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The Hartford republican: September 1, 1916 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1916 hao1916090101_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: September 1, 1916 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1916 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. V' f, he Fine Job Work. VOL. XXIX. MACHINE GUN 15 PLACED AT MINE Mnrtforft Jkpnblicon. DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year 1, 1916. RUMANIAN HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER Southern Association of Miners. Tho movement is taken In opposition of tho organization of the United Mlno Workers of America. If tho organization Is perfected, it Is claimed that tho Central Coal and Iron company has promised It a better contract than Is enjoyed by nny other organization of mine workers In A No. 9 KING MILK PUNCH. be shown by tho statement of an official of the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fo railroad, who said the embargo would reduce the traffic of the road one-thir- TO LEAD ARMY CENTRAL COAL and IRON FORTIFIES ITS PROPERTY AT CENTRAL CITY. COM-PAN- V the district. 4 72 ALLY WARSHIPS LOST TO AUGUST I, SAYS RERUN fffi- B ' Herlln, via London, August 27. Tho German Admiral has Issued n statement asserting the losses of the "Torincr Union OIHcluN Now OrganBritish and French navies, In izing Tho SoiUlicrn Association ships and crulsors, to Auof Miners. vesgust 1 .comprised seventy-tw- o sels, with a displacement of 190,050 o tons. Tho German losses were Ky., Aug. 28. An . Grconvlllo, 7 of warships wltlwa total jcuto phuso of tho controversy betons. tween the mine operators nntl mlno . Monady workers was precipitated when It was learned thnt the Central II. COMPANY IS OFF Coal nnd Iron company, of Central iCIty, had fortified Its property with FOR MEXICAN BORDER machine pun. Just recently 'he minors of tho district hal ngreed to accept tho old scale for labor with tho exception of THIRD ANII .SECOND KKGIMKNTS two or three questions relating to SPEEDING TOWARD THE P.IO GRANDE. the working conditions which had I. e un agreed to bo left to arbitration hy committees rcpresontlngthe operators and United Mlno Workers of Fort, Thomas, Ky., Aug. 30. The America. Third Kentucky Regiment Is speedIt is said that the Central Cltr Tho ing toward tho Rio Grande. Val and Iron company, of Central regiment entrained at a lato hour 1'ity, was one o' the flrapin District tonight left Newport for tho "J, to accept the old scale without Mexican and border. The route lies thru The company's mlno ooudltions. Louisville, where tho troops are duo continued to run ufter all tho others shortly after midnight. nnd been closed by reason of tho Tho packing and entraining of tho About four xalners wallclui out. more Third was accomplished ago the tlprlo of tho company smoothly than In the case of the vas burned. 5. C GIsh, vico presi- Second and Jhp detached units, bedent of tho Central Coal and Iron cause of the length of tlmo given company, stated nt the time that ho to prepare. The First, which would decline to rebuild unless the them will leave nt 6 o'clock tomorrow minors would agree to nccept a ten ready to. go toper cent straight reduction In wn-e- s. night, was virtually night, nnd will bo able to complete Its preparations In a short lime toNew Proposition. morrow. . if A meeting of tho miners of tho "tLirch to Newport. was callod and tho Central City local Tho Third tonight marched from proposition put up to them. A mapresent and voting Fort Thomas to Newport, a distance jority of thoso approximately five miles, with tho voted to accept the coal company's of soldiers and civproposition and ngreed to tho dis- farowoll cheers of ilians ringing in their ears. count. Tho vote at tho meeting Is All day tho Third was busy packvotsaid to have stood twenty-nln- o ing property and hauling It to the ing in favor of tho proposition and In tho aftertwenty-on- e voting against It. Upon box cars In trucks. Lato noon they found an hour for drilling, tho result of tho vote being known sustaining thotr reputation as one of the work of rebuilding tho tipple most conscientious units dn the was begun. Another meeting wns thu ground, so far as training Is conand tho union miners by a voto held Shortly after tho drill tho of 72 to 29 turned down the propo- cerned. heavy marching order, filed men, In sition. gates of tho reservation and After work on the company's tlp-il- e out the began their long trip to tho border. wnB begun, In view of tho later 4 agreement by some of tho miners to nccept a ten per cent straight reduc$1)1,000 FOR $25,000. tion, union officials say that they discouraged tho men In every way po- Millionaire Recluho Say He Paid Iiiirgo Sum. ssible from working for tho company. As a result, th,ey say, out of 250 Chicago, Aug. 29. One Instance men usually employed by tho company" only between fifty nnd sixty re- of tho alleged fleecing of Edward V. Morrison, recluse millionaire, out turned to work. of hundreds of thousands of dollars, Mounted. Machine Gun Monday afternoon employes of tho was revealed by Morrison himself on coal company were seen engaged In .tho witness stand before Federal placing In position between tho en- Judge Land Is today. Morrison admitted ho had paid trance of tho mlno shaft and the Illinois Central railroad a machine nearly $94,000 to a man named gun of tho Colt's Gatlin gun typo, 45 Douglas, whose first name he did not The gun was placed on know, to go to Europe and search for caliber. heap of slag nnd n fortification $25,000 worth of bonds supposedly a stolen from Morrison. rampart consisting of twelve-Inc- h posts built around It. Tho area enMorrison said John Sommers, a closed occupies a space of approxi- Jeweler nnd said to have been tho aged millionaire's companion on mately ton square feet. trips, Introduced him to Tho officials of tho miners organihave expressed themselves as" DOllfilllH. zation Judgo Landls summoned Soramora-Intdoubtful as to tho llnal outcome of court to explain. Sommers said action of tho company In placing tho n rapid flro machine gun In a peace- ho had not Introduced Douglas to Especially Is this Morrison, but learned later that ful community. calculated to cause trouble, they Douglas was a confidence man. r 4fr say, as there has boon' no threats against proporty or llfo on tho parts ROW THREATENING WOMEN'S ARMY CAMP IS SETTLER of tho miners. Mr, GIsh, ofthe company, said Lake Geneva, Wis, August 27. that ho was under no apprehension of trouble from tho minors. His "pur- A row that threatened to bring dispose, ho said, In placing Ihe sun on tention In tho women's National Sertho premtses and In Its present po- vice School, cherished enterprise of sition was solely for tho protection Chicago society women, was settled It was stated Mon- umlcably today, Ensign Martin, one of his property. day that tho company had a socond of the navy olllcers In chargo of tho camp, said tonight. gun of a similar typo in reserve. "Tho trouble Is all over now, and Now Union. To Form A meeting was called for Monday 1 don't want to say anything about night at Central City by C. W. It." From other sources It was learnWells, mayor of the city; J. W. state senator, and ed that Drig. Gen. Mrs. George A. Wright, former was accused of disobedience V. B. Hicks, former secretary and United Mlno Work- to her superior, Dr. Norman R. Sulltreasurer of tho asked ers of America, of District 23 for ivan, and that she had been organizing an entirely to apologize to Maj. Geu. Mrs. Fredthe purpose of The new erick D. Countlss. commander of tho new miners organization. the camp. will bo called organization llne-ot-batt- lo twen-ty-flv62,-66. -- ORGANIZATION IS SPLIT Greene in New York Telegram. LARGE SUM FOR NATION PREPARES CATHOLIC CAUSE tUK BUI o I Hllt HARTFORD DEMOCRAT ASKS DEN RAILROADS REFUSE PERISHA- PASSENGERS 11LE. FREIGHT JOHNSON ADOUT 91,585,881 WARNED OF DELAYS. APPROPRIATIONS. HERALD WON'T PUBLISH MEN TO Refuses to Allow Pointed Question To Re Asked Through Its Columns. The following artlclo has been handed us by Mr. James H. Williams, n prominent Democrat and former Mayor of Hartford, with the request that wo publish it in Tho Republican. The article was originally Intended for publication in tho Hartford Horald but Mr. Williams states that the editors of that paper have refused to publish It for fear of inof juring the chances for Congressman Den Johnson. The signer of tho communication vouches for tho authenticity of tho figures given below, which were compiled by the" Secrotary of tho Treasury: "Hartford. Ky., Aug. 23, 1916. To tho Edltpr of The Hartford Her- QUIT MONDAY Will Walk Out Unless Agreement Reached In Meantime Still Hopeful. Chicago, Aug. 30. Elaborate arrangements are being made In all parts of tho country to prepare for the strike of 400,000 railroad employes, who are to quit work Monday, unless some means are found to settle the trouble between the railroads and tlieir employers. Railroads of the nation rushed preparations today to enforcq the embargo on perishable freight. Shipments of livestock and perishables were refused by some roads today; others Issued warnings that perish-- , ablo freight, which cannot reach Its destination by Saturday, September 2, will not be accepted. Orders were flashed to ticket agents to Inform passengers that unless they reach their destinations by Sunday to "perplexing delays." Big manufacturers and business houses swamped telegraph compan ies with messages urging that their shipments bo rushed at once. Many of them authorized sending their orders by express. Some largo commercial houses already have recalled ald: I have seen from time to time in your columns news Items from Washington, D. C, to tho effect that Hon. Ben Johnson, from tho Fourth Kentucky District, had saved the of the Government and nation large sums of money. Being I am alono of tho small ways glad to hear of such savings. I have information from tho Treasury Department to tho effect that the disbursements on account of five Ro-mCatholic (I Judgo from their names) institutions in the District of Columbia hao been, during a period from 18C6 to 1914, $1,585,-SS1.G- 3 as follows: Provtdcnco Hospital, $1,327,699.50 4 House of Good Shep36,572.80 herd, St. Ann's Infant Asy172,875.53 lum, 1883-191- 4 tax-paye- rs s, 18GG-1911890-1898... their traveling representatives. Speed Up Plans. Operating officials of many of tho big railway systems speeded up plans to meet any emergency and private detective agencies engaged to employ additional holp, wero urged to more activity. Physical examinations of thousands of former railroad men, who, officials said, are willing to return to tho coach and cab was hastened. Shopmen and engine hostlers, who know something about running loco motives, wero coached for a moro Robo Industrial St. . 41,962.80 Important duty expected of thorn. School, 18S7-189- 6 Guarantees of bonuses and protection Joseph's Orphan St. 6,781.00 attracted many men who have had Asylum, 1892-189experience In firing boilers and oper I want him to tell the of the United States, but especially ating stationary engines. In many of tho larger cities ways those of tho Fourth District, through .mm. nnlimina wlint fin Vina ilnnA in nnd means aro blng discussed to pro- w ww..w VU. ".I...", "..-JUL! prevent these appropriations from vent suffering duo to lack of food year to year sinco he has been In j and supplies, while some of tho chief Congress, and what ho has dono, orj rallrouds are. trying to make arrangewhat ho will do, toward having this ments tp run trains despite the action largo sum roturued to tho Treasury, j of the members of the four brotherhoods. Yours sincerely, Associated Press dispatches from JAMES II, WILLIAMS, all parts of tho country indicated hours, uuless that within forty-eigIn County Court. Mr. W. H. Grant qualified on the a dolny In tho strike is ordered, em2Sth as guardian of Ivan A., Clifford bargo orders will bo effective on practically every railroad In the counA nnd Ruth E. Grant. Mrs. Louana Rowan quail led as try. What this means to traffic and guardian of her children, Locklo and rovenuos la said by railroad men to Wllma Rowan on August 30th, ... 6. tax-payo- rs V ht NEW BELLIGERENT ENTERS CONTEST WITH VIM AND MEN Cheyenne, Wyo Aug. 28. Grief FIGHTING FURIOUSLY. over tho death of her husband, Chas. eighty-threwhich ocFrederick, curred five days previous, Is tho cause given for the demise of Mr3. ALL EYES ON GREECE Augusta) Frederick, Seventy-threwho died at St. John's hospital. The Fredericks had been married fifty Occupation of Kavalu Has Intensified years, and when Mr. Frederick died Feelings of Greeks Who AVlll his wife's grief was so Intense that Follow Premier. she collapsed, and her removal to tho hospital was necessary. "I pass on to Join him, and I am London, 'Aug. 29. King Ferdiglad," were Mrs. Frederick's last nand, of Rumania, has ordered a words. general mobilization of his forces and is reported to have gone to the front personally to take command of his JOHN ALLEN WILSON . army. already are reThe Rumanians WINS FIRST PRIZE ported to bo making furious efforts to capture passes in the Eastern Carpathians leading into Hungary, and HOG CONTEST IS A GREAT SUC- - are declared to be fighting shoulder to shoulder with Russian troops comHUNDREDS VIEW CESS ing from Bukowina. FINE ANIMALS. While Berlin says that Rumania's attempts to pierce the passes havo that owThe-Ohi- o County Boys' Hog Con- been futile, Vienna admits encircling ing to a test was held at the court house strong Rumanian forsquare here yesterday morning and movement by ces" Austrian advanced detachments late yesterday afternoon the Judge have beon forced to withdraw. of the contest, County Agent J., M. What Greece's attitude will be-- aa Ligon, of Caldwell county, gave out a result of Rumania's Joining tho the decision in favor of John Allen Allies Is still problematical, Wilson, son of Judge John B. Wil- Entente but unofficial advices to London exson, of Hartford. Young Wilson had press the belief that she soon wilt taken great pains with his fine Duroc throw In her lot with the Entente and practically all who looked the A demonstration in AtH-ert- s, hogs over approved of the decision. passed a resolution saying that He gets a trip to the Kentucky State if the people wero not heard In their Fair as a reward. demand that Greece Join the Entente The second prize, $7.50 In cash, "we must take counsel as to what 'Is went to J. S. Wilson, who lives nt to be done to minimize the ruin n,oslne. Other prize winners folwhich awaits us." low: Feeling Intensified. J. T. Llndley, $6.00; Rex Baird, Occupation by the Bulgarians of $5.00; Clark Maddox, $4.00; Yewell Kavala Is declared to have IntensiBaugh, $4.00; George Young, $3.00; fied the feelings of the Greeks, who Hubert Baldwin, $2.50; Griffith are said to be willing to follow forMitchell, $2.00; W. R. Carson, Jr., mer Premier Venlzelos In any action $1.50; Haskell Bennett, $1.00; Nohe may advise. Venlzelos Is strongBenble Leisure. $1.00; Hanawatt ly nett, $1.00; Hubert Bennett, $1.50; An attompJ"by the Germans to apClay A. Baird, $1.50; Gilbert Balrd, proach British trenches near gpzler-e-s, $1.50. stopped by tho British, was tho The cash prizes were given by bus- only move made by Infantry on the iness men in Beaver Dam, Rockport, British Une3 Tuesday. There is still Centertown, Matanzas and Hartconsiderable artillery activity in this ford. Along th,e front region however. Agent Browder was Just County held by tho French bad weather haltabout the busiest man in Hartford ed operations. yesterday arranging details connectOn the eastern front from the RiMuch credit Is ed with the contest. ca region to tho Carpathians In Ga- due him for the Interest he has creJlcla the day passed without momen ated in these contests. Several hun- tous happenings. In tho Caucasus dred peoplo viewed tho hogs yesterroirion near Lake Van the Russians day, they coming from all parts of havo gained additional successes ov tho county. er the Turks. The Serbians In tho Macedonian RAILROADERS FACE LOSS theater are continuing tholr advance OF PENSIONS IN STRIKE toward Vetrenlk and also have repulsed strong Bulgarian attacks Baltimore, Aug. 30. Many em- northwest of Lake Ostrovo. Bom ployes of the Baltimore and Ohio bardments aro proceeding In Lake railroad, affiliated with the four un- Dolran region and along tho banks ions which are on the point of strik- of tho Vardar River. ing, aro not anxious to go out because Shelling Itnllnn Positions. a loss of their positions, according to Tho Austrlans aro still shelling nn official of tho company, will mean positions In the lower Isonzo e the loss of the savings of a reelon. tho upper Cordevole Valley Invested in the Insurance depart- and In the valleys of tho But and ment bf the company. Fella rivers. In the Poslna Valley, This also applies to the employes on Monto CImono and near tho Aviso of the Pennsylvania Railroad Compa- tho Austrlans havo been forced to ny. Tho Insurance department of clve further Notablo ground. tho Baltimore & Ohio Company is among the gains of the Italians Is older than that of the Pennsylvania tho capture or Monto Cuurlol, at an Company, however, and Its savings altitude or 8,000 feet. fund Is larger. Field Marshal von Hlndenhurg, Another phaso of tho case appeals who recently was given tho command to the older men In tho service of of all tho German forces on tho Rusboth companies. There aro nun- -' ' sian front, 1ms now been appointed dreds of them who are approaching chief of tho German gonoral staff In tho age of 70 years, whon they will succession of Gen. von Fulkonhayn, bo retired on pensions If they remain dismissed by tho Emperor. e in tho service. If they strike they Mcllonry Hunk Sues. face tho loss of this pension. m Tho McIIeury Deposit Bank, which Js In process of liquidation, filed sujt HUGHES TO MAKE Circuit In the Hardin fiPKECll AT PARIS yestorday Court against J. E. Nail aud J. A. Purls, Ky., Aug. 29. The raana-- ' Nail to ropover on a note of $340.00, gcrs of the Republican campaign In oxecuted May 16, 1916. The uoto Bourbon county have boen notified Is subject to a crodlt of $15,00. by tho chairman of the uepuuucan Ellzabethtown News. State Campaign Committee that for"Some" Hog. mer Justice Charles E. Hughes, Re- A hog, nubllcnn candidate for President, will i Franklin, Ky., Aug. 28. In Paris on tho evening of, five mouths and seventoon days old, Bpeak Tuesday, September 5, at the L. & N.' and weighed 225 pounds, was shippTho Hughes ed to the LoutuvlUo market from tho passenger station. weighspecial will stop for only ten min- Franklin station. The animal pounds May 17 last Republican candidate ed sixty-eigutes and the pen with one-o- t will speak from tho rear of his pri and had been fed In the tho Pig Club boss. car. vate e, e, "far-reachinte pro-Ententho-Italla- n life-tim' ' , ht AGED WOMAN DIES OF GRIEF 5 DAYS AFTER .MATE'S DEATH TUNNEL WILL GO tho Journey when passing thru the tunnel." RUSSIANS ARE HAPPY cd Muscovites. You Involuntarily compare them with the crews of alert, powerful lumberjacks you meet with In tho great forests of the United Stntes. Final Question. There Is something so frank, honLondon, Aug. 2G. Opposition to "Em, for goodness sake, get those est and chlldllko in these smiling d giants, who have been the proposed railroad tunnel under kids to bed," grumbled Jenkins, who tho English Channel connecting Eng- had vainly tried to settle down for n picked from tho best regiments in quiet five minutes. tho czar's army. It would be utterland and France has practically disThe young Jenkinses went nloft, ly impossible to associate these men appeared, and it seems ccrtnin this and there seemed some prospect of with any deed of violence or cruelty, 5rvt project will bo started at tho peace until Harold, the eldest! who and although they arc now in France, had been allowed half an hour's where light claret or white country close of the war, If not earlier. look Good Foul Good. Arthur Fell, Member of Parli- grace, began butting In with his ri wine is part of the soldier's dally ration, they have voluntarily and unament, today described the plans for diculous queries. No 0110 can either fcel good" nor "What on earth do you want animously chosen to abstain from it, look good whllo suffering from the tunnel or rather tunnels, as folnow?" demanded tho harassed par- because they consider themselves In lows: Get rfd of thnt tired, "England and France were sepa- ent, as he desperately Hung down the honor bound to keep their promise drag'gy, llfeleis feeling by n treatpaper. to tho "Little Father" at homo, who ment of Dr. King's New Life Pills. rated years ago by the Irruption of "Well, dnd, did Adam only havo will not tasto a single drop of wine Buy a box today, the North sea thru the Straits of tnko one or" two himself as long as there is a single pilfs Dover, but nature, whilst dividing the one name?" Tn th morning that "Of course ho did. Now,, look enemy soldier on the sacred soil of stuffed, dull feefing Is gone two countries, provided them with and you here, any more silly questions and his holy Russia. an easy means of future access by defeel better at once. 25c at your As we arrived at tho headquarters druggfat. positing at tho bottom of the water you go to bed, too, my son." 2 "Yespa, but can't I talk a little of the brigade we found its genial la the straits a thick layer of grey ? , commander-in-chie- f. Gen. Lokhvltz-kychalk, Impervious to water, but very bit more about that question?" HaUVwceii Our frour. "Go on with It," said the parent about to put on his helmet for a saslly excavated by tubes and tunHalloween can b mndVone of the pa. 'And mind, this Is the very last." tour of nspcctlon of the front trenchnels. wfth. the "Well, was Adam his first name es. He received us charmingly and pfeasantcsi of Mouth Behind' Cliffs. or his last name?" Buffalo Enquir- wo immediately felt at home In tho least trouble. In some"1 of my simmer leisure I "In this deposit of chalk, which er. presence of this man, whom hfs mate eacfc child an easily adjustais about one hundred and fifty feet oflfcers and men' alifc idolble, whllo tflga-llk- e thick, and which extends from under ise. WOMEN DO THE AVORtw The:Je togar have for years saved my tho Cliffs of Dover right across and "So you have come to' see my hoys heei'-- s at Halloween. With OiCh Orgn under the cliffs at Cape Gris Ncz, in Are Engaged in All Kinds of Occu- in their front trenches,"' ho exefafm- - goes a masjt. I also made long, conFrance, it is proposed to drive tho ed when he had asked" what hej pations in England. caps of alternate itrlps of ldack channel tunnel. One mouth of tho might do for ns. "Nothing could j ical and nrange frft, with hlack and lunnel frill be in the valley behind the London, Aug. 2G. "Bus" anil possibly please me more, and" you j cats, witches, brooms, moons Uffs of Dover and the other near "tram conductresses" are so common have come at a very suitable mo- and ovls pasuid on th.f eon&nMtlfi!; Wicant, behind the cliffs at Cap Grls go in England nowadays they attract ment, for I was Just about to' color. Xez. no attention. Postwomen deliver myself. We Segan tot save all our plaster go two tunnels, each tho malls', gas and electric compan"There will be "I have made it a rule tt twenty foot in diameter, parallel with ies employ women to read the meters, every day, though never at tlie same pumpkins, witches and cats tbut usjach other, aiifl about forty feet women drlvo delivery vans, sell pa- - time, first, because It is well" to coniu ed to fast throngft but one ocinnioir, apart. but,connec,ted with each oth-- r nPTs. rim olpvntnr-R- . slifnp slinpq. nit unexpectedly, and second, because I; and by irtdlng auw and again fo our passages. These tun- one's hair, take one's ticket and act i know something of German spies, storo we at lust have an excellent by supply- - r helped' tho ilillrtnm in nels will be p.a sizo, necessary to take as butlers. Una our menus tite enemy mi(?nr ' full Eli sleeping and restaurant car 3 ,to ar-- . leisure evening mako a couple 01 In the country they have taken think it to their advantage sets of amusing' place at the modern great express trains. up farming, poultry raising-an- d truck ' range a special 'strafing' if they cards, jw well .is- - Hallowi'U some Ittle clay of exactly when thero was a "To facilitate the construction In fact, there seems no knew pumpkins and cumflestlckb. Their tiic two tunnels a tube about nine nld hitherto given exclusively to ; chance to tnkra sfcot at me iwa-frca-t witf clothespin witches, dressed in tistrue ytm rc ceadr will be first driven In men. except soldiering, fet diameter in whtcji wench. But it 'paper, ("Key also' seem to treasure . , the grey chulk right across and Join- woinou aro not found forking cheer-- 1 4tart at once. ' children are tnoroiijhly ! This tube fully and efficiently. Wis did so, picking up on the wiry The faet ing up tbe (wo countries. nanio-mr- f with ttitHgs tiny ranko ' prove tho ground and show will With tho opening of the munition the colonel in command of that par- .UteuisfiV. and if- - mother's see that any ffssuroH of faults which may ex- factories thousands of gir left do- - ticular sector, and at top spved onrr proper ::;iirec'.atIon U giyen to these ist, and will afterwards serve as a mestlc service and took their places limousines nroheif afcwg tlw iiuwy tiling, and that provision is' uinUo drainage tunnel for two railway tun-ae- is ns munition workers. In ono small road, winding tneir way witu mar for thc:r care, the feeling will'la-s- t a above. it. factory alone, Inspected by an Inter- velous skill among the hundreds of viiu 11 is u kiuvl unci. e hack cjiptr af- iiuirc iimw. motor trucks-coining- "The tub?, will greutlv speed up national Ne-s--s Service In Mtiiltton to carotully- - savmg ttin-tol(ho construction of the railway 2.500 girls are working in day and ter unloading toelr loads of sheiTs these decorations wo also put away lit will havo a light railway night shifts, earning approximately jni cartrldjfs sit the supply depots need the nvxt certain things track, and from.lt chambers will be a dollar a day. more than, twice the- - Immediately behind the front. of 'V.ad wrtll jear, In the, chalk, from which amount paid the average- domestic little fartlrer on we .iw men an it melting ladle, A ncavtited plenty of little iron preparing the bohliers plam meals, It will be possible to drive the tunnels servant. candleu; a box of perfect walnut in both direct ioas, removing the chalk ' Tills factory is being enlarged and: singing nil the while soft, melanchoand so on. excavated out by the tube. By this will soon have C.000 girls on its pa ly Russian tOlTc songs. So iitr Halloween- I only Have to The support trenches were fulf of of only driving Uio roll. The work Is easy. means instead provld the brigfifest of appibs, plenbefore it is sent to tlie men with smiWrrg: faces, wtio Jumped! ty of chestnuts and the menu' itsk-f- f tunnels from the two mouths In England to meet in tho front must be weighed,, gauged, in- up and saluted as we passed on our Prairw and whicit is nlwrqs it. fixed irae. Jestoward! tbe front treadles. Here, Kiddle, they will from these cham- spected for flaws, placed nvo in a clipIn the Octcflw sie W. Whltcomb bers ba dnveu in both directions to- ready for the gun, dono up in belts, j motionless as statutes, with their ri- Moth it's Maga&ne. immediately, ward tho Ghorea, and the tunnels will 50 rounds to a belt, &kled in nir--j fles in position to fire at slwfe intervals, In half tight tin boxes, which: aro In turnf men were by these means Aro Yoic Looking OfiI7 enclosed In wooden boxes, laltelled. their eyes riveted on the German the. time, or about live years. Old ago comes quick enough withtrenclMS, visible a abort distance shipped to France. directed and Many To Ho Employed: U Inviting If. Some look old at The girts rapidly iMcomo very ex- away. Their comrades were lying out "There will bo a hivo of Industry pert talking in forty. That la-- because thwy- neglect aboui sleeping, writing-oin this work. deep down in tho chalk under tho low voices- - Overhead the shells the liver and bowels. Keep your 4 middle of the Straits, where tho men and whistling on bowels regular and your liver healwere screaming Hie Most Musical Town win be worklug to meet the men comChicago? their- way toward tba German artill- thy and you will not only feel youngBoston? Now York? ing tram tho shores,' er but look younger. When troubled Tho September ery, whtch replied anly feebly. No, none of these. bo run by elec"Tho trains will went along, talk- with constitution or biliousness tako Companion says: Woman's Home Gen. Lokhvltzky Intricity thru tho tunnel, and tho pow-- tr "It Is Lindsborg, Kans., a country ing to his soldiers, who replied with- Chamberlain's Tablets. They are will bo on each stations for this or stiffness. tended especially for these ailments town of only 2,000 inhabitants. out embarrassment side of the channel and some flvo Llndsborg has a Dig band, a sympho- There Is no machine made discipline and aro excellent. Easy to tako and coast. Possibly tho miles from, the ny orchestra of CO pieces, which playa in the Russian army and tho rela- most agreeable in effect. Obtainm railway from London to Dover will ho same cluss of music- as the Bos- tions between officers and men aw able everywhere. ser-tw- e be- Hloctntled before the tunnel New York very much like those in tho French ton Symphony and the begins, and then the trains Philharmonic orchostras, Shooting Rags. a malo army. stop from London would run without When you discard your old cotton "My soldiers nre all thinking of chorus, a children's chorus with sevto Wlsiiant. In Franco, where tho eral hundred members, u Musical Art tho splondld victories won by their garments you might bo the cause of motor would bo exchanged for the Society, which specializes in opera- comrades over tho Austrlnus and tho tho death ot a German soldier in tho locomotives which would tako tho tic works; but Lindsborg's greatest hundreds of thousands of prisoners trenches in Europe. Tho Allies aro iraia on to Paris. glory is its Oratorio Society of near thoy havo taken. They aro asking actually using tbeso with which to The twins would run thru tho ly COO, to which wholo families when I think thoy will be given dlschargo their guns. This is brought teuuwhi it about thirty miles au lmiL'. and which elves annually a re - a chanco to do as well," said the out in tho reports thnt tho munitions Hour and at ton minutes intervals, markably fine rendition of Handel's goneral, "and they aro very proud niakors of America aro buying up all tctj means at about flvo miles 'Messiah.' that thoy havo been chosen from torts of cotton rags to bo used lu the spurt, and four hours each- - night "This inspiring record ot musical among our vast armies to tako part mar.ufacuro of gun cotton. Ono rewould bt reserved for changing staff good deeds was begun some 35 years in tho great Kronen victory wo all port has it that tho Du Pont Comany nocos-$a- tt mi the tunnel and doing pany stationed men In various pahs ago by Carl Aarou Swonsson, who fuol is coming." Tho gradients and ronowalB. Llndsborg as pastor of tho When wo camo back to urlgado of tho country to get options on largo Do- - cumo to Jtft.carva-i- , except in tho cllifs of. mil. i. ..u,.l. ... l"u n(f1 tsim rwl headquarters Gen. Lokbvltky said: quuntltlos of stock. Tho buying was " i.A lll ver wUl be very slight, so tho trains Swedish colony there. Ho was a "I would havo been very happy so heavy as to send tho prices ot cotvery easily ami a puwur ui ...... ... nil-ra...111. u tilnlmi . Ilrt itrtatiitil wore I ablo to ask you to empty a ton rags skyward. It Is about time i. man uu " lift moro VjOOO kilowatts ' ""B to found a collogo for tho youth ot bottlo of noblo French wlno on tho for tho humblo "olo clothes" man, ban sulllclent for tho trains aud his noonlo. and to glvo them also success of our urms, but, as you Iu order to boost his business, to join pumping aud lighting. groat music for their dally life. Both know, we soldiers ot tho Czar havo tho ranks of tho advocates ot premanuNo l'limM Povsible, droauia camo true. Doctor Swens-so- sworn not to touch wluo until tho paredness unci stimulate tho or oxhala-do- n I will Just say, there- facture ot gun cotton, nud conse"There will bo no fumes nldod by his devoted wife, built war is over. in tho tunnel. Tho movomont iu Llndsborg u college whtch now fore, that as long as I can remember quently tho uso of cotton rugs. Wall uf tho trains In opposlto directions has an enrollment of nearly 1,000; wo Russians huvo been used to look Street Journal. will keep up curronlB of ulr, and, and tho story of his musical organi- upon the French as our friends. Now unginoa aud pumps will bo zations wus brofly told in tho first that wo havo been and aro shedding our blood for tho samo sacred causo Aorked which will completely renew paragraph." I und on tho samo battlefields, wo conthe air In tho tunuols every throo For Infants and Children irAinroiu) prkssimj cluii. sider tho French our brothers and lays. -Clothes cleaned and pressed. Re- Franco our second country. Viva la In Use For Over The trains will ho specially built Years guaranteed. Franco ot la Russlo!" Satisfaction for tho eervlce, and will bo brilliantly pairing. Always bears m lighted wiioit iu tho tunnel, and tho Work called (or and dcllverod. Shop tho A Ileal American Poet. 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As a reTho seedy gentleman In the "Dab sult of the Invention of a machine for CAM!' ARE SATISFIED Ballads " who was nt onco the entire making matches any ono of sovcral crow of the Nancy Brig had nothing CAPTIVE American factories can mako twlco on Ilupert Mills. For Mills is a many matches In u day as could as be made In n year In England In tho COHKESPONDKNT VISITS KHENCII whole baseball team In hlmsolf, from tho catcher to tho outermost outfieldThe invention of automatic MILITAUV PRISON INMATES PLACKI) forties. C1KRMAN HI'IIMAKINn er; and this without having followed ' boxmakcrs served also to rcduco tho AUK OIlDKItLY LOT. ON KXIIIIUTION IN TIIK tho Gllbertlan precedent mentioned, prlco of matches to a point nt which THAMES 11IVKK. liv nnllticr tlm ntlinr mnnifinrn nt tlin they could be used generally. I team. Tho snpplantntlon of hand labor London, Aug. 20. At Leigh, in tho After Mills had hit a ball to tho by machinery popularized matches. County Lancashire, I unexpected- CREW DIVES OVERBOARD There will be a continuous Increase ly camoofupon an lntcrnmont camp ccnterfleld fence, ho walked over nnd condescended to explain why ho In tho cost of tho materials of which heads are mado as long as tho war for German privates and, showing alone was In tho forlorn Newark (C it continues, but tho slight Increaso in jmy papers, I had no difficulty in gct- - Federal League Dascball Park, when ' OfT Hxploslvcs Ami I'liingo Unto Set ting permission to visit It. all the other players of tho defunct product will not bo cost of the I Is Taken Water Hut Mlne-Ijiy(C Leigh, although called a camp,has club had scattered to tho four winds. (( deter even the very poor out-sld- o To Rrltaln. Mr. Mills stands In the neighbor-- , using matches ' no likeness whatever to tho tented of China from freedom. Now field. Tho "camp," I found, Is roal-- I hood of six feet four or five inches in with accustomed (( ly a weaving mill, which had been height, has a tremendous pair of York Tribune. llnlalied but not yet used when tho shoulders, and a blond, pleasant, Ilka- London, Auk. 20. A curious Gorwar broko out and which was then bio faco. Ho is a graduate of tho ii man sulminrliio caught Just as it wna j Cliiiiiibi'ilaln's Colic, Cholera and A University of Notro Dame, Ind., and Q taken over by tho government. nbout to lay mines oft the Knst Diarrhoea Kemcdy. fow slight alterations havo made It played end on tho football team of Q Const, 1ms been placed on exhibition This Is a remedy that every family into a very comfortable, airy bar- that college for threo years. In the Thnnies and viewed by lmn-drerj should bo provided with. Colic and racks for 2,000 prisoners of war. of thousands of sightseers. "Last June," he relates, "when I 5j coma on suddenly That was tho number of men which was graduated from Notro Dame, a jjt This Is not one of the fast, big diarrhoea often which have preyed on ship- and It Is of tho greatest Importanco I found thre, and as they all wero scout of tho Federal League signed V Contaken In tho early stages of the war, mo up with this club for two year 3 ' ping, but Is n little fellow without that they be treated promptly. sider tho suffering that must bo en- they wero almost all men of splendid at a salary of $3,000 a year. Dut, Kuiib or torpedo tubes, built solely dured until a physician arrives or physique. A very well nourished as you will remember, last winter sm. for mine laying. Chammedicine can bo obtained. crowd they looked, and thoso whom Some weeks ago a Rrltlsh destroyer was out exorcising off tho coast. berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar- I asked what they thought of tho me without an actual Job in base- secd food they received all declared It ex- ball; but I still had my When she sighted this submarine, rhoea Ilemedy has a reputation tho Gorman boat was In difficulties. ond to none for the quick relief cellent nnd plentiful, though of contract, with a year to run. I deeverycourse, rather monotonous. termined to havo what was due me. It was misty weather. The destroy- which It affords. Obtainable m They declared that thoy got more er drew cloao and tho English sea- where, "I was not bought by either of meat than they ever had been used tho other big leagues, but I expected men noticed that all tho crow of the HQl'IDS FROM THE spcnied to bo on deck. to before, and certainly more than that mj club would look out for me. EXCHANGE COLUMNS thoy got In the German army, where Finally, I was offered a position with Tho lirltlsh commander called out of a Toronto, of tho International League, the ration Is about three-eightfor tho Germans to surrender. Tho 0 at a salary of something under latter hauled down their flag and It's a good thing for tho summer liouiul per man. put their hands above their heads. schools that they do not scok to draw a year. In addition to this, I The prisoners came from all parts At a word from their commander, their attondanco from tho ranks of of Germany, and there wero many was offered f 500 If I would go there they Jumped Into the water and swam tho small boy. Madlsonvlllo Hus- of the famous Drandcnburgers among and cancel my contract with the NewThe Johnston Harvesting Machinery is made them. Tho average ago of these men ark Feds. What was wanted by for dear llfo away from tho 'ship. tler. stronger with fewer parts to wear out and break, yet was perhaps a Httlo over 25 years Toronto, I believe, was a third baseTakes Much AVutcr. they are easier to openite and will do good work dozman. I was not a third baseman. According to tho pictures of tho and there wero not more than a Internal explosions followed and I am a first baseman. It I had gono X where other machines fail. We are anxious to of girl bathers In the magazines .they on men above 40 In tho camp. nt tho lust and heaviest, a cascade Tho commander of the camp, Col. with that team, and had failed to hammocks and other debrles shot out certainly arc running true to form this to you and any inquiries will have prompt height as are tho ones who go In bathing Dlagrovo, told mo dlcipllne Is very mako good, I should havo been let of the open conning tower to a as a mat- go. I would have been In ?500 and easily maintained and that attention. of forty feet. That was this vent for at Sandy Beech ncross tho rlvor. ter of fact the prisoners themselves out $2,500! tho explosive forces probably saved Owonsboro News. We a line of looked after that. "Mr. Powers, the owner of the tho ship, but as It was she took a "From the very first," he said, "I Newark club, could not get my viewhas two political defini"Pork" good deal of water. Machine we sell. for Altho tho submarine had laid no tions. When your district gets it it havo encouraged tho sense of respon- point at all." Tho account breaks into Mills' reWe also carry repairs for Deering, McCormick, Milmines, two had been released by tho Is "public improvements;" when sibility and authority In their own who arc cital with an imagined vision of the force of tho explosions and were foul tho other fellow beats you to it It is noncommissioned officers, waukee and Champion Mowers and. will be pleased, to interview which took place between of tho bottom of tho vessel. Contact "wilful and wanton waste." Mem- really a splendid lot of men. furnish you anything in this line at reasonable prices. allowed the feldwebels them. Thero was Mills, determined "I have with tho "horns," which Jutted out phis Commercial Appeal. (senior noncommissioned officers) he would live up to his contract, and nil around tho mines, would have set We can rebuild your old machine. and thoy the equally determined Powers, who privileges A man on tho street tho other day certain small off enough high explosive to wreck demonstrated a tool which did ev- more than make up for this by keep- was certain no one would ever find a battleship. Not him paying a man for work he had erything from pulling tacks to ing things running smoothly. A young Urltlsh officer now perhighly difficult and dangor-ou- r scrabling eggs. If it had had an at- a- single case of bullying has been re- not done. Tho World imagines what formed a task. Ho went down In a div- tachment to "put tho screws" to some ported to mo from tho day the camp happened then: "The Newark club," said Pat Powwe'd have was opened. ing suit and mado tho mines safe by delinquent subscribers, "Tho prisoners havo their own ed- ers, its onco owner, with lofty detaching tho detonators, afterward bought one sure. Laltue County ucational committees, and many of "died with tho demise ot tho securing tho mines in a safo posi- Herald. the men have taken up tho study of parent body, tho Federal League. tion. o less ambitious, And ahem! an arm does not and carThe work of rebuilding tho tipple English. Others, This submarine Is the U-Company's wnrlc at wood carvlnu or clay crick- tho death of the frame to which ried twelve mines. Sho was built at tho Central Coal & Iron ' in five sections in Germany, brought mlno is being pushed as rapidly as et, a gamo of which (hey knew little it belonged." Belgian coast, possible. It Js estimated that It will or nothing before they camo here. "That," said Rupert Mills In reply, to Zcebruggo, on the I havo in freight cars, anfl there put to- take at least thirty days to complete The men ihavo also organized a fine "concerns mo not at all. gether. Sho displaces 195 tons the work. A pair of Improved hoist- band, and wo havo two theaters, a signed contract which states that She ing engines is also being installed. where performances aro given threo I am to be paid $3,000 for my ser- -j floating and 210 submerged. blowing out certain Except for tho fact that tho coal times a week." vices during the season of 1916. submerged by Nearly all tho men were In tho That the Federal League Is dead tanks and by tho use of hydroplanes. scales in the tipple worq destroyed and now scales have to bo Installed habit of receiving remittances from I deplore but I did not kill It. And Her length is 110 feet. "Will help parents develop their sons into Mines Cost $800 Kach. and adjusted, tho work of robulldlng home, generally In small weekly.? don't Intend to suffer by Its de- conning tower, would not require as much tlmo. On- sums, but many of them havo now ceaso. It Is enough to be behaved, Amldshlp is tho the best type of citizens and Christia-Inswith periscope and wireless mast. ly ono of the large steel girders was written to their families that they without being cheated out of the gentlemen. Its patronage is widely scat- Forward of tho conning tower are seriously Injured by the heat, and get everything thoy want and that it urance-money." "You'll get nothing you don't six chutes or atr locks in which tho tho contractors happened to havo a is absolutely unnecessary to send tered and comes from the best homes in gj Food parcels havo cam," snapt Powers. mines aro stored, two to a chute. duplicate of this In stock, which ef- them anything. ot the past entirely, earn "Very well," said Mills. "I'll Tho mines were discharged electrifected a groat saving of time. Cen- become a thing the South. Its capacity is limited, there- which is of course quite natural, con- It. State your pleasure, and let mo H cally from tho conning tower. tral City Argus. fore, reservations should be made early. y- sidering tho scarcity and high prices get about doing It." Theso mines weigh 1,200 pounds Whereupon Mr. Powers stated his iu Germany. Pay. cost about $S00 each. And Half loaded and j Place J'our son in this seleot gioup of About 100 of tho prisoners havo "pleasure," and In baseball annals it Ho When ono of their horns is Jarred "I saw Dill last Saturday. taken up gardening and havo been was absolutely without precedent. boys. Write by n ship's hull, a glass vial In the was half full." . K H Mtlls himself recounts the rest ot "Naturally. He's working only given small plots of ground, on which Interior Is broken, letting looso a fine vegetables the Incident: some exceptionally liquid which onorglzes a battery, and halt tlmo now." ,, aro raised. "Ho suggested this: I was to come tho mine explodes with terrific viohero to this park every morning at lence. For catalogue and information. Box A. Constipation the Father of Many Ills. 10 o'clock and practise until 12. I 5 pj Tho craft Is propelled by Dlessel Ot tho numerous Ills that affect was to bo back hero at 2 and remain heavy oil engines an dclcctrle accumhumanity a largo share start with until C. In this way I was to put ulators charged boforo leaving port. r. Keep your bowels reg- in tho full day ot a constipation. crawls along at a speed of only Sho I'm they may bo avoided. When ular and "I agreed, and hero I am. six knots. hind the war is now so strong that WAR TO LAST TWO YKARS. a laxatlvo Is needed take Chamber- hero before ten o'clock and I leave olllccrs and crow numbered Her tho public would think nothing ot lain's Tablets. They not only move after six; I'm giving him a little ov- Military Experts Thinks Struggle Will taking all the members ot tho Govsixteen persons in all and they were I very uncomfortably crowded when Carried Safely Through Change tho bowls but improve tho appetite ertime and not charging for it. ernment and hanging them In a row Continue Into 1018. Obof Life by Lydia E. Pinkham's and strengthen tho digestion. never miss a day. I'm hero rainy their boat was under water. if they showed any inclination to m days and Sundays as well and I will Vegetable Compound. tainable everywhere. London, Aug. 25 The Times mil- throw away at tho peace parleys tho bo until wo como to terms or tho efWhy Knduro Summer Colds? itary expert, In an optimistic review fruits of our stupendous war Duseball Team. A Onb-Mu- u season ends. Naahville,Tenn. "When I was going It isn't necessary to have a stuffed onmilitary situation, points out forts. Many a ball team can boast of "When I camo hero at the begin- of tho head, running nose. To cough your through the Change of Lifo I had a tu player, but for tho ning of the season I was given two his reasons for believing that tho mor as largo as a ly ono first-clas- s If lllnls of a Feather. head off as it wero. All you need child's head. The first tlmo lu .hiBtory hero Is a ball baseballs. Theso aro now rapped war is not near its end and discusses A small boy astride ot a donkey do is to use Dr. Doll's arming of the Allied armies for doctor said it was team consisting of Just ono man. Ho out, and I havo put In a requisition tho was taking some supplies to au army Tho soothing and healing bajsams threo years comnSg Is pitcher, short-stoev1918. outfielder more. Sometimes I havo com- 1917 and cloggod atr passages and In camp in Texas not long ego, and got tor open tho and gavo me modi-cin- e "Our superiority in tho field," erything. No chanco for petty rival- pany, and sometimes I don't. At a short tlmo you got relref and etart for it until I 3Ki-"ir!Sr2Li2: -Sbo benched for a times a few 'grass-eater- s wander In "- -was called away ry, no chanco to on tho road to recovery. Your noso " scrub substitute, no erratic pitcher to hero, and at such times I manage to it does not glvo us that annihilating Ing past. from tho city for stops running, you cough lea and At other preponderance necessary for victory. some time. Of catch for ho Is the wholo team. get a good work-ou- t. Tho lad dismounted and held tho you know you aro getting hotter. Got I could not This remarkable mau la Ilupert Mills, times when I hit tho ball I havo to Noxt spring, having completed our bridle of tho donkey tightly In his course a bottlo, ubo as directed. Koop what go to him then, bo and ho Is tho Newark team ot the chabe It myself. Dut I'm doing tho own supplies, wo cau set to work to hand. la loft as a cough and cold insurmy sister-in-latold Federal League. Ho Is practically 2 conscientiously, and If arm Russia with a will. Wo can fit "Why aro you holding on to your ance. , if i S&tlT ' me that sho thought all that Is left of tho league, and tho whole thing armies for 1917 and 1918, a group of wero given a chanco to play ball to- out tho tho brother so hard? asked B. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- way ho comes to star In lonely glory I Lydia must, In the end, crush morrow, I should bo In perfect trim." which soldiers who wero standing near and When Matches Were Rare. pound would euro It. It helped both musical-comed- y most frantic efforts ot tho Central plot. Literary Digest. wanted to teaso tho country boy. Loss than a century ago tho "in tho Change of Life and tho tumor and sounds like a Powers, and, as wo can last so long, containing when I got homo I dltZ not nral Vic doctor. A writer In tho Now York World tells "I'm afraid ho might enlist," said stantaneous light box" or longer It necessary, wo can bo Scientific. batting an eyelash. soven dozon Congrove, matches, which I took tho Pinkhnm remedies until tho what he learned about tho situation nothing but tho com- tho lad, without ' ball team him"Funny thing about debts, isn't satisfied with wero Ignited by drawing them bo- - tumor was gone, tho doctor said, and I fiqm tho lips ot tho plete satisfaction of our demands. seeking tho It?" romarked tho Old Fogy. twoon a fold of sandpaper, sold for havo not felt It since. I tell every ono self. Ho tells us of "The Allies will end tho war as how I was cured. If this letter will player in tho wilds of the ball park: Is?" asked tho Grouch. accord"What a shilling a box In England, FOR FLETCHER'S help others you aro welcome to use It." field and ask you contract thorn such formldablo military powers and When I ontered tho "Why, tho moro ing to an exchange. Thoy did not supplied with tho Mrs. E. H. Bean, 626 Joseph Avenue, ed a youngster where Rupert Mills I they failed tho moro they expand," replied tho so superabundantly bavo a wldo sale becauso Nashville, Tenn. voterauB and materials that, falling was ho answered: Old Fogy. Fight. light, half of tho tlmo, and whejj to Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable ComConsiderate. ' -t somo gross ncgllgcnco on tho part ' "Oh, up on tho roof of tho grand i they did Ignlto tho stench of the pound, n pure remedy containing tha "A big strong mau llko you ought Revised at Second. of our Governments during tho poaco ho added with chemicals wore such that the airing extractive properties of good old fosh-ion- stand." And then Henry It was a caso of love at parleys, Germany will never bo ablo to bo ashamed to beg. Why dont roots nnd herb3, meets tho needs groat earnestness: "Yes, ho Is, no of tho room was necessary. Lucifer you work for a livlug?" to faco a war agalu in our tlmo. first sight with mo. basoball." ' matches wero not sold generally un- of woman's system at tills critical period klddln after a "It's this way, lady. I don't feel why dldnlt you soldiers firmly bellevo tho "Many Richard Then of her life. Try it And so ho was, sure enough. Pres til near tho middle of ho last cenpoliticians will sell out In tho end. as if It would be. right for mo to do marry her? tlicro 1 tiny symptom In your ently no camo BiiuuiB uuwu uuu If tury. At that tlmo each match was vnso which puzzles you, write to Henry I saw her again on sever- Dut this opinion Is certaluly wrong, somo other man out pf a Job as long up tho root ot a stick whittled by hand, and the tlm tfyilin H. IMiiUhum Mcdlcluo tho pillars that hold for tho force of public opinion bo- - as I can got along without It." leapt over the rail- - al occasions. Puck, , tho grand stand, cost of mahufaqturo was aucU that Co., Lynu, Situs, ; w well-to-d- THOUSANDS SEE U-BOAT roOTSSMQ$SSSSroSra& ' I , Ladies' Shirt I Wedst SeJe $1.00 75c 50c it I $1.25 Shirt Waist sulll-ciont'- tu cr 89c 75c 50c ; 39c . Hub Clothing Co. HARTFORD, KY. lJ i Iron-boun- jGSS'VWV5rSS ?1,-20- Certainly Buy a Johnston j t e i Carry complete any repairs - A. B. Row 6c Son Centertcnytt Ky. 5, sur-vlv- ' Vanderbilt Training School, for Boys s ELKTON, KY. 5 5 S MITHENEY & BTTS HOW MRS. BEAN ball-playe- MET THE CRISIS lIllMMIIIIMmi ey pa p, - i Children Ory C ASTO R A ed ( Hartford Republican. Entrrwl Bartfoitl, Kj.. roorrtlnn to Iftw nt the PoMotllc of tlie mull Wttr thM, Editor AUJBON J. HARNETT TV. S. TIN8LEY,. .Business .Manager Address all communications The Hartford Republican. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS dotting the pajwr t to SstMieritivni to n tim rwjot. ddifM inoet Klve the old uildn-- In uinUtu; tbf liontiicM Locnl nml NotlcM 10c per line nnil f.c ami Curd of Thitik;fi.-pe- r ObHanrlen. Hue, money In ndrnnce. pw (eo frre, but othei CbirLh Notloe lor line. dTPrtlementn. fie will rerelre no Anonjmon commnnl-ntloMention yet line lor encli niMltlnnul Inwrtlon. fore ho tvoulil appoint a Republican election commlRsloner, one of tho duties that ho swore to perform when he took the oath of office ns Governor of Kentucky. Not until tho day beforo the suit was to he filed was the appointment made. The delay Is said to he partly due to the fact that the Governor was seeking- - a whisky Republican for the Job. Dem- nrrntH who believe In fair play aro disgusted, ns well as Republicans, over the actions Xt Stanley In tho regime mess. The Stnnlcy-Cantrl- ll Is fastly losing Its strength and of this iact Mr. Stanley will bo made personally acquainted when he makes the race for the Senate. COUNTY REPUDLiBAN COMMITTEE MEETS' HEADS OK OHIO COUNTY E.VECUT1VE COMMITTEE WITH I.. II. COND1T ORGANIZE. ' NEW COAT SUITS 1 aj Congressman J. Campbell Cantrill and other Democratic Congressmen have been sending out campaign without paying any postago whatever. By use of what Is called 123 CvmartazleAS. the frank Congressmen are permitCO STaxxaata ted to send out official business letters, etc., without postage, but It Is FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1. strictly a violation of the law to Tho letter, misuse this privilege. which the people aro paying postago TICKET. REPUBLICAN on, Is an ordinary Democratic campaign letter signed by Mr. Cantrill. President, For j We have received at this office a CHARLES EVANS HUGHES. speech In defense of Wilson's poliFor VIco President, the frank of a MississCHARLES WARREN FAIRBANKS. cies under ippi congressman that should have For Congress, carried the usual stamp as It was JOHN P. HASWELL, JR. Sent out for campaign purposes. The " ' For County Attorney, abuse of this privilege will cost the i A. D. KIRK. Democratic party many a vote. it ro HAVE THEY LOWERED IT? ious problem in every American The Republican party In its home. platform attempts to escape from responsibility for present conditions by denying that they are due to a protective tariff. Wo take issue with them on this subject and charge that excessive prices result in large measure from the high tariff laws enacted by the Republican party." From the Democratic National platform adopted at Baltimore in June, 1912. The cost of living at that time was considered high, but under the present Democratic administration It has gone still higher and the problem of the "American horna" is greater than ever before. They promised to reduce this cost but they have failed to make good their promise. Your opportunity of protesting will present Itself in November. "The high cost of living Is a ser- Cantrill 1 Is sure "frank" about it. The big railroad strike, Involving 40.000 men. will begin Monday, It is announced, unless an agreement Is reached before that date. Absolutely no progress toward an agreement has been made during the days of wrangling. President Wilson and the railroad employes demand an eight hour day while the employers contend that such a concession Is ImThe president hinted practicable. to the railroad officials that the Com merce Commission would permit a raise of freight rates if tho demands were .complied with. If that is what it takes to get the eight hour day we are against it. Our freight rates are high enough. There arc very few men in Ohio county drawing as much money for their labor as the average railroad conductor and It is not right to impose a larger freight rate upon them in order to shorten the hours of the man who works fewer hours for more money. The strike Is call ed for Monday. All wo can do Is to watch and wait and hope, altho we have seen watchful waiting policies result In complete failure. o-- o E. G. Barrass and W. S. Tlnsley, Chairman nnd Secretary, respectively, of tho Ohio County Republican Exccutlvo Committee, having heretofore agreed upon and selected Mr. L. II. Condlt, of Point Pleasant ns Chairman of tho Ohio County Cam paign Committee, met with Mr. Con- -' tilt on yesterday and completed the organization oi me saiu campaign i Committee for coming campaign. Tho personnel of the committee is ns follows: L. 11. Condlt, Chairman; M. L. Hcnvrln, Secretary; Dr. A. B. Riley, and Otto C. Martin, Assistants; John Dr. Wlllard C. Mnson, Fordsvillo; Lake, Simmons; Jas. D. Taylor, Beaver Dam, Route 3, and Dan MltcheH, Hartford, Route 0. It would be very difficult to select a more thorough and energetic comall of mittee thnn the foregoing, whom are good men and amply qualified for their positions which are of trust and confidence. Headquarters will be opened at once and thorough and systematic organization completed at an early date. We feel that Ohio County Republicans aro to be congratulated In securing the above campaign committee. i I a && xmarr evJSBsP ' " iw For fall and winter are ready for your inspection. Notwithstanding the scarcity and high cost of piece goods, we are showing a most wonderful assortment of high grade Ladies' Ready-toWea- r. Early Shoppers I Ihk tH It in this line will save money, as every week shows further ad- vances in merchandise. You will appreciate our Suits at $15.00, $17.50, $20.00, $22.50, $35 $30 B " i t ... .. WOOD HEADS .JOINT HOARD TO TEST HAMMOND DEVICE V Won't you give us an opportunity to show you our suits? President Wilson has decided to try Lansing on that big Mexican boil. No, Johnny hasn't lost any dear relatives recently. The absence of the cheerful smile is due to the fact that school begins Monday. The last strike is about to be called on Wilson. It's about timo that he retire to the players bench and let someone else bat awhile. In an attempt at suicide a Dawson Springs man placed himself in front of an approaching train, his head on one rail and feet on the other. While unsuccessful in his efforts he had the consolation of being bruised pretty badly. John P. Haswell, Jr., candidate lor Congress in tho Fourth District, Is eaid to be making a vigorous campaign in tho upper part of tho District. Mr. Haswell Is a good orator but will make no speeches until after the address of Mr. Hughes September Cth. He expects to spend considerable tlmo In Ohio county later in the campaign. There will be no campaign speeches made In Kentucky by Republicans until after tho opening gun Is fired by Hughes September G. After the candidate has formally opened his campaign In this State, however, the machine guns will let go. Ammunition was never moro plentiful for tho attack whllo tho past record, the platform of principles and the splendid candidate will do for the defense. Ohio county wants Morrow for at least two speeches nnd her desires no doubt will be met by the bureau and Mr. Morrow. The Ohio county boys pig contest held at Hartford yeaterday was tho best ever held hero and County Agent Jlrowder deserves much credit for the interest ho has succeeded In arousing lu tho boys In tho coutity. It Is great for tho farmer to learn tho things ho will naturally learn about fanning in these contests while ho is young. By doing so ho is enabled to profit by his experiments when his llvllhood depends upon his knowledge. A great Improvement In Ohio county awlnu Is bound to result from the pig contests at tho present rate of interest, and Demonstrator Browd-o- r not only demonstrates tho problems of the farmer but ho demonstrates his value to Ohio county. tauley with an Injunction It was necessary to threaten Gov. be-- suit Mr. Hushes and The Tariff". Thus far In his Western tour Mr. Hughes has not given the Tarllf a very large place in his speeches. But what he has said is worth reading. For example, at Detroit, August 7: The Republican party stands not for a .prosperity produced by war, but a prosperity produced by a sound American principle. This Is a proposition well worth We hope Mr. enlarging upon. Hughes will see his way clear to expand it. He might add, as tho New York Evening Sun does.this thought: No income tax plunder to back up a business wrecking Tariff! In his Chicago speech, of August S. Mr. Hughes used his hammer more effectively Hi nailing the foolish pre sumption that tho party of Free-Trad- e is veering toward Protection Tho fact is, as Mr. Hughes contends, that Is a case of cowardice rather than a case of conversion to sound and sane policy. At Chicago Mr. Hughes said: You must have regard for tho economic independence of this country. Wo have learned a few things of late. Those who were talking Tariff for revenue only are now whispering very softly about n Tariff commission. A little whllo ago wo heard In the Democratic platform pf 1912 that it was contrary to tho Constitution of the United Sates to have a Proectlvo Tariff. That was In effect of course not In words, but the words mean simply this they say, in effect now, that the European war has changed tho Constitution of tho United States. They have been preaching a, doctrine for generations which, looking at what they call tho economic revolution produced by tho great conflict abroad, they hardly utter today. But do you think they aro converted? Don't you trust them a little minute with Protecting American Industry; they haven't got It in tho bones, and they go up to it like a skittish horse to a brass band. You couldn't get a decent Protectionist measure out of a Democratic Congress organized any more than you could get a revival sermon out of a disorderly house. You can't do It. There never was, and thoro novcr will be, a symmetrical and Intelligent Tariff law, much less a Protec tive Tariff law, enacted by a Free- Trado Congress. The only way to get a sensible, practical, offectlvo Tariff for Protection Is to stop electto .Congress. ing American Economist. Free-Traders Washington, Aug., 29. MaJ. Gen. Wood, commanding the Leonard army's Eastern department, has been appointed head of a Joint army and navy board, to pass Judgment upon d torpedo, provisthe ion for the purchase of which from the Inventor, John Hays Hammond Jr., Is made In the Fortifications Bill, recently passed by Congress If the board reports favorably and President Wilson approves, the War Department is authorized to expend ?750,000 for the purchase of the exclusive right to manufacture the device. Members of Gen. Wood's committee, aro Capt. John A. Hoogewerff, Commander David W. Todd and Lieut. Joseph V. Ogan, of the navy,. and Lieut. Col. George O. Squler, Signal Corps, and Capt. Fulton Q. C. Gardner, coast artillery. The Hammond Invention, ls designed to give an additional weapon for coast defense. Army officers witbefore recomnessed experiments mending the purchase of the appliance, during which a small motor boat was driven in any direction at a distance of several miles from shore, responding instantly to the will of a radio operator in tho shore station. It is planned to use It to attack hostile battleships, the operator remaining either at a shore station or directing torpedoes from an aeroplane equipped with a radio apparadio-controlle- Ll m P. Barnes (EL Bro. BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. HARTFORD COLLEGE Begins Its 37th Year formation ns to the part played in tho game by Rear Admiral Helm's submarine flotilla. Admiral Benson declared, however, that when the department's plans for establishing submarine bases along both coasts, with a fleet of submarines stationed at each, such a result ns the landing of hostile troops, the mission which the Red fleet under Rear Admiral Mayo theoretically accomplished, would be impossible. The progressive schedule of war games for tho navy contemplates a great joint operation with the army in studying out the problem of meeting an invader. It was impossible this year to attempt any such maneuver because tho army was busy on the Mexican border. OVERNIGHT CITIES AYTLL SOON HE SPRINGING UP I MONDAY, SEPT. 4, 1916. HB 111 I 111 H IK Iice Pres; Whltcsburg, Ky., Aug. 29. The al-- ratus. 18 VILLA BANDITS SHOT FOLLOWING COURT-MARTIA- L Chihuahua City, Aug. 2S. In fight with a band of Villa followers at Corralltos, close to tho Durango line, the forces of Gen. Domingo took eighteen prisoners, who were immediately tried by a drumand shot, accordhead court-martiing to official reports received today by Gen. Trevlno. The body of tho notorious bandit, Femiza, found among tho rebels slain, was takan into the town of Matamoras, near Toreon, and hung up In the plaza as an object lesson to Villa sympathizers". Nono of tho prisoners taken in this fight or those taken In tho action nt Satevo a few days ago, was able to say whether or not Villa was alive. Col. Campos, of the Arrleta Brigade, was dangerously wounded. It was nt Corralltos that Gen. Ignaclo Ramos was killed by Villa's men a short tlmo ago. al Elkhorn Mining Corporation and 1 lied interests of New York, through capitalist, Jere H. the millionaire Wheclrlght, and other officials of the company, are preparing, and in some instances starting the work of development along tho Left Fork of Beaver Creek north of here on the "Overnight" a Knott county border. I Under the new law those entering High School before they are twenty will receive free tuition 'till they finish. Enter now and avail yourself of these opportunities, For further information, call or address H. t ( I.. Brown, Pres, or Henry Leach, J Ar-rle- ta cities will be springing up within tho course of a few days millions of dol-- 1 lars to be expended In tho work- destined to far eclipse anything yet unucruiKeii in me eastern ivenmcKy coal fields even surpassing tho phe- uomenal development of tho Consolidation Coal Company nround Jenkins and McRoberts In the Elkhorn field of this (Letcher) county. 10,(1(10 J t , DOLLAR AND A HALF WHEAT 1.30 for September wheat In tho Chicago Market! A dollar iiuil half for rush wheat before tho rattle of tho thresher has died ait ay In tho winter wheat belt. By September 1st wheat generally touches Its lowest point. Tho winter wheat Is then on the market and spring wheat Is pressing hard for halo. A dollar and a half for September whc.it makes us think. In 11)1 1 with a billion hiihhel nop, wheat toppled the market in February at $t.(7. With a crop In HMO ouc-tlilr-d less nnd with no reserves, wheat soiling for a dollar and a half, makes us think there is something good In a 11)17 crop of wheat to our Farmers. loot's get busy and make a bumper crop In 1017 which will mean bumper dollars. In order to reap tho best results on a wheat crop In this country farmers should use the best and that Is DAYBREAK, which wo will offer to jou for cash at prices that can not be duplicate!. See us1 and place jour orders now, so that wo ran get the goods to you in duo time. Fei-tlllie- r MOVIE "SUPERS" STRIKE FOR HIGHER WAGES AVAR GAME SHOWED NEED OK FLYERS, SAYS BENSON Washington, Aug. 28. Comcntlng y on tho big naval war game played last week, Rear Admiral Benson, chief of operations, said tho vital lesson demonstrated was the need of aircraft for scouting purposes and also tho urgent necessity of adding battle and 6Cout cruisers to tho fleet. Although the aeroplane ship North Carolina participated In tho game as a scout, none of her hydro-aer- o planes was regarded as safo for use Admiral Benson said tho sea. of fludlng the best type of pontoon for tho machines, mlnimlz- ing tho danger on landing, was bolng given concentrated attention Ify navy experts and that results were to bo expected soon. The department Is still without In- - New York, Aug. 28. Ten thousand New York moving picture "supers" have banded together and will strike If necessary to obtain wage Increases and better working condi tions, Louis Storm, under whoso direction tho organization was formed, announced. Tho union has the sanction of tho American Federation of Labor, it was said. Stern said tho entrance of agents into tho moving picture "super" had brought wago do- business creases. An agent, he said, receives a certain amount a day for each man he supplies to the film company, and then pays tho "super" only a fraction of this sum. A proposed scalo of wages demand $7.50 a day as a maximum wage. ACTON BROS., Hartford, Ky. Ohio County Fair While J Gemma Mulo Objects. Columbus, Ind., Aug. 29. Thom as Damerot, who Is buying mules in Bartholomew county tor a St. Louis, Mo., firm for use in tho English ar-my, bought one from a Oerraan Jesso Haydcn, er near hero 20, was engaged to ride tno muie to this city, and, although tho animal was broken to rldo, as soon as tho youth mounted ho was thrown to tho ground and kicked by tho mulo, his right log being brokeii. farm-probleto-da- y. Don't Forget S. at the jj X at m to call at the Sheriffs Office and pay your taxes and save the penalty and extra cost. Yours respectfully, 0. KEOWN, Sheriff. f a Big Reduction Now that the summer days will soon bo a thing of the past, wo aro making big reductions in all Bpring and summer merchandise. Not too late for you to buy, but too late for us to replenish our fine summer stock, so every yard of our spring Merchandise is now reduced. Plenty of plain and fancy Voiles, Organdies, Lawns, etc., including the much-sought-fAwning Stripe Wide Stripo Skirtings, also white materials for skirts, as well as a complete line of Silks and Woolens. Messrs. Watt nnd Dink Taylor, of Polpt I'lcasnnt, were hero yesterday. Mr Shelby Stevens arrived from Lo'uIhvIIIc yesterday afternoon for a visit with his mother, Mrs. Laura Stevens. CONSTABLE CHARGED WITH KILLING LEE The New Fall Lines Are Arriving Daily. And, of course, our first though is to FATHER OK DEAD MAN SWEARS Mr. and Mrs. Ned Turlcy and lit- -, TO WAUHANT FOR ARREST nave, returned to urccnvino tic son OK C. L. WEDDING. after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Williams. 4 7 V ? p- - f Mr. William Moore, who spent the Some weeks ngo Constable C. W. summer In Pittsburg, Is at homo for Wedding, of Dundee, served a war' a few days beforo returning to his rant of arrest upon young Ferdle ' school nt I.nxlnetnn. Lee, of near Dundee. Wedding was Messrs. F. J. Hurd and N. W. Gen reading tho warrant when Lee ran try, wiiu uio mciicury jukii dciiuui, away, going toward Uouh river. The and Mr. A. M. Smith, of McHenry, Constable proceeded to fire his pistol two or thrco times hoping to were In Hartford yesterday. stop tho fleeing defendant, but ho J. S. Hilton, secretary of tho Widows and Orphans Homo of tho Chris- - continued townrd the river bank and ns It later developed, plunged In, tho t tlan church at I.oulsvlllo will speak no one knew It at the time. Sun-- J at tho First Christian church This happened on Thursday evenday evening. llcv. Harlan will fill I St. ing nnd as Mr. Lee failed to show his regular appointment at up on the next day fears were enCharles. or tertained that something serious had Messrs.T. H. Mack, It. E. Leo happened. Search was made In the Slmmcrman and Allison Barnctt at- - river by various parties and the body ! tended the Ilockport (Iiid.) Fair Fri- of Lee floated up upon the mill dam day and Saturday In tho Interest of on Saturday morning near day break, the Ohio County Fair. perhaps Just before. Coroner A. B. Riley was called to The Bank of Hartford has Install- ' adding machine. view the remains nnd after he and cd a new Burroughs Charming Effect in Georgette MeCill Pattern No. 7329, rne of the The machine is one of tho latest Drs. Duff and Godsey had Inspected many new tloigni Jor Scptrmbct ' It the body and after witnesses had models for balancing accounts. is so complete that It automatically been examined a coroner's verdict of locks on overdrafts and by the touch nccldentnl drowning was rendered. Mr. S. A. Lee, father of the deof a button the exact amount Is rcg- ' ceased, came to town a few days Istered. in Percales, Ginghams, Etc., all very desirable ago and made (affidavit, charging of tho Ohio Constable Wedding with murdering Tho management for children's school wear. County Fair company considers itself Leo and a warrant was Issued. Wed' fortunate In securing tho services of ding, upon being notified of the war! now in ' Children's Ladies' the Owensboro Band for tho fair Sep-- l rant came to Hartford yesterday and SPECIAL OFFERING SHOES. Men's LOW-CU- T tember 21 to 23. This band Is well placed himself In the hands of the j known In Ohio county, it having tho Sheriff. He went before County Wo carry McCall patterns in stock, and have a played for the old fairs of Judge Wilson, who fixed his bond at dnys and It will prove n big drawing $250.00, which he promptly executcompetent corps of salesladies to give you every atcard for the big show this year. ed for his appearance before the next tention. Don't forget this, and Remember that Mr. Hooker Williams left Wednes- grand Jury for Investigation. day morning for Frankfort, where SiiRar, Cheapest In The Country. he has been appointed a guard at For a short time we will give the Stato prison. Ho resigned as Elgin, to go to the with each 16 size, marshal of Hartford Case Watch nt $5.50, an or' capltol. Mr. Williams stated before s. of Sugar leaving that ho would not accept the der for $1.00 worth, ' at J. C. Iler's. This Is to Introduce place until he had made Investiganew model neat, durable, fine tions. His family will remain hero this g Gents' Watch, which for the present. used to sell at $7,00. If you ever Pastor B. W. Napier will fill his Intend to own a watch, don't let this ' appointment at the Methodist church pass, as the like Is rarely offered. here next Sunday morning and night. Also Just received a splendid line Subject Sunday morning, "Paul s of fine Watches, Watch Bracelets, Idea of Pastoral Authority." Sun- Jewelry, Kodaks, Films and Supplies day night, "Tho Satisfying Power of nnd If you buy any of these before There aro seeing our line, you loose. Prbmpt a Great Aspiration." only two more appointments before attention given mall and telephone Conference. Everybody invited, and orders. We test eyes nnd fit glasses. especially let ovcry member try to J. B. TAPPAN, Miss lone Hcderlck has returned' be present. Jeweler and Optician, from a visit In Owensboro. Hartrord, Ky. At a meeting of tlic City Council 7t4" Mrs. W. C. Blankenship is spend- Monday night W. H. Burton was FRIDAY, SEITEMHER 1. HUGHES TO BE MOVIE STAR ing a few days in Louisville. elected chief of police of Hartford KOR CAMPAIGN PURPOSES unexpired term of Itlley and children are to fill out the Mrs. h., II. & ST. L. It. It. TIME TABLE. visiting It. It. Burton Hooker Williams, resigned. friends near Owensboro. New York, August 27. Both ReNo. 113 due at Ellmitch 8:32 p.m. has accepted and already has plans publicans and Democrats are preNo. 110 due at Ellmitch 7:30 a.m. Mrs. Arvllle Bennett and daughter under way for cleaning up tho town paring to, make extensive use of tho No. 112 Lv. Ellmitch .. 3:40 p.m. have 'returned from a visit to' OklaHo has and making Improvements. "movies" in the presidential battle. Ar. Irvington .. C:3G p.m. homa. the reputation of taking great InterThe Republicans have been work-In- s Lv. Irvington .. 5:G6 p.m. forget that the Ohio County est In any Undertaking with which Don't for a month on their plan for the Ar. Louisville . 7:40 p.m. Fa'ir will be held in Hartford Sept, he is connected and he will make tho movies. Everett Colby, one of the No. Ill Lv. Louisville .. 8:35 a.m. good official. city a Progressive members of tho RepubAr. Irvington ..10: 06' a. m. Tho samo company that made the lican campaign committed, closed a Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Taylor, of Lv. Irvington ..10:40 a.m. 1:04 p. m. Greenville, arc visiting relatives In Ohio County fairs famous will be in contract today, It was said, for a pho Ar. Ellmitch full charge of tho fair this year. The toplay that will depict different phasHartford. M., II. & E. R. It. TIME TABLE. Mrs. W. H. Ilhoads Is visiting her Owensboro Band, one of the best in es and issues in the campaign und South Bound, No. 115 the Stale will make music. Good 1 ring in the big features. 8:45 a. m. sister, Mrs. Jno. T. Moore In Due at Hartford show rings, fine floral hall exhibits, Charles E. Hughes will play the North Bound, No. 114 thrilling races and amusements of leading role in the play, with Col. p. m. 5:55 Due at Hartford Mr. Hoyt Taylor, of Greenville, S. your arrangements It. (Both "Mixed Trains.) C, Is visiting friends and relatives all kinds.be Make Nothing will bo Theodore Roosevelt and Williamboth there. now to chairman, Wlllcox, national in Hartford. loft undone to make September 21- - cast for star parts, according to tho Lloyd Eldy Ward, of route 3, is days long to be remembered. announced plan. 3 Mrs. J. visiting his grand-mothe- r, a. Tell your friends that you will meet A. Bennett. them at the prettiest fair grounds in Where aro you going, my pretty i: Personal News maid? .Mrs. Pearl Yelser has returned tho State. from a visit to Greenville and DawTo tho Ohio County Fair, kind 6lr," Miss Murium Holbrook entertained I: and Social Euents, son Springs. ' she said, Friday evening with a lawn party for "To hear the music and see tho show, Mr. and Mrs. Warner Pursley and her guests, Misses Mary Anderson, The place where all wise people son have returned to Cadiz after a of Louisville, and Mary Smith, of go." visit with relatives hero. evenA very pleasant Fordsvllle. a Miss Margaret Williamson returning was enjoyed by tho following: Mr. It. J. Duff, of Dundee, was Arretted In Men's Clothes. ed to Wyeox Wednesday morning Misses Mary Anderson, Mary Smith, Maysvlllo. Ky.. Aug. 28. A story hero yesterday. after a visit with Miss Leila Glenn. Mattye Duke, Nancy Ford, Lucllo of a wife who would not leave her was Esq. W. S. Dean, of Dundee, Judgo W. H. Barnes was In Lou- Pirtle, Leila Glenn, Gayle Tichenor, husband when he was on his uppers hero yesterday. isville, Dawson. Springs and other Winnie Davis Slmmerman, Margaret is tho story of a young couple arrest Dr .J. A. Dult, Dundee, was in Western Kentucky towns this tyeok. Williamson, Mary Carson and Eliza- ed hero when It was discovered that Hartford yesterday. Little Miss Helen llenfrow has re- beth Mooro. Messrs. Estill Burnett, tho woman was wearing men's cloth was in turned after a visit with her father Cecil Felix, Harold Holbrook, James ing, consisting of overalls, a shirt L. II. Condlt, Pt. Pleasant, at Llvermoro and relatives at Dun- Glenn, Arthur Kirk, Vernon Ligon. and cap. Hartford yesterday. Glenn Barnes, Koyce Iglehnrt, Parke The young man was employed In "ller will pay 22c per dozen for dee. Fred May, Hamilton Morton, Cincinnati, but on account of a strike Mrs. Inez M. Grillln after spending Taylor, Hggs Friday and Saturday. McDowell Fogle. lost his Job. The man told his wife several weeks with her sister at and Mr. W. W. Itlley returned Mpnday Ilockport, Ono of the most pleasant social ev- he would travel tho country over has returned to Hartfrom a trip to Dawson Springs. Sho ents of tho year was tho theater par- In looking for another Job. ford. cottage, in So ty given by Miss Lolta Glenn Tues- said, "I will go with you." For Kent. A At press hour "Mrs. F." L. Felix, good repair. Apply at this olllco Otf day evening for her visitor, MJs-- they started for Huntington, W va., who is seriously til at. tho home of After being on a freight, train, but wero put off When in Hartford stop at the New her sister in Greenville, was no Margaret Williamson. entertained at the Star tbo party re- hero. The Chamber of Commerce Commercial Hotel, Isaac Foster, better. 7t tired to tho homo of Miss Glenn, provided funds for their transporta15 barrels Brite Mawnln, first patwhere u delightful luncheon was tion to Huntington. nock-po- rt Attorney A. D. Kirk was in ent Flour In wood, Friday and Saton urday only, for $7.50 per barrel at served. Tho following were the Wednesday and Thursday Misses Mar- TRUNK CONTAINING ASHES guests of tho evening: business. Iler's. OK HUSBAND DISAPPEARS garet Williamson, Eddlth Duke, Eillo . Mr. J. "Ellis Mitchell, of Dundee, Thomas A. Edison, tho world's Duke, Gorln Flencr, Mary Anderson, was here yesterday for tho pig club greatest genius says the mind must Gayle Tichenor, Winnie Davis SlmCincinnati. O., Aug. 26. The dis contest. have recreation. Forget your wor- merman, Norlno Barnett, Elizabeth appearance of a trunk from her room Miss Louise" Phlpps has returned ries for a fow days and attend the Moore, Marlam Holbrook, Lucllo Pir- in the Bremon hotel, containing the from an extended visit to relatives Ohio County Fair Sept. 21 to 23. tle, Muttyo Duke, Nancy Ford und ashes of her husband, John Rankin, years old, who died June In Nashvlllo. I'm still doing business at the samo Louise Phlpps; Messrs. Itoyco Igle-har- t, forty-sove- n Parke Taylor, Estill Barnett, 25, was reported to the police by old stand, T.'ltrna'rnardwill return to Mrs. Sho told Meats, Vegetables and Groceries al- Arthur Kirk, Hamilton Morton, of Mrs. Borthu Rankin. Island today after a short visit with she was Informed the police ways on hand. Nashvlllo: Hoyt Taylor, James Glenn, and Mrs. C. O. Hunter. Mr. Llgou, had ordered the trunk to bo removMr. Narrtndley, of Point Pleas- Goods, prices and treatment asln tho Harold Holbrook, Vornon days iot yore' Claron Flener, William Mooro, Mc- ed. No such order was Issued to look over ant, was hero yebterday Found at the market of your Dowell Foglo, Cecil Follx nnd Alli- through tho police department, she tho display of pigs at the boys' was told. son Barnett, friend, E. P. MOORE. J I get rid of our Summer room tor Fall Goods. Goods and make Our Entire Stock ol Lawns at , duced Prices. 71-2- , 5c Lawns at31-2- c 10c Lawns at c 15c Lawns at 10c 25c Lawns at 15c per yard. per yard. per yard. per yard. Short Lengths Also our line of Fancy Parasols at great reduction. have received a shipment of New Fall Ginghams for School presses. Get the kiddies ready in time. We J ! by-go- It Pays To Trade With a House That Saves You Money. ne Fine Fall Toile de Nord splendid pattern assortment, per yard 15c 27-inch 1 12-lb- 2kzz2'Ca time-keepin- I Carsori Eim '5 L & arecsrcnATsa Co, m v Hartford, "Ky- FIT ah Hartford Republican. North Court Square, Hartford. Ky. Is the Place to Buy Fresh Groceries of all Kinds. 3. ... Agency for SELECT FLOUR. Salmon 3 cans for 25c. Lenox Soap 7 bars, 25c. NELSON'S SPECIAL COFFEE 25c per It). guaranteed Gold Watch and Ticket for a Chain given FREE with each pound of ten-year this "CoiFee sold. Ellza-bethtow- n. 22-2- I Beaver Dai School 1 -- OPENS- September 4, 1916 All outside pupils holding common school diplomas may attend the High School FREE. All departments aro open to outside pupils. Those prepared to enter High School are cially urged to matriculate September 4th. For further information, address espe- - CLAUDE SHULTZ, 0 0 gj Beaver Dam, Ky. awoke to the necessity preparedness. pro-plct- 175,000 MEN NAVY'S NEED IN CASE WAIt IS DECLARED far acfequnte Aur. 28. "In San DIogo, Cal tho event of war the United States navy would need at once 175,000 trained men," was the statement made on Sunday by Rear Admiral William F. Kullam commandcr-ln-chlof tho Pacific reserve tleet, In an address delivered here on board Dakota to the civ I tho cruiser South ilian volunteers who are undergoing naval training. The admiral expressed surprise that tho people on tho west coast took so llttlo Interest In the unprotected stato of their coat line, and time thoy that- - It was declared et REiaTIVES FIND CORPSE! OF AGED MAN MUCH ALIVK Dig Sandy, Ky Aug. 2C T. IX Hoggs and his family of Potter, la EU-phsomo way received a report Doggs had died near BJaina. procured an automs&a ltelutlves and drove out there, expecting; la at- -' tend the funoral. Coining fa stc&t of the houso they saw the- vewlH old gentleman sitting; on hf pordi ' enjoying llfo much as usual--- I Ho Is 84 years old and-- wuk d- llghted to have the famllr visit him, tnt us - BaKy musical treat at state fair by natielio's royal hussar band ) GERMANY TO HOLD CONQUERED DOMAIN things that do not appear In Its platform of 101G. Among theso aro: No mention of a slnglo term for HOTEL Professional t Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law 1 HARTFORD, KY. Will praotlco his profession la UiU and adjoining counties. Commercial and Criminal Practice a Specialty. T V.l)EHTllATTO.N' Cromwell, Ky OTTOO. MAltrlN llnrllon, Ky. ,3 Marianne Conway and Slgnor Ernesto Natlello. high-clasattention wherever the Natlello Band , a now instrutho famous appears is tho THIRTY-FIV- including Slgnor Ernesto ment. It is played like a piano and Natiollo and noted soloists and has a rich tono that can bo heard at great distance. This band is tho first constitutes tho Instrumentalists, in Its equipRoyal Hussar Band that will to include tho Una-Fobe the big feature at the Kentucky ment. Leader of Ability. The Stato Fair September Ernesto Natlello, leader of the celemanagement was very fortunato in pieces bearcecurlng this band, for there is none brated band of thirty-fivletter in tho country. AH the men ing his name, which will be a feature frill be attired in white Hussar uni- of tho Kentucky State Fair, was born forms that give the band a distinc- in Italy in 1878. Six years later his father, Slgnor Antonio Natlello, came tion all its own. Both the band and the soloists to America and was appointed bandn master on tho United States Ship carry out Slgnor Natlello's motto "Give the people tho Brooklyn. He made Ernesto cornet music they want." This gives satisfac- soloist in a band he had organized in tion all around and pleases everyone. Philadelphia. In 1889 Ernesto returned to Europe Tho programs, which aro changed daily, include both popular and classic to finish his musical studies. Attaining tho highest degree of perfection elections. Tho eoloist with the band is on the cornet, young Natlello came Marianne Conway, one of the foremost back to the United States as soloist concert sopranos in tho United States. with the famous Band of Milan. After an American tour, he returned to She has cung with the Boston Theodore Rochmhildt's Or- Naples and enlisted in the Italian chestra, Rich. Max Hormig's Orchestra army, serving as cornetlst In his regiand others of similar standing. Her ment for six months. Then he again to be very fine and came to America and Joined a promivoice is .has a range that enables her to sing all nent band, shortly after which ho recruited a musical organization of bis classes of pieces. A feature that is attracting much own. E s Una-Fon's n 11-1e long-knows, s-- Id NEW SADDLE HORSE STARS To Prance for Prizes in Banner Rings at Coming Kentucky State Fair. pavilion gate3 above, the State Fair management has wide for the entrants announced the more tempting plan of tho four greatest horse listing all the entry moneys in a lump events listed for the four- sum and adding to it for the Champion Saddle Horso stake $1,000 teenth annual Kentucky State Fair, it is in cash and a handsome silver trophy; to be held September urmUed that not one of the proud for both the Kentucky Championship in the Championship Roadster stake and the Kentucky Five Gaited Saddle Horse ring. for- Champion Fine Harness Stake, $500 merly known as the Commissioner of additional to the entry moneys, and in saddle horse stake Saddle Horse the new three-galteAgriculture's the bonus added to the entry money will Stake, held Friday night of tho Fair the Kentucky Championship Roadster be $200. As this stake is new to State Stakes to bo shown Tuesday night of Fair history, the entrants in same will, the Fair the Kentucky Championship ' of necessity, be new to horsemen. In .Fine Harness stakes to bo shown tho flno harness stake the prospects Wednesday night of tho Fair and the aro likewise for now blood. In the sew feature, a Championship Three-Gaite- roadster stakes it is anticipated that Saddle Horse stake, which will the greatest lot of entries ever shown Je shown Saturday afternoon of tho In a like event will be listed for the Fair, will be recognized by horsomen contest. Those who have purchased public as ever having nominations above are: or a horse-lovinperformed on the tanbark oval of the KENTUCKY CHAMPIONSHIP D great Kentucky show ring. While the SADDLE STAKE. Lexington, Ky, list of nominators Includes many of n. E. Moreland Lexington, Ky. of tho Fair it I)!. E. Moreland the former "stand-byPowhatan Farm..rvee Valley, Ky. is well known to tlioso posted in horse Churchman StockDavis.. Charleston. W. Va. & history that a phenomenal number of Kalarama Farm Pptlngneld, Ky. North Mlddletown, Ky. most noted horses of the past de- McCray Bros the Winchester, Ky. G. cade owned by them have departed 'aV. T. Shropshlr wenmonu, Ky. Doty E. from Kentucky borders, among the list W. S. Nlcol Woodburn, Ky. being R. E. Morcland's beautiful Cas- E. D. Moore Columbia, Mo. cade, which has been sold to a Penn- A. G. Jones & Sons. No. Mlddletown, Ky. sylvania horseman; Powhatan Stock CHAMPIONSHIP THREE. GAITED SADDLE STAKE. Farm's RIchlleu King, Kalarama .....Lexington, Ky. R. E. Moreland Farm's brilliant prize winner, Rectlna, It. 15 Moreland Lexington, Ky. who has also been deported to Penn- J. T. Collins & Son, North Mlddletown, Ky, sylvania; W, G. Shropshire's match-le- Walter Baker Lexington, Ky. Hazel Dawn, which was sold two Powhatan Stock Furm..Pewee Valley, Ky. Chicago, IlL seasons ngo to Cuba's president, and J. R. Thompson MoCray Hro Mlddletown. Ky. Jter stable mate, Jack Barrymore, who V. O. Shropshire North Winchester, Ky. . ..uicnmona, jvy. vn recently shipped to California as r. uoiy. Coll mbla. Mo. mbow horse at the Exposition; W. S. E. D. Moore Ky. A. G. Nicoll's Kentucky's Queen; K. D. CasperJones & Sons, No. Mlddletown, Ind. Rushvllle, Johnson Moore's My Idol, sold Into New York; KENTUCKY CHAMPIONSHIP .A. G. Jones & Son's Princess V., who ROADSTER STAKE. has also been shipped to Pennsyl- It. E. Moreland .Lexington, Ky. Lexington, Ky. vania; P. W, Ray's Sunflower, sold It. E. Moreland Rtock Karm..Pewee Valley, into Pennsylvania; Mrs. R. T. Lown- Powhatan Stock Fann..Pewee Valley, Ky. Ky. Powhatan des' famous Mary Yandell Fox and 'J. It. Thompson Chicago, 111 3'eautlful Kentucky's Choice, and Bob I. C. James Harrodibuyr, Ky, Sliaronvllle, Ohio Morcland's Nlcoll Plato, which has 'It. W. Smart Nashville, Tenn. J. L. ltawls been sold Into Missouri. Winchester, Ky. W. CI. Shropshire The above named havo all figured Casper Jolinsun Iluslivllle. inn, Nashville. Tenn. in the celebrated Kenturky State Thos. H. Kzell... Nashville, Tenn. Fair and other noted rings. In Thos. II. Kzell KENTUCKY CHAMPIONSHIP FINE tho flue harness ami throe-nakeHARNESS STAKE. class departod notables of horseLexington, Ky. n. Moreland flesh are Gossip, champion three-caite- it. K. MoieUnd Lexington, Ky. K. mare; Clara Bell, champion fine J. T. Collins & Son. North Mlddletown, Ky. harness mare; Winchester, champion Powhatan Slock Karm..Pewee Valley, Ky. Farm..Pewee Valley, fine harness gelding; Ethel Mac and Powhatan StockDavis. .Charleston, W. Ky. Va, Gladys Confer, champion road marcs, Chuicliman & Richmond, Ky, IC. T. Doty Woodburn, Ky. and Ebony King, champion road maro. W. H. Nlcol Woodburn, Ky. W. S. Nlcol.... Increased Purses. itushvllle, Ind. Oaiper Johnson Instead of offering tho former prize Columbia, Mo. D. Moore award in a flat sum in connection II G. Jones At Sons, No, Mlddletown, Ky, A. , mentioned Thus. II, Itzell NaklnUIe, Ttutt Jth the four features the WHEN Flve-Gaite- d 11-1- Jilgb-eteppc- Flve-Gaite- d d of tho principles TKl.IUTOKY of a protoctlvo tariff. IK SUCCKHSKUIi. No promise to reduce tho high cost of living. No promise to reduce needless that are "sapping tho substance Aug. Berlin, Aug. 24 (via London, containing of tho people," nor is there, any decA proclamation 2G). "promises aro made views on the pcaco conditions which laration that its might be Imposed by Germany la to be kept when in offlco, as well ns to bo relied upon during the published today by "The Independent Committee for a German Peace," 4an organization formed somo time ngo by those considered to be the extreme war advocates in GermaFOR FLETCHER'S ny. The proclamation nsserts that, despite the fact that tho Germnns nnd KENTUCKY FAIR DATES. their allies are holding three kingdoms in their hands, the Entente Alien County Fair, Scottsvlllc, Sepstill talks of tho destruction of the tember German empiro nnd Entente statesBoone, North Kentucky Fair, Flormen continue to indulgo in a flood ence, August 2. of abuse and lies about Germany, Campbell, Campbell County Agriwhilo themselves violating every culture Society, Alexandria, Septemprinciple of international law, forc- ber ing neutrals to enter the war against Carter, Carter County Fair Assotheir better judgment and endeavor- ciation, Grayson, September ing to force into submission, through Christian, Pennyroyal Fair, hunger, millions whom their swords August 2. could not vanquish. Graves, Mayfleld Fair Association, "Our enemies will not succeed," Mayfleld, September "One continues the proclamation. Grayson County, Leltchflcld, Authing they have accomplished Is to gust 2. force upon us tho realization that Hart, Hart County Fnlr, Horse England is our special and most dan- Cave, September gerous enemy. England causes our Henry, Henry County Fair Comenemies to stick together. England pany, Eminence, August leads them. Upon England they de2. pend and will depend more after the Larue, I.aruo County Fair, war. On the wreckage of our empire September England hopes to unfurl tlio banner Logan and Robertson, Adalrvllle, world domination." September of Anglo-Saxo- n Claim Russian Territory. Monroe, Tompkinsvilio Fair, August 2. The document assorts that RusOhio, Ohio County Fair, Hartford, sian territory from tho Baltic to must In the future he Included September 21-2Pendleton, Falmouth, September in the German empire, to serve as a bulwark against tho Russian tenGermany. State Fair, Louisville, September to dency annihilate France's revenge Ideas must constantWnrren, Warren County Fair Asly bo kept In mind, bo that In the West also changes would bo neces- sociation, Bowling Green, September sary. Wayne, Wayne County Fair AssoBelgium in the future, adds the proclamation, cither will be a Ger- ciation, Monticcllo, September man or an English bulwark, so "real Hon- - to Give Good Advice. guarantees" here also are needed. expresThe best way to give good advice The document then cites the sion of Dr. Peter Spahn, leader of tho is to set a good example. When othCatholic Center party In the Reich- ers see how quickly you get over your stag, that "Belgium must He In Ger- cold by taking Chamberlain's Cough man hands militarily, economically Remedy they are likely .to follow your and politically." The proclamation example. This remedy has been In use for many years and enjoys an concludes with the assertion: "England's plan threatens us with excellent reputation. Obtainable evm political and economical helotry. It erywhere, alms at our life as a people and as No Responsibilities. a state. It aims at our culture and "So my daughter has consented t institutions. Energy must be applied regardless of consequences to become your wife. Have you fixed force peace upon this enemy. Let the day of the wedding?" "I will leave that to her." it not come true that, as England "Will you havo a church or a prisays, we will win all the battles, but England will win tho war. With vate wedding?" "Her mother can decide that." von Hlndenburg, let us say it is not "What have you to live on?" only a question of sticking it out, "I will leave that entirely to you, but of winning." sn sir." Yale Record. o CAMPAIGN .COMMENTS. glass, for which we were once, dependent on Germany, is now (By J. H. Thomas.) of the President's note mndo in this country. The Band of Ridicule Nebraska is best suited for the purwriting extends boyond the seas. to him as "all pose. London Punch refers No denunciation t-- TICUTOX WMilj KKKP CAI'TL'I.KIi PKUMAXKNTLY President. No declaration for frco through the Panama Cnnnl, tolls POWHflAN MINGT01 D.C, JJUL OrAMERGAH I of-(l- co yin'a city 'where "good hotels abound, thePowhstsn.hctils the listL. " countfymen.V It It 'finf lajthOiirUf it "STRATT0N & MARTIN Attornoy9 at Law CROMWELL, - KY. Will practlco their profession in thli and djolnlng counties.' Collections. Commercial and Criminal Practlco Prompt Specialty. and vigorous I sorvlco' Notary lu offlco. CtLildren Cry CASTO Rl A 7-- 9. p"aKsphu 'n?"!"ijiii'fe 'TKe TownaUn it refined, and restful. Its excellent location on Pennsylvania Avenue, JSth ami II Street!, makes i( a desirable headquirJ tcrt for bridal couples, tourist parties, conventions. Schools and colleges. 1 The ..Powhatan "attract s ".the feople ol culture and education. to State, War anil Navv Departments, also to man? interest, .points . of historical makes this hotel especially attractive to a " discriminating pub-li" 0.E.TAYL011C.E. Beaver Dam, Ky. Highway and Drainage Design. 5-- 9. 9. DR. Hop-kinsvll- 27-3- 0. ""The Powhatan offtrt " rooms' with detached bath at J!. JO. $2.00 and up. Rooms with private bath, $2.50, $2.00 and up. "Write for booklet with mjpj CLIFFORD M. LEWIS.) ,Manager HART VETERINARY SURGEON HKAVKK DAM, KY. James Taylor's Livery 0. E. Olllce GiuMiniiimiiiiiUMtPTTnTTniTl! Barn., 20-2- 4. Hod-gcnvll- 5-- 7. 1 I 14-1- 6. 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How do tho already overburdened taxpayers like tho payment out of tho federal treasury of $23.3G cents per day to Congressman Cantrill to manage tho Democratic campaign in Kentucky, and $7.GG cents per day to State Fire Marshall, Tom Pannel to play secretary to Cantrlll's Committee? The program of tho present Democratic Stato organization is said to Cantrill for be, James for Governor, Stanley to succeed Beckham and the brewers and distillers to finance the deal. Unable to answer Mr. Hughes' destructive criticism of tho administration tho national Democratic press bureau has Inspired a country wido campaign of cheap ridicule, the effect of which Is to muko the Democratic press ridiculous. Mr. Hughes' merciless exposure of tho stupid blunders of the Wll-bo- u administration Is a concrete example of "pltlloss publicity." It Is reassuring to Kentucky Republicans to see the Democrats put OUlo James up on all their big speaking occasions. It furnishes them a sort of yard stick to mcasuro all tho other Democratic speakers by. That Kenyan crack In his last year's slate is causing Governor Stanley a great deal of worry. To illustrate how the Democratic party has fallen from graco since 1912 it is in order to mention some g Real iHSS TrtADE MARK3 COPYniOHT3 &c. Anyone sending n nfcetrri and rterr"otlon mT qulcUr ooccrlnm Mir oiuiiifin frco whether an in.ntLilnn ! iiftihnlil tint. Hit nltl.1 Ciittimunlrn. tlontttrietlyeniiUdoiiilal. HANDBOOK on faicutt OVER OS YCArtS' EXPERIENCE 4 U rnn aftt. JVa-rtO HK , 'Win ran A 1.03. Trial Oattla Free ALL THROAT AND lUNGTrtOUBLES, PRICE ft OX.DS GUATtANTTJED SATI8FAOXOH2 fl OH MONEy JIEIIINDED. dS Designs I FIVE-GAITE- I Estate! E'ARM LANDS and City Residences aro now selling at n low cost, lentirco. uwmi fljeniTjorsccunnjrimic'". iptcUl notler, without charito. In tho , A handsomely lamest clr. ruin, inn iir in, nflentltia liiurnal. 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A. comes to you with a real reason for all the the universal demand for tobacco without bite, parch or kick-back! 4 J&,V.r.XriJK:i-7- - tflrTwpAor... n,u'h Introduction to Prince Albert isn't any harder than to walk into the nearest place that sells tobacco and ask for "a supply of P. A." You pay out a little change, to be sure, but it's the fullest investment you ever madel cheer-WmjpI- oT the PRINCE R. J. Reynold! Tobacco Co., Wiruton-Salem- national joy smoke N. Albert 1916 by R. J. Reynold gestlve tract to rid It of any poisonous matter yet unassiralla,tcl. It the fowl Is not In total collapse, tho best practical trcanicnt, out of n number of things tried, seems to be t?aspoonful casa doso of one-htor oil, followed with a fow drops of turpcntlno on dnmponod meat. Thcso doses must bo given forcibly, ns tho throat muscles seem paralyzed. Tho most effectual treatment Is the ax, with n snfo disposal of the body. Tho first transgression of fowls eating tainted flesh is unusually dictated by a lack in .their diet, tho same instinct that causes hens to cat eggs. I am Inclined to think that later it becomes an obsession with ithem, habit of much as tho feather-eatin- g which wo sometimes hear. Poultry raisers read In every case of llmber-ncc- k among their flocks the admonition to Bupply plentifully animal food in somo form, such as curd sour milk, beef scrap, etc. In tho days of flocks, fowls secured sufficient for themselves; the modern habit of concentration of large numbers within small limits Imposes tho necessito tho ty of catering scrupulously fundamental needs of poultry. Neglect will certainly claim its toll. Tho Ounce of Prevention. Many fowls on small premises, either penned or nt liberty, are en A largo range, allowing dangered. fowls Ito supply themselves naturally In their roving, acts as a preventive. In any event, It behooves tho poultry keeper, whether tho poultry yard bo up to date or merely adjunctive to the farm, to dispose safely of all dead fowls, small or large. This nppllcs to all decomposing matter. A dead baby chick can start the ball Burning Is better than burying. Sanitation and the health If of tho fowls demand this care. precaution be strictly observed, at least, will not vex the poultry keeper's soul. alf HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE After Foot Years of Discouraging Conditions, Mrs. Bollock Gave Up in Despair. had gotten so weak 1 could not and I gave up in despair. I ttud. At last, my husband got me a bottle of Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I commenced taking it. Husband From the very BnC it was helping me. I can now walk two miles without lis en Interesting letter tiring me, and am doing all 3y work." Calron, Ky.-- ra If you arc all run down from womanly from this place, Mrs. Bcttic Bullock writes as follows: "I suffered for four troubles, don't give up in despair. Trjr years, wilh womanly troubles, and during Cardui, the woman's tonic. It has helped Came to Rescue. dose, I could tell could only sit up for a little more than a million women, in its SO while, and could not walk anywhere at years of continuous success, and shouM all. At limes, I would have severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist bet this time, 1 i sold Cardui for years. He knows what in my left side. The doctor was called in, and his treat- it will do. Ask him. He will recomment relieved me for a while, but I was mend it. Begin taking Cardui today. Write to: LaJIrf soon confined to my bed again. After Advisory ,Dept., Chattanooga Melldne Co.. Special Chattanooga. Tenn., for Ho book, Instructions n your case and that, nothing seemed to do me any cood. Treatment for Wcntn." ttnt In plain wrapper. Jt enA I m nhiA , C Copyright Tobacco Co. bcrneck," a term less elegant than for Infection. Especially on farms FARM DEPARTMENT truly descriptive of tho disease Hero, ' where poultry runs nt large Is It dif- A. D. 18S6. A. W. GLEASON, (Seal) If It bo of comfort to tho poultry- -' ficult nt nil times to find these carNotary Public. Hall's keeper's heart, Is n disease paradox- casses which may be the result of ac- and acts Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally directly upon the blood and muMow Tho Ortlinrd This Senson. ical In practice. It may appear re- cident. Tho warmer tho air tho cous surfaces of tho system. Send for free. If tho hot days of August find you peatedly in ono season, yet it neither quicker tho decay. Energetic fowls tcstlmonlils.CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, O. F. J. Sold by nil Drucglsts. 75c. an orchard that bus not boen dlssomlnatcs gorms nor necessitates In. tholr search for food discover them vlth Take. Hall's Family Pills for constipation. to their own disaster. Sometimes tho cultivated during the summer and the uso of gormlcldos. x"Llmborneck," properly speaking, first cause may bo duo to tho poultry vlth tho weeds so largo that It canTlio Physical Side of Dreams. not bo plowed so ns to cover up the Is n species of ptomaine polronlng In raider's own carelessness. Aftor the It is possible to demonstrate that wcmIh without plowing extra deep, fowls. It seems to bo a monnce mor disease appears, victims lying in rethe Interpretation of physical sensatho right thing to do Is not to plow common to tho poultry-yar- d of today mote or hiddon spots provide now in- tions' is jft fact the primary business nt all, but to run your mowing than of tho past. Chickens, turkeys, ' fection, setting up an endless chain of dreams. It has oven been found through tho orchard and mow Ktiineas, or ducks may succumb with whoso oporatlon can only bo checked possible to mako dreams to order, by t Uio the weeds. Plowing the orchard last two moro susceptible This by vigorous, thorough search on tho subjecting sleepers to conditions afdry, hot weather sets In disturbs ratio Is attributed to tho moro devel- Eprt of tho owner. fecting their sense organs In ono way many of tho feeding roots and cuts oped carnivorous needs ot the lattor MnnirobLntioiis of Its Work. or another. On being awakened and is fowls. Appetite dictates a craving, them off nt a timo whon thero Occasionally there is great havoc asked to tell of their dreams, sleepnot enough tnolsturo In tho soil to and In the endeavor to satisfy it, they from disease on duck farms. It is ers on whom these experiments were reestablishing them- fall victims. When the required usually Umbcrneck, to which they permit their tried have .again and again narrated selves. This causes the trees to suf- supply of Insect food fails, tho fowls aro especially prone. Ducks conIndicating unmistakably that If fall upon tho substitute next at hand, fined in largo numbers on limited dreams fer worso from tho drouth than specific physical sensations were their space crave the nninial food demand- starting point, and that the orchard hadn't been plowed. Tho whence all tho mischief. the dreams mowing of tho weeds stops them from If their ration represent attempts to account for "Llmberneck" Is distinctly a warm ed by tholr nature. robbing tho soli of its molsturo and weather disease. It never appears lacks this important feature of their Thus, the applicatheso sensations. their Blinding tho ground stops evap- in cold weather. Sometimes it claims diet, they will supply It at tho first tion of a bottlo to tho soles oration from tho earth. a slnglo victim; again It may devas- opportunity. Vornclty and ja tena sleeper's foot produced a realisof folks who after tate a poultry ynrd, sparing neither dency to scavengerlng prove their un- of Thero aro a lot tic dream of walking on hot lava. ..dry weather commences remember chicken, duck nor guinea. This ec- doing. Unless every dead duck Is sleeper, a woman, subjected aomobody said good, clean, lev- centricity makes it tho more pecu- found beforo Its body becomes a Another jUiat bottle experiment, to tho o el cultivation Is tho thing needed, liar, unless It is understood. temptation to the survivors, tho dreamed that she had been changed get at It entirely too late In tho and Is rampant. Identifying tho Disease. Into a bear, and was being taught to season for It to bo of any bcnoflt. A successful turkey raiser of somo Tho symptoms nro unmistakable. years ago used to rolato an experi- dance by being forced to stand on summer plowing with a turning Deep plates. Tickling ono sleep.A plow In tho pinch of a dry spell does Tho practical observer, noting them, ence bearing on this subject. Her er's faco with a feather occasioned a will avoid tho mistake of treating turkeys, over a hundred In number, clnjury and not good. horrible dream of tortue, In which for apoplexy, cholera, or dysentery. and about 2 months old, came The victim may bo found In one or homo ono day at nightfall, staggering a mask of pitch was applied to the Con pen In Snuff. Store faco and then torn roughly off, tak. "When storing cowpcas in tho hull, two stages. Usually tho collapso is and choking. That night many ing with it tho skin of tho lips, nose put down a layer of cowpcas a foot sudden. The healthy hen of last died. Others followed in the next cheeks. A bottlo of cau do coldeep and then dust over them a good night lies prostrate this morning In succeeding days. Doing a person ot and ogne, held close to a sleeper's noso, Bprinkllng of snuff, such ns is bought a corner of tho chicken house, with energy not to bo fazed by a disagreecaused the Bleeper to dream, first that Ijy snuff usora. Then put another rumpled fcathors.closed oyus and out- able duty, Bho performed a he was in a perfumer's shop, and aflayer of cowpcas and sprinkle again stretched spineless nock (whence the to discover tho mysterious ailexciting and namo of tho diseaso).In a few hours, ment that had robbed her of her sea- terward that ho had many with snuff and so on. Try this adventures. when you hull your cowpcas tho or perhaps a day or two, sho dies, son's work. In tho turkey crops sho In all theso Instances, it is obnext summer at planting tlmo noto never having moved. Tho ravenous found numbers ot long, ugly black vious, thero Is an exaggeration of tho gawky ducks of tho noontime meal, beetles. Pursuing her Investigation tho nbsenco of tho wcovll. nt night creep or flop homeward, as further, sho walked to tho lower field, sensation or sensations actually exAnd thero is an interIf hurt across tho back. It has hap. tho goal ot their dally routine Hero perienced. j.MiiKiixi:crc ix pouiiTitv poned that a Muscovey duck and her on tho odgo of a marsh lay tho poor- pretation In symbolic ns well as more YARDS A CKKAT MKXACK sleepbrood of fourteen well, at daybreak, ly burled carcass of a calf, swarm- or less fantastic terms. Tho er's dream does not represent tho Experienced were dead at night of this troublo. ing with tho black beetles. Tho (l)y Myra Kolsey Cox, bottlo causing tho heat, Not every attack Is fatal. If tho poi- farmhand's carelessness had played Poultrywomun.) among fowls, soning is mild, tho fowl affected ap- havoc with her flock, and sho had but conjures up something elso that Pjtomatno poisoning dramatically takes tho placo of tho caused by tho eating of putrid flesh pears to bo suffering with on Injured learned a valuable, but dearly bought bottle. Always this eleback. It staggors weakly, eyes half lesson. la commonly known as "llmbomeck." ment ot symbolism bulks largo In opened tho A ralsor of guineas Hocause of Its similarity to other closed and tall depressed. Naturaldreams, hindering read recognition diseases, It Is frequently confounded ly It evinces no Interest In food, for door of tholr house one dry, hot Au- of tho physical sensations giving rlso jthorowlth. Provontion, In tho form It has almost lost tho ability to swal- gust morning. No eager, fluttering, to tho dream. H. Addlngton Bruce present, but tho hungry young of careful disposal of dead things, low. Diarrhoea is creatures welcomed in tho October Mother's Magazine Is moro suro than euro. Umbcrneck, comb and wattles retain tho scarlet her. Thirty of tho hundred with exhibits fowls Insufficiently supplied ot health. Such a case may recover. ono of tho fostermothers lay prostrate A Hacking Cough Weakens the Young ducks have survived after on tho floor or roosts, head dangling, with animal food. Most poultry dlseasos aro Infec- such an attack, to succumb to a nocks limp, wings spread. Sho know eyo Is sympDon't suffer with a hacking cough tho troublo. An investigation betions. Itoupo, cholora and nil tholr second. Tho halt shut pons toms ot tho lightest attack. A gen- gan. In tho oxtremo end of tho or- that has weakened your systom get kindred run through flocks and strickchard a dead gooso burled in tho a bottlo of Dr. King's Now Discovery, with fatal surety. The ordinary eral paralysis seizes tho fatally Investi- en and It lies In a coma till death. dusty soil a week beforo, had been In use over 40 years, and benefiting poultry ralsor, too busy to pluo No gorra may bo Indicted for this disinterred by stray dogs. In tholr all who use it, tho soothing pathology, wastes no tlmo gate tholr searching for gorms. Ho Is too much condition. The fowl affected have craving for tho carnivorous, the guin- balsam with tar heal tho Irritated air eateas had feasted and paid tho ponalty passages soothes tho raw spots, occupied in combating their activity. fed on putrid flesh or on Insects loosens the mucous and provonts malignant ing thereof, which include tho lar- ot tholr appetite. Occasionally among such racking tho body with coughing. Dr. may noto a mysterious vae of flies, known as maggots. Ptovisitations ho Turpentine in Treat- King's New Discovery Induces natunhoraldod, maine poisoning ensues, with tho Ciustor OH And It comes ailment. ment. manifest In ural sleep and aids nature to euro strikeB down tho hoalthlost in a night, samo utter prostration 2 Sometimes fowls recover. you. feathered unfortunates that char- mny count ono victim or a score and tho die. Only ono ot the guineas quickly. To his un- notorizes a human being so smitten. may subside as reaching a stunted maturiacquainted oyo, it looks like a bona Hence the prevalence of this dUeaso survived, par- ty. Thero is llttlo satisfaction in cholera qulto as fa- during the warm mouths. Fowls, ftdo imitation of FOR FLETCHER'S ones, dying in treating fowls suffering with limber-nectal with less laggard a course. It Is ticularly weak llttlo The object is to flush tho dl- ot "Um obscure places, furnish tho material .jf very likely to be an example --ma-chl- Frank J. 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Wo extend to them a cordial welcome. Paris, Ky., aro moving LATEST WAR NEWS BOWERS WROUGHT UP LANHINO TO WES3Z HICCURTARY "SMCCACTION TOWARD LIFT- Men with teams to go through (ho country buying miles cast of Junk nnd selling to me, Hartford, on tho border of tho oil Guaranteed to mnko not less fields. Good dwelling, barn and othING KMHARdO. Young than $3.00 every day. er necessary outbuildings. orchard, strawberry bed and other SEE ME AT ONCE. pleasing features. If bonds carry "Washington, D. C, Aug. 29. n. y seat pike will bo near. Grwce. Heavy fighting continues 3VX. 3E. onswx, of Hopklnsvlllo, chairman, See, or wrlto Tlnsley ft Harnett, between the Entente and Teutonic and Jlohn J. Conroy, of Clarksvllle, Hartford, Ky., for further lit Null Building, Allies in the Maccedonlan theater weeufciry t)t the Tobacco Growers' from the region of Lake Ochrida Ky CenTcrcnce, aided by Representatives eastward to Kavala on the Aegean, .KariVy and Klncholoe, Kentucky, DEAD ANIMALS but with results beclouded by divergaosil Jlyrnrs, Tcnricssec, hi resolutions FROZEN IN SIBERIA SEEM ALIVE ing statements of Berlin and Paris. jpcsHSDtrU to Secretary Lansing this Berlin reports that Bulgarian forces aXlrrcwjn, protested against the re- j London, Aug. 2C. The markets oporatlug to tho west of Lake Ochl-d- a strong Rumanian forces Austrian adcent omburgo act of Great Drltaln, 'of Irkutsk, In Siberia, are an Inter-- 1 have captured Malik, in Albania, vanced detachments have been forcaecfcmid tobacco fs not a contraband offer-- i and that along the Struma King Fer- ed to withdraw. urged Secretary Lansing use cstlng sight, for tho products I Trar, ed for sale are In most cases frozen dinand's men are approaching the Js: fces efforts to secure from Great Fish aro piled up In stacks mouth of tho river. Paris admits Greece. What Oroide's attltudo JlriUVn an adhcrenco of her agree- solid. and meat the Butgars have taken all except will be as a result of Rumania's Join fall- i like so much cordwood, ment ! November IB, 1915, and ' kinds of fowl aro sim one of the forts at Kavala, on the ing the Entente Allies Is still prob ing In that asked that "such step likewise. Alland piled up. Aegean, but says the newly acquired lematical, but unofficial advices to proper pen- ilarly frozen Sw taca as will Impose Some animals brought Into tho positions have come under the fire London express the belief that sho on Hie trade and credit rela' alties whole are propped up on of British warships. wilt soon throw In her lot with tho tions t10i such foreign countries as market their legs and have the appearance Entente. wEwxrantaTily seek to interfero with goes Front. Despite bad Western of of being alive, and as one Qc shipment to neutral countries von through tho markets one seems to weather there has been considerable Germany. Field Marshal product." ai pigs, sheep fighting and a renewal of mlno war- Hlndonburg, who recently was givfact that bo surrounded by living TTib resolutions cite the fowls standing up. fare along the British front in en the command of all the German bsafred? f thousands of families oxen and France. London reports tho capture forces on the Russian front, has been Virginia and in Kentucky, Tennessee, Miracle Seed Wheat. pf 200 yards of a German trench Sat appointed Chief of tho German GenKarjlini, growers of dark tobacco, eral Staff In succession of Gen. von I am offer- urday night. Bearded, recleaned. which Is exported, jeaxtically all of Falkenhnyn, dismissed by tho Eming my crop of this excellent wheat tJcunsa upon this product for their peror. Tuodny. at $1.75 per bushel while the supply mty existence. E. G. AUSTIN, Rumania yesterday de Rumunla. UmiAbr JaniC3, of Kentucky, and lasts. Thursday. Prentls, Ky. a clared war on Austria-HungarHull, of Tennessee, 9t4 Representative challenge which was promptly anRumania's Invasion of Rumania. srm? appointed a committee to dls-crn territory continswered by a similar 'declaration Secretary Lansing the ues-tio- fl JACKSON APPOINTED wltli AS COMMISSIONER against the Balkan State by Berlin. ues in the mountainous region from I aramjdlng .the revenue bill so The first clash has already occurred Petrozensy, on the railroad northeast as to pises restrictions upon certain Frankfort, Ky., Aug. 30. When on the Hungarian frontier and the of Orsovo, to the Gyergyo Mountains, Srspcrta train Great Britain, should eighty the of the attacks tho Republicans tic Tatter insist upon putting the pro Franklin Circuit filed a suit In this object Kronstadt and seems to be to Though miles northhasofnotKronstadt. entered Bulgaria Court early Hermannstadt, take posed unliargo into effect. morning to compel Gov. Stanley to two Important towns In Transyl- into hostilities against Rumania, a K Notice. appoint a Republican Election Com- vania. news agency dispatch says Rumania Tobac- - missioner from the list of flvo subThe Allies are very much gratified has decided tp send an ultimatum to Toe Farmers Growers Association is called to mitted by the Republican Committee, at the entrance of Rumania, and the Bulgaria demanding the evacuation taixk sX J2ie court house in Hartford, tho appointment of T. C. Jackson, of undercurrent of feeling seems to be of Serbia. A report from ConstanJSilurtJay, SejitemDerSS, at 1 o'clock Lebanon, as the Republican member on both sides that Greece will enter tinople Is that Turkey has declared gt. xa, for tho purpose of assuring of the State Board of Election Com- the lists against the Central Powers war on Rumania. lite sznsuat of tobacco pledged in, missioners had been made and 'en- soon. Violent fighting continues between Okte ounty. Every local in the tered on- - tho executive Journal. The appointment was made August 29 In The Balkans. Berlin records the Eentente Allies and the Austro-GermamSiy in requested to report. . TICHENOR, Ch'm'n. and Bulgarians in the Maceby Governor Stanley, who communi- fhe capture of heights south of StS cated by phone and letter With Jack- Zbrosko by the Bulgarians, and the donian theater. son on that date, notifying him of repulse of Serbian counter attacks SKXVKK BAM DEPARTMENT. Drama, In Northeast Greece, ha3 on Mount Seganska. Paris reports Aos- - S'O- - Mr. Warder Gardner, o' his appointment. JhoateoTie, was tho guest of friends the Serbs have made considerable been seized by tho Bulgarians after progress near Vetrenlka and have re- a fight with the Greek troops. 2jwt TJoek-cf- t. Banking Fixtures For Sale. m is spending JUfiss Nell Plummer I am ready to arrange for the pulsed with heavy losses Bulgarians For Sale. days hero with friends 1 banking house and on the road from Banlca to Ostrovo. several private sale of Good 120 acre larm on Rough leaving for Peoria, 111., where lot, 1 dwelling, 1 livery stable and ApFrance And Belgium. The French River, 3 miles west of Hartford. 60 afcn will enter .school. miscellaneous banking fixtures. le acres In cultivation; other 60 acres report further progress east of Miss Ellz&iwth Moore spent last ply to L. C. BROWN, flrcrik-en-d wood and near the Monquette woodland. Improved. Apply, Mtu her parents at their Banking Com., Special Deputy TINSLEY & BARNETT, Sirrac ntrar lioehester. McHenry, Ky. farm, in tho Somme region, while 10t4 Hartford, Ky. London reports the .shelling of BritHiss Wrj Hhoads, of Howell, "Stanr- -, "On, the guest of Mrs. C. M. ish positions by Germans, especialChattanooga Strikers Return. Thlep-vSELLS $750 WORTH OF WayJnx last sweek-enCliPjttanoogo, Tenn., Aug. 2T.-- -, ly between Pozleres and the WHEAT FROSI 22 ACRES wood and reciprocal bombardJBIeses IJcss and Anna Alford andi'motor-- , The strike of conductors si number of their friends men which has tied up" street car ments at other points. To have sold $750 worth of wheat Saturday evening in honor traffic here for two days ended Fri at Eastern Front. From the Riga to from 22 acres Is substantially thi UiEir ViBltor, "Miss Maud Harr- day, the strikers agreeing to go back i ises, of Owcnsboro. Those Invited 'to work tomorrow while negotiations the Carpathian passes there have record made Saturday by W. T. of Colesburg. Misjes Kloise Austin, Myrtle TBsrc: are resumed with tho company, un been engagements between Russians Brown, Mr. Brown disposed of his crop of forces. TKrfr. Myrt Miller and Geneva Tay-3o- r. der an agreement- to submit all ulti a,nd Austro-Germa- n bushels to the Eltzabethtown 492 later a theater party Included mate differences to arbitration-Milling Co. at $1.50 per bushel and Wednesday. tins aianei- jjHcsts and the following Rumania. A general mobilization retained several bushels for seed sastac Brsn: Messrs. Klrby Park, School Plan." The "Six-Si- x Lyman Taylor, Omar of his forces has been ordered by wheat. Itjrcn Uusoci, m most states the school system King Ferdinand, of Rumania, and he The gross amount per acre was We&aJJ. Charlie Greenwell, G. C. Is organized so that eight years, is de- is reported to have gone to the front $34.09. Likens. Vai 3fltu and Everett The wheat was raised on corn land. iSfir. Frank Gray returned Saturday voted to elementary and four year3 personally to take command of his But ob- army. The Rumanians already are education. Eltzabethtown News. Miss., after a few to Point, to tSaya with his mother, Mrs. Ella H. jection Is now being urged to this reported to be making furious efforts plan. It Is believed that It would to capture passes In the Eastern Car- - j Loans wanted In Muhlonberg, Cray. be better to curtail the elementary leading Into Hungary. While Lean, Daviess, Webster, Butler and real period. Berlin says Rumania's attempts to Ohio counties on good 'first-clas- s and extend the ,Hulo Notice. f Because of my moving to anoth- Many men hold that In six years al- pierce the passes have been futile, : estate for 5 years. quite, as W. H. PARKS, er Slate, I will sell my Improved farm most, if not In most much can be ac- Vienna admits that owing to a "far-- ' Hartford, Ky. schools In eight reaching" encircling movement by 50tf 30 complished war Bender, Ky., containing Often in the eighth and dwelling, and all modern years. 3STC3, good tnjjrofoniunts. at a bargain. Also, sometimes In the seventh grade, colt, one cow, and pupils do not make much headway. cats They seem to go over tho ground iBjplemont3. Address larao which they covered in tho earlier DAIZE, MAYIIUGH Go grades. Most pupils are Just enterRender, Ky. 5lp . ing the teens when they reach the seventh grade. This Is the crucial (Incorporated) VOUIMVILLE ITEMS. Ballard Wilson, of porlod in the child's life, and there AB. 30. Mrs. ttttnriean, was tho guebt of Mr. Olla ought to be some modification of OWENSBORO, KY She loft school methods and discipline at this XftftSsoa and family Monday. cighth-grad- o puttar Trenton this raornlnE to visit time. Seventh and Jwr parents. Rov. J. T. Lewis and pils should bo treated dlfferontly in e pumost respects from Best located school m wostcrn Kentucky. Located wife. Monday from pils. Moreover, the higher grade Boy Lltsuy returned pupils would do more earnest work in a manufacturing town where you do not have to conduct themselves better If Miss Gladys aud 33T8. Lulu Smith and seek a position; where the position seeks you. Msne. of OwniBboro, were the guests they could be In a school with older boys and girls. They need InspiraMyrtle Armondt Monday. i Mrs. you desire to work and attend school, write us. bo Quarterly meeting of tho tion. If thoy aro kept with tho bas held horo Sat-ent- bies they will not do their best ordiJtietinidUt church We are in a position to get you work while you are in und Sunday. Presiding Elder narily In cither study or conduct. Owensboro, preached They need at this tiuio to look forJSMishias, of school thus assisting you in paying your way. arose very Intoroslhig sermons while ward and upward, rather than backThey need alward aud downward. so to have departmental teachlng.by Saiaa Martha Albert Qulnsborry Doanfleld Tuesday, which la meant that one teacher from &are sho has been tho guest of Bhould not teach every subject, but only tho subject in which sho Is spe3wo Mabel Kelly. M. V. O'Shca la the JHifi. Willlo Morrison and daugh- cially strong. GLIEGG SHORTHAND, TWENTIETH OENTU- - J v KUzabeth, of Cecilia, were tho October Mothera Magazine. ter, ;: seeat of her mother, Mrs. Josephluo RY BOOKKEEPING, Commercial Arithmetic, Rapid ;; JUafirm, Tfloeptly. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED Aiubivj Wella and mothor aro SINCE OUR LAST REPORT ilto Calculation, Business Correspondence, English, Com- - V in Vonzant thl-- j week. J. C. Smith, Narrowa, to Eva Med-cal- f, Little MIbh Dorothy Coons colobrut-- i morcial Law, Spelling, Business Penmanship, Type- Narrows, R. 2. 3rd birthday by entertaining her E. II. Evans, Neatus, to Evy Smith, &er little frlcuds with a lawn party writing. Cuko and cream was Neafus. J. D. Milburn, Greenville, to Pru-d- a vertud aud all report a good time. Write us for further information. A. Kcsslnger, Hartford, R. 2. Mrs. ICato Young Is Yisltlug In (CncaYillo thin week, Reatbol Oglesby, Boaver Dam, R. J'rof. 0. L. Shultz and wife, of 1, to PanB Shields, Cromwell, A 1G0 aero farm 4 to-daInter-count- For Salo. Monday. Italy. Germany and Italy at last are at war. Italy has ended the anomatous situation that has existed fo rmonths by declaring that from y she considers herself the enemy of her former ally. Wanted! Ij. WANTED! Jtmk of All Kinds I Rags, Iron. Rubber Shoes. Rubber Tires, Metals, Paper, etc. A new enterprise in town. We pay highest cash price for everything. Nc also represent Louisville's largest dealer in Hides, Old Feathers, Roots and Herbs. ''Its a crime to waste" so bring in what you have. Priccs'are high. iLDES. Hartford, t X I Li ffl 1 1 mm go. L. M. ADES, Nail Building, Manager. HARTFORD. KY. y, New Price on na Auixtro-Hungarla- Ford Cars! Ford Runabout . $345-0Ford Touring Car . $360.00 0 X ns F. 0. B. Detroit. Freight to I. Beaver Dam $18.00. be-to- ro L P. BARNES & BR0. Del-vll- Beaver Dam, Ky. d. al IIKHK IS A GOOD PliACE TO STOl' FOB LITTLE MO.NKV A Louisville Hotel, Louisville, Ky., Main St., bet. 6th & 7th In Louisville Oiwraterf on tho Atnetican anil KurojxMn l'luna. AMERICAS' PLAN (With Meals) Kooitut without Ilath but with Hot and Cold Running Water. single, $2.00 per (lay; 2 people, $2.00 each 75 Rooms GO Rooms single, 2.C0 per day; 2 people, 2.25 each 50 Front Rooms. single. 3.00 per day; 2 people, 2.50 each Rooms ulth Prlvuto Hath: single, 3.00 per day; 2 peoplo, 2.75 each 50 Rooms single, 3.50 per day; 2 people, 3.00 each 50 Rooms . EUROPEAN PLAN (Without Meals) Rooms without Ruth but with Hot nnd Cold Running Water. single, $1.00 per day; 2 people, $0.75 each 75 Rooms single, 1.25 per day; 2 people, 1.00 each 50 Rooms ; 50 Front Rooms. single, 1.50 2 peoplo, 1.25 each Rooms with Private Ilath: single, 1.50 per day; 2 people, 1.25 each 50 Rooms .single, 2.00 per day; 2 people, 1.50 each 50 Rooms. per-day- The Only Hotel - . - a u high-scho- ol high-scho- ol .... -- Onii 1b l si THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Cor. Sixth and Main Sts. Kuropenii Plan Only. Rooms Without Until, $1.00 and up; Rooms With Prlvuto Ruth, $1.50 unit up Rest Eating l'luco In Town. Tho Loulsvlllo Hotel and tho Old Inn aro locatod In tho wholesale district and only a walk to tho retail district and theaters. a LOUISVILLE HOTEL AND OLD INN COMPANY', Props. first-grad- Fourteenth Annua! Ill If ay KENTUCKY State FAIR LOULSVILLE September 11-1- 6, 1916 aJ WE TEACH WORLD'S GREATEST SADDLE HORSE SHOW Daily Trotting, Paring and Running Races Glean and Glassy Midway Grand Military Pazoant and Athletic Tournament. Stupendous Decorated Automobile Parade for Prizes Great Fraternal Gathering for Friday of Fair Week d Free Auction Sale of Livestock Thursday and Friday Pure-Bre- i Reduced R. R. Rates Suite 604 Republic Bldg. $40,0C9 in Premiums Louisville, Kentucky Address W. J. GOOCH, Secretary 1 i