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The Hartford republican: July 20, 1917 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1917 hao1917072001_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: July 20, 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. 6X& if H .J H J v HI Fine Job Wbrk. DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY f limit Subscription $1 per Year No. 3' Mul-Iow- VOL. XXX. HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KYM FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1917. K - moro than three days' duration imhavo to begin ntonce to get things 'SOMEWHERE IN FRANCE." posed on any of the suffragists since FRENCH ATTACKS . lit shupo (or exhibition, ANOTHER GREAT tho pollco began Interfering with I havo had a talk with tho managetheir White House picketing. Adment and they "say they will gladly dressing the defendants, 'Judge ENEMY BACK LIKELY do all In their power towards makLOAN declared his duty was exceping tho premiums as attractive as tionally difficult as they wero women ". -- .r possible and will show tho exhibitors ".'OiVV.v:-- ' i of position, reflnemont and intelliall tho favors they can to help build 5 - -congress may me up tho agriculture of this County. gence He said their acquittal, on PETAIN'S ARSIY DOES GALIiANT .'to' ..:..- rwaZ""Zf . SERVICE IN VERDUN -- . provide , the other hand, would be d asked Ohio County Is strictly an agriculkiNM "fi-A?- iKru-JSECTOR. of judicial sanction to FIVE MILLION. county and wo should do all tural j infractions of tho law. During the Inwo can to promote agricultural trial the cour,t repeatedly had promterests, and ono of tho best ways to ised suspension of Judgnveut if tho County Fair. through tho CREDIT- IS NECESSARY do this Is people what wo nro doing women would promise to discontinue . k irasrasw Show our & the Whlto House picketing. In our county, that we are not asleep Tho progress of the trial was tur... 'We havo somo as flno hogs, cattle, and Second , bulent and tho Judge frequently was First Taken, CounterLino Trenchc JVinerlcnii Policy of Fliinnclng Allies sheep, goats, ilorsea, mules, poultry Attacks compelled to threaten spectators with To Completion Of War To and all kinds of llvo stock, corn, Mcatcn Off. Continue. After ono e!Jeion for applauding. wheat, oats rye, barley, cotton, to defendant declared tho proceedings bacco, soy beam, alfalfa, timothy, wero a farce, the bailiffs wero called redtop, sweet clover and vegetables to establish nnlpr. Tho wnmnn frp - l Paris, July 17. A powerful at "Washington, July, 17. Unless tho os you wIu n,ul nnywhero, nnd lets ,. f quoiftly jieiteratcd. however, that tack h? tUe French Hhls morning on .1 prob gei incso .tilings iii in b""" nl.nn.1 n.l ouuii-- j tunforsccn dqvelops, Congress, they were arrested at tho Instance of tho lett bank ot tho Meuse resulted :ably will bo nsked before aajouri -- and exhibit tliom at tho fair and show "somo one. In the Administration," ,n the capture of German positions to au- our people and Either peoplo. what liient of tho present session on , a front of moro than a mllo and .i 11IU t...i inif .. .i.. UI1U .i. HUUU 11IIU1I b'U VU1LQ LU thorize another gigantic loan to tho wo can do In Ohio County. to a doDth ofabout rrfTn ...nonul n ll (If 7fl HflM )f his Impatience and said any further a 111 Wo ought to havo tho whole fair of a mlle' 11 S t Oil ' 1A 'declarations of that kind would be H ll II tfO AAA AAA AAA ...Ill ..A.n.1 Ml.lt !.. w f.t,uuuiuv)vvv ..... Kiuiiuun tUIUltH ti'l.li tllk.n tllltlf.l in"" ........ Tho War omco statement an- considered contempt of court. within from three to four months, at nn(l mnku lt interesting and Instruc-th- o The women on their conviction nounclng this gain says that tho Ger- rate nt which tho Government ti0 for jj10 j,eop0 when they come wera taken to tho jaU and then wero mans offered an energetic defense s. Is lending money to Entente Govern- t0 tl,e far. Then somo of our put aboard a train for tho ride to and suffered heavy losses, especlal- resslvo merchants" should get a dism lnelr counter-attacK- s. Occoquan, about twenty-fiv- e miles Indlcatlons nro that tho amount ?piny of B0IU0 0f tilCr nl09t modern ' The text of the statement reads: distant. 'will be alul improved farm Implements of all of tho second authorization "Both artilleries were actlve-l- n tho no less than the first, and may go ms to show tho people nnd pereglno of Cerny, Allies and the Call- ENLIST BEFORE YOU many ll!M,s hy d0K 80 make a good rils high as $5,000,000,000. (DRAFTED fornle plateau. ARE ' There Is oury reason to bcllcvo 8aes they would not otherwise make, "In the Champagne tho enemy re- policy of jsYou will notice the Fair Co., prethat tho Administration's Tho boys of Company H are pre- - nowed his attacks north of Mont financing tho allied Governments for pogo to put on gai0 eac), ,iny nlly u0 for active warfare In the on and regained a footing at 6ertaln purchases they mako In this country Btock that you may havo for sale, trenches. Show your patriotism and points In trench elements captured period n fenturo which should bo of gteat will be continued during tho appreciation by bringing or sending July 14. Tho artillery action con-t- o of the war, and that tho vast sums sorvico to you If you will only use It, J. C. Ilcr's grocery on Tuesday, tlnued violently In the sector of Mont will to ,uSp0se of your fine stock. to be loaned them In the future Fitzpatrfck in St. Louij July the 24th, cakes,, preserves, fry- - Haut, where we organized the ground x llop0 you wm begin at once to bo 'loaned as In thopast, at tho, lng chickens, or anything that you gained. .same rate of interest tho American proparo for this falrBomethlng for know your boys like. Remember j "On the left bank of the Meuse Government will have to pay for tba oxhhltlon and bring In .stock and BRITISH' CAPTURE SIXTEEN SUFFRAGISTS tho boys are fighting your battles operations carried out by 'us this security or En- - fnrm products for all over the county money and on tho and will appreciate being remember- - morning west of Hill 304 developed a , mako this tho greatest fair from tcnto Government bonds to bo de- (complete success for us. After strong GET WORK SENTENCE ed by folks at homo. 4 GERMAN SHIPS Treasury. point we havo n agricultural stand posited In the artillery preparation our troops about I !ovcr na,j jn this county Then come Half f Credit EvIuiiihIciI. Entertain for Miss Wedding. C:45 o'clock advanced to attack the While no official announcement (() tll0 fnr an,i BC0 these things and Miss Daisy Wedding, of Hartford, enemy lines with irresistible spirit, Govern-R- 0 i,omo from It resolved that w TAKEN IN ATTEMPT TO RUN ALL PROMINENT IN SOCIAL CIR- - Ky., who has been the guest this Notwithstanding the energetic lias been mnd6 of what tho MLOCKADE, TWO OTHERS CLES REFUSED TO PAY ment Intends to do toward contlnu- wJU BUrpagg anything In exhibits we of her former room-mat- e at tense of tho Germans we recaptured DISA1ILED. FINE. .ing to nuance tho Allies when tho- ,)aa next yean Uy j0llg this you . Dopauw- - University. Miss Flossie in a few minutes trenches which. Tho V oxpresent loan of $3,000,000,000 is can lnil)a up your C0Unty faster than Alien, has been the honor guest at enemy had occupied since June 29. way and hausted, ... .. hone is likely to be ,nost a number of social functions given b7 "Pushing our advantage further ... . ... . nTmirTri .l.A flnlnllnn nt tllO ununuou, Washington, July 17. Sixteen the young ladles of the latter's social we carried German positions made unill auur mu London, July 17. The Admlrallty tt. County Agent. next Liberty Loan somo tlmo during announces the capturo of four Ger- - women suffragists, arrested while Aurora, Ind., Bulletin. ' ,yond on a front of 2,500 meters on nean - i . tho fall, It Is pointed out that participating In the Woman's Party man steamers by Bjltish destroj-er- s j both sides of tho road between Esnes oneJialf of the $3,000,000,000 al- - MAN WHO CRITICIZED . o In GASOLJNE EXPLODES; Day Demonstration" "Bastllo isorin ami MaianCourt. The entire x first Tlio GOVERNMENT FREED exhausted. f.,u- - linn linen .Bmcn'nn the Pellworm, front of the White House, were sentFIRE SWEEPS TOWN German line fell into our hands. A ,.t..nnnt nf credits nlaced.... to foreign to serve tho Brietzolg, thq Marie Hornand the enced hi police, court y .. t n nt little later the second enemy line, .HI xew York, July k. a cuizen t a Heinz Blumberg. Governments already is ji.auj.uuu.July 17 Cosby Vlc' after a aesperato engagement sixty days In tho District of ColumPari". lti cent, of rght to criticize tho Government burned In whlch a(lmrablo valor was 'displayed 000. or approximately 43 pep Two other German steamers were bia, workhouse for obstructing tho a merchui:'. was y liiianc- by Justice Peter a fire wli ch swovii Mooroflei i. six hy our soi,uerS, was likewise the total and this covers the twenty was upheld with tho four vessels later captured sidewalks. j. Uendrlck, ot tho State Supromo when tho group was signalled by the" The women were given tho alter- lng of only two months nnd from this ell, today. A gaso- 'Court, in granting n writ ot habeas Dritlsh war craft. All six made for tho native of paying $25 fines, but the ;ne- expiof n caused '.lie nro, wnica quoreii. ,l,,y8. Counter-Attacks Relinked. Total credits to tho Allies probably corpus 'setting freo Harry Aurln, Dutch coast and two of them reach-- j promptly refused tho offer and were M". Vlce'H t'cre, Dr. L K. "The advance reached a depth of approximate U.500.000,000 by sentenced to thirty days Imprison-dul- y ed the shore. These two wero badly taken to the workhouseNat Occoquan, Sin anger's 3ulldlng, tho Post'iAlce, will Our line has 25, threo months after tho sign- - ,nent ,y a Magistrate for disorderly damaged Nby gunfire... Va., and turned over to a matron karber shop, the C. O Colo Bui ding about one kilometer. ng of the War Financo Rill under conduct afterho had distributed l C. ntvble, thus been carried forward from tho warehouse, J. Tho captured steamers nro all who saw that each got a shower bath authority for tho loan was cuinrs containing oxtracts from tho small, tho largest being tho Brletzelg, and exchanged her clothes Cor a Slramonds' shop and p.rrage an.l th- soutneastern enu oi Avocouri voou, Should' tho loans united States Constitution and the given by Congress. e prison dress. To- f.. W. Kash offlce. Dynamlto was as l as tho Western slopes of Hill of 1,495 tons gross, owned in Ham-'bur- heavy Wood. thru next threo montliB.be at Declaration of Independence togoth-th- o during tho The Pellworm, 1,370 tons morrow they will be assigned to the used to check the flames.. The loss 304, passing counter-attacK- Comard s "Does our gross, launcneu "Several same rato ns during the past cr wtn tho question: was owned In Hamburg. sewing room of tho prison, where Is estimated at $15,000 also by tho enemy in the courso ot tho threo, tho entlro $3,000,000,000 will Government llo up to these prln-b- o I Tho Marie "Horn, 1,088 tons, is from they will work soven hours dally. jclplos?" I 'afternoon wero crushed by our nre. exhausted by October 25. Schleswlg, and tho Heinz Blumberg, Tonight tho party's headquarters TO THE REPUBLICANS authority of Congress tho . jU8tico Hendrlck said a mlscon- - 1,220 tons, Is registered from Ham hero was in a flurry of uncertainty OF OHIO COUNTY 'The Germans suffered Very heavy Without 'losses. The number of unwounded Covernmcnt cannot exceed the ?3,- - COptlon of the distinction between an burg, i over tho question whether the womn 000,000,000 limit named In tho bill! incitement to violate tho law and a GetTtlemen: When I announced prisoners reached 425, ot whom IS should bo permitted to serve their - i s snC jad tho next session of Congress will criticism of the law," had arisen! Ho CHURCHILL RETURNS setnonces without protest or whether my' candidacy for tho Republican j wero officers. country "Belgian assorted every ono In the Thtl not conveno until December. communication nomination for Representatlvo it was TO BRITISH CABINET the cases should be appclaed. had the right to criticize tho Govem- Halt Million Monthly. , Early in tho evening thero was a my purpose to mako a thorough can- - enemy batteries directed their flro Durlng the first threo months tho mont and tho laws that exist, phlefly against our communi-clalm- s that there vass, meet the voters and present my y London, July 17. Sir Edward positive announcement Reminded by an Assistant District rato of lending has' been npproxl- for the ofllce, but two weeks cations and batteries behind Stoenv. post as would be no appeal, but later that Carson hns rellnnulshed his matoly $500,000,000 a month. Ex- Attorney thnt tho defendant had ! my canvass straote. Lord of the Admiralty and was recalled and It was said there ago, while prosecuting lt would mean an nnnual loan printed In larger sectoncos from tho First tho war cabinet without port- probably would bo no decision until I was seriously hurt in a runaway ( "Eastern Theater, July 1G. Tho fended Joined assort-fundof $0,000,000,000 abroad , all tho Declaration of Independence accident- - and am now confined to my enemy artillery during tho night an- tomrorow.. according to an official of courso. being spent In this jnB jt la the right of tho people to folio, iffw ministerial apAltho no ono nt tho headquarters room", nnd probably shall bo until violently bombarded our trenches on country for foodstuffs, munitions and abolish oppressive Governmonts?Jus-otho- r nouncement of th"b primary. Howovor, I had already 'the Vardar front. iTo tho Northwest pointments Issued this evening. Sir would confirm It, there wore Indlcta-tlon- s supplies. Estimated costs to tho .tC0 Hendrlck said: , why, that's In tho Declaration of Edward will bo succeeded .by Sir that the courso ot tho women's met a largo number of our voters of Monastlr an onenly surprise attack American Government for its mill-might bo determined finally and had received such encourage- - against our positions at Tarvona was Wo all bellevo that Eric Campboll Geddes, who has been friends tnry and naval establishments during independence. ment that I shall now confidently repulsed after spirited grenade flght- General of munitions supply. by tho attitude of Dudley Field tho first j car df war wore placed at nnJ n i8 wimt tho united press of tho director Collector of Customs at Now placo my Interest In tho hands of lng." sucWinston Spencor Churchill soon country Is urging upon Gormnny at approximately $4,000,000,000 Christopher Addison as York, who caino hero to tostlfy for my frionds, and with thjs nubllg tho present time. It Is what tho i ceeds Dr. tho war was declared. after Minister ot Munitions, Dr. Addison tho women, and lator nsked the couit statomont of my position await tho I ASSISTANT SECRETARY The total of theso two Items, ft Is peoplo havo dono in Russia." OF THE INTERIOR DIErf permitted to act as their coun- result. Secretary Appeal will bo taken from Justico becoming a Minister without portfol-- j to bo believed, was tho flguro If nominated I pledge the party to I -, charge- - of reconstruction. sel. Tho lequcst was granted. Pollco io in McAdoo had In mind when ho do- I H0ndiick's doclsion, it is said. Washington, July 17. Bo, . .. 1m.Edwin Samuol Montagu, a former Judge Mullowny giving him tempor- mako a through and nggresslvo can- w plnroil in ins roceiu biiuk.-ihj- !. of tho County, nnd while un- - ey, Assistant Secretary of tho Minister, is mado Secretary ary authority to act as a momber ot Cabinet halt of tho Liberty Loan that tho AMERICAN COLLIER oposed to tho corruption lor, died suddenly at his homo hero tho Washington bar, but Instead ot WHIPS 8UBMARI nj: lot India. Govcrnmjmt would bo called upon to angina pectoris. Ho had s Ono of tho most acceptablo ap-- 1 taking, auy legal steps on behalf of of eloctlons.I shall cheerfully con- today from during tho rnlso $10,000,000,000 to tho tribute my share to tho fund for the suffered with tho disease for some plontmchts, as far as tho general tho women, Mr.,Malono went Pott, July 17. An Atlantic y first year of war. expenses of the campaign, time, but remained at his desk and bombardment of St. Michaels public Is concerned, Is that of Mr. Whlto House for a long conference legitimate Present Indications aro tnai uito-.-ui- o ' and if elected I shall stand for all few of his frionds know his splendid gross will remain In session till lato ( Azores!" on July 4, by a Gorman Bub-i- n Montagu, Ho is ono of tho very fow with President Wilson. Mr. was undermined. Asqulth administraWhat happened at tho conference measures proposed for public morals, physique ' October, and that tho War Revo- - marine was at first thought to bo a members bf tho Secre-Stat- o by'Amerl-jncasurwas not revealed, but Mr. Malono tho material developoment of tho Sweeney and been Assistant tion, In which ho was Minister ot nuo Bill will bo tho last of tho big Fourth of July celobratlou and for the equality of our tary since 1914, wh,en ho loft his law awey visibly pprturbed, and to bo disposed of. It 1b not can naval ships In pprt," AUd tho Munitions, 'to Join tho Lloyd Georgo camo practice at Soattlo to Join Secretary Montagu has had con- thorp were many rumors that ho had citizens boforo tho law. unlikely that authorization for tho ' captain of a British steamship from ministry, Mr. Now fellow Republicans, I ask you Lano. Ho, was 53 years old and a na-I- n siderable experience in tho affairs df resigned his collectorshlp and would additional loan to tho Allies, when Lisbon and St. Michaels, which to a candidate whotlve of Missouri. Ho nrikctlced law fairness up actively tho fight ot tho will bo taken up 4ibout tho rived lioro today. The firing began India, having ouco held tho post of tako BUffraglsts, who repeatedly havo been through an unfortunato accident is 'at Trinidad, Col., and served In tho for India. same tlmo, possibly as an amendment oarly In the morning, ho said, but ug b'bforo going to In potlco court during tho recent unable to personally prosecuto his .Colorado Legislature tho shells commenced to explode V to tho Itovonuo Bill. .' at canvass to mako inquiry of my fltne&s Seattle weeks for their" demonstrations over tho city the Illusion that Itwaa FOUR SUBMARINES ofllco and tf j ARE SENT DOWN President Wilson's doorstep. Those and worthiness for tho Indopendonco day prog- part of an TO THE CITIZENS President Ll Through. rumors Mr. Malono himself would my ago, experience, ability and a Hfo- OF OHIO COUNTY iaui was quickly dispelled. " loyal party sorvlce command , Poking, Monday, July 1C. Tunn tlmo of London, July 17. Four of tho noltlior deny nor affirm. j An American collier In port re- Clh-Ju- l, who commanded tho repub-th- o Tho Collector spent nearly an hour your support 'I shull accept lt with German " notico that our County Fair has turned the submarine's flro with such largest and most modem I warmest gratitude, and If nom- - Ilcan forces which defeated the and volumno that, tho submarines wero destroyed by Ameri- With Mo Wilson. When ho departbeen let for Sop. 26th, to 29th, in- precision and elected I nssuro you my tempt to restoro the monarchy, has fore conveying ed from the Exocutivo offices his face and it will not tako that long undorsea craft soon submerged. Tho can warships, which elusive ot conduct in tho Houso of Rcpresentn- - definitely assumed tho premiership tho first Installment ot Amerlcun and manner showed ovtdenco toTtoll around,, and I would like to. British steamship captain, who was troops to rt great emotion and ho walked rapidly tlves shall, to tho extent of my 'and has also taken ovor tho war Franco, according to a of tho fight, said that callyour attention to thoi necessity 'nu away leaving u taxlcab which had ability, reflect credit upon tho party portfolio. from German sources as con was 300 feet long and ot mailing this an Agricultural Fair tho President Ll Yuan Hung has an in a Rome dispatch to a Homo broueht him from his hotel standing that honored mo. as much as possible. To do this you carried two guns. Ono girl and a tained agency nnd forawrded nounced his decision not to reauino Very obledlently yours, fat tho gate. from news will havo to get 'up something to' man wero killed In St. Michaels by ofllco. ' Today's sentences were tho first ot (ad) W. L. LAWLACB, M. D. Romo by tho Ceutral Nows. exhibit, and this means that you wlU Qerman Bhells. 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Frorident to and tb Tb "laraollt." a rfwtft4 Mt 'Kditba, is it necessary to refer to the National O.knto to fcaw. traaipi wblcb lit U pf4Bjt srorif of wl, k'vt a .,. ...v.. fd will be put alyyard fcbips a fat your father In tbat way?" her mother , . .,... ll'btn ycu Telephone Sviih wai iwvuhbk v, u ior i.....i.... ;'VTW'' -- "' :.".: a tb flblui4uK IJoard U abl to pro-- injulrod. reproachfully. .y ir CTr o A i Vmlo mm Vvl U, , tb W bb. ow training. r iare flJ rffciv:u a taiiafaatory '(rBKlue Cause of IcjKiii(lenfy. planni-'l- , was to bare as orinally CUMBERLAND If ;, tbe "laraelUo" are no farth .i.- UfAiny .jW L abiit tbra Despondency lHjftj cauked by been rery brief, but tbe lack of of tbe loaal polke tban tbelr you Kui er ab-W,m linury and and constipation, AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY (( wore of Fbrob' amy. iiawoniV. a tttiuwa. can be fctatod without violation oi quickly disappears when Chamber-Iain'- s tur jeporU bare been lded with military secreU tbat i is the hope of Incorporated Wkos UU 'Ialoii wa Tablets are taken. These taband strengthen tbe digestion UMimrd Coffln. Alrciaft KmtH u- - 'blef Mw4wy tbat tbe "raelile" tbe departHient to have a large lets O. F. UIDDLF, MAXAGKH, ' were under HAIITFOKD, KY. Mplclon of IxHnk frirtd-kob m yjinusr, tBllo-- l of the guarCsmen In Burofw znove the bowels. Uj Germauy. enalneem wen who fcew ibj- - ly , bbfore the tnow A lew day ao a woman would be oarnestly asked what have average for the United States Is one HHI1S KXGLIKII It.iC'i: ilH9 MiKliieM "itir tba tbelr own that kh phoned tbe livening DO.MIXATIXG WOULD wo really fought for, why have mi ctir for every twenty-ninlocked thoN In a touwcll persons, .j . i. ... .. uf.llyluM l.ilil .... utttrm tit ttl .1, iKbu .,,.., tiff ....-- , ... . many Germans fallen, so innny crip- - according to figures presented I tlio t. j. loom wit mm mm inn mum. FOR FLETCHER'S near wtviua aim sra.j. Hi beat tbe "juraemea Amsterdam, July 14. A wrJier in pled, why these, giant taxes, this Olllce of IHibllc Koads, United State "Hoy. M' h 1" s aeroplane will do' 11,' v.ay and heard thew talklnt; Ger-lof ruined, German welfaro? The ground Department of Agriculture, In the Junker organ JUlr- 'fl' top;iot'"b eK,He man. then prepared for disintegrating culnr 73. Uerlln, drawn a dismal picture of the sot wftbout Heglstr.v "Aiitomobllo L'ai't. J. H. Lyoiw reportwl to th COFFFIt FIKIIFI) OFT il mum jioverful than any- to Germany of a peace oclal democracy." Itobtor comsee.uenttlons. Llcensos and Kevenues in Hio Ibliij; yon ever thOHKkt of, ami that, polite that the "Israelite" had been OF OIL TANK OX HUH without increased power and ani United States, 19 IQ." u j Dullness 8cliiilun.:.:p. nexations. oM fee turned out in ualte. If run out of Miami, Flu., for treason-1'ho Now England States wero more Kov take olf your "Me iilteranci. "Seeing that after the lAv order We have for salo, a scholarship, uniformly supplied with motorcars What apHe says: New York, July 16 J'he iiolke have heen on the trail parently wan a plot to miiiukkIo natural exhaustion of audi a giant good for a complcto course in either than any other kectlon. They of the "ImaolHoN" hut they r.tiiwi to U'oik war, Germany could not soon con- Bookkeeping and Accoutring or to Germany was bared one car fo ubout every tweno I'oitt, They did They ioo iUmy,m and have jv.lnii the captain and engineer of a template a fresh struggle, Great Stenographers Course lu tho Owens-bor- seven persons. Mutual example of Iho heal uvlutioii Duslncss & ludustrlal College. NorvolKiui kteauier were arralKned Ilritaln and America would think, State Tho prosperous corn-bei .MiimIij lU'lletfd. iiiiuM. Fiimili. KiKlikh and German Cotninlflsloner after a Beheld eman peaco, they could For particulars apply at Hepubllcan also showed n fairly uniform dUtiluu- before United Htate Unusual work, bendluK and lifting Hitchcock. They were held In heavy treat Germany as they liked. plxi.u In offlce, to pledM end plikeil the tf Hon of yr8. Tho South, which docn knl two or ktntnuouH exorclxu U u attain on ball, out of euclr. Then iliey not H08SPSS tin crp.it mil on CO of llU- m other wordB, an How ,llie tuuituliM, they become gore nnd wu (He)f)HM about euch pleui: by a world domination would be firmly .)XK IOWAX IX UVKKY overhauled nrovud nubile roml n niher sections Tbe In pain. are crippled i:i.F.Vi:.N OWXH AUTO 6t the country, had relatively fewer It?" tN Wu liilpoe uaiillyand "Mow inn ktlll, youl.lulment hrliiKMandyou rjulck United Hluten destroyer off litsw York established and Germany Itself prodiintlon?" HIohii'h 0 would be regarded as a second rate wo ddupl Jl'to ears In proportion to population. The Federal authorities found ' In u IIiihk.m 'relief, euky to upply, It pkiietratoH Washington, July 1C. I own led Tbey look off Ihl Jil' -feet of Iimulutcd copper aboard power, Great Urltain thereby, tho United States In 1U1G In the litMl would huve kept ft from hnliiK without luhhliiK und drlvou out' the which wuh not Included In the manireality attaining Its war aim tools. They MiiMiiieaH. A clear ll'iuld, cleaner fest. The men were churk'ed, techbaudli'd wlh "Uellef in unlimited military and, number of niotorcnm registered m Hum musky plukterit or oliitiuontu, It nically, with atteiuptliii: to take un iimrltimo superiority by Ilritaln and proportion to population, raw Ibl oChar pleoe wa aimoki sho had llite a maiidiud Aiuerleun pml doe not ktalu the vkfu or cloi; the declarc1 coeds out of the port. North America would henceforth do- one car for overy oluvcit persons. For Infants and Children and made It exuully nllke They kaw lioro. AlwuyH liuve u hottle handy Meantime the Goveriiiueut will look minate tho world. Hut a reaction, California was n close hocoiuI with , for Hiu pulim uclie of rheuiuutlHin, mote deeply Into the taiO on the thru un unsatisfactory peace, on our ono car to evory twelve Inhabitants. In Use For oil Ihl Mit (he leu 1'ieui.h utiiililii-Incopeitrm 'lould lie out lo four. Kout, Imulmco, firlppu, hruUeM, theory lliat It wu a smuKKllne llut. Internal political TrftT would bo tho Nebraska and South Dakota had ouo Always pears 17 the V hubkuohu ami all external pain. Tliey (ioiwiiIIihI Hie 1'ieiuih mid The tvo prlMoiiurn are I'etur Klijar worst result. With tho first Joy at for every thirteen. Arkniuns could Signature of &a&ttt&A4K 3 sen und his chief eiiKlnver.Jo'hn Lar' (ho ending of tho war tho question show but ono for every lie. IlillUh uvlatloii oxjiorU wllh JolIm( At your ilnnjulnt, 2Gc. The - uh.ti. v, o.ii wii iil hn uriAttUhA Kick rabidly to tiK.- (Miitiii. Ja a&4 lirl'Ub .rM. Yiu 4pihi Awt tk aivj '.utv, ih vA uMtmAHrtuK FwA l"iuy.urnh" to aiB. It as tiwaarj for application. lzzVk Dr A. T McConalck, of Bowling , tlgbty-on- e JOBfl r. xamisbd jalJUary vbifk is tfa kaadliug of Green, today 4 Chs'M- K'k., wy of It "i bar pbyridani for tnlce, and accepted trtJuJcK caiss la'ASfc tbat the huriniu'x OAl'; awi DJarho-- a Ixty-ala- e of tbn. tbat can b fooad ia tb matter of )a y fatstfy ab4 cau Miykoif vrtlf ,b tb lot of tbe U fc b4fl au axepLtoaally latstruction Bidnner. The Kditba was ad in i ring her new sumt In ifjunwltMi wlib tie aanonnc-iMmer frock. of tbe trataluz camps it havk -"Isn't It wonderful," she Eald, is absolutely known tbat O.V IJ.JJK Fl. KT FF" Xi; doubt of tb Jntestioa of tb War "tbat all this illk comes from an & i7"" fiav "" 0'xL PatfaeJi. Kr-- . Jsly IS. Dr. DfU ctty, a. paysfeica, 6- - Cardvoli, of tkis Mflwawi. oi ta i kas itadfc sppUcatoa to ti "War D- tloBat Car4 c&sbim pzrta)at to eater the Medical Corps trkicii trttl t wrrloe ia Fraace. Tkfe stU- of tb KB'iti:r and b).w4 by MaJ. Dr. CardutJI vas exaxainbd today rfilHta wai Cs. Lfeuaard "HVd, I" S. A., coin-- 1 lor rrie, but a bo prorttion ba .-ti - a wvctrs of Cos- - 4 I : '" '" w( mort far- - J " Jtea it, c 1tk Ctarlw-b;artr t CTwood 4 tpial br Frequently, she is called upon to act quickly in emergencies when courage and presence of mind-arrequired. e Kwy. a4 jwu7. Iiodr bit ut Ken-tuckla- n. Cail No more loyal and conscientious group, of workers can be found than the young women at the switchboard. i? 5 kit tb-rf- e jofr la,-Ur- airew d uu .,... ro4 Wrtt -- Their service extended by your can be n. greatly 7..:. , TELEPHONE rbel. "'in' J3Jj Utvi iktru per-cent- aj; tt tele-tikMt- , ..,. Ft ;. Children Ory e CASTO RIA to-da- y Kreuz-Zcltun- g, i,,r-1- - ( ' I aver-uri- vaitlNliijd.-I.OMlNVll. le o lt I ll Hom-ih- Ahglo-Amsrlcs- n voxt-.c- l 10,-00- I hlKh-kpee- CASTO RJ A 0vr30 Yers wtlff-tuih- tt, .r !f s " - jf t I U. a search will be mado thru them Utr' hcen brought faco to face with the ' tho namq of his boy. fact that there Is a dearth of volun- ANCHORED BRITISH . teers among physicians under thlrty-flv- o years of ago. WARSHIP BLOWN UP HOSPITAL SHIP RUILT TO KAISER'S THROAT NAVIOATK TIGRIS RIVER Dr. J. C. Dloodgood, of Daltlmoro, who Is chairman of the Commuted London, July 14. A now hospital tho kmharoo may fokcis on Preparedness ofreceivedSouthern INTKHNAL KXPLOSION SINKS ship completed and Inspected this food Association, letter DRL'ADNOUfJUT ONLY .1 ON xi:utrals,ixto thi: world Medical physlclanot ono of thoa trainweek boforo being sent to Mesopotafrom a 5arxagi:. HOARD KSC.U'K. mia for service on the Tigris, is calling enmps, which stated that in that ed "Tho King's Ship" and has a Lea nip SO per cent, of the 400 phy draught of only threo feet six Inches. sicians In training arc moro than London, July 14. Tho British bat- Tho vessel will bo ablo to navigate 15. Uncle thirty-fivJuly Washington, tleship Vanguard blfw up and rank tho Tigris as far as the Hamrln Hills Sam's grip Is tightening around the "This Is a distressing Index to consays an official statement at n speed of ten knots. Kalscr'K lirout. ditions," said Dr. njoodgood, in com- un July 9, by the British AdJt'ufd There are 180 beds for serlou3 Your undo Is about to demon- menting on tho statement. 'There Is cases with accomodation for minor strate that Micro Is mora than one a crying need for doctors under miralty. An Internal explosion .whllo M10 casualties, a flying apparatus, lifts thlrty-flv- o In the medical kind of ruthlessncss. roserv" "hlp'Was'it anchor caused the dis- to move serious cases from ono deck Thd particular kind of ruthlessnesa .corps; tho army must liavo them. aster to tho Vanguard. Only throe to another, wards" for mental cases with which he Is going to answer tho simply must have them, nnd tho bloody kind Is oxprcsscd by tlon and the profession should take men of those on board survived and and Isolation rooms. died. Twen-ly-foSpecial care has been given to the rather harmless sounding word, tho fact to heart. Men under thlrty-flv- c oho of them has since men, ventilation, the boat Is oil driven and officers and seventy-on- e "embargo." must bear tho burden of the on board at tho lias four rudders which, on expert President Wilson has proclaimed medical work on the battlefields," however, were not time of tho explosion. stated, will enable It to be turned to tho world that after July 15, no and yet the, doctors under thirty-fiv- e Tho official statement reads: llko a taxlcab. commodity that is essential to tho aro not coming forward In any'II. M. S. Vanguard, Capt. James making of war may bo shipped from thing llko suulclcnt numbers. D. Dick, blew up whllo at anchor on A'lL'oir.ebllo schools exclusively tor country to any other country llloodgood said that of 11,000 Dr. this n- the night of July 9 as tho result sfj women have been established doctors who have' received commisswithout license. explosion. ccntiy in many cltlt-- t thruout ins This means that no.Hccnso will be ions for tho medical reserve corps, or an Internal "The ship sank Immediately and Unite 1 States. . d granted for Uio export of a ton of for whom commissions aro being thero wero only three survivors ; or material that can by any pared, only about 1,150 aro under among thoso aboard ship at the time Lmicy Sat Up! way to Germany. thlrty-flv- o possibility And its years old. Louisville A "Jack Johnpn" had exploded of the dlsastor ono offlcer and two Tlrst fhe necessities of the people I I'ost. men. Tho officer" has slnco died. with a defenlng roar and Murphy, con-- J m of tho United States will be ofwiping his eyes of mud with his reThere wero, however,, twenty-fou- r sldercd, n"Xt tho requirements of our j Don't Let Your CoiibIi 'Hh'iir On. men not on spirator, loked round to see Clancy, anything1 loft, tho . a cough that racks and weakens ficers and seventy-on- o allies. If there is Irlnglng tho his chum, lying very still. your board at tho time, thus neutral nations M11 bo allowed to 13 dangerous, it undermines to ninety-seve- . "Spako to me, Terrence," "he only in such qtianl- - j health and thrives on neglect. Ue-tl- total number of surviovors purchase it, but whispered. "Aro yc alive or dead?" as aro absolutely necessary for j novo It at once with Dr. King's New -"A full Inquiry has been ordered." "Dead!" faintly murmured Clancy. Discovery. This soothing balsam rem their own use. The British battleship Vanguaid "What a liar tlftj mail is!" soliloit will b(j up to tho noutrals to .,) heals the throat, loosens the, displaced 19250 tons and her com quized Murphy, much relieved. prove, what their necessities are and phlegm, Its antiseptic properties kill' war was S 0 men. Then Clancy sat up. toglve such guarantees as will satis- - Jthe germ and the cold Is quickly plement before tho "Yo know I must be dead, MurTho Vanguard belonged to tho St. fy the President that there will bo no broken up. CliUilrcu and grown Vincent class of dreadnoughts and phy," ho said, "or It isn't the likes transhipment to Germany. ups allko nnd Dr. King's New Diswas launched In March, 1909. The av jo would be afther calling me a Tho President's embargo procla- - covery pleasant to take as well ns long with a llarh" Exchange. Important effective. Have a bottle handy In Vanguard was G30 feet matlon is by far the most q feet and a draft beam of eighty-fou- r action this Government has taken your medicine chest for grippe, croup feet. Her arma; AMERICA MUST SEND of twenty-seve- n war against Ger and all bronchial affections. At slnco It declared . ment consisted of ten twelve-Inc- h MILLION MEN TO FRANCE many. Our military preparations ,jrUggSt8, 50c. 3 and four guns, eighteen .four-inc- h course, vital but they can not nre, of in addition to thero ' With tho American Expeditionary possibly lie offectlvo for many months v IIOLi: .MINK OUTPUT torpedo tubes. Army In France, July S (passed by embargo hits Germany now, The FOK KIYKIISIDK PLANT . censor). At the end of the first week and hits her In her most vulnerable NOTK TO NKUTRALS UPON of tho American expeditionary army spot her stomach. In order to take care of Its fuel KM1SAKRO IIANDKI) SP.VTX in Franco ono fact stands out above doubt problem the Louisville Gas &. ElecThero Is not tho slightest all others: that millions upon milions of tons tric Company has arranged for the 13. Tho AmerKan Paris, '.'. America must send men a millof food and other materials havo been output of a mine at Render, Ky,., 112 Kmbassay at Madrid made public ion men. tho miles from Louisville on tho Illinois from leaking Into Germany Wilyesterday a note from President Food conditions In France are. If United States thru tho neutral coun- Central railroad, aud made a con- son to the Spanish Government justries contiguous to Germany. with tho Pullman Company fo'r tifying the measures taken by tho anything, better than they had been tract Is a sufficiency to be. So long as thfscontlnued the effort twenty-liv- e steel cars to be delivered regarding exportation, reported supplies, There though to say that by in Soptcmber. The mlno belonged to United States of food to bring Germany to her kneos corsas a dispatch from tho Madrid thero Is. plenty would be exaggerateconomic pressure was bound to tall. tho McIIonry Coal Company. It will respondent of the Echo do Paris. Gliimge. Violent Coal bo oneroted by tho Render according to the dis- ing. Tho note, Widows people this land. MournYet the embargo policy Involved company, and tho Loulsvlllo Gas patch, explains that tho measures ing is the national costume, chango In our attitude Klectric Company will take tho enhucIi a violent Indispensablo for conservation were Tho spirit of tho people is indomas Jo tho rights of neutrals that wc tire output. of food and fodder supplies and of havo adopted It only as a last resort. It is understood that active mining tho raw materials necessary for naval itable but weary. "Wo havo done That we have been forced to adopt operations have been started, and by and military uses. Embodied In the our duty to our home country, to the It and virtually say to the neutral na - jaliuary tho n,Ino capacity is ex noto was tho proclamation of tltfj world to democracy," they say. "Let ," tlons, "fight with us or eat wnn pected to reach 8,000 tons monthly. President in which he annunced the America now serve." Is duo in great measure to Tho The American troops havo caught output during tho next few Interdiction on the export of certain tho spirit, that comes from a true the cowardice and cupidity of the months will be stored for the winter. supplies. understanding of the situation. noutrals themselves. Tho rapid incroaso In power sales, No hatred is shown by our troops Germany has stood and Is standing especially since the location of the OKKICER'S RRIDK GOKS only over 'thorn with tho threat of tho cantonment HIM AS SOLDIER to tho German war prisoners has Inslto here, WITH pity. But the woes ot France are mailed fist if they do not help feed creased the fuel problem, which tho her. And at the same time ;dip new arangomcut-wl- ll take care or. An Atlantic Port, July 1C Somo-whe- Invoking a deeprooted ire against tho s threatens., sho tempts with unheard In Franco is a Sergeant In the kaiser. Our men seem to grasp what of prices for what sho wants. ri.Kirr .plan's American army who was married they aro fighting for and aro re rraziliax As soon as Undo Sam's embargo , TO PATROL KNTIRK COAST just before he left tho United States solved to triumph. working order good gets Into Our casualties will bo heavy. The and ventured to take his brldo with thero not only will not bo any surRio Janeiro, Brazil, July 15. An him on the transport which carried country must bo, prepared for ter-rlbplus food in tho neutral countries; agreement has boon reached under hi regiment overseas. She went with losses. thero will actually Mie bucIi a food which the Brazilian licet will assume him as a soldier dresed in regulation scarcity that they will all havo to tho responsibility for patrolling the khaki and with her hair cut short". AMERICAN RARKENTINE "go on a ration basis,. - SUNK; CREW UNINJURED y cntlro Brazilian coast line, from tho tho young woman returned For America and lier Allies arc not Guiana border to tho southorn boun- fiom France, her effort to pose as a going to pormlt tho people of the dary of Brazil, Foreign Minister Pe-- 4 '"Sammio" having failed. Her husLondon, July 10. Tho American neutral natlonsMo eat threo square, canha conferred with the Marino Min- band, it was said abtJard tho steam- barkentlno Hildegard (&22 tons) meals a day at tho Allle's expenso un- ister today in regard to putting this ship, wtj a member of a regiment has been sunk. The crew has landless these nations earn this right by program Into Immediate effect. ed uninjured. Tho Hildogard was formerly stationed in Arizona. Joining them In tho war against Ger"The vessel also brought back the bound from Havre for St. Thomas, man autocracy. Announcement whs made In Wash- body of a soldier who died onthe West Indies, and was attacked this It Is not considered at all unlike- ington on Juno 30 that tho Brazilian tilp over.. morning whllo becalmed. . with ly ln diplomatic circles hero that navy had begun to Tho submarine fired six shots withAmerica's embargo policy will force tho Amorlcan warships In South AmHer Slightest WWi. out hitting the vessel; then tho crow Mrs. Moon Before wo woro mar- of ten American citizens took to the the noutrals one by one Into the war erican wateis In hunting for German ried you said that my slightest wish boats. Tho submarlno approached ngalnst Germany. submarines. sea raiders and would bo your law. It Is argued that tho neutral's and towed tho boat back to tho HilJs Mr. Moon Exactly, my love, but degard, which she sank with bombs. statesmen ,wlll soofi see that this you have so many vigorous and literally a world war In which every Tho Germans told (he Americans wishes that I'm as yet un- to row for their lives, as they werp nation must choose ono side or tho able to decide, as to which Is tho about to attack another American othor and bear its full sharo of tho slightest. burden or bo crushed between tho vesol whick was expected along two great contending forces. Thero shortly. Such A Difference. Is not ono of tho neutrals lhat Is McNab, you miss from "I sunnoso. Mrs. anywhere near solfsustalnlng PILOT OF 'ROBERT E. LEE very much now ho ha3 tho standpoint of food. They are all Woman Saved From a Seri- your husband IX FAMOUS RACE IS DEAD gono to tho front?" ous Surgical Operation absolutely dependent' on tho Allies "Well, sir. It do seem strango to n,ni,. miniina nnd to a great exNow Orleans, La July 9. Capt. como Into tho shop and find some Max Ulanchanl, for sixty-seve- n for the shlplpng to bring it to yeara 'tent Louisville, Ky. "For four years I thing In tho till." Passing Show. l them, a lMlot, captain aud owner of vessels suffered from femalo troubles, head. 0 Tho situation of such neutrals ns aches, and nervousness. I could not on the Mississippi River, died at his $ Bread Tickets Forced. HolTaird, Denmark, Sweden and Nor- - sleep, had no appetite and it hurt mo to According home here Wednesday night, aged 87 any If tried yw. Is. to say tho least, unenvmui-j- . walk. havoI to lie to do beforework, I to Amsterdam. r, July 14. C.000,000 Gapt DIanchard was pilot on tho down would it was tho What tho futuro may havo in storo finished. The doc- ferpfru bread tickets havo boen put old steamboat Itobort E. Lee in its tors Bald I would for them no man can oven guohs. celebrated rate to St. I.ouls against tbo havo to bo opera- Into circulation In Germany, and the tho Natchez In 1871, nt tho flnl.li of Hut then, so far as that thereby Is estimated at ted on and 1 simply lots it bread same may be said of tho bolllgoront which tho Leo burned. broke down. A ovur three hundred thousand tons. nations. friend advised m? ? to try Lydia E. MISSING SONS MAY BE PLOT TO 1'KKK INTKItXKl) Pinkham's v ogo-tnbl- o CWRMAXS IK IlSCOVKRKl FOIJN1) THRU DRAFT Compound, FOR FLETCHER'S nnd tho result is t Atlanta, Ga., July 10. An lnvoetl feel like a new wom f Indianapolis, July lft Many sortonight by! an. 1 am well and rowful mothers and fathers aro going gnflonwas bolus made , -&strong-do all my military authorities at Ft. McPherson by tho conscrip own house work and to bo mado happy YOUNG PHVSICIA.NH find In an effort to place responsibility NOT HKUlJlNO CALL havo an eip;ht pound baby jjlrl. I know tion act. Hundreds ot them will Alieady the for what appears to liav been an L.yui3 u. rmwiam a vogetauio uom- - tholr long lost sons. ' J""".U to liberate 100 German sailor ..... . "'"" ",u """ u" UP""" Stato conscription office is belni? f .!, .,1iv.lelnn A iseiecuv umii Uk v ..- -, which ovory woman uroads.'' Mrs. appeals from moth-or- s Interned here. service In Nellih Eishbacic, 1521 Christy Ave, bombarded with, of tho United States Oillcors admitted thoy had discovand fathqra'to help thP locate it is Louisville, Ky. . , the war Us Uelns considered ifnumbered that the vlro barrleode whloli boys thru tho registration heir found necoswry'to Insure the gaon'g lcnifo. Sometimes nothing olte extends around tho quartern occupied "" '5 er of members of the profession who will do, but many times Lydia B. Tink. Ono father, who apnord at tho by. the- - prliouerti had been cut Sunon ham's Vegotablo Compound lias saved will bo needed, and the Committee Bsdibsch, day night. In one place a Utile large Jaasa office, told tho patient Propamine of tho Kentucky Med necessary. end made an operation un- "State conscription olllfor, that the guough to allow the pai of a. itato Association, of which Dr. Garleal Jf you havo any symptom about which Piovost Marshal Genoral had written inun'n body was found. The eeutinel 1ms gone you would like to know, write to the land Sherrlll is chairman, ilm that ns soon ns tho registration who wa on duty near the prisoner' record as in favor of such a draft Lydia K. Pinkham Mediclna Co., Lynn. on ecords are complied in Washington quarters was put under artevt. Musi., for helped cJ a. Kr.cn free. Tho Kentucky physicians have II. S. HAS HAND ON Np.t Contents IB Fluid Draohmj GASTORiA For Infants and Children. 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' road to success is easy if you are properly The prepared. A Business Education is the chiof.requisito for preparedness. Tho big men of today almost with- out exception aro the men who prepared yesterday. Wo prepare you for the position that are wuiting for the prepared man or woman. School 'n sesion lj tho entiro year. Pupils may enter at any time and-- ? receive proper classification. pt fr 1 . loe-ord- s. i hsbp v IB 1 11$ v'',, (Incorporated) OWENSB0R0, KY. r KW&P-ik&&- ' WWC"' Ill" Last Chance a tympany n i g Eecruiting ofiice at Hartford will be closed next week. All able bodied men desiring to serve with the home boys are urged to come to Hartford not later than Saturday. ia i PAY $30.00 PER MONTH, BOARD AND CLOTHING ALLOWANCE. ;r Company base ball team and' other athletics. Training and experience of great value. You you may enlist for the period of war only. Chances for , are going sometime, why not now? .promotion good. This is an opportunity to volunteer. Your country needs you, don't "slack." Remember we will be Closed by Middle of Next Week Apply at Republican or Dr. Riley's Office. ALLISON J. BARNETT, Captain. 'hence with said road S. 75 E. 34 poles; S. C2 E. IS poles. S. 60 E. 22 rases wen dUCjl5- - KENTDCKIAN KILLED poles; S. 35 E 15 poles to a white ,n some of which statements "were 51- ON FRENCH FRONT oak in Sam Cos line; thence with his ! i'ct(2it fed Judge Slack Is to be cinmende ? etur iwsir trj i ! jor tne manner. In which he is con- line W 40 poles to a white oak. ? sutiM. 7.. t u! iitwr a ti ' Cox's corner; thence with another of fi dscting the Judicial business of the 20 poles to a ft peopl". The Attorni-s- . are as a mat- G. FEED NORTON 15 BOMD VIC his lines W. 32 W. S. TLVSLET, Editor & Ku. Mr. white oak,' dogwood, dead red oak, ti ter of course deferring of credit, in TIM O.V FIRING Clark's corner in Cox's line; thence a measure, lor having their case1? LINE. to prepared, being ready for trial and Address all communications with Clark's line N. 40 W 00 poles tue Hartford Republican. to a white oak, Clark's corner; thence with the in that manner wun anoiner oi uianrs lines 5., 59 f? court for the dispatch of business be- Hopkinsville, Ky.. July 17. The W. 24 poles to a red. oak, Clark's KOTICETO SUBSCRIBERS fore the Court. We have heard not news J that G. astra- - 5nK ti jiiPTTOwiw' a few, remarks quite complimentary o this county,Fred Norton, formerly'corner; thence with another of anoVson of (he ale "!., .!. , . ,va ,, - . -- , . i o u. Umi .tFiT.thM4Miakiu ..w ... - ft.v3. viajft a uuvB o iiv ti rn I'Ultrs - .t- Vnrinn. whn tnnrl beginning,, containing uv acres, IU IUV ' 6 -' ,. . , .. . fnr ... , more ! Ill tr5 it of business Eatlsfactorially transactLot!. i4 Niik lt :? ' or less. It being part of the land f? ea, especially at this last term. .. naiwiiBMinwHis. i;ajj,(vjje railroad had been '. " ft conveyed to E. C. Hubbard, . OUiwm. Koitk(t k4 ctr4o!Tbisi. that the presiding Judge has become :"on the battlefields of ranee by a by Henry Schroader, etc., deceased Hi. DM; la k4rtbc thoroughly familiar wit the docket bomb dropped by deed rrl( Jiw, lix titktr from an airplane, was Jor C&srtti KQtl and has a line upon'the business in t4TrtlHrLt. . r ItWr. received herewith deepest regret by rvort so hand, we bespeak for the Court the his several relatives and many. In Deed Book 4, page 210, Ohio ? laoLcuc. uajtuctk-ntkiiI same success in lULSlbb .County Court Clerk s olBce and wlll- . . future sessions. 'ed to Lucy S. Hubbard de- ThU-i- s .. . ... . that anyone "S2ZZ. KE.II'1'ORTONING X3ZSZTZZS. uj ilia laow n m ICVUiUCU . i i.cuuv Ar. flfntiMtr.il -- - Unnlflncwllln k .. OF COUNTV I)SES' wjn Book D, page ! namtl n frit, ilbatn Mere frnm Fnnno"jaroresald and sam e 23S. in the offlco 'v land conveyed to r Norton was forty years of age and j. In the action of "VV. S. Dean, ; a! , dant bv the said Lucy S. Hub- .. tfi.. ua V9E .nrn In wr1rr'f!nrtlIA n 1K7K i .t t...i tiii " ri'.iiMV,. .JULVliO vs. Jno. . iiiiwu. jwjse. ei ir,t ttV. Aoa. r.t rortrl tn TatA Xinn,, . , e .uittiig ieia-i- .. nuv ins vatvuiB motion to reapportion the County into magisterial districts, wherein the tivos here. Later he made his home I The purchaser will be required taj 41 being the date for filing plaintiffs asked for a writ of prohibi- In Christian county for a consider- ttitezr.ents of f'Xpemof, by those tion, permanently restraining de- able neriod. nls rjrnthtr. will Norton (execute bond with approved security, ! 43 i the sale, zeeklng office, candidates will hav4 fendants, the Court after bearing at that time owning and operating j 'me"atelr '"wnB ayhand. this the and'b'.-- natured gutberiag their !ai GJvn niKch evidence graateu H wri' a one of the finest farms in the sou'h-- l 19,h' daynnjer ot Jxxy' An V- -l"; ' for oaie time to come. n part of the county. He left , pra;ed for. frffa wbJch the dein'',-Jrnlis- . . J ,orK , Wilsn, Judge, et a J. prayed Sheriff of Ohio County J the I. C. Railroad Co.. is out in a an appeal, which was granted. Judg- - in service in rraote uaijr a i"u uaj 3t3 rn per amMatement that it now pays 11. He was drirer of. an American Ixiulsville Mnrketo. ton for coal, while the Government 1, and was sitJust before Court bulance In Corps No. late last Sheep & Lambs, active with steady pays 13, and something per ton for In his driver's seat aatcbins ting adjourned. the very same stun". That's consr-vatio- n the Germans retreat after attempt prices. Choice lambs $15. Seconds personified for the Coal in a raid A Cerman airplane flew J 10 S $11. Culls, $7 S $S. Top I'OItMKIt OHIO 'jv nnil at least 6 $6; bucks. $6 down. opped a omb,' which fell! sheep COL'NTIAN WRITES uiu a it' Hogs: Choice heavies. 210 pounds In front and close to Norton's am-- j Mr. IV. S. Tinsloy. Th Ladles of town are making a bulance, and when it exploded he was and up, 115.30; 1C5 pounds. $14.65; Jj Hartford, Ky., canvas, looking to the concentration killel Jnstantly by the flying pJecez. i pigs $11.40 Q $12. CC; roughs, $13.- - J? Kind Sir: Inclosed find .i y uowjj. at ller's Grocery on next Tuwlay, apply on my'subecrlption. check to sy While I July 24, of cakes, preserves, Jellies - KherlflS Hale. Cattle: Prime steers, $10.50 I have to chickens and anything good to eat llko Oklahoma fine yet I5y virture of a Judgmenl and $12.00; heavy shipping steers, $9 Q know what is' going on In Ohio which can be forwarded to Co. H at $9; heifers, execution No. 033, lisued to me from $10.50; lights $7.50 Lexington. Lend a helping hand In county. I want to know who are the $7 succossful candidates out of the the Ohio Circuit Court, on tranfcrlpt;$0 Tc $9.50: mfat cows. innAaro $S.50: this good cause. tr. f tr. rn. VVMV.D, c t W.V. many making the race and to sec from the Hartford Police Court, for(canners Jj $S.50. bulls $C th.e free trip up bait mver. $25.00 with interest from Jan. 23, $8.25; If Chairman Denrnan.' Gen. Gat- - w" K Veals: Market active, best grade 1311, together with $5.C5 cost In Oddly "Heads t0 tee al thals & Co.. of the Shipping Hoard $12; others slow and lowFogle, Plaintiff, vs., $11.50 and Ship Uulldlng Hoard, keep up Strung" and "Stray Streaks." Am favor of J. E. er. Hartford Republican. '"osiionwfta.tb " s 1 bummer Piece Goods For Full Dresses. Waists Skirts and Cool.Comfort- able Underwear. ! f i ! i , J . a .v .- .... I W '- "" .,:' ' Il, .- ! , & U1 !?,' ...., , v ! ., ... '.. A great variety of white nnds MU -- 5 1 7o-d- y n Piques, India Linens and Linens. Printed and Woven Wash Goods j in all the new sport effects. In it in Voils, Organdies, Dimities, Ba- - S tistes, Gaberdines, Beech Cloth, it N V -- Com-palr.e- s, I ' $7-7-- I i ..- U V r '" i.i i a.. Trttrt unfnfl1rtir rnv vttimtUin iti e Service a agent for th be over lirore thy ovon faKin the construction of the nlanta in which Tonkawas One of them took a trip to the to build tile shins, then maybe we "Happy Hunting Grounds" last week will not need them. as ho had piaced In 'the grave four The l.vtt Kossloii of the Ohio Clr-di- ll suitcase, all of his bedding, and Court waft perhaps th moat somo other stuff. The Tonkawas are orm in a vry pie.it longth of peculiar about burying their dead, "re in so it.' cs thn dtt;xn;tl o they will not dig tho grave. AitoKQih'tr MtHi wtrd concttrnwl Please send ray paper to Tonkawa, til' cases were 'akan.up un! finally Oklu,, litetead of Washunga, Okla.. os(nI of and strickfta !rom iHo until Sept. I have looked at rcket. Exactly r.e civil a.tlotm, wheat on my rounds on the reserva- toih Riulty and ordlttarv vero tion until I am tired. Stro t be Ih.'ikI ami finall rle4 o; oUiorwle'jiwl yield this year about'an ver rdcastMl from ib docket to C'em- - through here of 20 baaheta u the am were tried ami acre. monwestlth Stoerly youni. judgment render"-!- . U Mlod H. T. LBAOH. away with leave to reiustate.whleh or- - P. . Hurrah for Co. H. 4 1.,. ,. ,. n( l'n ' sut-ciz-il- ul ('i 1. and which . by we levied on the wwutlon w herebolow described tract of land.l "'H on Monday, August the Cth.l I Tho thowors Saturday and Sunday l&H. at the Court House door In 'did much good, Hartford, Ky., at about the hour of j Grace Rhoades and Ellis nishop 1 o'clock, p. in., offer at public out- - jeft for Detroit, Michigan, Saturday, cry, to the highest and host bidder pn i Willie Renter a member of Co. H a credit of C and 12 months, the at home a few days last week, at lowing tract of land, or'so much j oilce Everly has a position thereof as may be noeeesary to satis- - island, his family will go In a few fy Plaintiff's- debt. Interest and cost days. i plus the c.ot of this levy, advrtie- Mlsies Maude and Viola Deatty rnwit, sle&c. of Pordsvlllo were the guests of Etta of tend. ueaity iruiv Saturday till Monday A eertalR tract or Jn Ohio County, Ky., on the waters ' Rev. J. J. Wlllott filled his regular hounded a appointment hero Sunday. of Elm Liok Creek was A veo' IntoreetiiiK program Uetimdilg at a Mack 04k follows: Unriltud on Uie aide of Hit wl,aJlverel,en ChrtoUai Patriotism at Ciarxs Leltehneld road, tr;the IJ. V. P. U. Sunday night. L. T. WrJght, Defendant, ci;.vikkh).. novel and staple every-da- y ef- fects, suitable for all purposes. 9 The price range from 10c per yd. up to 50c per yd. Will fully meet your requirements and give vou an excellent value for the price you want to pay. If you prefer to buv vour g Waists, Skirts and House Dresses g already made, we can furnish an I assortment tjial will fully facet r -- 'g & g 5 $ & J fol-,w- ai with your approval. 5 This store is the family store, f 8 ana maKes an eliort to meet all S i your demands. ? c J 1 ir prol f? 4? LP. BARNES &BR0. c M a4' ti Beaver Dam, Ky. tfSwWTVvVvVVWwvvVvWVVWsJsJVVWW1! "m-- . rv " ,jh- -' - Shorlff nhout 1 S. nlco bungalow Kcown Is having erected on his farm miles cast of town. O. n'r j Ii. IIKADS ODDLY STRUNG. The-New Your Palm Beach Why, V IV j 3UU afford to do without, and the older men that require comfort must have one.; We have just received another shipment of 25 suits in Palm Beach and Cool Cloth in lights, fancy stripes, grays, fancy mixtures, in plain backs for the older men and pinch young and belted backs for the up-to-date one. No young man to be sure, you arc goiny to want that wants style can man OUR SPECIAL PRICES $7.00 Up-to-da- a $8.00 te in Style, Low iii Price High -- in Quality. M A look an examination on the inside will show the QUALITY. ' Sec us. spend your money at home, and remember that it pays to trade with a house that saves you money. at our window will get the IDEA; 2k&CG m At a time when this covetnment. Its citizens to fnen ilentli Ice Tea Glasses, Drinking Glasses, on tho battlefield It Is little short of Water Pitchers, at. prices that cannot crlmo for It to tolerate tho robbery K bo duplicated elesewherc. of Us citizens by tho speculators In C 212 ACTON DUOS tho necessaries of Ufn. , -Mr. Gaylo Taylor left hero last If tho liquor people must bo week for Memphis, Teen., wliero ho lias accepted a position with the I. C. gulllotloned lot It bo done by merciful It. II. Co., Engineering Department. hands, is tho plaintive cry of Gov. Stanloy. Mr. Jefferson Wnttcrson and son, nnndall, who aro employed In East Tho suffrago cranks of England St. Louis, Ul.spent from Friday un- havo shown a finer patriotism than til Monday hero with Mrs. Watterson. lho American prohibitionists In the Mrs. J2dwa;.l Tohnson and llti:o matter of not- - obstructing an hour of national sens Henry, L'ciwnrd Jr., and : havo been the guests of Mrs. s .1. peril. Wedding --and other relative hero Senator Root was sent to Russia this weok. and tho Russian army was sent to Eyes tested, glasses and frame3 tho battle line. " fitted and guaranteed, and wo. stay here all tho time. A hnndred years' ago railroads J. B. TAPPAN, wero built with picks, shovels and 3t4 Jeweler and Optlcan. wheel barrows, and tho public roads Mr. Harlan Tlnslcy, who has been were worked with shovels and hoes. In Kansas City, Mo., for some tlmo Ohio county still clings to tho shovel past Is spending a few days with his and the hoe parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. TInsloy, women voters of The of near town. and Mrs. W. W. Riley aro the West will all be from Missouri In Mr. moving into 'tho property on the 1920. corner of Union and Clay Street, A couple of years ago the Presiwhich was vacated by the .family of dent called upon the American peo-pl- o Mr. Joo B. Rogers. to devote a day to prayer for Mrs. James Lyons and daughter, peace and now he Is sending an army Dorcas, of Blackwellu, Okla., arrived to Europe to fight for it. The latter here last Monday for a visit to rela- policy Is no doubt the more practical. "" tives. They will likely remain for a or six weeks. month Billy Sunday's preaching and Ham When you finish that crop and pre- - Lewis wnisKers get scant- newjpaper paro to put a roof on that barn or; notice in these troubled days of war shed, don't forget we handle all and high prices. kinds of Rubber Roofing. Any ply. Dr. Alexander's prohibition DemACTON BROS. 2t2 Prices right ocratic Forward League and Stan- ., T .i10,in,i non,nmtln Air. J. uunier juiuwiuwa, iuiii ,,.,, manager for tho Cumberland Tele- - Leagu() hayo each opened head. Phono and Telegraph Co., returned quarters ln Lousvl,,e for the evening from a few days"poso Qf nomInatlng Legislative can-vis- it to relatives at Richmond, KV-- dl(latefj who wln submlt a state-wid- e Miss Maymo Keown of Fordsville, who has been visiting relatives here, When a defeated candidate kicks for tho past several days, together with Mrs. S. 0 Keown, went to Daw- - out of the traces It Is a pretty certain son Springs yesterday for a few days Blgn tho people liavo nominated the right man. stay. Is forcinc govern-mentactlon'- ln J gold-brick- W. E. Kills ,& I3ro., havo threo Deerlng Mowers and Hakes left, which will close- them out for the season. Prices right. - (By J. H. THOMAS.) Shirts Are Now Ready! Negligee Shirts ! It's now time for Summer Shirts and we are ready with the finest showing ever brought to town. Counter after counter, box after box of Negligee Shirts; all kinds to fit all shapes' oi 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 anywhere better than our best at 1 ' $1.50. ' - Also Sport Shirts, 60c to $1.00. Work Shirts, 50c to 75c. There are many new styles out for.summer weal', but you find them all here. ay 1 Carson 1 6fc nrcoEPoaATED Co. Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, JULY 20 L., II. & BT. L. K. R. TIME TABLE. 'No. 113 duo at EUmltch 8:32 p. m. No. 110 due at EUmltch 7:30 a.m. No. 112 Lv. EUmltch .. 3:40 p.m. Ar. Irvlngton ... 6:35 p.m. Lv. Irvlngton .. 5:56 p. m. Ar. Louisville . 7:40 p.m. i J Lv. Louisvlllo ... 8:35 a.m. Ar. Irvlngton ..10:06 a. m. Lv. Irvlngton ..10:40 a.m. 1:04 p. m. Ar. EUmltch M., II. & E. It. It. TIME TABLE. South Bound, No. 115 8:46 a. m. Duo at Hartford..." North Bound, No. IK 5:65 p. m. Duo at Hartford v (Both "Mixed Trains.) No. Ill ... l l Personal News t Ewenls.J antTSoGlal Sep Eck Rial for Kindling Wood. SeeMIartford Mill Co., for Lime, Plaster nnd Cement. Seo Acton Bros, ad on sugar In nnothor column herein. Jamos Coleman, of near Parndlso, was In town Wednesday. LOST Lawyers" Dockef Book. ?2 WOODWARD & KIRK. Reward. TURNIP dimn may bo had by calling on W. E. ELLIS & BRO. W. E. Ellis & BroTT have .tho llttlo Whlppoorwill pqas for lato sowing. Judgo wVlI." Barnes was in Guthrie, first of tho week on legal business Mr. J. W."MoIe"of Owonsboro, was hero Monday seeing old friends. SISAL Binder Tw'ino whllo it lasts, 18 cents per pound, at W, E. Ellis & Bro. Miss MlflanTLlkcns'lTvlsItlng the family of Rev. O. M. Shults, of Bowling Green. " CasebieFiTAuto Livery Service, 'unexcelled. Call by either Phone, Beaver Dam. TOR S.l7l'5Four v young milk cows with calves, CLAUDE KING, Hartford, Ky. 52tf no of re- Wo carry a regular-lipajjj for McCormlck and Deerlng W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Mowers. Drlvorswlio know tholr business, day or Cars that go everywhere night. Call Cascbler, Beaver Dam. Misses Martha Caroline Pate and When the Kings and Kaisers have Mary Warren Collins, will leave tous hope men day for Owensboro, to visit relatives wrecked tho World let will . turn onco more to the rule of for' a few days, from there they will tho Nazarino. . " go to Whltesvllle for a few dayslsit to friends. Congress proposing the building WUUo Klpor wa3 appointed and Mr. Jesse Hoover who has been In of 22,000 aeroplanes the winged en4 ! qualified as guardian of Dona Evans Dyersburg, Tenn., for somo time has gines of tho air may yet determine Klper, on the ISth. returned hero with his family and tho Issues 'of tho war. Miss Mae Mount left yesterdayfor will likely resumo tho manufacture Frankfort, for an extended visit to of soft drinks at his old. stand, In tho 'Creditors Notice. near future. relatives and friends. AH parties having claims against .. Miss Evi V. odd'ng, daughter of Mr. Mike Crahan, of Irvlngton, the estate of J. P. Stevens, deceased, hereby notified to present same u. wedding. Uitnt.ee, spent the wecic-en- d has been hero this week arranging aro to mo, properly proven, on or before with Mrs." S. J. Wedding. to do a bit of dressing on tho As long as the supply lasts, we will, below town. Mr. Crahan has Sepetniber 15th 1917, or they will LIME -- We now have on hand an sell Standard Cane Granulated Sugar nmple supply of barrel Lime. Call on 7 miles of road- - under construction be forever barred. for the unheard-o- f price, in these days Given under my harfd, this the ln Breckcnrldge county. W. E. ELLIS & PRO. i:r. 20th, day of July, 1917. of high prices, for Mir. E. W. Ford, wa,s examined In Capt. V. E. Bennett, who has been T. H. BLACK, Adm'r., Ifuulsvlllo last week for membership In Washington for Eomot'mo, Joined 3t3 J. P. STEVENS, Deceased. in the Medical Iteserve Corps, U. S. his family In Owensboro the first of 4- A. , famthis week. Capt. Bennett nnd For Sale. Mr. W. 11 Coombs, Editor of the ily aro expected here by friends Onesecond hand 5 passenger auto. within the' next few days. trip to Herald, made t. business A bargain, If taken at once. !V Louisvlllo Wdnosday, returning toIf In need .of McCormlck Mowers, NORVAL BROWN, day. McIIenry, Ky. Hay Itakes, Osbom Disc Harrows, lt-- i Mr. J. E. Bean, one of Hartford's Binder Twine, F. A. Ames Buggies, 4 expert mechanics, Is making tome Harness, Road Wagons, Machine Re- MARRIAGE LICENSE ISSUED -' This sugar wilj be sold for GASH or repairs' and changes in the Sheriff's pairs, &c call on SINCE OUR LAST REPORT oltlco. LUTHER CHINN, PRODUGE only. We will pay for Beaver Dam, Ky.' Hobert Daugherty, Horso Branch, . Mrs. E. B. Stewart, of Hartford, eggs this week 28c per dozen in trade. Route No. 3 fell ami broko one of the Tho Union services held at tho M. to Mary E. Logsdon, Rosine. This supply of sugar may not last Leland Peach, Williams Mines, to bones ln her leg Just, below the knee, E. Church jSouth on last Sunday long first come, first served. Hurry! Tuesday. night wero well attended. Rev. Har- Carrlo Shaw, Echols. to Ray Sanders, Horso Branch, Wo offer a New Process lan of the Christian church deliver6il Stove, best on the maVkot, with ed a splendid sermon from tho text Magglo Wilson, Olatou. to Albort Igloheart, Centertown, shelf and oven complete for only $17. "Come yo apart Into a desert"placo ' Josto Wilson, Olaton. ACTON BROS. 3t2 and rest awhllo." E. J. Watson, McIIenry, to Bertha . Sheriff and Mrs. S. O. Keown, were WANTED Old Iron at75o 100-lb- s. L. Toll, McIIenry. Mfs. Harve 2 tho guests of Mr. and ' Rags at ?1.75 per Beef, to Greenville, Bentley Saddler, Roberts, of near Shrove on last Sat- Horse and Mule Hides 15c lb., GinSue Wlllard Benton, Rockport. urday and Sunday. seng, Yollow and Mayapplo Root at Henry Bratchor, Wllto Run, to Announcement hoYbeen made that market prices. It tore the floor up somewhat and out for larger aud better gardens, tho Madgo D.C110, Williams Mines. , D. L, D. SANDERFUR, to an open porch and disappeared. supply of vegetables In this county tho school per capita for the ensuing re year will bo $5 which Is' a loss of 15 51t5 Tho family, Including Mr. Her wero promises to be greater than over Beaver Dam, Ky. TAXPAYERS N0TIQE. cents from last year. ln the room where most damage was and women from all ovor tho Capt. A. J. Barnett7arrlved here 0' ot tll windows tome out county havo been .asking for InstrucMrs. Arthur Petty.TvlicTwas operat- Monday on a five days leavo of abTax blllls for State and. County d"'"?. ed on somo days ago In Louisville,' sence, for special recruit duty. Copt. Lovy for tho year 1917 havo been '"I'lne completely all over a child, tion in canning and rylng of vegewhich none of tho family w.ere tables mid fruits and ln response to la doing nicely and Is expected homo Barnott and Pvt. Berry D. Walker ratified to mo for collection, bv tho HardliiBburg about next .Wednesday. Wednesday proper authorities. Pleaso call and vAninvml iiinru flmti n trtw tant ftltt this call I havo been ablelo securo left for dislodged by Miss Lillle Goldnamo from the ExTo owhoiieof thebesTWagons on evening, whero they expect to secure get your receipt at tho first oppor- a bit of plastering was The earlier you settlo the tho bolt, from tho ceiling. It bord- periment Station at Lexington, Ky., tunity. amdunt of qutto a number of recruits. tho market for a small y tho miraculous-happeningto como fo Hartford ers almost-upo- ii and tomoney, buy tho Owensboro Wagon Messers M. L. Heavrtu and E. G. bettor It will bo for all concerned. that nono of tho family bus-- . morrow to glvo a public Demonstra3t2 Barrass, aro expected to return to- The State and County aro In urgent Bros., Hartford. from Acton talned any permnnont Injury, as no tion attho court house these two Mrs.' J. WfJones and llttlo daught- day from a business trop to Clncln- - need ot finances Jo stop Interest payevidenco remained with nny member days In tho new scientific method of YoTirs very truly, accomp ments. er, who havo been Visiting hero for iiiatl, Ohio, Mrs. Heavrlu, of the family, other than a slight homo drying ot vegetables and 'fruits. S. O. KEOWN, tho past soveral days, will roturn to anied Mr. Heavrlu as far as Louisvlllo deafness for somo 30 or 40 hours It is to bo .hoped that as many Sheriff ot Ohio County. Sho sho visited ' relatives. where thler homo nt Murray from all over the county as can como thereafter. m . also. Wo have a largo supply of Mabon will likely roturn -I will come In and seo Miss Goldnamo's Narrow Kscnpc. I Fruit Jurs purchased at a prlco that LIGHTNING STRIKER; XOTICH TO CRHDITORS. methods of drying and holp savo an electrical storm hero on last In will save you money. Seo us boforo some of tho waste that Is bound to Z WARREN WARD INJURED Tuesday afternoon, lightning struck buying your supply. All persons having claims against como unless they do can or dry It. tho rcsldenco of Mayor Jj C. Her, do- ACTON BROS. 3t2 tho logging lug slight ' damage compratlvoly tho estato of w. P. Hunley, deceased, Come aud bring your daughters with Lightning struck Mr. Thurnian Royal of Fordsville camp of Albert Chlnn, on tho farm speaking. It nppearcd to first strike aro hereby uotlfled to present same to you and learn this without having sixty to go off somowbero clso to leant it. formerly with The Wilson Company, of Ooldon Stnlsworth, about a. mile the sldo of tho house browning or mo, properly proven, within has accepted a position fn tho Cloth-- f and a, half east of town, yesterday burning somo 10 or 1G feot square, days from dato hereof oj. they will be Come tho first day and then you can go homo aud bring your ucighljors lug storo of Fred Weir, of Owens near noon. Soycrnl wore In the campl tearing out two or threo largo win- - forovon barred. N. Q. HUNCEV Admr., of Estate with you tho second and by doing boro. nt tho time, all being moro or loss dows, onterliiB tho family room, ap- lt3p this you will bo suro not to uilsHlt, badly shocked. Mr. AVarron Ward, parently ovor a tolopliono wire, Jump- - of W. P. iiirvi.rcv. , Deceabed Miss Holeu Iloufrow, llttlo daught Sho will havebullotfns tor dltrlbu-tlo- n er of Dr. T. D. Renfrew, Llvormoro, who was lying down near ono sldo to an Iron bod'Stead from thoro to on this subject. floor, burning a s'trealt to a screon Notice- to Women nnd Girls of Ohio building was tJertously Injur-.th- e n of tho leturned I'onn?" Monday nfte." ' W. W. I1ROWDER, County. . vUlt will' lier aunt. Mri. S J. cd and at press hour was fetlll in nn 'door which It tore thru near" tho top, County Agcut. In respouso to our President's call condition. from thero lntb another room, where unconscious Wedding. Hertford, Ky. Standard Cane Granulated SUGAR new-roa- d " s PER HUNDRED $8.25 POUNDS. ACTON Kentucky. BROS., Hartford, j . w s i 00-lb- bo-fo- . '" s to-da- y ' - '"'.)-i-.e-- ,.".. ta " t2 e"n -- ?' I r I lng shown nlrwuly by Iho egg sliort-Jng- e. frnnkly; "but but when I wait at That mistakes should not be re- tablo thero Is too much changing ofplntce for the fewness of tho vlcpeated a second year." tunlsl" London Answers. Brood FlKiircU Out. TIia nrnrdrn nt linvlnir lirnnd rows ,. ,,,, ,,, ... practically everything do Klrkwood Why do farmers wear market for Crop Ttcport. Government the ,0WC(, ,n gomQ of 10 ll0Brn,8,,1(; cc. their hats In tlTo hoii8o7 Washington, D. C, .'iiy IS.- - A cent In tho horso line either for Becauso they're bald. Wellston or Italians. 'Uom of 0,,r C01lntIT Blionia bo eu- summary ot the July eiop report lor English, French "And why nro they bald?" In an effort to formulate some couragc,f cxccnt whoro short BMS. the the State of Kentucky and for workable plan, offlclals ons nn, MVcro wnter wenthor re. "Becauso they wear their hats In United Stntes, ns compiled by the Dractical and Exchange. and trans- at Washington have been in tele- ym tho BW,nc BpcclnH8t8 of Ul0 r. tho house." Bureau of Crop Estimates, i with horso g Dcpnrtnlcnt of Agrlculturo mitted through'the Weather Bureau, phone communication THE LADIES' HOME JOURNAL, all over the country last week .vigog of Agriculture, ts U. S. Department and many ofHclals of the War Depart- 'SWB ,ntcnilcil t0 fnrrow llltcrg THE SATURDAY EVENING POST ns follows: the principal i 8houl(, ment Uavo visited ,jrcj not ,ntcr thnIJ l0 flr8t and THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN cons. same Idea. The Qf Ju,v Thogo ,hnt nro ,n brectnB with wish to secure the sparo time ot a State July 1 forecast, 111,300,-00- 0 markets seem tothe think tho only pus- - l"COmlltion after weaning their sprlns man or woman to act as local reprebushels; production last year traders estimate), 95,200,000 lble way of securing the 250 .000 mtor ghoul(, ,)C brC(, tho flrgl Ume sentative In Hartford and vicinity, (December horses and mules necessary will be Uioy mmQ ,n pcr hundrcdW0,Bht f looking bushels. nfter tho rcnewnls of their tho abandonment ot the type plan gow ,u,rlng the grazing season, which July 1 forecast, United States maiiy subscriptions lu this section, bushels; production last and taking any and all kinds of a ,s n ,argc gnvh)g ,n fnvor of asl,liv. and Introducing theso publications (December estimate), 2.5S3,-241,0- rugged, useful horse, for while thero po of wat(Jl 8hailC( am, Bpacc ,0 year, new readers. Payment will bo arc a swncieni nuiuuer ui ubviui i exorcise are other essentials for 'ho to bnsliels. mndo In salary and commission. PreIn this country, they lack tho production of strong, healthy lit t i horses ALL WHEAT vious experience Is desirable but not specified type, although The sows can run together In ' lie essential. State July 1 forecast, S',300,000 Government For details address, with The physically. they are sound samo pasturo within two or three references, Box 654, THE CURTIS bushols; production last year, DeadoptFrench have both date. At t' !s weeks of cember estimate, S.010,000 "bushels. British and policy after making many time those that are duo to farrow-shoul- PUBLISHING COMPANY, IndependUnited States July 1 forecast, ed this 17t2 ence Square, Philadelphia. bo separated from tho herd C7S,000,000 bushols; production last costly experiments. m The war has proven to the French, and placed In a separato paddock or C3D.SS6,-00- 0 year, (December estimate), Indubitably. English and Italians that strength pen, g boy at tho foot bushels. rhere they can farrow tlulr The and ruggedness Is far more deslrablo pigs undisturbed. OATS of the class had not had a question; qualification of type and the than the Keep tho sow on pasture If p "- - so the teacher propounded to him this State July 1 forecat, G, 4 00,000 trade advises that we profli, by their well- one: bushels; production last year (De- experienco nnd operate along the slide, mul provide dry, ed quarters free from draft in C, 300, 000. "In what condition was the patricember estimate), same lino nnd take all useful horses which slit can farrow the pigs. arch Job at the end of his life?" United States July 1 forecast, weighing 1,200 pounds or better. "Dead," was the calm response. bushels; production last Bids for about 20,000 horses were 1,251,-992,00- 0 Chicken In Crate. year (December estimate), - June I;..ttcii 19th, opened at 'WashingtonNOTICE. t0 1arket bushels. which was simply a preliminary !. """'""I.linn mint We nmiln call the attention of our - '"l """ ' HAHflflt' rntfntlJil TOBACCO '" move In tho general campaign being!'"The weight of tenders to the fnt flint The Repubpraci.ee, State July 1 forecast, 4 20,000,-00- 0 mapped out, they having discarded n chickens o- - In jhor.Illi, sounds: production last year the original plan. lican will publish no coiniuuntrutlons lucrc.iseu from 23 to 50 per cent ir (December estimate), 435.G00.000 two weeks by proper feeding. I'luee unless signed by the author. Few pounds. Sucet Cloer For Poor Soil- -. ucel.s pass that iinoiijinotis articles 1 forecast, hundred and fifty to 400 pounu-"t- l United States July "Grow sweet clover" is the an linash iiio'ftened with skim mill. r are not received nnd it is not our de pounds; production last past bultoimilk and properly fed to g""d sire to hurl newsy Items Into tho poor soil or worn-ou- t 0 swer for year, (December estlmnte), ures which no longer support live f0W3 wjjj produce 100 pounds of waste basket. This nnonjinous coin, pounds. to in- -' pollitry mcat jn from 12 to 14 tlas. luunlriition rule Is stated each week stock-- profitably, according POTATOES vestlgators of the United States De- - proper feeding ot the chickens at tho cud of the editorial column State July 1 forecast, 5,770,000 of Agriculture, who have 'foro marketing Improves tho qu'li" and must lie adhered to. Hequest.s bushels; production last year (De- founT that thousands of acres otjof tne flesll- - "Crate fed" and "milk that names lie omitted from print cember estimate),.4,llC,Q00 bushels. sweet clover are furnishing annually fC(l.. are synonomous with ' h gh re compiled with, but the manuscript 1 forecast, United Stntes July abundant pasturage for all kinds of quality." must bear the writers' signature. 452,000,000 bushels; production last 6tock on soil where other crops made chickens which have been milk THE EDITOR. year (December estimate), 2S5,437,-00- 0 but little growth. fej in crates should sell for from 2 -- " bushels. In many portions of the Middle t0 3 centg al)0Ve the market p,,cc XO MORI: ZKIMMXIXS SWEET POTATOES A est sweet clover hius fair to solve for unfattened chickens. At 'hi BEING CONSTRUCTED State July 1 forecast, 1,132,000 serious pasturage problems, accord- -' priCOt they are cheapen to the conbushels; production last year (De- ing to Farmers' Bulletin S20, "Sweet smer on account of the reduced London, July 10. It is reported cember estimate), 900,000 bushels. (Jiover; utilization just issued, a- - wast0 in dressing, In an ExclUingo Telegraph dispatch 1 forecast, United States July tive pastures which no longer profrom Lausanne that no more ZepS2, 200,000 bushels; production last vided more than a scant living for a Harvesting and Conservation. pelins nro being constructed at 70,955,-00- 0 year (December estimate), mature steer on 4 or 5 acres, when of Agriculture The Department Thousands of workmen bushels. properly seeded o sweet clover, will estimates that fully 50 per cent of all who hitherto liavo been employed In ALL HAY produce sufficient forage to carry at the vegetables and fruits grown lu building airships are now said to be State July 1 forecast, 1,110,000 least one animal to the acre through- - Atnnrlpn iim'pp ronrlipe tho eniisiimcr. of a engaged In the construction tons; production last year, (Decemb- out the season. Dairy cattle .horses, u lg ,eft iQ fQt Qn tUo ound large nunlbor of airplanes. 1 do well on sweet 1,421,000 tons. sheep and hogs a er estimate), because of or nUowed tQ , United States July 1 forecast, clover. Land which is too rough or . . . ... v,. ,m. i iUl,ri ui siut'iuiib last too depleted for cultivation, or per Hues, 103,000,000 tons; production aerage man in audition, year (December estimate), 109, 7SG.- - manent pastures which have become consumes 23 per centtne more food than 000 tons. thin and weedy may be improved he needs, and d of the AmeriAPPLES (Agricultural Crop). greatly by drilling in after disking can households waste another 25 per State July 1 forecast, 2.S20.000 a few pounds of sweet clover seed cent of what they buy. Extravagance bairels of 3 bushels; production last per acre. Not only will the sweet in war-tlm- o is distinctly unpatriotic, jenr" (December estimate), 2,147,000 clover add considerably to the qua'lity and has got to stop. If our business aiul quanity of the pasturage, but the barrels. Is organized on tho basis of allowing United States July 1 forecast, 00, growth of the grasses will be Im- 50 per cont of our perishable food 3 bushels; proquan-itle- s proved by the addition of large S00.000 barrels of products to go to waste before reachof humus and nitrogen to the duction last year (December estiing the consumer, who cats mate), G7.4 15,000 barrels. soil. more than he needs, and "Last year about 10 per cent of Sweet clover has proved to be an prohibitive amount in addiInuscforover-lOycarscrop and 3S per cent excellent pasturage crop on many of wastes a the total State tion, It Is high time that our business of the total United States crop were the best farms in the North-CentrThousands of voluntary reorgonized, and this war may estimated to be 'commercial', i?" e.. States.In this part of the country was disguise. ThO'1917 Idlers from women, telltr nrf nil pnml Ail tfi1rtr n4 nnrlniAil be a blessing in shipped out of the country wheio It ' Is a war crop and we cannot ing of the good Cardul grown. This year about 15 per cent ;L" V, :",:,:,,. harvest it in our Sunday clothes. has done them. This is of the State crop and 37 per cent of June until frost, or It may be sown Let tho producer begin now and the best proof of the United States crop are estimated with grain and pastured aftor harseo how many apples, potatoes, etc., tentatively to be 'commercial'." vest. of Cariiui. It proves that he will harvest and exactly what he PEACHES Cardui is a good medicine with them. Include is going to do iu To Can Green Beans. State July 1 forecast, 1.1S7.000 everything small and large, from for women. beans one windfalls to A- -l fruit and vegetables. One gallon snapped bushels; production last year, (DeThere arc no harmful or teacup Stmly now the most perishable part cember estimate), SS0.000 bushels. pint piTre vinegar, one-hahabit -- forming drugs in United States July 1 forecast, white sugar, ono gallon water. can bo used In from 3 to G weeks; Cardul. It is composed Heat water, then pour in sugar a part preserved and used In 3 to G 43,500,000 bushels; production last only of mild, medicinal year (December, estimate), 3G.939,-00- 0 nnd vinegar. Let come to a boll; months; nnd the remainder scientiplace beans in and cook 30 minutes. fically preserved for use (including ingredients, with no bad bushels. Seal In glass Jars. s. export) In G to IS months. Make HEMP plans to harvest the crop at tho best State July 1 forecast, 18.000,000 stage, without wasto.or loss In transpounds; production (December estiDo Not Sell Ijh)liiK Hens. TAKE mate), 12,250,000 pounds. In view of the high price of eggs portation to market. Repair cribs Tho first price given below is tho last winter and tho prospect for high and biU3 in ndvHnce of harvest, and averago on June 1 this year, 'and the prices next winter, H. L; Kempster, provide cellars nnd storage places mm a fc'ifi vim 5 r,;3 JJi v. M Kt? M w Lj3 m '3 second the average on Juno 1 last of tha, University of Missouri College that can bo easily kept nt the right m ftl harvested pro h year. of Agrleulturo advlsos against tho temperature. Protect m State Wheat, 243 and 105 cents customary disposal of laying hens In ducts ngalnst Insect damage, and see per bushel. Corn, 1GG and 84. Outs, early summer. In supporting his that nothing boats, moulds, or de SI and 58. Potatoes, 201 and 115. suggestion ho offers tho following: cays for lack of care nnd proper stor-ag- o Soil your crops to conditions. Hay, $17. GO and 13. SO per ton. Eggs, "According to tho New York Produce You can rely on Cardul. 2G and 17 cents per dozen. Review tho egg receipts In New York the best advantage. See that overySurely it will do for you Wheat, 220.1 and up to March 28 wero 205, G87 cases thing gets to the consumer. Market United States what it lias done for so 93.0 cents per bushel. Corn, 1C 1.6 short of hist year's recelpTs. or in nil foods you do out use. Can, pro- many thousands of other 75.4 couts. Oate; G8.9 and 40.1 other-word- s, In 1917 arm serve, or dry porlshablo toods you do nnd tho recipts It should help. women! 102iT only 75 par cont as great as for last not market. ecnts. Potatoes, 247.9 and "I was taken sick, cents. Hay, 514. 5C and $12.09 per year. In January of this ear eggs seemed to be . . . ," ton. Cotton, 21.7 and 12.3 cents per were 15 cents higher than last year: For Your Child's Couli. writesMrs. M3ry C.Vcste, pound. Egge, 2S.3 and 19.7 cent In February, 19 cents higher and In Hore's n pleasant cough syrup thnt of Madison Heights, Va. to take, Dr. Bell's per dozen. Murqh S cents. Tho prospects are ovory child llkos p "I got down co weak, If your child has that those high pricoH will continue could hardly walk . . . hacking cough that worries One eua dealer writes that in his a doon Gflioiinueut HotMj BujIiiK. Just staggered around. A horae buying campaign 1ms not opinion freh Infertile eggs will sell! you give him Dr. Bell's I read .of Cardul, lllonoy, tho soothing pine balsams not lee than 25 conts a dozen yit bon formulated by tho offltUls und after taking enc botBacaus the summer. With these pros-- J lleve tho cough, loosens the phlegm, ot th War Depaitinent. tle, or before taking quite neewry proposals were not peets ahead It is a mistake .to sell and hoal tho irritated tissues. Got a the all, I felt much better. I y at your druggist and forthcoming no contracts were let on the laying hen. She should be kept bottlo took 3 or 4 bottles at June 5th art wag pioponed. The War as long ns she lays. If she goes stnrUlreatment at once. 25c. that time, and was able to Department teem to think that It broody she can be confined in n slat do my work. I tsko It in Moro llUliou Than Forfd. ' 60,000 honwxj are to be purchased bottom coop for a tow days, fed the spring wfien r Mary Jtuia didn't like tho place. for the next five month the orally, and thus be broken up. had no appetite, of the middleman mint be trymon should nlio aim to keep as The peopla ware awfully reflmd and and I commenced eating. ' was many mature pullote as possible next did things in "style," but Slary utilized. It Is the best tonic I ever yin In the trade do not think that winter. The common piuotleo ofsell- - not content, saw." Try Carditis "Please, 'm," she said ono morn-ulelt- o tho Government can secure the re-- lug the larcest pulley In ie fall and "I wish to ghe notice."' number of kom-- if tho pres-- 1 kteplng the small ones should bedls-'ln- s. All out siieclflcfttious are insisted uiKin couiuged. Ir Is the mature bird that I "Indeed!" exclaimed the mistress . 1.70 by the Government. The horae stock' will lay during the early fall and in aurprlio and dismay. "And what plan now for, pray? Aren't you well treated?"! bag been very close! v winter. Farmers should of this country Tho and n to winter o;er large flocks. ''Oh, I'vo nothing to complain off .culled dmlng tin? pa! half years, and theie lias been a sacrifice of the pullets last fajl Is be- - jn that way," confessed tho nialdj Farm Department Professional -- ". ,, So. IPOWHATAKl! HOTELbrAMERICAN In Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law HAJITFOKD, KY. Will practlco hla profession In Ihli nnd adjoining ccuutlee. CotmuercU) and Criminal Practice apoclnlty. A 1 IDEALS 1 Int. It It first la thi counlrjrocn. bound, th city where good liotclt the Powtuun hdi O.ETATLOR.CE Beaver Dam, Ky. Highway and Drainage Design. btiru of lu DR. ftie Tonlialan u rtfincd, ct. clumc, ami restful lit excel' lent location on Ptnm) ivania Avenue, IS(h an.l It ttrrett, raaktt it a ikiinllr readquar-i(or tridat coui lei, tourist I .lines, conventions. Schools and colleges. . The Powhatan attracts the people ol culture ami education. Its rroMimiy to Slate, War ami Nitv D.iarirrtnt. also to, man? Ioinlt of historical Interest," makes lint Intel eMtckilly attractive to a discriminating rub-liThe Powhatan offers room witli detached bsth at tl.SO, 52.03 and up. Itooms srits, private bath, $2 St, 51 00 snj up. 'Write for toi.Uu with inp i HART VETERINARY SURGEON DL'AVFU DAM, KV. 0. E. Odlcc Jnmci Tiy lor's Livery Dnrij. quiet-lookin- , ie&SffisKgfcaia&itf lfi.niI 14 TUAUC-MAIl- i$ Wfjm.vuiii fi tri r .j fr tri r y i f t n ssr? i is ii tx' r.i : esv'D ?7 - - ' a i CLIFFORD M. LUWI5. .Ui.ajcr. ' PATENTS s( I. 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Is full of money-maklnIt It Is written In pUIn tnjli!i for cin snj hoy. IB Cents n Copy 51.50 n Year Ort It from a neyrtdMltr or write direct to I'opulai Sctenco Mofindy, tit Fourth Arc., N.Y, 7 wAQtrinaToN. o. c. a s Druggists I;nrr YttrlM,lr'J2.'iD tiU fill. la, psitais sa4 nutl iOSITlOPi ai 1'aduiiU, k.Jt . OOOD , lo Cull on Tho lU'iiubllcnu for 1'lnu If you tako tho nniutjJion Tw Inir, tha ou . , V "I.""" ' "mawiiiwa wa Secured or Your Money Back Job Pi luting. r JL a"M Wjnisy MEXICO INCITED "Wagons! Wagons! : Wagons! Boforo you buy you should- examine our hand mndo farm wagons. Tlioy run lighter, aro made of the vory boat matorial and last far longer than any machine mado wagon you can buy, no matter what , f 1 price you pay. Wo also do all kinds of Blacksmithing and Re pairing, eipecially thojiard jobs the othor fellow can't do. Wo also make a specialty of Horseshoeing and earnestly solicit your patronage in this line. State of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucas County, as. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he Is senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & business July 14. Gorman of- Toledo, Co., doingand State In the City Washington, aforesaid, County agents aro again busy trying to Incite and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each Mexicans to attack the United State and every case of Catarrh that cannot be and the Mexican situation is once cured by tho uso of HALL'S CATARRH MIJDiUI.NU. FKANK J. CMUNEX. Qnrnm i luifA,. .a nnd ,ihafrlhrY In inoro demanding tho attention of the .propogan-dlst- s, my presence, this 6th day of December, authorltles'hero. German A. D. 13S6. A. VT. GLEASON. It is asserted, havo continued Notary Public. (Seal) Is Hall's Catarrh In nearly every section of ternally nnd acts Medicine the taken Intheir work through Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the System. Send Mexico since tho United States entertor testimonials, free. ed tho war and have succeeded In F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. O. all drugfrlsts, creating a sluatlon that may, In tho Sold byFamily I'llls "5c. Hall's for constipation. - picion of conspiracy to da. Ford Motor Company's plant. his rooms wro searched. It is BY GERMAN SPIES that dozens of blueprints and myfi of .various departments of the Ford plant were found. Tho arrest, It is said, was tho result of an investiga CAUItANZA'S TAX LFA'IES MADE tion by Government agents. TO Ilti KMIlAURAHSIXa TO tf. S. AND UIUTISII. tt mmmm)immmMmmti !HjJsjj , 0 Great Senate full of life and action, tilled with the ffr ff fin IncnlrAtlnn nnA tnMrxnttkA by 250 short stories of adventure, i win uiaac YOUTH'S COMPANION c Better Than Ever in 1915 Respectfully yours, A. B. Row tx Thirty-fiv- e Ceiitertown, Ky. son &7th years experience in the shop. ? MONEY IIKIIE IS A OOOI) PLACE TO STOP FOU LITTLE Louisville Hotel, Louisville, Ky., Main St., bet. 6th The Only Hotel in LoulsIHe Operated on llio Aiucrlcnn und European Plans. Hot per per per AMERICAN PLAN (With Meals) Itoomt without Hath but with single, ?2.00 75 Rooms! single, 2.50 CO Rooms 3.00 CO Front Rooms. single. Rooms with Private Hath: single, 3.00 CO Rooms single,' 3.50 50 Rooms EUROPEAN PLAN (Without Meals) Rooms without Hath but with nnd Cold Ilmmlng Water. day; 2 people, $2.00 each day; 2 people, 2.25 each day; 2 people, 2.50 each 2 2 per day; per day; people, people, 2.75 each 3.00 each Hot single, $1.00 per 7fc Rooms single, 1.25 per 50 Rooms 50 Front Rooms. single, 1.50 per Rooms with Private Hath: single, 1.50 per 60 Rooms single, 2.00 per 50 Rooms European and Cold Running Water. day; day; day; day; day; 2 people," 2 people, 2 people, 2 2 10.75 each 1.00 each 1.25 each 1.25 each 1.50 each people, people, THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Cor. Sixth and Main Sts. estimation of agents of tho United States, glvo this country much trouble unless It Is promptly dealt with. Ambassador Fletcher Is here now to furnish tho. Government with all tho Information in his possession. Tho Government authorities have Information In their possession to tho effort that before the United States declared war on Germany a largo number of subjects of the German Empire had entered Mexico from tho United States under instruc tions to bo ready to carry out tho German plan to foment a 'movement In Mexico which it was honed would result In persuading tho country to attack tho United States. Since the United States entrcd tho war theso k German propagandists havo been everything possible, so It Is as sorted, to array tho Caranza govern' ment against tho Entente Allies, In cluding the United States. If tho Information In possession of tho authorities hero Is to bo relied on, this Government must look to Mexican territory for an organization whose business it Is to keep the German Foreign Offlco Informed as to all ,tho war developments In the United , States. Know Of United States Plans. It is not understood that the State Department is in possession of any definite information along this line, but Americans who have recently arrived hero from Mexico are positive that thero Is a lino of, communication extending thru Mexico and that tho German lltclllgenco depart ment on this side of tho Atlantic 13 now being coductcd from Mexican do-Iii- RUNS XAKKD 10 YEARS, TIIKX ENLISTS IX ARMY San Francisco, July 15. After running naked on a secldcud Isle of tho Santa Barbara group for ten years, during which time ho lived as Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' Pagei Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles of Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds tQJhe best minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone ll. ,I.A f..Vk ' 1 'h A ..A ,A III AAA III Mlb MUllit,. II&I&I3 ilG limit to enthusiasm for The Three Current Issues Free Youth's Companion. V you do not know THE COMPANION I S let us lend you Three Current Usuet FREE. 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Special Pases la: all age. iuc JJ im McOIi's Magaar.s U ISSUES by AND A DUM fATIUK maiionAnwncmi ine. .? 1 P3P': 7l sjvery ioumUi uf UtT fMrn for... tut t io iinnu to pAllHun W mtt r. u. .T7....o MAIL'S rvSs Uls wir snus Ihe muDiuinN fnr si wki. and only.)1917 Uoe Calendar. U to wiYouth's Companion subscribers year; also cholae of any MAGAZINE every month for one cover mailing FREE tor 2 cent, extra to COMPANION. S.P.ulS,.DOSTON.MAAaiUSETr8 u"j "'n PPe - HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. HOUSE I1RAXCH OWBNSBORO, KY. j week.) (Too late for last The Sunday sciioois, aiso singing Is progressing nicely. Dr. Chas. DeWeesc and wlfo of Martwick visited Mr. and Mrs. Max Fetro-Men- ta Relives Files Huthart a few days this week. No matter how stubborn the Mr. Walter Greep loft Tuesday lo territory. will position with tho caso may be Petro-Ment- a It is assumed that if there is a lino accept a clerical bring relief. A trial will convlnco :. it. n. of communication thru Mexico that you. For salo by Ohio County Mr. U. A. Whlto mado a business thero must bo a wireless station Drug Co. Price 25c. tnn to Hartford Monday. somowhero In Mexico; otherwise it s Sanders has returned Graco would not bo possible to got direct at Central communication with Berlin nnd even from a several days visit with such a station, it Is pointed out, city. Mr. and Mr3. Joo Stewart spent Feel right all tho time. Don't lay ofl communication would not bo possible , fnr ilftva hv rhlcinf calomel with Mrs. Jio. Sunday n in Spain unless thero Is keeps yotf , when pleasant Loath. neutral country. or somo other on your feet, while relieving your troubMiss ii.vilc Dmall is visiting M only Years Used But tho spy revelations are le. Safer too, and easy to take. Don't I take anything else. You can't afford one nart of tho story. According to Jojj Wilboua family at Princeton, if PliTninnfoa nnisnnR. cleansesA BVS . the information brought to tho Gov Ky. .:., - ..neii jI i xem. ana reiiuvea cuuujjuhui. Mr. ami Mis Joe Stewart visited ernment authorities tho Carranza ural remedy, natural in its actions, sura government is doing everything poss- relatives In Louisville two days :at results. It in its effect and certain in Vc-Lax will won't be long before Liv- ible to embarrass tho British and the wcok. been completely displace calomel in evert Little '.villi' Farrls who has concerns that havo conAmorican out. home.i Children can take it freely ant cessions In Mexico. Recently assess quite ill Is "i'rlf to bo with perfect safety. Every bottle guarof nosino vie Mrs. .Nancy Alford ments that amount to confiscation anteed. ' 50c and 1 in bottles None In.-ton MrP. II. Alford sovmal genuine without the likeness and signa havo been lovled against tho Ameri '.ltd jt-ekture of L. K. qrigsby. For sale by can coppor companies, and the taxes days last Mrs.'J'"C Y.'hito of Narrows visl'ed companies The Woman's Tonic ;. H. WILLIAMS, - Hartford. Ky against tho British oil Frl.luy which havo Just becomo effective aro V.r ord Mit. E. A. White? last out of reason, and, as Is asserted, and Saturday. Sold Everywhere Mrs. Horace Daniel and daughter aro plainly levied with tho view to confiscating theso properties. Tho GUla, of Olaton spent a few hours American Petroleum Company, which bore Tuesday. Miss Rouena Rowo, who Is visiting supplies a largo part of the oil connavy, Is hard her sister, Mrs. Vernon Crowder, has sumed by tho British 111, but Is Improving. hit, by thlsmow tax and has entered been ulto any other propMr. and Mrs. Will Ford of Owens- - ford Republican, and government a protest to tho British erty belonging to said Hartford Revisiting relatives hero. government has boro, aro and tho British . as office fixtures, typo ft SBSVWU. Dirrravfl Mr. Jesse Wilkorson and Mr. Jim publican, called tho attention of tko United Celebrated lor tXylf. penea ni, simplicity is proper reliability nearly 40 ycirs. Sold In nearlr Ferguson have gone to Louisville to machines and any othor States to tho situation. every city and town In the united States tai ty owned by tho Hartford Republican work on tho Cantonment. Cantda, or by mail direct. More sold Hub Cnrrnuztt any other make. Seiul (or free catalogue being used by said company, Mr. Nowton Baizo of Fordsvllla and now It Is asserted thattho Carranza MAGAZINE among tho voters. togother with all notes and accounts Wore subscribers wan any oinei lasniost government at this tlmo is thoroly spent Tuesday hero bolonglng to tho ostato of C. M. miniine million a month. Invaluable. Lat. sentiment dominated by est styles, patUrns, dressmaking-- millinery, MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. narnott. deceased, togother with the plain sewing, (ancy needlework, hairdressinc in Mexico and that this is duo largely etiquette, good stories, etc. Only 60 cents a subscription list of said paper, and propogan-dlst- s. year (worth doable), including a tree pattern. to tho work of tho Gorman Subscribe todar. or send tor sample copy. tho good will of tho business. Ohio Circuit Court. Ono American who has lived ONDEBFUL INDUCEMENTS Supply Co., ot al 3rd A certain lot In the city of many years and who Is nowoll Printers' Brings premium In Moxlco for Hartford, Ohio County Kentucky, I to Agents, rostai offers. Address csiiiujus Plaintiffs, and new cash prise tho owner of largo properties thoro bounded as follows: 'CH MtCUL CO.. SS l MS W. I7tk 9L. NIW TOU vs. Notice said on his arrival hero a day or so neclnnliiK at the Intersection of, W. S. Tlnsloy, et al., Defendant. ago that ho was surprised that the .,... im iirasriini Pursuant to Judgment and ordor of Union and Mulberry Streets; thence United States Government had not July term, 1917, with Mulberry Streot 104 feet and at tho beforo this taken somo ofllclnl notice salo entered for tho purpose of paying tho various 10 Tnches to tho lot now owned by J. of what is going on in Moxlco. sot out in tho Judgment Ham Barnes; thenco at right angles "I supposed It was generally Judgments abovo styled action, and 101 fcot with his lino to tho Morton filed In tho known," said ho, "that Mexico is purpose of paying all cost, I property; thenco at right. angles with practically In tho hands of German for tho will offe,for salo at public auction to a lino of said lot 104 fcot and 10 Unquestionably much sympathizers. Succeed when everything else falls. best bidder at tho inches to Union Street; thenco with plotting against tho United States is tho highest and in Hartford, Ky., Union Street 101 feet to tho begin In nervout prostration and. female court houso door weaknesse they ate the supreme hoIiik on across the border. Know August C, 1917, at about ning. temedy, at thousands hate testified. ing tho situation as I do Ji am con on Monday, Doing a portion of lot conveyed to ono o'clock p. in., upon :i FOR KlDNEYtLIVERAND vinced that but for tho fact that tli tho hour of M. STOMACH TROUBLE of 0 and 12 months, tho fol Hartford Lodgo No. G7B F. & A. Central American and South credit artier mill recorded in Book M, page 041, It is the best medicine ever sold Amnripnn Governments sided with lowing described property over a diuggis"s counter. linotype or Ohio Couuty Clerk's oillco and con 1st Ono the I'n'ied States In this war Moxlco typo casting machtno of the manu-rnctur- o voyed to C. M. narnett by W. H4 would havo como out In tho qpon in of the MorKonthaler.Llnotypo Moore, J. P. Sandorfur and J. C. Ilor favor of Gormany. As it Is, everybearing name "Linotype," trustees for tho said F. fc A. M. thing that can possibly bo done to Company, Lluotypo Model 6 ro. Lodge by deed recorded In docd book "Wants being known as ombarmss tho United States is 35, pago 402, Ohio County Court iinno rn Mexican soil. It seems io R.9032. Uabcock Clork's oillco. standard 2nd Ono mo It is a situation which this Go- Tho purchaser will be required to cylinder press, 12 by 18 Chandler & fcrnnieiii can not lenoro." 8 by 12 Chandlor exocuto bond with upproved security Prico Job prssj ono n. t..i ..moa. mi 20 inch Chaudlcr immediately nfter sale, and a Hen una ncncrtKJAt uvr.mir bona (c Prico paper cutter; one four horso wm bo rotalned until euch Dissolved in water for doachs ttopr y- FOR FLETCHER'S fi i p. Ifii.Dn frnanltnn Auyt(.iml 4a- nnfil 111 full. power rairuiiiinn u.n.iw under my hand, this tho 12th pelvic catarrh, ulceration nnd anamaiven 1 oiiElno: ono 2 horso power Fairbanks ination. Recommended by Lydia E. . Pinkham Med. Co, for ten year. H Morso gasollno engine; one eclipse day of July, 19,17. .. A healing wonder for nasal catarrh OTTO C. MARTIN, folding machlnooho Uoston staplor; ' Held As Plotter. tore throat and sore eyas. Economical, Master Commissioner. safo; and all Has esusoAlaary cteanauaa aaJ gennkiJal !"?". Detroit, Mich., July 1C Oscar one Mosler llroproot innlnrlul bo- Ernest ...... Slmmorman, & fllnilll n...i nllior VcuuL TtxPSslonToilflCoMwav. lklan.Mm. Blttmnn, a Gorman, CO years of ago, ji. l. Hcuvrin, Attorneys of tho Hurt- - Woodo-wrd-, was take'u lu custoday today on sus lotiBlne to tho prlntcry Incorporated USE LI V-VER-- For Lazy Liver and the Troubles ol Constipation. ax M-s- Ho-jine- im .lr 40 -.- CARDUI f r . I far toBsM n. I , 0a Beet r.c liters to-wl- two-lott- er EveryWomau Ohil.dren Ory CASTO R A -- ". .- i -- . . D- - -- 11 -- v 4-- 5 - k-- I -- ? For Persons Registered y ox-cr- vn - i -- r--4 i Wo nro authorized to announco For Representative. pamphlet and copy the form shown cato of exemption will bo Issued to Wo aro authorized to" nnnounco tho candidacy of J. W. DUVALL for the Local Boards, candldncy of L. L. KMIIRV for tho Republican nomination for Jnllor the county In the-- United thore. .you. In of Republican nomination for Repre- Ohio county. Subject to tho Pri(b) Fill out the proper form and Ilemember: States and for every city over 30.- mary Election, Saturday, August 4, sentative of Ohio county. Subject (n) This certlficato may bo rc- 000 there tiro one or more local ex- - fllo It with tho hoard. to tho Primary Election, Saturday, U 17. (c) Do this within seven days of called at any tlmo. August 4, 1917. boards emptlon boards. Each df such Wo nro authorized to nnnounce the (b) If It is temporary" or condl-o- t is In charge of tho registration cards the posting and mailing of notice to Wo aro authorized to announce tho candldncy of E. E. TINSLEY for tlonal, It becomes of no effect when persons registered In tho area over you to present yourself. candidacy of DR. W. Ii. LAWLAOH Republican nomination for Jailer the 'of Tlitf following are tho only grounds tho tlmo or tho condition named arc which tho board has Jurisdiction, and for tho Republican nomination for Ohio county. Subject to tho fulfilled, y has Jurisdiction of all claims for ex- - for exemption: Representative of Ohio county. Sub- ry Election, August 4, 1917. PrimaPresident. 1 (c) You have beon drawn for mlll- That you aro,rin officer, Iogis- ject to tho Irlmnry Election Saturemptlon except those based on In- Only drclMons of district boards dustrlnl grounds. Kind out what laltve, executive, or Judicial of tho tary servlco and whon tho condition iludiistilr.t claims for dlschargo Mi day, August 4, 1917. Wo nro authorized to nnnounce the ni, candidacy of S. A. LKE for the Reboard lias jour 'card and where the United States, a State or Territory, that has postponed your posting to bo Wo aro authorized to announco tho publican o;i nlcd. or the Dsltrlct of Columbia. nomination for tho colors .ceases you may bo re- office of Hint board N. to appeal the decision candidacy of J. D. HILL for tho Re- Ohio county. Subject to tho Jnllor of If ynu Primary 2 That 'ou aro a regular or duly called at any time. publican nomination for RepresentaDistrict Hoards. district (d) Remember that your caso may of tho you may boards to the Presi- tive of Ohio County. Subject to the every Fcdoral Judical district ordained minister of religion.' In dent, do so within seven Primary Election, Saturday, August 3 TImt 'ou were JIav 18 still bo appealed to tho district board Wo are authorized to announce the there aro one or more district boards days of tho dato of mailing to you of , ivii. candidacy of J. T. Wl'DIlING for the having appellate Jurisdiction over a n student preparing for the ministry by tho Government nnd on this tho decision of the district board. To ,n n,,y recognized theological or dl- - peal your certlficato may bo Republican nomination for Jailer of of local boards and having For County Judge. perfect your appeal Ohio county. Subject to tho Prima. drawn at once. When so withdrawn Vo aro authorized to announce Uje Iry Jurisdiction of claims for vlnlty school. 1 Get or copy from tho district or Election, August 4, 1917. 4 military or you stand precisely as though you candidacy of MACK COOK for the Tlmt 'ou aro ,n l exemption on industrial grounds. If www tf Republican nomination for Judgo of service of the United States, had been selected for. military ser-trl- local board Form 163. you Intend to nuikc a claim on Indus- - "aval Wo nro authorized to nnnounco the 2 Fill out tho form nnd file It tho Ohio County Court. Subject to 3 That you are a subject of Ger- - Mco by tho local board, grounds, Including agriculture, with tho district board. mo iTimary Election, Saturday, Au- candidacy of CHARLEY JOHNSON whether you have taken out for tho Republican nomination for Adver.se Decisions On Claim. learn w hiit district board to apply to. 3 Do this within seven days after gust 4, 1917. Jailer of Ohio county. Subject to iupers or not. ytfur-clalI Is disallowed bv the tho mailing Red Ink Serial Number. t of notlco to you of tho , , tho Wo ato " "" vou nrn i Every board lias numbered the "' ' ? "'!'" dccWon of tho d,atrlct "oard Afyour candidacy authorized to announco tho gust Primary Election, Saturday, AunaSrs 4, 1917. of It. H. WEDDINO for f0d tho local rarda In Its iuris.llctlon with red ink v,ho nas "ot taken out Hrst caso. theRepjbllcan nomination forjudge J" """"'on to claims Tor exomp- - the district board as ono who has in a series running from 1 to tho Wo How Vou Will Re Notified That You ot 1110 unio county Court. Subject to nnnounco h ,,on claims for discharge may be been called for military service and number representing the total, num- to tho Primary Election, Saturday, candidacy of C. A. SMITH for the ReHave Hccn Selected For Military nuic,e on an of ,ho following gromds not exempted or discharged. publican nomination August 4, 1917. Within ber of cards In Its jurisdiction. Lists for Jnller ot Service. Ohio county. Subject to tho Primnrr showing tho names ofiersons, In' tho vh,ch are Ule onl' grounds for (Us-- ( two days therafter, If practicable, n As soon as your caso is finally disWo are authorized to announce the Election, Saturday, August 4, 1917. I lfst of those so certified to tho district jurisdiction of each board and tho Charge by a local board. y 1 That you are a county or muni- - i)0ard will bo given to the press with posed of, the adjutant general of your candidacy of R. 11. .MARTIN for the red ink number of each card are Stnto will notify you by mall that Republican nomination for Judgo of Wo aro authorized to announco the a request for publication, will be you havo been open to Inspection "at tho offlce of npai onicer. selected for military tho Ohio County Court. Subject to candidacy of WORTH T1CHENOR 2 That you aro a customhouse, posted In tho ofTicos of the local tho Primary Election, Saturday. Au for the Republican nomination for each board. service. gust 4, 1917. board accessible to the nubile view. Inspect the list nnd' inform your- rink. Jailor of Ohio county. Subject to Your local boards will post a list ." That you are employed by tho and notice will bo mailed to the ad- tho Primary Election, sSnlurdny, Auself of your red ink serial number. of all persons selected for military Wo nro autnonzed to announco tho gust 4, 1917. i. lined btates in the transmission of (iress on your registration card. Order Of Liability. I sorvlco In a place nt tho office of tho candldncy of .1. A. BELLAMY for tho rja,ls- Tliereroie,"Tf you lime filed a claim These red ink numfJcrs are to be We nro nuthorlzcd to nnnounco th 4 you are an artificer or for exemption and proof In support local boards accessible to public view. Republican nomination for' Judge of That drawn by lot to determine the order Tho loca'l board Will also give lists of the Ohio County Court. Subject to candidacy of J. W. PERRY for the vorkman employed In an armory. iim,.,,r. i in which registered persons are Jo be flTcrnol nf Mow . -- tl rt l.rt TT..t..-..persons selected for military service ine XTimary Election, Aug. 4, 1917. Republican nomination for .Tniii.r of ... . . ' Ohio county. "'" "L K"v u""tu ""ice or tne local hoard licgluiiliig to tho press with requests for pub- t We nro authorized to Subject to the Pri called by tho xrious local boards. "; , announce tho mary Election, Saturdny, August niiout live Mays after jou lmxc filed lication. Ac cuuti to Thrt onmnlntn ""'" ,, . . eo csnn na iu, drawing is vis i'i v. i candidacy of SILAS L. STEVENS for 4, 1917, loyea .n the proof to sec bat disposition "T" in" f0UT.ar,e lists showing the order In which Notice tlmt yoiubave been selected the Republican nomination for Judge w bn'ted oStatC3 "uler "a y01ic,e ot case and .make ar- - for military .serxlcc " these red ink numbers are drawn will Wo nro authorized to announe the ulll not neces- of tho Ohio County Court.I Subject Para-'rar- m rniigciiipiits To the prompt receipt or sarily to tho Primary Election, Saturday, candidacy of P. M. DROWN for tho be published in the press, and wlllU$eVB" con,d,t,"8l Sf order you into sen Ire. 20 ReE atlons August "4, 1917. Republican nomination, for Jailer of . Tho notice to report for military be posted at tho office of each local (e)r 0'?ccft,on you are a licensed pilot niv To Claim Appeals To District Ohio county. Subject to tho Prima. board servlco will como whon tho Govern Wo aro authorized to announco tho ry Election, Saturday, August 4, reeularlj. employed in the pursuit of rdS. . Go 'to your locnl board nnd find candidacy of WINSON SMITH for tho 1917. ment Is ready to receive you. n jour lorauon. j Claims of appeals may bo made by Republican nomination for Judgo of cut the older lit which you stand for E. II. CROWDER, 7 you are a mariner actually a person .within 10 days after tho That the Ohio County Court. Subject to, call. Provost-- Marshal General For employed in the sea service of any day when notice has been posted nnd W0 nre XBtP?m7 E1CCt,0"r SatUrda'' AU candidacy athorlzed to announce the Call For Examination.. citizen or merchant within the U. S. mailed that such person's name has of D. E. WARD for the 1IALD K.NOI1. As soon as quotas are assigned.to f" t ., S a . ..i. n mnrrlpit mnn ' oM, Ctnlo om.I ool, 1.o,-- ,l i. o'Sol, ... That '..--- -nrf .. vou """ .,li.idischarged. UHU I1UI. U-.. .- July 17 Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Tay We aro authorized to announco the Duiltllitlnn. h 7 ra.i" v..i,r, uuujl-v- i L ?,"e".r "L in liit: 1 ri a w,re w !,;;;, .. ,,, ,nu uiu . VthC1HHinit tfr clllld Pendent on you, cmttcA or , lor and children Darrel C. nnd Oswal candidacy of L. I!. TICHENOR for raary Election, nnn w v tnt wvki Saturday, August" 4, mi l ,appca- l-' D- - sPcnt last Saturday night and tho Democratic nomination for Judge 1917. cards are in its Jurisdiction instruct- ,in"elrc J0" imt vou Invo of tho Ohio County Court. Subject P "" Brt Su"day wUh h,s ,,arCnts Mr-- a,,d to tho Primary Election Saturday, ing them to present themselves for mothTJ dependent on vonr AlS tit or coin- - Form 15.1 or tr.i r.ir hum!? nt, xx' fr..i- For Coroner. examination. This call will be postAugust 4, 1917. Wo nrcauthorlzed to announce the 'OMr cU,ll "f lIcul. supl'ortl, t Mr. nnd Mrs. John Reck. Mr. and ed at the office of the local board and candldncy of DR. A. Ii. RILKY for you havo aged or infirm (Jet or copy also Form 151 or Mrs. William Stewart aro visiting re- For County the papers will be requested to print tho Republican nomination for Cor" """"uv"1 "'"" '""' ,auul - ",r noining uic district uonni , latlves In Henderson county this Wo nre authorizedAttorney. to announco tho oner of Ohio county. Subject to tho A notice will also bejnatled to : it. .. or appeal. candldncy of A. D. KIRK for tho Re- Prilimrx tflnMfnn Cnln..lrtf ' "i'i'' ...... week: you, but tho posting ot the list at 11 That you ore the father of a .1 Kile your claim of appeal (153 Mr. nnd Mrs. Richard Ilor nnd publican nomination for County At- TJh, 1917. office of tho board will be deem- motherless child the torney of Ohio county. Subject to under 1(5 dependent or l."l with the local board. children Vlrgio and Otis spent Satur mo rrimnry Election, Saturday, Au you upon your labor for support. ed sufficient notice to charge For Magistrate. 4 Send your noticx! of appeal day; night with Mr. Oat Sanderfurnjst 4, 1917 with tho duty of presenting your- We are authorized to nnnounoc the I.'.,-- ... 12 That VOll nro n hrntlior nf nn r? -," inn' ... i. .n ......l and Family of Mcllcnry, Ky. "' candldncy of W. C. DAUGHERTY for self. The law therefore makes it orphan chlld" or chUdnm JJ tho Republican nomination for Jus-tlc- o Miss Winona Taylor spoilt For County Court Clerk. last your duty to inform yourself when dei,endent on your t labor for BU We are authorized to announco the of Peace, Roslno Magisterial Dls. Friday night with her uncle Mr. E. you are called. The mailing Is for you are a member of candldncy of W. C. ULANKENSHIP trlct. Subject to tho Primary Elec13That P. Sandefur and family. your convenience, but if the letter we.recognlzed religious sect for tho Republican d.st'r.ct board for tion, Saturduy, August 4, 1917. or or- - xvas Mr. Lutian Sandefur visited Mr. County Court Clerk nomination never reaches you. you cannot make ganlzation organized and existent was certified- to the of Ohio county. ..ostcd and mailed. L. L. Leach and family tho 12th. Subject to the Primary Election, Wo nro authorized to announce the that an excuse. May 18,1917, and xvhose then exist- Saturday, August 4, 1917. candidacy of JA8. A. HOLING for the Watch the lists nt the ofllco of your ing creed or principles forbade Its ' Remember: , Hiislni'ss Opportunities. Republican nomination for JustlcesOt l You can only nppeal the final board and see when you aro railed members to participate In xvar in any Wo are authorized to nnnounco the tho Pc,ace, Sulphur Springs District. order of tho board exempting or dls- WANTED Party with $1,000.00 for examination. form and whose religious convictions charging or refusing to exempt or to take activo part In a permnncnt candidacy of M. F. CRUMLEY for the Subject tcjjio Primary Election, SatRepublican Phy.siclal Examination. County .,., are airainst xvar or iiarMnlnntinn iiicriinrnn vmi nnni business which xvlll net you $2500.00 uouri uierK nomination for Subject urduy, August 4,. 1917. or Ohio county. Tou must report for physlclal ex- - thoreln , accordance wIth the creod'otllor ,oca, annually. Address C. F. Mfg., Co , to tho Primary Election, Saturday, orders or acton of the Wo aro nuthorlzcd to nnnouncn thn . , ilnatlon on tho day named in your nr ,.. ....,.. nt o.M ,oiii..D w. nri,.inina w c,,i ivugiuug uibuiit- - ', n candidacy of E..W. JACKSON for 301 Dullding, Louis- August 4, 1917. uuiiru. x tail. ?.Hnn tho Rfpubllcan nomination for Jus-tlc- o Proving Your Appeal. ville, Ky. :, onU (a) If you aro found physically, The' ., Wo nro authorized to nnnounco the of tho Ponce, Reaver Dam Disfnp You havo five days after the dls- .. . flfcniifilf flnl ihn linni! will rrfi'n vrm candidacyof L. 11. CONDIT for the trict. Subject to tho Primary Elecx exemption or discharge by a local trict board receives your notice that PROGRAM. . . Republican nomination 11 for County tion, Sajurday, August 4, 1917. 111 a iciiiiiiuiv vvuitu vi 11 u.iiuiii .iu hoard ill you havo filed a claim of appeal In Court Clerk of Ohio county. Subject you what your further duties are. I , ...u iolm AIinti,or nDr.nn ... fliQ v.u.... in'xvhjch to fllo evidence additional to We, nro authorized to announco the Tjie Sunday School Convention of to the Primary Election, August 4, " candidacy of M. II. CHOWDER for V0U, au (u f ph'sica,!yyour behalf, but must use different that filed by you In tho local board. the Ohio County Uaptlst Association 1917. - f0PmB qim'Sfled a claim for tho Republican nomination for Jus-tlc- o ln ming tho clalm, xvlll convene nt Bell's Run Haytht such evjdonco mu ' of tho Peaco, Roslno Magisterial emptlon within 7 days after your Tcu For Sheriff. Af,el. amdav'its. CIam To church, Sunday, July 29, 1917, wlch Wet nro nntltnrWnil tn nnnminta Iia district. Subject to tho Primary . call you will bo given 10 days after IWf Decision On Appeal, the following program: candidacy of a. A. RALPH for the Election, Saturday, August 4, 1917. flllne Jour claim of exemption to Your clalm of exeraptlon or dIs. a, mugt 10:00 a. in. Song and prayer. Tho dedsIon on your n ivcy- - 11n.au iiuuiiuuiiuu lur ouenii 01 file proof In "upport .at your claim of ci,arge must ,)0 flied wlthltf seve Wo aro authorized to announco the bo mado wllh, flve days of tho clos. 10:10 Roport of schools and enroll- Ohli. count7. Subject to the Pricxempilom See (MI) below. mary Election, Saturday, August 4. candidacy of W. 8. DEAN for the Reday3 of the da. on whch no!lco t0 lng of proof, aud-yo- u will bo notified ment of mossengcrs. publican nomination for Justlco of (c) If you aro found physically you that you aro ca,,ed wag poste(, ,)y maU Qf tho acUon of Ujo Reading of minutes and tho 1917. Lonrd on 10:30 tho Peace, Sulphur Springs Magisterqualified and file no clulm for ex- - and mMea. But after you ,lavo flle(1 yolu. app0ai, appointment of committee on Wo aro authorized .to announco tho ial district. Subject to tho Primary you do not appear for j clalm for exompton or discharge you' Claims emptlon. or if For Dlschargo On Industrial banner. candidacy of 8. A. RRATCHER for Election, Saturday, August 4, 1917. physical examination, your name will , have ten daya wIthln whlch t0 fllo . Grounds, 10:40 "The Valuo of a Sunday tho Republican nomination for Sherbo posted to the district board as one proof iff of Olo county. 0n,y tho dl8trlcUbonrd can r0.. Subject to the t Wo nro authorized to announco the School io tho Community" who was called for military bervlce . Tho mothod provinB cialms ls very celvo claIma for di8Ci,arK0 on tho Primary El'ectlou, Saturday, August candidacy ot 8. W. LEACH for the Rev. Edgar Allen. Republican nomlnntlon-fo- r Justice or 4, 1917. and xvas not exompted or discharged. 6iml)i0 i.llt it i8 rather exact. If vou nrnnn,i ti.nt vn nr ... 1... 11:00 tho Peace, Reaver Dam Magisterial "Tho duty of a Church Mem , follow tho On the eighth day after call, or with-.vo ,JoIow you will dustrv. ineludlnc nerlciiHum fm,n,i rules district. Subject to tho Primary ber to tho Sunday School" Wo aro authorized to nnnounco the Election, Saturday, August 4, In txvo days thereafter, copies of tho havo dono what g renulred of vou.' to 1.0 nnnossnrv to thn ,nin.n,,n 1917. L. R. Tlchonor. candidacy of G. I JONES for the list of persons, so posted to tho disFirst. Cut to tljo local board and of tho military establishment, the 11:20 "Tho Superintendent's Duty Republican nomination for Sheriff Wo aro authorized to a'nnounco trict boards will bo given to tho consult tho regulations to find out effectlvo operation of tho military to tho. Sunday School" Rev. of Ohlo'county. Subject to tho Pri- candidacy of .1. y. HAGERMAN the for press with a request for publication, tho form number of the affidavits that forces or tho maintenance of mary Election, Saturday, August 4, mo uemocrauc M. G. Snell. nntlonal nomination for Jus11(17. will be posted In a place at the office you must .submit for your particular Interest during tho omergency, tice of tho Peaco. Hurtford Magister11:40 "What Aro tho Needs of of tho local board nccesslblo to tho laliu. ial District. Subject to" Such claims must bo filed with Your Sunday School' Rev. Wo aro authorized to announce tho Election, Saturday, Aug. tho Primary public view, and notice xvlll bo mail4, 1917. Second. Ask the board for the tho district board on or boforo tho candidacy of 8. K. DENNETT for the Hondy Westorflcld. ed to you at (iio address on your blank aflldmits that are necessary firth day after tho mailing and post-i- n 1 1 : CC Democratic nomination for Sheriff of Announcements. Wo aro registration card. Ohio county. Subject to tho Primary candidacy authorized to announce the presenting your proof; If the 'ing of notlco that you havo been 12:00 Noon. Election, Saturday, August 4, 1917. Republican of J. if. DANIEL for the Tliereforo watch tho notices post- board has not the forms, ask to con- - certified by tho local board as ono 1:15 p. m. Devotional Rev. Illrch nomination for Justice ed In the ollico of the board about sun uio imuiiiiii-- i 01 loriiis. of tho Peace, Dartletts Magisterial who nas men caned rr sorovlco and Shields. For Suiierlntcndent. 10 days after tho day jou were call' 1:30 "Somo of tho secrets of SunDistrict. Subject to tho Primary num. jiiivo 1110 niuuuvits proper- - not exompted or discharged. Nolo 'yVomen wno nro legnlly Election, Saturday, August 4, ed ami mako arrangements for the ly accomplished and return them to 1917. If you desiro to fllo such a claim: day School Teaching" Rev. qualified, aro' entitled to voto for pioiupl icceipt of until. 1 lhobonrd within 1110111116 assigned Get or copy at tho local or disSchool Superintendent in both PriL. W. Clark. Wo arcauthorlzed to announco tho Sex en DayH ito File Claims of Exmary and Final Election,. ou 10 days from the filing of your trict boacd Form 101 or Ida. candidacy of ED SHOWN for the 1:50 "Can. a Country Church emption Or Discharge. Republican nomination claim. 2 Fill tho fdrm out properly. Maintain an Evorgrogn SunWo aro authorized to announco the of tho Peace, Hartford for Jimtirn (Except for Industrial or agricul- Remobor: Magisterial 2 Fllo It with tho district board day School" Rev. II. T. candfdaoy of E. 8. HOWARD for the District. Subject tural reasons.) the (a) You must submit your proof within five dftys after tho mailing Republican nomination for Superin Election, Saturday,toAugust Primary Ross. 4, 1917. (n) No claim of dlschargo on ac- In tho prescribed form nnd tho board and posting of notlco that your uamo 2:10 Offering and roport of com- - tendent of Schools of Ohio county. " . ... on count of the industry In which you lias no authority to exempt or' dis- has becji ccrtlflod from tho local s Subject to tho Primary Election, We nro authorized to nnnounce the , miuco oanneiY Saturday, August 4, 1917. nre engaged can bo decided by u charge you unless you submit all tho board to tho district board. candidacy of Q. R. RROWN for tho 2:30 "Tho Methods of Opening ' ) affidavits required by regulations. Republican louil lourd. (Soo Par. XV belo Sco sectlou 44, Regulations. Closing Sunday and a Wo aro authorized to announce the tho Pence, nomination for Justice of Rockport District. Sub-Je(Ii) Whether xou fllo a claim of (Ii) There will bo no nrgumont bo- Proof Iu Support Of Industrial Claim. candidacy of MRS. I. S. MASON tor School" W. M. Fulr. to the Primary Election, Satur-daoxeuiptlou or not, you must present foro tho board and no proof other Only affidavits can bo used In filing 2:45 "How May tho Pastor Equip the Republican nomination for SuperAugust 4th., 1917. yutTsilf for physical evauiiiiattoii on than tho prescribed affidavits unless proof before tho district board of a intendent Himself For Leadership iu Subject to of Schools of Ohio county. tho Primary Election, Satnotice. the day named in tho tho board culls for othor proof which clulm for exemption on Industrial Wo nro authorized to nnnounce tho " tho Sunday School" Dr. E. urday, August 4, 1917. From tho day notlco that you are It will do In only n limited number grounds. " candidacy ot TOM COX, for the ReAll such affidavits must W. Ford. publican nomination for Jutlco ot cnl'ed is mailed and posted you havo of cases. bo filed within five days after tho 3:00 "Missions In the Sunday For Jailer. tho Pjaco, for tho Roslno District. pevea days In which you may (lie a When Claims Aro Decided. filing of tho clulm. Wo aro'authoclzed to announco the Subject School" Rov. R. E. Fuqua. to tho Primary Election. claim of exemption or discharge, Tho Every claim for dlschargo or ex Decisions Of District Hoard On In- - 3:30 Business and announcements candidacy of M. C. SHROADER for August 4th. , 1917. t form for filing this claim is simple. emption will bo decided by tho local dustrlal Claim, 3;45 Song and boncdlctlon, 1 If xou wish to fllo ouch a claim board within threo days after your Within fivo durys after tho closing All scho61s aro requested to bo s (a) Go to tho board and get Form affidavits havo been filed. -- W of proof ln any industrial claim tho represented. 11" lor exomptlou pr Form 121 for Certificate of Exemption Or Dis district board must decide tho claim. REV. UIRCH SHIELDS, 1. It tho hoard has not the charge. If tho doclslon of tho district board W. M. FAIR, claim U allowed a certlfl- - is In favor ot tho claim tho board will Coiumltteo. I lssuo a certlficato of discharge If tho Tfeclslon Is against tho claim tho district boards will so notify you. Remombor that you" havo boon called for military sorvlco and that tho certlficato of tho district board is only conditional on your remaining In .tho kind of Industrial service on account of which you woro discharged. No such exemption shnll cuntlnuo when a cause therefor no longer exists and your ccrtlilcuto of dibchargo may bo withdrawn or I'jerttfied by tho district board at any I line that tho district b6ard shall determine that tho circumstances it- quire It ,. Appeifi Of li tlustrlnt' Claim To i'l.i ANNOUNCEMENTS. til tho Primary. $5.00 District offlccs. $2. GO. In advance. V August Primary iiiii Ei3?' Saturday,' m? xvith-orlgln- al y ,,, al !'. . " m T ?V ' ,, "'o ,. ... i. ...iu, ....,i. . ' '": nnr, I,., , I m m l" '" " .. .l.il ,.""" m -- t ; " ... v, Inter-Souther- ,.. ... I ... .. ,,,,, F0 m I ... ... ... -- rni ... . ... I ... ... ... ... ... ct y, ... I, V CALLON THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN FOR FINE JOB PRINTING M