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't production. tlvo operation of tho military estabTho Smoot redistillaWILSON OPPOSES DECLARES WAR: tion "emendment also will be sub- FOOD CONTROL It Is explained In tho re- SIAM lishment. jected to attack becauso It would not gulations, that In the application of DONE-DR- Y GERMAN SHIPS SEIZED CLAUSE affect liquor out of bond. this provision, It will be necessary FOR EXEMPTIONS for vttio claimant to show that hisBILL PASSED continuance In tho Industry or ogrlGERMAN!' HORRIFIED cultural enterprise Is necessary for ALL TEUTONS PLACED UNDER ALSO WILL AT SEIZURE OF SHIPS BRING INFLUENCE tho maintenance of it, and that ho ARREST AND BUSINESSES TO BEAR FOR SINGLE FOOD t ONLY HOUH VALID EXCUSES FOR can bo replaced by another per Copenhagen, July 22. Tho British SENATE OF FOOD CON' CLOSED. ADMINISTRATOR. TROL GETS 80 TO O VOTES those WHO WERE son without dotcrlment to it. This seizure of German ships was deDRAWN'. provision will have a particular inM AGAINST. nounced as a "brutal assault on deterest for a great many of the men fenseless merchantmen" and "a Washington, July 23. President London, July 23. Slam has dedrawn Ip tho county list, since a large act," by Dr. Krlege, director number of them are workers on clared that a state of war exists with Wilson (probably will bring his per- of tho Judicial Department of the PUTS BAN ON KY. BOARDS APPROVED farms. LIQUOR It will bo ncccsary, according Germany and Austria, according to sonal influence to bear on Senate nnd German Foreign Office, In replying to men, It a Iteuter dispatch from Bangkok. House conferees on the food bill to a question In the Reichstag. to the regulations, for these Dr. they claim exemption, to show that Nino steamers, aggregating 19.000 accept '.the House provision for a Krlege added that Germany had urg Those Hmlng Dceiiliiiits, Mariner, their continued labor is necessary to tons, havo been seized. of Distilled Spirit? single food administrator, Instead of ed Holland to demand an apology for Manufacture Got eminent ITniplojes, Tanners Prohibited, Minimum of $2 Tho object of Slam's dcclatration tho board of three as voted by the this unheard of violation In Dutch tho maintenance of the farm and that And Sects Exempt. For Wheat. their places on the farm can not be Is to "uphold tho sanctity of Interna- Senate. The President may take a waters and a precise assurance tha. taken by another without serious tional rights against nations show- hand in some of the other conflict- It would not recur. ing contempt for the principles of ing sections. loss. Dr. Krlege said Germany was enFrankfort, Ky., July 21. PresiWashington, July 21. The Adhumanity and respect for small President Wilson is understood to titled to and would expect Immediate Ilcforo Lorn! Hoard. dent Wilson today approved tho apprefer tho Sonato prohibition sec- restoration of the captured ships and ministration food control bill virtualStates." These, lit a general way, represent pointments of Gov. Stanley as memAll Germans and Austrians, tho tion forbidding manufacture of dis compensation for tho cargoes of those ly rewritten after five weeks' bitter tho causes for exemption which the of tho district exemption boards bers dispatch adds, have been placed un tilled liquors but allowing the sunk, also for the wounded seamen contest was passed today by the SenGovernment is prepared to consider. for Kentucky. Gov. Stanley tonight beer and wine. The House and their dependents. Holland, he ate 81 to 6. Conferees from house and Tho actual process of claiming nn.uer arrest and their businesses received a telegram from Provost put ln'a "bone dry" section. The said, had already expressed, regret at Senate will begin work early next closed. exemption is begun tho day the claim.Marshal Crowder that his appointPresident has heretofore opposed a the occurence and declared It would week and leaders are hopeful the presents himself at his county ments were npproved. They follow: ant measure may be In the President's Slam, "the Land of the Free," a Congressional Committee to' Investi- demand the fullest satisfaction. board for physlclal Eastern District E. S. Hclburn, With thc3 Ingle exceptionexamination. kingdom of Southeastern Asia, has a gate tile conduct of tho war, and Holland further promised that the hands in ten days. of tho last Mlddlesboro; W. M. Prltcbard, AshAs revamped the bill gives the exemptions, tho "occupat- population variously estimated at be- there is no reason to believe he will Dutch fleet would do its utmost to land; II. T. Soaper, Harrodsburg; class of ional," the claim Is to be made be- tween 5,000,000 and 10,000,000; it favor such an amendment to the bill. prevent a repetition and replying to President broad authority over foods Dr. C. A. Maggard, Wayland; J. II. Is probably something more than House prohibitionists declared to- the German representations, said it feeds and fuels, the latter Including fore the local board. Exomptlon .Allltigton, Covington. Unlverslal liability to mili- day they would fight some of the was prepared to employ the utmost kerosene and gasoline; provides for of work In an industry or agriCentral District Andrew Cowan, to the energy to obtain satisfaction of the administration by a committee of Is to bo claimed before the tary service on the European model Senate liquor amendments Peter Campbell, Stanley Spindle, culture board. now Is in force In all. the provinces fod bill uncompromisingly, regard- German demands. The German Gov- three members instead of an indivd-ua- l; district T.oulsvlllo; Dr. C. Z. Aud, Cerulean authorizes Federal fixing of coal The claim for exemption, whether of Slam, including Bangkok. The less of appeals for speedy agree- ernment Dr. Krlege said, was confiBradfords-vlll- e. Springs; J. P. Averltt, made beforo tho local board or the peace strength of the army is about ment. Dry leaders look to making dent Holland would act accordingly. prices, requisitioning "and operation, of mines, and authorizes a minimum board must be made before 12,000 men, while the navy consists tho bill nearer tho form in which it Western District S. J. Dodds, district guaranteed price of nott less than vessels, all left the House "bone dry" for the 'PAY AS YOU EAT" IN tho seventh day after the mailing of nominally of twenty-on- e Hickman; D. C. Stlmson, Owcnsboro; tho card, which PLACE OF FREE LUNCH $2 per bushel for wheat at primary duration of tho war. orders him to report. of small size. In peace, there aro "W. II. Yost, Madlsonvllle; W. D. Dunmen available for service afloat, markets. The Senate prohibition The House drys concede it may be Ho will be furnished a blank by his can. Central City; Dr. J. II. Black New York, July 22. War is. all sections, prohibiting manufacture of impossible for thorn to 'restore the local board, which he will fill put dis- besides a reserve of 20,000. burn, BowllngjGrcon. In tho NlnpfpenHi rnnturv rppnlnfr absolute prohibition or manufacture Sherman saldjjt was and more. Not distilled beverages during the war closing tho nature of his claim and Gov. Stanley Is directed to desig MAIU "II.G, U U M.M.UM.U..U t..M..U...J IMVJT UUJC kU Qk indicating the testimony which he A Inlrkma In valatlnna 'W naf a tillahorl ' r9 haai nnil nirtnA t.i.tI. tf.n. 1.n .n tn mI only has "freo lunch" disappeared and directing the President to buy nate tho first place of meeting for the lmust nroduco to empor- all distilled spirits in bond, was subsubstantiate the witn tne unueu mates ana tne jsu- - f least get in a section gmng.the PresI- - from every llavo tho boards organboards and to aent power to limit or pronibit their ium here, but "pay as you eat" lunch stituted., for the House "bone dry" facts as he reprensents them. The ropean nations. ize at once for work. has taken Its place alongside the ma provision and will be one subject of regulattos provide that the local Names of the drafted men publish--c- d hogany and dally stirs the hard difficulty In conference. board shall render its decision on f yesterday included necessarily a tho exemption claim working 'longshoreman and the hunSenators voting against the bill ..within, three large number who, for a variety of days gry truck driver to blasphemous were: France, Maryland; Hard wick, after the affidavits are filed. Teasons, are not within tho Governphilosophy on the futility of the Georgia; Penrose, Pennsylvania; Both the Government and the man ment's Intention as to compulsory claiming exemption have the right Reed, Missouri, Sherman, Illinois,' armed conflict. .service, and for tho exemption of and Sutherland, West Virginia, of appoal from, the decision of the whom tho Government has made proAviator Falls; Drowns. Amendments Disposed Of. local board. The appeal Is made to vision. Interost among these men, Wilmington, Del., July 21. Allen tho district board, whero tho case Is OOOOOOOOOOOOOtXQOOOXCXMOOOOOCK0CXXXXX)OCXWQvXX0000 Scores of amendments were dlspos-ur- es the publication of their names, given a since Ashley Smith, 25 years old, of second hearing and the de- o were the incorporation of the centered In the Government regulaBrooklyn, N .Y., a student at the cision either affirmed, modified or reed of today, but the principal o Below will be found the names of Ohio county citizens who as to what 'it regards as Just tions aviation school maintained by the du versed. The decision of the district o authorizing the minimum get first call under the selective draft. Ohio county quota is grounds for exemption. Pont Powder Company at Claymont, wheat price and board in cases appealed from tho o another by Senator 157, and double that amount was drawn with the idea that evIn carrying out theso general InDel., was drowned In the Deleware local boards Is final. The decision of o Pomerene greatly broadening tho ery other one would be exempt. So we publish the names of dentions, the Government has formulRiver today when the aeroplane in the district board In cases where the o power to handle the the full number (314) drawn on first call, from which the ated particular regulations governing district board has original Jurisdicflying fell into the Government's which he was coal situation. The Government' cuota of 157 will be taken. tho great number and variety of cases tion, as In the case of "occupational" o river near Marcus Hook, Pa. This guarantee for wheat would be paywhich might bo expected to arise exemption, may day In vas to have been Smith's last be appealed to tho able at all principal interior primary under each of tho four divisions. Tho tho training course for an aviator's t market until July 1, 1919. Tho 1369 258 Lennis J. Brown, Center-tow- n. Patton, Hartford .application of these particular reg- President. license. Senate rejected 46 to 33,. an amend616 Forrest French, Prentiss caso called Is left In ulations to tho ment by Senator Norris to have the 373 Vernon M. Ciowdcr, Horse tho hands of tho local Exemption 458 Lloyd Cavcndcr, Hartford food board Instead of Congress fix Exemption Branch Boards and tho district 1436 Layton Ross, Centertown GERMAN IS SENT the minimum price. 1676 Ray Stephens, Cromwell "A. Boards, tho two passing on separate 854 Chas. A. Hoover, Hartford The Pomerene coal amendment," FOR AIRCRAFT 1265 Oscar McKinney, McHenry classes of claimed excmptlons; 1894 Carl H. Wilson, Rockport TO ELLIS ISLAND incorporated by the overwhelming 1891 Jno. A. Vilson, Rockport Four Causes For Exemption. Wright, Ewell 1878 Heibert vote of 72 to 12, directs the Presi775 Elmer P.Hunter, McHenry Under the four general heads of Livia dent, thru the Federal Trade Com486 Ernest M. Dodson, Centeiexemption tho particular regulations SENATE PASSES HOUSE BILL 1095 Shelby Willis Lee. Harttown TRIED TO ENLIST IN AVIATION mission or other agency, to fix coal are broadly as follows: AUTHORIZING ENORMOUS ford' prices, wholesale and retail, regulato 692 Luther W. Galley, SimDependents: Those who have a CORPS WAS IN TEUTION AEHOPLANE FLEET. 2022 William McHenry, Hartthe entire Industry and, It necessary, mons ARMY.. wlfo or child dependent upon their ford take over and operate coal mines 600 Aretus Evans, Dcanfield labor for support ; or tho son of a 1155 Owen Renfrew, White Run and fix prices of labor. 1986 Jas. L. Buich, Beaver Dam widow depoildont upon his labor for Washington, July 23. Tho House On a final vote the Senate refused 781 John H. Hobdy, Simmons 810 John Haynes, White Run support; or tho father of u mothor-les- s Newark, N. J., July 23. The sec- GO to 23 to place tho bill's administ1813 Chas. C. Watts, McHenry 1539 Thos. F. Smith. McHenry child under 1G years of age, whd bill appropriating $640,000,000 for ret orrest several weeks ago by tho aviation servlco was passed late 1858 Walter A. Williams, Ro- ration In the hands of an individual t; 1632 Roy St. Clair, Dundee is dependent upon his labor for Department of Justice agents of Karl Senators understood today the Adsine 507 Baity N. Dcmpsy, Liver- or the son of an Infirm parent today by the Senate without amendDasel, formerly a noncommissioned ministration would endeavor to have upon his labor for ment or a record vote and with less 1752 Enis Townsley, Haitford more who Is dependent officer in the German army and now conferees substitute the original 300 Isaac Foster Bennctt.Hait- support; or tho brother of a child than an hour's discussion. It now 1117 Dclbert D. Moseley, Harta member or tne First uegiment, the goes to tha President. house provision for a single administ 1C years of ago who has neithford ford under Now Jersey National Guard, became Tho rator. 1572 Lee Stevens, Beaver Dam 437 Millard 'il.Carahan, Equaler father nor mother and who Is de- many Senate's only dispute, with publicly known today when the mombors expressing a desiro to This will be another source of con- - ' upon his labor for support. 1748 Henry Tyler, Livia pendent ity prisoner was transferred to Ellis Ispass tho bill Immediately, wns over ferenco trouble. 837 Ira W. Hazelip, Rosino 1324 Gilboit H. Phelps, Prentiss It Is explained In tho regulations thut land. Tho man has been under Appropriation in tho House bill of 203G Geo. W. Thomas. Beaver 604 Roscoo Embrey, Beaver a married man whoso family Is not an amoudmentto of Senator Hardwlck, heavy military guard In tho Essex of Georgia, strike out a clause $150,000,000 was left unchanged by "mainly" supported by his labor, but 43 Homer Albin, Rosino Dam reasons which Comity Jail hero for the Senate, which added an approp337 Jns. Wm, Chapman, Prenby on estnto or othor Income asldo authorizing drafting of the men for 1763 John E. Tooley, Rockpoit aro still shrouded In mystery by tho tho nerlal service. Tho amendment riation of $10,000,000 however, for 1548 Henry tiss from his actual labor, Is not exempt. Stevens, Center-tow- n authorities. CG to 12. Federal purchase and sale of soda G7G Edward Free, Fordsvillo samo Interpretation applies to was rejected, Tho Dasel, a photographer, had applied Details of plans for expending tle nitrates' for fertilizer. 1264 Francis E. Mclntyre, Mc- 275 Geo. W. Bellamy, Dean-fiel- d the regulations concerning tho other lingo for enlistment recently In the Aviasum appropriated havo been Auothor important Senate addidependents, as applies to wives. Heniy tion Corps. Previous to tho decla- tion to the bill provides for a proJoint Odlcers of tho United withheld but it is known that It Claaso 509 Claudie J. Daugherty, Ren1066 Jesso A. Lee, Beaver Dam of a state of war by the United congressional committeo to supervise ration or of nny soparato Stato; min- vides for about 22,000 aeroplanes 921 Mack Hcnshaw, Hartford frew Stntes reStates, his alleged war expenditures. It was proposed 1185 Miller E. Felix, Olaton 420 Hanison C. Cox, Echols isters, students of divinity, porsons aud nearly 100,000' men. marks attracted attention hero and by Senator Owen, a Democrat, and Tho President Is expected to sign In tho military or naval service of tho 1014 Leda Keith, Olaton 564 Eli Dcnnison, Haitford when he appeared for enlistment In Incorporated by a vote of 52 to 31, Uultod States, or a subject of Ger- the bill Monday, and tho work of 945 Elbert Hill, Hartford 1178 Con MidkifT, Olaton the National Guard ho was question- sovoral other Democrats voting with bulldng ono of the greatest fleets many living in tho United States, and 1913 W. A. Whobrey, Haitford 514 Wm. R. DeBiuIcr, Fordsed In regard to his apparent change the solid Republican membership. seen tho 596 Frank Eveily, Centeitown all othor aliens who havo not taken with world hasDuring will bo pushed villo This he explained, it of sentiment. vlgpr. tho first year The Senate also added provisions out their first papers; county or 1207 Ben T. McDonald, Sim433 Willio Colycr, Whitcsvillo was said, by saying, ho enlisted to against hoarding of foodstuffs and for officers, elected by popular officials hopo to produce at least municipal 1329 Otha Payne, Reynolds Stamons fight "German autocracy," and not with a great Increaso the next regulation of grain exchanges, auBaize-tow- n vote, whoso unexprled term may bo 536 Welby Daugherty, tion the German people and that ho was thorizing year. For tho first few months virthe President to close them filled by appointment; customhouse 10 Hciman A. Asliby, Center-tow- n in hearty accord with President Wil- If necessary to stop speculation tually tho entiro attention will bo la dorks or persons employed In tho 1195 Ed Robison, Reynolds son's policy. futures. transmission of tho malls; workmen ceutored on construction of studont 1015 Hiley Kissinger, Cromwell 618 Geo. Davis, Beaver Dam Dasel's parents live In Germany planes and there has been talk of Altho leaders succeeded In securin armories'; pilots und mariners; 1031 Wm. Costis King, Dundee 126 Robt. Burgess, Clifton and ho has a brother now fighting In ing adoption of all their comprqmlso persons omployod in tho sorvlce of bringing British and French aviation 1705 Jesso H. Torrence, McPrentiss tho German army. He was at one amendments, the small group of tho United States, In a capacity nec- student officers to tho United States Henry 1678 Cody Leo Stewart, Fords- said, a stoward on the time, it was Senators, who have persistently essary to tho maintenance- of any tor training. 1331 Kylo villo Beaver Plummer, Hnmbarg American liner President, fought the bill tonight claimed a liranch of such service, and who can 1237 Maljie MidkifT, Fordsvillo Dam ILucolu. share of success. Chairman Gore, 1C85 Era Staples, Foidsvillo not bo replaced by appointment with- HEES SILENCE CHURCH 781 Elbrldgo Gerry Hugorman, m of tha Agriculture Committee, withdepartBELL WITH HONEY Woman 111) Years Old. out loss to etllclency of tho 487 John Ditzer, Whitcsvillo Centeitown" Copenhagen, July 22. The takers drew his proposed .substitute bill, ment. 1282 Ann McCarty, I'hilpot 1732 Rigdon Torrcncc, White proHalsey, Oro., July 22. A swarm Creeds Mombors or recognized of tho census in the occupied dis- saying five of Its soven principal 1323 John Bullock, Pientiss Run religious sects or organizations whoso of busy bees has taken possession of In Russian Poland havo found visions had been finally adopted In tricts 1817 Chas. W. Williams, Beaver 755 Thomas Hill, Beaver Dam tho belfry of tho Christian Church In u Courland village a Lettish wom- - tho measure before tho Senate principles forbid Its members to 107 Beit B. Barnard, Rookport Dam Limits Government Control. In war and whoso religious con- hero and has stored honoy In such nn 119 years old, says a Berlin dis 797 Ellis Hinds, Whitcsvillo 1516 Willio B. Southard, Hart- quanity that the floor has broken' patch. Church records attest hor Tho bill limits Government control 140 James M. Boone, Whites-vill- o victions aro against war: ford years om wneu na virtually to the original subjects of ago. sue was Occupations Persons engaged In and honey' is dripping down upon tho 1503 Clarence Stits, Whitcsvillo agriculture, boll, making it impossible to ring it poleon's "grand army" marched Into industries, including Continued on pago eight, (Concluded on pago eight.) CXXX)O0tXXXX00OXXKX)OXX0XXCXXCXX00OCXCXXXXXXXKXXW0 Russia. found to bo ucccsary to tho offec- - for church services. T pro-flga- te mnnu-facturorof se 5,-0- 00 .' J Jt thirst-quenchi- Ohio Countians Who Get First Call Ei-nes- $640,000,000 sup-pro- 0, on-ga- n i .tmr jvj ' examples of very careless and Inexact observation of apparent coincidences. Now, n coincidence Is ono of tho most misleading tilings In tho world, difficult for oven an export to haudlo A man who makes lots of money altho It is tho favorlto form of doesn't always get credit. with pcoplo who lovo wondering more than thinking, nnd prefer It must dickens of an un- guessing to loglc. pleasant expojnee to wako up some Supposo wo look nt tho known a. m. with a 00 liorso power, long facts amout tho moon. Tho moon stroke headache, without having had revolves around tho sun so near to any fun tho night before. tho earth that tho latter Interferes with Its motion and bonds Its track so Royco Iglehcart says ho knows that, in the courso of n little less than of nothing that needs as little stimu- a month, tho moon appears, In lant, In order to obtain perfect outsldo tho earth's orbit, circulation as a bad report on an In- ahead of tho earth, Insldo tho earth's nocent young person. orbit, behind tho earth, and then will ond your search It will fill nil of your expectaonce more outside. That Is tho truo every time wo como to way In Almost tions of what a good silk hose should do. It's soft, which tho moon" revolves tho office to try to write this stuff, around lustrious beauty gives an appearance of elegance. Its the earth. What It renllv our wife goes to prayer meeting. revolves around is tho sun. TsiiBFaoirza. 123 All that Cu.ca'borla.ri.i. ...... .. soft pure silk gives a rare degree of. comfort and the Some mcddlesomo guy has certainly tho earth's Interference docs Is to C9 SPANIARD DRAFTED; 2Jitv al been sneaking up to tho offico window make It weave In best quality of materials gives it an ironclad durabilinnd out along its ASKS TO SERVE U. S. and then tattling about what ho course ty that makes them True Economy Hose. FRIDAY, JULY 27 heard us say afterward'. Thero aro two ways In which the Washington, July 23. A Spaniard moon manifestly nffects the earth. of New Orleans, Samuel Sanjlnes, Thero aro a few orrco gay young Tho first of If this latest spasmodic attempt to one of tho thousands whose number, theso is by gravitation, conserve food supplies Could only be 2CS, was the first to come out of the birds around here, out of whom, as or force of attraction. Tho second made pernianenCthls country would bowl of army draft lottery, telegraph- the day of conscription draws near- Is by the light which sheds reflecer, you couldn't tako tho latest Im- tion have a surplus sufficient to give the ed Secretary Baker today: from the sun. Neither the moon proved, doublo acting, reinforced nor Allies what they stand In irced of. the earth produces any light of drew my number first nnd vacu-u"You cleaner and get even a tjny Its own, botli being opaquo, nonlum-inou- s altho I am not an American citizen J Ohio County, with a continuance but a Spaniard and have never ap little smile. bodies. Tho attraction that of present flattering prospects Is due plied for naturalization papers, to the moon exerts upon tho earth Is When a man with only n dollar or less than to garner the largest nnd best crop be the first one drawn I consider of that which bits tho ever produced In the history of the such an honor that I beg to offer two, to his name, can Imbibe cnith exerts upon the moon. Women's Silk Lisle Hose, with County. Tho wheat crop is about all ou my services to fight In the war worth of booze, Chicago booze, and This attraction, nt the earth's sur get himself robbed of thousands and face, double garter top, seanile$. double heel, sole and toe, threshed, while tho yield is smnll It for freedom and democracy thrust nt a point directly under the thouasnds of dollars, a whole hand- moon, amounts to tho insignificant in of Aquality. black, pair Hue. on this great Nation." ful of precious diamonds and other of thr Aliens who have not applied for valuables, have a score of lawyers fraction of Women's puro Tram Pilk Hose, with lisle gaiter v'nrMl' The drawing under the conscrip- first naturalization papeis are exfnrc nf I'ravlfl- - ultlfli inrxiTw and three or four detective agendo i that If tion act Is now history and the pond- empt from draft. top, seamless, double heel, solo and toe, black and weigh 1R0 pounds th' jou humbly placing themsolvos at his erous and slow grinding machinery moon on yoii' tilting white, pair SOe. disposal., it looks like ono dickens of body Is iroce ol tho i snroly, If sluggishly coming up to TO of-ti-n ounce. Stll. THE KEPURLICAN up a shame to wako the poor fellow Women'.- Hose, pure thread .lap point of calling for the fir-- t one tho this slight "differential attraction" VOTERS Ol-- ' OHIO COUNTY Half million and more. If Is practicalof tho tnoon stilFces to create ccear &ilk, with all improvements, bjaek, while, ! "5 tram Theroaro a lot of animals at ly settled now of course, as to who I wish to embraco this opportunity Washington, labeled "U. S .Senator tides, and no doubt atmospheric tide v. Ill be first called for .examination, to thank thoo of my friends and an dmember of Congress" that oi.ghr of proportional magnitude But is it ex- our prediction is, considering supporters who have thus far ex- to be darn woll shod behind, st rough tlkel that it can have any iutiuenc mptions as announced and physical pressed themselves In my behalf, in haltered and tied, away up somo in- upon the growth of chelation, or ('inabilities, at least three must be my race for the Republican nomina- cluded hollow, in a round log bam even upon the state of the weather' Pure-threa- d Train Silk, black, while and color-- , called from this County In order to Now let us turn to the other uni v Clerk of the Ohio County between immense high liille so tlin' get ono qualified for draft. If that tion for versally known luna Influence, viz , per pair f5c. O Court. Peeling that toy limited gen- their braying would not disturb or i o near correct, approximately 470 eral acquaintance Is quito a handicap interrupt decent people who were its light. This, as already said. Ik Double knit, for long wear, black, tan, navv, of those first drawn must answer tho simply reflected sunlight The most to myself and not having been able trying to do something for tlulr cat cf nl gray, per pair fioc. ... . .. tiiily date. measurement of Its maxim to make anything lile.as thorough country. um Intensity, which, of courseoc-cur- s canvass as I deem necessary In order We feel certain that thore ara but at full moon? makes It equal to I have decided to with Alec Porter's wife left hlrn several amout lew amongst, us who desire to be to succeed? of the tr.tnii draw, and hereby release my friends idajs ago. . classed as, or, who are In fact what of sunlight. If then, the moon It. generally termed slackers, none of and supporters, that they may be Yes, so Alec says, Mrs. Portor warted fluences Dgotable growth is by it us really want tho other follow to do free to chooso between tho two ex- to visit her mother and before tho HgHt. there must l.e something In It he fighting should do, that Is. cellent gentlemen contesting for tho left, cooked up.timong other th rgB relatively faint radiation that is f.iv a very fine old country ham. Aiec with few exceptions, of course there position which I lately sought: . Again thanking each and all of ays before Mrs. Porter had In en more powerful than any olemenf o; those who would not' make tho .,tc sunlight, but 'how acotint for Hut Ingone ono day, somo neighbor) least personal sacrifice to help a ou who have so cheerfully been whon nil observation shows that l'rothor In any sort of manner, these terested In my behalf, and sincere! genelcman? got into his tetrlgtrator moonlight Is nothing but a feeble re-t desiring the success of tin I'ntirt Re- iwlped tho whole ham, 14 rallons in a limited number, it is to be hoped, publican Ticket, whoever they may. of buttermilk, a bottle of wine given flection of sunlight. we will always have. NotwithstandNeverless, it may be said, moonhim to lie used in sickness and about light notoriously does ing we know that our I10.V3 must go. be, I am, havo a singular Very Sincerely, Rlrk-hea- d s. Ernesta j.eck of it can't by any means, short of col influence upon humnn feelings, as ail M. F. CHUMLEY. replies, by denying that any mankind lapse of the war, bo avoided, yet, as have always acknowledged one ever thought enough of, Alec to and, why. the time approaches for tho first call, then may there not bo give him any quanity of wine, much we confess it is with a lather heavy CO. H GETS GOOD THINGS TO EAT less a whole bottle, Uirkhead denies something about it somo unexplain'heart and a sobered mind we view ed quality derived troin the moon, further by claiming that Porter, at the day to come, becauso Force of our is perceived by tho delicate In the skirmish made by tho ladles no time eer had as much as a whole which best friends, near neighbors and organs of plants? The reply to thU comham bone In his house at any one Is that It Is an argument blood relatives must go and wo know of this town ai.d surrounding not bacd Six Years Arjo, Tiinkbg time, that the most ho over had was upon any thoroly Sbe Might Die, Says Texas Lady, Bat N ow full well, that not all can teturn. It'3 munity, led by Misses Mary Mar!ascertained fact 75 quarts of about C or S inches olf of tho end of Tho alleged effect of moonlight on llko taking the old shotgun from thp and Leila Glenn, bhe Is a Well, Strong Voman and Praises Cardoi For jellies and Jam, a dozen fine, tho ham that the hog walks on. rack to defend your homo against athome-mad- e cakes and last, but Blrkhead further states that Porter human sentiment hns never been tack by tho bruto in human form, large, Her Recovery. not least, 4S fine yellow legged fry- buys his butteimllk by the quart and measured or scientifically in est (gat without your door, you recognize the ed, and It is pure assumption to asing chickens were mobilized at Iler's therefoio It was not possible to have duty and needs of tho hour, you apsert that, ir a real physiclal effect of Royso City, Tex Mrs. Mary the bettor. Thatwas sir. years ago proach your task, unpleasant tho it Grocery on last Tuesday, all of which had as much ns lVs gallons in the that kind exists, it has any counterwas forwarded to Co. H, Lexington. house at one time and come by It of this place, says; "After the and I am still here nnd nm a well, may be, but necessary to bo done, part In the plant world. not only for tho preservation of jour Every single Individual who had any honestly. strong woman, and I owe my lifo to Tho moon also ery slightly affects birth of my llttlo girl... my sldo pait or parcel In the contribution of own self tespoct but the preservation the earth's magnetism, but this fact Cardul. I had only taken half Via to hurt me. I had to go back of your fireside as well, but with all ihe many presents, deserves much Mls I'lorenco HicKi. can only bo detected by very dellcato bottle when I began to feel better, tho necessity about tho matter, the credit, not for tho value of the arHicks, aged 17 means of Investigation, and again it to bed. We called the doctor. Ho Miss Florence rhe misery In my eldo got les3... I performance of your bounden duty ticle contributed, but rather for tus voars, daughter of Mr. and Mn. J. is pure assumption to supposo that treated mo... but I got no better. I display of spirit manifested in the L. hicks, died at her homo on Rou.'t-- . continued right on taking tho Cardcl is no less gloomy. the moon's slight magnetic Influence giving. Wo feel certain that the cot worse and worse until the misery until I had en last Saturday night, afc-taken threo .bottles and I I'oys of Co. H whether from Ohio 'ulcf attack of typhoid. Her remains can stlmulato potatoes In tho ground was LINER WITH 11(1(1 A1SOARD, It Is too insignificant to nflect unbearable... I was In bed for did not need any moro for I was well when fully AGROUND NEAR CAPE RACE Counyt or elsewhere, will were buried In tho Patteison burbi' sensitive Instruments of observation. thrco months and suffered such ajvony hand never felt better In my llfo... I every morsel sent by tho grounds on Sunday afternoon. . best Count, o: besi women from th St. Johns, N. F., July 21. Prepathat I was Just drawn up In a knot. . . have never had any trouble from that Natural. were made hero y day to this." for the the best State, In tho best Counti;', DOES MOON .MAKE rations I told my husband If ho would got A teacher asked her class to wrlta arrival of the 900 passengers of the to uz at least, In tho known worul. Do you suffer from ROW an essay on POTATOES headache, backLondon. Slto was sur- mo a bottlo of Cardul I would try Norwelgan-American llnor Krlstianl-ufjord- , It. . . ache, pains In sides, )8 prised to read tho following In one or other dlscora- NO. TAKEN TO INDICATE which ran ashore yesterday (By Garrett P. Seniss.) I commenced taking It. however, attempt: that ions, each month? Or do you feel WAR'S END ON PER. 5, 11)18 fccven miles west of Cupo Race. After No competent astronomer or metevening I called my family about weak, nervous "The pcoplo of London nro noted bolng landed bafcly at I'ortugual and fagged-outeorologist that I know believes that if B0, w... .u. . ilu Donvor, Colo., July 23. Tho war tho moon exoVcIses any perceptible for their btuphlty." i couiu not last glvo Cardul, tho woman's tonic, a Cove they boaided trains for this young author was aked how ho many days unless I Tho will end February 5, 1918. Charles Influence either upon tho weather or city. had a chango for trial. got that Idea., J. 71 Latest advices Indicated that tho E. Reed, secretary to Mayor Speed, upon tho growth of vegetation. This "I'leabo, miss," was tho reply, "It crow remained aboard tho steamer, doped It out yesterday from the first skepticism Is not based upon any presays In tho textbook tho population county, hut now which was badly damaged. Three of diaft number, 258. of Jloonetown, Ind.. llccnso from his father-in-lajudice whatevor, but simply upon tho Perllo aro hero for nit Indefinite lslt with Is a It is simply tho "hand of fato" fact that no scientific evidence of tho of London Is very iloiuo." tho holds woro full of water, but It tall sleepy-oyeblindrelatives. was thought that if tho sea remained working, he said, thiough a Tho Uoonctown paper dough fuced girl existence of su'cli Influence has been who was loft after says Pert Is In Jail for nonsupport tho boys calm thero was a possibility of sav- folded cabinet officer, to Inform the found. worth whllo had picked tho war will end of his family nnd that his wlfo an neighborhood ing tho vessel. Tho stranding of tho Initiated that tho Farmers and other growers of over and sho wns no hlldren woro bent away by public doubt consoling steamer Is supposed to have been duo plants aro by no means unanimous In herself with taking Slops Too Audible. subscription to prevent them becom- tho Her to the dense fog. Sho was bound from For Infants and Children tho opinion that the phases of tho last chnnco, nnd tho chances nro ing a chargo on tho county. went tho moon aro Important In determining New York for Norway, and had been tho pair will ralso up a progony of In Use For Over Years "What aro you trying to tho moment for planting crops of any Always oxnmlued by tho Drltlsh authorities piano. Jdots or criminals. bears play, Jane?" called out her father kind. On tho contrary, I havo heard at Halifax. Anna Hello llosworth 10 and Duck the from tho next room. Drossier 78 of lluytown, were mar-llt- d many intelligent farmers scout the Signature of Visible MttiiiH or Support. LOSS OP PATENTS . "It's an exerclso from my new in- Idea of lunar Inlluenco in such nut-tor- s, A certuln magistrate had tho rent tho clerk's olllco Saturday. RLOW TO GERMANY struction book, "First Step in Music," m No. It's caijy, Anna Hollo figured in putation of bolng very hnrd on vagdeclaring that they never pay sho answered. T1II3 DKVllH COLUMN. tho Itennlson divorce case hero IbbI initis Ono of theso camo boforo him. nny attention to tho phases of tho Berlin, July 22. Tho confiscation "Well, I know you were playing moon when sowing and planting, and fall and old Drazlor has a good river charged with loitering, and nftor ho of all German patent rights in tho with your feet," ho said, grimly; "but that they always havo just as abund(Tho oinco devil Insists that ono iiottom farm. had pleaded guilty tho magistrate, Entente countries and now In the don't step so heavily on tho koys It ant crops as somo of their neighbors column of btralght unvarnished local put bomo questions to him, which ho United States will piovo a greater disturbs my thoughts." who aro particular to put the seeds news Is worth a whole page of Tho Ilov. Illlllu Harton nreacbe.l unswered ready enough. disaster for tho Empire than tho temstuff and wo aro giving him 'his first sermon at old Plsgah Into the ground only when the moon 'Hao you uny visible means of church porary loss of tho foreign trado. Sudden changes of temperature Is fa voi able. a trial. Howover, notice Is given fcunday. iho sermon wus a miser- support?" which can only bo rowon by years of pud underwear brlug spring colds "Yes, your worship," replied Joe, Indeed, I should bo surprised If, that ho will do his own fighting and able falluro, but Illlllu had taken out endeavor. with stuffed up head, soro throat and on taking n census of farmers with auswor his own llbol suits.) license to preach so ho would escnpo as quick as lightning. Thon, turnThe Bellinger Tagoblatt say. general symptoms. A doso of Dr. regards to this subject, you did not thu draft und he had to try It onco. ing to whore ho perceived his wlfo in "Tho foreign patents were ono of King's Now Discovery is sure relief, find that tho majority aro entirely the audlonco. "Stand up, Mary, so Josh Hoslclns, or tho Tall Hill tho foundations of our Industrial life this happy combination of antiseptic freo from tho moon superstition. It neighborhood, lost his liouso with all Perllo Person und Slim Johnson Hint his worship can sco you." and prosperity. Their confiscation balsams clears tho head, soothes the Is a kind of agricultural astrology, Us contents by llro Tuesday m . night. of Mosquito Ilotnl got married means that not only our export trado Irritated membranes and what might' a iid llko ut tho (,'iiu-- o of Despondency. "Judicial astrology," is los Tho neighbors say tho house was court houso Monday und enmo over but many of our gieutost Industrie? havo been a lingering cold Is broken ing ground In tho popular mind In Insured for twlco Its value, Despondency is often caused, by Inmul that to this omco to gut a wrlto ui ami will bo ruined permanently. If the up. Don't stop treatment when re-- 1 proportion to tho spread of scientific Josh burned It to got digestion and constipation, and tho Insurance Tlnsley turned tho Job over to French, English and Americans can lief Is first felt ns a half cured cold knowledge. mo. quickly disappears whon Chambor-luln- 's Slim is a litiln wrvi-rl?...! i us they please manufacture the is, dangerous, 'inico Or. King's Now Tublets aro taken. Those tab-loMrs. Pert Perkins and nro child- - browed worthless if you closoly question those who skunk und had chemicals and medicines which aro Discovery till your cold Is gone 1 believe In It you will find that strengthen h0 digestion formerly of Shady Grove this borrowed the money and to I'ay for his move tho bowels. ra (Dy Fluko McFluke.) the fruits of many years of German research and hard work, many of our greatest factories will have to close to law nt the Poatolflc Enttrtd their doors. Usrtlord, Ky., m mall mntttr ol th eeond "Tho loss wo suffer Is so great that elw, ' It can not be expresed In figures Industries wll have to bo reorW. S. TINSIiEV, Editor & Uus. Mrt. Our( ganized on a new basis, and that will tako many years. to Address all communications "It has been proposed that wo re fhe Hartford Ropubllcan. taliate by confiscating the French, English and American patents In GerNOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS many, but that would help us but litto n new tle, becauso our patent Tights In tho InbierlbiTft ilmlrlng tho imiwr tddrvH mnat glre tlie old addrvxa In mnklu tho Entente countries are hundreds of rtqnMt. Bnlnw Local nnd Notice 10c per line and 5c times more valuable than thoso of per line lor ench additional Inxrrtlun. our enemies In Germany. ObltunrlfK, Itmnlntlonn and Caul ol TInnk,5c Zelt-un- g The line, money In ndrnncn. estimates the direct loss sufferChurch Notice for norvlren free, bnt other ed by the German Industries and InidTertleementM, 5c per line, will recetra no ventors thru the confiscation of tholr Anonjmoua couimnnlmtlon ttentlon patents at more than five billions of dollars. Hartford Republican. STRAY STREAKS. "proofs" which they offor aro bald If You Are evl-den- Hunting for Hosiery Economy biio Phoenix Pure Thread n, Rhenlsch-Westfaellsc- Silt Hose Ftm' They Have Kept The Quality Up m Phoenix, We Are Showing Full Assortments for Men And Women. full-iashioh- : : : in I I 1 : -l t O-f- c- t full-fashion- ed Phoenix Sox for Men. t ". Oars on HER co Hartford, Ky. r'-.4, FAULT PCD tea-cake- GALLEO -- Tfl BEDSIDE pie-serve- s, Kil-ma- com-menc- . r ti-- ? llax-halre- d, CASTOR IA 30 1 "Thump-rattle-bang- !" ... m&u collln-trinun- ed ts threu V r. .1 ii I mVm-Kr.-yr- r.-f --a, ..rlvm Master Vernon Dolluler Is visiting . relatives near Fonlsvlllc. Miss Ora Williams visited relatives visiting the family of Miss Lula Riley, of Owensboro, Is Mr. J. C. Ulley. near Centcrtown sovcral Your Palm rcsldo. Capt. Keown has accepted a posllton with the J. I. Caso Company and Is now at work for that concern T. E. Hunley was appointed and In Texas. Ibc Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been qualified as guardian of Bessie E. Narrows candidates seem to have in use xor over over 30 years, has borne the signature of Hunley, on July the 20th. been peculiarly unfortunato In the - ana nas oeen made under his per-S-2: Supt. Ozna Shults and Mrs. Shults, matter of accidents. Dr. W. L. Law-lac- o sonal supervision since its infancy. r. candldato for Representative attended the funeral of Mr. W. It. W. i0w no one t0 deceive vou in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-gooHockor, nt B. Providence on last was struck by a runaway team, a are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of bone In his leg fractured and he will Wednesday. Why, going you be probably not be able to be out until Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. Two or threo contributed articles No young man after the primary, and Esquire J A. havo been left out of this Issue, as Eollng, Candidate for Magistrate, is' afford men do well as one or two last week, due to i Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, confined to his room with a sprained lack ff space. We Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains have nnkle. neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its and E. Bean was appointed J. of 25 Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Barnett of this age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has qualified asColloctor of Taxes In and place, Mr. and Mrs. John Llndley and in Palm Beach in Cool been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, for the Hartford Graded School DIs-rtidaughter, Mls,s Lee, of near Liver-mor- e, Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising fancy on the 23. left yesterday for Littleton, therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids in plain for and pinch Mrs. Roy Keown and children who Colo;, to visit Mr. nnd Mrs. Virgil the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural 6leep. . havo been spending the past week Stevens. Mrs. Stevens was formerly The Children's PanaceaThe Mother's Friend.. young and for with her parents near Dundee have Barnett and a sister of S. T. Barnman returned home. ett nnd Mrs. Llndley. Tho party will County Attorney, A. D. Kirk will likely be absent some six weeks and City, and other return Monday from a few days visit will visit Salt Lake the Signature of to friends and relatives In Whltes-vill- o places of Interest before returning. Irviri'gton. and Creditors Notice. Misses Bcrnlco Bean and Hazel All parties having claims against Davis of Owensboro, arrived hero tho estate of J. P. Stevens, deceased, Monday for a two weeks visit to tiro hereby notified to present same friends and relatives in and near to me, properly 'proven, on or before Hartford. Sepetmher 15th., 1917, or they will Ueawc Dam is m the midst of i bo forever barred. Up-to-da- te Given under my hand, this the '.ig Carnival, under the auspices of Kind You Have Iho Tioupo known as "The Broad- 20th, day of July, 1917. T. H. BLACK, Adm'r., way Shows." 'he Carnival closes 3t3 J. P. STEVENS, Deceased. Saturday night. ' Look over the double page ad of MARRIAGE LICENSE ISSUED E. P. Barnes and Bro., of Beaver SINCE OUR LAST RETORT IMJOATS DESTROY 4 TIMES A look IDEA; window will the execution of this act, shall, If not Dam, In this Issue. Many bargains AMOUNT OF TONNAGE BUILT subject to military law', be guilty of ure to be found in this, their annual will show on Wm. McKInley Tlnsley, Rockport, a misdemeanor, and upon conviction g sale. QUALITY. us, spend to Jessie M. Baker, Rockport, Washington. July 24. Figures in In the district court of the United The family of Mr. Joe B. Rogers Herbert Sowers, Fort Oglethorp, the possession of the government,' States having jurisdiction thereof, be pays home, will leave here next Mpnday for Ga., to Prudie Rhoads, R. 5, Hartford based upon the best Information punished by Imprisonment for not you a Ky., where they go to join Marvin Bean, Hartford, to Mary within reach 'of the allies, make It more than one year, or, if subject to Mr. Uogers. They will make their C. White, Hartford. military law, shall be tried by court-marti- al appear that since the beginning-o- f future home there. Ishmaol Thompson, Leltchfield, to the German ruthless submarine war and suffer such punishment may direct. (Sec. as a court-martiWo have a large supply of .Mason Addle St. Clair, Fordsvllle. fare the destruction of merchantmen Elmer I. James, Owensboro, to hitherto available for entente com- VI, act approved May 18, 1917. Fruit Jars purcha&cd at a price that will save you moaey. See uj before Noklo Lee Hopper, Echols. merce has been at least four times , RHOADS. buying'your supply. the amount of tonnage built. ACTON BROS. :'3t2 The figures show the losses to be Mr. J. D. Rhoads, aged 83 years TAXPAYERS NOTICE. averaging about 1,000,000 tons and past, died at his home in Beaver S. M. McKInney, D. D. S.,ot Fords Tax Mils for State and County "dead weight" monthly, this Includ Dam. on Wednesday. His remains vllle,, was in town Wednmday, the Levy for the ."year lDltf have been ing the weekly statements from Lon were burled in the Cemetery at the Dr. has been examined and passed certified to me lor cdlltctlon, by the that place yesterfor serrico In the U. S. .A., and is proper authorities. Pleaso call and don are based upon registered ton- Baptist church at services conducted naigor day after funeral expecting a call at most auy time. get your receipt at the first opporby Rev. Edgar Allen, at 11 o'clock, Eyes tested, glasses and frames tunity. The earlier you settle the by Rev. Edgar Allen," af 11 o'clock W. R. AV. IIOCKER. . You will male a xsJstalc; If you fitted and gunranteed, and we stay better It will be for all concerned. Mr. V. R. W. Hocker, aged 80 a. m. . fall to get a Shirt Waist at Fairs'. here nil tho time. ' The State ami County are in argent yeras and past, died at the. home of .. Saturday. Only $1. J. B. TAPPAN, need of finances to stop interest pay- his son, J. W. Hocker, In McHenry, Vv.aJ . FAIRVIEW NEWS. JULY '27 1'llllUY, 3t4 Jeweler ari3 Optican; "Ytmrs very truly, ments. 2tev. Edgar Allen will conduct on Tuesday last. His Temains were Crops are looking lino now with S, O. KEOWN, Pay tortttj TMli.Ttir last month lor at tho Baptist Charch.next Sunburled In tho E. Provlednce burial plenty of rain. Uie oCunty teachers, for last year 'Sheriff of Ohio County. ST. L. R. R. TIME TAMjE. day evening at S o'clock. L., II. grounds, after funeral services conSunday school has been progressby the SuperintendNo. 113 due at EUmltch 8:32 p. m. ducted by the Rev. R. D. Bennett, ing fine with the exception of last LI MIC Wc now lmTe on "hand an has been receled being LAFAYETTE AIRMEN FIGHT No. 110 duo at EUmltch 7:30 a.m. aniplo supply of barrel Lime. Call on ent Shults, and checks are tat 11 o'clock, a. m. on "Wednesday. Sunday It rained It out. . FIFTEEN DUELS IN WfiKTC mailed out to those entiiled thereto. No. 112 Lv. EUmltch . 3:40 p.m. u. W. E. ELLIS & i'ltO. We had two weddings at Mr. J. R. p. m. CENTERTOWN. Ar. Irvlngton ... 6:35 The many 'friends of II. D. Ross Wilson's his daughter MaggieVilson Wo carry a regular line ot re- will be pleased to leans of his apFrench Front In France, July The ice cream suDDer Saturdav to Mr. Ray Sanders the teacher at Lv. Irvlngton ... 6:66 p.m. tight was largely attended. Ar. LouiBvlllo . 7:40 .p. m. pairs for McCormlck and Deerlng pointment to a position In the War (Hy 'the .Associated Press.) The Falrvlew, and Miss Josle Wilson .to W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Hying 'squadron made fourMiss Nola Tichesor of Point Pleas- Mr. Albert Igleheart of Centertown, Lv. Louisville.- .- 8:36 a.m. Mowers. Department at Washington. No. Mr. Ar. Irvlngton ...10:06 a. m.. Bought especially for Saturday, Kobe 3s another cno of Ohio County's teen 'patrol flights 'along the enemy's, ant visited her jmnt, Mrs. Ollce a farmer of that community lines during the week ended July 14. Everly, Saturday night. Lv. Irvlngton ...10:40 a.m. one hundred Ladles' Waist; woilh sons to malce good. Mr. Dick Brownd of Falrvlew is Sixty-seve- n ra'trplanes toot "part 'Jr.J Mr. llfllard Hpnce of Equality, l- V m. 51.50; Saturday Special, $1 at Fuirs'. h Mm E. Wv 'Rummage and child Ar. EUmltch sick with malaria lever. LUglits. was in townatarday night and Sun M., H. & E. K. U. TIME TACLE. Mr. Sam Basham of Roslne, who two ren, of Detroit, 'MhJh., wvkj the guests these Miss .Maurlnt Muruii, Tho airmen fought fifteen air day. Bouth Bound, No. 116 stay with Mrs. J. N. Martin of 3. Ii. Tappan.nnd 'fnmljj- - last week. has been very sick is. sinking fast. weok's vfh"jch Corp. Willis was n. Mrs. Harry Ball of Evansvlllo Is 6:45 a. m. of Cromwell, returned homo recently. Mrs. Rummago and children will fluels, of Due at Hartford Air. joun wess uuininins ui caiuui . ry, North Bound, No. 114 Is on tho sick list. visit relatives In Beaver Dam and participant in five. Lieut. De liaison. visiting relatives near here. af Llveranore, .Mrs. J.C.-GentRouge in four, Adjt. Lnfberry ami Mr. and Mrs. "W. Brown of Point 5:65 p. m. Duo at Hartford The newly wed couple Mr. Sander after visiting relatives hero and at Central City, somi) time before re- Edwin Parsons in two each and. Pleasant, spent Saturday night and (Both "Mixed Trains.) turning home. and wife visited his uncle Air. G. J. Cromwell several days, has returned Lieut. Thaw and SergL navlland in. Sunday with MrB. O. M. Ross. Hoover .of Friedeland yesterday. Mrs. Annto Lashbrook aud "home. one each. Miss Kola "Tate of Hodgensvllle, A good many of the boys and girls csOten Mlns Myrtle of Utlca, have One hundred new Shirt Waist- - In were. Ky., Is expectea here this week to Several Oarman machines church at attended of Falrvlew rooms In Mrs. Mugsle Grillln'fj Volls, Organdy and Sport Checks jrerlomly damaged In these "battles visit relatives. ' Cedar Grove last night. where they will make ihnir atnd 'Ji Is believed One machine wxs News .$1.50 value on sale Saturday for $1 Personal Miss Mahelle Tichenor is getting Everybody from Falrvlew are future linme. Miss Myrtle has ac destroyed. at Fairs'. along fine with measles. to go to Sulphur Springs cepted a position with Messrs. Barnes Mrs. Arthur Petty who nndcrwrnt X Mrs. Elmer "Reneer who has been next Sunday to havo a big time. and Knnial EuRnte. Smith? Attorneys. Business Opportunities. on operation in Louisville, recently, sick for some 'time is improving. If in need ofMcCorniick blowers, WAXa'EII-Par- ty with $1,000:0 .far appnodlcltls returned hrro TuesMRS. OLDHAM DEAD. " Hay Rahcs, Osborn Disc Ilirrows, lo WHITE BEAN. .acthro. part In a permanent day, much Improved. Mrs. Christian Oldham, whose ago Binder Twine, F. A. Ames Buggies, business which will net you 32500.60 Mrs. Mary Cox White and Mr. W. E. Ellis & Brs., havo throo Seo Eck ltlal for Kindling Wood". 'Wagons, Machlno Re- annually. Address C. F. Mfg., Co , Marvin Bean, were married Tuesday was beyond 90 years and tlireo Deerlng Mowers and Rakts left. Harness, Road the residence of her Duy at Fair's 'oat pairs, &c call on n $1 ShlrtWulst Building, Louis- nftcrnoon at the home of Dr. and months, died at 301 which will close then out for the son, J. N. Oldham, near Sandcfur's LUTHER CIIINN, unlay. TCy. Mrs. J. C. Hoover, Owensboro. Many ville, season. Prices right. crossing on Monday tho 23rd. FunBeaver Dam, Ky. of the friends of the contracting Boo Hartford Mill Co., for Lime, Mrs. A. C. Porter returned yester parties wore very much surprised on eral services and burial took place takii a fanner living, riutsiiiXG voitcn Pink Fentresh, Plaster and Cement. day irom Hollln, where she lint been TII'tBIKOWlNG OF ROMU.3 being made acquainted with the news on Tuesday, at what Is known as the near Barrett's Ferry lost his resiFordsvllle, was visiting her mother, Mrs. A. RobertDr. C. DeWecBO of of this marriage. Mrs. Beau Is the Brick Houso Place Burial grounds. Its entire contents by lire dence with son for tho past week. . lust Wednesday. Training Camp In eldest daughter of Capt. and Mrs. S. American here Inbout four oclock Monday .afternoon. To own one of the best Wagons on FJro supposed to havo originated France, July 23. The American K. Cox and for the past two or tlireo Ucmoainer cliolco of Fair's Laii'se' the market for a small amount of from n dofectlro flue. Some insur- troops here extend tho scope of their years had resided In Hnrrlsburg, III., FOR FLETCHER'S Hats Saturday for $1.25. money, buy tho Owensboro Wagon ance but wo did not learn the amount training Jlontlsy by beginning to but had been visiting her relatives Attornoy, F."LrFellx was in Cal-ho8t2 practice tomb and hand grenade here for some days. Mr. Bean Is tho from Actou Bros., Hartford. on business. Mrs. Will Acton, or Owensborw, lnbt wook-en- d capablo manager and druggist In Mr. nndMrsTElilsFoster and llt- after spending 10 days hero, tho throwing. The majority of the Crawford Docs your wife bellovo TL'KMlTsrn":i) may ho had by including I'ven some from the charge of the Ohio County Drug Co's tlo son, rcturnod' Sunday from a guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. B. S. EMs. left you tell her about your- calling on W. E. ELLtS& DUO. experi business, at this place. The many everything weeks visit to friends and relative! Wednesday for her 1iome. Mrs. Acton general staff, already have sclt? LOST Lawyers DockeF Book. ?2 In this and McLean county. mented successfully along this line, friends of Mr. and Mrs. Bean of will go to Fort Clinton, Ohio, about Crawshaw No; she'd ra'thor beWOODWARD & KIltK.' Iteward. Froce3s August tho 4th to Join her husband, nnd with the aid of expert French which tho writer Is one, wish for llovo what everybody tells heV about Wo offeru will be able to Instruct the them, that a huge share of the best W. E."EUia & Bro.7 havo tho llttlo Oil Stove, best on tho market, with who me. hasu position in the Ship Hid- assistants num., Whlppoorwlll peas for late sowing. f of everything may come their way, sholf and oven complcto for only $17. ing Yards of that place. m From all appearances to date the as JJilly Sunday would s.ay, "as they ACTON BROS. SISAL Binder TwlnTwhllo It lasts, 3t2 Heartless Wretch. Mrs. Ar"K. Ande'rebiiTiTlll loavo Americans should be able to become together. The Sweet Young Thing approachIS cents per pqund, at W. E. Ellis & Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Overhults, of for Henderson, to tem- speedily very proficient in this mode hit tho trail" thus ed tho famous horticulturist gush Bro. Cedar Edge, Col., nro tho pleased porarily work In tho Law Offices of of warfare Tho majority of tho PENALTIES ATTACHED TO ingly. New Shipment of Ladles' Wash parents of a il pound son, who came Woodward and Dixon, while her sis- soldiers havo played baseball more EXEMPTION LAW "Toll mo," sho beggod, "the best Skirts nt Fairs'; prices from ?l to to inako his homo with them on the ter, Mrs. .Arthur Petty, who Is reg- or less and naturally throw woll. way to distinguish the poisonous 23rd. $3.50. ularly employed by said firm, Is re- - As far us tho officers ns a whole Any person who 6hall make or be fungi from the ediblo." after cuperatlng from an attack and Miss Gertrude Schleninior, Col. II. "PTTaylor made a Business have pitted their skill ngulust tne a party to the making of any falso "Eatenij was tho curt rejoinder. In 'ration for appondicltls. friends and relatives trip to Louisville and Hopklnsvllle rained and expert Frenchmen, the, statement or certificate as to tlw fitEvansvlllo and Cannelton, Ind., for last week. Tho recruiting office- for Co. II, 3rd hnvu easily outdistanced tho Frenrli ness or liability of himself or any Purely Theological. Choice of our Ladles' Hats Satur- two or three weeks, has returned . Ky.. n. g.. which has been opon hero throwers and havo shown quto as other nerson for service under tho According to Professor Hariiaojc, for tho' past two months has been mil' a admiacy in hurling at marks. provisions of this net, or regulations tho war was caused by tho Inconvou-lenc- e day, ?1.25; worth $2.60, $3.50 and home. . . made by tho .President thereunder, Mrs. C. It. McCallistor,' of Indian closed and all memuors ot tno jo to tho United States of Gor$5, at Fairs'. head-A- . For Hale. or otherwise evades or aids another man "economic ofllclcncy." Nobody A." V.""Goodln and clulortn apolis, lud,, Is visiting relatlyes and, called In to tho Regiment's Jirs. One second hand S passenger auto. to oveade the requirements of this act but a theological professor would J. Mrs.' McCalllst- - parlors at Lexington, Capt. of Charleston, Mo., will arrlvo hVre friends near Hell!iiN or of said regulations, or who, In any ever havo thought of that naino for to visit her father and er Js expected here within tho next and Lieut. E. .'. Barjmtt, mnuo tho A bargain, if taken at onco. Jcovliiij lu'ie NORVAL BROW.V, manner, shall fail or neglect fully to submarine piracy. Washington mother, Capt. and Mrs. S. K. Cox day or two, to visit Jw sister, Mis. i rip through 0 auto, " ' . .McHenry, Ky. 1U S'inday, perform any duty required of him In 'Times A. C. Porter. and other relatives. Beach Suit to sure, week. Quito a number from here nro attending the Carnival at Heaver Dam this week. John Mullock qualified ns guardian of Hazel, Melvln, Bishop and Mack Kills Bullock on the 23rd. of Mr. and Mrs. I. I. Barnard i days last Louisville, were guests of Capt. J. C. limey nnu lamny yesterday. Capt. J. O. Keown has purchased the T. It. Barnard property adjoining the Baptist church lot and his family wllkroturn here at an early. date to Children Cry for Fletcher's ttwuuw d" to want are one. that wants style can to without, and the older one. that require comfort must have just received another shipment suits Cloth and lights, fancy stripes, grays, mixtures, backs older men the belted backs the tip-to-date What is CASTORIA GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS OUR SPECIAL PRICES yBears $7.00 -$- 8.00 in Style, Low in Price High in Quality. In Use For Over 30 Years The Always Bought get the at our an examination inside the the your money at See to trade and remember that it money. with house that saves profit-sharin- o, al Mj "- - Hartford Republican. ser-wlc- es 2. 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Renfrow. best results can be secured when appointed Cnttlc ticks and powder don't mix. The the following olllccrs to J Joe T. Sliultz. Would you rather feed a tick or one person cuts the corli from the conduct the August Primary Elec- S Sam Beniiett. Tho dipping vat cob and another, nils the containers. tion: feed n soldier? C C. C. Carter. 1 1 It Is necessary for one person to gives you a real choice. Ralph, No. 21). K. Iiiittfotil, No. 1. r...,,. .i mnfnlia.l in flm ,ilnnlne work nloilC 'she should CUt off SU di j J. A. Greer. ' Harnard pour on H va t helps our soldiers march to the dent corn to fill one Jar, j J. L. Pntton. LC9lle -- "U8j bollInB water, add salt, place the rub - . J tTOtlU S John Raymon. tn nnalHr.li ntl.l nut- S C. I'. KCOWH. ..... ..... is- suckiub hi. .l. ,.!.. ...... ,...... ,.......-..- , - .oro on.l Mt w i'. iuc livery iick C Lon Owen. C S. E. Ellis tho Jar or container which will bo tlon'a commissary I'lentKs, No. no. W. Hart ford, No. 2; them-eelvgiven to the cans first filled will not Don't let ticks entrench, J O. E. Scott. be Injurious and a better product will 3 H. E. Brown. in the hides of your cattle. J Jas. Shepherd. That dipping vat will help keep be secured than if the cut corn wero J J. II. Thomas. S T. W. Bennett. S. F. Riley. our navy afloat and our armies afield. allowed to stand until nil Jars were S C H. B. Taylor. Henry Leach. C Give the ticks a ticket to the dip - , filled. Herbert, No. ill. Hetla, No. a. pW vat. J Grant Midkiff. pounds j Fifty rats on a farm will cost the J C. B. Shown. The more ticks, the fewer J Vlrgal Miller. J J. A. Bajrd. of meat, quarts of milk, vats of but- - owner $100 to $300 a year. S G. M. Burdetto. S W. C. Ashley. ler. . C Wnlden Haynes. glass Jars to cool in C W. Q. Parks. Do not place If you really believe in efficiency, Arnold, No. .'12. S. Springs No. !.. take the ticks off and put leeches on a draft, which is liable to cause them ( J. G. Byers. to crack. l do the same work but faster,, J J. Ellis Mitchell. J O. B. Howell. The days of cupping for blood are J W. V. Renfrow. S Blumer Renfrow. over dip that tick. State of Ohio, City of Toledo, S W. V. Sproule. C Clarenco Arnold. Lucas County. es. A dipping vat may not be able to Itciftlor, No. a:i. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that ho C J. W. Thomas. float a battleship, but It can help Is senior partner of tho firm of F. J. Maiiun, No. u. J Joe James. Cheney & Co., doing business In the City fc feed the Navy; J A. C. Baughn. J Geo. McFarland. of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, How much of your feed Is going and that said firm will pay the sum of J Jno. Westerfleld. S Milton Park. ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each g ticks? to fatten and every case of Catarrh that cannot be S Walter Midkiff. C Claude Myers. Every dipping vat is a solid foun- cured by the use of HALL'S CATARRH C C. W. Moseley. Simmons No. !M. MEDICINE. FRANK J. CHENEY. dation for the Nation's food store-bous- e. Sworn to before me and subscribed In Cromwell, No. O. J Geo. T. Tlnsley. my presence, this 6th day of December, J Clarence Havens. J J. E. Southard. A. D. 15S6. A. W. GLEASON. Seal) Notary Public. J J. W. Butler. S Guy Ranney. Hall's Catarrh Is Potatoes (both Irish and sweet), ternally and acta Medicine the taken In- S Dolmer Stewart. C through Wlllard Lake. Blood on when cooked, furnish about as much the Mucous Surfaces of the System. Send C Sherman Taylor. for testimonials, free. of body fuel as an equal weight F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. O. Bad Colds From Sudden Changes, Cool Springs No. 7. Sold by all druggists. Tfc. cereals; they contain less protein and Spring brings all kinds of weath J Q. M. Benton. Hall's Family Mils for constipation. fat but more mineral substances. er and with it comes colds and the reJ C. H. Brown. S vival of winter coughs and hoarse Neophus Taylor. "Facts is Facts." How To Can Tomatoes. ness. Dr. Bell's will Scotch whiskey comes from Penn- C H. Allen Taylor. The following method Is used by " head off a new cold or stop tho old N. Korkport, No. 8. sylvania. canning demonstrators in the North one, the soothing balsams relieve the Turkish cigarettes comes from Vir- J P. O. McKinney. and West: soro throat and hca the Irritated tisginia. J J. E. Maddox. d tomatoes. Select firm, y sues. Get a bottlo and start S J. W. Ross. French china comes from Ohio. Scald l1,: minutes, or until skin treatment at once. At your druggist, Persian rugs come from Massach- - C J. I. Hoslck. loosens. Dip quickly into and out of 25c. 1 Formula on the bottle. settB- S. Rockport, No. O. cold water. Peel and remove stems i iiussian caviare comes from alien J J. H. Miles. and cores. Pack directly into cans MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Igan. J P. S. Coleman. or hot Jars. Press down with a English herring come from Ore- S J. I. Clarke. tablespoon (add hot water). Add a Ohio Circuit Court. gon. C S. O. Maple. level teaspoonful of salt per quart, U ,. Rowell Printers' Supply Co., et al., i ' orweigan saruines come irom p,,t tho rlnps nml rnns nf lar Select, No. 10. Plaintiffs, J E. B. Finley. Into position, but do not tighten fully Maine. vs. Notice. Havanna tobacco comes from Ken- J C. W. Ranney. Seal tin cans completely. Place the W. S. Tlnsley, et al., Defendant. tucky. S N. II. Keown. packed containers on a false bottom Pursuant to Judgment and order of Irish linen comes from New York. C W. I. Langford. In a vessel of water sufficiently deep sale entered at the July term, 1917, Cincinnati Enquirer. II. Branch, No. 11. to cover them by 1 Inch and allow to for tho purpose of paying the various J Joe Miller. remain at a boiling temperature for Judgments set out In the Judgment Yon Need a Spring Laxative. J Virgil Geary. 22 minutes, when using filed In tho abovo styled action, and , , . .,,. Dr. King's New Life Pills will re S F. B. Frymire. canners. for tho purpose of paying nil cost, I move the accumulated wastes of wln- - C Jack Walker. will offer for sale at public auction to " Rosine, No. 12. Rats breed from six to ten times a ' ter from your Intestines, the burden tho highest and best bidder at tho produce from C to 17 young of the blood. Get that sluggish J Clarence Raley. year and court houso door in Hartford, Ky., W. W. Hatler. , spring fever feeling out of your Eys- - J In a litter. on Monday, August C, 1917, at about tem, brighten your eye, clear your S Loney Thomson. tho hour of one o'clock p. m., upon a complexion. Get that vim and snap C Everett F. Liles. To Cm Sweet Corn. credit of C and 12 months, the foli:. Ileaicr Dam, No. 1.1. Dr. Can as soon after the corn Is gath-- , of good purified healthyblood. lowing described property J Luther Render. ered as possible.. Remove husks and King's New Life Pills are a Ono two-lett1st linotype or J Ellis Smith. . by placing In boiling ing laxative that aids nature's j .V Blanch typo casting machino of the manuAt all drug-di- p S D. B. Reid. for five minutes. Remove and cess, try them facture of the Mergenthaler I.inotyn'o ... quickly Into and out of cold, gists, 25c. Company, bearing name "Linotype," l C Mason Taylor. AV. Heaver Dam, No. II. o water. Cut the c6rn from the cob i known as' Llnotypo Model 5 No. J J. D. Williams. Sheriffs Sale, and pack directly Into hot Jars or Jt -" inch of the j By virture of a judgment and J R. H. Barnes. -cans to within 2nd One Babcock standard execution No. 933, issued to me from S W. R. "Cook. top. Pour In enough boiling water cylinder press, 12 by 18 Chandler & to fill the container. Add one level the Ohio Circuit Court, on transcript C G. D. Young. Price Job press; one S by 12 Chandler : McIIenry, No. 15. & Price press; ono 30 inch Chandler teaspoonful of salt to each quart. from the Hartford Police Court, for Put rubber rings and caps of Jars into $25.00 with Interest from Jan. 23, J S. B. Snell. Price paper cutter; one four horse positionbut do not tighten the wire! 1311, together with $5.C3 cost in J E. F. Render. power Fairbanks & M0l'6o gasoline favor of J. E. Fogle, Plaintiff, vs., S A. M. Smith. clamps. Seal tin cans completely. engine; ono 2 horse power Fairbanks & Morse gasoline engine; one eclipse Place containers on a false bottom L. T. Wright, Defendant, and whlcn" C S. J. Tlchenor. Centertonn, No. 10. folding machino; one Boston stapler; of wooden slats or wire mesh In a execution was by me levied on the ono Mosler llro proof safe; and all vessel of water deep enough to cover herebelow described tract of land, J S. H. Render. " (: typo cases and other material bethe containers compl&teiy, Keep thg . I wM on .Monday, August the Cthj J Scioto Hocker. .. r J longing to the prlntery of tho Hart1017 at the Court House door In S T. H. Boyd. 'water boiling for three hours." Bishop. ford Republican, and any other propRemove the Jard, tighten covers, Hartford, Ky., at about the hour of C O. M. Sinalllioiis, No. 17. erty belonging to said Hartford Re - o'clock, p. m., offer at public out Invert Jars to test seal, and cool (not as olllco fixtures, typo publican, t0 he hlSest and best bidder on J J. C. Hill. In draft, as Jars might crack.). W. M. Addlngton. -J C and 12 months, machines and any other proper'a credit of the fol- Tin cans may be placed In cold ,ow trQct of ,a ty owned by tho Hartford Republican or Q mucn- S Alonzo France. water for rapid cooling. and, now being used by sftld company. thercof ag may be neceary t0 6aUs C Guy Barnard. E. Foidsvlllc, No. 18. After the containers are cool store fy plaintiff's debt, interest and cost togother with all botes and accounts In a dark, cool place. J. W. O'Dell. a the cost of this levy, advertise- - J belonging 10 tho estate of C. M. '' J C. E. Miller. Harnett, deceased, together with tho iiapui preparauun mr luuuuib is mem, saio c. S L. W. Truman. subscription list of said paper, and especially desirable for corn If a good A certain tract or parcel of land tho good will of tho business. in Ohio County, Ky., on tho waters j C W. H. Miller. W. Fords Me, No, II). 3rd A certain lot In tho city of of Elm Lick Creek and bounded as -Hartford, Ohio County Kentucky, follows: Beginning at a black oak J Lon Richards. . y OF , Dennis Walker. bounded as follows; on tho side of tho Hartford and J ' ' Beginning at tho Intersection of Clark's corner; S Joe Cheek. Leltchfleld road, Union and Mulberry Streets; thenco thenco with said road S. 75 E. 34 C R. I. Miller; AeiiiuMlle, No. 20. with Mulberry Street 104 feet and poles; S. C2 13. IS poles; s. oo b. vi tv&' 10 Inches to tho lot now owned by J. Frank Mcltinley. poles; S. C5 E. 13 poles to a whlto Krz VesxWhiteley. Ham Barnes; thenco at right angles thence with his oak In Sam Cox line; 101 feet with his lino to tho Morton Experience lino W. 40 poles to a whlto oak, SW. L. Wade. Mrs. Quinn's property; thence at right angles with thence with another of C W. II. Phillips. Cox's cortier; Ought to Help You Over Sliieve, No. 21. a lino of said lot 104 feet and 10 20 poles to a his lines W. 32 the Critical Period. T. Whlttinghill. Inches to Union Street; thence with oak, dogwood, dead red oak, whlto . Union Street 101 feet to tho beginClark's cornor In Cox's line; thenco, j a. B. Grant. ning. Tt-il- l. Mass. "For( the last three with Clark's Hue N. 40 V. CO poles S Rufus Dowell. Being a portion of lot conveyed to years I have been troubled with tho to a whlto oak, Clark's corner; thence C Oscar Petty. Olaton, No. 22. Hartford Lodgo No. C75 F. & A. M. Iiiinll ll XJ III lllll VjllUIIU Ul L.1&U UIIU with another of Clark's lines S. GO Uiu bad leeiinga and recorded In Book M, pago C41, common at that W. 24 poles to a red oak, Clark's J M. L. Patterson., Ohio County dork's olllco and contime. I was ip a cornor; thenco with another of J Henry Felix. very nervous condi- Clark's lines S. 10 W. GO poles to tho S Ernest Truman. voyed to C. M. Barnett by W. II. tion, with headaches Moore, J. P. Sanderfur and J. C. Her C K. C. Dyers. and pain a good beginning, containing 30 acres, more Unfold, No. 2!I. trustees for tho said F. & A. M. deal of the time sb I or less. It being part of the land Lodgo by deed recorded tn deed book was unlit to do my convoyed to E. C. Hubbard, deceased j c. D. Hudson. III work. 3D, pago 402, Ohio County Court A friend by Honry Schroader, etc., by deed J Owen Magan. asked mo to try C'lerk's office. dated October 25, 18S2 and recorded S Walter Blair. Lydia E. Pinkham'a j Tho purchaser will bo required to Vegetable Com- In Deed Hook 4, page 210, Ohio C J. D. Holbrook. No. 21. exocuto bond with npproved security lliii tied, pound, which I did, Countv Court Clerk's olllco and will immediately after sale, and a Hen nnd it has helped me in every way. I oil to Luev S. Hubbard by said de - iJ D. II. Uartlett nm not notiriy bo nervous, no neauacnu will bo retained until each bond Clarenco Patton. will recorded In J or pain. I must say that Lydia E. ccdont by his last executed is paid In full. D, pago 23S, In the olllco S Ira iiowaru I'inkham's Vegetable Compound is tho Will Rook Given under my hand, this tho 12th C Hosea Shown. Lest remedy any sick woman can take." aforesaid and samo land conveyed to day of July, 1917. Helllii, No. Mrs. Margakkt Quinn, Koar 259 defendant by tho said Lucy S. HubWortiicn St., Lowell, Ma3s. OTTO C. MARTIN, Deed Book j noy Owen. Otherwarning symptoms aro a sense bard by deed of record In Mastor Commissioner. No. 39, pago 227, In olllco aforesaid. J L. B. Charlotte, cf suffocation, hot Hashes, headaches, Ernest SImmorman, Glenn & tackaches, dread of impending evil, Tho purchaser will bo required to S W. 13. Heflln. Woodawrd, M. L. Heavrln, Attorneys. timidity, sounds in tho ears, palpitation cxecuto bond with npproved security, C Rufus Williams. of the heart, uparks bi'foro tho eye, immediately following tho sale. Ccrulvo, No. 20. vuriuble irregularities, conBttyation, Given under my hand, this tho J Finis Rowo. weakness, inquietude, and tppetito, J Elbert Brown. d. .InoM. . 19th, day of July, A. D., 1917. FOR FLETCHER'S W. P. Barnard. .1 you need special udvice, write t S S. O. KEOWN, tvdla E. l'inkhnm Medicine Cc 3t3 tin C John Woods. Sheriff of Ohio County. feontuk-ntial)- . Lynn, ilasu. OKKICKItS J I , l i,-- Farm Department v. I'KIMAKV KLnCTIOV Pi. Pirn-nu- t, No. SI7. HOTEL Professional Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law ' r .4 e POWHATAN WASHINGTON, S32 lOFAMERICANi city where good hotelt In bound, tht Powbttan hei the D.C. HARTFORD, ICY. Will practice bJs profession, fn itit and adjoining couutUtj. CuranierclaJ Jid Criminal Practice a Specialty. I 0.E.TAYL0R.C.E Beaver Dam, Kyi Highway and --Drainage Design. Int. I countrymen. It It fint'ln tht'hurti of It DR. lent 0. E. HART The Towlutan it teffntJ, anj ttitful. Ill excellocation 18th J blood-suckin- lic inakci it a ileut.M headquarter lor Initial couplet, touritt pJMiei, convention,, Schooli anj , collecei. The tohatan attract! the o( culture and education, reoplc to State, War and Nav Department, alio to manf Kinti vl lmtnrical interot, make tin, hotel rtpecially at tractive to i (Incriminating pub- Acnuc, en an.l Penne-lram- a VETERINARY SURGEON 11KAVER DAM, KY. It hlteeU, I - Ofllco James Tujlor'n Livery Bora. b t M' The Powhatan offer! roomi villi detached bath at .$1.10. $2.00 and up. Room, with private bath, $2.50. $1.00 and up. "Vv'iite for booklet lth map. CLIFFORD M. ."iianjcer. LEWIS. , z Jr - - and TnAOC-MAIK- B all cu.birl' v or n THAT PAL a.vcii. on j 1. 1 v irtrnpllr tinuii.wr0u4U-.i- t olu.ii PATENTS obtalu-- J In nr lu'iiiilili'iini-ii- well-forme- IV u v ..I ... mm "irr'iwnniE "the SEWINCJ B0rP5..s?ji'"t; u. ej.-- . I .woninmiun, -- AUnuUlltr. w juV rrartlr PAINQ nircrCNCCt. ror I n . on ProfltaMi. rwente write, lo S.ndrroJel. otuoriketch for SUR- - oaida I I r r VMM IKWIJIGJ MJiU$ljZ3t -- WW . - WILL YOU TAKE OUR I I ndle ANY NAME. 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II II lull V u.vt.y-.....It la written In plain Oet It from a newadealer or write direct to , Popular Science Monthly-- IM Fourth Are., N.Y. ..- tailuh lor men end bortv. 15 CenU a Copy $1.60 a Year 1" CD EC (u rttllCi pttltn ui auaUae till ftf. Ohil.dren Ory CA3TO RIA Call 011 Tho Republican for Fine Job Printing. if you taka tlio DrutiKhoa Trarulng, tha ',Bt can . lF" PS"? eolttoe''"'Ino"mail. iii.lorko.Yua or b Wrlto 1'aduclit iij, D OSITION H ' io-'U-- GOOD Secured or Your Money Back 4 SAY SIX GERMAN SUBMARINES LOST lmiTisir o WKUK SUNK IN ATATCK O.V U. 8. TRANSPORTS. A : 'Wagons! Wagons! Wagons! Boforo you buy you should examine our hand made farm wagons. They run lighter, are made of sailors say suits tlons of tho mints, what particular coins they shall Issue, etc., are by the director of tho mint at Washington. The paper monoy issued by tho government Is designed and printed by tho bureau of engraving at Washington. St. Louis Times. ' J J the very best material and last far longer than any machine made wagon you can buy no matter what price you pay. We also do all kinds of Blaclcsmithing and Re-- t pairing, especially the hard jobs the other fellow can't do. t 1 We also mako a specialty of Hoiseshoeing and earnestly solicit your patronage in this line. Respectfully yours, I A. B. Row & Son Center-town- , e Ky. i t Thirty-fiv- years experience in the shop. J iiniu: is a fiooi) ri.Aci: to stop i ok Louisville Hotel, Louisville, Ky., littli: mo.vkv &7th Main St., bet. 6th Tlic Only Hotel In Loiilstille "ifintcil on the Ainrrlnm mill ICin opcjin Plan. AMI'RK'AN I'l.A.V ("With Meals)llooin ultlioiit Math lint with single. $2.00 75 Rooms GO Rooms. ..'.. .single, 2.50 60 Front Roorus. single, 15.00 Rooms ulllt Prhnte I'.uth: single, 3.00 50 Rooms single, 3.50 50 Rooms - , Hot ntiil Cold IttiiiuliiK Water. t per day; .2 people, $2.00 each per day; 2 people, 2.2i each per day; 2 people, 2.50 each per day; per day; 2 2 people, people, 2.75 each 3.00 each l.TI'.OPKAX PLAN (Without Meah) Room without Hath hut with 75 Rooms..... single. $1.00 single, 1.23 50 llooms GO Frout Rooms. single, 1.50 I!)(iiiis uith I'rlwite Hath: single, 1.50 60 Rooms CO Itooms single. 2.00 Hot and Cold KuiiuIiik Water. per day; per day; por day; per day; por da; 2 2 2 2 2 people, $0.75 each people, 1.00 each people, 1.23 each people, people, 1.25 each 1.50 each THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Cor. Sixth and Main Sts. Ihii'opcan 1'iiin Only. Hath, Sl.oii niul up; Itiioms With Private Iliith, $1.50 Rooms Without ami tip Hct Kilting Place in Town. The Louisville Hotel and the Old Inn are located In the wholesale walk to the retail district and theaters. district and only a LOUISVILLI' IIOTRL AXI OLD IXX COMPAXV, Props. BS3BBDB 3E23EZ3 s'wmytuc-jyimf- r I Vanderbilt h Training School for Boys g ELKTON, KY. 5 5 Will help parents develop their sons kito the best typo of citizens and Christian gentlemen. Its patronage is widely scat- tored and conies from the best homes in the South. Its capacity is limited, fore, reservations should be made early. Place your son in this select gioup of boys. Write 1 m 01 g J 5 mm MATHENEY 6k. BATTS Box A. m m For catalogue and information. No Combination wof Reading Like It -- ' and All For 2-1- 0 fTlttYWmrKX)MPANION 52 fifnrf The Yonth's Companion B2 ISSUES fTheBestlwo torajitatets'icrav-ta- a and 12 Issue of fCALL'SMAGAZINB The favorite family weekly of America, 12 Great Seuais ororoups In 1917, smil 250 Short Stories, a thousand Article and Suggestions, a thousand Funny-ismSpecial iajjes for all mt. j. McCali s Magazine j U tiSVIS AND s.vM.Mitnnnr Xmrnean Will kaajjrvrw.r4 jw fislMBfnsT f9m . 9 A DUS3 fATTUX -- .miMUTv V Tki.fvY.Yf.nfJL S n icxmi" nvay muiuauuli. VCaU't. moUnar set the ,"2 but..Jsihbo aoathlyUsues, of iu raavt m a rumcn. .m You iiimni 0 r64 SS2?: $2-11M O. Hcntj ora,t ItisrMS at Vu pUlJwrs Uwthr. wt in atltk OSir M4ru4 i the COMPANION for M weeks, and only.)1117 Youth's Companion eubscnbcr . month for one year: also choice of any 15ent McCALL'S MAGAZINE tvtry Dress Pattern FKEE for 2 C4aitcitra to coTerroauuau. McCali MASSAaiUSETTS THE YOUTH'S COMPANION. St P.ul St.. BOSTON. U l Home Calendar. - r Colic and Diarrhoea Ileincdy. Now Is tho time to buy a bottle of Halifax, N. S., July 25. British this remedy so as to bo prepared In sailors arriving hero today, who claim case ary one of your family should to have been among tho crews of ves- have an attack of colic or diarrhoea by 250 short stories of adventure, 1 I st!amxmwi0t sels in the vicinity of the transports during the summer months. It Is which conveyed the first American worth a hundred times Us cost when troops to France, say they were needed. m credibly Informed that German submarines mado n concentrated attack -and were beaten off with a loss of six NOTICE OF CONTRACT c only ono submarine escaping. , ..r Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' Pace, FOB BUILDING BRIDGE. The sailors said they were within Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles of threo nilea of the transports and witTravel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best nessed heavy conltnuous fire. minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone Notice is hereby given by the unThe men were on three former dersigned committee that on Thursintnenome. i nereis no age DutAi vessels, which had been taken day, August 9, 1917, and about the limit to enthusiasm for The Three Current Issues Free over by the Drltlsh government, and hour of 1 o'clock p. m.. at the court Youth's Companion. If you do not know THE COMPANION were on their way to Europe. Itl ui tend you Threo Current biues house in Haitford, Ohio county, Ky., FREE. Inclose this Coupon with your 52 Times a Year contract for tho construction of a request. Are You One of Them? not 12. span bridnc vill bo let to the lowest Thoie who ubtcribe now, tending $2 There are a great many people who and best bidder, the bridge to be confor the 52 iuues of THE COMPANION More good reading than you will would be very much benefited by takfor 1915, will receire Tho Companion get In any of the monthly Home Calendar FREE. ing Chamberlain's Tablets for a weak structed across the public ditch on magazines. and Leitchficltl road, or a or disordered stomach. Are you ono Owensboro the read known as the Fordsville SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE M. It. Searl, of them? Mrs. and Whitesville road at Coleman THE HARTFORD REPURLICAX A NJD VOUTIl'S COMPANION, BOTM N. Y., relates her experibrldtjc and nrt far from tho land3 of ONE YEAR FOR ONLY S2.75. ence in the use of these tablets: "I M. F. Reynolds and Foster Reynolds; had it bad spell with my stomach the bridge to bo of strel rrr.n and' C3Z9rJE3K!23KJr2a'fiaraZZZa about six months ago, and was troubWe Knock the Spots Out of Things concrete abutments; the 'plans and' led for two or threo weeks with gas by specifications of Fame p'.'era-eand severe pains in the pit of my Department of PuM'c Iloadi cf stomach. Our druggist advlitod me the ore on fil? in he 'r of to take Chamberlain's Tablets. I took Krntnch Jud-- c of the OIv'd John B. W:i.-orea bottle home and the first doe K- -., f"v' Fifty-fiv- e' Lestypewriters. lieved mo wonderfully, and I kept County Cou't, Haitford. French Dry Cleaned and Pressed in sons explained by Moving PicI was cured." rlso on file in tho office gf the in taking them until c Public Ron-to- . F Superior Manner. ture machine. Seven big DeThese tablets do not relieve pain, but partments Shorthand, Bookpain has been relieved may Ky.. to wln'ch plans an specifications atter the Send us your Garments and Havo a nonskeeping, Telegraphy, Stenotypy, ra reference i hereby, trade prevent Its recurrence. Them ?n'-- l pecific description of Music, Primary Normal. ExDidders will be required to stibm t TAKFV. pert teachers. Modern equipCLEANED CLEANS julv lfi. A good rain foil here .sealed bids, give bond with good atv! ment. Position . assured. ht Packages called tor and delivered. Saiuray-.lgapproved security lor the .lalhiu and Sunday, Vrlte for catalogue. Owing to the rainy weather thero performance-o-f their contract cf conTHE ELITE PRESSING CLUB vbs no singing at Union Qrovo this struction and riglit is reserved to reDaviess' Co, Bus. College week. They are making fast prog-ips- s ject any and all bid?. A. Iv Noll, Prop. for the singing convention at Hartford, Ky.. Jul" 24, 1017. Incorporated B. WILSON, JOHN Sulphur Springs HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. owexshoroky. ' BEN V. TAYLOR, Cliprlip reomstcr and son William B. F. P.ICE. Di of Palo spent Sunday with nO lu- - r.nnt M.s. Kate Funk who has Committee. been very sick but is" thought (o be.. EH-LA- X ' improving1. AMERICA'S NEW Petro-Meii- ta Relives Piles SECRET SERVICE Quite a number of friends and reNo matter how stubborn the latives pavo uncle John Dnvis' a caso may be Petro-Ment- a will A great deal has been written and birthday dinner on last Saturday. Jibs Mary Patton and daughter moro suspected about German spies bring rel' it. A trial will convince you. For sale by Ohio County visited Tlardnco Patton and family In this country. Drug Co. Price 25c. ' . Saturday and Sunday. America has a, very complete of its own to counterEstill Dnrtlett, wife and baby Ernie Byron spent Saturday night act the efforts of theso spies. And be- with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Leslie , cause the United Stat03 secret ser- . . j vice sometimes does some very peBartletto. Feel ripht all the time. Don't lay-ofculiar things, a growing distrust and Mr. Ira D. Funk was very successfrom work for days by taking calomel ful on the fish catch Saturday he even fear has arisen among that keeps yo when pleasant Lio- - Ver-La- x ! on your feet, while relievingyour troubclass of citizens who fear everything caught nine pounds Used ' Years le. Safertoo, and easy to take. Don't Prof. E. S. Howard was here Fri- - controlled by Roman Catholics, as the take anything else. You can't afloro secret service has been charged with day seeing friends. it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses sysbeing controlled, becauso its head is tem and relieves constipation. A natSloan's Liniment Vox-- Rheumatism a Knight of Columbus. ural remedy, natural in its actions, ure The torture of rheumatism, the I juij i, iiuwt.Mvr, saw me iiiuubu- in its effect and certain in results. It won't bo long before Liv- - Vc'Lax will pains and aches that make life un- ratlon of a nation-wid- e volunteer sercompletely displace calomel in everj Lln- - vice in connection with the govern bearable are relieved by Sloan's home.!. Children can take it freely an IniPiit. n plnnn clear llnuld that is ment Intelligence bureau that In with perfect safety. Every bottle guaranteed. 50c and $1 in bottles. Nona easy to apply and more effective than j dlcates how serious a menace Ameri- genuine without the likeness and signamussy piasters or uiuuuuuia ucwuso ca uas Como to regard tho uypnenat ture of L. K. Grigsby. For sale by It penetrates quickly without rubed element of our population, and The Woman's Tonic J. H. WILLIAMS, - Hartford Kjf. bing. For the many pains and aches for their information as well as for following exposure, strains, sprains tho consideration of Americans who and muscle soreness, Sloan's Lini- Intelligently, follow tho evolution ot Sold Everywhere m ment Is promptly effective. Always centralized government necessitated havp a bottle vhandy for gout, lum- by present war conditions, it may bago, toothache, backache, stiff neck be well to sketch tho now plan, which and all external pains. At druggists, is not likely to find Its way Into the 1 nowspapers. 25c. LIGHT has no comment to offer upon the posslblo uso or misuse that CINCINNATI GEItMAN PAPERS MUST PRINT (TRANSLATIONS may bo mado of this tremendous arm (feCAIX PATTERNS Celebrated for style, perfect fit, simplicity isl of tho government, other than to reliability (neirljr 40 years. Said In nesrlr Cincinnati, O., July 21. An or- advise every person in this country ererr city knd town in the United SUtes ini f Canada, or by mall direct. More sold that) dinance designed to unfold to tho who loves Gormany better than the snr other make. Send (or tree catalogue IfcCAIX'S MAGAZINE English speaking citizens, tho news United States to obey tho law and More subscribers than sny other lashloa and comments, ns printed In tho keep his mouth shut If ho wants to maeatlne million a month. Invaluable. Lat est styles, patterns, dressmaking, millinery, nowspapers and other perikeep out of jail. German plain scnlng, tancy needlework, halrdresslng; d Tho new addition to tho secret etiquette, Rood stories, etc. Only CO cents ' odicals of Cincinnati, hns been rear (worm aouoicj, wciuaing a ireo m by Attorney Henry K. Gib- service consists of an unknown numtoday, or send (or sample copy. to tho ber of American citizens of all creeds INQUCEMENTS rONDEBFVL son and will bo submitted to Agents, rostal brings premium cstalogue and occupations and In every walk ot next meeting of tho city council. anancwcasnpriieoEers. Aaarcis McCAix do. ra to iu n. rui su mw tou It will compel by law all publish- society who havo .volunteered for Children ers ot publications printed in tho and compose tho "American Proteclanguago of an enomyito tho United tive Leaguo." This League is AmeriA safe, old fashioned States to print alongside their mat- can to tho core, and each member remedy for worms. English Is furnished with an otllclal hadgo ter translations in tho Serenty.fire years continulanguago, all vouched for in sworu which Is his credential to all police ous um is the best testimonial pcaco officers. and other statements. FREVS VERMIFUGE en l.?5 Every "Gorman-American- " a ?500 native Tho ordinance provides offet jrou. 'iSSb imprisonment for a second ot Germany or any other sort ot KxptbotMslKineaMad. It flue and will Mo lutp du ihscw Cuw.eeJ Vkhen everything elss fills. hyphenated dweller In tho United offonso. ux) hetlilir, Id ncrvou pro.Mratioi and ftmalc 2c LttttW--tt3 ran dnirati cf States may now feel assured that ruu fcWr m"i linldm; wc;tn:3st tney ars tlia suprems his every woijd nnd action outsldo mnh DolnS Good. TJ h lead )reu "a f Jc " remedy, at thousands have tesU5e. ia lUmpf M tt f medicines have mot moro fav- tho privacy of his family Is being Fow FOH KIDHklY, LIVER AND or or accomplished moro good than carefully noted. All suspicious perE. & S. FREY, STOMACH TROUBLE f'hamberlaln's Colic and Diarrhoea sons will bo reported to headquarters BALTIMORE. MD. U Is the icit ever sold 1 evory city, nnd If German propagover a otuggls"iS counter. Remedy. John F. Jantzen, Delmeny, In t ywiv rvBijut anvcnmnw Sask., says of It "f have used Cham- anda caii bring about any moro exberlain's polle and Dlarhoea Remedy plosions, bomb outrages and deaths myself and In my family and can rec- 'in America It will not ho becauso tho them. Tho leaguo literally enrolls "Woman "Wants hundreds of thousands in its work, ommend It as being an exceptionally A. P. L. Is not on tho job. m So our advice to all porsons who every man a volunteer who does his line preparation." havo heretofore gloried In their hyp- work In connection with his everyhens and lost sight ot tho Amorlca day business and' does not draw ono Wliero .Metal U Coined. government mints first Idea Is to contain their enthusia- penny of pay. Thero Is no uso to Thero aro four sm and retrain from rocking tho try and spot a leaguo member, for viz, at Philadelphia, called tho parho never wears his badge outsldo. branches at ,New Or- boat. ent mint, and FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE Dissolved in water for douche stopr If thoy havo not heretofore be- Further than this there Is nothing leans, San Francisco and Donver. Tho pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflamminor coins, ono and flvo cent pieces, lieved Americans of nil classes and olso to bo said. From Light. mation, nocoramended by Lydia E. creeds could dismiss their petty diffL aro coined at tho Philadelphia mint Pinkham Med. Co, for ten years. A healing wonder for raosaf catarrh, only, which also, coins old and sit- erences long enough to get together sore throat and sore eyes. Economical. ter. The denominations' of tho colua for the common defense, this new Has aaUsaniisaiy deanuaa aad eerauadal power. FOR FLETCHER'S or twii by Staple tm. juc. ail thoir fineness and value aro estab- American movement, backed by tho QnaJ. TlxPHunToJtOjm;nr. Bataa.Maas. lished by Congress, and tho opera- - government, will soon undecolvo Chamberlain's eYOUTffS COMPANION Better Than Ever in 1915 Bald-winsvll- n, ' a Ladies' and Men's Garments Om-rr.iselon- er . fr I USELIM J ' For Lazy Liver 'and the Troubles o Constipation. f V4'' 1 40 CARDUI 2 fl J m it Mothers use pro-pare- r;miruge r paiicra-Subicrib- a- For the tu lEietri !fJfe .' o & r. M Every Chilctxen Ory CASTOrfA llgSSggggJlQiHie" ' . " n .1 ts8?ieaSlt-- - "" waKujUiV' 09&&WSiG&QSQGQaG&9&&SG9G wjiiwjlz BUY YOUR TW. FROM I 772 Talllo F. Hoflln, Simmons 145G John H. Stearns, Pren- tiss. 721 Olllo Gray, Hartford. Rowe, Mc1419 Raymond Henry. Rock-por- t. 7SG Wlllto C. Heflin, 1549 Arvll Stearman, Center-town. 147G Otis Rock, Beaver Dam. Bishop, 280 Schulotto O. Equality. 1292 Win F. McKerman, Hartford. 972 Parrln E. Johnson, Narrows. 9S3 Olllo Johnson, Dcanfleld. Mc757 Nathaniel Hudson, Henry. 9GG Ewell M. James, Beaver Dam. 8GS Grovcr C. Hlnes, Beaver Dam. 332 Wm Y. Cundlff, Ccralvo. 379 Elbert P. Chariot, Llver- niore. 1560 Cecil C. Shultz, Prentiss. 542 Georgo Dcvlnc, Rockport 94 Carl L. Bell, Llvla. S74 Henderson Hockcnberry, Echols. FordsG52 Wesley Daniel, villo. 1300 Arnold Newton, 1SS7 STRAW HAT Hwfo Clothing Co. HERTFORD, KY. 9SSSSSSSSS You Can Be You Jesse ford. A. Wade. Hart- - 29S Cecil Whatever G75 17G9 1294 114S 1G47 1354 Want To Be You can be a success, and a big success, if you have 190G AMBITION, ERERGY, NERVE. The road to success is easy if you are properly prepared. A Business Education is the chief requisite for preparedness. The big men of today almost without exception are' the men who prepared yesterday. We prepare you for the position that are waiting for the prepared man or woman. School in session the entire,, year. , Pupils may enter at any time and receive proper classification. -- 2017 343 2008 Barnard, Beaver Dam. Nelson Ferry, Fordsvlllc. Emmett O. Taylor, Narrows. Frank Nix. Olaton Ernest Martin, Beaver Dam. Southard,' Shelby M. Beaver Dam. Wayne Payton, Horse Branch. Cyrus Williams, Wysox. Isaac H. Mason, Rockport. Henry Chambers, Whltes-vlllo. Govey A. Hlnes, port. 1613 Ira Smith, Olaton. 9S2 Shelby A. Jackson, Rock- Rock- port. 726 Geo. Green, Wysox. 15 Isaac H. Ashby, Center-tow905 Hardin D. Haven, Cromn. well. 933 Clarence 1531 128S nag in ii f.1:-- (Incorporated) OWENSBORO, KY. li BOSTON $36.75 4 452 355 1843 530 Howard, Hart-- " ford. Jacob J. Smith, Hartford. H. H. McCarty, Fordsvillo Ezra C. Crowder, Beaver Dam. , Ray Cook, White Run. Georgo Williams, Beaver Dam. Jame3 O. Durall, Rock- port. 809 Wm A. Hawkins, Beaver tfins : Dam. 1114 Rufus Mlnton, McHenry. 1470 Cecil Rhoades, Hartford. G45 Stephen L. Fraley, Rochester. 218 Jesse L. Baggarly Beaver Dam. G20 Allle F. Fentress, Barrets 133'4 Ferry. Frances well. M. Petty. Nnr-rpw- s. ewyokkhBostox via Louisville & Nashville Railroad y 550 Geo. A. Daugherty Crom1G11 Marlon C. Shrevo, 574 31 Falls Limit Round Trip Tourist Fares from Hartford NEW YORK $36.75 In 1727 981 184S Reduced Fares to many other cities and resorts the East and North WW -- ti Variable route fares available through Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York, Boston, Montreal, Toronto, Niagara Falls, Buffalo, Detroit, Atlantic City, the Adlron-dack- s, Lake Champlain, and other cities and resorts of the East and North, including trips on Atlantic and Great Lake Steamers. For particulars, rates, folders, etc., apply 1570 1817 770 8S2 G77 or Rough. Henry C. Elliott, Prentiss. Arnold, Horse Plrtlo Branch. Everett Thomas, White Run. Russoll Jones Echols. Marvin Warner, McHenry Joe St. Clair Beaver Dam Atpanls Wedding, Hartford. James It. Hamilton Hartford. Forrest Hardin, Point Pleasant. , H. E. MISCI1KE, Ticket Agent 4 OHIO COUNTIANS WHO GET (Continued 153G FIRST CALL from pago one.) Jas. T. Southard, Simmons ville 1922 Onico Whitcshouse, Fords- 1723 Willie Ciow Thomas, Nar- rows 1779 1236 Jas. L. Torrence, Cromwell Everett Marshall, Fouls- Para- villo 2011 Sidney H. Johnson, 1.12 18 C52 027 M81 739 1551 G01 1322 dise Jesse Kaysingcr, Dcanfleld John W. Allen, Hcynolds Station Heiboit Foteman, Dundee Itay Hawkins, Haitfoid Win. Iiow, Echols Isaac M. Griffith, Whites, ville Fiank A. Shultz, Picntiss Melvin Evans, Fordsvillo Jas. E. l'lummer, Prentiss Harlan B. Matthews, Mc- Henry 1103 Roy F. Litscy, Fordsvillo 1395 Marvin T. Paiks, Haitford ' COG Jas. C. Fisher, McHenry 182 Benny II. Boswell, Horton 1771 Ellis L. Toms, Dundee1 D73 Ernest DeBruler. Falls of Hough 4G Len Allen, Beaver Dam 1020 Warren Kelley, Rockport 1G51 Orvlll C. Smith, Fordsvillo. 1099 James La nil am, Fordsvillo. 1955 Rolllo Westerflold, Hartford. 1C3G Robert B. Schroader, Olaton. 223 Roma Balzo, Dalzetown. 1441 Herbert B. Roach, Beaver Dam. 117 Clifton W. Boyd, Center-tow114C n. Clyde Embry, South Carrollton, 390 Jesso O. Cooksoy, Olaton. 75 Ira Allen, Hartford. 1818 Ceo. A. Wedding, G02 Chas. L. Fielden, Hartford. 749 Dudley D. Grlfflu, Hartford. 18G8 Gilbert T. Wright, Horton. 1509 Lesllo Russell, Narrows. 1211 Wllllo Mlnton, Echols. 525 Claudo Duke, Hartford. 1517 Louis T. Riley, Hartford. 1574 Wm C. Shultz, Narrows. 2034 Nathan Tunclo, Rockport 7G0 Morton Hcrrol, McIIonry. 5G G. Mack Aiystln, Select. 127G Geo. W. McMahan, Llvla. 1791 Benj. A. Turner, Hartford. 19GG Herbert Wotseruold, Hartford, 792 Richard C. Hockor Beaver Dam 5 Dennis Allen, Rockport. 3G0 Harrison Cook, Bannock. 1580 Collls L. Shultz, Narrows. 54 Mooney B. Alblu, Balzotowu. 870 Jesso Harris, Sunnydalo. 1714 Albert L. Taylor, Ccntcrtown 549 Roy T. Dunn, Ciomwell 1132 Ora Matlock. Ccntcrtown 440 Hubert J. Cooper, Fordsvillo. 1485 Harlan L. Robinson, Beaver Dam. 1G74 Arthur B. Shields, Cromwell. 1054 Harben Likens, McHenry. 1275 Oscar L. McDanlel, Horso Branch. 711 Jas A. Geutry, Narrows. For Representative candidacy of .T. W. DUVALL for Wo nro authorized to announco tho Republican nomlnntlon for Jailer tho of candidacy of L. L. ESI11RY for tho Ohio county. Subject to tho PriRepublican nomination Repre- mary Election, Saturday, August for 4, sentative of Ohio county. Subject X J L I , to tho Primary Election, Saturday, August 4, 1917. Wo nro nuthorlzed to nnnounce tho candldncy of E. E. TIXSLEY for Wo nro authorized to announco the Republican nomination for Jailer tho of candidacy of l)K. W. h. LAWLACH Ohio county. Subject to tho Prima-r- y 1430 Hczro IC. Howe, Rockport. for tho Republican nomination for Election, August 4, 1917. 2005 Manchester GrlfTIn, Hartford. Representative of Ohio county. Subject to tho Primary Election Satur493 Cecil Dropor .Herrln, III. Wo nro authorized to announce tho day, August 4, 1917. 1358 Ernest E. Price, Llvermbro. candidacy of 8. A. LEE for the Republican nomination for Jailer of 923 Willis B. Hicks, Hartford. Wo are authorized to announco tho 1305 Rcthel T. Oglcsby, Beaver Dam candidacy of .1. I). HILL for tho Re- Ohio county. Subject to tho Primary Election, August 4, 1917. 341 Earl II. Chick, Beaver Dam. publican nomination for Representative of Ohio County. Subject to the 1007 Claude B. Llles Beaver Dam. Wo nro Primary Election, Saturday, August candldncy authorized to nnnounco tho 17G4 Robert O. Tllford, Rockport. of .1. T. WEDDING for 4, 1917. Republican nomination for Jailer the 391 Wesloy M. Coppago, Olaton. of Ohio county. Subject to tho Prima3GG Lodford B. Peyton, Olaton. For County Judge. ry Election, August 4, 1917. 353 Ellis Coy, Dalzetown. Wo are authorized to announco tho candidacy of MACK COOK for the 970 Ellis Johnson, Llvla. Wo aro authorized to announce tho Republican nomination for Judgo of 637 Alva Faught, Olaton. the Ohio County Court. Subject to candidacy of CHARLEY JOHNSON 1675 Estill Spencer, Fordsvlllc tho Primary Election, Saturday, Au- for tho Republican nomlnniinn tn 2024 Leslie Ruckcr, Hartford. Jailer of Ohio county. Subject to gust 4, 1917. uio rnmary Election, Saturday. Au3G0 Henry F. Casey, Benver Dam. Wo aro authorized to announco tho gust 4, 1917. 1657 Lesllo Shlolds, Cromwell. candidacy of It. It. WEDDING for 1217 Willie Muffott, Narrows. Wo nro authorized to announco the tho Repabllcnn nomination for Judgo 571 Ernest Elder, Ccralvo. of tho Ohio County Court. Subject candidacy of C. A. SMITH for tho Re1873 Edward L. Wells, Philpot to tho Primary Election, Saturday, publican nomination for Jailer of 4SS Heavrln Douglas, Barretts For-r- August 4, 1917. Ohio county. Subject to tho Primary Election, Saturdny, August 4, 1917. Wo arc authorized to announco tho 1543 Thomas C. Sncll, McHenry. candidacy of It. II. MARTIN for tho Wo aro nuthorlzed to 704 Clarcnco I. Gray, Horso Branch Republican nomination for Judgo of candldncy of WORTH nnnounco tho TICIIKNOIl 72 Lorenzo C. Acton, Hartford. Ohio County Court. tho Subject to for tho Republican nomlnntlon 1053 Joseph F. Leisure, McHenry. the Primary Election, Saturday, Au Jnller of Ohio county. Subject for to 1S9G Kernlo B. Westerlleld, the Prlmnry Election, Saturday, AuHart gust 4, 1917. gust 4, 1917. ford. We nre nutnonzed to n'nnounce tho 1709 Douglas Taylor, Narrows. candidacy of .). A. ISELLASIY for tho Wo are to announce tho 336 Sam Cook. Baizctown Republican nomination for Judgo of candidacy authorized PERRY of J. W. for 112 Grover M. Brown, Ccralvo. the Ohio County Court. Subject to Republican nomination for Jnlinr tho nt 1007 Benj. II. Likens, Horso Branch. tno 1'rlmary Election, Aug. 4, 1917. Ohio county. Subject to the PC. 12S Carl B. Barnes, Prentiss. mnry Election, Saturday, Auguit Wo nro ' 2012 Robert Hudson, Beaver Dam. candidacy authorized to nnnounco tho 4, 1917. of SILAS L. STEVENS for G79 McDowell A. Fogle. Haitford Republican nomination for Judge the Wo nro authorized to announco tho SOS Jesso L. Huff, Barretts Ferry. of tho Ohio County Court. Subject candldncy of I si, ISHOWX for tho 11 Leonard B. Bishop, Ccntcrtown to tho Prlmnry Election, Saturday, Republican nomination for Jailer of August 4, 1917. Ohio county. 900 Arvls Hall, Fordsvlllc. Subject to tho PrlmV ry Election, Saturday. Aucust J.' 9S1 Russell Jones, Echols. Wo aro authorized to announce tho J.917. 1G17 Gallas Stewart, Hartford. candidacy of WIXSON SMITH for tho 3G3 Stunley Cain, Beaver Dam. Republican nomination for Judgo of For AvCfuor. Subject to 12S7 Walter B. McCarty, Fordsvlllc. tho Ohio County Court. We nro the primary Election, Saturday, Au candidacy authorized to nnnounco tho 1142 Ethel Maiden, Whlto Run. of I). E. WARD for tha gust 4, 1917. Republican nomination for Assessor 1765 Jas. L. Thomas, Rockport. G Jno. J. Alexander, Rockport. Wo nro authorized to announco tho of Ohio county. Subject to tho Pri327 Levls E. Craddock, McHenry. candidacy of L. I). TICllKXOIt for mary Election, Saturday, August 4, the Democratic nomination for Judge i 1917. 93 Nelson Blanchard, Simmons. or tno Ohio County Court. Subject 664 C. H. Farmer. Fordsvlllc For Coroner. to tho Primary Election Saturday, Wo aro authorized to announce tho 14 4 S Homer Robinson, Narrows. August 4, 1917. candidacy of DR. A. It. RILEY for 1722 Willie C. Tucker, Fordsvlllc the Republican nomination for Cor957 Will E. James, Simmons. For County Attorney. oner of Ohio county. Subject to tho 1557 Geo. B. Shepherd, Prentiss. We aro authorized to announco tke J'tfmary Election, Saturday, August 174 4 John I.'Thomasson, Hartford. candidacy of A. I). KIRK for tho Re- 4th,il917. publican nomination tor County At1112 Grayson F. Lashbrook, Hart- torney of. Ohio county. Subject to For SlngLstrato. ford. the Primary Election, Saturday, AuWo aro authorized to announco tha 345 Hubert Chick, Heaver Dam. gust 4, 1917 candidacy of W. C. DAUGHERTY for 1595 Robt. J. Schroader, Roslne. tho Republican nomination for JusFor County Court Clerk. 1355 Roy D. Park, Horse Branch. tice of Peace, Roslno Magisterial DisWe are authorized to announco the trict. Subject to tho Primary Elec103 Tommle Byers, McHenry. of W. C. 1505 Robert A. Rusher, Fordsvlllc candidacyRepublican ItLAXKKXSIIIl tion, Saturday, August 4, 1917. for tho nomination for 1912 Henry Whlto, Balzetown. County Court Clerk of Ohio county. Wo aro authorized to announce tha 1221 Walter D. Maddox, Rockport. Subject to the Primary Election, candidacy of JAS. A. HOLING for the Republican nomination for Justice of 1102 Jno. W. Llndloy. Centcrtown. Saturday, August 4, 1917. the Peace, Sulphur Springs District. 1625 Dan D. Smith, Hartford. We nro nuthorlzed to announco tho Subject to tho Primary Election, Sat55G Shelby Daugherty, Cromwoll. candidacy of L. II. COXDIT for the urday, August 4. 1917. 1565 Herbert Stevens, Beaver Dam. Republican nomination for County 154 Boyd Baugh, Beaver Dam. Wo aro authorized to announco the Court Clerk of Ohio county. Subject to the Primary Election, August 4, candidacy of E. W. JACKSON for 12S1 Chas McKlnley, Hartford. tho Republican nomination for Jus51 Leonard F. Anderson, Rockport 1917. tice of tho Peace, Beaver Dam Dis717 David A. Gray. Hartford, trict. Subject to tho Primary ElecFor Sheriff. 1057 Arglo W. Leach, Prentiss. We aro authorized to announco tho tion, Saturday, August 4, 1917. 125G Albert Morris. Narrows. candidacy of G. A. RALPH for the 1073 Peardic Logsdnn. Rosine Ropllcan nomination for Sheriff of Wo aro authorized to announco tho Ohio county. Subject to tho Pri candidacy of SI. It. CROWDER for 30 Buck Alslp, McHenry. mary Election, Saturday, August 4, tho Republican nomination for Jus-tlc- o 199 Ernest Bartlott, Hartford. of tho Peace, Roslno Magisterial 1917. 38S Abo Carter, Roslne. district. Subject to tho Primary 1423 Wm Rogers, McHenry. Wo aro authorized to nnnounco tho Election, Saturday, August 4, 1917. 171 Noblo Taylor, Beaver Dam. candidacy of S. A. ISKATCHEH for We aro authorized to nnnounco th tho Republican nomination for Sher773 Mack Hall, McHenry. iff of Ohio county. Subject to tho candldncy of W. 8. DEAN for tho ReG0S Wm C. Faught, McHenry. Primary Election, Saturday, August publican nomination for Justice of 40G Ed. J. Crunk, Llttlo Bond. tho Peace, Sulphur Springs Magister4, 1917. ial district. Subject to tho Primary 519 Chas. R. Daniel, Olaton. Election, Saturday, August 4, 1917. - " 1730 Jas. R. Thomas, Whlto Run. Wo are authorized to announco tho 25 Arthur Allen, Renfrow. candidacy of G. I JONES for the Wo nro Republican nomination for Sheriff candidacy authorized to announco tho 392 Loney C. Crowder, Roslne. of Ohio county. Subject to tho Pri- Republican of 8. W. LEACH for tho 889 Estill Howard, Fordsvlllc mary Election, Saturday, August 4, tho Peaco, nomination for Justice of 383 Jesso II. Crowder, Roslne. Beaver Dam Magisterial 1917. district. Subject to tho Primary 11GG Floyd Morris, Renfgrow. Election, Saturday, August 4, 1917. W Center-tow- n. 1712 Herschel M. Taylor, Wo aro authorized to nnnounco tho candidacy of H. E. HEXXETT for tho Wo aro Democratic nomination for Sheriff of candidacy authorized to announco tho 588 Elmer M. Eldson, Select. of J. y. IIAGERSIAN for Ohio county. Subject to tho Primary tho Democratic 85G Jas. W. Hamilton, Hartford. nomination for Jus-tlc- o Election, Saturday, August 4, 1917. " of tho Peace, Hartford Maglster-la- l 705 J. Goff, McComb, Miss. District. Subject to tho Primary 134G Luttrell K. Park, Hartford. For Superintendent. Electlou, Saturday, Aug. 4, 1917. 2053 Owen Parks, Hartford. Note Women wno aro legally qualified, aro entitled to vote for 1957 John A. Webb. Hartford Wo aro School Superintendent In both Pri- cnndldncy authorized to nnnounco tho 576 Mitchell Embry, Neafus. of J. H. DANIEL for tho mary and Final Election.. Republican nomination for Jnstina 2023 Ed Nail, Hartford. of tho Wo nro authorized to announce the District. Peace, Bartletts Magisterial Subject tho candidacy of E. 8. HOWARD for the Election, Saturday,toAugust Primary 4, 1917. FOOD CONTTOL BILL Republican nomination for Superintendent of Schools of Ohio county. Wo aro authorized to announco tho Subject to tho Prlmnry ' Election, candidacy of ED SHOWN for tho (Continued from first pago.) Saturday, August 4, 1917. Republican nomination for Justice of tho Peaco, Hartford Magisterial tho Houso measure, food, feeds and We aro authorized to announco the District. candldncy of SIRS. I. 8. MASON for Election, Subject to tho Primary fuels. Saturday, August 4, 1917. In llou of tho Houso bill's broad tho Republican nomination for Superprovisions for licensing food dealers, intendent of Schools of Ohio county. Wo aro authorized to announco tho Subject to tho Primary tho Senate bill limits Federal licen- urday, August 4, 1917. Electlou, Sat- candidacy of Q. B. BROWN for tho Republican nomination for Justice of sing to tho following agencies and tho Peace, Rockport District. Subtheso only which have products in For Jailer. ject to tho Primary Election, SaturWo aro authorized to announce the day, August 4th., 1917. lnterstato or foreign commerco: Wheat elevators, cold storago and candidacy of SI. C. SIIROADEK for Wo aro authorized to announco tho packing houso, farm Implement fac- tho Republican nomination for Jail er of Ohio county. Subject candidacy tories, coal producers and dcalors, Primary Electlou, Saturday, to the publican of TOM COX. for ih nn. August nomination for Jutlco of and wholesalers of designated nee- - 4, 1917. tho Peaco, for tho RosIho District. ossarlors. Subject to the Primary Election, Wo aro authorized to announce the August 4th., 1917. Tho Houso bill's provisions for Federal requisitioning of necessaries Is limited by tliu Seuato redraft to curtailed by tho Sennto to factories, tracts In which thoy nro pecunlarly fooilB, feeds and fuels, and other sup packing houses, mines and other Interested. plies for military purposes only. Plants, needed for military or othor Among Important provisions of Government purchaso and salo qf public uso connected with tho com- - tho Houso bill stricken out was that J foodstuffs, to maintain reasonable mon defense. establishing a general Govornmen prices, also Is limited by tha Senate A Senato amendment regarding control of all "necessaries " bill to fuel, wheat, flour, meal, beans Government war supplies purchased Neither Houso nor Sonat'o and potatoes. thru tho Defense CounclP's Advisory tho original Administration contains nrnn. Tho Houso provision for authority Commissions, would prevent mom- - nls for Government control of cloth, to requisition factories gonorally was hers from soliciting Federal con- - lug and maximum prlco-flxlnV y. 1" g. Forrest E. Hlnton, Utlca. 638 Claronco Ford, Hartford. 1032 Wm C. Klrtloy, Smatlhousc 623 Luther W. Forbes, Beaver Dam 2G9 Alonzo F. Bellamy, Fordsvillo. GS5 Claudo Gray, McHenry. 1141 Harris Maldon, Whlto Run. 1314 Joshna It. Patton, Hartford. 101G Leo Roy King, Llvla. 16S8 Edward M. Smith, Hartford. 335 Walter B. Chapman, Center-tow- n. 841 ANNOUNCEMENTS.