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M K fkmihlitmt Subscription $1 per Year No. 4 IRISH " outcry, six small boys stood cowed In a corner of tho second floor dorSITUATION mitory of the Louisville Industrial School at 4:30 otiock yesterday afternoon and, wording to their stoAPPEARS CRITICAL ry, watched Month 'Guest, 15 years old, a pupil, udnck his Instructor, Robert Ormes, iC, as ho lay asleep, and beat him into Insensibility with STATUS OF EMERALD ISLE HAS GONE FROM HAD TO WORSE a balance ball, which he SINCE UPRISING. had removed fioin a toilet. Guest then .removed the clothes from I1I3 victim' and donned (hem. He mado hU escape by breaking a window en tho first' floor and dealing a picket N0REMEDYYET0FFERED fence. Guest ha.1 not been captured. Great Britain Scents To Re Making 1 No Progress in Solving The Totmcro Hurt Ily Hall. Problem. Carlisle, Kyf,'July 25. Farmers in a portion of Nicholas county this sldo of Headquarters report that London, July 25 (1 p. m.). Apgreat damage has been dono to the tobacco crop by a hailstorm, which parently the status of Ireland has Is pronounced the worst ever seou gone steadily from bad to worse ever there. Much tobacco is reported since tho Sinn Fein rising on Easter ruined and corn and other crops suf- Sunday, for at present the country Is In tho hands of a temporary and fered heavily. makeshift government composed of a commission of Judges assisted by Major Gen. Sir John Maxwell, comILLINOIS TROOPS ARE mander df tho British forces In Ireland, who still Is maintaining militaACCUSED OF SHIRKING ry control over most of the ordinary functions. There Is no viceroy in the place of SANDS OF THE DESERT TOO Baron Wlmborne, former Lord LieuWARM FOR MILITIAMEN tenant of Ireland, and as Premier . ON HIKE. Asquith announced that the Dublin Castle system, of the government wan an utter failure, none Is likely to bo zlhtA appointed. Tie office of Auguctlnor San Antonio, Tex., JuIy-2&- -. Secretary for Irerioting of certain members of the Blrrell, Eighth Illinois Infantry, composed of land remains unfilled and Herbert negroes, and the alleged shirking of Samuel, the head of the home office, whole squads of the First Illinois .who. has no special knowledge of Irbrigade o'n a practice anarch' yester- ish affairs, represents the Interests day were the topic of much comment of Ireland In. the Cabinet and before the House of Commons. today. At Critical Stage. Negro guardsmen say that slurs Great Britain finds Itself at one of cast on them by whites, both civilians and military, led to the attack the most critical stages of the war, by Herbert Henne. Some of them again distracted by wrangllngs over chased Henne from his automobile the old problem and with apparent', into a saloon, where he defended him ly no light ahead. The Nationalist self until a provost guard of regu- members in tho House of Commons, lars arrived and fired "on the mili- who as a party thus far have suptiamen, slightly wounding three of ported the government's war and do- mftaHn monniirMt Hiftfilnn alitft them. The Incident is regarded as '.-1U11U IU closed except for trial of the actual men liuoiwuu TTrPtUUUUU1U UU Uy position party. The position of tho culprits. Reports of regular army Observers Nationalists, moreover, Is anomalto department headquarters Indicate ous. Discontent in Ireland over tho that the number of those who fell government's dealings with the Inout In the march of the Illinois bri- surrection has become so widespread, gade was about the same in all three according to all reports, that the Na- regiments, the showing of the first tionallsts have lost the confidence of being a llttlo better perhaps than their constituents and probably would that of tho Second and Seventh. Tho be repudiated If they stood for reexact number of those who dropped election today. , Cabinet Blamed. out and waited for assistance Is not The English newspapers of all facknown, even to headquarters' offi cers, since In most cases, the fatigued tions blame the cabinet for its manout of ambu- - agement of the Irish question, and lance, and motor truck and back In- regret the failure of a compromise, to line when they had ridden for a the only conspicuous excoption being tho Morning Post, which consisttlm,e, and became rested. Regular army officers ascribe the ently demanded the government of large number of stragglers entirely Ireland by a strong hand 'and no to the softened condition of the men. home rule. John Redmond, leader of the Irish The marching was done in light order, no packs being carried, and the Nationalists, in his speech last night distance, ten miles, was made at an said: " Redmond's View. average of a little more than two "I will not bandy words about a miles an hour. breach df the faith or the violation of a solemn agreement, but I want tho TOBACCO LOOKING GOOD government clearly to understand Ohio County's Prospects Look Better that they have entered upon a courso which is bound to increase Irish bus-- 1 Tlian For 20 Years. plclon of tho good faith ot British The tobacco crop In Ohio county, statesmen. To Inflame feeling in while not the largest, Is perhaps tho Ireland would do serious mischief most promising at this season of tho to thoso high in imperial interosts year of any grown for years, probab- which wo are told necessitated a proly for 20 years. The crop Is also visional settlement ot this question. "Some tragic fatality seems to dog very early, which will necessitate extreme caro In cutting In 'order to the footsteps of this government In avoid sun burn. Sun burned tobac- all their dealings with Ireland. Evco Is no hotter than frost bitten to- ery step taken by them since the coalition was formed, and especially since bacco, if as good. It has become as much a fixed rule the unfortunato outbreak In Dublin, They havo with tobacco growers In somo sec- has been lamentable. tions, more especially In tho hurley disregarded overy advice we havo district, to deadon tobacco a few days tendered them, and now, having got boforo cutting as It Is to sucker It. us to Induce our pooplo to mako a This not only prevents sun burn but tremendous sacrifice- - and to agroo to causes It to wilt and start yellowing. tho temporary exclusion ot the six this This also prevents breaking and loss Ulstor counties, they throw of a lot of leaves and barring acci- agreement to tho winds and have color. taken the surest means to accentuate dents, Insures a first-clas- s Too much care can not bo given to every possible danger and difficulty tho tobacco crop from this date on as In the Irish situation." a farmer may easily Increase or diNotice to Creditors. minish tho market value ?1.00 to The McIIenry Deposit Bank having per hundred, or even more. $2.00 been placed In the hands of the Bank-lu- g -- Commission ot Kentucky all patWANTED. per 100 lbs.; rons having claims against said bauk Mixed Rags, fl.OO Mixed Iron, 20c per 100 lbs.; Mixed (now In liquidation) are notified to Copper, presont same, properly proven, to tho Paper, 20c per 100 lbs. Brass, Zinc and Rubber at market undersigned at McIIenry, K., on or before the 5th day ot July, 1910. price. Corn at 85c bUBhel. ' L. C. BROWN, 40t4eow D. L. D. SANDEFUR. Com'r. '' "Beaver Dam, Ky, Special Deputy-Bankin,. 3t3' ten-pouef were-ordered . OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1916. of guardsmen, but was met with invectives and ran Into a saloon, tho soldiers following. Insula tho saloon two employes, who were tho only occupants, the lawyer said, left him to faco tho negroes. Hcnno said ho defended himself ns best he could with a knlfo ho picked up, until tho provost guard arrived. Tho negroes mustered bennd thirty and tween twenty-fiv- e turned on the detachment of the provost guard, who fired when tho guardsmen refused to obey ordors to novo. Officially, It was stated tonight that not moro than half a dozen shots were fired by tho guard. LOSE COMMANDER t'APT. REJECTED MEDH li EXAMINERS HAH ANOTHER CHANCE. ltaVr.KHI-1IY SERGT. HOOVER HONORED I'wsciiImI With MnrkMiinn- Hike Tuko Lieut. HIiouii in Coiiinmiiil. .ship Medal Coal OjKrntirn Lose Case. Washington, July 25. The Interstate Commerco Commission today declined to disturb rates on bitum(Special Correspondent.) Illinois, Ky., July 27. While inous coal from Southern Ft. Thomas. Capt. DeWeese Is recuperating from Western Kentucky and Northwestern dis4hu results of n surgical operation Alabama to Memphis, Tenn., and of Alabama missed the complaint o thut liu may again faco tho examining phslcluns, 1st Lieut. Shown coal operators that the adjustment T Is commanding Co. II. Tho doctors discriminated against them. -m refused to accept Capt. DeWeese on account of a surgical wound which had fulled to heal properly. It is OHIO COUNTY FAIR tlm ho will he accepted at a re examination now that tho trouble WILL BE BIG EVENT 4. has been remedied and after the new wound has healed. Tlfls was the only grounds tho examiners had INCORPORATED COMPANY WILL on which to base their rejection, as HAVE CHARGE FOR FIRST the Captain was otherwise perfectly TIME IN 0 YEARS. sound. In St. Lul fUpublle. The first nows that Capt. DoWeeso had hen rejocted cast a pall of For the first time' since 1010 the gloom over tho entire company. He will this year be un has the contldence, love and respect Hartford fair OPEN NEGOTIATIONS der the direct supervision of tho Ohio PRESIDENT WILSON of every man In his command and to County Fair Company (Incorporat lose him would be the greatest misThe decision of the-- Fair Com REPLIES TO PROTEST FOR TOBACCO MEN . fortune in the history of the com- ed). to give a pany fair in Hartford this pany. was reached, last weekr and Lieut. Shown, who Is next In rank summer Is welcomed by fair goers throughout and next in the esteem of tho men. TELLS INDIANA WOMAN GUARDS STATE DEPARTMENT AFTER REcounty. wilt be temporarily in command un- tho LIEF FROM ARE ON-- THE RORDER FOR The fatr will be held the last week til he Is given the commission as capPROTECTION. September, these dates having tain or until Capt. DeWeese Is rein- of been selected because of their folstated. Ttho State fair at Loulsvlllo Sergt. Marvin Hoover has brought lowing Washington, July 24. At the re- Washington, July 26. In reply and the Ilutler County Fair at Mor- honor to Co. II and tho Third RegiLquest of Representative Alben W. Roger Wil- gantown. The' company expects to to a complaint form Mrs. Henry ment by having won the the State Department Induce stock men attending thoso Smith, of Winamac, Ind., who has a Barkley liams medal which Is given to tho agreed to reopen negotiations Kentucky rifle team fairs to bring their animals to Hnrt- son In the National Guard, President wUh-.lhemember of tho j ford, assuring good .races and show Government of Great Brit Wilson wrote that the Guard who mnUoi tho highest score nt tho was being kept on the Mexican bor- - a'n to obtain relief for tobacco ex-drings. National match. Tho medal was to protect tho country, not for porters. The Kentucky Congressmen The beautiful grounds, owned by w'oii by Sorgt. Hoover at JacksonCompany will be put In drill, and that the services tho men ' protested against tho action of Eng-wer- e ville, Pla., last summer and it was tho Fair big show. Tho performing were an honor to lani ln Placing effective July 15 the formally presented to him at parade good condition for the buildings and fences will bo white- them and "a necessity to the United uan UP0I shipments of tobacco to Monday afternoon. j neutral nations, one of the provls- washed and the track, which is one States. A four mile hike was made WedIons of the Orders in Council, which of the fastest In the State, will bo The President referred to the prenesday morning as a practice march. put In the best condition. There is cautions of the War Department to wero raised last November. This was the first real work the men Tho Kentucklan pointed out to ofa possibility of some new buildings make the border camps safe against have had and Is an indication that being added. disease, and said tho health record of ficials- of the State Department that much more Is soon to follow. Many Is being arranged. Kentucky tobacco growers A werooo much occupied with vacci- Manygood programpremiums will be both regulars and guardsmen was ex- dark other States have Jn larga orders tempting ceptionally good. His letter was made and nation arms to take the walk but with aents'In Germany and for tho show rings and they are each day growing fewer and offered, both displays. Sldo attrac- public because many communications and that having gone upon Austria tho as tloral hall similar to that of Mrs. Smith are beIn a few days every man will be lit tions will be here for the visitors, ing received and to answer criticisms sumption that the order would not actual duty. for probably Including some aoroplane that the meu of the National Guard enforced after It was canceled last New Clothe iMtucd. flights, and the usual shows and are not being properly cared for. The November stand to lose heavily, New clothes have been issued to speelcrs will be present to udd to the Under the original provision of the letter follows: 4 all tho commands and men who for- merriment. Orders in Council, tobacco shipments "Your letter of July 23 distresses merly looked like tramps are now Holland, The Netherlands and me a good deal because It shows that for very neat and soldierly looking. The EMPLOYES CITY other neutrals had to be sent care of you have not been correctly Inform is very welcome. Everychange The Netherlands Oversea Trust, thing is graduully straightening out Strike nt Pittsburg For Higher Wages ed as to tho purpose of having the which Is permitted to operate under National Guard at the border. It Is and the fort Is getting to bo an or- 830 Men Involved. guarariteo toGreat Britain of delivery not for the purpose of drill, but for derly homo. When orders to move to proper neutrals. Last November are given many will regret leaving Pittsburg, July 20. Eight hun- tho purpose of protecting tho coun- the order was amended to permit totry. Tho service that the men are Ft. Thomas. dred nnd fifty street sweepers, tenm-stor- s, bacco shipments to be consigned to First May Mine Monihiy. park laborers and chauffeurs, performing thero Is an honor to neutrals "or order." In this manner Guardsmen of tho First regiment, employes of tho city who have been them and a necessity to the United tobacco was allowed to reach the numbering approximately 700 offi organized Into a local union of the States. I cannot bellovo that the Central Powers. Labor, men In the National Guard would cers and men, will depart Monday American Federation of for tho Mexican border, along with struck for an lncreaso In wa- - wish to bo oxcused from It or would MEXICAN AFFAUt tho signal corps, ambulance- compa- Iges, and the abolition of white unl lose heart because of tho dlscom hospital, If tho De- forms for sweepers. Tho statement ' for's nn(1 Inconveniences 0f the ser- ny and tho field At a Stand Still; Another MI.Mindei-titandln- g partment of tho East nets favorably to tho public says they now receive vice, Over Commission. "The War Department has the on the reconunoudatlon mado to It an average of $2.40 for nti elght-ihocamps on tho border under the most by Captain Gaston R. Gibday and work only 200 days In Washington, . July 2G. Developson, senior mustering olllcer at F. tho year. They want an Increase of caroful Inspection and Is using every means known to make them sanltarv ments on tho diplomatic discussions Thomas. five conts an hour. with tho Carranza government have Soon after the men went out the nnd safe against disease. Tho health been at a stand still for five dnys, recor of ho ,nen on tho ,or(lor' both NEGRO TROOPS FIRED UPON city administration made an appeal ! the regulars and the National Guards awaiting a reply to tho suggestions WHEN TEXAN IS ATTACKED to tho drivers of street flushing of tho United States. It Is understood men, Is exceptionally good. to keep thorn In operation "I would not havo you think that that the United States desires that Antonio, Tex., July 24. Four Snn of the presence of Infantile apthe power of tho commission BOldlors of tho Eighth Illinois Infan- paralysis and the desiro of tho Health I do not sympathize with your dispointed to seek a solution of border try, 11 negro reglmont, wore shot and Department to havo all streets wash- tress In tho absences of your son, but greator than Carby a squad of tho ed regularly. Tho men aro expected I beg thut you will take these larger difficulties bo far wounded ranza has proposed. Officials believe matters into consideration." provost guard which had como to tho to give their answer tonight. that tho circulation in Mexico City rescue of a white man the soldiers of an inaccurate statement of the NEGRO FARM AGENT wero attacking near tho military PLAYED CARDS TO SEE APPOINTED IN CHRISTIAN status of negotiations has proven an WHO SHOULD ATTACK camp. Tho guard fired low and all obstacle in deciding tho scope of the tho men wounded were hit In tho Hopklusvlllo, Ky., July 25. An- proposed commission's discussions. Throe O., July 25. Cincinnati, logs. None was seriously hurt. Hubert'G. Henno, a lawyer of Now negroes, prisoners at the county jail, nouncement was made today that nt 00,000 Resume Strike. Uraunfels, Tex., was tho man attack- played cards to Bee which of them a conference hero Monday of agents Now York, July 26. Garment Ho de- should strike down Anna Hart, tho of tho Extension Department of Aged by tho negro soldiers. clared later that his assailants had Jail matron, who died at tho Goneral riculture In Kentucky It was decided workers refused today to ratify their manubeen drinking, and this, it was said, Hospital from Injuries suffered when to appoint a negro agriculturist to In- leaders' agroement with tho President Schlesnger orbehind with an struct Christian county colored farm- facturers. was substantiated by a subsequent sho was struck from The lawyer Iron bar. Reuben Ellis, who con- ers Jn scientific cultivation of crops. dered the unlpn back on a strike. olllclal investigation. to County Jailer Peote This will bo the first negro farm 60,000 are being Involved. driving down fessed y was In his automobile u street which extends from tho ar- In effect that he was the man who agent In Kentucky and the first time my post to the camp and passed n struck the woman, supplemented his exclusive instruction has been given SLAYS GUARD AND ESCAPES FROM REFORMATORY group of negro soldiers, when a rock confession at detective headquarters. to colored tillers of the soil. Thero car. He Bald that he was. the loser In the are 873 negroes la Christian, county was thrown which struck the Louisville. Ky., July 26. Fearing Houno stopped tho car, alighted, game and 'that ho attacked Mjas who own farms and many others who they would be killed If they madean lease lands. advancing group Hart. Virned toward tho ORDER-IN-COUNCIL. to-d- ay to-d- ay cr I i to-d. ur ma-chinso ht to-da- .yrz7mm:'tHBl ' ' g if FIRST SUBMARINE BUILT APRIL, 1777 OniGIXAIi UNirEK WATKIt TERROR CRUIH2 AKKAIlt, AMERICAN INVENTION. BRITISH OFFER REWARD Atumipts of Undersea Craft Failed JUt KiirIWi Were Frclj;litcncl And HoiiRlit Inventor. isj'ipbably no word in the English language has taken up so much of ...our national thought In the past year as submarine, and it Is Interest- t ilrig to know that the inventor of tkat type f boat was a Connecticut man. The career or the first' underwater vessel ever built was short, but during its active existence it caused the British Admiralty about as much worry and trouble as the German says ths "U" boats are doing St. Louis Star. It was in the year 1742 that David Bushnell, the inventor, was born. Ho first saw light of day on his father's farm at Westbrook. Information about him is scarce, and not always reliable. However, we know that he stayed on his father's to-da- terward David Bushnell entered Yale College. In those days boys entered college at an early ago generally about 14 or 15 years old, but this fact did not deter Mr. Bushnell from registering. He was 27, but he wasn't too old to learn. The idea of the submarine boat seems to be with him early in his college life, the Hartford Courant farm until ho was 27 years old. His father died in 17C9, and, shortly af- "ttllfrttsf but nothing abtwr it" until after graduation. The first step he took, after receiving the ho-di- rt much coveted diploma, was to prove that powder would explode under woferl" Why this fact needed to be ''demonstrated is more than we can tell, but in order to enlighten the wot Id, and provo to his own satisfaction that it would explode when so burled, Mr. Bushnell placed some in an especially prepared box, and placed tho box in the water, under a plank and several barrels of stones. When the explosion occurred, barrels, stones and water went high and far, and David Bushnell was satis-lied. In April of the year 1777 he informed Gov. Trumbull and tho council that he had a contrivance that could blow up tho whole British navy. Gov. Trumbull listened and was so deeply impressed with the prac ticability Of tho idea, that he rendered Mr. Bushnell all the service he could in the construction of that first underwater boat. When finished it looked more like a huge turtle than like a boat, so Us builder called It the "American Turtle." It was seven feet long and about as many feet wide. It carried a compass and a barometer; tho latter instrument to tell how far below the surface of tho water ho was. The several openings 'were fitted with heavy glass, and the interior was The ballighted with phosphorus. last was put under tho keel in such a manner that it could be lowered and used as an anchor. When the operator desired to descend ly open-- a valve in the bottom of tho boat and let in the required amount of water, and when ho wanted to como to the surface ho made uso of two brass force pumps that were provided for that puipoho. Sufficient air could bo carried to last tho crow of one man, all that tho boat would hold, thirty minutes. As gasoline engines and electric motors were still unknown, the only power that could bo used to propel tho boat was man power, and bo the operator was obliged to net us his own onglno. Just abovo tho rudder wcro placed two hollow oak logs containing tho powder 1G0 pounds each. These magazines, bolng Ughtor than water, would riso agalnBt the bottom of tho ship to bo destroyed. In order to insure their staying whoro thoy wcro put tho was to screw thoni to tho ship. A llttlo clocklike device inside those magazines regulated tho explosion. It could bo set for any length of timo up to twelvo hours, hut if the "Infernal machine" was dlscovcied and taken aboard for closer Inspection, as was actually done once, a llttlo wheel on the outside would revolvo and sot tho mechanism to go oft In five minutes. Tho first experiment was mado on n ship lythe Eagle, a ing ut anchor lu New York harbor. A brother of Pavlil Bushnell intended to act ,88 crow, but ho folt sick, ajii no wiuTunablo to fill tho post. Tlie,' .honor was finally conferred " in one of the stationed lucre. ' whether tho Sergeant really welcomed tho opportunity or not, wo do not know, or slxty-four-guup-quregl-ments but wv do know that he fulled either IjJiS. WHITCOMB RILEY to blow up the Eaglo or make him- solf a hero. Tho screw that was to HAS CROSSED THE BAR hold tho magazine to tho ship struck something metallic, and so would not b.cl.1. Tho whole trouble wan probably duo to tho Sergeant's Inex- BELOVED POET XK INDIAN VICAnyway, SUFperience and nervousuoss, TIM OK PARALYSIS ho started for tho shorn vlth tho FERED FROM HEAT. magazine, but, fearing that tho British had sighted him, ho let it go, and hastened for terra flrma. Tho Indianapolis, July 22. James torpedo had been set to explode in Whltcomb Riley died at his homo toone hour, which it accordingly did, night nt 10:59 o'clock from n stroko thoroughly frlghtontng the British. of paralysis. He had asked for a Tho failure to blow up the Ragle drink of wator and reclined on his did not discourage David Bushnoll. bed again. Miss dementia Prougli, A little while later ho tried again, the nurse, noticing that the poet and this time piloted the boat him- seemed not ,to be resting easily, apself. .This second attempt, made-Ioproached his bed. He died beforo tho Cerberus, at anchor off New Lon- she reached his side. don, also failed, at least as far as Mr. Riley suffered a violent stroko tho Cerberus wus concerned, but tho about 7:30 o'clock tills morning, and Yankee men aboard a captured tho members of his household wcro schooner-lyin- g astern of tho frigato greatly alarmed, but under Dr. Carlo-to- n noticed the line connected with tho B. McCulloch's ministrations ho torpedo, and, thinking it was a fishsoemed to Improve. Early ing line, they draw it aboanh it he was said to be much better, and inwas then that the special attachformation was giyen to tho public ment Bushnell had put on camo inwas In no danger. destroyed that he play. The explosion to Mr. Riley suffered his first attack the schooner and killed three men. After this, strange to say, the idea of paralysis July 10, 1910. None of Mr. Riley's family, which seemed to have been dismissed, and Henry soon forgot tho invention nnd includes his brother-in-lasailors the inventor, hut tho British evi- Eitel, his nephew, Edmund II. Eitcl, dently appreciated Bushnell, if tho and his ueice. Miss Elizabeth Eitcl, They were in the room when the poet died. Continental Congress didn't. He recovered and seemed to be In offered a reward for him, dead or alive, and onco they actually had good health until lie was stricken a him, though at the time they did not second time. Tills stroke caused u realize it. He was captured In an complete paralysis of ills right side, engagement witli thoni, and sent the severity of the stroke woro away aboard a frigate in Boston borbor. somewhat until the poet's hand Fearing that they would discover seemed tho most affected. Mr. RiIllwho lie really was and send him "the ley's determination 'to battle the way of all flesh" before the proper ness was shown at that timo when time, he acted as though he were he set about laboriously to learn to Picking up an ax, write with his left hand. For several years Mr. Riley has he proceeded to chop at the ratlines. When asked what he was doing that spent his winters In Florida. On his for, ho replied that he always had return north last May he "never felt Since to clear the brush on his father's better," as he expressed It. farm. The commander, on hearing that time he has beefn In excellent pf d "the fool" put ashore. spirits and seemed unusually strong. While the officer, that had taken He had been able to go to his pubhim ashore, was taking a drink in lishers frequently, and was out. In jiis one of the taverns, Bushnell wrote automobile as late as Friday. Mr. Riley was' born lir 1853. One a note, telling who ho was, and sent What of the most unique celebrations in the it back te ,the commander. the comuiajider. said on reading it is country was held in his honor Oct. 7, 1915, when "Riley Day" was obnot known. Some years later Robert Fulton served by a banquet' In Indianapolis, "borrowed" the Idea, and tried to and In the schools of the country atinterest the United States, France tended by more than 1,000,000 chiland England, one after the other, in dren. Men prominent In business it, but with each one it seemed to bo nnd politics from all over the couna case of "thumbs down." Howev- try assembled to do the poet homage we find the submarine one and many congratulatory messages er, y of the biggest factors in the. arma- were received from abroad. ment of the nations. Tho poet's philosophy of life and his manner of expressing it in Hoos-ie- r Will Sloan's Liniment Relievo Pain? dialect won for him years ago a Try it and see one applicatloa place In tho hearts of the public. will provo more than a column of Mr. Riley never married. His nearclaims. James S. Ferguson, Phila , est living relative is a sister, Mrs. Pa. writes: "I have had wonderful Mary Payne, of New York. relief since I used Sloan's Liniment on my knees. To think after all these Constipation and Indigestion. years of paln one application gave "I have used Chamberlain's TabMany thanks for what lets and must say they are tho best mo relief. your remedy has done for me." Don't I have ever used for constipation and keep on suffering, apply Sloan's Lini indigestion. My wife also used them ment where ypur pain is and notice for indigestion and they did her S. Knight, Eugene how quick you get relief. Penetrates good," writes without rubbing. Buy it at any Drug Wilmington, N. C, Chamberlain's 3 Tablets aro mild and gentle In their Store. 25c. action. Glvo them a trial. You are Simple Simon went a fishing in certain to be pleased with the agreehis mother's pail. able laxative effect which they prom "Not so simple, at that," declared duce. Obtainable everywhere. "I've spent tho amateur sportsman. m sa time and money getting to a place HOW PURE STAINED GLASS where the likelihood of catching fish WAS .MADE CENTURIES AGO was no whit greater." Detroit Free Press. Purity of method In stained glass depends. In tho first Instance, on the Insistence upon the glass, the pot metal unaltered by painting, as the HAD . beautiful thing, its beauty to be en hanced by the combination of color Then, with color, tint with tint. another characteristic should be the insistence on the lead sasli bar as a very Important dark background to Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetatho brilliant figure composition, ble Compound Helped Her. flower pattern or landscape effect, this background being comparative- West Danby, N. Y. "I have had ly small in tho spaco it occuplos, hut nervous trouble all my life until I took very posltlvo because of its opacity. ujuiuu.iiuniiaiua- ifn contrast Willi mo uriiuuiii irans- ogotauie uom- ,..cenev of ali surface of gluss. pound for nerve3 To really be a stained glass win tfP"?!?f tJ and for f cmalo troubles and it straight dow and not a painted or partially ened mo out in good painted ono, the window, both as .a shape. I work nearly whole and in all details of design and all tho time, as wo color, should consist of a combination live on a farm and I of different pieces of glass put have four girls. I do precisely as In mosaic work. p II1L ill all my sewing and Mosaic is opaquo and Is laid upon n other work with cement. You porceivo their help, bo it surface with tho pattern or design as you would shows that I stand it real well. I took Stained glass, on tho Compound when my ten year old that of a picture daughter came and it helped mo a lot. tho other hand, is translucent and is. I havo also had my oldest girl take it held lu placo by an Irregular frame nnd it did her Iota of good. I keep it in composed of lead sash bars. A tho houso all tho timo and recommend stained glass window is set up whoro it." Mrs. Dewitt Sincebaugh, West tho light will shine through It. It Danby, N. Y. is light coming through tho rich, Sleeplessness, nervousness, irritabildeep colors of stained glass, all the. ity, backache, headaches, dragging senricher becauso of the heaviness and sations, all point to female derangements which may bo overcome by Lydlu thickuoss of tho glass Itself, which gives to tho windows like those In the E. Pinkham's Vegetablo Compound. This famous remedy, tho medicinal cathedrals of Bourgos or Chartrcs ingredients of which uro derived from that glorious effect studied and laudnative roots and herbs, has for forty ed by every artist, architect and lovyears proved to bo, a most valuable tonic er of tho beautiful who has visited, and invigorafcorof the female organism, ! these edifices; - . Women everywhere bear willing testiIn tho twelfth and thirteenth cenmony to tho wonderful virtue of Lydia glass would E. Pinkhum'a Vegotablo Compound. turies an artist ht weak-minded. thiat-orderc- not havo thought of producing tils in any other way. But later on tho worker In glass, for the purpa-- e of meeting tho great demand for windows In color created by the Introduction of ribbed vaulting in churches, with Its resultant enlargement of window spaco, cheapened tho of-fo- 2HBBB Net ranfamtalSTl-iiaDrar- J GASTORIA 1 process by Introducing painted glass. This was painted on tho surface ntul then fired; but ir1iad nnd has nothing llko tho richness and beauty of real stained glass. Tho pigment most used was a dark brown, with which tho light was "stopped ouC" In places it was thinned down to give effect, or It was a shaded with thin lines by which the samolrcsult was obtained with greater brilliancy, but it was not truo stained glass. To direct church decoration back to tho old legitimate lines of stained glass and mosaics, back to the great traditions of tho twelfth and thirteenth centuries such has been tho ambition of Louis C. Tiffany's career A life that ho could have devoted to lelsuro and the pursuit of pleasure bus been devoted to hard work and tho ardent pursuit of art. Mr. Tiffany is one of tho oldest living NaHo Is well tional Academicians. known as a painter. But he is best known as a worker In glass who Is reviving nnd In this country tho art of glass as it was practiced in Its finest efflorescence during the Middle Ages. It 13 In this country's tendency to discard tho decadent glass that was Introduced for the sake of cheapness nnd return to the glories of the twelfth and thirteenth centuries that Mr. Tiffany perceives America's true progress in church decoration. nt ffll lTn7m3 yiuiauiuu For Infants and ChiidrorL Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria j P iinglteSlouuchsand AVeetab1eIYtftnuoafcrAs' c'mn.ii nd hetoouauuui- Always v- Bears the ' Promotes nnil ..'" it... rtirirfilt' uiRcsiiuuw""--t Signature of AM W f y.r VV.U' r" IVi OpiunUJorputacnoriun"1-No- Nakcotic. JUxSri JUdstSttif In ,Ancrfccl Remedy forUas, fT v 4i Use For Over lOSSOFJJtEtlmm-life - j i to?? hu; ?- ! IMpPWr llii "3U MT' iii1 i - M'iw vTTJU. Thirty Years gTi I CASTORIA . - WOMAN NERVOUS TROUBLE Wasteful Uso of Paper. Just now tho price of paper Is soaring, due In part to increased co3t of manufacture-- , but largely to demand." With Improved trade conditions business 'men by thousands arc printing catalogs and other announcements with a result that paper is selling for twice what It brought six months ago. Even a: tho present' high, prices' concerns arc ordering "a year's supply of office rtatlonery and- - envelopes, when a six months' supply would be reason-ibl- y safe and help bring supply and demand together. A most excellent suggestion is mado by Gcorgo F Lord, advertising manager of a very large company, who states that his concern had Intended to double tho size of their house organ with 200,-00- 0 circulation per month, but will not do so at present. In order not to disturb tho paper situation. Thoy letteralso have adopted half-siz- e heads for all short letters, and are carrying out tho same principle In all their printed matter. As Mr. Lord suggests. If all business men would adopt the same policy every purpose would be equally well served and a saving effected which would he surprising. As the above lines were being written, somo mall was laid on the desk, and the very first pleco proved a glaring examplo of useless wust3. An envelope 9 by 12 Inches, made a of heavy bond paper, contained sheet of flno bristol board tho samo size, and a sheet of heavy, expensive paper which when unfolded spread out IS by 24 Inches. Only four of tho eight pages contained any printing, and tho first page, 9 by 12 Indies, carried Just eight words lu typo; another pago moderate-size- d contained only 23 words, and ths entire text spread ovor four pages could easily havo been printed on one page without omitting a singln word. Hero then wero eight large pages, of which four were white paper, where one pago would have anof the swered. And the burden story told was that somebody had "Increased his rovenuo" a certain per cent! And a day's mail brings to most business men an armful of paper wasted, most of which promptly finds Its way Into the wastebask-o- t. 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Cull mo on Hartford Mill Co., 'pliooo, or address mo at Hartford, Ky. : t0 er Taking XUn Chancre.. a great risk to travel without a bottle of Chamberlaln'H Colic, I'hol-or- a and Diarrhoea Remedy, as thl3 preparation cannot bo obtained on We Knock the Spots Out of Things Attuoks tho trains or steamships. of bowol complaints aro often sudden nnd very sovero, and everyone should go prepared for them. Obm tainable everywhere. 4--p Fronch Dry Cleaned anil Pressed In Superior Manner. "Do you think your father would us your Garments and Have Send consent to our marriage?" Them "Ho might. Father's so eccentric." Buffalo Exprws. CLEANED CLEAN It Is Ladies' and Men's Garments 'sy t X I Vuu Fifty-flvo typewriters. Shorthand, sons oxplaincd ky Moving ture machine. Seven big LesPicDe- partments Book- Packages called for and delivered. CASTOR I A For Infants and Children THE ELITE PRESSING CLUB A. Iva Null, Prop,, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY Subscribe for The Hartford Republican $1.00 per year. keeping, Telegraphy, Stenotypy, Mub:j, Primary Normal. Expert tenchers. Modern equipment. Position assured. Wrlto for catalogue. -- In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears the Signature of Daviess Co, Bus, .College ' . &Ly0&&L InSofpota46d! OAVEN8tfOROVKY; OFFICER GOES MAD SLAYS HIS OWN MEN mm: imiviis oniiMA.v and nntsTixo of .shells LIEUTEN- ANT INSANE. nM, fffllfil Again A Soliloquy in Two July 23 (6:30 p. m.). The destruction of a German fortified work on the Somme front wns marked by a tragic episode, says La Liberie. The order was given to destroy tho fort nt whatever cost. In Pnj-ls- , PA Paragraphs I Smith's number? "If Jones won't provide sufficient telephone facilf. ties for his customers, he can't Blame me for dealing elsewhere. Operator, give me 437." a moment longer on that fellow. Let me "That's the third time thu morning. can't wait what u How do you know this very occurrence doesn't happen with your single telephone. Have an auxiliary line; the cost is trifling. Call the business Office CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPII COMPANY INCORPORATED BOX 119, OWENSBORO, KY. ENGLAND IMPRESSED this, but simply because we had arrived nt Charles VII, ho related to us the glorious ndventurc of Joan of Among us was ono pupil who remained listless. Questioned, he refused to nnswer, and our venerable professor was hurt. I still remember his reproachful tones. "No, I shall not punish you," ho said. "One does not punish young Frenchmen who are not Interested In Joan of Arc. Itather one pities BY LOYALTY OF INDIA Arc. Hunjniu: itHWAitn in tangible FOKM IH FAVOKEII WANTS AHH MAHK KNOWN. London, July 22. A scries of lectures is being delivered here under them." llto auspices of the newly formed We didn't understand very well Homo Ilulo for India League by Mr. why Father Mlchaut had suddenly Jinarajadasa, on the subject, "What become so grave and reproachful, Indin Wants After The War." but we felt that there was a depth The great loyallty of India, which of meaning In his words. This meanastonished the world at large and ing wo realized later on. From the bitterly disappointed Germany at the French of Maurlco Donnay, in Caroutbreak of the war, has made a toons Magazine. deep impression In England and everybody agrees that a suitable reward must be given In tangible form. When the league was started It was attacked by n few people who thought that It was the Intention to agitato for home rule during the war, but the leaders of the movement promptly repudiated this. They state that their aim Is to educate a grateful British public on the question of India's needs, so that when tho war Is over nnd the whole question of British Imperial reconstruction is considered, India may not be forgotten, and they point to the fact that India has never been mentioned in the discussions which have been going on with regard to imbo-In- g less than six hours more than 2, GOO great shells were fired at it and tho defense gave way ouo by one In a cloud of dust nnd smoke. Tho Infantry then went forwnrd and the German positions wero conquered. French nrtlllcry officers, examinITARTFOIII) PRESSING CLUB. ing the ruins, discovered amid a Clothes cleaned nnd pressed. mass of debris a Bavarian officer with Satisfaction guaranteed. his chest crushed and at the point of death. At sight of the French offi Work called for and dclivcrod. Shop cers the Bavarian seemed to collect over Ohio County Bottling Works. ED. NALL. Prop. hlmpclf, then began to speak softly, 42tr tho Frenchmen kneeling about him. THE WORLD MOVES ON. The story told by the Bavarian and later recounted by an artillery offWauled to Know. icer was to the effect that thirty-tw- o men had occupied the work. After A woman was having n conten- the bombardment had continued for tious conversation with the street a time, half of tho men were victims j car conductor, who was extremely of an awful death. curt in his replies. Two were dccapltnted nnd of three A fellow passenger, also a woman, others, near whom n shell exploded, leaned forward and eald: "I be-- ; The sur-- . long In New York; perhaps I can tell not a vestige remained. 'vr- -, emiched at the bottom of the you what you want to know." subterranean shelters nnd awaited "No, you can't!" snapped the first their fate. woman, Ircfully. "I want to know Another terrific explosion occur- how many hours a dny he works, red, the men being thrown together how much money he gets nnd how in n confused heap. Almost Immelarge a family he has to support." diately llanies shot up from the unThe conductor murmured somederground cavern. There was a mo- thing about "n bug." the sociological ment of indescribable terror, for new inquirer glared, and the would-b- e The helper resolved never to offer asfire was ravaging the work. Lieutenant in command went mad sistance again. and shouted wildly at Imaginary enemies. Then in tho sinister glare of Not Even Soft Soap. the flames the officer set furiously High cost of soap, and going upon his men, killing one after anis conspiring to discourage clean other nnd was himself burned to liness among the Germans. Even death. soft soap is no longer cheap. Do- -, The Bavarian determined not to mestlc toilet soaps are enormously die by the hand of his chief and high, nnd imported toilet soaps have scaled the ruins, clinging to a slope almost disappeared from the marof the work, only to be buried un- ket. der a block of stone. He died soon , Thus accumulate the woes of after the French officers found him in the hospital to which they carried him. What Wo Throw Away. I i I means of furnishing nnothcr attraction for Visitors. Permission being obtained from the officials, the city government cooper-nte- d with nu clcctrlc-Ilghtin- g company, which makes a particular kind of electric lamp, throwing n brilliant light. A battery of five lamps was placed Just below Prospect Point, so that they Illuminated the large American fnlls. A second collection of lights five in nil was Installed on tho first bridge to Goat Island. This Illuminated the cataracts from that point down to the odge of the falls. The largest battery was plnced on the promontory of Goat Island, which gives nn easy view of the Luna Falls und Luna Island. Here 15 lights In two rows gave a powerful glare, and with the others, Illuminated nil of tho falls between Prospect Point and Goat Island. state-reservati- ;sfMarsfws Big Line of Sport Shirts Values. 50c, $1.00 and $1.50 Come In and See What Big g. Hub Clothing Co. HARTFORD, KY. SV&VSSflSSSr Certainly Buy I a Johnston The Johnston Harvesting Machinery is made stronger with fewer parts to wear out and break, yet they are easier to operate and will do good work where other machines fail. We are anxious to pjove this to you and any inquiries will have prompt attention. We Carry a complete line of repairs for any Machine we sell. We also carry repairs for Deering, McCormick, Milwaukee and Champion Mowers and will be pleased to furnish you anything in this line at reasonable prices. We can rebuild your old machine. Children Cry FLETCHER'S C ASTO R A FOR I perial federation. Tho Intention of tho league is to In the direction out tho rcfo-m- s for which of most tho leaders of educated Indian opinion nro working, and to appeal to all who bellcvo In evolution rather than revolution, and who, in tho words of tho promoters, "desire that India shall nake her proper place with a contented and loyal people in tha councils of tho British Empire." An educative propaganda on strictly constitutional lines will, they consider, provide a safety vulvo for discontent which might otherwise take n dnngorouaJorm. (( of tho lelifcuo "India," say, "docs not wish to separate her-so- lf from England, but she demands qquallty with the British In her own .et the-leade- Household Suggestions. To remove stains from wallpaper, mix a little grated clay with enough water to make a smooth paste, spray this over tho stain and leave for 12 hours. Afterward scrape It off with n paper knife or other blunt Instrument and brush with a soft brush. No truce of the stain will remain. chairs, Td tighten wash the chair in a strong solution of soda and water and let It get thoroughly dry. When dry It will bo found that the cano has shrunk and cane-bottom- the seat tightened. Brooms put Into boiling water once a week and then plunged into cold water will become tough and dura-- , blc, last twice as long as those not treated thus, and will sweep better and not cut tho carpet. For cleaning white kid shoes, a lather made of pure white soap and Brush oft as milk Is excellent. much dirt as possible before scrubbing with the lather. To cool Jellies or hlanc mange In a short time, take a handful of salt and tho samo of soda; put It in a mowl of wnter and stand tho Jelly mold In it. Sprinkled on tho carpet before sweeping, salt will lay the dust and revive tho color. Tumblers, fruit dishes, lamp chimneys, globes and other similar articles can be mended when broken .with the following preparation: Take flvo parts of gelatine to one part of nf potash. solution of bichromate Cover tho broken edges with this and press together, then place In direct sunlight for a few hours. The mended article will not come npart If washed In boiling water, nor will the " land.' a Your Bowels Should Moe Once n Day. A free easy movement of the bowels every day is a 6ign of good health. Dr. King's New Life Pills will give you a gentle laxative effect without griping, und free your system of blood polsons.purlfy your blood.ovcr-com- o constipation and have an excellent tonic effect on the entire sys- breaks bIiow. tem. Makes you feel like living. 3 Only 25c at your druggists. The After Effects. Jones was operated on for appendicitis, Ho was placed in a small "Kid." A Wur-Tlm- o ward to recover from the anesthetic, word consecrat"Kids!" Another ed by usago and recognized by lexi- his bed being between that of two cographers. ' The term embraces all patients previously operated on. As the lads and lassies, urchins, hob- ho awoke, he said: "Thank heaven, bledehoys, chits and little ones, but that's over!" "Oh, no," said tho patient on ha uomehow It means more than all right "when I was ontrated on tho these. In 1870 It too, was a kid. How doctor left a sponge nnd' had to go did I look upon tho war? What back o get it." "Yes, Indeed," moaned tho patient memories do I retain of it? I was a wentto school qt tho on tho loft, "when I wm ooerated en and Vanvcs Lyceum, which was then the tho doctor left tho scissor: nnd bad & "lyceo du Prince Imperial." It was to go back and cut thorn out. ' '! In July, and the war had Just been Just then tho surgeon put M'J As it happened, Father head In the door and asked, "Has . declared. Mlchaut held his class in history on anyone here seen my hatv" Then this historic day, and not because of Jones fainted. Tho Lyceum World. necessity for strict Because Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera nnd economy of the more and n Judicious use j Diarrhoea Remedy. Every family without exception of public and private utilities, the utilization of waste products and the should keep this preparation nt hand of mnterials during the hot weather of the sum- economic conversation special attexi; ' have recently received mer months. Chamberlain's Colic, A recent In Halifax, England Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is tlon need-- 1 report of the health officer of that worth many times Its cost when place has embodied a number of ideas ed and is almost certain to bo needrecovery of useful material , ed before the summer Is over. It for the house refuse. has no superior for tin? purposes Tor from An alysls of house refuse was rewhich It is Intended. Buy it now. cently made by the Leeds city comm Obtainable evsrywhere. mercial manager, according to whom 33 per cent of house refuse Is cinVanishing Wooden Indian. ders, 13 per cent paper, cardboard, The Indian and the buffalo, two of 11 per cent old tins, bottles, America's earliest representatives, etc., rubbish, etc., and 43 per cent dust. became extinct at the samo time cinders could be economicalat least, as rapidly as they could be ly If the separated it is argued that a relapoor oxocutcd to make room for Then tively cheap form of fuel could be white trash that follow them. furnished-t- o the poor and a new came the wooden Indian. What now source of Income be provided for the has become of him? Tls true, the municipality. hemlock tribe were less persistent in gathering scalps than their aniShirt WnNtK Instead of Tunics. mated brethren of earlier days and We go to ancient Greece for ideas easier to subdue if need be, for ono on graceful garments, but modern blow of tho ax would put tho kibosh on him for good nnd nil time. His- Greece comes to tho United States ready-mad- e garments. There is tory does not dwell on this noble re- for ready-mad- o plica of an Important element In the no market, howover, for tho tailored suit, since the Greek I have onward march of civilization. cheaply that ono can learned that the enrly white settler tailors work so ut- get n suit made to order as cheaply became so lonesome for trouble, ready-mad- e tailored suit of the ter tho redskin had cashed In, that as a samo materials. . , he chopped out a few wooden ImitaWomen's shirt waists nnd skirts tion Indians to set up about his nro just beginning to make their premises, all colored and tomahawkaro. gaining ed. This furnished him the needed apearanco In Greece nnd A far cry from the iu popularity. oxcltement to make life bearable In the lonely waste of prairie land, nnd ancient tunic. soon tho wooden Indian began to Our Drug Markets. innko himself felt In tho settlements. day Most of our drugs and medicines Ho could be seen any bright skulking around tobacco shops and have been derived from plants which challenging peacoful wayfarers with grow wild In Europe. Because of the a bunch of hemlock cigars, but decay war there has been a shortage of overtook him and his docllo tribe many of these drugs and a constant disappeared; and now, rise In prices. of paint-face- s This has Incited the cultivation of as this condition begins to prey upon my mind and I yearn for knowl- plants for medical purposes In this edge, I ask you point blank, what In country. The largest plantation for has become of him? Zlm, In tho growing of these plants is conducted by members of tho staff of Cartoons Magazluo. the Hahnemann Medical College nnd Hospital at Lawdalo, Pa. Most of Niagara Falls. Illuminating Thousands of tourists from all tho plants grown thero under cultiparts of tho country who have visit- vation aro superior to those found ed Niagara Falls during tho season, wild In Germany. This is particu wero treated to on unusual sight,' larly truo of belladonna, which has when tho falls were Illuminated by! been made to produco three times tho strength required by tho Amerilargo incandescent lamps with The Gorman Tho lights were placed In can Pharmacopoeia. artlclo In medicinal vnluo has n perpositions, as an threo different tho trials wero bo success- centage of .150, while tho percentage grown ful that illumination of the falls will required Is .300. Tho plants probably hereafter be a permanent' at Lawdalo averngo .900. Besides belladonna, digitalis, used feature. Stanley W. Todd, writing in tlin in treating tho heart; camomile and August Popular Mechanics Magazluo, aconite, used In treutlng fevers,' and gives an account of tho experiment, Pulsatilla, a catarrh remedy, are which was carried ou by tho officials among tho plants cultivated. Many well known plants In this of tho city of Niagara Falls, as a I A. B. Row 6c Son Ceiitertowri, Ky. VanderbiJt Training School for Boys ELKTON, KY. Will help parents develop their eons into the best type of citizens and Christian gentlemen. Its patronage is widely scattered and comes from the best homes in the South. Its capacity is limited,- therefore, reservations should be- made early. Place your son in this select gioup of boys. Write - - MATHEIMEY & BATTS For catalogue and information. Box A. country yield flavors and medfclno. From the mint family are derived spearmint, catnip, sage, peppermint, pennyroyal, thyme and basil. From the parsnips come fennel, carraway, coriander and anise. Sassafras and camphor are of the lau rel family, and from the composite family come wormwood, camomile, dandelion and tansy. Jimson. belladonna and tobacco, all In tho drug business, are relatives of tho potato. Memphis Commercial Appeal, Must IlrlnR Dead To Life. Wnlter Prlchnrd' Eaton, in the Au gust American Magazine asks: "What Is tho final end and aim of acting? It is not to repeat the au thor's lines. It In not to give propulsion to the events of the author's story. It Is to bring to life tho author's characters. Now, in tho actual world, the charaoter does not a qualiexist devoid of personality ty we need hardly try to define, since it eludes definition, but is perfectly Tho well recognized by everybody. most Interesting people aro those with the most interesting personalities. A colorless nerson we say has little personality. Thereforo, on tho stage, tho most interesting character In tho play aro bound to be those for whom tho author has imagined tho moBt WILL FILL A WAN ft'nce the suspension of the Weekly Courier-Journa- l, there lias been quite a demand for a weekly Kentucky newspaper that gives all the more important state news, as well as the general Louisville news, crisp editorials, good stories, timely cartoons and ?!$! illustrations. . There is no siicli excellent paper. as the Twice-a-Wee- k Owensboro Messenger (Edited by Ui-e- Woodson.) It comes every Wednesday and Saturday, (16 pages a week or more), and is up-l- o date in every regard. MesTry the Twice-a-Wee- k senger for a year in connection with the Hartford Repub. oxper-Imont.a- vlvld'nnd interesting ( lican. Both papers, one year for 1.50. All clubbinjr subscript tions should be addressed to Republican, IMrlford, Ky. Hartford Republican. i.rroT.iiti to law at tb roMntnr BarHon!, Kj., iw timll matter ol tli Miood tlOM, I gniri we are not selfish enough to enjoy BCeng those who do go skyward when (1rvjng nlong n street tlint WOUld but - E"2XS " TZX con-(lltio- W jH for carelessness be in fnlrly good JAMES WII1TCOMH ALLISON J. HARNETT W. 8. TINSLKV,. .Uiisliicf Editor Manager to ' HI LEV. Address all communications . w. Tim TInrffnril Tlpnuhllcan. tlmlrlrw th nddrrwi rount Rive tho ulil Kentucky. Kentucky loved the lloosler Poet feqnt. whoso songs were so true to life and Dootiin-- I,Ofnl nn-- l Nntlvr !& tT lite nml 5c conditions in the ler Hop (or mch inlillilnniU Insertion. t Th nk,fie bo ndaptable to Oliltunrlo, Rnmlntlnn imil Card Blue Grass State. One of tho most par Hun raoiicj In iiclrnnic. pleasant evenings spent by Hartford Cbunh Notice lor wrvki Irrc, Imt othci people In years was when they sat Ulrrf tloeniMilK, Si mt Hue, Anonyioood iominnnkntlmu will receive no In the Collego Hall two years ago and general. ttoution listened to n sketch of the life of Washington, July 25. It was of, ... .. During the administration of Waruj Jtney nuu nearu ins huhb rraius i. ficially announced White den Wells, it Is generally admitted, at the an nble lyceum reader. They nro House today that negotiations nrc Cu.xn.'bMl&sa.S. sorry now that the string of poem? practically completed for the pur- the Frankfort penitentiary has made .. CO Fumiort' Sw.t-.- -l debts is completed nnd that one with such chase of tho Danish West Indies by great progress, but political Phythlan nature has return- the United States from Denmnrk for demanded Wells' head. a clear vision of FRIDAY, JUIiY 28. ed to the dust from whence ho came. $25,000,000. The treaty closing the was a deputy warden under a past During Stanley's They think, they're sad and can only transaction, which will probably b" administration. murmur, "I bid you thus n fond fare- signed today, wns sent to the sen- past campaign Phythlan traveled ANNOUNCEMENTS. about the state with him in tho capwell too deep for words or tears to ate. acity of major domo, nnd was reto announce tell." We are authorized While the detnlls nre not given warded after the election with a TOM SPUnRIER, of Grayson county, out it is understood that the United position in the governor's ante-roornrtlrtnto for Concress. from the THE WESTERN NORMAL LETTER! States will come Into the immediate pending, the expiration of Warden In summing up educational condl-o- f possession of the islands. Word Fourth District, subject to the action ., Saturday, 'Hons in Western Kentucky the Wes-.(,- from Denmark says that the treaty Wells' term. Louisville Post. the Republican primary, R item Normal Letter for June, prcpar- - is practically certain of ratification iqm REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE ed by Pof. A. C. Burton, contains by the Danish parliament. FOR CONGRESS IN TOWN following: Wo are authorized to announce the tlle Tho negotiations, a continuation "In Western Kentucky wo have of conversations carried on unsucASHLOCK, of, candidacy of J. H. Mr. John P. Hnswell, Jr., of Mn-,rm.ntv fnr thn npniihHpan a population of about a million and cessfully in 1901, and again In 1910, candidate for Congress In ....- - ,1U1 r, t ujii a third. Practically a million of were resumed several months ago. IlOlIilllULIUlI i,uiit,ii'Baiuuu them live in the open country. Near It Is understood that Denmark, feel- tho Republican primary to be held ti, TTnnrth District, aubfect to the August fifth, next, Is in Ohio coun. f ., nrimnrv Montinn Rnt. ly all of them are native born white ing the pinch of war, desired to rid ui herself of the island, not as a finan- ty this week making a canvass. people, more man urdny, August 5, 191C. When seen by a reporter of The them own the land on which they cial proposition, but to eliminate one Republican lie said that he had made We are authorized to annouifce the troublesome clement in maintaining All this Is good, but many of the her neutrality. The United States a thorough canvass of the district of HON. JOHN P. HAS- nnd had no doubt of winning the WELL, of Breckinridge county, for children go to school Irregularly or In 1910 signified a willingness to buy, nomination, easily. His home coungo the not go. For those who the Republican nomination for Con-'d- o but the offer made by Denmark then ty, (Breckenrldge) will give hint a gressman from the Fourth District. term Is short, the equipment not the was withdrawn before any conclusion larger majority than any of his op' ii.ot ipiirtiiTK iiiiii iiuiiiiw nnn inc. Subject to the primary election Sat was reached. ponents will get in their home countrained. urday, August 5, 1916. Lying near Porto Rico, the Islands "From the children who should are said by naval officials to possess ties. He Is assured that he will carand perhaps lll-clu. W...s.tl,n,l,dnnnnn,lnl.'iI10W Ue in SCIlOUl we HI1UI1 teachers, excellent advantages as a naval base ry at least eight,the thirteen innine, the counties out of candidacy of A. D. KIRK for the Re - the future five thousand and coaling station. In the archithousand lawyers, doctors and pelago are the islands of St, Thomas, district. publican nomination for county at - "ve Mr. Haswell has conducted his business torney of Ohio county. Subject to 'ministers, forty thousand St. Choix and St. John. The price 'men. 'o"y thousand skilled laborers. offered by the United States in 1901 campalgn'on a high plane and It has the action of the Primary Election, been entirely free from any abuse of (The schools may be able to furnish was $4,000,000. Saturday, August 6, 1916. His wide and exhis opponents. these, but we shall also need one Early Treaty Failed. tensive acquaintance throughout tho housekeep- hundred eighty thousand The acquisition of the Islands by Fourth District is a valuable asset to Along certain lines In France the erS( an(j one hundred thirty thousand ' Allies are doing Sommo fighting. should have the United States has been the sub- - him in his race nnd would make him farmers, all of whom 'culture, high Ideals and skill for Ject of diplomatic negotiation sini a ery formidable candidate against Seward Congressman Ben Joluibon in NovemDeutschland seems to be very their work. Wo have been measur- - the Civil War. Secretary fond of these good old United jng 0ur schools by their ability to I began negotiations for their acquisi- - ber. Mr. Haswell thinks that the elecStates. furnish leaders. We must come to j Hon In 1SG5, because of the naval measure them by their ability to pre-- ! operations of the war had shown the tion of Hughes and Fairbanks Is cer5,000 cruel hearted, merciless den- - pare the whole mass for effective necessity of a base In the West In- tain nnd that the chances to carry dies. A treaty was made and rati- the Fourth district and Kentucky are tlsts are meeting in Louisville. Ev- - worij am citizenship. -en thoughts of it make our teeth The Normal School is anxious to fied by Denmark, but the United more than even. In tho campaign made six Chatter. 6ee the problem as a whole and to States Senate failed to act on it in last fall Mr. Haswell assume Its full responsibility for fu- - proper time and it lapsed. President speeches in Ohio county for Judge bo iar we nave ianea 10 near oi ture Western Kentucky. But may Wilson, in his volume on Congres- Slack, Hon. C. E. Smith and Hon. Ed former Governor McCreary express- - )We not hope to have the assistance sional Government, written about Morrow nnd the State ticket and lne his opinion of the financial stand- - and of every teacher, 18S3, referred to the incident as the therefore feels that ho has some claim overpower of the for favorable consideration from Jng of the Kentucky Rural Credits every county superintendent, every "treaty-marrin- g Ohio county voters. Association. trustee and eventually of every clt- - Senate." Ineffectual efforts were made to lizen? Our problem is great, but it Premier Asqulth has asked the can be solved. May we count on you reopen the negotiations during PresSENATOR MAKES CHARGES House of Commons for an appropria- - to help?" ident Grant's administration, and in tlon of $450,000,000. This is the Frof. Burton Is right. The prob- - 1902, soon after President Roose- Say Guard Wax Sent to Border Unlargest sum asked for since the be- - Jem is great, but he is also right when velt came into office, Secretary Hay der FalMS Preten.ses. ginning of the war. he says that it can be solved. The took up the subject, and Denmark Washington, July ?4. Charges Normal is making great strikes' along offered the Islands for $5,000,000. With that Jewish instinct he has tnIs ne but (he Norniai, B0ing it The United States this time ratified that the National Guard was sent to for appointing oflicials it seems that aIonet n never accomplish the aim. the treaty, but the Danish Senate de- I the Mexican border under false pre-- i President Wilson might have talked Wo raust all get behind ln thls .ork feated it. It was said at tho time in tenses were made by Senator Town- Denmark down to $24,999,999 on and 8Wceten the fragrance of the diplomatic circles that German oppo- send y during debate on the that West Indies deal. sition influential ln the Danish Par- army appropriation bill. He urged Pennyrile with a flavor of elllcacy. liament was responsible for tho de- that the military forces not in actual Because he held a cork in his hand Administratrix' Notice. feat of the plan. Later Judgment, service ought to be sent home. the life of a Eastern Kentucky man All persons having claims against however, attributed the opposition to "It Is now apparent to everybody was saved when lightning struck a the estate of the Rev. C. C. Tay Danish aristocrats. This opposition that the National Guard Is not going rod that he carried. Wo always was orf deceased, are hereby notified to is still said to oxist, and it Is said if to Mexico, and they were mobilized "Kinder sKeered" of lightning. samo to mo for a settle- - tho proposed treaty is ratified by under falso pretenses," said the Senj preBent : ment, properly proven as required by both Governments tho transfer will ator. "Diplomatic correspondence Whut that British cru ser saw that law, within sixty days from th is date, bo submitted to tho people of the between the United States and Mexicamo within the three mile limit my horae near Be.s nun , Ohio Islands. In the first negotiation ln co disclose that there never was any luesday and took a peep at For res, at Kentucky. 18G5 they approved a change. Intention of sending them Into MexMonroe must not have appeared In- ThU Uth mfi ico." Vlting for she turned around and iDDm. Avmn Political Appoint incuts. Heavy reductions in army bill iiuumvn iniuuiii gteamed right out again. That tho prisons of Kentucky arc items made Saturday were not conAdministratrix. !2t3 fast being put back into politics is tinued today. A reaction of sentiGen. Bliss in his report to the HRANDE1S RESIGNS FROM evinced by tho ranld changes in tho ment apparently hud set in. SeverGovernment on conditions along tho JEWISH ORGANIZATIONS personnel of tho prison employes al Senators urged that retrenchment border says many of the guardsmen being made dally by Governor Stan- - should not bo carried too far because prefer the food they are getting Boston, July 24. Louis D. Bran-del- s, ley or tho board of prison commisof the present favorable aspect of the there to what they are used to at Associate Justice of the United sioners, at his request. Mexican situation, and a proposal to home. Perhaps that's the reason States Supreme Court, today tenderThrco changes within a few days a $5,000,000 appropriawhy Villa likes to cross over. - occurred this week. Warden A. J. G. cut in half ed his resignation from the Exccution for small arms drew protests me American Wells was removed from the peniten- from Senators Suramins, Jones.Town-sen- d i, i, ' live ivommiueeB oi r.r,iu nnn.,n0 will never again go on the mat. We,Jewls" Re,if Organization and tho tiary nt Frankfort and replaced by T. and others. can see where tho old fox is right. Jew,Bh Congress. In explanation of Mack Phythlan, a personal attendant "There can be no mistake in approIf we had been declared the unde- this action, his secretary, Jacob Do of Governor Stanley during his cam- priating liberally for manufacture of feated champion of the world and Haas, said that the Justice's Judicial paign and since. small arms," said Senator Jones. John W. Mulllkin was deposed "We read of improved conditions on had profited from tho wrestling game duties prevented him from givlug tho as Gotch has, we would hesitate to necessary time to the work of tho from his position as head of the tho border, but notwithstanding this Houses of Reform at Greendalo and an outbreak may occur any moment place our dainty even on a door committees. Mr. De Hass said that a report that Ernest J. Howell, of Owcnsboro, mat. that will make it necessary for us to Justice Brandels was considering re- - manager of Stanley's congressional send more soldiers ln Mexico." Tnutfinil fsl itld1nvln .u, uiv niDi, .....vw .u. U.w.W..,b tnt tliA lITAnt tlrement from nil Jewish activities and gubernatorial campaigns In that Tho Senate, however, by a vote of Indies we are in favor of taking was incorrect, and that ho still re- - county, succeeded him 25 to 23, agreed to cut tho approEugeno Ray, of Loulsvlllo, was reMexico, swapping her population to tallied interest In various organlzn- Senator priation to $2,500,000. England for the Irish and paying the tlons. placed as secretary of the state Reed Insisted a majority did not '''be Justice started today for a va- - board of prison commissioners by know what they were voting for and difference in cash. Wo could solve! Tho gavo notice ho would ask for anthe government problem In about cation of ten days. Ed Shlnnick, of Sholbyvllle. on tho rapid changes, following fifteen minutes by giving to the dear other voto when the bill got out of NOTICE. old Irish what many of their foreheels of tho administration prison tho committee of tho whole. The Fiscal Court of Ohio county law passed by the 191 G legislature fathers so gallantly helped our foremm n lndicato ono will receive scaled bids for that Governor Stanley Is fathers givo us. "I'm afraid these Louis XV. heels Road Roller and one road bent on using tho prison board and are much too high for mo. Perhaps For once slnco wo can remember Sprinkler, at County Court Clerk's Its power for political purpose, you havo lower ones say about a sower has been put down across ofllco In court houso, Hartford, Ky., Ernest J. Howell, who now Is Louis X would do, I think." London a Hartford street and the dirt and until 10 o'clock a. in., August 9, charged with tho reform of erring Opinion. rock replaced without leaving a rldgo 1910. A certified check for $150 .boys and girls at Greendalo, was a that would do credit to tho ancient must accompany each bid. deputy sheriff In Daviess county. Ho The honor belongs Mound Builders. This 11th day of July, 191C. has lived in Owcnsboro tor soma FOR FLETCHER'S to Chief Williams, who directly suT. II. DENTON, tlmo. Several years ago ho started perintended the work. While not ?t3 County Road Engineer, there as a barber nnd later engaged HohftrrHr mliln-- NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS nirwnt to a Indiana mourns tho loss of her son and poet, James Whltcomb Ullcy., Her sister Slates mourn wmi ucr nuu ono of the saddest among them Is - new In mnkln th In the saloon buslncss.and wns Indicted In tho Daviess circuit court for permitting gambling in n room above the saloon. Tho Indictment SOUTHERN ISLES has been filed nwny. Shortly after he was Indicted Howell moved to West Louisville, a vlllnge twenty miles we9t of Owcns-lorU. S. GOVERNMENT TO PAY DENwhere he again engaged In the FOR WEST MARK $.1.0M Inrbcrlng buMncss nnd conducted u INDIES. roft drink stand. Howell Is said lo be a man of little; education, but Is ncM'rthcless charged with tho charDEAL ON SINCE CIVIL WAR acter formation of children. Stanley endeavored to have Howell appointed postmaster of Owens-bor- p two years ago, but the recomSwrotnrj Scwntil Tried t I'tirt Iiucc mendation was never sent to tho 1.S(I."5 AcRooM?elt Island In president. It Is stated In Owcnsboro cepted I'riic of .V.,(IOO,l(l(l. thnt certified copies of the indictment were mailed to the postmaster PURCHASE E. P. Barnes & Bro's. s o, Great Profit - Sharing Sale Has attracted immense (hrongs oi provident buy ers. People who know i i ..i3 from past experience what this Sale means wait for it. There will be a host of bargains at your disposal clear up to the last minute. You can't be late. -- g, nn I It Closes Saturday Night at 10 O'clock July 29. You iwo-uur- Ix v j I can't see it all in one visit. Come every day. ' t I ! E. P. BARNES & BR0. Ite Beaver Dam, - Ky. of her mother, Mrs. Fisher, of Rock-val- e, from Saturday until Monday. Galen Hlnes, of HInes & Co., visited in Owcnsboro Sunday. Uncle Poke Glllmore and wife aro at Dawson Springs for two weeks. E. J. Morrison, of Cecilia, Is tho guest of his grandmother, Mrs. Josephine Rogers. Mrs. Frank Bennett and little son, Joseph, wore the guest of her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. S. K. Allen, Frlduy and Saturday. Notice Drainage Bond Sale. Allison Hnynes, ct al., v vs Bond sale. Public Ditch or Drain. Notice Is hereby given that tho Ohio County Board of Drainage Commissioners will on August Uth, 191C, ut about 1 o'clock p. m., at the court house door In Hartford, Ky., offr at public outcry to tho highest and best bidder, bonds against tho lands nnd land owners, on which the original assessment for cost of construction nnd cost of the proceedings which said have not fully paid. The total amount of said boivjs as appears by report of Treasurer of Ohio county now amounts to $1,776.08 with Interest from Febru- nry 18th, 1916, and also plus cost of advertising, printing nnd sale of said bonds. Said bonds will be due and payable In ten equal annual Installments, each with interest coupons attached. Tho first bond will bo duo and payable on February 18th, 1918, and ono installment on the samo dato each year thereafter until the tenth or last Installment has been paid. Said bonds will bear six per cent interest per annum, payable annually on tho 18th day of February hereafter until tho last installment has been fully paid. No bid for less than par value wilt be considered and the Board reserves thr right to reject any and all bids, not ln accordance therewith. Given under our hands, this the 27th day of July, 1916. OHIO COUNTY BOARD OF DRAINAGE COMMISSIONERS, S. T. HARNETT. Pres. Attest: W. S. TINSLEY, See land-owne- ' MANY GUARDSMEN ON BORDER DISSATISFIED I r 1,500 WHO HAVE DEPENDENTS ASK FOR RELEASES EACH WEEK. J ! to-da- I San Antonio, Tex., July 26. Applications for release from service of National Guardsmen with persons dependent upon them are pouring into army headquarters at Fort Sam Houston nt the rate of 1,500 a week, today. Several it was announced hundred already have been released. The vast majority of the applications do not come from the guardsmen themselves, but from wives, mothers and sisters, and Congressmen interested in their cases. Twen-ty-flv- o were signed this releases morning. Military authorities say that because of tho release of Guardsmen with dependents and the prospoct that many other Guardsmen will bo freed from service so that they may return to college, the military situation In one respect soon will bo greatly changed. When the movement of the National Guardsmen began, they say, there wero many men without equipment, whereas the future will see much equipment without men. FOHDSVILLE ITEMS. Frv July 2C. We arc having some hot weather just now. A scries of meetings began at the Christian church last night, conducted by Rev. Delaware Scott. A Bible Institute will be held at the Baptist church, beginning Wednesday, July 26th, and continues until Sunday, July 30th. Quito a number of good speakers are on tho progrnmmo and all are expecting a great tlmo. Miss Virginia Loyd, of Loulsvlllo, Is visiting friends and relatives hero. Miss Ida Franks, of Owcnsboro, Is tho guest of Mrs. E. P. Rodgers. D. M. Jones and wife are In Loulsvlllo for a few weeks. The tco cream supper given by tho W. V. A. was a success. Mr. P. C. Cooper, wife nnd daughter, Rachel Ellen; Mrs. Albert Quins-berr- y and daughter, Martha A., havo returned from Dawson Springs. Mrs. E. P. Rodgers and children and Miss Ida Franks, were tho guest 10-to- Children Cry CASTORIA Loans wanted in Muhlenberg, McLean, Daviess, Webster, Butler and Ohio counties on good first-clas- s real estate for C years. W. II. PARKS, 60tf Hartford, Ky. tt Snbscrlbe for The Hartford Jlcpub-llca- n $1.00 per jenr. y " WWWtfWWttWWftft WWWMWWi i i Hot Weather Remedy i! not regulate the weather, but wo can dress 80 as to make ourselves comfortable. Wo have the remedy for this right in our store. .Just received ti largo shipment of sheer THIN material, the right kind to make you feel good this sizzling hot weather. The)' come in plain, white and fancy Organdies. A wiung Stripe Voiles, Seed Voiles, plain Swisses and fancv Swiss, Splash Voiles. Black A Dt!cn for Poncce No. 7s9. ope et the; MtCll Piutn dcli-.- t Icr Alitltlv Cloth, 1111(1 ' Aucmt mny new many other latu wash fabrics, The prices are in reach of everybody, When you are sheltering, re- member the remedy is found right in our stoie. McCall patterns carried in stock, and painstaking salespeople to give you any information yen may desire. Come to see us, and remember that We can Burial occurred nt Pleasant Hopci church, McLean county, Tuesday' COAL MINERS TO ' morning at 9 o'clock. He wns a mem ber of the W. O. W. and a prominent CONTINUE and industrious citizen. Mr. nnd Mrs. Gross Taylor Williams, of Chlcago.hnve Issued cards announcing tho birth of Gross Tay- SMALL MA.IOIUTV OF WESTERN KKNTl'CKY .MEN STILL OP- lor Williams, Jr., born July 17th. POSE GOING BACK. Mr. Williams Is a former Hartford boy who hns many friends in Ohio county and each of them would llko to congratulate him personally: I STRIKE Coming For Our Chautauqua jp It Pays To Trade With a House That Saves You Money. 2k$Z&($G Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, JULY S8. Ij., II. & ST. L. R. R. TRIE TA11LE. No. 113 due at Ellmitch 8:32 p m. No. 110 due at Ellmitch 7:30 a. m. No. 112 Lt. Ellmitch .. 3:40 p.m. Ar. Irvlngton .. D:35 p.m. Mrs. C. E. Rogers and daughter arrived Saturday to visit tho former's parents, Capt. and Mrs. S. K. Cox. Mr. S. T. Burns, of Owensboro, was hpre Tuesday Investigating pros- pects for the 1916 tobacco crop in Ohio county. Miss Geneva Goff returned to her home In Centertown yesterday, after spending a week with Sheriff and Lt. Irvlngton .. C:CC p.m. Mrs. S. O. Kcown, city. Ar. Louisville . 7:40 p.m.. I Mr. HcfbclrfKlng7"who" is In tho Lv. LoulBTllle .. 8:3C a. m. No. employ of JJond Bros., near GreenAr. Irvlngton ..10:00 a. m. ville, spent Tuesday and WednesLv. Irvlngton ..10:40 a.m. day with his parents here. 1:04 p. m. . Ar. Ellmitch .Mr. and "Mrs- DewltMartln and Miss Lenora Llndley, of Livermore, M., n. A E. R. R. TIME TAULE. spent Saturday and Sunday with Uouth Bound, No. 115 8:45 a. m. Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Barnett. Due nt Hartford Dr. J. U7 PlrtTo left Tuesday to atNorth Bound, No. 114 G:CB p. m. tend tho National Dentol Association Due at Hartford meeting in Louisville. Ho expects " (Both "Mixed Trains.) to return Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs." II." E. Brown, son, Lewis Gray, and Miss Molly Duncan left Wednesday for a motor trip to Personal News Dawsou Springs and other points In Kentucky. Rev. S.ETHafTan, pastor of tho and Social Euents, First Christian church, left Monday whero for Vandctta, Hopkins-county- , ho will "conduct a series of meetings. Mr. V. K. Ellis wus' In Calhoun There will be a Chautauqua In Monday and Tuesday. Hartford August 7, 8 and 9. Don't Mlss"lvaaoff,"of Centertown, In fall to attend as you will hear and seo things both entertaining and Inthe guest of Miss Ora Williams. Miss EtUTHolder is tho guest of structive. Edward Fo"rd7JrT7went"to Owens, Mrs. F. L. Compton at Whltesvllle. Centertown, boro Tuesday, whero he underwent Mrs. Vauco Golf, of visited Miss Ora Williams hero this a successful operation for tonstlitls. Ho was accompanied by his father, week. Han- Dr. E. W. Ford. E. w. Ewan, of llosevtlle, Misses Tonoliedrlck, Mary Laura cock county, Ky was her yesterday Pendleton, Beulah Moore, Maurlno on business. Martin and Hula King" are spending Miss Zelma Lee Wells, of Andor-uonvlll- e, with Miss Wlllye Llndthe week-en- d Is visiting her sister, Mrs. ley, of Pt. Pleasant. O. F. niddlo. After an extended" visit 'with Miss . Mr. and"Mrs. OrliTWalloce, of CenLeila Glenn and other friends and tral City, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. relatives In Hartford Miss Mildred 0. T. Barnett. Elgin, of Hopklnsvllle, left Tuesday Supt. SliultFlsTirCrccrivllle, Ky., morning for Lexington, whero sho visiting the Muhlenburg County will visit her sister, Teachers' Institute. Mrs. H.J.McMuFion, of El Paso, Wanted. Middle aged womun as Tex., who arrived Saturday to be tho Apply general housekeeper. guest of her father, Mr. J. A. Duke, MRS. A. K. ANDERSON. 4tl left Tuesday to visit relatives In Mr. and Mrs. CalTKeown are In Dundee. Sho will return Tuesday Fordsvllle attending tho Baptist In- to contlnuo her visit hero. stitute In session there, Mr. Wui. i. niutuiubuu, Jr., resiMiss Eunlco"rarkB,irtwolvo pound- ding near Helllu, ut Bough river V after er, Is a now arrival at tho homo of locks, dlod Monday morning several weeks illness of typbold- Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Parks. - -- hd, T 'V . Cmiftlmril niul ( Dnounioula. Ho was a son of Mr. W. hit. uuurTnL of Simmons, Ky., are visit-tn- g T. Ulchardson, living near Hartford, children, J and leaves a wife and two chlldreu. Mr. 8. O. Keowu and wife. Ill ... Attorney E. M. Woodward will leave with his family Monday for Henderson, whero ho will contlnuo his law practice and work as attorney for the L. H. & St. L and L. & his N. railroads. Slnco resigning duties ns a Bchool teacher for tho more tempting field Mr. Woodwnrd has been one of the leading members of tho Hartford Bar nnd has been sucHe cessful In many notable cases. has nlways been a progressive citizen, with nn admirable civic pride. He has been a booster for any public movement for the Interests of- - his town and county nnd Henderson will Mrs. asset. find him a valuable Nellie W. Petty also companies Mr. Woodward, thereby making greater the loss. While going over his tobacco patch to ascertain what damage had been done by the hard rains last week the attention of Mr. W. F. Stevens, n prominent farmer of No Creek, was attracted by a small shiny object partly roncealod by the soil, and upon closer Inspection found the cynosure to be a unique Spanish coin made in 177G and bearing the nams of Carolus (Charles) HI. Mr. Stevens says tho coin, which Is pure silver, was about eight Inches under the ground until tho rains brought lt Into view. About three miles from the Stevens farm there was in tho early days a Spanish fort and It Is not unlikely that one of Its defenders lost tho silver piece while hunting in that locality, which was then a mammoth forest. " Nothing has beeh"beard from James Shaftmore, who married Miss Eflio Marvin, a nineteen-year-ol- d Hcllln girl here last week and left her In Owensboro under the pretext of having urgent business In Louisville. When applying for marriage gave Traverse license Shaftmore City, Mich., as his home. Bev..S. E. Harlan, pastor of the First Christian church, performed the ceremony In the county clerk's office. The couple went from here to Owensboro, spent tho night and the next day Shaftmore left for Louisville and Miss Marvin returned to her home near the Bough river locks. Through a cousin of Shaftmore tho couple began corresponding several months ago and had never seen one another until Just before their marriage. Jim Tlnnel, State dependent, was cutting weeds along the garden fence at tho home of W. P. Midklff, with whom he lives, Tuesday when tho keen clap of thunder resounded, followed by a momentary electrical display. Jim threw up his hands, stag-cere- d Into tho yard and plunged headlong on the grass. Several cit izens were eye witnesses and rushed to the aid of the fallen man, fearing all the while that they were too late. They arrived upon tho scene and gazed upon the motionless form. Jim's name was called, but there was no resnonse. Those standing around fancied they could detect the death pallor and began to remark upon thoso good qualities that always remain secrets until magnified by the end. I had written three lines of the obituary for publication In this Issue. A drug clerk felt the pulse and stated with evident surprise that it was all right. Someono .said ho was sulking, and thereby brought forth the first sign of life. Said Jim, slightly lifting his head, "you'r a liar." But Judging from tho twitter that passed among the bystanders thoyMld not unanimously agree with Jim In his charge. It developed that was only scared, but he tho half-w- it believes, and always will, that ho was shocked by the lightning and had a narrow escape. mm NOTICE. Having bought tho Interest of my brother, B. H. Ellis, in tho Ellis Milling Co., we desire all those Indebted to us to please call and settle all old accounts. I will continue tho flour mill business ot the same old stand and will appreciate tho patronage of all my friends. Will have on hand at all times Flour, Meal, Bran and Ship-stuf- f. W. E. ELLIS, Hartford, Ky. 4t4 OPERATORS IMPATIENT Will Hold Meeting Monday and Ask National Organization to Take u Hand. many of them nre In Western Kentucky have again refused for the third time In spite of the recommendation of the national organization, to return to work. Ninety per cent of the locals voting yesterday upon the proposition to return to work had been heard .from last night and lt seems practically certain that tho operators' proposition will be turned down by n majority of nbout 1C0 votes. It is understood that the Operators' association will, in the event the miners refuse to accept their terms, call a meeting for Friday, at which tho proposal will be mado to the national organization, that, to delegates at the recent meeting i of he miners in Owensboro, It order the miners of tho district to return to work. In case such n proposal is made organization the to the national supposition Is that the national officials will permit those locals ' which voted to return to work to do so and declare delinquent those which refuse. This would mean that "folowing Its recommendation made about hulf of the mines would resume operations at an early date if the locals that voted to return to work accept the natlpnal organization's recommendations. Although dire need the miners of , ' j fTIWO of the most interesting num- oers on our Lhnutauqua program will be the concerts on the last lay by "The Dickson's," a quartette con- sisting of mother and three sons. Mrs. Dickson is an accomplished singer and the sons from earliest childhood have been instructed in music both instrumental and vocal. Their program in both the afternoon and evening is made up of vocal soles, duets and combined with instrumental selections on the violin, clarinet, piano and 'cello, singly and together. They have had many years experience on the Chautauqua platform and have so perfected their concerts that the audience never tirtu but thoroughly enjoys ' and appreciates their numbers. Lovers of music should not miss these concerts on the last day. quartettes, Hartford, Ky., August 6, 7 and 8. Sheffield, Ala., are visiting in KenSTRAY STREAKS. tucky this week. Dr. Rhoads is attending the National Dental Associa(By Fluke McFluke.) tion at Louisville. Misses Mildred Elgin, of HopklnsHe that hath no automobile, tho he vllle, and Leila Glenn, of Hartford, guests of Miss be compelled to walk thru life, doth were tho week-en- d escape the purchase of gasoline.' Anna Barnes last week. Mr. and Mrs. Everett McKenncy Our idea of absolutely no sport at and little son left Tuesday for Stone, all is that of chicken fighting on a. Ky., where they will now reside. Miss Elizabeth Bell returned to her hot afternoon. home at Owensboro last Monday, afBill Riley was supposed to have ter an extended visit with her brother, Mr. Burso Jones and Mrs. Jones. learned the barber's trade in SU Miss Bess Alford left Tuesday for Louis, Mo., several years ago. Bill a month's visit with her sister, Mrs. went back to the show me city last Charlie Williams, at her home in week and local, suffering,, male humanity Js hoping that Bill took Stone, Ky. course while there. Mrs. Shelby Taylor and daughter, Klttye Lee, of Crawley, La., will ar-rlWe've been buying piped realestate this week to visit her father, Mr. George JJarnes, and other rela- on the installment plan so durn long that .wo are getting sore at the re-tives and friends. Miss Ella H. McKenney left Wed fusal of Ed,- - Lem Jc Co. to give us nesday (o Join her father in enjoying - some sort of title. We feel that they some or me euieriuinmeiuB .bivi-- lur should at least ,give us .a quit claim the dentists and their families in deed. Louisville this week. New Order In Town. The ladies of the Methodist church A. new order known .as the United will give an ice cream supper Friday night for the benefit of the Sun- and Select Sous of Perpetual Rest haa day School room which was recently been Installed here. A. Rial has been elected Most Exaggerating Rulerected. er with Dock Beard Unrecordlng SecFeed Your Stock and Poultry on retary. Other charter members are get best results. Cotton Ed Bennett, Marvin Bain!, Jess Moso-le- y the best It Is said and Ernest Blrkhead. Seed Meal, Crushed Corn Chops, the' . (clipped), that In case a member violates White Oats Northern Bran and Shlpstuff, Dixie, Arab, one and only rule of tho order Tankage, Shells and Grit, Distiller's breaks his rest, he is forced to sit in beDried Grains. We and Me keep the tho sun, unprotected for one hour ginning at 2 o'clock p. m. best. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. 4t4 Sufety First. Kaiser BUI said In a speech tho Drainage Commissioners Meet. to go The Ohio County Board of Drain- other day that ho would love with the common age Commissioners was in session Into tho trenches yesterday, at which meeting John B. soldier and deliver great blows to God's Wilson, engineer in charge of con- tho enemy but he felt lt to be Hayncs, ct will &c., that ho protect himself, to struction in the Allison plan al., drainage action, filed final report think for tho German Empire, to work, which was for .her futuro greatness and power. ot completion of the partapproved by tho board. Tho comple- It looks to us llko being In full makes a total of nership with Deity, Bill mout tako tion of this link tho miles of new ditch constructed a chance in the trenches with 11 upper part of this county and boys, as his partner certainly would In the not glvo him tho Jum there. "Hope lower portion of Hancock, as 2 thls.new ditch Is within Han- be don't see this tho." miles of cock county. This Is really old PanWouldn't homo life be dreadfully ther Creek and with this new addilonesome should you wako up deaf tion ot tho old creek made straight, your wlfo ono- good results in this rich agricultur somo morning or fourth dumb? al section should. follow. post-gradua- te the operators not request the national organization to order the men back to work or should the national board fail to give such an order the strike will continue on for an Indefinite period until one or the other side yields, or open shop is declared by the operators. "Should The "strike in which over 5,000 miners are involved, has been on since May in. Hundreds of the miners hare left the Western Kentucky coal fields since it was called and gone to other fields. A small numare ber, having won their terms, at work, and the vote of these, toof gether with that of a minority the rest of the strikers, has, it is so far prevented the understood, strike being brought to a close. A considerable amount of friction between the district workers and the national officials has, it is said, been created by the district workers determination to hold out, for their demands against the recommendation of the nattonal organization. jOwensboro Messenger. In Honor of Miss Porter. Ella McKcnney entertained with a lawn party at her home In Beaver Dam Friday evening in honor of Miss Madge Porter, of Louisville. The occasion was an enjoyable one and was largely attended. Punch and cake were served to the guests. Invitations were sent to the' followMiss ing: Misses Madge Porter, Anna Barnes, Bess Alford, Erne Mulhall, Eula Mul-hal- l, Holbrook, Winnie Mariam Luclle Plrtle, Leila Simmerman, Glenn. Norlno Barnett, Mildred El gin, Nancy Ford, Key Napier, Keener Napler.Edna Williams, Altha Williams. Uuth Gray, Vlrgle Mulhall, Edith Porter, Mattye Duke, Elizabeth Smith. Messrs. Wayland Barnes, V. C. Garret, It. H. Shelly, C. C. Watts, Frank Barnes, Everett Llkeus, Hamil King, Charlie Greenwell, Marshal Barnes, Omar Mulhall, Lyman Taylor, Harold Holbrook, Lee Robertson, McDowell Fogle, Cecil Felix, Allison Barnett, V. P. Llgon, Royse Igleheart, Parke .Taylor. BEAVER DAM DEPARTMENT. July 2C. Miss Madge Porter, of Louisville, Is the guest of Miss Anna Barnes this week. Mr. Paul Tllford, of Fordsvllle, was the guest of Dr. and Mrs. Miss S. D., se Mien Totocco Growers, ' .- Every tobacco grower and every Interested In tho growing person or selling of tobacco Is Invited and requested to bo present at a meeting to bo held at Hartford, Ky., Saturday, July 29th, at 2:00 p. m. Tho purpose of said meeting being to discuss methods as to tho disposition, handling and selling of tho futuro crop. R. II. FORD, President. visit with Mr, and Mrs. O. H. Taylor. Dr. W. T. McKennoy left Monday afternoon to be present at the National Dental Association which Is In session at Loutsvlllo this week. Mr. John Barnes motored to Owensboro Wednesday accompanied by his daughter, Miss Anna Barnes, and visitor, Miss Madge Porter, and sons, Mr. Marshall Barnes and Master Malcolm Barnes. Miss Elolse Austin Is visiting relatives in Rochester this week and attending the Chautauqua. Dr. Edwin Rhoads aud family, of last week-enEva Northrup, of Watertown, arrived Sunday for a week' d. This very hot weather must bo awi SEEDS. man like Mut Hun Best Quality Field and Grass ful hard on a fat Taylor or Ken-- j ter, Ranso Martin, Ben Seeds, German Millet, Red Top, tucky Blue Grass, White Sweet Clo- Arthur Kirk. ver, Red Clover, Alslko Clover,1 o roasting i ears, Crimson Clover, Timothy and North- Our garden's full tomatoes and beans ern Recleaned White Rye. seasoning, It pays! But we can't get thoot means. Don't sow cheap seeds. causo wo are ahy Mo to bow tho beBt und Wo and If wo had known In tho spring that have a fresh stock In our house. wo couldn't buy bacon & BRO. W. E. ELLIS 4t4 The dust of our garden from off our feet wo'd havo shaken. (lusollno Goes Down. July 26. Tho Little Rock. Ark.. Drug Standard Oil Company of Louisiana' m. nean at tho Ohio County one cent Co.'s place says that every thing In announced a reduction of busia gallon in mo price 01 gusoiiuu ui connection with tho soft drink ness Is cash, except the fountutu, and all Arkansas stations, effective that's charged. ' It's don't let 'em buy land, only lea so It, Time ti Mound Peach 'Iiees. if they could own land, I guess 11The poach trees should bo mound- - gtead of them workln' for us we'd be ed by the end of July or by the first workln for them.' " j 1- suaded her to bear with me until I Tills wrek In Aufitist at the latest. could rectify tho mlstnke. It took FARM DEPARTMENT Is to make the borer lay Its eggs high on the plant so they can be cas- - .Military liutln Do Not I'm cut lie-ll- y much soothing. A hint of Irritation HOTEL t on my part would have spoiled everyncnri-liof German Scientist. gotten nt later In the season thing. As it was, 15 minutes later worms when worming begins. The How to Hullil Tank. Berlin, July 22. The German col-o- f a messenger boy was delivering tliduring the last supply is come from the tree A Rood sanitary water go into the lege professors who havo been called fish nt her door; we had kept our cusJune nnd first of July, Whore necessary on every farm. stay there from three to to the colors are following their scloi-fou- r tomer nnd made a lasting friend." water are not ground nnd before appearing as the tlflc researches even In the enemies' springs and running t weeks Our First Foreign War. present and It Is necessary to rely on adult moth nnd beginning the laying countries. Not long ago it was roThe first foreign wnr In which Vie wells, there should he a tank big of eggs on the plants for tho crop of ported that one of them dug up the enough to hold three or four dayB' borers this fall and winter. It is ruins of an ancient Itomnn fortress United States was engaged began lOHMENCANH Bupply. Concrete Is good material for this reason that the trees should near St. Mlhlcl, In France, while ati-b- e 115 years ago, when Tripoli Issued a declaration of war against tho new such tanks. It Is easy to handle for mounded by tho end of tho first other made a collection of old coins, 'Irf'a"clty wbere'rood hotels abound, "the PowbiUn heads lh can he made In auy shape or size and week In August a.t the lntcst. Do weapons nnd ornaments that hnvc world republic. Tho ruler of tho J'M-The sand and easily waterproofed. not neglect this Important orchard been found by soldiers digging piratical African state had learned It li'fint'ln thtnfartlf It that tho United States had paid largravel necessary for constructing Is practice. countrymen. ,, trenches. I reduced materially. Dr. A. W. Buhl of the University ger sums to Algiers thnn to himself, M.iMWMWVEnW A good mixture for concrete tanks I of Leipzig, a famous historian, who and demanded n greater annual triPlanting for Silage. bute. This was refused, and on Is one part cement, two parts sand captain of tho experiment station is serving as a The Illinois nnd four parts broken stone or grav- on the eastern front, has dis- June 10, 1801, ho declared war. An thick sowing of corn in 1. If nclthor gravel nor iiroKen states that the covered several precious historical American squadron under Commosowing stone can be obtained, a mixture of rows Is better for silage than documents In Poland. He wis nt dore Hlchnrd Dale was dispatched one part cement nnd three pnrts of at the usual distance. The conclus ! Inched to the i nrrison of Kovm , be to the Mcditeranean, nnd was followcoarse sand can bo used. The ce- ion was reached that the crop should j fore the Russians iccaptured it, mil ed by squadrons commanded by Comtie TowTialan is .refined, exrestful. ment nnd nggregato should be thor- be sown thick enough to choke the spends moU ol his sparo time in the modore Morris and Commodore Preclusive, Its excellent location on Pennsylvania nnd tho resulting mix- plants dowm to where the ears were museum and liliraiy of the city. With ble. The war continued until 1S05, oughly mixed Avenue, 18th ami II ( Streets, Unmakes it a deiiraUle Mradquar-Id- s by several ture well tamped or shaded when about half their normal size. re- - ' the assistance of other oflfters, he re- - and was characterized foe bridal couples, tourist forms. After removing der ordinary conditions It will feats of valor performed by Ameriplaced in the lattici.lonventions, Schools anJ CUllliy Siune.l III vauiiiiiic u nil,-- r u.re from seven o nine ! colleges. the forms, the sides of the tnnk may of ,. .locnmcnl8 whIch wcr can Bailors. The bey of Prlpoll and The Towhatan'"raUraets",the . Barbary rulers, who had preywith a mixture of cement seed per acre but it is safer to p ant other be flushed of people of culture and education. ' Ib bet- . ... Its proximity to State, War and . ..,, ed upon the commerce of America and water to smooth up any little Ir- nt least eleven quarts, which i.-i.i miliums, tinmen Navv Departments, also to man; wire fenc- ter than to plant too sparingly and and Europe, were brought up with n regularities. Heavy-wove- n points interest, ol historical In the nornrr of the moist and makes this hotel especially atthe thus lose a stand. ing may be used to short turn. Prior to the Trlpolltan found tractive to a discriminating- pubsilage dark cellar the jyoiessor Preparation of the land for lic tank. Lap the ends of the large parchment rolls whlrh war tho United States and France The Powhatan offers rooms corn is not different from that given nt least 6 Inches. The out to br filcial decrees of the fought several sea engagements, but turned with dctathed bath at JI.50. $2.00 and up. Rooms with priwar was not ollicially declared, and (lfl-j-lSfor the walls should bo corn to be used for grain. Council of Poiitaaio ail vate bath, JJ.50, $1.00 and up. Ample plowing and harowlng placed near the outer side and well bulls of Mie Popes Julius Li . the difficulties were settled without VtJte for topklet with taipi A aiellow, should not be neglected. recourse to open and avowed hostilwith concrete. (1C.1-44covered (1503-10- ) and Urban VIII. CLIFFORD M. LEWIS. friable soil will bo required for ities. Chicago Journal. It is preferable to have the forms JJll3Cr. growth. (t A of green lumber. If seasoned lum- quick germination and rapid Both bulls are beautifully written Forest Notes. dampened It may be put in with the ordinary and bear the signature of the popes tilt ber Is used it should be planter or even the two-rowith water beforo the concrete is one-roby whom they were issued. The eleven-hol- e Coniferous timber has been found poured into the forms. This will planter, or an ordinary great papal seal is protected by leadprevent tho dry boards from absorb- grain drill may be used by closing en capsules and attached to the doc- to be better suited than any other ing the moisture from the concrete, all. but two holes. This will plant uments with red and yellow silk for the production of ethyl alchohol. which, if permitted, would cause the two rows at a time, 42 inches cords. There arc 592 consumers of tanwalls of the tank to crack. Make apart. The precious documents were phonin in the United States who use anAfbottom of the tank smaller than the tographed and sent to Warsaw. Gont.s Placed on Market. nually C25.000 cords of hemlock the top by sloping the inner walls. ter the war they will be returned to bark, 290,000 cords of oak bark, and Goats have been received in re- Kovno, it is expected. This will prevent ice from breaking 3S0.O0O cords of chestnut wood. the walls. The inner forms should cent weeks in extremely large numA Doctors Itenicdy for Coughs. be built so that they may be remov- bers in the Fort Worth and Kansas Experts of the Forest Service As a cure for coughs and colds Dr. ed easily. A wedge can be used to City markets from Southwestern m"L that the farm woodlots of the combines these advantage if the forms swell and are shipping points, and nearly all of Bell's IvjrVVls. (8C!tr-- y It remedies in just the right proportion United States contain from 200 o Avoid , heavy them were sold to the packers. difficult to remove. pounding and prying, as It is less is well known that goat meat is al- to' do the most good for summer .100 billion board feet of lumber and billion dimcult to build a rectangular form most always sold in the retail meat coughs or colds. A trial will prove from one to I for the tank, the round type is markets of the country as lamb or the value of this splendid cough cords of wood. y Bell'sPine-Tar-Honcless concrete. mutton, and it brings high prices. stronger and calls for medicine. Dr. GUARANTEED SERVICE On one of the National Forests of A band saw is best for cutting out soothes the Irritation, stops the cough One hundred per cent kills the cold germs and docs you a the Northwest the snow lay on tho the ribs for the round form, although value. Special work for W. Care For Horses' Hoofs. world of good. A 25c bottle bill more ground longer this spring than for I a handsaw will do very well. As it O. W. is a difficult task to cut them out in The old saying that a horse Is as than convince you it will stop your many years. In consequence stock- W. F. STEVENS. 3 men hnve been considerably delayed a circle, saw out a triangular piece, good as his feet should be borne in cough. At druggists. Hartford, Ky. It. F. D. 7. j in getting their herds on the ranges. removing as much material as possi- mind by all persons who own horses. Representing Continental LITTLE LAUGHS. ble. Finish the circle by cutting out No horse can do a maximum amount Marble & Granite Co. All of the 2$ counties of Utah conthe remaining material with a good, of work if he has poor fet, or if his j portions of National Forests and A Suggestion. tain sharp handax. feet are good but receive improper consequently all share In the 23 per The material needed for the con- care, points out Dr. C. V. McCamp-bel- l, The trolley car was crowded, cent of the National Forest receipts She couldn't find a seat. concrete tank, struction of a assistant professor of animal "Wants hold 400 gallons of wa- husbandry in the Agricultural Col- A man In front of her snapped, "Miss, which Is paid over to the road and which will school funds. This is true of no othYou're standing on ray feet!" ter, Includes: For outer form ribs, lege of Kansas. three pieces,' 2x10 inches by 14 feet; "The nature of the work that the Then sweetly she looked down at er State. him, for inner form ribs, nine pieces, 2x horse is doing determines whether or One hundred and thirty thousThe daring little elf, inches by 12 feet; for outer form not he should be shod," says Dr. sides, eighteen pieces, 1x4 inches by "Horses working oil hard And said, "Beg pardon, but why and maps of the National Forests will he distributed to tourists this pno procnMii uvpicnc don't 10 feet; for Inner form sides, four- roads require shoes, while, with but summer. These maps show the best Dissolved In vrater for douche (tops You stand on them yourself?" teen pieccsj 1x4 Inches by 12 feet; few exceptions, those working in the pelvic catarTh, ulceration and mfUra- camp sites, good hunting and fishThe Christian Herald. ten sacks of cement, 20 cubic feet of field do not need to be shod. In rnatioo. Recommended by Lydia. E. ing grounds, roads, trails, and tele3C case the feet become dry and hard sand, 40 cubic feet of gravel and Pinkham Med. Co. for tea yean. phone lines, and give directions how A healing wonder for nasal catarrh, Judged lly The Sign. heavy woven-wir- c and begin to crack, attention should feet of tore throat and I sore -eves. Economical, "Did Ullly's chaufTeur run off with to reach points of Interest. t. fencing. , be given them. Most of the poor u.. . A his daughter or his wife?" to Improper care. I Saxj!Fry. 50c aQ dniMWu. er br I feet are due ThfPaHooToiUrCaptiaoT.DotfOB.MlM. "I'm not sure. But I understand "We Punkville girls agreed that VtmJ. horse'p feet should be trimmed at Fat Cattle Scarce In MailtetM. Fat cattle have become abnormal- least every six or eight weeks. In that he said he hadn't been so hap- men who drink shall have none of our kisses." ly scarce at the central markets and trimming most of the work should be py in years." OVER OS YEARS' "Then It couldn't have been his "How is it working?" predictions have been made for some done with a rasp. If the nippers EXPERIENCE steers car- are used, too much of the hoof is daughter." Life. "We suspect that some of the time that prime corn-fe- d rying" plenty of weight would go to generally cut away, while if the rasp girls are acting as osculatory bootQuite The Reverse. leggers, bo to speak." Pittsburg $12. The increasing proportions of is used only a small amount Is cut Newpop Well, my dear, did the Post. short-fe- d and grassy offerings has away at a time and the foot can be II " JJL.iXafcaalrt.aM photographer succeed in making the widened out prices. Southwestern kept level." baby look pleasant? grassers are going on pretty freely Trade Marks Mrs. Newpop No; the baby sucDCSICN3 nnd these haTe had a marked influBiliousness ami Stomach Trouble. Copyrights &c. ceeded in making the photographer ence in breaking values. While Arironc f'Wrtinir a skelrb nnj description ma? "Two years ago I suffered from look unpleasant. itilnLlT flarcrlini c ir riiiimnii frco whether all TranBoston beeves have advancprime corn-fe- d hlTonllon I rolittlT titeiitnhlr rrmirnmilm- tluiiantnctlrrbMliicnlUI. IIANCIOOK oil end of tho frequent attacks of stomach trouble script. ed to $11.50, the other tent free. lMrl nrcnvy for tump"? patent. Talents tascn tlirnuvli slunii & Co. reitlre market, as well as the middling and biliousness," writes Miss Emma tivrlal notice, wltliout charge, tu tha Merit Grows I.Ike Fat. cuttle, havo been working Verbryke, Lima, Ohio. "I could eat grades of Scientific very little food that agreed with mo In the American Magazine is the lower. Kansas pastures will bo . A liarntsrnnelf lllnftratd farccst fir. cattle and I became so dizzy and sick at story of a Dutch army ollicer who marketing plenty of grass-fe- d dilution nt mir seleuiUM Journal. 'Icnm. 13 a rrar: imir montl-i- , 1. Bui J by all nevrsri'ajcr. my stomach at times that I had to appeared in public with his breast within tho next fortnight and there something to keep from covered with medals. filUNN&Co.3CB'MNewYork Is no danger of any scarcity of such take hold of FAUM LANDS and City Residences Uiasca OOk. i V HU WasUoalon. U U. falling. Seeing Chamberlain's Tab" 'Where did you get all those are now selling at a low cost, cattle this summer. At such a tlmo to try them. medals, colonel?' a friend asked as this it surely pays to muko cattle lets advertised I decided but don't expect It to be so alevhim. 'Did you win some big battle?' ways. If you ever expect to own good and fat, but so few are doing I Improved rapidly." Obtahiablo m "The ollicer pointed to the biggest, your farm or your home now Is this that fat steers have been bring- erywhere, brightest medal of all. ing in tho Chicago market lately as the time to buy. " Dot's do first one,' he said. 'I high as f 1G0 to $200 u head, grassy Japs Beat The Americans. WE HAVE several farms listed In steers fetching around $90 to $100 An unusually Interesting story got dot by mistake. Und I got de Ohio county and they can be sales of feeders at $80 a about 'the Japanese situation on the oder ones because I had dot one.' " each, with had for reasonable prices and bead or more. Pacific coast is in the August Ameriliberal terms. If we do not can Magazine. The writer, Mabel have the particular farm you de- McCAIX PATTERNS Wood Destruction. Celebrated lor style, perfect fit, simplicity an Abbot, describes how a Washington FOR FLETCHER'S sire we will make efforts to get reliability nearly 40 years. Sold in nearlt As a weed eradlcator the harrow Is farmer named Sylvester Is ousted by every city and town in the United States an It for you. Canada, or br mail direct. More sold thaa Indispensable, but when It Is to be his Japanese hired man. In summs any other make. Send IP YOU want to move to Hartford iMcCALL'S MAGAZINE lor fre catatonic. AVIiy Courtesy Pajs. used for weed destruction the weeds ming up the situation Sylvester says: More subscribers llisn any othet fashion where our children will have the " An alio Japs get moro work done, In the August American Magazine, should never be allowed to get bema jailne million a month. Invaluable. Lat advantage of a good high school expanding a writer says: Cit styles, patterns, drestcnaklna;, millinery, yond their seed leaves. When tho too,' declared Sylvester, plain sewing-- , fancy needlework, fiairdresslne;, notify us. We have houses and weeds are at this stage on a warm, with the unaccustomed sense of in- "I soon learned that the average etiquette, pood stories, etc. Only CO cents' a year (worm double), including a tree pattern, lots for sale and believe you can lry day, the harrow will kill mill-Jo- dorscment. 'A white man'll throw, woman, with tho burden of house- Subscribe today, or aend (or (ample copy. select one from our list to your of them. In summer follow say, so many sacks of potatoes in a Keeping. on her shoulders, Is tho most ONDEBFUL INDUCEMENTS 1 liking. toAcents. Postal brings premium catalogue from tho time tho land Is shallow day. At tho end of tho day some irritable and unresponsible creature and new cash prize offers. Address tho provlous body's got to conk him a big, expen alive. A delivery 10 minutes late WE HAVE a comfortable homo In f UcCALL CO. 3 1 113 tT. 7la St. NEW Y0BI plowed or double-diske- d tU tho season It ir 6ive mc& 0f mcat to keep his streneth cuii bring on your head a mighty fall until freeze-u- p Hartford, modern Improvements followed, the harrow can bo used nt up tor Hie next day's work. A Jnp'll wrath, a wilted lettuce can loso you and a good garden In cultiva.rMsranna Intervals to good advantage for ac- - throw more sacks than tho white man your best customer. I had to stand tion for salo i or rent. Place ' compllshing tho following purposes: win, nn' then he'll go get him a botween theso women and overworkrents for $10 a month. Killing weeds, conserving moisture, bucket of rice an' wash it at tho pump ed delivery boys, careless shipping making a firm seedbed, stirring up an' cook it himself.' clerks, nnd sometimes Inferior goods. A woman was to give tho surface of tho ground and permit- Call on or address "Tho fuces around him had dark- - One Instance: ting access of proper amounts of air, 0ned. a dinner party. Her groceries ar- thus giving tho soil bacteria an op- 'That's how they're Kettln' tho rived almost at the last minute with 1 Succeed when everything else fails. portunlty to change the plant food valley Into their hands,' Wemmlck the ilsh order filled Incorrectly. 'My TINSLEY & BARNETT in nervous prostration ana lemnlo from nn unavailable to an available Haid. "Thoy can outwork us and un- -' dinner Is spoiled,' she cried dlstract- weaknesses they are the supreme ItCJil Estate Agents, remedy, as thousands have testified. a good thing the law cdly over condltlon. telephone. never derlivo us. VNBAItTII PAPAL BULKS. ' - Professional ! r " PQWH4IAN D.C. Otto C. Martin -- I Attorney at Law MNGTJE HARTFORD, UY. Will practice his profession In Ihls and adjoining counties. ConunorchU and Criminal Practice a Spocia'. T WADCKTI1ATTON I'rninofll, Ky. ' (TOC. llnrlfonl. Ky. MAUTIft STRATT0N & MARTIN Attornoys nt Law CnOMWELL, - KY. Will practice their profession In this-nndjolning counties. Coiloctlouu, Commercial and Criminal Practice is Prompt and vlgoroos Specialty. service- - Notary In offfco. d land-Btrtt- ' 0.E.TAYL01U.E. Beaver Dam, Ky. Highway and Drainage Design. I i , j te-er- al - DR. ) HART VETERINARY SURGEON HKAVF.lt HAM, KY. t Llcry Hum. 0. E. ). Ofllrc James Taylor's w w Lit "id TRADC-MAntV. ... . ..l-- a I I o. i HK.rwcwj, at i THAT PAX. !' l(nM aMlTtlp JOU tO SUTCV4 ScndiroJrl. ptioW or Wtrh fcr rncc irt o !inuMllty 19 irarunv bur. PAS8INQ RZrtfCNCCS. Frrfrt-sOaon iTnnubM raw nu writ to iwc ..San.... S lJthn jfn ITonirtly r.l.lalnd In Iv'. ..I l.l. .... B03-B0- B Strot, WH3HINUTON, D. C. Sovonth PIne-Tar-IIon- ey 1 Globe-Democr- J WILL YOU TAKE OUR ; GERMINAL REMEDY lifliliv. i A I y k Tmlneni WEAK ab& Tun for LUNGS or CONSUMPTION Evcry Woman couchs, pa Ids la chrjt. nlrhl sweats, bemor fhacer. weak lunrs or coniumptloo. If II data a) II casta roo nomiaj. ol btlp Lock box 610 OHIO MEDICAL GO. COLUMBDR O FOBrt!ifONEllrpj.MONTH doWn ccHoC far that n..trlr KILLthe COUCH AND CURE the LUNGS 30-in- Globe-Democra- K ixj.-m- J Dr. Kings New Discovery WITH FflR t " Ioucks OLDS ftA PHICE ji. TrUI Oeltle ttm Frta AND ALL THROAT ANDLUNGTilOUBLES. 9 ' QUAHANTI2ED S ATISFAOXOBY, OR MONEY REFUNDED. Real I 'BTl if yS B Hi ' all iauitt, a" Estate! pnocuneD andexport frwr-i.r- t. drauur 01 jhuto.!ur obtain feauhauiltrado inatfca. I I a.lVjr. how to coDjrWbta.!io, jnuericnti. wr-lf- I in csuhtiiicb. Umlntst Jirrdv'iH Walkingon lavtt llmfA monty ana rjtrn iJrtfairai, ratent and Infringemtnt Pnctlct Exclusively. Wrlta or come to ui at T10 Clfbta EtrMl, lut ValM tutts faUat 01c, I WAOtKNGTON. D.C. t. Children. Cry CASTORI A ) ns I lHEisSBHBBiiBBBBBBftsttflBflsrY'aaT Bftls3sflaBaWiBBBBKaBisHVBsfeK ' POPDIMM CBMCS 300 iMAGAZINB 00 - ecinc Bitters rnna ARTICLES-3- ILLUSTRATIONS KEEP informed, of the World's Progress In tnglneerine. Mechanics and Invention. For Father and Son nnd Alt tho Family. It sppealb to allclasses Old and Young Men and Women. . i. buy aTuriltt AlHffaslUO 1U lllOU.iindS Ol iome thrmutliout tba worliL Our t'oreifti sro ron.tantlr on tho wati.lt for thing, now and lutoroallns aud it la s ' the 'I will spend another cent with ypu as long as I live.' Woman is built for I fortltudo, not responsibility. shoulder tho responsibility nnd per- - Hartford, Kentucky. Republican I Jo Hi Office. -- Phoney It U tho bc6t medicine ever sold ,. .m FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AMD STOMACH TROUBLE .n. a.-- POPULAR MECHANICS MAQAZINEJ noaMicrasaa Avanua. CHICAGO uii,u w iuj tuinea arouua tha llomo. amataur Mathuil.. f IV 1'hm.i fn l. 1inb ....it -!"'r..?"M ".! t" " mi. iL7.iiv.-:"::7r.- f. leas and T.leur.r.h 0'itntt Lnslnea. ltouta. Snow .bow. Jew.lrr. lfif-- Furulture. alo. OouUlna Id auctions for tho Moclumlc, Camper an dSforUman 8INQLC COPIES, ''"" I'M copy wlU ar slr.M Inm U. MI Sampla iuiJhIk b aant on raaua.t, Written So You Can Understand It T 3h"f..f'tt DPmit (20 I'aje.) contain. "Tactical Hints for Stop Work and eu;wa;a for Uu "' run lt tU . -- a BBaii mmi rrnw iiiiib Y f J cast 84 poles to a stono; belong to tho workers who uso thorn t best bldilor, at the court houso south 82 Then we will havo economic Justice, door In Hartford, Ky on Monday, thenco north 49 polos to a stone; 19 poles to thenco August 7, equality of rights and equal oppor one o'clock 19 1G, about atho hour of thenco castpoles to a as ash; thenco stone; p. tn., upon credit of (5 south 27 LAWS OF MEXICO tunity for all! poles to nn IN and 12 months, the following de- north 71 east 125 nlra nnd sassafras, thenco north In conclusion, I will say, not ono scribed property, poles to a chestnut find stono A certain track of land tn Ohio 76 single artlclo of mine shall bo partiIn with lino; thoncc says Mrs. Syivanla Woods, of CliftonMilIs, Ky., In san, hut nil of them will bo non- county, Kontucky, and founded as his E. F.toLlles' whlto oaks, E.east Llles' line F. two TO CONSTITUTION AMUNDMKNT writing of her experience with Cardui, the' woman's partisan: because. Indeed, tlld Social follows: Beginning at a swet gum,, dog- S. E. comer; thence south 60 east IWKKIGNKItH WILL Ionic, She says further: "Before I began to use 138 poles to a hickory, Ashley's cor-no- r; ist nTovoment Is not fighting persons, wood andash; thenco south 11 IN UKPU11LIC. Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thence south 2T polesto a stone, partlos, plutocrats, priests, preachers, cast 120 ',4 polos to three thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able whtto oaks; theneo smith 79 threes, T. C. Wilson's corner; thence with churches, creeds, castes, colors, races his line west 154 poles to a chestnut; to do .any of my housework. After taking three bottles or religion; but Is always warring on wwt 110 polos to a black Jack, sup thenco south 13 east 78 poles to a posed to bo on the orlglnnl line; of CarduL I began to feci like a new woman. I soon York, July 24. Itadlcal capitalism. Now Of course, this scribe thence North 109 poloa to ono beech . stone In F. M. Crowder's lino; thenco gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, changes In the laws governing for- will wrlto articles about schools, tree; supposed to bo on original west 20 poles to a stone, F. M. Crow as well as run a big water mill. eigners doing business In Mexico are roads and crops for Tho Itepubllcan. lino; thence enst 110 poles to tho be- der's N. W. corner; thenco south 1 wish every suffering woman would give poles to a poplar; thence north ginning, containing 84 acres, more 38 bo made by Gen. Carrnnzn about to Very respectfully yours, west 127 poles with F. M. or less. Being a part of tho tract of 81 In n scries of decree which later will W. II. CUNDIKF. land conveyed by S. C. Arrlugton to Crowder's line to a hickory; thenco lie Included in n new constitution, Win. J. Swopo, deceased, recorded In north 24 poles to the beginning, conaccording to recent nwlvals from When You Hnve u Cold, deed book P, page 256, Ohio County taining 223 acres, excepting there- graveyard thereon j from tho family Mexico City. atve It nttentlon, avoid exposure, Court Clerk's ofllco. Excoptlng therefrom the following of an acre. The now rogulntlous, It Is satd.wlll ho regular nnd careful of your diet, I Tho purchaser will be required to provide that all foreign Investors, be- also commence taking Dr. King's boundary: Beginning nt three white oaks; I execute bond with approved securfore entering business in Mexico, Now Discovery. It contains Plno-Ta- r, thenco south 79, west 110 poles to a ity Immediately after sale, and a Hen must agreo not to have recourse in Antiseptic Oils nnd Balsams. Is black Jack, supposed to be on the will be retained on said land as a trial. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, any case to any other law than that slightly laxative. Dr. King's New original lino; thence northwardly further security. and it always does me good." day of July, 1916. This 17th of Mexico, and they will not he enti- Discovery cases your cough, soothes with the line of tho original tract Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, OTTO C. MARTIN, of which this Is a portion 5444 poles tled to any privileges not enjoyed by your throat and bronchial tubes, to n stono; thence castwardly 110 3t3 Master Commissioner. tired, worn-o- ut feelings, etc., are sure signs of womanMexicans. Ernest Woodward, Hcavrln & checks your cold, starts to clear your poles to a stone In tho line of the first ly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's It will also provide that foreign head. In a short tlmo you know your party's of which this tract Is a part; Kirk, Attorneys. m tonic You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui capital nlrcady Invested In Mexico cold Is better. Its the standard fam- thence south 11, cast 6014 poles to MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing tho beginning, containing 42 ncrcs, moy enjoy tho right to bo considered ily cough syrup tn uso over 40 years. women for more than fifty years. more or less, and being one-haforeign and bo entitled to the pro- Got a bottle at once. Keep It In the tract conveyed to B. S. Swope by Jns. I Ohio Circuit Court. tection of Its own government until house ns a cold Insurance. Sold nt M. Swope, et al on August 27, 1902, Olllo E. Taylor, Admrx., Plaintiff. , vs- - Notice. the expiration of tho concession or your druggist. 3 which deed Is of record In the Ohio . County Court Clerk's olllcc In deed Vivian G. Taylor, et al Defendants. agreement thut It may have entered t By virtue of a Judgment and order I book 48, pago 194. Into provided It Is not for a very long .MA.STKH COMMISHIONHK'S HALK. of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court InterJesse II. Swopo owning a period. rendered at the July term, 1916. In est In the above tract of land orderOhio Circuit Court. 9 Another provision Is designed to of the proceeds tho abovo cause, for the purpose of ed to bo sold, K. L. Farmer, Admr., 1'lnlutlfT. first paying a Hen debt of 51,275.00. will bo paid to him. fix a uniform period for nil thu long vs. Notice. The purchaser will be required to with Interest thereon at the rate of unlimited contracts, leases or con- Nancy Fanner, et nl., Defendants. or 6 per cent per annum from Sept. 6, execute bond with approved securiBy virtue of Judgment nnd order ty immediately after sale and a lien 1910, swing to the estate of C. M. cessions In which forolgn capital Is interested, and thnt nt the end of of sale of tho Ohio Circuit Court ren- will bo retained on the land as fur- Bamett, deceased, and tho division paying the said term, 1916, in tho i of the proceeds after this period they will be considered dered at tho Julythe purposo of pay- ther security. debt and intorest to the heirs of This 17th day of July, 1916. ubJect,only to tho nuthorlty of tho above cnuse. for ing all legal claims against the esJohn W. Taylor, deceased, and the OTTO C. MARTIN. Mexican government and deprived of tate of EIIdb Farmer, deceased, nnd 3t3 cost of tho abovo stylo law suit of Master Commissioner. the right of appeal for protection to n division of the proceeds nniong the Hills & Taylor, Ernest Woodward, this sale, I will offer for sale at pubheirs ol tho said Kilns Farmer as J. P. Sanderfur, Attorneys. lic auction to the highest and best their respective s- governments. their Interests muy appear, I will ofbidder at tho court house door In fer for salo at public auction to the .MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Hartford, Ky., about 1 p. m., on Mon(.ireNMiidenco Department. highest and best bidder, at the court day, the 7th day of August, 1916, Editor Hartford Itepubllcan: house door In Hartford, Ky., about on a credit of six months, the followOhio Circuit Court. JCpw occasions demand new Idens and the hour of ono o'clock p. in., on ing described property, t: A. C. Lawrence, et al., Plaintiffs, full of life and action, filled with the A certain lot of ground, together principles In nccord with changed Monday, the 7th day of August, 191C, vs. Notice. fire of fine inspiration and followed superinduced on a credit of six months the follow- James I. Leach, et al Defendants. "with the improvements thereon, lo- economic conditions, by 250 short stories of adventure, ssaassjasgstKjafcitf 1 nt By virtue of a Judgment and order caieu on seiner ouc processes of production ingA described property, Ohio county, liy the new will make tract of land in Ohio county, Kentucky and bounded of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court renof wealth by the use of machinery Kentucky, and bounded as follows: dered at its July term, 1916, In the as follows. Beginning nt a stono at tho In- above cause, for the purposo of a diBeginning at the N. E. corner of Instead of by the use of crude hand tersection of tho Beech Valley road vision of the proceeds among tho L. F. Woerner's lot en Center street; tools. Hawesvlllo his lino N. W. 75 feet to We nro now living In the mechan- with tho Hartford and said Beech heirs of Wf L. C. Leach, deceased, thence withWayne Griflln; thenco S. road; thence with ajns herein, I will offer for line of Z. ical age, In which nearly all wealth Valley road to G. M. Farm- and all of sale atjblic auction to the highest W. with said lino 18 feet to line production Is by the use-- of splendid er's corner; thence with Tom and be'st bidder at the court house .1. C. Durrett's hotel lot; thence S. machinery, manipulated Henry's line to the Hartford and Joor In Hartford, Ky., on Monday, E. with said line and line of H. P. labor-savin- g Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' Page, thence south with the 7th day of August, 1916, at about Taylor's law office, 75 feet to Center by hundreds of men who aro using Hawesvlllo road; beginning, containGirls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles of street; thence with Center street, 18 said road to the one o'clock p. Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best these machines, not Individually, but ing, about 18 acres, more or less. Ex- the hour of six and twelve in., upon feet to the beginning, wnicn properx months, minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone Hocially and with a division of labor cepting therofrom a lot sold to J. A l rcredit of t !( ty was conveyed to decedent by C. .InantliAit nfAnnrlw " f nl V"V'. ,..r..".'- - I M Harnett and wife on Sept. 6. 1910 in the home. 1 here is no age In which no one man produces the Edge, containing 5 of an acre, and il .'"'.'"" land limit to enthusiasm for The article, but all, collectively, use tho being a portion of the tractbyofII. C. Kentucky, and bounded as follows: 'deed recorded In deed book 39. page Three Current Issues Free produce convoyed to Ellas Farmer Youth's Companion. Tract No. 1. Beginning at poplar K9. Ohio County Clerk's office, to exmachines and. thoroforo, If you do not know THE COMPANION Watklns and others, by deed dated and oak stump; thence with Park and Purchaser will be required let us sead you Three Current Issues tho artlclo socially. May 30, 1901, recorded tn deed book Sullenger's lino to the now cut road ecute bono? with approved security 52 Times a Year FREE. Indoso this Coupon with your When hand tools were used, one O. page 628, Ohio County Court leading from the Leltchtleld road to immediately after sale and a lien request. not12. article, Indi- Clerk's office. retained as further security. Individual produced the the Hlnes Mill road; thence with said will be Those who subscribe now. sending1 $2 This July 17, 1916. The purchaser will bo required to road to a corner at Sulleuger und vidually Hence, this production was for the 52 Issues of THE COMPANION More good reading than you .will OTTO C. MARTIN. execute bond with approved security for 1915, will receive Tho Companion get in any of the monthly ' Individual production. For instance, imedlntely after sale, and a lien will Leach's line, a stone; thence on a 3t3 Master Commissioner. Homo Calendar FREE. jtraight line to the beginning. Conmagazines.' shoemaker had his kit of tools bo rotalned ns additional security. & Kirk. Attorneys. the Heavrln taining two acres more or less and -- -day of July. 1916. shoo himself nnd alone. This 17th SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE and mado tho , being same land conveyed to W. L. OTTO C. MAItTIN, Sullenger and MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN AND YOUTH'S COMPANION, BOTH C. Leach by B. F. Now this Is changed, by tho use of Commissioner. Master wife on Feb. 9, 1894, deed recorded machinery and many work at mak- 3t3C. M. Crowe, Attorney. Ohio qircult Court. ONE YEAR FOR ONLY $2.75. in oeeu uook h, page jdd, unio . ing tho shoo, socially, that Is, the H. A. Mldklff, Admr., Plaintiff, County Court Clerk's offlce. vs. Notice. shoo Is socially produced. Conse- .MASTKIl COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Tract No. 2. Beginning at a Defendants. quently, since the shoo- - Is socially white oak, corner to Richard Walker Flora Ralph, et al., Judgment and or nv virtue of a machinery by which Court. thenco north to a white on said road; Ohio Circuit produced, tho Court tho oak, Susan Sullenger's corner In R. der of sale ot July Ohio Circuit In the the shoo Is produced should bo so- Joe McConnell, Plaintiff, term, 1916, N. 79 W. 94 mitered nt its Walker's line; thenco vs. purpose of pay- cially owned; I. e.. the workers who poles to a hickory and white oak, above cause for tho S132.0U wun in Mary Fulkcrson, Defendant. use the machinery should own tho corner; thence with tne a Hen debt of By virtue of n Judgment and order John Duke's east terest thereon at the rate of 6 per machinery, collectively and thereof salo of tho Ohio Circuit Court, his line south 10 west 52 poles to cent per annum from Dec. 31, 1914, owner-vthl- p rendored $1.36 at the July term, 191G, In Duko and Chapman's corner; thenco mii nntri. credited by $10.56, Jan The Republican and Louisville Herald in through their collective obtain their full social labor tho abovo cause for tho sum of $75.00 with Chapman's line south 40 poles uary 3, 1916, against the estate ot Globe-Deniocr- at 1.76 with Interest at the rate of 6 per to a stake on said road; thenco with product, Instead of wages which rep- cent per annum from tho 10th day of same road to the beginning, suppos- W. II. Ward, deceased, and owing The Reptblican and St. Louis d of iho Mnv 111" until nnld. and all costs ed to contain 100 acres. to C. M. Farmer, and a division of the resent less then 1.60 ot said es The Republican and Home and Farm , Tract No. 3. Adjoining second proceeds among tho heir value of their labor product, wU'lo horeln, I will offer for sale by pubtate as their interests may uuueai, tho mnchinery, w'io lic auction at the court houso door tract and beginning at a stone one and nil cost herein. I will offer for tho owner of 1.75 7th day pole west of the Hardlnsburg road; The Republican and on Monday, in neither labors nor produces, obtains 01 Hartford, 1'J.IO, UUOUl the u giutrv theuso east ono pole to said road; sale at public nuctlon to the highest ouo AUgUSl, 3.60 all tho surplus value of tho workers' p. m., upon a creuii ot bix momim, thenco north 65 east 31 poles to a and best bidder, at the court house The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald s Hartford, Ky., on Monday. labor product, or moro than with the privilege or paying casn n white onk; thence with Milligan door In 7, 1916, at about the hour of August 3.50 of what tho workers cun. desired by the purchaser tho follow- Wright's line north 2 east 22 poles one o'clock p. in., upon a credit of 6 The republican ana uaiiy uwensooro inquirer t: thenco 47 poles to tho beAnd thus the workerc aro robbed an J ing described property, Ohio county, to an elm; Containing two acres more and 12 months, the following desTwice-a-Wee- k O'boro Messenger 1.75 ginning. The Republican and "Ono tract of land In of exploited by private ownership Kentucky, and bounded as follows; or less, same land conveyed to W L. cribed property, A tract ot land in Ohio County, 1.75 .machinery. Beginning at a stake In the N. W. C. Leach, by John T. Lowo and wife " The Republican and Kentucky Farmer bounded as follows: social or collective own- corner of Joe McConnell's lino; by deed dated May 28, 1889. and rec- Kentucky, and on Instead of lino of Wm. the Beginning line; thenco ership of mnchlnes, we have private thenco east to the old E. corner of orded In deed book 8, pago 378, Ohio May's 5,000 aero survey at two The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 County Court Clerk's offlce. N. to a stone In the N. ownership of them elms; thence south or Individual The purchaser will be required to beeches and two said line; thenco W. to a stake; 1.60 on and exploitation of labor by tho pri- thence S. to tho beginning, contain- execute bond with approved security 80 west 58 poles to two beeches aero The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer ownership of muchlnes socially ing 20 acres, more or less," or sufll-cle- Immediately after sale and a lien the Itoe of Jas. Hardor's 8,000 lino vate $1.60 with Harder's thereof to produce tho sums of will bo retained as additional sure- survey;11 thence 17 poles to a whlto The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer used. west north ty. ownorshlp of machinery money ordered tobe made. gum; thence Trlvnto oak. maple and black This 17th day of July, 1916. Tho purchuser will be required to south 80, west 81 poles and 15 links socially used docs not competo with execute bond with approved securiOTTO C. MARTIN, to a stone; thenco north 6 east 90 conform to Indus- ty Immediately after salo, unless cash 3t3 social Justice, nor Master Commissioner. poles to a stone In center of big roodn; John B. Wilson, Attorney. is paid. trial fairness and economic right. leading from Beech Valley to This 17th day of July, 1916. Social tools should belong to tho thenco south 81 east 18 OTTO C. MARTIN, .MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. poles to n stono; thenco south 84 social users. Tho products of social 3t3 Muster Commissioner. east 80 poles and 15 links to two tools used by social producers should Woodward & Kirk, Attorneys. Ohio Circuit Court. und ono small beech; thenco Hut, belong to tho social workers. , Admr., et al., Plain- hickories 84 poles to tho beginning, C. F. Wallace, V-VES oast THE of promachinery tiffs, Instead, all tho containing 75 acres, less ten acres .MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. SEWING vs. Notice conveyed to M. E. Gilliam on the west duction bolougs to capitalist MACHINE Logan P. Crowder, ot al., Defendants. sldo of place, residue containing 05 Ohio Circuit Court. who get rich by simply By virtue of a Judgment and order acres, more or less. Being same land OF M. Swopo. ot nl., Plaintiffs, owning tho machinery of production J. of sale of tho Ohio Circuit Court convoyed to W. H. Ward, on Juno QUALITY. vs. Nottco. unrequited labor. 1916, and exploiting Josso R. Swopo, Admr., ot ul., De- - rendored at tho July term,purpose 1, 1915, deed recorded In deed In tho abovo cause, for the In view of tho wrongful exploitafntiiinmftbook 49. pago 334, Ohio County By virtue of a Judgment nnd order ot paying nil just and legal clalni3 Court Clerk's office. tion of social labor (by tho private to NOT tiiruuii i.uuii against tho estate ot Henry Crowder, und capitalist owucrs of machinery, of salo ot mo uuio torm, 1910, In deceased, and dividing tho proceeds I The purchaser will be requireu SOLD oxeclJto uou,i with npproved security profit from rondored nt tho July who extort tribute mo viuuun uuu mu immodintely alter salo, ami a ueu UNDER im niinvn r.iuHo. for the nurnoso ot auer paying tho social users of machinery), econ- paying tho following claims against cost, to tho heirs of the said Henry will be retained as additional securANY omic right und social Justlco both tho estate Of Bon H. awopo, ueceaseu, Crowder, deceased, ns their respec-- 1 ity. OTHER FeoKricht nil tho time. Don't lay off tlvo interests may appear and for col- J. L. Phillips note, ?12.91, dated This July 17. 1916. NAME. Imperatively domand social or C from work for days by taking- calomel MARTIN. the purpose of paying all the cost of OTTO C. 22, 1912, with Interest nt keeps yclective ownorshlp of machinery us- Aprilcent per annum from date; W. tho abovo law suit and the cost of this 3t3 when pleasant Master Commissioner. por on your feet, whlloreliovingypurteoub. ed in social production; In order that B. Wolls' note 175.00, dated March sale, I will offer for Balo by public WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. Heavrln & Kirk. Attorneys. le. Safer too, nnd easy to tako. Don I muy produce for uso, 1, 1908, with Interest nt 6 per cent auction to tho highest and best bid-dtho workers, Ifyou purchase theNKW HOME you will tako anything else. Yoii can't nfforil reat the court houso door In Hart- ' por annum from date; W. B. Wolls' uys. havo a life asset nt Uio price you pay, and will Instead of for proIH, and thus $100 Reward, $100 ford, Ky on Monday, the 7th day of it Eliminates poisons, cleanscaA nat will be The ceive tholr full Boclal labor product note $125, dated March 4, 1910, 6with August, 1916, about ono o'clock p. pleasedreaders of this paper least one not liavo an eudlcsa chain of repairs. tem and relieves constipation. to learn that there la at at tho rate of por Interest ural remedy, natural in its actions, euro science has been all they earn. Yes, "wo have Just cent per thereon from March 4, 1911, m on a crodlt ot 6 and 12 months, dreaded disease that stages, and that Is annum results. It Quality able to cure In all Its in its effect and certain in Ver-Lapolitics tn this following described property, o. llttlo too much x will Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the only uutll paid, credited by f 5.00 Dec. 17, tho won't bo long before Lio, ecoon-omlmedical Conslderej positive cure now known to the country now," but not onougn 1914; Jamos M, Swopo, note 130.00, completely oispiaco caiomei m ovui fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional Ohio A cortaln tract of land in and Industrial democracy und dated April 27, 1902, with Interest county, Kentucky, and bounded as disease, requires a constitutional treathome.t Children can take it freely an it U the ment. Haifa Catarrh Cure Is taken Inat 6 per cont per annum from dato follows: with perfect Bafety; Every bottle sruar economic Justlco! directly upon the blood ternally, acting M. Swopo, noto $10, anteed. 60c and ?l in bottles Nona Cheapest -, of freedom and until paid; Jas. 1914, with Interest Awtry's and mucous surfaces of the system, thereBeginning at a whlto oak, Wo need tho kind genuine without the likeness and signafoundation of the every dated April 18, M. Swopo, note N. E. corner; thenco west 140 poles by destroying thethe patient strengthdisby ease, and giving democracy which will inako the end L, K. Grigsby. For sale by turo of n from date; Jas. 10 east 26 building up the constitution and assisting thenco American citizen freo and equal with i7 ro .intort Anril 7. 1914. with In to a stono; stone, N.north doing Its lUrttord. Ky, J. H. viLLIAMfcJ, E. corner to II. naturelnmuch faithwork. The proprietors to buy. Wo terest from date until paid, credited poles to a In Its curative; ppw-ehave so every othor American citizen. that they offer.One Hundred IJpllsrs 24, X914;Jas. M. O. Awtry? thenco north 89 west 26 Sept. any machine, write for, want nelthor classes nor class di- by $12.951 i fl with interest irom. poles to a stone and white oak; for tl.- a case that It falls to cure.' Send jr you want a awnnn .... ttlmniils ' .;": classes exist, there and all thence north 28 poles to a dogwood, ivr ""si ws r. 3. CHBNBT ft CO., TOItao, u. ear latest catalogue before yvii'purcuase. until tmlil. ...,--. i i ,ioi stinctions. Aatrewt igftnu( .i.. thenco north saw vy an prut (. iso. all liberty", oquail'ty and fraternity I cost herein, 1 win oner lor wwe uj H. fiteSvait's'Corner; a stone; thenco Xtk tuira riuiur run torcntlptloa. TtoN'toSeKMfaOrwfie,!.' poles to 59 u Is dead! Lot the tools, the machines, public auction to mo niisueai I ILL MAKE CHANGES to-w- lt: It Always Helps do-gre- CARDUI The Woman's Tonic Get a Bottle Today! lf I 1- -9 to-wl- to-wl- t: ., TReYOUTffS COMPANION Better Than Ever in 1915 ", . " OUR CLUBBING RATES. one-thir- -- two-third- to-w- lt: nt Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. USE LI R-L AX NEW For Lazy Liver and the Troubles o Constipation. ax - j HOME I or to-w- lt: cs -," rs t...:. 1 ieg -- 82-ca- st using It yourself. Then you can spend your money defending damage A SKETCH 1U suits and will be ablo to die poor, which Is a very laudable ambition. everything that ROGER CASEMENT Blamo your car for you run out of l"")prna, even when oil and gasollno. Blow your horn every two minutes, MANY for then everybody will know that MADE LEADER IRISH fJUENDS THRU HIS CONGENyou are a new driver and will get IAL DISPOSITION. out of your way. SIR ilATFST WAR NFWS Monday, lluoslu. While unofficial advices from Petrograd glvo n report of n five-migain by the Russians in the Riga region, the British War Ofllcc says Russian attempts to advance southeast of that city wero broken by the Germans. le r EgWJOLA WT . jh'mww." -- - -- r- I j . m mm. m m JtAVWA, m m m - !'J. .'. Jl'J mm mm. iy.ii rf 'j. v l .MUNITIONS TAX UNFAIR HELD IMPORTANT PLACE I)u Did.ttreAt Work While Consul t nuil Stood By Ills Country During Boor Wur. Af-rlr- I'onLs Clio Other Industries That o London, July 24. Tho Roger Casement of other days Is dcscrlbpd liy onu who for some time was his noighbor In Africa, He writes: "At the time of the Boer Wnr, RogConsul for South er Cnsoment "West Africa nud had his headquarters at Sail Paul lie Loanda, the capAmong ital of Portuguese Angola. the few Englishmen there ho was an outstanding figure and was known all up and down the coast. He was an ideal consul. He hnd a strong and a. chnnrilng personality; Tall, lithe, and upstanding, with magnetic eyes mil a polnied beard, full of tireless energy and generous enthusiasm, ho was one of the Sir Richard Greenvlllo type. Uf.naily gentle and suave lie was capable of rage. Ho would boll with Indignation at the wrongs of some poor servlcal whose tale of misery and stifferlng under the cruel system of Indentured labor came to his attention. Ho fought for them and strove to relieve them All tho world knows of his later work in the Belgian Congo and in Brazil. His early work In West Africa, in less known, but it was equally great, perhaps greater.because It was done quietly and out of the limelight. Public It was true pioneer work. opinion bad not then been roused, and the existence-- of this form of slavery ,was,-- to most people un3 known. "He .bad considerable experience of .the jJVcst Coast of Africa. Before joining, tho Colonial service he was to; some time purser on the Elder Dempster steamers. It was while employed by tho Niger Coast Protectorate that he climbed the Came-Toon- n Mountain a feat which he in an excellent sonnet, celebrated It appeared written at tho summit. in the "Spectator." It is typical of tho man that he chose this method of expression. A sordid soul would have described the adventuro in prose and have made money. 'Casement lived at Loanda In a small bungalow, his sole companion a large Irish sheep dog called Rags and they were inseparable. The conHo sul was quite unconventional. would frequently go out for a stroll at sunribe with an old shooting jacket over his pajamas and Rags lurching at his heels, and return at sunset, tired out and happy, having fared through the day upon a few bananas. Ho was much addicted to and was ilieao lonely wanderings Known to all the country round. The native children especially were attracted to him, sure that In his capacious pockets lurked biscuits and small copper coins which were their for a grin. witty, "An excellent companion, good humored, and Virile, Casement was full of the Joy of life. He had many ecceiitriclties.but they wero all harmlcHS and many of them loveable He bad many pensioners. No beggar appealed to him in vain. His was always for good. Ho wa3 a keen athletic, a strong swimmer and a good cricketer. He was widely and well lead, an artist and a poet of no mean order. At that time much of his leisure was dovoted to compiling a book of simplo rhymes and delightful sketches for some children In Ireland and It was a ram privilege to watch this grow under Ills bund. Casement was a homo ruler, because he was an Irishman, and upuu this fiubjoct ho was fiercely eloquent. His usually soft voice would grow strong and deep and his eyes would flush on tho raro occasions when ho allowed hlmsolf to lie drawn Into a dibcusulon upon the subject of his fcolovcd Iroland. "It bus been s.tld ho hud pro-Bosympathies at that time. This is tho reverse of tho truth. No people who tolerated oppression in their dealings with native- - races had any sympathy from Roger Casement. "He was at this time a truo, a loyal and an honest gentleman. It Is impossible to connect wjth our Roger Casement the lonely and bedraggled nguro spewed, up on tho coast of tho land he loved so well. Our Roger Casement is dead!" whole-heartedly. or sumed nloiv; tho whole line from Tho Britof Pozlcrcs to Gullleniont. Washington, July 22. Scores protests against the proposed war ish captured tho Germnn outer works munitions tax nronindo by tho copper near Pozlores by assault and carried people, powder manufacturer and the fighting into tho village, nccord-- ! others, who claim they are not get- ing to the British report. Longueval also was tho scene of a desperate ting a square deal. The du Pont Powder company charges that the struggtc, Berlin declares the BrittIHt nttnnra t1. uiiuina tenm int.tl0Afl n tin n 1.1 v IOI1 ,,Juioi;ki now revenue bill providing for a tax on powder discriminates against all heavy losses. manufacturers of explosives, singling liukoulnn. Under tho menace of out their Industries for drastic treatment amounting to penalization. a heavy Russian assault the Austrlnns They declare that others engaged In in the Carpathian region of Southern the manufacture of munitions of war, Bukowlna, southeast of Tatarow, are making equal or greater profits, have withdrawn toward the main ridgo of the Carpathians, according to are permitted to go free. the beginning of the war," the Vienna Wnr office. "Prom said the protest of the company to tho wnys and means committee, "to Italy. Italian troops are continuand including April last, there were ing their pressure on the Austrian exported from tho United States for , lines In the Trentlno, scoring new ad military purposes auto trucks and vances along the Posina line ami on passenger automobiles to the valuo the Bette Conununl Plateau. . of $142,000,000; aeroplanes In parts, J7.800.000; motorcycles, $4,162,000; Tuesday. tires, rubber, including automobile The Western Front. Australian $41,800,000, and wollen goods, troops are still fighting fiercely with the Germans for tho possession of Poziere3, and the head of the road READ THIS. The leading from it to Bapaume. e If In need of Corn, Hay, Oats.Dlx-l- greater part of the village Is now reFeeds, Chicken or Arab Mixed ported to be In the Australian'3 Feeds; Grits and Shells, Weber Wagons, Farm Implements, Repairs on hands. There has been a diminution in tho Deorlng and McCormlck Mowthe vicious fighting along the front. ing Machines, Grass and Field Seeds marked the recent British which of all kinds, In season.as well as the and French offensives. Only small 'ae3t Patent Blue Ribbon and Second engagements are Indicated in the ofPatent Red Rose Flour, two-foEngTile for wells, Rock Salt, Stock and ficial reports of France and Remedies, we are prepared land. Poultry That the pressure brought to bear to furnish you as cheap as like arto be had elsewhere. If not against the Germans by the Allies ticles are Teucheaper. Call and let us quote you along the Somme has forced the tons to bring up buying. before from Verdun to the newer battle-froW. E. ELLIS & BRO., was shown In yesterday's reThe Produce Men, ports from Berlin. The German Hartford, Ky. 3t3 Note Cash always paid for Poul- statement said that Brandenburg grenadiers, "of Douaumont fame." try and Eggs. defeated the British In the fight Sunm day at Longeval. AMERICAN PARTY' NAMES v SULZER AS ITS CANDIDATE Ruvshi. Unofficial reports cred-In- g Minneapolis, July 24. A number the Russians with extensive gains of delegates to the convention of tho against the Germans in the region New American party weie protest- of Riga have not been confirmed by ing Sunday against the action of the official statements of either Berother delegates In nominating Wil- lin or Petrograd. Smaller gains are former governor of claimed by the Slavs In the Lipa secliam Sulzer, Now York, as candidate for presi- tor. Emperor William Is said to be dent In a secret meeting here Satur- observing the operations on tho day night. Eastern front. Mr. Sulzer, who was defeated for the presidential nomination of the Wednesday. Prohibition party In St. Paul last British Front. Fierce fighting is week and who later said he would still in progress in the Somme region, be the American party candidate, d combats being froqtient. announced that the platform of the The British are holding tenaciously new party "was the greatest ever to portions of Pozleres, where GerIt denounces war, de- man Infantrymen In attempting to written." clares for equal suffrage, nation- regain the northeastern portion of wide prohibition, "civic and religithe village were repulsed. ous liberty, freedom of worship and separation of church and state," he l'rench Lines. Except tor a viosaid. of La Laufee, bombardment I J I I ." ot nt hand-to-han- Esrnpc Iievy. Franco. The battle on the British front in Northern Franco was re- EVERYBODY COME! JTVERY man, womnn and child in this community plan now to attend our Welfare the dates for which are announced below. There will be entertainment, instructions and inspiration for nil. Some of the lending attractions are ns follows: Two popular lectures by Charles F. Stalker, a Chautnuqua lecturer of mnny yenrs experience; two lectures, one illustrated with stereop-tico- n views by Lieutenant Donald McGibney, on his Chau-taaqun, by Dr. William H. Kent, on "Building Up the Homo Town"; two entertainments by Irwin "Prinee of Mnglc"; and two musicnl concerts each by Minctti, the Itnlinn the Capital City Concert Company; and The Dickson's, n quartette composed of a mother and her three musicnl sons. The program is a lively and entertaining ono throughout, and olTcrs a rare treat to tho pcdplo of experiences in the French trenches; two lectures this immunity. BUY A SEASON TICKET AND SAVE MONEY Hartford, August 6, 7 and 8. have been sians. captured by the Rus- Western I'ronn. With the vlllago of Pozieres completely nud apparently securely In their hands and having strengthened their position there by the capture of two strong trenches west of the village, the British troops seemingly are resting before attempting again to throw their forces against tho Germans.who are blocking their advance toward Bapaume. South of the Somme the French have recorded another success in the taking of a fortified house, with some prisoners, southeast of the village of Estrees. m I CLOTHES For Hot Days! Well, Well, But It's Hot) Have you the clothes to stand this July sun? Have you the skeleton suit, as thin as we dare make it and as thin as you dare wear it? It weather is not so bad if you have the right kind of clothingthe kind we are offering. Mccormick asks jamks to make many speeches Washington, July 24. Vance O. McCormlck, chairman of the Democratic National Committee, who spent the day In Washington, at length with Senator Jamei; at the Capitol this afternoon regarding plans for the Democratic campaign. He booked the for several speeches in Maine next month and told him that it Is tho wish of President Wilson that Senator James shall be the principal spokesman for the Administration cause in New York, Indiana and tho doubtful States. Mr. other McCormlck, who had luncheon at tho White House, returned to New York con-terrn ed Come and See How Cool We Can Make You. Our Palm Beaches, Kool Krash and Low Rate Evcurdon. The L. & N. R. R. will run an excursion from Providence to Louls-vlll- o, Ky., on Saturday, July 29th, Providence at 12 191G, leaving o'clock, noon. Faro for the round trip, $2.00. Lv. Madtsonvllle,12:35 p.m.,faro$2.00 Lv. Bremen . . 1:00 p. m., fare 2.00 Lv. Lynn City. .1:05 p. m., fare 2.00 Lv. Moorman.. 1:09 p. in., fare 1.75 Lv. Centertown..! : 25 p. m., fare 1.75 Lv. llartfor-- . . 1 : 45 p. m faro 1.50 Lv. Sunnydale..2:00 p. m., fare 1.50 Lv. Dundee. ..2:10 p. m., fare 1.50 Ar. Ellmltch 2:30 p.m. Ar. Louisville G:30 p. m. Leaves Louisville, returning, July 30th, 7 o'clock p. m. i Tho Week In County Court. Q. B. Brown qualified as guardian of Winnlo KIrtloy Southard, Dulclo KIrtley Smith and Nannio Leo KIrtloy on July 27th. Ilulllo Hine3 qualified as administratrix of the ostnto of Claronce Hlnes, deceased, on July 25th. Mrs. Mary Tlchenor, of Conter-towwas trlod In County Court on tho 24th on a lunacy cbargo and was committed to the Westorn Kentucky Asylum for the lusano. 55ach Greer and Alpha Johnson wero rocontly urralgned In County Court charged with breach of tho peace. Thoy pleaded guilty and were each given $5.00 and cost. Wendell Greer was also given $1 and cost on a plain drunk charge. n, 'n New Grocery. We have Installed a large and com plete line of staple and fancy grocer- les in tne uriiun uuuuing aim uru now ready for business. We operate on an absolutely cash basis which lent northeast of Verdun, there have been accounts for our remarkably low prices. Call, look over our lino and no important actions. Inquire about our cut rate prices. Nelson's Blue Front Cash Grocery, Eastern Front. Tho Russians 3tt Hartford. Ky. continue to make progress against the Teutonic allies In the Volhynla HEAVRIN INVITED TO district, sending troops across the ATTEND NOTIFICATION Slonovke River. Four cannon, Ave machine guns, later used against Mr. M. L. Heavrln has been Invitthe Austrlans and Germans, wero ed by the Republican National Comtaken by the Russians, with 1,000 mittee to be present at the official prisoners. of tho nomination of notification In Mr. Hughes for the presidency Aiistro-ItJilluThe Italians, re- Now York Mouday evening and ha3 port the capture of Monte Clmono, a signified his intention of attendfurther advance in the Monte Clilesa ing. region and the repulse of counter atMr. Heavrln Is also Invited to attacks on captured trenches near Sus-er- a tend a leceptlon given by Mr. Hughes and Xebio, on tho Aslago pla- at tho Hotel Astor Immediately after teau. Ho extho notification ceremonies. pects to leave today or tomorrow for Tliuisdiiy. Now York. Russia. Tho Petrograd and BerFor Sale. lin communications aro at variance A 100 ncro farm 4 mllc3 east of concerning the results of fighting that has taken place near Riga and In the Hartford, on tho border of tho oil Petrograd flolds. Good dwelling, barn and othvicinity of Baranovichi. Young claims the repulse of an offouslvo by er necessary outbuildings. Field Marshal von Hlndenburg's orchard, strawberry bed and other men, near Riga, while Berlin asserts pleasing features. If bond3 carry y seat pike will bo near. that tho Germans penetrated Russian advanced positions there and destroy- Seo, or wrlto Tlnsley & Barnett, Llkowlso Petrograd claims Hartford, Ky., for further particued them. Inter-count- Serges all are waiting to do their share in keeping you cool. And then we have a host of accessories, such as Negligee Shirts, Straw Hats, Wash Ties, Thin Underwear, Etc. Come and let us us cool you off. Your purse will hardly know it. Carson ing eaten by snakes, of which there aro thousands this year. Tho streams aro literally full of poisonous wntor moccasins, which aro said to bo subsisting on tho fish. Capt. Edward Pendleton, U. S. A , Si TCOZir,OXI-,V3?X:3- D Co. Bluo-grass Hartford, Ky. ton that tho campaign bo opened in that city resulted In nn nnnounco- mont by Chairman Ludlow F. Potty last night thut ho regarded tho capital as tlto logical point for alt. wilt (vnl.1 It Advice to Driver. If you find your machine missing, advertise and 'somebody may bring t , . Alwlys, baVe your kid dxiror yourv'car. wnon you are not .bade whilo Berlin declares that strong Russian attacks In this vicinity wero put down with heavy casualties by the Germans. Tho Turks havo evacuated Erzln-gain Turkish Armenia, and the Russians aro in possession of this For Sale. Good 120 acre rami on Rough important strategic point. In the Slonovka district, PetroUtver, 3 miles west of Hartford. 60 acres in cultivation; other' 60 acres grad says the Teutons are suffering heavy casualties, and that more than Improved. Apply, woodland. 4,000 men, flvo guns, six machine TINSLEY"& BARNETT, guns and quantities of ' munitions Hartford, Ky. Baranovichi, n, f, ll A TlllUulltno II Ofl tho opening of tho campaign, Two plans havo boon discussed by tho committee, ho said ono of which was ( to havo numerous speakings on tho samo day In vurtous sections of tho State, and tho othor to have ono big ( lars. discovered a wator moccasin, eigh- garnering in somo centrally located teen Inches long, between hts under- city. In the event tho latter plan SNAKES KILLING FISH ho said, Lexington wear and trousers. Ho had an ex- was adopted, Army Oflicer Kind. Moccasin citing tiino killing the reptile, which would havo the preference. The comRetired mittee will meot this week to fix a is very poisonous. Courlor-Journa- l. in His Pants. date for tho opening of the cammrwm Q. O. I MAY paign. Danvlllo. Ky., July 24. On ac- PETTY SAYS , START HALL AT LEXINGTON extreme scarcity of fish count of tho For Sate. in the streams and ponds this season, 51 acres. laud for salo. Invitations received at RepublicFlalg and other lovers uf Raymond L. C. BROWN, . an headquarters yesterday from the Apply to the' sport In this section have cou-McIIonry, Ky. and other eluded an Investigation as to tho Chamber of Commerce 'commercial organizations at Lexing . Special " Deputy Banking Cooft cause and find that the fishes are be retired, uttompted to catch minnows from a pond east of town this morning discovered an army of snakes, which had practically eaten all tho fish. As ho was returning homo ho -