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OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1916. on used, was a pistol, and tho bullet WILL pierced Blair's neck. He Is not expected to live. CLOSE AT NOON The shooting took placo at a barbecue given by a fraternal organization. Dutchkc is said to have been trying to collect the sum of fifteen ANNUAL SESSION OK OHIO CO. cents, which he said Blair owed TEACHERS WILL BE ADhim. JOURNED Blair has a wife and child. Dutchkc was arrested after the shooting, and is in jail at Hardlnsburg. TO-DA- No,l McForran.Mrs. Myrtle Armendt.Marjr Sue Johnsoa, Irene Duff, C. E.' Allen, Rosa Brown, Ethel Muffett,vWlll Orlfflth, Martlne Taylor, O. B. Fuqua, O. D. Carson, Bethel Shra-de- r, Argent Barnes, John Hamilton,. H. C. Crowder, L. L. Embry, J. W, Kirk, Lois Barnes, Russell Cooper, . - period of three years In servlco and thrco years In tho reserve, under the CARRANZA REPLY H CO. FARES WELL conditions prescribed by law, unless sooner discharged by proper authoriREACHES WILSON swear that AT FORT THOMAS ty. And I do solemnly allegiance toI will bear true faith and tho United States of America and to tho State of Kentucky, and that I WAR MADE LESS IMMINENT III' WELL PLEASED WITH QUAIlTKItS will servo them honestly and faithTONES OK NEW MEXINOT OK REGULAR ARMY fully against all their enemies whomCAN NOTE. MUCH WORK. soever and that I will obey tho orders of. the President of tho United States and of the Governor of Kenappointed and of the BOYS GETTING RESTLESS tucky, mo according officers and tho WANT TROOPS TO LEAVE to law over rules and articles of war. This oath In subscribed to with tho understandPromises .to Impatlontly Await Order tii Move ing that credit will be given In tho He Knrto Government U. 8. Will Protect llonlcr If Vaccinated and to llonlcr execution of this contract for tho perRecall Sol'dlerH. for Muster. iod for which I have already served Ht-atf- y charged, Frank Blair, 40. The weap- INSTITUTE MEXICAN WOMEN FORM "BRIGADES OK AMAZONS' ILLINOIS GOV. REPRIEVES NEGRO KOR SIXTH TIME LARGE NUMBER PRESENT I (Speclnl Correspondent.) current enlistment In the Mllltta of tho State of Kentucky," under my Organized Tho g Ft. Tliomns, Ky.,July 5.Thomas boys nre fet Company II, at Fort Chick With Knur In what wo call a mental mess. Hero Princeton, Ky., July 3. A freak wo arc all primed and ready for a of nature In the shape of a crap; just spoiling for want of acchicken has boon hatched In a tion and are nevertheless compelled brood of chickens owned by Oscar to hope war can bo averted. Wo nre Varborough, of Webster county. ReZSI very anxious to know Just what cently a similar freak occurred In a and Just when. brood belonging to Mrs. John Glass, When the train pulled out from of Crittenden county. Evening Post. Heaver Dam on Wednesday night all the boys were In high spirits and tho Murrlcd at Rockport. "Washington, D. C, July 4, 191C. conversation consisted chiefly of deNo Owensboro couples registered I have tho honor Mr. 'Secretary: lighted expressions of appreciation at the Spencer county Ind., matriby the monial counter during the paBt week. to transmit In connection tho text of of tho courtesies shown us a note I have just received from my people whom we, were leaving. The only easy money from Kentucky wo found offered the Hoosler esquires was a government with instructions to preUpon reaching Leltchflcld it to Your Excellency: that the citizens thero were very en- single couple from Hancock county, sent 'Mr. Secretary: Referring to " crowdthusiastic. Tho platform was Mort Jackson, a laborer, aged the notes of June 20 and 25 last, I ed In DDlto of the lateness of the ine, and Miss Arvllla Darby, aged have tho honor to say to Your Exup Company I, twenty-six- , hour. After picking from Hartford. Owens- cellency that the Immediate releaso tho long run to Ft. Thomas was be- boro Messenger. of the Carrtzal prisoners was a furdown . fore us and every ond settled ther proof of the sincerity of the deIn un effort to get as much sleep as sires of this government to reach a possible. REPUBLICAN NOMINEE pacific and satisfactory arrangement Wo arrived at Newport at 9:00 of present difficulties. This governImmediately boarded a. in., and OUTLINES ITINERARY ment is anxious to solve the present street cars for a 30 mlnuto run to Ft. conflict, and It would be unjust If Us entering the reserThomas. After attitude were misinterpreted. vation we were given quarters In the " 'It was also the Mexican governSWING FROM building which Is the home HUGHES WILL barracks ment that earnestly .suggested a plan Companies COAST TO COAST IN 7,600 of tho 8econd batalllon for cantonirieuts along MILE TRIP. E. F. G and II. from Madlsonvllle, d lino during the conferences of Kussellvlllo, Burlington and HartJuaroz and El Paso. Most of us had never seen a ford. " 'This government Is disposed government barracks and were pleasBrldgeharopton, N. V., July 2. now, as It has always been, to seek shocked to And neat Iron beds, antly Hughes probably will open an Immediate solution of the two electric lights, complete water sys- Charles E. campaign the points which constitute tho truo caustem, reading room and a pool table. his active presidential signal second week in August with a 7,000 es of tho conflict between the two Wo were tho guests of ithu re- countries, corps at lunch and were told of tho mile trip to the Pacific Coast and " 'The American government bewhich turn. horrible typhoid vaccination The nomlneo Is considering an Itin- lieves reasonably that the Insecuriwas before us tho first thing after Wo, however, erary that will provide for a dozen ty of Its frontier Is a source of diffiwo were thru eating. made at Chicago, culty and the Mexican government, decided that most of the talk was set speeches to be St. Louis. Kansas City, St. Paul or on Its part, believes that the stay of with "punk" and faced tho ordeal Not a man In Compa- Minneapolis, Seattle, Portland, Ore.; American troops on Mexican territoLos Augeles, ry, aside from being a trespass on ny H squealed or trembled during San Francisco, possibly and wo nil and several othor cities In the terri- tho sovereignty of Mexico, Is tho operation tho short thought It was a Joke. Wo were tory traversed. The program under Immediate cause of the conflicts. Surprised later to learn that a large consideration provides for a break of Therefore the withdrawal of Ameriproper cent of the First Regiment fel- two weeks to be spent somewhere in can troops, on ono hand and the would tection of the frontier, on the other, fainted after undergoing the In- the Rocky Mountains. This lows the Of course, all left arms afford Mr. Hughes an opportunity to aro tho two essential problems, oculation. pastlmo of moun- solution of which must bo the diwere soro for a few days, but that enjoy his favorite recting object of the efforts of both tain climbing. didn't matter. v Altogether the trip would last from governments. P The following day was spent by Quick Practical Way. cleaned up five to six weeks. It would be made everything getting " 'The Mexican government Is willwould bring tho uround quarters and establishing a by regular trains and system of duties. No orders nominee back to the East ready for ing to consider In a quick and pracroutine expects to bo "a whirlwind' tical way, and prompted by a spirit ns o drilling or exercising have been what ho the remedies which wo are left mostly to our campaign" the latter part of Septem- of concord, given and should bo applied to tho present sitown devises for entertainment nud ber. While tho plan has not been ma- uation. Instruction. " 'Several counleav- tured, It Is Mr. Hughes' preseut InThe regulations In regard to camp are very strict. Only sis tention to go to tho coast by the tries have offered tholr friendly meing probably return diation to tho Mexican government, men from each company aro allowed northern route and It In day and these six must by tho southern. Tho nomlneo will and the latter has accepted to leavo each trip next Wed- principle. Thoroforo, tho Mexican have passes signed by tliolr Captain discuss tho proposed nesday In New York with Chairman government only awaits Information and Major. Nowport William R. Wlllcox, of tho National that the government of tho United The cities, Clnclnnntl, now Is working on States would bo disposed to accept and Covington can bo visited by tak- Committee, who plans. Not more than a this mediation for tho purposo menit ho Fort. campaign ing cars nt the ontranco to Cincinnati being 46 minutes dlstanco, dozen speeches will be made unless tioned above or whether It is still of many of tho soldiers have taken ad- present plans aro altered, and none tho belief that tho Bame results may vantage of this opportunity to visit will be from tho rear platform of his be attained by means of direct negotrain. tiations between both governments. tho Zoological Garden. " 'In tho meantime this governTho trip will bo a leisurely one, dally routine includes very Tho wo aro havlug and, It Is the nominee's prosent In- ment proposes to employ all efforts little actual work and quite nn easy time. Were tt not for tention to confer with tho State and that may bo at Its disposal to avoid In tho various tho reoccurrenco of now incidents the Buspenso and uncertainty tho other party loaders which may complicate and nggravato cities. thing would bo a frolic. whole Whatever Mr. Hughes Intends to tho situation. At the same tlmo It Co. II, for musTho muster roll of expects to plan government and ter lto Federal servlco Is readyprob- say on tho trip he chief Issues of hopes that tho Americanuso of all efon Its part may make In advance. All the will tho physical examination second ably bo completed In a few days. Wo tho day will be discussed. A Don-v- forts to prevont also now acts of Its military and civil authorities of tho tho call to tho trip probably will be made to will then bo roady for and Salt Lake City, which are not frontier that might cause new comor any place- wo are wanted. border ' Itinerary plications. Tho writer, In behalf of tho com- Included In tho tentative " 'I avail myself of this opportunipany wishes to heartily endorso tho of tho first. Because of the difficulty of assem- ty to reiterate to Your Excellency card of thankB which Lieut. Shown committee July the assurance of my most distinhad In tho last Issue of Tho Repub- bling the notification H will certainly 15, Mr. Hughes Is considering having guished consideration. lican. Company part of this " 'C. AGUILAR.' make every ofTort to prove worthy tho notification the latter 4 of itho people who month. representatives Mr. Hughes spent today quietly. ROW OVER 15 CENTO seem bo eager to wish us well. HAS TRAGIC ENDINQ following Is the oath which With his wife and daughter, Helen, Tho he went to communion services at the iftearly all of the men have signed: Episcopal Church hero. Samplo, Ky., July 2. An argu"I do hereby acknowledge to have Methodist voluntarily enlisted this --day of This attornooQ he went for a motor ment over an alleged debt of fifteen 1916, as a soldier In the ride to Sag Harbor, where he looked cents terminated tragically here last last night when George Dulchke, 'IS, shot carnival National Guard of the United States In .at the, fishermen and probably fatally wounded, It la tor the night, nd of tho State four-legge- d Washington, July 5. The reply of tho de facto government of Mexico to tho domands of the United States, conciliatory in terms, and giving assurances of a desire to reach a friendly adjustment of the difficulties between tho two countries, was delivered to tho Stato Department today by a Mexican embassy attache. The text of the note, as transmitthe ted by Ellseo Arrendondo, Mexican ambassador designate, follows: twenty-n- nry Cul-da- to-w- lt: Latin-Americ- er .- r. ,. . ...... ......... ....... ........ . ............. Springfield, 111., July 2. Elston Despite Excessive Heat Meet negro, who murdered his Scott, In School Building. and who has been reprieved Ave times by Gov. Dunne because Sheriff White of Jackson Ohio County teachers gathered In county, would not Inform the Gov- crnor how many persons he Intend- - the Hartford College building Mon ed to Invite to witness the oxecution day morning for the annual Institute at Murphysboro, has been granted 'and the 191C session was opened his sixth reprieve, which will last un- -' with devotional exercises by the Rev. B. W. Napier. The welcome address til October 13. Scott's fifth reprieve was until Undelivered by James H. Williams was and last Tuesday the governor wrote ' responded to by A. H. Ross. Instruc-t- o of Lexington, Sheriff White requesting him to In-- 1 tor R. S. Eubanks, form him regarding his plans for the then delivered the opening address execution, as the governor was deter-- J which was very much enjoyed. mined there should not be a repetiAlthough the weather has been tion of the scenes attending upon extremely warm during the session the hanging of Joe Deberry, another much work has been done and the negro, at Murphysboro last summer, teachers have been benefited by the when the occasion was made a holi- course of Instruction. Much favoraday and 2, boo persons witnessed the ble comment has been heard on the execution. work of Prof. Eubanks. About 150 the outside cut off. Sheriff White's answer, received are enrolled. They are a good look- today, was.to the" effect that he had ' ing buch and go about the Institute FOUR DROWN WHEN already answered the governor in hi3 ' work In a business like manner, previous letters, saying that he Mr. Vernon McFee, graduate of the would invite a legal number. The ( Cincinnati Conservatory of Music, is YACHT TURNS OVER granted the jn charge of the staging which has Governor thereupon sixth reprieve until October 13. Thebeen unusually good. law does not specify .the number that Mr. C. K. Carson is acting as ANDTHBEfi can be invited to an execution. reiary oi me insuiuie, amy assisted VOTHER TROMINENT YOUNG " by Mr. J. T. Hoagland. TEOPLE VICTIMS. JUST1 HUNGRY,,. THAT'S ALL! Some sort of entertainment has .i T been given each night at the Col- Pennsylvanla Guardsmen Who Miss- - iege building for the teachers. The Frankfort, Ky., July 4. Four pered Train ntOK'town, Explain. entertainment given by the Ladles' sons, two young men and two young I Wednesday Social Club of Hartford they were merely hungry and evening was highly enjoyed and was women, all prominent socially in the That' Bluegrass section, were drowned nVIssed their train while ministering attended by a large crowd. shortly before midnight four miles' tuner man is the statement to the Members of the Institute were east of here in tho Kentucky river. made by three troopers of tho Penntreated to cream, cake, punch and The dead are: sylvania State Guard who became cigars yesterday afternoon by citiMiss Frances Champ, daughter of Separated from their company at zens of Hartford. C. O. Hunter had Swift Champ, editor of the Bourbon Ellzabethtown, Ky a few days ago. charge of serving the refreshments. News, Paris, Ky. The troopers tako exception to a pub- Among the visitors to the Institute .,.. n 4t.nl. lfl..l 7""""; "V"c" I,n..ln thn from out of the county were: Prof, Miss Ann Embry, daughter of Mra. 7"'"6 ",D Annie Embry, Paris, Ky. regiment, expla.njng Qf Jame3 0f Carroll Dale, an employe of Kauf"We left the train to get by saying: M D Coates man Clothing Company, of LexingQu something to ea and while away the McFarland, super. ton. R We Frankf train pulled out and lett us ,ntendent of scnoo,3 of Dayiesg coun. Eugene Buchlgnanl, a musician, wired ahead to Lebanon Junction at. ty, Owensboro: Miss Larue Vanhon, Lexington, Ky. ....-IUI- Ul(l. U LU 111 11 1 Ut UUI OU'Vl UUltJ Iowa; and Business Manager The victims were members of a as to tho cause of our failure to bo of Farm and Fireside, Lou- party that motored from Lexington present for All of tho to attend a barge danco on the rivyoung men said they were quite ea- lsvlllo. Tho enrollment of the Institute fol- er. Arriving after the barge h.ad ger for any eventualities along tho lows: started upstream the party engaged border and "wouldn't miss the first Pearl Bartlett, Irene Ward, Jose- Robert Holllngsworth to take them fight for tho world." Loulsvlllo Dudley Westerfield, out to tho barge in his yacht. phine Helm, -Herald. Mrs. I. S. Mason, Artie May, Yacht Drawn Under, 4ft D. D. Moseley, Cora Thomasson, Pujllng alongside the barge, The OPINION RENDERED ON NATIONAL GUARD LAW Marllssa Foster, Lettle Bell, J. T. Helen M., tho suction proved too j Hoagland, Essie Taylor, Zoda Ray- - much for tho frail craft bearing the Boston, July 5. Interpretation of mond, Fount Crowe, Byron Kelley, pleasure party and tho yacht was some of tho uncertain provisions of Carson Miles, Henry Warner, Ruth capsized. All of the occupants Bradley into the stream. the new law affecting the National Foreman, Elizabeth Daniel, O. L. Guard was contained In a telegram Shultz, Lilllo Isler, Arthur Park, E. Ralley, Sammle Reeves, Caldwell Howard, Vernon Crowder, Fred Chlnn and Miss Ann Mulloy, other from MaJ. Gen. Albert L. Mills re-j- s. members of tho Lexington party, by Adjt. Gen. Charles Whlttlnghlll, Marlon Stone, celved y I Huff, Mayme Mldklff, Catherine Pen- - managed to swim out to grasp hold II, colo. "All officers and men of the or- - dleton, Otis Stevens, Leila Glenn, of the side of tho barge and were rescued. ganlzod militia called forth, lrre- - Hattlo Woller, Gorln Flener, Dale and Buchlgnanl, It Is said, of whether they take tho beth Moore, Eula Woosley, Emma now oath, must under the law pre- - Wright. M. T. Gentry, L. G. Barrett, might have saved themselves but sent themselves for muster," the lone Hedrick, Ronda Wade, Alice tried to rescue tho young women and messago states.addlng that "tho Gov- - Taylor, Henry Leach, J. W. Myers, lost their lives In tho attempt. O. N. Stewart, Lena Adams, Cecil All of the victims were quite ernor my not discharge them." "Enlisted men of tho National White, Anthony Daniel, Mrs. Getry young, ranging In age from 17 to 21 g years. Guard under IS years old, not hav- - Frank, Earl Smith, Bessie Allen.Cor-Ino- L. Sanderfur.Wlnnle parents' consent, aro not to bo dlo Neal.F. service, and after re- - son, Ernest Wilson, Norlne Coleman, EQUIPMENT ORDERED Into KOR KENTUCKIANS Jectlou Bhould bo discharged by tho J. T. Ford, Wems Park, Ray tho message said. "Or-- , ders, Mr3. Cleo Freymlre, Nora Ft. Thomas, July 5. Twelve militiamen called forth may singer, May Rogers, Maud StewarP, guns and twelve motor trucks Into servlco as organlz- - Bessie Wright, Claude Park, Ray bo mustered Henry Barnes, Claude have been ordered as equipment for new Stownrt. c. mitmn witimnt tnkinir tho Shultz, A. H. Ross, Shelby Shultz, the Kentucky brigade, according to Fedoral oath. reslg- - Martha Elliott, Imogeue Plummer, a wire from tho Department of tho "Governors may not accopt ..n.ton of nnninor who had been call- - Roy Foreman. Aaron T, Ross. Orpha East, received at Ft. Thomas lues Tho First Roglmont 1b the cd forth until after ho has pro3ont-- . Br'aden, Winona Stevens, Pearl M. day. only unit of the brigade which has ed himself for muster and has been Brown, Geneva Brown, Irene Mrs. W. B. organized a machine gun company officer, lor, Rhoda Williams, upon by a mustering artlllory shipment Vacauclos among officers of organlz- - j Brown, Mrs. Lula Fulkeraon, Eunice and news of the called ' Shultz, Mrs. John Wlthrow.Ida Mat-fort- h moans two additional guu companies cd mllltla or National Guard In tho may bo filled by Governors un- - thows, Paul Russol, Eva Thomasson, will bo organized at once, one and one In the quallflca-- j Dona Hennlngs, A. O. Ross, O. A Second Regiment dor Stato laws, subject to According to the old regulanre-- ! Hunter. J. C. Lawrence, E. E. Bal- - Third. . .. . ..-U9 ,,Ul n tn fiihiro nTmninniinn ns act. lard, Annie Carter, C. K. Carson, tions, Capt. Logan Rock, Quarterscribed by national defeuso W. S. Hill, Ethel Raines, Pearl Rains, master Captain of the brigade, will Report. Asa Cbancollor, J. D. Thompson, bocome Captain of the Socond's maMarriage Idceiihe Since Last gun company, and Capt. ArErnest Tdagan, Olaton, to Mollle Clova Shultz, Emma Weller, Maymo chine Shown, J. W. Odell, B. H. Morris, thur Chapman, Commissary Captain May Bratcher, Narrows. gun compauy. Capt. S. H. Hoover, Roslno, to Verna II, E. Brown, Carrlo Russel, Ethel of the Third's Ilussel, Vera Miller, Margaret Card-wel- l, Sidney Smith is Captain of the Flrst'o 2. Wright, Hartford R. le S. P., McKlnney, Andrey Grow-barge- r. machine gun company, so three Ona Rogers, Narrows,, to, Katie men will be commanding offE. F. Liles, Ethel Robinson, , ,. Morgan, Narrows. brigado's three machine Clayton II. Duncan, Drakeaboro, Nellie Johnson, Anna Robinson, icers of the Lola Cole, Key Napier, Mrs. J. M.jgun companies. Rocaeeter. to Mildred Cral .- ,....... I July 4. Offers bare th0 army ""quarters from sections proposing the for- of "Brigades of Amazons," said that women to the num- ...,.... . , nm -. uci u& uiiuj uiuusuiiuB ueairu w serve in the event of war, and ask that they be trained in the manipulation of the rifle. Two thousand of these women are reported to their services In the State of Sonora, and others In tho West Coast and Southern States have followed tholr example. A call was sent oui today by the Federal Board of Health for a meeting of medical men for the purpose of forming a corps to serve In the event of a foreign war. Volunteers under 50 years qt age are called for. Supplementing this call Is one for women who are to receive emergency training for field service's as nurses, and the further preparation Is made of establishing some medical factories to offset the danger of having supplies usually furnished front Mexico City, reached sovcral matlon it being u. .,- have-offere- d i 'T u ,.. Pep-perko- rn roll-call- ." v. were-throw- El-to- to-da- Ellza-spectl- ve ed Kls-ganlz- ed ma-chl- uo j Tay-pass- ed ... , u, -. Lou-Uvll- -- COOPER BROS. BIG SEMI-ANNUA-L SALE 1916. Begins July 8th and Closes July 22, We are going to offer you seasonable merchandise at prices that positively can not be duplicated in today's markets. The merchandise of the whole world is now in the greatest confusion and uncertainty, with merchandise advancing as if by magic, and there is no chance for cheaper prices for months and months to come. In fact, the longer the European war continues the higher prices will go. Our Stock of Merchandise Now, in the face of this, we are going to give you a reduced price. You have a chance to save from 20 to 30 per cent, on the dollar. Don't fail to attend this sale. We have a complete stock for you to select from. We will give you a specimen of prices on men's and women's apparel that clearly emphasizes this store's policy f a complete clearance of stock at the end of each season while quality and style and standard are not affected. But the prices have been slashed without consideration to the actual worth of the merchandise. The prime thought is to move the goods. Let us urge you to attend this sale, as there will be items that you can save on now, which if not bought at a reduced price, will cost a great deal more. Prices on all goods have been cut to the quick. All merchandise that is not listed will go at 10 per cent. off. Nothing reserved except Shoes, Overalls, Overall Jackets and Groceries. This sale is for cash or produce. No goods will be charged at these special prices, which follow: is worth from 10 to 20 per cent, more today than it cost. Men's Clothing. M Men's and Boys' Hats. . Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Regular $20.00 Suits, Sale Price Regular $18.00 Suits, Recular $15.00 Suits, Regular $12.50 Suits, Regular $10.00 Suits, Regular $ 8.00 Suits, Rccular $ 7.00 Suits, $S.OO Sale Sale Sale Sale Sale Sale Sale Sale Sale Sale Sale Sale Sale Sale Price Price- Price Price Price .$15.00 .$13.95 .512.98 .$10.00 .$ 7.89 .$ 6.00 Our Regular $5.00 Hats, Sale Price Our Regular $3.50 Hats, Sale Price Onr Regular $2.50 Hats, Sale Price Our Regular $2.00 Our Regular $1.50 Oar Regular 75c Our Regular 50c Hats, Hats, Hiits, Hats, Sale Sale Safe Sale Price Price Price Price $3.98 $2.50 $2.00 $1.68 $1.10 55c: Our Regular $1.00 Dresses, Sale Price Our Regular $1.50 Dresses. Sale Price Our Regnlar Si .25 Dresses, Sale Price Our Regular 50c Dresses, Sale Price. Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular $5.00 $4.50 $4.00 $3.50 $3.00 $2.50 $1.50 $1.25 $1.00 75c 50c $4.00 $3.50 $3.00 $2.50 $2.00 $1.50 $1.25 $1.00 75c 50c $20.00 $10.50 $13.50 $12.50 $ 3.00 $ 2.50 $ 2.00 Ladies and Children s Dresses. 89c $1.25 $1.00 40c $3.98 !$3.78 !$3.25 $2.98. $2.50 $1.50, $1.25 .$1.'ofJ 78c .. Men's and Boys' Oxfords. Oxfords, Oxfords, Oxfords, Oxfords, Oxfords, Oxfords, Oxfords, Oxfords, Oxfords, Oxfords, Oxfords, Oxfords, Oxfords, Oxfords, Oxfords, Oxfords, Oxfords, Oxfords, Oxfords, Oxfords, Oxfords, Rugs, Rugs, Rugs, Rugs, Rugs, Rugs, Rugs, Sale Sale Sale Sale Sale Sale Salo Price - .$ 5S0 $6.00 $5.50 $4.98 $3.98 53.25 $2.95 $2.45 .$2.10 ...$3.98 $3.75 $3.25 $3.00 $2.00 $1.25 $1.50 $1.15 $1.00 79c 55c 40c $9.93 $7.93 $6,25 $4.98 $4.25 $3.00 $2.00 Now, In 40c Price Price Price Boys' Clothing. Our Regular Our Regular Our Regular Our Regular Our Regular Our Regular Our Regular Our Regular $7.00 $G.0O $5.00 $4.00 $3.50 $3.00' $2.50 Suits, Suits, Suits, Suits, Suits, Suits, Suits, Suits, Price- Coat Suits. Onr Regular $20.00 Coat Suits, Sale Our Regular $18.00 Coat Suits, Our Regular $16.50 Coat Suits, Our Regular $15.00 Coat Suits, Our Regular $12.50 Coat Saits, Sale Sale Sale Sale Price- Price Price $14.93 $13.50) Price Price Price Price Price Price Price Price Price Price Price Price Price Price Price Price Price Price Price Price Price , Price Price $12.98 $11.93: $ 8.83' Price Price Price Price Price Price Men's Odd Pants. Our. Regular $5.00 Pants, Sale 'Our 'Regular $4.50 Pants, Sale Our Regulkr 4.00 Pants, Sale Our Regular $3.50 Pants, Sale Our Regular $2.50 Pants, Sale Our Regular $1.50 Pants, Sale Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Our 1 Regular Regular Hegular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Wo Ladies' Skirts. Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular $8.00 Skirts, Sale Price $7.00 Skirts, Sale Price $G.0O Sale Sale Sale Sale 49c 40c $3.00 Boys' Odd Pants, $2.00 Pants, Sale $1.50 Pants, Sale $1.25 Pants, Sale $1.00 Pants. Sale 75c Pants, Sale 50c Pants, Sale $5.50 $5.00 $4.00 $3.50 $2.50 $1.50 $1.25 $1.00 Skirts, Skirts; Skirts, Skirts, Skirts, Skirts, Skirts, Skirts, Skirts, Sale Sale Sale Sale Sale Sale Sale Sale Sale Price Price Price Price Price Price Price Price Price $6.00 $5.50 $5.00 $4.50 $4.00 $3.00 $2.98 $2.00 $1.25 $1.00 78c Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Our Regular Our Regular Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Ladies' and Children's Oxfords. Sale Price Salo Price Salo Price Sale Price Sale Price Sale Prico Sale Price Sale Price Salo Price Sale Price ... .$2!78 ... ,$2A3 ... $2.00 .$l!so 73c " .'.'.'! 51 !25 !!! !$l!oo ... !!!!.'!!! 49c 40c Ladies' and Gents' Parasols. Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Regular $3.50 Parasols, Regular $3.00 Parasols, Regular $2.50 Parasols, Regular $2.00 Parasols, Regular $1.50 Pans,ol3, Regular $1.25 Parasols, Regular $1.00 Parasols, Regular 75c Parasols, Regular 50c Parasols, Regular 25c Parasols, Sale Sale Sale Sale Sale Sale Sale Sale Sale Salo Price Price Price Price Price Price Price Price Price Price $2.98 $2.43 $1.98 $1.48 $1.25 $1.00 78c 48c 40c 20c Mattings and Druggets. Sale Sale Sale Sale Sale Salo Price Prico Price Prico Price Prico Salo Price Men's and Women's Raincoats. $12.50 Coats, Sale Price $10.00 Coats, Sale Price $ 8.00 Coats, Sale Price '.'...'. !$14i93 '$1250 $17.93 Coats, $ 5.00 Coats. $ 3.50 Coats, $ 2.50 Coats, $ G.00 Sale Salo Sale Sale Price Price Price Price Our Stock of Summer Goods. Our Regular Our Our Our Our Our Our Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular 25c Goods, Salo. Price 20c Goods, Sale Price 15c Goods, Sale Prico. 12i.c Goods, Salo Price. 10c Goods, Sale Prico So Goods, Sale Prico. 5c Goods, Sale Price. ar .'"'!$ ......$ $ .....$ 9 89 2 50 2.00 178 i9c Millinery Department. have some very nice Patterns in Hats. e order to close these out, we will soil at first cout. Don't fail to see our Millinery stock. half-pric- Ladies' Shirt Waists. Our Our Onr Our Our Our Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular $3.50 $3.00 $2.50 $1.50 $1.00 50c ............ ............ ' ! "100 16c 12g 8c go 40 from Domestic and Bleach. Hope llleach, per yard Iloosler Sheeting, per yard 8c 6c Shirt Shirt Shirt Shirt Shirt Shirt Waists, Waists, Waists, Waists, Waists, Waists, Sale Sale Salo Sale Sale Salo Price Prico Price Prico Prico Price $2.78 $2.48 $2.00 $1.25 78c 40c ....'''..'' .."'.'!.'!!''''''. Ladies' Ready-to-We- COOPER BROTHERS BEAVER DAM, KY. We have a nice lot of Coat Suits and Coats bought this spring. Made good and good style. that were Department T Prince Albert ives V EQUIPMENT FOR ARMY IS READY UNITED STATES LEARNS LESSON FROM EUROPEAN WAR DECLARE OFFICIALS. QQQVX,QQQQ90QSW$$&i smokers such delight, because its, flavor is so different and so delightfully good; it can't bite your tongue; it can't parch your throat; you can smoke it as long and as hard as you like without any comeback but real tobacco happiness! side of every Prince Albert package you will read : On the reverse :Big Line of Sport Shirts 50c, $1.00 and $1.50 Come In and See What Big MAY BE SHORT IN HORSES Otherwise Largest Army Ever Under the FIitK Cnn He Amply Carol Fur. Washington, July 1. Thanks to the European wax, the United Stales Is prepared today to equip nnd munition the largest army that has ever This was marched under Its flag. the statement of war department officials. Tile only adverse circumstance resulting from the great war abroad, officials said is a possibility of a horse shortage. These facts have been learned after two or three days and nights of almost continuous work in the Many quartermaster's department. munition plants that sprang into existence to supply the allies with explosives, cartridges, guns and all war munltlons.recentlyhave reportIn their export?. ed a slackening This has been due to the creation of such plants in England, Russia, But for the France and Japan. present Mexican situation, officials yesterday declared, dozens of Mieso "inuohroom" plants would have closed down. Experts Reticent At to Cost. Government experts were reticent regarding the economic cost of calling out the militia and' keeping thera In war harness for any length of time. They merely said the average wages which militiamen give up is about $15 a week. The salary loss, therefore, to the militiamen and their familles.roughly estimated, they said, would amount to about $1,500,000 weekly. Greatest activity was shown in the quartermaster's headquarters, and In offices of officials In charge of sap-pl- y munitions to the army. Not since the days preceding the Spanish-America- n war have these departments shown greater activity. Although administration officials Insisted they still hope to pass the present crisis, a far greater amount than, of supplies and munitions would be necessary merely for border patrol duty is being arranged for. said sufficient ammuni Officers tion, guns.food and other munitions will be delivered within the next few days to supply the regular array and mllltla forces for some time. Shortage In Horses. Supply experts, who have been in touch with the market ever since FunBton and his regulars left for the front, declare the only shortage which will be felt will be in horses condition which they say is a remarkable tribute to the resources the of the United States when amount of war supplies which have been shipped abroad is considered. Even with a large supply of horses to draw on, the problem will be largely one of replacing animals which are lost. Both regulars and state troops will reach the border almost, If not quite, fully supplied. But once these are killed off, or die because of campaign hardships, the task of substituting for them from among. the hardy plains ponies, which make the best cavalry mounts, difficult. will become increasingly plains have been Tho Western buyers for combed by European theso animals. Rations, munitions, tents, nuto trucks, etc., can easily be had at once In the open market, It Is de- " PROCCSG PATENTED JULY OOtm, 1907" Values. t AH Ml I (. HHHHHH J That means to you a lot of tobacco enjoyment. Prince Albert has always been sold without coupons or premiums. We prefer to give quality I ... I kRi nce Albert the national joy smoke m? Hi4b dothii-12-: Co by CpfirrfsMltll K J Ktyncld Tot ceo Co. HARTFORD, KY. g 'NW in goodness and "Sh. in pipe satisfaction is all we or its enthusi no.. no yOWLl hofind a cheery athowdy-d- you on tap th much of a ranger are in o astic friends ever claimed for it ! neck of the wood you drop into. For, r;nco Albert i right there at the first place you paan mat tooaccoi I he toppy red bag tell lor a nickel and the tidy red Jtk tin for a dime, then there m the hand' aome pound and tin humidors and the pound cryataf'ftlana humidor with aponge-moiatentop that keep the to bacco in auch V bang-utrim ri ESS a $$ssw$s$as$ T03ACC0 IS PREPARED "FORSMOKERSUNDERTHE PROCESS DISCOVERED IN MAKING EXPERIMENTS TO, PRODUCE THE MOST DE-- 1 Farmers Can i It answers every smoke desire you or any other man ever had! It is so cool and fragrant and appealing to your smokeappetite that you will get chummy with it in a mighty short time Will you invest 5c or 10c to prove out our say-son the national joy smoke? ! o jV all'thf timer iiGrnruL and wholes -, i SOME TOB4CC0 FOR CIGlAbrrrp Aiinwo cum'FD s,i'4-ww:v- ; i 5 frtuuesa t'Aitnitu JULY30 tM ryw.- .i.i.ij! .CCbCOHPA You Afford you can buy the 1 NraNSAicM.K.U$Al To let your crop grow up in weeds or go half cultivated with the same old slow insufficient tools your grandfather used 50 years ago, when f J $OOESNQTBTE;HElIOHGl)El Ai1 i f n ''i 'ii R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Wiiuton-Sale- N. C TM It the rcTn aide of th Princ Albert tidy red tin. Read thU Patented Process" mcMag-to-yo- u and realiivwhat it mean to making Princa Albert ao much to jour lilt inc. Brinly Leverless and Janesville Disc Cultivators They have fewer and stronger parts and will do your work easier, better and cheaper than any other cultivators made no matter what the cost. If thev don't we do not want vour money. Give them a trial and be convinced. Respectfully yours, v United States navy have succeeded In not only reaching a depth of 300 WILL SEEK GOLD to 305 feet, but In remaining at that depth for from Ave to twenty minON SEA BOTTOM utes at a time, making examinations In regard to a and observations sunken vessel that made its subsequent salvage posible. This work kkaiici1 was done in connection with the divkhs now ahlii gkkat raising of tho United States submahunkhn huh DEPTH. which plunged to the botrine F-tom of tho sea Just off the harbor o! Honolulu March 25, 1915. Not only did the divers establish a new world's STRIDES MADE BY NAVY record for deep-se- a diving on that occasion, but the subsequent raising and recovery of tho F-- 4 Is the only The Department Go to .100 lnstanco In history where a sunken Mm of vessel was recovered from a depth I'oot, IiFvcl In Text. (TompAiiJe of 300 feet. Organized. Tho writer thereupon gives a brief sketch of tko history of diving as a of Aristotle Washington, July 1. MuBt all the useful art, from the time down to tho present, and after demillions of dollars that now He at tho scribing a modern diving outllt and bottm of the sea in the form of explaining in some detail tho matter Bhlps and their sunken treasure be diver's being subjected to two forever lost to the world? Most of of the pressures, the pressure of tho nlr the vessels that have been sunk, helmet and suit and tho whether by accident or In tha course inside tho external pressure of the water, conof the present war. He In comparamany of them tinues as follows: tively shallow watei "The necessity of having the air at n depth of less than 300 feet, and pressure within the diving dress comtho problem of their recovery does pensate the external water pressure, not seom entirely hopeless In the light thus (subjecting the diver to pressure of the recent improvements in deep-se- a directly proportioned to the depth to dlviiiK and the feats nccomplifrbr which he descends, Is the dangerous cd by tho expert divers of the Unit- deep-se- a diving. At u The mutter is tho , element in oil States navy. depth, for instance, of 100 feet, a divsubject of an article In tho current er must be subjected to a pressure of number of the Bulletin of the atmospheres or 00 pounds per Union, Washington, u. C. four compensate of square Inch, In order to organization In discussing tho tho external water pressure. companies In tho United States whose DiKfaxe Is Dangerous. purpose is tho recovery of some of "Exposure to such pressure Is apt wealth now lying In the oceans tho dangerous physiol tiriNnp iittllpa' . to bo followed by UUpill, Mm i,..w d. ........ liiu .. "Certain it is that tho project of.ogicai enecis, cunuuumy m.uwh of ships, or the most j "caisson disease," the symptoms recovering sunken viluahle of tho treasures that have , which Include pain In tho musclos 'bends,' gone down with them, Is moro feas- and Joints, commonly called breathing, embarrassed now than It wus only four or deafness, ible vomiting and fainting, sometimes refive years ago. Such great ImproveThey do not apments In diving appnratus have re- sulting In death. now pos- pear while the pressure Is being raiscently boen made that Itls long as It is continued.but sible for a diver to operate for a ed, nor so at tho great depth only after it has been removed; and limited tlmo even accepted Is that they of 300 feet below the surface. These the view now aro largely due to the are duo to the rapid effervescence of Improvements tho gases which aro absorbed In the remarkable experiments In deep-se- a the auspices body llulds during exposure to pres diving conducted under has proveu mm of the bureau of construction and ro-- sure. Experiments navy department of the ' when tho pressuro is suddenly ronalr of tho . ... . .. . . . u. ii.ic liovn.i thn ens In liberated In bubbles " Unltod states in body, and that these do time tho greatest depth reached by within the Set freo in tho spinal of- - the harm. divers was 210 feet, two English may cause having accomplished that feat cord, for lnstanco, they fleers on by partial paralysis, or In the heart lead during a series of tests carried stoppage of the circulation. It has the British admiralty in 1907. For to found, however, that if the pres- not ap- -, been t. l.miPiu of thoso who do relieved, gradually tho bubprcclato the difficulty, of diving to suro Is at bles aro not formed, because the gas such depths, It may bo stated that conies out of solution nnd Is not rid a. dep.th of ton feet below tho surfaco pounds per of by the heart and lungB. To prethe pressuro Is 4.33 withdrawal of square Inch of surface of the body vent these effects, tho pressure Increas- tho air pressuro In other words.tho This submerged. slow. bo should decompression es proportionately and at a depth of to 43.3 Hence tho diver's ascent must be reg100 feet It Iibb Increased accordlngly.and tho deeper ho pounds and at a depth of 300 feet to ulated bus been the slower and longer 129.9 pounds. must bo the periods for decompresCan Kvnmine Hulls. tremendous sion. Notwithstanding this "It was particularly In regard to pressure, the expert divers of tho at to 4, that this matter of decompression tho experiments of the United States navy department In 1914 led to Improved methods enabling the divers to descend to 300 feet below the surface. Being able to safely observe and direct tho work of rescue at such a depth, and with modern lifting apparatus, who can say that the recovery of ancient treasures of sunken Spanish galleons, of hundreds of moro recent wrecks of merchant vessels, and finally of many of the magnificent war vessels that have been sent to tho bottom during the present war, is an Idle dream?" ' Your Itowels Should Move Once a Day. A free easy movement of the bowels every day Is a slBn of good health. Dr. King's New Life Pills will give you a gentle laxative effect without griping and free your system of blood polsons.purlfy your blood.over-com- o constipation and have an excellent tonic effect on the entire system. Makes you feel like living. 3 Only 25c at your druggists. m t A. B. Row St Son f Cetitertowri, Ky. VanderNlt Training School for Boys s IU-ln- ELKTON, KY. Will .help parents develop their sons into the best type of citizens and Ohristia-gentlemen. Its patronage is widely scattered and comes from the best homes in the South. Its capacity is limited, theren HKRK'H KING OF TIGHTWADS; SPLITS MCKKI.S IN HALVES Indianapolis, Ind., July 1. Examine your pockets and your purses and learn whether you have whole nlckles or halves. According to Information given out by Thomas Halls of tho secret service, "the cheapest man In tho world has settled in Indianapolis" and Is busy splitting nickels. fow Indianapolis merchants A who understand tho art of operating slot machines regardless of tho dictates of the police aro being botherIn their slot ed by split nickels samples of tho work have boxes.and bcon turned over to Mr. Halls. - fore, reservations should be made early. Place your son in this select gioup of i 5 boys. Write MSTHENEY & BSTTS g For catalogue and information. Box A. nHHHHHHHn.ldi .1..-..- clared. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera . jji, i. the world at a Diiirrhoeu Remedy. not more than thirty cents a without exception cost of roan. This Every family raday per should keep this preparation at hand per day Is a pound of canned during tho hot weather of the sum- tion or twelve ounces of bacon, a meat mer months. Chamberlain's Colic, bread, over an ounce Remedy Is pound of hard Cholera nnd Diarrhoea To this, - of coffee, sugar and salt. worth many tlcies Its cost when neeJthe comovon when campaigning, ed and Is almost certain to be need. manding officer is supposed to add ed before tho summer is over. It whntever supplies money can buy. has no superior for the purposes lor A great deal of Information dealBuy it no. which it Is Intended. ing with supplies Is suppressed "for iu Obtainable evsrywhere. military reasons." tinue the best fed In rock-bottom ami The American soldier will con- 1IHRK IS TRUE SOLDIER HE KEPT ON WALKING Douglas, Ariz., July 1. Adam Dockery, private Co. B. Arizona, organized mllltla, reported yesterday as missing, returned to camp today after walking nearly forty miles while on outpost duty. Tn5 private, a recent recruit, was placed on guard ut the International Hue with Instructions to walk to the east until he met the sentry he was to relievo. In some way Dockery missed tho sentry. Ho kept walking until finally last night ho met a patrol on guard eighteen miles east of tho camp and then returned. Children Cry FLETCHER'S C A3TO Rl A FOR Into the sea without tilting. A mine WILL FILL A WANT! of tho character described Is made up of three parts: A spherical floating tho explosive, chamber containing Since the suspension of the etc.; an anchor chanibor which Is Weekly Courier-Journa- l, with tho former by a ca- Louisville connected there has been quite ble, and a weighted sounding lino. The length of tho latter Is equal to a demand for a weekly Kenthe depth at which tho mine is to tucky newspaper that gives float. When the end of the sounding line strikes bottom the lessen- all the more important state ing of Its pull throws a pawl which news, as well as the general prevents the drum In tho anchor news, crisp editorials, good chamber from paying out moro cablo stories, timely cartoons and to the sphere. Consequently the latter Is drawn under water to a depth illustrations. There is no such excellent equal to the length of the sounding line, us the anchor chamber settles paper as the to tho bottom. A page Illustration lu the July Popular Mechanics Maga-zln- o Twce-a-Wee- k depicts graphically this methOwensboro Messenger od of mine laying. (Ifcllteri by Urvy AVpoUson.) , -- - HOW MINKS AHH liAII) AM) FlItKI) of tho ways In which tho belligerent nations lay mines In harbors and other waters Is described In tho July Popular Mechanics Jluga- zlne. On one deck of a vessel aro tracks supporting several narrow the mines, each of which Is mounted on wheels. Each mine is In turn rolled to the stern, and, by means of special lauuciilne tracks, Is dropped One Will Sloan's Liniment itelleve PalnV Try It aiid see ono application will prove moro than a column of claims. James S. Keiguson, Phlla , Pa. writes: "I have had wonderful relief slnco I used Sloans Liniment on my knees. To think after all these years of pain ono application gave Many thanks for what me relief. your remedy has done for me." Don't keep on suffering, apply Sloan's Liniment where your pain Is and notice how quick you get relief. Penetrates without rubbing. Uuy It at any Druu 3 Store. 25c. It comes every Wednesday and Saturday, (16 pages a ;week or more), and is up-to-date in every regard. Try the Twice-a-Wee- k for a year in connection with the Hartford Repub-licau- . Mea-aeng- er Both papers, one year for jU.5o. All clubbing subscriptions should be addressed to gfirtjord, Kyv w , Republican ty. A cry bad state of affairs for !i several reasons. It is every man'i rigni 10 Slay awiiy irimi any iwu j of public gathering. If ho doesn't to Inw At lh roftottlc RaUml AT CELEBRATION want to bo present ho should spread Crforl. Ky.. ntnnll mutter ot the Mcond ntiuM. a party with his liquor In the woods. When he goes to the gathering on his Kdltor AliLlSON Jl. KAIlNKTT right arm In In pain wo own ncconi, wiiuuiur n uo wr m- - roi'KTII OF JULY OMHKKVKKS "When our W. S. T1NSIXV,.. Business Manager never stop to appreciate tho good ship or not, and dlsturbes those who IIICAIl !ti:Pl'III,ICAN NOMIb to fcollnc of tho left. And so It Is are Interested, tho penalty should NEE IN IMPROMPTU. nil communications Address .while we stand facing tho Mexican extreme. Tho Hartford Republican. "Oh, he was drunk and didn't know we no not appreciate our border, peaceful neighbors on tho North, what ho was doing," Is often given SUBSCRIBERS NOTICE TO ItV RENEWS ACQUAINTANCES t to n new whero cannon do not glare ono at the as an excuse for tho offender. enlMtjnwn ieliliiK the Few men nro as drunk jwJdmM mnt pve the olil uil dniui In making the other across the lino and whero no no excuse. rwjowt. He bugles announce tho approach of dan- ns they would mako believe. Jltmlofw Locnln nnil Xotlm 10c per lice nml 6c ger. It seems to us that this situa- knows the risk. If ho Insults let Former Justice Knjnyn Return to yer line for men mlilltloniil Inn'rtlnn, Obltsnrlc. Itenolutlon" nml Curd ot Th inl.I tion is the greatest of the few prom- go your nrm. It should be a man's Politics And The Contact With pn IIm. money In itdTMii . ises of universal peace. And it Is undoing when he tells the jury ho Old Ft lends. Notlivn tor nervier trtv, lint other Cbunh something of which, In these wnr was drinking and didn't know what i: idverllenitntK,5cKT line. and ho was about. ADonrtnoaa coniinnnlciitlonn will receive no times, both the United States many murThere have been two ttontton Canada should be proud, for doesn't Urldgchnmpton, N.- Y., July 4 It It show that these two countries have ders In Ohio county this year. Charles E. Hughes, speaking at the disreached the advanced stage of seems that the penalty has been nearby village of Easthaniptou to-- i 123 about i enllghtnicnt at which, so far as the regarded. In such a good old coun day told a Fourth of July audience CO every citizen Is two are concerned.they may lay down ty ns this where most (lint ttilin t- m n f r nnmlci litet tmft """ " "'-- - "'" clll- The lan American a murder should never I"" their arms and war no more. n,,ovu a" an 'n cr l FIUUAV, JUIA" 7. we- - have them. two peoples are of the same flesh be heard of. Yet. comprehension of the heals of We sometimes wonder what effect nml lilnml but It Is not that that ' He asserted that tho .i! democracy. -i i.. i .i, makes the International border like ANNOUNCEMENTS. needs more ban thrills In its often lot would have on our lawless clo- - Ration a county line, for brothers and said his dream of fight. It is their willingness to trust ment. When tho moral effect of the Patriotism, "We are authorized to announce " .uu.iiW v,.,.v.w... .... ..., ...., .A.wu..w l... .,..!. lUOfc intelligence, their UC11I1I ntllMHJ ID tno tho nennnt nn TOM SPURRIER, of Grayson county, one another, their We best men, actuated by no thought ot spirit of arbitration. The onlyex-clteme- Is nothing more than a killing. self. He devoutly hoped, the nomios a candidate for Congress, from the we have had on the Canad- are not so certain that we approve of nee declared, for a new birth of tho Fourth District, subject to the action any rate tho grandfathers have the electric chair. At of tho Republican primary, Saturday, ian border since liplft (in tilt sentiment of unity from the coun- grown tall was when Harry K. Thaw nvnn.itlnn eltnlllfl lip C, 191C. August Present perils. j try' touch-bac- k scene of the murder, and we are of plunged across the line for a n0t a rnsj!, p1eop,? he ,",Ue and so far as the United the opinion that the public should "We are authorized to announce the nre , sad., "Wo ,,,. not ,,, u ure a , , concerned it be Invited. candidacy of J. H. ASHLOCK, of States and Canada are nui spirit oi militarism. The law lolng people must get many a day. get Into trouble, but If Hardin county, for the Republican will be so for Tt Ic nvnrv mnn'K ilntv to anxious to (ni.A(iiAi from nomination for Congressman enforcing every law tlmt anybody thinks that the spirit of The city of Hartford gets her vs, the Fourth District, subject to the society and until the officials vice and sacrifice is lost and that from the moon. have not the old sentiment of sefaction of the primary election Sat- street lights direct When tho moon has engine trouble have this support they hae about respect, he doesn t underMnnd the urday, August S, 1910. or short circuit Hartford lias no as much chance of controlling tna United States. depend on intemperance lawless element as Villa does of com Mr. Hughes spoke from a knoll on We are authorized to announce the lights. We That is, we have manding Ft. Thomas. for our guidance. candidacy of HON. JOHN P. the village green. He motored over only when the moon Is full, or of Breckinridge county, for light from his summer home hero to repartly so. Probably that has some- QUOl) KRAT DEMONSTRANDUM. view the village preparedness parthe Republican nomination for ConLast week we called the attention ade, and had not intended to adgressman from the Fourth District. thing to do with the Intemperance on point of the Hartford Herald to the fact Subject to the primary election Sat- the streets at night. Rut the dress tho crowd. At the close of the we are driving at is this, we have the meaning of an article from the program, however, he contented to urday, August 5, 1910. done without street lights just about New York World reproduced In that speak briefly. In to announce the long enough,, and we feel that It Is paper had been misconstrued. We nre authorized "IimR On Silence; Short On Talk." about time there should he a getting other words the head said Hughes candidacy of A. D. KIRK for the Re"I have been long on silence and "It publican nomination for county at- together of the City Council and the was a tool of the bosses, while the very short on talk," he bald. torney of Ohio county. Subject to light company. On dark nights the nrtlcle, other than comparing him to is an odd experience that I am going appearance of noth- Mr. Wilson, spoke very highly of the thru, picking up the threads of old the action of the Primary Election, town has the ing, because it can't be seen. Vis- former Justice. The Herald in a re- relations. 1 think I have lived at Saturday, August 5, 191C. itors are surprised; citizens are taliatory editorial says it is up to us least five years In the last three This week, for instance, to prove that either the head or the i weeks. When I arrhed in New ork ashamed. With the editor single and the we are entertaining the teachers of article is untrue. No one would care a short time ago and my former hec- -' to what the retary and my. former aide met mc, town full of good looking lady school Ohio county. Those of them not fa to object seriously teachers this week the appearance miliar with the streets experienced World said, but the head written by and we resumed our many dellght-- ! difficulty in reaching tho the Herald charging Hughes with Of editorial comment is really akin extreme ful contacts, It seemed to me as tho school building at night. Some day being a tool of the bosses, etc., most there had been suddenly dropped to miraculous. there will be a fall, a broken leg, a certainly is anything but true. from life a period which represent According to the Herald it remain e(, he h)ghegl araultion i had cher-fo- r Editor Swift Campe, of the Bour- law suit, and we will lose the price us to prove, therefore, that Mr. i ,shed bon News, Paris, has our deepest of lights for years. It may bo that ..0"ne of the picasantest incidents sympathy in the death of his daugh- the town hasn't the money. It such Hughes is not a too of the bosses. ter, Mbs Frances Campe, who with Is the case business men should help Wc ask pardon for the laiey manner Qf my return is t0 oe sojourning with three companions was drowned in out some. Or, is it possible that tho In which we are going about this, yQU ,n tho s)iadow of the American light company is too high in their but the weathor Is warm and the idea flag wherever that flag floats there the Kentucky river July 4th. terms? As to that we aro unin is to save work. We are going to ,g a shrlne T don.t care ln what The, foreman made a quick change formed, but if that is. the trouble we tako this week's Herald to prove the pan ot tnig favored land exercises ln Jo the' number of the volume thia should take legal steps to get tho point according to its demand. celebration the anniversary of our week' and The Republican had gnter--c- d current at reasonable rates. Let's Given tho greatest present day jndependence are held, there is cause year ot try all those things and if nothing political figure ana a copy oi me of rejoicinB because of tho oppor- into into its twenty-nint- h Had we thought a little can be done in that line we can each Hartrord Herald. existence. tunities which only Institutions like To prove That Hughes is not a ours can afford. quicker we would have put in an or-d- donate a lantern and swing them on too ot the bosses. invited the Herald force up an limbs and telephone poles. "It is all very well to talk about Now, on the 7th page, fourth col- the declaration and the strong sentispread a birthday party. DR. PENDLETON LEAVES. umn of tho Herald we read a news ments which it contains, but that was ' The great drive started by the Dr. E. B. Pendleton left Monday Item which tells us that Hughes Is backed by men men who couldn't JJritiBh and French appears to be the for Tulsa, Oklahoma, where he takes "himself the greatest boss that ever have Indited it, men who couldn't .turning point of tho war. Germany, charge of the practice of Dr. W. C. sat in the Executive Chamber of New have committed It to memory, men York, and gives Thomas Collins Piatt who couldn't have repeated it, but liowevor, is not whipped. She is Black while the latter attends a barely on the run. Many a bitter lecture course. Dr. Pendle- as authority. But Hughes could not men in whose lives was tho incarnastruggle must yet be staged before ton may return at the expiration of be such a big boss and a tool of tho tion of independence, and whose spir4he Kaiser's country sues for peace, the two months or he may accept a bosses at the same time, Accepting it was breathed into that immortal and the deliberate people of England partnership with the Oklahoma phy- the Herald's latest news item we document. know it. have Hughes a boss, therefore, not sician and leave us for good. "It Is because we had men who Q. E. D. popular physician remains a tool of the bosses. If the were willing to suffer, to die, to venHow can we but sympathize with away two months it will be hard In order to appease those who ture and to sacrifice that we havo tho the Irish when we went through tho enough but the good people ot Ohio do not like bosses we cito them to country, and It Is only by that spirit same thing. Wo can not believe that county detest tho thought ot his ab- the editorial in the Herald Just above that we will ever bo able to keep a the execution of Sir Roger Casement sence being permanent. Being tho the one .in question the first two sen- country. I love to think of those will ever take place. He probably son of one of the most noted phy- tences of which follow: "In tho hardy men coming hero with the leeerves punishment but the death sicians of the State he studied in coming Presidential campaign tho spirit that led all pioneers farther penalty to a man who has been of medical college and has continued In personality of Mr. Hughes will not and farther West, tho same spirit such service to his country is an ex- the practice of his father, Dr. John amount to very much, as it Is quite which in every part of our land has treme measure. E. Pendleton, over since. No doc- generally known that he Is a quiet accounted for our development. Quiet g tor in Kentucky has done more charman of fine legal talent men, not noisy men; sensible men, The annual meeting of the Ken- itable work than Dr. Gene, he having and well stored mind and of 'clean not foolish men; straight men, hontucky Press Association will be held answered calla in the wee hours of political activities. Personally there est men, dependable men, real men at Afebland next week and the good the wintry nights knowing that ho can be little or nothing hald against that Is what wo mean by AmeriKentucky city that came so near not would never be financially compen- him." canism. There Is a vast amount of being a Kentucky city is preparing sated. He will be missed by tho The Herald sayp we cnargo Incon- gyod Judgment In this country, much to entertain the scribes In high poor and the rich alike. moro than tho headlines of our newssistency. There is certainly inconsis.style. Many of tho pencil propellers Dr. Pendleton has been very suc- tency ln tho Hernld's attack and papers seom to Indicate. There Is have not had a week's release from cessful In hiB practice in Ohio coun- there is inconsistency in tho policy a vast amount of thoughtfulncss in the daily grind since last summer and ty and Is credited with bringing of the party It worships but we this country. We aro not a rash eyes are now focused on Ashland. Wo are not filled with a about some remarkable recoveries. would not think of charging Incon- people Wo all hate to lose the doctor but sistency In its political affiliation. spirit ot militarism. Wo are not per cent of the At least twenty-fiv- e are glad that his ability is being Lo, no! The Herald has both arms anxious to get into trouble, but If Kentucky soldiers examined at Ft. recognized, for it is deserved. around the Democratic donkey's neck anybody thinks that tho spirit of Thomas have failed to pass the phy- and Its heels socked Into its flanks up scrvlco and sucrince Is lost, and that Kentuclty Will hIcaI examination. THE LAWLESS ELEMENT. . to the Instep. When tho donkey'B wo havo not got tho old sentiment manhood reach the point where only ho doesn't understand Kentucky didn't get the tltlo of the ears wave forward, or backward, tho of It military service? half Is fit for dark and bloody ground from Ohio Herald's jerk In accord, and when a tho United States. eurely will unless mothers forget the Need More Than Thrills. resounds the Herald breys poodle dog und tho pet monkey and county. Ohio county has always "I am not going to make a speech, been considered one of tho most ton. Kive more attention to enlarging tho The Herald brings counter charges but I do want to say a word to you pbyelquo of tho son. And If father peaceful of the State. But unless Wo could do like- along theso lines: Wo want patriot-IsIs a very etrtct watch kept there to Justify Itself. would take the interest in raising a there and I don't think we are going Remember those, "Tho bull big. fine child that ho does In mules will be a certain disturbing clement wise. to loso it very soon, altho I do delnooBO rode the elephant." The In tho great hereafter. and fine horses tho failures wouldn't rodo tho bull moose, etc?" voutly hopo that out of the perils and There are many classes of the per cent. reach twenty-fiv- e disturber, and Ohio county Iiub her It charges that we were Progressive. difficulties ot this time may como a The possibility of war with Mex- share. Not ordered to be sure, but This paper was Progressive and is new birth of tho sentiment of unity. ico has been lessened by the tone ot Just sprung up. Sprung Up to tako yet Progressive, Progressive Repub- I do hopo that In the midst of all may the Carranzu note. Tho do facto tho places of those who havo sprung lican. The old cabin sprung a leak, these troublesome conditions wo nagovernment promises to put sufll-cle- down, for wo havo always had them. and we wandered out Into tho barn- have a better realization of our guard along the border to keep About tho most loathsome class ot yard whero wo were kicked so hard tional strength and ot the Import of bandits out ot tho United Stntes and lawbreakers nro those who with the by tho Democratic donkey that wo our democratic Institutions. 4 (suggests that the American troops aid of mean liquor persist In break-lu- g again took refuge in tho cabin. Lo! In some and behold, we found a new roof; a Of course It will be up public meetings. he withdrawn. very pleasing to American people to parts of Ohio county, according to re- now floor, a platform of good solid FOR FLETCHER'S ani4 n wnr tint are wo to abandon ports, it Is a difficult matter to hold plank, Tho old building has been I dlgnl- - repaired, and the family Is happy. vtbe Villa chase and leave the border public worship in peace and Hartford Republican. to bo protected by Greasers on the promise of such a man as Carrnnzn? Wo quit when we had Vera Cruz but thnt didn't prevent the Columbus outrage. If we quit now what will happen next? lllllill! SPEAKS SUMMER i PENALTIES EfffiSZI&iiUUBPUH iiniH-rn- j Our buyer picked up last week while in the big wholesale markets oi the country quite an assortment of good patterns in thin Wash Goods - Ciixn-'berlQ.n- rumi3' A ..,,,..- S" """ nt "e assW HAS-WEL- L, that will be sold at 5c, 7c, 10c and 15c. With four stores we can use the quantity if we can get the price. We got the price and took the quantity. The saving goes to our cus tomers. We picked up a number of new patterns in Awning Striped Skir ings. The price to you is 25c per yard. Solid colors in Skirtings, pinks, whites and blues- -a 25c quality. Our special price is 19c. A little time spent in looking over these specials, which are too numerous to mention, will prove very interesting as well as profitable. E. P. BARNES & BRO. Beaver Dam, Ky. I t SURPRISING VALUES Swift Selling Stocks of two-mont- This Season's7 Most Stylish Summer Fabrics. Both White and Colored Tub Materials are moving mighty fast these summer days. Sport Skirting in pink and black stripes at' 25c per yard, smart summer Voiles, dainty, cool, sheer summer fabrics. Our wash goods department has the correct goods and styles in almost endless variety. You can. dress economically if you buy of our wash goods at 25c, 35c and 50c per yard. , Printed Picnic Lawns, cool and comfortable, for house or picnic party dresses, at 5c, 10c and 15c per yard. White Gaberdine, 36 inches wide, 4 easy-goin- at 25c and self-respe- 50c per yard. White Piojie, 27 inches wide, at 25c per at 50c per he-ha- w yard. White Pique, 36 inches wide, m yard. clo-plia- nt nt Carson Si TC03XIOIC.Ti:3D Co. fl Children Ory Hartford, Ky. I CAS TO R A r r ? (WWWiWWtW rVWtiMrtWiirVWi0 t 81 : i- - conversions and fifteen additions to the church. Tho sermons 'delivered by Dr. Savage were full of uiuiiKiii mm luii u viiimiijiu jnuitii ci- fect. MOTION TO MOVE "POSSl'M IIl'X- BEGAN JULY 1. and CLOSES AUGUST I. Loans wanted" In Muhlenberg, McTKIt" CASKS GOES OVER TO Lean, Daviess, Webster, Butler and FALL TERM. Some of the itein.3 included in this Sale: real Ohio counties on good first-clas- s estato for 6 years. Rubber Roofing, four grades of 1, 2 aud W. H. PARKS, Wire Fencing, the various sizes and heights; Buildes' JUDGE SLACK YET ILL COtf Hartford, Ky. Hardware, Screen Wire Cloth, Black and Galvanized ""of Millport, Mr. Garfield "Barnard, was In Hnrtford this week very much Screen Door Sets, Screen Doors, Paints and Finishes, of Improved after several mouths ser- Sixth .rudlrlnl DNtrlrt. .IiiiUt Re- aiiirrln tinrl rlMiiHIo otrantrtli TVTofnl Dnnfinif cupcratlliK at Diamond ious Illness at his home and In a Drain File, Sewer Pipe, Lime. Spring. Louisville hospital. Ho expects to res ii mo his position with the L, & "while We are making specially attractive prices to N. Railroad August 1. ,..... .vo vy. "rnol.n11 rf stimulate business during the dull months. Send us .7llIf Filipino f -- ....dn, .AU.II.1UII, Ul Dr. E. "b. Pendleton left Monday will bo In aiie.iiyv.iie.is presiding over tho Ohio your orders for anything in this line, and you will for Tulsa, Okla., whero ho charge of tho practice of Dr. W. C. Circuit Court in the ahsenco of Judgo ) get exactly the same price aa if you were to write io R. V. Slack, who has been ill for Black whllo the latter takes a some time and who Is now recuper-ntin- g prices', or come in person. courso of lectures In New nt Diamond Springs. Court expiration of the two York. At the months Dr. Pendleton may decide to convened on Monday, this being a locate permanently In Tulsa as the two weeks term. Tho whole of the time will likely be consumed. purtner of Dr. Black. (Incorporated.) The motion by State's Attorney C. Misses Margaret Petter, Almn E. Smith for change of venue in the i Wilson, Atgr. FORDSVILLE, KY. Mornwltz, Hannibal, Mo.; and Maud "possum hunter" cases was contlnu- -' Sutton, Carthage, Mo., returned to ed to the next September term. their homes Tuesday after a visit The following named gentlemen with Miss Ella McKenncy, Beaver were empaneled as grand Jurors: Dam, and Miss Winnie Davis Slm- Albert Cox, Lin Leach, Clinton mnrmnn nltv MluQPS T'jMpr nnil Parks, Will Ward, Alex Boswell, I Morawltz were accompanied homo by ElJJah Render, E. C. Balrd, G. J. I jt j ilvi .rv,.,." .v. Fr Miss Bess Harbcson, of Do Funiak Hoover, Guy Muffett, Ben Canary, iTtt ir tmTt 13 Springs, Fla., who has also been tho Sherman Smith and Tom Bradley, guest of MIS3 Slmmermnn. E. C. Balrd was designated by the We this week announce Hon. John Court as foreman of the grand Jury. P. Haswcll, of Hardinsburg, as a After exhaustive instruction by the i ru&&8fagv candidate for tho Republican nomi- Court, the grand Jury retired to from tho their room and selected G. J. Hoov- nation for Congressman Fourth District. Mr. Haswcll Is so er as clerk and Alex Boswell as i well known In Ohio county that we sheriff of the grand Jury. The following named gentlemen feel disinclined to dwell upon his Ho has many friends were empaneled as petit jurors for prominence. term, viz: here who have been urging his an- the present nouncement for several months and Frank Taylor, June LlUcy, James Twed-dcl- l, 1 wSSamWBSmTr with satisfaction they will read his Galloway, Joe Bellamy, J. H. S. T. Barnett, W. W. Baize, S. f page announcement on tho editorial Dow- - j of this Issue. He is a brilliant at- S. Acton, Walter Allen, Rufus ueacn, Henry el, C. Hartford, w. torney: Is in the prime of life and Prompt attention must be giv has for a long time been prominent Ralph, J. S. Kirk, Neaphus Taylor, Willie Mbseley, Willie Bellamy, poliin district, Stato and National en ailing stock so that may be delayed. tics. He Is most excellently qualified Thomas Torter, Leo Brown, Horace position to Taylor, Clarence Patton, Noah Lan-hato fill tho responsible Bell Telephone Service on the farm enables Henry Beedle, H. B. Taylor, which ho aspires. to get I veterinary quickly. George Johnson, James White, 01-lWo this week announce the can- -; Huff, Lon Bennett, Mack Daniel also keeps you in touch with the markets and didacy of Mr. J. H. Ashlock, of Glen-dal- e, and L. B. Tlchenor. After the petit neighbors. for the Republican nomination Jury was empaneled the Court spent to Congress from the Fourth District. several minutes instructing the JuIf there is no telephone on your farm write Mr. Ashlock is a prominent citizen of rors as to their duties. Hardin county and enjoys a large acfor our Free Booklet. Among other indictments returned quaintance throughout the district, by the present grand Jury the followespecially In Ohio county at the coun- ing are given as the most Important: Address:- ty scat of which he attended school Dick Stewart assault with deadly Dcerlng Mower supplies of nil sorts ago under the well Farmers Line Department. v?(4ppnwith intent to kill, Marshall may be procured from W. E. Ellis several years During j Prof. Hayward. Nail, wilful murder, Mitchell Taylor & Bro. Supplies always on hnnd. his school dnys here tho Congres- wilful murder and malicious shootFRIDAY, JULY 7. Messrs." J.B7WesteffleId, P. M. sional aspirant made many friends' deadly CUMBERLAND Wlnfree and L. W. Hunt, of Fords-vlll- e, hero who view his candidacy with I ing, R. L. Paris assault with weapon with, intent to kill, Hardin wcr.e herd Wednesday. 1 H. & ST. L. It. B. TIME TABLE. Ho will get many votes Godsoy seduction under promise of & favor. COMPANY No. 113 due at Ellmltch 8:32 p.m. There will he moving pictures at t. u nlmofv nnrl If tinmtnntori will marriage, Emilia Farmer and Hardin INCONPONATKD No. 110 due at Ellmltch 7:30 a.m. the opera house in Beaver Dam every I be the recipient of nn old time Ohio I Tanner grand. larceny. BOX 119, OWENSBORO, KY. No. 112 Lt. Ellmltch .. 3:40 p.m. Thursday and Saturday nights. Pathe county Republican majority. Tito following cases were .continu ' Ar. Irvlngton .. C:3B p.m. service. of witnesses Wesley, of Yosemitc, ed on account Mr. Joshua Lt. Irvington .. 6:66 p.m. Mrs". John T. Moore, of Elizabeth-tow- n, vs. Claude Horace Pierce', dismissed, Bob Davis present. The court was presided ovCommonwealth Casov county. Kentucky, and Mi6s &c: Ar. Louisville . 7:40 p.m. is visiting her mother, Mrs. R. F. D. Daugherty, Otle Ament.Porter Evans, fined S50 and committed to Jail: er by County Judge Wilson. a, m. Martha Ross, and other relatives Dena B. Rial, of Hartford, Lv. Louisville .. 8:35 No. No. 3, gave their friends quite a sur Everett Guy, Fred Sweeney, John jGienn Stewart, dismissed; Tom The court let or approved contract Ar. Irvlngton ..10:06 a. m. in Hartford. Shelby Morris, Ira Cook, Ar-- 1 ton 8et t0 Gth day. John Render, with the Vincennes Bridge Co. for prise on yesterday when they an? Lt. Irvlngton'..l6:40 a.m. J. L. Green, of Hartford, has re- nounced that their marriage had tak thur Duncan, Rufus Miuton, Arthur statement filed nnd dismissed; Bru- reinforcing steel for the two concrete 1:04 p. m. Ar. Ellmltch turned home after attending the en place on April 22nd, past. They Cooper, Claude Graves, same, came, no Frey, plea in bar, confessed and bridges to be constructed on the funeral or Mrs. W. T. McGary. each attended the K. E. A., whjch Murry Crowe, Lorenzo Hamilton, dismissed; Goebel Parrls, 2 cases, Hartford and Centertown road, the M., IL & E. K. It. TIME TABLE. Messenger. 4 met In Loulsvillo last spring and Murry Crowe, Bob Davison, Claude dismissed; William Combs, filed away price averaging approximately Bouth Bound, No. 11G Graves, Mary Long, Owen Crowe, with leave to reinstate; Perry Crow-de- r, cents per' pound. Lieut. C. h. Shown left early Wed- whllo there quietly stole over to 8:46 a. m. Hartford Due at Ind., where they wero se- Andrew Pryor, same, Billy Schroad-e- r, nesday with fourtocn recruits to join The Beaver Dam Planing Miss Co. dismissed; Oscar Durall, dis xNorth Bound, No. 114 .Ebbon Shultz, Owen Cash, Hen missed; Charley Alvey, fined $50 and was awarded contract for furnishing II Company at Ft. Thomas according cretly married, at least to their 6:55 p. m. Due at Hartford friends, and they have been able to ry Whitaker, Henry McClure, Henry 10 days in Jail; Marion Likens, 2 the cement for the above two bridges to orders from Capt. DoWeeso. (Both, "Mixed Trains.) goats. Ap- maintain the secret up to yesterday Hlnton and Bert Coffman, Henry cases, fined $50 In each;C. Lee War- at the net sum of $2.14 per barrel. Wanted Her- den, acquitted on peremptory inMuch other business of minor imply at this office, but don't bring the and doubtless would havo further Whitaker, Roscoe Westerfleld, Napier is visiting her goats until wc put you in touch with concealed the marriage, but they de- bert MIdklff, Tessle Bassett, Claude structions; Oscar Baize in 5285, portance was transacted. Mrs. B. W. cided to remain apart no longer. Mr. B. Davis, Tom Craham, Clyde Davis, C2SC and 52S7, fined $50 in each parents in Nashville. the party desiring thorn. Carpenter, case; Enis Lawrence, acquitted. for his bride and so Caney Daffron, Richard Fanners, Attention. By uslng'ElifB,BluoRThbon Flour Wesley came Mr. Joe Miller, of Horse Branch, were forced to yield tho secret. Harden Tanner, Robert Hllliard, ArWo have a stock of Farm Implewith they you can stock your kitchen was here yesterday. ments consisting of Blue Bird Plows, County Court Notes. The young couple has tho best chie Autry, Gilbert Hayes, Bruno vessels th of friends, both be- Frey, 3 cases, Ira Hincs and Dick JTc. Her was in Loulavlllo Aluminum cook Mayor Mrs. Mary F. Weller recently qual- Vulcan Chill Turning Plows, 48tf wishes of a host prices. ing popular in their respective com- Simmons, George Jewell, Will Har- ified as guardian of the heirs of S. and Disc Harrows, Single and this week on business. Mr. Ralph Davidson returned to munities. Two-roris, Will Harris, Tom Wilson, Klah Corn Drills, One and two-hor-se J. Weller, deceased. Swift's Tremlum Cbods at Moore's Henderson Monday after spending Lawrence required to execute solvent Cultivators, Slnglo and Double-Shov- el In CounCaleb W. Bean was tried 52t3 his vacation with Mr. Vernon Llgon Meat Market. None batter bond of $100, Mose Wilson, Mariou ty Court on June 30th and adjudged CASH 8ALK Plows and anything elo la and Family and other friends in Hartford. He Friday and Saturday July 7 and 8. Likens, John Wilson and Mose WilFrwh and Curod Meat or a lun- tbo Implement line you may need. a person of unsound mind, was a member of the party that spent l"c son, Mose Wilson, William Maddox, atic, and was committed to the We also havo throo Wober lload Keg Soda Groceries at Moore's Mot Market last week camping at Ford's farm. 2.1c Oscar Baize, 3 cases, Joe Early and Buggy. 7 Boxes Matches Western ' Kentucky Asylum for tho Wagpns and one Runabout J net received a barrel of nice PickNothing goes further toward mak- 4 Cans Pink Salmon 15c Otis White, American Express Co., All this will bo sold on regular tarns. Insane. led Pork nt Moore's Meat Market, lt ing your visitors enjoy themselves forgot we still handle tlitt good Green Tea 5c same, L. N. R. R. Co. Mrs. Celie Eskrldge qualified on Don't leavo Satur- than a tempting meal. When in Mrs. T. IQriffln will Jonow Brand Fertilizer. The following cases wero continu- July 1st, as administratrix of the esBlack Tea day for an extended visit to relatives doubt about what to serve call ller's ed on motion of ckango of venue: W. E. ELLIS & BRO., cans Calumet Baking Eskrldge, deceased. tate of H. E. nSa John Durham, Sr., et al., John AlexHartford, Ky. near Owensnoro. Grocery. We have Troth 'phones. Powder The will of H. C. Farmer, deceas- 20t4 MrsriCETLT'Sirnmcrnian Farmers'lNo. 64, Cumberland No.37. 1 can pure Hog Lard $7.25 ander, John Durham, Jr., Clarenco Mr. and probated in County Court on ed, was sA. 8. of E. Notice. $8.25 Morris and Jim Morris, Claude Alcliaperoncd a party that motored to Sugar Work ha- begun on the new 100-lbtho 3rd. By the terms of the will The stock committee will ship Lafe Crawley, Jesse Fulker-soGROCERY, len and ILER'S Owonsbdro Saturday. resldcnco of Mr. S. L. King on the deceased's property goes to tho sur- stock from Beaver Dam, Monday, et all, Clarence Durall, Robert viving Hartford, Ky. Hnrdinsburg road, near Union street. LOST-Sm- all pin, about widow, Mrs. Ida Farmer, who July 10, 191C. All those having Claude 'building will be quite an r. Green, Harry Woodburn, r In diameter, with elk's head in cen-to- The new was named as executrix without stock they wish to ship should noti' Graves, Clayborne Wilson, Herman to the section In which lt is New Law Firm. office. addition Apply at this bond. S. L. STEVENS, fy us. as it will be of handsome Ernest Woodward and A. D. Kirk Morris, Elzle Allen, et al., Cbas. The 'Ohio County Fiscal Court was Mr. ArthurPftt77haB accePtC(1 n being built H. M. PIRTLE, A. P. Aland Ross Whltlor, announce their formation of a partdesign. in session on Wednesday and Thursposition on the'mec'hanlcal departCommittee. law at len, et al Charles Duke, Newt Almagistrates being pres An enjoyable danpe was given at nership for the practice of . ment of Tbo Republican. Fogle, A. P. day, all of the Hartford, Ky., beginning Juno 1, len, Tom Engler, Alvey Friday night in honor day, all of the Magistrates being ANNOUNCEMKNT Mr. Shelby Stevens, of Louisville, Taylor Mines Wilson, Haden Curtlss, Will Sorter, name of Woodwith his of Misses Potter, Harbison, Mora-wit- z 1916, under the firm Is spending his vacation Hawenberry, Charles be Henderson and Sutton. Mr. Ralph David- ward & Kirk. Tholr offices will A. D. Kirk Iinvlug mutually retired mother, Mrs. Laura Stevens.. of Meyers, Harry Woodburn, Geo. Hunson, of Henderson, was also an hon- molntnined nt the present office from the law Ann of Hcavrln, Kirk TlcheuoFl?eepslh"e best and Wilson, Drug ter, Jake Bowen, Walter D. II. or guest. Several Hartford and Mr. Woodward, over William's & martin, M. L. Heavrln and Otto C. Is Newt Dennis, et nl Charles Fulker-Eo- n, coldeBt of cold drinks for theso hot Dam young people enjoyed store at Hartford. Mr. Wodward Beaver Mnrtln huve retained the office and cooled. Green, Dolphin Hunter, Robert days. See him and be going to Henderson with his family the occaslou. practice of their and early full will continue the the firm name of O'DannoiT returned to present at all terms of Jake Bowen, Tobo Wydlck, Tom EnFor summer Mrs. J.'W. but will bo profession under A Are alarm was sounded from the Whitler, (luthrle Saturday, nftor a visit to relCircuit Court In Ohio county and gler, Hugh Meyer, Ross corn at last Heavrln & Murtlu. They will give residence of Mr. L. P. Foreman yes- assist Mr. Kirk In all business that be Clayborne Wilson, et al., Cyrus Wil- sowing, alone, in atives In Select and Hartford. terday morning about eleven o'clock. Intrusted to this firm. Hlnes, Mack Bees-le- cultivation or on stubble land npeclul and prompt attention to all liams, Cleveland Miss Mary Barnott returned to budncsH entrusted to their care. armed with flr'e extinguishArch Miller, Ike Hlnes, Will after grain harvest. Tuesday, after a visit Citizens hundUj all Loulsvillo AVo ore prepared to the call buckets answered Knight, Jr., Henry ers and Hlnes, John The Dct Quality of Seeds. with Mr. and Mrs. A. MJJaroet. commercial matters with promptness extinguished and the flro was son Bracken, George Benson, Evan DavWhlppoorwlll Poas Russell-vill- e, Anil efficiency. Will take plea&ure in I Miss ElUabetlf Smlthrof with little loss. . enport, Ed Gldcomb, John Herrel and $2.0 Gorman Millet looking after jour bunluefcs. arrived yesterday to be the The revival services closed at the Mammoth. Yellow Soy Beans . . . $2.00 Murry Maddox. mib Yours very truly, guest of Miss Mattyo uuko. cases were disposed The following 3c per lb Friday evening nuil Orange Cane HEAVniN MARTIN. T Dorothy Taylor, of Owensboro, Is ex- Methodist church Co., Commonwealth vs. of as indicated: W. B. ELLIS & BRO. j Dr. J. It. Savago returned to Owens- 48t4 pected by Miss Duke WE INVITE YOU in our city. lioro Saturday morning. Tho town 'and community was greatly benefitn ed by tho revival, there being I JUDGE MARSHALL nlnc-Jee- July and August Sale y; Ohio county we To the teachers extend a special invitation to visit our store Our Big July two-mont- hs I Clearance Sale ' Fordsville Planing Mill Company I is in full blast, and we are offering many SPECIALS at prices we can Jake not duplicate. A splendid time to supply yourself for your immediate and future needs. Whether you buy or not, come and your stopping place. people to give you attention. Do this, make our store Courteous sales every possible and remember ww j "Ofe j IMaif jLmLwi x that Come It Pays To Trade With a House That Saves You Money. two-wee- at once! my horse is sick. not u JteaCx mHm ... firm work ( ie the you It your Hartford tmvNN Republican. TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH Ill Mln-Nelso- n, Mad-isonvil- le n"! Half-doze- Peg-Too- w I b. b. a. n, ta Ful-kerso- n, Sweet Clover Seed. y, - $1-8- Bokhara Seed Co., Falmouth, Pendleton Kentucky. to-da- CTMUEHLAND COMPANV the means of manipulating the panel pitchis convenient to tho practicing Into Will Take Cnro of It Soldier a Pauperism 1In Pcrllnctl, Hut Cost of er. Every time ho puts bill by ploycs During Service. the batting zone It Is registered Increased. Living llns WAR'S ON LONDON dlvers weigh twenty pounds each; tho helmet weighs forty pounds, and Em-- i the diver also carries additional I lEX'-oXessioiacL- l weight. The tushs of the African elcphan sometimes weigh ns much as 100 pounds each ahd reach a length of eight or nine feet. Otto C. Martin I means of an electrical device. v- According to the annual ILLINOIS ANGLER CATCHES Council's 11S1I WITH TWO .MOUTHS health report, the civil population of London was smaller last year than d Alton, 111., July 1. A that of the middle of 1914, due to th catfish la attracting a great deal of war. During the first 18 months of the attention at the Peter Jocst fish war 104,571 persons died, compared dock.but Us one eye Is not tho only with 97,333 during the preceding IS peculiarity tho fish has to offer tho months, and every age and both sex- callers. It has two mouths. One of the mouths Is the regulaes were affected by the Increase. The first nlno months and the sec- tion, large, wide catfish mug, the ond nine months of tho war yielded other, while large, Is not ns wide as 82,628 and 74,948 births, respective- the top mouth. It is sound In shape, ly. So far as London Is concerned, rather than any other shape, but It statistics prove that there Is no truth Is larco enough to swallow an ordi In the statements which havo been nary fish easily. Tho eye Is on tho made as to an increase In Illegiti- left side of tho head. There Is no eye on the right side, mate births. A boom In weddings seems to have and no place for an eye apparent been encouraged by the war, for ly. The fish was caught with many whereas in the preceding five quarthere were 51,239 marriages others at the mouth of the Missouri ters registered, the number leaped up to river by Charles Homer, a fisherman, CG.G22 In the five quarters since the who has made many good catches during the season, and whose record outbreak of hostilities. rauperlsm has steadily declined Is being kept up. yj, of He brought in a lot of fine fish oriS nri almost general Increase place. On the oth- and other fishermen succeeded in wages has taken er band, tho cost of living has stead- making good catches also. One catily increased, but the prices of bread fish at the Timraons dock weighs pounds.while this and wheat are still below the aver- forty-seve- n two mouth montrosity weighs age of the 110 years between 1S00-191pounds dressed. and only half as high as they thirty-si- x were In 1812. Biliousness and Stomach Trouble. ' "Two years ago I suffered from A Doctor Remedy for Couplif. As a cure for coughs and colds Dr. frequent attacks of stomach trouble combines these and biliousness," writes Miss Emma Boll's remedies in Just the right proportion Verbryke, Lima, Ohio. "I could eat to do the most good for summer very little food that agreed with me coughs or colds. A trial will prove and I became so dizzy and sick at tho value of this splendid cough my stomach at times that I had to take hold of something to keep from medicine. Dr. Bcll'sPine-Tar-Hone- y Irritation, stops the cough falling. Seeing Chamberlain's Tabsoothes the kills the cold germs and does you a lets advertised I decided to try them. world of good. A 25c bottle bill more I improved rapidly." Obtainable evm than convince you it will stop your erywhere, o 3 druggists. cough. At London, July London County 1. one-eye- District Manager C. Wake of tho Cumberland Telephone & Tolograph company. I ln receipt of a communication from the general ofllce3 of the company outlining tho policy In of tho company to be pursued cases of employes In the military service. that The company announces where an employe of the company Is an enlisted man in tho state militia the under and In active service president's call, thnt he bo allowed full pay from the dato of his entry Into the military active service for a period of three full months thereafter. Subsequent to that tlnio the company will allow him the dlffct-enc- e between the salary paid to him by the government as a soldier and the salary he wrs earning at the time of his enlistment. The regulation of the company to he effective for a period of twelve months. It is also provided in the letter that absence fhom his duties while serving as a militiaman will no be taken from his tcord for continuous service as an employe of tin company. Owensboro Messenger. tete-phon- " HAItTFORD, KY. Will practice hlfl profession la Ui and adjoining counties. CotnnkrrcicJ and Criminal l'mctloy a Specialty. T. rVAIlBXTIIsTTON CriiniKcll, Ky. OTTOC! Attorney at L., ip It is n rare occurrence for a condor to y to u height of four miles. Ott 11 I illltLWwCArJlDfnlS! "ll It firsi"lnltbOiealrljj)l.,IU . countryman, r , llnrtlnnl, Ky. MAHTltt PHKCIOUS STONKS KMP1.0VKH as iu:mi:dii:s ONCB list." abound, the Ponbtua - rood Ilotelt. beat's. th i I It is said that the amethyst used STRATTON & MARTIN Attornoys at Law CROMWELL, - KY. to bo worn to promote temperance and sobriety, the chrysolite to ward off fevers, and onyx worn 'round the neck to prevent epilepsy, the opal to cure weak eyes, and the topaz to and keep the cure Inflammation wearer from sleep walking. s Will practice their profession ln UiU djotnlng counties. Collectlonr 'Commercial and Criminal 1'nictrou Prompt and vlgoro Specialty. Borvlce- - Notary ln offlco. land CASTOR IA For Infants and Children "TRe Towfcatan n refined, exclusive, and restful. Ju excel lent location on Pennsylvania; Avenue, 18th and 11 Street, makes it a deiirablc headquar Jets lor bridal couplet, tourilt jaitlfj, convention!, Schools an J I0.ETAYL0R.CE Beaver Dam, Ky. Highway and Drainage Design. Jn Use For Over 30 Years Always the Signature ollese.J ' "! 7 &&&&& --c- SKKS EX1) OK WAK. - one-eye- d, 0, rine-Tar-Hon- cy 4 Constipation and Indirection. Japanese Fortune Teller Predict"I havo used Chamberlain's TabIY.aco in February. lets and must say they are the best I have ever used for constipation and Tokyo, July l. The Japanese Indigestion. My wife also used them method of fortune telling by reading for Indigestion and they did her the signs of the zodiac is still pracgood." writes Eugene S. Knight, ticed by educated persons. The late Wilmington, X. C. Chamberlain's Prince Ito never made an Important Tablets are mild and gentle in their decision until he had consulted hi3 action. Give them a trial. You are fortune teller. A highly educated certain to be pleased with the agree- Japanese woman living ln Tokyo and able laxative effect which they pro- married to a European of good stand- m everywhere. -- copic 01 cujiurc anu education. ti croximitv to State. War ami Navy Departments, alto to many points cl historical interest. makes, this hotel especially attractive to a discriminating pub" lic.) The Powhatan""efler"room" with detached bath at J). 50, 32.00 and up. Rooms with private bath, JJ.SO, JJ.CO and up., . "Write for Iccllct with rnp( TI Thel"owhatan"atttactJ "the! DR. 0. E. HART SURGEON ULAVEK DAM, KY. Taj lor'a Livery Bar VETERINARY Olllcc Jnme.s CLIFFORD M LEWIE. JJtnsgcr, -- m iii'i)'; ' nvrtjl i. j r TnADC-MArtH- ..,.- B . tT ur I tcn.il. ...'. 'V.I..riii ror fr l THAT PAY'ln't-"tU'rotii;Lij.atu- duce. Obtainable Sp'..M fti.il . m WAXDKHS IX TIsANCK SINCE THE SAX KKANCISCO QUAKE u a AUTOMATIC UMPIRES FOR $10,000 PITCHERS The automatic umpire is an arrangement for the developing of base hall pitchers, enabling candidates for these honors by experience to acquire skill in directing tho ball on a path Of travel through what is termed the "batting zone" that Is, the space extending vertically between the batter's knee and shoulder, of a width corresponding to the width of thq. home plate. This "zone" consists of .an opening in the back of a small tooth, also equipped with a swinging panel, which, being turned to one side, reveals the figure of a r batter, while turned the left-hand- ed Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S C ASTO R A j 1 Milwaukee, Wis., July uel 1. Sam- s DOG FALLS OVKRDOARD; CAUSES LOSS OF FIVE LIVES Francisco Samuels of San "awoke" in Milwaukee, he says, after his memory had been dimmed for ten years through an injury sustained during the San Francisco earthquake. Wandering aimlessly as if lost, Samuels, who is about sixty years old, accosted a policeman at Van Buren and Brady street with tho question, "Am I in San Francisco?" When told that he was in Milwaukee from San Francisco, 2,000 miles Samuels was dubious. "I owned a clothing store in Frisco and had money," he said. "Where have I been and how have I lived all this time? I know I have to many and tramped wandered places, but until this day I did not 1 know my own name or where belonged." ' , oth-.e- Eureka, Cal., July 1. A woman passenger's dog was said to have been responsible for the capsizing of the lifeboats and loss of five lives In the surf at Bear river. According to one of the survivThe ors, the dog fell overboard. woman who owned it grabbed for the animal and la grabbing knocked ono of the oars out of the oarlock. This caused the boat to veer Into the other lifeboat and in the col- American ing was asked by friends if her method would tell when the war would end. She made her calculations carefully and announced that fighting would cease between tho eighth and ninth moons this year, but that the treaty of peace would not be actually signed until the second moon of 1917. This amounts to a prediction that there will be no great battles after the end of August or beginning of September, and that the belligerents will Initiate peace talk which will materialize Into a settlement by February of next year. iv k on JTr.nut.lt B03-B0- B PAtsiNQ liip JirQ It LOW, KnJirJil. jJ. . t "i fur FRCC rrrt m jrarV nvJc. gua. IV4iUM.Ity, nirrnrfter.il wnl wrtir wAsninoTon, Sovanth Stroot. o. to ouMa c m& GUARANTEED SERVICE Ono hundred per cent value. Special work for W. O. W. W. F. STEVENS, Hartford, Ky. R. F. D. 7. Representing Continental Marble & Granite Co. rs l LaaaaaLaLW AND WILL YOU TAKE OUR GERMINAL REMEDY A Laak TruimMil way it shows a right-hande- d, and lision both boats capsized. Mow to amid Facts You May Xot Know. The term "Yankees" Is supposed posed to have derived from a corrupt pronunciation of the word "English" by the Indians. The bridesmaid once lead the bride groom to the church, and the bridegroom's men lead the bride." peratiens , Australia can boost that It grows the tallest trees of any rooted in the soil of the British empire. Switzerland in time of peace is the country best supplied with hospitals, having nearly eighteen thousand beds, or about six to every thousand of the population. Monkey Heats Up Doj;. Skippers of inlet yachts at Atlantic City recited the details of a battle between a monkey owned by Thomas C. Hammond, a Pittsburg visitor, and a Boston bull pup which recognizes Clarence Paige, also of Pittsburg, as his master, says the Xew York Sun. Tho respective fighf-in- g qualities of the monkey and the dog were discussed by the owners during a cruise on Capt. John Dutch's yacht and when the inlet pavilion was reached on the return the battle was staged. It raged furiously for a time, with first the monkey and then the dog-ithe mastery. Finally, fearing a tragedy, Louis Hyman, proprietor of the Inlet Hotel, seized a tack ham mer and attempted to separate the Quick as a flash the belligerents. monkey snatched the hammer from the hotel man and used it with such effect that the bull pup fled. KIK KILLthe WITH Mf vp .1 for WEAK LUNGS or CONSUMPTION. FOR for that EYcryWoman Wants A quick rellelONE lrerf.MONTH fretinc. sweats, brmorcouchs, plos in chwt. nlcht shares, weak lunn or consumption, II casta yoy aolaiat. not kelp OHIO MEDICAL GO. - nu ) COLUMnUP lock bok io r. FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE Dissolved in water for douche stop pelvic catarrh, ulceration and Inflammation. Recommended by Lydia E. Pinkham Med. Co, for ten year. A healin; vronder for nasal catarrh, ore throat and tore eyes. Economical. Haa citnwwduuir I CURE the LUNGS! couch PRICK x, CT FrM. 3uc au dnnaa. or ixxmid tr Tip PalteoTiJrt Cumum, Bclca. Mtm.'J deaaMnar aid bctbucaU! rvwrr. Or. King's New Discovery IrtaJ Bottia frw AND ALL THROAT AND IUNS TROUBLES, R OljnBKEX OVCR OB YEARS' PCRICNCE h s R M -wis ,?Ol.D5 uuvino .inn. These Three Women Tell How They Escaped the Dreadful Ordeal of Surgical Operations. Hospitals are great and necessary institutions, but they should be the last resort for women who suffer with ills peculiar to their sex. Many letters on file in the Pinkham Laboratory at Lynn, Mass., prove that a great number of women after they have been recommended to submit to an operation have been made well by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Here are three such letters. All sick women should read them. II III ii'TiMw Track Maiiks CCPYFIlaHTtt Ac. Anyone widlti n sketrh and description mar dulrklr utfrrlnlii Mir opinion trea whclli'r an tiiTentlon l iirohablr toitwitaWa Comtnunlns. tlonsitrtctlrroiiUileuiUl. HwJBEoOX nntiiula ae'il Irt' tlMcut aircnrr far tveuruiir patents. Taunts taken tliroceh Itoim & to. rocelee tpttutf nolle, without clinrgo, tu lbs I OR OUABAJf TKED BAXIBFACIOJ MONEY REFUNDED. Real Designs Kettles boll more quickly If the part touching the fire is covered with soot. In Ukraine, Kussla It Is the maiden who makes the marriage propos al. Estate! Scientific JHueticatn A nsndiomelT lllnrtratxl wpetly. Irre-e- t rtr. ImirniO. Tirmi, a rotation at any rmrt lour nioiitM, fL ekiwtjrial mwadmjcrj, pnocunco amd DcrcNDCO.w,'l tr exrt trti im1 rnia rrr. lr aJvKi bow to oLutn iunu. traOa univl .aunkU,r.a, N ALL COUNTRIES. ItmtA Futlmtti Ji'rrtult Wbtiltflon taitt inwiuK i rfbuto. muHtryonaejitniirrairni. T5 llilllllllllllllltl II time. I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and was cured, and I feel better in every way. I mvo you permission to jrablish my namo III m' TUSBUll because I am so thankful that feel well inrain." -- Mrs. FjtiiD Behnke, Marinette, "Wis. Detroit Mich. "When I first tnnk T.wlln. V. T wns en run lmn Pinkham's Vetretaiilo with female troubles that I could not do anything, and our doctor said I would havo to undergo an operation. I could hardly walk without help so Mheu I read about tho Vegetablo Compound and what it had done for others I thought I would try iC I got a bottlo of Lydia K Pinkham's Vegetablo Compound and a package of Lydia E. Pinkham's Sanativo Wash and used them according to directions. They helped mo and today I am able to do all my work and I am well" Mrs. Tuos. Dwtek, 1)89 Milwaukee Ave., East, Detroit, Mich. Eellevue, Pa." 1' suffered mora than tongue can tell with terrible bearing down pains and inflammation. I tried several doctors and they all told mo tho namo 6toiy, that I nover could got well without an operation and I just dreaded tho thought of that. I also tried a good many other medicines that wero recommended to me and nono fl ol Uicm nelpcd mo until a friend advised mo to givo Lydia E. Vegetablo Compound a trial. Tho ilrst bottlo helned. I kenfc . . '. taianc jo anu now i uonx Know what it 13 to bo sick anv moro and am picking up in weight. I am 20 years old and weigh 145 pounds. It will bo tho greatest pleasure to mo if I can havo tho oppor. tunlty to recommend it to any other sulforing woman." Miss Iiienij FuoELioiiEit, 1923 Manhattan St., North Sidy, Bellovue, Pa. I "Wis. "I went to iha iWtor rind must havo an operation for a femalo trouble, and I hated to havo it dono as I had been married only a short time. I wouid havo terrihln pains and my hands and feet woro cold all tho ho told mo 1 Marinette. 'ipi!i Cnm-noiim- FARM LANDS and City Residences are now selling at a low cost, but don't expect it to be so always. If you ever expect to own to The bluencss of the sky is due your farm or your home now Is smnll particles of dust In the atmosthe time to buy. phere. WE HAVE several farms listed in New Zealand's highest waterfall, Ohio county and they can be named the Sutherland is 1,904 feet. had for reasonable prices and liberal terms. If we do not It is said that a brick house, well huve tho particular farm you constructed, will outlast one built of wo will make efforts to get granite. It for you. IF YOU want to move to Hartford Tho largest orange grove In the where our children will havo tho 2,000 world, covering an area of advantage of a good high school acres, Is In Cuba. notify us. We have houses nnd lots for sale and believe you can The bayonets used at the battle select one from vir list to your a foot longof Waterloo wero about liking. er than the modem weapons. WE HAVE a comfortable homo In Hartford, modern Improvements "Khaki" is a Hlndustlna word, deand a good garden in cultivarived from tho Persian word "Khak," tion for salo or rent. Placo meaning earth, or dust. rents for $10 a month. apMotor cars fitted with paratus are used extensively by tho Call on or nddress French Ked Cross Societies. do-si- re x-r- iu uujx uidm. est v eu Waitamiou, u. u rslont and Infrltjtmtnt Practice Exclusively. Writ or romo tu ui as 0 Kxtli ttntt, nasi CsltM f UU. yataat Ofica, I D. C. WASFMNGTON. N McCAIX PATTERNS lr,m ....I. SPj aa 'HviS9aBsVallVaVaiitailllllllllllatWaH . t,t .l..!tt.- reliability neatly 40 years, bold in nearly k every eiljr and town in the United States an Canada, or by mall direct. More sold thaa ' sjit other make. Scud lor tree catatonic. McCALIS MAGAZINE 1 More subscribers than nj othet lathlon & magazine million a month. Invaluable. Lal patterns, dressmakinr, millinery, eit styles, K flsln sewing, fancy needlework, Itairdrcssinr, M etiquette. Rood stnrlek, etc. Only 60 cents' V year (worth double), Including a Irrc pattern, f bubscrlbe today, or send lor sample copy. WOJVDEHFUI. INUUlEMUVra toARents. 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K!DNr7.Y, LIVER AND If yon would like special advice write to Lydia E. Pinklmm $Icl. Co. (confidential ),LiYmi, HI ass. Your letter will 1 oiiened, Wd gad uuswered by a wyumn and held In strict conlidcuco PhQAiEb !t is tlt ixtt iTieilidne ever ecld over'a tirussKt'c CQuattr. Iba Shop Nataa Bapartmant (20 i'ages) conUlBr I'ractlcal lllala for bhop H oric and u;a ur ltt-i laiman to do thlnna uninnd thM llnuia .miuur Mcinuici 1 17 rafteai for tna lios ana nutoiuABavtf uinawnoiiaaiomasiiiaiDaxtiUf ItaS and Talfflranh Outfit.. knirlnM. IUiuIl UbOw lita. jMrlrr. lCmid Fumituro, eto. Conulaa Iu f iructloba tor tbt. Mechanic. Oumtiar and HDOTttuian SI.SO rCR YEAR StNSLC COPItaVaVf VW tm raw lr w aiMl IraM U. nSmt tami4 win ba aaot an rwiuaat. Written So You Can Undarstand It POPULAR MECHANICS MAaAZWisef Mb. MUUOI hn AV.. CWCASU r GERMAN EMPIRE Children Cry for Fletcher's VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV'lVVi( XVVVSCOvVVNN.VVSVVi MUST BE ENTERED ONIiY MANNKK I.V WHICH AL- MRU AHMIKH CAN SKCUItK VICTOHV. WaVvcvvccccccsKxx!xNixos ' EV SO SAY LONDON PAPERS Comment of London In of Ilescrved Natuiw, on ISIk Offensive Notv On. Tito Kind. You Have Always Bought, mid. ivlilch lias been iu ii.so fqr ovor 30 years, has Lorno tho signature of and lias l)ccii inatlo under IiIh pcr- 7 sj&-F-?-jP- Ho"l suporvlslon nlnco Us Infancy. u2SYZZ4cUt. Allow no ono to deceive you In thin. " nro but All Counterfeits, Imitations and " ISxpcrlincnts that trlllo with nml endanger tho health of Jntauts and Children Expcrlcnco against Experiment. fr JiiHt-n.s-jro- od ' 3 goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphiuo nor other Narcotic flulistancc. Its ago is its guarantee It destroys "Worms nnrt allays Feverlhhness- - Tor more than thirty years it lir.H been iu constant u&o for tho relief of Constipation, riatulenry, "Wind Coli , till Tccthhifr Troubles and Dlarrhtua. It regulates tho Stomach and liowcls, assimilates tho Foot), (riving healthy and natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. Cnrtoria Is ft CASTORIA What is snhstltuto for Castor harmless OH, Pare- GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS X London, July 3. Tho London papers In their editorials dealt with the situation on the British front In somewhat reserved fashion, some of thorn pointing out that It Is not yet known whether this is really tho d "big push" or only another (elnt In greater (orco than any The of tho previous movements. Ornphlc remarks: "Our bombardment Is still being maintained along the whole front and the enemy docs not know whether wo may not at any moment rush another stretch of line. Tho necessity of sending adequnto reinforcements to cope with the situation my necessitate the Germans abandoning the enterprise ngainst long-awaite- Verdun." In Use For Over 30 Years - The Express bays: "The war has entered a fresh, and probably the last, phase. Our hopes may well be high, but our patlenco must contin- The Kind You Have Always Bought TMK CINTAUR COMPANY. NUW VOWK CITY. Stare k Pianos No Blonoy InAdrnnoc Satinfao-tio- n m bsasasw-- l anteed LoweatNet Fa o t Prioea Hat -.t A. c-- Guar The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there Is at least one nbe t0 cure n au it8 stages, and that Is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the only positive cure now known to the medical iraternity. catarrn Detng a consuiuuonai disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing Its work. The proprietors have so much faith In Its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it falls to cure. Send for list of testimonials. & CO., Toledo. O. sured." Address: F. J. CHENEY The Dally Telesraph compares tho Sold by all Druggists. 75c. Take Hall's Family Pllla for constipation. of n new offensive to the beginning a 11 Tho Dally News says: "The fact t .. " una iusi i 1. n n ffnll a If SI mean tnnt sue is not sun does not Wo cannot tell a formidable foe. what her temper may be under tho shadow of defeat whether she will fight to tho last dltch.or seek to save . voronknpo It.u ... ! i vv.t.rj" ii 111 i. iiiimmi. a .m s.iiu enough to know that tho great cur is rent of tho war has changed and that, humanly speaking, there is no power vislblo that can turn the current back Into the old channels. The end may still bo far off; we cannot tell. But today we know that victory Is as.n mat ucrmnny . 1 1 4 u,"-"i5"- ue." I Fahrenheit and tho limb Is Immersed for a tlmo so as to accustom the patient to this temperature The taps nro then turned on and the setting of the nozzles Is so arranged that tho water Is Induced to raco round and round the Injured limb, tho water meantime being gradually Increased In temperature. Tho whirling action Is somewhat rcmarkablo in its effect, for whereas tho skin After Four Tears of Discouraging could scarcely tolcrato the water Conditions, Mrs. Eallock Gave when still, it is readily ablo to bear far higher temperatures when tho Up in Despair. Husband water Is whirling. Tho skin assumes a healthy natural glow, testifying to Came to Rescue. tho reaction which is tnklng place. The treatment lasts for about 20 minutes and Immediately upon withdrawal. One result of tho water Calron, Ky.-"- m an Interesting letter treatment Is that the patient Is ablo to stand the manual massage without from this place, Mrs. Bcttie Bullock tho slightest pain, although possibly writes as follows: "I suffered for four before the immersion In the batli ho could not bear tho Injury to be years, with womanly troubles, and during When tho wound Is above this time, I could only sit up for a little touched. tho thigh. Instead of a bath being while, and could not walk anywhere at ' used the patient Is subjected to Is all. At limes, I would have severe pains treatment from a hose, which equnlly effective. The cures which in my left side. havo been wrought by water massage The doctor was called in, and his treathave proved remarkable; It has trl- -' umphed when all Other treatment ment relieved me for a while, but I was has failed. It has been Introduced j soon confined to my bed again. After Into this country as an experiment, j but doubtless the achievements re- that, nothing seemed to do me any pood. corded In France, where it Is being used upon an extensive scale, will be repeated when Its more widespread application may bo accepted as cer tain. In Paris, where the Grand Pal-- 1 als has been converted Into a huge i hospital, some 2,500 wounded soldiers, the greater proportion of whom havo been discharged from other establishments as Incurable, aro constantly under treatment Chambers journal. j $100 HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE had gotten so weak I could not and I gave up in despair. 1 i At last, my husband got me a botfltt Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I taking iL From the very at ced cos-men- fiat it was helping me. I without IM tiring me, and am doing all ir.y work." If you arc all run down from womaaljf dose, I could tell can now walk two miles Cardui, the woman's tonic. more than troubles, don't give up in despair. 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Q Send todav for our new beautifully illustrated piano hich girts you a look large amount of Information regarding pianos. This book will Interest and please you. Write today. Piano Book Frea confronting tho nlltes Is long, bloody and difficult. The people at home must steel themselves to the painful fact that tho offensive must Involve heavy losses. Tho end Is not In sight, but the thing must be fought to a finish and we shall see to it that tho sacrifices aro not In vain." The Dally Mail declares that the allies' offenslvo Is tho surest and oulckest way to victory. "Prussian ambitions." it says, "can never be broken on French or Russian soil. Unless tho allies can invade Prussia and dictate peace on Prussian soil, all the great sacrifices will have been in vain. Germany kept the horrors of war from German soil and in that fact is its great strength. We can never regard this war as won unless the avenging sword of tho nines Is thrust far Into tho heart of tho German empire." - phone poles from holes has been vented by a Chicago man. In India eyeglasses of a greenish hue have been found to afford better protection from the .sun than either blue or gray. , Tho extension of a branch of the Siberian Railway for 500 miles has opened one of the world's greatest coal fields. Those who suhecribo now, sending $2 for the 52 issues of THE COMPANION for 1915, will receire The Companion Homo Calendar FREE. not 12. More good reading than you will get in any of the monthly v magazines, SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE TKe HARTFORD REPUBLICAN AND YOUTH'S COMPANION, ONE YEAR FOR ONLY $2.75. o j BOTH For drying women's hair there has been Invented a metal comb with a hollow back, Into which a heated handful can be inserted. OUR CLUBBING RATES. Globe-Democr- . lnsom you Send for our latest complete secondhand bargain list. P. A. 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The Republican and Kentucky Farmer 1.30 A now stopper for milk bottles has The Republican and New Idea "Woman's Magazine... pouring, a a spout at one side tor 1.60 Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer valve within the device closing 'The ot air when a against the admission Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.60 held The at Twice-a-WeekOwensb- Twice-a-Wee- bottlo to which it Is attached , 13 KANSAS GlHIi LOSICS LIFK upright. DAIUNG ItOltUKU TO SHOOT Address all orders to Plasterer, Decorator and Contractor. 5 $ Lifetime oxperien.ee with best of workmen, and can give any reference desired. Call me on Hartford' $ Mill Co., 'phone, or address mo at Hartford, Ky. ; We Knock the Spots Out of Things Ladies' and Men's Garments Superior Mannor, your dartnonts and Have Send ub Them I French Dry Cleaned and Pressed In , typewriters. sons explained by Moving machine. Seven big Fifty-flv- e II II LesDeg, Wichita, Kans., July 1. A high wayman hold up a party of twelve slchtseers lu tho oil fields east of Wichita tho other night and shot to death Miss Ellen Miller and danger ously wounded Miss Dorothy Snyder. Miss Miller thought tho bandit was Joking and shouted, "Come on, kid, and shoot!" Sho walked toward him, and when bis gun pressed her breast ho llred, tho bullet entering her heart. Miss Snyder camo up to tho party as tho robber was leaving. He shot her In tho hip. The "sneezowood" tree of South America, so called becauso dust made by sawing tho wood has tho effect of snuff, never is touched by insects or worms. To prevent a ladder slipping a Cleveland man has Invented pivoted hooks to bo fastoncd to tho bottom of tho uprights which will In tho surfaco upon which tho laddor la Btandlng. on-ga- THE REPUBLICAN. NEW NOT I THE SEWING USE L! V-VER-- MACHINE OF QUALITY. CASTORIA e Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR o Pic-tur- o partments Shorthand, Book-keopln- CLEANED CLEAN Packages called (or and delivered. THE ELITE PRESSING CLUB A. Telegraphy, Stenotypy, Musis, Primary Normal. Expert teachers. Modern equipment. assured. Position Write (or catalogue. Iva Nail, Prop. - Daviess Repub- Co. HAHTFOIU), KENTUCKYSubscribe for Tbe Hartford 81.0 per ytmr. Bus. College Incorporated OWENSOORO, KY. lican Water Mnssugo latest. Ono of tho latest and most ingenious appliances for the rapid restoration of wounded soldiers Is tho "whirling" or "whirlpool" bath. In reality this Is a form of massage by water preparatory to manual Tho bath Is prepared in two forms, one for tbe legs and tho other for tbo arms. The vessels are fitted with taps controlling the admission of hot and cold water, as well aa an array of nozzles for the dis tribution ot the water. The bath Is filled with water at about 86 degrees mas-sago. Feellrlght all tho time. Don't lay oft from work for days by taking calomel keeps yof when pleasant Liv- - Ver-La- x WARRANTED on your feet, while relieving your troubtime. When You Have n Cold. easy to take. Don't If you purchase tho NEW IIOMK you will le. Safer too, and Give It attention, avoid cxposuro, anything else. You can't afford have a 11 fo asset ut the price you pay, and wlU tako Bys bo regular and careful ot your diet, uotbavoaueudlewchalnofrepaln. it Eliminates poisons, cleansesA nattern and relieves constipation. also commenco taklug Dr. King's " ural remedy, natural in its actions, Buro f Quab'ty It contains Pine- New Discovery. in its effect and certain in results. It Antiseptic Oils and Balsams. Is Tar, will won't be lone beforo Lio- - Ver-La- x Consklere4 Dr. King's New slightly laxative. completely displace calomel in ever home.v Cnildren can tako it freely an) it is the Dlscovory eases your cough, soothes with perfect safety. Every bottle guar tubes, your throat and bronchial anteed. 60c and $1 in bottles Nona Cheapest your cold, starts to clear your checks genuino without tho likeness and signa theeod w your to turo of L. K, Grimsby. For ealo by head. In a short tlmo you kuo JT. Is better. Its tho standard fam II. WILLIAMS, - Hartford, Ky, cold to buy. ily cough syrup In use ovor 40 years. tor, M you want a aewlBj Get a bottle at once. Keep It In the or latest catalogue before machine, write you purcbaae. Var ate house as a, cold, insurance. Sold at b.ak Z Tie Hw Hmm Smic Hi Co, Dong), Kiss.' b Sa, MM.' AslMtls, your druggist. NAME. ) portable topographical map that enables aviators to mako quick observations mado in flight. In tho United Marino Corps Is tho Inventor A sergeant states of a For Lazy Liver and the Troubles o Constipation. SOLD UNDER ANY OTHER HOME for all SSF1 B,4 - IN COUNTY COURT 110 YEARS AGO PRACTICE IN VOGUE AS SHOWN BY RECORDS MORE THAN CENTURY OLD. I The Breckinridge County Fair, Races and Home Coining! JULY 25, 26, 27, 28, 1916. Reorganized on a brortd basis to promote agricultural and live stock interests of the- section. Plenty of RunningTrotting and Paoing Races. Fine Slojk Show Rings, 'great Floral Hall Display. Liberal premiums on Sheep, Hogs and Cattlo. Everything clean and wholesome. No gambling devices, immoral shows or intoxicants tolerated. 8 big free attractions on elevated stage in 1'iont of grand stand. Something going all the time. No tiresome waits. Wednesday, Louisville day and Derby day. Program so balanced that every day a big day. Big automobile race first day. First day free school children's and Old Peoples day. Plenty of good Ice Water Free to all, and all the time in charge of courteous attendants. Excursion rates on railroad. All trains stop at Fair Ground gates. Send for premium list. - J November Call Court, 1800. At a1 court of Inquiry called and held at th.q Court House In Hartford on Monday, the 3rd day of Novemof ber, 1800, for the examination Ishmael Connor, charged with felony, Thomas Mosoley, Samuel Thomas Smith, BenJ. Gilbert, C. C. GIVENS, Esquires presAnthony Thomson, ent, i The prisoner appearing In of recognizance at the bar and g and all home-comebeing demanded of him whether he STRAY STREAKS. guilty or not guilty of the aid and visitors will be highly entertainwas (By Fluke McFluke.) and assistance In the horsestealing ed. About 14,000 will be given in felony charge against him, salth mid agand tho that he Is not guilty thereof. Where- premiums exhibits live stocktoand far When a poor colored fellow gets full promise be upon sundry witnesses being sworn ricultural of antidote for snake bite and curls and examined and the prisoner be- above tho average. up on the lawn, on the public square. Judge C. C. Glvens, of Madlsonville ing heard in his defence, the court on a public day, In the broiling sun upon mature,, consideration are of nnd Henderson, who has had twenty-fiv-e when It registers 110, we believe that years experience in Fair manageopinion that- - the prisoner is guilty general the city authorities should require of the said charge exhibited against ment, has been secured as manager with full power to do all some one to hold a parasol over said him and that he ought to be tried necessary to mako the Fatr a unfortunate citizen, or else removo for the same before the Circuit Court things It said citizen to a cooler place. big success. I to be held 'for the county aforesaid does not speak well for the town tit the court ,houso in Hartford on to thus fall to protect It's InhabBankrupt Notice. the second' Monday In April next; In the District Court of tho Unit itants. and the court are further of opinion that said prisoner Is bailable him- ed States for the Western District of I The Republican office now has a self in the sum of three hundred dol- Kentucky, in Bankruptcy. find printer, the boss had-tIn the matter of Vincent Smiley "petty" lars, and two good securities in the some one to take the place of our sum of ono hundred and fifty dol- Tucker, a Bankrupt. 'king, hence the selection. On this 28th day of June, A. D., lars each. rlichael Hcnnlng, Robert Cooper, 191G, on considering the petition of Tho business manager says as now Jcw.e Dunn and Elisha Chlssum ap tho aforesaid bankrupt for discharge, ho needs some one in the Editorial peared hero in discharge of their filed on the 26th day of June, A. D., Department, with the town full of recognizanco and were sworn and 1916, it Is ordered by the court that pretty school marms this week, Al examined as witnesses in behalf of a hearing be had upon the same on growing a mustache and trying to the Commonwealth against Ishmael the 16th day of September, A. D., show 30 or 40 good looking misses, Connor, charged with felony in aidi- 1916, before said court at Louisville, as he thinks, a good time, he doesn't ng- and assisting Joshua Sled in in said district, at 10 o'clock in the have much time for yielding the forenoon or as near thereto as prachorHteallng. mighty pen. Athel Anderson, Robert Cooper, ticable, and that notice thereof be Jesse Dunn, Elisha' Chlssum and published one time in The Hartford Tho grand Jury being Republican, a newspaper printed in Wijfcael Hennlug severally this week we are on our good beall known credindebted to hl3 said distrlct,,and-tha- t havior. We carry a Sunday- - School Greenup, itors and other persons in interest magazine in our left hand coat pockexcellency, Chrls'topher" Eti'iaire, Governor of Kentucky and .may appear at said time and place et most all time. Ma fjecessors' in the sura of fifty and. show cause, if any they have, povnds each., to be levied of their why the prayer of said petitionOne of Hartford's high society i respective goods and chattels, lands er should not be granted. hiking young men was discovered Witness the Honorable Walter Evand lenemcuts and td tlie said It to the train the other morning render. Yet to void up- ans, Judgo of said Court, and the with about three suit cases. We condition; that the said Athel, seal thereof, at Owensboro, In said presume that he was turning about on tli's Jlcbc-- t, Jesse, 'Elisha and Michael district, on the 28th day of June, A. thirty honest pennies, as he Is said shall and will appear here at the D 1916. to have received 10 for the last Job A. G. RONALD, Clerk. court houso in Hartford on the sec-oo-rt of like nature. M. E. DUNN, D. C. Monday in April next, and then m and there give testimony on behalf Press day, 1 p. m., and Al's gone For Sale. against of tbe Commonwealth to the College presumably to got InA 160 acre farm 4 miles east of Connor who is charged with stitute notes, but this sheet will be assisting Joshua Sled in Hartford, on the border of the oil In the U. S. malls before we lamp aiding and otha horse, the property of fields. Good dwelling, barn and will-bdetainYoung him again, not that Al Hennlng and who is com- er necessary outbuildings. MicJriei ed by any of. the 50 or 60 good lookmitted for further trial to said Cir- orchard, strawberry bed and other ing young ladies. No, it will be just carry cuit Court and ' that they, nor either pleasing features. If bonds case of one detaining inter-count- y seat pike will be near. an ordinary of them shall 'depart without the one's self. & Tinsley Barnett, icavv of said Circuit Court, then the See, or write particuabove recognizance to be void; else Hartford, Ky., for further It certainly makes old McFtuke lars. to remain in full force. feel mighty bad when ho remembcTS The court dissolved. that he is too old to jine tho army. Resolutions of Respect. Oh, how he would love to enlist and ' NOTICE TO CORRESrONDENTS. Whereas, God in his wisdom has defend about 75 miles of the borIn writiiiB your letters do not say seen fit to call from among us anoth- der preferably Canadian border. spent Sunday with er of our brothers In the person of that Mr. Mr. Blauk, or Mr. Dlank and family Knight T. S. Marks, and These Institutes are fine InstituWhereas, The members of Rough tions wherein a few fellows most untook- dinner with Mr. Guest, or Miss llolle spent the night with Miss Host- River Lodge No. 110, Knights of mercifully perpetrate their wares ess. And by no means say that Mr. Pythias, feel most keenly his loss, upon the helpless many. Some peoRomeo made his regular call at the but realize that It must bo an Inf- ple use these occasions for getting gas of 12 months achome or Miss, Juliet Sunday after- initely greater sorrow to his loved rid of pent-u- p noon, etc. Wo do not care for that. ones, and desiring to manifest our cumulation. rever-enc- o What wo want is the news. When sympathy for them, and our perpefor his memory, and to town visits pomeone from another Ed, Jim and Lem held the Instisomeone in your to.wn, or vise versa, tuate It in the archieves of this lodge, tute at tho Star Theater on and after 9 p. m., each night this week. That we are always glad to run It as a therefore Bo It Resolved, That we, his brethren in trio Is putting on some good shows nows item, but bo careful with your It Is no pleasure to re- tho fraternity, though bowed with now, crowded houses almost evory selection. grief at his lo3S, still point with tho evening. (This is not an advertisewrite and scratch your copy. finger of prldo to his record of ment.) The Editor. i knightly honor and fortitude in life's (usolliie May Fall. battle. Mayor J. C. Her went to Louisville Second. That we hereby extend Monday evening on an urgent busiWashington. July 5. Final report of the Federal Trade Commission on to the bereaved family our most sin- ness trip. Cleve was there all of its investigation into the oil situation cere Pythian sympathy and condo- Tuesday and part of .Wednesday. Yes, in the United States probably will lence. a portion of two days and saw threo Third. That a copy of these reso- base ball games. Spex sure does bo completed within two weeks. Ho lutions be spread upon tho min- know how to get rid of business al Commissioner Harris said predicted a reduction in the prico of utes of tho lodge, that a copy bo right. I Kusollno would follow tho report. Tho furnished our departed brother's HARTFORD PRESSING CLUB. investigation fa credited among Gov- family and that they bo published in Clothes cleaned and pressed. Reernment officials with a largo saving tho local papero nnd tho Kentucky guaranteod. Satisfaction pairing. to tho United States on motor fuel Pythiau. W. W. RILEY, Work called for and delivered. Shop oil. Throo months ago tho StandMcdowell a. fogle, over Ohio County Bottling Worica. ard Oil Company offered oil at 31 & E. W. FORD, ED. NALL. Pfon. 42lf cents u gallon, but the bid was reCommittee o jected. A contract has Just been PUTS ON WIFE'S WEDDING closed at 23 Vi cents a gallon. RING, THEN SLAYS HIMSELF . ! PATRONS SHAVE TIIKMSKLVES PKOSPECTfl KUIHT FOR IX NOVEL. RARI1ER SHOPS Martlnsburg. W. Va July 1. "I ItllUCiUNKIDGK CO. FAIR A barborlcss barber shop was op- am going to settle somo troublo," The Farmers Home Journal of ened recently In Chicago. In this said George Lam, aged twonty-fou- r, l,oiilsvlllo. hatf'tho- following com- now shaving parlor each patron to his wifo after taking her wedding plimentary mention of the coming shaves himself. He Is assigned to a ring and placing It on his own flngor. booth In which ho finds soap, razors, Ho kissed her and wont out into tho Fair at Hardlusburg: The pooplo of Breckinridge county, brushes, towels, powder, tollot lo- yard. A moment later sho heard tho Sho ran out and Ky are looking forward to this tions lu fact everything with which report of a gun. She was year's fair which is to bo hold at to give himself a good shave. Thoro found her husband dead. HardlnsburB. Ky-- . J"V 25, 26, 27 Is little or no waiting In this shop unable to asslgu any reason for his From act. and" 28 as tho .greatest fair over hold and no one Is eligible for tips. . tho July Popular Mechanics Magalu that section,' For Sale One Jersoy cow 6 years Great preparations are being mauo zine. . old giving about 4 gallons ot milk to make it tho banner event in thp and over a pound ot butter a day. history of the county and the greatJ"or particulars call on history of the est gathering in the FOR FLETCHER'S JAMES W. DEAR, In addition to the is predicted. fair Hartford, Ky. Glti will also bo a fair and races, it y, General Manager. J. P. O'REILLEY. Secretary. i ; C Homc-Comln- rs Bulletin No. 7 Aren't the People Entitled to Know All the Facts? The House of Representatives in appropriating $11,000,000 to build a Government armor plant, voted down a proposal that books be kept so the public could armor will cost. know exactly how much Government-mad- e Advocates of a Government plant expect to get armor cheaper. Why then refuse to look facts in the face? I v j . J ;: mil make armor for the Government cheaper than it can do it for itself and we We can and it If to prove it, If our offer to do so is to be rejected, acknowl-edtfvij-.thenjselv- es arent the people entitled product coat? to know exactly what the Government-mad- e Com-nwwesl- th That question is now before the Senate of the United States. CIIA3. M. SCHWAB. ChairaMo KUUK.IX G. UnACK. PmUrat Bethlehem Steel Company Ish-iaac- .1 si'3S e - . -- to-da- y. - baseball season nest fall. Miss POLLOCK QUITS AS HEAD OF THE MIXERS Smith, daughter of the county detective, is a popular young woman of Owensboro, Ky., Juno 30. A sen- Crafton Heights. Sho is nn euthus-isasti- c baseball fan and has attended sational turn was given the strike of 4,500 miners of District No. 23 of nearly every game played here by tho Western Kentucky United Mine the Pirates In tho last four years. Workers of America, when Robert Wagner, as an amateur, played Pollock, president of the organizabaseball with his intended bride's tion, resigned at tho district meet- rather on tho back lot of Carnegie As a result of nnd Crafton. ing here yesterday. Smith was a pitcher his resignation David Duncan, of and is just a few years older than the Central City, vice president, will be- Pirate shortstop. come president. In announcing his resignation Mr. YOUTH PREFERS MOTHER AND POVERTY TO RICHES Polock said that he had done everything he thought possible for tho San Bernardino, Cat., July 1. welfare of tho miners' union, and in months ago ho thought Choosing his mother and life future-riches-a, that three squalid tenement rather than tho time- was ripe to make an advaneducation nnd a good home, tageous contract with the operators. Harley Wright, a sixteen year old He declared that the officers had been boy, went east to New York City, accused of being unfalthfuT to tho where tho mother met him. trust imposed upon them, and that Young Wright camo here as a he thought It his duty to resign. tramp and was adopted by a local Recontly a referendum vote was couplo who had been bereaved in the taken in the district on accepting operators. loss of nn only son, and who plana proposition made by the to bestow upon him nil the affecThe miners rejected the proposition. ned meeting held hero yes- tion and attention that tholr own The district terday voted to ratify the action of child would havo received. Tho longing for his mother made the local unions. his life miserable, ho told his fostor parents, and they bado him to chooso For Halo. course, ulthough the mothor had 51 acres of farming land for sale. his swept aside hor feelings and had to L. C. 11ROWN. Apply consented to his staying in California McIIonry, Ky. whero prospects seemed so bright for Special Deputy Banking 47t4 his future. ir For Sale. OF A BIBLE lOWAN OWNER Good 120 aero tarm dn Rough THAT WAS PRINTED IN 1070 River, 3 miles west of Ilurtford. GO July 1." A. A. acres in cultivation; other GO acres ShoKleld, Ia Laurie, un employe of tho Sheffield woodland. Improved. Apply, TINSLEY & BARNETT, Pross, is tho owner of a valuable Hartford, Ky. bible printed In 1G79. Tho book was ot brought over from Scotland eighteen W. C. Sellers, who has retired as a years ago, and has been bunded down on ills mother's side ot tho rural route carrier between Sobreo family for generation after genera and Beecli Grovo after sovon yoar3 service, owns a horse that iio has tion. Mr. Laurlo prizes the book highly. driven 41,470 miles, or a dlstanco of Its reading Is of tho old stylo print, onco around and two thirds around that is, in somo places the letter "a." tho world thp second tlmei Ho has looks like tho letter "f." Ono has driven tho same horse tho past five years. Madlsonville Messenger, to study it closely to read it. Com-mUfin- OUR DEPARTING SOLDIERS. (Dedicated to Company H, 3rd Iuft., By Ethel Davis.) Soft floating on the evening air, There comes a strain, of ;uuslc raro, Tis a band playing with a gentlo, 'swell, Whllo the soldier boys bid faro-wel- l. . , Many hearts are torn with grlof, Each hopes tho parting will bo ' brief, Cheer and bid them all As to the call, to arms, they heed. God-speed, . , . ,w When they reach tho border'" burning sqnda. And begin to march o'er foreign land, We pray they'll answer the bugle's call, And to their duty one and all. We hope none ot those wo told goodbye. Will perish .beneath that Southern sky, But all will como marching homo onco morn, To be greeted through our open door. Those llttje girls who woro loft bo-hin-d,' Will bo waiting, that they'll find And no matter how lonoly and sad, They'll no'er forgot tholr soldier lad. The cannon's roar soon will ease, And over tho land thoro will bo peace, Back home they'll march again onco moro, When the victory's won and tho battles o'er. Children Ory CASTORIA Thoro comes 'again on tho evening breeze, , Tho melody ot all melodies, 'Tis the Star Spaiigied Banner, each silvery nqte rlngH, . fc m Notice to Creditors. And quick to "attention" each VETERAN HANS WAGNER bravo soldier springs. The McIIonry Deposit Bank having WILL SOON TAKE DR1DE I been placed in the hands ot the BankPittsburg, July 1. John Henry ing Commission ot Kentucky all pat- -' And there In full brilliance and glory it stands, rons having claims against said bank Wagner, the veteran Pirate short-BtoThe dearest old flag In all ot tho . become a j (now in liquidation) are notified to Is preparing to V lands, County De- present samo, properly proven, to tho blushing bridegroom. I tective John a. Smith admitted to- undersigned at McIIenry, Ky.. on or The Stars and the Stripes, "Oh Ions may it wave day that the great Hans will wed before the 6th day of July, 1016. L. C. BROWN, O'er tho land ot the free and tho Bessie Daine Smith, aged twenty-fou- r, '40t4eow home ot the brave." Special Deputy Banking Com'r. probably at tho close of the I , p,