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"IS IT HOT ENOUGH FOR YOU?" bathing parties. A prominent physician a fow dayB ago took n party of young society belles In hU nuto up Stoner crock. Aftor an startPOOL 1916 CROP hour's sport In the water thoy In the ed for town, hut became lost woods and did not "get their bearings" until daylight. TOBACCO OKOWEKH MKKT AND Jlut when a gay party of boys and STEPS TAKEN TO JOIN WITH girls In two automobiles, clad only DAVIESS COUNTY. In their bathing suits and pleasant smiles, drove down Main street the moro scdato mombcrB of the comthat the limit had BALMAIN OBJECTS munity declared Complaint was made REV. been reached. to n policeman, but ho was too horrified for n moment to Interfere, and l.'Avors Ohio County Going Alon bv tho tlmo he had recovered his In Jinny I'roiMCft For IJwtt Crop equanimity the bathing party was Years Adds Villi. well on Its way up tho creek. EVIDENCE FOUND In response to" Invitations from organizers of tho Growers Association between Ohio county Rrty iinJ Hcventy-flv- o growers met In the court house- here Haturdu to discuss the situation and organize In this county. S. 11. Leo mid T. M Maples, of OwenHboro, witu Bent over by tho jvTfcoclatlon to perfect the local organization. The house was called to ordor by T M. Maples, who made a pcech netting forth reasons why the growers slion'd orgnulzo and pool their 1916 crop of tobacco. Ho condemned tho loose leaf floors and cited InBtances where the farmers recolved raw deals last fall at tho hands of tho Owcnsboro buyers. Mr. Lee followed with a strong and forceful argument along tho samo lines. Ho said the tobacco growers of Daviess county had at last realizon ed that thoy could not get Justice the Ioobo leaf floors and that they were coming Into the exAssociation every day. After purpose of the Associaplaining the organization and tho details of Its speaker announced that ha tion the queswould be glad to answer any Rev. T. H. Balmaln, of near tions. Hartford, took the floor, charged Daviess county with having desorted they Ohio several years ago whon leaving hold their part of tho pool thing Ohio county out. said tho same might happen ngaln and recommended that Ohio county pool seperute and Ho apart from any other county. brought charges against Leo. also longth Win. Lake arose and spoke at of Joining with tho in favor poolers. When Lake had finished several of tho growers tried to apeak nt tho samo time, Including Rev. Ualmaln. Considerable uproar was the result and to stop tho confusion L. B. TIchenor was elected chairman. Tho chairman spoko In favor of the rfpvemont to Join Daviess, Hancock, and McLean In tho pool. Soveral made Bhort talks and someone called or Dr. B. F. TIchenor. The doctor answered mid made a stirring talk Ho said favoring the' movement. tjo Ohio county tobacco crop was the best he had seen for years and that he wanted to boo It delivered to points In tho county and not taken to Owensboro. It was getting lato and It could bo Been that many were getting restless to bo on their way homo. J. T. Morris made a motion that tho body set a later date, when more of tho formers could bo present, and then organize If It was their wish. Lid Nowcomb offered an amendment that the date ho Saturday, July 29. Tho amendment was accepted and the election of a committeeman from tho Hartford Magisterial District to meet In Owcnsboro with the delegates Tuesday was tho next thing In ordor. Mr. Lee nominated tho chairman, L. B. Tlchonor, who was olectod. Mr. Tlchonor attended the meeting In Owensboro Tuesday and was well pleased with what he found In Daviess. A meeting of tho farmors of tho county lo called for Saturday, August 12 at which time Mr. Tlchouor tho organization will report nnd question will again be taken up. A large crowd Is expected to attend this mooting. To-yc- 0vJ J I -- : Wl J face valuo of 3221,875,000, and pounds of paper were requir- MINERS DEAF TO ed to print them. To make this paper 3,500 spruce trees, covering an CALL area of sixty acres, were cut down in tho mountains of Western North Carolina. The stamps are printed in sheets of 100 each, and placed one upon another, these sheets would OPERATORS FAIL IN PLAN TO' BREAK STRIKE IN WESTform a shaft six miles in height, or ERN KENTUCKY. end to end would stretch for 160,000 ll miles, ten stamps w.lde. A single row of stamps would stretch tor 160,-00- 0 miles, enough to girdle tho earth ONLY 1 PER CENT REPORT more than six times. The bureau accounted for every single stamp o Inspectors check- Only One Man nt Rockport Ready to when die ed over the accounts there, not onn ' "v Enter Shaft Nono at stamp going astray. Courier-Journa- l. Bevicr. WHISTLES' post-ofllc- ' To Com let uii Fruiirlnco Aug. 1. Honib Thrower. mentary ovldcnco sulnclent to convict those In custody on a charge of cuuBing the bomb explosion ten days ago during the propircdness parade wlu'ii nine persons wore killed and 40 injured, Is In tho hands of tho polloo today, according to Dlrlrlct Attorney C. M. A San Francisco, Docu- WOKE ONLY BATHING SUITS AND SMILES Daniel Boone, and the banks of Stoner creok are constantly lined with throngs of society people ready to . take the plunge. latest society fad Is automo- Tho Paris, Ky., Aug. 1. Paris has gone "bathing crazy." The pool at tho local Y. M. O. A. is being worked overtime; numorous bathing parties go dally to Camp swim-mln- g raid last night by tho pollco on tho headquarters of the alleged lead ers of tho plot resulted In the con fiscation of tho prlvato lotter file and other papers of Thomas Mooney, la bor agitator suspected of being con cerned In placing tho bomb. According to Mr. Flckert, the let- DUNDEE MAN PLUNGES ters contain Important evidence reINTO WATERY GRAVE garding the explosion as well as Information boarlng on the wreckage of the Los Angeles Times building six years agp. TAKES TO UOUGH RIVF.lt WHILE In one of vthe letters written by FLEEING FROM CONSTABLE Mooney Just prior to the preparedAND IS DROWNED. said, according to ness parade, he Flckert: "It I can pull oft what I am planning I will bo the biggest While trying to escape from arman in the San Francisco labor cirrest at tho hands of Constable Charcles." lie Wedding last week Ferda Lee made his way through some bushe3 VACCINE TO PREVENT" HAY FEVER ATTACKS on the bank, plunged Into the waters of Rough River and was drowned. are fow diseases wlilch There wero no eye witnesses to the "Thero cause more discomfort and real suf drowning and most all who saw tho fering than that known as hay fe-- i flight of Leo believed that he had ver. hay ostlAna or rose cold," says made his escape, including Constable Wedding. When ho did not show Dr. M. B. Uavenel of the Department a of Provontlvo Medicine of tho Unl- - up the next morning, however, verslty of Missouri. Dr. Uavenel search was begun. The river was says tho symptoms come on with dragged but not until Saturday sneezing and watering of tho eyes,' morning was the body found. It I resembling In many ways tho symp- nan uruifu up un uie uunuee mill toms of an atuto cold, though It Is dam and was recovered by Tom much more prolonged and Is moro In- - ( Smith, of Dundee. tenso. Often It is accompauled by, A warrant had been sworn out I for Leo by Everett Maden, who claimasthma. has been tho most difficult of ed that he (Leo) had been discour It all diseases to prevent and cure, teous to his (Maden's) cousin, a and It Is only recently that tho cause ' young girl some 15 or 16 years of of it has been found. It has now age. Constable Wedding approachbeen definitely proven that hay fe-- ( ed Leo Thursday afternoon near the ver Is duo to the pollens of various L. & N. depot. Ho was working plants. The most common of these with the section crew, and bofore the nro probably golden roiL, timothy Constable could read tho warrant grass and rug wood. Tho albumin- he had started running in tho direc ous portion of tho pollen produces' tion of tho bridge. The officer gave tho disease. Somo people are sub-- J chase and claims ho fired three shots, while two Into tho ground and one about ceptible to various pollens, others are not us they have either six feet to tho right, In an effort to becomo Immunized or else they have stop him. Leo took retugo behind not the peculiar sensitiveness to the some tics, then mado for some albuminous constituents of tho pol-- 1 bushes on the banks of Hough rlvor, Ion. Tho dlseaso Is periodical, com- near what Is called the mill pond, Ho was never seen ing on each year, ulmost pn the samo nnd disappeared. alive again. Wedding gavo up tho dny. Researches havo resulted In thO( chase at this stage and returned. discovery of a vaccine for tho pre- Tracks leading Into tho water flr3t vention of tho dlBeaso which Is qulto lead to suspicion, hut Leo was a Much relief can bo glv-- J good swimmer nnd it was hard to successful. by this treatment and In tho ma- bollovo that ho could bo drowned at en jority of cases tho attack can bo ward- that point. It is thought that ho ed off. Vaccines nro now on tho cramped. A coroner's Inquest was held Satinarkot usually put up In little tubes containing tho full dose with direc- urday, tho body closoly examined and tions for Injection under the skin. Constable Wedding wns exonerated. It Is best to bgeln tho treatmont six or No bullet holes or marks wore found eight weeks In advance of the tlmo on tho body nnd accidental drowning of tho expected attack. By the usoj wns given as tho cause ot death. of tho vaccines, one is mado Immune Young Leo wus tho son ot Mr. A. S. to tho pollens oi mo vuriuuo luuuio. Lee, ot Sunnydale. It Is llkowlso essential In tho preAeroplane Runs Amuck. vention of hay fover, that all grass Ontario, Cal., July 30. Second and weeds be kept- - down as much Lieutenant S. H. Wheeler of the Aras posslblo. my Aviation School at North Island, . lost control of hla aeroplane hero FriMARK1AGK LICENSES SINCE LAST REPORT day and crashed into a lino of autoISSUED mobiles, overturning four, killing of Rockport, Harold Stoebo, 4 yea'rs old, and seEstll D. Fulkerson, riously Injuring Mrs. C. A. Stoebo, to Eva Leo Fultqn, Beaver Dam. Clark, Echols, to Elslo L. tho boy's mother. W. II. Lieut. Wheeler was not injured, alDocker, Echols. Fordsvllle, to though his machine wbb wrecked. Calloway, George Zona Sapp, Fordsvllle. A Clean Mop. W. H. Murphy, Olaton, to Mrs. Ho If I call pa "pop," why can't Corda Fejlx, (Qlaton. t , Harrison Cook, Banook,' Butler I call ma "mop"TShe It you do, she'll wipe the county, Kentucky, to Bertha Payton, States. floor with you. Judge. ot Goft; Ky. J Flckert. I - (By Dan Walsh, Jr.) Central City, Ky., Aug. 2. Thtf Gen. FunMon to Kid Border of Fnko first day of the attempt by the operCorrespondents. ators In the coal field In and about. San Antonio, Tex., Aug. 1. Cen. Muhlenberg county to break the four Funston sent a telegram tonight to months' strike over wago and workthe war department announcing I1I3 ing conditions had as little effect as Intention to rid the various Nation the order from the international orcor ganization of tho union for the men al guard camps of newspaper false to return to their picks. In keoplng who send out respondents, nccottnts of conditions there. He re with a promiso signified by the blow as ing of whistles of the mines belongferred to such correspondents "pests," declaring they had been ing to members of the Western Kentucky Coal Operators' Association, guilty of a "carnival of lying." "I havo never seen or heard of steam was up at all the mines this" anything that approached it for morning and tho shafts wero runsheer maliciousness and shameless- - ning, but scarcely 1 per cent of the Qreene in New York Telegram. strikers returned to work under iiess," he said. proposed by the owners',"" An order has been isued to all Committee-representincommanders along the border cov- approved by the Scale the union men, Indorsering future action against newsWILSON WILL NOT sending dispatches ed by the international organization, paper men but rejected by the district officers' may be classed VISIT WINCHESTER which In each Instance as "untruth- and their referendum vote. the offender ful." Out of 400 men needed at Graham, wilt be tried by a special court composed of National guard officers Ky., fourteen appeared this morning AND SAYS TRIP from his own state: If found guilty with their cap lights and picks. At Rockport one miner was ready to go REFUSES TO OPEN KENTUCICY he sumarlly will be sent home. CAMPAIGN. down In the shaft instead of the six; the day before, this mine having TOBACCO GROWERS WANT present plan of breaking ACRES PLEDGED 85,000 the strike?" At Bevler, where th Washington, D. C, August 2. President Wilson declined y the Clarksville, Tenn., Aug. 1. A mines are owned by the Crescent Coal Invitation extended to him by Sena- mass meeting of the tobacro growers Company, of which F. P. Wright, header of the Western Kentucky Coal tor James"1 and Representatives J. of this section "was held at Campbell Cantrlll and A. B. Rouse houso today, presided over by W Operators Association, is president, to deliver a political speech at Win- - c. Patrick, F. G. Ewlng, of the old i not a man offered to work. However, Chester on September 5 on his way association, made a short talk, stat-bac- k the operators feel that, in view ot t want among the 3- ,to Washington from Hodgen- -' jng tuc result of the work in West vllle, where he will accept the Lin- - j Tonnessee counties, which ha3 been 000 remaining miners who depend coin Memorial Farm on behalf of tho very encouraging. Election day for a livelihood for themselves and Federal Government on Labor day. ' next Thursday has been set as a day their families upon the work in the He told the "Kentucklans, during wnen a concerted action throughout 'mines, and the understanding that-th- e owners will not yield, the striktheir conference nt the White House, ne "Black Patch" In Tenessee will that he was going to Hodgenvllle on j,e made for signers of the association ers gradually will yield: Union Leaders Obstinate. mission to pay trl - ' pledge. It has been decided that n On the other hand, the union lead- -bute to tho memory ot a great Amer- - !uniess 85,000 acres are pledged to tho ' lean, and that ho did not think that association further plans oMts organ- ers are Just as confident that the'' miners will not surrender and that politics should be made a part of his ization will be dropped. the only way the strike can be programme at that time. Tho brought to a close Is for the operaPresident made it plain, however, GREAT BRITAIN FACED tors to sign a contract covering the he hoped to visit Kentucky at a that DESTRUCTION IN 1013 demands. H. H. Vincent, secretary later day, and that then ho would bo treasurer ot the district union, said pleased to make a political speech. Paris, Aug. 1. "On the first ot last night: "Wo have been busy all Senator James and Congressmen June, 1915," Lloyd- said David Cantrlll nnd Rouso called at tho i George, the British Secretary of day answering telephone calls from miners who had been told by agents request War, White House at tho urgent in conversation with Maurlco of tho operators that despite our at Barres, of the Democratic Committee the French academician and the district leaders would the novelist, "the British army had one Winchester that had suggested opening of the Democratic State week's supply of munitions and only not oppose the men going back to campaign be changed from September 75,000 shots In tho reserve stock at work under tho conditions proposed by tho owners. We have notified ev9 to September 5 in order that the rear. It had nothing more. ery miner In the district through the Clark the President might speak at the "If thero had been a great attack, officers of tho various locals that wa county capital on his return from what would have become of us? If have not relented one whit, that Hodgenvllle. Tho Winchester comtho Germans had turned upon our has settled the matter, mittee wroto numerous letters to Mr. Soldiers the forces they then hurled and that the miners must not go back Cantrlll, tho chairman of tho State on tho Russians I don't see how wo to work until the operators sign a Campaign Committee, asking him to havo saved ourselves." contract for tho continuance of the move up tho could arrange, if possible, to old scale In its entirety. Courier-Journa- l. date for the opening of the camGuaid Kills Miner. paign. Marlon, Ky., Aug. 1. Another e tight occurred last night at Roslclaro, 1,303 ALLIED MERCHANT SENATE VOTES $540,000 been on SHIPS SUNK DURING WAR- FOR FLOOD SUFFEUHRS 111., where tho miners havo a strlUo for sovoral weeks, In which othBorlln, Aug. 1 (wireless to Say- Washington, Aug. 1. Tho fennte ono man was killed and several Is re- a.llln y r "i adopted Senator Under- ers wounded. The troublo, it viuuj. 1ii... .. l.. .ifi vat. Inc. nrfM niouivoi ...v.. lato ported, began In a restaurant when an aggregate or 502,000 tons, havo wood's Joint resolution to approminer, fired a pispriate $540,000 for relief of flood Holly Shockley, a Moore, a guard beon lost by tho Entente Allie3 dur tol at "Big Jim" Ing tho war, ncordlng to statistics sufferers In Alabama, Florida, GeorMooro y by the German tics given out Mississippi and North and South wounding him In tho shoulder. gia, shot at Shockley, Admiralty, tho figures being brought Carolina. Tho resolution will be then turned and killing him Instantly. A general i.p to Juno 30 last. Of this number, urged In the House fight followed between the strikers rays the statement, tho British lost '4 and tho guards lead by Deputy Sher- forty vessels with a tonnage of 485,-00Sale. For Tenny Taylor, a miner, Tho losses ot the Toutonli: 51 acres ot farming land for sale. iff Basket. was arrested and is In a Berlous con- Allies are given In tho statement as L. C. BROWN, Apply to dition. thirty warships, of 1G2.000 tons la McIIonry, Ky. o Com- tho aggregate Special Deputy Banking The British losses are given comSIXTY KILLED AND FORTY INJURIED IN BLAST prising eleven battleships, seventeen 40,000,000 POSTAGE armored cruisora and twelve cruisSTAMPS MADE EACH DAY Nogales, Ariz., Aug. 1. The ex- ers. The merchant ships sunk by tho to the In a pamphlet received by Post- plosion of a carload of dynamlto Teutonic allies, according Car-ranstatement, number a total pf 1,303 master Ernest T. Schraltt from Jos killed sixty and wounded forty soldiers at Empalmo, near with an aggregate tonnage of 2,- -' eph E. Ralph, director of tho Dureau Engraving and Printing, at Wash Guayraas, Sonora, according to re- 000,574. of ej It was ington, It is stated that 40,000,000 ports received here Loans wunted in Muhlenberg, Mcpostago stamps are manufactured stated that tho Mexican authorities Daviess, Webster. Butler and each day, and during the fiscal year are proceeding in their Investigation Lean, roal explosion was Ohio counties on good'flref-cIaB11,289,000,900 perfect on the theory that the of 1914-191- 5 to the due to a shot "deliberately fired into estate tor 5 years. postago stamps were delivered W. H. PARKS GQ.000-posof the United the car. Buildlugs In Empafme are offices t Hartford,' Ky. 5oit represent a said to have been badly 'damaged.' Thesejatampa g to-dathe-cour- thoover-Increasing al m ie MA IIS MUST GO. ;; w 0. za to-da- y. a loss of tlmo. Tho macttlno consists of a substantial base-Dlat- o with an accurately ground, hardened steel facing and an integral OFF standard carrying a measuring apPROBLEM roads In pliance. The thousandths of an Inch, each grad uation representing a PROPOSAL Ol'" CARRANZA FOR Inch movement of the Indicator CAUSK8 COMMISSION stem. IIKIjAY. The work to be measured is placed under the measuring point on tho multiplying lever. As this Is very fulcrum, a relatively slight PACIFICATION FAR OFF near thowill be changed to one of 10 motion times that magnitude at tho If tho work Is but of American Forces TVIUiflrawttl Inch larger or smaller Would Iawvo Section Un- than tho standard, tho pointer of tho liroloctod. Indicator will move over 10 graduations on the dial. A error of one-tenof a thousandth will move the Washington, August 1. Tho ac- pointer one graduation. ceptance by tho United States of tho Carranza for tho Cure for Cholera Morbus. proposal of Gen. "When our llttlo boy, now seven creation of a commission to ndju&t tho differences between this countr years old, was a baby ho was cured of cholera morbus by Chamberlain's and Mexico, It was declared In circles will operate to post- Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Kcme-dy,- " writes Mrs. Sidney Simmons, pone until after the November elections n solution of tho Mexican prob- Fair Haven, N. Y. "Since then other members of my family have used lem. It was assorted that Mexico can- this valuable medicine for colic and not be composed nor her condition bowel troubles with good satisfacImproved by tho determination of tion and I gladly endorse it 83 a remthe mnttera suggested by Gen. Car- edy of exceptional merit." Obtainm ranza for consideration and recom- able everywhere. The mendation by tho commission. withdrawal of tho American troops, UNITED STATES HOLDS KECOKD IN AUTOMOBILES Carranza's first condition, will leavo the area evacuated denuded of forces corapotent to deal with Vllllstas, It That the United Stat03 stands supreme and almost by Itself In Its was stated. Decision as to the second question automobile population Is Indicated to be Bubmlttcn to tho commission, by the following table taken from the placing of responsibility for the "Tho Radiator." With an automotho border raids, It was pointed out, bile population of 2,400,000, cannot better Mexico's affairs, as United States not only leads the rest ts of tho world, but has more than all tho responsibility for the raids known already to both the de facR of the other countries combined. government and tho State Depart- Great Britain Is second with hardly h the total automent. The third duty of the com- more than mission, to nettle the differences aris- mobile population which the United ing from the border raids, it was as- States has. 50 serted, probably will devolve later Arabia 12,500 upon n mixed commission, or will Argentina .'. 20,350 Australia be submitted to arbitrators. 13,160 As neither tho United States nor Austria 5,400 Mexico is bound to accept tho find- Brazil 8,340 ings of the commission, its charac- British South Africa 3,050 ter will bo wholly advisory, and it Bulgaria 55,600 Is expected months wll pass beforo Canada 2,150 It reports Its findings, even if no un- Ceylon 714 toward event occurs to disrupt it, China 6,52." authorities hero are confident that It Denmark 171 will not bo able to adjust grievances Ecuador 87J of the United States, or to perfect a Egypt 98,400 workable plan for tho satisfactory France 71,45.ri settlement of all issues between the Germany 276,690 two countries. Great Britain 335 Greece Famine Is Feared. 3,750 The present condition of Mexico, Holland 6.200 it ig' said, is such that general fam- Hungary 11 ine is likely to set in at any time. Iceland 7,735 The people cannot plant crops be- India 13,000 cause of revolutionary activity, and Italy 1,500 practically all banks have gone out Japan 4,290 of business on account of tho small Mexico 10,060 value ot Carranza's paper money. New Zealand 18 The Carranza currency Is report- Nicaragua 975 ed to bo depreciating rapidly, while Norway 350 lie and his associates are becoming Peru 2,500 rich through tho fact that they Portugal 9.000 compel foreign corporations to ac- Spain 6,086 cept tho do facto currency while they Sweden 5,100 must pay their obligations in gold. Switzerland 525 It is eald today by a Stato De- Turkey 2,400,000 partment official that one of Car- United States 11,810 ranza's grievances against tho Unit- Uruguay -- . ed States is tho failure of this governBachelor (sadly) I dreamed last ment to extend to his administration It was stated night that I was married. The alarm de Juro recognition. that President Wilson is determined clock woke me. I dreamBenedict (more sadly) aot to give full recognition to the Mexican government until Carranza ed last night that I was single. The the twins woke me. Clipped. or his Huccessor Mexican constitutional system. It Is expected hero that there will be no difficulty encountered by tho commission in obtaining President Wilson's assent to tho withdrawal of the American expedition from Mexico, unless Krnnclsco Villa gathers about him a forco sufficient to overthrow the Carranza troops sent against lilm and ho should descend How Mrs. Kelly Suffered and again upon tho American frontier. How She was Cured. This possibility is not regarded as remote. Burlington, Wis. wa very irregTho Mexican embassy Is awaiting ular, and had pains in"I side and back,' my final word from Gen. Carranza beforo nut niter taking proceeding with Acting Secretary of Lydla E. Pinkham'a State Polk to arrange details as to Vogetablo Compound Tablets and porsonnol and placo and tlmo of using two bottles of meeting of tho commission. Thero tho Sanative Wash is a possibility that Carranza will obI am fully convinced commis ject to tho extension of tho that I am entirely sion's powers to include mattcra cured of these trouother than tho thrco named by him. bles, and feel better i all over. I know your remedies hava A' done mo worlds of FOR FLETCHER'S good and I hopo every suffering woman will givo them a trial." Mrs. ANNA as Kelly, 710 Chestnut Strcot, BurlingMuclilno SouhIUvo. r ton, Wis. The avorago person has llttlo conTho many convincing testimonials conception of tho accuracy with which stantly published in the newspapers it Is necessary to work on somo class- ought to bo proof enough to women who parts, suiter from those distressing ills pecues of machinery. for instance, are produced in largo liar to their sex that LydiuE. Pinkham'a quantities, yet In somo cases tho lim- Vegetable Compound is the medicine b of Uiey need. it of error is placed at ThU good old root and herb remedy or about of an Inch, dread-Iftho thickness of a hu- has proved unequalled for theso ills; it contains what is needed to scuso of touch restore woman s health and strength. man hair. Tho human to coarse In comparison. If thero la any peculiarity ia V multiplying indicator described your caso requiring: special adin., tho Popular Science Monthly for vice, write tho Lydla E. Plnk-ha- m July'ls a Very satisfactory dovlce for Medlcino Co. (confidential) measuring parts (hat must be accur- - Lynn, Mass., for fxoo. gdvlco. ' atoly gaged without I HUGHES TO FIRE which Pitta says animals. was cruelty to Y PUT THE OPENING GUN FORMER JUSTICE WILL LAUNCH CAMPAIGN IN KENTUCKY AT LEXINGTON. TWO MILLION POUNDS OF HERT SUGAR IN U. S. IN 1110 Now York, Aug. 29. Children Cry for Fletcher's dlal-lndlcat- or Tho United 2,000,-000,00- 0 States this year will produco pounds of beet sugar, against only 5,000,000 pounds as In dial-indicat- th well-inform- ed one-tent- PAINS IN SIDE AND BACK Children Cry CASTORIA Mou-stit-lnfIlall-bearl- ono-tont- 1 th th ul 1890, according to a compilation made by the foreign trade department of the National City bank. It was said that this would placo Tho Kind You Havo Always Bought, and which has been REPUBLICANS JUBILENT the United States fourth among the iu uso for over 30 years, has homo tho tdgnnttiro oC i and has been mado under his per- beet sugar producing countries of sonal supervision sinco Its Infancy. tho world. CtccuM. Allow no ono to deceive you In this- Great Tlmo Planned by G. O. P. When was pointed out that tho total It nro bub All Counterfeits, Imitations and Jut-ns-goPresidential Nomlaoc Makes consumption of sugar, cano and Experiments that trifle with and endanger tho health oC Visit Sept. 5th. United States had beet, in the Infants and Children Exporlcuco against Experiment. pounds In grown from 2,000,000 1880 to 8, GOO, 000,000 pounds last (Special to The Republican.) year. o E. Hughes, Republican Charles Cnstorirv Is a harmless snfostltuto for Cantor Oil, Pare gorlc, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. 16 nominee for President, will open tho Will My Child Tnke Dr. KIiir'b New contains neither Opium, Mnrphlno nor other Rnrcotto Discovery? Republican campaign In Kentucky substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys lVorimi at Lexington on the afternoon of This best answer Is Dr. King's New nnd allays Fcvcrlslmess For in ore than tldrty years it September the 5th. This cheering Discovery Itself. Its a pleasant sweet bas been in constant tuo for tho relief of Constipation, news came from A. T. Hert, National syrup, easy to take. It contains tho Flatulency, Wind Coll , nil Teething Troubles and and medicines which years of experience Comittecman from Kentucky Piarrhuca. It regulates tho Stomach nnd BowcIh, assimilates tho Food, giving healthy and natural sleep Ludlow F. Petty, Chairman of tho havo proven best for Coughs and Tho Children's Pouncca Tho Mother's Friend. Republican State Campaign Com- Colds. Thoso who havo used Dr. mittee, who are In New York In con- King's New Discovery longest are Its ference with National Chairman Wil- best friends. Besides every bottlo is Ten days ago, guaranteed. If you don't get satiscox and Mr. Hughes. Mr. Hert notified Chairman Petty faction you get your money back. pBears the Signature of that ho had secured tho consent of Buy a bottle, use ns directed. Keep Mr. Hughes to speak In Kentucky on what Is left for Cough and Cold Inhis return from tho Western trip, surance 1 but a definite announcement of the ss acceptance and tho date could not Where Courtesy Paid. be made until today. The winner of tho contest on "Why The Invitation from Lexington was I Think It Pays o Courteous," In so cordial and so general that Chair- the August American Magazine, tells man Petty and tho Campaign Com- tho following lnstanco where courmittee had decided on the Blucgrass tesy paid a big dividend: Kind You City as the logical place for tho ReTHI CKNTAUH OOMMNY, KUW VORK CITV. "A woman came Into tho bank-quit- e publican opening, but had withheld early, 8:30, an hour and a half their decision until they had been before the opening hour, 10 o'clock. assured that Mr. Hughes or some She said that she was In great trouother speaker of National reputation ble, and had to get somo money from could be offered. her account Immediately as she was The fact that Mr. Hughes will obliged to leave for the south at Inopen the campaign In Kentucky once. She showed me a telegram dicates that tho Republicans agree announcing the death of her son by a adwith the Democratic Committee's gunshot wound received In Texas. mission that Kentucky is debatablo I condoled with her, had her waited No Money ground. upon Immediately, accompanied her iaAdvnuoo The Republican Stato Campaign to the station, secured her tickets, Sntifno Comlttee expects to make this the etc. As the railroad station was on(Ion Guar most memorable opening In tho his- ly a block from tho bank I had ample nntesd LoweniNet 'fi 1 Bt tIS?5wB .H tory of the party In Kentucky. Spe- time to attend to these details. She cial trains will run from every sec- thanked me with tears in her eyes. PrlooM tion of the State and a delegation I returned to the bank and dismissed The Tornits A Is expected from each county. the matter from my mind. Saving ol central location of Lexington makes a lady, "About six weeks afterward SlOO to It a desirable and convenient place garbed in mourning, approached my JF200 for the opening. From Facdesk, wished me a pleasant good P. A. STARCK tory Direct eftltlOEMT Following so closely upon tho morning and said: 'You don't rememDemocratic Fiasco In the effort of Its ber me. do you?' I replied In the YOUR comlttee to open the campaign at negative. ' She explained that It was 1! unuFl Lexlngtou, It Is regarded as slgnlfl-ce- she whom I had accompanied to the We will ship you a beautiful Starck Piano for 30 days' frco trial. In your and strategic that the Republi- train. She told me she had realiz home. No cash payment required. All we ask Is that you will play upon, uso open their campaign ed on cans should and teat this pUno for 30 days. If, at the end of that time, you do not find It tho the accident and life Insurance highest grade, sweetest toned and Ilnest piano in every way, that you have ever there. Some weeks ago the Demo policies of her late son, and though seen for the money, you are nt pcrfec' liberty to send It back, and we will. In that etent, pay the freight both ways. T to Starck I'lano must make good with you, Committee, without consulta- she was offered by a bank In Texas cratic or there la no sale. tion with the people at Lexington, 1 2 per cent more Interest on her Easy Payments Save $150.00 or Mora opening would announced that their funds than we paid, she preferred to Toil piy no caih down, but after 30 days We ship direct to you fromxir fscto'y, it bo held here. Tho Democratic Com deposit them In tho bank In Chicago of trial, you can begin psynwnt on tbe low. prices that saveyou upward ot $150.00 le Jio by s piano cut of your piano. We guarantee to furnish est, mint terms CMf suggested arrangrd mittee of Lexington, however, de- where tho employes were courteous to manufacturer. These terms are you a better piano for the money than you can suit your contrnlrnre, and It Is joILI for You arc inurra of secure elsewhere. cided otherwlso and declined to have to her In her hour of bereavemeut you to buy a piano for your home, without a satisfactory sweet toned durable MgU grada mis'leg ti mony, the opening in their city. The Dem- and trouble."" . . piano. oiarsx -- ocratic State Committee, in an atOR.Yasy Citaranf ga tempt to relieve itself of embarrass2nd- - Hand largalns Every Starck Ihano ! Just the ThtnK for Diarrhoea. urn i Starck tVc have cooUantlr on hand ment, announced that the failure to niaranteed for 25 yean. d mot ImauU the feAt years ago I had a se"About two fht guarantee ha back 4 fines number of stlrMly uaeJ roj Vl'ver P1n--s on tla opening In Lexington was vere attack of diarrhoea which lasthold the of it our 3i ycora pf ptaao and second ha.nj pianos ot all market, i'ou win tx Jj experience, and the repustandard nukn tiltm In ex. lighted with the many exdue to the fact that It wouTd con- ed over a week,' writes W. C. Jones, tation of on. rhanie foe new Btarrk I'lano clusive features of the The follow. responsible piano bouse. flict with Labor Day Celebration, Buford, N. D. "I became so weak tnd wonderful Instnimcnts, and Ing are tew sample bargains t will l plessed with the planned for tho same day. This was that I could not stand upright. A Muslo 50 Free very low prices at which $110.00 Weber immediately exploded by statement druggist recommended Chamberlain's Lessons 92.00 they can be secured. a) Steinway meetFlano Book Frio of the Labor leader that their 00.00 ChickeriiiK To every purchaser of Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remo-d- y. Stnd today for our new Starck Piano, we give free 95.00 Kimball ing Is to be held at night and the The first dose relieved me and beautifully illustrated piano music kssoos. In one of 195.00 hook which gives you Starck opening in the afternoon would not within two days I was as well as evthe best known schools In targe amount ot Informs. Chicago. These lrtxms you Send, for our latest comptett Interfere. tlon regarding piano. This ran take la your own home, er." Many druggists recommend bargain list. Com-mittbook will interest and by malt. This represents Tho fact that the Republican this remedy because they know that please you. Write today. one year's free instruction. where the has succeeded everyObtainable 1313 SUrelt Bid.. CHICAGO It Is reliable. P. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. Democrats failed so completely, has where, m put a fine spirit Into the Republican organization throughout the state, Rooster Crows a Tune. and tho leaders at headquarters feel Vernon Green, of West Rush, owns j campaign Is well sure that the a Plymouth Rock roster which he launch. fondly hopes will bring htm a large 9 fortune, and If tho bird could only Does Sloan's Liniment Help Hlicutnn-tKni- ? be trained to display Its accomplish Mr. Green s ments when desired Ask the man who uses It, ho dream might come true. knows. "To think I suffered all theso Mr. Green's poultry yard adjoins years when one 25 cent bottle of the Lutheran Church In West Rush, Sloan's Liniment cured me," writes and thus the birds frequently have If you bavo heard church hymns and sacred mu ono grateful user. Rheumatism or suffor from Neural- sic. That thoy would bo suscepti Lifetime experience with best of workmen, and can gia, Backache, Soreness and Stiff- ble to it Green had never dreamed, givo any roforonco desired. Call mo on Hartford ness, don't put off getting a bottle of but ono morning recently ho was sur Sloan's. It will give you such wel-coi- prised to aeo a largo Plymouth Rock 5 Mill Co., 'plioao, or address me at Hartford, Ky. rellot. It warms and soothes rooster, tho prldo of his flock, stretchtho sore, stiff painful placos and you ing Its neck and unmistakably crow. fool so much better. Buy It at any ing a tune. Mr. Green callod his 1 wife, who said she had noticed tho Drug Storo, only 25 cents. 4--U bird on tho provlous Sunday llsten-ln- c as tho doxology was sung and We Knock the Spots Out of Things 1IENH SHUT SEWS EYES OF TO KEEP 'EM FROM PKOKINCJ apparently trying to Imitate It. Thoy listened and watched and soon woro rowarded by hoarins tho bird make Portland, Ore., August 1. eyes of another attempt. she Bowed shut the Mr. Green Is un accomplished vioFifty-flv- o threo hens to keep them from pecktypewriters. LesIn a now chlcks.Mrs. linist, and ho hastened to tho house French Dry Cleaned and Presaed ing their brodu of sons explained by Moving Plc-tur- o Superior Manner. Concealing Mary Loveland Is the party of the for his Instrument. machine. Seven big Deby hlmsolt from the bird ho played the Send us your Garments and Hare first part in a warrant secured partments Shorthand, BookThem doxology through and tho rooster reHumane Officer Pitta. keeping, Telegraphy, Stenotypy, According to Mrs. Loveland, her peated it faultlessly lu a lusty crow. rt Music, Primary Normal, CLEAN CLEANED samo hens acted all right while thoy woro Slnco then the bird has dono the teachers. Modern equipfor and delivered. Packages called hatching their families, but when thing many times and has been beard ment. Position assured. burst through their sheila by several of the neighbors. Roches- THE ELITE PRESSING CLUO the chicks Wrlto for catalogue Philadelphia Rethe mothers manifested dlspleasuro ter (N. Y.) Cor. A. Iva Null, Prop. to peck the down from cord. by trying Daviess Co, Bus, College . tho youngsters' bodies. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. Loveland decided she wasn't Mrs. Incorporated going to havo the helpless infants OWEN8IJORO, KY. for The Hartford Rcimb. Subscribe FOR FLETCHER'S maltreated; so took a needle and Ucan $1.00 per year. thread and performed the operation uNxvvccccccccccccCECCC)K ly jr. " od " What is CASTORIA GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS to-B- (o&f&c&M. The In Use For Over 30 Years Have Always Bought Starck Pianos KE Bail.jt Fact k-- BECtn' 1 nt 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL rro-ttlo- Plyer-'Msnv- l'lajer-Ftano- second-bao- ee H THOS. E. MOSS Plasterer, Decorator and Contractor. - r)'i-- J t Bo-cau- so Ladies' and Men's Garments Ill II Ex-pe- OMldvren Cry O ASTO Rl A Y I ru'iJ:.3n SPORT FLASHES R. J. Kejrnobji Tefcateo Ce, Slip smokes into your system! You've heard manv an enrfnl nhnnt tua pnM iu- patented process that cuts nut hit nnA nnr aw smoke your fill without a comeback! Stni vn.ir hont, -- n , u- - j -it nrninc nut AtrAft JUmtil IIIr II1M IIH7 (J Ul K'vrvu VMl Prince Albert has alwavs heon snlH without coupons or premiums. We prefer to give quality There's sport smokinrr a nine or rnlltW your own, but you know that you've got to have the right tobacco! We tell you Prince Albert will bang the doors wide open for you to come in on a good time the national joy smoke firing up every little so often, without a regret! You'll feel like your smoke nncf has been wasted and will be sorry you cannot uatK up ior u iresn start. You swing on this say-s- o like it was a tip to a thousand-dolla- r bill ! It's worth that in happiness and contentment to you, to every man who knows what can be gotten out of a chummy jimmy pipe or a makin's -- V V I 1 a few Prince Albert fetrr(iM1tUb7 Ohio County Stars Making Good in Professional Hull. (Dy AI.) 1 3V!Sro$( Big Line of ? Earl Rickard, former Rtar pitcher nnd all around diamond nrtlst, Is setting the woods nflro around Madlsonvlllc. When Rick goes home he goes to Livcrmore but back In the balmy days when the llttlo berg boasted n speedy bunch of ball tossers he lived here and was always a main stay on the homo nine. He left behind n hunch of friends that would like to eee him the rival of Walter Johnson and they are at all times pulling for the foxy twlrler that formerly called Hartford home. Alexander conquered the world and wept because there was nothing left to conquer. Noah Lee Withrow, who won famo dishing out slants for tho Equality team, hasn't conquered any worlds as yet and It's a fortunate thing becauoe his tears would run Jusl as freely as did those of Alexander and, chances are, he'd start slipping back, but lie has been tolling faithfully every other day on the mound for the Owcnsboro Kittens, pitching five games in ten days. Dut for the benefit of the people over In Owensboro who don't know Withrow so well we would like to say that that Is no feat for the farmer lad. We put electric lights In the park here so Withrow could pitch both day and night. Tho degrees Fahrenheit have put tennis on the bum around these parts. Local stars can't chase the elusive raquct dogger two serve3 without making a visible Impression on the bench when they leave off to Hartford Sport Shirts Values. 50c, $1.00 and $1.50 Come In and See What Dig Hwfo Clothing Co. .M HARTFORD, KV, 111 IMil i ,S?Sfc : .r.Qtt) ,"- - cigarette with Prince Albert for "packing"! J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO wniiM.jtkK, N. C. Thlt If Ihe reverse Ide of Iht lldr rva un CO. $BSSSVS!SS( Certainly Buy r a Johnston 5 R. . r AllBlBIIr' Tibm fb : m.i ,.muii min im i. mangel . en a am of O-- liMHMiiitiiiiiiTOL TftvcH 2n iiiinmu i aA ' "w V. f :mw?.w&sm V 'M viUilUStO' !' ,Sir ftmmWlW noticed a movement in a small clump of bushes to my right. Then the horns nnd head of a large buck RUN FOR PRfcSIEENT appeared, but ho drew back beforo I bad a chance to fire. With rifle cocked and finger on the trigger, I CHIKF TO KKSICN' IX NKAK crouched, watting for him to show himself again. GONZA LKS TO A squirrel chattorcd sharply from SUCCEED HIM. f. tho stump behind. Then he landed squarely on the top of my head, from which he sprang to the treo. Im Venusttla-n- a Laredo, Tex., July 30. mediately after I was thrown vio- Carranra is to retire as first chief , lently forward on my face by soino of the do facto government of Mex- heavy object that descended with ico nt an early date and will bo sucgreat force on my back. Tho blow ceeded by Gen. I'ablo Gonzales, acalmost drove the breath from my cording to Information given out by body. My rifle war? discharged as I Mexican administrative circles in fell. Nouvo Laredo Very much surprised and considerSeeks Presidency. ably alarmed, I scrambled to my Gen, Carranra will enter the field feet. Recovering my rifle, I looked ns n presidential candidate nt the about for my assailant, but nothing forthcoming general elections, it was living was in sight. I peered beapparently confirming tmld hind stumps and fallen logs, moro recent unofficial advices from Mex- mystified every moment. No owl ico City, which Intimated that the swooping doWn upon tho squirrel first chief would seek elevation to tho could havo inflicted such a blow, presidency at the hands of tho votneither had any limb fallen from tho ers. treo. I looked up among the thick Tho conference of Mexican Gener- foliage, but there was nothing to be als with Carrnnza soon to be held seen. I walked round to tho other In Mexico City, according to these side of tho treo. On a largo bough, advices, will arrange for the call for but well hidden, I discerned a dim, neneral elections and for the re- gray shape. It was a n contirement of the first chief. This lynx, 1 brought lilui down by a ference was said to havo been sumshot. moned to prevent possible friction Now I understand the situation. in military circles over the propos- Near the stump on which the squired transfer of power. rel had been sitting lay a largo log. Olllcers Co To Capital. Deh I ml this tho lynx had crept on his While no date has been set for prey. In escaping, tho llttlo anithe conference, several high olllcers mal had leaped to my head, and of tho de facto government military thence to tho treo. Ills enemy had forces have left the border within followed him, and he must have been the last few days with the announc- mightily surprised nt lauding on a ed Intention of proceeding to Mexico man, and also by tho report of my City to confer with Gen. Carranza rlflo. and it is belloved In Neuvo Laredo Naturally I Baw nothing moro of Gonzales to tho that tho accession of the deer, but was richer by a flno -. administrative power will not be do- lynx skin and a most uncommon exlayed long, perience Youth's Companion. - CARRANZA RETIRES TO I to-da- y, full-grow- well-direct- ed Clear Skin Comen From Within. It is foolish to think you can gain a good clear complexion by the use of face powder. Get at the root of the trouble and thoroughly cleanse the system with a treatment of Dr. King's New Llfo l'llls. Gentle and mild in action, do not grlpo, yet they rellovo the liver by their action on the bowels. Good for young, adults and aged. Go after a clear complex1 ion today. 25c at your druggist. - Hot Weather. Hot weather Is worse than cold weather in one respect, which is that you can get warm when you are cold, but It seems impossible to get cool when you aro hot. Dut it beats cold weather hollow once cold In other ways. When weather begins it brings with it no hope of a speedy change. All you can do is to settle down to mako tho best of it and wonder whether spring Is going to arrive on tiraa or not. Ouu Hut a hot wuvo Is temporary, can go to bed on a sweltering night and havo so mo reasonable hope that tho heat will not bo on tho Job when he wakes In tho morning. A hot wave liusjio chanco at all in compe-dow- n ( titlon with a cool breezo, but a zero temperature gives tho sun an awful hattlo beforo It breaks. Then again, a hot wuvo Is n splendid thing for corn. Tho trou ble with most of us In the hot weather is that wo have, neglected to plant corn. It is hard to bo enthuslastlc-ove-r discomfort if you have no in- -, forests at stake, Derolt Free Press. Mistaken For a Stump. I was onco teaching school, writes a Companion reader, In a backwoods region, where game was very plentl ful. Ono afternoon in the hunting ueason I made my way to a small val- ley about a mile from tho settlement, n deer which ran a well-beate- trail. t trvir iv itnur nn n Rtiinll hill that f commanded a good view of tho valley. In front of mo, and about twelve feet distant, was a largo pine treo; behind g ine was an old stump. As the even-luwas cool, I wore a gray sweater, and my hat was also gray. After waiting for nearly an hour, Owing to the disturbed condition of the waters there has been little or no bass fishing in Rough River recently. A few nice cat catches have been reported but most of them have been made with trot line. LoTHINGS TO I1E LEARNED cal sportsmen are praying for the MY CAREFUL EYE STUDY water to be in good condition for the late summer angling. Blue eyes arc said to be the weak est. Like Tommy Jenkins. Wide-ope- n eyes arc Indicative of A school teacher In a primary rashness. Sr.idc who hal nore than the a Small eyes arc supposed to Indiinterest in the Individual hopes cate cunning. t the pupils, ajked nnd aspirations eyes are always to each boy to write on his slate what be distrusted. ho wanted to be. in looking over Drown eyes arc said by oculists to ti'.e answers she cam" to Tomm Jen-- k bo tho strongest. ns on whlCii tho ;oung honffi.l Tho downcast eye has in all ages lad scrawled "Farraei." been typical of modesty. hn Tclalme.l "Why, Tommy" Tho proper distance between the tfrcher, "I did not know you wuntetf eyes is tho width of ono eye. to be a farmer." People of melancholy tempera"Didn't yer.' ' fommy asked with ment rarely havo clear blue eyes. V haud held sJiop.tssly behinl his Eyes with long, sharp corners in- back and his eyes staring down at dicate great discernment and pene- the floor. tration. "Why, no, I had no Idea you wantTho white of the eye showing ed to be a farmer," the teacher exbeneath the iris is indicative of no- plained. bility of character. "I don't," said Tommy, "but-w- ell, When tho upper lid covers half you see I couldn't spell archior more of tho pupil tho indication tect." Woman's World. Is of cool deliberation. Gray eyes turning green in anger The Rest Laxative. or excitement are indicative of a To keep the bowels regular tho choleric temperament. exercise. best laxative Is outdoor An eyo tho upper lid of which Drink a full glass of water half an passos horizontally across tho pupil hour before breakfast and cat an Indicates mental ability. abundance of fruit and vegetables, eyes rarely Jerking Unsteady also establish a regular habit and be from sldo to side, aro frequently In- sure that your bowels move onco dicative of an unsettled mind. each day. When a medicine is needEyes that aro wide apart aro said ed take Chamberlain's Tablets. They by physiognomists to indicate great are pleasant to take nnd mild and memIntelligence and a tenacious gentle In effect. Obtainable everyory. m where, Eyes placed close together in tho head are said to indicate pettiness FiglithiK Timber Fires. of disposition, Jealousy and a turn Rattles against Jimber fires in tho for Wlde-opOstaring eyes In weal: great national forests of the west a degree of precountenances Indicate Jealousy, big- aro conducted with cision and strategy rivaling- that of pertinacity otry, Intolercnco and tho warring armies of Europe, as tho without any firmness. systematic operations of tho When the under arch of tho upper result of United States forest service. ineyelid Is a perfect semicircle it is According to tho Popular Science dicative of goodness, but also of Monthly for July, a forest supervisapproaching sometimes timidity, or who may be many miles from the coward ico. scene of a fire marshals his forces eV facilities and directs and tho attack and flank movements of his men. FOR FLETCHER'S Lookouts stationed on mountain peaks and other promontories that command a wide range of vision aro WAR GOOD TO FISHERMEN; each supplied with a piano table to A YEAR'S INCOME IN A WEEK which is attachod a map of tho surrounding country, its position being determined by means of a compas3. Stavangor, Norway, August 1. Herring caught by vessels out of Tho man Is enclosed in a segmented Stavanger are being disposed of at circle and tho location of the station prices enormously In excess of those Is indicated by a pin. A simple alidade (an ulldado is tho upper part of prevailing beforo tho war. The price paid for maal (158 a surveyor's theodolite) consisting quarts) of spring herring in 1914 of a ruler with uprights for sighting was 95 cents; in 1915, $2.48; in purposes at either end, or somo similar device, is included In tho equip1916, $11.33. Tho catch this year, though only ment. When a lookout sees smoke issugreater a llttlo moro than of tho proceeding two years, ing from a portion of tho forest over than that brought in six times ns much as the which his station commands a view, 1915 catch and mora than fifteen he immediately sights It with his and notes that it is coming from times as much as the catch of 1914. havo a point so many degrees east or As a result many fishermen exearned In a week what would usual- west of a north and south lino tending through his station. Ho no- ly be a year's income. ge Sldo-glunclfault-finding. n, on Ita reverse aide. You'll read. "Proceaa Patented July 30th. 1907." Thatmeana that the United Statea Govern ment hat granted a patent on the procesi by which Prince Albert la made And by which tontue bits and throat parch are cut out I Every where tobacco la aold you 11 find you w Prince Albert awaiting tidy inioppy red Does, 3c: red tlna, 10c: handiome pound and half pound tin humldora and In that clever cryatal Elate humidor, with tponee - moittener top, that Iteepa the tobacco In eucb fine condition elwayal . a T"HE Prince X Albert lldr red tin, and In fact. everv Prince Albert package, hat real mefaaceto.yon 1 i X rest. t f XI J 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. X t J t I We Carry a complete line of i repairs for any Machine we sell. I We also carry repairs for Deering, McCormick, Mil-- t waukee and Champion Mowers and will be pleased to furnish you anything in this line at reasonable prices. We can rebuild your old machine. A. B. Row 6c Son Centertowti, Ky. Vanderit Training School for Boys: ELKTON, KY. Will .help parents develop their sons 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 group of i boys. Write MATHENEY & BATTS For catalogue and information. Box A. ill titles his supervisor by lelephone.tell-ln- g him of the apparent size of the fire and its location. Lookouts in other sections of the forest also detect the fire and make similar reports to the supervisor's headquarters. Reports from two or more stations enable tho supervisor to locate tho fire on a map by means of Intersecting lines. 1 WILL FILL A WANT! Children Cry CASTORIA av-era- ono-four- th all-da- lunch for me," ordered tho foreman. Tho boy a typical young American, with no knowledge of cockney lit English obeyed with alacrity, was hungry. Ten minutes later tho foreman canio dowu. Ho also was hungry. "Whoro's my luuch?" he demanded. Tho boy gazed at him in amusement. "You told m to cat it up an. I cat it," he stated. "I didn't tell you to heat It up!" roared tho Irate foreman. "I told you to 'eat It up." "Well, I dodn't heat Jt up," main"I tained tho youngster stoutly. cat It cold." Youths' Companion. Since the suspension of the Weekly Courier-Journa- l, there has been quite a demand for a weekly Kentucky newspaper that gives all the more important state A Misunderstanding. news, as well as the general A certain English foreman in ono news, crisp editorials, good of tho Kensington textllo factories Is stories, timely cartoons and in the habit of having an apprentice heat his luncheon for him. Tho oth- illustrations. There is no such excellent er day ho callel a new apprentice. "Go downstairs and 'eat up my paper as the Louisville Twice-a-Wee- k Owensboro Messenger (dlted by Uivy Woodsou.) It comes evepy Wednesday and Saturday, (16 pages a week or more), and is in every regard. MesTry the Twice-a-Wee- k in connecsenger for a year tion with the Hartford Repub. up-to-da- te Hcan. Doth papers, one year for $1.50. All clubbinir. subscriptions should be addressed to Republican, Hartford, Ky. 4W three, re--' III 1 1 OH AMP CAD TIP M when the rights of Americans de- will be two, probably 11 IIA T manded action. Dut the real test Is 'eclnving points and there will be no. IV ILUU11 A ' U UI1LIU11 yet to come. If the war In Europo ilong haul to Owensboro terminated on the loose leaf KnUivd hftordlng to law at tb rotutric Is certain to last four more years the by a scramble ntforJ, Ky., b mnU mttr oJ tbn second retention of the free trade policy floors ond perhaps a week's stay In SCORED llM, The war, that city. Buyers may tell us wo would be less dangerous. can sell the Ohio county crop morn however, will not continue for ALLISON J. BARNETT.,... Editor But four years. It ennnot, and wo profitably if pooled separately. W. B. TINBLHY,.. Business MnnnRer must be prepared for the period of can we do It? Will they be there HUfjIir.M ASSAILS ADMINISTHA TWIN'S DIPLOMATIC ACTIONS ? Daviess doesn't to reconstruction with Hughes, Fair- at the Address all communications IN ACCEPTANCE SPEECH. care. What they want to do with banks nnd a protective tariff. The Hartford Republican. county farmer Is to kep j the Ohio him off the loose leaf floor. Probab-ANONYMOUS LETTERS. NOTICE TO SUUSUHIBBMO Comity Judge John B. Wilson, lv nrefcrlng. nlso, to have him in COLONEL SAYS "AMEN",0 Pattfwriber dmlrlnn th fiiper rrnl to n rf in uiiikidk iu Sheriff S. O. Keown and Chief of Po- line. 4dHM met glre the old nddrt got. Is Association The lice Williams have received anonyJlnslnnw LocrIii nnd Xotlrmi 10c rr line and mous letters In the Inst few days lipnilnl hv hnnnrnhln men. If It did ndiVIUoniil Inwrtlnn. ftr line Tor rnch "Delimited" Willi Uttcrlmtx OMltmrlro, KranlutlonR nnd Curd ot Tumli;r.e coniplnlnlng about certain conditions not have men affiliated with It that of Tho Republican Nominee I'or In iidviim. jwrlln, taotjej I.l claimed to exist and take place with- were not In the doubtful column it frer, lint other Highest Ofllrc. Clicnh NotlCM for n minority. in sight of the author's home. The would have decidedly r line. 5c idTcrtisementK. Now let us see how much worse off will rfcelTe no writer of the letters says that the laASonjmonn cumitninlintlon living In her part of town want the Ohio county fnrmer would be dles tteotlon New York.August 1. In his speech $ conditions remedied nnd asks thnt should it prove to be the rottenest He would only! of acceptance of the Republican nom- - !0 arrest the offenders and jsort of conspiracy the officials 3 AllgUSl 10 AUgUSl IllClllSlVe. Cixm.bexla.K.A ..- nnonymous ' have lost some, time In selling th. Inntlon for President. Charles E. CS take other action. The Fanoen' should remember thnt the of- county crop. The loose leaf market Hughes, In Cnrnegle Hall last night 1 writer ficials are powerless as long as would-b- e will be there and lie can bite ngnin. j assailed tne Administration ior tne t.v This sale is held just once every season AUGUST 4. FRIDAY, helpers and Informants refuse There are no dues so he cant lose course it nnd pursued witn rercrenco v$ :ind means a real reduction on all Low to Mexico, maintenance of American finnnclnlly In that way. their names. If such deplorable This thing Is to bo definitely de- - rights during the European wnr, pre- conditions exist the proper thing for Shoes in onr department. ANNOUNCEMENTS. These goods the author of these letters to do is cided Saturday, August 12. Every paredness, and other questions of the are not bought for this sale, but aie our possibly can do so should dny. He declared for a new policy We are authorized to announce to go In person to the officials and farmer that to- Hart- - of "firmness nnd consistency" regular stock. They come in patent Grayson county, give them freely all the Information bo present at the meeting In TOM SPURRIER, of they possess and aid them In per- ford on thnt date. Have your eyes ward Mexico, for the "unflinching leather, dull kid and gun metal. cs a candidate for Congress, from the open; do what you are going to do maintenance of all American rights g Fourth District, subject to the action forming their duties. officers are not 'with deliberation anu, oy nil means, on ianu ami sen, aim ior auequaie . People forget that of the Republican primary, Saturday, empowered to make promiscuous ar- uni&Ion. No house divided against 'national defense; adequate protection N . August 5, 19 16. rests nnd unless citizens are willing 'Itself can stand and the farmer's of both our western and eastern A ' coasts." . . lay aside their timidity in cases of house falls first. We arc authorized to announce the to ',Ve denounce nil plots and con- - j j tt this kind there are certain to be no i tt it candidacy of J. H. ASHLOCK., of SAY piracies In the interest of any for- - jst from actions of the officers. FAIRBANKS' MANAGERS Hardin county, for the Republican results Wilson announces that he is INDIANA IS FOK HUGHES egn ation," Mr. Hughes said. "Ut- (t tt from Judge nomination for Congressman , . jterly Intolerable is the use of onr j willing to hold a court of inquiry to the Fourth District, subject to the j Aug. 3. Tho soji for ajjcn intrigues. Every Amer- - t Indianapolis, Ind., Investigate the above charges at any ttct tt action of the primary election bat- managers of Charles War-- , call iuUst unreservedly condemn . . time the writer of the letter will campaign urday, August 5, 1910. . mm tnc tlem and SUpn0rt every effort for i & person, and he at ren Fairbanks are coiinueni come to him in i tt tt in Indiana ti,eir suppression.' 1.55-- S . . same time promises to treat con- can carry the fall election We are authorized to announce the the Diplomacy Availed. to for Hughes. This feeling of confifidentially, with sufficient evidence candidacy of HON. JOHN P. strong since the This includes women's, girls,' mifeses, The nominee assailed the AdminJustify such court. The other off- dence comes doubly of Breckinridge county, tor Convention was istration for its "direction of dipwilling to do their State Progressive icials are likewise child red's, boys' and men's every Low the Republican nomination for Con- duty. But don't think that the off- held in this city last week, when the lomatic intercourse" from the begingressman from the Fourth District. Shoe in the department, EXCEPT I! J L- party ning, declaring that where there arrests and bring remnants of the Bull Moose icials can make Subject to the primary election Sat- charges simply on the recommenda- nominated a complete state ticket. conspicuous been have should & LIKEN SHOES. urday, August 5, 191C. Not half of the delegates came to strength and cxpertness there had tion of an anonymous letter that even give the names of any the state convention and a number of been weakness nnd inexpertness. We are authorized to announce the doesn't these were strongly In favor of aban He declared also for woman sufcandidacy of A. D. KIRK for the Re- of the accused. doning the plan of putting a ticket frage. His speech was heard by a publican nomination for county atinciueiiiau), large audience, among whom was i W in the field this fall THE TOBACCO SITUATION. torney of Ohio county. Subject to Jackson Boyd, former state chairman, ' Theodore Roosevelt. After thc'0 The 1916 tobacco crop bids fair the action of the Primary Election, to bo the best Ohio county has raisSaturday, August 5, 1916. . The acreage is large ed in years. and the quality good. Some day, effort failed on his part to have the address was an admirable one. of a j i W8), to call attention to th Latest reports from London say and It is not far in the future, the convention abandon the Idea j following points" said Col. Roose- they have the Germans in the weed must be turned into money and state ticket. that (Incorporated.) ,velt. "I am particularly pleased compliwith that day usually come air. HUFOKI) HAPPENINGS. wUh ,he exposure of tne roi)y and cations and dissatisfaction that can Aug. 2. Mr. Dletzler Ralph, wife wmge than foy of Mr ZEZTT. Wilson's The mosquitoes have about con- only be lessened by foresight and and daughter, nnd Mrs. Frank Par- - Mtxlcan pollcyi and of tlle way In might- preparedness. vinced us thai tho sword Is the uwensuoro, visueu ueue.. wWch thU po,cy hM broURht humlI. iest. Various plans have been tr(ed out don, oi and Mrs. Hoover a few days las'. . tJ)n (Q U)e Un,ted state8 and dg. in marketing the tobacco and of all Take time to vote in the primary those put to general iibe the pool week- 'aster to Mexico Itself. Mis. Otis Moseley, who hjjs been , ..Moreoveri x am very gia,i of thc Saturday. You won't have to wait system seems to have given the best long for the polls will not be crowd- results. The warehouse appears to very ill of typhoid fever for four or stra,gntforward manner In which HERE IS A GOOD PLACE TO STOP FOR LITTLE MONEY Is thought to be no bet- - Mr Hughes ,las fihown the ridCuIo five ed. be the logical solution of the prob- ,cr- nteks, Louisville Hotel, Louisville, Ky., Main St., bet. 6th & 7th (With which Mr. Wilson has covered eo dangerous did that plan The only thing that remains to be lem but Mrs. Charley Cundlff and daugh-- , th,g nat(m by lhe manner in whlch look to its enemies that it was de The Only Hotel in Ioub,ville Oxra0 on the. have been visit- - ,hr aowei, forclgn powers to gain done now is to let Mr. Wilson know in this section and a ter, of Owensboro. American nnd European Plan. Mrs. Rc(tlic iraoression that, although he us- for sure that he's nominated and the feated at birth not been found to go ing her mother-in-lachampion has light is on. AMERICAN PLA- - (With Meals) ed the strongest words in diplomathe work. It will come Cundiff. ahead with Born to the wife of Mr. Homer cy, they were not to be taken seriousRoom without Buth but with Hot and Cold Running Water. Forest notes say the man who again sometime to stay, but until Turner the 19th, a girl Eleanor. ly. pool must be depended upon hughes solid ties has no ties that then the 76 Rooms Blanche, single. $2.00 per day; 2 people, $2.00 each Dr. Tony Bryan, wife Miss The Lusltanla. bind him to Wilson and that they to bring the grower the best price and Master Stanton, their two chil- CO Rooms single, 2.50 per day; 2 people, '2.25 each As Mr. Hughes said, It Is not for his product. will vote solid for Hughes. 50 Froht Rooms. single, 3.00 per day; 2 people, 2.50 each of Evansville, motored through But the pool promises little unless dren, spent Tuesday 'till Wednesday wonl9 but tne 9trength and resolu- ItooniH with Private Bath: and tlon behind the words which count. This being the first week in Au- properly organized and managed. with 50 Rooms single, 3.00 per day; 2 people, 2.7C each their old friends, Mr. and Mrs. As Mr. Hughes pointed out, there is gust we are reminded that it is a There must be a large acreage pledg60 Rooms single, 3.50 per day; 2 people, 3.00 each fi. J. Mason. no doubt that if Mr. Wilson's conduct little more than a month until the ed and there must be Miss Celia Richardson is visiting and action had been such as to mak EUROPEAN PLAN (Without Meals) meaning thud ot the booted pig skin replaces to tho fullest extent of the Mrs. Albert Chlnn, of the foreign nations believe that he of the word. Ten men cannot pool her aunt, Rooms without Hath but uith Hot und Cold Ruimlnj; Water. the crack of the base ball bat. Dam. neithmeant precisely what he said in his their tobacco and force a sale, 75 Rooms single, $1.00 per day; 2 people, $0.75 each Rev. Worth Wade has moved his strict accountability' there would Those who do not seem to think er can a county nor a group of coun50 Rooms single, 1.25 per day; 2 people, 1.00 each Mr. Hughes has said anything since ties. A group of counties, however, family Into our community where e been no destructlon ot American 50 Front Rooms. single, 1.50 per day; 2 people, 1.25 each respectfully re- can offer greater attraction for tho we are plensed to havo them while m,cg ,jy the B,nklng of tIie Lusitan-- 1 being nominated are Rooms with Private Bath: ferred to his speech of acceptance buyers than can any one county. At no aiienus ine aeiiimury i nuuio-vlll- la. When Mr. Hughes uses strong) CO Rooms single, 1.50 per day; 2 people, 1.25 each He will leave sometime In .words, his record shows that they made in New York Monday night. the same time tho larger pool Is 50 Rooms ' single, 2.00 per day; 2 people, 1.50 each ni,..ov,Q iv.nW.il l,v Rtrnnir deeds. men from the loose September. keeping more MisssMary Mason is spending U'e; Some very effecttonate purring leaf floors, and naturally approaches ,n the enormous Ulereforo THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky , Cor. Sixth and Main Sts. with her sister. Mrs. Z. W. ' Jority of cages lne use of 6trong came from tho Woman Suffragette nearer to a forced sale than could a EuroMan Plan Only. Mitchell, of Beaver Dam. headquarters when Mrs. Catt learn- smaller pool. unnecessary to havo words renders It School begins at this place tho 14th recourse to strong deeds. ed that Hughes favored putting the Rooms Without Bath, $1.00 and up; R4kiiiis AVItli Private Hath, $1.50 and McLean Daviess, Hancock suffrage question to a vote of the counties have Invited the tobacco of August. in "Again, Mr. Hughes speaks iinil iii Rot Etttlnj: Place In Town. people. straightforward characteristically growers of Ohio county to pool tho The Louisville Hotel and the Old Inn are located In tho wholesale. Moonlight Schools BckIii Session. outrages committed C crop with them. They have dUtrlct and only a walk to the retail district and theaters. Moonlight schools will begin their fashion of tho Louisville has earned tho right to 191 on munitions plants, and all men, Tobacco organized tho of the Metropolis of Kensession on Monday evening, August the title LOUISVILLE HOTEL AND OLD INN COMPANY, Props. foreign nations) organTho whether citizens of tucky. No sooner had she raised that Growers Association and tho 14th, throughout the State. 'or nominal citizens of our land, who ization seems to ho meeting with session will run for twenty-fou- r ev.auditorium fund than her progressive Iliad In any shape fir way abetted success. A man, whose character clement launched forth into a $1,- - wo cannot question and who is n enings, four evenings each week, tho or condoned those actions, can un (nn nnn tnotnrv f ii ml rnmtinlun and being from seven to nine county, hours Illiteracy derstand that Mr. Hughes, If Presi- made the distillers' cause their cause, Harvey Helm, A. carefully tucked away somewhere, I cousin to J. W. Ford, of Ohio o'clock. Tho Kentucky W. Barkley, A. V been elected president. We have Commission, Frankfort, Kentucky, dent, will protect these domestic and ' probably in her stocking. Miss Louie the distillers' fight their fight. Rouse, David H. Kineholoo, W. J. read tho constitution thoroughly and furnishes instructions and equipment American Interests and punish ofban the million. Wo withdraw Hart against them with the fear- It Is not dllllcult to understand how Fields, II. Y. Thomas, Ben Johnson, bo fair In every respect. ford's candidacy for the title in fa- find it to county poolers hold hack for such schools. Teachers are vol- fenders and thoroughness that he these gentlemen regrpt to seo the John W. Langlcy and Caleb Powers. But Ohio unteering by tho thousands and lessness Republican party throw off tho yoke High honors will be accorded vor of the Falls City. thc because they remember a time when many counties are setting a high aim. showed In dealing with the powers of the liquor Interests, because- they winning teacher by the delegation, Albany." they pooled with Daviess and other every teacher has of evil at THE ACCEPTANCE SPEECH. In Clay County fear tho Democratic party might bo including his presentation' to tho The echo of the speech of accep- counties and those counties sold their volunteered for the third successive tempted to do the same thing. Of President. For principal points upVicious CnmiMiign Matcrlul. tance made by Mr. Hughes sounded tobacco and set Ohio adrift to do the year nnd they plan to teach one every- on which the prlo will be hwhrdcdV A number of Democratic weekly course, should this happen mighty good to Republicans down best she could. Some have forgot- thousand to read and write before the papers In Kentucky are carrying in body knows what chance Mr. Stanley write Kentucky Illiteracy Commlii- willing; others have not here in Ohio county. Mr. Roose- ten and are sessions close. Leslie and Cumber- their editorial columns a paragraph or Mr. Cantrill would havo to secure slon, Frankfort. velt says it was admirable, und wo and hold back. It is not tho want of land counties have also sounded the prepared and sent out by the Publi- - another nomination. revenge that causes them to hesitate agree with him. taught to cjty Uureau of th0 pre8ent State slogan "ono thousand But in the meanwhile is the Pubopposition Is howling because but rather a feeling of fear; fear that read and write SEEDS. The Plans ' namnn,n Pnmmittoo in which licity Bureau of the Democratic comthing may occur again. Wilson's foreign policy was attack the same Best Quality to wipe out Illiteracy this year and Uje R Field and Grns bUcanB are severely scold- - mittee working for Woodrow WilAs wo see It the sore spot should . ed. Although they have been in of- slogan "No Illiteracy In Me ed for their "shabby treatment" or son's or to secure for Mr. Seeds, German Millet, Red Top, Kenthing forgotten. It has the county in 1917." flee almost four years tho Democrats be erased; the tucky Blue Grass, White Sweet CloCreary Mr. John W. McCulloch, an Owens- Cantrill nnd Mr. Stanley some politistiU believe that their pet adnilnls- - would certainly bo no advantago to ver, Red Clover, Alslko Clover, ical advantage for future faces boro distiller, in defeating him for WANTED. tration should be immune- - lrom at- -' tho Daviess farmer to Invito tho Ohio Crimson Clover, Timothy and NorthNews. National Committeeman with Mr. A. with They say tho administration county grower to Mixed Rags, ?1.00 per 100 lbs.; tack. ern Recleaned White Ryo. t T. Hert. and then full at the critical Mixed Iron, 20c per 100 lbs.; Mixed has guided us through the troubled ' him Don't sow cheap seeds. It' pays-tWe fail to Bee wherein the defeat MOONMOHT TEACHER Copper, Yet they tell us thut tho ment to do the very thing that ho Paper, 20c per 100 lbs. sow the best and We nnd Mo WILL GO TO WASHINGTON ques- - Invites his neighbor to do. Further- - Bruss, Zinc and Rubber at market of a Republican distiller by a foreign policies should not be havo a fresh stock In our house. affords an argument for tho tloned during these perilous times, moro Daviess agrees to enter into a price. Corn at 8Cc bushel. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. The State prjzo for the best moon- 4t4 of Woodrow Wilson, or bindthat, whether troubled D. L. D. SANDEFUR, If we aro through tho...... Ili.n.llniin In., n t .in, umin.lu trnnA legally ullAlllil- ' . . nllfl where It Is legitimate campaign mat- light school will bo a trip to Washai. Beaver Dam, Ky. Wiuy jiumumnib hi nun ouu...o i,UwU .. . ........ 3t3 lUTIi Wliy UO ington as guest of tho Kentucky delFar Sule. ter at all for Democratic papers. bo broken tho organization would Our diplomatic blunders it times?" Good 120 acre rarm on Rough Wo do seo, of courso, that the de- egation In Congress next winter whllu IIARTEOIU) PRESSING CLUB. should bo brought beforo tho people 'bo but fragments In tho winds, Congress Is in session. Tho Ken- River, 3 miles west of Hartford. 00 If Ohio county enters luto this Clothes cleaned and pressed. Re- feat of McCulloch Is an indirect blow duty. and to Hughes belongs the guaranteed. to tho Gubernatorial candidacy of tucky delegation In Congress Is com- acres In cultivation; other CO ncreV Satisfaction Our relations with Mexico have pool with Daviess, farmers of this pairing. posed of Senator Ollle M. James, Sen- woodland. Improved. Apply, typo. We have county will havo tho entire say ns Work called for and delivered. Hhop Mr. Cantrill and to the future aspirbeen of tho farclal TINSLEY & BARNETT, dellv-f- i over Ohio County Bottling Works. ations of Mr. Stanley.both of whom ator J. C. W. Beckham, CongressJumped in when wo should have stay- - to where their tobacco will bo havo alwuys, In Kentucky politics, men SwaEer Sherlcy, J, C. Cantrill, Hartford, Ky. ED. NALL, P'op. out. We have remained Inactive ered. When a sale Is affected there 42tf Hartford Republican. ," 'r 0000000000000000000000000000000 POLICIES nn-oth- er show-down- j 1 i 0 1 Now Comes Our 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Semi -Annual I a KIt i 0 0 0 i0 iiirnce '0 0 Shoe Sale from 1.1 ISl IZtfl, rrisrso:7ss. 3- , . : 0 0 0 0 -- AH $5.00 Low Shoes, ' " I J .... -- , HAS-WEL- L, 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4.00 3.50 3.00 2.50 2.00 " n $3.75 3.10 0 QCC 0 0 0 0 0 o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2.40 1 2.00 g 0 0 0 Men's Palm Beach Suits, now $4.50 0 Men's Kool Krash SuitS, nOW 5.50 f Carson & HARTPOBD. Co, i 000000000000000000000$$$aH 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 . I e. ma-we- I - ry J mo-wate- non-dlstill- er Y 1 f: Reduction Sale. jlmerlcan Sentleman SHOE M let, -- Stvle 1043 Dud gun rtHIJuthnoilord, riltDiio'a tdw mtul 3m-I-- k oU, ifJe and nulitur beL v Price M....nl "St. Rcgi." To I Beginning today we will offer some large reductions in Ladies', Misses' and Children's Slippers. While the manufacturers are steadily advancing the prices of shoes, our motto, as usual, is to carrv over no surplus stock if prices will be any inducement. You can buy Our Ladies' regular $3.00, now $2.50 i 2.50, now 2.00 Our ( 2.00, now 1.69 Our ( 2.00, now 1.50 Our Misses'. ( Our A ( ( 1.50, now 1.39 Remember That It Pays to Trade With a House That Saves You Money. like reduction in all Men's Oxfords. The above come in Patent Leather, Gun Metal, Kirl and Tans, Plenty of time to wear them, and they are surely bargains at the above prices. If in need, bee us, and J&$&&G OCCCOOOCCOCOCX)OCCXJCOOCCXX5CK;CCCCCKXWCCCCCOCCC!CCCC6b "Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, AUGUST 4. L., II. & ST. L. R. ROTMK TABLE. No. 113 due at Ellmitch 8:32 p. m. No. 110 due at Ellmitcb 7:30 a.m. No. 112 Lv. EUmitch .. 3:40 p.m. Ar. lrvington .. C:3B p.m. Mies Bcatrfce Maddox returned to Kockport Wednesday, after spending a week the guest of Miss Nettle Ctlle&pic. ? (,. Mrs. W.H. Barnes lefMiVednesday for Greenville, where she will be tho guest of Dr. J. R. Bennett and' family until Sunday. Mr. and MrsTJ. WTSlack, of Louisville, are tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lt. lrvington .. f:CG p.m. R. E. Duko. and other relatives in Ar. Louisville . 7:40 p.m. Hartford this week. No. Lt. Louisville .. 8:3C a.m. Prof, and Mrs. H. E. Brown and Ar. lrvington ..10:0C a. m. eon, Master Louis Gray, and Miss Lt. lrvington ..10:40 a.m. Motile Duncan, city, motored to Bow- 1:04 p. in. ; ling Green yesterday. Ar. EHmltch M., II. . K. R. It. TIME TABLE. Sergt. E. L. Barpett has been apSouth Bound, No. 11 C pointed on the recruiting squad for 8:46 a. m. th(t Due at Hartford Third Regiment and is spending North Hound, No. 114 a few days in Hartford. f:G5 p. m. Due at Hartford Miss Mattye Duke will return to(Doth "Mixed Trains.) day from RuEsellrllle, where she has been the guest of Miss Elizabeth Smith for the past week. o Mrs. Mary C. Whlto, 'ofHarrisburg, 111 , will leave for LexingPersonal News ton, after a visit with her parents, Captain and Mrs. S. K. Cox. and Social Euents. Everette Mines, who drives a delivery wagon for Iler's Grocery, was slightly injured Wednesday morning when ho fell from tho wagon. There will bon Chautauqua In Hartford Chautauqua, August 7, I 8 and 9, Hartford August 7, 8 and 9. Don't I to attend as you will hear and Mr. I. P. Barnard, of Louisville, fall see things both entertaining and inyesterday on business. was in town structive. Mr. apdMrsTBarnett Tlnsiey nro Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Harnett, city, parents of a new boy, born Friday. weut to Central City yesterday to visMr. J J. Russell, ofneaf Ilockport, it their son and daughter, Mr. and was in Hartford on business yester- Mrs. Orian Wallace. They will reday. turn Mayor J. C. Her returned last Mr. J. snieridr'lcksTof Gllberts-vlll- e, night from a business trip to Louis-vlll- o county, Kentucky, Marshall and Chicago. who has "been visiting Mr. and Mrs. . Mrs. V7UT Taylor and" daughter E. T. Williams, city, since Wedneswill return today from a week's vis-- It day, will return homo to Louisville. t, Mr. O. H,TPark and wife, of Miss NotTloTpark returned to Clear who are visiting friends Okla., Run yesterday, after a visit with and relatives in tho Clear Run Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Tappan. neighborhood, spent a fow days with Marks" and "Master Z. relatives In Hartford this week. Mrs. Wayne Grlllln are visiting friends For Itent HnvlnFdeclded to move and relatives in Owensboro. to the farm 1 will after November Mr. and Mrs. MfV.- Johnson, of rent my house and lot on Main spending tho week street, 1 Vj squares from the court noar Hartford, are W. D. LUCE, with friends nnd relatives in Butler house. Apply, Hartford, Ky. county. 5t2 ' A'. Carson, of Il7 W7 Naplor"wlll preach Pastor Mr. and"MrsTE. Corbln, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. at the Methodist church Sunday J. H. HI Carson anil other Hartford morning. Subject, "Worship that counts." Elder Rushing will delivrelatives. Spurrier, of Caneyvllie, er the evening sermon. Quarterly Hon Tom conference will be held Monday afis In Hartford and Ohio couuty this of his Candida- - ternoon at 3 o'clock week in tho interest Dr. E. G. Rhoads and daughters, cy for tho Republican nomination Thelraa and Merry Helen, of Shcf- for Cougrcss. Ill ... I j to-da- y. to-da- y. Val-llan- T,sr field, Ala. J Mrs. P. A. Rhoads, Beav- -, cr Dam; MIskcs Emllcnc nnd Annie i MUNITIONS CARS Lnura Jargoc, of Owcnshoro, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. If. ARE DESTROYED Hhonds from Sunday until Tuesday. eof Stlgler, Martin, Miss UnfilOkla., Is visiting tho family of her uncle. II. II. Martin, city. Miss Mar $25,0(10,(101) PROPERTY LOSS IS tin will spend tho remainder of the CAUSED 1V EXPLOSION OK summer with friends and relatives AMMUNITION. in Ohio county. The JolntColorcd Teachers' Institute composed of the teaclierB of McLean, Muhlenhurg nnd Ohio coun- - SHOCK FELT FOR MILES tleR will conveno at the court house In Hartford on August 14th, next, Prof. Frank Fio Sluice Affected Ity lllusU That for a flvo days session. r.rlii of Sumner Death And I)om- L. Williams, principal lntlon. High School, St. Louis, Mo., will ho tho Instructor. S. oTKcown, city, Mr. and Mrs.-New York, July 25. Property went to Cincinnati and Fort Thomas last Saturday, returning Tuesday. loss estimated at $20,000,000 was They report the soldier hoys In fine caused early yesterday by a series of shnpe, all dressed In spick and span terrific explosions of ammunition ohlnnipnt to the Entente new uniforms. They were nlso Impressed by tho exceedingly good san- Allies and stored on Black Tom Is itary condition of the surroundings land, a smnll strip of land Jutting Into New York Bay off Jersey City. at Ft. Thomas. Three are.known to be dead. Scores The Community" Wcffaro Chautauqua offers a splendid program of persons were injured, some of next' week. Lieut. McQibncy, who them possibly mortally. spent several months in the EuropeThe detonations, which were felt an war will tell his experiences. In five Stntes, began with a conDon't tinuous rapid lire of small shells, Other features of Interest. forget tho dates, Aug. 7, 8 nnd 9. then the blowing up of great quanThe tent will be pitched opposite the tities of dynamite, crlnltorlueue and other high explosives, followed by Jail on Mnin street. Misses Elizabeth MoonTand Clnra the bursting of thousands of shrapRobertson, of Hartford; Mary Hen-drl- nel shell, which literally showered Kockport: and Messrs. Earl tho surrounding country and waters Lowlsburg; Milton Hen- - for many miles around. lucCIcllnn. Fire that started soon after the drle, Central City, were guests of the house party given by Misses first great crash, which spread death Maude and Eunice Shultz, of Nar- and desolation in its wake, destroyed rows, this week. thirteen of the huge warehouses of the National Storage Company on We this week begin a In which were for advertising with the Black Tom Island, contract stored merchandise valued between Louisville & Old Inn Hotel Company, The and $15,000,000. of Louisville. In placing the order $12,000,000 llames, shooting into the clouds, the hotel company stntes that the were reflected against New York's Louisville and Old Inn have many county "skyline" of towering office buildregular customers In Ohio ings, which only a few moments beand that they desire to show apprea still fore were shaken to their foundaciation and hope to secure earthquake-lik- e shock. larger patronage from this section. tions by an Louis- Miles of streets in Manhattan alone While guests can stop at the were Btrewn with broken glass and ville Hotel on either the American or shattered signs. European plan, the American plan Early reports of heavy loss of life they boast one of. is tho feature and tables In tho wero impossible of verification, and best American-pla- n the south. The Old Inn is known to the authorities asserted the number most everyone in Ohio county who of deaths probably would be small. It was said that owing to the extent has occasion to visit Louisville. of the wreckage it might be several days before the exact figures could NOTICE. bought the Interest of my be obtained. Having The theory that the fire which brother, B. H. Ellis, In the Ellis we desire all those in- caused the disastrous explosion startMilling Co., up at debted to us to please call and set- ed' on a munitions barge, tied th6 Island, was combated lato accounts. tle all old by Robert" S. Hudspeth, prosecutor 1 will contlnuo tho flour mill bussame old stand and will for Hudson county, and Theodore B. iness at tho appreciate the patronage of all my Johnson, president of the Johnson friends. Will have on hand at all Lighterage Company, owner of tho times Flour, Meal, Bran and Ship- - munitions barge. Both declared the fire originated in two Lehigh Valley W. E. ELLIS, stuff. Ky. railroad freight cars laden with exHartford, . 4t4 plosives. ' Johnson, who was arrested on a IIKAVER DAM DEPARTMENT. Aug. 3. Miss Flora Lee Blrkhead, warrant charging manslaughter, as of Owensboro, arrived Wednesday to wero Albert M. Dlckman, Black Tom agent of the Lehigh Valley, and Alexbe the guest of Miss Anna Barnes. or Tulsa, Okla., ander Davidson, superintendent of Miss Myrl Miller, formerly of this city, has returned the National Storage Company, deconfor a month's visit with her grand- nied all responsibility for the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chapman, and flagration. He intimated that the fire was of incendiary origin. friends. Prosecutor Hudspeth corroborated Lltlo Miss Mary Kelly Williams entertained a few of her friends Tues- Johnson's story. He said he had day afternoon from four to six In obtained an affidavit from the commander of the tug "Geneva" which honor of her fifth birthday. Mr. Warren Porter, of Louisville, gave a comprehensive story of tho Joined his sister, Miss Madge Porter, disaster. "According to the affidavit and oth for a week's visit with Mr. J. H. family. er evidence," said tho Prosecutor, Barnes and Miss Mary Houston has returned the fire started two hours before the to her homo in Louisville after a Johnson barge was destroyed, and it bhort visit with Mr. and Mrs. Porter was not this barge that caused tho great explosion. The fire spread from Barnes. Tho ninny friends of Mrs. P. P. freight cars to warehouses and tno Wnlkcr wero grieved to hear of her barge. The. captain of tho Geneva bargo.sald death" Sunday evening at her home. was towing away another family our slncero to have been loaded with a tremenWe extend to tho dously high explosive, acting upon sympathy in this bereavement. May Blr, of Louisville, Is orders of a Lehigh Valley official, Miss spending this month with her mother, when the barge, which had shown no sign of being afire, exploded. This Mrs. J. B. Blr. one Miss Anna Barnes entertained at was the first explosion and tho Wednesday morning In honor that was most severe." cards of her visitors, Misses Flora Lee Feed Your Stock and Poultry on Owensboro, and Madge Blrkhead, of get best results. Cotton Porter of Louisville. Those receiv- the best were as follows: Seed Meal, Crushed Corn Chops, ing invitations (clipped), Misses Ruth Gray, Geneva Taylor, Northern White Oats Stewart, Myra Flener, Hazel Bran and Shlpstuff, Dixie, Arab, Mary Hocker, Addle Taylor, Grace Wil- Tankago, Shells and Grit, Distiller's liams, Angelln Maddox, Bess, Edna Dried Grains. We and Mo keep tho and Altha Williams, Edlfh Porter, best. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Key and Keener Napier, Eula and 4t4 Efflo Mulhall, Elizabeth Mffore, Ella FOKDSVILLK ITEMS. H. McKonney. Madge Porter and Flo Aug. 3. Misses Mary and Ovola ra Leo Blrkhead; Mesdamos Ernest Taylor and Porter Barnes. Music O'Flynn, of Owensboro, aro tho O'Flynn. was furnished during tho games by. a guests of their cousin, Rex guests after which a Miss Juda Veil Ball, of Hardlns-burnumber of the Is the guest of Mrs. Myrtle delightful lunch was served. Armondt and E. R. Jones. -e . Mrs. C. P. Kissinger, who has been New Grocery. a largo and com- very 111 for some time, is hotter at We havo Installed plete lino of staplo and fancy grocer- this writing. Tho Bible Instituto was largely aties lu the Or Ullii building and are by now ready for business. Wo oper- tended and very much enjoyed absolutely cash basis which all. ate on an and Misses Mary T. Qulnsbcrry accounts for our remarkably low Call, look over our lino and Vatura Mason have returned from pricos. Bowling Green, where they have inquire about our cut rato prices. been attending tho summer normal. Cash Grocory, Nelson's Blue Front Miss Ella Whittiughlll, of Glen- Hartford. Ky. 3tf o. to-dg, New Price on Ford Cars! Ford Runabout . $3454: Ford Touring Car . $360.0 F. 0. B. Detroit. Freight lo Beaver Dam $18.1 E. P. BARNES dean, was the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Helen Walker, last week. Coda Stewart went to Owensboro today. Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Keown, of Hartford, visited friends and relatives here last week. Prof. O. L. Shultz, of Narrows, was in town Saturday. Misses Anna Cooper and Virginia Loyd were the guest of Mrs. Myrtle Armendt Friday. Edith Wilson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Olla Wilson, who has been very 111 for sometime, will leave for Louisville today, where she will be under treatment of the Osteopath doctors. mm & BRft STREAKS'. Beaver Dam, Ky. STRAY (By Fluke MCFluke. Our wife ought to have teca lawyer, because her lonpsuie is crews. questioning, especially whim cnK-tlm- es go in home a bit Iat at nifcia. She can, and usually asks: sonve 35 different questions about tlte- arose blame thing and tho or St w I most generally make a jivefc. asu " myself and get all tangleJ. upi. tfc ways for Sunday. up-sh- ot gars. READ THIS. County Court Notes. If In need of Corn, Hay, Oats.Dlx-i- o G. E. Smith, recently riuanfM out or Arab Mixed Feeds, Chicken Feeds, Grits and Shells, Weber Wag- - administrator of the estate at G. W.. ous, Farm Implements, Repairs on Maddox, deceased. Thomas Hill was appcu"nf&ff mmS tho Deerlng and McCormick Mow- lug Machines, Grass and Field Seeds qualified ns guardian of SaiTar ML of all kinds, in season.as well as tho Hill. Edith Bates was tried Tit Caastfy best Patont Bluo Ribbon and Second Court, on July 31st, and adjnil!sfl at Patent Red Rose Flour, two-foTile for wells, Rock Salt, Stock and person of unsound mind ung cw&-Poultry Remedies, we aro prepared mltted to the Western ICenrnjy to furnish you as cheap as like ar- - Asylum for tho Insane. tides are to be had elsewhere, it not cheaper. Call and let us quote you Southern Fever- before buying. j "Some un sick ajt yo' busc. B W. E. ELLIS & BRO., Carter?" inquired Lila. "Ah. seraS Tho Produce Men, de doctah's kynr croun' dar yca-dHartford, Ky. 3t3 Xote Cash always paid for Poul I "It was for my brother; Lila." try and Eggs. "Shol What's he done-co- t du Bctt- ter of'm,?" ' "Nobody seems to know what tfas CONGRESSIONAL RACK ON INTEREST disease Is. Ho can eat anil sleep aas TAKES y well ns ever, ho otays out all Republican noml- - long on tho veranda In the -The race for the nation for Congress is attracting ( seems as well as anyone but be, csufif considerable Interest 'In Ohio county do any work nt all.". "Law, Mis' Carter, dat aiu nw at present and a larger voto will bo Satur- - dlseaso what you brothe' got: Dafn polled In tho primary election a glf!" Everybody's. day than was at first thought. ot I y." A certain bloated lawywr OSssil (?) of ours had us fired for a&caK WHISKEY FROM KAFIR CORN minutes last week but when learned that some of the i&, BCesr And The Grain Is Grown in Prohibi- York dalles were after us he at obhok proposed taking us back, then. tion Kansas. contrary and made hfm advance irr If you are a fervent enemy of wages to $2.76 per week wiUk a hffscrs ?pcr Barleycorn, don't ask too many duction in time to 11 day. Occasionally you may a tffc- questions when you sell your kaflr. Within the last few months the guise recelve a good turn fraasi distillers have found that kafir makes A nny D arn K uss.. excellent whisky. Also within the last few months kafir corn has found At last, Cbales E. Hughes fraa btssi a market almost as stable as wheat notified that he has been noizuved and corn, and on the grain markets by the G. O. P., as its candidate Ss of the large cities "futures" in kaflr President, and even if it did cociv.sn. corn arc now established. a surprise, ho acceptdd wftfc a wwy In Kansas there is a big demand nice little impromptu speech. One for kaflr. J. C. Mohler, secretary of I bet Charlie was glad to learu cCSus the State Board of Agriculture, has gud luck. ' received many inquiries from Eastx, ern grain men and brokers for' car Ladies' fashions are certainly of it. One Topeka grain deallots cars to keep up with, only a firvr t8a3t er has orders for twenty-eigwe noticed that socfety T&s5c of Vnfir which he is unable to fill, since girls wore smiles when thej&. the late spring and early frosts in bathing and now wc sec tBai C3sy Iowa last year made the crop of good corn so short that the distillers were have added half hose to their Crasst compelled to find some substitute for No Mut, I am not personal observation. I saw ti fist it in making their liquors. Kaflr was found to bo quite as the papers. good and some of the distillers say Our old Pal, A. Petty, of T&e 3&- ethat it is better for the purpose as corn, and the distillery began buy- - publican force" went to HcsrjTexMim ing lt up. Evidently the kafir crop last Monday, returning ycstenlay w5a-So far we havnt C3- sJn Kansas has been disposed of. The Owensboro. prssent price for kaflr in Kansas covered anything that Petty 6rwiSO. City, Mo., is $1.17 per 100 pounds, back, except what he ciUb a fcmd or slightly more than 50 cents a cold. bushel. Tho average yield per acre bushels. Tho Republican of kafir in Kai,r& Is 22 candidates fiiir 'lopekn, Kuns, , Dispatch, Kansas Congress don't stay In town Saitc enough to find out whero to her 3- .Cit Star. ! wwt n-J- 1 CT ht - eiu uaaa I Tobarco firemen, lo Meet. Ohio county tobacco growers aro called to meet at the court house in Hartford, Saturday, August 12, for the purpose of organizing the Co- opcratlvo Tobacco Growers ABsocla- tlon in this county. Prcs. Ford is cxpectcd to bo present and every grower Is urged to come. Ilaiimse to Cotton- Washington, Aug. 1. Heavy; 4fc- ago to the cotton crop durluc t- month ending July 25 cJuseUT a rv- fa. duction of 1,350,000 bale Au- production. Th prospective gust report of tho department aC a- rlculturo indlcntos that tho proifoo- tlou will ho 12,916,000 bales. &- r FARM-DEPARTMENT prepared lice powder this purpose. soil needs sick man. Improved by using a complete fertil"Well, not so very. He'll chorgo or phosphata izer or where nitrogen sti frttii Inllora tff Mm fire via It " '", or potassium could be used to good '"" "" advantage. The growing season and , -tho appearance of the plants will) "V.Into """" office ", the physl-giv- o the .' .. .. us this Information. , 11(1111 VU f Ills ti IVIIU ltl! The farmer who observes can tell Vltlll being admitted to tho consulting what fields ho should drain, terrace room, planked down two dollars, reor irrigate. He can determine the marking, "Well doctor, here I am best direction to run tho rows, the again." seasons best for planting, cultivating, The physician calmly picked up harvesting, etc. Ho soon learns the the money and put, It In a drawer crops that will likely bo best for tho which he locked securely. The sick various fields and can then arrange man looked on, expectantly awaiting his rotations to Include the best next move. crops as often as is consistent with the Moldy Sllago Ix Fatal. "Well' I'm ready to be examined," good farming. The feeding of the moldy silage to he said at length. In seed selection It is necessary great horses and cattle has caused a "I don't think It's necessary," remanager study his plants number of deaths in Illinois within that the to determine those that plied the shrewd specialist. "There's carefully to do it again. Keep right the last few months. Tills has led earliness, yield, freedom no need Good H. P. Itusk and H. S. Orindley show vigor, Profs. enough on taking the same medicine. diseases, etc. It is not of the University of Illinois Agricu- from day, sir." Washington Post. to go over the fields at harvest time ltural Experiment Station to initiate best for seed; the plants OV DAWSON a series of experiments with a view to select the grow- SLAYKH determining, if possible, what mold should be observed during the MARSHAL ON TRIAL of may be done so selection or bacteria aro causing the trouble. ing season intelligently. Some plants that make Madisonville, Ky., July 2C Tho That the task undertaken Is not showing during the early seaexamining trial of Mack Logan, an eaBy one Is readily understood a good may not be suitable seed. It will charged with killing Chief of Police when one reflects that men of abili- son take all tho information you can get K. H. Keach at Dawson Springs July ty have worked on the problem since fcclect the desirable for seed. 1845 without arriving at a solution. to 19, was entered Into before County forage Farm and Ranch. Judge H. F. S. Bailey this morning. Whenever an outbreak of poisoning has been reported to Profs The entire day was taken up in the Jlusk and Grlndley, they have usu- Swatting tho Fly Grow More Wheat. examination of witnesses "for the It is not necessary to quit grow- Commonwealth, the last witness beally visited tho farm where the outing wheat. The Hessian fly may be ing examined at 4:30 o'clock this afexambreak has occurred, and have were ined especially tho feeds In an at- killed, starved and prevented by ternoon. Nineteen witnesses tempt to determine to what the trou- practicing the best farming methods on the stand during the day, ten of yield of these being of the killble has been due. Furthermore they to secure an increased on mice, wheat. ing and all telling practically the have conducted experiments July or very early August plow- same story. pigs, rabbits and chickens by feed. ing buries the Hessian fly and makes . poisoning them with samples of this ed forage. Thus far these animals from five to fifteen bushels more SHOES TO COST MORE wheat per acre than September plowAND SHOW MODERATION have not given a positive test. Several horses were bought for ex- ing. It is often advisable to disk Chicago, July 26. Styles of shoes, perimental purposes and fed with the wheat stubble ground and then plow three or four weeks later. The especially for women, wlllbe of the moldy silage. Four days after feeding, symptoms of poisoning showed disking will mash, destroy and "common stock variety Instead of many of the flies in the flaxseed the excessive high top kind," next On the 5th day, one themselves. horee died and within a period of stage. It will also conserve moisture season, according to statements of manufacturers made at the conventhree weeks three more horses died. and make plowing much easier. Cultivating the plowed ground tion of the Illinois Shoe Dealers' AsThe remaining horse will undoubtedthrough the summer, especially after sociation. The colors will be dull ly die too. apparent from these experi- rains, keeps down volunteer wheat grays and champagne, due to the It is ments that farmers are not Justified and kills and starves the fly. It al shortage In dye stuffs. The prediction also was made that In trying to economize by feeding so conserves moisture and makes a horses and cattle silage that has be- better seed bed for wheat. The fly thero would be an Increase of from feeds almost entirely upon vtheat, 20 to 40 per cent In the price of shoes t. come spoiled. but It may be found upon rye and tho coming winter on account of the barley. Synopsis of Kami Loan Act. war in Europe which has shut off tho Wheat sown on or soon after the supply of dye stuffs and Imported Tho act provides for the creation date is practically free from leather. of twelve federal land banks and permits the establishment of any Hesian fly injury during the fall and Careful observations and WILL NOT PERMIT number of Joint stock land banks winter. the AMERICAN TO ENTER tor tho purpose of making loans at experiments have shown that early fly as rate of interest, for long free dates are generally as a reasonable the wheat should be sown to secure London, July 2C S. S. McClure, periods of time, on farm lands. Loan Board has a maximum yield regardless of the the American publisher, who was deA Federal Farm fly. The college of agriculture will, tained for some time by the British complete control over these banks. federal land banks are pro- on request, furnish information on authorities on his arrival at LiverTwelve date for each county of pool on tho American liner Philavided, one In each of twelve districts the country will be divid- the various states. delphia, must return to the United Into which the Every wheat grower should try to States Saturday on board the same ed. These banks are empowered to meas vessel In tho meanwhile sojourning lend on first mortgages on farm put into practice the above ures. A united fight against the fly at an unnamed watering place Inland Jands in amounts of $100 to $10,000 for approved purposes. The loans cannot be emphasized too strongly, "for his health," according to a are to be made through farm loan as- because one farmer that fulls to de- statement made by government offstroy volunteer wheat or that sows icials today. sociations and agents. his wheat too early may breed enough Tho British Homo Office declined National farm loan associations comnosed exclu Hies to damago his neighbor's wheat to grant a permit for Mr. McClure to local organization sively of borrowers are authorized. ' crPs badI' tho following spring, stay In England. must ho stock- Many of tho best and most successThese associations It Citiiifl Hack. holders in the laud banks in propor- ful wheat growers have found theso In A workman on his way to a foottion to the amount their members measures practical and effective tho control of the fly, and they have ball match, met a friend and in a wish to borrow. act prohibits the federal land also greatly increased their yields cherry voice, asked, "Are you goln' The to tho match, 13111?" "No," said banks from charging more than G at tho same time. Bill, In a sad tone, "I can't afford per cent on any mortgage, or requirFarm Note. ing fees not approved by the Farm It." "Now, look hero," said Jack, If a baby had tho appetite of a moved by a generous Impulse. "I've Loan Board. Tho borrowers will share in tho young potato beetle It would eat got a bad sixpence, an' if you llko net profits of the bank, because they from 50 to 100 pounds of food every to try an' pass it, I'll treat you." It is contemplat- 24 hours. If a horse ato as much as "Let's have hold of it," said Bill. nr'j stockholders. ed that ultimately tho borrowers will a caterpillar, In proportion to Its "You can back mo to pass it. "1'vo consumo a ton of hay done that sort of thing before," Off , size, it would bo the only stockholders. stock land banks aro author- every 24 hours. A caterpillar eats they went together, and on arrivJoint ized. They aro corporations for car- twice Its weight of leaves every day, ing at tho ground, Bill boldly put rying on tho business of lending on but a potato beetle devours every day down tho bad sixpence and walked farm mortgage security and issuing at least five times Its weight of fol- through the turnstile. Jack camo next and put down a shilling and, farm Joan bondi. They aro to ho un-d- r iage. to ills great and unspeakable disgust the supervision of tho Farm Loan ' Tho women of Canada aro about to received tho bud sixpence as change. Hoard, but the government will not Tho Ingleslde. Invest in them. Subject to geog- bo sent Into tho harvest fields of Sasa raphical limitations, and subject to katchewan to harvest tho wheat crop, Should Ho Vseri To It. tho 50 per cent and 20 per cent lim- because their husbands and brothers Verdun has a famous history in itation, theso banks can lend to an and sons and sweethearts have gono individual any amount they wish, to war. W. It. Motherwell, minister past wars. As early as 400 A. D. it of agriculture of Saskatchewan, has was a Roman camp, named Vlrodun-uund for any purpose. issued a call for 20,000 harvest It was almost .destroyed by hands, and ho says that just to tho barbaric invasions and was not Clean Heii.iTouAO. o should bo kept clean extent that ho falls to got that many This for a century. Clovis capnnd the chickens provided with dry, men tho work will fall to the wom- tured it in G02 A D. After various vicissitudes it fell into German hands clean places to roost. A good dust en. In the eleventh century and became a powder may bo mado from one pint i ' of Creso dip No. 1 and three pints of Tho newest thing In tho harvest city of considerable sizo and Impor gasoline mixed with enough plaster fields of Kansas is tho electric thresh- tance. In tho slxtcuth century It of Paris or cement to absorb It. This er. Tho first experiment of tho kind was taken by the French. Again, In powder should bo dusted Into tho In tho United States has been In op- 1792, it fell into German hands, hut leathers around tho base of the tall eration south of Ablleno all week as retaken by tho French shortly and under tho wings. This should be and has attracted much attention afterward. It mi remained until repeated In about a week In order to from farmers In Central Kansas. A 1870, when it was cipturcd by tr kill the young llco that may develop dozen farmers of tho Farmlngton Of rmans after a brilliant siego. 'I he Christlaa Iltrald. from the eggs or nits. Most of tho neighborhood formed a "Wheat Smut Cim Ho Controlled. Every year smut Injuries the quality of the wheat. Smut can he controlled and thero Is little excuse for having smutty wheat, but as long a n four tnrmora In ft nclcllborllOOd do not treat the seed, the Infection will ,. rrlA frnm fnrm to farm by the threshing machines. Like controlling the Hessian fly, It Is a communl- ty affair and all must work togetlv cr. P. H. Ross, agricultural agent of Leavenworth County, Kan., has been trying to show, through tho of the members of the farm bureau, how successfully smut can be He has Just checked ovcontrolled. er the results of this year's demonstrations. On two different farnii small plots wero planted, one with treated and tho other with untreated seed. On the untreated plots fully 25 per cent of the wheat Is affected with smut, while on tho treated plots not a single smutty head can be found. answer nefoclatlon and brought n 1.G00- pound motor and set It on a low truck. This was connected by a 1,- cauio wmi mu nearest ciec- Wntrh The (Jrowliiir Plnnti). crops during trie wire along the road, tho motor Close observation of Hip rrrnwlnir season Is often very turned a drive wncci nnu a vninniiio. Without Information as to ,,eIt connected It with the sepcrator. by how plants behave one always loses t,ie week's experience shows that wo should' gather ' dispensing the cost of threshing Is much. Each year Information to be used the next and cut in two. Farm and Ranch. ' every other year we farm. If wo T. .. T. i no lorrcoi kiiuiii neglect this we miss an opportunity f 1 w " . 4frli"- - a--ml 11 ttl n recommenddirtn and will never have It again. nsketl Close observation gives us a good iHiuicu hik idea of tho soil's needs. It Is not iiiibiuiuii. tain specialist. a difficult matter to tell when tho "Is ho very expensive?" asked the lime; what field would be will uuu-iooi AHSKMItljKD I 1IUMOK. IP:rorssio:i3..E,l HOTEL A " ... ""'". 11 "My speech Is going to set a lot of peopio ininKing, remarKed tno orn- tor. "ies," rejoined Senator Sorghunr "but aro they going to think the way you aro trying to mako them think they ought to think?" Washington Star. ' .WAMTO D.C. P0MM I Or AMERICAN IDttl Otto C. Martin Attorney at La, 7 HAJtTFORD, KY. practice his profusion In Urt I adjoining counUtti. Cotiuiuffcl) i and and Criminal Practice a Spoclalty, Will T. YVAIlKrVrilATTON Criinmrll, Kjr. OTTOC HAllrlW llnrtfor.l, Ky. '"" MrjJ Wyc I .. ... Oh, always tell tho men mat us not to be a dress-u- p affalr nn(, tho wonlcn thnt ,B.il()9. ... Transcrlnt. Algernon Did she give you any encouragement, old boy? Cholly Yes; site told mo she wns t going to riiiiacicipnia next wecu and asked ine to call while sho was gone. Somervlllo Journal. 'In tll7 'whfe""Eoed hotels bound, the Powhatan heads ths It It Grit countrymen. lnthe hUTH.ot. k STRATT0N & MARTIN Attorneys at Law CROMWELL, - KY. Will practice Uiolr profession In thl and djolulng counties. Collection. Commercial and Criminal Practice Prompt Spoclalty. and vlgoront service- - Notary In office. .......... MMM...Mi.Biaa. """" ","'";" .".;.".'-.- I ... """" i'la "I've tried to teach my boy tho value of money." .. "Good thing!" "Well, I don't know. Ho used to behnva for ten cents, but now he! wants a quarter." Life. ( i have found compein this world. Mr. Bacon 1 guess you have. Why, do you know, dear, that the English language is now spoken by over 140,000,000 people?" Yonkers4 Statesman. I Mrs. Bacon n tition great thing ' ' Tne Towhatan.il jcffnei!, ex Its "cacti' cluslveTand restful. lent location on rennsylrama Avenvc 18th ami II Streets, makes it a desirable headquarter! for bridal couplet, tourist parties, convention!. Schools and colleges. i The rowhatan""attractsthe people of culture and education. Its proximity to State, War ami Navy Department!, also to manf interest, points of historical makes this hotel especially at discriminating pubtractiTC to a I0.ETAYL0R.CE ! Beaver Dam, Ky. Highway and Drainage Design. J ' lic DR. I ! The "Vowhatan'offers room with detached bath at $1.50. $2.00 and up. Rooms with private bath. $2.30, $1.00 and up. "VTnte lor bootlct ltfi n.sp HART VETERINARY SURGEON IIHAVEH DAM, KY. James Ta.ilur's LUcry nnrn. 0. E. "Father, what is meant by tho ar-- ! tlstic temperament?" "The artistic temperament, my boy, is a sort of reserve alibi which usually saves the artist from pro3e- cutlon on achargo of disturbing the peace." Puck. I e I CLIFFORD M LEWIS, JJanagtr, JL o mrmgii ghlDUIIiilHii1 T" Office j j "Half of tho olllco force are In love with my pretty stenographer." "Does it interfere with their work?" "Oh, no. They're all speeding up. trying to win promotion." Chicago ju.il I r THADC-MARr- tS lul C'U&lrlL-or THAT PAY, eiinMv auoiitiuyju IPfaJrl, iJiuto Uetli)t PATENTS a.ltmi tl r m. lu.rott y at our u tut im. I ir.ni.ily o'wik.1 la I I en lAtrnUUUty, to yon' trsrtn-SUR- PASSINQ nircrcNCCS. lVrfrmiluMol ! CD IToltabl ItU ::t writ, to B03-B0- riur. frr rncC rrrnrt I Journal. 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Economical. rUs eiti.ofdinary de&oiicg and tennicidtl pewc 15&1S3I or rxxtpaid 30c aa dnicgitti, BQ.loQ.MfcW. I Xmaq. TliePaW)nTcWlCnmpaliy. KILLthc COUCH and CURE tke LUNCS 6 rro. Dr. King's New Disc-ovarWITH y stow?" Tho poor waiter lied. Eagle. Brooklyn jjjrnjra TrtAoe CoPYniCMTS 4c. and cie'criptlfln nmy AnTonercnrtlnir a n our r.phiinn fie whether nn quickly liiTentlon is 1'iohntlr HAIiOLOOK oiii'nicuts t'Mriun. sent (roe. tililcn ncriiry furi.c-urini- ; I'dcnts taUu lur.ruuli J1i,iiu X Co. metre tfX'toltwtlu, wllliout cborco, lutlio A OVER CS Y CARS' CXPCniCNCC aw.. MO ALL FflR aOQUCHS OLDS Trial BctHo free THROAT AND LONG TROUBLES araid: m a ti I GUARANTEED SATIBFA01011Y OR MONEY REFUNDED. Real Designs Marks Estate! FARM LANDS and City Residences uro now selling at a low cost, but don't expect it to be so always. If you ever expect to own your farm or your homo now Is the time to buy. any dilation of rutiiitt-4- n . icntlfln journal. t L 8uld LiV KJl newsdealer. sciemmc iii..ericm rated Wfk1r. I firrf it tinnrlinmiOv .Hurt PROCURED AND DCFCNOCD.??. I . 1 strata in rtitfitiri h avml f i"? finrt Ij !'Wh how to vbula lutfiile, tru. Ire eopynttM. IN ALL COUNTRIES. Pabittind Lifrtngemtrt Practice rjclmlvc'y. n riM or coroo 110 Elaith StrMt, ValuJ 8UUa h'-ra- t C WASHINGTON. D. C. fir-- iViiWr Jirrct rAlh H'atlLiin'ton taett mttnry ax J cjun letfattni. i. li., law. wiuu MUNN&Co.3MB'M"''NewYork luacca iUH4 i tar a eu waauiutf tuu, u. w- - iy WE HAVE several farms listed in ' Ohio county and they can be had for reasonable prices an d'l liberal terms. If we do have the particular farm you de McCAIX rATTERNS perfect fit. Celebrated for style, simplicity an sire we will make efforts to get reliability nearly 9 years. 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Krod Furniture, etc. UqnUI lu million, for the UeihtiUc, Damper and iortaiuau St.SO PER YIAR 11, siuair rnir!LIHHir v.m. m Ik MoWaalar r alncl Sample copy will b aant In, raquaat. Written So You Cnn Understand It ,'." Shop Nous Department (20 Vts) ooutulii"t I'ractlcsl lllnta for ttkop Work und for tin f hi; m I. tor supply; not a pump or tap but best bidder, at tho court houso has u certificate of some kind attach-e- d door In Hartford, Ky., on Monday, to It. Ambulatory pathological 'August 7, 1916, about tho hour of p. m upon a credit ot 6 one UP AEROPLANE LINE laboratories everywhere pry Into tho , and o'clock 12 months, tho following de- secrets of "bug diseases." Drewerlcs scribed property, and factories are commandeered and I A certain track of land in Ohio county, Kontucky, and boundod as TKII 11KTWKKN converted Into public baths. Two follows: riatf thousand Tommies a day are washed Beginning at a sweet gum, dogHKLGOLAND AND NBW YORK In ono of these, In batches ef 150 wood and ash; tbenco south 11 de8TAUT BOON. poles to threo at times to tho music of "Jack John- grees; east 120 son" dropping Into the water sup- white aks; thenco south 79 degrees, ply. Tin sheds have been erected west 110 poles to a black Jack, supposed to bo on the original line; July 30. Ocrmnn en- for Itch treatment a skin disease thence North 109 poles to ono beech Now York, terprise, having startled the world that has laid up as many as 4,000 tree: supposed to bo on original by Bending to the United States a men at a time. No happier men ex- lino; thenco east 110 poles to tho beacres, moro ginning, merchant submarine boat, Is said by ist In France anywhere than these or less. containing 84 the tract of Being a part of authority to bo preparing victims Just freed from their tor land conveyed by S. C. Arrlngton to reliable further to excite admiration by link- - tures. The Jolly naked crowds of Wm. J. Swope, deceased, recorded In ing the two countries through a splondldly developed fellows, singing deed book P, page 256, Ohio County and shouting In tho great baths Court Clerk's ofneo. trans-Atlantair service. Excoptlng therofrom the following 1b known German aero- within hearing of the thunder of the boundary: that It guns, make the murder of war seem nautic genius has perfected a huge Beginning at three white oaks; trlulo screw trlplanc, which Is of plain devilish. Wilfred T. Orecnfell thenco south 79, west 110 poles to a black Jack, supposed to bo on the jjulTlclont power and endurance to . In tho July Atlantic. original lino; thenco northwardly Atlantic. cross the with the line of tho original tract Tests of this aircraft have proved poles ot which this Is a portion 54 Us possibilities nnd It Is declared to a stone; thenco eastwardly 110 I poles to a stone In tho lino ot tho first the exact date of tho flying blockado party's of which this tract Is a part; For Infants and Children arrival depends only upon riinncr'n thence south 11, cast 60 Vi Poles to propitious atmospheric conditions. In Use For Over Years the beginning, containing 42 acres, Tho giant air vehicle will carry Always bears more or less, nnd being one-hatract conveyed to B. S. Swope by Jas. several tons of mall, a crew of twenthe M. Swope, et al., on August 27, 1902, ty men nnd fiasollno sufficient for a Signature of which deed Is of record In the Ohio 7000-mil- e Journey. Tho machine, County Court Clerk's offico In deed News Service Inforthe International hook 48, pago 194. mant stutes, will bo sent on Its way MASTBIt COMMIHHIONKH'S SALK. Jesse R. Swope owning a 9 Interest In the above tract of land orderfrom tho huge base at Helgoland. It Ohio Circuit Court. ed to be sold, 9 ot tho proceeds Is expected the running tlmo to Amer- B. L. Farmer, Admr., Plaintiff, will bo paid to him. vn. N'ntlco. will bo about thirty hours. ica The purchaser will bo required to prom- Nancy Farmer, ct al., D Pendants. Official announcement of this with approved securiHy virtue of judgment and order execute bond ised spectacular achievement, It Is of salo of tho Ohio Circuit Court ren- ty Immediately after salo and a Hen ald. has been delayed In hope- tho dered at the July term, 1916, In the will bo retained on tho land as fur, security. Bremen, the second merchnnt sub-- nrtntn raiian fnp Hiti tilirnnon ft nrtV ther This 17th dayTif July, 1916. comploto Ing nil legal claims against tho es- marine, would bring moro OTTO C. MARTIN, information, and, perhaps, some Master Commissioner. 3t3 IJ-Ellis & Taylor, Ernest Woodward, photographs. hc)r8 ot tno 8aI,i Ela8 farmer ns Attorneys. Tho following specifications or tno thclr interests niay appear. I will of. J. P. Sandorfur, m given: Weight for for sale at public auction to the clcantlc machine nro SALE. court MASTER COMMISSIONER'S of trlplane, 35,000 pounds; length of highest and best bidder, at tho about houHO door In Hartford. Kv.. Ohio Circuit Court. hull, 75 feet; beam, 25 feet; speed, tho hour of ono o'clock p. in., on 120 miles an hour; capacity ot fuel Mnnilnv. tho 7th dav of Aucust. 191G. A. C. Lawrence, et al., Plaintiffs, vs. Notice. tanks, 7000 gallons of gasollno; main on a credit of six months tho follow- James I. Leach, et al., Defendants. cabin In hull, accommodates eigh- ing described property, By vlrtuo of a Judgment and order A tract of land in unio county, of tho Ohio Circuit Court renteen persons. Kentucky, and bounded as follows: of saleat Its July term, 1916, In the Tho superstructure consists of ln- - dered Beginning at a stone at the cause, for the purposo of a dithreo superposed planes, each having lamnctlnn nt thn nppr.ll ValleV rotlll above ot the proceeds among the vision atwith tho Hartford and Hawesvlllo heirs of W. L. C. Leach, deceased, n span of 150 feet. A pontoon Is ueecn tached to tho tip of each lower plane. road; thenco with O. said Farm- and all optts herein, I will offer for M. to Valley road public auction to the highest Two hydroplanes, pneumatic llfo pre- er's cornor; with Tom sale at thence the servers and fire extinguishers will bo Henry's line to the Harftord and and best bidder at Ky., court house on Monday, Hartrord, conveniently carried for use In case Hawesvlllo road; thence south with door In day ot August, 1916, at about said road to the beginning, contain- the 7th of one o'clock p. m., upon ot accident. ing about 18 acres, more or less. Ex- the hour Tho power plant consists ot six cepting therofrom a lot sold to J. A. a credit of six and twelve months, property: motors. Each motor Edge, containing 5 of an acre, and the following described 250 horse-powcounty, can be operated as a separate power being a portion of tho tract of land Three tracts of land In Ohio follows: Kentucky, and bounded as case of damage to any one. conveyed to Ellas Farmer by H. C. plant In Tract No. 1. Beginning at poplar The nerlal project is said to be Watklns and others, byIndeed dated nnd oak stump; thence with Park and deed book May 30, 1901, recorded fathered by Albert Ballln, president O, pago C2S, Ohio County Court Sullenger's lino to the new cut road Lino. leading from tho Leltchfleld road to of tho Hamburg-America- n Clerk's office be required to tho Hlnes Mill road; thence with said Tho purchaser will a corner at Sullenger and oxecuto bond with approved socurlty road to line, a stone; thence on a Had to llno a Cold Hang On. a Hon will Leach's Imcdlately after sale, and straight line to tho beginning. ConDon't let your cold hang pn, rack be rotalncd as additional security. taining two acres more or less and your system and become chronic ot July, 191C. This 17th day being samo land conveyed to W. L. will OTTO C. MARTIN. when Dr. noil's and C. Leach by B. F. Sullenger Master Commissioner. help you. It heals tho Inflammation, 3t3 wife on Feb. 9, 1894, deed recorded C. M. Crowe, Attorney. cough and loosens tho ootheo the in deed book 14, pago 355, Ohio t County Court Clerk's office. phlegm. You breathe easier at once. Tract No. 2. Beginning at a Is a laxa-tlv- o MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Dr. Bell's white oak, corner to Richard Walker Tnr Syrup, tho plno tar balsam Ohio Circuit Court. on said road; thence north to a white neals tho raw spots, loosens tho mu- Joe McConnell, Plaintiff, oak, Susan Sullenger's corner In R. vs. cous and prevents Irritation of tho Walker's lino; thenco N. 79 W. 94 Dofendant. bronchial tubes. Just get a bottlo Mary Fulkerson, Judgment and order poles to a hickory and white oak, By vlrtuo of a John Duke's east corner; thenco with today, of Dr. Bell's ot sale ot tho Ohio Circuit Court, 10 west 52 poles to help you. At drug- rendered at tho July term, 1916, in his line south iUi guaranteed to Duko and Chapman's corner; thence tim nhnvn cnnsA fnp tho sum of S75.00 with Chapman's line south 40 poles gists. with Interest at the rate of 6 per to a stake on said road; thence with cent per annum from the 10th day of same road to tho beginning, supposGUOVE. I'LKASANT May, 1912, until paid, and all cost3 ed to contain 100 acres. July 31. Tho crops, around hero horeln, I will offer for salo by pubTract No. 3. Adjoining second have been looking flno up until now. lic auction at the court house door tract and beginning at a stone one fn Hartford, on Monday, tho 7th day polo west ot the Hardlnsburg road; They are needing rain. one o'clock August- Peary Fentress, near Vnn-zan- t, of m upon 1916, about six months, thenso east one polo to said road; Mr. a credit of p. thenco north 65 east 31 poles to a died Thursday nnd was burled with tho prlvllego of paying cash If whlto oak; thence with Mllllgan family burying ground. desired by the purchaser tho follow- Wright's line north 2 east 22 poles Friday at tho to an elm; thenco 47 poles to the beMr. Willie Wilson and son. Lewis, ing described property, "Ono tract of land In Ohio county, Containing two acres more returned home Saturday evening Kontucky, and bounded as follows. ginning. same land conveyed to W. L. or loss, from Hatfield. Ind., whero they have Beginning at a stake In the N. W. C. Leach, by John T. Lowo and wlfo been visiting relatives tho past week. corner of Joo McConnell's lino; by deed dated May 28, 1889, and recMiss Sallle Carter roturned homo thenco east to the old lino; thence orded In deed book 8, page 378, Ohio N. to a stono In tho N. E. corner of County Court Clerk's office. from Owensboro Saturday. said lino; thenco W. to a stake; The purchaser will be required to Mr. D. E. Tuttlo went to Fords-vill- a thence S. to tho beginning, containexecute bond with approved security Wednesday. ing 20 acres, more or less," or suffi- immediately after sale and a Hen Charllo Davisson wont to Askin cient thereof to produco the sums ot will bo retained as additional suremonoy ordered to bo made. ty. Friday. . ., Tho purchaser will be required to This 17th day ot July, 1916. Mr. J. W. Kebarker and family visoxecuto bond with approved securiOTTO C. MARTIN, ited Tommy Loyd and wlfo Sunday. ty Immediately after sale, uulcss cash 3t3 Master Commissioner. Mrs. It. Moxley nnd daughter, Lo-n- la paid. John B. Wilson, Attorney. This 17th day of July, 1910. Charlie Davisson and visited Mr. OTTO C. MARTIN, MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALK. wlfo Sunday. Master Commissioner. hore attondod tho fair 3t3 Sovoral from Woodward & Kirk. Attorneys. Ohio Circuit Court. last wook nt Hardlnsburg. C. P. Wallace, Admr., et al., Plain- Dobrulcr, ot Fordnvlllo, MASTErVo.MMISSIONER'S Mrs. J. N. SALE. tirfs, ha3 been visiting rolatlves hero for vs. Notice. Logan P. Crowder, et al., Defendants. Ohio Circuit Court. n few days. Hy vlrtuo of a Judgment and order The Sunday School is progressing J. M. Swopo, et al Plaintiffs, vs. Notice. of salo of tho Ohio Circuit Court nicely hero. Jesse R. Swopo, Admr., et al., De- rendered at tho July term, 1910, Thoy will begin a big meeting here In tho above cause, for the purposo fendants. August 12. By vlrtuo Of a Judgment and order of paying ull just and legal claims MoasrB. Bonnlo Walker and Deo of sale of tho Ohio Circuit Court ugalnst tho estate ot Henry Crowder, dividing proccods term, 1916, In Muffott loft Wednesday for Dotavan, rondored at tho July tho purposo ot deceased, and tho claimstho and tho after paying tho ubovo cause, for III. paying tho following claims against C03t, to tho heirs ot tho said Henry tho estate of Beu S. Swopo, deceased, Crowdor, deceased, as their respecJ. L. Phillips' note. 112.91, dated tive Interests may appear and for Keeps Tommy Clean. 22, 1912, with Interest at C the purposo ot paying all the cost of Tho consideration of Just ono ap- Aprilcont per annum from date; W. tho abovo law suit and tho cost of this per parently slmplo problom tho per- B. Wells' note $76.00, dated March salo, I will offer for salo by public sonal cleanliness of tho armies la 1, 1908, with Intorest at C per cont auction to the highest and best bidworth a moment's attention. It Is per annum from dato; W. B. Wolls' der at tho court houso door In Hartunnecessary to say that It (a a matter note $125, dated March 4, 1910, 6with ford, Ky on Monday, the 7th day ot per o'clock p. Tho vory intorest thcroon at tho rato of 1911, August, 1916, about one 12 of Bupremo Importance. months, March 4, on a credit of G and over tho cent per annum from ?5.00 Dec. 17, in., following described property, first stop had to bo taken the until paid, credited by wholo sanitary arrangements of every 1914; James M. Swopo, note $30.00, A certain tract ot laud In Ohio vlllago and town anywhere near tho dated April 27, 1902, with Interest county, Kontucky, and bounded as per annum from fighting lines, the wator supply, sow-ora- at 6 por cent M. Swopo, note date follows: ?10, until paid; Jas. and drainage an Aegean task dated April 18, 1914, with Interest Ueglnnlng at a white oak, Awtry's for tho modern Horcules. But It has from date; Jas. M. Swopo, note N. E. corner: thenco west 140 poles been accomplished, as the splendid $17.50, dated April 7, 1914, with In- to a stono; thence north 10 east 20 N. E. date health statistics of the enormous terest from Sent. until paid, credited polos to a stone, north cornor to II. 89 west 26 24. 1914:Jas. M. O. Awtry; thence flooded hv 112.95 mniRntlonarr armies that poles to a stone and white oak; Atll- - Swopo, $11.19, with interest from -. mono viiMbv .lamnnntrntA. January 1, 1916, until paid, and all thenco north 28 poles to a dogwood, imu iL.n ..Mlof.iia u bulatory chemical laboratories re-- cogt nereiUi i wm offer for sale by H. Stewart's corner; thence north 82 to, a. stone; thenco poatedly tost tho source of every wa- public auction to the highest and east 59 V4 pc-h- GERMANS TO OPEN to-w- lt: ic CASTOR A 30 fe&k lf E' to-w- lt: er all. At times, I would have severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist fttt 4 MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. in my left side. sold Cardui for years. He knows wbaf Ohio Circuit Coutt. The doctor was called in, and his treat- it will do. Ask him. He will recoas Ollle E. Taylor, Admrx., Plaintiff. ment relieved me for a while, but I was mend it. Begin taking Cardui today. vs Notice. Vivian O. Taylor, et al., Defendants. soon confined to my bed again. After Write to: Chattanooga Melldna Co.. Lalfe Advisory Dcpt.. Chattanooga, Term., for SfxtUt By virtue of a Judgment and order Instructions sn vour casa an d 64iure tank. 'Shu ot sale of tho Ohio Circuit Court that, nothing seemed to do mc any good. Trcatsuat far Women." Mat In plain wrappar. rendered at the July term, 1910. Jn tho abovo cause, for the purpose of first paying a Hen debt of $1,275.00. with Interest thereon at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from Sept. (i, 1910, owing to tho estate of C. M. Barnett, deceased, and the division of the proceeds after paying tho said debt and Interest to the heirs of John W. Taylor, deceased, and tho cost of the above style law suit of this sale, I will offer for salo at public auction to the highest and best bidder at the court house door In Hartford, Ky., about 1 p. m., on Monday, the 7th day ot August, 1913, on a credit of six months, the following described property, t: A certain lot of ground, together full of life and action, filled with the with the Improvements thereon, lofire of fine Inspiration and followed cated on Center Street In Hartford, by 250 short stories of adventure, Ohio county, Kentucky and bounded will make as follows. Beginning at the N. E. corner of L. F. Woerner's lot en Center street; thence with his line N. W. 75 feet to line of Z. Wayne Griffin; thence S. W. with said line 18 feet to line of c J. C. Durrett's hotel lot; thence S. E. with said line and line ot H. P. Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' Page Taylor's law office. 75 feet to Center street; thenco with Center street, 18 Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles of feet to the beginning, which properTravel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best ty was conveyed to decedent by C. minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone M. Barnett and wife on Sept. 6, 1910, in the home. 1 here is no age deed recorded In deed book 39, page limit to enthusiasm for The 59, Ohio County Clerk's office. Three Current Issues Free Purchaser will be required to exYouth's Companion. If you do not know THE COMPANION ecute bond with approved security let ua and you Threo Current laauea immediately after salo and a Hen 52 Times a Year FREE. Inclose thU Coupon with your retained as further security. request. will be not 12: July 17, 1916. This Those who subscribe now, sending $2 OTTO C. MARTIN, for tho 52 issues of THE COMPANION More good reading than you will Master Commissioner. for 1915. will receiro The Companion 3t3 get in any of the monthly Horns Calendar FREE. Heavrln & Kirk, Attorneys. magazines. 4 to-wl- 82 east 84 poles to a stone; thenco north 49 poles to a stone; south 27 poles to a stono; thence poles to an north 71 east 125 elm and sassafras, thenco north poles to a chestnut and stono 76 In E. F. Llles' line; thenco eaBt with his lino to two white oaks, E. F. Llles' S. E. cornor; thence south 60 east 138 poles to a hickory, Ashley's corner; thence south 7 poles Xo a stone, T. C. Wilson's corner; tbenco with bis line west 154 poles to n chestnut; thenco south 13 east 78 poles to a stone In F. M. Crowdcr's line; thence west 20 poles to a stone, F. Al. Crow-dor- 's N. W. corner; thenco south poles to a poplar; thence north 38 west 127 poles with F. M. 81 Crowdcr's line to a hickory; thenco north 24 poles, to tho beginning, containing 223 acres, excepting therefrom the family graveyard thereon of an acre. Tho purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved security immediately after sale, and a Hen will be retained on said land as further security. This 17th day of July, 1916. OTTO C. MARTIN, 3t3 Master Commissioner. Ernest Woodward, Heavrln & Kirk, Attorneys. south HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE After Fow Tears of Discoaragug CoaditioM, Mrs. Bullock Up Gxn had gotten so weak 1 could not i and I gave up In despair. I k Despair. Hatband At last, my husband got me a bottle Cordul, the woman's tonic, and I taking it- ef ccd ceet-men- Came to Rescue. dose, can - From the very Brst I could tell it was helping me. I now walk two miles without H Catron, Ky.rn an Interesting letter tiring me, and am doing all Ay work." If you are all run down from womaff from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock writes as follows : "1 suffered for four troubles, don't give up in despair. Try years, with womanly troubles, and during Cardui, the woman's ionic. It has hefpe this time, I could only sit up for a little more than a million women, la Its 59 while, and could not walk anywhere at years of continuous success, and shoult s eYOUTIf S COMPANION Better Than Ever in 1915 . I'lno-Tar-Hon- MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Ohio Circuit Court. H. A. Mldklff. Admr., Plaintiff, vs. Notice. Flora Ralph, et al., Defendants. By vlrtuo of a Judgment and order of sale of tho Ohio Circuit Court entered at Its July term, 1916, In the abovo cause for the purpose ot paying a Hen debt of $132.00 with Interest thereon at the rate ot 6 per nnnf nAr nnniim frnm Dec. 31. 1914. until paid, credited by $10.56, January 3, 1916, against the estate of W. H. "Ward, deceased, and owing to C. M. Farmer, and a division of the proceeds among tho heir of said estate as their Interests may appear, nnd all cost heroin, I will offer for sale at public auction to the highest and best bidder, at the court house door In Hartford, Ky., on Monday, August 7, 1916, at about the hour of ono o'clock p. m., upon a credit of 6 and 12 months, tho following described property, A tract of land In Ohio County, Kentucky, and bounded as follows: Oeglnulng on the lino of Wm. May's 5,000 aero survoy at two beeches and two elms; thenco south SO west 58 poles to two beeches on the line of Jas. Harder's 8,000 acre survey; thence with Harder's lino north 11 west 17 poles to a white oak, maplo and black gum; thence south 80, west 81 poles and 15 links to a stone; thence north 6 east 96 poles to a stone In center of big road leading from Beech Valley to thenco south 81 east 18 poles to a stone; thenco south 84 east 80 poles and 15 links to two hickories nnd ono small beech; thenco S east 84 poles to tho beginning, containing 75 acres, less ten acres convoyed to M. E. Gilliam on tho west side ot place, residue containing 65 acres, moro or less. Being same laud convoyed to W. H. Ward, on June 12, 1915, deed recorded in deed book 49, pago 334, Ohio County Court Clerk's office. Tho purchaser will bo required to oxecuto bond with approved security Immediately after salo, and a Hen will be retained aa additional security. This July 17, 1916. OTTO 0. MARTIN, Master Commissioner. 3t3 Hoavrln & Kirk, Attorneys. to-w- lt: n; SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN AND YOUTH'S COMPANION, ONE YEAR FOR ONLY $2.75. BOTH OUR CLUBBING RATES. $1.3b The Republican and Louisville Herald 1.76 The Reptblican and St. Louis 1.50 The Republican and Home and Farm Inquirer 1.75 The Republican and 3.50 The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.50 The republican ana u&uy u wens Doro inquirer k O'boro Messenger 1.75 The Republican and 1.75 The Republican and Kentucky Farmer The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 1.50 The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Faimer $1.50 Globe-Democrat ro Plne-Tar-Hon- -- '. to-w- lt: Twice-a-Wee- Address all orders to a, THE REPUBLICAN. I NEW NOT THE SEWING USELIV-VER-LA- X MACrJHNE OF QUALtTY. For Lazy Liver and the Troubles ot Constipation. Feol.rlfrht nil tho tlmo. Don't lay off from work for days by taking calomel kcepa yo when pleasant Lio- - Var-La- x on your feet, whllo rcliovingyour trout), le. Safer too, nnd easy to take. Don't tako anything else. You can't afford ays. it Eliminates poisons, cleansesA nat tera and relieves constipation. ural remedy, natural in its actions, aura in its effect and certain in results. It will won't bo long beforo Uv- - Ver-La- x completely displaco calomel in everj home.i Children can tako it freely an with perfect safety. Every bottlo guar, anteed. 50c and l in Mttles Hon genuino without the likeness and signature, of L. K. Grigsby. For sale by J. H. WILLIAMS, - Hartford. Ky Por Mhts U tke batch Ms)' AaUl.faU MML' SOLD UNDER ANY OTHER NAME. HOME Quality Considered it is tho Cheapest in the end - to-w- lt: .- The readeu of this paper will be pleated to learn .that there Is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure In all Us stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure la the only positive cure now known to the medical Fraternity. Catarrh belntr a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, acting-- directly upon the blood and mucoua surfaces o( the system, thereby destroying; the foundation of the disease, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature In doing Its work. The proprietors have so much faith In its curative powers that they QfTer One Hundred Dollars for any case that It falls to cure. Send for list ot testimonials. Atareu: r, i. cmjsmwi v.w., veioau, v. $100 Reward, $100 WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. If you purchase tho NliW HOME you will have a Ufa asset at Uie price you pay, and will not have an endless chain of repairs. to buy. &V!,DUr ear latest catalogue before you purcnae. If you want a ewlD(tuaculu, write for, Is. St H t OUR BIG SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE Will Continue Two More Weeks. I Our sale has been one of the most successful in the history of this growing house, and proves clearly that the i&eople know where the real bargains are to be found. There are yet many short lots in all departments that will he closed regardless of cost. Remember, when you buy goods now, even at old prices, you are saving 20 to 25 will be sold higher when fall stocks arrive. BUY NOW. If you haven't Toer cent as all goods have advanced and the money it will pay you to BORROW IT AND COME. When you come don't make a mistake. Ask anybody here where the Bargain House is and they will all dissect you to our store. Get your share before they are gone. fltt J. T. VINSON & SON,' BEAVER DAM, KY. and singing 'The mm fU-M- issues lEUJIW BOOK" 25,000 EASTER. to the cattle trucks they kept crying: 'Vive la Franco' Marsellaise.' " GROWERS ATTEND TOBACCO MEETING ' TWO COUPLES WEI) AT COURT HOUSE iFserowrEn iy PERSONS WERE Germans EAJBLiES TORN ASUNDER 1HnM, IncludbiR Girls and Cliil- .ttasu 3n Three Towns Given '.Shortr.Wotlco. BajJa, MiR. 2 -- (noon). Poignant f ttio deportation at au hour sneSwSiars notice of 25,000 citizens ttTiira ne French towns of Lille, by the Administrator's Notice. IltiubaSx and'Tourcolng All persons having claims against "Ust Easter are given in a yxfllow book released for the estate of George W. Maddox. Vinxb-- i deceased, must present same to me TUx. Grrrmzn orders were for the at my home near Washington church, Yn?? 1 iMjrtain districts of these Hartford, Route 5, Ohio county, Ky., Kmiu-- . to assemble In readiness for or to Attorneys Woodward & Kirk, tfrjcur&rre at the front doors, which Hartford. Ky.. for payment, proper wviv la T left open, and none was ly verified as required by law, with IS feswe tho .house before 8 o'clock in GO days from this date, or be for".all ever thereafter barred. sk m. The wdcrs stated 'that Given under my hand this August "HI lie useless and anyone XfrnffssSx .1tjpk S evade deportation will be 4th. 191G. G. E. SMITH. Adnir. 5t3 Ipt&sui? jjunlsncd." chos.-v- b "XVi.i victims in all cases were sacfrHMxlly ly tho officer Jn charge per-sc- a. IN COUNTY COURT of tx- - porting party. Each sdngled out Tor deportation wa3 aUwwJ .faty pounds of baggage, 100 YEARS AGO wVsiw iV. was irwxnumonded should aiaiisl of utensils for eating and rtxtefeter. at blanket, good shoes and BY FREEDOM pervaiDs.1 linen. If anyone exceeded NEGRO GIVEN DEED RECORDED 8EI- his or her whole baggage rtris wfcUt bun-iflp- -. TE.AnJER, 1807. vnx to be thrown aside. Each was to lo made up separately for tag ni person and supplied with a name and num-Vnattires' Charles Barton, a negro man camo 'oientUy card. When at their persons Into court and represented that ho tho deported had been manumated (should have vntrn allowed to wrllo to their rela- been manumitted) by his lato master tives since n month. The yellow John Adair by deed dated 16th bucHc continues: July, 1S0C. which deed was ordered IMhtrosw Caused. August term. 180C. and -'caused the greatest to recordi.n.l Kn onKlnntQil tn uita. WGGK. T4 srn'Asure jv. , ..0 lliui t.n imu U pop ii. n,i will n..w-- nnii desnalr among tlio "" " "' said deed not having notified districts, while nlcion from person; next Satur ulated of tho or- bo held at Sacramento Therefore Many described his 2 o'clock, at which in. zaKf cases it led to madness. It bo certified and record- day afternoon at so 111 they had to take dered that U.itft iwcamo Is of tlmo Messrs. Sam II. Ewlng and ed that the said Charles Barton complexion, five feet eight Ben J. Head will deliver addresses. especially suffered tor-ti- u yellowish Varcnts inches high, about and NOTICE. X weeing Uiolr wives, daughters thirty-fou- r years of age, without Tho Fiscal Court of Ohio county saui chtldrcn of both sexes over the marks or remarkable scar, duo proof n away or packed will receive scaled bids for ono mo? nS H years led having been made. Road Roller and one road euro promiscuously with" into tre't On motion of Nathaniel Bell or- Sprinkler, at County Court Clerk's racterr. of all sorts, male and Ka dered that his stock mark which Is a offlco In court houso, Hartford, Ky., bo lViuaJte. not knowing what was to crop off tho right oar and a swallow until 10 o'clock a. m., August 9, destination or fate. Tho Mur night fork in tho left bo recorded. 101G. A certified check for $150 wha ittuowed night after Ordered that court adjourn until must accompany each bid. the ten days of Eastor. oth-v- court In course. ftiisrw Signed: r This llth day of July, 19 1G. "Ti pretests of Mayors and SAMUEL McGUADV. A Bishop T. II. BENTON, wffidfcls went unheeded. ir County Road Engineer. personally was told 3J3 nttn intervened CROWD ATTENDS 'Vou lllimop. BUUt up LARGE SINGING CONVENTION Sound. .' tlio deporta-ue- a What wo call sound has two mean"At 1lio beginnlnK of aristocracy Ono of tlio largest crowds that over ings; subjectively, it is the sonao imtame gills of tho attended a singing convention In Ohio pression on the organ of hearing, ob wore soon htrm soisud. but they county was present at Sulphur Jectlvely, It means tho vibratory mo. aa wcro also daughters of wagons, tlou of the air which produces the were German Springs Sunday. Buggies, tfctun in Ibo houses busses and automobiles wore kept sensation. Tlio fall of a tree or the iiffirare wore billeted. Ohio explosion of a gun starts successive -- At Itottlwlx Uih Prussian guard busy transporting people to the county resort. Ten classes and four waves of air vibrations, but It they raids do not reach some ear, human or anin&aid to riarllclpato bo In tho by tho quartets took part In tho singing. dono mal, tho subjective sensation Is not ;uuC tke vurti bad to No prizes wore given and no Judges Regiment from Verdun. experienced. The physical conditions ato-Tanruudlenco holng left to of sound are there, but uo brain to Inselected, tho dopor-KUSn- o SUm aartillnrs engaged In tho Itsolf which class had tlio terpret it. wcro even soon to shed tears. decldo for ' best trained voices. DLspbiy Pluck. 0!rln young 4 NEGRO BOYS DROWN A largo proportion of tho IN GREEN RIVER belonged to the seAdministrator's Notice. iwssxura lakpn All persons having claims against several of whom volun-ttra&- d rvant class, John Johnson, 12 years old, and to go In tho places of their tlio estate of L. D. Taylor, doceased, are notified to present same to Andrew Tunstlll,. S, both, negroes, daughters. On the ewfracne many young women of the me properly proven, for payment, were .drpwnejnOreen' River,-, flvoaccompany my homo on T7nntA'.iiA above Rockport Monday afterfer .daises wauted to families. within 60 days, at noou. The two had crossed the riv3, Beaver Dam, Ohio countv.-K- y. Irls of their er in a small boat and after tho This July 29th, 191C. deported were convoyed Bia-ai those In- - Ct3p Johnson boy had jumped out on tho F. L. TAYLOR, Admr. railway station and loaded Ger-thises , ar Mr. W. H. Murphy and Mrs. Corda Feiix, both, of Olaton, this county, camo to Hartford yesterday, procured the necessary marriage licenses and were Joined in wedlock by Rev. B. W. Napier, at the offlce of County Court Clerk, Blankensuip. Mr. Harrison Cook, of Bannock, Ky., and Miss Bertha Payton, compos ed the other happy pair to obtain marriage authority and they were niado one, by County Judge John B. Wilson at his offlce. The Republican with other friends Joins In the wish for a happy and prosperous future for each of the contracting victims of Master Cupid. DELEGATES FROM OIIIO.McIjEA.V, DAVIESS AND HANCOCK IMS. CUSS POOL. Owensboro, Ky., Aug. 1. An en- thusiastic meeting of the delegates to the district convention of the Tobacco asFarmers' at the sociation was held here court house. Over 100 delegates to-da- y rt ! from Daviess, McLean, Ohio and Hancock counties were present. From all Indications unity of purpose and harmony prevailed among the farmers of the district. The district convention held Tuesday was the first regular meeting to be held under the constitution of the It was called to new organization. order promptly at 10:30 o'clock with President R. H. Ford In the President Ford, after a chair. short address, gave an opportunity for any suggestions or resolutions that would tend toward the spirit of the meeting. President Ford requested a report from tho directors in regard to the progress of pooling. Ofrio County Reports. Having heard tho reports from Daviess county Mr. Ttchenor, of Ohio county, addressed the meeting. He reported that at a meeting held In Hartford a vote wa3 put to tho house as to whether or not they were willing to cooperate with the Association. Cooperative Tobacco Tho vote was unanimous In favor of was that Ohio It. His opinion county would line up aim neip maxe the movement a successful one. of Narrows, Mr. Westerfield, Ohio county, was then called upon for a report. He stated that they had about 200,000 pounds signed and that the plan was meeting with signal success wherever presented. He also reported that there would be a special effort made within the " "" '" ",a ' ua additional 300,000 pounds at least would be signed by the last of the EVERYBODY COME! in EVERY man, woman and childour this community plan now to attend Welfare Chautauqua, the dates for which arc announced below. There will be entertainment, instructions and inspiration for all. Some of the leading attractions are as follows: Two popular lectures by Charles F. Stalker, a Chautauqua lecturer of many years experience; two lectures, one illustrated with stereop-tico- n views by Lieutenant Donald McGibney, on his experiences in the French trenches; two lectures by Dr. William II. Kent, on "Building Up the Homo Town"; two entertainments by Irwin "Prince of Magic"; and two musical concerts each by Minetti, the Italian the Capital City Concert Company; and The Dickson's, a quartetto composed of ir mother and her three musical sons. The program is a lively and entertaining ono throughout, and offers a rare treat to the people of this community. it; BUY A SEASON TICKET AND SAVE MONEY Hartford, August 7, 8 and 9. bank, Tunstlll fell Into the water trying to follow. Johnson was drowned trying to save his. companion. Gen. Letchltzky, whoso operations wcro suspended by the Dnlestor floods. Is moving again aud working Winning the Multitude's Ear. Monday. toward Stnnlslau, another Important Does not experience prove that InWestern Front. Further advices railway center. fluence over men's minds Is gained by the British are reported In tho laonly by offering them the difficult, test dispatches from Gen. Hals, In nay, the Impossible, to perform 01 Wdlnendoy. A command on tho French front. Offer only things that are balieveT Eastern Front. It Is reported that engagement was fought on the reasonable and all the world will an- heavy tho- - Russians havo virtually Isolated swer, "Wo knew as much as that." sector between Delvllle wood and the the Austrlans from tho German arBut enjoin things that are bard. Im- Soramo. with the result that tho mies ou tho Russian front by drivpracticable; paint Um Deity as evei British moved their line forward ' ing a wedgo into the Austro-Germa- n armed with thunder; make blood run east of, Waterlet farm and Trones positions along tho front of before altars, and you will win the wood. German attacks launched Critics say that multitude's ear and everybody will against tho French redoubt In tho ratho Llpa and Dnlestor rivers arc say of you: "He must be right or he vine south ot'Fleury, threo mllos doomed. would not uo boldly proclaim thlnga northeast of Verdun, wero repulsso marvelous." Exchange. ed. Western Front. The French havo How Ugly Faces Can Be Cured. Eastern Front. In the region of sustained tho brunt of tho German Tbe discovery that changes n the counter-attack- s launchod against poadult's face depend cbletly on alter- Kovel and Brody, In Volhynla, and ations in the amount of fat below tho also In the region to tho south of sitions captured In tho Soirtme reskin has led to a now way of correct- the Dntoster River, In Galicla tho gion. Tho Germans claim to havo Fat, trans- Russians continue to advauco, and drlvmi back tho British, who had pening ugly facial defects. planted from other parta of the body, aro pushing back tho Austro-Ger-maietrated ou a narrow front territory Is used to fill In unsightly depressions says a Russian official state- west of the Foureaux wood and to due to the removal of tumors or tho thp Turks have repulsed successfully, an eightresections or scars. In tho Bamo Way ment. In tho Caucasus fold French attack In tho neighbordeformities, such as receding chin and took the offensive twice, but worn hood of Maurepas. repulsed each tlmo. According to irregular Jaw bones, can bo corrected. a Berlin statement tho attacks of tliu Thursday. Russians In tho region of Kovel.whlch Use of Dominoes. The fighting In War Situation. In tho three great d game In resulted in Ofttlmes a person has a contors of rocent activity Franco, the house which requires a dial to sorao places broko down. Russia and Galicla there has boon spiu, to count by, the dial gets broken a marked cossatlon of violent fightand tho game Is discarded. Uso a Tuesday. But of dominoes, place them face Western Front. Tho British and ing, Indicating preparations for furdown, Hhulfle around well and pick French Htartod a fresh combined at- ther attacks. North of Verdun tlio ono at a tlmo; when all are used up sovoral trenches tack ou Sunday from Delvlllo wood French capturod shuflle around again till tho game Is Pctrograd mado dogged pro- with GOO prisoners. finished; you'll find It moro fun be- to the Sommo and tho repulse of artillery and ingress, which brought them near vtho cause there aro 'argor numbers to go vlllago of Mauropas. Tho misty fantry attacks on tho Stokhod and by. iiMniliim urliloh linn Mmlftmtl tho on- - Turia River fronts, and expresses tho 'eratlons, has given place to clear boltef that Kovel and Lemberg wilt A DELIGHTFUL ROMANCE Tho Ger- be occupied and tho Austro-Gorman- a IN CHRISTIAN COUNTY Bkles, with intense heat. dotormln-e- d driven hoyond tlio Bug River. malting tho most mans aro counter attackB and officially Ky Aug. 1. An Hopklnsvllle, Allies havo For Sale. ofilco claim that tho Entento need woman walked Into the A 100 acre farm 4 mllos east of not calned a foot of ground by Sun- of tho county clerk yesterday load ' Hartford, on tho border of the oil ing a blind man. "Wo want to got day's attacks. fields. Good dwelling, barn and othClerk married," she announced. Young Eastern Front. The Russians aro er necessary outbuildings. Harris asked a tew questions and 'continuing their success and,- not- -' orchard, strawberry bed and other discovered that tho couplo were strongest German pleasing features. If bonds carry inmates of the county poorbouso and withstanding tho over closer inter-count- y seat piko will bo near. that tho 'woman had a living hus- 'resistance, are pressing was refused to Kovel. According to last night's See, or wrlto Tlnsloy & Raruott, So the license band. across tho Hartford, Ky., for further j and hand. In hand the couple walked unofficial uowb, they are Stokhod over the whole stretch be county farm. back to the , is hand-to-hanro-po- LATEST WAR NEWS tween tho Kovol-Sarn- y and Kovel-Rojitsc- ho railroads. "i'. "-- one-quart- er 10-to- oi ar inra-fluiiLTa- ro-Ti- ra th ad -- t,9 Ac ike I