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(ny I. D. Clalro.) Slneo tho price of liquor has soar ed out of sight TInsley nnd mo has decided that water la tho finest drink In tho world. If tho wicked wero consigned to everlasting fishing nt tho mouth of Grassy TInsley would ho tho mcan- tsl sinner on earth. Tho cost of llvln' Is sky high, but why worry? Tho cost of dying Is prohibitive. I think the government Is bcln run all right 'copt it orter git a miser to hold tho pus strings. If we don't get our airplanes mndo In tlmo to use 'em In tho wnr they will como In handy fer carryin' the malls. I'm agin hnngln' tho German sym pathizers tell we hang all tho profit eers first. Thnt Gerard show cost mo n dollar and ten cents an I didn't see It neither. Tho Madam and the boy said It was worth my money. Arthur Kirk has a new suit. I don't mean a lawsuit, nor his suitor's suit nor even his long suit, but a nice cool Palm Beach suit. No, I don't know when -the war will be over. And there's a lot of other 'things I don't know I don't know when they will quit bootlegging in Hayti, when Albert Cox will shave off his whiskers, when Arthur Kirk will get married, when Ed Barrass will have a poor show, when a lot of Hartford's old maids will get marri ed, when Claude Blankenshlp will miss a Sunday goln' to Beaver Dam or when TInsley wilj go flshin and, O' a lot of other things I don't know. I have my opinion of a feller who would go off flshin' while the Ger man U-boats air operatin off the At lantic coast, but on TInsley's account T won't express It. June Is. a great month. It is the month of the pretty June weddln's the bright June roses, the juicy June apples an' the Juny June bugs. Austria's offensive agin the Italians moves slow. The Austrian soldiers aro tired. Saturday until Monday. Mrs. E. A. Whlto reports that her son, Stoy, Is well and pleased with tho training at tho Great Lakes Navnl School, near Chicago. Mrs. II. V. Morrison spent Wed nesday In Owonsboro. Mrs. Lou Ferguson, of Whlto Ilun, Is visiting her brother, Mr. Homor Brntcher and family. Several from hero attended Itov. L. M. Robinson's meeting nt Salem, Thursdny night. Uev. K. L. Mooro, of Beaver Dam, filled his regular appointment hero Sunday for tho Methodist. Miss Emma Napier, of Illinois, is visiting Mrs. Max Iluthart. Mr. O. W. Bond, of niizabcthtown, was in town Tuesday. Mrs. XL B. Crowdcr is on the sick list. A special, one day's fair will bo held at tho grounds of tho Ohio County Fair, Co., Hartford, on July 4th 191S. Rings for the exhibition of horses under saddle and In harness, speed rings and races on the tracks, as well as other attractions. Como, meet your old friends and spend tho day pleasantly. DR. L. B. BEAN.managej m FORDSVILLE. . XIr. A. XL Howell, who when living In Fordsvllle was conductor on the XL II. & E. railroad, but now lives at Erllngton, came over on n special run Friday, remained till Snturday, and called on ns many of his numer ous friends as his stay would permit. Xliss XInlcom Wise, XIary and Louise Smith and Mr. Harvy Ford, of this place and Edward Ford, of Hart ford, went to Mammoth Cave last week. Xlargarct, little daughter of Dr. and XIrs. Rogers, who has been on a three weeks visit to her little friend, XIary O'Flynn, daughter of XIr. and XIrs. Rex O'Flynn, of Utlca, returned homo Saturday night. XIrs. Wallnce, wife of XIr. Will Wallace, XL H. & E. brakeman, and her son, Wilbur, are on a ten days visit to XIrs. Wallace's parents In Tennessee. There are several of the aged citi zens of the town on the sick list, but somewhat improving this week. Some of tho more serious enses being those of J. P. Gllmore and Joe Sapp, in town, and Tram Boatty, of Askins. Dennis Walker, of the firm of Fu qua & Walker, was not contented ,wlth the valuable services he has been 'rendering the Red Cross, but Is futher Qlvo our boys In tho Army nnd Navy every fighting chance. Plodgo yourself to savo to thav utmost of your ability nnd to buy War Savings Stamps. Xliss Lolla Glenn, formerly n teach er In tho, Hlght school hero will go to Hnrrlsburg, Ark., to nccopt a po sition on tho faculty of tho High school of that city. A warrant of nrrcst has been is sued for Jnmcs XIagan, of Dundee, for failure to obey an order of tho Board of Health in tho mnttcr of tho caro of an outbuilding. James Lyons, John Glenn and W. S. TInsley spent from Friday until Sun- Saturday night fishing at tho mouth of Grassy. They refused to be Interviewed In regard to the catch. Raymond Felix, with tho Southern Railway Co., with headquarters at Bulls Gap, Tonn.i will return to his work to-morrow, after apondlng a week hero with his mother and sister. "Twill tnko you all day to see what goes on, at tho special Fair July 4th., so come early, Jt will pay you to bo there. The most entertainment for tho smallest amount of money to be found nnywherc. BUY CLOTHES THAT FIGHT FOR YOU! Jailer Worth TIchcnor nnd sltcr, Mrs. John Boll, returned Tuesday from n visit to their sister, Miss Mnt tle TIchcnor, at Nashville. Xliss TIchcnor has been very 111 of nerv ous trouble. Eck Rial can get a sugar and flour allowance for a family of three now. Tho additional allowance was effec tive Sunday. The weo bit of a girl wont cat much, but It comes In handy to camouflage the grocoryman with. The apple dnmplln' and tummy aked1en:o"str1a,tinB ,h.'S PatfIoUs' whe i;iuu ju uiuc sum. uuu uveruus, ne hiked away to the country to help save the wheat for the boys "over there." Simon Smith, Bethel Shrader, Dr. Rogers and Blackmail Davison, vet eran frog hunters, of this place, have been wielding the gig so accurately that there Is scarcely an hour of the night now a single base voice to he heard on either side of that silent stream between Barretts Ferry and Davidson. XIrs. J. R. Fuqua and her sister, of Reeds Station, have returned from a visit to their mother at Millwood. XIrs. D. E. Stewart and children, of Dundee, are visiting XIr. J. W. John- season Is here, but the flour an' sugar Is scarce. Fightin' like Turks don't mean what it used to. When vou have Backache the liver op kidneys aro sure to be out of gear. Try Sanol, it does wonders for tho liver, kidneys and bladder. A trial 50c bottle will convince you. Get it at the drug store 4C-yr ,, HORSE MUNCH. FOR SALE-Ono 3 year old, pure bred Jersey milch cow and (second) calf. Also one good jersey cow and (first) calf. Prices, ? 100.00 and $80.00, respectively. 50t3 R. I. BARNARD Route 3, Beaver Dam. XIrs. Charlie Howard has received a telegram from her son, Otis, who Is a seaman on tho battle ship, Anti gone, saying he had arrived safely In New York, after his fourth voyage to France, and that ho would be home on a furlough the latter part of this month. The Ohio county Institute will open at Hartford August 19. Dr. A. J. Kinnaman, of Bowling Green, will bo tho Instructor. Dr. Kinna man was tho Instructor of an Insti tute here about ten years ago, and the teachers were well pleased with his work. XIrs. N. B. Sargent and little son, Goodloc, are on an extended visit with relatives at Paducah. Mr. Virgil Campbell, who has been in a hospital at Paducah for some son. time, is able to be at home. I J. Huber Cooper, after spending Mr. and XIrs. W. O. Reed and child- six days with his parents, XIr. and ren are visiting in Tennessee, Xliss- Mrs. J. D. Cooper, and seeing his lssippi. and Louisiana. many friends again, will return to Miss Clara Jane Wilson and bro- Camp Zacharlah Taylor Thursday or ther. Jesse, of Greenville, wero tho guests of Mr. C. W. Taylor and family ' last week. XIrs. J. R. Jennings is in Louisville for a few days. Mrs. Carl Perguson Is in Louis ville to bo near her husband, who is stationed at Camp Taylor. Mrs. J. S. Bean and son, Leonard Thomas, visited in Leltchfleld from Friday. Hubo sure looks a soldior. Tho gentlemen who have been here for sometime organizing the stock company store for tho farmers, which is pioposed here, report they have been very successful In procuring tho necessary stock, and tho busi ness seems to be a sure go. This will surely be a great thing for tho fann ers of tho community. W$s$s$s$sss V3 ' PHOENIX SILK HOSE ALL COLORS $1.50 to $2.00. Hub Clothing Co. S HARTFORD, KY,' XIr. J. H. Tucker, Xline Super intendent for the Broadway Coal Co., at Simmons, was in Hartford on busi ness Wednesday. XIr. Tucker has recently assumed the management and operation of the XIcDowell House In Central City, and will leavo tho Coal Company at an early date. XIrs. Nannie E. Daniel, or Rich mond, Ind., XIr. and XIrs. Guy Daniel, of Louisville, XIr. and XIrs. Charles Daniel, and little daughter, Hilda, of Herrln, III., and XIr. Murray Daniel, of Owensboro, aro visiting their sis ters, XIrs. Travis N. Davis and XIrs. Ercll Blankenshlp, at Beaver Dam. Sheriff S. A. Bratcher and .J II. Thomas left yesterday morning for Louisville with three prisoners In charge, two of whom aro army do sorters being returned to Camp Tay lor, and tho other member of tho trio, tho truant Ford girl, will bo taken on to Grecndalo Reform school at Lexington. Yes, thero will bo all kinds of show rings for all kinds of stock, to say nothing of riming and harness races galore. There's something on tho board for ovory minute of tho day, so I am going to luy off that day, and take Betsey and all tho children to see everybody else and their child ren on Indepondonco day at tho Ohio County Fair Grounds. XIrs. John B. Wilson has Just re ceived notice of hor appointment as ono of tho vice-presidents of tho Ken tucky Parent-Teachers Association. There aro only ton vlco-presldeiits appointed for tho stato, and tho honor Is a worthy ono. XIrs. Wilson has been very active in tho work of tho Association bore, and has built up a splendid organization at Hartford. Everybody Is working hard, thoy aro entitled to u big holiday and a rest from their labors on tho one day of all days. For good Americans thoro's no day like tho great Ameri can Independence day, so, on that day lets all meet at tho Ohio County Fair Grounds and have ono big day to gether, ronew old acquaintances, talk over old times nnd enjoy the lino show rings and watch tho ponlos Copyright Hart Schaffner& Marx ! a Hart, Schaffner & Marx ! Clothes Do. It. : Buy Underwear that's the Top Notch of Economy Munsing Wear is the Saving Kind! This store provides merchandise all along the line that has the saving possibilities. Weights and fabrics in harmony with the season. Price and quality al ways on a par. SUMMER MILLINERY SUMMER HOSE SUMMER PARASOLS SUMMER SHOES SUMMER DRESS GOODS SUMMER SHIRTS SUMMER SKIRTS SUMMER WAISTS EVERYTHING FOR SUMMER! Buy Your Summer needs NOW, and invest your surplus in War Savings Stamps Help yourself to prosperity. Help your Government to victory. E. P. Barnes 6 Bro. BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. r t ' If SGG&WX&&SSQ$GS$G&1 jump. t