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CLOUDBURST DOES HUuctfoxb DEVOTED TO fkpoblkim Subscription $1 per Year No. 6 MINERS VOTE TO GO BACK TO WORK JOY REIGNS IN HOMES OF MINERS OF THE WESTERN KENTUCKY DISTRICT. would be reported and acted upon by the two Governments separately. Tho conclusions of the commission will be In no way binding upon either Government until both have ratified and suggested plan. PHYSICAL EXAMINATION OF GUARDSMEN STARTED TIE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 1916. ersldo cemetery. Tho Rev. C. M. Thompson, pastor of tho church, will conduct the services. Judgo Hanberry's death, while ijot unexpected, has saddened this entire community in which he was such an Important personage. Ho was forty-nln- o yoars of age and was born and reared hero. After being admitted to the bar and practicing law for a few years, ho served as City Attorney and then Police Judgo. Last year ho was elected for the second time as Judge of the Third Judicial district. As n Judgo he had a splendid record, many of tho cases tried before hint being of 'unusual Import. Ho was also in demand as special Judgo. He was forced to quit tho bench about four months ago on account of tho Increasing gravity of j his Ho was a devoted condition. esI member of tho Baptist church and pecially Interested In Sunday School i work. estab-tubtlsh- A TERRIBLE TWO - YEAR - OLD. TERRIBLE DAMAGE Iftd LIVES BELIEVED LOST AND PROPERTY DESTROYED IN WEST VIHOINIA. GOVERNOR RUSHES AID MKvlal Train Hcnl To Srcno of Monster to Rclleto Situation Communication Cut. Charleston, W. Va., Aug. 9. A cloudburst swept tho Cabin Crcok spreadand Coal River valloys ing devastation throughout tho diswere meager, trict. Advices owing to Interrupted wire and rail communication, but various reports estimated tho loss of llfo at from to 1G0 persons. Tho property damage was placed at not less than J 1,000,000. Two companies of tho Second Regiment, West Virginia National Guard, encamped at Kanaworha City, near here, were flood zono with, tents dered to the and supplies b Gov. H. D. Hatfield. Relief trains are being made up hero and will depart within a few hours. Local officials of the Virginian Power Company asserted the loss of llfo would reach 150. Eletcn Bodies Recovered. Eleven bodies have so far been recovered, three at Cabin Creek Junction and eight at Dry Branch. Scores of houses have been swept down the two streams, which, swollen by tlio heavy rains, overflowed their banks, carrying everything before them. More than thirty houses were counted passing one point In Cabin Many of the houses Creek Chcsa-peak- o chashed Into tho piers of tho Ohloraflroad bridge, which & had been earlier washed out.and wero y a boy wns Lato demolished. seen on top of ono of tho houses. An oftort to rcscuo him failed and ho disappeared In the wator. A largo bridge on tho lino of tho Charleston Intorurban Railroad Company was washed avsny near Cabin Creek Junct tion, Trains Marooned. Tho damage to railroads, coal, oil and gas properties throughout tho district Is especially heavy. Practically every coal operation as well as tho plant and lines of the Virginian Power Company are Idlo. Two trains, ono of which Is a Sunday School excursion train car4 rying 300 persons aro marooned near St. Albans and efforts to reach them have failed. Gov. Hatfield hurriedly returned from Huntington, where he gone to attend tho Republican had and will State convention chnrgo of the relief work. tuko Indescrlbablo conditions exist on Cabin Creek, at the mouth of which forty or fifty ruined houses havo been dabbed to pieces. Looting had begun among tho ruins early In the Special agents of tho evening. Chesapeake & Ohio Railroad woro endeavoring to handlo tho situation, which was constantly becoming moro dltllcult. to-da-to-da- y. to-daht i HERT IS PLACED IN CHARGE AT CHICAGO KENTUCKY REPUBLICANS GET SPLENDID RECOGNITION IN APPOINTMENT. pas-seng- er Chicago. Aug. 8. A. T. Hert.Ken-tucky'- B member of tho Republican National Committee, will be manager of tho Western branch of the Hughes campaign with headuarters In Chicago, it was announced last night by National Chairman William R. Wlllcox, after he had consulted party leaders of tho Central States. I making the appointment Chairman Wlllcox gave out a statement which said in part: "Mr. Hert will havo associated with him at headqua'rtors other members, of tho committee. "Mr. Frank II. Hitchcock has been named In connection prominently with this work, but some days ago he Informed me thnt he was not only not a candidate, but could not under any circumstances give the time necessary for tho work at the WestMr. Hitchcock, ern headquarters. howotcr, hus assured mo of his willingness and deslro to assist in every possible way In tho work of the campaign. "We recognize the fact that tho work to bo dono here Is of a very Important nature and accordingly the organization at these headquarters will be perfected at once and the campaign vigorously pushed." ALL STRIKES ON SURFACE LINES OK NEW YORK END New York, Aug. 8. All strikes on the surface lines of Greater New when York were ended of the New York and Queens County railway, tho Richmond Light & Railway Company, operating cars on Staten Island, and tho Second Avenue Railroad Company In Now York agreed to accept tho same terms of settlement ratified yesterday by tho Now York Railways Company and tho Third Avenuo Railway Company. Mayor Mitchol and tho Public Service brought about the Commissioners ht om-clals r agreement. X In Now York City it was said virtually normal Eervlco was establishOncwboro Hoy GUcn a Medal. ed during the day on the lines of Owonsboro, Ky., Aug. 8. Henry tho Now York Railways Company Sparks, the Owonsboro boy, who Third Avenuo Railway Com0 and the a medal and a chock for pany. from tho Carnegie Hero Com-- mission for his heroism In risking NO DUEL; NEWSPAPER .MEN Kills Glpo, his llfo to save tho llfo of SUBMIT TO ARBITRATION who was suffocating In a gasollno who has tank, April 2, 1914, and Blrmlngham, Ala., Aug. 7. Memgono Into tho flour milling business bers of tho Birmingham Rotary Club In Roundup, Mont., with the thouhavo persuaded E. W. Barrett, edisand dollars, Is In a good way to bo tor of tho and Victor H. further honored, aa tho Owensboro Hanson, publisher of the Nows, to porsons familiar with his act havo submit to arbitration personal differreceived Inquiries from tho Oeorgo ences which earlier had led to IssuC. McNeill medal committee of tho ance by tho Commlsloner of Publlo International Association of Casual- Safety of warrants for their arrest ty and Security Underwriters, which on the chargo that thoy Intended to association Is considering tho feat light n duel. with a view to rewarding the young rofused the Tho commissioner man further for his bravery. club's request to withdraw the warrants against Barrett and Hanson, JUDGE HANDERRY CLAIMED 11Y DEATH or others issued against officers of the charging criminal libel exKy., Aug. 7. The for the publication of telegrams Hopklnsvlllo. who changed between the rival editors. funeral of Judgo J. T. Hanberry. died last night after an illness of For Hale. bevernl months of a 'cancorous af51 acres ot farming land for sale. had permeated his enfection which L. C. DROWN, Apply to tire Bystetu. will be held tomorrow MoIImry, Ky. 4 o'clock at the Baptist aftornoon at Cora- Special Deputy Banking In Rlv- church and Interment will be $1.-00Ago-Heral- d, Ago-Hera- ld El Paso, Tex., Aug. 8. Tho phy sical examination of National Guard y troops encamped hero began by regular officers from the MediMEET AT CENTRAL CITY cal Corps under strict army stud-ard- , and Is causing considerable ap prehension among guard officers, InEighteen Voto to Continue Strike cluding several ot high rank. While Tncnt)-on- e Favor Plan of These troops wero rushed to tho Arbitration. border during the Mexican crisis Tho without proper examination. enlisted men who havo less to lose Central City, Ky., Aug. 9. PhonoIf rejected than the officers do not express tho same degree of uneasi- graphs aro playing and lights aro Eyesight burning brightly tonight In the hum-bl- o ness over tho outcome. homes of Western Kentucky tests seem to be particularly feared. miners, because the strike which has emptied larders and closed commissaries for the past four months BELGIAN SOLDIER has come to an end. Six thousand men will return to work.sobered by WANTS REPUBLICAN suffering, but proud that their union has been maintained. In a convention held at Centrat EDITOR RECEIVES CARD FROM City today duly accredited DeVlar in Philadelphia FUoord.; dele 'LONELY MAN WOUNDED IN ' gates from thirty-nin- e local unions THE TRENCHES. in District 23, United Mine Workers ot America, voted to end the strike. HASWELL TO RUN PROPOSAL The majority was 21 to 18. Tho The Republican has received the majority voted to return to work following communication written on on a warrant compromise proposition AGAINST FOR COMMISSION a Correspondance Mllltalre (French submitted by Western Kentucky The proposition Military Correspondence) card from coal operators. one who calls himself a "lonely grants the old wage scale and workwith certain excepHARDINSBURG MAN WINS RE- CARRANZA'S SOLUTION OF DIS- Belgian soldier" now In the military ing conditions, hospital In which he asks that we tions, which are to be arbitrated PUBLICAN NOMINATION FOR PUTES FORMALLY APPROVThe operators send him some copies of the paper within thirty days. CONGRESS. ED BY U. S. to read during his leisure hours. The will appoint two arbitrators and tho card is well written and Interesting. miners two. If these four men canAnyone who cares to do so may see not agree they will select a fifth WILL MAKE HARD FIGHT TO NAME ARBITRATORS the original by calling at tho .editor- man, whose decision will be final. ial rooms. Thinking that some of Tlte points to be arbitrated are tho our readers might like to send the price for a short wall machine and Nominee ProniLsea Thorough .Canvass Justice Uramlels And Secretary Lane soldier of America's little friend some the pay for dead work about tho The men agree to work as magazines or other reading matter mine. Id Effort To Bring Victory Will Be Two "or The Throe "M1 buddies in three roomr, selecting wo glvo the address below. Member. """" Belgian Hospital, July 8, 1916. their own partners. Tho operators' Hartford Republican, Hartford, Ky. agree not to crowd the mines M Reports from over the district Washington, Aug. 9. Formal an- Dear Sir Editor: Having learned orders to enlarge store business and your address through a friend ot rent receipts. verify the early news that John P. nouncement was made by ActBoth operators and miners aro mine I avail myself to request you Haswell, Jr., of Hardlnsburg, Is wining Secretary Polk of the acceptance herewith for a small favor. I am a relieved that the strike Is over, and Caney-vlll- e, ner over Tom Spurrier, of very some whistles are expected to sound his most formidable opponent, of Gen. Carranza's proposal for a lonely Belgian soldier, liking joint international commission to much the American newspapers and the glad tidings of work tomorrow for the Republican nomination for Congress, by about 737 votes. Mr. seek a solution ot border disputes and having resided a short time In the morning. Many fall orders havo been most to discuss other matters which may States. As a philologist (M. S. P.' received and the mines will run full Haswell is already planning tho world-wid- e press capacity for somo time. This will vigorous campaign ever waged In tbo help clarity relations between the I take interest In tho United States and Mexico. Only the comments and I should be very bring prosperity to a district which Fourth District and ho believes depression party's chances for victory hero this tlmo and place for tho conference obliged and grateful to you if I has suffered the pangs ot could obtain, either through the for soveral months. brightest in years. fall are tho remain to be decided. Fato has turned tho tables on tho kindness of somo of your readers or Ohio County Goes For Spurrier. Secretary Lane, ot the Interior DeSpurrier carried Ohio county partment, will head the American otherwise by jour administration, miners of Central y City, who havo Tom six-daruns, while race by 133 commission, supported by Associate somo copies of your valuable news- been enjoying In the Congressional my sparo their comrades In adjoining towns over Haswell. Eight hun- Justice Louis D. Brandels, of the Su- paper to persue these in plurality The Central votes were preme Court, and a third commis- time. Beg your apologies for my havo done notning. dred and eighty-thre- e cannot be-polled In the county, Haswell and sioner whose name will be announc- torchless writing and hope to receive City tipple is in ruins and your favorable nows, I remain dear rebuilt for sixty days. In the mean Spurrier gottlng practically all of the ed later. A telegram asking the sir, with warmest anticipated thanks time outside mines will be resumed ' voto cast. ' third man to serve was sent and enjoy full time. Mr. Johnson having no opposition by President Wilson and his name and highest regards. Yours respectfully, tho Democratic nomination, only will not be disclosed until his acceptfor M. LAPEAU, (M. S. P.) FORTY-SINAMES ADDED Republicans took part in the primary ance Is received. 35 Hospital Belgo, TO ICY. PENSION LIST; Saturday. Two or throe Democratic The Mexican commissioners were Avranches, (M.) election ofilcers asked to be rolleved named somo days ago, Luis Cabrera, France, Europe. Frankfort. Ky.. Aug. 9. Forty- from serving, saying that they didn't Minister ot Finance In the Carranza six names havo been added to tho care to take part In tho other fellow's Government, heading the delegation. PRESIDENT'S DAUGHTER fight. finnfederate pension list by Captain AND ACTRESS INJURED This made necessary the appointment lIuHwell Well Known. W. J. Stone, commissioner of pen 'of a member of President Wilson's Nearly all of the rorty-si- x sions. Mr. Haswell Is well known In tho cabinet In the American membership, Croton, N. Y., Aug. 8. Miss Mar- aro widows ot soldiers who havo Fourth District. Ho has taken an j announcement followed a garet Wilson, eldest daughter of tho pension law was enactactive part In politics for many years, (Mrs. dlod since the a good mix- brief conference between Mr. Polk President, and Blanche Bates Is a forceful speaker and ed. Ellsoo ArredondO, Carranza's George Creel), the actress, were er. His ability as an attorney Is and There are now 2,910 names on tho Designate. Final as-- 1 thrown from a carrlago In a run-nwand Ambassador pension list. Thero havo been 3,582 recognized all over tho State Sunday and were accident surance was given by Mr. Arredondo pensions granted undor tho pension soveral times ho has been called upJudgo In va- that Gen. Carranza was In comploto bruised severely, It was learneda law, but a number of the pensioners on to servo as Circuit accord with suggestions of tho Wash- yesterday. Tho horse bolted when have died. rious counties. In that capacity ho dlscus-- I shaft broke. Miss Wilson had recases In a manner ington Government thnt tho l has tried Important reof tho commissioners bo given covered sufficiently Monday to that brought forth favorable com slou Auto Calls For Help. The turn to Washington. tho broadest posslblo scopo. ment. Tho recent starting of anautomo-hll- e t Ambassador said that his Governat an exhibition ot motor cars ment regarded Its recent noto as a GIRL, 1 , REFUSES AND OHIO COUNTY BOARD OF MAN, 0, KILLS BOTH by wireless suggested to an Inventor acceptance of SecEDUCATION MEETS full answer and a now application of tho wireless retary Polk's suggestions that the Tho Instrument Include? I Selraa, Ala.. Aug 8. Because a principle. scopo bo broadened. Tho Ohio County Board ot Educa Patrick, CO the Installation oi a wireless sending girl, Lelta As it begins Its task tho commlsHon with Supt. Shults, J. M. Hoover, apparatus, with a radius of only a few slon will bo required first to reach ' years old, shot and killed both tho T. J. Brooks, J. L. Carter, H. O. near hundred yards, and a small receiving on tho specific point j girl and himself at her home Autry, E. G. Austin and A. B. Tlche-no- r somo conclusion Instrument, such as are used now outlined by Gen. Carranza In his orlg- - Lamlson, Ala., according to advices Suprosent, mot at tho ofllco of a without the need ot aerial wires. Within Tho first subject reaching hero perintendent Shults on last Monday lnal proposal. this" view would be, few hours his body had beon burled When tho owner of tho car leaves It treated under for the transaction of miscellaneous for a tlmo ho switches of American troops in a rough pine box by Infuriated unprotected away. business Among other things dono tho withdrawal Davis was a dentist and on tho "wireless" and walks by no-- neighbors. from Mexico, to be followed tho Board made and closed contracts a wife and And Interference with the Ignition reported to havo gotlatlon of a protocol covering with tho Boards ot Education ot system at onco "wirelessed" to tho along the children in Birmingham, Fordsvlllo turo military operations Hartford, Beaver Dam, sent to luvcstl-closel- y owner, who carries tho recolviug inborder. Since theso two points aro! A deputy shorlft and Whltesvllle, Daviess county, for strument In his pocket. Tho buzlntorwoven it Is believed the gate reported that Davis had scurschools the entrance In each of said - ten a letter to tho girl's father, W. zing of his receiver sends him will couple thorn togethtell-hof Ohio County High School students. to his car. Popular Science rying er In whatever recommendation It T. Patrick, a prosperous farmer, lug of hla Infatuation, but tho par- - Monthly. to make. WANTED. . Rtnta Dnnartment officials said It ents objected to his attentions oil Mixed Rags, $1.00 per 100 lbs.; Loans wanted In Muhlenberg, Mcdifference In ages. Ho ot the Mixed Iron, 20c per 100 lbs.; Mixed was not necessary for all matters to- account a sho- Lean, Daviess, Webster, Butler and Copper, be worked out before recommenda- went to the Patrick home with first-claPaper, 20c per 100 lbs. real gun and was met at the door by the Ohio counties on good ratlfl-- ! Brass, Zlno and Rubber at market tting could be submitted for ran estate for 5 yean. catiou. On the other hand it was re- - girl. He shot her twlcq, theu price, Cora at 8 Co bushel. W. H. PARKS, gardod as possible' that each agree- - a few hundred feet and killed him D. LD. SANDEFUR, Hartford, Ky. ; l jfr' 50tt , by the commission self. mont reached Beaver Dam, Ky, 3t3 A6CEPT ' ' JOHNSON to-d- ay ' to-d- -- X . To-day- 's I - fu-jw- as as ss vV Plnn of Organization. In caso of default by reOF 'WE The temporary management of tho calling tho loan In wholo or In part banks will bo In charge of fivo dior taking other necessary action. ALL' AND 'VOU ALL' The interest rato will be fixed at rectors appointed by tho farm loan moro than 1 per ceut above tho board, but when the subscription? OPERATES not HOW Interest of tho latest bond Issuo of reach $100,000 tho farm loan board tho banks. Thus, If the latest bond wilt name three directors from tho COLLOQUIALISM DECLAKKn TO Issuo Is 4 por cent, the interest rate district and tho loan associations BK COKUECT WHEN IT IS For Infanta and Children. ASSOCIATIONS OK 20 OR MOItK must be 5 per cent. Out of this mar- shall name six directors who must puopeklV USEIJ. UK OIU3ANIZKI) TO HOIt- money tho bank bo stockholders in an association. MUST gin and nny other ItOT $20,000. can earn on its capital it must pay One of the thrco Federal appointees nil expenses and can use the surplus will be designated by the farm loan Tho Southern Woman's magazine At least one of board as chairman. for dividends. for July says: Only such fees as are specified In tho three Federal directors must bo "Criticisms are easy enough to TO ORGANIZE 12 BANKS engaged In farmiMIfOS Z'vmf' tho net may be charged, and they can a practical farmer mako, but not all of them aro as easy j" .r- i' ' MHH ing nt the time of his appointment. ' bo made a part of the loan. answer as tho ono recently receivto i Each loan association must mave VclableftcponuoafaAJ-cimiinlindilieroodnainuled by the Southern Woman's MagaWhen n bank has loaned $50,000 JIuit Subcrllw for Stock In tho llank a board of directors, who must scrvj zine, taking Helen Topping Miller it may Issuo bonds to that extent, without pay, and n secretary-treasure- r, To Estont of I''Ivo Tor Cent of tmdfk SlouuvteaadRwtE-gtd task for letting old Aunt Tllle, of based on the mortgages it holds. It Ixirii. who may receive a salary. There process may bo repeated until tho prlzo story, 'Look Away,' uso This shall also be an appraisal commit- the expression 'we-all- .' Tho critic each bank has Issued bonds to tho V r..V"i!....rfiwWni- ' darky twenty times Its paid in tee. contends that no Southern extent of Ijnml Hunks. FedS Joint Stock The principal features of the or "you-all.- " uses 'we-al- l' This mill make nvallablo capital. eral Farm Land Act, or "Rural Credin auuilion IO ino system Ul IWCIVO ion aaa Ann t l.A nvniifr mnrA fa "In answer to this Mrs. Miller has its Law," now operative, provides for needed, tho several banks aro at lib- - Federal land banks and tho national written a convincing letter. Not NAitcoTic. Sho two systems; ono operating through erty to Increase their capltnl stock, ' farm loan associations of borrowers, says: I nnamltt.GM' regional land hanks and the other op" 'I havo n dear old block mammy are to bo Issued in denomi- - the net permits tho establishment of erating through Joint stock hank. Tho bonds follows: $20, $50, $100, Joint-stoc- k jtxtrib&itS- banks and author-$50- 0 who boasts that sho was raised In the land as Jloth systems will ho under the super- nations carry on tho business blackest patch In Alabama, and she and $1,000. They will bo ex- - izes them to vision of tho Federal Farm Loan empt from federal, State, municipal! of lending directly to borrowers on is my authority for tho expression WJW.IWV Hoard of tho Treasury Department Issuing 'we-all- .' Indeed, her conversation local taxation and will be legal farm mortgago security and KOrgnanrnr composed of tho Secretary of tha and bonds. These banks must chiefly consists of expressions like for fiduciary and trust j farm loan members appoint- investments capital Treasury and four ain't got no Ice.' stock of the fed- -. have a capital of not less than $250.- - 'Miss Helen, we-n- ll funds. The ! ed by the President. supervls - . .W(Min bottcr gt Bome nl0. coffeo.' oral land banks will also be exempt 000. They are under tho The Federal land bank system proI n0niOSSOFStBEl'- lon 0I tno eueral ,arm ,oan DOtml' Sho pronounces it like ono word' from taxation. i I " vides for Federal land banks which but the eovcrniuont does not ipthi with a native accent on tho 'all. jacSlmflc Sonatas' How ft Iionn Works Out. make loans for tho flrst twelve shall them any financial assistance, Clunn tninltrlntv tlila nr tnluni T lift VO months exclusively through local naIts Interest rate is limited identl .i,rn Tho table given below Illustrates .hnr .inrkina nan tii tional farm loan associations com- how a loan of $1,000 bearing Inter- cally with that of the land bank, and . gamo expresgjon. As for 'you-all- ,' These associa- est at 5 per cent would be retired in It can issue bonds to the extent of on- posed of borrowers. Tri-,,t gecms t0 mc tuat all daricloa use u grri capital. I have heard hundreds. I know. I tions must be shareholders In tha twenty years by an annual payment Iv fifteen times its naid-u- n I banks and the borrowers must bo of $80.24. A study of the columns Tho bonds aro exempted from taxa- - cannot Imagine In what part of tho shareholders in tho associations, and shows how from year to year tho in- - ( tion, but their capital Is not. South these critics have been llv- Tho will thus sharo In tho profits. tcrest is reduced, and the proportion ( Ample provision for frequent ex- - ing.' " money for tho loans Is to como from of the payment which goes to dls- - amlnations of the affairs of the banks i And the Newport News (Va.) . ....... -- .... ......... the capital of the banks and from cuarge .1 iiriuuipui .l..JIIlMii.AnH. - uuu n..n.lnllnnB to m!)tn fl tlfl ll M W Times-Heral- d Exact Copy of Wrapper. IW YO" CITT. sie.iuiiy uiticuo- n.l uiiuunkiuna me f f adds: TMI OINTAUH OOMNNV, bonds Issued by them based pn farm es. The final payment cancels tho penalties for violations of the law was the usual "Quito so. 'We-al- l' ' Is mortgages. The maximum rato are fixed. ueui. form of expression among tho old i 6 per cent. time negroes of Virginia and meant ST ij 1 loan There will bo twelve farm S- 'our folks.' If one of the Jones ne.w3B w ei districts, each containing a land bank groes was conversing with ono of the with a minimum capital stock of o u B am nO Bm Smith negroes about family affairs, 3 nrto fo 3 5 $750,000, whose stock shall bo open Q. 3 ft 5 t3 O and should ask, for example, 'Is you-n- ll 33 ra r d. e dLrfor thirty to public subscriptions and tho got a fambly kerridge7 days. All stock not taken by tho Smith negro would say no, the Jones public will be taken by the Federal negro would reply, with show of famgovernment, which shall receive no 1 $50.00 $969.76 $30.24 $80.24 Is. No Money ily pride, 'Well, we-a- ll 1S.4S 938.00 80.24 31.75 dividends on its stock. The land 2 inAdvauco "Tho expression was also used in loans through the 3 Saiififao 46.90 80.24 banks will-nia33:34 904.67 the possessive case, and If there were Hon Guar local loan associations, and where no 4 80.24 45.23 35.01 869.66 In tho neighbortwo Lucy Smiths SBtoeil loan association is formed, the Fed832.90 43.48 36.76 80.24 5 LowentNot hood, tho one In the family to which board will make loans 6 eral farm loan 794.31 80.24 38.59 41.64 Fa ot the Smith negro belonged would be through approved agents. 753.79 40.52 Prices 39.71 80.24 7 Miss Lucy.' i designated as 'we-all- 's An association may be formed by 711.23 37.68 80.24 42,55 8 that "As for 'you-all- ,' Termn A ten or more persons who own and 9 44.68 35.56 666.56 80.24 Saving oi expression fs as prevalent In Virland in ono locality, pro- 10 619.64 cultivate 80.24 33.32 46.91 SlOU to ginia now as ever. Our Northern vided the aggregate of the loans de- 11 30.9S 49.26 570.39 80.24 friends laugh at us for tho uso of it From Fac P. A. STARCK sired is not less than $20,000. Each 12 51.72 518.67 28.51 80.24 tory Direct aud Insist that we employ it in desPftESIDCNT member of an association must sub- 13 464.36 25.93 54.31 80.24 But, of course, ignating individuals. stock to tho extent of 5 per 14 : scribe for 407.34 23.21 57.02 80.24 that Is absurdly incorrect. Wo use cent of his loan. The association 15 59.87 20.36 80.21 34.7.46 ..;.i...-.- t i it always as "a. collective pronoun. holds thin stock as security for hi3 1G 284.60 62.87 80.21 17.37 wo mean yon trial. In your We will ship you a beautiful Starck Piano for 30 days' frWhen we say 'you-all- ,' loan in addition to a mortgage, and 17 218.59 66.01 80.24 14.23 home. No cash payment required. All we ask Is that you will play upon, uso and yours; you and the other memdays. If, at the end of that tlmo. you do not nnd It the and test this piano for 30 -- 10.93 when the association borrows from 18 149.28 69.31 80.24 highest grado, sweetest toned and llncat plnno In every way, that you havo ever bers of the family; you and your sothat seen for the money, you aro at perfee liberty to send It back, nnd we will, In you. the land bank it must subscribe for 19 76.50 72.78 80.24 7.46 your cial set; you and the people of eient, pay the freight both ways. T i BUrck llano must mako good with stock in tho bank to the extent of 5 20 76.50 20.23 3.83 cr there is no saic. town, etc. The question may homo per cent of its loan. In this way the Easy Payments Save $150.00 or More be addressed to an Individual and stock bought by the Federal "governTou pay no caib down, but after 80 days $1,604 89 $604. SI $1,000.00 We iMp direct to you from our factory, it Total usually Is, but it is always used in of trial, you can begin payment on the lowprices that uve you upward! o( tlGP.OO to ha ment when tho twelve banks aro orest, easiest terms ercr suirjested by a piano cost of your plino. We guarantee to (umleh a collective sense. manufacturer. These terms sre srrant.nl to ganized will be absorbed by the pubycu a brtter piano for the money than jou can agrco entirely with Mrs. " 'We-al- l' suit your convenience, and Jt Is pouible for s;cure lehfre. You are aunrcJ of rrccirlns the name of a cqin in Spain and with Miiiop FIRE AT MIXES lic. If a borrower lias no money to Times-Heralthe a mtUfactory ivtet toned durable Itfgb grids you to buy a pfeno for your home, without nnd the . , rniJwe the money. tho same value as tho early Amerlpiano. subscribe for tho stock, ho can InVirginian says as n final oisrcn sum sulllclent to Tipple at Central City Dewtroyed can shilling. Yankees used the shill Richmond OK.Vas '1,,riMt!$S clude in his loan a Player-Haitthis 2nd - Hand largalm ing as a common expression, and clincher. 'Wo don't know where By Flamo.4. for an appay for it. Provision Erery Starck Piano 1 are Starck constantly on hsnd critic was 'brung up' unless It was In We the best sod moat beautisome can remember when farmers in ?iarant(d for 25 yran. a lanreUse praisement of land and an Investiga'we-un- s' number of slightly used hu back ful Pler PUons tbe and Pontml f!ltv. Tvv.. Aiiir. 7. Dam tho Central and Eastern States em- - the section where and second hand pianos of all market, iou win oe 2 of It our S3 years of plana tion of the character of the borow-e- r 'vou-un- s' sttmlard makes Uken In exare heard, and wo have nev eiprrlrnee, end the repuUnited with the many aco to the amount of $25,000 was ployed their extra help at so many change for new SUrck Pianos Is made. tation of nn old MUMUhed, features of these those expressions In Vir The followand responsible piano bouw. wonderful Instruments, and caused by a fire at 3 o'clock yesterday shillings a day. Six, eight, ten and er heard How Money May Ho Uicl. ing are a tew sample bargains will be pleased with the ginia." very low prices at which 50 Frae Musle SUO.OO Tho act specifically defines the morning, which destroyed the tipple twelvo shillings was heard in all ( Weber they can tie secured. 82.00 Steinway Lessens purpose for which loans may be ob- of tho Central Coal and Iron Com- lines of trade. Colds? Why Endure Summer Plans loek Free 90.00 Chickering When adventurers went to Califorpany, tho only concern which is opTo every purchawr of tained. These aro: Send today for our new It Isn't necessary to havo a stuffed 95.00 Starck l'ianoa, we give free Kimball Shelby Olsh, nia aud the southwestern part of tho piano music leuona. In one of "(a) To provldo for the purchase erating a mine here. head, running nose. To cough your 195.00 beautifully Illustrated you a Starck book which ctres the beat known schools In manager of the company, expressed United States they found that dos nead off as It were. All you need lirge amount ot Informaof land for agricultural uses. Chicago. These lessons you complete Send for our latest tion regarding pianos. This can take In your own home. bargain use "(b) To provide for tho purchase the oplnlnon that the place wa3 set realcs of the Mexicans was equivalent do is to uso Dr. Boll's book will Interest and hr mall. This reDresenti I and live- on fire. Ho said that two men had to two shillings in the United States. The soothing and healing please you. Write today. " "" one year's free Instruction. balsams of equipment, fertilizers vicinity Later dos reales became as common 1313 Starck BIil. CHICAGO P. A. STARCK PIANO CO., stock necessary for tho proper and been seen In the Immediate oDen tho clogged air passages and In reasonable operation of tho mortgag- of tho tipple snortiy Detore me nru as a quarter. Aiuuricuus avo a short tlmo you get relief and start discovered and, though they were sorbed very few Spanish words. While on tho road to recovery. Your nose ed farm; tho term 'equipment' to bo Farm Loan not recognized, efforts will bo made tho language is filled with German stoDS Tunning, you cough las and defiined by tho Federal to identify them in order that war- - and Fronch words, few Spanish words you know you are getting bolter. Get Board. ' provldo buildings and for rants may bo secured for their ar- - were found. Tho American never a bottlo, use as directed. Keep what "(c) To I learned to say dos reales, and he tho improvement of farm lands; the rests. as a cough and cold insur Americanized that Is loft havo More than 250 men will be without ' might term 'improvement' to ho defined by ance. work for at least sixty days, as It amount by saying "two bits." Hence tho Fedoral Farm Loan Board. 4- NotliliiK UoiiiK. To liquidate indebtedness of will take that long to rebuild tue it may bo that "two mis is oi aouin- "(d) origin. As a roward for good conduct tho ownor of tho land mortgaged, tlpplo and tho machinery, which woro western and not Eastern Milwaukee News. existing at the tlmo of tho orgunlza-tio- n either damaged or destroyed. Johnny's mother had taken him to Tho mino Is controlled by tho of tho flrst national farm loan tho Zoological Gardens, says tho Diarrhoea. Just tho Tiling and Mr. Gish. According to established In or for tho Digest. And just before start association so 'About two years . ago I had a..... ing Johnny and his Aunt Mary had county in which tho land mortgaged the latter, tho fire was not a great .....-- ,. subse- surprise. He declared that threats vore attucK or. marrnoea vvmen msv- & lecWed tUfroronco of opinion us to Is sltuuted, or Indebtedness Lifotime experience with best of workmen, and can purposes men- hud been mado repeatedly of Incen- - oil over a week.' writes V. C. Jones. what dU nml wlmt dW not C0n8tltute quently for ono of tho " i uecuwu bu wcm a "lean neck. uuioru, in. u. give any roforonco tlesirod. Call me on Hartford diarism. tioned in this section." A menagerie only on flrst has been considerable ill that I could not stand upright. There Lonaa may bo mado Tho walk around the Mill Co., 'pliono, or address mo at Hartford, Ky. fooling In Muhlouborg county against druggist recommended Chamborlaln's was a sheer delight to tho young mortpagea on farm land. uemc Only those who own and cultivate tho Central Coal and Iron Company, Colic, Cholora anu uiarrnooa rem Ionian until ho camo to tho dy. Tho flrst doso relieved mo and strnngo animal with long, lithe farm land or are about to own and it was stated. --c&M. witllUl two uays i was ua irai us uv- - body. cultlvato audi land aro entitled to inp " Mnnv ilruirclsts rocommond ..f TWin "Tun lilts." said the borrow. "That's an Tho discussion over tho origin of this remedy because they know that motlifr. can borrow moro No individual We Knock the Spots Out of Things uuininauio everytho term, "two bits," and its multi- It is reliable. Johnny stood contemplating tho than $10,000 or less than $100. etc., where bits," nt creatures for sonic minutes In siNo loan may bo made for moro ples of "four bits," "six comment as tho fl than 50 por cent of tho valuo of tho may nrouso as much lence. Then ho said quietly: Double Proof. controversy. To Mary ht.ro mortgaged and 20 per cent of land "Cun'l wo brliig Aunt A tramp knocked at a farmer's people tho term tho valuu of tho permanent Insured Northern and Eastern somo day, mummy?" Flfty-flv- o typewriters. Lesexpres- door and called for something to sounds llko a popular slang Improvements upon It. French Dry Cleaned and Pressed In a ' sons explained by Moving Picsion, but to tho pooplo of tho West cat. Superior Manner. Tha loan must run for not less $100 Reward, $100 ture machine. Scveu big De"Aro you a Christian?" asked tho not Tlift readers of thla paper will ba Sond us your Garments and Have than flvo and not moro than forty and Southwest it Is common It c, countryman. U at least one partments Shorthand, d pleased to learn that there provincial. Tho price of "a quarter" years. dlseaao that science has been Them Telogrnphy, Stenotypy, "Can't you toll?" answered tho dreaded cure In all Its stages, and that Is Invariably able to It is Every mortgago must provldo for is seldom used. only Is Hall's Catarrh MusIj, Primary Normal. Exman. "Look nt tho holes worn In Catarrh, cure now known Cure the the medical CLEANED CLEAN to positive (ho repayment of tho loan under an "two bits." It is much easier to say port teachers. Modern equipkneos of my pants. What do they fraternity. Catarrha being a constitutional tho cents. plan by means of a "six bits" than sovonty-flv- o Packages called for and dellverod. constitutional treatrequires amortization disease, ment. Position assured. ment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken InExplanation of tho origin of tho provo?" fixed number of annual or ternally, acting directly upon the blood farmer's wlfo promptly and mucous surfaces of the system, there- THE ELITE PRESSING CLUB Write for catalogue. The sulllclent to meet terra "bit" comes from tho reference Installments foundation of the brought out tho food, and tho tramp by destroying the the patient strength disby ease, and giving all interest and pay oft tho debt by to tho monetary system in 1792, A. Iva Nail, Prop. to go. up the constitution and ass sting building when tho Spanish milled dollar bo( turned Daviess Co. Bus. College tho end of tho term of tho loan. farmer. natureln doing Its work. The proprietors "Weill Well" aBked the IIAUTFOIU), KENTUCKY. In Its curative powof money. At that time have so much faith The Installments required will be camo the unit One Hundred they Coined Under . 'What mado those holes In tho back ers that case offer It falls to cure.Dollars Incorporated Send those published In amortization ta llmra linnnnneri to bonlnpA that for any . t nt nllvnr of VOUr DUntst" OWENSUOHO, KY. for Ust of testimonials. ii. 'it,n.ttv a bles to be prepared by tho Farm Loan CO., TeUaa, O. Subscribe for Tho Hartford Itopub-Uca- a F. J. CHENKT eighth' "Backsliding," replied the tramp Sold by all DrucsUts, Ho. for Mexico representing the Hoard. $1.00 per year. Tak Uall'e rmli till fer oeaiUvatlea. power to pro part of a dollar, called a "real" after as he Uurrled on. The bank U 6lven FARM LOAN ACT; tect Itsolt Idefensb IT GASTORIA Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria t I m I8 MSTOmi L r Always Bears the Signature 'KKSESS-- jL VT $ 'n """...WiUiiaiL '. ( I ApcrfrCousW . i U?S1 vj SSK6 ( Jr aJ USB For Over I ! 1 i,,i Thirty Years V A I GASTORIA 1 a - r f Starck Pianos 3-- time-honor- ed Kasl.it 200 ." 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL WZl - d,' M Player-Plann- s ' Player-PUno- ey second-ban- I au-w- as J THOS. E. MOSglt Plasterer, Decorator and Contractor. Du-Pon- ts ... ... fr Llt-ora- ry ( 1., ant-eator- ," llacon-Shukcspea- Ladies' and Men's Garments II II Hoolc-keepln- I good-hoarte- h semi-annu- Ami -- v ! V l'rrlinna It mlrht lin on Id thnt flptntl nnfc HIINNHH1 PillKDNFliS .h,s 0l,e Great clalmtonotorlcty.llo' hay to watch, of their number In each two pkture Bnl)cr08( , whch the cylinders while the rest gather IN THE J arc works of Veronese, Velasquez, traverse, as being a behind the Murillo, and other masters, but no slightly pnfer spot. DARING DEED OK AN INKANTIIY one ever thinks of mentioning his "When day breaks n fair wind Is CORPORAL AM COMPANION love of art nhcad of his lovo of (logo. OAHMAN A blowing, straight townrds tho Ger- BRITISH WRITES COMMENDED. In 1871, when Oldenburg joined tho GRAPHIC DESCRIPTION OK But, of course, It Is man trenches. German empire, ho talked 'dogs of n.a.1 l.n !...... 1..1...1 uullftlll, linu mv. frfia will HIS WO UK. I IJUW IJIUUU .1...1l1.t " b" war.' That Is, ho said that dogs ' be visible as soon as it leaves tho Paris, Aug. 7, 5:35 n. m. Corpor pipes. Tho gasmen know what to al Gouteaubler, of tho French Light could be used In war. I cannot say war ho thnt In tho Franco-Prussia- n ns soon ns MUST HANDLE CAREFUL expect. They know that appear out-sld- o infantry, has been decoraleld with a carrIe(, out thc ,(loai but BOon nftcr y clouds the greenlsh-grnmllltnry cross by President Polncaro , their parapet there will he run- for capturing 100 Germans, Includ- the present war began, he came for ward with a plan. Tho German Soning messengers and hurried teleMen Who Turn Deadly Funic Into phoning In tho German lines. Thoy ing two officers, aided only by a sin- ciety for Hospital Dogs was organiz gle companion. The curt reference i:ticni)V Trendies Alwi) know thnt within a few minutes tho to Corporal Gouteaubler's exploit In ed In Berlin, and the grand duke was People, by eicctCd as Its president. In Danger. word will havo reached tho German army orders reads: tnat tlme( bcgan t0 lelen t0 him overy big guns at tho back, and thnt "For bravery and contempt for wm, somc resPect. Ho had eight piece capable of flattening out a par-np- danger which struck terror Into tho dogSf aM(1 hc toId wltn a grcat deai London, Aug. G. Dcforo the "big mangled and nnd burying them, trenches and shelter of tho enemy. of animation that they would range squeeze" began discussion of British broken, nmong their own cylinder gns attacks was strictly prohibited, will be concentrated upon tho front With a slnglo comrade he has niado tho grand dchy an4 whcn llley found j 100 prisoners, Including two olll- - pe0ple, who for ono reason or other but now the taboo has been lifted, line trench In which they stand. cers, whom hc took to tho rear and ,ad nlet with accidents, they would ' nnd a British "gasman" has been t "Time! Over tho top tho Jct-- j then rejoined his post." not rest until they got them attend-- ! allowed to wrlto a graphic account pipes nrc flung, nnd then, simultan When corporal Uoutenubier was cd t0i Why couldn't this Idea be of tho work of his own special corps eously along almost two miles or whoso business It Is, ho says, "to doc- trench, there arises a sibilant hiss, paraded before President Polncaro n,ade profitable In tho war? The tor tho Germans with their own med- as of some monstrous nnd venom- on tho recent visit of the latter, to j government gave him carto blanche, tho Soinmo front he told thc story of and today there are, In the employ icine." ous snake suddenly nroused from gasmen are work- his feat at thc request of the PresI- 0f tho Germans, In their army, no "Behind our lines," ho writes, "tho slumber. Now the dent. It was on July 20 before Hem jess than 2407 dogs that are doing nun set In n blazo of glory. A glanco ing frantically tho wheel and spanner no over tho parapet shows the green and nnd key, nnd tho hiss Increases In Wood. Tho French troops had just hospital bervlce. They make dashed forward at thc German posi- distinction between friend and foe, ocnrlet of tho poplcd land shrillness and volume. Outside tho tions. The first wavo had swept ov- but thoroughly trained, they are sent nlrendy merging Into tho gray mists parapet tho green poison fog Is er the enemy's trenches and the sec- out after the battles, nnd go nbout or twilight; but 150 yards away, like spreading like a foul blanket ond had followed to complete tho op- picking up tho men who havo been a brown earth shadow among tho over land. Carried cease-iout- v However, from a hollow wounded. I saw It stated the other rnp- - eration. grays, hangs the rusty barbed wire f . nrwaril. . ltd outer edco Is day that It Is estimated that since of tho enemy and just beyond n white, Idly approaching the German trench- toward tho right :i fusillade was being poured on the thc outbreak of the war not less than chalky upthrow marks his front lino es, Into which It will presently sink, j 8,000 men have been picked up on trench. Tho gasmen stare across spreading agony nnd denth among rank of tho attackers. Gouteaubler. who was at tho right tho battle-field- s bv the aid of the war ' the silent shadows at that white lino those who cannot escape. wing of tho second wave, called out dogs, those great German dogs so nnd for a moment they think of tho "No rifle or machine gun llro has choky, gurgling cough of the men been ordered this time, nnd from elth- - to one man: "Gulllot, come with familiar to all who have been in The Johnston Harvesting Machinery is made who dlo by gas. It Is not pleasant er line scarcely n sound Is heard ex- - mo." Tho two men approached thc Germany. "But you spoke of 'dying like escaping spot where tho firing came. They by gas. to die stronger with fewer parts to wear out and break, yet cept the deadly hiss of tho "Connect up!' Tho order comes fumes. The minutes pass In tense, glided from tree to trco until they dogs.' The grand duke Insists that they are easier to operate and will do good work down the line from the bay of the ominous quiet. Nature herself seems were closo to the shelter where a the war dogs die like Christian heGermnn company was holding out, roes. He and others tell of docs where other machines fail. We are anxious to pjove X trench to another, and the gasmen to pause aghast to wntch this latest as fast as he1UBVe becn flhott and of the pathetic t 1 Immediately get busy. I11 Tho front devilry practiced by her children Gulllot threw bombs ims io you ana any inquiries win nave prompt could Into their midst and the fire 8cene wi,en they die, exhibiting to rows of neatly piled sandbags of ' upon one another. "Surrender," shouted the the a8t thClr solicitude for tho ceased. uueimon. p Is apparently which each With Mini Mend in a stentorian voice from faro of tho WOunded. One incident solidly built are pulled out and "Behind their mnsks tho gasmen We 1 a line of f mnnv wns of a doc that had found a cavity In which show, black begin to breathe more freely, and behind a tree. In response to his demand 100 a wounded soldier, and while howi- nnd ominous, the cowled heads of n then suddenly, on the left, 'Crash!' Machine we sell. emerged from the shelter Ing to attract the attention of the low of Iron cylinders. They are And 'crash' again, and yet again. Germans by two of- surgeons to him, was struck by n We also carry repairs for Deering, McCormick, Milsunk In pits well 'bagged up' to pro- 'This time on tho right, somewhere with uplifted hands, led tect them from possiblo crack or ' tlzsc at hand. The men crouch low ficers. "Pass along this way," shout- piece of shell that mangled one of its waukee and Champion Mowers and will be pleased to from his hiding legs. He still kept up his howling, puncture by flying fragment or er over their cylinders; tho explos- - ed Gouteaubler of furnish you anything in this line at reasonable prices. at once and when a surgeon came to him, ho "Go out thc wood -- ltia gf place. m bullet. Each cylinder ionow one uuuuiur nl nal nnd march to the rear." Two min- noticed the torn leg. 'Ah, the dog We can rebuild your old machine. weighs about 130 pounds and con- Ilons to count, and In any case shep-here- d Is hurt!' he said, and started to extains sufficient compressed gas, If It their minds are no longer fitted to utes later the 100 Germans, by tho Corporal and Gulllot, amine the Injury, when with a whine Only the valves could bo used without waste, to put count or care. Tho the dog drew back and as well as It nn entlro company out of action. and the pipes must arrived at tho French lines. must bo turned, prisoners admitted that some of could. Indicated tho wounded soldier "On top of tho cylinders lies a be watched, nnd the sudden spurt of remained in the shel- -' and hIs necd 0f help. The surgeon (angle flexlblo connecting pipe, j vapor which marks a leak must ua their comrndeson, Gulllot, lot us go started to bandage tho dog's leg, ter. "Como I four-wa- y Joints, spigots, checked by tho application of a three and nnd screwjets, nnd upon these, with handful of mud, which the gas Im and fetch them," said Gouteaubler. with a show of its teeth It refused to The two men started back, but Gull b touched till tho soldier was at opanncr and key, the gasmen start mediately frcezca .into an Iron-har- d lot fell with a bullet in his breast tended to. Tne surgeon men came work. The cylinders are all con- nnd impenetrable mass. i parapet and the Corporal had to abandon his oack to the dog, by that time bleed- nected up In series, nnd nothing re j "In one of tho bays, tho enterprise. ing to death. As the surgeon stoopmains but to throw the Jets over the rocks suddenly and falls forward, ed over him, he wagged his tail feebtop of tho parapet and open the burying the men and their cylinders. DYING "LIKE A DOG." ly, and died. Other stories, just as valves in order to release the deadly .Almost Immediately the men scrampipes aro tender and affecting, are told, but fumes. ble out unhurt; but tho (By W. H. Morso, M. D. tho soldiers enjoy better telling of 'broken, and the gas Is filling the Needs Favoring Breeze. "Die like a dog! Then they die the rescue work of tho war dogs. something is required to car f trpnph. With scanner and mud tho "But "You say that the godless Italian 'itinn la otnnnoil. npn connections aro like Christian heroes!" ry the gas over to tho German lines It was a German who said this, soldiers "die like dogs.' O, don't favoring breeze and never did rigged up, and tho death vapor Is a please use those words! A godless ixillor scan the sky more Intensely 'again directed outBlde what Is left and he spoke with much heat. Will help parents develop their eons into One of the English religious papers man does not die like a Christian hegasmen watch their little, of the trench. But one of the men has than the had published a statement which has ro." Our Dumb Animals. Inconspicuous wind gauges, fixed io had the mouthpiece of his respirator the best type of citizens and Christia-the edge of a trench. They must broken, and already ho is coughing jbeen quoted extensively in the gentlemen. Its patronage is widrly scat-- " 'I've got it!' American religious press, which have a wind of a certain direction,, nnd choking painfully. VuNTAIN -TOP ROAD they prefer It of a certain he gasps hoarsely, and goes behind to tho effect that many of the Ital nnd OPENED IN CALIFORNIA tered and comes from the best homes in strength. On this occasion, the di- the traverse to suck an ammonia Ian soldiers, distrusting the priests, irreligious to the brink of infidelithe South. Its capacity is limited, thererection Is satisfactory enough, but nrapulo and dlo slowly. Quite an interesting piece of highBanldly tho ty, and careless of all moral obliga- way construction is represented in rinsine-u- n time! the breezo shows signs of weakness, fore, reservations should bo made early. nnd occasionally falls to a mere, al- valves are shut down, tho Jet pipes tions, dying In war, "dlo like dogs." tho Ridge Road, opened last spring, American religious zeal has improv ! most Imperceptible zephyr. n Place your son in this select' gioup of withdrawn nnd plugged and stacked which gives California motorists "When not watching tho wind, tho away. Feverishly tho men work at ed upon this, and knowing how in- much more direct route between Los boys. Write gas men are watching their pipes; re- bagging up their cylinders again. Im-- 1 terested tho Italians at home are In Angeles and Bakersfleld than has peatedly feeling and testing every pcrturbably a sergent stalks down thoso from "that America," havo ad- been available in tho past. The inch of tubo and joint; for none tho ruined nnd battered trcnch.shep-hcrdln- g vocated the equipment of the reser- thoroughfare constitutes a new sec- know better than they tho danger of his flock toward their dug- vists from this country with tho Htxn nt tfm TalftW TTnnil tfmt rnn- their vernacular that Ina transfer Scriptures leakago and of tho escape out. Ho Is an California with the For catalogue and information. Box A. Porslstonly from tho Infantry and he scarcely therewith hoy mlgh Interest tho to their own trenches. The dl8tanCQ This plan ! a godless soldiers. an officer passed down tho lino, cast- quivers as a shell bursts behind bcen cut t0 120 miles by tho cb- ing rapid though keen glances as ho travorso ho has Just left. Quietly uiwu. aim w.h cuiuuu iu uo u B. u lab,lshment of the mdg0 Road. At goes at each set of syllnders and their ho directs two of tho men to carry success, and our Lord can be trusted tho place whero tho new highway connecting pipes. And In every bay an unconscious enso to tho nearest to give His Word freo and glorified diverges from the Tejon Road it ris- sells at the holder's price. MoreovWILL FILL A WANT! he pauses and whispers two words point of tho communication trench courso In the army where, thus pro- es from an elevation of 1,000 feet er, there Is much less tobacco in storso much needed. may be vided, It is years. to the corporal In charge: 'Eleven where tho stretcher-bearer- s to ono of 5,300 feet and then extends age here than for twenty-flv- o The German had heard tho expres- along o'clock.' But tho wind, without found. a mountain rnngo Just where the tobacco has gone Is tho crest-o- f Certnlnly Since the suspension of the which the gns will not reach the ene"In tho dugout, with tho shells sion, nnd although the Italians are at for more than 20 miles. After this not being advertised. my's trench and do its deadly work still pounding overhead, the section's war with tho Austrlans, tho allies of It drops down to a lower altitude tralnloads of it have poured in gol- Louisville Weekly Courier-Journa- l, nmong its occupants, begins to peter roll is called. Most of the men an- Germany, he scouted the phrase. and joins into tho former artery, A den brown streams across the counthere has been quite " 'Dlo like a dog!' Then they dlo out. swered by comrades as wounded and magnificent view of hill and valley try to New York and Now Orleans, a demand for a weekly Kenlike Christian heroes!" "At 10:50 tho gasmen don tholr for others no one answers at all. for miles In all directions Is afford' and thousands of hogsheads, in spite "How is that?" ho was asked. - jof tho ocean rates, huvo been sent tucky newspaper that gives special respirators, which In tho dim In the German trenches "But over ed at every point along the moun "It should bo perfectly plain if tnln.tnn route. Tho roadway is across the Atlantic to supply tho sol- - all the more important state light, give tho wearers a strange,, al- hundreds of mon aro choking nnd Masked gasping In agony for an hour before you know how a dog in war dies," Binooth, its turns banked, nonO of Its dlers in thfe trenches with smoking most inhuman appearance. ,j ' . nnd goggled, with weird, trunk-llk- o they can dlo. They have been made he replied. grades steeper than six per cent and and chewing. But thero aro quan- CriSp euitonalS, gOOd "Tho phrase, 'tho dogs of war,' pieces of hoso running from tho to quaff their own medicine." its width in no placo less than 21 titles of the product In storage hous- - neWS, sounds familiar!" ho was told. mouthpiece to tho box of Views taken along tho Ridge es in many places. Thero is little Stories, timely Cartoons and feet. "Think so?" ho nnswered curtly. Road appear in the July Popular chance of this getting to Its destlna- - illustrations, strapped to tholr FIVE DROWN WHEN chemicals HOUSE ROLLS INTO RIVER "But do you know either as to what Mechanics Magazine. chests, they look like soma of the lion as long as Great Britain's black - , h exceljent Th tho dogs of war aro, or as to how ,, ncarthly beings who people tho list is maintained, but there aro ex- -Harlan, Ky., Aug. 7. Five per- doga die In war? No? Thou say books of Mr. II. Q. Wells. perts who aro confident that tho ban paper aS tne NOT ! "But not a breath disturbs the sons, Mrs. William Hall and her four no more. Let me tell you some TOBACCO OROWEItSHY EMBARGO will, In a short while, be lifted. np wm.c-ttc- i, DISTOKBED still air. The feeble breezo has died children, were drowued hero yester- things that have to do with the war, That one of the biggest concerns f Owenaboro Messenger Hurriedly tho order day when a shack In which they had with which you may not bo familcompletely. of the kind m America has confl Hopkinsvllle Ly., Aug. 7. Wot denco In the market Is attested by tho (Edited by Urey AVoodson.) refuge when high wator drove iar. runs down tho line: 'Cancel, and taken .. "You know tho grand duchy of withstanding Iho renewal of tho contract Just let hero by tho Wey - . stand by!' Behind their masks tho them from their homo was carried comesevery Wednesday At about tho time of British Order-I- n Council barring tho gasmen grunt disgustedly. But sud- away by a landslide Into the Cumber- Oldenburg? n s.mrf company for tho Hall escaped tho American declaration of Inde- shipment of tobacco from tho Unit- erection of a $co,ooo plant for priz- - and Saturday, (16 pages a denly crackl crack!! land Itlvor, William Powers, Tho week Or more), and is lip-t- O when ho left tho hut to return to hU pendence tho grand duko Paul of ed States to tho Central Tho orders to tho Ing and rehandllng tobacco. , abandoned homo for a lamp. In his Russia, afterward czar, becamo there is optimism hero concerning buildings will occupy 192x2G7 feet, jaje jn every regard, havo not been countormuud-odpromof Oldenburg, and handed It tho salo of tho next crop, which and tho quiet of tho night is abaenco tho building with his family on Clay street and will be of brick, Mes- Try the Twice-a-Wee- k ises to bo ono of the largest and best stone and steel, and the' plant will Bishop of over to his coubIu, the roughly shattered by a long lino of slid Into tho river. many years. Growers gend, raised in The bishop's son was Tho slido took placo five mluutea viciously crackling rifles und Lewis timo for the oponlng senger for a year 111 COnneC- be finished in and his cousin, Peter Fred- erally report excellent prospects. guns, to which tho Gormans reply. after ho quit tho building. When ho of tho market next fall. Ground for Jon with the Hartford Repub- on hand than Thero is less tobacco roturned his family was adrift on tho erick Louis, becamo regent, and ultiApparatus in Danger. foundations was broken Satur- - jj-- nj. time of tho "Tho gasmen move uneasily. It is rlvter. He was powerless to give mately grand duko, and progenitor ever beforo known nt this day. Doth papers, one year for Grand tho year. The stocks aro practical- not for themselves they fear, but for aid. An alarm was raised and search- of the present grand duko. The demand during were sent out ut once, Duko Peter was a great lover, breed- - j ly exhausted. 1.50. All clubblnn subscript those pipes and cylinder heads lying ing parties recently closed was bare and exposed to the hnil of fly- but their work was of no avail. No er, and fancier of dogs, and all of hlB Uio season which lions should be addressed to FOR FLETCHER'S.. building or its occupants successors have had tho same fad.! Insistent, nnd now wha,t Httlo weed ing fragments. Well they know the trnco of the Republican, Hartford, Ky. or scraped together TUo present grand duko has it ns can be raked danger of bursts und of trenches fill- - has keen found. I HOW GAS IS USED I cd it. vlth gns nnd no wind to move TWO FitENCMEN TAKE But they cannot 'bag up' wlth- nnil nn HlAV stronclv as anv. nnd for r.evernl years ho has been noted for his dogs. ' mtf nrrlnra ' Hint la ' ' iSQTOIKiMTOflMM&Mroixros,: TRENCHES Big Line of Snort SViirf r Values. 50c, $1.00 and $1.50 Come In and See What Big I et J I Hi4b Clothing Co. HARTFORD, KY. , QMroMMwrororororororoQ 's ' .., No-Ma- well-sustain- ' Certainly Buy a Johnston i ! t , j t Z .A fire-ste- U-ak- dis-clo- Carry complete repairs for any rich-ochettl- ng iui ! A. B. Row St Son j Centertown, Ky. Vaaderbilt Training School for Buys J ELKTON, KY. ! of-g- old-tim- er BTTS iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiul MATHEIMEY & man-Bruto- rat-a-ta- t! pos-soss- ed Lu-bec- k. weak-minde- Children Cry CASTORIA Hartford Republican. Pttford, etaafl. i EnUml nm.rfilfg to law at tb "".II mnttir of Kjv. Piwloffli th- they should vote in November, cspc-- 1 dally from n young Lieutenant of the French army, who, according to his own story, has been out of the United States for several months. On , RAILROAD STRIKE THOUGHT SETTLED I tries show decreased acreages, while each of the others has an increase. The decrease In tho New Bright tils-- . trlct was caused by a shortage of plants and dry weather at transplant-- 1 y Now Comes Our Semi-Annu- al j i y another pago will be found a Editor letter to The Republican from a AMJSON J. RARNKTT W. B. T1N8LKV,. . Business Mtuuiffcr j Belgian soldier at the front, who FOUR BROTHERHOODS, REPRESENTING 4(10,(10(1 MEN AX1RKE copies of the lo bf'cs thnt wo send him Address all communications TO ARBITRATE. paper when we have extras left over The Hartford Republican. week to week. He says that he from Is very fond of the American newsNOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS up paper and states thnt It Is very hnrd AFFECTS STOCK MARKET nnt to n BOter)l)ni llrltK the for the boys In tho trenches to get drltwn mnit gtT the oM addrre In iiihVIds tb e rqnrt. anything to read during their I.ocnl unit Xntlrr 10c tcr lice nnd lie Budln hours. The address of tho young Acceptance of Mediation Offer By iwr lire for ench nilrtltlotiul Ineertlnn. Belglnn Is given nnd we suggest thnt OLItnnrieK, Ilfohitloti H?nl Cnrd ol Th lnke.f-The Strikers Is Followed Ity mngnzlnos nfter our renders send him per lino, monej In ndrntive. Buoyancy. Ctiarrh Notlr for nerlii free, bnt otlict reading them. It will be appreciatBe er llw. will recflro no ed we arc sure. Annnymooe commnnlrntlon ur Ielf-ur- tdrertli-cnienle- , ROIUNSTO SUPPORT HUGHES. One of the latest additions to the ..... G. O. P. following Is Raymond Rob-In- s, C9 TTaxsavxc' XSutuail chairman of the recent National Convention of the Progressive party. The Indorsement of Hughes by tho FRIDAY, AUGUST 11. magnetic orator comes as a blow lo the Democrats because he was a ' REPUHL1CAN TICKET. member of that party before joining the Progressives. For President, Mr. Robins Is a man who has the CHARLES EVANS HUGHES. confidence nnd esteem of a large following. He Is energetic and sinFor Vice President, CHARLES WARREN FAIRBANKS. cere and believes that the principles of the reorganized Republican party For Congress, are best for the Nation's future. His P. HASWELL, JR. JOHN decision means much for the success For County Attorney, of the ticket and it is no wonder that A. D. KIRK. Republicans rejoice. Mention i3 Judging from the noise coming from Owensboro someone's feelings must be Hert. It is quite easy to tell from the from Democratic howls emerging sources that the speech of Hughes lilt the spot with a thud. Only forty-thre- e votes were cast against John P. Hnawell for the Republican nomination for Congress In his home county of Breckenridge. So far no one has been appointed to officially notify A. D. Kirk of his nomination for County Attorney of Ohio county. We believe Kirk knows it anyway, tho. of the present Appropriations Democratic Congress has passed the $1,500,000,000 mark. Another hundred millions will be appropriated before adjournment. How is that for economy? Two or three Democrats, one a county officer, presented themselves at the Republican primary here last Saturday for a vote. The election officers had some trouble in explaining in one Instance why It was that all were not entitled to cast a TOtC. THE CONGRESSIONAL RACE. Fourth District Republicans have selected their candidate to make the race for Congress this fall. It would be hard to find a better man to carry the banner than John Haswell. Mr. Haswell Is a man of strong personality and ability, a good mixer and a splendid orator. He Is In the race to win this fall and his chances are flattering: Our present Congressman has held the place about long enough think Fourth District Republicans and hundreds of Democrats. A change is due and it is quite likely that It will take place within the next year. No matter who wins the race It will be clean and hard fought, because the nominees are of the high type. Republicans must realize that no man is so strong that he cannot bo They must recognize the defeated. fact they have a good chance this fall, and get busy. REAIi GOOD FELLOWS. While Lee Hicks, a farmer who of lives a short distance North-weHartford, battles with the stubborn loyal neightyphoid fever twenty-si- x bors, neighbors that are neighbors, men whose hands are not trained for the sole purpose of favoring their ear with the clink of the dollar as It falls into their own pockets, gather at the home of the sick man slaughter the weeds, worm and work his tobacco, and attend to his crop in For their work, a general way. receive noththey financially, ing, asking even less. Hicks knows and appreciates, 'ills worries are lessened and he is stronger for his battle for life. What a splendid example for any community. Where could more unselfish men be found? What a great neighborhood to live in. These men are the real good fellows that A we hear about but seldom meet. microscope Is not necessary tp dest Ing time. The decrease Is In South Carolina. Eastern North Carolina j has about the dime acreage ns last year. In the Old Bright district plants wero scarce and weather dry during the early part of tho planting sea- son; conditions ware favorable dur-- 1 Ing the latter part of May and June and the crop was set later than nsu- nl. In nil other districts dry weather caused no Inconvenience at planting time. In New York excessive rains nnd cool weather retarded plant growth and destroyed some fields after transplanting was accomplished. This In New York, Aug. 9. The threaten-ene- d connection with n shortage of plants strike of the 400,000 railway caused the reduction in acreage. employes of the United States was In the Loulslnnn-Perlqu- c district y averted when the railroad low prices and slow sales dlscourng- brotherhoods accepted a proffer of C(1 KroWers and the area Is the small-th- e United States Board of Mediation ',- -. nt PP(.P. rMr. tn thi nthrr nmj Conciliation to mediate their tllf - tHatriots plants were plentiful, and, ferences with tho railroads, while In Fonio Instances excessive The acceptance of the mediation rains delayed transplanting for a few agreement by ffce the railroad em- days, the crop was transplanted In ployes was followed by buoyancy In good time. The stand ns a rule is the stock mnrket. Leading shares better than usual, but cultivation has were two to four points higher in the been delayed In most districts by too afternoon on the liveliest dealings much rain In June. of recent weeks. The Georgia and Florida crop is beIndustrial shares were similarly ing harvested and gives promise of affected, United States Steel leading being one of the best ever grown In the movement in that qunrter with that district. an advance of 1 'A to Its best price since last January. SENATE ALLOWS CLAIM After the delivery of the brotherhoods' aceptance of the offer the IahiIsvIUc Woman To Get. $!!,:t(l For mediators made preparations to conMansion During War. fer with the railroad managers this to-da- Cot-Pri- ce j Shoe Sale igisi i i lii ii in. $3.75 $3.10 C? fiC This sale is held just once every season and menus a real reduction on all Low Shots in our department. These goods are not bought for this sale, but are our regular stock. They come in patent leather, .dull kid and gun metal. j 1 SS, I $5.00 Low Shoes, AU$4.00 Low Shoes. A I S3. SO I nw Shnrc All $3.00 Low Shoes All $2.50 Low Shoes AH $2.00 Low Shoes. Al! : $2.40 $2.00 $1.55 V afternoon. Announcement of the acceptance of the offer was made by A. B. head of the Conductors' Brotherhood, after It had been delivered by G. W. W. Hanger, a member of the board, following an appeal to that body to Intervene made today by the National Conference of Railroad Managers. said he had InMr. Garretson formed the board that the offer was accepted on the condition that "it3 good offices are promptly exercisGnr-rctso- n, ed." The Federal board, which is com-- ', posed of Mr. Hanger, Martin A. Knapp and Judge W. L. Chambers, was prepared to begin conferences with the respective sides to the con-- 1 troversy before night, It was under-- 1 stood, although at the time of Mr . Garretson's announcement the board had not been officially informed of tho acceptance. Urges Quick Action. ' "The Federal Board of Mediation has notified us," and Conciliation read Mr. Garretson's statement, "that it has received the request of the managers conference committee to exercise its friendly offices in an effort to- bring about an amicable settlement of the questions that exist between the conference committee Our of tho managers and ourselves. answer was to the effect that we would accept the mediators proffer of their friendly offices provided It wsa promptly exercised." mm The accepting Administration has It accepted Carranza's proposals. accepted Germany's explanations and England's dictations just as readily. It imagines that It will accept the power of government again next year tout the American people are preparing a torpedo. New Grocery. We have Installed a large and comWe may yet nnd newest revolution. plete line of staple and fancy grocerbe compelled to finish our negotiaies in the Griffin building and arc tions with President Diaz, of Mexinow ready for business. Wc operco. Hughes and Diaz couldn't do ate on an absolutely cash basis which worse than those now parleying. nccounts for our remarkably low tect their Christianity. It Is hus- prices. Call, look over our line and The first page of the Hartford Her- tled Into full view by tho better side Inquire about our cut rate prices. ald this week says the Progressive of humanity. They not only tako as Nelson's Blue Front Cash Grocery, party will not be allowed to die. A prisoners the eterndl gratitude of he Hartford. Ky. 3tf cartoon on the second page shows who is unable to help himself and the the Moose party dead and burled. admiration of others but they com- THIS DISCOVERY MAY The fourth page of the same issue mand, the respect of all who believe RELIEVE PAPER SITUATION to in helping the hard luck victim. They cays, "Big Stampede of Moose Pay your money and tako are bound closer together, they think Wilson." Berlin, Aug. 8. The royal mayour choice. more of one another, but genuine re- terial testing office announces the hardy discovery that paper can he manu' With President Wilson coming ward comes when one of those gazes Into his own soul factured from cotton stalks. The accept tho Lincoln Farm, farmers down to knowing full woll that by a small sac- discovery Is polntnd to as being of Hughes opening the Republican camon his part ho has helped a fel- vast to tho UnlteJ Importance paign in Kentucky, Marshall doing rifice low man. Ho is Inclined to whistle States, the greatest cotton produclikewise for the Democrats and the n bit and to turn tho page for a look ing country tn the world. prospects bright for a visit from Mr. at tho brighter side of life. Fairbanks and Col. Roosevelt soon, Our hat Is off to those real good Administrator's Notice. Bluegrass State will entertain the fellows. Wo need more of them and All persons having claims against her share of the big ones this year. as they come so rise the stock of life. tho estate of L. D. Taylor, deceased,' are notified to present same to appointment of National ComThe mo properly proven, for payment, mitteeman Hert, of Louisville, as MARSHALL WILL OPEN CAMPAIGN FOR DEMOCRATS within CO days, at my home on Routo manager of the Western campaign 3, Beaver Dam, Ohio county, Ky. for Hughes and Fairbanks is a splenWashington, Aug. 8. Positive anThis July 29th. 1916. did recognition of the game fight of F. L. TAYLOR, Admr. Kentucky nouncement that Vice President Mar- 5t3p Kentucky Republicans. 4 Is to again bo the battle ground this shall will open Kentucky's Democratfall after having seen little action ic campaign at Winchester, Saturday, COUNTRY'S TOBACCO CROP LARGER THAN LAST YEAR tjlnce the Union and Confederate Soptember 9, was made this after amies struggled on her soli in the noon by Representative A, B. Rouse, chairman of tho State Speaker's BuTho United States Department of sixties. reau. Agriculture Issues the following inA largo Hartford audience had lisHomer S. Cummlngs, vice chair- formation regarding the new tobactened to Lieut. McOibncy's chautau-iu- a man of tho Democratic National co crop: lecture on his experiences in the Commlttco nnd chairman of tho Tho total area of cigar tobacco Is with 187,100 acres, compared with 172.-40- 0 conferred European war with Interest Tuesday speakers' Bureau, evening. They wero prepared to Senator James and Mr. Rouse. Ho acres in 1915, an Increase of 8.5 jstamp it with approval when sudden- agreed on behalf of tho National per cent. Two districts, New York ly he dived into politics and, so far Commlttco, which controls speaking and Georgia and Florida, show a fallas many of his hearers wero concern- time of tho Vice President, to havo ing off; New England has the same ed, ruined tho whole thing. The peo- the distinguished Indiana Democrat acreago as last year, and all other Following this districts show an Increase. to go to Winchester, ple of Kentucky will have an of hearing some of the conference, Mr. Rouso and Mr. CumTho chowlng, smoking, snuff, nnd biggest political speakers in tho mlngs met tho Vice President and export types show 1,192,000 last ' country soon, and without charge. ho said the final word needed to as- year, an incrcaso of GO, 800 acres, or ' Tboy, therefore, do not care to pay sure his presence for the Democratic 5.3 per cent. The Old Bright, Now to recelvo advice ns to how opening. dls- .admission Bright and Loulslana-Perlqu- e first clash with the Carranza troops under the auspices of Mexico's latest Felix Diaz was victorious in his St. Louis, Aug. 9. In order that he may keep his appointment in Lexington, Ky. where he will open that State's campaign, Charles Evan? Hughes, Republican nominee for the last three years In England, President, todny changed the date of France, Belgium, Italy, Switzerland, his St. Louis speech from September Portugal, Spain nnd Austria under 4 to September 2. tho unofficial sanction of tho Chinese, The change was announced by Na- republican parliament. tional Committeeman Joseph L. Bab-lc- r, Administrator's Notice. of Missouri, upon his return from FOHDSVILLE ITEMS. All persons having claims agalnRt Chicago. Aug. 10. Tho showers of Monday the estate of George W. Maddox, night nnd Tuesday afternoon wore deceased, must present same to mo COL. ROOSEVELT MAY very much needed. Crops are burnchurch, at my home near Washington SPEAK IN KENTUCKY ing up In this part of the county. Hartford, Route 5, Ohio county, Ky Mr. Wallace Coons and family reor to Attorneys Woodward & Kirk, Washington, Aug. 9. According Hartford, Ky., for payment, proper- to Representative John W. Langley, turned from Louisville Saturday. Rubor Cooper, of Owcnsboro, visly verified as required by law, with- a big oratorical drive will soon bo ited his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. D. in CO days from this date, or bo for- on In Kentucky. He has undertak- Cooper, Sunday and Monday. ever thereafter barred. en to secure Republican speakers of Mrs. D. M. Jones Is In Owcnsboro Given under my hand this AugUBt national prominence, whose speak this week. 4th, 1910. ing places and dates will be arrangMrs. Corda Day, of Murray, Ky.. la G. E. SMITH, Admr. 5t3 ed later by tho speakers' bureau of visiting a. her mother, Mrs. Gcorgo the Republican State Committee. TREMENDOUS LEAP Langley Is felicitating himself on Galen Hlncs left Saturday on a IN WHEAT MARKET having received definite assurance motoring trip to Owcnsboro nnd that Col. Theodore Roosevelt will points in Indiana. prices spend three days campaigning In Chlcago, Aug. 9. At tip-to- p Mr. Arthur Smith and wlfo, nnd session of tho Hoard of Kentucky. of Mr. and Mrs. Fisher, of Rockvalc Trade, wheat showed an advance of "One of those days will bo spent I were the guests of Mrs. E. P. Rodgers cents a bushel overnight. Tho in tho Big Sandy Valley, and we will Friday. 11 market throughout the session gave send him through the mountain n Tho Holy Rollers camo to town last evidence of great tension owing to of the State on a special train," week. v millions of bushels in domestic .crop said Langley. Miss May Rogers returned from ,a and belosses officially confirmed motoring trip to Bowling Green Satcause of disastrous further losses in NOTICE. urday night. a In Canada. dicated Having bought the interest of my Mr. C. E. Ford, of "Enid, Okla., In Tho market closed excited, 10 brother, B. H. Ellis, in the Ellis visiting friends and relatives here cents net higher, with Sep- Milling Co., wo desire all those in to 11 this week. and debted to us to please call and settember, nt $1.44 Vi to $1.44 Fred Smith, of Monet, Mo., Is tho December $1.48 to $1.48. tle all old accounts. guest of his mother, Mrs. Barny I will continuo tho flour mill bus- Smith. iness ot the same old stand and will County Court. Dr. H. W. Ford, of Hartford, was Clemma Westerfleld qualified on appreciate tho patronage ot all my In town Sunday. August 4th as guardian of I. C. V. friends. Will havo on haud at all . times Flour, Meal, Bran and Ship-stuf- f. LIGHTNING STRIPS Westerfleld. W. E. ELLIS, Robert D. Walker has been ap.MULE OF HARNESS Hartford, Ky. pointed and qualified as collector of 4t4 taxes tn Hartford Graded School Princeton, Ky., August 8. During "CHINESE GROUP" FORMED an electrical storm at Blue Springs District. TO KEEP CONOHKHS MISTED church, near tho Caldwell-Trig- g coun- ty line, tho lightning played a pecu- HARTFORD PRESSING CLUB. Wnshlngton, Aug. 8. Organlza- - liar prank. A mulo was stripped of Clothes cleaned and pressed. Reguaranteed. tlon of an unolllclal group of Sena- - Us harness wheu struck by lightning, pairing. Satisfaction Work called for and delivered. Shop tors nnd Representatives to keep ( though the mulo escaped injury, of Chlneso nf- - cept being knocked down. Another informed ovor Ohio County Doltling Works. fairs, similar to other "China groups" mule was killed nt the same time. ED. NALL, Pcop. 48H Fu-qu's J Washington, Aug. S. The Senntc has just passed a bill appropriating $2,936 to Miss S. Stephens Stone, of Louisville, Ky., administratrix of the estate of Mary II. S. Robertson deceased, late of Paducah, for the occupancy of the Stone mansion by the United States authorities during the Civil War. In September, 18C1, when the forces under Gen. Lew Wallace occupied Paducah, he took possession of Mrs. Stone's residence and used It as headquarters until the fnll of Ft. nnnnlonn Aff.r it Wilft vnMtnl hV u converted lnto a hospIta, and used for that purpose until October, 18C5. A number of years ago the claim was presented to the" Quartermaster General, who held that he was wlth- jur,S(HctIon t0 congWcr It. and . referred it to the Treasury omciais, who rejected it because the government had not entered Into any con- tract for the payment of rent. The claim has been pending before Congress for a number of years, and recently Capt. C. C. Calhoun, of Lexington and Washington, has been employed in the case. During the Representative present Congress, Sherley Introduced a bill to pay the claim and had It passed by the House On reaching the of Representatives. Senate, the bill was pressed very vigorously by Senator Beckham. Some opposition was encountered by htm when the bill was reached on the calendar, but he succeeded in overwhich were coming tho objections raised and had it passed. It is expected that the bill will be approved by tho President within the next few days. This includes women's, girls,' misses,' children's, boys' and men's every Low Shoe in the department, except BILL-I- EN SHOES. J Men's Palm Beach Suits, now Men's Kool Krash Suits, now $4.50 $5.50 Carson HUGHES CHANGES & rs7coi5x,o:.A.:rz3 Co J Hartford, Ky. ST. LOUIS DATE IN ORDER TO MAKE LEXINGTON SEPTEMBER 5, MISSOURI DATE SWITCHED. formed In European parllaments.hns been announced. An Invitation to Join such a group, signed by Senators Curtis and Saulxbury, and Representatives Cooper, McKlnley, Slay-de- n and Austin, was sent to a number of members of Congress. Tho. first meeting will be held The China group has as Its objective "the assuranco of friendly relations between China and foreign parliaments, tho maintenance of uqnltablo opinion, tho interchange of legislative ideas, and the promotion of International understanding." Groups have been organized during to-da- y. r i Y y mwhWMmim REDUCTION SALE! I88$8?l&83 SHe DA 1CKJ SH0E SsSMSPlw nn rnMol ipJe m, n.i!fxry lid Tt t RfsV !" iik Pi'ko y wo will offer some largo reducIJugiimiiiK tions in Ladies', Misses and Children's Slippers. to-da- While tho manufacturers are steadily advancing tho prices of Shoes, our motto, as usual, is to carry over no surplus stock if prices will be any inducement. You can buy Our Ladies' regular Our Our Our $3.00, now 2.50, now 2.00, now 1.50, now " " " " " " $2.50 2.00 1.69 $1.50 Our Misses' regular $2.00, now 139 Tho above come in Patent Leather, Gun Metal, Kid and Tans, Plenty of time to wear them, and they aro surely bargains at the above prices. If in need, see us, and oinember that A like reduction in nil Men'n Oxfords. It Pays To Trade With a House That Saves You Money. jSjLaGo Mr. and Mrs. J. S, Cecil left Wednesday for a short vffilt to relatives In Owensboro. FRIDAY, AUGUST 11. Miss Olive May Speck, of Bowling Green, is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. L., U. & ST. L. ILR. TIME TAI1LE. C. M. Crowe. I Miss Leona Stahl returned to No. 113 due at Ellmltch 8:32 p. m. yesterday after a visit with No. 110 due at Ellmltch 7:30 a.m. No. 112 Lv. Ellmltch .. 3:40 p.m. Mrs. L. G. Hoover. Ar. lrvlngton .. 6: 3D p. m. j Mrs. Henry Young, of St. Louis, Lt. lrvlngton .. 6:06 p.m. is visiting her mother, Mrs. J. H. Ar. Louisville . 7:40 p.m. Hammons, at Horton. No. Ill Lv. Louisville... 8:35 a.m. Mr. R. C. Kelly, of McAlcster, Ar. lrvlngton ,.10:0C a. m. Okla., visited friends in Hartford Lr. lrvlngton ..10:40 a.m. several days last week. 1:04 p. m. Ar. Ellmltch-:- .. Mr. L. "P. Loney, of Owensboro, M., II. & E. R. R. TIME TABLE. visited his sister, Mrs. J. A. Hockcr, South Bound, No. 115 Tuesday and Wednesday. 8:45 a. m. 4U110 at Hartford Mr. W.C. BlankonshliTls attendNorth Bound, No. 114 ing tho county court clerk's meeting 5:55 p. m. Duo at Hartford at DawRon Springs today. (Both "Mixed Trains.) Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Harnett were tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. Orin Wallace, of Central City, last week. Miss Mabel Head will return to after a visit with Owensboro Personal News Miss Wlnnlo Davis SInunerman. and Rnr.iRl EiiRntS. Rev. B.F. Jcnkfifswlll' preach at the Baptist church at this place Sunday at 11 a. m., and at 7:30 p. m. Miss Verna Duke, who""ls attending school nt Bowling Green, Is visMr. H. S. Royal, of Fordsvllle, was iting her sister, Mrs. U. S. Carson. In town Monday. Mr. Clifford Mooro left Monday Hon. R.ETLee Slramerman was In for Dayton, Ohio, where ho has a po' Louisville this week. sition with an automobile factory. Mr. J. H. Loyd, Fordsvllle, was Mrs. Ellis Miller, of Mo"hette, Mo., here on business Monday. and daughter, were the guests of Mrs. Mr. Jack Taylor, of near Rochester, P, B. Taylor Tuesday and Wednes..--' was In town last Monday. '' day. Mr. RayTTDannon, orGreenvllle, Mr. Corbet Lako, of Clear Run, was hore Friday and Saturday. left Monday for Detroit, "Mich., to cottage, In tako a position in an automobile facFor Rent. A good repair. Apply at this office 6tf tory. Miss Myrtle Park, of Central Esq. J.LTpTtton, oTRalph, was Grove, and Miss Hazel Everly, of lu Hartford on business Monday. Rockport, aro visiting Mrs. J. B. MIbb Lillian TIchenor, of McHen-rTappan. Is tho guest of Miss Gayle TIchof Beaver Miss Ella"" McKenneyH enor. Hamilton, of Crceu-vlll- Dam, was tho guest of Miss Wlnnlo Mrs. Jennie D. Wednesday and Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Davis SInunerman Thursday. Felix. Mr. Fred Robertson returned to Messrs.' J. I. Clurko and W. H. Earlington Tuesday, after a visit Maddox, of Ilockport. were here luBt with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Monday. llfri. I & Mn.nn if Tlllfnril. Willi III Robertson. Mrs. Roberta Taylor, of Beaver Hartford calling upon friends the first Dam. was tho guest of Mrs. R. K. of tblB'woek. Hayncs and Miss Beatrice Hayncs Dr. E. V. Ford and family spent last week. Saturday and Sunday with friends Mr. Walker McCuen, of Tulsa, in Fordsvllle. Okla., who had been visiting his Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Wilson, of Pon-tla- aunts and families, Mrs. Dr. J. R. MIsh., are visiting Mrs. Wilson's Pirtlo, and Mrs. Win. Nowbolt, for tho pureuls, Rev. and Mrs. II. D. Ben past two weeks, left hero Wednesday nctt. J for a two or three days visit with rel Hartford Republican. Mor-ganto- I to-da- y, t atives and friends In Fordsvllle, nf-- I ter which he will return to his home. Robert Flrtlb, of Versailles, Is visiting the fnmlly of Dr. J. R. Plrtle and oilier relatives In and adjacent to Hartford. Miss Nona Barnctt wllf return lo today, Lewlsburg nfter visiting In Fordsvllle friends and relatives and Hartford. I Mr. and Mrs. Bert Rctd, of Kock-- I after a short nort. will Icavo y visit with Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Gillespie and family. Misses Maudb'and Eunice Shultz, of Narrows, wero the guests of Misses Elizabeth and lleulnh Moore Tuesday and Wednesday. Ward's fine So good, ncTboncsi cakes another shipment Just In. Only 10c. Ilcr's Grocery. Hurry before they are all gone. Mrs. 55." II. ShuItz,of Pleasant nfRldgc, will return home ter a short visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Sanderfur. Yes, we have a few nioro copies of "When a Man's a Man," Harold Bell Wright's new book that was put on snlo yesterday, $1.35 Iler's Grocery. Friends In Hartford have received cards from Mr. and Mrs. Martin D. Thomas, of Morgan, announcing the birth of Miss Vivian May Thomas. Mr. L. Duke and daughter, Miss Kathcrine Duke, of Owensboro, visited In Hartford this week. Mr. Duke Is a former resident of Ohio county. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Grlgsby left Monday for Mt. Cacmel, 111., where their son and they aro visiting daughter, Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Scl- bcrt. Mr. and Mrs7M.M. Bardwell, of Taylor Mines, and their guests, Mr. and Mrs. George Neal, of Louisville, were In Hartford Wednesday for tho Chautauqua. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Loyd, Barretts Ferry, and Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Olaton, wero the guests of Judge R. R. Wedding and family the first of this week. Tor Rent Having decided to move to the farm I will after November rent ray house and lot on Main street, 1 4 squares from tho court W. D. LUCE, house. Apply, Hartford, Ky. 5t2 Fofd,bfEneid, Okla., Mr. C. E. was here to see his brother, Dr. E. He left for W. Ford, Saturday. Saturday evening to visit relatives for several days before returning to Eneld. Miss RubjTMartln, Stlglcr Okla., and Miss Mac Whlttlnghill, of Shreve, aro visiting Miss Maurlnc Martin. The Misses Martin will leave Tuesday for a visit to friends In Earlington and Livcrmoro. Mrs. R. L. Shultz, of Narrows, visited Mrs. E. P. Moore, Tuesday and She was accompanied Wednesday. home Wednesday evening by Mrs. Moore and' two children who will return tomorrow. building on The Main Street Is being repaired and it Is understood that It will bo In oper ation again within the next few days. Now paper is being hung and new floors have been built. Dr. and Mrs. Ned Berry, of Jack sonville, Fla., aro visiting friends In Hartford. Dr. Berry, who Is a former resident of Hartford, left hero years ago, this being his twenty-nin- e visit since leaving. first Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Thomsberry, of Owensboro, and their guests. Miss Mlttlo May, of St. Cloud, Fla., and Mrs. Luther Barnett, of Loulsvlllo, motored over from Owensboro Tuesday to visit Mrs. Alex Barnctt. Misses Norlne Barnett, Nancy Ford, Mattye Duke, Leila Glenn, Elizabeth Moore, Katherlne Pendleton and Marlam Holbrook will leave y to be guests at for Cromwell party given by Miss Gorln a house J I I t to-dato-daQuls-cnberr- y, urant City-Resta- PURRING OF KITTY NO LONGER AUDIBLE ! HAVE YOU SEEN LEA DIHUANDK AVITH SEVERAL ('LU)tH CLAIMING PENNANT. n UK Hopklnsvllle, Ky., Aug. 7. After strenuous efforts to keep the Kitty League alive after Mndlsonvllle dropped out last week, the organization finally blew up, Owensboro disbanded Its team after yesterday's double header and failed to fill its engagement nt Henderson today. Hopklnsvllle played at Clarksvllle today for tho sole purpose of nllowlng Clarksvllle to hold Its Booster Day to raise finances. Tho Hopklnsvllle team returned here tonight and will bo paid off and disbanded The Henderson, Dawson Springs and Clarksvllle teams arc still intact, but these can't keep going by themselves. Dawson Springs was really a pennant contender and that town was anxious to continue. With tho others the ending of the season was welcome, for the patronage had been poor nil season and had grown much worse of late. But with all of this the league could possibly have finished the season, which would have ended August 28, had President Bassett been ablo to visit the various towns and enthuse the clubs and fans as he has done so many times In the past. But his duties as City Commissioner here and ncting as Mayor pro tem now, kept him from performing this duty, and there was no one else who could do it. Both Dawson Springs and Owensboro claim the pennant, DawsdriJcb'-tendln- g that Owensboro really dropped out last week and Owensboro claiming credit for all the games played up to last night. READ THIS. "The Battle Cry of Peace?" That greatest of all pictures on the screen today. If you have not, then you cannot af-- " ford to miss this, perhaps your last opportunity. If you have ,then come see it 'again and be thrilled as nothing has ever thrilled you. This will be shown in the big thoroughly ventilated, electrically cooled I BEAVER DAM OPERA HOUSE, j Beaver Dam, Ky. t AUGUST $ 1-- 4, IQia. 1 First Show 6:30 p. m. Second Show 8:45 p. m. i Admission Adults, 25c. Children Under 12 years of Age 15c. STRAY STREAKS. awarded contract for one scarifier, at the price of $315.00. February 15, 1917, delivery. (By Fluke McFlukc.) Dock Beard has been caught help ing nis wiie mane Kraut ana as a result has been fired out of the new order of United Sons of Perpetual Rest. Good for you, Dock. lle It is just enough cooler for Hartford's tennis nuts to make a racket they wished to serve some at or Arab Mixed Feeds, Chicken like net. Feeds, Grlla and Shells, Weber Wag- the ons, Farm Implements, Repairs on Hooker Williams, our twon marthe Deerlng and McCormick Mow- shal, says that since water melons ing Machines, Grass and Field Seeds have become so plentiful he has to of all kinds, in season.as well as the continuously shifting his belt best Patent Blue Ribbon and Second be buckle. Patent Red Rose Flour, If in need of Corn, Hay, Oats.Dix-io two-foot Tile for wells, Rock Salt, Stock and Poultry Remedies, wo are prepared to furnish you as cheap as like articles are to be bad elsewhere, If not cheaper. Call and let us quote you before buying. W. E. ELLIS & BRO., The Produce Men, 3 13 Hartford, Ky. Note Cash always paid for Poultry and Eggs. Thomas A. Fowler Victim of Heat. Mr. Thomas A. Fowler, of Houston, Texas, died at his home in the forenoon of August 9th. Mr. Fowler was overcome by the heat. It Is not known how long he survived after being stricken. The deceased leaves surviving, a wife and four small children. The widow, Mrs. Fowler was formerly Miss Margaret Davidson and a sister of our townsman, Mr. VJ. E. Davidson. Mrs. Fowler formerly resided here and taught In the schools of Ohio county for a short time before her marriage to Mr. Fowler, whp.m she met while on a visit to her sister In Galveston, Texas. When the cartoonist got to talking the other night at the Chautauqua about old Man Skicem, of 10 and 15 per cent discount fame, a very good friend of ours tried to sneak behind our chair. No, I am not going to telTyou whether It was A. Petty, Booker Riley or Mut Hunter. Albert Rial says he noticed in a paper the other day where one of two fellows in the ice business pro- WYSOX COUPLE MARRY fessed religion and after that, the AT THE YEISER HOUSE newly made convert would have nothing to do with the business, except drive the team with the Ico wagon. Albert doth further depose, saying that Harold Holbrook is still weighing ice and not much prospect of his becoming actively Identified with any of the local churches until cold weather sets In. Jailer W. P. Mldkiff was allowed the sum of $372.50 on account of services from June 13th .to August 8th. Cost and claims amounting to $147.50 in the W. C. Overton, et al., motion for new road were allowed. W. C. Blankenship, C. O. C. .C, was allowed the sum of $118.16 on account of services to date. S. O. Keown, Sheriff, was allowed $298.35, on account of cost and fees due him as said Sheriff. J. J. Robinson was allowed the sum of $25.00 on account of paying traveling expenses of George Robinson from Hartford to Sherman, Tex. The pay roll on account of labor upon the Hartford and Morgantown State aid road for the month of July, amounting to $1,870.73 was filed, approved and ordered paid. The court adjourned at noon 'yes terday to Inspect the Hartford and Morgantown road which Is being. Improved under the State aid plan.. The court will convene this morning for completion of the present session. - y, o, I c, Prices You'll Enjoy. Under special arrangements wo aro In position to make you the following wholesale prices F. O. B. Louisville: 100-lb- s. $7.75 Cane Sugar s. Can Pure Hog Lard. . . . 7.00 1.20 IS Packages Ooatmeal 4.00 1 box Ivory Soap .. .50 1 bag Oyster Shell, 50-lgood looso Coffee, per lb. .12 Flencr. heavy syrup 1 case 1.05 sliced Pineapple, doz Claude Shultz and Aaron T. Profs. You can save money by ordering Ross have been elected or employed as President and Vice President, re- in quantity lots. Above prices cash. spectively, of the Beaver Dam High Bring your orders to ILER'S GROCERY, School. They succeed Profs. Still-we- ll Hartford, Ky. and Tunner, who were In charge last year. MARRIAGE LICENSE ISSUED Miss Marlam Likens and Messrs. SINCE OUIt LAST REPORT Edward and Frank Likens, daugho ter and sons of Hon. G. B. LiCorbet Wells, Taylor Mines, to kens, arrived from Frankfort with Hobdy, Taylor Mines. their housekeeper, Mrs. Leva Mount Arthur Lee Edwards, Fordsvllle, yesterdays. They will reside In the to Magnolia Crowe, Fordsvllle. dwelling now occupied by R. T. ColOlaton, to William Schroader, lins and family on Washington street. Mary A. Peach, Hartford, II. 2. Thomas G. Taylor, Wysox, to AnMr. Byron Miller, of Colorado, Fordsvllle, this county, nie E. Vaught, Wysox. formerly of II. Cllne', Huff, Edmonson, County, wus struck and Instantly killed by laBt Sunday. The deceased Ky., to Mrs. Sarah E. Oiler, Fordslightning was a nephew of Sheriff S. O. vllle, aged 70 and G8 respectively. . Cal P. Keown Keown. SEEDS. and Capt. J. O. Keown, of Hartford. Best Quality Field and Grass was struck while out on Mr. Miller Seeds, German Millet, Red Top, Kenhis farm near Denver. tucky Blue Grass, White Sweet Clo: ver, Red Clover, AUlke Clover, For Sale. Timothy aud, NorthGood 120 acre farm on Rough Crimson Clover, 60 ern Recleaned White Rye. River, 3 miles west of Hartford. It pays Don't sow cheap seeds. acres Jn cultivation; other 00 acres to sow the best and We and Mo Apply, Improved. woodland. have a fresh stock In our house. 'T1NSLEY & BARNETT, W. E. ELLIS & BRO. 4t4 Hartford, Ky. 50-lb100-lbs.01-llff Miss Annie E. Vaught and Mr. Thomas C. Taylor, both of Wysox, were quietly married at the Yelser Rev. B. House yesterday morning. W. Napier performed tho ceremony. The young couple left yesterday afternoon for Wysox where they will make their home. Both the participants in the wedA certain lawyer, a "bully good fel- ding are of prominent Ohio county low of this town, came Into The Re- families and the news that they have publican office the other day in a formed a partnership is of much inrather joyous and hilarious mood terest. with roses In both cheeks. He was AND W. O. K., nothing at all the matter with II. P. TAYLOR 8. TINSLEY HONORED him, but some how the whole blamed office force wanted to accompany this II. P. Taylor and W. S. Tlnsley, of good fellow back to his office. When appointed from to leave every one of us Hartford, have been he started Ohio county to escort President Wil got out and on tho street. It apto Hodgenvllle peared to dawn upon each of us at son from Louisville when ho formally receives the Lin about the same time, as to what the for the United States Govother had in mind. Wo nil, shamefac- coln farm September 4. The visit 'jnlet-l- y ernment edly returned to tho office and no way political a Democrat went to work and so far nothing being In and Republican have been selected has been said about the matter. from each county. Both Mr. Taylor and Mr. Tlnsley It is rumored that C. O. Hunter have signified their Intention of ac contemplates embarking in the Chau- cepting tho invitation. tauqua business. Owen confidentially admits to his most Intimate friends that he has been on one side or the other of somo very nice little scoops, financially, In these and other sorts of public entertainments. . Fiscal Court Sleets. The Ohio County Fiscal Court with John B. Wilson, County Judge presiding, and Justices Ed Shown, S. W. Leach, S. L. Fulkerson, R. C. TIchenor, W. S. Dean, Wlnson Smith, t. t. ni.A nwA n W 'Pnvlni" ttrnaftnt. by order of adjournment from July 4J tl Alton a i mo 21, lyio, mei Hi llin vumi huuoo Tilt court transacted quite u bit of busi ness of which the following Is a portion: n the dutv of freemen, the duly of patriots, the duly of American with red blood in their veins, to ee IT .... nnr1 la ..A, In anaalntl THE BATTLE CRY OF PEACE 'This call to artm agalnit tear u n inspired reveiauon written by J. Stuart Blacktop and Droduccd under h personal eupervuion. T. II. Bonton, County Road Engl, neer. filed his pay roll datlug from July 5, to August 9, 1910 amount was ing to $1,402.99. Said pay-ro- ll approved and allowed In Cull. Tho J. L.Caso Threshing Machlno Co., of Racine, Wis., was awarded steam road contract for ono ten-to- n roller with 12 barrel sprinkler attachment at the prlco of J2.673.75. Tho abovo named company waa also HEAVER DAM OPERA HOUSE, Reaver Dam, Ky., AnKua II, 1U1U. LIVES ALONE ON SHORE OF LAKE CHICAGO wonniES for sand AND KOHK8TS. TELLS GHUi IHMKKTS CITV dunks "DIANA" STORY 3VtfI of Jaivo for Nature nntl Docs Not Care to Kntcrtnln Visitors Just Now. OaJt Hill, Ind., Aug. 6. Hero the shores of Lake Michigan, in on the nhllo8onhl2ed about life, but her phi losophy only draws tho veil of mys tery more closely about her. Theso facts, however, she admits. Her name Is Alice Gray. She grad uated from University of Chicago in 19031 held a secretaryship In a largo publishing house, and It was pre dicted she would follow a literary career. Ono day weariness of tho world overtook her. A red Mexican blan ket that adorned her collcgo den, a few clothes, and her pay envelope with "just a few dollars In it" were tossed Into a grip. Caino to Dunes. She had heard of tho Sahara-lik- e sand dunes that drift along tho lake shore. To tho dunes she came. Thcro was no human habitation In sight. Only tho birds gavo her welcome. In a dugout sho spread her blan TIIK UAGGKDV MAN He works Oh, tho raggedy maul for pa, An' he's tho goodest man ever you saw. Ho comes to our houso every day An' waters the horses nn' feeds 'cm hay, An' ho opens the shed, and' we all is laugh When ho drives out our little old wabblely calf An' men of our hired girl says ho can Ho milks tho cow for 'Llzabuth Ann. Ain't he a awful good rngge-man- ? man! theory to be untrue, ns ho has found several snnkes which gave no sound when he drew near them. Hoover feeds the snnkes herbs and other natural food, which he takes from the woods, and occasionally gives them a treat In the form of ground moles or mice. He fattens them before killing. Rattlesnake hunting Is quite profitable, as both hide and oil command a good price Wllllamsport (Pa.) Dispatch Philadelphia Record. s ARMV TO USE AMERICAN GUN NOW .MADE KOK IIIUTISII ' HOTEL POWMM .WASMGI01 Otto C. Martin Attorney at La,y 1 D.C. lOtELOrAMERICAN IDtALS bound, th Jiit--v I HARTFORD, KY. Will praotlce his profession In this and adjoining counties. CommcrcUU nd Criminal Practice a Specialty. T, WAIIKHTUATTON Cromwell, Ky UTTOO. MAIITIH llnrtlord, Ky. In"aclty where food hotels Powhatan heads the ' countrymen, It U'firtnOliOiurUjoUtt r Throughout the European war an Raggedy! Raggedy! Raggedy automatic rifle, Invented a few years ago by Llcut.Col. I. N. Lewis of the coast artillery corps, has been employed with remarkable success by the British and Belgian land mid aerial forces. Chiefly because of tills. It Is assumed, the War Department at Washington Is once moro turning its attention to the Instrument and this time will In all probability adopt It for the use of our troops. The piece Is of marked simplicity and embodies cerIn construction tain advantageous points not pros- -' ent In other machine guns. One of its outstanding features Is that it can bo handled In much the same manner as an ordinary Held rifle, and when used In this capacity Is supplied with a buttstock Instead of the spade handle that Is employed when It weighs tho weapon Is mounted. approximately 25 pounds and can j fire 440 shots a minute this Includ-- 1 lng the time spent In changing maga- - j zincs. There are only C2 parts, and the design Is such that tho point of a bullet unlocks ench portion of the mechanism, entirely obviating the need of special dismantling tools. It , and so effectively that Is auxiliary barrels arc not required firing. The even for rifle Is described, with illustrations, In the August Popular Mechanics Magazine. d, long-continu- n STRATT0N & MARTIN Attornoy8 nt Law CROMWELL, - KY. Will practice Uicir profession in this and djolnlng counties. Collections. Commercial and Criminal Practice Prompt and vigorous Specialty. service- - Notary in offieo. MaHwwMMMOMMMMEMXM foothills of high sand dunes, in a wilderness of pine trees and Junglo of marshes, miles beyond echo of liu-a- n voice, I found "Diana of the Dunes," Alice Grany, University of Chicago graduate, who, since last October, has spoken less than a dozen times to human creatures! Diana of mythology was known to the Romans as the chaste goddess plana the huntress. Sho hated men and went into the wilderness to live in virgin purity. This "Diana" in the flesh I found hedged from the world by two miles of almost lnpenetrable sand drifts And it was and boggy marshes. through these drifts and marshes that the first woman to pene-.traI traveled the sanctuary of this modern world Diana, who'has Just been discovered by fishermen In solltudo as deep as the solitude of Alexander Selkirk on his desert isle. Hut Empty. It was dawn when I came upon her retreat in the dunes. The hut was empty, but a bed of green boughs.and two sinister revolvers on the foot of the bed was assurance I had found the hermit's hiding place. When a smiling strong, lithe, clear-eyeyoung woman, bare legged as a nymph, hair cut boy fashion, face sunkissed to a deep brown, sprang through tho pine scrubs I knew I had found "Diana." A single garment was her only at tire. She brushed through the pines surprise and terror flashing In her eyes. "Who are you, please?" she demanded. "I must not sec strangers. I bad hoped nobody would find me te d, ket. says "and dugout was too cold," she I found this hut. "Everything I havo hero, this chair, this cap I wear, theso tins, are driftwood, drifted in from the "Tho lake I, too am driftwood. "I cot sail's cloth from a fisher man and made this thing I wear. I that looked got rid of everything like tho city. Reduces Cost of Living. "The fishermen who live way up the beach sometimes bring some ex tra food from town, and I buy It from tiinm. Farmer boys sell me eggs. I have reduced the cost of living to almost nohlng 10 cents a day at most. "Some day I suppose I'll want to go back. But tho city can never give me what the wilderness, has given me peace of mind, and tho strength of mind to live alone." SALVAGING OK TIIK W'y the raggedy man he's 1st 80 good He splits the klndlln' an' chops the wood, An" nen he spades In our garden, too, An' does most things 'at boys can't do. Ho clumbed clean up In our big tree An' shooken a apple down for mo An' nother'n, too, fcr the raggedy man, Ain't he a awful kind raggedy man? Raggedy! Raggedy! Raggedy roan! An' the raggedy man, he knows most rhymes An' tells 'em, ef I bo good, sometimes. Knows 'bout glunts an' grlffuns and elves 'at An' tho Squldlglcum-Snuee- s, swallers therselvcs! An' wlte by the pump in our pasture lot He showed me the hole 'at tho Wunks is got, 'At lives 'way deep In tho ground an' can Turn Into me or 'Llzabuth Ann! Ain't he a funny old raggedy man? RaEgeciy! Raggedy! Raggedy man! TFie TowliaUn It rrfineJ. elusive, and restful, lit excellent location on Pennsylrama Avenue, 18th and It Streets, makes it a desirable headquarters (or bridal couples, tourist parties, conventions. Schools and I colleges. The Powhatan"" attracts " the people of culture and education. Its proximity to State, War and Navv Departments, alto to man points ol historical interest, makes this hotel especially atdiscriminating pubtractive to I0.ETAYL0R.CE Beaver Dam. Ky. ; Highway and Drainage Design. with detached bath at II. SO. '2.00 and up. Rooms with private balk, $2.10, J1.00 and up. "Write for tootlet with mspj " lic The Powhatan" oSera "room " DR. 0. E. HART SURGEON IlKAVISR DAM, KY. ,, 9J prorolt.J obtst.wl VETERINARY Office CLIFFORD O JJanajtr, M. LEWIS. g).i,l,l,illll,;,,i,MM,M.fl3l James Taylor's Livery Darn. filrz.- - Cii jraa tii TRADC-MARH- l ESi & la. '. PRIZE SHIP "WAIiKURE" If HUMERI II I tUAju PATCNTO kllcuntrii,cruo (., THAT PAY. alvenetJ.ni thorourfUy, at our i;nM. and"lu Jon to mkoam. S?nl moJtt. ibotocr skttch for FREE rtnrt TO jfwV pnrtlr. co lalmUMUty. SUR PASSING RZFCFlCNCCa. for fr Ouk! itooi on iTtniM lltrnti writ to BOS-BO- B S Remain Mystery. "I am sorry they call me the 'hermit' and the 'mystery woman,' " she eaid. "We are all mysteries to somebody or other. I must remain a mys tery to the public for a time. I came here to the wilderness to seek well to seek myself. "I was working In Chicago, mak ing little in tho way of money, do ing little of Importance In the world, it seemed. I had measured myself with the world the results were I came here to Jiot encouraging. measure myself with nature. "I found a cave here in the hills spread my blanket, slept under the .stars, and communed with myself. I began to live. I have had ten glorious months. I have no worries about work, about tho dally grind of living and doing. I am free." Admits Few Facts. "Diana" And so the modern-worl- d Mu-- t here." It took some time to assure her of my good intentions, and of the pub lic interest In her strange adven Jure. JiUSBAMO SAVED Slopped Most Terrible Suffering by Getting Her Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta- ble Compound. Penieon, Texas. "After my little glrJ was bom two year3 ago I began suf IIIUIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiHIl fering with icmalo trouble and could hardly do my work. I was very nervous ging on until last summer when I got where I could not do my work. I would have a chill every day and hot flashes and dizzy spells and my head would al most burst I got where I was almost A walking skeleton and life was a burden to me until ono day my husband's stepsister told my husband if he did not do gomething for me I would not last long tn& told him togetyour medicine. Sohe got Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound for me, and after taking the first three doses I began to improve. I continued its use, and I have never had any female trouble since. I feel that I owe my life to you and your remedies. They did for me what doctors could not do end I will always praise it wherever I go." Mrs. G. 0. Lowebv, 419 W.Mon ttrey Street, Denison, Texas.' Jf you are suffering from any form of female ills, get a bottle of Lydia . Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and .conimenco the treatment without delay. but just kept drag- After being seized by the French as a prize and later sunk in the harbor at Papeete when that port was 4 bombarded early In tho war, tho Funston's Offer to Help. "Walkure" is German steamship George Marvin In the World's again in service, this time registered Work tells the following Interesting This unusual as the "Republic." one time when story of Candldo Aguilar who Is now story of ship salvaging Is told In the The raggedy man Secretary of Foreign Relations for GUARANTEED SERVICE he Magazine. August Popular Mechanics y for the Carranza Government, but was In One hundred per cent Interesting views accompany the ar- Was makln' a little bow 1914, when United States troops un- - ) me value. Special work for W. ticle. you're big like your dcr Gen. Frederick Funston were oc- O. W. It will be remembered that while Says, pa"When cupylng Vera Cruz, commander of j is, W. F. STEVENS, being shelled by the Tahitlan was store like the Mexican army lying between that Hartford, Ky. R. F. D. 7. cruisers In September, 1914, Air you go' to keep a fine German port and Mexico City. "In his own . Representing Continental wui his Hnfomlors nnened tne i. an wear fine name, as 'general of the ConstituMarble & Granite Co. kure's" 8ea cocks In order to prevent An' be a rich merchant tional forces, he several times de- -' clothes. rested on tne uov Its recapture. It you go to be, goodness manded, two years ago, the lmme- tom until finally sold to a San Fran- Er what air knows? dlatc retirement of Gen. Funston and : bid it in for the cisco firm, which An I say, " 'M go' to be raggedy his brigade from Vera Cruz. Final- -' mere pittance of $29,000 more than Womum "Wants ' ly, Aguilar sent his messenger wlth man! a year later. I'm 1st go' to be a nice rag- a note to Funston which ran approx The ship was raised without diffiimately as follows: 'I am sorry to say-tha- t gedy man!" hastily overhauled and made culty, I am no longer able to restrain Raggedy! Raggedy Raggedy cargo conwater-tigh- t, loaded with my troops and I therefore take tho man! of copra and nitrate, sisting partly liberty of suggesting your ImmediJames Whitcomb Riley. and taken to San Francisco under its FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE -. M ate withdrawal.' The profit from the niDissolved in water for douches stops) own steam. "Gen. Funston withdraws very pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflamwas only a A Hacking Cough Weakens the Sjs-tetrate cargo alone, which poorly. But even though he cannot mation. Recommended by Lydia E. third of the whole load, was sufficient Don't suffer with a hacking cough talk Spanish he speaks the language Pinlcham Med. Co. for ten years. salto offset the purchase price and A bearing that has weakened your system get fluently. He turned tho dispatch sore throat wonder for natal catarrh, and sore ayes. Economical. vaging cost of the vessel. King's New Discovery, around and wrote across the face of Hu citrftEMiy cleaasma. and ffensKxlal twwrr. While it was undergoing a hasty a bottle of Dr. I Suckle Sua. all diuirfi. cr ralfil l If you over 40 years, and benefiting It: 'My Dear General: Vil. TliPilonTi!rtCcnrnr. Botlcn. MtMV but general overhauling by gangs of In use use plno can't hold your own troops, allow me it, the soothing the all who Francisco, shipwrights at San to help you, because I can. Funsowners of the steamer received num- balsam with tar heal the Irritated air purchase. passages soothes the raw spots, ton.' " ilBMA, oven 05 YCAns erous large offers for Its CX PERICNCE Owing to the serious shortage of bot- loosens the mucous and prevents . toms, shippers were willing to pay racking the body with coughing. Dr. natalmost anything within reason to get King's New Discovery induces FOR FLETCHER'S approximately ural sleep ami aids nature to cure it. It was sold for I 2 - "you $1,000,000, nearly all of which rep resented net profit. TriADE Marks Electrical Music Teacher. -- Designs A student of electrical engineerrTfWa sketchCopyrights &c. Tho Mexican Soldier's Equipment. ing at Purdue University nr.il tecr rtlon may Antone scnllnj has perfectqnl klr mxrertum cmr cnuit. ti free Cwhether a.i The mounted riflemen is the stand- ed what inmuiilriu iiiTriiiirn la rriilinl.tr pniem 1ft authorities on music teachliAt.DBaCK cnl'ateuu liniitKtticl Tiomiitciiit il. ard of the Mexican army. It may bo ing believe to be a complete solution tt iMrm. millrrn. taUcir aiirti-j- r i fcr mjoiimij: Co. receive .v.uim inrcuu-lIV.'.nt interesting to know of just what ho of ntclalr.olkr, lt)uutcliri.c, la tie the difficulties encountered In tho consists, gays tho World's Work. In practical teaching readof motif-wis- e Scientific JUitericai), tho first place, he bestrides a wiry, ing of music. The apparatus deA handsomely Hlni'trali-welT. JjiruMt elr. pony, shod In front or Mexican-bre- d cnlalKMi uf inr srlenllUa Journal. Term., f3 h World by ronr: lour raontl'i, II. tiuMbyiill newsdealer". weighing from scribed in tho Electrical not shod at all, and means of which the solution has MUNN&Co.36B'M"''KewYork 700 to 900 pounds, which he man been accomplished Is a luancls Office. iSi V BU Waabliifioh, U. U device for In- FARM LANDS and City Residences In fairly good condi ages to keep are now selling nt a low cost, stantaneously flushing note groups tion. There would be ono sore back on a screen by means of manually but don't expect It to bo so alon the Mexican side to ten on our3. operated push ways. If you ever expect to own buttons and miniasaddle and Ho rides a $20 stock your farm or your home now Is lamps. Tho range of sleeping blanket acrosi ture electric throws his the time to buy. the Instrument Is an octavo and a 0 tho cantle. He carries a half. Motifs containing any num- WE HAVE several farms listed In Wnchester If ho can get it, or a bers of notes up to five many be Ohio county and they can bo Mauser or some other rifle if ho can- flashed by pressing tho lettered push had for reasonable prices and not, and he carries all tho ammuni buttons corresponding to tho notes liberal terms. If wo do not jm tion he can possibly get his hands desired. have tho particular farm you de- I feCAM. PATTFBNS Is plentiful ho will bo on. When it Celebrated tar style, perfect fit, simplicity an! sire we will make efforts to get L reliability nearly 40 years. Sold in ncarla adorned with from 200 to 400 rounds e ery city and town In the United States ana He Fattens RattleMiakes. it for you. Canada, or by mail direct. More sold thaa wound In belts all around his of it, William R. Hoover forest ranger in If any other make. Send (or frc catalogue. pom person and festooned about tho IF YOU want to move to Hartford IMcCALVS MAGAZINE Greens Valloy, has developed a good Jtlore subscribera than any othci lashloa whero our children will have tho mel of his saddle. In adltlon to this business in rattlesnake oil and hides. magazine million a month. Invaluable. LaU is often long-rang- e preparedness he advantage of a good high school ess siyici. patterns, orcsimBmnir, muuncryt He captures the reptile alive, and has cliln i en wg, uncy nccaicworK.najiuTcssing, notify us. Wo have houses and fortified with a machcto and about become quite adept at tho nervy occttauctte. rood stories, etc. Only 0 cents a year (worth double), Including a free pattern. one-fift- h of his command will carry cupation. Within tho last week or two lota for sale and believe you can tiuDScrioe luoay, or sena lor simple copy. Officers carry about tho ho has added two largo snakes to his revolvers. select one from our list to your ONDEKFUL INDUCEMENTS rarely to Agents. Postal brings premium catalogua liking. same equipment and arms and collection, and places no moro imand new cash prixaoflera. Address encumber themselves with field glass- portance to tho performance than If WE HAVE a comfortablo homo In m H cCUl CO. 8 to til IV. J71B St, HtW YOU compasses. Tho extreme es, mans or ho had been rabbit hunting. One Hartford, modem Improvements mobility of these brigades Is duo to of tho snakes has ten rattles and tho and a good garden in cultivaThey Impediments. their lack of other has eight. Tho older reptllo tion for salo or rent. PInco dispense with tents, wagons, field Is about three feet and threo inches rents for II 0 a month. appliances and, desks and sanitary iu length and has an abnormally living on the country or from rail- thick body. fiertsafesn n n road trains, transport llttlo or no Call on or address Hoover makes his captures by forage or rations. placing a forked stick over the head of tho snake and pinning It to the Succeed v.hcn evcrythlug else falls. English Judges havo held courts ground. lie then forces a wtro loop TINSLEY & BABNETT In nervous prostration and female In their bedrooms, under the trees over tho head of tho reptile, and has weaknesses they are the supremo Ileal Estate Agents, remedy, as thousands have testified. at Hampstcad and in express trains, it tight. Hoover says that it is a TOR KICNtY. LIVER AND whllo a former Vlco Chancellor once mistaken idea that rattlesnakes will Kentucky. pr;mtrwl nn fnlntirtlnii whlln tread STOMACH TKGUSLE sound a warning rattle when IU1WUD it ie the beet medicine ever uold Ilepubllcan Office. His late experience with over a mptii't's eount.. . m,.. j Unrnftft. Qoth Phono, the ruttlor trihe has prored the old WTfflTTn -- Oa-Uti 'n'-orrI i 11 Sovanth Otrsnt, HaninuTun, u. c. frajf WILL YOU TAKE OUR GERMINAL REMEDY A Trtitaenl Eyery I Inr Id. I lirrJ. run tloNTQ leellnr. coughs, palna In chest, nltht sweats, hemor- .l..-- .. ..! !.. n. rn.iiimnllnn. It II doK . . VW. W..U ?WW .. Lock Box CIO GO. OHIO MEDICAL COLUMBDP O. A mo..!!(nMC ..!..t, fcW k:r 'for WEAK LUNGS or CONSUMPTION. MONTH KILLtheCOUChI and CURE the LUNCSl rr. Dr. King's New Discovery WITH ChilcLren Cry C ASTO R A iffira i d UHUKr F0RC8i!8K3 On TrU tVituerrttl rnicn m. A ti AND ALL THR0T ABO LUNGT80USLF.S. QUAHANTKED 8AXISFACTU2H Oil MONEY ItEFUNDED. Real Estate! - .ilvreilt huuvumuiiwit,,;.! draU2 0 how to obtain luiUula, Inula m xlfk'e, xpjryi.u.cic. ,N m COUNTR C3. Ptu'irutt dirttlniUh H'atkbigloH tJiei limiA momty ana pj,fl urfauni. rittntind Infrlrrtmtnt Practlci uciutireiy. Vr.ta or corn to us at T1S IliaUi Etrnt, star Valud tukt ruat Ofic, I WASHINGTON. D.C. luA-'- t, PROCURED AMD DCFEHDEn,""""".! 30-3- 'i ii M il J i'ir lOwftriS E68l,&,,i3f(i!Brt POPUIMMCHANICS ALAGAZINB 300 - ILLUSTRATIONS World's Progress In Mechanics and Invention. For Father and Son and All lh m ........ .- - hdivbIh Kamit v. Ir r, --- -.- uiaiiciasses uia ana xoung Mennna women It Is the Farorlto Maaulue la thousand of homes throughout tlio world. Uurroxsi turrrsuonaeuie aro conttantir on tna wmxn for tbiuss now and tutorestlim and it la ARTICLES-300 IfEnP Informed of tho Engineering. Ilia Sbap Natv CXMrlmwtt (20 1'hh) contains tor the f ractlcal Uinta (or Hiiop or It uud 'ujr Isriusn to Aa tlilni.. umninl li llnniMwaia Amauur Mth.nlc. (17 1'iw for tba lto) ano UlrlswhollkatonisietbiuKiOollsuowtamakeMIre' BINQUC COPIES. ISc St.SOPERVCAR Or4r tnm sw mwImIw r aut tnm lb iAUIm amni copy vlM bo snt on raquaat. 3 Written So You Can Understand It Hartford, rnr"" POPULAR MECHANICS MAGAriNC No. MkHvw Ahum, CHICAGO y FARM DEPARTMENT Injure Kncli Other. YIkh clean In so wet a year. His lambs did tho 'work, and thoy not only Un-l'kept tho fields clean of grass and weeds, but made some splendid gains. One should not get tho Idea that sheep are never to be ted anything but weeds. It they are considered only as scavengers they probably will not ho as successfully kept as It they are given a fair chance with other farm animals. No other animals, however, will cat so many different kinds of weeds, and lambs are tho only animals that can be turned Into a corn field without doing damage krrp them free from Infection. Dull to tho crop. Lambs can also bo uoso Is a fatal dls';r.e. Once ihi UBed to harvest tho wasto in stubble lioge got It they may as well bo fields and along roadsides. killed." There Is no nioro convenient source of fresh meat on tho farm in tho sum-i- n ItalLnn In llrrtt Ileo. or season than tho lamb. Thoy 'i lie Italian has romo to bo con- furnish two crops both wool and meat. Some think sheep aro subsidered the business bee, and In npiarlcs has superseded the ject to numerous diseases, but packnative or black bee. If not conven- ing houses statistics show that tho ient to start with Italians, however, percentage of sheep condemned Is colonics of black bees may bo read- less than that of any other business. Thirty or forty owes can easily bo ily Italianized by tho Introduction of Italian queens. Whlto clover and kept on tho avorago farm without buckwheat furnish the bulk of the having to rcduco tho other stock. Hogs As Money Makers. honey In this state, though basswood, Thero are not nearly enough hogq rfripberry, golden-roalfalfa and numerous other plants contrlbuto to raised in tho territory outsldo of tho season's crop. Tho amount of tho corn belt. There Is a mistaken time that he can devote to their care idea that hog raising cannot glvo and tho bee pasture availablo should profitable return in tho other sections largely determine the number of of tho country, though it has been colonies that one should undertake proven that pork can bo mado as tokeop. As In most now projects cheaply In tho South as anywhere in tho amateur will do well to go slow- tho world. In fact, corn, when used ly until experience has demonstrated as an excluslvo grain feed, does not his qualifications for the work and glvo satisfaction in product and Is not generally profitable. In Its wild the suitability of his surroundings. state the hog is omnivorous, which He means simply How Many Nulls Aro Needed? feeds upon roots, nuts, fish, grass, Tho quantity of nails required for ( grain, fruit, snakes and most of tho different kinds of work Is as fol- weeds. When we shut our hogs up I lows: In a pen and give them but one feed, For 1000 shingles, allow 51 pounds we have cut them off from their nory or 4314 pounds for throe-penn- y. mal tendency to select from a variety of substances suited to their For 1000 laths, 7 pounds three- needs. penny fine or 10 pounds for 100 Any locality whsro clover can be nquaro yards. grown, or alfalfa, peas, beans; or For 1000 square feet beveled sid barley, or wheat, oats, rye, or corn, ings, 18 pounds will bo favorable for successful por. For 1000 square feet sheating, 20, production. Add the dairy . n ii-. o or oe icu-yo- nn pounds eiEiu-peiui- y and you can have the highest ny. grado of pork at the minimum cost. For 1000 square foot tlorlng, 30 In fact, we of tho South, with our y or 40 pounds eight-penn- y leguminous pastures, our mild clitwenty-pennD pounds and mate and long outdoor life, should For 1000 square feet studding, 15 grow tho pork of the country. The y and 5 pounds expense of shelter and winter feedpounds twenty-penning lessons hero, and wo havo generby For 1000 squaro feet ally an abundance of water. centers, 9 2 inch furring In Denmark they know, as we do or 14 pounds pounds eight-penn- y not yet seem to know, the great value of barley in making prime pork. by For 1000 squaro feet Danish bacon is greatly sought after centers, 7 2 V4 Inch 'furring in tho English markets. It Is mainor 10 pounds ly a product of barley and dairy bypounds cight-ponn- y Wherover barley can be products. cheaply grown In tho United States Turn Sheep in Corn Field. and fed with the legumes cowpeas, This Is tho time of tho year when velvet beans, peanuts, etc. then the man with tho Bmall farm flock should farmers supply the demand can begin to use the lambs to har- for a share in tho pork export trade. vest the weeds and grass In tho Of course, It Is well to toed corn or corn field. Early lamb3 should bo other concentrated feed in addition wihed in July and the corn field to this roughage. When hogs are turned Into a standmakes a convenient placo to turn Some care must be exercis ing field of mature or nearly mature thorn. ed in gutting them used to tho new grain, such as wheat, barley, peas, feed, and It would bo better to turn j or corn, and aro allowed to feed there them in only an hour or so at a timo at will until tho crop Is consumed, Ci to d, four-penny. -. ten-penny. ten-penny. -12-Inten-penn-16-lnten-penn- Injuries Inflicted upon each other hy plKH whllo feeding nro n rourcc o( considerable) loss to the animal In r.lmndry department of Kansas filly, Is the statement of Hay Oatowood, Instructor in' animal husbandry in tiro agricultural coIIorc, ' " I16 tusks of small pigs aro very ahurp" and while fighting over their food they lacerate each other about the mouth. This would not be so eorkuiH If It wcro not for the 'bull nose' Infection In the pens," says Mr. Gatenood. ' We attempted to avoid the tnw-lil- o ly pulling tho tuik3 of a number of tho pigs, but thin ikes not always at first, lengthening the tlino until there Is no further danger. A farmer having a small flock stated last summer that his corn fields that season were tho wonder Thoy could not underof passers-by- . stand how ho had kept his corn so the process In called "hogging off" lor "hogging down" tho crop. This may seem a wasteful practice, but MOOSK PARTY DEAD, SAYS RORIN8, NOW VOK HUGHES jwhero thoro is good management It Chicago, Aug. 5. Raymond Rob-In- s, is iust tho reverse. It saves the cost chairman of the Progressive of harvesting the crop, which goes National Convention and candidate jto market on tho hogs' legs Instead of tho Illinois Progressives for Unitof being first cut, then cured, then ed States Senator in 1914, announcDy this meth- - j ed stacked, then hauled. that he would support .f o "W i.vb UU Atl fulm.. Ui a..Ii tn lUO IUMU1 r9 Ml " Mia fined la Charles Evans Hughes, Republican also reduced, slnco "hogging off" Is nominee for President; declared that practiced during tho busiest season of It was "manifest" that tho Progrestho year and at a tlmo when It Is sive party was dead, and asserted desirable) that little attention bo that "wise and sincere Progressives" given hogs. Turned Into a maturo should Join with the Republicans In field and provided with shade, water the "common struggle for social and and salt, the hogs require very Uttlo Industrial Justice In tho city, State other attention. Other advantages and nation." to be found In "hogging off" aro that In tho statement, which was advegetable matter Is Increased In tho dressed to tho Progressives of tho soil; manuro is pretty evenly distrib- country, Mr. Robins said: It uted, and tho hogs got exercise. "We Progressives stand at the pays nevor to allow hogs to cease cross-road- s. 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If you aro neck, backacho, stings, bites and tho still in doubt, find some man who The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.60 many accidents that are Incidental to has served his four years In the Phila vacation. "Wo would as soon leave ippines. Ho knows. Harry II. our baggage as to go on a vacation Dunn, in Cartoons Magazine. or camp without Sloan's Liniment." Writes one vacationist: "We uso It for everything from cramps to tooth" I ache." Put a bottle in your bag, bo 2 prepared and havo no regrets. For Infants and Children USELIV-VER-LA- X THE Years In Use For Over SEWING Sorry She Spoke. MACHHNB Two girl friends mot In the street Always bears ttie OF and stopped to shako hands. Signature QUALITY. "So glad to see you, Grace," said Alice. "Was Just on tho tallor-mad- o my v.ay to ask you, as my oldeat Switched Hint Off. NOT friend, to bo ono of my brldcsmaldn." "I am not rich llko you," said tho lovely! I did SOLD "Bridesmaids: How young, strong re vouiik man, "but I am May I speak UNDER not know you were engaged," and willing to work. ANY pllod Graco. to your father?" OTHER Fcclirljrht oil tho time. Don't lay oflT "It'3 sudden very sudden; but "Why not?" said tho heiress. "Ho NAME. from work for days by taking calomel he's awfully in love, and Is Just too Is constantly hiring young men with keeps yor when pleasant Lie- - Vir-La- x u act?" lovely t. live. Will qualifications as you enuon your feet, while relieving your troub. WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. I'll bo charm- Just such "Act? Of courso. too, and easy to take. Don t merate." If you purchase the NKW II0ME you will le. Safer anything else. You can't afford ed. But." moving forward and -. t ha ve a life asset at tho price you pay, and will takoEliminates poisons, cleanses sysit. speaking In an undertono, "do come not ha ve an endless chain of repairs. Tho Host Laxative. tem and relieves constipation. A nat around the corner and tell me an ural remedy, natural in its actions, sura To keep the bowels regular tho . i t comes that idiotic, Quality about It. Here In its effect and certain in results. It exercise. best laxative is outdoor donkey, Jim Borton. Irrepressible won't bo long beforo Considered glass of water half an a full completely displace calomel In overt He's grinning as though he meant to Drink home.i Children can take it freely an boforo breakfast and eat an kit the atop, and I don't care to se seen talk- hour with perfect safety. Every bottle guaiv abundance of fruit and vegetables, ing to him." Cheapest antced. 60c and $1 in "bottles Nona ulso establish a regular habit and be genuine without the likeness and signr "Jim Derton! He's tho man I'm your bowels movo once tho end in sure that turo of L. K. Grigsby. For sale by going to marry!" each day. When a medlclno Is needHartford. Ky; J. H. WILLIAMS, to buy. ed take Chamberlain's Tablets. They if mu vrontaaswlneBiachlne. write 091. are pleasant to take and mild and FOR FLETCHER'S gentle In effect. Obtainable every- ear latest catalogue before you purchase. Vor peJnj In ttie back a m , where. I b Dr. MtssV Ati-f- i stripes wave wide "Why Ho Whs Out. In the course of a cricket match the other Saturday afternoon a rather amusing Incident was witnessed. One of the batsmen skied a ball between the wickets. Two of the fielders ran In to take the catch, when the batsman lost his head. Leaving his creases, he ran forward, swung his bat, and, at the risk of cracking a couple of heads, made a furious slash at the descending ball. "How's that, umpire?" was tho confident appeal of the fielding side. "Out," was the reply. "What am I out for?" demanded the batsman. "Weel," responded the umpire, cravelv. "ye're out firstly for ob structing the fleld; secondly, for hit ting the ball twice, and, thirdly, for making a conspicuous hass o' yer- s. self. 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HOME vf Children Ory O A S.XO R A TsU OHIO COUNTY COURT tp '(ho Bible. A sort of theological progressive movement to combat tho ( DEPORTED ARMENIANS EAT GRASS FOR FOOD ROWN-TRODDK- standpatters, TRIALS IN YEAR 1808 NEGRO SLAVE TRIED, ASSESSED . 00 . LASHKS UPON HIS RARE HACK. With Wall street betting two to one on Hughes It will be slow work for the Democrats to pump courage Into tho boys in the trenches. ARE , PEOPLE FORCED TO DEVOUR DEAD N In two years Europe cast fifty-fiv- e billions of dollars Into the whirlpool oio oi war, uuraunu ui mis umiui Boston. Aug. 7. Dtalls of a des in i.i. llO lilWtUll.M.fcO n At n court called and held at the lIUVCll. Will lfllll.ll i. i.,i.t,i,..,. M perato condition of deported Armcn- court house In Hartford, on Monday, general penco. v3 jans in tno degerts of Northern Ara- the 2nd day of May, 1808, for the n the Lower Euphrates Valley examination of Harry (a negro man, Whllo tho most of us act the fool ' the property of Jcsso Cravens, Sr.) for nothing Charllo Chaplin Is paid ' nre contained In a cablo dispatch on a charge of felony. Thomas Mose-le- y, six hundred thousand dollars a year ma1 Publ,c by tho American Com- for Armenian and Syrian Re- j n"eo Anthony Thompson, James Balrd, for doing It for tho movies. , The committee, says lief Sr., Esquires present. "high By request of parties ordered that A curse greater than tho loss of' the dispatch, was received thru Joshua Crowo ho, and he is hereby millions of lives and billions of diplomatic authority In Turkey, not assigned as counsel for the prisoner. wealth will attend tho closed war In ' American, reporting the testimony trustworthy witnesses over wide Charles Henderson having taken the Europe. It Is tho bitter hato oaths prscribed by law Is appointed man against man and nation against areas in me regions mumionuu. ACOrulllg lu lliu uiaiJuiuu iiiusc wh- Commonwealth's Attorney to prose- nation that will want generations to nescs havo seen famished Armenians In the present case. cute heal. "eating grass, herbs and locusts; Ordered that, court adjourn till 8 morning. of the clock If tho four hundred thousand rail- and. In desperato cases, animals THOMAS MOSELEY, J. P. way trainmen go on strlko the few found dead and human bodies are ro Court met agreeable to appoint on of us who do not own automobiles P"eu io nave ueuu cuieu. 'llioimnnu icpuneu. yesterday, Thomas Mosoley, Anthony will Just have to hook old beck to Tho dispatch continues "Tho witThompson, James Balrd, Sr., Esquires tho buggy. nesses have seen thousands of de- By request of parties. Tho present. said negro man, Harry, tho property Judging by their cuts In tho nowsi. ported Armenians under tents In of Jesse Cravens, Sr., being led to papers the advantago for firmness the open, in caravans on the march, tho bar In the custody of tho Sheriff courage and purpose is all in the descending the river In boats and In nil puases oi muir uuauruuiu uiu. and It being domanded of him whethOnly in fow Instances does the gov- er ho was guilty In manner and form alleged against as In the charges Is The fine ability, high character, ernment Issue any rations, and those ine people, inure-forhim salth that ho Is in no wise guil- and wide acquaintance of John Has quite insnmcieiu. themselves are forced to satisfy ty thereof, and for his trial putteth well Insured his nomination, but Tom himself upon his country and the Spurrier made a game flght and their hunger with food begged that Attorney on behalf of the Commonmany friends, and will bo heard scanty land or found in tho parched fields. wealth doth tho like, and thereupon from again. f. "Naturally, the death rate from Plrtle. came the jurors of tho Jury Richard Taylor, Charles Tarlton, Hughes is opening a vig- starvation and sickness Is very high General Mathlas Shults, Philip Fulkerson, orous offensive on the Western front and Increased by the brutal treatmCENTRAL GROVE. the authorities whose bearAug. 8. Bro. M. G. Snell preach if ent-.of Sr Henry Cooper, Gideon Davis, this week. ing toward the exiles as they are ed at the Baptist church at this place Joseph Barnes, David Miller, James Harsha, Solomon Davis, Thomas Paradoxal journalism. Democrat- being driven back and forth over Sunday at 11 a. m. Text: "Lovo Pinder and'Mathias Adams, who be- ic newspapers attempt to discredit the desert Is not unlike that of slave not in word and in tongue, but in ing chosen, tried and sworn the Hughes with the charge that the Ger- drivers. With few exceptions, no deed and In truth." truth of and upon the premises to mans are all for him and when they shelter of any kind Is provided and There was a large attendance at speak, do say upon their oaths that discover some lone Teuton for Wil- the people coming from a cold cli- Sunday School Sunday, being 100 he is not guilty& manner and form son herald the discovery In box car mate are left under the scorching scholars present. desert sun without food and water. as in the charge is alleged against headlines. Miss Mattle Tlchenor, of Nashville, Officers Are Paid. liim; whereupqn it Is considered by Tenn., visited her mother, Mrs. Mag "Temporary relief can only be ob- Tichenor, last week. -sal, negro, inan, tha One who writes must also watch. Harry, be acquitted of the felony A one stick notice in the Owensboro tained by the few able to pay offMiss Fannie Fisher, of McIIenry, aforesald-anthat he gothereofc with- Mesenger under heading of "Lighted icials. The misery and hopelessness was the guest of Miss Maymee Shoulsituation are such that many ders Sunday. out delay. cigarette Is cause of blaze" says it reported to resort to suicide. In being Whereupon the said prisoner Miss Gladys Everly, of Rockport, "created considerable excitement" are again led to tho bar in custody of the and that It "caused but little excite- illustrating the methods employed, spent last week with Miss Myrtle report Is made, of the gathering of a Park, here. Sheriff and being charged before the ment." group of 100 children whom they Justices aforesaid,, with willfully and Mrs. D. S. Rhonda and daughter. placed In care of an educated young Miss Audrey, of Beaver Dam, visitand maliciously making an assault in The Democratic Louisville Post . upon one Jeremiah Cravens then and says the pardon record of Governor widow from ed Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Iglehcart last "Two weeks later these children week. there being, and with a certain dead- Stanley Is the most shameful In the ly weapon called a knife of tho value history of tho State. The Post ac- were deported and from two surviv Ashby, of West ProvMrs. of twenty cents, which the said Harry cuses Stanley of special partiality to ors found further down the caravan idence, returned home Sunday, after then and there had held In his right, criminals who3e crimes were commit- route it. was learned that tho rest a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Thos. hand and then, and there willfully, ted in saloons or while the offenders had perished. The house mother, Fulkerson, of this' pjace. maliciously and fellonlously cut and were under the influence of liquor. crazed by this treatment of her Mrs. George Brunton and little stabbed tho said Jeremiah In and up- The Post knows that whisky money charges, was among the deported daughter, Ada Marjorle, of Beaver on his left breast, the prisoner be- nominated and elected Stanley and who were moving on. Boatloads sent Dam, visited Mrs. Bruntou's parents, , down the river, ar- ing sent to the bar and It being de- should not censure him for standing from Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Park, last week. -- , miles away with three- rive at manded of him whether he Is' guilty by his benefactors. Mrs. Bettle Fulkerson and daughfifths of the passengers missing.' of tho felony aforesaid or not, saith ter. Miss Lois, of Paducah, aro vis-- iting Mrs. Amanda Rowo and other that ho Is not guilty; whereupon LIEUT. McGIBNEY PROVES ' t: Beaver Dam Defeats Cromwell. CARD came the Jurors of the Jury, BEST DRAWING relatives here. Beaver .Dam, Ky., Aug. 10. The The jury waa samo as In above Mr. and Mrs. Lewls Rogers and team defeated Mr. and Mrs. Claude Brown, of Illicase), who being chosen, tried' and The Community Welfare Chautau- Beaver Dam base ball sworn the truth of and upon the qua Company closed a three day en- the Cromwell nine at Cromwell Sat nois; Mr. Will Brown and family, of Tho Matanzas, visited their brother, Mr. premises to speak, do say upon their gagement here Wednesday evening. urday by the score of 11 to 5. Apple Knockers could not handle P. M. Brown and family, of d oaths that ho is guilty In manner and The entertainment, as an average, The Thorpe's shoots while the delivery neighborhood near here, last form as in tho charge as alleged were considerably enjoyed. against htm, and assess that he re- lecture of Lieut. McGlbney on the of Stevens, Cromwell's star pitcher, week. game was ceive on his bare back 39 lashes. It European War Tuesday night prov- was pounded hard. The Mr. Vernon Bishop, formerly of and devoid of features. Score this place, but now located as agent is thcreforo considered by tho court ed to bo tho best drawing card. The slow for the Florida East Coast Railway that the prisonor Ve carried to tho Lieutenant's experiences were very by Innings: R. Co., at Enterprise, Florida, visited 12345C7 public whipping post of this county Interesting and so long a3 ho dwelt Innings friends and relatives here last week. and receive upon his tare back 39 on the situation In Europe his audi- Beaver Dam 000220 Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Rowe havo relashes well laid on and that the ence was highly pleased. The mus- Cromwell Thorpe and Ptrtle; turned to their home In Kenosha, Batteries Sheriff of this count? cnuso execution ical numbers were good, especially Wisconsin, after a visit to relatives of this sentence to bo In'llcted Imme- tho Dlxons who performed Wednes- Stevens and Hampton. Umpires Taylor and Patterson. here. They were acompauled as diately. day evening. They were repeatedTHOMAS MOSELEY, J. P. The far as Owensboro by Mr. and Mrs. ly encored by their audience. REAVER DAM DEPARTMENT. Louis Rowe, of this place. Note. Tho foregoing is an exact nald admissions foil below the guar- Aug. 8. Miss Anna Barnes en- . d tllR VPIltllTO as entered on the uiiicd mm llinin .,.l i,.vu. ... . copy of tho order Mr. Hlley Coleman,, of Texas, w.....0 tho family of Mr. L. J. Igleheart, day and dato set out. to "put up." No ar- - tortalneu wun a meaier were forced her rancements have been made for a Thursday evening In 'honor of par last week. up the STRUNG. BEADS OBRLY tfrs. Louis Brown, of this place, Is Chautauqua here next year and It is visitors. Those making (By J. II. Thomas.) ty were Misses Flora Lee Blrkhead, suffering from neuralgia of the head. likely that none will be given. Madge Porter, Leila Glenn, Nancy Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Rowe went to Messrs Centertown Wednesday of last week Merciless nature! Tho extreme on Ford and Ella McICenney; Feed Your Stock, and Poultry heat that is forcing an abundant food the best to seo their niece, little Miss Myrl get best results. Cotton Wayianu uarnes. warren rune,, crop takes at tho samo tiino a largo Seed Meal, Crushed Corn Chops, H. Shelley, A. V. Garrlott, Frank Hoflln, who Is ill. toll of human lived. Master William Corlus Stewart Northern White Oats (clipped), aim oiarsnau uurnua of Oklahoma, Miss Ruby Martin, fell on a pleco of glass recently and nran and Shipstuff, Dixie, Arab, hot us hope, that tho farcical pri- Tankage. Shells and' Grit. Distiller's is visiting friends and relatives In cut his arm considerably, but Is getmary will soon pass. Into the discard Dried Grains. We and Mo koep tho this city ting along well at present. mu Misses Edith Owen, of Louisville, of populistlsiu. best. Burko, of Grayson Gravel In Place of Stone. and Jaunlta BRO, W. E. ELLIS & 4t4 Oweusboro, Ky Aug.- 8. J. W. Springs, are the guests of Misses Ef-fl- o A short story writer digs deop In-Spurrier, county road engineer, has and Eula Mulhall this wook. to tho ribs of tho President by Tragic Applause. to "our onco proud, hut now Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Taylor enter- returned from Frankfort, whoro ho Two friends, juniors at Brown, country." d somewhat attending a French play one tained at cards Tuesday evening In was In conference with the heads of woro vmiincr whon tho leading man sud- - honor of their visitor, Miss Verna the roads department, In an effort to Thoso pros have that department approve plans Sambo Is coming Into his own. The .im.lv nnnnared boforo the curtain Whltely, of Owensboro nt wore: Misses Verna Whitley, and specifications for tho use of rivwatermelon season Is here. nn. .nn,in n tnvi lipiof remarks. ' "Why did you applado hlra so Madgo Porter, Anna Barnes and Ella er gravol In tho construction of roads mercury gyrating around vigorously his McKonney; Messrs. L,yraan layior, in this county. Tho Stato DepartWith tho when ho made tho hundrod mark wo feel Uko para- speech?" Inquired tho tall young inau Frank Barnes, Everott Likens and ment had heretofore been Insisting phrasing Sancho Panzrt with "God of his friend. Parko Taylor, and Mr. and Mrs. Por- - that the roads in tho county should bo built with stono, but the local enbless the man who Invented shade." i. "Rn Hint rmics wouiu uiinK mui i . lor uurnua. iinui mv b" wr were Berved. gineer finally Induced the department replied the lightful refreshments understood French." Why Is the defunct Progressive othor, confidentially. "What did ho Miss Anna Barnes accompanied by to permit tho uso of gravel, which has a cow snako? Becauso say?" party like her brothers, Messrs. Frank and Mar- been found to bo more serviceable after Us head was cut off Its tall still said tho remainder of his part shall Barnes, will leave Tuesday for and more easily acquired for tho "Ho wiggles. as au extonded trip through tho north roads In this county. must be takeu by an under-studwas dying." Boston Her-- ! aud cast, including Niagara Falls, his father R. Y. P. U. Institute. Much as we lovo tho Emerald Isle, aid. Montreal, Canada, Buffalo, Now York Washington and Mr. N. T. Barnes, of Louisville, Pltv. Baltimore. beneath whoso sod sleep a dozen genState Secretary of tho B. Y. P. U., Corn Crop Needs Rain. erations of our ancestors, wo see lu other noted places of interest. Jloger Casement's execution a storu Mr. and Mrs. Horace Sanderson will conduct an institute at CenterUnless Ohio county is visited with next Sunday next few wm arrive Sunday for a short visit tertown, beginning necessity. British a good ralu within the ! days the corn crop will bo greatly with Mrs. Sandorson's undo, Dr. W. night and continuing over Monday Rev. J. J, Wll-lo- t, , and Tuesday nights. Loulsvlllo minister has damaged.. Reports from Dundee say T. MCKenuey, ana mum. A' popular local pastor, will be present and Miss Mary Tyler Cook Is visiting resigned his pastorate to found a that" good sh6wers have fallen In that more closely conforming section. and friends In WUltesrillo assist. Everybody invited to attend. new church relatives . I ANIMATES. of'' - e, Miss Genera Taylor Jolnod hor there for last week-en- d and both were pleasantly entertained. Mrs. Minerva Taylor and son, Roy, and Mr, Z. Taylor, of Bowling Green, motored to this city last Saturday for or short visit 'with Mrs. Taylor's son, Mr. O. II. Taylor, and Mrs. Taylor. Tho citizens of this town were surprised to hear of tho death of Mr. Alfred Hurt at his home Monday night. The burial took place at Sunnystde cemetery Tuesday afternoon. Miss Anna Barnes entertained Friday evening with a lawn party for her visitors. Miss Flora Lee Blrkhead, of Owensboro, and Madgo Porter, of Louisville, and Mr, Warren Delightful Porter, of Louisville. punch and cake were served during the evening to tho following guests: Misses Madgo Porter, Flora Leo Blrkhead, Lolla Glenn, Nancy Ford, Katie Pendleton, Myrl Miller, Eula Mulhall, Edith Porter, Edna Williams, lone Taylor, Myra Flener, Altha Williams, Angolln Maddox, Martlnu Taylor, Bess Rcnfrow, Elizabeth Moore, Addle Taylor, Mary Stewart, Ella McKonney; Grace Williams, Messrs. Warren Porter, Estll Barnett, McDowell Foglo, A. D. Kirk, Allison Barnett, Cecil Felix, Glenn Barnes, Lee Robertson, Glenn Tlnsley, James Glenn, Parke Taylor, Eurcy Hayden, Edgar Barnard, Clifford Maddox, Everett Likens, Hauiil King, Charlie Grccnwell, Archie Davis, C. C. Watts, R. H. Shelly, A. V. Garrlott, Way-lan- d Barnes, Martin Crowdcr, Earl Chick, Carl Miller, Hlllard Doss, Frank and Marshall Barnes, Horace Miller, Lyman Taylor and Hayward this month, New Price on Ford Cars! Ford Runabout . $34500 Ford Touring Car . $360.00 F. 0. B. Detroit. Freight to Beaver Dam $18.00. E. P. BARNES Beaver Dam, Ky. BRO. HERE IS A GOOD PLACE TO STOP FOR LITTLE MONEY V Louisville Hotel, Louisville, Ky., Main St., bet. 6th & 7th The Only Hotel in Operated on the American mid European 1'liin.s. AMERICAN PLAN (With Meals) RtMinix without Rath but with Hot mid Cold Running Water. 75 Rooms single, $2.00 per day; 2 people, $2.00 each 60 Rooms single, 2.50 per day; 2 people, 2.25 each 50 Front Rooms. single, 3.00 per day; 2 people, 2.50 each Rooms with Private Ruth: 50 Rooms. ..... .single, 3.00 per day; 2 people, 2.75 each 50 Rooms single, 3.50 per day; 2 people, 2.00 each EUROPEAN PLAN (Without Meals) Itoonts without Bath but with Hot and Cold Running Water. 75 Rooms single, $1.00 per day; 2 people, JO. 75 each 50 Rooms single, 1.25 per day; 2 people, 1.00 each 50 Front' Rooms. single, 1.50 per day; 2 people, 1.25 each Room with Irlvate Bath: single, 1.50 per day; 2 people, 1,25 each 50 Rooms single, 2.00 per day; 2 people. 1.50 each 50 Rooms to-wl- jcourt-that-th- d of-th- THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Cor. Sixth and Main Sts. European Plan Only. Rooms Without Bath, $1.00 and up; Koomi Willi Prlvato Rath, $1.JM) and up Ret Hating Place in Town. The Louisville Hotel and the Old Inn are located In the wholesale district and only a walk to the retail district and theaters. LOUISVILLE HOTEL AND OLD INN COMPANY, PropH. LATEST WAR NEWS ish lines at one or two places, but were drlvu out. Wetlne.Mlay. to-wi- Elm-woo- ..220223 011 15 p. Monday. Western Front. Desperate engagements continue lu the Verdun region, notably In the vicinity of tho 'Thlaumont Work. On the Sommo the battle near Pozleres Is still In progress. Slight advances for tho British at High Wood and east of Pozleres, on the Sommo front, and by the French southwest of Estees, south of the Somme, and to the northwest of tho Thlaumont Work near Verdun are recorded In the British and French communications. G.Uiclu. Tho Russians, In s advance against the in East Gallcla, have taken terAustro-Ger-man- their ritory aggregating sixty-on- e square miles, according to tho Russian official communication. In pursuit of the Teutons, the Russians havo taken additional villages lu the Dniester roglon. Jk vls-lto- -- - shin-kicke- T Western Front. Notable galim have been made by tho French lu tho Somme battle. In two days they have carried German trenches along a front of more than three and a halt miles, to a depth of from 300 to 500 Eastern Front. Russian attacks meters. In tho Verdun sector they along tho Seroth and Graberka rlvors, havo succeeded In regaining a footsouth of Brody, in Northern Gallcla, hold In tho Thlaumont work. Tho broke the Teutonic resistance and re- British also have pushed their Hues sulted In the capture by the Russians about 400 yards forward. of six villages and tho entire ridge along which they are located, accordAustria. Tho Rome War Ofllco ing to a War Office anouncemont to- announced the capture of tho Gori-zl- u day. More than 5,500 prisoners brldgohcad by the Italians. It is were taken. said the city Is being shelled to drive Tho 14,000 Turkish troops operat- out the Austrlans. Moro than ing on a seven-mil- e prisoners woro taken on Aufront from tho East against the Suoz Canal havo gust C. n mot with defeat at tho bauds of the British and havo been forced to fleo, Thursday. leaving more than 2,500 prlsouor3 Austria: The Italians havo capbehind them. tured tho city of Gorlzla, twenty-tw- o in II os from Trlest, together with moro than 10,000 prisoners and quantities England. Tho .strong Turkish of war material. Tho AustrlauB force which attacked tho British at woro completely routed, according to Romnla, 22 miles east of tho Suoz heavy losses wero InflictCanal, was defeated and put to flight Rome, and ed on defenders of tho town. by a countor uttack, says an official The statemont Issued in London. Western Front, North of tho Turks, adds tho statement, aro being vigorously pursued by tho British, Sommo River In Franco the Australwho have taken moro than 2,500 pris- ians have pushed back the Germans ncju' Pozleres 200 yards over a front oners, including some Germans. of COO yards, whllo tho French havo driven out the Germans from a trench Tuesday. recently captured from them. Western Front. French troops Gallcla. Tho Russian General, charged a line of Oerman trenches fur-thbetween Hemwood and tho Sommo, Letchltzky, has driven his wedge Into the Austro-Germa- n line according to tho official statement Issued by the Paris War Office. Thoy near Stanislau, capturing eight miles also made somo progress south of tho east of that city tho town of atThlaumont work. Determined tacks on the British Hues north and northeast of Pozleres this morning were repulsed, according to the BritFOR FLETCHER'S ish official statoment. The' Gersucceeded In entering the Brit mans 8,-0- 00 " or . 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