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ALAMO MASSACRE DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Yar Ko. or-do- rly HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1916. brown soldiers, In their gaudy Jaunty uniforms, fell down and writhed a little on tho ground, and, soiled with blood and dust, lay still forev er. rangers know A band of thirty-tw- o ing well enough that they were rid ing to tholr death, hncked their way, cheering, through tho Mexican Hues in nn,t ininml tlin hnccard fichtcrs the Alamo. Ajrreed To Klglit To The last. It was March 3 when Col. Travis, In a lull of the fighting, called his garrison around him. He explained that It was hopeless nny longer to expect assistance; that tho fight was hopeless; Hint there wero two things to do. One was to haul down tho Lnno Star flag and surrender tho fortress. There wns silence at that. Tho other was to dlo defending tho Alamo. Tho faces of the defenders of the Alamo brightened and grew resolute at that. Travis drew his sword out of Us scabbard and drew u lino on the earthen floor between him and his men. "I propose to stay hero," ho said quietly, "until I am killed. All thosi' who will be with mo will come to this side of tho lino; all wlio wish to surrender wm remain ou mm FRESH IN MEMORY ACCOUNT OK GREAT SLAUGHTER OK KI011TV YEARS AGO retold: NOT A DEFENDER After LEFT .Most Heroic Defense Kvcr Known rerlmiw, None Hur- vive Ikittle. "Thermopylae hud Its messengers mil-GJk. X&U&1U-Jof dentil, hut the Alamo had none." Not n defender of the old stone mission house and fortress, which stands K today Jn San Antonio, Tex., survived to tell the story when the Alamo foil eighty years ago hoforo 4,000 I frenzied Mexicans. The hattlo cry Its origin In that lilood-tsoakthat had compound of scarred walls Aam its defenders' ashes has never side." been forgotten. mas-l10. ! Every man of the garrison crossed B,Teiy-bul- lt "Kemembcr the Alamo!" ran tho word through Texas, and Texas re- the line. Col. Howie. Inventor of tho At San Jacinto, Tex., famous knife, who was desperately membered. troops," eleven hundred of them, 111 of typhoid fever, had his cot pickshouted to ono another hoarsely. ed up and carried over. Davy Crock1 "Remember the Alamo," and men re- ett leaped over like a boy, waving membered how Davy Crockett had his coonskln cap. died, rlngod around with dead Mexi- I Tho morning of March G the Alacans, and "Jim" Dowle, and Col. mo fell. Tho Mexican army. InfurTravis; and at San Jacinto tho power iated by almost two weeks of delay of Mexico was broken forever as far caused by theso stubborn grlngoes,' I came on to storm tho convent. Field as Texas was concerned. Texas remembers the Alamo to- pieces opened breaches in tho walls. day, when rumblings and rumors of Mexican soldiers carried ladders to new bloodshed run up and down the Dlant acalnst the walls, and other I border, when the bodies of Ameri Mexicans swarmed up tho ladders. cans slaughtered on scattered ranch .Hand to hand they fought with tho ' -. . . .. "- es. In mlnlnc villages, oven on Amer Texans at mo iop oi 4t. iw nll T)llt i. thin. lean soil, cry otlt for vengeance. You tho defenders' line was alt too do not wonder that hatred of tho (Continued on Eighth Page.) Mexican burns deep In theso border -eupon tho folks, when you look back pages of their past d HEAVRIN'S COURSE bomb-prooand "remember the Alamo." TexaB, settled by hardy frontiersi -men and backwoodsmen, had revoltFULLY INDORSED ed against tho rule of Santo Anna, dictator of Mexico, and declared Itself Independent. That Independence COMMITTEE AP it won without the aid of the United REPUBLICAN PROVES ACTION ELECTING States, and the most heroic struggle A. T. HERT. of tho fight was tho Alamo. mlnna woro nlmnaf Imtncvl Inlplv visi can friends, dyestuffs which have knots. The Alamo was on old stone and fir? ble. The entrances to two bomb- - SIR ERNEST SHACKLETON WILI been so much needed in America, and Path Clear. . dobo mission house.butlt In the arly ntAAfa WAIA Kl1tlAi1 f Tl A f ll O ItimfltaQ seas has not GO SOUTH ON MISSION OP ". Approaching the capes late sat- Eighteenth century and used occa- ' Tho Ohio County Republican Ex- which tho ruler of the allowed tho great American republic unlay, Capt. Konlg found his path iI naa iq do removea. RELIEF. sionally by Spaniards and Mexicans ... ecutive Committee at its session hero to import. While England will not a lew iumuLU3 uiiur uu orueriy apparently clear. He laid to as a fort and arsenal. There, when on last Saturday unanimously adoptanybody the same right of the Santa Ana canto up with his 4,000 ov- ed tho following resolution with ref- - nllow because she rules the waves, ' Ilia ucujvb uvvuDil, uifnutci, nuiuub company, returned, reporting that ocean, until darkness fell before nearlng er COO miles of desert In February, crenco to the actions of M. L. Hcav- - wo London, July 10 (12:03 a. m.). have by means of the submarine the coast. When the- - bright half the trench had been completely lev1S3C, tho little handful of Americans, delegate from the Fourth Ken- commenced to break this rule. eled. Lieut. Dambltch, going to ob- - A Reuter dispatch from Buenos Aires.. .rln moon went down, shortly after mld- - .,,...,. on,,, no tnv na t,a ovn nmilrl S3V3 ttl&t Sir EmeSt SllftpW lfltOrL . fil-150 strong, under Col. William Trav- tucky District to the National ConI "Great Britain, cannot, however,' night, he put on nil speed and shot made their stand. It was a els, reach crater aft8r crater slx feet deep pects to start a week hence for vention in tho election of Kentucky's hinder boats such as ours .to go and n venture, from tho start, a the Virginia capes, to be member of tfie Nntlonal Committee. come as we please. Our trip passing the c&rih betw(jen bolng tQrn up ,n pnant ls,and in another attempt to hope. If Houston camo down u, . lUB 4.u.u.u.. I a wndi hJgu chQos o trencU tlmbera rescue the main body of his Aflarctie- "Resolved by the Ohio County Dover across the ocean was an un- Krcm. there more than a week before to and wire entanglements. from tho North In time rescue was j Republican Executive Committee in "The expedition. He will sail oh the When danger ap- await his coming. eventful one. what could 1C0 possible, otherwise sessI6n regularly assembled that we proached wo went below tho surface, j work of day and night for nine schooner Emma. men hope to do against 4,000? Carefully Guarded. Sir FV.inat SlmnMolnll litld tnailn do especially approve of tho action and months," says tno cnronicier, -- wa we are safe In American j Jr-There wero Mexican troops already of M. L. Heavrln, delegate to tho port, hero to return in duo course. When the vessel was released from destroyed in a few minutes. Re- two vain attempts to rescue his forready between him and tho Alamo when lato Chicago National Republican "I am not In a position to give you quarantine sho moved up the river p0rt after report arrived of bomb-t- o mer comrades, The last effort was Davy Crockett, frontiersman, hunter, Convention, ns touching and relatthe pier of the Eastern Forward- - proofs demolished by aerial torpo-in- g made ln a steamer furnished by tho regarding our trip across full soldier under Jackson and ono ttmo ing to tho election of Hon. A. T. 'the details Company, six miles away, to a does, burying the inmates. The Uruguayan Government, but the ship ocean, In view of our enemies. member of Congress, mado his way as mombor of tho National Re- - , Our boat has a displacement of i carefully guarded waiting berth. On trenches bocamo rapidly loveled; was unable to make her way through Hert , into tho fortress. From tho roof of Diibllcnn Commltteo from Kentucky. 2,000 tons and a speed of more tho way up bIio passed a dozen mer-- communication between the sections the Ice and had to return. Twenty- the old building the Americans saw and that In tho election of Mr. Hert about two men have been in an ice cave on The Wns extremely difficult. Needless to chnntmen Hying at anchor. knots. tho dust of Santa Anna's army com- wo believe tho sentiment of the dis- than fourteen quite At "Tho third Hues were so heavily Elephant Island since April 15. unarmed and first, a big Norwegian freighter, dip-- J say that wo aro ing up from tho south. ped her flag and her whole ship's ; shelled that It was Impossible to trn-- 1 that time they had only flvo weeks' Is best represented. peacoful merchantman. trict only a There woro a fow old cannon in ' company lined against tho rail, rals- - verso them. An orderly sent to a provisions. Thero aro several schoon-e- d Will Curry Mulls. tho Alamo, thirty head of beef cuttle, three rousing cheers, which wero Captain was hours under way. On ' ers named Emma, but none is "Our boats will carry across tho ninety bushels of corn. But when IN O. CLASS CHANGES with a will. With anoth-jth- e left flank the company trench ported by available shipping records FOR KY. Atlantic tho malls and save them ANNOUNCED Santa Annu sent n messenger deor Norwegian and two Dutch ships wa8 s0 obliterated that it was dlill- - ' at Buenos Aires. j from British Interruption. manding tho fort's Immediate surexchanged formal sa- - cuit to trace It. The only mean3 of " Washington, July 8. Changes In "Wo trust that tho old friendly re-- i tho submarine render Col. Travis refused promptly re-- I lutes. Sho moved closo by a num- - f progress was to dnso from crater to ! OFFICE CHANGES .MADE. Kentucky latlonbhlp with the United States and fired one of his cannon. In tho tho class of 1Y CAPITOL COMMISSION readjustment going back to tno nays oi wasning-- , her of British tramps In silence, ob- - crater fully exposed to the onemy flro camp of tho Mexicans they raised a ' suiting from tho annual effective Ju-- I ton, when It was Prussia who was served with eager Interest by the while crossing tho Intervening rldg- salaries, blood red flag, and that meant no of postmasters' Frankfort, Ky., July 8. Tho y by tho the first to help America in its fight English crews. es. Finally ho arrived, after a per-- j uartcr. Tho frontiersmen know how I ly 1, woro announced At the dock the boat hardly was i0,i nf Intense dancer, and found tho Cnpltol Commission, at a meeting to- Plnevlllo for freedom from British rule, will Department: tho Mexicans not only slow, but muti- j Postofllco nowspa- -' 0n platoon of tho compuny ln tho day, ordered tho removal of tho offl- and Marlon woro changed from third awake afresh In your beautiful and tied up before an army of lated their enemies. per men and moving, picture photog snmn pnnilitinn ns tho rleht nlatoon. ces of the Kentucky TubOTCUlOSU second-clas- s Tho depart powerful couutry. j olllces. February 23 tho slego bogan and (to place. They A number of men wero still burled In Commission, the Kentucky Library examinations "Tho houso flag of tho Doutscho raphers stormed the it continued until MorcH 0. The 'nicnt announced that Their Commission, the Kentucky Illlterac.v woro not permitted to get near tho the demolished boom-proofwill bo hold on Au- Ozean-Rhede- rl Is the old.Bromen flag Mexicans had artillery, but they for rural carriers Eddy-vlll- e, Deutschland, protected by a barbed comrades worked for hours extrlcat- -' Commission and tho Stato Historical McKlnnoy, red and whtto stripes, with tho could not bring It closo, Tho Toxas gust 12 at Cadiz, Society from tho now Capitol build- Campbellsvllle, Qrayson, Cyn- - I coat of urms of tho town the key In wire stockade and numoroua guardB, lug them. woro too skillful la picking riflemen j ing to tho old Capitol building. Tho Capt. Konlg soon appeared on Mays-vlllKlre. Surgeon Works Under Marlon, Madlsonvlllo, tho corner. This key Is tho slgn'that but off tho gunners. At ono cannon Davy thlana, "During this work, an Intrepid ofllces ot the Prison Commission, tho Taylorsvlllo, Williamsburg and wo .havo opened me gates .... .. shore and cheerfully posed before wmcii Charlta-oxyge- n Crockett picked off flvo gunners In camera. batalllon surgeon arrived with an Stato Board of Control ot Great Britain tried to shut Mpon us tho succession and the Mexicans could Howling Greon. ' and the. Fish and npparatus and stood for hours bio Institutions Tho and tho trade of the world. not oven drug It back to a safer pounder a heavy artillery fire, minister- - Game Commission will be moved gates which we opened with this key MAN CRAZED, OIL ROOM sition until after dark. The Ameri- ROHItER LOCKS CASHIER d and attempting, from tho old . Capitol to tho new HA1U XU IH'i illtt WiXUfJti Ing to tho IN VAULT, GETS $111)0 will not bo shut again. Opou, door cans threw out u thin skirmish lino I building. The Workmen's Corapou- asphyxiated. to revive those to tho trade of tho world and freedom beyond tholr fortifications and tho with-satlBoard also will bo given qf-o"The bombardment continued Lexington, Ky., July 8. Charles Jnrbalo, Kan.,' July 8. An un- of tho oceans and equal rights to all long rifles did deadly work. The aerlul torpedoes being flee room In the nowvCapltol. cessation, Rico, of Estill county, was brought Dowlo, desperately 111 of typhoid masked robber locked Kelly Mooro, nations on the oceans will be guarpresent to the Eastern Kentucky Hospital hnripi! from ranees such ob was nev- - Compensation Hoard is at Jar-bal- o anteed by Germany's victory in this fever, was constantly alert, constant- tho cashier, Into the vault of tho houBod In tho office ot the Clerk of for tho Insane hero today, a raving er before known for y and es- struggle for our existence" Stato Bank hero ly asking, whether thero was any and tho French artillery pounded ev- the Senate. r. maniac. Avoided news of succor from tho north. caped with about 1900. He ran to He is said to have been crazed by ery yard of ground with an Intense in which two men "We did not oit the entire trip an automobile There was none. wanted in Muhlenberg, McLoans who fire of big shells." of oil prospectors Day after day rifle balls and can wero seated and the car sped away como into closo proximity with any the clamors The Lieutenant describes how wel- - Lean, Daviess, Webster, Butler and r. Wo avoided them all. sought to buy the mineral rights ot City, less than thirfirst-clanon shot foil within tho lnclosure. toward Kansas real his lands, which adjoin those on come relnforcomenta wero sent that Ohio counties on good Day after day mon fell and. tholr bod- - ty miles east of here. Moore re- It was vory simple. .. , years. night, "ulte'as much to assist in dig- - estate for-was made. Son vwfl went which a rich oil strike EVnm tha Mnrlli "ies wero piled In a dark room on the leased himself ton minutes later, and W. II, PARKS, Rice Is a large Undtowner of Es- elne out' those burled aa'to contrlb-- 1' ". mo- straight through tho English cban- other citizens In a of' the old building. first floor Hartford, Ky uU to the' defense." He was leading 50tt j nel, which la alive with warships, till county. And outside very many little tor car started in pursuit. B A ed blood-staine- them to positions among the demoraland on the night of tho fourth day ized trenches when ho and5 hi we submerged and remained still all HAVOC WROUGHT wero wounded by an exploding: night on tho ground, on the bottom torpedo. They were sent to the hosof tho channel. There were lots of BY AIR TORPEDOES pital, thus missing the Infantry t (SUBMARINE LANDS cruisers near us we knew, and it was very foggy. So we thought It wise tacks. not to take any chances, and I gave tho order to submerge for tho night . EVOLUTION S K,A'T,ilXS ORIGIN AND ORDINARY MATCHES TEUTON'S UNDER HEA CRAFT IS and until there should be clearer OK OK TRENCH DAMAGE IN AL DOCKED AT HAKKIiY weather. The next morning all was LIES' DRIVE. BALTIMORE. well and wo proceeded through the The first known method of prochannel Into the Atlantic Ocean with ducing a "light" was by the out Incident. process of frictlqn, the rublng that ELUDES MEN OF WAR "Our trip has demonstrated prac - BOMB PROOFS BURIED of one dry plcco of wood against anthe big merchant submarine is other. It Is said that savages notictlcal and that It has come to stay. ed that forest fires occurred durfflg Wo expect the venture to be a great )Kllir Hurled Comrades From wind, and observation showed them Is HritlNli Blockade Hroken lty This 1111S Billy cult Wl- llllUUUlUI QUCCUS3. that It was the "sawing" of branch Ruins Great Difficulty To New German Way of Nvi- ry a cargo of 1,000 tons, and on this ; against branch that caused tho Teutons. Katlon? trip .carried 760 tons of dyestuffs,. flames. Hence the "friction" light. 11,000,000. The charges valued at The flint and steel and tinder box SIlnprnoHofi wonrl frli'tlnn nnJ that for the shipment alone will pay for July 7 (Delayed) Berlin, n eye Baltimore, July 10. Upon deliver- the cost of the Deutschland, about jmproVement was also duo to obser ' AOB n nnill HIv7 U,VUUIb ft lltn Anirln 7 Tminnli tTIlUll ing his ship's papers to the office of ?G00,000. On this trip we carried ipn vation. It was seen that the chip-'offensive Is given In dispatches from tho North German Lloyd line today, no malls, nor did we carry money or"1B"T ping of Hints for arrow heads uscn, one oi tno editors produced the Capt. Konlg, of tho submarine mer- securities. Also we came without spark8i and henco the evo. " chantman Deutschlaud, which reach- Insurance, running entirely at our "' l" of the flint, steel, and tinder "" " " ""-- i "lighter." """ "" " from own risk." ed Chesapeak Ray yesterday es near the Somme River. Bremen, Issued a formal statement After a series of attempts crude illow Deluy Occurred. The Lieutenant was wounded dur declaring his voyage across tho Atof the automatic lighter It Was learnea mat DOUl ICIt iire- th nrpnnrntnrv linmlinrHmont ' forerunners lantic had broken Englaud's rule of men with her load of about 750 tons of today came the sulphur match, but there Iong t0 w,tnesa the the seas. complete la WaS j of valuable dyestuffs, which her ?J hoJ?evet? ,ndeacribablo destruction same time the cnptaln dis owners hope to sell to American man- - aImoBt At the f pa8te,0f f11', Thf front-lin- e trenches by posed finally of the report that ho ufacturers for a fortune. At Helgo- - wr0ugl,t In the f a"h' 'ulphur'Il artm Ho Bays that the 1 a message from Emperor land she waited nine days, leaving the carried sum, positions had been re- - ' "f' ve"n1,on' William to President wuson, saying thero June 23 to plow deep beneath garded as virtually indestructible and m? there was no foundation for the the surface of the North Sea to es- - lmpregnable, Che' but the event proved story. An explosive flame wa. apo the watchful eyes of the allied tnat the progre88 ln tho deyeJpproent j The statement, typewritten on the oiocKauers. v.api. nomB iiiuiuurcu of offensive tactics since thd Soptem- - ' tZ" 1 stationery of the Deutche . . .. . . .... F...,.u . ma tttat ihn nnpnnoa nr ... .inntr riAinv nr .uer onensive .naa not .Deen reauzea. ... o .!.. O. M. B. H Bremen, an- Helgoland was to deceive the enemy, The next match was the Prome-thla- n. ..At the beginning of artillery nounced that the Deutschland was The tip of this was made of undoubtedly had heard rumora eratlons," says the Lieutenant, "the first of several submarines built of the submarine's coming. ' the "We enomy Bnowed ' Germans a new , trade, and that stopped there for very good reasons," VhmUs acid necessary, to for the thlnE ln the way of attacklnE obaer. and. the. mane nre was, witn some oi tno she would be followed by the "Ber- the captain explained with a broad vatjon balloons. An aviator swoop-- 1 paste, it in a glass bead. lin:" smile. eli down on one of these and shot' All during the night a considera,. , ,1 mjs cumnerous metnoawas auper- Tht - nmimtert for the belief in the . ...uutoi ui seded in 1832 by the friction match into uuiia tiuui uuuvc a u ble part of tho Deutschland's crew United States that, the vessel was a flame marking the end of the bal- - proper. ' It was ignited by being" had been astir and a small search weok overdue, , a misapprehension ' light played almost constantly upon that caused German embassy officials i00n drawn through folded sandpaper. Aerial Mines riay Havoc. This was a phosphorous match, and a newspaper yacht anchored near by. to fear that she had run into allied jj ..The second day8 bombardment, was conThe tug Thomas F. Tlmmpns, but a variation of the friction At- warships or fallen victim of an June or. broucht another surorlso principle. These matches were dan-- ' Ivoylug tho submarine, also kept the lantic storm in the shape of aerial mines of unh- Igerous and poisonous. yacht under close surveillance. eard-of In Open Sea. calibres, which were thrown After a time came the safety Captain's Statement. Once outside the blockading lines In Incredible numbers. The explo match, as we know it. A change in. Following Is the statement: and Into, the Atlantic, according to slon of the first air torpedo shatter - , phosphoru8 br0UBht about tho "The feubmarlno Deutschland.whlch the catftaln's story, he- - headed eu. by it treraenuous uetonanon me "safety.'- to the workers1 and' th( command, Is tho straight across I have tho honor to and and only deviated windows of the first of several submarines, built to from the course once when he saw threw up a massive pillar of black users. order of the Deutsche i.a i.n lnt A un Ann... A.n ft ltf.o an fHi naphnna n iiinHrpf! vnrrifl HTMita ' She will be G. M. B. H Bremen. of the time he sped along on the sur- - showered the whole neighborhood i UMI I ATTpMDT followed by the Bremen shortly. fno mnVin nrnnnii nurtppn kiints with roofs, bricks and earth. This IF ILL Curfto of Dyestuffs. an hour with his powerful twin Die- - was a regular Vesuvius eruption- - The RESCUE OF HIS GREW "We have brought a most valua- sel oil engines. Submerged he could t destructive effects of this unlnter-e- n at tho rate of seven and a half rupted throwing of the heaviest ble cargo of dyestuffs to our Ameri- .,...,,...., ous ! " "" "lutlon T "t 1, T ".. f Pr - Ozean-Rheder- el I op-w- ho trans-Atlant- ic call' ,... I fs Ozean-Rheder- el - r:D .:r.. I -- des-peru- to for-lol- I Ele-betw-- en e - I ' i post-olUc- es ' " to-da- i ( , j s. I o, I ... ' half-burle- on ut mine-thrower- s, to-da- Men-ofWa- r man-of-wa- ss . high-power- r ' Hartford Republican. .nterd accnrdlnir to Inw (it thu rostotflc. Hkftford. Ky., m mnll matter of th. second thru which very much of the soldier boys dolnga may como to u of tho HUGHES TO rural districts. A bill appropriating $85,000,000 to bo apportioned among tho various to aid In public road building Editor States AliMSON J. HARNETT has Just passed both houses of ConV. B. TIN8LKY,. .Business Manager gress and been approved by the Presto ident. Tho bill provides that tho GUST. Address alt communication! . States shall put up a certain sum In Tho Hartford Republican. A'ICE PRESIDENTS EVEN to obtain their portion and In order HAVE THEIR TROUBLES order to securo State aid tho counNOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS a new ties nro required to put up at loast HolMierflwra dmlrlnic tho luipre suit to BLISS TO BE TREASURER Washington, July 8. Vlco Presiaddress most glre the old address In making tba as much as Is set apart by the Stato, sV'v rwmmt. As It now dent and Mrs. Thomas R. Marshalt Is, In Kentucky. per Hoe and tc that llnlneM LocbIk jind Notice 10c consider themselves tho victims of stands Ohio county In Its voto upon Mr Hue lor rich inldltlonnl Insertion. At Confcrenco Recently. Held Cor- tough luck. A longing destro to bo Oliltuntk'H, Resolutions nnd Curd of Thnls;Bc tho road bond 'Issue last May not ' 'ixn Senelius N. Miss In their own home drove them away Berlins, money In ndriinie. only rejected State aid but National lected. Ctisrrta Xotlren for erlee free, but other aid ns well. from tho hotel quarters. Last night In other words wo reHave you the clothes to stand this Sc per line, tdrertlnenientn. they planned to spend tinder their atonymoun communications will receive no fused to spend on our roads $3.00 own vine nnd flgtrcc with n llttlt? July sun? Have you the skeleton suit, when wo would have had to pay out , Mention New York, July 12. Charles E. homo cooking by way of a treat. of our pocket only $1.00. As we sec as thin as we dare make and as thin y the I When thoy undertook to light tho TELSPHOITSO. the matter this looks like a piece of Hughes continued herd CvmVbarlaja.d. .... - 12 3 line financiering upon our part. (?) weekly conferences which he has held gas, however, It flared up an uncon-wlt- h r as you dare wear it? It weather is not CO 37vrrn.ora" 2Iifu.o.l party leaders since making trollablo torch and refused to bo so bad you have the Ills summer homo. , ncssed. kind of Today Mark Thistlothwnlte, Papers quote Candidate Wilson FRIDAY, JULY II. speech at Detroit lately as say- With Chairman Willcox, of the Re- - the Vice President's secretary, In a clothing the kind we are offering. Natloual Committee, Sena- - ed up tho gas ofTlco and was told ing that ho was unalterably opposed butting Into Mexico and Mexico's ton Penrose W. Murray Crane, May- - that tho gas man could not como to ANNOUNCEMENTS. s affairs. What we wish to know Is, or Thompson, of Chicago, and many around until next Tuesday to the nominee discussed his ten- - late the How. We are authorized to announce who butted iu when a demand was His flag be saluted, tative campaign programme. "nut I am nsklng this for the Vlco TOM SPURRIER, of Grayson county, made that a certain Indorsed Ills President," ho Insisted, advisers unanimously a candidate for Congress, from the which wasn't? Who butted in when a8 proposal to make a trip to tho Pacific "What difference does that make? Fourth District, subject to tho action Vera Cruz was occupied, some blood coast beginning early in August. take his turn with the rest." ( no can Republican primary, Saturday, shed and the occupants turned right of the After a confcrenco with Mr. . came tho saucy rejoinder. Tonight around and right out again? Who August 5, 1916. butted in when a certain Mexican Hughes, Chairman Willcox announc- - the Vice President and Mrs. Marshall government vir- ed that Cornelius N. Ullss has been are back under tho hotel roof. We are authorized to announce tho lost control of tho selected as treasurer of the National candidacy of J. H. ASHLOCK, of tually thru the acts of an adjoining neighbor? Who butted In when ban Committee to succeed George R. ShelHardin county, for the Republican Our Palm Beaches, Kool Krash and don and that Fred W. Upham, of Chi AUSTRIAN MAN 0' ammunomination for Congressman from dit Villa was furnished arms, nition, conferenced with, petted and cago, would be in charge of the WestSerges all are waiting to do their the Fourth District, subject to the ern end of the work. Mr. Upham's WAR GETS BUSY action of the primary election Sat- rubbed until the fur became slick? share in keeping you cool. And then Who butted in when Carranza be- headquarter will be In Chicago. Mr. urday, August 5, 191C. came the whole cheese south of tho Bliss is the sen of the late Cornelius we have host of accessories, such as N. Bliss, who was treasurer of tho We are authorized to announce the Rio Grande? And we wish to know during the campaign FOUR IF NOT FIVE BRITISH AH- Sammy's soldiers committee who butted in when Negligee Shirts, Straw Hats, Wash Ties, candidacy of HON. JOHN P. MORED PATROLS SENT TO which resulted In Theodore Rooseof Breckinridge county, for were sent hundreds of miles Into Thin Underwear, Etc. THE IIOTTOM. velt's election. the Republican nomination for Con- Mexican territory, many of whom Invited To Chicago. spilled their gore upon the cactu3 gressman from the Fourth District. Mayor Thompson, of Chicago, In Subject to tho primary election Sat- dotted deserts and will never return. Bertfn, Juty ll (by wireless to We notice further down in said vited Mr. Hughes to open at Chicaurday, August 5, 1916. . The Xustrinn Admiralty anspeech that Mr. Wilson stated: "Tho go the speechraaking on the proposed was nounced y way to establish our sovereignty is Western trip. The invitation that an Austrian . We are authorized to announce the to respect Mexico's." We thought taken under advisement and the in cruiser had suuti four or five British cahdldacy of A. D. KIRK for the Rehad been dications are that it will be accepted. armored patrof boats. Only nine publican nomination for county at- that our sovereignty ago; that It had Mr. Hughes told Mayor Thompson men frora the Brttlsh vessels were torney of Ohio county. Subject to established long that he would try to arrange fo speak rescued. tho action of the Primary Election", been bought and paid for by the In Chicago early fn August. The announcement follows more Yes, blood of our 3alsrday, August 5, 1916. Mayor Thompson was asked as to "Our cruSior NoTra met a group thau'Once, tho we are awaro that our sovereignty has lately been question- the truth of reports that he came of four, or according to the declara here to protest to the nominee tions of prisoners, Ave British ar Tv'ir don't the bald headed men ed to some extent. When a to suppress the fly Jokes? butterin forgets that he has been against the appointment of Harold mored patrol boats cnt Otrasto road nrconr'on.A.'rED Illi(at ther lower eud of the Adriatic) short of his antlers he would do L. Ickes, Progressive leader of nois, to the Campaign Committee. Ail of the patrol boats were destroyThe abundant rains which have well to pick out a soft place, because 'T am for anybody whose appoint ed by artillery Sre. All the steamfallen throughout this section this there is going" to be quite a rebound ment will help elect Mr. Hughes," fw ers sank In flames, three of them afWfck nay. done wonders to the and stars Intended Tor tho butted said. "I think we should all get to- ter the etploslom of tlwlr hollers .growing cwp. may be seen only by the butter. gether," -- c The Novara was able to rescue only Penrose Sees Hughes. of CJjo Democrats appear to nine members of tho British crews." Senator Penrose had a long talk )C 'ive that AIr. Wilson Tho Novara is a .icout cruiser of will again REPUBLICAN EXECUTIVE chanco poor old FTabo over has glt-tlSTRAY STREAKS. with the nominee, at the conclusion, tons dtaplacerar.nu She had figbo t 'tiiKwafuJ .M,his fall, but we tell uv his share of that air Burd go- -. of which 5fr. Penrose said lie was engagements In ured In you i. Vnt now, ,rtot on oar whiskers. Wiser. Ylsterdy we picked up nigh (By Fluke- - MoFluke.) MEETS Ing to take his "coat oft and go to AMriattc. sevtral Strait of Ownnto the COMMITTEE Is Tae on to a half dozen or so of them bot-t- el '' will you work." between the heel of Italy and the tops which wo traded to a boy-fe- r I notice by tho fashion papurs that Mr. Hugfies' suggestion that tho Albanian coast connecting tJuv With o.'d JuiOfo and the Bull an ovenln post, that was all wo some of those higfi. society, aristoc- gut too. Moose draw '" clojWr together it's ENTHUSIASTIC SESSION IS- HEM) notification ceremony bo held In this and Ionian seas city lias been received with a divisratic bathing filrls at least wear good night to i'"5 Dem'o sratlc donkey. QUITE A LOT Of BUSIClear Skin Coiiich Fooiu'WhMiu smiley.. ion aC oplnloft. by hfe advisers. Cltalr-ma- n NESS DONE. The pressure w.'H Great and Xntii-irniHlidatco Certified. y It Is foolish to think you can gain Willcox told the nominee the denkey smasl'ted. State of Kentucky,) ceremony would a good clear complexion, by tile use that Be thought the Out of Hartford's citizens had a better be held at Brfdgehampton and of face powder. Get at tiie mot of stack of hay take a crazy notion as County of Ohio, )Sct , If President Wilson do '' The Ohio; County RepublMtoi same view. If tho (rouble and thoroughly cleanse though It was going to topple over Into the Carranza gaijr with another Committee met here oir last others have taken the I. W. C. Wankenslilji, Clerk of tho of those 42 centln;ter. m es antl Saturday, at whicji meotlng quite a Mr. Hughes sees Chairman Harding, the system with a treatment ml Dr. last Sunday morning Just at Sunday County Court .one for tho County and King's New Life- Pills. Gentle and Schoob time. It Is said that about a Committee n wl" Ithp said Carranza a'drai itfstTatiit bit of business was transacted. of tho JSbtiflcatfon' State aforesaid, do hereby certify e as he hopes' to, tho question mild in action, do not grfpo, yet they dozen would-b- e 9 Suuduy School goers committee-delegatestop bhootlng Wilson wAlr tho Among other things tho definitely settftd relieve the liver by their action on embraced the opportunity of lending that tho following is a true and comsquirt gun notes loaded wit.li . Den" full power und authori- probably will be plete list of the candidates certified the bowels. Good for young, adults a helping' band In straightening this to a ty to tho Chairman and Secretary of then. per Juice, we will perh.cqs. tiuvro? ma by C. Tanner, chairman of and aged. Go after a clear complexFrederick hay stack up, and missing Sunday bo voted the Secretary of Stato, to piece of peace. the Executive Committee to select or for at tho regular August - ion today. Republican Corn1 School'. 25c at your druggist. appoint a Campaign Chairman and the Now York State 5th, 19 1C, primary election to bo " New York is having a daUle wlifi After due consultation Committee. held tin Ohio county, Kentucky; thal" I was just wondering if any suckinfantile paralysis. The dfeattiSifl I Willi tho nnm npecot tho AUKUSt LTI-- 1 IT HAPPENS IN EVEHY' T0WNL said list of names were certified to get tangled up In the garb ers ever disease has taken some 4l mrairts " nlary flUed aU vacanclea on sad Ex- me as being candidates for tho Re::: of thoHo bathing girls. tho past few days. Other Urgcoilttos ccutlve Committee occasioned by re- publican nomination for Congress country report a; throughout the m.oval and failure to hold electiiins from tho Fourth Kentucky District, We- - spoke last week about the This largely fatal disease i8 Aa the date appointed last Spring. viz: mustacllo Al Is attempting to grow easily scattered, therefore liard' tl lio unanimously William Ilobson, of Campbellsvillo The Committee and believe mo It is some mustache. Kentucky. stamp out. Another reason why w- - adopted a resolution endorsing tho Yes, it is oven being, talked of and up our premis should at once clean W. Fletcher Nichols, of Munford-vlll- e, actions of Hon. W. L. Heavrin, delb-cat- o Inquired about In other States. We es to the Chlca'o Republican Na Kentucky. noticed a card this morning from a if with reference to Thomas Spurrier, of Caneyvlllo, of typhoid' fever tlonal Convention young lady iu anothor statu which With tho season Kentucky. his action in the election of Hon. A. espcrially asked how the mustache and other ailments usual in tiie hot as National Comraltteenam J. II. Ashlock, of Glcndnlo, Kenupon us, every citizen T. Hert months, now was coming, also requesting a picKentucky. tucky. of Hartford bhould get busy ih re- from . ture of suld inustacho when It was John P. Haswell, Jr., of Hardlns-bur- g, moving all refuse matter of every full grown. Think Al ought to use Kentucky. Mr. LIUcils (JUjii Appointment. son-- . sort of hair tonic oil his upper sort from their promises. B no I further certify that the foregoing Notice has been Tecolved by Mr decaying vegetalip. means do not allow G II. Likens of ui3 appotntment as and no others were certified from any tion He, In which lurks tho cause of special attorney- - irr the U. S. sourco whatover. perhaps many u much sickness and Life's MjNteilc. with headepmrtors in WashGlvou umlur my hand, this the Yes, this redeaths, to lie around. When speaking of tho big guys Mr. Likens will assume 13th day of July, 191G. ways, It breads and ington City. or aristocrats, you say Hon. so and fuse lies In two W. C. BLANKKNSHIP, duties of th nifico just as aoon Boulo- so has taken a houso on conceals disoaso, suffering und oflun tl. C. O. C. C. ho can arrange his business afan up. leuth. Let's clean vurd or that tho said t.a and ho bus away. He an fairs here and Court, or pur-hutaken n cottuge on Taking lilt; CThiiii'e-s- . Aftir the manufacturers of tills nounces that hltt family will return Lako side, and It will bo on LiIt Is n great risk to travel two to and resldo in Hartford. Mr had practically countiy have then you say John Jones or Bill a bottle of Chumborlaln''i Colic, Cholkens is well qualified for tho potd- years of fat profits In tho manufacSmith has routed and moved Into n era numerous-his and DIarihoea Remedy, ns this ture and sale of war munitions, nnd tion and we Join houso on Market St. or Into a house preparation cannot ho .- j in congratulationson obtained it looks Just a bit like somathlng frionds hero neighborhood. Iu Poor Ridge the trains or steamships. Attacks happen at an oarly date to Hartford Horalrf.. might Our wlfo's been raising the A. M. . of bowel complaints aro often sudstp the war and last but by no Eaglo foa a Ford Automobile since Ice Cream Supper. den nnd very sovoro, and evoryono on tho ove of the ProsI-lontlmeans loast I told her that no one nover even ObThe ladles or Bethel church will election, tho Democrats pro riding In a Ford tho should kq. Prepared for them saw a iramp supper at Edward's m tainable everywhere. pone to lay a special tax on tho hate- give an Ico cream subject Just dropped. schoolhouso on: Saturday ulght. July ful (?) war inuitltlqns manufacture's Proceeds to go for benefit of $100 Reward, $100 profit. Why huvo thoy waited until 22d. We liavn't luspoctod tho Doutsch-lau- d paper will bo The see this ftho church. Bturybody invited. 2t2 j.tst boforo the oloctlon to yet und as a matter of strict pleasedreaders of this to team that tlieru Is at least ona dreaded disease thut science has been light? now neutrality propose reserving our able to cure In all Its sluKes, and that is AdniijilstrutrW Notice. Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Curn li tlm nnlv LouisAll persons having claims against no<tve cure now knnwn in thA mAiUml . ........--.-.-- -. To road a nnjorlty of tho sol bIio may bo until we talk tho mat- - iratermty. uaiarrn being a,w O. C. Tayconstitutional requires a constitutional treat ville dally papers, one would hardly tho estate of the Re. Al, who 13 spending a disease, Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Intor over with to hereby ment.. think that Kentucky had more than lor, deceased, aro me for notified ternally, acting directly upon the blood month In Ashland this week. a settleand mucous surfaces of the system, thereregiment In tho National Guard, present same to one by destroying the foundation of the disWo do not grum-bi- o ment, properly proven as required by yet wo have three. giving tho patient strength by Judge Wilson says, sayB he, I won-.lo- i. ease andup the constitution and assisting building there Is so much said law, wlthtn sixty days from this date, because ivlmt Tnlin Allnn will break next. nuiuro in aoing us worK. The DroDrletors Ml auppoie, Mr. Brown, with a small car Ilk problem doean't that tha gat my home near Boll'ti Run, in Ohio I have so much faith In Its curative pow about the Frfat, but wo do think that at worry you." ers that they ofter One Hundred Dollar, readers are en- county, Kentucky. "No, not at all, only when my wlfa'a aliUr, Mri. Jabborly, aita In the front the that It nr with thn water cooler, ico and &c.' 19? list of testimonials.fall to cure. n Bend . " lor ' This July 14th, 191C. . eat with ma." titled to. hear a bit moro of the SecA.drtss: F. J. CUENBT ft CO., ToLao, O.V in the back room witn mat now priu-- r Rehia in New York World. AMERICA P. TAYLOR, Bold by all Drut fist., Tto. V Third and tho Louisville ond" and of ours, A. Petty, it's a darn poor Iko flail's ramtlr fills for constlpatlsa. Administratrix. only channel 2t3 the n. of Stato of Massachusetts; R. K. Otis, president of the Chicago Hughes AN llanco; Eugcno R. Pike, City ConWESTERN COAST troller of Chicago, nnd W. J. Norton, of Chicago, were among tho day's callers. Mr. Hughes went for an automobile ride and will re EX. JUSTICE PLANS TO TO HTAUT turn afternoon to Bridge-hamptoIN AUWESTERN TRIP TOM mltteo; Albort P. Langtry, Secretary CLOTHES For Hot Daysl it !t Well, Well, But It's Hot! if right rcgu-other- Come and See How Cool We Can Make You. a HAS-WEL- L, Sa-vlll- Come and let us us cool you off. to-da- Your purse will hardly know it. fore-father- s. orfc-art- .e Carson Si Co. Hartford, Ky. 3,-3'- u' M Ad-rtx- - uji-tc- t' s tn-da- s"t M-tl- j ve - few-case- Cav-onune- it wit-hou- " , I . "-- ... ?e tallies constitute ATTENTION! stnrtcd a donation fund, raising quite a nice little sum for Mr. and Mrs. Taylor. Mrs. EfW. Cooper and little daughter, Ann, of Nashville, Tenn., nrrlvcd In Ilnrtford yestcrdny to visit Mrs. Cooper's mother, Mrs. C. M. Barnett. Mrs. Inez" cfrf(nnHou8ton, Tex., and Mrs. II. II. Gillespie, city, arc spending about two weeks In Rock-por- t, Ky,, visiting their sister, Mrs. M. J. Held. Mr. John Millard, wife and children, have returned to their homo In East St. Louis, III., after spending a week with Mr. F. D. Sullcnger and family. Sheriff keown "convened" Joe Early to Kddyvllle Just Tuesday. Early goes to servo a term of from one to two years In the penitentiary for liouso breaking. Sam Davison Tccently qualified In County Court as Administrator of the estate of Joe Petty, deceased. This being the only order enterod In County Court since last Friday, It was nuounccIfraln Washington this week that Otho DftStcr had been appointed Post Master at Heaver Dam and E. E. Rlrkhead had been appointed dispenser of the malls at H CO. NOW IDLE AT FORT THOMAS MEMBERS COMPLAINING! OF TOO LITTLE WORK ANXIOUS TO MOVE. Time Yet! want to remind you that you have yet two days more to avail yourself of the fine bargains wc arc giving to the public in our VVc Fordsville Planing Mill Co. Is, making sweeping reductions in prices GET 2ND SHOT IN ARM First for July and August on Rubber .More Troublesome Than Tho Was .Second Vaccine Treat- Roof- ing, Wire Fence, Screen Doors, Screen Wire Cloth, Screen Door Fixtures, Glass, ment. July Clearance Sale Many have attended, and arc attending, which shows their appre- ciation of the Merchandise wc arc giving them. If you have not been, remember the two remaining days BE WISE, USE THEM, and you will have no occasion to regret the time spent in our store. Also re- Hartford. Mrs. A."T5oodin and children, of Charleston, Mo are here visiting Mra. Gfludln's father and mother, Capt. and Mrs. S. K. Cox and Other relatives. They will remain here for some time. Mayor J. C. Her wont to see hjs sister, Mrs. Blanche Jones, of Ceral-vKy., Thursday. Mrs. Jones ha3 been 111 of typhoid fever for some threo weeks. It is thought that she is doing very well at present. Mrs. E. E. Hlrkhead Is in Owens-bor- o In hospital, whero she underwent an operation. While the operation was rather dlllicult and required a very great length of time, yet at press hour sho was reported to be doing nicely. Rough "River Lodge No. 110, K. of P., held an Interesting convention last Tuesday night. Officers for the ensuing term were installed, several report received and much business of general importance to the lodge was transacted. Editors Heber Matthews, of the Herald and Allison Harnett, of The Republican, are at Ashland, Ky., In ' attendance at the annual meeting of the Kentucky Press Association, in session there- for four days this week. Hartford Herald. S. O. Keown Is now In possession of your tax bill for the year 1916 anfl Is smilingly awaiting tho first oppor tunlty to turn tho same over to you on the least provocation, at cents on the dollar. Sam says that they will bring more than par later on. John Allen, elder sou of Judge and Mrs. John B. Wilson, city, while playing tennis last Saturday afternoon In a strange manner broke the We front bone in one ot his legs. are told that tho rracture was not caused by a fall at all, which Is rather strange. The broken bone was successfully set and he Is doing nicely. o, one-hundr- member that It Pays To Trade With a House That Saves You Money. 1&$z&1$Go1 IVWWMHM Hartford Republican. FIUD.W, JULY 14. 1 Mr John T. Moore, of Elizabeth-towKy., visited relatives here Sat- n, II. & ST. No. 113 due No No TABLE l. n. n. TIME 32 p. m, S: at Ellmltch 110 due at Ellmltch 7 :30 3 :40 112 Lv. Ellmltch Ar. Irvlngton . G: 35 Lv. Irvlngton . 5: CC .. a. ni p. m P P Ar. Louisville No. 111 Lv. Louisville Ar. Irvlngton Lv. Irvlngton Ar. Ellmltch . conE. "Ewan, construction ..10 :40 a. m. tractor on the Allison Haynes, et al., . l: 04 p. in. public ditch, was here on business Tuesday. llcr'H Grocery Ciihli Sale for Friday K. R. II. TIME TABLE. M., II. Mrs. Dan Aultmlre, Carrier Mills, and Saturday, July 1 1 ami IB. South Bound, No. 11G 111., Mrs. J. C. Bennett and daughter, 100-lb- s. $8.10 Cano Sugar 8:45 a. m, Due at Hartford Gladys, city, gave us a pleasant call $1.00 Cano Sugar North I3ound, No. 114 , yesterday. $7.15 1 can puro Hog Lard 5:55 p. m, Due nt Hartford Mrs. Wtlhelmcna Fehr, of Cannel-to- 1 doz. cans Pink Salmon $1.00 (Both "Mixed Trains.) Ind., Is hero to spend the sum- 3 cans Oysters -- " mer with her daughter, Mrs. W. C. I5e Good Green Tea 30e See Acton Bros, for Blndor Twine. Schlemmer. Black Tea . . . . 7 Tles 55c Ltndey7of Point Miss Willie 35c Coffee can bo Hay 35c 25c Coffee 2t2 Plcabant, returned to her home on at Acton Bros. had 75e spending a week 20c Coffee Esq. J. L. Patton,of Ralph, was Wednesday after 25c 8 bars Swift Pride Soap here with friends. Vcre last Tuesday. "OMiss Ponplo Nalirwtio" has been 15 bars Lenox Soap Mrs. EdrHimeTamTchlldreu are 50e an Infirmary In Loulsvlllo for somo tis bars Cleancasy Soap in visiting at Stroud, Ky. 25c time past, Is thought to bo but llttlo 4 doz. 10c can rubbers Swift's FremiiTm'Goods at Moore's If any Improved. $2.10 100-lb- s. Hen Feed 52t3 zen Meat Market. None better Keg Soda goats. ApWmilcfl Hair-dovisiting is Miss 'Mildred Elgin bring tho 1 bbl. First Grade Flour . . . .$0.00 ply at this olllco, but don't puro ground Black Pepper 30c friends and relatives here. I goats until we put you in touch, with 7 sacks Salt ' Fresh and Curod McntB and Family the party desiring them. .Wc 7 10c rolls Toilet Paper Groceries nt Moore's Meat Market Mr. II. L. Carlerrof Narrows, was 1 ijt. Grape Julco Mrs. Vernoii CFowder, of Horse here yesterday on buslnebs. Mr. lSc Lemons . . . . Branch, is visiting Mrs. Eck Hudson, Carter reports lino rains, and crop 2 doz. Oranges 30 1 doz. city. prospects splendid in his section. ls' 2 boxes Oatmeal Messrs. "jTW. and Claude Baker, Sheriff and Mrs. S.or Keown and i n Kmwii. wife and child WM. MAY'S FAMILY of Render, were here on buslnws ro. Monday. HAVE A REUNION spent Sunday with Mr. G. II. Roberts Jailer W. P. Mldklff nnd daughter, and family of Shrove. Tho children and grand children Vera, are nt Dawson Springs, Ky., Mrs. A.'wrBennotfwlineave hero having a for aweek. Sunday for Oklahoma City, Okla., of tho late Wm. May are Sunnydale, la where sho will remain until about reunion at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. V.A. Clark, of A. M. Harnett, of near Hartford. visiting the family of Mr. U. S. Car- the first of September. ' Those present nro; Mr- - A. A. May, son, Hartford. Until July 22nd Acton Bros, will wire and sons, Will Ellis and Bannon Mr. W. "AT Morris, of Hartford IX. sell their 4 Burner Now Process Oil Davis, of Knoxvlllo, Tenn.; Mrs. C. 3, went to Evansvllle Thursday on Stove, complete, for only $18.00, tho W. Harris and Miss Mlttlo May, of A nice reduca business trip. 3 Burner for $14.00. St. Cloud, Fla.s Win. Bascom May, -- lnch 2t2 Champaign, Hl-- i MIBB Melissa May of tion. LOST "Small pin, about in d'lamoter, with elk's head In cenJudge D. H. French, of Lagrange, Atlanta, Ga.; Wulter D. May, wife Klr- ter. Apply at this office. Ky., was In Hurtford Monday after- and children. Amelia and Walter J."C7"H"eliiiett,"Eiuallty, will noon and Tuesday morning. Wo tin ' by, of Momphls, Tenn.; Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. visit her daughter, Mrs. A, W. Beu-no- j dorstood that Judge French camo A. M. Barnett and children, Noriuo Roby and down to look after some legal busi- Harris, Amelia May, Helen and keeps tho best and ness and found court adjourned whon ert Emmltt. D. II. Ttchenor. Alter spending the wook ending coldest of cold drinks for theso hot ho arrived. with July 10th tho various members bo cooled. days. See him and During tho Teachers Institute hero of nbovo family will leave for tholr Mrs. John T. Moore and daugh- last week the home of Mr. and Mrs. homes. Dodo Taylor wus destroyed by llro ters returned to their homo In Ky , after spending a week and tho teachers, truo to tho spirit Call on Tho Republican For Flue of Ohio county pedagogues, at once Job Printing. or more hero, . 7 :40 P 8 :35 a, ..10: :0C a. .. urday and Sunday. Mr. John H. uarties, cashier of the Beaver Dam Deposit Bank, was In Hartford Tuesday on business. Mr. D. bTSchroader, ofLouisvlllc; 1b spending a week with friends and relatives In Hartford and vicinity. There v7iirbemovlng pictures at the opera house In Beaver Dam every Thursday and Saturday nights. Patho service. W. m. 12-tb- s. n, b. b. Forks-and"Rale- I !" b. '- c I tt, ElUa-bothtow- n, Company H continues to wonder, worry and fret over the long delay In getting on the road to the border. Not that they want to be rushed off to the bands under derby hats nnd in blue serge trousers but rather a sense of indignant exasperation at the seeming slowness with which this great country of ours Is furnishing equipment. And the worst feature of It Is that we can offer no criticism when we consider the miles of red tape It takes to rotiko a step. What we can't see Is why. with all the re sources of this wonderfully rich na tion, completet lighting machines can't be had for the mere handful of National Guardsmen and be had at once. The men are being held here at Fort Thomas and will be kept do ing nothing for days yet and all that has been accomplished, so far, is the making out of the muster-I- n rolls. Only a part of the physical examinaAlmost tion has been completed. nothing toward developing the var ious elements of an army into fighting units has been done. There are numbers of men In the various commands who have been transported to the mobilization camp and held under arms nearly twenty days, at an approximate cost of fiftyt dollars per man, who can not execute right and left face correctly. Furthermore, a large per cent of them will be rejected In the physical examination and sent home again without doing more than showing that they are of tho patriotic strain and are willing. The second shot In the arm was This time ft given on Thursday. wasn't so funny. Several Company H men were considerably under the weather the day after. A drowsy aching sensation all over the body is tho effect described by all. And the worst of It was, we went on guard and tho tliat evening nt men had to walk post for two hour stretches with all that aching sensation and those swollen shoulders. It was tough at the time but by now all that Is forgotten and almost every man feels perfectly well and fit for duty. The good humor displayed by the men In general Is a feature of the stay In quarters. Sunday the grounds swarmed with visitors from Newport, Covington and At retreat all of the Cincinnati. company commanders seemed to bo afraid to take their men out on the parade grounds for drill on account of the thousands of eyes which were eager to see some action. Co. H took the field and gave the crowd a treat by executing some difficult movements with a snap and swing which received applause' from both citizens and Idle soldiers. So many of tho companies of the First Regiment having lost about thirty per cent of their men In tho physical examination we were anxiously waiting to see what the aver-ag- o was going to bo In tho Third. Up to the present tlmo three or four companies in the Third have pasbed the test and lost very few and we arc Those of Co. somewhat reassured. II who have reason to think they may bo rejected still have hope; .those who are reabonably certain to pass want tho thing over with Just as soon as possible so that nothing but red tapo may separate them from the cynosure of all their eyes the border. It Is absolutely certain that a fow men of II Company will be denied Uio apple of their eye, so the folks at homo may as well prepare to offer condolences to tho heavy hearted patriots who will soon return with no hope. Tho test Is very rigid nnd no favorites are played in this examination. The writer Is enclosing a letter from Mr. C. A. Denny, of Greenville, wlio Is tho father of Private Lewis A. Denny, to Capt. DeWecse. This letter, w think, Is an example of truo patriotism In tho highest sense of tho word and we hope the editor may make such use of it as will bring out ts thought and purpose of The following Is tho muster-rol- l Co. H, 3rd K. N. a. When tho new equipment and uniforms are issued to theso men they are going to present an appearance which It would do tho people of Ohio county good to look upon. They are going to bo They already outshlno soldiers. moat of the companies presont: Captain James M. DoWeeso. 1st Lieut. Clarenco n. SIkjwii 2nd Lieut Beo Osborno (to be flve-thlr- ty Paints, Varnishes, Varnish Stains, ers' Hardware, etc. Build- Many Bargains. Fordsville Planing Mill Company (Incorporated.) Jake Wilson. Vlgr. FORDSVILLE, KY. transferred and vacancy filled from swiftly running water, which came considerably abovo tho buggy seat, ranks). the horse and conveyance were wash1st Scrgt. W. C. LIlcs. Q. M. Sergt. A. K. Anderson. Sergt. Walter D. Gray, E. L. Barnett, Marvin Hoover, " Chas. M. Hawkins. Corp'l. Chas. F. Leisure, Otis Clark, " John J. Glenn, " Gil more Keown, " Rowan H. Raley, " Rollle Johnson, " Forest Hudson. Cook Noah L. Rowe, " Pete. Norman. Artificer Willie Wakeland. Musician Nicholas B. Hazelrigg, " Cooke Hayes. " " ed around and shaken up very much. Mr. Browder succeeded in getting the horse and buggy safely landed with only the loss of his hand bag and probably a few other foose articles which were in the buggy. Acton Bros. Special Cash Sale For To-da- y 100-lb- s. 12-Ib- and July 14 und in. Granulated Sugar. .. .$8.15 Privates t TJV 1 Allen, Ira, Aldrldge, Vernon W. Arnold, Plrtle Barnard, Claude Baxley, Chas. C. Brown, Haden Carson, Rosco S. Chancellor, Alva C. Colburn, Otis ' Crahan, Joo yC Curtis, Arvln B. o- Daffron, James Notice Cut Your'AVceds. Duke, Claude Pursuant to an ordinance '.regularDenny, Lewis A. ly adopted by tho Hartford City Ferguson, John W. T Council, notice Is hereby given to Fletcher, Sidney property owners and tenants to clear .? Foster, Chester B. ' their premises and side walks of all Glenn, Howard Veeds and other rubbish within tho Gray, Clarence M. j? h next ten days. By order of the City Gray, Ollle Council. liauey, ucan f HOOKER WILLIAMS, Hamlett, Edwin H. ' ', City Marshal. Harris, Jesse It b. b. --- Granulated Sugar $1.00 1 can best Lard .$7.25 1 doz. cans Salmons $1.00 ; . 25c 3 cans Oysters 2 cans Corn 15c 2- - cans '. 15c 10c Peaches best Green Tea i 55c 40c Mixed Tea 30c 35c Coffee 20c 25c Coffee 35c 20c Coffee 8 bars Swift Pride Soap 25c .25c 7 bars Lenox Soap..'- -. gal. Fruit Jars 75c 1 doz. : 00c 1 doz. quart Fruit Jars 2 doz. 10c Can Rubbers. . ..... . 15c 1 bbl. Swans Down Tlour $0.30 100-rb- s. $2.15 Chicken Feed s. b. .Havens, uiauue & Holbrook, Wm. B. Hurt, Chas. B. S , Hurt, Mack B. Igleheart, Lum S. Johnson, Charlie W. Jones,. Eura W. r King, Chas. E. Leach, Charlie Leisure, Arvln W. Logsdon, Kit McCracken, Colby M. McDaniel, Oscar L. Minton, Arthur Morris, Albert Morris, Herman Paris, Alton Peach, Alvln Peach, Everett Peach, Leland ' Render, Lloyd Selbert, Wm. II. St. Clair, Wava . Stewart, Warren Tanner, Charlie II. Vineyard, Columbus W. Wallace, Omar T. White, Leslie Whltehouse, Ben H. Wilson, Moso Wlmsntt, Douglas Wimsatt, Edward P. 7 J New recruits Davenport, Lester , Halm, John E. Hammond, James G, Hoops, Alvln J. Maddox, Otis Payton, Walter Cobb, Edgar II. Green, Everett Owens, Edward. There's one other thing we have forgotten to mention and that is tho mail from home which Is a source of Joy and pleaburo to tho boys. Don't neglect to address letters or other mall plainly in care of Co. II. 3rd Regt., K. N. G., Fort Thomas, K. Mako tho "11" plain. , Narrow K.aiM. Farm demonstrator W. W. Brow-do- r came near having a serious accident last Wednesday morning while crossing Slaty Crook, near Prentls, this county. The previous heavy rains had swollon tho stroam to a depth far beyond Mr. Browder's Wheu ho drove Into tho " Miss Duke Entertains. Miss Mattye Duke gave an enjoyable lawn party at her home on Madison street, Hartford, on last Monday evening In honor of. Misses Smith, Taylor and Elgin. Those jpresent wero: Misses Elizabeth Smith. Russen-vlll- e, Ky., Dorothy Taylor, Owens-borKy., Mildred Elgin, Hopklns-vlll- e, Ky., Leila Glenn, Gorin Flener, Katie Pendleton, Mary Laura Pendleton, Lucile Plrtle, Marlam Holbrook, Gayle Tlchenor, Clara Robertson, Loulso Phlpps, Mary Austin Carson, Elizabeth Moore, Ruth Riley, Artie May, Bernice May, Daisy Wedding, Norlne Barnett, Eltle Duke, Mattye Duke, Hartford; Marie Hard-wic- k, Owensboro;EIla McKenncy and Anna Barnes, Beaver Dam; Marllssa May, Atlanta, Ga. Messrs. Cecil Felix, Lee Robertson, Parko Taylor, James Glenn, Clifford Moore, Royce Igleheart, Arthur Kirk, Clarence Igleheart, McDowell Fogle, Fred May, Vernbn Llgon, Willis Lyons, Russell Glenn Plrtle, Harold Holbrook, Qoeb61 Tlnsley, Barnes, Glenn Crowe, Wilbur R. Rhonds, Clarence Barnard, .Estill. Park, Edward Duke, Hartford; Ri.H. Shelley, Mcllenry; WllllamjMay, Knoxvllle, Tenn.;Frank Barnes, Marshall Barnes,' Beaver Dam. o, - HELPS BRITAIN PAY FOR AVAR MUNITIONS II. 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This is the third tlmo within two wcelis that sharks have claimed the Uye8 of bathers along the New Jersey coast. Charles E. Van Sant, a youth of Philadelphia, was killed by one. off Beachhaven, N. J., on July 2. Charles Bruder, of Spririglake, N. J., jwasattacked and both legs taken off bya, shark on July C. He died while wen who went to his rescue were carrying him ashore. A dozen or more boys, who also were bathing in the Inlet, heard screams for help. Fisher, who was standing on the bank, went to he rescue. He had gone only a few feet when the shark attacked him, tearing a piece out of one thigh. In spite of his wound Fisher caught the boy up In his arms nnd had started for shore when the shark renewed the attack. Burdened as lie ,wa8, Fisher was helpless and the shark snapped off his leg. Fisher Telcased his hold on Stillwcll and Jiirnself sank beneath the surface, unconscious. Heedless of the danger another boy JSPJWPS into the Inlet and dragged Fisher out. No trace of young Still-wewas found and It is believed he was devoured by the shark. 9"he Dunn boy, according to per-jsowho were standing on the bank of the inlet, also was attacked soon after going Into the water, an elder .brother and another boy went to his "'rescue. They succeeded in driving oifsthe shark, but not until after the younger Dunn's leg had been torn almost to shreds from the knee "down. He is expected to recover. NARROWS. A lot of news Is going to waste about Narrows, so I shall try to garner" it. flTie event of the season just now Crop of berries jss blackberrylng. fine- - and crop of chlggers a record "breaker. We pick berries by day and" scratch by night. The crop of wheat and Democrats Is light, but grass and corn fine, 'iA. R. Renfrow, tho ginseng king, Jbts jmt Narrows oil tllu auto map. Ho is so gen..OX, COxiThb it is a Ford. erous in taking Narrowlans out for a. jdrlve that even the berry pickers won't uso a drop of gasoline to kill chlggers with lest they miss a ride, and IncidentalA. R. burns auto-juic- o ly burns the wind. If his present increasing speed continues Barney Oldfield's record will Joon lopji like thirty cents. When it looked (to the Democrats) like wc were in for a scrap with Mexico these fellows hero who have been chorusing "ho has kept us out Stlll--well's Jl L? ?. of war" cheesed up n few dnys nnd FARM DEPARTMENT then attacked Justice Hughes' whiskers. We were at a loss to answer such a convincing argument until Dnd Maples retorted "well Hughes (internment Crop Report. alnt goln' In by n closo shave, nny-hoI). C, July 7. A Washington, Wc Narrows people don't hold stimary of tho July crop report for any grudge against tho Mexicans A ! Kentucky and recruiting officer stayed here n week tho State of compiled by the Unit ed States, as tho Bureau and didn't find a recruit. Crop Estimates, and transmitted Is In excellent of The corn crop here through tho Weather Bureau, U. S. condition, and with a fair season will folcrop. Fruits, except Department of Agriculture, Is as make a record lows: the small ones are extremely poor. Corn. Miss Dolllo Bean, of Owcnsboro, Is State July 1 forecast, 10S,000,-00- 0 visiting Miss Cecil Kuykendoll. bushels; production last year, Miss Lagrata Klrby, of Owcnsboro, final estimate 114,000,000 bushels. Is visiting relatives here. United States July 1 forecast, Mrs. Hattlc Willis, of Owcnsboro, bushels; production last Is visiting her father, Dr. W. L. Law-lac- e. year final estimate, 3,054,535,000 bushels. H. Thomas, of this place, comJ. All Wheat. plains of being n victim of Ills nameState July 1 forecast, 9,500,000 Beaver Dam. Mr. Thomas sake at bushels; production last year, final says ho stood the cussing of irate estimate, 9,900,000 bushels. his failure as a memtaxpayers for United States July 1 forecast, ber of the grievance committee sent 759,000,000 bushels; production last to Frankfort to get a reduction of year, final estimate, 1,011,505,000 the raise In Ohio county's assessment bushels. by the State Board of Equalization, Oat's. that he tolerated the gibes of his State July 1 forecast 4,500,000 name appearing as a friends at his bushels; production last year, final member of the committee on resolu- cstlmnte, 5.4GO.00O bushels. county Demotions at the lato Ohio United States July 1 forecast cratic convention but he says the bushels; production last limit was reached when ho was year, final estimate, 1,540,302,000 Monday k at awakened a long distance bushels. morning to answer Tobacco. telephone call about some darned State; July 1 forecast, 440,000.-00- 0 ho had never ditch work of which pounds; production last year, fheard before. to be a pretty inal estimate, 350,400,000 pounds. Narrows is getting United States July 1 forecast, dry place. We haven't had n showpounds; production last liquor shipped er of rain nor a jug of year, final estimate l.uoo.&ST.ouo In for three weeks. pounds. Potatoes. Program I'or S. S. Com cut ion. State July 1 forecast, 4.3SO.0OO The S. S. Convention of the Mis- bushels; production last year, final sionary Baptist Church of the Ohio estimate C.42G.000 bushels. County Association will meet at United States July 1 forecast, West Point Baptist Church of Ohio 3G9,000,000 bushels; production last county, the Fifth Sunday In July, year, final estimate, 359,103,000 191C, the same being July 30, with bushels, the following program: fweci Poliltoesj 9 a. m, Local S. S. meets. U5C.000 State July 1 forecast 9:30. Report of Schools and en bushels; production last year, final rollment of messengers. estimate, 1,050,000 bushels. 10:00. Reading of Minutes and United States July 1 forecast, on 73,900,000 bushels; production last the appointment of committee year, final estimate, 74,295,000 bushbanner. 10:10. Welcome t address Hon. els. A. B. Tlchenor. Hay. E. W. 10:25. Response Dn State July 1 condition SS. comaverage of Ford. pared with the eight-yea- r 78. 10:40. Sons service. United States July 1 condition 10:45. Doctrinal sermon. Subject Duty of Deacons Elder O M. 93.4, compared with the clght-yw- r average of 81.2. Shult. il:30. Ordination of two deaPasture. cons. State July 1 condition 96, average of witli the ten-ye12:15. Announcements. day-brea6iu-parar of road would pass through valuable coal fields. A bridge here would give the Illinois Central n direct route from Chicago to the Qulf. q HAIDER Attacked A CARRAXZA SOLDIER Un- vrnmrn .WASMGTOI HOTEL Professional Otto C. Martin Attorney at Lr--,- r v Texas Town He Sajs der Orders of Superior. ;d.c( Laredo, Tex., July 8: Hcrheto I Pezzot on trial here on n chnrge In connection with the recent rnld on Webb, Tex., testified today that he was not a bandit, but n Carrnnza soldier and that he and others In the raid ncted under orders of their commander. ., . 4 NOTICE. Tho Fiscal Court of Ohio county will receive bids for furnishing tho reinforcing stoel and cement and pipes to bo used on tho Hartford and Morgautowu Stato Aid Road No. 92 B. 1, in Ohio county at tho court hottso In Hartford, Ky until 10 a in., July 21, 191G. The material to he used Is approximately 535 barrels of cement, 21,044 pounds reinforcing steel, sizes 3A, , square deformed cut and bent to length required and shown In plans. Also 24 h corrugated or vitrified feet same, and 24 pipe, 70 feet h same. All bids must be feet made for Immediate delivery. Hans for cutting and bending steel may bo obtained from Geo. O. Fetter, Louisville, Ky., Print No. 535. A certified check for $100 must accompany each bid for steel an 1 cement. Plans nnd specifications may be seen nt the office of W. C. County Court Clerk, Blankenshlp, Hartford, Ky., also with the Department of Public Roads, Frankfort, Ky. The Court reserves tho right to reject nnd and all bids. This July 11, 191C. T.' H, BENTON, 2tl County Road Engineer. 15-InlS-lnc- .,.'S&isC ;L0FAMER1CAN lilt. bound, "" ") HARTFORD, KY. Will praotlco Un profession In hii adjoining countlcn. CoiiMnurdsJ , and ud Criminal Proctico n. Specialty. ! T VAInnntATTON Cromwell, ky , I OTTO C. HAItTIM llitrlford, Ky, In""'cltr"here"good hotda lhePowbt httil thf ""it it fgunttjrmcn.V "" firit"lnjlihtruIoIJt STRATT0N & MARTIN Attornoys at Law CROMWELL, - KY. s?wl&uSf3'"a!r0i''t TTie TowIiaUn it rtfinci), exclusive, and restful. Its excellent location on Pennsylvania Avenue, 18th ami II Streets, makes it a desirable headquarters for bridal couples, tourist parties, conventions, " Schools and colleges J "Vrhe Powntan""attract)t!ie people of culture and education-It- s proximity to State, War ami Na,vv Departments, also to many points,, of historical interest, makes this hotel especially attractive to a discriminating pub-- . lief , "" mi 'with detached bath at J1.50. 32.00 and up. Rooms with private bath, l SO. $3.09 and up; "Write Tor toollct wfth mipj .Will practice their profession In this and djolnlng counties. Collections 'Commercial and Criminal Practice Specialty. Prompt and vlgurow I 'Bervlco- - .Notary In offlco. 0.ETAYL0R.CE I Beaver Dam, Ky. Design. 'Highway and Dra Triage ' TheTowhitan ' offerf-roo- :DiU). E.HART VETERINARY SUFiGEON Talot-- CLIFFORD M. LEWIS, sManasert REAVER DAM, KY. Lit cry Ilnra. AIHnHUi.'Hil'',,'"'1,'1 Ml' ' mj Office ., r DOS-BO- B James -. rJp ! t s 1 Mln.J la " THADC-MAKK- S ' i J ia.j PATtrlTB kJ HtbUtt cr no ftv, JtUinnUtrnmiiMi.micnt THAT PAt.'l ir J 4uu uujuuk rcf.a. m LI !.. t ,i!. toernrtcj f r rnec itit!4JtT O itmnf ITtnSn. nun. passinq ncrcncNcca rurfrr(ui.u n in.nu'.io liui.t, win to vTMainswuTOW, Dovonth Street, p. c. OWKXSUORO TRYING TO ItK RID OF VICE That vice conditions In Owens-borwould be broken up, and o, iq'l.inKMCMil.W SERVICE One hundred per cent value. Special work for W. O. W. W. F. STEVENS. Hartford, Ky. R. F. D. 7. Representing Continental Warhlo & Granite Co. GUARANTKKD -- ra-lo.- of HEAT FLASHES, ' DIZZY, NERVOUS Wynn Tells How Lydia 'E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Helped Her During Change of Life. Jtlchmuntl, taking Va.-"A- JVlrs. i- -i k fter Befen bottles of Lydia fc. Pinkham's v III! I IIIIIUUIUIIIIIIIIII wgea uiu I ii'rtVtiliM vwin-poun- d El i iSSlii fi'fl like a T nnuf nl II wnyshadah'eadajao uunng mo of Life find was also trolled with other 'nail feelings com mon at that time-di- zzy epulis, nervous feelings and heat Now I am flashes. in bettor health than I ever was and recommend your remedies to all my friends. " Mrs.LENX. 1VYNN, 2812 E. 0 Street, Richmond, Va. - While Change of Lifo is u most, crit- jeal period of a woman's existence, tho annoying symptoms which uccompany jt may be controlled, and normal health " restored by tho timely use of Lydlu 12. .Pjnkham's Vegetablo Compound. Such wnrning symptoms aroasenso .of suffocation, hot Hashes, headaches, backaches, dread of impending evil, timidity, sounds in tho ears, palpitation tho heart, sparks before tho eyes, irregularities, constipation, variable appetite, weakness and inuuietudt, and dizziness. For these abnormal conditions do not fail to take Lydlu L'. Pinkhara'a Vegt frF f d iellf Conuwund. r.r indit.. ... Song and prayer. United States July 1 condition 1:25. How may tho Pastor equip 97.7, compared with tho ten-yeaverage of S5.7. himself. for leadership In the S. S. Apples. Eld. Z. Terrel, W. M. Fair and Alvln RosPi State July 1 forecast, 2,G560flii 2:00. Thfc duty of old folks to the barrels; production las't year, 'filial Si S. lild. R. L. Creal and E. M. estimate, 4,170,000 barrels. United States J iny 1 forecast, Morton. 2:25. Song, offering and report 72,500,000 barrels', production last year, final estimate, 7C.G70.000 barof committee on banner. 2:40. Name and disctisB five rels. things that may be helpful to build Peaches. up a good S. S. in tho community State July 1 forecast, 1,280,000 bushels; production last year, final Eld. A. T. Roes and L. B. Tlchenor. 3:00. Methods of opening an estimate, 1, 320,000 bushels. United States July 1 forecast, clobing the S. S. Roscoe James and 4i, 100,000 bushels; production last A. M. Smith. announcements J year, final estimate, C3.4GO.000 bush.vnft. Ruslness. els. song. and closing Hemp. 4:00. Adjournment. State July 1 condition, 9S, comcounty are The people all over the pared with the ton year average of invited to attend this convention, esbchool 85. pecially as wo urge that each Prices. elect and send three messengers to Tho first price given below Is the and represent our school. Come average on July 1 this jear, and tho bring all you can and try and win second, the avcrago on July 1 labt tho banner now held by Beaver Dam. year. bdiool. Come! StatO" wheat, 106 iind 107 cen'.s -BIRCH SHIELDS, w per bushel. Corn, 84 ami 84. Oats, FAIR, W. M. 58 and 5G. Potatoos, 115 and SO. Committee. t Hay, $13. SO and $1G.40 per ton. Will My Child Take Dr. KIiik'h New Egge, 17 and 14 cents per dozen. United Slates Wheat, 92.,9 and DUCtAcry? is Dr. King's New 102.S cents per bushul. Corn, '7&.4 This best ntthwer IMicoverj' Itself. Its a pleasant sweet and 77.7 cent. Oats, 40.5 anO V6.1 Potatoes, 102 and Zi2.'l Q:entjs. fcyrul'i t'asy to tno. It contains tho cents. Hay, $12.10 and $11.70 perUtfn. Out-tomedicines wh.',th years of experience pound. 12.5 and S.O cents have proven best for Coughs nnd Eggs, 19.7 and 1CS 'cenhi perv doz-oColdsx Those who havo used Dr. K.ing's New Discovery longest arc its best friends. Besides every bottlo is L)iiliiir't HeVp Rlieuma- guaranteed. If you don't get satis- Doe Sloan'h 'ciViv: faction you get your money back. .i iho man who uses It. lie Buy a bottlo, use as directed. Keep "To thW I uuffered all these what is loft for Cough nnd Cold In-- s knows. wljen years 'no 25 cent bottlo of ura net. Lln'tuicnt cured me," writes Sloan's If you have one. grateful user. Play Vmt I'hurcli Hencilt. Neuralplay", entitled tho "Old Waysido Rheumatism or suffer from A gia, IJackacho, Soreness and Stiff-no- ', "inn," a drama, will be given don't put off getting a bottlo of at Goshen next Saturday night by SJoan's. It will give )ou such o nlno boys and six girls of tho senior relief. It warms and soothes Sunday School class under tho tho sore, stiff painful places and you vision of Mlsa Rains. feel so much better. Buy it at any The iilay will bo given for the Drug Store, only 25 cents. 1 8 benefit of the church, begins at . f o'clock and tho rendition of thp proTo. Itiilld Ilildgo. I. gram Interspersed with some pleasPaducah, Ky., July 12. Though antries will cousumo two hours. not olllcinlly verified, thoro Is a reAdmission Music by string band. port In circulation that tho Illinois adults 15c, children under 12 years Central Railroad Company Intends to of ago 10c. Everybody Invited. build a brldgo ucross tho Ohio RlvOr t between Paducah and Brooltport, III., fiva miles below Paducah, and that FOR FLETCHER'S a direct lino will be built from Gruy-vlll111 , to Brookpert, This branch I 1:13. ar n, 12:00. Noon hour. 84, up very promptly was broken by Mayor Wednesday Indicated Hickman In a talk to the members of tho police department. The city officers were notified to meet with the mayor in his otllce at 2:10 Upon their arrival the o'clock. ruayor went into conditions relating to immoral houses, gambling and other illegal practices. He informhe ed the nssembled officers that wanted them to familiarize themselves with tho ordinances Rov'orn' ing these matters and to see that they were enforced. A bulletin to WILL YOU TAKE OUR GERMINAL REMEDY A Treifrtenf for WEAK ikiKilaaaHtHnr I LUNGS or CONSUMPTION pSvcry Woman Wunts the officers, outlining their respect- ive tiitltas along these lines will be V4.Uud today. FOR PtlitniMAt uvr.iPK'P Tho mayor stated that, it would DLtolvedln vraHf for doudica atop't be at least a week before tho comPItj catarrb, ulceration and ru In plete transcript of the record RpctffnWi-nrlrj- I dv I vrllr, P investigation JPinkkam Mr3. Co. for ten yeart. the police committee Tho work of A Ucuilnf vrondcr for natal chtarrh, would bo completed. UirV and aornecrL. EoaViomlril" transcribing the stenographic notes 4 sorenOtomSuiry cteanf'nti nd tnrCjd.1 lower. Hu suapivriva. 50c. all drujtiu.k ltpJ by of the proceeding has not been com.maiL The Pr .1100 TrJrl Cmna.'. tValoa. Mm. . pleted.' Owensboro Messenger. nflnm-rbfcUo- A quick relief fi that tired, run down feellns. couebs, patr In chwt. nicHt sweats, bemor-- I luncs or consumption. If it doK ' that", weak casta yea aolbial. C not belp ye it lock box cio nuin UrnioAi nn coLUMBtm uniu mtUlUriL uui ' FOR ONE MONTH SKSLL-theCOUG- E Sand CURIE the LUMC6 WITH RAItWORD PRESSING CSAJB. Clothes cleaned and prossed. Repairing. Satisfaction guaranteed. Work called for and delivered. Shop over Ohio County Rnttllng Works. 42tf ED. NALL. Prop. "VWfcTiKW CftR 63 YCAriS' EXPERIENCE FOR 2!?8&Q THROAT Emm t$T , Iktt) AlA giauvwiastaXiajww3a3agaca7rHiaBsap JMMMM TnADS n.iOUINCTftOUBlI3. QUA HANX2KD SATISFAOrO&l P OB MOIiETir R2TUNDED. pt Estate! F--J lcll r Art?' nulrf y iif crl hi or cwnloii frenwhfV" ran tloii is mliuLir n..l, !.Y '"L.f ' nniiinl lii ttoi Mnctlrronuila'iitlal. HA1I3UDD l iri'euta tew Ircu. ulitM ok nry fornrar &vatenn. Co. rcvciTe lu n r.atentH tukiti thmiich tptt.il titUt, Kltliout clinr.e, iu tko Dcsisiis rwn Copvn'SMTa Ac. 4efn1Hm orKetfhnrildc Marks PnOCOhCD h! rtw.iliiuiafrrrr 9 AmiujV liu AND obum i unu, triula luis, M uw 10 el. )r iti DerCHDCD.,l'n,ln"5f''B Sclenfifle JUtericmi. A liandsomelr lllantriitpit eWy. T arrest elr. euUIUu nt iinyMioiilllla Journal, 'lern IJn rnori tnurmonlti, IU OoWtJatl rosilJtri. iYIUNN & Coc0foa,:"aNaw Ycr.k Ui wen ufflce. (31 V HU Waaaliuiiou. ti. U. I I H M money an LANDS and City Resideiit'os are now telling at a low cost, but don't opecl it to be so always. If you ever expect to own your farm or your homo now Is the tlmo to liuy. I N ALL COUNTRIES. ciliJTVbWrt, Biulr.t 1 Arrttvi h lutblion taut timt.W m J fltn lit patent. Practfcs Exclusively. Pilent ard IB Writ or eorao to us at tljblh CttMt,nMr UalM tUUsratutOOu, M t0 WgOlNNCTON. D.C. J pr n. rVr" ' WE HAVE bevoral Tarms listed In Ohio county and thoy can be had for Teaionnblo prices and liberal terms. If we do not havo the particular farm you wo will mako efforts to get It for you. IF YOU want to move to Hartford where our children will havo the advantugo of a good high school notify us. Wo havo houses and lots for sale and bellcvo you can select one from our list to your . ft !oH 1 do-ul- rc McCAIX PATTERNS K ctcrjr city and town fn the United States and W Canada, or by null direct. More sold Una any other mike. Send lor tree catalogue, McCAIXS MAGAZINE . 4x2E3B&.ttxr )ra. bold in uearlT rcllabilitr nearly 40 f L lysaUff!9aViiaars?nasaHlRamt liking. WE HAVE a comfortablo homo in Hartford, modem Improvements mid a good garden In cultivation for sale or rent. Placo rents for ?10 a mouth. Call on or address More subscribers than any othel fashion m inacaaine million a nionin. invanuuic. aai. K est style, patterns, drrssmaklne, millinery, flsin sewing, fancy needlework, lialrdresslnf;, etiquette, pood stories, etc. Only CO cents' a Tear (worth double), Including: a trie pattern. Subscribe today, or aend for tauiple copy. WONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS I to Agents, rostai Brings premium cauiogut I and new cash prUe oflcrs. Address tBI UcCiU CO. IU I US VI. 37tk SU NEW YOU I WfatsTBaBiVurKlWrk. lMrSflriiOEsa1sasstOfih7' H5 J' Sv II I ij i I f 'ifsK P0PULARMCHANIC5 300 ARTICLES-3- wel-cbm- su-p- ei iitwutaawiMi4rr'gwMitinTi irninrn 'Ei j It Is tbj trie (QuntT. AiAGAziNB ILLUSTRATIONS 00 ; ITVSP Informed of the World's Progress In 1 Knginenng, Mechanics nnd Invention. Foi Father and Son nnd All the ramily. It appeals W all classes Old ami Young Men and omen. is rue avoruo Itouiea tbrouwhout aiaaasiDa iu tuou.dmis or tlia worhL Our ! orettfu am ron.tuntlr on tho wuuu for tUiugs new and Intimating and It la Iho Shop Not O.partm.nt (20 Tan.) V V'd" 1'ractloal II I nla for HUop or It and J wars bVlkt 1.U1.U w uu (uiqki nroumi luo jiouiv. amaUur Machwilca (17 1'aaekt for ILs Ho) and uirisnuoiuuioniakAtbiiiKfi;ii.iiowtniDiiKaniro lxa aiui 'Itlovraih Onttll .iinlnr, lloat Sauw holML Jewilrjr. HihmI Vurnlturo, tte (lootnlus in airuitlonsfurtlie Mechanic, Uunitir anil hirttiuiirn SINQLC COPIES. ISC H.OU rCK TSAR y mMmn, r au.cl Itvm Ik. T Samula couy will ba aant on raquaat. Written So You Can Understand It TINSLEY & BAHNETT Real Estato Republican Offlco. notfr riioni& AficntH, Succeed wiien cvsrythlng elsa fans. In nervous prostration end femalo weaknesses ihey rro tho supremo remedy, ns thousands have testiflcd. if Children Cry CASTO R A Hartford, Kentucky. , e, OTOMACH TROUBLE bi.3t mtdlciuo cvjr v& wr oer 0 flu?3 POPULAR MECHANIOS A y C Nk. Michigan Araaua, CHICAGO MAQAXWd I mmmmmmakfkmmmmmkmm IN COUNTY COURT ?&j Ifct Contenta lSTlalAPrachaj CASTORIA For Infants and Childron. i town against all tho German counter nttacks. Tho Importanco tho Germans uavo attached to this position 110 YEARS AGO may bo measured by tho fact that thoy recently threw tho Prussian Guards Into the fighting at this point. Tho Qrltlsh also aro in posIN VOOUK AH SHOWN PRACTICE session of tho greater part of Mamctz UY RECORDS MOKE THAN wood and have recaptured nearly tho CENTURY AGO. whole of Trones wood. E It .Always Helpk M 1 GflSTORIJ aivi rSsWJ f Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria - AWitpfnlilePrCOaiaJioilfctM- t r-- i tm.-- a ran com Alwi W 1 simaatinftlheRodaninctfnU lind tl SlmnxtisamlBflwlS'M iMSfflP rromotcsDitolio. OpiunUIoitihtacnorlUiiHai-NoiW-rt Bears tho Signature of tf$ Wsr "ii IVtf, !!Hft Narcotic. JSttnl Jwuy JtistSenl Wnn .(ml aMjr In &8W JtxSirraj fajijWiSg, lion, joui Worms. ' Use - IossofSl1" rcicrobna w jncSinulTsinaiot u vj For Over I? !"C5W w"Z?ScoMPwr. : TW - Thirty Years m S4si .ii-- H ' - CASTORIA THCCINUUItOOMMNY, NKWVOHKCITV. Exact Copy of Wrapper. November Called Court, 1806. At a court of Inquiry called and held at tho Court Houso In Hartford on Saturday, tho 8th day of November, 180C, for tho examination of William Hlgglns, charged with Samuel McQrady, Thomas MoHeloy, Anthony Thomson, Esquires present. Tho prisoner being brought to tho bar In custody of tho Sheriff and it being demanded of him whether ho was guilty of tho hogstcallng and felony chargo against him saith that thereof. ho Is in no wise guilty Whereupon sundry witnesses being sworn and examined as well on the behalf of the Comonwcalth as of the prlsonor at tho bar and tho prisoner being heard In his defence, it is the opinion of the court on maturo deliberation that the said William Hlgglns is not guilty of tho hogstcallng and felony charged against him and proclamation being made as tho manner is, and nothing further being alleged ngalnst him, it is therefore considered and ordered by the court that tho said Hlgglns bo thereof discharged nnd acquitted. Ordered that the flesh of the hog now hero produced In court ns stolen by said Hlgglns bo returned to him. Tho court dissolved. hog-stealin- g. Eastern Front. Moro than 271,-00- 0 prisoners have been taken during Gen. Drusslloff's drtvo on the Eastern front, according to an official report. Tho Russians now are within twenty miles of Kovcl. says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Kyi, Jn writing of her experience with Carduf, the woman's tonic. She says further: "Before I began to use Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able to do any of my housework. After taking three botllei of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I sdon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill. I wish every suffering woman would give ' Tliuralny. Western Front. British force.? yesterday, in tho face of determined German attacks, gained control of the entire Mametz Wood, which was entered the previous night by tho Progress north of tho Germnns. Sommo also is reported. up their Following successes around Verdun, the Germans have launched a strong attack against Fort Souvllle. Assaults wero made from the vlllago of Fleury and the Chapltre and Vaux woods, in which Paris says the Germans lost heavily. The Russians report the capture of Mamakhatum, in Armenia, fifty miles west of Erzerum. HiiNsla. CARDUI a trial. The Woman's Tonic ut Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, tired, worn-ofeelings, etc., are sure signs of womanly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's tonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty years. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, and it always does me good." Get a Bottle Today! fM C ASTORIA For Infants and Children. In Use For Over 30 Year's Always the Signature ZdbffS&Su full of life and action, filled with the fire of fine Inspiration and followed by 250 short stories of adventure, wilt make Starck Pianos sErX inAdrnnce SallnlnO" tloD Gear No Money anteed LowexlNet PriooM Tarina Faot'jiy Bad to Have a Cold Hung On. Don't let your cold hang on, rack your system and become chronic will when Dr. Bell's help you. It heals the Inflammation, sootiies tho cough and loosens the phlegm. You breathe easier at once. is a laxaDr. Bell's tive Tar Syrup, tho pine tar balsam heals the raw spots, loosens tho mucous nnd prevents Irritation of tho bronchial tubes. Just get a bottle today, of Dr. Bell's its guaranteed to help you. At drug1 gists. ey Pine-Tar-Hon- GERMAN SUBMARINE TO IiOAD AND RETURN Baltimore, July 12. That plans are afoot to rapidly reload the" submarine Deutschland and slip her out speedily on her return was indicated A special permit was here obtained for continuing the unload It is thought she will ing bo ready to reload in the morning. ht TReYOUTH'S companion i Eani.J( A From Fbo tory Direct reached a satisfactory agreement with tho owners of the Deutschland and abandoned his Intention of llbel- with inrc the vessel. Conference agents of tho Ocean Navigation com Simon N. 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These terms are arrarucnl to suit your conrenimrr, and It It possible for you In buy a Kino for your home, without . mlsslitj the mooey. , You pay no rash down, but after 30 days of trial, )0U can liegla payment on the low. JCYno finnronlao Ttitl guarantee it our 35 years of piano rTiencr, ancl the reputation nf an rcipomlble piano bouse. o! Crtrr Starck ruanntrtd for !i yesrs. bit tack It 2nd-Sta- nd Bargains Playw-PtaR- M Monday. Western Front. Tho French havo carried German positions east of Flaucourt on a' front of two and a half miles and to a depth of from of a mile to a mile and a third. They also havo captured the village of Blaches, according to the oincial statement Issued by the Paris War Olilco. Tho British troops have made a "steady progress in tho face of stubIn the neighborborn opposition" hood of Avillers, on the Sommo front. Two German counter attacks near tho Bols des Trones were repulsed. two-thir- pany and Krupp Steel company gave rise to arumor that Lake had been Invited to accept a position as con sulting engineer for the company, engaging in the undersea starde. The North German Lloyd has re ceived from persons In all parts of the country offers running as high as ?p.0,000 for the privilege of tak ing passage on the submarine on "We have had letters from some of persons," said a ropresentatlve tho company, "who said that they would pay any price that we wanted. There was one $50,000 offer, sev and virtually eral of $10,000, scores running from $1,000 to These we havo had to refuse; nearly all of them came irom Americans. 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Send todav for our new beautifully illustrated piano book which give you a large amount of Informs, tlon regarding pianos. This book will Interest and please you. Write today. Piano DooU Frss P. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. 1013 Starck Bide.. CHICAGO e. moss Ithos. Decorator Plasterer, o .. Contractor. and Tho fact that tho tug Thomas F. Tlmmons went Into dry dock today for repairs gave rise to rumors that she was getting ready to return to the Virginia capes to convoy into as she did the the Chesapeake, Tuesday. Deutschland, tho submarine, BremFranco. In a brilliant attack tho Is reported on her way. French havo carried Hill 97. a height en, which If tho local agents have any knowlwhich dominates the Sommo southBremen Is exeast of Blaches, according to the of edge of the date the pected they are keeping the secret ficial statement Issued by the French War Ofllco. After tho sixth desper closly guarded. ate attack tho Germans succeeded In entering Trones wood, according to WILL FILL A WANT! tho British official statement. This was at tho expense of very heavy casualties, tho statement adds, ami Since the suspension of the the fighting In tho wood continues bo carried." Twice-a-Wee- Twice-a-Wee- - Address all orders id THE REPUBLICAN. Louisville Weekly Courier-Journa- l, X X t Lifetime experience with best of workmoD, and can t give any roferonco desired. Call mo on Hartford 5 Mill Co., 'phono, oraddross mo at Hartford, Ivy. t'-tf. Gorman defense there has been quite along the Stokhod River has boon a demand for a weekly Kenunable to stay tho progress of the Russians, who havo crossed tho river tucky newspaper that gives at various points. Tho latest com all the more important state munication from the Russian gencr news, as well as the general al headquarters shows that tho two news, crisp editorials, good opposing armies aro In tho midst Of stories, timely cartoons and a terrific strugglo for possession of illustrations. tho river. Russlii.--Th0 NEW NOT THE SEWING USE LIV-VER-L- AX MACHiNE quality;) OF For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. We Knock the Spots Out of Things iSBiwriiiirw Ladies' and Men's Garments French Dry Cleaned and Pressed In a Superior Manner. Send us your Oarments and Have Them fl 111 Fifty-dvo Austria. Tho fighting betweon tho Italians and Austrlans continues undiminished fury, tho Austrian (with describing tho ropulso of forces, moro than S00 Italian ( ' There is no such excellent paper as the Twice-a-Wee- UNDER ANY SOLD k Owensboro Messenger (Edited by Uivy Woodson.) typewriters. sons explained by Moving ture machine. Seven big LesPicDe- flonfi twttnr. 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All clubbing subscript If you want Dsewlns; machine, write tor, fiercely contested town of Contal-inaisafter desperate day and' night rions should be addresses to oar latest catalogue before you purchase. The New Hm SewiM e, Has.' Co., fighting and now aro hoTdfor the Republican, Hartford, Ky.- on FeeHrlght all the) timo. Don'flay oft from work for daya by taking calomel when pleasant Lio- - VefLax Jeeps yo WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. on your feet, whilorciioving your troubIf yon purchase tho NKW HOME you will le. Safer too, and easy to tako. Don't nave a life asset at tho price you pay, and will take- anything else. Yoii can't afford it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses sys not uuvoau cud lets chain of repairs. tern and relieves constipation. A nat55ural remedy, naturalln its actions, sura Quality in its effect and certain In restilW. It will won't bo long beforo Lit)- - Vcr-ba- x Considered completely displaco calomel in everf home.i Cnildreu can tako it freely anj it is the with perfect safety. Every bottle truar anteed. 60c and $1 in bottle&i Nona Cheapest genuine without the likeness and sign in the end turo of L. K. Grlgsby. For sale by J. H. WILLIAMS, - Hartford, Ky. to buy. NAME. - OTHER HOME IT b Mtsis la fht'lmok a AJUJ-fiia Or. JsWm' .,, M . -- r YAQUIS I CAMFTOLI.OWKIW AND CAHUAN. ZA SOfilMKIW Allti VICTIMS OF INDIANS. The Breckinridge County Fair, Races and Home Coming! - JULY 25, 26, 27, 28, 1916. Reorganized on a broad basis to promote agricultural and live etock interests of the section. Plenty of Running, Trotting and Pacing Races. Finn Stock Show Rings, great Floral Hall Display. Liberal premiums on- Sheep, Hogs and Cattle. Everything clean and wholesome. No gambling devices, immoral shows or intoxicants tolerated. 8 big free attractions on elevated stage in front of grand stand. Some, thing going all the time. No tiresome waits. Wednesday, Louisville day and Derby day. Program so balanced that every day a big day. I3ig 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 atop at Fair Ground gates. Send for premium list. C. C. GIVENS, i ' MANY BURNED AT STAKE JlcllnxVj of Diirk Arcs Itesortcil To Jly Mexico's Untainted Snv ilROS. General Manager, ' J. P. O'REILLEY. Secretary. j; to "00 Carranza soldiers and camp 'Z!!!m!mm m mouirXuIn1 naiUves let nusqult'onw bite followers were massacreed ly Bron-'n- g stations five In Now York and SMALLEST REPUBLIC them until Ibclr systems bcaouie cho Yuunis early this week in Lower . one In Newark. During the first thoroujlily inoculated with their y. Sonorn, according to arrivals here to- days of May there were 140 Those of the de facto detach- - pHcants for enlistment and of this HAS DECLARED WAR poison. After this tho; nro botlw-e- d no n.ir. The first ndvlco given to ment not killed by gunfire, it was number there was not a single man the "teniorfoot by the said, were burned at the stake. 'rejected for poor hearts. Among "Let 'em bite; they won't keep it up While reports place the number the others were many sufferers from VUKSIDKXT OK MI7KK "SI'Kl'K Pbpular Science Monthly fiir estl- -' of dead, nt 300, conservative New York Globe. vAiiiAXir ox map" iMtorn matesi made on- - the known disposal AltMV OK 13 MEN. ' of troops near the scene of the mas- - " j,or Hale. Competition. sacre put the loss at 200. 51 acres of farming'iand for sale. Artist Oli, mllkmnld, if you wili' Jveport! Uihlscs unrest. Apply to U C. BROWN, Ncwb of the disaster to the Car fi.rmnn nowsnaners tlf recent data." pose for in' I'll gSve you a dollar am McIIenry, Ky. ranza- force has caused extreme unlust reachwl New York 'lonr' Com- - wiic:i h.ir Special Depnty Banking gcttins rest anions the several thousand mlsaJrtner. .ooi, .., ernanp nr,n of r.Prnm- - "Sorry, sl:;but I'm movlng-pictur- o a thou-- H a wcett from ft re', Afavcis now nt Emnalimv Yanulii nnd ,,vshe tinv drrhiA over-th- e IrCll." Llf-ij- . Whilo It is known that large numbers ' public of Counani, of Clmnani, as It concern of Yaquls have Joined the de facto is sometlmesi spelled, wilich has deALAMO MASSACRE Const ipntuui an-- Itiillgestiuii, army, there has been general (lis- -, clared', war on Germany "I have used Chamberlain's Tab belief that the entlro Indian nation,' Thivmlnlaturc republish? near tho let;? and niustf say tficy aro t!it best including the Broncho, or wild Yaborder between Brazil and French I 'JitTc ever usvd.for eonstfpat'im and (Continued From First Pag-.quls, have made peacer wIUi the MexGuiana, situated about fifteen miles iiungestton. My wifi also used them icans. For that reason the reports from Uio coo.it. It is n mure spot for fndigestioiu and they AW her of the revolt and' ensuing, slaughter Battering rams burst In the big gates on the map, and little known to tho S. H&lght, gooit." writes Eukim generally are credited. of the mission compound. outside world. It recelrl' Its in Wifinington, NC C. Chambertain's Opportunity For Slaughter. The Texans fought their way by dependence- from Brazil 1st ISSii. Its Tnlilfets are mllil'nnd gentle lit their Gciu Estrada has liad several thou- twos and threes to tin- - inner' haild"-- President is a Frenchman' named actNin. Give t:Ietn a. trial. Y"rare sand troops in the Yaquls Valley, lug to make their last stand. Gaunt, Adolph Bessct Beaufort, who has ccrtlin to be pleased with tho asree--- ) holding back the Yaquls, and it is beburning, eyes, theso been a CbloneE In the Freaoll army. ablw llaxative efftcti which thei pro- lieved the opportunity for the report- tall men o he plains were at the and When thd'Eurogean war befan6 en, mJ ducfe. ObtalnarK- ed massacre came about when Es- of the passage, fighting their last listed htv sympathies at once with his main command north fight. And: there was not a man. of France. The standing army of the ki:iucisi:i) o.v i'bo.wsk m-- r trada moved to Hcrmosillo and Magdalena in the them but knew it well";, and tuero republic at Cbnnanl then consisted WOULIWr BTCHT courao of mobilization maucuvera. was not a man of them but was de- of 300 men, ncir this llttMr detachSSSSSS-VSSSSrSSiVVt tfltfigjia on ?Tien n fishetermined fo take as many Mexicans ment London, July 1 For Sale. as might be down to death with him. the side of tho' AHIes unier- - rileir rman. T. E. Prlov.of (larth, Cirnar A 160 acre farm 4 miles east of Amid smoke and the fiamo. and flag. consisting- of a silver stair oa a vonstiire. claimed' aliuolutc escmp-tlo- n Hartford; on the border of the oil crash of rifle fire, lunglng'of knives, blood red background. Of thisnura-be- r liefore the Bangos- tribunal refields. Goo'd' dwelling, bdrmand oth-- ar the swinging: of clubbed! guns, the about 150' hare beem killed. cently he said h had been oat on ncce-ssarYoung fight reeled back and forth among; President BenufYirt is very prouii of outbuildings. the gold coast. Htr hooked passage orchard, strawberry bed and other the walls. On each frontiersman's his men, and receives reports- ngn-larl- y homot on the Apfwm. pleasing features. If bonds carry flanks there hung a pack of "Santa-Anna'Dsrring the voyage they were cap from his curamander in which y seat pike will be near. men;. You would) see him they are praised' for their bravury tured.' by the German, aaxlllary cruis-- . J. See, or .write Tinsley & Barnett, heat them back, powerful arms swing. and recommendonl for promotlom. his releasa r Maewo and Hartford) Ky., for further particu- his empty rifle like a flail, breaking! That Chunani is; at war with G?r-ma- he h2.I to sign un' undertaklr r lars. and Austria, has only now he would not take up arms against. J, men's head's,. battering them to earth The- Johnston Hsirvestinp Machinery is imule I clearing as space around for a white,, 'been made public., and tho German Opno:tnr or her aillt?i. i Olio Wife Fuough. - newspapers are very much" amnd I shall and then, with a new ruih. the Mexlwear out and break, " "i trust," ho sniii. "that vet stronner with fewer ntirts-ttvntiian missionary in China was , . . matter:. blamed .or taking tte only , , j rf falmg.tea with a mandarin's eight cans would overwhelm the man ami rover theStatesman!- Year Book, the not be nnon to me other tlian neilltr ' , J o I rfnnr-4, he would go down suddenly benecth Tho r i .al wIvpij. Tho Clilnese ladies examin-wnere tidier iji.iviiiiu's iiuj. aru ;im.iuiis iu juuvu the wallowing,' struggling crowd of (Almanac de Gotllu nnd othr.auttlor-hi- s takeu: on board th'e- German ancillary ed her clothing, her hair, - cruiter as prisowsr; i ittcs malte no mention of such a reassailants. this to you aiul any inquiries will havo- - prompt and tin on, but her feet especially Tlie Kurald ilHes. as. Counani. T.V? tribunal granted absolute Too cloiwpressed to ate able, to j amazed Ihcui. attention guns, the Mcdcans thrust ; however . as far luck as 1SD0 have mr.nni. nn rnr.-i- l Hon that thp. an-'load their "Why," cried one, "you can walk and stabbed nnd tore with their bay-- 1 articles and" diipatshes arentlur ot plicint remain i.nhhi occupanifiu as a comp3etc 'liinc of and run as well as a man." We 1 onets. It was a whirinrind ot de- -t attempts to make the littie State in fisherman. "Yes, to bo sure," said th'e HwalU! of struction, utter chaos, those last Brazil aj repulille. The for wc sell. ItUnusnes, mall Stonmrh Trouble. V7 trUTi. nHlltsa lllKniltCll tram. ,rl,iiin3 it flfhHiif. 'ITVnvIa f r!T nil t -Can you ride a horse and swim . ' talrwny from EWo years ago I suffered Wo also caixy repairs for Deering, McCormiek, Mil- l!XXriCi toIUn8 0f tho dmcovery. or a h0 was holdmg agaInat too? surging mob of Mexicans; shot j plot to moko tiie territory of aun- - frevfiitint attacte of stomatak trouble will be pleased to waukee and Champion Mowers-an"Ycb." througll Dllehead, he tippled forwardianl an Independent Stataand stvea amV biliousness-,"- ' writes Mfes Emma "Theu you must be as strong as re eat you anything in this lino at reasonable prices. furnish do Ve.'bryke, Llniai. Ohio. "V could and was trampled to - hulk b eneathi details oi' tltcu arrest of.: Sarr.-j- it man?" "Wo can rebuild your old machine. their frenzied feet. Herrer.i. who 'was acting In tlie con- - voy little food: that agreed: with me "I am." Four Mexicans went to dispatchi spiracy. Later.- Brazil e wit. a mttlta- - ant I became so dizzy ami sick at "And you wouldn't let a man beab dying Bowie; twoof thoan to"! Ty force to CounaiU to prevent the so- - mr stomach ixtt tines thai I had to you not evon If he was your Hus '"i the slew wilh his revolver- - and one- - with. called rpubliians from creating- any taiJe hold ot snciethlng to keep front bandwould you - suj- Utjv. thiire has falling. Seeing Chamberlain's Tab-- Is Insurrsttion. StKce his knlfa before tho ibarth man"Indeed, I wouldn't," the mission icccdcd in making an end of Kim. W advertlscaj I decided eo try thei. been mimen'ioa anywaere of Counary said. 1. improved ranWIr." OutaKaable as If. the Davy Crockett Last To RUI; ani, and it looks ns "Now I understand why the Last man of all to- fall wan Ifcvtrr newspapers tforts Just having a Httlo devil never has more than one e blcd-soakj- d accouot. HIw York oirtb.oir-o.wHis shirt fun Southern Crockett. Works.at IO. Hale wife. He is afraid." clung to his mighty chest, a eatf isiitr-e- d Herald. Magazine. Joseph Hlopelle, of ATaro, Is prob- - j Women's tho leathery skint of his face aiul a 1 mojt active man of his age ForvSalo One Jeraoy coir R years ably tho Mexican bullet hadtgono tliroughi his riiamberlulit's Colic, Choleru aI1(j just yuss-e- d 4 gallon of milk In Massachusetts: ho has cheek. And with his bank against old giving, about Tllnrrlinrui lloinmltv. his lOUii! birthdav and he atill m " l t, ..,;.. II l.l !! ,m& i"lDl ""'"" " nnd over & pound oft butter a day. nl ",a "l,u I, Every family without exception iu "' fdoes his share of work around' the calU on knnn this nrenaration at hand IIIOWUU Willi liumi u. iwiu uii'.uss, For- particulars J place. ihnulrl ir? saws ami chops wood, Lan-mJAMBS' W. BEAR, during the hoi weather of tho sum- - bearing a space around, him.. takes care of the hens, cuts Brusn m Hnrt-tord1 Kl H Kv. of 0'iainborlaln's Colic, ce held him at bay whllu a month- -. and does other chords. Ho enjoys a m mo Siwita Anna s Miiemon wns usscin Cholera and ninrri.non H..m.!v is It...., pipe or oiar. Mr Ktopcllo Mad ten I.lm ,.11.. 1......-I- ., " NOTICE TO COWUESI'OXDKXTSi. u"u ...1.1 """ worth many times Us cost when nee - "' of whom aro dtill liv- SS E9 In venting yous lettcwrs do not say chlldrenv. three One sairy goes that bo need- -' t the Bround. ed and is alnuut certain-t"Will help parents develop their sons into ing, also five grandchildren and eight spent Sunday with man was that Mr. old ed before tho summer Is over. It even tho tonBuheref greatv.canilclilldwa. ma nt -- . -..... ft - Qonh AnnnV- nr Mr. IWank, or Mr. Blaik and family ..v tho best type of citizens and Christian M hue no superior for Hu purposes tor ul M by a firing took ilintior with Mr. Guest, or Jtiss Fitiin The Stars to "Von. Buy it now. dera was shot to death Is intended. which It gentlemen. Its patronage is widely scateqaad. Sinco not one defender of the Belle spent tho night arltli Miss Host... ...,i.i., stars EH tho hi. "Somewhere nenoath Alamo survived, and history Is do- - ess. And by no means say that Mr. thoro l something that you alone tered and comes from the best, homes in m pendent foi-itknovleds of detaiKi lloweo mado ills regular call .'it the wor- - meant to do. Never rest until ffl Hut Feet mm! Patriotism. m Mexican home of Ml3 Julit Sunday After- you havo foujui out what It ls!- "tho South. Its capacity is limited, thereIt is not lack of patriotism Unit upou the story of two niakes Unclo Sam's lank of recruiting women and a neyro boy, It Is imuos-- a noon, etc. We do not care foe that. John Braaheav In tho July American m fore, reservations should be mado early. big army a dilllcalt task. It L Hat slblu to Ul with certainty the tost What wo wtmt la tho news. When Mw.zino. Ei Place your son in this select gtoup of foot and and weak hearts. Dejplte details el that ftxht In which wild wamoono from auotlier town visits 153 Xoilco to Cieilltorft. prosperity thoro aro thousands ot couroga ilamed high to tho very foincouo in your town, or vua versa, bovs. Write m wo aro always glad to run It as a Tho McIIenry Deposit Bank having gg voung mon who, under tho stimulus ' loat. 1 Item, but bo careful with your been placed in tho hands of the Bank- &6 had tlw bod-iuoIivn The MoxicJtn Uunornl oi prepaiwiiiuiis unmiKiifc"si im.v. It ia no pleasure to re-- to ing Commission of Kentucky all patbeen mid are offering their service leu of tho fort's dofondors piled In selection. with, chaparral and tlmbur write and scratch your copy. rons having claims against said bank the countiy, but fow uro accepted, a lienp Tho Editor. (now In liquidation) aro notified to riarado Is hav- - went of the Alamo and burued. Tho iirciureilnoRH For catalogue and information. Box A, -- o present same, properly proven, to tho Four tlmoa tho number oc tno Thousands of imiulr- mir its elfcct Mo.smtlliwv) On Snow Banks, , undersigned at McIIenry, Ky., on or iv.i mmn in in th. rterultliiR sta- -a Alamo's dofondora had fallen In San- -Iu both tlio Itocky Mountains und ' before tho Cth day of July, 101C. Anna's ranks, and novor was viethins by mail, tolcjilUmo and by tL. C. BitOWN, tory to cost moro thau this of tho Alaska tho geologists and engineers 40t4eow nllcantu iii norson'. If only . Special Deputy Banking Com'r. It was tho turn- - of the United States geological places whero It was sold or dlspens-- . "M ednwsa nnd wea'l: hearts could bo Mexican General. J PPT ( (VP1 SPPH per cent ot tho mon point In Texas fight for hide-- , voy havo as part of their regular ed. Ninety-nin- e ikould bo no dllllcul-Un- g theic. I UvV.U Italics 'I'cctotulciV Hulnrim. II equipment mosquito netB for their were glad to mako tho roqulrcd tv in Kottinir Ml tho men necessary. pondenco. Iu tho July American Magazine is promise Tho manager ot tho plant This stanza from a poem of James heads. Even when working In deep Ih duo In a largo Tlie For summer and oarly fall respect to. thw carelessness of most Jeffory Itocho Is worth remember- snow, head nets ami gauniieis aru an article entitled "Can You Drink contends It Is only common sense to necessary to protect the field men and Hold Your Job?" by Dr. Edwin bollevo that a strictly sober man Is sowing, alone, in corn at last Tho ing: In wuKwti'iig proper shoos. men ot the l Bowors, who says: worth more to his employers. Also, poor hvMit.'fcliowiug Is due in a largo Uut far on San Jacinto's field tho from the cultivation or on stubble land "Itecognlzlng the loss in efficiency the firm expects to bo moro than pests. The mosquito does not vanTexan tolls aro set, recruiting officers say, meaBV.ro," lUo At due to drinking, the Philadelphia memory the Tex- ish with Increasing altitude. Improvements In service after grain harvest. by the to V&m increased number of cigarette And Alamo's dread 11,000 feet, or tlmberllno, he Is as Quartz Company was prompted an steel shall whet, It gets from sober workmen." BirAkcrtf. to conduct a pledge campaign Aa- a instance of tho aoverlty ot And Fame shall toll their deeds who prolific as at sea level, aud smoke, among its workmen. The men were toll till all the years bo run, no matter how dense and pungent it examination, tho report llie; physical ' one alive the may be, will not eradlcato him. offered u 10 per cent lucreaso If of, Capt. Frank E. Evans, recruiting "Thermopylae left FOR FLETCHER'S corps, may bo Alamo left none." Kansas Tho only sure relief lies In the uet. they would agree, In future, to use Co., officer for tho marine In'tdtpq:? sections ot Colorado the no liquor, nnd hereafter to avoid ailed. Copt. Ky" has six recruit- 'CUy Star. n ap-da- w -- i'VV?rfrSiflrVSW,ri 9 I Big Line of Sport Shirts 50c, $1.00 and $1.50 Values, - ! Came In arad See What Big ) I blood-streake- d, Hub Clothing Go. HARTFORD, KY. g 5 waA-sen- s inter-count- thatj. Certainly Buy a Johnston Carry a repairs any Machine d J - - her-teet- . At I i. t T.-i J n- I i for-Mit?- n; l A. B. Row 6c Son Oetitertown, Ky. Vanderbilt Training School for Boys - ad I er s . ! 1 J- . '"'"' "'""' ELKTON, KY. n ..r,i.r nl.. g MSTHENEY & BSTTS p J B g II ap-.t- MWBsaEsaagaEssasiiaiBJigEKBmsaBigidi flat-foo- j p I . vl blood-thirstine- ss ro-pa- ld Children Ory Bokhara Seed Co., Falmouth, Pendleton Kentucky. CASTO RIA '