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JUartfixtfi DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE TAKING JOHNNY TO THE CIRCUS. fkjwMicmt OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No. 7 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1916. cy-V will bo tho principal assistants to Senator Thomas J. Walsh, of MonBORDER tana, In the management of the Western campaign headquarters of SUSPENDED tho Democratic National Committee ARE Owon, of Oklahoma, uro Senator and Irving Shuman, Carl Vrooman, Assistant Secretary of Agriculture, KENTUCKY MII.ITIA WILD NOT and Morgan Davles, of Illinois. ' (JO TO TEXAS UNTIL STRIKE CLOUD PASSES. CITV RESTAURANT TO Hi: OPENED AGAIN SOON' .,'.'',' ., , ' , :--( . ; ',: .' " n1T !! ifTMH !! : v-;--x L V , J - 'I ,r zV' AlV I , VV-jT- A - R1 Jv..""Q set tne Yf J - X i )- -i JOnNV ' i -- A.V ? 'I toe XA V JifA ytf- f Messrs. Fred Cooper and Lewis T. Riley havo leased tho Hartford City Restaurant and will open tho eating plnco when Iho repairs now being Men Tired of Molilllrntlnu Ciiniii mndo nre completed. The now firm And Anxious To Ite on Tho expecs to bo in chargo and open for .Mote. August 21. j business I It Is understood that Henry Nail, well known local restaurant man, Washington, Aug, 15. Tho Wnr Wlll bo manager of the new concern. suspended Its orDepartment y der providing for the movement of Ni:V 1UUTIS1! LOAN the Kentucky, Ohio and Vermont Na tional Guard to the Mexican border. .'r $'J.0,O00,O00 Said to OITcr AtIt took this action In Compliance with i tract lie Term. mndo by Gen.' a recommendation J'unston, who sent the following to Now York, Aug. 15.' Official the War Department: , nouncement of a new $250,000,000 V "In view of possibility of a gen- - loan to Great Britain, negotiations oral railroad strike, I desire to call (or which have been in progress for attention of tho War Department to some time, probably will be mado difficulties that will follow In main- - within a few days, it Is stated In food supplies, not only of nanclat circles here. The loan, in this department, but of tho cording to an unofficial summary of as well. These its terms obtained civilian population from ' banking Iorder States produce but little food- - sources, will be in the form of except cattle. In view of fore- - year 5 per cent notes, secured by I recommend that National posits of collateral. loan, no Guard organizations which are about Unlike the Anglo-Frenc- h to start for border stations bo re- - conversion privilege will attach to tallied In their mobilization camps tho present loan, which will bo a such time as the question of a rect obligation of the British Qov- - THIRD EDITION OF general strike Shall have been deter- - eminent. It Is. said, however, to . mined." (contain other features which will WHITE BOOK ISSUED 'make It particularly attractive to May Move Later. It was pointed out at tho War De- - banks, dlthough It will bo offered partment that the suspension of tho publicly: order, issued Saturday, for tho guard The proceeds wlllpresilmably take SKCHETAKV LANSING'S SUGGESTION TO disarm; MERCILNT-ME- N to entrain for scrvico on tho border, care of Oreof Britain's financial REJECTED. not mean that tho National ligations In tills country for a of Kentucky and that of the slderable period. The amount of other two States now In mobilization Great Britain's short term obllga-camp- s Washington, Aug. 14.- - The third will not havo the opportunity tlons herb now outstanding will take to go to tho Texas frontier later up but a small proportion of tho L edition of the American White Book, ' on. present loan. It is said, leaving the containing- - tabulated copies of correIt was Intimated that In the event greater part to meet future payments spondence exchanged by the State Department' with European belligtho President is successful In his of- - on war materials in this country. erents during recent months has Just forts to iron out the difficulties that been issued by the department. It exist between the railroad operators GEKMAN& .MUST ATONE. and tho trainmen, thereby averting contains no important communicatho threatened strike, the War De- - V), MIlonmle illations After War tions the substance of which has not partment will lose no tlmo in lssu been published, but reveals for the Unless Frjutt Murder Avenge!. lng ngnln the order for tho Kentucky first tlmo some of the memoranda National Guard to go to tho borLondon, Aug. 16. Replying to a dealings with armed merchantmen, j der. , question In the House of Commons the presenco of allied cruisers off Negotiations .Not Concerned., Premier Asqulth said tho American ports and other subjects. Secretary Lansing's suggestion that Tho suspension of the orders to Government was determined that the troops which would havo moved "this country will not tolerate n re- merchantmen' bo disarmed is shown some 20,000 men to tho bordor, sumption of diplomatic relations to have been firmly rejected by all Hhould not be taken that the Presl- - with Rnrmnnv nnflT rpnnrntlnn Is tho Allied Powers, the British Amdent's negotiations with tho railroad made fQr the murder of Capt Fry. bassador, in a 'memorandum dated brotherhood and tho railroad man- March 23, summing up their position gers have taken an unfavorable turn, ;,Somo Qf QUr ama contInued by saying the Allies are "unable to It was tfce prcm, but Is a measure of caution ,.,iave guffered by bru. agree that upon a considered highly undesirable that tnm,e3 mm Ufo may be mofo grogs and on a German promise, human all tho remain ng guardsmen should more extended aca,e than our3elveJ surrendered defenseless to tho mercy be moved to tho border while there acU(m of tho 0erman authorltle8( of an enemy who, in circumstance? many others, has wus a possibility o a railroad strike We afe ,n con8uUatIon wUh thera a8 of this kind as In in wncn mey nugui oo caneu upon to the best, most effective steps to shown himself to bo both faithless to preserve order throughout somo be taken and us to what conditions and lawless." of tho States. There Is oven tho alinntrt Un tivnpptfifl In tlm tprmn nt Secrotnry Lansing on November possibility that some of the troops In 16, 1915, It is shown, Bent a note to reparnUon that(Wl peacQ tQ illU UVUIIl Ul u Dllinu migut uu wil- satisfy Justice." the German Ambassador summarized upon to guard or operate, mall ing a dozen cases in which German A. member asked If the Governtrains und trains supplying tho ment was "prepared td make a state- officers und men had escaped from troops already on the border. In tho ment thnt Emperor William Is want- German cruisers Interned Tho official explanation of tho ed for willful murder In this cose." United States, declaring that "tho chango ut tho War Department Is United States Government regards No answer was returned to this. that difficulties of transportation and the actions of those men as contrary equipment suddenly developed havo to Its express Instructions and as mado a dolay necessary. It Is known, FORMER PRISON INMATES breeches of honorable conduct" and ARK GUKSTS AT DINNER however, that tho railway situation requeuing that tho German GovernIs tho real cause. ment promptly return any of theso Forty former men Now York, Aug. 14. O! who may bo within German Jurguests OUST SULLIVAN CROWD. . Slug Ping prison Inmates wero It isdiction to tho United States. by E. at a dinner given is disclosed that Ifi a note dated WllM.ii Men Think Mo Should Unto SIBK Whltln. professor of penology March 20 answering a complaint at Columbia University. Police Com Kept Ilobliis From G. O. P. from Secretary Lansing regarding the mtsslouer Arthur Woods, of this city; presence of British cruisers near Chicago, Aug. 15. Itoger C. Sulll- - Warden Thomas Mott Osborne, of American territorial Waters tho Brit..., . SImi . Slni- - Ipnf Prniiltlln T,. nlildllipq .. . -van, tormer Democratic iNuiiouai ...i ish Ambassador oxpressod surprise Committeeman from Illinois, will not " Dean Frederick A. Goetz wero that tho Stato Department's attempt "dlfferout tako nn nctlvo part In tho manage- - Present. to distinguish between o convicts, members) Tho meut of tho Western campaign head- pars of the high seas," and says that Loaguo wmio tho Mutual wollare quarters of tho Democratic Natldnal ho Is "unaware of the existence of Commltteo In Chicago this fall, ac- - j '" th Pr,son' related stories of any rules or principles of InternaIn trying to earn to a report In circulation cultles encountered law whch render belligerent Commissioner tional livelihoods. Furthermore, nono of Hero operations which uro legitimate In ll Mr Sullivan's close political friends Woods told thorn he had been one part of the 'high seas, Illegiti- lightened by their talk and would mate In another." be given positions In tho West- nrtrv r tlin Mt .1 nnllta it 111 n "- - hlinfl "- "v em headquarters, according to tho DD The latest chapters of tho correthem. came report. spondence; with Germany over the According to the story, Influential Lusltanla case are not Included tu frlonds of President Wilson are in- AMERICAN IMPRISONED IN the Whtto Book. MEXICO SINCE MAY FREED clined to blame Mn Sullivan for RayWANTED. mond Robjns' support of Charles B. Washington, Aug. 15. H. A. Dunn, Mixed Rags,, 11.00 per 100 lbs.; Hughes despite the fact that of Mr. Sulllvau offered the American manager of the Mexico Mixed Iron, 20c per 100 lbs.; Mixed Copper, .aupport of tho regular State Demo City railway plant, imprisoned by Paper, 20c per 100 lbs. cratlo organization ,to Mr. Rpbijia If Cojrranza authorities since' last May, Brass, Zinc and Rubber at market price. Corn at 85c bushel. rei)ttB04 Uo would run lor uuvernor4 agamsi nas ueou provvsiouunj by the repreaentatlona D. L. p."SANP,EFU,R, . jrpeatad Edward E. Duuno, the Incumbent, v" .'' Beaver Dstto,' Ky. 3t3 Acoordlrig-tthe report Ujoso who United Slates. GUARDS DISAPPOINTED March 27, 1912. In a tragic note he told hojv his health had broken un- HOUSE ACCEPTS der tho strain and intimated that ho feared his mind was falling. Mrs. Wyllo resolutely BIG NAVY BILL refrained from beginning an action, clinging to her husband's name for the sako of their four children, ono of whom PROGRAM CALLING Is now a young man and a Yale grad DEFENSE FOR 900 1,000,000 IS VIRTUALuate. So Wyllo ond Mrs. Hlchborn LY COMPLETED. lived on In their odd relationship, shielding themselves from prying eyes In places. But after six years of waiting ONLY 53 OPPOSE BILL Mrs. Wylie felt that her vigil was hopeless and began suit. She was granted a divorce two weeks ago In Congressmen Hen Johnson And R. Y. Washington and the marriage of Thomas Vote Against Wyllo nnd Mrs. Hlchborn In Boston Measure. on Monday furnishes another chap ter In tho story. Non-partis- CHANGE OK VENUE For Wjne May Result in Ills Trial In J)uvles.s County. Owensboro, Ky., Aug. 15. It Is possible that Charles M. Wyne, slayer of Dr. M. C. Dunn, of Henderson, may be tried for murder In the Da viess county Circuit Court. It is al most certain that a change of venue will be asked, and that the case will be taken to some other county than Union or Webster, the other countie3 in the Fifth Judicial district. Prosecuting Attorney N. Powell Taylor, who was attorney for Dr. Dunn In the civil action filed by Wyne, will conduct his prosecution. If a change of venue is granted to poison in St Pauf Pionter-Pretsome other county outside of the dis trict, then the State's attorney dlsrlct will lead the prosecution. DEATH OF LAWYER For the first time since Wyne was placed in the Daviess county jail, he REVEALS THREE WIVES broke down and wept on Sunday morning, when his wife and two children came up from Henderson to see TANGLED ROMANCE OF ELOPE-MENThim. He was released from his cell AND SUICIDE FINALand allowed to stand In the corridor LY UNRAVELED. with them. He pressed the two children to his breast and cried, bit t had very little to say to his wife. Npw Xork, August 13. The They were accompanied by his brothof a romanco that caused er and his nttorney, Ernest' Woodone 'person to commit suicide, re- ward, of Henderson. sulted In two elopements by the principals while both wero still marRECEIVE GERMAN DYES ried, and which finally led the man In the case through the divorce court First Consignment Brought Over on to the altar, has been unravelled in Deutschland in New York. Boston where Mrs. Elinor Hoyt Hich-bor- n was married to Horace Wylie. New York, Aug. 15. Tho first The nows did not reach the public consignment of ,dye3 brought from until today coming as the climax Germany by the submarine freighter of a series of sensational lnpldents Deutschland has been received by a that began In 1910 when Mrs. Hlch-bor- coloring company in this city, and the wife of Philip S. Hich-bor- constitutes the first shipment of the and one of the most prominent kind to reach this city froni German matrons In Washington society, elop- manufacturers since the beginning users ed with Wylie, twenty years her sen- of the war. Other dyestuff ior, and fled to France. She left be- here receivedbills of lading for some hind her little boy, about 1 year old. of the Deutschland's cargo, which is Wylie deserted his wife and four estimated to have Included about 200 children. tons of dyes, valued In excess of Wylie had known the woman who It Is reported that high prices are is now his wife before she was married to Philip S. Hlchborn, son of demanded for these dyes, but one of the lato Philip S. Hlchborn, chief the consignees here said that it was naval constructor of the United absurd to believe that fabulous profits Ho States navy. He was a friend of the will be realized on their sale. family and had seen her grow from declared that tho cost of tho dyes In childhood to bo ono of the belles In Germany Is at least twice, what It capital society. After her marriage wa3 before the war. The dyes ho becamo a frequent caller at the brought by tho Deutschland wero not Hlchborn home, and tholr friendship In tho form of paste, composed of 10 and 20 per cent dye and the rest ripened Into affection. On December 1G, 1910, Wyllo van- paste, but are 100 per cent dye. ished with Mrs. Hlchborn, leaving n In which ho told of their elope- PRINTERS ARE ALARMED AT note SHORTAGE OF WHITE PAPER ment. Pair Eluded Searchers. Baltimore, Md., August 13. The Both Mrs. Wyllo and Hlchborn danger that thousands of printers wero prostrated, and a world-wid- e may be thrown out of work becauso search started for tho missing pair. of tho high cost of white paper was They eluded all searchers and reach- said to bo a question seriously coned Paris, continuing to live there un- cerning tho delegates to the d til their Identity became known. In annual convention of tho Inthe summer of 1911 thoy returned ternational Typographical Union, to Washington, and It was hinted which begins hero next Monday. Tho that a doublo reconciliation would Commltteo on Laws, through whoso follow. hands all now laws for submission Then tho case took a strange turn. to the convention must first pass.has Mrs. Hlchborn, not sure that Wylle's been In session for several days, conlovo was entlroly her own, propos- sidering about 100 amendments and ed that ho return to his wlf.e for six new laws submitted by local unions. months. Should he And at the end Tho delegates began arriving In largo of that time that his heart was truo numbers today, to the first woman, they were to John W. Hays, secretary and treasparted. For tho sake of her urer of tho union, said the alarming children, Mrs. Wyllo accepted, and shortage of print paper Is making It for stXTnonths Mrs. Hlchborn did not difficult for many newspapor corporsee the man for whom she had giv- ations to contlnuo business. In some en up all. But promptly on the cities, ho said, thero was talk of conlast day of the trial period Wylie re- solidating two or more plants to relinquished his, home and again fled duce working forces aud expenses. with Mrs. Hlchborn. They went abroad and wore reLoans wanted In Muhlenberg, Mcported as living In many cities, loit- kean. Daviess, Webster, Butler and real ering In the Riviera, In Italy, and, .Ohio counties- pn good first-claParis, Hlchborn stardi flu,t fqr estate for G years. ,W. ., divorce, but just, ibefore It'camo-ti- ? Hartford, Ky. trial he. shot and JfjUedU.blm&.elf, on So'tt a. of-thS n. n, sixty-seconln ss two-stuf- fs de-gol- il Washington, Aug. 15. "Llttlo Navy" Congressmen wero ablo to marshal onty 51 votes against the g building programme of the Senate, and the House voted to accept the "sixteen ships in three years" plan. Congressmen voting for the Senate proposals numbered 283, while seven members Representatives Ben voted present. Johnson and R. Y. Thomas, Jr., voted against the Senate programme, while Representatives Swager Sher-le- y, A. B. Rouse, Alben W. Barkley, David H. Klncheloe and John W. Langley voted for It. The other Kentucklans were absent. Congress thus virtually completed the national defense programme by finally approving the great increases in naval construction and ..into-th- e NavaUBlU'iand urgently supported by the Adminisrecord-breakinto-dperson-p,el;.-writt- tration. The personnel and construction sections, which already have the approval of the Senate, authorizes an increase In enlisted men to 74,700 and the building of 157 war vessels within the next three years," tffth" ,four battle cruisers and four battlo- shipBncluded among the ships for 1917.'" Previously the House had refused to adopt a continuing building programme, had authorized only all of them battle cruisers, and had provided for a personnel of only 65,000. Second Largest Navy. On several less Important sections. Including appropriations for improvement of navy yards, the House Insisted on Its disagreement to Senato increases and voted to send tho bill back to conference for settlement of these points. An early agreement Is expected, however, and the measure may be sent to the President for his signature within a week. Secretary Daniels issued a statepointing out that tho ment building authorizations In the bill were the greatest ever passed in any country and would give the United States, in the opinion of naval authorities, the second largest navy in the world. Ho declared tho measure "so complete and nearly perfect that It will stand as a model for all navy bills for future legislators.' Voto on Measure. The voto by which the House accepted the Senate Increase In the building programme was tho majority of both Democrats and Republicans voting In the affirmmembers who ative. Of tho fifty-on- e voted in tho negative thero wero thirty-Democrats, fifteen Republifive cans and one Socialist. ht n, ob-do- es con-Gua- rd I ( m SENATOR SHERMAN CALLS GOMPERS PUBLIC NUISANCE Washington, Aug. 14. Presldont Samuel Gompcrs, of tho American Federation of Labor, was characterized as a "public nuisance" by Senator Sherman, of Illinois, in a degression today from a Senato speech on the Shipping Bill. "Thero Is no more tyrannial, out rageous lnjustlco than that of. loaders who llvo on tho sweat of other peoplo's brows," said Senator Shor- mun, "Mr. Gorapers Is a public nulsanco." Referring to the Indianapolis ari L03 Angelos dynamlto trials, Sona- tor Sherman declared the federation oresldent had "prostituted tho cause of labor by using funds of laboring men for the defense of these crimi "Mr. Qompers never apologized to anybody," ho continued, "but it was the most fortunate thing that over happened to Mr. Gompers that ho himself escaped Indictment on these same charges. "I've been owing this to Mr. Oom-pe- rs for some time and I'm handing it to, htm. now,- and I'm responsible .i politically an(i"bjttohally," - ht ono-tlra- ' dlffi-cordl- y. 'est en-vl- nals." t repre-sentntlv- es hvpakV " ., r i SAY COURAGE HAS NOt DIMINISHED 1'IUSNCiI DKC'liAKK MKNTAIi IK VELOl'.MKNT UAH NOT I,KSS- KNKH IlltAVKKY. HEROISM SHOWN IN WAY Soldiers f To-clu- y Arc Just as Dar- - Jbj; an Wore tlio Heroes .of Antiquity. Taris July 30. The discussion of courage as developed by the war and is manifested by Individual soldiers ander fire has drawn some Interesting contributions from Dr. Charles Rlchet of the French Institute, and the Abbo Morcaux, director of the Borgcs Observatory. Dr. Rlchet Is of the opinion that fear and courage must be considered peparately, that the former exists In certain temperaments alongside the latter, that a man may be unable to control tlio terrifying effect of a dangerous situation upon his physical faculties and yet stand his ground fu the face of almost certain death through the exercise of his will. These men he considers the bravest of all. M Among the soldiers who hold their ground under murderous fire there are always some who are afraid and others who are not, says Dr. Rlchet, Silt all prove their bravery by still being there; the cowards have fled. ! themselves on such missions without flinching, Dr. Rlchet consldarn the bravest of nil. In the constant habit of It, all notion of danger flnalty disappears, as of In the case of aviators, most whom, tho first timo they are up In their air, have a sensation of fear In ' spite of all reasons the physical apprehension dismanifestations of appear; to be supported In tho air by the speed of the motor seems '.o them to be tho simplest thing possible, and certain pilots have declared that they felt themselves In greater safety seated In their aeroplanes In the nlr than when riding In an automobile. The hardened warriors of African habituated to all the campaigns, risks of war, were naturally moro stolid under fire than young recruits who had seen nothing of military life but the barracks and the maneuvers, nnd yet. according to the Abbe Moreaux, even those seasoned men, In presence of the new and formidable dangers of scientific warfare, showed no moro fortitude than the young recruits who had had only a few months of preparation before facing tho enemy. Abbe Moreaus Is of the opinion that thp war Itself has developed all the latent fortitude of the race, and ho expects that the generation that has suffered this war will find Itself with new resources created by It. The sentiment of union of common Interest and patriotism will have been reawakened, he thinks, and many a pusillanimous creature, both in the army and out of It, will have a new courage born of the virtue that makes heroes. The entire nation, he thinks, will participate In this reawakening of latent forces. ATLANTA UOOSTKRS MUST CUT OUT TUB CROWING U. S. RULE SECOND . ONLY TO FREEDOM In consequenoo unhappy married ltfo Is the result. Don't forget that husband wooed and won you nnd loved you when you were only too pleas- yur IF FILIPINOS CAN'T KULK TIIKM- - SKLVK8 THEY WANT AM BR ICAN GOVERNMENT. ed to make yourself attractive to him. If you fall to keep that tip, then he 11 mis that you are qulto a different woman to tho one he married, and unhapplness Is the reOne of the most Important things a young wife has to look after Is her personal appearance, If she would keep her husband's love. Instead of spending an hour or two scrubbing out or tidying up some corner that ho never sees nnd that does not matter, attend to your looks nnd your dress. Another thing: It Is a common belief nmoug women that courtship No Idea could ceases with mnrrylng. If you had to bo more fallacious. make little sacrifices, to go to some little extra trouble, In order to win your husband's lovo when ho only saw you onco or twice a weok, how much more essential is It to do the snmo when you are married and your more constant companionship Is likely to stale! There Is ono thing that a man being human abhors, and that Is an unhealthy wife. Even when you are feeling out of sorts, endeavor to hide It from him. Though you might feel that a little sympathy would be likely to ease your pnln, try to do without It. The devotion of a lov Ing husband Is far better than a lit tle transitory sympathy which can do you no good. Commercial Appeal FRENCH SOCIALISTS Aro Divided on l'tmro Question Radicals For Armistice. UtiWMIUVUM.vmMi Children Cry for Fletcher's sult. (By Hugh Byas.) Toklo, Aug. 12. Mr. Fiantisco VIManeuva, Jr., a practicing attonuy of Qulapo, P. I., and a son of a member of the legislation of the Philippines, is now visiting Japan and has said some straight things about the rumored desire of the Japanese to ncqulre the Islands. This, as current hore, usually takes tho form of a statement that the Filipinos wish to get rid of American rulo In favor of Japanese. "It Is n He," said Mr. VUlaneuva. "If any foreign country Is to rule us We It must be the United States. agitate against American rule benot cause we want because we want a change of masThe case for the Filipinos, Is, Mr. VUlaneuva said, that they havo ben-eflso much by American rulo that they are now able to rule themselves. American government Is good, but It They want a govis too expensive. which they can develernment under own op their resources and their defenses. "But tho fact that wo want to discard American rule does not mean that we want Japanese rule. Wo will never submit to the Japanese as rulers. We want friendship between the two countries but that Is all. "The Japanese have no connection with the culture of the Filipino. Their affinities are with the continent of Asia. They are not a colonizing race. Dr. Nitobe (a well-knoJapanese who has Just returned from a visit to the Philippines) has written that the Filipinos believe themselves superior to" tho Japanese. We are superior to the Japanese, from many points of view. We havo no rickshaw-men. Our women are better treated. Our social customs are better. We want Independence, but we will never permit that the Japanese people shall become our rulers." te -- lVXi?sV;sVXsX5iK!CNXsCCCsii Tlio Kind You Hnvo Always Bought, nnd which lins been In tiso for over 30 years, ha borno tho signature of and lias been innuo under his pcr- Z5rf.jl-tfsoiinl supervision since its infancy. i. GtfcUM, Allow no ono to deceive you in this. AU Counterfeits, Imitations nnd d " aro but; Experiments that trlflo with nnd endanger tho health of Iufuuts and Children Experience ngulust Experiment. 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Considering the whole war, taking Into account the atrocious features that have developed here and there, and with all allowance made for occasional weaknesses, Dr. Rlchet considers that the soldiers have shown heroism that justifies a great deal of pride on the part of the present generation. In spite of the belief thfct seemed to. prevail before the great- - conflict that Intellectual development, with progress In science, Tetters and arts, while ennobling the mind, had diminished personal courage. The question was frequently discussed as to whether the delicate and subtle culture of later years was d not going to produce a and effeminate generation, pre ferring wellbelng to arduous effort nod incapable of comprehending the beauty of sacrifice. It is exactly the contrary that has been demonstrated, according to Dr. Rlchet; the most oultivated and refined of tho young men of Franco and Great Britain having been those who have shown the greatest bravery. Students of the Sorboune and other French universities, students of Eton, Oxford and Cambridge, set the example. Ranks With Ancient Heroes. These are the men, Dr. Rlchet says, who have shown most courage In Its simplest form; that is to say, by supreme contempt for death, and that contempt, he concludes, is not reflecthe- result of philosophical tion, but Is simply tho spontaneous manifestation of inherent bravery. Never, even among the heroes of antiquity in the times of Leonidas, Spartacus or Hannibal, according to so Dr. Rlchet, was there shown jnuch of this kind of abnegation and suso much tranquil preme courage as in the present conflict. As to the men who are naturally bravcand take supremo risks without requiring an effort of tho will to overcome fear, Dr. Rlchet gives different reasons, tho first of which is that some of them do not believe In danger; they imagine that they are that they have a invulnerable lucky 3tnr; that they are surrounded by a. sort of optimistic fatality that gives them a feeling of security. In naturally brave Khor caaus these men, even when they hellove In dan ger, are not limniiuuiuu uy it they have In their own minds Already made the sacrifice of tholr life; ouco that conclusion reached lo die or to bo wounded Is something that does not torment them. Others, and perhaps tho great are nolthor those who believe lu their lucky Blar; they aro men who see hoforo thorn other mora powerful Images than that of death, such as the fatherland, sunso of duty, af honor, renown of tho regiment, ambition to carifpraluo or promotion, Oride ut being admired by one's comrades and shamo ut being taken for a cowurd. In nearly all these cases the idea of death and danger dlsap-jiearund tho soldier Is bravo without effort. Ho forgets every risk that he is taking In tho presence of the Imago that ho lias In his mind. Solitude u Tost. Tho number of theso naturally bruve men is notably larger In daylight and In tho prcsenco of commanding olllcora and comrades than at night on sentry duty or on solitary missions that no witness will bo Men who acquit Able to recount. tame-splrit-eself-sacrifisc lifu-jorlt- y, be made to stop, and accordingly has determined that owners of roosters must Install the necessary apparatus. The latter consists of a h board above the rooster's roo3t, of such a height that the rooster can not raise himself to more than half his crowing reach. A rooster held down to half his height can no more dog can walk d crow than a according to the testimo foot-loa ny of rooster owners who have used six-Incbob-taileg, Atlanta, Ga., Aug. 12. Atlanta roosters are going to stop crowing at night. The City Council has Investigated and has found that they can Therefore the council has decided to pass an ordinance making the use of the apparatus com pulsory, and thereby enabling perthe apparatus. sons living In tho neighborhood of chicken houses to sleep without dis turbances. TUB NATIONAL GUARD. They come at the need of the nation From counting house, college and shop, The typewriter, ledger and gavel. The phono and the hammer they Source of Inspiration. drop. "Children," said tho teacher, InWith a hasty farewell to their dear structing the class In composition, ones, "you should not attempt any flights Though parting Is bitterly hard, of fancy, but write what Is in you." They rally with Joy to the colors, As a result of this advice, Robbie National Guard. The men of the turne'd in the following composition: "We should not attempt any flights, Hurrah! for the gallant hatalllons. The Seventh drilled right to a of fancy, but rite what Is In us. In me there Is my stummlck, lungs, livhair; er, two apples, two cakes and my The old Sixty-nintdinner." to do and to dare. Impatient m in Its glory The Seventy-firAlways u Sweetheart. one by a slacker Is marred; Not The tact should not be lost sight Hurrah! for our citizen soldiers, of that when a maid becomes a wife Hurrah, for the National Guard. she has a still greater end to attain, namely, the keeping of her husband's only New York has saluted Not And answered the call of the flag; love. There could be no more disastrous From far California's ranches, From Maine and its outermost mlstako than to think that a woman has completed her task when the crag; marlage register Is signed. Yet It Is From the sunny plantations of Georau error which Is only too frequentgia starly made. With snow of the cotton-ba- ll There can be but little happiness red, In the lives of any married couplo Come marching the heroes In khaki, who fall to remain sweethearts still Tho men of tho National Guard. through life. And It is so easy to do They wheel into line by tho thou- that. "You never hear of a man continsand No moro they belong to tho States, uing to run after a 'bus after ho ha's Tholr swords have been pledged to caught It!" exclaimed a wit once, who was taxed with ceasing his loverour Country, And As sentries they stand at her like attentions after marriage. It is to bo feared that too many gates, Tho wall of tholr steel Is around us, women adopt this attitude After marriage they soem to Tho way of tho foo they have barthink that they have made tholr posired, They uro always prepared to defend tion in life, nnd that It Id qulto superfluous to make themselves as atus, Thank God for tho National Guard! tractive to their husbands us thoy had to when those husbands were sweetMlna Irving In Lesllo's. h, super-scrappers. st When You Have a Cold. Give It attention, avoid exposure, bo regular and careful of your diet, also commence taking Dr. King's It contains Plue-Ta- r, Now Discovery. Antiseptic Oils and Balsams. Is slightly laxative. Dr. King's New Discovery eases your cough, soothes tubes, your throat and bronchial checks your cold, starts to clear your head. In a short time you know your cold Is better. Its tho standard family cough syrup in use over 40 years. Get a bottlo at once. Keep it In the house as a cold insurance. Sold at 3 your druggist. of Deputies on tho question of peace and the proposed economic war foreshadows a complicated conflict in that party. The revolutionary Socialists demand an Immediate armistice, while the more moderate voted the war appropriations because they are In favor of peace only through tho final victory of the Allies. The moderate Socialists declare, however, that they "will not accept a prolongation. In an economic war, of the disasters of the European conflict. In that the moderates are again divided since they had In their ranks Jules Guesde, Minister of State, without portfolio: Marcel Sembat, Minister of Public Works, and Albert Thomas, Under Secretary of War, who, as members of the Government are committed to the policy of economic measures against the Central Empires after the war. Etghty-seve- n of the tOG Socialists of the Chamber signed the statement In favor of continuing the war and against a subsequent economic conflict Three of them. Henry Brizon, Alexandre Blanc and Raffln-Dugeall of them former school teachers and members of the prohibited school voted against tho teachers union appropriations and demanded an Immediate peace. Three more. In the Cabinet, are committed to both a war to a finish and an economic battle afterwards. --- Paris Aug. 12. The division of the Socialist party In the Clinmber Starck Pianos No Money InAdvanoA Salinfao (Ion il Gnnr-ntee- LowextNet PriooM Tenuis Fa at M-- y Ganl.jl Saving ol SlOO to r. A. STARCK S200FacFrom tory Direct Wo will ship you a beautiful Starck Piano for 30 days free trial. In your home. No cash payment required. AU we auk Is that you will play upon, use and test t&U piano (or 30 days. If. at Hie end if that time, you do not nnd It tho hlghent erado, sweetest toned nnd finest piano In every way, that you have over seen for the money, you aro nt perfee liberty to send it back, nnd wo will. In that eent, pay the freight both ways. 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MOSS Plasterer, Decorator and Contractor. : Lifetime, experience with best of workmen, and can give any reference desired. Call mo on Hartford Mill Co., 'piiono, or address me at Hartford, Ky. Bo you a winters Since tho frosts of four-scor- o have settled upon your brow; O, to drink from the Fountain of Youth, and bo transformed into a boy A rosy-cheeke- d, Prince or a Pauper, little now. It mat-to- rs t . brown-legge- d, bnre-foote- d boy. Muffott. - We Knock the Spots Out of Things - Will Slouu'.s Liniment Relieve Vain? Try It und seo one appllcatloa will prove moro than a column of claims. James S. Forguson, Phlla , I'a. writes: "I have had wonderful relief elnce I used Sloan's Liniment on my knees. To think after all theso years of pain one application gave Many thanks for what mo rellof. your remedy has done for mo." Don't keep on suffering, apply Sloan's Liniment where your pain is and notice how quick you got rollef. Penetrates without 'rubbing. ' Buy It at any Drug 3' Store. 2Bc. hearts. Now, however, wo may endeavor to disguise it, thero is not tho slightest doubt that wo make ourselves attractive, dresj our hair nicely and wear pretty frocks and frills, mainly for tho purposo of subjugating the opposite Bex. Our plans generally succeed, but most women forget that man Is a most obstluatp creature, who is liable to break loose at any moment after the influouco which first couquered him is removed. Therefore you 'find many young wives neglecting their personal ap- On Tlio WronK Track. Llttlo Wllllo wore his dad's clothes, which his mother cut down for him us sho could. Pressed In a As llttlo Wllllo was getting Into French Dry Cleaned and Superior Manner. a vest that hud beon cut down from an overcoat, ho began to growl nnd Send ua your Garments and Have Them grumble. "What's the matter now?" said his CLEANED CLEAN dad. "Why" said Wlllle,"thls hero pock-o- t Packages called for and delivered. ain't got no bottom In It." CLUB "Pockot be durned," said his dad. THE ELITE PRESSING A. Iv Null, Prop. "That's a buttonhole." nARTFORD, IOINTUCKY. Ladies' and Men's Garments Fifty-Jiv- e 11 Co, : Lea-soPIc-tuns ro typewriters. partments explained by Moving machine Seven big De- Shorthand, Book- keeping, Telegraphy, Stenotypy, Musli, Primary Normal. Expert teachers. Modern equipment. Position assured. Write for catalogue. Daviess Bus. College pearance directly after marriage, ah'd Children Cry FORFLETCHEH'S C ASTORIA Incorporated Subscribe for The Hartford Repub. Ucan $1.00 per year, ' V OWEN8HOKO, KY. 1 kpf."?' tlgntlons, It will amount to nothing tho following dispatch hns appeared FIND RICH DEPOSITS There Is no relief In sight until six In a London pnper: BUILD months after tho war closes, when Zurich, Tuesday, j IN WYOMING LAKE foreign pulp nnd pnper will supply "Tho Thurgnuer Zeltung learns the foreign mnrket nnd the United TRADE from Ilomnnshorn (on the Southern FOR U. States and Cnnntla will again have Sldo of Lnke Constnnce, nearly op2 MLMK Ill the meanposlte Krlcdrlchshnvon) that the cl- - oKGA.VIZK COMPANY TO DKVKL- - n shortogo In tonnage. time "deaths" In the publishers busnnt Zeppelin hns been FCen from there OP HL'LPHATK OK MAONI WJ- - mnklng lUXil'LAIl KKHVICti iness will add to thnt shortage and It PJiAN Its first trials. This latest KIA I1KI). (JKItMANY AND TAVKHN will be a mighty strong combinamonster of the air differs somewhat AMKIMCA. tion or "gentlemen's agreement" that In shape from previous Zeppelins. It ' will hold when It will be necessary is 320 yards long nnd weighs nbout Denver, Col., Aug. 12. A compa- for d of the mills In the Unit20 tons. ny headed by Henry J. Arnold, for"It Is fitted with seven powerful mer Mayor of Denver, and Dr. V. A. ed States nnd Canada to shut down FUTURE FOR AIR CRAFT motors nnd Is nrnicd with mnchlno Hell, of Colorado Springs, pioneer nnd for the others to mnke a market price for paper lower than the price guns, n ennnon nnd with npparntus builder nnd capitalist, Is being form when the war began. launching bombs and torpedoes. for ed ,to develop whnt Is snhhby them to Will Curry World' Mulls Anil I'co- The present profit on the manuTho machine Is capable of rising to bo tho most romnrkable nnd tho only jito Who Must Move Very . facture of paper will pny the full 15,000 feet, nt which n he ght of known natural deposit of sulphate of Quickly. he ght t s be leved It will be Im-- i 'magnesia, tho principal Ingredient of cost of building nnd equipping nny mill in the United States during the danger from nntl-al- r, mime from e pro in salts, in tho world. It is locraft guns. It can travel n great cated fifteen miles southwest of next twelve months. In fact, know of two paper manufacturers (Ily Orton Tcwson.) distance. This monster Zeppelin hns who have cleaned up in the last six London, Aug. 12. Tlint the new- tnken about eight months to build." Douglas, Converse County, Vyo. The former Mnyor and Dr. Dell months n profit greater than the est nnd largest Zeppelins which the .. . ...... ..., r "' " " Germans nre reported to bo hulldlng tlnued Mr. Llwentnal, "I believe It, kept the fact Hint they had filed on amounts for which they were willing the tract, which consists of twenty. to sell their whole property nt the In such lnrgo numbers nre not Intendto be correct thnt Germany Is organ Is known thruout Wystnrt of the year. to be used primarily for war pur- Izlng, if she hns not done so nlready, five ncrcs nnd ed oming ns Poison Lake, n secret until The general tendency nmong dally poses, but rather ns aerial merchant- n service of submarines for mall-carmen for trading with the Americas, rylng purposes to the United States their plnns had been worked out. newspapers is to raise the price per They already have built a motor copy or subscription rates. Chicago 1b the definite statement of Alexanof America. Llwentnnl, for some years conn prodt nnrtnpprlnir truck road to the nearest railroad Saturday Blade. or dre Ttni.i. ' sulting engineer to Count Zeppelin. difficulties In constructing boats of,'point nnd have two trucks In opera evaporating vats have KLECTIUCITY CLKANS Mr. Llwentnal, who Is a Swiss by this description to cross tho Atlantic, tion. Two been built and a pumping plant Is HLACKHOAKI) KKASEHS birth, but n Britisher by naturalizaKlrst To I'ly In England. Pumps sent out being installed. tion, has worked at his profession ns "In the early nineties I was asso- from Denver had to bo removed, the all over ciated with Sir Hiram Maxim In his Cleaning chalk dust from blacknn aeronautical engineer opboard erasers was formerly a task Kurope. Ho was with Count Zep- flying machine experiments In Kent. low gravity of tho water making pelin during the most critical period I was the first man to fly In England eration by the style of pump first saved for the misbehaved schoolboy Impossible. to do after school hours. The punof the development of the Zeppelin in nn aeroplnne driven by a petrol used Poison Lako got its name from ishment was often as great to those works. motor, ns fnr bnck ns 1894, when I at the famous Fredrlchshnven stockmen of the country, who who were not guilty but still within and was badly Injured. I asked him about Zeppelins In 1898, my ex- tho fenced it in to keep their cattle nwny range of the flying dust. y he said: periments In constructing gas-tiga tholr future. This Is whnt "Zeppelins are not primarily built fabrics for balloons nt the Geneva from It. Every time one drank of new device, operated by electricity lake death fol- on the principle of a vacuum cleaner, for war. The Zeppelins that hnvo nnd Brussels' Expositions of tho prs- - the waters of the namn removes the chalk by strong suction, ..- been sont to England were only In- ..... ;wnn Mmn mitlnp tho nntlnn lowed In, a short time. The ......v. t.wuo tnia British as to of M. Neckcr, the cousin of Count of tho lake attracted the attention cleans the erasers with a bristle The Johnston Harvesting Machinery is made tended to deceive the got an option on brush and still allows no dust to esthe capabilities of the more recently Zeppelin. He informed the Count of of Arnold and he stronger with fewer parts to wear out and break, yet 7nnnnlln nt nnrp Wlreil the land. He took samples from cape In the room where It Is used. constructed Zeppelins. l.n .aoiiII. ,' analyzed by The work Is done by a compact mothey are easier to operate and will do good work "The real Zeppelins nre those of for mo to Join him nt r rledrlchshav- - Itbe lake and had them lately Mown over en works on Lake Constance, where chemists of national reputation. He tor of horsepower, which Is attho typo Unit hnvo where other machines fail. We are anxious to pjoye Lnke Constance. They are nearly as ho appointed me consulting engineer has In his offlco on Ffteenth Street a tached to a plug and cord, making samples and they show re- the device serviceable wherever cennumber of J this to you and any inquiries will have prompt long as the Lusltnnla. and chief of the Department of the markable qualities. tral Btation lighting Is used. Tho attention. ncronnutlcal section of dirigibles. An To Kly To United States. The various tests of the chemists, chalk Is filtered out of the exhaust fab"These Zeppelins are built for the Invention of mine, a ncordlng to the statements of Ar- from the tiny Buctlon blower with We X a line of following purpose: Directly peace hi ric, enabled Zeppelin to take his first a super- fine muslin and retained in the box met with nold, show the water to be signed, or probably before. If tho flight in July, 1900. It Machine we sell. saturated solution of sulphate of war Is greatly prolonged, they will scant success thru lack of motive magnesia, or, in layman's language, on which the motor is mounted. ,...-At tnnr limn ins iitvt'iuif- We also carry repairs for Deering, McCormick, Mildepurt for the United States with dissalts, running practically For Sale. patches, malls and envoys who will ment of Internal combustion engine. waukee and Champion Mowers and will be pleased to per cent of salts. It Is said A 160 acre farm 4 miles east of be In reality commercial representa- was Insulllcient. furnish you anything in this line at reasonable prices. As they nre constructqd io "The man who gave Zeppelin nis lake make" a ton of chemically pure Hartford, on the border of the oil tives. fields. Good dwelling, barn and othwas the King of We can rebuild your old machine. alight on water nnd nre Independent opportunity salts. After evaporation the asserYoung of sheds, they will nllght In New Wurtemburg. He gave him the tion Is made that there are chemi- er necessary outbuildings. York Hnrbor, or similarly sheltered land for his factory and supplied him cally puro cpsom salts running as orchard, strawberry bed and other pleasing features. If bonds carry with all the money he needed. Tho high ns nlnety-nln- o places. per cent with no inter-count- y was seat pike will be near. "After they have landed their pas- popular belief that the Knlser Wll-hel- other saline Ingredients. See, or write Tlnsley & Barnett, sengers and malls, they will take on Zeppelin's backer is Incorrect. Hartford, Ky., for further particuII did not take him up until his petrol nnd fly at n low altitude over Then 1I1C. LOGttlNC; COXTKACT lars. were perfected. nnd Inventions United States to Mexico the KOlt IMKK COUNTY , South America and thus ndvertlse the Kaiser conferred on Count Zep,., Didn't Fulfill Ilequlrcment. tho commercial prestige of Germany, pelin the Order of the Red Eagle, but Whitesburg, Ky.. Aug. 12. PerOnce a high school principal was Zeppelin owes everything even If sho bo defeated. in reality logging con- having a dispute with one of his "Tho latest type of Zeppelin can to the King of Wurtemburg. The haps one of the largest in Eastern teachers, a vivacious young lady, reHy from Hamburg to New York In factories were the dreaded Zeppelins tracts ever undertaken Kentucky is starting off on Joan's lates the Ladies' Home Journal. She three days, nnd a. regular service will are constructed as the most county, claimed that the word "man" meant They will in Its appliances and organiza- creek, east of here In Pike bo at once established. where tho Yellow Poplar Lumber mankind as a while, while "men" alprobably petrol as a steamer buys tions In the world. Company, of Coal Grove, O., is to ways signified the masculine gencoal at the places where they alight Workmen Are Germans. market over 500,000 trees, some of der. In America, and whatever tho condi"I may mention that the workmen size the The principal maintained that tions of tho atmosphere may be.these are exclusively German. I was the which are of mammoth largest ever cut and marketed In tho there were exceptions and triumphu only foreigner admitted on account giant Zeppelins can lly 80 cutting Will help parents develop their eons into .yenrln' safely. It Is not generally of my Bpecial knowledge because mountains. is While the work Is of antly quoted: "Though I Bpeak to with the tongues of men and of anthe timber In progress, known that, even today, a Zeppelin Germans are alw,ays clever enough to the best type of citizens and Christian on tho construction of a gels." is u safer medium of travel than a avail themselves of any foreigner's bo pushed flfteen-mll- o narrow gauge lumber gentlemen. Its patronage is widely scat- But the young lady answered desteamship.' t special knowledge, when they have I . .. "That won't do, for, you Tllfi HnlCIlti- - road out from McVey on Pond creek, murely: I, llmmeolvM To Curry Mulls. tered and comes from the best homes in of tho Nor- see, both genders are mentioned "Tho real aim of the Zeppelin is fic staff were working more for the tho Pond Creek branch Even before the there." to secure tho aerial carriage of tho glory of tho Invention and the Fath- folk & Western. the South. Its capacity is limited, thereput on tho market world's malls. For years to come erland than money. The workmen first log can be spend from ITAKTFOHD PRESSING CLUIL fore, reservations should be made early. they will only carry a few passen- were paid the ordinary rates prevail- the company will have to Clothes cleaned and pressed. Reto ing in Germany, according to their $125,000 to $150,000 In constructgers, who will pay large sums Place your son in this select gioup of guaranteed. work for their lumber pairing. Satisfaction reach some place ahead of all other grade. Zeppelin's personality is great ing tho grade boys. Write and, of land Imposing. Ho Is exceedingly road, cutting the forests and build- Work called for and delivered. Shop means of communication over Ohio County Bottling Works. employes. Tho re ing homes for their employes.. course, envoys and officials. popular with his ED. NALL, Peon. Five years. It is expected, will bo j 42if Slnco my talk with Mr. Llwentnal, gard in which he Is held by his worK-me- n . The by tho fact that they required to cut tho timber. shipped is testified Must Wedding Ulngx Go? logs In the rough will bo all call him, 'Papa.' In England there has been a move For catalogue and information. Box A. tho Norfolk & Western to tho "Zeppelin always anticipated war. over abolish wedding rings. greater company's big mills at Coal Grove started to suggestion Is All his work was for tho due to a deadjacent While this uber for manufacture. Other Deutschlaud Germany- - tho pur sire to save all the gold possible for timber tracts, it is said, will be I, Alios. The German navai aim mm chased adding to one of the largest practical uses, yet many hold It Is ger, adding "And ot tho Holy Ghost," WILL FILL A WANT! h" individual boundaries of timber In i high time to do away with a symbol finally placing it upon the fourth Anof scouts, inoy aro of woman's servitude to man ' Eastern Kentucky. Times Medicine Which Made Sur- eves of their army and fleet Tho This move Is under way because ger with the word "Amen." bombing part of a Zeppelin Is only Unnecessary. In Persia the ring is amongst the geon's Work It was not long ago that an agitation Publishers Up Agulnst It. Since the suspension of the a secondary matter. Tho accuracy j Tho Item of the greatest expenso was started to compel married men wedding presents given by tho bride-- .. - . ,. Astoria, N. Y. "For two years I oi an ouuiu..u.. i , to wear rings, so that they groom to his brldo; while In Spain, Louisville wedding Weekly Courier-Journa- l, i,if,Kfl the was feeling ill and took all kinds of mostly from could not deceive young glrls Into If a man gives a girl over 12 years eet-in- g What: Paper, which is made there lias been quite tonics. I was of ago a ring that constitutes a beworse every day. blllty. pine. Now, as n result oi com- - minimis mey wwo ..eu. a demand for a weekly KenGermans have to boast Bpruco 1 hod ch'.my head over tho This Is not the flrst time that an trothal to which he can be held. tho condition of tho would a.e, 1 was about tho Battle of Jutland, especial-l- y blnatlons nnd tucky newspaper that gives Most people will be surprised to oxport trade, tho publishers of tho ' attempt has been made to do away could always tired. I their escape from tho British fleet, country aro called upon to pay an with wedding rings, for In the time learn that the Bible contains no re- all the more important state ctraight not walk because of the pain they owe to Zeppelins." advanco of 50 per cent in tho price of the commonwealth tho Puritans ligious command to wear a wedding news, as well as the general Villi in myback an J I had lint' im paper over tho past year. seriously contemplated their aboll-N- o rlr.f docs not mention rings In m news, crisp editorials, good pains in my stomOnce a of their commodity In the United tlon, because the custom was of with marriage. With the went, to a Your Howels Should Move other ach. I stories, timely cartoons and Day. doctor nnd he said I Jews the using ot wedding rings ha States or Canada has had a rise of heathen origin. must go under an The plain gold wedding ring is not ro very long been customary. illustrations. A free easy movement of tho bow- more than 10 or 15 per cent, with j operation, but J did els every day Is a, sign of good health. ear-co- st There is no such excellent The Talmund, their sacred guidetho exception of war materials. Tho comparatively modern. In the not go. I read in King's New Llfo Pills will give nd-- 1 ly sixteenth century rings of all sorts book, has no mention ot wedding paper as the of producing paper has not the narter about Dr. rings, nnd anything could bo used, Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- you a gentle laxative effect without vanced over 5 per cent during the and designs were used, Invariably of pound and told my husband about it. I griping and freo your system scribed with mottoes. It Is record- - provided It was the property of the Twice-a-Wee- k two years. eaid 'I know nothing will help me but I blood polsons.purlfy your blood.over-com- o Owensboro Messenger How ure the publishers going to ed as something unusual that Queen bridegroom and was of the value of will try this.' I found myself improvconstipation aud have an ex absorb this lucreaso of 50 per cent Victoria's wedding ring was a plain the (.mall coin, tho perutnh. ing from tho very first bottle, and in two (KdlU-t- l by Urey Woodson.) weeks time I was ablo to sit. down and cellent tonlo effect on tho entire sys i., ,i. r.at nf thnlr nrliit miner? Tho baud of gold. Tho moio receit theory concerncat a hearty breakfast with my hus- tern. Makes you feel like living. cQgt of i)aper Jg U6uaUy 40 por cent Sonu- - assert that wo owe the origin ing tho plain gold wedding ring Is It comes every Wednesday band, which I had not dono for two years. Only 25o at your druggists. 3 CQgt Qf oporuUng a 0ws- - of th.i ring as a wedding pledge to j that the ring Is of puro gold, Just as and Saturday, oJ ho toUl (16 pages a I am now in tho bust of health and , Kfty per cent of 40 t.o Romans, hut many ueuove uiai the love ot the unueu pair snouui uu week or more), and is up-t- o Mrs. did not have tho operation." paper Egyptians, pure, and that a circle is endless, as John A. Koevig, C02 Flushing Avenue, Ho Win Doubly Welcome. por cent Ja equaj to a groBs Increase, it epos back as far as the ' Astoria, N. Y. It date in every regard. Tho now minister was invited out , tho C08t ot n,0 wi,o0 huslness, of Pabylonlans and Hebrews. One of should be the marital affection. Every one dreads tho surgeon's knlfo up In tho 'would certulnly bo wrong, say many, Mesfew sue - 'the wedding rings picked He was a bachelor, and1 20 por cent Heretofore Try the Twice-a-Wee- k nnd tho operating tablo. Sometimes to supper. nothing clso will do; but many times when ho helped himself to the publishers htvvo mado moro ruins of Pompeii represents a man to abolish a custom which has ex senger for a year in connecI doctors say thpy aro necessary when cults for the third time ho looked Umn 5, c or 7 per cent on tho cap!- - and woman Joining hands, Isted so long and holds such beauti ' they aro not, Letter after letter comes Long ago In tho English marriage ful sentiments. Memphis Commer- tion with the Hartford Repub. llttlo tal UBea A 20 per cent increase In across the tablo at the. hostess to the Pinkham Laboratory, telling how ' placed by cial Appeal. lican. operations were ndvised nnd were not girl, "I don't often have such a cost Bimply puts them out of busl- ritual the ring was flrst ho' 0nly tho old, strong papers the husband on the top of tho thumb s Both papers, one year for Cerformed; or.if performetl.did no good, good supper as this, my dear," said, "In the Pinkham's Vegetable Bald In his most propitiatory touo. wll bQ aDi0 t0 itve through tho next ot the left hand, as he 561. 50. All clubbinir subscrip- was used and good heulUi followed. ' nu.nt ot tho Father," then placing it Wo don't either." said the little girl, FOR FLETCHER'S jtions should be addressed o to If you want nrtvlco writo Co. ' smiling. "I'm awful glad yoii camo." j VP congressional investigation U n to thb flrst finger, "In the nameA Jyjlla 15. Piiiklinin Altnllrlno ' Republican, Hartford, Ky. Inves- - of the Bon," next on tho mlddlo flnw ow on foot, but, like all these Christian Herald. (cGnildentlaP;, Lynn, Muss. ZEPPELINS 8. JLJLAJLVs VTI. Sport Shirts Values. one-thir- , 50c, $1.00 and $1.50 i Come In and See What Big I, -l Hi4b Clothing Co. HARTFORD, KY. S$$froV!WS$VS I ! To-da- v. Certainly Buy a Johnston t J i t t j t gas-pro- Carry complete repairs for any Pm ty-fl- ," m A. B. Row St Son j Centertowti, Ky. Vanderbilt Training School for Boys- te ELKTON, KY. MATHENEY & BATTS WOMAN AVOIDS OPERATION id !ryr " VrTZl: iv.. ,,,,, nmx ' con-iectl- st J pit, I ; J Com-pou- Children Ory CASTORIA v cd Press found Hint beyond using would Inside. Perhaps Germany GOOD the French Foil for crops nnd French like to have us antagonistic to the wood, coal and Iron, tho German English and French but wo have no army Iibb no economic connection of Kntwwl nrroriUn to 1w nt tbr rortofflc reason lo side with the Teutons. If FOR BUMPER CROP any sort with tho Frcncli population. UnrtloM, Ky., ft mnll mutter ot the rrrond we had cause to Join In the mammoth eloM, Although tho French workmen arc be In there bcar- Rtniccle we should welcome to sell their labor they apIf wo Ing our part of the burden. Editor ' AMJBON .1. HARNETT parently are not often employed by one should be given cred-- I have not no 1MTTKK OK RAIN DROPS SOUNDS the Germans, considering this W. 8. TIN8LEY,. .Business Manager it for keeping us out of war. Cot-Pri- ce Semi-Annu- al .MIGHTY GOOD TO OHIO ' Hut probably we are on a 'cold to nil communications COUNTV FARMERS. Address trail. It may be Mexico with whom Tho Hartford Republican. .'(HI MADE HOMELESS BY 'the President has kept us out of ...- onn una .,.- - iih Vrtti. Iir w iijw kotii SUDDEN RISK IN CKKEK Will SUBSCRIBERS iU NOTICE TO TAKES NEW LIFE llulmrrllipm dmlrlnK the twNT wutto ft new from avenging the murder of Amor-- 1 CORN -- 111 a wu Imnt un frr1 lirtlltT. Addrww ninut (fire the old mldnM In making th Hnnnlbal, Mo., Aug. 15. Five hunlean muzvusf roqomt. dred families were made homeless ing to Justice the bandit Villa, If he Local nnd XoIIit 10c ier line nnd fc Iltwlnmi of Do- here and hundreds of ncres has kept us from fumigating the In- Shower Worth Thousand ytr line for eiwh mldllloniil liwrtlnn. Itenciliitloux nnd Card t Tlnnkn'.r-llars Tor The 'increase In Yield of land were flooded by n sudden rise fested Republic so that It might be Oliltnnrle. ptrlli. moue.v In minim v. worthy of being a neighbor to a civIn Rear Creek, which flows through Alone. Churvh Nntlcp lor mrvlcm frw, lint othei I, ilized people, from starting her on the city. The flood was due to a Be jwr Hi"". tdTertUfTin-ntH- , If he has four-Inc- h will rtlve no the road to advancement, rain last night. No lives coiiirannlmtlon Anonymoa kept us from preserving the pros-- 1 The very much welcomed rains that were lost, according to available re- ttnctlon tlge and dignity of these United naVo fallen In Ohio county this ports, although ninny narrowly es- -' B States, do you owe him your vote? j Week have been of Incstlmnblc value enped drowning. Trnln service has This salo is held just onco every season ..... LS3 Cumttilani If circumstances Justified war with t0 ,ho farmers. The long drouth been seriously crippled nnd a number ,.. CO 3Toxx33.zb 3u.tual and means a real reduction on all Low Shots Mexico, war It should have been and la(j begun to tell upon the corn nnd of factories have been forced to shut hesitancy. without other crops nnd a few more days of down because of flooded buildings. in our department. These goods are not FRIDAY, AUGUST 18. It Is the most ridiculous campaign tlle ,jry weather would have been dis- bought for this sale, but are Our regular stock. cry ever Invented. When two men nstrous. Corn has taken on new Ufa REAVER DAM DEPARTMENT. Aug. 10. Miss Luclle Pirtle, of have cause to fight they either light nnd Ohio county promises n bumper REPUBLICAN TICKET. They come in patent leather, dull kid and or one of them backs down. If we crop of high quality. Several weeks Hartford, was the guest of Miss Ella gun metal. had cause to fight we either faught ago corn was believed to have been McKenney last Thursday nnd FriFor President, or backed down. We didn't fight. damaged heavily by a hard wind- day. CHARLES EVANS HUGHES. Did we back down or did we have no storm but most of the stalks blown Misses Ellle nnd Eula Mulhall en' Kor Vice President, reason for going to war? In cither down,' but not broken, have resumed tertained with a hay ride Friday evAll Low CHARLES WARREN FAIRBANKS. case where, in the name of the saints, ening in honor of their visitor, Miss their vertical position with little For Congress, Low does Woodrow Wilson come In for $3.10 Jnunlta Ilurke. The Invitations in- - j JOHN P.' HASWELL, JR. Misses Myrl Miller, Genevn the credit? The tobacco crop In the county this eluded: All $3.50 Low . For County Attorney, year is said to be the best raised In Taylor, Altha Williams, Anna Barnes, A. D. KIRK. Mr. Hnnilctt Recovers. Austin, years. A drive through tho rural Elizabeth Moore, Elolsc All Low Barksdale Hamlctt, of Hopktns-vlll- e, districts shows the weed to possess Grace Williams, Mary Stewart, Vlrglc of Pub- - an unusually good color and, since Mulhall and Ella McKenney; Messrs.! former Superintendent All Low $2.00 Where are they who called him tllc Instruction, arrived In Louisville the rains have fallen, appears to be t Lyman Taylor, Everett Likens, Char- "Dummy Hughes?" In Vlr- - I III IV Wife. 11 Dl"CHI8 liivfo, Tuesday from bis old home HUlard Doss, Way-- 1 All Low IMVuuuu He Greenwell. $1.55 will remain here several that ohIo county tobacco will be In land Barnes, Omar Mulhall, R. H. money that Rlnfa and 111 The betting Is even r lita Imtna nA I1IIVH t.r MIMIlIf' Ulllllk LJ Ilia IIUIIIl. demand by buyers this fall nnd It Shelley, Jack Wattcrson, Marshall Hughes and Fairbanks will carry Honkinsvtlle. Mr. Hamlett has fully should bring the best price received Barnes, Hamll King, E. M. This ir.cludes women's, girls,' misses,' chilKentucky in November. E recovered from an illness which phys- In years. Frank Barnes and V C. Gar-rlo- tt dren's, boys' and men's every Low Shoo in crops of less Importance icians believed for several weeks nnd Mrs. E. R. Tayand Mr. Other Congressmen Johnson and Thomas would result in his death. He was also benefited by the soaking lor. the department, except 131 L LI KEN SHOES. were the only Kentucklans who vot- confined to bis ben In a hospital for have Dr. and Mrs. J. O. McKenney and rains and unless some unforeseen measure ed against the Navy increase several weeks, but was able to leave calamity befalls Ohio county farmers children, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Statlcr Tuesday. the Institution four weeks ago and they will come out the long end of and son, accompanied by Miss Ella Aten's Palm Beach now VirMcKenney and Mr. V. C. Garriott the horn this fall. Zeppelins will soon go to the home of his father in It Is said that i spent Sunday motoring. ginia, where he fully recuperated. A complete Men's Kool'Krash now bo carrying mail across the deep, open a law ofAdministrator's Notice. lunch had been prepared and was fulthey won't car- He expects shortly to but here's one male fice in Hopklnsville or some other All persons having claims against ly enjoyed on the banks of Green ry Just yet. Louis- the estate of George W. Maddox, River. city in Western Kentucky. deceased, must'present same to mo The citizens of this city enjoyed A New York lawyer had three liv- ville Times. m at my home near Washington church. the opportunity of seeing "The Bating wives and got by with It for Hartford, Route 5, Ohio county, Ky., tle Cry of Peace" Monday evening. awhile, but they are now fighting ov- FARMERS TO SEE 100 TRACTORS AT WORK or to Attorneys Woodward fc Kirk, The two shows were well attended er the dead man's estate. Hartford, Ky., for payment, proper and all felt fully repaid. in.iinn'innifa a ii p. 1 f. If nresent ly verified as required by law, wlth- Miss Vcrna Whitley, who has been Through courtesy to the President TCor.ror.ATX3 are fulfilled, 125,000 , 60 fJaj.B fronl thls latei or De ror- - the guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Tay Mr. Hughes has changed his speaking Indications r M uiuiuuu, nilln MIMll- lor, returned home Wednesday. date in Kentucky from September 4 uiriners irum Ttnnn v..., ......... over tncreaiter uarrea. Mrs. Leslie Leach, of Central City, so as not to conflict with can. Illinois and Kentucky will come Given under my hand this August to the 5th to Indianapolis the week of August 4th, 191G. Is vUtitlng her father, Mr. George Mr. Wilson's Hodgenvllle address. j 28 to September 1, to witness thj 5t3 Barnes, and other relatives. G. E. SMITH, Admr. A big railroad strike still threat- operation of 100 tractors at the gl- Mr. and Mrs. Horace Sanderson ened the country at press hour last !gantlc tractor demonstration. !'INE COUNTIES TO ERECT). left Tuesday, after a short visit td anything that foreign nntlontj , most This exposition, which is national night. President Wilson advocates TUBERCULOSIS SANATORIUM Dr. W. T. McKenney and family .QUEER ORDERS OF say he may do almost, hut . not an eight hours a day settlement, 'and embraces all of the leading tracMiss Anna Barnes and brothers uuite. His own Government advisand employes and employers mark tors of the country, will give farmers Frankfort, Ky., Aug. 14. The Messrs. Frank and Marshall Barnes, t OHIO COUNTY COURT es him not to do some things that an ppportunlty to see for themselves first practical step toward eradicat- left Monday 'for an extended trip time. foreign governments would bo willJust what tractors can accompusn in ing tuberculosis by preventing its through the east. We read In the fair notes of an farm work. The wonderful results spread through contagion In Kening ho should. , Miss Myra Flener returned Monas well aB tucky will be taken August 23, when day from a house party givon by Miss THE I'X)LLOWING IS COPY OK AN Owcnsboro paper that the- display of In time and labor-savin- g Great Britain will not permlU'hlm chickens at the Owensboro fair this the other advantages of the tractors official delegates from Kenton, Camp- Gorln Flener at her home near to write a letter to Sweden or'Hol-lan- d ORDER ENTERED IN THE week Is the finest ever seen there. will be demonstrated In morning and bell, Boone, Bracken, Carroll, Galla.-tl- Cromwell, without knqwlug what 1 In YEAR 1H07. Quite an Inducement and someone afternoon exhibitions. These demthe letter, but Great Britain haa no 'Grant, Harrison, Mason Penmay be missing around this office la- onstrations will be given on a 1,000 dleton and Robertson counties will objections to his going into Mexico. Sale Notice. ter in the day. acre field six miles west ot Indian- convene at Covington to discuss .de The court proceed to regulate the It is his own Government that (ells Because of my moving to anotb- apolis on t"he National Road. him not to go Into Mexico. tails for the erection and maintenance er State, I will sell my Improved farm County Tavern rates, t: Ye gads, how we would hate to be That tractors soon will be In use on 0I a uoercuiosis sauuiunuiu uu u. (near Render, Ky.', containing 30 Tho American citizen may go to Diet, per meal, 2Dc; Whiskey per tried before a Democratic Jury of practically all farms is conceded by nmety.Seven-acr- e tract under option, acres, good dwelling, and all modern per Europe if tho Germans will not torPint, 12V4c; corn and oats editorial writers for uttering one the leading agriculture authorities near rori iMiicnen, in iwiuuu iuuu- pedo tho bont. Ho may sell goods Also, gallon, 12'6c; peach brandy, per improvements, at a bargain. word of criticism of Wilson's poli- of tho United States. The various ty. one cow, and pint, 19c; rum, wine or French bran- to Norway if he Is careful not to colt, one cies during these terribly critical State boards of agriculture as well It Is the Inauguration of the State dy,. .tier ntnt COc:r lodelnc. ner nicht.. sell too many. If ho happens to bj . .r times. "Treason," quoth they with as the Auriculture Department of the Tuberculosis Commission's plan of farm implements. Address BAIZE, 8c; hay and stabblage. per night, ,n Germany ne may send a cablegram MAYHUGH given this dividing the State into nine districts, one accord! Federal Government have ,0 tno u,,,te1 States saying that In Render, Ky. 20c; pasturage per night, 8c. 7t4p exposition approval. The advantages th'o counties of which are to erect Ordered that the Tavern Keepers h,s Pmlo the Germans can withJ. H. Thomas, of Ohio county, has i of power farming are so numerous Joint sanatoria, thus reducing expenin this county receive tho above rates Btand tho WAtern offensive. Ho to Louisville, where he SOUTH JUBILANT AS been called that it Is believed to be to the inter- ditures to a minimum and Insuring a niaj' sp,ul ,l n,1(I miy to118 ". out "FIRST RALES" ARRIVE and no more. will assist in managing the campaign ests of the farmers to see the tracmaximum of efficiency and aire of On motion of Jesse Ashby ordered tho Pers0 ' whom It Is addressed Hughes and Fairbanks in Ken- tors in operation. of w,u not Kut " the sick. Memphls, Tenn. Reports from that his stock mark which Is an un-- , tucky. Mr. Thomas is a mighty good The demonstrations will be staged f He may almost, In Germany, allow slope In each ear, bo record- i man to have sticking around any under direction of the Indianapolis Veal Your Stock and Poultry on Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi and der It to bo. known thnt ho is an Amcrl- Republican's campaign headquarters Tractor Club. Everything Is being the best get best results. Cotton ' Tennessee show that cotton picklug ed. . can without being Insulted. At least. and Manager Petty played a trump done by this organization to assuro Seed Meal, Crushed Corn Chops, has been started In practically every not bo mobbed. Ho may, j ho will For Sale. when he landed the Narrows man. Entertain- Northern White Oats (clipped), section of the country, and that tho visitors a profitable trip. " Canada, almost persuade Cana- Gl acres of farming land for sale. has been received In a ment features will be provided. In- Bran and Shlpstuff, Dixie, Arab, "first bale" dlans that he belongs to a self-re- L. C. BROWN, Our idea ot a real optomist is a formation booths will be opened all Tankage, Shells and Grit, Distiller's largo majority of tho towns and cot Apply to spectlug nation. Thnt Is moro than McIIenry, Ky. ton market centers. man who has the nerve to launcli a week at the Union Station. Ter Dried Grains. Wojfcad Me keep the Corn- - he can hope to do In Mexico. Specinl Deputy Banking new newspaper In spite of tho prcs-pric- e Arrival of the "first balo" Is alminal Station and Hotel Sevcrin. best. Ho mny go Into Mexico and live. ways tho signal for activity In tho of paper and other necessities Shuttle train service will be run W. E. ELLIS & BRO. 4t4 If ho will say that ho Is un Eng-OReiiiK An American Citl.cn. small town. Tho lucky fanner nt connected with a publication. That, exthe Union Station and the of the positive, constructive Hshman. Ho can keep possession however, Is Just what Messrs. R. C. position grounds. dawn drives to tho "court square" GERMANS FOLLOW BUSINESS ot his property In Mexico if It be In Blandford and George W. Hancock PURSUITS BEHIND THE LINES where he stands all morning, while works of tho Wilson Administration done at Campbellsvllle. tho merchants and townspeople crowd Is tho creation of tho American clt- - Hono Indestructible form. He can The OWKNSHOHO SOLDIER have truu everywhere tho British permit Taylor County Leader has made its At the German Field Base ou about his wagon, admiring tho flee- izeu. In tho place of tho illusion RELIEVED POISONED appearance among our exchanges and Aug. Vi (Via cy staple, carefully "sampling" It which President Wilson found when him to. Ho can go right thru the the. Somme Front, ho took plnc,u now stands an embod- -' Pen door In China and fllnd himself after a critical inspection has been Dayton, Ky., Aug. 15. Mitchell Berlin, Aug. 14, 4 p. m. to Lon- and figuring out just the day and tho '" Japan. when tho "first bale was receiv- led thing. given what the printer likes, a Lalanon, aged nineteen, ot Owens- don, Aug. 15, 10:20 p. m.), hour Tho Illusion which Mr. Wilson Tho rare .privilege of American glaring O. K. Tho Leader Is newsy boro, was under observation at Behind the battle front the Ger- ed last year." -At boon tho local cotton buyers found simulated n strong citizen of citizenship is his. Not since tho and neatly printed and looks good Speer's Hospital Tuesday, after ho mans are following their profesHe was Just and j Roman with his "Clvls Iomanus with the log cabin heading Its edi- was found unconscious Monday night sions and business pursuits, tlio same appear. An auctioneer mounts the a great republic. considerate,' slow to wrath,' hiagnl-- , walked torial column. at Hodge and Brighton streets, Now-por- t, as at home. There are little res- wagon and proceeds to sell the balo tlcent In It. Ho wont where he sum" anything'the face of the oarth has like tho power of symptoms of taurants where officers and men may at auction. Sometimes merchants Lalanon shows KEEPING US OUT OK WAR. In their contribute to a fund to be used In pleased and, within tho law, did what American citizenship been known. It eat tllngs not obtainable poisoning, hospital physicians say. paying as a bonus for tho "first ho pleased. The power of the Amcr- - Is Mr. Wilson's work. Democratic campaign managers He went to Ft. Thomas wth the Hiesses; boostores, a dentlst'.a watchIn parts of the world tho Amerl- announced that they will base, Kentucky 'National Guard, but was maker, oculists and opticians and all bale." Not freauentlv as much as 'lean Government followed him. If have to , can Is afraid he will not bo taken theJr fight for of PresI-- , rojected. working for classes of workshops required by the 25 or 30 cents a pound Is paid tor ho chose to sell a phonograph He had been tho "first bale," although cotton mny Rulsull, ho hunted up Kalsull and for on Englishman; In other parts army. dent Woodrow Wilson on tho ground? ofllcers at the fort. that he has kept us out of war dun-lnIn the bookshops good literature not bo worth more than 12 or 13 tried to got an order. He could safe- - ho is In deadly fear ho will be. '. He his term of office. A great rea- DECLINES PLACE ON of all kinds may bo purchased, tho cents. Arrival of tho "first balo" j ly peddle ice cream cones to Mulay never knows whether ho will get n son, indeed, why tho American peo'PEACE' COMMISSION stock of ono of them Including Ger means that business Is about to boom head hunters and carry knitting punch or a kick. The Democracy is sure that1 the ple should rally to the support ot tho man translations of Carlylo, Bulwer qud that good times aro coming in needles to Afghan chiefs. He could go with a lino of gas American citizen likes this. Tho Washington, Aug. 15. Tho third Lvttou. Mark Twalu, Alphonso Dau- - tho rural southland. Because of an Democratic banner. These United States have had In nan originally selected by President det, Alexander Dumas and other writ- unfavorable reason tho crop will bo ranges Into the Soudan or distribute Democracy Is sure that the American pres- Wilson to servo with Secretary La no ers. Tho dentist thus far during the short, but the price will bo high tracts In the Yemen. The world was ( citizen can control his trembling' fin their employ about twenty-si- x besides Wilson. Tliuy havo and Justice Braudeis on tho commis- year has had 4,138 patients, among and tho fanners are not complain- - his oyster and the power of his Gov gers long enough to make a cross idents ernmeut was the knife thnt opened where It will do tho most good for been engaged in four important wars, sion to composo Mexican border trou- them being tho Marquis Davocourt, lite. It for him. Nations said, "There's everything Democratic In the flecleaving twenty-tw- o presidents that bles has declined to serve, It became for whom ho made a set of falsa an American," and hatB caino olf. tion, and, that patriotic duty perFor Sale. kept us out ot war. A great rea- known Brandols also has teeth. Good 120 acre rami on Rough It is to President Wilson's credit formed, put himself under tho proson It Is why we should voto for declined and tho President is under and opticians havo as Tho oculists ilson stood to bo considering a long list of customers men whose chief duty Is River, 3 miles west ot Hartford. CO that ho has destroyed this illusion. tection of tho nearest policeman aii. time during tho European available men for appointments In tho to watch tho sky all day for enemy acres in cultivation; other CO acres An American citizen now may go al- bo escorted to a dugout where ho can most anywhere he Is not forbidden hide. Wo uro a grateful Nation. Jr been .Invited to Join In two places. Tho name ot tho third aviators a sovpro strain on their woodland. Improved. Apply, "' ' to go, and In almost any fashion that "He has kept us out of 'tINSLEY & BARNETT, Wo can do tho Allies man among the original selections eyes. M Is not denied hlra.' He may do al- Tribune. Am the outside than on the never has been divulged. Hartford, Ky. The correspondent of the Assoclat- - Hartford Republican. PROSPECTS Now Conies Our ' t.. rh 11 ! Shoe Sale to-da- y lA II AlSl l UK ,. j y. $5.00 AU$4.00 $3.00 $2.50 $2.00 I ! ' i Shoes, Shoes, Shoes Shoes Shoes. Shoes. $3.75 $2.65 $2.40 .4 J Van-Eato- i Suits, Suits, $4.50 $5.50 J ..... ii Ca rson Si Co HartFord, Ky. - n, to-wl- j -- I J I I no j ' wur."---Chl-ca- V wwjiiwMrtW Big Reduction fwwtomi Duko's family havo had a reunion this week, to-da- OUTLINE PRESIDENT'S CAMPAIGN MATTER WILSON'S CHIEK CLAIM WILL KEEPING UNITED STATES OUT OK WA It. Now that the summer days will soon be a thing of the past, we aro making big reductions in all spTnig and summer merchandise. Not too late for you to buy, but too late fir us to replenish our fine summer Charming Effrct in Gtorcctte McC Pattern No. 7339, one of the nuny nw dcticnt for September stock, so every yard of our spring Merchandise is now reduced. Plenty of plain and fanny Voiles, Organdies, Lawns, etc., including the niiich-sought-fAwning Stripe Wide Stripe Skirtings, also white materials for bkirts, as well as a complete line of Silks and Woolens. or leave for Mr. Fred Cooper-wly to purchase fixtures Louisville for ( the new City Ilcstnurant. Ho will also buy a new automobile to bo used In tlio transfer business of Cooper & Co. Hon. J. I. Sandcrfur hn"s been appointed a commissioner from Ohio county to attend the Southern Appa-lacliiGood Roads Convention to t bo held at Lexington, September Ctli, Oth, 7th and Stli. Mr. Carl M. Taylor, of Prentls, was In Hartford Monday morning before leaving that afternoon for a business trip to Cottage Grove, Oregon. Mr. Taylor will be absent for about thirty days. tlst AssociaTho Ohio County-Uaption was in session at Woodward's Valley Wcdncsdny and Thursday. A number from Hnrtford attended. Re ports are to the effect that nn interesting and well attended session was held. Mrs. Lucy Hubbard left yesterday for Chicago where her son, Walter, is confined In a hospital with partial paralysis. If Mr. Hubbard improves sufficiently he will accompany his mother homo within the next few days. I I I lF HARTFORD COLLEGE Begins I(s 37th Year I IK J X Short Lengths in Percales, Ginghams, Etc., all very desirable for children's school wear. Ladies' SHOES. We carry McCall patterns in 'stock, and have a competent corps of salesladies to give you uvery attention. Don't forget this, and Remember that SPECIAL OFFERING now in Children's Men's LOW-CU- T It Pays To Trade With House That Saves You Money. 2kZ&l&(9a Hartford Republican. r Thomas F. Johnston, Sulphur Springs, was here on business yesterday. KIM HAY,. AUGUST 18. Miss Myrtle Maddox, Beaver Dam, is visiting-hesister, Mrs. W. C. Blan- L., n. & ST. li. R, B. TIME TABLK. kenshlp, city. No. 113 due at Ellmltch 8:32 p. m. Mr. Waltpiarr"Brooks, of Evans- No. 110 duo at Ellmltch 7:30 a. m. Jvllle, Ind., is visiting the family of No. 112 Lv. Ellmltch . 3:40 p.m. Sheriff S. O. Koown . C:3S p.m. Ar. Irvington Misses Julia Crombaugh and Mae .. Lv. Irvington . 5:6G p.m. Mamount, of Frankfort, are spend- ject. 41 Ar. Louisville . 7:40 p.m. ing two or three weeks with Miss Imagine receiving .your morning' "" "Na. Lv. Louisville . 8:35 a. m. Edna Black, of near town. mall and finding among- - letters, paAr. Irvington .10:06 a. in. Mr. Chas. C. Wedding;of Indian- pers, etc., a real live pig. That Is Lr. Irvington .10:40 a.m. apolis, visited his father. Judge R. what happened to Mr. Rowan Ar. Ellmltch . . 1:04 p. m. It. Wedding, from Saturday until Wednesday when the little M., II. & E. K. B. TIME TABLE. porker sent him by Mr. T. F. TayMonday. I South Bound, No. 11E Messrs. J. D. Ford and O. L. lor, Route 5, reached Its destina8:45 a, m. Due at Hartford Chaney, of Bowling Green, will leave tion. The pig only weighed about North Bound, No. HI eleven pounds and required a nine 5:55 p m, (today for Owensboro, after a visit cent stamp. Carrier Jesse Felix Due at Hartford with friends and relatives in Hart(Both "Mixed Trains.) transported tho unique package. ford. Corporal Rowan H. Raley, H comRev. J. K. Goodman of tho Gen- pany, arrived Wednesday night from eral Baptist church, was recently Ft. Thomas on a five days leavo of granted authority by the County ubsonco. Corporal Raley brings the Court to solemnize tho rites of mat- Personal News :: news that Captain James H. rimony. has again been rejected by Lee Hicks, who has been confined the Federal medical examiners and and Social Euents. i; to his bed with typhoid fever for has gone to Washington In his own several weeks, is improving rapid- behalf. Several of the II company ly and is now thought to bo out of boys came In Sunday night, some on danger. leavo and some by reason of honoraMrs. F. L. Felix is visiting relatives Two recruits wera Miss WlllytTSmltlf hafTreturned to ble discharge. Bowling Green, after a visit with sent from here to Madlsonvllle Satin Greenville. Mr. Mayhugh Baize, of Render, Misses Hettlo and Ruth Riley, of urday, where they reported to Lieut. Hartford, and Mrs. Guy Statelcr, of Sory, recruiting officer for Western was hero Wednesday. Kentucky. Glenn Barnes is abbT tobo out af- Taylor Mines. m Sevoral'ofthe younger set enjoy-o- d ter several days Illness. .SEEDS. a bathing party Wednesday afterMr. and Mrs, Isaac Foster havo reBest Quality Field and Grass noon at the ripple below the Rough opened the Commercial HoteL by Seeds, German Millet, Red Top, Kencottage, In Illver bridge. Lunch was served Kor Bent. A tucky Blue Grass, White Sweet Clothe young ladles. Clover, , good repair. Apply at this otflce Ctf ,I thirty Hartford and ver, Red Clover, Alslko Northm Timothy and returned . Mrs. oTvrmm-attended tho fair Crimson Clover,White Rye. neonle Rocleaned ,i. .from a visit to her parents at utica. 0weMbo;o terjay. Sovoral ern It pays Don't sow cheap seeds. When in Hartford slop at the New moro nfe oxpe:ted to g0 over l0 tUo ' to sow the best and Wo and Mo Isaac Foster, pro- - ne,B,lbor cUy Commercial Hotel, havo a fresh stock In our hpusa. 7U ! P'ctor. Miss W. E. ELLIS & BRO. , T . swflT,,, nt Southwestern wno . NeirTweddeilTToT uenruue 4t4 .. . ...... m(bb. Calhoun, .. . V' w. i...w mi. na8 0qen visiting Missouri, is visiting his brother, Mr. gculeramor and other Relatives here MclIENBY WOMAN CHABGKD A. D. White. for tho paBt two or three weeks, reWITH SELLING INTOXICANTS Mr, Cash Spalding, of" Chicago, turned to her home ,yesterday. y A warrant was sworn out for Mrs. after a visit with will leave Misses Annie Her, Marie Her and friends, Owons- - Flora, B. Bratcher, of McIIeury, and Hartford Willie Boll Underwood, of Itov. J. W. Qreen.of Horso Branch, boro, and Oscar and Gladys Donnett, Sheriff Kjeown went down WednesMrs with day and mude tho arrest. will proach at the Christian church Hartford, spent last week-en- d Bratcher Is charged with selling Mrs. L. B. Tlchenor, on Route 5. Sunday morning and night. She was brought befons Booms For Bent Furnished or j goo tho nQW llne 0j onu,n0ue,j light house- - ware Jugt recoJve(l at iler.8 (jr0cory. Judgo Wilson Wednesday and upon unfurnished rooms for 7tl Tn(J j,ougewjf0 8i10uld bo well equip-- 1 failure to' give bond was placed In keeping. Apply at this office CUBlOliy Ul junur luiurwu. uauuiiu- of pod during theso hot days. Make lug Air and Mrs. E. D. Turley, trial is set for Saturday morning. are visiting Mr. and Mrs. her smllojvltli a glftjrom Iler's. j A wlth warrnU wa8 ,8SUcU ... . .. . . ..... . .. . ii.mii -- . at rapt. V Greenville, u Mr8, u. n uarson aim cminrcn '.. b. A. J. wiiiiuiiisi u ll..tin tho warrant oi arrest una sixiy- Neu- vistoday . Rev. t. S.E. Harlan, pastor of tho willto return uarson-- s from a airs,- nlno bottles of a bpyerago culled urinit roomer, a It conducting Mrs. ,, tralmalt worotounu jui..iue church, is of puijqoe. A- - Duke, Mrs. utund operated by the defendant. sorles of meetings at Horse Branch. Joslo , . President Wilson slcned the commissions of Ernest Blrkhcad as postmaster of Hartford and Otho Dexter as postmaster of Beaver Dam Tuesday. It Is expected that the new officials will go into office the first of September. Miss AmyM7Longost. Superlntend- cnt of Common Schools of Muhlen-bur- g County and It. M. Stroud, Superintendent of McLean County Schools, have been In attendance at Colored Teachers' Inthe stitute here this week. Seeme and inHail Insurance sure that fine crop of tobacco against a hail storm. You cannot afford to take the risk when such rates as I am in position to offer are obtainable. Information gladly furnished. It. It. RILEY, Hartford, Ky. Mr. Delmar Stewart has sold his Interest in the firm of Cooper & Company and moved with his family to In the deal Cromwell yesterday. with the transfer company he became owner of one of the new Hupmobiles and drove to Cromwell in tho machine. The Board of tho Western Kentucky Seminary at Beaver Dam has elected Messrs. Claude Shultz and Aaron T. Boss as president and vice president, respectively, Messrs. Still-we- ll and Tanner, who were at tho head of the school last year, having resigned. Rev. B. W. Napier will preach at the local M. E. Church Sunday morning and evening at the usual hours. The subject In the forenoon will be "The Compelling Forces in the Life of Christ" and for the evening services "The Satisfying Power of a Great Aspiration" will bo the subty Cleveland, O., Aug. lb. The issues upon which President Wilson w,IU bate his fight for were outlined by Secretary of War Baker to members of the Democratic County Central Committee at their He speconvention here cifically told them these were the arguments they could advance in behalf of the President. The War Secretary's speech folas chairman of lowed his both the Central and Executive Com' mittees. Keeping the United States out of war Is to be tho principal claim of acPresident Wilson for cording to Mr. Baker. He declared "the fact we are at peace to be the greatest argument of all for Presi dent Wilson." The other issues are composed for tho most part of the accomplish Democratic legislative ments. As outlined by Mr. BaKer they are: The Federal Reserve Bank act. The Rural Credits Bill. Amendment to the Ship Registry act. The Underwood Tariff Bill. Preparedness policy. The Child Labor Bill now pending in Congress. NOTICE. Having bought the interest of my brother, B. H. Ellis, in the Ellis Milling Co., wo desire all those indebted to us to please call and settle all old accounts. I will continue the flour mill business at the same old stand and will appreciate the patronage of all my friends. Will have on hand at all times Flour, Meal, Bran and Ship-stuf- f. W E. ELLIS, Hartford, Ky. 4t4 I MONDAY, SEPT. 4, 1916. to li o nn no I: Under the new law those entering High School before they are twenty will receive free tuition 'till they finish. Enter now and avail yourself of these opportunities, For further information, call or address I H. E. Brown, Pres. or Henry Leacli, Uiee Pres. STRAY STREAKS. (By Fluke McFluke.) itinerary will be advanced, one dar until Lexington, Ky.) is reached September 5. The extra day gained wH3 COLORED INSTITUTE IN SESSION THIS WEEK Colored teachers from Ohio, Muhare lenberg and McLean counties holding their annual Institute in tho court house this week under the instruction of Frank L. Williams, principal of Sumner High School, St. are the Louis. Williams' lectures cause of much favorable comment from the colored teachers and visitors. Ollie Steaveln, of Llvermore, was elected chairman of the Institute and Mrs. Albert Short, of Beaver Dam, secretary.' The session will adjourn . at noon to-da- y. be filled in Nashville, Tenn., where Mr. Hughes will speak September 4. I certainly feel sorry for Mr. the daj scheduled for the President Charles Warren Fairbanks. Why to speak in Kentucky. don't some friend inform him that A New Genus. he has been nominated as a candidate A famous botanist' found d plant for "Vice President? that he did not know. At that moEnglish boy and C. O. ment a shock-heade- d Claude Blankenship Hunter went to Dawson Springs Inat strolled along the road and stopped, h at him. Friday to spend some ten or twelve to graze "I say!" called tho botanist urdays for their health and there being nothing In Dawson to drink strong- gently. "See that plant there that Do er than mineral water, Hunter came pale pink one in the corner? ' home Sunday and Blankenship tuft- you know It?" ., tho country boy ed it out until Tuesday.- briefly. "What's'its name? Do you know Rowan Holbrook received a live pig the other day by ParcelPost and what family It belongs to?" The lad, Jerking a grubby thumb on delivery of the same, or rather cotbefore the postmaster would make over his shoulder toward a UtUe was forced to pay 9 tage said tersely: '.'Ugglnses!" delivery Rowan cents charges which I presume was Bread. on account of excessive squeal. I Chlcago.Aug. 16. Bakers throughdon't know whether Miss Harriet out the country are preparing to adstamped it or not. vance the prico of the five-celoar H. Thomas, the Beads Oddly of bread to six cents, according lo J. Strung author, is In Republican head- Paul Schultzc, head of one of Chicaquarters at Louisville. In a letter go's largest baking concerns, , to a friend he Invited Fluke to call The advance may crime within two .' . upon him at Mrs. Seelbach's, I weeks, he said. "If flour prices remain at .their think it was. He said something about giving me a Seelbach special. present high figure It will be Impossmall-s!s-e- d Presume it Is some, sort of a newfan- sible for bakers to sell the loaf for five cents," Mr. Schultz gled dish, sumfin ter eat I guess. ' '' said. open-moutld SW-Oe- nt nt to-da- y. Ill Hol-bro- i r i se t J1 to-da- ' i to-da- I I ,..- - Our friend, Capt. Cox, says as how Queer Cuso.ln Court. he don't like these rubber heeled and , Georgetown, Ky., Aug. 15. In soled shoes. He says that it enables rather unusual casojn County Court, easof the one's wife to slip up on one too At a meeting of the Board a Jury found Green Jones guilty of too often. Kentucky Stato Union of the A. S. ily, and entirely utilizing laud which did not belong of E., held in Central City, August to him and he was ordered to reBob Walker and Alec Porter at- move a fence surrounding a small 16, meetings were arranged for In tended the Association at Woodward's body of water.' Owen Howard, one Ohio county as follows: Valley this week. Walker says Por- of Jones' neighbors, brought suit M. P. Johnson and L. M. Robertter was placed upon the programme against him for appropriating the meetings at son will address Ralph's Chapel, Monday, Aug. 21. to discuss the question, "Why I am strip of land, which for years has and after they saw been known as "Congress here UellB Run, Tuesday, Aug. 22, land," Porter devour that mutton, chicken there being no deed recorded for It. Buford, Wednesday, Aug. 23. and oodles of other high priced edi- Jones usod tho creek which ran Heflln, Thursday, Aug. 24, bles, Alec was quietly Informed that through tho tract for watering bis Beda, Friday, Aug. 25. Warsaw, Wis., and , the aforesaid question.' did not need stock and, when tho stock law wax Mr. Jones, of T. II. Balmaln, of Ohio county will further explanation and ho would voted In his tireelnct, fenced it In. not have a place upon the program. speak at Porter says that Walker was rjght Fordsville, Monday, Aug. 21, Administrator's Notice. around there all the- - time and that Springs, Tuesday, Aug. 22, Gum All persons having, claims against Sulphur Springs, Wednesday, Aug. Bob had his appetite with him and tho estate of L. D. Taylor, deceasit was In rare form. Porter, further ed, are notified to present same to 23, Schroader's School House, Thurs states that a number of people took mo properly proven, for payment, offense at Bob, some because he did within 60 days, at my home on Rout day, Aug. 24. not eat with them and others be- 3, Beaver Dam, Ohio county, Ky, Centertown, Friday, Aug. 25. above meetings will bo cause he did. AH of tho This July 29th, 1916. 5t3p held at 2:00 p. m. F. L. TAYLOR,, Admr. Saturday all the speakers will meet HUGHES CHANGES DATE OF LEXINGTON SPEECH In the court house at Hartford for Boasts Blue Gruhs Bonds. graud rally. Every one Interested a Cincinnati, 0 A'ug. 14. Dr. Lau-r- o Now York, Aug. 14. William R. In getting tho best price possible for j Mullcr, Secretary of Foreign1 Republican tho tobacco crop Is urged to ue pres- Willcox, chairman of tho In the Brazilian Cabinet, win, National Commltteo, announced toent for a general discussion of the "I motored itinerary of Charles is here, said situation. Meeting will be called night that tho E. Hughes had been changed through through tho bluegrasa of Kentucky. promptly at one o'clock. "politeness" to President Wilson to While the country Is very beautiful t avoid speeches by both candidates In must confess that tho roads aro very poor." Ho will leavo here Kentucky September 4. FOR FLETCHER'S 1, when Mr. for Wushlugton to confer with Pre-ldeFrom September Wilson. Hughes will be' lu Kansas City, tho ", Af-fa- lrs y: Sugar, Cheapest In The Country. For a short time we will give with each 16 size, 7jewel Elgin, Case Watch at $5.50, an ors. ,of. Sugar for $1.00 worth, der at J. C. Iler's. This is to introduce this new model neat, durable, fine Gents' Watch, which; used to sell at $7.00. If you ever" intend to own a watch, don't let this pass, as the like is rarely offered. Also Just received a splendid line of fine Watches, Watch Bracelets, Jewelry, Kodaks, Films and Supplies and if you buy any of these before seeing our line, you loose. Prompt attention given mall nnd telephone orders. We test eyes and fit glasses. J. B. TAPPAN, Jeweler and Optician, Hartford, Ky. 7t4 . A. S. OK E.,OBATOBS TO SPEAK IN OHIO COUNTY ne 12-lbtime-keepi- Tays to Advertise. One of the merchants who advertises in this sheet has even attracted bats at his place of business. 69 bats, so it Is reported, tried in vain to gain entrance to this business house during a rush lately and" failing to get in they lodged behind the large sign over the doors. When bats can locate a bargain place there should be no excuse for a common person missing It. , ; Bill Riley has had his barber's post newly painted. There has been some question as to whether he did it for Improvement or was merely collecting a debt. Heg Casebler says any how in the painting there was a bill paid and as It now stands we don't know who paid. BEAD THIS. ''i If in need of Corn, Hay, Oats, DixFeeds, Chicken ie or Arab Mixed Feeds, Grits and Shells, Weber Wagons, Farm Implements, Repairs, on the Deerlng and "McCormick Mowing Machines, Grass and Field Seeds of all kinds, in seasa'n,as well as the best Patent BJuo Ribbon and Second Patent Red Rose Flour, two-foTile for wells, Bock Salt, Stock and Poultry Remedies, we are prepared, to furnish you as cheap as like articles are to be had elsewhere, If not cheaper. Call and let us quote jan before buying. W. E. ELLIS & BRO., The Produce Men Hartford, Ky. 3t3 Note Cash always paid for Poultry and Eggs. ot m t r Children Cry CASTO Rl A ht ut WKKKKKtKIISmmvSSSSM Such tobacco enjoyment could be is CLAY WAS CAPE MAY ll?:ro:fe0Sloxi.Ei.JC HOTEL ! VISITOR KAMOl'H 69 YEARS .AGO POWHATAN HKdlSTKIl ALSO COX- TAINS TIIK AUTOGKAHI, "A. MNC'OIjN AM) WIKK." Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession In IhU and Adjoining counties. ComMwrcUl and Criminal Practice ft Specialty. T WAIMISTIIATTON JftSHINCTOl ' D.C. .Lor AMERICAN I as you never thought command quick as yours to y (M ?ffil On the Sill you buy some Prince a Albert and fire-u- p pipe or a home-mad- e cigarette Prince Albert gives you every tobacco satisfaction your smoke-appetiever hankered ! te ! for. Viwfi it's made by a patented nrneess that curs out bite and parch! Prince Albert has always been sold without coupons or premiums. That's because rTr aide 1 tou will read: "Pro. cpu P.tented - Whif. ?oth. ww.- , .5,jd ?wsy 19 'ill 4 El!rJr ll Mj'IA'Jeeerl " H H B We prefer to give quality br.i .., i"""u.RAl?ip1Erll rr, bniNRF Buy Prince Albert every-whetobacco is sold in toppy red bag, 5c; tidy red tint, 10c; handsome pound tin humid and dors and that corking fine hum!- -' pound crystal-glas- s dor with the tobacco I top that keep re half-pounsponge-moistener Albert ut I the national joy smoke like of it! has a flavor as different as it is delightful. You never tasted the And that isn't strange, either. rv.r. think thpv rnn't smoke a Dine or roll a ciga Ara in$uchcleeertrimalwaytl rette can smoke and will smoke if they use Prince Albert. And smokers who have not yet given P. A. a try-ocertainly have a big surprise and a lot of enjoyment coming their way as soon as they invest in a supply. Prince Albert tobacco will tell its own story ! N. C R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO, Winston-Salem- , Cape Mny, N. J., Aug. 12. Henry Clay, "the mill boy of tlie Slashes." was at Cape May sixty-nin- e years ago on the coming Wednesday. morning, On Monday August in, 1S47, this fn moils Kentucky statesman arrived at Cape May In company with United Stntes Senator John M. Clayton, of Dclcware, and was a guest at the Mansion House, which was destroyed by Arc In 1S55. The register showing tho name of Clay and of Clayton and of many scores of prominent peoplo who followed him A most Is still In existence. , here, (Interested Investigator of the hotel ' register was Chief Justice Shackel ford Miller, of the Kentucky Court of Appeals, who is spending the sum- mer at Cape Mny. The samo hotel register contains, for Tuesday, July 31, 1S49, the autograph, "A. Lincoln & wife," written In Lincoln's own hand. On that vis- by Gen. John , it he was accompanied js. Irlck, of New Jersey. Mr. Lincoln had on the March preceding concluded his only term In Congress and had been waiting In Washington with the hopes of receiving from President Zachary Taylor the appolnt- , ment of Commislsoner of the Central Land Office. He was doomed to disappointment, ns the position went to Hutterfleld, of Chicago. i Denjamine Louisville Courier-Journa- l. 4S ' ! m rnimnril.Ky. OTTOC M.HTIn llnrtlnnl, Ky. 'In a cttjr where good hotela bound, the Powhatan heads the list. It It tint In "the hearts of III countrymen, STRATTON & MARTIN CROMWELL, - KY. ' Will practice their profession In this and djolnlng counties. Collections, Commercial and Criminal Practice Prompt and vlgorout Specialty. service- - Notary in office. Attornoys at Law MMM.MtaMMM Tfie Towhatan if teflneil, and tcitful. lis xctl lent location on Pennsylvania Avenue, 18th and II Streets makes it a desirable headquarter (or bridal coupler, touriit Iiarties, conventions, Schools and , colleges. The Powhatan attracts the Tropic ol culture and education, to State, War and Navy Departments, alio to many interest, roints ol historical makes this hotel especially attractive to a discriminating pub- 0.E.TAYL0R.C.E. Beaver Dam, Ky. Highway and Drainage Design. lic DR. The Powhatan offers rooms with detached bath at J1.50, $2. CO and up. Rooms with private bath, 2.30, $3.00 and up. Write tor booklet with mspi HART YRTERINARY SURGEON ky. iu:avi:k dam, 0. E. CLIFFORD O M Manager. . LEWIS. C at numii.rUMih..-1- mvr Ofllrc James Tiijlor'h Livery Hnrn. , W - ' TWO KXTItKMKK. I.eft Chills. ItaljV Rlfcht WIiik TtMi Warm While presence of such craft. The details I she will develop her water power for of this he was unable to furnish be- - more and cheaper electricity." WAR BRINGS NO cause of Its immediate military im- - j Concluding, tho Inventor polntel out tnat tll,s u t,,e nrst Breat war portance. Marconi, In which women have been so gener-"thNVENTIONS "Let me say," said Mr. one of the personal inconven-- j ally spared. "In early times we had sometimes iences of this war is that I cannot s. continue my visits Ito the United entire countries where men, my visits in ISOD.'en and children were destroyed by MARCONI SAYS MOST DISCOVERI began times, IES ARE OI MINOR IMPORwhen your people so warmly wel- - famines and epidemics in war TANCE TO WORLD. helped me. Since then In our own days the progress of corned and I have been there exactly forty times, science, of hygiene, has Increased population and made Imposible these which is perhaps a record." War Incidentally, the inventor referr- -' old methods of destruction. GERMANY MUST GIVE IN position of the United still remains, as the present conflict ed to the means States. "I don't think the United proves, and as a more terrible should' ever fear any fatal, of destruction than in the past, with States J n veil tor Quotes From Statistics To disastrous invasion," he said. "Her the striking difference, however.that a Hoire- Show Teutons' Canse spas nrotect her too well. She Is too it destroys men ana not me womless One. mighty a country In population and en." I doubt force to be ever conquered. Not Improbably. if, with reasonable precaution, even A gentleman of a very excitable Rome, July 31. No notable scien- her coasts could be Injured or land arc ed upon tii ovncHpnrn nf this war and emotional nature had the mis- tific discoveries or inventions He took j fortune to lose his wife. growing out of the great war, In the has shown how easy it Is to protect the affliction very much to heart and by submarines, even when opinion of William Marconi, the wire-len- s a coast It I at the grave was so overcome tnai no the invader is a near neighbor. gathered Inventor. In an interview with is a rule that will work both ways. fainted. friends His a correspondent of the Associated The United States would have vast around him and were fearful for his Press he said: difficulties in landing forces on for- life. Among them was a German He brokenly. "As for war Inventions, on the eign territory, say that of Europe. who spoke English no great ones Neither England nor Germany have stooped down and felt the gentlewhole there have been that occur to me. Most of them been able to get at each other, though man's pulse and looking up said, The "He's all right; he'll Jine been minor ones, or applica- relatively close." Christian Herald. tions of knowledge previously at our Germany Must Give In. r disposal, as In the case of poison As the prospects of peace In EuAmerican "Ichthjnl." ntcs, if these may be named at all. rope, Mr. Marconi said: "There are of the The current publication In my own field there has been some "B.ny. 1 s t ae........ by jidmtice In practical wireless ' ' ' ' on the pro- ...i.i ... ... uiu .., ... uiuu iu imu'i H.A j nun l.i n .i:.n. im- he over by winter. Of course, this partment of the Interior, wiuuu ne .nU rjated hi. of nntilery Are of a shin by signal. wlII not (llsbamlIng tIle armle, note . jrom hu uurupiuue, which nua ue-. 'c,'tl unless the Germans nave managed 10 " ' thef made possible largely through the big foo, the wor, 0 thelr population , 9 4' " as ha,t,c mn ,e( " improvements in aircraft. statistics, they must give In for lack " as " wh,c ' ,s , 7 he big lesson In Europe l.a.. ' nien and food to feed their peo-- sePtlc '"edicament.wns Imported fa" one of organization, of the phy- been ' l lsor ve rom a,f o rlcal handling of big material me the 8addCBt fact about purPe' flllod with energy has j armies. I doubt It thlB war , much 8 TyT tllat 8 foud ln "C anyone before this war ever realized up whIcn might have gone ,ho meaning an. value of railroad JT. ! bettlr purpose, d". In" IDldToO fear. too. on a large scale, aB mll8t every thInklnB man In Europe. 5 " ''UrlnUnrnPP It Is practiced In tho United States. ,' thls may not be Europe's last'000 Pun8 ,ess ast ar th,an 25.000 Europe too, has learned how to do "eat war half century, j t0Bbe fought all over ' v,ew of,the .nmitlc" !lg industrial jobs overnight, to as- nuty 1)ave t0 meet, h,gn ,J?mf ? tomble raw materials and turn ou, wlthfn another thirty years. needed factory products. there Is some way found ofi?8""""1 In Us "I .efuse to play the prophet role. )reventlng mun wat8, 0f settling i--J -- "1" !i "P-f , J-d nteresu otherwise. ?. . yui ji.uuuo i.i u u u ..j ao nol ,mnK ila,y w, nnve uuy ,w ci t,n a istu"t ,i,r w i Ki.rinim to us when peace comes." trouhlo when tho war is UU ' United States no deposits of asphal-tl- c reiTeet Wireless System. overi While she has suffered severe- material of tho peculiar typo from ru.ee tno i.eBinuinK oi .e ur ,y becaUse of freight rates, sue nas - 8urprise(1 Mr. Marconi has had unusual opporLTZTZ 0 her European tunlty for obaerv... the prac Ucu l)0r wth her economic resistance and 8UPI)lylng tho donle8t,c needs eltle nt the war having early put It's wm, tho products of her fuctories knowledge at tho service of sho furnUllea RuM,B wIth hundreds " ?,' ""J Z- IiIk country. Ai a Sen'atr-- r of tho 0f thousands of rifles and millions of pared from domestic materials by kingdom lie lias visited t.ngianu, tiei- - cartridges recently, and sho is send-Blusynthetic methods, nro now available Franco and other countries 0ther war material to France. In the markets. And Introduced industrial M ship-Sl- 0 8 nj80 manufacturing most of The Geological Survey's general Iu his capacity a3 ner 0WIl 0g KU11Bl her heavy can- ping reforms. report on "Asphalt, Helated military olllcur ho has come into non. her muchluo guns, and Illtumlnous Rock. Durclose relation with army and navy "Despite tho fact thut wo occupy ing the year tho nuturul asphalt of nnd glvon tho honulit of his sclenco tho soil of ancient Home, wo nro a varieties sold at the sources of nnd business organization knowledge now country politically and commer- all production In tho United Stutes agto munition factories. He has also cially, and recent events hnvo prov7B,7C1 short tons, valued ut perfected tho army and navy wireless ed our mottlo. I doubt if any coun- gregated $520,490. systems nnd Is at presont working try Is better organized from an engion a signal system, which, it is ex neering and transportation point of pected, will render fur more dlWcult view than ours. When the war Is FOR FLETCHER'S submarine warfare through the read- - over naly "will 50 to work to build Jpr location and signaling of the up a larger merchant marine, and at worn-State. J ..- -.. - Home, Aug. 12. The Italian gen- -' eral staff has to provide for a winter war and a summer war simultaneously. Down on the extreme right of their line near the Gulf of Trieste and on the Carso they are fighting in the hot breath of the torrid South European summer. But at the other end of the line, on the Stelvlc and Tonale Passes, the troops are still , working amid Ice and snow, climb-- . Ing over glaciers to get at one another, and fighting with rope and e more than with rifle Here it is a war of sentinels, videttes and patrols, with dls- tant guns firing over the snow bridg es and rock chimneys to which the ' men cling. No large numbers can be brought Into action in this arena,, but it must be watched with ceaseless vigllence in all its torturous inlets and paths that only the cham- - I olse hunters know sedulously guard- -' i ed. Strange and romantic episodes oc- -, cur constantly ln this war on the mountain frontier, where Austria and On the StelItaly meet Switzerland. vlc the Swiss troops are out on guard also, and when there is a bombardment their officers carefully note each shot to see that no projectile violates the neutrality of the republic by striking at the enemy across some outlying spur that Is Helvetic Ice-ax- 4 GUARANTEED SERVICE One hundred per cent vnlue. Special work for W. O. W. W. F. STEVENS, R. F. D. 7. Hartford. Ky. I I rcpipllj oUHtifU In '"! 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Realizing this, many farmers GLAH3 HIIATKKtil). are building clean, sanitary and More horses have been counted inTo IIuIho Heed Alfalfa. of concrete. to tho stock yards at Chlcago-duflng- Some peoplo havo, na 'usual, been As such troughs last Indefinitely they the first six months of 1916 than Now Albany, Intl.. Aug. 10. .i are proving not only more satisfac- were landed there during the same . Bav,ng tl,clr Becond growth of Crashing broadside Into a hearso tory than other kinds of water nf i n i r. Thio la frno nf fh, f& tor the seed crop, nnd It Is not that headed a funeral procession in troughs, but cheaper in the long regular horse market, In which, ' looking Just right In every Instance. New Albany an automobile driven run. there ls to bo a light and unproflt- Rnva tho I.lvo Stock World, "arrival-- . by A. J. Hatllff, of Edwardsvlllo, ovable setting of seed It ls important concreto surpass by 12,000 or 13,000 head In making waterproof erturned the hoarse, spilling the such as Is used In water troughs and the run for tho same months of last that It be sown as early as possible, coHln out nt East Fifth and Sprint; tanks, it is best to use a very wet I season, whereas In the section of the so that the crop may be cut for hay streets nt 4 o'clock yesterday after- mixture. The formula commonly yards where horses are fed In tran- and tho succeeding growth allowed If the noon. The glass sides of the hearso used Is: One part cement, two parts sit, tho count is even larger, propor- to begin Its development. wero shattered and tho colIln, a masu sand and four of gravel. Add water tionally speaking. simply conditions before blooming are such This of (lowers nnd broken glass wero pil- until the mlxturo will pour off the means that tho foreign army demand , as to produce a rank vegetable ed In a heap on the brick Btreot. The shovol. On the present-da- y farm has enabled the country buyers and growth, it Is a fairly sure indication co III n did not burst. t ,nna fo t f 'that the chances are poor for seed has many uses. Fence .!.. concrete Tho funeral was that of Mrs. Nellie posts, feeding floors and walks made stock greater by Just so many thou- - If tho 8olt Monies dry Just at this Burton, wlfo of Deal Burton. Sho of concrete will last Indefinitely. sands of head than they would havo time, a fair seed crop Is often ob lled at St. Edward's Hospital WedUso good materials clean sand beeu able to sell but for tho war tained. If the blossoms appear sparnesday morning. The funeral ser- nnd gravel, with not nioro than 5 per abroad. The number fed In transit ingly, or if they appear freely, but vices hn.l been held at tho homo of cent of loam, clay or other foreign proves that the same (s true of tho blast or wither without setting pods, the chances for a seed crop are greatlier parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hiram matter. markets farther West. ly reduced, and the crop should be Stalling. 219 East Main street. Use a reliable brand of Portland cut at once for hay. After this cutThe procession was moving north cement free from lumps. Help Keep U tho Koiuls. ting another fair crop of hay usualon East Fifth street, while Itatllff, Use clean water to mix. A stitch In time saves nine is Just baby In hla lap, ly ls obtained. If tho cutting ls dewith a In forms within thirty min Place as true In road dragging as In fence layed too long, It will be at the exwas driving east on Spring street. utes after mixing. I fixing and other farm work. Don't pense of the following crop. Katlirr reached East Fifth street Just Keep wet and allow to "cure" you to negprocession emerged thirty days, protecting from the sun let tho rush of work cause us the funeral lect road dragging until the ruts are Full Rye for Pasturage. from it. during the period. so deep nnd tho weeds have such a . When full rye Is sown for pasture, lly .lumping. Kmhhs start that the drag cannot do Its it may be put in as early as August, K The funeral was in charge of Lot-tlc- h To Make IiUiiiImt Lust. best work. A little careful work Is moisture enough in the Bros., undertakers, and Cortez Shingles or any lumber dipped or now and during the remainder of the if there was soli to sprout It. Then it should be Smith, an employe of the firm, painted with gas or coal tar will last not only keep tho roads grazed down In In the autumn. driving the hearse. Leaping from hli much longer than that not painted. season will In good shape, but keep down the seat Just as the collision occurred A tin roof in our country given one weeds In such a way as to save a the spring It will be ready as soon as Another any growth begins and will contlnuo Injury. escaped Smith Lumber Is good for five years. mowing to provide pasture for six to eight ioarse wn" procured, the collln plac- coat kind burled In tho ground It great deal of work at weed or any time. weoks In the spring. Later the land In it, nnd tho procession proceeded coated all over will last five years. I Oat or may be summer-falloweed to Falrvlew cemetery, where the havo common 1x6 Inch fencing in mv Griming Market Vegetables. wheat stubblo can be turned under, took place. burial (lower benches that has been in use At this particular season of tho given thorough cultivation and along A largo crowd gathered at the twelve years and is still good. The year a number of farmers In the boll about the first of September can be of the accident and there wa3 best time to apply la In hot weather scene weevil sections of our country will sown to rye. This rye crop has Hatllff was considerable excitement. when the. tar. Is. soft, using a. brush !'bo thinking "of growing vegetables taken Into custody by Capt. William dipped in the hot tar. If this Is done, for helping out tho uncertain crop of been successfully grown for more -Albany police than forty years under ., every stress 'tlnui8, of UJe New things will never rot. ,, the future. In reference to vegeta-- i. UL i force, and was taken to the pollco lllllb tunuiuuua uuu o ut"iju ble growing, for profit it must bo re- proven itself worthy by proving hUHou. Keep Oil on Machinery. membered that the growing of veg- good. RiUUff said that the accident was It pays to use plenty of lubricating etables Is a highly specialized Job; He declared wholly unavoidable. Where tho probably more so than any other oil on farm machinery. Just the Thing for Diarrhoea. that tho brake on his automobile oil or axlo grease Is used sparingly class of crops. Vegetable growths "About two years ago I had a seto work. tho draft or load of the machine is requires unusual preparation and In vere attack of diarrhoea which last- Mr. Hatllff had driven to New least 20 per cent. Be- tensive cultivation The labor cost ed over a week(. writes W. C. Jones, daughter and increased at economy with his little hard oil should alone per acre is often more "an(Buf0rd, N. D. "I became so weak cause of Its was on his way homo when he be used in preference to ordinary for forty acres of cotton. Further- A that tho brake on his ma- machine oil whenever possible. The more, It Is an industry that Is more ( that t could not gtand upriBht. chine was Inclined to slip. He said hard oil will not waste as easily and sDeculatlve than most farm crops. druggigt recommended Chamberlain's e Collc ciiolera and Diarrhoea Remo-Onhe decided to return to Humbert's Is cheaper than machine oil. year the market will be at thoi(jyj Tho flrst dosQ reiieved me and garage to have tho brake adjusted will highest point'whon tho growers' machine A two days x was a3 well aa and was on his way there when tho last longer than one that is not sufil- come on and tho next year or .. jiany druggists recommend accident occurred. Ho was driving clently well oiled. The dustproot he will fllnd It Impossible to sell at that at a moderate rato of speed up box on most axles of modern farm all. During tho last few months In thlalg reme(ly because they knowevery-th- e Obtainable ,t reUabie. Spring street, he said. machinery has done much to lengthvicinity of Atlanta, a vegetable wnere- m After tho accident Edgar Lottlch, en the life of tho machines and Is grower Installed an Irrigation sys- of tho undertaking firm of Lottlsh saving tho lubricant. Care must be tern and during the height of the May POSTMASTERS TO GET $5 Bros., filed a complaint before Mag- taken to keep this box well oiled or drought was able to sell lettuce at a EACH FOR ARMY KECRU1TS chargistrate Pudget against Hatllff, It will wear out. dollar a dozen when there were very ing him with exceeding tho speed The cost of repairing machinery ls j few on the market. The crops of Washington. Notice has been sent limit. Cortez Smith, driver of tho high, but the time that is lost in rehis competitors had suffered severe-- I by Postmaster General Burleson to hearse, filed a complaint charging placing worn-ou- t pieces may mean ly from tho dry weather. His few all postmasters of the second, third Itatllff with assault and battery. a loss of hundreds of dollars to tho acred of lettuce and. cabbage which and fourth class that they will be obtain farmer. wero Irrigated brought in a good size paid $5 for every recrult-theA Doctors Remedy for Coughs. gross return. Dr. for the military service as result of As h' euro for coughs and colds We Need The Sunshine. a provision Inserted In the army bill. combines these Bell's How's Tho Hog Pasture. A decrease in the averago duration proportion The notice says: remedies In Just the right Have you provided plenty of pas"The postmaster will procure as to do tho most good for summer of sunshine of one hour during tho provo winter lowers the tomperaturo of ture for the pigs during the fall many desirable applicants for enlistcoughs or colds. A trial will lotho value of this splendid cough the soil during March and April 3 months? Rape Bown at this tlmo ment as possible In the particular reBoll'sPlne-Tar-Hone- y degrees C, and delays spring one makes good forage within six or cality In which the postmaster medicine. Dr. Irritation, stops the cough month. This Is the .determination eight weeks and can bo pastured sides, and report the names of such Kthes the germs and does you a of a German scientist, W. Naegler. throughout the summer and fall If desirable applicants to the recruitcold A deflcloncy of 1 degree C, or tho hogs are allowed to eat it off at ing officer from whom the bulletin world of good. A 25c bottle bill more corn 13 was received. stop your about 2 degrees Fahrenheit in the alternate periods. Where than convinco you It will "Tho recruiting officer will either 3 average soil temperature from 20 to hogged off rape may be sown after cough. At druggists. 40 Inches in depth during March and the last cultivation; It will then pro- go himself or send a competent mem. April delays spring ten days, accord- duce enough forage to supplement ber of his recruiting party to the jfc, Maud Muller Again. Ryo particular post office for tho purthe corn ration for the hogs. summer day, ing to the same authority. Maud Muller, on a the applicants His investigations have led him to sown during early September will pose of examining with her fellow ran away, in a benscouting to a conclude that there Is a direct rela- make plenty of late tall and early procured by tho postmaster. Rezine touring car, cruiting offlcers will advise the respreacher far. Maud's father saw tionship between soil temperature winter pasture. pective postmasters monthly of tho tho benzine and tho coming of spring. He has the fleeing pair sraelled Root Knot Does Damage. number of recruits procured by such scented air, caught a mule whoso fr.iii.il Hint Min hlnnmhlir of anulea very closely with tho ap Whether it ls called root gall, postmaster for procuring tho enlistnnino was Jane, and galoped down coincides beaded root knot, eelworm disease, ment of recruits." the dusty lano; tho mobile very pearance of a temperature of 50 in tho soil at a depth of 20 jr Just plain root knot makes no difswiftly ran, but burned tho oil out of ference whatever to the worm that The Rest Laxative. tho can. Tho motor stopped upon Inches. Based on such an hypothesis, why causes tho disease Indifferent to on just fit to kill. To keep tho bowels regular tho a hill, but Jane ran work, best laxative is outdoor exercise. Alas for mnld. alas for man, nlas for would It not bo practical to mulch tho names given him and his can. Maud's daddy an orchard heavily when tho deep- he goes right along with his busi- Drink a full glass of water half an empty benzine no hour before breakfast and eat an on tho old groy mule came and took est freezo ls In the ground, to the ness of destruction. There ls dam-ag- o Tho mulo nigh end that tho mulch servo as a blan- wny to estimate tho amount of abundance of fruit and vegetables, her off to school. ground, ho does. Plants suffering from also establish a regular habit and be wrocked tho bcnzlno cart; the fel-- - ket to keep tho cold In the Tho and tho sun from dispelling It, until an attack aro usually dwarfed and sure that your bowels move once low died of a broken heart. leaves each day. When a medicine Is need- moral of this talo. sp sad: "Don't thcro has been un artificially lato look sickly; sometimes tho Lato look yellow and drop off; and, In ed take Chamberlain's Tablets. They . spring created for tho trees? go ask her dad." steal the girl; blooming of apples, peaches and oth- bad cases, tho entire plants may aro pleasant to take and mild and Exchange er fruits would often mean success dlo. Naturally tho yield of tho crop gentlo In orfect. Obtainable everyao m whoro failure Is met from lato cold ls less. where $100 Reward, $100 bo Tho orgaulsms causing this root The readers of this .paper will one snaps. Is at least pleased to learn that there knot of cotton and other crops are Loses Eleven Sons. science has boon drtaded dlscaso that stones, and that U vory small worms which bore Into able to euro In all Its Kilos In Argentina. 12. Joseph Auk. Innsbruck. only Is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure the the medical positive euro now known to In Argentina they havo an orlgl- - tho roots and llvo thoro. .Tholr j)ruggbachor. a farmer in tho Puster fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional Jnal way for siloing alfalfa. Tho presonco results in irregular Bwell- - valley, has lost eleven of his thtr-Ing- s, disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken or galls, varying in size from t , BOna 8lnco tho beginning of the green alfalfa Is cut anU taken from acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, there-b- y the field and stacked, giving It a beads on tho small roots to knots an war. Five of thom wero killed on destroying the foundation of the d by chance to euro. When tho stack is Inch or moro In diameter on tho larg- - tho Italian front, two In Poland, two and giving the patient strength building up the constitution and ass sting finished, fresh earth to tho depth of er ones. and In Gallcla and two In Serbia naturoln doing Its work. The proprietors Root knot ls a disease of light Montenegro. Tho two remaining have so much faith In Its curative powabout 5 feet is carefully placed on ers that they offer One Hundred Dollars top of tho stack. Tho weight of tho sandy soils. It is carried from field brothers aro fighting wfth tho army, for any case that It falls to cure. Send for list of testimonials. A. CO., Toledo, O. earth gradually causes tho alfalfa to ,to field in tho earth that clings to of Geu. von Boohm-Ermol- ll In Volhy-- 1 ' Address! F. J. CHENET Bold by all Druggists. T6o. settle in a compact mass, by forcing Implements, hoofs of animals, etc. nia. u MtH Taks Hall's Family Pills for constipation. all the air out of the stack. Thus a Water washes tho worms from one 4 natural slip Is formed, whero tho field to another during heavy rains. Kind. Not That alfalfa keeps splendidly as long as Trees from nurseries often havo inWalter Soup, sir? Soup, sir? gentleman Ignores the threo or four years. Naturally, tho ' fested' soil sticking to their roots. Haughty edge and ways of spreading the disFor Infants and Children waiter and slowly removes his alfalfa around tho outside of about All these ease' should bo carefully watched and into the stack for a distance cloves. Years , In Us VValter (Impatiently) Soup, sir? a foot, may spoil, but the remainder ' guarded against. greea crops ls absolutely no-- Always Rotation of supplies a quantity of fresh Hbughty Gentleman (angrily) ' hay at any time it may bo wanted. cessary to get good yields where root Signature of Is. it compulsory,? Some fellow ought to try the plan is present. In badly infested field, "No, sir; oxtail." lobe-Domocrnt. alfal-twirin- in this country to seo how it work9, but we would spread a canvas cover over the hay before putting on tho Tho secret of the process Is to form such a prcanuro as to excludo all air, and this is all there is to any silo. crops such as corn, volvet beans, Iron and Brabham cowpoas, oats, wheat, peanuts or sorghum should be plant-dir- t. ed for two or threo years before crop3 which aro attacked aro again plant- ed. Cotton, crimson and bur clov er, potatoes, squash, watermelon and many other farm crops are at tacked by this disease. HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE After Four Years of Discouraging ConditioBS, Mrs. Bollock Gave had gotten so weak I could not stami, and I gave up in despair. I At last, my husband got me a bottle of " ! ,ini. Cardul, the woman's tonic, and I coh menced taking 1L From the very fkif Came to Rescue. dose, I could tell it was helping me. 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If you' want a sewing aiacUlao, write for, oar latest catalogue tttforoyou. purchase. IM ii Wf rwM uWBC wiUjj vi" WWP mH UD Tor psitns la Mia' AaJMHJ tu,tek TRIAL MAHKIAGE IS ..MM 1LWNTALVKD PERMANENT IN HOMES TWO 'DUAL LIKE. New York, 'Aug. 13. Two death jMticcs published for the same man, -- ch in n different towi named widows and revealed not only tho double lite hut tho triple one of William Wnllaco Snydor, lawyer, merchant and realty dealer, of Mount Vernon, N. Y and, East Orange and dif-'e're- nt out on a tour, making lug" (Speeches, In park", and market ' UhftelK'SJiities--AtiRUSplaces In country dis"irlc,t, aud making It 4 rule not even to decide on l'.MO.OODOOQ' rbusheJs; a subject for his speak until !.u last year, 'final 'estimate, 1,540,302,-00- 0 .Moud.iy. had collected an audlewt bushels. An Important advance !'r.uc Many readers of Answers will have Tobacco. on tho Sommo front northwest of experienced the terrors of "stage State August 1 forecast; was announced yesterday by 'right" on the first occasion on production pounds; last year, final estimate, 356,400,000 the British War Ofilce. Tho British which thoy have essayed to tflug, pushed forward their lines 300 or 400 or act In public. In many caspounds. United States August 1 forecast, yards over a front of nearly 'a mllo. es a utato of great excitement goos 1,200,000 pounds; production last That the French have made further to pitch an extreme as to render the year, final estimate, 1,060,587,000 progress southeast of Maurupas, In subject absolutely Indifferent to the the Somine sector, was also announc- audience, and some excellent acting pounds. ed by the French War OHlco. has been tho result. London AnPotatoes. 000 bushols; production t pnarysffrtftltc-fSCMO. last year, bushels. 1, forecast production "tub-thum- p LATEST WAR NEWS s New Price on 457,-000,0- 00 Po-zler- cs ro-clt- o Ford Cars! Ford Runabout . $345-0- 0 Ford Touring Car . $360.00 F. 0. B. Detroit. Freight to Beaver Dam $18.00. Harrison, N. J. Three homes and three wives ho bad maintained within easy communicating distance of each other, the samo;nume, and only one of them ever .suspected the others. Snyder, h graduate' 6t Now York University and a member of tho Mew York bar, died, lit his Mount Vernon homo in February, 1915, and his three w.lves learned of each other through the filing of his, will, which un-Jer State August 1 forecast, 4.3G0,-00- 0 bushels; production last year.fi-na- l estimate 6,426,000 bushels. United States August 1 forecast, 364,000,000 bushels; production last year, final estimate 359,103,000 bushels. Sweet Potatoes fate August 1 forecast, 979,-00- 0 bushels; production last year, final estimate 1,050,000 bushels United Stntes August 1 forecast,-71,000,00bushels; production last 74,295,000 year, final estimate, bushels Kussiu. The Austrlans aro In full retreat along tho entire front, their KENTUCKY FA I II DATES. purpose being to set up a now position about twenty miles west of Allen County Fair, Scottsvllle, Septheir old lines In an effort to escape tho Russian trap that has threaten- - tornber 9 Boone, North Kentucky Fair, Flor ed for weeks. They evacuated with2. out a battle and are being hard press- ence, August Brocket! and Mason, Germautown ed. The Russians have taken Marlam-po- Fair Company, Germantown, August 7-- swers - l, named only th'o Mount Vernon Mrs. Snyder as his widow. The case 'was kept da'rk till the filing of a suit.br Mrs. Snyder, of Haunt Verrfot against Mrs., Snyder, of Harrison, N. J to gain possession of the Snydor home there. The court action divulged his triple lovo affair today. The records, show Snyder, In 187fi, then an athlete of some note, with a lucrative law practice, married Miss Phoebe Baldwin, belle of the Oranges. Not long after tho honeymoon, he met Miss Luclnda Pabst In Trenton, and so she avers she be came his wife as Mrs. Snyder of Hnr rison. The third Mrs. Snyder, she af Mount Vernon, was Sarah White-nocanother New Jersey belle, whom he married In Buffalo in 1898. In a will filed by Snyder, filed in White Plains, Mrs. Sarah Whitenack Snyder is named as wife. Anotheo . Luclnda Pabst will found clothes left by Snyder in a suitS-i- t her husband nanvesTHrs:' Phoebe Bald win Snyder as his legal wife. Neither will provides for or mentions-Mrs. Uucinda-- Pabst, Snyder; She believed sh'e was tho wife of a carpenter; she lived lt moderate circumstances while the other two wives were consorts of a very well-to-d- o lawyer. Snyder impressed them all with the great demands df his business affairs, and thoy were all satisfied that that he could not it was as ho said spend more than two nights at home. Theretare two little Snyders provided for'in the will. One Is Helen. jRn in Irvington In 1899, and the jtber Is Walace, born In Mount Vernon in '1801. Fifty dollars a week Is left by tho filed will to Mrs. Phoebe Snyder and Mrs. Sarah Snyder as, long as they remain unmariedt the estate to be itrtJted eventually between the two children. The first wife of Snyder lives in a fine homo on Hawthorne avenue, East Orange. It. is said she will not" engage In any court action to .share-in- . her husband's estate. Mrs. Luclnda Snyder, she of the carpentcr'H wife, existence, says sho still has a lot of broken dishes, smashed by Snyder In his younger days when, in a rage at being accusin ed of Housing his other parts of 'Jersey. She says if he' loses her Harrison home in tho suit brought by tho Mount Vernon Mrs. Snyder she will opon her husband's grave and fill It with crockery k, by-Jf" love-maki- liny. August 1 forecast, 1,290,-00- 0 tons; production last year, final estimate, 1,225,000' tons. United States August 1 forecast, production S4, 600, 000 tons; last year, final estimate, S5, 225,000 tons. State Pasture. ar wreckage,. tf-- Ico Crcun .Supper Airs. Glenn's Sunday School class ill entortaln with an ico cream supper on tho church lawn and In the Is Everybody jiatoment cordially Invited. First Ico cream To-nigt. supper oX tho season. All theater Vancouver, 11. C, Aug. 13. Tho parties will bo taken care of. Ltttlo folkt? may be served on their way to theft of $10,800 In currency and ne gotiable bonds from the City Treas he show. urer's olllce of North Vancouver was (IOV.KKN.MKNT CHOP KKPOIVT. discovered when tho Treasurer opened tho vaults Washington, I). C, Aug. 8, 19 10. A. S. of 12. Stttck Shipping Notice. A summary of tfio July crop report The A. S. of 12. Stock Committee for tho State of Kentucky nnd for tho United States, as compiled by tho will ship again August 29, provided Bureau of Crop Intimates, and trans-mitte- d enough Is reported for car. All Uirougli tho Weather Bureau, those wishing to ship should report la to tho committee at once. U. s. Department of Agriculture, STEVKNS, S. I 8 follows: H. M. rittTLE, Corn. Committee 712 State: August 1 forecast, production o last bushels; 114,000,000 DIKFICUITIKS BETWEEN year, final estimate, CHINA AND JAPAN SEEN bushels. August 1 forecast, United States: Washington, Aug. 15. Tho attack production 1,780,000,000 'bubhels; Just year final estimate 3,054,535,-rtO- by Chinese troops on tho Japanese garrison at Chengchlatun in Eastern buahuls. Mongolia, us reported from Toklo, All Who.it. State: August 1 forecust, 8,190,-00- 0 disturbs official circles hero bushols; production last year, as tho possible forerunner of difficulNo ties between tho two Powers. final. estimate 9,900,000 bushols. ' States;' August 1 forecast. details aro known, but tho fact that United aro being 654,000,000 bushels; production last Japaneso 'estimate, 1,011,505,000 rushed, there has led to tho belief year, final that Japan may Intend a more bushels. of disputes as to her Oat. August 1 forecast 4,580,- - Jurisdiction In China, State to-da11G,-000,0O to-d- Stnte August 1 condition 91, average compared with the ten-yeof S2. United States August 1 condition avSO. 9, compared with tho ten-yeerage of 81.6. Apples. State August 1 forecast, 2,660,-00- 0 barrels; production last year, faeroplane inal estimate, 4,170,000 barrels. France. A German United States August 1 forecast, dropped bombs on Rheims, destroylast ing, the civil hospital and killing six 71,600, 0d0 barrels; production year, final estimate, 76,670,000 bar- persons. rels. torpedo England. The British Peaches. Stale August 1 forecast, 1,240,-00- 0 boat destroyed- - Lassoo has been sunk bushels; production last year, by ai German submarine. final estimate, 1,320,000 bushels. Wednesday. United States August 1 forecast, 40,300,000 bushels; production last Russian Front. The Teutons have year, final estimate 63,460,000 bush- lost Jablonitta, a principal gateway els: from Gallcia to the Hungarian plains, Hemp. and Petrograd reports the Russian State August 1 condition 85, offensive in this direction I continaverage uing. Further to the north' tfie drivcbmpared with the ten-yeof 82. ing, operatlona against the Austrlans Prices. are being continued, troops pouring The first price given below Is the across the ZIota Lipa at several overage on August 1 this year, and points. Fierce fighting Is la progress tho second, the average on August 1 along the entire line south of Brody. last year. State Wheat, 120 and 105 cents Italian Front. The Italians vigorper bushel. Corn, S7 and 82. Oats, ously are pressing their advance on Potatoes, 74 and 55. tho Carso plateau, and Rome reports 52 and 52. Ha'y, $12.30 and $13.80 per ton. the capture of several suctions of Eggs, 18 and 14 cents per dozen. trenches, with 1,600 prisoners. UnT07 and official United States Wheat, dlsnatchps from Italian Corn, 79.4 sources say Getu Cordorna Is within 10G.5 cents per bushel. and 7S.9 cents. Oats, 40.1 and 45.1 thirteen miles of Trlest and that cents. Potatoes, 95.4 and' 56.3 'ceiits. the i Austrian fleet has left the, lfar- Hay, $10.70 and $11.02 per ton. bor,. Cotton, 12.6 ahd 8.1 cents per i pound. Eggs, 20.7 and J.7.0 cents Western Front, The Germans ad' ' per dozeh. mit the British have obtained a fjoot; LjlJ . front, hold on tne Thlepval-Poaiere- s FIRST HOSPITAL TttATN and report the repulse of violent U. S. AUMY COMPLETED French and British attacks in other sectors of the Somme. Chicago,' Aug. 15. Tho first hos . pital train to be built for the Unltirf Thursday-Weste- rn States Government has been comFront. Striking in three' pleted by a Chicago car' building con-codirections on the Somme front tho and witl leavo hero this mornFrench and British have stormed ing for San Antonio, Tex. nearly three miles of trenches, drivTho tnjln, which consists of ten depth of 300 to COO especially for ing forward to a coaches, has been built yards. Maurepaa and Clery, two of army hospital work, and is said to be most Important points In the. secas modern in equipment as the hos the havo been Hanked on both Bides, tor, pital trains now In use In Europe. It towu being the immediate has a service or combination, surgi- the formerof tho British. The vicobjective cal car, which is In Itself a thorbring tho Allies directly In oughly equipped operating room, six tories front of the targo railroad town of cars for patients, ono standard Pulland Combles. man, a combination baggage library car and kitchen. Italian Front. A news dispatch from Milan says German troops aro KOIUIEKS OBTAIN SIO.HOI) to be employed In tho defense of tho OK CANADIAN CITY FUNDS big Austrian port of TrtcsL ar ar rn -- miles south- 23-2Campbell, Campbell County Agreast of Hallcz, the town of Podgiacy and several villages along the Upper iculture Society, Alexandria, September Sereth River. Carter, Carter County Fair Association, Grayson, September TueMlay. Christian, Pennyroyal Fair, ltus-i- a. The Austrlans and GerAugust 2. mans are still falling back before Franklin, Capitol Fair Associathe advance of the Russians In the latter capturing the strong tion, Frankfort, August ly fortified city of Tutsobaby, Ac!bcrl j Graves, Mayfleld Fair Association, cording to Vienna, a Rnsslan attack. .. . . - !!7-i- ATnvflolil. Spnti.mlior - n. near urody ended wttn tne neia oe Grayson County, I.eltchlleld. An- foro the Austrlans covered with Ktu- gust 3. sian dead. Hardin, ICtnlln County Fair Com- Italy. On. the Isonzo front the pany, Ellzabethtown, August Hart, Hart County Fair, Horse Italians ltavo made further advances Cave, September 20-2against tho Austrlans on the Car3o Henry, Henry County Fair Comp'ateau. pany, Eminence, August 5-- 9. 0-- 9. On-llclI 22-2- 4. 4. In Gallcia, seven E. P. BARNES & BR0. Hop-klnsvll- lo, Beaver Dam, Ky. HERE IS A (JOOD PLACE TO STOP FOR LITTLE MOXr.Y & Louisville Hotel, Louisville, Ky., Main St., bet. 6th The Only Hotel in Louisville OithUiI on tho American ami A.MKRICA.f PLAN (With Meals) Kooirci without Itolli but with sluglo, $2.00 75 Rooms !i0 Rooms single, 2.50 50 Front Rooms. single, 3.00 Roonw with Privute Hath: single, 3.00 50 Rooms single, 3.50 50 Rooms JXROPEAN PLAN (Without Meals) Rooms ultliout Iluth but with 7th Kunn Pluns. Hoc and Cold RiiiinUn; Water. 2 2 2 2 2 2. per day; Jessamine, Knights of Pyttiias Fair August Nlcholasvtlle; Association, 29-31. e, per day; per day; per day; per day; people, ?2.00 each people, 2.25 eacli people, 2.50 each people, people, 2.75 each 3.00 each " Knox, Knox County Fair, Barbour-vlll1. August Larue, Larue County Fair, September Laurel, Lauref County Fair, London. August 22-2Lincoln, Knlgirts of Pythias Fair," Stanford, August Logan and Robertson, Adnirvllle, September. Monroe, Tompk&isvllle Fatrj.Tomp-klnsTill- e, e, 5-- 7. 5. 23-2- 5. 14-1- 6', .single, $1.00 per 75 Rooms. single, 1.25 per 50 Roonu 50 Front Rooms. single, 1.50 per .... Hot ami Cold Running; Water. day; 2 people, $0.75 each day; 2 people, 1.00 each day; 2 people, 1.23 each 2 2 Rooms with Private lluth: single, 1.50 per day; 50 Rooms slngLe, 2.00 per day; 50 Rooms people, people, 1.25 each 1.50) each AuguhC 2. n, Nelson, Nelson County Fair, Bards-towAugust 1. Otto, Ohio Cotuity Fair, Hartford. September Pandleton, Falmouth, September IM-U- l.. 6-- 9. ' Stato Fair, Lfratsvllle, September 11-T- THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Cor. Sixth and Main Sts. European Plan Only. Rooms Without Itutli, $1.00 and up; Rooms With Private Hath, $1.50 and up Bet Eating Place in Town. The Louisville Hotel and the Old Inn aro located in the wholesale district and only a walk to the retail district and theaters. LOUISVILLE HOTEL AND OLD INN COMPANY, S. Prop. Shelby County, Shelby vllle, Au- gust 22-2- 5. Todd, Todd County Fair Association. Elkton, August Varren, Warrca County Fair Association, Bowling Green, Septem24-2- 6. ber 6-- 9. Fourteenth Annual Wayne, Wayno County Fair ciation, MontlcvICo, September Asso5-- 8. Sotmnme To Care 11-1- 6, 19,16 Coming home on tho train last LOUISVILLE night, I saw a pleasing scene fronu tire car wlrulnw. A little girl stood at the railroad station wltii an umWORLD'S GREATEST SADDLE HORSE SHOW brella. It was raining hard. When the train stopped she looked eagerDaily Running ly up and down and then sin to meet a youn? woman. The child lifted Grand Military Pageant and Athletic tho umbrellt protectlngly over the Clean and Glassy Midway Tournament. woman and looked admiringly in her Stupendous Decorated Automobile Parade for Prize face. It set me to thinking. After all, Great Fraternal Gathering for Friday of Fair Week tho, mala thing that we need in life Livestock Thursday and long as. there 9 Free Auction Sale of Pure-Bre- d Is someone to care. As Friday Is someone awaiting our homecoming, eager to welcome us and make uj comfortable, we can keep up cour9 in R. R. age. It is our duty to ourselvex to gath Address W. J. GOOCH, Secretary er around us a family, or friends. Suite 6C4 Republic Bldg. Louisville, Kentucky Those who care aro staffs to lean on, magnets to draw us away from temptation, balsams to heal our WI LLYS KNTKItTA INS. of now stunts and feats for tho bono-l- it wounds, and buoys to keep us from of tho unto makers and their famsinking. Sixty TIioilsuihI at Ills Circus Party ilies. Wo need alt the friends wo can Bulgaria. The allied forces on the CoicrinK Tliiee Dajh at Toledo. tho mako and hold! Shirley, In Farm Salonikl front have captured HY HOUNHT, AUTO Life. people Host to GOO.OOO railroad station at Dolrau and four DHIVEIC IIUKT IK CKAHH 05 population ot of the entire villages at other points. Fighting Shark .Makes Attack on Dog. Toledo John N. Willys, president o front. is proceeding along a ilflwllng Green, Ky Aug. 15. d Company ot A dog owned by Mrs. Ariel Camer-o- :i of tho Lato yestorday Meyer Wllo.of Slirovo-por- t, Toledo, Ohio, entertained for three of South Norwulk, Conn., was atA Strenuous 'Cure.' La., was painfully hurt In an days July 27, 28 and 29 tho fnnil-lle- s A certain largo farmer was onco tacked by a shark while In Huntinguijtoinobllo accident. Accompanied of tho 17,300 employes ot tho Injured through a kick ton Bay, near tho W. K. Vanderbllt, very badly Hlan-chard Company and those by Horliort Loeb und II. W. from tt horso, and for yoar3 nftor-war- rt Jr., summer homo, and he would Wllo was en route to Now could not bear to go near the have been devoured had not Camer- of sovoral other Toledo factories as- York. Four miles west of Howling heels of ono. lie was found ono day on Ignored his own danger and at sociated with his big automobllo Green a hornet Btung Loob, who was by ono of tho farmhands standing tacked tho shark with an oar, keep- pluut, with six performances of tho driving, In tho oyo. Ho lost conrs ing him away unttl tho dog reached Barman & Bailey circus. in tho stable right behind tho For tho three days everything was trol and run Into a telephone polo, biggest and most tho shoro. of the free, from the tickets admitting their The glass of tho windshield struck The family wero bathing on tho vicious animal on tho farm, white nianagorlo Wile on the head, cutting a number with anxiety, and his fuco wot with shoro when the dog, loft on tho bearers to side shows, tout und main attractions, even to , of long gashes. Forty stitches woro yacht, Jumped overboard and startt orsplraUon. required to fix htm up. Tho car was "Got out of this, lad!" said the ed to swim to tho shore, a distance car tickets to and front the circus. ' demolished. Loeb and DIuncbard gone but u Each employe was presented with .'armor, on seolng tho carter. "I'm of 100 feet. He had escapod Injury. short distance when the cry of a three admission tickets and six far stopping hero quietly for a bit!" udmlsslon In about an hour out ho came, shark was raised and tho fin of tho cares. Sixty thousand I'Yuiico'n War lllll. fish was seen zigzagging around tho tickets and 120,000 streot car ticknervousness! cured forever of his Paris, Aug. IB. Tho war bill of ets wero specially printed for tho ocrollA young and clever barrister, now dog. Sovoral times tho shark Franco at tho end of July was reiving In France, Is said to havo ed over to swallow its proy, but casion aud distributed. francs, according to And from all reports a good tlmo , beon so neryous when first called up- each time tho dog seemed to kick Tho miswas tho order ot tho day. Each per-- . figures available Jury In court that ho away from the gaping maw, on to address a formauce saw the big top tho larg- cellaneous expenses of tho GovernCameron seized an oar and, wad determined to adopt strenuous methcrdwd-e- d ment wero 10,000,000,000 francs. Tlio' In tho world ods in order tq cure himself of this ing out to his shoulders, with lusty est circus tent to capacity. Tho .clowns, tho average cost ot the. war, tho figures off tho himaolf In Mb strokes of, the oar, drove falling. Dressing un- show. Is now 1, 987,000,000 frausa shabbiest clothes, and taking ouly a shark. It waB estimated that the I froaks and performers sensed tho 8 feet long, usual event interpolating a miinber monthly. with him, ho set shark was 7 or small gladstone-ba-g KENTUCKY State FAIR September Trotting, Panng and Races Reduced Rates $40,0f Premiums NT-UN- ono-(inart- cr 100-mll- Willys-Overlan- d, Wlllys-Ovorlan- hlnd-iiuarte- to-da- y. V