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The Hartford republican: June 1, 1917 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1917 hao1917060101_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: June 1, 1917 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1917 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. &I)C Fine Jlartfim m DEYOTED TO THE INTERESTS r V- -I ' Jb Work. OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year 1, 1917. VOL. XXIX. MOB MAKES RAID ON THE NEGROES HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE sighted, but a tho lights had been shot out small mob formed and SAY dished wltta thu negroes lit frequent Intervals, despite their vigilance. Two laborers were wounded slightly when they entered a negro district. Thomas Ultchlo, private detective Tor tho Baltimore & Ohio railroad, was CltKAT a shot- -, j No.,48 VOLUNTEER SYSTEM FAILED In prospect, the only recourse will be to fill up the regulars and National ('.mini with men selected for mllll-far- y service underthe draft. arc I'. S. PRINTING OKKICK WOltKS M IIOl'HS DAILY extra workmen and clerks to produce ti Whenever shoot-- , GUARD IN BAD CONDITION the 2,7110,000 impressions which now TWO THOUSAND oiilj ii llesh wound. are turned out dally. lug started the guards rushed to the Director Ralph estimated today the scene and Idspersod the trouble- Recruiting I'lgiiws Show That Vo0 Biireatithls year will make rnUiT roMi'iifs Tn onoH Distill If makers who offered no resistance to lunteer I'liin Again Has llroken mites and certificates of vaAmi Kloteis Wear riifiu- j nines tho officers, IHmn. 0 rious kinds compared with M'hrs Out. Several false flro alarms were turnlast year. Heavy additional! ed In, and six negro homeswere tired work Is created by the Liberty Loan ' MAIUHACK 1.ICK.NSK HUSH by whites nml burned to' the ground. ' Washington, May 30. Because of Washington, May ".0. War De- bonds, .1,000,000 of which already KKNKWKD IN XEV YORK A None of the negroes who were biuten partment officials are pointing to the have been partlaly printed, eertili- - tumors for registration day. Attorney III.. May 30. Kasl St. Louis. was badly hurt. lnstriirte.1 daily recruiting figures as proof anew cates of Indebtedness ad Interim, war 'tineral Gregory nni of perhaps 2,000 persons vent Now York, May 30. An abnormal a. through the- negro quarters ituriiiR tho ITALIANS SKKK OPKN that tho volunteer system again has tax Kamps, extra postage stamps re- - j Foiled States Attorneys and demand for marriage licensee with a throughout rhu t itAitry to by prospective Increase In let- light, shot one elorcd iiiiiti, seriously corresponding high, ratio ot PATHWAY TO VIK.SWA broken down in tlmo of national wounding lilm. beat ii score Into uii- emergency. ter rates to three cents, army officers' c rtaln that rog'sirars die prot.j-feperformed 'by fity officials has consc3oiiMiehH, drove seveial hundred the fullest extent, ' and that accent' Yesterday's regular army recruit ctinimlssloiiH, postal savings cerll-'- lt been observed here Monday ami 30 May Washington. King :i .negroes ucnus the Mississippi rlcr( men. and federal reserve bank n. diate and effect lv. I. gal stept are Tuesday, with the majority of ap mi'ltary events In Italy are being fol ing lirntiizhtr. ill 2.237 A. ell nutIllinois jlnti, " " .......I "' taken against any who tail or refuse plicants men who are of conscrlp-tlv- e notes. lit Idge. Into St. I.ouls, .Mo., iinu men If i"""" ; wed with the most 'Intense Interest,1"1" ork m .dispersed curly lodnv. Hrht with :!00 and .New Jlo registers age. Officials say It is a renewal membeis of the Italian mission. agitation has made !t- - ot ther un on the marriage license ij.7, AIIH'HAFT Tim assault began lifter a repoit who sav that the fall of Trient now second wuu -- yi.. A.N'H "Sl'lt" HASKS riCKI!inlf felt somewbiit In many sections, bureau begun when hail been circulated that u .vhll 'is Inevitable. They are anxious, how-- ! t army officers declare that a the selectiro ,... nt thus far ther" r.pparently is lit draft law was passed and which uiinuiii hud been Insulted and two ever, not to uomonra mu cuy, ami. "?r,.ni ilrivo for volunteers to ill the , ....... lust i ...l.i,.. ii,. Ii..t,l mi hv nei'rocH. Appfoprla-- l' tie conni'ctlon hetwetu the outbreaks, stopped Wusiilngton-- May 30. and .National .mini 10 u.e new null."V when It was announced from ,ope the Austrlans will not destroy , .. i un- viuiim -irnni .i... r tinn of $7,455,000 for submarino niii'.liOlluials have undertaken au ex- - Washlugtou thut newly married men war " .niter a roiuniim-i"'" .lnll-- ,l,klll ' before evacuating. f.. 1d. aI. Trades and Labor Union had attend '" aircraft bases on the Pacific Count is liuustlve investigation to determine would be treated the same as bacan-lor- s. Trlnst hni.v.r. In viewed as a side 'ss "L'r" '" " "" " nc"""" i ed u meeting of the City Council to (M.U.. organizing ho newly authorized mended Iu a fourth report of ir the whole The Increase Is attributed to a to the miMu offensive, which is These, of course, are for the. the special Naval Yard and Stiilluu uot rooted In extensive machinations report that married- men will be tho make a protest against the Importa " dlrctJ-toward opening up the inin army and quite ..pari from Committee, sent to CotiRress Tuesday of German propagandists this last to be drafted. The records show tion or any more colored laborers road to Leibach. which in turn opens country, having h certtral headquarto Hi. I.ouls. y that 243 licenses were Issued thefoad to Vienna. Sharp mountains Wo army to bo raised by selective by Secretary Daniels. sites" already ters. In addition to two Shots wvro lired at frequent In- stand beforw the Italian advance and conscription, up to '4 p. tii. and 167 Color to the theory Is lent, in some with a long line of couples in waitthe report names fesr tel vain, but only one negro is known it 1. UP'U-- ' thu afct that tho nation Is ,1 i. wilt e,t. 500.000' h, to have been wounded. Jle tied to mon to puss them (Sen. (.'adorna. It is nt war and American regulars nro others which should he developed. degree, by tho marked, similarity lu ing at that hour. lighting frout Tlie names will not be announced for the methods ot procedure In widely .St. I.ouls aud whs found them thought. Is seeking to avoid this loss under orders for the wllh h bullet wound In bis . separated .communities,. ;.Some offiu Franco, less than 200,000 men military reasons. by going around. tho . Accompanying the ' recommenda- icials believe that the" entire agitation L. & N. SHOPMEN head .Mild three ribs fractured. All enlisted since April haje negroes were searched, and if armed tions of the majority' is a minor re- Is manufactured by German .agents regulars and National Ouard. port by Commander Charles L. W. who, ball led In (heir oriffihal prothey .were beaten into uncouselousIlls IncmiM' CUT NETS ARE GIVEN RAISE Hussey, concurring In the specific gramme calling for an armed uprisTho present rate of enlistment lu this 1,- Many negroes were given refuge in l0 l,50 n uayl,clals say proposals of the cctaimlttee, but ex- ing of German reservists lyiTjj CAU" the city Jail, nml at mldtilgbl tho poUvLL'anTl must be Increased to 10,000 or 20,000 pressing the opinion that mpnrtaut country upon America's entry Into lice estimated thut 11.000 persons 'n day If the forces which In allvprob- - data have been omitted and that the the war, bitve turned their energies WAGK INCHEASKS GRAXTKD thu building, threatening to majority report does not properly to this method of hindering the miliability will bo among the first to XKAKLY 10,000 KM- If Government. storm It The mob was 'dissuaded, :.Ti:ft HAH- - low Maj. Gen. Pershing's division to present facts vital to establishment tary plana or th PLOYKS. t ' Kurope are o however, and ruMied Into the buMuess forward promptly. of "the necessity, desirability and ad- such is tho case the conspiracy will BOH A.VD SOW MINKS WITH surllon, where street cars were An appeal to tho country troni the visability of such bases In general come to nothing, officials believe The ihli).m:ss. .stopped and aloon. searched. SevPresident may be necesnary to get and on the Pacific Coast In particu- Department of Justice; It- was au Wage Increases aggregating $lC0,ex- 'them. lar." Besides the proposed perma- thoritatively announced eral negro salons were wrecked aiid r day 000 a month' and the Mayor Mollman Issued nn order for ve.n a nent bases, for which appropriations peels 100 per cent, of ellgibles to TJho National Guard Is In New York, May 30. Officers of have boen voluntarily granted by the Ity to close .nil bars In thee 1110 present iota, are asked, the committee reeoinmenda register and prompt prosecution un L. & N. Railroad Company to alt the former American steamship Vlr- - w"e iiiuauon. operating der the criminal provisions ot the shopmen and foremen over the All Police Called Out. glnla. who arrived at an American strength of the forces is less ban 200.- a number of temporary Itiot calls brought out tho entire nnrl tiw'nv hrnilL'ht word of thu sink- - 000 and ratseu to a war looiins. a3 bases for war purposes, which will law will be instituted In tho few because ot tho high C03t ot livcases where tbo law IU not observed. ing. The increases became effective not require .expensive plants. city nullcu force, but the 120b went Qf ,ho Urltlj,u ttMsM BtcaiAihtp has been ordered, .should total Iu addition the sixteen National virtually uncliecked. Tho Sixth 111!- Washington by n German submarlnu Nation Asked To Help. May 1, and between S.000 and 10,000 , To brlug out the full, registration men are beneficiaries. This Increase, nols Infantry was called and put T..,. Washlnctou was tor Guard division plan, on which the .MISS VKKN'A GOVS TO CANADA Attorney General Gregory In4inilcr arms, but took no active part in IM.docd thoy. :,8Sorled. only seven War Department is working, would in tho number of pien benefitted and many more to fill the disturbance. vited the entire nation to constitute tho amount of money Involved, ranks' miles from Genoa, after tho naval require' nearly as ? Miss Verna Dulto Qf this place has iself a committee necescary additional regiments. Many workmen here havo been C(UVoy llul,Ml.lt the 8teainhip. ot the w:holo and among the largest ever voluntarlly accepted a position as Instructress in evory man of military ago a commit- made In the history ot railroading. 011 account of strikes, and MiUuvlnB 1kt saf0trom aitHck. Tho The moot striking fact' estimated that at least 8.000 negroes by day formerly preniJ heani pers0ns Hon with the recruiting, rate for tho Stenography and Typewriting in tho tee of one, to report slackers. The regulars, officers say, 13 that even Western Commercial Business Coil- navo men i.nporicu uum wie ouuw. ashoro tll0. declared. "Rvery man subject to registration vailed in L. & N. shopsbut the eight-ho, ,i, vinHnl.Vs tho announcement that Gen. Persh- - ege. of Saskatoon, Province of Saw- Is not only expected by the Departdo take heir places. A,.11P,ii day went into full effect along Miss Duko ment ot Justice to comply with the with the wage Increases. All work In of the Council. wIjn t.)lkca wltIl ,no crew ot lll8 de. Ins would lead adjvislon to Franco Uatchowan, Canada. A tho meeting n left . Tuesday for the above named law," reads an official statement, "but excess of eight hours Is now paid for l" wiurii nu uum in iuo .u..u, "'u"1" ' i stroyed vessel In Genoa, the Wash- - "ulllue'a' ',,,lu Tho daily averago place to assume her duties. She U also to constitute blmseir a commit- at overtime rates of time and of the City Hall In order to late enlistment. iL,tt xew York April 3. but well qualified for thls field of twork tee ofono. In his community to see , rouinodato .. tho crowd, tho Mayor ..... ..,..,., ri!Cords fo not contain ' recruiting has dwindled steadily. ... . .. ... If voluntiry enlistment tans, uo- and is mont than certain to fill tho that each of his acquaintances who lileadMl wltli tlio men to restrain the do,arture ot any vess, of that' Machinists and bollermakers, who themselves from violence, and prom name trom this port. There Is a splto tho- - recruiting campaigns that position lu an acceplablo mauner. should register does so, or is prompt- are among tho most skilled ot shop Jsed that soniu method of coutrollliis Briliih steamship named Washingly reported for prosecution uuder tho workmen, received the largest Inv- tlio Ingress of negroes would bo ton or 5.0SO tons gross, owned by tho criminal provisions of the law. At crease, amounting to cents an hour. S01.DOS ALL. found. torney General Gregory invites all Their maximum pay was raised Kadcliffti Steamship. Company, I.oti- seemed peaceable don. but her movements are uot re- The crowd young mon ot ttfp country to co- thereby from 42 cents to 4S cents an ftiough until a rumor was heard that corded. operate In the enforcement ot tho law hour. r i( white woman had been insulted,, a a part of their patriotic duty. Car repairers and men Tho. virElnla officer said the J UI.U lliai IWO Willie uieu nuu ncuu buatu operating iu tho Mediterranean "Hotel mined to crush In incipiency work received an increase of 4 Jheid up by negroes. Then tho mob haie become so bold they go almost ovory movement designed to thwart cents an hour, or 32 cents a day. began attacks on negroes, who woro iu'o harbors, planting mined and or Interfere with registration as pro- Helpers in several classes, were g If unarmed seized and searched. vided fer In tlio law, tho department granted 3& cents an hour Increase, nets. They declare tho German thoy were punished lightly. It they siibuuiriues are equipped with nct- is having its officers throughout the while all apprentices woro granted country an est promptly all agitators 2 Hi cents an hour Increase. carried a weapon they were shown cutting apparatus, "a sort ot wire 25,000,-600,005,000,-000,00y Mar-quire- NK C().()Hi:i MAN SHOT AND hit by a charRo of Mint from M.1NV IN.HTIIKII AT KAST ST. gun ,11 tho Uii nls o' f negro' whom ho J.OL'IS, 1IX. had challenged In tho company yenrds HI? wound was not (prions, One of the wounded negroes probihe other suffj nl IN MOB ably will i!:c, IHCIVK WIMi UK NKCKSH- Washington, May 30. The Liberty AKY TO KII.Ii GAP IN AltMV Loan ami other war linunre measures AXI) filTAItl). compel tho Hureau of Kngruving and : Printing these days to work twenty-fou- r hours a day aud employ 1,200 'tlrplvorl tinrn Inrtntf finm Pmnnit .nl Foot said a detachment from tua subinarlue boarded his vessel and took from It everything of value. Including fodstuffs, navigating instruTO BE HARD ments and even tho extra clothing of himself and his six men. They weru set adrift in open boats and woro UKNKKAIi ATTOIIXKY OHDKRS landed at Monte Carlo by a patrol IVI.L PKOTKt TION KOK ALL boat which picked them up. Tlio HIS KKGISTKAKS. schooner was sunk by bombs. The Margaret B. Houss formerly, was the barkcntlne Herbert Fuller, SIMILARITY OF FLANS !1now" ma1' years ago as a "raurdor snip auer tour persons were murdered on board during a voyage from to Nova Scotia. The trail of a Teutonic Hand Is Seen In Plots Op Boston mate for the crime In a Boston court ('on- posing, Registration Ami about eighteen years ago was a senscript Ion. sation at that time. DRAFT DODGER HIT d ) csre-nioni- cs -l es 1 1 O 1 "-- by I I . - ,- - - - - ...... ".'" 111 Anti-dra- ft - - I 11 ," ..ri-R- r -- . jI rK . 4 ik I f "'' 1 W regi-no- w - Mop-ca- j y -- tin Net-e.i.s'.r- JIC-S- nlltr D77 " TS to-g- ' - - eight-hou- gys-ste- m 330,-00- 0. -I j r to-d- I ; J bo-Id- le ,,, nine-ho- ur - """j ""'-Jui- one-ha- lf. - .j.. -j , G U-- doing-simila- cut-jtin- I -- no mercy. device like a buzz saw," they di-- I This continued Intenulttetitly for scribed It, which cuts a net- -' like a inoro than four hours. Governor Low-do- n hot knife through butter." was aaku.l to send troops, but as, The Virginia was sold to tho tho National Guard has been federal- French Government on hoi1' arrival ized, it could not answer such a call. recently In Europe. A report was current that 'members -- m or tlie Sixth Illinois were aldliif; tho NAVY DHMGIULK KIAKS police-- , hut this proved untrue. MIOM CHICAGO TO AKiiON Thu mob began to dlsporse shortly lioforo 2 o'clock, and at 'A o'clock tho "Wnshlngtou, May 30. The llrst ot oily appeared quiet. (he dirigible balloons belii built for Police officials said, however, that tho navy, much after the pattern of thoy leaved unother outbreak, es- Hie British "blimps," made an entirepecially If nogroes start to work lu ly micwsslul Might yestorday from pltintH whero strikes liavo been called. Chicago to Akron, O. Loavlnc ChiMob Makes Second Attack. cago at noon shn, landed without misKast SI. Louis, III.. May 30. Tho hap at Akron about 5 o'clock in the o rlota horo afternoon, making up. airline distance xrcoiiil night of reached Us climax after throo white ot about 500 miles. men and two negroes had beeu LOSS !tJU,.:i),lli5, wounded by bullots, several negroes jYKAU AN 1NCKKASK OF .iH.,0Ol),ory betUou and half n doxou negro homes ! n Iinrned, thou subsided suddenly and Now York, May 30. Tlio firo losstlio city became comparatively quiet. Small mobs formed quickly last es of tho country during. tli3 last year totaled $214',G30,U9fi, as compared nlKht but wero soon dispersed. becan about 7 o'clock in with J170.033.200 for tho year nil Increase nt more than thu outlying districts and wero connccordinR to a report read fined to these suctions. Sis cotup-uiilf- it of National Guaidsmen, uuder nt tho openini; session of (ho annual couiiuuud of Col. O. fc2. Clayton, convention of the National Board ot Fourth Illinois iufautry, formed a Flro Underwriters' horo Thursday. cordon about thu negro districts and Tho loss per capita Increased, ' as a . itibpciscd troupd tit men wheruver result, Troni $1.71 to$2'.io. ! anti-negrpro-vIoii- h, UKiiiist compliance with tho law. "The department Is no depeudent entirely upon IU agencies to discover disloyal activity. Stalo and municimeni- pal police are Ibew of ntitioual patriotic and com mercial org.iulnttousi which word after thu declaration of a state 61 war to guard against all acts Inimical to the general welfare are In bringing to notice of United States Attorneys and marshals all of attempts to discourage on-list- the'eompany management without olther demand or suggestion on the part the employes. Tho increases were authorized by d - KMPI.OY.MKNT OP WOMKN AS CAR CONDUCTORS OPPOSKJ registration. ."Theitf huv6ral aei'iiclta will be on duly June 5, honeycombing tho country to tee that evory man subject to registration complies with tlio law nml that every official delegated to carry out Its provisions performs Ills duty properly." I Aval V-- !? f i vCy Cm r, -' If." S. iil'WItill SHH' IS SUNK 1JV IMIOAT 514,-000,0- 00 CI . F-.f- lwflf in PiidaiUiiitna PiiDlicft-tdnn-r. . Nev York, May 30. The American schooner Margaret. B. Houss, which loft St. Andrew's Hay. Florida, February 4. with cargo of'pluo lumber for Genoa, wns tunic by u April 27, near the Krench-Itaita- n coast and the crow robbod by lltu crmtina, according to Capt. Prod 1 Foot, nuikW of tho schooner, who -tmb-nmrii- iK Boston, Way 8().' The proposed employment of women as conductors on street cars lu this city to fill tho places made vncant by 'men called to the colors was opposed in resolutions announced by tho Boston Streot Car Men's Union "Organised labor," the resolutions said, "would protect women against thciuo.slvfcs, that their labor may not bo exploited by the captains ot industry who, under the guise of patriotism, hide tho real motives ami purpose which seek to deny to thoso at present engaged in this occupation any tftrlous collective effort to petition for a little 'moro In wages that will enable tlem to jualritaln tlu Am"erlcai standard of living. "This kinder ptitrlotlsui'ls tho ki'id for Iho overthrow of thoso for wheiu taking up arms, ' our nutton lu y Tho oxccutlro board, ot tho union was Instructed to "flgbt to tho limit" any attempt to givo women such y. to-da- ' DEADLIEST AIR J: 7fl RAID OF THE WAR KILf.KD AND 17." 1XJTRED I.V ciwualiM's amen? the civ.l pr.pu Some phopi am! 'lou.tf stIouhIt damaged " . "The total caaualltlei report 'I u M.e police from all dhuricts at- ' lnjurd, "i rfilled 3ventr-slx- ; a-- rn HUNDREDS LOSE LIVES IN TORNADO OVER UiVrt DEAD, THOCSA.VD IN- 1 1' RED. I'ROPhRTV LOSn Ol- Mil l.iONS. mn "Of the kllM, twonty-seve- n nTnusT:nv ENr.iA.n 3 PLANES SHOT DOWN j, "Wowuri a ml LI of To i I't 1 r ' herlaIVs TahM an the mtnt , factory remedy for tmneh r rouble ami eonetlpetion that I have sold in immitry of 'ornndo dead and us- thirty-fou- r on the SotttheoiU Cmwt of year' drug store service. ' jnreit. Dmis. KfeskiiMi, Msy 28 (via London writer S. H. Murphy, drnrzlst. Welli- Wash 3Bd Children who hod atsod ,...5 4 Iwrj, N. Y. M.ntr. Ml OfrtatnuMe everv I IS where. a Imig line In the buteK Chnrlssww. IK t m ' 25 Aadnle. Kan Street here waiting to purchase pota- . . IS Other Ilfoet una. were the principal victims of the ;.LL VEAP. COI.LEliE .1 2 Arknssss German airplane raW met evenisg. TKIWIS, WAl: PKiUKIT 3 Indiana Intent only on holdln? their p4ace '1 Kentucky 7) Mew Tork. .May 11 fit the lin. the womnand ehildren Many Amerl-5- 3 Tennessee en nniveritie!, it in leHrnvl here San ltttto warms? of the raid. ?n re easy vlethns of the air vultures, jare erhMWIy eiwWerlns mukinz the 29T roiafe irfc drop24 their deadly bomb l.lT .college yenr enviet of fonr ttirm m m. Property dnm;e. IS,t4,J!3. ttteerlMtsately. The raid. wKWi tweiy weeks chcs. wirh only fwir per- .u- -. weeks mention a year.. It sktlaetf the Win of seventy-s- s Chicago. .May 27. Here than 29 propped by eertsin elutn?s in th-- 1 m sane and cansed injii.-i-e to ITS oth-- ( pewonx were killed, a thousand or . rarrteniti. to tench h much is two of Clear Vnr skin in Sprlns. er, proved, asore deadly than any Sprfn? bouse cleaning raW which the Zeppelins have made meant more injured and million of dollars ith new term m w forsierly tousht ' e Ksgland since the beinmn? of eleanin? inside and ouuide. Dull worth of property destroyed by tor- - jin three term, or the whele ctHleue pimply 3k in m an aftermath of wia nacos wnicn swept tnreiign Kansas yeur. the war. on Friday, fllinols dd Indiana on The-- e Pryis? so hi?h that they looked fer inactivity Flmh your ? as a metunres are sn.ifie-te-d Hire' a flock of docks, the raklers, with a mild latative and clean out tvituriay and p(ru of Tennessee. wr Hidiegt. It in admitted rhe is the duty of the telephone rained dflien.of bombs oa the hsale-r- t the accumulated waate. eay to take, Arkansas. Kentucky and Southern new arraszement ll not b nnHe a I thoroughfare, they do not Report Indicate ,ffeerrre a the old method; fcf the! Mfc& of tlie main Dr. Kind's ,Vw Illinois Sunday. operator to ascertain the number vhfeh wm ehoked wich shoppers of Life Pills will dear your complex- - that a larjje amount of farsi imple-- irfvoeste arne Nutr result win svery 3?, 3Bd x. Ion and brighten your eye. Try Dr ment.. needed to produce the hnmp-- 1 h- - obtained from the plan thus by wanted and ring the bell of the party Hi ana ' crup ursireu inn jeur, was rninei , iryin? lo ennttnne wth the oM a oi ioe awioti"! Rin?j ,np-- i.ue rmj vSsted the destroyed district throw off the a'ussHh winter shell 'although the peemodie wind truck tern wb-youni men have little time called. If the called party is slow to grocery store At drugisu. 2."c only here and there m its frishtfu' ( for education and are in more of a He found play throush the rural regions, ''rop 'harry tha formerly to ?- -t info the! had eollapoed and wan told by taat answer the operator is as helpless as damage kt faid to be not henw n army or scn.e ornt-- r active ur j fte grocer, who loet two meraber3 of : family, 'that ten dead peron. DRAFTED MEN TO BE sralnA. Iht Toe heaviest toll of life was taka vere fotmd in the debrW of th" you are. IrnlWin?. A doen more, were kil'eii CALLED IN 3 MONTHS ar Mattcon. III., a dty of 10.098 pop ARMOUR ASKS FOR and three score or more were inulation in the broom eorn countr of jured by Hying Kkfw and bricks and are Central Illnoix, ohere fifty-fou- r MORE OF DAYLIGHT! Most of what you might fras-menhrapnei-Hk- e known to be dead and 300 injured which were faltered foretbiy by the bnrtm WMFTEII Tf) REftl.V TTVIM.NO with i property lot of J2.8a0.ft00 iKIT. I, SIVS WAP. is "slow service" is caused by the subCharleston. III., ten miles eat of (ii o.vk' Mattooo wai also partly wrecked worm mdvk n.HK ri fany person Tout their lives on a ; ' Saturday evening with a Io HotR, Marr-!l- k of Bflrow scribers answering promptly. pnajfway be' thirty-eisAxSl.sT. tween two building on thix lives ani 150 Injured. Washington. May 2S. It will be The property loss there U a million. ' wh a hr,mh Iurst overhead, the You can help the service by answereoBCti.wlou kifllnj: them. All the vie- - wore than three month before the The next most serious Jos wai al . King in tbte part of the town were thousands of Kentucky youns men. Andale, Kan., where twenty-si- x wrej Chlcairo, May 2s. J. Ojtdn Ar- ing your telephone promptly. struck down within a rsriius of :08 who are to be conscripted for war killed and a score injured on Friday mour t In favor of conserving day-iwi- th t called to the Germany, will Sooth Dyersber?. Tenn.. was He announced today that ha Tarda. One r.r the most RtrikinK results coIom. This interesting information ported to have tost two kill-- ! would hia influence in urslnir the IVhtn yo-.- i Telephone Sinik was thet small property damage here cornea from no le an authority than ed ami fifteen injured in a tornado adoption of national IiNlation to jreove the clock ahead as soar during compared with the heavy loss of Mf. Secretary of War IJaker and is con- - that swept Dyer county j N'enr BlytheViile. Ark, nine per- - Ue jmrner months This is thought to have been due to tained In a letter which he has sent Jh fact Ibit the botniei . happens to rinaU5.-- Wesley I. Joaa. of Wash- - sos were reported killed and "The worW wr." he iaid, "in fore-hnru (In? the adoption of etficiency mm.) ti droi where large crowds of shop- - instoa State Reports from Indiana .diow ' least ures and Europe ham tested awl prqv-- I In tow letter Secretary Biker says pers, aaxmorited by pMipl attracted 'he f.r 5e.00 men under the ae- - seven persons killrd at Hebron, td ihe oaylishi-suvl- a to the potato sale, were sithered. plan. In to far ' AND lective service act will not be called Kouu and other plscea, and the as noosibie we shouid make nae of' Home-- . OemolUlieiL Incurportted Tft the residential of others to as to sections of th& natU aboat Septes.lcr 1. Senator death list may reach twenty. More; the experi-sacU. KIIIDLK. M . K.KK, II KT1 OIM1, KV town fashionable homes were Je- - Jota had forwarded a letter from ttan 200 were Injured in the Indfana avoid having to py the price of jpecience ourselves." but or.ir one or two vie frank Vaterhou3e, chairman of the territory swept b7 the atonn. ' Smaller towns in Illinois lot a! "The eicrienco of Europe sho-time wero fonnd in the rains Tii vVashiaiftos State HarreAtem' Lei;u by moving the workday one1 sugestiag that soldiers used in dozen dead oa Saturday, with two that raiders made a lttline over theseore injured, while in the southern hour nearer Mim') the efficiency of har73t fle!da tO"vn, first bombing the resideat;al Seeratiry Baker replies: j point of Illinois wtndatorrcs to-dswstlon and then pelting the shopping tne wor:.r.r it increased, power now "The matter of obtaining labor killed a half dozen and injured a used to cr.-tartificial l.fiht ia district - they ew out to sea. The-- casualty fit for this town daring the harvest sesaoa 13 a very score for prcyluuttve e.Tort and th ' TIir-- " Tut At Dublin. people havo as additional hosr of planed at sixty loportanr one and la now receivlni? alene was MaySeld, Ky.. May 27 Three are daylight rteratlic or other outdoor j dted and lf.0 injured. Ltrge ganj? T earnest consideration by all the of workmen, however, contlned to departments of the Government, dead and ahost thirty to fjrty are activities. c: work Into the niglit oa huge piles of f'Wing to the depleted state of our isjnred as a resait of a cycloce which yl 3lncere!y hope the Oovernment i SJ Ag' n.N.'-i-- - OUi hllgbt Die, e TeiX5 Llfly, Bat N aw 5JJS It will not be practicable to tre' the western pnrt of firavtM wUI see the wttom t the plan wh.le! debrts In the residential nection, toe Is a VcIJ, 5trt)a3 Woman and Prai3 Cardai For the flrat 500,000 snder the j county at i:20 this afternoon, catia tber j at:!! w tlaie to apply it thU A'here sovcrst persons are mt.inlns. ac" year. Tli cotwervatloc of daylight) mlnutos over IhU tom-n- . They came l"orlaloM of the &it now under con- - tug enornioiu property dan.a?';. Hr Rocovsry. Two daughters of Km Jin. lloyrt I in atr;ct-- t acord with the ides T1o rslders spent Use Utah three ''deration by Congress "to Incre-.t-.frosi places farther InLiud which tefoporartly the mlliUry entabiiiin- - Buries and a Imhy were killed and ' that the economy winch the Nation pJiyae CTfy, Tar. Mrs. Mary K.l-- ' the Uett-- r. tney bad bombed freely. The losv of n!'inl " 0- - Until about Sep- - neveral other person aro not expect-lif- t detnsnd3 at this time means the InThst si yearn .15" 1, So there will be no sppre.i- - t"i to survive. Every physician of telligent u of our in such snan. &t thU plsce. says; "After tin and I' am still here and am sad property damae in those a well, placss, however, U riorted to hare 9ni0 interference with tho labor huo- - Mayileid and snrrounJinK country manner ai to avoid wa.sie it U a birth of my IlttJo glrl...a:y sldo cow Btromc wotuaa, and I owe my llfo to Ijean com psra lively silxht. " ooustry cntll that date, 'was called upon to attend the injured jwa.te of uaylight to keep our work- - J At one 17 CsrJuL x hn(I onr takan half tho bo had broken limb and other in-- . day where it m row sad it is a waste) oisiMd to Isurt " called thy n'.'l ptece a bfwf.lis.ll game was ia um- - v'!l' I Ud to back . .... OUl- - kk.. tfk K t,.nH. i,rt..'V . . . fa.a-.. i M...I. itlTina . tf. .l..ti. .1 m.- - a UUUlll .,. iurn--l ,.. UB f. mi liupiiUUlill); .1. I KA.. nx.i...v lu lu" wen I began to f.r better. Limm ATIOH IUO Jl j " .tv.tobuiuii; uniu, nii.ll -- ..... -. ,a leil in IBC W'g m.un. iiu rSsu mo kjciiibb fwppi inroun a soe-- i wors o: ir- - run wnen powur u need-- 1 Bow. mlsen- - In juv alii? ur rraKRi'mta or the bursting !" wm vnui mey are ge0f. aorcau. t 3kall wounded the rlsbt snd center As liJ period of training before they tiou lyi.i below Dublin toward Fancy d for intenaifvins; (ndaitry to meet j treilS'i ro...but I got no Wtter. 1 conUnuetl right or. taklnc t1!. Cinlrt i sot wo fteidera Mi severely that thoy had to ars wist Bbrrsd will be, at tho best, Karm. und the devastation m the the rowinx demand upon it.' Mj worso untU U, Uery! until t had taken throa botUes and I o taken to a" tot short, in Justice to the men', worst thit ever vllted this hecion. f- bospital. wai anWirabta.,.1 was la bed far NW not nied nny moro for I was well u moat be intensive and continuona. Household x'od CommercJ;il. ser-- i Wbile the town's dead were being ire rarrifJ you read the -- Knlektr turto aoatlM aad suffered pucli w.ony . B" never r,!,t lv"er la my llfo... I I do not think it "nl miles by the wind ,md touny efittnted b? U10 fVirouer a preliminary "p tnw f'Ui'i I practicable, at leasf phiA houses are complete IntjUMi by the Town Cormcii at a jbocker History of New Tork?" dw,trofd. that I waj Jajt ilrawn up la a Isr.a.. . Lava never liad UOy trouble from that d .Vo I'm not interested to tnofislflg adopted i In soldiers ror the pur- ui uossei not lut .y the- storm toy to this." de told my husband If be would i;t have been converted ;m io,pital. tho; reports of thi elothiDH trad. ntfiBdfoi; the iriiornineiit of a Oerman twees sM$ge.id Do you from hoailicho, back-nclvv s:e .1 Irt'.llo of Cardul t woitbl try I' . Pitt Ivntlier. atorekeeper who njid to be still palaii in iildert, or other dlacora-fortdolSK bnsl Sprnliis Ami .Slralin Itolirveil. in the town. I coratnenaMl taking It. however, Uut each month? Or do you feel People, are ltrnlii lhal. a little SlirinH Slilmii I'latiiM In Jt-tquickly ttkes tlio "I aw somewhere tint the oataa J erCElns I called my family about weak, nervous and fngpdtitT If bo, foretliomtht often ai.ves tbi.Tn a bl riin out of atr.iins. jpr-imLondon, Mav 2K i Oertnan airships H wry fashionable." brulea ma... for I l.ncw I oouM na. lxa. slvo Cardul, tho woman's instance: K. V. and all mimcle ioreni. to tho number of oloiit sixteen raided wpe"0 "fir ' "Tb-A tlean, ft must have inailo a hlron tonic, a cutny day3 unl-- is I had .1 chasjpj for trial. Honthemst KuKlend on Friday eveB- - Archer Caldwell, Ohio writes. "I do ck-a.-liquid fa.nlly appl.vd, .t mlcl:- - liaprosiiloi.. American. J llevo thru our family ha been iy Jng, acordlnK lo an official etatemont rtit wjtlmut rubbinjr. Sloan's u,l,'r"" Chamberlain' Colic. Cholo- - Liniment does not stain the nkln or Issued Senntyxiix pnroni TiilxTrulosd'.. pn.per earo at sanatoria, r and Iirrhofi Heraedy h.nne wj 0ln the pores like muiwy platora or whom It Wan(H to work in helpful nro killed. Many of us can roinijiubif wl.n Rnd at home, and th.it I nimeiirtd Ueoplng bonwi ye.ir.n ao. i... ..nn,.,.t., ' '1'hreiiof thoOermsn alraiilpu were Tor chroc.c rhournatlo tuberculoidd wa ooruldored to dead-n- , , nccossurllv i.u ' Vlion wu ko f.n an extcmilud vliil we lCM, an,j pa.ns, ueuriilKiu. gout and ly a v- -, shot down, fine hundred and ,H ' f "U n? that Utile wM don. .... L"? ' P.U" :"r. .?" to o L,al0 " V,,IU u"-enty pffHciM wuro injured. Cutalnable overy- - Jumlrfico have tubi wl.icnown - ' Ui victim but to make hi imM tor ..... -- ... ... . . Co,1"up"8 '"1 tno irontmonl of " in The TnldfiiK aircraft wlilcii were handy ror tho fun, of grippe reroro slcoplmc 'r , ' earlb a comfortable as polhlo. ! ,,- - nfect.n at -- n ' limuKhl down wcrt airpUnes. Hork.ItSivf-!,Iu- t ari d following Ury "mtt Bro h,R,,Iy SSrd rtudy .by tn, O0 t Iwrn. I A Kind MuMmiiH. of T , e c,i..i! ril!illliniUM,ln.l v.. ..... .. ..... . .1 oarly all Uif damso oeeured In I.r quick roliof. A . - 11 .u..M,,. -- ., c. . . mo .iJctorsiiBsmiilodea such a belief , CommlMloni-r... , Z . .. " Ih dolnc all l one tovn where iiite b'fnh fell in " proved tlu, ino .power to Inform tho ,op,o that no lr. Flntbimli- - What' wriuu: no? 2 tho streets. csiMn wmlderabl ca- the proper cam and treatment, the ...neer tuiut thnau with tuberculosis Mri. KlHtbnrh Ch, I read today ' hhjt window isUIilbrf siiens Him elvlltaa popiiln- MmTION I'ltOM ,i!mui re.idlly yields to cure, If tsk flint If lllft fiurfll nffP.I ti ri.vnlt. uiiif- -I tr-- 1-' TuborcuS'm Wrtto lion. ,,,W,l,W . MOKWKV IA7!t)TH,wi In Mcsv. pik! relief obtainul even i" ::. . ; " "'amt'r ",an " """" l""1"' which auKlon at Frankfort for moro mlnulo on the air .' Tl.erillowJni; rewrt in advanp.d Write Lr. V.'. L. cest and which uxperluncu ban Bb,wn ,f al lh" ('l",llor w""''l partloulum 'ftld was jnf.de by Kield Marshal VI. .. Halt City. Ilf.f.oi. wv.n,,.. Mt VI.JVV.I May :., I ..v.... r.VA.rt.itlt' ufiit.iiiu. (lb iL. .... lo b benelicial. u H"''11 '"' rtounin Buiiiounry in mu In orilia- - to parmlt Utah. eonnt I'Vcrjicli; ' members of the fori, for circulars, , liulltitiua lc Tho Hecrotury of tho Kentucky ,,.,,.. "A lartre ,r nf.,.a,lrn f ..n,v (9 ( 1 fclr H'''Ut HUpport." .1,. .... To , AT'irinoi) church tompl'i ivliitli will tfive full tnforiu'itloti ou . Mr, KlatfiUHliDon't worry, " abrjul "n't Kra'LTrrTm fintt xlxteen I at'ackwi ,f W,t' to enlM in tho .N'uvy tho HUbJ&cl. ' Cmuiberlaln's i"dori;arsiiiiit any Tablets for ftniUiieil ifnrJliHl between 5: IB and r""'r K.K t,,or" ''" "llor yu Li'iiit. Kdwln fltitlirle, of the loc.il in physician, health DnriiiK u ntuto-wld- u Hiirvey u" ta" Mt"'o.llcer or cu.ump.'kte ffftQ o'clotl; ls u uSrd, ,ai ' lSs. evtwlnr Howbn Jl"'t recruiting; oiliui', bus utkivl Slichlfraii it was hhown by an annly'a tvo am ly a fr.o copy of a plmmp.ot ur, month, " ) ,. , OrS dropHiai at u supiber of plac-u ithorlt- - from the ISurtaii of Nii-- . L of ':'itl ciue atudlud thnt tho on tho homo care of tubcrculo.u. dy that did m so much r, od." ivity nil Uio lUmmyt ooovred in K'ltUui lo moilify tho teu!tloug. of cw of tubenmlosls existing which will be found of ' Creat viiluu. C. K. ohfl town jhero some bOMliH rll Inlo FDR FLETCHER'S IJIout. tlutlirlo d that be had lo. a Miction at uny nlven timo will Tho mlsHhm of la,,J the board U to tnu tlftwis ssutlug 60iialdorMilv ' hud 'much dikcuMlnii wltli the'youiij; rccuti--r completely If they rcccivu uot bupplaut tho t ibMlclau. wkhhoro . Waltlns Children Rue Potatoes Chief Victims. Tn --, srii l- were childami twnty-thr- e women and ren, while forty-thre- e nineteen children were Injured royal flym "Airplanes of th ' corps wnt In pursuit, and the raid in aircraft were engaged by flehtla;? air of the wral jrlcc from Dunkirk on thir return (journey. The Admiralty reports tint mree enemy airpianfi w.-- r mi down by the latter." Witnese of the Grmaa air raW if.xir.rlhn th Srf ABniuinu.i rkf th hostile machines as flying at a great height toward th eoaet ha tion of nree. The' r lot appesrod over the tews, and dropped a shower 9f bontlM on the shopping center. This wan followed In quick sueee. ,jon by other group, which emptied thetr loads of bombs haphujnnity on the startled inhabitant and on the outlyln? village' The rlalt wa. short and th "soetlle machines were flyln? very hl?h. British airplanes promptly went up in pursuit of them and a reenter buttle occured over the na, in which the rteein? enemy ma- chines were obviously worsted. 'wiri al w $ MANY TOWNS ARE SWEPT Kentucky, ridixlou scruple to war a pretended tyj of undergarment The cJturch surment de."i not conform to the rpRHlnllnn .Vary m henet the Lieutenant has taken .steps to hate th regulation. waived so a to enllHt Mormon who haTi heretofore hen ndvfco'd by navy flfnctnla that they mnut comply with Tnited States reulnttons or tfay out of the service The Mormon gifrment is similar to a union suit. covering th entire body and of uniform pnr-mn- w:m have appi.ed fur n the Xavy but who ar nIiHtmn: bnitml by 5SViSVVVSSSfiiVV k t. I CALL ON US For Overcoats, Suits, Odd Pants, Ladies' Coat Suits and Cloaks. Don't miss us. All new and dttlltil ,m T'mievtee, Illinois. .if'unsii rinepr lly Destructive Storm. In- ; Stomach Trouble and Const lui(i.iti. iy "I will cheerfully that Cluiai- - - I; i . tM. : Hub Clothing Co. $ HARTFORD, KY. : itSSVVrVViVVVSV&SVW8 s , ' Prompt Answers It : Inte-stiae- ?.-l- pe ctirr-p'jiwie- io-ai- ai 3 to-da- y. t think atr'. millhaii:k to not ht , ht . to-da- y. : CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY 1 t. i GAUED ay FAMILY HEH n-ie- aod bt 1 BE DSDE ''lit ot V, ? I ltnl" tii ' .-- ,. "n l i niu w a. I i... J "r 'son m'i. Ed--H- - Co-B- . 1 t . . u, i. br-atl- n n to-j(i- rr-m- , ft,,,,,, ,,,, .!!...,.,... ,, tZr aZ.. """""l M : , ivpiceba, $ a w-i- ..".'. di-nr- i))t i '"' '' T 7,r 'l,, "T '"unmii i S T" , I lko . fii-(- - VH-n- ulininr .,-,- - "Hx'!',al ,vy ""T"' '' - tl ! I Ghildxen Ory CASTOR A ma-jori- ly .,, WiX y r. JJ ouHiLayyi 232fll GERMAN SPIES STILL ON JOB KNKMV INKDKMKI) AH TO MOVK- MKNTS OP 17. S. IN AOVAXCK. pilili the Navy Department, tli'ii tnrnm'ltco on ptibllo Informal!:: if aid. 'Uie (loparlment calls nttoitlnii ti tli Ih fact ns proof that tlio German Hpy syscm at work In this ln-sllll DESCRIBES MEANS country, making Imperative tlio need of secrecy In connection with our naval operations. Tlio prematura Is publication of ship movements particularly a source of danger." Had Onigli? I'everlsh'.' d'rlppy? You need Dr. King's Now Discovery to Btop that cold, tlio soothing bal- MINES PLANTED IN PATH Know of Destination nf VcswoN lie fro Tlirjr Idimlnl At (JlHt'llhUmB. Washington, May 31. Another .Mif.i.rymv ertort to get Americans to participate X Thereby PromoilnDMcbtioft Paris, May, 29. Replying to In- in peace parleys ot Stockholm failed Uiccrl umess ana nwtwu ; Washington, May 2S. Four days terpellations on submarine warfare In Thursday when President (tampers, i5'.i', npithpflnIllm.MopmncnM, ticforu the American destroyer flotilthe public bnsHlon of the Chamber of of the American Federation of Labor, Minaal.NoTvncoTial la arrived abro.id Herlln knew It was Deputies, Rear Admiral I.acuze, the declined an Invitation to bend delefiao'ADnsmKreu on the way and1 to what port It was Minister of Marine, gave an inter- gates to a Stockholm trade union conJoapkiRSf jf i;nitiR and the day before the vessels esting outline of the means of de- gress to discuss the claims of labor !cii-r- , (steamed liUo Qnceustown In connection with peaco negotiations J"S' if German fense France has adopted against the AnlsfStttt iiiihmarlnes hnd drown mines about KV. DICATIIH ni;i!lX(i KIKST The congress will meet simultaneousKOUK MOXTIIH OK 11117 undersea boat. h'orm J the harbor entrance. "I see no reason why I should not ly with the Socialist peace confer- v, I '"?-Tills startling information, revealhMltrmnrinTiir speak of these methods In public," ence on which the State Department v Deaths. Hate. t o ing that Cerman spies not only still has put Its samp of disapproval by n?.o: A i,olnfiil Remedy lor said Admiral Lacaze. "It would be .tV.' arc at their work In this country, but Total deaths (stillbirths jAnnmi Diarrhoea childish to think they are unknown refusing passports to Americans ex titeFX; excluded) ll.ar.r, 14.3 ;i.;' I nntlFwcrishncssona that they have a swift means of to the enemy. Thoy consist of a pecting to participate and by warn 1,937 Under one year ' communicating America's war sec-teki "syKtem x,os v"of patrol boats, of arming '"B citizens that such participation i 1 to G years 91S resulting Ihcrcfrcmlnpnty. to the fathreland, came to the merchantmen with guns and fitting would be in violation of the law. GG years and over ....3,248 Si55 Navy Department today In a cable racSImacSinaUtfe,ot of seaplanes, them with wireless; iaa?. Knnn I'rcveuUiblu Diseases, gram from near Admiral Sims at sersc'' nets, mines,, smoke-raisin- g devices THIS IS SOMKTIIIXR WtSGi- Tuberculosis (all forms) Jf5:-- ? London. lilKK A SXAKK STOHV and dragnets. Pneumonia, llronco- a,rcCctrrAfnGoWAwr. 1 eil'i The Admiral said his Information "I nought to get patrol boats built pncuiiluuia 20G.7 1,G39 was positive. His dispatch was not t WEv XSiei Munfordvillc, Ky May 31. J. T. and buy them abroad. I scoured here Whooping cough 121 EnavpVM0VV!7rrVO.H made public and for obvious reasons Dlphtherla-Crou- p the world over with missions, cover- Crutcher, a reliable citizen, says he .... 93 11.7 nothing will he given out concerning ing the ground from America lo was walking through his wood and 13 l.G how the news came Into his possess Scarlet fever .Vorth Cape, from the Capo of Good camo upon an eld hollow three with i Meningitis ion, nor about tlio precautions which i Hope to Japan, but England has been a dead copperhead snake and wood- 17S 'defeated tlio German plans and en Measles beforehand. When I entered the min pecker in it. The biiake bad "charm- GG.G Exact Copy of Wrapper. G29 THC CENTAUM COMPANY. NIW VOAK CITY, abled the flotilla to speed safely thru I found 243 patrols. Xow wo , cd" the bird and In tho struggle its mbeb Typhoid fever 100 12.3 istry WLL.J niiuo Ileitis. the havo 552, (A Socialist voice: "It Is. beak had penetrated tho crown of Diarrhoea-enteriti- s (under Ilmrli IMrt .May lfl. formidable.") tho snake's head so tha't tt first ho 2 years) 1J,S rlvim ftin Tmmillnf f. nulillrlfv thought the bill protruding through Scheme fiir () PatrtiK. y (over lyrl.oca-dysente,.'salient fact, however, the department l "I do not say It Is formidable," the top of its head was a horn. G2 7.S making .clear that its purpose was to 'dBrlppo) . 372 , 40. 8 continued tho mlnibtcr, "nor even let the. people know of too activity J" I have drawn up a , THE LADIES' HOME JOURNAL, GO 7.5 sulllcicut, and so"Ucomla and success of Teutonic spies and to scheme which will increase tlio figure THE SATURDAY EVENING POST O O emphasize tho necessity for absolute j to 000. I conltnue to buy in London, and THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN 1 .1 secrecy In connection 'J,roP,,0U,a with naval I wish to secure tho spare time of a no 2.7 the world's center for shipping. oiieratlous or shipping movements. am obliged to do so because our man or woman to act as local repreNo Money 11 1.4 Infantile Paralysis nnu- - .Ml,,.. In ll,n T.ii. .l..K.rnvnr shipyards had been almost complete- sentative In Hartford and vicinity, inAdvaace Syi)hUU 394 .8 t. i t .ui w Satisfao iimmv ly abandoned; because, as a result of looking after tho renewals of their nuuunnun.0 u uuiwjrvuM 45.9 tion Guar .Ct'r waters under tho direction of Ad- -' thHt short-wa- r theory which weighed many subscriptions ln this section, CG.4 4 43 Iolcnco anteed in IrailI Sims, put Into port at Queens- upon all Uccisloiif and Introducing these publications LowetitNet SO 3." so regrettably town on May 1G. How long they Pellagra by tho Stat taken at the outset of tho war, the to new readers. Payment will be Above furnished were in crossing tho Atlantic or from Prices yards had been transformed Into war mado In salary and commission. PreHoard of Health. what port they salW never has material factories to meet thu press- vious experience is desirable but not TermH A been nnnunced, and until word of ing need of the national defense. We essential. For details address, with Saving of $100 Reward, $100 their arrival camu by cable, only a SlOO to havo now got back most of the arse- references, Box 654, THE CURTIS The readers of this paper will be 5200 feu pople in the United States even .. .1.... IIIU. III1IV 13 U, ,e9t nals and a number of private ycards, PUBLISHING COMPANY, Independ From Fno P. A. STARCK knew of tho Government's decision ' one dreaded disease that science has together with skilled workmen. ence Square, Philadelphia. 17t2 ory Direct CRCSIDCNT lo F.IH1 warsilips to huropo. , that Is catarrh. "The guns wo mount on tho paCatarrh bclnc Bjrcatly condition)) olllclal would comment tonight on ( Influenced by constitutional trol boats have been referred to dis- MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALK. IN YOUR constitutional treatment, the pohslhlo means by which tho news requires Medicine Is token InternallyHall s dainfully, but you cannot put Catnrrli and OWtt HOME was conveyed to Germany. If it did acts inru tne moon on the .mucous surOhio Circuit Court. guns ou a small vessel. Wo will shin you a beautiful Starck Piano for 30 (lavs' free trial. In your tlio System thereby destroying not go from a secret wireless plat't, fuoes of home. No cash rayment required. All we ask Is that you will p'.ay upon, uso tlio foundation of the disease, giving tho A patrol boat on guard, armed with Bask of Caneyvtlle, Plaintlir, ana test this pianu for 30 days. If, at the end of that time, you do not find It the. vs. Notice of Sale. by ImlMinc up the conit tnubt have been carried In como Tiatlent nml iiNHta'Inir guns, xaet two subma- Allen Coy, et al.. Defendant. highest grade, sweetest toned and finest piano In every way, that you havo ever filltutlnn nlturi In Hnlncrlta en for th-- money, you aro at pcrfec liberty to send It hack, and we will, ln that have lode dispatch that tho ulllcd cable J work. Tho proprietors powers so much rines armed with By virturo of a judgment and order event, nav the freight both ways. T i Starck Piano must make t?ood with you. or nnun mini in me rurniive , censors passea as innocent. guns, sank one and put the otlicr to of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court, IV ut wirre ih no buic. Cntnrrh Mofllrlno that thev offer One Hundred Hollars for any cae that It falls lllght. 5 rendered at its May term, 1917, In lUiloulilo V r gancc. Save, $150.00 or Mer Easy Payments cure. testimonials. t Addreis Snd for list of fk the abovo styled action, V. J. chrnfa The result will bo to redouble I ho We thip direct to jci from our factory, it Toil pay no catli down, but after 30 days CO.. Toledo. "Vo have 1,200 dragnets, as well defendant, for tho sum against the Mo- - SoM hy a" of $182.00 prices that sate you upwards of $150.00 Is .he of trial, ton can txrin nannent on the low. Dru8. & vii'lancu both of tho censors and of! as 170,500 curtain nets and 5,000 with Interest thereon at the rate of cost of your piano. Wc guarantee to furoUb plan est. easiest tcrmi ever suggested by manufacturer. These terms are arranged to, ovc:y agency of the Govcrmivjur. jou a hotter piano for the money than you can twenty-foo- t lloat nets, which Indi- 6 por cent, per annum from tho 24th secure elsewhere. You are assured of receiTinj; suit your convenience, and it Is possible for rJ in rooting out tho spy bybtira. 1MCAVS COD XOT TO you to buy a piano for your home, without' a MiUfactory twet toritJ durable high grade cate the presence ol submarines. Wo day of February, 19 1C, until paid, l.KT HIS 1IKA1) SWKIili pi'no. . mt: iuroktf Evry Germnn known to have been f have special bombs for submarines and its cost and tho cost of this sale, I will offer for salo by public auction aiaroK 4R.Yeet Ci:aranlea ronueited with the csplonagj work of and apparatus to throw them. to tho'highest nnd best bidder at tho 2nd-HaPlayrMaMI New York, May 2S. "Oh. God, Bargains Every Starck Piano i ills rnvornment already is under arSeal piano Posts Btnrck irS Court Houso door ln Hartford, Ohio 5 ycara. guaranteed for Wo have conitanily on hand don't let my head swell. Protect Ck: Km and innst beautior under surveillance rest Other This guarantee ha back a large number ot shuhtly used "Vo havo organized seaplane posts County, Ky., on Monday, Juno 4th, ful VlTer PltMS ou ths me." OLd ct It our 35 years of plane of all i.ianos ruarhrt. arrets may follow at any time andj This Is tho prayer Hilly Scndny all around tho coasts bo that the 1917 (It being tho regular County i.iu wtu ec w? nrperlence, and the repurtandard makes taken in UkMiO with the many exCourt the hour of 1 tation of an now "lint tho country is at war and for new Stank rianoa zone of action of each post joins that o'clock,day) at about a clusive features of these p. upon responsible piano house. and credit of six The fclluvr. wonurful niNtrutneiiU, and the ri'vealatlon of its BGCtiti mav said In his automobile on the way of its neighbor on either side. By and twelvo in., Ins are a few umple bargains: months, tho following will tie phased with the tho Tabevnaelo hero after .. ii ii 50 Free Huslo . 11.1- - i homo from 111 ML'1111 11H KJllinr XZIlilj IIItMIl Vny low prices at which Weber $110.00 October all merchantmen and paT described property, they can Ijc secured. a l,,B 'ulrtlK. rding to A. n. Slac-Lessons Stcinway 92.00 Two tracts or parcels of land lywift punishment undountedi'$ 1)'""M' " of tho "vangellst's close trollcrs will be fitted with 'wireless ing In Ohio County, Ky., bounded Piano Book Free CIHckering Tj nery purchaser ot 90.00 be dealt out to any evicted J and all merchantmen supplied with Starck Plar.o", wc ge free Fend today for our new Kimball 95.00 irlcndfi. and described as follows: ppy. . music lessons. In ono of beautifully illustrated plan) ........ guns of as heavy caliber as possible, ' 195.00 Starck L......in.. i..... it l.,-iTract No. 1 Beginning on'threo the lrt l.nown schools in bock, winch gives you a omnia ii. in u.iiiit ne n....i..n I'l.l- - for which measures in n.iiiiK Men row in custody operated when Chicago. Thee you programmes giims a division lino between Elllo large amount of Informa-tio, Send for our latest complete can tike lo your own home, rejfanling pianos. This Second hand bargain list. the U'llted States was a ncutVjl. iii.',- - ers for himself under his breath, havo been drawn up oven beyond Haycraft and Lilllo Coy; thence S. by mall. This represents book will interest and uven In thu midst of u sermon. Only 58 V. to two whito oaks and maple; Jug now !f n very different tinny uid one years tree instruction. nteaw you. Write today. what was thought possible. those hitting within a few feet of him thence S. 43 E. 19 poles to a beech 1313 Starck UleliJ., CHICAGO A. STARCK PIANO CO.. u is Iikt'.y to lead to tho gallov "For building tho plates and on tho bank of Horso Branch Creek; can hear those prayern. stead, of comfortable detention quar frames required, M. I.oucheur thence up same as it meanders S. The evangelist will bo making tern for munitions In charge Co 15. 24 poles to a beech and white i ,, ,somo sweeping and important sluto-men- t, In r iir.cuncliig Admiral I ot tho manufacturing sections) lias oak; thence S. 81 E. SS poles to at accompanied by a. crash of Ills beech, ash nnd whito oak on tho ' (1st tin tho tublo beforo him, and in btrated up again all tho rolling mills. bank of Caney Creek; Thoy will bo able to supply us with tho same as it meandersthencon down sycato 'tho storm of applause which follows tho plates I asked for, and we hope more and gum; thenco S. to three "Oh, lean ho heard murmuring: a Unit the merchant marine will also gums, tho beginning corner. Con1 I thank God," or Helii me, God." ho ablo to obtain tho quantity of taining 51 acres, moro or less. Tract No. 2 Beginning on a sweet plates to which It Is entitled." How el Complaints In India. Buni iu Dan Wilsou's lino; thenco In N mt S. E. course G poles and 10 reet to In a lecture at ono of tho Des Stop lA!ft Over Coughs. black oak and sassafras; thence with Moines Iowa, churches a missionary Dr. Hell's will the Hopewell road to n stone, Lilllo from India told of going Into tho In- stop thnt hacking cough that lingers Coy and Elllo Haycraft's corner: No Relief Mrs. Brown Fin- tel lor of India, where ho wus taken from January. Tho soothing pine thenco with the garden fenco to ti ally Cured by Lydia E. sassafras; thenco with Dan Wilson's sick, that hy hud a bottlo of Cham- balsams loosen tho phlegm, heals to berlain's Colic, Cholera nnd Diarr- tho irritated membrane, tho glycer-In- u linoacres tho beginning, containing Pinkham's Vegetable six moro or less. hoea Remedy with lilm and believed You can be a success, and a big success, you havo- Compound. All of tho abovo described land relieves 'tho tender tissues, you that It saved his lire. This relnedy breathe easier nnd coughing ceases. was conveyed to Lilllo Coy by David AMBITION, ERERGY, NERVE. is used successfully in India both ns Don't neglect a lingering cough, it Arnold by deed dated November 4, Cleveland, Ohio. "For ycara I suf- n preventive 1912, of record ln tho Ohio County and euro for cholera. Is dnngcrouB. Dr. Hell's The road to success is easy if you are properly fered bo sometimes it seemed as thounh You may Clerk's odlco In deed book 42, pago know from this that It can 1 could not 8umu Is antiseptic and pleasant to 340. prepared. A Businoss Education is tho chief requisite it any longer. It ho depended upon for tho milder take, benefits young and old, get It Tho purchaser will bo required to was all in my lower. forms of bowel complaint that occur ul your druggist on osccuto bond immediately after salo Formula Tho big men of today almost with- - $ for preparednetK. organs. At times I in Hits country. and a llou will bo retained as further Ohtnlnahlo every- bottle. 25c, 2 security. could hardly walk, where, m out exception aro the men who prepared yesterday. Given under my hand this tho 16th for if I stepped on a r HISTORIC IlKIJi FOUND u,s li II littlo Dtono I would day of May, 1917. We prepare you for the positio.n that aie waiting 2 Wll'K I'OOIC Till: COLD OX .1F.KF DAVIS FARM OTTO C. MARTIN. almost faint. Ono 1'RO.U HIS falsi: tkktii 4CI.1 Master Commissioner. day 1 did faint and for the prepared man or woman. School in session 1 my husband was lIopkliiHVillo, Kj, May 28. A J. M. Porter, Attorney. Now York, May :!!.- - War is mild tho entiro year. Pupils may enter at any time aud sent for and tho doc farm bell, said to havo been tho prop"Father, I am going to plant my tor come. I was ta compared to tho domestic experiences erty of tho father of Jefferson Davis, receivo proper classification. ken to the hospital nlleged by Capt. At wood French be- was dug up in the Davis Memorial wholo lot in onions." "Good for you, son; I sco you aro and stayed four weeks but when I como foro Jubtlco Callaghnn. Mrs. French Purk at Falrvlow by workmen who homo I would faint just thoecmo and sought a separation, but failed. Tho on tho Bccnt of riches." Baltiuioro wero making excavations for tho had tho samo pains. wife Is 40, tho husband 7 Of foundation of tlio Dais obelisk. It American. Mrs. French admitted inklm? tlio Is A friend who is a nurso asked me to in an excellent preserva tryLydiaE.rinkhamsCBciauiotcm-KO,,- 1 ,,IB fr(), ,l0r i,U8,antj.ft fnl!f0 tion, about tho slzostatoa of Iluslnexs Hcholarxlili). ot water buckpound. IbefcantakinfrittImtvery(.oy(etl(, ei4 Ut 8a(, ,u, m(, I Wo have for salo, a scholarship, et, and gives out a eKJur, silvery . Ithn for I was .uflTerinc Batdc Vfmcb ,g good for a couiplcto course In either tone. nlrendv done mo moro fjoou man in (Incorporated) tlio Water Doparlment. Aftor tho Davis family left Fair-vie- Uookkeeplng and Accounting or K hospital To anyone who is insulTerinfj ' the first "as I was my advice is to stop more than a century ago tho Stenographers Course in the Owens- nnd Eet a bottlo of Mia L. I O H 1 1 Cl T 0 II druR-stor- o 1V OWENSBORO. KY. hell wus handed down to successlvo horo Business & Industrial College, before fQR FLETCErj.S Pinkham's VcRetablo (mpouud owners of thu lUvts lioitmbteau and Tor particulars apply at Republican you co homo. " Mrs. W. c. wsown, Dually became tho property of An- - office. i) tf 2S11 W. 12U St., Cleveland, Ohio. sam Ingredients heal tlio Irritated mombrnncs, soothe tlio sore throat, the antiseptic qualities kill the germ and your cold is quickly relieved. Dr. King's New Discovery has for 48 years been tlio standard remedy for coughs and colds In thousands of homes. Get a bottle y and have It handy in your medicine chest for coughs, colds, croup, grippe and all bronchial nIToctlons. At your druggist, GOc. 2 to-da- drew Jackfcon Kenner, who, ifly years ago, conducted a tavern nt Talrrlew. Tlio bell, hung In a framework In front of the tavern, anOF SINKING SUBS nounced the approach of stage coaches, the hour of rising and 4io tlnio of meals. There was a dispute- among the AD.MIKAI. I.MW.K, OK KltKXCH Kenner heirs as to which one should XAVV SAYS I'ATKOli ItOATH Inherit the .bell. One night it mysOil IKK WIIAI'OX. teriously disappeared and was not scon again until uncovered by the workmen. It will be ono of the mor,t 900 TO BE PUT ON GUAAD Interesting relics of the Davis family to be kept in tho base of the obelir.k. HHjfactContcrits 15 Fluid Drar.rm; GASTQRIA For Infants and Children. .-- m i7AA i. j. .. t . r. ?i ..(.- .o ni7n - Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria - r.KNr. Armed .Mcrrliiiiititien, Seaplanes And Mines Also d. ets U. S. liAllOlt ItKI'THKH STOCKHOLM IXVITATIOX 1 bimilalinUicrood by Ri;?ulv J -! i.a irhc nnn nirirn us i l linilllCJIU!IMI..Ou....i LQQT,0 J" 4.UQ J W fl Signature of njw ri - ' In ' ri,tn Use ts - For Over Thiriv Years .... CAST! J tr-i- c Ill I ' g.f1 f, .., ''"',",""' .... Stare k Pianos 'luSfaBHa&HnBfill Fact '2y ... .- i" - 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL -- stn-rrst- en-K.- r inv-;j- nd Hayer-I'lanc- a second-han- Player-Piano- .i. to-w- it: v. li-r-s . n MLCfto HOSPITAL ft You Can You Be Whatever Plne-Tar-IIon- ey Want To e if Plue-Tar-Hon- ey IBi mV"R to-du- ' I i Oniis lis Mi w 0 Q A SJT ORIA ' T r 1 i . i -- create disorders, causo civil war arid iBE LOYAL URGES the return of monarchy. Massacres will follow the appearance of Vodka. THEODORE ROOSEVELT villages will fight with each oilier The last paragraph of an editorial Mcorillnu to law nt the roitotnc tinteml and then tho servants of the old reartlor.l, Ky., n "" Matter of tho fcond In the Inst issue of tho Hartford Herelum. gime will emerge from thflr hiding ald, reads llkclhls "It the Republican proposes to explain all tho Hscal T() Ari)ir.N(i: OK SEVER .VI, THOU. place and there will he a repetition ' IV. S. TIXSLET, Editor & Bus. Mgr. !of what happened In 1905. The work Court economics (?) with the samc SAND AT MIXKOI,.V, XKVV ,of the revolution will be drowned In; Intelligence and effort it did tho pur- YORK. to blood by tho enemies of tho people. Address all comminlcatlona chaso of the typewriter and safe, its ' Xo one has tho right to buy vodka or Che Hartford Republican. editor will have mighty little tlino to ' ItoMrlnkJt. Lot It disappear forsver Now brother Herald go a fishing. X. Y..,May l 30. Col. with the old regime." don't you worry, we'll have a day off ! Mineola, NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Theodoro Roosevelt, addressing sev-- t abiwlker dwlrlnp th (.nwr wnt to n nrw now and then, becauso we believe that ddrw tnott kIt tJi old nddrvMi In ranklni? the vou are,going to help a bit, yes Just n ,eral thousand of his Nassau County KORDSVILI.E FARMERS . ROM) MEETIXG explaining business. For ("neighbors" at tho fair grounfls here 10c line and Sc bit. in this BnttntM Lotile Anil Noth-tpe weaitny among today, appealed to you pr Mm for each nildltloiml lnxrtlnn. Ttnnfc;5c Instance, why dlden'tadding tell all thorn not to employ lpbor to beautify The farmers meeting machine held at about that celebrated Obltuariri, llwilutlon nml L'nrd eit . .. . i Une, uone j In mlmm. as li iiiiinuuuuu ; ri ii.i... umcui,.tlinlp nstntrs.vhll( tho cnuntrv In nt Kordsville Saturday was attended by oir, n h j .n.i insi rjervlw trrt, Int other you? You said that the Fiscal Court, jwnr. Lifting his hat and pointing Church Notlcg0od crowd nnd much interest was' idertlf mrot. Be jht line. rewire no like all good business people, wanted i to a huge American tlag nearby, ho taken in tho work at this meeting.! will Anooymona coranonl(itlon to save tho discount and so paid cashurged those present "to come to the, They took up the Federal Farm Loan ttentlo when In fact Davment had not yet I front In an eager desire to serve with, net which was very ablr dlscused by! been made when your article went to j their bodies with every quality of;Mr. Mack Fogle and they took steps j mum, .T1S3 Uu . ,orni an Association at that place i CMitBtltr--i press. nmni You knew too, that a mw uu CO I'ituo.., good Democratic County official tried (their service, labor and military skill U, the near future. County Agent! n lilneV tho nnrplinsn nf this machine and not Stand upon words, but 111 W. V. Ilrnwdrr ami Mr Mack Fnelo . JUXE.ljand did prevent payment for quite 'deeds, for the one flag that floats Wll also be nt Rockport Saturday, FRIDAY a time, yes until after you "writ"' the over us mat nag wnicn noius in us june 2, In the nfternon to take up tho ed. The legality of the purchase was folds the future glory or mankind, .same work and they are expecting I The former President reviewed theia number or farmers to meet them Sometimes a grouch is an evidence attacked, the whole matter threshed of a torpid liver, and occasionally it out In Circuit Court, tried by a Dem- - j Sheriff's reserve corps, composed f there at that time. l" Ulusl iru""in. does good to treat it. ocratic Judge, and the case decided '"any ' against Ohio County, which cost the of his home county. Turning to the OKLAHOMA RAXDITS wondering if those taxpaylng people near $50.00 in cost. audience. Col. Roosevelt declared ifi VI We were just WALK INTO SET Til "horld" Germans had anything to do all of which including interest upon , there was any man in the country As the with our recent cyclones? Ardmorc. Okla.. May 29 the original purchase price has lately who was not prepared to do every-- 1 been paid, even since you wrote about thing In hi power "now when the rosult of an attempt by three bandits ' With warm bright weather, follow- - he matter. I say. why dlden't you Nation calls," he, had better go away. to rob Ul0 Kirst Stnt0 jJank at T ,. . . nn tinf flilnlr In forms nf ilf hup. i.i .n... m ing the recent fine rains, crops will jgjve tno whole matter as it really was. " "" " nuiiuwu, ukiu., iiiur.Mi.iy, one oi iii'M .,. .. i, wonderfully within the next When you fully explain your er- rifico but in terms of service, said rni.i. ,i... 'I advance few days, roneous article I shall have anothor, Col. Roosevelt. "I do not pity a man. uak by the cashier-an- d two other perhaps more difficult. It looks very who has a chance to risk his life for bandits are dying from wounds. 1 ; A- - h, iaimer. cashier of the bank, J. H. Thomas, tho temporary edi- much like the Herald used "intelli- his country; envy him. gent and honest effort" on this adding received a telephone message from Mut He Lojnlty. tor of week before last, set a rather He wrote too much machine, with a subtractor or reducer bad precedent. "There must be aDsolute and undl- - Huso, Okla., that the trio was head- Ho imme-- l stuff and now our readers expect me maybe, vlded loyalty to our flag. The events ed toward Tuskahoma. to try to keep It up to his standard. of the past two years have shown that dlately began distributing arms and j ROY HANGING FROM CLIFF no man can be any more loyal to two amunltion among the local merchants Mi-lan- s, BATTLES GIANT 11UZZARI) flags than to two wives. Any n and when the three nayi appeared We hear rumors of just a bit of dust being kicked up in one or two who is not a good husband is not a Everything was in readiness to re- Santa Rosa, Cal., May 30. A' bat- good citizen. A man must be loyal ceive them of the contests for nominations to be Tying their horses on little knoll decided at the coming August pri- tle between a giant buzzard and a to his wife and to his country. Now mary.- Be careful, a little moisture fifteen year old boy clinging to the that Germany stands as the most eff- behind the bank, the bandits enter injected may produce mud and the root of a shrub twenty feet up a icient military autocracy that the ed the building, and. covering the! way of the sllnger of this stuff Is apt straight ledge of rock was won by the world has ever seen, no man is a employes with guns, took all the cash to be beset with pitfalls upon every boy, who Is now recovering from an good American who does no stand ' in sight and started out. ' experience that rivals Poe's fictional against Germany and for this country As they reached the door Palmer. band. ' started firing. One of the bandits. terrors. with all his heart." The boy Is Hans Meribach, and ho We know that the Democratic The former President asserted that apparently tho leader of the gang, j Moses who prepared those epistles hung over a pile of Jagged rocks for "unlversial service is a necessary cor- - dropped to the floor dead. Anoth- with reference to the Fiscal Court &c. a long time. He was walking on the rolary to unlversial suffrage." 'or stumbled through tho door aud knows a great deal more, will he tell brink of a precipice when his foot "I believe in suffrage," he said, fell to the sidewalk in front of tin It? I wish to further state that I slipped and ho fell over. Twenty "but no't for suffrage for any woman building. The third robber started don't believe that our god friend, that feet below he jaught a root and hur.i; shirking her duty, and I will work for up tho hill, but was hit before heil excellent gentleman, Mr. Coombs had on. With his handkerchief ho tied the disfranchisement of any man or readied his horse. any more to do with the preparation j his lett wrls to !k- root and then woman who does not work in peace or of those Herald Editorials than I, wrote a note to a boy triend, bidding in war in any chance of service the URGES SKI.KURKS OK GKICMAN him farewell and saying that no one Government demands. myself did'. SHIPS IX HRAIL PORTS was responsible for his predicament. . "We hear, of course, of conscienIt Is some consolation to know' Just as he finished writing a huge tious objection to fighting. 1 do not Rio Janeiro, May 30. Seizure of participants in a riot hero STRAY STREAKS. that at least one person read our buzzard flew down upon him and ask any man to violate his conscience. German ships aud adoption of naval as the outcome of an attempt of feeble editorial of May the 4th. We 'Started to peck at his head and body, but I will not stand for him violating measures neuinst flcnii.iiiv in rnll:ili- speakers to address a (By Fluke McFluke.) deep mine, either, If any man is too con- - oration with the entente allies is rec- inflicted leceivcd a check from this good) The hungry bird crowd ui the streets. The outbreak friend to tho amount of $0.00 for wounds in the boy's flesh. Young scientious to fight, he ought to take pmmended by the diplomatic commls- -' occured when a citizen's cry of "Hur-ra- h bubscription. He said his attention jMeirbach fought the buzzard with his his conscience out and look at it, forlsion of the Chamber of Deputies, to for Wilson" was answered by was called to the fact of his being 'free hand. He had been tormented to It is certainly sick." It must be awfully hard on a which was referred the message of "Kaiser Wilson" from one of the. a Kentucky Soldier from a desert, pacifists. Troops stationed at a rein arrears by said article. Now, if a frenzy and was about exhausted President Braz regarding the torpedo- Ite Man's Man. four or five hundred others would when the bird gave up the fight, Tho first duty of a man, the Col- Ing of the Brazilian steamship TIJuca. Ito'bo.in tho midst of plenty and not cruiting office nearby resented the reAt nightfall a searching party onel added, is to bo "a man's man, only see it as this good .friend did The commission decided to submit bu able to purchase u drap. mark and 'the riot resulted. Several found the boy and rescued him. He not just a sexless creature who wants to Congrebs a bill authorizing the and follow in his footsteps. persons wero more or less seriously ' had nearly lost consciousness froniJ somebody to fight for him." S. Barnefand Ad Howard went to hurt. President to utilize German ships in Police wero called aud sevAgain we remind our readers that lis experience and loss of blood. He urged those present, as a pat- Brazilian ports, to provide for de- Rockport Sunday and got stuck, S. eral arrests were made. June 5th, is tho date set apart for to said his doggon automobllo would'ent riotic duty to subscribo for Liberty fense of Brazilian navigation, reach an understanding with the run through the mud, this way at all. THE LAST OF THE the registration of each and every SCCCKSSOK TO COUNT Loan bonds. TIS'A IS A LIRKRAI, male inhabitant in the entire country. "The bonds will be safe unless allied nations in regard to measures OLD GIAXTS GOXi: About tho saddest picture wo are It makes no ditference as to your Uncle Sam smashes up," said tho which will assure freedom of foreign Zurich, Switzerland, via London, former President, "and if the United commerce, and to revoke the decrees able to conjure up in our befoggled color, condition or what not. provided What Is thought to have been the per States smashes up we will all bo of neutrality during tho war as soon brain. Is that of Capt. Al Barnett, largest, merchantable oak true, left you are between the ages of 21 and May 29. (British Admiralty L stationed nt Lexington, forty mile standing in this part of the country, 31. Under the law incarceration in j Wireless Press.) An oilicial smashed up, and it won't make any as advisable. awaits tho.se who Intentionally gram from Rudapest says that It is probable that tho bill passed from a fishing stream, witli his fav- was telled n few days ago and deliverdlfferenco whether tho bonds will be themselves from the place of peror Charles has appointed Count good or bad." by tho chamber on first reading yes orite rod aud reel by Ids side. ed at the local L. & X. It. R. Yard registration. There Is no excuse: Julius Andrassy Premier of Hun-whlhere, yesterday, by tho cruw of J. V. "Tho people," he declared, "can terday for revocation of the neutrality Yes, sadder still. Is a picture of the Stimson ,fc Co.. of Owensborn. will have you t the matter is gary. prevent Wall Street from financing decree in mo war netween uermany The pressed, so don't delay, but attend to There has been a vacancy In tho tho Government," If they themselves and tho United States will bo amend- old Captain, as he slips in thru tho tree measured f.O Inches In diameter, glass-fronHungarian Premiership since May 23 will finance tho Government. it ami have it oter. ed so as to provide also for cancella- hide door, ot a stained at the stump, the first two logs meas-thrlqueiiclng Emporium, with a urlng more thnii 2000 feet, log meus-Jitne- y i when Count Stephen Tisza, Austria- "Every man and every woman who tion of the decrees of neutrality in firmly pressed twixt his thumb ore.' This detached and Inst of Some of the good old fashioned Hunary s "Iron man," and leader of complains becauso Wall Street fin the war between the central empires l Index linger and as he places that old Patriarchs of tho forosts party in the mon- - ances the Government," he continued, and tho European allies. Doniociatit; spellbinders, who iibed to tho of these-Xo- . or bis upon the foot rest In pans, grow upon tho l.cep their throats skinned trom the .nirhy, resigned his post. Differences and then does not do his or her lands now own-froof the booth, on! to be told by ed by root of their tongue down to the with tho throne over franchiso . Stevens, tho tract which to finance the Government ha3 AKRO CLl'IJ OK AMERICA share HOPES TO BEAT GERMAXV the wlilto'aproned Tender, th.it being lonnerly belonged to his father, V. D. button on their shirt front, form measures were assigned as a no right to snarl at Wall Streit for a soldier 'In soldier's garb ho could D. Slovens, about two miles north of lambasting the Robber Ilarrou, Re- - reason for the resignation. Count doing more aud being more patriotic publican Tariff, &c. would turn over Tlsza'n views wero understood to bo than you yourselves have been. Xcw York, May 27. Tho conclus- not serve him for love or money. Yen town. in their graves if they could bo per- -' narrower in scope than those which uu "I want to say to you men of ion that the United States must t'is a sad photo I see as the Cain. milted to look down upon the mod-- j tho niouach favored. wealth" concluded tho Colonel, "that "strike Germany through tho air" casts a longing ejo upon the foaming OW'E.NSBORo SOCIETY Count Andrassy, a former Premier, this Is a bad summer to hire inun to has been reached by tho government's awn limn ireo Hindi that waseu't irn Democrat at Washington and see GIRL IS WAR HRIDi: him sowing money to tho four winds .and long one of tho most prominent, do sorao useless thing, so don't lilro Aircraft-- Production Board and tho mado for a soldier. of the earth, gathered from every j leaders of tho opposition to Count j men to move trees around or to build.! Aero Club of America, as n result of Owensboro, Ky., May 25. Ml?s Uncle .Sain Is fixing to spend about llelCll Yicli. Iirottv .... conceivable, source under tho high t J ibzsi s Ministry, is regurded as a brick walls that look us If they wero a meeting attended by officials of the lu 1 innlnln v, ,. ' .. .. ... v "Heaven. Why? It almost equals Liberal of tho advanced type. With meant for an asylum." two organizations in Washington, It tir. iinii nr.n .....i m.uK ., m,rvey oi me , uwenshoro's first ' war bride Her c was announced yesterday by Allan twnl situation, if he would eoniu parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S Vlck the raise to two dollars per week giv- - Count Apponyl and other opposition here and make a deal with ceived word on to poor Charllo Smllh lor feeding j leaders, ho participated In an agreo- - ILLICIT SALK OK VODKA R. Hawley, president of tho club. yesterday that then-Joh- n IS SPRK.ADIXG IV RUSSIA Wilson. John Woods. Silas d:.iii.ln,.r ,.,. .. ... ..... tho paupors of Ohio county, to Fay .ment early In tho war not to antago-nothlEntente nnd American military ill umcilBium ...,. J...., im, k of tho adding machine or tho Izo tho government's foreign .nu ..utu ouiunu ..." SlnvmiM;, .'l..m Unvl.. ...! " " .uay n to Stanley Broks Furbank. auiuuimi-Dor whom wo personally Immediately Petrograd, May 30 (via London - suujeci, nawioy sum, aro agreed ","-typewriter for the Comity! cies, but last August tho truco was Mowing tho marriage broken und tho opposition has slnco The increaso In tho Illicit tale oi vod- "that tho addition of 10,000 aviators recommend, the old Gent could bo ceremony Mr. Clerk's office. Furbank loft for New been an active forco In Hungarian ka and tho general wave i In'oxku-tlo- n today to the Allies' present aerial bu probcrly looked aft or, es- - Mongolia which threatens to biirnad forces would insuro blinding German would The Lower House of Congress on politics wJtli differences regarding and sailed for Franco with throughout tho country, provoUlni,' batteries aud prevent German avia- peclally tho meets. the 28th, passed the Administration "domestic policies accentuated the Anuy Medical corps. His brldo ' " endangering tho Inter- - tors from conducting operations near measure, known as tho "Food Supply disorders and ..... Wll Inln 1.1... I., i.i. nal peace of tho country, Is the sub the allies' llnes.V IJIH," carrying with it an approprla-- ! Amst Without Alternative of-Htlrring appeal to citizens War department rule 50, Just Having reached this understanding tion of .$1,770,000, for tho purpose of making a survey of tho food. Thoro j tiled, brier, and to tho point, la self Issued by tho Executive Committee, which, it was stated, involves air V of the Council of Workmen's und Sol- - raids on a largo scale against Ger- siding while enroute, In order to let has been hundreds of thousands of .eexplaniitory, an follows: CAUTION All mans yesterday, tho Aero Club an- themselves pass on tho way back XEGRO PREACHER ARRESTED dollars spent by this Administration J "M: mules diers' Delegates. und nothing touched has failed to twonty-on- o to thirty, both inclusive. I "Wo notice an Increaso of drunk- - nounced It would make efforts to get home. ON COXSPIRAOY CHARGE hteadlly advance In prlco, that Is, if nro subject to registration 'there emie In Petrograd and other purlH and train thousands of aviators aud Charlie King of the office force und it did not advance by leaps and nro, therefore, no exceptions to rcg- - or Russia," reads tho upcpal. "It Is planned to effect tho manufacture of Rowling Green, Ky., May 30. bounds. 17,000 thousand employes. Istratlon. H: you aro a male between noticeable In the streets, railways, I ton of thousands of airplanes of his wife were given a shower recent Probably tho nr8l rre8l u Ko. It Is announced, will be started out tho designated ages and aro not in factories and barracks, 'odka read- different types fo training, bomb ly, when they went to housekeeping, titcky on an alleged conspiracy of big deal soap found charge to prevent at onco. About 1C.90S of these fel- - the military or naval service of thei'ly Is found In the vlllngco of the In- - dropping, artillery spotting, sighting a,i0,lt 7 their way Into the collection. Charlie Islering at tl V, lows holding tho now Jobs are more United States, you aro subject to 'torlur ub well as at tho front. An uud submarine destroying Vegls ' says ho can't understand ?" ?-.- . r than certain to bo Democrats and no registration on tho day fixed by tho rwxuiuliiutloii shows that many do-why so Hon Juno r. . ? Putting On The Screws. durued good whatever will have been ac- - President and if you fail to present plorablo events In the last few weeks much soap, or Just how Ruv. J. n. MB(i ,, every body thought of soap "I nover knew such a complaining compllshcd when tho $H,770,000 la yourself, or, presenting yourself, you were duo to drunkenness, pastor of tho African Methodist "Foromorly tho Emperor encourag- - lot of customers," growled tho baker. a thing of tho past, not because this glvo false, misleading or incorrect Episcopal church at Woodburn. this "Samo here," answered the butcher Riot In Toledo. horde of employes are Democrats.but nnswors, yon aro a tnUdoiueiiuut and l'(1 drunkenness since "it helped to Blip- county, was placed in Jail to uwalt Toledo, 0 Muy ao.-- Two because In our Judgment, thero is subject to Imprisonment in Jail, to lort ""-- ' Imperial throne. Now tho "They seem to tako advantage of the thou- - action ot the federal nothing to the matter, at least, for which nunlshinent there Is no alter- -' Wuck Hundred Is trying to Intoxlca-'fat""t wo can got along without sand persons, Including pillltlan.cn, The warrant charge grand . i.oko that he 'pacifists, police and citizens, were disrespectfully which the overburdened taxpayer 'native of fine. ,lo lh country becauso It wants to 'em In our bush of sow me, Hartford Republican. cm get value received for spent in this manner. money J i straw Hats! The approaching of the summer season makes straw hats an imperative necessity. Every class of straw hat is here for men, boys and children. j rjnt. ir 1 fuma: I Every Price, From I5c Up to $5.00 Each You can plainly see there .hi"s ' i ' ..-.- i,, ,i-- j wondering where 3;ou can find a straw hat that will match the size of your purse and meet with your approval as to appearance. This store has made ev ery provision to supply your needs satisfactorily. is no use in worrying and ' Panamas, Leghorns, Italian Straws in all the wanted shapes. We want to show you our straw hats. E P. Barnes & Bro. Beaver Dam, Ky, J ,. ; ! tele-JAI- Era-abse- nt ch rrrr I t, st j j tbo-ani- J nt ' j ,.., ?' ..1-- - t-- re-do- ni poll-bod- .,.. , ' .. iu ;.".." I " a et ! - 1' X ot .v I IN DEMAND! Mr. Henry M. Plrtlcof nonr town, 1ms added three fine thoroughbred Ilerkshlrcs (o his herd of that breed. lit YOUR OWN 1 ; Tho past week lias made :i big inroad in The hogs were Imported from Pctqrs-burVn at consldrablc cost. Sir. J. D. Duke and Mrn. nuke attended tho commencement cxcrclsca of Logan College this week, their daughter Miss Mntiyd' graduated from that Institution this term. of Point Miss Wlllyo Umfioy Pleasant, and Miss Hula King of this .'place, who have been nttcndlni: (Icorgutown College, during tho past year will arrive homo tomorrow. Mrs. I. S. Mason and Prof. E. S. Howard of Hatrford, were In Frankfort last week end to take the ex- 'anilnatloii required for County Sup erintendents of Common Schuols. Mr. 1. T. Parks, of Bcda, mention of whoso Illness appearod In theso columns some time ago, Is much improved, so much that he is able to ho up, and go about to some ex- g, REGISTRATION BOARD YOU KNOW WUKKK YOU STAND WITHOUT It KINO twmmm ,!N.'r DRESS GOODS WHITE AND COLORED WASH GOODS The Season's Favorites at' Popular Prices Sport Suiting, white 25c to 50c. TOM). our Wash Goods departmcnt, but fortu d nately we are well to tnke oare of your wants. We have them. pie-p.tre- tent. Mrs. S."",T. Hunter Is spending a few days with friends and relatives r.t Kronos, after which she will visit her daughter and son, Mr. and Mrs. Erk Fulkcrson, of the I'olnt Pleasant n community. It Is reported that u flue gas well lias been struck upon the farm of Alec Howard, about G miles east of Hartford. The gas was found at a depth of near 1,200 feet. The well was being sunk for oil. WantedTit once old iron 40 cents per 100 lbs., old Rags $1 per 100 lbs. and get your Fertilizer, Field Seed and Farm Implements from 1). L. D. SANDEFUR, Beaver Hani, Ky. 4St:t Mlas Janies" Leila "Glenn has been appointed Guardian of the Camp Fire Girls which has recently been organized In Hartford, composed of 10 young girls. They are preparing to hiko to the Mammoth Cave short ly. Mr. G. T. Wyatt, District Agent of KMentlon work in Western Ky., was with County Agent W. W. Browdcr rf Vi J1 -- "it.. TMoute rv. r nJ Stf Iking TUl Skirt rt.'inly Mull i tlent VOILES A" endless variety in plains and fancies, from I5e to 7fc per yard. LAWNS and ORGANDIES- - A complete stock and iust tho material that is best suited to hot weather. READY-TO-WEAHoys' Wash Suit?, at 75c to -- U.f.ll Ti,f,n Noi. 550V710I. two of Icr June the mny new R Ladies' Bungalow Aprons, 75c to fcl.GO. Children and Ladies' Wash Hats, 25c. Ladies' Wash Skirts, $1.00 to $1.00. Crepe do Chine Waists, ,'.00 to 2.00 to 5.00. Georgette Crcpo Waists, Coat Ladies Coats, $3.i8 to $12.50. $0.00. Suits, Slii.50 to $25.00. McCall Patterns in stock. Samples sent on request. Don't send your money away. Trade with your home merchant. ' 81.00. Children's Wash Dresses, 50c to $1 'J5. Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, ggJj .. ... Prlcts right. L., II. & ST. No. 113 duo No. 110 due No. 112 Lv. Ar. Irvlngton . G:3S p. m. Lv. Irvlngton . C:5G p. m. Ar. Louisville . 7:40 p. m. No. 111 Lv. Louisville . S:35 a. m. Ar. Irvlngton .10:06 a. m. Lv. Irvlngton .10:40 a. m. 1:04 p. m. Ar. Ellmltch M., II. & K. R. R. TIME TAIILK. South Bound, No. 11C Duo at Hartford... -- .. ..8:45 a m. North BouncNo. IK C:CC p m. Due at Hartford (Both "Mixed-Train- s.) ; : Stoves, Wlro Conk Stoves, Oil Cloth and Hardware at lowest figACTON HUOS. 4St3 ures, at IL'XK I Miss Bculah Moore has accepted a position with the Law Firm of Barnes h. It. K. TIME TABLE. & Smith as stenographer. at Ellmltch 8:32 p. m. MlssesT Mary Austin C.irhon and at Ellmltch :30 a. m. Mary Bean havu accepted positions Ellinltch .. 3:40 p. in. with tho llrm of Carson & Co. Rev. B. W. Napier, qualified as guardian of Ora May, Llda E. and Saruh Catherlno Millard, on May 26. Two hundred rolls cotton hatting at prices to knock the high cost of living silly, at Likens' Meat Market. Mr. Iks.ic Foster, who U temporarily ungnged In Central City Is spending a few dayo hero with his family. Tol'rt Articles special line. Hair Brain's, Clothes Brushes, Etc., ;4.Sti ' t J HBFSOliai 1Mb 1BWS ' f J OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. MUs Ma"ry K. Spalding o"f Chicago, 1s expected I" Hartford next week to ho the guest of MUs Clarice Hubert- - our method of testing eyes. J. B.,TAl'l'AN. Jeweler & Optician. 4611 M. T. Likens has plenty of ice for Mrs. Joo C. Bennett and Mrs. P. iale. II. Taylor visited friends nnd.relatlves Sou Ellis Hro, Poultrj ad on thU u nnd near Smullhous, Monday ami Tuesday of this week. page. . Only ouo marrlugo license, has been Owoiihlioro, Mr ) B Dodcon, ot I lm-within tho (i.iHt week, that ot here' yesterday. ,. ", was 7,f--Tto Leona Buford, . 1.. It. E. IIU3S0V. J. u. V1 sou in noHiiii' "" .Hoover. Bamotts' Creek. Hartford yesterday. -- . ..1.. Mr. joo u. uavis aim uu mu .o- Airs. M."j."Roan Is v Ultiiig friends iting rrlends ana relatives in iiari-fdrin SiiiallhmiH and vjelntlj. Mr. Davis Is a member of the Mrs. W. W. Rlloy has resigned her .Owcnsboro Firo Department. position with Carson v& Co. I Mrs. Mr'liTHunterr of Taylor High clasa'QuYcnswnri', at Minos, 1,8 expected to arrive hero toprices at Acton Brim. 18t3 day to be tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. vr ltnv'Tlchcnor. Beaver B:'i Charles King, during tlio coming was 'tho guest of Mrn. S 0. Kcowu wcelc. jostorday, 1 . . .. . hut TiTnV .. " . wclchlnir Registration cards ot tho absentees njout 1(J0 pounjB( crop off right ear aro beginning to arrive lor deposit nml tw0 Bplts, Liberal reward. To! lephono Ohio County Bottling Works, on Junu nth. IStf Miss Maurlue Martin Is visiting or J. W. Klnc. Muuwaring, of Mr trlends and relatives In Cromwell j Chicago, 111., Assistant Right ot Way and vicinity. s Spulal lino of Stutloliory Just In. Agent, with tho I. O. II. 11. and Y. & Ut. V. It. It. Companies wau hero on Prices right. OHIO COUNTY DIU'G CO. t business this eek. 4HH Next Sunday evening at 7 o'clock Furniture', Mattings and Rugs, at at at tho Christian Church, "Jesus Forprlees you can't est Children" a chlldrens day bervlco AlIUiN jiuwo. 4JJ13 iimi.' rwnii7iw have on hand an will bo given. Everybody Invited. nmpl'u supply of barrel Lime. Call on Uncle Sam will bo there. sir, liussoil I'iriio, wnu hub ucuii W E. ULLIH A: 1'liw. Kl Mich., for several luuntlm (leorgo A Duvlc and family In Dotrolt, Mr. week for arrived hero on last Sunday to pend left her tl u llrot of tho cotiplo of weeks with his parents, t Uttle Hock ' ' rk "' whero they will a J. It. and Mrs. Plrtle. Dr. reside. most, Iiy and Social EiiBiitsji son. sight i- tjuuranteed. I d '; .,.,,, TIlnok-H(iw."- d. before--tho-wn- r ,,,. (ii,riiv Started Regular Trips Between There has been a movement put on foot by some of the citizens ot this place to creato a fund to be used especially for the comfort of the members of Co. II while with tho WEDNESDAY, MAY 16. Army forces, the proposition is, that all who wish to do so, subscribe so Leaving Beaver Dam at 7:00 a. m. and 3:150 p. m. uiuch per month, to be paid so long Returning arriving at Beaver Dam at 10:30 a. m. as tho war shall last. Subscriptions may bo forwarded to or left with and 0:30 p. ra. either tho Republican or Herald, or preferably with E. G. Barrass, who has agreed to act as local treasurer. ! Tho funds will bo turned over to tho commanding officer of tho Co., INCOKPOKAKr.n J K cibes at Prentiss, Saturday afternoon and will be used for no other purpose Juno 9, at Prentiss. It has been the than adding the needed nnd ncccss- V cusioni to noiu mesctoxcrciscs, con- - ary conuori to 1110 mcmiiurs 01 uo. decorating ill, which can't bo had thru the slstlng of addresses, road on Tuesday, wcro brougut to whichwas an average of ?5 por ceut., etc., on the 30th ot May but 'ular army channels. Furdsvllle yesterday, whero tuneral juss Mary Laura Pendleton of A list of thobo subscribing to this on account of measles and other Illwero held at 10 o'clock a. m.f0ni mado the nest highest, an ave-atiness, they have been postponed un- fund will bo published onco each which burial took place. Mr. i age of 92 1 1. Tho examination week or at tho least each two weeks. Hedden is survived by his wife and just til Juno 9. held Is said to havo been rather , In this number we announce the three children. He was the son of dilllcult, which explains the large (ileal, lllx B.irpiins. candidacy of J. T. (Tom) Cox for the ! ordsvllle percentage of failures. Two dozon trlmed hats, on dis- Mr. Klazlar Hedden of Republican nomination for Justice ot and was born and reared near that tho Peace from tho Roslne Magister- play at Likens' Meat Shop. You will nlace. VII.I.A I'OHOKS ATTACKS you prlco the hats. (JAltKISO.V AT OJIXAtJA ial district. Mr. Cox is a good citi- buy when zen and business man and Is w.ell MEXICAN LIEUTENANT IN Have plenty of Ico on hand. Will Ice here In town, at tho flol- qualllicd or tho position which ho Presidio, Tex., May 30. A Villa ALLIES' HMY IS KILLED deliver 50c; seek)) at the hands of his party In oppo- foipo attacked Ojlnaga, uwlus prices: 100-lbLoudon, May 2S. So far as cuarged ut j,no hero early surprising tha that District. It nominated, Mr. Cux konwn, tho first Mexican to fall for i.'ic; lets than 50-lfiOc per 100. Whero yon do not Mexican Government soldiers in tlxr will undoubtedly win uud servo tho tho Allies was Lieut. Juan Aldana, r.'tt peoplo with dignity and JurUco to all. who purchase books, will chargo 00c per Mtrrlson there and causing them to mis killed In tho lighting east 7Ce ruto let-jeo to tho American side, leaving hundred; 30c In this Issue will bo found tho an- of Arras. He rose from the ranks. , Pleaso Iteej) tleliof. Pool.-- their arms in Mexico. All women and thou A. B. Riley for nouncement of Dr. man Poulti-tho Republican nomlnntlnu for Coroti-c- r tr ihango ready f'r icostrictly r.s u wolehildren ut Ojlnaga tied across tho WanUil Car IakhI a j line into Texas when tho attack start- to fell ico arc Ohio'" county. Riley is tho Dr. of Will lay tho folowlng cash prices lasts. This apfllcs 1u everyone, cd. present lioldor of that position ami Is delivered to poultry ear, Hartford, exceedingly well qualified for tho po- Ky., Saturday, Juno 2, 1917 from M11 trcnt all alike. Plcaso do not Kko orptlons shen our jntnj re- NO .MOUK ZEl'I'KLINS TO sition. The' Coroner should, In fact, 9 n. m. balance of the day. UK IIUILT IIV GKHMAXS Hens 18e, Cocks 9c. (Iww 7o fuses to leavo lee without money tr bo a physician, as examinations are ut !u plant, or Call nenrly always necessary In conducting Ducks 12e, Turkeyn 12c, (luinejs ar. tltiict Geneva, May 30. It is reported ticket an inquest and a physician Is, for that cents each. Springers 1 U lbs or bet- Milling 'p., and pureuai-nigh cot u from Kouiahshoru, on Lako Constreason, better qualllicd for that par- ter, hatched bluee thu lirst of Fob , toe Kb, uud. reduce tlio ance, that slnco tho death of Count ticular sort of work. The Doctor, so u.pic a pound. Zeppelin, who was always aupportod IOK OO, Will bo tho last car we will load 4t4 i:llis far, bus no opposition for tho nomiby the kaiser in his aerial plans, u . nation and his election is a foregone this season. So please tell every one number qf employes jn tho Zeppoltn TVMhers Kxamlmitlou. conclusion. j on see uud give them an opportunity for ' factory at Krledrtchshaven have been examinalton At the recent m to dispose of their surplus poultry, Brazil To Arm Ships. teachers In Common Schools of Ohio dismissed and ordered to Join tho Hggs market price. presented, army. County, 17 applicants Rio Janeiro, May 30. Foreign W. K. KU.IS & DUO., Tho frame work of a largo airship Minister Pccaiiha received a represthemselves of which number 10 made Hartford, Ky. entative of the Brazilian Lloyd llrnt chits certificates, 21 mado sec- - whclh would have been finished lu to ordinary Steamship Company yesterday for nml rl.kKS and 10 failed altogether. 'six weeks, according I''ruiik Ileddeu. purpose of considering nieusures Tho remains of Mr. Frank Hedden, Mb, Carrie K. Southard of Echols, work during tho winter, will not bo tho yinuiiB htdy IS years of ago has tho completed for sovcral months owing to safeguard llrazillnn shipping.. It who met death In tho wreck at Basic- of making tho highest erode, to lack of workmen, ships will bo armed. 'et Station, ou the U. II. & St. I,. Hull- - bon U reported that Tuesday and Wednesday of this week and visited thu Shultstown Farmers Club Tuesday night, and made tbem a splendid talk. Mr. BenTayIor Informs us that the meeting which had been scheduled to take place at the Christian Church, on June Glli., "under direction of .Mr. Charles T. Evans, has been canceled anil called off, owing to the inability of Mr. Evans to attend. Mr. Ernest Morris, the pioneer automobile driver of this place, has been engaged by the Owcnsboro Co., to operate one of tts Motor Buses between Owcnsboro and Beaver Dam. This Company is to be congratulated on securing the services of Mr. Morris. Mrs, Antha Peyton, of Denver, Colo., arrived hero yesterday to visit her mother, Mrs. A. C. Ellis of near town and also her brothers, Messrs. Steve, W. E. and B. II. Ellis of. this place. Mrs. Peyton has been In Styr-gl- s during the past two weeks tho guest of another of her brothers, Mr. Charles Ellis. Mr. C. IVedding, of Dundee, left Wednesday for Fort IlcnJ. Harrison, Iud., where ho has entered the Offi cers Training camp, preparetory to qualifying himself for the Olllccrs Reservo Corps. Mr. Wedding has been several years service with the Regulnr Army, both hero and In Cuba and tho Phllllpplncs. Tho peoplo of the Prentiss neigh- borhood will hold decoration exer- - every Almost without exception man who will be subject to call for service after registration day knows now that ho is liable. This country will have a certain number of men to furnish for service and this number will be a per cent of the State's quo- to tho country's la in proportion population. Roughly estimated it Is figured that Ohio County should give about four hundred men. These four hundred will be selected from this county even though It he necessary to take a large number who are now thinking that they will be exempt becautjo of their being engaged more or less in tho agricultural line. The wide publicity given to tho idea that the raising of food is equivalent to bearing arms In tho timo of war ha3 led tho peoplo of our county to forget their old enthusiasm. It is very true that work on the farm will materially aid us In winning tho war but this work should be left for those who for various other reasons cannot enjoy the privlllge of being present on the firing line. For a real red blooded American in good phy-sclcondition to desire this sort of warfare Is incoucicvahlc. Ohio county will be represented at the li out by a company of infantry which for some eleven years has been the best company In the State's best legiment. It Is made up of boys from the best families in the county and Is ollicered by men born and reared in tho county. Wherever Co. II, 3rd Ky. Inft., may bo Ufroughbut the war the people of Ohio county will never lose sight of it and It 13 hoped that this company may always be madu up entirely of men who know each other. i Recruiting oflices lor Co. II are now open at Hartford and enlistments are being made every day which will eventually fill It to full By special provisions strength. made at Uie discretion of the He cruiting Officer it is possible for men to be accepted for enllbtment and then allowed to return to their homes awaiting orders to move to the This provision mobllzatlou tamp. ob is made because of jections to remaining at Hartford Inactive until sent to Join the Com pany in camp. By thus enlisting the registration may bis avoided and liability In tho draft is removed. ' It Is not known Just how long tho offi ce at Hartford will be open but not! llcatlon will bo made. ul I withjripes and' figures, at Percales, fancy stripes in medium, light and dark grounds, also grays. They are 30 inches wide and priced from.l2ic to 20c per yard. Dress Ginghams in fancy plaids and plain colorings, also fancy stripes from 10c to 15c per yard. Pluin White Voile, 40 inches wide, at 25c to 40c 1 per yard. Colored Voiles, solid colors, stripes, from 25c to 35c. and with fancy Fancy White Ggods, suclr as Dimities in stripes and checks; Lawns in striped and crossbar effects, Voiles and Lace effects, from 10c to 50c per yard. ( White Organdie, a nice, sheer quality. '.This is the newest plain goods used, this season for dresses and waists, 25c to 75c. 1 Wash Silks, in solid colors and fancy stripes, at 25c per yard. Carson & Co. Hartford, Ky. A PATRIOTIC MOYE. ? ? ATTENTION The Owensboro Interurban Bus Line Fund To Bo Created Vor "Comfort o! llojs In Army. K ? Hi Owensboro and Beaver Dam 8 0WENSS0R0 INTERURBAN LINES i tfwwwvwvwvv WWW WVM ( .7-- reg-grav- Hart-sorvlc- es er I s. C0-lb- y. 00-lb- ? J ' i J J - -- J been In great demand for human con- - milk, thicken with the flour stirred sumption. Hut with other Rrnlns no to rIvo (ho soup a little mode "body" longer abundant, circumstances will boll up well ami servo. It is a r WffcTFI more general recognition of ninn custom to pour the soup over 2c P . the value of corn as human food. Tho pieces of browned bread before ""opnrtment 's "rglnR strongly the Ins. A mild cheene, grated, Is a good . field i In th o corn until the . Itulso More Chicken. 11 I. IKl.llH It., ui Mnaan in I. i I. I. iiiu uici, .ii. is iiuuuiim ain inn smiii, p.iri!cuini;jy 11 u iuci ura nT uncunM-m. ... wiin la The stntenipnl made nt tin1 recent weedy Only a little stlrliiK of the, la.a .,.,4 tttti ,. ...1. a llini. U fis iiiiiiiu ...111. wnicr. oiiiiBiiiuii: wucui cpclcultural conference at St. TvJtlls soil Is required to kill WOOtlrt llU- - ' Wp ,,I,V0 "'"' Ci 1,C lur ll 111 breads, n.,,1 JL' tt t tl.al the poultry products of tho 'mediately afu-- they rnrn.li.nln . ""- - ways. , "" " ffmon Roup. . United States could lio doubled w't - l.iore Ihey hnvo used much soli j4aaa rr 1 tablespoon htitter or pork fat. " i niirtit lit ni." "u, u"orl ,0 In r year means that If everyinJ li. moisture but to destroy weeds that avail ourselves of It tablespoon finely chopped onibn. be ILLOfAMERICAH a position to help did their i.rt nro well rooted, tho soil must stalk celery, finely chopped. ifiOO.000,000 worth of food wo.il.l re worked deeply and thoroughly. Such ' Xo Scetl To DlMrllitito Or Sell. 1 cup dried cowpeas. Salt. In a city nitre cood liotclt deep ultivatlon, specialists In tho added to our supply this year Vil .... cn.i.t fnr trti .11 ..11.... ..... .. ' Soak tho peas S or 10 hours In bound, the Powlulan htidi the 11(11 u. ..v. A hoth meat for tho ITi.IIa.I aMn. UnnnPlnnllt nt irrlittll. ,or sa, la nt ,ho uiotiiiiiiiiuii Int. This Includes Poil of the water enough to cover. Fry tho -- .v. u. ,po ini.nr nnf Il It first In the htttti of Iu talilc and orb. Very few fanners "'N0'1 S,atcs "'Pnrtmcnt of Agricul-- ; vegetables In tho fat. add tho peas. countrymen. .' not i,..'neeniiinll-hc- .l with-- : systematic plan of iUtio.i-in- g 1...1 it practicu a u . " "owever, ... u.c water in wnicn tncy were ""i"" of tfielr fowls after they have out breaking and destroying many j through Its committee on eed stocks, soaked, ami cook (preferably In a t8 tea'cd to ho productive, altlio'in ils receiving dally telegraphic and ' double boiler) until tho pens are or tho it Is well known that fowls , If corn land has been properly otcr , ,cn(h.r. ,.ut ,,, nilxturo 8 0 ava,al)0 BUpp,k, h ty;tv.fH Wl'Z-.- - aim iturfl heavier breeds, such as tho Plymouth prepare... uwp cum........ ,. uu. ..... f 8m,8 of ,,, for ,ate p,an , ,M H,cve am, ,,,, water cn l!ocks, cease to produce a pro.lU'jle Tisable. It should never be lono;nnd w, asslst , locsMns 8eC. stocks t ,0 lho ,IcsIrC(1 con8,stcncv. ,,chwu , number of crrs at tho end of their close to tho plants after they are a fp ,ocaltc8 wluro anortageg exist. If this soup Is thickened with 1 tabic- oum uo,Tho coninilUco ls second laylnc year, and tlia mU tool nign, as uiucii ..arm with spoon of Hour mlxr.l will, n imin I . ...,. Tlie Towliatan n tcflncil, e. holds true of tho lighter brecdfHdone by breaking ther outs I StlltO local. Iliul eollimnrrinl wntor. tli nrn nttlti will lm cluMvf, am! restful In eject lent location on Pcnn'jlfam such as the Leghorns, at tho end of To get an early start of the weeds, , effort (0 socurc beUor (MstriI)U. from sInk,n(T- - IJrJp, or ma ' 18th anl II blrccts. A.erut. their third laying year. Consequent- In many sections or In seasons when lon of SCC(, am, , cncourngo pInn, ',rnB, poaBf soy (tORo) ,)cans or malis It a ilriit.it !r lie'.d.ni.f itr. for limlal couj'Ie, lyjri't ly, if efforts were made to dispose of seed germinates slowly, It Is a- . ier lec.mn, mnv ,., ,,.... ..t i..ttitj. cunvrntiom, brliool. anJ ies of all Imnortnnt crona. all females when their best laying visuo.o ... ..u.ro uuw ... u. lolltgo. , information regarding shortages tho cowpeas. quanlty of otherwise to cultivate the field the Ponlalan attracts the d days were ovor, a larRC ,,.! BUrplUB stocka ghouI1 bo reoplc nt iiilturc ami c.t.icitiori. poultry meat would be placed on tho .ore cor., c.m.es u... li iiroMmity to Mate, War ami ...uu. AmwA to n A. Qakley Chairman Sweet clover Is belnc cultivate.! m Navv lJriurtmeiM, aim to many market. All poorly developed chick- n:akes thin Mauds necessary and It is mlHan nil Cnml CtnA.. Cif ioint liKturicat interest, uu .jtv.u oiuinj, II..U..I practically every State in the Union. Ull.li'll irtiVei tint lotel erpccillly atens should likewise be culled out and poor management to allow grass and States Department of Agriculture, At tho present time tho largest acre- tractive tt a. (Incriminating pub' way of used as mctt. This weeds to rob the corn of this niols n. ........... IJ I.. lic. age Is found In tho western North- ..Sll.....l.l, T rt The Powhatan offer, roorpj of unprofitable fowls would ture. Central States and in tho Mountain with detached bath at $1.50. allow the farmer to feed his grain to Aside from destroying weeds, time $2. CO and up JJocnj with prt. States. IlaUc More Hog. vate bath, J:.50. JJ 00 and up. younger and nioro productive fowls. ly ultivatlon ls beneficial In prevent.no branch of k farming ls Write for boo' It! with mip Caponlzlng the cockerels that are ing tho loss of moisture by evapora- mnro iirivliinttvn nf .o.l.h.i.... ... MASTKIt COM Al ISSSIf JV I'lf Kill' CLIFror.D - J.2VIS. pur- - tion and also In hastening the warm-- 1 ' for breeding not Intended , ... ,. an .. r:iiKiinr in, - n.i.iimii. ib Manae-m i iiii poses will not only Increase their slzo UR Gf the soill The loss of soil i ii( . Ohio Circuit Court. ., If "- " Jones, "' """ " Kxeeutrix. Simon but will place a more desirable moisture by evaporation continues rnrn. "nnrnnlliir-- in they cnnpUllctn nt minnnli.inn.n.....i -intn,i ffinnTT))Mi;Mm tii..i...ik. ..iimiu. Frn. poultry meat on the market. Another much longer from a compact, damp ". '" Industry. Unit- vIlurcait of Animal practice that should bo adopted more surface, than from a loose, dry sur- .... ... ii ' . "' It. D. Carter ntnt Mr t( n widely is that of fattening all chick- - fae aill, thu evaporation tends to ' " jBrcUre Dofenilan,B ' ens that are to be marketed before ke0p the soil cold. I virluro of a judgment and order nnl . of , northern localities and at high J'!""' "B " ,"Carl of tho Ohio Circuit Court, they leave the farm'. This can be "" f, ,h? "J0"1 ""P'ant ani - remicred at the May term. 1917 in done easily by confining the birds for altitudes the onservatlon of heat Is ,v "" ' l" "ui in ?oiu a week or 10 days and feeding them frequently as important as the con- ititiia iu i.usu uuiu iur jut'ai anu ior money. They require less labor, loss00 w,th ,ntcrP-s- l at 'e rate of G per a good fattening ration. They will servation of moisture Luckily, both equipment, and less capita,, make come to market then In better con- heat and moisture may be conserved greater gains per hundred pounds of cost of this action and cost of s.ilo. I dition and the farmer will receive a by good, timely cultivation. Heat concentrates fed, reproduco them- -' will offer for salo by public auction profit for their added weight. is wasted In evaporating or wasting j selves .faster and In greater tl10 Co,,r' Houso door In Hartford, mini- - at Making the surface ibors, Tho greater production of tur- soil moisture. and give a quicker "turnover" ?S17,0'BI?;, ,,h ,JU. ,1,,y ,)f Junp- keys, ducks, geese, and guineas, all loose and dry saves both soil heat of money than any other animal ex- - (credit of six and twelve months the of which can be profitably raised and and soil niolMurc. cept poultry. Farmers of the South following described property, Cultivating after heavy rains is a and West particularly a ready market found in most sec have awaken- - ' A tT!i( ot land In Ohio County, To be most effective e.l to the merits nt ). l.nr nnj n, Ki- '- n"d bounded as follows. tion!, would increase the supply of good practice. "oginnlng at throe hickories and poultry meat considerably. The pro-th- e cultivating should be done sl (1 f incrcasinc tileiP w.a,er hccch on ,hp 8"th bank of .,, ., ...... . ,. duction of ducks especially should be soon as the surface is dry enough to . :l GUAKA.VTEED HRItVICK pole3 to S; emphasized at this time, because of work well. If the soil ,1s allowed to ' Thn moat .V.r" i in I . .wo l.t.wi. t,,...... I siinnlv . innntrrj corner One hundred per cent Vift FinMI'i' !, imti, .Mt- - 'Aw tinttl lil hAnl-.v, ap ciouu, mucn I can be Jncre.lse(, mv tut'uii; nun n ii ui k.uio in;j tjiv" U1T more quickly by tlio'cast S3 PIes H1: Hnks to stone in value. Special work for W. Ducks of most of the meat breeds, moisture will be lost a good mulch .. land of tho farm; thence south C , .. , b ' O. W. K- - c" P'p properly fed and managed, frequent- - can not be obtained 1. and harm is S 'Ce1 ( augment its supply thence east -4 "tone in end of land; W. F. STEVENS. poles and lOVb links one to the corn l3 sreat. but prevailing high prices to an elm and two water beeches In R. F. D. 7. Hartford. Ky. .,...,., .ne .. r.-- .. . . weeks of age. it is estimated by roots As long as rapid evaporation !. ul 'ck urancu; iiience down ' suuicient inducement Representing Continental poultrymen making a speciality of is taking place, the surface will re- - j uiui.e Miouiu naii! branch as It meanders to the t0 farinerB to raIse more , T, Marble & Granite Co. growing ducks that the feed cost per main cold and the growth of the V lower corner of tho f ngnt- - tract. tilcncu willl ,,isWeaver Barnes , pound of producing duck meat ranges corn will be slow In order to cover 1no N ,;o w ,., i t T,, C from 8 cents to VI cents, depending large areas quickly, cultivators which ,arkpts ,.":" I .,!!.n poles,w" 1G0 demand for . hickories; thence ,.., wnrir .wn , mnn rn to . .. .- -' nrinn. of,. M, iinon th rni-rn" b'capork Is in excess of tho supply. 'a nicKorynn.is.weet gum on tho bank .llrtt-- l fitn1r n.l...nn.. .au,-Uia- b0 " " United States Department of Agricul- - of Muddy creek; thciico with Muddv THE creek to the beginning, containing The number of marketable eggs J The number of cultivators necess-- 1 ture. SEWING about 179 acres. Ilolng samo laud, can be increased by following a few ary and the best time for them de- -' The hog has no rival as a part of which was Inherited by ilrst MA CHUNK suggestions. Among the ,,end upon weather and soil condi-'sumof and numerous parties herein from parents and OF m most Important of these are the pro- - tions Weeds should not be allowed ' unmarketable part QUALITY. materials which but other April ncqulrcd by deed bearing G. 190S. date duction of the infertile egg after the to grow, aDd a mellow surface should for him might bo from Richard wasted. Kitchen Ross and wife, deed of season ls over, and the be maintained In some seasons this fuse, not only from farms but also record in deed as shown byST.. book No. naso proper handling of eggs by the farm- - may be effectually accomplished with from hotels ami reSn..r-,n- . NOT hm 307, Ohio County .Court Clerk's er beforo sending them to market. one or two cultivations In other seas-- ; cooked before; being an'0"100-ThSOLD used makes Infertile egg is obtained when all ons from four to six cultivations may ' excellent The purchaser will bo required to U N D E R I feed execute bond with ANY ,eb neCeSSar'' Th0 valuo f sk" rai,k as a "S immediately after approved security ' Sock sale, and a lien OTHER This decrease the N.oth,ng can be Ralne1 by contlnlI. feed is known on every farm, though win bo retained as additional securitv NAME. number of eggs produced, but it docs lng cu,tivatIon freojnot always fully appreciated. This lGth day of .May. 1917. In cornfields In increase their keeping qualities. The OTTO C MARTIN. the neighborhood of many law 4Gt3 from weeds and ,n wlch tho B0 WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. production of the Infertile egg and Master Commissioner. is a very surfaco is mellow. When the surface dairies pork production H. P. Taylor, Attorney. ... If yon purchaso tho NKV HOMK you will auu....B ana marKeuug js sumciently loose and dry to reduce Pr"n"'ent and lucrative supplement h.vo a llfo rwsct n t tho price you pay, und will of eggs by tho producer would in dairy Industry, evaporation, Is open enough to pre- - j t0 not have an cmiIIcm chain of repairs. crease tremendously tho number of T prevent tuberculosis, all milk jr-s- z vent run-ofand no weeds are start- marketable eggs each year by dimin- lng, a cultivation could do no good an(1 m,lk products should be cooked Quality ishing tho ."inanity that are rendered and If carelessly performed would heforo being fed to hogs. To control unlit for food. 0" I LHtC 1 j5 Consklcrcj do Injury to tho corn ''B cholera, use sanitary precau- I it is llie 7T.' t." ! tlons .An Increased production of dyks' j aml Corn should bo cultivated only hcrum eggs is advisablo whero available when ono or more objects will be treatment, Cheapest G,vo 'our "G every chance to be- markets nro found. accomplished by tbo cultivation and in die end ' Tho poultry house bIioiiIi) be clean when tho total eftects will be more como nieat. I nnd sanitary and tbo fowls fre.i from ior.flpni ttmn inti.rin.ia 'rim lioi.n. to buy. Tho hog Is also a lareo factor in insect pests, thereby preventing tils-- ; flciul effects of cultivation are; ChtaienliiK tho production of beef, j If you want n sewing machine, wrlto for -. ease and mortality. nv o It Is estimated l.t s ourlatit.lfat!iIi)Kiiubt'riroyou purvliaKu. (J) rriventinc weeds from rob- - Ir8s "re plftccd In tho cattle feed that nearly ?9,000.000 worth of blmr tho com of soil molsturo and ,0, to utilizo tho corn and other! Th3 New Horns SewLns Maciiine Co.. Orange, Mass. poultry is loht each yoar through fertility. lucds tho cattlo hao failed to direst Special attention, diMaso alono. c') putting the surface In uondl- - and which otherwise would be ast bhould bo given to thu feeding and tion to tako in Winfall. thus pre ed. Hogs following Meors In manv ' lunihiiiK of laying fowls lit seasons of venting run-of- f A safe, oM fashioned and roslon, which cascsJ llavo increased tho profit per j inn yoar wnun tneir natural source mean looses of svuter and soil fcrtl- - Hlccr " lrom l0 5y- - ""Bs should remedy for worms. of tood supply is cut off. lnot ,,Q l'owetl to follow dairy cattle llty. Ssvcnty-liv- e yriri conlinu-oAlthough tho hatching beason tho cattlo aro tuberculin (3) Warming tho soil by drying us ii th' it Iritimontal ' tr- should bo considered at an in surface quickly. tmmk l ii FREY'S VERMIFUGE cm & t. end by May 1, It may bo feablblo in offer juu. Demand Is Keen. (j) Saving moisture by checking' Kt btn'e tv.rien hand. Il lr,lst'ai'. ch uA cholera, bus been Mini sections ,of tho northern ami Its capillary rise to tho boll furfaco. ! will Mm k'rp tr c ttt! one. hppr north weatorn parts of this country tivi btiKtir. injurious effects of cultiva- - MI".' a smaller toll tho past season Some 25c. U.tle l youl drus.ut'l ve ti continue hatching until tho 1st of 'tion are: thun In recent years; more pure-breIfnrftl .!; t (your JeAf t.n't iply jw. kiuJ ti, nam-- QJr2c. June, (hicks hatched at that time. hogs aro available 1a4. mi iirraiiiim. iim mn. mniu whwi anil high-grad- o Ul Utf pt a&J x'll rnj ) Oil lla plvmf tlr- with proper feed management, will otherwise would uso somo of tho .l"ou ever beforo; prices of hogs aro f i equally begin laying In Jamiurny ' E. & S. FREY, level; demand' moisture of light showers beforo nlllow BALTIMOKt. HD. of tho following year. Tho maturity evaporates; and for pork for homo consumption and of fowls hatched lato enn bo greatly for export is keen. All of which (!') Forming largo clods und air tn ttirrftj IFyati Tftnt ni.iit Lruw .on if tho mother hens nro -- w d spaces, thus permitting air to enter means that tho fnrnier who docs not uliat ItLc.v In liiPiurn rind fndak- ral30 hogs ls losing n chanco to until tho chickb aro weaned. und dry tho soil. tn. In itrntion unit Arirnr. (let otitottQcriticcton tlic Urlcx line. IU.J In this way feed that is furnished the supply of pork and thus the thicks produces growth, instead ' serve tho country at the samo time K:it Mote Com. of energy to follow tho mother. Extra Ordinarily the ouanltv of corn uro- - expand a profltablo phaso of funning. precautions should bo taken In tho duccd in tho United United Slates Department of States is from Used Years utu spring and early htimmnr to keep three to four times tho quanlty of tVlomntttnt'rr.tlneamlQiefiil tnnnilnf. nd Uieticccit.noiiey'j turtli. Eitry uioutlt 'in. wning inriih tree from llco and wheat but only a very small portion 300 Article 300 Picture I dlhwiso, both of which rauso thou- - j of tho crop from G to 10 per cent Onion .Soup. all for onlrUccnti. All the tiivr Idea ind k.uuIh to dlo every year. More general has been used for human 2 largo onions or 4 medium ones. I Inirntlon. la electricity unci wirelru, In food This autnruobilri and ai'iciilnnri, la tlmptrork unci us of tho incubator and brooder will j 3 level tablespoonfuls fat, butter, amount may bo estimated In normal in fanulne, and iu nuclilnery. e uicr.-.ii,considerably the output of times nt ubout 200.000.000 bushels or n mixture of tho two. How to nuk ttilnt. at home, to ptf a try chliU-in-- . month, lucluilinK telrlf eiutnrf, poultry boUKt, 3 ,),llts ,JolII,1 and consequently tho num-'- a water. or water vear. Not over 5 per cent has' lurnltute, auiomouue tuop rrpairi, tic. her of layers tho following year. Llrns. a'111"1 sk,m ,n,,k (,m,r antl llaIf). It la full of nionev.rnftklncr. been exported In peaco times, It If written In plain Knhan for un aod boy. The l'iilte.1 mi..h Department of relatively slight Increas In tho corn tcaspoonfuls salt. IS Cent a Copy $1.50 U Year Agriculture und the huveral State 'acreage, therefore, will placo many. '' lovo1 teaspoonful pepper, Oct It from a newidealtr or vrrlte'dlrect to agricultural colli ges will bo glad to ' millions of bushels moro of human j 2 'nWespoonfuls flour for tlilclt-fiipp1'opular Science fclonttity, I)) fourth A .. N. Y. The Woman's Tonic helpful lnlorniutlon to any food at tho disposal of tho world " '"'' lf desired, rnrP ! (t a ctpr fnt U iJ Ic. iUbi I IvCiC. In H'i "il aalia Uil ftfl. ' ono lntoret.ted in raising jioultry without Interfering in any way MeIt tho fat aml whcn 1,(,t Pt In with m u larKO or miiiiII lollH. w"!d' havo boon cut up thu feed needed for tho support of tll Sold Everywhere cook slowly until tho onions j line; Uvc s(ocki full on Tlie It'iiiiMkiiu for I'lne I owii ltit not at all burned. niltiwile rom Em ,. In tho past, with an nbundanco of "ro l Job l'l luting. (.ultivation bhuuld not be delavcd Brain of other kinds, corn has not' AUd tho bo,,,,"' w"tcr or water and Farm Department r -- coin-comp- el BAttfHATAW; ' .till a a I rvmimmi Pt $vzmmm W: ""' '- Profossionaa OttocTMartiiT Attorney at Law HAIUTOKU, 1CV. practice his In lhl and adjoining coutitlen. ConuiuvrcUU ud Criminal I'mctlc a SjwiiUty. Will irof-slon W " '.' .. 1 i ' 1 ,.. ftETAYLoTcI j ; Beaver Dam, Ky. Highway and Drainage Design. .,",.,, , j . TMilr i .,..... l.t ...,,..ot. DR. 0. E. HART V&TRKINARY SUKGliON ltlCAVi:il DAM, KY. OfHre Jiutie.s be-an- Tulor's I.lvcry Kuril. ' . ., 1 I .... -- I Am BOO-BO- mi -- . live-stoc- ' . TRADC-MARK- S Nil CVUIlUIra, vr.KI Imi. ... ,, ,,..., '""""" xi- j nl HM.tl. iJioto.r alrb-- - for TRKC rjirt on ituiMiiijr. 13 yrara(rartlr gun. PASSINO REfCrCNCCa. for frr. OoU. I1.JUH on IVuUull PATENT THAT PAY. "t.nlintlinu tlwruUiUi, at our rtvfiM, anui)l, yuu lu turTaa. lTrntat,' I'atrlta wntvtu rt.tli,fl I I I 'the "" - "-"- - r.,v, " ""i 1 i'i.i. 3ovonth Stroot, TMan.nu un, a. c. S " vzsjz: WILL YOU ISemToll'pli'ltm I GERMINAL V, REMEDY A TAKE OUR Tnilneni i t: ' ,,,, nWmw OHIO MEDICAL GO. liBiiiiii VA i"TC for WEAK LUNGS or I I e ',.. ...... '', ,? CONSUMPTION A iiuick relic I (or that lirnl, frellnc. couehi. paint In cheat, nlsht twriti. hrmnr. rtUKi'. weak tunrt or coniumplton. If It doca aatbtlp you il coala you nothing. T LI11I-LJ- I FOR ONE MONTH Lock COLUMB.IM '"-"- " ... not oto o ' .,,,,,, KSLLthe COUGH and WITH CURE the LUNCS er NEW Dr. King's A BUET '. ! New Discovery FRH Tllal OotUe FrreL AKD ALL THROAT AND LUNGTflOUBtES. rOUCH8 FOLOS rnirK M 1 XI 1 III. ' e ,nV?r HOME aTJAHANTEED satisfacxohyS OK fflONEY KEFUNDED. -- .,. f, ariinf ri'l.t.t'i.lam(rlpirTl.uta,n.trr.w.r"-- II trB4ltf bi.A, I rw a.lTln Uow u obtain t. wvU cui.ynfc-i.u- pROCuneDAnootrcNDco. s B,n-.-i- , si TIL Mothers I no, N A. L COUNTRICS. Jlushttt Jirett til W'atliirglon tatts monty dv.i cjun inrpairni. "its-it tirneA ' and lifrlnjement rracllet Eicluslrtly. 3orcnrno tu uaat I'.ll Btmt, naax Coll.J r'it fattnt CSca, WAStaiNQTON. D. C. j ' ' whim's LJ IT7 en(Mdreii oii'Me For the ww b-- ' "lss lost-prop- er Get on the Firing Line mmifmm :tewgg .Ji" A ?: J d I rst n IC-ce- l 1 ar con-lltu- n) ."Tr POPULiK MECHOTCS A1AGAZINE 300 ARTICLES-300 j PopmarScience fSsx!Smsrws& Monthly in.r,.ta.tc1s.0 You SlfiaTb'n IftJhfSffJHJSwlJ": -rr.. ;: iliuoa.JoMrflry.KM4 1WMM ILLUSTRATIONS 40 I CARDUi JI.80 FIR ssssa niutonua ."."."?"""''ivmuiniTin l'urnltura:eto? SINGLE COPIES "S IpnAYounR-Menn- nrI Women. i la tho Iu thnuaiinda ot iuiuiwiiirnauiiouitaonorl.1, Uurtoroltn l'orrvio Junta aro ronatuntly va llio utcri for thliiM new anJ lntonilni Vi i, - Can Understand It bi- - YEAR .a, r I'OPULAR MECHANICS 6 N..MUIUin AwautCNlci'"" Samplu cony will bo . on ......V ly ' ' s f POSITION Secured or Your Monoy Back 1 t i i j--; Wagons! Wagons! Wagons! Before you buy you should examine our hand made farm wagons. They run lighter, arc made of the very boat material and last lar longer than any machine made wagon you can buy no matter what price you pay. , t t t X t I t J ea't Wo also do all kinds of Ulaeksmithing and Uo-- pairing, especially Uie hard jobs the other fellow do. t X We also make a specially of Horseshoeing and earnestly solicit your patronage in this line. Uespect fully you if, X A. B. Row & Son : t i Thirty-fiv- o years experience in the shop. $ IIEKi: IS A fiOOIl PLACE TO STOP rtIK MTTM'. MONEV & Louisville Hotel, Louisville, Ky., Main St., bet. 6th 7th .4 The Only Motel In l,niils tile Operated on (lie American unci European Plan. AMKHICAN I'liAX (With Meals) Itmims without Itutli but ultli Hot und Cold Itimnlng Water. single, $2.00 per day; 2 prople. $2.00 ench 7fi Itooms blngle, 2. SO per day; 2 people, 2.2C ieh r.O Rooms HO Front Itooms. single, 3.00 per day; 2 people, 2.r.0 eaeh ItooniH with Private Kntli: single, 3.00 per day; 2 people, 2.7C each 00 Itooms single, S.fiO per day; 2 people, IJ.OO eneh GO Rooms KOHOPKAX I'liAX (Without Meals) IIooiiih without Until but with Mot nnil Cold Mnnnlng Water. single. $1.00 per day; 2 people, $0.75 each 75 Itooms single. 1.25 per day; 2 people, 1.00 raeb GO Iloonis 50 Front Rooms. single. 1.50 per day; 2 people, 1.25 eaeh Itooms with I'ritnte llutli: single, 1.50 per day; 2 people, 1.25 HCh 50 RoomH Blngle, 2.00 per day; 2 people, 1.60 each 60 Rooms THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Cor. Sixth and Main Sts. EuroMun Pi.in Only. Rooms Without Until, $1.00 and up; Rooms With Private Rath, $l.r0 iiiul up Re- -t Eating Place In Town. The Louisville Hotel and the Old Inn are located In the wholesale wall: to tho retail district nnd theaters. district and only a HOTEIj AX1 OM IXX COMPANY, Props. I.OCISVIIXE V Vanderbilt Training School for Boys 11 El ELKTON, KY. Will help paivnts. develop their nous into the best typo of citizens and Cliritstia-gentlemen, lta patronage is widely scattered and comet from the best homes in the South. Its capacity is limited, therefore, reservatioiiH .should be made early. IMace your ton in this select group of bo vs. Write n a m m m mm M n si OS S JI K MATHENEY & BSTTS "For catalogue and uiformatioii. Uo.n A S gj ISK J2zr$ ii 11 VA s I ma Mum a lh Cominadon '.of Reading like It llSv'"V'W?.i!f v' iiilmmwr WttFXt--jA'vFw Tk YonEh's fempamoa Tlia I jjmeMiTrrs companion nkBestT?4 3L BndIasueaef pm ttsmiff t ar ji-fra- I330E3 firuly wwklir of Aincrittt. JjOfal DviiJtHOi uuui'j in I'Jl. auJ IX) SWi W..rl v, 8 tV.JianJ Artlclrn Fiuuiy. a thiu-.in- i nml bnKKi.i4:i!a ijiiu. btiicuu ?aj;.J to: lt 'J. C2 mw ' file- J& Gm VBglkaiilS'PrRMrflfernWifm .IffD A IJI'33 ft?E1S rraysmrx, ..'cjou sxk. i fc mcrui MiniKii. i -i- inilly o ij it tac "iOirx mwiivt i.s ir.'ray out ,:.;s;.fg siiijt.ttui rrnu4AiC2iA it. U CSVE3 The ia.-je- 6.f VtUrmlit... mtwt mnt ISe. (SJtTS MiCnU Urt &.! f aU "J f u rtur"rTv Iw M.lo(tiT U: fiini ffjn.i. al pt THE YOUTH'S COMPANION for 52 trcka. ami t'ifl JJI7 Howe C'.tniT. (This Offsr U tu new V j'jiu'r Companion butiscntti citiy.) any c M AGAZIWi; eecy 'S 2MuCAI Urea Cat tern l- - lUih lor iiw.it'1 lor oiwIt)yt tr; kiiciw ui t ceuti attn over uxulinj;. THC YOUTI 13 COMPANION, St. P.ul U.. BOSTON, MAglACttECns mirr w 11 sisss , Ohio County, Ky., on Monday, June 4h, 1917 (It being regular County 1 Court day) about the FROM ARMY SERVICE o'clock, p. m at upon a credithour 6 of of and 12 months the following described t: property, Klrst tract Ileglunlng on tho batik IK 17. H. FXMiliOWB KNHIiA.ND'S of Pond llui Croek In n lin of Lot IMJIJ-- l YOU MAY NOT I1K No., 3, J. C. China's earner; thence with his tine up said creek as It ACCKPTKI). menuilcrt .V. 2"i E. 9 polos K. 10 poles N; C polos N. 70 K. 14 poles, N. 39 E. poles X. 23 E. 18 poles Washington, May 28. Here are (wncn reduced to a straight line this about N Av,s?s, tlio trades In which workers will be lino34runs 17 poles 10 K. C8 poles) full f life and action, filled with the t N. W. to n beech; thence Mill fire of fine inspiration and followed If N. r7 W. .14 poles to exempt from military service, a white oak and by 250 short siories of adventure, America follows the example; of Kng-Inn- small nbh; thence N. .10 W. 100 poles win mane lino; as It hits hoen doing In a great to a hickory In Morrison's thence with said line K. 200 poles to j part of Its war preparations: 2 while oaks, n chestMining and quarrying coal, oil nut, originally 2 beeches and only one called for, Hhale, copper, tin and wolfram, lead, beech now stands; thence S. 199 poles lire clay, gnnnlstcr, llmc.itone and to a stone corner to lot No. 3, thence j 142 poles to the beginning, con-- i making patent fuel,' Workers In following metals or (niiiing lti7.75 acres. Then, the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' Pace, Second tract Ileglnnlng at two ; components from ore treatment to black oaks near tho head of u drain Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles of production In standard forms: Aj - jr, E. B. Klrtley'a line; (hence W. Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best poles to a largu beech on (he utnluiim, vcopper, Iron, steel, lend, 12Ti minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone nickle, (In (smelling only), spelter, ' "an of (he old bed of l'ond Run tn me Home, i nereis no aee 'Creel: In Ilrown's lines (hence N. with ., no zinc and od.er metals and alloys for limit to enthusiasm for The Three Current Issues Free to a stone; war "M'Youth's Companion. thence; E. 143.88 polos to Klrtley's tf you do not know THE COMPANION Hullders of ships, barges, marine line; (liepcc S. with said line 10 poles let ui send you Three Current htuea FREE. Inclose this Coupon with your 52 Times a Year engines, aircraft, boilers, railway to a stone and small hickory; (hence request. w. 151.19 poies to u wnito o.ik; engines and cars, wagons, traction (hence S. not 12. (o (he beginning, 49 poles Those who subscribe now. sending $2 and Internal combustion engines, rn,niniiiL' ir or. for the 52 issues of THE COMPANION Alore goodeading than you will for 1915, will receive The Companion autos, farm and mining machinery. Tho purchaser will be required (o get in any of the monthly Home Calendar FREE. Klectrlcnl engineers and men In execute bond with upproved security magazines. Iron foundries, steel Kineltlnc and immeuiaieiy auer sale anu n nen win SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE ,,. rolling mills and other engineering bo retained as additional secHrity. t nrwtm r THE HARTFORD REPURLICAN AND YOUTH'S COMPANION, 'BOTB works and men making or repairing 4 Gt.1 ONE YEAR FOR ONLY $2.75. Master Commissioner. machinery for industry, wheelrlghts, Woodwards Kirk, Attorneys. wire rope makers and men drawing We Knock the Spots Out of Things and copper wire. MASTER COMMISSIOXEIfS SALE Men felling, hauling and treating Ohlo Circuit Court. crrohotml lumber, caw sharpening and petting, ninkers of wood wool, Hannah Jones, Executrix, Plaintiff, vs. clirmlcal ware, furnace lire brick, R. P. IStck, Defendant. Flfty-flv- o optical nid chemical glass, and other typewriters. LesUy vlrture of a judgment and glass except table ware. sons explained by Moving Picorder of sale of the Ohio Circuit French Dry Cleaned and Pressed fn Court, rendered at the May term, (loveruinont building work or Superior Manner. ture machine. Seven big De1917, in the above cause for the sum war work. partments Shorthand, Bookof $000.00, with Interest at the rate Send us your Garments and Have Textile workers on woolen and of 0 per cent, per annum from tho keeping, Telegraphy, Stenotypy, Them wovsled, hosiery, rope and binder 20th, day of November, 1915, until Music, Primary Normal. Extwiue, silk shalloon and noils, trans- paid nnd all costs herein, I will offer pert teachers. Modern equipCLEANED CLEAN mission belting, coaltar products:, for sale by public auction at the Court ment. Position assured. House door in Hartford, on Monday, Packages called for and delivered. dyestuCftf, explosives and propellants, Write for catalogue. j tho 4th, day of June, 1917, about 1 lubricants, oil seed crushing, boap, o'clock p. m., upon a credit of six and candles, fertilizer. twelve months the following describTHE ELITE PRESSING CLUB Daviess Co. Bus, College Workers in hide markets and boni ed property, One parcel or lot of ground east of A. Ivi Nnil, Prop. f.it factories, tanning and carrying of Mcllenry, Ky., and adjoining Incorporated the heavy leather, leather transmission Mclienry Coal Company, on (he east HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. OWKNSUORO, KY. belting, fellmongery. beginning at a stone, John II. GlovTransport workers at dock and er's southeast corner; thence north , ' wharf, river and canal barge lightcr-- 1 '9211 feet to a stone' 15 feet south of a large black oak in Mcllenry men, mercantile marine, railway, re- Company's tleld; thence east Coal V-VE160 Petro-Mcnt- a Relives Piles tail and wholesale coal trade, cartery, poles to a stone in the Taylor Coal I No matter how stubborn the lorrj men and draymen on heavy Company's Hue; .thence south 29t! feet to a stone; thence west 100 poles case may be Petro-Ment- a goods. will beginning, with tho reservation bring AH farpi ami market garden oc- to the jellet. A trial will convince as follows; two aures to G. M. iiald-wi- n you. cupations. For sale by Ohio County and one acre to Elizabeth Austin; Food trades in (lour, oatmeal and one acre to G. W. Iiriggs, 0110 acre to Drug Co. Price 2Gc. o machine creameries, John Addingtou; one aero to John rice milling, condensed milk and milk powder Glover one acre tor public burial Sfi ground, all reserved, balance factories, margarine factories, pre- - acres, mora or liis. mineral reserved poles to a sycamore, gum and Vieech, sug - .with rights to work s.une. See Deed J. Q. Morton's corner on a branch; paradou of edible oils aud fats, with his line and lip said ar refineries working under Govern - ' Hook 22, pago 90, or sufficient there- - thence with Its meanders to Tarl-ton- 's branch Fcclrlght all the time. Don't lay of! . ut to produco tho suai3 ot money nienl. bacon curing, corner), thence with his line to from work for days by taking calorae to .,)0 ,nad 1). Hedden's corner; thence with his when pleasant Liv- - Ver-L- x keeps yotf Workers in coke manufacture, rub - ; orJred Th purchaser will bo required to her trades, water proofing or fabrics xecuto i,ocd wlth approved security line to the beginning containing 45 on your feet, while rcltevingyour trouble. Safer too, and easy to take. Don't acres, be tho satno more or less. for wnr purposes, nnd paper. Immediately after sale. The purchaser will be required to take anything else. You can't afford ICtb. day of May, 1917 This Public utility service as police, execute bond with approved securi- it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses sya OTTO C. MARTIN. tern and relieves constipation. A natfiremen, salvage corps, electric gen ty immediately after sale. m. uiaaiur voujuiissiuiier. Given under my hand this the 1CIU ural remedy, natural in its actions, sure crating stations, tramway.!, omniII. P. Taylor, Attorney. in its effect and certain in rcsulto. It day of May, 1917. in connection buses aud char-a-bawill won't be long before Liv- - Yf-LOTTO C. MARTIN. with munition works, gasworks, i.MASJTKK COMMISSIONER'S SALE 4GtI completely displace calomel m everj Master Commissioner. home.! Children can take it irtwly an waterworks, asylums, hospitals and Uarnes & Smith, Attorneys. with perfect safety. Every f lottle ruar-anteegraediggors. Ohio Circuit Court. 60c and 1 in bottlen. Nona MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SAJ.E genuine without tho likenca3 and signaMunition troles not specified here David F. Heddetiet al.. Plaintiffs, ture; of L, K. Grigsby. For sale by While these general trades aro 1 .... ':,". r imuuwM Heirs 01 feiizuuciu iui- Ohio Circuit Court. exempt, somo subdivisions are not singer, ueieiuiants. J. H. WlL.UA.Mfl, - HUrtfonl K7- C. Wayne I.cach. Plaintiff, lly vlrture of a Judgment and order vs. Notice of sale, MASTER COMMISSIONERS SALE. of sale ot the Ohio Circuit Court, lieulnh C. Leach, et al., Defendants. rendered at its Miy term, 1917, in Dy vlrtuo of a judgment and orOhio Circuit Court. tho abovo styled action, for the pur- der of a sale of the Ohio Circuit pose of paying a Judgment against W. Court, rendered at its May term. Dr. J. H. Maxwell, et al., Plaintiff, (' Hedden in favor cf U. H. Hedden Iff 17. in the above styled action, for of Sale Etiphiimla Simons, et al Defendant for tho sum ot ?22.1G, with Interest thu purpoba of a and division Hy virturo of a judgment aud order at 6 per cent, per annum from Jan-o- t of tho proceeds and the payment ot halo of thu Ohio Circuit Court jary 1st, 1915, and tho further sunt thu cost of this uction and cost of in lavor of tain, I will offer for sale at public rendered tit Its may term 1917, in the jot ju.l.ai. Judgment abovo styled action, for tho purpoo Trlslor Hedden, and tlio stun of outcry to the highest and best bidder 0 with interest from January at tho Court ilotise door in Hartford, SteCAIX PATTERNS of ii tialo and division of tho coeds and for the purpose of paying 1st. ll15, judgment In favor of D. II. Ohio County. Ky., on Monday, Juno Celebrated lor itylc. perfect fit, slmplicitr rclaliililT nearly 40 yairo. ?IU in nrjrly tin cost ot mis action nun cot ot uousey in tno sum or $3. uu, anu tlio 4, 1917 (jt being regular County crjr citjrand tjwn In tli Unitol Giatri an H.ilo, I will offer for salo by public further stun ot $38. GO in favor of G. 'Court day) at about the hour of 1 . ..I ILI.. 1.1. n 1. t ..I ( It . auction to the highest ami lost bid-- 1 II Ileddcu, and for tho purpose ofjocloclt p. ui.. upon n creditor twelve f xnj r mai?. Send lor lr;- - uULiuuei der at tho Court House door in Hart-- j paying the cost of this action and months tho following described prop-for- WcCAT.LS MAGA21SC Iloie Sdnsirtlier, linn iay othot hnMj- Ohio County, Ky., on Monday, Uo-,- t of wale, I will offer for salo bylerty, t; ruiJlln j ou'.K'ii 4 iimntlk Invjltutilr. IiU Juuo i. 1017, tit lining regular public auction to the highest and of land lying and being Two tracts est l J Its. patterns, JrcumjUIn;, inlllmrrf, County Court day) at about tho hour bfst bidder at the Court House door, i in Ohio County, Ky., and bounded as plilu fcewin, (jncy nsedicuurk, tuirdicbsm, cte. ren's" t liaette, icl stone., ludir Only CO pattern, of unu o'clock p. ui., upon a credit of in Hartford, Ohio County, Ky., on j follows: a Irre eir (wiirlli dtmbk-J-. im atx mouths tho following described Monday, June 4. 1917, (it being reg-- . bubcrtbo toda", ip tend for sample crip. Tiuct No. 1 -- On the waters ot Hilar Couuty Court day) at about tho MuddyXIraols, beginning at a maple properly, OttUFJlFirX. I.nCEMENTS la Ai;cnU. iW.il hrins prruimm csu'.o,;A tract or land Mtuatod in Ohio hour of one o'clock, p. m., upon a fn It. L. Taylor'b lino; thonco with J and new cii!l prize oilers. Adilrti!. County, Ky., and bounded as follows: (credit of 6 and 1 montltH, tho tol- - a( iU0 g. 1,55 poles to a stone: co. vs t tu w. rtn st new reus Ileglnnlng nt wlilto oak on tho lowing described property, thuncii N. 72.5-- 8 poles to a stbno; inrt Mean tract ot land on Adams Fork of thenco W. 135 poles to a stone corner west side of thellartford aud Hardins-bur- g road, it being J. T. Miles' corn- Rough Creek lu Ohio County, Ky., to I, A. Sanderfur; thence S. 75.7-- S er; tlieneo with tho nninders ot (be and known as the, Irf.sac W. aud polej to, .the beginning, containing M. Hedden farm, and supposed :i!iimt CSV. iieren. holn? th s.imi road 112 poles to a Mack oak and n to bo 160 acres, mora or Its. See fluid conveyed by Acantaus A. Taylor wlilto .oak lu lieu Gentry's lino; tbeiico with Kihl Hue 220 poles to a Deed llook No, 1( paga 319, Ohio and Kia Taylor to A. H l.eacu by whito oak and iron wood; thenuo N. County Clerk's offlbo, and also deed i'eed of record dated March 7, 1902. 1G4 poles to Hourwnud; thenco a uora Jas. K. Hodden aud F. G. Taul, aun recorded iu Ohio County Clerk's to W. C. Hedden In book 16, page oftico lu deed liook lift, page 3 47. ' .straight lino 134 pole3 to tht) begin-tiitiupposnd to contain 100 acres, 2S0, excepting out of aaid land tho Succeed vieti evtoittag oiso failj. j Tract No. 2 Uesluulng at a more or less, and It being same laud following, boundary, sold and con-v- o stako in Miller's iui.; thence with lu nsrvoai and teuials by the deceased, W. O. Hedden, patto N. 85 K. 85 V poles to a bepfh, conveyed by Jas. H. Wbltllnglitll to vteataicsti! ihcy are tlio tiUpremc s remedy, a: Jrave leaufint J James V Grant by tleeU dated Jan- to S. T. Parton, oh September 10, Miller'rt comer; thenco S. 2 V. 125 ISfS. uary IT., 1876. poles to a black oak, corner ot It. I.. FOR SflDWilY, LIVER A.MD iI ilegliiuiug nt a chestnut, :m!i and Taylor; thence N. $0Vi W. 57 poles Tho purchaser will bo required to STOMACH THOUBLfi execute bond with approved securlly sum, Morton and corner; with It. U. Taylor's lino lo Sorrels' (be btf.t ever M Immediately after sale. .tlauce N. 75 poles to a stone; thence otrner; thenco N. 2!& H. 129 poles to j it is over n g uru,;ia u corner. This tlio 10th day or May. 1317. N 80 W. 7a poles to a stone," thenco the beginning, containing 40 ' ticres, um.mjn9 iwrt3taiVTiw3L-eTJur-ta N ii5 W, (J4 poles to a stone on a more or OTTO O. MARTIN, conles. lining sanio laud branch; thenco down said branch veyed by H P Taylor et ul to A. II, tGt:t Master Commissioner. with Its meanders S. 3C W. 54 poles It Wilson, Attorney. John by iked dated October 4, 1911, to mi ash and elm in the forka of a of reeord In tho Ohio County Clerk's Womasi MASTKR COMMISSIONKR'S S.VI.K. brunch, Morton's up olilco In deed book 40, page 023. lino; thenco said branch with its meanders MorThe purchaser will be required lu ton's lino S. about 54 10. 19!) M poles execute bond immediately after sale Ohio Circuit Court. to tho beginning containing CO acres and a Wen will bo retained as further Chilli), ot al., Plaintiffs, Altha by survey. vs. Notk'o of Sale. security rT?."TlJfi J tail f 'M Also the following bouiidury hold Dttlcte Kirtley 'Smith, ot al .Dofetid- (liven under my hand till tho ICth KltMMWigl 'I M ' and conveyed by tho deceased W. C. day of. May, 1917. unto. FOR PEliSONAL lli'tsiXI'tR lly virturo of a Judgment and order Hedden to Win. It. Poolu 011 April OTTO C. MARTIN. Oit&civcrJ In water dtscha utnit of salo of tlio Ohio Circuit Court, 17. 1901. Master ('iintiiibMiouer. 10t2 pelvic citarrii, Hcf rat; n ii:d irulxm-motioIlegliiuiug at ail elm and osir about rendered nt Its May term, 1917, in J M. Potter, Attorney. Rrciiraiaentltl b Lydia E, 12 font outh of the spring in I). Hel-den- 's tl7 above styled action, for tho purPiiikliMu Med. Co, lor year pose ot a Hale and division of tlio lino; thenco with his llnu N. X iiealins moacler iFor aaul catirrh, proci'lidH and for tho purpose of pay- at east 17 Vi pols, to a stone; thoneo thrortondtorooyus. I" '.wo.clMi. toro ing tho cofct of this action ami coat N. Ot W. S5 poles lo a stone In the iiss llfwvlijihiv 'ftuiLkj arl iir i vi...r MR FLETCHER'S of salo, 1 will offer for sale by public original Hue. O. M. Cooper's line; t TldlVtiiTa3,iCMiuii,rr!4l..KtvA W. 100 unction to tho highest ami best bidder thence with his lino S. to-wl- OCCUPATIONS EXEMPT at the Court IIouso dd'or In Hartford, 10 Great Senate d, J 'ffieYOUTH'S COMPAM r Better Than Ever in 1915 I - J I ) a in at Ladies' and Men's Garments d to-wl- t: USE LI R-L AX ? For Lazy Liver and the Troubles Constipation. I I ! p cs as I ,...'.. .;;.,... eo ' ' "' .t.-- I to-w- to-w- Re-bac- g, ', thon-jr.ijii.- .e Every Wuntu e n,- i'ii Ohiidren Cry C A&T OR1A tn oi J . depots. "There were many patrol encounWORLD'S DANKER Xnilrn ABnouncomcnts for conn- - (ho Republican nominal Ion for Jnfl- ters and occasional collisions between published In this column un or or Ohio county. Subject to tho Inrxer forces. The German columns ty offlcc Primary, ?s.n tu advance. Primary Klectlon, Saturday, August Mahcnge district , -which evacuated the 0- 4, 1.117. A in Fcoruary TO FROWN OX lOIUIKSX ISSUKfl nwl main parties, moveu rapimy in Porttiguoso Wo aro authorized to annntinfn in MAY ono to the FINANCIAL POLICY Tor Representative. border and the, other, commanded by We are authorized to announce Iho candidacy of J. V. Ill'VALL ror tho Itn tlllAXCJKI). tho Republican nomination for Jailer of MaJ. Wlntgons, breaking northward, candidacy of Ii. I. KMRHY Subjuct Ohio county. to tho Prl- for Republican nomination evading our columns ti'iul reaching of Ohio county. Subject mury Klectlod, Saturday, August A, On on their way to Tabora. 1SM7. May 30. To enable to tho Primary Klectlon, Saturday, Washington May G the latter was. pursued by llrlt-IsAugust 4, 1017. the United Slates to retain Its present We aro uuthorfVed to announce be Rhodcslun and other troops. MaJ. finance-- j supremacy In Internatlomil TIXSI.KY for tho Wo arc authorlred toa announce the candidacy or K. Wlntgrns was captured on the 32d In . ti'l Wl. Republican . .... ... ... with which war--- an aim oinliintlon tor Jailer ot tho ' can,., at or ... -', tho vicinity of Lukalanka. ten miles I county. Subject to the PrimaKntouto Powers are understood ' IHIllllUiHiII Will. Ohio county. Sub- - Ohio ry I2lctlon, August A, 11117. southwest of Tabora. Representative of to he In full accord- - and to emerge wf ll!( 8orti Tinsley, you have got to jocl , 4lt. primary Klocjlou Satur-uil- h "A llelglan column Is 1 "Mae.Mlllan, Comer, Small and In a strong financial condition wtUT-- tlilnlt quick mid right off the reel I' Wo are authorized to nnnouuco tho the llrltlsh baso on the Central day, August 4, IK 17. In mind the en- - wl(1 .,m." Your old maid Hovey at Ktnh. Steamer Denmark j Ko,,, ward, ouTcluls have candidacy or S. A. LKK ror the Rerailway. i V Hon t ( thu second relief ship sent titter tlio forcemeat of a program tnc salient r,.prved by saying "please We are authorized to announce tho publican nomination ror Jailer ( (candidacy of .1. I. Illl.li for Hie Re- Ohio county. Subject to tho Primal 'swear." nut dont you think my cuss Mae.Mlllan expedition) Is til North SAILORS MAKI-- PROTKST features of which arc: considering tho pro- - Slar jjay ISO miles from Ktah. publican nomination for Representn- - Klectlon, August 4, 1SM7. The' virtual closing of American Wl)r, W!W AGAINST MOSI'ITAI. SMII' live of Ohio County. Subject to the breaks ,ow I made several to further foreign vocation? t.0loRlst, at Goodhaven." markets Wo aro authorized to announce tho I'rimarv Klectlon, Saturday, August government bond Issues thruoiil the llt, t,.,t m)t mv old maid didn't seem 'ans for the dispatch of a third Washington. May A protest I. 1!U7. candidacy or .1. T. WKDIHNU ror tho them But yours did every- - relief expedition were announced by war. to notice Republican nomination ror. Jailer of from thirty sallos against ullrgcd Ohio county. Subject to tho Prima For County .lodge. The stabilizing of business condl- - tm0 Mat bo It was Jealousy on her tHl. museum only a short time ago. cruel treatment, neglect, bad food ,r tho ry Klectlon, August I, 1917. We are authorized to announce you Know they say love Is u u.,s 0 haVe been sent on the lions so far as' possible, by the con-j,.- ' iuMiultnry conditions alioard the for International Purchasing j,hii. perhaps that accounts for my tune. In command of Capt. Robert and hospital ship Solace was pre candidacy or MACK COOK Judge tho of Republican nomination for naval We aro authorized to nnnouuco tho old maid's not being suspicious my A Hartlett, of the I'eury expedition. Hoard. Tuesday by Sen Hie Ohio County Court. .Subject to candidacy or CHAHLKY JOHNSON or the country's Klrj , t, prettiest but yours Is the' 'pR. j.1!)t Word of the expedition sented to the Senate Aif- Saturday.. Centralization for the Republican nomination for ator Calder. of New York, with a re-- the Primary Klectlon, . u financial system by the nddlLimi to .ori suspicious, and you will have i(.ame from Dr. Hovey In a letter dat-th- e quest for an Investigation by th Jailer or Ohio enmity Subject m ,t, tlio'Prlninry Klectlon, Saturday, AuFederal reserve system of thou- -' to j,,, n your pVnnd q's when von ,,, j.,u. io, I'llC, and was brought NumiI Committee. It was referred Wo are authorized to announce tho gust A, 1917. sands of strong trust companies and K(1 ovor there. Hut, you are on alright. tmi i,v the George R. Cluett, the first to 'candidacy of It. It. WKDDIXC for the committee. ou an-- ' ri.n,.f ship last fall. It Is uncertain g siiakesphere would say , State banks of present Judgo The lallors charged thftt when suf-- the Rerabllcan nomln.it Ion forSubject We aro authorized to niiununro tho I n, County Court. Virtually all financial plans of the lllort. si;tiled in such matters than whether the third relief part will be fert.g hii-- ii f..vrr ihev com- - of H'P or A. SMITH Mr tho Reor Including tho notation .mi. to the Primary Klectlon. Siturday. candidacy Government, .'sent. The American Museum that Algust A 19j7- publican nomination for Jailer ot polled to carry their ' Rring a good roll with you when Natural History today cabled Or. of tho liberty loan and the program Ohio county. Subject to tho Primary dishes were washed on the Solace in i financing the Kutento 'govern- -' you come.' Candy Is a dollar a l acklng whether .the party at of Hunt the lavatories; that food was served' We are authorized to announce tho Klectlon, Saturday, August A, 1917. the eftotts to con- - over there. I bought seven, hove-:i;i!i would be able to come out on! monts. as well as ... one long platter. candidacy of It. II. MARTIN for thu ...... ..........- ... . jf .. . .. .. .. . . .... t 1........ ,.1 I... to manyVick men on -- ....!. --i" We aro authorized to announce tin I ne u sunuay, unuo uiu couiiiiy lasi ue m.x. . ....'. uie neninarK or wneuier I. ,,, u,,i,e to bathe them- - Republican nomination for Judge of ,rll the Okio County Court. Subject to candidacy of WORTH TICIIKNOR liy. are made with those features in ci,arB,., mid told tho confectioner I meesMiry for the Neptune to go nto(1.vos wt,nl unwashed ' the Primary Klectlon, Saturday, Au- for the Republican nomination ror i would mall him a check from here, j ( j' Arctic. mind. . '. Subject to Jailer or Ohio count) gust 4. 1317. i, Closing of the money markets acre ust luliK.d the check, nut unin vi.'W RI't'lU'lTIXC RIM'S tin Primary Klectlon, Saturday, Auto further Issues of foreign govern- - Wrlte n Wonl on It. DIdn t promise. IIOItSK RRA.NCII tn; F.MI.i: SAM'S ARMY We are nutuorizeii to announce tho gust t. 1917. Horse I'.ranch now suppoii- - two meiits Is to remain master of the tin- - , candidacy of .1. A. IIKI.I.AMY for tho ' We are authorized to nnuounre ttto aiiclal siluallon. Suv. Wilbur, fie as mum as a Sunday Schoolf one a! the i'i.'oii Tmu j.ltl,8t or(ers ent out bj the Republican nomination for Judgo of candidacy or .1. W. I'KRRY ror V 0'' ,)t'.partnienl to all Itecuillng the United with Read and burn. rh,irch: Supt. Mr. Vernon Croutlir. about this Republican nomination ror Jailer ot . Arr ' t.,:.l one at the Christian chi:rph.8alonil for ltf ri.Klllar arlll. aro Slates in this respect. Great Rritain i mo;u, lrli this le w. Subject to th PriOhio county. I no I will r'upt. Mr. Jesse Ford. plans on America's en- changed Its people the effect that no Volunteer be ae Don't forget Sunda week. v aro authorized to announce tho mary Klectlon, Saturday, Augunt siip-- I tranco into thenar, to issue ?200,- orilor a ease of Virginia Dare, tor the rhoiild earnestly ,iud hearlilcopied for the regular army who is candidacy of SILAS I.. STT.VKXS for A, 1917. .lu.lg.) 000,000 in bonds here, secured by K!rl,. Ot course you and 1 may A.itit .rl Ihese rigbteoiiB endeavors. not between the ages of IS and tho Republican nomination forSubject We .iro authorized to uiiuounCe tho of tho Oho County Court. yrim'thing stronger. Canadian Pacific securities. Mrs. George Wilson of Hit rsburg. IO years. sub-Allen., v.ho are not o. lQ ,ne VTlmr Kiecllmi. Saturday, candidacy or P. M. HKOWV Tor this policy the. Gov-- ; boy, mums the wtird. Tciin.. has retuined home after visIn lino with ltemuiuber jeii lo Gornianv, are eligible wIMi- - August I, 1917. Republican nomination ror Jailer', if - ,j)(m - t pet couii'letilial and tell Ir. iting hei parents Mr. and Mrs. W. T. out l.'claratlon. The only eilucatioit.il eriimenl may find it necessary to ln Ohio eounty. Subject Io the Primaduce the Governmoiit of Cubu to ar - ,t,(.v ;lj0ut It, for there are nr.ly Jamisot.. iina'iilcatlon. Is that the applioan- - be, Wo are authorized .to iiiinounlui tho ry Klectlon, Saturday, August 4, of WI.NSOX SMITH for tko 1917. cept a loan of JSO.OOO.OOO Instead of Oin't ,.), mail ilt Adalrville. Miss .Milan Stewart who Ins hud able o speak Kngllsh Those enlist- raising this amount, uncontemplated 'xorKet the wig if you need it. I malarial fever is able to he out mg now, as well as those herel if. ire , Republican nomination for Judgo of hf ohJ) t.llllnt). Court. Subject to For AMCsor. by tloattng a iionit ijjie uere. ine;,.,.-- .s,,v y, n :if(n It but if i i 'io jngaln. pay :it the r.U.i,ue primary Klectlon, Saturday. All- enlisted will Wo aro authorized to announce the republic or.tlmiU$ her needs Jt'' don't forget if J.ni hopitt! you w M Virgil Campbell and Mrs. of ::0.00 per mouth, and serice not j gust 4, ISM 7. little Mrs. candidacy or II. K. YVARIt ror thu i In ;o spelling Tuesday iiin (.Jeorge Arnold spent this sum, but is prosperous and does excuse bad ivritiii Republican nomination tor Assessor ie computsoiy attir lerminai'iir. Wo aro authorized to announce the or Ohio county. c;ns. not wish to bo put in the light of ask-IttSubject to tho PrijOwensboro. of tlie present war. candidacy of L. II. TH'HKXOR for mary Klectlon, Saturday, August A. the UmVd States for financial aid. J Tl THOMAS. .Mrs. Walter Wilson and two child- the Democratic noniiniilioii for Judge 1917. r. S Cor e.i:uM)e?s sake dun'? utjw.n of Kldorado, 111., visited Air. dispcti-- : ovi:r kaiskics or tin' Ohio County Court. Subject "TWO WOMKX SHOT AS SL'ICIOF. Li'SiriS ikimi: to tho Primary Klectlon Jes,. Ford Tuesday. this get out. Saturday, I'or Coroner. S1M1CS R" THF. UKR.MAXS August 4, IS 1 7. Mr. and Mrs. Kverette Ilratcher of We are authorized to announce thu J. S. P. S. Just had a Iwtter from candidacy or lilt. A. R. RILF.Y ror my wife with "Ruy u Liberty Houd" Science Hill, Ky.. formorly ot Gofts, Chicago, May 2S. "My husband the Republican nomination for CorI'or County Attorney. Geneva, Mo TS (via Paris). La in big red letters on tho envelope, j visited Mr. Karl Haycraft and tani- -i s.,i,i tn Kaiser would commit sui ,.... the .. wun.n ..i ...U.....S ..1 . ..l.ll We are authorized to announce R.-i- nk oner or Ohio eounty Subject to tho DHL's details of a case Sav, Tinsley, old spott. have Duke jv last eek ...t.i.i.. ... Suisse u ciue Primary Klectlon, Saturday,, August canilIdacy of .U n. KlRK for the ,. simlliar to that ot 'Mis-- Edith Caveil. )rint something I can fool bur" with. Mrs. Cecil Taylor and Mn. .1 S. .. Wfitiiil nM iiml thif nruuinvnt crew !lllllllllf'Illl lltlllllllllLllfll 1111 - IUUI1LI u. Alii. 1917. ,. .. ...i.....i,... r.....-- V u.U ...in al - rj0an spcat Friday in Owen-borthe English nurse, who was executed i blowed my last penny on our Adairson torney of Ohio county. Subject to so j,0t i took our . In Octo- - ville old maids, but thu Mrs. will ex- -. by tho 'Germans in lirus-el- s I'or Primary Klectlon, Saturday, Harvey Miss Pearl Raines has re'urned amj jft him." Mrs. We aro authorized lo announce tho 1013. The Germans, says tho pecj that bond. Rjrnt-lfrom a visit In Owensboro. informed Judge.Stelk In tho,S"ht 4 1517. candidacy or W. C. HACtJIIKItTY for recenllv arrested two Phelps ha measles n V.r. Ma.-viot- Domestic Relations. tho Republican nomination for Jus,. ...... ..-. rrf..iintyf..urtni-iluu'. Kaiser can take care of him w.,v,m. . . .. ....... ...c-- ",.....- ...... .,..u ..c. u...t-u! ... nr ii- ... anniinen the tice of Peace, Ronluo Magisterial Din- noiae. "Tho Subject to tho Primary KJoc- TO SPLIT HIS PAY daughter, 'J2 years old, on tho Swiss-- . rilfs.3 KfTio Kisler of Leesvlllo. Li.. spjri" tni. judge replied. "You can candidaev ot V. C. RLANKKNSHIP t ""' I Alsatian frontier. They were charged nacv t0 is hero tar tho sunier, wlih her par-'Etor the Republican . nomination fur tiutt. Saturday, August A, 1917. Vour husband aid If , .... . ,. . Chicago. May 2S. When Acain ionts Mr. and Mrs. K. D. Ktsler. with acting us, sides. hear of either ono or you dlscusiing County Court tilers oi ouio coumj.j Wo am authorized to announce the ' " ' V' , " Tho women prniiipt'y admitted at Rronzdow.iki aepeaml in court with Rro. Greep filled his regular :, war again I'll send you both to. 2" candidacy or .1 IS. A. I to LING for tho A. let- - his two wives and their five children, .. the trial. that they had Rupublicun nomination tor Justice ot hero Saturday aJ. Sunday. Jail.'' ters, without knowing their contents, did the rcval mates sit apart and They're talking the weather in the' We are authorized to announce the the Peace. Sulphur Springs Dlstrfct. candidacy of M. F. CHCMLKY for the Subject to tho Primary Klectlon, Satfrom Alsatian i":uiiilii.-- s to relatives in gl.'.re at each other? They did not. MORK PUOTKSTS AGAINST Rarnett home now. Republican nomination for County urday, Augmt 4. 1917. .. m IXCRLAlsK J1KARD and 'father .Switzerland. This amis dono simply as While tfce husband Court Clerk of Ohio county. Subject a friendly. act and v.ithoiU political looked on indulgently they chatted nt'MAMAXS STAP.VK, Wu aro authorized to announce tho to tho Primary Election, Saturday. I SAY RUSSIAN PAPERS August A, 1917. candidacy of E. W. .UCKSOX lor W..ali.:igtr,a. J!ay pleasantly and the children played or nmllcious purpose. tho Republican nomination for JusBoth women, says La. Suisse, vere together. liredlctliiiis by shippers as to tho Wo aru authorized to announce the tice of tho Peaco, IJeaer Dam DisntiSsiiiu pap upon conditions ii the railroads Shot at Miilliauseii. The mother waa ' Stockholm. May Thiy wtro in court to aruugo for candidacy or L. II. COAIHT ror tho trict. Subjoet to tho Primary Kqo-tioa horrified witness of the execution support. The judge directed tho lu--oin. i ec nt freight nt..- ers arriving here rlport a terriM irt granted i Saturday, August 4, 1917. County Republican nomination .. Qf QMa mumyfor Su,,Jcet before bor turn Umd to turn his pay envelope over to increase continued TucmIjj Jicforo j famine In tho part of Moldavia which , Ror. d.iuglili-e Vo aro authorized to announce tho of tho Rum- to the Primary Klectlon, Aueudt I. came, Commission Us still in the iwife No. 1 each week aad wife No. 1 the Interstate Con. mp.-c. candidacy or M. It. CROWDER for 191-7Representatives ot Southern fruit amain. Tho uewspaper adds that it baa re- - to glvo wife No. 2 $5 a wool:. At tho Republican nomination for Jttb-ti.Prime Minister, The Rumanian ceivtd confirmation of thu execution the end of a year Rvozdowskl will ray Sand lumber Interests. palng brick of tho Peace. Rnslno Magisterial For SherifT. j to tho of tho women from their relatives. .wife No. 2 ?5.r.O and she will oificlally waaufacturera and fertiliser makers Bratlar.u. has Issued an Subject th." Primary We are authorized to announce thy district. Saturday.to o- Augmil 4Kljl7. wio unanimous in declaring that minorlug inhabitants of the province- cutdldacy or (i. A. RALPH for the Election, t.'iai b ..u.i. ..in ..... t jtlieir mduBtraes would ho appreciably j to l.old oui a tow weeks longer, un- RpiVlcau nomination for Sheriff of O MlMCK. Wo aro to nmiounco V'K.U- - SHOES TO IJKO incetf.i. ami in soint, cates lorceu til they can be transportec io uussia, Olu. count;- - SubJ.ct to tho Pri- candidacy authorizedDEAN for the tho We iisMln call Hie attention of our of V. S. if tho ralbo we-- e wheie shelter has been prewired for mary Election. Saturday, August 4, WHEN UK LOSES JHV out of buf.htess nomination tor Justice of leaders to the fa'--t Hint Tlio ItPpub- granted. the IVtcu, Sulphur Siirlngi MuRiaplt them and tho food conditions are hot-to- r. 1917. llviin Mill publish no communications - Florida fruit growers stated they i al district. Subjoct to tlto PrlmaTy inlnrtnapolis. Ind.. May 2S. Wo are authorized to announce thf Klotttlnii, Saturday, August 4, 1917. u now soiling many of their prod-- j unless si;:ucil by tho author. Few r.iionel J. H Worth, lead and sine v. oaudi-iacof S. A. RK.VVCHEU for weeks pass that aiioojiiMii.-- article-- : king of Jopiin. Mo., arrived at tlvj ttcti at a loss, ill sp'te tho high pr'.c iu GAS AIMED AT RUSSIANS thu Republican nomination lor SherWo aro to announce RACK ON GERMANS iff of Ohio county. P.I.OWN Subject to the candidacy authorized LKAGI1 for tlio of S. V. tho aic not iccetiesl and ii i not our ile. Claypoo: Hole! here wearing shoer. j commanded by retailers. Primary Klectlon. Saturday. August Ropubllcan Ufiiiilutil.ou for Justlcu of . j Infli tho of black und red leafier, fitted out shv to luiil ne.vsj of i. 1917. May 2S. North Petrograd, tho Peaco, Reaver Dam Wagister uasio basket. This anonymous com. with tiny eleotr.s lights and rr.ateiied (Of,. DL'RRIN, PAST TO district. Subject to tho Primary YKA1W OIjI), VOLUNTKKRS HalifT, In Gu'.lcla, the wind played miininiiiiiii inlets stated cult Mcck.witu padlocks iabtead of lacen. announc: tho Klectlon, Satuluy, August 4, 1917. lo Wo are tho Germans a treacherous trick, the caudldaoy authorized JONHH for th" Cuiortunately. in the cvouini; the at the bead of the clitoiinl of G. P. Having War Olilco announced Thursday. They Kepubllcan uominattou for bliertn Ma 28 Washington, padlocfcn j Wo aro authorlod to announce the and must be adhered to. P.e(.iests Colonel lobt the key to his ... a nam oi usi.u?...iius of oitlo county, butijoci io tuo I'ri. cindidacy of .1. Y. HAGFK.MAN' for thai names ho oniilicd from mint and be had tj go to bod with his i tried lo entor tho military service tor iiaii reieei-etho war with Get many through ap ca, "but. t'.san::s to uie cnangu in mary I'.ieciiou, nmuruay, jvuguat . tho Domocrallc uomiuatlnu for Jus.....M.u.iled uith. Imrti.e.iianiiseiint shoos on. tice of tho Peace, Hartfoid Maglator- ipaiutnjeutVy Gov. Goodrich, but ro- -j the wind, the gas was diverted in tho 1917. --- Hie must bear iiii District, subject to tlio Primary , iroi.i direction of the enemy trendies. insurances iccln.? io HKPUIILIOAN IS ELECTED Wo aro authorized to Jiinounco tho hEIccttuii, Saturday, Aug. 4, 1917. THE EDITOR. Dur- candidacy or S. K. Itl'lNNKri' for tho TO .SRCOEKD SlIM,tV.'AY ,tiio Governor, Col. Win Hold T. HELPER. I Democratic nomination for Hfcortff of . bin, foru.fc-- Goernor of Iudluna, CAT "FlU? AID" Wo aro attlhorixod lo announco tho THOMAS HMA LOtJS!; RKI (.'ROSS Ohio cbuuljr. Suliject to tlio Primurv IN RR1TISH caadhlauy-o.1. H. DAMIIL Manchcbtor, N. II., May 30. Sher- - Jcanw to Washington yesterday to vol- -' SKI 111 IX HIS GflURD Klectlon, Saturday. Attguiit I, 1917. Republ liiiin noml'iallnn for for tho Justlcu man 12. Burroucbs, Rriiublloaii cai:- -' uniobr in perwm to tho autTToritlos A cat, the or tlo Piiiico, Rartlotts Wagistorial Loudon, R'.tiy III. Although pust 70 ycara of rcr Congixss tram tho First hro. Following In a coiiy or a letter Superlntondont. I'or ID'str.cl. Subjoct lo tho Prlm.iry of ten battles on tiio French , cp'ml) teceived troni J. It. Thomo., Now Haiiipshiro district. t succudlagu Col. Uurbln said ho guosHed ho Xiiltt Women who aru Klectlon. Saturday. August 4. 1917. proven, to ha ono or tho bo front, has riualltfcd, are entitled to vote fo it fit tor any task Unit might ot Rendu Oilly Strung, tame. We tho late Oongrfs.imat: Cyrua A. Sul-jof tho Ilritlhh Rid School Superintendent in both srentobt Wo aro aulhorliuil to announco tlio upon him. Anit ho Jooked Mint tho original copy io Mm. Thouiaa loway, Ropubllcan, was olectod to- - Impo.-oSho Is constantly aupplying Cvoiv. and Final Klectlon.. candidacy of tni SHOWN for lha tlm.lt. and a copy lo thu i'. H. Dihtrlct At- - dax nor P" trick II. Sullivan, Kepubllcan nomination for Juslico "liist aid." loruuy.. Don't think the uiijmt coin- - Democratic candblato, by 1,240 vr.ts, ' "I have fibbed about my ago thrco Wo aro authorized In minniinre, tho u r tho Peace, Hiitford Magisterial Having oscaped with every ouo of . I candidacy ot K. S. HOWARD for tho jiiines to get lo so to war, and partmeiil Ju 'J'tiomas' lt.it Is occupiod acconlhiK to tinolflclal rtui-nshor nluo lives whllo uuder heavy lire, Republican Humiliation for Superin- O! Uriel. Subject to Iho Primary Klectlon, Uatunl.'iy, August 4, 1917. po wo print tlin, letter io warn his With ono town iilssUm ironi 1W ,'iw6 I can lib again," ho ald. " tho was rescued by u soldier of tho county. " . Scottish Ridu's in a descried farm- - tendent of Schools of OhioKJectiou, .priciiirls and wurds, tho total voto Oilier fiiondf. Subject t'i tho Primary Wo uro auHiorbcd lo announco tho Sullivan, (iUiUlA. RiuiMjitvillo. Kv, May ltd. Door van Uurrouslw. 17,4r2; soldlor brought her lo Saturday, Auguht 4, 1917. candidacy or Q. . IiltOWN for Iho in ri'u IX AHtlLA Fileud Tlnsloy: I lalce n.y pen In 10.212. Rnjiuhlicnti nomliiatlon for Junlleo ot i ScoUa Al Aberdueu Jt, lt has Wo are aut'iorii'od to auununcn tho , hand and Seat uiy.icili' to wrilo you Just ietchod moro than JISSO at a candidacy or MRS, t. S. MASON ror tlio Piaro, Rockport District. Sub-Ject to (ho Primary Klcrlion, SaturLondon ,May 20- .- An oiflclal com - ,ifroo 1(t.. sa)o conducted a low Units to let yon know I ui woil tun.uaam.is ur u. n. by tho tho Republican nomlitufloii lor day, August 1th., l!U7. con - ' Issuud Iht . AYIATORS IS KH.l.l'.,mtipi.':illon and hDpojvhcn litis lutar oomoi to, inloinly sho had Ojiio couny. au. bum eo(J f(jr Hiu, totaling moro Subject to of Schoola of KTecllon, Satifund It will nnl yop tho wune. iiwiiian uto uFmuuin. in tha Primary Wo arc aulhorlwd to announco tho saya: "Tho exceptional wet season 'tluin,j2,000. 1 had a Jolly urday, AuRiiflt 4. 1917. Paris. May 2B. Capt. timo mer at Adnlr- candidacy of TOM COX. for tho Rotho lutprovwl weal!ier , publlcan nomination for Jutlco of vlllo Sunday. I wluh you could havo commanding tlio American ograilrfllo. li:ifi ended nud I V.r .fuller. r tho Peace, foe the ltoslno District. Hairi jronijltioiiB itavo nroiiKJii u ruuowu. ui j lifim with me there veio two ot Urn ben killed whllo llyniK Wo arn antliorlTed to nimoiinei the Snbjocl to tho I'rlmnry Kleclion, thorn, Iho flnobl old maiiU you over or, tho Souimo front. Ho set out In a j the lallllury anllvity. Tho early days ' oaudldacy of M. O. SHKOADKIt for At'ijmit lib., 1917. did to. I iiUvcit the Old Uaolulor. snooial iuhoIiIiio of tlio climbing typo ol May witnessed a general southward ... Tnf,,nto nn.i n,iMrn of tho German forces In see! Rut i;os.li, don't lot this gut nut to attack a Gorman. Mounting ulimut novomei a. tho Riitljl Vulloy and In Iho costal or will bo a dliorco atilt In porpcndleularly hn had reai-lmt- l Vnlr! US llfrtf... Slhif.lf'w .nit I V.u lul O, in. Iiili'lil luliet, iUt Atlfllil la.ea and of somo tohu Matandu -- 7 a fishing parly alory to Tool your stopped abruptly. Tho iiiachlua ly. whllo fartltor .south rajdprH In - , AJwiy lnm v. lilt, and wu'll run over there dropped htrHlght to tjio. earth and Du - ,vaded Fortu&ueao torrRory and ajp- - Sscnatuw of QZaj)$f7'i&&li wio of. .N'yassajnlul. about Sunday week. I w.ld tho other lauiio warcrUHhod'buiieath tho motor, proachod supplies my-iWi.- nt LI. S. WOULD 1EMAIN old maid what a gay old .iport you is in were and she said alio was Just dying to soo you. Sim did hapj)i'H to m7 RonaK .M.'c- New '.ork, May 10. she didn't Hko buldhcodml men, so ho getting a Jlttlo , jniluti, fplorer, and other member if you happen to bald why, get ou a wig. 1 told litem ,(,( u,,, Crocker land expedition, wliioh, aro Into the Arctic in you wero a Jolly old bachelor like part. You know they say lovo Isjjsi.fo nt iPah o the northwo. ono that will he yours when we goj0f ;, vonhrid, according to ; cable, by thi Amn.-th- c over there, wanted to know If all gram im nit til Ohio county men were bachelors. am Musei in of Natural Iii,u-.'- . tho announcing Kntmded sorter suggestive but 1 don't The cablegram luheitnboutr of the party, l.u. hear., ,ni 8i,u suHpicjoned nnylhlng. ., iy, 1910. was slgtisd l IV. j happened to say something about frn, ,;. 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