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County Court appointing" tho Commissioners did not stato tho facts ROOSEVELT BOYS giving It Jurisdiction. 2 Tho reapportionment cannot GONE TO FRANCE bo mado within GO days of the Primary election at which Candidates for Maglstrato nro chosen. 3 Tho report of tho Commissioners, Stevens nnd Render Is void be- .MAJ. T. It. JR., AND CAPT. AltCHIE TO UK IX PERSUIXG'S cause It attempts to abolish ono of HEADQUARTERS. ' tho now existing districts. 4 The report of the Commissioners, Stovens and Render, Is void be cause It docs not comply wth the TWO OTHERS TO FOLLOW Statuto In laying off the boundaries of tho various districts proposed. 5 That the districts as proposed Qiicntln in lljint; Corps Son-in- by tho Commissioners, Stevens and Luw of Col. T. R.Will Render, are unequal In area and popAlio Go. ulation nnd tho division unfair to the peoplo residing in the respective dis- U. S. TROOPS Iff FRANCE Advance Guard of The Mighty American Army Arrives at French Port Without Mishap. VAST EXPEDITION DEFIES r,i TS k" It 'P dWaj. Gen.Sibert, Kcntuckian. In Charge of First Force Which Will Take Its Place Beside The Allies On West Front. Gen. Pershing was summoned quietHis arrival crely to Washington. ated soino speculation In tho press, but nt tho request of Secretary Baker tho newspapers generally refrained from discussion of this point. Frantic Clieern Greet Americans. A French Seaport, Juno 27. Tha second contingent of American troops arrived and disembarked this morning. Tho troops landed amid the fran tic cheers of the peoplo, who had gathered for hours before In antici pation of duplicating yesterday's surprise. Enthusiasm roso to fever pitch when it was loarnod that the transports nnd convoys had successfully The' nassed tho submarliio zone. port was speedily beflagged In honor of tho occasion. All of tlto troops now arrived woro y to a camp not transferred distant from this point, whero MaJ. Gen. William L. Sibert Is Installed. Thonco they probably will go soon to a point near tho front. to-da- k , . Washington, Juno 27. Tho ad- anco guard of the mighty army of tho United States Is preparing Is Germany to Bend against In do- on Kronen soil flanco of tho German submarines thousands of seasoned regulars and marines, trained lighting men with tho tan of long service on tho Mexican border, or In Haiti or Santo Domingo, still on tholr faces, have hastened overseas to fight besldo the Krcnch tho British, tho Russian, tho Portuguese and the Italian troops on tho western front. News of the safe arrival of tho troops sont a new thrill through "Washington. No formal announcement came from tho War Department. Nono will como, probably until MaJ. Gen. Pershing's olllclal report has been received. Then there may bo a statement as to tho numbers of tho advance nml composition jjuard. II I, t- Si Under MaJ. Gen. Sibert. Press dispatches from Kranco, presumably sent toward with tho approval of Gen. Pershing's stafT, show Sheep. MaJ. Gen. Slbort, one of tho Profit on that new Major Generals of the army, has Esq. Leslie Combs, of Hartford, beon given command of the first forco It. 2, recently Bold tho clip of wool sent abroad, under Gen. Pershing as and Idmbs produced from sixteen commander In chief of tho expedition. head of cwe3 this prlng for the round One thing Rtands out sharply, des-nlt- o sum of $27C, or practically ?17.17 the fact that tho size of tho profit per each owe. Ask Lcsllo If task that has been accomplished Is ho thinks It pays to raiso sheep. not fully revealed ns yet. This Is that tho American enterprise has set a now record tor tho transportation REAPPORTIONMENT; of troops. Considering tho distance to bo covOF OHIO COUNTY ered nnd tho fact that nil preparations had to bo made after tho order came from the White House the night of May lS.lt Is practically cer- TWO IXCOMPLRTE HEARINGS tain that never before has a military HAD BEFORE JUDGE SLACK nssoni-bleexpedition of this size been IX OWEXSBORO. convoyod and landed without bo'shorAi tlmo by any mishap In nation. It is a good augury of nchlovemcnts. Tho only rival In the matter of C. W. Mosely, et, In magnitude Is tho movement 'of nl, redisricting Ohio County into British troops to South Africa In tho Magisterial Districts, tho exceptors, Iloor Wnr, nnd that was made oor--sea- s W. S. Dean and others filed their pethat wcro unhampered by sub- tition in Equity in tho Ohio Circuit marines, mines or othor obstacles. Court nnd asked for a Writ of Prohibition to be issued, restraining Judgo Net Guln To Allies. The Amorlcan forces will bo n net Jno. B. Wilson, Judgo of tho Ohio gain to tho Allies. It will throw no County Court, from entering his singlo burden of supply or equipment Judgment redisricting tho county as upon thorn. Tho troops will bo fed, proposod In tho report of tho Com clothed, armed'nnd equipped by tho missioner's, W. N. Stovens and E. F. Around them at the Render. A tomporary writ was Issued "United States. nro be- by tho Hon. R. W. Slack, Judgo of camp on Kronch soil ing stored supplies that will keop tho Ohio Circuit Court, pending a thorn going for ihonths and moro will hearing for a permanent writ nnd tho hearing on tho motion for a pormnu- follow. Gen. Pershing and his stuff havo ent writ was sot tor Juno 23rd, 1917. been busy for days preparing for tho nt tho Court Houso In Owonsboro. arrival of tho men. Dcsplto tho enor- About thirty persons and witnesses mous dlfllcultles of unproparedness wero present when tho motion was nnd submaruio dangors that faced callod boforo Judgo Slack on tho 23, them, tho plaiiB of tho Army Gonoral and tho entire day was taken up In Staff havo gono through with clock-llk- o preliminary matters and argument of precision. tho counsel, pro and con, on tho legal When. tho onlor camo to prcparo matters Involved and tho hearing not immediately an expondltlonary forco being comploted was continued over go to Prance virtually all of tho men to Tuesday Juno 2Gth, nt which tlmo on tho Judgo Slack again took up tho monow across tho seas wor Mexican border. Gen. Pershing htm-so- lt tion nnd heard tho evidence of tho was at his headquarters in San Plaintiffs. The Defendant notbolng Antonio. Thero wero no array trans- ready to introduce his proof asked ports nwillablo In tho Atlantic. The for moro tlmo and the matter was vesels that carried tho troops wero contiuod over until Monday July, 2 scattered on tholr usual routes. Army at which tlmo tho hearing will bo resorvo stores were still deploted from completed in Hartford. Tho Plaintiffs allege In their petithe border mobilization. Regiments tion for tho writ of prohibition sevworo below war strength. That vas tho condition "wlion Pres- eral grounds, as follows: 1 That Judgo Wilson was withident Wilson decided that tho plea of tho French High Commission should out Jurisdiction to try tho caso be,1)0 answorod and a forco of regulars cause noticed of tho proposed reaptent at onco to Franco. At his word portionment wero not posted as re('the War Department 'began to moro quired by law and the order of the d, fu-tu- ro -- I him his military aide with tho guard rank of Major. Ho held that post BRIDE BEHIND; during tho time ho was working In Connecticut, but resigned when ho returned to this city. In 1910 young PASTOR LEAVES Theodore, then 23 years old, was married to Miss Eleanor D. Alexan-- i der, and the marriage In the Presbyterian church had a WIPE DISCOVERS XOTE OXIA' UPOX HER RETURX FROM smack of tho army to It, for conspiVISIT. cuous among the guests were many Rough Riders, somo In their old togs. When the Plattsburg en mi) was .'opened last year Theodore was among HAD CHANGED FAITH tho first to win admittance. Based partly on what he learned by diligent wrfL Mini" ft nrwl ntt wliof tin timl nlnTp M,,,,s,cr Recently a Bap. ed un In more or less close conned ChrlstIan. tlst, Now On Way to Hon with tho army, he took an examEurope. s' ination for Major In tho Reserve Corps. On February G of this year President Wilson signed Ills tricts. Princeton, Ky., June 2G. Tho r, Now York, Juno 2G. Col. Theo- - commission as Major of Infantry. That the defendant, Jno. 11. Wilson, Judge of the Ohio County dore Roosevelt, In a speech delivered Ho has spoken several times in Rev. E. C. Craven, who has been paschurch here Court, acted arbitrarily and had made In the interest of the Red Cross at, churches hero and at Oyster Bay on tor of the Christian up his mind in advance of tho trial Oyster Bay, made public the fact preparedness, and always emphasiz- - since early In February, is missing, as to what his Judgment would bo; that two of his sons had already gono ed tho need of tho country for "red- - nntl h,s br,l0 ot a lew months is that his Judgment was not supported to France, and that "tho others aro blooded men who wero awake to ob - (much distressed over his dlsappear- tourlntr by tho evidence nnd that ho heard to follow," The two who havo gone ligation as regards national service." ance. In a car, the property of his wife, he left no evidence at all on the part of the aro MaJ. Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., Archio Liked tho Big Guns. and Capt. Archio Roosevelt, both of Archie, the third son of the Colon- here last Thursday and has not been, petitioners. On the hearing last Tuesday var whom, It is understood, will bo at- el, was noted while at the White heard from since. His wife, who was ious iwtnesscs testified to the arbit- tached to Gen. Pershing's headquar-tre- s. House tor his chumminess with the a wealthy widow of Eminence, Ky rary ruling of Judgo Wilson; that Tho announcement that they army officers detailed at the Execu when he married her, and her little tho Districts as proposed by the Com- had been detailed to special duty was tive Mansion. Yet when ho reached daughter, were visiting in Eminence missioners Stevens and Render, arc recently made in an army order. the proper age ho slipped over to at the time of the disappearance, and unequal in area and population and This is the first installment of tho Boston from Harvard and enrolled was not aware that her husband had that there Is no neccesslty for a re- Colonel's famous pledge that ho and In the Naval Militia, where, as he ex- left Princeton until, upon her return, apportionment of Ohio County into his tour sons and at least one of his pressed it, he'd get a chance back of she found a note In which he inMagisterial Districts and that the would bo ready to Join the big guns. When, however, his formed her that when she reached Magfstrlal Districts ns now composed the country's forces whenever tho oc brother went to Plattsburg, Archie home he would be aboard a vessel en arc more equal In population and casion arose. The other sons are al- decided to go along. Though he com route to Europe. Little was known of the Rev. Mr. area and more convenient to the peo ready In tho service, and Dr. Richard pleted the course, he retained his plo residing in the various districts Derby, tho Colonel's Is a membership in the naval service, and Craven before his arrival here'to take Major in the army reserve Medical on April 11 of this year, when it was charge of the Christain cliurch other Corps. reported that the Massachusetts mili- than that he had served as pastor of FEAR CREW LOST. Theodoro Roosevelt, Jr., and Ar- tiamen were to be called out, Boston the Baptist church at Eminence, Ky., chie Roosevelt were both among tho was surprised by the announcement where he met tho widow, who later Xo Trace of Fifty of nrltihh Ship members of the original Plattsburg that "young Archie" was to wed Miss became his bride. He went to EmFound. training camp In 1915, and Theo- Grace Lockwood, daughter of Mr, inence from Louisville, where a few weeks" at the Southern dore was one of tho group of Harvard and Mrs. Thomas St. John Lockwood Bnso of tho American riotilla la men from whoso decision, on the day of that city.. The day following, Baptist Theological Seminary. After British Waters, June 2G. One of tho after the Lusitania was sunk, that Washington announced that young , occupying the Baptist pulpit at Em American destroyers In tho patrol flo- something would have to be done to Roosevelt had . successfully passed inence several weeks he surprised his prayer-meetin- g one tilla reported Monday morning she help get the country into a state of his examination for a Second Lieut- congregation was unable to find any trace of the better preparedness for war, tho enancy in tho Infantry Reserve. night by announcing that he could fifty members of tho crew of a Brit- Plattsjjiirg movement originated. Three days latex; Miss Lockwood and no longer servo themtas pastor for n that he wasno longer a ish merch'atman, which was being " ho were married In Emanuel "church (Both Wero In Mllltlu. believer in the Baptist doctrine. by a submarine when tho attacked Bothj of them havo besides been In Boston. Renounces Baptist Faith. American craft snatched tho Brit- members of militia organization, It was learned that the aviator On tho following Sunday night the isher's wireless distress call from the Theodore having held the post of who circled over Oyster Bay on SatMajor In the Connecticut Guard, and urday and made a series of maneu- Rev. Mr. Craven united with the air. "Submarine shelling us," was the Archie having served In the naval vers over Sagamore Hill jvas Quen-tl- n Christain church, of which the Rev. first messages the destroyer picked up. militia of Massachusetts. Theodore Roosevelt,, tho youngest son of W. D. Eldred is pastor, at Eminence, The position showed tho Britisher Roosevelt, Jr., began his personal ex- Col. Roosevelt, who Is In training at and a week later preached tor Mr. was 90 miles away, which meant a perience of military affairs on a bit- Mlneola for the aviation service. Al- Eldred In the latter's absence. run of flvo hours through high seas terly cold afternoon In April, 1908, though he has been In training only Through the Row Mr. Eldred, Mr. for tho destroyer. when he stolo away from tho White about two months, Mr. Roosevelt has Craven met the Rev. H. Vf. Elliot, of the Tho American craft was Just get- House tor a long trip In an army bal- shown great aptitude as a flier. Yes- Kentucky State evangelist ting under full speed when her wlre-les- s loon. terday was his first venture as far Christain church, and It was through sounded tho second nnd final A second trip in tho air convinced from Hempstead Plains as Oyster Mr. Elliot that the Rev. Mr. Craven became pastor of tho Christain churmessage. It read: "Abandoning ship.' him that his particular sphere was Bay. ch here. , mm Only floating wreckago greeted the aeronautics, and shortly after ho Mrs. Craven, before her marclage American bluo Jackets when they filed an application for membership a few months ago, was Mrs. Kate A PROCLAMATION BY reached tho scene, but they patrolled In the Aero Club. Caldwell, widow of C. A. Caldwell, the vicinity tor two days in the hopo While engaged In tho manufacture who was a "wealthy merchant of et finding somo survivors. Owing to of carpets at Watorbury, Conn., ho THE COUNTY JUDGE Eminence. She became acquainted the high seas It Ecems doubtful if any took a keen Interest In National with the- - Rev. Mr. Craven Just six of tho sunken vessel's crow were res- Guard affairs and within threo week's before their marriage, which cued by passing ships. months Gov. George LUley appointed JUDGE WILSON DESIGXATES v.l,took place at Hotel Henry Watter ; DEPEXDEXCE DAY FOR CO. son Jn Louisville, ' II. RECRUITING, Mis. Craven probably will renlaln HrS-UL- L LURING THEM, ON. here until sho disposes of the handsome furnlshingswith which she United States is now equipped the hew home of herself "Whereas the daughter, engaged in w'ar with an qnemy nation and husband and llttlo for tho causo of liberty and free gov- after which it is expected that she ernment both for ourselves nnd other will return to hor old home In or nations and having boen requested near Eminence. During his brief stay here, tho by Lieut. E. L. Barnett, recruiting officer for Co. H. 3rd. Ky. Inft., I Rev. Mr. Craven becamo well liked hereby designate July fourth next as Ho told beveral persons hero that he recruiting day for Company II, 3rd at one time was a surgeon In tho Ky. Inf., which company wasoragn-ize- d British army. Ho Is about 40 years and has been maintained In this old and posses a pleasant address. county. It Is my heart felt wish and hopo that Co. II may be filled to war INDICT 131 AS RESULT OF DEMONSTRATION strength by young men who are residents of tho iounty which It repreFreeport, 111., Juno 2G. Indictsents and that this may bo accomplished boforo tho call In selective ments against 134 alleged participdemonstration draft proceedings. I havo set apart ants in tho anti-dratho said day as a day on which all at Rockford, 111., Juno D, wero M. not exonrnt under draft regula- - turned before Judgo Kenesaw tlons may present themselves tor en Landls of tho Federal Court here Monday. Tho alleged ringleaders, listment." Clydo Howe, Emli Sehrom and Earl .JOHN B. WILSON, Cully, we're" charged with conspiracy Judgo Ohio County Court. Recruiting headquarters on tho .to thwart tho registration law; tho date named In this proclamation will others wore cnargeu wun violating bo established at Sulphur Springs, that law. Bonds for tho alleged leadKy. Tho main ofllco at Hartford ers was fixed u't 25,000 each and at will also bo kept open on that dato. $1,000 for tho others. Recruits who are accopted on July fourth may bo assured of tholr final (JAMP DANIEL ROOXE IS NAME SUGGESTED examination and transportation to Lexington, Ky., not later than July 8. A. L. .Smith, of Woodburn, War Indicatons aro that Co. H will bo filled on or Immediately 'after July ron county, suggests to the Courier-Journ- al that tho namo ot tho Louisfourth and when this Is dono the otH-c- o at Hartford will be closed and It ville cantonment bo "Camp Daniel will then be too late to go with your Boono.' Mr. Smith thinks this name friends and acquaintances. Tho total would bo tho most appropriate. Ho of Sarah Boone, enrollment is now more than one Is a hundred and full war strength Is ono who was a niece ot the famous pio- Bronttrup in San Franclteo ChronioM , ueer. . hundred fifty. . Fith-aven- Oftl-cre- seven-passeng- er x sons-in-la- w son-in-la- nt tho-reaso- y 1 &z&ZrvJ&' 4 ANTI-DRAF- T ft ro-n- great-grands- AIR SUPREMACY PLANS RUSHED AMERICA'S PROGRAM RKING PUT DKI'INITK INTO 8HAPK. est and most Inspiring enterprise In tho world's history, that of winning the war In tho air., There aro enormous obstacles In the way, but I am confident thoy can bo surmounted. The great American aerial navy is a certainty and Its realization is not for distant. UKGF.S PHYSICIAN'S HK MIAFTKI) FOR VAH DUTY Washington, Juno. 25. Application of a selective draft to provldo physicians and surgeons for the war armies was urged upon tho Defense Council's General Medical Hoard today by officers of tho medical section of tho New York National Defense Committee. Major Karl Connell, heading the Now Yorkers, submitted data to prove that out of 140,000 doctors In the United States less than one-haare available or desirable for .military service. He said the volunteer system failed to protect local medical needs and that the policy of allowing or urging doctors to volunteer Indiscriminately would result In confusion, waste and failure. The committee on standardization of medical and surgical supplies and equipment, which has been at work on tho problem of overcoming the shortage in surgical supplies and instruments, due to the large percentage of this material which has heretofore been Imported from Germany, lf to-d- FRENCH AND U. S. FIELDS Main TralnliiK To Ho Here, PnNliIng Touch Given In France. man howitzers aro moro than able to copo with them In battlcv thoir fighting efficiency should not ho underestimated. They cross trenchos from ten to fifteen feet In width nnd cut thru tho most elaborate barbed wire cntanglomcnts with caso. "They have caused us considerable FIGHTING FOHCKS OF U. H. NOW loss In flanking flro. The tanks have NUMHKR 7()0,l)UO TO been compared to tho ancient 800,000, of Pharaoh's tlmo, but tho comparison minimizes their attacking power, A moro historical TWO BRANCHES DOUBLE comparison would be tho battle elephants of Hannibal." HALF MILLION 3 tStftftVS NOTICE! BUY YOUR scyth-cd-charl- National Guard und Marines Near Ileqitlred Number, Regulars in thk district court - of thi: uniti:d statih America's aviation program, which Is being planned on a scale sufficient toswecp the German flyers out of the air ami literally .blind the German army, Is already under way. Congress will within the next few days be asked to appropriate to carry out these plans, hut in the maiitlmo the various branches of tho Federal Government that deal with aviation arc pushing the work of' preparation on a large scale with money already appropriated. Threo of tho great aviation Holds $000.-000,0- which the War Department has plan-no- d are actually under construction PATRIOTIC PLOWING sites for the other six fields have been chosen and work on them will reported that through soon begin. Cadets are now In trainamong American manufactur' granted. ing schools established In six repre- ers substantial progress had been June G. Walter Witness tho Honorablo sentative engineering colleges and made on Increasing the output for The regular army totaled a little Training planes have war purposes. universities. more than 100,000 men three months Evans, Judge of said Court, nnd the' already been ordered and will be The committee is rapidly perfect- ago, It is Hearing the 250,000 mark seal thereof, at Owensboro in said ml FJF1 5t& s?V1l'IVHlP?t40-i.t!KVready by the time the avialton fields ing a complete standardization of all today nnd War Department officials, district, on the 22nd day of Juno A. are completed; and the instruction medical Instruments and apparatus, backed by the press of tho country, D., 1917. A. G. RONALD. Clerk, of the first group of 500 aviators will througu ' ltich the slispku type ami aro bending every effort to bring it M. E. DUNN, D. C. begin not later than August 1. the smallest number of styles of in- up to 300,000 during the present America's Contribution. struments consistent with scientific week. Franco and Great Britain, as well performance will be turned out by all Guard, 150.000 The National as our own experts, have made it manufacturers. strong when war came, numbers DESTROY GERMAN NAVY plain they expect aircraft and avianearly 200,000 today, according to tors to bo one of America's greatest the host estimate available. Of that BY TORPEDO PLANES contributions to winning the war. TARS SHOT CUTS number nearly 75,000 actually are The Government can now say it is under arms, guarding against GerThe St. Paul Gardtn Bureau Enrouragcs Community Gardening actually embarked on the task of man plotters and doing tho Job in a Saint Paul families will scrvFca by removing tho back wheels of a IN HALF thorough and soldierly way as shown AKRO CLUB INDtmSE PLAN AR. FIFTY-FIV- E overcoming Its present deficiency in soldiers of tho soil when as 1 orii nutomouuo and replacing tho I unl y VOCATKII RY RKTIHKD RKAR V.'e believe the aviation. r.""i-by the trival damago tho plotters wheels with the tractor device. While thu many gardens aro planted on tho 1 A DM I HA I,. outlook promises a quick developa-nietract of land given by a local real estato picture shows three men operating it, tho have been able to inflict. firm for tho uso of homo gardens. Tho work is generally done by ono man aud of the enormous latest air reMarine Corps' Growth. SINKS GKK- BRITISH STKAMKK tract has been divided into lots of 30 by a wwcr plow. sources of the United States, which The marine corps, whose slogan of Flags will bo put up on tho plot and also 125 feet, and each family will plant a MAN SUIt. AT DISTANCE OF may be unprecedented In the military respected placards distributed by tho Saint Paul "First to fight," has been New York, Juno 25. Destruction supply pf vegetables. FIVK MILKS. history of tho world. Gardening Bureau, reading, "Honor tho by the Government In nttaching a of the Gorman fleet at Its' base by $ 'Hild cul laud Hag by nrotectin;; this garden as a part of America is responsible for the inseasoned regiment of sea soldiers to torpedo planes, which he styled the of rubbish and tho city hauled it away, tho nation's food supply." vention of both tho submarine and MaJ. Gen. Pershing's expeditionary most powerful and mobile of weap- -' The land has been made ready for Thii tract will lo ono of tho larscst In tho developement tho aeroplane. by a Staudo An Atlantic Port, June 25. Mem- rorce to France, has been raised from one, was advocated In a letter which mado community gardens in Saint Paul. It 11 "& tno of both she has allowed Europe to bers of the crew of a British steamer 17,000 to nearly 30,000 men. G' ktaudo Mnnufactumu estimated tli.it WK) ncrcs of city property Rear Admiral Bradley A. 1 Iske. re-- , Company, Saint Paul, Minnesota. never lcfore cultivated nro licing used for outstrip her. It is for us to show we which arrived here y reported bluejacket force of the tired, sent to tho Board of Govern- The regular Tho tractor attachment is brought into gardens in Saint Paul this year. can yet surpass both our enemies and having sunk an attacking German navy, the men behind the big guns ors the Aero Club of America. ; our Allies in the developement of submarine. The British vessel sent end who already aro trying their Suchofa weapon, Admiral FIske dethese two great Inventions which a shell into the U:boat's magazine. metal acalnst tho enemy In tho clared, would give the Allies comp- - nine miles of tortuous trails to tho Americans first conceived. Causing an explosion which parted waters olf the Irish coast under Vico iuiu ui uiu urui ovu. uvcii Tho Carnegie Fund has expended I. S. Has Itu.slicd I'lnii". the underwater boat about midship. Admiral Sims, or upon armed Ameri- tho shallow waters along the Gcrnun ,1Mnilrei,8 r of oUnni , surprise many people to Each end sank separately. It will The can freighters, has been raised from coast, and would prevent German , huR0 llon)l) )lt , M(mt know the United States has not only British steamer was uninjured. boys of the submarines from leaving ports. The IlulUlIB 00,000 to 120,000. The uson onservatory, which Is to rushed plans for completion of a The submarine was five miles dis- country have thronged to the navy in Aero Club, through Its governors, , house the mlrrow and Its telescopic large number of aviation training tant and running away after having such numbers that recruiting stations Indorsed the plan. apparatus, and all this expenditure schools in this country, but has se- attacked the Britisher nearly 400 could not bo built fast enough to ac"In air raids over the land the will go for naught If the lected a site and let contracts for miles off the coast of Ireland. commodate them. strategical advantage lies with Ger- accident happens to the giant slightest mlrrow construction of a duplicate of the Soon Got the Range. An entirely now forco of railway many," said Admiral Flske, "beAmerican standard According to the story told by tho engineers for duty In France to han- cause her most Important towns, like lu transit. It required twelve years to cast flying field in France to receive the gunner of the British steamer, the dle railway problems behind tho Berlin, nre farther Inland than the and shape this Immense disk. Be llrst llyers graduated from the Ameri- submarine was first seen when she Ight'ng lines, also has been created. most Important towns of the Allle3. fjardui, the woman's can fields. sent a shell at the steamer from a Recruiting figures nre not available hike Loudon. So the airplanes of the intibo of tho war it enn not bo dup tonic, helped Mrs. WilIt takes only four months to train distance of about 3,000 yeards. It fell but It Is known that some of the Allies, In order to reach Berlin would Heated In the rough, so its Intrinsic liam Eversolc, of Hazel valuu is inestimable. As America's now airmen short, and the steamer immediately regiments aro now at full strength a fi'-have to fly over greater distances Patch, Ky. Read what The mirror will ride on edge lu finish their training they will embark swung around so that her stern was and ready to go. Probably 12,000 wlille exposed to the lire of oilier airshe wriies: "I had a for Franco. On French soil, under toward the regi- planes, than do the Germans In go an octagonal airtight box that Is ten .getting the naval men have already Joined these brcakitig-dow- n Rcncral feet deep and about two feet wide French Instructors and with French gun at work. Eleven shots wore fired ments. ing to London. of my health. 1 was in Between the glass and the box will machines they will complete their in rapid succession, and each struck picked men are Forty thousand "For raids on naval vessels, how- lo successive layers bed for weeks, unable lo of carded wuod preparation for work at the front. closo to tho German. under strenuous training at the off- ever, the advantage, lies with the Al- padding. get up. I had such a This training field in France will I had tho rango after the icers' training camps, insuring good lies because their control of the deep "I knew weakness and dizziness, So accurate has been tho grinding be entirely a product of American second shot, and so did tho Ger- junior officers for the national urmy. waters of the North Sea enables them of thu big block of glass . . . and the pains were brains and American energy. The man," said tho British gunner. that Hie Other thousands are doing their share to establish a temporary aeronautical changes very ssvere. A friend in it from the heat of a man's buildings will bu constructed ahd the "Tho Germans were using their nt the medical corps and engineer base of mother ships suflicicntly closo body lo J mc I Jjad tried every-I- h threo feet away will affect its plans prepared by an 'American con- two guns, foro and aft, whllo we had corps training camps, and still others to the German fleets in Kiel and ig else, why not I'sefulness. tracting firm with materials shipped only one, but the shells wero falling are with the naval coast defense ro- while thu Germans could Cardui?... I did, and Tho mirror is thirteen Inches thick Horn the United States. short, und ho started to run. I fol- servoo keeping tho Atlantic coabt free not possibly establish an aeronautical soon saw it was helping Construction Work llcmtn. tons, lowed him with shell, and the twel- Irom the submarine menace and in baso suflicicntly closo to the British nnd weighs four and one-hame . . . After 12 bottles, it was ordered cast nt St. Gobaln's now engagThousands of men are fth, tho ono that sent him down, suring a clear road for the endless licet. I am strong and well." franco, in luori. it was received ed in preparation of the aviation struck Just abaft tho periscope. Ho stream of cargo carriers which are "This gives tho Allies tho great hero in 1909. Dayton, Ohio, Champaign, was then more (than 'J, 000 yards taking thousands of tons of American advantage of tho fields at offensive. It would TAKE ill., and Detroit, Mich. Tho Govern-iceaway. wtir supplies and food to tho French, seem possible for tho .Allies to send has made- them emergency pro-ji-i- 'Saw'lJoat Break in Two. Belgian, British and Italians, who arc a largo number of airplane mother-ship- s $100 Reward, $100 ainl nothing is liuiug permitted "We could all see tho boat break holding tho lines against the enemy. to a point say fitly miles west Tho readers of this paper will bo to hamper their rapid construction. in half and go down, disappearing Tho immediate need, Administra- of Heligoland and for a largo forco pleased to learn that there Is nt leant ono dreaded disease that The work on theso is being separately within a few minutes. I tent four tion officials believe, Is to bring tho of fighting airplanes has and torpedo been ablo to euro In nil its acienco nnd BtuKe conducted and tliuy will in no way more shots Into tho water at the regular army up to Its full strength planes to stnrt from this plnee about that Is catarrh. Catarrh belnjr Kreatly with thu new army cantonspot whero she disappeared to let without delay. Theso aro tho first-Hu- e two hours beforo dawn, reach Kiel Influenced by constitutional conditions miuircs tuuBiiiuiionai treatment, 1Inll' ments. any of tho Hoches who might liavo troops, tho men who will bo the nnd Willielmshnven about dawn, at- - Catnrrh Mcdlclno Is taken Internally nnd . thA n. .1... . Work began moro than two weeks escaped know tdiat wo wero still first Americans to fa 90 tho tlormnn tack tho German Heets and sink tho nets thru tho" Itl.lfwl f6es of system ihVlvltyi.w ago on the big four squadron field around and would take caro of them hosts. They will bo tho bono and I,,i?ifolm!atlori..of. ll1!' '""ease, clvlnt; tho German' ships. Tonic at Dayton. It Is significant that this if they appeared. sinew of Gen. Pershing's army, and "Of course, the attack would be ffilwttn'nmiM field of 2,500 acres, tho largest or all, was thero must ho no delay In getting resisted by German airplanes and I o nmch ? "At the samo tlmo our battle lnT Do you feel weak, dizis on the site of the original field on going on tho wireless oporator pick- them ready to go. lighting would bo needed, but no J P,0,nrrh. Me'jlclne that they offer Ono which tho Wrights developed their ed up tho call on (nn American ves-szy, worn-out- ? Is your war has been decided except by to cure. Snd for lint of testimonial. Tiho modllr.M successful aeioplaue. lack of nood health caused that arrived at an Atlantic port fighting, und in tho present caso tho . Toledo. . IXI'SW? w, wm (JC, est field of SO acres In which the last Friday) nnd also caught n mesAllies, now tho United States has from any of the comWrights carrlod out their experi- sage that another American ship had joined them, could unquestionably plaints so common to ments Is within tho boundaries of boon torpedoed and wns sinking. Tho For Infants and Children put an overwhelming number of air- 'IKOl'KKHS, lll,OU'.N .15 women? Then why not tho big, now Government field. mes'jago said that the German was MILKS, Altl! HKTl'lt.VKI) Over Years planes in tho battle." The Dayton field, which is twice as firing on tho llfohoats. That vessel In Use give Cardui a trial? It big as any of tho others, will accom- was about thirty miles to tho south Always bears Whooping Cough. should surely do for you the Hickman, Ky modate 144 aeroplanes and :!0U llyers of us, and I do not know how thoy Signature of In this disease It Is Important that tfmuiiru tirli..,,,. Junu 20. A pair of what it has done foro can bo trained thorn at one time. Ah luuilo out." """"" ...... 1...1.. eoniained an J "tho cough ho kent looso and exnec- . ' l lin i nr tillm.i many thousands of olher tho training period is Just four , toratlon easy, which can bo dono by! Tho steamer's captain and other !', "" l"u ikumhiokh, a' of 1cyH ,u"' "vo t0l". !""" women who suffered It months this means that this ,oiig officers would not discuss thu battle, TANKS PKAISKD 11V giving Chamberlain's Cough Hemcdy, field should graduato nearly 1,000 the story was obtained from othor should help you back to GKIt.MA.V OIITCKIt Mrs. P. II. Martin, Peru, Ind., writes, iieen returned ot tho owner after huv-in- g beon blown forty-flv- o Including members of the crew. miles away llyers within one year. "My two daughters had whooping by I health. lw cyclono which recently nwept 24. Lieut; Gen. cough. unlisted men, instructors and otlliiis. Amsterdam, Juno I gavo them Chambcrlatn'a over Ask some lady friend Western Kentucky. All mechanics, thoro will bo 1,700 or' For- Your Child's Cough. tho Baron Von Ardenno, of tho Gorman Cough Remedy and It worked llko a who has taken Cardui. articles In tho pockets when tho more persons sit tho school. Hero's n pleasant cough syrup that army, pays ungrudging trlbuto to tho charm." in trousers woro blown She will te,H you how it uway woro Ai'ilal .Navy Certainty. ovcry child likes to take, Dr. Hell's "tanks" or armoured and armed with tho itpparol. helped her. Try Cardui. Thi'lnstructors for theso fields will If your child has tractors, which tho British have been GIANT MlltltOlt WILL he members of tho aviation section a deep hacking cough that worries using so effectively. Writing In tho UK IIAVLKI) UP PKAK of the regular urmy who have been you give him Dr. Hell's Abhcnt-MlndcBerlin Tagcblatt, tho Baron says: All at the .Mexican border, and as fast as caw, Padadona, Cut., Juno 20. Prob "Theso iloworful armoured thu soothing pine balsams reHostoss, Oh, Professor, haven't you the cadets are trained ti few 'or tho lievo tho cough, loosens tho phlegm which woro first used by tho Kngllsh, ably tho most dollcato moving task brought your wife. LIT most promising will bo utilized for and heal tho Irritated tissuos. Got a aro undoubtedly tho most wonderful over undertaken will bo becun hero - Professor Thero! I know I had training newcomers. at your druggist and weapon that modern tactics liavo ro- - thla"wcok, when a bottlo mirror forgotten something. Boston Trans. Amorlcu Is launched on tho great- - ' start treatment at once. 25c. 3 vea'led in land warfare Altho Ger-'wi- ll be transported by auto truck up crlpt. I AT t nt 1 ! to-daj For tho Western District of Kentucky. In Bankruptcy. In the matter of James Alexander Washington, Juno 24. More than Nelson, a Bankrupt. On this 22tid day of June A. D., half a million in on have volunteered In the American army and navy dur- 1917, on considering tho petition of j ing tho period of less .than three tho aforesaid bankrupt for discharge, j months that has elapsed since war filed on tho 19th day of June A. D.i 1917, It Is ordered by tho court that' wns declared to exist. Tho Army, Navy and National a hearing ho had upon tho same on A 1. ITU, ,!,. f CnnlnmLni. It Guard represented an aggragato strength of little more' thnn 300,000 hnfnrn snlil ontirt nt Louisville In said k men wheif the war resolution was district, at 10 o'clock in tho forenoon, ? y adopted. between 700,000 and or as near thereto as practicable, and SO0.0O0 are enrolled In tho various max. nonce mereoi no pumisucu ,2(-402branches of the fighting service and tlmo In Hartford Republican, a news-- 1 the great majority of them are armed paper printed In said district, and equipped and under training. They that all known creditors nnd other will be Joined at the end of the sum- persons in Interest may nppear at mer by nearly a million men, select said time and place nnd show cause ed for tho new national army from If any they have, why the prayer tho millions registered for war duty of said petitioner should not bo I i To-da- Still Short. STRAW HAT FROM Hub Clothing Co. 5 HARTFORD; KY, 22 W rrtwZv'wZwZt&'tttwfif ,, Helps Sick Women lf nt . .... CARDU The Woman's Pf ol . C ASTORIA For ft,, .' 30 Z&tfzi i'1"-"1"- '' .x ..... y, y, Druggists to-d- 100-Inc- ... ...., rf Ik S. TO RUSH ARMY CAMPS OI'KKATIONS OK COXHCKIPTIO.V U'll.l. lirsilS KAHIiV NK.VT MONTH. ont oxcrclslnR of tlio rooster's vocal organs. So John caught tho crow- IKERENSKY MAY BE ing cock nnd slit Its tonguo In tho liopo that peaco would rolgn tliorc-- j SECOND NAPOLEON nftor In tho neighborhood, Tho l'ort-lanHumnno Sdclety succeeded In getting n 525 flno assessed on tho j Hiuaioiir mrum oiictmimi. YOUXO w.ui mixistim: I.OOKKI) s-d Jj.V I'uixcnss aiaiiv si:uvi:s sdvv ix nut rACTcmvt tlrltinnaa ATnrV ...1n.. Imin on has been In tho garb of a munitions T upox as hoiu: ok xi:v ItUKSIA. mlt scruplously to military rules and discipline. They will In tho beginning replace motor nmbulnnco drivers in tho foreign sanitary sections who nro tranaferred to otheV sorvlcos I.ator on they may replace men In other automolillo sections. The commanding ollleers of our military divisions have mado applications for women recruits to drive service cars. s mr X&S Mwrnntent8l5TluidT)faehrn riJ.f.liL, . ,141 l autfa iJiDifi I 11 I II KI I For Infantq and Children. KKXTl'CKV Kl'ltKKOX ASKHI) TO TAK13 I'XIT TO I'ltAXCK '$8 an NO DELAY ANTICIPATED inn Of The Sixteen Can- In Const or The National touiiieuts Ami). I " Washington, Juno 23. There will bo no serious delay in construction of the sixteen cantonments for the national army, Secretary linker said today nnd all of tho establishments prolwbly will bo ready about September 1, the tentative date considered for summoning to the colors the first C25.000 men. The process of ee lcctlng the men, the Secretary In- dlcated probably will be set In motion early in July. Itcgulatlons for tho exemption and slcctlon processes have been pre- pared and will bo made public next week. President Wilson Is understood to havo approved the general scheme worked out by the War Department to secure fair nnd unselfish application of the law thru local officials. Minor modifications are being made but plans will be complete In a few days. Machinery for the great task of construction Is complete and in soma 9 ' cases actual physical preparations havo begun. Most of the contracts have been let, army olllcers have been dialled to oversee construction nnd under an order published today the 4rcuKlner units of the National Guard of fifteen States will be mustered Into tho Federal service immedlatly to aid In technical features of the work. Army liifclneers Tii Sunerxl-- e. At each cantonment, it was anall construction nounced operations will be under direction of n Quartermaster. Seven of tho men designated for theso posts are regular army, officers .and the other, nine nro successful civilian engineers who have been commissioned as majors Reserve In tho Quartermasters' Corps. The department attaches particular Importance to the work of the constructing flunrternuihtera becauso as the responsible representatives of the Government they will chec up all the figures of the contractors to see thai their cost plus percentage contracts ure fairly ex ecuted. The only question as to cantonment sites that Is not finally hettled. Mr. linker said, Involves a possible relocation of the cantonmont now nssigned to lies Moines. Objection hns been raised to the Des Moines location on the ground that railway faciltles are not adequate and that it will be impossible to provide proper drainage. These points have been reopened for consideration. Untitling "of the enntonments, the Secretary bald, would proceed on the present general specifications, tho some minor modifications would bo mado because of suggestions by the medical committee of which Gorgas is a member. After thee amps are built and tho troops under training, additional funds may be asked of Congress to carry out further the t" suggestions of th doctors. Tho main problems now are those of material and transportation. A new difficulty hns presented ItsoU In the shape of a shortage of Iron of - plpo. An enormous quaultymainspiping and bo needed for tho will connections at the camps nnd the available supply officials my will not meet tho demand without crippling ordinary nctlvltles of tho country. For this reason a considerable qantlty of wooden piping will bo used. Uy way of emphazlzlng what can be dono In a short time, when ull the resources of the department nro put to work, officials revealed today that army cantonments for tho regular tho expansion mado necessary (by for war purposes have been rushed did almost to completion. Tho work Involve, of course, anything llko not needtho amount of material or labor the sixteen big cantonments, ed for undertaking but It wns in Itself a big was put thru on record time. and y. them soup. Her experience was not "somewhere In Middlesex.'1 Olrla rushed to the windows In tho factory when tho visit was announced nnil lnnknd for her royal hluhnes3 In tho string of nutomobllcs 'that came down the lane. Dut Jio slipped in the plant on foot In a democratic way and when tho disappointed workers went to lunch at the adja cent canteen they found tho Princess overalled and smiling, btanding by tho counter. It was n busy hour for tho Prin cess because so many of tho girls were- eager to purchase from her and quite a few came back Just to got n royal smile. Following tho service .nt tho canteen the Princess toured tho factory. nnil lma rnlilinil Hlinilhlcrs .... - .. with girls in tho factory and served ilfnK ,w,n.. . -- K U. S. DESTROYER TOO Lexington, Ky., Juno 24. Dr. David Harrow, n physician, of this city, has been commissioned to orHas Marks of llon.ipiirtc of Old and ganize n base hospital unit for serHolds Confldcnrc of the vice In France. Information receivPeople. ed here Is to the effect that about twenty doctors will be enrolled, nil of whom, it Is expected, will come from tho Fayette County Medlcnl As Washington. Juno 24. That Alex sociation. Sixty nurses will accomp-nn- y ander Kcrensky, Russia's new war the unit. Dr. Darrow tendered minster, will become the Itusslan his sorvlces to the War Department Xnnolcon nnd lead her discouraged some time ago and has renewed his armies to victories under n dictator efforts, which have finally met with ship llko that which Uonaparto creat success. i ed in Franco 118 year3 ago, is the crowing conviction of ptudents of Business Scholarship. llussian nffalrs In Washington who We have for sale, a scholarship, ure alive to tho lessonr of history. good for a complete course in either Conviction that Kerensky will be ookkeeping and Accounting or tho Husslun Napoleon is no fanciful Stenographers Course In the Owens-bor- o surmise, but tho reasoned conclu Business & Industrial College. sion of scholars who believe the For particulars apply at Republican of leaders Is shapeJ by office. tf the Inescapable current of g.'Jil s tvents. 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U- - thV 0M3ted In France fol- xev Tygiu Thirty Years directory, In 1799 the French which occupied n position nnalaqo.n to the Kusstnu incisional govern ment, bad lost the power which It nice possessed o.'cr the French pto- Me. Waters, June 23. To se-- a rcei'hant ship torpedoed ns an .iisiti t ilnittrnvnp tl'na cnrnillnrf tilo Hi.iv. imu her rescuro was tho exasperating ex- nerlence reported by tho command er of the destroyer upon his return ! A ,. tlrte of tho American Flotilla In i here troyer nrrived in time to pick up ull to-da- y. Fortunately the des- tho crow, many of whom were swim ming about. Tho destroyer was convoying a food ship when she received an S. O. which wns S. from a merchantman being nttacked by a submarine thirty miles away. Leaving the food ship nt the risk of losing her, the dvstroy-e- r speeded to tho assistance of the other vessel only to bo grcettd when almost within hnillng dlstanco by a terrific explosion and the spectacle of a grenc column of wntcr enveloping tho ship, lint not the slightest sign of the enemy. Quickly picking up tho crow the destroyer put bnck nt full speed to tho food ship In order to savo her from a like fate. Clear Away The "Waste. Howel regularity Is the secret of good health, bright eyes, clear complexions, and Dr. King's New Life Pills nro a mild and gcntlo laxative that regulates the bowels and relieves tho congested Intestines by removing the accumulated wastes without griping. Take a pill before retiring and that heavy head, that dull spring fever feeling disappears. Get Dr. King's New Llfo Pills at your 3 druggist, 23c. France was vir rounded by enemies The French trosuiy had run.d' ' The snmy wat 'inning and disorgan ized. Like the " - an army it had thrown off the old discipline and soldiers were deserting by thousands Peace agitation filled the air. Weary with long struggle and feelwns safely ing Its independence guarded by the nhlne and the Alps, the nation longed for peace. The directory know peace would bo suicidal but was powerless to con tinue aggressive warfare until as a last resort Napoleon was plsced In cbarce of the armies of Franco Just as Kerensky was last week named to command tlio armies of Russia. So much for similarity of national conditions. Let us look now at the men. Like Kerensky, Napoleon liad been one of tho most ardent of revolu-- Until recently she was a cription. little country girl, now sho lives in a large town. Tho first letter sho wrote back to her old homo began Ethel has' tho Cloo Connection. gift of graphic des this: "This Is. a queer place. 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Women Ir.vo tried since tho bei I Prussians, ho said, aro tho most fighters, with tho Bavarlan3 nlng of thu war to enlist In tho n i rocious SLITS COCK'S TOXGUK tihucnilo" wre tho conter of this next and tho Saxons third. COULD SLEEP SO UK ' group nnd It has secured tho signaCoincidence. of tho thoutures of several hundred Portland, Ore., Juno 20.--11 cost d Conductor, which Nervous sand women In Paris who hold Mi 08 years old, of this John Wilcox, drive motor cars. Tho bu- end of this car do I get off of? enses to with Conductor city, exactly 2G to erperlment It doesn't make much Writo for free nnd nclpful advice to reaus held them back until now. neigh-bor'- s crowing machinery of a Medicine Co. Lydia E. Pinkham tho women aro obliged to enlist difference, ma'aui. Both Aids stop. The Lynn, Mass. Only women J rooster. John couldn't sleepSlrren. for three mouths and to agree tosub- becaube of tho perslst- OPV'U unu read cucb letters. o' inornlues FOR v every monin. x tried nil kinds of remedies and was trnntpd bv doctors. !l but my trouble con tinued until one uay I read about Lydia E.Pinkhum'8 Vegetable Compound and what it had done for others. I tried It ami now I nm never troubled with cramps nnd feel liko a I cannot praise different woman. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetablo Compound too highly nnd I nrn i recommend; my friends who suffer as I did. inc Geokgb R. Naylok, Cox 72, -Marysville, Pa. Young women wno aro troubled wltn painful or irregular periods, backache, sensations, headache, drngging-dow- n fainting spells or indigestion should take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetablo Thousands havo been reCompound. stored to health by this root and herb in bed several daya A follower of Rousseau, his pro- renubllcan essays Tverc written In the same temper and with as great earn of estness as tho fiery speeches Kerensky in the duma. When Napoleon took charge of the armies to save Franoo he baa no more Idea of becoming emporcr than Kerensky lias. Kerenskys great speech announcIf iron disciping line In the Russian army sounds almost, llko an echo of Napoleon's speeches to the French armies of 1799. Even In features thero is a marked resemblance bewteen tho two. lacks military ltls true Kerensltyvictory requires training, but y organization and consolidation of en- ,tlro nations, not mere groups of soi,ilers for a statesman, not Tnls ja n for a 80ldlor. It was Lloyd George ot a mcmbcr of the British mtll-llk- o Grent itary staff who reorganized For this task T.ritnln for victory. tho training of Kerensky admirably fits him. And above all ho has caught this lmncinatlon and captured the confi dence of tho Russian soldiers and peasants to the same degree ns tho Little Corporal hold the Frencu peo ple and Its army enthralled by his courngo and daring. Out of tho volcanic upheaval oi every revolution eomo leader of overwhelming greatness haa appeared. Is It not reasonablo to expect that tho Russian revolution will run mo to form and dovelop its Napo leon or Its Cromwell, In tho person of some genius as Kernesky who today holds In his hands tho fato of Russia and perhaps tho fato or mo entire world? to-daI tionists and strong antimonarchist. amined by physicians of Indiana University for the "bump of criminality" which caused them to enter into a criminal career with a vengeance. They have been Incorrigible for several years, and their escapades culminated In what for an older person would have been robbery, besides a Joy ride. Going to the home of a merchant, ono of tho girls asked if she might leave her apron there nnd entered Into conversation.. The man consented and loft the room for a few mlnute3. After the girls had left he discovered a wallet containing $17 had been stolen. Tho two girls, relating their escapade later, said they proceeded to a Jewelry store, where one of them nurchaoed a gold bracelet. They then visited clothing stores and made lib eral purchases. When dressed in style, they called a taxi and ordered the driver to take them to a pleasure jark and later to a moving pirtuio show. After a choice dinner later at a cafe, tho girls bid the mone? i4iid wsit homo about midnight, alter ti wonderful day. 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Pupils may enter at any time and receive proper classification. W Onto hb I (Incorporated) Co-E- OWENSBORO, KY. m homo near hero Sunday and was burled at Waltons Creek Monday. Several from hero attended tho fintrnl according to low at the roMoIflcc funeral of Mrs. Mngglo Tiiflicnor, at s Hartford, Ky., no mail matter ol tie Mcond GOES AGROUND Wnltons Creek Sunday. el am, Gladys and Carrol Mnddox of O was now being felt. Owensboro Visited relatives here this i & Bus. Mgr. explained, W. 8. TIXSLEY, Editor week. OLD CRUISER ASHORE OK Angelln Maddox of vBcnvcr Dam, IlLOCK ISLAXI), II. I. IX to 'AMERICA'S Rl'SIXESS TO Address all communications visited Grave Rhoades from Saturday MAKE AXXOUXCEMEXT j DENSE FOG. Che Hartford Republican. till Monday. M " " Misses' Ruth Godsey and Marlon 20. Asked by Jo- c NOT-CTO SUBSCRIBERS 'eephK,n'f June Hill of Smnllhoun spent from Friday for mcmbcr SatocrlbfM dcolrlug the pHwr.nt to n new Somerset, In tlic Houso Of WAS DEWEY'S FLAGSHIP till Monday with friends nt this place. .SJreinu.tKiTeti.eoi.iHdir.inn,1,Ungthe',tli & Little Miss Vlolcrro Wade of whether the "Amorl- Commons y r,,qat. returned home Tuesday nfter Dnelncf" Local nml Xotlcen 10c rr line nnilBe can soldiers HOW ion the western pr line for each additional inertion. (front are under the sunremo COlll- - Took P.irt In the Rattle of Mnnll.i, spending n few days with Nellie Obltnnrle, IWolutloni" and Card ot Thinkn,fc iK Goodnrd. mnnd of the French generalissimo or. Portion of Crew iiur. UlUlirj luuuiuuvr. Pearl Tlchcnor spent a few days frw, bat other Gen. Halg or the American General, Chnrch Notion, tor tvIc this week with her slter, Mrs. Edd Henry William Forster, Financial idTertienifntf.tci)eriine. win receixn no Secretary of War, replied: Nelson, of McHcnry. ADonjmoot cominuniiation IICLIIOD s, Mr. Archie Whltten of near Iirr1.n .t.t..n. nMfn.nn. rtM wilt Block Island, R. I., Juno 20. The Ky.. was a guest at the home doubtless mako suitable announce- c TBiZPnOITEO. v ment as to the disposal of their for- United States cruiser Olympla, Ad of Mr. and Mrs. C. T. S. Overton i .... .,i. 3 CMratorlcn. .... miral Dewey's flagship nt the Battle Saturday till Monday. ces when they consider it opportune rLXEQ.ei3' CO of Manila, ran'aground in the fog off to do so." The UXCLE SAM TO HOLD Continuing to question the Secre- Block Island early .TUXE !2 FKIDAY ? cruiser was reported in a bad positary, Mr. King asked: COXSCRIPTIOX IIAXI) tion, with considerable' water Jn her "Does that Imply that he doesn't ? hold. Washington, Juno 27. Regulation The greatest trouble we see with know what the answer is?" Chief Machinists' Mate William M. for drafting the new nntlonal army, "Xo, it does not imply that," Mr. these long days one hears so much Babb life "It means I do on lost his by when ho wns struck now awaiting President Wilson's apabout, Is the fact that morning Forster answered. a falling hatch. Xo proval, contain provision for every the head not think it desirable to say." d soon. comes too other fatalities were reported. step In tho great undertaking except Warships and wrecking vessels the actual method of the draft itself. Candidates seeking nominations in U. S. LOAXS TO ALLIES were standing by the ship No official announcement has been the coming Primary, should not forKEYOXI) 1IILLIOX MARK The sea remained calm, but it was made and official confirmation is beget to file their nomination papers ? -& reported as a precautionary measure ing withheld, but It has been stated, on or before July the 4th "nest WedWashington, June 27. American a part of the crew had been taken and generally Is accepted here as true 5 nesday." If you fail to file it's all loans to the Allies passed the billion-doll& off. off with you for this Primary. that tho Federal Government Itself when tho Treasmark y Out For Target Practice. will do tho drafting, probably here In ury placed $15,000,000 to the credit The Olympla put out yesterday for Washington, so there will be no op That was a costly and unwise slog- of Great Britain and $10,000,000 to target practice, and It Is supposed she portunity for local favorites, political an we used in the campaign last year France's account. ofr i m. struck during the thick fog which or otherwise. "He Kept us out of War" because i to meet Credits to all the Allies the great majority of us being of a their expenditures In this country stretched far out from slibre. DeEvery Mini Bears Number. simple and confidential turn of mind, now As the regulations stand now every $1,0(0S,000,000, of which tails of her exact position could not total 0 can't for the life of us, see Just how Great Britain has received $550,000,-00- 0 be learned here. registered man bears a number, The J? The Olympla was recently assigned numbers w, bc forwarde(i t0 WlHh 0 ever happened, with Him up there. it $210,000,000. and France b as the flagship of the coast patrol ington, and the drawing will be en& fleet of the Second naval district. Im- tirely by number. We notice in an esteemed contemb KAISER WAXTS BULGARIA mediately after she flashed out word porary the following." There are The identity of the numbered men TO BREAK WITH U. S. of her mishap members of the patrol It is needless to say we can please you. who are thousands of people y will bo unknown to those in charge I fleet went to her assistance, but it of the draft machinery, and can be holding President Wilson individualJ We seldom, if ever, fail. Keep in mind Copenhagen, June 27. Germany was found that the famous old warly responsible for our having to fight established only by comparing a num0 Bulthat early purchases along every lino ship was in no immediate danger of ber with a printed list of Germany just because he happens to is bringing strong pressure on 0 the mnn's country to break breaking up. J be at the head of the Nation." Well, garia to induce that means a saving. Duplicates of original home district. States, i Chief Machinists' Mate Babb was 0 If he kept us out of war for.two off relations with the United As the numbers are drawn they purchases are quoted much higher, and & years and more and took unto him- according to information received killed as he was coming up on deck will be telegraphedto tho home dis& we are selling you on this basis of tho being here. Official and public opinion In His next of kin Is his mother, Mrs tricts, where the registered men will self all of the credit for our Bulgaria is against a break, and the Sarah Babb, who lives at Reading, out of war, in November, and prior J learn If they have been drafted. purchase price. Buy early and keep tho is said Pa. for that only circumstance which it thereto, and was To Decide Those Ki-niit- . would turn sentiment in favor of a difference in your pocket. Easy Position. special purpose and upon that special Then the question of examination 0 rupture would be the appearance of Washington, June 2G. Reports to will come up, and this will go before ? plea, then why are we American troops in Saloniki, a possi- the Navy Department indiThe article last above referred to j the local boards. If a man Is exempt-le- d sug? cated that, while the Olympla wa closes as follows: "True blue Ameri bility that seems to have been the man bearing the number which gested to Bulgaria. seriously damaged by grounding, she was drawn net in order will take cans though, irrespective of politics, "s m was resting easily in shoal water and his place, and so on. IDeir-ri- , takes the sensible view of the matter" I ? Surprise Birthday Dinner. no further danger. in It makes no difference as to how In this way all those available for ? On the 19th of June the friend", The Department announced the in- service out of the 10,000,000 who the things we may say are construed, we are for the good old U. S. A., neighbors, children and grandchild- cident in this statement: registered will bo made ready for the "Monday p. m. U. S. S. Olympia country's call, and from them the first, last and all of the time, know- ren, gathered at the home of Mr. ' Company ing our heart and it's desires, we and Mrs. G. W. Leach in honor of struck south of Cerberus shoal buoy first increment of G25.000 will be as- of Bangor, Maine, went out are perfectly assured that we love Mr. Leach's 7Gth birthday. Those in Block Island Sound. Port engine sembled. The others will bo called GREECE TO AID of business Aftership as the need develops as tho war goes land fire rooms flooded. our Country It's traditions and in- present were. Recently Griffin Brothers 6f Fllcks-vlll- e, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Leach, Mr. lifted 10 degrees. Ship was then In on. stitutions, ' and the Flag, yes, even CAUSE OF ALLIES Maine, purchased tho plant of every star and stripe emblazoned and Mrs. Nelson Jarnagin, Mr. and shoal water for observation and is Plenty of tlmo will ,be given for .the Wise Company, which they upon the tattered old Rag, and set by Mrs. John Brackin, Mr. Abe Frizzell, now resting easily in four and one-ha- lf drafted men to arange their personal to operato In connection with fathoms on edge of shoal." the blood of Patriots, for which "If Mr. and Mrs. Slade Taylor, 3Ir. affairs and report to tho cantonments. VEXIZELOS ASKED TO FORM their Fllckcrsvlllo plant. The ca- -. you will excuse me "my Father andLoyd Hocker, Mr. and Mrs. Jackson 4 pacify of both plants will bo about It is hoped to have them all in trainXEW CAHIXET IJY KIXG Report of the Condition of The Grandfather gave up four of the best Mefferd, Mr. and Mrs. Jim uurgess, 120,000 slates a day. Grlllln Broth-Je- rs ing by September 1, or very soon ALEXANDER. have seized this opportunity of years of their lives. Our love for. Mr. and Mrs. Grover Burgess and thereafter. Dam Deposit Bank enlarging their business bocauso tho and devotion to this Country in it's! son Walter Mr- - and Mrs- - Geore Mc' Beaver war has excluded Germany from our Avprv nonk nnrl cranny wg feel Is Lilian, wr. and Mrs. Cortls naiej Doing business at the town of LATEST MARKETS. The Entente is proceeding rapidly market. School children In South Beaver Dam, County of Ohio, sometimes passionate and at all times and children Edward and Joe, Mr. Best hogs, $15.15; roughs, $13.95 with the execution of its programme America and India aro now clamorState of Kentucky, at the reverent. Not in spite of, but be- and Mrs. W. H.' Barnes and children close of business on 20th and down. Best lambs, $18; low- in Greece. Former Premier Veni-zolo- s, ing for American slates, whero forcause of all of this, It is reserved for Ruth, Daniel Dewey and Liter, Mr. merly they were obliged to use tho day of June, 1917. est $13.00. Best fat sheep, $9.23; us and we reserve unto ourselves not and Mrs. John Cooper and daughter steadfast supporter of the Al- German makes. Griffin changed and considerably lower. Brothers jnallclously, only in a spirit of hon- Gusta, Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Plum-me- r, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Mefford heavy steers, lies, has arrived In Athens to pro- - might start n very wise propaganda RESOURCES. CATTLE Prime est mindedness and fairness, to criticise and differ with any man, tho and children Latney and Audra, Mr. Loans and Discounts ...$293,837.43 $10.50 to $11.00; lights, $S.00 to ceed with the work of formng a Cab-- ; if they would put n sticker on every $9.00; heifers, $7.00 to $10.75; fat inet, to which King Alexander has B,ate tIiat Bet8 nto tho hands of a he be upon that pedestal high above and Mrs. P. A. Swain, Mrs. Perla Gen- Overdrafts, secured and llko this: 305. G5 cows, $7.50 to ?9.00x medium, $G.0O summoned him, and It is expected school child, something unsecured and over us all, because his rights are try, Mrs. Mary Ellen Taylor, Mrs. Mrs, Stocks, Bonds and other to $7.50; hulls, $0.00 to $8.75; best that he will have his new govern-- , "Becauso of tho high wages received only man-giveand therefore no Ollio Taylor, Mrs. Liza Swain, 30,175.00 veals, 12 to 12 cents; others un- ment shaped by Wednesday, Athens y American workmen, and the Securities more sacred than those of the most Anise Casebier and two daughters, 83,750. CO changed and considerable lower. !or C08t of operating our mill, It state. ' humble law abiding citizen. To take Mae and Marion June and little Due from Banks grandson William Maurice Mrs. Royd Cash on hand cents; young chickens, 13.5C0.C3 Hens, 18 A proposition that Greece join the C0st8 tMreo tl,ncs ns miicli to mako a different view, and impughn to lato licro as It does In Germany, 2C to 30 conts; old roosters 12 cents; Allies In tho war Is oxpected to be those, who may fairly and honestly Swain and two sons Roy Morton Banking House, Furni1,400.00 turkeys, 1C; ducks, 17; case count presented to tho Parliament boon m,t tno German slato will bo sold In and Wendel Moore, Mr. and Mrs. and Fixtures ... ture offer criticism, as unamerlcan anL.f eggs, 25 cents; candled, 28 cents. after Its convocation, according to tllls country, In pesujp times, nt just unpatriotic motives, is most always Arglo Leach, Mr. and Mrs. George $429,035.31 Above aro Louisville quotations. special dispatches. Total These add that enough under our lowest possible particular Shepherd and son Vambray W out of order and at this 4, LIABILITIES. especially Messrs Robert Burgess and Orlce three months time may find Greece I,rlco to drive us out of business. And time in our judgment, Jarnigan, Mrs. Byron Taylor and Capital Stock paid in, in SAYS GER.MAXS WILL DEPORT 'in tho flold with her entire forces, wlle ,,mt ' "lono you will have to hurtful. German slato. Tell your dad- $ 25,000.00 HELGIAXS TO RUMAXIA after a campaign of educating the Uh0 three daughters Eva, Zecy and Eva, cash Mrs. Mattlo Nanney and son Clifford, Surplus Fund 32,500.00 neotilo to tho facts of tho situation ''V " voto for tho party that wants U. S. EXTRY IX WAR Havre, Juno 2G. Belgians in tho which M. Venizelos Is expected to elates 'Mado In America,' nnd ho will ADVAXTAGOUSLY FELT Mrs. Doll Arbuckle and two sons- jundivided Profits, lqss ex Hoover and Freddie, Mrs. h,rna JonnLaw- ivot0 for tho Republicans." 2,127.40 districts occupied by Germans, cs- - conduct. nenses and taxes paid peclally Mons, aro fearful that the In tho Greek capital there has been renco (Mbbs.) Telegram. London, June 20. The total na- son and son Wilbur, Misses Laura Deposlts'sub- Onlce ject to check $19G, 440.50 Germans Intend to deport them to troublo with tho reactionary elemonts tional expenditure for tho nino weeks Leach Lena French , War As An Antidote. S to December Rumania shortly, according to 9 last Brackin. today's dispatches show and French Time Depos from October Woolworth Co. has had llttlo trouIt was a day pleasantly spent and its .. received by the Belgian Gov- and occupied sovoral positions thero 172,907.35 309.407.85 was on a daily average of G,C 15,000 blo In securing merchandise, except ernment. Tho Belgian authorities, in to assist in the maintenance of says a statement, In detail, prepared wo wish Mr. Leach many happy cotton goods. What tho company rea statement published $4291035.31 Total by Andrew Bonar-Lathe Chancel- returns of that day. used to Import from Germany nnd ONE PRESENT. iterate that tho Germans aro only lor of the Exchequer, for the House -- . cavilling and playing on words when London, Juno 2G. A dispatch to Austria Is now being made In AmeriSTATE OF KENTUCKY) of Commons. they assert "deportlon of workers to tho Times from Athens says that as ca, Including crockery, tlnwnro and )Sct. Peter T. Park.. For the five weeks from April 1 to Germany has ceased." ) County of Ohio, soon as Parliament Is convoked M. toys. Now York Dally News Record, May 5, 1917, the statement shows Mr. Peter T. Parks, aged 87 years Though this may technically be tho i Venl zelos will probably propose to June 9. Wo, I. P. Barnard and John II. average of expenditure was and 6 months, died at the residence the daily Thus tho great war act sas an an7,971,000 whllo for tho five weeks of his son, W. Q. Parks, in Beda Barnes, President and Cashier of tho caso, deportions to Northern Franco, tho Deputies that Grecco join tho o Bank, do solemnly points immediately behind tho front, Allies. Ho does not intend, however, tidote to tho Underwood May C to June 9 It was 7,532,-00Tuesday at noon. Funeral services abovo named from woro conducted at Mr. Parks' resi- swear that the abovo statement is for work, on roads, railroads and to moboll70 tho nntlon against its Tariff. It shuts off Importations For the ten weeks from April 1 to dence Wednesday at 11 o'clock, a. true to the best 'of our knowledge fortifications continue, tho statement will. Ho Is expected first to under- from abroad and thereby gives emadds. take a great campaign explaining to ployment to great numbers or AmerJune 9 the expenditure shows to have m., by the Rev. R. W. Napier, as- and belief. tho pooplo that Greece's Interests ican wngo earners. In'n commercial I. P. BARNARD, President. averaged 7,752,000. sisted by Rev. R. D. Bennett, after and economical senso tho war has U. S. Filers Arihc. BARNES, Cashlor. are bound up In tho Entente cause. JNO. H. For tho respective periods 'set which tho remains were burled at London, Juno 20. A small conSubscribed and sworn to before If his mission Is successful he will been of vast benefit to this country, forth tho actual war expenditure tho Beulah Church, burial grounds. tingent of the United States flying bo ablo In about three months to put especially In affording Protection to dally, tho Chancellor states, was Deceased was one of the most re- mo this 28th day of Juno, 1917. My Commission Expires January corps arrived In England yesterday, ; tho ontlro forces of Greece into tho domestic labor and Industry. 5,989,000 spected citlzons of tho community In 7,457,000, " ; FRANK BARNES, ' wearing civilian clothes with blue I balance For years Mr. 18, 1920. 0.723,000. which ho resided. NOTICE. Notary Public. silk armlet bearing white letters A Reutor dlsnatch from Athens Tho Increaso in expenditure for Parks was the possessor of a formula Tho next appraisal of farms of ap"U. S. Flvlnc Corns." says It is stated on good authority Correct Attest: army service, says tho statement, Is for tho manufacture of herbal remeL G. H. BARNES, that M. Venizelos will form a Cabinet plicants for loans through tho HartIn part attributable to payments an 1 dy for tho treatment of tubercular ford National Farm Loan AssociaFor Your Child's, CoiikIi. not later than Wednesday. JNO. II. BARNES, advances which aro ultimately recov- troubles, In tho early stages of which tion will bo begun by tho Loan ComHere's a pleasant cough syrup that C. P. AUSTIN, erable. The expenditure for muni- he was qulto successful with his mittee on Monday, July 10. All farm-o- rs every child, likes to take, Dr. Boll's Slates Will lto Made In Germany. Directors. tions was affected by tomporary treatment. , desiring to havo their land apTho Democratic Tariff law niado a If your child has causes, such as more rapid delivery Tho death of Undo Peter, as ho a deep nacKing cougu mat worries 50 per cent reduction In tho duty on praised on this trip must havo their CEXTERTOWX. on the termination ot certain i was gonorully called, marks the pass made school slates. Germany has been applications properly filled out, sworn Tho play given by tho Auxiliary you glvo him Dr. Bell's Plne-Taorders, but notwithstanding this, tho ago of one of tho last of tho old tlmo Chancellor fears thero will bo some , residents of that community and ho Club Saturday night was largoly at- Honey, the soothing plno balsams re- our chief competitor In children's to and filed with tho Secretary-Treasurbefore tho abovo mentioned date lievo the cough, iDosons the phlegm slates, and this inexcusable reducexcess, under the heads of army and will bo greatly missed. Besides a tended. Belle Condlt is at her brother and heal tho Irritated tissues. Get a tion doubled their hold on the Ameri- Application blanks may bo obtained munitions, over the figures of the numbor of other rolatlves, thofo Mcjvlves tho deceased, throe sons, W. Q. Hnrvo's for a few days. at your druggist and can market. Becauso ot German freo from said Scc'y.-Treas- ., bottlo y estimate. School Slate Dowell A. Foglo. 3 competition tho Wise Mr. Henderson Ashby died at his start treatment at once. 25c. .Regarding loans to the Allies, con- - Joseph and Albert Parks. Hartford Republican. tlnues thestntement, the Government was still liable during the opening weeks of the current year to fulfill commitments undertaken before the entry of America Into the war. Tho advantage of America's entrance, ho FAMOUS 11 mi I'll IViet-i'- Weather Hot y ,, to-da- ry Suits, Coats AND PANTS A As-kin- y. all-fire- Don't wail for "Old Sol to force vou into one of our liVhL niiv suits. You know from past ex ij perience he is going to make it hot for you. Make your selections now before stocks are broken and you can certainly be well g dressed and comfortably attired. Cool clothes of ar to-da- every description. Mohairs in a variety of 3 patterns, as well as the washable it ' Pnlm aim ucaisU. R1 8 and prices. Men's and Bovs' washable Pants in a nice range of oatterns to-da- M. ht E. P. Barnes Beaver & Bro. IC;y t?9?99?7?9?999??9999?5 ' I ' 1 n, I high-advic- es nd-vlc- es ..... to-da- ! 0. Freo-Trnd- y. r- er i j sur-budg- et to-da- 1 July Clearance Sale This Yearly Event Will Begin Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fnught, who have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Wallace, for several days, returned to tholr homo In Owensboro last Monday. .Vithur Mlnton, who has a position win. the Indianapolis City Hallway Co,, after spending a few days with his parents, near Hartford, returned to his work recently good as made and cheaper bo bought elsewhere. C2t2 Iihii Mowcm Blue Itlbhon as Monday Morning, July 2nd And continue to July 14th. than can Wc believe as never before that it will pay you to attend this sale, as wc will offer you much merchandise at less than we can. replace it. Thousands ol yards in short length Gingham's. Percals.Voils, Organdies and Lawns, that are just the right materials for this very warm weather. Hartford, Ky. t Capt. James D. Sory, of the Medical Corps, 3rd. Ky., Inft., N. a. was hero last Friday ovenlng, for tho purposo of examining Recruits who-haenlisted in Co. II. Mowing Machine Repairs Knife Heads, Guards. Sections, Knife Blades. Either for Deering or ACTON' BROS., C2t2 Hnrtford, Ky. MUs Suslo Schlemmer, vllle. Ind., after visiting the family of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Schlemmer, during the past two weeks, returned home on last Tuesday. acton bros, of Evans- - Don't Forget the Date, Monday, July 2nd. Be here and bring your neighbor, and remember that it pays to trade at home, and with a house that saves you money. 2mzzzxCo, Hartford Republican. FRIDAY JUNK 21) Mrs. E. S. Howard and little daughter, Tryphena. returned home tho first of this week after a two week's visit to relatives In the Select and Horsu Branch vicinities. Mr. Y. L. Mosley, who has been In Arizona, during the past four and one half years, arrived here n few days ago to visit friends and relatives in Ohio County for a short time. The Epworth Leaguo of the M. E. Church, South, will have an Ice cream supper on tho court house lawn Tuesdny, July 3, from 4 to 10 p. m. Proceeds to go for tho benefit of tho League. Mrs. C. 11. Kulskern, of Brookllne, Mass., arrived here Wednesday, to bo tho guest of her father nnd mother, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Felix, for several days. Mr. Kulskern will Join Mrs. Knlskern here on Sunday. yMrs. John" J. McIIenT- has been spending the past week nt Ashton, Va., with her son, Mr. 'Henry who is a member of the Louisville cadet camp. Louisville Mc-Hen- Ccntcrtown, spent Wednesday with Airs, isaac roster, uty. Mr. nnd Mrs. Joo Seaton, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Keown, Mrs. Harvo Roberts, Fordsvllle, Mrs. J. Ney Foster, Elaine, Ark., Mrs. Belle Rhoads, KanEas City, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Keown, Mr. nnd Mrs. Virgil Elgin nnd children, Mr. and Mrs. Roy F. Keown nnd children composed a family reunion which gathered at tho homo of Sheriff and Mrs. S. O. Keown, last Sunday. Squiro Wm. S.CoTo"; of Horse Branch was here yesterday, for the purpoco of obtaining marriage Tho Squiro was at one time a member of the Ohio County Flsml Court and has beer n man of wide acquaintance In tho County. He will he eighty years voting on his net y birthday and wltl unite In marriage with Mrs. Rebecca Evans. of the extreme upper end of the County. Esq. B.FRiceTBTRTKelley, W. T. .Keown, Frank Roberts, W. 3. Gains, Fordsvllle; W. F. Howard, Ralph; Rufus Dowell, Shreve; J. II. Stewart, Esq. Wlnson Smith, Select; E. W. Jackson, Beaver ,Dara; G. A. Ralph, Magan; Esq. W.- S. Dean, Dr. J. A. Duff, Bill Renfrow, J. E. Mitchell, B. F. Bean, Claude Renfrow, Dundee; E. G. Barrass, R. B. Martin, A. D. Kirk, M. L. Heavrin, O. C. Martin, R. C. Porter, W. C. W. N. Stovens, Judge J. S. Glenn, Judge Jno. B. Wilson nnd W. S. TInsley were In Owensboro last Saturday attending Court in connection with the newly proposed apportionment of Ohio county into Magisterial Districts. Hc-fiiBlan-kenshlp, irfect Fitting MuMingwear UNION SUITS X J-y- ou i X How fine they are in quality, how perfectly thoy cover the body, how much they give in the way of real comfort and service, and how easy they are on your pocketbook you will never fully appreciate until treat yourself to tho inexpensive luxury of under- clothing yourself the satisfactory Munsing way. Summer Munsingwear, especially, will prove a delightful surprise to those unacquainted with this most popular make of underwear. Some garments so sheer they weigh but a few ounces. We carry a wide assortment of styles and can cor- rectly fit most anybody in the garment desired. Ladies Union Suits 50c to 75c Cool and comfortable the best for summer. Lost. One coat, light brown, with dim stripes, on the road between A. D. White's, Hartford, and Cromwell. There was a Masonic emblem on the out-sid- e breast pocket. Return to this office and receive reward. t m '. High-gra- de Nainsook Union and Bal-brigg- an Suits' for Men fin-lslie- AXTON DIVORCE SUIT IS SCHEDULED FO KTO-DA- Y L., II. & ST. L. n. R. TIME TABLE. No. 113 duo at Ellmltch 8:32 p. m. No. 110 due at Ellmltch 7:30 a No. 112 Lv. Ellmltch ... 3:40 P Ar. Irvlngton ... C:35 p, 6:5G p, Lv. Irvlngton-;- .. Ar. Louisville . 7:40 p, No. Ill Lv. Louisville .,. 8:35 a, Ar. Irvlngton ...10:06 a. Lv. Irvlngton ...10:40 a, 1:04 p. Ar. Ellmltch M II. & E. It. B. TIME TABLE. South Bound, No. 115 8:46 a, m. Due at Hartford North Bound, No. 114 6:C6 p m. Duo at Hartford (Both "Mixed Trains'.) Mrs. A. W. Logan ivho has been qulto ill Is Improving. , Mrs. Henderson Murphree who had been convalescent for soma tlnio past, Is again quite ill. LIME We mow huvo on hand an nmplo Bupply of barrel Lime. Call on W. E. ELLIS & PKO. i:e. Wo carry a regular lino of repairs for McCormlck and Deerlnc W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Mowers. Mr. N. G7IIunley qualified as administrator of tho estate of W. P. Hunley, deceased on the 27th. C. O. Hunter" the popular cashier of tho Bank of Hartford, was In Loulsvillo on business 'Tuesday. Mrs. Jeanuetto Short, was nppoln-e- d nnd qualified as guardian of Mrs. Edna Short White, on tho 23rd. Drivcrswiio" knowthcir business, Cars that go everywhere day or night. Call Casehler, Beaver Dam. Mr. and MrsTPLT Alford, of White Hun, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. I. 'J. Davidson, Wednesday and Thursday Mr. James Park, carrier on Route 5, has been confined with flux for several days, but Is Improving at Mrs. I. S. Mason, City, visited her sons, Edwin and Robert, members of II Co., nt Lexington, last week end. Mrs. Mason was well pleased with tho nt Camp Stanley, whoro the I'.rd. Ky. Inft., Is located. If In need of McCormlck Mowers, Hay Rakes, Osborn Disc Harrows, Binder Twine, F. A. Ames Buggies, Harness, Road Wagons, Machine Repairs, &c., call on LUTHER CHINN, Beaver Dam, Ky. Mr. L. B. Ashby, formerly of this county, but now of McLeod, Canada, who Is visiting friends and relatives In McIIenry, Rockport and vicinity, was here yesterday. Mr. Ashby ha3 been in Canada during the past eight ;'ears. ... Personal News ! I and Social Euents, t Seo Hartford Mill Plaster and Cement. Co., for Lime, Mr. S. M. Pat ton, of Olaton, was hero on business last Monday Mr. It. 'Wright is seriously ill at tho homo of Sheriff S. O. Keown. Mrs. Sarah Bennett, of Owensboro, is visiting in Hartford anu vicinuy Mr. S. J. TIchcnor, of Mcllonry, was in town on business yesterday. SISAL Binder Twine whllo It lasts, IS cents per pound, at W. E.Ellls & Bro. FOB SALE Four young milk cows with calves, CLAUDE KINO, Hartford, Ky. 52tf GcTtTudT'Schlommer, Is visMiss iting friends and relatives In Evnns-vlll- e, Ind. S. P. Mc'Kluney, ofBcaver Dam, was In Owensboro on business last Saturday. SergeanFForest'TrHudson, of Co. II, Is homo on leavo of absonco for h short visit. The OhloCoun'tjTCliFlstlau S. 8. Convention is in session at Beaver Dam .Caseblef's Auto Call unexcelled. Beaver Dam. Mr. John Allen, tonded thof uneral Ashby, nt Waltons to-da- Service, Livery by either Phone, of Fordsvillo, at- of Mr. Henderson Creek, last ' Mr. John P. Taylor, with the I. C. R. R. Co., Memphis, tenn., who came ill hero on Tuesday, considerably with gall stones is very much improved. Mr. Taylor Is with his fath er and mother, Col. and Mrs. H. P. Taylor. Miss Willyo Smith, will leave today for Akron, Ohio, where she has been tendered a. nice position with Miss Co. tho American Express Smith is very popular hero and her many friends regret very much to seo her leave. WANTED Old Iron at COc 100-lb- s. Beef, Rags nt $1.50 per 100-lbs- ., Horso and Mulo Hides 15c lb., Ginseng, Yellow and Mayapplo Root at market prices. D. L. D. SANDERFUR, 5lt2 Beaver Dam, Ky. this writing. Mr. "and Mrs. Shelby Taylor and W. E. Ellis & Bro., have three daughter, Miss Kitty Lee, of Baton Deering Mowers and Bakes left, Rouge, La., arrived at Beaver Dam which will close, them out for the Wednesday to visit relatives thero and other points In Ohio County for season. Prices right. Thoy wero guests of Miss Olla Mao Stum after spending a lew days. days, tho guest of Superin Mrs. S. T. Stovens here, yesterday. several Mrs. I. S. Mason, who scoks to be tendent Shults family has returned the Republican nomjnee for Superln-teiulato her home at Paradlso. of Common Schools of Ohio Mrs. M. D. Thomas and Infant County, has lately been forwarded daughter and Miss Arnold, sister of Mrs. Thomas, are tho guests of Mr. her Certificate by tho State Authori ties showing her qualification to All E. P. Thomas and family. tho ofllco for which sho is asking. Mrs. W.H.CumlTff7TfHammond, Prof. Ersriroward7who Is a Ind., will arrivo here about July Is., candidate for tho Republican nominato visit her father, J. H. Glenn and tion for Superlntendant of Common family and other relatlccs. Schools of Ohio County, has received Prof. McIIenry IlhoadcsT State his certificate from tho Stato SuperatHigh School Inspector will bo In lntendant,' showing his qualification tendance at the Teachers' Iustltutute to hold the otllco to which he aslu tho forenoon, on Monday. pires. Vernon 'Wheeler, a member of Co. Mr. and Mrs. Joo C. Bennett, loft II.. .uatloned at Camp Stanley, Wednesday for Cedar Edge, Colo., la spending a fow days fur- to visit their son and daughter, Mr. lough, with his parents and family and Mrs. W. C. Overhults, while gono hevo. thoy will visit Yellow Stone NatJudge CTM. Crowe, Messrs. W. C. ional Park and other points of inteBlankcnship and S. E. Bennett at- rest in tho west. They expect to be tended tho funeral of Mr. Henderson gono two months or more. ABhby, on last Monday at Waltons Mrs. Ada B. King and daughters, Creok. Misses, Mabel and Lucllo, of Wnxa- Mrs. Wilhelmena Fehr, of Cnnnel-- , hade, Tux., Mrs. Fon Rogors and ton, Ind., will nrrlvo hore on July daughters, Mlsss Magdaline, Lottie 1st., to spend the summer with her May and Ida B. of Plkevlllc, Ky sou and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Mrs. S. T." Brown, Virginia Brown Kchicmmer. iTrathen and Mrs. Alva Beau, of nt Lex-lnBt- Owensboro, Ky June 2C. Tho divorce suit of Woodford F. Axton, of Louisville against Jessie Jolly Axton, of Owensboro, Is to be tried before Circuit Judge Slack here tomorrow. Mr. Axton Is represented by E. B. Anderson, of this city, and Burton Vance ,of Louisville. Mrs. Axton has for her counsel Judge W. P. Sandldge, of this city, and Messrs. Blakey, Qulnn and Lewis of Louisville. Mr. Axton is suing his wife for a legal separation on tho grounds of abandonment . Mrs. Axton, who Is the daughter of Judge George W. Jolly, former United States District Attorney for Kentucky, Is asking that his petition be dismissed, and that sho bo granted a divorce on the grounds of cruel and Inhuman treat ment, failure to provide, and also for a reasonable allowance as ali mony. A huge amount of testimony has been taken. The record covers sev eral thousand typewritten pages, em bracing depositions of witnesses living In Louisville, Hardinsburg, Owens If Judge bor,o 'and other places. Slack should strike out much of this the trial will be shortened to a degree otherwise the rest of the week will ' bo consumed. E. M. WOODWARD, L. H. ST. L. DISTRICT ATTORNEY AUornoy Ernest M. Woodward who formerly resided here, but now residing in Henderson, has been promoted to tho District Attorneyship for tho L. H. & St. L. Railway. Mr. Woodward has had qulto a bit of experience in this particular line of practice; which eminently fits him for the duties of District Attorney; Both Mr. Woodward and tho CompMr. any aro to be congratulated. Woodward's olllce and headquarters will bo In Henderson. Made of the most durable grade of this material. All seams carefully sewed, reinforced crotch. Sleeveless, knee and ankle length. Carefully Per garment d. $1.00 Carson & 2TCOZ53?Om.''ED Co. Hartford Ky. Monterey County Needs Good Farmers i Notwlthstandlnd the fact that Monterey produces millions of dollars worth of potatoes, sugar beets, apples, peaches, barley, alfalfa, dairy products, llva stock, etc., there Is much land that only needs farmers and settlers to make it more intensively productive. Tkls'is a rich const county with a mild even cllmato. WITHOUT LEAVING HOME We have issued a beautifully illustrated booklet telling of Monterey County, and the opportunities thero for YOU. Send us ten cents for this booklet and a sample copy of Sunset Mngazine the one big National Magazine telling of the life and development of the West. Address, SUNSET MAGAZINE SERVICE BUREAU, SAN FRANCISCO YOU CAN SEE THIS COUNTRY : : : t STRAY STREAKS. (By Fluke McFluke.) r, says as Blrkhead, the how the war beln on, no more bargain days will bo given at his place of business, no more credit, no goods exchanged, no cut In prices, every thing sold as marked, a one cent stnmp will not be sold for less than o Teachers' Institute. one cent, It makes no difference how The Ohio County Teachers' Instl-tut- o much you buy, 100 one cent stamps will convene hero Monday, July will cost you 100 cents, no less, more 2nd., Prof. Craig, of tho Western If you wish to pay it. Kentucky Normal will bo tho Instructor. Prof. Craig has attained Notice that the Hartford Herald qulto a. reputation as an Instructor isays "the people or Hartford aro nnd school man of progressive Ideas. virtually living out of their gardons." Dr. W. A. Ganflold of Centre Coll- - Geewhlz, Man, my wife has been makoge, will deliver an address bn Wed- ing that same charge aguinst me for nesday evening, which, according to three nonths or more. advance Information should bo heard by all who can arrange to do so. Tho Bill Mldklff says Rause Martin got 'full program may bo found on anothk going to Owensboro on tho er page of this issuo. JItnoy-Bus- s tho other day. No I didn't, you aro mistaken, I Bald go- Co. II. " ltocruits For Tho fololwlug young men of this '"B to Owensboro. vicinity have lately enlisted in Co. H j i I wish to ask Sheriff Keown to de- for sorvico during the war: Andrew E. Glenn, Omnr T. Wall- - putlzo us, I mean mo, myself, not ace, Henry L. Whltaker, Herman 'Duke and King, to pour the next Morris, Ellis Potty, Roscoo Johnson, Booze, Beor or Nutramal, be confisLeslie Arbuckle, Roy Ensor, Harry cates Into a sower, and I am axing, L. Moorman, Kelly Pierce, Pearlto It It don't make no particular dlff- o with Sam, that ho Just let mo Logsdon, Ernest Hurt, Earl F. lit, Pvt. Arvln B. CurtlB nnd Corp. Ed- toto It out homo and dump it In our mund It. Wlmsatt wero examined for own sewer, in that way it will bo longer getting Into tho Rlvor. It mustor-tn- . Pvt. Everltt Chapman Joined com- looks llko a crlmo to pollute perpany aftor Illness of soveral wseks. fectly good river water with that All of the abovo havo been examin- stuff. ed and sent to Lexington, with tho exceptiou of Whlttaker and Morris. J As wo sit at our desk trying to Post-Mastesea-sicFaug-jerenc- hammer this stuff out of our old No. 5 Oliver, at 8:40, p. in., fighting caterpillars, millers, moth flies, candle flies, doggonlt, a June bug Just then hit us in the left eye" couldn't bo tho right one" thero floats thru our north window, from tho M. E. Church Choir, at Prayer Service, strains of that good and well known old Hymn, God will-takcare of you, thru all tho way, thru all tho day, and so on, but not a. word do I hear about tho night. I straighten up, beat some moro and Just "Slap, that bug got up my nose that tlmo" about that tlmo the Choir at ono of tho other churches start that other grand old air, Work for tho night Is coming when Man's work Is dono, &c, &c I look at my Ingorsoll, observe that it Is near 9:05, and dejectedly apply myself to tho aforesaid Oliver and subject orginally in mind or at least In the spot where one's mind ought to bo. If ICalsor Bill ever does got this Country, I am going to petition his Royal Highness to slug off about three hours from the first part of tho day and stick it on tho latter end of tho night before. In other words havo him declare and proclaim moro darkness nnd less light, then it won't do our wifo any good I guess, to shovo the blinds up at about 4:40 every a. m. Our wife camo In from a vegotnblo gathering excursion In tho gardon tho other day, somewhat bothered about tho ground cracking open so much about her potatoes, I told her I guessed that it was as thus, so that thoso having eyes might seo the corn shoot. I then got ray panauia and hurriedly left for town. ; J days when John D. Rockefeller, Jr., vlded to obtain n segment. Tho uti'ls i UllMW'-iwas only a boy and dln't have any are Inconceivably carved Into domes, I I troubles aside from speculation as to half domes, colouudes, and luupW, HOTEL whether ho was to have more than Ono gigantic cliff suggests n bnttlo , ono plnte of Ice cream for desert, he ship, and is loudly cnllid tho sti'.uu was wont to jump on his pony and boat. seal. Thorough sterilization and seal- gallop up along tho banks Want Pumpkins In Corn. Tho faces of somo of tho walls com of Uw PnuipMns jilantcd In corn furnish ing are absolutely essential to .WASIHNGTONii tain thousands of square feet of piano Hudson River. n cheap appetizing stock fccil. T'e When ho had reached a high surface upon which tho element t Flirulil Le J nnted bv the latter knoll almost ai the end of Manhat- have sketched various Uguri ! .V J. Ilrood Sows. of . intf. jutting a pumpkin peed l: tan, from which ho could view the one point may bo seen tho plcturo of every missing having brood sows Palisades for many miles, ho would a woman, n horso and a pig. form every sixth hill and In The practice of EL Of AMERICAN 1 mnpklns will affect but produce two litters a year, as fol- stop and say: corn hill lug u distinct group. At another .in g sectillgtitly .Lo 'land of corn and n law lowed n some of the "Some day I'm going to buy all eagle perches, true to this noble In aclty wrier iocsI hotels tions of our country, should bo en- this land around hero and give it to bird's instinct, high upon the cliffs ths I'owhalaii Iiuil lln amount of p.nc stock feed can be ra Int. couraged, except whero short seas- the city so that everybody can enjoy At other points crpts hao been ll It Ant In Iht hiarta ct lit Pumpflns are rtllfhed by catti-- ons nnd severe winter weather pre- it. This is a view everybody ought formed In the walls by tho sholllm; cunttynitn. uncooked and wi h vent, the swine specialists of the to see may fed, off of the stone surface In which and linns the seeds, they set as an npetlzer nui Unltd States Department of AgriculQueer dream for a boy to have, be seen other forms seemingly sculp- corrective of digestive trouble. Two ture advise. but It is soon to become a reality. Jtured. Nature seems to have fash-MSows intended to farrow fall Utters tons of uncooked pump nnd one-haRockefeller has bought a strip ,ioned hero a fine art gallery of ' kins nre equal to a ton of corn silage should be bred not later than the end running about of a mile stupendous proportions. to cattle. It has been found thnt 0f June. Those that nre In breeding along the river for $2,000,000 and Tho coloring is beyond description. 273 pounds of grain and 376 pounds condition after weaning their spring has offered it to the city of New Glistening white is the basic color sand-stonof pumpkins produced 100 pounds of utter should bo bred the first time York. Actual acceptance by city Below this a strip of blood-re- d The Towhatan i trfiretl, tf pork, the pumpkins saving 100 to they come In heat. There are genral- has weathered Into formations is all that prevents tho consumIl excellume, ami rcttful lent location on I'enn)lania grain. The low cost y a tew sow in the herd that are thin mation of tho dream whereby the resembling those of the (Jrand Can- - I 150 pounds of I Avenue, 18th an. It Streets, maVcs tt a tleiitaMe iieaJqiUf of growing, ease of keeping, large nnd run down In condition after public will be enabled to enjoy the yon. There are thousands of feet of tin lor t tiilal courses, touiltt yields, and the tonic qualities of a weaning, and these should bo fed a "view everybody ought to see." polished white sandstone vertically patties, comentiens, Schrolt ami lollrgct. succulent feed available make pump- - little heavier for a few weeks is, at that, a view to be re- streaked with vermilion, like n Rom- -' It The Powhatan the attract fore breeding to Insure a large litter membered with a broad sweep on the an sash. There are pinks in endless well worth while. people ol culture ami education. of breeding north along the Hudson to the cret shades. in tho fall. The date In rrcMtnity to State, War ami Natv Departments, alio to nan? should be recorded so as to determine of Storm King Mountain and southSave Kwc The canyon Is more than 10 miles intcrcit, points ol hitoncal possible for the date of farrow. make thu lotel especially at The gestation ward for many a mile. The fifty-od- d Save every ewe lamb long and from 1.200 'to 2,000 feet tractive lo a ditctiminatiug pubbreeding Is the urgent message tho period of 'a sow is 112 to 115 days. acres purchased by Mr. Rockefeller wide. The neighborhood Is rich In lic The Powhatan eiTera roomi United States Department of AgrI- - The sows should be watched closely are about the highest in New York striking phenomena. There are nat- with detached bath at J1.S0. bridges of great size and beauty. culture is sending to sheep owners, to see if they come in heat after they and form a link that will make $2 00 and up Rooms with private bath, $2 SO. 13. CO anj up. "Market or slaughter only those ab- - are once bred, so that they can be most complete the strip along tho The country was settled by Mormons 'Write for tcollet !th mip every 21 solutely worthless for breeding stock, rebred. The heat period is many years ago, and possesses much Hudson River from Seventy-secon- d CUFFOltD M LEWIS. Z e MorThere is a strong demand among days. Street on, now used for park purp- historical Interest. .Minafcr z After the sows are bred they oses. mon customs obtain In the prosperfarmers for breeding stock, and , owners of ewe lambs should have no should be turned Into pasture and Mukuutuweap may be kii On the lot that Mr. Rockefeller is ous villages. trouble finding a breeding market fed very little grain during tho first to turn over to the city are magni- reached by automobile and horseback for them through county agents or part of the summer. Breeding stock ficent buildings. One of the estate' from Lund. the State agricultural colleges. Sheep must be kept hard and healthy, and Included In the fifty acres bought by Sour Stomach. specialists of the United States De- - to accomplish this roughages must him some time ago Is that of C. K. This Is a mild form of indigestion. partment of Agriculure believe that constitutue a large part of the ration. O. Blllngs, noted horseman, whose although prices for breeding stock Alfalfa, clover, bluegrass, and Ber-no- house has long been regarded as one It is usually brought on by eating are high, those who start pro- - munda, are permanent pasture crops of the most beautiful In the citv too rapidly or too much, or of food ductlon of wool and mutton on a which furnish excellent summer feed There Is a possibility that the house not suited to your digestive organs. fHUME moderate scale will have no cause to for sows. Rape, soy beans, cowpeas, may be used as a museum, while the If you will eat slowly, masticate your regret purchasing breeding stock at and sorghum are especially adapted big stables and garage will be for food thoroughly, eat but little meat present figures. and none at all for supper, you will for swine feeding. Their use will re- - public use. duce the necessary daily grain ration tho sour no more than likely avoid There appear at present to be to 1 pound or less per hundred weight obstacles to the acceptance of Mr stomach without taking any medicine Sate In Harvesting. When you have sour Conservation of grain through effi- - of sow during the grazing season, Rockefeller's magnificent philanthr-- 1 whatever. I i"i Ik cient methods of harvesting, includ- - which is a large saving in favor of opy made no condition with his an- stomach take one of Chamberlain's i shade, and nouncement, except ing stacking wherever labor condi- - pasture. Plenty of water, in that the city buy Tablets to aid digestion. to space to erercise are oiner essentials ground so that the entire river fron' is recommended tions permit, tJfTalffWAjTBHwfVTfTfrH Civil Officers Supreme. ALlS!lljaiJJfl)JJ1i403W farmers by Assistant Secretary of for the production of strong, healthy from Seventy-secon- d Street north Mexico City, June 25 State and I GUARANTEED SERVICE 1 litters. Agriculture Carl Vrooman. would be a public playground. CVy The sows can run together in the officials are willing to do this and It municipal affairs formally were turn "Tho Nation needs every head of one numireu per cent grain that can be raised this sum- - same pasture within two or three is expected that but a short time will ed over to the civil authorities thru- vnliin CJnnnlnl Tirnpl- - tnw W I ' out the re',ubIlc J,,ne farrowing date. At tl,c whcn mer," declared Mr. "Vrooman. "Effort weeks of the elapse before the boyhood dream of o. w. I military control ' must be made to save every ounce this time those that are dueo far-o- f John D. Rockefeller, Jr., become n order abolishing I W. F. STEVENS, went Into effect. Under that order, j row should be separated from the reality wheat, oats, and rye at the harvest R. F. D. 7. Hartford. Ky. I pad-o- f military commanders are command-- i Each year hundreds, if not thousands herd and placed in a separate Representing Continental I ers of garrisons only and have no ' bushels of grain are ruined In re- - dock or pen, where they can farrow xotich. Ua.Mn Ifc. P.nnlli. l.Ua I muiuii: iV UIUU11U fn authority to deal with civil or munigions where midsummer rains occur, their pigs undisturbed, We ngnin call the attention of our I lMf.lMMI.........M..ia.l.J cipal affairs. Keep tho sow on pasture If pess-th- e because It is allowed to remain on' readers to the faot that The Repub- ground a prey to the weather, ible, end provide dry, ' Heat only Influence. quarters free from drait in which Uciin will publish no communications Keep in mind that a bushel of wheat Marion was saying her prayers signed by the author. Few unle bread for one person she can farrow the pigs. will furnish THE "And please, God," she petitioned. i tteeks pass that anoiijiiioii". articles "mako Portland the capital of lor auout o uays. SEWING "Harvesting machinery should be Prevent I)ieae In Stock, MACMaNK are not recelted nnd It is not our de- Maine." i Proper feeding and sanitation are sire to liuil neiv-adjusted so that there Is as little Items into the "Why. Marion!" said her shocked J QUAuTYa, Care two important preventions of loss as possible in cutting. ttaste basket. This nnonjmous mother. "What made you say that9" be taken also to harvest all ease losses in farm animals. If care-grai- n rule is stated each ttcek Marlon settled herself comfortably cleanly in the corners, along fully applied these measures may pre-th- e at the head of the editorial column i In bed. edges of the fields, and in lodged vent many losses of meat animals. and must be adhered to. Requests NOT "Cause I made It that way In my Keep the animals sturdy ana uisease- spots. SOLD that names be omitted from print examination paper," she said, "and UNDER "More than unusual attention resistant by feeding a good, whole-shoul- d re compiled with, but the manuscript I want It to bo right." ANY be given to shocking in order some diet. Young animals need par-th- must bear the writers' sfnatiue. m OTHER there may be as little waste as tlcular care and should be kept THE EDITOR. NAME. from exposure to the weather ing. A balanced ration should be "I'd like a little pin money again, enough If at nil practicable, the grain, should fed one that contains TO VATURAL1ZE 2,000 my dear." WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. be stacked as soon as it Is cured gestlble protein to supply the needs ALIENS IX OREGON "Heavens! Are you buying diamIf you purcliano thoNKW 1IO.MK you will in the shock. Shocks of bound or of bone and muscle growth, ond pins?" Detroit Free Press. have n life nwet n t tho prlco you ny, unit will The farmer should carefully con-fulheaded grain should be built care- Portland, Ore., June 23 Two not li.ivenn cnillcaii chain of rcjulre. water, slder the food requirements of his thousand foreigners will become citiso that they will shed . .iTia i,, .,.- .Every blade saved equals a blade pro- - animals, as has been shown by the zens of the United States hero In Av Quality duced. State experiment stations, in stan- - .s'atuiiillzatlon Week, July 7 to 14, Considered books, and by the acceding to estimates of officers who "In threshing, special attention dard farm-animshould be given to the adjustment of United States Department of Agrl-th- o hate the work in charge. it is the ) mzr concaves and of separating Green feeds have a tonic Week will be in Cheapest 5b chinery, to make sure that none of as well as' nutritive value and should ton;. t MP ition with the convention of in the end the grain is lost with the straw and be used whereter possible. With the National Education Assoct.'Io-- i chaif," 'tome feeds care must be used in aad the work will be conducted bv to buy. - Tj . feeding to avoid parasitical infection He nawi.vlizatlon department of the I z 9. If you want a sewing iiinchtiic, write for and the Infection of buck diseases a uciiartni-i- i of Libor. The (ior ni null .luites For Jelly. our laUnt rat.iloi.niu lu.foru jou I'lircliake. ,..r. uifit will .Maintain an :xhi 't a d Fruit juices for use later In jelly tunercuiosis. uki pastures un The Ne.v Heme Sev.inn Macliine Co., Orange, Mass. bottled used as a feed are example of dciunnsi.hlions will be given or h"v making can be sterilized and of disease to sheep and foreun'is fire naturalized sugar and made into jellies ible tourcea Pure water Is at tho housewife's convenience. This hogs, respectively. essential to animal health, nablos her to do with fewer jelly another A safe, old fashioned rCfii glasses and to distribute her pur- - Animals should not have access to remedy for worms. FOR FLETCHER'S chase of sugar for jelly making water which may be contaminated o f Seventy-fiv- e years continu-ou- t through the year. Moreover, with fc'icli as streams pacing through e use u the best testimonial bottled juice she can make a festcd farms above, pools drained . ffo i frzL ii FHEVS VERMIFUGE cm "Tho Ilvseit Yosemlte." greater variety of Jellies, as juicei from barn lots, and so on. offer you. Recent public Interest In the Two naturally hygienic factors are up which will not Jell can be put Krrft bottle tlwtnen Knd. ll fresh will help ketp the bit onn happy in National Monument when the fruit is ripe and combin- - freh air and sunlight. Pure an southeastern Utah, popularly known 25c, bottle it yoijf dnjttU! or ed later with fruits that will Jell, or air constantly available to t enrrtl ttote; of if vour cJeVr cWt supply you, tend KI nune and 25c ripening at different seasons mal reduces the possibility of lunge as tho Llttlo Zlon Canyon, has reLot in Ump and we'll tend you sulted In measures to accommodate can bo combined. For example, the trouble. Impure air induces an tie procsptly. or mal's resistance to disease by fallng tho many who are expected to visit of strawberries, cheerles. E. & S. FREY, necessary for it this coming summer. A concession pineapple can be kept without sugar to bupply tho oxygen BALTIMORE. MD. purification of the blood. Sun-ca- n covering public camp and transppr-tatlo- n and later when apples are plentiful the Dewill jron want to rocctctf has been granted by tho IFlnlifeou must know be made into combination jelly, light Is a natural germicide and what la new In bmlneti Bad Indaa-tr- y. sterilized keep animal surroundings free from partment of the Interior. From tho unsugared In intention and tclenra. should bo well For fantastic outline and brilliant Oct out of the rut; ret on the Urine tin. Julcos of currants, apples, crabapples housing farm animals t) ventilated and have plenty of sun- - and varied coloring Mukuutuweap to IS and grapes, kept from roonths, the Bureau of Chemistry, light reaching to all parts of the probably equnls any spot on this conday. tinent. Recent visitors have called United States Department of Agrl- - building at somo time: during the culture, recently made jolllos of tx- - When weather permits, the animals It "the desert Yosemlte." It IneviUsed Years 'should bo kept outside as much as tably suggests both. "You can't see tne moat Intr rratlng and useful mafailn. tnd client texture, flavor, and color. uie Linrii uioiiejr a wotin. aTery mouui Yards, lots, pens, and It without shouting," reports ono To put up unsugared fruit juices possible. 300 Article 300 Picture explorer. for Jelly making proceed exactly as if ' buildings should bo kept clean, and all for onlr 19 cents. All the new Ideaa and mormons of a former generaintentloiia In electricity and wireless, in may bo made freer of dUeaso by the The Jelly were to bo made at tho time. automobile! and aeroplanes. In anopwork and tion chose this valley for a refuge in in larmintT, anuin macmuery. Cook the fruits until thy are soft uso of llmo and standard disinfectHow to tnaka thinca at home, to cageaeTerr ams. Whitewashing the inside of tho event of being driven from Zlon, ant! strain out tho Juice through n month.'IncluUIni- - refrlrerators, poultry houses. furniture, autonomic inop repairs, etc. bag. Heat and pour while buildings, scattering lime over tho as they called Salt Lako City, and flannel It Is full of iten aarlntr Ideas. liot into bottles previously scalded, ground and floor, and spraying with named It Llttlo Zlon. It Is locally tt la written la plain Eng Utlt for men anil boys. Copy 11.50 a Year bottles full, leaving no ulr disinfectants those plnces accessible called Llttlo Zlon Canyon Fill the IS Cent o The north fork of the muddy Virgin newsdealer or write direct to space between Julco and cork or teal, to animals but Inaccessible to Get It from I'opular Science Monnny, 158 fourth at., N.r. promote River flows through It, and In the tho filled sealed bottles on their Sht will aid sanitation and The Woman's Tonic 1717 TaatrtactirlrMUrtaMaflZc.itsaw CD spring streams' cascude from tho lofwelfaro of the farmer. riVCGi Uf awasi aa assauaa tiis osfar. sides In water near tho boiling point, ty summit walls. Many fine trees-- ash, and keep them In tho bath for ubout maple, oak, spruce, and others BOYHOOD Sold Everywhere Make sure that the ItOCKKI-'IMiMW30 minutes. grow on the valley floor. Hit HAM COMKS TUUH corked or sealed end Is under the hot Cull on Tlio Hcimbllttm for Fine r.. The canyon Is a mighty cleft, as If water. As soon as tho bottles arej Job Trlntlut;. mountain had been violently dl- New York, June 2C. Back In tho tho .cool cover the cork with a paraflln Farm Department rrr hog-raisind. j "Wv. iWMTANl d.c. Kjyr Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KY. Will prnntlcu his profession la Ibfe nnd adjoining ccuntlea. CoimnorclsJ and Criminal Practice i Specialty. y m 0.ETAYL0R.CE Beaver Dam, Ky. Highway and Drainage Design. j r. lf two-thir- DR. oill-cia- ls o HART YRTERINARY SURGEON DAM, KY. liU.Wr.ll Tn 0. E. be-ki- Odlce Jiune tor's Livery Barn. al ruutlj cltalntd In ltotiln PATENTS THAT PA'L'teitiUifiiiU.oruiiL;7, ai cur M TRAOC-MAI1K- S alt cvunti lr, vt no U'9. Old-tim- inM'.anli,JpyuaUuCT. fwnd irtjfl iliotuor rtch for FREE rrrort 10 en itnuuilty. JrV prattler. SUN- kh z on !' r fir Ould. PASSING. REFEflENCES. iToniabw mtwita wrlla lo I I I w 'j JtW CS'.. IfJuifeSifflf. 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MASSACHUSETTS M paWlSMft M ui osw avy MSrr f u IB 1HH The sensations mentioned are Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' Paeel hy n Canaillnn sergean. in Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles of otio of (ho Overseas Rnttallons, writ druggists, GOc- 3 Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best ing to a London paper. Ho says: minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone The Speaker of tho House. in tno nome. i nere is no age goosey, hunger-sic"I want to see tho head of tho There's a crawly, limit to enthusiasm for The Three Current Issues Free maggoty feeling In tho stomach house." Youth's Companion. If you do not fcnow THE COMPANION you; a of "Pa's down town, but the speaker let ui tend you Three Current luuei grip at the of tho house is at home If you want FREE, Inclose this Coupon with your 52 Times a Year request. heart. Tho raw of breaking down to seo her." Detroit Freo Press. not 12. Those who subscribe now, tending $2 ma clutches nntl numbs the brain like for the 52 issues of THE COMPANION Samo Old World. More good'readinj; than you will tho ley hand of the Grim Angel. for 1915, will receive Tho Companion get in any of the monthly Mother of Pretty Hoston Girl You Home Calendar FREE, Have you uvcr been three hours magazines. alono In nn attic waiting for your were a long time In tho conservatory SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE with Mr. Willing last night, my child. father to come home and give you the THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN AND YOUTH'S COMPANION, BOTH ' licking of your life? Did you ever What was going on? Daugiiter Did you ever sit In the ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 82.75. see tho only girl you could ever lovo going to the theater with another conservatory with father before you fellow? Did you ever sit (or Is It married him? We Knock the Spots Out of Things Mother I suppose I did. stand) In the dock dumbly waiting Daughter Well, mother, it's the for the Jury to say whether you did or you didn't? nh? Well, Just roll samo old world. these delightful sensations nil Into One of tho girl? admitted the one, plaster a few shovelfuls of Fifty-fiv- e typewriters. Lesafter nhe your criao when questioned sticky, clammy mud around sons explained by Moving PicFrench Dry Cleaned and Pressed In a. wei '. to the merchant's home for her legs and hands (not forgetting to ture machine Seven big Deapron, but displayed no remors. Superior Manner. save a little for your ride.) partments Shorthand, Booko Then Dash Of Ice. Send us your Garments and Hare Why Accidents Happen. keeping, Telegraphy, Stenotypy, Then finish off neatly with a dash Them "Man, you're so drunk you can't Music, Primary Normal. Exof Ico and sleet from the North Pole, walk." pert teachers. Modern equipand roll Into an "assembly trench" CLEANED CLEAN Thash a'right. Don't have t ment. Position assured. In front of your own front line In wark. Just put mo In motor car an Packages called for and delivered. catalogue. Write for No Man's Land. t This is probably the feeling you will have while wait- I'll drive homo a'right." THE ELITE PRESSING CLUB ing "to go over." Daviess Co. Bus. College Its Style. A. few centuries pass. You notice writing a history of this "I ant A. Iva Nail, Prop. such trivial things as that your putIncorporated car." HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. tees aro getting frayed. Ah, well! OWENSBORO, KY. "I see; an auto biography." all tho easier to get a new pair when you go on leave. Leave? God save A Stump Jump Plow. you. You poor, miserable microbe, In western Australia they use a speyou'ro Just awaiting your execution. Petro-Ment- a cial type of plow called the "stump Relives Piles Arcs Itoll Hy. Jump," on account of the fact that near-l- y No matter how stubborn the Ages roll by. Somo blasted fool nil the areas susceptible of cultivacase may be Petro-Ment- a will Is trying to smile? tho same ghastly tion In that region are heavily wooded, bring relief. A trial will convince contortion of tho facial muscles you and the land cannot be cleared of you. For sale by Ohio County would expect when caught by a phy- stumps and roots because of tho dearth Drug Co. Price 25c. sically fit and and high cost of labor. The stump Jump plow, which Is tho Invention of In the arms of his wife. Muro gloom, more wintry blasts, an Australian, Is so made that It will roll over stumps nnd other obstruc- the salsfactlon of a mortgage debt more "deeper depths." tions lying on the ground. due W. J. Maiden. Tho purchaser Swish, swish, swish. Rapidly, say will be required to execute bond, with in half a second. Fceliright all the time. Don't lay ofl Gardening. approved security, immediately after from work for days by taking calomel "There she goes," whispers an old Tho way to keep up the interest In the sale and a lieu will be keeps yo hand In your ear. "She's opened retained when pleasant Lio- - Ver-La- x gardening Is uot to do the same thing on tho said land until said bond Is on your feet, whilo relieving your troujv up." year nfter year. That Is monotonous. Ic. Safer too, and easy to take. Don't In Xo Man's Iiiul.' Try tho new fruits, vegetables and fully paid. take anything else. You can't afford my hand, this tho 14th it Eliminates poisons, eleanses sysone from somewhere makes flowers. Hold to the old, tried nnd true Somo Given under a sign, and In about a second you nro for mainstays, If desired, until thcoicw day of June, 1917. tem and relieves constipation. A natural remedy, natural in its actions, sure OTTO C. MARTIN, actually "over the top," In No Man's prove tliat they are what Is wanted in its effect and certain in results. It Land, face set toward well what- to entirely displace older varieties. 50t3 Master Commissioner. will won't be lonp before Liv- - ax New York Sun. ever It happens to be. You aro Hcavrln, Glenn & Simmerman, completely displace calomel in evert to find that your blood still home.f. Children can take it freely an) with perfect safety. Every bottle suar-antee)e circulates, that you can leap, crawl, Sizes. - 50c and $1 in bottles Nona Btagger onwnrd forward. And In "I wish n ton of oal. please." MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. genuine without tho likeness and signa"Yes, madam. What size?". what seems to be a minute of time Grigsby. For sale by . ture of L. K. "Dear me, I didn't know coal came you aro close up to "his" front line. Ohio Circuit Court. In sizes. I wear n No. 3 shoo and a No. h H, WILLIAMS, - Hartford. Ky.. You aro glad no's putting up a scrap. Com'th. of Ky., Plaintiff. Courier-Journa- l. You flop quickly Into a shell liolo unci 0 glove." Louisville vs. peep cautiously over the top. You aro John Render & Mabel Render, DeAn Instance of Woman's Superiority, suddenly conscious that your comfendants. No man ever dared tell the truth rades on your right and left aro do-l- u about women; only n woman can du tt. Pursuant to judgment and order tho same. Thoro Is no need to -- E. W. Howe's Monthly. of sale, duly entered in the above worry, tho, It Is merely tho gauging styled action at Its Mny term, 1917, m of tho strldo for tho last leap. Just MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. In favor of the plaintiff for the sum a minute. of $179.20 with all Interest and cost Ho Is GilnnlngN Ohio Circuit Court. nnd the cost of this sale, I will offer You aro conscious of somo one. by W. It. Hlnes, Plaintiff, for sale at public outcry to the high- McCALL PATTERNSperfect fit. ilmpllclryiat Celebrated lor itjrle. your sldo fojr tho first timo. Why Is reliability nearly 40 years. Sold in nearly vs. est and best bidder at tho court erery city and town In the United States ani ho rolling his head nround in that T. A. Wlmsatt, etc., Defendants. houso door in Hartford, Ohio coun Canada, or by mail direct. More told lhaa any other make. Send (or free catalocuc. ldntlc manner, as tho overcome by Pursuant to a judgment and order ty. Ky., on Monday, July the 2nd, I sleep? Ho Is grinning. Ah! there of salo duly entered In tho nbovo 1917, (It being regular County Court McCALL'S MAGAZINE any More subscribers than other fashioa magazine million a month. Invaluable. Lat-cIs n holo thru his neck. It Is the styled action at tho May, 1017, term day) at about the hour of one o'clock styles, patterns, dressmaking, millinery, grin of denUi. Hy Jove! It's Jimmy. of tho Ohio Circuit Court Jn favor p. m the following described propplain sewing; fancy needlework, halrdressinr, etiquette, pood stories, etc. Only CO cents' a You nro not shocked nor grieved t: of tho Plaintiff for ho sum of ?75.00, erty, year (wortli double), Including a free pattern. Subscribe today, or send for sample copy. Just surprised. Tho shock nnd grief with Interest thereon from January h Tho Interest of defend- ONOEBFUL INDUCEMENTS will como Inter. -I 1st, 1005, until paid and all costs, ants,, John Rcuder and Mabel Rento Agents. Postal brings premium catalogs You find yourself moving again I will offer for salo at public out- dcr, in tho entlro estato of E. P. f and new cash prize offers. Address (tho wait having occupied n niiuuto cry to tho highest nnd best bidder Moseloy, consisting of 7C acres of UI McCUI. CO. 2U to 2M H. J7U St, HIW YOU or so), nnd that every ono elso la at tho court houso door in Hartford, land convoyed to E. P. Moseley by moving along tho lino. Also Fritz Is Ohio county, Kentucky, on Monday, E. G. Render and Edljah R. Render moving, and that as fast as fear and July 2nd, 1917, (It being regular by deed dated September 3, 1S85, and tho first law or naturo will carry him. County Court day) at about tho hour recorded In tho Olilo County Clerk's Then begins tho big hunt. Dut that of ono o'clock p. m., tho following olllco In Deed Book No. 14, folio 147; is another story. t: described property, Also ono ncro, moro or less conveyed Tho olllclal roports will grandiloA certain tract of land lying In by John T. Cascbler and wlfo to E. quently stnto that "Wo advanced on Ohio county, Kentucky, near Palo, P. Moseley by deed dated July 28th, Succeed when everything else fails. a front of," etc. The special war known as tho Henry Wright tract 1S91 and recorded In tho Ohio CounIn netvou prostration and female correspondent will submit that "Our and bounded on tho South by tho ty wcaknesse they are the. supreme Clerk's ofllce In Deed Book No. 19, boys magnlllcontly stormed." Hut if lands of K. C. and N. E. Berry,, on folio 133; also thirty acres, more or remedy, tw thousands have testified. you want It In tho vernacular o.f tho West by tho lands of P. W. Tabor, FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND less convoyed by J. E. Maddox and army you merely wont "ovor tho on North by tho Fnlden lino and on Verna Maddox by deed dated Febru STOMACH TROUBLE It Is the best medicine ever told top." tho East by tho lands of Emma Wlm- ary 3rd, 1902, and of record In the over a druggists counter. satt Samo land convoyed to W. E. Ohio County Clerk's olllco In Deed ' of Book No. 32, folio 199, lncjudlng all Kelloy on Nov. 8th, 19011, deed FOR FLETCHER'S record in tho Ohio County Clerk's appurtenances belonging o tho said bo office, Deed Book No. 26, page 398, tracts of land. Said salo will conveyed to T. A. Wlmsatt by W. E. made on a credit of six and twelve m Kelloy am wlfo October lBth, 1904, months and tho purchaser will bo reRURIEI) TREASURE DUO Ul HY MEXICAN GOVERNMENT deed of record In tho Ohio County quired to execute bond Immediately Clerk's ofllce in Deed Book No. 44, after tho salo with approved securiMexico City, Juno 2C. Tho au- pago C40, and conveyed to John T. ty and a Hen ,av111 bo retained on said thorities of the Stnto of Hidalgo liavo Wlmsatt by T. A. Wlmsatt by deed land until- tho said purchaso' bonds FOR PERSONAL HYOIRNE Diasolyed In water for douefce ttopr-pelviuncovered and taken chargo of a of record in Ohio County Clerk's of- aro fully pold catarrh, ulceration aad Inflarrti Given,' juniqr ray hand, this tho largo quanlty of burled treasure, ac- fice In Deed Book 44, page G41. Said nation. Recomraesided by Lydi E. cording to a statement issued hero by land will bo sold on a credit of C 14th da'yt Jino, 1917. Pinkhara Med. Co, for tea years, , t)TTO C. MARTIN, the Department of Finance This months and the proceeds of tho salo A healing woader for aaaal catarrh, gold will first bo applied to the satisfact- Bt$". tore throat end tore eyea. Economical. treasure, which consisted of fJ4aster Commissioner nu utnonaurr dtuau tad germicidal tuwar. O. E. SralflVaud E. M. Woodward, bars, was found in a cavo near ion- of the plaintiff's debt, Interest supposed to have and cost and the balance, it any, to Attorneys. Zacualtlpan and Is k, God-help-- been hidden there by bands of Zapatistas which, for many months, ranged the hills near Zacualtlpan. It Is thought tho gold was taken by tho Zapatistas from lnes and haciendas looted by tho band and that they were cut off from tho cavo before they could remove It. e Don't Let Your Cough Hang On. A cough that racks and weakens Is dangerous, It undermines your health and thrives on neglect. Relievo it at once with Dr. King's New Discovery. This soothing balsam remedy heals tho throat, loosens tho phlegm, Its antiseptic properties kill the germ and tho cold Is quickly broken up. Children and grownups alike find Dr. King's Now Discovery pleasant to take as well a3 effective. Have a bottle handy In your medicine chest for grippe, croup and all bronchial affections. At 10 Great Serials full of life and action, filled with the fire of fine Inspiration and followed by 250 short stories of adventure, win ma&e TReYOUTIf s c companion v Better Than Ever in 1915 1 I fll Ladies5 and Men's Garments I USE LI V-VER-- coal-heav- er For Lazy Liver and the Troubles o Constipation. Ve-'L- sur-prU- ed d. st to-wl- one-fift- to-wl- jUef.rfc stters Children Ory CASTORIA Every Woinau Wants - c ' and most progressive school men of STUDENT OFFICERS tho State. 'lcae"come, meet with usnnd get NEAR SCHOOL'S END tho Inspiration, and If every teacher, trustee and patron In tho county will do their duty, It will mean much for the botterment and, uplift of the RESERVE CORPS TRAININO AT great army of moro than 8,486 school FT. HEN.J. HARRISON NOW boys and girls of our county. ON 7TII WEEK. Tatrons, teachers, trustees and citwo will expect izens, ono and all, Sincerely yours, you. Indianapolis, Juno 27. Tho men OZNA SHULTS, S. S. O. C. In tho Officers' Reserve Corps train... ing camp at Fort Benjamin Harrison have entered on their soventh week qf BEADS ODDLY STRUNG. training. Tho polishing off of tho men from this tlmo on will begin nud tho finer points of modern wnrfaro will (By J. H. THOMAS.) Judge C. S. Nunn nn.l bo Uiught. For Instance, this week of W. J. Deboo, both of Mar- wilt Usher In the construction barb-wir- e entanglements ns a part of ion, Crittenden County, nre candidHow the tho regular "currlculm" at the fort. ates for Stato Senator. Trench-dlggln- g has been In vogue mighty are falling. several days and tho men of tho na-Kentucky Virand Ohio-WeIf Congress doesn't hurry up with food control business It will be ginia regiments have acquired real that evcrylastlngly and eternally too late proficiency nud many blisters at tho unaccustomed work. Tho system of to help the Bead Stringer. trenches of tho Ninth Regiment Inmen and Kentucky Tim slnw train throuch Arkansas t diana ncared completion. Ono of tho trcn was a "Dixie Flyer" compared with nud tho Allies travel on tho Hlndenberg ches was a "hospital" trench another was one In which tho men ' line. can, rest when not actually "under Communicating trenches and Persh- fire." Wo have Just written Gen. "diging that when ho captures and exe- tho whole system of European own coroner, ging In" nro being constructed. cutes the Kaiser our Before this phase of the work Is Doc Riley, will bo right thero Johny dono they may get a taste of the efspot to hold the inquest. on the and of the effect fect of bomb-firin- g rapid reorganization of the produced by tho explosion of mines. The bo Russian government after the arrival In this programme they will occupy a crater nfter of Commissioner Root at Pctrograd taught how to Illustrates the forcefulness of Re- a mlno U exploded. Medical detachPROGRAM OHIO .COUNTY ments from New York, Pennsylvania, f:45. Should a truteo sollct the publican Statesmanship. TEACHERS' INSTITUTE office Ohio, Kentucky, Maryland and West and should he attend institutj rnd toach'TS meeting? O. O. WW Georgia soil seems to be wonder- Virginia are expected to arrive at the MONDAY, JULY 2. y to add camp nnd W .S. Hill am" Fred Whitting-ln:l- . fully adapted to growing watermel9:00. Opening. to the big medical training camp alons and night riders. Devotional exercises Rev, B. W. ready established under the command 10:00. Recess. Napier. 10:45. Some prob'ems of theAs a Southerner wo aro proud of of MaJ. Percy Ashburn Welcome address J. H. B. Carson. bounty Board. To bo discussed bGen. Glenn announced that lie had the South if it isn't to darned far Response V. M. Crowder. decided from this tlmo on to give tho l:s members. South. Oragnizatlon. 3 0.45. men every possible moment available Address oy Instructor. Introductory remarks by Instruc12:00. Noon. Bruce Halderman and brother Bill on tho rifle ranges. Platoons of the tor. Virginia regiments delations if tie coniir.ru are having a big lawsuit to determine Ohio-We1:00 Announcements- .malned on tho range all day yestcr-th- e school to the gradtd s. hool M'm2. is who in tho management of , ";Sr Enrollment Mind Sh'.ltz, Anna Cnter and Or-pCourier-Journand Times. All , y, trucks being used to carry noon-th- e 3, Noon. S Brsiden. trouble started over Bro. Bill's d"' mess to the shooters. The other 1:30. Spelling Why do so many How much and editorial demanding Civics tanning division spent an nay ami J:15 a State-wid- e . applicants fail? Henry Leach and 1i0w taught in tho grades W. P.. day on the range. Gen. Glenn Is desubmission amendment. i J. W. Odell. the good shots termined to find Carjn. F. L. Sanderfur and Robert 1:45. The old and the new way Rusher uiiu TIip rpslcnat on of Attorney Gen- - among mo men ui ma Mrs. J. M. McFerran, Mrs. Nora .. n coo oiooiin.i 'Is civlnc everv onnorlunity for.. fire at 1:30. Physiology and hygiene; eiuii x . -v V.W..V... Hiaixt-i.uquii .,.!. uiiu Kessinger and Miss Blanche ParkV what is the teachers duty In caring necessary tnl, year and we will wag- - practically all ranges. 2:00. Reading How secure nat- ror the nuplls health? (paper) wampum that "Kept I John G. Kelser, tho "millionaire ural reading Mrs. I. S. Mason and Mrs. Grace W. Tilford, Mrs. Myrtle, or a wallet of us out of War" and "Peace Prosper- - soldier" balling from Louisville, was Mrs. E. E. Tartar. j Armendt and Miss Nellie Johnson, Uy" will not be the Democratic cam- - placed In tho fort guardhouse and an for2:15. Necessity for the early investigation of his mental condition 1:45. Methods of ventilation and, mien slocans mation of tho reading habit Misses sanitation (papers) Misses Hattle now Is being mnde. The t elm leal Addle B. Taylor and Elizabeth Moore. Weller, Effle Gentry and Ethel Dow1 charge on which ho 'is in the guard- TAFFY. McKinney 2:45. Writing S. 1 Taffy, June 26. Rain is needed houso Is absenco without lenve. Robertson. ' nml T? n n rl o "Wo il rt Sunday was a day of visiting at the j 2: 00. What athletics should be badljv crops aro damaging. 3:00. Address by the Instructor. taught and encouraged In the public F. 'Taylor the merchant at this fort. Tho attendance from Indiana, Monday KvciiIiik. schools? Marvin Hoover, Marshall rlace is closing out his lino of goods, Kentucky and Ohio cities and towns S:00. Debate. t Crowe and Roy Stewart. Wc regret to glvo him up. Anyone, was the largest that lias appeared at TUESDAY, JULY 3. 2:15. Boys corn and girls canning wanting a good location call around, the fort. Many automobiles carrying 8:00. Devotional exercises con- clubs Mrs. Eva Hamilton, Miss Mar- Mr. Ira D. Funk and wife visited Kentucky and Ohio license tags ducted by Rev. S. E. Harlan. llssa Foster and Mr. Estill Howard. brother C. T. Funk and family poured at the fort and the "reunions" How intorest S:15. Arithmetic 2:30. Recess. wai Fordsvlllo Saturday night and wcro everywhere In evidence. Tho the pupils Clarence Royal and C. Bi;iitlay. commanding otllcers havo announced 2:45. Address by Instructor. 'K. Allen. Thursday Kvenlnc;. Mr. Jainc. Gray was In Hartfixd that hereafter thero will be practlco S:30. What phases of the work on tho rifle range each Sunday for 8:00. Common school graduation c'i lu'.tiness. are neglected in our schools? Ira exercises. Mr. C'de Funk and wife vis1'.?!! one of the training divisions. Jones and J. C. Lawrence. -- -reisithi'S. at Sunnydale FRIDAY, JULY 0. 8:45. Grammer Pure English; Minister To Speak. Several from hero attended sc con8:00. Devotional exercises John what it Is and how acquired? It Is announced that arrangements vices a'. P.ainetts Creek Sunday. ducted by Rev. Birch Shields. Hamilton and Arthur Bell. and wit' are being made to hnvo tho Rev. Mr Mehlr Bartlette by Revs. Allen 8:15. Addresses 9:00. Parsing and diagraming; have returned from Henderson whoro Fred G. Strickland, a Christian Mln- how much? Misses Margaret Will- and Frank of Beaver Dam. bd-sld- e ister, of Dayton, Ohio, to speak at 9:00. General discussion of Ken- Elr. 1 nrtlette was called to thodang Simmons, Ky., at plc-ni- c iamson and Myrtlo Taylor. near Wilof his daughter who was 9:15. How supplement our text in tucky's present school law led by erously I'!. liams Mines, on July 4th, at 2 Myrtlo Hon. L. L. Embry. composition work? Mrs. Quite n number of teachers from o'clock. 9:15. Report of committees. Gertrey Funk. Arniendt and Mrs. The meeting will bo held under this piece are preparing to attend tho Organization. 9:30. 9:30. How develop a love for tho auspices of tho Miners and So- InstlMituc next week. 9:45.. Closing address by Instrucgood literature Miss Elton Huff and and Muhlenberg A fishing party gathered on tho cialists of Ohio tor. Mrs. Lula Mamilton. "Old Bed" last Friday and spent tho counties. Distribution of blanks. 9:43. Echoo3 from tho W. K. S. dav. Several fish were caught and a Adjournment. N. Misses Mary Marks, Cliffio Felix nle'asant time was spent by all. WORRIED OVER WAR AND GLENN, MISS LELIA and Mr. Arthur Boll. II. C. L., SUICIDES C. KV CARSON, 10:00. Recess. t MARRIAGE LICENSE ISSUED OZNA SHULTS, 10:15. Address by Instructor. SINCE OUR LAST REPORT Paducah, Ky., Juno 26. Worry Program Committee. 12': 00. Noon. over tho war and blooding about the 1:00. History; Value of Current Homer Poolo, Beaver Dam, to high cost of living aro believed to Events Stanley Phillips and G. E. The attention of evory teacher In Pearlo KInkead, Cromwell. havo been tho cause for tho sulcldo Fuqua. the county Is respectfully called to ' J. Earl Parks, Beaver Dam, to of Burnett Unselt, 26 years old, a C. K. section 192 of the Common School Georgia Hoops, Beaver Dam. 1:15. Valuo of biography farmer, who was found hanging In a Carson and B. II. Morris. Law which provides that real slck-- j Henry Stone, Davidson Station, to bam at tho homo of his mother, Mrs. 1:30. History makers of today ness or other disability is the only Gertrude A. vBlanchard, McIIenry. Ida Unsolt, last night. The Coroner's durF. G. Burd and J. A. Bruner. valid excuse for Wm. S. Colo, Horso Branch, to Re- - vordlct this morning was that ho klll- 2:00. Magnitudo and tho posslblo ing tho full BC&sIon of tho Institute. becca Evans, of near Gllstrnp. cd himself for reasons unknown. results of tho present world war It was found imposslblo to place Russell Coopor and Fred Shultz. all teachers on tho program, but all 2:30. Recess. subjects aro open for general discus2:43. Address by Instructor. sion and evory teacher Is supposed Jj, 4:00. Adjournment. to take part In them. Tuesday EciicIuk. Is primarily for tho The Instltuto .KI 8:00. Addres u by Instructor teacher, it is an expensive luxury i bring Subject "Some Peoplo I Have and evory teacher should something with him and tako someKnown." WEDNESDAY, JULY I. thing away. An invitation is extend 8:00. Devotional exercises con- ed to tho public to be present at all ducted by Rov. R. D. Bennett. tho sessions and especially on Thursby glvlug a favo- day Trustco Day and Thursday Answer roll-ca- ll night, tho night of the Common rite quotation. 8:15. School management; tho School graduation oxorclses. You aro also especially Invited to first day of school Ellis Sanderfur and J. T. Hoagland. attend the lecture on Wednosday ev y Limit Round Tiip Toutut Firet from IhilforJ S:30. Punlthmont; proper and ening,, of Dr. W. A. Ganfleld, who la Improper L." L. Embry and N. L. recognized as ono of tho greatest NEW YORK $36.75 BOSTON $36.75 platform orators of tho South. Ross. Reduced Fares to many other cities and resorts Incentives to study Lon Evcryono who passed tho common 8:45. In the East and North Richards and O. N. Stewart. school examination, either In JanuVariable route fares available through Washington, Balti9:00. How tlmo Is wasted Mtssos ary or May, is expected to bo pres-omore, Philadelphia, New York, Boston, Montreal, Toronto, and Winona Audrey Growbarger on Thursday evening and recolvo Niagara Falls, Buffalo, Detroit, Atlantic City, tho Adlron- Stevens tholr diplomas. dacks, Lake Champlaln, and other cities and resorts or tho Craig, tho Instructor, 9:15. How to avoid corporal punProf. W. J. East and North, including trips on Atlantic and Great E. F. Llles and J. Carson is at present one of tho teachers in ishment Lake Steamers, , Gary. tho W. K. S. N. at Bowling Green, etc., apply For particular, ratci, fplJeo. 10:00. Recess. Ky. Ho has had more than 20 years uxporlonce lit school work, and is 10:15. Address by Instructor. H. E. MISCHKE, Ticket Agent AnnouiiuemeutB, recognized as ono ot tho strongest 12:00. Noon. 1:00. Earlier and later Influences that determine destiny E. I?. TartHIT PERISCOPE ar1 and E. &. Howard. 1:30. Personality of tho teacher (paper Misses Lclta Glenn and May Roger VESSEL AMERICAN FREIGHT 2:00. Imaclnatlon; should It bo GIVES SUBMARINE WARM Misses Gorki ( paper) cultivated RECEPTION. F'cnor, 7.os Raymond and Maty ;.nura t'onuiMion. How to tenh It 2: IB. Diavlnr M'sses Bessie M.ison, Port, Juno 23. A In tho grade An Atlantic light between an American freight Eunlco ShulU f.nd Agnes Duncan. steamship and a Gorman aubmarlno 2:30. Echoes from tho border which took place Juno C, ono day out O. B. Shown and C. W. Johnson. 3:00. Recess. from Genoa, Italy, and resulted In the navy gunners on tho American vessel 3:15. Address by Instructor. scoring at least ono hit, was reported Wednesday Inciting. by the Captain of the steamer on his 8:00. Address by Dr. W. A. Gan-flolarrival hero today. president of Centre College, sudthe captain said the Danville, Ky. Subject: "What Makes denly appeared at a distance of about a Nation Great." five hundred yards and launched a THURSDAY TRUSTEE DAY. torpedo. Its wake- was clearly dis8:00. Devotional exercises concernible, and It was posslblo to ma- ducted by Rev. W. II. Foreman. neuver tho vessel so that. It missed S:15. Means of securing better attho ship by about twenty feet. Firo tendance Misses Pearl Brown and opened on the was Immediately Rosa Brown. from a stern gun and four 8:30. Upw to beautify house and shots were discharged in rapid suc 'grounds Miss Irene Ward and Mrs. cession ns the submarine submerged. j Irene Duff. The second shot, the captain said, organization; S:45. Community periscope throwing It high struck the II. C. what wo have accomplished into the air and tho last shot fired Crowder and Roy II. Foreman. hit tho water on the exact spot 9:00. School fairs J. W. Odell disappeared. Tho where tho and F. T. Shultz. American vessel suffered no dam9:15. Moonlight schools M. T. age. Gentry, J. W. Kirk and Everetto Bel-larThis Is tho second encounter reported within two days in which an 9:30. Tho relation of good roads American ship successfully defended to good schools--Ma- ck Martin. herself against submarine attack. 'audo Fralze and Rev. M. A. Em-br- U. S. GUNNERS ANNOUNCEMENTS. Notice Announcements for coun- - tho Republican nomination for Jail tv offices published in this column un - ler of Ohio county. Subject to th til tho Primary, 15.00 in advance rriumry diixnuu, aaiuruay, AUgusv 4, 1917. District offices, $2.50. Wo nro authorized to announco tho candidacy of J. W. DUVALL for the candidacy of L. L. EMIIRY for tho Republican nomination for Jailer of for Repre- Ohio county. Subject to tho PriRepublican nomination sentative of Ohio county. Subject mary Election, Saturday, August 4. v ' For Representative. Wo nro authorized to announco Mia to tho Primary Election, August 4, 1917. Saturday, 1917. d, or at India- st at I y I I at d. y. st ro-w- al ' , , j up-hi- ". to-da- y. pi .'.-- EWY0KKH1MTON via Louisville & Nashville Railroad nt Wo nro authorized to announce the cnndldncy of S. A. LEE for tho ReWo nro authorized to nnnounco tho publican nomination for Jailer of candldncy of .1. D. HILL for the Re- Ohio county. Subject to tho Primary publican nomination for Representa- Election, August 4, 1917. tive of Ohio County. Subject to the Wo aro authorized to announco tho Primary Election, Saturday, August cp.ndldacy of ,1. T. WEDDING for the 4, 1917. Republican nomination for Jailer of Ohio county. Sifbjcct to tho PrimaFor County Judge. Wo arcnuthorlzed to nntiounco tho ry Election, August 4, 1917. candidacy of .MACK COOK for tho Republican nomination for Judgo of Wo nro authorized to nnnounco the tho Ohio County Court. Subject to cnndldncy of CHARLEY JOHNSON tho Primary Elcctiou, Saturday, Au- for tho Republican nomination for gust 4, 1917. Jailer of Ohio county. Subject to the Primary Election, Saturday, AuWo aro authorized to announco tho gust 4, 1917. candidacy of It. It. WEDDING for tho Iter jbllcan nomination for Judge Wo aro authorized to announco the of the Onlo County Court. Subject to tho Primary Election, Saturday, candidacy of C. Al'SMlTII for tho Republican nomination for Jailer of August 4, 1917. Ohio county. Subject to the Primary Wo are authorized to announco tho Election, Saturday, August 4, 1917. cnndldncy of R. II. MARTIN for the We aro authorized to nnnounco the Republican nomination for Judgo of tho Ohio County Court. Subject to cnndldacy of WORTH TICIIENOR the Primary Election, Saturday, Au- for tho Republican nomination tor gust 4, 1917. Jailer of Ohio county. Subject to the Prlmnry Election, Saturday, AuWc are nutnonzed to announce, tho gust 4, 1917. candidacy of J. A. IJELLA.MY for tho We nro authorized to announce the Republican nomination for Judgo of the Ohio County Court. Subject to cnndldacy of J. W. PERRY for the' the Primary Election, Aug. 4, 1917. Republican nomination for Jailer of Ohio county. Subject 'to tho PrlWc nro authorized to announco tho mnry Election, Saturday, August cnndldncy of SILAS L. STEVENS for 4, 1917. the Republican nomination for Judge Wo aro authorized to announce th of tho Ohio County Court. Subject to the Primary Election, Saturday, candldncy of I M. IIROWN for tho Republican nomination for Jailer of August 4, 1917. Ohio county. Subject to tho PrimaWo aro authorized to announce the ry Election. Saturduy. August 4. candidacy of WINSON SMITH for tho ; ioi7. Republican nomination for Judgo of the Ohio County Court. Subject to For Assessor. the primary Election, Saturday, AuWe nro authorized to announce the gust 4, 1917. candldncy of I). E. WARD for the Republican nomination for Assessor Wo are authorized to announco the of Ohio county. Subject to the Prlcandidacy of L. II. TICIIENOR for mnry Election, Saturday,-Augus- t 4. Democratic nomination for Judge 1917. the County Court. Subject of the Ohio Saturday, to tho Primary Election For Coroner. August 4, 1917. We aro authorized to announce the cnndldacy of DR. A. II. RILEY for the Republican nomination for CorFor Comity Attorney. We are authorized to announce the oner of Ohio county. Subject to tho candidacy of A. I). KIRK for the Re- y'rlmary Election, Saturday, August publican nomination for County At- ..ih. in 17. torney of Ohio county. Subject to tho Primary Election, Saturday, AuFor Mnglitrnte. We are authorized to announce the gust 4, 1917. candidacy of W. C. DAUGHEHTY for tho Republican nomination for JusFor County Court Clerk. Wc nre authorized to announco the tice of Peace, Rosiuo Magisterial Discandidacy of W. C. IILANKENSH1P trict. Subject to tho Primary Elecfortho Republican nomination for tion, Saturday, August 4, 1917. County Court Clerk of Ohio county. We nre authorized to announco the Subject to tho Primary Election, candldncy of .IAS. A. DOLING for tho Saturday, August 4, 1917. Republican nomination for Justice ot. Wc are authorized to announco the the Peace, Sulphur Springs District. candidacy of M. F. CRUMLEY 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 announce the to tho Primary Election, Saturday, cnndldacy of E. W. JACKSON for August 4, 1917. tho Republican nomination for JusWo aro authorized to announco the tice of tho Pence, Beaver Dam Discandidacy of L. II. CONDIT for the trict. Subject to the Primary ElecRepublican nomination for County tion, Saturday, August 4, 1917. Court Clerk of Ohio county. Subject Wo aro authorized to announco the to the Primary Election, August 4, candidacy of M. II. CROWDER for 1917. tho Republican nomination for Justice of tho Peaco, Rosine Magisterial For Sheriff. Wo aro authorized to announce the district. Subject to the Primary candidacy of G. A. RALPH for the Election, Saturday, August 4, 1917- -HepMlcan nomination for Sheriff of Wo aro tho Ohl, county. Subject to the Pri- candidacy authorized to announco Reof W. S. DEAN for the mary Election, Saturday, August 4, publican nomination for Justlco of- 1917. tho Peaco, Sulphur Springs Magisterial district. Subject to tho Primary We arc autliorlzed to announco tho Election, Saturday, August 4, 1917. candidacy of S. A. HRATCHER for tho Republican nomination for SherWo aro to announce the Subject to the cnndldacy authorized iff of Ohio county. Primary Election, Saturday, August Republican of S. W. LEACH for the nomination for Justlco ot 4, 191.7. tho Peace, Beaver Dam Mnglstorlal dbtrict. Subject to tho Primary Wo are authorized to announco tho Election, Saturday, August 4, 1917. candidacy of G. P. JONES for the Republican nomination for Sheriff Wo aro authorized to announco the of Ohio county. Subject to the Pri- candidacy of J. Y, HAGERMAN for mary Election, Saturday, August 4, tho Democratic nomination for Jus1917. tlco ot the Peaco, Hartford Magisterial District. Subject to tho Primary Wo aro authorized to announco tho Election, Saturday, Aug. 4, 1917. candidacy of S. E. DENNETT for tho Democratic nomination for Sheriff of ,Wo nro authorized to announco the Ohio county. Subject to tho Primary candidacy or J. II. DANIEL for tho Election, Saturday, August 4, 1917. Republican nomination for Justice of tho Pence, Bartletts Magisterial For Superintendent. District. Subject to tho Primary Notc Women wno nro legally Election, Saturday, August 4, 1917. qualified, nre entitled to vote for Sohool Superintendent In both PriWo nro authorized to nnnounco the mary and Final Election.. cnndldacy of El) SHOWN for tho , Republican nomination for Justlco Wo nro authorized to announco the ot tho Peace, Hartford Magisterial candidacy of E. 8. HOWARD for tho District. Subject" to tho Primary Republican nomination for Superin- Election, Saturday,. August 4, 1917. tendent of Schools ot Ohio county. Subject to tho Primary Election, Wo aro authorized to announco tho ' Saturday, August 4, 1917. candidacy or Q. B. BROWN for tho Ropubllcnn .nomination for Justlco ot Wo aro authorized to announco the tho Peaco, Rockport District. Subcandidacy ot MRS. I. S. MASON tor ject to tho Primary .Election, SaturRepublican nomination for Super- day, August 4th., 1917. tho intendent pt Schools of Ohio county. Subjoct to tho Primary Election, SatWo aro authorized to announco tho urday, August 4, 1917. candidacy of TOM COX, for tho Republican nomination for Jutlce ot tho Peaco, for the Roslno District. For Jailer, to tho Primary Election, Wo aro authorized to announco the Subject candidacy ot M. O. BHROADEU tor August 4th., 1917. Wo are authorized to nnnounco tho candidacy of DR. W. L. LAWL.W'E for tho Republican nomination for Representative of Ohio county. Subject to tho Primary Election Saturday, August 4, 1917. Wo nro authorized to nnnounco the cnndldacy of E. K. TINSLEY for the Republican nomination for Jailer of Ohio county. Subject to tho Primary Election, August 4, 1917. FOR FINE JOB PRINTING CALL ON THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN