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IM- Jtelfxrrft Hqmblimtt DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 perYear HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1916. International committee of the Youw? 86. SMOOT SCORES & LEADERS ARE ALARMED i ' Afrnlil They Cannot Hold Men Much l Paducah, Ky., Aug. 22. Owing to Iiii(cr Itallnmds May Is Promised. If Alteration tho recent drouth and tho high price of sugar members of the girl's canning clubs In McCrackon county will Washington, Aug. 23. The rail- not can as many tomatoes this year road employes' commlttcu showed as they expected. This announcesuch marked signs of unrest today at ment wns made by Mrs. Alllo S. Cope, the delay In the negotiations between county agent of homo demonstration 1'rcaldent Wilson and tho railway ex- work. Tomato crops In many sececutives that tho leaders of tho men tions of tho county were ruined MjV wore alarmed and openly expressed tho dry, hot weather. . foara of their ability to hold them longer. much An employes' meeting this morn- MACCABEE SOLDIERS ing was thrown Into an uproar by speeches of a minority, which deRETAIN INSURANCE manded lmmedlato action unless the roads accept tho President's plan.but tho leaders succeeded In adjourning OK ORDER AMENDED SO It before any vote could bo taken on LAWS MEMBERS .MAY GO TO WAR-HO- ME any of the various proposals. They TAX LEVIED. o ld afterward that, whllo tho pre3-surfor Immediate action carao from n minority, It was strong, but they Lexington, Ky., Aug. 22. Col. M. bcllovcd tho majority would "be willing to give tho President a llttlo moro F. Elkln, State Commander of tke Maccabees, who returned from Detlmo. urged that most troit, where he attended special refcomer of tho men Orof them go homo, leaving the broth- view of tho Supreme Tent of the sesauthority to call der of Maccabees, reports the erhood heads with the a strike if tho railroads do not ac- sion a most important one in that conMaccabee law was amended to cept the President's plan. rela-tlv- o Tho meeting adjourned until 10 form to the ritual of the order Fremorning. to the continuance In force of o'clock tomorrow quently shouts and applauso were lnsurancepf njombefs engaged In war hoard about a block away from the and tho completion of arrangements for tho maintenance of the Macca-be- o hall. PlajliiK for Time. Home at Pittsburg. "It Is our belief," ono of tho comHeretofore laws of the order conmitteemen said, "that the railroads tained a clause canceling lusurance ard playing for tlmo with tho Presi- of members enlisting as soldlers.this dent, Just as they have done with us was regarded as contradictory to tho for many months. There Is no rea-o- n ritual. For maintenance of tho Mac-cabwhy they should not have given Homo at Pittsburgh, which Is the President an answer by this for infirm, indignant and tuberculosis time. They nre tiring us out all members of the order, an additional right, and tho men aro getting dis- assessment of twenty cents per year gusted with the whole situation. I payablo was imposed think there aro enough coolheaded on oil old members for a period of here to control the flvo years, while on all now members committeemen moetlngs a day or two longer, but tho an extra of $1 was placed. There discontent Is spreading rapidly." aro over 300,000 Maccabees In tho While the railroad executives con- United States and it is figured that tinued deliberations on what form of this nominal assessment will produco counter proposal they shall make to sulllclent revenue to support the inPresident Wilson's plan, tho Presi- stitution. with Senator Now- dent conferred lands and 'Representative Adamson, Far Outnumbered. chairman of the Interstate Commerce Jasper Many a wlso word Is Committees In Congress, about tho spoken in Jest. hill to Increase tho membership of Yes, but they can't Jumpuppe the Interstate Commerce Commis- comparo with tho number of foolish sion by two. Senator Ncwiands ones that are spoken In earnest. announced ho would piiBh Llfo. his bill immediately.' Tho develop. movement was taken to Indicate a ALLIES ARE WARNER. ment for sending the investigation plan to features of tho President's Churchill Tells England Germans tho commission. Itetter Equipped Than Ever. eight-hou- r Possibility of passing an law for railroads was discussed London, Aug. 23. On the presenamong several Congressional leaders, tation of tho motion yesterday for but no doflnlto program was evolv- adjournment of tho House of Comed, and it was understood no action mons, for tho summer vacation Col. would bo taken unless tho President's Winston Spencer Churchill, formerofforts failed. ly First Lord of tho Admiralty, Ini' t tiated a debato on tho conduct of the WALTZ war. Ho said tliefe was no certainWILL SUPPLANT TANGO ty of a speedy ending of the conflict. German armies wero moro numerous Chicago, Aug. 22. Tho and better equipped than over, but dreamy waltz will supplant what reserves they had was auother tho acrobatic tango In tho ball matter, ho said. Col. Churchill urg National rooms of tho nation, If tho ed tho country to organize for a long Association of Dancing Masters has war and to put food supplies and any Influence. In convention hero nrirPH on a war baslsi Ho also rec tho dancing professors decreed that ommended tho chartering of nil sulp- tho tango must go. Tho waltz, tho pliig at admiralty rato3 to end tho ono-stg- p and the fox trot Will ho rise In frolghts, which ho called a tho fashloiiablo favorites thts sea- national scandal. Instead of re son. stricting consumption by increased prices, tho govornment should conTO JNAMES COMMISSION supplies at TREAT WITH MEXICANS trol distribution of food homo aud overseas, ho said. m Washington, Aug. 23, The way y Island of Phosphate. an early meet-lu- g for was clear A French company has obtained of tho Joint Amorlcan-Moxlca- n International possession of an island in the South Commission to settle dlfilcultlcs. Secrotary Lansing last Pacific that Is belloved to contain phosnight announced tho selection of tho 10,000,000 tons of high-grad- e They ore phate and many moro million tons of American commissioners. Franklin K. Lano, Secretary of tho Inferior quality, Interior; deorgo Cray, of WilmingThe govornment health service has ton, Del., a retired Fedoral Circuit Judgo and former United States Sen- dlscovored a new and cheap disinIt is obtained- - from pine ator, and Dr. John It. Mott, of New fectant. York City, general secretary of the oil. Art-oweo semi-annually to-da- Men's Christian Association. All of tho commissioners havo ac cepted tholr appointments, tho Mex ican members were named some time ago and arrangements for their meet by ing will bo made Immediately Secretary Lansing and Ellseo Gen. Caranza's Ambassador designate Virtually tho only ques tion to he decided Is whero tho sessions shall bo held. Tho Mexicans aro understood to prefer Borne resort on the New Jersey coast. 4 HIGH PRICK OF SUGAR PUTS CANNING ON HUM Arro-dondo, "THE HOT WEATHER HAS BURNED THE CARB0NATER UP." street car In Wyandotte Sunday night. It started, according to a story told the police, when a negro refused to give his seat to a whtto woman. Several persons, white and negro, were Injured. Last night thero was another clash in Wyandotte. Ono VOTE BAITING negro was killed. It Is claimed that a commltteo of DECLARES NATION WILL PACtf ERA OF WASTE IF WILSON whlto men gave certain negro famiSTAYS IN. noon y to leave town. lies until Most of tho negroes were recently brought to Wyand'otto from Alabama by a manufacturing company. STARTS BATTLE ROYAL Senator Simmons Tries To DlsprovO Charges of Extravagance With, Marlon, Ky., Aug. 23. Mrs. Julia Figures. Huskln, 52 years old, wife of Richard Ruskin, near Mexico, thl3 county.was struck by lightning late yesterday and will probably not recover. Mrs. Ruskin was in the yard at her home taking In clothes when the bolt struck her, burning her head and paralyzing her left drm. She regained consciousness this morning, but Is in a very serious condition. WOMAN STRUCK BY BOLT OF LIGHTNING AND MAY DIE ator Simmons, chairman of the Finance Committee, submitting flgurea designed to disprove Republican charges of Democratic extravagance and Senator Smoot, Republican finance expert, asserting that the Democratic party should bo convicted of attempting to procure votes under false pretenses, a general debato on the $205,000,000 emergency revenue bill began today In tho Senate. Thero were Indications on every hand of a partisan battle royal to be waged for several days. Insisting that national defense preparedness and' the Mexican situation were responsible altogether for the necessity of special revenue legislation and a proposed bond issue, Senator Simmons declared Republicans in Congress had clamored for even greater expenditures for defense, and having done this, were seeking partisan advantage by making false charges of Democratic extravagance to the public. Senator Smoot, opening the assault on the revenue bill, said if'the Democratic party was to be retained in control of the government, the country would "suffer an era of unequaled extravagance combined with inefficiency unsurpassed' His attack was supported by- - Senator Curtis, who asserted that the burden of taxation should not be placed on the American people and that revenues should be raised by a protective tariff. To prove his contentions that normal appropriations of this session aro 11 dt excessive, Senator Simmons submitted Treasury Department estimates for the year 1917 showing that, excluding postal appropriations, bond issues already Issued and amounts that will not be expended, revenues must be provided for disOf bursements of $1,126,243,000. this amount the total appropriated for national defense would aggregate about $654,000,000, and the Senator submitted other figures to prove that this extraordinary amount, due to preparedness and the Mexican emergency, exceeded normal defense appropriations by about $372,280,-00- 0. Washington, Aug. 22. With Sen- WILSON THREATENS TO USE VETO POWER Rahte In New York World. LET IT BE KNOWN THAT HE WOULD NOT STAND FOR IMMIGRATION BILL. TOBACCO AGAIN ON BLACKLIST BIG ARMY TRIES TO LAND IN U. S. GREAT BRITAIN BREAKS PROM- - ENEMY FLKET CONVOYING TIIIRHOVERS . TY TRANSPORTS TO ALLOW CONTRACTS ISE NEAR COAST. TO HE FILLED. SURPRISES Announcement He WASHINGTON WILL ATTACK BY SEPT. 1 Tliat Weed Will Not IfDefen.se Cun Hold Out Until Nct A'fcmth. The. Country Will Be Permitted to Reach Germany Unexpected. Saved. Washington, Aug. 22. A "red" Washington, Aug. 23. Great Brit enemy fleet of great strength, conaln has again blacklisted American! voying tho thirty transports laden tobacco shipments into Germany and with an invading army, arrived withAustria. in 600, miles of the coast at 6 o'clock y Announcement was made morning, and tho greatest war that Great Britain will stop all ship- this ever undertaken by the Navy Departments after August 31, regardless of contracts American tobacco export- ment began. Within an hour the twelve baters made with German firms when tho tleships of the "blue" defending fleet British embargo was lifted. It wilt g' were speeding to sea behind a be utterly impossible for American line of destroyers and scouts, tobacco exporters even to get steamlocating and destroying ship transportation abroad by Au- intent upon gust 31 to fill their present con- theenemy before ho approached the shoro. tracts. I Admiral Mayo commands the "red" England's latest action came as a niirnrlsp tn Washtneton fleet of tho fifteen battleships, six Minnloln Only three weeks ago she agreed to swl" destroyers, representing tho Uluc' "a" "u " modify her order barring tobacco shipments into Germany until Amor craft, representing the fleet of trans ports and other ships. Rear Adnilrlean firms filled all their present con tracts. Now sho comes along with al He,ra haa seventeen destroyers and "ulsers as his scouting a now order, saying she will stop all seven screen, and close to shore nre fifteen shipments after August 31. This a of naval tlmo is entirely too short, and tho submarines as last line Department will ask for an ex- ' Admiral Mayo has until September pending a final settlement of t0 ovade tho "ulue" fleet and effoct the whole tobacco shipment contro-,- 1 landing a at any point between Cape u - ...- ttiiu uaoityutt xiuitviita -'sphere of action extends GOO miles REPORT AMERICAN SHIP to sea between thoso points. FIRED ON BY SUBMARINE to-dafar-flun- "s "" de-Sta- to 'en3-tensio- . j 1 WOMAN INFANTILE PARALYSIS Tho Hague, Aug. 22 (via London, VICTIM BURIED AT .MIDNIGHT 8:45 p. m.). It is understood that thp American steamer Owegoarrlv 23.L.Tho Aug mhmond K ed in Rotterdam about a week ago body q( 4Q yeaM GeorEo and that her captain reported he had old, who died late yesterday afterbeen fired on by a German submarine noon of Infantile paralysis, was buroff the Islo of Wright. led at midnight last night In the Tho steamer Owego, Captain Bar- - Richmond cemetery. In order to low, Balled from Now York July 19 stop 'tno 8preaa 0f tho disease, every for Rotterdam, arrived thero August precaution has been ordered by tho 13. Tho steamer for a long time was health ofllclals. In the Erlo railroad lake line fleet, but camo out from the lakes laBt Au- - j Smith Petty Marriage, gust and was engaged iu coastwise Mr w p smith, age 4C, of Fords-trad- o until March. Sho had made vlllo, and Miss Ella Potty, 47, of Nar-trlbeforo roWB wer0 married at the Sheriff's to tho Mediterranean proceeding on her present trip to Rot- - omco npro on August 23, by Pastor S. terdam. e. Harian, of tho Christian church. . The Owego Is a vessel of 2,612 tons. NEGROES FLEE WYANDOTTE AS RESULT OF RACE WAR Notice. Tobac Detroit, Mich., Aug. 22. Moro Tho Farmers co Growers Association is called to than thirty negroes, men, women meet at the court house in Hartford, and children, have left Wyandotte, Saturday, September 2, ,at 1 o'clock a town near hero, since yesterday af-m., for the purpose of assuring ternoon. Tholr action was tho ro-tamount of tobacco pledged in suit of several clashes between white Ohio county. Every local In the and nogro workmen which tpok place county is requested to report. this week. ll fight occurred on a L. B. TICHENOR, Ch'm'n. I A 8t2 ps ' ' p. he free-for-a- Washington, Aug. 22. President Wilson let it be known, today that ho would veto the immigration bill if it came before him again with the literacy test, and with that the Senate defeated the motion to take up the measure, and return to consideration of the revenue bill. ' ' The President's announcement, which settled the question, arrived Just when the Democrats wero continuing their party row over the action of the nine revolting Democrats who refused to be bound by the caucus which decided to let the bill go over, and the leaders of the revolt were making caustic replies to the reproaches of Senator Stone. On tho President a word that he would veto the bill, five of the revolting Democrats turned about and voted against the motion to take it up. They were Senators Beckham, Chamberlain, Culberson, Lane and Overman. They made the voto 32 to 23. Senators Ashurst, Hardwick, Myers, Smith, of South- - Carolina, and Vardaman, all Democrats, however, stuck to their votes to take it up. The Senate's action means that efforts to consider the bill at this session probably will be dropped. President Wilson today vetoed a bill allowing cities and townships to buy public lands, including forest lands, In their vicinity for parks, cemeteries and sewerage. The President vetoed the bill on the ground that the national forests should not Senator Curtis predicted "four or bo utilized in that way. five deficiency appropriations" before the year 1917 is over, advocated a BOYS' PIG CLUB SHOW return, to the protective tariff and declared tho Republican party was August "opposed to a war tax in a time of At Hartford, Thursday, JJlst, 1010.' peace." Just before adjournment Senator On next Thursday, August 31st, Penrose introduced a resolution to 1916, wo will hold our annual Boys' recommend tho revenue bill to tho Pig Club show in Hartford at 10 a. Finance Committee with Instructions in., and the boys will be awarded that it be amended to raise an equit their premiums. Two of the best able portion of required revenue from pigs will have tho privilege of go- a protective tariff. No action was ing to the Stato Fair by paying $1.00 taken on the proposal. for caring for them while thero and Senator Smoot asserted that tho return freight, tho Stato Fair paying Democratic party had not kept tho pledges of retrenchment and economy the express up there. It Is to bo hoped that many and charged it with "wasteful and farmers will cqmo in at this tlmo and useless expenditures too long for encourage the boys by their presence enumeration." "If wo could bring the Democratic and at tho same tlmo seo some flno pigs and some flno work our boys party Into a court of Justice and Inhavo done. It will be well worth dict and try that party undor tho any man's time to como and seo these rules of law," said the Utah Senator, plg3 for they aro very flno and you "tho evidence that could bo submitwill bo proud of your boys and Ohio ted would be more than adequato to county In this work. You will be convict It of procuring votes under able, no doubt, to carry home soma false pretense Pcoplo To Bo Judge. lessons from these boys that will bo of lasting benoflt to you. Wo will "Unfortunately, we can havo no publibh tho list of premiums after' trial under the rules of law, but, tho show. Bo sure to como and which Is undoubtedly better, wo shall bring your boys with you whether have a trial beforo tho great tribunal they belong to either of tho clubs or of tho Amorlcan people whoso Yerdict not. will bo given as Impartially as ever W. W. BROWDER, was given by a Jury of twelvo good County Agent. men and true, and wo shall know on the 8th of November whother, In tho opinion of the Jury of Juries, tho For Sale. 51 acres of farming laud for sale. Democratic party has kept Its econo' my pledge In oftico as zealously as it L, O. BROWN, . Apply to ' McIIenry, Ky. relied upon that pledge during Com- .. Special Deputy Banking v . Y ABY FOUND IN ARIZONA DITCH 11V MEXICAN HKAltl) VKIKS WORKMAN WHO RESCUES DESERTED INKAN'T. dlor" becauso tho splro of tho village NEGROES LYNCHED tho pool church was visihlo from whoro tho Uttlo ark floated. Chandler la 'a farming center near Phoenix. In the winter time It Is a resort for fashionables. One of tho ranchers, S. D. Canton, offered to adopt tho Infant for his own and raise him In luxury. Many Homes Offered. but A half dozen other wealthy childless lonely ranchers wanted to tako tho child. They looked on him longingly and cuddled him as he lay In his box at the Mcndez cabin. But Manuel Mcndez, who makes a dollar and a half a day, on the days ho works, shook his head. Ho says tho baby 13 his, for ho found It. Ho offers to ralso It with his brood and see to it that tho fear of God, tho beauty of labor and black beans are Instilled In appropriate proportions. Mrs. Mendez agrees with him. Try liCRnl Process. Now the lonely, childless ranchers are wondering If legal process could give them tho mystery baby. What's tho nnswer to it all? Will tho baby he raised in dire poverty or liberal luxury? Will tho mother who started her child on that perilous voyage over speak? What would tho baby tell If It could talk. The newspapers say the "authorities are Investigating," but the authorities know no more than Is hero set down. t KENTUCKY FAIR DATES, BY FLORIDA MOB THREE MUX AND TWO WOMEN TAKEN KROM JAIIi AND HANdEI). WANT TO ADOPT CHILD "Moses Clinmllcr" Poor Mexican And VouUi Christened Houplit ly Jttrh Handlers. Phoenix, Ariz., Aug. 19. A -stricken Mexican and wealthy Arizona ranchers arc fighting for the jbssesslon of an unknown baby boy. The baby la "Moses Chandler," who came out of the nowhere, Moating down nil Irrigation ditch In n d liny, harke. Ho la irown-eyechubby and pretty. No one kiiows where ho came from or who sent hi in on his strange voy-ig- e. povertyrlbbon-hcdcckcd, A trench of water flowing thru n redeemed section of tho Great American Desert. A scorching hot day. A few Mexican laborers at vork. Suddenly a little box floated Into rlew. And in tho box a beautiful ate, wnito baby boy, as sound as 4he cottonwood tree beneath which its ark found anchorage. That's all anyone knows. Allen County Fair, Scottsvllle, SepAttracted IJy Trctty Box. tember Mexican workmen had been order-i- d Boone, North Kentucky Fair, Flor2. to clean out a lateral of a big irri- ence, August gation main. As the water receded, Campbell, Campbell County AgriJfannel Mcndcz was attracted by a culture Society, Alexandria, Septempretty box, which floated past him ber and lodged at the base of a tree. Ho Carter, Carter County Fair Assotossed it on the bank. A faint cry ciation,. Grayson, September came from the box. Manuel tore off Christian, Pennyroyal Fair, 2. tne covering, and nestled inside was August Jhe cutest, darl ingest baby that ever Franklin, Capitol Fair Associaranged a raging irrigation ditch. tion, Frankfort, August "Jesu!" whispered Manuel to him1. self. He hurried his find to Mrs. Graves, Mayfleld Fair Association, s. Manuel, who was making her Mayfleld, September to the family washtub in the Grayson County, Leltchfleld, Aucompany camp, half a mile away. Mrs. gust 2. Manae knows more about babies Hart, Hart County Fair, Horso than Manuel, for her material duties Cave, September 20-2- 4 hare not been shirked. Little "Ba- Henry, Henry County Fair Com- bt Moses" was soothed at the end of pany, Eminence, August mysterious journey by the kind her 2. 'mt lowly Mexican mother. Jessamine, Knights of Pythias Fair August Nicuolasvllle, Expensive Clothing. Association, J When-found- , the baby rested on a Jalnty pillow. Tho sides of the box Knox, Knox County Fair, Barbour-vlll- e, 1. August jrere carefully draped with cotton A and filled with ribbon and lace. Larue, Larue County Fair, September costly slip, with kid boottees, a lace cap-anthings of filmy beauty were Logan and Robertson, Adalrvtlle, in th. baby's outfit. Some woman's September tisnd had placed them there. No Monroe, Tompklnsvlllo Fair, Tomp- 2. yuan could havo arranged them. klnsville, August VJie child la obviously of good Nelson, Nelson County Fair, Bards-tow1. August Its features aro fine and Ohio, Ohio County Fulr, Hartford, a'rnfar. Its clothing is costly. ' TTTiat crime or tragedy shrouds September 21-2Pendleton, Falmouth, September ils life? Nobody knows. The country birth records give no G'9. flint. The good people of tho counState Fair, Louisville, September try know nothing of tho baby's mothWarren, Warren County Fair Aser. Even the tongue of scandal is curiously still. There has been no sociation, Bowling Green, SeptemBmemly wagging of heads and ber Wayne Wayne County Fair AssoiMTguea. "Moses." ciation, Montlcello, September JUby Christened . ' The news of tho baby spread and - came to Mexican Manuel's What Is a Day's Marcli? ranchersThe Army Drtlt Book tells that, ahark Ui look upon "Little Moses." A facetious officer christened tho trained and hardened Infantry can baby "Moses," becauso he was cover from twenty to twenty-fiv- e "drawn from tho water," and "Chan- - miles a day when In small bodies. As tho size of tho command Increase es the distance covered becomes less, as tho rato Is lowered and time, ia needed to got all tho units Into and out of camp. With a regiment or less of averago troops regulars marching over average roads, tho rato should bo from two and three-quarte-rs to three miles an hour. Larger bodies will travel from two To Lydia E. Pinkham Medi-cin- e to two and a half miles an hour, whllo a division cannot bo expected Co. to accomplish moro than twolve and a half miles u day. Of course, all theso figures will "Women who nro well often ask "Aro vary with different conditions of Kn.' tetfcirswhich tho Lydia E. Pinkham Untrained weather. lledicineCo. aro continually publishing, Toads and "Aro they truthful?" troops could not approach them until Sonuino'f" "Why tlo women vrito such letters? " hardoned. Though thoy might do In answer wo say that never havo wo bolter for a day or two, thoy could Tpablkhed a fictitious letter or name. not jjeop up u,0 steady paco of tho Kevw, knowingly, havo wo published BeasonC(l rcgular3 tor n long Marcuins with full equip- t to hard physical work and, like IfowrVK. 7-- 9. 5-- 9. 9. obli-tion27-3- 0. 29-31. Hod-genvll6-- 7. 14-1- G. par-srrtag- e. n, 1. 11-1- 6. 9. 5-- 8. e, WHY WOMEN WRITE LETTER I lhern The reason that thousands of women n? PWP" mm all parti of tho country write such keep up a steady tratoful letters to tlis Lydia E. Pink-- seasoned forco will halts ovory Pink- - paco, with ism Medicine CoJsUiat Lydia E. stop being fiem'sVegctabloCorapoundhus brought hour, a iwalth and happiness into their lives, mado at tho end of tho first half or jnce Lurdmw with pain ami suiienng. of an hour. Green ft has relieved vomen from some of troops aro apt to stragglo badly. ' te rjr 7 tlTL''Z flftoen-mlnut- o ; threo-quarto- ra hts woret forma of female ills, from displacements, inflammation, ulceration, JwegulariticB, nervousness, weakness, itomach troubles and from the blues. it is impossible for any woman who 3 well and who im never Buffered realize how theso 1oor, suffering women feel when restored to health; 'Jxir keen desire to help other women mho aro suffering as hey did. Outing. Deposits of coal in Missouri appear to havo been known as early an 1S0C. i Douglasvlllo, N, J., has a dwelling occupied continuously for 200 years. 4. 00 ... Hi!! CASTORIA Children Ory FLETCHER'S FOR Our expedition Into Mexico has conclusively proved thnt the shoe now used by tho American soldier, and pronounced by medical authorities to be one of the most nearly perfect models ever designed, Is entirely unfit for the rigorous of campaigning. As a result the quartermaster corps has developed a new shoo which retains tho lines of the old, but embodies the good features of those worn by French and Belgian fighters. Several hundred pairs aro now being tried ouV'pn the Mexican border, and If they prove sat isfactory, will undoubtedly be adopt- ed for field service. Tills will mean that the army will return to Its former practice of Issuing two types of The llcst Lnuitlve. To keep tho bowels regular the shoes to soldiers, nnd that the pres best laxative Is outdoor exercise. ent one will bo retained for garriDrink a full glass of water half an son wear. The shoes worn by our hour before breakfast and cat an soldiers at present aro lined and this abundance 0 fruit and vegetables, has been the cause of their failure. On long marches, and especially afalso establish a regular habit and that your bowels move once ter becoming wet, the lining wears each day. When a medicine Is need- through quickly with the result that ed tako Chamberlain's Tablets. They j bruised, sore feet havo menaced Perare pleasant to take and mild and shing's forces ever slnqe they cross-- I gentle In effect. Obtainable every- cd Into tho sandy wasts to the south. m The new shoe Is unllned, of tho bluch- where, er type, and has tho smooth surface of the leather on tho Inside next the A WOMAN'S. DEFKNSE OF THE BRUTES OF IOWA foot. The quarter extends to the j sole, while the stiff counter is on the In a letter to the Des Moines Reg ister and Leader of June 11, Mrs. structlon Is opposite to that ot the Eva Cooper, of Winchester, la., voic- ordinary boot. The sole is of double at the attacks thickness and has 54 round-heade- d ed her indignation, made by tho suffragists upon the i hobnails, while the heel has 15 of men who oppose woman suffrage. those In addition to a horseshoe- I As one of the- many women, who, ac shaped steel plate. Since tho unfincording to the suffragists, "hug ished, or flesh side, of the leather Is their chains," she speaks a redeem- turned out, the shoe Is about the col Popular Mechanics. ing word for the "brutes" of hur or of buckskin. says: State. Sho by $IW Reward, $100 t "Can any woman sit silently hapThe readers ot this paper will while the man she lives with so to learn that there Is at least one science pily, as a comrade, the father she dreaded disease that stages, has been and that Is able to cure In all Its adores, and the big son she mothers Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the only positive cure now known to the medical so tenderly, are publicly branded fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatwith that term? ment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in- "I walked' iTown tho street the ) mucous surfaces of the system, there day before Mothers' day U1I3 year and destroying the foundation or the disby y of a ease, and giving the patient strength by and among the hurly-hurlbuilding up the constitution and assisting farmers' Saturday afternoon, with Its nature In doing Its work. The proprietors powso faith In hurrying crowds, ono might catch havethat much otter One its curativeDollars they ers Hundred a gleam of a white for any case that It falls to cure. Send here and there for list of testimonials. F. J. CHENEY and the glow- - of a red carnation. Addr:all DrugcUti. 76- A CO.. Toledo, O. Sold by Peeping from the tissue paper wrapTaltk HaII'o Family Fills for constipation. pings many a soft petal rested on tho rough coat sleeve of some son An Apt Pupil. A well known lawyer tells this ot a dear- - mother, who carried It to do honor to her memory on tho mor- good story ot his efforts to Instruct row. his office boy. One morning in mid"On. another Saturday night Just summer the young master-of-mll- lbefore Christmas wo stood In one of ions-to-b- e blew Into the office, tossthe crowded aisles of a Des Moines ed his cap at a hook, and announced: store. A few women and "Say Mr. Dlank, they's a ball game girls crowded past, but the most wero down't the park today an' I'm go-i- n tho few cents they men speudlng down." coutd spare from the week's savings. The attorney was willing, but Were they before the men's wear thought a lesson in good manners counters buying ties and socks? Thoy would not bo amiss, "Jimmy," ho wero looking at dolls and said kindly, "that la not the way to and tops. Fancy a bruto looking ask a favor. Now you come over frowslly-halre- d dolat a w'de-eyehere and sit down and I'll show you ly! how to do it." Tho boy took tho "And there among tho others wa3 office chair and his employer picked man, white, up tho cap and stepped outside. Then d a pale, with the white ot ono who works ho opened the door softly, walked Under his oyos wqro quietly to tho opposlto 'side of tho tho shadows mado by tho coal In room, hunc tho cap securely on tho which ho delved; but In his eyes was hook and, turning, said to tho small that othor shadow "which presaged boy In tho big chair: "Please, sir, that another Chrlstmastldo would there Is n ball game at tho park toscarcely dawn for him. He was day. If you can sparo mo I would looking at u, toy ongino, with gray like to got away for tho afternoon." red wheels, attached to a train of In a flash tho boy replied: "Why, real cars.' Under his arm was. an certainly, Jlmmlo, and hero is GO awkward package from which pro- cents to pay your way In." Christruded a log of a wooden horse. In tian Herald. his hand wus a bag of candy. " 'How much?' ho asked the clerk. ITAItTFOHD PRESSING CLUlt. Hor answer was drowned In the btoro . Clothes cleaned and pressed. Renolso, but ho heard, for ho shook his pairing. guaranteed. Satisfaction head and turned away. Then ho Work called tor and delivered. Shop turned back and looked again a over Ohio Couuty Bottling Works. wistful look, ono for tho poor llttlo 42K ED. NALL, Prop. boy who used to want toys himself, t Many spiders havo poison fangs, and another for tho llttlo lad at home who was waiting to seo what Santa but tow aro dangorous to human bewould bring. ings. "Not ahlo to buy It! On his last Christmas, too. Poor brute! "This Is tho commencement season. All over Iowa today busy mothers For Infants and Children aro taking tho last stitches In tho soft, whlto gowns and fashioning tho In Use For Over Years bluq and pink ribbon'lnto dainty, Always bears bows. the "But back ot tho mothers stand a Signature of proud line ot fathers, with wllllB ht y. be-sur-e J ' ! 10-ce- ut ts d, round-shouldereunder-ground. Gainesville, Fla., Aug. 19. Five negroes, three men and two women, were taken from tho jail at Nowber-rand hanged by a Fla., early y mob and another negro was shot and killed by deputy sheriffs near Joncs-vlllFla., as tho result of tho killing yesterday of Constablo S. G. Wynne aftd the shooting of Dr. L. G. Harris by Bolsey Long, a negro. Tho lynched negroes were accused of aiding Long to escape. Posses of several hundred men tonight are searching the woods about Newberry, eighteen miles from here, for trace of Long. Further trouble was feared. Dispatches from Newberry said that the mob that lynched the five negroes was composed of about 200 men and worked quietly' ami rap-IdlAfter gaining entranco to the jail they took tho victims about a mile from town and hanged all on ono oak treo. Not a shot was fired, the dispatch said. The negro shot near JoncsvIIle also was said to have aided Long to escape. Wynne and Dr. Harris were shot when they went to Long's home at Newberry early yesterday to arrest him on a charge of stealing hogs. y, to-dae, hands on open purses, because 'next week my little girl graduates from high school. Hv, my how tlmo Men. Yesterday I bought her first pair of y roller skates' sho wants n wrist watch. How they do grow upl Next year we'll send her away to college If I can seo my way clear to do It.' The old brute! "Our men of Iowa have mado us good laws. Wo havo a widows' pension law. We iiavo a dower right for women. Wo have a prohibitory law. Thanks to tho brutes of Iowa. "Wo respect you and honor you, our Iowa men, but, what Is more, wo trust you. You may make tho laws, we will keep tho homes. "Ask your wife If sho cares to Did your mother mix In politics. wish It? Does your daughter who talks so glibly of women's rights know two real facts about It?" to-da- fcajftW Cmlmia T 15 PlnldDrachaj CASTORIA Tor Infants and Children. JOT 1 583 MBKJ Mothers ALCOHOL- - a Know That Genuine Castoria ?UH ,?iTjM E.H (aeO ,a.o lis0 ACSCiaUlCIlVJKUUui.-slmnallnftllicTbotltmatcd" tindllic Sfomvlisanu' Hawtlsny rrT jiwi" - , Always Bears the rt-- :"? m ?k. ' i3e Lm& saMFfTftMnCTirw i.nr.(i:mif1imflll i"1 $ V Signature of . i.cssanJRcst.CoutmuswUg WAR DEPARTMENT TO A DOIT MOW SHOES FOIl SOLDIERS Naucotic. Ay In m I? nM 2 Ifrrr Jfeu - jcag JiMrprif!L. m fee Wo wJ..v mi jcd m Use For Over lOSSOFbWEl. jacSimflcSijnnhm:o t BSsSP '73i " n W L "-cst v'S33 m & Thirty Years (J lr Exact Copy of Wrapper, CASTORIA THC CtnTAUR OOMPINT, NIW TOUR ClTT. 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Somo 100,000 trees were destroySUMMER PALACE BURNS ed bh well as four smnll villages. In tho royal garage, seven automobiles wore burnt. The royal villa was InKing Constantino' Villii In A1i Heap sured for $40,000. King ConstanKulcr Knveil lly Corporal's tino nnd his family will movo Into HeroNin, the Chnteau of Dokella, the property of Queen Olga, who Is now In Ilus-slAs many bodies of soldiers n. I dral for tho saving of tho lives of the SEES SIGNS OF king and the royal family, nnd a stnto funeral service, attended by nil the FAILING MORALE members of.the royal family savo tho king, confined to the palnco by his swollen nnklo, for the three ofllcers who had lost their lives in tho flames. NEWHPAPKIt COIUtKSPONDKNT JNXKIIVIHWS flKHMAX PIUSONKUS. stnntlno, Is no more. The once heavily wooded slopes of ML Panics are ns nnkod today as those of Mt. or nny other of tho Attic hills. Tho tens of thousands of dollars spent In cultivating n flourishing Pine wood, as an example of what might ho done with forestry In barren Attica, have been burned up ns completely as if the bank them-hoIvhad been thrown In the fire. Tho lives of three ofllcers, 120 soldiers and an unknown number of shepherds and villagers have added tragedy to tho disaster. King Constantino's Villa Is a heap pines of ashes. Even tho age-ol- d surrounding tho gravp of King Georgo were felled to save tho tomb Only tho JL Itself from desecration. old king's palace, now the property of tho Dowager Queen Olgn, remains, aaved by tho fact that an open space had been loft about the building for tho sake of tho view. Over a month of unprecedented drouth In Greece and a consistent mean temperature in tho. neighborhood of 110 degrees In tho shade has turned the whole of Greece into a basket of dried chips. For a fortnight before tho fire at Tatol reports had been coming in from Mlssolon-gh- l, Patras, Mcgara and the forest of Thebes, Klneta, Chalols, Camarl-x- a, Trichonla, Manes, Pyrgos, Agoul-Inlts- a and tho Island of Scyros of forest fires In which millions of trees Tho firo at were being destroyed. Megara and in tho forest of Klneta is still raging and Is already greater in extent than that at Tatol. It was only upon the morning of the 14th, however, that the general plaguo spread Jo the vicinity of tho capital. Tho flro is supposed to have started near tho ancient fortress known as tho Palacokastro of Katsimidl, in a dcfllo near tho summit of Mt. Parties, only some four miles as tho wind blows from the Chateau of Dekclia at Tatoi. In ft few hours tho flames spread over an advancing front of six miles and were sweeping down the slopes of Mt. l'arnes, whero Sophocles lies burled, with, tho royal summer place directly Pcn-teliccs Athons, Aig. 19. The wonderful Tho site of Tatol has played a largo forest of Tntol, tlio prldo of the Into part In the hlstdVy of Greece. Hero King Georgo of Greece, and the sum- nt tho suggestion of Alclbldes, tho mer resldcnco of his eon, King Con Spartans established .themselves In 413 D. C. to cut off tho supply of groin and foodstuffs bound Into Athens from Eubea, with tho purpose of starving out the Athenian population. And In 404 I). C, while blockaded Athens and tho Plreus by sea, tho Spartans descendof Tntol, ated from tho vicinity tacked and forced the capitulation of Athens, ending the Peloponcslan war. cr "MAN1CUIUNG" A CAPTIVK LKOPAHD'S CLAWS The task of trimming the claws of a wild benst In a "zoo" Is a rather strenuous one, as Is shown by tlo innnnor In which "Dick," tho leopard iu Central Park, New York, is treated when his claws are cut short. At a recent "manicuring" tho animal was thrown on hU sido close to tho front of his cago so thnt ono front leg and ono hind leg projected under tho frame supporting the Iron bars. Tho two legs were then drawn out their full length by ropes fastened Just abovo the paws and tied to nn outer railing, making Jt Impossible for the animal to move. In this position tho keepers were able, with scissors and other Instruments, to undertako In safety the trimming so essential to the leopard's comfort. seven-year-old' - HKN HOLT. (Thomas Dunn English.) Sweet Alice, Don't you remember Hen Bolt, Sweet Alice, whose hnlr was so brown, Who wept with delight when you gave her a smile, And trembled with fear at your frown? In tho old churchyard In tho valley, Hen Dolt, In a corner obscure and alone, They have fitted a slab of the granite so gray, And Alice lies under the stone. Under tho hickory treo Ben Bolt, Which stood at the foot of tho In At once tho order was given to remove the furniture of tho royal villa to Athens. Tho king himself, accompanied by the chief of his personal bodyguard, Capt. Ello Chrysos-pathi- s, by Lieut. Col. Dellaporta and Lieut. Kouloumopoulos, took automobiles nnd went toward tho advancing flames. Four regiments of infantry were ordered from Athens nnd ono from Chalets to try to stop tho firo, but tho parched pines wero bo Hko tinder and nothing could done. Tho acrid smoke obscured everything, sweeping In clouds oven to Athens. An entire company of Infantry was surrounded by tho flro, few escaped unscorched and somo 20 burned beyond recognition. Tho flames approached so rapidly tho place whero King Constantino and his thrco companies wero stationed that tho sovereign found his retread cut off, and was forced to leap down somo 18 feet into a gully, spraining his anklo so badly that it was with tho greatest difficulty that ho was able to proceed further. Corporal AlcxIndlB camo upon tho monarch in thlB' stato and half carrying him managed to get tho king to a placo of safety. King Constantino has inado tho corporal a knight of tho Order of tho Savior for his heroism. Meanwhllo Col. Dallnporta, Capt. Chrysospathls and Lieut. Kouloumopoulos, blinded by tho smoke, wero unablo to find their way out of tho forest. All threo wero burned allvo. At flvo o'clock In tho afternoon It was deemed necessary for tho queen and her children to fleo Tatol for Athens. Au hour and a half later tho king himself was forced to leave, after having given orders to cut tho trees around his father's tomb, to Isolate It from tho flames. Dy night tho flro had cut tho Northern Railway to LarlsBa and destroyed the, tolephono and telegraph wires. , Tho wholo sky to tho north of Athens was reddened by tho flames, which rapidly approached Kephlssla, bcvcii and a halt miles from Tatol and only eight and a. half miles from Athens. A To Deum was held In the cathe their path. hill. Together we've lain day shade, mill-wheel In tho noon And listened to Appleton's mill. has fallen to pieces, Tho Ben Bolt, Tho rafters have tumbled In, And a quiet which crawls around tho walls as you gazo Has followed tho olden din. Do you mind ,of tho cabin of logs, Ben Bolt, At tho edge of tho pathless wood, treo with Its And tho button-ba- ll motley limbs, Which nigh by the dofrstep stood? Tho cabin to ruin has gone, Ben Bolt, Tho treo' you would seek for In vain; And where onco tho lords of tho for- Are grass and the golden grain. And don't you remember the school, Ben Bolt, With tho master so cruel and grim, And tho shaded nook In tho running brook went to tho children Where swim? Ornss grows on tho master's grave, Ben Bolt, Tho spring of tho broo Is dry, And of all tho boys who were schol-matThere aro only you and I. est waved es then There I in tho things loved, Ben Bolt, Thoy havo changed from tho old .. to tho now; But I feel Iu tho deeps of my spirit tho truth, Thero nover was change Iu you.' Twelve months twenty havo past, Ben Bolt, Slnco first wo wero friends yet I hall Your presence a blessing, your friendship a truth, Ben Bolt of tho salt sea gale. Is change Paris, Aug. 19. "For tho first tlmo during tho war," writes a correspondent of ft Paris newspaper, who has had opportunity to talk to Germans captured in ono of the battles on tho Somme, "hnvo I found among prisoners any sign of falling morale. "There wero prisoners there of nges varying from eighteen to forty- eight, fathers who hall bepn defeated side by sido with their sons. In many of them I found weariness of the long, useless efforts, wenrlness of the Incessant traveling from one front to another, nnd moral wenrlness of loss of confidence In their ofllcers nnd lenders. "For the first time did I hear words llko these: " 'Wo were at Hardecourt, In tho Sabot wood, when wo wero subjected to a dreadful bombardment. The shells literally fell on tho ground in heaps. Wo wero there without nny The few dugouts cover whatever. wero occupied by our officers, who remained underground. Wo did not know whero to go, so we ran In disorder along tho long communication tronch.atteniptlng to escape from the avalanche. Not one word of command ' was given en Lives Over Terrible Scene. "It wns a little, old man who spoke these words, bowing his head with sorrow. It was evident that he was living over again the whole scene. "A boy was taken before the Alsatian officers who acted as Interpreters to bo examined. His lean checks which had never felt the touch of a razor were covered with a redgrowth of hair. dish, down-llk- o " 'The French wero about eight hundred yards away,' he said. 'They advanced In front and on our banks at the same time. They came down upon us. The part of our regiment which was still Intact was in tho trench. Wo had been sent there af-tour nrtlllery had started to fire at another part of the field. When we looked across the parapet wo could Just see the French soldiers very far off. Still, our Lieutenant and the commnnder of our company agreed that it was of no use to fight, so wo put down our arms. It was fully half an hour later that tho French Boldlers arrived and wo were made prisoners.' "Tho tonein which this boy spoke showed plainly enough that until then ho had had another conception of tho duties of an officer. It was the first tlmo he took their truo measuro but ho was not alone In doing so. Tho llttlo old soldier I Just mentioned hold the same opinion of tho conduct of his officers and so wo have found so many of the prisoners wo havo taken in Plcardy. Something liatllcully AVriiiiR. "This Judgment, which Is not in words, Is all tho more damning. When men who possess so little intelligence and personality as theso prisoners, and who havo been under such Iron discipline, begin to sit In Judgment on ofllcers who stand so far abovo them on tho human nnd social ladder, It means that something must havo gone radically wrong In tho very solidly constructed engine which Is called the German army." . "A German noncommissioned officer told his story of how he arrived in tho trenches In front of Hem: "It took us flvo hours to reach tho trenches nltho soldiers in fit condition would havo been ablo .to cover It tho distance easily In one hour. wub night and our ofllcers lost their way. Wo had been sent forward to Regiment, but that relievo tho regiment had not seen flt to wait for us and had left. When wo arrived In tho communication trench thero was a perfect chaos of disorder, as the French gunB hailed shells on us. Nobody had any Idea of whero our fighting positions were. AU kinds of contradictory and confusing orders wero given. Wo remained there for more than an hour, huddled together in a corner and unablo to find anything useful to do, or even to ter-rlb- lo er ed whero exctpf In the still headwaters, nnd It Is necessary that thoy arrive thero with the least exertion. The Government makes It obligatory that at least one flsh ladder bo built Into every dam ncrons such rivers. Fish ladders, whllo they may be built of wood, stone or concrete, according to the material of which tho dam is constructed, arc all alike In principle nnd consist of a trough which begins at water level on tho low side of the dam and then exsteps tends upward 111 several zig-za- g to n point below the water level on the upside of the stream. Water enters at tho top nnd flows down nnd Tin fli.i, 1i.tr fllft n tlln lindnni ever, Is not free like that iu a sluice, but Is retarded by means of cross-piecat regular Intervals In the trough. The water In the ladder Is continually flowing down and out at the bottom, forming a running stream, up which tho fish may swim with a choice of passing from the first pool to the next and so on up by swimming thru the bottom notches or jumping thru the top notches from one pool to the next higher one. The jump In tho latter case Is not more than eight inches and can be dono easily by almost any kind of fish. Popular Science Monthly. es VSSSSSSS( Ladies Shirt I W ist SaJe $1.25 Shirt Waist (( $1.00 (( ( (( 75c 89c 8 75c S50c (( c 50c 39c Hvifo dothit-i- g Co. HARTFORD, KY. a THE PETTICOAT. (Minna Irving, in New York Times.) Lost: a silken petticoat, Or maybe it was lawn, With ribbon running thru tho. flounce As rosy ns the dawn, A darling, dainty petticoat, A fluff of frosty lace, With dear, delicious satin bows To keep the frill In place. QMTOMS&WSSroroSMSrorod j Certainly Buy a Johnston The Johnston Harvesting Machinery is made stronger with fewer parts to wear out and break, yet they are easier to operate and will do good work where other machines fail. We are anxious to pjove this to you and any inquiries will have prompt attention. Lost: Louisa's petticoat, That rippled round her feet, And gavo a tantalizing glimpse Of Mender ankles neat, And flashing buckles on the toes Of slippers trim and small, For since tho narrow skirts came She wears it not at all. in We Carry a complete BABY MUSSELS TO AVEUT BUTTON FAMINE A great laboratory has been established on the Mississippi River, says tho National Geographic Maga zine, whero experiments have been In progress to determine how the pearly mussels may be artificially Increased so that tho many factories buttons therefrom may not have to shut down following the exhaustion of the mussel beds by unregulated .fishing. aVn entirely now problem In aqul- culturc was here presented, and has satisfactorily now been solved through the discovery that tho young mussels, while still in a microscopic larval stage, must attach themselves to the gills of particular fishes in order to develop, and that unless the fishes for which the different kinds of mussels have a selective affinity aro available none of the young will survive. The fish hosts of the various important button-makin- g mussels havo been determined and it is the province of tho laboratory to provide those fishes and havo them inoculate themselves by swimming in tanks or ponds in which tho spawning musa sels have been placed. When fish is sufficiently Infested, it is turned loose in the- - river, and in a few weeks the young mussels, having attained a proper development, become detached from tho gills, fall to the bottom of tho stream, and be gin their Independent existence. X line of repairs for any Machine we sell. Wo also p.jirrv ronairs for Deeriner. McCormick. Mil- waukee and Champion Mowers and will be pleased to furnish you anything in this line at reasonable prices. We can rebuild your old machine. ! A. B. Row 6c Son I Cetitertowti, Ky. i Vandertilt Training School for Boys ELKTON, KY. Will help parents develop their eons into 'the best type of citizens and Christian gentlemon. Its patronage is widely scat- tered and comes from the best homes in the South. Its capacity is limited, therem fore, reservations should be made early. Placo your son in this select gioup of gg ,J 'M I g m boys. Write S g MATHENEY & BATTJS For catalogue and information. Box A. llnu'to Havo a Cold Hang On. Don't let your cold hang on, rack your system and become chronic will when Dr. Bell's help you. It heals the Inflammation, soothes tho cough and loosens tho phlegm. You breathe easier at onco. is a laxaDr. Bell's tive Tar Syrup, tho phie tar balsam heals tho raw spots, loosens tho mucous and prevents Irritation of tho bronchial tubes. Just get a bottle today, of Dr. Bell's its guaranteed to help you. At drug1 gists. ey "lliBIKlIlIIBHlMlHMIIIElf destroyed, having no soil on which plants can grow for many years to come. No storm or cloudburst has been so severe as this during 100 years. This has been shown by tho fact that 100 years ago two mill buildings were situated on this slope and wero carried away by tho flood, the mill stones being swept so far and burled bo deep with gravel they have never since been seen. E. H. nurson in Green's Fruit Grower. r jj WILL FILL A WANT! Since the suspension of the Weekly Courier-Journa- l, there has been quite a demand for a weekly Kentucky newspaper that gives all the more important state news, as well as the general Louisville j A Cloudburst. snatch a llttlo rest." ladders For l'l.sh. Do you know that fish actually dams In their Jump one hundred-foo- t migrations each spring to tho headwaters of tho rivers In which thoy spawn? Of course, this ono hundred-foo- t Jump Is not made all in one leap, but iu a numbor dt short leaps of olcht Inches each. This' feat is inado possiblo by whut is called a fish ladder. This ladder must, bo placed In all river dams In which flsh, such as salmon, swim up to tho river heads to spawn. Fish will not Bpawn any- - CASTORIA Children Ory FOR FLETCHER'S I had not known much about cloudbursts, until during a trip to West Virginia when I was Bhown a washout on tho mountain side which I was told was caused by a cloudburst. Even then I did not realize what a cloudburst really was. I assumed that a cloudburst was an actual deluge poured from tho clouds as one would pour water from a tub, but A cloudburst this was erroneous. means a nonstrous, marvelous fall of water, tho fall being In the usual manner only of greater volume. Wo had at Green'B Fruit Farm this spring moro cloudbursts than ever beforo that I can recall. Even tho highlands wero too wot to bo plowed or cultivated. Lower lands that wero prepared for planting to trees, vines and plants wero flooded with several feet of water. Not far distant from Green's farms thero was a gully farm so filled with gravel from an adjacent Blopo the farm was news, crisp editorials, good "About two years ago I had a se stories, timely cartoons and Just tho Thing for Diarrhoea. vere attack of diarrhoea which lasted over a week,' writes W. C. Jones, Buford, N. D. "I became bo weak A that I could not stand upright. druggist recommended Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Tho first dose relieved me and within two days I was as well as over." Many druggists recommend tills remedy becauso they know that ovory- Obtainablo it is reliable. m where. ) i illustrations. There is no such excellent paper as the k Twice-a-Wee, M Owensboro Messenger (Kdlted by Uivy Woodson.) j , "Father," said tho small "what Is a bandit?". - "A bandit, my son, is a man holds people up and depends on phy slcal forco instead of legal talent." . It comes every Wednesday land Saturday, (16 pages a week or more), and is up-t- o date in every regard. Try the Twice-a-Wee- k Me. boy, senger for a year in connecwho tion with the Hartford Republican. j , "Pa, what, Js dyspepsia?" Btomach my aou." "It is tho remorse of a Puck. guilty Both papers, one year for $1.50. All dubbins: subscriptions should be addressed io Republican, Hartford, Ky; y the evening. The main opposition to the bill came from Uio Southern State, their representatives chnrg-lu- g lh ro.totllce that the cotton mill owners would Jiintorwl according to law at matter ot tie ffnd be sorlouely affected. nrn If the meas nwttord. Ky.. ure Is signed by tho President It will year from the dntc Editor become n law a AUilSON .T. HARNETT (if signature. W. 8. TINSLKY,. .Hiislncss MannRcr Hartford Republican. nFlCCTFPC Ur U. I lofnny others, with perhaps the S. 18 LOWERED 5 SAYS ten:! execp-- j all communications Hartford Republican. The Address to NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Uterlb- - deolrlnn tbn pmwr wt to n new ddrvM mutt rItb tli. old addrrM In innklne th reqaeat. HwilDeM Local nnil Notice- -. 10c per line and Be yer line lor each additional Inwitlon. Obltunrleo. IlMolntlona un.l Card ot Thtnk!fc per Mne. money In ndrnncr. Cbarrb Notlrm for nervier trtr. lint other df ertl'enientK, & per line. Anonympns caniinnnlrntlona will reeclre no ttenttnn Cvma."berla.Tid. .... 3Toixxxixa' u.tual - - S.S3 CO FRIDAY, AUGUST 25. HEPURLICAN TICKET. For President, CHARLES EVANS HUGHES. For Vice President, CHARLES WARREN FAIRBANKS. For Congress, JOHN P. HASWELL, JR. For County Attorney, A. D. KIRK. WHAT ABOUT THIS? "We favor a single Presidential term, and to that end urge the adoption of an amendment to the Constitution making the President of the United States Ineligible for reelection, and we pledge the candidate of this convention to this principle." platform From the Democratic adopted at Baltimore In 1912. Yet Woodrow Wilson is the Democratic nominee for a second term. What will the voters do about It? Ru- - HECKHAM'S STAND. Senator Beckham lined up with Republicans Tuesday In their fight for n much needed Immigration law. Other Senators voting with the solid G. O. P., were Ashurst, Chamber lain, Cnlberson, Hardwlck, Lane, Myers, Overman, Smith and Varda-maKentucklnns of all parties who want the amazing flow of Illiterate, foreigners; scum o d filthy, the earth so to speak, cut off rejolco that Mr. Beckham and his handfull of colleagues have not allowed the disciples df Woodrow Wilson to choke them into submission. Every passenger ship that drops anchor In American waters after crossing the seas deposits from Its Insteerage loads of undesirables. tellectually undeveloped they seek to They replace American laborers. enough here to be tearn Just and sometimes droves of them strike, kill and loot at the command of a roughneck leader. We bend on our knees to drink dry the pond of .illiteracy but even while we drink it swells to larger proportions so fa'stly Is It fed by the stream of Ignorant foreigners. And Woodrow Wilson, the President of these Unit ed States; he who proclaims, "Amer icanism," refuses to take the first step towards "pure Americanism." An Immigration bill, containing an illiteracy clause, was passed by Congress not long ago but Wilson vetoed it on the grounds that it contained the illiteracy test.the very thing that we want and the very thing that we'll have, thank God, when we elect a n. low-bredan-cero- HUGHES TS A KINGING BEFORE HENO SPEECH AUDIENCE. CUT ALMOST IN HALF Fulliire To Protect American Cltlcns In Mexico Unbecoming to Our National Dignity. Reno, Nev Aug. 23. Charles Ev- ans Hughes said In an address delivered here late today that the prestige of the United States has been cut practically In half as a result of its dealings with Mexico. The nominee reiterated his previous declarations for an adequate protective tariff and again took the Administration to task for retiring trained men from diplomatic service "to make room for six men without any special qualifications other than party loyalty." Mr. Hughes said he deplored the fact that the present Administration has "to such a large degree disregarded and violated the principles of our merit system." We can have peace without trou ble In this country." said the noml- nee, In, discussing the Mexican situation. "Only Inexcusable blundering would get us Into war. Wo don't want anything; we have got all we need; we are nonaggresslve; we arc not seeking trouble; we are not trying to exploit anybody. We simply want to go ahead In our peaceful pursuit of our Ideals and have pros- yenr Revolutionary war Gen. Israel caught a man lurking about post at Pecksklll, On the Hudson. A flag of truce came from Sir Henry Clinton, claiming the prisoner as Lieut. Palmer, of the British service. The answer of the stout old gcnernl was brief and to tho point' "Headquarters, 7th August, 1777. Edmund Palmer, an officer In the enemy's service, wns taken as a spy lurking wlthfn our lines. Ho has Ibeen tried as a spy, condemned as a spy, and shall be executed as a spy; and tho flag Is ordered to depart Immediately. "ISRAEL PUTNAM. "P. S. He hns, accordingly, been executed." o VETOES ARMY BUDGET. WIImiii Says Bill Fulled To Provide The New Fall Lines Are Arriving Daily. And, of course, our first though is to or get rid of our Summer room tor Fall Goods. Goods and make Discipline. ur Entire Slock of Lawns at duced Prices. 5c Lawns at 10c Lawns 15c Lawns 3 l-2c Re- Washington, Aug. 20. In protest against n provision which removes retired army officers from liability to scrvico and from army discipline, President Wilson today vetoed the army bill, thus sending back to Congress the appropriation measure which carried $300,000,000 forthe preparedness program. At the time that this "Joker" was inserted In tho army bill the circum stances said to surround Its intro- Rcpresen- were published. Hay of Virginia, chairman of tatlvc tho House Commltteo on Military Affairs, was author of the provision and he slipped It In quietly while the bill was In conference, thus preventing debate upon the provision In both the House and Senate. It was said that Hay did this particularly to relieve from liability under the articles of war liis friend, MaJ. Gen. Fred C. Alnsworth, who is reported to be writing a book giving his side of his old feud in the War Department with MnJ. Gen. Leonard Wood. Hay denies that this wns his motive. President Wilson's action was un expected, although the opposition of the AVnr Department to this and oth- er provisions favorable Inserted by Hay have been well known, When the news reached .the Housp Hay reintroduced the bill In the House without the provision contain-cver- y I hig t'le articles of war. In his veto message President Wilson partlcu- lariy asKeti ior wie inclusion ui u.u artlcles of war as being essential to proper army reorganization. ductlon I at 7I2c at 10c 25c Lawns at 15c per yard. per yard. per yard. per yard. Also our line of Fancy Parasols at great reduction. We have received a shipment of New Get Fall Ginghams for School Dresses. the kiddies ready in time. x perity. seems to have a mania for war, too. The European world's scries has apparently gone Into extra innings. Probably Wilson wants a railroad strike so Hughes can't get to Kentucky September 5th. No wonder Brooklyn is at the top in the National League race when she has Wheat in tho field. Puffed, up? Well, I should say. We have received a leap year proposal. Announcement will probably follow later. South America shyly purchased a peck of beans from us the other day. Come on kid, we are good people to trade with. Prestige lowered. "But that does not mean that our peril, nor a peril of any particular rights arc to be Ignored, that we are of color; but simply a peril. A peril to be lacking In the protection to the working man, a peril to socie- those rights that are known to perty, a nerll to business and a peril to tain to American citizens. Our conthe nation. We should consult no duct in Mexico in falling to protect one as to their views In regard to the rights of our citizens down there forcut down our International prestige, our permitting these It entering the United States t shoniii snv nractlcallv eigners nb more than we should ask who we Is a very serious thing for a nation might bar from the doors of our to be known as willing to forego . homes. It Is needed legislation that those primary obligations or main-to come and we are glad talnlng the rights of its citizens which Is bound nation has." to see men like Mr. Beckham chamMr. Hughes said that In other na- pioning, with Republicans, Its cause. If war comes to the United States tions dinlomacy is a great profes- in the near future a test will be ne- slon; that men enter the lower grades cessary to ascertain who are Ameri- and are, promoted until they reach cans. The test had better be made the highest opportunities of diplonow that wo nny see who are wor- matic agency. "We were making a thy of being Americans and let those fine start in that way," he continued. g "We had a number of men who who object Join hands with the and Hohenzollern and obey the started In the lower ranks, men who had gone thru several grades, startcommands of Watterson. ing in as attaches or secretaries, appointed to this place or that place PLAYING FOR LABOR VOTE. from a foreign nation obtaining a splendid repute, a very Bandits dashed across the American border,, Important knowledge and training. killed Americans, respecting no age And it has been lamentable to see or sex; they destroyed property, loot- under this Administration man after President. It's not a yellow peril, nor a black Fine Fall Toile de Nord splendid pattern assortment, per yard15c. , 27-inc- h low-brow- one-hal- f. Carson STRAY STREAKS. b. Si rcosrsr.Arra Co Hartford, Ky. o INFANTILE PLAGUE MAKES APPEARANCE IN MEXICO Haps-bur- American soldiers ed and vanished. Guardsmen on the border have were sent In pursuit by the President been paid six dollars each since being of the United States with the avowed ordered out. Not much stake for u intention of capturing, dead or alive, three-montcrap game. the bandit leader. The Mexican government, a measly excuse, itself unCorn Is shocked and It only haa able to cope with the situation ordercars. What would the poor stalks ed the law and order expedition to do if they had eyes and could see Lretrace its steps. We arbitrate. Railroad employes maue demands the other half of the new hose? Or the half where the other half would upon their employers and threaten a nation-wid- e strike unless their debe if it was. mands are met. The employers ofColumbus stood on tho deck calm- fer to arbitrate. The employes rely sweeping tho seas with his power- fuse and ure backed by the Presiful glasses. Ho uttered an exclama- dent of tho United States, the same tion and called to a group of. his sub- olllclal who was willing to arbitrate ordinate olllcers, who, seeing (,ho with what ho calls tho Mexican govtroubled look upon their leader's ernment when there was do doubt It In tho world but what we were brow, .came hurriedly forward. was coming toward them and they right. the could see the waves from tho pollMr. Wilson demanded that like object as It pushed Its way railroad operators comply Immediatethrough the water. "A submarine," ly with tho demands and absolutely Inthey cried, and plunged head-lon- g refuses them the right of arbitrato the ocean. (To be continued.) tion, a thing unheard of. He tells them that the American people have Things are humming around the a right to expect his plans to bo acRepublican campaign headquarters cepted, and in the next breath hints in the Seclback at Louisville these that the railroads will be allowed days. All hands are busy preparing to raise their freight rates. The for Mr. Hughes' visit to Kentucky, American people, God bless them, September 5. They say, too, that would no doubt, bo delighted to some strlngont rules are being en- have their freight rates increasforced at headquarters. The boys ed. are very urgent in their invitations What the American peoplo have a to visitors, but if It's a drink that right to expect' is a square deal for you are looking for you had better all concerned, and It seems that etopvon the first floor for they do tle surest of giving it Is for both ay that not a drop Is allowed In tho parties to lay their complaints besuite. Rather hard on wo country fore a board of arbitration. Let tho fellows when visiting in the city but President be present at the hearing, a mighty good Idea, and unique, too, but by all means such a precedent In political headquarters. as the refusal of arbitration should not bo set. No ono within tho borThe child labor bill passed the ders of this great land should bo de house Friday and now awaits tho nied the opportunity of telling his signature of tho President. If tho story, ti is me very uviuucrui-- mi-o- n jneastoo becomes a law it will bar which tho country stands. products of any mliio or quarry emWilson thinks ho sees an opploying children under 1C years and portunity of getting the labor voto products of any mill, cannery, work and like a drowning man ho grabs shop, factory or manufacturing es- at tho splinter. But the splinter Is tablishment employing children un- likely to prove a thorn for tho votder 14, or which employs children ing public Is not deceived. They between 14 and 1G inoro than eight don't want their freight rates on ferhours a day, more than six days a tilizer, seeds and merchandise of all week or earlier than C o'clock in tho kinds raised when it might bo avoidmorning or later than 7 o'clock lu ed by arbitration. man of that description removed from the service, taken right out after years of devotion to the service, and retired only to make room for men without any special qualifications, other than party loyalty. That was done conspicuously In despite our profession of a desire to cultivate the closest relations with Latin America, tho Importance of which Is very obvious. How Is the great, U. S. the exemto plar of Republican Institutions stand before our slstej republics In American this hemisphere If we play politics with the agencies of diplomatic intercourse and fall to honor training That sort of thing and experience? won't do. If you put me in olilce I pledge you that we will seo to it that we are represented by men who will commend themselves to the countries where they serve and raise the standard of our diplomacy." Reason For Protection. Commltteo. Mr. Hughesagaln gave his reasons 7t2 . a for favoring a protective tariff and TOLEDO POLICE FORCE then said: CUT; CROOKS HAVE ORGY wo "Our friends still Insist that shall not foster Industry by the tarToledo, O., Aug. 22. Toledo to their iff. Why, if wo proceed night of theory what would become of the In- crooks took advnntage last the reduced police force which went dustries of the state of Nevada. What evening. would become of the protection ne- into effect early in the Call- - Moro than 100 robberies, such as cessary for tho enterprises of hold-uphouse breaking, pocket- fornla. This whole section of the picking and other minor crimes wero country needs the fostering care ot morngovernment, not that wo should havo reported up to 3 o'clock this There werq but few arrests. ad- ing. private persons secure an unfair The city's police forco was cut B.ut vantage at the public expense. d its normal quota hecauso fairly applied a we should have of a shortage of funds, caused In a n.lnnllila wIllMl nmlfPfl flllfl fllffllSeS by failure of two recent bond all over the country a condition measure ues totaling nearly $2,000,000. where wages are higher and stand-- 1 ards of living are higher than those j Administrator Notice. In any other part of the world. All persons having claims aga list a night meeting Mr. Hughes held estate of George W. Maddox, in the Majestic Theater. He loft the -- -, . ,, this city for Ogden, utaii, at at iny nuiuu ncui ivusuiui,iuii iuuk.ii, o'clock. Hartford, Route 5, Ohio county, Ky., -- e or to Attorneys Woodward & Kirk, A Spy's Fate in 1777. A curious and unfamiliar page In Hartford, Ky., for payment, proper American history shows that tho ly verified as required by law, withtreatment of tho spy was as prompt in CO days from this date, or be forand rigorous then as It Is today ever thereafter barred. Given under my hand this August among tho powers of tho great war. schoolboy knows the 4th, 1916 Every American G. E. SMITH, Admr. fate of Major Andre, but few know Gt3 Latin-America, Mexican-s, one-thir- under our chair and then In some wanner decoyed n much respected preacher Into said private ofllcc. Of (By Fluke McFluke.) course, when we twisted odr chair Mexico City, via Galveston, Tex., August 20. Several cases of infanaround to greet said minister tho dod tile paralysis have appeared at points rotted bottle had to roll out tq the I contend that not every 200-lThe on the Tehuantepec Isthmus. middle of tho room. who Is the husband sanitary authorities are taking en- lobster you meet, can sport a bunged-u- p 115-rwife, ergetic steps to prevent a spread of of a Just why a cour-l- would go thru eye, In fact it might bo rather llfo single and unhitched to the ago the plague to other parts of Mexicreditable. co. of 46 and 47 and then tie up hard Twenty-fiv- e ot the best physicians is more than we are able to we are and fast We hardly know whether , In Mexico City departed last night understand. or Republican around the for Puerto Mexico to direct the fight Democrat and Repubagainst the plague. The Board of old Joint as Democratic ilowcd freely over our press- WANTS NEWS OF HIS Health Is sending the sanitary corps lican Ink liONG.LO.ST FATHER No, we haven't changto assist the physicians to stamp out es this week. Our neighbor merely had a ed. the disease. The following hns been receive Officials here believe the plague by the Courier-Journwith the has been imported from New York. guy we know of Is, request that It be published: Tho tightest The quarantine against the port has ''Cadeyvllle, La Aug. 17. I am who works the same Job been k strengthened the last two a fellow spent several days writing you hoping for Information with you, who has months. Henderson, whero about my father's people, who llvo More than 000 families who left In nn oasis llko springs How by day, and In the neighborhood of Louisville, or Silk Velvet Mexico owing to the fear of a Joy or possibly In the city. I know of war have returned by night, whero bottled In bond by tho barrel. Yes, no other way tq get this Information. may be garnered through Vera Cruz. My father was reared at or near LouIt's this same guy who returns to tho Ho was, I think, a Captain so much as give you isville. A. S. of E. Stock Shipping Notice. Job and doesn't Civil WaV. Ho left Kentucky a smllo or oven hand you a pleasant in the Tho A. S. of E. .Stock Commltteo not calling names, between 1870 and 1875, going .to will ship again August 29, provided look. Wo are Louisiana later. Ills namo was becauso wo don't exactly want tho enough Is reported for car. AU Samuel Oldham Patln, but for some as we do. see him those wishing to ship should report world to reason ho changed his name f.o Hugh to the committee at once. I Republican force, Henry after leaving Kentucky. A. Petty, of Tho S. L. STEVENS, nm exceedingly desirous of getting In spent soveral days In Henderson lateH. M. PJRTLE, touch with other members or branchly, tho guest of his wife. o. break-dow- n. al In the absence of our Chief Cop, Hooker Williams, Wednesday afternoon, the blazing star, the Insignia job of of tho was placed upon tho extonded and mighty chest of A. Rial, Esq. Albert rold me, confidentially, that Hookor wouldn't let him wear the star oxcept when he thought thero was going to be a hot time In the old town. R. E. Leo Slmmerman went to evening. Wednesday Owensboro Loo went over 'to Some one said search for tSiat quarter ho lost about a month ago. Mr, Slmmorman took Hartford's chief of pollco and the best plumber he could find and as a result R. K. L. S. was soen In Hartford the next day O. K. es of the family. Won't you please publish? 8. O. HENRY." Wo are Informed that tho above Mr. Peyton was formerly a resident of Hurtford and has relatives living; here now. "What Congress has done concerning a Government Armor Plant and what people are thinking about It' Editorial Comm.nl .,,,.', .- r.li.ct.d In ...., SI Ernest Blrkhead says that It Is about the right tlmo of year for Martins to migrate. The meanest trick perhaps, which has been played upon Fluke In a very long tlmo, was pulled yesterday when some guinea sneaked Into our private olllco In our absence and placed a bottle of Cooks Goldblume Thii is the title of a booklet we hve pieptrcd. Wo hall bo glad to tend a copy free to any one' interested. Bethlehem Steel Co. South Bethlehem, Pa. r V- - j0VWVVm9INNF9Wlf19 t fWffWlWWlfTTi AA . Big Reduction k McC.ll mmny diamine Effect rattrrn No. in Georcctts 7339. on ef the new ucngni :or arpictncer Now thnt the summer days will soon be a thing of the past, wo are making big reductions in all Bpirfng and tummer merchandise. Not too late for you to buy, but too late for us to replenish our fine summer stock, so every yard or our Bpring Merchandise is now reduced. Plenty of plain and fancy Voiles, Organdies, Lawns, etc., including the m Awning Stripe Wide Stripe Skirtings, also white materials for skirts, as well as a complete line of Silks and Woolens. uch-sought-for Short Lengths in Percales, Ginghams, Etc., all very desirable ' for children's school wear. OFFERING Ladies' SHOES. Wo carry McCall patterns in stock, and have u competent corps of salesladies to give you every attention. Don't fovget this, ana Kemember that SPECIAL now in Children's Men's LOW-CU- T It Pays To Trade With a House That Saves You Money. 25kz&'CG Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, AUGUST 2S. li., II. & ST. L. R. R. TIME TADLE. No. 113 due at Ellmltch 8:32 p. m. No 110 due at Ellmltch 7:30 m' 3:40 No. 112 Lv. Ellmltch in. m. 5:35 Ar. Irvlngton 6:GG m. Lv. Irvlngton m. 7:40 Ar. Louisville m. 8:35 No. Ill Lv. Louisville Ar. Irvlngton .10:00 a. m. Lv. Irvlngton .10:40 a. m. Ar. Ellmltch . . 1:04 p. m. M., n. & K. R. R. TIME TABLE. 8outh Bound, No. 11G 8:45 a. m. Due at Hartford North Bound, No. 114 5:55 p. m. Duo at Hartford (Both "Mixed Trains.) , , J :: ; Personal News and Social Events, Sheriff S. O. Keown is at Dawson for a few days. Mr. Rowan HolbroblT was in Owensboro Monday. Mr. OrvaTs6sh76fLinton, Ind., visited his father hero this week. cottage, in For Rent. A good repair. Apply at this office Gtf Mr. Hamilton 'MoTtohrof Nashville, Is visiting his sister, Mrs. B. W. Napier. When inllartford stop at the New r. Commercial Hotel, Isaac Foster, ' 7t4 Mr. Leo ivuuouson leu yesterday , morning for Chicago, where ho has a position. A One girl is a new arrival at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A. Duvic, pro-pleto- East Hartford. Miss Mary Alider'son arrived Wednesday to bo the guest of Miss Mar-iaHolbrook. Mrs. Luc7Kloin, of uTcknoll, Ind., visited this, her old home town a few days this week. Mr. J. wrMosoloy'nTa'do n business trip to Oweusboro Monday, returning Tuesday. I'rof. J. D. Ford, a former Ohio county boy, but now of Bowling Green, has been engaged to teuch the fall and winter te,rm of school at No. 19. m Mr Cash Spalding returned to Chicago yesterday morning, aftor a "visit with friends here. Dr. S. c7Bafrd made a professional trip to Buel Wednesday, returning yesterday. Mrs. T. S. MarkTand Misses Lettle, Margaret and Mary Marks were In Owunsboro yesterday. Attorney Ernest Woodward, of Henderson, is spending the week at his office In Hartford. Special Deputy Banking Commissioner L. C. Brown, of McHenry, was in Hartford yesterday. Mr. Glenn TlnsTey left" yesterday morning for Chicago to visit his brother, Mr. Itaymer W. Tlnsley. Mrs. FranfifMay returned Wednesday after a visit with her slater, Mrs. It. M. Hunter, at Pleasant Ridge. Miss Mnttye" Duke and Mr. Edward Duko will roturn today from a short visit to relatives at Dukehurst. Mr. Marlon Crowe loft yesterday morning for Dayton, Ohio, after spending his vacation with his parents here. Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Uarnos and children, Beaver Dam, are visiting the family of Mr. J. W. Moseley this week. Mr. and Mrs. Timor Westcrfleld, of Nocreek, are tho proud parents of n Jlne boy. Timer, Jr., mado his advent on Tuosday, last. Miss Margaret Williamson, ot Wyeox, arrived Wednesday to visit Miss Leila Glenn and other Hartford friends. Messrs. S. P. McDowell, J. Ellis Mitchell, II. C. Acton and Esq. W, 8. Dean, of Dundee, wore hero on business first of tho week Mrs. Mamlo Felix and children, Paulino and Wilbur, of Owensboro, nro visiting friends and relatives in Hartford and vicinity. Misses Hetty Rlloy, Mamlo Shown, Tina Yelser and Verna Duke wero guests of Mrs. Z. II. tho week-en- d Shultz at Pleasant Ridge. Mrs, D. L. Joliuson and" daughter, Mrs. Waymnn Cooper and little Miss Loulso Cooper, of Evansvlllo, Ind., aro the guests of Dr. and Mrs. A. B. Rlloy. Barnett and Dr. daughter, of Caneyvlllo, will motor thru Saturday to visit the family ot Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Barnett, of near town. Messrs. "J. AiT"Vaughan, Henderson Murphree, II. E. Evans and AlToton Haynes, of the bacco Company, Owensboro, were iu Ross-Vaugh- an Hurt ford Tuesday Inspecting tho local warehouso with tho view of handling tobacco at this point during tho coming Benson. Miss Eva MaxTndalc, who was the guest of Mrs. Step Sosh this week, left yesterday morning for Llvormoro where she will visit before returning to Kansas. President K. H.ordTand Mr. Henry Overstrcct, of Owensboro, will, so It Is nnnounccd, bo present at the Tobacmeeting of tho co Grower Association here on September 2nd. Mr. Nathan Koscnblatt, of Clinton, Ind., formerly of Hartford, passed thru here Saturday with a motor party from Clinton en route to the Mammoth Cave. Mr. WarrenBenton, of Cincinnati, phlo, who was born and reared In Ohio county, and was at ono'tlmo a foreign missionary to China, Is visiting friends and relatives In the community. i Miss Rose Ethelyn Collins gave an enjoyable lawn party at her home near Hartford on Wednesday evening. Among the large number of guests Misses Crombaugh and Mount, of Frankfort were present. Misses Ruth and Leila Pctric, who have been tho guests of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Fogle, left Wednesday afternoon for Louisville, where they will visit for a few days before returning to their homo In Brazil, Ind. Misses MarlanT" Holbrook, Mattye Duko, Leila Glenn, Nancy Ford, Eva Maxindale and Messrs. Hamilton Morton, Estill Barnett, Sam Cook and Cecil Felix wero guests at the theater party given by Mr. Orval Sosh ntMho Star Tuesday evening. Mrs. A. M. Barnett, of near town, visited in Owensboro, first of the week. Mrs. Barnett's sister. Miss Mlt-tl- e May, of St. Cloud, Fla., accompanied Mrs. Barnett home to remain until Saturday when she will leave for Memphis, Tenn., for a short vis- It before returning to her home. Misses Ruth and Leila Petrle were hostesses of a very enjoyable theatre party last Friday evening. After the show the guests were served with refreshments by Mrs. Glenn's Sunday School class in the basement of the Methodist church. The following en Joyed the hospitality of the Misses Petrle; Misses Leila Glenn, Mary Bean, Evelyn Thomas, Lourlne Col lins, Burke Napier, Annie Rae Car son, Victoria Barnard, Sally May, Leila Petrlo and Ruth Petrle; Messrs. Parke Taylor, Glenn Tlnsley, Edward Duke, Gocbel Crowe, Larkln Griffin, Randall Watterson, Russell Plrtle, Berry Dudley Walker, Gayle Taylor and McDowell A. Fogle. Mr. Ernie Morton, of Centertown, Is tho Burbank of Ohio county. What Mr. Morton doesn't raise In his ex perlments Isn't worth mentioning, He is a druggist by trade, but a wlz ard by nature, and makes old mother earth produce just about what he calls for regardless of climatic con dltlons. Dr. Plrtle received a ba nana bloom through the mall the other day, postmarked "Centertown" and Doc didn't know whether It was a wall flower or an Adam's apple blossom until Mr. Morton 'phoned him. The statement that bananas arc growing right here In Ohio coun ty Is a little hard to believe but is nevertheless tho truth. Morton ha3 several hushes and one of them con If tains nineteen young bananas. his taste docs not call for bananas tho Wizard will pluck a delicious ap ple from a nearby tr,cc, and nothing gives that tody a bettor flavor than the Juico from one of those homegrown lemons. No-cre- WALTER HURIURI) READ Former Hartford Hoy Dies In Clil chro Hopplt.nl Mother Irciit. Walter Hubbard, son of tho well HARTFORD COLLEGE Begins Its 37th Year remembered E. C. Hubbard, who left Hartford In his boyhood days, died In the Presbyterian Hospital at Chi cago last Friday. Mrs. E. C. Hubbard, his mother, had gone to Chicago from Hartford to be at the bedside. Sho was recognized by her dying son, but he could only talk In n whisper. MONDAY, SEPT.. 4, 1916. HB I While In Ogden, Utah, Mr. Hub bard was stricken with nn affliction of tho glands of the neck which causHo went to ed partial paralysis. Chicago and entered the hospital, but medical attention failed to overcome tho trouble. Mr. Hubbard was born In Hartford and made this his home several years after reaching manhood. He was a graduate of law school but did not care to pursue tho profession. .He was 48 years old at the time of his death and was single. His remains were Interred In Glen Ellen cemetery, .Chicago, where his father was burled years ago. Mrs. Hubbard has returned to her home. i no Mies 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 H, E. Brown, Pres, or Henry Leadi, Vice Pres. a Sam Rouari Dies Suddenly. fffa Sam Rowan, a prominent farmer, of Heflln, died at his home Saturday about noon after an Illness that started while he was chopping out BLUE corn only u few minutes before. When he began feeling bad he left the corn field and went to the lawn where he Ky. North sat down on the grass. Ho called for a drink of water and before It could Is the Place to Buy Fresh Groceries ofall Kinds. be handed to him he had fallen over and was found to be dead. Agency for SELECT FLOUR. " Mr. Rowan was 38 years old at Salmon 3 cans for 25c. Lenox Soap 7 bars, 25c. the time of his death and leaves a wife and two children, also three NELSON'S SPECIAL COFFEE 25c per lb. sisters and two brothers. He was a son of Mr. and Mrs. John Butler guaranteed Gold Watch and Ticket for a ten-yeRowan, deceased. Chain given FREE with each pound of The funeral services were held at ", this Coifee sold. Goshen church Sunday afternoon and a large crowd of friends attended. Rev. B. W. Napier, Mr. Rowan's pasThe tor, conducted the services. and Mr. Woodmen of the World, of which twice in the chest. Then he shot Mrs. M. M. Bardwell, the deceased was a loyal member, al- himself twice before the crowd that Bardwell. Mr. Hamll King left Thursday fqr so took part in the funeral and bur- had gathered could prevent it. An examination revealed that none a two weeks' visit to his parents at ' ial. of the bullets struck vital spots and their home In Nevada, Mo. Mr. Carva Taylor, who has been in both are expected to recover. Heddy Nearly Fatal Accident. Louisiana for several months, is at 14 or 15 months is a prisoner. An Infant about Mrs. Gallagher's husband, a letter home for a short visit. of age, child of Mr. and Mrs. Lon Mr. Frank Gray, of Friar Point, town, came near los- carrier, died a week ago. ImmeAustin, of near ing Its life yesterday by falling into diately afterward Heddy, who had Miss., arrived Wednesday for a brief a tub of water over which It had been friendly to both Mr. and Mrs. visit with his mother, Mrs. Ella H. climbed. The child was discovered Gallagher, began to pay marked at- Gray. Mr. and Mrs. Morton WHHams tention to the widow, and within a Just In time to prevent a tragedy. day or two had asked her to marry and son, of Daniel Boone, are the him. Mrs. Gallagher refused to do guests of Mr. J. D. Williams and CHARGES GIRL WITH family this week. SHOOTING POLICEMAN so. W FIT M Court Square. Hartford, U ar Whitesburg, Ky., Aug. 22. The grand jury today returned an indictment against Miss Mary Fuzzan, 16 years old, who Is charged with fatally shooting J. Martin Wright, a Jentwo weeks ago. kins policeman, Wright was probing the illicit whisky traffic in tho coal fields when he was shot. He was taken to the Good Samaritan Hospital at Lexington for Physicians sld his recovery Is Impossible. He was returned to Jenkins. -- treatment. - MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED SINCE OUR LAST REPORT Jesse Criysingcr, Deanfield, to Essie Nave, Deanfield. Bluford Craig, Hartford, R. C, to Lalllo Sharp, Hartford, R. C. W. P. Smith, Fordsvllle, to Ella Petty, Narrows. to Onlce Whltehouso, Fordsvllle, Beatrice Coppage, Dundee. Loans wanted In Muhlenberg, McLean, Daviess, Webster, Butler and real Ohio counties on good first-clas- s estate for 5 years. W. II. PARKS, Hartford, Ky. 50tt Sugar, Cheapest in The Country. wo will give Elgin, with each 16 size, Case Watch at $5.50, an ors. of Sugar der for $1.00 worth, at J. C. Iler's. This Is to Introduce this new model neat, durable, flno g 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,. Jowolry, Kodaks, Films and Supplies and if you buy any of these before seeing our line, you loose Prompt attention given mall and telephone orders. Wo test eyes and fit glasses. J. B. TAPPAN, Jeweler and Optician, Hartford, Ky. 7t4 Administrator's Notice. All persons having claims against tho estate of L. D. Taylor, deceased, aro notified to present same to mo properly proven, for payment, within G0"days, at my homo on Route 3, Beaver Dam, Ohio county, Ky. This July 29th, 191C. 5t3p F. L. TAYLOR, Admr. HANCOCK COUNTY WOMAN - For a short time VICTIM OF RUNAAVAY 12-lb- Owensboro, Ky., Aug. 22. Information waa received In this city yesterday of tho horrlblo manner In which Mrs. Walter Huff, one of tho best known women of Hancock county, met death late Sunday afternoon, whllo returning homo from a visit to her mother. Mrs. Huff and her daughter were driving homo when, near Lyonla, the horse became frightened at an object In tho road, running uway and overturning the buggy. Mrs. Huff was thrown agalust a rock, breaking her neck, but the child escaped without serious Injury. . Mrs. Huff is survived by her mothSHOOTS WIDOW, SELF WHEN er, husband and four children. SHE REFUSES TO WED HIM WANTED. Now York. August 20. Angered Mixed Rags, J1.00 per 100 lbs.; Mixed Iron, 20c per 100 lbs.; Mixed because of her refusal to marry htm, Copper, Charles Heddy, a machinist, 20 years Paper, 20c per 100 lbs. Brass, Zinc and Rubber at market old. of Brooklyn, engaged MrB. Cath erine Gallagher of that boroughr a price. Corn at SGc bushel. widow ot less than ten u. s, In an D. L. D. SANDEFUR, argument on tho street and shot her Ky, Beaver Dam, 3t3 timt'-keepinld In County Court. :'z recently qualified as administrator of the estate of Martha Jackson, Tenn., Aug. 21. Eight C., and J. B. Rowan, deceased. B. H. Stewart qualified on August workmen were killed and sixteen Injured here today when three boilers 19th as guardian of W. C. Daughef' at the plant of the Harlan Morris ty. v' : Company exStave Manufacturing FORDSV1LLE ITEMS. " ploded, wrecking the building and Aug. 24. Pascel Ratcliff, of Nash-- , scattering debries over a radius ot several yards. It is believed that all ville, Tenn., is visiting friends and The relatives in town this week. of the injured will recover. Bertie Barnett returned Saturday cause of the explosion had not been tonight. Officials of the from an extended visit to her sister determined company stated late today that all in Illinois. Mrs. Rex. O'Flynn and children of the persons in the building at the are the guests of relatives In Owenstime had been accounted for. boro and Utlca for several days. a Prof. F. T. Shultz and wife havo DAM DEPARTMENT REAVER returned from an extended visit to Aug. 23. Misses Bts and Anna Mrs. Shultz's parents at Trenton. Alford returned Sunday from an ex- Prof. Shultz will leave for Madlson-vlll- e with their sister, Mrs. tended visit In a few days, where he has Charlie Williams, and Mr. Williams been elected principal of the high at their home In Stone, Ky. school. We regret very much to Taylor, of lose Prof. Shultz, as he has been In Mr. Hugh Edward Crowley, La., Is visiting his grand-- , the school here for several years and father, Mr. George Barnes, and other has won the love of both child ami parent. We wish him much bounded relatives. Miss Geneva Taylor entertained a success Jn his new field of labor. few of her friends Monday evening Leonard Young has returned from at her home. Those present were: Bethany, 111., where he lins been at JHsses Geneva Taylor, Myrl Miller, work this summer. Bess Alford and Nell Bir; Messrs. The party given at Asa Brown's G. V. Van Eaton, Hugh Edward Tay- last night in honor of Fred Smith lor, Lyman Taylor and Charlie Green-wel- l. from Monett, Mo,, was largely attended and all report a good time. Mtea KTll nlr Tfltiirnnd trlrlnv Mr. Mike Jones, wife and. little from a vlsit to her sister, Mrs. Ben son, r.' Jackson, Ky.; Mrs. Simmons, Slater, and Mr. Slater at their homo of Cloverport, were the guest of in Colorado. Mrs. Laura Felix WoSnesday and Mrs. Katherlno Watts Clark.Grand Thursday. Worthy Matron of Kentucky, spent Little Jessie Fisher, ot Rockvalo, Tuesday and Wednesday In this city Is the guest ot his aunt, Mrs. E. P.' and was present at a special meet- Rogers. ing of the Eastern Star Chapter Tuesday evening. There were quite RECEIVES PACKAGE MAILED 30 VEARS AGO a few visitors from neighboring chapters and two from other states. Charleston, W.. Va Aug. 22. Mr. Claren Flener, of Cromwell, was tho guest of his sister, Mrs. Mor- James C, Matthews, whllo a resident gan James, and Mr. James last Sat- of Tarboro, N. C, In 1880, ordered two drum heads from a Now York urday and Sunday. At the time, Miss Elite Mulhall has resumed musical supply concern. her position In tho olflce of tho Baver ho was a member of a minstrel company and when tho supplies did not Coal Co., at Tuylor Mines. Messrs. Hubert Stanley and EllH reach him at Tarboro, he loft instrucThe Rqmmago loft Sunday on a business tions for them to bo forwarded. package containing tho drum heads trip to Detroit, Mich. Mesdames. Ernest Taylor and Joe wus received by mall by him hero Williams returned Sunday from a yesterday encased In the original visit to relatives at Whltesvlllo and wrapper. Tho postmark showed It had been mailed shortly after the orOwensboro. Mrs. Georgo Neal returnod der was sent, but there was nothing Mr. and Sunday to their homo In Loulsvlllo, to indicate where It had been ' that after a visit with Mrs. Neal's sister, time. BOILERS EXPLODE; EIGHT KILLED; SIXTEEN HURT W. R. Carson Y CAMPAIGN COMMENTS. EMINENT FAIR DIRECTORS Mat t ' S. Cohen and W. J. Gooch Arc Arranging Features of Interest and Vital Importance Which Promise to Make the Coming Fair the Greatest Event in the History of the State. w (J. H. Thomas.) It makes tho aspirations of tho humblest "deserving Democrats," respectable to note the President has Just appointed a horse doctor nt the head of the Scientific Qocdctic Sur-vy. A leading Democratic newspaper says if Gov. Stanley mnkes any p jb BP Ih V lm Will 1 speeches in this campaign he should make them outside of Kentucky, y feeling Is very strong among the Democrats In the dry sections of the State, and it is probable Stanley makes tiny speeches If In Kentucky he will be allowed to speak only In the whiskey towns. Ollle James Is nn example of bow noise and avourdupolsc may be mnde a political nsset. Given a low stature, a lean figure and weak lungs. Ollle would have been unknown to Anti-Stanle- ir. occupied rather nn anomnlous position; ho wns neither nn officer nor a sailor, but he had to perform most n of tho duties of both. Admiral says: "Ashore or afloat, we mndo our own beds or lashed our own hammocks, swept our rooms, tended our clothes and blacked our boots; our drills were thoao of tho mon before the mast, nt sails and guns; all parts of a sentnnn's work, except cleaning the ship, wero required and willingly done." Hardships had to bo encountered, and It is not certain that the officers did not permit somo that wero rather unnecessary, that tho youngsters might be weaned from luxuries and taught endurance. Thero Is a story told of a midshipman of the old time who approached Conuuodoro Thomas Ap Catesby Jones and ventured humbly to remark that the quarters In the steerage were uncomMa-lin- HOTEL Professional Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession la UiU and adjoining counties. Commercial and Criminal Practice a Specialty. T WAIlKHTHATTON CromwHI, Ky P0WMM fWASllINGTO! D.C. :L Or AMERICAN liit. ottoo ma mm llnrtfiird, Ky, ln'a'cltjr where food hottli abound, "" thaJPowhaunJieiaa the countrymen.- - 'It loijt irfint-fnjtfirbirU- , I STRATT0N & MARTIN Attornoys at Law CROMWELL, - KY. Will practice their profession In tali and djolnlng counties. Collections. Commercial and Criminal Practice Prompt and vlgoroui (Specialty. service- - Notary In offico. f.me. If it fortable. "Uncomfortable, sirl Uncomfortable!" thundered the grim old warHughes must have digged deep Into "Why, what blanked fool evthe ribs of tho Democratic news-- 1 rior. er joined the navy for comfort?" apers. The Youth's Comnpuion. A "billion dollar Congress" was n Is the lilt dog tljnt howls, Mr. K 'saw Photos by Cuslck. Mat S. Cohen (Upper). W. J. Gooch (Lower), OMIKANT in the preparation! unrivaled breeding point, pis experifor and operation of the Kcn-- I ence in stock raising and agriculture MM tucky State Fair are two will stand him In good stead as host ofllcials, 'the Commissioner of at large to the State at the Kentucky .Agriculture and the State Fair Secre- State Fair and his grace of manner, tary. Both are vital to the Importance brilliance of Intellect and personal and welfare of tho great agricultural magnetism will make him ideal in that which capacity. celebration and industrial Record of Gooch. for thel eerves as a clearing-housIn W. J. Gooch the public will year's accomplishment throughout the State, and both should possess gifts meet a personality embodying all the beyond the ordinary measure. And it ideals and traditions of Kentucky as to Is fortunate, indeed, to Kentucky at statcltncss of physique, suavity of large that both offices are filled this manner and courtliness of bearing. year with men who give promise of, In his hands the reins of State Fair being Ideally suited to guide the four- government are happily placed, Ml". teenth annual Kentucky State Fair to Gooch being an executive par excellence and a man trained by years of be bold in Louisville, September to a success which will be a revel- experience in handling big commercial Mr. Gooch and political interests. ation to the State at large. was, for three terms, a member of the Cohen's Standing. Kentucky Legislature and served in Madison Sandldge Cohen, the newly ' 1908 as Speaker of the House, presidelected Commissioner of Agriculture, ing over the daily joint sessions of the Jabor and Statistics, better and more Senate and House during the membriefly known as .Mat. S. Cohen, is a orable deadlock In the Beckham-Bradlenewcomer to politics, but bis whirlcontest for the U. S. Senate. To wind victory in the November elec- his high honor be It said that he was tions typifies the man. Prior to his! elected unanimously and his record jntry Jn the political arena he was a stands without a flaw and as a boast recognized authority as a horseman to his party. Governor Stanley's and stock raiser, lecturing at Ken- personal knowledge of and friendship tucky State College, Missouri State for Mr. Gooch led to his requesting College and Kansas City State College the latter to take charge of the great and writing and publishing volumes enterprise so Important to the combearing on the subject dear to the monwealth and the people of the State ieart of every Kentuckian and impor- may anticipate one of tho most briltant to the commercial welfare and liant, successful and enjoyable Fair world-wid- e prestige of the State as an celebrations ever given in Kentucky. IJ e 11-1- 6 Democratic campaign slogan only n few years ago. Now what of the billion, seven hundred millions of the people's money appropriated by ythc present Congress. The Democratic press insists that great Judges do not make efficient Well, our experiences executives. with college professors has been so far a little disappointing. Our position on the Wall Street election bets is somewhat nnalngous to that of the old preacher on sailor cussing. In the midst of n storm at sea the preacher went on deck to Investigate the danger. The Captain assured him the sailors knew the perils of the sea, and that there was no danger as long as the sailors kept cussing. Returning to his state room his wife asked him what assurances. Poking his head out at the door and listening, he solemnly "Thnnk God, the sailors are still cussing." ' Now we re opposed to gambling but we thank God Wall Street is still betting two ' to one on Hughes. Democratic party cannot esTho cape the damning fact that the Un- ' derwood Jarlff law neither produced sufficient revenue to run the government nor reduced the high cost of ' living. j It is predldted that the largest crowd thatever heard n public speaker in Kentucky will greet candidate Hughes at Lexington September 5. State Republican Campaign Managers cordially Invite every Republican in the State to visit them at I Wan Too Iiute Then. In the days of his. youth, Senator Blackburn of Kentucky was naked by a friend to second n duel. He consented, and at sunrise the parties met. It wns Mr. Blackburn's duty to say the last word concerning' the terms of the duel. One of tho Senator's colleagues recently said nt a Washington dinner that, faithfully perMr. Blackburn formed the duty, the duel never took place. A murmur of "Why not?" went al-t- Hie Towlialan n refined, and reitful. Its excellent location on Pennsylvania Avenue, 18th and II Streets, makci it a desirable headquarters for bridal couples, tourist parties, conventions, Schools and colleges.' i The Powhatan attracts "the people of culture and education. Its proximity to State, War and Navy Departments, alio to man? of points interest, historical 'makes this hold especially attractive to a discriminating pub-lie- f4 with detached bath at SI.S0, $2.00 and up. Rooms vrith private bath, J2.50, $1.00 and up.' "Write for bootlet wftri mjp, CLIFFORD M. LEWIS .Manager, The 'OlmORXE Beaver Dam, Ky. Highway and Drainage Design. " DR. Powhatan' offers room HART VETRRINARY SURGEON IMUVEIt DAM, KV. James Tajlor's I.liery Barn. ' 0. E. ;ei..;iii)iti)iiiM.tnw7777ii,L'i m Ofllrc t"V. around the table at this remark. "For a very simple reason," continued Mr. Blackburn's colleague. "When Joe finished speaking It was too dark for a duel." Chicago News. Docs Sloan's Liniment Help Itliciima- tlMIJ? f JL r " HUME z v uicoauiiiri.oriio it. vveowaun paTrisiTn ur THAT PAY, B.leit.oUimUwnutiij,at eipen. on and TRADE-MARK- S promjtl obtained la M 1 I ' or 61 irodeL tJiOto ro sketch )Hif iUnublIlt. aaa lie ip nook m B03-B0- B Sovonth U. c. nnaninuron, Strost, for TRCC report praetlr. RCFCr CNCCS. For free Guide ITonutil litems write to jui w miccm. Ask tho man who uses It, he knows. "To think I suffered all these years when one 25 cent bottle of Sloan's Liniment cured me," writes If you have one grateful user. Rheumatism or suffer from Neuralgia, Backache, Soreness and Stiffness, don't put off getting a bottle of Sloan's. It will give you such welcome relief. It warms and soothes tho sore, stiff painful places and you feel so much better. Buy It at any 1 Drug Store, only 25 cents. Do You Know I y When floor of the Seelbach Hotel. In Louisville, drop In to see them. They will find tlmo to talk to you. Following their accustomed policy of appealing to voter's belly rather than to his brains the Democratic 'managers are preparing a burgoo dinner for their campaign opening at Winchester. their headquarters on the That Of sponges, tho largest ever found It came from the Medlteranean. fourth was more than three feel across and I GUARANTEED SERVICE One hundred per cent value. Special work for W. O. W. W. F. STEVENS, Hartford, Ky. R. F. D. 7. Representing Continental Marble & Granite Co. ' jtrsk WILL YOU TAKE OUR JfcSf GERMINAL REMEDY A Trealnenl WEAK 8K.mA'59 rWlsssssBV tMMHssnallHA SS KssV . (Of "VI LUNGS or CONSUMPTION ten feet In circumference. It is a moot point as to whether the kangaroo can cover a given distance in quicker time than an os- FORreliefONE MONTH fE very Woman Wanto) A quick pains for thit tired, sweats, feellnc, bemor in chest, nlcht coughs, ihsres, weak lungs or consumption. set help yo it cosls yo nothlaf. OHIO MEDICAL GO. II II doe g "ioTJ'S Kentucky State Fair Provides for Boys' Pig Clubs in An Elaborate Manner In the early part of the Nineteenth Century more than two hundred offenses were punishable with death in England. The longest river In Japan is tho Tone, its main course being about Coal Famine In Uruguay. Uruguayan railroads have been two hundred miles long. There are at present more than forced to burn oil, because of the coal famine caused by the closing of fifteen hundred Esperanto societies tho Welsh markets and the inabili- In the world. o ty to get ships to carry coal from the United States. Tho Uruguayan del N,orte is the first to FOR FLETCHER'S complete tho refitting of Us locomotives, several oil burners having been put into service this week. Fer-rocrf- trich. FJf A healing wonder for nasal catarrh, aoro throat and sore eyes. Economical. FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE Dissolved In water for douche atop pelvic catarrh, ulceration and Inflammation. Recommended by Lydia E. Pinkham Med. Co. for ten years. eiosomuury cleaaung and itnwaJal n tlrecciiu, w woierrt rn.ll. TlLFaltonToZftCouE B1' lllkSlsslHrWIaiH HI I el KILL. Und e CURE the LUNCS COUCH nu 3c rwee. with Dr. King's New Qsc.OGvary ., IJWD ALL THROAT ANDLUNGTR0UDLE5 I rTTATt A TJTVRT S ATTS-R-. ... - w ,. .iMfi&L-wss ovsn oc YCAns EXPERIENCE Children Cry OASTO Rl A cm MONES- KEFUNUED. - -- loSvt n rflktVMrw.vEv Clear Skin Comes From Within. Many Counties' to be Represented Boys to be Given Free It is foolish to think you can gain Trips to the Great Fair. u a good clear complexion by the use v- . 1915 a boys' pig club was INIntroduced into Kentucky. Thirteen counties were organized & --'- - .. under the leadership of their county agents and 649 boys became members. Local shows were hold and the winning boy from each county received a free trip to tho Farmor Boys' Encampment at tho State Fair. Sixteen boys wero given this trip and eighteen pigs wero exhibited. This was tho first state pig club show In Kentucky. Although the exhibit was email, the Interest was so great and tho showing so good that the pig club .hae become one of tho most popular and beneficial boys' clubs In Farm Demonstration Work. From this small beginning the boys' pig club has spread to 40 counties with a membership of 1,250 boys In a single year. Bankers, business men and to the exfarmers have tent of placing over $5,000.00 worth of pure bred hogs in the hands of these boyfc. The state agent and county agents in organizing, holding meetings, securing registered pigs, visiting members, and Instructing tbem along the proper lines of animal husbandry. The 1916 pig club smarted May 15th. Each boy had a gilt between two and tour months of ugo, und most of them eecurcd registered pigs. Hccord books were furnished tho boys und the jilgs were weighed and ear tagged by tho county agent at tho beginning of the contest. Local Shows First. It Is contemplated that a local show be held In each of tho countlos organized, at which' numerous prizes will bo Blven. The first prize In each county 111 be a freo trip to tho Farmer Bos' of face powder. Get at the root of Encampment, given by the State Fair the trouble and thoroughly cleanse and College of Agriculture, to the boy the system with a treatment of Dr King's New Life Pills. Gentle and making tho best showing ns follows: (a) Best hog with respect to purmild In action, do not grlpo, yet they pose for which it was raised.. 40 relieve the liver by their action on (b) Greatest dally pains isft the bowels. Good for young, adults FARM LANDS and City Residences (c) Cheapest cost of production... 25; aro now selling at a low cost, (d) Best kept record book 20 and aged. Go after a clear complexbut don't expect it to bo so al1 ion today. 25c at your druggist. 100'. ways. If you ever expect to own Not only will the winning boy be your farm or your homo now Is Old Days in Tho Xavy. given a free trip to tho fair, but negotiations are now under way whereby the time to buy. After eight months of continuous tho best two pigs from each county routine and classroom work, says WE HAVE several farms listed in will be sent to the fair free. Already Mr. Carroll Storrs' Alden in "Georgo Ohio county and they can be one of tho largest railroads in Ken- Hamilton Perkins, Commodore U. S. had for reasonablo prices and tucky has granted freo transportation sumto and from tho fair for the best two N.," tho midshipmen hailed tho liberal terms. If we do not pigs In counties having pig clubs mer practlco cruise on the sloop of have tho particular farm you dewar Preble as a welcome relief. The along Its lines. sire we will make efforts to get prospect was doubly attractive to Free Entrance Fee. it for you. yet The Kentucky State Fair has thoso who had never traveled, IF YOU want to move to Hartford realized the educational valuo of an who looked on the sea as their where our children will havo tho element. There was much exhibit from those boys and to that end advantage of a good high school unroinatic about have opened their doors wide, allow. that was qulto notify us. Wo havo houses and Ing each pig club exhibitor free en- thoso cruises, however. Tho food lots for sale and believe you can trance, free pens and a distinct was tho regular navy ration, and so and separate department, at the same poor In quality that the midshipmen select ono from our list to your tlmo giving them the privilege to wero liking. Since thoy had exhibit In the breeders classes. Oyer almost no spending money, it was WE HAVE a comfortable homo In $150.00 in prizes has been given by Hartford, modern Improvements record associations, business mon and not uncommon, when they touched farmers. Last jear one boy defeated a nt forolgn ports, for them to sell arand a good garden In cultivas, ring of twenty-fou- r ticles of clothing, or oven their choice pigs. tion for salo or rent. Place It to buy something to eat. Tho results of tho pig club have rents for $10 a mouth. been widespread; hundreds of farmors took tlmo to edjust themselves to have changed tliolr feeding methods; sleeping In a hammock, compared pure bred hogs have been taken Into with tho hardest bed at tho Academy Call on or address countlos whoro they were not known; was a luxury. But If tho midshipcommunity breeding has resulted In for their hammocks six or seven counties; boys aro becom- men's affection BARNETT was lukewarm during tho first days TINSLEY ing Interested In the farm; greater of tho cruise, it grow very rapidly Interest Ib being centered on the Ileal Estate Agents, swlno Industry of Kentucky and this when thoy wero summoned at midcoming Soptomber 11 to 16, 1916, the night or at four In the morning to Kentucky. greatest hog show in tho history of climb the ratlines and reef a sail the Kentucky State Fair is predicted. whllo the ship was pitching and all Republican Office. was cold and dark. Tho midshipman Real Trade Marks Designs Estate! .C0PVRIGHT3 Ac. nrtlnij I'll etch ni:d nocrlptlnn inT qulr lr usr r(n ti mr CPl! I I frcc-- w oilier au IliTCatloti in j TMUPiitjiliio. C immuiilcn. 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I Hartford, I FOR KIDNY,L.VERA!ND STOMACH TROUBLE it is tho b6t madiclne ever sold nvnp n AriirwrJii'ts (vwtnl.r POPULAR MECHANICS MAGAZINE Department (20 I'iem) contain Urman to do thing urnuud the Home. Amateur Mechanlce (17 l'aaee) for tlio Bora and pirlswhollktowkeUlng.iellihowtomskeVlrtt Ita aud '.ifriuvraiin uuiuiH, r.ufiine. liouta. Haow hove. Jewelrr. Kratd Furniture, etc OouWIna lu tructloiu for the Mocluulc, (lumper no J BiorUuiuu fl.SO PER YCAK 8IN0LK COPICS, XBc freer nm seer eeeeeeelM er eirett Irew tie awl awnpia copy win be sent an ntuuk u no. MHjtfoan Mvenue. wniCAUU Written So You Can Understand It rue Shop Notwa vn'rnvTniYrflnnTn'iiffniri""nTTirnssi HHNHMHMHHM1 Yc Warm and molHt or rainy weather (3 esporlally favorable to tho spread nud development of nnthracnoso, and for this reason It was moro provn- lent than usual last season. The Josso IIoith on Pasture. .,. ,.r nn,u i. -- ,i,,o,i swero particularly severe In some Jally by tbo use of pasture and for - ,,ll8trlct8 wl,cro nielons are grown on nuo crops, but It Is deslrablo to feed a lar" cuio ior cunoau smpnienis. grain or other concentrated feed In Here's u Cheap Kcl Crop. III nntnn nno.llnnn nf tint mlilltlnti Last season a farmer realized about country whero pastures nro' luxuriant, maturo hoes nro mulntnlncd In an tho first of August thnt he was gonpparontly satisfactory condition on ing to bo short of feed for tho win pasture nlone. This practice should ter. He couldn't see where ho was not bo followed, however, In the case going to be ablo to buy feed cither, of young, Krowlng pigs, becauso they and was Just getting a nice start In will become thin In flesh and stunt cattlo that ho didn't want to sell. Ho figured that thero was tlmo ed If compelled to llvo on pasture enough to raise feed, so ho disked a alone. Hog rnlsers differ widely regard- piece of oat stubble up, after n rain, ing the quantity of grain that should and swept a mlxturo of all kinds of bo fed to liogs while on pasture. Sotno grain out of his granary, with which feeders give them nit they wilt con- the laud was sowed. Tho crop went succotash a few betsume. Others feed a ration equal In addition to corn to about 2 to 3 per cent of tho llvo ter as a mixture. weight of tho hog. Still others will nnd soy beans, thtfre were peas, oats allow pigs to run on pasturo and millet nnd rye. Ilut it grow well feed them a 1 per cent gain ration. nnd mndo several loads of fine feed. Maybe some one who reads this There Is no fixed rule governing the supplementary grain ration which would like to try tho same thing. should bo fed In combination with Globe Democrat. forage. The amount of grain fed HejiMocil FurnlsIicH Potiisli. depends upon tho kind of pasture usSomo thousands of farmers along ed, the price of grain, and tho markthe shores of tho Gulf of StT Lawrence et. Pasture forage haS a varlnble com- nnd the Atlantic Coast, need not position. Alfalfa, clover, vetch, and shed any tears over their Inability to peas furnish feed much richer In pro- obtain commercial potash, when they Where can get plenty of kelp along the sea tein thnn most other crops. o shore for the labor of gathering It. JHiogs nro feeding on leguminous This mixed seaweed which wo get Icbb concentrated they require consists mainly of kelp, but Includes teed than when grazing upon ns timothy, rockweed nnd moss. It Is a most pasture such orchard grass, Bermuda, or blue-sras- s. valuable manure. Tho dry matter of In tho early stuges of growth kelp Is as valuable, pound for pound, the cereals, may bo classed as nitro- as kalnlt. Tho wet, fresh kelp, at genous forages. A farmer mny have present prices of potash, Is worth more hogs than his pasturo will ac- $15. 50 yer ton. commodate. When this is tho case, Feed the Colt Well, tho pasture will last longor If a full Skimping tho colt's feed is an easy Tho more grain grain ration Is fed. a hog consumes, the less forago ho method of throwing away money, especially when the price of draft will eat. seaWhen grain Is high, It Is rather horses Is growing higher each son," says J. S. Cogey of the animal feed a supplemental oxpenslvo to grain ration. At such times there husbandry department, Ohio State Prof. Coffee points out Is a great temptation to place tho University. liogs upon pasture alone. This that the feed and the care a colt gets practice will hardly evor pay, for It during the first year and a half of generally takes' more grain and ruoro its life determines what it wilt be at to time to finish off tho hogs than If they maturity. "Encourage the colt liad been fed a liberal ration while eat early, preferably feeding crushed oats and bran In equal parts. Let the on pasture. as The amount of grain used will al- colt havo alfalfa and clover hay depend upon tho length of tlmo soon as he will eat It. Maximum so fully retho feeder has In which to fit tho growth stunted early never hogs for market. Hogs that are covers." marketed from 10 to 12 months old Is Your Milk Dirty? aro usually maintained on pasturo The Chicago Department of Health alone during the grazing season. If any grain Is given at all It Is very suggests u simple home test for dir light. In this way tho greater per- ty milk. A perfectly clean funnel centage of growth Is mndo from the is used with a small piece of clean cheaply grown forage. Whero rap- wire netting fitted in the neck openid finishing Is desired, the liberal ing nnd a thin layer of clean cotton batting on tho wire netting. Stand use of grain Is Important. tho funnol in a largo glass fruit Jar and filter a quart or more of tho milk A New Sllngo Corn. One of tho outstanding features of through tho cotton. Remove the o cotton and placo on a cloan white tho EI Paso (Tex.) Chamber of tho International card to dry. This will Bhow all eviexhibit at Soil Products Exposition, wna a dis- dences of dirt In tho milk. play of Coahullcna corn, grown In Alfalfugrnins. tho Illo Grundo Valley near Pass City Cast your alfalfa before swine.and by T. Davis Porcher. Coahullcna corn takes Its namo your wife can wear pearls. To rejuvenate a tired soil or sub-du- o from the Mexican State of Coahulla, a hard, dry, stubborn soil shoot Its habitat. It grows thero from 10 In height, producing from it full of alfalfa roots. o 15 feet No other farms change hands less Tine to three ears to tho stalk. Tho Introduced Into tbo United frequently than those having well set seed was States by a wealthy Mexican refugee alfalfa fields. ' To say that any fool can. grow allast spring. Only n limited quantityy 120-dafalfa" Is misleading, but with decent of seed wns available. This is corn, and was drilled in rows treatment uner ordinary favorably goo I HYj feot apart aud about 15 Inches condition.. a:llfn is bringing tho row. In its now sur- fortune to Ihdsands of. thoso who apart in roundings Coahullena corn grows know it best and who, in their dealintelligence. from 18 to 25 feet In height, which ings with it, uso a fair Tho progenitors of our raco In far is accounted1 for by tho deop, fertllo soil of tho Illo Grande Valley, form- mlddlo Asia deponded upon alfalfa as a forage. ed by deposits of alluvial silt, It was In alfalfa pasture that the Secretary Fraser of tho Chamber healof Commorco of El Paso, and Farm grazing Nebuchadnozzor found A. G. Graham cut tho ing and restoration of his senses. Domonstrator Alfaira Is a glutton for lime. corn on tho Porcher ranch early In In former times when a farmer Septombcr when It was ninety days from tho seed nnd still In tho dough. and a mortgage got on a Kansas Graham says that Coahullena corn farm, tho man too often was the one will produco, conservatively, twenty-flv-o who had to leave, but slnco alfalfa get. tons of ensllngo to tho acre, nnd camo its tho mortgago that has to bo off. that tho yield of tho grain should It was but little moro than two denot less than thirty bushels. Tho grown with on- cades ago that Kansas City, lncred-ulqu- s corn in question was nnd in wonder, saw its first ly two Irrigations, and hns proven more molst-ur- o carload of alfalfa hay. Last year that it 'docs not requiro 12,131 cars wero rocoived and disthan other variotles. tributed there. F. D. Coburn in Farm Lifo. Watermelons Havo Antliracnoo. in variou3 Watermolon growers "VINKOAH MKES." sections of tho country frequently 'which suffer loss from a dlseaso AgntiiHt blights tho follago and spots tho fruit. Housewives Warned Alleged to Mulco Vinegar, with irreguTho leaves nro covered Deer, Wine, ami u Kidney Cure. lar, dark, dead spots, and may dlo ripo. Tho betoro tho melons aro Tho department Is receiving many troublo dovolops on tho fruit In tho Inquiries regarding" a substance of- sunic and later form of water-soake- d spots of varying sizo, which como.fored tor saio for making vinegar or en tho names to havo a pink centor mado up of alcoholic beverages under "Aus- of the fungus spores. As the "Vinegar Bees," "Beer Bees," nmBses trnllan Bees," "California Bees," melons dlseaso progresses tho and is "African Bees," and varlouB other This is anthracnoso, Thoso names aro be fungus rolat-..- .i designations. caused by a parasitic u,h(nii nrniiura the annlo ing applied, apparently, to a klud of ii. which, as far bitter rot and pod spot of bean. The, wild yeast or ferment fungus causing watermelon anthrac- - asan bo learned, was originated by Teunoseo ajid nose attacks cucumbers, cantaloupes ( the mountaineers of squashes, but probably not. as Kentucky, and crops. Tho primitive process for 'making a rule,' any o'tuor cultivated FARM DEPARTMENT n-- i. ,!. I J , pas-tur- wero proved sound, and somo othors woro discredited by the hens. They almost all showed a decided preference for wheat, which Is very generally used as a poultry feed. Kafir stood next In popularity, followed bv corn and corn meat, but oats and ferment. Tho recent Inquiries scorn to have sunflowers wero not eaten as much been stimulated by enterprising In- na many people would have expected, dividuals and firms for advertisers probably becauso the hen Is not ablo a. make extravagant claims for tho pro- to digest much food containing duct nnd ask a fancy price for it high percentage of crude fiber. The which, the yeast specialists of tho hens that did eat sunflower seed were department say, Is out of all propor- seen cracking them and eating only tion to its original cost or to Its ac- the softer portions Inside, possibly tual worth. In some of tho adver- because they wanted to get rid of the the crude fiber In the shell. tisements which have reached Bran Is often used In poultry feeddepartment the sellers assert that the Bubstanco when mixed with water ing, but tho hens in this test which and molasses or sugar will produce could get other feed almost always beer or wine. Other promoters go choose it Instead of bran. Alfalfa so far as to say that tho fermented leaves were tried, but not eaten to 'mixture id beneficial In tho treatment any great extent. Animal food of some kind, such as of rheumatism and kidney trouble, claims which have no foundation In the beef scrap or sour milk, Is generally regarded as very necessary for fnct. In the opinion of the department's laying hens, but most of the hens In specialists, a product made by catch- this test did not eat much more beef ing yeast nnd bacteria Indiscriminate- scrap while laying than, while not ly from tho air may very well con- laying. Two actually ate moro of tain harmful as well as desirable or- it when they wero not laying. Other tests at tho Missouri Station ganisms, nnd the specialists state that great care should bo exorcised havo shown that the uso of cither In both tho preparation and tho use beef scrap or sour milk makes tho of such n product. In their Judg- lien's egg' record at least twico as ment, "bee3" Is not ns well suited j good as though she were fed no anfor producing alcoholic fermentation imal feed whatever, and that sour as Is the ordinary .yeast cake, and milk is slightly better than beef scrap they cannot recommend It at all for for this purpose, in addition to bemaking vinegar. U. S. Agricultural ing cheaper and easier to get on most farms. Bulletin. ment so produced was employed locally in making a sort of vlnegnr or certain alcoholic solutions, by adding it to a mixture of water and cither brown sugar or molasses, which then was followed to work or ( , bees" was to expose to tho air a mix- how to select the food that will help ture of corn meal and molasses until her most In laying eggs and keep her It becamo Impregnated with wild In the best of condition. Some old yeast and other bacteria. Tho fer- ideas with regard to poultry feeding It Always Helps says Mrs. Syivania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., to writing of her experience wftli Cardui, the woman's tonic. Siie says further: "Before I began to use Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able to do any of my housework. After takine three bottles of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill. I wish every suffering woman would give I i j CARDUI The Woman's Tonic I n trial. and it always does me good." ut still use Cardui when I feel a' little bad, Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, tired, worn-ofeelings, etc., are sure signs of womanly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's tonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty years. Get a Bottle Today! 1(U Com-merc- i Feed Grain to Weaned Calves. Garden Plots and Patriotism. Calves are usually fed whole milk Wo farmer's, as a rule, aro not a class of men who can boast of bank for two to three weeks, then grad- accounts upon which we might draw lually changed to skim milk. About to purchaso American Hags, so our the time of changing, begin to feed full of life and action, filled with the patriotism must manifest Itself in a little grain, but do not think that fire of fine inspiration and followed some other form. One of my patriot- it is necessary to use oil meal or any by 250 short stories of adventure, d feed, high in proby the way, has be- other ic neighbors, I .111 T7l come so enthused over the matter tein, or fat, or both. Experience of preparedness that he has laid shows that a mixture of two parts of out his small farm to resemble Old corn and one part of oats, by weight, beets gives as good results as oil meal and Glory, seven rows of red-to- p calf meals often purrepresenting tho gory stripes, with ready-mixe- d o t chased at much higher prices. Bran six rows of white turnips alternated Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' PageJ between them. On one corner of the is not especially good for the young The Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles of plot six rows of cabbage heads indi- calf because it Is too laxative. Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best cate the 4S stars of the Union Jack grain mixture shuold be fed imme minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone and on the fence post at the upper diately after the milk and neither corner of this American flag sits a should be fed too liberally or scours iiiuieiiume. i nereis no age limit to enthusiasm for The Three Current Issues Free stuffed henhawk with spread wings may result. Youth's Companion. resembling the American eagle. This If you do not know THE COMPANION let us tend you Three Current Issue Ho has ar- Will My Child Take Dr. King's New is not all. No, indeed! FREE. Inclose this Coupon with your 52 Times a Year Discovery? ranged a set of bugle calls for the request. not 12. begin at tho dinner horn which This best answer Is Dr. King's New Those who subscribe now. sending: $2 for the 52 issues of THE COMPANION hour of reveille and at which every Discovery Itself. Its a pleasant sweet More good reading than you will for 1915, will receire The Companion get in any of tne monthly member of his patriotic household syrup, easy to1 take. It contains the Home Calendar FREE. magazines. tumbles out. Military salutes havo medicines which years of experience placo of "Good mornln i have proven best for Coughs and SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE taken the Hanks," and l Colds. Those who have used Dr. THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN AND YOUTH'S COMPANION, BOTH Sals" and "Hod-d- o other unpatriotic expressions of King's New Discovery longest are its ONE YEAR FOR ONLY $2.75. Zlm In Cartoons Magazine. best friends. Besides every bottle is guaranteed. If you don't get satls- Tests Show Foods Preferred By Hens j faction you get your money back, Perhaps the best way to find out j Buy a bottle, use as directed. Keep what hons like is to ask the hens. At what is left for Cough and Cold in least, that was tho plan followed by surance. 1 -tho Missouri Agricultural Experiment ' Station in recent tests in which Scandalous. weighed amounts of various feeds $1.35 "So he's the black sheep of tho The Republican and Louisville Herald were placed before tho hens and what family is he?" Globe-Democr- at 1.75 they left of each kind of feed was "Yes, indeed, hy, he actually has The RErTBLicAN and St. Louis weighed back so It was possible to so little respect for himself that ho .... 1.60 The Republican and Home and Farm tell what kind of feed they had eat-o- n rides around in a last year's car." s what they had passed by. At and Inquirer 1.75 The Republican and the samo time a careful record was Miss Gushloy "How lovely it Is kept of the number of eggs laid by here! There is music in the very The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.50 each hen and her changes In weight. air! 3.50 The test seems to show that the Farmer Hayrick Yes. It's tho The xtEPUBucAN ana imuy uwensDoro inquirer hen knows better than many peoplo I. skeeters slngin'. Twice-a-Wee- k O'boro Messenger 1.75 The Republican and high-price- iReYOUTITS COMMON ll. Better Than Ever in 1915 cor-dlatlt- y. I OUR CLUBBING RATES. ro Don't Make Curiosity Telephone Calls "Because 2,000 Idle cartoshr feejeen la Bingham ton tsfced 'Central' where tbe fire was, an emergency call for an arabulaace waibcUup for neatly ISmlo utti and tbU delar resulteJ la tbe death of '. Pbrilctani wr that bad the ambulance been teemed ' lift might bate beta laved." at ooco Elmira AJcaflwr, 1.75 The Republican and Kentucky Farmer The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 1.50 The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 Address'all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. THE USELIV-VER-LA- X " the bounds possibility to answer promptly the mass of curiosity telephone calls that threaten to swamp our exchanges every time there is a IT is beyond NEW UNDER ANY SEWIN.G MACHINE OF QUALITY NOT SOLD For Lazy Liver and the Troubles oi Constipation. Pcelirlght all tho time. Don't lay off from work for days by taking calomel keeps yor whon pleasant on your feet, while rclievuigyourtroujb. le. Safer too, and easy to take Don't tako anything else. You can't afford sysv it Eliminates 'poisons, cleansesA nat tern and relieves constipation. ural remedy, natural in its actions, surd in its effect and certain in results. It won't bo long beforo Ut. VevLax will completely displaco calomel In evert home.; Children can take it freely an with perfbet safety. Every bottlo guar nnteed. 50c and $1 in bottles. Nona genuine without tho likeness and signa turo of L. K. Grigsby. For saio by J. H. WILLIAMS, - Hartford. Kr ax Sub-btnii- co large fire. Calls for physicians, the ambulance or the police, held up OTHER NAME. HOME "' at such times might result in the loss of human life. For your protection, as well as for the protection of your neighbors, we ask you not to CUMBERLAND call the telephone operator merely out of curiosity. After TELEPHONE & all, she has no more informa TELEGRAPH CO. tion than you have. Incorporated BOX 119, OWENSBORO, ky. , , WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. iryou purchase tho NEW 1IOMK you will havo a llfo asset at tho price you pay, and will not hare an cadlens chain of repairs. Y' 'lyi ttrsZZTl J' " ""1 IfSfiQuality Considered it h the Cheapest in the ml do-ca- y. CW to buy. orntrwniA --w.w 4 -Ant 1i. nat W.V-- V tiMfnm vnii tirirvliaLM w If you New vraut;aBovrlnff niachlue. wrlto tor, - J....VU, .lb) Hew Sew Madge Co., Oranp, Ha' Tor psirna In ttio back la Dr. UUm' sVuU-i'a- !. (ted Y LATEST WAR NEWS MnmL.17. North Men. Two Drltlsh light and Falcruiseir, the Nottlnghnm mouth, were sank Saturday In the North Sea by German submarines while the vessels were searching Tor the German high seas fleet, according to an official announcement Is; Ono Gerued by the Admiralty. man submarine was destroyed by the Ilrltlsh, while another was rammed and possibly sunk. board tho steamship Vasarl, of tho Lamport and Holt lino. Pickshcr, who Is Argentlno representative of tho Automatic Electric company.' York, said this Is tho coldest winter South America has had In years. "Owing to the price of coal, which is as high In Argentina as It Is In Italy, tho landlords hnve cut out tho steam In hotels and apartment houses. Only In tho two principal hoteU The vas- Is tho steam kept going." nrl brought 5G first cabin and 120 second-cabi- n passengers and 125 In tho third ctass. SLEUTHS UNEARTH BIG CONSPIRACY HECRET SERVICE AGENTS DISCOVER COUNTERFEITING PLOT IN NEW YORK CITY. Wanted! Men ultli teams to 0 through tlio country hit) lug Junk uuil selling to inc. Guaranteed to mako not lest than ?3.0I every tiny, WANTED! Junk of All Kinds Rags, Iron. Rubber Shoes. Rubber Tires, Metals, Paper, etc. A new enterprise in town. We pay highest cash price for everything. We also represent Louisville's sig- SEE ME AT ONCE. consplr acy to innnufneturo and circulate ?1, 000,000 of counterfeit silver certl- flcates and United States treasury notes was frustrated hero Wednesday by William J. Flynn, chief of tho Government Secret Service, and several assistants. Eight arrests were mado after raids on a house at Grant City, Statcn Island, nnd ono in East Ninth street, this city. A complete counterfeiting outfit was found, consisting of photographic apparatus, lithographic presses, electrotyplng, dtchlng. tools, paper and colored ink. An Ullct wine and liquor blending plant also was unearthed. Two of the men taken In custody wero operating this plant, it was alleged. According to the Secret Service men, the counterfeiters apparently were well supplied with money, their outfit alone having cost upward of A Now York, August 20. j. 3VE. ilDES In Nail Building, Hartford, gart, Chattanooga, naling apparatus. - Ky. Balonlki. Tho offensive In Salonlkl front Is developing In Inteno sity on tho battle lino from Lake Presha to Lake Dolran. Minor advances are claimed by both slde3. Bulgarian detachments have advanced toward tho Greek seaport of Kavnla. 150-mll- CHANGES IN GAME LAWS FOR STATE ANNOUNCED the Washington, Aug. 23. Kentucky sportsmen will have "nn oven break" with those of Indiana and Ohio In hunting wild fowl under the rovlsed Federal regulations governing migratory birds, as announced Tuesday by Tho the Secretary of Agriculture now regulations are: "An open season In Kentucky, Indiana and Ohio from September 16 to December 31 for coots, galllnules, jacksnlpe and wnter fowl, except swans and wood ducks. "An open season In Kentucky, Indiana and Ohio from September 1 to d and December 15 for golden plover and greater and lesser black-breaste- automobile Western Krant. On the western frorft the French continue to press t, forward In the neighborhood of GUARDS NEEDED. nnd Paris reports tho capture strongly-fortified wood between of a n On Tho Border Rut Will Soon that town and Maurepas. In tho Ha)s Raker. Verdun sector the Germans are fiercely counter attacking In an effort to Washington, Aug. 22. Belief of regain Fleury, the loss of which they the administration that tho national report the conoode. The British guard on the botder still Is serving repulse of German counter attacks yellow-legs.- " $2.,000. department orders a closed "Underground" Channel Utilized. tho definlto purpose of preventing The of and the capture ofa portion bandit raids, was evident today in season In Kentucky and Illinois for trenches north of BazentIn-le-P,etI- t. Tho scheme, the government agents answers sent by Secretary Baker to woodcock until October 1, 1916. said they were Informed, was to man- persons who had written suggesting Eastern Front. The Russians are ufacture the $1,000,000 In spurious that the troops be recalled. PLEASANT GROVE. apparently centering their efforts on bills, then destroy the plant before Tho Secretary referred to hardAug. 22. The meeting here at this attempting to dispose of the bogus the drive toward Kovel. Berlin adships caused guardsmen and their place Is progressing nicely. troops money. mits that Gen. Brusslloff's families by tho enforced stay at tho Mr. J. W. Moseley's tenent house Seventy photographic negatives of have crossed tho Stokhod, and Petro-gra- d necessary which was occupied by Mr. Austin genuine bills had been made and the border as a regrettable but says that the Russians have accompaniment of the service. He down Saturday Impressions transferred to gelatine burned pushed on beyond the river and cap- Basham, The cause of the and wax plates. Some of these, af- explained also that the training would 2 o'clocki tured a series of heights on the road about bo Invaluable In fitting tho men to act to Kovel. Fierce fighting continues fire Is supposed to have been from ter having been electroplated, had as a second line In war time. Mr. Basham and family been etched. Pieces of silk and huflue. on the crest of the Carpathians, the Secretary Baker's letters praised where the Russians are fighting were all away from homo when the man hair also were used In the pro- the spirit and efficiency of the men house burned and did not save any cess of making the counterfeits. within sight of the Hungarian plains. and promised that they should be reof the contents. Chief Flynn declared that tho turned "so soon as a restored state of Mr. S. II. Bennett's house and con ring-leadof the alleged conspiracy order on the border Justifies It." Tuesday. tents burned Sunday about 1:30 Is an expert and etchKouronnla. Newspapers In Berlin church. er. The work of fitting up the plant, were liutnanla will soon take o'clock, while theyAre Is all at forecast that SCOTTS DAUGHTER GAVE unknown. The cause of this it was said, began several months BLOOD TO SAVE CHILDREN sides wiUk the 'Entente Allies, and Born to Mr. and Mrs. Allen Mox-le- y ago. ultimatum that an Austro-tfernia- n August 14, a girl. Through a channel described as Now York, Aug. 16. Miss Houswill go forward to Rumania because Mr. Ed Dehaven and family visit- "underground" the secret service of-- - reported negotiations with Ruston Scott, daughter of MaJ. Gen. ed R. C. Carter and family Saturday men learned that a band of foreign- Hugh sia. L. Scott, chief of staff of the and Sunday. ers under Antonio Monteforti were United States army, was one of the Bel-tra- n Messrss. Wilbur Davisson and arranging something new In the coun- young women who gave her blood to Knlonlkl. Tho British and French Keene returned home Monday terfeiting line. right, have crossed advancing on the light infantile paralysis. from Alton, III. the counterfeiting Heretofore Miss Scott's action had been kept the Struma, pushing northward toMiss Lona Moxley was the guest plants have been captured through ward the Bulgarian frontier, in the night tracing the counterfeit money to its secret at her request. She was one of Miss Julia Shreve Saturday .Entente offensive opened Sunday. of the first to offer tho physicians at source. driving for Monastir, re- and Sunday. Serbians, Wlllard Parker Hospital blood for Mr. W. D. White, near Askin, died St. Louis Apents Called On. port the capture of first line Bulgartho making of scrum. Saturday and was burled Sunday at To make sure the conspirators Friends and members of her famian trenches. Trisler. He leaves quite a number would not know they were being fol- ily told her that If it should be known of relatives and friends to mourn his lowed secret service men were callthat she had volunteered to aid the Western Front. German counter death. ed from Chicago, St. Louis, Cincin- physicians the example might lead attacks at several points along the nati and other cities, and they fol to the bringing of many other perBritish lines have met with failure, Sale Notice. lowed every move of the suspected sons to tho hospital. Then Miss according to London. The Germans my moving to Because of men. They were with them when Scott consented to have auuuonce-men- t a poworful effort to rehnve made State, I will sell my Improved farm they paid for the presses, plates, pamade of her offering. capture Floury, in the Verdun sec- near Render, Ky., containing 30 tor, but Paris reports a complete re- acres, good dwelling, and all modern per and etching material, and rentold hotel building in Grant BORDER MILITIAMEN HAVi-- . pulse. Improvements, at a bargain. Also, ed the City. RECEIVED RUT $(l EACH colt, one cow, and one They said they watched Monteforti, Wednesday. farm Implements. Address a skilled pnotograpner anu eicuer, Aug. 22. Senator Washington, W.teni Front. The British have MAYHUGH BAIZE, work on the plates, and saw other Weeks received nn appeal from Masmade a further ndvanco between Mar- - 7t4p ' Ky. Render, men prepare the paper by pasting sachusetts constituents on behalf of tlnpulch and Bazentln, where they two thin sheets together, between some of the'State troops, on the Mex100 yards of German cupiured SoclalLits Nominate Ticket. Dis- which silk threads and hair had been ican border, who, It Is declared, have trenches. The Socialists of the Fourth currency pa- received only $6 each since they trict have nominated J. M. Shultz, a scattered, to imitate went to tU border, moro than two a heavy well known farmer of Simmons, to per. England. London claims It was said the printing of the months ago. blow against Germany on the sea. make the race at tho coming Novemcounterfeit bills was about to begin reports ber election for Congress. "I am Informed," says Senator The Biitlsh submarine 3 his men arriv- Weeks, "that enlisted men of the Gerhaving attacked an Mr. Shultz says his party Is the when Chief Flynn and man battleship, and tho submarine's political party which proposes to es ed In automobiles and made the raid. Massachusetts Light Artrtlery have Included Monteforti. received only $6 since they went to commander believes he sank it. tablish an Industrial ordor that will Their prisoners The plan was under development the border. I also am informed that poverty Impossible to exlst.and make more than a year, and several the same applies to- other MassachuSiilouiki. The Allies have captur- that the public collective ownership for exsetts, and somo of tho Pennsylvania west of the Var-d- of railroads and other big industries, men had been devoting their time ed a scries of heights clusively to that work. Elaborate troops. I shall take tho matter up be,-Iwill by River on tho Salonlkl front, says privately owned and printing with the War Department at onco." made public property, like tho as was the engraving a French War Office statement. On scheme tho project of floating the bring about an era of both wings advance detachments bills, Indian $5 and Buf- GIRL SWIMS 3a -1 MILES have fallen hack before the counter prosperity unparalelled In tho his- counterfeit falo $10, was moro Ingenious. IN 10 HOURS, 17 MINUTES tory of this nation. offensive of the Bulgarians. The leaders, It Is said, had arrangHo predicts a large vote for his ' party this fall and says oven If not ed for a practical underwriting of London, August 20. Miss Eileen Notlt-i" Wankruptcy. "by a group of twenty th and Leo, who swam thlrty-sl- x of the United elected n big Socialist vote will make their supply In tho District Court who wero to peddle middlemen, miles In the Thames River In States for the Western District of the other political parties lntroduco 45 cents on the dollar 10:17, Is said to have established a Kontncky. certain reform measures for the im- them out at to the men who would pass them to new world's record in In the matter of Flavlus Owen Ba- mediate benefit of tho peoplo which swimming for women. they wouldn't do If tho Socialist voto-- the public. ( ker, Bankrupt, In Bankruptcy. At least fifty negatives of Unltftd Miss Leo started at Teddiugton To the creditors of Flavlus Owen Is small. ranging from SI to $10, Lock nnd swnm to Wnpplng and then States bills, Baker, of Beaver Dam, in tho county wero found. Some had been trans back to Kow Brldgo. She finished of Ohio and .district aforesaid, bank- GERMANY'S CROP YIELDS wax platei, fresh. DECLARED EXCELLENT ferred to gelatin, then ARE rupt. and from that copper platos woro : Notice is hereby given that on the notes, She-- Needed Aid. Berlin, Aug. 23 (by wlroless to boing made for printing tho 2.2nd day of August, A. D. 19 1C, tho was found with etching - "See that man over there? Ho Is said Baker was duly adjudicated Sayvlllo). The Tugoblatt say3 that Monteforti on a $5 copper plate. a bombastic mutt, a g tools working meeting the favorable crop forecasts aro bankrupt, and that tho first excelnonentity, a false alarm, and an en- homo out fully and that of creditors will ho held at tho law For Sale. cumberanco of tho earth!" & Kirk lnv Hart6f all cereals aro being oblent .yields oliice of Woocfward FodGood 120 aero tarm on Rough "Would you mind writing all that ford, Kentucky, on tho Cth day of tained throughout Germany. plentiful. Tho potato IUvor, 3 miles west pt Hartford. CO down for mo?" C, at 1 p. m., at der also Is September A. D. 101 CO acres "Why, In tho world' which timo tho said creditors may crop, however, probably Is Inferior acrc3 In cultivation; other "He's my husband and I should appoint to that of last year, owing to tho ex- woodland. Improved. Apply, attend, prove their claims, TINSLEY & BARNETT, like to uso It on him some time." a trustee, examine tho bankrupt and cessive rains. Sugar production has Hartford, Ky. Brooklyn Citizen. transact such other business as may Increased. . a properly como before said meeting. For Sale. Southern Inventors. Petltlou ficd August 21st, 101C. DEUIHOIIIiAND SAFE HOME, A, 1C0 aero farm 4 mllos east of Tho following patents woro Just SAYS OVERSEAS AGENCY J. A. DEAN, Issued to Southern clients, reported Hartford, on tho bordor of tho oil Reforeo In Bankruptcy. dwelling, barn and othBerlin, Aug. 23 (by wlroless to by D. Swift & Co., patent lawyers, fields. Good Owonsboro, Ky., August 22, 191C. Young merchant sub- Washington, D. C, who will furnish er necessary outbuildings. Sayvlllo, N. Y.). Tho patent for ton cents orchard, strawberry bed and other marine Deutschland arrived at the copies of any Si AHOVK ZERO AND COAL ploaslng features. It bonds carry S10 A TON IN RUENO AIRES mouth of tho Weser on August 23, apleco to our readers. seat plko will bo near. Loulsvlllo, Inter-count- y C. Harmon, Kentucky. according to tho Overseas News See, or wrlto Tlnsley & Barnott, aldlng-gagAugust 20. With tho Agency. ew York, Tennessee F. L. Harmon, Nlota, Hartford, Ky., for further particutemporaturo at 25 degreos above zero ho agency saya that tho DeutschA. It, Hon-der- s, lars. of Au- automatic railway-switcresiland arrived on tho afternoon and coul Belling at MO a ton, W. 0. Memphis.- dents in Buenos Aires are suffering gust 23 and anchored boforo tho for - Army services is compulsory in on board Slaele. Memphis, Intensely, according to Theodore mouth of tho river. All g C. R. Tag- - Holland. machines; laHndry-UrylnJlS&fc. . RlckBhcr, who arrived here today on wero well. Gulll-cmonRe-turer photo-engraver E-2ar to-dapost-office, 1one-fourlong-distanbo-Inwind-jammer . -e. h; mop-holder; er Chilson. vending mnchlne; A. L. Copley, Glenalum, r, coal conveying mechanism; F. C. Elm Grovo, valve lifter; V. B. Thurmond, baby walker. Fel-uio- West Virginia. J. N. Fairmont, coin controlled Feathers. Roots and Herbs. ''Its a crime to waste" t so bring in what you have. Prices are high. Old larncst dealer in Hides. t i I Li I L. M. ADES, ft Manager. HARTFORD, KY. I In Nail Building. J New Price on Ford Cars! V Jl Ford Runabout . $345-0Ford Touring Car . S360.00 0 F. 0. B. Detroit. Freight to Beaver Dam $18.00. E. P. BARNES & BR0. Beaver Dam, Ky. 1 HERE IS A GOOD PLACE TO STOP" FOR LITTLE MONEY Louisville Hotel, Louisville, Ky., Main St., bet. 6th & 7th The Only Hotel In Iouisvll!o Operated on tho American and European Plans. AMIUilOAN PLAN (With Meals) Rooms without Rath but with Hot and Cold Runnlag Water. single, $2.00 per day; 2 people, $2.00 each 75 Rooms .single, 2.50 per day; 2 people, 2.25 each 50 Rooms., 50. Front Rooms. single, 3.00 per day; 2 people, 2.50 each RooniH with Private Ruth: 50 Rooms single, 3.00 per day; 2 people, 2.75 each sluglo, 3.50 per day; 2 people, 3.00 each 60 Rooms EUROPEAN PLAN (Without Meals) Rooms uithout Ruth but with Hot and Cold Running Water. single, $1.00 per day; 2 people, $0.75 each 75 Rooms 50 Rooms single, 1.25 per day; 2 peoplo, 1.00 each 50 Front Rooms. slnglo, L50 per day; 2. people, 1.25 each Rooms with Private Ruth: 50. Rooms slnglo, 1.50 per day; 2 peoplo, 1.25 each 50 Rooms single, 2.00 per day; 2 people, 1.50. each ... ' THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Cor. Sixth and Main Sts. European Plan Only. Rooms Without Ruth, $1.00 and up; Rooms With Private Rath, $1.50 and up licit ICutliiK Place in Town. The Louisville Hotel and tho Old Inn aro located In tho wholosalo district and only n to tho retail district and theaters. LOUISVILLE HOTEL AND OLD INN COMPANY, Props. ? Fourteenth Annual KENTUCKY State FAIR LOUISVILLE , September 11-1- 6, 1916 WORLD'S GREATEST SADDLE HORSE SHOW Daily Trotting, Paring and Running Races Glean and Glassy Midway Grand Military Pageant and Athletic Tournament. Stupendous Decorated Automobile Parade for Prizes Great Frate-n- al Gathering for Friday of Fair Week Free Auction Sale of Pure-Bre- d Livestock Thursday and Friday Reduced R. R. Rates Suite 604 Republic Bldg. $40,0f0 in Premiums Louisville, Kentucky Address W. J. GOOCH, Secretary v