho stand Haywood sought to house in big, black letters. It is as at these commissions in black clothes show his organization as a friend of and the cmbusques in khaki who nibfollows: humanity and as an aid to tho gov"No German language talked In ble around at their heels or endeavor ernment. Ho said the I. W. W. kept 'this town. If you can't tdlk United to patronizo them when they como dockworkors in tho United States on leave to Paris. States don't talk at all." shipping yards at their posts and at"Tho generous American public is tempted to reveal sabotage as a paSelecting Seed Corn wasting hundreds of thousands oC triotic practice. Seed corn should be selected from valuable dollars financing the trips Jluch of tho evldenco against the stalks standing whero thoy grew, be- of the members of these fraternal convicted men was obtained during cause only then, with certainty, can orders and religious organizations tho early days of the first draft when seed be obtained from. d souvenir huntand other I. W. W. headquarters In Chicago and Stalks that have a tendency to ers. various other cities wero raided by yield well, as shown by. their su"This is not the timo to satisfy federal operatives, who seized masses periority over surrounding stalks, curiosity. We want no males over of papers and correspondence. that grew under tho same conditions. here, whether they be 15 or 70 years, Defendants Frequently III. (Such seed inherits high producing old, unless they are In khaki. And Frequent illness of many of the power.) wo don't want khaki slackers eithdefendants during tho hearing exStalks without suckers. (Such seed er. cited suspicion .of tho government produces fewer suckers than seed "Yes, and while I'm on the subthnt tho sicknesses wero a subterfuge from suckerbearlng stalks.) ject, I would liko to repeat what to delay trial. The stricken defendStorm-prostalks with ears at a hard working Red Cross nurses think ants complained they were Insuffi- desirable height. of theso wild women who aro comciently nourished In confinement. The How they Seed corn should bo selected as ing over on every boat. defendants later demanded tho ser- soon ns it matures because: get here no ono knows. vices of barbers In tho county Jail "Send us over frecklo faced trainDesirable stalks, especially early nnd tho demand was met by threo maturing stalks with hanging ears, ed nurses who won't vomit at tho government paid barbers to servo are then most easily found. sight of blood, but for the lovo of them. Warm dry weather may cause ker- Jllko deliver us from these eccentric Jluch of tho evldenco against the nels to sprout before drying. females who strut around Paris with convicted 100 went to show they had If the selection is delayed in the spiked tronch canes, trench boots, participated in widespread sabotage South tho ears may become Infested khaki skirts, Sam Browne belts and plots and activities, which crippled with weevils, grain moths nnd their other paraphernalia. . the harvest in states of tho west and eggs. "The doughboys cheer the girls northwest. It is as easy, more satisfactory and with tho red lined capes, hut what much more protltablo than selecting they say about theso wild women who try to mother them wouldn't Apply a cotton cloth wet with Bal- from cribs In tho spring. bear repetition. I havo it on tho aulard's Snow Liniment to all wounds, thority of ono of the best known cuts hums ,sorcs or blisters, and note JAP PHKSS MUZZLED. consular officers In France that an Its wonderful healing power. It is prompt and very cffectlvo. Price Toklo, Friday, Aug. 10 (by A. P.) Amorlcan wpman arrived within tho 25c, COc and $1.00 per hottlo. Sold Tho newspapers havo been pro- last six months and announced that by Ohio County Drug Co. m hibited from printing roports of tho sho had como. overt) "to feed tho progress of tho rice riots and thoro starving aviators." They ought to soul savors pass is nn absence of news from tho prov- make all theso GKKAT TKXAS DUOUOHT inces. A statement Issued today by through Ellis Island beforo they got "Cattlo aro being slaughtered for Jllnlster of tho Interior JHzuno says aboard ship. "Recently nil Europe laughed at canncrs, and oven breed stock Is bo-I- that tho Governors havo assured the dumped on tho market. Packers Jllnlstry that tho dlsordora nro abat- the photograph, reproduced in tho press, of an American Congressman havo reduced prices 25 per cent, be- ing steadily. sure float of proprietors in a special Tho organization cause tho beet market is glutted." nnd editors of newspapers has adopt life saving suit. Ho had proudly This is tho condition, according to posed in a Paris photograph gallery tho Food Administration Tuesday, ed a resolution declaring- that the prohibition against news of tho riots for the picture. that has lifted tho ban on beef to the "Keep these publicity seekers point of urging the consumer to eat Is an unprecedented and arbitrary Interference with tho right of freo away from us. Tho doughboy U the cuts of lighter cattlo. proud to bo at tho front. That privTho sudden throwing on tho markot speech as granted by tho Constitution. Thoy demand a cancellation of ilege, for which ho is willing to sacof cattlo Inlnrgo quantities, but of the order. Tho Constitutional par rifice his llfo, shouldn't bo cheapen,1 alght too light for sultablo army use, Gov- ed by allowing every Tom, Dick nnd has been caused by tho drought over ty declares that tho order of tho It sup- Katlo to como over for a few weeks, tho cattlo lands, notably In Texas. ernment la harmful becauso social then to go back to boast for the rest Tho market at Ft. Worth, Texas, last presses news of u national vitally affecting tho peo- of their natural lives about tho terweok broko all records, with 50,000 movement rible things thoy saw In tlo war ple head of cattlo received In ono day. general impression horo zone. It Is tho Tho situation Is described as "Tho fighting zono 13 for fighting that tho rlco question has become 'tragic" In reports to tho food men." I Cattlemen aro sacrlflc- - political. w sock-knittin, nt to-dasen-sctl- on long-haireof ng Ing their finest breeding stock, because they havo not tho finances to feed tho herds, nnd tho cattlo lands nro being stripped. Tho drought has been o"f almost three years' duration nnd tho cattlo men havo exhausted their finances In feeding the stock. With henvy loss facing them unless they can sell tho cattlo beforo they starvo.tho stockmen nro selling these light cattlo for unheard-o- f prices; In ono Instance in tho Amnrllla district, of suckling Texas, Uhrco ' carloads calves, that, weaned, would havo sold for $1G0 each, sold for $15 u head. Tho sheep stock suffers from the snmo conditions, In other states as well as In Texas, and tho situation with regnrd to goats Is almost as had, WAR SIGHTSEERS NOT WANTED"OVER" THERE Soldiers Tired Of Rubberneck Commissions' Visits. rm A , ;,W -., . & , wj vw ,- "'f'-'- i . - r- w WPTW f"' wjraprw a The Hartford Tho Hartford Herald, whoso ed- KY, G. 0, P. itors have safely sheltered themselves behind preferred classification, seems UTMOST utterly unnblo to bcllovo that It Is Weekly by Published unCOMPANY posslblo for anothor mnn to HARTFORD PRINTING selfishly willing to walvo such exIncorporated TINSLEY, emption nurt go to tho front. W. S. C. E. SMITH, Republicans Republican PLEDGES TO WIN WAR 1 b 1 ? i i It there wcro no nights n lot of Meeting. Editor moancss would go undone. Publicity JOHN HENRY THOMAS Is tho most cffectlvo agent for keepM S. TINS LB Y, Aoclnto Editor ing tho world straight. A newspaper, nnd Business Malinger. locnl or national, that publishes the "Members of tho Republican Stnto of whom It hurts, affording to law nt the news regardless central Commlttc, nnd other Re Entered an Incalculable service. "V. it& It - . publicans of Kentucky, In conference rostoITlcc, Hartford, Ky., as mall performs r fr'x t I of tho second class. SKS matter MW in Louisville, Friday August ICth, A young woman In Loulsvlllo sworo 'v Whit iimou f vir 191S, assembled primarily to discuss to out a warrant for n young man who subjects relating to tho approaching Address nil communications had put his hand on her knee nt a Tho Hartford Republican. November election, dcslro at this tlmo nlcturo show, and tho fresh young dollars to give voice to their conviction that man was fined twenty-fiv- e women had while tho hlgcst Interest of tho nn If more In pollco court. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. tlon demands that wo maintain our Subscribers desiring tho paper sent tho nerve of this young woman to re now address must glvo tho old sent imposition wo would havo less party organizations and partlclpnto to a patriotically in all elections, tho address in making tho request. 10c fresh young men. Business Locals nnd Notices first duty of Americans today Is to Hno, and jerInsertion. Gc per lino for addition- When a few weeks ago wo ques- win tho war, consecrating to this y iV tTov al cio o Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards tioned tho practicability of hand causo their energies and their reBe per line, money m uu- sources, without stint, and without of Thanks, knitting for tho soldiers, a plaint vnnco. regard to the nnturo of tho sacrifices Notices for services free, came all tho way from Michigan that required, and wo hero nnd now Church advertisements, Be per lino. wo were a "Doubting Thomas", and but other Anonymous communications will now comes the government to our pledge nnew to tho President of tho night. associated receive no attention. rescue. It is a bit human to like to United States and thoso Mrs. W. L. Mills, of Daviess coun by the with him our undivided allegiance havo one's opinions approved ty, local superintendent of tho MoonefTELEPHONES. Showing the splendid results of true nnd aid. court of last resort. light school movement, Is present nt 1211 Cumberland We command most heartily tho pa' 00 fort. We are sole distributors in this city for these Fanners Mutual by tho Re- the Institute. At last they are there the Am- triotic servlco rendered Superintendent Howard will pro- Senators' nnd Representablouses. Every Wirthmor Waist is guaranteed to erican airplanes in France. Nearly publican sent appropriate banners to Division AUGUST 23 a year and a half ago congress appro tives In tho National Congress. Their FRIDAY 3, for furnishing tho greatest num give satisfaction. priated $640,000,000 for the manu support of tho great war measures ber of common school graduates, 21, aeroplanes for army use, has been n source of extraordinary of of any sepnrato division, nnd to facture of The boys "over there" are marchand last week they nppenred for the strength for tho President nnd the Herbert district for the greatest dis slowly but surely on toward Bering great moral value first time behind tho enemy lines. government and of graduates, C. up- trict nuinbor of lin. Eighteen machines were sent over to tho country nt large. Wo call Tho Institute will adjourn this afon the Republicans of Kentucky, and Yes, these are Wirthmor Waists and they, are a11 returned safely. Many Germans have been killed " upon all citizens, regardless of par- ternoon. Tho following named tenchcrs are WORTH MORE worth much more. representaand the pride of the Kaiser wound An officer at the front very sen- ty lines, to elect as their j In attendance at tho Institute: ed. tive In the national councils men They would readily sell at a considerably higher sibly states, in another column of Graded Schools J. F. Brunor, successfully be T7T .. . .. this naner. the proper attention to whose loyalty cannot Leila Glenn, Hello Walker, Margaret price and in any other line they would have to. 'ine nuns are auoui iu ..iuh uu ue Elven the boys on the battle line. assailed. Williamson, J. T. Hongland, Norinoj In the .. . , the greatest "Homecoming We are further of opinion" that In n ... Prnaa But just because the makers, as well as ourselves, Elizabeth Cllllle Felix, history of the world. urging tho election of the Republican Harnett, ers, but says a host of Mooro, E. E. Tartar, Irene Taylor, are determined to keep prices down as Jong as is posbusy-bodihinder rather than nominees this fall we aro serving the Ellis Sandefur, C. K. Carson. Addle That is a fine bunch of young men country. Their best interests of tho sible they are still being sold at $1.00. Hell Taylor, Warren Peyton, C. E. j and young women attending tho coun- help the soldiers on the fighting line. high character, ability and patriotism Mien. Mrs. C. E. Allen, Rowena War is a serious business, and a bat-tl- o ty Institute this week. to tho confidence Charming new Wirthmor models on sale today. line is not tho proper place for fairly entitle them Rivvc, D. II. Vass, Mary Haggard, of the people. Tho history of the Pearl Brown. Winnie Wilson, Mrs. Jennings Bryan has great the fools with, fads and fancies. William Republican party In the nation, esMcClellan, Myrtle Taylor, Roy talents, but none of them seems to be pecially during periods of extraordi Maude suggestMay we be pardoned for Foreman, Irene Rhoads, Ida Mat- available for war purposes. acnieve-ment- s ing to the teachers now within our nary peril, is n recoru oi thews. which give evidence of the loftIt Is true most of us are busy prof- cates that their duty consists no less Common Schools J. W. Odell, , V iteering, but we ought to take time In moral than In literary training of iest patriotism and the highest qual- Maymo Shown. .Maude Miller, Go-I- n ' the children under their charge. Les ities of statesmanship." to visit the sick and bury the dead. Flener, Mrs. W. L. Miller, Clara sons upon being truthful, honest, inCrabb, Stanley Murphy, Alva SimpCKU We are going to have a little dustrious and respect for the just FARM LAND FOR SALE. son, Mrs. Earl Chick, Margaret Card- -' HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. politics for the next sixty days, and rights of others, hammered into the well. O. N. Stewart, S. W Taylor. tve had just as well get ready for It. mind of the child from day to day Russell, Mrs. I. S. Mason, Mabel About six hundred acres Edith Austin. Ray Stewart. F. L. will lay the foundations of charac If the Moonlight School campaign ter without which an education can of No. 1 farming land,known Sandefur, Bertha Westcrfleld, Ernest ts making any very great progress in be of little value. Wilson, N. L. Ross, Henry Barnes, dhlo couny it is running on rubber as the J. F. Collins farm on Mrs. O. N. Stewart, Bessio Hazelrigg, Mrs. Myrtlo Calvert, Winnie D. Mos-letires, May Byers, Cnrson Gary, Mrs STRAY STREAKS Maeterlink's The Blue Bird, the Hartford and Beaver Iinoccno Plummer. Carrie Southard... Tuesday Mrsfl Orphn S. Braden, Ethel Robinson, at the Star Theater Bertha Brown, You expect our boys in France to screened Dam pike. About 165 acres Heber Mldkiff, Hay Thomas, one of the classiest shows (By Fluko McFluko.) Gola Gracie Chapman. Grace Tllford, do their very best to win the war. night, was . season. The in cultivation and balance Wedding, Mrs. Crecy K. llaynes. expect the seen In Hartford this They have tho right to staclnc was splendidly gorgeous, and cut over land, well drained. Mary Daniel, Rhoda Whltehouse.Mrs. OLD FALSE TEETH WANTED same of you. IF HUOKEX MATTER DON'T Wright, the story simple and beautiful. It was 15 dollars Wo Will be sold in tracts to suit Eva Hamilton, O.EuniceDuff. JesseJesse cash pay up to Gold, Silver per set. Also We hnvo moro troublo with John searching for happiness Petand broken Marlow, Mrs. W. for Old The President seems to be busy a story of than all tho For further in ty, Mrs. Bessie Keenc, Ethel Muffett. Jewelry. Check sent by return mall. Henry put together. rest of tho otllco Democratic congress- without and of discovering it within. purchaser. just now in the If It's not days for sender's ap- forco 10 lived terms, see M. Mary Davidson, Mrs. Myrtlo Armendt, Goods holdour offer. Mazer's Tooth and senatorial primaries, Epictltus, a Roman slave who ional it's two. Ho has been raising proval of century, formation and Ray Specialty, Dept. A, 2007 S. 5th St.. all sorts of toward the end of the first handpicklng candidates. thunder for a couple of - Lettlo Bell, C. B. Shown, Zoda 43115 moons about his first voiced the philosophy'Materllnk H., orW. H. COLLINS,Hart- mond, Helen Riley, Marllssa Foster, Philadelphia, Pa. drawers, or rather -- 6-- tf modern ford, Ky. at the so gracefully garbs in Public accommodations Irene Ward, Dudley Westcrfleld, lone becauso of tho fact that ho has no a deplorable con- measure. EAST VIEW. Hedrlck, Josephine Hoover, Mattlo courthouse are in drawers. I hnvo finally pacified Much damage Is resulting to crops Thomas to a certain extent by Baltzell, Beulah Moore, Eva Thompdition, and the Fiscal court should OHIO COUNTY TEACHES tho The voters of the Second Appellate give the matter immediate attention. MEET IX INSTITUTE son, Susie Raymond, Paulino Rhoads, in this community, from tho continu- solemn promise thnt I would get him probdistrict are confronted with a Cora Thomasson, Gertry Funk, Arna ed drouth. somo drawers and hnvo them put William Smith nnd Zach King lem vital to democratic form of gov The war must be won but some The Ohio county Teachers' Insti Purcoll, Eva Owen, Marshall Crowo, tnblo Just as soon ns a carpenter people still think wo could ernment. A judge who has served tute assembled Monday morning, Gertrude Taylor, Ona Rogers, Lola went to Owcnsboro Monday with could be secured to do tho work. . prosecute tho war and use S'line 2G years on the bench and has drawn with a large number of teachers Westerfleld, Mrs. Pearl Ferguson, watermelons for market. , Bartlett nnd son, economy with public money nt the J11O.00O from the state's treasury present. Amby Humble, Mrs. Marion Stono.M. Mr. Clarence If Itinerant lnsurnnco men ever dio. HartIn salaries, is a candidate for saother same time. nnd, when onco dead, if they should The exercises were opened with T. Gentry, Ruth Foreman, Ethel Gll-H- Noble, made a business trip to eight years term. The character and the singing of America, in which Katie Swihart, Evelyn Foreman, ford Thursday. over reach tho pearly gates of tho Do not think because the allies fitness of the official is not in ques- everybody Mr. Arllo Jewell Is on the alck list. Now Jerusalem nnd gain Joined with a heart good- Sadie St. Clair, Monnto McDanlol, admission by tion: it Is the principle involved It are moving closer to Berlin day Mrs. Ida McKlnloy happened to n to thnt city of golden paved streets, Claudo Park. Mack Martin, O. B. will. day that you need to make no further is against the policy of a democratic nccldent recently by "If wo aro present" The welcome address was deliver Cole, Cesna Shults, Clime Austin, very painful and wo know caclr sacrifice. Tho war may be yet far form of government to build up an ed by Mr. J. II. Thomas and the Mrs. Ethel Royal, Edna Black, Mrs. sticking a nail In her foot. other thero, "as somo think wo will," end. life tenures. Ambrose, of Camp Sher- tho very first from the officeholdlng class of Mr. R. L. was by Prof. E. E. Tarter, Birdie Mldkiff, Otis Stevons, Madge r tlmo wo can got Tho surest protection against life- - Principal of tho Beaver Dam graded Hoover, Ray Cook, Maude Stewart, man, Ohio, spent a fow dayH last wo nro going to move St. Peter, Get ready for the big five billion tenures In office Is to block the third parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fnthor Abraham, May McCrocklin, Mrs. Lon White, week with his Postmaster Generdollar Liberty Loan. It Is coming term asnlratlon wherever it appears. school. organization was effected by Mrs. Cleo Frymiro, Noah Legrand, T. II. Ambrose. al Burleson, Director General Tho soon.and you must help. Soldiers can Politics should bo lost sight of when Chapman, of AlabaMr. nnd Mrs. of Superintendent E. S. Everett Bratcher, Alice Taylor, Woms or whoovor may be In authornot fight wlthouffood and guns, and so vital a question of democratic the election in this ity of Howard Chairman and Miss Maymo Park, B. H. Morris, Muriel Wilson, ma, nro visiting relatives such mnttors, to sogrcgnto tho it requires money to buy them. policy Is at stake. Retire Settle. L. L. Embry, Anna Robinson, E. F. vicinity. aforesaid agents, or issue nn ordor Shown secretary. Miss Gladys Mayfield, of Andor-sonvlll- e, requiring thorn to bo Prof. A. J. Klnnaman, of Bowling Llles, Mrs. Luana Rowan, Fnnnlo M. fitted with tho Mr. M. L. Heavrin is receiving spent Saturday and Sunday most powerful For perhaps the first time In tho Is one of tho Paris, Martlne Taylor, Earl Smith, known mufflers nnd many letters from prominent Repub- history of tho county there is a big Green, tho Instructor, Bell. forever keep their cut-ofbest known educators In tho State, Jesso Byors, Margaret Tomerlln, Er- with Mr. and Mrs. Walter completelicans in tho district, pledging him shortage in unskilled labor. Tho and his Institute work Is both pleas- na Boswell, Anna Carter, Ethel RusMrs. Charloy McKlnloy has ty- ly closed. support, and assur- United' their enthusiastic sell, Arvln Leisure, Athel Woods, phoid fev'or. States Employment service to the teachers. ing him of his splendid chances for has requests for a million of men for ing and Instructive forty-nin-e Mamlo Williams, teach Boulah Klmbly, and We havo a hunch that thoro Is goOne hundred election. Godsey, EIslo Wise, Norlno Do you got up at night? Sanol Is ing to bo a death In theSo parts in tho war industries. ers aro in attendance. common labor Ruth ut surely tho best for aU kldnoyur blad-dwill go into nonessential Prof. Craig, of Daviess county, Coleman, Mrs. Lula Fulkorson, Eula Ulllle Sunday is going to campaign Tho board gives rollof in aij early dnto, becauso wo saw John troubles. Sanol and transfer a vast num- delivered an address on Course of Woosloy, W. S. Hill, Orville Wellor, King, tho boss gravo digger, Ernest for the fourth Liberty Loan. If tho industries 24 hours form nil hackacho and blademfilling ber of laborers to more essential Itov. Bllllo is as succeiful In Is a guaranteed Hlrkhond, tho undertaker, and Doc der troubles. Sanol "We will havo to bo ruththo government coffers as ho Is filling ployment.dealing with this matter", remedy. 50c and 1.00 a bottlo at Carbon, tho public administrator, in less in CUT CIRCULATION. earnest nnd nbsorbed conversation WE MUST 40-his own socks ho will bo worth whllo tho drug store. declared J. B. Deusmore, Director yestorday. Whllo I didn't recog-nlz- o as a campaigner. EmGeneral of tho United States tho departed ono, I could almost NEW HARTFORD ENTERPRISE. Service. Only farmers, soo his pallid fuco as I gazed ut this., It is well to punish tho silly fools ployment The War Industries Board has issued an order requirsay unpatriotic things, but tho miners, railroad workers and labor- ing who all local newspapers to cut the amount of paper used 15 Hartford wolcomes a now & busi- trio. Son real traitors aro those who aro not ers In war industries, aro exempted percent by Sept. 15. By this order the Hartford Republican ness entorprlso. S. T. Burns complying as far as they posslblo can from the labor draft to bo mado at are building a now tobacco waro-hous- o ASSESSMENT NOTICE. subscribers from its with tho rules given out by tho gov- onco. Many business enterprises, not will have to cut nearly three hundred hero. Much of tho material esbontiul to wlnuing tho war, will be list. The order is imperative, and there is nothing left for Is already on thor ground and tho Whllo tho law makes It tho duty ernment for winning the war. closed, and tho laborers sent whoro us to do but comply with it. We shall of course cut off erection of tho building will begin of tho taxpayer to como to my of- Tho woman who works over last most needed. Tho ordor is drastic those longest In arrears. We will carry on our list all paid at onco. Tho now warehouse will flco, in Hartford, to assess his nron- winter's coat or tho second season but necessary. to : up subscribers, so if you want to be sure of your paper pay not bo merely a receiving shfd, butjorty, in ordorand accommodate tho hat and invests tho bavlngs in govother persons, upwe a commodious building for redrylng aged, infirm up now. After our list is cut to the required number ernment securities will at tho samo prizing tobacco. Tho now enterNOTICE TO POSTMASTERS. it economy and by cutting off an and will bo useful in that it will on whom to would work an unusual timo practice a useful, shall still receive all cash subscriptions prise hardship come to my office, I display a generous spirit of paequal number who are in arrears, and no one will be sure not only mako a turgor market for will, about tho first of noxt month, TUB POSTAL LAWS MAKE IT triotism. If, the farmers tobacco, but will employ publish notlco of dates at which I THE DUTY OF POSTMASTERS TO he will receive his paper unless he is paid in advance. paid in advance sub- considerable labor during tho fall or ono of my deputies will appear at Wo heartily appreciate tho visits NOTIFY PUBLISHER WHEN FOR however, we get our allotted number and wlntor months. Mr. Tlco Burns tho voting placo in each of tho of a largo number of teachers to this ANY REASON A PAPER CAN NOT scribers then we shall be unable to receive new ones at any will bo In nCtlvo chargo of tho busprecincts whoro such taxoffice during .tho Institute Tho Re- BE DELIVERED TO THE AD- price. The government will fix our allotment of paper iness. Tlco Is ns square as a crack- payers may meet us to assess POSTMASTERS WILL a friend to DRESSEE. publican hallways been which will strictly limit the number of papers we can issue er and as jolly as a juno bug, and wo the teachers, and wo shall contlnuo CONFER A FAVOR ON US BY each week If you want to be sure to receive The Repub aro all pleased to have him with us DILLIS WARD, to publUh every scrap of school news STRICTLY OBSERVING THIS again Tax Com'r. Ohio County. lican have your expiration date set forward at once. available. President Scc.-Trc.- is. Adopt Strong In State Resolutions Study, that was hqard with attention. His manner of handling tho subject was sltnplo nnd instructive. Prof. Mcllcnry Rhonda, Superintendent of tho Frankfurt Cltv Solinnls. was hero Wednesday. Ho explained tie objects nnd purposes of tho Smltli-Hughlaw that has to do with teaching ngrlcultura in tho schools willing to take ndvantngo of it. Tho Fords-vll- lc graded school, has qualified for federal nld under that law. of Mrs. Lucllo Hrognu Jones, Calloway county, superintendent western division of Kentucky moon light schools, nppenred beforo tho Institute and lnatlu an Interesting out-lln- o of tho objects nnd purposes of tho movoment. She referred espe cially to tho purpose of teaching sol- dicrs nnd their parents to rend nnd wrlto that they may find correspondShe said ence n porsonal pleasure. It required about thrco months longer to train ni llllterato than nn educated soldier, nnd referred to the economy for tho government In In the Moonlight schools, tho prospective soldier to read nnd,wrltc. Eighty common school grnduntcs were nwnrded diplotnns Wednesday pro-parin- g, es WIRTHMOR! wwimsm1! l i' us-,- on The Wonder Blouse for gl.00 '. es i Carson y, (L Co. one-thin- In-hi- s ed so tho-floo- tf Mc-Ad- fs or yr to tholr-proport- M FALL, ARRIVAL!' Mr. M. L. Hcavrln Is In city this week. Mr. C. I. Hardor, of Ailnburg, on us yesterday. Dr. E. H. Pendleton went to Owensboro today with Mrs. Hczoklah Ward, of Nocrcek, where sho will bo operated on for gallstones. 3BHKAUlflJX Take Some Records Home to the Kiddies want to bring joy, DO you and unadulterated, .on! Tho loral exemption board has reMr. J. H. Helton nnd boh, Romnoy, ceived orders to send fifty men to or iuagan, caiicu on us wnno in town Camp Taylor Aug. 30. Thcso men will bo taken from both tho 1917 and yesterday. 1.918 Miss Mary Ashby, of Simmons, is registrants. 'spending the week Mrs. A. C. Porter has been appointed chairman of tho local Womans' Mrs. C. E. Smith. National Council of Defense Young The Goshen school will glvo an Ico ladles wanting to tako up army nurscream supper Saturday night for the ing my bo advised of procceduro by consulting Mrs. Porter. benefit of tho district library. with Mr. and went to Miss I.oulso Sandcrs.who was comMrs. Anna Lashbrook Owensboro today whoro sho .will mitted to tho state hospital for tho Insano at Hopkinsvllle, some tlmo spend sorao time with relatives. ago, died nt that Institution, SaturMr. and Mrs. Tarlton Loyd, of day. Sho was a daughter of Esqulro Narrows, wero guests Saturday of Thomns Sanders, deceased, and her Mrs. Loyd's sister, Mrs. E. P. Moore. homo was near Olatlon. When Lieut. Gllmoro Kcown left Miss Carrlo Stevens rind Mr. W. II. Hrlzantino, of GrcenVlllo, aro the Camp Sherman for an eastern canInstitute guests of Miss Norlno Black. tonment last week, his wlfo camo hero to spend a short tlmo with Mr. and Mrs. S. 0. Kcown, after which Miss Ethel IJlnkley went to Tuesday, whoro sho will sho will resume her duties with tho visit relatives until tho school opens Red Cross at Washington City. here tho first of September. .Lightning struck tho Presbyterian Saturday, Virginia Fair and Margaret Church at McIIenrey, Misses Ingram, 'of Chattanooga, Tenn., arc doing considerable damage to tho spending tho week with Mrs. Emma building. Miss Blancho Chumley and Albert Itay Johnson wero hit or Thomas and Mr. Will Fair. shocked by the bolt, Miss Chumly Wo make a speciality of reporting being rather seriously wounded. school news of interest to teachers Miss Wlllyo Smith Is. now sailing and patrons, and every teacher in tho county should bo on our subscription the ocean blue and looking out for Germnn U boats. Sho sailed from an list. eastern port for Franco only a fow Mr. nnd Mrs. Noblo Balrd and little days ago, where she goes to engage children, of tho Washington commun- In Red Cross work. Hartford will ity, visited Mrs. Ilaird's father, Mr. have nt least one devoted friend In 1). S. Dennett and family, here Europe when Willye gets over there. Mndl-sonvlllo into your children's hearts? Stop in some night and buy a few of these new Columbia Records the youngsters go wild over. Bedtime stones and quaint folk songs for the tots; new dances and popular for the older ones. song-hi- ts Wehave all the latest and best. J Mm Columbia Grafooolas fSiKaTv and Records tt M 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. ftfsl "J some good new music perhaps one of the great war -- songs, or a bit or the opera, or a fine orchestra And how about you? Drop in and let us play these records that we' ve j ust received, on the Columbia Grafonola. Then you can decide what kind of a treat t you will take to the folks at home. Mother, too, would enjoy t Miss Hula A. King, who has a position as bookkeeper in Mqrehouse, KOIt SALE. 7t2. DUOS. Mo., is spending her vacation with One good farm horse, good size, her father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. gentle nnd a bargain at $100. One ""d'P'sm faii"? 'Till AUGUST U!J I'KIDAV from W. E. Get yonr bale-tic- s King, of near town. good milk cow.Jersey and a bargain Ct4 James ELLIS & DUO. at $85. Must be sold this week or It is easily applied, dries quickly and adds to M., H. & E. K. R. TIME TABLE. Mr. and Mrs. Tlco Durns, of Dal-ve- next. If interested act quick. the life and appearance of floors, furniture and Dr. E. W. Patterson and family, county, who spent tho winter A. D. WEDDING, louth Dound, No. 115 woodwork. Louisville, visited relatives in the herg in the tobacco business, have Stf Dundee, Ky. 9:05 a. m. of Dae at Hartford county last week. Is a Stain and Varnish Pee Gee returned for another season's work. North Dound, No. 114 combined mado especially for beautifying A SOLDIERS LETTER. They are at tho Foster House. p. m. Due at Hartford .6 Mrs. It. J. Mitchell, of Owensboro, homes. Try a can today. "Somewhere" in Franco, July 28, (Doth "Mixed" Trains.) arrived at Centertown Saturday, to Ask for Mr. II. T. Leachj of'Dllworth, 1918. comes in all sizes, from Pee Gee Color-Car- d bo tho guests of relatives. Oklahoma, who has been spending Miss Dlanch Durden, 15c up. Made in 20 Natural Wood and and Booklet, AAAAAAA4A4A44444444444444v the summer with his parents, Mr. nnd Deaver Dam, Ky. Enamel Colors. White, Gold and Silver. "The ModMrs. T. E. McQuary, of Dells Run, Mrs. Jasper Leach, near Deaver Dam, your ern Method I received Dear Cousin: PEASLEE-GAULBER- T CO., MANUFACTURERS visited Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Gillespie left in his machine for homo, Monday. letter todny, and was glad to hear of Finishing Personal News INCORPORATED Wood." of this placo Wednesday. from you. I hope and pray that I may KENTUCKY LOUISVILLE and Social Euenft, 1 Weaver Dennett, wife and little get back to old Kentucky, safe and Rov. and Mrs. W. II. Foreman rechild, of Owensboro, after spending sound again. Hartford, Ky. J. H. WILLIAMS, turned Saturday from a visit at their I am on the battle front and, be abaut ten days with relatives near old homo at Darretts Ferry. Beaver Dam, Ky. DAM TIN CO., BEAVER Cromwell, here, nnd other parts of lieve me, I have been In some mighty I tho county, have returned to their close places. Dut the Lord has spared Misses Sallyo and Ida Shults are W. E. Ellis & Dro., have seed ryo my life so far, and I am thankful 6t4 spending tho week with their aunt, home. for sale. every day for it. Mrs. H. D. Stum, at Paradise. Tell uncle Frank I would love to maflently weakened army. Predic MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. your buggies and autos. Preserve but there Mr. D. E. Choek, Narrows Ilouto 1, have now a fine line of Chamois hear him preach again. I havo not tions are unprofitable, The city council should cut tho We finishing up washing your ve- been to church but once since I have seems good reason to hope that next visited this office Saturday. Ohio Circuit Court. weeds on tho streets or repeal the for been in France, and then I could not year will see tho final end of the James Growbarger, et al. hicles. stock law and let the cows do It? and eastern understand any thing that was said. war. On the Italian OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. Mr. S. T. Dowen, of Hookport, was Vs. Notice of sale and Don't worry about me, for I am fronts there is little activity, (Incorporated) among our visitors Saturday. 8t2 Bessie Growbarger, &c. Mr. and Mrs. Logan Felix nnd developments are excoming home some day. Tho Lord can no immediate By virtue of a judgment and order family of near Cromwell, visited relaas well pected in these quarters. Pay up your subscription and of sale, of the Ohio Circuit Court In Mr. O. D. Carson, a wellknown take care of me in France Just . tives hero Saturday and Sunday. a continuance of your papor. the above styled action, entered at Ohio county teacher, has accepted a as in the United States. CIRCUS COMING SEPT. 3. I was glad to get your picture, and the- Columbia its July, 1918, term for the purpose Capt. Earl Dennett, of Owensboro, lucrative position with get will send you some when I can The Sparks circus Is heading this of distribution of tho procoeds of If you want poplar kindling wood guest of his brother, Mr. Piano Company, at Elcampo, Texas, was tho see JACK SHOUT. nnd children them made, will bring you something way and will establish Its magic king- this sale, after tho payment of' tho Ramey Duke, the first of tho week. and will have his wife when I come home. Write to me dom of tents here Tuesday Sept. 3, costs of this action and the costs of early date. Join him there nt an Your cousin, giving two performances and Inaug- this sale, I will offer for sale at puboften. Wo havo tho Owensboro Wagons, W. Edward Ford,, son of Dr. E. Merldeth Cobbs. urating its day's gala engagement lic outcry to tho highest and best bidNone better on tho market. ACTON nt employed FOR SALE High bred pacing ' 7t2- - Ford, who has been street parade. with a mile-lon- g DUOS. der at the court house door in HartKy.,returned homo last stallion. Paces a mile in 2 minutes Hazard, PROGRESS OK THE WAR. It la amazing the way tho Sparks ford, Ky., on Monday, September 2, nnd 12 seconds. Expect to sell at a ' week. Dr. O. W. Felix, of Nelson, was tho Little, sensational, has happened circus can go on improving from all 1918, at about 1 o'clock p. m., on a sacrifice. Address year. This guest of his brother, Mr.,F. L. Felix, In tho war area within tho past week. standpoints year after credit of six and twelve months, tho DR. L. D. DEAN, in ordor to prepare your meals Saturday. Tho march of tho allies toward tho soason, advance representatives glvo following described proporty: Hartford, Ky. buy one 8t2 without suffering from heat Rhino goes slowly ,but steadily on. positive assurance, it is bigger and A certain tract of land in Ohio good oil stoves from newer and fuller of thrills Miss Doatrlco Hayncs and mother of thoso 7t2 C. Park and children, of Every day is a victory day for tho bettor and county, Kentucky, near McHenry, and Mrs. C. DROS. world-freedospont the day In Owensboro Successes and splondor than evor. Narrows, aro hero for a visit with friends of bounded as follows: Its activities in rings, on stages and children, Mrs. Park's parents, Mr. and Mrs. that would startle tho world If Isoside Beginning on tho south-we- st Mrs. E. W. Moxley and contrilabyrinth of aerial visiting Mrs. Mox-lo- y' J. II. Thomas, before Mrs. Thomas lated come In tho natural' ordor of in the vances, exhibit tho grace, strength of the I. C. R. It., on the south side and Mr. Alva of Illinois, aro progress of tho Dr. W. L. Lawlaco parents, Mr. and Mrn. Alox and children loavo for Louisville, things In tho steady of tho McHenry and Ceralvo public Petty, of Narrows, wero In town For an entlro month our and skill and daring of an army of road, running west with McHenry where they will go soon to spend the allies. Olaton. May, at 'international renowned circus cele- Tuesday. nrmles havo carried out a succession winter. nnd Ceralvo road 209 feet; thenco of victories, nnd the Hun draws I A. D. Litchfield Is conducting Rov. ' Trained animals are in great va south 209 feet; thenco east 209 feet is visiting hor Mrs. Ramey Duko meeting at Prentiss. Tho . Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wedding, and nearer and nearor his own frontiers. parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Stewart, a revival began Sunday a week ago Mr. Gregory Wedding, who had been Such a long period of unbroken riety and number. Moro than two to tho I. C. R. R. Co's. Hue; thenco meeting provide ceaselessly north with tho I. C, R. R. Co's. lino near Select. visiting tho Wedding brothers' fa- successes aro 'without a parallel since score clowns 209 feet to tho beginning. and is still in progress. expected convulsing nonsense. ther, Judge R. R. Wedding, left for the war began. It Is to bo Purchaser will be required to exThe augmented menagerlo In one of government order forbids A recent when tho Huns.havo retreated Sorvlco will bo withdrawn from their home at Falrmount, W. Vn., that straightened comploto traveling zoos in ecute bond with approved socurity copy of tho us to glvo away a slnglo line they will offer tho most who fail Saturday. They made tho trip ,by to a nil tolophono subscribers havo Immediately after sale, with allien Ilepubllcan. a moro formldablo resistance, but It tho world. Tho human freaks by tho 10th of tho automobile. to pay their dues to tho Sparks retained on said proporty aa addireturned in hordes Is improbablo now they will ever PERD CASEUIER, rango month . view. tional security, bearing Interest at C bo able to repeat tho violent tents and will bo on continuous If you aro In nood of n good Manager. and Mrs. Dert Tannor left for Mr. saving go Bt4 from Madlson-vlll- o, per cent per annum from dato. The Show conies or cook Stove at a money Portsmouth, Ohio, Tuesday, where offensive movements llko thoso earGiven under my hand this August 7t2' Ky., where they exhibit Monday solbecomo 21 they will make their home. Mr. lier In tho year. When an allied 4 to ACTON DUOS. Every boy who has Is transported In their own 22nd, 191S. a fresh American stands Sept. 2. It OTTO C. MARTIN, years old since Juno tho fifth must Tanner is In tho Insuranco business, dier falls via tho Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Morrison of roglstor with the local board harp and Mrs. Tannor nnd their small son In tho rear to take his placo, but with cars In two trains and comes Master Commissioner. R. tents will be located In & Tho Owensboro, wero guests of Mrs. at tho Foster House here their last reserves In the field, tho L. N. pasture near tho depot, to'morrow. This Includes thoso whose have llf-eWoodward & Kirk, Attornoys. T. Haynes and daughter, Miss loss of a Germau soldier moans a per- - Fogle's past year. 1918. for the birthday Is August Zi, The Hartford Ji5b Republican Tho War Industries Doard has We want a number of additional ordered all weekly newspapers to recorrespondents, and will funish the duce' their paper supply by 15 per paper, .gtamps and stationery to cor- cent. This will mean that wo must respondents who will write regular- cut off about 250 subscribers. Those longest In arrears will go first. If ly for us. you want to insure tho continuance Mr. nnd Mrs. Dyron Foster, of of your paper you see what Is Coalmont, Tenn., aro with Mr. Foster's mother at tho Foster house. Mr. Foster will remain hero pending a call for army service. Messrs T. P. Carson and M. D. Dnr-naeach purof near town, havo chased farms near West Point, Miss., and they.together with their families, will niovo to the latter place in the nenr future, probably within 15 days. These are most excellent families and their removal Is a distinct loss to tho community from which they go. Ohio County Ding Co! (Incorporated) HARTFORD, KY. HHimiiiiiiiiiiirtiiiiiiiiMi.iiiiiMhiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiii iiiiimiimiimiiHiiMiiiin rd The Home Beutifier sheriff S. A. Dratcher, was in town Tuesday. Mr. Crowder will move his family here September 1. act in the capacity of offico deputy, for Mr. Cicero Crowder.who will Makes Old Furnitufc,Worn Floors', and Woodwork look like New again The cost Is small and the pleasure of doing the work yourself Is great You'll bcdelighted with the fine results obtained by using Dry Dattorles can bo had at -- ss IF REE t t C I 1 - AO-TO- N r SK ' Bwa 1& m k n SAW NEED OF GREAT HIGHWAY Washington Lono Urged Road Acron Country to Aid In Development of the West. WnslilnRton hml continued Ills curly career ns n surveyor nnd llic development of the United Stnteq mlRlit linve been even more rapid tlinn It turned out to be. Tbe picture of the pioneer IicwIiik bis wny IlirniiRli forest growth nnd underbrush, LET WORK EXTINGUISH GRIEF Best of All Antidotes for Excessive Sorrow Over Partlna From Those Who Go Forth to Fight. Orlef Is nn attitude of mind. With snmo people it Is a habit. In a sense wo owe It, ns n sort of deferential token of our love and esteem, to manifest a reasonable amount of grief for those whom duty has called to danger nnd suffering. Everybody knows, however, that the Intensity and duration of the visible manifestation of grief nre seldom In direct proportion to the sincerity of our love nnd esteem. It Is hnrd to be obliged to yield man or boy we love to become cannon fodder for the Hun. It Is n cause for intense sorrow, hut It Is no cause or excuse for Insensibility to our own Immediate duty toward that man or boy. WORK HARD AND DON'T WORRY MIXERS' ItltOTIIEHIIOOl) POSTPONES CONVENTION If There May De Said to Be a Recipe At Mount Cnrincl, I'n. tho Russian for a Long and Happy Life, Brotherhood Organization had n conWhy, There It Is. vention America Is anxiously scanning tho casualty lists these days pnlcnantly sensitive to the dread possibilities of Yet, If we paused to think, we wryshrtrfid find, ns the Equitable Life Assurance society has deducted from Its vnstjCxperlonco In mortality dntn, that "worry kills more men than war and disease put together." We read of those killed In action, dead of wounds, accidents or disease at the front, nnd our hearts are wrung for the loss of these bravo boys, but day by day a larger company falls out of our own ranks hero at home to answer the last call, the Pittsburgh Dispatch observes. Some nre spoken of as victims of hard work, of overexertion, but If 'the truth were known, it would ho found It wns worry that hastened their end. Hard work never killed anyone. It is worry that kills. A young man, for Instance, rises to the head of n good business or to some Perhaps other responsible position. ho begins to slacken, to ease up a little, and leaves the details to his subThings do not move ns ordinates. smoothly, nnd, when he wakes up, he finds he has lost his grip of nffnlrs nnd begins to worry. Ills friends think bard work killed him, but It wns worry that shortened his years. While he was fighting his wny upward his work engrossed him, ns It will any innn capable of n career. Work left him no time for worry. Keep pegging nwny. Worry Is the grain of dust that upsets the fine bnlance of the human mechanism, brings loss of power, slowing down the engine nnd ultimately racking it to pieces. Bear In mind that "worry kills moro men than war and disease put together," and so shape your life and habituate your nilud that you cannot be n COMBINGS OF DOGS DIRECTORY. CIRCUIT COURT. B. W. Slack, Owoniboro. C. B. Bmlth, HartCom'tli. Attorney ford. Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. Otto C. MarMuxter Commissioner tin, Hartford. Trustee Jury Fund Cal P. Koown, BOCKPORT. If George fording streams, nnd working his way ncros mountains Is one of our traditions of early American history, but the husky pioneer bronklng his wny nlonc was not Washington's Idea of what travel should bo In these United States. Itulns of Washington's work ns nn engineer may still bo seen along the ltnnks of the middle Potomac, hut his greatest engineering plnn never materialized during his lifetime, tlwugh several of his Illustrious compatriots gave their enthusiastic approval of tho Echcmc. scheduled for Soptcmbor 10, but learning of tho great need of Increased coal production the Hussion mlno workers resolved to postpone the convention so ns not to Interfere with working dnys. Tho United States Fuel Administration wns notified of this patriotic nctlon by Mlclincl N. H.ilkowicz, Supremo Secretary of the Russian Organization. Stomach mid Liver Troubles. Judge James Wilson. Clerk Bushing Hunt. Pollco Judge John T. Jackson. Marshal Will Longford. Ch'm'n. Board BEAVER DAM. W. T. McKcnnoy. Clork It. W. King. Pollco Judge J.- W. Cooper. Marshal R. F. Slovens. FORDSVIM.E. Ch'm'n. Board W. It. Jonc. Clork Olla Cobb. Pollco Judge C. P. Kcsslnger. Marshal Grant Pollnrd. Ch'm'n. Board Hartford. 1st Monday In March i 2 dnys Com'tli. and Civil. 1st Monday in Mny 12 dayi Civil. 1st Monday In July 12 days Com'th. and Civil. 12 days 3d Monday in September Civil. 4th Monday In November 12 days Com'th. and Civil. No end of misery nnd actual suffering Is caused by disorders of tho stomach and liver, nnd mny bo avoided by tho uso of Chamberlain's Tablets. Glvo them a trial. They only m cost a quarter. m OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR County Hoard of Education. E. S. Howard, S. S. O. C. Dlv. No. 1 J. M. Hoovor, Hartford, Ky. W. Duff, Fordsvlllo Dlv. No. Ky. Dlv. No. 3 II. L. Cartor, Narrows,. Ky. Dlv. No i Robert Goff, Bosino,. Ky. Dlv. No. C Otis II. Stevens, Beav er Dam, Ky. Dlv. No. C Nat Llndloy, Center-tow- n, Ky. TImo of Meeting 1st Monday In', February; 1st Monday In April; 1st Monday In June; 1st Monday In August; 1st Monday In October; 1st Monday In December. E. S. County Board of Examiners Hownrd, Mrs. I. S. Mason, Mrs. O. W. and they cannot shoot nor cat our It is our battle they nre fighting, . f Heady nnd eager to comfort nt a noe,ed " 1c"lfo,rt is Its villages. f"e, slopes and speed flint's priisiipil ilin beneath nn Iron hand by showing , 4 nn . n :. ",u I am H.l a, mercy in a healthy, human way; re J., were a citj in If Hackensnck on ( wHh fc which one expected speed or ser Ice. t , cnIsl t ,,,ns and Dr. C It. Kuehler who lives there t0 ' would be Indignant nbou a trunk I e neglected, Hut he Is mcrel has just received. Seeing all things with a mother b mystified because the trunk which has been on Its way to him for 2r years filsth sense that's blind to Jealousy and belongs to no one he knows, contains niranness; seeing men In their true 'not'hfng be wants and crime froih n Hpbt, as naughty children snatching, biting, biter but with a hidden side place he never heard of. ' j An Express compnnv told him thnt that's quickest touched by mercy. pea If he called and paid $1.SS In cash he Benching out her hands across the could have a package which it was to No Man's Land; to cheer with high time he had got. He reported warmer comforts thousands who must with the funds nnd found one of the stand and wait In stenched nnd crawl-oldecntrench- trunks now oxtnnt. A stamp ing holes nnd water-soake-on Its side indicated that it had left ments where cold and wet bite deeper, Nnhl, India, in 1SS3 nnd its contents so they write, than Roche steel or lead, She's warming thousands, feeding, showed It had been handled by some 'of the most violent baggage handlers healing thousands from her store; the In America. It contained a circular of greatest mother in the world the Itcd Cross. Warren Anderson In "Pack- n holy lnnd lecturer. ' ' "With the title free nnd clear, Doctor ages." Kuehler, with no show of enthusiasm had the trunk removed to the nearest Sets Pastor to Thinking. open lot. Washington Times. If there should be a noticeable fall-lu- g off In male pedestrian traffic on .A Object Lesson In Cleaning Up, the cast side of Illinois street, between pageant took place WashIngton and Maryland streets, per-n- t A Indore, India, a few days ago. be- - g0M wll0 llavo scen Scrgtj v I5 I5rown ingoneof the first of its kind to bring on recruIting duty will say he is . rccruitn!; to the people an invaluable oh- - L )le for ,t The ject lesson in oruer to encourage uie H()n ,g r)3 South lnnos stroct cleaning and brightening of the city, nnd Sergeant nrnwrnntrnls thnt par nnd to stimulate tho masses nnd gen ticular part of the city. If he sees a crnl public to hopeful nnd enorgetlc young man looking into a shop winnctlon In dealing with cases of plngue dow or looking at passengers uboard and the rat pest. The first part of the the street cars, he asks him: "Now, the prosperity and why aren't you In the army of your i procession showed beneficial results of keeping tho city Uncle Sam?" He stopped a young clenn. Then tho scene changed. Tigers clergyman. "I think I am doing my of III omen appeared scattering the bit in my own way," replied the pas- death; then foljcerms of disease and lowed on a cnrt the model of a dirty sergeant urown reports mat ne tumbTo-downhouse and failed to enlist the preacher, but said, model of the gigantic rat of plague the I set hhn to thinking." Indianapolis bearing upon Its back Nnralcasur, the News. Giant of Dirt, with his club. These were courageously attacked by tho Fplrlt of cleanliness nnd henlth; but German Toys Not What They Were. Simplicity Is the rule in Oermnn toy with Incomplete success. shops now, and wood, once formerly Equip Balloons With Carrier Pigeons. used only for the cheaper toys, is emThe students of the Collegiate Bal- now almost the only miiterlul school, nt Mncon, On., do not rel- ployed. Luck of flour, which is used loon ish the Iden of spending two or three with cement to make the bodies, prednys In tbe swnmps, cut off from nil vents the manufacture of new dolls. communication with the outside world, Wax, used for the heads, Is almost such as was experienced by u party of unobtainable, uml the material for four of the students n few days ago dresses costs four times us much as Toys cost nt least when the big gas bag In which they before the war. .made an ascension came down In the twice ns much ns formerly, metal toys Oemulgee swnmp a few miles below nre few in number, and some of the Macon. To guard ngnlnst this the bal- very cheap vnrletles cannot be had at loon school tins purchased n number all. The metal that formerly went of carrier pigeons, nnd In the future Into the making of trains, horses, soleach balloon that goes up will he diers, magic lanterns, etc., has been equipped with pigeons which will bo taken by the government for tho manused In an emergency to communicate ufacture of munitions. , with the headquarters of tho bulloon school. Green and Mlctrustful. Thomas W. Lawson said In a Boston Chemists. Aviation Needs j lecture : The swift development of the science "i.no green speculator is api io ne of nvlnthm has produced a number of more suspicious and mistrustful than highly Important quebtlons which, In tho seasoned one. Green speculators the opinion of experts, must bo solved by their actions often remind me of by the chemUt. says Popular Mechan- the farmer who went to tbe Boston & ics Magazine. Ways must be found, for Maine station, put down a ?'J0 bill, nnd example, to overcomo tho susceptibility suld to the ticket agent : of machines to sudden changes of .tem" 'Hound trip to Washington, young perature, and some sort of a chemical feller. compound Is needed to make cloth, "'Hero you are,' said tho agent. used In airplanes and elsewhere, water- 'Change nt New York.' proof, nlrproof, and slow burning. Oth"'No, ye don't, young feller!' snarled er fields for the chemist nre suggested the farmur. 'I'll tuku my change right iby the demand for rustproof metal here.' " 4!utH uml light ulloys. ,..,, This plnn of Washington's was a .quicker, surer route toward the West to supersede the blnzed trail and The government did not take nny steps toward the construction of so expensive a bit of road building until three years after Washington's death. For fifteen yenrs work on the road wns under wny, first on paper, then with pick nnd shovel, nnd finally fthe national road between Cumberland, Maryland nnd Wheeling, W. Vn., was Ircndy for service. WashIn the mind of the ington, tho highway had reached to the shores of the Mississippi perhaps even farther Into the West. Hut the government turned to what It considered affairs of more pressing Importance. The nntlonnl road passed Into the bands of the stntes directly concerned, and In time became the Old The development of National road. 'railroad and steamboat made n cross country highway rout? 2 IonJ:c Jf pressing necessity and the old rend was lii 'danger ofsl iddjiu Jo the level of a dusty country roadway. " Just In time to snve the Old Nationfate enme al road from this the automoblllst demanding good roads with attractive scenery ranged alongside nnd a few spots of special Interest thrown In. To all these demnnds the old road responded, and today It Is 'in high favor with the goggled ones foot-.patfar-seein- g scml-trngic They say It Is the anguish of waiting that makes It so hard on tbe wom en. If that is the cause of our grief, we have an easy solution just stop waiting nnd get busy. There Is plenty to do. To have something before you, clearly seen, which you know you must do, nnd enn do, nnd will spend your utmost strength and perhaps life In, doing, that Is one form at least of very high happiness, and one that appeals the facts prove It not only to saints nnd heroes, but to average men. And those who can love enough and nre strong enough In heart, will find opportunity for the snme happiness, that same exhilaration In doing their part, hero at home. This Is the real triumph, the great victory which must bo won over there. If nny permanent good is to come of this great tragedy. The Moth ,. er's Magazine. victim. .- v .. ,- tears. Kiii'inlng In Dakota. "Speaking of farming," snld tho COUXTV COUBT. visitor from the West, "we have some Monday In each month. farms out In Dakota that aro quite Mocts first Judge Mack Cook. sizable. I'vo seen a man on one of our County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. big fnrms start out in tho spring and plow n straight furrow till fall. Then Clerk W. C. Blnnkcnshlp. Sheriff S. A. Bratchcr. ho harvested back." Superintendent E. S. Howard. "Wonderful!" snld the listener. "On our Dakota farms," ho went Jailer Worth TIchenor. D. E. Ward. Tnv Commissioner on, "it Is tho usual thing to send young mnrricd couples out to milk C. S. Moxley. Surveyor Coroner Dr. A. B. Blloy. the cows. Their children return with Boston Transcript. tho milk." FISCAIi COUBT. Meets Tuesday after flnt Monday In January, April and October. Ed Shown, Hartford, 1st District IcVm 20. O I Boute 3. HAS HELPING HAND FOR ALL Desig- UTILIZE English Red Cross Most Appropriately nated as the "Greatest Mother In the World." Stretching forth her hands to all in Women Making Articles the Red Cross Service From Somewhat Odd Materials. for Helps Sick Women Cardul, the woman's tonic, helped Mrs. William Eversolc, of Hazel Patch, Ky. Read what need; to Jew or Gentile, black or white, knowing no favorite, yet favor- JUfj ..i,iiv .wn through a"; i. i"5,. lT ,.,,' ,, st d '- Tho picturesque spinning wheel is into its own again In Kng-lanbut in certain Instances an unusual material Is employed to work upon. The tiny pet dogs, so very Knglnnd, nre numerous in "doing their bit." Watch the spinner at the wheel and guess what her soft nnd fluffy raw material is? Just simply the combings of ITdo and Fill, and a host of similar pets. The softness of these combings suggests Shetland, and the wool produced provides for jerseys, mufflers, nnd operation stockings; of which the Bed Cross say they can never have too many. Of course these doggie combings receive spegjal treatment Tiefore they reach the spinning wheel. It seems that the use of dog's hair for wool manufacture Is not new, ns n lady In England tells of her mother having a frieze suit years ago, tbe material for which was contributed by n favorite Chow. Gossip has It In London that only the fear of looking absurd prevented the women's branch of the ministry of national service from instituting a scheme for collecting dog's hnlr. Perhaps the little dogs are trying to Justify their tiny lives, In the face of suggestions that their food Is more needed In England now than their presence. coming dog-lovin- g bed-sock- d, she writes: "I had a breaking-dow- n general of my health. I was in bed for weeks, unable to I had such a get up. 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Beaver Dam. Duff. 3rd District Q. B. Brown, Simmons. Jan. 2G nnd 20 Common School. G. W. Bowe, Center-tow- Diploma Examination. Jtli District May 10 and 11 Common School' Gtli District W. C. Daugherty.Balze-tow- n. Diploma Examination. May 17 nnd 18 County Teachers nth District W. S. Dean, Dundee Examination (white). May 7th District B. F. Blco, Fordsvlllo. nnd 2C County Teachers 8th District B. C. Bhoades, Hart- Examination (colored). ford, Bouto G. Juno 22 and 23 County nnd Examination (white). HARTFORD. Juno 28 nud 29 County nnd Mayor J. E. Bean. Examination (colored). Clerk J. A. Howard. Sept. 20 nnd 21 Cotyity and Stato Pollco Judge C. M. Crowe. Teachers' Examination (whlto). Marshal Sept. 27 and 2S County nnd Stato E. P. Casebler. n. 2-Stato-Tcachcr- Stato-Teachor- s' weakness and dizziness, . . . and the pains were A friend very severe. lo.d me I had tried every-lh.else, why not Cardui?. .71 did, and soon saw it was helping me . . . After 12 bottles, I am strong and well." ng We Knock the Spots Out of Thingi Ladies' and Men's Garments French Dry Cleaned and Preiittf U Superior Manner. Bend I 98b .GERMINAL. REMEDY A WILL YOU TAKE OU R" Treatmenl ) TAKE o rij- ua your Garment! and Them Mr ffiBKSv A quick rrllcl (or for WEAK LUHGS or GONSUMPTIOK CLEANED CLHAN Packages called for and CARDUI The Woman's Tonic Do you feel weak, dizIs your zy, worn-out- ? lack of good health caused from any of the complaints so common to women? Then why not give Cardul a trial? It should surely do for you what it has done tor so many thousands of other women who suffered it should help you back to health. Ask some lady friend who has taken Cardul. She wL'l tell you how it helped her. Try Cardui. I uollTr4, THE ELTE PRESSING CLUB ihacr. wrak itIudc coal net help you Nnll, Prop. HARTFORD. KENTUCKY. A. Iv couchi, FOR ONEthcJ,MONTH tumlown frrlinc, (ht palm la chcil. nlshl wmIi. Iieroor or coniumpllon. II II do you nothint. OHIO MEDICAL CO. KiJ!? UNIYERSITir Every Tooth Visible. "All right, here they nre, look yon take tho DnniRhon Training, the irainintr that buslnohrt njn Icrlorro. You can tako Itat cntlrgt or liil mail. wrlto (rtbiu D1UUGUO.V8 1'llACTIC.W. p OS IT ON GOOD LEXIHGTQH, KY., BUSINESS I Secured or Your Money Back raducah. kr lil'SI.VKKS house-clennln- g nt I'OLLKOf re-ho- torrvMSEJjrsSC' them." This was the reply of a local manufacturer whose health has been unsatisfactory and who went to n local doctor for examination nnd treatment. Some of the doctors are ordering patients to have their teeth extracted when rheumatism or other nches fall to respond to treatment. Some perfectly sound teeth have been pulled to relieve patients of Illness nnd they say the loss of nil the teeth has In some cases shut off the poison which pwrrhenissnld to supply, to the man- DR. Temple Masonlo J. H.THORPE THROAT. NOSE And Fitting of Glasses 0W0NSB0R0. KY. he taj SaattM la TRW 8. Scila Bnbtu CaOt) d Tctegrtphr BuilntH, Short Hind, Tjpo Writing Thla ol 1 an I influntial Collcc ran Art moch for jewel toured andlowarl aocnrlntf a kigh tauntS Itfwttlcn. Diploma a warded Hprelal Ooar for Knipliiymraf. Ihouaaada of anecppoX at graduate, jfetfinaorume, IJCrAimi i:NT roil lulir.H.unJertherorr. tlaloaot a La-t- Vrlnolpal. 1" latlle attending: thla CIBaraug homva. lor rtlralar. addrra Eteaalon. LEXINQTON, KX- WILBUR ft. SMITH ElE, EAR, USE LI V-VER-- NEW un,der ANY OTHER NAME. NOT SOLD THE 8EWINQ MACHINK OF QUALITY. . d ufacturer submitted to a thorough examination nnd the doctor then said: "I can't find the cause of the trouble. There must be something wrong in your teeth. Let me look nt them." And then the accommodating patient opened his mouth nnd handed the astonished doctor an upper and lower plate. Indlnnnpolls News. How "Johnny Cake" Got Name. Corn bread coming Into Its own Is a repetition of the story of Civil war days In the confederacy. At that time the bread situation became acute and throughout the South the people supplanted the white flour .article with corn pone, later creating what we today know ns corn bread. Southern soldiers snw very lltth other bread during tbe war. These fighters south of the Mason nnd Dixon line were known to the Yankees ns "Johnny Bebs," and when It wns learned that they ate corn bread the federal soldiers nt once nnmed It "Johnny Cnke." Neck of the House. x The "directory" man had cnlled, nnd asked the housewife for the name of tho occupant. "Mary Jane Smith," wns the reply. "Widow or spinster?" ho usked, briefly; then, noting the sudden glare In her eye, lie added, hastily: "If you aro married, It's your husband's name I want, as he will, of course, be tho head of the house." "Oh, lie will, will he?" exclaimed tho woman, with somo asperity. "Well, If he's the head, then I'm the neck, an' a head's a helpless sort o' thing If It hasn't u neck to wag It." i All Druggists I.W For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. HOME tho WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. mr a Mothers ) use . ftfiSretfs XT JhsLJr m m . Kv ihp Chiltlron A vermiruee luhiene remedy for worm. Peel right all tho time. Don't lay oft have a llfo auct nttho price you pay, and wlU from work for days by taking calom not have an endless chain of repairs. keeps yos when plensant Lio- - Ver-La- x on your feet, while rclievingyour troubQuality le. Safer too, nnd easy to take Don tako anything else. You can't nffoK Considered it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses system and relieves constipation. A nafc it u the ural remedy, natural in its actions, sure Cheapest in its effect and certain in results. It wiC won't bo long before Uo- - Vc-La- x in tlie end completely dtsplaco calomel in over home.i Children can tako it freely ani In riiiv. " with perfect safety. Every bottlo guar$1 in bottles Noni anteed. 50c and If you wnntn sowing innchlnc,rrIto tor, genuine without the likeness and sign our latest cutalofuo before you purchase. Grfc&by. For sale by turo of L. K. The New Home Sewine Machlns Co., Orange, Mass.) i. fL WILLIAM8. - HarUorA K If you purchase N:' ItOMK you will, tW " iiie, um old f4j w Screst7-&- T u tHe belt tettimoaUl jretn coatiau-a- FREY S VERMIFUGE fa jrou. I cu S3 ijvij ca I , .Uia: M a fwf eurr yau. wJ ha) BUM M lie Succeed when everything else falls. In nervous prostration unj female '.veaknesse they aro the suprt-mtemedy, at thousands have testified. ectric titers Every Woman Wunis ' nnixlr. E. & S. FREY, ALTIMORE. MB. it FOB KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE Is tho best medicine ever sold over a druggt3''o counter. I7nP PPDCnMAI tivnirtii; Dissolved in water for douche stop pelvic catarrh, ulceration and Inflam. motion.. Recommended by Lydia E. Finkhom Med. Co. for ten years. A bealing wonder for natal catarrh, soro throat and eoro eyes. Economical. Hal iUJmuy c!r.iming d Sejmtct!jl rowtr. rTV"!?' Tmltl ilmggHtt, or lewaj by ymail. IJn Ptilon te.ll Omnanr. Itailou. Mm. , L k ovor fruit, put In strainer. Pack fruit not at tho tlmo been fixed by law and carefully in sterilized, hot jars. Placo the oporntlon of tho wheat market rubber and cap In position hut do not .entirely In tho hands of government senl. Sterlllzo Jars In hot water bath agents. In effect tho modification of these for 30 minutes, completo seal, Invert to test for leakage, wrap and store, i wheat saving measures was the sanio xBr an offl?lal announcement from tho To can fruit Juices for winter Jolly-In- s In two yearn tho production ot dry and tho medicine, whon poured into viliblo beans In this country will bavo Its mouth, will run down Into tho making press out fruit Juices and government that a great crisis has almost (Inublcil, It tho forecast ot tlio animal's throat. Oil should bo given bring to a temporaturo of 110 degrees been past and that wheat no longer llureau ot Crop Estimates of tho slowly, a swallow nt n time, nnd upon In porcelain lined or ncld proof kot-tl- stands nt the premium that It has Pour into hot Jars or bottles and maintained for nearly a year. United States Department ot Agri- any Indication ot choking tho head This announcement camo Just at culture for this year Is verified In tho must bo nstnntly released, as tho In sterlllzo for forty minutes ns for linrvest. Tho expected crop of this haling ot oily preparations into tho ordinary fruit. Cork or seal nnd cover the tlmo when wheat was moving In lungs Is likely to causo pneumonia. tho largest quantities from tho farm year Is 19,791,000 bushels, ono-ltaJoints or Beat with melted paraflno. Ilie Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been Colics which nro nppnrcntly mild To mako applo syrup for use with to tho mills, Just when Bales by tho ot which will como from California In use for over over 30 years, has borne the signature of at tho beginning may quickly develop cakes, candles, and general sweeten- growers nro heaviest, and Just when .and nearly one-nt- h from Michigan. and has been made under his per- Into dangerous complications, nnd ing add 5 ounces of powdered cnlclum many farmers must sell to meet the !,?al fiuPervision since Its infancy. Hops will make- n larger crop this n colic that exists for twolvo hours carbonnto to 7 gallons of sweet apple accumulated expenses of tho past Mlow no one t0 decelve you Jn th year than In 1917 by 17 per cent., will often kill tho animal. Colics elder. Tho powder Is low priced and summer and harvest. It was Just at All Counterfeits, Imitations and " are Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health but, It tho recent forecast by tho Iturcnu which nro caused by a twist or tlo powdored chalk, lioll tho mixture tlo tlmo when tho man with tho of Infants nnd Children Experience against Experiment. of Crop Estimates of tho United In tho Intestines or a rupturo ot somo hard for flvo minutes. Pour tho mix ready money likes to catch the man States Department of Agrlculturo is portion of tho bowels nro Incurable, turo Into glass Jars or pitcher and who needs tho cash, tho critical time confirmed by tho harvest, Tho expec- according to h. S. llnckus, ot the allow to stand eight hours to settle, when tho speculator can drlvo a hard Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Pour tho clear liquid Into n preserv- bargain with tho grower, when tho tation Is 32,494,000 pounds, with Agriculture. Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. grower can accept a ruinous price or may bo compared tho crop of ing kettlo and add to it 1 level which It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its ot llmo carbonate, stir well. feed his grain to the hogs. 27.7SS.000 pounds In 1917 of 00,595, Cull The Flocks. age Is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has In ordinary times this Is Just what 000 poundes In 1916, and ot Much of tho poultry now raised Doll down rapidly until of clear been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, ' one would have happened as a result of syrup consistency and nbout pounds In 1915. back-yar- d on tho farm and in tho wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverlshness arising original bulk, when tested In Mr. Hoovers announcement regarding flock Is not as profltablo as it should seventh therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids con the wheat situation. For a few weeks Iowa Is tho leading Stato this year bo. Tho estimated production of tho cold water It should have tho toe assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. syrup. Cool tho tho bottom would havo dropped out tho production of corn nnd oats, nvcrago hen Is not over 85 eggs per sistency of maplo in The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend: according to tho Indications of July year. During 1915 nbout 2,000 hens syrup slowly, whon cool store the of tho market, and the prlco would and sterlllzo have been around eighty cents or a 1; Kansas leads in wheat, Minnesota under closo observation in contest In syrup In Jars and bottles portion of the In barley, North Dakota In ryo and this country laid on tho nvcrago 151 fifteen minutes In canner. Store and dollar untlll tho largest crop had been grabbed by the greedy syrup. In hay, eggs. Since theso hens varied from uso as you would maple flaxscede, South Dakota 'Bears the Signature of Then According to canning specialists fingers of the speculators. nothllng to 314 in their production, Louisiana In rice, probably It Is evident that tho 151 eggs aro ot the Agricultural Department corn would havo begun tho steady rise as In buckwheat, Texas in All syrup may bo successfully used to the manipulators took the grain of grains and cotton, Now York not tho maximum obtainable. their supplement sugar in ranking Jellies, tho market, and in January the pub In potatoes and commercial apples, poultry ralHers should cull s, flocks and keep only tho best layers. Jams, marmalades and fruit butters. lic would havo paid $2.50 for wheat Alabama In sweet potntoes and In California commercial A study of tho principles of breeding, Vary the amount of syrup used to which had been bought from the suit tho taste. Experiment has proved farmers for eighty cents. a enre. and feeding will enable poultry peaches and edible dry beans, Thanks to the adminstratlon In that it combines best with strong keepers to accomplish this result. In broom corn, and Kentucky llnvorcd fruits, such ns pineapple, Washington, which long ago saw the In tobacco. cherries and goosoborries. A govern- necessity and Justice of protecting Ducks Kor Meat And Ksp. Kind You ment reclpo for raspberry Jam calls the farmers from such a catastrophe exTho Pokln breed Is kept almost W. II. Threlkcld, ono of tho best TMK CKNTAUR COMMNV, NW VOHK OITV. producers of green for 3 pounds of berries, washed and at such a time, nothing of tho sort fnrmors of Union county, Ky.,8ovoral clusively by many farms where mashed In a preserving kettle. Heat took place, and the formers aro now yenrs ago took ono of tho poorest ducks, and also on grown for meat. They fatten slowly and add gradually 2 pounds getting a fair price for their wheat, farms In tho county and ho now has they nro rapidly and may bo fed on rations of granulated sugar and 1 pound of while tho erstwllo speculators are It on a decidedly paying basis. It Is corn syrup. Cook until the mixture probably dreaming troubled dreams ono of tho best demonstration farms recommended for chickens, but better Jelly ot the illgotten wealth which would usually secured by feeding Is thick. Pack Into sterilized suc- results nre to bo found, and tho secret of his havo been 'theirs in the good old days more green and vegetable feeds and glasses. cess has been lime llmo lime and that aro now no moro. n larger portion of mash. more lime. For tho general farmer who Is Cheat In Wheat. more Interested In obtaining eggs A short whilo ago I happened to War Help ,rom Farmers. Tho greatest yield of wheat per than producing meat the Indian with an old Farming has taken on a new imacre that has been ascertained by the Ilunner is a good breed. This duck get Into conversation agricultural outlook, portance and dignity since the war United States Department of Agrlcul- holds tho samo relatlvo position In man about tho and ho said: "My wheat and oats has changed so many things, and nvcrago turo Is 117.2 bushels, the tho duck family that tho Leghorn to cheat purty bad." I tried next to tho soldier stands tho men of IS acres in Island county, Wash., does In tho chicken family. It lays a. turned to convince him that wheat and oats who can feed the world; they are as In 1S95. Tho field had been In good-size- d white egg considerably could not turn to cheat any more truly soldiers as the men who go to vntlon for 30 years without any sort larger than n hen's egg, and Is do- - than a horso could turn to an elephant tho front, and work they must If we may havo of fertilizer, except such as clared to bo a small eater, a good spotted dog Into a glmpson weed, lecn left by crop3. Tho usual pro- forager and hardy. The Introduction or aseemed to firmly cling to that old arc to bo victorious. It is a temptation n with many patriotic farmers to unduction of wheat per aero In that of this breed Is helping to build up n Idea, disregarding reason, argument dertake to much nnd do nothing well Stato is 23 to 25 bushels, duck "eggs. Theso or what not. Farmers need to study trado of first-claIt is not a time for experimenting eggs should bo marketed frequently, botany and tho other sciences a little but for doing Intensively all that is Tho Ited Cross Is reaping a golden as they depreciate In quality more moro before putting up such silly done. Much better raise thlrty-sl- x harvest from tho food profiteers all rapidly than hens' eggs. arguments. His wheat did not turn bushels of wheat per acre on eight over tho country. Tho following anto cheat, neither did his oats. The acres than half that amount on twice nouncement of tho Food Administracheat came wild, same as rag weeds, tho land. Nothing as over empha A Iliislnoss. Funning Is tor is one of dozens Issued from tlmo As one fnrmer so aptly expressed crab grass, cockleburs and tho like. sized this fact moro than the present, to tlmo: The Food Administrator has and everywhere men are trying to permitted Samuel Eckstein, of 449 It, "I tried a few years ago to keep Need Attention Now. make their acres as productive as Enst 123rd street, Now York City, an accurate account of my business, Go over your plows and cultivators possible. It is a great temptation to It to mako a contribution of $10,000 to but was not ablo to continue properly stored add to one's acres, but those who tho lied Cross In lieu of a permanent throughout tho year owing to the and sco that they are thoroughly plan work according to their strength revocation of his llcenso for profi- rush of farm work. Since this farm away In a dry place and has cleaned of all dirt and rust. Clean and their farm equipment will not reIs an es- management demonstration-wor- k teering. This contribution stop out tho gret It. Surely, taking care ot the man timated return to tho public of tho been started by tho county agent I out your corn crib and was proved know that theso records aro of valuo rats. Cut all tho weeds and bushes power on tho farm Is a wise thing, excess profits made. It Inaround tho house, yard, garden and and when a man works himself althat Eckstein had m'ado as high ns nnd Just what an account should When dry pile most to death to run twice as big a ho had clude to mako them of value. I find In tho fence rows. $1.90 a barrel on flour, Hint way place violated tho substitute rulo and hnd It easy now to save my checks for them in somo out of the wash or farm as ho Is prepared to take care money paid out and to list tho things whero they will stop somo dealers. of, ho Is paying to big a price for the made sales to unlicensed Go ovor effort. Ho admitted familiarity with Go- 1 have received money for. Then at make ft rich spot ot land. oro vernment regulations, but said that tho end of tho year, I know If my your fences and see that thoy Work we must, and win the war your potato wo must, if life is to bo worth living. It was Imposslblo for a dealer llko business has been profitable, and If well repaired. Prepare house and see that It is so conctruct-e- d not, why It was not so." 'Mm to obey tho regulations. as to keep potatoes dry. OH up A Modern Farm Tractor. s. -your farm machines. Cut your win-tor- 's asadgaESk War And Sheep. Colic In Horses. Using gasolene or kerosene for supply of fire wood and saw and given tho sheep nnd wool War has No Money Colic in horses usually means you fuel, will plow as much land In one in Advance It may consist simply of a Industry a stupendous task, making split enough stovewood to last day as ono man with a team will plow Satiafao Is an easy Job fow spasmodic pains from which tho sheep raising a patriotic as well as through tho winter. It BLrLrJL"'? l week or ton days. Tho samo trac M lion Guar to prepare plenty of good stovewood In a a profltablo undertaking. Sheep IndiAnimal gulckly recovers, or tho anteed driven by one man will pulverize, llttlo bread grain, and ns both at this season, but when tho cold, tor LowestNet gestion may tormlnnto In Inflammapack and seed the ground at a single strong de- dreary midwinter days set in, it Is Fa tion of tho bowels, which often proves wool and mutton aro In samo me Prions of tho In- a hard job to keep tho stovewood pre- operation, and later this Somo forms ot Indigestion aro com- mand , tho development chanical power may bo used to harInternal dustry will contrlbuto materially to pared, and besides, tho stovewood vest nnd thresh tho crop and hall the plicated by bloating, and tho Torraa A Saving of pressure may rupturo tho animal's tho Nntlons food nnd clothing supply. prepared In winter does not burn as grain to market, nil In shorter time 5100 to Wool has about trobled In prico, woll as wood split In tho fall or sumstomach or causo It to dlo of suffocamoro economically than can be and and tho prlco of lambs has about mer and stored Kln a good, dry tion. From Fac by men nnd teams. accomplished f. A. ETARCK doubled. Tho gross annual returns Mofat cases of collie can bo preventlory Direct m mcsidcnt Thero Is no question but that tho ca5VCf7o. Tjfcrirr breeding ago may bo exfeeding. Sudden from ewes of ed by enreful pacity of tho farmers to produco is to $15 Kami l'owor Changes. changes of feed should ho avoided. pected to rango from ?8percentagea very greatly Increased by tho E" upon tho In tho early days men and women being Also feed In a stage of curing, such head, depending uso of tho farm tractor, and tho work weight of tho did tho heavy work on tho farm. Then We will Bhlp you a beautiful Starck Piano for 30 days' freo trial, In your as now oats, iiorty cut grass and now of lambs raised, tho home. No cash payment required. All we ask la that you will play upon, use ot these pro- animals woro used to do tho hardest accomplished with this mechanical orn Is always dangerous for horses. llocces, and tho valuo and test this piano for 30 days. If, at the end of that time, you do not find It the quality and work with tho aid of crudo Imple- power Is usually of better highest grade, sweetest tone J and llnest piano In every way, that you have ever Heavy grains, such as corn, should ducts. samo work seen for the money, you are at perfec liberty to send lttaclc, and we will, In tnat million acres of land In tho ments which Hghtenod tho former's moro economical than tho Several event, pay the freight both ways. T. Is Starck, Piano must make good with you, have bran or oata added to givo it accomplished with horses. or there is no sale. United States produce good summer burdens and enabled him to farm lighter. greatpr bulk and rendor It nro not grazed at moro land nnd produce larger crops. Easy Payments Sava $150.00 or Mir It Is a good practleo n feeding feed for sheep, but Too pay no cash down, but alter SO days We ship direct to you from our factory, et FeitllUiT Situation. summer present. Efforts should bo made to Water wheels and wlndwheols, as n work horses during tho hoi of trial, you can begin payment on the low. prices that sae jou upwards ot f 150.00 la the most economic uso of sourco of power, also took tho place est, caslet terms ever suggested by a piano Tho Food Administration through cost of your piano. We guarantee to furatiti months to precede tho evening grain securo tho manufacturer. These terma are arranged to you a better piano for the money than you can Imot manual labor. Gradually farm tho Stato Council ot Nntlonal suit your convenience, and It is possible for You are assured ol receiving ecure elsewhere. ration with an nllowanco of hay. ovory aero. tho slacker acres. you to buy a plans for your home, without a satisfactory sweet tontd durable high grade proved and dovoloped, and horso Hound up is endeavoring to lncreaso tho mlssl.ig the monej. This gives tho animal tlmo to become . . piano. power replaced hand power In many wheat acreago ot Kentucky during and tho somowhat rested and cooled, OR.Vaa CuavunfaA Without KiiKr farming operations. Later tho steam tho coming year. Tho llkelyhood of Can PlayrPiaNM moro concentrated feed will bo much 2nd - Hand largains Every Starck Piano 11 two Btarck (Ily lllddy Dyo) onglno was perfected and used for Increasing tho whoat acreago moro We have constantly on hand truarantecd (or 23 yean. less llkoly to causo Indigestion. Tho the best and most beauti of tho threshing nnd a targe number of slightly used This guarantee hat back other heavy work. then C to 7 per cont Is uncortnln nnd Tho canning specialists ful ri'ver Plasot w ska amount of cold drinking of n liberal nunc of all ot it our 35 yean of piano and fou win' oe Jt market. Department of Agrl Today tho gas onglno and farm trac- an lncroaso produstlon, of total experience, and the repu. standard makes taken In ex lighted with the many wuter Is likely to chill tho Intostines United States change tor new Starck Pianos tatlon of an recognizing tho sugar short-ag- o tor aro rapidly taking tho place ot thoreforo, dopends quite materially ciusite features oi culturo, responsible piano bouse. The follow, and .mid causo colic. wonderful Instruments. sal leg are i few sample bargains i which makes food canning dill-cu- lt othor kinds of furm power, and farm upon Increased production por aero. will be pleased with Thoymptoms of colic aro too woll Muslo 60 Free sery low prices at i 5)110.00 Weber tho gallant, American slo- production has been greatly Increas sends In this connection fannors will Tho description. they can be secured. known to need Lessons Stelnway 92.00 sugar or no ed. This development from hand to Immense quantities ot fertiliand gan "Kcop canning, Piano Itak Fit however, U complox, Chickering 90.00 every purchaser of T trouble onglno power on tho farm has been zer ot tho phosphate variety suitable sugar! r Marl Btarck Pianos, we giie free Kimball 95.00 unless recovery Is rapid a votcrinary j beautifully lUustnUd lessons, in one of music Llko tho Amorlcan soldier tho brought about because of tho con for increasing tho yield of wheat. Tho 195.00 Starck the best known schools in , should bo called. Ono quart of raw Amorlcan housowlfo must show a Btant and growing demand for i Chicago. These lessons you urge amount os aaas present fertilizer slutntlon at tho Send for our latest complete I tlon regarding plaasa. linseed oil mixed with two tablecan take In your own home, second band bargain list. that can not bo daunted by chines which enablo men to do bettor tlmo Is such that farmers should not hook by mall. This represents win intense spoons ot turpontlno, if given at an pleas you. writ one year's free Instruction. Sugar for fruit canning1 und greater work In thq Hold of agrl-J- s delay in placing their orders with dlf Acuities. colic, will help early stago of tho 1313 Starck Bid., CI A. STARCK PIANO CO.. person und culturo. P. limited to 25 pounds a or manufacturers manufacturers tho undigested material from (loos not go iar uni agents for tho earliest shipment ot and thereby glvo that umount tho horso'B bowels Stabilized Wheat Market. fall fertilizer. It Is posslblo to can without any.sugar relief. Department of AgrlIt Is Interesting to speculato on of fertilizer glvo In their orders early will havo lots wherever posslblo, the ml Available supplies of drenching at all and tho A common method to tho carried ovor from last year aro very tho best chatico to securo woll cured size cars being 33, 44 and end culturo Itself is ready with thoso sug- what would havo happened a horso is t6 pass u loop In tho wheat market when Mr. Hoover mudo small and for that reason manufact fertilizers and avoid tho unsatis gestions to tho sugarless canner. of a ropo around tho uppor Jaw, Just In canning without sugur cun fruit his recent announcement rolaxlng tho urers will bo dependent almost en- factory handling qualities of newly end back of tho Incisors. Tho other so tho day it is picked. Clean fruit wheat saving pledges ot householders tirely upon this years production for manufactured goods. Orders for ferFOR FLETCHER'S of tho ropo may then bo fastened raised. and wash it by pouring cold water and hotols It tho price ot wheat had tho filling ot fall orders. Those who tilizers should bo mado up In carload .that tho horso'B head will bo Farm Department lf j Children Cry for Fletcher's JHBBBMMpy o. - stf C&sy&&& Just-as-go- What is CASTORIA GENUINE Pcnn-aylvan- la yy CASTORIA ALWAYS sor-'Khu- m poa-ntit- Oklt-hom- In Dse For Over 30 Years Have Always Bought The !$$$s$s$$ssro$$s PHOENIX SILK HOSE ALL COLORS ss $1.50 to $2.00. HARTFORD, KY, Hub Clothing Co. s$$sross$sss$s Stare k Pianos otoy Easiest S200 ro 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL Do-fen- Player-Plan- e second-han- Player-Piano- ro ma-spi- rit -1 !. Children CASTOR 0i it I MIES MAKES GAINS ON 15-MI- are said to ho 1,500,000 killed and 4,500,000 disabled. Ban BEADS ODDLY STRUNG. (By I. D. Clalro.) Only Big Show Coming This Year WILL EXHIBIT AT i FRONT Hammer Hun Armies From Soissons To Belgian Border. If tho war department's plans to Governor Stanley scorns determinhnvo 3,200,000 men In Franco by tho ed to break down tho bars to obliv1, 1910, is carried out, June anyway, nnd tho senatorial rnco American army will outnumber tho ion nrmy on tho western front. offers a golden opportunity. German Chief Petty Is tho first pollco arthnt tho Treasury It Liberty tist to glvo tho Sunday lid a perfect Department will Issuo three Loan calls, of $5,000,000 each, with- fit, In tho State's metropolis. Is announced in the next year. ' HARTFORD TUESDAY, Byffira! ' '( Paris, Aug. 20. French forces, A world s record for nutomoiiue fighting cast of the Olso river, on a front of about fifteen and a half speed was made at Shccpshead Bay miles, have advanced to an nverago last week, when a car was driven depth of about two and a half miles two miles In one minute, one and one-ten- th m seconds. and captured numerous villages, according to a French official communiI cautioned Fluko to use better "More than one million soldiers have cation Issued this evening. Moro than been transported ncross tho Atlan- grammer this week while so many 8,000 thousand prisoners have been ' taken. South of Royc the town of tic without the payment of a single teachers was in tofn, but thnt he needn't pay no 'tcntion to spellln.' occupied by tho life In toll to the German IJouvralgnes hns been French after bitter fighting. May bo I am too tender hearted, An oil tank ship coming Into NanLondon, Aug. 20. Fast of Arras, along the Scarpe river, the Hrltish In tucket harbor Monday reports the but I Just can't keep from feelln' sharp fighting, have advanced their sinking of a German submarine off sorry for the rich peoplo now they have to pay so much war taxes. lines slightly to tho cast of the vlllego the Atlantic coast. of Fampou,x, while further south, HMMWBWBBMBHBBHWBBBjWBKiTnK'i ! ).'' i fTYBB When I looked nt all them pretty aaaLk. Hundreds of people are reported astride the Lys river, tho British havo girl school teachers nt tho Institute reached Leplnetto nnd north of Mer- - killed In food riots In 1'etrograd. m and remembered that tho boys was Tillo have captured tho villages of all in France, I Just thought whut a XOTICK. ADMINISTRATORS Wlorhoek and Lacouronne, according Any and all persons having claims shame it was to see so much beauty to Field Marshal Halg's communicaagainst tho estate of E. S. Barnes, goin' to waste. tion from headquarters. The deceased, nro hereby notified to preBerlin, Aug. 20 (via London) It is an ill wind that blows noGerman official communication Issued sent same to mo at my home, near evening dealing with the new Ccntertown, Ky or to Barnes & body good. Even tho war helps the this battle between the Olse and Aisne, Smith, attorneys, at their ofllco In chances of the widower for marrln'. ML says the first attack by the French Hartford, Ky, properly proven, on Dlllis Ward's a worker of magic. broke down on the German battle or before tho 16th day of Septem- ber, 191S. The collection of any i He is just setting' In his office and positions after bitter fighting. From Soissons to the Belgian bor claims not filed by said date will Incrcasln' the wealth of this county four millions of dollars. v' V K der the German armies in various thereby be barred. I This August 20, 101S. sectors are being put to the test by Mu,sker Heavrin can get a mint of J. B. Addington, the French and British. It Is seem- St4 votes 'round Hartford If he'll Just HUMBHHHHHMKMaMiaHHHBKM Admr, E. S. Barnes, deceased. ingly a test that bodes ill for the promise to rule right on the s Teutonic arms, for nowhere have they law. been able to sustain tho shocks. STUDENT'S ARMV Soissons, from the Northwest of TRAINING COIN'S There may be many a slip between Aisno to the Olse river.and north of tho cup and the lip, but there Is on region around Roye, the Olse to the The Students' Army Training Corps in the Arras sector and northward to is the name given to the military or- ly one cheap padlock between me the famous Lys salient tho Germans ganization to be perfected in the col and several quarts of eight years ild booze. everywhere have been compelled to leges this fall. All tall back under the pressure of the students In the col Conslderln' what a cheap and lege where a corps is organized may French and British troops. Investment politeness is it Is In a new offenclve by the French, enroll or enlist. The enlisted studiiiihM.irnuiwt.'jiiH-i,in;-.d;tGeneral Mangln, over a front of fif- ent does not receive pay, because ho a wonder we all don't have more of teen and a half miles, the French, in Is on inactive service. He is, how- It. bitter fighting carried their line, for- ever, in the military service of the The chance visitor wrecks many n 1 1 ward an average of two arfda half United States. He may attend camp ofmiles. for six weeks during summer, when train of thought in an editor's fice. In addition more' than S.000 prls-une- he receives pay. ' were taken. His relation to the draft: ' If I've got any enemies that wants At last reports Gen. llangin's men The member of the Students'" Arget friendly with me they can do my Training Corps is a volunteer in to were still hard after the enemy. Along the Scarpe river, east of military service. He will, however. so by bringing me a twist of good Arras, the British are keeping up register when he reaches the age and nomcapun tobacco. I i harrasslng tactics against the enemy, upon notice by the President. The -- 4 says he will give a write-uTinsly fall draft board will not call him for in who. have been compelled to under box car headlines, to the north- duction as long as he remains a memback considerable distances brings the finest waterward. The Lys salient again has been ber of the Students' Army Training feller that melon to this ofhee Corps. narrowed down. Not an exemption plan: Taken all in all the new victories There Is a feller in New Jersey seemingly mean the enemy forces This is not a plan for the exempwho owes me a vote of thanks. His from the Somme to the Olse river tion of college students. The purmy piece about "That wopose of the plan is to provide for the vlfc read must retreat. man o'' Jim's," and writes to mo to very important needs of the army say it win help her to make a bet JUIXE OFFICIALS KXAMI.VATIOX for highly trained men as officers, 1 hope it does, for I'll engineers, chemists, doctors, admin ter wife. bet the poor dog needs It. The Board of Examiners will meet istrators. The plan is an attempt at the office of the Chief Inspector to mobilize and develos the brain YORC TAXES OW DUE. of Mines, Lexington, Ky., on the power of the young men of the coununder tho bunks. The bunks arc two wheeled carts, and they haul it about threo different ways, and August to hold an try for those services which demand fourth Monday in double-decke- d and inade of 2 by 4 on them quite as much as wo do on thnt is how I speak threo words In I HAVE. NOW RECEIVED THE examination for applicants for Mine special training. TAX BILLS FROM THE COUNTY nnd concave Just a little, so as to our four wheeled wagons. Tho women French. The presumption is that, for the Foreman and Flreboss certificates. July 14 wo helped tho French celCLERK AND WILL BE IN MY OF- keep one from falling- out. Wo hnvo over here uro doing their hit. I Before any one may enter the exam- next year, the largest proportion of FICE SIX DAYS IN THE WEEK TO straw beds and threo blankets each. see them driving trucks, working in ebrate their dny of freedom In return ination he must pay a fee of $2.00 to the student body reaching the and there nro for their generous Joining in with us As you know, I am head cook. Will munition factories, ago will be used to supply RECEIVE YOUR TAXES. ON ACthe Auditor of Public Accounts, send you one of my menus. Our about two hundred of them hern in to celebrate our glorious Fourth. BECOUNT OF THEASSESSMENT Frankfort, Ky., and present the re- the officers needed for tho army. It ING DELAYED, I RECEIVED THE kitchen Is outsldo with Just a tar- camp, running drills, sewing nirplano Our boys over horo hnvo tho grit ceipt therefor to the Board of Ex- is understood that at least four or wings and most other kinds of work. to go right Into tho front lino when TAX BILLS SEVERAL WEEKS paulin over tho range. Our mess five times as many officers will be I saw a woman washing tho other called, nnd nro In n hurry to whip aminers. MATERIALLY hall also is outside tho same way. WHICH required as tho total number who LATE, C. J. NORWOOD. day, and her wurk was sure laughablo tho Kaiser, and get lmcktto good old SHORTENS THE TLME FOR COL- Wo havo about twenty tables, and will be graduated from all American Chief Mine Inspector. eight or ten eat at each table. Our to tho American point of view. Sho United States'and homo and friends Enlist- LECTING TAX, AND MUST INSIST Colleges and Universities. laid tho clothes on a board, took two again. . UPON PEOPLE CALLING AT MY range Is Just n regular urmy field ment In tho S. A. T. C, therefore, v, BOILED-DOWGivo my frelnds, ono nnd nil, my raugo nnd wo burn wood. Wo havo sticks ono In each hand and began whllft it does not promise an officer's OFFICE AT ONCE FOR SETTLEto haul wood from a saw mill ubout to bent. Then sho dipped tho clnthos henrty greetings, and tell them I am MENT OF THEIS TAXES. In wnter, turned them ovor nnd Tho new revenue bill fixes the tax commission, Is at tho present time so far safo and sound "Soinowhoro" eight miles, by truck. S. A. BRATCHER, S. O. C. dito bent again. I at first thought on automobiles according to horse the plainest road leading in that m Thero aro threo cooks and four she was cleaning a enrpet, as wo boys in France." rection. Enlistment may bo cancellpower, instead of cost price. Twenty-thYour Loving Brother, HUXLAXI) CJKTS .SET FOR kitchen pollco. Wo work two days used to when mother would hang It A ree horse power aud less' will ed by withdrawal from collego. CECIL CARSON. ORATORICAL OIFKXSIVE and nro off ono day, so wo don't havo on tho garden fence, give wo hoys Opportunity will bo given for the! pay a ten dollar tax, and higher 1m to work so awfully hard. enlisted student who so elects, to n tobacco stick apiece and tell us to Vowor at graduated rate. Whon ou havo Bacltacho tho llvor Washington, Aug. 19. An official Tho camp is a. now ono, located beat it. transfer from nrmy to navy or to bo or kidneys nro sure to bo out of gear. to rt:vo service in one or dispatch from Franco today quotes on tho main road, surrounded by pine I huvo learned to speak three Try Sanol, it does wondors for tho A gonoral order has been issued a telegram from Zurich saying tho trees about ton feot tall. Tho soil French words, and thnt is' Oul (pro- liver, kldnoys and bladdor A trial eronting the Army of tho United the various "teclal corps. Regular 'uniforms, including, lints, Berlia papers ttru announcing that t sandy. It ruins often but tho sand nounced weoh) meaning yes. I say GOc bottlo will convlnco you. Get It States, into which every element of ut tho drug storo' 4G-a great German oratorical offensive absorbs tho water so quickly it is existing forces will bo merged. Tho hooi and overcoats, will be furnish- will shortly taho 'place. It Is stated never muddy. Wo aro only ono and of the S. A. Tihtional guards, tho regular army, ed froe to nil members miles from the llttlo town C , by tho government. Officer thut threo Gorman ministers will one-hatho national army and resorvo corps, T. Instructor.-- and military equipment speak in order to explain tho most of Romorantln, and ubout 100 miles are descriptive terms and all aro - (JmLwrtant problems to tho Gorman south of Paris, whero they havo somo mergsd Into tho Army of tho United will bo provided by tho War Depart- peoplo. very hot air raids. Wo can hear incut Status. thorn on still night, Just like dis- I I feel ralo sorry for Tinsley. wont tako nothln' but a quart of liquor for lcttin' him off for his fall week's llshln,' and ho can't find no way to night-haw- k tho liquor Into dry territory. Sent.3 tC4i? j m HvCaL9!ldLsHaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaV9 ' ''L'LaaH M p. 'tv ' K f? 'J y W el m, fAW P"PSS? SHEffllBIiEI anti-shlppl- n' able-bodi- pi" lii W rt iv ."; mTJii:ua;i.ww 1 11 1 rs ! p, mm bo-g- an 5-- tf yr lf ) The War Industries Board has issued orders to manufacturers of passenger automobiles to put .their plants 100 pro cent war work as rapidly as possibly, and fixed Jan. 1919, as tho duto for closing production of passenger vehicles. Franco has revived tho military Tank of Marshall, so prominent In the days of Napoleon, aud conferred it on commander Foch. Sixteen women u HAIL INSURANCE. The Hail Storm Season is Here. Insure Your Tobacco with CAL P. KEOWN, Hart3t2 ford, Ky. PUBLIC SALE. I will offer for sale at my farm ono mile north of Hartford, Ky on tho Hartford and Owonsboro road, Thursduy, August 29, 1918, tho following described proporty: 13 head of cattle (among tills lot somo extra good milch cows and calves), 2 hogs, a lot of hay and some corn, buggy and harness, somo farming implements, household and kitchen furniture. Terms made known on day of sale. Sale boglna at 10 o'clock a. in. T. P. CARSON, 8tlp Hartford, Ky. hoy IX FKAXCK WRITES i'O BROTHER Ft wearing overalls Colum- aro working in bus, Indiana. tannery ut Senator James' majority over Press Kimball at tho iato primary, for tho for United Democratic nomination Slaton Senator, was 4G,25C. German losses since tho war be- - Mr. O. D. Carson, formerly of Ohio county but now nt El Cnmpo, Texas, was good enough to send us for publication an Interesting letter written him by his brothor, Cecil Carson, from tho battle front In France. I Franco, July 10, 1918. I Dear Brothor: Received your lot- ter of June 20, uml can't find words to express my thoughts and feelings, but I am glad you aro well and enjoying life us every good American should, for wo havo a Paradise to live In thoro compared with that of some peoplo I have met since I havo beon In France. Will toll you a llttlo of it if it passes tho censor. Wo havo wooden barracks covor-e- d with tarred paporj two rows of bunks with nlsle3 between. Botweon tho alalc3 Is made of wood, but none tant thunder. About half of our company Is on convoys carrying supplies to tho front, while tho rest of us work horo in tho shops, repairing motors und bodies for tho trucks. We nro also assembling airplanes horo in this camp. It is a big ono now hns grown fast slnco wo lauded hero in April. Tho French customs aro very different from ours. They nro very funny to us. They havo market day overy Wednesday. As I was cook, I thought I would go to nuukot and see what they hud. It wus drizzling rain, und on the main squaro woro ubout two hundred kids (goats) lying on tho ground and shivering from tho cold. They were not ovor six weeks old. They wero selling from fifty to Bovonty-flv- o cents a plcco. Must nil of their wagons here uro Kentucky State Fair Louisville September 9-1- 4 GRAND SUNDAY PRELIMINARY PROGRAM Thavlu's Band of 40 World Famed 'Soloist Two Flights by Ruth Law $78,000.03 Total Premiums $78,000.00 916,000.00 Deef Cattle 6how Saddle Horse Stake S1O.00O.0O $10,000.00 Fatted and Feeding Cattle Show $10,000.00 RACES Aerial Queen Sport Thriller World's Crock Drivers De Luxe Hippodrome Show Maanlflcent Mlday 8peelal R. R. Rates RUTH LAW AUTO POLO AUTOMOBILE SEPTEMBER 8 Chorus of 300 Voices fr 8end for Catilofluo ' Fount T. Kremer, Seo'y V.. 604 Republic Bulldlnjj, Louisville, Ky.'