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OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No. 11 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1916, THE HORRORS OF PEACE. 'mF. I? Wl t 'T ' -". forward, If America Indeed Is to hold her" place among the nations in tho troublous days of tho Twentieth Century. to bco PARTY REUNITED "I dcslrovarious those camps mainparts of our land tained In and men In constantly Increasing numbers seeking the benefit of the VOTK training and discipline. I believe NOMINEE HAYS MAINK that our citizen reserve should be SHOWS PROGRESSIVE AM) (J. (). P. TOGETHER. trained under Federal authority. I think It was a great mlBtako to abandon tho plan that was llrst formulated with that end In vlow. REACHES END OF TRIP "This Is tho land of the frco and tho homo of tho brave. If it ceases to bo tho heme of tho bravo, it will l'lutt!iurK Speech Marks Closing f soon cease to be tho land of tho First Trip of Presidential free." CiinipulKii. A delegation of former Progressives, headed by William E. Howell, chairman of tho Progressive County Committee, and a number of sufPlattsburg. N. Y., Sept. 12. Hughes In the last speech fragists, occupied scats on the platCharles E. of his llrst presidential campaign form. Mr. Hughes left Plattsburg at trip, asserted hero tonight before ft crowd that Mled tho opera houso 10:50 o'clock tonight for New York. that the result In Maine hnil proved Ho will remain there until tomorrow the Republican party was reunited. afternoon when ho will go to his Jle declared the party would not siimmor home at Drldgehampton, "change Its plans or alms." Persons Long Islnnd, there to remain until ,1n the uudlcnco took the reference to September 1 7 or 18, when he starts npply to criticisms of the methods on his second campaign trip. o pursued In conducting the present campaign and applauded the nominee REPUBLICANS OPEN vigorously. como to you," Mr. Hughes said, 'as the spokesman of a reunited ReHARTFORD QUARTERS publican party. Wo havo said It was reunited, we have devoutly hoped It Now Maine proves was reunited. Whoever was CHAIRMAN COND1T COMES ,TO It Is reunited. that skeptical about that before, must COUNTY HEAT AND PREPARES Toil CAMPAIGN. hide his cynicism now. Wo shall not abandon no efforts. We shall change our plans or alms, but we .Campaign County Itepubllcan shnllVj forward with renewed confidence becauBo tuo old State In the Chairman Hlco Condtt arrived In northeast corner has ap'oken In 'no Hartford Tuesday nlghV'from his home near. p. Pleasant and opened uncertain voice." Wilson headquarters in the ofllces on Main Mr. Hughes assailed tho Administration for failure to reduco street recently vacated by the Gem the cost of living, for extravagance Oil company , Chairman Condit, for falluro to protect American lives Secretary IJeavrln and other promiarid rights abroad and for falluro to nent local Republicans were busy "live up to Its promise to observo men Wednesday arranging tho prethe merit" system." Tho nominee em- liminaries of what they termed ono phasized the prevf6us declarations or tho most vigorous campaigns ever waged In Ohio county. that tho campaign was a "good-natureTho headquarters will bo mainono. He delighted, ho said, to call his political opponents his tained until after the election In November nnd the ofllces are being 'friends on the other side." Is a tlmo for assessment, for decorated anil made to present a gala "It appraisal and for candid statement," appearance. Chairmah Condit stathe said. "No ono In this country ed pesterduy that he waited every can object to full and fair discus- Hepubllcan In the county, who could That Ib tho very spirit of our possibly do so, to visit headquarters sion Institutions. Hut wo aro all friends, during the campaign. Ho expects to spend most or his time however divided politically. "I do not desire, in speaking of now and tho election, and Is optithose who do not agree with mo, to mistic In regard to tho outcomo In manifest tho slightest disrespect. If Ohio county this fall. tho argument Is sound it will carry without any suggestion of personal FORMER OHIO COUNTY enmity. Wo do not need that In WOMAN DIES IN ILLINOIS Hour campaigns. What wo need Is fairness and truth, and then lot tho Word was received hero last Frielectorate decide. day that Mrs. J. It. Williams had "Our friends on tho other aldo died at her homo In Shawneetown, tickled tho ear with many promises 111., arter soveral days of Illness. .which they havo not fulfilled. They Services were held Sunday afternoon 'said that tho Republican party was and tho remains wer Interred In responsible for tho high cost of liv- Slmwnootown. ing. They havo been In power for Mrs. Williams was a daughter of some time and I do not see that tha Mr. D. L. Smith, now living In high cost of living has been reduced. and was born and reared In It seems to be beyond Democratic this county. Sho was a most control. lady. Uesldos a husband "It. was said they would dispose unil three children she Is survived by of many useless offices. Tho aboli- four sisters and two brothers Mrs. tion of useless ofllces has not been Dr. "J. R. Pirtle, and Mrs. W. E. quite so apparent ns tho appolut-mo- Newbolt, Har,tford; Mrs. Jphn of useless officers. It was said Mrs. A. C. of Tulsa, Okla.; that they would got rid of extrava-Kanc- Frier, of- - Fairfield, III.; Walter and Tho Hepubllcan party was Clarcnco Smith. Now It arraigned for extravagance. Mrs, Plrtlo and Mrs. Newbolt wero becomes our painful duty to nrratgn present at tho death and burial of tho Democratic Administration for Mrs. Williams. extravagance. "Our friends on tho other side OHIO COUNTY PIO SOU) told us four years ago that they woro AT THE STATE FAIR going to be true to tho principle of princlpio of tho civil sorvlco. Tho Muster John Allon Wlfson has tho tho civil service has boon fcetrayed. prop- pig exhibited hero in tho Ohio CounThey told us that tho lives and tho erty of American citizens 'abroad ty Pig Club contest, on exhibit at tho was ono of State Fair. John Allen has sold That would bo protected. Bum of $30.00, which is their most explicit promises. That pig for tho over and ubovo purchaso net profit only trouTho was sound doctrlno. including total cost or all ble was that It was not porformed." cost nominee vis- feed consumed of $IG.54. This Earlier in tho day tho Include a cash aed the military training camp hero, does not, however, with MaJ. den. prlzo of $1.50 and tho freo trip, remaining for dinner during tho State Leonard Wood. Tonight Mr. Hughes board, &c., at and Allen in tho con- F'air awarded John camp In his speech. praised tho pig is also entorod hero. "It is a training school In democ- testtwo or Tho rings at tho State three is a dlsclDtlno that in racy, ho said. "It it is said that a premium knits men together In wholesomo P.'air and to $10 Is almost certain to Is preparedness, not of $6.00 comradeship. It by John Allen, tho wo only military, but civil and moral. bo captured means of drawing men had not learned of the result at tho It is a great nf trolne to nress. of all sorts together In recognition liour Tims we havo a oracttcat demon- fellowship and In tho Jot a common s tratjoa of how it pays to keep only delight of wholesome spirit we must have the best of stock and that only In a 'That Is the 'nianner. -1b to go scientific and up;to-dafIn this country If America ,:i , -.' ;!..' ?rA V"'Si iSj-r?-- , m M K ." . 'W!S J ' i i V fc I) ,m . v 5 &-4- 'I i AW&3tS1BfSSmS . vilj 5rw2uii. :S. xsWwi' (I i i. V Ta&.Cr .tjfft TMm tho allies, M. Zalmts was called on to form n cabinet. He announced a pol- SUBMARINE WAR icy of armed neutrality. The cabinet resigned In November, but In Juno M. Zaltnls was again placed at the TO DE REVIVED Although head of tho government. advocating neutrality, he was regarded as having a predisposition GERMANS CONSTRUCTING POWtoward tho Entente. ERFUL UNDER-SEA- S FLEET FOR IU.OCKADE. FIGHT OVEIt PROPER 1IAPTIZING METHODS V Wffiffl''NW V ":-"- Paris, Ky., Sept. 12. During th ZEPPELINS TO BE IEEIP g progress or a at um-Iner- 's Grove, near Hutchison, this county, Sunday night, two negroes No Vessels CiirryliiR Fowl or Ammo- named Charles Morton and Clifton nition Will Bo Alloucd To Reach Kuster, became Involved In a diffGreat Iirltuln. iculty over tho question of a proper way of being baptized. In the mlxup that followed Morton fired three shots London, Sept. 12. In a dispatch at Kuster, one of which took effect from Berlin to the Dally News, Rut-ledtin his left breast, striking a rib, tho Rutherford says: lodging under the skin in his I ball Germany has decided to declare & back. , made blockade against England, effective' After the shooting Morton on January purpose a-his escape, going in the direction of Innitfnfnl (Tint1.n For this ah In ttntttM ni Km n tn """a Lexington. The wounded man was"""11" "ccw ul """"" brought to Paris for medical atten- - completed, and plans are being ' to Ke,the blockade a tlon. His wound, while dangerous, worked out .BHIUBCUl UUC. t ftiw.Dau oon,ll iMvui! lc nut la The movements of camp-meetinge the submarines. 'I MAINE CARRIED BY REPUBLICANS .i REVISED FIGURES PLACE VhVlU MIL ALITY OK GOV.-ELECT LIKBNTWM,355. LOOKS GOOD FOR G. 0. P. Election of Whole Ticket Indicates Vlctory For Cluii. E. Hughes In November. here-betwee- Portland, Me., Sept. 12. As the returns from isolated towns and from plantations straggled in to-d- tho Maine elections, revised figures placo the plurality of Governor-elec- t Carl E. Mllllken, Republican, over Oakley C. Curtis at 13,800. Ro- from tho border show that the of the Second Maine infan- irv mat n tntnl vntfi nf 470. of which Mllllken received 300. Pluralities for the Republicans, who will send a solid delegation to Congress, wero practically unchanged from tho figures of last night, as were the pluralities of cwio,!,.!, ui l.UIU .i W..U Fernald. who were f,mr nvrnnr. .U....W . nprt m. elected to tho v United States Senate. Tho Republicans, who have held a In the State Senate, will control both houses by a good work- - nt n, ins majority. e. Rcvl.scil Vote. Tho revised vote for Governor, Unltod States Senators and Congress- men follow: Governor Mllllken (Rep.), 79.- 902; Curtis (Dem.), 6G.547. Senator Halo States United (Rep,), 78,044; Fernald (Rop.), Johnson (Dem.), CS.273; "Sills 79,-3G- 8; ! e. ' (Rop.), Goodall Congressman 19,732; Stevens (Dem.), 10,103; Whlto (Rop.), 19,157; McGllllcudy (Dom.), 18,770; Poteps (Rep.), 21.- (Dem.), 18,277; Her- 8 20; Bunkor soy (Rep.). 15.0G6; Plorco (Dem.), 11,013. Tho battle botwoen Representative D. J. McGIlllcuddy, .Democrat, was and W. II. White, Republican, The Democrats had staked closo. everything on this contest and they had sincerely expected to win. Tho Republicans believed also that they, tho Democrats, stood an excellent chance of winning. Siectacular Cutnpulgn. Tho election was tho climax to the ever most spectacular campaign waged in New England, 'it was ono of the most hotly contested battles ever waged anywrfere Jyt . , (Continued'onFourtn-Page() (Dem.), CG.832. It is said, will bo guided to some exg Zeptent by GermaTiy'8 ENGLAND REFUSES TO pelins. These submarines nnd Zeppelins' POSTPONE EMBARGO 'will be equipped with extra busitivo wireless apparatus. t One high in the councils of tho 1IRITAIN WILL NOT GRANT EX- German naval administration today , TENSION OF TIME ON TOsaid: BACCO RAN. year, and per"By the end of the haps a little sooner, Germany will havo in fighting trim 300 submarines Washington, Sept. 11. The Brit- of the most efficient typo, and no vesHarding In Brooklyn Eagle. ish Government refuses to postpone sel carrying food or munitions will Its embargo on American tobacco be permitted to reach England. consigned to the Central Powers. OF RESIGNATION Real Blockade. Secretary of State Lansing, 'writing "Ours will be a real blockade, not says that to Senator James GREEK CABINET the State Department has put before a coercive or illegitimate one, such to Institute tho British Government a reauest aHjtEngland pretended ' tfor a further extension of time iu agains Oermany. "No compunction will be felt rewhich shipments of tobacco may be IS ACCEPTEDRY KING" CONSTAN- - made to the Netherlands without con- -' garding tho revival of submarine TINE AND GREECE BELIEVED slgnment to the Netherlands Over - warfare because It Is felt that Engt. & PREPARING FOR-WA- K "I hrtve the honor to In- land's abrogatlon.ot tha. Declaration you," writes Secretary Lansing of Landon has left Germany free of form to Sonator James,"that the American restraint in the matter of her promembassy at London has now reported ise to America." Germany's WILL JOIN THE ALLIES by telegraph that the British GovWalter Porstmann, ernment regrets that it connot ac- most skilled submarlnist, Is on tho cede to the deparment's request in program to command the squadron He recently receivof submarines. Should Little Country Decide To Dls- - tho matter. card Neutrality She Will Line Up "As- - this decision relates 'only to ed the order of Merita for sinking With Entente. a specific request raado with a view more than 100 vessels, which include to moderating the hardships of those transports, patrol vessels and merwho found themselves unable to ful- - chantmen. The return of the great submarine? Athens, Sept. 12, via London bept. fiil outstanding contracts because or 13. King Constantine has accepted the brief time given in which to Deutschland from the United States efthe resignation of Premier Zalmls mako arrangements to that effect, has encouraged further under-sewill not affect the' department's forts. Many now submarines will his cabinet. It and Tho belief Is entertained in the effort to secure the removal of all be equipped with improved devices, one of which will enable submarine entente capitals that the retirement restrictions upon tho shipment of of the Zalmls ministry Is preliminary ' bacco to Europe, which will bo con-tur- commanders to detect and destroy nets which England has laid and will to the entrance of Greece In tho war tlnued In every proper way lay In great numbers. Recent dispatches ble." with the allies. tho whereaMystery enshrouds from Berlin and Vienna show that bouts of tho submarine Bremen. That - BRITISH VIOLATE TUB there, also. It Is regarded as probNEUTRALITY OF THE U. S. sho has suffered damage to her en able Greece will soon abandon neugtnes or has been sunk by a powtrality and Join tho entente Washington, Sept. 12. Violation British destroyer is denied by naval ers. Tho precise causes which led to the of American neutrality by a British Authorities, hero. The Bremen should have reached -inUpv hnvn nnt torpedo boat, which held up and ex- f ., before tho steamer Cabu Baltimore, however, ex-- ! . amliied the Philippine .on .lisriosp,!., on nccount of the H. Deutschland started on her return witnin. .ne xerruonai ceptlonally rigid censorship. A London dispatch yesterday said Philippines, was reported to the War trip. y o M. Zalmls had complained that inter- - Department today by Harrison, TO FLOAT SHIP STONE nal incidents wero preventing hlmleral was The dispatch immediately IS MADE OF CONCRETE- from dealing with the external sltua-- 1 w " "" u,.... tlon. It is believed In London mat inuumiu uouo w-- - Chrlstiania, (via London), Sept. "w his resignation was duo to tho ract vigorous protest to ureal uriiain. 13, 1:04 a. m. A now typo ot snip that ho accepted tho Premiership on There has been more than one ' lia8 arrVed hero from the ship yards tho understanding that ho was to .complaint about tho activity of tho ot rjhrlstlanlafjord. The ship, which maintain neutrality, and in viow of Philip-- 1 resembles a huge barge, Is construct-plne- s, tho Bulgarian occupation ot Greek British vessels around tho and while Gov. Gen. Harri- - oel entirely of concrete, except for tenitory hud found this Impossible. sou's report furnishes tho basis for tj10 rju3( wi,Ich are steel, Is tho first Start of Tho Trouble. a specific protest, It Is probably that st0no vessel ever floated. It Is said Up to tho time of the dispatches r.rmt nrHnln will be called unon to n,a i,ii win rooiat inniue.-- liet- annouiiclng that M. Zalmls had pro- - regtr!ct tho operations ot patrolling ter than 8teel or w00d and that tho routed his resignation his retirement BquadronB generally In and near the , i8i thorofore, safer. was unexpected, for It was under terrltorlal waters ot tho Island. stood the Promlcr had assumed dicm More British Gold Here. tatorial powers and was iu an 774 GALLONS OF BEER Now York,Sept.12. Gold bars valnosltlon. PoIItl- otrniiir POURED INTO CREEK ued at between 22,0M,000 and $25,- afrn,rB reacbed crlsla aftor tho . . 000,000 wero deposited at tho assay invaded Northeasteru . . Vfi9tfir,av Princeton, Ky., Sept. 13. Mow- bv.r. P. Greece, and tho followors of former int-- a "sort,"'"" & Co., It was learned Venlzejos served warning on urinK joiiu ... - Morgan -- "",. -Premier f Canada omlt "" , King Constantino that he must nban- - authorities there confiscated 17J . I. Intn " - UCUOru.IIB iu .cj.u.i., , ....v. ,!, It woo onl.l CBBl-- Ol. .ueu. uuu nn...n.l It .. Ilia ,,, ...., .v "- . .,,, . - nf rirlt j.uu.1- .- .v uuii urn uu..o.. ..,.- - U.. liuuiuiuuu a v.wv..., .. nonr "" n n.ia had misled him and Influenced him WuierB ish warships. Canada's gold shipAt this tlmo Providence. In favor of Germany. ments to this country for tho present expressed confidence M. Veulvolos The beer was contained in 6,192 now exceed ?250,000,- asked the Lnlllna n l.rrinom 1 n I? ft total Of 774 movement In M. Zalmls, whom he , Mm UUU, T -l& . ..w. King to support, and It Is understood gailOIlB. J. rJ. Qlnllnn ntirtinr nf ...- dhoiiuiii an agreement had been reached un- alleged "Jingo Joint," had been fined Ctt&h For Eggs. der which tho Zalmls ministry was to and sentenced to Jail on the charge of We will pay 20 cents per 'dozon power with the strong violating the prohibition laws of tho coutinue in eggs today and lomor-ro-ni support ot tho Venlzelos party. county. Ho had. appealed from tho cash for fresh (Friday and Saturday).' cab-- . pending the appeal had After the fall of tho Yeulzolpa verdict and W. E. ELLIS & Blt6., Inet last October, oil account ot the left. the. county, and heHce did not put Produce Merchants,. King's1 disagreement with 'its policy in bis appearance to protest gainst ' tjniarttprd,-Ky- , favoring Intervention lu,t,ha war with the destruction of! thebeer.,, high-flyinto-da- y, ' ' seas-Trusa v. i ns possl-mombe- rs in.in ,,, mm ' J Governor-Gen-majorlt- i., . .l.,l. "'" '' 1 ' to-da- y, ,,, ... ir,. 1 '', FRENCH WRITER TELLS OF BATTLE HVKWITNEHS OK RETAKING THIAUMONT RESCRIHE8 FIGHTING. OV der tho brilliant artificial light and boyond tho barbed wlro entanglement posts stood plainly out against the Hare. ,1 could seo tho dark lines where tho trenches wore or had been. Signals Are Changed. MUSICIANS ARE HARD HIT BY WAR WORST ON VERDUN CcrmAn SigimlH To Men FRONT In Trenches Are Changed Nightly Hy Using HtlToreiit IlockctH. ParlK, Sept. 9. Details from an eyewitness liavo just been received describing the- retaking of Thlaumont, for months a desperately contested The point on tho Verdun front. Trench officer penning the account Mys the strugGlo exceeded In ferocity anything slnco tho beginning of the battle. Ho writes: "About 9:30 In tho evening hundreds of guns, moslly of largo calibre, opened thoir destructive fire preparatory to tho Infantry advance. Owing to tile firmness with which the Germans wcro Intrenched In the village, the bombardment was lnces-jaTho concentraand Intense. tion of heavy firing on this spot created din heard twenty miles to tho - , nt tho Increasing German firo following tho ntfpearanco of each red shower indicated tho sourco of tho signals. Then there wcro bombs throwing a ghostly green glow, others whoso rays wero a bright blue. Added to theso w.ib a bright light from tho Trench parachute bombs of Illuminathe tion, which hung high over German rockets, drifting slowly with tho breeze until tho flame flickered out. "The German Illuminating bombs, which are not sustained with parachutes, shot up behind their lines, falling In a long arc of firo until the ball struck the earth and disappeared in a cloud of smoke and sparks. The smoke clung donsely to tho hillsides, obscuring tho clear view the illuminating rockets otherwise would have given. "The activity was maintained un-tl- ll midnight, when tho French had strongly established themselves In Thlaumont and tho Germans ceased to rush up more men In tho costly effort." -- -- "Apparently, the German signal WENCH SINGERS, TEACHERS that night for Increased artillery fire AND INSTRUMENTALISTS was a great cluster of crimson lights SUFFER MOST. slnglo bomb rockot. thrown from a Theso signals chango nightly, but SMOTHER THEIR PRIDE Sotno In Dire Straits, Others Are Starving Despite Comfortable Public Appearance. Paris, Sept. 9. French musicians Instrumentalists, concert singers and teachers, excepting those who liavo gone to America arc among tho greatest sufferers from the pro. longation of the war. Those who rear. Watches Across Kivcr. "When the Infantry advanced I was jit Charny, across the river and above Thlaumont, of which I had a good xlev. As usual In trench sorties, the first line of attack was followed by trench cleaners, then reserves. The first line opened the way with hand grenades and rifles, finding less re-ilstance than was anticipated. In places' the German earthworks caved fn, burying tho men in the escalations at tho rear. The trench ' cleaners, whose duty Is to make cer- minis in PLANT HIGH FLIERS tain the subjugation of the Germans tv ho are allvo after the bombardCallfornla, Mo., Sept. 9. "The ment, passed tho French first line of attack, quickly disarmed the remain birds in the poultry plant here are ing Germans and sent- them to the real high fliers." They have one rear. The reserves arrived and suo- -' convenience that no monarch couM oessfully gaited and held the former have enjoyed fifty years ago. That convenience is electric fans. enemy positions. "It was dark when the attack be-- 1 Electric fans and running water an and pitch dark before it ended. ' have been Installed in the large feedThe darkness was emphasized by the ing station of the A. B. Cole & Sons Under the play of a tremendous glaro thrown by hun- plant here. dreds of illuminating signal bombs fountain In the feeding station is the together with the sharp flashes of ex- - favorite haunt for the ducks and ptodfng German shells throw vain- geese. The management 'found the fans ly to repel the French advance. Trom where I stood in the silent spec- and water save the lives of many tral rains of Charny I could see the fowls, and make them fatten faster waters of tho Mouse glistening un- - In- hot weather. w Clear Skin Comes From Within. It is foolish to think you can gain a good clear complexion by the use of face powder. Got at tho root of tho trouble and thoroughly cleanse the system with a treatment of Dr. King's New Life Pills. Gentle and mild In action, do not grlpo, yet they relieve tho liver by their action on the bowels. Good for young, adults and aged. Go after a clear complex-Io- n 1 today. 25c at your druggist. poultry - - A Woman' Problem 4 How to Fee! Well During Middle Life Told by Three Women Who Learned from Experience The Change of Life is a most critical period of a existence, and neglect of health at this time invites disease and pain. Women everywhere should remember lhat there is no other remedy known to medicine that will so successfully carry women through this trying period as Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, made from lut'rve roots and herbs. Read these letters: Philadelphia, Pa. "I started tho Chango of Lifo I always had a headacho and backache with bearing down pains and I would have heat flashes very bad at times with dizzy sjxjIIs and nervous feelings. After taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound I feel like a now person and am in better health and no more troubled with the aches and pains I had before, I took your wonderful remedy. I recommend it to my friends for I cannot praiso it enough." Mrs. MAitaARET Grass, wan, 700 N. Itkiggold St., Philadelphia, Pa. Beverlv. Mass. "I took Lydia E. Pinldiam'rf Vegetable Compound, for nervousness and dyspepsia, when I was iraing through tho Chango of Life. I found it very hclnful and iiavu always spoken of it to othor women who HUllor as I did am have had them try it and they also liavo received illllliillllillllllllllllll pood rcsiuls from it. Mrs. (jeouou A. Jjunhau, 17 Koundy St., Bovorly, Mass. Erie, Pa. "I was in poor health when tho Chungo of Jifo started with mo and I took Lydia & Pinkham's Vc&otablo Compound, or I think I should not hnvo got over it as easy as I did. Even row if I do not feel good I tako tho Compound and it restores mo in a short time. I will praiso your remedies to ovory woman for it may help them as it lias me." Mi's. E. Killing, 031 East 21th St, Erie, Pa. No otJicrmctllcIno has licon so successful in, relieving woman's ufferlng- us luw Lydia 13. IMnklmm'a Vegetable Compound. "Women may receive freound helpful advice by writing tlio Lydia K. Plnkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass. Such letters aro received And nmworod by women only and bold In strict confldcncoy five years ago. F. - had savings had eaten them up in two years waiting for a revival of social life ami the concert and soiree engagements, while today that revival seems to be as far off as It did a year ago. Some musicians liavo had engagements, such as opera singers and cafe consort artists. Altlio they have suffered less than those who liavo had nothing to do, they have felt tho situation acutely. Ono singer, who held tltlo roles at the opera 0 and who received about GOO francs a night before the war, now gets ten Ky. North francs. There aro also teachers who How to Give Good Advice. have been able to secure pupils, but Tho best way to give good advice Is the Place to Buy Fresh Groceries of all Kinds. with a reduction of from fifty to seve- is to set.a good example. When othnty-five prices. There ers seo how quickly you get over your per cent In Agency for SELECT FLOUR. . are many others who have not been cold by taking Chamberlain's Cough able to maintain their classes fit all Remedy they are likely .to follow your Salmon 3 cans for 25c. Lenox Soap 7 bars, 25c. They, with the Instrumental artists example. This remedy has been In NELSON'S SPECIAL COFFEE 25c per lb. out of employment, are in the worst use for many years and enjoys an position, for-teacher Is obliged to excellent reputation. Obtainable evguaranteed Gold Watch and Ticket for a ton-yekeep up appearances, generally pays erywhere, m Chain given FREE with each pound of a pretty good rental and has a raththis Coflee sold. er expensive household. WILLIS AND TAYLOH Mnny Hit Hard. MAG AN' TO DERATE AT "You would be surprised," said an American musician in Paris to The Proposition No. 1 The Church of Herald correspondent, "If you know God, or Christ, of which I, T. D. Willthe names of some great artists that is, am a member, Is Identical In oriWhile Ohio I could cite who are In the worst gin, name doctrine, and practice with possible dilemma as a result of pro- the church of the New Testament. longed idleness. Ono of them, a Afflrmatlve, T. D. Willis. Nexatlve. woman who has been applauded by H. B. Taylor. people from all over the world, Is Proposition No. 2 Missionary living on almost nothing, doing her Baptist churches, of ono of which I Office call washing and cleaning her own apart- am a member ire Identical In oriand pay and ment. Another Is selling off his rare gin, name, doctrine, and practice piece by piece, tho before with the churches of the New Testaand furniture the war he posed as a man of consid- ment. Affirmative, H. B. Taylor. Yours erable means. The rare engagements Negative, T. D. Willis that such artists now get Is only a This debate will bo held at Magan, drop In the bucket, for some of them Ky., beginning September 2G, 11)10, had Incomes of from 20,000 francs and continuing four days of two ses' 1Y, liapin At 10 n. m.. upward before the war, lived accord- uinMe afifli ingly and now have nothing." and run for two hours' nnd then two The musician In greatest distress hours intermission and two hours in I in Paris is not the poorly clad and the afternoon. HEItK IS A GOOD PLACE TO STOP FOR LITTLE MONEY -- . worn-face- d street singer or musician Louisville Hotel, Lou:sil!e, Ky., Main St., bet. 6th & 7th who goes the round of the Paris Will My Child Take Dr. King's New courtyards. Today ;the latter are Discovery? The Only Hotel in Inulhvllie Operate! on tlio tlie aristocrats of the profession. One This best answer Is Dr. King's New American anil European Plan. of these playing in tho courtyard, Discovery itself. Its a pleasant sweet AMERICAN PLAN (With Meals) with a baby lying in her violin box, syrup, easy to take, it contains tno Rooms without Hath but with Hot and Cold Running Wutcr. looking much worn, attracted the at- medicines which years of experience tention of charitable people who In- have proven best for Coughs and single, $2.00 per day; 2 people, $2.00 each 75 Rooms vestigated her case and found that Colds. Those who have used Dr. single, 2.50 per day; 2 pcoplo, 2.25 each 50 Rooms sho had in her year taken the first King's New Discovery longest are Its 50 Front Rooms. single, 3.00 per day; 2 people, 2.50 each Having best friends. Besides every bottle is prize at the conservatory. Room with Prlvnto Rath: located her, theso people pffered her guaranteed. If you don't get satissingle, 3.00 per day; 2 people, 2.75 each 50 Rooms such aid as she required, but shoj faction you get your money back. single, 3.50 per day; 2 people, 3.00 each 50 Rooms Tho Inference was Buy a bottle, use as directed. Keep made no reply. EUROPEAN PLAN (Without Meals) that her courtyard work brought her what Is left for Cough and Cold In Rooms without Ruth but with Hot and Cold Running Water. more than these charitable people surance. , offered. slnglo, ?1.00 per day; 2 people, ?0.75 each 75 Rooms Pride Is Smothered. Tho Story of The Olive. 50 Rooms slnglo, 1.25 per day; 2 people, 1.00 each The number of musicians who Tho story of the olive Is one that 50 Front Rooms. single, 1.50 per day; 2 people, 1.25 each have smothered their pride and gone begins back In the dim and misty Rooms with Prlvnto Rath: Into the street Is very limited, how-ove- r. past. For thousands of years man slnglo, 1.50 per day; 2 people, 1.25 each 50 Rooms Most of them aro in dire has used this magnificent fruit, and single, 2.00 per day; 2 people, 1.50 each 50 Rooms straits In spite of their comfortablo many prominent personages have conappearance In public, and some of sidered It an indispensable article of THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Cor. Sixth and Main Sts. them are nearly starving. Their re-- 1 food. It was given a prominent j European Plan Only. lief Is a most delicate and difficult place on the tables of Egyptian kings Rooms Without Rath, $1.00 und up; Rooms With Prlvnto Ruth, $1.50 matter, as few of them aro willing and was revered and often blessed and up Het1?atlng Place In Town. to exposo their needs. A good deal by tho patriarchs and Apostolic ' Tho Loulsvlllo Hotel and the Old Inn nro located in the wholesalo has been done In this direction, how- - Fathers. Noah know that tho flood district and only a walk to tho rotall district and thentera. over, by a society of musicians. had subsided because hla dovo re-- ; French and Americans, called "L'alde turned to tho ark with an olive LOUISVILLE HOTEL AND OLD INN COMPANY, Props. Affectouso aux Musicians," who thru branch. The ollvo tree has beon cul-- 1 their personal acquaintance with tlvated for Its fruit for thousands of am their fellow artists find It easlor than j years, and Us branches aro tho em- - j most charitable organizations to blems of peace. It has been greatly a fraternal hand. As the war Improved by cultivation, and today goes on, however, with a constant j Is considered ono of tho most doll-clo- m S3 multiplication of charitable commitluxuries of tho table. tees of different sorts and repeated Olives grow In different parts of demands upon charitable people for the world, but nowhere- to such perfunds, thero Is less spontaneous and fection as along tho shores of tho m H., . generous response ior .I.. ruuui ui mediterranean. Tho edlblo varie- m such poverty as this. ties aro grown In a very restricted m area with a radius of fifty mllos, of Will help parents develop their eons into which Seville, Spain, Is tho center. known Hero tho best typo of citizons and Christian . as the aro produced what areolives FOR FLETCHER'S Queen and Manzanllla gentlemen. Its patromigo is widely scat-- 2 varieties that man's Ingenuity has 4 never beon able to satisfactorily tered and comes from the best homes in Peace Not in Sight. grow olsowhoro. "National Distincedtho South. Its capacity is limited, there-- m I talked recently with a highly tion through Puro Food Ideals," W. ucated American who has Just C, Jenkins In National Magazlno for fore, reservations should be made early. from Goruiany and who September. cannot ho accused of bolng Placo your son in this select gioup of "Do the Germans still bellevo boys. Write they will be victorious?" I asked t I him. For Infants and Children "The Oormans are not foolish B enough to bolleve that either sldo In Use For Over Years victorious," ho replied. "They Always bears cau bo For catalogue and information. Box A. , see clearly enough that the war is the and that prompts them ' Signature of a stalomat to ask why this useless slaughter must go on. Granting that neither sldo can overcomo the other, why not make peace? That Is the basis of the peace talk you hear about, nut the German pcoplo would not accept a peaco the terms of which placed them In the position of n defeated nation. Rather than that thoy will go on with tho war for years. Tho allies do not reckon oh Germany being nearly exhausted in men or supplies. They know that sho is still strong In both. They aro Immensely stronger in men than Germany, but It was not Until they got tho advantage In artillery on tho western front that they could advance. If they can still keep on advancing and can ultimately force tho Few Germans back to tho Rhine. conservative military men think that the Germans can ever bo driven further. At tho worst for Germauy the war will end at the Rhine. With Germany still strong and' unbeaten It Is entirely possible that some unforeseen circumstances might The give her tho advantage again. allies are aiming their most effective blows at Germany's partners. Turkey Is In a bad way. Bulgaria may be surrounded and overwhelmed. But every effort Is bolng mado to If deal n death stroke to Austria. tho dual monarchy can bo put out of tho war Germany will have to face all her enemies slnglo handed. That sho can do so no one doubts, and but for tho British mastery of the sea sho might hold out for years. Martlu Marshall In Leslie's. rr New Price oif Ford Cars! Ford Runabout . $345-0- 0 Ford Touring Car . $360.00 F. 0. B. Detroit. Freight to Beaver Dam $18.00. E. P. BARNES & BR0. Beaver Dam, Ky. 'I ME AH mm Court Square. Hartford. a ar Don't Forget to at the County Fair s. at the Sheriff's your taxes save the penalty extra cost. respectfully, 0. KE0WN, Sheriff. ! I ' j ex-te- EIIIIIHiiMf Vanderbilt Training School for Boys io ELKTON, KY, Children Cry g n CASTOR! A anti-Gorma- n. CASTOR 30 A C&4& c$fo 5 MSTHEIMEY & BATTS EXPLORES FAIL TO FIND CROCKER LAND NAVAL NxKs!NvVkNcNs Children Cry for Fletcher's OITICICR RETURNS AFTER THREE YEARS IN FAR NORTH REGION. m DRAWS PEN PICTURE-O- F GENERAL JOFFRE NKITIIKK VICTOKV NOR DKI'KAT -- AL- AKKKCTK NHRVKS lilKS' OKKAT,' WAHIUOK. W London, Sept. 9. The special cor- respondent of a London newspaper draws the following Interesting pen picture- of Gen. Joffre, who Is believed to bo supreme head of nil the nllled armies, as ho appeared at gen- eral headquarters: "It was in a small room 10 feet by 15 feet, furnished with quiet taste, that Joffre, foretold tho doom of the .Teutonic armies. "Ills kepi, adorned with gold braid, hung on tho hack of an armchair, section maps were on the walls ft ml tables, marked at, different points With penciled arrowheads, each of which had been the signal for launching hundreds of thousands of shells 'Vat the corresponding point of.the actual line. "It is with a stubby pencil lying on his desk that tho general decrees tho hammer blows whero- with tho French and Urtlsh armies r. Vare wasting German "Nothing seems easier than to pay Gen. Joffro a call; in reality ho Is tho most difficult man in Europo to approach at this moment. Tho of tho precautions taken to bafeguurd him Is demonstrated by their unohtruslvoness, yot his safety Is as perfect as human ingenuity can make it. "Vastly more interesting than his surroundings, howovor, is tho man himself. Gcntlo and paternal, llko an old vlllago priest, ho Is In no way conveys tho impression of a superman to whoso supremo caro tho lives of millions of soldiers aro entrusted. "This crushing responsibility he has carried for two years without faltering. He is tho same Joffro who began to movo his millions in August, 1914, and an officer who has been In constant contact with him assures mo that neither victory nor reverse seems to affect tho Btoel nerves of this great war chief. volco ever rises "Mb ubovo conversational level, his speech nover accelerates under excitement, because he nover appears excited. "Ills snowy head, on tho well-se- t, burly body, Is that of o thinker. His unfathomed gray oyes reflect nono of tho horrors of tho titanic struggle of which an hourly report has reached him for two tragic years. "And though for this period ho has borno the most tremendous weight of responsibility that ovor .(Tell to a singlo man, without a day's rest, his health remains perfect. "Tho secret is that ho does his His ambiJob without worrying. tions are two first, to win final vic man-powelow-pitchslow-movi- eill-clcn- cy cil Flro In tho vacant lot back of following business men of Presbyterian church. The "girls In The costumes c'amt InUeaver Dam, Hockport, Ceutertown, their ceremonial and Hartford have gladly to view In Indian fashion and formMatauzas around the fire, in given to tho boys In the clubs tho ed n seml-clrcl- o their front of which, stood their guardian, or articles opposite amount After the regular names as premiums to these boys In candle lighting ceremony tho mothboth these contests: $10.00 ers wero welcomed to the Are by a Dank of Hartford short poem and the singing of Wo- Hartford Herald, 1 years sub 1.00 j helo. Tho ceremonial names were scription the j used In the roll call after which The Hartford Republican, 1 1.00 assistant guardian, Lcxse, read the year's subscription Count of an all day picnic given by Carson & Co., 1 buU of 5.00 tho Camp Fire Girls at Alrdrle on clothes Aug. 18th.' Honor beads of the J. C. Her, 1 cockrel, 3 pullets, i being Im.. , Err en crafts were awarded, 7.50 E. D. Thompson stran by tho Work A.00 mediately followed A. D. White 2.00 Song. A short talk on Camp Fire, W. E. Ellis & Bro. . , 1.00 its history, organization, and aim was Acton Bros 1.00 given by tho guardian. The meeting . Otho Dexter man Song 1.00 was closed by the Boo-g- a Dexter & Vincent 10.00 during which the girls followed the" Beaver Dam Deposit Bank.. 5.00 advice of tho song, "Pretty little E. P. Barnes & Bro Tho 2.00 maiden, better run away." Cooncr Bros 1.00 three candles of Work, Health, and E. M. Morton 5.00 Love were extinguished and all that Hockport Deposit Bank remained was the dicing embers of A. B. Kevll 1.00 tho camp fire. II. L. Tucker Fair & Co.. 1 pr. shoes.... 3.50 1.00 VILLA'S BANDITS KILL ONE, J. B. Tappan, 1 watch WOUND 2 IN TRAIN HOLD-U- P 2.00 Ohio County Drug Co . . 10.00 Ohio County Fiscal Court El Paso, Tex., Sept. 3. Passen5.00 J. B. Wilson 2.00 gers arriving at Juarez today from Everly L. E. was. held T. H. Benton, 1 riding bridle 1.50 Mexico City said their train 1.50 up below Jlmlnez by a score of Villa 1 riding bridle.. S. L. King, A. D. Kirk, 1 riding bridle.. 1.50 bandits, who killed ono Carranza This amount was equally divided guard and wounded another, as well between two clubs. Tho Pig Club as a small girl. After looting tho express box and Tho boys drew theirs last week. robCorn Club boys will get theirs later, holding up a few passengers, tho cannot be decided until the bers made, their escape. as theirs The passengers added that a loud corn Is harvested. However tho Corn boy had to be chosen at once In shouting of "Viva. Villa," was kept Club hold-u- p ocorder to get to the State Fair this. up by the bandits. The management curred between the stations of year. Tho State Fair and Rellano. had asked tho School Superintendent solect'one and.ho did Ozua Shults to Aro You Looking Old? so by lot, with tho assistance of Mr. Old age comes quick enough withBlankonshlp, Prof. H. E. W. C. out Inviting it. Some look old at Brown and Mrs. S. O. Kcown to draw neglect drawing tho card of forty. That is because they for them, she the liver and bowels. Keep your Delbert Nowcomb, son of L. L. bowols regular and your liver healof the Washington neighborthy and you will not only feel younghood, who will accompany tho winner younger. When troubled contest to tho Stato er but look of the Pig Club with constipation or biliousness take Fair, Monday, Sopt. 11. Chamberlain's Tablet. They aro Intended especially for theso ailments and aro excellent. Easy to take and roost agreeable In effect. ObtainFOR FLETCHER'S m able everywhere a. tory; then, to rctlro for life on a HOCKPOKT CASH 1'IHE GIRLS HOLD PUBLIC COUNCIL houseboat on ono of France's beautiful streams. Rockport, Ky. On Tuesday night, August 29th the Choctaw Camp of TIIK HOYS' COKN AM) PIG CliUIl PRK.IIIUMS Camp Fire Girls held a public Coun- Ensign Fitz-hug- h Green, United States navy.who has passed tho last three years In the Arctic regions with tho Donald B. McMillan cxpcdltfon In a vain effort to find "Crocker Land," returned to this country last week. Ho repeated tho statement mado by many other members of the expedition since they returned to civilization that Crocker Land was a myth. The cntlro region spoken of by Peary was explored and no such land as described by the admiral was found. The region was full of mirages, which at first deceived persons Into thinking land was close by, but disappeared upon investigation, h'o said. Ensign Green said that the head of the expedition, Donald B. MacMll-lawould arrive in this country In a short tlmo and publish a full resume of the voyage. While tho primary object of the expedition the discovery of Cocker Land failed, the voyagers, gathered considerable new scientific data. The expedition was sent out in July, 1913, under the Joint auspices of tho American Museum of Natural History, the American Geographical Society and the University of Illinois. It was formed because of Peary's statement that ho had seen a Held of mountains through his glasses from Cape Thomas Hubbard in July 190G. Tho expedition's steamship, the Dlanla, ran aground in the Straits of Belle Isle, July 17, 1813, and the party was transferred to the sealer Erlck. A station was established at Etah and a party of the expedition went on to Flagler Sound.from which they commenced tho search for Crocker Land In February, 1914. In June, 1915, fallurq to hear from the expedition caused its backers to send out the relief ship George B. Cluett. Tho ship met bad ice con ditions and was forced to put in at North Star Bay. The relief party proceeded further north In a motor launch placed at its disposal by Knud Rasmussen, the Danish explorer. At Etah the expedition was found suffering from want of food. Ensign Green made a perilous Journey by sledge to Southern Greenland. On August 22 of this year he notified the Navy Department of his safe arrival at Copenhagen. Green had declined to- give up the qearch for the elusive Crocker Land, He even in the face of starvation. worked under the most' unfavorable conditions for a long time before he was convinced that the effort was in vain. New York, Sept. 12. n, - tfiW?S35K53K5S$$$S5333S3$355$ Tlio Kind You Have Always Bought, nnd which lin.s been u u iui- utti u juiiB, ui uuniu ma HiKitauiro or uiiu Jias uuuii in.iuu unucr ins pcr su"n-- supervision sinco Us infancy. Aiimv no ono to deceive you I:i this. All S!filltlf nfitlt a. Tfftitf nflntta ntwl .Tnu4riu..i.j..l ft l. 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Soo, or wrlto Tlnslcy & Harnett, Hartford, Ky., for further particuinter-couiit- y lars, v French Dry Cleaned ana Pressed la Superior Manner. And how to work, and sleep, and us your Garments and Have Send m wako Them Advanced Notice. Is good for the mero going's sake; Wlllio camo to his mother Till, whether llfo seems gay or sad, Llttlo CLEANED CLEAN with the following query " I am so glad for men so glad! Packages called for and delivered. "Mother, what would you do If Margaret Wlddemer, In Tho Bellsome ono broke the largo vase In man. , THE ELITE PRESSING CLUB tho parlor?" ' HATES. A. Iv Nail, Prop. KENTUCKY FAIR "I would whip him," responded his mother. HARTFORD, 1CKNTUCKY. Hart, Hart County Fair, Horse After a fow seconds elapsed WilCave, September lie, with a. broad grin, said: Hubs. tribe for Tho Hartford Ohio, Ohio County Fair, Hartford, "Well, you better get ready. Tapa $1.00 per yew. September a broko It." 20-2- 4. And all the love each man who lives May buy for merely lovo ho gives And how it comforts us to pray Whether God hears or turns away, Ladies' and Men's Garments fill :S Fifty-fiv- e typewriters. sons explained by Moving ture machine. Seven big LesPicDe- partments Shorthand, Book- keeping, Telegraphy, Stenotypy, Musts, Primary Normal. Expert teachers. Modern equipassured. Position ment. Write for catalogue Daviess Co. Bus. e i Incorporated OWEN8110RO, KY. -- r Hartford Republican. Knterod Yclt nnd Hartford. K nrcoftlnK to law nt the rootofflea J.. mull nmttT ol the Mrond elan. Editor ALLISON J. HARNETT B. TINSLLY,. .Uuslncss Mnnngor W. Address nil communications The Hartford Republican. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS to to Bnbacrllwrn drutrlna; the pajier ml ddmw mot (tlTa the olil niiurexs in iuiimhb tbf rrqiuwt. DnttnrM I.ocnln nnil Nntlci 10e per line nml line tor enfh ntMlllowil Inwrtlon. Obltanrlr, Itniolutlon nml Card ol Th inla, nar lln. mimcT In mlviinc. Cburrh Notice lor nerrlcea tree, tot other dTertleniMitH. br vr line. commnnlntlon will receive Anonjmon n new lr (teotlon Ctuaa.'boxlcua.d. .... ..i Faimen' IXvitttol - 123 13. CO other prominent Republl-can- s were nt one time or another on the grounds lor the Republicans. Each party claimed victory before the election and the near 14,000 majority was n hard blow to (he Democrats. Every Republican running was elected with votes to spare. Tito Republican victory In Maine is slgnlficent for two special reas ons. It shows that the Republican party Is reunited and that tho people arc not going to flock to the support of Wllsdn on the measly plea that he has kept us out of war. Democrats arc claiming that the defeat means nothing. They say that only a majority of 15,000 would Indlcato that the voters do not approve of the administration policies. If the majority had been 15,000 they would have said 20,000 Just as quickly. They could have done nothing else. We have heard only explanations from our Democratic friends. There have been no cele- GROUNDS PRESENT GALA APPEARANCE WORKMEN PREPARE BUILDINGS AND TRACK FOR THE OPENING OF OHIO CO. FAIR. NEW COAT SUITS .3kk'-- l Workmen hnve been busy for the past several days preparing the most beautiful fair grounds In the State for the 31st annual meet of tho Ohio County Fair next Thursday, Friday All buildings needand Saturday. ing It have been repaired nnd whl-tenand the track has been put In good condition. The beauty of the park will be one of the Company's greatest attractions this year and its gala appearance will add a spark or two to the merriment of the vised For fall and winter are ready for your inspection. Notwithstanding the scarcity and high post of piece goods, we are showing a most wonderful assortment of high grade Ladies' Ready-toWea- r. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER REPUBLICAN TICKET. For President, CHARLES EVANS HUGHES. For Vice President, CHARLES WARREN FAIRBANKS. For Congress, JOHN P. IIASWELL, JR. For County Attorney, A. D. KIRK. AMERICAN CITIZENS RECALLED. - "The constitutional rights of American citizens should protect them on our borders, and go with them throughout the world, and every American citizen residing or having property In any foreign country Is entitled to and must be given the full protection of the United States Government, both for himself and his property." From the Democratic platform of 1912. After President Woodrow Wilson had accepted the above and had been elected on this platform he ordered American citizens out of Mexico and compelled them to leave their property, which he says should be given the protection of tho United States Government, for the Mexicans to loot and destroy. If they stayed In Mexico to defend their property they did so at their own risk, he told them. Can he now ask the proud American to support him for another term? "Remember the Maine," would not make a very good Democratic campaign cry. Some Democrats agree with Sherman and actually believe Wilson has kept us out of hell. Bakers are considering a raise In the price of loafing. Many Hartford people would be affected. Enemies of tho pigskin game are watching and waiting to see who will be the first 191G football victim. Reports from the border say Kentucky militiamen are seeing snakes. A change of brand has a queer effect at times. According to tho numbers of reports of his death Villa has more lives than any torn cat we ever heard of. In n few years tho present mili- good as any and when wo refuse them tiamen will likely be parading tho admittance to our shores their prldo streets as the Second Mexican War Is wounded and they stamp us as their common enemy. The Japanese Veterans. also aro ambitious and aro over fond A short Mayor Her has ordered tho la- of tho power of dictation. test fashion book' In order that he tlmo ago they made demands upon may dress tho old town up properly Chlnn, the compliance with which was extremely humiliating. ,Not satfor tho Ohio County Fair. isfied sho now demands more. UltiThe Adiimson law was enacted on mately poor China will be a province the "evo" of a btrlko and consequent- of Japan and sho will also grap at the ly the Democrats aro likely to bo put Philippines should wo llberato that out of tho political Garden of Eden. possession. She will alwuys want more. How fnr will, or can, we pereditorial writers aro mit it to go? fond of taking Jabs at tho RepubliJapan has profited Immensely by can nominee's whiskers, but so fur the war. Tho government owns they have failed to got his goat tee, great munition plants and all of the J tee. products will not go to Russia. She Many peoplo nttonded tho State Is proparing for war with tho United wo agree thoso who States Fair at Loulsvillo Tuesday because say wo and powcrlosswith prevent to are it was Governor's Day, hut many a It without sacrificing prinolplos men lad went to school that day in&toad, have gladly died for. Wo don't want for tho same reason. to holiovo It nnd in our anxiety not Thoso Paris negroes who broke to do so wo almoat lob sight of tho up their baptizlug with n quarrel an danger. Such a war would ho a fierco one. to tho mothods to ho used nnd filialovldontly We are lit danger of finding oursolves Berapo, ly u shooting thought It better to trust and keep unprepared and such bolng tho caso their powder dry than to bollovo and thoso who fight .preparedness should bo placed In tho ranks where only be baptized. moro men aro needed. Of course should oifr relations with THE VICTORY IN MAINE. With nil eyes upon hor and all Japan become again strained overy ' cars eagerly fixed to hear tho result, effort should and will be made to Maine comes across with u Republi- scttlo tho grievances by arbitration, can mujority us in the days of old. hut wo cannot arbitrate that hutred Practically every member of the for America that is so firmly set In Cabinet visited the old common- (ho heart of tho Japanese. Our danwealth In the interest of tho Demo- ger lies to tho West and wo should cratic State party and tho Wilson lZ romembor that friends will bo needministration, while Hughes, Roobc- - ed should the struggle come. Anti-Hugh- itors. Business houses on Main and other brations. real test. The re- Hartford streets have agreed to have It is the first their sult indicates a Republican victory the streets swept In front of away and O. O. P. followers places and the city will haul in November the trash damaging to a neat ap are pleased. pearance. It Is nlso likely that the town will be decorated for the fair WHERE OCR DANGER LIES. This awakening of civEven a few months before the next week. gratification great European struggle burst forth ic pride is a source of to the public spirited citizens. and caused nations' to stampede like Much interest is being taken In tho western herd the man who foresaw annual air hop to bo given nt Dr. the cloud and dared utter aloud his night nnd it Is prophecies was ridiculed and laugh- Bean's rink Friday expected that many out of town vised to scorn. So long had our Interests been protected by tho wing of itors will attend. the dove of peace that we Imagined Sale Notice. war only a guise for the exchange I will sell at public auction five of puppet crowns. We looked upon high a treaty as an iron bound contract, head of horses, two of them bred young stallions, surrles, bugrespected by both the mighty and the Ky., lowly. War, to our mlndswas only gies, wagons, etc., at Hartford, September 18, 191G, at about 12:30 would-b- e history made by the extinct world conqueror and chronicled by p. in. Will sell on a credit of twelve months, notes with approved surety ancient foes. if deIs no wonder then that we were required. Will sell privately It DR. L. B. BEAN, wo sired. startled beyond realization when Hartford, Ky. suddenly, awoke to find nations grap0-pling at their neighbors' throats, and frenzied rulers seeking the blood of their kinsmen. The civilized world MAINE CARRIED was horrified and until this day It BY RERUBLICANS has not realized fully the awfulness of tho thing. Neutral nations were freightened lest they become engaged and some even wondered how they (Continued from First Page.) had escaped and went so far as to congratulate jthemselves Jthat ,they Both the Republicans and Demohad. Across the continent some decrats had thrown their full strength sired to pay homage to a fancied excontest. alted power that had saved them into the National Issues were kept to the from the throes of war, when In reality, there was no cause whatever for front from the start to the finish of the campaign. Several members of their participation. the President's cabinet were In tho The United States, one of the most State and more than fifty orators of peaceful nations in the world, was national prominence in .both parties suspicious and with his back uncon- campaigned throughout the State. sciously to the real danger Uncle Sam Pe.ico vh. Tariff. stands at the edge of the rolling The peace issue was kept in the waves.each one reddened by the blood foreground by the Democrats. It and was Europe's battlefields, from the belief of the Democratic manwatches to see who he should watch agers that the Maine election would and all the while he scorns the warn- show whether or not the people bealso lieved the ing to look behind. England President should be electscorned those who would foretell the ed because he kept the country out conflict that was to come: of war. Unless there Is a miraculous Herf Sees Victory. change In the sentiment of the JaChicago, Sept. 11. "Maine gives panese we are as certain that we face the first appeal for a return to a proa war with Japan as we are of things tective tariff and the first answer to peothat have happened. The little the Adamson bill," Alvin T. Hert, ple of tho Orient multiply so rapidly Western Republican campaign mananecessary that ger, that it is absolutely said tonight. they have an outlet. They seek the "The victory today assures us of United States. Tills country would victory In November. The victory be unmistakably foolish to permit tho means that Maine has had enough of hundreds of Japs to land on its the Wilson Administration. It also shores. There aro too many here means that the Republicans are to now. gain control of the United Stntes SenBut Japan Is a proud nation. She ate and that Charles E. Hughes, feels that her peoplo are Just as when ho enters the White House next S&i Early Shoppers in this line will save money, as '. iH every week shows further advances in merchandise. You will appreciate our Suits at $15.00, $17.50, $20.00, $22.50, $25.00, $30.00, $35.00. Won't you give us an opportunity to show you our suits? E. P. Barnes (EL Bro. BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. March, will be accorded the support STRAY STREAKS. of a Republican House and a Republican Senate. As goes Maine, so (By Fluke McFluke.) goes the Union." Senator Walsh, of Montana, Democratic Western campaign munager, Wo spent the hinder pnrt of last would not comment on the returns week nnd the front end of this week early hi the evening. He said they camping down tho river. Yes, I were Xoo Incomplete. was unduly afflicted with sobriety, tho wlfo was with US' and on tho Job Hanking Fixtures For Sale. all the time. I am ready to nrrango for tho private sale of 1 banking house and It's a sad, sad time for Heg Cnse-bllot, 1 dwelling, 1 livery stable and when ho Is forced to sprend so miscellaneous banking fixtures. Ap- much gray or white paliU. To our ply to L. C. BROWN, certain knowledge Heg has to a very Special Deputy Banking Com., large extent, smeared more of tho McHcnry, Ky. red during tho past 20 years. Yes, 10t4 Heg's long suit has decidedly been Shoes with quickly removable soles in the use of the red. and heels liavo been invented in France for railroad men, so that they Chief of Police Burton has been their feet be in ofllco but little more than can escape should caught in tracks. weeks and it Is said that he has already prepared and delivered moro as many notes as Notice. than one-haBy order of the Fiscal Court Ohio President Wilson has In his whole I will receive term. Go to It Bill, wo aro for you County, Kentucky, sealed bids for the gasoline engine even If paper Is advancing. now owned by Ohio county. , All bids must bo filed with mo by 10 The boss forced us to work 8 hours minutes yesterday and o'clock n. m., Oct. 4, 191G. This nnd 33 engine can be seen on Beaver Dam knowing that the public Is bound to road near John have this sheet and that It can't be and Cromwell Brown's. Tho court reserves the right gotten out without us, wo served a to reject any and all bids. srlko order this a. in., affective next Monday, believing however, that T. II. BENTON, Mayor Her would call tho City Coun Road Engineer. 1H3 er together nnd Imvo an 8 hour law passed, and like some jbthors we know of, wo don't exactly court investigation, either. cil ' t I Mrs. S. O. Kcown, Mrs. Rowan and Mrs. Ed Bnrrass, each accompanied their husbands to tho State Fair this week. Tho modern woman has It all over tho ancient sister when It comes' to diplomacy, economy nnd especially In keeping most excellent husbands lit tlitr very best condition. "" Hol-bro- ok to Just why Ernest nirkhead would have bars placed across tho windows room, as he says to of an keep tho children from fnlling out, when It developed thnt no one but Ernest ever uses the room Is .moro than we can understand. It .looks to us like an old gent was rather of himself. rs lf Rol Riley's friends say that If he, R. R. Is forced to go thru another 1- -3 season without base ball and ns little fishing as this season has furnished Hopklnsvllle or Lakeland's population Is certain to be increased by least one. jit Miracle Seed Wheat. I am offerBearded, recleancd. ing my crop of this excellent wheat at $1.75 per bushel whllo tho supi'Y? lasts. E. G. AUSTIN, 9t4 Prentis, Ky. PARAMOUNT PICTURES ARE IN THE BEST HOUSES ONLY Paramount' mm STAR THEATER Week: of Pair d ,. SHOWS EACH NIGHT You Cannot Afford to Miss Any One Of These Numbers. j SHOWS EACH NIGHT featuring (IKRALD1NI2 Tuesday Night, Si'pt. U) "(WRMIAY Animated Bray Cartoon. FARRAR. Also a ono-roI's'.li Stur Theater al prlcws el.ewho.ro, from 30c to $1.30. prlco 10c. Wednesday NIkIiI "THE ETERNAL (MTV," a grout rellglotm drama, hook written by Hall Culno, featuring PAL'LINK FREDERICK. This Play wus produced amid the grandeur and bouuty of modern Rome. For the (list tlmo In th hlBtory of motion pictures the Vatlcuu Gardens, the Coll-souSt. Peter's, the Cnstlo of St. Angolo and many other hlstorlcul and Impressive spots in the Imporjnl City have been usd ns n sotting for n screen production. ol "CINDKRE Ua,' featuring! MARY PICKFORD. comedy. Kililuy NlKht "THE COUNTRY IIOV," featuring MARSHAL N 121 LAN. Also a one-recomedy. Saturday Nlghl".STII,L WATERS," featuring MARGUERITE CLARK. This Is one of hor greatest plays. Also a ono- rool comedy. Thursday Night Also a one-re- el First show begins itt 0:510, second bIiow at 7:45 caoli night except Wednesday night, which will begin ift (5:30, second show at StfO. Admission each night usual price, 10 cents, except the special production Wednesday night, when it will be adults 250, children 15n. The" Theater everyone recognizes as tho J J EST because of its exolnsive franchise for tho showing of Paramount Pictures and fie consistent policy of always making better. V1U ! i policy, which is the biggest asset in this business, has never been , better shown than in our present full stock of value-givin- g The Mr Ilufus Williams and family, formerly of flcflln, hnvo moved I the Woerner property on Union St. LATEST WAR Monday. Austria-Hungar- NEWS i y, Su&xurf REINFORCED HOSIERYSnug fit, Reinforced at toe and heel and with triple knee, this is the play stocking Mrs. Maudo I'oUh, of Nashville, Tcnu., and Mrs. Doslila Thompson, of Island, Ky., were tlio guests of Mrs. 8tep Sosh, city, from Wednesday until Friday of last week, i Mr. Illchard 1'. Nail, a former resident of Hartford and brother of Mr. A. T. Nail, deceased, died of paralysis at his homo In Hartshure, 111., last Wednesday, Soptember G. You can fool some peoplo part of 4ho tlmo but you can't fool all of tlio Austria. Thnt The New Goods For -- while she would hall peace with joy, has no Intention of quitting tho fray nt tho present under the terms her enemies would Impose, Is the statement made by Baron Bulnn, the n Minister of Foreign Affairs. Austro-Hungnrla- The Autumn Season Now Occupy all Departments of Our Store. - For Boys and Girls 0k mLz I 'r.) supreme. guaranteed fast colors, accurate sizes and moderate price are other reasons why we recommend them. 1 peoplo all of tlio time for they are coming to the Ohio County Fair In droves next Thursday, Friday nnd Saturday. Dr. L. li. Uean has repainted and decorated his opera houso and when tlio installation of the now equipment Is complete, will opernte a moving picture show. Ho expects to open the theater before tlio fair. Darnard nrrrlved Mr. Mayworth Tuesday from Tulsa, Okla., where he has been engaged in the oil business Mr. for tlio past several months. Ilnrnnrcl expects to move with his family to Oklahoma in the near fu- , ture. What would a circus be without France. Repulse of an elephant? What would n counGerman ty fair be without a counter attacks are reported bjr both Ono of tho most beautiful machines London and Paris in the Sunday In a review of the ever constructed will be at the Ohio communications. County Fnlr Thursdny, Friday and operations along tlio Somme for the merry-go-roun- Rumania. Tho capture of Sllis-trl- a, n Rumnnlan fortress sixty miles enst of Bucharest, was announced Inst night by tho Berlin Wnr Office. According to tho snmo stntcment the Russians nnd Rumanians fighting in Dobrudjn apparently havo suffered very considerable losses during the past few days. The Rumanians are keeping up their advance ngatnst tho Austrlans in Banat and have forced the Austrlans to withdraw to their former positions under n strong counter attack. Berlin nnd Vlennn conccdo that gains have been made by the Russians in tho Carpathians west of Zabic. Attempts, on the part of the Slavs to break through tho Austrian lines nt Hnlicz, however, nrc nid to have failed. Intho two weeks just closing 'the stocks of the store have undergone n complete change. Summer goods have slipped quietly away and the many sections now present fall and winter merchandise fresh,' new, fascinating. We shall maintain twenty-eigh- t years our reputation of the past that of moderation in price. ill-mad- e, In spite of a flood of trashy productions caused by existing market conditions, our patrons will be offered merchandise of intrinsic worth. Women's New Fall Coat Suits are arriving in great numbers. Fullness and soft lines seem to dominate both Suits and Coats. Suits made of Serge, Gaberdine and Poplin seem to be used. Prices from $10 to $22.50. We would be pleased to have you call and let us show you the New Goods, Suits and Coats. ( .- K 'HV M mil jEkz&6a Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, HKITRMllKK 15. Get your meals at Tlchcnor's Stag Rcstnurant during the Fair. Cigars, tobacco nnd cold drinks. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Hunter and Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Illley were In Owensboro Monday for "Tho Birth of a Personal News f Nation." Wanted Twoglrlsto help with cooking nnd household work. AdDIl. L. B. BEAN, dress Hartford, Ky. Col. J. wn'o'rdTMrTand Mn5- - It. E. Lee Sjmmerman and Miss Winnie Davis Slmmerman motored to Owensboro Monday. All concerned in tho plural Credit system, pleaso meet a( court house In Hartford next Saturday, Sept. 16. S. T. BAItNETT. Mr. Wm. Fnlr will return today from Cincinnati and Louisville, whoro ho spent several days 'in the Interest oY Fair &. Company. Mr. and" MrsTUowan Hofbrook and daughter, Miss Murium Holbrook, at tended the State Fair nt Louisville Wednesday nnd Thursday. Misses Mnfy'SIarksTMaTgaret Williamson and Helena Miller left Monday for Bowling Green, where they matriculated In the Western Kentucky Normal. Mr. AlvlsS.BcnnotfTSecrctary of the Republican State Campaign Committee, returned to Louisville Tuesday mornlnE, after a short visit with ' his parents here. Miss LonJttn" Hayes,,, ot Bowling Green, nnu Mpssrs. T. A. Carter and Jnmes Conner, of Huntsvlllo, Ala., wero tho guesta of Miss Beatrice , HuyneS last week. ft Messrs.Mnck Bentgtf nnd J&mes Coleman, of Ccntortown, loft Monday for Loxlngton where they will be students In tho Kentucky Stuto , this yoar. Loans wnnfciriiTMuiilonborg, McLean, Davlois, Wobstor, Butler and real Ohio counties on good first-claestate for 5 years. W. II. PARKS, Hartford, Ky. 50tC Mr. ancrMrsTRTwrTlnsloy loft Wednesday for tho University. ' of Mississippi where Mr. Tlusloy will rosuino his duties as Instructor In modern languages. For n llghTlunch or a siiuaro meal during tho Ohio County Fulr come to Tlchenor'8vStag Restaurant. On tho loft eldo of Main Btroet coming from Prices right. tho fair grounds. W. T.'Mckonuoy und Miss Ella Dr. McKounoy, of Beaver Dam, and Dr. J. It. Ptrtlo, Miss Lucilo Plrtlo nnd Mr. Vernon Llgon motored to Owons-bor- o Tuesday, returning Wednesday. Unl-vorsl- ty ss and Social Events. : t 4. Acton Bros, for your fresh 1U2 Timothy Seed of Owensboro, Mr. Marvin lllack, was In Hartford this week. Mr. A. wTLogan left last week for n business trip to Oil City, Pa. Sco Mr. J. A. Duke will return this ternoon from a visit to Louisville. af- V good repair. Apply at this olllco Ctf Mr. J. llTTappaii and family were in Owensboro Tuesday nnd Wednes- Mny. '. For tcnt. A In " Mr. J. H. U. Carson wilt leuve for a. business trip to Nashville. A now" girl has arrived at the home of Mr. and' Mrs. Tob Hoover, to-,d- route' 2, . attending tho Kentucky State Fair at Louisville. n' Hello Glrl,whero you been? Misses Hettto and Uuth Illley are jTus8 "Ueen to tho Ohio County Fair and I'm goln again. Mf. H. KTMIschkb'and family left Saturday for a visit to Mt. 'Vernon, IJarmersburg and Iliyull, Ind. A. high "d"lve. and aTalToon ascension 'each day of tho Onto County Fair. Other free attractions. "' IfMIss Verila "Duke arrived from Tuesday and Is vlslt-ln- g Bowling Clreou her alstpr Mrs. U. S. Carson. .Matt'ya Duko returned from .Masojjvillo Tuesday, where sho was - tiip' guest of Miss Dorothy Taylor. past .week tho British claim to have Saturday. Reports say tltatpeople all over taken ground from the enemy to n Ohio county are making arrange- depth varying from 300 to 3,000 ments to meet you at the Ohio Coun- yards along a front of 6,000 yards ty Fair Thursday, Friday and Sat- Scen German aeroplanes are said urday. Three days of recreation, to have been forced down In nuamusement nnd genuine pleasure. merous air battles, and the French have also bombarded vnrious railHaven't you earned a short rest? road depots. Mr. Guy Sutler has resigned as superintendent of the McIIenry Mines Bulgaria. The Bulgarians to accept a traveling position. Ho Varna, the principal port will make his headquarters In Lou- on the Blnck Sea, according to inforisville for the present but expects to mation received yesterday in Lonbo transferred to Nashville, Tenn., don from Genoa. later and will then move his family ' to that city. Tuesday. Tho Great European Shows will . Macedonia. The British troops in be at tho Ohio County Fair Thurs- their advance across the Struma in day, Friday and Saturday. Arrange- the region of Lako Tahlnos have drivments to that effect were made with en the Bulgarians from four villages, Secretary Slmmerman, of the Fair says a London War Office statement Company, this week. The Great Eu- on the operations In Macvedonla. The ropean Show company will bring .British also repulsed strong Bulgar six big attractions. ian counter attneks. of the Ohio The management-County Fair has signed a contract Trunsjlvnnla. Austrian troops fighting In Eastern Transylvania havo with Capt. William Kanell, the high diver, who will dlvo 120 been withdrawn further In front of feet Into a small tank each day of Rumnnlan forces, says an offlclnl n tho fair, SepU 21, 22 and 23. This statement Issued from headquarters. Rumanian atis forty feet higher than any man ever dived in Ohio county. There tacks north of Orsova, on the Danwill also he a balloon ascension each ube, were repulsed by the Austrlans. day. Wednesduy. Word Iiqb been received here to Western Front. The French, in tho effect that former Lieutenant Clarence B. Shown, of Company H, tho renewed offensive north of the K. N. G., has been appointed Captain Somme, again have smashed the of tho company to succeed Captain German line, capturing the front James M. DeWeese, and that former lino trenches and about 1,500 prisThree and three-quartSergeant Estill L. Barnett has been oners. miles of trenches were taken within latappointed 1st Lieutenant. Tho ter has b'cen detailed to instruct re- half an hour. Additional trenches of cruits at Ft. Thomas. Members of wero taken east nndsouthenst poH Company seem to bo well pleased Combles, which make the French with their position on tho border. sition north of Pennine a menacing It is expected that they will bo put one. on nctlvo patrol duty In a short Muoedonln. On the Macedonian tlmo. front tho heavy offensive of the EnMr. Nat Llndlcy nnd son, John C, Bulgarian tente Allies continues. L. E. Everloy, Pt. Pleasant; Addison trenches on a front of two miles and Howard, M. Bean, Glenn Barnes, to a depth of 800 yards aro said to Ewell and Georgo Baugh, W. W. have been taken by the French. Tho Browder, Judge John B. Wilson and Allies are said to havo sufson, John Allen; Delbert Nowcomb, Teutonic fered heavy losses. It Is unofficialMrs. A. W. Logan nnd Miss Florence ly reported that the Bulgarians have Logan, Sheriff and Mr3. S. O. Keown, evacuated tho forts at Kavala due to Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Barrass, Mr. and tho presence of allied warships In the H. P. Taylor, Mayor J. C. Her Mrs. harbor. and Mr. J. D. Duke, of Hartford; Mr. C. T. S. Overton, Centertown; Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Cooper, Beaver forGreece. M. Dlmltracopulos, wero among thoso from Ohio Dam, mer Minister ot Justice,1 has been county nttondlng tho Stato Fair ut asked by King Constantino to form Loulsvlllo, this week. a new Cabinet. Tho resignation of tho ZalniUJ Cnblnet has been nccept-eSor Sale. Dlmltracopulos, n supporter of Nine-rooresidence and three expressAlso 120 tho pollcles.of Vcnlzelos, has town lots In Hartford. ed tho opinion that with Rumania In acres Rough river farming land. For partlcularrt nnd terms, apply to tho wnr it was time for Greece to 1H4 abandon her neutrality. M. W. BARNARD, Hartford. Austro-Hun-gariaer d. m Carson 6fc iTCoztroitATsa Co. Hartford, Ky- - DOLLAR AND A HALF WHEAT A dollar 1.50 for September wheat in tho Chicago Market! and a half for cash wheat before the rattle of the thresher has dJed away In the winter wheat belt. lly September 1st wheat generally touches Its lowest point, Tlio winter wheat is then on the market and spring wheat is pressing hard for sale. wheat makes us think. In A dollar and a half for September 1014 with a billion bushel crop, wheat toppled tlio market in Febd less and with no ruary at 81.07. With a crop In 1010 reserves, wheat selling for a dollar and a half, makes us think there is something good in a 1017 crop of wheat to our Farmers. Jjct's get busy and make n bumper crop in 1017 which wilt mean crop In bumiier dollars. In order to reap the best results on a t this country farmer should U!o tho best Fertilizer and that K DAYBREAK, which wo will offer to you for cash at prices that cnu not le duplicated. See us and place jour orders now, bo that we can get the goods to jou in due time. one-thir- : wl-a- ACTON BROS., Hartford, Ky. WQQQQGQQ&fQ$GQQ$&S Beaver Dam School 1 OPENS- - S Gft September 4, 1916 All outside pupils holding common school plomas may aitond tho High School FREE. ' di- - For Sale. No. 1 Seed Wheat, reclenned. Tests 61 pounds. For cash only. ELLIS MILLING CO, Hartford, Ky. 10t2 & 9 iil tho University of Koutucky. Mrs. MuryWliito, of Charleston, Mo., Is visiting Captain and Mrs. S. K. Cox and Mrs. IS. R. Birkhoad. Jllg Ico cream supper ni uoslien Saturday night, Sept. 10, for benefit of school. ROY FOREMAN, Teacher. Mr. JainusD. Ford, who had a. sud- while don attack of appondlcltls teaching school near Rockport, has been, removed to tho home of Mrs. '"FrunkMay ou Union streot. Iglcheart left Sunday for Lfjxlngtqu to take up his studios Mr.. Itoyso Strayed From my farm ono mllo nprth of Echols, Ky., nbout August 1, ono muloy holfor, red nnd whtyo mixed, more red about nook nnd shoulders, nbout 19 mouths old, crop and In loft enr, swallow fork in Informntion lending to her right. recovery will bo rowarded. ERNEST BROWN, Hartford, Ky. 10t4 un-dcr- France. North of tho Sdmme the French enlarged their positions oppo new site. Combles nnd stormed tronches. Tho Tnrls report claims that 2,300 Germans woro made prisoners within tho past two days. g A41 Tobacco Meeting. Tobacco Growers Tho Association Is called to meet nt tho court house In Hartford Saturday, September 30, at 1 o'clock. All thoso having tobacco pooled will pleaso turn In tho amount ns wo aro anxious to ascertain tho total, BIRCH TICHENOR, Ch'm'n. Farm and Timber For Sale. Situated on railroad, one mllo About 75 north ft Echols, Ky. acres, half in cultivation and balGood Iiouec '"ft ance in good timber. and two barns, outbuildings, concrete collar, threo everlasting wells Will bo of water, young orchard. told In noxt 30 days. tho week at Loulsvlllo and attend tho ERNEST BROWN, Ky. Stato Fair. Hartford, 1014 -- . Mlbs Klia McICenney was the guest I HL'AVEIt DAM DEPARTMENT. ot Misses Winnlo Davis Slmmerman Sept. 13. Misses Nell Plummor and Luclle l'lrtle, ot Hartford, last eek-enand Gonavu Taylor left Monday to r Rev. W. C. Frank entertained tho enter school nt Peorlu, 111. Mr. Claudo Shultz spent last week-en- d Men's Bible Class Friday evening In at his homo at Narrows. tho Sunday School rooms of tho. left Methodist church. Mr; und Mrs. C. P. Austin Tuesday to spend tho remainder of Dr. W. T. McKeuuey and daughter, departments aro open to outside pupils.. . Thoso prepared to enter High' School aro ' cially urged to matriculate Soptember 4th. ?2 For further information, address V cspe- - g CLAUDE SHULTZ, I $GSSGGQQS&t Beaver Dam, Kv. j accompanied by' Dr. J. K. l'lrtle, daughter and V. P. Llgon, of Hartford, motored to Owensboro Mon-da- y afternoon to see "Tho lllrth of a Nation." Itov. ami Mrs. Napier, of Hartford, aro tho guests of Hev. Napier's mother for a few days. Mr. Everett Likens loft Sunday afternoon for Lexiugtb'n, to resume. hU studies lu Stato Uulvorslty. issv&sssss! SEE OUR NEW PALL. GOODS NOW ON DISPLAY Hub Clothing Co. HARTFORD, KY. QQQQQQGSSWW&WX&SSG&WGSl Wagons! "Wagons! Wagons! Befor you buy you should examine our hand maae farm wagons. They run lighter, are made of thfi vorv best material and last far longer than any machine made wagon you can buy no matter what price you pay. We also do all kinds of Blacksmithing and lie- pairing, especially the hard jobs the other fellow f I can't do. We also make a specialty of Horseshoeing and earnestly solicit your patronage in this line. Respectfully yours, i A. B. Row 6c Son j Centertowri, Ky. Thirty-fiv- e years experience in the shop. ' cide on how to increase still further the sale of their lights. Nobody had any Ideas until an Irish secretary, MAGNET FOR JAPS who was In the office, said: " 'I have a suggestion, "Asked what it was, he explained that It would be a fine Idea to spread THOUSANDS DARRKI) FROM U. a report that it would be bad luck S. FJ.OCK TO THE LATIN to light more than two cigarettes COUNTRIES. with one match. The suggestion Is said to have made good." "Why did they stop at two when they might have made it one?" Mr. Tokio, Sept. 9. With the gentleman's agreement barring the way to Wilson asked. "Too extravagant nobody would the United States, Japanese immihas been flowing in a grow- have believed it," -he answered. gration ing, stream to South America and Rati to Huve u Cold Hans On. has now reached large dimensions. Don't let your cold hang on, rack The Kiyo Maru of the Tokio Kisen your system and become chronic Kalsha service sailed from Yokohawill Dr. ma with 931 stearago passengers when you. Dell's It heals the inflammation, of whom, except a very help aboard, all cough and loosens the few bound for Honolulu or San Fran- soothes the once. were booked for South Amer- phlegm. You breathe easier at cisco, is a laxaDr. Bell's ica. tive Tar Syrup, the pine tar balsam The steamer also carried forty-fiv- e heals the raw spots, loosens the mu-coJapanese girls on their way to South and prevents irritation of the of America to become the brides bronchial tubes. Just get a bottle farmers who have settled there. They today, were selected by a marrage agency of Dr. Bell's its guaranteed to help you. At drugout of 200 applicants. The fortu1 nate ones were the survivors o'. a gists. physical strict examination into their MOVIES and mental condition and their edu- RUSSIANS SHOW PRISON CAMP IN GERMAN cation. Brazl is most attractive to the JaBerlin, Sept. 3, via wireless to panese who find that they get profitSayvlllo. Twenty captured Russian opportunities there for land able prison camp The Japanese community officers interned In the at Burg, near Magdeburg, havo oralready numbers 7,000, according to company, reports reaching this country, and ganized a moving picture with the consent of tho German mil they are as a rule prosperous and itary authorities. tonteutel with tholr condition. Tho strange company has a capi. tal of $500 and is doing an excellent SUPERSTITION OF LIGHTING business. Tho building for tho theCIGARETTES IS EXPLODED ater Is situated in tho center of the camp and has been donated by the New York, Sept. 13. John C. German army administration. It Wilson, brother of George T. Wil- contains 250 seats and is sold out son, one of the vice presidents of the twice dally. An admission fco of 12 Equitable Life Insurance Soclety.was cents Is charged. Tho films are furtalking with two friends In the Waldorf- nished by two German companies at -Astoria. Ho pulled out a ci- a nominal rental and tho program Is garette case and handed it to his changed twice overy week. Four friends. Ono of them favored him German officers act as censors. -t with a light. First ono cigarette (hen the second was lighted. Then Cook Out of Doors Now. Mr. Wilson nicked the match from There was an explosion which sounded llko soveral earthquakes, tho other man's fingers. "Novor light three cigarettes with and then this interesting conversaone roach," ho said, with a frown. tion followed: "Why; bad luck?" ho was asked. "Oh, Mary, what have you done?" "No, not exactly, but beforo I go "It's all right, ma'am; It's only to dress for dinner I guess I can toll tho stovo gone out." you the reason. Not so very long' ' "Gono out?" ago tho directors of a certain match "Yes, ma'am; thru the side of tho company are said to have met to dc Louec!" SOUTH AMERICA IS ey Plne-Tar-Hon- ue caused a pcnsntlon In the Grand Ho SKCIIKT MILITARY MAI'S OK IT. s. HTOM'tf, KOl'XI) tel nt tho time It occurred, which was In tho middle of a Fourth of July HOTEL New York, Sept. 0. The theft of hall, but overyono recognized It for secret military maps of the United n drunken lapse and nothing was said States was said to have been dlsqlos-e- d nbout ll. The marine was arrested tonight when federal agents who and is now at Shanghai nwaltlng l. recovered them confronted Herbert trial by Saucr, In Jail here, and accused him of stealing them from coast guard RATTl.HriKLD SOUVENIRS officers. Tho maps, It was said, were BRINGING RIG PRICES in recovered in a rooming house ELofamerican IDEALS Baltimore, whero Saucr is said to Paris, France, Sept. 9- .- Smnll for-- I havo lived. tunes are being mado by collectors 'In a city where good hotels abound, lhePowhUo.beil the Saucr, who claims to be tho son nf souvenirs from Europe's ImttK Jiit. Many publish catalogs sc of a Wcstphallan nobleman, was ar- - fields. It li first lnlh hearta.ot its countrymen.V ago in con- - tltts forth descriptions and prices, rested here a few days ,t t one list a silver and gold Ger-o- f nectlon with tho mysterious death Mrs. Caroline Tlarks, 73 years man Btnff General's helmet Is tick-oleted nt $4 SO. A helmet and breast-Feder!h'i;!fjvtJ tonight Pato of n major In the Kaiser's body-thagents nsserted eight maps containing military guard Is quoted nt $150; a field about tho waters around fleers' great cont, "stnlned with tho Aleutian Islands were found In blood," was offered for $40. Shell Mystery, they said, sur- - fragments wore marked $1 to $3 Baltimore. Tfie Towliatan n refined, x Its excelelusive, and restful. rounded their disappearance, though All except soldiers nre forbidden lent location on Pennsylvania ho deserted from the to collect weapons or other nrtlcles Avenue, 18th and II Streets, Saucr admitted makes it a desirable headquif coast guard. A const guard code ie(t on battlefields, but soldiers send lers (or bridal couples, tourist parties, conventions, Schools and book stolen nt tho time the maps dls - trophies to friends. colleges. . appeared from the cutter Apache al- - j The Powhatan" attracts the ' people of culture and education. In the rooming house, Clminltcrlnln's Colic, Cholera and so were found Its proximity to State, War and according o the authorities. Diarrhoea Remedy. Navy Departments, also to many interest, points of historical remedy that every family t This Is a maVes this hotel especially ata discriminating pubtractive should be provided with. Colic and TARIFF ON POTATOES IS , lic .MAIN CAMPAIGN 1SSI K diarrhoea often come on suddenly The Powhatan oilers rooms with detached bath at Sl.JO, and it Is of the greatest Importance $2.00 and up. Rooms with priAugusta, Me., Sept. 3. The issue that they be treated promptly. Con- -' vate bath, $2.30, S3. 00 and up. in the Maine campaign is potatoes sider the suffering that must be en"9rite for Jbootlct with mjpj The members of tho national parties ' dured until a physician arrives or CLIFFORD Id. LEWIS JJanagtr. Cham-navmay talk their heads off about the medicine can bo obtained. o e preparedness, Industrial lnvas- - berlain's Colic, Cholera and Dlar-topec-- 1 rhoea Remedy has a reputation sec-pi- c E),l,'ltiilliM,iH!l'lil..i "pork" and child labor tho of the Pine Tree State want to ' oni to none for the quick relief hear about potatoes. "Give us a which It affords. Obtainable every-hlg- h m tariff and keep out Importation where. from Canada," Is their campaign cry sec Maine is a great potato-raisinItltAVK MUSICIAN Ill'IUKD tion. The farmers of Arooatoo'c, WITH PIPI'S IIKSIDI-- : HIM Androscoggin and Plsctatlquls can raise tuliers almost as hig as waterLondon, Sept. 9. D. It. Thomas, melons, and with tho tariff lifted to miner's secretary for West Auckland get a high price tho proper figure can and foothall referee, has received a for their product and keep tho wolf letter from his hrother. Private P. tar. irtir.. u.u ...e.u.u. runco who ,s Mrvng out Tho Therefore, the elonuence expended' In which he says: ahsoiuing on the Issues, which are of 'J,sWVJijjjj.;jtJ(ry? "We came here just after the hoys interest in other parts of the nation, had mado the first charge. It is a are wasted in this state. terrible hole. A mixture of heavy shells, gas and tear shells, drop HUGHES TO DECM.NK ALTj GUARANTEED SERVICE 'around you day after day. liUXCHEOX EXGAGEMEXTS One hundred per cent "Our first Job hero was to bury value. Special work for W. who the poor lads from the North New York, Sept. 3. Charles E. made the charge on this spot Tyne- O. W. Republican candidato for the Hughes, W. F. STEVENS, Tyneslde Irish, and slde Scottish, presidency, will not attend formal ;NortnumberIan(ls Hartford, Ky. R. F. D. 7. God knows they luncheons on campaign irips nerc- - l.n.l nnmnt lilnf. in .1 f Representing Continental 'Tim TtlinCl ll II f after, according to an announcement lhemsc,ve3 , thlrty"feet to forty feet Marble & Granite Co. at Republican National headquarters w here tonight. "These gallant regiments played Affairs of that kind on the candl-- . 0n(J p,per , bnred wc date's Western trip proved too great, mugt haye payed h,s p,peg rght on a strain, It was said. , nes. x burIed hls German -pipes with him. Braver men than , UEAVER DAM DEPARTMENT. these never lived. Wo burled them Sept. 7. Mrs. J. B. Bir and daugh- where they fell, and wo were under ters, Misses May and Nell Blr, left shell Hro all tho time." Monday for Louisville, where they FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE will now reside. Dissolved In water for douche atopt Reassuring Mother. Mrs. George Brunton and children Edmund bad Just begun to attend pelvic catarrh, ulceration and Inflamhave returned for tho school year, mation. Recommended by Lydia E. s the public school, and had found a Pinkham Med. Co, for ten year. by Mrs. Brunton accomnanled Ed" a h,ld of A healing wonder for nasal catarrh, niece. Miss Allen, who has charge of ;new trnd lint I. n .1 .lOVO. aore throat and aore eyes. Economical. n.anl . .1 n I IllUHtVt ""U .IW. tr !.(. 1ncO "" " win. Hit (itrsorduuiy fleumni and cnodl power. "Who Is this Walter?" she asked. 5Uc U dnittnu, of potraid br I Suspla Miss Reeves, of Bowling Green, .rrnj. The PuimToHH Conmny. flortoa.Mm. boy?" arrived Saturday and filled her posi- "Is he a nice little "Yes, ma'am, he Is!" replied Edtion in the school Monday. mund, enthusiastically. Mrs. A. K. Miller and daughter, "Does he say any naughty words?" OVER 65 YEARS' Miss Myrl Miller, returned to their EXPERIENCE pursued his mother. home In Tulsa, Okla., Saturday, after "No," replied Edmund, with eman extended visit with friends and phasis, "and I'm not going to teach relatives. Companion. Misses Key and Keener Napier re- him any!" Youth's vis- turned Saturday from a month's It at Green Castlo and Bowling s'!''! ItssTTwJt&ZUEt rnAcc Marks Designs Green. COPYntCHTS Ac, Among those attending the Lincoln An?oneienMn5ftpkMrhoi.dd9cr'pttnraay qnlrf iistf n ,.n (lur t')'itiun free whether an Farm celebration Monday were: Mr. llirtntlnn HIT !'V J rnltti tic. loniraurirru tirmmtrictlyc mUftculul. nJLKDBOOK on I'atciiti John Barnes and family, Mr. and lor Turin: pat eni. ciMitfrca. itir"t re r.tU'Utfl tukcti throuuh Jlunti A Co. rocoUe Mrs. Leo Barnes, Dr. nnd Mrs. Willis, latlio mudt notice, without Mr. and Mrs. Porter Barnes, Messrs. JVntericatu Morgan James, Claren Flener and handiomclf lllnitmtid wectlr. lamest elr. Will Williams, who received the Prescnl.ttlnii of mir sciontlUn louniul. Tcrnn. 13 a tent : tnur muntti, (L SuMLjall ncnsdealcrn. messages. ident's New York r.UNN&Co.3CBroa Miss Graco Bugg Williams left FARM LANDS and City Residences bjucti OiSc, Y BU Wuhliuiton, U. C. are now selling at a low cost, to reTuesday for Lookout Mountain but don't expect it to be so alsume her position In the school. ways. If you ever expect to own Sunday to Mrs. V. M. Stewart left your farm or your home now Is Join her daughter, who Is teaching in. tho time to buy. Conservatory of Music. the Louisville Miss Maude Harrison returned to WE HAVE several farms listed In her home in Owensboro Sunday afOhio county and they can be ter a short visit with Misses Bess and had for reasonable prices and Anna Alford. liberal terms. If we do not Miss May Tyler Cook has returnhave tho particular farm you de- llcCAIX PATTERNS . ed from an extended visit with relasimplicity in! for style, sire we will make efforts to get . Celebrated nearly iO perfect fit,Sold In nearly reliability years. tives at Whltesville. M crery city and town In tlie United States an it for you. Canada, or by mall direct. More sold thaa Mrs. S. P. Taylor, who has been YOU want to move to Hartford f any other make. Send for tree catalogue. qulto ill at her home, Is Improving IF whero our children will have the McCALL'S MAGAZINE tny othei fashion More subscribers than nicely. snagailna million a month. Invaluable. Latadvantago of a good high school est styles, patterns, dressmaking, millinery, notify us. We havo houses nnd plain setting, fancy needlework, halrdresslng, DRUXKKN MARINE PULLS etiquette, good stories, etc. Only W cents lots for sale and believe you can DOWN UNION JACK year (worth double), including tree pattern, subscribe today, or send lor (ample copy. one from our list to your select WONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS liking. I Tokio, Sept. 9. For having mado to Agents. Postal brings premium catalogue and new cash prise offers. Address a United States marine drunk on the WE HAVE a comfortable homo In Out McClU CO. US le U If, J7ta St. NEW YOttI July at tho Grand Hotel, Fourth of Hartford, modern Improvements Yokohama, and then dared him to nnd a good garden in cultivapull tho Union Jack down from tho tion for solo or rent. Place wall and danco on It which tho marents for $10 a month. rine did a German uamed Herrmann Wohlers has been ordered Call on or address from Japan by tho Japanese Professional Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KYi Will praotlce his profession in this and adjoining countlw. CommprclJ aud Criminal Practice a Spclalty. T IVAIiUKTIIATTON Crmnwrll, Kjr OTTOC. alAllTlN P0WHMN D.C. Y court-martia- iMSHNGKHL lliirtfnnl. Kt. d. al at CROMWELL, - KY. Will practice their profession In thU and djolulng counties. Collections, 'Commercial and Criminal Practice Prompt and vlgorout jSpocIalty. service. Notary In office I STRATT0N & MARTIN Attornoys nt Law 0.ETAYL0RX.E. Beaver Dam, Ky. Highway and Drainage Design. i j DR. ' HART VRTRRINARY SURGEON UKAVKU DAM, KY. 0. E. n, ,lf Olllce JnniCH Taylor's Livery Darn. flW ikU tf-- i l&! g FhumeTv ill rromi'Uj otuiwd la nJ TRADC-MAHK- S cuutitric. vr no f m. v,&iuin PATENTS ""iMUiorouiiIdjr. at our THAT PA L circnM. amlTelp jou to turret. Html iroJct. or sketch tor FRCC rrprt v) jnxr prartlre. OUR- on itenuuutr. PASSING RXFETENCCS. for fr. Gold. uoo on rror.t.wo iiurnti writ to ''" B03-B0- S Oovonth Street, nnaninuTon, u. c r J I &jg WILL YOU TAKE OUR GERMINAL REMEDY A Trjilnenl lu HsssW Vms V BJIK BssBsr vk. y?Lrv Sl for WEAK LUNGS or CONSUMPTION i FOR ONE feellnr. Every Woman Wants A Quick pilns for thit tired,MONTH rtllel In chest, night svteats. cou&hs, hrroor-ihage- weak luncs or consumption. net help yon It cost yea nothloj. OHIO MEDICAL CO. KILLthe and CURE the LUNCS cough 1" s$ It It dot J Dr. King's Nsw Oissovsry w F0RC8!;gsHS,.-foS GUARANTEED N & jjJffOT w-- .AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUIUES, OH MONEY REFUNDED. B ATISFACIOR Real t J.. PROCUneDANDDCreHOCD.S'd''d'l. .... ...... i ..tA I ri)irrtu.i( t aui.l f MW IfHTtt. I rve xhrlm, huw to obum iU'iiU, tiau uaiaj, I N Estate! ccpyrnrbUMKi, Scientific Jluiixtst dirrelv.Uk Watkington ttrott limfA monry ana rjien luefaienf. Patent ard hfrlngtment Practice Exc!u3ty. T10 ALL COUNTRICO. I Wrlto or como to us at Ilftith Stmt, tuu Valud ttstM J.Un 03m, I a WOSmNCTON. D.C. i Ni.'Bft:"' te'JW P0P0IMAMNICS w J x II. I AAOAT'.TrVT fclCi IC Succeed when everything cIbc fails. In nexvous prostration and femalo fiitr nr llirt ftiittrimA Warn remedy, as thousands have testified, 300 vcrs":"!!: Frwtlcal lllaU for authorities. Other actions detrimental to tho allied Powers aro alleged against Wohlers, but tho Fourth of July InHo is a bachcident is the principal. elor and has lived in Yokohama for three years. Ho followed no definite occupation. The incident of the Union Jack TINSLEY & BARNETT Ileal Estate Agents, Bitters ben Written So You Can Understand It (Shop 00 ILLUSTRATIONS KV$v iniormecl ol the World's Progrese In ?vs""f.,Yi"w,v hb wouu rvi iio rtunuy. ""-appeal w V i,aB?cav7v,,A u"u. wunirfticn ana women. oum tbrouahout thtt world. Our frorx&n OuiTMpondiiuUftrocxintUntlfoutbawiiTFh for IhiusB new una liiturttBiInc inn ft- t. ARTICLES-3- Hartford, Kentucky. Republican Office. Both Phoneu, .4 ! FOR KIDNCY, LIVER AND STOW AC!i TROUBLE I: Li the medicine ever 60U over a diuggbt's counter. f I nili'BHttiWiiai-iiTMimsa- rqui. "!" wi"! win urn nmummmmmmmmmmmmm Ori ortc andeax wuti lor UmJ Til T T " JHJj sou :"""." x ""! UirUwlioliketomttkotljlnMatt;llikowtoLiakelr kotNL Jewelry. ltWl VurnHura, tto. (ViaUlu iu i ruction for tb Mtxhaulc,Cniir tn.l BiorULuin I1.1A sriVriB eiunivonm.. -- a. trmm y timr 4Mwa rM POPULAR MECHANICS MAGAZINE a Um, snkhioaa Smw Chicaqo tnm !( fi wHUkl V rilOI'OSAfi 4. r You've heard many an earful about the Prin ai Wt patented process that cuts out bite nnd nnrrh nnH wc , smoke your fill without a comeback! Stake your bank roll that Tar niovus oui every nour ot tne day. Prince Albert has always been sold without coupons or premiums. We M'T prefer to give quality a There's sport smoking a pipe or rolline your own, but you know that you've got to have the right tobacco! We tell you Prince Albert will bang the doors wide Mil open for you to come in on a good time the national joy smoke firing up every little so often, without a Slip a few Prince Albert smokes into vour system! B. . Unrnoldj Tobacco .OtPTTtcMIMIbr TO SHORTEN' FIRST FIVK COMMANDMENTS MA UK C. j 1 Fringe Albert zr,.&it' &' regret! You'll feel like vour Rmnkp nnut has been wasted and will be sorry you cannot back up for a fresh start. You swing on this say-s- o like it was a tip to a thousand-dolla- r bill ! It's worth that in happi- unu conieniment to you, to every man iic wno knows what can be gotten out of a chummy jimmy pipe or a makm s mmxmmfoWMtt. iwmzm. mbflSwsTitf. -- rrt P'iiJlmfWiVI. AttWWv Mf I r?T7v cigarette with Prince Albert for "packing"! York, Sept. ".. A proposal to revise and shorten tho first flvo of tho ten commandments will be submitted to tho next General Convention of tho Protestant Episcopal Church. The proposed changes are recommended by a commission of bishops, clergy and laymen, which has been considering tho project. It is proposed to eliminate portions of the first flvo commandments, on the ground that arguments for tho observance of divine law aro not essential to the laws themselves. Tho revised version of tho commandments, as proposed, Is as follows: 1. Thou shall have no other gods but me. 2. Thou shalt not make unto thyself any graven Image, nor tho likeness of anything that is in the heaven above, the earth beneath or In tho water under the earth. Thou shalt not bow down unto them nor worship them. 3. Thou shalt not take the namo of the Lord, thy Cod, in vain. 4. Remember that thou keep holy tho Sabbath day. G. Honor thy father and thy mother. New HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE After Four Years of Discouraging Conditions, Mrs. Bollock Gave Up in Despair. Came I and had gotten so weak I could not I gave up in despair. At last, my husband got me i a bottle? o9 Husband Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I commenced taking it. From the very firtt it was helping me. I can now walk two miles without iff en Interesting letter tiring me, and am doing all Sy work." t Catron, Ky.-- ra if you arc all run down from womanly from this place, Mrs. Bettle Bullock writes as follows : "I suffered for four troubles, don't give up in despair. Try years, with womanly troubles, and during Cardui, the woman's tonic. It has helped this time, I could only sit up for a little more than a million women, in its 59 while, and could not walk anywhere at years ot continuous success, and shouhi to Rescue. dose, I could tell At times, I would have severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist ha sold Cardui for years. He knows what in my left side. was called in, and his treat- it will do. Ask him. He will recoau The doctor all. ,rt,Ki,v''.-nc.inK-?,w- H iSftiSM2 wassyMwste R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO, niaitoa - SaUra, H. c. Jv.,:ieilVVJMaLeftavVi'i J. i6WJ&ftfrtua7ASft ffiM red tin. and In fact, every Prince Albert package, haa Thlf It the revena a real meaaace-to-vo- a itic or tn tidy on Ita reverse tide. You'll rtdun readr "Procaia Patented July 30th. 1907." .That meant that the United Statea Govern ment hat granted a patent on the proceat by which Prince Albert la made. And by which tonf urn bite and rnroar paresi mre cut out! Every where tobacco la told you'llfind -rrince Albert awaiting you CS In toppy red bagt.Sc: tidy NS5'.mSV. I rea tint, ioc: handsome rWssreva pound and d tin humldort and la that clever crystal. giasanumiaor.wiih sponge molttener top. that keepa tha tobacco In tucb fine conditional war a I THE Prlnca A Albert tldr J. Constipation tho Father of Many Ills. Of tho numerous Ills that affect humanity a largo share start with Keep your bowels regconstipation. ular and they may be avoided. When a laxative Is needed' take Chamberlain's Tablets. They not only move the bowols but Improve the appetite Oband strengthen tho digestion. m tainable everywhere. s t ment relieved me for a while, but I was mend it Begin taking Cardui today. Write to: taslfa soon confined to my bed again. After Advisory Dept.. Chattanooga Mf Heine Co., SpicUl ChMtanooza, Tenn., for e Imlructioni an your case book. that, nothing seemed to do me any good. Treatneat far Worsen." tent In slain wrappar. Hoes )eat andfM-pac- gjftfrafgiiliijg5Hr FORMER GOV. STEPHENS HITS "SAWDUST TRAIL" Asbury Park, N. J., Sept. 3. Billy Sunday was thoroughly angered when, at the close ot tho morning sermon, a number of persons in the audience got up from their seats and started to leave tho building. "Sit down, you can't go out!" ho shoutod. "You are going to stay here until I get what I want." What he wanted was penitents, for he gave the invitation and they came streaming down the aisles. Among the first to grasp the evangelist by tho hand was former Gov. Lon V. Stephens of Missouri, who is spondlng the summer In Asbury Park. So distinguished a trail hitter brightened Sunday up wonderfully and he forgot all about his peererlshness. ns8H c full of life and action, filled with the fire of fine inspiration and followed by 250 short stories of adventure, , win mate .Ait wma. Mocklcnburg-Schweri- eYOUTIf S COMPANION Better Than Ever in 1 9 1 5 Then trie Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' Page, Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles of Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone in tne home. 1 Here is no age limit to enthusiasm for The Three Current Issues Free Youth's Companion. If you do not know THE COMPANION let ua acrid you Tore Current lasuea FREE. Incloao tlila Coupon with your requeat. 'killed two pollco olllcers and wound-J- h four citizens. In a Borles of running battles and barricade fights with posses, eight of the bandits wero finally killed, seven were captured and four, including Iho two notorious leaders, escaped. y Tho last of the nrrests and convictions, that of Souhloff Aslemdek, recently put the finishing chapter to this reign of Imported criminals. A quarrel in a Slav lodging house hero ovor their spoils led to tho cap- turo of half a dozeu of tho most des- perato members of tho gang by Burns operatives and tho pollco. Always heavily armed and ready to shoot at tho slightest show of re-- 1 slstanco, theso Russian brigands hold life moro cheaply than any desperadoes who have recently operated In tho West. It was thoir practice In holding up banks to lntlmldato tho cashier and 9 tollers by shooting glass windows and counters into silvers, and many GRAPE LEAVES FORM a bank clerk today carries tho "Bears SUBSTITUTE FOR TEA of such ripllntort) In his fuce. Three of. tho leaders, who directed gopt 9slnco tho lmpor. tho operations of tho gang without iMm of tca hM beon cut off by (ho actual participation In the robberies DrUlsU blocka(lo ot aU Uiul3 ot Bub. and shooting-- , aro known to bo in the BtltutCB havo boen trlodi but I0W of West Btlll. Tho authorities fear that thom mve proy(jd Bat,sfactoryi Last uu attempt Is being mado now to or- - Bpr(nK oxl,orraont3 woro begun wth ganizo another bandit gang by bring.--, Ujo yom(g ,eayea of tho grnpe vlno lug In from Russia former outlaw ns. I rosuU waa 8Ur,)ri8,ng. It I . Hoclatrm of tho men already lioro. .,.t 4ll - i.inino.i trnm ' Is tho tip from tho under- - Uiq ,eayea ha( nn exccU()Ht llavor. That world, and that Is why tho arrival ot In.carly 8U,nm0r hundreds of tons Russian war refugees is being so of tho leaves woro cut and dried In closely watched. nf Vntlfrn and ii... ...i.,,. .iiari-lntUIU WIIIU UU..1V. Southern Germany and they aro now ON WARRANT MAN ARRESTED sold everywhere as "genuine German DROUGHT ON DKl'THCIII AND ,- Prussia. The HOY, 10, KILLS MOTHER AND young woman was choked to death i FATHER 'TO GET WAR TAX' and her body thrown In a pond, the AS WAR REFUGEES warrant alleges, after she had quar- -' Palatka, Fla., Sept. s. John reled with the prisoner's wife and Meuller, 19 years old, yesterday d ' ed his father and mother by shooting caused her arrest. Kubtccl denied knowledge of the them with a rifle. He burled the ilUHSIAN OUTLAWS ENTER UNIT- as- - bodies In graves which had been premurder, but admitted, KU STATES UNDER guise sort, ho had been In the neighbor- - pared In advance of the killing. FEAR NEW "GANG. hood whero the girl met death. The When arrested he said he killed g them "because body was found a year after tho I had to do It to get when tho pond Into which It had the war tax." Seattle, Sept. 9. Arrival of a num- - been thrown dried up. Extradition The mother was killed at the ner ot i'etrograd'H and Moscow's most proceedings will bo begun tomor- - home, three miles from town, and desperate criminals In the gulso of row. tho body burled In a shallow grave. Russian war refugees has resulted In j Then Meuller hastened a mllo down xira precautions oy pouco ana imtho road, where he shot his father Ohio. City of migration authorities along the en- State ofLucas County, Toledo, If "" from ambush, dragging the body Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he Za tire Pacific Coast. senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney through t,ho woods to the home. & Co., doing business In the City of ToLed by two Slav wolves of the The mother was bound with wire, ledo, County and State aforesaid, and an organization ot Rusthat said firm will pay the sum or ONE which the boy bought yesterday DOLLARS and evsian outlaws has Just been wiped HUNDRED Catarrh that for each be cufed, morning at a Palatka store. She was ery case of cannot out In the West after a two years' by the use Ot HALL'S CATARRH CURE. shot five times and the father three FRANK J. CHENEY. reign of terror resulting in ten deaths Sworn to before me and subscribed la times. my presence, this 6th day of December, and many wounds. Tho Meullers moved to this stato (Seal) A. W. OLEASON, Handed together to rob banks, from Germany eight years ago, and Notary Public. nineteen Russians socured $22,000 Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally had amassed considerable property. and and within a few months between Brit- cous acts directly upon the blood Send mu- Tho father was a farmer. John surfaces of the system. for ish Columbia and Los Angeles, Cat., testimonials, free. A CO, Meuller was the only child. F. J. CHENET Toledo. O. CRIMINALS COME kill-ha- the-polic- 52 Times a Year sya,l-In- Children Cry FLETCHER'S CASTOR. A FOR FORDSVILLE ITEMS. Sept. 6. We had a very good rain last week, School opened here Monday with a splendid enrollment. Prof. O. L. Shultz. principal, takes the place of his brother, Prof. P. T. Shultz, who is now principal of tho high school at Madlsonvllle. Miss Edith Wilson, who has been quite sick for some time, is able to be out again. Sold by all Druggists. 75c. Miss Carl Whlttlnghlll was tho Hairs Family Pills tor constipation. Take guest of her aunt, Mrs. Helen Wal For Sale. ker, Sunday. Good 120 acre rarni on Rough VANUKRHIIiT WOULD FORTIFV Mrs. D. M. Jones, of Owensboro. ' ItOKDER WITH UAHHED WIRE River, 3 miles west of Hartford. 60 is visiting her mother, Mrs. Laura acres In cultivation; other GO acres Felix, this week. McAHen, Tex., Sept. 3. MaJ. Cor- woodland. Improved. 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UNDER ANY OTHER HOME I WE TEACH GREGG SHORTHAND, TWENTIETH CENTUi RY BOOKKEEPING, Commercial Arithmetic), Rapid NAME. WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. If you purcliiue tho NKW HOME you will have a life asset at Uie price you pay, nod will not havo an endless, ehalu of repairs. IL5- ?- IT Quality Considered it is the fca." Calculation, Business Correspondence, English, mercial Law, Spelling, Business Penmanship, writing. Write us for further information. t " Com- Wadlslaw Kubtccl, living wlUi his wlfo and two children hero, was arrested, today on a warrant brought yy tho captain of the German merchant suhmarlno DeutBchland,whlcli chnreAd him with the murder ot Valerie Klosoynska four years ago, la Jersey City, N. J.. September 6- - PRESSING CLUB. Clothes cleaned and pressed. Reguaranteed. Satisfaction pairing. delivered. Shop Work called for and ovor Ohio Couoty Bottling Woks. ED. NALL, Prp. 43tf 1TARTFORD Type- Cheapest in. the end to buy. our latest catalogue .Ttw New Hone If vnu want nsewlnir machine, vrrito tot before you purchase. Swe Makfe Co., OraRt, Uaa& if P Miton AoU-f- Fila, rrl THE OHIO COUNTY FAIR CO. (INCOKI'ORATKD.) , Atiiiouttces THe Thirty-fir- st Meet of V!.. , Annual 'X 'to The Ohio County Fair i w: nv m rr"s 4 nMX' 3 BIG DAVS 3 M r HARTFORD, KY., September 21, ? sf' 22 and 23, 1916 fi x : XIP7 2M? v. w . Nothing will be left undone to make this one of the most enjoyable as well as one oi the most profitable fairs Ohio County has ever had. The old company is in active charge again and the premium list is the best in years. v. &&yjt ussv e Special Features. Running, Trotting and Pacing Races every Special Reasons. Many former Ohio County people will select Fair week as the week to come home. You will meet many old friends at the Ohio County Fair. Meet and mingle with your friends and neighbors. All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. J fi j'r rs day. ' Continuous Show Rings of fine animals. Liberal premiums assure great Floral Hall Exhibit. Clean shows of all descriptions. No intoxicants on grounds and ample police protection. GOOD MUSIC BY , Tf - fr Vfa J You Should Take Pride in THE 0WENSB0R0 BAND. Other features too numerous for space. Your County Fair and Boost! ' '& The natural beauty of the Ohio County Fair grounds is second to none in Kentucky. Fast track, commodious buildings. Good shade, good music, good show, good treatment means good crowds. , n -, ' M 120-Foot High Dive and Balloon Ascension Daily! R. E. LEE SIMMERMAN, WHITES E'OR. OuauTu3LXOCa.. Ht ". tltltt.1' 'y ay si T. H. BLACK, Pres. r,wr,i'v i' Sec. fi.'.vw"-''?- , mm.VVJraj WMZ MW V'lJ'i"! , W""f,t' . t if' J!