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SUCCESS OF WAR DEVOTIil) TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No. 51 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KYM FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 1917. !, nbarrass our Government In this the Farmers Home Journal and under liavo taken fGO, 000,000 a month g nve crisis, and FOURTH KENTUCKY his management It grew to be ono oC from the American public during Hie MINE' WORKERS Whereas, Every effort on our part the foremost Agricultural Journals last five months. t( bring about an amicable adjustcirculating in this part of the Coun Senators (lore, Heed mill ,Varda-ma- n ment of our differences with TO BE ORGANIZED try. Destdes many other more disVOTE TO piled Mr. Hoover with questions HINGES ON FOOD has utterly failed, therefore tant relatives residing here Col. Null In such fashion that In? told them b It had four nieces ane one nephew, airs. with some emphasis that he had not ' Itesolvcd, That a striko of all the H. V. Taylor, I). K. 11. Pendleton, and asked Confess to do anything althIK SAM) THAT NEW UXIT U 11,1, IT GIVI OI'KRATOHS TILL JULY conserving real miners in the nonunion mlufs-o- f wax Misses. Jessie, Margaret anil Poppto ough he behoved tho propoxd Icglsla-(Io- n IX SfXTi BI COMlM,KTKI TO ACCKDK TO TIIKIR If ipklns, Christian, Union, Webster AND CURDING SCALI'KHS Nail. vital to tho conduct of the war. DAYS. DF.MANDS. a id Henderson counties be and Is ouTi.ixini. The opposing Senators contended Hint b Toby called to take effect July 3, FIGURES tho hill would roach into Infinite av117, and remain In effect until our XOW TOTAIj !,(! ll,81t enues of American life, take property without coinpcn-Fatlo- ii STRIKE CALL UNANIMOUS J. st demands are- granted and our ARTILLERY AND ENGR'S on, a usiuuuonai rignts are recognized. Washington, June 19. Provost and embark upon an enterOperators In Hopkins county Marshal General Crowder is completprise of varied dangers. c alnf they will not rofiognizo the ing draft regulations while' waiting: Opposition dropped perceptibly in Imitation of Field Artillery mid Alllr Supplies Will Do 10 Per Cent tho House as the debate dragged Western Kentucky Coal Field Is Af- u ilon, and several stated that the for nual war registration returns. fevU-Ry Strike Thii Companies of .Short Willi V. S. Aid llo s rike would.not affect their business With Wyoming tho only Stuto yet trt. Represenalong today, ami Kngineers. Older. , Hays. v, a ; the men employed by them were report, figures at Gen. Crnwder'a oftative Haiigon, of Iowa, th only ,s, tUt'.ed and do not belong to the fice tonight totaled 9,611,811. A telmember of Jim Agriculture Commitu ilon. Oa the other hand, theor-i- g egram from Wyoming tee to (lie u" uiluorlty report against Lexington, Ky., June 19. Tho .nlzers claim to have a big percent-- a New York, Juno 19. A state-me- the bill, said tlieru would not bo fif19. A Miidlsonvllle, Ky., June completo returns withtu twenty-fo- ur saying every avallublo cold ty "negative voles on final passage. strike of the miners employed In le of the miner3 enroltvd, and claim Fourth Kentucky Infantry, a bathours. this field talion of fit-I- artillery and two comstorage place in this city Ik full to He said ho would vote for It hJniRolf. tho miners of llopklnj, tllelr efforts to organ.!' In a statement issued Gen. panies of engineers are to be organ- Crowder warns registrants who aro will be successful this time. capacity, ami charging Hint retailer. llP wollI,i niaUo an effort to Union. Webhter, Christian and Henized forthwith, It waa announced absent from their homes that tho are mnintululng high prices In spltu restore to the lists of necessaries derson eoiiutles has been called for here this afternoon. The three regi- - burdea of ascertaining whether they of uffliienco of food, was issued'horo shoes and clothing an originally pro- Tuesday, July I!, and will become ef- KOPKS FOR REDUCTION' If IJRITISH EXPKNDITUP.RS ments now constituting the Kantuc- - have been drafted rests entirely upon by Joseph Hartlgan, Com- posed by tho Administration. fective unless the operators grant the ky Brigade will be mobilised at themselves. The statement calls atmissioner of Weights and Measures. Representative Graham, of Illi- tloi.i.iiids or the United Mine Workers ij London, June 20. Andrew Bondr Camp Stanley hero within ten days tention to tho fact that the draft will ""Butter, cheese and egg3 have nois, speaking in favor of tho mean- - of America, according to action de, to To bring tho como Into New York in such ,luro today, aroused Interest by nub- - cided upon at a convention of miners Ljv.-- the Inchancellor of question Ex- btrength, these reglmenta up ,to war I bo made for tho army alone not the- chequer, In answering a which Is essential tho navy aud that choice as to branch lies as to cause a glut in the market, milting a comparative list of Ahierl from tlipso counties held here eald organization, or tho Fourth Infantry of service cannot be guaranteed to ho added. "It is the first experience can and ItritisU prices on staples re- I'Ijo resolution calling for the strike tlto House of Commons h honed and believed there vould and the auxiliary units, five recruit- thoae conscripted. of tho kind enjoyed by tho whole-hI- o ceived by him from Ambassador v.ac unanimously adopted. trade." W. D. Duncan, or Central City, ba a reduction from the recent ex ing' parties will start a tour of tho Sprlng-Kir- c on last May 19. Soma -It ,1s espoeted this AXY DRLVK-WU'ALCOHOL of tho HngHhh prices wero lower president or District 23. U. M. W. of.' penditure. Ho harl no hopo whatever State Wellington, Juno ID. Wpll both than the American prices despite the A., gave the Courier-Journcorre- o a reduction of the estlmateticx- - new request vill bo completed withHELD IXTOXICATING LIQUOR indituro, however, as a result of in sixty day3. branches of Congress .continued, des- fiiot, us Mr. Graham said, "that Eng- spondent the following statement: "The first infantry already ia at " Efforts to organize this non- me entrance oi America into tue war. ultory debate on tho (JovernmeiK'n land is surrounded by submarines." Washington, June 19. Any drinfc var strength and tho recruiting containing alcohol was defined by tho Herbert C. "Food Control BUI union coal field Jiave been under Tho price follow: MAYOR schedule contomplatea filling the sec- Post-offic- e Hoover, food administrator, spout Department a Knglls!( beef, 4 4 cents a pound: way some time, and wo now have IXDIAXAPOLIS RL'SENIS REPORTS ond and third within three weeks," Intoxicating liquor within the meanj Capitol emphiiBlz-- j butter( 40 t0 four hours at tho conts.a pound: po- - many members. Recently tho opej Ing to a acore of (S7m"Rtors gathered tatoes, $1.10 a bushel; Saldjrla. Gordon, Brigade Adjutant, ing of the law forbidding mailing oC President While, bacon, IS rators, through ( Indianapolis, Juno 19. Mayor Bell "However, those Interested liquor advertisements into dry terriinformally to hear him explain food cents a pound, and Hour, $8.20 a bar- - wore invited to meet the organizer branded aa "a libel on tho in the new regiment, the artillery tory legislation necessary to buccess In lol, In an effort to reach an agreo- after July 1. Methyl, wood and here " cty" widespread reports that moral war. Tho American prices ou tho name ment. Tho operators declined to do' conditions In Indianapolis aro such ns battalion and tio engineer companies, denatured alcohol art excepted. Tho will not havo to wait for this. It' department ruled also that tho prolinden sharp and argumentative day were: Deer. 12 cents a pound; 'so. Their refusal was reported-tfiustiouliiR by a group headed by butter, 42V emits a pound; potatoes, the various locals In these couVitles, toj,Jn:perll tho morals of soldiers at will be the policy to award commis- hibition against advertisements apsions to Qualified men who ralao units plies to liquor for scientific, sacraSenators Gore, Reed imd Vardaman, $3.7!i a bushel; bacon, 4.r, cents n resulting hi those locals demanding Fort Benjamin Harrison. of these outllm. Men suftahlo for mental, medicinal and mechanical oppoolng tho legislation, Mr. Hoover pound, and Hour, $17,00 a barrel. the convention which was held here commissions all over tho State aro purposes. '""? outlined his blaua for cousorving tho to day. There wore fifty delegates' GERMAN CASUALTIES , Invited, to'open correspondence with nation's food aupply. Increasing present. theso headquarters relatlvo to tho and cutting oft tho excessive WOMAN liAlli!" A Te.t of TATA I A l&n raising of platoons, companies aud COAL ARO STEEL of 6poculator:. He did not The resolutions adopted follow; lUlrtL ti battalions," nd wllj'roturn to tho Capi- FRAUD Whereas, Foralmost half a century teT r"fMl1vl.latf tif rurtliaf ov.nmlnnitnn In Including the .signal, ambulance ih.il Hopkins county (he minora of the and field hospital 'companies which .anToHort to clear up congressional coal yield have been working for tho MAY AOl8 22,000 1EA, 20,502 Will bo brought Into the national serand "public misconceptions and liaat-vc,- u PRISONERS AMI 2,:a4 S(I1I'MI!, SINK lowest wages and under Hie most any vice shortly, tho war strength ot tho ' action VOUNUI'D TO LIST. conditions existing In brigado as now organized is approxi- HKF'ATOR MARCONI URGES llTrS-UUR- G AKKIWIH MAIiKAPTKK Tht Sennto bad only a brief discoal iicJil In America, and . TO ASH1ST IN REBUILDbill and recessed until mately C.300 enlisted men aud 190 cussion of tho Whereas, At tho present timo the ING. Bllll'd. ofticora tho now unila will add 2,940 Senator Chamberlain anwages paid in this field are wholly London, Juno 19. ;Tho 'German enlisted men aud 83 0iHcer3 to this nounced it would ho kept continuousInodouuiito to meet tho war nrtce-l- ! casualties as renorted lu the Gorman complement. ly before the Senate- until disposed of' , ,, lllcot!JiMes of life, and Now York, Juno 19. Atlomptod oillcial casualty lists In. tho month of - TUo Fourth Infantry will accomSenutoni voirld bd"pro-iHcand tha prices' May follows: murder, robbery and blucknull wurot Wll(.r(..ig. Tho Outraj-eou- n Pittsburg. Juno 19. Senator -to expedite debate and action. modate 2,002 enlisted men aud 50 tntorwovon ln-- it conashm nmdo to M0W ,)e,1JK pilId f()r coa, u,)oll aU th0 Marconi, member of Kine,j aad jiej ot W0Uuda oraick-Unlle- d oflicers aud tho engineers 32S men Gil- House OptMjitlon Wane-)- . ,. Commibhioner Slates War Mission, In an addres'i del:iItPt.tM of our countiy will untiuc&t- - ness. 22,000; prisoners and missing, rn. and 8 officers. In addition totho lluo With but a handful of member;! at- Christ today Hyinau, ionnbly jUstny our employers hi Ua wounded, C2.394. Total, officers accounted for, there vill bo livered at a dinner given In honor tending. House debate continued un- tho a month banker;- - (,,, ,8 a ,Kctut HvluK wag0 foP Ourill0,95C. mission hero tonight, carriod and of tho six commistiions for doctors , til lato to-- n ifh t. Opposition there who Is charged with appropriating 1lbor( (lml Government . tho appeal of Thes0 casualtIoa atiQe(l t0 lhoso throo for dental surgeons. Each reappeared to ho vanlngiand lead urn money intrusted to her for invest-- , whereas. All honorable means to nroviously renorted ulvo tho follow- - giment will havo 124 mules, CS'horc-c- s for coal and steel aa tho two great hoped to conclude general debate to mont without security, and which needs of that nation In winning lio lieu our employers to grant our ing totrtla since the beginning of tho and 27 wagons, and the extra unlta war to tho contor of America'.- coal morrow, planning then to coin,iiler's,llUo cscee,i COO.OOO. The womau'wi . jls, a(, rcai,0Ka bio demand have war: their proportionate Bharo. amondemnta 'and, pass tho bill by roveIatIoiiH brought about the urrest , TUo dlnnor and steel Industry. ur petitions having Killed and died of wounds or sickTho throe reslmonts now In ,,, who wero hrid ln Friday or Saturday. Food condition pf Iliuo nm, Bpurnttl, ana brought to a close ono of the wannness, 1,008,127. bwn gnorcd will ho assembled hero just as Boon est leceptlqua received by tho lnla-siwhich faoiThp Allies and this coun- - $2,D00 bail each, and warrants wero j Wl0r;aR( It hcs ,lcon our firm and Prisoners and missing, 557,110. as tho water system can bo complettry .ero IruAMy and fully explained lHB,..i for nVe othora, any In its circle through the South carneat domro to refrain from Wojinded, 2,731,22'J. ed. An officer for this has beau liy Mr. Ifnovor. Without Government j VIrg ryman appuared Imfnrc. tho aciiou that would In the least ilegri-tuid Middle West. Mora than G0,-04,350,700. and an appointment may food control, to a great degreo in at- - COmmlHrtlouer in bankruptcy pro-tupersons ureetod tha rniX3lon on bo made from Chicago administration,, lio uxpKiinoil. clHHiui?H. llvo dayi in tho Aftor ita arrival hero uhortiy fcoton? noon. an Should delay ho unavoidable, will bo voluntary and not enforced xomiu priflon hTio doclilrd to involvo This afternoon tho members ot tho HIN0ENBURG LINES. emergency will bo recognized and n "mobliatlon ot tho aplrit of self- - .... vh ,,rticli)atcd in lier "get- pirty vihlted a number ot tho largoi . Capt, W. S. Evans, nupply otlicer of in prevent and ficlicmo, sho declared. Sho industrtal plants. iiio Third Infantry, will bo tompo- lug wait.i of foodstuffs. lold of tho3o vhp worked with Hit to "The Industrial centers cf America (Wily made Brigado Quartermaster. can rone'er a great uervieo lu bvlus-ht- K That tho rationing or other en- lleero Hie public, how they advanced " glvou authorEvans already haa been forced regulation of tho Amerlem her money to further tho scjieino and Pri the war to a buccesaful conclua-lo- ti ity for tho conversion of threo largo dinner table Is proposed was denied, ll0W HUndrciisi of i.eiwiiu hid boon . . ', K.I.OIby tho production of atel lilate.-an- d '1 J .r"tV-- ' by Mr. Hoovor. Also he said requi-- j lir0llBlt to her wllh their bavings toltacco barns on tho reservation Into 'other supplied necejaary lo ro flltlotilng ot factories or rogulatiou or lurougu jaeH 0f High intercut spread which will accomodato barracku ," world's 'diminishing Regi- build tho wiges H not contemplated and that - Itenjfclft about 1,000 men. Tho Second with her. UlW0 wJ-tfifMarconi. Senator declared h? .' Ptrti-H'ment, which Is scatterod ovor East'excision or war profits h distribution iviod To Drown Her, "Italy today has nearly 4.000,000 fT-Sof food, largely by voluntary co- ern Kentucky, and tho First, vhlch A Mr8 Hymau charged hat certain men under una. Our need Is not (J (l.ift1 oporatlon of buslnes intero.sta .jtfil" t.O has Its camp at Louhlvillo will bo men wi, bad obtained largo snniH but arms. War supplies wo caif- ' volvcd'lM tho primo object of the blll.'ot money from her ami wero evpect-Fohero withal ten days, it was announcnot get becau.se ot tho scarcity of basic mrasures of food con-;,,,- ,. ed y all enposuro ot the bludlw tried tonnage. It is Italy's hopo that trol planned. Mr. Hoovor aald, aroto jrown her in Oybter Hay by rt " America can supply this tounago and regulatlpn, control of dlstrlhu- - turnhiR their boat. After sho had Oiiit Couutlaii Honored. by means of It tho vitally necessary tlou- - lncludliiR speculation, mobllza- - beon rC8Cue(l by Dr. George L. Kverly, ot Rockport, and had ' coal and Hteel." tiou of America's women and men In rocoVoied, sha alleged, fS.OOQ had was elected president of tho Eclectic Whcir the United States entered a campaign participation of tho Staton , beon ...,... from Uor uockolbook by Medical Asdoclatlon of Kentucky,- at tho war, Italy felt satisfied that tin- hi administration work. Its 29th annual convention held In cause pun Ion 3. her com for whlclisho was fightiug wuu Tho Louisville, on last Monday. Couttol of 1'rlnio Mrs. Hymau stated that "investlll just, asserted Marquis Lulgl Uopubltcan, with Dr. Kverly'a numFederal commluslons to control ments" totaling approximately $ 000-0ill Hlfreddo, Under Secretary of erous frluida, are pleaied to learn wheat, uugiir and u few other "primo were to have beon wiped outrby State for Forolgn Affairs. (the honor thus conferred upon tho of "Italy's commodities," by regulation of pro- going Into bankruptcy. Shu admitwaj alma aro those of tho county by havInK one Dr. and Ohio duction, Btorago, transportation and ted that not a dollar of the money United States." suld MnrquU llorsa-rell- l. xaIo ulso aro contemplated, ho said, tsho received from her "cllonts" had "Wo aro fighllns (or tho Baino as chlot execufcimply of this association but. Instead of injuring farmers, as been Invested, tho democracy and liumanity." some tive. thebe thlnga will being to pay occasional dlvidendu for The mission left lato benollt both producers and consum- - J from what camo in us luvestmeiits l'hllcdalphla. " cor JON U. NALL ord without curtalliiK'iit of tnlddlo- - and to keep clients comini; so fast HAH PASSED AWAVf men's normal and fair profits. that tho income would exceed pay CHARGi: KXPLOITATIO.V Asserting that tho Allies' food sup- ments. OF WOMK.V WORKERS . cent, deficient even Col. Ion Beverly Nail, who died at ply will bo 10 per City, .lo.sli Grilllth IiiMteti Cor tho Soldiery Home, Johnson with America's food surplus assist '"S WuBhlngton, Juuo 19, A protest IIendert.ou, Ky.. Juno 18. Among Tenn., some days bluco, was born and ing, Mr. Hoover bald tho deficiency ago wh 7'! charging that war has resulted In tin rrared in Hartford, his must 00 muuo up ny sacriuco auroaii m" mrnum iuoro m cvim ij i years. Docetsed unltsteil na u private exploitation ot women worker ou ami economy Uero. Saving of 6 cout3 Scufflotown iiection by tho high water, violalu thu Union Army, at the breakiug Government contracts and- tho a day per capita In UiIm couutry, ho'waB Josh T. Urlflitli, or Owonsborci, out of tho War, rrom wlilch Co. F tion of labor ttandardg In Govern-mowould save $2,00(1,000,000, who owns 11 big truct Junt above Scur-wbll- o declared, departments was presented to I7th, Ky Intl., ho roso to tho rank a 20 per ctmt, saviiiR in,nour lljetown. It Is eutlmatod that fully ilouae oftldaU and oeveral of Lieut. Col., which PJMltlon he held White give 100,000,000 bushels more 300 acres werorowned. TeiiautB on woiild y by a comclnso or Cabinet membori Itbo farm are wurkiug day t when mustered oivtut the to the Allien. Wouion't-Vradof tbo National For a uuartcr of a Cen- mittee tUo War. cotinootloa ho told tho Son- - lu on effort to replant tho crop. - In this f t. Donnell In St. Loula Union League. ,, Col.' Nail vai Hdltor ot tury or. mere alors that epcculatora hi flour aluno Owonaboio STRIKE I for suitlv disturb-bus-liH'S- f, "n hoover Control d nt ,,., non-unli- it to-da- y' to-d- to-da- to-d- ay - to-da- y. Id-d- ay -- o : -- -- !i pro-aluctl- on . -- .... -- 5500,000 i,uuu,iuu QK ' Italy liw needs COM-'KHSIOr- - d the-Italia- hy-M- 2; nt ' tho-Itall- an I'uj - m I oit o al Il, 00 to-da- du-nl- al trtS s 'y ton-age- l'p.ri,,m 1 ur over-cxpo- llfo-saer- 8 f fi fl "W.C . to-da- J - Bor-saro- 00 have-claimed- , N - ut iiuiL-tilgh- ft Uloho-Dmocra- -- L 1PV .. H t4 LI k program, 'peace without annexation murine commanders lo let tho mnll This slogan has nnd Indemnities.' THOUSANDS SEE boats alono because they bring tho OPERATIONS OF caught the masses, not only In Huss-lAustrian prisoners' mail. Germany nnd Austria-HungarAnother story Is that one day tho FATE but ntso in the other Entente councommander of an Austrian BUbmnrino tries. The pence sentiment Is everyi GERMAN speaking Italian, landed In a descalwhere nnd can not bo subdued again ed mntill Sardinian port and bought by England and tho allied governwas fruit and vegetables. He AS ZEPPELIN FALLS IN FLAMES ments. MISSES HALF OF Sl'BMAIUNE Just before departrng. but imiTIHlt TH HONGS GIVE "Even the British people are TAKE PLACE IX Tim 'intend of shooting him the Mayor of CHEERS. to think that a compromise mediterranean. il.c town preferred to warn him not restoring the 'status quo ante' would taking to sji.k tho mall steamers fce preferable to moro sacrifices and j iiome Sardinian soldiers, as for every suffering and the possible destrucfive Australu pris- - TWO AIRCRAFT ATTACK TARGET 'roidur drowned tion of the entire English merchant IKANMWIS A1MI dlscmbowIeil on(iM w)iiii licet by the German submarines. Th'o Is known to keep a prom- la Sardinian peace sentiment Is growing everyise of this sort. Hattlo Ijists :t(l Minutes, Small Dam- where with the exception of the UnitIleal Ins 1'imwI, fonl and War . age Done Ily Nlglit Hunk Supplies Speilul Mark Ji'or ed States." VMt. Clear Tour Skin in Spring. Submarine. means Spring liouse cleaning Dull cleaning Inside and outside. j MANY SPY SINPECTS pimply bkln Is an aftermath of winIN BUFFALO IHSTHICT London, June 17. Two persons Home, Juno K.. Tho Mcclitorr.'.u-- j ter Inactivity. Flush your Intestines wero killed and sixteen injured In can Is now the renter of Herman and j with a mild laxative and clean -- out Buffalo, N. Y June IS. Pollen I last night's raid, during which a ' Atistrluii submarine nctMty. the accumulated wastes, easy to take, Zeppelin was brought down. Tho nnd other authorities are hard it According to Uallan shlpplua Ua'J-et- thoy do not gripe. Dr. King's New they! following official report of the raid work along lines that Indicate half the allied tonnage destroy Life 1'llls will clear your complexhave discovered a number of possible was lost In the Mediter ion and brighten your eye. Try Dr. was given out hero ed In April "Last night's air raid was carried spies operating thruout Western New ranean Sea. It consisted chiefly of King's New Life Pills and by two enemy airships. One air- York, "with headqunrteis in Buffuln. large transports laden with coal and throw off the sluggish winter shell. out ship crossed the Kentish coast at .The thoro cleaning out now under Moscopo-- j victuals for Egyptian and 2 At druggists, 25c. . about2 a. m. and dropped six bombs way In the foreign sections of thej tmniiMi army bases. According to the city and an order that considerably on a coast towh. Tho people of Italian sea towns' CON.Vl'AXTIXK ARRIVES latest pojlcc reports, two persons "tames down" some of the socialistoll wonderful stories of submarine AT MESSINA, SICILY were killed, sixteen were injuied and tic and other organizations' meetactivity and exploits along the Ty- a large number of houses were dam- ings, wero Inspired, It Is understood, com- -' rrlieiK'iin coasts. Submarine A aged. 17 (via Paris). by advices that conspiracy plots have found beneath It, only slightly in extremely fond j Home, June mnnders seem to be dispatch to the Glornale D'ltalla says THE YOSEHIIE'S "The second raider attacked the been undertaken lu this territory. Jured paying unexpected brief visits to former King Constantlne, of Greece, of The first haul by the police was a east coast town of West AnglK nt A farmer near Sonorn, found bpv and rocks towns nestled among advocates, " arrived at Messina, Sicily, Sunday 2:30 a. m. She was heavily group of 1T0 BIG WATER WHEELS oral written receipts upon his farm and almost invisible from the morning and was expected to leave about reefs all of whom .were openly opposed to 3helled by guns of the which had been blown all the ,f j sea. .. immediately for Switzerland. defense and driven oft. It Is probable war and wero agitating pence senti from .Morgnntown nnd .Muhleubur, As soon as the commander of tho The former King aud his party, he was damaged by gunfire. Shortly ment along the water front and big a distance of one hundred miles nearest torpedo base answers the , consisting of Queen Sophia, the afterward this raider, after dropping' Industrial sections for weeks. Lead TRAIL ItlCCl'X LAST YEAR SOON A unman near Arch was gatlu" the. wireloss, Informing him that TO MAKE THEM ACCESSIBLE Crown Prince, other members of the open plie. ers of this group were sent to th" up lu thu funnel of the cj clone atit enemy has arrived, tho commander' Royal family and several Greek dig- a nuntbef of bomb3 In TOl'RISTS. TO uas engaged and brought dttvu in penitentiary. every stitch of her clothing 1 rn of the submarine, who In the mean- nitaries, arrived on the Greek trans'.James by a pilot of tho Royal F'wis niarkmanship j from her body, with the exception while has tried his Business Scholarship. port Sphateria, which was escorted airship was destr y?d. her shot's and stocking, beforo agninst the local bell tower or rail-- 1 by Italian, French and British torpe- Corps The Wo havo for sale, a scholarship. Thli season will see the opening to laere were no casualties or Jim killi-by the fall from tl road station or has Mink whatever j do boat destroyers and two small .good for a complete course In either In West Anglla." v0-- s I water clouds. Ellrabethtown Mirror. -j tho public of an American nailing craft happen to be In tho liar- Greek transports. Doth Coustantlne or Bookkeeping aud Accounting Fight 1u.sts Half Hour. ' hor, balutes and disappears below the and his wife .suffered from seasickm Owens- - spectacle of such extraordinary novelA dUpatch from rn East Co.xs.. Stenographers Course in the THE LADIES' HOME JOURNAL surface. ness during the passage, which waR a town says that thousands of persona boro Business & Industrial College. ty and beauty that its eventual worldPOn How Transports Are Attacked. rough oae especially off Cephalonia. witnessed the destruction of the Zep- For particulars apply at Ilepubllcan wide celebrity seems uu easy prop-h-- THE SATURDAY EVENING Sometimes other towns relate, a Wnterwheel Falls of the and THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN The m it oillce. The attack by pelin submarine follows undetected a con-- j Yosemile National Park have prob- wish to secure tho spare tlmo of i cutis on the dirigible lasted fully half voyed transport till within a short j U. S. TROOPS HEAR ably been sern by leys than u thou-iin- d man or woman to act as local repre TO IHHLI, FOB 01I. an hour, and peoplej3.sued from their distance from the home port, remainpersons, all told, since their seutatlvc In Hartford and tlcimtj, d the "to watch houses ing submerged till late in the evenW. 1). Shim Says Outfit N Now On dlscoery by white men: no doubt looking after the renewals of their STRANGE TONGUES ever.t. ing. When everything is unlet and ' they ;crc a familiar sight to the many subscriptions lu this section, The RoimI to lloilgcmtllf. When the black object drifting the convoy has left and the crew oN Indians of early days who considered and Introducing these publications across the sky from the southeant to the transport feels safe within the! tho sound of an oil drilllns the Tuolumne Canoti one of the to now reader. Payment will bo That seen to burst In (lames friendly harbor, the submarine pops j PERSHl.VG AND SOLDIKKS IN northwest was imule In salary aud commission. Prethe spectators cheered tuniultuomly. outfit may soon be heard iu Latino safest of their fastne.sbi.it. up and the ship is sunk. FRANCE GETTING NEW county, bringing with it dreams of The Tuolumne River is one of the vious' experience ts deslpiblu but not Pedestrians and cyclists dashed o(t Ono of tho spots most badly EXPERIENCES. essential. For details nddresa, with many In the direction of the fallen airship, wealth to many, U indic.itul by th' llnoU of the in Italy Is by thu( which How from the snowy references. Box GG4. THE CURTIS Mr. W. I). Shlrn. of ng statement of but owing to tho unexpectedly Straits of Messina. Since Italy in! slugs PUBLISHINO COMPANY. Independdistance, failed to succeed In locating Butler, Pa., who has obtained u large hollows of the HIkIi Sierra It way ence Square, Philadelphia. tern-liein the conflict the ferr"-- j 1713 :.!r and roans by turns Its sinuous of leaot in the county. 'lock I'ari, June 17. The American m boats carrying to Messina the contin-- , enlisted men who came to Franco the Zeppelin, which fell a few miles Shlra was hero this week seeing to ' from, the high places down Into and had first been from the coast. It ;ntal trains running to Syracuse and SINKS Hetch Hetchy OEUMAN j through the celebrated with Maj. Gen. Pershing are having gun and was then the recording of his leases. Palermo have been m.uincd by pick-- t experience with foreign habits, lang- winged by a land .BIO KUENCll STEAMER "Tell anybody who wants to know' , Valley to rest eventually in the by an alrplaue, which tho finished imI crews from the Italian navy and ; paclhc. Us rush of several thou-Iri- ll uages and rations vhifcU Indicate Zeppelin fought to tho last with her mid Jtr. Shira. "that 1 am golng-t- o are armed with powerful guns. Vet what 10. News of tho New York,-Jan-e coun-ihuu- d iVet Into the depths of tho the first oil well In the main body of American guns. the submarine Is always on th" look- troops will ilnd when it arrives. Tho y, Hid that machinery fbr drilling Hetch lUteby, which valley, by the destruction of the blR French steamAll of Crerw KlltM. opportunity. out for n favorable Mississippi by a German sub- 1 Americans are quartered at the is been shipped and will arrive at way, Us waters originally carved In ship The dirigible dropped in a field of Whether this opportunity tins cr' the llviug granite, conslltules one of, marljie, with a low of ono of tho fit lgenvllle iu a few days " Barracks, a 'huge quadrilateral corn, far from auy uamiation, ana presented Itself only the Italian Ad- -, must remarkable spectacles in merchantman's crew, was brought t'lw. miriiiiinrr ulll h tafcun to say vlt'i on Place SI. Augustin, one of the was completely destroyed. All of the niiralty Ih lu a position-tjhere by olllcers of a British- - freight point i orth of town, wherp Air. Shlra th remarkable Sierra. central locations of Paris. There are crew was killed and their bodies badaccuracy. Canyon here is vessel mai nrriveu iioiu n j roucn tempt to Tlte Tuolumne housed troops from all the Entente ly charred. Some of tho men appea- expects to make his first nl Raider I'm To Flight. The rlv- - port. wild Weyound description. Uus'iiatia, red to havo Jumped from the doomed strllto oil. LaRuo County Herald. Allied nations, including Syracuse, whii.Ii is the homo port sharply for several j The Mississippi, of 0.G77 tons t er's bed slants Serbians. Belgians, Rumanians, Can-- j airship. Doctors hurried to tho spot, . wf every ship plying butween Uidy :iii torpedoed and hunk about miles. Rushing with gathering pow- - gros-s0,000 JEWS COMPELLED adians, Australian- - and New Zeulan-der.- s, but .their services were nes!ie.ss. and Tripoli, has had Quite u differ- -' EVACUATE JAFFA or, the stream leaps over precipice US miles out from tho port of Bro, TO with sifty Atuv;lcan troopers, Tho British airman who attacked ent experience. The entrance to the engineers and foams doyii long", sharply tilted France, on Juno 2, according to of and automobile' drivers the tho Zeppelin descended nearby tt..r.y ,ir., r.miiii lutrlirerj or tiiii llriMsu slim winch rc3 haibor Is never free from mines and,' among the n..in.. 7...., to ntiniiu nt iw .......:... .,!..... latest arrlals. Tho vast i unhurt. According to the story of an forty-seve- n ' now and then, notwithstanding the officers and siSiincn bight inspector vho witnessed tho affair, recent evacuation of Palestlna have Water heels. Tho swift current, cued court presents a strange steady work of the Italian miir ( ceutral mingling by the Boston striking rock projections lying across from opon boats. "They had been of the uniforms and searchlights enabled him to follow Just been received drtdger, n .ship Is timed back to port In the I . - sloitos. rises lifts feet In , atioat only a snort time . .......- -- the movements of tho Zeppelin and liranr.ii- nf tho nrovlslonal cotnituttfu Hie .,- , Hags of the various nations. either In a sinking or greatly dam-The atr and desttibes Ioiik sweeping arcs general Zionist alilalrs. Each contingent has its own drills jtho attacking airman. The Zeppelin for aged condition. ITALY'S, FORCES (of foam before again Joining the own llviug and eating quart- twisted and turned in tin attempt to cable in part rollows: Several days ugo an Austrian sub- ami iU 8,000 and H.O0O Jews ruahlng river. Tho pecluclo Is ono "Between ers, but when tho men are otf duty escapo or beat the airplane olT, and marine appeared off l'ortofornilo. tho court Is ciowded with the soldOf that tills the beholder notriu with Join lluiuls With British la Palesthe machine gun fire of the dirigible wero compelled to leyc Jaffa. Elba, and started to corral all the tine. more than :i,000 are now In astonishment than with enthusiastic iers, speaking many languages ami was heard dlstlctly. Presently another these fishing and sailing vessels ongngd in i more tbau 1,000 admiration. The larger Watorwhuels themselves airman came upon tho sceno. and tho Lower Galileo; mako attempting to Chicago, June IS; An Italian or the coustwiso trade. Apparently the understood with signs. The American Zeppelin continued to 7lgizig in an Pctach Tlkwah, the reni.Ut.der hav- - ire extremely Impressive. stibmurlno foil absolutely sate and in troops-arThe" reason so few persons have gan grinder early on his rounds dison French military ratloim endeavor to head out to sea. but the ing been dlsporsed in the colouinn. less than hour eltUit or n!noi which they like better thun American turbed the Into slumber of member i held to hln quarry, and of Judea ami Samaria. Thirty Jews wh the Waterwheels la that the Th ot the Italian mission crafts had been collected and the or British rations, for in addition to first airman minutes tho end came. have received special permission to pnasago down tho Tuolumne within a few order Given to their crews to tako to an abundance of Only COO persons , yon ono of extreme illlllculty. Tho visitors took It good natitredly and In Jaffa. d food tho life boats. wero compelled to leaio their farnm ,mrdy campers of Hie Sierra Club, tho disturber and his monkey went they umbrace the (regular French $100 Reward, $100 sailors were, Tho Tho dcatha Incidental to the ovnclia- - who Tor years have maintained u away tho l Ichor by several smal' allowance of wine which, however, Tho readers of thH paper will bo , Tuol-mewatching with team iu their eyes the silver plecoa. : may bo discontinued v. hen tho Ameri- pleased to learn that tbora U at leaat tion vero due lo lusullleiont nourish-- cunip at Soda Springs In the preparations tho submarine was inak-- ! can Enrico Arietta, head of tho ihIj one dreaded ulooaso mat soianeo na and the hardships of tho Jour- - utnno Meadows, havo been their prln-nerations are established been ablo to cure In nil Its otass and In tin lug to sink the boats, when all of a care of the clpal Isilots; It Is thoy who hno slon, was greatly Interested Iu order to take Tho chief novelty for tho Amerithat Is catarrh. Cutirrh boUx greatly sudden a report rang out and a shell cans is the continental breakfast, re- influenced by constitutional ondilloni refugoes clay cottages aro bolng ere-- , made kifown their unlfiuo beauty to Associated Press dispatch Htntlng treatment. Kail's i requires constitutional splashed iu the water only a jhort -' an Italian force had Joined tho stricted to broad and coffee. Lunch ' Catarrh Medicine Is taKen Internally and cted and if sulhcleut lunds are forth- Um world. One motion picture only that nr-- I dlhtuuco from the raider. British In Palestino. coming public works will be started lias been made of them. act3 thru tho Wood on tlu Mik-iu- i and dinner aro Korved In courses, faces of tlii System thi.rtiy The commander seemed puzzled, "That Is significant of tho way the Uist year the iiepartment m tne tho dlso.isp, givlnff tne the foundation with plenty of meat and vegetables. I pallvnt strengthofby building up the con- in order'to help them. Jerusalem has but u second shot sent him scuroliig not been evacuated." Iutrlor built a trail over tho White Alllea are working together," ho bald. The meatless days do not upply to stitution and nsslstfni; naturo In doing Its ' below deck and souii utter his boat Meuicbrs of the mission placed a liaV'i sn much Cascades In thoruolumne Canyon as the military, as the French policy is wnilr In 'Ihn nronrlolnrs piw-- ri of Hall's tlio ciiratlvo faith t again, The Rocky Mouutain Season. dived uud via uuver .seen far as the top of tho Waterwheel wreath on the statue of Lincoln In One to limit tho restrictions on meat, sug- Cnmirh Medicine tint thy nfTisrIt MIU Notwithstanding tho war, a larger I'nllJ. Here the funds were exhaust- Lincoln Park. A similar tribute was Hut what occur along tho 5,000 ar, etc., Hundred Dollars for tiny MSt that to Chilians i order that the to euro. Sond for list of testimonials. Rocky Mountain ed, leaving the most strenuous part P'tid Garibaldi yesterday. com- miles of Italian coast is nothing AJJrfs F. J. CHKNRY ft f'O . Toledo. patron.igo of thu lighting torces might be kept up to Ohio. Sold by all Drutx'Ut, 5o. National Park Is expected this year of tho climb without a trail. The pared to what happeiu urouud Malta, ho full measure of energy. oven than Jast, when Sfi.OOO personn completion of the trull past thu l.iHsen National Park. which Is England' main station on Tho sleeping quarters are plain ' (visited It and it9 beautiful valley Wiiterwhoels uud tluough Mio entire Many porsous who deslro to see tho routo to 1'ort Said and Hulonlkl, and conifoi table, with good beds, HAYS ALL NATIONS KAGF.K FOB I'KAOH gateway, Estes Park. Tlio hotels, canyon to Iho Hetch Hetchy Vulltfy volcanic phenomena will visit th new and England's most powerful torpe-- , clean sheets and ample sanitary hoarding houses, and public camps will be attempted this season Lassen Yolcnulc National Park this do bH!e. Apparently the Gorman Ad- -' The Americans are on Zurich, Juno 10. A prominent which then wero crowded huva all i A month . . season. after Congress inlrally lu determined to spare no n regulur schedule, with reveille at i neutral who passed thru here on IiU made It it national park lust summer beti enlarged. Even with nn Increase oifort to prevent tho rovletunlllng of fi o'clock In the morning, bieakfast tho voleamt btoko into eruption, and the English armies operating In Asia at 7, inspection at 8 uud thou a round way to Rome expressed the couvlo-itIoatlt- ot many times In patronage, there i I peace will come beJore .Iho will bo noseuso of crowding iu the' thu region Is still actively disturbed. and tho Allied army at Salotilkl, a of duties, concluding with taps at 10 snow flies again. parks 400 tquaro miles of valley uud Lassen Peuk Is iu northern Calino loss than twenty submarines are For Infants nnd Children p. in. "Tho world war lius unml3tu!i-ubl- y tiioutitalu fastness. fornia. It lu one ot tho celehrealtd now btuUoucd between tho southern Years peaks ot (ho Cascade Range, which During tho winter Cougrojs has In Use For Over reached Its last phase,'' the coast of Sardinia and the eastern Hour Stiimaeli. Is not able in Urged thu boundaries of thu Rocky Alwuya beam diplomat said. "Russia Include Mount Barber, Mount Hood, Aegean. the This Is a mild form of Indigestion. struggle and will Mountain Nutlona Park by lidding Signature of Mount HluiHln, uud what was ou?o Mall Hunts Uiimole.-.fed- . It Is usually brought on by eating I to continue the j Mount conclude a separate peaco, 'f the .more than 40 Bijuarn miles of stew Mtminia but Is now Crater While an AiiHtr.tiu submarine too rapidly or too much, or of food to cliAUKe their war, l4pon tho Estos Park aide. Tho Twin volcau- i Lake. Is ready to sink itiiyUiliit; not Iiw of tho suited to your digestive organs. Allies refuse Cyclone Freak. trom an outgoing emigrant steamer, If you will eat slowly, masticate your aims. Tho diminution or the Russ- Sides and Gum Lake tire now Hi the of thls nuiK0 aru exttnct H a Tho oyclono lust week played geological sense of thu word; sovoral national park. with Cornell ami children on iihard,' food thoroughly, cat but little meat ian glanV will chnugu the ctilin- some (meet- - ireuks. After blowing of ,, UIV0 to a lied Cross hospital ship, yet one and none at nil for 'supper, you will rtuj, pu lholr i,es down their homo, Mr. mid Mrs. Her- - w,oro Hllow ,lieHs ,. ,mvo ,lot Hlirjngs Bad News For Wllhclm. "With Russia out of tho fight It steamer ho will never Fink and that more thnu likely uvold " tho sour This will bo ilUmiil uuws for tho bort Cruteber nnd one of tholr boiih, , Ulolr Ms very doubtful that France and lu the mail boat pl lug between the m.8hborl.oods; Lasaou I'ealc stomach without tukiugany medicine (lis brother-in-laaud wero picked up mid dropped Into Is the only ono actually aetlvo within Kaiser. The ; j Italy can be kopt in line. continent ami Sardinia, whatever. When you have 'sour Mrs. Cruteber wheu history, of those two countries aro obedient servant cbaued from the their garden. Vutlous reasons have been ollered ftniimcli tako one of Chamberlulu'i m to explain this tact. One U that, as Tablets to aid digestion. anxious 'enough' to continue, as they throne, a country that has materlully round wus lying wttn ncr head upon ui Atnerlcnu dealers In tho lust three Sardinia is the concentration camp, aro uompleicly under the domination Uided in tho' exeeullon'of his doslgu her husbuiid'H breast. Two of tho -of Englund. but the peopliv do' not gone over altogether to the enemy, children, after tho cyrlono iu re- - mouths have purchased most of tho for the Austrian civilian population j Prlce-fjanjL jinbtJior wluter.of war,, if tho another foe, probably .b(.;f)n to bo In moved the lloor ot their homo from jjoatsklus iu Adon, Arabia. that preferred to be Interned Instead t its ruMudiitlon uud dropped It some have Increased from JG.G0 to $12. 3S FOR FLETCHER'S . of returning to Austria, the Austrian terrlblo slaughter can bo emltil tjulck-l- y tlio field and'tit a'diiiifjorous point. dUUncu from Dim foundation were a score. .Admiralty us Itiwtrucled thu sub- on the basis ot tho new Russian Now York Times. f , a, y, U-BO- RAIDER'S rec-pul- !VKi NOTICE! BUY YOUR - Ve-xv- N I STRAW HAT FROM s, to-da- y: i Hwb Clothing Co. $ HARTFORD, KY. j i ( "no-work- anti-aircra- ft - I anti-aircra- ft half-dresse- trout-haunte- d I s -; Pep-inier- e e-- i i o aih j J Can-rema- in to-da- . I.-- well-cooke- panic-stticke- j nt y. , , , . CASTOR 30 A Z&$tfte&t com-inaud- ,,, Ice-nlut- tliu-i-Uo- I Children'. O.ry CAS T.O R A 'HOLLAND QUEEN'S SPOUSE PRISONER W CJHItMAX CONSOHT thn young alrmnii's bravery, hut after bringing down the fortieth, ho wrote: "I am getting tired of living to kill I begin to feel Ilka n murderer, but t feel that God is Inking caro of me." FISCAL COURT owned there. Pearl fishing Is also rwirrn V MAGISTK.Ti:S KAIHK III Til INiiKrAnL AT LATH HUSSION "HICK JiAIIOIt. - utrnrmr important. Hut tho principal nttrao-',lon '' t,lc mnBneslte deposits, which nre now controlled by J. I. Mather, of Philadelphia, nnd other Americans I l tW DUTCH Hits ii Good MISTIMES r.i"nvi:. VlltTI'Alj V.U '( Opinion of . Tablets. tinmlie,! Iain's Tablets 1 ClinnibtT-l.i'- n , who won out In the contest with tho German Interests. it Cortrtm 15 Fluid Vwm ASTORIA For Infants and Children. ; NOTICK. nro n bent iliem," vnl"s V. II. Trew, Icicniuond, ly. When troitble'l vtil. London, Juno 10. The liulmiul At the last teim of the Ohio Countinl'biptloii or iclM patloiugito thti'i of tli Quoon of Holland la ty Fiscal Couit, which convened in a t..il. m virtually u prisoner of war. Haitfoid, on Wednesday, June 0, IIIr captors uru IiIh wife's own 1917, all tho Justices' being piescnt czah nmiGGKD, '' Jo',n II' V,'"son Jui!bu presiding, SAYH KIVCK Wll.li, Alt IiIh actions arc under mirvulll-nncme louowing lcsoiuiiou was unaniMany nrtH of his wlfo's Copuhagcn, Juno 1(1. Dramutic mously adopted as the older of the kliiRdoni are Imrrcd against him. couit: All this la liecatiso the prlnro con-- , revelations concerning tho events in Whcicas, prices for labor, matc-lia- ls IliiKHla linnied lately before tho revofiort, who Is n Ucriunn, violated Dufh nnd piovisions have greatly adnro contained In an Interview n lution neutrality liy HinuRglliiK three twelve months, with I'rluco YusupofT, at whose home vanced within the last army olllcura out of liitcrnniunt to and because jt is 'camps hack to their native laud. In I'etrngrnd 'tho noiorlous monk, as far as we possibly can with Rasputin, was iikwihsIiiuU'iI. Including their Tlio Hollanders, llmitr-i- l means in the bottciincnt I'rluco Yusupotf says that an Im- our Queen, fear he will try it aga'n. portant part was played In the Im- of the loads of the county, and in or- WOMAN THUG NI'W Tho princo consort, linforo his discontin"a der to prevent the probable OHIO WAH 1'KOMJCT was Duke Helurlch Vladimir perial couit by Dr. lladmnlcv, great charlatan, a doctor from the uance of several rural fiec delivery of Mecklenburg-HrliwcriAlbert Krnest, county becauso of Mongol tribo of Hurints, who claims' mail i elites in this Cleveland, Ohio. Juno 10. Is war impassible condition of to havo learned the mysteries of the almost taklng'nway the thugs? Must women The Queen met him first white 'in some; of thp loads, and also to make n visit to tho Kalbcr's palaco at I'olb-iln- medicine In Tibet," and he declares unnecessary, as far as can, indict- do their work? Police hero think "with certitude" that Nicholas' II The Kaiser aspired to sew his ments and prosecutions for willful so, after arresting four women in an prehoconl son married to the Dutch was drugged by various potions neglect, failure or lefusnl of over- alley who had lured a nialo victim pared by this man, nnd that Rasputin Queen. seers and load hands 'to pcrfoim luto the dark, where they beat him also ptayed a part In tho affair. and took his money. Nation Is Kuilmun.sved. "The Czar," ho adds, "was latterly their duties with reference to road Tho prluco consort's Germanic king, and finally for the gcneial hair-maand his will no loiiKer ex- woi For Business. xympathlea havo been niautfcsted isted. For nil affairs of State lie took convenience and benefit of the people Medicus has a patient who is very many times since war began. of Ohio county in the use and enjoyThe smuggling out of the German counsel exclusively with tho' Empress, ment of good public loads to which nervous and inclined to exnggcrato who led him toward but olllcers was the final act, compromisthe people arc entitled and which we tho Importance of chance remtrks. ing tho Dutch nation to n point that Undinnjev acted with such precaurelieve can be had if everybody will Ho reports that ho had attended this tions as to leave no trace. lady (did we mention that she was required drastic action. do all of his duty all the time. "At court thero was a veritable Ucllahlo reports dcscrlho the Resolved that it is the judgment of a lady) for a minor trouble and for smuggling as highly dramatic. The nightmare. If the revolution had this court that the price of $2.00 a only a few days when one day he e were flHirco olllcers friends not broken out from below It would day should bo paid for the use of found her In tears. Vf tho consort. "What's the trouble?" asked MediWithout violating have como from above, for It was teams on load for plowing or scrapDutch neutrally they could not leave evident that tho Statu was goerned ing, und this sum should be paid to cus. "I think I am going to die," reHolland. They appealed to their old by n handful of men." those wh'o have ahcady woikcd their friend, the prluco consort. Ho promteams during tho year 1917 and to sponded the patient. Whooping Cough. "Where did you get that idea?" ised help. who may heicafter furnish In this disease It is Important that those ,$T "Well, Mr. Blank was in to call mo at midnight tonight," ;.Meet teams duiing this year rfnd that this lie told them, naming a secluded the cough be kept loose and expec- Older be given gcneial publicity last night with his wife.- - And when npot. Tlicro they wcro met by the toration easy, which can be douo by throughout the entire county for tfie thcyTcft ho said that ho hoped the giving Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. prluco In his closed automobile. purpose of advising load overseers next time he saw me I'd bo all Quickly the four sped toward the Mrs. I. II. Martin, Peru, Iud., writes, and load hands of this action of the sraightcned out." "Well?" border, lights low and full power on. "My two daughters had whooping court anil for the 'further puiposc of "Well? Why, Mr. Dlank Is nn un"Halt!" .cried a Dutch sentry as cough. I gave them Chamburlnin'a assuring them of the couiVs willingCough Ilcmcdy and It worked lllco a ,. the border was ncarcd. ness to do all within its power con- dertaker." ni The princo consort was nil Indig- charhi." sistent with its financial lesources nation. and with the proper and economic "Who nro you to stop me!" he management of the county's fiscal af- CARS WILL RUN GEN. CHANG IISUN IS crlci in passlnnato Indignation. faire to bring about and promote bet"I am your superior olllcer and ter syste mand condition of public ON FIVE LEVELS back Stand tho prluco consort! DICTATOR IN CHINA loads in Ohio county, and that the quickly or it will bo worse for you! County Attorney distiibutc and circuI am on your Queen's business." late notices and other information of GOTHAM'S TRANSIT SYSTK51 Allows Auto To Pass. this action of the couit and assist in KQL'ALS SKYSCHAPKK IN sentry was nil apology. Ho I'ltKHIIiK.VP M YL'AN HUNG IS ecvry practicable way in promoting! Tho IIKIGHT. MOKK THAN 1ATTI.K saw none In tho car but tho princo anil bringing about the purposes and consort--Ho,,feaI'lGUUKIIKAlK to halt tho royal kti'Jl results sought by this action. m eUlPUKU lunyer, iiuu uuuniu u iv All of whiah is now oidercd. New York, Juno . 1C. Twelvepass. In obedience to tho duty imposed f Peking, Juno 1G. Gen. Chang upon be my the above order, I have tracks on flvo different levels and Quickly tlien tho big machine sped over tho border, discharged Its threo Ilsun now IsMlletator, President LI caused these hand bills to be publish- half of them underground on three Yuan Hung being llttlo more than a ed and have sent them to ovciy sec- different levels, Is the transit marvel Oerman olllcers nml sped home. Not for somo dnys was tho secret ugurciicnu.. Tlio insurgents are tion of tho countv. I ask that they now Hearing completion at Borough calling n convention at Tien Tien for be posted in conspicuous places and Hall, Brooklyn. learned. Tho wholo complicated structure Then Franco and Ilrltlnn wero tho purposo of forming a Provisional given all possible publicity. aroused and made protest to tho Government headed by the dictator, There is only n five cent to the One amounts to a skyscraper seven stories "Something who Is expected to act as President llundied Dollars load tax paid in this In height, but buried in the earth exHolland government. must bo done, and this must not hap- and Premier. county, and that all goes to the State cept the'top third or so. Over tho street rumble the four pen again." Holland's position was Gen. Chang Hsuu's motives are Road Department. This county, theredelicate. Tho protests wcro diplom- obscure, hut It Is believed ho is at- fore, "under the present condition is tracks of tho Brooklyn elevated. On atically worded, but they wero stem. tempting to obtain from the former compelled to lei yupon the people to the street level are two busy trolley tracks on an immense wagon and So tho prluco consort has been leaders of tho Manchu dynasty an woik tho roads. It will agreement for restoration of the em and assist in every way it can. The motorcar traffic. practically deprived of his liberty. Beneath tho street is tho usual Queen Wllhelmlna Is as Uetrmined pire. Ho has urged the President to county is to build all bridges 20 feet as any Uiero shall bo no moro such form a Cabinet as soon as possible, and over in length and is to furnish mazo ot water, electric, gas, and sower conduits, and right operations in her coun- suggesting that a Provisional Council all material and pay for thee haulinr try. similar to that In Russia ho estab necessary for the construction of below will pass tho swift Manhattan-bLong ago It was Yeported tho lished and that n declaration of war, budges under 20 fee. It will buy ound .trains of tho new Inter-bor- o lines. The track of this new queen and her husband wero not get- against Germany ho then made. such stri3 of land as are needed foi Southern leaders who nro congre- right of way where land can be Hue for trains going in tho opposite ting along woll together, and it wits oven said the German husband had gating In Canton nssert tho President bought at a reasonable price in order direction is on the next lower level, slgued-th- o mandate for dissolution of lo put the loadjon better ground. It nnd partly under tho Manhattan-boun- d slapped 111. roynl wtfo. " Maybo, tho comment runs', the Parliament under pressure. They say will do anything else it can do that is line; while just to tho north queen Minis It pleasant, to havo such they will light for maintenance of .authorized by law' within its. means. on this second, underground level ;uod oxcuso for giving n twist to I ho constitutional rights. Howc"ver a recent decision of tho are the two tracks ot the "old sub itirbulont Germnn temper that was Court of Appeals makes it necessary way. Carving Out Tubes. back of that blow long ago. for Ohio county to pay olf as quickly o- -t Finally, seventy feet below tho suras possible a very large part of its indebtedness in order that it may face, hundreds of workmen nro carvkeep its expenses and indebtedness ing out tho two tubes of a new FOR FLETCHER'S within the amount of its annual in- Brooklyn Rapid Transit Company I come. Tho peace, good ortIcr,"scoii-rentenc- o lino. All tho undorgrouud lines pass and welfare of Ohio county HATTIjKS, AVIATOK and its people, requires that thcie be right under tho greatest harbor hi CIjAD IN 1U.IAMAS Childless a spirit of between th tho world to Manhattan, whllo tho county, its officials and its people in elevated trains and surfaco cars are Nottingham, Kng., Juno 10. Tho " bringing about a better condition of carried to tho island over tho old luto Capt. Albert Hall, ono of tho tho county roads. If wo will all do Brooklyn Bridge. of youngest and most successful Tho engineering difllcultics of tho Amomr tho virtues of Lydia E, our whole, duty fiom noy on wo will received by llrltlsli lllors, In letters Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is the- oon havo better roads everywhere. Borough Hall construction are his father, former Mayor of Nottingauiuiy to correct, Bieriucy in ma becauso tho formation is soft ham, Just before tho aviator's death, enses of many women. 'This fact is It is hoped that this may bo done. sand and silt instead-- of tho rock well established as evidenced by the Juno 9, 1917. told liow ho went up to fight in tho following letter and hundreds of others found on most ot Manhattan Island. A. D. KIRK, nothing but his pajamas on. we have published in these colums. ulr will Important high buildings are nearby, County Attorney Ohio County. Poplar Uluflf, Mo. "I want other "On a few occasions," ho wrote, which must bo carefully protected to put my clothes women to know what a blessing Lydia "I haven't bad tlmo from caving in. " t:.,i,v,.,,i a v uku- - GKHMANS si:i:k men L4, l iiwuuiu i on, and l'vo gono up In my pajamas. Tlio man directing tho work Is, tablu Compound has PIUZK NEAR PANAMA I can tell you, but, I was Jolly cold, been to me." Wo Michael L. Qulnn, who started railunfortunately, 1 can't pretend I havo had always wanted Now York, Juno 17. Americans road construction carrying a water a baby in our homo over brought down n lot of Huns you but I was In poor financially interested In tho Island of bucket nt the ago of 14 years. havo to bo patient, nnd practically health and not ablo Margarita, off Hio coast of Venezuela, llvo In tho nlr. Sometimes you niako to do my work. My today confirmed tho recent report Had Cough? Feverish? Grlppy? get mother and husten flights In ..ono day and never You need Dr. King's Now Discovery band both urged mo that Germany was Becking a concessn Blnglo light." to try Lydia E. for a submarine to stop that cold, tho soothing bal 's ion there, probably ft Hall also told of a fight with Vegetable baBO. Tho story was oulclally denied sam Ingredients heal tho irritated formidable opponent when neither I did Compound. In Berlin, but this denial Is charac- membranes, sootho tho sore throat,' bo. mv health fm- could get an udvantago on tho other: tho antiseptic qualities kill the germ llrlng until our ammu- Jiroved and I am now tho mother of a terized hero as "diplomatic." "Wo ltcpt on girl nnd do all my own houso negotiations and your cold Is quickly relieved. Dr. In fact, Germany's nition was gouo," ho said" ."and work."-M- rs. Allia B. Timmons, 210 for tho island started before tho King's New Discovery has for 48 when wo could not lira uny more wo Almond St., Poplar Dluff, Mo. years been tho standard remedy for togother In many other homes, once childless, war and wcro referred to In a letter coughs burst out lauKliiiie nnd How by tho American Consul at and colds In thousands of a llttlo distance. IM there are no v.' children becauso of tlio written Bldo by stdo for ond have llolcko. fact that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetablo La Guayra, Venezuela, January "29, homes. Got a bottlo y was a real sporting Hun Ilk Compound makes women normal, 1914. It handy In your medicine chest for sorry If I had healthy and strong I should havo been Tho Island of Margarita has 70,000 cougli8t colds, croup, grippe nml, all' havo Write to tho Lydln E. Pinkham Medl-cin- e killed him und I think ho would Seventy per cent of bronchial affections. At your drug- -' Co., Lynn, Macs., for ndvico it population. had killed me," been sorry If "Q coa8twiso shipping of "Venezuela Is gist, ouc. to will be confidential und helpful. Forty-tw- o Germans fell victims y sub-Jcct- Lit onier. no"t: hold anything fiat lost o. (3er-mn- our-dcsi- ic Wo again call the attention of our renders to the fift that The Republican villi publish no communications unless signed by the author. Icv weeks pass that niumynioiis articles nre not received mid It Is not our desire to hurl newsy Items Into tlio waste lmjket. This anonymous rule is stated each week at the head of the editorial column and must bo adhered to. Requests that names he omitted from print ro complied with, but the manuscript must bear the writers' signature. TIIK ED1TOK. Sftsnw .J.!?i IT u, - i'V Mothers Know That Genube Castoria Always Bears the 1 . h , S'O ft rntinr.-- n PER GEST. AVcfielablclYcpaMiionurAsx - similnWnlhcIood by Rc(Julallnd IhcStomachsnca awcw. - ENPIffHfjlyTi iiiun. 'UhcrcbyIYomoUn$Di$cston ncithprnnlum.Morphlncnor Signature J Y. r $ n Mineral. M'fKmamM Jhv&tlt toUt Not NAncoTlC; mar-rlag- o, JnlstSrff Ji'tnt Sid n. A IOitnfnr1imr .IV For 'IS USSR a kntnriiincmedyfcr Constipnllonand Diarrhoea. . ewnrkhncss ana ulUnhcrcfrmnjHWi"1 Use inunp Sleep l'o tea ee. isitui r V.-- racSimlcSinatcrcof ' the-abyn- s; 0 o-- a, i i 1 XlIE CCNTAVn COMPANV. '7,S. NEWWs: Over. JThirty Years CASTO! Exact Copy of Wrapper. THCCCNTAUft COMPANY, NCW YOHH CITT, old-tim- BBS S.tarck Pianos No Money inAdvonce Satinfnc (ion Gnar LowestNet antood Fa ot )py Prices S20O Torms Saving of SlOO io From tory Direct A 11 E;TC$tnmnfftalff crcfyo. VCfiX j 's" P. A. STARCK PRCSIDCNT Fc rcd Wo will slilp you a beautiful Stnrck Plaiio for 30 days' frco trial, In your homo. No cash payment required. All we ask is that you will play upon, uso and test this piano for 30 days. If, at (he end of that time, you do not find it the highest grade, sweetest toned and finest piano In every way, that you have ever seen for tire money, you aro at perfeoN liberty to send It back, and we will. In that event, pay ine ircigni ooin ways, x w siarcK 1'inno must maito goou wun you, or mere is no saic. -i hlp dirrtt to you from our factory, t prices thattaicjou upwards ot $150.00 ic J.o cost ol your piano. We to (urnlali jou a better plana for the inoncv tlian you ran secure clnhere. You arcsMiircil of ricphing a satisfactory suctt tonc-- durable high graile MTe ou nRVC ifHi Offl EDGE TI1A1 rnce mini, You pay no cash down, gLJ IH YOURf ownkome Save $150.00 or More Easy Payments piano. , est, easiest terms ever suggested by a piano manufacturer. These terms are arranged to suit your convenience, and it 13 possible tor you to buy a piano for your home, without mis!g the money. . . Starck rhycr-Piano-- i tx the best and mot beautiful Plver Platra on ths market. iuu win dc ,& ltRhted nlth the many exclusive features of these wonderful instruments, and vrlll be pleased with the very low prices at which they can be secured. Q ot trial, )ou can begin payment on the but alter 80 days low- Every Starck Tiano 1 cuaranffcd for 25 yrara. Thli iriarantcs hil back ol it our 35 years of plane experience, and the reputation of an reKinsille piano bouse. OR.Veap Runfunloa .t..vfc tele-pho- 50 Free Music Lessens To every purchaser of Rtarck Piano, ivc give free music lessons, in one of the belt Known Kliools in a large mraiber ot ellghtly used pianos oi au and eccoiiu-uanstandard makes Uken In for new Starck Pianos The follow and l'larer-l'larjoj Ins are a few sample bargains : 2nd- - Hand Bargains "Ve havo constantly on hand PlayirPian$ J pro-Germ- weoer Steinway Starck Chickering Kimball 92.00 90.03 95.00 195.00 bargain list. iiu.uu Piano Book Free Send today for our new beautifully illustrated plans book which gives you a large amount ot information regarding pianos. This book will Interest and please you. Write today. Chicago. These you can take In your own home, by mail. This represents one year's free instruction. Send for our latest complete Second-han- P. ASTARCK PIANO CO., 1313 Slnrok Bid,;., CHICAGO Children Cry CASTO R A MOTHERHOOD You Can You WOMAN'S JOY Be Whatever !. Suggestions to Women. Want To Be " - You can bo a success, and a big success, if you have """ AMBITION, ERERGY, NERVE. The road to success is easy if 'ou are properly prepared. A Business Education is the chief requisite for preparedness. The big men of today almost without exception aro the men who prepared yesterday. We prepare you for the position that are waiting for iho prepared man or woman. School ''a session the entire year. Pupils may enter at any time and receive proper classification. Pink-ham- I I Mill Business l hi I (Incorporated) I OWENSBORO, KY. P I I s' trip the noon from tholr t tho visitors dined quietly i placed nl thulr disposal. To l home c. and back to Owensboro. CIVITTD Till? llflll morrow they will pay their rpeols , J I I ML IT All Tho starting point will bo In front KntriKl nrcnMIn to law nt lb rontottlcf with l to Secretary Lansing and UrtljrJ, Ky., a nihil maltr of the Mcond of tbe court house on Tlilrd and St. il him to tho Wliltu Houso lo be rertaM, will Ann streets, where each rider lb by President Wilson and to check out one minute apart, tlioJlrstro(.NT.v SHOULD .JOIN' ALLIES, ceived lb prevent a message from the now IT. Si TIXSI.KV, Editor & Hm. Mf?r. one leaving at s:3U, nnu is ouo nil u.t uvil-tax? c in Ru'slitn Government. Whitesvillo at 10:18, Fordstrlllo at NEWSPAPER. Ih convey the to Lieut. (Jen. Hoop will , Address all communications ? I at Dundee at 11:24, Hartford 'greeting of tin UuK.'Isn rmy to ft Republican. hh flie Hartford at 12:06, nndydue to leave Hartfortl ( Secretary of W.ir HaVor. i nt 1:06, arriving nt Llvermoro at Mexico City, June 10. ElTJnlvcr-- ' 4? NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS 2:0C, Calhoun at 2:33, and back at sal, which Is probably tho most prom- -' WOMAN'S CLl'R. it iiLerltfT UflrluB Hi t'niwrwnt t n n'" j Owensboro at 3:39. At each ono of &--! ti ....... tn rtrlni W II I llA Incnt newspaper in Mexico, will print mut kItb "' '1' l"''lrw' '" '""""'tf "t "i!rra mo auoe ioiis l(omorrow statements from twenty- - MomIiuiiph Glenn ami tteuu lloslev riqnwt. riding time recorded. a . ..... it, ,.,.... , U of MptImi. , . ,,., i.'..,-..- .r . w nslaf f.ofil nnl Nntli I iv lloe nml Sc checked and his ,..w H"VV lirAmif rivinn.i and tho rider making the most per- advocating soveranco by Mexico of reper line for m li n.l.UMoniil i hriI Curd ol Thinlm.tc fect score will be awarded a handOMtuiirliH, Hmrilatlon I lations with Germany and asserting Tho Woman's Club was entertainUna, moinr In Hilnnir. some engraved medal and the rider that Mexico's place In tho war is on Mrs. rvlii- - tri. but othor fur Church .Vntl? ed Saturday afternoon . by 4i i having the worst luck on the run will Sr ir linn. itr?rllmnt the side of the Entente Allies. James S. Glenn anil Mrs Ira I). Ilean inunyiiiuua lOiiimiiiil. ntlon will iwlfe no be presented a medal also. Tho headlines of tho article In at the homo of Mrs. Glenn In honor tuntlon The rider will have dinner In Hart- which the statements aro Incorporat- ? .a of Mrs. II. E. Hrown, who will leave c ford, and the enduranco run is open ed say It Is to tho Interest of Mexico this summer for Hiirrlsburg, Ark., to 01 re. for all makes of motorcycles. i. 'to sever roTatlons with Germany, and make her future home. ...- Sim-carlaii.i.23 Henry Pardon, the local Indian . CO ' 2 AVJS.al ex- ideals of that the it was the last meeting of (he Club motorcycle agent, will ride the route Mexico must incline her to tho side for uie summer and the annual elec- on Wednesday to learn the road of tho Allies rather than toward tlon of officers took place The subr, KRIRAV thoroughly and make arrangements absorption jCct of the program fur the after- ideals of at eacli town to liavo the boys' time and militarism, as expressed by Ger- - ,,()0n was "American Artists." recorded as they pass through. bemany. , Can anyone tell us what has After tho program the members endurance The last motorcycle Tho article says the opinions print- - W(Mt, invited In the illningroom and ' come o,f Col. William Jennings Bry-an- ? course was held over this i ed are tiioso of some men who think .were seated nt a long table which was Excuse me, but I forgot that race ran i in July, 1915, and was enJoed very ? in Mexico and for Mexico, and that it decorated with sweet peas. this is the Chautauqua season. C -- 4 Ul -11' people living on or near much by the Is the consensus of opinion of these J" ,u elaborate two course lunch was ( UlCbdCU U1IU motorcycles will travel, ..,. t can not. maintain nipn that .. There is ono citizen in the United the road the cross-roa- d . ..I iivu, Tii.. i.nwl.li.iii nr tun cliili . '..... were every there neutrality, but must sever relations jirg, j, u. Pirtle, presided jnd In a JS States who answers to the name "Ted- as at -& people awaiting to dy" who can fold his arms upon his largo crowds of with Germany in order to rcamln true charming way called upon Mrs. lien pass, and they cheered seo the riders to the ideals for which the country ry Carson, who responded witn an chest and exclaim, "He still keeps me i each rider as he passed. out of war." hns struggled during the last six original poem which was a lltting The following riders have agreed H. tribute to Mrs. Itrown. Mrs. John Sl Henry F. Pardon, lnuian; "With every available cold storage to enter: t The statements in general show Wilson next responded. "The Work W. Anient, Indian; D. G. Hines, 1 Jn New York running over, things to J. close unanimity of opinion. Some of and Aims of tho Woman's Club,-- ' and C. Miller, Indian; Oliver I them go so far as to say that In order wished Mrs Brown success in her cat can hardly be purchased. Cold Indian; H. storage plants should be emptied and Pardon, Indian; Orlen Hlte, Indian;s, to uphold tho ideals of Justice which uW home. i ? Everett Miller, Indian; Frank Bark-hau- actuate Mexico the country should ! tho penitentiaries filled. jir8. Brown in a few well chosen Indian; Herman Spurrier, In- immediately declare war on Germany, and H words expressed her pleasure Arthur Lee Hay, ! Others assert that German Intrigues appreciation of the delightful enter-- ' If 4 9 subscribers could, have seen dian; Bryant Crislcr, Indian. M way clear. to come across witn In Mexico offer .ample reasons for talnment. their I severing diplomatic relations, adding that one spot they owe, and one othjrs, j. xey Foster, Elaine, Ark., I l Germany is endeavoring to pro- - was a guest. er could have paid up for 9 months, WANT CAMP XAMKI) FOR that GEORGE ROGERS CI.AKK voke trouble between Mexico and the possesis nc'tMiicf.s to say wo can please vou. it v.c .tould perhaps now be the members present were: Mes- -' f) i sor of ono of those $50 Liberty Loan i United States. It is asserted in some ,i.,,a it w ttriiwn. .1 it. Pirtle, I Wo seldom, if ever, fail. c Keep in mind The Kentucky Society of the Sot.s,of je statcments that Germany can Henry Carson, Houan Holbrook. J. f Bonds. "But they didn't and we that early purchases along every lino off- of th- - American Revolution have i ain't" so what's the use? n0t l((.C(,lv Mexico by offers of money H Wilson T. L. Grililn. W H. ? , unJ rnd ,oanS( nor by ,.,e pfos. uhoade3( u w NnpU.r Vlr(. Klf.U. ered to donate an ambulance to the means a saving. Duplicates of original c A soldier hasn't any chance what- Red Crow, and have sent the follow- pecl of reC0TerIng portions of Inns jlisses Margaret Nail. Mollie Duncan. purchases are quoted much higher, and c any sort of inn Ifttpr to Secretary of War Now Nev. Mexico and Arizona, lost in Lettlo Marks. ever to buy a drink of 0 we are selling you on this hiibis of the intoxicant, yet with a 160.00 tax per ton P. Baker, suggesting that the IS-texcept arniy encampment at Louisville be Xotlco Candidate. each 100 pounds of anything Mexico, say still others of tho purchase price. Huy early and keep tho r Candidates for tho various nomlna- water, going into the makeup of all named in honcr of Gen. George Rog statements, can not lend herself or b diil'urence in your pocket. ers ( larit: Corrupt Prac- of stimulating beverages, the iller territory to be the headquarters tions nitibt, under tho c army cantonment near Louis- - of a German spy system, the object tices Act, keep an account of their "The average Kentucky Colonel would be i Just about as well off two or three vllle lies near Mulberry Hill, the . ...hIch Is to ,;.ork as t0 iay Mexico expenses while seeking to be their J former home of Gen. George Rogers an(1 other years hence if he were a soldier. States Party's nominee and (He a complete 41 I Clark, the conqueror or tlie .Norm- - nnpn .. nm,irniinlL,nt an,i GSnoclullv rettort thereof with tho Clerk of tho ZX At the present writing the situa- west territory in 177S. Our Govern- involve Mexico with the United County Court 15 days before the j 0 (Primary Election, which happens to, 40 tion in Russia appears to be better ment lias never erected a monument States and Guatemala. ' Among those from whoso state- - be on July 20th. A nomination with- than at any lme since Nicholas was to commemorate hl3 great achieve- v dethroned. The appointment of that ment, and the Board of Managers of ment, are printed are Rafael Cabrera, out this statement is not worth a I i.1 -. .. Kentucky Society of the Sons of Governor of Puebla and brother of penny wily statesman and diplomat, Elihu the shall breathe more cnslly. At pres-Hoot upon that commission to Russia, the American Revolution In session Mils Cabrera, Minister of Finance, PEOPLE our policy and the practical deDavlies, former Congress-n..iby, the administration, has perhaps today wish to suggest that the can- Marr-elinTO HAVE ISItAXeif HERE tails of our buying are rendered more done more for the Allies than any tonment be named in honor of that Luis Castillo Led on, director of PROBLEirWlTO U. S. d.flicult. more complex, by tho uncerotjier single, like stroke for quite a great man, especially since next Feb- fie National Museum, and Arnulfo Tho following article appeared In tainty regarding tho future. long time. Mr. Hoot is beyond doubt ruary will be the centennial annl- Hominguez Bclio, director of tho tho Hci.tld this week and upon re"My experience In America before one of tho greatest, if not tho great-- , versary National Arts Museum, quest of borne of those connected witli "Yours verytruly, and since the war have given me nn est diplomat in America. We may be tho concern we roproduco the same AM Sl'RE PEOPLE WILL NOT "LET uuiwual opportunity of appreciating "FRANK M. THOMAS, President. AMU AT VALLEV FORGE presuming entirely too much, for -- Louislvlle Herald. PRESENTED TO STATE in tills Issue. IS DOWN" SAYS ItltlTISH Root, but if reports are to the vnstness of her resources. K' Just as soon as suHlcInt amount these are organized to their full cabe at all relied upon, we know that CONTROLLER. Valloy Forge, Pa., June 20. Mark- - of stock is subscribed by tlie farmers pacity I am confident tho German whereas the outlook in Russia 'was DEATH OF MRS. LUCV S. CROWE. 'ins tlie site of the encampment of of Ohio County, the American hope of starving tho Allies or or altogether hopeless, now it is hope' Association, which is tho buscausing civilians unrest by tho scarcAfter an illness of more than Washington and his army during the ful. Hut in Russia, by the time this London, Juno ly. "In this war, ity of food or high prices Is a memorial arch, iness end of the American Society of is Inked, soirfethlng else may hap- three months, Mrs. Lucy S. Crowe 'winter of 1777-doomed 'for which Congress appropriated Equity, will establish a branch houso and especially at this stage, food to failure. pen. passed away at 12:45 o'clock She leaves a sister, Mrs. E. W. Hugh-- ; $123,000, was presented to tho Stato here in Hartford with Mr. S. L. King power Is "We are .doing what we can 'off with man power," y by Champ Clark. Speaker of as manager. es, of West Second Street, at whose homo said Lord Rhondda, the new food our own hat' by Increasing SCRAPS OX PAPER. ' Only farmers will bo solicited for on be- production and decreasing consump Scraps and arguments between homo she died, and a brother. Robert the House of Representatives, controller, in an interview ttvday tion, 'half of tho Government. More than members, as the object of the Asso "Tin. nrnLlnii. but in tho main the solution of newspapers, such as these issued in C. Smith, of OratiKO. California. elation is to save its members the "" ' '" ..f r..nt 11.1... 1..1. ."'" jlho primary problem or supply His "' u,lrtl '" She was the daughter of. Rev. "WIN a hundred Senators and this place, over matters of very llton everything primarily depends upon the supply, ' In tho hands of our Amerlcnn Allies, O. and Mary Wallace Smith and men who came hero by special train niiddemlan's profit i!n ItnnnrfailPft tn tho ironprnl milHf February 0, 1844, at Ow- - from Washington, attended the ex- - thcy,buy and sell, including machin- and in thu main the solution of the M a, s,re Ihey will not 'let us downl" wa5 a rule, obtain for the naners here-- ! ery, food supplies and in fact cvery- ,.. .!, ,t- - ensboro, Ky. She was educated at crcises. t,i i.iiii,ii problem of supply lies in America. 1.,,, n..i Gov. Brumbaugh accepted the arclufthing bought or sold on tho'farm. Owensboro and at tho Greenville In-- J I am sure they will not "let us I IIOAT TOLL LARGER verse' comment and criticism. What Asso Tho American 1110 Oii behalf or tho t'onimonweaitn, down." .our readers most desire is local and stltute, of Greenville, Ky. TIIAX PAST' SIX WEEKS ilr- - ciation headquarters aro in Wausau, In 1808 sho became tho wife of transfer being attended with tho .. Lord Rhondda took Over the . . "county items of Interest, interspersuy iiattery c, .a Wis., and It has branches In Chicago, duties of food controller today .fcv. George Condle Crowe, a Presby- - lng of a salute London, Juno 20. Twenty-seve- n mid ed witli as much of the leading late Tho III., St. Paul, Minn., CruwfordrNeh., this was his first interview tlonal Guard, of Pennsylvania. with llritisli ships or mofu than 1.G00 tons our limited terian minister and a native of Nova nows as we are, with Wash., 0v--- j as Sons of tho Revolution forced about Hooncville, Ind., Everett, liavo been sunk according to the ability, able to give, and to the aver- Scotia. Mr. Crowe was a teacher proposed members of tho American press. ability. the arch as a guard of honor; observ- ensboro, Ky., and tho 0110 The whole problem of tho nation's weekly British summary given out well as a minister, of much age editor, to my mind at least, there hero for Hartford, and owing to tho fdod supply years ho and Mrs. ing their annual celebration in primarily depends upon ' Five. British vessels under can be nothing more dlstastelul than For a number of with tho exercises. Patriotic enormous buying and selling power tho Mipply," ho continued, "and un- 1,(500 Ions also wero sent to tho botTenscrap over home Crowe taught In Kentucky and a country newspapor these In all exercises incident to tho presentation of all tho members less wo can lie absured of food buill-cie- tom. No llshiug vessels wero fool tiling that does not in tho least, nessee. together, tho Association is In were under tho auspices of the Val- - brandies to enablo this and the other After the death of Mr. Crowe offending interest patrons of the to take tho entire output of continued her work ley Forge Park Commission mid were enabled allied countries of Euiopo to carry sheets. Occasionally, there are somo 18'JC, Mrs. Crowo factories, urines, etc. Henry various on tho war to a successful concluonly by tho presided over by William The foregoing llgures of Hrltlsh who think their position invulnera- of teaching, Interrupted Every member lias ono vote, as sion It would ho nlmost suporlluous bhlpplug losses ns the result or Gerdevoted caro bho gave her mother in Sayen, president of tho commission, ble and attack proof from without, voto In this Association and not to nppolnt a The arch is an imposing structure men declining years. food controller. Tho many's suliniarluo wurfaro shows u . who just won't bo satisfied except tho Iatter's money. Tho stock Is fully paid up most perfect system For several years sho had been of marble. they aro digging some ono In the and nobody can and the most equitableof dlsrlbutlon larger number or vessels sunk than and regulation of In uny of tho six preceding weeks. Not thort ribs, or "nagging," and after teaching at Greenville, Tcnn., but two I 1 orter Iluuiey. buy over ?1,000 worth. Sluco organ- prices would ho years ago sho camo to Madison to a mere waste or since the seven-da- y period ending t,o much of that xtuf: Is borne a scrap tho A. C. A. lias paid 8 per time Mr' "u",:y.0t fc',,. '' . ization Dur- and erfotSTTiuless every meas-ur- o April 28 hns a greater number of It generally happens make her home with her sister. is started and on tho capital Invested. Is taken to keep up tho allied ships been destroyed. many 'at 111s nomo lusi iTiuuy iukhi. .hi-- cent, interest During that that both v.arriots rtlsh U had been lng that time she lias made to nn attack of Mr. Seymour Colin, who was at the food supply. u fine Intel Hunley succumbed weok llfty-on- o vessols thirty-eigliir itirifialnu not at all. Wo enter- friends. Possessed of oherwlse, or ......iiKii.nlii . iinitwl lttn1 or tuo crow 01 salesmen in uu . a.so a great reauer nn, i)cceasod ji nuiu:i 11111UI.L1U if j iiiVfUiiivji head "For this wo depend to a vital de- over and thirteen under 1,000 tons tain tho best wishes for every ono ect she was slrvlvC(l thrcc dauBhvloM C0UIIy wn0ro he raised nearly gree upon tho United States and wero sunk. Tho heaviest totals slnco In to wound tho feeland do not dosiro 30.000 for tho Owensboro Branch alld " B0' Mr?' Ethel Taylor 7 ,,d ) Courier. events.-Ma.i- iso,; Canuda. No ono recognizes that tho Teuton suhmarlno campaign was ings of uny. Wo hnvo our notion isvoiyn itun.cy ami tho last few weeks, Is hero In Hart- moro fully than I do. Xte-M- rs. Crowe once lived m MIbscs OlBannu lloforo Mr. opened in February last wero regis-- '' and ideals of honor and would esteem In churgo of the work of raising Hoover left for America I hod nn tercd in tho week ending April 21, Hartford and taught u private' ; Norl011 IlMn,0JP; services conducted by ford it beyond price, W we could Justly sufficient funds amonK tho farmers opportunity of After funeral iIIscuhsIiir with him when forty steamers of moro than ' merit tho honor and respect of those Rev. U. I). Bennett, agisted by Rev. of Ohio county to start tho Hartford the lessons ligjuul drawn from lili" 1,000 tons wero sunk """ and fifteen vch-so. . T. ... O 11 ln.. uiu Branch within tho very small circle in which I ilOggCSS, III Iiui.'tmuil mi .juiniiij, wonderful work In Belgium and hla of tho smaller tonnage wero sent , , r08t t move, both ai a country nows-pap- GOVERNMKXT LOOKING Owenswit Mr. L. N. Robertson, of wcro ,a,d ? plans as to allied food supply. to tho bottom. IXTO RECENT MARRIAGES and as an individual, at no boro, Ky., is tho ilcld manager of tho MQ Since tho mlddlo of April when tho "In accepting this olllce ono or Its tlmo dcBiriug to poso as a member organization work. few attractions perhaps Its only at- undersea btfut uctlvlty recorded Its Chicago, Juno 20. Tabulation of WELCOME TO RUSSfAX of that clabs known as "the holler i traction was tho knowledge thai hlghcbt toll, UOH British vessols, ,or, DIPLOMATIC MISSION' RAIDS OX BORDER TOWNS the names or all who liavo obtained than thou." ! President Wilson had asked a man of which 220 measured moro than l.Co THREATENED, Ifi REPORT r.mrrlago licenses hero since tho dec- Mr. Hoover's caliber, experlonco and tons, wero suuk, tho weekly total be by Washington, Juno 20. Washing- jwo'iourYci.K HxnntAXcn laratlon of war was begun understanding of tho Allies to tackle ing us follows: Over Under Brownsvlllo, Tex., June 19. Rl'X SL'XD.VV, JUNK i!l ugents of tho Federal Huieau of In- - ton opened Its nrniu to tho Russian 1,000 1.G00 vcbtlgutfou. Tho list will be used to dlplomntlo mission, headed by Am- rumors of another Impend- in America those problems which Ions. tons. Weok ending' y Tcxnsbor-do- r liavo nn iutlmato bearing day by du'y ing raid by Mexicans on Sunday, Juno 24, Is tho day set determine if tho recent murrlages uro basbador Doris BaUhmotieff, 1C 40 (owns caused two detachments upon the food situation in this coun- April 21 hy tho Owensboro Motorcycle club tho basis for claims err exemptions inwlth warmth and enthusiasm, 38 13 perfect confidence that April 28 dls-- j regulation records to bo try, I Greeted by Secretary Lansing and of tho Fourth Texas Infantry for Its big euduruiicu run. Tho 24 22 Congress and tho Muy C Five thousamrmarrlago tunco will bo 0:10 hundred miles over licenses other officials and escorted through dispatched to San Pedro Ranch, ton tho American r, 18 American people will respond to tho May 12 country, and tho' wero Issued the week of the dcclara- - 'stroots lined with cheering peoplo miles up. the Rio Grando River from rough and rugged 18 May 10 now bolug mudo to them. calls rato of speed tho motorcycle riders lion of war. Tho War Department 'and honking automobiles, tho mlbsloii horo, ns 11 precautionary movo. 1 18 "I hope I shall not bo misconstru- May 2G Military authorities huve declined given u woleome expresslo of will have to averago will he twenty has made known that recent inar-Jw.' lfi 3 Iriuges would recolvo llttlo consldera- - this country's response to tho mighty to give out any information, but It ed or thought impatient If I say that Juno 3 miles an hour. 10 22 was Intimated that nothing tho sooner your food administration Juno 10 Tho riders will leave Owensboro lion in determining claims for ex- - domocrntlc uphoaval of Russia, C 27 measures uro enacted tho sooner wo 'June 20 Having rsted during the after- - has jet occurcd. 0110 minute apart and will go through omptlou. Hartford Republican. rhiipot, whitcsvuic, FordsTiiic. nu-- , Mpy irnSHnill D dco, Hartford, Llvermoro , Calheun lTILAIUU ullUULU itaftftaftAftAAftAAAftAftftAi?i til til declare s Men's Hot Weather ' 10-51- . a iv Suits, Coats AND PANTS T --- inn-nln- 8 , I S'BLXrx-.mza- Latin-Americ- -- " Don't wail for "Old Sol to force S you into one our iigni, airy suits. You know from past perience he is going to make it g .hot for you. Make your selections now before stocks are broken and vou can certainlv be well J J CUllllUIlctiliy dlllrUU. J J Cool clothes of fix'hj every descrip- iiuii. riuiictiid in a vunciy ui n jjaticiiidt da vycii ta iuc YvaouuiJic Harley-Uavld-so- I Palm Beach. Men's and Boys' washable Pants in a nice range of patterns and prices. o 5 ' Latin-Americ- E. F. Barnes v? & ' n; solution of food lvv Henver Uum, vVV99?99999i J' Bro. nt S, y. to-da- I '" ...... ' nt ed. 'ncr ht -- V ! .,.. ,l.l.. er ,, la 1 to-du- y I as 1 -- TT" 1 s Dl 41 Millinery Specials Wc arc prepared to give you Hie newest in Millinery. If you Imve postponed getting your spring Iiat, we en u now give you new "SL'KGTALS" nt a very low price. mid-summer Our motto,, "NICVIOIl CARRY OVKR STOCK," now prevails, so you can visit our Millinery Department with the assurance that you will find what you want, at prices greatly reduced. x . Wash Goods The warm weather is sure to come, so while it is cool make that summer dress you will sure nco1 it. Our stock is very complete, with a large range of the latest novelties to select from, McCall patterns' carried in stock, and a competent sales lady to give you every attention. THAI).? AT HOME, and trade with a house that saves you indney. ySjLfGo Hertford Republican. . Mrs. 0, rr. Roberts of Slirevo niul Alma Morwlu, during the two her mint Mm. Hell ItlionilB of Knn - ' weeks. Misses Potter and Morwltz fH City, Mo., are visiting In Hart- - will entertain with a house parky In , tot A. honor of their guests. W. K. HIIIh & Urn., have thrco I Mr. nml Mrs. J. ,Ver Foster nd Dueling Mowers nml Hakes left, Infant daughter, of Klalnr, Ark., ro lilcli will cIoho theni out for tlia gueits of frleiiiU and relatives here. season. I'rlcfrt right. They enme here from Imllannpolls, Acitif i.od bi., No. :iaa, I. o. o. Intl., whore they spent a few days will luivu work in tly. flrbt and sec- with Mrs. I.. 11. and Miss Alice rostI ond degrees at Its regular meeting er, mother and sister of Mr. Foster. Monday night. to tils leaving Hartford, Mr. j Prior Mr. J. Hunter Matthews local mali- Foster was connected with the Ro-nger lor Ihu C'limlicrlaiiil 'Telephone ptihllcnn. and Telegraph Co., was In Oweusljoro Tho iinnio of Dr. A. U. lUley, of business last Tuesday. Ion Wu are In receipt of nconimtinl- -' Hartford appears In a lltt of those for the cation frift'npt. A. J. Harnett, saying selected or recommended that all of the Hoys of Co. II., were Medical Reserve Corps of tho U. S. Dr. Hlley will perhaps bo Army. well and getting' on fine. called Into service at an early date. Mr. Fred uoliertsou, who lias a If called ho will report at Fort Ogleposition In Owenshoro, Is spending a thorpe, Ga but In the meantime the few days here with his parents, Mr. Dr. will proceed 'with his practice In and .Mrs. J. W. Hohertsou. . tho usual way. Mrs. I. ula Coppago left Wednesday for llraggdoclo, Mo., to visit her soif Messrs Nat and John Lindley, L. B. Mr. Karl Coppago. Coppago Everly, M. W. Hell and Wat Taylor, Mrs. will lie absent some, months. of Point PlcaFaut, "Rowan Holbrook, Mrs. (MiaTleyJeniiTngsTcirahnm, af- Jas. A. Caldwell, Hoy Foreman, S. O. ter spending several days hero visit- Keown and County 'Agent, W. W. ing Mr. and Mrs. Dan King and fam- Hrowder of Hartford, attended tho ily, returned home Tuesday. meeting of tho Kentucky Pure-Bre- d Mrs. II. S. Sanders aipl children Live Stock Association at Owenshoro after spending about two mouths last Tuesday. Mrs. Nat Lindley achero with relatives will return to companied her husband to Owenshoro on the above occasion. i v. their homo In Covlugou, Messrs. Jan. "iirTWIlllams and M. Rough Hlver Lodge, No. 110, K. Dean, two of Hartford's popular druggists, attended the State Phar- of P., elected the following officers on last macist's meeting In l.ouisvjlle, this at its regular convention Tuesday night: W. H. Rhoads, C. C, i week. W. II. Gillespie, V. C, McDowell A. Mrs. I.." H. Hosenficld and little Fogle, P., W. W. Hlley, M. of W., daughter Carolyn, of Louisville and J. F. Gillespie, M. of A., A. Ivy Nail, Karl Maxwell Heavrhi of Owenshoro, I. O., and Jno. D. Wilson, O. G. are visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Heav- Knights, II. E. Brown, S. T, Barnctt rin, City. nml M. A. Fogle, compose the AuditMiss Lorn, daughter of Mr. W. J. ing Committee appointed. Hlley, of Owenshoro, was here to see Mr. Hlley was hes, father Sunday. Mr. J. Whltworth of Hardlnsburg, quite 111 at that time, hut Is up and representing the High Priest of the out now. Oiund Chapter, II. A M., of Kentucky Mr. and Mrs.T. H. Uarnard, of was here last Saturday to inspoct visiting Keystono Chapter No. 110. He aho Island, spent last week-en- d friends In Hartford, Mr. Uarnard is visited Hie Beaver Dam Chapter. tho popular Cashier of the Islanl Arrangements are being made for a meeting of tho Local Chapter on the Deposit Dank. Miss Grace lienfrow, who is at- third Satin day In July at which contending school at Howling Green, re- vocation it Is planned to confer the turned to that city Monday, after a chapter degrees on-- class of several few days visit with her parents, Mr. candidal ey. and Mrs. A. H. Heufrow. as SCIIAEKEll MARKS Miss Ibaljclio-Moorchreturned et GOODS WHITE AND COLORED WASH GOODS i r oii-tir- xl The Season's Favorites at Popular Prices Sport Suiting, white with stripes nnd figures, at 25c to 50c. Percales, fane stripes iii medium, light and dark grounds, also grays. They are 3G inches wide and priced from 12ic to 20c per yard. Dress Ginghams in fancy plaids nnd plain colorings, also fancy stripes froni 10c to 15c per yard. Plain White Voile, 40 inches wide, at 25c to 40c per yard. Colored Voices, solid colors, stripes, from 25c to 35c. and with fancy Fancy White Goods, such as Dimities in stripes and checks; Lawns in striped nnd crossbar effects, Voiles and Lace effects, from 10c to 50c per yard. White Organdie, a nice, sheer quality. This is1 the newest plain goods used this season for dresses and waists, 25c to 75c. Wash Silks, in solid colors and .fancy stripes, 25c per yard. at a Carson & Co from a visit to Hartford. She was On tho 2Sth of this month nt high accompanied homo by Miss Amhlc W. Marks of Hartford, Ford, who will visit her for ttoniH noon Mr. J. will ho uniteiLUn marriage to Miss time. Tho niizahelhtown Mirror Mary Carter Schaefecof Toccoa, Ga., Misses Margaret, mni lz. r7.'.zrv Tat tho linnic of the bride Mr. It. Night who has been sick Js will leave hero Monday for Toccoa, i of- - Hot A sister Mrs. Tribble Ga., to ho present at thcmnrrlage of Springs, Ark., will be matron of lion uftftftA'aftftftAftSftftJia&aaaAftft-ftsaftSftasisiabetter. their brother, Mr. J. W. Marks to or. Miss Elizabeth Hruce of Toccoa Mr. J. W. Perry of Fordsvillo was" JU.NK 22 Miss Mary Carter Schaefer on June will bo brides maid. The groom will Fill DAY . in town Tuesday. 2Sth. be accompanied by Mr. L. A., Cren Mrs. Olllo Harnott Is quite sick at Mr. I). II. Tlchenor, Crescent City, shaw of Knoxvllle, La., as best man c V., II. & BT. I.. H. II. TIME T.UII.K. her homo on Frederlca St. b Fla., who has been in Connersvllle, Immediately after the wedding the No. 113 duo at Ellmltch 8:32 p. m. b Mrs. Henderson Murphrco who has Iud for somo months, is visiting couple will leave on an extensive No. 110 due at Kllmltch 7:30 a. in. bk friends and relatives In Hartford and tour of the East, including Washing... 3:40 p. m. been qulto 111 Is much improved. No. 112 Lv. Kllmltch c Ohio County, beforo returning to his ton, Atlantic City and Niagara Falls Ar. Irvlngton .. 5:35 p. m. b Mrs. O. P. Willis, of Narrows, Is On their return home the 1st of b Lv. Irvlngton . . 6:56 p. m. visiting her son, Mr. Estil Willis, in home. Started Regular Trips Between Mrs. Etta nines was tried in July they will visit Mrs. T. S. MaVks to Ar. Louisville .7:40 p. m. Chicago 2 County Court on Monday and ad and family for a few days. b No. Ill Lv. Loulsvllto .. 8:35 a. m. Service, judged to he a Lunatic orperson of Cascbler's Auto Livery Mr. Marks has made rapid strides i Ar. Irvlngton ..10:06 a. m. unexcelled. Call by either Phono, unsound mind and committed to the as Civil Engineer in his adopted b Lv. Irvlngton ..10:40 a.m. b Western Kentucky Asylum fox the state and wo congratulate him on his 1:04 p. m. Heaver Dam. Ar. Ellmltch b WEDNESDAY. MAY 16. , Miss HoFena MTfler, "has returned insane. coming marriage. II. II. TIME TAULE. M., II. & E. b homo after two monthsin tho HowlAttorney, E M. Woodward and Bouth Bound, No. 115 Leaving Beaver Dam. at 7:00 a. m. and 3:30 p. m. 0 Mrs. Mitchell Here. 8:45 a. m. ing Green College Mrs. Woodward, of Henderson, were Duo at Hartford c Mrs. Julia Mitchell, ql Owenshoro, Miss Mao Mauzy, Morganflcld, is cro Sunday returning Monday. Their Returning arriving at Beaver Dam at 10:30 a. in. & North Bound, No. 114 Is visiting friends, in Hartford and p. m. visiting Mrs. S. A. Iirntcher and other, two Httlo daughters and Miss Orrel Duo at Hartford. ...-..5:-55 and 6:30 p. m. bp friends In Hartford. FIcIden returned with Mr. and Mrs. vicinity. Mrs. Mitchell is 94 years 4? (Both "Mixed Trains.) : & age, hale and nctWe, and mado the of Matau- - Woodnwrd) Mrs. Charfotto Tlchenor, c trip hero by the Owenshoro Interur-ba- n zns. Is visiting her daughter, lift, S. Tho remains of Mrs. Charlie CoopBus, a distance of about 39 miles H A. Hrutcher this week. er, who died at tho Western Kentucky over a rather rough road for a good IXroltl'ORAHi:!) Wo carry a regular lino of ro- - Asylum, the flrbt of this week, while lit l Personal News fc undergoing treatment nt that Instltu- - portion of tlio route. Mrs. Mitchell pairs for McCormlck and Deering ccv-ocrixryo formerly resided about 3 miles w tlon, wero brought homo for burial &, HHO. - K- -f Yland Social Euents. from this place and sho has a host of ,asl mesuny, on band an LIME Wo now A. friends mid admirers who wish for Mrs. Frederick Botts. of Jackson- - her niiiplo supply of barrel Lime. Call on houso I havo tho Butcher put in a. more of nctivo STHAV vllle KIa after a few days visit hero'..., n,lInvni,i W. P. ELLIS & MtO. . r.t. v dimes worth of suet out of which to nr. - .en. rr. 1...I 11 , mako gravy. My wife eats tho steak The Hoy Scouts Entertained on last wll ruiumes.,H.ii. inei.us, i.4 iues Seo Hartford Mill Co.t,for Lime, (Dy Fluke McFluke.) levelling TO START and she has mo cat tho gravy, and party, at tho ,,a' for Hawesvlllo. for a short visit lth a Lawn Plaster and Cement. cr slsr. Mrs. fields and Mrs. by that method we havo enough for OX JULY FIRST Master Kenneth Blfkhead visited hbmo of Miss Mary Warren Collins. f L 11 m if ik linn iimtlinH all. Drivers who know their business, in Owenshoro, last Tuesday. Since noticing as how that New If there ho any readers of this papProf. J." F." Bruner, newly elected day or Mr. JoifC.lie'nnott, was In Provi- Cars that go everywhere Doc Spot says thoy nro going to, night. Call Caseblur, Heaver Dam. i President cf I'nrtford Collego was er who contemplate enlisting In the York Damsel squlz $225,000 bold dence this week on business. I.. .,. o Regular Army Guard service, they cash, out of that S5 year old Mllllon- - keep messing wRh tho Liquor ques- I Hartford Lodgo No. CJ5, F. & A.iIiangcment of Catalogues for Whtto ITsli, 3 for 20c, at Iler's should get busy and do so before nir, as salvo for a battered heart, tlon so that about tho first thing ti M. conferred tho E. A. degrco nt Its Grocery. Cheaper than meat. will July 1st., as tho draft system is to bo caused by said Mllllonalr's falluro to filler knows, Kentucky Is not going WU IHOI.v WMMMWJ put In forco on that day, that is our keep his promise to marry her, wo to bo no fltten placo to rals uuthtu Last chance" to buy" Crnckors, lUbUlUi IllUUllllb I move hero at an early dato. nighty information at least, mid wo think it wish to warn a few of our old friends In but camels of tho two hunch back ILER'S GROCERY. 15c lb. Quito a number of young people llko Ben Taylor, Harold Holbrook, i pedes. "Owenshoro, ino.iiw.. nnr correct. . w.v -- Mr. C. P. Turner of ' ""a- - "- - t motored to Taylor. Mines. Wednesday iHorso nnd Mulo Hides lGc lb., Gln- If any young man within Ohio Amos Carson and Jim Gillespie, to : . , was In town yesterday on business, i ....... .. ...... .,.. Ben Taylor says that Fritz Robert,,.(,..,. isonir.A'ellow and Mavannlo Root nt County desires to enlist and become bo mighty keerful with their promMrs. J. Ni E. Martin, of Cromwell, honor, son says thero nro thrco ways to got a member of Co. II., mado for tho ises. Yes Arthur Kirk too. market prices week-envisited relatives hero hiht to Hartford from Owensboro, ono Is most part of Boys of your acquainMrs T. ll. Petrlo and daughters, n ' L n - oAni)erfiir. . .1 Mr. A. i7 Cannan, Heaver Dam, of Brazil, Ind., .will arrlvo next weeu tance and of your sort, you yet have Wo'vo u friend down In the 1'olut to rldo nil of tho way, another is to Beaver Dam, Ky. rlt2 II. 2, was horo Saturday on business. to bo tho guests of Mr. mid Mrs. J. E. a chanco to get in, after July 1st., Pleasant community who has an walk a part and rido a portion of tho Mr. R. T. Collins, with tho du Pont .,!. n ..A. UU, illU lUOb Al.A..nA somo of tlioso who tiro fit and havo automobile that can outrun a hog, wo ' .l.U, 1.., llin Inn VUUUI.U ,iU UIIVU ll Mr. JoluTBooTwTuf near Rockport, Kogle. uu., bjiuiii lull wuun-uu- u uvtu no I'owiicr Weduosday. convoyanco.Is to walk all of tho way, Btrlngs attached to heard Nat Lindley say so. was in town on business Miss Mnzld'Bell Chnnihcrlaln, Js wl,i, i,i f,iiv. Mr. Coliln lmR been , , .thorn, are morally certain of being ...... i taw UMrf ...... cmnil ... xr.i., .... rinva with her D . 4. i. ,. SISAL Hinder Twluo while It lasts, u....,wii,...n 4U iuiiituui luiiiiu; tinting tuu iuoi, Jim & Lcm put on two or threo And wo'vo another friend whoso ouio uninu uio Army per pouiiil, ul W. L Ellis Mr. mid Mrs. Peter Shown, ycar mlt ims iatciy been given work lulKVU ' J"i :,,ttn.ilH, IS conlu I' tflll.t.l linii tlirt rimn,l ...m l, " ,tu i... ,i.. Tin Lizzio can givo a tolkoy cards rattling good shows whllo Ed was " "" Hro. of near town. "' l"u In Kentucky.and will bo able to get'"' . (lrnft rllltn ntint Tmiia ')A1i and spades ami beat It n city block in away last week'. awtifcu ttiiui muiio UVItli '1 "Casobler, Heaver Dam, Call-- J. Misses Gusslo and Kathleen Tlch- - homo mora frequently, o-a country lane. for Auto service at any time, tor un 0nor, of Malanzas, are spetidliig tho jjr Talmago Davis, who has been Car l.imtl of Cans. Tlioso Beads Oddly Strung fook point. week - end with their aunt, Mrs. S. iluro for gomo tlmo recuperating Mrs. Alonzo Minton, received this mo that mighty good to us this week. If wo A friend of mine told (from a sovero attack of pnoumonla week, a car load of calls for the pur- Brookslo told a' frlend'H friend of my could onco and for all drive that Old -Mrs. J.'D.'Stdwart and children, A. Bratcher. Dundee, visited relatives hero thlaj Mrs. Mary K. Westorileld, qualified with other complications, sustained pose of putting up her tomato crop friend, that If tho rupturo got right Maid stuff out of J. II. T'b. carbureus guardian or her children, Wlunlo whllo at Connersvllle, Ind., somo time this season. This Is the llrnt tlmo In ho was going to join the U. S. Avia- tor I think his Spark Plug would v week. completely recovered tho history of Ohio county that any tion Corps, and start for Europe, and work nioro readily and thru tho exMr mtdMrsE.M. Morton, of 1)., Heleu M. mid Ruby 0. Wester- nlnco has almost and will bo able to rcsumo his posi- - sluglo Individual has purchased this that he was not going to stop In haust wo could get moro strings In Wed- - Held, on tho 19th. Ccntertowii, wero In liurtford " amount of cans for individual use. France, hut was going to lly directly placo of private letters to the Editor, RockporV Rural Crodfta Absoclu- - tlou nt an early dato. iieulay. Misses Ella McKennoy of Beaver Mrs. Minion's husband, now deceas- at tho liroat of his royal highness, which ho says, ho dares not publish. Irs. W. jnursloy'"uiiil"Bnn, utter ' tlon will bo held nt Rockport next "Al oo , n 9 i, in. All Unin nml Wliinln T).. fsimiiinrninii .. of ed, had for somo years been putting otherwise known as "Kaiser Bill." .. . . ........... . u... ..... .......... " LtlAIld III, u.llll.l ,11111, llOril IIK LUCHtn UL o... ..i,... Ullim ,' " OilllllllUJ. i.n... o.'i.oi-sonCasobler, of Beaver Dam, will tako ,.. mm Interested tiro cordially Invlt- - this place, loft yesterday for Hannl-- . up qulto a nico lot of tomatoes and u n,i m i k. UROWN, When wo want to make three Bits you anywhere at any tlmo, in tho J. Scliroe'tor' havo returned to their 'ed. .Ibul. Mo., where they go to bo tho , tlreso goods havo an established rep- uuu ' I worth of Lecf btcak go round at our easiest manner possible guests os juissea iiiurBuiei n Temporary juairunui, homo in Cadis. Hartford, Ky. ATTENTION Owensboro and Beaver Dam Tie Owensboro Inlerurban Bus Line ' ... OWENSBORO INTERURBAN LINES : i,"; i. I us WW vv I 1 I streaks. c I w" draft .,.! ar-th- I , . . ....!... Ircular ii i, """ r " -. ni-'- s Farm Department Cunning Vcjjctiit1c. Uclow no reproduce for ihc Venr-f- it boiler be careful not to of our rentiers, sonic of tin- many from tho them to a draft of cold air while helpful extracts of farm- ' useful niul chmigo In as a ers llulletln No. 359, Issunl In the they are hot, likely sudden them. to crack of Agriculture. tempaturo is Department U. S. After the sterilization is compThe complete Bulletin on vejjetnld? canning nw' lie lind by lete the Jars may bo set aside for n anil fruit is calling on W. W. llrowiler, County day or. two and then tested. This done by releasing tho spring at the Hnrtfonl. Agent, side and picking up tho Jar by tho Selecting .fur. tho least bit Duy a good grade of Jar. The best top. If there has been from n iloll-n- r of decomposition, or if sterilization finality usually retails at cents has not been complete, tho top will to a dollar and twenty-fiv-e Initial expense may be como off. This is because the pressn dozen. The ' lire on the top has been relieved by therefore, somewhat high, but with proper caro they should last many tho gas formed by tho bacteria. In ibis case it Is always best to empty years. The annual breakage out the corn and fill up tho Jar with 3 per cent on the averbe less than canning fruits or age. In selecting a Jar always give i fresh supply. If wide some expensive vegetable, however, to those having preference In cannlg whole fruit or examine the contents of tho Jar and, mouths. gone far vegetables and in cleaning the Jars If tho decomposition has not be enough to injure the flavor,, place It the wide mouth will bo fonnd to onco more In the boiler and sterilize decidedly preferable. over again. If the top docs not Containers 1'or SteillliiiR. uses a tin clothe3 boiler come off, one may be reasonably sure The writer Is keeping. Corn Is with a false bottom made of wire that the corn netting cut to fit it. The netting is often subject to tho attack of anaerospores of these made of mcdlumsized galvanized wire bic 'bacteria. Tiie Inch mesh. are sometimes very hard to kill and (No.- 10) with one-haeven after boiling for A false bottom is absolutely necess- remain alive ary, as the Jars will break if set flat one hour. In case any Jars spoil, Inupon the bottom of the boiler. Nar- crease the time of boiling to an hour row strips of wood, straw, or almost and a half. String Heans. anything of this nature may be used Select young and tender beans, for the purpose, but the wire gauze string them, and break" them Into is clean and convienent. Pack firmly In the There are several varieties of pat- short lengths. ent steamers or steam cookers in jar, cover with cold water, and add common use. These have either one a teaspoon of salt to each quart. Put or two doors and hold a dozen or on the rubber and top and boil for more quart Jars! They are ideal for one. hour on each of three successive canning, but they are somewhat ex- days, as directed under "Corn." A pensive and can bo easily dispensed small pod of red pepper placed in the with. A common ham boiler or bottom of the jar will give a delightclothes boiler with a tlghtflttlng cov- ful flavor to this vegetuble. er will answer every purpose. Eggplant. Selection anil Preparation of VegePare the eggplant, cut In thin table,. slices, and drop In boiling water for The first step in successful can-rii.- i lltteen or twenty minutes. Drain off is the selection and preparation the water and pack tho slices in the Never attemp- - to jar. Cover with water and sterilize 4jt the vegetables. can any vegetable that has matured s directed under "Corn." The slices anil commenced to harden or one of eggplant are pliable and may be that has begun to decay. As a ge"neiiil taken from the jar without being ruli', young vegetables are superior broken and either fried in bread in r.avor and texture to the more jiu crumbs or made Into pudding and lure nies. This is especially true t baked. string beam, okra, and aspangi.''. Beets. V'Ctubles are better if gathered 'n Although beets will Jeep In the the tuily morning while the dew i cellar over winter, it Is very desirable i.ti'1 i.n them.- - If it is impossible to to can them while they are yonn? can iV.om immediately, do not al'.ov and tender, as the mature beet is apt them to wlthor. but put them in cj d to be stringy and lacking in flavor. vnt5r oc in a cold, damp phce u'ld "keep them crisp until you are tops, and put them In boiling water in a for lot" (hem. Do your canning about an hour and a half,, or d roo,lJ well' wept and until they are thoroughly cookod. will tend to reduce tlieiuinbcr Toko off the skins, cut in thin slices, of pores floating about and lestii suid pack into jars. Cover with tin- - ihance of inoculation. water and sterillzo in tho manner In the following paragraphs aro previously described. If a mild given directions for canning some of pickle, is desired, make a mixture of the more common vegetables, but the equal parts of water and good vinehousewife can add to these at will. gar, sweeten to taste, and cover the TJie principle of sterilization is the l.ects with this mlxturo Instead of tamo for all meats, fruits, and vege- water. tables. i Okra Or Gumbo. Corn. This is a vegetable worthy of mc. Contrary to the general opinion, Although exten-sitUcorn is one of the easiest vegetables extended culture. grown in t'io South, It is comto can. Tho United States Departparatively unknown In tho North, it ment of Agriculture has shown that is kept and makes a delicious tho amount of sugar in the sweet egotablo for the winter. Wash iho very rapidly varieties diminishes voung and pods, cut them In after the ear is pulled from the stalk; lengths, rack in tho Jars, covIn order to retain tho orig- niort therefore er w ltli water, mrt sterilize. Okra is inal sweetness and flavor It Is necj essary to can corn very soon after it used lor boup-- or stows. Summer Squash. is pulled within an hour if possInto famuli ible. 'Select tho ears with full grains - Cut the vegetable boforo they have begun to harden, blocks, pack In the jars, and cover as this is tho period ot'greatest sug- with water. Ac'd a teaspoon of salt ar content. Husk them and brush to och quart unil sterilise. It Is tho silks off with u stiff brush. Shear ;u i times prf:rrtblo with tills vw-tab.'howt."jr, to paro off tho shin, off the grains with a sharp knlfo and pack the Jar full. Add salt to taste, boll cr steam until thoroughly done, usually about a teaHponnfnl to tli9 niiibh them, a. id then pack in the quart Is sufficient, and All up tho J'us ai'd sterilise, If canned In tin: Jar to the top with cold water. Tut latter way, it 'a advisable to steam tho rubber ring around tho neck of them for an hour mid u half, instead tho Jar and placo tho glass top on of for an hour, on each of three days, loosely. He careful not to press down us tho heat penetrates tho Jar "very slowly. It Is absolutely necessary tho bluing at tho siilo of tho Jar. Placo tho falso bottom in tho boil- that tliu interior of tho Jar should er and put In as many Jars as the reacli tho temperaturo of boiling boiler will conveniently hold. Don't water. A jar will usually hold about. try to crowd them in. Leave spaco twice as much of the cooked vegebetween them. Pour in about 3 in- tuble as it will of tho uncooked. Kngllsh Pens. ches of cold water, or just enough When prepared and canned In tho to form steam and to provout the boiler from going dry during tho proper way, peas nro easily kept mid boiling. It is uot necessary to liavo nover lose tho dellcato flavor that Iho water up to the neck of tho Jars, they possess when fresh. Shell tho as tho steam will do tho cooking. Put young peas, pack in Jars, nnd sterithe cover on tho boiler and set it on lize under "Corn." Asparagus, tho stove. Bring tho water to a boll Can tho young tips only, In the and keep it boiling for ono hour. At the end of that timo romovo tho cover same way as you would corn. Cauliflower. of the boiler and allow tho steam to This vegetable usually keops very escape. Press down tho spring at the side of the Jar. This clamps on well, but if tho supply for tho winter tho top and will prevent any outside should begin to spoil It may bo necnlr from entering. Tho Jars can now essary to can it during tho summer. be rcjnoved and cooled or nlowed to Proparo it as you would for tho table stand in tho boiler until tho next day. pack it Into jars, and'Btcrilizo. Curiot.s. anil Parsnips. On the second day ralso the spring These, It gathered during tho early at tho bide of tho Jar. This will re- llevo any pressure from bteam that summer and canned, mako most exmight uccumulato inside tho Jar dur- cellent Vegetables for tho winter. The ing the second cooking. Placo the young plauts at that season aro not Jara again In tho boiler and boll for bttlugy and liavo not yet developed ono hour. Clamp on tho top as on tho strong tasto that Is eo objectionthe preceding day and allow them to able to bonio people. Prepare as you ex-rolf fi ' re-idwell-dustey cn-'l- ly u, " cool. Ileptnt this operation on the third day. In removing tho Jars permitted. hnrse-drnw- n vehicles Thoso with limited tlmo complained l)iat morn than hnlf their visit was spent In passage through uninteresting lodgcpolo forests- - tlmo which they wanted In tho gejser basins, at the Can) on, and nt tho greater lakes. Others complained Hint tho stngo rides were so exhausting that they could not appreciate the great spectacles when they reached them. And tho deniaud or touring motorists for greater freedom grew even louder and more Insltiteiit. So progress had Its way and thin ear wu have a new Yellowstone. service- will bo The automobile Thoso who ndequato and rapid. hne at their disposal only the i'x days which wns the necessary minimum of a Yellowstone visit under tlm old transportation system will now bo able to spend nearly all of it at points of special scenic Interest or In seeing wilderness features nevur seen by former visitors of llnilti;d atny As for the molorlRt, he will n.iu lie .l'o to uso the park's more than two hundred miles of road with a'lM.st Eradication of Sweet Closer. Some farmers hesitate to plant tho same freedo'ii as roads anywlieie sweet clover on their farms for fear else in America they will have difficulty in cradlca-Ing'l- t Slop ICft ()cr Co'uglis. when the fields aro planted to will Dr. Bell's other crops. Tho results obtained annually by hundreds of farmers aro stop that hacking cough that lingers soothing pine sufficient proof that there is no foun- from January. The phlegm, heals dation for such fear; in fnct, farm- balsams loosen the the Irritated membrane, tho glyccr-lu- o ers aro experiencing much difficulty relieves tho tender tibsues, you In cutting tho first crop tho .second breatho easier and coughing ceases season so high that the plants w'll not bo killed. Tho new crop of Don't neglect a lingering cough, it Is dangerous. Dr. Bell's sweet clover, unlike that of r Is antiseptic and pleasant to clover and alfalfa, must conw frnn the buds left on the stubble, so wu take, benefits young nnd old, get It Formula on the plants nro cut below these buds at your druggist " 2 bottle. 25c, ilfvy will be killed. As sweet clever - a biennial, thf plants dlo as soon as tho seed crop is produced When the flrrt year's gr.iwt'i ,wyst clover is 10 bo tiirnM under fur f,reen manu-- e it is reconitreneVl Mint the field be plowed after tic plants have ma '! tonic growth the ' iu the spr.'.r .'(ttlicr th-A lun t HI all cf the veir it seeding. K year" c ovth in piov.u ih under the same fall many of the ..;.! will n t i entirely ?m treso .v'l nnko a vlgon.as growth the following spring. When Mrs.G.P.Cart.vrisht,of until the the plowing Whitwell, Tcnn., writes: plants have made tome growth tin "I suffered with bearing-dow- n following spring no trouble will ho pains. . . The experienced in eradicating them. dizzy spells rjot so bad that when I would start to Sheep aro excellent weed destro- walk, I would just pretty crs, as they keep the weeds nibbled so nearly fall. Was very I told much closely that no seeds nre formed and A small my husband 1 thou&ht the roots are exhausted. Cardui would help inc. flock of bheep Is an excellent scat Ho got cio a bullic, . .'11 encer on almost any farm, and thi v helped mc so much Hint oialio. n'afUal'Va " or wits te laud, he got mc another bottle. provided that 'dogs and Internal pra- I got a whole lot better. rasltes can be controlled. The dizzy spells and the bearing-dow- n pair.s . . . Canned pineapples to the alue of left mc entirely." $.,!)SG,190 wero shipped from HaIf you are weak and waii to tho United States In 1015. or suffer from womanly pains, Tho largo number of failures in obtaluing a stand of sweet clover aro duo primarily to acid soils, lack of inoculation, and seed which germinates poorly. would for tho tabic, nnd sterilize. Tomatoes. Every housewife knows how to can tomatoes? They nro very easily kept, Jar oven in tho common screw-to- p If one already has. on hand a number of Jars of this pattern, It Is host to uso them for preserves or for canning tomatoes and to purchnsc tin1 more modern styles for canning vegeJar tables. In using the screw-to- p bo careful to sterillzo them first liv placing in cold water, bringing to it boll, and boiling for about ten minutes. The rubber anil top should also bo Immersed In boiling water for tho same length of tlmo. them from the boiling water when needed, hnndllng ns little as possible. Bo careful not to put tin' fingers on the Insldo of the top or the Inner edge of the rubber. Kill the Jar with tho cooked tomatoes while steaming hot, put on tho rubber, screw on the top firmly, Invert it, mid let It stand. In that position until cool. He-nioPlue-Tar-IIonPine-Tar-Hon1 to-daa fPOWHATAlf I H0TEL"orAMEicANIDEAL5: In ai city wlcre tood .tioteli abound, Ihc Powhatan heii the 1 Otto C. Martin" Attorney at Law HA.UTKOKD, KY. Will practice his profession, In UiU and adjoining counties. CommorchU and Criminal Practice n Specialty. 0.E.TAYL0R.C.E Beaver Dam, Ky. Highway and Drainage Design. Int. It It fint In the countiymtn. hutti of its DR. 11 tcfincil, ( !t cccl ami tcslful. Itnt location on I'tnntvania Avcnur, 18th ami II Mrrttt, mates it a ilturablc hculquar-ttot tTidal coutf, tomitt pirtiti, conventions, bcl.ol and 0. E. HART ' Tfie cliiMYt, ToIiatan VETERINARY SURGEON " lU.UVKH DAM, KV. . tollfCtJ. The 1'owhatan attiacli atlie people of culture and education. and lit tniimt)r to State, WarMany Uci.TtlnicnU, ilio to Ma interest, ot historical point! males this holtl especially to a discriminating public. The Pewhitin offers room with detached bath at SI. SO, Unpins with pri$2.00 and up vate bath, J2.5C. $ 09 and up. 'Write for IcclM oilh rujp, Oftlcc J runes Tnjlor's Lit err DMrn. K nd i ku . . "- - j. 'i all cuitokd w. Manager Lr.wis. Kalml In rron,('" tt vUain PAT C N T8 THAT PAvtTrtlUimiWu'Lljriat our anl ilnt.rroJcUlielp fwu to suceeM. mCC report h.o.1 iJivtuoesketeb for TRADC-MAnKB cuuntiv. or na fc on MMUnZTZ ITSiMn ! on BOX-BO- B PASSING, RirCrCNCCB. n.r Om llakl writ tu iTiinui.ik inuuiiir. ro jr.rv indie. sun Snvonth Straot, wwamnuTow, p. c. T l HUME " ;" if "Po'lrae? KaW 1 WILL YOU TAKE OUR f.t Dizzy Spells GERMINAL REMEDY A Trastmenl ssHsssssssssskVsk DI3issssssssssssaVKs 7 for WEAK LUNGS V? or CONSUMPTION I I GUAKANTEED 8HRVIOK One hundred per cent value. 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Those who subscribe now, tending S2 plicants in the six territorial depart- Of eight English 'brothers, ho Is the for the 52 issues of THE COMPANION More good'readinn than you will ments of the United States, will be only d one left. lor 1915, will receive The Companran The get in any of the monthly Home Calendar FREE. drilled on Meld and in lectin room others have been killed or wounded t magazines. for possible service niton rd under In the service of the British Empire. SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFPirn MaJ. Uen. Pershing, who was a class-maTHE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN AND YOUTH'S COMPANION, BOTM Demand For Draft Horxes. of Col. llallou ,in the class of ONE YEAR FOR ONLY $2.75. 1S8C. "The marked Improvement In the In addition to the approlinateIy Industrial world has caused teams of . .. . . (IIT. r. 000 candidates selected in the va- - bood draft horses to bo In good u e A.nocK ine opois uiu. oi i rungs In. at comparatively high prices,' departments, 250 negro non commissioned officer of the regular says Van Dlusmore, secretary of" army are trying for commissions. tho ercheron Society of Americt Tho hitter were selected form the Draft peldiugs have been In good dennd Tenth cavalry and the mand at Jilgh prices; and tho farm i Ninth Fifty-fiv- e typewriters. Twenty-fourt- h in denuiud for useful draft mares is al- and Twenty-fift- h explained by Moving French Dry Cleaned and Pressed la rrat! so strong that horse dealers fantry. machine. Seven big De- Superior Manner. as buyers of A majority of tho candidates are a re l.f.lng elimiuated . ; partmenta SlUorthand, BooV Send us your Garments and Have college men; many of them prom- draft mares Pure bred draft horetis keeping, Telegraphy, Stenotypy, Them inent In the professions of' law or aro al3o in keen demand. The elimiMust:, Primary Normal. Exmedicine, or with considerable busi- nation of imports since August, 1314, pert teachers. Modern equipCLEANED CLEAN ness I raining. Quito a number, In has resulted in a, marked stimulus to ment. Position assured. horse breeding la this country and addition to thu Packages called for and delivered. Write for catalogue. officers, have had military moro saitsfactory prices have been Home paid to the breeders and talaers of training, both practical and Dayiess Co, Bus. College) THE ELITE PRESSING CLUB good American-bre- d draft colt.s than Is at any other tlino In past history. Tlio hHtior instruction officer A. Ira Nail, Prep. Incorporated Major Castle, and the other white . V. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. OWKNBBOKO, KY. young wwmling pigs the Give your are Majors Sturtovant , instructors and Ingram, Adjt. Mcllroy, Capts. run of a voting forago crop with tag ' Hugndale, Rolbtiue, Stccver and about half a grain ration, mostly Everlngton.aud I.ieuts. Frank, Mur- com. It dues not pay .to run pigs on LIV-VER-Lpasture without sruiu, as our AX ray, Nallo and Ord. Tho quarter-'mniUPiles is that under such circumis Cnpt. Wallace. Two negro No matter how stubborn tho Jron-m- ' olllcers, MnJ. A. W. Ford and stances, they scarcely maintain their caso may bo Petro-Meut- a will ICapt .Joseph Phillips, may bo added weight. bring relief. A trial will convlnco tu tho force of instructors. you. For salo by, Ohio County OI1KMAN STKAMKK IS Drug Co. Price 25c. TOKPKDOED IJY SUBMARINE VKKDIOT 01713 $,i'i,) Pal-turnto-da- y iBeYOUTffS COMPANION Better Than Ever in 1915 I able-bodie- te Je-na- iiiui es r.. Ladies' and Men's Garments J ur USE I rois p.p.kacii of pro.misi; For Lazy Liver and the Troubles o Constipation. m illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllij Vanderbilt Training School for Boys a ELKTON, KY. Will Help pu'rontH devolop their sons kilo the best typo of citizens and Christian geiitleiiien. Its ptitionago ib widely scattered and comes from tho best homes in tho South. Its capacity is limited, thereearly. fore, reservations should Tlaco your son in this select gioup of boys. Write bo-made m a c m km a 33 m S m MATHEMEY & BftTTS For catalonno and information. J.ox A. riniina m R (BiiiiiiiiiiiiaiaiiBiiiEiifia CASTORIA i No Combination i llS HIE' y Iaiiick of vof Reading like ft and AUFor $2-i- o The Yoaih's Conspanion x, 62 ISSUES liTlBWUTH3C0MPANI0N pieBestTffol ls3L C W& iana. Social races for all , 12 l3SUM ITCALLS MAGAZINB ' Jfe jm tliVVUUC U ISSUES D U i. j.m oJ'e HKVUjpxufSiSt j i ib Ai A DMiS VXttttR '.ouowea UJUOJ of Its JaaciortuTOORJlX trt he .U -- gTmcS ci bc. ..'aticn mUDM susun u i. I'sUcmto.-..- iM VTf srisflslsi lwnxidl--ri-a 52 UcOilUrrs. . 9ilU ks4 tkt VUisVn ft tslU VI" COMPANION for ITHeYOUTII'S nw Youth's Cornranioo ulcnbf r oIM wrck sod th 1J17 Home ColsmUr. tr la wUsU sT"sj a -- v... : UAr.A.7T4P.everr uuMith or one year; orarnwiw u McCallDreiI,JtUirnfKK&orcctiUeUatuovernumi. lUSCITS M ASSACI THE YOUnrS COMPANION. St. Pul Se.. uaii ,,.,.. ,, r. the of a mortgage debt duo W. J. Maiden. The purchaser Jliis Ilonora will bo required to execute bond, with May O'nrlvn, 28 vcars old. tn lior approved security, immediately after "lireacli of piomisa suit asainst, John tho silo and a lion will bo retained 'd. sraiinliic, a retired banker nnd ou tho said land until said bond is mllliDiialro, 85 yeari old, w.is awardfully paid. ed by : Sisite Supremo Court jury in --, Given under my hand, this tho 14th Long Island City today. Tlio plaln- A.WUAIi VISIT MADE day of Juue, 1917. (ti!i, si'crtary tu a Now Yoilt newa- TO THK PYTHIAN I10MK OTTO C. MAnTIN, jiapor imin, alleged that tlio defond- 50t3 Master Coinmisaloucr. uut. father ot crown children, broke Lexington, Ky., Juno 17. Annual Heavrln, Gleun & Slmraerman, Atllb iiromlHO to marry her. isHutlou djy at the Pythian Home torneys. ss brought a delegation of nearly 200 '.tttuiMu rullN. Knights ot Pythias from Loulsvlllo MA8THK COMMISSION KK'S SALE. J. I' IKmillton, of Bachelor's Ilest. Exercise aby the children at bought nineteen pullets In December the homo and speeches by members Ohio Circuit Court. jt .i cost of ?7, and kept them until of tlio Louluvlllu delegation and n Com'tli. of Ky., Plaintiff. April 20, when ho sold them for $10 vs. Pythians marked tho day's and during that tljno he icceivcd activities. John Render & Mabol Render, Dedozen bevnty-olKh- t nnd one-hafendants. Dr. Browder Gaines, James L. bringiue hiin 23.4 G. The feed Stark and E. O. Porinann, of Lotiis-vlllPursuant to judgment and order cost him $10. IHi protlt on the ot salb, duly entered In tho above mado short talks. . uiuUeon pullots Tor let.s than live styled action at Its May term, 1917, uimths Is 21S.45. This I tho bebt MASTJttt COMAIISSIOXIMI'S S.VI.U. iu favor of tho plaintiff for tho sum record Mr. Hamilton over had with of $ 179.20 villi all interest and cost Ho sold CKKS from 2G c'ilr.l:ens. Ohio Circuit Court. and tho cost ot this sale, I will offer cents to 48 cents per dozen, and v. It. Hlne3. Plaintiff, for sale at public outcry to tho highvs. averaged 30 $ cents. Who can beat est and best bidder at tho court T A. Wlnibatt, etc., Defendants. this record? Falmouth Outlook. house door in Hartford, Ohio counPursuant to a Judgmout and order ty. Ky.. on Monday. July tho 2nd. of mild duly entered iu tho above 1917, (It being regular County Court styled action nt tho May, 1917, term day) at about the hour ot ono o'clock! FOR FLETCHER'S of tho Ohio Circuit Court In favor p. in., tho following described prop of tho Plaintiff for ho sum of $75.00, orty, . with Interest thereon from January Tho one-flft- u Interest of defend l'r.vcliro MuHiM I'orfect. Thoy were nt tho theator,and tho 1st, 1905, until paid and all costs, auts, John Render and Mabel Ron- -' taken I will offer for sjle at public out- der, In tho entire estuto ot E. P.1 youns lndy was Imiueiiboly leading man. "Watch," she cry to tho highest and best bidder Mosoley, consisting of 7C acres of with tho said, "with what precision no atop. at the court house door In Hartford, land convoyed to K. P. Moseley by Every Htrido Is of Ohio county, Kentucky, on Monday, E. G. Render and Edijah It. Render acrosB the stage. July 2nd, 1917t (It being regular by deed dated September 3, 188C, and exactly tho same length." County Court day) at about the hour recorded lu the Ohio County Clerk's Her escort was Just n little jealof ono o'clock p. in., tho following ollico lu Deed Boole No. 14, folio 147; ous. t: . proporty, Also one acre, inoro or less.conveyed "Voh." he said, cruelly, "I Imagine described A certain tract of land lying In by John T. Casebler and wife to E. 'from wnll-lu- g that habit was acquired Ohio county, Kentucky, near Palo, P. Moseley by deed dated July 28th. tho railroad lies." known ns the Henry Wright tract 1891 and recorded lu the Ohio Counand bounded on tho South by the ty Clerk's ollico Iu Deed Book No. 19, With Her Eyes. Thoy stood by the old well to- lauds ot K. C. and N. K. Berry, on folio 133; also thirty nuros, moro or gether. "How ahull wo drink?" bo West by tho lands of V. W. Tnbor, less conveyed by J. 13. Maddox and said, "tliore l no bucket here." Sho on North by the Fuldeu lino and on Voruii Maddox by deed dated Februlowered her eyes, when sho raised tho East by tho lands of Kmma Witu-sa- tt ary 3rd, 1902, and of record in the Samo laud convoyed to W. IC. Ohio Couuty Clerk's ollico lu Deed them again they were full of water. Kelloy ou Nov. Sth, 1903, deed of Book No. 32, folio 199, Including nil Tiger. Princeton record Iu .the Ohio Couuty Clerk's uppurteuances belonging to the said sS olllce, Deed Book No. 26, pago 398, tracts of hind. Said salo wilt bo New Kooky Mountain Tnll. Two lakes of supremo beauty In convoyed to T. A. Wlius.it t by W. 13. mado on a credit of six and twelve tho Hocky Mountain National Pnrlc Kelloy and wife October 15th, 1904, mouths and tho purchaser will be which have been limccesslblo liertrto- - deed of record In tho Ohio County to execute- bond Immediately foio will be opened up by trail this Clerk's office In Docd Book No. 44, after the sale with approved securiTney aro ijko wnnua nun pago 540, and conveyed to John T. ty and a lien wilt be retained on said so.ibou. Luke Nokonl nu tho west side of the Wlmsatt by T. A. Wlnuutt by deed laud until tho bald purchaso bonds Continental Divide near tho head ot record lu Ohio County C'lerk'B of- aro fully paid. waters fo North Inlet. They Ho In fice In Deed Book 44, pago 541. Said Given under my baud, this tho doop gorges surrounded by lofty land wilt bo sold ou a credit of U 14th day of Juno, 1917. Lake Nuulta, nt the foot months and tho proceeds of tho sale mountains. OTTO O. MARTIN, of Andrews Peak, Is ono ot the most will llrst bo applied to tho satisfac- 50t3 Master ConiMiltisloner tion of the plaintiff's debt, interest romantic In tlio Hockfos. V. K. Smith nlid B. M. Woedward, The new trail will striko iu to theso and cost uud tho balance, it auy, to Attorneys. sals-factio- New VdrU. .Turn) 19. J'JUO.OOO in fator at A verdict or Amstonlum, Juno 17 (via London) According to tho Telesraaf, the (Jorninn steamship Turin, which was reported to have struck a mine off the Dutch coait while bound for Amsterdam from Sweden in reality was torpedoed by a submarlue. Sho remained afloat. Peel rijrht all the time. Don't lay o(J from work for days by taking calomel rwhen pleasant Lax kecp3 yorf on your feet, while- relieving your trouble. Safer too, and easy to tako. Don't tako anything- - else. You can't afford it. Eliminate:! poisons, cleanses system and relieves constipation.' A natural remedy, natural in its actions, sura in its effect and certain iu results. It won't bo long before Liv Vc'Lax wil) completely displace calomel in evert home.;. Children can tako it freely an) with perfect safety. Every bottlozuar-anteei-l. 50c and $t in bottles. "Nona genuine without tlio likeness and faisna tare of JL". K. GriK&by. For salo by JJo-Ve- Luc-iugto- J. H. WILLIAMS. - Hartford Ky. lf &Y Children Ory I to-w- lt: Celeliritol (or sty!?, perfect fit, simplicity aai reliability nearly 43 yeJrs. SaM in nearly ami P every cityor by Unrn in the UinleJ Sntrj anil a Cina.li, null dlrcit. More mU lliaa f iny other nuke. ScrJ lor free utalnguc, McCALIS MAGAZINE More subscribers Una any otliei fsshiot migasine million a montli. Invaluable. Latest styles, psttcrns, dressmaking, millinery, plain sewing;, fancy needlework, iiainlrcssini,', ctuiuettr, Roui stories, etc Onlv 60 cents year (worth diublc), including as irvo paltein. Subscribe today, or send fur sample copy. rONDEBFUL IMOUCEMENTS ta Acents. Ivstal brings premium catalogua and new ca-- pri ollcra. Addrcsi'- I UeCALL PATTERNS X BX - HcCiU C J GS1 -- ZU l 2M If. J71n SI, NEvf you i ' i.v'wiaiiKmuMirrj : rTMk i to-wl- &Bcinc wnen evrthiug elas Cilia. n nervoui and lemalt woakn3e tney ors ths supremo remedy, m ihousaud3 hav tMtilicd. v'v'" m n ia M las S:ced rs FOR KIDNEY, UVEH APJD STOiVrACH rt it ia lh be6t medlcica ever vAi over a druggia 3 counter. TROU3LE m Every Womuai Wans TA FOR PERSONAL HYCIEME Disiolycc in water fcr douche ikon motion. Itecorameoded by Lydia E. PirJiliact Med. Co. for ten ycanv. A beulinir vonder for usual catarrh, tore throfttand tore aye. EconumlcaL llu srjuanluis.y dcsoMna snrl svuksUI wf. jr3. TlMHssjiiroJrsCjuip.sr.Baii.iVss..y pelvic catarrh, ulceratloa nd irvflam S ( -- ' tt mwTrv"7Wiffu FRAUD ORDER FOR 1 das Ihls week with friends in Oweaj-bcr- o. To Continue In Operation Throughout the Year rallon-T- HE Glenmore Expects Hi ' OHIO COUNTY CO. CONCEKN CHA Mi- IT. PLEASANT ni) WITH WIlONOFt'L or I'SH MAILS. In time of Peace the "Mortgage Lifter." HOG. time of War the soldier's Washington, Juno IS. Postmaster Gen. Durleson todny Issued a fraud order against tho Hydroplane Construction Company, of Point Pleasant, Ky. TIA memorandum given out In the case says tills alleged concern Ins been using tho malls to solicit orders for mntorboats, that Its factory consists of one blacksmith shop ind Hint it is not In a position to fill the orders. Remittances varying from $20 o 5S00 havo been received, the Inspectors reported, and orders havo not been tilled. llepresentutivo A. D. House, of the Covington district, escorted A. 15. House, Jr., to tho floor of the holism during today's session. A. B . Jr.. Is 10 years old nnd the youngest person who ever occupied a seat in the House while the mill w ,s grinding. When he saw his mother in the isitors' gallery he started a fus.-- that" caused the solon to boat a haitv retreat wlfii the youngster in his arms. law-maki- ii grasses into edible The line will convert the farm grown Brains and animal. It docs nut human food more cfllclrnlly than any other farm of meat producers, take two years for the hog "to mobilize Into an army your six to eight months Is' ample time to pay your.debts or to feed nation's A Any and Navy. Commence feeding now as a patriotic measure as well as for big profits and quick icttirns. lifeboat possibilities can be obtained by tha use of our LIQUID FEED. Owensboro, Glenmore Distilleries Co. (INCORPORATED! a royal Kentucky from Duke ami Miss Bessie Mason leftFriday for I.WIIiir Green where she will attend Iho Summer term at tho Normal Allmrt Howe who has been nttmd-In- i; HnvS'ormn' at Bowling Green is at homo. Jin. J. J. Wlllet filled his regular i ppolntment here Saturday and Sunday. His home tl.ls month waH Mlh Mr. mil Mrs. Alv, Cnlowny. r.llis Annie loiter went with hrr on an null lg School cli-sPat u: nay. E'eiy one. reported a Joily pood time The young people's Auxiliary Club will give a ph.-- Saturday night June 2"! The proceeds will bo .used for tho unlit to Hi' Baptist Church. s ANNOUNCEMENTS. I Xidlir Announcements for county olllres publlKhid In this column until tho Primary. $5.00 In advance. District olllcvs. $2.4. We are nitlliorlzid to nnnounco the cnndldnay of I.. I.. hMllltV for the for RepreHcpublirnu nomination sentative of Ohio county. Subject to tho Primary Election, Saturday, August 4, 1S17. 4 Republican nomlantlon far Jailer of Olil county. Subject to Win Primary Election, Saturday, August 4, 1017. t th We nre authorized to announoa ttin cnmlldncy of .1. W. I'UVAM, for Uia Republican nomlantlon for Jailer of to the PriOhio county. Subject mary Election, Saturday, Augast 4, 1917. We are authorized to announce tha candidacy of K. E. TI.NHLKV for tho Republican nomination for Jailer of Ohio county. Subject to the Primary Election, August 4, 1917. For Itcpn'urilntlte. GERMANS REOPEN OLD ROMAN welcomo King. MINE Wo wonder If the President will still Insist we must havo peace with out a victory. SHAFT CLOSED FOR CEN'JTltlES Congress is going to Impose a tax DISCOVEKED, NOW WOHlv- or $60.00 a hundred pounds on TEUTONS. ED BV grain used In the making of llquor3 but the happy backwoodsman may still set a jir of elder Juice In the Frankfort, June. In the romatlc south window of his cabin. Naho, between valley of BALD KNOB NEJVS. Kreuznach an-- l St. TVendel. German Gen. Pershtug received a great Juno IS. Wo are all very thank.!..!.. .....liinAra lifiin fflliml imHeilt Let us hope he ful for the good rainj which we are copper" mines, forgotten for centuries ovation in France capturing tho having, which i. causing ua to have better luck These are now In full operation unusually good crops this spring. iser man in cormuB are yielding law quanl- again and Born to Mr. nnd Mrs. C. ii Taj lor, ties of the metal that hat become so, ! Dante! E. O'Sulltvan writes a on tho 10th a fine boy. Mother and ,1PPpi,11Itl 'Deputy Eugene Ahresch. an eugl- - knsftliy article la a Loui.sTille paper babe tiolug well. Mrs. J. M Smderfur Is her neer of Naustadt. first called atten-- J uudsr the caption "The truth atiout d sou Mr. E. P. Sanderfur and 'uaily. lloifto the old mines. They had bem Percy Haley", but all the Browning filled hi regUrotht-- r and a good many Democrats acidenlally. appointment at this place to ready knew the truth about Percy, ular of experts was sent night and Sunday, with a good make an Investigation and ascertain- Our experience with pool has been attendance. copper ruined had ed that dozens of Prof. Henry Leach and son, Hinton been operated in this dislrict prob-- 1 confined to" awkvardly punching a Mrs. Mary Leach holes In the green cloth but still and sister-in-lav'eiirs ago. ifew :ihlv :i thousand Minnie vtMted I wo are sorry to hear that the first laud daughter Mi-Old Shaft Hosenbach, a'soldlera selected under the selective Mr. I.en Lach and family Ins wel:. In the valley. of the Miss Eithel Ray Miller spent li3t Hinnll tributur.vltfr the Nahc. the com- - draft will bo from the pool room "week with her cousins-- . Misses f'ennye discovered an old mine shaft ' loafeis. mission ar.d Mae Satidofur. which had been covered up hundreds Mrs. J. A. Davis Is visiting her The American Kxpre3s Company, Before" the bluft could be or years. of requires tho consiguees of liquor daughters Mrs. Mary Harney and opened again a I.nge number 1rees"lmd to bt cut down and It was hlpn'6nts to file affidavit! made bo- - Mrs. Luolia Shields, atxthis writing. Mr. J. T. Smith is improving. ' nece.sary to remove enormous quani- - fore a notary public that goods aro The wind storms which we have for per.ioual use etc. Glad wo aro a ties of e.irth. Penetrating into the mountain notary, and bet Tinsley gets a com- - been having havo dono considerably about 400 feet, the engineer reached mission at once. The said consignees damage to timber and orchard3 around here. a subterranean chamber or hull about i.fi mighty liberal with notaries. ninety feet high and thirty to flttyj NOTICE. feet wide one of the forgotten an- - I The management has sent Its local examination atce.it. tor free distribution in Ohio, A natty cien mine.. Tobar.o CJrow showed tho copper vein worked by forty tlcltets for tho Salt Hivor ox- - Knrmors er. Association. the olil Teutons, and probably also!curion August 5. No refreshments1 by the Romans, is still rich aud will will box served. Hvery tobacco grower and every be able to furnish a largo part of tho Tins, vlio is thi3 new Dr. Simmer- - person inturestcd In tho growing or copper needed by Germany for cenman you write about? What la htn selling of tobacco Is Invi'.-- d und n turies. quested to bo present at a meeting The main chamber of the mlno .speciullty, teeth, corns or hobiies? to bo held at Hartford, Ky Hatur- presents a wonderful picturu. with its Say, Tinsley, if you know anything Uy, Juno 3, at 2 p. m. bluish-whlt- o fctalactlle and stalag . ..... l... t , NT.. II ,P nun .......,!. nl... ....M..nn.v ui n.a.l ji.umi, I.n iiuJ uu iuiimi.-.-- j man mite formations and green malachi-- j llliaiivr IU .l unuui imi imn ,lt..i. you've said, say it. I feel awtul mo.in lug to diheuss methodn .is to tho Ilia- Frorn lliis dozens of Miiall tes shafts are driven deep Into Ilia moun-- 1 toward him but really I don't know position, handling" and selling of" the tains, all le.uling to rich deposits of of any meanness he's done, but then future crop. J. E. GHEGOHV, Pre.?. ho l liable to. An ounco of precopper. ventative is worth u pound of cure.' Worked Vmr- - Ac. MKJf WITHOUT DEPEMHCNTS Evidently the mine had been operOALI;K! .BV !IK.Hi!tiriT A busy farmer up in tho Magjn was ated long before blasting powder known. The tools found beern to neighborhood takes his shotgun to Washington. Juno 20. President have been manufactured between the the field with him every djy and the y Wilwm issued a proUam.iuon Tenth and Fourteenth Centuries. Tim candidates don't bother him. 0 designating the week of June mine was probably abandoned In the It must bo a sad season for Perry ' recruiting week for tho regular Thirty Yearn War. or even a century army, and called upon unmarried men ' earlier In an invasion by a lorelgn Crov.dor. away oft in California and without dopetldouiH to enroll for var n. iirlnuirv on in Ohio Countv. enemy. service in ordor- that the ranka of -oof Tho report of the commission the regulars mlsht bo fill d pomptly. Notlco In Ifcinkruptrj'. expeits was so favorably that the, 11IU l'l UUIitulUi.11111 IMllOWiti In the matter of bilaa J. llcnenor to work the mine 'Government decided "Proclamation by tho Pioaidcnt: and .several smaller cnn-- s In the same . In bankruptcy. "I lioioby designate tlio porloil of district. Preparations took many. To tho creditors or Silas J. county of !unf-- 23 to June 30 next an "RecruitModern plants . wero .. built ' emir of Mcllenry, In tho ... .... . i.i, ..r...f ni.i (.....! ing week" fur the regular army, and " .11... ailll'exilloltil (ITI Or lllO IlillU-- Illiaiiy "ill" .....i uiauiti muivwm, i u.jincall upon unmarried men betvocu the lias been started with splendid re- rupt. Notice is hereby given that on tho ags of 18 and 40 years, sho havo no sults. depdiidentu and who are not engaged For . military reasons the Govern- - lMli flay of Juno A. I). 1!17, tho .. . ..to the I.. I.. .M...irnni...l In j...rsuits vitally nocoi-wir...i.i lenrjnu- . um; oujuunin uept tint- source or ii i;np- - ' muu ml..:.. nient nati preserit meeting (inisooution of tho wai's-tper supply seurnt as much us pinHililo bankrupt, und that the first tlt?ir.!!2lvcs for enlistmciit dining tha however, and the ulstenee of tho or creditors will bo Jield at tlio law week rerein designated, to the num& Mm tin In mines lias only now become generally joiTW of lUavnu fe'd Ky., on I lie 13th day of July A. ber of 70, 000. woonnow wilson." .' ... p. in., at which time tho D. to 17, ut Sunday School said credltui'ii may attend, prove their Whooping Cough. The nieinlierii or the Dundee Clr- - elalniB. appoint a trustee, exaniiuo In this dijea.ie it is Important that cult, M. E. Cliurch South, will glvo n tho bankrupt and trim tact such other too:.p and u Sunday Schowi I'le-nl- c at Sulphur jhtisiuesu as niuy properly conio be- - the cough be,. .kept easy, v'lilcli cau bo dono by Spriugs on July 4th. Proceeds to bo foio said meeting. giving Chamberlain' Cough Itemed. apiilied on Indebtedness on Pelltifiii filed June IGih, 1'J17. Mrn. P. II. Martin, Peru, Ind., writes, ' J. A. DEAN, Come out and help at Dundee. "My two daughters had vliooning In u worthy caiu.e. Itefree In Bankruptcy. cough. I gave thorn Chamberlain'.! 11)17. Owensboro, Ky., Juno 19th, Cough Remedy and It worked liko a cHarm." in Do You Kiiom 'Hint. itians onm.v KTitii.va. Civilian health lu Iho rock upon Wheat In Indlnnn mid Kentucky. which military elllcieucy rests? of Agrlcultur.o Tho Department (By J. II. Thomas.) The little house ily is a (langorous estimates that tills year'o- - Indiana IfJudge Wilson's Magisterial Dls thing, The time to "swat 'em" is in wheat crop will exceed that ol last trlctlng Committee' report holds, wo tho bprlug? year by nearly (".,000,1100 bushels. shall live In a Magisterial district' The Ingestion or wood nlchol may The Indiana crop Is 21,287,000 Hint stretches all tho way from Da- - produce blindness? bushels, as against 10,140,000 bushvie to tiruymn counties, or as the Swimming Is a healthful exorcise'' els last year, aud five-yeaverugo lest traveler said iroia hell to Ilur- Human Irvluga am the great ngen-per- 's of It.aOii.OOO bushels, Ferry. Wo see now why the do in the spread or human diseases? wheal crop thfl The Kentucky Judge did not stand for No community can In really sue- - year is eutlmaled by tho department eessful without safe waste disposal? to bo 7,320,000 bushels,, as against 4-Ohio county has the biggest crop' B, 010, 000 bushels last year, nnd a tlve-ycof Irish potatoes and candidates lu MAKJ1IAOH LICKNSli ISStlllD , uvernco ot ,813,000 Hindi f Its entire history. SINCE OUIt lAK'i' HIIPOltT ela. tho-Klver Slight Bo a King. The second olllccr of the brig was in the act of upbraiding the able seaman, Aaron Tappln, for his weakness for rum. Said 'the- srcoml tilflcor: "Tappln, you might be a second e olllccr like me Instead or a sailor the iiiiiil." "Stow that stuff," answered the able se.imnn. "When I'm drunk I'm an adiniial." London Opinion. ' m Commonwealth Docket July Term 191. First Day. July . (for orders) 515(5 Com'tli. vs. Ot.J Amc- -t tf'2 Com'tli. s. Poiter Evans 'I7.T Com'tli. .. I'.ei"tt t;u il8f Coin'th. v. Sirlhy rdorrii i!f.': Com'tli. n. Aithur Duncan "2(N C.v.;''i. s. Di.ijo Frey i200 Com'tli. v.. Sunn' o212 Com'tli. vs. Sa:r.o 5217 Com'tli. v: Ql.vide Giiivcs 321S Cim'th. v... Same 5210 Com'tli. s Same f220 Coin'th. vs. Ju'iin Durham, Sr.. rt al. Murray Cnj'" V221 Com'th. Taiv:i'1 Hamilton "225 Cmr.'th. :22(f C m'th. V.urrav Cnmis ( buuie Allen. &r. '2:!0 Com'tH. 52;' 1 Coin'th. .Icssi FulkMro:i, et al. C2";l Com'th. ClauiW CI rave.! 52,T) Com'th. Murrav Maihlo1; 5211 Com'th. Jesse Fulkeuwi.et . al. 52 12 'Com'th. vs. Slarj- - Lour 5243 Com'tli. vs. Herman Moiris 52 Com'th. vs. Owen Cmwo 5215 Com'th. vs. Eha Allen, el al. 521(5 Com'th. vs. Claude Allen, ct al. 5250 Com'tl'. Newt Dennu. ol al. 525D Com'th. vs. Heed Hurt, et al. 52C5 Com'th. vs. a HiniM, et al. 526U Com'th. vs.iClayhorne Wilton, et al. 5277 Com'th. V3. Owen Cash, ot al. 5278 Com'th. vs. Henry Wlnttaker 5281 Com'th. vk Hcrb.-i- t M'ik."' 5200 Com'th. va. Te.!ie Ba-!'- tt 520.1 Com'th. vm. ?ame i!f1 Com'th. vs. Jsc Vly, et :.!. 5295 Com'tli. vs. ("aule D. Dtvih .J.7 Com'tli. . (jiie Uavis 2:') C hi t,'tvs. Caeev DaCmn Wr, tni'.'i. vs. JiarRJuilI Vail "::i:i Com'th. vs. (ntt:- I'aria Vl 11 Com'th. va. Tom Oiler .":',i) '. s. Dave Duke " 1 Com'tli. v. .S'iii-k- ! ".".'iTi Com'th. vs. Kamo .''"(! Cne.'th. vs. .'j.'imc 1 1 I--- ,,... vis-tin- P.epubli-re-dlscovere- by-H- lm Aim Pat-i-rda- y , I , i to-da- 2H-3- t - vs. .Same !. sitjne vs. y: :.t. Domrias villi t;.mrtli. vr,. Waiter v.' nt y.llO (.'.,n'Hi. v.i. Everett Kitohen.i ".r0 Com''' i. va. .T(.e Irii'mi ,!( ii. v.s.'N't Ivin fitMjjliT'O l "i": C.m'lh a. Alvev P'oif'o -.Mil Com'th. y.s. .''rime ViCi Com'tli. vs. Moso Hurt 5(105 Com'th. vs. .'lame 'ir.cn c.'jir'". vs. Manon Likens j;:G7 c im'th. vs. funic oTO Com'th. va. l'JIilridf-- p SHlner ".T( C'lm'l'i. vs. Claude Ford vs. Elvis -' Com'tli. V",". C.m'Mi. vs. Claude Ford Cvn'tii. vs. Kl vis C.ranl &c. Vnr Com'Mi. v.5. Claude 5:'.::7 Om'fh. sr.ia Coi'i"'i. "i:;;r.i Omith. ":2 :- G.-a- nt "'; Ttch-montli- s-. 527". 5230 Cum'tli. v3. Saino -- First IKy, July 2J. (trial deduct) Cim'th. vs. Moso Vilson vrf. i. - ratl ?2 i . .... - Hart-know- n. 1 IMc-nl- c. cxpec-torallo- r Com'th. v.i. finiwi Second D.iv, July ."(J. 517 ( m'th. va. CHarle. WtilliVan r2i;i Com'th. vs. UufHK Minton 5270 Com'tli. vs. Joe St. Clnlr. el a!. 52S2 Com'th. v:i. Joe Norris 52'p Cm't'i. va. .Starliup; Eid..on, 5:128 Com'tli. vs. Ct Wilkrrwm o3li Com'th. vs. Tip Ucnslcy '.'j51 C'm'th. vs. Ab Lavrence VM Com'th. v.s. L. ?l. Jtoar'a ""i35i; Com'tli. vb. Livonnrd Anderson 5!f7 Co.n'th. vs. S:uiio f:;5ri Coin'Mi.'vs. 1'o.vj Durall 5:;5 Com'th. vs. George Hillianl Thitd Day, July Itli. 5.00 Cori'th. s. I). L. Paris "'I20 Com'tli. vn.' Ernest Litsoy '.'(iO Com'th. vs. Joo 'I'ato O'lOl Cam'tli. vs. .Same ?::C2 CeiA'iH. V3. Same ""ft! Com'th. v.i. Uolieit llono ri.'l7t! Cnni'fh. vs. Joo Tnto 5;i77 Com'th. va. Sai'io 5.T78 Com'th. vs. Sumo Fourlli Day ..July 5th. S'!27 Com'th. vs. William Olis 15cv- ';-- vs. WJ'i t,.'n'th. vs. 5;i40 Com'th. va. 5.'uG Com'th. vs. l i.'in'tli. vs. Cji-'U- nM Ciiu'tb. Did: Mtewmt Hariiin Taune.-- , Ike France. &.. Cene Allen Tom Crahan Cl:i::lie Hoover &c j'.oMh 5;i8l Com'tli. v. Same 5385 Com'in. vs. Sami. 6080 Com'th. vs. American Co. fi:i87 Com'tli. vs. Same 5.'!83 Com'tli. vn. Same 5.'IS! Com'th. vc. Same CMO jMI) Com'th. vs. Tom 538ii C nii'lli. va. Hendeisoii ttiK Co. Brew F.vpreai J nr i We were In Ilarlford Monday aud ' Clarence Duiall, Rockpert, to Edi- -' Vlslied tho ltepublicuin olllce. Jackson, Itoclcport. Wayne Leach, Beaver Dam, lor Tinsley 'pcarcd a little cool hut In tb composing room wo received Mattio Porter, Beaver Dam. to (JKN'i'IiltTOWN. 3:'.91 r.S!)5 Mies Grace HHeades Is visiting "OTB at Beaver Dam (his week. rf'.l7 Ml:Js l'mrl Tlchcnor spent a few n 5391 Com'th. vs. Same G:i!2 Com'th. vs. Same 5303 Com'th. vs. Sanif Com'th. vs. Same We nre authorized to announce the S. A. LEE for the tta- -. We nre authorized to announce the publican nomination for Jailer ol Ohio county. Subject to the Primary candidacy or .1. D. Illl.li for the nomination for Representa- Election, August 4, 1917. tive of Ohio County. Subject to tho Wo are authorized to nnnnunce tho Primary Election, Saturday, August crndldncy ef .1. T. WEDDINd for tho I, 1917. Republican nomination for Jailer ot Ohio county. Subject" to the PrimaFor Count) Judge. We are authorized to announce the ry Election, August 4, 1917. candidacy of .MACK COOK for the Republican nomination for Judge ot Wo nre authorized to announce th the Ohio County Court'. Subject to candidacy of CUARLEV JOHNSON the Primary Election. Saturday, Au- for the Republican nomination for gust 4, 1017. Jailer of Ohio county. Subject to the Primary Election, Saturday, AuWe nre authorized to announce tho gust 1, 1917. candidacy of It. It. WEHDINf" for the Ilep.ibtlc.in nomination forjudge We aro of the Onto County Court. Subject candidacy nuthorlzeil to nnnounco tha of C. for tho to the Primary Election, Saturday, nornliatlon for Jailer of August 4, 1017. OliJo county. Subject to the Primary We are authorized to announce the Election, Saturday, August I, 1917. . candidacy of It. B. MAUTIV for the We are authorized to announco the Republican nomination for Judge of of WOIITII TICHENOK the Ohio County Court. Subject to candid-icthe Primary Election, Saturday, Au- for the Republican nomination tor gust 4. 11117. Subject to Jailer of Ohio county . the Primary EIeUlyu. Saturday, Au' tj( We nre autnnrized to announce the gust 4, iriC. candidacy of .1. A. BKI.ltVMY for thu Republican nomination for Judge of We are authorized to announco tho the Ohio County Court. Subject to candid icy of .1. W. I'KF.ItV for tho the Primary Election. Aug. 4, 1017. Republican nomination for Jailer ot Subject to the PriOhio county. We aro authorized to announce the mary Election, Saturday, Augum cnndldiicj of SILAS L. STEVENS for 4. 1917. M the Republican nomination for Judge County Court. Subject Wo aro authorized to announco tho of the Ohio to the Primary Election, Saturday, candidacy of P. M. ItltOWN for tho August 4, 1917. Republican nomination far Jailer ot Subject to tho PrimaOhio rounty. We nre authorized to announce the ry Election". Saturday, August 4, candidacy ot WINSON SMITH for tho 1917. Republican nomination for Judge of tho Ohio County Com I. Subject to, I'or Atwciwor. the primary Election, Saturday, AuWe are authorized to announco tho gust 4. J317. candidacy of D. E. U'.lltl) for tho Republican nomtuitloii for Assessor Wo aro authorised to announce the of Ohio rounty. Subject to the Pricandidacy of I.. It. TICHE.NOIt for mary" Election, Saturday, August 4, Judge 1017. the Democratic nomination for of the Ohio County Court. Subject to the Primary Election Saturday, For Coroner. August 4, 1017. We are authorized to nnnounco tho candidacy of DU. A: It. 1111,1 'V for For County Attorney. the Repiibllc.1 nomination for CorWe arj3 authorized to announce the oner of Ohio county. Subject to tho candidacy of A. D. KIRK for the Re'Miliary Election"; Saturday, August publican nomination for County At- K th. 1917. torney of Ohio county. Subject to the Primary Election, Saturday, AuFor SI.igiHtriite. gust J. 1917. Vp are authorized to announco tho candidacy of W. V. DAL'OIIEKTV for the Republican nomination for Jus. For County Couit fieri:. Wo are authorized to Announce the tice of Peace. Roslno Magisterial DIs-tilSubj-c- t to the Prlmaiy Eleccandidacy of W. V. I'.LANKENhlllP I, 1917. for tho Republican nomination for tion, Saturday-Augu- st County Court Clerk of Ohio county. Wo arc authorized to announce tho Subject to the Primary Election, candlducy of JAS. A. IIOLINC for tho Saturduy, August 4, 1917. Republican nomination tor Justice ot Wo are authorized to announce the the Peace, Sulphur Springi District. candidacy of SI. F.'C'HL'.MI.KV for the Subject to the Primary Election, SatRepublican nomination for County urday, August 4. 1917. Court Clerk of Ohio county. Subject Wo aro authorized to announco tho to tho Pituinryi Election, Saturday, candidacy of E. W. JACKSON for August 4, 1917. tho Republic:..! nomination for JusWe are utithorlzed to announce tin tice ot tho Peace, Beaver Dam Discnmlldncy of L. II. fo.MMT tor the trict. Subject to tho Primary ElecRepublican nomination for County tion, Saturday, August 4, 1917. Court Clerk of Ohio county. Subject Wo are authorized to nnnnunce tho ,to the Primary Election, August 4. candidacy of .11. B. CICOWDKIt 1917. for iho Republican nomination for Justice of tho Peace, Rosine Magisterial For Sheriff. Primary Wo are authorized to announco the district. Subject to tho candidacy of . A. ItAl.IMI for the Election, Saturday,' August 4, 1917. t Il(tp!lran nomination lor Sheriff of We aro authorized to nnnounco 1t4 Ohlu coiiut. Subject, to the Primary Election, Saturday, August 4, candidacy of W. S. DEAN for tho iiniiilnntliiii ri-- IiuMk n 1917. the Peaibo. Sulphur Springs Magister We are authorised to nnnounco the ial iiimrjci. sunjeci to tho Primary candidacy of S. A. ItKATCHKU for Election, Satuulay, August 4, 1917. the Republican nomination for SherWo are authorized to iimiounro tlr. iff of Ohio county. Subject to the Primary Election, Saturday, Augiut CJiidldiicy.of S. W. LEACH for tho Republican nomination for Justice or " 4, 1917. tho Peace. Beiver Dam Magisterial district. Subject to tho Wo arc authorized to announco the Election, Saturday. August 1,primary 1917. (J. P. JONES for the candidacy ot Republican nomination for Sheriff We aro authorized to nnnounco tho of Ohio county. Subject to tho Pri- candidacy of J. V. HACEIISIAN for mary Election, Saturday, August 4, the Democratic nomination for Jub-tlc- o 1917. of thu Peace. Hartfunt Mnelep- lal District. Subject to Wo aro authorized to announco the Election Saturday. Ang. tho Primary 4.' 1917. candidacy of H. K. BENNETT for the j Democratic nomination for Sheriff ot Wo nro Ohio county. Subject to the Primary nandldacy authorized to niiiinunco tho Election, Saturday, August 4, 1917. Republican of J. H. DANIEL for llio nomination for Justico of tho Peace. llarUotln Magisterial I'or Superintendent. District. Subject the Nolo Women wno aro legally Election, Saturday,toAiiKust Primary 4, 1917. (nullified, are entitled to vote for School Superintendent in both, PriWe aro authorized 0 announco tho mary .and Final Election... candidacy of ED SHOWN for tho Republican nomination Wo aro authorized to announco the or tho Peace. Hartford ror Jiislico Magisterial candidacy ot K. S. HOWARD for the District. Subject to tho Primary Republican nomination for Superin- Election, Saturday, Aimuut 4, 1917, tendent ot Schools of Ohio county. Subject to the Primary Election, Wo nro (MithorUed to nnnounco tho Saturday, Augiibt 4, 1917. ' candidacy r Q. n. BROWN for tho i Kupuhllean Wo aro authorized to announco the tho Featv, nomination for Justice of Itockport District. Sub-Jecandlducy of SIHS. I. H. MASON for to tlm the Republican nomination for Super- day, AugustPrimary Election, Satur4 tH 1917. intendent ot Schools of Ohio county. Subject to the Piimary Election, SatWe are authorized to annouuoo urday, August 4. 1917. candidacy or TOM COX, for tho tho nomination for Jullco of For Jailer. tho Peace, for tho Roslno District. Wo are authorized to nnnounco the Subject to tho Primary Election. candidacy of M. O. SHUOADKB far Aucust 4th., 1917. We are authorized to nnnonnce the candidacy of nit. W. I.. LAWLACK for tho Republican nomination for Representative of Ohio county. Subject to the Primary Election Saturday, August 4, 1!17. 'candidacy of ct i Com'th. vs. Same Cmn'tli. vs. Adams lOxpreaa Co. Ccm'th. vs. Same Com'th;. V3. Anu'ilcan Kxprosa Co. CALLON THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN FOR FINEjJOB PRINTING . r.v--