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HAKTFOUD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., posed principals Ju tlio alleged plot $G0 for each packngo scut by their mull system, uiul tliut one of thorn received In nil moro than 150 for his work. A fourth snau was detained, but not arrested, pending further Investigation of evidence connecting him with lliu others, particularly In the wlrelecs part of tho ulleged plot, lie Ih Ferdlnanif 11. Adam, a German citizen, employed by an electrical company here. Evidence has been found Indicating that with hi help tho apparatus was assembled and consigned to Vera y Cruz. Nothing was revealed (showing any criminal intent on his I part, but the (iovernment officers are ' Keeking to determine whether ho knew the apparatus was to be used In ;n Orinaii spy bystem, or whether there Is anything to show tho critno of espionage. Parts of the outfits, It n learned, got through, but part was held up In this country. Whether a capable of communl-cotintrM.t , complete eating with Germany, was received hy the consignees In Mexico has not been detci mined. ! has-beey, ' MID AY, JUNE SPY SUSPECTS IN UNCLE SAM'S NET rv wihki.kss outfits' r.i) U. S. 'STEAMER : ; WHAT CANDIDATES MAY DO SET OCT SINKS American TY-FIV- U-BO- . 'r up- - nv parts from m:v siiiim E of appeals passes craft iim:s tvi:.v court CORRUPT PRACTICES UN SHOTS AT SU.MHA- LAST JUTS. ACT. YORK TO .MEXICO. Itl.M EMPLOYED BY GERMANY v TURNS TURTLE 'MAY . HIRE VEHICLES jiicvs for CmispliliiK in Si'inl to Germany Brings'Oilt Oilier Plot. .Mull Battles nn Hour And n Half Stands On Km! And DIsipjHNir.s JJe- - V netttli 'lite Wute. .1 m Oiiter 'CusesFroiii Padiicah I .aw. oiFconJYructloii ,Of The V Lvldciico that d wireless .two complete Installations, assembled here from anrloiiR soured, were shipped piece- meal to Mexico, supposedly for use of .a German spy )stein in this in was unearthed connection with the arrest of three men on charge of riinsplriug to tend mall, containing military Informa-- 1 v lion surreptitiously from the United FIRST NAUTICAL SCHOOL UNDFilt U.VS. lilUKCTIO.V States to Cenuany through 'members ) of Norwegian ship crews. Washington, June 4. A campaigu It was Intimated by the. United to recruit and train 10,000 men to States Commissioner before whom tho. plotters were arraigned that "cor tho ships of tho new American It was through tlielr Instrumental-- . merchant murine was announced by Ity that advance news of tho tm- - the Peder.il Shipping Board and the Heury pending arrival In England of the Department of Commerce. nppolnt-Genuun- y American destrojer fleet was sent to Howard, of Boston, has been director, with offices in the before it even became gen-Je- d known iu this couutry that it ton Customs House, Tuo nrjt nautical training school had sailed. was direction With only a scratching of the but- - under Government y near Boston. Fourteen tun mass of evidence In tie opened face of hands, Indications similar scuooU will be established Government's been found IhHl the secret aions"the Atlantic coast, and later have mull system was oporated both ways tlto training bystem may be extended and Great Lakes, between the United Slates. Gorinnuy to the Paclnc-coamm and Mexico. Several hundred let-- , ' . lurs have been seized, written "n -. -English. German and Spanish, and RfcK MILLiUlN iOino uppureiilly In code. They lire. bolus trnusluted in expectation thai! rfFfllTFRFll JIN lTH " nLUIdlLIlLU UU U.I II ;hey will open the way to full revel-- ! " AtlonS or the alleged spy plot which . he-- ! s Is until to point (o IHMUW SATISFACTORY IN OHIO . shies those under arrest. COU.MV AS WELL AS L 1HK The prisoners are Harry A. l'erlssl NATION. Irving Bonaparte, both "Said fo Hiid employed by u be American-born- , German electrical company here, and Registration under the selective Axel K. Molchor, said to bo a uat- -' t Tuesday was turailzed eitleii from Sweden. They consiription'act, u nro charged with' conspiring to In- - highly satisfactory.' thruout the the ntnnbor was members of the crows of tho tire country.-whit- e steamships Bergensajord and Kris- - sllghtljr under expectations at-- some tlaniafjord, both chartered to carry points It overrau at others, making regular United' Statea nmll, to take on tho whole as great a total perhaps letter) and packaged from his conn- - ai was looked for. Approximately try destined for Germany, in viola- - 10,000,000 obeyed the call. to reflation of the law prohibiting corupeti- - ter in tho whole country- In Ohio County. lion with the United States mall. Ohio county did splendidly in reg-.li- y Tho maximum penalties provided ho 'storing her elllglbles on tho 5th, tho statutes under which charges are brought aro $10,000 fine 2,048 for tho county, which does for well, considering ho situation, scores and two years" lniprlsouiuent conspiracy, and $G0 fluo and six of young men are away, many Imprisonment for compct- - lug Iu other'States and, no doubt, ing with the malls, but it was said but what quite a few registered at by the Government iuituorltie.-- i that their temporary places of abode, not tho Investigation would contluuo thoroughly understanding tho niat-wlt- h a view of determining whether ter. Pollowlng is the result of Utrnllou In Ohio county, by had been committed. cincts: of Treason. .117 Whoti the three wore arraigned be- - East Hartford . CommUsIoner West Hartford i i1. turn United State 74 Hitchcoek ball was fixed at ?25,000 Beda So Sulphur Springs ' J t for Vcrlssl and Bonupnrto nnd 47 . 000 for Melchor. Upon objoctlou by Magan counsel for tho men to these nmounta Crouwel? 3 Hitch- - Cool Springs ns excessive, Coiuuilwlouer 85 i North Rockpot cock tuilil: 03 "These are unusual times, and South Roekport i OS while people of our own couutry did Select CO not even know of the departure of Horse Branch . t3 i our destroyers, it was published four Roblno days ahead of their arrival, iu Kng- - liast Benver Dam land In the papers In Berlin, and It W. Beaver Dam .' 10C U my understanding that the Gov- - McHenry !.. SI ernment has lujuind that this caso CentortowH '.. . i 3D is part and parcuf of the sumo (u- - Smallhous , ' 70 ' Knst Fordlsvillo quhy." 57 Ho held the men In the iiuiauntu W est Fordsville 48 i. Wednesday, Aotnavlle asked for oxamlnatiou ,., I'S morning. That 'dlhers uro liupllcut- - SIiiovo ". CIl ed and that thd Jmeu under nrreat (Uatoit f. .' 47 nre willing (o tell nil they kuow waa Buford .., .'. 77 Indicated by 'counsel for Bonaparte, Rartlott 4(i who bald hl.s cllcut" was willing to Ilctllii.. 30 lK'liT tho Government In 'every way In I'crulvn 23 his power. Porlssi, speaking Iu' hi-- i l'tl'Jeasunt .. ,.;..:".? 51 owii bylmlfp sntd i "I did 'not aturt this N.arrows . . . . v . 7. . . . '. ' 47 tho mail camb'to me first Ralph conspiracy 49 'from others, nnd I had nothing to do l'rentls . . 2i . Tho llerbort "p. with" tho crows bf tho siiiim." v ;Y. ,. 51 ComniiBfilouer told Mu to make no- Arnold 2S ,.....-......-. further statement until hla cuso canto Bonder ,, 4.0 up for bearing, It' is charged by the Simmons 1.. . 'Government- that tho- conspiracy bo-- 1 . ,v .2,040 Total j(au last JUuuavy and that mall waa' bout May' 15. '' OC the 1)4 ruBtatrura 1n Ohio court- only two claimed "'pay for their "' '. Kvltleuocf lias" be'eu Tound WiowluK-'lthe MeTrecelve4 fromtboun. aervlcofl." tuut .!'' New York, Juiiii I. high-powerey Bos-.ernl- ly to-dast ..-. Washington, Juno 6. A German submarine is believed to have been sunk by an armed American steamer in a running Tight lasting an hour shots and a half In which thirty-fiv- e were fired by the submarine and twenty-fiv- e by the steamer. An official announcement by the State De partment today says tho steamer (final shot "apparently struck tho .submaraie which raised clear out of the water and stood stern end ill) for She. then disap- -' a few secouds. pea red til other-person- on-las- en-luc- work-montli- a' reg-.tuias- J pro-Hin- ts ............. ............. 0,- ft l Frankfort;' Ky., June fi. Deciding the I'aducah ouster case In favor of Mayor P. N. Burns and Commission- ers Don I. Mnrton, P. E. Graves and W. A. Gardner, the Court of Appeals y passed upon several Inipnrt-nn- t provisions of the corrupt practices act, relating to the conduct of candidates for olllce. The court said that promising appointments In ad GLENN ClWIHF vance of tho election, employing men to distribute and post advertising MIss.Hattlo Glenn, daughter of Mr matter for a candidate and hiring ve- J. II. Glenn, of this pjnee, and Mr. hicles to convey persons to the polls Winston Cuudlff, formerly of Drakes-bor'" Prohibited by tho corrupt Ky hut now of Hammond, The department's announcement practices act. The court ndded that lud., surprised their many friends follows: - lutcrpretaion by tlielr marriage at Aurora, 111., on "The Department of State Is ad- It cannot accept the vised by telegraph of an engager that a candidate is forbidden to do May 20. Miss Glenn has been ment between an armed American anything not specifically permitted teaching in Colorado during tho past steamer and a submarine. The guns by the act. One section forbids the two years, while Mr. Cunuiff is enof the steamer were manned by an jdvlug or offering of bribes to Infin- -' gaged in railroad work with head American navul crew. The subma' ence voters and, after specifically quarters in Hammond, Ind where .. ai.- .ti rlne was first seen at about 7,000 uiRuaung several mings inai can they will make their future home. not be given or promised, concludes The young people ,havo known each h gun for yards. She had a 1 things of value." with "or-oibwant and nnotnnr art. other since early childhood, boh hav-- , ft' van lueier, cauuiuiue u. ion ing formerly resided in or near "She flew no flag. "Upon sight of the submarine the Mayor, and former Mayor T. N. Hn- - Drakosboro. this state. The Repub-- ! steamer hoisted the American flag zolip and Representative R. R.I Mean extends congratulations nnd and waited for about ten minutes Treadway, candidates for Comraia- - best wishes to these young people on tho Jsloner agalnstthe incumbonts, alleg their voyago thus begun. As the submarine approached steamer fired. , The submarine, re- ed that tneij successtui opponents sponded. The steamer kept a speed promised positions under the municithat would permit the submarine to pal government. The Courl of Ap- flSTEND BOMBARDED come within range. Then follow peals, the whole court sitting, in an ed a fight lasting for an hour and a ouiulnn by Commissioner Clay, said BY BRITISH FLEET half. The submarine came to a dis- oli this point: - " 'Other things of vnluo' means tance of about 2,300 yards. By that time' tlie submarine had firel- - thirty property or something having intrinIn GMUMAN nKSTKOYKR TS SJ2XT tlvo shots and the steamer twenty-tlv- o. sic value that cm be measured liOWN IN KlfNMNtt. FIGHT The last shot of the steamer money. They do not include mere . WITH J. BULL. apparently.. struck the submarine, , omqo-o- r position, wntcu nave, none, i which rabed clear out of the water rtUe Qualities ot property. Ciibloin. ; I.oug Ktal!i'-ho-I and stood stern end up for a few secThe'cdurt'sald Ui had been the cm-Id- ra Tho onds. Tliea she disappeared. Loudon, June C. Tho German. for'candldates.for office in ICpu-(u- uaValbaae at Oatend on tho Belgian captain of the steamer and the comtp announce who their depu- coast lias been bombarded by Brit- -, mander of tho guard believe that the submarine was sunk. The steam- ties .would be' and for the. deputies ish warships, tho Admiralty anto run with their principles. If tho nounces. Tho British forces were uner suffered no damage." General Assembly bad intended to damaged. ' . Curd or Thames. prohibit this practice it would have A Gorman destroyer has been We thank all of our relatives and speciflcallysaid so. sunk and another damaged iu n run nelghboitt, who so kindly assisted us Tho court declared that permission ning fight between six German do- in caring for, our dear husband and to ndvertibo does not confine the can- btroyers and Commodore Tyrwultt's father during his illness and death. didates to newspaper advertising, but squadron, tho Admiralty announces. each one for every act of he can distribute handbills or cards, Tiii twit of tho Admiralty .An kindness, and those who brought or or post 'advertisements where, per- nouncement (readA: ' sons can seo them. Being permitted" senile many beautiful flowers.-- . "Tho Vice Admiral at Dover 'reMrs. D. W. .Klmmel and Children. to do this, it follows that "tho em- - ports that tho enemy naval bnso and workshops at Oatend were heavily bomburded Iu tho early hour this largfl number of A morning. CRUSH THEM. rounds wore fired with good results. The eaemy shpro batteries returned our firo, but our bombarding forcos I $. K F" 5- suffered uo damage. t s U. r. S ft -- K'1 "Commodore Tyrwliltt ftlso reH5 b..'feM!'ii t.55 ports that early this morning a force .g of, light cruisers and destroyeru unMm Jv.g der his command sighted six German "n.'t "i '.destroyers and engaged them nt long riMige in a running fight: One of waa the enemy destroyers, tho suuk by our gunfiro and another severely damaged. Seven survivors have teen picked up Irom the There were no and made prisoners. cftsuaUlos ou our sido." J ploynient of u rcnsnmihlc niiinber.of poisons to distribute the advertising matter and pnjmcut to compensate them are not prohibited by the act In question, but it appears that the number of persons employed, or the compensation paid Is so disproportionate to the service ns to justify the conclusion that the persons are not employed In good faith, but tho pretended compensation Is merely for the purpose of becurng their votes or Inlliience, such employment is prohibited by the statute." The court could see "no impropriety in candidates providing convey anccs for the purpose of getting their friends 'to the polls," and If they could use their own ehlcles they o could hire others. question reAnother Impurtnut mains to he settled. That is whether a candidate may promise to support or oppose certain measures or to adopt or i eject a certain policy, or whether the, constituency Is allowed to demand that a candidate state ills position upon public questions, under the section directly prohibiting promises of that sort to get votes. TERRIFIC STORM . HITS OHIO COUNTY TWO LIVKS ARK LOST IN FURIOUS ONSLAUGHT OP WIND AND LIGHTNING. ,) , STORM'S PATH CLEARED nl-s- Lives Lost In Ilevler, Great, Naftfctng Left Where Storm Snooped. nt six-inc- ' , cy ' We-thaul- If -f -- n mm - ft v A destructive tornado from tho southwest struck Ohio county, In tho extreme southern part, Wednesday evening, at between 5 nnd C o'clock, In which two lives were lost, Messrs. Klbft-- t Austin and Guy Draper?.' Mr. Austin was the son of E. G. Austin and was formerly a student In Hart- fodr Colege. Telephone communication at tho hour of going to press was so bad that we could not secure a detailed report, tho it was perhaps tho most severe storm ever striking that sec tion, which lies upon Mie Green river and adjoining Butler county, in fact a portion of the storm swept area lies within Butler. The particular section hit- - Is what Is known as tho Little Bend country. Among others' losing their buildings and otherwise sustaining damages, of which we were able to learn, were Richard (Jack) Taylor, houso and all outbuildings, S. T. Elliott, house anl barn, R. L. (Dick) Simmons, house and out buildings, Sep Brown, houso nnd barn, WS. (Shep) Taylor, two dwelings, barns, 100 head of hogs and other stock, R. C. McCrocklin, house, &c, Riley and Elm'er Read dwellings and other buildings. All of the above lost heavily in stocfe and other belongings,, as did many others, not reported. This storm, struck Bevler and Cleaton, in Muhlenberg county, and five persons are reported, killed at tho former place. The path of the storm, thru the section from which we havo been able to get reports did not exceed 100 yards in width, and In thl- path it 13 said nothing whatever was left. This tornado formed over. or near .Powderly, about two miles north of Greenvile, and. the first place to striko was Bevler, where the five persons were killed and some 20 other injured. It is stated that three per-bowore killed at Babbits, another mining town. The formation and action of tho twister in it's first stages waa wltnesed by scores of persons. Train Races Tornado". Owensboro, Ky., June G. Passengers aboard. an L. &,N. train that arrived in Owensboro tonight, give graphic accounts of tho tornado that struck the mining town of Bevvior this afternoon. killing five persons and Injuring fifteen. Conductor Tap-sco- tt said his train was at tho station at Bevler when the funuol-ahnpe- d cloud was' seen approachlug. The train was In the path of the tornado nnd he gave. tho signal to go forward. Tho cloud passed directly over the spot whoro the train had been standing. Tho patsengcra blowu away and large trees uprooted and carried hundreds o feet into tho air. When they wero dropped from tho cloud they wera stripped, pt .barl: and foliage. A house on u bill was lifted into tho Window air and carried away. r bathos- - and door were seen whirling KXlT.CTH TWO YKAKS OK .. WAR .SAYS GKUAJH) In tho'cldud. o, us saw-houses 0, S-- ... l :....'...'..., ,.....'......,.. .... ,..,....;........ ..;,' ..,:., ., 1 - - - ........... J '' L'm-- . , iSSy34, wFiupatrick In SL.Lduli k .iui '; Two yearn of war 13 tho minimum the United States may expect, former Ambassador to Gocwany Jaraea W.- Gerard, told tho Broadway Association at. a luncheon at tho Hotel Astor Friday, i "Tho military power of Germany is uubroKeu," ho said. "In ten dayu, at tho beginning of the war, she rao- .bllliced 8,000,000- niuu; wo could, uot uioblllzoo.OOO In the saiuo period. Iu the first year of tho war she mobilized between 12,000.000 and W.OOO,-00- 0 men. Ono and a half million of these have been killed, 500,000 aro prisoners, 500,000 uioro huvo hotn permnnoutly disabled, and 000,000 are constantly temporarily disabled. This la n total lobs of 8,000,000 men; but Oils hpi been offset partially by. Of 4lKMQ0. now the yearly-addillosuldibrs. .Klghty per. .pout of her 1 grounded rot urn to the front'.. . . New York, June 5. RUTH LAW DKOtt LOAN v. "BOMBS" OVKIt C'LKVKLANI Cleveland, Juno 4. Ruth l.aw, avlatrlx, In a biplaqo, circled over , y dropGlovelund and environs ping "Liberty Loan bombs." She had boon, scheduled to make a flight tomorrow, hut tho wea.ther was so flno sho decided to mako tho trip. Sho started Jrflui Nela Park iu East Cleveland and Hying at a height or 5,000 feet dropped' liberty bond litThousands, watched her erature-.. flight as bUo circled aloug the, lako Trout, crossed over tlto west end of tho city aud then traveled across tho city back Jp rfola Park, T;oiuorrow a, ton days.' Mlsa Law will atari"-obond trip Iu the luteti'Bt olyi-llbertcampaign, dropping 'ijteriture,, pn Middle, West and 8outhwest '! - u ern lwl citlea.. , ; ;. .' -- . or wife, as the case may be, In good pine In the wind like a broken Mil. 1FTFBAN NAViM faith, nnd In tho belief that tho formMlil-nl- r. Humeri Alive In jlLILIMIl 111I1L TREMENDOUS er spouse Is dead, the second mar.I would tako an Edgar Allan 1'oro It in Fight LlAUlK Id UtAU riage Is lawful." to describe the adventure of decided that Justco Grccnbaum ACTIVITY Lieut. Uay that happened on April j IU Timchlk, his former wife or her hus.TO. Lieut, ltay was assigned to the ' may bring a suit for the andangerous post 'of observer In a float- - nv, A DM I HA I, LT8HUK HKIIVHD band nulment of tho second marriago, day was lug "sausage" balloon. The WITH I'KKKV IX JAPAN AXI) which, If granted, would restore her Suddenly niKNCII MAINTAINS HUI'RIIMACV hazy and murky. the. Dl'HlNU CIVIL WAIL In tho as the wlfo of Timchlk. without' OF Till) AIR DKSPITK KK"sausage" was attacked .MAN ATTEMPTS. meantime the second marriage must warning by two German Hying nincli be considered In force and the llrst Ines. An explosive ball set It on fire. Wnilh15,nlIt Julll. 2. American Without any hesitancy the observer jinfi mcQla mwyXkhvre Thur.,,liy one In abeyance. t leaped moirnlnB tlie tlcath of Ilrjr 104 RAIDS ARE MADE seized his parachute and gradual Muscle Soieness Hello cL His decent was overboard. Amrn Upshur, who until his death Unusual work, bending and lifting mid It seemed as If ho would land In May .,0( of heirl fa,ure WM (Ue safety, when all of a sudden ho cMMt Uv,nK Brudunc of tho naVill or strenuous exercise Is a strain on , Ami Tv cut four Tons f Bombs Dis- flaming balloon bean to fall, settlltig ,,,.,, of lc ,ng omccrs. tho muscles, they become sore and aCil(lcmy-nmposed of Hy Squadrons In still, you are crippled nnd In pain. s,owly at first then Increasing Its 1Ri wag nnd h,9 lmva, Sloan's Liniment brings you quick .Months Time. fire burned away the speed as the ncin...il service with relief, easy to apply, It penetrates silken bag. Commodore Perry In the historic ,,ltliout rubbing and drhes out the Lieut. Hay was underneath It, In Voage to Japan, serv Ice In.the Civil Within :100 feet of War with Porter and many Import- j soreness. A clear liquid, cleaner 2. "The supremacy its direct path. Paris, June than inussy plasters or ointments, It flaming mass overtooi: the with the newer navy. does not stain the skin or ctog the ot the air" nnd what It costs the the , earth ....,.. ........ t.i... . nri.n.t ant commands .- .keep It despite desperate nru comi.ien.-- i j v..B...French to Uelr A(1,ral .JoMIl IJcnry Upshur pores. Always have a bottle haudv -... . . .. ...v ...i-.i, acrnian counter attempts, Is a story was one pierciiiB citi-iu to the earth, I for tho pains aches of rheumatism, . n ot a series ot astounding ies observer was borni composed eers of the United States navy. His stiff-- 1 Mr death really occmhig thru belli;; life spanned ninety ears ot naval (gout, lumbago, grippe, bruises, Incidents and figures. ness, backache and nil external pain Within the month ofApril one of Lurred alive In mjdiir. 'de elopement. Flftfour were pa-- - At our druggist, -- 5c. I the crak French squadrons ot the air . Jed In active sen Ice nnd twenty-nin- e Ciiiil-Ii. I .'... Viiiip under command ot Capt. Laurent r,,tlrc" "!,xal commander or ii"K,!iVrlTKV llllKlAIlK TO Here's a pleasant cough srup that made 104 raids Into the enemy terrl snnv iim Mintir.i'i'.ii ,.n.i lines ... iaii. n. T...I1V old school. .... ...w.. . . . . v rv riiiiu in.... lu .!. mn si ii. He was a veteran of two wars. He If our child has, dropped err u.. Lexington, Ky, June 2. Mobllza-tio- n a deep hacking cough that worries accoiupanien cmu.nuuure represented a total of 4S.3G0 pounds to Induce Japan to open Pine-Tar- -, of the entire Kentucky Brigade tons, vou give him Dr. Hell's I..... ....... I, 1.. ii utilrl'n n,iiiilil,il-i- l of explosives, over twenty-fou- r i""1" '" "" " is exnected as tho result of orders ears ho was In actho service In vaHoney, the soothing pine bnlams ... . i FRENCH LOSSES ARE within thirty days. Figuring that Hove the cough, loosens the phlegm .. niu"1 ameiunioiis uajs iin !"- - frcim the War Department ll0 rious nrtillery batteries. Ho served may have fifty per cent of the bombs "'-u ' 'uricim In Cuba and lute made a ,hth calls ccn. Hoger Williams and and heal the Irritated tlcsues. Got a sm"H """ "B""ok missed their mark, the terrible dara-ag- e bottle y COMPARATIVELY LIGHT sand-nillhis adjutant, Maj. Maurice K. Gordat your druggist and traders of a half century ago march with his regiment. remaining accomplished by the A.li.ilt.! I'liuliiii.! lilrtli iifim.1 Yi'1.1 on, to duty. Maj. Gordan arrived in In 1913 Secretary Gairixou placed start treatment at once. 25c fifty per cent may easily lie imaginHoin in Lexlncton this morning John Henry Nottingham. 111 in from his on tho retired list tho only ed. (Northampton County, Va., in Is--- '. 'homo in Madisonllle. animal ever so treated. i.osm:s mtch iait(ii:i:, p- j a single day on a certain sector In whole ills mother's family, the G(, Wllllams said he did not con- ENGLISH PLAN TO During tho later years of Foxhali'-ht'PHHlOHITV OT AHT1LL- of the front 230 flights tor the "spot'shurs, was distinguished, he adopted tcn,p.)te taking command before service his duties were lo haul sup i:kv is causi:. ting" of enemy batteries were reclfi plies from the quartermaster's ston-- TIINNFI rHANNFI r"' "WIU0 Wl,e" Abel l'',rS U1 " Monday. The Third lleglment. with 1 UllllLL orded. In another sector I! '13 flights Pnrker I'p-hUlIftllJlLL was u nephow of )(ho t.xc,.ptjon of cOI1my k, now ut houses to the bread kitchen. Ho were actually made during one day 1 w"o w'ls Secretary of the Na ers, Is in camp here. The iiij(;ra,i acin Franco, made these rounds without a driver. On the French Front To over into the enemy lines I(1 nt lyier.s iaier sin-Winchester, but all ex- requhd- April 15 and May,"0 0,,, K wltl' combats XATrni-- : complish them sixty-oti- c has .madk schkm ! ceeding Daniel Webster as Secretary CL.,,t iiendqiiartc units are on duty June Hon, back up to the different store- fought 24 the number of German prisoners with German aeroplanes were PLKFKCT FOR LONDON TO .of State, and was killed when a can ija8tern cntuckv. '' rin ' falllug Into French hands reached a i housw- - Ktl ,,Ih "PP and over 200 photographs of the eneORIKNT H. It. noil exploded aboard the Princeton The Flrt Kentucky Is distributed were,,,,um 1,l'ck ,0 ,lu' MMm. being al- -. ' total of 31.S2S.ot whom 2S.045 my's lines wore developed. Ueeoming a midshipman In litl. was rewarded at the bakery with .i 0er Central and Northern Kentucky. oung Upshur recehtd his baptism KoowlnR the assunlI,tlon o( com. unvrouuded. This period ctners three small loaf of bread. He never Cliuso Singlo Miuhino. tired ' general attack, now Inrdoti, June 2 From LMtdon to ot hie at the age of 23, while erv - man(1 by Gen wnilams Monday, it Is phases of the German opposition to this "supretemporarily abated, which the French of ,ho tlu,lt,a of V" Psl "f,' "",I ing unuer lommouore rerry ai wie expected that the Field Hospital macy of tho air" consists for the most Constanlpolo by rail! was the pride of the soldiers, undoubtedly will continue whtu That is the slogan of the Interest slego of era truz in tho Mexican Corps, now on State duty at Hard -part In opposing the French aviators I uiu """ "t3,VJ proper moment arrives with "chasing squadrons." consist- which are promoting the scheme for War. In the fourteen jears before well; the ambulance company, und - ,Mit'f ,hat l,u wo,,,d "eu M ",U"f," As a result of their .successful at the outbreak ot thr Civil War. h brigade units will bo called into Fedwl,1U' mur" ,Rula ,n ,,tMVe- - ThB ing as a rule of between twelve and a railway tuunel underneath the tacka tho Fre'nch now possess the connecting the spent a jear in study at Annapolis, eral sen ice. fourtceii fighting planes. This aerial Kuglish channel, Christian Herald. .. u ... m,.. t..i accompanied Perry to Japan, acted scouting expedition lies In clos.e for- Rrltlsh and French coasts. positions then when the) began the on tho African Sir Francis Fox, of tho Hojul as 7IS AIK CKAFT SHOT DOWX mation, never offering combat to a $100 Reward, $109 Artll- forward movement In April uoninti- - uvc it, .i v.i. Snuadron duiine the sUDuressiou oft unit of its size or effectiveness, but Tho rfiden of tliU pipr will Ix lery duels continue uuceaslngl) at all always seeking out Individual French ture has made every provision for slave trading, and instructed a class 44yermn AiulUTI HritMi that there is at lanit points ou the front, occasionally In- plaiI to one JrflaJod dlioaio that aciano Iil. U In Fninre Durlnc May Slier has left a bed of (at Anuapolls. When one ot these ap- the tunnel. machines. been abln to euro In alt Its lnei an I termingled with local Infantry comKugluud and) Serving In the South and the North pears on the hori7cn it is immediate-- 1 gray chalk between is catarrh. Catarrh hMniz jm'iitly In which short stretches of thnt Intluenced by cumtltutlonal cvnilllliins London, Juno 2. The morning bats set upon by the whole dozen Ger- France, which is tho most sultablc'tbintlc SquHdions under Admirals' change hands. ri'ilre runstltutlon.it treatment Hall's trench sometimes material of all thru which to bore a I'orler. Du pont, and Lee lu the Civil p?.peH figure that 713 airplanes wen" Thus man planes. far tho French always liavo Catarrh MeJIclne is taken InUrnally ,inJ acts thru tlifl Illund on th Milium .Wm, ha won commendation from Du ls,iu,t jowrl 0 tlle westeru front in. Groups of Fronch fliers of from six tunnel. Hie 8tem llictehy iloitn.rtnu from tlm posiions .... nujo it. i.i,.i. n the illnenr.-..! ii. n. ..rij ikit hhivj vnnl for his skill In commniidinc a r.i . vfcr ., 1.1..1. tt ......... uermans I reaineu , anj some placeslaKen bitten pitl.-n- t ofstrengthntby bulljinu , upKivtn tiiato eight machines can photograph .!. in. iiici itvsvi ii'iiis tiiv nhave ihii enemy lines al- the railway would bo constructed. S"" deck division of the Wabash iu',iI1(j 27i British and Freu cii. iriusiij luclu' an" at and scout within tho Mltutlon inl asjIsMnK mtnro In dnlnsrltH 1. Itoyal, and short- - headquarters admitted til 0 loss of aruier into tne uerraan itnei mupli work T1)9 propril.,or, hiv mi most with impunity as far as the Sir Francis went on to cousult the the attack on Port f.lltll In flirt rutwAn ft. Tf ill. ohnalnn machines but as the'' me uermans 7 German aeroplanes are concerned. Continental Hiadshaw of the future, fb' after was given command of tho elghty-sCstarrli Mellcinn thil thy oHit Onn .. Mlu - Krt,,lci, do not anounce any war loss- - ne"ouslles,, as lo wnai ts udoui 10 iiumirihi IViIlm for nmr raso Hint it falls The Orient Express will start from Flambeau. Ho commanded the Their chief enemy is the cur,J "st of ic.itlmonlili. sliclitp.it moitmoill ,0A.l.lrm.. 5?,'"J1 v a ri r.,i,i. Charing Cross n;id run thru to Cons,.iiifsOta during operations along tho c3, u is impossible to verify the in- - l"!H'"' " ,l ,, gun. calls forth n hurri- - Ohio. Sold .y alt Drumrlot. 75o. l" ' l renc . tit litnuil.k In tho slogo ot I'etors- - ference that they lost 183. Tlr.i. ! tlnln tnrex James River It Is fliers have Of late tho Trench i ,.. nt cane of artillery and machine-gu. r u H.'buic. At tho Inttle ot Fort Fisher u.rfi, i,.,t .1,. o giowu more and mote daring in their ........ ...1,.. , .. fire. The absolute confidence ot tho DUOP.S 'IWO (;i:it.MA.V .... ,. ....... . '..nrinr Tnrt,r !.. nns nhieed lu mia - 'o r. ... r- .. . .. .. .. Captain Perrln was reconnaissances .UUPL.M:H IN MINCTH a.... .u.m I reach in their superiority Is seen In n. i..i.. JUIU Vl.. l,UU .uii.l ot tlie reservo division of VC3S- - ,nnn .. , t,ww .i w recently charged with a mission to 413 lit lUlllUli I UlCOlllIU, Ma ivi)jvi 4WI tho munner in which they move 011 pro- - wero estimated at 709 discover the exact location of the Egyptian rallwais. and thus Cud Hglc.'jaud wou recoiniuoudation for intervening ground between tho lines Paris, June 2. Capt. Oeorgts Guy-v.h- en tout". notion German first line trenches in a cer- way south bj thu ordered to attack. The tactics "omor, moat famous ot all Trench Whooplnc Couch At tho ace ot 01. Uiuhur had tain sector wlieio they were known Another potion would go thru BagIn this disease It Is important that now emplojed permit them to attack army aviators, has brought down to have dug some subterranean pass- dad to Karachi and India. "Take reached tho rank and title of Rear fivo more German airplanes two ot In the meantime tho cough bo kent loose and ernec - l ult" minimum . losses. . . ages that had cleverly concealed . our seats, pWse, for Constantinople A.iminil. havinc ... A. M a lnl' i aemonstrateu, tor la- - mem 111 ono minute, tiic captain of the toratlon easy,' which can bo doiiH bv t commanded tho r openings within a tea- hundred feet and Calcutta, chaugo at Scutari, stances in a recent ram in tuo range "ow is creuueu ouici.uiy witu.iuv- of the advance French lines. Khartoum, Huluwayo, Johauucabntg Pacific and the South Atlantic Squad-101- giving Cliamherlaln's Cough Remedy, tno woods south machines. of i''g destroyed forty-thre- o and the New York Navy Yard. Mrs. P. II. Mirtln, Peru, Ind., writes, I0' u'"3 alAt an altitude of lifty and the risk and Capo Town." My two daufthter3 had whoooint: ' t'bevreux A email body of French Between May 17 ntul May 31 tho to t.tko comTho Nord Express for Petrograd JIu was under orders of his life, tho captain deliberately in to French airmen brought down thirty- order Naval cough. I gave them Chamberlaln'a! infantr' advanced mand of the United States circled over No M.m'a Land, darting would connect with tho Trans-Siberia- n und Cough Remedy and it worked like a straighten tho line, sovero artillery two German machines lino aud China. "It may seem to Fines in the Pacific when ho retirhere and there. A crackle of mahaving proceded tho a3- - seven others are holleved to havo charm." in gun firo from a thicket soon us," observed Sir Francis, "a very ed lu 1SS5. chine sault. The Infantry gained tho ob- - fallen to earth behind tho Gornmii The remaining jears of Admiral showed tho aviator what ho was remarkable prospect, but It is by no I jectlvo and took thirty prisoners In lines. Tho following olllclnl account Lpshur'a life were spent in Washing- KIUTIHH WAR I'KI.SO.VKILS searching for. Darting upward, ho means Impossible of realization, that AWAY FROM FHJHTIN'U ZONK addltlou to killing a number ot Ger- - of aerial actlvUIeJ was given out hero ton, excepting for occualoii.il trips dopped a smoke bomb over the rat- within a comparatively fow jeans I mans. Later it wuh discovered Ho was ccleluated as u tling gun emplacement and soared travellers from Loudon will bo nble aboard. "In the period between May 17 and London, Juno 3 Arrangements French shells had battered tho Ger- stcr.v-lorrdays vhe:i he sailot the away to safety Ho had scarce touch- to reach such distant places as India May 31 thirty-tw- o German machines ed tho seas under Commodore Perry havo been completed with the Ger- man shelters so thoroughly that six ed n comfortable altitude when the and China and the Malay Slates crouching weru destroyed on our trout during- warships which havo man Government for the withdrawal full German companies, shell, without leaving the railway systems in the wooden whine of a French fho-inc- h of all British war ptlsoners from tho In tho shelters while awaiting an op- - aerial combats, In addition to fifty- followed by a heavy cplsion, caused ot tho world thru the medium ot tho snlco disappeared. firing line, according to an officii an - 'portunity for a counter attack, had cvt!i others which were tkmaced his machine to rock alariuinly. The Channel tunnel. iiouucotncnt Tho prisoners been killed to the last man. Tho place 'r'ouMy and probably crashed to .Moibu-- . Cliolern aviator again descended. Dltu of will be Kept a minimum distance of .was a shambles. Tho total French ortrtli within tho enemy lines Capt. This Is a very painful aud twisted metal and the bodies of what disease. In almost every neigh- thirty kilometers (eighteen und 0110- - loss lu this affair amounted to only tluyiifuier brought down five ma- had been tho German machiuo gunHAD borhood someone has died foru It be- half miles) from tho actual front, j twenty-seve- n men killed or wound- - "'fii'icf, four of them on the same day. ners were tho only witnesses at thi Two of these airplanes vvro foiled lu western ed. bo obtained or both in tho eastern and fore medicine could mouth ot the suhterranan passage This proposition upplles only to " minute, which is perhaps thu a physician summonod. Tho right zones. Att.tchisl I5j Hight Tiers. ono comer the battlefield, for lu r3t "'no lu tho war that il.ch a way Is to havo a bottle ot Chambyr-lalu'- s I D'JiODO Farm Without Covv.s. n'..."5n April 24, while llyiug with Lieut. other nlacos tho French encountered thing litis been ucenninllHh..a Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy '1 Teiarkana, Texas, Juno 2. More 'dinicultles which held them back for " "t'W victories ljrltn up to FresMgnps, Adjl. Itabo va3 attacked as to be prepared (or It. tho house so 92.000 farms in Texas ure with- - a erou-- all(J eIltalIod much moro so- - t'feo the number ot German im. by a squadron of eight German Restored to Health by Lydia Mrs. Charles L'nyeait. Hunlugton, out a cov': 1C4'000 without a hog voro fighting, with consequent higher chines dostinyed thus far by thia planes. Lieut Fressugncs was speed"During tho summer i Ind , writes: ELPinkhom's Vegetable C0,00 wItll0ut Poultry; whilo ing to his adjustant'H aid when he Close observation by tho valiant ofiicer. ot 1911 two of my ehlldreu wero I a.ml mo saniu period Lieut. Pinaard souu.uK Compound. was cut off b seven uddftIon.il Ger" niii.ii.uiy tl'iau uui 01 me correapondont of the whole fighting with cholera morbus. I taken sick State for moro $10,000,000 frout (rom Solssons to Auborlve, out of action thrco German mu- -. man machines, tho remainder of the used C'hninbei Iain's Colic and Diarf2, 000,000 however, shows clearly that tho chines, triumphing over his fifteenth squadron, wMUi numbered Enhnut, Pa. "I was all run down and rhoea Remedy and it gave them Im- worth of butter and flfteun worth uf meats French casualties are much lower adversary. Hero are the means of Despite the cross weak inwardly. I had female troubles mediate relief." inutilities all told in unci nervous feelings Tho figures wero contained in tho mi.im dm fWm.in a iim i,'n.nri, other nllots who havo Inpiwis.ni fire of mitrailleuses, both Frossagnes i and my heaJ bothreport of C. C. Waller, of Fort Worth DIX'IDKH WOMAN Dabo succeeded in making their all dlfilcultlea of ground, ev- - "umber of their exploits: Adjt. Ma- and ered me. I would .lt'IXii: reaii nororo tuo r armor a union con- - 0ry where gained and held tho objec- . twelve t. machines; often havo cryuur escapes, Iho foimor brlnjjlng down ' HAH TWO LM.'AL HCHUANDS spells and feel as if vention. tlvs aimed at, Ihey uro In' n good Tarascon, eleven; Adjt. Jallllor, ten; One of tho Goiman planes Habo hud I waa not safe. If II V sPewI! position to establish what the Mary i'"Pt. Mutton, six; Horgt. Soullllor, Now Yoik, Juno both Of his motors bhot to piecta and I heard anyone coinXo Safe. five.1 was .forced t glldo tb'tho earth: losses wero. ing I would run anil Tlmchlki occuplea the iinusim! Custoiuor: Are these genuine goldot being tho leg-i- l wlfo of Fortunate!? for hint Ito' came down liSRlBS'SHl lock thu door sotlioy fish? would not sou 1110. Has a (itxxl Opinion of Chamber. two uion. That novel status has been Just Inside Hie Frirch lirst lino,! I tried several docSalesperson: D'yer think they're . Iuhi Tablets, tieiich. tors and tiiev did not fixed lor her thru a decision render- plated? FOR FLETCHER'S Corp. Wullmiiin was Hying on singhelp niis so I said to ed by. Justice Greenbaifiu refusing "f hamborluln'ii Tablets aro a JiJTMZJ..i rsW v le b(oul duty on May 1, when ho was 1 urttl lifitfi 4fk Alt fiamv mother 'I cuena divorce to George Timchlk, her first onier. I no'x: wold nnylliliig that Miss Gentlo Of courso, you cun't lliiWA Ij nn lt..T tnu w D, r . -- .., uicici iniinii m by .. f'...., ....... D.juu... ui me- - Shefjotm ihono of your little husband, who named his wife's sec- bellovo everything you hear. bint iliem," vnteu K B. Trosvy, attacked v. mo Utcntnuml, Tv. Whon troubled will. I'nitliful Army Horio Honored. six muciiiucs. ' 'Inslciul ot (vying to books' and rriy htisbanri said I should try ond husband lis' Miss Gabblo Oh, 110, but you can Foxhall, Faithful Army Horse, bid'finllon or ct.st putlon glvo Urn make off, tho corporal decided1 lo acJ0,w K,ttle. I stopped tho doctor's Mr. and Mrs. Timchlk married In (repeat It. London Answer. Diod Juituary 10, 1010, ut tho age of u t (I. 1106. They sepaiated lu 1908. ci cci the combat. Hy careful maneu-- 1 erlug ho bucoctsle.1 in sending ono ' chumroin me nnd now I am stromr and Seven years later Mrs. Tliiichik uuulo ' f38." Thin. la tho mark on a tomb - ! 4 llrlnglng Trouble. of tho nemy crashing lo the earth by do all my work." Mrs. AuaU3T03 ua extended search for her husband Durlnj? tho past Hlxtecn years tho "That follow certainly 1 n dub." stone that has been orectcd at Fort Wooolnir' ilown nn liim mnl ninunhliiL' IfAl'GHUA.V, Uov 8G, . KnllUUtv Pa ' Sam Houston in Tojcan, and, it tolls in number of Blieep in tho Untied Statea without finding him. llelluvlng him ,... ,,. r' . "For why?" ,er l,oa,l' B,, remarried. Then Timchlk hi n3itralllLM(3o occouHled foV a sec-- .1 ,,.'.'!''." V0,ntlnu,, ft0 "I told him I bossed my wlfo, and In wwords tho long, faithful record has decrenBi'd from 01.COO.000 to ond uiacMne, which caught flto ivid his suit for ho went and told her." Ichaiigov of ono of God'a uoblest uulmals, and 49,000,000. There aro thoso who d existence. inisuiK thrce- - "leuppcart d ,, hurtied to the caith. Tho remaining rourths of th joy of living, vfieii tJiuy uivorcu. the affection In which ho hud enshr'lii- - hold tho doK rcsponslblo for dccllnoi .... i.i......i . . ..... 1.. .1 ... .. . . y four machines, quickly withdrew and ' ??" nd health 111 Lydia k.PiiuMmtu'a "Whom Is pretty Mrs. Caddy In uu uuuBuit uiiituiK mc men 01 mu " mu hhvop ,industry, Whoroono cutcis lulu a becond rruiiauiy ,. .... way .... . VcifeUiblo (. niiiiiound 7 11... curpora. . ... ort. n.auo 111a few really bellovo thia. In Auslralla nacK 10 17 .. w,,,,. , Ul, fr,. n,n,;,.i .,.. murrluKo," said Justice Greoiiba'uni, mourning" for?" the French Nues Willi tho canviiH vicoaddreas UydUT. ltiVlmiacdiciav "Nobody, that I know tf, but she is n ll,s rtocllon, "uftor an absoucu of In 1889 ho wuh purchased for tho tho number ot sheep bay fallen ulnco from his vvmiq "Ml Ik ploocs and flap- - Co., Lynn, iMwa, army and thereafter for twenty-fou- r five cnsectivo years of the husbaud lu biaok for her husband." 19H from 92,000,000 ttf 69,009,0fls r nrn !TO$ttWsro;s$$S4ft;( nrjin J CALL ON US For Overcoats, Suits, Odd Pants, Ladies' Coat Suits and Cloaks. Don't miss us. All new and J -- o, i.i - - ... Hub ClothitigCo. HARTFORD, KY. ry,,T'nB,r,C:J:i.Z"ThP, ... I ... y. tln-mlb- -lon SSWS!VSSVSSW( one-tlioo """.. 1 to-da- y i:.j:ms s ur uini, .. 'n thi l'"e im,.r.. nt litro. I Hur-fac- foun-ljtlo- I 1 K anti-aircra- ft J j ... nt 1 ..,.'. - -I- .i.'n Ti,ni,iirinin, ,... ,v fr -- n Cape-to-Cr- ! flag-,liip- I - .... (. 1s er daL-jer-o- us SICK WOMAN CRYING SPELLS jf ,iJ lt" n, 'di-splt- o Sub-Lieu- - u mam v.:-iszffi- Children Cry i,i CASTOklA Xgt f, -- '"--- 1 &'," i half-hearte- aud-broug- 1 1 1 1 1 - on It at regular intervals until reT paid. Tho Government borrows money KY. TAX BODY HELD in tills way only utter it has been given the right to do so by BASE of Congress approved by tho President, or tho loan are set out und MARSHALL CIIOSKX HKCItKTAItV, In tho net. .1 CLKltKH XAMICJ), I.OGA.V ovi:imtiu:m uaui: vkxkzukla Hack of the promise of the Govern-ornmeCHAIK.MAX. von .M,it(..mr. island, stnnds tho honor of the GovOKI-- ' COAST. ernment and nlj its tnxlng resources. Itcally the whole wealth of tho Nation Frankfort, Ky., Juno 2. The stands behind this solemn promlso U. S. TAKES Stnto Tax Commission, composed of of the Government to pay. STAND This makes a United States GovII. L. Greene, Stato Auditor: M, M. Logan, of Hrownsvllle, former At- - ernment bond tho safest Investment tomcy General, and J. A. Scott, of In the world. If tho bond o'f. tho HiiccfvtH Would l'nt (termini In Plkevllle, former Asslstnnt Secretary United States Government Is not safe, IHsIjiiico Of of State, held Its first meeting here no property In the United States is Cniml. I Logan was elected chair- safe. If the United Stntcs can not pay its bonds, it is hnrdly probable man of tho commission. Marshall, of this city, Intern- that It will be able, to protect he citiHen Wushlngtou, Juno 2. -- Iteports al lleveiiue Collector for the Seventh zens in their other rights. The Liberty Loan Bonds of 1917 have reached Ufa Government from Congressional District, who will he hourccs considered rellablu that Gcr-masucceeded by Gen. Percy Haly, was aro especially atracllvo Investments. is attempting to gain control of elected secretary of the commission Not only have they this absolute safety characteristic of all United States the Island of Margarita, off the const satisfactorily." at an annual salary of $2,000. of Venezuela, for line as a submarine T. II. Jones, of Calloway County: bonds but they are free not only Imhu. Thu State Department has Gates Young, of Daviess County, and from all existing taxes but from any Sour Stomach. forwarded the Information received W. N. Cook, of Allen County, wero war tax that may subsequently be Is a mild form of Indigestion. This to Venezuela for the consideration of It is usually brought on by eating elected clerks nt annual salaries of levied. No state, city, nor county Venezuelan olllclals. too rapidly or too much, or of fo6H $2,400 each. These men sire to per may tax them. The inheritance tax The exact nature of the advices Is not suited to your digestive organs. form such services ns may bo direct- of the United States and of some withheld, hut ofllclals permitted It to If you wilt eat slowly, masticate your ed by the Tax Commission and tho States may affect them, or rather, hi'como known today that ihu report food thoroughly, cat but little meat expenses como out of their annual anect tiietr transfer after death of the owner by will or by inheritance. had caused some concern here. They iiid none at alt for supper, you will salaries. Another advantage these Liberty Indicated that they had positive con-1- 1 nioro than likely avoid the sour Will I)oFIe'd Work. mini Ion of overtures designed to Jones will perform services In the Loan Bonds possess is that if the fctomuch without taking any medicine control of the Island but that vhatevcr. When you liavo sour counties of Fulton, Hickman, Carlisle Government issues bonds later on they vero uncertain whether tho stomach take ono of Chamberlain'i Uallard, Graves, McCracken, Callow during this war at a higher rate of effort had met with any degreo of TnLlets to aid digestion. Livingston, rrigg, Interest the holders of Liberty Loan Marshall, xn ay, success. yon, Crittenden, Caldwell, Hopkins, Bonds will be allowed to exchange at Olllclals do not hellcva tluH the Young will perform par their bonds for bonds bearing the and Christian. Government of Venezuela would be a ALLAH OPPOSES services In the counties of Webster, higher rate of interest. party to any such alienation of Union, McLean, Mulhenberg, Daviess, KOIt THE MKHCHAXT. tho temporary. Venezuela Ohio, Hancock, Grayson, Drccken-rldg- e, THE YOUNG TURKS U ono of tho South American Gov-- 1 Larue. Meade, 'Hardin and Want to Hurry tjrnincnts Hint have joined In proCook will perform slmlllar services Mitkcs Customers Back. testing against submarine warfarn as In Logan, Dutlcr, Warren, Simpson, conducted by Germany, althn her ALMAXCK WITH GKKMAXV UX- - Edmonson, Hart, Allen, Darren, Service real honest-and-tru- e Sertechnical position remains ono of HOLV, SO SAY ORTHODOX Monroe, Metcalfe, Green, Taylor, vice In a grocery store, Is a wonderneutrality. MOI1KMMKDAXS. Cumberland and Adair Counties. It has been known by tho American Miss Ora Hazellp, law clerk in the fully valuable asset I jnean tho Government for weeks, however, that olllco of Attorney Gen. Logan, was kind of Service that makes the groc-ever- y store customers want to hurry German influences have been actively Cairo, Egypt, Juno 2. Thc Young employed by tho Commission as corut work iu Venezuela that indirect Turks, who now control tho poration clerk at $1,500 annually and back and buy something more to exif not direct means liavo been used government, have lost all Nlll Mattio B. Morris was given a perience service again. "We will all agree that customers by agentB of tho Kaiser to secure favor in the eyes of Allah by Joining place as stenographer-a- t $1,200 anlife of any business. Without popular uud olllclnl sympathy. present connected arc-than unholy alliance with the German nually. She is ut It is suggested hero that Venezue- Kaiser, according to a proclamation with the office of Attorney General customers, no business can exist, so why not please the customers, and la's accession to tho Germnn over- issued by tho orthodox Mohamma-dan- s Logan. tures In tho case of Margarita is It Tho duties of Jones, Young and make them satisfied customers? at Mecca. is Just, rendered very unlikely by the fact It was the orthodox sect of Mus- Cook will ho to ascertain value of happy as easy to keep a custoiricr as to make him unhappy, and Uiat Venezuelan olllclals could not sulmans who recently revolted in lands In dlffcren counties, their real fall to renllzo tho seriousness of pass- southwestern Arabia, declaring them- value and assessed value. These men with service nt the disposal of every age of tho island to the control of an selves freo from tho Turkish Govern- will have Inquisitorial powers, and it grocery storekeeper and his helpers, enemy of tho United States. It is ment nt Coiibtanipole. will be their duties to gather all poss-ihl- o the grocery store really can be the pointed out that the cession even tho Information relating to uncqual-Izc- d most plasant place for shopping in TIil of Mecca, has protemporary would bo a clear violation mulgated a proclamation tho world. taxation. to the To be sure, It Is not always easy of tho Monroe doctrino and would faithful, betting forth tho grounds of Jones Is at present a member of undoubtedly call for energetic and tho rebllion of tho Holy Places of Is- tho Legislature, representing the to.be bmillng, and apparently happy, personal troubles and our prompt opiKjsltlon by this govern- lam against the young Turks and of Calloway County district. He was ment. author of the compromise amend- store troubles should never bo allowthe assumption of the title of King Margarita Is off tho northern coast of tho Hedjaz by tho Grand Sheriff ment making tho State Auditor a ed to interfere with tho courteous of Venezuela, near tho southeastern of Mecca. It says in part: member of tho State Tax Commission teatment of our customers, because comer of tho Caribbean Sea and Gates Young is assistant clerk of they aro thelife of the business, and "We, tho elders nnd laywors of tho within striking distance of tho Pana- House of God, aro among those whom the. State Senate, and has served In they should bo well taken .care of. mas Canal. It is about COO miles God has permitted to serve tho faith that capacity for several years. He Worth Their Weight In Gold. A pleasant "Good Morning," a from Culcbni and 1,000 from Colon. and defend its truths. Tho world also Is County Election Commissioner Its adjacent waters, Including thu nnd its treasures, in comparsion of Daviess County. Jones nnd Young friendly "Good Night," and an honest ''Thank You" cost no man a penny Gulf of Carioo, would mako It ad- with truth, aro not worth ho wing aro Democrats. yet each and all are worth their mirably adapted as u naval base. is a Republican and former Cook or an insect, for there is no other weight in gold. purpose for man in this life except County Judge or Allen County. ItuslnchH Scholarship. Service is the world's finest merAuditor Grceno nnd Commlsstonc" preparing for eternity. Wo have for sale, a scholarship, It costs less and brings "Wo liavo discerned the hearts of Scott wero appointed a committee to chandise. Rood for n completo course in either a system of books and procure greater dividends than anything you tho uspurcrs of Osman's Empire. We dovlso Uookkccplng and Accounting or have learned their evil purpose with mcessary books for tho use of the liavo to offer or sell. It is no special Owons-bor- o credit to the grocery man that his Stenographers Courso in tho regard to our faith; wo have beheld commission. itoro bo clean, wholesomo and atDusiness & Industrial College. crimes nnd wickedness in this their tractive; nnd that his merchandise For particulars apply at Republican pur Holy Land, and our faith has Tho Terms of tho Liberty Loan. Q acceptable to his customers. Those tf shown us the path of salvation, nnd office. The act authorizing tho Liberty Loan Bonds of 1917 was passed londltions are all matters of absolute in its unmo wo liavo acted according April 24, 1917. It provides for tho KKI'PKMN IUSSKXOKK Without them no liAUNCHKI) to our duty to ourselves nnd the Issuanco of $5,000,000,000 of ZVi merchant can last in trade. KOUTK TO Hi: Moslenms of tho world. payahlo you as the I lay "Every Moslem who would consid per cent bonds, tho interest 15 and greatest service before dis3, A Ilorllu semiannually on December London, Juno asset a grocery man iias. er this matter should seek its cause patch, transmitted by tlto lOxchnngo and ascertain tho nature of evil Juno 15 of each year. Tho principal Vou can mako It as great as you will, Copenhagen correspondtho 15th day and the moro you give, tho Telegraph against which wo roso in nrms when is repayablo on or after option of tho greater your service ent, states that tho Aeronautical Club wo return. Servico spells of June. 1932, nt tho found words wero of no avail. Government, and If this option Is not success. Team Work. "will establish n Zeppelin routo be"As for us, wo aro absolutely cer-tn--- exercised tho bonds will run full 30 tween Hamburg nnd Constnntpolo for that tho secret committee of the years and become duo Juno 15, 1947. .'1MPIXOS KAGIMt TO lmili nnaatiiiftora nml nnatnl trnlllr nt "aS otor,OU8,y KXTEK U. S. NAVY Tho bonds nro exempt both as to a cost of 40.000.000 marks. Eleven !,Y"U!1B T"riC .part: dlsoboyed God. No words stayed principal and interest from all taxaalong tho routo uro plauncd. stations their hands from crime, and no op- tion, national, .Slate, county, or Manila, P. I Juno 2. Enthusiasm o position prevented tho ovll conseAt'STKIA WOl'LD KXCHAXOn municipal, except tho Inheritance) tax, (or tho war rules high among the I'UI.SOXEKS WITH ITALIANS quences of their actions. Let no ono which Is really not n tax o prop- Filipinos. They nro almost ununim-susl- y think that wo speak vain things, erty, but on the transfer of property royal to the jUnltei! States. They have not forBotten how tho Tails, Juno It. Tho Petit Parisian Tliuro stand tho facts and events by will or Inheritance. , x prints a dispatch from Geneva stating which every mun by inquiry can asTho bonds nro to bo sold at par; jcrman flept threatened Dewey at has expressed n doslro certain for himself. Wo shall bring that Is, dollar for dollar, no premium Manila in 190S and might well huvo that Austria beto affect tho wholesale Interchange of forth theso fncts and lay them and no discount. They nro to bo sold attacked tho American warships had with Italy along lines pro- fore tho Mohammedan world when by tho Treasurer of the United States not tho Ilritlsh licet mado it clear it prisoners posed recently by tho International necessity demnuds. and by tho Federal Itcservo banks. would supporUtho conquerors of tho . Want Itelinblo Ited Cross for Germany and Trance. Hut all banks, National and Slate, Spaniards. "Now wo content oursolvcs with post offices, and express companies Tho islanders nro especially eager Tho Austrian proposal will bo considbegging thoso of our brcthern who liavo been designated ns ngents of to enter tho United Stats Navy. Hereered boon by tho Kod Cross olllclals. oppose us to send somo rcllablo pertho Government to recclvo applica- tofore, the local seamen could get son or persons to Constantinuole, the tions for these bonds. It Is almost as 'uto tho navy only in snhordinato poEulogy On Tho Horse. . In an eloquent tribute to tho horso capital of tho Unionists, and there easy to purchnso ono of theso bonds sitions and theso In local waters o money alone. written by that nctivo friend of ani- witness personally, as ..we liavo our- as it Is to get a mals, Mr. Genrgo Foster Howell of selves witnessed, Moslem women em- order. nut Admiral G. Winlcrlialer has Hrooklyn, N. Y nnd published In a ployed by tho government und exIt is not necessary to pay cash in asked Washington for permission to posed in public plucs unveiled before full for n bond. One cay pay down 2 enlist Filipino seamen in tiny class recent Issue of tho Ledger-DispatcNorfork, Virginia, occur theso perti- men of Btrango nations. per cent of the purchase prtco on ap- for which they can qualify. If the "Wo endeavored to please God and plication that is, $1 for a $50 bond, United States Government nent paragraphs: grants tho horso avoid a rebellion so long as it was $2 for a $100 bond, etc. 18 per cent this request tho result is hound to "On tho battlefield wo rebelled In ordor to on July 25, 1917; 20 per cent July ho very activo recruiting here, as tho fncPH tim onomv ns bravely as tho possible most heroic bohller that over carried plenso God, and Ho gavo us victory 30', 1917; 30 per cent August 15, native press, without execeptton, a bayonet, and when Miot and shell and btood by us in support of His 1917; and tho balance 30 per cent, urges tho" Filipinos to thow their! tenr nnd rend his powerful body ho law and religion, and In accordance August 30, 1917. sratltudo for tho libery and progress gives up his llfo for mnn without a 'with a wisdom known to Him which to which they have boon assisted by whimper ho utters only the groan would lead to tho uplifting of His Tho Government of tho United Americans nnd help Undo Sam fight of tho dumb and speechless. It was people. Every Moslem heart In tho States has two methods of raising this big war. ho who delighted thu hearts of kings, Ottoman emplro, oven among the money. Ono Is by taxation. Tho princes, and potentates. Ho Is tho ( Turks in Anatolia and, among the 5thor is by tho salo of bonds, which Watch for overloading, ovorepecd-lug- , d useful servitor not only of royulty members of tho Turkish roynl family Is a method of borrowing money. badly harnessed aud hut of tho humblest human creature, In the paiaccu, prays God for our The Government bond Is the print- horses, for wann weatlier is with us, success, and God always answers ed promlso of tho Government to pay. ivb..'ii tho .liqrjso.foejs tliee crueltels ho ho peasant or oven peddler. and back tho borrowed buui of money nt moro than nt any other sctifon of tho "Ono torment of tho librae's llfo is tho prayers of tho oppressed " .. the average thoughtlessly cruel boy righteous." a certain thno, and to pay Intorcst jear. BERLIN SEEKS U-BOAT Sk-iklii- who drives tho grocery wagon. tThc llnltftl Mt 1u..M ll..1.n .... .Itn ..MnM than tho reins nro given a hard, Hhnrp slap on tho horse's back and ho Is kept going at high speed. When he wants to stop ho hauls up tho lines so suddenly and so violently As to almost pull the animal down on his lutunchs. Many of these Irresponsible oiitliu heat tho horse with tho whip, and tho welts thus made nro always silent witnesses of tho hoy's cruel nature, but tho grocery-ma- n Is too busy lo know or to car? what happens to his horse, so long ns ho can sell groceries and deliver the goods. "In dealing with the horse, let U3 put ourselves in his place. Let us practise tho golden rule. Suppose. you were the horso and the horse tho liinn, how would you liko tho horse to treat you? 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The Value of "The Crisis" as an educational play, unite apart from its entertainment value, is brought home by opinions of men and women who lived through the days of civil conflict; Bring The Children The picture i historically correct and will properly Instruct an dinform about the greatest chapter In tho record of our great United State?. A photoplay classic hat will bo applauded. of Htar players, Including Bessie Hyton. Geo. W. Fawcett, Sara Drane, Thomas Santschl, Eugenia Besscrer, Marshal Ncllan. Frank Weed. Will Nachln, Cecil Holland and Matt B. Snider. ' lda!: S5100' work which we can't afIford to overlook or leave out. The c,ass of MM Moi,Ie Duncan- ,c ,he Sunda3r sb001 was the l'ontotfl' ",trd MfOrtlnK to lw at of tb Mcond , the fiirst to Ucd at Jerusalem and HntUoit, Ky.. Mtaall "" rtiua. a'trost outdistanced ore of the oth- Kansas City, Juno 6. Tornadoo jxniAX AGKXT AND OFFICERS ers m tnelr rac for the Holy Land TV. H. TIN8LEY, Kditor & Bum. Mrt. Young blood tells almost every time. night and early today spread last DKIVK.V OKK RESERVATION Witness, the old felloes of th Bible 'death and destruction through rural HV XAYAJOS. to i"Us hardly rot started ca their Address all communications districts of Missouri and Kansas. I Republican. they p?ed had journey, Che Hartford Reports tonight showed fifteen were 'a splendid attendance alsost every killed in Missouri and nine in KanIgnacla, Colo., June 5. Ute Insas. The number of Injured, ha dians on their reservation near here Sunday, but failed to observe the lit NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS new t to o things for which the otaerr re-ahuerltTii dilrln th inir retched approximately 150 and estl-- ( refused to register.under the'" ddrm mni-- t (rlvn the old ddn In mnVIag th mates of tho property damage place ,t d credit. . selective draft and spent S of the moit rtqarnl. i,uuu,uuu ".10 z,- -i day dancing war and "bear" dances. lln- - nnd Uc it i.r.ywnere irom noln t.ocl iinrt Notion 10c pr w t.M..-f- c . . 7. . pr Hoc lor rricb ml'llllunal Inwrtlnn. Th ink,.V; nn.noo. Tho Creates! oss of fe i in native costume, a numDer or tne 1 of ifc.RMA. ATT.Mhb :tnii:iri-ntlwas In Hoone county. Mo.. younger UtltDurlMi. llmolotloni nnil Card men are said to be out in Hub, miibfj In ailvunoi. dipping here and vlicrt tho tornado I the. 'hills' near here and to have ob-Ctiun.li Notlim tir nTirlcwi Irw, bat othi-London Jnse 5.The 6ertSan Ad- thi're as it raged from the south- tained a quantity of liuor, lvf rtlMmnt, 5r ir lln. Irciralty has promised a safe p&cuge no western to tho northeastern corner, will conimuiit.atloni Anonjuioa iuai iu i.i is rejorie.i !throurh ,he barred ,oae to ali neu ttontlon clMmrd eleven persons, lu Carroll, At art a Tin if . rra t a no1 fft hni trtfc C .tral vessels In EnglUh port on July Kay count es. farther .niton and settlement. Threats also have been 1. provided they carry distinctive thren at Rich i wfHi four am ...... .. made against the Indian agent at' - .,..3.23 Ca.cafeoxlfe.x3. ....M .t-- ,. .v awaw CS n ond and one at Whitman the- reservation. It was tald. LIuWal wording to a Heuter dispatch from In Kansas the deaths totaled Agent lirhen Auiiy. by way or Arasteruam. . . ice ii.ni in thr, nmtitrv Houtheast and' ' f'astaff' Ariz. June o. .Navajo ari:!0uncerneul relu.ratcs tbat Ens- IUXK 8 I'RIDAY west of Topeka. n(, other was killed f an Indian agent and t,le tailing of has ?u at faonburg, near Iola, where the ,' . l,r ' aI , n rlt1 I tornado appeared early today. -The coal Investigation proved to "" vv .'ats fixed by the German Admiralty The course of the tornado was """ of when the latter as Mf lhU8 hampwlnB lhe supp,y here y east lie n rather tame, If not cold, affair. iiiurNtd by odd jumps. First if apThe coal Ilarons didn't even get a nea; d near Topeka, early In the day went to register the Indians under ftf foC), to neutra, countrIoSi the ar army selective draft bill, ac - j Ml "bet up." aiWH Ulat b)nce th(J (.crman goa anu then came to earth again In Ha cording to advices reaching here to-- ,)arr,or ,g effectlvc onIy agalnRt the oonntj , Mo., shortly before midnight. nifiiT millone-haTo mine an army of llio German enemies of Germnny 'I hen it tore tbrouKh a wide .- ec - . -' ion, It Is estimated that about one ' j lie omcers icareu the In- - nnv.il rntnmnnil. ilnsnlte serious tnll- , , , . . . -., w .. . .. siQ registering on Tues- tion or mat county, wipeu out ur.i' ,, out of every "8 wo' ", K. " "....,T" .r.pau ' ' Itary objections, has decided once the tout, of Dean Lake, In Carro,: ? day, will ho drafted. nc.v more to meet the wishes of the neu-tc- r coiiny, and then swooped down .u.t.. f tlioni. It was retiorted. reg- attain, trals who are suffering through Eug demollshiig the practically Now, that we liavo ourselves Rellglou.s Refusal. land's arbitrariness, ami therefore istered, let's get 1jus get In home tile town of Whltam. I'hoenlx, Ariz., June 5. Thn-has given orders that all neutral to 'I'ie toruadi descended again fit hundred Russian colonists, good time growing something s, ships In England shall bo granted eat, before we are called to service. i'ujvlddico in the hills of southwestsettled near Glendale, uafe passage through the barred zone ern Boone county and twisted Its nine miles est of I'hoenlx, declln - on Jul,y J provl(1(1(, they carrv dlli. Of the '.'A registrars who put In 14 way through Midway, I'rathersvill?, They are ed to register tinctive signs and follow Indicated or ir hours in Ohio county 'last fit'ilrvlllo and through Centrally, af- - , members of a religious order, the routes." Samuel, !S2 Ur vhlch It disappeared Tiietiday for their Uncle and was Molokans, a branch of the Boukho-barGerman assurances of eafe conduct did mi without asking for apy sort of no more until It struck and had taken a vow against to Swedish and Norwegian steamers sum baved by Kay., this morning. of remuneration. Tho warfare. In British ports on July 1 wcro antho Government will pay the Interest United Stales Attorney Flynn Is nounced on May 30. year on $.'!,GG7 of the bonds for one Tornado In Pennsylvania. out of the city, but Assistant United In procesH of IhkiiuI. Tho sacrifice Jchiistown, i'a., Juno 0. One States Attorney Langstou said toI BEAR. !i MORTALLY by these VI men may be appre- man was killed and three were made night that under Instructions from INJURED AT REXDERSOX ciated when considered as a whole. lato today by a tornado like tho Government previously received windstorm that swept across the top he would lodge a complaint against BUTV. Henderson, Ky., Juno C Four of the Allegheny 'Mounalus near hco No sane man, who Is not a crook, late today. The men had drive'n Into the Russians without waiting for fur- high school, students were Killed and desires to see lilt or any other coun- a barn for shelter and tho bam col- ther instructions from Washington. two perhaps fatally injured at 7:10 A delegation of the Russians, con- tonight,- when a Henderson-Evans-vlll- o try in a state of war. By crook, I lapsed. Thousands of dolars of dammean some vulgar leech or parasite, age was done to orchards and grow- sisting of Michael I'ioroff, of Glen-daltraction car struck an automoa priest, and I'hillp Sllmblu and bile In which tho six were riding who would, with foul hands, attempt ing crops. John Maniu, of Los Angeles, left to- tlirte miles north of the city. to, and delight in straining silver and 'Ilii-eDie In .Michigan. day for Washington with a stalemuit Tlio.no killed woro: i;old from etrrnniH of blood, (lowing Detroit, Juno C. A storm of cy- v. hlcli saysj Duncan Clore, 1C. from voumls of patriots In tho de"Wo left our native country .Trans- fense of their country, their homes clonic intensity that swept over Ceil Jdiulo Mlluer, 17. Louis Ilolo way, 17. nnd their honor, which to the liillen tral Lower Michigan today caused Caucasia, with many dllllciillicH and at least three persons, Iosk of property and arrived lu this Nellie Basket!', 10. mi well as to tlio surviving warrior the deaths of But Injuries to nearly thirty others and country In tho first decade of tho 1b almost always u holy cause. Tho Injured are: Marvin Grlfllii, 15. to nave my life I can't 'see Just how did property damage which It Is es- -' current century, solely because our aro against Frank Cheaney, 15. a religious sect or body of men who tlnmted will amount to nearly $1,- - religious convictions Tho young people had attended a by tyranlcal oppression, have been 000.0UU. .More than fifteen of the bearing arms and military service. Tho tenets of our fulth have led us reception given by Juniors to seniors tlrlvon from their homes, even from Injured received serious hurts. to tlesti-fjwith lire, lu I'hoenlx, Ariz., nt Atkins Turk. Tho machine occuplace to plnco nnd when they finally In the year 10 111, the residue of arms pied by Uicm was struck at what is pl.iut themselves under tho RECRUITING FOR REGULAR land and AR.MY LIGHT IX KENTUCKY which tome of us had, and to aban- known ns Watson's Crossing. The folds of it Mag of a country wherein don the uko of all the different r.uto was ground beneath tho car, they go unrestricted In their soclul, Report on Recruiting, Louisville meats as food and the killing of ani- which was running at tho rate of religious and IhimIikhh activities and thirty miles an hour. jileasures, so long as Ihey uru reason- Recruit lug District for tho months of mals." . able mid go no ftu liter In their in- April and May, 11)17, by counties, CHURCH NOTES. KImiiI Point .Meets. . dulgences t lnt it tho average person lu showing quota due front each county, April 1, l'J17. Number of men Tho Ohio County Fiscal Court met permitted to go. Vest, wliero they Ch'.Idrcn'K day was approprlnny In special session hero Wednesday are even protected anil defended by furnished during April and May, by counties, and number of men duo dseived hero last Sunday, by i'io with Judge John B. Wilson, pretho laws of the laud of their adoption, huVny School of tho M. 13. Church siding, anil Justices B. W. Taylor, from each county June 1, 1017: I lien when those c. Tlchenor, Wlnson Smith, S. L Qiiota.l'iir'd. Duo Soiilli. lu tho tendering of a apt !.: 11 seems to mi, fellows of the 11 to 12 oVl ,, ,t, j irulkcrson. W. S. Bean, B. F. Rice, 2S piogiam, from 14 42 poeitllar rellKlous sect are (ailed up- Breckinridge 'IX, 112 noon. Tho llltlu ones acquitted th, in- - ij,j shown uml S W. Leach presort, 7 on in do III in - bit. they, will, a holy IliilloiH2 I i:ivpH 28 r.i pelves wllh much hotior uml gave county Attorney A. D. Kirk was o liorror draw their gniinonls about older ultondanls nno hour or ,. j attondanco, 7 Miss Sophia A, 21 II litem nnd cxuluim that ttV against hMiuoiiHou r. :ir, real unadulterated pleasure , '10 .Woornor purfornmd tho clerical du- tliolr iiillguiUK principles to go to (iiayjum :i 17 n Tho Sunday School of tho Chris- - t03 f0r tho tourt. war or In any manner shed blood, or Hancock 28 tlau Church obsmved and hold Clill- El Tlio court pabsed upon and nllow- ir lo in any wine aid. It ulrlUes mo that Ilardlu (17 dron's day services Sunday, comment'-'0(- i 1 OK quto a number of clulms of minor on the Hopkins 1 can nee why (hoy have bwu 1 21 lug at 7:30 p. in., with about a oao importance, and by unanimous voto 27 urn not MoI.ohii move nil theno yours, mid This service was entered an order Incroaulne the pay 2 10 hour's proKiunime. 21 whether they Mtmdu absolutely eeitttlii li 21 of a veiy pleasing and Instruttivn for thoao working upon public roadi 27 r.uould ho deemed to bo puriuuiumtly Muhlenberg r.n r.2 nature and showed that no little ef- und bridges from $1.G0 to $2.00 per :i located now or not. Even Clirlut Ohio fort hud been iniulo In preparation. day. Tho court adjourned until utlrrod things up and Hayed the (iD7 Tho recitation or llttlo MUs Emily court In course, Tolul from, Ky.. tiuuple. tditiuliH out of the Fair Riley was mpcclally attractive J. H. BATTLE, MaJ, of Lift., and without detracting from any of FIST I'lfiHT AT .SENATE Ruiiiultlug Olllcui'. III I'ICKSO.VK KILLED IX COMMITTEE HEARING Kil. Xoic Wu wuro not able to ' Ilia others wu perhaps tho most enS! KTATIIS HY CYCLOXIM nui tlio entire list of count Ion as Joyod and appreciated, Washington, Tliow Children's Day services hvo Juno C. .Former !. Sovon ruinlshed UN by Major Buttle, so ro- Mo., Juno porou vvui' laled and much dam-iiL'- o .in..,. Hi,, ut,. turnout in' ii fnw nt 1m eiimn to bo looked forward to whli i Roproecututlvo Herman A. Metis, of " "- " " expectancy and mark a dulo In Sun.' Now York ,und Dr. Georgo Walker, done m tho rich Wright county urroiiiiiliiits counties. Hartford Republican. tntr apple belt tonight, when a tornado Mil swooped down between Mountain, (lU Orovo and Norwood. Al wires are duun and only meager reports have romc from tho stricken district. nLUlUlnAllUnf DCPIQTD ATlfilU rnn iitc KtlMINo run Mh" yt ."I, University, a of Johns Hopkins member of the Council of "National Defense, got Into a row In which blows wcro exchanged yesterday at tho Senate Patent Committee's hearing on legislation to commandeer German patents on snlvarsan, a specific drug treatment of an insidious disease. There was a heated argument, in which spectators raid each man struck a blow and then clerks and others Intervened. Metz was opposing the legislation and considerable bad feeling had developed at the of Bowling Green during the past year. His death was mi exceedingly sad one, the suddenness of which: does not lighten the shock. MHJ OX T.RACT IX KltOXT )!' HEX. WOOICK TRAI.V ''Ahuiiinii, JIU r Chnttauoogn, Juno 5. Railroad officials Investigating tho finding or n largo timber on tho track In front of tho train which last night bore Maj. Gen. Leonard Wood from Chattanooga to Birmingham, aro Inclined to believe tho obstruction fell from n passing freight train, and that hearing. At a hearing before the commit- Its presence- was merely an accident. ter sometime ago two lawyers got They are, however, thoroughly Investigating tho incident. . into a fist fight. AUSTI.V. t JTuJ-mBio- 1 ..... Vi to-da- ..,, - ,... .., bt-ril- "Z "...i" " ." Pre-'ntt- " "ra -- Funeral services were conducted over the remains of Elbert Austin, yesterday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. Mr. Austin met his death in the cyclone which ravaged tho southern portion of tho county on Wednesday evening. After funeral services, the remains Vero deposited in the Shultz burial grounds. Mr. Austin was a young man of splendid character, ho was at one time a student of the school at .this place, but attended tho Stato .Normal' i lf LSKI MAILS TO GET BIBLES FRAUBULEXTLY, CHARGER Chnrgrd with using the United States malls fraudulently to obtain bibles, Levi Skaggs, 29, of Greens-bur- g, Ky., was brought back to Louisville by United States Marshal James .and locked In tho county jail on a charge of misusing the United States malls. It is alleged that Skuggs, who was engaged In Sunday School work, used the name of another person to obtain bibles by mail order and then sold the bibles to varloim purchasers thruout the State "-"-- .' . - ' 1 trans-L'aucasan- I Straw Hats! 1 t s, ul The approaching of the summer season makes straw hats an imperative necessity. Every class of straw hat is here for men, boys and children. - e, Every Price, From I5c Up to 5.00 Each You can plainly see is no use in worrying and wondering where you can find a straw hat that will match the size ok your purse and meet with your approval as to appearance. This store has made ev there . ery provision your needs satisfactorily. 1 to supply solf-sam- over-ploii- s, 1 .... ', nl-Ih- ........ Panamas, Leghorns, Mi- m s lansrltaiian Straws in all the wanted shapes,.. We want to show you our 1 straw hats. m P R arnes w & Bfo. J Beaver Dam, Ky, J SgjSS I i ... w--- vf Millinery Specials niid-sunnn- Iff mid Mrs. S. thliTwcck, Wo hava a Rubber you money by 4912 O. Keown several days STRAY STREAKS. (By Fluke McFlukt.) The press of the entire country is raving over the llrst'spech made by if M full stock of 1, 2 anil Roofing. Can savo buying from hi. ACTON Hartford, IIIIOS., Ky. DRESS GOODS WHITE AND COLORED WASH GOODS The Season's Favorites 'about Wc arc prepared to give you the newest in Millinery. Jf you have post- poned getting your spring hat, we can now give you new "Sl'KCIALS" at a very.. low. price. Rankin, CoiigrcRRWoman from Montana. Gee whiz, there's a little nnd two splits. Liberal reward. Te- woman at our house who has made a lephone Ohio County Holtllng Works, thousand speeches, "usually with only or-J- . W. King. . 48tf me for an audience, too. Mr. C. U. Roach returned to his homo at Olmstead, Ky., last Monday, To tlio first two or three of Uicsc after spending a couple of days here speeches I attempted to reply, but with his unclo, W. W. Drowder, on the lai 997 or 8 ocuhIoiib this woCounty Farm Demonstrator. man's speech marked the beginning Hon. ASUonTieTtTarrlved in and closing of tlio argument and her Hartford on last Tuesday afternoon motion to adopt, amend, postpone or , to visit his father, Mr. W. G. Ben- reject, carried as smoothly as ever a nett, and other relatives. Mr. Ben- Pork Barrel bill went thru the Nanett will likely return to Loulsvlllo tional House of Representatives. to-da- y. LOST One black sow, weighing Miss 100 pounds, crop off right car at Popular Prices CARRY OVKR prevails1, so yon can visit our. STOCK," now Millinery Department with the assurance that you will find what you want, at prices greatly reduced. Our motto, "NKVKR i Wash Goods 9 Mr. Crlt Hcrrin, of "Hopkins coun ty, was calling on old friends hero Mr. Herrin will visit Wednesday. frlonds and relatives In Beaver Dam, Fordsvlllo and Owensboro before returning home. Wanted at once old Iron 40 cents per 100 lbs., old Rags $1 per 100 lbs. and get your Fertilizer, Field Seed and Farm Implements from D. L. D. SANDEFUR, Beaver Dam, Ky. 4St3 When in the market"for anything In the Furniture line, don't forget tlio House .that has the Goods and Saves You Money. ACTON BROS., There Is a right smart sornencss around the Republican office and Ohio County Drug Co.'s store, because Dr. Ford, Coombs and the Herald gang succeeded in getting all of that Carnival stuff located In front of their Joints, yep, wo sorter hold It against Rowan Holbrook and Mut Sport Suiting, white with' stripes and figures, at 25e to GOc. Hunterftoo. emn and binding engagement with Fluke, to take an excursion to Adalr- Vllle, on a sort of missionary Jour ney, absolutely flew the coop and when last heard from was heating ii for some point In Indiana. stole that old maid's heartand he is now a fugitive from Justice, but I hardly. think that John H. could be successfully charged with grand larceny for theft of a heart he could sneak. Give ,us a bunch of beads oddly strung and It's suare we are. Thomas perhaps, Mrs. Qox says when she needs or Percales, fane stripes in medium, light and dark grounds, also grays. They aro 36 inches wide and priced from 12ic to 20c per yard. Dress Ginghams in fancy plaids and plain colorings, also fancy stripes from 10c to 15c per yard. J. H. Thomas, after making a sol- Plain White Voile, 40 inches wide, at 25c to 40c per yard. Colored Voiles, solid colors, stripes, from 2500 35c. r v The warm weather is sure to come, so while it is cool make that summer dress you will sn're need it. Our stock is very complete, with a large raiige of the latest novelties to select from; MeCall patterns carried in stock, and a competent sales lady to give you every attention. 49t2 -- Hartford, Ky. and with fancy S. L. King & Co., have a largo sick of wire cloth In both black and galvanized, from 20 to 48 inches in TRADE AT 1IOMK, and trade with a house that saves you money. Jgto9b V width. This line of goods can't be bought on the' markets, so if in need . como early. Mrs. R. ErHaynesand"daughter, Miss Beatrice, will leave here Sunday for Taylor Lake, in Butler county, where they go to Join a party of friends fof the week, who are camping at that place. Miss Alice M. Foster, who formerly resided here, will graduato from the Longrldge HIgTi School, Indianapolis, Ind., at close of the present term, June 13th. "The many friends ot Miss Foster wil bo pleased to learn of her good progress. Mr. and Mrs. William Bernes Frost after spending a day or two with Dr. and Mrs. E. II. Pendleton, left hero y for Central City, where they will sneml ono or two days" before returning to their home at Madison-vtlle- . Fancy. White Goods, such as Dimities iri stripes and checks; .Lawns in striped and crossbar effects., Voiles and Lace effects, from 10c to 50c per j'ard. wants the Captain, she simply sends a boy down around the Carnival, as it saves timo to have the boy look thero first. , White Organdie, a nice, sheer quality. This is the newest plain goods used this season for dresses and waists, 25c to 75c. .' . t Wash Silks, in solid colors and fancy stripes, at 25c per yard. You have nevx;r had any fun in all your life of the kind I am experienc ing, unless you've tried writing somo of this doggon stuff with a carnival oncUlock or les from your den. I'm gonna quit Tight now, if I lose my Job. mm Carson i?iftft555AAftftftft & Co. )? HOME WEDDING. Hartford Republican. liun.w L., II. No. 113 No 110 No, 112 : ST. duo duo Lv. Ar. Irvlngton .. C:3B Lt. Irvlngton . . B:C0 Ar. Loulsvlllo . 7j40 No, 111 Lv. Louisville .. 835 Ar. Irvlngton ,.10:0G a. m Lv. Irvlngton ..10:40 a. m 1:04 p. m Ar. EUmltch II., II. & K. R. R. TIME TABLE. South Bound, No. 115 8:45 a, m. Due at Hartford North Douud, No. 114 5:55 p m. Duo nt Hartford (Doth "Mixed Trains.) LIME We now hnvo on hand an amnio supply or barrel Lime. Can on W. i:. ELLIS & 1UU. i:r. C..JUM-- 8 Spvrlal line of Stationery Just In. Prices right. Ii. R. R. TXMK TAULK. 4StC OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. at Ellniltch 8:32 p. m. Mrs. S.0. Keown went to Loulsat EUmltch, 7: 30 vlllo Mrs. Keown wlfl probEllniltch ... 3:40 ably return Sunday. to-da- Su- ... -- r - i At personal news Social Euents. jnd t fr M. T. Likens hns plenty or Ico nnlo. 1 Mr. O. W. Duff, of Trlslcr, was hero Wednesday. Seo Hartford Mill Co., for Llmo, Plaster and Cement. Miss Edna Black" irvlslting relatives In Owensboro. your Soo Acton-BrosTToF- ltubbor 191- Hoso mid Fixtures Mr. C. wrMoseleyTof Ralph, was in town last Wednesday. Mr. Ullllo Miller, Ftirdsvlllo. was in Hurttord Wednosdity. Tlio best" Oil Stovo on the market, 4912 can bo had at Acton Bros. MIbg Mii KoROrsrof Fordslllo, Is the Kuotil of Mrs. H. K. Drown. Iforso Mr. M.IirCrowdojFl" of Branch, wns horo WediieMluy. Mr.' Ilmvard" KlllfTlb vlsltliw; In Masonvlllo this weolt. Whll i) Fish, :i for -- Go. t Hor's Grocery. Choapor Hum imt.lt. , 50 Last clitineo" "to buy CniuUurn, of n0m now being equipped 1 Do, Cans Corn ILKlfS GROCERY. 15o Hi. t Uo .rmr. --f- or " ; ;;; Attorney M. L. Hon villi wuh In . . .,.,, John W. Taylor and two chll- busi3 lioxos Washington CrUp.. iinfl n Hawosvlllo this week on legal drcn, or Mono, rty., aro visiung mo gtnictor8i As yot( tfi0 Uutml statos1 We have Oats, Dlxlo Food, Volvot ness. of Dr. J. W. Taylor and other roduClM, ll0 lrplnnea of sulll- - Hearts atul Bran for sale. M. Crowo ami u. u. famll Jiidgo O. I, , for uami umo ioun- (.AHH prIciw on lho llI)OVOi Ho um, ut l0 IKJUloy wuro 111 Owensboro Tuesday on relatives in iiumorti tyi . v ifinnt. and until American machinos pleaso don't say, chargo, business, Will Pay Oe doz. for Eggs and Mr. and Mrs. Talmago Sout'in rd havo been duveloned to that point, si Messrs. "8. "lOliiDowelf nnd C C. crnft will bo used by 25c pound for Butter. : King, of Dundee, were hero yostor. and llttlo daughters, Corn May nnd forolKii-hul- lt ii.un's anocRiiY. Ivireinltt, of Simniohs, visited Sfier- - American lllers for battlo purposes." day on business. - ' rol-nllv- cs gar, $9.50. ACTON BROS., 49t2 Hartford, Ky. Miss Catherine Turner has returned home after a week's visit to relatives in Owensboro. C. E. Smlth.Commoiiwealth's Attorney, is attending tho Hancock Circuit Court this week. Misses Napier, after a visit to Rev. R. W. Napier and family, left yesterday for Bowling Green. tto Attorney-OC. Martin was In Hawesvlllu this week attending the Hancock Circuit Court. Messrs. 'J. ('. Riley, W. II. Barnes and C M.. Crowo wero in Pleasant Rldgo Wednesday on business T. Leach Mr. and MrsT" Chester-weok-on- d spent last here, tlio guests of Mr. ntid Mrs. W. C. Blaukcushlp. Don't fall to seo 7h6Crisls at the Beaver Dam Opera House Juno 11th, 2:30 nnd 7:30 p. in. Seo their nd on pa go 4. The Ciimpnroglr)s will hike to Beaver Dam next Monday to witness tlio "Crisis" produced ut tlio local opera houso. m of W. K. n. II. ElllsTorlho"-firEllis & Bro left Tuesday with a car load of fine poultry for tlio New York market. Mrs. lkoSaiidcrfurand daughter will leavo next weolt for Detroit, Mich., to Join her husband, whero they will reside. Miss llelblo GlllespTcra trained nurse, of the Jewish Hospital, Loulsvlllo, is visiting her parents, Mr. uu'd Mrs. R. H. Gillespie. Tlio next e.aiiiination"foV teachers In tho common schools of Ohio county will bo held at Fordsvlllo tho 15th and lGth of this month. when If ever, como perfect days! The'month of roses and weddings was Rev. B. W. Napier, "Judge John B again celebrated by tho marriage of Wilson, Messrs. C. O. Hunter, W. H Miss Catherine Margaret Pendleton Barnes. A. I). Kirk and Miss Anna and Mr. Bernes Frost at the home Ray Carson, of this place attended of tho bride's parents, Dr. and Mrs. tlio District Conference of the M. E. E. B. Pendleton, on Sunday, June 3, Church South at Centertown, yes- solemnized by tho Rev. Mr. Napier terday. in the presence of tho family and the Rev. S. M. Bailey, Dundee; Messrs. immedlato friends. Tho parlor was artistically decorO. A. Ralph, Magan; T. C. Bean, ated with French baskets and Jardl-nleNarrows, and Jas.i T. Davis, of near filled with ferns and roses. At Sunnydale, attended the Owensboro tho appointed time the wedding par District Conference of tlio M. E. ty entered to the strains of MendelChurch, South, at Centertown, this sohn's wedding march, after which a week, as representatives of the Dunsoft serenade was played by Miss dee Circuit. Margaret Nail during tho ceremony. Tho recruiting offlce for Co. H, 3rd Tho beautiful brldo was dressed in Infantry, K. N. G., is still open with a golng-awa- y costume of green JerLieut. E. L. Bnrnett in charge'. sey cIoUi and carried a French bouThose desiring to enlist In the ser- quet of lavender sweet peas. vice, rather than take the draft route, Mr. and Mrs. Frost left Immeyet havo an opportunity by making diately midst a shower of rice and application at the local recruiting good wishes for a visit to relatives headquarters. at Central City. After the 10th they TTnaiA lm.,1. III fsn Ull llHIIil t liu . num.. Will will bo at homo in Madlsonvlllc, Ky. XIU,U IllUlll Mr. Frost, who is engaged in bus- deliver lco here in town, at tho floi- ., Uness with tho Barnes-Peas- o Motor 50c; owing prices: charged ut Co., Is to bo congratulated upon win25c; less than rote 00c per 100. Where jou do not ning ono of Hartford's fairest and ladles. purohaso books, will chargo GOc per most charmlng-SPUi- ig ., Tho soverlng of her connection 75c rate lers hundred; 30c Please keep ticket I'ook, with Hartford College Is much retlian ready for lco man us wo gretted by the patrons. or change Their presents wore both many and arc Riling to sell Ico strictly on a applies to everyone. beautiful, among which wns a beaura.ih basis. This Will treat all allko. Pleaso do not tiful water set presented by the factrko o.r'ptions when our man re- ulty of HartfordU- -,College fuses to leavo Ico without money cr y Call at lco plant, or E".is Live (i ml Let Live Prices For tlei.ct. Only. nnd Milling Co., and purchase ticket 100-lbPURE N. O. Caiio locks, and reduco the high coit of Sugar ' $ 8.75 llnnK. x PURE N. O. Cano ICE 00. SLLIS 4UU Sugar 1.00 o 1 can PURE Hoc Lard 12.50 AMKRICAX ARMY FLIERS 1 1.BO BEST Flour TO TRAIN NEAR TRENCHES this prlco is 70c less than ' wholesale today. Washington, Juno 5. Contracts 1.05 Meal havo been awarded to an American 1 Bag Hon Feed i.oo llrm for tho construction of u 2.25 Peabody Colfeo aviation Hold in Franco, 1.85 GOOD Coffee . , , . . . whore American army tilers will re4.75 ceive final preparation before taking I Box Lenox Soap 2.00 their placo at tho float. Tho air- 1 Box Cleaneasy Soap 5.75 craft production board of tho Nation 1 Box Ivory Soap o.r Council of Dofenso announced to 1 Box Xaptlm Heap al day that tho alto had beun selected l Gal. Acid Vinegar and that all construction material il Gnl. llolns: BEST Vinegar. rs I 100-lbs50-lb.,50-lbsTo-daw a. 11-lb10-lb- s. 10-lb- s. What Is so rare as a day In June Hartford, Ky. ATTENTION The Owensboro ftftftft Mmiita Bus Lilt G Started Regular Trips between C Owensbqro and Beaver Dam ' o & & o WEDNESDAY. MAY 16. S ? ? 49 Leaving Beaver Dam at 7:00 a. m. and 3:30 p. m. i Returning arriving at Beaver Dam at 10:30 a. m. and 0:30 p. m. ' l I.NCOIU'OIIAKEU J I i OWENSBORO INTERURBAN LINES ,.... HOUSE BRANCH. C. Virgil Campbell Mr. of spent Monday In Louisville. MIbs I.ucllo Pirtlc, daughter Dr. John Hussell Plrtlo of this place, Dr. Buler, dentist, ot Louisville, and Mr. Vernon Peyton Ligon, of was here several days last week, and Henderson, wero united In marriage kept busy. In Madlsonvlllc, lust Sunday at 12:45. Mrs. C. W. Taylor went to LoulsThe ceremony took placo In tho par- vlllo shopping Thursday and was lors of tho Hotel Madison and was accompanied by her guest, Miss Grace performed hy the Rov. Dillon, of tho Eldrldgo. ot Central City. Tho M. E. Church, of that place. Mrs. Joo Stewart, who has been brido was accompanied to Madison-vll- lo very sick, Is much Improved. , by her brother, Russell PIrtle, Mr. C. D. Bean, of Dundee, visitwhero they wero met by tho groom, ed Dr. J. S. Bean Sunday. who Is Stato Engineer, In chargo ot Mrs. Vernon Crowder and llttlo road construction in Christian coun- daughter, Dorothy Vernon, aro visty. iting relatives at Ccntertpwn. Each of these aro accomplished Mrtr. Claudo Davis, of Loulsvlllo, young people, populqr hi society, nnd Is visiting Mr. and Mr$. B. C. Davis. havo tho befit washes of a host of Mr. and Mr3. Chas. Anient and ' friends. 111., visited children, of Eldorado, Mr. and Mrs. Ltgon will reside at Mr. Walkor Mytlo and family last Ilopkinsvllle, Ky. vcok. I'IKTLK LIGOX. Juno 2' rcroTuil.1;!9. all& .... ! ..... .,,..,, .. - - Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Arnold left Not I)niix'Mu. Tuiwdty for Clinton, " Iowa, to bo Pat: I seo iu tho paper that your gono sovoral days. i wlfo Is sick, Mike. Mr. and Mrs. P. II. Alford visit' Mike: Ah, Pat, she Is that. ed In Cancyvlllo last Sunday. Pat: Sure and Is it dangerous, eho Mrs. Will Sanders has roturnod U? from a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Mlko: Dlvll a biU Sho's too weak Wllllo Ferguson, of Central City. to ho dangerous any more. Dr. J. S. Beau made a businoss . trip to Owensboro Tuesday. Mrs. Johu Pierce, who has had maSomo Cow! For Sulo: A good milk cow giving larial fever, is able to bo up. Mr. Charles Murphy is convalesiiliout throe gallons of milk, also two tons of hay, a wheolburrow and a cent. Mr. Fltzhugh Martin, of Olatou, Democrat wagou. From a Southern m here on business Tuesday. Weekly. " e j ,.l to appreciate tho Importance of this Third, swjme or forage crops food In diets for man. HOTEL Last year a progressive manufacshould always receive n supplemeturer of pork nnd beans mixtures put ntary ration of grain. A study of economy In pork pro out n nilxturo Into which soy beans can be fed a t, , , In Baltimore alone ( ,cU, hoW8 us that for entered largely. and Millet Hay for tho that cotton seed meal gurgliuni the rate of about 10 per cent of tho we siiouiii South. ery reason, provide there are nt least four ennnera nnd States the mash, or f per cciu oi mo iuii l.iniit.iil ruiHiirn ft. eu'liin nennMnllv other manufacturers putting up soy i In the Southeastern " hrccdlnB atock nm, young aiUmnls. beans for human consumption. The tlon. with an equal per cent o sweet sorghums, Sudan grass, mlllcta crojis total nor cent of beef scrap with ex for There arc .two principal ,. ailvnnt . demand, ....., soy beans this coming nncl cowpeas are the lorago , ...,.., , ... ... ,i ,...i planting. rnilrnt results. In sections where. .Of AMERICAN II best suited for summer , , ., ., cnntnin, .,. Iirirpa nrL, noine to be nt least transportation problem, under cotton seed meal Is produced, nair- young. , Tho npIn tho mash In itchy uticte t'ocd yliotcli present conditions, promises to be a of tho -beef, scrap An1n,l lltf itAMnn a higher percentage of protein that good. t. -.., bound, It Powhatan heads the ",tullBlttllC0 which builds tho vital highly Important one. It Is very de- parcnuy can u Jut. excellent results In It It f.nt In the turtt.cMu sirable for this reason that farmers seed meal with cotton seed meal Is tMUC8tlld ,n tho MCond ,nco ,t Sour Milk Is (JcmmI Kmm1 For Olilfks. toufttrymen. States should sections where Uy feeding sour milk to chicks, the' R rcncheg Southeastern ?q in tho scrap I ' , grow sufficient hay to feed their work produced, half of the beef pg8 do not 8wn. dangers of white diarrhea and other .apparent y can bo eej ow ,,, but thcy chew lt up aIul ,pll lt chick diseases can be greatly reducBtock and other farm animals Instead the mash Illi-iwiiii ed. The feeding of sour milk has a of Importing It from other sections of by COllOn EL'UU unit In speaking of forage crops, we beneficial lnllucnco for the growth of the country. Uy doing this, the results. might stretch the. term to Include chicks nnd in lessening mortality United States Department of AgriWeaning And Feeding Ijimbs. culture states they will relievo the such crops as cow pens and soy beans from nil causes. The milk shonld bo ' Care given Hie suckling lambs may which might be looked upon as a fed In porelnln-llne- d pans and should pressure on transportation agencies Tic Trwliitan it itCncJ, nnd release largo quantities of determine tho success or failure of grain feeding proposition. lie that.be kept before tho chicks nt nil t and mtful. lit jnarketablo hay for tho use of the sheep on tho fnrm, according to A. as It may, It has been clearly shown times. location en frnniylvania in animal that pigs turned on soy beans or cow , M. Paterson, instructor Avenue, IMh anil II Sltocti, nrmy. ir.aVct it deiirahlr licadquar The forago crops named succeed husbandry in the Kansas State pens, at the time the beans or peas ten 1c Vridat couple , tourist College. lands iatti(!, cuiivcntlont. Schoblt and , even on the moderately fertile reach maturity, must have a supple- tolicfts. FOR FLETCHER'S New-bor- n lambs should nurse soon mentnry ration of corn. This sup- -' of the South. The l'toliilsn ainactt .the r people nt ci'turc and education. ncesary, however, for the after birth, for when lambs gcrmllk plementary grain should bo given at It Is not Its tTi.xfniily to btale, War and cotton farmer to reduce his acerage in their stomachs they usually give tho rate of two to three per cent ,N'iv Dti ailment. alM to many jvoir.lt ci. hittcirical interest, Died of Starvation. in cotton to Insure himself of an no moro trouble, pointed out Mr. dally of the pig's weight, that Is, a rn:kt tint Intel especially atTho unusual severity of tho past tractive lo a ditctiminatinf pubnbundanco of hay for his own live 1'iterson. Suckling lnmbs should pig weighing 100 pounds should ct lic stock. Usually there Is a mrgel have access to grain at all times. two or tbreo nounds of corn per day. winter, the lateness of the spring and The Powhatan offers toomt with detached hatli at $1.30, nraount of untllled land In tho South This is best provided by means of a Uy thfg metllod the Kentucky E- the high cost of liny nnd grain caus$2.00 and up. Rooms win prinnd If this were utilized In the pro- xact. Plenty of clean, fresh water pcrlment staton has been nblo to ed much distress and considerable vate bath, $2.30, $1.00 and up. 'Write lor booklet with rnjpi duction of forago there would bo an should always bo provided, and. t"e)pr0(,uco 825 pounds of pork from an loss among livestock in several of abundance of hay to supply all home lambs should bo allowed IU IIUVU acre of soy beans, hogged down. It the eastern Stntes. Stockmen estimatCLIFFORD M. LEWIS. Manager. among sheep would green grass if available. requirements. was shown at the same time that soy ed that he loss Lambs should bo weaned at from beans, for this purpose, are much amount to twenty per cent. CattleOne feature to be considered, If m iiMI!ltii)IM!iH'l'rrii'ltiMfiT to 5 months of. age, depending more valuable than cow peas . The men in the same sections reported Southern farmers are to produce own hay, is the cost and scar- somewhat on the condition of the sa mo experiment showed that hog- - that livstock would bo greatly retheir city of seed for planting. In par- ewes and tho size of the Iambs, pine ilnwn nv Iipiinn nnil enw noas duced. So serious was the situation ticular, the price of Sudan grass seed whero they arc large and growthy without supplementing them with ,lll,t tho Bovcrnmcnt extended relief.. ior me aniniuiB uy auinuriziiiK supis so high that It practically prohibits and the ewes thin, tho lambs may bo grain Is very Unprofitable. ervisors of all National Forests to Eecding of this crop for hay pur- weaned earlier In order that the the open these public tracts to livestock poses. To a certain extent, this Is ewes may bo put in bettor condition To Semi Only Mature Anlnuils which wero short of feed, In advance true also of the cowpea. On the before breeding. Where the lambs Market. of the usual date, whenever It could other hand, seed or millets and tho are small and the ewes in good conEveryone in America is now be- be done without material Injury to sorghums can bo obtained at a much dition, however, they may be allowginning to realize fully the fact that tlio nnrlv irr.assnci nnil fin fitr ns nnsfi- These, there- ed to run together longer. Tho more reasonable price. a great crisis immediately confronts lb,o tQ mako eycrj. efforl tQ fore, are recommended as the most lambs should bo well fed at weaning ad the us and that it has become imperative btockiucn In saving crops for providing hay time to avoid setbacks. their animals satisfactory that we guard every resource mol from death by starvation. for home consumption in the SouthWatch the udders of tho ewes to carefully. It Is clearly tho duty of oT not cake. they The elk herds In Wyoming also east. If see that they every American to do his absolute suffered greatly by prolonged starIn order to conserve the seed sup- do the lambs will be prevented from duty, no matter what it is, be it great vation. In one of the largest herds ply of sweet sorghums, it is advised sucking. Particular attention must or small. a third of the entire number nre re that the practice of seeding these be given to prevent the udder from The farmer was among the first of ported to have died. The suffering eorghums broadcast or In close drills spoiling at weaning time. To stop GUARANTEED SERVICE to whom an appeal was sent of these animals Is deplorable. It be discontinued very largely for the the flow of milk the ewe should be those One hundred per cent by the President. It will be Impossi- lias occurred many times before and I present. Sixty pounds of seed per put on a dry ration for two days. value. Special work for W. ble adequately to defend our country ought to bo prevented. J acre are required where these crops O. W. unless the present crop is considerab- are drilled or broadcasted, and onlj j,j p0ts. W. F. STEVENS, J ly In excess of last year's production.! ' The Waste. Cr.. five pounds if planted In rows and Qet t)e plgs out on tjic pasture as R. F. D. 7. Hartford, Ky. The world's food reserves are very u0wel regularity is tho secret of I cultivated. This latter method re- - SQOn QS possibe. It wlu beucflt both Representing Continental low. Even the southern hemisphere RO0(1 health, bright eyes, clear com-- 1 quires more labor, but the yield per lhe p,gs am, ,he abturet pr0vided can not supply the deficiency. The ,,iPXoiig, and Dr. King's New Life i Marble &. Granite Co. acr of fodder will equal or exceed U)e , are tnken off during wet .shortage in the world's food reserves p,ns aro a mild and gentle laxative' tho yield of hay from broadcast or ...gather (will he of long duration regardless of that regulates tho bowels and re-- 1 . ' .. . tiniiuu &i?e(iuis. nun u iuucii iiiruer ' War '. fu,D ,tho "mC at ' "evcs tho co"8estc1 ltstines by re- J acreage can be planted with the same' pas- UUd gr"?SS ' Tha lll8Ures hIgh prlcea for 8tock or mov tho nccuniulnted waste8 wlth. amount of seed THE ;ture for Vs- - Fof ene'ency theycrops. but what could makc onc mu BrpnR Takp a pU b(jforo 1 SEWING ra"k '" U'e moro heartsick Uian to hear people tiring and that heavy head, that dull ,"!' . Pniln" Crop, To Follow Wheit Ana ProvWe some shade In the pas ure dlBCUM,nB profltv nt thls time of MACHUNI InB fever feollng disappears. Get ' ,. , wpiither' .......... pern, ... . .. .. '.' .7. OF - sauonm and some shelter from bad wucu wu tauuiu uu uu , Ur. ... . New Life Pills at your Kings After the wheat and oats have ". QUALITY. The pigs will show their apprecia- our unselfish best7 t druggist, 25c. 3 I grow a been harvested summer in increased returns. Tho prevailing high prices of live crop. A large patch planted to Irish tion will help stock have caused farmers to sell NEGRt) LOSES HANI) WHEN Tho use of a . juai auci iiuiiraiiui, win l.ululw u,,t- - cplf. many M"--. NOT , animals mat snouiu nave t.een "THIEF TRAP IS SPRUNG pay a handsome profit this spring.1'" SOLD j feCder " kept nt Uome- - The markel8 ar r Peas and beans enrich the soil and , 7? UNDER a& tha iteu um. mo Stanford, lcelvln5 dally large numbers of brood need not be sown as early as harvest bumo ANY ..... cows i1Difers. veal calves and fmn .oi in Ky., Juno 2. A "thief OTHER Shell the corn for the n mill frnm mMi time. Watermelons and muskmelons ,iave a scParat0 compartment for ,mmatUro pigs. This Is a bad state and flour had been missed at Inter- - NAME. can bo grown after wheat and oats ,a"d tankage. If the pigs are pretty giving a first-clas- s crop. Melons also ..mil .. ...Ill l.n n.lnlnnliln . r r.v..l,ln of affars amj Is 8llre t0 briiiK on a vals for several mouths, was sprung ' improve the soil fertility. Peanuts fiuidjli Ik mil uc auiiauuiu iu iiu,iuu more serious shortage later. this morning when tho shotgun, atWARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. High prices of feed havo of course tached to the window, discharged, are a paying second crop in most mdldllngs in addition. If you purchase tho Ni:V ROMK you will With the pigs on some legume pas- had a great Influence, but we must blowing off a negro's hand, Hardin Imvo n life am t nt tlio prlco you pny, nud will Southern Slates. Then sweet pota13 remember that thVre Is llttlo differ- -' mu, who later told tho police he not hnvenn endless chain of repairs. toes aTe one of the best paying sec- ture, little tankage or midllngs necessary. enco between feeding corn nt 17.00 bad visited tho mill before, wns found ond crops to follow wheat or oats Do not let the pigs wean them- per barrel to Quality cent hogs nnd and thai wo can ?row J'1 the Southern selves. Take the sow away from feeding $3.00 sixteen to seven cent! seriously wounded, was was placed corn held to the under arrest. He Considered I clime. ten they grand Jury. vt should mako every acre of our tho pigs when old are about her hogs. it is the and glvo or twelve weeks Another matter that Is worth sor-iofarm pay as much as possible this Cheapest NOTICE. a fair start In life. consideration is the matter of year and enrich thes oil too. Wo next litter Take tho sow away from the plga ioeping ewe lambs for breeding pur- AVo again rail tho attention of omt in the, end can't afford to overlook the stubble and not the nigs from tho sow. in Wo should use every means ica(crs to tho fa-- t that The Repub Held. Lon Robertson,- In Home and to buy. this way the pigs will bo left in their of avoiding stomach worms and savo Farm. ' lican will publish no communication!! ....AA u. ..1 1M1 mm.1 vavlll u 1mm lll niYlllllar m.H A...A lumua cto . Oil Tr aCCUSlUIlieu IUI Uliu will lin iuoa mm- - UUl uu ln.ilm rt a iiiiiiiiiiiii.uQ "buniiii you wnnt npcwlng tn.ichlnc, wrllo for If purcbako. ly to notice the change In their liv a very serious deficit a year or two unless signed by tlio author. Few ourlntcstcatnloioiobtforeyou Cotton Seed Meal For Lalnf Chickweeks pass that anonymous articles The New Home Sera Machine Co., Orange, Mass.' ing conditions. hence. ens. Keep tho pigs growing, for each are not received and It is not our de- Cotton seed- - meal in rather limitday passed without some gain iu Don't Harvest Your Wheat Ton slro to null newsy iiems nn.i mu ed amounts lm been fed since last waste liasuet. 'tins anonymous com. weight is a loss to tho feeder. Early. November with excellent results to a nivinp m lHtrti tirlons nf flour it ' miiiilcatloii rule Is Mated encli week pen of thirtv pullets on the experimay bo the tendency of many farm-- J at the head of the editorial column Can Your Itliubnib. ment farm of tho United States Now is tho time to can Rhubarb, ers to harvest their wheat crop early. aml must bo adhered to. Requests of Agriculture. Theso names bo omitted from pilut pullets averaged C2.3 eggs each in its medical qualities and Its delicious In somo sections of tho State the that, bere compiled with, but the iimuusrrlpt . !ct- jmu mako lt ono of the most do crop Is promising, but to harvest twenty weoks, from November 1 to $yJ&3ixWPjS, fore tho berry has had time to ma- must bear tho writers' signature. birablo plants for this purpose March 20, which Is practically equal THE EDITOR. It Is easily canned. Tho stalks ture would mean a big loss to tho to tho best egg yield received this uW should bo peeled and cut In pieces farmers. Great caro should bo exyear from any of tho other experiMoro Appropriate. mental rations. No bad effects have n)oiit an inch long thoroughly wash ercised In harvesting wheat to get Admiring Suitor When wo aro e.l, nnd placed In a kettle. A pan of tho laregst yields and grain that will been noted from this feed, either In engaged, I can kiss you right under tho eggs or In tho condition of tho cold water should bo put on tho mako tho best grade of Hour, --&ZJ Wheat should bo harvested when your mother's noso. 2SKr?!fr-VVi-) fowls, and tho hens eat this feed move, and the kettle containing tho yon nishopthorpc I'd rather ! rnubarb placed In tho water. Tho tho grain Is in tlio dough stage At frcoly. The ration la us follows: would kiss mc under mlno. o yon to rcrctcd TVhi tlfowant Tnntt knnw SECSfScratch Mixture Ono pound each water should come over half way to this stage tho berries can bo Indent-thf)il top of the kcttlo. All ow tho ed with tho finger nails, but thcy aro v.l;at lincw In buslncu and Induv of cracked corn, wheat and oats. In Inintifin n nil twn. Dry Mnsh Two pounds ouch of water to boll until tho rhubarb 13 not milky. Harvesting at this stage (let oat of Uie tutuct on the llrtni line ReaJ ' Put tho rhubarb In mason Insures tho largest yields, lt har- cotton seed meal and heel scrap, four done. pounds bran, fivo pounds middlings, 'Jnrs, al tightly and set In tho dark, vesting Is begun before tho grain Is " IWhen ready for uso it snouiu he re- - j 111 1110 uougn siago mere win no u nlno pounds cornmcal. , Mii.irinp. ' heated and sweetened at tho rato of .considerable loss duo to shrinkage-Tho scratch mwttim u rMi Years Used mill-pariVie mort Inttrcttlne and utcful ntrttln, uwl ly, so that the hens eat about equal ' ne- - alf pint of sugar to two pints nnd In tho poor quality of flour tha bireeit money iicnn. liicrjr uioaut drv.'of rhubarb, it will keep all winter, i od from such grain. If harvesting la of this mixture and of tho 300 Article 300 Picture Iu .l..n,1 -- I,,.' .....11 11. vu uiju It put up in linn inuuuer nim may uu uuiurruu uum mu &"" mash. alt for only IB ccnti. All tho now Jdeti nd ' lntntlom Iu" electricity nd wlreltti. In A largo per cont of cotton seed used not only as a sauco but can bo much grain will bo Ipst by shutter- automoliilei and aerophnri, la thopwotk and ing. In tannine, uud In taaclilnery. meal In a dry mash without any beef made Into delicious pies. L. D. Haw to cil. thine at lioma. M Mttt ftrj Tho feeding valuo of tho straw 13 ecrnp has not given satisfactory remonth, incmainic rriniccnuon, pouiiry uu., furniture, automohlla thou reMlri. etc. If It is cut after tho grain decreased Sivlno Oa Foruge Crops. sults. Pullets fed a ration with 33 i 1. lll Armonrv.maklnir. iteD iitlnc Meat. per cent cotton seed meal averaged It is most Important at this tlmo I has passed thru tho dough stage. It U written la pUin'EnglUli for rata ana boy. only 33.2 eggs apiece In one year. A of oxteremcly high prices otboth 15 Cent a Copy 51.50 a Year (Get it from a pewidealer or write direct to considerable per cent of thefe eggs Jiogs and ho feed upon which thcy Soy Menu Shows Rapid Advance In ll'opularSclerKeMooniiy, iwrourm Aiiin.ii Crop Value. had dlscolord yolks, with groen or aro produced, that wo study cate-- t The Woman's Tonic T.ttUc.prtrnii.iMiaje.nB brownlsh-groo- n Novorjn tho history of this coun- -' tSXLu In aetUK aai bubUm tkU HHr. illy tho most ecnromlcal mct'aole spots, making them try has a 'crop gained so rapidly in' unfit for market. The hens did not of vnik jiroduct'on, ( t, Sold" Everywhere valuo and Importance as has tho soy' wo can not afford to like this mash and hud lo ho forced First, to cat It by feeding a vory limited to mako pork without the uso bean. For centuries soy beans have t'nll mi Tiro Rcinibllraii for FI110 r. been Ubed as ono of tho staplo food j of forago crops. nniount of scratch grains. Job Printing. Thcbo results appear to Indicate Secoud, such forage crops as rye products of Asiatic people. Yet Is nnd tender. Farm Department .,..,. 'arc most valuable when very young only quite recently that people began a Professional Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law HAUTFOUD, ICY. prnotleo hla profowlon In Ihb Will nnd adjoining c&utitlcs. ConuuorcJ) and Criminal Practice a Specialty. .. J POWHATAN ( I ',., ,. I I 0.ETAYL0R.CL Beaver Dam, Ky. Highway and Drainage Design. u,t WM.-IWI- ! DR. excej-len- HART VETERINARY SURGEON 1JKAVEH DAM, KY. Trior's -- 0. E. I I Children Cry CASTO R A & f Office J&mos Livery Barn. I .w r- . - allcuiatriri.iriij THAT ! TOAOC-MARK- h.o4 irolel. io4o or on lnUUMlT. t IkKk on I'roflut.Ik OS-BO- ttnM,aiMlalpyiitoaHvMa. rrmrtly oHlnl In I S I e Auln MTrNT lo Piua,lfitlilliimaireoflity, at our I RCrrriCNCCS. for tn rll. to PAtSINQ B jf.rr Mck f or yR C C trartlo rsrt I 1UH. Oukl I . Seventh WASHINGTON, Strt D. O. 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Tho slightest alarm during the night sets their guns going and many defcnslvo barrage curtains have y en projected carelessly lu front of the nrltish positions. Some of their airplanes also aro taking desperate chances lntly-In- g low over the line, endeavoring to keep In touch with any Important movement. Tho Germn Government continues to Jill the air with wireless propaganda against the British, virtually Ignoring all the other Allies, including the United States. Tho trench version in the Arras district of peror William's recent speech was to the effect that no Hrltlsh prisoners should be taken; tuai me uermans should hate all the English, and, if , they could not avoid taking were to treat them they with tho greatest severity. Emperor William was at Douai and at Tour-na- l May 23, and made speeches at both places. to-Jacon-duele- d some-prisoners- iReYOUTii'S COMPANION c Better Than Ever in 1915 u granted." 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At affections. and nil bronchial THE SATURDAY EVENING POST 3 druggists, 60c. and THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN wish to secure the spare time of a HF.NDF.KSON KOUTK man or woman to act as local repreTO CURTAIIj SKP.VICK sentative in Hartford and vicinity, looking after tho renHwalj of their Louis Louisville, Henderson & St many subscriptions In this section, Hallway Company, and Introducing these publications Ollice of the General Manager, to new readers. Payment will be Louisville, Ky., May 2S, 1917. made In salary and commission. PreMr. E. M. Womack, vious experience Is desirable but not G. P. A., Building, essontlal. For details addreas, with Our road has received Instructions roteronces, Box C54, THE CURTIS from tho Spoclal Committee on Nat- PUBLISHING COMPANY, Independ ional Defense, reading as follows: 17t2 ence Square, Philadelphia. "Tho Railroads' War Board, or ganized especially to operate all the Such An Intelligent Dog! ronds ot tho country as ono 6 stem There was, onco upon a time, an for tho purpose of national defense, o'ld lady who rented a furnished villa has advised railroads to adjust their for tho summor, and with tho villa a services to conserve fuel supply, and largo dog also went. Increase tho capacity of tho lines us ot tho villa In tho sitting-rooa whole. thero was u comfortable arm-chaiThis Is done to secure tho max- Tho old lady liked this chair better imum transportation energy for mov- than any other In the house. She aling coal, food, materials and troops ways made for it the first thing. But, necessary for tho successful conduct ala3l she nearly always found tho ot tho war. chair occupied by tho large dog. Tho communication to the Indiv- Being afraid of the dog, she never J idual railroads says in part: dared bid it harshly to get out or the practicable, chair, as she feared that It might bito 1 Consolidate, whero through passenger train service and her, but Instead sho would go to tho ellmluato trains which are uot well Avlndow and call "cats." ' patrloulzed. Then tho dog would rush to the 2 Roduco the number of special window and bark, and tho old lady trains and glvo up running excursion would slip into tho vacant chair trains. quietly. a On light and branch lines, whero One day the dog entered tho room tvo or more' passenger trains uro und found tho old lady iu possession operatod, try to reduce to ouo train of tlfe chair. Ho stroljed over to tho a day. window and, looking "out, appeared practicable, much excited und set up n tremeu-- j 4 Substitute whero j mixed train servlco for ueparnta pass.- - doua barking. ongcr and freight sorvloo on branch Tho old lady arose and hastened lines. Closoly review number ot to tho window to sou what was tho tclicdulod rruight trainiT, where ton- Muifr, und the dog quietly climbed nage is Insufficient to load them, with into tho cli.'i'i i'umb Aaimals. ' of, u view to reducl'tiK the number h The Dog. The dog has long been a mystery to us. Why does he pf all animals desert his own kind and attach himself to man, and this not in any one country or at any particular period or time? From the earliest prehistoric ages where traces have been found of man there also have been signs that he has been accompanied by his dog, and it is the same in all parts of the globe, from the North to the South Pole. Creatures so different us the tiny griffon, whom you can hold In the palm of your hand, and the huge four feet Iflgh, have this same characteristic, that they live with man and adopt him as their master or God. We think there must bo some meaning, unknown to us, behind this, and we have sometlmea wondered whether It may be that tho Mul ot the dog may need communion with the human soul in order to forward its deveiopetnent and work out its destiny. But lately wo have wondered whether It may not be the other way about whether the dog is not thoro in order that' men, wiy their temptation to forget all else in their material lives, may uot alwas Iiavo be fore them an example of unselfish devotion, boundless love, and unswerving faith. Ernest Bell, In Tho AulmaU' Friend. boar-houn- typewriters. sons explained by Moving ture machine. Seven big Fifty-fiv- e I Things IN LesPicDe- Ladies' and Men's Garments French Dry Cleaned and Pressed In Superior Manner. 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Iteduco, nlb, lu tho Interest of 5 Whoro doublo-headc- d trains. CASTOR Always bents ---j 1 1 - iiko'Mra: Cardui a trial."- - Spell.- - Olve For Infants and Childre'a In Um For Ovr 30 Years .AS Druggists jn FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE DiiaBlrestta water for douche atop pelvic catarrh, ulceration anil taflam-Biatio- a. Reeaaunesded by Lydia . PinUiam Mod. Co. for tea year. A healing wootler for naaal catarrh, ore throat awl aoro ayea. Economical, Has caluufdintftf .t.l- - mmA mtnEjiiil liowir. ISutuloFrea. 50c. alt Unlaws, lupui W t I'kssui I (JH tkaupasv. lklo. nlus. rrttjytt'SSzzESJl V 'i v i LOSSES IY a host Tho floral offerings of !hls friends wore many. Tho loys or DECREASE his Company sent, a beautiful niti WARFARE cxponnlvo wreath ns a token of their i esteem nnd, sorrow,.. Tlic Jamil)' has the sympathy of the. entire communAMUBICAX Ar.XRSHIPS IIAVH IX ity In their boreavemtmt,..nud. Mr. 'SEVERAL AVAVS HELPED Williams has their many thanks for ''SAY BRITISH. IlllWltia. tMHiiiun iiuiiiifi v... tiier 1.1. ..!...... .l....l.ir. Mllf'd .....-.-- brothers, Karl and noy, and of friends. KNOW THE Method by Which CAR'S LOAD.1 (1IVK8 TllltFK COMPAMKH TO KKXTITKV. KK(JISIKNTS 1 . I ! I vowels .In the submarine campaign! .which never can he filled. will again show p favorable total In God In Ills wisdom has recalled,, when It Is Issuod Tho born Ills love lfafl gien some respoatjUho laqt, week has been tho best RUice unrstrlcted submarine And though the bod.v: sdumhers, bote Tho soul Is safe In Ueaven warfare, .whs, Inaugurated. , , Last A FRIEND. Friday vaa,hJ'ank day on the., recRSIIWIW ords; that'ls, up losses of British occurred. It Is the LETTER FROM A FORMER merchantmen first 'tln.iQ.Auhi lius happened for a r. s. army , long perlody UrltishftiKoal people, believe, tho The following letter was. handed IniproycYuviRs cumulative and that by Mrs. Mason for publication: chance, tons 'there Is not tho slightest Le.ttorman General Hospital, with the improved Allied organizaPresidio, San Francisco, Cal. Germans' ever will retions, that the May 111, 1917. peat their perfouuance of the black Mrs. Ella Mason,- week when nearly sixty boats were Hartford. Ky. sunk. Tliu weather continues to faMasou:- - I notice My dear Mrs. vor the boats which are fighting the from time to time, your ml in The or ' submarine?, and the tiiiliWnti...' mill vrll iismirinir vim H ,rniii7ntlnn of tho natrols. aircraft and my continued fidelity p.nd will ask 1m- - of services Is other you to have Isaac, or some one else, provliis'(.coBslantly.' The last ' The arrival of American units ha, reclster me at Hartford. . ( nt Whlp helped lu more ways t ban on. . tlckrt, for bHcail T1 Among other things It has instilled a. for JuBtce ))f ,. lrienuiy rivalry in mo ..i...h"'&" , ,t.i,, f..i.lili. lug nsaliut tho submarines, st mi.lat ,)0ok.keeper , ,he ,.oal tho morale and adding to the an NclHC wns( a ,,ouble ,,es of tho men of both fleets circle" cow niincher. Arizona was . Progress of the tccl.nique o territory, and they were both cainnalgu includes strong flrenils of mine. togetlier more careful supervision Well, It looked for a long time with various vigorous offensive meas- as though things had taken a serlou ures which it ia impossible to detail. turn for iiip. Hut, I nm improving .. i ... n1, at 1U llio nisi wro.1 ll.nm. .....i. "i. 1 iiiirtv Iinvn iinnll 11111 . . r It . " wtilfrh lTl! ...r-- . i.wu.'i laiuu.: numerous encounters, the results oi ' noiiuus, same as wueii I enlisted. which hare been entirely satisfac- Ulood pressure 145. Uotlt of which American tory to tho Admiralty. are normal for a man 44 years old. ships have a share of the credit. lu my own .case the "hell gate" Is . surely but slowly drilled away., I TAFFY. also note you have two boys who June G. Crops are looking fine have given up. lucrative, positions be? and farmers aro verybusy. served ou tuehi, '1,lH .... I ?t'fVftl1 -- - llllVU fore the draft was k..lA ',, Muu a.M..- -. gi.-- s" sprve under thc flag from uere went 10 me pons luuaj Well, I was retired, hut stayed here request fr,om. Uncle Sam. F. Taylor to let William .finish his grade In made several trips in his car giving sHinnl Vnn foreet I have a boy 10 . . . ,. free ride. the boys-f tho The W. O.. W's decorate,! n..niB. r,.iinr: graves of their deceased Sovereigns nHfunipP. hm- in otlmr subioets " at Clear Run and Union Grove Sun jexc pt deportment, he does "very day afternoon. A large crowd waa cood." In deDortment' bo i. "very present. The singing was furnish- n.-.- t , VnnAur cd by Mr. Motrin Bartlotto and Son,e Nf)t Vm gure of bis class. j Vllile matching William's progress Mr. and Mr.s. Ezra Balrd. of Shiii j gaw ft mtB ,)()oJ. enUUc(, .,EAt , kle Chapel, visited Iloscoe Balrd and mn i waa an eIlomou8 Juau u,;,wm. wife Saturday night and Sunday. nnn Messrs: Tom Ptton and Ocar ed to try its remedies. I Result. Ashley spent- Sunda night with J. j have improved bo much that I havo K. Funk ma! family. nlti.it rl.uil.lo.1 lfi!,t MlAm 1. It Uftn.l Joe Taylor and wife of Adaburg. , ,eft u & .. in nmn uke nid vklted James i:irk and family Sat- - j and am Bone cQ tQ Washl:Jgt0!lf , urday night and Sunday. next.week or aome Ume md offer wy .services. . .' IMIUKZ'UKl' HWWi My family are at Utica now and am Juno 5. Mra. Ona Jackson, of i sure they would enjoy a, visit from Herrin, 111. is vuitiug her mother, , you. I sent them there on account Mrs. J. U. Colyer. 'of the war, so the boys could go to Messrs. Herbert Colyer and Duma 'school and I'll settle thoro after I'm McCougal, of Herrin, III., came C4 years old. homo to register. May God bless you In your pre3-,eThe death angel visited tho homo offorts, and return your ljoye to of Mra. IiUla P.olten Juno 1, and you safe- and sound, is the wish of took her hftby girl, Delta Ueatriee. your friond, as. evar, EpldemicH of measles and whoop' WM. V. I1KNNETT. JR., Kock-por- t. ing cough aro still raging In CapUip II. S. Army. Retired. P. S Anything pl3u. I can do for Mrs. Taylor, .of Beaver Dam, is you let mo know. Plan of tho B.ill Fiold. visiting ier daughter, Mrs. Wado In the Woumi'S Homo ConipMiilonC. Hodge. n. Cl.iudy says: CKNTKUTOWPf. Miss Salllo May M.iddox, who has "Whoever did the caleuluting for n Juno !i. Tho Sunday Schools at b'tseb-tl- l field made n Hue job of it. It been attending achool in Harrlsburn, aro Improving since takes Just so long (o run from plate to' Ark., has returned home for a few both ehurche3 tho measles havo died down. first, nnd It takes just about tb.it long, months vacation. An excellent program was remittless n tiny ft action of a second, for Nora Harrel, Rein Misses y. P. U. Sunday night. tho average ball to bo fielded by the Myrtle Graves, Pearl Wood-bu- ed at B. Leonard Williams was kicked by average shortstop and hurled down to Ada 1'ort.er; Mesdaine. Kato tho lilt? milt wnltlm; for It. rlV least Chlsenhall, Hdith Curtis and Bob 'a mulo SJlurduy eteuluc und hurt slip, hesitation, Jugglu or walt,,auU the ery bad, but ib getting along nicely fcmtl. Turloy have returned from berry I.AHjTli I.. ...(... ii sjm-uuiujmu in kiiimk In 1...KJ. .l nm ihiuud now. picking at Bowling Green. palm down for u 'salV'.' " Quito a number wero In town of Guy Tuesday, us it was registration day. In toviiiK Itoinenibimiro Drainod Soils. Mr. Thomas Shutl, who lias been Wisonnm. ITeat la the chief essential for plaut ton sick for some lime, Is no hotter. Guy Wluuniau, tho gtttwth, and one of the principal facMr. Hendersoii Ashby Is no better tors lu making soil warm Is good of Mrs. A1 Initio Wliicniau, of Hickdrainage. The surfaro soils of well man, Ky.,' died at the home of Mrs. at this writing. drained binds are almost Inviiilably Miss Belle Condlt is vlsltiug relaMaggie Williams, at Rocl'povt, Ky., May 9. He enltelod In Co. IC, Sril tives at Point Ple.is.tut tills week, utveral degrees warmer than those of Mr. Jake Bratcher and wife, of rioorly drained binds. Diiilm-- soils also Inrantry, Sopt. 1, 101U. Ho revvarui up fusler alter cold spells and turned home ou a furlough the last lAvermore, aro visiting Mrs. A. S. much etirliyc lit spring. It Is certain was called to service Mackey this week. of March, hut that dynamiting heavy soils will pay. Ida Matthews waslho guest of Miss again May 10. In .". wiek his mother wns Killed io hh beilulde. Ho Maudo Calloway SflHky. Muse Bruad. ttreut preparat!ufwhasbee uiado dying, und w;u willtold. her A kind He hud 12lder J. T Cuio-ble- r for Ulfttrlet Couferenco to bo held Columliln river by Hie Indians front n ing mis.s.Mhat'Kniws'011 tlio.Hpruva culled, to hU bisUidu to Uold hero this week. Tula "moss In pre)rttvl by plselug It lJ prayer horvico and died Hinging heaps, spiitikliuK it with, water und "Heavenly Sunlight" and "Power IA Are Viu u Ulseountor? peimlttlng it to, fnrriii'iit. Then. It. Is Discounting your bills means 1 tho Blood." rolled lido lis Us its big as u man's The remains wero taken to his per cent on your turnover. head, and tlieso ure baked lu pits. home town Wednesday mornltuT, u If you turn our stock 12 times a eompanied by his mother, and tho year, discounting foots up 18 per Doatn't He, Tbouoli? Bod Cross imtKo, Wiu. Boss, and In- -' cent on what you buy. Bach Confess, now', Henry, -- you Frequently discounting means the don't puy as much attention to your terred In the city cemetery Wedues- day afternoon, The funeral services difference between a prosperous busl- - wife tiH you' did beforo jou were maryes! I mind ried? II. Peclc-T.- ol, wre held by Rov. Douglas, of thu M. ' ness und it failure. K Church, at tho home of the do-- 1 If you cannot discount overy bill, twice hh quick now. "ceased. 'discount as many as you can. Keep Not Nocesarlly. Guy was of u. woll known and joJactouut of those you do discount. "Tim face Is the Index of the mind. sueoted fauiHy of Kast Illckuian. Ho Tho te.sult will pleuso and Biirprlse It Is said." was loved by oveiyouo who Ici'iowlyou. You .will also stand much 1ol- Because a woai-- u , "OU, t don't uuow. hitM. Ho is suivlved.by Ills Brand- - tcr with your Jobbers and your local it's fuct- lu tuvdo up U no sign that iter , '' mlaflU." ,imtlner .mil tnothor, ami. 2 ulsters, bankoro. Helen anl lit.. Clittton Pjdlejia, 2 ) Be a dlsoounter. Team Work. o A. precious one from us Is gone, London,' June R. :Tho weekly re-- j A v0jo Wc lpyed Is stilled; por.t.of Josye? of British merchant': A ,,inco i varolii lu .our homo ' . officer i ..,",. , .... . ,,., I . 1 -- "',..,, 1 v iilt -- --- , a ! .,-,- - ,... ,., ,, - , I nt Motorist Can Grt . I.oxl;tRlon, Ky.,'Junr-- 1- Capt. the Beit Tire Service. Alllsou J, Burnett. Com.aider. of the Vfkl!s Die greatest and most tjiluft ft inotorlst should know. Third Kentucky Infantry, niiouncod 'nbo.tit.jj eirlf Ils.,)Vpl,i:ht,ivlUi tho,nVcrt(. today that II Company, in which will ago loaij cnrrieiii pii.v. nn expert, "iy be grouped nil tho recruits now beknoivlu;: the weight of Ws,.e,irf i; ing enlisted In this territory, will bo .loaded" ready lo iuji, the uiutoilst Is' In accredited to Lexington. This move ii irosltlon to icgulnto his UTps so that they, noL o;ily u,t,.,us tho bet bhihl; will give the city a company in each nliaorUT olitnhmldo, but nr.ii, lit,to off.., of the teglmeuts, in million to the, set any hiiurles which 'iiiay'ennie fittilv" Signal Corps, njut will make, four stl.i. iik Illlil,!,. lllfl'l I Mill companies from Lexington, L. .Com-pan- y "WltU i he weight ,o the' Vhr",liiwM of the First; utidjt'. Company, when pieparlug for n tr.l uhi.h in- - ' (if thc Second, being local organizaeludes passengers It Is very On) for tions. MaJ. M. K. Gordon, Adjutant, Ihe.motoiM to rogulul.e.,liIs,uir prcs-m'u- stated this morning that brigade Ip'titc, Hies so that tliefc w'l'l run with the least Injury to thetn.ilcs, j headquarters' would not bo establish foresight will nli prevent. ra ed at tho camp here until next week. j Thlt. Dr. Benjamin Itlo Whcoler,- - presibreak In the side walls caused Jy iin'i dent of the University of California, overload. , ., JU j "WUji the weight of yournr, I'lu.s nnd One of the foremost educators, me wejgni oi KjiMumef wmcr mm ot the United Statijs, arlved here this eMrn tires, with tbu weight' of the morning to deliver tho address to the ' passengers added, jou have the total graduating class of the University of running weight of jour ear. Kentucky Thursday morning. "Tor n quhk nay of determining Chairman J. W. Htoll announced what air pressure ou will enrry Ih Lexington bus If you have no regular table this afternoon that your tires of liilliitlon the following table Is M'g. reached the $1,000,000 mark lu lotis to the Liberty Loan bonds. gested: "t tires divide the ; The City Board of Registration 'For tbiee-lmWfeIght,of the load by thlrty'-tSvo- . will Investigate the Ohio Street Protires til- - duct of the North Knd as only '20 'Tor 'three nnd vide the weight by forty. ttgistratlons were reported Tuesday tiles divide the ' Tor fmir-lne' out of a total registered vote last weight of the load by forty-eighdl- - lull of 21.1. tins "For four and !de the weight of the lend by fifty-six- . Don't Woitj. tlies tlriH 'divide the "For weight of the load by sixty-fouHenri Baveau, a Paris busine?s tin dl- - ninti at prese.nl sergennt-at-artn- s "For five and of vide the weight of the lend by seventy- - engineers at' the front In Franre. two. i I'Ut to a friend in thc U. S. this dec"To further Illustrate the working says Is ery popout of the nlxne table suppose your laration which he weighed L'.SM) poimds and jou me ular lu the trenches. car You have two alternatives: eltlt-- r I Ires. From the nlxive using four-Inctires the jou are mobilized or you are not. we find that for four-Incweight of the load should be dhlde'd If not, yon have nothing to worry Thl will give you ' about. If you are, you have two bv forty-eighnitty pounds' islr pressure, which either you uro lu camp or should be carried In your tiros. The ' at the front. If you aro In camp you - Increased tire mileage will bo greatlyhave nothing to worry about. If you If tho motorist will regulate his nlr pressure by the load hu CHrrle." New are at the front you huvu two alternatives: either jou are In reserve or York Sun. j ou aro ou the fighting line. If In te.serve you havo nothing to worry CHARM OF FLOWERS. pbout. If you ure on the fighting Gardening I a Hobby That Bocomee llii'V.yott h.ivu two alternatives: eith' er ou scrap or you dou't. If you Akin to a Paiion. Barring tho euually ancient nnd A- Oou't you have nothing to worry no about, if you scrap you have two lluring pastime of going hobby hns'n strougcr grlji ou Its llevo-tees- , alternatives: either you get hurt or Ihnn gardening. ' Af"4" o'clock you don't.If you don't you have of' a suuinier morning 'Cella Thiccler nothing .to worry about. If you get could i)o found tit work In her radiant hurt jou have two alternatives: eithI'ltile Island (dot. a sister In spirit to you get hurt or you get badly n!,l pliiiuiMr uIimi mi lil- - kiiioi In 'the er gnWnt dawn to watch a datsy 0(ien. hurt. If only slightly hurt you get I V. ...'. A.A,.,,H.nh'l Hi'fc to worry about. "If j'ott illll Jl lllfu H fllT livu UAVC'l'iii'na,, ...if- badly hurt have two alternative: estrHordlnnry, eases of devotion." They were meteiy tpleal eipotieuta bf tho either you recover or jou don't. If you recover you have nothing to wortrue gardener's passion. Nor is tliirf (ense entliuslnsm flcetliii. ry about. If you don't, j'ou have N'ot hi the least. It is not moro trandone with worry ferover. sient tlinii the bllillomanluc'a' paJfVloii. e no moro cvuncseeut than the collecOptluiM. v can tor's real', which only.' death Another definition of an optimist quench. It Is tin sudden, youthful is a fellow who will go into a restaufervor, 'indeed, It Is rarely found in yotilh.nt 'ilie storm anil stress period, rant without a cent audi figure on vi'hlhj'lt may be observed to bo strong- paying for tho meal with the pearl est' hi t.lVo'.'.o for whom tho d.iys Of wild ho hopes to find in the oysters. eiidiusiiisni.' are over.'" The bachelor clergyinnii or lle quietest of splnsfcM, ! You Know Ttiat for'wloiu oilier passion Is nonexistent, Peace Jhath her health problems no will yet lavish on tlielr'gardeiis enough: devotion to have'won the heart 'of tho less than war? Constant viilganco is the price of most obdurate of persons, to baio sulllced for thc moth-crlit- freedom from flies? Thu physlcLil vigor of its citizens of n dovxn little ones. A garden is tho world of the recluse, the passlou is tho Nation's greatest asset? of 11)0 lone uum or woman, the diverIdleness is the thief of health? sion of statesmen, the recreation of Infected towels spread eye diseasIKiets und iiillsts of nil ages, except es? perhaps musicians, wIk may. ho Half tho blindness in the vorld of their hands. Frances .Duncould havo been prevented by prompt , can In Scrlbiier'ii. " and proper care? , , ' sub-scrih h li t. ch .- J ANNOUNCEMENTS. olllccs published In this column until tho Pi'lnlary. $h Ot) in advance. for coun-,t- y Dlstrjrt 'oilier, '.tro. the Republican nomination for j'rtilv er Of Ohio count;. Subject lo tho Primary Election, ' Saturday, August I, 1917. Wo nre authorized to annouiuo Hin candidacy .of .1.. W, DL'YALL for tha Republican nomination for Jullpr of Ohio county. ," Subject to. tho Prl- Electjpn,., Saturday, August 4, l mary 11917. ,; ,. 7. Wo nro authorized to announce the candidacy ,of E, E. TIXtfLKY for the . For IScptoseiitiitUe. Wo.nro authorized intunnounco the caudid.wy oi'i'i. l. IVMHUV fir the Republican nomlt)aliwt for Representative of Ohjo county. Subject to tlry rnliimry, I'tlect,loTi, Saturday, Augusl,, tlil'7. ,;', pt - llve-litt'- r. j ' h h J t. - have-ttothlu- u enough-ten-dpnics- s R -- qvcr-carcf- ul e BUCK fJIJH'I'lTH FOUM) ha.ncim; l. IMS ISAP.N le, ...,.. .n.. Kj-.-, June 5. Buck Grlf-lltl- t, yeurs old, mttrlcd, vas missed by his family last ulgltt and soon was found hanging, dead, in tho barn. Ho had .fastened a ropo to a rafter and dropped from the loft, breaking his neck. Ito recentlj liad j tjphold fever and mcnsles, which, he complained had impaired ills mind. Grayson, 2.' MAHHIAGi: MCKiSHK IHSUKD HIiNC'K OUR liAST ICIU'OHT Charliu Day, Narrows, to Georgia Corlmui Austin, Narrows. Elbert Gray, Echols, to Jennie Shaw, Echols. Clarence Barllett, Hartford, R. T. A. Zlglur, Hartford. R. to Wlllyo Hoover, Hurtford, It Ollle Wutsou, Hurttord, R. 1. to Kmtuelt Martin, Hartford, R. Goldl.1 Roach, Hartford, R. I. Anthony Daniel, Hartford, It, 2, to Lena Baize, Beaver Dam. William B. FroU, Central Cily, to Cutherlue M. Peudlotou, Hartford. T. S. Miller, Magnu, to Lethcl Patton, Ralph. Now Cults Itullrated. Frankfort, K'., June 5. Accord- d ' ho-wa- s of.bie'id-lsiinidcnluns.il- lin to-g- advices trout bushing-ton- , though pot officially announced, reference is inuilo to new units lu he ing I - '.. Kentucky National Guard, indlcat-,ln- g that the men cnlU-- to tho colors following tha rcgistrullon will bo used to till up Hie gaps'lu the divisional units lu Hits State. Thu letter states that regular nrni' men will comtuund tho roglutentu with CALLON.-THline oilicers of tho guurd. We ar.e njll''o'rlzi:ii,t.o! niilipiiiice the eiindldiicy of DR., Y. U. LAWLACI! lluniiblleau nomination, for .tnllnr nt Subject ior .for thg, Repiibllrnit ponunauou tutu-Je- 'Ohio bounty. August 4, to tho Prima ry Election, 1917. Representative of Ohio county, i lo tho Primary' IClccllou SaturWe are authorized to announce tho day. August 1, Hi 17. candidacy of S. A, LEE for tho Renomination for Jailer of We are authorized to announce tho publican candidacy ot d. U. HILL for the Re-- p Ohio couutyi .Subject to tho Primary pulillcan nomination, (or, Representa- Election, August. 4, 1917. tive orOhlo County. Subject to til We aro authorized to announce tho Primary Ll.ecllon. Saturday, August cpndldaey of .1. T. WEDDING for tho . , ,t, 1U1.7. ...,' . Republican nomination for Jailer of Ohio county. Subject to tho Primal;or ,f!'ou!ity Judge. We aro authorized, to announce Ihc ry Election, August 4, 1917. candidacy of MACK COOK for the Republican nomination for Judge of We. arc authorized to nnnbunce tha the Oliio County' Court. Subject to candidacy of CHARLEY JOHNSON , the Primary Klectlon; Saturdaj-- Aa-- for the Republican iiomluatloif for gust 4, 11)17. Jailer of Ohio county. Subject to the Primary Election, Saturday, AuWe aro autliorlzed to announce the gust 4, 1917. candidacy of R. It. WEDDING for . the Hcrabllcan nomination for Judge We are tha Onlo County Court. Subject candidacy authorized to nnuouncd Reof the of V. A. SMITH for the to the Primary Election, Saturday, publican nomination for Jailer ot August 4, 11)17. Ohio count)-- . Subject to thu Primary Wo are authorized to announce tho Election, Saturday, August 4, 1917. candidacy of R. II. MARTIN for tho We ar authorized to announce the Republican nomination for Judge of the Ohio County Court. Subject to candidal of WORTH T1CIIEXOU the Primary Election, Saturday, Au- for the llcpuhllcau nomination for Jailer of Ohio county. Subject to gust 4, the Primary Election, Saturday, AuWe are autnonzetf to announce the gust 4, 1917. candidacy of J. A. BELLAMY for the We are authorized to announce th Republican nomination for Judge of the Ohio County Court. Subject to runaMdacy of .1. W. PERRY for the' the Primary Election, Aug. 4, 1917. Republican nomination for Jailer of Subject to lint PriOhio county. Saturdaj-- , August We are authorized to announce tho mary Election, candidacy of SILAS I.. HTF.VHNS for 4. 1917. the Republican nomination for Judge Wo nre. authorized to announce tin? of the Ohio County Court. Subject to the Primary Election, Saturday, candidacy of, P. M. BROWN for thefL Itcpubllcnu nomination for Jailer of August 4, 1917. Subject to the PrimaOhio county. W are authorized to announce tho ry Election, Saturday, Augusl 4, candidacy of WINSON H.MI1TI for the 1917. Republican nomination for Judge of the Ohio County Court. Subject to For Asueor. , the primary Election, Saturdaj-- Au- We nre authorized to announce the gttit 4. 1917. candidacy of D. K. WARD for th Republican nomination for Assessor We aro authorized to announce the of Ohio county. Subject to lit Pricandidacy oi h. II. TIITIKXOK for mary .Election. Saturday, August 4. the Democratic nomination for Judge 1917. of the Ohio County Court. Subject. to the Primary Election Saturdaj-For Coroner. August 4. 1917. Wo are authorized to announro thu caudidaey of DR. A. It. RILEY for For County Attorney. the Republlrnu nomination for CorWe are authorized to announce the oner of OKto county. Subject to .tho candidacy of A. D. KIRK for the Re- Primary Election, Saturday, August publican nomination for County At- 4th. 1917. torney ot Ohio county. Subject to the Primary Eieetiou, Saturdaj', AuFor .M;)gl-tra- t. gust 4, 191.7. We are authorized lo announce tho candidacy ot W. ('. DAUOHF.RTY for the Republican nomination for JusFor Count) Court Clerk. Weiar6 authorized to announce the tice of Peace, Hoslno Magisterial Discandidacy of W. O. IHNKEXSHIP trict. Subject to tho Primary Elecfor tion, Saturday, August 4, 1317. for the Republican nomination r County Court Clerk of Ohio county Wo are authorized to announce tho Subject to tlt'e Primary Election. candidacy of IAS. A. ROLINH for tho Saturday, August 4, 1317. Republican nomination for Justice of Wo are authorized to announce the the Peace. Sulphur Springs District. candidacy ot M. l CRUMLEY for the Subject to tho Primary Election, SatRepublican, nomination for County urday. August 4, 1917. Co'urt Clerk of Ohio county. Subject We aro autlinrlrd to annnttneo tho to the Primary Election, Saturday, candidacy of II. W. JACKSON for August 4, 1917. tho Republican nomination for JusWo aro authorized to. announce thc tice ot tho Poace, Beaver Dant Discandidacy of L. II. COXDIT for the trict. Subject to tho Primary ElecRepublican nomiiidtlou for County tion. Saturdaj', August 4, 1917. Court Clerk of Ohio county. Subject t We aro authorized to announce tho to the Primary Election, August 4. candidacy ot M. It. CHOWDER for 1917. tho Republican nomination for Justice of tho Peace, Rohlno Migistorial For Sheriff. Wo are authorized to announce, the district. Subject tq tho Prfmnry 17. t candidacy of G. A. RALPH for tha Election, Saturdaj', August 4, RepVlcan nomination for Shorilf of Wo aro authorized lo announce the OhU cottuti. Subject to the Primary Election, Saturday, August 4, candidacy of W. H. DEAN for tho Republican nomination for Jusllco of 1917. tho Peace. Sulphur Springs Maglstar--4- . to tho announce the hi district. SubjectAugust Primary We aro authorized to 4, 1317. candidacy of 8. A. BRATCHER for Election, Saturday, the Republican nomination for SherWo aro authorized to annoiincn the Subject to the iff of Ohio county. Primary Election, Saturday, August caudidaey of S. V. LEACH for the Republican nomination for Justice of 4, 1017. tho Pence, Beaver Dam Magisterial district. Subject to tho Primary Wo aro authorized to announce the Election. Saturday. August 4, 1917. candidacy of fi. P. JONES for the t Republican nomination for Sheriff We aro authorized (o announce Ihe of Ohio county. Subject to tho Pri- candidacy of .1. Y. HAOERMAN for mary Election, Saturday, August 4, the Democratic nomination for Jus1917. tice ot the Peace. Hartford Magialer. lal District. Subject to tho Primary Wo aro authorized lo announce the Election. Saturday, Aug. . 1917. candidacy of 8. K. RKNNKTT for the Democratic nomination for Sheriff of Wo art authorized to announce tits Subject to tlio.rrimary Ohio count'. lidliJucy'bl.r. If. DANIEL for tho Election, Saturday, August 4, 1917. ftcpubllctttt nomination for Juntlco of th Peaifo, Bartjotta MnKluteraI , For 8itoriii(Miiluiit. District. BilJcct, to tlib Primary" Note Women who aro legally Election, Saturday, August I, 1917. qualified, tiro entitled to voto tor School Superintendent in both PriWo aro autliorlzed to announce tho mary attd Final Election,. candidacy of ED SHOWN for tho Republican notniuatiou .for Juntlco Wo aro authorized to announce the of the Pence, Hartford Magisterial candidacy of E. H. H()WARD for, f'"e District. Subject to Jho Primary Republican nomination- for .Superin- Election. Saturday. August 4, "1917. tendent of Schools ot Ohio county. Subject to tho Primary Election, Wo are authorized to announce (ho Saturday, August ' 4. 1917. candidacy of (. B. BROWN for tho itenubliaiii nnmliiutlnn fm. tn.iina f auiUorizpd to ininounco tho tho Peace, Rockport We nro District. Suh- caudidaey or RHW. 1. S. MAHON for juci io mo Election, Saturtho Republican nomination for Super day, August 4th., 1917. liitcndetit of Schools of Ohio county. Hnbject to jlie, Primary Election, SatWe aroautk.orlr.eil to umiounco Hut urday, August 4, 1917. candidacy COX, for tho Republican noiuliiatlon for Jutloo of For Jailor. tho Peace, tor thu Roslio District. Wo aro authorized to announce thn Subject 10 Mm Prlumrv l1lriln,i ; August candidacy of M. O. HHROADER for 4lh 1917. ct , T i. ..... 'v , ft7. ' . FOR FINE JOB PRINTING-HARTFORD REPUBLICAN