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The Hartford republican: June 15, 1917 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1917 hao1917061501_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: June 15, 1917 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1917 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. -- T""' 5 el)c Fine Job Work. VOL. XXIX. HREECIAN. KING -- Iwrttaft 8 f n ns? COUNTY rw DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO Subscription $1 per Year No. 50 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 1917. JEW On Moil- -' lection of the sovereign. CANTONMENT FOR RUSSIAN MISSION day nlRlit 2, 000 reservist? fortnid h cordon Around the piiluce In hit DRAFT ARMY TO U. S. ARRIVES If thai should he necessary, THRONE nnd u delegation headed hy Nawtl QUITS Commander Muvromlfhaelis wan received hy Constantino nnd pledged AMHASSADOH HAKHMETIEFF LOUIHVIM.i; CHOSKK KOK OXK the devotion of the tinny nnd UnOF Till: TKA1MNG CAMPS A.l PARTY OF 40 LANDED a orckd aihhcatk in wvoit people lo his enure. The KIiik'h only FOK NKW AH.MY. a pacific POUT. N OF HIS SECOND SOX 1Y reply wan nil appeal thut they Hhould THK ALLIES. reiunln calm. All efforts of iiRltalors lo atari :i Tho city of Louisville, Kentucky's Washington, .lime 13. The Itus- manifestation fulled, nnd the army the United States their Intmtlon ALEXANDER TO SUCCEED otlleers announced tho Government to hlnn mlHsinii to the, Hukhmetlff, as metropolis, U highly elated that sito vVar. Department, has selected a lo headed liy Boris A. ohey the order of In any doniontnitlonn .special Ambansador, lias lauded at within; her doorman a training camp i take no part la Pacific ptirt. The party, consist- - lor a&.dpo members of' Undo Sam's and to mtilntnlii peace. Tho Nrn King Is, Or Hie. Not llcen Agitutors were still attempting to. ins of about forty members, wlli tiLWUrnfy soon to be raised la what UN In operate In the HtreetH of Athens to- - iHtop llrbt nl Seattle, Wash., and pro- - It known at the 9th division, comVIWH. posed of Indiana and Kentucky. ulght, hut there were no disorders, iceed at once to Washington. competitors The mission dhusihI through Yo- - I.oularllle had severaland everything leads to tho belief I that there will ho none. Allied troops 'koliama ahout eleven days bro and In the field for tbb cantonment, but Athcits. June 12 (via Paris). have occupied Klassona without lo- - consequently nude a quick and easy owing to her geographical situation "The fall of Constantino I., King of Distance. (trip. Huron t'ngeru. one-- of the wa aa easy winner. It Ih ett (mated that the monthly the Hellene., has come. In reaponsu That the Entente was prepared to secretaries of tho Russian embassy to the demand of the protecting Vow- - move with tin expedition In hrUtRlug'iicre, met the party and will eacart pt toll to soldiers will be on an of $1,000,000 or more and that ers, Krauce, Great Ilrittilii and Ilus-- f tt change in the situation in Grooue it aerosi the routliieut to Washlng- y In favor of s indicated hy tho fnct that Rlmul-hl- s ton. In Chicago Hrecklnrldge l.on, J the total yearly expenditures on all ila, ho abdicated j taneom with the arrival ill that roun-TUl- s Tlilrd second son, Prince Alexander. Assihtaiit SocruUry of State, account. will bs uround 18,000,000, climax In the affaini of Greece j try 0f tint I'reiich Henittor .lonnart. will Join the. rolwlon ar. the repriwea-tntiv- o a neat little sum to be disbursed thru the wim born nletiart nnwer to ael for was brought about through of i'tcsiclfiil WilHoa and tho Loui(trlll' clearinghouse. rtt tUn P.nnnll Q<ltltnP At t ,1... IJ... n.i... .... i .. ft... .,! till f 11 n V I)Ciartmenl of Slate. k.l ...... Othijr Sitw chosen for like purpos- Such courte-Hle- s .lunnart, who hns held posts in sev- Italians in tiorlhwebtern Greece, at wero otcuded to tha vitlt-Iti- ei ate, Ayr. Mas., Wrlghtstown, N. eral French Cabinet, nud who ar- - . nt.ar the Alhniiluii frontier, of tint Uritisli, Kroiich aud UalUa spo-cl.- il J Athiota, Ga,, American Iiko, mlujions wlH Iks exteuded to Am- Wdjh;, Colatabia, S. C, Chllllcothe. rived at Atheu only n day or two strategic town ut Jauin.i, and by l rnro on a mission art the rep- - other Entcnio forces of EhisHonn, lu bassador Hakhiuetletf aud hi par- - QkUiVorf. KIley, Kans., ahd Des AdditlonaLcamp for i VmUhm, fou'a. lesentutlvu of France. Great Urilaln Griece. ittiuted ut thoj y. x, jouuun iniu pn-vi- (())l( of Mount uiymput) aim utur uiu With his perhonal slaff JMr Balch-inotl- moMlUict the National Guard will bo JflliQ iiUH.i. other ,suif of ously vUltivl Saloulkl iad will be the eunsl of the na- loitoi at Fort Worth, Waco, and points, aud he lost no tltu in get- tion and tho large' body of spclal JioiiUoo, Tex, Fort Sill, OklaDem-In- n, King; I v.r Four Yearn, Now Rtex., and ting Into conference will. Ui Greek Linda 'Vista, ba nunr- -' f ConBlautlne 1( ., KlnB CApa.'ts aud attaches will Premier, Alexander ZaluiiH 1h- - de - t ,. Cii. rmu tm tered in one of Jhe hotel here. mands of tho puwenl rciipcrtiuR the The hood of the Kutssinh uUaU)u , hJ I M(cabFe Kulfthts, AttiUon! abdication of KlnR ConHUmtlne nlno ' roruiR to WushiiiRton In a daublo caGinrgo I., wis aBsawlnated uniuilMnn Hv tfillntlnti t tut I ,r.iti lrnrn father. pacity, tirst aH the bend of the ex- - tAj'tt'lifl next 'regular meeting of ""v ,1" I :iAu ti jlu SalonlUI ""r r?ismm tin tlu utiitiLkni inorumary eiua- iua HArtforc Te'utj'o. 99aUtflcer4 ara ...i.. .. n... ..i -- ,.. (,..,(, ii Prtnco belQR 'included nmong tlios-- j Vrovlsioml Government to extend to to be o'ccted.V'Tbls Eaofttlng will bo ,hnd enjoyed i.rlur to tho hefilnnhiR GrcekB lu btUclal llfci who were con Its TUtfraday nlht, Juno '21. A full in 1914. .. ticrlod1" United. Stnlea Government i..r ih L..,.ai membership Is very sidered stronsly r oa " mr'etiap f"" alry lal 'of popularity nti4 hud in- r the 13ulwUt0 A1Uw aod t0 dr' greatfjilly desired. Will Jxhxo At Once. 'created tlmv'trritory ofVt'u". , llnfli ttin nfinitp tflnr-- tiiiil Prtnr ' nulbUaee from r,0' wsr cent. Iltalwiso for nptsrial mouurchy y by IVV UKLGI,A?fS STARVK George, it was aanounccd ."toward the this country, and, secuud,as Anl.bas attltudo of opposition TO DEATH IX GKRMA.VY Primier Zaiusls, intend to leave the Kntcnlp Powuttj when lher truup 9:iior resident, uutjl .inch times aa ' r Immediately. It In reporte.1 iiiniry part ql Griek ttrirUory in the tho Provisional. Government caa France, Juno ' 12. The , .'HvM( that they will embark: on a llrliuli Macedonian cimpui mako a permault appointmei)t. tho asuiii.it warship nnd proceed tit Swltxerluud I.oavlug Pctioprad Uiur bofora the doit by starvation .wlthiu three Tuutnnic Allies, however, brought jy wuy of Italy. It U presumed that capital of tho Amerl-ea- u mout'tmiif 500' Belgians laterned In him Into conlln'L Willi llu Htatetaien arrival In that I'rluco Alexander will talio up his oj ciitiiuiitslon headed by EHhu Germanyvt. reported in a seml-otl- iretulted in tlie estabJ Greece KliiRly duties with full acceptance ot Hoot, tto Russian, embuahy oilgh,t xUl sutebetit sivn out hero.--' llshment of a 4'tolbinual Governthe hit.13 which the protecting pow- ment headed by Qlfplitherles Vt'itl-zoIi- nut bo suppi)S6d sto represent thorn."According .to Information receivto bo put iuto eftect lit ers iest phrase of prilltieal dovelopmsnts ed by tho tfelglau Ministry of War," wliotn the KIiib had driven Hut &R a matter of fact. the statement says, ".Belgian civilians the Governmeat ot Gruece duriDB the from thu post of Premier. In Uu.'sla years old nnd present war fie U 24 Prof. Uakhtnetimt .uaa kept closely intorned In a German camp near Throughout a Ioiir tric.t of Irom has beou Tro in. touch by cabin mid wlroless with Lel?bec!c refused to work. Out of and coiUlfct with Ihe-L'tproclUltlfs. p'rogress df eventB in Petrograd," S.OOOtiuterned'COO died'of starraMoa-- ; 'ten-teotuin.iuilctd ConbUntine wnu tho Affairs In Greece, which several and It can be staled that ctiatciiuent-l- y lu threii 'months. The condition of often acc,U3e4 or beluj? limes since the outbreak oi tho war tho extraordinary embfbsy rela- tho turVivors'ts described us pitia ehur-cin Kinp'ihle.-- largefy, it was hnd seouicd on tho verge of a seltle-Ttumtion with tho cowers now la control ble' aH it result of tho lultucico of '' recently havo tulun on au'eit l' in tho Uussiait capital. Queen Soj.hla, slater of tho German nu aspect as of uncertainty that it beoraii cosnucAiT.i) pi Kmperor, whom H married lit 1SS!). came necessary for tho Powers ttt.act VIEltS MITRDEK, CHARGED Kulds Thu OaTy Activity, Coitstanlino declared lUroufilmuMliitt with decision. M. Jonnarl wna Loudon, Juno 12. Military operaItu desired only to maintain neutralito proceed to Athon3 for the Portcmonth. O., June 12. Miss act ua toil not hy tions on Uto BritlRh front in Franco purpose of laylnR before tho Prem- ty and that ho w3 HusoJ MoKeuzie wasj arrested here laht nlglit cousltiUd solely of raid but hy ier the alms which Franco, Great by.Shonff JMutllns, ot Pike-ca- st of tho Svclfaro of Iho on both sides of Nouvo Chapelje and j Itrituln and RiisjU hud with respect of Armentiores and north of ville, Ky., charged wlthsc6mpllclty la Greeks. to establishing unity of Ict.lliiR ' Lota Horn en August "; lSf.8. Cotihttin-tlii- e Ypres, according' to tho official yttto- -' tho murder, ot JitupiiK the Greeks and greater securhy thu British Vlers, of Floyd, county. Kentuc'iy, wan educated laiROly by privptti mont tihtioit to-dity for the Kutriito forces entjaRed w!ioa body .was found woight.d tutors from Leipiuc, which nan suid War Depart tuoul. In operations in tho Fst. Whiln he to havo litampcd upou him n informed thiiU'remier that troupit hud German inilut-ncc-. Ills milibeeti placed ut IiIh dijpobal, ho , THE "EAGLES STEP., . tary education was furthered hy to that otllchit to uso IUh m ineuvers lix (Jcriuany. tit toward u peaceful hottlement. Hero lu Hulkna Wat. Tho troops. accordliiK to M. Jouuart'a One IntentluK chapter of Jnstructloiii, were not to laml.un--11- 1 life is the way in which tho KliiK had Riven his ntiswor. TyV TU Jounnrt culled upon Premier Jio became tho peoplo's Idol. 'After 'almls iMonday nioiniiiR and demund- - baiuK befiu dlminsed jih commander ed in tint naiuo of the protectlnR Pow- -' of tho Greek army In l'JO'J hiKsutho popular clamor. CuntiUintine. .T3 tho abdication of King Constan- - of tino nnd noinlnation of bin succes- - then Crown Prlnco, decided to ac-nto tho exclusiou of the Uiadotiuu cfpt a commnnd in the Uusslan ttrmy, 'but tho opponition to him at hom .(Crown Prince). t M. ZalmlK recoRiiled tho dlhlnter- - lot Its ritncor nnd ho was restored estcduesb of tho l'6wers, whobo olo to lili former d ten It lea, nbject wna to reconstitute tho unity I llo IJnally became a national hero fii whtm of Greeoo under thu Constitutlou, but ,.ln iho.nalUan Wstr ho polutod out to M. Jonnart that a ho led an urmy of 1(1,000 GreokB to only ho taken by th,e ,tho rupturu of Salouikj, eauslnc 30",- -' decision could " King after a meeting of tho Grown 000 TurkK lo lay down their arms. ,WB-r,tP-D -, popularity was such, aa a result Cuuucll, coinposetl of 'former Prem-.Hi- a :? ! i or thfb Uuit, that Greeks In Awcrlcu Krt. ' hp"-j It wot not until 9::i0 o'clock this raised several thousand dottarn wfth luornluK Uiat tho Promlor communis which to purchuso a gift sword, "To tVuHtautluu, llto Lilt-lie- d to tho cotumiysloiier of ho , Powers the KlnR'B answer in .orator." 5?-- TrV Vjf . i Whon CouaUiutlitA camo to the tint following letter: ' Tl to ro- "The Minister aiulHlRh Coutiuin tlirouo It was Hald Bloner or Fntnoo, Great Britain uml Btoro tho rormer grandeur of lUe JUisslu:- - IfuJiiK demanded by your anolent Hiilletilc'Cuiplro, and tbut ho v noli? of vestelrluy thcabdicntlon of wun.a beliover In tho old natloni)! . ' Ills Majesty ICIiJB'Ooitstaiitluei aud prophecy that under tho riMsu of a' . 9 rv- i'. W mn7'5r .ryW---t- f the. nomination ofhbi Hiu'cotiwur, tljo CijustantlUQ and u boplilu Iho eastern undursluiiMl, Promler irnd . Foreign 'empire would b.e called" Into ll(o'u(;aln ' . ik HI i MlnUter, has 'the-- .honor to lufdrm aud tho cross restored on St. Sophia 111 ItlMCe uf thu V lit CVlimbintltlOUlo thiit I Jlnl '.M frnaUi.nmr tho King, ever 'BollcilatlmiH for tho orescent. interests of Grt'eco, huu decided to 4 dly tho poaco realJeB'slginjd aflor I . warn P.rpdrn nildcd 'h i ti.n .mini., with It,,. PrliinA Hii lljlk.-iAlexati- - cmiBldrblo utre.lch of TurklfiU torrl-- j Jloytil, mid nomlnaiea Prince ' i "ViAJMia," . ii(iry,io ncr uuntuin unqiu uecujituer jpr." 191J, tho long ilelrodauncsnUon or PttKwt Hoveridttn. f. Prior to tho auuouuoontent oi un mo tuiuuu ot ,;rvi.e wh currieu, out, Klug's ducialottimany Oroeku, loyal King Constantino. Wiping tho Hbl-t- o WcmI t PhIldlpl,I fuMJ Lvdav; tho orowa, gatherod for tho iro- - 'ifeuto Uk ovor tho . fort. .. to at ui down with an Iron chain in the Ohio Hlvcr at Ironton last Tuesday. GERMANS RAID John Coyer, 22 years old, a member of Company C. First Kentucky Ucglmcnt, Is lu Jail In Lexington, LONDON BY AIR: charged with' tho murder or the girl, according to Sheriff Mulllns, who said that Coyer and Miss McKenzIo 1)7 KILLED, J.TT INJURED, lNOK-Oare warm friends. Tho Sheriff says THE EAST END AUK Coyer win Indicted by the Floyd SUFFEKEHS. county grand Jury on a delicate charge preferred by the Vlers girl, and that a few days before the case was to be hqaid Coyer, Miss McKcn-M- o HAVOC IS WROUGHT and Miss Vlers disappeared. i .Miss McKcnrle refused to make a statement when she was taken to Damage Greatest Since Tho War PIkcviile for a preliminary hearllegnii, lly Teuton Air ' ing. Cruft. F - IMS.UILLU IMIO.VT TOWED INTO SPANISH 1'OKT av-(ra- to-da- 1 u, K siu-cia- ia ... ... I Cadiz, Spaiu, Monday, June 11 (via Part. June 12). The Spanish torpedo boat No. C this morning dis covered tho German submarine disabled from gunshots which hnd struck her engines. Tho submarine was towed Into Cadiz and stripped of her wireless apparatus so that the vessel could not communicate with vessels of tho Central Powers Intern ed In this port. Repairs to the German jsumbarine will take at least two days, and It Is believed tho A'essel will be interned. The German commander today paid a visit to the Spanish port official"), who later returned the vit.it. The submarine fa of 450 tons and carries a crew of tw.enty. It in equipped with two torpedo tubett guna. und twp rapid-tir- o U-- T" ' iat RK.RKp,Al.rGRO, 'discovers MA HE IS WHITE Mack Kpeh-le- r, "since his In- xr Hrei""" ed lb'' ot-th- e Paris, Ky., June 12. of this city, who, bi-ts- hy-ov- to-da- .i! dt-slr-o Hntl-Knlyu- te i- u i d, t,, '. jS to-d- ay ul i or 2. tmmflm ' jFi ry v N3. oHr vc4r ' lu-at- ed r d " iii-- i VSP9fr MKPHs. ..'KW.... L? i HtSlt g,ri,l :tti 1 I V.r lll fmf em. -- 'ym m m fancy, has supposed to be a elf negro, has made the setartling discovery' that he Is white. A few weeks ago an advertisement in a Cincinnati paper, asking blm'to communicate with a sister wbotn ha had not seen since early boyhood, was called to 'his attention. Ho .n'sweted tho advertisement and aa a re.ultjo.f thecorresp6ridenca learned that his parents and grandparents for several generations were white, Koehler'a .mother died when Jio was an infant. He was placed in an orphan's homo, but In some manner waa'Tidoflted Into the home of a negro family and reared under the thut he wa their own child. 'For mauy erir3 he waai In. the employ of 'Nat C. Uogers, a Bourbon county farmer, and it was .while so employed that he mar.cied' a nqgro Miss. Melissa May aud Mr. V. G. woman. 'They b.3e two children., . Baruett, formerly of Hartford bnt now of Dorntott, Ark.,' wero married, UAKKA.SS. WIJiLIA.M at tho homo of tho bride's brother. GeorMr. A. A. May, In Atlanta, Miss Besale WillUma, ot Beaver gia, on Saturday, June 9th, last. Dam"-Jan- d Mr. Thoma Darrais, ot Miss May is a slater of Mrs. A. M. Taylor" Mine-i- , left Beaver Dam for Barnett, of near town, and is qulto Louisville on the early morning train well known horo. Thu groom wa on this date, whera they, will ho unit born and reared near this placo and ed In marriage in tho parlors ot tho Is well known here. --Tho many durlug the day. friends of Mr. and Mrs. Barnett Hotel Watteraou. Tho brido and groom were accompaneach aud wish for them, ied by Mishcs Altha and Edna Wil tho best of every thing in life. liams, sistert of the brido, nnd Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Earrass, lia latter a ACCIDENT IN FRENCH MUNITIONS FACTORY brother of the groom. Tho bride 'is a daughter of Mr. Pa'rib, Juno 1.". The French Mtn- -, and Mrs. J. D. Williams, while tho groom is the son of' Mr. and Mrs. istry X)t Mnnltions anuouueed this, Nicholas Batrasi, each among tho aftoriioou thut an accident bad best famlllca In Ohio county. The? in one of the principal nijwlr murriod couplo will immefactories, now making munidiately leave tor a trip to Niagara tions. A largo number, of wounded, Falls, Now York City, and other tt was atd, had been taken to thu hofip'U..!. points. They contemplate being The ruing of the factory No definite for about ton day or two weeks. vcr'o being searched. The Ilepubllcan Jolnb with a host iuformation had thnM far been obof friends lu wishing that tho voyage tained concerning the number of begun by thsso young people dead and wounded, "?&)' ; may be a pleasant, prosperous and " LI VI" STOCK ASSOCIATION I oug one. TO MEET AT OWKNHllOHO YOUTH (lUIIiTY Ol1 The following letter was handed MU1CDEK MUST DIE iib for .publication: 'Richmond, Ky' Juno 11. 1917, Georgetown, Ky., Juno 12. Aftor Mr. W. W. Browdorrilartford, Ky. twolvo hours' deliberation tho Jury found Charles Douthltt, 20, guilty of My dear' Drowder: Tucro will bo a murder aud fixed tho punishment at meeting ot the Kentucky Pure Bred "" ',' Live StoCk AbMtclatlna k1" Owensboro death. Doufbttt nud a neighboring youth, on Juno 19th and I wish you to noVornOtt Sltnms, engaqed lu a short tify all your bleeders no that they urnmueut.'Itist winter. Douthitt drew will attend this'tueetlUKt The breed, a revolver, shot aud killed Siiumsjn-Mtnntl- era from Parlous' und adjoining couh-IU- 'b will meet there aud tbo objects ut the Association will be explained ttu-- dy to ull present, i wish you to urge School Picnic. , Tint rnemhoro ot tho Dundee M. E. the breeders 'of your county to at. important-t- o church, will gtvo a Sunday School tend aa'tblw ' "' Utcnlo, at 'sulphur Springs on July Iheui. With kindest recards, I am very th. Proceodu' o, by applied to . on nafHOiiagi at Dundeo. truly" yuurn, t. ' GEOFFREY MOKGANV' , 'ii&at out! and. hilji. lu ,u ' worthy ' '' ' iAt Age-- U. bu-iltlof-flcl-aV the-poobo-ll- of London, Juno lo. In a swift and deadly raid on tho city of London to day German aeroplanes took a heavy toll of killed ind wounded. Other places were attacked, but so far aa U known at present by far tho heaviest losses occurred In London itself. At a late hour tonight the casualties aa officially announced uumbered S34, including 97 killed and 437 wounded. Fjfty-fiv- o nton met death and 223 men were wounded. Sixteen women und 26 children wero killed and 122 women and 94 children were' wounded. The German squadron consisted ot about fifteen machines, and tho downtown section of London was their chief object. Many bombs fell in the. East End, where buildings wero do- -, stmyed and others badly damaged and scores of persons fell victims to the explosions. In one instance alone ten children were killed in a' school ahd fifty injured. British airplanes uscrtided immediately tho signal was givon that hostile machines were coming, but tha German remained at a great height mid flow and ovldently the British fighters had dilticulty in pursuit, for the los of only ono German machine has been recorded. Outers are reported to have been, brought dqwn, but thore in no confirmation of thia. f Tim guub uf Loudon seemingly were unable to reach the German. Whtlo a great 'many. small busir ness houses and tho honies of lu the crowded jljstrlcts suffered great damage, Field Marshal VldCouuL French, commander of the. homo dofenxes, annouitcoa that no damago of a military or naval nature ' ' was doue. V. MAY RAltNETT. 1 ,. ilo bap-pon- e.! auto-niob'l- lo alt-se- nt to-d- y. ls'-tbr- - 7f li '" LORD NORTHCLIFFE BRITAN'S "AMERICAN" stkoxgkst kni.axi's VISIT TO L'XCI.K I'AYS ri-w.u- , s.mi;ki. Washington, nnil powerful as been In welding Juno 0. Popular Arthur Ualfour has the war spirit of l ) QUKKX WIMIKIiMIXA HAS placing him with even a stronger XAHKOW KSCAI'K IX WHKOIC nnd raoro popular influence toward nioro spirited American participation London, June S. Queen AVI1in tho war. helmlna of Holland had a narrow csEngland sends Lord Xorthcllffe to ,n traln wrcck America because he Is the most suit-- ' tcri,ay ncuter'S correspondent at able man for tho Job. Ho is t,le I Tho Hacue reports. Four cars of the most. Auivri.au hi - ""f"0"""-"train in which the queen was return- Napoleon in his action, a genius In lng to The Hague were derailed at foresight, the man of destiny who, Houtcn, near Utrecht. The queen, according to tho late Count Tolstoy, who was unhurt, proceeded to the is to end tho war. capital by an ordinary train. America welcomed Xorthcllffe In A Central News dispatch says that newspa3909 as England's greatest immediately after the nccldent the perman. He was known then as the queen attended a number of injured millionaire owner of some forty-flv- o passengers, giving them first aid, not newspapers in Great Uritain, who resting until she had ascertained that revolutionized English Journalism by they were well cared for. his American methods, who was des-- 1 pised for his radical tactics nnd en- Something Different, vied for his remarkable genius and ' "Mother," said little Evelyn, "may foresight. i R0 out and play with the other j Opened EnglanilV Kyes. children now?" ..you may play with tho little girls, Now Lord Northcliffe comes as the greatest man In England, who open- - swcctiieart, i)Ut not wth tho boys; ed England's eyes by his revelations the little boys are too rough." of her military inefficiency at the be-- j "Uut, mother," rejoined the little ginning of the war, hammered at thojmisS( ..if j fina a C0, smooth little truth until he caused a complete boy, can I play with him?" change In the government for the betXot In On The Gossip. ter and Is getting action for his dem"How does your wife like the new ocratic demnnds of the British govneighborhood?" ernment. ' rs This human dynamo is 52 "Xot very well as yet. You know-she'- s Harms-wort- h young. He was plain Alfred not well enough acquainted when, at 20, ho left Oxford with the other married women in the report- - block to talk about them." Detroit and started as a Ten years later he owned more Frpe Press. magazines and newspapers than any! JOIN j 800 KUSSI.VX WOMKX man In the world. other "FIGIITIXG HKGIMKXT" Nobility, of course would not read j Northcllffe's productions. They were , too radical, too lively, too democrat- -' ' Petrograd, June 10 (via London, ic. But their owner pushed them June 11). The propaganda in favor fighting regiment" along on the American plan at the of a "women's risk of being the most despised man has made considerable progress, have al- Eight hundred volunteers in England. He came out the most envied Eng- - ready enlisted, among whom, it is The reported, is (he wife of the War Jishman and most successful. public bought his papers to burn.but Minister, A. P. Kerensky. Madame Schabanof, president of read them before destroying them, Women's League, He bought the Mail and "American- - the ized" it. Ho amazed tho world by declares herself In .favor of the plan, buying the London Times, that staid, She says it is the only means to jpnseryatlve "Bible" of British Jour- - flro tho courage and devotion of the -- ' men. Ensign Mile. Butchkareff, the nallsnl! o newspapers, originator of the plan, who has been With his Lord Northcliffe hammered at British decorated with both the medal and inefficiency, nt the inactivity of the; cross of St. Georgo for courage in Asquith Ministry, until at last IiOJine field, has quarreled with those turned public opinion his way jiml "who aided her in the organization ot N "caused a change in the administration tho regiment and has left Petrograd of the war which diplomats believe' for the front because the others rc-i- s Jected her demand for "spartan dis- for the better. " Lloyd George Is Lord Northcllffe's clpllne, with punishment of execu-maTho small British War Coun- - tlon for the smallest breech of dls-c- ll Is Lord Northcllffe's idi. Both clpllne, If thrice repeated, The corps will be formed without aro doing their utmost to make up of the former ad- - Ensign Butchareff on a basis of for the slowness untary discipline. in prosecuting the war. Lord Northcliffe Is behind both T"""-- ; NOTICE. and the English people back him with i We again call the attention of our supreme confidence. 'Having won the English pepple to a greater spirit for readers to the fart that The Kepub- flghtlng the war of democracy, he 1(,m .,,, vlMlsU no communications comes lo America to put tho work signed by the author. of his predecessor on a firmer basis, .unless weeks pass that anonymous articles t, are not recched and it is not our tlc- Sloan's Liniment For Hheumatisni. of rheumatism, the! sire to hurl newsy Items- Into the The torture pains and aches that make life un-- j waste basket. This anonymous com. bearable arc relieved by Sloan's Lin- - muninition rule is stated each week iment, a clean clear liquid that '.b at the head of tho editorial column easy to apply and more effective than antl must bo udhered to. Requests mussy plasters or ointments because that names be omitted from print it penetrates quickly without rub- -' iu complied with, but the manuscript blng. For the many pains and aches must hear the writers' slKnature. following exposure, strains, sprains Till: EDITOR. nnd muscle soreness, Sloan's Liniment is promptly effective. Always POTATOES SIDE TRACKED TO SPOIL WHILE PRICES SOAR have a buttle handy for gout, lumneck, bago, toothache, backache, stiff Government Chicago, 111.. June and all external pains. At druggists, Into tho reasons for J5C. d coal In Illinois recently TRIO "CREiri'IXG BARRAGE" discovered fifteen cars loaded with MODERN- WAYS TO FIGHT potatoes on a siding close to ft coal jmlno near Seatonvlllo, 111. From London. British attacks In France the condition of tho potatoes flio revolutionizing war methods. Ar- -. vestlgators concluded they had been tillery and Infantry aio being left on tho siding to spoil while high prices wuro being maintained In nated as never before. ' Most novel new tactics Is the Chicago. Investigation of the food "creeping barrage." This is a will continue beforo the tain of artillery II ro that, timed to'jimo grand Jury. Some of tho egg tho second precedes a wavo of in- - dealers under ludlclraeUt gave bonds 1.1,000. fantry as" It sweeps out of the llrlt-Jo- f ish und toward the German trench-- ; FHLAXR AXD REED OF KY. eB. WITH PKRHIU.XCMN KUKOI'K Cannon in tho rear aro ordered to firing ut ,a given tlino and k btart Among tho military officers a elovato the line of lire" slightly at' a tached to the stuff Of Gen. Pershing given rate. Infantry In the front lines are told and received by King Georgo sat- ' to leavo tlieir trenches at 'a given urday wore two Kentuckiuns, MaJ. tlmo exactly, .and move 'toward tho Logan Feland, of tho United States Corps, wlioso' homo la (Marino German lines. When tho' Infantry starts,1 shells In HopklnBVllle. and Capt." Wi'lllam Reed, of Springfield, a 'cavalry from their own artillery are burst-,Jng jutt In front' of them! and as officer. Both were ofllccrs advance, the shells keep burst- - lucky regiments during- tho Spaiijshn ' being" tvWcm-froli- t. ing always 'tho same distance' iu American Wurlteetl '"V . tenant in tho First 'and Felarid'tf Cap- , At the same tiroo other shells arc tain in tho Third. - England and America, as head of the Jlrltlsh mission, Great Hrltaln Is re- hurstlng In the Ccrmnit trenches, making It Impossible for their occupants to advance and causing many casualties. At the Instant the trench flro and the advancing "curtain" of flro meet, of tho German tho cannonading trenches ceases and tho British pour Into them, killing tho survivors who refuse to surrender. Then tho British, hnvlng taken tho trench, begin to prepare it for defense against tho German canonade which they expect to follow as soon as German officers discover tho trenches have changed hands. m Farm Department To Help Poultry Industry in Hoiitli. Washington, I). C. To assist poultry raisers nnd shippers In three Southern States to Increase production and lessen spollago of eggs and dressed poultry, tko U. S. Department of Agriculture is sending its demonstraegg and dressed-poultr- y tion car on tour in Tennessee, AlaTho car also bama, and Kentucky. will touch two border points In MisIn tho sissippi nnd one In Virginia. course of tho present tour, the car of tho more Imwill visit thirty-nin- e portant egg nnd poultry shipping points on the Southern Railway System. Four of Uncle Sam's and dressed poultry experts will accompany the car. Tho Stato Experiment Station in each Stato will send specialwltn the car a poultry-raisin- g and farm raisist to help back-war- d ers of chickens Increase production of eggs und flesh and to use the most effectlvo and economical methods of feeding, housing, nnd protecting fowls from pests and disease. The car will open Its southern tour nt Germantown, Tcnn., on June and, spending one day In demonstrations at each stop, will complete its present schedule at Willlamstouu, Ky., on July 30. Stelnway & Co., for use as "potato pens." Pens have also been erected on land adjacent to tho plant. This land was formerly used as a lumber yard. If tho project Is as successful as Stelnway expects it will bo the scheme may bo generally adopted. Tho spaolous lawns surrounding tho Stelnway homestead on the Bowery also have been plowed up and Employes of planted in potatoes. the company nre allowed time off with pay to cultivate their plots. KITCHEX HELPS. Stuffed Green Peppers. HOTEL fOWHATAEl I Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law HAJLTKOltD, Will KY. practice hl iirofosloi In lhl 'and adjoining ccuntUw. ComiiiorcIaJ ud Criminal Practice a Specialty. , ItLOFAMERKANlDlA In Utlljr Wiound, countrymen. hit. It It fox where r.codrliote! the Powhiiin hid Uie In the O.ETAYLOR.CE Beaver Dam, Ky. Hi(j..way and Drainage Design. hert of Its ,. - Put any cold meat, such as roasts or steaks, and pass through tho meat chopper. Put two heaping teaspoonfuls of butter In saucepan, together with one heaping left-over DR. lertl !ictmn inn.l Avrmir. lsth maVr The Trmliatan u trfinn!. snrt rctffl. It' it a drnraMe II I HART VETERINARY SLmGB.ON KICAVKK HAM, KY. 0. E. IVnrlvnii headquar- teas-poonf- nl Streets . of flour. Rub smooth over Are and add sufficient unstrained canned tomatoes to make a thick sauce. Fill sweet peppers with the mixture and bake an hour, pouring tho rethe mainder of the sauo around peppers In the baking pan before putting in the oven. lollreo. parties contention!, Scl ter Ice IriJil iiutf, eoltourist anJ ! The l'o rutin attract! .the people ot culture ar.il Its innxtniit)' tj State, War ami Nan Urrartrrcnts alo to manf Internt, ot rmturk-atoint ir.aVta Oflltc Jahio.4 Tiijlor'H I.I very Unrn. - -- - tractive il.it tt a diicnminjlinf lttl ericia!ly at- pub-J- ) yi-i- $15-a-we- j ' I ' Pan-Russi- two-scor- ; n. ' j i -- high-price- in-n- re l- ' 0. " Cream Pie. Mix well half a cup of sugar, two small tablespoonfuls of flour, stir Xartjer tho beaten whites of three eggs, one Potato Beetles Plan For Control. pint of cream. "flavoring with vanilla. Jl Bi iiiiiiii The Colorado potato beetle has Bake with one crust. made Its appearance In the Kaw and Brown Betty. Arkansas Itlver valleys and other Tako two cups of bread crumbs, of Kansas. Steps should be sections this two cups of sliced apples pared anil taken immediately to combat h of a cup of sugar, pest, points out George A. Dean, cored, one teaspoonfui of cinnamon, a Kau-sa- s professor of entomology in the INHUME of butter and a pinch ot State Agricultural College. salt. When the Ingredients are all One of the most effectlvo remedies for this Insect is paris green, ac- mixed and water enough to soften l Place the butter cording to Prof. Dean. For small add lemon Juice. patches it may bo used dry by mix- on top in the baking dish and cover. ing It with fifty times its' weight In Bako for about an hour, the last half If tho apHour, slacked lime or land piaster. with tho dish uncovered. ples look dry add a little more water, This mixture should be applied ir the morning when the dew is still oi. iervo with hard sauce. the plants, either by a perforated cai Spring Colds Are D.iiigiv-ous- . or some sort of a powder gun. 1 Sudden changes of temperature I GUARANTEED SKKVICK On large fields It is best to applj One hundred per cent I the mixture In the form of a spray and underwear bring spring colds I with stuffed up head, sore throat and 1 vnluo. Special work for W. I One pound ot paris green and I O. W. pound of freshly slacked lime will general symptoms. A dose of Dr. I W. F. STEVENS, kill the larvae, but It Is necessary King's New Discovery Is sure relief, R. F. D. 7. Hartford. Ky. I, to use 2 or 3 pounds of parls green this happy combination of antiseptic balsams dears the head, soothes the I Representing Continental to kill the beetles. Marble & Granite Co. "Many growers prefer to use 3 to irritated membranes and what might I have been a lingering cold is broken 5 pounds of lead arsenate to a barup. Don't stop treatment when rerel of water,, because It Is more adlief Is first felt as a half cured cold hesive than the mixture ot pans Tako Dr. King's New green, and there Is no danger of is dangerous. 1 Discovery till your cold. is gono burning," said Prof. Dean. "Powdered lead of arsenate may also be used as a dust spray just as soon as FOR FLETCHER'S tho insects are found working on the wu-mr.- 1 plants, and the application repeated f .. . generation of Insects when the other appear."-Ann Badly Cut. The Colorado potato beetle is the King, an employe of tho most common and destructive enemy Hartford Republican, sustained a of the potato grower in Kansas, ac- very bad cut on the left arm, yestercording to Prof. Dean. The adult day afternoon when ho fell, whllo OTHER NAME. papers Insects hibernate In the earth in tho litting to the newspaper winter months. The warm sunshine press, striking a window. . Tho glass of April or May brings them out. broke and severed a leader and a WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. The adult beetle is a stout, btrip-e- d nerve. Hartford Hwrald. If yon .urcha tho NKW IIOMi: Jm will inch In insect, about one-ha- lf hnvo n life imi t nt tho prlco you iy, nud will not linvcnn intlktiH chain of repairs. length. As soon as the young potato plants appear the adult female vC Ip-Tr-- T' iY7t Quality beetles deposit their eggs on the un ? ri I der side of tho leaves, One female Considered "i" t beetle lays an average of W)0 eggs it is the In one week after the v& In one month. Cheapest eggs are deposited tho larvae hatch T v ralT kWi out and immediately begin gorging in the end themselves on tho leaves and eat an - to tllV. amount of food out of all proportion size. to their If ynu wtuitaM'Wlni;iiincliIii(', write for T our Intent cntaloiiue bt'furu you purvhnso. These larvao enter the ground afor three weeks,, Tbe New Home Sewins Machine Co., Orange, Mass. ter two and one-hapass through tho pupao stage, and In a week or two the adult beetles of Children In tho second generation appear. A safe, old fashioned Kansas and tho states .where the beetle 13 most Injurious two generaremedy for worms. tions always appear, and In somo Seventy-liv- e yean continu-ou- t seasons three In one year. use !$ the best Irilimoniil FBEY'S VERMIFUGE cn : ii B' ft ct&rA LtfQElAv offer you. PENS IX POTATO Krrpt Urftlc tlwanontnd. Il S3 - SMALL PLACES wjl txlp krrp tfx bl& enn nd lil'Jiy New Yorw, Juno 9. An extenslvo 25c. ft bottle t jroui on.1 iul i or t nrtil ttor; m .your dkr 2!c. method whereby largo quantities of ' Kippiy you. "! dKit nrw tnd en't potatoes may bo grown on small n lUmpa and f'U kJ you bull promptly. spaces has been developed by TheoE. & S. FREY, dore E. Stelnway, a member of tho " BALTIMORE. MD. - on Food Supply. mayor's CommitteevsaaauJ methTho distinctive featuro TFyonwnntto mcceexl JL IH IIIO uu uiuai kllUW od Is tho growing of the potatoes in nhat It new in tiutlneti Dd Inuaav- try, in intention unu teiencs. pens which measure C by S feet on (let out of the rut) get on tbe lirius Una. Raw tho grouud and aro C feet high. This method, first tried in Western mining camp3, is said to have yielded bushels of potatoes to thirty-fiv- e Years Used A. ( .A.t n..Ua mnA each pen, .. mnnv1! worth. Rffrv niniith pens occupy such a small Theso inn Pictures 30O Article space that they may bo placed In evnew Ideju til for VmlrWcentt. All th and wlrelett. nd In electricity In tmnwnrlf &ncl ery back yard lu tho nation. They Infentlem In hA . t.ll ..luitin.. are lmilt by placing pieces of timber firtnlcj, aru n maclilnerr. In How to make ihlnit at home. M patet tJtrr G. Inches wldo' In altcrnato layers, monthlucluUmK refrlseratort, poultry houaea, "pig pens" In similar in stylo to tho furniture, automobile tliop reptlrt. etc uc. common use on farms. Starting at It li full or It it written iu plain Eaglub for men and bora. tho ground layers of earth Clnchea 15'Cent a Copy $1.50 K Year . .. . ta deep ure placed within tho lncltsure Get It rrqra a pewiuraitr or wnw Ju.t " ft. layer of dirt thir- nmi in nncli . The Woman's . . t il ' Tonic seed potutoes aro pjajitcd In tliihsnrouta such a manner that, when appe'ij'r tlieV And' their outlet, outward jp Sold Everywhere . "V -.. .A .Instead .of. upward.. Cull on Tiro llciiubllrau for Flile r. acres of land Several hundred ' ,' Job rrlnting. ' , ,. employes of havo been assigned to one-fourt- The Powhatan otleti roomo with detached bath at SI. JO, Kccrot with pri$2 00 and up vate bath. !2 iC. JJ.CO and up. booVlct uilh mux Write fir CL1TFORD M LEWir. 1 OltVllM. aiMOolii on latonUMUtr. loot on 03-S0- B THAT llcoomir.irlM fr. VouUlo PATENTS TRADE MARKS tromptlj cWJn.-- In I PAua.ti1ittomUroU7,ali.rl PASSING, RtrCPCNCCS. fto4irJrl pliuiorrUfkk It Jf.rf ju ui Kitwn. toe Savnnth Otroeat.J WABHINSTON, D. C. l'nni. FREE report BUR. 'or freo (IsUo Patrnte srtia tu I 'X' u WILL YOU TAKE OUR GERMINAL REMEDY BBBBjw VVbV 'iO i Triilrcml for WEAK LUNGS cr CONSUMPTION A quick relief lor that llreJ. FOR ONE MONTH n (eelloc. tun-d- couchi, paint In cheil. nitht twrai. hemqr. thacet, weak lunjt r rnniumpllon. II It doe, not help yo !l coila you oolkiof. SK,5Sr,.-I-? OHIO MEDICAL CO. ( KILLtke and WITH CURE the LUNGS couch Children Cry CASTO R A r W ""Ir.' Ilk Iff i UflMt IU Dr. King's M x. ei'rvi Trial Btuia AND ALL THROAT AND LUNQ TROUBLES. New Discovery trjirt FnR Opuchs in w" ireti UbUO bVI GUARANTEED SATISrACl'ORl OR MONEY REFUNDED. 3 II Wll "T &!' rJMillii DcrcMDtr.1",rm',,' wL i a Mothers use o J1.BII, vr romu and fmimrf'r4t jkltlureila rtMrvl.ilfn-'rfl- iJAPia, I Iww to obUlii intcuu, tnule rn roprrtitjU.iU, in an r.ntiriTntr3. JltuUnt i.rwr Uh Huuington fjxn tini.l mi'mty nail rjit faitni. MrU,.M..I .Pp4.lVa r.rlutlvrlv. 0....I ..... ....... h........j. A I.W ir lf For the YerMrase sllWfS VSLXy y IKot M- VtiUi f Ut.i rUn CBct, I UcVJl Ftrwt, WAUI74NGTON. D. C. Ut t'ts ut l H VK iiTOTt!1 til WvojJ Get on theFiringLine ... m P0PULA8 nfflECHAMCS 300 ARTICLES -- 300 ILLUSTRATIONS TTJ-:- i Informed of tho World' Progresa In! Lnclnperintr. Mechanics nnrl lnvnlinn. Ifnr Father and Son nnd All tho Family. It appeal n anu n omen. uinii iiawes uia onn i iiitiiuiraToriio.'uaaaaiiiH latnouaundtot lioinee throuuhout tho worhL Our r orrien t 'orreipondeuia are eo&atantlr en the alia thlngt ounir-;nie- of-th- is AAGAZINB Popular Science Monthlv' . 40 CARDul POPULAR MECHANICS MAGAZINE No. Michigan Avenue. cniCAwa ltd l tie ahop Netna DeMrtmant -0 I'agM) coutiilo rotciii'ji jiiiiu lor nuop urK anq ciur waya xor ine l&vm.n In .lit thlnira nrnunil fliA llnm.1- Ameteur Machanlco (17 1'agMr for tho Pore and ii now in mate wire-lMint wiin 11 kuiouiaKniuiDEA mi4 Teloitraph UnttitN Knglnei, ikmti. HaoW' boeii .IcwHlrjr. IUA Furniture, etc. runtttloa In atruutluuafortDuMochaalc.CaniperanJKiioiUiiiao SINGLE COPIES. ISc SI.IO PER YEA Orate irn yaw waaMlr ae weatt lrw U tutllitf Sample cosy will t tent an roiiuaat. Written So You Can Understand " (or new and lutornUog and It U rooney-rnaaina- j, tiep-mii- ty-fi- J .. . !. 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HKIU-- : is a coon plack to .stop for littlk monky Plim. lint pur per per and Cold Running Water. day: 2 people, $2.00 each day; 2 people, 2.2fi each day; 2 people, 2 2 Louisville Hotel, Louisville, Ky., Main St., bet. 6th &.7th The Only Hotel In lniKvllie Operated tin the American mid IM,AX (With Meals) AMERICAN Rooms ulthout Until but uitli single, $2.00 75 Rooms Rltigle, 2.C0 50 Rooms CO Front Rooms. single 3.00 IUmiui with Ptitiite Ualli: single, 3.00 00 Rooms CO Rooms single, 3. CO EUROl'KA.V PLAN (Without Meals) Rooms without Until but with single, $1.00 Rooms CO Rooms single. 1.25 CO Front Rooms. single, 1.C0 Rooms with Private Ruth: CO Rooms single, 1.S0 single, 2.00 CO Booms 7C per day; per day; people, people, 2.75 each 3.00 each Hot and Cold Running Water. per day; 2 people, $0.75 each per day; "2 people, 1.00 each per day; people, 1.25 each per day; per day; people, people. 1.25 each 1.C0 each 2 THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Cor. Sixth and Main Sts. lCtintpcun Plan Only. Rooini Without Ruth, $1.00 and up; Rooms With Private Rath, 91.50 and up IJrnt KutiiiK Pluro In Town. The- Louisville Hotel and the Old Inu aro located in the wholesale walk to the retail district and theaters. district aud only n - LOUISVILLi: HOTKIjAM) OLD LV.V COMPANY', Props. iiiiiiiiiiiiii;iiiiiiiiiiuii Vaiiderbilt Training School for Boys ELKTON, KY. Will help parents develop their sons kito Alio beat type of citizens and Christian gentlemen. Its patronage is widely scattered and conies from the best homes in the South. Its capacity is limited, therefore, reservations should bo made early. Place your on in this select gioup of 'boys. Write MATHEMEY & BATTS For catalogue and information. Box A. SHI wtlm II lmBBKw'la'VJr'sir No Combination fit Reading Like It and All For i 52-- i Companion UJr II a Jr Issues of U aTHEWJTr5 COMPANION Jhe Youth's . pheBestlro jt 2 lues lm cQL and of WALL'S MAGAZINB 52 ISSUES Tlie favorite family weekly nf Anirrien, VI Ciroat ocnuit or Cjioups m 1'J17. auitl ISO Short Stcr.e. a thooiii.J A'.ttclcu ami Sui!KCtionA. a thousand 1'uimv Urns. iicci.a l'aca lot alt 4i;c. Jf ausm Ths mftQ mULAW wilonoa U issues tip a eatsj rrrEu.i 'sniit.ifTHWUrv brUlnailimw x jiiirndui ffuinrri. Vw sainthly icsuca of act the "CaIr, m.udcc vi tmta a i pcttxnmt out 4 SKfcttn IWfin Kvcn snuuiU vi ui". vUTT PfcUnraloe... d I wBSm liiSEoiSi 1THK or aaaft.tPIIamaa cf f.ll. Mjrr wurttt tu psMua.ni tht swir la vU YOUTH'S COMPANION for 5J week, tnd tl 117 Horrw Calendar. (Wi r io to nrtti YiHiUt'v &mnnlon tuWnber.i only.) MAOAilNE rrery month for n year: aUo choice of uiy 2McCAU.'H 1'Victu I'KEE for 2 ccut citra tu i over nuilin. YOUni'3 OOMPANION. St. P St, DQSrOH, MASSACHUSglTS irE J - Kansas City. The "signs of tho full ef life and action, filled with the times declared the second coming of nrc or tine inspiration and followed g agony. A Ilrlt-Ik- Ii Christ Ih near at hand," Dr. George by 250 short stories of adventure. will make naval olllcur, Writing Jn a news- B. Newell, pastor of tho Third Prespaper hen1, gives a graphic account byterian Church, .declared In a serof the horrors endured hy the Ger- mon here. man undersea sailors, summing up "Wo now havo reached n Hitik w with a few tragic words the end of when the 'gospel has been preached Ic ii which had become entan- Intvery nation.'" said Dr. Newell. o in 1 91 gled In the netting under a mine "And not only are the Jews return Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' Pace! ing to Palestine, but they are gath field. Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles of ering material to rebuild Solomon's Tho account follows: Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best "We hear a great deal of the suc- tem'ple. minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone cess of the German submarine, 'its "Paul's description In Second Timin mc iiome. i nereis no age failures are cloaked in an Impene- othy, III. 1 and 4, of tho 'perilous limit to enthusiasm for The Three Current Issues Free secrecy. It requires an effort times before Christ's second coming trable Youth's Companion. If you do not know THE COMPANION to visualize all thtj afiony fits our own age. This Is a time of let ui end you Thro Current I.tutt . Hit-- minutes that are great catastrophes, of earthquakes, all 'of FREE, Inclote thU Coupon with your 52 Times a Year request. lu passing when deathly dis- tires, battles and disasters. not 12. Thoee who ubtcribo now, tendjng $2 "Tho disobedience of children to aster is half a fathom awny, all tin: for the 52 tuuet of THE COMPANION Alore RoodreadinR than you will Intensity of mental parents has Increased alarmingly In for, 1915. will receire The Companion get in any of the monthly Home Calendar FREE. concentration that nuvur ceases while the last half century. In thousands, magazines. a at sea. Perhaps of homes no grace is said at meal thi' titihuiuriue SlirtQrplPTinMc rrcirt?r only the man with submarine oxperl-- . tfme. Then people are becoming I ence can even guess at the price of lovers of pleasure rather tliau lovers THE HARTFORD REPUDLIOAN AND VOUTH'S COMPANION, BOTM ONE YHAIt FOR ONLY $2.75. of Cod. I'uee .'Miiny Pri'llx. Profimlty On All Sliles. "Tlie (lermans iay for whatever "This also Is a blasphemous age. We Knock the Spots Out of Things successes they havej I offer them A child can't go five blocks on an erno sympathy on that score. It ts a rand without hearing profanity and fl dirty kiiiiic, anyway, hut It takes full- - johsceae thlu" grown men to play it. "lu spite of our boasted morality "Have you ever thought what it there are 1,000,000 prostitutes In Fifty-fiv- e Lea-sotypewriters. means for a Uerinun submarine to the United States. explained by Moving PicFrench Dry Cleaned and Pressed In ft get out iuto the Atlantic? It has to "The turning away of Christians ture machine. Seven big DeSuperior Manner. dodge mines lu the Itlght of Heligo- from their faith us spoken of In Timpartment Shorthand, Bookland. It has to crawl in a Send us your Garments and othy Is heiug fulfilled. There has keeping, Telegraphy, Stenotypy, condition, ready to plunge at been no time at which the people Them Music, Primary Normal. Exany moment, across the North Sea to have turned more to 'Isms' and 'sepert teachers. Modern equipcertain perturbed waters tossing iu ducing doctrines.' There are thirty-CLEANED CLEAN ment. Position assured. tho north that arc the only possible one claimmen In the world Packages called for and doUrered. Write for catalogue. outlet, aud every iuch of thoie wat- ing to bo Christ. ers Is p.ttrolcd by British vessels "The words spoken by Christ preTHE ELITE PRESSING CLUB destioyTs, motor launch?., trawlers. dicting 'wars and rumors of war' and Daviess Sus. College like, all carrying guns, all the 'rising of nation agnlnst nation' and the A. Ira Nail, Prop. Incorporated carrying every device known to man before the end, are being fulfilled. . HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. j OWE.VSUORO, KY. that will kill the submarine. "From the time of the Civil War A there has scarcely been a nation "Worse remains behiud. smudge of smoke on the horlzoo.and not at war. And now we have virdown tho submarine goes Into dark-- , tually the world engaged In the ties. The thudding of the Diesel combat." Petro-MenRelives Piles 'engines Is replaced by the soft purr Would Como Unexpectedly. No matter how stubborn the of the electric motors. Then across , Dr. Newell said he believed Christ case may be Petro-Ment- a will tho silence there breaks a soft, slow, would come, very unexpectedly nnd grinding uolse. The commanding W0Uld come personally and visably. bring relief. A trial will convince you. For salo by Ohio County otliier looks at his coxswain by Ills At hi first returu he would reveal Drug Co. Price 25c. lu the thoughts of both Is the himself only to believers and they ono idea, 'Trawlers' and trawlers ami the dead Christians would be cirry grappling hooks that will pierce caught up in the air to dwell with surprise and said: "Why you are a ' tho thin skin, of a submarine in a! Christ. Then would como tho week ahead of your time." Tho subof places as they uro towed jiod of great tribulation, In which marine Qew no flag. at a leisurely pace. y tu6 wicked would ho left oa earth Feclrighfc all tho time. Don't lay of! The American survivors aro Albert from work for days by taWn calomel "Then tho nolo of tho trawler's aud the dovtl would reign. Lyons, Brldgewater, Mass.; A. Mc- when pleasant Lie- - Ver-La- x keeps you propellers Is mixed with a sharper, "That time must last seven years," Coy, Los Angeles; James Geoghe'gan, on your feet, while rcliovimjyour troub clearer, faster whirr. Destroyers! said Dr. Nowell, "aud It may la3t 700 Salamanca, N. Y.; John McNeil, le. Safer too, and easy to take. Don't is iu an unhealthy corn- or 7,000 years. God pity anyone The anything- caa't afford Providence, R. I.; Jacob Hbuser, takeEliminates else. Youcleanses syser. it and relievespoi3ons living at that time. - The end of the Middletown, Pa. constipation. A nat- tem "Tho commander dives lower and great tribulation is foretold in the Two Americans wero killed when j ural remedy, natural in ita actions, sure swerves toward tho coast. Thero twentieth chapter of Revelations. steamer Manchester Mil m 1L3 eucct anu certain in rcsuira. 11 Is only one thing to do to rest many Tho devil will bo cast out and Christ the British lonjr before Lio- - ax will ler, loaded with cotton, woh torpe- won't bo displace calomel in overt completely fathoms down on tho sandy bottom will return and reign for 1,000 years. doed Juno G. Tho Americans were homci Children can tako it freely an till it i dark. This will bo tho mlllcnlum, a time of Fireman Ashley and Dautols. Tho with perfect safety. Every bottlo zua Itiibblui Murk Gravci. peace and joy. At the end of that members of tlio crew, includ- antced. 50c and SI in bottles Noi genuine without the likeness and siemt"That is what happens under tho time, tho devil will again bo looked other ing several Americano, wcro lund-eIUTO ui u, Xk. viimauy, i; ui paiu uj happiest circumstances. There nre from the pit of hell and flro from othors. Thero may bo no sandy heaven will consume him. Tho i. H. W1LLIAM3, - Hartford Kj bed, only treacherous roclts, with a wicked who aro dead shall bo raised OV CLOTHING THK lumpy sea running that meaim hang- xnii tho ttdgineiit day shall bo PRORLHM WAR NAVY ItNING SOLVICD ing and battering the frail hull till held." It leaks. Then tho must o Washington, Juno 10. Tho probTHE LADIES' HOME JOURNAL, crawl on under water hour after hour while thoso telltale propellers THE SATURDAY EVENING POST lem of clothing tho war navy Is belns dltn-culthrob on the surface. Tho engineer liul THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN solved rapidly in spite of "the of securing tho 10,000,000 begins to look serious. Electric wish to secure tho spare time of a purda of cloth needed for the job. sturngo batteries will only run for a man or woman to act as local that few holds. Thero Is perhaps enough iu Hartford aud vicinity, Secretary Daniels said llbrm Piirrania perfect fit, simplicity power to keep her going nuothcr looking after tho renewals of their tho navy clothlug factory of CharlesCelebrated far .trie, in4 reliability nearly 40 years, bold In nearly ton, S. C, now turning out 10,000 many subscriptions iu this section, couplo of hours. every city anil town in tlie United States ani Canada, or by mail direct. Store sold Itiaa and Introducing theso publications whito suits a mouth would have an "There is a sudden moment of any other make. ScnU for tree catalogue. in tho submarine. Ev- to new readers. Payment will bo output of 100,000 a mouth upon (HIcCAIX'S MAGAZINE More suliscrilirrs than any other fashion ery ono Is struck unconscious for made in salary and commission. Pre- completion of an addition now going snagasliie million a month. Invaluible. lattou srcondH while tho boat shakes vious experience is dcBiriblo but not up, and that tho Now York factory est styles, pattern, dressmaking, millinery, plain scwint?, (.ncy nrcdlcwoik.lialfdrcssinjr. Each wukes to find essential. and trembles. For dotalls address, with with help from prlvato contractors ctlquitte, po'il stories, rte. Only W cents' year (woiui double), including a free pattern. himself, Hung headlong into u com- references, Box C54, THE CURTIS will lucroaso Its production of lilun Subscribe today, of send (or sample copy. er. The holm suddenly swoop downCOMPANY, Indepotul-cuc- o suits from 20,000 to 70,000 a month PUHLISHING ONDEBFUL INDUCEMENTS to Agent). Postal brings premium catalogue wards, though thu diving rudder 1.4 Square, Philadelphia. 17t2 by July 1. Nearly 00,000 mou havo anu iicit sa.ii uikq u.ivia. iuurt navy thlM year, boon added to tho m set upward; the stern cocks up to an McCAU. CO.. ZU la J IT. 37U. St, NEW YOU of thorn lu tho H uioro thuu IJfelllto Play. Incredible angle. A trap. A mined . past two months. -Mother (entoring tho nursery) UTT net, probably, or some now coutrlv-anc- o f " " -"-"-1 Children, why (16 you'slt about lookthat is thu r something uew.some-tlilli- g ing bo solemn and unhappy? " Why WOULD L'NLIST RUT 18 llAHKKD IIY AGK from which thero is no known not play a gaine of somo sort? Ono of Them Wo aro playing: ( method of esoape, somo peril that lias Loxinglon, Ky., Juno 8. Sayliiff "Wo'ro grown-u- p ladles mukliiK an not boon faced boforo. ho had instilled patriotism iuto his "Thero is n sllcnco of tho tomb lu afternoon call." London Answers. flVe nous and now wanted to fight Succeed wiicn cverytbiiii? else fails. thu steel bull. No ono speaks. Then LIMlIt HUNK AND for hla country,, also, II. 11. Wilson, J In nervoui prostratloa and female another explosion, wcalineia; they arc the supreme n citixon of IO AKIJ MlrtSING 00 years old, a "A low oily patches on tho surface remedy, ai thoitsaada have testified. piko, uppeured at tho tho Vorsaillea of the set, a fuw bubbles that hurst FOR KIDNEY. LIVER AMD Loudon, Juno 8. Tho llrlthh recruiting heiulquarteni of tho Third mid tiro gone. That is all 'tho slay-or- a ' STOMACH TROUBLE y steamer Southland from Liverpool Regiment and applied for see. Uiter a query murk Is put i It is tlie hest mctllclne ever ioldl a An 45 years 1b tho maxfor Philadelphia lu ballast wus over a dtupia 'a counter. nguliist ono mpro report lu tho ou Juno 4. Shu hud six imum ago limit, Capt. A. J. Harnett, department." L'd- -; jn charge of tho recruiting, was fore-war- d Americans aboard, of whom ono, Rlgnoy, of Now York City, ia td to deny tho roquost. iniaaliiK. Tho kuii crew on .tho Mr. Wilson's II vo boiis, vho aro "Wointm Wxtnis I Southland fired ton shots at tho sub- lu. tho millUiry service of, tho couu-trmarine after thu first torpedo was aro Dr. Gcorso Wllsou, II. II. For Infasts aud Children flrod. A second torpedo won tired Wilson, Hon I). Wllsou, 13. R. WllBon In Us Over Years by tho subiutirino uutl it caused an and T. L. Wilson. Always bears explosion lu tho iuai;azlno which killed eight men. Signature of C4arfrZ&&&44 ThinKs To RemtubBr. FOR PERSONAL HYGIENli iDsMoWecs in water for dou;be Two bunts containing forty men topi Your umbrella. tseivic causrrb, ulcerauon una mliuia-uttIo- n. aro still .luissiuir. Tho rest of tho A.cv'rtalii party's birthday. Recoraravnded by Ldi E. Didn't AUvi'Wlvc. crew of ICO has been landed. Tho point of tho story. Pinkham MccL Co, for tnu yckra.1 "How da you uccouut for his failyour HnRW Is As bUowIhr thu excolluut .luforma- What' tho sti-luoit IsMjirt0 woader for tuual xUrit, ure?" tiou which tho submarines roeolvo for. throat and sore eye, tconocuic!. "Ho luuceedod. ou tho theory that tho ooMiiUHDiibr, whon Inform Your Hank balan. waj, lbfsatBWioigtl.aiiiiiifly.HoUaj.MAM. people hud to buy goody at bis stvro." od of tliu mamo of tho alilp, shtwod ' ilia tlcUetB. , subncrvc-shat-terlumind-rackinat I I BWi.-atlncen-'turli- '8 nervu-wrackhi1 London, June 9. The life of a marine xiiilor la one of t ,.... IH ffll ns Ladies' and Men's Garments Ht to-d- ' 4 s ta USE LI V-VER-- J j For Lazy Liver and the Troubles ol Constipation, per-sco- ro ou-nlo- U-b- Vc-L- d. U-b- ty repre-bcntatl- vo V two-thir- '- over-haunti- ft-u- ESectrie Bitters woll-Iuiov- od J CASTOR For A y, Every 30 at 1 lrst II , troyod Belgium, now nearly three years rfgo. No, we arc iu this war because Germany for nliout two ami one half years kept tramping upon uMln In law lit tti Fontnfllr Ratcrod Hnrtturd, Ky.. n niMI mutter of the mcodi! our corns, kept doing things to' us which wo told her not to do, and If she should have seen fit to pursue a W. 8. TIXSLHV, Editor & Bus. Mgr. different course with reference to nur nartlculnr rlchts we would most ' to nggrcill.t ,10W no nt peace with her. Address all communications Che Hartford Republican. ,P,)0 grcat majority of the people of .this Nation havo been educated up NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS to tllc pllt where they look upon UcriUr ilirln tli iiirwiit to new jj wnr ng nono 0f our nffalr or w,at e,se g (Q ,,,, CJ. ftt n) To'..i.o,i.,.,ls...i,Mi.H-,.prliceMn,lpecteIn view of tlio statements by men like Ollle James Inst j made ,eriieiorMwhiici.ntiiiiiiiiinwriion. l owtuHrifK. Kciiutiitiiiii'H-'iirii'iTinniinj( w,n je nald "No woman can lin. money luiulrniix-- . im i.nr fin cor nt Woodrow . , Church Nolle, tir wrrl.w fr.r. but other .. r .iw ft USUI! Ittlll fMJf tdTcrtloemciitn. " jwr llli. no life In war" perhaps those are not will Anonymoui, comnmnli-ntliinttentlon the wonls used but they were to Hint effect at least. We were made to believe that we could not possibly get ..1 3 Cumljiirlaiii and Into a war with Wilson .. CO XSjLXXxiara occupying the Presidential high place 'mi, I tin. front rnininon neonle are not ...JUNE 15jto bo bIanlC(, ,f they ,iou.t sco things FRIDAY, as they really are. It Is the least of uchy criticism to We call our readers special ntten-,- ?' ' "" -"- ""-" ' of politics ".7..:. tion to an article on page two In this'"01" date. The brand issue, entitled, "Nation faces great at this piaed last fall and tho condition of Peril." First column. the country at this date are two dif- Drop i questions altogether. Proceediugs are being instituted ferc,lt his hlgn sounding anu away on ;mi. In many places throughout the counhappen to England, Jr something try against those who: failed to regFrance, let either fall out and wc ister under the selective draft will be fighting the Huns on American soil in three months therealter, that. We weath- perhaps less time than The present season of hot of need to hurry men, implements er Is making crops of all sorts more we warfare and food, food ami then Except "hump" themselves. food to those in the death grapple have good weather for Immediate we regret get to across tho sea. Much as cultivation growers will not to seo bur boys go to war, yet It Is cultivate as they should. a thousand times better. If ho must war, that he fight the enemy go Just about time we get really in- off to rather than on home soil. Don't let enterested, and while the river is Wilson, Win. Howard Tatt tirely too muddy for lishlng, the Her- Woodrow Hughes, T. It. Roosevelt adding ma- Charles E. ald says "finis" on tho or any other man either in or out pf chine question, without stating why public life get between us and our he failed to give all of the facts about duty. Let us Tie wholly united, cethe aforesaid adding machine epiif you please, in the performsode. The fact is the last time be mented ance of duty and above all let's right said anything he didn't say now, get ready, take aim and fire whllo we may do so on the enemy's What we really wished to do was ground rather than be forced to do to ask that he borrow that adding It at home. machine and figure up Just exactly how many days a certain Democrat Trades Ami Iibor Assembly Criticise Governor. spent here in Hartford, looking after Gov. A. O. Stanley was criticised busfness and in the interhis private est of a certain candidate for office, last night by the United Trades and for which he received the enormous Labor Assembly for his failure to acsum of more than $17.00 per day, cede to their request, made three for .services rendered in Washington, weeks ago, to place representatives and If the total sum thus received of labor upon all boards appointed to would not more than equal tho price deal with the problems of war. They specifically State war of ajjook typewriter, adding machine mentioned councils, exemption boards and deand safe. While we wait for the If " requires two weeks, we fense committees. The protest was signed by Dele-gale- s are "fioll! ? rtxlijn" provided the waFrank Fromang and Phil up. ters clear H stated that the request had SHAMEFUL GERRYMANDER. the Indorsement of President Goln-pSi- s, jOhiQ county and most especially and that the matter would bo tho Republican parly Ih this county brought to the1 attention of President Is now reaping the benefit of those Wilson through Kentucky's Congresswho scratched tho Republican ticket men. were Charles L. FOBDSVILLE SWEPT New delegates four years ago this fall and thereby plected a Democratic County Judge. Hammctt from the Press Assistant's We havo this condition now iu exist- Union, and C. A. Woertz, from the BY CONFLAGRATION ence, In a county with easily 500 Re- Bakers' Union. Louisville Post. -- publican majority, with a Democrat presiding over the County Court, the HAWAII FIRE GODDESS county Is so butchered up and gerryPREDICTS V. S. VICTORY EARLY MORNING BLAZE LEA YES BUSINESS SECTION IX give the Democrats mandered as to RUINS. four out of seven of tho Magistrates. 9. Pele, the San Francisco, Juno Jn one district which Is largely Re- firo goddess of Hawaii ,1s enraged publican, there are more than 5,000 and natives see In that fact the deinhabitants, in the very next which feat of tho Germans, according to Fire which broke out in tho rear Is Democratic there are les3 than passengers arriving iu a California of The Wilson Company's ltfg busi Now if you call that fairness, port from Honolulu. ness houso on Main Street in Fords-vlll- o may tho good Lord deliver us from The natives' legend Is that whenevat about 3:00 a. m. last Mon that brand of Justice. If there has er Kllauet volcano erupts tho fire day almost cleaned up tho entlru been anything done in Ohio" county goddess Is angry and is hurling business section of the thriving littlo within ten years that ought to ce- death and destruction upon the ene- city. Being without water or other ment tho Republican, party and make mies of tho island. And as Hawaii adequate means of combating tho every mother's son vote the straight is proudly American and America's conflagration, the citizens wero alticket, and carry his county by 000 enemies are tho enemies of the picmost powerless so far as saving tho next fall trom top to bottom it should turesque Kantkns, they see In tho hiiKlneti3 section was concerned. Tho bo that shot handed tho Republican present eruption more trouble for the buildings wero compact and all of party in Ohio county on last Wednes- Teuton hosts. wooden structure, dynamite was re day, by a Democrat, whom scratching ' sorted to but proved ineffective. Republicans elected to oUlee. We FIUE.VD OF EMPEROR, discovered by- Mr. Tho firo waB said somo tlmo ago in this column DIF.S IX OHSLTKITY Dellaven, watchman for tho L. II. we did not believe that Judgo that Railway, who gave tho & St. L. Wilson would stand for this sort of Atlanta, Juno 9. Mrs. Leo Rock, alarm. thing. District No. 1, Republican, Following Is a list of the property dunco partner of tho Emmore than 5,000 people live therein; often tho peror Maxlmllla in days long past, owners wnn approximate loss susDistrict No. 2, Democratic, less than has Just died hero and been burled tained by each: 3,000 reside therein. Don't forget obscurity. Tho Wilson Co;, $25,000; A. Slm-perNo relatives and but Republicans, tho next tlmo you vote In the. ?7,000; Bank of FordsvIUo, a handful of friends attended for county officers, that 'there are funeral, held in an undertaking es- $3,000; Dr. DoWeese, $3,000; Dr. jeally politics even in county. ofilceb McKenney,?500; S. K. Allen, $3,000; tablishment. and officers. Quls- Mrs. Bock was 85 years old and Chnrles Shown. $1,500; of acqualn- - senberry, $1,500; J. T. Smith. Jr., had outlived her circle THE WAR. I. Much has, and Is being said by , ancos of tho prlmo of her life, Tho $0,500; Roby Bros., $1,500; Dr. l, Whlttlng-lilltho press and by tho Administration daughter of a German officer and a L. Denton, $1,000; J. T. $2,000; Smith's Hotel, $3,500; as to why wo aro In the great world'B noble Frenchwoman, sho was born & war and In almost every case they In an old Munich castle. In her Bentty's Store, $1,500; Fuqua youth sho visited qvery royal ctmrt Walker, $500; Howard's Residence, speak of tho causo nnd our reabon $1,500; Miller Bros., $1,000; as being for the protection or rather of Europe. 10 cent storo, $3,000. ToHer husband was a German artist, preservation of Republican and Demloss, $GS,500. ocratic forms of government and es- who came to the United States and tal estimated wo aro Informed, there So far as died hero heforo ho could reap tho pecially for humanities sake, when tho truth Is, every one who reads nt reward of his talent. Mrs. Bock then was not In excess of $10,000 insurance upon tho property destroyed. alt knows that It is solely because lived by teachingm music. Gerruauy and her allies- - especially t HORSE IIRAXCH. Gerrminy would not let u&alone. She MISS RUTH LAW FLIES June 14. Mr. Plrtlo Arnold,' of 110 MILKS IX 80 MINUTES kept sinking our vesbiils, .destroyLouisville, visited his parents, Mr. ing our cargoes and murdering our Jopll'n, Mo., Juno 12. Miss Ruth and Mrs. Alva Arnold, trom Saturday .subjects. Iu other words, it was tho overt upt, or rather scores of overt j Law ilew from Hartlesvlllc, Okla., to until Wednesduy. Mr, und Mrs. Abo Morris and chil acts, because, It Germany, In all of Jopltn, a dlatance of 110 miles, to- Sho dropped dren, of Evunevllle, Ind., visited Mr. Uil.s.rurnnL'G committed' one hIiieIo. day in eighty minutes. outstanding and unequalbd hellish "Liberty bond literartifo over "tno fn-- 'f Jbo' Stewart and family last wecK. Mrs. Bob Boyd, who has been con act Jt was when she- raped und des- - tervening country. Hartford Republican. '.. jj m-fl- I " off-gro- Good Old Summer Time Cool, airy footwear will be a pleasant necessity. This store has quite a variety of Ladies Misses' and Children's Slippers. All the best styles' represented. All leathers in all the wanted colors. White Can- is creeping upon us. vass and' Tennis Slippers for all. Queen Quality Slippers e the best in the land, can always-bfound in stock at this store. No. shoe necessity is beyond our reach, and the prices are lower than you will expect I to find them. Buy as early as possible, later purchases from the manufacturers will cost more. HSEiEllSiE? pli P. BARNES & BR0., Beaver Dam, Ky. IHusisSSjSfcr? yKsl Oss-rua- r., 7 0f t I 0. - fined to her room for some time. Is ablo to be out again. Mr. Tom Cox, candidate for Magistrate, Hosing, visited his daughter, and Mrs. Claudo Leach, Saturday Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Litsey, of Martwlck, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alva Arnold, a few days last week. Mr. Cecil Taylor attended tho funMr. Gur-le- y eral of his brother-in-laTaylor, at Bamett's Lick, Butler county, lust Saturday. Mrs. John Daniel and Mrs. Oscar Daniel spent one day last week with has Mr. Charley Murphy, at Foy,-whbeen quite ill. Mr. Wayno Payton, of Olaton, wua hero on business Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Crowder and littlo daughter, Dorothy Vernon, have returned from a several days visit ut Centerown. Mrs. W. O. Reld shopped In Tuesday. Mrs. C. W. Taylor spent Tuesday iu Louisville. Tho following aro on tho sick list: Mrs. Wlllio Autry, Mrs. Marion Phelps and Wlllio Ricks. STRAY STREAKS. W(By Fluke McFluke.) brook went down on their farms to work and Dr. Ford called upon his "patience"? Even Nance aud Goodman went Into the basement and got after their work. For four long years Constantino Dr. (?) R. E. L. Slnunernian. sat upon the throne of Urerco and world's renowned eyo specialist, lothen bkldded. Tho wonder is, how cal olllco with the Ohio County Drug ho was able to keep hluibelf sitting Co. Unquestionable testimonials upon ti throno of Greece at all. ho felt good when ho pulled his pants loose. . Bet furnished upon personal application to tho Doctor during olllco hours. (Not an ad.). . Soeral old pussy guys like myself. Bat Nail and Virgil Elgin ran ourselves out of our bh'ooH, but not of p a n t h, hunting tho supposed firo when Bill MldkifT rung that Liberty Loan Bond 11U1 on us the other night. As Bat in sat upon tho well cover front of tho Drug store and dil- ro o o, xoticj:. 'miners igently applied himself to pulling the top of the only sock ho bad on, from down round his shoe heel, ho noticed that he had put his trousers on up Hide down, utter straightening over tiling out, ho said ho'd If ho bought any of them air bonds and mnr'en that he could whip tho feller, who rung that bell. Wes-terflol- d, -- - It's (i ulucl) that a good many of Tobacco Grow, theso young bloods havo lately been ers Association. taking on matrimonial bonds will bo" seeking liberty bonds at an early relatives. Every tobacco grower and every date. A largo crowd attended DUtrlct person interested in tho growing or I Among many others I seo one great Conference which was hold at tho tobacco is Invited and reselling, of skirts. M. E. Church South, here last week. quested to bo present at a meeting Jadvuntngo In theso high-u- p Shell died at tho Mr.t Thomas to bo held at Hartford, Ky., Satur- No niouso would undertako to get to homo of his sister Friday evening, cover that way. day, Juno 23, at 2 p, in. June 8. Mr. Shell was 73 years old The purposo of said meeting being to discuss methods as to the disThere's "nothing doing" around and had been In bad health for some position, handling aud selling of tho this Joint except an occasional meet- tlmo. Farmers around hero aro behind ing of Dr. Taylor, A. Bat Nail, Dr. future crop, with tholr work on account of heavy E1. Rlloy and M. Beau. GREGORY, Pres. J. ' rains last week. ' m BERLIN CLAIMS TO 1IAVK Mrs. E. E. Blrkhcad says Ernest Whittled Tih Point. BEATEN BRITISH CAVALRY takes to street carnival. Just llko Hair tonics raiso' moro hopes than to a barrel D. Rockefeller-doeJohn t hair. , of crtido oil. Berlin, Juno 12 (via London). Self-lov- e never seems to grow English cavalry yesterday advanced Did you notice that Just as soon as weury of Itself. against tho German lines east of Mcsslnes' on the Belgian front, but tho carnival loft that jiart of town ' A doctor seldom glvee his patients only romnauts returned, says tho iu front of tho Herald office Mr. hopo without, pay. Peoplo who. talk tho most usually Ami Coombs beat It for Louisville? Germun War Olllco statement-tthat Frank Felix and Rowan Hoi- - attract the least attention. day. J . , CENTERTOWN. Miss Ruby Neal Faught is visiting relatives at Owensboro this week. Mrs. Ed. llatsol. of Sacramento, was In town last week attendiug"con- forenco. MUs Nova Swain and Rodney Ross le.t Friday for Detroit, Mich. Mrs. Jon. Maddox nnd Hon.Sanf'ord, of Owensboro, aro visiting relatives ., hero. , " Vernon Crowder, of Ilnrso Branch, was In town Saturday und Sunday. Mrs. J. F. Illll, of Point Pleasant, spent a few days with Mrs. W. C. Everly this week. Annie James is visiting relatives at Point Pleasant. Leonard Bishop wont to Owensboro Saturday. Myrtle Schneider went to Owensboro Tuesdny for a short stay with ... s v o MMWMiroIHUM 4'S,vMrv.i 'i.nf j ut '. I I I V. K. Klllt & Hro have threu Decrlng Mowers nmJ Ilukcs left, WILL NOT REGISTER which will close thorn out for the I Prices right. sviiHOii. . WILL BE SHOT FIRST S. O. Kcown lust Monday to view the ruins caused by the fire TWO there early on that morning. " Millinery Specials mid-summ- I Sheriff In mid Mr. wero AXTI - COXSCRII'TIONIMTS itv .v. v. kkij. We luivu it lull si on; of 1, 2 und Cuii savo Rubber Hoofing. lyou money by buying from uu. ly ornrv i:h.l coi'ut. DftESS GOODS I WHITE AND COLORED WASH GOODS The Season's Favorites - ACTON mtos., 4012 Huitford, Ky. - Wanted at once old Iron 40 cents per 100 lbs., old Hags $1 per 100 lbs. and gut your Fertilizer, Field Seed poned getting your spring hut, wc can now and Farm Implements from give you new "SlMvjCJIALS" at a very low 1). L. 1). SANDEFUIt, Heaver Dam, Ky. 48t3 price. Attorney C. E. Commonwealth's Our motto, "NKVER CARRY OVKR Smith and Mrs. Smith returned from Hawesvllle Wednesday, where Mr. STOCK," now prevails, so you can visit our Smith had been In attendance tit the. Hancock Circuit Court during the Millinery Department with the assurance past week. that you will find what you want, at prices "When lii the market for nnythlng In tho Furniture line, don't forget greatly reduced. ter. the House that has the Goods and Anarchy was defined as "a new Saves You Money. philosophy of social order" by KraACTON 1JHOS., mer at his trial. 4912 Hartford, Ky. "I don't believe In physical force; Edgar Wefier, lis yeariTof uge.was In police, judges, courts, armies or tried In County Court on June Sth, navies," declared Kramer, In explainund adjudged to Jic a lunatic or per- ing his position. "I believe in a soson of unsound mind and was com- ciety, each according to his need, The warm weather is sure to come, so while mitted to thu Western Kentucky Asy- Trom tacit according to his ability. it is cool make that summer dress you will lum for the Insane. I would go against the jail before Mr. aiul'Mrs. Nat LlniTley and fam- being conscripted. I will not regisneed it. sure ily, of l't. 1'leas.int, with the excep- ter.!" Our stock is very complete, with a large tion of Mlmtes Wlllyu and Sallye, who On the witness bpent thu afternoon in Hartford, at- asserted he 'was opposed to all govrange of the latest novelties to select from, tended the "Crisis" ut tho Heaver ernment and all laws, except "ethicOpera House last Monday. i Dam al laws." McCall patterns carried .in stock, and a comLouis Sternberg, one of three men Mr. W. H. CoomTiiT wtlllor of the lady to give you every attention. petent sales Hartford Herald und Mrs. Coomb-- ) on trial with Kramer, was acquitted wero In Louisville, during the first by direction of the court on the TRADE AT HOME, and trade "with. a three or four days of this week. Mr. ground that here was no evidence house that saves you money. Coombs was in attendance at the K. that he knew th'o other defendants or 1. A. Monday, Tuesday and Wednes that he had distributed literature. Witnesses testified day. English. A largo number lroiu this place Sternberg could not" speak Dam lust Monjourneyed to Heaver day afternoon and uveulng to wit- TODAY AND TOMORROW ONLY I LEU'S GROCERY ness the "Crisis" at tho opera house. All of those attending were well pleased with this popular motion pic 1 Can PUKE Hog Lard.. 100-lb.25 White Cane Sugar. . . ture show. 100-lbHrown Cane Sugar. . . ' Messrs. "t! M. Maple ami J. E. liJ.UO HEST Flour Gregory, of Owensboro, wero In Hart- 1 b 1.75 sack Flour ford Wednesday arranging for a s. White Cane Sugar. . . . . i!.:." Tobacmeeting of the s. a.tr, Hrown Cane Sugar... co Growers Association hero on thu 1 fiOc Uroom 40c 33rd. Inst., and at other points in 1 G5c r,(ic . r, I Uroom 100-lbHeat Cane Granulated tho county. 1.(15 GOOD Coffee ACTON HKOS.. $9.00. Mr. and Mrs.Joun P. Taylor, who s. 2.00 Pcaberry Coffee 45U2 Hartford, Ky. fath.,;IUNE 15 ' LIMK Wo now have on band an have been visiting Mr. Taylor's H. P. 1 Hag Hen Feed, 'no grit...? 4 .(Ml FRIDAY, er and mother, Col. and Mrs. 100-lb- s. . 7rtc Oyster Shell amplu supply of barrel Lime. Call on Taylor, during, the past two weeks, Navy beans, while they last, lb. fi ItO. W. K. KLLlS-sfwill return to Memphis Sunday, C Cakes Lenox Soap (less than lu, II. & ST. Ii. U. II. TIME TA1ILK. i.e. No. 113 duo at Ellmltch 8:32 pm. 1)C Mrs. Mary C. White will arrlvo where Mr. Taylor Is employed by cost) . .' No 110 duo nt Ellmltch 7:30 a.m. next week to vIbII Capt. S. K. Cox the I. C. It. H. Co. ::oc 4 Cakes Ivory Soap No, 112 Lv. Ellmltch ... 3:40 p.m. and family. Mr. U. G. Severen, of EvaiihVille, 1 10c Fly Swatter, while they Ar. Irvlngton ... 6:35 p.m. ind., died last week from an attack 5c last Mrs. Jennlo D. Hamilton, GreenLv. Irvlngton.... C:BC p.m. Mr. Severen will bo 3 Cans Lyo Hominy guest of her sister, Mrs. of pneumonia. Ih the Ar. Loulsvlllo . 7:40 p.m. ville, :toc remembered by inuny persons here, 2 Cans Climax Corn P. L. Felix. No. Ill Lv. Loulsvlllo.,. 8:3G a.m. as the husband of Miss Annie Mauzy, 3 Cans Pumpkin NAr. Irvlngton ...10:0G a. m. Mrs. Ned Turley and son will leave eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. 3 Whlto Fish Lv. Irvlngton ...10:40 a.m. Saturday for Chicago, to remain for II. Mauzy, who formerly resided In 2 Cans Salmon 3fic 1:04 p. m. I lie summer. Ar. Ellmltch .1)0 Hartford. Whlto Cano Sugar by the Bbl. M,II. & K. R. R. TIME TABLE. This Is for CASH! CASH! CASH! Mr. Russell 1'lrlle, who has spent Attorney E. M. Woodward, of South Hound. No. 11G Henderson, was hero Sunday, visit- the past two or three weeks here and that Is what wo need money. 8:46 a. m. m Duo at Hartford with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. It. ing rolatlves. North Hound. No. 114 Plrtle, left Wednesday for Lexing- REPORT OX RECRUITING U. S. j Mr. and Mrs."E. G.Hi7rrass will 6:G5 p. m. Duo at Hartford ARMY, LOUISVILLE DISTRICT for Louisville, to spend ton, where ho will remain a couple leave Trains.) ' (Both "Mixed of days before returning to Detroit, tho week-enReport on Recruiting, Loulsvlllo i Mich., where ho has a position with Mlbs Margwrfto Taylor, of Whites ' Recruiting District, Juno 11th, 1917. a brass works concern. vl'lc, Is vMtluj; her sister, Mrs. 1. (a) Quota for Lonlsvlllo Mrs. It. L. Duke and little daughHoward Ellis. Recruiting District. .244S Personal News A., of Henderson, Ky., ter, Mildred Dr. Nestcr Harnett, of Caneyvllle, (b) No. obtained to date. 81G nfter spending a few days with Mr. spent the weekend with A. M. Har1003 (c) No. still due and Mrs. W. A. Drown, of" near town, and Social Kueiits. "' nett nnd fnmlly. (d) TIiq dully average of acand Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Duke, city, Alvln Howo, cashier of tho Fann- loft hero yesterday for Calhoun, cepted applicants needed SO to ers Hank, Centertown, was In Hart- whero they will visit relatives a iuota on Juno 30, 1917. 2. Thoso who registered on June -, ford Wednesday on business. returning to their home. before Mr E. "W. Jackson was hero TuesM..U aro not barred froti voluntary Tnvlnr f! rnnn villi. lo Miss Mary Marks, wliiThas been 5th day. Uio guest of her son and daughter, attending tho West Ky. Stato Normal enlistment and duo credit will bo giv, .. M. T, Likens has plenty of Ico for ., county for every man wfio w w .... School, Howling Green, will arrlvo en each sale. voluntarily enlist therefrom. Misses Corlnno and Cesna Shults homo Sho has complet 3. Men nro urgently needed to week with .Mr. and ed tho course entitling her to a Dr. J. A. Duff, of Dundee, was hero nro upending-thfill up tho Cl new regiments now be1 Mrs. Henry Stum, near Paradise. qualifying last Monday. Llfo Certlllcato, her to ing organized. Wo carry a regular lino of re- teach In tho schools of tho State Seo Acton Hros. for your Rubber of tho press 4. Tho has been chosen to ami 49t2 pairs for McCormlck and Deerlng and Hoso nnd Fixtures and of all patriotic societies and all accepted tho position of assistant W. E. ELLIS & UUO. Mowers., patriotic people s desired. Seo Hartford Mill Co., for Lime, bo a Suuday School pic- principal of tho Calhoun High School. Thero will 5. It is desired that tho quota Plaster and Cement. Miss Marks formerly taughtjn Hartnic at Sulphur Springs on July 4th, for Loulsvlllo District bo obtained of McHcnry, was given by ford College and her work hero was Mr. W. O. Smith, the Dundee M. E. church. in highest character, with her by Juno 30, 1017; valuable tlmo In Hartford Tuesday. Ford, accompanied of tho Miss Amblo training will bo lofct unless this is work and study In thu Stato Normal, Tho best Oil Stovo on tho market, Miss Isabella Mooro homo to UH2 Miss Murks' work In high school will done. can bo had at Acton Bros. Ky., this week on a vldlt. J. S. DATTLB, MaJ. of Inft., bo hard to excell. Recruiting Olllcer. Last cTuTneo fo'buy Crackers, Morgan Hughes, Chairman of tho ILEIt'S GROCERY. IDo lb. National defense corumltteo for KenItoud Urns. Sell Form. Odl Troubles. Whlto Fish, 3 'for 2BcI at Ilerjs tucky, was In Hartford last WednesIt Is reported that Bond Hrotuera "Thero Is ono thing queer about Grocery. Cheaper than meat. day. have sold their 150 aero farm just spluglng on a limited Income." Mrs. Hell Hhoads, of'1 Kansas City, across Hough Illver from Hartford, Miss Kathleen Turner has return, "What's that?" a visit to Owensboro. visiting her brother, Mr. J. P. to Mr, C. 11. Cardon, of Fordovlllo, Mo., is ed from " Crciwder, "Tho moro you live In a society was Fords-vllltho purchaso prlco of which of Horao Cillmore and Mrs. Gllmoro, of Mr. Vernon This Is ouo of tho llucst river round the harder you Und It to mako Branch, was In Hartford Saturday. ends meet." Ualtlmoro American. In this whole section. Mrs W. J. Pursley and'llttlo sou, bottom farms Mr. ancfMrsT W. E. Everly, of Cenmm In Hartford Wednes- Thomas, of Cadiz, are tho guests of tertown, THOMAS WRITES TO Joffro On Tho Joan. Mrs. Pursley'a father, E. P. Thomas, day. Now York, Juno 12. Tho followEDITOR REPUHLICAX family. ing cable message was received from SISAL Hinder Twlno whllo It lasts, and Ac Hlpsloy lUggsrwhtTTiTwlth Hond Marshal Joffro y by tho Liberty Tho hero below letter without date 18 cents per pound, ut Vv. L. Lllls Hros. and J. A. Johnson, near Ceral-v- Loan Commlttco: or place was received from our old Uro. lu Muhlenbitrg comity, was hero of "Tho 8uccess.of tho Liberty Loan friend J. II. Thomas on yesterday. Mrs. Jess'Fuqiia and "baby, e, W1U bo a now pledgo of final victory Whllo tho letter Js of a prlvato are visiting Mm. W. A. Friday night. r,rvtnMli yet for his falluro to" comply Wllsonr who has been in which will crown tho common offorts Miss Ora i IiliHV. employ of Fair & Co., as Mlllln- - of tho soldiers, of tho United States with his promise to glvo us a string Mr. J. Krcucli Vlckers", Owens- the hc-of his oddly strung beads, wo aro homo In Holla and their comrades of tho allied on busluoss first of er, has returned to boro, was hero going to publish said letter lu full, Ohio. Jes." tho week . er We .'ire prepared to give you the newest in Millinery. Jf you have post- Mr. Alfred Dales, of Llvermorc, icandldiiUi lor the Republican noml-- f nation for .Sheiiff of McLean coun-jton bus-- . was here lait week-enIness, y, d New York, Juno 12. Louis Kramer nnd Morris Decker, were found guilty of conspiracy in Federal Court here tonight, after the Jury which heard the case hud deliberated two hours. Joseph Walker, a third defendant, was penalty acquitted. Tho maximum for the offense Is two years' imprisonment and a line of $10,000. "I wunt to thank you, gentlemen," sal'd Judgu Mayer to the jurors after the verdict had been returned, "for what 1 believe to be a" just verdict. You have rendered a service to the Government." Suteuce will be pronounced tomorrow. Tho men were charged with havliting distributed erature. Kramer will be placed on trial (tomorrow for refusing to regis- at Popular Prices Sport Suiting, white with stripes and figures, at 25c to 50c. Percales, fancj stripes in medium, light and dark grounds, also grays. They are 36 inches wide and priced from 12Jc to 20c per yard. ing Dress Ginghams in fancy plaids and plain coloralso fancy stripes from 10c to 15c per yard. Wash Goods Plain White Voile, 40 inches wide, at 25c to 40c per yard. Colored Voiles, solid colors, stripes, from 25c to 35c. aud with fancy Fancy White Goods, such as Dimities in stripes' and checks; Lawns in1 striped and crossbar effects, Voiles and Lace effects, from 10c to 50c per yard. White Organdie, a nice, sheer quality. This is the newest plain goods used this season for dresses and waists, 25c to 75p. Wash Silks, in solid colors and fancy stripes, at 25c per yard. J&Zb&G s. Carson 9 Si nrcoKPonATES Co. A&ftft5;5AiJlf s. s. 24-I- Hartford, Ky iftftftftftfififtftSft AAAftAS 25-Ib- 25-lb- Hartford Republican. Su-'ga- 10-t- 10-lb- ..... ATTENTION I The Owensboro Ioterurta Bis Line I J Started Regular Trips Between ... Owensboro and leaver 0 Dam S fc WEDNESDAY. MAY 16. i. Leaving Beaver Darn at 7:00 a. m. and 3:30 p.,m. Returning arriving at Beaver Dam at 10:30 a. in.' 9 . y and G:30 p. m. d. 1 OWENSBORO INTERURBAN LINES 1 Pi : I INCOUPOKAEED I i. & ? .... fishing excursion. ? ! com-plotot- few-day- s r'I. ! to-da- ElUa-bothtow- n, e. ?7,-50- 0. wo to-da- o, ua-tur- r arm-Fontal- n, here goes: I can't write anyDear Tlnslcy: I thing Jor tho paper this week. am too busy with sonio literary Sherwood Is work. Congressman calling for a great war song and I am busy writing It. I will send you tho autograph copy. Save It. It may bring a big prlco at tho salo of my old papers. Milton's orlclnal copy of Paradlso lost sold a while back ' for enough monoy to buy a "tin lizzie." You might bo ablo to spend two weeks llshfug at tho mouth of "Grassy" on tho proceeds of tho n copy of my salo of tho great war song. .1 know a great many things that would Interest you but I qeo you can't keep a secret. I could never forgive you for publishing my Adair- vlllo letter but for tha fact that I know how a newspaper man likes to mako a scrap. Well, you mudo tho scoop but you scooped us both out of a jolly trip. My old maid saw a copy of your paper and sent my wlfo a telegram congratulating her upon having tho cleverest hypocrate lu Kentucky for a husband aud your old maid, or tho ouo that was to bu yours ,6eut mo a post card excoriating mo for having such a stupid pal cs yourself. You seo now why I headed for Indiana to spend Sunday. I got as far as Louisville whero I fell In with Jim Peto Thomas, Tom Swcatt und a fow other bonicfolks who wero organizing a, select gontle- mau'8 party to go to Adalrvillo on a J So hand-writte- doesn't pay to advertise. Say Tins, hero Is a real news Item If I just bad time to wrlto It. I met an old veteran of two wars, Mexican nnd Civil, In Ioulsvlllo Saturday. Ho was from Missouri and was returning from tlto Confederate National encampment at Washington. His name was Dow. It wasn't Lorenzo though he looked old enougU to bo the great prohibition preacher, but ho was, a lino specimen of thu generation to which ho belonged. I took hi m to tho editorial of rices of both tho Herald and tho Courier-Jourualaeac,h gavo him a notlcu Sunday. Tho gallcss old "veterau took a boyish delight In tho attention he received In tho offices of tho great city newspapers,- - and my supper was delayed by my attention to hi? profusion of thanks for my courteay. Tho ono compensation for perpetual traveling is lu tho many pleasant folks ono meets but myoxperlcnca leads mo to conclude that III writlmc one's friends about theso congenial spirits It is well to dovoto much spacu to clever aud confiding old Moxlcaa veterans and little to confiding and captivating old maids. I leave for a trip over tho L. & K. today but I am not sure just now whero I will spend Suuday, and If I did I am not hankering after mora newspaper publicity. Fraternally yours, J. II. THOMAS- nd Tell this to tho its 'wifcV 'say It of the European war thai any American. Ho was tho last man GREAT I talked to about tho war, and he made this statement deliberately nnd It, FACED BY NATION unexcltedly. I knew he believed upnnd I know that ho has tho facta on which to baso such an Intcrprrta-tlo- n of tho situation. COUNTRY MUST AWAKKX AT This man Is not an alarmist, but ONCK Oil (IKUMAN'V XfllAt he has the courago to face the facts, WIN TIIK WAH. tho same courage that all of the rest of us must have In tho crisis thru which this country must pass durU. S. MAY BE ALONE ing tho next few months. me stood If what this man said to alone and was contrary to tho opinmen, It ion of other Quirk Action Deemed Necessary Or would not havo been so Impressive. Atncricit Mny Fight lone But In effect It was a summing up of Hnttfe. information which I had gotten in more or less confidence lrom dozens of other men. And more Impres-slv- o (By H. N. Rickey.) still was the fact that no man Juno 0. It in official or unofficial Washington Washington, D. the people of the United Kates who Is In a position to know what 13 rich and poor, employers and era- - going on behind tho veil takes the pious, business men and artisans I opposite view. nnd farmers, the whole one hundred Optimists Wanting. millions of us ilo not wane up ai If there are any optimists In danonce to the imminence of the I could not find them, ger which faces this country in the Washington. no and I could not find any one who world war, then Cod help us, for could find them. human agency can. I am so sure that the man I have overThat the danger can not be Is talkit is growing with quoted above knows what he It Is to estimated, that It may ing about, nnd so sure that each day and each hour, that of the country that what result within n few months In a dis the Interest ho knows be told, that I shall quoto aster so great that the bravest nuif sowewhat at length: well tremble In contemplation of it, him "America must wake up to tue'fact writ-,c- r. is not merely the opinion of the is at war. The people must If it were, this article would not that she realize that unless they get Into this have been written. war at once with their full strength 5 en Alarmed. d of It will not long remain a war for But this is the interpretation Ideals, but will become a war of d the situation voiced by the as actual for the Unitoffice and men in Washington In ed States as it was for Prance in out of olllce. It is the almost unaniwere when the Germans mous opinion of those who are In 1914 marching on Paris. position to Know the facts uncolor-c- d 1'omlitions in Kus-iby European censorship, and who "The chaotic conditions in Russia have the intelligence to estimate the which have parallzed that nation' facts and tho courage to face them. The wrtier has been in Washing- military arm has enabled the Gerton for a number of days for the pur- mans to strengthem their forces on pose of attempting to break thru the Western front. "Unless the United States can give the crust or rather hard shell of offirt cial secrecy and ictlceuce in an heroic aid to her allies during the to get at tho roil facts. net six months In food and ammuIt seemtxl that It was vitally nition, particularly In food, there is necessary that the truth be told, as good a an even chance tor a Gerwhether or not its telling conformed man victory over England and France to the ollicial view as to how much before winter. "This war will be won or lost not or how little Infotmation it was safe alone on the stomachs ot the soldier, to pass along to tho people. Must Tell Public. but on the stomaclt3 of the civil popof Today considerations This, is nut iutonded as a criticism ulation. at the battle of the Government officials, either nion and munitions civil or military, nor as a charge or ironts are more than equaled by conoven suggestion thai they are siderations of food supplies for tho distorting facts. The newspa whole of the nations at war. Withpers are as much or more to blame out adequate food for civil popula than the officials for tin lack of ap- tions as well as tho armies, ten millpreciation and understanding on tho ion addition men - and unlimited part of the great mass ot the Ameri- arms would avail little Uward a can people of the magnitude of tho military victory. Tood Iloiolt. tusk which the war with Germany Is to impose .upon them and the very "Tho Russian revolution was a The same danger real danger that they may, almost food revolution. certainly' will, face in the near fu- threaten in England, France and ture unless they at once devote to Italy. Unless tho United States that task all that they haie of awakes and settles seriously to the strength, intelligence, ingenuity cour- work of stimulating production, enage, natural wealth and last but not forcing food economy ard by a firm . least patriotic uiise!fi.sluu-.H4- . administrative baud regulating prioWashington newspaper writers and ns so that hunger will not result at the editors back home have carried home from our effortn to feed our the voluntary censorship Idea to keep allies abroad, there is no dodging the military secrets from tho enemy that issue. they have leaned over backward. Either we must find some way to The mere suggestion from any olli- provide tho Allie.1 with seventy-fiv- e cial that this or that information jier cent of their normal food immight be of value to the enemy h:i3 ports, or tho chances are that they le'ii sufficient to suppress nown will bo out of tho fighting by Dewhich it whs vital for the public to cember, and wo will bo left to settle ki.ow, and tho publication it which m th Germany alone. ( uht by no po3sllilo stretch'ng of "Tho people in this country havo iho illumination interfere with tho not beer, getting the facts as to the military efficiency ot tho Nation. of tho situation. There Spesl soeras to be no realization among th The eiimulativo onect of ill nt this great mass of the people ot this counsupti,' ssion of nows has ben 'o ere-at- n try that we not only are at war, In of the gieatc&t war the world has over in the publi-- mind a thu lelntioit ot tills country to tho known, but that our ciftorta alouo can world war which is extctly tho op- sustain our Allies and keep them on posite ot the pUtuio that ought to the lighting line. be here, that must be hero, tf wo War Tor Demon acy. "Only it very small porceutago of are to do our pail in the war with thu speed and efficiency that we must tho people aro responding or will to all this talk ot 'a war for do it If disaster thai impends is to American democracy,' 'u war for lo avoided. "Wo entered Iho war to umbo tho Ideals and ' a war for humanity.' "They must bo inado to ieall70 vorld safe for domocr.u-y- ; wn must no a-- light In tho fields. In tho that It comes much closer to thum In tho trcucluu to defend our than that. Nation, our homes ami our lamlllcs "It was fear that In ought Franco against (ierinaH.v. For a (lermnn Into tho war effectively from tho victor over F.iigl.mil ami Fianro is bt.irt. Fear that was natural, with not only a possibility hut a probabil- an in lading army on French koII and ity unless. Ameiican help In lood and marching on Paris. It look England ships and men can bo aunt to KuropJ however,, nearly a year und a half to r uiul to got In much greater voIhiiip mill In shnrt- - reach tha point ot or time IImh the present organlza Into tho war effectively. Unless Uio tiou in the country agriculturally, ' jieoplu ot tho what they aro up agalnbt Industrially and militarily will itiako'to their pobslhlo. Ami a (icrmait victory ov-i- r ami thru tear couuentrateil England and Fwineo within tho ivholu energy on tho war, It may be next six months or a year Mould too lato. SiUmiiuiIiio Porll HoIouh. mean that this country, half piepar-1- , would havo to surrender abject"There Is great misapprehension ly and pay lens of IiIIIIouh of dollars in this country us to tho submarine-bltmttlou- . to the Prussian war lords, and for In April German submaewtr after Ito nubjeuted to their tyr- rines hank tbout I.IOQ.OOO ton of anny, or fight Germany for yearn, shipping. 'I'h a sinkings lu other rc probably on our own soil at such cosl cent months havo not been so heavy of blond and wealth aw would make but they aro heavier (ban Indicated the present war In Europe teem small ' in thu jttateiucnta given out In VJng by comparison." laud. Cermuiiy, figuring tho losses Nut Alarmist. on a tonnago basis liihtead of numI have quoted thu ubovo flora ft ber of ships mink, ban put out figures loan in Washington who knows as much more accurate than those glv- much U not mure about every phaso on out by tho Alllct. Tho tiorrpct c-er PERIL IS well-inform- C Hot-Poste- 1 best-poste- n. ef-lo- wil-lul- ly pi'-'.i.t- 'i Uo-tork.- s. ft-a- figures aro known In Germany and FRENCH SUFFER In neutral countries, but not In Eug, laud or tho United States. Unlcm, FEARFUL LOSSES the United Slates and her allies can very greatly rednco tho tonagu tie- - j stroyed by German submarines dur-- i lug tho next six mouths, the fond AMIS OF THE AI.MF.K NOT YKT conditions In England, France and ACHIEVED SAVS SWISS WAK Italy will mnke It practically impossiEXPEKT. ble for those nations to keep on fight ing. "By killing off their cattle and nsle. June U. Gen. Nlvolle a bleeding stock England and France "Uttered gigantic losses In the probably can get through next recent battle along the Alne, ilc-pIf their Imports of foodstuffs are 73 cent ot normal. Even under Clares Col. Egll. the famous Swiss Nachrlch-hi- e these conditions there will be terrl-- , military expert, In the local hardship for tho people of those ten. "ccount of the great engage-te- r The wholesale slaugh-- i countries. of their breeding stock will he a j "cnt (based, It Is believed, on Informatloii drawn from high German calamlty. sources) makes the action out to Food Status In IT. S. been a great disappointment "As things stand today In this have for the Entente Allies, altho he adcountry, It does not seem to me that mits "certain heights" remain In It Is possible for us to deliver to the hands 55 per cent of their j French allies more than The article. In part, follows-"Thnormal food Imports. Tills i far gigantic buttle on the Alsne Hint is. liolnw llio liriviltlnir miliit "'''l-agustill rages. '"" '" ,llu tho point at which our allies can con-- 1 il iiLi ii.iii.i ill'- mil is militarily effective. tlnuo French have conquered a few heights Unless every person In this coii'i (r ., iiinlils w:isti Mint ltelns ntmlllc- and villages, hut that their real ohn,,t ""',1 " .U tion as to increase the volume 0tle proven by an order of Gen. Nlielie, food wo will bo able to send abroad, on April 15: there will be the Russian revolution who mid " 'The hour has struck! Confiover again In one or all of the allied Long Hie France' dence courage! countries. by a "Such words were only "The imperative, Immediate necescommaudei whoIiiteuds to strike a sity Is the passage by Congress "i crashing blow and feels himself abthe food control bill. Unless this solutely sure of victory. bill Is passed within the next two All Weie Confident. weeks. It will be too late to be of am"The now otVeuslie was prepared use lu handling this year's haivest. by the French General Staff in a brilIf the people of this country knew manner. The small tho danT3 that confront them and liant and thoro was carefully calculated their allies, the would demand in- est detail Nothing had been stant Congressional action on this ami worked out. j leglected or overlooked.' Eiery measure. and company had Its well deAllies .Nut Uujini;. "Already agents for Scaudlnaiian fined ?one of attack, and the officers officers were and countries aro here buying wheat maps and a gainst the new crop. Our al- 'urnlshed with deluded now, but minute instructions for their opera lies are not buying here every detach they aro getting restive and unless tlons. Tho leader of tnonl knew where he was to stand tills bill is passed quickly, puttlu,; great attack control of tho distribution of this n tho evening of the hands, Tho grand advanco was to be caryear's crop into administration perfectly automatic ried out the allies, too, will soon be bidding manner, In a play like a that has been reup prices. hearsed a hundred times, and uu competition "Under restrained inspired th" Hour at $20 a barrel is possible tor bounded confidence From th Our allies whole French army. New York over night. billing with our own money will pay commander down to the labt boldieru conslder-titioany prico to get food. Such compe- - " the trendies, every man .""' ImponnHili.. prices would bo .ry and such ,,iilHrl by this supreme likely to bring on revolution in thW only thing that could1 ,lecu of vlctr' the French troops The prepura-orde- r avoid it would be to adjust the social 'attacked after their terrific M"r' Bombardment with even greater entirely new basis. on an tlmn usual, the whole French "The Government must at once be Sl't''n,', to ho u,,l'r :l hypnotm authority to restrict com- glvon tho tllf lmil'ra keI,f 3l'u11 ,r'"' petition In tho buying of staples. Take case of sugar for example. Raw to carry out their orders cien after the sugar is now selling for six cents, a, the plan ot attack had been upset by pound In Cuba, threo times us nor- the Gorman resistance and the massmal price. The Allies have one man ed infantry attacks under a hail of doing all their buying there, but tho steel from thounuds of cannon ami gum, became sheer insani'.'ntted States refiners have between radium and twenty buyers all bidding ty. fifteen Tells Of Teulblo Slaughter. against each other for raw sugar. "In the confident expectation that If wo put one buyer into ( uba to buy for tho wholo United Statrs, dis- tho German defends had been completely smasluil by their bombardtributing to the refiners a- - a according to their rfsoectivo ment, that the German soldiers wor'i needs, wo could buy Cuba's raw su- either killed or dazed and demoralgar at four cents a pound an emi- ized and that the German batteries had been silenced, tho French nently fair prico to tho producer leaped from tl.elr trenches and and still reduce the price of refined sugar in the United States by i or 3 stormed forward with shouts of ilr-toionly lo bo mowed down in cents a pound. lows. One Instance. "Their tanks rattled toward the "This is only ono of hundreds of iistauccH where the pric&.s of food tt enchvs of the uieiny, but were stuffs aro making It Impossible to caught by German artillery and dethe working people of this country molished or hot on fire before they o properly nourish themselves, and were able to fire a single thot. Elko tlio situation will get wors-- instead burning torches these nrmored trac'a tors stood helpless on the battlefield of better unless the Government "The French field artillery followgiven tho authority to contiol it with ed tho storming Infantry waves at ill Iron hand. "I have ho utmost confidence in full gallop but was Immediately covtho ability ot thu American people to ered with a hall of uluMl and shrapmeet whatever situation they have nel by the Go riu an guns, altho the to meet, just as thoy have tUtnn so in latter were supposed to havo been that put out ot action and deatrojed by tho past; but it la lietKii-sarIt is they must do. eight days of shelling and tho most they know what And tho only way they can know this terrific dumllre of thu wholo war. "Within a few minutes the French Is to bo told by thuso who havo firstbatteries wero thrown Into tho uthand Information as to tho facts. "Thoro can bo no doubt that In most confusion. Mnny of them were many scctlous of tills country there not able- to flro a bhot. The terrified iu tho war, Uorse.H dashed off with the guns and Is a lack ot Interest amounting to npathy. This Is not wero atill galloping over the battlebecause tho people In tluvtH sections field hours a 'iter ward, a sight that iro unpatriotic, hut Ja becuuse thoy had not been ivltnodhed since thu do not understand tho magnitude of early fctages ot tho war. "Vher$ tho Fiench bombardment tho job that tho United States has hud leveled tho German trenches tho undertaken. "It Heeins to mo that no more pa- utorming waves broke thru, hut their triotic service can bo given at this further advanco was otopped short. timo than to bring tho truth homo Thly found their ranks ruketl by tho to every man, woman and child, ho fire ot iuutiinenihlo German machine to tho guns from both flanks and even from that thoy will all greatest potsslhlo efforts toward win tho rear. "Their losses under hls murderning tho war lu Europe before tho woro terrible. In many war can ho brought to this coun- ous cross-fli- o placcrf" they had to retreat to o,eapo try." annihilation, ami lu other sectors thoy wero forced back by furious You Ntnsl a Spring laxative. German counter-attack- s. Ur. King's Now Life I'llbi will "It is truo that some heights and tho accumulated wastes of win-tIn their from your lutustlues, tho burden villages finally remained or tho blood. Get that blugglyh hands, but as a wholo, tho monster feeling out of your sys- attuclc, their greatest effort in tho spring r brighten your eyo, clear your wholo war, broke down In a holotem, complexion. Get taut vim and snup caust of blood and fire." of good purified healthy blood. Dr. A Club UetlneJ. King's Now Life Pills aro a We were talking about clubs espeIukmUvo that aids nuturo'a proAt ull drug-glut- s, cially about women's club. Each cess, try thorn 1 male person hi Hie party had a bitter 2Cc. !V&SS ; fc CALL ON US For Overcoats, Suits, Odd Pants, Ladies' Coat Suits and Cloaks. 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O. 1 KUHH.F,, MANAGKK, or non-grip-I- definition for womeu'a clubs, and mo what tho iulHtulto In this sou- tho fcmalo contingent grew restive tenco ls7' under tho mnro or less stereotyped "Tho pupils pondered. Then a I It wit. And finally one of thu women jtU girl held up hor hand, and at a inoil from mo went to tho board and said: "You hu-vbeen very funny about wroto tho following correction: " 'Tho toast waa ato In nlleuco.' " women's clubs. Now, If you please, what Is n mini's club?" "Do you want an epigram or a descrlptlou?" asked one of tho men FOR FLETCHER'S a prominent club man, whom wlfo was a prominent club woman, "A definition will do." mm "" "Vory well, A club Is a refuge Whooping Cough. fur hoiuolosa marriei men," In this disease It hi Important that Anil tho lady ijeenied toMiavo no tho cough ho kept looso and oxpeo-toruti, answer. easy, which can bo donu by ; giving Chuiuberlaln'H Cough ltenmdy.4 (J.isti'oiiuiiiy, Not Grammar. Mrs. .1'. II. Martin, Peru, Intl., writes. "I onco wroto on a blackboard," "My two daughtora had whopping iya a teaehor, "theso words, 'Tho I gave them Cliamboilaln'ii toast was dru'nk Jn silence,' and, thtu Cough IlomiHly and It worked Hko a asked my cJubs, 'Can any tme tell charm." m e Children Cry CASTORIA on k emmam r and boiling water. "Tlio President's mesongo fays: Ho organized ol military hygiene. "Telegraphic communlcatlonjust CO, IN OWENSBORO a cnaip'i to courso of Instructing lullwith Snn Salvador, NOW IN EUROPE ed mi tho principle that the 3lml:il confirms Hint earthquakes comiiiuhI bo nblo to practically apply tho lessons which lie learned. Many 'APT. IIKS KINO AND NINH OTII- - menced nt 7 o'clock ii. in. yesterday (Thursday) and continued all night, of tho sanitary reforms which he i:its opiin ui:adouauti:ks AnUCKICAN Oi:P.H.lj A.M) STAIT uccnmpuuled by n heavy rnlu. aro now bearing fruit in IN OWHNHItOKO. "Sun Salvador, Santa Tecla and oi' ioh wi:i.comhi v Tin: tho improvement of the " neighboring towns and villages were nr.rnsii. of the community oj largo. destroyed. Health Is the elllclent reaction of Captain Hen King, of Company K, , ,.The Cilstlnlcs wcre snlall, Thnro tho mind and body to Us environOwcnslioroR own representation in were some Hrcs. U. S. CRAFT ON GUARD ment. Self Interest, state-benel- lt the national army, assisted by nlno Aid Offered. aid pecuniary profit rcqulro that tho members of his command, arrived "Tho President of Nicaragua has wholo nation bo. Interested In the In Owensboro Friday and begnu proper treatment of every ono of making preparations for tilling ''lrf lotpirrniilici! tint Prrftlflptil nf Knlva- Uncle Hani's Oh ii DcmItojits Tliero (lor aid. ilo has ordered the Its members and "In Its own Interest company. A regulation army t5"1 organization of Relief Committees to To INmrt Party ThniiiKli Tlic relait has tho right to seo that tho was set up In the plot In front ottS(,1(1 h(,,1( t0 th(J suffcrlng HIld Ul, IlaiiKvr ouc. tions between Individuals aro not the Confederate monumeiit on mo buIi as In any way to Injure tho southwest corner of the courthouse homeless." s, A dispatch from Tegucigalpa, g of tho community at block soon after noon. Maj. Ron. A Brltlnli Port, Juno 8. bays that In addition to the in the large." This is being realized HccrultliiK headquarters wetc a wiping out of San Salvador the towns 1'ornhlnK nnil his staff arrived huro United States y as never beforo sccno of activity 'all of the after- of Quezaltipeque, Nejapa, Suchlcho-lo- , this mornliiB after an uneventful and on every hand tho general gov(the company was augPaisual, Armenios and Mejicanos trip. All the members of bit. par- ernment, tho state and local health noon andby" the addition of several, also wcie destroyed. Mejicanos was mented ly wcro In good health and spirits. authorities and tho general public King's aides were a suburb of San Salvador. Thi:lr ship was escorted Into port by aro seen striving toward the accom- members. Capt. full of "pep" und were out gatherAn operator who reached the edge American tlestrioers. plishment of this Ideal. ing in all of their old friends and of the destroyed zone reported at A hearty welcomo was extendcxl to showing them tho advantages of 9:20 o'clock this morning that tho Americana by oillclal representn-tlv- e I tad Colds Kroiu Sudden CliunKex. army life. Tho following, were memwas in ruins and that of the Admiralty, the War OfSpring brings all kinds of weathbers of tho company to return with everything within a radius of thirty fice and the munition authorities. er nnd with It comes colds and the their captain: by the miles had been destroyed The Vur Olllcc has asHicned a llrlK-ntllof winter coughs and hoarseFirst Lieutenant William O. Sib-er- t, earthquake. General of tho Mrllish army as ness. Dr. Dell's will First Sergeant Hoy Woodward, The town of Santa Tecln also has aide tJ Ceh. Pershing. He too'K up head oft a new cold or stop the old Sergeant Kussell Faught, Corporals been debtroyed.accordlng to this relilii dutled with the commiuider-ln-chle- f soothing balsams rclloTc the one, the K. Uar-ne- tt port. Residents of San Salvador are as Eoon as tho latter reached soro throat and heal the Irritated tis- Ilohcrt B. Lyddane, Thomas and Lynn Lumenhouser, Mu- camping In the streets and parks. y here. and start sues. Get a bottle CharAt the time the report was sent It The formal welcomo of the Amer- treatment at once. At your druggist, sician Hen Edwards, Privates ley Glrvin and Webster Snead. The had been raining heavily for Jive icans on the landluft stage was a 2Gc. Formula on tho bottle. 1 young men gave evidence of their hours. The dUa&ter is supposed to A guard of honor stirring scene. regular habits by their splendid have been caused by an eruption of computed of Itoyal Welch Fusiliers NO K.XCUSK Vi)i HODO,. physical ocndltlon and were lound In the volcano of San Salvador, at the was drawn up at the landing with a HAYS DKFKNSK COUNCIL praise of what the army had foot of which the city is situated. l their regiment band. After Gen. Pershing Idoiio for them. been Introduced to Jhe military had Sacrcmcnto. Cal., Juno 9. The Qne of tJio mogt mf,mt arp;u. . Dullness Scholarship. llllcer In command of the port, he In-- tramp and the panhandler came un-- l . ,,,. tho b f We have for sale, a scholarship, cted the guard of honor, while the der tho official ban of tho State by at the recruiting station Is that good for a complete course In either band played "Tho Council of Defense todty. who Bookkeeping will them now those i inlnltii: or " and Accounting Ilauncr A letter was sent to all county in bc bclcct, pro)ab,y w Stenographers Course in the OwensKMt)rtcI by V. S. i councils Ol ueiunse rciiunuui, tho draft," will be Willi the homo boro Business & Industrial College. d Gen. Pershlnc tald to the of citizens to enforce boys. They will be commanded by apply at Republican Press; the vngrancy laws as a war muasure. homu officers and altogether would For particulars ' M office, v trip has been delightful, par- It said, in part: "The bo In more, congenial company than ticularly the latter stages, when wo loyal "Housewives and every sent- - hither and thither and mix- MAX WHO XKVKK MISSKK wtsro escorted through the danger American citizens can give Immeas- if ed in with other young men whom I'TXKKAli ATTKNDS r.ooo Speakzone by our own destroyers. urable aid in eliminating chronic before. ing for myself und my staff, we are loafers by using keen, 'relentless they had not known The argument has proven effec Wheeling, W. Va., June 9. Patglad to bo the standard bearers of Judgment and decision Inglvlng food tive nud resulted In the enlistment rick CahiU of this city claims to be America in this great v,ar for civili- and alms. Every supplicant for in the aftrnoon. although tho. champion "funeral fan" of the zation Tho opportunity of landing food or alms should bo required to of three tho men and olilcors were hardly world, with a record of 7,000 funernt a Ilrltlsh port nnd the welcome glvo an honest return In work for expecting such quick results. Tho wo received aro very significant and what ho receives. It is unfair that now enlistments were Otto Jones, als to his credit. He is 70 years old. Attending funerals is his hobby. We expect any person should exist In shiftless are deeply appreciated. Wendall They have had a fascination for hi m very short time to idleness, ptrticularly at this time." Ernest M. Whitehou&e and in tho course of a They Walden, all "of Owensboro. since childhood. For twenty-fiv- e be playing our part, which! I hope, will be attached to the company ,ie hag Uve(, a reUret, ,lfCi aU, very big part, on the Westwill be a . . . , $100 Reward, $100 til the physical examination can bo averaKCll ern front." The rcadcr3 of this paper wlU be Bono through with. They will then nenrly a tuneral a day, attending at Pershing and his staff pro- pleased to learn tliat there Is nt lenst Gen. for waul to join tho com- times two a day. dl'easo that science has ceeded toward London. Uefore leav one di ended cure in nil Usttases ana bo sent Lexington. been uble to Owensboro Mespany at "I never miss a funeral, for I ing the steamer tho General thank that Is catarrh. Catn,rrh bclncj rrcatly conditions senger. Influenced by' constitutional else to do," lie haven't ed tho captain nnd crew for their requires constitutional treatment. Hall's said. during the voyage. Is taken Internally and courtesies Catarrh Medlclno Oplniou of Chamberacts thru tho Ulood on the Mucous Sur- ihc it Jool CahiU is stitllciently supplied with Wclcomcil Ily OJlliUls.' lain s Tablets. faces of the Sjsttm thereby destroylns tills world's goods, and he does not elvlnR tho The Ilrltlsh delegation which wel- the foundation of the disease.up ( hambei Iain's are a Tablets the conpatient strength bv bulldlnc havo to M'orry about the high cost comed tho Pershing party on board stitution nnd nsslf.lnrr nature in doing Its onJer. 1 ncc: told anything have m much tho deck of tho steamer consisted of work. In The proprietors powcr of Hall's biut iii em," wntes F. B. Trcssry. of living:. the curatUe faith Attending funerals is a part of Ills One ltoar Admiral Stlleman, Lieut. Gen. Catarrh Medicine that they offerIt falls Jticnuiond, iy. When troubled vt'.l. Hundred Dollars for any caws thM Until two years ago lie amusement. Sir William Pitcalrn Campbell and to cure Send for lift of testimonials. give th: iu tiiiLhit-tioor attended all funerals with his horse The Address P. J. CHnNHV & CO. Toledo. tho Lord, Mayor of Liverpool. u t..tl. Ohio. Sold by all Druggist, iSc. and buggy, but since the horse's ship docked at 9 o'clock. death ho goes in tsreet cars or on played the After the band had OCCUPY To lie Accurate XKW HACK TO foot. American national anthem it renderhe Cholly Do you' think it KIItST IMjACK IX WOULD? ed "God Save tho King," all present foolish for mo to marry a slrl who Quit. standing tit the baluto throughout. was my Intellectual Inferior? Juarez, Mexico, Juno S. A now The hours were Hying by, and still The voyage was a quite one. The Dolly More than foolisli imposrace, Algy, the bore, remained with her. timo was devoted by Gen. Pershing sible. Clej eland Leader. but not vicious," will occupy Ilrst "Da you like music?" she Inquirwork with closo nnd his staff to hard e plnco In tlio world after the present ed, listlessly. concentration on the study of French A IUmI .Job. newspu-pe- r war, La Republlca, a dally "Yes," he replied. "I am always by all tho officers. During tho trip "I don't seo you on tho messciiKer published here, declares In Its carried away by music." there was a concert nt which Gen. force now. Hilly," said tho lad with current Issue. She ilew to tho piano and played Pershing made an address. There tho envelope In his hand. is destined "Tho was great enthusiasm on board when "No; I've got a good Job with a to redeem Europe, not by gun and several airs. Then she turned and replied Hilly, as he puff- cannon, but by generously offering a looked nt him. thrco American warships came up "You aro not gone yet?" to act as escorts. ed a cigarette. healing balm for Its wounds alter "No," lie answered. ..o, . you What do "With a tho war," tho article continues. "Hut you told mo that music alSour Stuiiiarli. feed tho (Iors?" AmerCondemning suggestions by ways carried you away." in" and a mild form of Indigestion. $ This is "No. When a lady conies ican newspapers that Mexico should "Yes," ho retorted, "but 1 said It Is tihually brought on by eating htijs n pet doK. I teaches 'cr 'ow to giro Its moral support to the Allies music." Exchange. rapidly or too much, or of food whittle." too In tho war, tho nrttelo tays such supo not suited to your dlgestlvo organs. port would result in tho Americans Musical Prejudice. you will eat hlowly, masticate your If occupying Mexico's ports and taking "Do you enjoy Mendelssohn's songs xfood thoroughly, eat but Httlo meat control of her railroads. without words?" nt all for supper, you will and none "And after tho war tho American "I don't know ns I've heard 'em," thirty-on- e moro than likely avoid tho sour more Hag would havo replied Mr. Cumrox. "Hut I want to taking any medlclno fctomach without stars,'" is tho conclusion. "But tills say that Mendelssohn has tho right ON vhatever. When you havo sour will not happen. We, the Mexicans, idea. What keeps a lot of these songs one of Chamberlain's Htomach tako havo agreed to remain neutral. If from being fit to listen to is tho va TuLlels to aid digestion. wo take part in tho war it will be our words." Washington Star. Too III to Walk Upright. Operation suicide." 1 Heallli Xews. , Homo luterinlhsioui. urt of presorvliiB . Advised. Saved by Lydia L "Hyglono is tho "Mother," 'paid her heir apparhealth; that is, of obtaining tho Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. FOR FLETCHER'S ent, "Mrs. Nlbbs asked mq If you and of body rind tuoht perfect action father quarreled nil tho time." mind during as long period ns Is . "Why, son! And what did you This woman now raises chickens and So Iuwb of life." with tho ' SAX SALVADOR WIITAI does manual labor. Read her story: . tell her?" wrote n man who devoted all Jils .Richmond, Ind. "For two years I OUT 1IY KARTHQUAKK "I said, 'Oh, no. Father isn't Mlult life to the promotion of tho was so Bick and weak witli troubles homo part of tho time.' " ago mat irom my public health ano who died at tno Panama, Juno 8. Reports from when going up, ago of CC of pulmonary tuberculous. Double-Ende- d Education. stairs I had to go Managua and San Juan Del Sur say Kdinund Alexander l'arkes, born very slowly with that hundreds of Uvea were lost in Jimmy had not como up to his my bands on tho March 29, 1S19, physlcUn, surgeon, contin- father's expectations in regard to hl3 steps, then sit down San Salvador. Earthquakes Kinitarlau und author left perhnps studies at school and an explanation tho top to rest. ued all through tho night and at impress on sanllnry sclcnco Tho doctor said he aro In eruption. Communica- was demanded, thought I should than any Kngllshmau of tho "Why Is It," Inquired tho irate between Panama und San SalvaHia work ranges have an operation, tion century. parent, "that you aro at the bottoml and my friends dor has been broken. from the theoretlcnl consideration of of tho class?" ' thought I would not tho minutest details nf chemical and live to move into "I can't, see that In makes any difSan Juan Del Sur, Nlcaraguu.Juno our new house. My 8 San Salvador, Santa Tecla and ference whether I am at tho top or physiological reboarch to tuo im.u-tlcilnnirh'tor asked mo consideration of tho cleansing villages were tho bottom," replied Jimmy pacificalLydta E. Pinkham'a Vegetablo neighboring towns and 'U. sower or'tho lightenlHg..of tho to try of Compound us she had taken It with good destroyed ' hi nu earthquake which ly. "You kuow they teacli Just tho India, f, the knapsack. Holdlera results.! I did so, my weakness commenced nt 7 o'clock last night banio at both ends." and Loudon saw his labours gained in strength, moved und continued throughout tho night, Crimea Into-onew home, did oil k mis,.of according nnd lu'iiellted thereby. A Modern Sign. received to information dirt, did buildbrings soma good things In Kartk'nwbrJc.slioveled and raised hun- hero from tho President of Nicara"Where's that .hotel that used to War ing and cement work, advortiso, ''AH thee omforts of. homo lls train. Just as tho Napoleonic dreds of chickens and ducks. I can- gua tonight. campaigns' perfected tho ,jir.t' of not say enough in praise of Lydia, h. .. i s . '. ' A report received from Sun Miguel for $1?" ond Disporting'1 thp sick, nud thq loss I'Jnkham'a Vegetable Compound .pub- says "Uusted up, Tho, hotel opposite Salvador was destroyed, 'San if these facts aro useful you may ,of 'life, from provoutublo dlseuso lit lish them for the benefit of other oultfonB hundced Jiquses being left put up a sign! "None of tho'discoru-fort- s qulckenod tho sani- women. "-JoHNSTON,Koute standing. Strong earthquakes, the re-'t'lio Spanish war M. 0. of home for f 2.'' tary couscjeuco of the American peo- V. 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For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Fevcrishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural Bleep, The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. - What is CASTORIA GENUINE CASTOR I A 'Bears the Signature of ALWAYS C&BifY J'&h&tM In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought THSt CKWTAUH COMPANY. NSCWVOHK CTV. " Starck Pianos! "No Money inAdvance Satisfac lion Gua- ranteed LowestJSet Fa otey Prices Terms Saving of SlOO to aai.rft A PA. STARCK S200Fac From mteiocuT ory Direct GW&t00, . tit " a beautiful Starck Piano for 30 days' frco trial, In your home. No cafh payment required. All we ask Is that you wll play upon, uso the not piano for 30 days. If, at the end of that time, you dp you find Itever and test this highest grade, sweetest toned and nnest piano In every way. that wo will. In that money, you are at perfec liberty to send It back, and seen for the cent, pay the freight both ways. XVfe Starck Piano must make good with you,, ' - -- mi "'' or there Is no sale. Ve will ship ydu 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL K Save $150.00 or Men We thin dirrct to jou Irom our factory, prices that save jou upwards of $150.00 iv Jie to fumidi cost of our piano. We jou eaa jcu a brtur piano for the money than receiving of You are aswrrd secure elsewhere. a sctiifactory tweet toned durable high grade t- Easy Payments tut Ton pay nc cash down, alter 30 diyi piano. te est, easiest terms ever suggested by a piano manufacturer. These terms are arranired to suit your convenience, and It Is possible for you to buy a piano for your home, without mtywg the money. OR.Veev Riiaranfaa 2nd-Ha- "beml-barbarou- s, '. Every Btarek Piano ! guaranteed tor 15 years. 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This book will interest and please you. Write today. Latin-Americ- Starck 95.00 195.00 ," Send cur latest complete Second hand bargala list. fr dog-fancie- P. A. STARCK PIANO CO., 1343 Starck IIld., CHICAGO r OLIMBEQ STAIRS You Can Be You Whatever HER HANDS Want To Be nnda big success, if you liave nt Children Cry CASTORI A Yon can bo a success; 1 cs nln-tcen- th AMBITION, ERERGY, NERVE. The road to success is easy if you are properly prepared. 'A Business Education is the chief requisite for preparedness. The big men of today almost without exception are, tho men who prepared yesterday. '' We prepare you for tho position that are waiting for "the prepared manor woman. School 'jx session tho entire year. Pupils may enter at any time and receive. proper classification. ' Ml'.", al ... ur t Mil 1MB Mii'ii 8 ti i 'i- - Ij)..'l , )! i ."." JtVll'. .l- . i . (Incorporated) v - T lit. owensboro; ky. MMMMwmt-tmt. Mrs. ed thcro was no cause for war and In considering the apportionment et RUSSIA DIVIDED tho mother'a henrt whs slnddcned the extraordinary burden of taxe In war time cortnln sclent l:lo principle solemn nsaurnnco that her hf M am doflultfly e$tnbllhi-d- : ON WILSON'S NOTE roii would be Hpiirc.d ,thj ba,tjlpneldA OvernlRlit ' coiu'Ut ipiis, ''.jVoj', liflus.px,' row Ta1Ki8hou'rdB Apportioned., otlcc Annonncrmeuls, for conn tho Kcpnbllran nqmlaitlon for Jail-- , I. FOR '(1)" Tl(' bucdefl ("pr tiixeji ninsl V choiiRed nml n niitlon, dfiiBed .with ty, ollici'sipuhjlstcd lu this vuluiuu un er of Ohio County., Hubjpct 'tut ttio spread 'an ( far n ptwalhlij, oyer tjle T.00 In advance. Primary Klectlon, Saturday, 'AiisiiHt . pea en potion iirniiKca nlowly til the I'rlni'nry, UOVKUN- - , the whote oo'ininnnl'MO, a to can! encli, 1'APK.IIH HUI'I'UKTIXM 4, 1917. District olIkcK. tZ.uO. Itltlt Itu ullllfi.n1u...... iiwii. no ntyiPiuua, MKNT I'lt.MSK IT HtMUA I.I.ST. ImJlTld.uiil to share In tlm nacrillVw mv We are Hohnnly warned now by Wo nre authorized to announeo fche , OIKiAX.H ATTACK. to Kp ,' those In authority that Prussian mil Csirucliye Criticism on (hi eonjliij to'ijla nullity tln pay and t. , (iovorntn-nare aultiorNd to annoance Hie f.lndldacy of .1. W. DUVALli for tho f bis Bjiaro In Itnrlsm, threntns the liberties. of candidacy of 1. I. .I'AfflKV or the republican noniinaUon for Jailor of (2) (T(ij(e,i.oiiilwnniptlon, which arc Rsywui Bill. i mankind . :. for llepre Qhlo. ..county. Subject .to. tho Prl-- . ., neeWiarlly bortw h'y tha community at and that this nation must "epubllcan nomination . . . . . ...... Subject """""'.. sacrince to Hiipprma It. This ;, tate- - J!nnt.v. ,of Oilo.Vounty. ga.turdnv, mnfy Election, Saturday, August .4, lnrte, nhouil he Imposed n.i fHr as ; , Election, juno "as true thlr.ly-- , lecutiB on rrcai - I art Idea tn ,il true hut was A,BIllt t m7 a I ." dont ' Wilson's note emphasizes necetwlty. ,. ,, tluil jui'.Uhhmj of, ' four oiiths npo as now, and had this , We nre authorized to annnuncn the , BETTER THAN TAXES cleavage between the temporary Gov(3.1 Kxctsea,Hhould bo linnoited n, U. nr., r, l .,,.:.,.,, I.. .nnnnn'lll, CD fl (1 tl! TV llf I'. 10. TIMI.I!1" tnf Ihn truth been honestly made known .to possililtf upon coniniodlilM In the ernment and the Socialist 'element, W. 1 1. .AWIAfHjItcpiibllcnn nomination for .Jailer of the people then, there would hive't,i"",,,,nc.v i Imiida of.the pnal .jjjiusuiupr r,ithcr tho mildest of which is represented Itepubltcan nomlnatron ftir' Ohio dqunty. Subject to the Prlma- no neeil now fnr n SCICCIIIC fnr tho ,,.., been ,. pcryvMift-mnrll.. 1, ul..lrv V'trrllnll Allirnul 4 1017 by tho Council of Deputies "and the at limn uimn'tlio nrtlcle which Why Exceitlva' ffa raft nor the hawking of Liberty J(,c., ilf ,,, . ,.rJmary a for, further most radical by tho Hnlshevlkl facKipction Satjir- raiy. muterliil . of War A'r Diiadvantaga. IW &utt Loan bonds. Hut what is done Is day, August 4, 1& 17. '. We are authorized to announco the . C(i Britain'" Example Worthy production. tion, led by Nikolai LenlHo. All'thu done (4) Tnxei upon IiuhIiick.1 mIkiuIiI m and the hour calls for action, candidacy of H. A. I, KB for the Ito- j newspapers supportliiR the QoVcrn- Hpw tha Taxat Should s! TitUl)on U'"are autloriz to announce the, publican nomluatltm for Jailer of it is the duv of everv patriotic Imbued a. fur .w possible upon net ... ! ..a. and greatest Dn ATriioncd. ' earning rather than iiihhi i?rre reto ,1.1... citizen ... do his share toward.awak- - ............. .AM... .,.,.....,..jll .... ..v,.. ..... ceipts or capital Invested. II I III lllv'.uiiiuk uie iKiiiou .in .. peril. ziuiiiiat i, ?! ii By IjPVviN n. A. 8ELICMAN, , tlvo of Ohlp County. S.tibjict to the (Oi Taxes upon Income jwlilch will , srnightforward exposition of char- ' Primary Kcmi- o August i Wo are authorized to announco tho JtcVJcfctr .!jnfjn.cif tif I'dlJtl'-'.'iKlectlon, both acteristlc American diplomacy .iiecessarlly boapveru xtiiMihl !), Columbia, L'tilnrsltj . ,. Icnndldacy of .!. T. WKIll(J for the That a, i The Socialist organs, on the otli .MAKTKIt CO.M.MlSSIO.MIIfS SAI.K. '. and of HpI' differentiated lie a Rrnduivted. between Hcpubilcan nomination for Jailer of ., May 23, JM7vMfc,,Hiu-distinction or liaud, accue President Wilson of ; jinked an ..i(,f "lit jn'ovjde there hIumiIiI. tor .uiit.v ,iuui;e. Ohio county. Subject to tho Prima- armiiitivet Ohio Circuit Court, Miero earned ntul unearned lneoniea and We are authorized to announce tho I ry Election, August 4, 1917. high-tone- d language nnd vague t u deft n.y,.wa expenses flUd higher rate'iipon tlH.lnrxir using i oiii in of Ky., PlalntllT. .. ciiuiiiiincy or k ,i.imii. tor tno Jot vU purpose." In, the original should beaM Is essential, however, not piira.ses emnouyiug principles unacIncomes. vs. Ilepubllcan hominntlou' for Judge of Wu nro authorized to announce tho Srill a presented by, the Comniltteo of to make the income rntu so excessive ceptable to the Russian democracy, John Itender & Mabel Homier. De- the Ohio 'County Court. Subject to of CIIAKI.KV JOIINMON "Way aud Means, the additional reve-jsand even hinting that the declara"" Primary Klcctlou, Saturday, Au- candidacy Ilepubllcan nomination tho as to lead to evasion, administrative fendants. for (ho for t be derived waft estimated nt gust 4, iy 17. lUincultles. or to the niore.ftmdiiuieutal tion against the policy of imperialJailer of Ohio county. Subject to Pursuant to judgment and order The, ntiiendtueut to the '.bjections which have been nrited ism and annexations is Insincere. tho of sale, duly entered In the above laxywhlch- was lacked on to the above. We are nuthnri.ed to announce the gust Primary Klcctlou, Saturday, Au4, 1!U7. Such newspapers ns the Itt'lch, styled uctlon "kilt (hiring (lie discussion in tin House. candidacy of K. It. Wi:i)l)I.(J for at Its ."May term. 101 (tl) The pces- - jiroBts which are due .....i fi.....,. r?..M..ot. ..ii r.....it iipVtd tu yield niivllier ?lt,),(x.. to wm ,ca.? 0,",i,tIon or JudRC fi'vor f hi- Plaintiff for the sum "'" UM,""U the wareoiistltuto the most obvious ly We nre authorized to announce tho County Court. Subject President Wilson's declar- - . ly."0 with all of W ir :f iV,imV0 and reasonable source of .revenue dur-inn' interest am cost ( to tho Onio Primary hlection, Saturday, candidacy of C. A. SMITH for tha Reat on, particularly his view that tho, fa ,4l.ruyMiig (lie House lilll. 'two ,1,e cwt l,r ,,,i!l Sil,t'- - ' l I offer Aiiciibt 4 1917 war times. Rut the! prlnclpleupou publican nomination for Jailor of ' iu"' ivcbHmn arise: taxes me laid conclusion of peace must be such a tor sale at public outcry to the high- -' which these Ohio county. Subject to the Primary L JTw HHK'h .should lw raised by must from hi theory and easily nature as to prevent Germany ha eitiltable w are authorized to announce tho election, Saturday. August 4, 1917. tSaallSti? carrying out fresh aggressions The house door In Hartford, calculable In practice. Ohio conn .candidacy of 11. II. .MAItTI.V for the H. In what manner slionlil thin ri'itn Hfpuhllcan nomination for Judge of Wu ar authorized to announce thj llclch says: Tho Propoiad Incomo Tax. on .uoiniay. Juiy me -- nu. , ibe rsXxwJ? 0Ulu Collnty t:0iiit. Subject to candidacy of WOHTII TICHKNOK "Thl3 note sounds 'the death knell u. .vj.. Ttie additional Incoma tax ns passed 7. Hw Much Should Be Railed by ' ""'" ' "' ,uio rninaryisicciion. huturuay. ah for the Ilepubllcan nomination for' up to a rate of CO of tho for,icn DoH..y of tho Council1 . '." ".uv,"-'v- '? br the IlotMR-nui. mi. :i)' at aoout tin- - Hour or one o'clock K"hi Jailer of Ohio county. Subject to Taxation f -- . unm imiioHni nr in I UL ,.. . ..... T"ii i'a dele- and Soldiers' .VUIAUIUU p. in., the following described propthe Primary Klectlon. Saturday. AuHnw was Hie figure of $LiH.00(,Vld the history of clvlllred society It must We are auition.'on to anuounce the gust I, 1917. arrived at? TUeanswer In simplo. When bo rcmerabored tlmt It wis only after gates. We must reiterate President erty, Wilson's words .thut the war miijt Hiidlduty of .1. A. HN1J.AMV for tho thr. Jertary of the Treasury enmo ti the The InteroAt of defend- flrt jeiif of the war Hint Great Wi are .iuth6rizeI to nnnnunce ffi mUmatt! Uie additional wnr expenses Itrltiiin Increased her Income tar; tp Ihe secure not ouly a fair peace, but a tinti. .tnVn lf,.Vll.T .....I Milm II.M.- - Republican uomln.it ion for Judge of the Ohio County Court. Subject to can 4 Ida cv of .1. W. PKRHV for th Mint furflior wnri tfrtr the year 11(17-1ho niTi'slmiinl or SI tier cent., and that fi. nmnloa ',' 'der. In the entire estate of K. P. tho Primary Hlection, Aug. 4. 1917 jllep'tbllcui. nomination for Jailer of ahpy wwiJd amount tt some ?R.(iOO,- - even now In tho fotirtti year of the war I, ident Wilsons phruse-- i now become... ' Mo?eley, Ohio county. Subject to tho Pr. cotmlsiluf. ot 7U acris of vTOOJOOO, of which s:i.(H,(VH),0'J( -i wai to tho Income-tairifltrii-Und tf.i a practical- - measure.' does not excoed, W incarnated la nri t Kloctloa, Saturday, Augnit mi IIIIUIU1IHI4 Ilitltl4VfU.IV-i,il- '- tl.n iiii.-- y land conveyed to JJ. I. Moselev by "tw alUUed to tin: allies, ami S.t.GW, I per cent- The orpan of the Council of Woik-nien'- s K. G. A,x Jlcnder and Krtijah It liend-- r . u. u;pilWlPllll uonilnatiOu'lorVudge I. 1J17. was tu lie utilised for tho It could .easily t,ie hown that a tax uad Soldiers' Delegates says-"I- t by . TlilnUlitff It tlmt pnrpdi.es. deed dntcd September ::. 1S.X5. and (o the Ohio County Court. Subject Wo nro authorized to announce the with Kitea on mydcnito Incomes Is unnecesbjry'to.Kiy much lie u fair proposition to divide recorded iu the Obii Cpuuty Clerk's to the Priainry Hlection, Saturday, of P. M. HHOWN Tor the limn In Great Itrltalu. about this lait note. WilPresident this latter .sum between loans and iiml op the lnri;er liicotnpn about, iu Republican nofmlnatlon for Jailer or ofllcf i:i Deed Hook .Vi. I, folio M7; Augiiht 4, I9t7i. isd&S hi voncludcd' that llio amount high, would yield only slightly Icsj than son is mutakea ii he imagines such Aluo one acre, more or Jeaa conveyed county Ohio Subject to tho PrimaWo nmanthorlr.Pd to tnnounco tho ry ntecliou, Saturday, August 4, lie raised by lures wua ?t,rVH),000,. the TOOOQjStiO orUlnail esljmsti?! In views can appeal to tho peopU- - of Ii; John T. Cusehier and wife to K. or WI.NHOV .SMITH for tno 1917. revolutionary Russia. Tho UuflFia'n i the'llooao bill.' Miuri.lr.v Ii i...,.il il(r.rl IiiK- - Vlt. " Hupuhlicun nomliiHtlou for Judge or ' theorletf, each ..Thtrtare ,7 It. Is to be hoped tlmt the Senate will rovolutlo2ar7 democracy knows that..' 1 Subject ISO and record tl in the Ohio Cniiu-th- e the Ohio County (Joint. wt ttbltjili inoy )h (llNiinuMvi with scant Vr A.veiuH)r. ....,.. ...... ........ .... , tin- - primary Ktcllpti, Saturday, .Vu--to,i We are authorized to announco , road to univer-- al pwic?, m piw-- . ti. , . reduce th? tom catp on the hlgjiesj. inTup. imp Ih ttiat nil war i i. u..i. l. .u t...il ,.,,.k ,ir, a... ctracJer. the per cent, or .nt most to It) siooatel detiirei by it, Hca ttbrouplr '. J v. comes to candidacy or 1. K. WAith fnr Mi tuiaiuM bo defrayed llylontis. folio 13; also thirty acres, more or gusi 1, JHIY. per cent, and (lint st the wuno .time It a united trugRlc b tho work in? I Hepuhllc.ru nominntion tor AMHeaor ami. ihe- Attvrf Is lhafcall wir cxpendl-arrless cot;eyeii bv J K. M0i!o. ami Wo are to atiuoutice will reduce the rate on Ihe smaller In- rtl au.j aF Hx,x x'Uixtn. --- Si.lil.. Ia l... 11. ....... snenlrt' be defrayed by tuxes comes "" nrr.lt.t vernn Mnddox by de.sl diited Kebru- - candidacy authorisedTH'lll.'NOIt the .nf flflln II. of ,, '"" 7, , . .......... iori,.tPV i.i..,(.in W.IVUIU4, iu 1.1,7 derive! from personal or profes- , .mmwn, Qi.n.,1.. lUiUni , Jheory.-l, ; tho Domocnitlo nomination untenable. I 1, n, for Judge 1317 nry lird. I9CU'. icd or sional .e.irntiiKx. I indeed trim Mint thp hunlcnx of caa deceive us." phrase) Jt ; If tho war continue va shall havo to Ohio County Clerk's odlco in U(.eiI of the Ohio County Court. Subject! ... . K. ..... .1..,....,1 1.. 1. ,.e iH.r.ie ny ... pros- - d,pond moro and mon upon tho ,n. .: ,. ... uie 11. ...I. M.. :...... .11 .... ,, to thi I'rlniH'ry L'.Vction Sutanlay, Coroner. i,j,iiv .ii. .... Jnl... (fif- iii,;iiiuinh ua AuCtiHl I, 1917. t;,., or Tli r,t rather than the future generation; coma tax. ay Imposing oxooisivo ratoi Uiiktioivn. We r authorised to announce tli ' My tiea.- - I had the iuot thrill"it; appurtenances lielouging til tl.e fcet .UilsHloes nut mean (Imt tbornhoiild now wo prn nat only endanooriiig tho. casdldHcy of OH. A. II. KJMCY Tor tracts of land. Suld tiale will ho j - by Mils ypsr'.s taxation. ! future, but are inviting nil manner of rfelioniI'or County At tiinioy moment of niy life last night nt the Republican nomination for Cor- e are numoriven 10 announce tnej oner or Ohio county. which ovon Suhj..ct to tho ?trnH .ill! war exiieaiies by tmstlon dlfficUlt:o-- j abla to eeafe-Jr- Groat Britain restaurant. Tie electric lights went ""'"" "- - l creati 01 hix ni:u iveive, ilaj bssn re-m"M, a5,u U, raaiei thu (nvpayers in one or two , T.1 ,e " '. ?.tV; ?l!."v i.uuuiy "?"- Vm.-irj-r Kl.vtioii. Si turday. Auguat uiionccttslly and he kissed me l """,ta" Conclusion. ai- tin, iai7. liear the burden or benetlts that ""ni'"" jnumu to ijioiu bono a Ions dohi-iou- . U!.ki." , e uirney nt Ohio county - Subject to . . .. oosJit to ha dteirllitiled at least over a ' T,,n I'"i" I'll! cmitniiiH other ...... tinpni. ... .... ... ...- - ... ilflliP Hiii tlln I'llll ....,.... oil BiimirL ' .. jiruiU,ry is . eetlon. V-Saturday. Au- llu! Who dull" i'.i. .M.it,tr:iti. mwitn! defeeta which nity bo siimmeil , . a wltlibi the eamcgeucmtlon. "ell will 110 ruiaitlPil Ull.sn-Wo are authnrizcsl to announco tho Sunt I, 19 17. "Won.fnn't ln.mv hn Til;.!'' an In She ceuijul place, when expend!. u" M follow.-!i,ml u,u" ,lu' '" ctndliliicy or W. C. HAUGHKIITY for purchase bonds II I'li'ies an erroiieoua principle i. why it wu mi thrillintr." itarrarnpproacli the Mantle suitu of the Rnpubllctn nomination for JusI'or County Court Clerk. '.aro fully paid. , mm '" !iosiiig retionctlvo taxpM. 3rpsrmr-iliipo!- the V are aulh'Orln-- to announce tho tice or Peace. Roslno Magisterial "Given muie.r tur hand, this tin etwta nu unjust nnd iniwor!:- - r.t)Y AND MfJTHKr. .MAUI. ttoj jtouM reuiilie more tlmtAho total Subject to tho Primary KIoc-tiocandidacy ot Ar. RIuWlUCNrlHir erj-Ji.JVlXiK UMISI11 I.V COL'HT 14th day of June. 19.17. f .social Income Were this aide criterion for Ihe.extvv piotltH tax.. Se.tnrd.iy, Aiign.lt 4, 19171. for the Heptiblicnn nomiiiatigu fir or W OTTO C. MAItTI.V, .abMheljiTKN.wy, .lliu onsiilnB huv-- i Iifilrtli lt ' l,r(,WH n'" " unheard Cotintv Court Clerk of Ohio cniintv. ln. iiKUHil' ii j Subject Tititirn. fliti 50t.'J Tfttfrt f. Wo are authorized to announco the Tiri tnf to' the Primary Ulectlon, Master Cnmr.iisMoncr cla the economic life of thetomtu'Jul- - ui;inil In Itiu In nnn, l'i rKndldary ot .1 H. A. HOLING for th y would have to bo endured. Hut C. K. Smith and K. "51. Wood.wnrd, aamniay, aui;ii.ii i, ivii. In hi, court- D' hiniso v;Ui tacked. a Ropubllcin nomination tor Justice or Ttnsr Uie fllMislors are no grant and uixiu tho ciiUbUiimUoit of the eommu- rpon; ,here Iijo.nday bylieniiiM IIuu"- - Attorneys. SVe are authorized to announco the tlm Pdice, Sulphur Sprlngi niatrict. U the tuinio time ko uiiuefeaniry, the nj(y (0) It.U rnVi'ijJutcd to throw liiialue-ipan, .H yearH..o.ld. and .Mr-,- . Ituff- candidacy of M. OHU.MI.KY for tho Subject to tho Primary Kloution, t3-rtu)j- r jioHcy may be ileolaretl fm '' August I, 1917. intoeoufiisloiiliy l.'.vylnctHXi-.soiiKros- s man thp Ijoy'a mother, after he had alASTKK COM.M3S.S!(;.'KH'.S HAI.K. ; Republican nomination for County t i;ouri uioi-- oi utno county HtitiJcct rei'olpts liMtead of upon commodities ..8ci-jtaisccteuced tho youth to the reforma- JlfcAdno iisd the risrht In Wwarp authorized to announco the to tho Primary Klectlon, Suturd, (11) It fails to make a proper line or ,G)iio .Circuit Court, toy for nJIphW4y febbory. tlMA nnd lilghii- - conitii'eudublc coin- - ' candidacy of, K. VV. .IACiLSOW Tor Auguf.1 4, '1917. Both Mrs. liuffman a'ld her a'on W. It..Uine3. Plaiati. AC In ifecidlDg tiiat a uubshinttal per- - HbtnipttiixeH. ,. tlm !ti't)ubllc.in iinmlinttioii tor Jua-tlc- o (7) It followft nu Hystem HOi7 ' t?ffik lAH'ct nf fltii r,v.ni,ii ul. iii. Ill vs. UlV JnilB h'y tUL. ucck or tlio l'e.ico, HeaverDa in Wo anj aut'oorlred to mmotinco tho ' ' ! '" ltH ?Ht r,,u? W 'niieirU. , , . fioin location. Hut wiien Sithjoct lo tho rrirnary KIoc-liocandidacy of 1. II. CONDI'l' tor the wounds . were Indicted by the bqy'a T.. A. Wimsatt,. etc.. Defendant a. W It. includes. ;t mtlltlplieity of p. e tit utB". tiio Saturday, AuRupt 4. J8t7, nor isnr.. for County Punyi.int to a ludgment and order I'.eiiubllcau nomination finijers ns officers removed tin pair. Subject t Uuvt, rnlsing ouehalf of all do- - tJran(1 ""'"''laUvo Mtcs, tho vexatious, Tho Huffman boy. hebj up and robbed of ..hale duly .eatere.d in tho nbovo Court Clerk of Ohio county. Aitgual Wo arp authorized I o announco tho of which Is (iut,of alUicoportinn t,;i to the Primary Hlection, 4. atottie vr expenditures by taxes, tlm atjled action at the May. 1917, term 1917. lad. He had been on parole candidacy or M. It. CltOWDKIl for HHi!n ,arises whether he did not go ' t,u revenue they produce , , ' unothercourt for several mouths. of the. Ohio Circuit" .Court (n ftivor Republican nomination for Jiih-lie- o to tho 0itar. or tho Pivico, Ilotlno Maglatorinl ' of tho Piaiatlil for ho sum ol J7r..OO, For Hlwrirr, Tho fiindHrucntnl lines, iit which tho rprwtMilon of lu.iu.-- b otn: .ATiav in mjImii. We urn authorized to nnnoiinco the district. Subject to tho Primary with in turfs', thereon. 'from January ixtA in., uffer nil a purely business; llouso bill sbould Ixi innditlel are num. tat, 1503,. until paid and all roata, candidacy of U A. ItAl.Pll for tho Klectlon, Saturday. AUfjtiht 4, 1917. rejurrirIoii. .VoL to ivl' to u largo ez- - meil up herewith. llpi'M!cau noiiilpatlon for SlierilT of 1) The amount or i;vt laxittlou (Hy J. H. Thomas ) I will offer for .vile at public out Oh!., ficnnou liiaiw at the outset or u war ,Wo uie authorised to announco Subject to tho Pricituutaa, ihoultl lie limltwl to ?1.2'iO,();)O.OOy-- or xaLstake. ' Prussian militarism, mcvfd by the cry to tho highest nnd beat bidder mary Election, .Saturday, August 4, candhi(iey ot W". H. DKA.V tor tho the ut the ourwt to ?l,riOO,00V). To do I same Itiht of conauest and lovo of at the court houssj door iu Hartford, 1917. jiomlnaiion for Justico or IXraadAnJoaoa of E.camiva Taxos. no it man una woum ue ua unwwe ua rrin ,bat ,Cl, tIl0 horde') of Hints un- Iho I'lyion, Sulnhur Spring!! Maglstor-I- u jTtffinsnilvaiit'i:eM of ovtssIvo ta.xi-Ohio countv. Kentucky, on Monday. dintj-ict- . Subject :3ttheouic't or the war are us followH: W aro ulitborlzril to announce the Klection, Saturday. to tho Primarv August 4. 1917.' 1. excessive tascs on eonsiimptlou A. RRATOHKB for It:ily centuries ago. now , County Court day) nt about the hour ciuididncy or ri. nomination i lioO'ri done bv any civilized Govr-rsrW. atiHt; impidur for Slier-ll- f conquer atul control the worhl.and of one o'elock p. m., the following the Republican VO iril IlUthori.Iml to .iniinunen llm to of Ohio county. Subject to the 2. Juxoslie taws on Industry ,vI" meat lu time or stresx. .u s W.M'H for the -- ' T"" properiy. n. Primary KJcctiou. Saturday, AukuiI eandldacy of S. tux Imsc.t upon "" ibrrn!&i'liiMlni.i1 ilump enthusiasm ii;riiiiiiiiuiii nomination for Justice of In I, 1917. WUIUl j curiuin traui. ui i.iiiu tyina i. iiii.iimi., . uiuuniiiii ".un iic.n . .B. YlMtrll llm u.llMl ..I- - nnhiniKl..,, ,.l . Tf'l llf.rt tUIiystOill llllgllt in yieiu iiiioui !.... the Pencil. IWvcr Dam Magisterial . .. . ........... X.. I . ... ...... " "" .If...),. muiiiiu- - unm coumy, neiiiucuy, uuar Y...1- ' .1 .1.. rum, thft very time when the opposite i,j v',' -,"JU,v'"' l"u dictriet. Subject Wo aro authorized to announco the Klectioii, Saturday. to tho Primary t'i) me jo tieiitt their danger. To author fiw- - known ns the Ifonry Wright tract uig,,jfti August I, 1317. . . . ... . i. of O. P. JOXW4 tor the w,1 i"eru.ig oi mo rate.i r tho popular notion tint wo nre nnd hounded on tho South by tha caudl-lae3. Excessive raxes on inoonion will tie-- ' Republiivui nomination fur illierift 1,,,rnwl l'".,'''"''-- - 1",w W.0fH. and only Wo are authorized to announco medlers In ti foreign war la but lands or K. C. and N. K. Herry, on Vrti th rtiattfiix avallulilij for hivest-- ! "u Subject wyrln "f ,Hie to invite a possible natlon.il dl.snHter. West by tho lands of P.,W. Tabor, ot Ohio county. SuTurday, to tho Pri- candidacy of .1. Y. iVlOlllt.MXN tho jaU.und lutcmiowlthtl.ei.lae.!iiof wl"1 u" ,1","1,'0f,,,s for mary filecliou, Auguat 4, t.io Democratic mlw " ",J ,,!l:,'or ,lt'0,,,t'. " w "(,f The dreaded nomination for Jua. bcncr;noiii,l)iinji which will bene-vJJun Is not indeed yet on North by tho Kalden lino and on 1917. iw irf tho Peace, Hartford MieJatwr. esn "' l"'r cwit- - 'v ei'ful fl- " y hi iiny al District. SubjMfto tho Primary M'"1 lax of at our gate but o arc but a distant , tho Kabt liy tho ltunh of Knuna Wlm-nicEsrt-lvinles on i Wo aro will for hih hungry cmvv, WlthViU Same land conveyed to W. K. ratididacy authorized to announco tho Moctjon, Saturday. Aug. 4, 1917. I,.. I nlrt ,JI"" w,,ll XWUl Wiue Wn0.(K. a iorlona .llmlnntln.. f ot H. K. IIKMNKTI' lor tho Europe nt his ho would not daru I Kolloy on Nov. 8th, 19011, deed or Demoemtlo nomination for fUteriff of Lnvrely jiKXi audit loiiiil. tire tnsvi Wo aro anUinrlri'd lo announco tha to nllow us another day of prepani-- , record In the Ohio County Clerk's 'Ohio comity. Subjcct.to tho Primary urATTB upoa ft the support of cduca- "I.V ,,i:,.n"t" M'Hwsmwtdy im it la. tlcm. Thtb is not England' or oftlco, Deed Book No. 26, page or .f, h. DAMKJj ror tho to ! nlJ-t- ,,t 398. JIMocuqu, hiuuruay, aurusI 4, 1317. candidacy cfcial jtntl iJiilaiitiiiiipic Rcptihllcan uiimbutlon for Justice J,W,on wU' yield of al,oalrA0W.lH(. Mem-or, b tif itaiy a war nut iruwionvH' convoyed to T. A. Winisatt by W. F;. j of ?.. t,,rv Ulx' WWr with . light against tho uueienl curse of Kolloy and wife October Ifith, 1904, .'' ' tHC,'r portlottH Magisterial 'b For. .Siipeiliili-ndm- t. 0W I drJnl iip ..tvcU'lv nt U.o time I) trpt. ',,ll,1,P !x t "veil the low ruto of the Noif. Women who nro legally Llectlon, Subjort lo the Primary iK....,i wmiM i ,v thi, ..,. .. ..,i..t nlavwy of tho sword. America ren- deed of record Iu the Ohio County luiiliiied, are Saturday, August 4, 1917. ftvavx Hli HoiiHO bill, and Willi tin Improved mi cnlitliid to vot 3. Eacas!v Uxatlon nt the outlet of Its shure in Clerk'n ollleo iu Deed Hook No. II, School Superlutendnut lu botli for y totnoliilu tnv, will yield ovcr( flJfJO. net, should not, We uro authorized to uunouuco the mar vrlll.reduco the (elasticity uvail-JibS- o l)00;(KM1,.4iiilcji Is ho nuiouiit of 'tniiney thj loftiest sacrifice over dunuudiMl pnito and Pinal Klectlon.. aiuhjponveyed to John T. Vup His incrcathirj domonda that candidacy of no shown ror tho 1 aa -, Sl' mankind. InuUntlho(igbtcdit.Inj!iIe. action . with Wliusalt by T7A. yimsatt hy deed Republican nomination ror JiihIIcu Wo nre authorized to announce tie or Tho above pK.gr.uu would be I" billlotis of dollars nnd lnlllioua or of record lu Ohio County Olork'a oftho Peace, Ilartrord Mugiaterial Crat Orrtaln' Policy. candid.'iry of K. S..HOWVHH for tto Tax iiwat .llritalii ax mr ctfaamla. .tr.fur wlJi liH.aiiiiivi''J fsetciititlc Hyil rat-- Ih.i dutylt would Ik ir.criiucj.ayo ficii In ileetl Hook 44, puge u41. Said Republican nomination for Superin- HjMlrif.t, Subject, to the Primary u,u- - u w,n " llwfty wIta ulmont all calamity, lo hhlrk. While Liber- land will bo sold on a credit of 0 tendent of School of Ohio cmintv. I'dectlon, KjilimUty, August it .1917. IXifas tho ,fliit- yum- Of the war )., ' lielnu 2lKia.a'taos only slightly, iu order "' ,iu eomnbilnU tlmt Itrc(.will ,urod ty's hand la held nlott by otiiy'bU-ed-itimonths mid the proceeds ot tho aalu Subject tu tho Primary lllectlou, We aro lutthorizcil to uunouuco tho i'fraln a kisTi Industrie, gouig at (ot notch i(jalust ihe present. and dying utiles let ua lMntou to will tlrtit bo applied to tho .sat it? tac Saturday, August 4, 1917. ttmdhiaoy of Q, for tho 2tirlnx tlii'ijiecontl year rniatil by from taxing, the comuwiidliiit of Hm their rebcuo lest they tail and leavo tion of the plalutin'a debt, inteiet.tjI Republican t W nro authorJwd toannpnnqB tho Iho peace, iininitiatlou for Justicp of eir"tJXfts i.nly-1- per itnt. of her war fioar. . i... Rockport Diijlrict. .Sub-Jo,i,iu .mm u.i.i It will thiow .i ...v, .,. cuuutuac or aih. i, k. MAHO.V for far hea.ver burden ua alone to tho doubtful task. txtfcmlfcurs, 'liirlHg tho third year There is in this country no luck tuo siiiwacuon ot a moriKagn uoni. the Republican nomination Tor Suner- - day,, to thi Primary Klectlon, Saturnil, ievksi liy .Hddltlotml lairs (over iipon th. ijeh. biit'HI not go U (lu, August 4tli 1917, i ot' iiutr'totisiu, no want of the spirit dun W. J. Mfcjden. Tho purchaser iutendent or Sclioola of Ohio county ji4 alwve Hut II swIU r ' lovpl) only eilrrro.c nf ooaficallcn. Willi buhlnesx qtn jnore-Hinito respond to du- will bo required lo execute bond, with Subject to tho Primary Election, JtaiUy 17 per tutvirU'iice of bHcrifico or will of her Wi are authoricd to uunouuco tho Aunnst 4. 1917. will. ,J;evp unimpnlifi) li.i social pro ly aoen, and still there is Hi Ho pop- - approved security, immediately after "war rtpetmes. ruiidldaev of TOl n. n... it wt sliirttlil.iilteuliititii do ua much ilitetlvlly.oftliei'oriiiuiiufty. for ho war. Tlio Hie bale and a lien will he retained ijiutilUun noioluatlou tor Jittlco Jular etithualasia t , For Jalli. i &V Urtt year,of'lbe war ua Grout It, will i'sIiiIiIhi a Just Jhulouco be reasou Ls not for lo book, Only u on tho said land until Hair) bond lu Wc.aro authorlztd to announco ror tho Roalno. Dlutrlct. m the j '.V 3jtiu'dUii.Uio ISiMil yenr-- would i WS loaji nnd Uixf and will m.l. year ag,o, duvlnc u lieuied an.ll.facy of .M; V. BHIIOADKIC for AubuS 4 a 1 7' fully paid. ht-- t tw ittlmrfoy taxation lb., 150,000.. b.ucaiuiii to niy iinuger or pito.irii(ii the cryiwttit Given under my bund, this tho 14th y pulley or the 'I'li'm. If, ila'finlfr to'leitolutcly on eltfier the oirc'rynijtuiap "Peaco,and Pronpivlty" day ot, Juno, 1917. Hw aatfs etdc, it aoeotisl udvlsablo to pnly policy., Ahovo nil. it wilt keep OTTO 0. MARTIN, the thh an uhdl(slurb!-(- l ijU.'iUe' margin, vbk'h nnd "IIo kevt in out of wnr." The Muster Co in in I ,l oner. mttarifl, la iowc Wlw, Ue ilh'B xtutxt- - uinst bp iiiorrj'uii'il lucre hciiyily. dviiwn. Aiuericiui uplrit waa drnugtsl wlllt 50(3 upon us the win- promxfo. Iloavrin, Glenn & Siruimrmuu, the cry pf lioaco' when theid wnH.iio ON injaco. Our young muti'WU-o'UBaur- - WW PAY SHALL WE tl. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Hevrm,t -- THE WAR? ..'f I a Idisi jioi-ll)- li ... of.Muanl-luxuryrathe- i;n.--KUHS- in mS ,, -- ... r 1 U noni Tt v .... '" , , ' . ... .. , " I I . e ... ,.,., ..i h - .!.. ' c i war-profi- t' ,... to-w- ll: oni-fiftIi W , i .i i- -n -- ., , cf U-- .j. . I i.i 'aJii h 1 ; .,',,., - s jtj.., 1 1 1 I I , - ' s let a fundu-"fleeaO- I T .,.. Pl."' y ... ir ' I y wai-faip- tax-onl- y DIs-trlc.- t.. u. i ' V n-k- - 1- - S.it-unla- y, uuik-tenHO- D1h-trf- n, I ni-s- , I til t thii-utcn- n ' ceaa-piot.t- u.-w- i.- . wn'v" a i'i" 4 "n T ti-- s e i vr-iltl- a I. .' '" '' lno ... ul fit Hn-.)-- -- Prl-uutr- hr u - g ) .......,. ,..., ,. ct pro-Wa- i But-urdn- fiy Presldcit-Ual'-ciimpaig- n, .,.. Jt tux-onl- up-fro- im1' 3sxi , - FOF? FINE CALL THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN JOB PRINTING in,ff r -- -. . tu.