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The Hartford republican: July 6, 1917 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1917 hao1917070601_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: July 6, 1917 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1917 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. mvu Fine Job Work. VOL. XXX. EXEMPTION PLAN. DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No. 1 IS HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 6,. 1917. INSTITUTE i fT' "fV XVW I- - i sponslblllty with tho mcmobrs of all ti'Jdross of Supt. Sliults on the same RESULT OF NEW. chief military forces. IN subject. CHINA, AGAIN Seek lcnst Hardships. One of tho many Interesting feat"Tho regulations have been drawn ured of the day was tho distribution RUSSIAN ATTACH SESSION HERE by Supt. Sliults of an American Has IS PROMULGATED with n view to tho needs and circumstances of the wholo country and to each of tho teachers who demprovide n system which It Is expected onstrated their patriotism and enthuwill work with tho least Inequality siasm by standing and cheering for gives PRESIDENT and personal hardship. Any sys- J 0,000 PRISOXKRS TAKEX IX OHIO CO. TEACHERS GATHERED eoieru! minutes. presidext of rkpuiimc is . ix annual meeting ox o GOVERN procedure ok drive ox tem of selecting men for military Following teachers aro enrolled. forcki) out ix favok ' MONDAY. , whether voluntary or InvolunHOARDS. DHImiii Xo. 1. teutons. of tary In Its operation, necessarily se Bertha Brown, Iono Ilodrick, Mar- some men to bear tho burden lects llsfa Foster, Alice Taylor, Susie Rayof danger and sacrifice tor tho wholo IN COMMAND ENROLLMENT IS GOOD mond, Eva Thomasson, Bculnh Mooro HSUAN TUNG QN THRONE TWO BOARDS APPOINTED nation. Tho sysstem hero proIdcd KERENSKY C. B. Shown, E. S. Howard,' Marvin places all men of military ago upon Hoover, Dena B. Rial, Marshall Crow nn even plane and then, by a selee- -' Cecil White, John Hamilton (Jfffrudc Unto Pi or. ,T. W. , Hnli'lri- - lion which neither favors tho ono nor Xeiv War Minister, Likened Woil. of IImMiik Instfiictnr, Teach Taylor, Zoda Raymond, Mis. R. D. Quiet RclRi!9 Supremo As Ancient penalizes tho other, calls out the. Napoleon, Leads Iliisslan Ai)iiy civs Alltc mid Wide Aunke, Dr. Funk,, Will GrifiUh, Cora Thomasson. Under Coiisrilptlon .ct ( I!o Celestials Return To Old rcqulslto number for service. Earl Miller, Josephino Helm, James - Hushed. .To Virtui'y. ('antleld I.cctuios. Mnucliu Fdiin. "Tho successful operation of this Hamilton, Mrs. Lula Hamilton. A haw and oT theso regulations depends Division Xo. 2. 'necessarily upon tho loyality, patlor- Vni Vfirlr .Tnlv 9 .Prlcrmnva nr. Ohio The County V'i.thliiRton, July 2. Prepin- - ( ;" . Teachors . .. .. . . Peking, Sunday,.July 1 (delayed) .' utitl tnallna nf Hid mntitfifira rt t ti n - .. uiioru, iirs. i'oari nun, oauie i.oyu, 10'000 "'I'1 .t,,e ?,tur ?4If"t,tut conva011 nt Co,10 thin for the mobllMtlou of the )nv: hn.nl. t whom It. mi.ratlni. 'l. com- - c?wil,! According to an edict Issued In tho Mrs. Ireno Duff, v A. C. Baughu, irntiliinliiIlia iMllfiita rT llUIIIUI.li; niwl ul trin l Monday morning with Prof. Ozna contingent of GSfi.OCKMrcop of the mU(H, am, , namo of Hs'iian Tung, tho young Emnivnivevury mom. VIIU ijmubb fortified p6sillons southwest of UnSliults In charge and Trof. W. J. Mary Daniel, Gola Wedding, Mrs. peror who was put back on tho throne jimr national army advnmwdvanolh r ies of loCj(, , d am, of 0 amy are tho first fruits of the new Crtelg of Bowling Green Instructor. Mvrtlc Armndt, Asa Qhancellor-Ethe- l top today when PrtsBlent Wilson y under tho jfrotecTion of Gen. that their board of Muffett, Prof. F. T. Sliults, LI-- . prom ul gated the regulations to gov- - ilntx- - In tliolr ennntrv rpniifrm an Im- - offensive movement of.'the Hussion - Institute was opened with a prayer Chang Hsun, President Li Yurn zio Daniel, Beulnh Baizo, Mrs. J. M. forces in eastern UatTcln. North of by Ilev U. W, Napjer. Welcome ad emptluns from .military ser- orn Ray Rhoades, Henry Hung has submitted to tlie monarchy imrM Hll(, Varies Wormanci. of attackeil-tdVsby !r. J. if. U. Carson. 'He McMerran, vlre 'tho dollcuto nnd difficult duties en- - Konliichj' the Russian Inhaveogress. Warner, Rosa Brown, Lon Richards, The edict follows: pi tmd froih battles are jllouee by Prof. V. M. Crowder. . Liral and appeal exemption boaids thit(Ml "I1 Yuan Hung memorializes us them r0 Byron ICelloy, Claudo Eraze, Estill Tho Russian artillery, long InaiV ,. Mrs., Myrtle Arinemlt of Fords-vljl- o already have been appointed and the . ., to tako over the Government, stating Howard. ' was elected Secretary. iiwiaiicj) of the resmlations will ner- - presented to them that they are call- -, tlve from lack o'f shells plaed nn Im- thathe was forced by tho troops durDi islon Xo. a. J,ortaiIt art ,n t,,e (lcfeat ol thc Introductory . by Prof. to organise Immcniatolj addiess mil them adjudicate the most sac- - Au.tro-Germun- s Otha Daniel, Ronda Wade, J. W. ing the first revolution to becomo tho Tor Craig, tho Instructor? at Konluchy and prepare for tho concluding Phase , J, , ,mllvlmml mm t of Cole' nation's hoad. Ho bemoans his deKirk, Fred Whittinghlll, O.-days a rain of irod was thrown Adjoin ned for dinner. men Jo untarnUh0(l (ho of tho Usk of getting tho fects ns head of tho lopublic and asks of tUo 0lor into tlic German positions and Bcr- ,1:30. Song America, brought a Henry Barnes, Hcbor Midklff, Eliza us to punish him. Wo recognize his under training fo? duty In Fiance. i1,Ul " , ...- Id, atva nfflnlnlli' flint tlw.v wrirn lilrn.. patriotic response from all present. beth Mooro, Hattio Miller, Ruth.Fore- -- ..-... i.i.i. .1 , . u.i-, , Wo in w.o uruei i fr(nU t ll0,...,- Midklff, Leallo Mill- mistakes and also his merits. ,, thev '1 Into a crater field. Tho Huulana Spelling, nnd why so many teach man7 Mrs. B. N Maud Sliults, Mannlo hereby appoint him a Dukp of the come, there are thrco steps In.tlio nml er, Mae Byers, np i... ..,i....ni (lirnn llnna ti lint- - ers, tall, dlscuss-ei .1 . II1IS.U by Prof. Henry iinj Mrrlrtil flfst class." i..uLUBa iiiKiuiuiiuuii ..MAMn """"" "lio 'composed of men from any sense) nut itiilt vit I tun Konluchy, V" ". which Leach,- S. P. McKlnney, C. K. Carson, McDaniel, Lettle Bell, Cllffle Felix, . army as proscribed by Congross. They ' Tho Imperial cmblom is everyf ovil- .man trenchos i Duke, Eflle Gorln Flener.-Eddltlib iiivii iiiuuv ! ' i'Dt-iarc registration, selection and ex- tion, and they will be inspired to wai Etrongly fortified, but also ad J. M Kirk and Miss Blanch Park. Henry where displayed marking the restoraDuke, Eolla Glenn, Prof. vanced to tho Konluchy stream south Reading. Mrs. I. S. Mason, Miss d emption. Tho first step has been loitlT efforts In behalf of a country Loach, Ireno Ward, Dovy Midklff, Ot- tion of tho Manchu monarchy. There thru and approximately 10,000,-00- 0 in which the citizens called upon to of tho villago which is on the Zlota Eli7n!'Cth Moore. In a long is Stevcii3, Stanley Phillips, Mack has been no disorder. Writing. Prof. S. P. McKlhncy. men botween '21 nnd SI years of perform them with Justice, fearloss- - I.lpn HIvor. edict Emperor Hsuan Tung, who was Martin, Ray Sanders, Elton Huff, AroundTJrzeznny the fighting was" Address by Instructor and Superin ago have been registered. The reg- noss and impartiality." exrestored to tho throno Xo. 4. most bitter and Berlin dalms tendent Sliults. issued today cover in dotall ulations plains how, being youthful, ho was , Will Jlcinrmlier Cards. Yornon Crowder, Carson Geary, Russian divisions v. ero thrown tho operation of tho third step, exTUESDAY. Upon organizing tho local boards Mrs. Nora. Kessinger, John Thomson, forced to relinquish sovereign pow'lorward. Tho Russians carried the emption. Institute opened with a prayer by L. L. Embry, W. B. Leach, Winnie er to Yuan Shi Kal, lalo President wlrf take over from the registration fortified Teuton positions nt several . Information concarnliu: tho bocond bonvds all registration cards, whi"b points in face of n desperate resist- Rev. S. E. Harlan. Wilson, Maud Stowart, Ira Jones, of the Chineso Republic. step in tho series, howuvcr, Is still they will number serially and t Arithmetic and how to interest the Anna Robertson, Tho country being threatened with Ernest Wilson, lacking and olficials aro nuardlng for posting to public view. Then ance by Austria, German nnd Turk pupils. Prof. Claronco Royal, C. E. disintegration and party strife and Martlno Taylor, Jesso Byres, Evorott ish troops. closoly tho method by which selection SAJ. after Having noen naviseu oi u,iy Bratcher, James Park, Claude Park, tho pcoplo appealing to him to tako Is to be applied. Kerciisl.y Lead Attack. ?Jiss Cavrio, Felix discussed details c7E. Allen, J. C. Johnson, G. B. over "its administration to snve tho moiuou uy wmen me oracr oi n.iiiii-It- y ' Mlnlstqr of War Kerensky person-J'o- jt people from suffering, tho joung Ema6lnjg Clubs. Card To l.o XmnherMl. for service ssliall be determined M. A. Emory, H., C. crowuor, --" N"oon peror says ho was compelled to tako ecess. regulations an- - .ititl or the quota to he drawn from oily led the- - Rnseisn re olutionaryl e (txemptlon 'tft-B. H. Morris, c. r. Hies. action. . China's futuro Government liiiJp ceil that the boards will he act- - its tenitpry (minus crwlits for en- - army in its focward movement and Prof C. K Carson discusseil the Division Xo. Ji. I of the selection process later. I'.stmTts In the National Guard or In n message (a Premier Evoff says value of biography anil Prof. J. A. Roy II. Foreman, C K. Carson, will bo based on tho following: and Bntner, the history makors of, today. George A. N?aitS o none o( the stops prescribed togjlar army)., eacli board will pro- - that the offensive "proved Tho Tinporinl Orders. Hunter, Mary L. PendlePossible results of the Worll War ton, Elsie WIso, Roy Stewart, Orpha o.vmrn lilt; VI BuililMH ui IA17 uvnritn pare a list of persons designated for tho on the world Its fidelity to the "Tho country will be administered caii be carried on tiutilthe-selectio'mTvlne in the order of their liability, 'revolution and Its love for liberty tmd vas Interestingly dlscus?ed" by Prof. S. Braden, Sam Taylor, Iraogeno according to the constitutional laws I' ruu QUUllB. jimtimiui; una mi inoucii iu immvi pnht no itsi, give )i io mo press, ami i Simpson, Ethel promulgated by tho late Emperor. Plummer, Alma The Premier lias authorized Min Prof. Clarence Roval discussed the Rnbrrtson, Carrie Russell, Carrie of tlie men whoso fltnws and ileslra- - v;,i (j,rpe ,;ay8 hCiul notice to eatli "Expenses of the Imperial Houseister Kdronsky to givo the regiments advantages of the Moonlight School. Southard, Buel Robertson, Mrs. I. S. hold bliall rornain tho same as those iiiiuy lor army scrviso me ooarua dcl,vrated person by mail. w'11011 IrthslpotcU in the' fighting Adjourned. are in juue. inoro is one mm, ttow- As the men so notified appear tho Mason, Rhoda Wlllfaras, Ellis Sande-fu- r fixed by the Republic. ever, as to how the selection aids'first will make a physicial ex,of J,,I' x rod revolutionary Hags and "Blood Princes shall not bo allowWEDXKDAY. O. N. Stewart, Myrtle Taylor, , chlucry Is to work. Devotional e:;eroisos by Rev. R. D. Anna Boll Taylor, Efflo Gentry, Prof. ed to interfere- in politics. 'nmlnution in acordance; with special tho namo "Regiments July First. On tho western front there has Bennett. The loeal lwards are directed upon 'OiJumtloiw to bo provided, henrlmci V "There shall bo no difference boS. P. McKlnney, Bortha Wostorfleld, Botli organisation to tako ovor from the 'in mind that all pewuns accepted lv uco llttIe luarkoi! activity. tween Manchu and Chinese. MarAddress by tho Instructor who ad- F. L. Sandefur, Nollie Johnson. registration precincts tho cards and tho mwlll be by ar"my tho Brltisii and Germans have carried vised' that all schools should icgln riage between thejn Is allowed. DUislou Xo. fl. W" Uo area around Lens on tho game date, and tho question lists of tho inen reglsterd on June 6, .utiiions. If the nhvstcial examlna- "All foreign treatlos and contracts Anna Carter, O. O. Williams, Winmml as' tholr first duty to provide a tlou lr passed successfully, then ana nonnwani. un mo Aisne ironi vas taUcn up by Ule teRCj,er3 nnrt a ona Stevens, E. C. Royttl, Maymo shall remain In force. betweon Corny and Allleo the French majority of thosa.dIscu8sing tho ques- serial number for each registration comes the iiuegtion of oxomptlon. "Tho stamp tax and other petty t Wltliams, Coma Sliults, W. A. Bol, card. This has given support to tho lie exempted or ,mve rogaincd a Hue of trenches from tioIl ravorod the uniform date, J'ersons who uinst Ethel Russel, Arvln Lelsuro, Marvin taxos arc abolished. belief that the solectiou Is to bo by discharged by tho local board In- -, tlie Germans aftor spirited flghtins. "Tho republican criminal civil codo committee on program for Dis- - Ross, Myrtle Schneider, M. L. Ross, In tho Treutlno south of Rla tho trtct A9IS0Clatl0Ii: CaVt. C. B. Shown Roporls wero current re- cludo: number. Blanrho Park, Eunice Sliults, Poarl is nboHshed and that introduced tho cently that the selection diawlng OKitors of the United States, of the Anstrians have attacked Italian po- Profs Prod shults j. F- - Bruner, N. LM Brown. J W. Myros, Ida Matthows first yoar under Hsunn Tung's Gov' -, I .' was to beWdo in Washington. Slutoi, territories and tho District Oftsn,0"s liplwoan I.abo Cariln and w- Mi Crowder, C. K. Caison and N. L. Lorenn IJowe, N. S. Hill, Lula Fulk- - ernment hy reinstated, Presumably tlio process orsolec- - cplumbla; inlnistors of roliglon, i.euro vauoy. iiomo reporis uiai nu RolB R9golutlon movided "Political offenders are pardoned. that orson, Eula Mosley. tion will be announced only a short ;8lU(iont8 of divinity, porsons In the tho Austrian olTortp woro chocked ....,., Trnr .T F nrminr hn ,,nhin i "Tho wearing of quques is option- " I tlmo before It is put in oponitlon. ,,,miniv r imv.il .prvien nr iiiA.wlth loss." to act on tho Committee Prof.IIoury MRS. MOORE GLAD POXY ral." When that will bo Is not known, ivnited' State., subjects of aermany, Greek Dcstrojov Hiinlc. A hundred Jnpansso havo arrived Leach or Ronda Wade should act for HIH.VT RAT LIXGERIE Seplembor 1 has boen tha tontativo ali 0ufor nllons. who have not taken Tho Crook destroyer Doxu manned him. to strengthen tho legation guard. dnte set for rtfllliiB tlw C35.000 of tho out ,)rgt pap0rs, county or municipal by n French crew, has beon dostroyed Early y I'suan Tung, tho oy Proper and improper punishment, Paris. Ky.. July 3. A number of first contingont to tho coloi-s-, for (,niceis, oustomhouso clerks, work-- ! in tho MoilUerraaoan Son by nn en- rtlgouswd by Prots. Clcor,o Crowder, Emperor, was taken into the imperial Xpuntf women recently diseevorod' a training. Progress with construction m(,n m Federal arniorjes. arsenals plosion. Twenty-nin- o inombors of S. W. Taylor, S. P. McKinney am'. nice, sandy' little bathing palace under the protection of Cn. canton-'am- i of the sixteen divisional ,mvy yarii8) persons in tho Fed- - tho crow Including ull tho officers, Henry Leach. . , place on Stoncr Creek and nre in th-- Chang Hsun, and placed on tlio" nionts Tor tho troops will govern that 'ora gorvico doslanuted by tho Prcsi- - woro lost, 'v Noon Rocess. hubit of paying daily visits to it to throne. The legation quarter of tho action, however. It Is now believed, dont ror exemption, pilots, merchant Iniluonces that determino destiny limlulgo In tho pleasure of a plunge. city Is under a hoavy guard and tho thcie will be no serious delay. nmr!no sailors, thoso with a statUH KIXK1) COAL PRICK outlined by Prof. E. S. Howard. Yesterday afternoon n party, chaper- troops of Gen. Chang Hsun are inWork To He Rushed. JH1S PU15LIO HARD which with icspoct to depondents Misscf. Zoda, Raymond and Mary oned by Mrs. N. A. Moore, visited termingling freely with tho Peking Tho exemption process will not,' tenders their exclusion desirable (u L. Pendleton read paper's on that the soldierly. Gen. Chang Hsun Is maintheir privato bench. Twif-o- f take a great deal of time It Is.dlih- - mairiod man with dependent wife or WashiiiBton, July 3. Clifford fascinating and luexhaustablo sub- - young womon wont in n pony cart. taining the strlctost ordr and no cult to cnlciriato tho time tho local child, grin of a dopcudont widow, son Thorno representing tho Iowa Lenguo Ject, Imagination Unhitching tlie pony so that ho could. troublo In Poking Is foared. Dounis win neoil lu passing on tho of a dependent, aged or iuflriu par-Munlclpnlltlos, told tho Senntol Drawing was discussod by Eunice brow80 on the luxuriant grass, they a cases t In t como boforo thorn. Tho out, or brother of dopendent orphan Intorstato Comrnqrce" Committee donned tlioU bathing suits and "soon JAPAN MAY KEX!) I1KR logulntions provide howover, thatiundor 10 years of age), those fouiul day that If tentative conl pilccs ar-- l Echoes from tha RmMer bv Cunt onjood the cooUng wateis. Tho pony FLEET TO THE ATLANTIC doclslon in nny individual caso shall morally doficlent and any member of ranged Inst week betweou the opeia-t- c. B. Shown hold the attention of tho tiring of tho grass, bogau to look for not be delayed more- than throo days any rollglous sect the Council of National D'lnstltuto... A special vole orthanks something else unci, espying what ho Toklo, Mouday, July 2. If necesU . . .. 7 .' . 111. II. n l...nl l.n..,l. .. I n . r. ..I fl.l 1tuny.. xo, ...inn, ...1 v i"" " unaiiio. . wuuiiu vreuu. . iur-- 1 n'lieu. iiuvmnu puriiiiinuiu nicy wouki was tendered Capt. Shown for his probably thought lo bo a nlco bunch sary, Japan may send niJKjet to tho iniiiic . ... rrT... ...i.in... AnAnAAAAn - over entortnining i.i.i.. pruuuuiy can no inus parucipauoii in wnr aim wuosu ci.si consumers ifYuu.uuu.uuuiiiu wuuiu puci-hand Instructive address. of American Beauty rosos hanging Atlantic, tald Tomosaburo Koto, carrled'thrii in less than thirty days, jreilgons com Jettons accord with tho last yem's soft coal hill. Address by Instructor on the Spirit from a bush near tho water, Minister of tho Navy, In tho Diet y. in a siaicmoiu accompanying mo creed Should tho tenjtutlvo prlco3 be of Growth. Tlio Mlnlstor wns roplylng to to dovour it. announcement of tho regulations tho nndo permnnont, prices ho bald, claims Km- - Dopendcnts. Prof. Sliults Introduces Dr. W. A. party came out. of tho criticism of tho opposition that tho When tho President called upon tho boards to Claims for exemption becauso of which operators in the Indiana field Ganflold, President of Ccntro Collogo wntor, Mrs. Mooro wa3 horrified to dispatch of Japanese warships to tho do tlfelr work fearlessly nnd Impart- dependents may bo mndu by tha man hnvo been receiving in tho last sK of Danvillo, Ky. " Mediterranean was not required by find what was once n nlco big sumially and to reniember that "our arm-los- himself, Ula wlfo or other dependents months would bo Increased over 50 e Adjournment. almer hat, trimmed with red rosos, .wii3 tho terms of tho the front will bo strengthened or by u third party, who has per- per cent. THURSDAY. now only a ragged rim of straw, Tho liance and was merely for tho benoflt nnd sustained if they bo composed sonally Investigated tho caso, A Mr. Thorne declarod tho tontativo (Preb8 Hour.) pony was unablo to apologlzo tor his of the Entente and not for Japan. M. of men freo from any senso of c'alm madu by tho husband must bo coal prices are from GO to 100 'per Invocation by Rev. W. H. queer gastrouomlcal feat, and Mrs. Kuto declared tho Government was In tliclr modo of solectiou." accompanied by supporting nlndavlU f.ent greater than voluntary contracts with tho AlMooro went homo hntless ,glad that Justified in Tho statomcut follows: signed by tho wlfo m(d by tho head entered Into within tho lost thrco Minutes for proceeding days read.'th0 pony 0id not discover somo of hor lies tp bring about tho defeat of "Tho regulations which I am to of n family "residing In tho territory. months between operators and rail-loa- and npprovod. Means of securing other aU,ro Umt could not havo ue0 Germany, day causing to bo promulgated, pur- A claim by tho wlfo or a third part for-th-e ensuing year. ueuer attendance Miss Pearl Brown spared. suant to tho direction of tho selective must be accompanied by affidavits "Wo aro protesting against oven a How to beautify houso nnd ground Tm ltojs Drtmncil. price-fixin- g service law, cover tho remaining signed by heads of families. Similar tontativo ngreemont," Miss Ireno Ward "and Mrs. Ireno Hickman. Ky., July 2. Whllo In Appointments Aiiiiouuml steps of tho plan for calling Into the rulos govern claims on tho grounds of said Mr. Thorne. Ho wanted prices Duff. Frankfort, Ky July 2. D. O. swimming near hero two boys wero servlco of tho United States qualified clner depondents, tho dependents or fixed by a Government agency. Community organization Prof. E. Mysatt, of Clinton, was appointed drowned yesterday. Ono Is tho son men from thoso who have registered third parties being authorized to (Ho F. Llles. First Assistant Attorney Genoral; of Mrs. Fannie Croft, and tho othor those solectod as tho result of this claims with supporting affidavits. In GERMANY IMPOSES FIXE OF W. W. Browdor, County agent O. II. Hogan, of Wtlllamstown, Sec- a son of John W. Munger. They woro process to constitute, with the reg- each case the board must be satisfied $.10,000,000 OX RUMANIA Attorney excellent talk along tho lines ond Assistant Genoral; In swimming and a passerby seeing ular army, tho National Guard and before it grants exemption or disof teachers assisting In arousing pub Frank Daugherty, of Bardstown, their clothes on tho pond bank and tho Navys the lighting forces of the charge that the dependeut or dependJassy, Rumania, June 30. Ger- lic Interest in farm work." General, not seeing tho boys, called but reThird Assistant Attorney Nation, nil of which forces aro under ents actually aro supported mainly many has imposed a fine of Instructor gave Interesting talk on and D. L. Howcrton, of Ashland, law ceived no answer. Tho pond was tho terms of the law placed In a poon the occupied territory of the duties and usefulness of tho clerk today by Attorney General Mor- - Immediately dragged and the two sition of equal right, dignity and re (Continued on Eighth Page.) , Rumania. County School Board, followed by rls. .. bodits found. . ,. C rules to scr-vlc- latest 3 ' ' J J I '...., ,,,, f,. I .- i J s ..,, h. ,,,,, .,,r,,,.i B. ...., car-rlo- '.,,, .,,,, I ,.. .. - -- ," - I I to-da- DH-isio- that-sixtee- n H-- I I "-' Fua, a j v K-s- n ' i . J y &-- S 1 I o i ol ( s ..i'... nt ..... d Anglo-Japanes- ds HOMAGE PAID TO AMERICAN TROOPS coasider that Prassaa a:l;tarisai has been destroyed, aad the peace eoadi-uo- u aw deaiaaded will tkea a RUSSIA SEIZES Washington, June 30. Early tlement of China's troubles was SURPRISE- A FORCES from forecast Monday In dispatches to the Are You One of Them? ertr raised at Tliere area great maay people who arkrefc Nicholas RomaaeC, formerly State Department telling of tho t! Raia, eajoyed tee rer - jficial effect of the recent American woM be xerr mack beaefited by tak- to tsc Ckamberlala'i TaWu for a wtk ease for life only are beea taken note- - t.thers to 1 Chinese loi;-i Streaath ef Army Traar-rte- il War Zene Eteeed Hope- - of Are yoa oae from aim by the proristoaat corera- - announced the formation of n conll- disordered stomack or AlHe. of tkem? Mr. M. R- Searl. 3&ld - .Seat. A special eoamtsetoa of the tion cabinet. The new cabinet, according to loRn- irteitin. N. V.. rela.c her csperi- - Goreramea: has beee dfecas.Mnr prop- - tkn advices, is to be a coalition body tablets: "I whether raad. palace a ad other ease ia tke ae of tke of the moif j & STn Ytth my siomaek parts, Jaly ertj- owaed by Nicholas aad e':mat- - with representatives of both tho con- a : '.1 be stitationalits and the militarists. LI ith aJfOBt . a0ctBs aro, aad w trocb-- e to be worth i 4 S. . r MMmu eoxct uataii ye arrhral ot tht rtffttatfw of j fCr by the State. Th com - Chine Shi, whom President LI hnd or tare ar!; with ca$ araay te Fraae er- - iB(i the Hnsacewfully sought for premier is the at: of aiy aiitoa alo coasWer iM .UB.-W- a wh aad after the dismissal of Tuan Chi Jul. aro?-rtof the graad' dak alaie Freoai tomak. Oar ararrfc: advised tM Uyrhtas to uk CaabrUla' Tablet. I took dafces5 worth afeoat JSlt.v '.)0 notified the legation that he had ncioMler; of cetped the post in the belief that tho oa ot the bsrt:Sio of the Nat- - 4 bottle koxe aad the Srsc dose re- - should be selied for the bet-f- t k weadeXly. aad I iey: the sabUc The valae of the jroper- - two factions had folvel their dlfi- - Lk tOMl rederaUoa for the AMVof the urtd A oa 1 was eared." iT owa4 by the foraaer Caspar or ereaces and that peace was at hand. Woaaded U the Chaaaas Erye. Bat: them aatil ' The American note to Chlnn urg- roya". hers of the Jacr crowd aeaibled. j U asaal 7, uhieu do act rrileve pba. bat - ,. - !--- ha beea reljered sar o? fc espected. prof. Okaa- - ' lag both factions to- compose tholr h esUatated br wfcrrr &ta. Persktar .diaerences. about which so murii ieC at J5"5.te.4. awl waited jUeaUy ia a dowa?or preTert its recarreace. nJ of rate: for :h arriral of the Aaeri- Ia additios. the professor asserts, alsaaderjtanding centertnl, wns re-Nicholas still has on deposit .n the ported as having created a very Great plac- - orable impression in China. INTERNED LINERS of Earlaad Gea aro ia pcortf. - for Britain, Japan and France declined t5 there-yea- rs . to follow this country's course of acFeriatsr!" PI rV liV FQVIfF tlie ralay day -which aow has -rL.iULU 111 uLlIlUL.ThIaseGraaa-B,keA,es4i1.:eto tion on the ground that any sugges ASBericaa Axhaseador Saarp. Wa" Berry, of the Asserbaaa ChaaEber Emperor NhoU left tion from the outside might have n the foraier lls os deposit ia the 3aak bad effect. of CoapBere ta Parts: MaarJc GEFwLN ESSEL5 TTRNED of a. priMe: of the Learae of Patn TO SHIPPING T.OARI ; Bi- riots, were aaoar thoe preeat. are alM :w RoiMac ' ily BV PRESIDENT. Vkes. Gea. Perskla? entered the t faads. Oae was foat --i by KING INTERESTED tra rooca oo of the aaiaed Freack Alesaader HI. whem oa his dea-- t bed to lisped forward to salate ate la Liradte-- . whick sow IN SHELL MAKING ' ia Hirky-seT-e- a Th aad , is iavested ia P.as-the aaaie of hU eoairadef. Waskiartoa. Jaly woaaded prtrat said: of the Gersaa aierekaat skips is within reach of the rrrolat..tary mrsraTSfir Anfiiher. acuatial Taoari roaaded. oar foaU still setied ia .Vasericas ports at the Louisville & Nashville MAKES FKEQIKNT VISITS TO . by were trraed of r Tftrit witi the ardor ef coahci. We KACTOIUKS AND CHATS ' of tie fllssuioas Fresldeat Wllsoa to the skippiaa lade'r II. w'keaie liberated 4. saiste ia tae Limit RooaJ Tn? lovat Fut froa Iliriw i j "IT" WOIIIOIE.V. Gta. Perskiar. Presldsat Wilsoa aad board today for peratloa. The other serfs for S eaci ia ISM. BOSTON $36.75 foerteea already are ia possessioa ci Chief aaioac the properties taken NEW YORK $36.75 lir zoWe AaierKsa peojle."" r. 5. To Decide Victpry. the Nary Deartaieat. froas the foraier Eaperor are tse so Reduced Fares to many other cities and marts M-- 3arrj said tas Geserars tlsit Title to the Tessels was Tested ia called "Cabiaet Laads." Tber coa- - j' London, July 1. King George is In the East and North es- - becoming an expert on machinery and ftti tyiaboae. a? "tkroark airs the Presideat ia a resolatioa passed stitated oae of the largest priv:e His frequent visits to 3 Variable route fares available through Washington, BaltiAzzejies. salates osr sraUbited. aad by Coarress ia Mar. Maar of tiem tates ia the wrld aad iadadei vast shellnakiag. more, Philadelphia, New York, Boston, Montreal, Toronto, rcias to decide the eeaiiac already have beea repaired aad pet ' forests, reld. sDTer. platioaa: and munitions works all over England to .ti Niacara Falls. Buffalo. Detroit, Atlantic City, the Adiron- "a t iastaace by Tietcry. woa ia tie factories for a:ak - , inspire the workers by his presence to crrlce by the hip?tac 3oard. copper aalaes. dncks,Lol;cChamplnin,nml other d tie and reorta of the glass or porcelain have given him splended opportunity er scroes." which proceeded aa2iaUy wlthoat iac paper, textiles, East and North, including trips on Atlantic and Great Fonser Praiir Bartkos readerrd awaitia; today's execatiTe order riv- - aad 1.5W ioer mills. Xieho's de- to study the work and the machine Lake Steamers. Vith which it is done at close range a year ia rived hassre to the arst Aaserieaa troops iar it ioraaa! jarisdictioa. , Tor prtJcuIn; nttu foUtn. etc, rptr Both the King and Queen Mary The total toaaare of the eirhty- - from the reata! of these proper:. ?s to rscklar Freaeh soil, sayicr la II. E. MISCIIKE, Ticket Agent draw intense pleasure from their soldiers: Several pesasts or others. sevea ships exceeds tie "The laadtag has rret siraiSeaac have roae.to the War Iep&rtaet for ' The frser Fasperor Xfefeo'i? an- - visits to munitions plants. They talk te with the workers, and many is the iacome whea ke was dej-It ceaas tiat Americaas have aader- - traasaoru. bat It has sot beea de-a Yoe kave straccl&d stood. cided defaitely whether they are to estimated bv Prof. O&aaiea" a: J5.- - pair of fine white gloves that the yesterday amaaaaam It ts attached to the bows Ti q Tae Dm& allowed k ai SS,- - aaeen has spoiled by shaking haml3 and when left down a netted projecfoarat for them asd for ike democ- reaaia ander coatrol ef the depart- Kac-fart- h "L girls employed in shellmaklng. wnrld. with racy of the entire a' year to pay the tx;-a'aammc""' neat or rffi reTer: to the Sfeiaaisr tion extends a dozen or more feet nil they agbt for yoa aad they will &&tr&. The President's order acxia- - of tie Imperial Court, bat, of , Kins Intcr-te- tl. either cile of the ship. If a mine i Kias George never fails to show artnge yoa." ally pia all aader the boards eca- - extraTaeace, mismaaremt aa-It is picked up an He encountered Ga-- Pershing who was visibly troL paferaac. the aaaaal cst amoaated kea carosity over everything. asks many questions and his know- - brought to the surface at a Kilo dis exclaimed: "Lo: stored, arose aad accordlar to the The ships retaiai for cosaercss.: u tance from the vessel. lire Fraate!" The wouaded soldlr ' ssrrice win be pat for the meet par: ' ss&tearait of Zaaasche. Cciaelor of ledre is extensive, Tho ship to which the device was mostly The Qoeea is concerned ij. to arise aad sams asoved aled raas. tho tke Fmptre. attached is on her first visit hen - T0 e broarfct from MaaSa to tk cratchK la the air. wkSe all shoctAcoaoatiQ of H th- "appaa-- ! w:th the human side of the factories since April, when she was compelled d: repairs may be teat irbiads fram wiiek tae Graad She asks the women how much nion- - to seek a dry dock from a mine. The PadEC Coast --Zmsz Ut2 a lUeey they ears; whether they like the States" & jvs pciSe. Ta tks at Hosotaa. Dales aad Dackes ; if they are satisfied: how they explosion, otticers said, tore n big Their acrtamartoas lkrsri Gea too. sar reaais ia th PaUac to tacome was deaaaaded by :he Coaail a:aay other things along hole in her bottom and MII11I otio pertkta? to ike Krea. wkere ke E&J-- i e rrea: assotat o! fmrht sad 5?!M-r- s Depiies live. aaJ member of the crew. . Water-tigh- t Airs. F. M. Jones, cl tfc ceatcs- of aaotker demostritJoa x Kiitixr sm?aseat xlac tk coast tc-- Thee laads ar feettasatec to be wrtk the same line. On their recent "swing around the compartments held and the ship was tfe-erwwd Jrklek Palmer, Okla., writes: tec asd stood vi3dTtck-Tke meters of the iible to make port without nsslstnnc" "From the time entkroetk the raia wxitiar for rSsaj- - 7 shiptar Board kx aaaoeaeed former royal Joes oSered to sr-- . aaaitioas circHit" the King and z: - -eadr tkeas to the roveraaseat if theiQee visited the great naval con- tered into woraaahocd ee of the Amerieaa cemsasder. so reral metier eoECeraiar opri Ohio. I looked with dresd r .strectioa wroks of Vickers, Ltd., j St.ite of (.ounty.City of Toledo. Sunn Exiecsatia&s. tios of the Genaaa ship or of rr ,qi.:ioK liaitadrf if ss. i.ucas from one Tacnth to lhe Dakes 'where 35.00 persons are employed j tk Prank J. Cheney makes oath that h saaths aad a half after bdiar. bat t Grraaest fc wm ekart- - 3eids the laas, theas pr.vate idea of the immensity of the plant Is senior partner of tho firm of F J next I suifercd with ray hardy trooas arrtTe ia sB tews n u aa4srtocd owse. be tad Cheney .4 bui back and bearing-dow- n ; palaoes or (caa le gaiaed. from the fact that it ot TolcJo. Co . ilolneana Iness in the Cltv froat, aad it ts ?$ maoa tke Faropeas County r siarfc triai- - This Ua wis dirtdaa more ax State aforesaM. ana that ahl tlrm will pay the su:n ct pa;a, uatfl life ta rae was 17.- - covers 270 acres of ground. im be BOt a modest adTaaee saard. xs tk scrsced iT ta board ix charterlax TfIU.i ONK 1IU.NURKD DOU.AKS for ea- h Thoroly At Home. a miserj-- . I weald thiak onl every case of C.itarrli that cannil k Stoat kopefal hardly dared ta expect tmi. jyjj vjj,5 repaired, to the Freseh Smz of ths .ztioit s j .a. King aad Queea were thorory curoJ tivtlicuse of IIAI.I.'S CATAHItlt could not endure the The aad the Oa the eoatrarj. the fo"rrs aich i -, lutis ccrrrameau for tras- - richest ted fca tk MKDICt.Ni:. rUANU J. CHKNKV Sworn to bofore me nnj subucrlbca In pain any longer, and I take ,at home with the workpeople who are ray presence, have jast 'oaied oe ow tkore tar- - pxxmx ot fod aai coal The hcari Th tlila eth l.iy of December, - liter the eoaasc aroad. trst of their loyalty; second. A. D. 1SW. Rradually got worse . . s e,t v. ik A. W a m:son. tu Ttitar shiek aeali recaabT tr u Seal) Nothing seemed to help Notary l'ublle. aa the m.mb aaa ui ure fno.ioijs- cv.uriuuiRius iney Hall's CntArrh MeJIclne U taken Inare koaa aspected witkia so sisort ? jfejj irjuy aasi thai & ji, Cria me until, one day, . . . ao oa:;eafattam vasjare making ia the conduct of the ternally ana nets thmuKh the Ulooa on ij. MK tia- - Wkaa ve recall the Isarth j--r jv ?rjr; jhip;4ar ccaoirai. I decided to war; sad. third, of the tact that of tho Mueom Surfaces of the b'jsjcm. Seni owners time it took Easlaad to mot her for TirtetHy 2JI 1 tie iiSpi for testimonials, free. it2 Jd 10 the jthe whole Ia.O0. not a single indi- - e , .p.- J S"N:v ft CO . Toledo. O. iimUir'y ?s to Soatk Africa, aad. satire aa-- ia srrie. by all ilriiKcUt. e. TAKE ;vidaal is oc strike. iemrtk of itme it took as to more Hall's Tamlly rills for conitlpatlon. Vb Need a 5jriar Lxvative. As the men aad women, boys and ; wfll re Ur. Kia?"s Xew Lift Pa.a Yooae to 3a!eaiki. tk rajt-Dia: Gd. aalli ' t - Ttt'M y the --Userl-' k vaf vta, Sirts. erowaea roost! tae royal party. rc have aset mere faT- - mw-- Wc Tlmt's The point. ywar a.tetiaes. tae Vere ; tke King aad Qaeta eagoged dotens toes ia its fall sJsaiSeaae. tT iroat ji,. more rood than On tho night In question, Mr krics i a the rtmvrlams CL ad DiarThoe of the Wood- - .Get tat: seasrfcsa . a ialormal eoaversatioas. trtal mW uLB w w I'J "A ?" work lac kweV said the Witness, tllil you not hau iecral tVJ L.'J " sdaat teal as their trcops p.exoiy Jcla F. iaauee. Eitxy sriaf lerw Jeiar cs: tf yoer sys- -, -to oae dimlasUve hoj "Why drinks of whiskey? Wea dcabCsl who hs r ejt. dear yar ,Qe says cf a d Caaa- -' tMt. brtrfcse kare WitiioHs Tlint' my luislneks vm- : tie Amartcam -oare st-j- -. aad sap -- v CK1 Kmc.r e&atplexiom. Get m: cii Lawyer know It's jour buMiies , mam he replied. , to ha Fiiis. yoa?" m ET famiSr aad eaa r- - f rood gmsVkMk Iwalthy iV&od. bc.: st ia time wale tailedtre-- but wore you nttomlliiK to it? Dos- are tha at ia jaat New- 1M Pffl are a u betar aa cxe:aaJiy Kutr on Tr:uicrlpt. A catcher." pr- The Woman's Tonic moral aad material Aaaeri- m ia? toxutre that aMt areaarauoa." n(rhafs tkat?" war that Geraaa brataliry kae At all rg-- ; ei(fetv j.7 t.airku -"1 took four bottles," Cliatiibeil.ilu's C,iU. ,,iul Diarrlioe.t Gid Boy." Sajr Queen. jirei acaia itse. Aaa what AMEP.ICAN LINKR IHRES I ritts. Mrs, Jones goes on to - - tee today U ob!t tkt eoauaoaotv i The boy hesitated, aad the Queen HfllK'llj, m ,iv " " say, "and was net enly j to relieve his embarrass- Now H tho time to buy n bottle of ' jet. Sack day kcaeKonk will Frtf.pi,fr vniiii lUrret- - f Salt-greatly relieved, but can this rommly so as to he prepared In r .Ttate tha weht of that formtdabl The dwm&stfc oauKs.;tioB of szi 0.48, JbJt : TJlt. airlF truthfully say that I have are a god boy to be cjso ni- one of your family MiouUl by the sword tkrcwa law the hauac 'Kar irt" spec rrojix .7r.iii barrili M; 1U.J9a ia net a pain. . . an attack of colic or illnrrhoci hae Sfextr reaaWie of America. wv Grmaa sbamria( dariar ker wy- - Zh4 poasAx aei. aa " It has nowbn two -tpresented ilui'iiK tho minuiior months - The am workman to ... rtItrf -- j.. . ta e- -. mre Aim It is PkO eaa. evea ia Gerauar. h btrreu f years store I tookCardui, P steward, and worth , liumlrtHl times Us cost when Uiad to tk taertubVt eoas44aeacs J Ardiaz W 3oti u.rwu wr it. 1 ... I am stUl la good and Klar iedtately koJ. "Hav noakil. ... iV uiiHhi cm-H- l aow ir m wr.r:! tk dare-- .' at ta " rtjtkfe risr, the health. . . I would ady engineer o V k.-,.- ' IkST" iWajUartoG of the commaxdiar fi- -' tia of ? W. tie Caltftd vise any woman cr girl King Ssrrer ryin- - rfKbi ia the atgatlve, and the satis- - win: iu:a'i'i;ii tiuiici: the kttef tkat oa Suu cr wji to use Cardul who is a kfa- - " ererythlos settled . Bid Cld Prw Sudden Cbaaae. f .. Ia.wr. ti A.fcic "ULTUHIV i. mvru trtse&e was ikaufert. sufferer from any female was the reply fittorUyr" "Tes sir." Sa.-lbriar all kiaa of watk-- r A third schaaa:ae was bat trouble." Kiag aad aad with it ooates colds aad the tl at a great dUtaxee. aad K sebaerre4 wrt 'rirht theI an gladremarked. It." That's Kattsaa City, Kiuis., July t Uoo i.J:7 inTtU. tk II you sulfcr pain caused to hear of wiater coarhs aad hoarse-as- immediately. . rfio Martin was sentenced to one 7il.S2 feirrtU, aarf tk pct from womanly trouble, cr win hundred da Dr. Bell's hi tho worUimmo for expzwU. tk CI t Virrte. TaJ tpia ta. aerfctt f , The itajsearers II) ou feci the need ola z a aew eold the old ira.iini a4mtratioa for tk saarks- - 2 beathiK his wife and the patrolmen saH ' t ia tk (,ti.rr good strengthenisg tonic wlib took him there ure. liislrucUM FOR FLETCHER'S The tactl Ti.a af tkt s. ;codxei &. tk sootkiaa balMms rliT tit xijhip of ike Americas n to build up yourrun-de, Ij to stop at the Ktw Hlter and duok v ear throat aad keal tk irritated lis- - ,kA. ! take the advice a.&i ftin tw. Martin under tho water threo times &t a bUle lvrc K iekiraa. aa swwul. of the ert-ol Mrs. Jones. Try Car, At your drargist. 'Martin, jour Mlilu are too ilety trcttmeat at Tort w a aki:II.VE SWEEPING BEVICK a gaac aai 1f, dul. U helped her. We 1 ia the Briiitk aavy. aad ke wa ap- BELVG ATATCHEU TO SlillS Judge lierroil commeiitod. Farmala oa the bottle. a The jeffa "They believe It will help you. ueed quenciiiK."" from Ue Amrieaa rxaars Vy tie lAdta.r attae vu u Siikrwc j l'KACK IN GK11MA.V HANTK by makiag a kaUfere kb; a karrei Mlehirar. ll.tlS.tli; Tri.l Aa Atlantic Port, Jalyl. A mlne- All Druggists HusliiOM BITCH l.VTKBPBKTATION tirrrt dert&g praeuce. OiHtM- - 14s7.7i; Okie. Eastte jTrepiar dtrte calcnUted to pick Jap aad tftly briag to the surface Wo have for sale, a nchoUuhln, tC. CaMaaraia. 1 : .7iJ; leastoa ike Amerioaas made mt Amsterdam. Jaly :. The Teierraf kmMf rw OCI ot jj Perhaps the mari.be featarejasy taint that taay be in the path good for a comploto course In either Is aow belag attached to a Bookkeeping interpret Premier Uoyd George ixtdtuary kt and Accounting or vu the! of ia the talt ' speti oa peace, deMvered at Glas tzcrtm ac ctitt wf inae jaaa:b- of thipt proceeding through Stenographers Coutso tn tho Owens, gow, as meaning that if the Geraaa j boro Business & Industrial CoUeao. kjj void as sack or cits. Seal jthe waters of the war tone. FOR FLETCHER'S papie democratise their form of gv-- j works, the iaereu hfcr. 17 per oettj Oae of the derltes was observed For irtlculr apply at lleimullcMt Call on llxe Hotmbllcaa for Flue eraateat then the Entente Alies will , j. A tf Job, ITUUtt. tai the izfiil fia&ic &f xt3: tail es e ptkttartr liitr which arriTed OfflCC -a wider the says; 'Feaee mar, therefore, be coasM- -' ered to U la tie haad of the Ger- maa people. Philip She4demaaa. VICTOUV IN WOULD WAR TO BELtl.e Germaa fociiltst leader, appears DECIDED HV U. S. SAY have forseee Premier Lloyd, t FRENCH. k k ara-e- d George's deektraaatle immediate pattiac forward of tie loajer remala operative. Tie f.7AR'S FTATF uiniL VAST HOLDINGS OK NICHOLAS TAKEN OVER HV NEW REGLHE increased over 7 per cent and amo- , unted to 9, 973,450 barrcln, valued nt !,6$5,270. On the other hand, tho salt In- production of evaporated onJy c per nnu t0 ,7 G7I5,- creased 625 barrels, but tho valuo wan f an Increase of nearly IT. per cent. CHINA TO FOLLOW v. a. NOTE S$S WWMM VVSSVra NOTICE! BUY YOUR and end its thoi:iim:s B:nr." m Peetrocrad. Jaly- - I of the Associated a:r - ?;... Prs) (Correspond- -' Prop- -' ' - 1 1 - i STRAW ftAT 1- - 0e FROM tir. rttd iirt pif s :- -r setra;ed y . - Cl a whtr - Hub Clothing Co. J HARTFORD, KY. ,- T r& fnrly tt t-- - , 1 aSSSSfljS J3.,' fav-Bn- V sssVrV,vvv,vw;v&vvv fe . -- 3ar-mb- s. 0-E- $:.. p-j- i , old-te- rs 1- - oet-brea- s: pra .... $:... aaK-.r.:- s .i WYommsMi via Railroad 30-Di- a-- wi ( la - $;..? ;rc-St- s , S.e. ai ;... . ss r .i bec-as- e 1 tlr traa-Atlaat- Je $rrl $... 's 1 ; I - f- - ratti ea-cy- d J I Life I Was a Misery 1 i. -- I -- War-nsea- - 14... ( T3 41 ... 1 tss tmT&r-iA- G-a- ad ..stited ttsj a aa am aaa Bases ia--- wc-rt- - C.-- w'.i Ciasum..w m- etes we r:a ; i - ! j-- &- 2.01 ; -0--t- laa . . Uf tr si.. rti - X jAt v-.-a; 1 uati - i-; kyiisiii 'aiiSL Lv-rVt-v- jl xm a aa-sir- v. i- .rDuiprvl " , Jit tie J , ww ?- vt ir qi I ;.. cim?ac lil r lIt w ." a5i ; I v-- s!?- - iare f;Ti!" Ktl.s. ;iKH8JWn ar re-T- rkt. ,.. j-- w Ge5cl b" 1 " e. uwhnt utru vtnit X-t- Piae-Tar-Hoa- k4 orW if. ?. to-da- y oa. .., ne .... srttiT i,. nU -- . ...i.. v iri I'tuisir N-- 1 ,5-- jrdr. Children Cry C ASXO Rl A w krriJ p'-a-a 1 C.7.::: lilt - att Children Cry jrt' Tals - OAST.ORIA xit I ! , Juem,u. w -- jy zataaasg? J 'V'Tlj! Nrf French hnvo been nblo to mnnufac-lur- o GERMAN SPIES scorn small in comparison. "There is no doubt nhout tho nbllYET IN FRANCE GERMNN'S RETREAT ity of a country that produces n million nnd n half automobiles a year to turn out aeroplanes In enormous numbers, and these, added (o tho FRK.VCHMAX" TURNS OUT ItV liOMItAUlilVf) ItUI.VKIIItlDOi: British nnd French air squndrons, ,"OM TO 1113 KAISKR'S SiXIWT avi:nui:h roit will bo able to force n German retreat MIDST. CUT OI! beyond the Ilhlno and thVeatcn every German city and Industrial town with certain destruction." j Manchester, England, July 1. Tho WnshliiKtoii, I). C, July 1. "Tho cunning of tho German Intelligence I Oonnnns will bo forced to retlro XOTICR. spies in i Offlco In being nblo to keep tho Hhliio ns soon ns tlio Allien Wc rig'tln call the attention of our France, and the method In which with tho hull) of tho United Statea, to the tnH tlint The Repub- they nro unearthed Is Illustrate by arc alilo to cntnhlish supremacy in tho readers lican Mill publlxh no communications this story from Franco' in the Manlr mid put on tho Western front u Guardian. licet of 20,000 battle-plane- s and unless signed by tho author. Ken" nchester have been a pretty village "Must typo which weeks pass that anonymous nitlcles bombing miichinofl of tho tho Intelligence once," observed America in cnpablo of producing in nro not received nnd It Is not our Officer. t enormous numbers," says Command-e- r "Yes. Mnkes you hato tho 'bally to hurl newsy Items Into tho J. W. Seddon of tho Ilritlsh Hoy-n- l waste basket. This anonymous com- 'war, doesn't it?" replied tho subalNaval Air Sorvico. tern at hjs side. "1'rnctlcally nil tho Ocrmnn army's munication rule is stated each week I A French vlllago htttl stood on the nnimunltlon, food nnd other supplies nt tho head of tho editorial coin inn 'spot. Now all that was left wero a nnd must bo adhered to. Requests must ho brought across tho Rhino. Hint names lie omitted from print. few masses of tumbled bricks with Tho great Oornian munitions plants hero and thcro tho renmins of n wall nt Ksscn, Dortmund, Itarmcn and ro compiled with, hut the manuscript showing Its ragged outline above tho must bear tho writers' signature. most of tho other centers of tho "iron wasto of shell craters. A little way THE EDITOR. country" lio beyond tho Hlilnc, and apart lay n great pile of masonry every gun, every shell they manuwhero tho chateau had stood, and facture must cross tho railroad AKRO 110UTK. leading to It could bo traced the bridges of tho Ilhluc, skeleton of its once stately avenue of I Across Atlantic After War, Is Predic ( Could Destroy Hi blue. trees. Blackened and torn by sheila tion. . and "With 20,000 Imttle-plano- s they now raised their shattered bombing machines, orgnnized In trunks nnd limbs to tho sky or London, uno 30. A transatlantic sprnwlcd in ruin upon tho mud. largo squadrons, wo would be able easily to destroy every bridge across line of aeroplanes, carrying passeng- Old Freiiclimnii Found. tho Ilhino as well as tho railroad ter- jers between Now York and London In A scene of utter dcsolution. There minals on this side, and cut the Ger- two days at a total cost of obout,$l a was Ufo onuogh, tho, at tho chateau, man army off from all their, sources mllo was prdlcted by G. Holt Thomas for Its cellars housed the headquarter of supplies. And as fast as a bridge In an address which ho delivered be- - of a British division, and cars and Society of motorcycles nnd orderlies came and Iforo tho Aeronautical was rebuilt it would be destroyed. ' "Tunnoling under tho Hhine would Great Ilrltaln. went continually along tho road. To complete tho rosy forecast, probo a long nnd costly process nnd still Then, ns tho two officers wntched, vould not solvo tho problem, be- phetic films wcro displayed, showing a flguro, different Indeed from the cause the bombing of a tunnel exit or tho departure and voyage of a trans- alert ones In khaki, was seen moving cntranco would more effectively block atlantic aeroplane nnd also the drop- (slowly to nnd fro in what had been transportation than tho destruction ping of mall pouches at postal air Mlin olmutnnu rarden. of n bridge. Tho moment that tho stations between London and tho "What's that fellow?" said the InOermnn staff saw this was oveii North of England. telligence Officer. Has Wide Experience. threatened tho retreat across tho ' "Oh, it's an old French civilian. Tlhlue would havo to begin in order j Mr. Thomas, who has had much Usod to own tho chateau. Huns shot to savo tho nrmy from the certain experience in flying and building air- lits wlfo. He buried some stuff there annihilation that would overtake it if craft, said Hint aeroplane mall sor- ho says. Papers all right, you know. left in the trenches without ammuni- vico could bo established commercial- Got permission from the French and, ly. "A special aeroplano will enable from General Headquarters to como tion and food. "In the past," explained Com- tho business man to leave London horo. Nice old chap: I've asked him mander Sedon, "tho Hlilnc has beou In tho morning, transact his business to havo dinner with us tonight." a great military asset tp Germany, In Paris, and Iks homo to dinner again "I've- - got to raise dinner somehut tho moment tho allies afo able ho said. "It will take him to liagdnd where myself," said tho Intelligence to establish air supremacy, the Rhino in a day and n half or New York In Officer. becomes an enormous menace to tho two days." Righto. Wo'll find you some." The cost from London to Paris, he tafety of tho kalsor's troops." "Thanks. So long till then," was added, would be a fraction moro than tho reply, and the Intelligence OH1-cCould l.cuvc I'litli Of Iluln. "And when Vhoy aro driven 'back $1 a mllo running one machine each went his way. across tho Rhine, Ucrlln and every way and with four machines It would Rcctjiiied As Spy. cents. A other important German city will bo work out at seventy-fiv- e Tho old Frenchman told many within easy range of our 'bombing profitable chnrgo for passengers stories during dinner of tho comlm; damage would bo $25 each. A mall loiter of of tho Germans and of their cmel planes. What enormous could then bo dono by squadrons of ono ounco could bo profitably carried blood lust, and no ono could withparcel hold pity from this worn old man 1,000 or even 100 bombing planes for ono cent nnd a three-poun- d cents. A passenger with tho look of infinite weariness in Is Illustrated by tho torrlblo destrucfor soventy-fiv- o tion of life and property by the sev- couId,Ko from London to iarsellles lits eyes. enteen German aeroplanes which vis- in eight lionrs Instead of twenty-thre- e, Finally the Intelligent Officer rose nt a cost of ?G0, or malls could "So long you chaps. I've got some ited Knglaud a few days ago." I asked bo carried for two conts an ounco. "Is It your Judgment," maps to do. Thanks awfully," ho Turkey In 20 Hours. Comur.mdor Seddon, "that wo can said, and was gone. Conulunlpolo could bo reached in produce tho battle pianos in sufficient Five minutes later ho reappeared numbers to achieve even part of the twenty hours for $125 a passenger with n sergeant nnd fivo men and arwonderful results you havo outlined? and mails nt five cents an ounco. rested tho old Frenchman. "There is no question of your Dealing with greater distances he "Happoned to bo at Bonn Univernbllity to produco nil tho battle pictured Ceylon tjs boing only two sity with him, and recognized him, days from London. tho it Is n dovillsh good disguise," he planes needed," was tho reply. "The nnd three-quartonly questions nro how soon you Toklo four and a half days, Sydney explained to" tho others. "He's an start, how much you spend nnd how five days, Capetown throo und a halt nctor on tho German stage, and a well you organize. And tho biggest days nnd Vancouver threo dnys. deuced clovor spy," ho added. question of nil Is how soon you start. Lord Cowdray, the chnlrmnn of tho m mooting, said ho believed Mr. Thom-a- s In this wnr, tlmo Is everything. Sloan's Liniment For Rheumatism. "Flying boats built in America are estimate of costs to be near tho Tho torture of rheumatism, tho being used by tho Hrltfsh navy and mark nnd that It would not exceed pains nnd aclies that mnko life unnro doing fine work. $1 n mile. In Ills opinion commercial bearable, uro relieved by Sloan's Lin"When you AmeHrnns do get your flying was hound to como and como '.s aeroplane building program actually quickly nnd It would not require gov- iment, a clean clear liquid that way, you will make tho numb- ernment assistance) after tho first fivo easy to apply and more effective than niider mussy plasters or ointments because er of planes which tho Ilritlsh nnd or six years. It penetrates quickly without rubbing. For tho many pains and aches following exposure, strains, sprains Sloan's Liniand musclo soreness, ment is promptly effective. Always havo a bottlo handy for gout, lum' bago, toothache, backache, stiff neck and all external pains. At druggists. AIR NAVY TO FORCE greatly onchnnccd trade across the Pacific. New York Evening Post. Do Von Know t scitliks Keeping healthy Is a part of doing "your bit?" Univorslal public health service Is tho duty of tho Nation? Much vnluablo food material Is diverted In tho manufacture of alcoholic' beverages? Tho only good fly Is tho dead one' Good health is tho foundation of potsonal uncfulness either In peace or In war? Ho who Is too busy to care for his health may have to take time to cure diseaso? HEAVH.V HOME OF HER EMPLOYER, SAYS CENSUS Thnt? for Fletcher's Ihc I lc-sl- rc been made under his pcr- supervision since its infancy. AUow one tQ deccive you ln tWg All Counterfeits, Imitations and " arc but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. Just-as-good yrf C&&fjZttfo vzc7r. in use for over over 30 years, has borne the signature of Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been - Gonal has and ' Albany, N. Y., July 1. Tho New York State military census is going to show some curious information. For Instance, an unmarried, Albany girl gave these answers on her blank: "What Is your business?" "Colporteur." (Ono who sells or distributes religious tracts.) "Arc you In business for yourself?' - "No." Is the namo of your employer?" "The Lord." "What Is your employer's busin- Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its flgo is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTORIA -- "If not, what GENUINE CASTORIA 'Bears the Signature ALWAYS ess?" "Forgiving sins." "What is your employer's address? "The heavenly sanctuary." "Science has devised a machine Cua &&&& I ! that will measure a millionth of an inch," said the man who is always trying to surprise you. "I know it. I believe my restau rant uses one In cutting the meat for ham sandwiches." Washington In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought THE CENTAUR COM RAN V. NEW VOW K CITV. Star. LILY SEEDS GIVE GERMANS GASES The Germans get their poisonous gasos from tho seeds of tho sabadllla, a form of Illy grown In Venezuela, according to Dr. J. N. Rose, nssoclate curator of plants In tho National Museumat Washington. Dr. Roso says Germany had bought all the available supply of the. saba dllla seeds before the war and has been turning the seeds into poisontrench gases ous nnd which tho British and French have had to face. In picking the ecorts, thelaborers havo to use a mask of the irritation from dust. Great Britain has declared this seed and its extracts contraband. 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These terms are arrantej to suit your convenience, and it Is possible for you to buy a piano for your home, without . mlsrfrts the money, ft ORVaa Ri!arana ' aiarcK The Human Factors In Good Service There are three parties, to every' telephone conversationthe party calling, the trained operator, and the party who All three share alike the respon-- j sibility for quick and accurate telephone service. . answers. , I FORMER JUSTICE AV. What We Owe Japan. In tho ten months ending April 30, 1917, imports from Japan Jumped to a total of SlGC.991,000. For the ending corresponding ten months April 30, 1910, the imports .from Japan were ?11G(9SG,000. Here Is an Increase of ?50,000,000 in our pur- chases from Japan In tho period named; an average increase of $3,000,- -' 000 a mouth. Tho Increase for the month of Mny was still greater, and tho total for Juno promises to go that. This tells the reason why wo aro oxportlng gold to Japan. 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Patience on the part of.the telephone user and the telephone operator is also essential to good service. , Haverhill, Mass., July 1. Wllllnm II. Moody, a formor Associate Justlco of tho United Stntes Court, who retired soven years ago becauso of ill health, diod nt his homo hero early this morning. Ever slnco ho gave up his scat on tho Supromo bench, Justice Moody lias boen confined to his home. Ho was Secretary of tho Navy and Attorney Genoral in tho Cabinet of President Roosovolt and was appointed to tho Supremo bench in Dcccmbor, 190C. When you Telephone Smile &Sj3?V : ' i CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY XHturiiui'iicu O. Increasing Imports From Japan. During tho past fow weeks a Tokio lottcr to tho London Economist remarks, Japan's trado prospects, already bright, havo considerably Improved, especially in trado with tho United States, which although oa tho increnso for tho last fow years, has recently begun to show n more rapid advanco. During January and February, exports to tho United States roso $9,500,000 over tho same poriod last year, and ?10,500,000 abovo tho corresponding period of tho year bofore last. Imports for tho snmo poriod wero only $4,000,000 moro than in tho samo term last year. has of communication Freedom HORSE BRANCH for lns,t week.) Mrs. Nctter Faught of Olaton, visited Mr. Isanv Fttr's and family Tuesday and Wccliu-'Hiuy- . Mrs. C. W. Taylor spent Thursday in Louisvillo. Mrs. Loulso Schuler of New Orleans, La., is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Read. Mrs. J. S. Beau spent Tuesday in Oweusboro. Rov. Farris and wlfo of Olaton visited here ono day last week. Mrs. John Pierce spent Sunday in Roslen. Mrs. George Arnold visited her mother In Owensboro last Sunday. Mrs. J. T. Lashbrook has returned from a several days stay in Bowling Grcon. Mrs. Ira Loo Harrison nnd children Dunvali and Ira Leo of Loltchflold visited Dr. J. S. Bean aud family from Friday till Monday. Bro. J. W. Grcop and Mr. Jim Forguson Bpeut Wednesday in Hartford. Measles aro still an epidemic hero. (Too-late Want To Be you-have I You can be a success, and a big success, if AMBITION, ERERGY, NERVE. f The road to success is easy if you are properly prepared. A Business Education is the chief requisite 1 lor preparedness, ine uig men oi touay almost witn-ou- t exception are the men who prepared yesterday. We prepare you for the position that aro waiting for the prepared man or woman. School "m session tho entire year. Pupils may enter at any time aud receive proper classification. W Sli BR is (Incorporated) r ' P. RIDDLE, MANAGER, HARTFORD,. KY. ii VJSfii Z.iSZfS x?iif Children Ory FOR FLETCHER'S CASTO R A f OWENSBORO, KY. xj Hartford Republican. Eotsixl nrcordlng to law nt (he I'ortotllr ilaillorJ, Kjr., & mull matter ol the aocond ClAM, t resul van beyond ,io, ? and on.- - t'l'Ktoyors wviu, Tll ceremony was performed be- satlltiL'iii n ecroen the trim ( W. 8. TI.VSI.EY, Editor & lit.,. Mgr.l for nn Improvised altar In the draw j; lit. unr. ;!! harrr. Tie reaul s fi TWICE ATTACK SHIPS REARING u i! i,n:tio ueie in ru ruum, iiiu tuutr siiutwus uuuur i ol Ameri-.j AIOIV AMI SUPPLIES TO to ing Address all communications bower of palms, maidenhair fern and ' g it.ncrc. FRANCE. , Republican. Che Hartford "Not alone did the destroyers hold 4? Easter lilies. Silver candelabra held lighted tapers, and there was orchescue nt a snfo dlctance, but 49 NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS tra music during and after tho cere their speed also resulted In tho ? Sibrtrlbrra ilmlrltiR tfa I'oprr ffDt to n Dew mony. A luxury of the delicately ( NAVY'3 ANS KNOWN '"8 r " submarine, at least. Gren- - 4 d.lfN muiit trite the ulil adtlrn-- Id ranking the latles wero used lu firing, a charge of fKjae"t. ' explosive timed to go off at a safe was tho principal decoration Bnlnf Locnl" nn'I Notion 10c t'r IIdp nod 5c ro prr line lor rnch inMllloniil In'Ttlnn. through the spacious hallway and ad- .ti..rinM.u nmi u,.,t,,.,nj.iu .,illstancc under water. Oil nnd Oliltanrleit, Itnotutlotn nml Card ol TbinLCc joining rooms. There were banks 'wreckage covered the surface of the Our (.miners Saves Fleet In line, money In nilrance. 4S of it In tho corners of the room, and sea after a shot from a destroyer at 49 - Ku-r- Unit. tree, but otlCJ Ctnrch Notion lor fvlc btftnclieS and sprays of it on mantels n periscope. iJrertlKemrntK. 6c pr Hue. 41 nlll fecelre no and cabinets. "Protected by our high seas con- - 4? Inonfinotls cilmmtlnloitlan tttntlun voy, by our destroyers, and by French The bride woro her going away 3.- -r'. A French Seaport. July gown of dark blue cloth, with hat, top war vcsge,S( tho contlngont pr0CCC(1. rx:x.:2x,sxox7asc. coat and shoes of tan color, And she last units of the American expetll- - C) and j0eu- the others In a French :S3 carried a bouquet of valley llllles tlun.ijy force, comprising vessel port. Eumtsilani 41 CS raxmoro" Hutual "Tho whole Nation will rejoice that 41 and orchids. The matron and maid 'ciiifrt with supplies end horses, or 41 of honor wore white chiffon gowns, ere today amid thj screeciln? so great a peril Is passed for tho 41 JULY (I picture hats In white and carried iitt! FRIDAY of viustles and moaning of sirens .vanguard of the men who will tight 41 No more bouquets of varltlnted sweetpeas. Their coming one week after tho first our battles In France. 41 Tho bride's mother wore blacft lace troops landed, was greeted almost as thrilling Fourth of July celebration 41 It looks like the llussian Bear has ever white satin. warmly as the arrival of the troops could hnve been arranged than this 41 again hit the trail of ME & GOT. Following tho ceremony and re- themselves, because It meant com-- 1 Glad news that lifts the shadow of 41 dread from tho hearts of America." 41 ception an elegant wedding break- plete success of the undertaking." Let me see, In tho year 17, was It Secretary Baker wrote the follow 41 fast was served the guests seated at not, that Nicholas, Constantlne, Li small tables near a central" table, ing letter to Secretary Daniels, con 41 Washington, July 3. American veylng the army's thanks to the navy: 41 Yuan Hung and uncle Jawn Barley- where the bridal party and intimate destroyers convoying transports for 41 corn hit tho trail? "Word has Just tome to the Wnr triends wero gathered. The bride's at4? concenterpiece a circular France fought off two submarine Department that the last ships table had as 41 If Kerensky, tho heralded Russ- plateau of laurel, centered with tacks. The first news of tho flght3 veying Gen. Pershing's expeditionary 41 Napoleon, can keep that "Bar" sweetpeas. Silver vases held lilies was given out late today by tho Com- force to France ian Fafe today. As 41 arrived going Just right he may have ME up mittee on Public Information, with i.vou know, the navy assumed the re and sweetpeas, and in silver compotes 41 a tree before the roses blossom again were bonbons and ices In sweetpca formal announcement of the safe sponsibility for tho safety of these 41 arrival of the last of the transports ships on the sea and thru tho danger 41 shades. The place cards bore Cupid convoys. A movement has been started here Many appropriate with their zone. The ships themselves and their 41 in minature. At least one submarine v,is sunk convoys wero In tho to send our Boys of. Co. H, a box of toasts wero proposed the bride and hands of the 41 4Q vegetables on next Thursday after- groom. The bride is the younger Both of the attacks were made in navy, and now that they havo arrived noon. This is a step in the right daughter of Mr. -- and Mrs. Edward force, showing that the Germans had and carried, without 4? the loss of n 41 information of the coining of the ' man, our direction, while the' intrinsic value soldiers who are the first to 41 .ihaefer and a young woman of beau-t- transports planned to get them represent very much, yet may not amount to so and Mr Marks America In the bnttlo for 41 tnd accomplishment. This announcement was issued: eats from homo will be much ap- Is a civil engineer by profession, and I beg leavo to tender 41 domocracy. Navy Department at 5 o'clock help out some "The preciated, and it will to you, to tho Admiral, and to the 41 he .vi'I take his bride to a charming this afternoon received word of tli" navy, in their H. C. L., as under present home In Gaffney, S. C the hearty thanks of tho War 41 a French port of the Department conditions something extra will not 1 Among the visiting guests at the safe arrival at and of the army. This contingent of Gen. Pershing's exbo amiss. splendid achievement Is an auspicious 41 wedding were Col. and Jlrs. Robert last peditionary force. At the time the 41 beginning and it has been characteriJ. Lowery, of Atlanta, Dr. and Mrs. information was released announce-- ' We do not wish to provoke or prozed thruout by the most cordial and 41 41 long too much argument but refer ent also was made that the trans- - effective cooperation between the Misses Marks, of Hartford, Ky.ir11 the 41 it apo tlA nttn tr il litj mifi. two military services." ring to tho Editorial in that excel lot Mrs. Owen Gillespie, of Birmingham, nnt-J" 41 papa- -, the VterDld this wek, on Wi' Ull Witt il) UIIU&B. Seaport, July 3. A French Ala.; Dr and Mrs". Brown, of Roys- - 'SUaiJUl'3ship 41 was hit, not an American "No son. War &c, which was in part a ton, Ga. Sketching briefly the advance plans 4j life was lost, and while the navy whereby follows: all units of tho contingent I 4 gunners report the sinking of one "Yes, tho President kept us had to keep a daily rendezvous with I 41 COMPAXV II .ORGANIZES TO out of wai two years something submarine only, there is reason to warships, Admiral I 41 FIGHT DIAMOND BATTLES believe others were destroyed in the accompanying jiosMhlj' no other man in the Gleaves said that, thanks to his nav- -' 41 first night attack." United States could have done igation officers and despite overcast 41 Athletics is to compose a part of Not a Man Lost. and it is to him that wo owe skies which made astronomical ob-- 1 41 the training for members of the 3rd Secretary Daniels made this 41 our not being In war sooner. As servations impossible, each rendezKy. Inf., now encamped at Lexing-- . 41 to Mr. Wilson being elected vous had been minutely and accurate- - 41 ton and Company H, the Hartford "It is with Joy of a great relit f . ly kept by each unit. Tho orders he "for that special purpose and oiptmizatlon of that Regiment ex- that I announce to the people of the upon that special plea," that is y issued at the outset which compris pects to be a factor in the something new to us. United States the safe arrival in ball games soon to be pay- Franco of every fighting man and ed scores of details were observed, base Yes, Ho kept us out of war; Elect the Admiral declared, with such exWilson and have peace; Elect Hughes ed. Prand new uniforms, bats, balls every fighting ship. actness that the contingent units and RUSSIA APPEARS a'ptl other equipment will soon arrive '.'Now that the last vessel has and have war. Great Scott, Mr. Herconvoying warships invariably j met reached port, it .is safe to disclose ald, wo didn't 'hear any tiling else at the camp. The uniforms are FULLY AROUSED be o' nn attractive design with tho tho dangers that were encountered, each other within n half hour of the around hero last fall, either by day appointed time. and to tell tho complete story of by night, had It for breakfast, din- appropriate lettering. or This exactness on the part of the While there arc several mound peril and courage. ner and supper. This Is the first time navigation the admiral said, wo havo ever heard Hughes linked ai lists now in the ranks of the Comr "The transports bearing our troops undoubtedly officers, responsible was ln no DEATHS HEAD INSIGNIA OF NEW anv II is expected that Sergt. Fletcher wero twice attacked by German sub- with Wall Street, then too, directly ARMY, BEATS HACK ENEMY small degree for tho brilliant success after Hughes was nominated the Her- Owen will be called upon to do most- raarlnes on tne wav acr03S On both of the entire undertaking, because, WITH VIM. Edwin B. Mason, al- j occasions the of the hurling. were beaten off ald said he couldn't win because the thanks to it, the troop and supply bosses didn't want him. Where in uiouBii recemi)- ii.uiaii;.iuu lu l'"3 with every appearance of loss. One ships were never for a moment unSam Hill wero you all last year- - that band is Blatcd for the receiving end. was certalnly sunk, and there is reas- by the Com- - on t0 bcileve Ul0 accurate fire of our guarded. all of that elect Wilson and have Mason was transferred Petrograd, July 3. MaJ. Gen. The admiral allowed tho Associatpcaco elect Hughes and have war pany commander only on condition gunner8 Bent others t0 the bottom. Hugh L. Scott. Chief of Staff of the glimpse ed stuff Is news to you. I vould have inai nis new captain woum pernm .For purpose8 ot convenience, the Into Press correspondent a somo details of the exhaustive United States Army and attached to willing to miss a covet- him to play with the H company expedition was divided into contlng-teaalmost been there being no team In the, ontg each contngent including troop preparations for departure from Am- tho American Commission to Russia, ed week down on Grassy, to havo company. Other shps and a naval escort ,iesI(.nC(, t0 erica, which of necessity provided arrived at tho Southwestern you, out of ear shot of Headquarters front been with members of tho team will nofbellCep off such German raiders as against every routine occurrence and cry. that constant and continuous in time to witness the beginning countless emergencies. Without going Just have ,nglt jJ0 met Why friend? I can almost hear it selected until all candidates " ocean' rendezvous had also Into detail, he pointed out' that these of tho Russian, offensive on July 1. been given a thorough try-ou-t. now, and It's news to you, you are ..An A subscription paper was recently ,)een arranKed with the Amrican preparations Included minutest plans He wns accompanied by Col. Robert certainly ono lucky man. As to our even; reasons for being in war, beforo God circulated In tho company and a lib- - (iestroyers now operating in Euro- - about movements, signaling nnd so B j,. Mtchle. of the General Staff; , disposal of tho vessels' garbage, lout. Col. T. Bentley Mott and Llout. and man, do you believe that wo had eral donation to the nthletic fund was pea waters ln onler that tho pass- roceiveu irom tno oincers anu men. K0 or t)l0 ,lanBer zone rnlf,ht ,)0 that no tell talo trail might be left.'Col willlam St. Judson. any better reasons for being In war In A big contributing factor In tho l:lllu Koot( tho speciai Ambassa-crossinMarch of this year than wo had In The paper has been sent to Hartford atten(k.,l ,jy overy possible protection according to officers of both ,,lor nn(l hea,i ot tno commission, is in y,,.... (I grant you that In order that friends ot the local unit Sept., of last year tiiititi.iii "Sufi. theirn(,pin. of nn rntiiuslasllc telecram 'we had a few more reasons, but none hero may be given an opportunity of "The first attack took place at 10:-- I branches of tho service, was army bewteen tho j subscribing to this fund. from aen Scott briefly describing 30 o'clock on tho night of June 22. hearty Is It exactly better) to and When tho championship series be- - What gives It nocullar and dlmirblne and navy. From the time of tho tie the battle our credit that wo waited ho long, present there had Standing on a hill overlooking tho two years, to take up for ourselvos gin Tho Republican will givo the re- - 8,(,njf!canco ,8 mt our blps W0IV parturo until the of tho games participated in byMJt u,)0Il (lt a pont wo, th,8 8(,e of not been the slightest suggestions of Russian nnd Austrian lines near and tho "under dog?" It is not only suits SClochoff, Gen. Scott's party had nn ray opinion, but I really think It is tho local company. A beautiful cup tho ren,ezv01)8. nnd ln tliat part of friction, they declared, and had played Its part distinctively opportunity of observing tho Russian yours as well, that wo would havo has been offered to the winner by a .,. Atlantic tiresumni.lv r..,. fmm In the success of the expedition. artillery preparation and the chargo been COO por cent better off if we Lexington Ann. submarines. Tho American naval officers have which followed. Gen. Scott described liad performed our plain duty and "Tho attack was made In force, tho few days thoy have boon the artillery preparation ns excellent bevered relations with certain peopli NOTICE TO CREDITORS. altho tho night made Impossible any utilized hero to mako hurried trips to Paris and said that lie personally saw the exact count of tho earllor in tho game, wo had reasons gathered and nearer French cities.. Today the Sixth Corps of tho Eleventh Army in plenty two years ago, not qulto so All persons having claims against for what they deemed a slaughter. majority aro back, ready to return tako three lines of Austrian trenches. many, but good alright Hughes and tho estato of W. P. Hunloy, deceased, "Tho high seas convoy, circling to America whenever tho order may Wall Street, yes, politics plays per- aro hereby notified to present same to with their searchlights, answered haps too largo a part with a l(7t of mo, properly proven, within sixty with heavy gun fire, and Jts accuracy como. All of them, however, aro London, July 3. Tho Austro Ger-mn- n ot returning to us at times and thoso with beams In days from date hereof or they will bn stands proved by tho fact that tho keenly desirous forces nro evacuating Brzeznny posslblo torpedo r 'bchargo becamo IncrraMnR-I- ) Franco at tho earliest their optics aro as six of one and a fotevor baned. fifty miles Southeast of Lemberg, tho Ft altered nnd inaccurate. half dozen of tho other. All of this N. G. HU.NLEV, Atlmr., of Estato It li not capital of Gallcla, says a Reuters diswill probably not bo appreciated at of W. P. HUXLEY, Deceased. H3p known how many torpedoes were patch from Petrograd. Tho Russian For Kiilo. it's lilKhcst vtiutli by our devoted? Brzezany from Ono second hand G passenger nuto, armies have invested readers. Then too, wo may not havo the Northeast, Southeast and AllotiiiK Tho Bonds To Tho Buyer. onco. A bargain, if taken at qulto understood tho Intent of, or Secretary of tho Treasury McAdoo, carrying out tho announcer progXORVAL BROWN, rightly interpreted tho tone of tho Units of our Russian armies, tho ram of allotlng full subscriptions to subscribers to Liberty Bonds for all It 4 McIIcnry, Ky. Herald's original article, really wo umounts ot 10,000 and under and cortaln percentages to tho ln tho dispatch adds, aro f subscribers rather hope wo did not. Gallclan advance, covorltig a front of for alrgcr umounts, has given out tho following figures on tho allotment: CERALVO ITEMS. 4 July, 4. Mr. Georgo Casebier nnd about twenty miles. These units, commnnder-In-c'hle- f, WEDDING AT KUXNVFIELD. Total Per cent of allotment Amount of subscription. son Dan of Paradlso wero In . our with tho approval of tho Total uro resolving to do or dlo in bubscrlptloii. nllotmenl midst somo days ugo. man(Atlanta Constitution.) Up to and Including 510,000 ?1,29G,G84,850 100 por cent ?1,20G.C81,8GO Mrs. Eva Robertson Kuttawa vis- tho supremo test of Russia's hood. Markedly Interesting lu tho social Over $10,000 and up to and GG0, 103,050 GO per cent, but not 2.1G,QG1,8GQ ited Mrs. J. II. Wootl last weolc. s, They aro called, respectively, llio of tho sttito was tho marrlugo including 1100,000. less than $10,000. Miss Ethel Rusbol Rockport visbattalions, companies, batteron Thursdny at noon, Juno 2(i, of Over $100,000 and up fo and 220,15S,G00 4G per cent, but not 00,205,000 ited friends horo last week. Miss Mary Carter Schaofer, of Toccoa including $250,000. less than $G0,000. Mrs. Iru Miller of Greenville visited ies and squadrons of "death." thoy Ga., and Mr. John Wlllium Marks, of Over $250,000 and up to and 001,511,900 30 per cent but not IS l.IJS 1,500 lior tluughtor Mrs. Vernon Everloy woar black nnd red stripes on their cuffs with a death's head on crossed Hartford. Tho woddlnt; took placo Including $2,000,000. less (ban $112, GOO. tt few dnyn ago. t nt'Sunuyfleltl, tho homo of tho brldo'w Over $2,000,000 and up to and 234,514,300 2Gper cent but not 58,001,250 boon sick swords. Mr, Clnudo Allen who hus parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Schuo-fc- r, . Including 50,000,001). less than $000,000. for some ttmo Is hotter. ono or tho most hoautlful homes Ovor $G,000,000 and up to und 4G.C74.1G0 21 por cent Borlln, July 3 (vln London). 9,801,500 Mrs. Dulla Robortsou and chlldrou in tho mobt pli'turettqiiH naotluu of $10,000,000. . including of Rockport aro vUltlng Mrs. Mnttlo Russian troops hnvo broken forward Georgia. Fifty kuouU wltiieiuuil tho $25,000,000 . GO.000,000 20.22 por cent across tho holghts on tho western 10,110.000 Wood. Cksiemuny( v,hlch wav performed by $2G, 250,000 cont 25,250,000 20.17-nG.0I3.GSO MUssh IIullou and Tliolnm Ingram, bank of tho Btrlpu in Gallcla and sucRev. Thomas Duck. MoIIonry ure vlnltlng thoir bister ceeded lu extending northward tho Tho bsst mun as Mr. B. L. Creu- $3,030, 220, S50 gap they tnudo lu tho Teutonic lines Total .$2,000,000,000 Mfff. C. It. Fulkerson. shaw, of tho Southern railway engineering corps. Mrs. A. II. Trlbblc, of Hot Springs, Ark., was matron of honor; Miss Elizabeth IJruce, bridesmaid; llttlo Mary Schacfer, flower SUBMARINES WAIT U. S. TRANSPORTS ilii.ui',p(l, but tli ' flvo wero counted r sped by bow and s'crn. "A rcionci attack wj. launchfii a i&&&&&&&&&&&&i&&&a&&A&&&af 4? 0 Tp" ein. --.ili wan re r- alir against another c'ii- - U'."n 1 MILLINERY Specially Priced l fcfr I s I c lt ft,i C i c - ' ' 1 i To Clean Out All Hot Weather Hats. You no doubt have been g i o- ft & b waiting for these special prices to buy your Summer Hat, and remember the longer you delay the smaller the assortment you will have to select from. i-- t c (ft c c 0 O & c 0 ft & fcfr ft ' v Children's Summer Hats in a nice range of styles and prices are always prepared to take care of your needs along every line We 0 c Ifr c IK J ok i t C fc ', """ """ - ofr- & 0 E. P. BARNES & BRO. l l t f c c i Beaver Dam, Ky. i inter-compan- , fc'9999???9cc999?9?? St. Mortlz, Switzerland. Ex-Ki- r the previous day, army headijuarters announced today. Constantino nt St. Mortis - (Delayed) Constantlne. of Greece, and his family and suite, arrived hero today. Dowager Queen Sophia appeared still to be In poor health. The party was received by the local authorities nnd escorted to a hotel. Juno 1. BANK Repoit of the Condition of the I Doing Bum!h.(,s at the Town of Hurt-forCounty of Ohio. Stale of Kentucky, nt the Close of Business on 20th Day of June. 1917. OF HARTFORD d, , ' I g, RESOUUCl.'S. Loans anil Discounts S1H 1,1511.02 Oxenltafts, smncil ami unscctuctl 831.20 !.... Stocks, Bonds and other Securities 3,3 15.00- Due from Bnnks f! 1,081,8',) Cash on hand lOtfO.GO Checks und other cash items 58.9!) Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures 1,500.00 Total LIABILITIES. Stock paid in, In ?278,1G0.G0 . Capital cash $ .10,000.00 Surplus Fund 20,000.00' Undivided Piofits, less expenses and taxes paid.. 285.1!)' Deposits subject to check $117,710.93 Time Deposits. ?100,355.C0 218,072.53 Due from Banks and Trust Companies 102.GT Total Stnto of Kentuckyl Sct. County of Ohio, J Wo, Rowan Holbrook, Vico President nnd C. O. Hunter Cashier of the nbovo named Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement a titio to the best of our knowledge nnd belief. ROWAN HOLBROOK. V. Pros. C. O. HUNTER. Cashier.. Subscribetl and sworn to bofoic mo this 3d day of July, t917. MARGARET ARKS, Notary Fublfc. My Commission expires February 11, 1018. .$278,400.C9' rogl-mont- Correct Attest: C. THOMAS, K. LUB S1MMERMA1 J; 11. Y Directors. i ft-.- mi ir 1 .T, , ,. rinlii..i.ji.i-uljf- r. MgMrij pi ja'' snag jiai I July Clearance Sale! This Yearly Event Will Begin Fort Itcnjamln Harrison, Kcscrvo REIGN OF TERROR Olllccrs Training Camp camo homo Wnilnnoitnv in nt tntnl lutftnt rf FOR EAST ST. LOUIS . .. i: 11. wrigut. ins Mr. Gllmoro Koown, located at :."":' grnnu-iniuc- r, ""...... f 1i Wet j Mowing Mnrhliio Repair Knlfo Heads, Guards. Sections, Knlfo Blades. Either for Docring or ACTON G2t2 UHOS., Hartford, K Fitting moijs i.v mai) hiot ron hours, BLOODSHED AX!) PROPERTY LOSS EXOKMOUS. Mr. Norvnl Brown, formerly of Monday Morning, July 2nd And continue to July 14th. this county, but now with the Maxwell Mqtor Car Co., of New Cast-HInd., Is spending two or three weeks with relatives In McIIcnry and Ohio county. o, ) Prof. B. S. Jenkins of tho Owens-bor- o Business and Industrial College was, In Hartford and Ohio County, seventy-fiv- e or moro and tho de In tho Interest of his of Inst wcck-clstruction by fire of 310 negro homes We before accompanschool. Mr. Jenkins was covering sixteen and one-haacres ied by Mr. Hay Klmbley. will pay you of ground. Word has been received hero of tho The entlro community of 80,000 we will offer you death of tho mother of Evangelist, E. persons Is terrorized by the events of L. Miley. Hev. Mlloy will bo remem- tho Inst two days, and that they fear we less bered by those who attended tho se- tho Inability of the guardsmen to ries of meetings at tho Christian copo with the situation was intimatChurch, early this spring. ed today when the Chamber of ComO. W. Likens spent from Saturday merce demanded to know from Adjt. to Monday at Beaver Dam with his Gen. Dickson why tho troopers had parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Likens, not displayed moro energetic activity in of and Mrs. Alta Mc,o last night. Members of tho chamber Gingham's, Pcrcals.Voils, Bennett, his sister whose homo Is In wero not slow to charge the soldiers Portland, Oregon, is now at Beaver with Inefficiency bordering on cowand Lawns, ardice, but Adjt. Gen. Dickson exDam. Caneyvllle News. plained that his force was handicapfor If In need of McCormlck Mowers, ped by the small number of troops Hay Bakes, Osborn Disc Harrows, availablo at very that time. Binder Twine, F. A. Ames Buggies, Tho police, force, which numbers Hnrncss, Iload Wagons, Machine sixty, also was charged with negli&.C., cali on gence In attempting to quell tho violLUTIIEH CHINN, ence Of all the Incidents of the riot Beaver Dam, Ky. related today, not ono told of a single In another column will be found act of bravery on the part of the potho statement of the condition of the lice or guadsmen. Anxious citizens Bank of Hartford at the close of who Inquired of individual militiabusiness on Juno 20. This statement men why they did not stop the lootspeaks for It's self and shows the ing and murder which were going on, Bank to bo well managed and In in many Instances under their very splendid Inaijfcla condition. eyes, received grins for their reply. neighand bring Be Some of the soldiers were disarmed Iron at75c 100- - by WAXTEDf-Ol- d rioters. ., pays bor, and Beef, lbs. Hags at $1.75 per Governor On Scene. Horse and Mule Hides 15c lb., Ginhome, and a Gov. Lowden and thclroops from seng, Yellow and Mayapple Root at Springfield arrived at 9 o'clock. The you market prices. house Governor conferred with Adjt. Gen. D. L. D. SANDEHFUR, Dickson nnd Mayor Mollman. Later , 51t5 Beaver Dam, Ky. he attended a meeting of the ChambArrangements are being made to er of Commerce. send a lot of homo grown vegetables Thomas II. Walker, president of to Company H, at Lexington on early tho Illinois Federation of Labor, and next Friday any one desiring to con- a member of the Illinois Council of tribute will kindly leave their con- Defense, also arrived and conferred tributions at Ilro's Grocery, on Thurs- with labor leaders. 1 tettM day afternoon. Gov. Lowden was said to be angered at criticism of the militia by Miss Huth Lloyd, daughter of Mr. of the J. H. Lloyd, of Fordsvllle, has ac- membors Tonight's, Chamber of Commeeting of the xmm cepted a position with the Owensboro merce. was IHisfncss and Industrial College. Miss chamber was executive, but It said tho members, after a day of InZ. T. Proctor, an attorney of Lloyd will teach short-hanThis InLcltchncld, was hero attending Court Institution Is to bo congratulated on vestigation, were less than ever clined to modify tho assertion that securing the services of Miss Lloyd, tho first of tho week. had the militia acted vigorously last mix u LIME Wo now have on hand an who is an expert. FRIDAY night much bloodshed might have ample supply of barrel Lime. Call on Wo this week publish statement been averted. W. E. ELLIS & L'llO. ST. L. n. R. TIME TABLE. v.t. Thirty-fiv- e L., II. showing the condition of tho Rock-po- rt small fires occured toNo. 113 duo at Ellmltch 8:32 p. m. Deposit Bank at the close of night in small shacks. All were said carry n regular lino of reWo No. 110 duo nt Ellmltch 7:30 a.m. pairs for McCormtck and Deering business, June 20. Tho statement to bo incendiary. Fire engines wero .,. 3:40 p.m. No. 112 Lv. Ellmltch shows a steady growth for this In- not returned to their stations at all, & DUO. W. E. ELLIS Mowers. Ar. Irvlngton .. G:35 p.m. stitution and that it Is well and ably but were kept In the street ready Drivers who know their business, managed, meriting tho confidence of for Instant response. There were no E:5C p.m. Lv. Irvlngton .. day or thoso who do business with it thru other disorders. Bridges were closAr. Louisville . 7 MO p.m. Cars that go everywhere .. 8:35 a.m. night. Call Casebler, Beaver Dam. it's capablo ofilcers. Lv. Louiovllle No. ed to tho public. Ar. Irvlngton ..10:06 a. m. Detective Frank Wogley, who was Mr. Wait m an Brooks of Evansvtllc. On tho fourth pago of our last shot Sunday night, died tonight. Lv. Irvlngton ..10:40 a.m. Ind., was called hero Wednesday by( Issuo wo published tho statement of 1:04 p. m. tho death of hu grand-fathe- r, Ar. Ellmltch Mr. u. Many Leave City. tho condition of tho Beaver Dam DeTAULE. Wright. E. R. K. TIME M., II. Today somo of tho negroes walked posit Bank, at tho close of business, South I3ound, No. 116 Mrs. William Hardin and daughter June 20. This statomtfnt shows this put of town on tho railroad tracks, 8:46 a. m. Duo at Hartford of Deanficld, visited tho family of Mr. Bank to bo in a good strong condi- mora crossed to tho Missouri side. North Bound, No. 114 and Mrs. L. M. Hhoades, a few days tion, with total amount of business where all was quiet, and still othen, 6:65 p. m. Duo at Hartford on books, Including capital stock and assured of protection by tho this week. (Both "Mixed Trains.) force of soldiers, returned to W. E. E11I3 & Bro., havo three surplus, moving closo up to the half their homes. Somo whoso homes Dccrlng Mowers ami Rakes left, million mark. were burned, were cared for In n .- which will closo them out for tho camp hastily aranged by tho Chamb-- r It. Wright Dead. season. Prices right. of Commerce. Mr. It. Wright, who had mado hla Personal News Mr. J. I. Goodman, tho Herald's homo with Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Keown A typical group of refugees was foroniau was called to Owensboro, for thopast several years, died Wed- seen on tho Missouri sldo of the riv' and Social Events. Tuesday by tho death of his mother-in-la- nesday morning nt 0:30, that being er a woman In a clean gingham, Mrs. E. A. Gordon. tlio 77th, nnuivcrsary of his birth. holding a small child by tho hand Tho direct causo of JJr. Wright's another uegrcss with an Infant In Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Miller, and Mrs. C. It. Hhoades, of Deanficld, wore death was uremic poisoning, tlio ho her arms. An aged negro with every J W. Knhn of Morgantown was guests of Messrs E. E. and L. M. had been In poor health for somo aspect of poverty about him approached. hero, yostorday. " ttmo past. Hhoade3 and families Sunday. "Havo you any plrfcc to go, mlss-le?- " Thoromnlns were huriejl nt Fords-vlllSee Hartford Mill Co., for Lime, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Schapmlro, ho asked. "I got a Uttlo room yesterday at 1:30, after short Plaster and Cement. of Bloomington, 111., nfter spending funeral services conducted by Rev. up to my houso." I)r, J. S. noan, of Horse Branch tho week hero visiting relatives will B. W. Napier. "Much obliged, but wo got friends was hero Wednesday. return to their home Deceased is survived by threo sons; on this sldo," replied ono of the Then she pointed to tho D of Terro Haute, Ind., W. L., women. Dr. a. L. Everly, of Hockport, was All tho Elito people, whn in town Jno. of Nashville, Tenn., and Obo Wright bridge and in a tone of sudden fear hero on buslnoss, last Wednesday. loavo their horses In care of A. J. of Fordsvllle, also ono daughter, Mrs. asked: "Say, they won't lot them Cupt. Jerry TlTford, ofFordsvllIe, Williams, Cooper's old stand. Fewer S. O. Keown, men over this sldo the bridge, will of this place. tiles and coolest stnbloln County.lt2p was In town on business Monday. tllBV?" East St. Louis, III., July 3. Thirteen companies of Rational Guardsmen tonight patrolcd tho streets of East St. Louis In an effort to prevent a recurrenco of tho race riots hero which since yesterday morning have resulted in a death list persons, tho injury of twenty-eigh- t lf Munsingwe&r UNION SUITS How fine they are in quality, how perfectly they cover tho body, how much they give in tlio way of . real comfort and service, and how easy they are on your pocketbook you will never fully appreciate until you treat yourself to tho inexpensive luxury of underclothing yourself the satisfactory Munsing way. Summer Munsingwear, especially, will prove a delightful surprise to those una'cquainted 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 correctly fit most anybody in the garment desired. believe as never that ul it to attend this much salcas merchandise at can replace it. than Thousands length Organdies yards short this other-relativ- es. that arc just the right materials warm weather. Ladies' Union Suits 50c to 75c Cool and comfortable He-pair- s, the best for summer. Don't Forget the Date, Monday, July 2nd here your remember that it with to trade at money. that saves High-gra- de Nainsook and Ujijon Bal-brigg- an Suits for Men 100-lbs- ' Made of the most durable grade of this material. All seams carefully sewed, reinforced crotch. Sleeveless, knee and ankle length. Carefully fin; ished. Per garment S1.00 lMl&Ga BMSr. Carson n- & HTCOIK?Onil.TEB Co, . TiiT"J4WMJf.J Hartford, Ky. ....X.. i muiiitjrtjy ouuniy iNeeas Good Farmers -4. Hartford Republican. d. , f Ill Notwithstandlnd 'tho fact that Monterey produces millions of dollars worth of potatoes, sugar beets, apples, peaches, barley, alfalfa, dairy products, live stock, etc., thero is much land that only needs farmers, and settlers to make it more Intensively productive. This is a rich coast county with a mild even climate. YOU CAX SEE THIS COUNTRY WITHOUT LEAVIXG HOME We havo Issued a beautifully Illustrated booklet telling of Monterey County, and the oppoi tunltles there for YOU. Send us ten cents for this booklet and a sample copy of. Sunset Magazine tho ono big National Magazine telling of tho llfo and development of tho West. Address, SUNSET MAGAZINE SEKVICE BUREAU, SAX FKANCISCO ... t t aug-msnt- j '. j j tho death list would much exceed th list in the mortuaries. Ono negro, badly Injured, was discovered in a sewer manhole where he was thrown after being madly beaten. " In so blamed high this year, wo are willing to admit that wo had high water last winter, yet It Is down now. Presume It's Just cold hard business with tho Ice Man. STRAY STREAKS. (By Fluko McFluke.) Lookq a bit like this war stult had beaten tho Democratic Forward League and Col. Bryan, as Marso Henri would say "from Hell to Breakfast" In this booze busting o, Ijnvn Mowers Bluo Ribbon as Miss Margnrot Dowitt, of Hockport Lost. is the guest of Miss Kathleen Turner. good as mado and cheapor than can Ono coat, light brown, with dim stripes, on tho road between A. D. J. II. Thomas of Narrows spont a bo bought elsewhere ACTON BROS, White's, Hartford, nnd Cromwell. day or two hero tho first of this week. ' Thoro was a Masonic emblem on tho G2t2 Hartford, Ky. Mr. McDowell Fair, of Qiattanoo-go- , out-sld- o breast pocket. Return to Armlstoad Jones, of Nelson, cand this ofllco and recclvo roward. Tenn., Is visiting relatives horo idate for tho Republican nomination this week. for County Attornoy, of Muhlenburg, ' SISAL Binder Twlno while It lasts, County attended Circuit Court hero MARRIAGE LICENSE ISSUED SIXCE OCR LAST REPORT 18 cents per pound, at W, E. Ellis & Wednesday. Bro. William Leathers, Hartford, R. 2, Mrs. R. N. Williams and sou RobE. M. Woodward, of Henderson, ert, Jr., and daughter, Elizabeth to May Orlklcse, McIIonry. is attending Circuit Court horo this Clones Bcaseley, McHenry, to Elflo Mortoiit of Nashville, Tcnn., nro weok. upending a couplo of weeks with Rov. Mno Dpnnlson, Mcllenry. Will Camfleld, Hockport, to Attomoy I!.- D. Rlugo, Owensboro, and Mrs. B. W. Napier. Drakesboro. was hero attending Court tho first of Wo ovpect within tho next fifteen o this weok. or twonty days to turn our stock over Business ()pK)i't unities. Service, Caseblor'u Auto Livery to tho A. C. A., and wo fcol that our WANTED Party with $1,000.00 Cull by olthor Phone, unexcelled. friends should euare In tlio bargnlus to take actlvo part In a permanent Weaver Dam. that wo now have to offer thorn be- - business which will net you $2600.00 l'OR SALE Four young mlllc foro our stock is turned over. Bar- - annually. Addroes O. F. Mfg.. Co. gains in ovqrytliiiig', Como and share 301 n cows Willi calvoa, CLAUDE KING, Building. Louis- S. L. KINQ&CO. In them. Hartford, Ky. Ivllio, Ky. 62tf Inter-Souther- Tho old negro reassured them and they caught a car going still farther away from East St. Louis. Calmly Shoot Negro. A uowspaper reporter, who was in tho thick of tho trouble last night, rotated a particularly brutal story. A whlto man, observing n cowering negro, approached and said: "Como with mq Into this alley; you'll bo safo thero, thero's a soldier thero." Tho negro followed In tho alley, whero tho whlto man calmly shot hi victim thru tho heud and sauntored back Into tho streot, presently Join ing n mob intent on u lynching. No systematic search of tho ruins .was mado today, but fear that scores of dead might Ho beneath gradually disappeared. Last night brought rumors that many bodle.3 had boon thrown In tho river but tho wntors gavo up no doad, and by night It was doubted whether . If I hnd half of tho wealth they say Nicholas, onco of Russia, possessed, With pdtatoes in plenty, beans, I'd buy thle Joint and the Hartford ITnrnlil mif linul Hinm lintfi ilnwn In cucumbers nnd Juno apples", hitting womay nowcat enougli Muddy Bottoms, burn them up. kIa.,eoldlBVoI. got up a good old fashioned caso nap Coombs and "Mo and Him" to Tummey acho. would have ono or two bully times of tho for GO years to come. Wu know of a few ol.--' Sports I wouldn't give moren a peck or around here, who if suod for breech two of my wlfo's tutors for one of of rronilsefor ovory pledge mado If them foreign crowns and things, unto themselves, and violated. causo yer likely tor loose it .over judgment were rendered "ugalnst thorn according to their dues and for night. vhat they think they aro worth, I had a good chanco to oven up a would still bo busted as Hat ui flax score with J. II. Thomas tho other 'Alien old Gabo's horn Is given tho :day when a friend of mine dropt into final nnd last toot. Uho olllco and was remarking about some silly thing ho had seen .In tho aforesaid Thomas' "streak stuff" I CAT ADOPTS SXAKE AH ITS PLAYMATE Just say a yes, Thomas sometimes don't write like himself and sometimes ho doe3. Paris, Ky., July I. Bennett Tarr, merchant, has a cat ut tils lioiui Tho Manager of this sheet claims which has adopted a snnko as a play that It ts ono amongst tho best ad- - mate. Tho unako makes Its homo la vertlslng mediums, If not tho best In! a hollow stump near tho garago, and this block. Week boforo last ho In- - crawls out daily as soon as tho cat serted a Uttlo squib asking as to tho makes Its presence known. The oat whereabouts of BUllo Bryan, and the will lie on Its buck and playfully very next weok up hobs tho Platte strike at tho snako with Us paws as tho latter crawls over Its bbdy. At. Orator right horo in Ky. uo time has ho seen either of tho aut- We can't Just fleuro out why lea mala attempt to harm tho other. vaSgaaxVgfrwJT. - "EWSJRj.iRWWU'l-- doflnlto find considerable, profits with ft preponderance of draft blood, wcro shown from tho spraying In nil Tho light mares may produce, often produce, the most stylish and tho orchards excopt one, whero apparent-'d- o ly tho spraying had no effect. As tho "typlest" mule, hut they most was dono under ordinary farm tnlnly do not produco the mules host conditions the results are particular- - suited to the needs of tho modern carefully followed. Tho volatile oils ,y lntcrcstlng Minn Ucims farmer tho mules that can handle lose their flavor very which glvo flavor to most vegetables u wng foum, Umt ho totftl C09t ,cnvy farm machinery to best ndvan- Lima beans process 'of B,,rnyl,,B Wns G2 cents a tree. This, tngo nud enable tho farmer to get quickly nfter being shelled; there- - aro not lost during this ..,. nll nvnrncn nf n little the greatest results from his own i. i iipopssnrv to can them as rterlllzatlon. Cooking for thrco short n ,... anrnvinm.. nnr vnrv unii l.il.nr. o n. nnwihln nfter cathering. DIs- - periods In a closed container nt n !.. tempernturo In- - (Jono nt th(U Yot th,g pro7iMCClt R jURt tH0 ot,cr ,my j wnB on n card all pods that have begun to comparatively low IHIlLlOrAMERKANl proceed as you would stead of cooking for one short period j)roflt ranglng from nothlng at all to farm In an ndjolnlng county, a big harden, and n h,Bh temperature or for one long $1012 n trce Tho nVerago profit on (farm of ricli land, and could not help . at with corn. In a city where good hold) ponou in an open essei ui.ik bound, the Powhiun head the contrasting tho llltlo leggy mules orci,ards was $4.50 a tree l'linitikln Or Winter Sqim-I- i. lilt. In other words, by an Investment . used on the farm with tho productive If provided with a warm, dry cell- - vital cimercnco nim insures ircsuuias It It lint la the htitti ol In countrymen. mav keep certain varieties of of flavor and color. After tho Jars of 52 cents early In the summer tho 'capacity of tho land and tho ar, one of havo been sterilized and tested, they fruit grower was able to dnto efficiency of tho tools I saw In these vegetables all winter. Some "Vopt In the dark, as the reap a prollt of $4,00 in tho fall. uec. Many Middle- Tenncsseo farm-Th- ls the best vnrleties, however, do not should bo keep well, and' even the best keepers sunlight will soqn destroy tho color Income of something llko 000 ers need an crtra 200 to GOO pounds per cent on a sis months' Investment , of bono and musclo on their worl' when not properly housed begin to of tho vegetable, How To Open n .Tar. decay In December or January. It . looks good oven to tho munitions. stock just about as badly as they Jnrg 0I-- VOgetables are sometimes maker. need anything else. is then necessary to can them In Thcro is no uso arguing about the Thoso in chargo of tho experiments order to save them. If one has a llar(1 t0 opcrii unesa jt js ,iono In Just limited number of Jars, it is a good tno rght wny Uun a j.nfo i,iailo th'nk that the cost of spraying was matter any longer or trying nny longrffineili The Towhalan anj ritlful. Il exctl-leplan to fill them all with other vege-- umlcr tIl0 rubber, next to tho Jar, Much too high and could be reduced er to dodge it. Tho farmers of tho location on Pcnnmvanii upon anrt prcsg aganst it firmly. This will by proper management. They think South have got to uso heavier work tables during the summer and Atenuc, 18th ami II Streets, maVe it a deitralte headquarthe approach of frost to gather the usuauy et in enough nlr to release further that tho spraying was not stock, havo got to got more, draft ter for hridil, couples toutitt pumpkins- - and bring them Indoors. tlle pressro on the top. In enso it' nearly so well dono as it could be blood In both their horses ami mules aitici, conventions, Schools and . colleges. By the time the pumpkins begin to (loe3 not( placo tho jnr u a dcop after moro experience had been gain- beforo they can make their own labThe Ponhatan attracts the spoil, enough Jars will be emptied to gauccnnn of cold water, bring to n ed. Thus, with a reduced cost ol or cqunt for what It is really worth. ol culmic and education, frcple to State, War and Southern Agriculturist. hold them. They can now be steam- -' bon and eop lt boiling for a few praying and an increased elllclono' Katv Uepirtments alio lo rr.in? In tho same way as minutes. interest, points of historical Tho Jar will then open the profits will bo even greater. ed and canned makes this li;lel especiilly atsummer squash. In this way a sup- - casny. Of course the early gardens nro tractive to a discriminating pub lie ply of Jars may be made to do double Cautions. I'Irs in Hot Weather. In, but nro you planning on tho later The Powhatan offers rooms . according to statistics mortn Ity ono? It is Just as necossary. Eervlce. These directions for canning apply with detached bath at $1.30, $2.00 and up. Rooms with priquart Jars. If half- - among pigs is entirely too high, says only to pint and Succotash. vate bath, $2.50. 53.00 and up. UlIU HUlll'Il. UUUUIICS3 iuui'- The writer has found that a mix- - gallon Jars are used, always increase I Dons It PilV1 Write for LooLlct with map, or sue- - the time of boiling, making it an hour iMBS vouiii uo lu.auu u, wUStr uufir turo of corn and lima beans, T,)0 Wlsconfh, L,vo Stock nrcC),. CLIFPOUD M LEWIS. lion to tlicir necus. Manager org. AssocIatIon ,clls of a farincr wno cotash, is one of the most difficult nnd a half instead of one hour, .July and August aro rather trying lin(l ,)C(m brecing ,,, Do not go into canning too deeply tilings to keep. This furnishes ona for nlnrea of the very best mediums for bac- - at first. Experiment with a few Jars months on hogs. Tho excessive heat , Mnc yca t0 a gnu,0 8taUU,n Knal. IPiiiiuii1 i',7jgrr;rTffrTTflTm''i growth; so extreme care must in tho early part of the season and of the late summer is apt to inter- - ,y ho decMc, ,0 , ft purc.brCili Tho terial ... h . .. ... be taken in the process of canning, see if they keep well. It is not a fere with the growth and develops snI t to gather the corn and difficult matter to can vegetables ment of pigs unless special prcpa-a- It the ths saIo Ul0 yearllng8 by . grade beans early in the morning and pre- - properly. The writer has never lost tions aro made to keep tho antmnli B,r0 soId for an a cac, c of THE pare and sterilize them in the manner n can of string beans, okra, eggplant, j cool and supplied with succulent food j the for $55- - the three SEWINQ summer carrots, parsnips, lima beans beets, as well as grain and other concentrat- - Vcir-oId- s already described. As with for $70 Weinlinc rnltH MACHKNI squash, it is best to boll for an hour asparagus, or pumpkin in several us. una u.u iceui-- uiuu uu u - from tho mmo marcg ,)y th(J OF a experience, and has had only would give his pigs a fair chance. an hour. years' and a half, Instead of for br0(, staItm averag0(1 ?101 eachi QUALITY. Heavy feeding is not necessary dur- one can of peas spoil, a few cans of Vegetable Iloast. Yet some famers st Ambt ,f R , troub,0 ,0 A rather unusual dish for the win- - corn during the earlier trials, nnd a Ins the summer months, that Is. rcay pa-y- 8 to g0 t0 a - few cans of succotash. Any house-tur- e heavy grain feeding, but the Pigs brccd to purc.bre(, grc8, ter may be made by canning a mixNOT Prepare corn, wife can do equally well. If you fol-li- should have pasture and enough con- of vegetables. SOLD a, centrales to permit growth and hard beans, tomatoes, string beans, low the directions here given "Shuck" beans will havo to tako UNDER squash, and eggplant as you fully, you will have no difficulty what-woul- d iness till the time for finishing them tho place ANY of canned beans to a great Jllx ever. If you should happen to fall arrives. for canning separately. OTHER extent this year, as cans nro so scarco During the heat of the day the pig NAME. these in varying proportions, letting In tho first trial, rest assured that and high. Tho green beans aro gaththe corn and lima beans predominate 'yqt have done something wrong or will not bestir themselves to forage ered when the seed aro about half on- - left something undone. No house-ion- s Imf It la lilclilv flpJrnlil(V flint rnnl Add two or three medium-size- d WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. developed and mapped and the string ; to each qtrart of this mixture wife who has on hand during the shady, moist places bo provided for removed as for cooking. Then the If you purclintotlirXKW 1IOMK ou will vege-ithem.. But this Is not enough, thev and run all through a food chopper winter a supply of home-canne- d news-- 1 have n lifo nxct n t the prlco you pay, nnd will Pack tables ready to serve on ten minutes' must have plenty of feed when thf broken beans nro spread on order to mix thoroughly. papers in a room where tho sunlight not havo an endless chain of re alra. into Jars and sterilize. Jn preparing notice will ever regret the trouble or cool of the day arrives In order that is pretty well excluded. They aro " Quality for the table mix "with an equal vol- - dil.culties experienced in learning. they may grow and put on sulllcient left until dry ami then stored In clean i flesh for thrifty animals. lime of bread crumbs, a piece of Considered sprlng.-er- n SouthNot much corn will be required. sacks for winter and butter the size of a walnut, and one Profits In Sprucing, Agriculturist. it u the ' In fact, none need be fed if there arc egg; season to taste with pepper and A the various agricultural other grains. Some grain will ! in a round baking dish ganlzatlons and bake Cheapest in Massachusetts last THE LADIES' HOME JOURNAL, until brown. Cut into slices as you year in an intensive needed, and if there is skimmed milk in the end SATURDAY THE EVENING POST and slops so much the better. would a cake and .serve hot with a spraying campaign covering the Is necessary. When the and THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN Pasture to buy. butter sauce. tire gtate, writes F. A. Waugh in 9. Corn, okra, and tomatoes, mixed Country Gentleman. The work was permanent pasture begins to fail wish to secure the spare tltnp of a If you w.mtnKfw!in;mne!ln, write for in equal proportions, may be canned headed up and the recrods were kept thero should be crops to pasture man or woman to act as local repre our Intrat catalogue bi faro you purchase. in this way as a soup stock. by the Department of Pomology at Soiling crops, too, are desirable when sentative In Hartford and vicinity, j Tfce New Home Ssv.ino: Machine Co., Orange, Mass. pastures must be supplemented with looking after the renewals "of their Kte'.liiiess of r'luor ami Color. the Agricultural College, and the when canned properly suits vero reviewed at the recent green crops. many subscriptions In this section, It is not too late to plant late and introducing theso publications retain their attractive color and lose annual meeting of the county. agents. very little of their flavor. It will bo Practical demonstrations in spray- - crops. for soiling or for pasture. If to new readers. Payment will be found almost Impossible to detect any ing were undertaken at various JOU ,lavo sumcieiu moisture fl.flf made In salary and commission. Preit win difference either in taste or in ap- - nlaces throuclmut tho qtnte ntui 'Pay vou t0 Plant now, in case you vious experience Is desirablo but not pearance betwetflTtho canned and the eleven of theso experiments were P'ante1 earlier, it win uo essential. For details address, with fresh article If theso directions are ried through and fully reported. Very iadvisablo to keep the pigs in a grow references, Dox G54, THE CURTIS . juk i;yiiuiiiyji milium uiu auuuuui. PUBLISHING COMPANY, Independence Square, Philadelphia. 17t2 Spare the Coin Koots. experiment at the max'.s nonv is found In a four-yeAVITH IIUAHT CUT OUT Virginia Experiment Station corn cultivated three times made three Boston, Mass., Juno 30. The body pecks more to the acre than corn cultivated flvo times. Corn kept free of an unidentified man about 22 from weeds with tho least possible years old, whoso heart had been cut stirring of tho soil mado ten bushels out, was found in a room in tho West GUARANTEED SERVICE J loss to tho aero than tho corn culti- End Hotel Monday. I One hundred per rent B Tho victim had been stabbed sov-0'i- tl In a terles of vated three times. I value. Special work for W. I times In tho bod. HU heart In I oxperlments running over several years and covering every part of the been cut out and was on the lloor W. P. STEVENS, country where corn is extensively beside the bed whero tho body was Hartford, Ky. I R. F. D. 7. grown, tho killing of the weeds with- found. I Representing Continental men, npparetnly foreFour young out cultivation has given practically 1 Marble & Grantto Co. through cultiva igners, who said they came from New tho same results as 3 tion. Only in tho South and tho drier York, had occupied tho room since Nono of them was om- AVest has cultivation Klv- -, i Juno f4. nnrtn nf tho en bettor results man simple weeu- - ployed slnco coming to this city. kllllng. A Tidbit Hecned. Somo farmers might conclude from household Vlfo Hero are bomo this that thoy can afford to leave their corn fields uncultivated, or that bills that camo In today, dear. Why can't you Hub Hang it! they can quit cultivating very early. Here is Proof by Women who Know. Either conclusion would bo risky. wait until I've had my dinner? AVlfo I was golug to glvo you nfy Small yields result whenever weeds Lowell, Mass. "For. tho last thrco years I havo aro allowed to grow. The largest own bills then. Uoston Transcript. been troubled with tho Change of Lifo and tho bad yields havo como from fields cultifeelings common at that time. I was in a voiy nerCause of Despondency. vated moro than tho usual number of vous condition, with headaches and pain a good Despondency is often caused by inso I was unlit to do my work. A times. Lato cultivation of corn may deal of tho timo UHuHSlr AtWy I and and constipation, pay. It will pay only when tho early digestion friend asked mo to try Lydia E. Pinkh'ani's Vegetaquickly disappears when Chamberble Compound, which I did, and it has helped mo in cultivation is very shallow. every way. I am not nearly so nervous, no headIt is beyond question that many lain's Tablets aro taken. Theso tabache or pain. I mast say that Lydia E. Pinkham's nnd TF yon want to met ca farmors reduco their yields of corn lets strengthen tho digestion It m. n....fr lr.MII IIIW I UM IUUH "tivi A Vegetable Compound is tho besc remedy any sick m ul.nt I. new in bui luets ana Indat-two workings thoy inovo tho bowels. by the last ono or woman, can take." .Mrs. Mauoaukt Quinn, Rear try, In intention and tclcnce. glvo it. Tho valuo of corn roots Is Oct out of toe rati ret on the tlrln lln. Rd 259 Worthen tit., Lowell, Mass. Out Of KlKbt. yet appreciated. Any cultivanot "Yen," said a traveling man. "I tion that destroys many roots Is likeShe Tells Her Friends to Take Lydia E. Plnlclmm's Remedies. was onco out of sight of land on tho rathor than good. ly to do harm North Haven. Conn. "Whon I was 45 I had tho Chnnuo of Life o days." Kill tho weeds in tho corn Held and Atlantic Ocean twonty-onwhich is a troublo all women have. At llibt it didn't bother, mo Another man spoko up: "On tha iV u AAUtlHi a nil ttaAfttl m a4 !!. tnii spare tho roots of tho corn. Southbut after a while I got bearing down pains. I called in doctors who money worth Ktcry monUi Pacific Ocean ono tlmo I didn't seo tUtetlvtfOt Pictures 300 Articles ern .Agriculturist. loiu mo to try umerent tilings out tney uu not euro my pains, una 300 . lund for twentynlno days." . AH iYt nur Aa nH day my husband camo homo and said, Why don't you try Lydia E. tho ashes inTentloni la electricity ami wlrelrtt, In A bald man knocked Pinkham's Veeretablo Comnound and Sanative Wash?' Well. I not Wlii'io tho l'flo Mules Como Kiwi. ropianei, mnopwoia aou ar ... autoniohllri and t.. . ahltiiarV them and took about 10 bottles of Vegetable Connwund and could !.. ...! Ellis McEiiland says that ho mado from his cigar and contributed his feel myself regaining my health. I also used Lydia E. Pinkham's How to rnak thlnta at horn, to BactaeTtry invcbtlgatlon of iho bit; an exhaustive rciricrraion, oouiirr uu., month, inciuainir Sanative Wash and it has dono mo a great deal of good. Any ono "I started acrosajho Kaw River at furniture, luioinouue tnop irpaira, iic 'of all first prlzo mules at Idcaa. coming to my house who sull'ora from fomalo troubles or Change-o- f " breeding i It li full of und Kentucky Topoka In a skiff once," ho said, It la wnlten In plain Enlih for man and buy.. life, I tell thorn to tako tho Pinkham remedies. There- aro about 20 the Illinois, in Missouri of sight of land belOlCand that 95 iov "nnd I was out stain fairs 15 ConU a Copy 91.50 a Tear of us here who think tho world of them." lira. Flohkncu Isella, to cent wero fr.nn grade Perchoroii fore I reached tho other side." Vox. 107, North Haven, Conn. ' Oft It from a nrwadtalar or writs direct .. "What!" demanded tho man who i'oimlar Science wouHiir, intuuuu ., mares. pnrp Titarliu'rii42.iUB rKCb f.r ll ' maUM IVU ht. That Is what the Southern Agricu- had spun tho first yarn. "Tho Kaw You are Invited to Write for Free Advice. not moro than 300 feet wido at lturist has been telling you for ionic is No other medicine has been so successful In relieving woman'a tlmo that tho host mules aro not Topoka." Buffering us lins Lyilliv U. Plnlclmm's Vegetable Compound. "Quito truo," said tho bald man from trotting or eaddlo mares, us bo Women may receive free und helpful ud vice by writing tho Lydia Call on Tho Kepubllcuu for Fluo many peoplo still persist in believing quietly. "Tho skiff turn6d over aud 12. lMnklium Medicine Co., Lynu, Mass. Such letters nro received Job Printing. typo and I sank tvylco." but from marcs of draft jiud by women, only Farm Department cer-Iwor- lc f P0WHATAIO p3 tlVlLL, Professional Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law IIAJtTFOKD, KY. Will practice, hla profession In Ihio and adjoining counties. CommorciaJ and Criminal Practice a Specialty. ,, wssmm TS.CrAT j ",, 0.E.TAYL0R.C.E Beaver Dam, Ky. Highway and Drainaflc Dcsiyn. DR. HART VETERINARY SURGEON I1KAYKU DAM, KY. James Tnjlor's I.I very Darn. 0. E. Ofllcc felkN! U td,r m lit TRADE. MAnns nshllUr lATCIjri cvuulrir". or no fctwUM Itmn ltvrmiilr, t our ttn,r, ftu iielp jpu to txtK Innjlrnlrl. iolotrilt S for TflEC rrjwit en itrulllltjr. to jrurt-- trx-IUG ntrCriENCCS. JVrfrrOuM Hook rn I'rniAblv I al. nl rll to THAT PA BO3-BO- la uitulu tlc4 WASHINGTON, D. C. 0 Snvonth Stroot, I r NEW w WILL YOU TAKE OUR -- ( car-okr- HOME iris GERMINAL REMEDY i . EKvuCAS A Trufmenl WEAK- i SttW'? vHBbkIRHHus OHIO MEDICAL CO. 'for LUNGS or CONSUMPTION n nri'ii A quick relief for thai Itrrd, ruo down (crlior, couchs, palm In chnl. nlfht awratt. hrmor rlnrri, ucak luoci or comumptlon. If it yott it colli you nothiol. FOR ONE MONTH ( -- ilKu,f J? ' V or-sa- lt, BEPH EPMffiD yvW2f 2 4..1-. en-dra- ZAK-ntZ- t1 m i 1r I I .Mli tl "i "' Women ef P0PDL flTMECHANTCS A1AGAZINB 300 iV- ar ARTICLES-3- 00 ILLUSTRATIONS Tf HEP Informed of the World's Progress in Lnclnecrini. Mccnnnicsfind Invntmn. Vm FathernndSannnd All the Family. Jt nppealk ana omen iv mi ciassc3rvnu on i ounR-.Ai- en lomw throughout tli wcrM. Our tonLui IupwaicIi rri ixnJt'ut orerontiintlr en for tluuei hvn and lnltrt-unand lt U I Writton So You Can Understand It Shop ront1b lractU'al Jlinla fnrbLop UorknnU 1'ivjr hhjj lur tin man 10 no ininri nrnuii i inu iitimn. ftmiUur Mtchanlc (17 1'atfwJ (or tho Hoy od uiiiawiiuiiKuioii kniiinusitNiiiovrininiveirt I. ami 'It IrgrM.h tnttui. I hcIih, 1'ottR. Hnow bct .Irw Sr.K'l r urnllnn. t (c. Contain In tructioni(ortmiMtcUailc,Camp'riuilHt'urtiuai; SINQLC CO PICS. 13c 1.60 Pf R YCAH pvkllK ttr n1laip wrr rf i aompi copy tu ii acni on rcquaat. Not (20 I'ttfOi) rto Dnartmnt it POPULAR MECHANICS MAGAZINE jkho!????:?' u no. miciunaM HvnuMtHibAGO Many distressing Ailments experienced hy them are Alleviated hy Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Get on the Firing Line um CUS2i 'f,1! ........ ISA jJGfr n n ntlns n.s f li rti.ii Sv ys, !Mg LUi.'t!3i 55 B8W : inseovsre nnri: ricvcr:pTOKao Kb A .;! M. Tibl Uo'.'lc fno iiriDALLTan0AT;tKnL.INGTR0U2t.E5. FOR OSA'3 A'iSiJW UUiUlACi bAIISIt'AOlOUXI s ouiaoway j?.Ei'oiiiJor. st PopularScience M NBJS Monthlv m .i SiiitwfliutlufirtMJPiJiiJ'lfrwiri-irt- . live Jr .v. luw tuUauiir.unu. truluuf, , co.jn.-uulie, )N Al.t. COUNTRIES. FiuUi-- l it.rrclt lit Haii.li.glcn tilts llmi. inoii.y an J tltn If faint. "Ur.l :nd hiiinjtmnt practice txcictiveiy. f icr lomeluuaat i.jb.11 Ctre.t, tiu VnlUA f Ut. fatnt 03c, WAQWNaTOri, D. I c. m nioney-makln- i, ttcp-iatln- 'mMm If you tako tba Draughoti Training, tha trulnlni; tlmt buslnui ineii In.lorno. Vou 'iii(t. Wilto oautBkoUatc"lfr04ur DUU'U UO.N'S fUACTICth Hl'bl.NKbH COLLtUB -- rPOSITION radft(b. ii.Xt QOOD Secured or Your Money Back auswud und held lu strict confidence. w - pi-- " fr I n SAYS POLYGAMY IS SINGING 'A LOST AT? WWJWWJ Wagons! Wagons! "Wagons! Boforo you buy you should examine our hand made furm wagons. Thoy run lighter, arc made of the vory beat material and last far longer than any machine mado wagon you can buy no matter what TO FOLLOW WAR CALIFORNIA WOMAN lAWYHR 8TIIIS INDIGNATION IVY J'KKIHCTION. San Francisco, Cal., July 1. Tho suggfrtlon that war's aftermath price you pay. Wo also do all kinds of Blaclcsmithing and Re- ? 1111 111) niiinninlllf flw. lltltvl JUUJ tlirl nllim fllllflW ........r USJJUUIttllJ U1U IIHUI lllu lliu WH.v.1 """" 5 can't do. X V Wo also make a specialty of Horseshoeing and 5 5 earnestly solicit your patronage in this line. Respectfully yours, i I A. B. Row & Son j Centertpwn, Ky. is a ooon placi-Thirty-fiv- e years experience in the shop. 111:1.1-- : : to stop foh littli: money Louisville Hotel, Louisville, Ky., Main St., bet. 6th The Only Hold In Louisville Operated on llio Aiucrlfiin n lid Ihironcnn Huns. &7th AMi:iUC.N I'liAN (With Meals') Iloom.s without Until but with Hut mid Cold Huntilng Water. $2.00 per 2. CO per GO Front Rooms. single, 3.00 per Rooms with Pilvuto Hath: single, 3.00 per 50 Iloonis single, 3.50 per 50 Rooms 75 CO Rooms...... single, Rooms.. T... single, day; day; day; day; day; 2 2 2 2 2 people, $2.00 each people, 2.25 each people, 2.50 each people, people, 2.75 each 3.00 each would bring polygamy has generally cutsctl much indignation among feminists. But Charlotte M. Jones, young attorney mid suffragist of San Francisco, predicts that within tho next ten years plural unions will not alone ho sactloncd hut will he tho means of establishing tho supremacy of women governing the world. "Tho advantage," sho declares, "that polygamy wll give women will ho in tho elimination of men's authority over tho children. "Tho mother will then. he in complete control of her offspring. Support Assured. "Tito responsibility for their support will bo assumed by tho State, while the father will have nothing to say about their education and training, which will be in the hands of the mother. "Man Is likely to bo reduced." asserts Miss Jones, "to a mere parental factor the place ho orglnally occupied In the human family." . As Miss Jones views it, humanity needs woman domination to save it Sho from chaos and destruction. considers tho devastating world war n natural result of man's monopoly of government. faiicr To Ho Sacrificed. Had woman been given her shares of power, a saner solution in settling international problems would long since liavo been found, sho mainono man for ono woman, tho lovo ideal, must bo sacrificed to the practical necessity of the race thru plural unions Miss Jones frankly says sho does not know. Miss Jones' highest ambition is to lie elected to the Supremo Court of tho United States some day. She comes, naturally by her taste for tho legal profession, Iter family having produced some of the Nation's most brilliant lawyers and jurists. Grandfather Kciitiicklan. In addition to Iter legal work in tho courts, Miss Jones is gathering musty records to establish her claim to Goat Island, a Government training station near San Francisco, owned in tlie 50's by hor grandfather, and which tho United Stntes took by proclamation whilo ho lay dying in Kentucky without knowledge of tho proceedings. Sho holds tho original Spanish grant. t1 For the People at Large It Certainly tV says This Critic Singing, as far as most ncoplo are concerned, Is a lost art. Thousands attend oiiorafl, recitals and musical comedies; tens of thousands wind up JMMU phonographs. Hut, as for singing themBLaLaLK u selves Informally at their work or play, they liavo forgotten how. In times past iicoplo of all ranks sang together as a matter of course. Sailors sang at their work; peasants, Khcphcrds, full of life and action, filled with the cowboys, nil had their favorlto and apfire of fine Inspiration and followed propriate songs. Tho songs of children by 250 short stories of adventure, nt games, tho lullabies of mothers, aro win mane In tho collected ballads and folkloro of many peoples. "Tho pastimes and labors of tho husbandman and the shepherd," sayn Andrew Lang, "were long ngo a kind of natural opera. Each task had Its own c song; plowing, seeding, harvest, burial, Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' PageJ all had their appropriate ballads or Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles of dirges. Tho whole soul of the peasant Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best class breathes in Its burdens as the great pea lesounds in tho shell cast minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone up on the shore." intnenome. mere is no age Nowadays tho whirl of machinery limit to enthusiasm for The Three Current Issues Free mnkes all tho noise. The workers In Youth's Companion. If you do not know THE COMPANION mills might find It unsatisfying to sing let ui tend you Three Cutrent Ixuei nt their work, but It Is doubtful if they FREE. Inclose tMi Coupon with your 52 Times a Year request. would slug evcu if their voices could 12. be heard, whllo singing In nn offlco or Those who subscribe now, sendins $2 for the G2 Issues of THE COMPANION store would pretty surely be stopped More good reading than you will for 1915, will receiro Tho Companion by tho "boss" or the police. Thousands get in any of the monthly Home Calendar FREE. congregate every night In the silence magazines. 4 of moving picture theaters; and even SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE In the churches where singing by the THE IIARTFOItD UKPUIiLIOAN A ND YOUTH'S COMPANION, 80TM congregation used to bo customary the ONE YEAIl FOR. OXLY $2.75. attendants now usually listen iu silence to n paid dinger. isaestgaicssssif- - We Singing in this ngc is largely confined Knock the Spots Out of Things to the professional iierforniur, drunken men and phonographs. Indianapolis 10 Great Serials AifrSafra eYOUTH'S COMPANION! Better Than Ever in 1915 'not News. BAD 1 HABITS OF POSTURE. 1 tains. Whether Jho romatic devotion of EUIIOI'KAN PLAN (Without Meals) Rooms without ltuth but tilth single, $1.00 75 Rooms single, 1.25 50 Rooms 50 Front Rooms. single, 1.50 Iloonis with Private Hath: single, 1.50 CO Rooms slng'lo, 2.00 60 Rooms THE OLD INN, long-cherish- ed Hot and Cold Running Wntor. per day; 2 people, $0.75 each per day; 2 people, 1.00 each per day; 2 people, 1.25 each per day; per day; 2 2 people, people, 1.25 each 1.50 each Louisville, Ky., Cor. Sixth and Main Sts. European Plan Only. Rooms Without Until, $1.00 nnl up; Iloonis With Private Until, $1.50 mid up Rest KnthiK PIuco In Town. The Louisville Hotel and the Old Inn nre located in the wholesale district nud ouly a block's walk to tho retail district and theaters. LOUISVILLE HOTEL AND OLD INN COMPANY, Props. -- I liiiiiiiiiiBiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiii Vaoderbilt Training School for Boys eri ELKTON, KY. Will help parents develop their eons kito the best typo of citizens and Ohristia-gentlemen. Its patronage is widely scat- tered and comes from tho best homes in the South. Its capacity is limited, there- fore, reservations should be made early. Place your son in this select yioup of boys. Write Street letter boxes Invested by a Hungarian can bo opened only when a postman's bag Is fastened beneath them to receivo their contents. They Lead to Deformity and Chronic Disease If Not Corroctod. The significance of the postures habitually assumed by Individuals Is the subject of bcrlous cousldcration by physicians at present. Exhaustive Investigations seem to Indicate pretty conclusively that bad postures, such as stooping shoulders, contracted chests or protruded abdomens, arc not merely tho result of caro!cs3 habits In the individual, 'u'.t nre due to some slight physical deformity which should be corrected. Generally speaking, persons who have bad posture habits arc not very robust. Every ono has observed that persons who aro fatigued drop into bad postures temporarily, and there are many examples of unusually robust persons with whom bad posturo Is chronic. Nevertheless, tendency to bad posturo undoubtedly adds to tho trend toward weakness and chronic disease, particularly lu individuals who aro not naturally rugged. Tho robust child or tho adult who takes an adequate amount of recreation from woik docs not usually fall luto bad habits In Bitting or standing; In fact, he is able to combat the condition of study and work which make for bad posture. The less robust child and tho overwojked or too sedentary adult, o:i the other hand, nro obliged to make persistent efforts to avoid bad posture habits. And, nlthough these habits may have no very detrimental effect upon the general health during childhood, they aie likely to result In chronic diseases later lu life as a lesult of the anatomical deformities produced. Exchange. Platinum In Coins. Tho only Instance lu which platinum has been used for coins was by tho Fifty-fiv- e typewriters. Les sons explained oy fiioving 1'ic- - ri French Dry Cleaned and Pressed In s ture machine. Seven big DeSuperior Manner. partments Shorthand, BookSend us your Garments and Have keeping, Telegraphy, Stenotypy, Them Music, Primary Normal. Expert teachers. Modern equipCLEANED CLEAN ment. Position assured. Packages called for and delivered. Write for catalogue. Ladies' and Men's Garments Daviess Co. Sus. College THE ELITE PRESSING CLUB A. Iva Nail, Prop. Incorporated OWENSBORO, KY. I HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. Relives Files No matter how stubborn the Fetro-Ment- a USELIV-VER-LA- X caso may bo Petro-Ment- a will bring relief. A trial will convlnco you. For sale by Ohio County Drug Co. Price 25c. For Lazy Liver and the Troubles oi Constipation. Peel right all tho time. Don't lay ofl from work for days by taking calomel keeps yotf when pleasant Liu- - Vet-La- x on your feet, whilo relieving your trouble. Safer too, and easy to take. Don't tako anything else. You can't afford sysit Eliminates poisons, cleansesA nattem and relieves constipation. ural remedy, natural in its actions, sure in its effect and certain in results. It will won't bo long before L!v- - Vc-La- x completely displace calomel in evert home.! Children can tako it freely aM with perfect safety. Every bottlo guaranteed. 50c and $1 in bottles. Nona genuine without tho likeness and signature of L. K. Grirsby. For sale by 1. I Used 40 Years CARDUi 5 4 g 5 g ssssssll CASTOR Always bears the Signature of LAND I A The Woman's Tonic S A For Infants and Children In Use For Over 30 Years ffl&bc DETAIL OF INFINITE MATHENEY & BATTS For catalogue and information. Box A. MM gg No Combination ,of Reading Like It and All For $2-i- o i 11 H 11 jr kauMof COMPANION- The Youth's Companion - hiETOUmS pheBestW JL tni 12 issues of Jm 52 ISSUES The favorite family weekly of America, J2 Great Serials or Groups In 1917, and a thousand Articles 250 Short Stone and buggestions, a thousand runny, isms. SpeclalPagea for all ages. McCali U ISSUES Tb s MagazLne aOTBUTY ANO A DMS3 tATIUN uBL Will IffWl BSNIBr loUowea by radiums ut American women. ;ou 12 tnonthly .Issues of will act tba VoCaU'a, mMag swt naarwr a Mda ftaaen(' but a UaBMd aniajHITW tvcni wuuio ik bl". ana 18c. saxti Missus 1110 Drra tfO 1A 1U t W J r. llswtss mm O. Ksaty ot.t U fmjmt m ww. puoiiA. " IUI vaas ?- lb 1117 Home Calaadar. THE YOUTH'irOMPANION for S2 weeks, and oaly.l iThlm nt.i U tnVui Vmith'a Pnmnsnlnn subscribers McCALL'S MAGAZINE every month for one years also choke of any last McCaUUreaal'atternFKEfiforJceoUeatratocovermallJji. THE YOUTH1 COMPANION. St Paul St. DOSTON. MASSACHUSETTS - every mouth of tho year. Ono peasant ho obtained somo overflowed land turned what In tills couu try would bo waste giound to profit. Converting tho marshy overflow into ponds, ho bred and raised snapping turtles, which In Japan rrro considered as much of a delicacy as diamond back terrapin hero. The farm now produces tens of thousands of tho snapping turtles annually, theso being shipped to Tokyo and Yokohama markets by tho tou, Jupan has also a pearl oyster farm. In tho bay of Argo thcro has been established a plantation from which u harvest is obtained. In May or Juno stones weighing from six to eight pounds aro sunk iu shallow water, and lu August tho tiny shells begin to appear on them. Tho stones remain for two mouths, but since tho youug oysters cannot enduro cold in November all rocks In less thau flvo feet of wuter nro moved farther out, where tho tecipcruturo Is moro even. At tho end of tbreo years, when tho shells aro about two Inches across, thoy aro tubca from tho water, nuclei for pearls inserted in them aud replaced In tho water, thirty of them to every six square feet of bottom. Tbcro thejr aro left for four yoars. Then, being seven and a half years old, they aro removed and48ca.'tied . Farmers Froduce Several Crops In Small Space. Japan might well bo called tho lund of InOnlto detail? I'eihnps now hero on earth may one sco detail carried to such extiemcs ns In that l.iud, when ctery available sijuaic foot of t,ol must bo mado to jield every possible return. Farms of ouo or two acres producing six, eight, ten or n dozen diffcicnt crops are common bights, tho soil being fertilized and handled In such a manner as to bilng icsults lu Japanese u.ji not water to Relieve Coughing. Persons (.liioulcnlly 111, especially those suffering from consumption, have sudden and wearing attacks of coughing. In an emeigeney, tho Medi- UeCALL PATTERNS Celebrated (or stjrle, perfect fit, simplicity sal cal Fortnightly bays, hot water will i reliability nearly 40 jcars. Sold in nearly every city and an often prove very effective. Water Is r, Canada, or by town Jn the United States thaa k. mail direct. More sold much better than some of the remedies any other make. Send lor tree catalogue. Nervous Systems. r hi man and all of tho higher anlmnlsl which disorder digestion and spoil the ItUeCALL'S MAGAZINE More subscribers tlian any othel fashloa tho nervous system centers In tho appetite. "Water very hut, almost boil;azlne million a month. Invaluable. Lai styles, patterns, dressmaking, millinery, Is dependent upon tho ing, should bo sipped when the parbrain, and life n scwlnir. fancy needlework, halrdressln?. come on. condition of the brain, so that tho oxisms etiquette, Rood stories, etc. Only W cents a ear (norm aouoicj, mciuuini; a iree pattern, slightest Injury to It means death or ubscribe today, or send for sample copy, A Hemminfj Tip. derangement of faculties. Hut in the ONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS In sewing hems of towels or sheets enso of the worm mid other creatures to Agents. Tostal brings premium catalogue of tho lower kind the nervous tissues or muslin, In starting them from tho I and new cash prise offers. Addrsst place a piece of paper under tho (HZ McCUL CO. 2:3 10 :MJV . 37tb SL. NEW OU aro distributed over tho body and do end uot center lu tho head, so that 11 worm ueedlo and sew through It for about two Inches, then on to tho hem. This may bo cut In half und still live. will prevent the clogging of tho thread and uecdle. Then nftei1 tearing off tho Speak to the Horse. Tho humnu voice has nioto or less paper tho threads are tbcro for tying maiked inllucuco on all aulmnls. Iu tho cud. managing horses especially tho voice VHssss. Li'".tfH i tta I'vr'ijFiB Height of Hopefulness. Is of tho gtcatest use. It should be Ho After I nm out of college, darquiet and, though confident and maseverythlnfr elss fills. terful, not loud nud boisterous. No ling, I may have to wait a few mouths , Suiceed when In nervoun prostration and female ouo should ever touch n hoi so without boforo I can mnkc enough to support tney ere ine supreme vcaicticsK you. Sho It Is so hnid to wait. Ho at tho same time shaking to It. rcrnydy, at Thousands havo testified. (bravely) I know It. But of course FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND g you know tho world doesn't know Love and Strife. STOMACH TROUBLE about me yet. Exchange. Of a truth lovo aud strife wero It is the best medicine ever sold aforetlmo nud shall be, nor ever, over a druggists counter. Ambiguous. J ,11 fri SSffS '!! Will wilt boundless tlmo bo emptied are you, old man? Feeling "IIow of that pair. And they prevail In turn as tho circlo comes round and puss pretty strong?" "No, only Just managing to keep out nun linf.im firm nnnthtftr mid lncrnilKa 7. of tho grave." .1...1.... :.:."" iu meir uppoiuieu uuio. ciuiicuuviva. "Oh, I'm sorry to hear thatl" 1 1 any-thins, Hussian government between tho years 1823 and IS 15, when they mnde pieces of 3, 0 and 12 rubles. Co.lns and medals have been struck In this metal by other governments simply for commemorntlyo or expei luiental purposes, lut never ?or circulation, like tho case of thp Russian government. Up to within fnhly icccnt years counterfeits of gold coins liavo been mnde That of platinum nud then glided. was only when the pike of platinum was about half that of gold. H. WILLIAMS, - Hartford Ky Sold Everywhere m 'j W.."Mi :.:""... Every Woman Wants to Vlk-JY9gjf- cM Eta-,- . K.tuctly. Cholly I am In great demand among tho girls at Atlantic City to John Adams. John Adams, who died In his ninety. take them out In tho breakers. Thoy first year, was tho oldost of our bay thoy feel so safo with me. Polly Your head tloats so nicely, you kuovr. OaHlinoro American. His Little Taikr "Very suspicious man, they say." "Very. Bought a dictionary last week, und now Iio'h counting tho words to boo If It contulus as many as tho publishers claim." Ileason, prudence, caution, courage. Justice, cooperation and 'conciliation nro requisites to economic growth and trength.-i:ib- ert II Clary. FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE Dissolved In water for douches stop pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inf Recommended by Lydia E. Pinkham Med. Co. for ten years. n. I soro throat and sorooraa. Economical. Has sUEaTT limiu ami tcpuKaUl tower. A healing wonder for nasal catarrh, CIRCUIT IIIUIRT night and Sunday with Mrs. Smith d Ibrothor, Mr.vOcorso Leach and fam- 'itw .if Onlnrt. SUBSTITUTE FOR SUGAR DISCOVERED right to deslgnato Industlros ucros-sar- y ' now in session r spent Sandofur Miss Connyo Monday with her uncle Mr. F. L. ARTHUR M. ItllKCKLKK TAKES TERM nr?1 uwiiiii.i' ,,,.J.... .... ,, fnn.il,. . ... ." CHARGE OF FACTORY IN TRIAL DOCKET TO HE Mr. E. P. Sandofur and daughters CINCINNATI. LIGHT. Misi'Ci Connyo and Mao and Mrs. 0. jW. Wnllnco and daughter Hutu, ant Mrs. J. M. 'Mr. Fnndetur's r Arthur M. Hrccklor, member of Tile July Term, Ohio Circuit Court, I gindjfur, spent Saturday with Ill's g, Sandofur and family of tho firm of Janes & Urcckner, conconvened hero last Monday with son ir sulting chemists, will go to CincinJudgo R. W. Slack on tho bench, up Cromwell. within two weeks to tnku charge to noon yesterday the following cnse3 Misses Winona Taylor nnd Qolda nati called and action had as be- Davis wore pleasant visitors of Miss of a new ?150,000 factory In which had been will bo manufactured a substitute low indicated: Lnsslo Leach, of Horton Sunday. sugar recently discovered by Mr. Cora'th. vs. Mose Wllson.trlal nnd Sunday School is progressing nice- for Urecklcr. Judgment for $1G0. ly at this place. Ono and all como out Tho exact nature of his discovery Com'th. vs. Dick Stewart, continu- and Join us. nTtpnt It will revolu Monday nn.1 n whnl We had n good shower ed. tionize nctivltlcs In tho sugar marCom'tli. vs. Hardin Tanner, con which was very badly needed. Mr niwl Mm. V. I,. T.ivlor and ket are not known. Tho Louisville tinued Com'th. vs. Iko Trances, continued children. Jewel D.. Eldred Smith and chemist is loath to.dlscussjiln vs. Ceno Allen, dismissed. Evcv Sanders, spent Saturday night covcty, but It Is said that his sub. ls a s'run wh,ch wln tnko u, Com'th. vs. Torn Crahan, contiu- - with"Mrs. Tavlur's father nnd T. T. Smith "l suB'lr uu,i "' miil l ,,.! - M.. .... M . urd. If for table use. Com'th vs. Charlie Hoover, con- - family. capitalists' organized Cincinnati tinned. the company thnt was formed for . , Com'th vs. Geo. Jewell, cnotlnucd. tho express purposo of 'manufactur."" Com'th vs. Chas. Mullikan, state heads oddly strung. . j ing nnd marketing the product. The ment filed and dismissed. '.factory buildings have been complet- Com'th. vs. Joo St. Clair, Judgment Cl' aM(1 1Kaclrlncry ls being in tailed (Dv J H THOMAS) for $25. ll l9 nIorito.i. Mr. Com'th. vs. Joo N'orris, trial and With the entry of Greece Into tho ' lhe army. Ereckler is vice president of the ncqiUUed. war tho Allies can bonst of an company and win nci as r norai Com'tli. vs Starling Edison, con- of reasoned soldiers. manager of the concern. The factory tinued. Com'th. vs. Kd AVilkerson, continu" Poor old' John Barleycorn; nearly wiIt "RV0 capacity of 20.000 pounda 0' ' im-i.im imt nni.n.tv will of syrup a year. "It is oxpectod the ed. .Keliort of tho Condition, of Tho plant wllr be in operation before 'all. Com'th. vs. Tip Boasley, set for- defend him in his hour of trial. Mr. BrecKler .came to Loi.ivllle ward to 6th, day. Rockport Deposit .Bank iiico, , ru nuiu lra lmt l.wwiv . Com'th. vs. Ab Lawrence, plea In uo - . ,nni. 1oat fnv . ...v . Doing business at tho town of w ; ..l ' ......... .imnMu. Hi. nrlmnrv, Airlll , "W u is luaij .no u tar filed and dismissed. .hn. Bww-- U, r, Kockpoi.t, County of Ohio e was.a wemofr ox in.' .suvai tat. M. Jloach, continued SOon be over. Com'th. vs. L. Siato el J.vMiLucky, at tho Advlsorj' Board with Carl P. . .irhod Com'th. vs. Leonard Anderson, dos of huoineiMi on uth judgment for $50 and 10 days in Congress has declined xto punish and William Speed, both of whom day of Jii'-o- . 1917. are also local men. wltone d1 tics It Citizens Jll., our loyal German-Americwas to make a survey of Kcn.in.Uy' ' . Com'th. vs. Same, continued. '- - by cutting off their beer supply. UIJSOURCES. Mr. Urccklor industrial resource. Com'th. vs. Lou Sullenger, set for- -' pretty Loans and Discounts . . . $3Q,i93.79 'ward to 10th, day. a fme exaniplo of "fraternity spirit is a graduate of Drake Urn. Overdrafts, secured and Com'tli. vs. Pos? Uural, trial and was displayed on the Court Housa and of the University of CIiIcuro and 280.S1 unsecured ("hem-leJifflHifltRl. . Green Tuesday. One of the numer ls a member of the American Society. Ho will rotain his con- Stockw, Bonds and other , cus candidates for Cemjth.vs. Geo. Hillinrd, contlnu-was dis- Securities 2.0001 . if s rra lH ... a ... .1 . nections with (he Louisville A. ?: iiaiu u Hnniiltll. itu.tiiii ... lutcim tu lH..n n jsni'i'.b 1Kn.lt.it I. the capacity of consultant. Louis- Due fppnfnnks Com'th vs. "Walfer TJFBwtr, set to the instep of his sock. Immediately 3,171.2.2 Cah "on iaud 10Ul.; day. n startvd a penfy ville Ttnics. Baaklngtloiibe, FurniCom'th. va. R. L. pjcrris, continu- subscription wherewith to buy the i.000.00 ture nnd Fixtures c" ed. unfortunate a new pair. Only can Other Assets not included pom'th. vs. Ernest LItsey, con- didates wore allowed to contribute EXEMPTION PLAN 10.715 under any of above heads tinued. but llho tho Liberty Loan the fund Com'th. vs. Robert Rone, judgment was nulckly oversubscribed and Mo.it IS PKOalULGATED ?01,0iri.5:i Totnl for 150 for Plaintiff. vont off smiling. LIAIJILITIKS. Com'th. vs. Joe Tato, judgment for Capital Stock paid In. In $800. Politics Is lying low jut now but $15,000.00 cash (Continued from Tirst Vczv ) Com'th. vs. Same, D cases dismiss- a oon as the wnr Is over it, they or 6,000.00 Surplus Fund ed. will float corkhigh. Undivided Profits, loss exby the fri''its of the man's me. ul or con- .Com'th. vs. Otis Reynolds, penses and trtxw paid 514.07 'tlnued. VIUrKo blacksinith. Bill MurpV-- . thital later. Deposits subaro required, lbject ject to check ?20.z9S.9D com'tn. re. Tom Crowder, oon - :un.I ljrpi Carrier, Lawrence Dauol, untTd.x Jcf tliat th?y to appeal, to puss upon clulais for Time depor.nii:lipnor discharge wlthfa .three sit $11,560.95 .atJi. va. tleodersoa Brewing raw frost last Friday morning. In ijmentfor S25. jvaln we urged the lupossibllitjof Myi after the filing of affluavits. Di Casliisr'-- s . checks ' ojit- npptai eases standlng th. va. Game, judgment for frost in a temperature In the sixties, ir.;ct boards must 310.3 ' but like the man who swore the wltfilu five days after the closing of ni'th. vs. Same, dismissed. 'horse was sixteen feet high or the proofs and their decisions are final. ftS,0lG'.53 Total u.u'tn. va. American Express Co. ' little girl who persisted "Nay Mister, If the niling of a local beard ts af' cisas, set forawrd to, stands STATE we are Seven," Murphy and Daniel firmed the person in huc-tiuvs. Adams Express' Co. 3 stjck to the frost story. Noither of finally accepted for military service. 'iiu'Ui. )&t. ' ! Passing on olaimu for exemption set forward to )' the 'gentlemen drink. County of Ohio, on the ground of etnplo.m?;4 in Civil Caues. We. A. D. Park and J. I. Iloslck, ' vs. Baugh, continued. " Industrial and agncultural oc- President and Cashier of the abovo IntrucUng the grand jury Monday ' tason & Son, vsMellonry Coal tho Court directed the Jury to in- - cupations the district boards must be named Dank, do solemnly swear that judgment for plaintiff. vestigate combinations in restraint convinced thnt the particular enter- the above Matement is- - true to the ame, vs., Same, judgment for of trade In food products and fuel. prise affordln?.aucli employment ac- host of our Knowledge and belief. ' intitt. So far so good, but by a wicked ami tually is necessary to the maintenA. D. PARK, President. . laiph, vs. Crowdor, continued, unlawful combination the boot led- ance of the military establishment, J. I. HOSICK, Cashior. iioyal. vs. Ja'oies, set forward to gers have arbitrarily "and without or nrrrToiial interoat duilng the emerSubscribed nnd sworn to before me th, day. justification raised the price of t gency. thits 30t)i,diy of June,, 1917. Tho tollowing wore Impaneled as uor from seventy five cents to a dollar There was 110 jurprlbc ia the exJanuary My Commission Expires '.embers of the Grand Jury; Carl M. n.pintv We don't want to criticise the emption regulation.' l!o task of 28, 191S. L. T. REID, parsing upon the Individual cases is aylor, foreman, J. J. Bracken, Leo Court but ve think this wieked b, Notary Pnbllo. L. D. jTJennett, J. L. Brown, ' bination should be brolten up by the left ontirqly to the local board. Correct Attest: J While the Proshlont receives the R. burgess, L. H. Ilonder, J. R. strong arm of the law. MRS. z. muutxh, v.Ungton, W. L. Leach, James Ba'l-i- " A. D. PARK. ' i h. T. 8. B08W0II nnd Q. B. Brown, JAS. I. HOBICK. ' Petit Juiy was composed of "MONARCH OF ALL HE SURVEYS." l DIreetors. ' Rowing: J. H. Davis. W. P. -O '. (J. 8. Caraon, Lafe Grant. John 110ILKD DOWX. , R. P. Bennett. U. C. Crowd- - W. Taylor, J .W. Price. Maek t After woeks of Inactivity the Uues-la- n ., J. S. Eskrldge, Clyde Baling, arn.y auddoaly gets busy and cap-lui- y 1) .1 Park, B. B. Rogtrs, J. T. Mad- 15,000 German prisons. 't. B. Shaver, Joe Thomasson, B. len Virgil Stewart, Clint Park, Cash grain on LoulsvlRe Market Miller, B. D. Cox and J. II. ls holding ut 2.20 per bushel. plrUTi? wm bC8,n nl th,s .t U sh-tc- ,, I i , , moth-,811111- v.m-uj.- .. -- . P' - for tho public good, tho nucstloa of whother retention of any Individual engaged in theso Industries to essentially left to tho, bonrd. Whllo Ihrsp steps are being carried nut for getting together tho men of tho uationnl army, tho Wnr Department is mnking progress wltti the even nioro dlulcult task of finding ofllccrs for' tho force. Part of these will como from the sixteen tinkers' training camps. Tho first 10,000 of tho 40,000 men at the camps will ho selected for commissions In tho first Increment of tho now army. That Is less than half the uumbor of olllcors necessary. Tho War Department approved today recommendations of of regular regiments commanders which will commission 3.0Q0 or more regulnr olilrcra to bo captains or lieutenants in tho first G2r,000 of the national army. It U understood thnt more than fifty men from each regiment, in addition to those now' at tho otllcers' training camps will be given commissions for tho period of tho war. A trained and experienced regulnr olllcer will command each regiment of tho National army. To aid lilm he n will have several other regular experienced in particular lino such as his adjutant, nt least one major, his ordinance and ittnrter-ruasto- r otllcers will come from the tesorvo lists, the training camps or tho ranks of tho regular service. olll-cer-- ANNOUNCEMENTS. for coun - tho Republican nomination for ty oilier published In this column un -- Icr of Ohio county. Subject to Jail. , til tho Primary. $f..00 hi ndvnnco. Primary Election, Saturday, August 4, 1917. District offices, $2. r0. I l'or ltoireM'iiliHlvo. Wo nro authorized to nnnounco tho candidacy of h. h. KJIHIIV for tho Republican nomination for Rcpro- scntntlvo of Ohio county. Subject to tho Primary Election, Saturday, August 4, 1917. Wo are authorized to nnnounco tho candidacy of Dll. Y. h. LAWMCK for tho Republican nomiuntiou for Representative of Ohio county. Subject to tho Primary Election Saturday, August 1, 1017. Wo nro authorized to announco tho cnndldncy of J. W. DUVALL for the Republican nomination for Jailer of Ohlrf county. Subject to tho Election, Saturday, August 4. 1917. Prl-mnry Wo nro authorized to announco the cnndldncy of K. K. TIX8LHV for the Ropuhllcan uomlnntlou for Jailer of Ohio county. Subject to tho Primary Election, August 4, 1917. cn "'it .,....,, . v-- an . al j i ....... i,iisT fellow-candida- te x .... ., tut -- e ' n,-17e.8- .....' . s nee-.essa- ry .rxer com-Rjtow- i V -rt- ' J ia.. j -"- C- Tounty Cuuit. A B. Coleman, C. H. Urown and . yton Williams were .recently ap- inted appraUera of tho estate of '. P. Hunley, deceased. J. W. Mercer, recently quallflod as guardian of Hugh Augleby WiUon. Vi wills of W. S. Mckol nnd Henderson Ashby, doceasod. were each probated and ordered to record on last Monday. 3Irs. Agues Nickel was apopintcd and qualified aa guanllau ot Oscar T. und V.. Irnk Mckol on tho 2nd. J. H. Reynolds v.au recently designated and appointed Inspector of Scales and weights at tho mines of tho Taylor Coal Co., at Taylor Minos. Jlrs. A gi:o.i ' Nickel, qualified as executrix of tho will or ,V. S. .Nickel t!oi'ia&ed on tho 2nd! I11 '!ho llrltlsh army continues to slowly but miroly crowd bnok tho Cornian battle line. Ilrnzil and Groece havo entoretl the wur on the bido of tho Allies. j After a brief oxporlment with Ropuhllcan form of Govornmont.. China has reestablished n Monarchy. . Two divisions of American troops havo landed tin French solLnutf will soon ho on tho firing Una. "' " r, vx -- fjcviM hbbey ntwmrmt jht-j- i r'Mi Comparatively few' nrrosts havo been mudo for fulluro to register under tho selectlvo draft order. j i j Copenhagen dispatches roport tho Austrinns soro of war and ruvornhly disposed toward a separato pcaco. . t RALI) KNOll. July, 3. Mrs". N. P. Porter and son Claude of Cromwell, Mrs. J. M. Sanderfur of Horton Mrs. Henry Taylor. Mr. uud Mrs. Jim Taylor, aiuf Mrs. Susan M. Taylor, spent last Sun day with Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Tuylor Miss ..Martha Sandofur ls vlsltln; ro'utlves at Simons, at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Smith au-daughter .Miss Marie spent Saturday ifVithjr '0 irtvr&r . i -- SL Sr u S... . ' wt --TJBVtW. ,v contlnuo activo and des troy u heavy volumo of shipping. -- " fifr' -- Rehte in New York World. Tho .AIHqs with tho powerful aid of tho United States is planning to darken. tho German skies with aero planes, and soiuo modern Napoleon may say "to Germany tho fates havo decreed the dominion of tho under sea and to Franco that mastory'ot J. H. T, tho alr , Wo nro authorized to nnnounco the cnndldncy of H. A. LEE for tho ReWo aro authorized to nnnounco tho publican nomination for Jailer of candidacy of .. 1). II ILL for tho Re- Ohio county. Subject to tho Primary publican nomination for Roprescntn-tiv- o Election, August 4, 1917. of Ohio County. Subject to tho Primary Election, Snturday, August Wo nro nuthorlzcd to announco tho I, 1017. cptidldncy of .1. T. WEDDIXO for the Republican nomination for Jailer of Ohio county. Subject to tho l'or County Judge. ' Wo are authorized to nnnounco tho ry Election, August 4, 1917. Primacnndldncy of MACK COOK for tho Republican nomination for Judgo of Wo nro nuthorlzcd to announco tho the Ohio County Court. Subject to candidacy of CIIARLKV .loiI.VSOX Autho Primary Election, Saturday, for tho Republican nomination for gust 4, 1917. Jailer or Ohio county. Subject to tho Primary Election, Saturday, AuWo aro authorized to nnuouncc the gust 1, 1917. candidacy Of II. It. WKHDIXt! for tho Rcr.ibllcnu nomiuntiou for Judgo Wo nro nuthorlzcd to announco tho Subject of the Ohio County Court. to tho Primary Election, Saturday, candidacy of C. A. SMITH for tho Republican nomination for Jnllcr of August 1, 1017. Ohio county. Subject to tho Prlmnry Election, Saturday, August 4, 1917. We are authorized to announce tho candidacy of It. It. MARTIN for the We am authorized to annoum c tho Republican nomination for Judge of tho Ohio County Court. Subject to candidacy of WORTH TICHi:N(m the Primary Klwtlon, Saturday, Au- for the Republican iumltutrn for gust 4, 1917. Jailer of Ohio county Sub ion u tho Primary Klection, Saturd.iy. AuWo are autnorized toannouncolie gust I, 1517. candidacy of J. A. IIKLLAMV for the We nro authorized to nn.Kiuiite 1, a Republican nomination for Judge of Subji-c- t tl,- - Ohio County Court. to rnnilldnry of ,J. . l'KKKY for tho tho Primary Llcctlon, Aug. 4, 1917. Republican nomination for Jnllr Ohio county. Subject to tl. Pr. We nro authorised to nuuounro the maty Kloctlon, Snturday, August candidacy of SILAS I,. HTUVKXH for 4. 1917. the Republican nomination for Judge Wo are authorized to nnnounro tft ofcthe Ohio County Court. Subject itOtftho Primary Klection, Saturday, cnndldncy of P. M. IlltOWX for tho Stfgust 1, 1917. Riniubllcau uomlnntlou for JalKr of Ohio county. Subject to tho Prlm.i- . are auuior)zeu to nnnounce.nio ry Section, Saturday, August 4, n ivo candidacy or wi.viiKv sjiitii tor tno iai7. Irapubllcau nomination for Judgo of the Ohio County Court. Subject to I'or tho primary Election, Saturday, AuWo are nuthorlzed to announco the gust 4, 1917. candidacy of I). K. WARD ror the Republican nomination for Assessor Wo aro nuthorlzcd to announco the o( Ohio county. Subject to the Pricandidacy of L. It. TICIIEXOR for mary Election, Saturday, August 4. the Domocratlc nomination for Judge 1917. of the Ohio County Court. Subject to tho Primary Election Snturday, For Coroner. August 1, 1917. Wo aro authorized to announce tho candidacy of DR. A. H. Itlf.CY for For County Attorney. the Republican 'Homliii.tlon for CVr- We are authorized to announce tho oner of Ohio county. Subject to tho 1). KIRK for the Ro - Primary Election. Saturday. Auc.ist candidacy of A. punncau nomination lor county .At- - ,Mt 1917. torney of Ohio county. Subject to tho Primary Electiun, Saturday,-Augus- t l'or MnciMratc. ' 4. 1917.' We are authorized to announce tho , candidacy of W. c. DAlfillF.IU'Y Lr tho Republican nomination for Jus- For County- Court Clerk. We are autbo'rl.ed to e the tlce of Peace, Rosino Maistrll Pis- candidacy of W. C. RLAXKKNSHIP trlct. Subject to the Pi in ary Elec- for (ho Republican nomination tor Hon, Saturday, August 1, 1;17. ip County CoUrt Clnrk of Ohio county. Wc are authorized to announce tho." Subject to the Primary KUctioti, candidacy of JAS. A. IKjMNti for tho Saturday, August 4, 1917. Republican nomiuntiou tor J if t Ice- - of We are authorized to announce the th Pe.iee, Sulphur Springs District. candidacy of M. V. CHOI LEY for the Subject to the Primary EIlUhui, SatRopubllcun nomination for County urday, August 4, 1917.-- . Court Clerk of Ohio county. Subject We are authorised to announce tho to the Primary Election, Saturday. candidacy of 1J. XT. JACKSON for August 4, 1917. the Republican nomination ror JusWe are authorized to announce the tice of tho Pence, Heaver Dam Dls- candidacy of L. II. COXDIT for the Jrlct; Subject to the Primary Elec Republican nomlualinn fur County tion, Saturday, August 4, 1917. Court Clerk of Ohio county. Subject We are authorized to announco tho tu the Primary Election, August 4, candidacy ofM. li. CROWUKIl for 1917. the Republican nomination for Justice of the Peace, Roslix- - Magisterial For .Sheriff. Wc aro authorized to announce the district. Subject to tho Primary candidacy or fi. A. HAMMI for the Election, Suturdny, Auguht 1, 1917. KepMicHii nomination for Sheriff of Wo are nuthorlzed to announce tho Ohlu count. Subject to the Primary .Election, Saturday, August 4, candidacy of W. S. DEAN for the K;V publican nomination for Jrstice or 1917. ' tho Peace, Sulphur Springs MunMer-la- l district. Subject to tuo We are autlvorlzed to nnnounco the Election, Saturday, Auguot Primary 4, 1917. candidacy of S. A. ISRATOIIKR for the Republican nomination for Slier- We are ilf of Ohio county. Subject to the candidacy nuthorlzed to announce tho Prluury Election, Saturday, August Republican of 8. W. LEACH for trtu nomination for JtUce or i, 1917. the Peace, Hoaver Dam Magisterial dlctrlct. Subject to tho Primary We nro authorize! to announce the Election, Saturday. Auguut 4, 1917. cavdldacy of . P. .IOXKS for the Republican muninatlou for Sheriff Wo nro authorized to nnnounco tho of Ohio county. Subject to the candidacy of .1. Y. HAdFKMAN for Election, Saturday, August 4, tho Democratic nomination for Jus-tlc- o 1917. of tho Ponce, Hartford Mufclster- lal District. Subject to tho Primary Wo nro authorized to announco tho Election, Snturday, Aug. 4, 1917. cnndldncy of H. E. IJKXMJTT lor tho Democratic nomination for Sheriff of Wo uVo authorized to nnnounce tho Subject to tho Primary Ohio county. or .1. II. DANIEL for tho Election, Saturday, August 4, 1917. candidacy Republican nomination for Justice of tho Pcuco, llartlctts Magisterial l'or Kiipei'inteiideiit. District. Subject to tho Primary Niro ' legally Election, Saturday, August 4, 1917. Note Women wno (lua'llllcd, nro entitled to voto for School Superintendent in both Prl Wo nro nuthorlzed to nnnounco tho uiary and Final . Election.. candidacy of Kit SHOWN for tho Republican uomlnntlou for Justlco Wo nro authorized to announco the or tho Penco, Hartford Magisterial candidacy of K. S. HOWARD for (ho District. Subject to tho Primary Republican nomination for Superin- Election, Saturday, August 4, 1917. tendent of Schools of Ohio county. Subject to tho Primary Election, Wo aro nuthorlzed to nnnounco tho Saturday, August 4, 1917. candidacy of Q. 11. RROWN for tho Republican nomination fur Justlco of Wo aro authorized to announco the tho Peace, Rockport Sub-jeDistrict. candidacy of MRS. I. N. MAHOX for to tho Prlmnry Election, Saturtho Republican nomination for Super- day, Augufit 4th., 1917. intendent of Schools of Ohio county. Subject to tho Prlmnry Election, SatWo nro nuthorlzcd to announco tho urday, August 4, 1917. cnndldncy of TOM COX, for the . nomination for Jutlco of For Jailer. tho Pence, for tho Rosino District. Wo aro authorized to announce the Subject to tho Primary Election, candidacy of M. G. HIIKOAUKK for August 4th., 1917. 'f - aur-ounc- ... f f ... ... ... ... ... ... Prl-niury ... ... ... ct an CALL ON THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN FOR FINE JOB PRINTINGS S Jf ftiMJisfrafaj"XTffrsftsa