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The Hartford republican: July 13, 1917 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1917 hao1917071301_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: July 13, 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. Kyng K ) Fine Job Work. VOL. XXX. DARING RAID ON Jlttttfir DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS wonderful regularity all the time. I camo back exactly the samo way as I went and was .fired at many times. COOLNESS ft OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY v fCMk Subscription $1 per Year No. 2 GERMAN cd sustain the namo and tho glory of Kentucky by volunteering for tho defense of your country, ycjur homo and your sweetheart. It Is easy to get In and get those advantages why wait?" In enlisting, every man worth while will think of tho Interests of With $30 clear money thoso every month he can'contlnuo to be a provider. In theso stressful times many hardworking men aro not clearing $30 per month. Furthermore, in the higher grades which are open to every volunteer, the pay runs up to three times this sum. Thirty dollars' and all expenses is tho minimum. Every s&ldler has tho privilege of assigning all or any part of his pay, and tho government will send such apportionment direct to lib family or When Kento anyone designated. tucklans really understand the material advantages which the national gaurd offers, headquarters aro confident that the several hundred blank files In the regiments will be filled speedily. f HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 13, 1917. RUSSIANS BREAK AUSTRIAN'S LINE present schedule of soldiers: pay AS- DRIVE . KRUPP GUN WORKS carries t'kbncii Aviator big essen obstruction to munitions plant. WINS FOR U. 8. AIRMEN In Franco, SECURES GROUND NEW OFFENSIVE IX BELGIUM RESULTS IN GAINS FOR , KAISER. New amLpoworful blows arc being , One definition ot patriotism is 24 HOUR BOMBARDMENT struck by the Russians In Gallcia. "higher self interest." A stlrrins Apparently they have broken tho appeal from this angle la made In a MAUY WORKMEN KILLED Austro-Germa- n line west ot Stanls-la- u circular, approved today at brigade off- headquarters, which Is to bo given south of Hnllcz, as Tcrrlflc Shelling Prior to Attack, icial report from Petrograd not only wldo circulation over Kentucky by Hnlil f Yet Aero Moot Advance (100 Yards, Dunkirk Rusparties this week. recruiting reports Important gains for the .Mnrie, Hiriliniin Makes Safe Threatened. figActual money compensation Is sians In the Stanlslau area, but deReturn. cavalry Is pursu- ured. SoliUers are not asked merely clares the Russian ing the retreating enemy. This pur- to fight for homo and country, but The Germans on tho western front suit already has reached tho Lukva tho lowliest man In rank3 will reNou-Jhave started a menacing offenslvo Amstcrdamf July 10. I.e flrst-clas- 3 ceive tho equivalent of a River. near tho Belgian coast. of Maastricht. Holland, re- gateway to Lemberg salary. Beginning with l'ast Sunday, Halicz, tho This movement, whllo it may turn ports that Dutch workmen who were from the South, seems doomed to fall the war shedule of pay is effective. out to i bo nothing but a local effort off at the Krupp works on onslaught Is It doubles tho sums received by enunless tho Russian or something with which the British count of the destruction of buildings A Russian push listed men. quickly stopped. can cope after tho shock of the first .in tho recent French air raid, assert JA. "private In tho rear rank" will Stanlslau would renorthwest from thrust has been met nevertheless inthat a quarter of tho Essen plant food, money, and o sult In Halicz being hemmed In on receive $30 In Tho material Is dicates the possibility of a determinwas destroyed. clbthlng, quarters, medical attention SEVEN MORE 'SLACKERS' SENT INDIAN slde3. attempt to bend back the British at millions of francs, and It V. S. FOKUIDS RICH IIKII CROSS three renewed Russian onslaught and dentistry to amount of $15 per TO JAIL BY JUDGE LAXDIS ed The OIVK WWMIOOTO 2 flank on the Belgian coast and reach that one hundred employes in this sector brought with It not Jmonth more at the most reasonably rencn cuy oi uunKirK, uuout were killed and hundreds of others, FrP.ennrt. III.. Julv 10. Seven 1" only additional territory but 7,000 calculation. Henryetta. Ok.. July l.-iac- kson French prisoners. Including forty-flv- o fed- -, Seventeen miles distant, What isn't Included In the mone- more "slackers," who defied tho Harnett, Creek Indian, whoso wealth prisoners and 48 guns, Including a Tho Germans succeeded in their wounded Tho tary consideration, but Is just as ma- eral registration law n Rockford; 111., pieces. estimated nt M.B00.000. will have dozen largo caliber One and possibly two French air- -' were sentenced to serve nltlal Pus" through an Intense total Russian captures of men in terial, Is training and experience last month, " twenty-fou- r hours planes dropped bombs on. Ew.cn last to Keep uio a year and a day In the Chicago j bombardment for donate to tho American Red Cross tho present remarkable offensive Is which equips men for tuccess afterFriday. Tho official German report by Federal and then attacking last evening over and now Is In ex wards. As an educational and con House of Correction The secretary of ho mountIng-apIdl- y the devastated ground. Tho bridges of tho raid said only two uomb holes mercy fund. Washington Thursday cess of 25,000. structive agency,, the army has po Judge K. M. Landls hero Friday. interior from the Yser were destroyed by were found ' SIniillar sentences were given North of tho Stanlslau area Gen. tent power. denied tho request he bo permitted thc eavy nre and the 8endInS "P f Of Tim Raid. Tells Thero aro other important consid- men by Judge Landls yesterday. Brusslloff Is holding to his newly was found lmposslb-scrlptlo- n Grand Headquarters of tho French to n.ako tho donatfen. The men participated In "antlcon- of erations. Tho travel and experience wealth wa. acquired won positions in tho vicinity Ie- Thus a Penetration GOO yeards most! Harnett's July S.-- The, Army In France. riots In Itockford June 5 ol producing Brzozany and near Konluchy, where and associations which go with ser was daring air raid yet carried out through roynlltles from of he Creek his troops aro well placed for a con- vice In the greatest war of history and C. They refused to register at deP on a front of 1'400 'ards given to members affected, the Germans pushing as far great Krupp munition land against tho lie Is tinuation of tho drive upon Lemberg t,he only war in which this genera- , that time. Many of them said they as tho east bank ot the ser near the by the government. works at Essen was recounted to a nation ot the railway lines. tion will have opportunity to parti-- were industrial Workers passed as an Incompetent, and can along converging North Sea- - ' staff correspondent of tlitf Associated counter nttacks here clpatc has a very great value to the World. Judge Landls charaqterjzed upon he Austro-Germa- n money only atta T g alsT extended further pup- today by Sergt. Maximo Gall- - llsposo. of his thing, It Is one's them as "whining, Individual. Another shake tho il" who dofle, all tho German antl- - approval of tho 1'robata.Court or tho have failed ofto this valuable Russian own home and one's own liberty for pies." because of their attempt to stlth- - PPoslt Lombaertzyde. but terrain. possession secretary of the Interior. here- - after having temporarily driven , military duty. aircraft defenses vand bombarded the Thero Is little but local fighting which Kentucklans are paid to light. evade line, a in tho British advanced m fc of tho German nmarent-pro- heart along tho British front In Northern This Is every American's war. countr-attac- k forced the Germans high explosives . yi yi IICUDCDC duclng factories with A still bigger consideration, maybe Franco but further down trie line ' jback to their original positions. crossed tho German front lino twice, , ff, ffi mLHlDLIld Alio Germans aro giving the French vhen It's all over, the volunteer will KENTUCKIANS ARE There have been no serious at- cities, and J How over many Hhenlsh little rest. Attack after" attack Is hivo a sense of duty squarely met tempts by tho Germans to break GET FREE RIDE bslng launched by the Crown Prince and a cause for pride which the man TR CD A MrC Teached home scratchless. lU Ull lU rKANuL through the,Brltish front in Belgium Tho whole flight lastod seven for the "draft can never In desperate attempts to shako tho who waits since their two canpaigns for Calais hours, during which -- tho daring positions along' the enjoy. To havo stepped forward at ' ' In the early months of tho war. The was guided only by 7 IN CATTIiK CAR SPECIAL French from air French aviator Thero was an- the country's call and struck blow for APPROXIMATELY 5,500 GUARDS- - first was checked along the Belgian tho moon niul stars and tho com"DRIVEN FROM JEROME, other such drive last night at Pan- Wow with her foes when the need front by the combined British and voyago was made In the MEN WILL GO TO FKAXCE pass, as tho ARIZONA. theon but llko others that havo pre- jNvas greatest, will be a memory to bo Belgian defense, aided by the partidesFROM KENTUCKY". darkest hours of tho night, tho cherished by posterity. ceded In the effort was uncessful. cipation of British warships along tho being reached exactly actination Self Interest Is further served by Meanwlillo such trenches as tho coast. In tho second battlo of Ypres, narcording to plan. Sergt. Gallols Jerome, Ariz., July 11. "The Gormans were able to retain after volunteering now, tho circular points Washington. July 10. The call in the tall ot iai4, tno uermans sac- story In the simplest manrated his roign of tho Industrial Workers of their repulse In tho attack of Satur out. Tho recruit will go with his to colors by the President of all na- - rlflced thousands of men In a ter- ner. .. Ho said: under officers an end," day night In the Alsne region wero fellow Kentucklans, . - !,.. von. rinc drive, but ianeu to eneci a pen- i , . m--u w. ..t in limit Arillssmi do tho World in Jerome is at -as he wrested from them In a brilliant whom he knows and will have oppor- - , , ,..,r.ald Mayor J. J Cain ... .no tncW will Rpnil annroxlmately 5.500 tiranon. " inriiifiiur. hcrm. uuiuiiu, wm "" y in- . stood In the rallroadyanls, ano'i counter offenslvo started by tho tunltles for proration wnicn Renorts from London u comrade, and myself, left our baso !, ... unknown In tho army of men W!10, cars loaded, with French. --- " htl o In Tlplirllltn l Inten-- j watched two cattle troops will come in wun .Uotr tl.of " tho and Indiana nt nightfall Frlday,-wl- th will serve by compulsion. Tho sounds of What Berlin Says. men disappear In tho distance. There contingents of Stato still in progress. tlon of reaching Essen. Soon afterTho circular carries tho announce- - tho last of three ' sixty-seve- n men In tho cars, nil Berlin, July 9 (via London). The heavy firing, heard In England alt f- -. and wore ward wo fan Into foggy weathor y by IUUI11 lllUL II1U3U nuM oiiUDi, At nv- - . reputed to bo members of the Indus- official statement Issued i.ni-- 1 i... dav yesterday, wore again heard to- immcoiawijr ou lost sight of each other. I How at trial Workers of tho World, and fifty tho German nrmy headquarters staff Kentucky National Guard will be al- to lay beginning at dawn will as soon as practicable be 3iri altitude of 1,200 metors and pass-- 1 armed cltlzons accompanied them to says tho Russians who attacked yes- lowed a furlough of a week to wind tno , souuiern iraimiiB on over jiuk a..u enemy ;Beo tlmt ,hoy (llll not co10 back. Tho terday In Eastern Gallcia .were up business affairs. Tho appeal con- Kentucky's Stato Guard wmi. London. Ju y ll.-- Tho forces, rep MoseUe. he course oft o tQ & ,ocomotlve brought to a standstill by Gorman cludes: "When you get back home up army and penetrated British possessions In BelWHICH, HUWUVUr, IHiiui uiippv.... and tho Bhort train was run ns an reserves after tho Russians had you will havo the respect of your resentation in the regular n tnni rrt " fKfttlt rf 1 A il II VO Tl B Jf 51 v" " quota ot men chosen through tho '"" " In tlio mist. . , Oepth ot COO yeards, says a statement "extra," Its destination being Jeromo pressed back tho defenders In tho dl- - home peoplo, and reputation and H"ut m ,. ' Murk. your buc- Missed Their "; "'""""'"J miles away. rectlon of the wooded heights of training which will Insure Junction, twonty-sove- n well Issued by tho British War Office in civil life. You U1 have help- - Stato will "The batteries fired Vt mo crossing Deportation of tho men came after Czarnylas. representee ai mo iroiu. tho Rhino, nnd as I passed over Metz a "drive'' the Germany I In which hundreds olr advance Indiana, whoso troops will bo at senrchllghts plnycd about tho sky. of minors and other cltlzenB, all tho same reached the right bank of tached , in regular service to ....,..., (I BOAT CAPTAIN: "BUT THE YANKEE SHIP SAW ME FIRST!" , At Thlonvlllo I heard another near tho sea. Tho attack followed a . armed, participated with tho object if nenrby, but mado It out to bo I of "cleaning up" tho town. All of bombardment, In twenty-four-hoC.250 memwill have approximately Afterward I was com- tho men were considered by Jeromo Ardleson'. which tho defenses In tho dunes secbers of tho guard on duty. pelled to travel by tho aid ot tho com- .city ofllclals to bo undesirables" betor near tho coast wore leveled.....Tho ,. .. i and tho moon. pass, tho stars cause of a strike called ln'the copper sctor was- isoiaieu uy uesiruiiu ui MEN ARMY WILL TRAIN "At Troves I saw a heavy bombard- district by the metal miners' branch lirldRes ovor tho Ysor. UNDER .11 AS OFFICERS ment, which I calculated was direct- of tho Industrial Workors ot tho The announcement follows: I Therefore, .World, which was repudiated by tho ed at my comrado. "After a very intenso bombard-th- at Washington, July lo! Convinced hours the know I was traveling In the right Intornilt,0IinI UnIon of Mlno. Mill and many desirable men aro holding ment lasting twenty-fou- r I "lid not boo Coblenz. direction. Many men had sec- - fiicmy mado a determined attack-oSmelter Workers. back tholr applications for tho positions on the Meuport front I saw tho reflection of tho moon on )iennl of Ujo .MrIve aml left Jeroino ond officers' training camp because our From ,. , tho Rhino rfnd found Bonn. tliJg morilnB. ti,n rnnuiro- - yesterday at 7:45 p. m.. Owing to carJy n.i nf and heavy nature there to Dussoldorf thero was a reg - , Aftcp U(o mQn worQ p,aced , tho ments. Adjt. Gen. McCain Issued a Hie concentrated which Increas- - lcatUo of the enemy's artillery fire the de-hular sua of electricity they WC0 gIyen plouty of cnnj statement Thursday making it clear ho I ed as I got further north. drinking water, but nothing to eat. "intelligent and forceful" men Senses In tho dune sector near .. ot lumlno - . "Cologne was a blazo i... coast were ioyoivu ed outi BQVOral under Isolated by the de.tjetIo, slty.and at Dgsseldorf tncro wcro a.i ntoU a th(J cltUonB. ..Wo'll como a rindwltLt military rdd and whllo. .bridges acrosstho River Yser. kinds of lights, bluo bac tnininir Runs enemy succeeded In penetrating our All the time tho Tho previous statement of the War around Cologno jjijjiu noOT SUIJSCRIHES on a front of 1.400 fired as I pasted, and Department that It, will bo difficult po.sillons . hero 0 r o a dep h tho gunners wore vory accurate In $2500 TO MOSCOW ARMY tho draft age or with- - Jjrd. for men within . tho range. - Ulua " out military experiences to gain ad "Leaving thero, I saw, llko clirra Petrograd, July 10. Elihu Root, (mission to tho camps has resulted, River Yser near ho sea. a brilliant illumlim - 'n0(l(, ot tho American mission to Bus on tho horizon, ..,.., i ,.,nr,in tt.nt ! "Further south, opposite Lom- in slu, has donated $2500 to tho soldiers tinn which seemed kilometers after gaining temporarily not baertr-jrdappllcatlons from such men will .. ... i .. longth stretching to tho loft of Essen, of Moscow. Ho was formally thanked . tnmn ol our advanced positions, tho I uninucumrmj,iu d, Iron back to his o,n while southward was another long for tho gift by tho mayor of tho city. r 'pointed out. thoso having demon - . -. lino ot lights coming from tho fac."; strat exocutlvo ability in civilian pur - "" " " " w" o- Fanners' Chautauqua. tories. Arriving over Essen, I roso suits, ranging In ago from 25 up - r I clrfclod ,K ADDRESS OF .MEN Tho peoplo of Mantanzas will hold 2,000 meters. to about Cllll. '.....! n..n n .tA nfl.nnatlv flpalrPll. nround, searching for a place whero a Farmers' Chautauqua at that place ON U. S. SHIPS ANNOUNCED Applications for theso camps will tho lights from tho workshops socm - j August Cth, 7th and 8th throo big 15, closo July days for tho farmors of this county, Washington, July 10. Socrotary cd densest. tho flrtt bomb. and ovory ono Is Invited to attend "Thon I Daniels announced tonight that for r:iMt Altl) HESIGNS FHOM After counting ton I dropped tho sec. Thoy will havo somoof tho best mon DIPLOMATIC SERVICE prlvato cablegrams to officers and ' men on the American warships In tho ond and thon tho remainder of tho and women of tho Stnto In tho Ex- ... ,...llt.. ten i cnrriou, ui(ni!iiiiiur ltll..llld tension work thero, and It will bo a imruio. ' Washington, July 9. James W. war zono tho cablo address will bo I could not toll whether tho bombs rnro treat for tho farmers of this Gorard, former Ambassador to Ger- simply "Usnavfbrco, London,," with oxploaded, but thoy probably did. It county. It will bo froo to every ono, many, bus resigned from tho diplo- tho namo ot tho person addressed. was Impossible, to distinguish their Thero will bo a luiifch stand to servo IfifN-SrSVmatic sorvlco and returned to prl- Tho namo ot tho ship or station is not effoct, owing, to tho flaming fumaco thoso who do not' wish to carry their vato llfo. Ills resignation was ac- to bo Included, and tho rank of tho u , . lunches with thorn, at reasonable chimneys' cepted somo time ago, though tho nddrcssoo should bo used only when "My duty dono, I turned homo--war- plrces. It Is to bo hoped as many fact was pot allowed to become thoro Is a probability of confusion not having seen my comrades of tho poople of tho county will atwith Eotueduo ot identical name. known until Evans In Baltimore American. Tho motor worked 'with tend as possible. again. v. to-daFnr-rcmhli-iK of uis-vellde-'la- ld Sergt. Andrew Caraffbell won In a fight with death, with tho chances a million to one against him, whllo flying with the LaFayetto squadrllla yesterday afternoon. Tho lower loft wing of his airplane broke off when ho was soaring a mile high. Only his comnleto presenco of mind and coolness saved him. Campbell threw all tho contros on tho other side and volplaned some distance In order to detach the floating remnants of the broken wing which were beating against tho body- tho mnchlno and threatened 10 locnto ovcrythlng. Then, when ho had succeeded in this maneuver he slowly on the remaining wing into a beet field without Injury to himself. Tho slightest turn In the air would have meant death. French Front July fl. MANY PRISONERS VILLAGES AND EQUALS $75 PKR MONTH, SIGNS! ENT MAY HE MADK, GUNS CAPTURED IN . U. SJ'ORWARD. GAMCIA. Si -' u7ross belly-achin- m Chomln-des-Dame- s. ,. ." J u""'' to-da- y, ... bu-.u- -- .... 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Bargains at the Sale price of itW-Somm- SaJe price rf Ba.si at the 'L' er J(W-St!asr '.-- . $3.98 i $2.98 $2.28 $1.48 78c 40c i 40c $1.00 $1.45 I $2.45 4uC r s LADIES : AND ' -- ln'&f&, iAttl-itttmst- &i iAfi-ntttiti- ii: ydf-J-i :.ta?AP.. ? $ A".v.titttttr xmA &Ut V; Mft' t',iM-itM- Ysy'n tr Klpfr ttttpp-rmT'u- u pric's Tam w! . . iiA-hurrtwt- ftete price.'. pritat yH, --W '. J ', Him' 'ml S'Sm-M- . luif 'mA Mia-HuHij- Hits KHpism UuUt 4.W . 0(M 'M At At MM MM i S SAu' ;tftd ins 1: u:. h;y Ttim ;ml prion. .-. . . f,'.h Mm' M t'ki' ftttMMM? H.l AJ ftW btt (t ,.,,,,. COAT UIT, vOl W r jf8 i J0 )"'" MnM tssiM. Vi M'rti'K ami lUytt Kllpt idUi-riutnm- 'sr fA:o:k. W 'i i '. Hakt pticn Tn aiwl $4.98 $3.48 $2.48 $1.98 $1.28 Sin Sk-rt- Sale price 125 Dr6s. 3t quality materials. Mid- i fl 4 Summer Sale price J 1111 LADIES' AND MISSES' BLOUSES. BkMtces, made of Al quality materials. M Saie price 4UC 5 IikHse, made of Al quality materials. fl 4 Sale price SeiBJEHrr c 5 ksi quaHty'uiaterials. CHILDREN'S DRESSES. Mid- - SILK SPECIAL. 1.50 Silk; best qauilty. Mid-Summ- er il.UU (f4 np-- Sale price 11.00 Silk; lMt quality. Sale price 1.00 Volte Jj t! Mid-Summ- er . flfl JJjjQ 8 -- VOILS AND STRIPES. 2PORT GOODS. '-- U $t Hjxjrt Drum (loaA and and Stripes; best quality. Summer Sale price 50c Voils and Stripes; best quality. Summer Sale price LAWNS. 25c Mid- Mid- - XQ A o O uOC A , t r f4 t(1J ISW iMitU' iUmt MW or llKl-rjfl- - Ma Ait - liMfttir Hli! jrJ""f r Itr1to lftl liartJ' tU$kl HuH at fH0 'Jr;.'J' MJ4 Hiiiimiff tint 'Mil H"' Mi'i MfiK.Ki'-- 'i'iO mAi' Ml.ll4 '''! "k (''' j")"- (71 ) O.jO f QQ U.OO O.nrO O AQ T7 QP ijirl (hurt ., ','.7,i HporJ (JorxJ '.:,,ut HMrlx Wfiini Htrfii-,ivm ,rU:d 50o 25c 51.98 OrE LOT OF BLUE AND VHITE STRIPED SILK. 25 fill"! ?r,r lilui: d nni'K- Mji (T"1 - Silk. Mld-HliMiii- ur J) Hal'- - .Vll ;'.'Uiiiii' l 'dlf iin $16.98 and Whit Huh- - Striped Hllk. $1.00 50c Supply your needs at the Mid- Summer Sale price 12 Lawn. Supply your needs at the Mid- Summer Sale price 10c Lawn. Supply your needs at the Mid- Summer Sale price l-- fjC q 8 2c 4 I ( HP KP yy ONE LOT OF WHITE GOODS 25c values . 18c i 2 Ladies' Ties and Collars! A Wc havo iiomo Ladio's nico Hats loft over this season. You can buy you a Now Hat at loss than half price. Don't fail to see our Hats. 2 Silk Coat Suits- -2 8 o OMlJIfl'lM of llWH'.llflll'llMK al It.WltH'J jtHt'lUm, UiIm pHre. MfiJc . . l;;: Ytni Hlis '.ifuj Homombor tho date, forget not the place, and bo here and you will be ftlad. (Inmii with bin oxpoctations and you will not bo at all disappointed. 3 ftOi. 't,Uv. Tiw, IIiIh wil .. . ('nUu, HiiIIiim, lltlx ntilf HiIm 1 Tilili Hiln COOPER BROS., -- Beaver Dam, Ky. Two extra nico Tnlletn Silk Coat Suits, ono bhrilc mwi mm bluo. Tho real bargains of the Bale, l.oolc at tite price. inid-Kumm- $16.98 XHWWK'WWW' 00O0OOO00CCXXXX3O0OOOX)0O00O0OO000(X5O00O0CKXXX J& QQGW0G&SQQQQfXXMQQQQ&XW ON THE TRAIL 1 NOTICE! BUY YOUR ' IN GLACIER baby teeth which aro, nevertheless pickesf enormous aro occasionally up by circus men among tho fodder nnd preserved as curiosities. Our Dumb Anlamls. Iluslncis Scholarship. We have for sale, a scholarship, good for a complete courso In either Dookkceplng nnd Accounting or Stenographers Courso In the Owens-bor- o Duslness & Industrial College. For particulars apply at Republican office. B$K5vVsVCvVCsVS Cry for Fletcher's DDPAHT.MKNT OF Till: INTKItlOK IIUILDINC: HIIKLTKIl (WHINS AT HANDY PLACKS. iV'NviJN5SSXs The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over over 30 years, has borne the signature of and has been made under his pcr- sonal suPervlslon since Its infancy. ytarys. Allow n0 one t0 deceive you jn thls All Counterfeits, Imitations and " d are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. FOR TRAVELERS NEEDS t tf STRAW HAT 4 FROM Hub Clothing Co. HARTFORD, KY. SSSSSSSSSSSSS C gether, and tho last days, when tho PLAN TO DESTROY end was" near, tho little girl had asked them all to take care of hor pet when TRAFFIC ON LAKES sho was gone. They had all prom-Ice- d and meant to be faithful. When they returned from tho funeral they searched for the cat, but she was IM.OTTKJIS SKKKIXO TO DKI-Aabout. Two weeks of violent v. s. oiK2.xi7..vrio or storms folowed, at tho end of which .kmii:s. a visit was made to tho graveyard. Hero they found tho faithful little cat, half buried by tho snow, dead Washington, July 3. Secret My by Government agents across tho grave of the child. great father liked to add to his story, has disclosed the existence of a conspiracy to destroy or hinder ship- "They are llttlo strangers, the cats; ping on the Great Lakes, and there- wo must get a better acquaintance by delay organization of American wit them." 4 war armies and check tho How of food and munitions material from the Western States to tho Atlantic FOR FLETCHER'S Coast. have been capNo conspirators tured and tho identity of none has liee-mado public, but It was learned lli:i.(il..S KKXT TO PltlSON Till-:,- . HON 1J C2KKMANS yesterday that tho State, Navy and Justice Departments are Amsterdam, July 2. News reto bring tho offenders to punishment and that the Canadian Government ceived .hero from Germany says that probably, will be called upon to help. an extraordinary war trlbual has senThis plot, engineered by Germans been instituted nnd began by by sympathizing American tencing two Uelglan laborers to llvo assisted citizens, is believed to have been re- nrd three years penal servitude for sponsible for the succession of acci- treason. Another workman received fedents to lake shipping, especially in six : ears and several male and tho nelghbgrhood of tho Sault Ste male workers Imprisonment for from Marie Canal, which began about :i two to eight months. mm month ago. The steamers Sasonla Catt-- e of Despondency. were sunk at and Pentecost Mitchell Despondency is often caused by intho mouth of tho Soo Klvcr with tho nnd was the kinking digestion aud constipation, clmunel. Then there Chamberof the steamer Venetian Maid In the quickly disappears when tnb-let- s Detroit Klvcr with tho loss of ono lain's Tablets are taken. These strengthen the, digestion and life, and later came an attempt to m dynamite tho steamer Mackinac. The move the bowels. Kaaga II. was blown up and bnrncl Dogs Guard the Children. and the Jay Dee III. and the Niagara Police dogs ns life guards may had their machinery wrecked. common soon, says the MinneaAll of these vessels had been or over by tho polis Journal. Tho other day, when vore about to be taken Navy Department, and tho Investi- the children of Mr. and Mrs. John S. gations of the Department of Justice Plilpps dashed into tho surf at Palm and tho Navy Department have tend- Hcach.they were accompanied by two ed to tho conclusion that what were lurgo police dogs. Tho children swam about, the dogs believed to have been accidents wcro acts of conspirators seeking to swimming nlongsido of them ns tho In thoir gunrdlons. Tho dogs had been trainhamper tho Government ed ns llfo guards, and amazed tho prosecution of tho war. spectators by their skill and fidelity. Just how much tho Government The children, who are expert swimagents have learned is not revealed, hnvp concluded thnt th mers, played nt being In distress. but ofllclal" public should know of tho situation Whichever way tlioy swam the dogs way, believing that were right besldo them. Mr. Plilpps In n general publicity may mako tho operations had them trained to swim close to a of tho Germans moro dtlltcult or Im- child In ditllculty, offering their sturdy backs as supports. possible. of tho Canadian auSprains And Strains Relieved. thorities Is needed to run down tho Sloan's Liniment quickly tnkes the criminals becauso tho sceno of their most part lies with- pain out of strains, sprains, bruises nctivltles for tho A clean, wnters, and nil musclo soreness. in tho northern boundary fugitives from Justlco often clear HqJd easily applied, It quickwhero can escapo arrest by crossing tho ly penetrates without rubbing. Sloan's Liniment does not stain tho skin or Hue. clog tho pores llko mussy plasters or For chronic rheumatic ointments. aches and pains, neuralgia, gout nnd FOR FLETCHER'S n remlumbago have this edy handy. For tho pains of grippe nnd following strumous work.lt gives A Cats Dcwitlou quick relief. A', nil druggists, 25 In Daupan county Pennsylvania, cents. 2 In n country burial place, thero is yet to bo sen ft child's grave. If you LiuscctI Oil. can read Uia inscription on tho btonu Thero Is much sulforlng endured you will learn that tho little grave by horsos In consequence of Ignoranco especially was nmdo moro than eighty jonrs ago of simple preventions, Uut what you will not seo nor may when camping out. It may bo of rend is that ninoug those who mourn- benellt to know that bofore turning ed for tho Httlo girl that was burled out homos into tho open, they would thoro bo long ago was ono whoso ho much less liable to take chills If grief was such that it led her to coma thoir backs nnd hind quarters wore twelvo miles ucross tlte mows and well rubed (groused) with linseed through tho bitter cold to lay down oil, before they were exposod to the her own 'little llfo upon that grave. weather, so statoa an Englibh , Just a llttlo house cut. The dead girl was my father's sister, and so muny times when somo ono would speak, ill of a cut or say, "The cat loves the home nut, the individual," I hav.o heard Ultu my, "No For Infants and Children you are wrong, they lova so well that In Use For Years' they die of it." Alwuys btitra Then he would tell ef this eat, the for her Signature of fA Wl tall how his sister had cat tmd how they had beeji always to re Children Cry CASTO RIA bo-co- pUTS ItlffilSTIlATIO.Y DAY PAY; IS FIKKII (iuiislght IjiUc Cabin t'pon n Spot Where n Former Chalet Had Two Albany, July 7. Lnck of patriot i:rltlng Adventures. ism or rather an nttempt to capitalize it, has proven an expensive and humiliating proposition for an Wanderers over tho magnificently City 'Clerk. Tho City Clerk Involvscenic trails of Glacier National Park ed was tho only one In tho State who this summer will find their travel claimed tho Federal compensation cased by the new shelter cabins under of $7.50 for his day's work in conconstruction by tho National Park nection with the Federal registration Service, Department of the Interior. on June 5. The Adjutant' General's office was Instead of camping In tho open, tho hiker nnd trail rider will find at advised today that the man In quesconvenient intervals picturesque log' tion has been reduced from his pocabins awaiting them. Here they will sition as City Clerk to Janitor of the find shelter from storm and wind. City Hall by the authorities as a reTho cabins are equipped with tables, sult of his claiming Undo Sam's chairs, and a satisfactory cook stove money for performing the patriotic provided with largo pots and pans servlco which wus rendered by every of tho sort thnt Is inconvenient to other City Clerk without compensation. lug around. v Thero will be two of these cabins A Grateful Dog. on tho celebrated Gunslght Trail, the Tho Scotch collie Is ono of the routo over tho Continental Divide Lake McDcrmott on tho cast most sagacious of our highly-bre- d nnd Lake McDonald on the west. One dogs. "As I walked across the collof these is located just south of Pic-gu- n ege campus today a beautiful young Pass, a natural resting and collie that belongs to ono of the proluncheon spot for travelers In both fessors met me and lifted a most directions. The other is at tho foot appealing look to me, as If to test of Gunslght Lake, with Gunslght me," writes Dr. II. D. Arbuckle In Pass outlined against the western Collio Folio. "Seeing that he was limping, I spoko In kindly tones, and sky. quick as a flash his splendid brush A Chalet With n History. This site has a picturesque history. waved his appreciation, and with a A chalet camp was originally built trustfulness rare to see ho turned thero several years ago by tho comp- back to mo and held up his lame foot any operating tho east side hotels. as If to seo if my friendly tone and Long after the close of the first seas- manner were genuine. I stopped to on and Just before hibernating time, offer help, and did all I could by exn big grizzly bear broke in and de- tracting a piece of glass, and treated voured everything catablo. He then him as I would ono of my own. He proceeded to smash into bits every- could not thank me enough for the thing In the chalet which was smash- kind turn, and- - now he is my friend able. Not n pieco of furniture was forever. He never passes mo by witlf-oa cordial greeting and a thank left undeniolished. The next season the hotel company you that Is as true as any word man refitted the chalet and took caro of could offer." the summer's business; but thnt following winter an enormous avalan-cl- thousand ri;i:kks PLKDGKD TO WAK AGAINST GKKMANY slipped down tho eastern slopes of Mount Jackson and demolished New York, July 10. A pledge to the entire structure ns completely as tho grizzly had previously "demolish- fight against "the common enemy of Germany," was taken by Uio world ed Its furniture. This discouraged tho hotel com- more than 1,000 Greeks who attend Thoy pany; tho chalet was not rebuilt. ed a mass meeting here But a resthouse was badly needed at were members of the League of this spot, so the Department of tho Greok Liberals of New York. A resolution was adopted conveyInterior is replacing the chalet with a shelter cabin. The materials for ing to President Wilson "our soldtho building of tho cabin arc con- iers determination to redeem our national pledges and to stand true veniently at hand. Another of tho shelter cabins will to our treaties by supporting with everything that we have and every bo found at Iceberg Lake, that wonder spot so near to Luke McDcrmott. thing that we are, Venizelos in his It will servo as tho luncheon kitchen enobling task to array the forces of mid resthouso for thousands who Greece against tho common foe." m trip from make tho amazing one-da- y McDcrmott to gaze upon its gigantic TEXAS I.KAGUKIt TIES WINNING-PITCHINMAHIv gorge, exploro Its mimic glacier, and d revel In its lake. Dallas, Tex., July 8. Pitcher Other shelter cabins will bo found James P. Conley, of the Dallas club In on tho Triple Divide and nt Itcd Eagle tho Texas League, tied the major Lake. leaguo record hold Jointly by Rube Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Marquard and Tim Keefe, when ho won his nineteenth consecutive game Itemcdy. Conley's seventeenth win was Now is tho time to buy a bottle of wliipll Till f n tin. lift tin. rim " til "w " this remedy so as to bo prepared In I" twenty-seve- n batsmen faced him. case av one of your family should have mi attack of colic or diarrhoea Conley pitched for tho Baltimore during tho summer months. It is Federal Leaguo team in 1914. worth , hundred times its cost when needed. in up-Sta- te en ut w .. berg-dottey. 6rjC&2rfaj- Just-as-goo- 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 age is its guarantee. For more than thirty vears it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation", Flatulency, , "Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural deep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. arising-therefrom- What is CASTORIA GENUINE CASTORIA the Signature of ALWAYS ytfears In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought THf CENTAUfl COMPANY, NEW YORK CITY, Starck Pianos On HAVO' CDEC TDIJ.1 ou OWN HOME Wo will ship you a beautiful Starck Piano for 30 days' freo trial, In your home. No cash payment required. All we ask is that you will play upon, U30 the and test this piano for 30 days. If. at the end of that time, you do not tlnd Itever highest grade, sweetest toned and finest piano in every way, that you have that seen for the money, you aro at perfee liberty to send it back, and we will, In you, event, pay the freight both ways. X Vj Starclt Piano must make good with or mere is no saie. ii., t' P. A. STARCK No Money UMa"gNfBjj,i mia- - "ja TJsas I ff"!QBBtfMilTTlSvsf LowcstNet' I fl WSk resident tory Direct From Fnc ijisiiii "ogS;, "VrU. mZi' .. uhio rutc t iniHk IN YOUR Save $150.00 or Mora Easy Payments We ship direct to you from our factoT, prices that sue you upwards of ?150.00 in cfae coit of your piano. Wo gaarantio to furnish jou a better piano tor the money thin jou can You aro assured of receiving secure elsewhere. a satiilactory tweet toned durable high grade piano. est, easiest terms ever suggested by a piano manufacturer. These terms are arranged to suit your comenknee, and it is possible far jou to buy a piano for your borne, without misswg the money, . , You pay no cash down, but atter 30 diyi of trial, ou can begin payment on the low- OK. Yea ftisaranlaa 2nd-Hand Every Starck Tiano I guaranteed for 25 years. Thi iraarantee has back o! It cur 25 years of plane cxperier.ee, and the reputation ct an responsible piano house. Bargain! on ( 50 Freo rniisio Lessons a large number of slightly used pianos of M and sccond-lunstandard makes taken in exchange for new Starck Pianos Tho follow, end riayer-PIaroleg arc a few sample bargains: Weber .'$110.00 IVc lme constantly ban! Steinway Chlckericg Kimball To every jureliascr of Starck Pianoswc ghe free music lessons. In one of the best known schools in Chicago. These lessons you can take In your own home, by mail. This represents one year's free instruction. 02.00 90.00 95.00 195.00 bargain list. Starck Plaer-I'iano- s IM the best and most beautiful Plver PUsm cki tij "ou win tie market. with the many features of these wonderful Instruments, anj will be pleased with tha very low prices at which they can be secured. PlayrPimo Piano Book Frca Send today for-ou- r new beautifully illustrated plana book which gives you a largo amount of Information regarding pianos. This book will interest and please you. Write today. Starck Second-ban- Send for our latest complete P. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. 1313 Starck Bid)!., CHICAGO fiKKMAN OPKN CAMPAIGN ON SWF.DKS MRS. KiESd SICK SEVEN MONTHS You Can Be sL Whatever! I W Jk aT Jsaasal? Children Cry CASTO RIA well-know- ox-pe- rt. CASTO RIA 0vr30 V&a&ftk London, July 3. Gorman submarines have opened a campaign against tho Swedish merchant fleet Restored to Health by Lydia E. along tho Norwegian northern coast, Piukham's Vegetable Compound. according to an Exchnngo Telegraph dispatch from Copenhagen Aurora, 111. "For seven lone months Newspaper reports stnto that tour I Fullered from a female trouble, with vessels wero attacked and sunk aevero pains in my outside tho hlockndo zone, the back and sides until I became so weak I .crews being compelled to tako hastily could hardly walk to the lifeboats. from chair to chair, t nnd got so nervous Elephants' Curious Teeth. I would jump at tho slightest noise. Whoovor hits looked Inside an X was entirely unfit mouth has seen n strange to do my house-7orsight. Elephants havo no front I was giving up hope of ever beteeth, nnd they never eat flesh or nnr ing well, when my food that requires tearing npart sister asked Eight teeth uro all they have, two try Lydin E. l'inkhnm's Vegotublo mo to Comnbovo and twa bulow on each side, pound. I took six bottles and today I huge yellow molars ns wido ns a minis jam a healthy woman able to do my own hand. Ovor theso buy and fodder or? housework. I wish every Buffering woman woum try Lyuin a. finiuiam s shifted by tho quoordst, ugliest to Vegetable Compound, and find out for In tho whole nulmal kingdom, a themselves how good it is." Mrs. C.uu tonguo that is literally hung at both A. Kieso, ODdNorth Ave., Aurora, 111. The great numbar of unsolicited tesends, having no power of niovenuu timonials on file the Pinkham Laboxcept in tho middlo, where it shia, oratory, many of at which uro fiom Umo back and forth from the side, aniiitc: to time published by permliwlon, aro 's up against tie roof of the big uion.i proof of the valuo of Lydla E. Vogetable Compound, in tha like a wrinkled pink serpent, treatment of female illy. like human being, have two Every aUitw woman in the United sets of taath. Ta milk teeth, whtcii Stats 1 corUidiy inulx.: to wiitd to ate smaller than, tk perwauet't mol- tha Lydla E. Plnkhim :,UJldtw Co. i (eoefidaatlsl), Lyw, Mr.. ars fall' wit, wheu th animals aro aavfeth It is fiw, will bring forpcltt you health TIk-sabout fouiteen years' old. V to-dayes-terd- Ymi Wiirit Tn Ra X VW f T V? tiM t t t You can bo a success, and a big success, if you have 's k, t I AMBITION, ERERGY, NERVE. The road to success is easy if you are properly prepared. A Business Education is the chief requisite for preparedness. Tho big men of-- today almost with- out exception are the men who prepared yesterday. Wo prepare you for the position that are waiting for the prepared man 01 wonian. School ji session tho entire year. Pupils may enter at any time and receive proper ujusauiuuiimi. J t J j ' Pink-ham- Hill ) " is If (Incorporated) i OWENSBOnO, KY. o t l $$' "JTMt ) Law b vmMgmmujyHMtwMLmuuiuu waH'jmmi.'iM aiHMwmgi. .mmhwhi.MMMNU "J1" "MJ'i JW1 TpspfWifP"PPiPWWi'? I ? nai are me on snoois ot periecuy born in a log cabin. Kood $4.00 per bushel stocky after 41 ' --After holding up tho food control couldn't pay even ns much as two bits bill for weeks in tho Senate the 41 rorh Per 4 pecks, because there Is abso- prohibitionist agitators have con- 41 "ely no demand for spuds. sented that a vote on the measure be 4S 41 ' taken July 21. 41 :TZTaZVoTm recede no Tn closing hour was a fitting Howard Hills says ho bought two 41 CANDIDATES CERTIFIER. 41 u.ntiuu 'climax. $785 was raised In good or three shirts the other day and "", pledges in that hour from Russell- - whe be got them at wholesale, he . , mi.. Mnrr i.vno had to take them to a local house I, W. C. Blankenshlp. Clerk of tho :sa 'n...a .I...... Cvtxci"crla.ii. ..... missionary from nussellvlllo and havo them put thru the retail Ohio County Court, do hereby certiFarm.::' lvivjiai... ....... ... ... s 'as he could wear fy that the following is n correct list church to China. Bro. Cliff Maddox department before for tnem win. any son oi sausiacuon io 'of the names of the candidates and 41 gave himself of Beaver Dam JUIiV 13 foreign mission work at that hour. himself. the order in which they will appear 41 Fill DAY, i on tho official ballot at the Primary 41 Our old friend J. H. Thomas was Election to be held on August 4th, 41 nnCKXT GKA" ' At the present writing it looks like .J.VnusY ()NK an Interested spectator at tho County 1917. 41 ' the Chinese Republicans were going j Clerk's Oillcc last Tuesday when CO 41 DEMOCRATIC TICKET. to, or had taken a queue from Chang j 41 recfint scg. or more candidates gathered there to Grand "SUn. the official 41 1.i. TUlUIltCU EC In.llMmonlo tnr- fn.- draw for positions on says on the L1U11 juiii.kii.;..ia v ..41 Primary ballot. Jawn rlnii. offpnsps. ns follows: , A lot of these highest ,. w. .iii.- - night following he kept an account 41 salaried, CIV......B fUl BUlllllb lltUUI, 41 yearly Movio Actors and Actress' or me umereni oi neM iut(j a ra,nor j for glvlng 41 Btipends, under the Jatest Income nrocurinc lin- - caught until the number was about 41 tax law aro due to take a tumble. nor for another. 1; for having liquor 23. then he either fell asleep or lost 41 'i- fnr.ai s- fnr .iiRtnrii- - out In the count, hes not certain 41 ' I wonder If the dry spell of weathfjjr ca dead,y whlch lt was. . . . 41 er that has been making our garden REPRESENTATIVE, OHIO CO. 41 fjr ,nurlng propertJ. o Almost all of the colored women trucKtwist and fire up so much re- - Bnoth 41 J. F. PHILLIPS, 1; for petlt iarceny, 1; for cently, is due to German intrigue and tnls sectIon carr' Insurance vary- 41 J. R. WELLER. ,awfuly prcscrbing morphine. 1; ' 41 ing' in amount from $25 to 75. In Plots? for carnally knowing a female against gen- 4 JUDGE OHIO COUNTV COURT. lller wll, 2; carnally knowing a fe- - case of death the proceeds are 41 A We can't quite understand just m S. MAW "knowing a female erally used to bury the Insured. .S. carnally 41 ono colored why the Chinese would wish to start L. B. TICHENOR. j. house- - ,ocal agent approached who wouldn't un(er lc years of 41 a war within their ancient precincts ;break,ngi , . false swearing.' 1; Infant dy the other day 41 when they could go over to Europe cnil(i desertlon( 6; shooting at anoth- - consider taking more than a $25 JAILER OHIO COUNTY. ? .. says the first . kl she policy. Why? and get enough to satisfy, tho they u ln B. B.- COLLINS. 1: f 41 be hard to please. " lhc undertaker does when you 41 LONEY MINTON. insulting language, 1. -- "" s lo ,UUK " ""' ,u" 41 " NEWTON R. BAIZE. made a very Jury The Grand Congress could save much valuable lengthy report to the court which you've got a $25 policy you may get 41 J. L. COLYER. . n 41 i --time by interning a few of the most we are unaoie to reproauce, owing - 99i rnflln nnd If It linnnpns to lip 41 rabid of the raving Prohibitionists Uo lack of space. No other Grand a 550 or $75 policy you Just get the JUSTICE OK THE PEACE. 41 and Wets, in short, during these Jury.f perhaps investigated so many samo tl,lnS any way, so what's the Sulphur Springs Magisterial Dis- 41 we near bo cages an(J returned in strenuous times wnen uiuereiice.one week's trict, No. C. 41 mucn auout conservation tney ougni Ume s0 many lndlctments, as the one ALBERT COX. 41 French Liner Is Hunk. t0 be "canned." 41 recently empaneled, which In a very J. L. SMITH. Paris, July 10. Tho French liner lnrpp mpnsure was due to the ad- Magisterial Fordsville District 41 Judge Kenesaw Mountain Landis vance preparation and marshaling of Caledonian was sunk by a mine or No. 7. 41 41 is making the slackers live hard in tne factg connected with the various" torpedo in the Mediterranean Juno T. A. EVANS. 41 his Bailiwick. Of 121 tried in one caseg by the County and Common- - 30 according to an announcement CLIFTON SHOWN. 41 issued last night by the Ministry of day recently he gave 117 one year weaitn'S Attorneys. I. H. KEOWN. 41 persons were sav- Marine. Fifty-on- e and a day at hard labor. That ought 41 ed. fellows a CHINESE MO.VAKCHV" to. thin out the HEPURLICAN TICKET. 41 bit in Freeport, 111. APPEARS DOOMED 41 "-- " one by Missionary J. L. Hart from Argentina on Tuesday morning. The most restful speaker and tho p.ntfi ncrordine to lw at tb Pontomw. i. ono wn0 attracted tho largest hcar- Uartlord. Ky.. an mall mattr ol tti necond (ng wflg w y miey, D. D of Mln- eUtt, ' neapons. ua ne sjiuku mm tim i.nnl's return and kindred thelites TINSLEY, Editor & Kus. Mgr. IF. S. The Twilight Services, conducted Pn.tnr IT. n. Taylor. Murray. Ky.. t0 were earnest and forceful nnd contrl- Address all communications ne Hartford Republican. Ibuted largely to tho great missionary climax of the Assdmbly. NOTICETO SUBSCRIBERS Of the work of Dr. J. W. Porter. wnt tii tw n W. D. Powell, Sec. N. T. Dames, ialcribT lilrlii(C the t odriaanpiT.ttioMoi(Jr-slDinaiinptFa)son nixon, Mrs. Janle M lite and Sc Creo Bose and Miss .Mary L,jnc we " nn" I need not speak because they are all ObiuariH-- . Kwointion. and Card ot Tbnk.5c wen" known In Kentucky, dur sweet -. lve, mon-- y in ..drim.singer, Bro. David M." Hughes, de- Chore. Nolle lor rlcm frw. bat other Hartford Republican. STRAY STREAKS. (By Fluke McFluke.) suited In the removal of Foreign Minister Zimmerman and Minister of the Interior Hclffrich. - tjir Miss Blllle Smith says she spent a United Slates he of Bernstorff. month In Akron, Ohio, last week and odious memory, will probably sucwhile there slept 45 nights In an up-',- ,. ceed Zimmerman in the derrnan rlGht position, as standing room only Foreign office. was to he had. Gen. Kornlioft, the Russian Genwlth 8,,nmo l Iook m' lfe' eral who Is making a sensational Irish Cobblers In tho eyes, the rame drive on the eastern war front, was Former German Minister to the f Summer Piece Goods I 41 41 41 oh h " ?: ? For '' m-- r.L. Full Dresses, Waists Skirts and CoolXomfort- able Underwear greal variety of white goods & l l it" cf I c j A j , . ... ....! Wat U in Voils. Organdies, Dimities, Ba- $ tistes, Gaberdines, Beech Clothe S riques, inaia linens anu iviiiens. Printed and Woven Wash Goods in all the new sport effects. In J- - ofr-- - ... ., - ,,. - nn. ... - i ... '-- "- - -- - , stripes A big figures, as well as efnovel and staple every-da- y fects, suitable for all purposes. The price range from 10c per yd. up to 50c per yd. Will fully meet your requirements and give you an excellent value for the price you want to pay. If you prefer to buy your Waists, Skirts and House Dresses already made, we can furnish an assortment that will fully meet with your approval. This store is the family store, and makes an effort to meet all your demands. t & & f & o & J S o t h c hk J f 0 f i J ? f & i f 0 anti-dra- ft ROILED DOWN. And Kermit, "one of my other sont." has been attached to the Brit- ish Army and goes to Asia Minor, to help fight the Turks. It makes no difference as to what you may say or tinnit either tor or against these Roosevelts, wo must all agree that tney are patriotic scrappers, X. t ping, m.. nr.i -- I I n hn.,j n tiiot riimciinn Tmnns closlnc all saloons within two miles from Kalgan, a province in Chi LI, of an army cantonment will close DON'T .JOCKEY. have been placed in position to cut 'ono fifth of Louisville's saloons. Tho cindidates have met al'J:off Gen. Chang. Hsun's retreat to- The Commissioner of Agriculture fl'.awn for positron upon the official j wari tho northwest. Heavy engage- JUDGE OHIO COUNTY COURT. reports the corn crop the largest in primary election bhllot, each of y.vj ' mcnt8 are expected R. B. MARTIN. .know exactly where you will be Bombs were again dropped on the tho history of the country, and es It. R. WEDDING. lotaled, with refercifce to the ballot. 'jnjperjai paiace by an airplane of tho tlmates tho grain crop will exceed MACK COOK. It behooves every one ., of you to 'publicans. Foreign reinforcements jtnat oi last, year uy one uiiuon ousn- S. ,L. STEVENS. . .. . .. iiusiK- irom now .....ii me i.... jhy, jjave arrived. I els. unui lasi WINSON SMITH. but in hurtling, be extremely carfcfu) j A reward 0f $100,000 has been' J. A. BELLAMY. you uo, wnai you suj im: piaced on Chang Hsuan, Tho Presldnt has issud a procla' o: dead or mation effective August 5th, drafting how you pay it. It is the bound'n ailve. CLERK OHIO COUNTY COURT. duty of every single individual to, Tlanc chief counsellor tho State Guards into the army of L. H. CONDIT. conduct his campaign in such it man- - of Tuan chi Jul leader of the re- - tho United States, after which ho W. C. BLANKENSHIP. ner as to be able, by the grace of a plll)1can forcegi says thoro is no will have authority to send them out M. F. CHUMLEY. clear conscience, to approach his op- -' questqn of any compromlso with of the country. ponent at the close of business on C1)nng nUSan, as tho republicans are - SHERIFF OHIO COUNTY. August tho 4th , next and truthfully dct0rmined finally to overthrow him. I Allies airmen dropped bombs dn G. A. RALPH. state that I have fought a CLEAN Tuan Cn jnit interviewed at Tien the Krupp gun works at Ebsen and S. A. BRATCHER. fight. A candidate who can't do this Tsin i8 ontimjstlc. Ho believes the tle&trojed one third of the pjant. G. P. JONES. docs not deserve tho nomination, and imperialist movement will collapse of the war of The recent if nominated may not bo elected No n tno next twenty-fou- r hours. SUPERINTENDENT SCHOOLS , man has a moral right to Jeopardize the Russian nrmy caught the central 9 OHIO COUNTY. powers napping and more than thirty tho interest of the party to which hoi Mown Out Ills Brains, E. S. HOWARD. and Aubtralns any sort of belongs by pursuing Madihonville, Ky., July 10. John thousand Germans MRS. I. S. MASON. course or engaging In tactics other d. Peyton, aged forty-twcommitted havo been captured. It sulcido tills morning at his homo than of the highest character. JAILER OHIO COUNTY. Hetta Green's son, Edward, who is makes but little difference with the hero by blowing outh Is brains with; J. W. DUVALL. by inherlt-part- y, lurgor part of tho voters within any a pistol. Ho was missed from hl3 fifty times a millionaire CHARLEY JOHNSON. married Miss Mabel Harlow of when tho defeat of a candidate uod by his wife. A search was M. C. SCHROADER. is considered from a personal view- -' Htltutcd and tho dead man was found Chicago. C. A. SMITH. point, tho main point Is tho sacrifice jtl an outhouso. The deceased Is sur-o- f P. M. BROWN. rd- Gorman internal dissensions tho office or position to the .other vlved by a wife and six children, ELMER E. TINSLEY. party, the party not of the choir-WORTH TICHENOR. jiuiiiaiiH in iiiu iiiujuriiy, mui la mu BOSTON BUTLER. FOOD CONSERVATION PLEDGE. thiug whlcli hurts most. Hustle, win S. A. LEE. if you can, your friends desire It, J. T. WEDDING. ' what's more, they expect it, but be To tho Food Administrator, J. W. PERRY. Washington, D. C. cleun, don't Jockey. you In tho Sorvico of food consevatlon for our Nation I am glad to Join JUSTICE OK THE PEACE. and I hereby accept membership In tho United States Food AdministraTHE WEST KENTUCKY District Beaver Dam Magisterial myself to carry out tho directions and advice of tho Food RAPTIKT ASSEMBLY tion, pledging No. 2. Administrator In tho conduct of my household, Insofar as my circumstanS. W. LEACH. Tho ninth annual meeting of the ces permit. SAM L. STEVENS. Namo . . . , AVcbI Kentucky Baptist Assembly, E. W. JACKSON. ha RuEscllvllle, Ky., Juno Roslno Magisterial "District No. 5. Address Vassed Into history, lt Is pronounced ' M. B. CROWDER. tho greatest In tho history yf that W. C. DAUGHERTY. cook? . . . Do you employ a body. Its outstanding features wore Number In Household J. N. LOGSDON. theso: . TOM COX. The class work of J. L. Hill, Arthur Occupation of Breadwinner S. L. ST. CLAIR. Flako and H. L. Strickland w.ib not Sulphur Springs Magisterial Disonly of tho lilghest type, but so grip- Will you tako part In authorized nelghborhod movements trict No. C. ped tho folks that all of thorn havo J. A. HOLING. been asked to be with us again next for food conservation? W. S. DEAN. thoughtful jcar. Two of tho most Magisterial District Fordsvlllo Food Admliistratlon wishes Thero nro no fees or dues to bo paid. The udtlrohPiw of tho Assonibly were those No. 7. (loo. E. Horr, Newton Centre, to huvo as members all of those actually handling food In tho homo. of Dr. B. F. RICE. Directions Muss., on "Mlnlfateilul Education" 11. C. J. G. WITHERS. your pledgo card to tho Food Administrator, Washington, Tiio JInll and "Tho War situation." Bartlett Magisterial District No. 8. of 1)r. J. L. Vippuriiiuh, Co- - and you will receive FREE your tlrst Instructions and a household tag to J. H. DANIEL. MImi., uoro profound ami! bo hung in your window. liimbus, H. 0. RHOADS. your pledge card and a return addressed thouKht-piovoklnUpon receipt of ten cents with Attest, W.,C. BLANKENSHIP. wow TJi adilrww onvalopo, tho ollloial button of tho Administration, and if doslrod, tho C. O. C. C. of the AMciully probsbly v.us the nUJuld iuslt'iito of the Food Administration will ulso bo sent you. . -.. ; chl-Chao. ' re-ento, . ce n,i. Tcn Luther Burbank announces the yun MjHtury Governor of Chi LI, 1st discovery of a new yarlty af wheat a few miles of the city, land claims it will double the world's now wnlle tno forces of Gen. Chuan Chi- - leld of that grain. Kwein are a few miles southeast of An order of the war department tho capital. Heavy artillery fire can r-- July '..,,. 10, via Tien Tsin. 2999?9V9r499ZW9999WrW REPRESENTATIVE. WILLIAM L. LAWLACE. L. L. EMBREY. J. D. HILL. 41 41 41 41 41 41 E. P. BARNES & BRO. i l i f Beaver Dam, Ky. i Monterey County Needs Cinnrl Parmoi-- c Notwithstnndind tho fact thnt Monterey produces millions of dollars worth of potatoes, sugar beets, apples, peaches, barley, alfalfa, dairy products, livestock, etc., there is much land that only needs farmers nnd Bottlers to make it moro intensively proThis is a rich coast county with a mild even climate. YOU CAN SEE THIS COUNTRY WITHOUT LEAVING HOME ductive. We havo issued a beautifully Illustrated booklet telling of Monterey County, and the opportunities thoro for YOU. Send us ten cents for this booklet nnd a samplo copy of Sunset Magazine the 9110 big National Magazine telling of tho life and development of tho West. Addres?, SUNSET MAGAZINE SERVICE HUREAU, SAN FRANCISCO t t i : : I : -f- c , 20-2- 7, - iitwrt-MNtrebli- ig MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. ty owned by tho Hartford Republican, and now being used by said company, together with all notes and accounts Ohio Circuit Court. Rowoll Printers' Supply Co., ct al., bolonging to the estate of C. M. Plaintiffs, Barnett, deceased, together with tho subscription list of said paper, and vs. Notice. tho good will of the business. W. S. Tinsley, et al., Dofondant. 3rd A certain lot In tho city ot Pursuant to Judgment and order of bale entered at tho July term, 1917, Hartford, Ohio County Kentucky, for the purpose of paying tho various bounded as follows: Beginning at tho Intersection of Judgments sot out In the Judgment filed in tho nhovo styled action, and Union and Mulberry Streets; thence for tho purpose of paying all cost, I with Mulberry Sticot 104 feet and will offer ror sale at puunc auction to 10 Indies to the lot now owned by J. tho highest and best bidder nt tho Ham Barnes; thenco nt right angles court houso door in Hartford, Ky., 101 feet with his lino to tho Morton on Monday, August G, 1917, at about property; thenco at right angles with tho hour of ono o'clockp. m., upon a n lino of said lot 104 feet and 10 credit of 6 011(12 months, tho fol- Inches to Union Street; thence With t: Union Street 101 feet to tho boglu- lowing described proporty llnotypo or .nlug. 1st Ono typo casting machlno of the manu- I Being a portion ot lot conveyed to facture of tho Morgenthalor Llnotypo Hartford Lodge No. C7B F. & A. M. Company, bearing namo "Linotype," and recorded In Book M, pago C41, known as Llnotypo Model 5 No. Ohio County Clerk's olilco and to C. M. Barnett by W, II. Babcock Moore, J. P. Sandorfur and J. C. Ilor, Ono standard 2nd cylinder press, 12 by 18 Chandlor & trustees for the said F. & A. M. Prlco job press; ono 8 by 12 Chandler Lodgo by deed recorded In deed book & Prico press; ono SO Inch Chandler 35, pago 402, Ohio County Court & Prlco paper cutter; ono four horso Clork's office powor Fairbanks & Morso gasoline ' Tho purchaser wHr be required to engine; ono 2 horso powor Fairbanks exocuto bond wltlvjnpprovcd security & Morso gasollno engine; ono ecllpso imincdiatoiy auer saio, anu n ueu bond folding muchlno; ono Boston stapler; will bo retained until each ono Mosler flro proof safo; and all oxecutcd Is paid In full. Given undor my hand, this tho 12th typo cases and other material belonging to tho p'rlntery, of tho Hart- day of July, 1917. OTTO C. MARTIN, ford Republican, nnd any other propMastor Commissioner. orty belonging to said ihtrtford Retypo Glenn & Siminerman, Ernest as oirico llxturus, publican, machines, and any other propor Woodawrd, M. L. Heavrln, Attorneys." to-wltwo-letter con-voy2. . TURNIP HEED may bo had by knocking him from his horse andAfw 4 wagon ran over his body. calling on W. E. ELLIS & BHO. A II Company, Third Regiment, 1 Miss Lettlo Bell, of Buford returned from a fow days stay at DaW-so- n tho recipient of a substanclal cash donation to the company funds and Springs, Wednesday. plentiful supplies of tobacco from tho Miss Hottlo Bllcy will return home "folkfl at home." One citizen of tho from Dawson Springs, Western Kentucky city sent a largo whero she lias been spending tho box of green (vegetables, which were past week. much appreciated b the men. LexMiss Helen Ilenfrow, little daught ington Leader. tty er of Dr. T. D. Renfrow, of Liver Mr, andMrs. ArthurV-Peof Our big July Clearing Sale has been, more, Is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Mln Henderson, arrived here Yost Friday nlo Kenfrow, for a visit to relatives and friends, . a big success. Only TWO DAYS in Miss Maymec Shown of near town, after arriving hero It devoloped that Mrs. Petty was suffering from an atwill attend the Canning Demonstrafor you to get merchandise tion at Bowling Green, during the tack of appendicitis, accompanied by heV mother, Mrs. W. T. Woodward next two weeks. absolutely can not be duplicated and Dr. J. W. Taylor, Mrs. Petty was Mrs. J. T. Davis and son, Master taken to Infirmary, the Norton Elmore D., spent a day or two with Louisville, the prices we are selling them. where she underwent a tho family of Mr. A. M. Uarnctt, the Micdv-r.sfoperation yesterday. first of the week. Mr. and Mrs."H. Ii. Lostetter and Mrs. W. W. Itllcy, returned homo Miss Alabcl Allen of Chicago, 111., Be-Wednesday, after a week's visit to Mr. and Mrs. Stanley H. Allen and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Tay- Infant son, of Lodlburg, Ky., are showlor, of Greenville. guests of Judge and Mrs. Jno. B. Will-N- ot Dan and John King, left here Mon- Wilson, members of a family reunion. day for Louisville, where they will Mr. and Mrs. Lostetter and Miss bo employed on tho Government Can- Allen, of Chicago, motored thru to Louisville, where they were met by tonment, being established there. John Allen Wilson, the party coming Take advantage of the two remainAll tho Ellto people, when In town leave their horses In care of A. J. to Hartford via., Mammoth Cave, ing days and you will never regret Williams, Cooper's old stand. Fewer where they stopped dver' to inspect flies and coolest stable in County. U2p Kentucky's greatest natural wonder. mm it. Our stock is in fine shape. ThouCapt. SoyerTof the Medical Corps, NINE PATRIOTS. 3rd., Inft., Ky. N. G., was here Tues Tho following Volunteers were ex sands of yards of Short Lengths, day night and Wednesday morning amined here on last Wednesday by to examine recruits for Co. H. Capt. Soyer and passed as recruits Ginghams, Voiles, Lawns, Organdies, Cooper and little to Co. II: Mrs. E."W. daughter. Ann, of Nashlvlle, Tenn., James A. Tate, Charlie L. Tucker, etc. Just the kind for hot weather. are here for an extended vjslt to Mis Henry L. Whlttaker, Alfred Wheeler, Cooper b mother, Mrs. C. M. Barnott. Felix Stone, Elvis C. Funk, William Misses Arlie Thomas," Gladys Mas- Decker, General Hoover and Herman t?o Ralph, visited Morris.. All of the new recruits on and Ernestine Midkiff last jonled the Regiment at Lexington on Misses Vera and Tina week. 'Miss Tina accompanied the that date and are now learning the girls home. arts of being a soldier. McKenney, of Beaver Misses Ella NOTICE TO CREDITORS. home, and ' reDam and Winnie D. Simmerman, Keep your money City, returned from a two week's All persons havlng'clalms against IT PAYS TO TRADE visit to friends In Hanibal.Io., on member the estate of W. P. Hunley, deceased, Sunday. last are hereby notified to present same to WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU Mr. Thomas W. Acton, eighty sevsixty me properly proven, within en years old, died at his residence ' ' days from date hereof or they will be MONEY. near Sulphur Springs Sunday and forever barred. was buried in tho Midkiff burying N. G. HUNLEY, Admr., of Estate ground Monday. lt3p of W. P. HUNLEY, Deceased. rper ts. Ned-HaMr. and-Nand ' daughter and Mrs. Fannie Harper SINKS SEAPLANE ABOUT TO LAUNCH A TORPEDO France, of Danville, 111., spent SunX2TCOXlSsOXCA.TE33 day here, the guests of Mr. E. P. Thomas and family. London, July 10. The Commodore Miss Beatrice A. Haynes went to nt Lowestoft, says an official stateOwcnsboro on last Sunday to attend ment, reports that yesterday the Brittho funeral of her Aunt, Mrs. Mary ish armed trawler Iceland destroyed brought May, which occured at Rose Hill two enemy seaplanes and Cemetery on Monday. four prisoners into port. The two seaplanes destroyed wero Interesting exercises were held at LOST Lawyers Docket Book. $2 College Hall on last Thursday night out for tho purpose of torpedoing stroyed by fire early this morning, WOODWARD & KIRK. Howard. in connection with the presentation shipping, according to an Exchange causing a loss estimated at $175,000 BEADS ODDLY STRUNG. One of and resulting in the injury of two of Diplomas to S9' graduates of the Telegraph from Lowestoft. Cnsebier's Auto Livery Service, them cumo down to launch a torpedo persons, one of whom, Miss Meddle -- .. JULY 13 J.'ltlDAY Call by either Phone, Common Schools of Ohio County. unexcelled. destroyed by Massie, aged twenty-fiva nurse, is Miss Willye Smith7after sojourn- and was attacked and Beaver Dam. (By J. H. THOMAS.), rji-stho armed Jraw'ler. Tho other came believed to bo seriously hurt. ing a week or ten days in Akron, 1 II. & ST. Ii. R. K. TIME TABLE. Circuit Court appeared to bo about Ohio, to the rescue of tho first and likewise Patriotism is on tho wane in Ohio' returned to Hertford last Sun No. 113 due at Ellmltch 8:32 p. jn. over at press hour, but is certain to Business Opportunities. county. Only seventy-fou- r men and day and has resumed her position as was destroyed. No. 110 duo nt Ellmltch 7:30 a.m. adjourn WANTED Party wiyi $1,000.00 one woman have registered with tho? Official Reporter for the Ohio Circuit No. 112 Lr. Ellmltch .. 3:40 p.m. WOODMEN WILL KEEP UP to take active part In a permanent County Court Clerk their willingness; Mrs. W. C. Ambrose, of Beda, is Court. Ar. Irvlngton .. 6:36 p.m. ENLISTED MEN'S PREMIUMS business which will net you $2500.00 to serve their county as public offp.m. spending the present week with Prof. Henry Leach and son Hinton, Lv. Irvlngton ... 6:66 annually. Address C. F. Mfg., Co , icials. , left Wednesday morning for Bowie, Louisville . 7:40 p.m. friends and relatives here. Ar. Atlanta, Ga., July 11. The Wood 301 Building, Louis two or threeoveoks, visit men of tho World fraternal order Lv. Louisville .. 8:36 a.m. No. For lack of space we wero not able Texas, for a vllle, Ky.' The selective draft, dog days and . Ar. Irvlngton ..10:06 a. m. to" give an account of the proceedings to relatives. They will visit Marllu will pay premiums on fraternal life the primary are all upon us at once. Springs, Galveston and other points insurance policies of all members Lv. Irvlngton ...10:40 a.m. in Court, since last Friday. TAFFY, May the Lord be merciful. before returning. 1:04 p. m. y Ar. Ellmltch July, 10.- -- Rain is needed very who enlist, it was announced Wo carry a regular lino of reM., H. & E. II. IL TIME TABLE. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Marks, after by William A. Franer, sovereign badly. pairs for McCormlck and Doerlng Wo would respectively refer the trending a few days hero with Mr. commander, at tho opening of the Iouth Bound, No. 116 Rev. Shields preached for us SatW. E. ELLIS & BBO. Mowers. 8:46 a. m. Marks' mother and family, Mrs. T. Soveroign Camp's convention. About urday and delivered a powerful ser- Hartford Herald to the fact that the ' Duo at Hartrord Attorneys Walker "Wllklnd and S Marks left for Gafney, S. C, where 1,200 delegates from the United mon on the war question Sunday. Democratic party Is responsible for North Bound, No. 11 5:66 p. m. James Stroud, of Central City, atDue at Hartford Several of our boys left Hartford the employment at the public's exir. Marks has a position with tho S'tates and Canada are in attendance. y tended. Circuit Court hero last Mon- Southern Railway Co. (Both "Mixed Trains.) Guards bound for pense of a porter for the Court . day. When war demands cease and mill- Lexington whero they will be en- House. Mesdamcs M. J. Ross, J. II. B. Car now camped for a sliort tlmo. Mrs. Jesse Fuqun, left Wednesday son, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. C. Acton, Mr. ions of American; workmen, Mrs. Kato Funk livery sick with Tho fellows who wero expecting to for Detroit, Mich., whero she goes to and Mrs. M. T. Likens, Messrs T. H. profitably employed in filling war H. B. Beau attended the funeral orders, shall havo lost their jobs, nervous trouble brought about by her handle the campaign boodlo wero Join ner husband, who has a position and Personal News at Judge of Mr. T. W. Acton, near Sulphur then is when this country will feel son Elvis Funk going away with the grievously disappointed th ore. square-toe- d Stato Guards but on account tho need of n straight-ou- t, of tho Slack's charge A the grand jury. Springs, on hust, Monday. Sorgeant Howard Glenn, of Co. II Protective Tariff to prevent codnition of his mother he was al; 4i)d Sodal Mr. and Mrs. John Menders of I 3rd. Inft. Ky. N. O., has been assignforeign countries from dumping lowed to come homo for a fow days. It (s a pretty safe hot the present ed to duty with tho local Recrultiug Leltchfield, Mr. and Mrs. James Hangoods on tho American Mrs. Addle Hoover of Beaver Dam generation can pay tho expenses of cock, of Dukehurst, and Mr. Beatty Office. is tho guest of relatives at this place. the war, but can the next pay tho wero market. Hancock of Bowling Green, . Mrs. F. L. Felix will return to- guests of Mr. R. Marcolla tho little daughter of Mr. pensions. II. Gillespie and Seo Eck ltlal for Kindling Wood. Vegetables For Co. II. morrow from a week's visit to Mr. family, Saturday and Mrs. Hardin Leo Hoover Is very and. Sunday. In response to the proposition to low with stomach trouble. Seo Hartford Mill Co., for Lime, and Mrs. W. "B. Knlskcrn of Bards-'tow- n. "Ijnust go Into tho Clerk's oftlco Rev. B. W. Napier's" subject at forward a bunch of home grown 've and Cement. Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Funk of Fords- Tlaster morning service on next Sunday will getables to Co. H., friends of the Co. ville visited relatives hero from Fri- - and get my license" remarked a Ice Tea Glasses, Drinking Glasses, bo young man on the court house steps Mrs. AnnTo Sapp recently quali"Paul's Debt." A union service brought In about 45 gallons of beans, clay until Monday, Wator Pitchers, at prices that cannot fied as guardian of Wllllo Sapp. will bo held at night on saino date at & or i) uusncis or potatoes, s peeks oi Dr. Duff of Dundee was hero to see Monday afternoon, and the scoro of ho duplicated elesowhero. in to tho M. E. Church at which service beets, ono crate o'f cabbage, and Mrs. B. C. Rhoades Saturday. Sao is loungers who rubbernecked SISAL Binder Twine whllo it lasts, 2t2 S. ACTON BROS. learn who tho woman in the case was Rev. S. E. Harlan will deliver the smaller amounts of other truck. 18 cents per pound, at W. E. Ellis & improving. walked sheepishly out when tho Mrs. J. W. Jones and infant sermon. Whllo the amount received was Bro. yourg man called for a hunting licdaughter, of Murray, are visiting For Sale. Old Iron at75c 100-lb- s. perhaps smaller than expected, yet WANTED W. W. Hiloy, was tho guest of Mr: Mrs. Jones' mother, ense. Mrs. Laura One second hand 6 passenger auto. Rags at $1.76 per 100-lbs- ., Beef, it will help out some and-I- t Is more and. Mrs. C. L. Taylor, Greenville last Stovens. Horse and Mule Hides 16c lb., Gin- Mian certain to be appreciated very A bargain, if taken at once. Sunday.1 Remcber, boys, if tho country goes W. E. Ellis & Bro., havo throe seng, Yellow and Mayapple Root at highly by the Boys who are likely to NORVAL BROWN, bono dry you can't blame your uuelo FOR SALE Four young milk, Deerlng Mowers and Bakes left, market prices. McIIenry, Ky. he out of rer.ch ot home grown things lt4 Marso Henry with it. cow's with calves, CLAUDE KING, which will closo them out for tho to oat at not a very distant date. D. L, D. SANDERFUR, Hartford, Ky. BALD KNOB. season. Prices right. C2tt Beaver Dam, Ky. 61t5 Wo would bet forty dollars to four July 10. Mrs. J. A. Davis who has Elijah Thomas, after" visiting reFred May, after spending a few Mr.and "Mrs7A." R. Plummer and TAXPAYERS NOTICE. been visiting her daughter returned cents tho, poet who wrote "Many men Mrs. son, Master Neil, motored thru from mother, his in Hawesvlllo, for several days with latives ot many Minds" had at some tlmo Tax btllls for State and County homo last weok. days has returnod homo. Frank May, returned to his work at Evansville, Ind., to Centortown, on Mr. James Sandefur and daughter been a petit juror. last Saturday. Mr. Plummer" re- Levy for the year 1917 have been Ruth Edna and two sonsvTlnios Lee LIME Wo now havoon hand an Toccoa, Ga last Monday. , nmplo supply of barrel Lime. Coll on Mr. Shelby StevensriTstudoiJt In mained only a day or so, but Mrs. certified to mo tor collection, by tho nnd Pendleton Marlon spent last Sun-- . Tuesday afternoon Mutt Hunter Is Plummer and Nell will spend the proper authorities. Please call and ELLIS & 11U. W. E. ue. tho Louisvlllo College of Modicino get your receipt at the first oppor- day with her sister Mrs. W. T. Tay- called tho Shorlff and told him somebody had stole his other shirt. WithMrs. T. . Orutupton or N'hitesviHfi spending Ills vacation hero with his summer "at Centertown. tunity. Tho earlier you settle 4he lor and family. Mr. Herbert F. Felix, amember of was' tho guest of Mrs. J. A. Duke, mother, Mrs. Laura Stevens. Mr. Mack Porter and family spent in thirty minutes tho Sheriff located bettor it will bo, for all concerned. Wednesday nnd Thursday. Mrs It. W. Slack lsspondlng (ho Co. B, Signal Corps, Ky. N. G who The State and County are in urgent tho 5th with Mr. Newton Shaver and the stolen property, but as thetliiof "after a week's week here with her husband, Judgo was homo on short leave of absence, need pf finances to stop interest pay- family. had patriotically stretched tho gar-moMrs. W. ILCfcdlff. Mrs. Slack enmo up fiom was called by telegram Wednesday ments. on a tripod (or a tent under Wo aro having very d.ry weather hero with reltlves. returned to Slack. visit Yours very truly, Owcnsboro, with tho Judgo on last for duty at Dixon, In connection with now which Is having It's effect on which his seven children' could play her homo lu Hammond, Ind., S. O. KEOWN, Miners and tho troublo between Sunday. war tho officer refused to nuiko a.u tho crops. Shorlff of Ohio County. Drivers "wucTknow their business, naeiTbrMcCormfck Mowers, Operators growing out of tho btrlko. Rev. Stcnson of RoElno circuit ot arrest. If In Cars that go everywhere day or Harrowo, Episcopal Church Dr. W. L. Lnwlacei candidate for BIG 1. C. HOSPITAL AT tho Methodist ulBht. Call Casebter, Beaver Dam. Hay Hakw, ,Osbom Disc Tho Louisville papers announce was sorlously hurt PAUUCAH IS DESTROYED preached tho funeral of Mrs. Reubln crop nnd pro- - Binder Twine-- F. A. Amos Buggies, Representative, When you llnlbhthat V. In a runaways accldont a fow miles Hunter at Mt. Pleasant 'on the 8th. tho burning of Christ's brewery, and or Harness, Road Wagons, Machine paro to put a roof on that barn &c.', call on Paducalt, Ky., July 10. Tho big lurgo congregation was present, an lrrovoraut wag remarked ho knew couth of Horse Branch, Saturday, Dr. shed, don't forget wo handlo all Lawlaco was riding horseback whon division hospital of tho Illinois Cen- - Mrs. Hunter was a sister of Rov. W. jho uiudo wlno but novor hoard that LUTHER CHINN," ply. kinds of Rubber Hooting. Any j ho was lu tho beer buslne&s. a runaway wnsoti team ran Into him, tral railroad, located here, was do- -' G, and Victor Stowart. Beaver Dam, Ky. ACTON DUOS. 2t2 right. i v H4444 GOING SOME! re-ma- Shirts Are Now Ready! f i Negligee that at Shirts ! Wise,. Take Our Advice And You Go Wrong, It's now time for Summer Shirts and we are ready with the finest ing ever brought to town. Counter after counter, box after box of Negligee Shirts; all kinds to fit all shapes ot men. No Negligee shirt that is worth the having can be bought for less than our lowest price, 60c. No Negligee Shirt can be found $1.50. anywhere, better than our best at Also Sport Shirts, 0c $1.00. Trade With Us! at that Work Shirts, 50c to 75c. There are many new styles out for summer wear, but ypu find them all here. ' 24XZ21&CG Carson e, Si Co.1 I Hartford, Ky. ' Hartford Republican. -.: y. Ill Inter-Southe- rn r ... to-da- to-da- asN-Stat- I I ; Event, j low-pric- ed s . nt Ro-pai- rs, Prices r Jju, - ' smsxmmMVXXE2amiEz: g'wijgywByuwyjlBf'.Ky' L!3i L-'- - Farm Department Sliccp-Tlc- k 'preserving Jar helps you to stretch inld of tho newFpapcrs tho State your income. The awful question "What shall I a am NtiinHO M 10 nn a liuvt; kvk uiuui-- i i In i.tBiij iwib vi i.l your shelvos nro full of home-canneif products. 1 4 1 11a a d Tn- - .. 1 mcdlate consumption and by preserControl. HAllTl'OKD, KY. .WASHINGTON, danger acording to vation by canning, drying, or In other Tlioro Is sonio Stop liCft Over" Coughs. Will practlco hlfl ,iro(iaton In. Uito ways, so that no good food will bo ngrlcultur.il authorities, that the s will Dr. Hell's and adjoining countUfl. "ConuuorclsJ jsheep tick may become a source of wasted. stop that hacking cough that lingers NOTICE. , and Criminal Practice a Specialty. very material saving can bo ef- - j "A considerable loss to farmers and January. Tho soothing pine We hkhIii call the attention of our many in- from stockmen in those localities In which fected in tho food bill in balsams loosen tho phlegm, heals EL OrAMERICAN IDE lleptib-- 1 tbo dipping practiced for sonio years stances by having tho meals consist of tho Irritated membrane, tho glyecr-In- o readers to the fart that The en ii will publish no I'omimiitlriillons In order to eliminate sheep scab has grown vegetables and less extensiverelieves tho tender tissues, you In a cltjr wtiere cooj hottli Dipping ly of tho nonpcrlsbablo foods bought breathe easier and coughing ceases. unless .sinned by tho author. Few bound, lb 1'owluUa head the been largely discontinued. Hit. following for scab helped to control the froni grocery stores, lly Don't neglect a lingering cough, it weeks pass that unonjinoiis articles It Ii Afit In the hcartt.of hi Ky. sheep tick In those localities, which this plan also garden owners will re- is dangerous. Dr. Dell's touattymen. arc not received and it Is not our deconsequently have been comparative- lievo somewhat the demand for tho is antiseptic and pleasant to sire Highway and t( hurl newsy items Into the ly free from this pest for a number nonpcrlsbablo foods. take, benetlts young and old, get it In the fam"Even with liberal uso Design. of years. Now, however, it appears at your druggist Formula on waste li.TsUct. This anonymous com. that sheep ticks arc becoming a nuls-anc- o ily diet In a fresh state, however, bottle. 25c. 2 muuientlou rule is stated each week In the areas where systematic there will bo considerable surpluses at the head of the editorial column dipping was formerly carried on, and of vegetables from many home gardand must be adhered to. Ilcqucsts Kilauca'.s l.nvn Inkc. they are likely to causo a great deal ens. These should bo saved In some Early reports indicate, that the that names Ikj omitted from print of damage If steps are not taken to way. Canning Is the method most ro complied with, but the manuscript The Towlialan u tcAneil, usually employed, but It Is possible alarms of war will not prevent many must bear tho writers' tdpiiitiiro. control them. and rcttful. It, excelAmericans from visiting their now lent location on rcnntylvania The sheep tick Is a wingless para- that cans and jars can not bo obTHE E01TOH. Avenue, ISth an.l II Street!, celepark In makn it a deniable headquarsitic fly which spends Its entire life tained In sufficient qunnltlcs this year nationalvolcanoes, Hawaii. Three IIKAVKII DAM, KY. Kilauea, Mauna ter lor bridal couptei, touritt on the sheep. It obtains Its food by to pack tho surplus perishables. In brated Undo Ilnstus, you are preaching !artiei, conventions, Scliooli and colleges. , feeding on such cases many products easily can Loa, and Hnlcakala are in the new for a now congregation now, aren't puncturing the skin and Ofllro Jiuncs Tolor'i I.lrcry Uarn. reesrvation. Tho lava lake at Kila The Powhatan attracts the the blood and lymph of the animal. be preserved by drying. people of culture and education. uea, a spectacle which has drawn you?" "Yes sub." "What are the especially rrotimily lo Slate, War and Its Tho Irritation thus caused, How do you like" the outKavv L)ct artments. alto lo man' In past years prospects? "By this method surplus water Is thousands of visitors in the case of lambs, Is great, and the points ot historical Interest, every part of the world, will be, look?" "Well, suh, do outlook ain't makes this hotel especially at constant drain of blood may in time driven off by placing sliced products from so bad, but do fust inlook I took at do tractive to a discriminating pubIs predicted, unusually spectacular lic. become serious. Infested sheep are on trays In the sun, over a stove, or it hat aftah it had gone round 'moiigst The Powhatan offers roemi they do not feed and before an electric fan. The dried this season becauso of the recent in de cong'gatlon fob collections was so restless that with detached bath at $1.30, $2.00 and up. are in general less thrifty than tick-fre- e foods can be kept perfectly In paper creased volcanic activity In the re- very disapp'iuting, suh, very Rooms with priTMrUI.MAMrli rm'i7 fiiisunM vate bath. 12.50. $1.03 and up. All fvuttUira, onto in flocks. These conditions hamper bags or boxes sufficiently tight to gion. tvotUin PATENTS Chicago Tribune. "Write for bottle! with mspi llonwjUJ, t our THAT , PA . lrrt. tbo growth of wool and in general exclude Insects. Soaking In water will ciinM-- UalTrlp yyu to vcrtm. Doliii; Good. CL1TFOKD M. LEWIS.. fnnil iTfuJL iihotucr alflrh tnr rnrr rtwrt lower the market value of the sheep. bring the products back practically Manager. THE LADIES' HOME JOUIt.VAL, on (nUMlltr. M en' rrtrtir, 8UR Few medicines havo met more favFrom a purely economic point of view to their original texture and they PASSING nircriCNCCS. FtrfrUuW. Itook on lYpnthblv llunt wtite lo or or accomplished more good than THE SATURDAY EVENING POST therefore, dipping is a profitable may then be cooked like fresh vegeB03-S0tttv; Gevonth J.liimiinJ.n chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea and THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN . IsUAntasaijisviska Otrnot. practice. JWW, Ut U, wwwjri W tables. Ilomedy. John F. Jantzen, Delmeny, wish to secure the sparo time of a Two dippings are regarded as necup vegetables and "in putting essary on account of the life habits fruits for future use the home gard- Sask., &ays of It "I have used Cham- man or woman to act as local repre of the tick. The first dipping will ener may find the following sug- berlain's Colic and Diarhoea'Hemedy sentative In Hartford and vicinity, myself and In my family and can rec- looking nfter the renewals of THE destroy all the mature ticks on the gestions useful: their being an exceptionally many subscriptions in this section, SEWING animal, but it can not be depended you can obtain cans and Jars ommend it as "If m and introducing these publications MACMiNB on to destroy 'those In the pupal only in limited numbers, can toma- line preparation." OF stage, in which they are protected by toes and other vegetables which can to new readers. Payment will be WILL YOU A I'rce Gift Xot Appreciated. QUALITY. made in salary and commission. Prea hard shell. In this shell the tick not be dried easily and such fruits as TAKE It is deplorable that the only ab- vious experience is desirable but not remains from 19 to 24 days. A sec- you prefer in a juicy form. Where-eve- r solutely free thing that nature gives essential. dipping, therefore, 24 days after ond For details address, with possible concentrate succulent us should so often be denied to the references, Dox GG4, THE CURTIS NOT the first will find these Insects In an foods, such as tomatoes. human family. Air is the common PUBLISHING COMPANY; IndependSOLD unprotected state, having emerged "Preserve or jam the fruits and heritage of us all, but houses ap- ence Square, Philadelphia. A Trealrctnl from the pupal in the interval be- berries which you prefer in that form 17t2 UNDER ANY parently are sometimes built so as tween the dippings. llBBBm TjJl.'1 for WEAIf and put them in glasses sealed with OTHER to shut out every possible chance for V. S. .MAY (.'() DOWN There are a number of solutions paraffin or d bottles. NAME. LUN6S or Uml Given it to 10,000 FKKT FOH OIL which are effective in destroying "Put fruit juices In ordinary bot- fill enter. people such a Ishouse long and It not it with coal-ta- r sheep ticks. Among these CONSUMPTION tles. WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. Grafton, W. Vn., July 7. Already dips creosote, cresol, and nicotine "Dry pratically any common vege- before disease, especially tuberculosis If you purchnvj the NKW HO.MK you will spreads among Its inmates. To the drilled to a depth of more than may bo purchased ready prepared, table except asparagus, t, linvo n llfo riMct nt tho price you pay, and will A quick reltel for lliat tireJ. run Jown feellnc. feet, the oil well on the farm or not bnvo nn cnillcis chain of repairs. solati m radishes, lettuce, and the like, and lack of air add uncle? nliness, a "ilu , couchs, pains in chest, nlchl surats, ,au be uasde at home, but it is diifi-cu- most fruits except strawberries and usual adjunct, I and the bill is com- - Mrs. Martha O. Goff, near here, may weak lunrs or coniuniptlon. If it doe. jr 1. a ir r i nln nn .!. ilnmllii In nlntn lu '""" il.' . .1 .. not h,!p you II costs you nolbini. Its poisonous native grapes. The more Important '"'" " "" """" 10 prepare ant Quality ?.hi. m me country ueiore Housing inspectors In many the operations are ended. When oil CO, I OHIO MEDICAL (luahties necessitate special SSK.K?6!? of the vegetables that aro usunllv uuences. Considered in Its use. Complete details in dried are sweet corn, snap and string lctes ar,e oing ",c,r beS,1 10 r ,l thvlrt was not Btruck at a ,lo"th of 3'000 it is the " feet private interests decided to quit. rep.ard to the various kinds of liys beans, shelled beans, shelled peas. :.citief tllef The Government then took over and the most effective methods of ad- - nn.i ti.' mnt rmns TnmtnM ti,-- i, Iuuch sooil is being accomplished. Cheapest ministering them are contained in a consisting in large part of water arc but ten0"1"" and carelessness con- - the well for experimental purposes in the end new publication or tne united states (lrled succeSsfully by many immi untie to get in tlielr work. It Is an and it is proposed to continuo the uphill undertaking to educate the drilling, which will not stop unless .Department of Agriculture, Farmers' grants from southern Europe. to buy. of niases to the uunetin ,'js, me sneep iick. lt a consideraui0 number of cans and cleanlinessimportancetho fresh air oil Is found until the tools are 10,- you wniitnRcwIneinnclilnr, wrlto for If generous 000 feet under ground. but with The cost of dipping varies consld-.o- r jars are at your disposal So that our latest cntnloguo btforo you urcuiiM:. annniMnt. Ml'"" D.ililt' (ui.j.vue unn.i Ihn VW.SV nr vegetables may be canned bo sure to - fnct Vuu.j, The New Home SEinz Machine Co.. Orange, Mass. labor, fuel, and material. In the include the more nutritious, such as g sections of the West, green beans' and pens." however, it nmy bo estimated at from cents a head for each dip2 to Z Inoculate Brood Sows. ping. Where only a few sheep are Brood sows, regardless of the stage kept, a portable galvanized-lro- n vat may be used or a canvas dipping bag. of pregnancy, may bo safely treated Where large flocks are cared for, for hog cholera, according to specialhowever, or where a farmer Is in the ists of the United States Department If infection has alsheep business permanently, it Is best of Agriculture. ready appeared In a herd, it is gen- Says 65 year Old Kentucky Lady, Who Tells How She Was Relieved to provide proper facilities for the ILLUSTRATIONS 300 ARTICLES-30- 0 work, and a permanent dipping vat erally conceded that without treatI rHEP Informed of the World's Progress In t. After a Few Doses of SI i ment tho loss will be from SO to S5 j is the only practical solution, hnRinecnns. Mechanics nnd Invention. For Kather nnd Sarr nnd All the Knmtlv. It anneals per cent of the herd, and that pregto all classes Old nnd Younc- - Men nnd Women. ii is lot i aroma jinCBiino luirinu.nnu.pr " Can! Summer Investment of time nant will likely abort, while sows liome tltroualiout tLo ivorM Our 1 orvhTrt C'orre.roiilvtit4 are conatnnt ly in tho watch that live through disease will not " Meadorsvllle, Ky. Mrs. Cynthia doses of lor mint, now noil iMcrollutf aal It Is and money, small; winter returns in breed until they have recovered fully Writton So You Can Understand It Seventy years of successful uso has HIgginbotham, of this town, Gays: "At food and health, large. Tho Shop Notua D.partmrnt (20 l'nai1.) contain. Even if the disease does catifo the iTfcrucai iunisiiirr.i.op orKnnarany wayj lor in. m.ido Thedford's a luimuu tn tin thine, nrnnnil tin, llnniA. guaiunti:i:d sintvit'K sows to abort, the treatment may my age, which Is C3, the liver does (17 1'arr.i tor tlio Ilor and Am.t.ur Mechanic standard, household remedy. ncry per rent Ono huntlred lie Ciinuyi illrl.wliollkutniunkntnlnir-tllttiowtomukvlri. bring the sows through and enable not act so well as when young. A few Ie. nnit Iflccr.i-- (lntllr Knelne, llonts hnow .ttceA .tc wolrr. furniture, ito, Contain. Iu Get that canning impulse. value. Special work for V. member, of every family, at times, thorn to recover more rapidly than if .tuctlou.lorUlvAlocliaJlc,CaulranJlIt.alan. year3 ago, my stomach was all out of need tho help that Make your hoe this summer keep they were not treated. O. W. SINQLC CbpiCS. 13c tl.SO PtR YEAR caa Ol4M lrm y.wP ..a.al.. r aif.rt Ir.m Ik. p.Sll.liM your call opener busy next winter. W. F. STEVENS. ainpl copy Mill b aant on roquoat. The best method of Inoculation fix. I wes constipated, my liver give in cleansing tho system and POPULAR MECHANICS MAGAZINE Get ready for caiinlg season now. for brood sows whether by the Hartford, Ky. It. P. D. 7. No. Mulligan Avanuo. cniCAOO tho troubles that come from act. My digestion was bad, and Jtegrets aro the only things ever can- -' timultaneous or scrum-alon- o treat- - didn't RepresenJlnK Contlnoutat up;et,me. My ap- constipation, Indlscstlon, lazy liver, ned In the Jars you forgot to order. Marblo & Granite Co. moits Is a matter of choice, tho it took so Httlo to can notning mat can ue Kepi wiui-- , specialists say. as tho results havo petite was gpr.o. I wa3 very weak. . . etc. You cannot keep well unless your M raiCiimatsiaaiaiaa'jxsjsaxjKXitMiji out canning. Dry such vegetables as ,jcen practically tho samo in field stomach, liver and bowels arc in good I decided I would give ma-- , m,rImfints string beans,' navy beans, 6 In with both methods. a thorough trial as I knew it working order. Keep them that way. turo Lima bean0, okra, etc. this connection department spccial- - was highly recommended for this Try gANrtCWKETHE LUi'CtSB It acts promptly, .,. You can brag about your garden all .. ,. nnln, ,..., simultaneous gently and ia a natural way. If you winter it you have your canned evld- - j treatment( wnen properly applied to trouble. I began taking It I felt i wi enco on the dinner table, healthy brod sows, does not produce better after a few doses. My appetite feel sluggish, tako a doso tonight. Concentrate products, especially ' sterility, as some porsoiis may be-- 1 Improved and I becamo stronger. My You will feel fresh tomorrow. Prlco soup mixtures, so that each container Hove. The fact that hyperimmune fJiitl fluff H9iiifiTfraa7T.wnB 1 bowels acted naturally and tho least 25c. a package Ono cent a dosa will hold as much canned food and sows that is, sows that aro used for EYiew 69 trouble was soon righted with a few All druggists. J. as little water as possible. rmen 5 cerunv production and havo received SO; A flrtX ,1 -Really there Is nothing to canning enormous doses of virus Trial .lottlflFrre. 'OLDS fruit and vegetables except care, litters, gonerally farrow normal Jii!IL5iiJi!2ii!il5C!lnHi-J- i cleanliness, fresh products, jars, and confirms this statement, the bpeclal-ist- s GUAR AWJ.'12EI -- TlS'A01CiiVU: 2 heat Oil KONEV llEEVUTJ&n. j bay. Pine-Tar-Hon- ey 1 berculosls Commission Is plncl to re- port gratifying progress. Itcmciuber consumption enn often be prevented and sometimes cured by absolute cleanliness of body and surroundings and tho breathing of' fresh nlr day and night. HOTEL Professional Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law 'P0W1IATAN1:; D.C, h 0.ETAYL0R.CL Beaver Dam, I'lne-Tar-Hou- Drainage y. DR. HART VETERINARY SURGEON 0. E. a dlsnp-p'lntlng- ." & mm. . GERMINAL REMEDY OUR wide-necke- egg-plan- 'for one month liemor-rhace- '.t 1 ns prc.-au-t'o- factrf BliER EPARED : i .- sheep-growin- LIVER DIDN'T ACT m Black-Draugh- WAS BAD POPU WEMCHMCS A1AGAZINB Black-Draught.- Blaek-Drauc- l Black-Draug- n, Black-Draug- i ht KSLLtiie COUGH 1 .,., Black-Draugh- t. Get on the Firing1 Line Br. KiBg's ' hog-chole- ra fur troucHs "' rotyts mi si Establish a homo cannlg firm, Don't havo an empty preserving "Father. Mother & Co." Don't for- Jar In your nolshborhood next fall. get tho Httlo "co's." If you havo more preserving Jars Save Garden Surplus-than you con till, lend thorn to a . ( V I gardens promises to be unusually for tho Nation. largo In practically nl suction of tho country this year, wiys th.o United Some nolBlibor suraly can cat or Statofi Department of Agriculture In put up surplus products from your u statement Just Issued. Homo therefore, it. Is pointed out, place. should Iwgln now to plan o that tho A quart of canned peaohos or to- gretlucts raised by them will he unwl nwin .... Ilm ..IiaIF It. ,.'.! If fl l.tllial to the best po&lhI advantage, withrnttlug on tho ground. out waste, Tkert .is likely to be an unusually See that the shelves in your prelarge production of vegetable from Uggll home gardens in most com serving oleeet sag Just little this emnltles this year." rays the state-nsu-t. year.. "Home gardeners therefore Hots pragejrtgaea mm loaded altftttld lay their plans carefully, to tkey will be In 8 posltioa at the with fewL tkt aitprui'i'U'U' tltrc to multe eillclen' , l.jih l. l...- J 'Ihut rubber li.n; you put on a of t!. ir uUideu gard-iiQrs Tito crop of vegetables from home neighbor who will make them work NEWYO EKH T(3. y wmn from IlarlforJ to ruece t d TF you want ...., l.e .mi nf iSS u l.ut is new in business nnd Indni unu in irf, out ofiii.vtiiiuit get on thecicii.v. Una. 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Vaoderbilt Training School for Boys m m m I ELKTON, KY. 4 " Will help parents develop their sons wito the best type of citizens and Christian gentlemen. Its pationnge is widely scattered and comes from the best homes in tho South. Its capacity is limited, therefore, reservations should bo made early. Place your son in this select gioup of boys. Write 8 III M ATHENE Y.& BATTS For cataloguo and information. Box A. m Washington, July 7. When tho history of America's part In tho great world war Is written, there will he no more interesting chapters than thoso devoted to the naval gun crows on hoard our merchantmen. For it is these men more than any others, perhaps, who will contribute the most to the success of the Allied cause, and It Is these men who arc facing tho greatest dangers. Tho gun crows of the merchantmen are contributing their share to the Allied cause by their never-ceasin-g vigil over tho great ships which are carrying tho vitally needed munitions and foodstuffs abroad, and they arc taking unusual chances because it is tho merchant marine that the submarine warfare is aimed at more than tho eilcmy navies. A submarine will lay In wait for a merchantman ami trust to luck to get In a vital shot and retreat, hut at tho first sight of a invariably seeks warship, the some other vicinity. ' Ciacl; Mark'-ineThe men composing tho gun crews on American merchantmen are picked from 'the best marksmen In tho navy, and every one has a long rec ord behind him, mado at the naval target practices. HoMdes being almost "dead" shots, tho naval gunners are picked for their quickness in handling their guns. A gunner who Is slow, no matter how accurately, he may shoot, Is practically valueless on a merchant ship; ho can hit a target If given time, but this Is one tiling a submarine will not do. Experiences of United States gunners who havo had encounters with submarines is that at host they havo less than two minutes to train their guns and fire at n target so small as to bo almost- Invisible nt tho one, to three-mil- o rango from which torpeFrequently does usually are fired. tho torpedo Is 'sighted by the lookIs observed, outs heforo the and by that time, a3 a rule, only the poriscopo of tho fast submerging submarine is visible,, ond with tho merchant ship being manouvered to es- capo the torpedo the target is not so easily hit. try and get as close to their victims as possible without being detected, and If posslblo the torpedoes are fired at a distance of about a mile. The ship Is sighted. located, and all ariangcmcnts mado for firing the torpedo before comes to tho surface. Then It rises until tho deck Is about threo feet abovn wator except that the wash of the waves reduces this' targot to less than a foot launches the torpedo and immediately submerges. It has been, estimated that tho tlmo taken to launch tho tropedo and submerge Is less than two minutes, and It is in this small space of tlmo that tho naval gunner must do his work. This is one reason why more "hits" aro not registered, tho Navy Department explains. Even tho no encounters arc had with tho subsea terrors, tho members of tho gun crews do not havo easy or pleasant voyages. Every man is constantly on tho alert and nerves aro keyed up to high tension from tho moment tho vessel leaves her port of departure until she docks safely at tho end of her voyage. Theso aro somo of tho reasons why tho Navy Department prizes so highly her gunners nnd only puts tho best men on tho vshlps of tho mor- chnnt marine. at at vls-Iblo disqualify: Heart disease, flat tet, oyo diseases or derangoments Which cannot bo cured by glasses; 'tubercul osis and other chest diseases, 'cancer, sorlous affection of tho kidneys or Hvor, varicose veins, infectious blood diseases. 2. Employment In vital war industries. Thoso Includo shipbuilding, munitions .making,' work in gun factories, navy yards, oil fields, coal mines, certain duties in government departments and certain factory work, such as uniform making and work on other army supplies. Thesf latter eventually will bo turned joer targoiy to women ami tuo men will bo released for army service. , 3. The conscription act specifically provides exemption for persons of religious beliefs opposed to war. To secure such exemption, however, a man must havo been a member of tho faith In question before? 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Let England put all those Eastern ships ot hers at work in the' submarine zone, and I, her dear friend, will put my ships nt work taking England's trade in tho safo places." England did not quito seo it. For England is also intelligent. If you ask your opinion as to real displays of patriotic Intelligence and patriotic ability to look after yourself in "this war, wo select England and Japan as tho leadors with nobody third. Now York Journal. ns partments 3horthand, keeping, Telegraphy, Stenotypy, Music, Primary Normal. Expert teachers. Modern equipment. , Position assured. Write for cataloguo. Send us your. Garments Them and Hare CLEANED CLEAN Packages caliod for and delivered. Daviess Co. Sus. College THE ELITE PRESSING CLUB A. Iva Nail, Prop. Incorporated OWENSBORO, KY. HARTFORD. KENTUCKY. Fetro-Men- No Relives Piles matter how stubborn the ta USE LI V-VE- R-L AX case may bo Petro-Ment- a will bring relief. A trial will convince you. "or sale by Ohio County Drug Co. Price 25c. 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Try Dr. King's New Llfo Pills and Aro You One of Them? throw off tho sluggish winter shell. Thoro aro a great many peoplo who 2 would bo very much bpnellted by takAt druggists, 25c. ing Chamberlain's Tablets for a weak Gioiiuds on Which Kvoinptlons from or disordered stomach. Aro you ono tho Army Will He Mntli. of them? Mrs. M. It. Soarl, N. Y relates her experiWashington, July 2, Sxomptlon i pulatlons wore whlppeJ 'ntti inul ence lu the uso of thoso tablets: "I Msv.i a't tho cabinet meet ng yinjmr-Ju- j. had a bad spell with my stomach President Wilson prubuhly will about six months ago, und was troubiMrmulSdfct them wlthla x tv nxt led for two or threo weeks with gaa and sovoro pains in tho pit of my fcrtyolglit hours. Our druggist advised mo It Is undorstood tho president dim-- 1 stomach inated' certain exemptions because to tako Chamberlain's Tablets. 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Ho is tho first American doctor to muko such a discovery., it is the bcit mtdicine ever sold over a druggists counter. I fcSEMM' Wants' CASTORIA Oliildxon Cry FOR FLETCHER'S FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE Dissolved In water for douches) atop pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflammation. Recommanded by Lydia E. Pinkhnm Med. Co, for ten years. A healing wonder for nasal catarrh, lore throet a J sore eyes. Economical. Has cataotatoary Saiutc 'frae. tltanruia arj genukiial power. JOe. all divKuls, of podpij by BiaJ. TrtaPmloaTgil.lCfa.ijur.Bc.toa.MaM. J ,v, don't line that ha has dono so. often nsk favors of tho trade, but In In suggestthis caso I feci warranted ing that through you, becauso In doing so I believe I am serving iny very good friend of many years' standing the Retail Merchant of tho country as It has always been my greatest pleasure to do. Do not limit your distribution to our own customers, but band ono of these statements to your fellow travelers, and when you havo time go Into tho dry goods stores, into tho grocery stoies, Into tho shoe stores and otlicr stores In the 'towns you visit, and ask tho proprlotor If ho won't bo good enough, as a loyal American citizen, to read this statement of tho Executive Committee of tho Chamber of Commerce of the United States, and then possibly he, too, may bo willing to drop me a lino and tell me he has done so. I would be very glad, Indeed, If you would ask our cusloucr If he doesn't know some newspaper man, and you go with him and let that merchant make the request of that newspaper man that ho will publish this statement. We want to take advantage of tho facilities which our organization offers to reach people of the country with these facts, so that they may realise conditions as they exist. We, In a certain sense, have the power to spread these plain facts as no other organization can do. 1 am too old to go to the front, hut I can do my bit In many other way3. Letters from people who have read this statement will be proof to me that I have perhaps been the means of bringing these facts home to thousands and even hundreds of thousands of good Americana that I have helped to prepare their minds for the trials and sacrifices that are ahead of us all. After we are awakened to a full realization of things we will stand, as ever, a united people, ready and willing to pay whatever price Is necessary to wipe off the face of tho earth, for all time to come, the idea that any King or Emperor and his immediate followers can bring ruin and distress to hundicds of millions of people throughout the world, and thus we will maintain forever the human doctrine of Liberty Freedom and Democracy. B C. SIMMONS. I II CHALLENGE hi M TOAMERIGAN PATRIOTISM Read It and Respond to It by Giving It Publicity ft BUSINESS MAN'S APPEAL Founder of Simmons Hardware Company Instructs Traveling . Salesmen to Distribute War Literature Prepared by the Chamber of Commerce of the United States. St. Louis Tho following pa'rlotlc appeal to tho nrmy of traveling salesmen representing tho Simmons Hard-war- e Company, has been sent out by the founder of tho company, E. C. Simmons: WE MUST WIN THE WAR IF x WE DON'T WIN THE WAR, GOD HELP US 1 am more and more Impressed, every day, with the fact that as a whole the people of the United States have not even a faint realization of the Immense gravity of the present I am equally Impressed situatjon. with 'the absolute conviction that until our people are generally aroused to a realization of existing conditions and that this war Is for us a life and death struggle the very existence of cur country Is in jeopardy. If we don't win the war Germany will. That means th'at Germany will levy upon us as they have upon Belgium, enough to pay their entire cost of the war, as Germany openly stated she intended to do. This statement Is positively made by our own Ambassador to Berlin, Mr. Gerard, and his statement Is confirmed by one of Germany's leading newspapers, The Volkszeitung, which editorially remarks: Kol-nisc- The communication from the Chamber of Commeice of the United States and the resolutions referred to by Mr. Simmons are as follows: OP COMMERCE of the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. CHAMBER Genet al Offices, Riggs Building, r Washington, D. C. May 24, 1917. TO THE MEMBERS OF THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE OF THE UNITED STATES: "We need not worry about the Certainly the American fleet. beads of our army and navy weighed the possibilities carefully in the balance before deciding on ruthless submarine warfare and we can leave the future in their hands. We are entitled to a thumping war indemnity and we do not care who pays i,t. Thoso States which have sacrificed Immense sums will be unable to pay it. Therefore, America, which has earned thousands of millions through munitions and supplies, will have to unbutton its pockets." back with a distinct personal recollection of conditions at the beginning and during the pi ogress of the Civil war, and as an old man who ia still blessed with all of the vigor ana clearness of mind of younger da s, and also with 'tol'ablo good health, thank you," 1 feel It my duty to impress with all the strength at my command the absolute necessity not only upon each one of you, who are our reprenentdtlves traveling throughout the entire United States and visiting every county in it, but also through you upon all of those many, inends In the tracL- - who have honored this company with their confidence and respect for more than half a century, that we must Immediately I look The Executive Committee of the National Chamber, which has recently been holding very frequent meetings at Washington tor the purpose of keeping closely informed regarding conditions which arise from war, has today adopted lesolutions for which it asks your immea.ate attention. The subject of these lesolutions is developed in a statement which is attached. The resolutions arc presented herewith. The Executive Committee hopes that the response to its request for an expression of opinion will be ery prompt. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE OF THE UNITED STATES. JOSEPH H. DEFREES, Chairman. iMtest: ELLIOT II. GOODWIN, General Secretary. WAR INFORMATION. prove to be the dejislvo factor In the Great War. Tho best Judges aro of tho opinion that the submarine will not end tho war, that tho food shortage will not end tho war, that the present colossal conflict on the western front may riot end tho war. With France pas,t her maximum of men, with England ranjdly approaching her maximum and with Germany perhaps still somo distance to go before her maximum Is reached, It stands to reason that thin country must prenaro quickly to supply not only frod. ships, nnd munitions and materlrls of war, but trained effective In hugo numbers, perhaps In millions. Military men ndmlt thnt until tho Unltod States entered tho great conflict there was no decisive factor In sight. How quickly, then, or how slowly, the Ujilted States meets theso enormous obligations Is tho answer to the question of the war's length. Aside from the question of shortea-Inthe war there aro life and death reasons why the United States should speed preparations for the great conflict. There nro possible and even probable contingencies which might cause the United States to bear the brunt of the fjghtlng on her own shores: If Russia should collapse. If tho British fleet should bo overcome, If the food situation should bring our allies to their knees, If great reversals should bo met on tho western front, If the submarine menace be not checked. The Impossible has happened so often In this war that any one of these contingencies Is not Impossible The Germans should" have gotten through at the Marno and captured 'arls and Calais, and established con irol of fie Channel. Tho English fleet r.hould have irnlhllated the German at Jutland. The Central Tower" should have been starved before the last harvest. " The submarine campaign hns resulted In the destruction of 1,500.000 tons of shipping during the months of February, March and ApriL Coincident with this enormous decrease of the world's ocean-goinmercantile marine have come increased demands upon shlpning nnd the two combine to make this cne of the most Important and most thrertening aspects of the war situation today. food shortage Is The world-widmaking Itself felt hardest upon Ger many, next upon certain of the En tente countries and lastly upon the neutral countries, especially Scandinavia and Spain. The effect of this shortage may soon be felt here. This, then, makes it highly Important that tho United States quickly mobilize Its entire forces In order to bring about a decision before th" brunt ot the fight will be shifted to America, g put from various departments of the government mennt for publication In newspapers and periodicals. It should be n definite branch of tho government under the direction of the President with n man at Its head nf broad practical experience In the use of tho moans of national education, with a capnclty for organization, nnd possessing both energy and Imagination. The director, In consultation with thoso who nro shaping the main wnr program, would map out such government campaigns as might be thought desirable and through various channels nt his disposal would, by utilization of news and advertising columns, posters, etc., promulgate throughout ever? part of the country simultaneously the messago which each .campaign would be designed to Impress upon the minds and the hearts of the people. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Notice Announcements for coun- tho Republican nomination for JallV. ty offices published In this column un- or of Ohio county. Subject to the til tho Prlmnry, $5.00 iu advance Primary Election, Saturday, August 4, 1917. District offices, $2.50. For Hcprcsontntlve. Wo nro authorized to nnnounco tho cantlldncy of I.. U KMIlllY for tho for RepreRepublican nomination sentative of Ohio county. Subject to tho Prlmnry Election, Saturday, August 4, 1917. Wo nro authorized to nnnounco the candidacy of 1)11. W. I. LAWLACH for tho Republican nomination for Representative of Ohio county. Subject to tho Prlmnry Election Saturday, August 4, 1917. Wo nro authorized to announco the cnndldncy of J. W. DUVALL for the Republican nomination for Jailer of to tho PriOhio county. Subject mary Election, Saturday, August 4, 1917. We nro authorized to nnnounco the cnndldncy of K. H. TINSLKY for the Republican nomination for Jailer ot Ohio county. Subject to tho Primary Election, August 4, 1917. fet e II THE main obstruction to speed Is the failure of the people to appreciate the fact that w are at war "The failure of the people to realize the gravity of the sltuat'on amazed me,' said an English publicist, "and I remembered how slowly our own people came to this realization." The same fallacies that beset England are to be overcome in the United States. England, too, thought it would be a short war, six months at most. England, too, thought It vculd bo a small job. England, too, thought that there wasn't anything special for the the government Individual to would do the work. It Is felt that an urgent need exists for precisely the same kind of campaign of national education and Infor-- . matlon as that conducted by the English government when It camo to thu realization of what the war really meant. The campaign was immensely successful In arousing the entlro peo-p!of England to an understanding of the war and to the obligation of personal service which It placed upon each individual citizen. io.-th- at o Resolutions of the bxecutive Committee May 24, 1917. Whereas, the Executive Committee of the Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America is thoroughly convinced of the vital necessity that tho people of the country should be authoritatively informed in regard war and to the actual situation the part that each atueu muai piay with the government in in order to bring the war to a successful conclusion, and today there exists Whereas, throughout the country a lamentable lack of information and understanding on these points, and Whereas, no uuthoiltatlve agency now exist3 for tho purposo which Is distinct from and serves to offset tho necessary lestrlctions of censorship und tho emergenc) is so lmmedlato that procedure by the Chamber thiough the ordina.y process of is tendered impracticable; now, thurefore, be It Resolved, That the Executive Committee of tho National Chamber, as such Committee' aud without attempting to speak for the Chamber of Commerce of tho United Stales ns a whole, endor.se and undeitako to advance, so far us its ituthoilty peimlts, the proposal about io bu submitted to the President of tho United State oy a representative and body suggesting the creation of a detlulte blanch of tho government under the dltectlon of the President to conduct u campaign of constructive education ot tliti people as to tho war und tho Impoitaut operations of tho government regarding tho war so that tho people may understand in udvanco the necessity for tho various actions taken by the government In behalf of tho peoplo; and be it further Resolved, That these resolutions bo transmitted at once to the entlro nicmbuibiilp Oi ionization, Associate und Individual accompanied by a request that they udvl..' President Rhett IMMEDIATELY b; vvlro at tho of tho Chamber In Washington, of their opinion or action thereon and that ho bo authorized by tho l.xecutlve Commltte to irako known In tho govto the propoi authr-ltlernment tho contents of these telegrams. EXIGENCY AND THE PLAN. TH of-t- he hcd-quartecs HI. STOP, LOOK AND LISTEN. that tho boys fighting iu Fiance today aiu Just as much our bob us it tue wuie born and We must realize raised in our own home town, and iu.it tuuy aio fighting our battles FOR US THERE, in the hope and expectation that they will thus make it uiinccessaiy that wo should tight a harder battle on our own toll. Soon oar own bus noin America will bu lighting bide by side with tiieni a nullum of them, nud more, I piedlct and justly bo. For without that kind of help and assistance we cannot win THE WAR uud wo cauuut perpetuate tho Ideals und principles oi Americun life, bought by the blood of our foiofathers, and by which alone life will bo worth living for us, or our children, or our childien's cbil-dtc1 have taday received a brief statement issued by the Executive Committee of tho Chamber of Commerce, of tho United States. Tho member- ship of that organization, as you know, comprises all of tho lcad.ng commercial clubs and tiadu organizations of our cities, largo und small, from Maine to California. It speaks lor five hundred thousand firms. It in the voice of American business. Tins statement Is so comprehensive, so concise, so conservative, und yet absolutely true In Its prediction, according to my judgment, that I urn reproducing It heiowith and sendlug It to ou with the following request: 1st. J wunt you to lead it carefully, not once nor twlco but three times at least, and when you havo read It I want you to write mo that you have urgent matters must ho SEVEN made clear to tho peoplo If we aro to get that unified aetlon which Is necessary to hasten our war activity: 1. That tho banks cannot take caro of tho bonds. The bonds must be boUght by individuals. 2. That conscription does not carry with it anything of disgrace. It is as patriotic and much more effcctlvo than tho medieval system of volunteering. 3. That labor must bo readjusted on a large scale. It must bo mado moro productive, and Its varied problems carefully considered. 4. That food administration will necessarily be repressive, but Is In tho interest of all. D. That thero Is a false and a proper national economy Business In war time is not "as usual." 6. That tho Intelligent cooperation of women In both dliect and Indirect branches of war effort Is absolutely essential 7. That there should bo at centralized control for tho systematic support of the families of those who go to war. This should be through the Intelligent of the govern- local organizations and cm- I ment, ployers. There could be utilized not only tho machinery of the national political committees but the machinery of the states committees ns well, and, In addition, close working relations could be established with municipal administrative bodies and all sorts of patriotic societies throughout tho country, such societies as the National Security LeagU", Chautauqua societies, Boards of Trade and Chambers of Commerce, church and college societies, fraternal, labor and various social or. ganlzatlons, etc., etc. If a campaign on such n matter, for instance, ns tho present War Loan were to bo launched, advance notlco would bo given to all these affiliated societies and plnns would bo mado to begin tho campaign simultaneously In nil parts of the country, tho work to bo prosecuted with the utmost vigor In all directions. This work to be effective must boja branch of tho government, baiked by tho government, controlled by tho government, and financed by the government, and on this basis It would not fall to ImVrcss people much moro strongly than would be the case If similar efforts were put forth entirely by At least, "that private organbatlons. has been found to bo so In England nnd there Is Utile doubt that It would prove to be so here. This same machinery would be used extensively for making tho wnr situation clear In the minds of tho people with a view to securing their full nnd genuine cooperation in tho government's war program, thus avoiding tho possibility of obstruction and friction nnd selfishness In various forms ull spelling delay, This plan would serve to unify tho nation quickly nnd make the peoplo as a whole understand their Individual rcsponslbluitles in the progressive rhases of this countr's participation In wnr on a big pcale ns they do not at all understand those responsibilities now. We should move today as If we wero to face Germany alone tomorrow. The peoplo should be given somo Idea of tho magnitude of tho fighting, for example, on the western front. General Sir William Robertson, Chief of the Imperial Staff of tho British Army Headquarters, states that within six weeks tho British nlorie-havc expended 200.000 tons of ammunition in France. Ho also stated that 50,000 tons of stone weekly wero required to mend the roads behind tho lines. Perhaps his most significant statement, however, is this: 1 "The greatest peculiarity of this war Is the colossal numbers engaged. It Is not a war between enemies, but war between nations, and thero Is no man or woman In tho Empire who Is not today doing something, either to win or to loso the war." Sir Arthur Henderson, a member of the British War Council, nnnouneed a few days ago that 7,000,000 men have been killed. The total casualties, that 1b, the total number of killed, wounded and missing, among all the armies engaged, reacheB the amazing figure of 45,030,000, or half of tho total population of the United States. How war of this sort affects tho llfo of a nation nnd may ffcct us if quick steps arc not taken to throw our strength Into the balance may be Judged by a few of the recent developments in Great Britain. Tho English array has been Increased from 150,000 to 6.006,000 men. Her navy has been Increased from 130,000 to more than 500,000. More than 100 great government plants huvo Been uum specially io cope with war requirements. Working directly under tho Ministry of Munitions are 2,500,080 men and nearly 1,000,000 women. During the first two jcars of tho war the British moved back nnd foith across tho Channel over 8,000,000 men. over 40,000,900 tons of explosives, over 50,000,000 gallons of gaiio-lin- o and over 1,000,000 sick and wounded, and nil without any losses due to enemy attack. Sir Robert Boiden has Just loturncd to Canada and his llrat message was r J ' I IV. " dice to on for Uio mxt tlility days, and ask him us a poi tonal favor to me to reud It und buggest that I would greatly .uppreclato it if he would drop mo u I so. 2nd. I want you to leavo a copy of It with every customer that you call PRESENT conditions Indicate that a great crisis la approaching in tfco war situation and that it is probable the united efforts of America on a prodigious scale will be called for In tho very near future. This means that the people muut bo stirred to a senso of their Individual responsibilities in cooporder that their whole-hearteeration may bo secured. This spirit and this cooperation can bo obtained simultaneously .throughout tho country by moans of n properly directed national campaign of information under strong and lrito'llgent headship. I. ' The campaign should bo considered THERE Is tho strongest reason for nt absolutely apart from routlao press ' Red States will publicity matter and tho ordinary out believing that tho is d The speed of thu United fltates In sending shps, munitions und muu will probably bo the determining factor In , tho war. 'A great struggle tKUl lies boloro us; at tho commencement of tnis spring's campaign, Geunany put hito tho field a million more men than bho put Into tho field last spring." And as muto evidence as to how serious Sir Robert eomtldurs the situation, ho recommends an Immediate measure for the compulsory military enlistment of Canadians, and In tho has alface of tho foot that ready sont ICO.OOO men to tb color under tho vUuntaty system. Therefore, the United States Is tho dcclslvo factor In the,gieat war, and speed aloiio win not only shorten tho conflict but may foiestall tho burdon of It hhas carriod'toour shares, and sirico tho greaHst obstacjo to speed is tho uon understating of Its gravity by the people, It jeems imperative that a systematic campaign ot education should, be projected by the national government, "iilch would clear away all dpubts from the minds of tho people us to what threatens them, astto, what obligations rest upon them now aud henceforth every day until the wur I won. Ca-nad- that: Wo nro authorized to announco the candidacy of H. A. for tho ReWo aro authorized to announce tho publican nomination for Jailer ot candidacy of J. I). HIMi for the Re- Ohio county. Subject to tho Primary publican nomination for Rcprosenta-tlv- o Election, August 4, 1917. of Ohio County. Subject to tho Primary Election, Saturday, August Wo nro nuthorlzcd to nnnounco tho candidacy ot J. T. WEDDING for the 4, 1917. Republican nomination for Jailer oj Tor County Judge. Ohio county. Subject to the PrimaWe aro authorized to nnnounco tho ry Election, August 4, 1917. candidacy of MACK COOK for tho Republican nomination for Judge of We nro nuthorlzed to nnnounco the the Ohio County Court. Subject to cnndldncy of CHAHLKY JOHNSON tho Primary Election, Saturday, Au- for tho Republican nomination for v gust 4, 1917. Jailer of Ohio county. Subject to tho Primary Election, Saturday, Auto nnnounco tho gust 4, 1917. Wo aro authorized for candidacy of It. It. WEDDING thu Republican nomination for Judge Wo nro the of tho Ohio County Court. Subject cnndldncy nuthorlzcd to nnnounco Reof C. A. SMITH for tho to the Prlmnry Election, Saturday, publican nomination for Jailer of August 4, 1917. Subject to tho Prlmnry Ohio county. We are authorized to nnnounco tho Election, Snturday, August 4, 1917. candidacy of It. II. MAKTI.V for the We nro authorized to announce the Republican notuluatlonsfor Judgo of tho Ohio County Court. Subject to candidacy of WORTH TICIIKXOII the Primary Election, Saturday, Au- for the Republican nomination for gust 4, 1917. Jailer ot Ohio county. Subject to tho Primary Election, Saturday, AuWe are autnonzed to announce tho gust 4, 1917. 4 candidacy of .1. A. UHLLASIY for tho We nro authorized to nnnounco the Republican nomination for Judge of the Ohio County Court. Subject to candidacy of .1. W. PERKY for the tho Primary Election, Aug. 4, 1917. Republican nomination for Jailer ot Subject to tho PrlOhio county. We nro authorized to announce tho mnry Election, Saturday, August candidacy of SILAS L. STEVENS for 4, 1917. N0 the Republican iiomliiaMon for Judge Wo aro nuthorlzcd to announce the of tho Ohio County Court. Subject to the Primary Election, Saturday, candidacy of P. M. itltOWN for thu Republican nomination for Jailer of August 4, 1917. Ohio county. Subject to tho PrimaWo are authorized to announce tho ry Election, Saturday, August 4, candidacy of WINSON SMITH for the 1917. Republican nomination for Judgo of tllo Ohio County Court. Subject to Fur Assessor. the primary Election, Snturday, AuWe nre nuthorlzcd to announco the gust 4, 1917. enndfdacy of I). K. WARD for the Republican nomlnntlon for Assessor to announco the of Ohio, county. Subject to the PrlWe aro authorized for mnry Election, Saturday, August 4, candidacy of 'L. It. TK'IIKNOK the Democratic nomination for Judge 1917. of tho Ohio County Court. Subject Saturday, to tho Prlmnry Election For Coroner. August 4, 1917. We are authorized to nnnounco the cnndldncy of Dlt. A. IS. HI LEY for Tor County Attorney. tho Republican nomliintlon for CorWe nre authorized to announco the oner of Ohio county. Subject to tho candidacy of A. I). KIIIK for tho Re- W'rlmnry Election, Saturday, August . publican nomination for County Attorney of Ohio county. Subject to Fur Magistrate. tho Primary Election, Saturday, August 4, 1917. We nro nuthorlzed to announce the candidacy of W. C. DAUGHHIITY for tho Republican nomination for JusFor Comity Court Clerk. Wo nre authorized to announco the tice of Peace, Roslno Magisterial Discandidacy of V. C. ULANKENSHIP trict. Subject to tho Primary Elecfor tion, Saturday, August 4, 1917. for tho Republican nomination County Court Clerk of Ohio county. Wo nre nuthorlzcd to nnnounco the Subject to tho" Primary Election, candldncy of .IAS. A. HOLING for tho Saturday, August 4, 1917. Republican nomination for Justice of Wo aro authorized to announce the tho Peace, Sulphur Springs District. cnndldncy of M. F. CHUMLEY for the Subject to the Prlmnry Election, Sat- Republican nomination for County urdny, August 4, 1917. Court Clerk of Ohio county. Subject Wo nro nuthorlzed to nnnounco tho to tho Primary Election, Saturday, candidacy of IJ. V. JACKSON for August 4, 1917. tho Republican nomlnntlon for JusWo nro nuthorlzcd to announce the tice of tho Peace, Beaver Dam Discandidacy of L. II. COND1T for the trict. Subject to tho Prlmnry Elecfor County tion, Saturday, August 4, 1917. Republican nomination Court Clerk ot Ohio county. Subject Wo nro nuthorlzed to .announce the to the Primary Election, August 4. candidacy of SI. It. CHOWDER for 1917. tlwi Republican nomlnntlon for Justice of tho Pcaco, Roslno Magisterial For Sheriff. Subject Wo nro authorized to nnnounco the district. Snturday, to the Primary August 4, 1917. candidacy of G. A. HALIMI for the Election, RepOllcan nomination for Sheriff of Wo nro authorized to announco the Ohio county. Subject to tho Primary Election, Saturday, August 4, candidacy of W. S. DEAN for tho Re- - 1 publican nomlnntlon for Justlco or 1917. . tho Pence, Sulphur Springs Magisterial district. Subject to tho Wo aro authorized to announco the Election, Saturday, August Primary 4, 1917. candldncy of K. A. 1IKATCIIKK for tho Republican nomination for SherWo nro a Subject to the candldncy authorized to nnnounco the T iff of Ohio county. Prlmnry Election, Saturday, August Republican of S. W. LEACH for tho nomination for Justice of 4, 1917. tho Pence, Heaver Dam Magisterial district. Subject to tho Primary Wo aro authorized to announco the Election, Saturday, August 4, 1917, candldncy of (J. I JONi;S for the Republican nomination for Sheriff Wo nre nuthorlzed to nnnounco the of Ohio county. Subject to tho Pri- candldncy of J. Y. HAGEKSIAN for mary Election, Saturday, August 4. tho Domocrutlc nomlnntlon for Jus1917. tlco of tho Peace. Hartford Magisterial District. Subject to tho Primary Wo aro authorized to announco the Election, Saturday, Aug. 4, 1917. candldncy of 8. K. HKNNKTT for the Democratic nomination for Sheriff of We nro to nnnounco the Ohio county. Subject to the Primary candidacy nuthorlzcd DANIEL of J. II. Election, Saturday, August 4, 1917. Republican nomination for for tho Justlco of tho Peace, Hartletts Magisterial For Superintendent. District. Subject to tho Primary Note Women wno nro legally Election, Saturday, August 4, 1917. qualified, aro entitled to vote for School Superintendent In both PriWo nro authorized to unnounco tho mary and Filial Election.. candidacy of KD SHOWN for the ,Republican nomination for Justlco Wo nro nuthorlzcd to announce the of the Peace, Hartford Magisterial cnndldacy ot II. S. HOWARD for the 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 authorized to nnnounco tho Saturday, August 4, 1917. candidacy of Q. B. BROWN for tho Republican nomination for Justlco of Wo nro authorized to announco the tho Peace, Rockport DIstrlct Subcandidacy of MRS. I. S. MASON for ject to the Primary Election, Saturnomination for Super- day, August 4th., 1917. tho Republican intendent ot Schools of Ohio county. Subject to tho Prlmnry Election, SatWo nro authorized to nnnounco tho urday, August 4, 1917. candidacy of TOM COX, for tho Ho- publican nomination for Jutlco of tho Pence, for thu Roslno District. For Jullcr. Wo are authorized to announco the Subject to tho Primary Election, candidacy ot M. C. SIIHOADEH for August 4th., 1917. ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .... CALLON THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN FOR FINE JOB PRINTING A - - 4w -r- Liuaw 'V "'J.1 -- i.iiwn8iffitftrrin