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ALLIES CRUSH GERMAN LINES TEUTONS ON HUN, TERRIFIC TACK MADE ON WIDE FRONT. AT- Subscription $1 per Year No. 5 NATION-WID- E HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 3, 1917, tho British bombardment had caused tho British gunners to lessen the vlolcnco of tholr fire. It comes, however, after tho failure of tho tremendous efforts tho German Crown Prlnco has been putting forth to" break tho French front In tho Alsne region. Tho French forco evidently is great enough not only to withstand such powerful hammering succssfully, but to allow with tho British with of at another portion of tho lino. Pelnln's Attack. Inst In addition Oeneral Petaln night tnado a successful attack on his own account on tho Alsno front, carrying Germnns positions 1,500 yards nt La wldo on tho Chemln-dcs-DamHoyere and west of Eplno do Chev-rcgnbreaking a Gorman counterattack and capturing moro than 100 prisoners, according to tho ofllclal Paris War Offlce.' cs that tho Intensity of their reply to who only yesterday wore boasting "GOD BLESS MR. HOOVER." at Chicago which nominated Lincoln for tho Presidency. NO EXCUSE FOR HIGH COAL PRICES, REPORT PASSES SENATE SUBMISSION OF ISSUE GETS 03 FOR, TO 20 AGAINST IN LPPER HOUSE. T Chicago, July 31. Drastic action by tho Stato to curb high prices of y to tho coal was recommended Illinois Stato Council of Defense by the Council Committee which last week met with representatives of tho coal mine operators of Illinois. The report said: "There Is no excuse for tho present high prices of coal in Illinois." Whether tho action would be a request for a special session of the Legislature to give greater powers to tho council or an order fixing a maximum price was not announced The report called attention to the fact that coal, which was selling last year for $1.35 a ton, now is being quoted at ?3 to $3.50 a ton. Wages have gone up only twenty cents a ton. "This Increase," the report declares "can not account for a jump of $2.15 a ton In the price of coal at tho mines bctwoen July, 1910 and July, 1917. Federal action has been and may be so long delayed, as to be totally Ineffective. If no other way remains tho control of prices in Illinois alono will be urged and enforced If necto-da- AFTER BASES BECKHAM YES. JAMES NO I Second Line Trenches Captured on Twenty-Mll- o Line, Losmjs Are Ileavj. Amendment To Be Ratified By States Within SI Years, Certain To Pass House. ? One of thd'hlg moves of the war apparently Is under way in Flanders whero tho right, Hank of the German front is anchored upon tho sand dunes and flat fields that skirt tho North sua coast. Unpreccdently hattlo of'blg guns that has been .raging for days past has hoen succeeded by a chnrgo of the Infantry and a combined Ilrltlsh and French force Is sweeping forward over the strongly fortified Teutonic lines, ns the following dispatch shows: llilti-l- i Front In France. July 31. (By the Associated Press.) The entente allied forces which launched their offensive this morning havo advanced well beyond the d front lino German trenches. In many places they havo reached the second lino defenses on front of attack, aca twenty-mil- e cording to tho early reports. troops Tho Urltish and French went Into battle under cover of what perhaps was tho greatest barrage fire over seen during tho war. Tho entente artillery is moving forward and tho whole- situation Is satisfactory In every particular. Between Dixumudo and Boesinho tho attackers reported they had secured tho two flrst Hues of trenches after having fought over tho most difficult terrain Imaginable. The British again have captured La Bassco vllle, which they recently to tho Gormans. Tho British and French forces arc facing a largo concentration of German artillery and fresh troops, which havo been rushed up. Tho entente allies have established complete nlr superiority. The entente military officials say iho moralo of tho Germans here is not up to tho old standard. Base. After It seems significant that French forces havo combined with British for ian assault on this front, where an attempt to break through or turn the Gorman Hank has been expected for aonio time. A keen command to get at tho German submarine bases which line tho shores of Belgium has also "been in ovldenco, and this purposo would bo accomplished by any sweeping victory achieved on tho Flanders tor-Tifl- ic shell-shattereat y, Washington, Aug. 1. A resolution, for submission to tho States of a prohibition amendment to the Federal constitution was adopted late today by the Senate Tho vote was 65 to 20, eight more than the necessary two-third- s. front. On Wide Front. Tho nttack on the two allied armle3 Is marked on the southern boundary of its field by tho river Lys, about thirty miles from tho coast. "A wldo front" Is tho official British expression describing its scope, which obviously docs not make it clear how far toward the coast tho thrust extends. Tho oporatlon gives every evldenco of being a major 0110, however, and It Is clear that It was successful In its Initial stages, tho London Wur Ofllco account declaring: "In conjunction with the French troops operating on our loft wo attacked at 3:50 o'clock thU morning 011 a wldo front north of tho river "Lys. ;Tha. allied troops havo captured tholr first objectives on tho whole front attacked and are roported to bo making satisfactory progress at all points. "Considerable numbers of prison- 1. Franco-Belgia- n border, to tho North Sea coast, tho dlstunco between thoso two points belng'nbout thirty miles. Included In tills battlo area Is tho front, famous WytschaetoiMesslnes whero tho British on Juno 7, after exploding 1,000,000 pounds of high explosives under tho German lines, front and attacked on a nlno-mll- o captured tho high rldgo, several guns and small towns, forty-seve- n nioro than 7,000 prisoners. Germans Surprised. Tfte launching of tho drlvo was soomlngly a surprise to tho Germans, ers already have been captured." Tho battlo front north of tho river Lys stretches from Waronton, on tho the cause. Although he had suffered occasional attacks of illness recently, General Otis, who was more than eighty years old, had been at his desk In the Times office nearly every day within the last few weeks. In uniform." Over five years of General Otis' Since his arrival In Butte recently from Globe, Ariz., Little bad made a life was spent as a volunteer soldier MEMBERS OF LOCAL KXEMPTION number of speeches to strikers in all of the Unltd States. He saw forty-nin- e BOARDS MUST SEIIVE months of actual service in the of which ho had attacked the governCOUNTRY. ment and urged the men to shut Civil War, was twice wounded and includdown the mines of the Butte district. received seven promotions, was bitter In his denunciation of ing two brevets, retiring with the He Frankfort, Ky., July 31. Mem- tho government. His record was un- title of major and llutenant-colone- l, bers of exemption boards will not bo der Investigation by the Federal au- by brevet. With the outbreak of tho Spanish-America- n allowed to resign in tho futur ex- thorities whose attentions had been war, in 1898, Major Otis, cept for tho most urgent reasons and called to his activities. On the other volunteered with "he approval of tho Governor, hand, the report was current that Lit- at the age of sixty-onProvost Marshal General Crowdor tle was" In the employ of a detectlvo his services to President McKInleyand notified Governor Stanley this morn- agency and ono theory was that ho was made a brigadier general of volun ing, and unless thoy serve their was tho victim of the radical element teers. He was assigned to duty, first cases will bo presented to the Depart- of whom ho appeared to be a mem- at Camp Merrlt (Cal.) and then to the Philippines, where at different ment of Justice. Tho Governor was ber. ' times, he commanded various diviulbo f.dvlsed to appoint a member of Haywood's Lieutenant. each board to admlr'ster oaths. Little took a leading part In recent sions of the Eight Army Corps in tho Crow tier's lelwroiii. labor troubles In Arizona. He ad- campaign for pacification of the naHe resigned his comGeneral Crowdor's Telegram fol- dressed a letter to Gov. Campbell, of tive revolt. mand In April, J899, returning to the lows: Arizona, protesting against tho ' Ample time and opportunity now of I. W. W. members from United States. Upon discharge he has been allowed to persons desig- Blsbee. ' This letter was written from was brovotted major general for nated ar members of local board to Salt Lake. Gov. Campbell replied, "meritorious conduct In action." Following tho Civil War, Otis I.iesent any reasons thoy may havo tolling Llttlo ho resented his Interto tho trade of printer, for for no: serving ns such. It Is'lndU-peiihubl- o ference and his threats. Llttlo was that tho personnel oftheso understood to havo tho confidence of which ho had abandoned school at an boards bo completed by section six William D. Haywood, Secretary of the early ago, acquiring, finally in 1SS2 of the selective draft law. Persons I. W. W. National Organization, and a fourth Interest in the Los Angles deslcnated to perform this service aro was regarded hero as ono of Hay- Ttmos. Previously he had served for four years a3 foreman of tho govas effectively drafted for this duty as wood's confidential agents. aro the registrants who aro to be seLlttlo was a crlpplo, but active, ernment printing ofllco at Washinlected for the uillltary sorvlco. In tho and a forceful speaker. gton. Quite early In his career as editor future members of local boards will On Little's body was a card bear j be excused from performing - this ing tho words: "First nnd last warn- and publisher of tho Times, for he Otis Vig- HtiprtiHlv sponrpil full control. sorvlco only for tho most urgent reas- - ing. Others tako notice. camo Into conflict with organized lab ons, approved by the Governor of ilantes." their Stato. It Is requested that Llttlo was taken out of tho build- or, and thereafter until tho day of tho Governor closely scruntlnlzo each ing In whloh ho lodged by a party of his death he waged an unrelenting caso presented to him and that ho ' masked men who took him away in warfare for what ho termed lndust- ' rocommend excusing of members of j an automobile. He was not given rial freedom. On October 10..W10, only In caso of great t tlmo to dress. Tho building Is near his building and printing plant was local boardsi hardship. Unloss tho Governor be-- f tho Finn Hall, which Is headquar dynamited and twenty of his work- lleves that tho excuso that Is pre- ters for tho now Metal Mlno Work- Jinon killed. Tho arrests and trials sented is valid, substantial and con- - ers' Union, which recently called a which followed were matters of natrolltflK, tho attention should bo dl- -. striko of minors and which was fre- tionwide Intercs. Gen. Otis acquired a largo forrocted to section six of tho law, and In quently addressed by Llttlo. tune, his interests asido from pubcaso of further refusal to serve tho lishing being extensive. In politics caso should be roported to the nearHe Can Bo Worse. of tho Federal est representative "What am I ever going to to with Ills paper ever reflected the attitude uncomDepartment of Justlco. such a bad boy?" sighed tho harassed of Its editor aggressive, promising; Republican, Otis' connec"Thoso Instructions do not apply, mother. of course, to members of boards who "You better leave mo nlono," an- tion with that nartv dating back to to bo removed under Instructions swered tho boy, roferred to "I ain't I860, when .ho was sent from Ken-- I are tucky a3 a delegate to tuo convention of tho War Department." half so bad as I know how to be!" Tho French statement reads: "An attack delivered by us at 8 o'clock last night on n front of 1,500 yards south of. La Itoyere and west of Eplno do Chevrcgny resulted In completo success. Wo renched all our objectives nnd wo broke a German counter attack In tho courso of which we took 1C7 prisoners, Including two officers and about fifteen officers belonging to three regiments of Infantry. "Artillery fighting followed by Infantry engagements are being maintained with much spirit in the sector. "In Champagne northwest of Pros-ne- s, tho enoray after a violent bom- I. W. W. LEADER bardment nttempted a surprise attack which was turned to failure by HANGED BY MOB tho vigorous reply of our artlllery and Infantry fire. "There havo been active artillery exchanges 'on both banks vof the SAID TO HAVE. REFERRED TO U. - '.- Meuse." S. SOLDIERS AS SCABS IN' : , UNIFORM. Business Failures. For tho week ending July 19, 1917, and for corresponding weeks In preButte, Mont., Aug. 1. Frank Litvious years, business failures in tho tle, member of tha executive board of United States are reported by Brad-stree- tho Industrial Workers of the World as follows: Week ending and a leader In labor troubles In AriJuly 19, 1917. 241; July 12, 1917, zona, was taken from a lodging houses 2C8; July 12, 1916, 234. Weeks cor- early today by masked men and responding to this week 1915, 327; hanged to a railroad trestle on the 1914. 262; 1913, 254. outskirts of tho city. The body was cut down at 8 a. in. by the Chief of Police, Jerry Murphy, BOARD MEMBERS who identified It. Little, in a recent speech here, referred to United CAN NOT RESIGN States troops as "Uncle Sam's scabs Cerny-Hurtcbl- French Statement. essary." GIRLS TORTURED AND SLOT BY GERMANS London, July 31. A dispatch rey by the Wireless Press ceived from Amsterdam says: "The German authorities at Liege, Belgium, arrested, tried and sentenced to death within three days an influential Liege merchant named Groneret, his wife and thojr two daughters, 20 and 14 years old, on an unproved charge of espionage. "The father and mother wero both shot to death in the presence of heir daughters. The latter were offered their freedom If they revealed the names of their parents' accomplices. The girls refused, the eldest saying; If we speak wo might cause fifty people to be killed." We would rather die alone.' "She was Immediately shot. The youngest girl then was tortured, outraged and also shot." to-da- Weed In Philadelphia Public Ledger. GEN. H, G. OTIS DIES SUDDENLY PROMINENT SOLDIER AND VETERAN- EDITOR PASSES AWAY. Los Angles, Cal., August 1. Gen. , t's Harrison Gray Otis, president and general manager of the Los Angeles Times, died yesterday at the home of Harry Chandler. his The death of General Otis occured while he was at the breakfast table. Heart failure was said to have been son-in-la- - U. S. SHIPS PUT TO ROUT As adopted the resolution contains a provision that the States must bo asked to ratify the amendment within six years. The House, still must act on the resolution. Senators opposing the resolution were: Democrats Broussard, Culberson, , Gerry, Hardwlck, Hltchock, Hustling-Pomerene, James, Lewis Phelan, Reed and Underwood. Total 12. Brandegee, Calder, Republicans France, Lodge, Penrose, Wadsworth, Warren and Weeks. Total 8. Total against 20. Senator Beckham was In his element today when national prohibition passed the Senate. He not only on every amendment, voted bone-dr- y as well as the main issue, but he made a speech that contained a note of exultation over the triumph of the cuasex for which he has long: ' fought. ''If a dozen or moro years ago," said he, "any man had predicted such an event as this ho would have bee considered an Idle dreamer or poss Ibly a lunatic. No one can now stand, before an Intelligent audience and defend the existence of the saloon. That evil institution is now recognized as one without a saving grace, and as the-chief breeding place of human misfortune and tragedies. If, therefore, the saloon is bad, what good can there be tn tho distillery or the brewery, whose business it Is to manufacture supplies for the saloon. If the one Is abolished why should the other remain?" ' e, Majority In House Predicted. BY ENGAGED SUBMARINES, The proposed constitutional amendDESTROYERS, AMERICAN ment is the first initiated by Congress SHOW HEELS. since that providing for popular election of United States Senators, approved In ,1911. It Is the first time American Naval Base In British that either branch of Congress has WatersNJuly 31. American destroy- approved a constitutional amendment ers today reported having engaged A few years ago a. two submarines simultaneously six for prohibition. slmlllar resolution In the House remiles distant, causing both of them majority but failed of the to speed away and submerge without ceived a s. firing a shot typical of the behavior requlred Prohibition leaders of the House) destroyof submarines when they see now claim enough vote3 to Insure sub ers. to tho of an amendment One of the submarines had just mission States. When tho resolution can be sunk a steamer by gunfire; the second considered In tho House Is uncertain, was attacking a merchatman when but Its friends will seek early- - disthe destroyers opened fire. Tho sec- cussion. ond submarine, which Is described Tho Senate's action today came almost as long as a ns !i stiner-tvnefforts 'off and submerged after three days' debate. All destroyer, raced to amend tho resolution failed for tho at tho flrst shots, but the other, which addition of Senator Harding's amend had sunk the steamer, displayed unu ment fixing the six years' tlmo limit sual boldness, remaining up several threo-fourtof tho destroyer dropped within which minutes whllo the States must ratify tho amendment to shells around hor. ' It effective. This was approvOnly when a shell splashed with make ed, 56 to 23. in twentyflve yards of the submarine As adopted, tho resolution, which. did she submerge, according to the was submitted by Senator Sheppard, rew of the steamer who watched the of Texas, Democrat, would add the attack from a small boat close by following article to tho Federal Con and who later wero rescued by the stitution: destroyers brought here. The manufacture, sale, or trans A French tanker bound for Ameriportation of Intoxicating liquors with ca limped Into port today with a in, tho importation thereof Into, or thirty-foo- t hole In her bow as a re tho exportation from, tho United sult of a flght with a submarine. Tho States nnd all territory subject to the-tanker was twice attacked. In tho Jurlsdlctlon thereof, for beverage flrst. early In tho voyage, sho easily purposes, Is hereby prohibited. beat oft tho submarine and reached "This article shall be Inoperative a point 400 miles toward America. unloss It shall have been ratified as by another Sho was then uttacked an amendment to the Constitution submarine, tho shells of which, des- -, by tho Legislature of the several tankplte tho stout reslstanco of tho States, as provided In tho Constituer's gunners, shattered tho pilot tion, within six years from the date or house, smashing tho compass, and tho submission hereof to the States tore a gaping hole below tho water-lin- by tho Congress. . ' "Tho Congress shall havo power to Tho tanker began to settle, and tho enforco this article by appropriate crew abandoned tho ship, the sub- legislation." Tho crow marine disappearing. Altho most of tho debate ou tho rowed away In a rough sea, but later resolution had been porfuuetory, the surprised that the tanker did not usual scenes marking tho end of sink, returned to her and managed warmly contested fights were r3- without bearings, to bring her to Contluued on page four.) two-thirde. .4r Jt ' o. lrt- . ., j.'i.iuu gw? -- aj" ami toafotoairoft'iiiiiii DRAFT BOARDS GRAVE TASKS cluded as ln normal times. Since the great, but inconclusive, .!iniibaUlt of juUaml, on May 31, 19iC, "Another fundamental thodght Is jthe battleships and battle cruisers ,thU: 'Yon are not a court for the ad- - THIRD VKAR OF CONFLICT AND hare not bad a chance to show their rrovress, that should the submarine CE.V. CBOWDEK WARNS LOCAL juflIanl 0f dlflerences between two NO BIG NAVAL war fall the Germans will again leave You sre BOARDS OF ONEROUS BATTLE. 'their protecting harbors and try their DUTIES agents of the Gorernment engaged !ln selecting men for the Government fmlrht against the British. An even 'sreriU--r battle than the one oft Jut- iou, and there Is no controversy, are to FORCE SPENT i laa,! would be the rwult- for acli0 FATRNF?? WATCH-WOR- D "U4Vi,,arestIgate the Government, interests!DIVERS U. S. I'toUre Aid. each case In the 'of the Nation, and never in the in- American war ships may tako part It Is not .'"l Military Kxnert Declare Submarine ln this vast engagement. Kintlon Bodies Great Sacrifice. l permitted to state, where the AmeriHate Done Their Best and and Ieatli Hinge On Their Life v o. regulaUoas that ls put can battle fleet lies at this moment, Hate Failed. A"'00" there for the benefit of any Individual but America's word to assist her AlAll are there for the benefit of the lies with every means In her power '.Nation and to the end that the whole is &surance that our fourteen-lnc- h ., New York. July 25. On the sealr!fBV Washington,July 30. The gravity ' Nation may be a team ln which each hB raPlw1 .tnnM Art. of the task which faces members of man shall play the part for which the third year has not witnessed a,mJra, BeatlT., blg gnns whenever It single major engagement between big is conMdered advisable to put them local draft exemption boards is called he is best fitted, war ships, but the center of the stage j tncre Act On Affidavit. to their attention In Eolemn language, , .. ., "Therefore, no one has a vested , has been taken br submarine ooera-- i In a communication sent broadcast i .uuctru, lue atiitii; ui iuc iun:- t ana man" right, by aimsei: or oy attorneys, io j nous uuiireveuvmeu m me nisiorj oi ttD maln flect Jn ,ne xorth Sea is so by the war Department public tonight by Provost Marshal urge, by argument or pleading, his the world, on which the Germans ad-- ! pr0DaDie tnat rumors undoubtedly You mlttedly depended for victory. individual case upon you. Gen. Crowder. UtsrttJ by German agents of a great Adopting the famous American Ad- - jsea ,jiMer f0und ready credence "The selected man offers his life."! should rigidly exclude this. Ordln-- I pays Gen. Crower. "It will strength- - arily you should act on the affidavits. mlral Mahan's theqry that all great ,Drinc These unfounded storle en you to remember that for every if you desire more Information you wars are decided by sea. the German had u thal tbe UnUed States fleet exemption or discharge that is made may proceed to get it. If you doubt war leaders decided they could make;had raet the Gcrtaans been worsted for individual convenience, or to es- - the affidavits you may Interrogate up lor uck oi a decision on larni nr-- ,,v fnp fhp nst nar. nn lh hnl. If you desire more by cutting the water supply lines of tom of the ocean The reports stir cape personal loss of money or prop- -' other persons. Allies and forcing a victory thru red up sucn widespread uneasiness orty, or for favor or affection, some proof you may get It. But no claim-(th- e other man whose time would not ant has a right to submit other proof j starvation. among the masses of the people that Enough has been experienced of;a officiai denial was thought ad- otherwise have come, must Incur the than that called for by regulations) jthe submarine warfare, however, " ' visable. or than that you may call for. ritl: of losing his life." The boards are told they are not "There should be no rules like convince the Entente nations theyj The last year has teen many retain their vigor in spite of It. brushes lctv-cccourts to adjust differences between those of court procedure, no technlc-jca- n opposing liet forces "You, al rules of evidence. You should pro- - Falling hopes of success are plainly j Jn tne orth Sea in ont, spectacular two persons in controversy. acting for the Government." says the ceed to investigate cases about which 'perceptible In Berlin. engagement two destroyers locked. Submarine sinkings were numerous the British sailors communication, "are to investigate you are not satisfied exactly as you, pouring outo acordlng to ttieir opponents' each case ln the Interests of the Na- - as an Individual would proceed to, last summer, rising, craft and routing tion, and never In tbe Interests of the inform yourself of any fact about .German accounts, to 408,500 tons In them with cutlasses in the fashion of November and 439,500 tons in Janu- bygone centuries. Gen. Crowder closes which you are In doubt, Individual." with the declaration that the Nation "Last of all. It Is Important to say ary last. With the Inauguration of A British fleet ponnded the Gerneeds men quickly and the boards a word about your own sacrifice. The ruthless submarine warfare on Feb- man harbor of Zeebrugge to pieces will receive little praise and some place to which you have been called ruary 1, German speakers declared and,damaged the left end of the Teublame. "Your only reward." he said, is one which no man, would seek save tbe sinkings would climb to over a ton battle line resting on the North "must be the knowledge that at great in the performance of one of the million tons a month and would con- Sea. personal sacrifice you are rendering highest of patriotic duties, tinue to grow. Makes Entente Secure. your country an Indispensable service No Remuneration. Toll Fallinc The entry of the United States Into In a matter of the utmost moment.'' "There Is not, in any real sense. In stead of showing a regular and navy President Wilson tonight issued an any remuneration. Because thousands nlarmlne inrrpjsp. however, the list the war, with the third largest posl- ln the world, has rendered the i .. . . .. i.Ywiitlv order riireptlnz Government of MHrens nrired that members of ,,. ...,. 5 .,,. ,., .!01 sn,Ps sunK nas nsen ana Ial,en tion of the Entente nations much lw "" uu"us suuum "Ul u ""Irregularly and now shows signs of moro gocure on the sea British pat- ... v - .. linking to the rate of the period vv""" ' rols along tho Atlantic coast of North employes In the civil executive de- duties, for pay. the regulations Pro-,fpGenaaaj. an0unced she would and South America have mostly been , .. . jjarimt.-uis-euipuaoiug mc uigu ua- - Tiae mai, oruinariij , me i w .uu.. replaced by American boats, leaving Because it was tlonal Importance of carrying out "the he uncompensated. of British ships of jtne English craft free for work near- The number spirit of the selective service act and not desired that any man be prevent over 1.C00 tons announced sunk er home. The United States H of securing Its fullest effectiveness by ed from rendering the service by thel k,v Irom Mafch 4 was ag folIoW3. building 300 submarine chasers and , lg holding to military service all drafted necessity for earning his dally bread, j 13" 19 i0 3J 16 1S j an unstated, but undoubtedly large, men wno are noi ausoiuieiy mmspeii- - a smau remuneration was prouueu. ; , c A" , - -- , n- - 0. ir . ', c - "' "li 1'1 ' for the t number of t.blo" to department work. He says "The Nation needs men, and needs The submarines for a while had campaign against the oischarges should be reduced to "the them quickly. The hours will then e Allies distinctly worried. That On August 1, 191C, the first meruiinlmum number consistent with the be long and the work absorbing. The was in the two weeks of March, when chantman submarine, the Deutsch- maintenance of vital national inter- - duty is always to take and never to th,rty-e!gBritish ships ' !L ilanu' left Baltimore homeward bound. ests during the emergency war. igive. and human nature is such ther tons were acknowledg-.sh- 0 .., ,. rof orer reached Germany safely and then . I.,, 1JO lltwC .. mo -jw... n...u v.. .,., v....... t ed sunk u thls rato nad kept up made a second transatlantic trip It Ie earreUJy hoped, moreover. .The sacrifice of many of these whose ,Germanv mIght weU have won the this time to New London, Conn. The . order conclude, "that, acting la 'cases are to be decided Is no greater J of orced a draw Destruction entry of the United States Into the . . r- - IDBn a. tim a.,i bim. luc . iBn Ol u.e mcu ..u ait- lU "- - ; s00n fej, t0 ,ess than half this rate. war prevented a third trip. Meanpirimentai or. . iiiF, an citizens, hup ciae tnem; anu your oniy rewara however. while, a tlster ship, the Bremen, may be caller uton, as employer., must be the knowledge that, at great The change was due to the In- - seems to have met disaster on her ti"?."F Kefttfn'i ti r! thu recnlatlill'-i- . ricrsnn-i- l saprlflre. von are renrlerlnz ir. make nfn,un. for , f.e vnr ,nntr.- - an in,iiSnenBahle er- - creased proportion of merchantmen way here. .u kn Ano iuv bws ucharge of pe'roii? deemed to be m- - vice In a matter of the utmost mo-d'- -i laruivu, lu iuc wtt:aiiu ui defensive iby A spectacular feat was performed which the fighting submarine of slower craft, to better in- - ment." eatable to rational Industrial and offensive methods on the part came into Newport, It. I., on October terosts during th emergency will -. of the allied patrol and to the aid 7 last, stayed a few hours and then ,rc!?v the same an Chronic Constipation, operat put to sea. She sank five merchantfdupulour rn:itlcti, ti- the end i It is by no means an easy matter to of an American destroyer fleet in tbe men off Nantucket Lightship the next lng off tbe coast of Ireland and th-.Ijo no favored r cure this disease, but it can be done will tiDVd' to steamboat lanes between the United night, the passengers and crews bethe citina In most Instances by taking Chamber-cali3- d cswnrtcd Cju'j umo ing rescued by a fleet of American by law tc :Lp national '- .- Iain's Tablets and complying with the States and France. That the danger from the sub- destroyers. The Germans announced i plain printed directions that accomp- finbe" 3 had reached home in m marines Is definitely over can not be later the coramunlcar in, any each package. Gca. (.'roft'jw stated. Germany is feverishly build- safety. malloj t- - all i.'MtrU. m as folio's: The year was also signalized by the of Iming more and bigger "Ymi are cl'i'.uu on a dllf." It I'AKIIOT WINS ItECKUITS proved designs and her skippers arc sinking of several hospital ships unFKO.M STREET CUOWDS taisk th gr.ivlty of "Mch Is bevijbd Among becoming more skillful In their das- warned by tho Germans. anything fiat can ..e said In the t tardly work. A story that the latest these was the Brlttannlc, the largest You're a u realize the New York, July 30. at dUutssiou design calls for a 6,000 ton boat British vessel afloat, which was desof A'liat on arc to do, m d slacker." guns and forty troyed In tho Aegean November 21. . you knew tlat p?. r.fclblllty, hei'-!.;"You're a liar, and If you say that mounting many big announced that in tho any jou have v.wr again I'll knock the bloomin' head torpedo tubes may be dismissed as The Germans A".1m,'s. than fantastic, but the "submarine cruis future they would not warn any off your shoulders." facrd. h u'jom ;hu hospital ships except those sailing at Dialogue such as this right out er" is prouatiiy an important lacior 'War demands tru'Mdual sacri.l:e certain specified times and taking pre of the near future. to the common cause. No people loud on Broadway, naturally causes Meanwhile, American and other In- scribed routes. amazement. One of the parties In nvr.r apcroached w.i with tho Uussian On November 23 of tl..it sacrifice or p the affair 13 an Arizona blujacket. ventors are working literaly night dreadnought Imperatrltsa Maria was 'tv,i it and to :.ro-- s The party of the second part ty any- and day on means to detect and com lirm';r resiive to sunk by an Internal explosion and ei i t!t:iri1y.'!w.'S in : classified f r body that happens to resent being bat the submarine. The great Edison 200 lives were lost. drives his force of Inventors and his which It "h U called a slacker, Bervlce ln tho place The German cruiser Moowo niado a liwst serve tlio common good to ta'I j It came about In this way: Jack Is remarkable own brain eighteen hours successful raid in the South Atlantic. them. This calm determination could i ashore to win recruits for tho navy. a day, concentrating on tho most Im On January 17 It was learned she had Tho ho strolls up and down Broadway portant problem of his life. not exist were It not for the confi-IA- s ships and cauptured thinking submarines. sunk twenty-on- o ls Nation In Its Instltu-- j In tho theater district in the evenings world denco of the prisoners green Something startling should bo the three others. Fart of her tlons. In this public confidence ri perched on his shoulder is a she allowed to land at South Amcrl- result. found tho very hplrlt of a selective land golden parrot who also has st i f!nr. ...! h inn till u ttnrxt It Is dimcult to estimate bowman i.o.v uu van. prize WP law. Tho most sacred rlghtu listed In the causo for recrulllng, At 'many on board tho merchant tonage has been sunk of country homo and family are en- - a given signal from Jack, Folly wla,sho horseIf rcached Ger' tho war. Capt. Perslus, a leading J to local jtcreeches: "You'ro a slacker!" trusted for adjudication many safely. citizens and olliclals, nominated hyi Tho person thus accused stops ln German writer, declares the total Weal0Sl ,eal ol Btatq Governotfl and appointed by tho his tracks and thinking It was the amount of allied and neutral shipping I sea, however, was accomplished Tho most equltablo sailor who Insulted him, start3 to destroyed by the Teutons up to April ,"" tir.,. ......,.,., milium... rlitn war Hhe President. w MV, iMitlilnau rules thut could bo devised have been say what ho thinks when Polly pipes 1, last was C.C4 1,000 tons. This ls UJ brought tho United States Into tho proscribed for guidance, and the ad- - up: "Joined yet?" This ends It all. undoubtedly an extreme statement war as her enemy this spring. The and allied estimates are much smallinliilHtrutlon of these rules and tin! Americans Immediately started a vast er. your by Bad Cough? Feverish? Grlppy? Kacrlflco that ls offered program, which may Adding 000,000 tons ach for tho shipbuilding You need Dr. King's New Discovery nolghborH In entrusted to your hands. undo for Germany all thu work of SacrlllcM Dcniaiidcd. to stop that cold, tho soothing bal- - flvo months of ruthless warfar slnco tho "From every ono is demunded a sam Ingredients heal tho Irritated April 1, to I'erslus' estlmuto wo get sacrifice. But thoro is ono thought membranes, soothe tho soro throat, a total of about nine million flvo Sprains And Strains Believed. to be kopt ulwiiyH In your mind. The tho antiseptic qualities kill tho germ hundred thousand tons. This ls a Sloan'B Liniment quickly takes tho Tho Ger- selected man offers his llfu. There li and your cold Is quickly relieved. Dr. ery rough approximation. sprains, bruises no greater giving thnn this; and King's New Discovery has for 48 man Information must be Imperfect, j pain out of strains, a ciean, that thought should guide you al- - yuarn been tho standard remedy for because submarines often do their and all muscle soreness. qulck-ar- o may bo a few who will coughs and colds In thousands of work hurnledly and their commanders clear llqjld easily applied, It ways. Tliero they arc !ly penetrates without rubbing. Sloan's not exactly suro what urge upon you cIuIiiih for exemption homes. Get a bottlo y and have skin or or discharge Unit, whatever may he it hundy In your medicine chest for sinking. Moreover, the Germans can Liniment does not stain tho as to tho clog tho pores Uko mussy plasters or your Inclinations of Hjinpathy or uf- - coughs, colds, croup, grlppo and all not Imvo precise information For chronic rhoumatlc dofctructlon by mines, which has been olntraonts. lrcMoii, you will know ought nit (o bronchial affections, At your aches and pains, neuralgia, gout and large bo giiinted. It w H strengthen r i gist, 50c. n remOn tho allied sldo tho totals of lumbago havo this to romombor that for ovony exempFor tho pains of grlppo Hiuk.'npB aro not given out In such n edy handy. tion or dUchurgo thut Is mailo for Inform that a satisfactory calculation of and following strenuous work.lt gives dividual couvoiilenco, or to oscupo . At all druggists, 25 FOR FLETCHER'S Hie total can bo ma'e; but tho volu- quick roller. personal hm of money or propel ty, 2 ? me rf exports and 'Imports at Im- - cents. or alTccilou, some other or for luvor r man whose time would not otherwise have come must Incur the risk of loring his life. "There can be no room for heslta-- , tion in such a cue. U-BO- HOLD CT I PP I AIll l&I III 111 IV A jporur.t poInU shows that the Entente nations are carrying on almost as large a business, If war freight Is In- ( uinuL ill II AK, NOTICE! BUY YOUR n0t A.!". JAl? STRAW HAT FROM i j.j .,.. Hub Clothing Co. HARTFORD, KY. j.,, j Ssras;vv;vsv;sss; i'TF m !'-.- ! CTYOfflCBOSIOM via Louisville & Nashville Railroad Limit Round TtipTounit , Ftrri from Hartford at I, , tmif Reduced vx.Farts V-- u..- w.w., to many other cities and resorts v-- w... ,,., u.a .- r " .., .... .. - .,.-..- ,.,..., i- - l," .... In the East and A'ortA re ... ... ..,. 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The best results come through mutual countesy. the practice of canu""-nppri'-'latlo- The voice wilb the smile wins CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY Incorporated O. 1 ,.. F. RIDDLE, uch r-- In - "iiy ...-.- Monterey County Needs Good Farmers Notwlthstandltul tho fact that Montoroy produces millions of dollars worth of potatoes, sugar beets, apples, peaches, barloy, alfalfa, dairy products, llvo Block, etc., thoro Is much land that only needs farmers and sottltirs to nmko It moro Intensively productive This Is a rich coast county with n mild evon cllmato. YOU CAN SEE THIS COUNTItV WITHOUT LKAV1NO HOME Wo havo Issued a beautifully Illustrated bnoklot telling of Mon terey uounty, aim tno opportunities thoro for YOU. Soiul us ton t cents for this booklot and n snmplo copy ., MAXAGKIl, HAUTFOHD, KY. 444 to-da- tho ono Wg National Mugnxliio ment of tho West. Address, of Sunset Mngnzlno tolling of tho llfo ami itovelop- KAN FK.fcvTISrO 1 SUNSET MAGAZINE HEHVICI! IH'IUUU, o well-know- Children Cry CASTOR A CALLON THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN FOR FINE JOB PRINTING Jl w 5r j rif?K ntw '..irlMAnt rt tottrtlnrtmtD nt UIU TT.lfnj1 I i;giuiwui v. VII,lllt;Vl Ul lA UJIHUU States Army under command of Col. Charles H. McKlnstry." m 1 A. 8. AIRFLEET TO BEAT ENEMY tho French avlone came along. llullil Special Dcitroycrs. Tho first of theso was also two hundred horsepower; It mounted a thlrly-scvon KING SPENDS WEEK IN NAVY . millimeter quick-fire- r Strike Called Off. gun aimed by maneuvering tho wholo BKIM.KD AMlMUCW.V viui SEE WOULD WAU. hasti:n' i:xi ok Fl.initH German machines with a gun firing airship, and for a brief spell it was master of tho nlr. Then camo big VICTORY IN AIR Greatest Stride Ilao ltccn Mmlc In DevoUipeniont Of Air Craft llalllcrH. Vf " New York, July 2S. Aviation has ruaile vast progress In the third ytar ct llio w.r Tin- - Keen coinpetil'fi. In tho ertaJ struitMo lirt been lespu slblo off this remarkable advance. Various) types of nplnnes ha. 5 each otbc in quick S'lcccs-ioNo sooner has a new typo been designed than a faster piano has been built. Tho progress of aviation has emphasized more sharply tho absolute need of planes and dirigibles for tho army and navy. Time after time battles have been won and lost, concerted drives held hack or pushed ahead, because of the aeroplanes. Battles have been fought in altitudes ever rising to the present record of some 10,000 feet above the level of the sea and there has developed a dexterity in manipulating machines in the air such as but few men dreamed of a few years back. Early in the fall of 19 1C the race between tho Allies and Germany in tho air fight hecamo keener than ever. Experts speeded up their efforts to Improve existing types of planes with 'he result that old machines were Tolther sent back to the training camps or to tho Junk pile; more and nioro men were gamed In for training as uvlators, and factories were told to hustle as they never had before. This boom in aviation was further augmented by the entry of the United States In tho war. Factories capable of nroduc ng aeronlanes. but Keeping aloof because tho United States was not Involved, chnnged their position as might havo been expected, and prepared to turn out pianos by the hundred to aid in tho defeat of Germany. Se Victory In Air. It was the virtually unanimous opinion among military authorities that an influx of thousands of American aeroplanes with trained aviators along Jho western front would beat It was Germany without question. explained that they could raid tho German depots and munitions centers and cause such damage as to forco Germany to suo for peace. Tho Fokker was the first piano produced under the exigencies of tho war situation; It had high speed, and with it was Introduced tho Idea of firing bullets from a machlno gun thru tho propcllor of the machlno. Later tho Kokkers were niado useless by new Urltlsh machines, and tlieso wero inferior to new German types, and so on. All tho god points of tho war machines, combined with latest develope-mcnby foremost scientists and Inventors of all tho Powers, havo been mado over ever few months into a still ncwor type. Tho lntcst Gorman battleplanes nro known as "Two Tails" and "Hans and Fritz" huge tractor biplanes of 200 horsepower manned by two gunnem and a pilot. They worked with great succoss until n. U grapeshot, In addition to two machlno guns. They wore too fast for tho Avion to witch. Franco camo back with a special aeroplane destroyer "The Avion du Chasso" simply a racing aeroplane. So keen has becomo this competition thnt the number of casualties has depended, to a great extent, on tho Tho French placing of tho gun. brought down many of the enemy by mounting tho gun on top of tho piano The Germans, In their latest venture havo folowcd this lead nnd added to it a rifle that Is swivelleW so that they can shoot backward as well as to either sido. So fast has been tho race between tho contesting Powers that neither can get a .commanding position in the air. Superiority in numbers has but little connection with actual supremacy, because quality counts for bo much nnd tho standard Is raiser so rapidly. Hopo was entertained when America, first entered tho war that aerial aid from this country would sufllco to place such a larg number of planes on tho front as to cnablo tho raids on interior Germany to tako place. Stops were taken to rush an ap- nrnnrlntlnn thru finncress for more than $000,000,000. Factories wero surveyed for their ability to turn out flying machines and other somewhat hurried preparations were made. But the work seemed distressingly slow. Tho situation now appears gradually changing, and with aeronautical ex perts assisting tho Government and with all the money necessary to develop our air resources for a year at least, most observors believe the U. S. will in a few months or a year be a big factor In air warfare. Zeppelin raids on England continued for part of tho last year, then tho Germans seem to havo suddenly given them up on account of the heavy losses involved. Tho English fliers in their fast aeroplanes found It easy to bring down the bulky and comparatively low gas bags. Instead of dirigibles, tho Germans began to uso against London and other English centers large squadrons of their newest aeroplanes. These the Urltlsh found It difficult to catch and attack In force. On May 2G German bomliers killed persons In Dover and soventy-is- x of -- Chicago, July 30. The strike of switchmen belonging to the Broth-hoo- d of Railroad Trainmen, Involvllltf KNOMSH MAJK8TV HOLDS ing moro than 2,500 men In tho JXVKHTITUHH ABOARD Chicago switching district, which beHATTLESHIP. gan Saturday at C a. m., wns called off shortly before C o'clock this morning, after an conferLondon, July 28. Tho King re- ence between representatives of the cently spent a week with tho British involved. navy, much to tho delight of tho offThe men will return to work at icers nnd the men. His mnjesty ar- once. rived at an Important haso during a thunderstorm nnd his entire visit was Embargo ! Raised. attended thruout by tho sort of Mr. E. H. Bacon, of the Monon weather thnt has mado a long vigil railroad, received word this morning In tho North Sea an cxamplo of from tho Monon headquarters In without parallel. Chicago that tho embargo on freight Tho King held an Investiture, wit- in carload and less than carload lots nessed three or four marches and n through Chicago has been raised. It wholo day of gun practice, mean- has been Imposed because of the while making an exhaustive study of switchmen's strike. and tho latest typo of submarines sloops and visiting the Clear Your Skin in Spring. trawlers. means Spring houso cleaning The investiture being at sea and In cleaning inside and outside. Dull militho midst of naval rather than wintary uniforms, was unusually picture- pimply skin is an aftermath of inactivity. Flush your Intestines sque, and it was remarkablo also as ter out the first there has been on a ship for with a mild laxative and clean take, easy to many years, some say even a hund- the accumulated wastes, they do not gripe. Dr. King's New red. In other respects It was similyour complex-Io- n ar to tho investitures at Buckingham Life Pills will clear eye. Try Dr. and brighten your Palace. King's New Life Pills and Honors Read Out. off the sluggish winter shell. Commander Sir Charles Cust, Nav- throw 2 25c. al A. B. C, read out the honors and At druggists, the names of tho recipients; MaJ. Lord Cromer, equerry, handed the on a velvet U. S. TRANSPORT IS King the decorations cushion, and his majesty affixed them RAMMED AT ANCHOR either over the neck or to the breasts of those whom he had chosen to disall-nig- ht mine-sweepiht 'J ice? itajj Kpt Contcntsl5luidDrachiTvj i GASTORIA For Infants and Children. rfrSSSSi liinTiiiitTniril ' IMS !r Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria j JVLGOHOI.-- 3 TEH CENT. ' AVeiielabfclYcparationforAs-gsimilotSnftlheroodlorBc&iU- It UniMlicStanaAsaMlOjrcKcf 1 Mineral. yoTXAncoxic jitcptafotiDeSAxarnms Jhunplnx Sen fLUtSMt, ThcrctylVomounSDiScstoi ChccrfuincssandRcstCofltato neither Opiam,Morpnuic. Always Bears the Signature of X (V m' M,V In PatfUdSgar )&tnynrMbnir ltfffc-c, h'omSd . ( H w TV &; .. A,fnfIRcmC(h'for Constipation widDiarrtioca. Use For Over andFcvcriihncssand. rMSJnilcS4nato?t rc:r"rPsSS?&:&' ZC . Rntmittvfrcffljnl!1!! M j ZQ.U, St?S. 'T J ft" m fiffl XiffiCnNTACTGOHMl Thirty Years NEWIiss iiiiiiiyil 'Fl CASTORIA THC CBNTAUII COMPANY. Exact Copy of Wrapper. NtW YOMK CtTV, tinguish. When rear Admiral Hugh Evan Thomas, of the Fifth Squadron, came forawrd to be knighted, Prince Albert very gracefully placed the hassock for him to kneel upon, and Admiral Beatty's sword, at his own par ticular request, was used by the King to confer the accolade. Among those who had not been prepared for this striking compliment from the Commander-in-chief to the man who gave him such Invaluable help at the battle of Jutland there was something Beatty, of a thrill when Admiral standing by tho King's side, drew his sword and held it In readiness. King Shakes Hands. His majesty shook hands with all tho recipients of hondrs and to thoso who came from the lower deck ho addressed a few words as well.The g crows, more especially who tho Dogger Bank flshermen, when they tok to their Industrial sea life little imagined Into what strange adventures and dangers it would lead them,were greatly delighted by the King's long visit to their vessels. His hour in the latest of tho British submarines was tho most interesting in the wholo visit, but it was the one of which tho least may be said. No harm, however, and perhaps some good, can be dono by stating tho fact that In the latest typo more provision is made for the comfort of the submarine crews than ever before, and in the officers' quarters there is even the luxury of a "bathroom. mine-sweepin- HOLE KNOCKED IX SARATOGA BY THE STEAMSHIP PANAMA. An Atlantic Port, July 30. The American transport Saratoga, at anchor waiting sailing orders was raman inbound med by the Panama, The American steamship here transport headed toward the beach in a sinking condition. Meanwhile thoso on board were safely taken off in lifeboat's or by tugs and oUier craft In tho harbor, which responded to distress signals. So far as Is known no one was Into-da- y. Starck Pianos 3TE?3y8; No Money in Advance Satisfaction Gnar anteed LowestNet Fact Prices Terms y Eaoisai A $200FacFrom Folkestone On June 13 the greatest air raid London had experienced took place. A squadron of Teuton tilers killed 153 persons and wounded 430, largely women and children. t'arrles Four fiuns. Germany sent over a new typo of giant size called the Gotha to raid London July 7. Each of these onormous mechanical birds mounted four guns. They were so largo that, flying over the metropolis at 13,000 feet altitude-- , the populace thought thorn unusually low and daring. The result of tho rnld was 43 killed, 107 Tho principal object of theso latter seems to havo been to draw British air forces from the west front, where they aro superior to tho Germans, for tho defense of tho capital. Tho rightly tnat there would bo a storm of demand on the part, of Londoners for better nlr defenses. Evory great battle on land now sees a second battlo In tho air above. Tho British officially announced that an engagement between nlr froces July 12 on .tho west front was "tho most severo experience since tho commencement of tho war." As a result thirty German and nine British machines wero brought down. . injured. A deep hole in the tranport's port quarter extending from below the water line to tho rail resulted from The captain of tho tho collision. steamer which did the damage held tho bow of his ship tight against the transport, effectually blocking tho wound. In this position he kept his vessel until all on board tho transport were taken off. Moro than a dozen vessels, including an American cruiser, were In tho rescuing fleet. A number of them surounded the transport after the other steamship drew away and supported her until she reached shallow waters two miles distant. Tho Saratoga Is a former Ward Line steamer. The Panama belongs to tho Panama railroad steamship line. m jured. Saving of SlOO to tory Direct -- P. A. STAflCK PRESIDENT We will ship you a beautiful Starck Piano for 30 days' free trial, In your home. No cash payment required. All we ask Is that you will play upon, uso not the and test this piano for 30 days. If, at the end of that time, you do you nnd Itever have highest grade, sweetest toned and nnest piano In every way. that we will, in that seen for the money, you are at perfec liberty to send It back, and good wlttt you, event, pay the freight both ways. T. to Starck Piano must make wrv-Ci- ffl or there Is no sale. 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Tho soothing pine balsams loosen the phlegm, heals tho irritated membrane, tho glycer-In- o relieves the tender tissues, you breathe easier and coughing ceases. Don't neglect a lingering cough, it Dr. Bell's is dangerous. Is antiseptic and pleasant to take, benefits jjoung and old, get it at your druggist Formula on 2 bottle. 25c. Pine-Tar-Hon- ey Pine-Tar-Houto-da- Anyone Who Has' Used It. There are families who always aim to keep a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic Diarrhoea Remedy in tho house for uso in case it Is needed, and find that It Is not only a good investment but saves them no end of suffering. As to its reliability, ask anyone who has m used It. KEREXSKY IS OFF FOR FROXT AGAIN 30. Promler Petrograd, July Kerensky has again started for tho front. His destination Is army head-- 1 quarters, where ho will hold a conference with the commanders on tho various fronts nnd also with Generals Aloxieff, Ruzsky and Gurke and former War Minister Gutchkoff. At the conference it will be decided whether M. Kerensky will retain his portfolio of War Minister. former comAdmiral Kolchak, mander of tho Black Sea fleet, is mentioned in connection with the Ministry of Marine, a post also held by M. Kerensky. Wholesale Executions. London, July 30. Tho correspondent of tho Times at Russian Southwest Headquarters, after describing tho desertions and panic of tho Russian trops, says Gen. Komll-oft'- s measures against Indiscipline havo been approved and that ho 13 executing deserters by tho wholesale. .k 50 Free Muslo We bave constantly on hand a targe number of slightly used pianos of all and second-han- d standard makes taken In ex change for new Starck Pianos The follow, and Player-Pianoing are a few tample bargains i . Starck t Alalia Mayar-Hai- Ussons Weber Steinway Chickering Kimball T every purchaser of Starck Piano, wo give fre music lessons, la one 61 the best known schools la Chicago. These lessons you ran take la your own home, by mall. 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I was in a very nervous condition, with headaches nrvl Dili ii work. at that IIHrnll iJBufili deal of tho time so was unilt to do my A asked mo to try uvula is. I'mKnama a trood 1 irienu Com- - Summer Complaint. During tho hot weather of tho summer months somo member of almost pvory family is'llkely to bo troubled with an unnatural looseness of the bowels, and it is of the greatest im portance that this be treated promptly which can only bo done when tho me- dlcino is kept at hand. Mrs. F. F. Scott, Scottsvllle, N. Y., states, "I Colic nnd first used Chamberlain's Diarrhoea Remedy ns much as flvo years ago. At that timo I had a se vere attack of summer complaint and was suffering intense pain.' One dose relieved mo. 'Other members of my family havo slnco used It with like m results. July 29. Nothing is as persistence when a Want To Be man really wants to help Undo Sam "Can tho Kaiser." Llko tho young ato his Brooklynlto who recently way. Into tho naval militia, F.v J. Fltzpartlck,, rojected thirteen times by tho nrmy and navy, Marine Corps nnd National Guard, for physlclal unfitness, has finally exercised himself into the first battalion of tho Signal Corps. Immediately nfter being accepted ho was plnced on oxhlblt In the midday minuto meeting for recruiting in Chambers Street. KlXfl GEORGE IXSPECTS U. S. REGIMENT OK EXGIXEERS London, July 30. King Georgo, accompanied by Queen 'Mary and Princess Mary, went by motor to tho inspected tho Borden Camp and American troops quartored at tho outlying camps. His Majecty wns dollghtod with tho soldlorly appear- unco of tho men. A court circular Issued from tho royal pavilion at At- -, dershot says: "Tho King, accompanied by tho Queen, Princess Mary and Field 'Marshal tho Duke of Connaught, drove to tho American camp at Dor-- I den this morning and inspected tho I t k Owns Millions In U. S. nound. which I did. nnd It has helped mo in every way. I Potrograd, July 20. Tho comnm not nearly so nervous, no nrajBura mission appointed, by tho provisional or pain. I must say that Lydia L. Russian government to Investigate rinkham'a Vcfjotablo Compound is tho tfio privato fortune of tho deposed Lest remedy any sick woman can take. Mrs. Margaket Qmnn, Rear 259 Czar has ascertained that the Worthen St., Lowell, Mass. during the last ten or fifteen years Otherworning symptoms oro a senso to tho of suffocation, hot Hashes, headaches, bought American securities backaches, dread of Impending evil, value of many millions of dollars. timidity. Bounds in the ears, pa pitation is said to havo InTho of tho heart, sparks before tho oyof, vested $50,000,000,000 in the Pennvariable irregularities, constipation, Railroad, $10,000,000 in tho appetite, weakness, inquietude, and sylvania Now York Intorborough Rapid TrandrzixiC8!3 If you need special advice, write to sit Company, $5,000,000 in tho Baltitho Lydla E. Pinkham Medicluu Co. more and Ohio Railroad. confidential). Lynn, Jltss, or Vnrratablo You can be a success, and a big success, if you have 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 yestorday. We prepare you for the position that are waiting for the prepared man or woman. School 'in session tho entire year. Pupils may enter at any time and receive proper classification. Children Cry FLETCHER'S CA3TO R A FOR I hwo B Business Opportunities. WANTED Party with $1,000.00 to tako nctlvo part in a permanent buslnoss which will net you $2500.00 annually. Address rC F. Mfg., Co , u Building, Louis301 ville, Ky. Intcr-Southon- is id (Incorporated) vbminmEim OWENSBORO. KY. V'V- -i. ft ts sW, imU OUR PROFIT-SHARIN- G SALE ! j- IS BOOMING No Lack of Interest Along Any Line ! Our customers know we mean just what we say in our ads. and more too, and are quick and anxious to i j take advantage of our offerings. We want to get in more new customers during this sale. We know if you get a good taste of our merchandise and our methods, you will soon become a regular customer. But there is one thing certain, you can afford standpoint. There is nothing that you can buy now that you to attend this sale strictly from a pocket-boo- k won't save at leat 25 per cent. on. per yard, and all Cotton fabrics must follow the lead. American Calicoes, wholesale, 12 You can't waste any time looking after merchandise you need now nor even next year. l-- 2c v E. L slae. W. S. TINSLEY, Editor & lXis. Mgr. Address al communications Che Hartford Republican. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS to P. for rejoicing. BARNES i h ery time we BROTHER, Kentucky. will also be additional launches ott the lake Other new trails are being ccn- -- .. -- v tU nuuuin iiiatcK on me rim. and the rim road for automobilesIs progressing. m Beaver Dam, are getting These a lesson ia the hard school of ex- '" i perience. - Hartford Republican. accordis? to law at toe Poitotflce Earticrd, Ky. a. mall matter o! tfce itcccd l "XM; STRAY STREAKS. turn around. NATION-WID- E iturtd (By Fluke McFluke.) abacriber dwlrlsg the payer w?nt to a new ddrvw moat glee the old addrt- - la making the nqBMt. lice and 5c BoilnvM Localii and Notice 10c per line lor each additional insertion. Obit aa rim, Resolutions and Card of TainksJJc Use. money In adeunce. , Cfcurxb Notice for ertlce bat other idvertieement. Sc per Use. will recelre ao xnonjmou coininanfcatloce rr tttstloa Cvm1:s:lai..... Fit 1 - -- . L so 3 DAY, JULY U7 6 There s many a slip twlxt n"- o clock - - P'.hm"tn lndlcate- Poor old China, like Mexico, can't get her name on the front page more than once or twice in each month. Will it be a bonnet or Just a stilt katle. the Republicans will shie into the ring for Superintendent of School tomorrow? 't marines One fellow says wipe the Sub- off the ocean, how can you with so much water In the way? They won't come ashore. With coal at or near S cents at the mines, we see nothing to prevent the Uarrons from permanently retiring after the war is over. Only slight scattering damage was sustained by the heavy rain fall of last Thursday evening, and crops as .. i a wnoie, are oetter tnruout uaio county, than for a number of years, , ....... ., ...,. , ti.. o.i a - ... . -- drys in Congress have cost this coun- try Just about as much as all or the n plotters and spies put together. Let's interne the whole .!,.... i.... UII11LTII-i. UJUUU11U1: i lro-Grma- Some of the Russians drunk with Imaginary freedom, since the over- throw of one despot, Nicholus, by their fuilure to Ugkt invite a calamity of a charaeter. perhaps. When 3alsr B'lll voluntarily gives any por- tloa of Russia freedom lt, will be grvr an Agrlcul- ' Lee Simmcrman swears by all the tural Chautauua will be held at Ma-- : (Continued from page one.) "We admire the courage, but pity tanzas, and every farmer who can powers in Coon Hollow, that, on his way up town to the show the other the judgment of some poor fellow possibly do so, should attend this meeting. Scientific, or rather sensl-- i night he caught the master Bull who may challenge the right of enacted today. Brief, spirited speeches under a limit, were made ble farminsr. is the only kind that of frog of the whole Rough River val- some, whom we know, to vote to crowded galleries, with the Senate ten pays. This meeting is for your. ley. Lee says the aforesaid frog was sweltering in one of the hottest sumgood, Mr. Farmer. There is also at least two feet from tip to tip and pounds. mer days. something good for the women on weighed no less than Yar the Controlling Force. the program. Mr. Browder, County Opponent- Vote Yes. Tremendous recent earnings of Agent, deserves much credit for seOn the final roll-ca- ll Mr. John Thomas says that the the United States Steel Corporation several Sencuring the able array of splendid tal- woodpeckers have everlastingly made and its present well nigh impregnable ators said to oppose prohibition voted ent to instruct and entertain at this, sieves of the smoke stacks of Capt. financial position should not be per- - for tie resolution, desiring they said, a real Farmers' Chautauqua. J. W. Ford and Ed. Lem & Co. Dr. mitted to wink out of sight the fact to have the wet and dry battle trans-ththe corporation's present year ferred from the national capital to PIrtle on learning of this Inroad of Before we appear again, the the destructive pests, volunteered to was 1914, when it earned not even a 'the States and to prevent prohibition will have been an event of the put rubber lips on that portion of the full dividend for Its preferred stock . propaganda from impeding other past. It Is presumed that the great said birds with which they do their and nothing at all for the common. matters before Congress. majority of the candidates have made pecking, provided they were brought A sharp contest was precipitated That year, It will be remembered, a fairly thorough" canvass of the to his office witnessed the completion of a twelve- over Senator Harding's amendment county, and of course rather anxious- month of the Democratic Tariff law. to limit time for State action, but It ly await the battle of the ballots, all Aug. 2, '17: Ernest BirUhead is That year also witnessed the be- was supported by both wets and drys. but a very few must lose. We hope going to Owensboro today and .along ginning of the European war, with Senator Borah urged a time limit of ntiil trust that, from thp verv creat nhniit rt nVln-- t I'm mhiw ot nhniit the unexplained business which it ten days, but his amendment wa3 renumber asplrjng t0 the various po-- a dimes worth of lcmberger. or llm-- a' brought us. The war has continued jected. 61 to 19. An amendment by Senator Stone sltlons. the very best amongst thelberger. (don't know how you spell a controlling force In American com whole lot may be chosen on tomor-'it- ) The Dem- requiring the Government to make but at any rate between us two, mercial developement. row to bear the battle and carry the j we are going to have an old fashion ocratic Tariff, perforce has been set compensation for losses to liquor mber the ed Dutch lunch, with Blrk doing the aside. banner t0 vlct?ry on manufacturers ln carrying tho propsixth, next. While we may have our major portion In the Yellowbanks. But It is still on the statute books osed article into effect was defeated, preferences, and do as a matter of and when the war Is over there will 50 to 31. He insisted the provision course ,in most cases, yet me cuoico Hot? Gee whiz, a fellow's B. V. be mote years for the- steel cor- would be but Justice to the large Inthe party shall be oar choice, their D's. feel like 12 ounce flannel and It poration like 1914, unless that law terests affected and Senator Williams fight shall be our fight and in the It was't for the majesty of the law I is changed. And not for that only, said contrary action would be "robvictory of the nominees, whoever they would even discard those things. but also for all American industries. bery." Albany (N. Y.) Journal. may be we hope to do our share, tho ' mm Crater Lake Development. My wife said she had always heard it may be little, In some manner Crater Lake, deepest, bluest and NOTICE. we trust that we will be able to con- - you could feed two as cheap as one, For the purpose of doing Justice most marvelous rimmed and colored tribute our mite. And so, let each but after I had gnawed the corn off and every mother's son, candidate of the 5th cob the other day she low- - both to the United States and to the lake In the wide world, will be made in tomorrow's primary resolve within ed as how she would hate like blazes drafted men who are legally entitled more accessible to visitors this seas-- ! himself, tho he may taste defeat, to feed a double team such as me. to exemption, I will prepare, free of on than ever before. The new Nasomething about havine me charge, such affidavits as are proper tional Park Service has taken hold of that It can't be said when the Novem-!sal- d ' Der election shall have past, and be-- 1 sheared up and putting me on the and necessary, for any one who ap- its development ln earnest and tlw ' first result is a fast daily automobile come history, that his ODnonent. the mnrVnt whlln thv were hleh TVnmlnr plies to me for this service. service from the railroad, station at A. D. KIRK. one successful on August the 4th, what she meant? Medford. Ores., up the picturesque uf ,ho thnt T nnPSHPl, Attorney at Law, Rogue River Valley, to the inn on the ,n uo other Hartford, Ky. can one succeed( by Silas Stevens and Joe Bellamy just ,,p,pn,Pl, are wondering whether It would be edge of the rim. mofhni, mw nth mi-Another practical improvement b Moonlight Picnic. candlUate ever succeHl. Fuithful- -' either of them, or just a common ness to a trust Is the supreme trial Smith, or merely a Wedding, or per- Miss Agnes ,WIHIams entertained the building of a flue trail on an easy of the most of us. He who remains hans only a Martin, or maybe Just a a large number of her friends Frl- - grade from the top of the volcanic picnic rim down to the edge, of the water. truo under normal condltlon3 de- Cook, we wero going to have In day evening at a moon-ligserve3 r9ward and ls more than apt the County Judge's office during the given in honor of Miss Bessie Jam-agi- n The former trail made the descent of La., and Miss a thousand feet exceedingly brief In to recelvo lt somewhere a,0e the next four years, and then Birks of Roanoke, duration; but the coming back was Jurne5r' be u ln Plltlc business Tichenor was heard to remark, we Grace Shults of Shultztown. Those invited assembled on the a feat that taxed the sturdiest lungs, ur umerwisB. L.ei uuu u sihkiq, nary, wniney loser oe luunu wiuuu wide veranda and parlor and aftor Many visitors did not see the won-th- o enjoyment of much good music ders of the lake from the launches Primarily speaking, wo guess along the ranks of those who fall out on tomorrow. about this time next week we won't tho crowd adjourned to the base ball on Its surface because of the exhaust-groun- d, n which was beautifully light- - Ing climb back to the fnn. The new have 40 or SO tallows putting that 8 Traces of radium have been dls horse power grip on our good right ed by numerous Japanese lanterns trail makes a detour among several covered In the interior of Madagascar claw and at the ame time landing where these young people merrily highly scenic spots and reaches the aad a company formed to exploit on our left rheumayc shoulder with played and sung until the, wee small waterside through a gentler and more beautiful canyon than the old. There ev- - hours of the morning. I a regular Jack Johon punch, the deposits. On August 6, 7 and S, It's so tarnation hot this week that even the Devil has laid down on the column we dedicated to his truthful pen last week. PASSES SENATE I - MARRIAGE MCKXSK ISSUED SIXCK OUIt LAST REPORT- - te - at Annie Dale Balrd, Buford. Romle Taylor, Whilesvlllo. to-- . Mamie Chapman, R. 6, Hartford. Ell M. Bennett. R. 5. Hartford, to Letha A. Ward, II. 5, Hartford. OHIe Humble. R. l, Narrows, to Amby Stldum. Narrows. Arthur McDanlel. Roslne. to Maria Craig, Roslne. J.Vl. Shultz, R. 4, Beaver Dam, to Kitty Berryman, Rochester. Ernest Martin, Echols, to Pearl' Willett, Simmons. Coleman B. Cundlff, Buford. to ' WAR Hartford. Ky., July 31, 1917. Editor Hartford Republican: Will you please publish tho fact that I will on application, prepare, without charge, tho proper affidavit or paper the war draft. J. S. GLENN. Attorney. July 31. HA LI) KXOll. A largo crowd IK.KT. for any who claim exemptions from - ,,,., w from this place attended the singing convention at Prentiss last Sunday. U was es timated that thero were about 1,500 present and seven choirs, which mado good music and closed with the National hymn, "America." Tho next convention will be at Montzolllo, tho fifth Sunday In September. There will also be one at Rosluo on tho same date. ' Mr. and Mrs. Charllu Loach, of Horton, spent last week with Mr. Charlie Smith and family. Little Miss Ruth Wulluco spent Sunday with Little Miss Ireno ,,,, ww DKiaY IN Ol'HMNd 01' NATIONAL (iUAUD OAMPH' Washington, Aug. I. Delays in preparing national guard umbllza-tlo- n camps, tho War Department an-- , nounced today, will postpone their opening about two weeks. Pa ht soi-.jia- y. I DR. Temple Masonic J. H. THORPE , And Fitting EAR, THROAT, NOSE 6 Glasses OWENSBORO. KY. -- fHVrs Wi intH&H - --rv ., iMumi ,M &y. -- fK ... 4V J i $1.00 LADIES' WAISTS-S1- .O0 i a j & f i i i i J Llttlo Miss Thelma, daughter of Mrs. Wallaco and daughter will reMr. nnd Mrs. L. P. Bennett, of near turn to their homo In Louisville, on Beda, is spending tho week with her next Monday. granfathcr, Mr. W. O. Bennett. Try the Ohio County Bottling Mrs. C. O. Hunter nnd Misses Hpt-tl- o Works for Soda Water and Parfay and Ruth Rlloy, left yesterday for tho World's finest soft drink. Orders Dawson Springs where they will re- delivered and bottles taken up at your door. Special attention given rush main for ten days or two weeks. for Picnic's nnd Ice Cream of junk, orders WANTED All kind Suppers. hides, wool, feathers and roots. The-OhlCounty Bottling Works, D. L. D. SANDEFUR, PARKS & KINO, Prop's. Beaver Dam, Ky. Gtf nna Laura Mlssc3 Emlllno and-AENTERS Jngoe, of Owensboro, returned to DAMAGED SPAMS!! HARBOR their homo yesterday after visiting Mrs. P. B. Taylor two or three days. Corunna, Spain, July 31. Tho Dr. and Mrs. B. F. Zimmerman, German submarine U anchorspent. Sunday and ed In tho ahrhor hero lato yesterday. of Louisville, Monday here, guests of the families Slio entered the roadstead with only of Mrs. W. H. Taylor and Wm. her periscopo emerging from the o 3, t A i If You Are Hunting for Hosiery Economy 1 Phoenix Pure Thread i I Silk Hose will end your search. It will fill all of your expecta- - JI tions of what a good silk hose should do. It's soft, lustrious beauty gives an appearance of elegance. Its j; soft pure silk gives a rare degree of comfort and the V, best quality of materials gives it an ironclad durability that makes them True Economy Hose. Fair. t Misses Mary Warren Collins nnd Martha Carolyne Pate have returned .from a two weeks visit to friends and 0 relatives In Whltesvlllo and Owens boro. - Mrs. Annie Berryman, who resides about 4 miles west of town, is making an extended visit to relatives In Jef- fersonvlllc, Ind Louisville and C Our special sale of Ladies' Shirt Waists SatKy. urday was a great success. We have left Mr. Arthur Petty, after spending several days here, has returned to out of our one hundred a limited quantiMr. Petty his homo in Henderson. ty, so to close the entire lot out this week has accepted a place with tho L. H. we are going to give you the advantage of & St. L. Railway Co. C for remainder of the week, Mr. Morgan Patterson, of Olaton, the 1.50 Waist, 0 was in town last Monday. Mr. Patat $1.00. Remember, they come in Voiles, C terson went to Lexington Tuesday & Organdies, both plain and fancies. All to visit his son, who is ode of Uncle Sam's boys stationed there. neatly made and trimmed, actually worth Mr. Loney Hoover, who was for$1.50. on the market to-da- y merly connected with the Ohio Coun3 ty Bottling Works, has located In Elizabethtown, where be will in the bottling business. Prof. Henry Leach and son, Hlnton, An examination of these beautiful waists returned Sunday from an extended means a sale. visit to relatives at Bowie, Tex. They also visited many points ot Interest goods to A complete line of J while in the Lone Star State. I J. C. Her has purchased the restauyou comfortable. Don't forget this, make rant next door to Liken's meat martrade at home, and with a house that ket, formerly operated by Joo Tate. saves you money. Edward Likens has accepted a place In tho restaurant with Mr. Her. Eyes tested, glasses and frame3 49 fitted and guaranteed, and we stay 4) here all the time. 49 J. B. TAPPAN, 49 Jeweler and Optican. 3t4 49 When you make that sorghum, 49 don't forget that we have a full line 49 of syrup buckets that can be bought 49 at reasonable prices. ACTON BROS. Gt2 Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Allison, of Ind., are spending the week Mr. Joseph Foster ond wife,, of. Ky., visited relatives hero visiting relatives In Hartford and Repton, vicinity. Mrs. Allison Is a grandand Beaver Dam last week. daughter of Mrs. Josephine Park, of JL'Lr 27 FRIDAY Mr. J. F. Allen, of Fordsvllle, who place. is with tho firm of Bond Bros., was this Misses Dorothy Taylor, ot Owens., H. & ST. L. R. R. TUBE TABLE. in town on business Wednesday. boro, and Elizabeth Smith, of Ada'lr-vlll- e, We carry a regular line of reNo. 113 due at Ellmltch 8:32 p. m. who have been, the guests of No. 110 duo at Ellmltch 7:30 o. m. pairs for McCormlck and Deerlng Miss Mattye Duke for the past severBRO. W. E. ELLIS No. 112 Lv. Ellmltch ... 8:40 p.m. Mowers. al days, will return to their homes Ar. Irvlngton ... 6:35 p.m. G. S. Holbrook quallnedas adminfirst of the coming week. Lt. Irvlngton ... C:5G p.m. istrator of the estate of Fannie M. Private 'Dewey L. Alford, of ComAr. LouUvlllo . 7:40 p.m. Holbrook, deceased, on August 1st. pany H, 3rd Kentucky Infantry, was Ho. Lt. Loul6vllle ... 8:SG a.m. LIME We now have on hand an parents, Mr. and Ar. Irvlngton ...10:06 a. m. nmplo supply of barrel Lime. Call on ,home, visiting his Mrs. Andrew Alford, of Rosino, this Lt. Irvlngton ...10:40 a.m. Mt. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. week. Private Alford was In Hart1:04 p. m. Ar. Ellmltch Mr. Fred Robertson, ofOwensboro, ford Wednesday seeing old friends. M., n. & E. R. R. TIME TABLE. Is spending a. few days' with his parLittle Miss Catherine Hampton, of Bouth Bound, No. 116 ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Robert- the Widows and Orphans Home, ..8:45 a. m. Due at Hartford son. Louisville, of the Kentucky Christian Bound, No. 114 North Rev. J. C. Petrle and Mrs. Petrle, Churches, who is being educated by 5:55 p. m. Due at Hartford Elkton, are visiting tho family of the Loyal Women's Class of the Chris(Both "Mixed Trains.) Judgo J. E. Foglo and other friends, tian Church, Hartford, Is spending a hero. month here with friends. Rev. S.ETllarlnn has been engagMr. and Mrs. TrlmbloWndleton, of ed in a revival meeting at the Chris- Kuttawa, who ore visiting the family Personal News tian church, of Cromwell, during tho of Dr. and Mrs. E. B. Pendleton, of week. this place, had an addition to their and Social Euents, Misses Mary and Ethel Barnard of family on last Monday, the little Llvermore, visited Mrs. P. B. Taylor fellow weighed 1xfi pounds, but at from Monday until Thursday of this this time lias not been named. week. Tho Fourth Quarterly Conference See Eck Rial for Kindling Wood. Mesdames Minnie Wedding, C. M. of the Hartford charge, M. E. Church Riley, went to South, will bo held at Goshen Seo ACTONDROS., for your Bale Barnett and R. R. afternoon at 2 o'clock. Rev. J. BtS Owensboro yesterday on a shopping Tire. T. Rushing will preach at that place expedition. Seo Hartford Mill Co., for Lime, morning at 11 o'clock and Mrs. W. Bcrncs Brost, of Owens- Saturday 11 a. m. riaeter and Cement. boro, Is spending the week with her at Hartford Sunday at In need of McCormlck Mowers, Wells, of Fordsvllle, was In parents, Dr. E. B. Pendleton and Mrs. Elijah If Hay Rakes, Osborn Dlse Harrows, town on business yesterday. Pendleton. Buggies, W. A. Basham was appointed and Binder Twhie, F. A. Amos Mrs. K."l)Twalker has accepted a ot the es-- ! Harness, Road Wagons, Machine Repost olllce. qualified as administrator position In the local uu c, tato of S. L. Basham, deceased, on I pairs, TURNIP 8EKI) may be had by July LUTHER CHINN, tho 28th & BIIO. calling on W. E. ELLIS Beaver Dam, Ky. Misses Elizabeth Moore and, Leila Mrs. S. F. Riley andson, Jack, left IjOST Lawyers Docket Book. $2 Glenn roturned yesterday from a Vernon, Ind., where WOODWARD & KIRK. Reward. week's vlBlt to Miss Gorln Flener, of Sunday for North they will spend a few days with Mrs. W. E. Ellis & Bro., have the little near Cromwell. Riley's daughter, Mrs. Geo. Leeds. "Whlppoorwlll peas for lato sowing. Mrs. U. S." Carson and little sons, From there they will go to Steuben-vlllMiss NorfiloBlack visited relative! Joseph and William, roturned Mon Ohio, to visit Mrs. W. Fred In Beaver Dam a few days recent- day from a visit of a few days to Anderson and Setu and Hardin Riley, relatives In Dundee. ly. also daughter and sons of Mrs. B. E. lllrkhead made Mr. T. B. Potrlo of Brazil, Ind., is Riley. Postmaster y to expected to arrive hero n business trip to Owensboro yestor-daImrtford wns eary depopulated xamuy n jom ma ""uv1(m la8t Sunday. A number attend. .. SISAL Binder Twine whllo it lasts, J. E. Foglo and family. tho oh)o Cmmty Baptist S. 3 Mr. W. G. Bennett and'dnughtcr, Convention at Bells Run, others tho IS cents per pound, at W. E. Ellis & Miss Esther, spent tho past week vis- singing convention at Sulphur Springs .Bro. cltyT Is on the iting tho fumlly of Mr. nnd Mrs. L. and still others tho singing conven Mr. W.Urilennett, 5. tion at Prentiss. Each of tho gath nick list. Mr. Bennett has innlarlal U. Tichoiior, on Route Mrs llnwnii Ilnllirnnk nnd Mra. J. i orlnir wnrn roi)ortcd as bcillir larEO- trouble. . noro ycsieruay lorqy attended Mr. J. Alien Anderson and family, II. Murpltrco ion Springs. They will uo au- little Mrs. J. II. Wallaco and of Owensboro, spent Sunday hero the Diamond sont for about ten days. dnnchter. Nonlo Boone, who had been guosts of relatives. daughters. 'visiting her aunt, Mrs. F. L. Foils Mra. Wm, Hall and ' W. E. Kills & Urn., huvo three left, MUsea Eileen ami una waru, visueu ror a tow tiays, weni io ureuuviuo xDecrlng Mowers and Rakes family of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. last Monday for a few days visit with which will cloco them out for the tho , uer parents, air. anu jurs. u. v. nun, Benuett, several nays recently. right. o, water. Tho submarine had been seriously damaged, but the commander and crew refused to tell the cause of the accident. The underwater boat anchored beside the German interned ship Belgrano. is The German submarine U 3 of tho coastal type. She was built is 118 feet long and carin 1915-1ries a crew of twenty men. They Have Kept The Quality Up in Phoenix. We Are Showing Full Assortments for Men And Women. Women's Silk Lisle Hose, with double garter top, seamless, double heel, sole and toe, black, pair 55c. , Women's pure Tram Silk Hose, with lisle garter top, seamless, double heel, sole and toe, black and white, pair 80c. Women's Hose,; pure thread Jap tram silk, with all improvements, black, white, $1.05. . full-fashioned full-fashion- ed Restaurant for Sale. Restaurant and all fixtures for sale best location In town, Circuit Court and the Big Ohio County Fair coming on, buy now and get ready. J. C. ILER, Hartford, Ky. EXPLORER RETURNS AFTER QUEST OF LOST PARTY Quebec, July 31. Capt. Joseph E. Bernler the veteran Artie explorer wfio started on an expedition in July, last year, to attempt to rescue Vilh-Jalm- vOur Special Price hot-weather $1 en-ga- ur &ZZ,$Gb Stefanssen, who was reported lost In the Artie regions, is returning on his ship, the Guide, according to reports reaching here today from tho North shore of the St. Lawrence. Capt. Bernler was sent out in July a year ago by the Canadian Geological Survey specifically to make sur veys and explore for new land, but intended also to lobk for Stefanssen. Last reports were that Stefanssen, who left Victoria, B. C, in June 1313, purposed to pass last winter at Winter Harbor, Melville Island. Phoenix Sox for Men. d Tram Silk, 'black, white and colors, per pair 55c. Double knit, for long wear, black, tan, navy, gray, per pair 55c. Pure-threa- SwWWWWWWWWWWCWWOT Hartford Republican. Ill - ... " u o, y. vit ...., ... .. reason, l'rlces Dr. Riley Commissioned. r Dr. Riley has been appointed and commissioned in the Medical Reservo Corps, U. S. Army, with rank of First Dr. Riley does not Lieutenant. know, or 'have any idea as to What particular Unit he will be Identified with, but Uris presumed he will b sailed for Porto Rico. He said they called at about the same time, per- NOTICE OF CONTRACT came back from Porto Rico, went to, haps with those who will answer tho Covington and then went north, refirst call under the draft now In FOR BRIDGE. turning to Frankfort, where they es- -. process. tabllshed headquarters. May Holland, Frankfort, said MajNotice is hereby given by the unTasses, Dr. Ford ors visited her several times In June Dr. E. W. Ford has received offi dersigned committee that on Thurs- and July, and that he told her he waa cial notice that ho passed the ex day, August 9, 1917. and about the acting as an orderly sergeant to an amlnatlon which he recently under hour of 1 o'clock p. m.. at the court army Captain. ' went for appointment to the Medical house in Hartford, Ohio county, Ky., Officers Reserve Corps, U. S. Army. contract for the construction of a Farmers Chautauqua. . Dr. Ford will be commissioned span bridge wijl be, let to the lowest In the beautiful grovo at Mantan-za- s within a short time and will likely and best bidder, the bridge to be conon the Pt. Pleasant road, Ohio bo called for active duty at an early structed across the public ditch on e county.NSurrounded by a date. This" is the second of Hart Owensboro and Leitchfield road, or ford's physicians we are more than the road known as the Fordsville progressive and prosperous people, ' certain to lose, as Dr. Riley has al and Whitesville road at Coleman we will hold a real Summer Farmers bridge and not far from the lands of Chautauqua, three splendid days ready been commissioned Wednesday, m .M. F. Reynolds and Foster Reynolds; Monday, Tuesday and . the bridge to be of steel span and August C, 7 and 8, beginning at 9:30 Hottest Since 1873. . Albany. N. V., July 31. Residents concrete abutments; the plans and each day. We will have sorao of the best of tho city found no relief today from specifications of same piepared by the hottest night since the Weather the Department of Public Roads of Agricultural men and women In tho Bureau was first established in 1873 Kentucky, are on file in the office of State with us at this meeting and it Tho lowest the mercury dropped dur John B. Wilson, Judge of the Ohio will bo interesting all the way ing the early monrnlng hours was 83, County Couit, Hartford, Ky., and through to old and young. Every 's noon also on file in the office of the Com- one Is Invited to come. which sot the recprd. Some of the noted speakers we temperature was 94 degrees officially, missioner of Public Roads, Frankfort, 96 yesterday noon, and a Kyi, to which plans and specifications will have on this occasion are Dr. against maximum of 99.4 yesterday after- reference is hereby made for a more Fred Mutchler, Supt. Extension Work will speak on Miss noon, but humidity of C3 today, more specific description of said biidgc. Bidders will be required to submit Mary E. Sweeney, Homo Economics; than offset" tho slight drop. scaled bids, give bond with good and M. O. Hughes, Ass't Supt. Extension, approved security for tho faithful Farm Management and Alfalfa; Prof. CIuiiikcs At Camp Stanley. Lexington, Ky., July 31. Iiieut. performance of their contract of con- T. R. Bryant, Animal Husbandry; Prof. N. R. R. Elliot, Horticulture; Company B, struction and right is reserved to Cecil B. Armstrong, J. E. Grtdor, Homo Dairy and Butter any and all bids. Roglment, received notice that Third Making; Prof. W. D. .Nichols, ComHartford, Ky., July 24, 1917. ho has been detailed as Acting Quar A. S. Chaplin, mercial Dairying; JOHN B. WILSON, termaster of tho Kentucky brigade Poultry; B. a. Nelson, Boys' Club BEN W. TAYLOR, at Camp Stanley, following tho re Wrork, and others from a distance beB. F. RICE. moval of Quartermaster Jackson Mor sides some homo talent. 30-t- 2 Committee. ris to Hattlesburg. This meeting Is free to everyone. Lieut. D4ilol E. Showalter, Second And wo hopo you will como and camp SPY SUSPECT IIKL1) Regiment, has been apoplnted TO U. 8. GRAND JURY bring your wholo family and spend inspector. the whole time each day. You can States Lieut. R. A, Hill, United Lexington, Ky., Aug. 1. George bring your lunch or get a lunch at Army, who has been conducting examinations here for the Officers' Re- Majors, alleged German spy, who wbb the lunch counter very reasonable. serve, has gone to Jackson to open arrested at Paris and brought to tho Come and enjoy three big days and go home hotter fitted for tho duties folan olfico for a similar purpose. Hill Lexington Jail for lowing an attempt to escape from tho of life. Mautanzas welcomes you. received notice Just prior to his of his elevation to a Cap- Paris Jail, was hold to tho Federal 102 Degrees In Cleveland. , Grand Jury today after a preliminary taincy. Cleveland, O., July 31. Weather m examination before United States Commissioner S. S. Yantis. His bond officials said today no relief from MOBILE PLANT TO TURN g heat OUT 18 SHIPS FOR U. S. was fixed at $1,000 which ho wa3 Cleveland's uuablo to givo. Tho technical charge wave can como before Wednesday against him is impersonating a U. night. Tho Government kiosk on Mobllo, Ala., July 31. Tho Construction Company, of S. soldier, ho having been uniformed tho public square at noon today registered 102 degrees. Fourteon deaths Chicago, will begin building a big as an infantryman when arrested. Majors told of his meeting with tho and a scoro of prostrations from tho plnnt In Mobllo now Capt. Cutts, for whom ho heat aro tho toll so far ot tho heat within a weok and will construct eighteen composlto steel and wood was working, and claimed that he had wave. ships for tho United States Shipping formerly lived in Harrison County, What Of It? Board Fleet. According to President this State. Ho said ho was rojocted Wife: "Tho paper says that niW. L. Kelly, tho now Industry will for enlistment at Fort Thomas. He employ about 1,000 men. Tho first said ho signed some papers furnished trates aro higher." Hub: What do wo caro. Wo never vessel Is expected to bo launched by the Captain and that, they went to Newport 'Nows, Va., whenco they tolegraph anywhere." January 1. o Carson JUNG zstcoje5o:'x:d Si : Co. I Hartford, Ky. t wlde-a-wak- To-day- ic-je- ct safe-keepin- g, record-breakin- Kelly-Atchlns- shlp-bulldl- -- tfoftaAWiu fbsmm'Kr JK Farm Department Home Storage. (Irish potatoes.) Irish potatoes can be stored In jilts, root cellars, or above-grounwarehouses. frost-prostorago Small quantities, or oven carload lot3 of potatoes arc often placed In pits in the field when other storage facilities are not available. Immature potatoes can not be successfully stored for any considerable period even In the of storages, and should never be pitted or burled. Well matured tubers of either early or late sorts, if sound and In a dormant condition upon the advent of freezing weather in the autumn, may bo kept until required for table use of for planting by pitting, storing In potato cellars, of which there are many designs, or frost-probuildin above-grounings. The commercial storage of Irish potatoes Is discussed in Farmers' Bulletin S47, Potato Storage and Storage Houses. i. d, d, of HOOVER'S PLANS Washington, July 2D. A hint of 'In a cltr where food hottlt tho elllciency methods that will ho Philadelphia, Pa., July 20. For (bound, tne Powhatan headt the Int. Introduced into tho handling of weeks Mrs. Joseph Qulnlan In tt tar. nf ll Tt (!. stuffs by Herbert Hoover's food or- - had been mystified by tho dlsappear- countrymen. ganlzatlon, when Congress finally gets nnco of numerous articles from her MMVWMMHMAM thru mulling over tho food control household. She changed servants bill and gives Hoover somo authority (half a dozen times, but tho articles, to net, is shown in plans already such as silver spoons and pieces of worked out for taking caro of the household hardware, continued tn great potato crop. be missed. Recently her husband Next to cereals, potatoes will bo HI and was sent to tho PhilaAmerlcn's biggest crop. And next to delphia Hospital where they removed A round of Honey. TneTownatan it refined, When you cat a spoonful of honey wheat, potatoes aro most needed for tho following articles: Jt excelanil tetttuL' Thirty-fou- r lent lixatufi on rennrlani teaspoons. you have very little idea as to the export to our allies and to our own silver 18th ami II Streets, Avenue, One alcohol cigar lighter and chain makei it a desirable hcadquar-ttr- a amount of work and travel necess- Boldlors In France. touritt lor Jridal cou1c Last spring everybody was abjur Ono padlock. ary to produce it. To make a pound fartica, cunventtont, Schoole anj colleges. ; Twelve screen door hooks. of clover honey, bees must take the ed to plant potatoes, potatoes, pota-- "the rowhatan" attract! "".the One glass medicine dropper. thousand clov- toesl Back yards and front yards nectar from sixty-tw- o people of culture anj education, Six nails. its pretimity to State, War and er blossoms; and to do this requires and vacant lots all over the country Kavv Departments, also to manf Thirty-si- x carpet tacks. Sweet Potatoes. two million seven hundred and fifty wero turned Into potato patches. Tho Interest, of historical makes thir hotel cutcially at be thousand visits 'to the blossoms by result Is unless other than normal should potatoes Sweet Thirteen metal buttons. tractive to a discrimXiating- pubmethods of handling the crop arc ' Six safety pins. thoroughly matured before harvest- the bees. lic. The Powhatan oiler rooms ing, dug while the ground is dry, Forty pieces printers' type. In other words, In order to collect provided a very large part of It will -'with detached bath at II. SO. Thirty-tw- o carefully handled, and thoroughly enough nectar to make ono pound of go to waste, altho every potato Is coins. 12.00 and up. Hooms wit private bath. Ji.JO. W.00 and up. by holding them at a tempera- honey, a bee must go from hive to needed. cured Four souvenir medals. Cnle for tooVlet with rnip Already in tho' big early potato secNineteen screws (assorted sizes.) ture of SO to to So J for a week or flower and back again two million CLIFFORD M. LEWIS. harvesting. After this seven hundred and fifty thousand tions of Virginia and Eastern Maryforty-seve- n 10 days after Two hundred nnd Maniirtf-if- they should be stored in a place times. Then, when you think how land thousands of bushels are being P" temperature remains In far these bees somtimes fly in search left to rot in tho ground because local where the Disordered nerves wero respon ilUlillMijiillili '!.); Mil)ilil the neighborhood of 55 F. Such a of these clover fields, often one or markets are glutted and transporta- sible. Mr. Quintan confessed he was location is usually near the furnace two miles distant from tho hive, you tion can not bo secured to outside unable to overcomo his nppctito when tempted, for instance, in a cellar, or near the furnace chim will begin to get a small idea of the markets. by a nice ney on the second floor of the house number of miles one of tho indust Had tho food bill been passed by nlckle-plate- d screen door hook. THE Thorn Is Uttln merit in wraDnlnc rious little creatures must travel In July l, this enormous waste could m SEWING Lost In The Flood. in paper or burying them in j order tnat you may nave a p0Und of have been avblded. Hoover expects them Onyx My wife burst Into a flood MACHINE to bo able to check it within a very sand. Sweet potatoes are stored in honey, OF of tears tho other night. outdoor pits or banks, but this metn-o- d short time after It is enacted. QUALITY Bronx Did she cause any trouble? As soon as the bill becomes a law, is not to be recommended except Can Surplus Fowl Hut Use Jars and Onyx I should say so. Swept tho food administration will prowhere no other facilities are availCans Wisely. away $4S for a new hat tho flrst torable. Sweet potatoes stored in pits Don't have an empty preserving vide storago facilities in every center NOT are not as good in quality as those Jar In your home next fall. of potato production and will buy at rent. Chaparral. SOLD For further instored In houses. g con- good price any surplus growers may Reserve regular He Knew Her. UNDER formation on storing sweet potatoes tainers for canning foods. not be able to place Immediately on ANY Mrs. Gabble I met Mr. Brown toBulletin 54S. write for Farmers' Concentrate products so that each the market, or for which they can not day while I was shopping. OTHER NAME. Jar or can will hold as much food get transportation Her Husband That so! What did Onions. From these stocks the Government and as little water as possible. you have to say? Boston Transcript. beOnions should be well matured Put up Jams, Jellies and preserves will be able to equalize supply In all WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. fore harvesting, and should be al- in d glasses sealed with big cities, removing any excuse for The Disturbing Agent. If you purchiuo thoNKW 1IOMK you will belowed to become thoroughly dry Pack inflated prices due to local manipula cork or paper and paraffin. "My por man have you over been have n life nsct at the prlco you pay, nud, wIU fore being stored. They may be put fruit Juices in ordinary bottles. tion or shortage. In cases where a pinched by poverty?" cot have an end Ion chain of repairs. v up in baskets, crates, or bags, and Don't can anything that can be particular market is glutted, with "No, mum; not as often as I has nlaced in a cool dry place. The attic kept Just as well dried or In other consequent danger of loss to grower Quality beon by tho cops." stftlloi ftT -. IS Unln. tltnn ilin Mnlmntnfl ueuei man mc Dry avy formSi matur0 Lima or of wastage, the Government will Considered storing onions. Temperatures slight-- . bgans fflr w,ntw take up tho surplus and 'thereby "Well, my good man, you certainly In- it u the ly below the freezing point do not seem to bo out of luck?" produce ,n your n ,otg of stabilize both supply and price. Immediately on passage of the law jure tnem, proviueu uitry are uui cabbage, potatoes, and root crops Cheapest "Yes, and money." moved or handled while frozen. The that can be kept for winter without steps will be taken to equip a number in the end commercial storago of onions Is brief canning. U. S. Department of of large dehydrating or evaporating Bulletin ly discussed in Farmers' to buy. plants for potatoes. Excess stocks of 354. potatoes will be put thru these plants rou want a ecwlnc ninchluc, wrlto for If as rapidly as possible, relieving tho Our latest catalogue before you purcluue. One need not fear to caution or Beans, Peas, and Other Dried Proon storage space and pro Tbe New Home Serine Haclcna Co., Orange, Mass. reprimand cruel drivers a cruel demand ducts. viding a potato product for export driver is too COWARDLY to do a Such vegetables as may be kept in which will save millions of tons of being personal injury. tho dry state should be grown to as human shipping. great an extent as possible. Various per Potatoes contain eighty-fiv- e Remember that WATER is tho cent water. With this water taken kinds of beans, including Lima beans, should be allowed to dry on the vines. first great need of animals, especially out, the potato requires less shipping I Lima beans should be gathered as In hot weather. space, weighs less and will keep InF" HUME f V finitely better. Out of each 1,000 tons of potatoes nize and grasp the benefits derived Many thousands of MORE U. 8. TROOPS through the medium of publicity In for export to France wo will first rewomen suffering from placing their names on gates and move S50 tons of water. Only IGO womanly trouble, have been benefited by the use LAND IN FRANCE riit:ui)ces to their farms I am call- totns of vessel space will be required of Cardul, the woman's In every instead of 1,000 tons, and the S50 ing upon the tonic, according to letters to tons of water can bo put back In eouni; in this Commonwealth we receive, similar to this oleaie have a board or sign jtalnicsl, ngaln when the potatoes aro preparGREAT ENTHUSIASM SHOWN RV ono from Mrs. Z. V. Spell,. givltig tho namo .if the owner of each ed for eating in France. AMERICANS UPON THEIR of Hayne, N. C. "I could loso These dehydrated potatoes fnrm, also tho rente of the .'arm, it not stand on my feet, and DISEMBARKATION. nono of their nutritious or edible a:no tears such, and post in a just suffered terribly,"' GUAHANTKEI) SKKVICK qualities in tho process. place, on tho gate or pose she says. "As my sufOno hundred per cent potatoes, of which the South Sweet at ti.e entranco to the farm. Thi. fering was so great, and value. Special work for W. promises a great harvest, will bo he had tried oilier remeA European Port, July 29. An- will require but little effort and O. W. liad us dies, Da upon the part of each land- - handled in tho same way. Many oth American contingent has safely other W. F. STEVENS, get Cardul. . . I began' owm: and the benefits derived er vegetable crops may bo preserved arrived and disembarked. U. F. D. 7. Hartford, Ky. Improving, end it cured The American troops arrived by thro'igh such simple and incxr.onslve similarly. Representing Continental me. I know, and my All that is lacking to start the Hermit neihcds of publicity can not be over the same steamer whereon Marblo & Granlto Co. doctor knows, what Carwhoels of Hoover's big food regulatRoosevelt, his wife and child traveled, tniated. jr" -- -dul did for me, for my ing machine Is a final vote by Cong'" MAT S. COIfN. axWhen tenders went alongside tho nerves and health were ress. Till that comes high prices and vessel Friday tho men were In high Commissioner of Agriculture about gone." waste will continue. m spirits and frequently shouted: "Aro we downhearted?" Which was anScholarship. Husiness swered with a roaring "no" given We have for sale, a scholarship, STANDARD OIL CO. HEAD FOUND SHOT TO DEATH good for a complete course In either with b'rat enthusiasm. , Representatives of tho General Bookkeeping and Accounting or Oakland, Cal., July 30. D. G. Staff watched the disembarkation. Stenographers Courso in tho Owens-bor- o JEv . 5 president and director of tho Business & Industrial College. Thre was no civic demonstration. Only a few spectators knew of the For particulars apply at Republican California Standard Oil Company, y with a bullet landing. Theso cheored and the office. tf was found dead wound In lifs tomplo and a revolver troops cheered back. Tho men enby his side. Ho had been ill somo trained quickly and left for their TRAPPED RV FOREST tlmo. quarters. A signal company re- -; new IIRK, FIFTY KILLED She writes further: "I inained at tho port for somo hours am in splendid health . . . wero the only representan. C, July 31. Fifty men Nelson, and those can do my work. I feel I tives of the contingent which tho pub- nre reported today to have been trap-re- d FOR FLETCHER'S J? rP roa want to rrtyed owe it to Cardul, for.I was in mo joy ruun,riiiow In a dlsastorous forest flro which lic saw. & in dreadful condition." U new In Imilocti and Indn what m try, In Invention and ecltne. swept over tho Elk Lumber CompIf you arc nervous, runGet out of tho rut) ret on the ilrlaf Una. Flesh Colored. any's plant at Spruco Creok, twelve Itatlier Plainly Put. down and weak, or suffer A fat old colored woman entered miles east of here. Last report; taitl from headache, backache, "What Is your definition, Miss Mabtho drug store and looked around that four bodies had been recovered el, of a manly man?" ho asked. etc., every month, try uncertainly. and that tho fire was still burning Miss Mabel looked at him coldly. Cardul. Thousands of "Has you all got any paper an' en- fiercely last night. No estimate could Tho clock struck 11. Sho hid a the mott Intrrntlnr and oierul mtf aijne. and women praise this mediIliO UlfCtl WUIlCjr WUIUI. UTCfjr IUUUUI borduhs?" bo made of tho timber loss. velopes with cine for the good it has yawn behind her hand, and said. 300 Picture! 300 Article you wishot "Was it mournlng-papo- r done them, and many "My definition of a manly mnn, Mr. all for only 13 cents. All the new Idem and To Rnlso Coal Sunk In IHH.I. ed?" Inquired tho clerk. physicians who have used Skinner, Is a chap who doesn't stay Iioru id ricciricny aim wircieu, in lotillei and aeroDlanei. in ahODwork and successfully with "You'b struct It, dlsactly! Rut I Stockholm, July 28. Impelled by on and on Just because ho knows tho Cardul lu farming, and In machinery. ilesrtinomliored tho namo. Gib mo a tho presont high prlco of coal, a girl Isn't strong enough to throw their women patients, for How to mala tlilnn at home, WpajttttTcry iftry houaea, mouth, Including rcfriceratore, wrecking company has stnrtod work him out." box of it, If you please, sail." years, endorse thta medifurniture, aatomohllo ihop repair, etc It mcarrs o lu an effort to recover a cargo of cine. Think what Ii roll of tterxaTlnf at It written (n plain LnaUth for man and Mew. boya. tons of coal that has lain at tho MOTIinil STOI.K TO AID to be in splendid health, I'iii'iiH'is Attention. Copy $1.50 a Year 15 Cent a Give SpeiL 1 CUXT IJAIUKS; FINKD like Kits. Since tho inauguration of the bottom of tho Grout Bolt, a mile Get It from a newidealer or write' direct tn Cardul a trial. "Good Roads" movwnont in Ken- - north of Nyborg, for thrlty-fou- r fonular Science Monthly, in Fourth Ate N'.Y, CTJI7C TMrlatnrntilrenadZc.i(aiiy many i years. Tho cargo was that of tho 30. Tho lowest Now York, July tucky and tlu construction of rnCCi i,t iitue aa4 wallaa Ilia Hftt. ! .. ' TA r nn,lil 1(1 11... 1. nn nl.n wuii'ii ,,.. I.. 1 OOQ All on IN It... 01 uiu mum juuiiB iii jiniuiivii, nii'uuiur uuriut, ...l.fl. euiut in lono, flno lu tho history of tho Brooklyn 3X3 this State has boon qulto a hnvon for It is believed that nearly n thousand Fodoral Court was Imposed by Judgo Chntflcld In tho caso of Mrs. Purcell, tourJiti, coming from almost every tons can bo recovered. Samples Cull on Tho Republican for Fine in the Union, and since many 'covered show tho coal to bo undnmag-o- t on trial for forging n.pons!on voucher by Its long Immersion. Job Printing. our farmers have failed to reog-e- d that had como to her home In tho food-jgcvep- al io . - they mature, and placed in a warm, dry place until dry enough to shell. Navy beans and kidney beans are usually harvested when n maximum of pods open and tho vines cured like hay, after which thoy are threshed or in the shelled. Peas aro handled same way as navy beans. After the beans and peas are threshed or shelled they should be placed in bags and hung in some dry place, such as n closet or attic. Dried corn, dried npples, peaches, apricots, raspberries, etc., may be stored in the same manner. All dried products should be protected against insects, rodents and dirt. first namo of her mother after her parent had died. Sho took tho money, she told Mio Judge, for her babies, for they had FOR FOOD CONTROL no food. When tho flno of one cent was Imposed sho was unable to pay jit. Attaches of tho court not only ox EXPERT'S hnnded over tho cent necessary to look-i- n ORGANIZATION KOR COX keep her from Jail but made up n good sized purso for her. SHKVIXO b'L'I'l'LIKS. IHUSIIAXI) SWALLOWS HKIt SILVKK SPOONS I:x,oroaii33a..l HOTEL POWHATAN .WASHINGTON, Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KY. Will proctlco hla profession In IhU and adjoining counties. Commercial and Criminal Practlco a Specialty. JL D.C. It OFAMERICAN IDEALS 0.ETAYL0R.C.E Beaver Dam, Ky. Highway and Drainage ' Design. DR. 0. E. HART f VETERINARY SURGEON REAVER DASI, KY. Office Jiuiics Try lor's Livery Darn. m, rm mtniuuirtruu on (AiMiuuiiiy. "id TRADEMARKS lrvoiptlj tM.n.J inv .t.wuua paTiNI THAT rAT aarii.MU.ni llerwuliuj.at I KkI trtlL for FRCt rtfort K Trur rrvUnk SUR PAqaiNO, RtrtrCNCCB. rorfrMUoUt into, fin iToniAbi llu.Ml wnt. la aurrtM. siM, abulelp jou loikMch jKjloor S B03B0a Sevonth Street, vvMstniNUTora, o. c. NEW . tight-sealin- HOME mlf GERMINAL REMEDY HKA VlaaaBaBaBaBW A WILL YOU TAKE OUR lBat W rvrt. forTnatnini WEAKSl LUNGS - or CONSUMPTION A quick relict for that tired, run down fetllnr. coushi, palm In chrtt. nlsht twrati. hrmor-rhacr- i, lunga or coniumptloo. It It dota-do- I wr-i- k help yoe II coate yan aolhial. g Lock, oox OtO' OHIO MEDICAL GO. COLUMBUS o wide-necke- FOR ONE MONTH J- uu.u i .- ad Health About Gone Bp) 300 IPOPULAEMCBANICS iVSAGAZINB ARTICLES-300 ILLUSTRATIONS lsnd-owne- rs -- e POPULAR MECHANICS MAGAZINE munifjn HVtnu, bnibABO .1 .iiuiK. nniuni me jionut, Amauur MKhmlti (17 for tho Pom i If I rl.--WIIO ntz:.---- . llkni.nnnknlhln. (, l.l.n.Hh..Luu .nJ i. -- . "".i. v ':::: i.nginrii, iioai -. nnow -.i v1 ,""iiii ..t'urnltnro. vvniii'V "". .UW Jrwrlrr. Ibwl etc. ( Vict. In. trnctlon.IortlniMocljaalc,CmiH'rDlMrt.mnUi fl.SO PER YEAR SINOLC COPIES, lie Oi1 irm Yw mtJmlf m 1rm IM ..MIMMc. Stmpla C4vr wUI b Mnt on ngvnt. Written So You Can Understand Itl PJf"r,.'!',,, an.l '"""I cnut.ln. ft?...i. rtn ,...k '":-- :. i...nHK . u M, .i.iL: ::' .. m. ITJEP .Informed of the World's ProCTejs rn Lncinrering. Mechanics nnd Invention. For rather nnd San nnrt All fhn Vnmiiv i An.i. i. . .. . t.iiiiu .unRuiim- m wiout.na. or i u unB- Men ana women. IiomM thrnuihout tl. orM Our t'vrrtm trninJiiunreror.tntlyonltimtc5 " for tlilDti new run! lutorwilnn anj It l. !ri ' .. ... -- ".: 4ft -- i-- TAKE Sco-flel- d, Get on theFirintfLine Kj IKILLthbOOUGLHI U...M m...w n iu piicarwrtjacaKsixiivsirazj illinir s,gnc inii Dina.s." a.uu WITH lew D lie Woman's Tonic Trial Coi'Je FrJe UND AIL THH0AT AND LUNGTflOUBLE t! 9 tnnnuicL, kOl.DS ilsesray price.. Kft.. A, 1 ?. fc CA aUAJaANIHED SATISiVAOXOKTS TtZXMCJ SIONEX KEIUK.OED. Children Cry CASTO Rl A d Popular Science .Montnly PROCUnCOAriDDCrCtlDCD..Bn'l"!rl.l Gr4.lirfurt.tu.lurriKitKaicutuiJf"icr."1. tluj4 OblAln rvlvkxi, ImjW coiirnirrita, uta, ft Ituslnns itiritlKltk U'aiUgton tul in to 1 all couNTnics. HU'I.U. IUAil,l fm,1 I flesh-colore- d t Ptt'iit mi hiring erntr.l Practice Excl Jtlvely. i i or conio to u at LUatli Strut, star UnltM BUIm ratut 0S, I WA3HUnGTON. D.C. .r 1,-2- iDoney-maktn- 1&d 'A A A nir.K Druggists to t, D OSITION B QOOO Vonr " Secured OP 1L?0.U '"H0 tho Irnu(lion 1'adttcb, lij. Hnn.u t, !P!i nl. t&SSl&iZn .1 ia. .t'.-it- . xt4. " i "' Vi -- VKtrnr -.- WAR COST SO FAR 41 1 Wagons! Wagons! w agons: huv vnn should nxaniino our hand made farm wagons. Thoy run lighter, aro made of the vory be3t matonal and last far longer tliau any machine made wagon you can buy no matter what price you pay. We also do all lands of Blacksmithing and Repairing, especially the hard jobs the other fellow "Rnfnrn vnu $80,000,000,000 VAST SUM EXPENDED TO DATE ON MILITARY OPERATIONS 1JL UELLIGEKENTS. Interior, entiled "Wasatch fossils in Fort Union beds of tho Powder River basin, Wyoming," by Carroll Wegemann. Most of the broad nrca In northern Wyoming that lies between tho Black Hills, the Bighorn Mountains, and tho Laramlo Mountains Is underlain by Tertiary rocks, which contain tho principal coal ueds of the region and have usually been assigned to the Fort Union formation. The highest of theso rocks are oxposed near tho center ot tho basin where Coryp-hodo- n in Pumpkin Buttes, teeth were recently found in tho upper 1,000 feet of beds that had previously been called Fort Union. But Coryphodon is a large mammal that is found only In the Wasatch formation, a later division of the Tertiary system. On tho evidence of the teeth, therefore, tho conclusion is reached that at least 1,000 feet ot rocks In tho Powder River basin are of Wasatch age, and other evidence Indicates that an additional thickness ot 1,400 feet of underlying beds may also be of Wasatch age. A brief discussion of all the rocks above the marine Cretaceous Is given in the paper, which may bo obtained on application to the Director, U. S. Geological Survey, Washington, D. C. ppMggawtajsBpsjBggwsaBRisjy mi .tmKmmiMs.j,..i).,n,kvi.',m)i:nih,.)ma can't do. We also make a specialty of Hoiseshoetng and earnestly solicit your patronage in this line. Respectfully yours, A. B. Row & Son Centertowii, Ky. t Thirty-fiv- e Eighty billNow York, July 30. ion dollars la the direct money coat, ot to tho belligerent governments three years of tho great war. Tho cost Is now amounting at the rato of $120,000,000 a day and this rate Itself is constantly rising. These statistics aro based on what (j known hero of government finance in tho warring nations at tho present time and are close approximations of actual government expenditures from August 1, 1914, to August 1, 1917. But they do not adequately sum up even tho money expense ot tho struggle, still less the human loss and suffering. Tho total loss will never bo known; It Is beyond the ken of 8 frjftviiBp5 ful1 of "fe and actin fi,ed w,m ,he i YOUTH'S COMPANION! c 4 Better Than Ever in 1915 o Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' Page! Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and."a ton of fun,"Articles of Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone tntnenome. mere is no age limit to enthusiasm for The Three Current Issues Free Youth's Companion. If yon do not know THE COMPANION let us sead jrou Three Current Utiles FREE. Ucloto this Coupon with your request. Those who subscribe now, sending $2 for the 52 issues of THE COMPANION for 1915, will receive The Companion Home Calendar FREE, years experience in the shop. statisticians. Neutrals' EM?ne Heavy. Every neutral government In tho world has had to face extraordinary expenses indirectly resulting out of tho war and many of these nations have borrowed millions from other Added to the bill Is also nations. hundreds of millions spent by the Red Cross and scores of other war charities. Then there is the vast destruction of property cities, towns and villages, fnctorles, homes, rallroad3, bridges and even tho soil Itself, lying harried and desolate under storms of shells. Millions of productive men have been killed or wunded or crippled until they nro financial burdens on the community. Human efficiency has been weakened by tho general Interruption of higher education over throe years. Tho stock of trained brains has been lessened .Instead of education, insanity stalks thru the battling myriads and marks down hundreds ot thousands of its gibbering victims. Exceeds All Records. The total cost of tho twenty greatest wars in the 125 years preceeding 1914 was only $22,000,000,000. With the money it Is now spending on killing and maiming tho world could build every day eight Wool-wort- h Buildings at $15,000,000 each. If tho $S0,000,000,000 war cost to date wero divided up among tho total population of the world, every man, woman and child from Greenland to Tasmania would have to pay about $50. 52 Times a Year not 12. More good reading than you will get in any of the monthly CASTOR I A For Infants and Children magazines. 4 SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE THE nARTFORD REPUBLICAN A ND YOUTH'S COMPANION, . . .. ONE YEAR FOR ONLY $2.75. - BOTB J r- In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears the Signature of a hi:iu: is a good plack to stop fok Louisville little money' Hotel, Louisville, Ky., Main St., bet. 6th &.7th The Only Hotel In LoiiNvllle Oncruted on Uio American anil European Pluus. AMERICAN PLAN (With Meals) Rooms without llath but with Hot and Cold Running Water. 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I"1 Vanderbilt Training; School for Boys Showing Him Up. "The farmer gets two cents a quart the public pays twelve cents a quart well, that is sheer robbery." Tho speaker was Dr. L. C. Cattle, ono of tho investigators of the New York milk situation. "These mlddolmen," he continued, " have been as plainly shown up as the trolley conductor. "A man, you know, handed a trolley conductor a nickel, but the conductor did not ring up the fare. "Five or six minutes later tho man extended another nickel to tho conCatarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured ductor. by local applications, at they cannot reach the diseased portl&n ot the ear. There la "I got your nickel, sir," said tho way to cure catarrhal deafness, only one conductor. and that Is by a constitutional remedy. Catarrhal Deafness Is caused by an In"Yes, I know you did," said the flamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube Is man and now here's one for tho you have a rumbllns sound or imInflamed perfect hearing, and when It Is entirely company." Baltimore Sun. closed. Deafness Is the result. Unless the Inflammation can be reduced and this tuba restored to Its normal condition, hearing Many cases of will be destroyed forever. deafness are caused by catarrh, which Is an Inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces Hall's Catarrh Medicine acts thru the blood on the mucous surfaces of the system. We will give One Hundred Dollars (or any case of Catarrhal Deafness, that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Circular free. All Druggists. 75c. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. O. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. USE Relives Files No matter how stubborn the Petro-Ment- LIV-VER- -L AX " a will case may be Petro-Ment- a bring relief. A trial will convince you. For sale by Ohio County Drug Co. Price 25c. For Lazy Liver and the Troubles o Constipation, ax i , S llsGd 40 Years J mm Stomach and Liver Troubles. No end of misery and actual suffering Is caused by disorders ot tho stomach and liver, and may be avoided by Tablets. the use of Chamberlain's Give them a trial. They only cost a m quarter. NOTICE. We again call tho attention of our readers to tho fact that The Republican will publish no communications unless signed by tho authoa. Few weeks pass that anonymous articles are not received and it is not our desire to hurl newsy items into the waste basket. This anonymous com raunlcatlon rule is stated each week at the head of the editorial column and must be adhered to. Requests that names be omitted from print re compiled with, but tho manuscript must boar tho writers' signature. THE EDITOR. ' ELKTON, KY. Will help parents develop their sons kito the best type of citizens and Christian gentlemen. Its patronage is widely scattered and comes from the best homes in the South. Its capacity is limited, therefore, reservations should be made early. Place your son in this select gioup of boys. 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Box A. nesota, says: Why is it that from tho first inception of our paper up to tho present time we have never had an editor to sojourn In our midst? Other professions have been well represented. Of preachers wo have had enuogh to furnish subsistence to an African chief for a year; ot doctors, sufficient in numbor to depopulate a State; ot lawyers, enough to establish a good sizo colony in Hades. But ot editors not one. THE LADIES' HOME JOURNAL, THE SATURDAY EVENING POST and THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN wish to secure the spare time ot a man or woman to act us local representative In Hartford and vicinity, looking after tho renewals ot their many subscriptions in this section, and Introducing these publications to new readers. Payment will be made in salary and commission. 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To tho geologist tho bono of a fossil animal may ulso nn important eplsodo in tho history of a region and suggest tho 'geologlo ago of tho rocks found there. A good example ot tho Interesting Kaults that may follow tho finding ot a fossil tooth ts glvon In Professional Papor 108 D ot tho United States Geological Survey, Department of tho y. sa Creditors Notice. All parties having claims against the estate of J. P. Stevens, deceased, nro hereby notified to present same to mo, properly' provon, on or before Sopetraber 15th., 1917, or they will bo forever bawed. Given under my hand, this tho 20th, day of July, 1917. T. H. BLACK, Adm'r., 3t3 J. P. STEVENS, Deceased. - 3l ami 12 Imu-- c tfCALM MAGAHNB vmKm llll&jtfl. BSs M m Magazine Tb ?Meaca by mrtlioa wr Aiwncan mxnen. .cu auU the 2 saocUdy Jusuef, ot jshtra-- x" bat a iialioo mmnns ' army uwntn of hi!. u isms aid a nm mtwui aOTBOUT; ioAnm I l IP V "dl wLssj aPftk.uiBiuiiHlHirvruiiH VfJs 3m m 8 i UT!Funascw . . . W MawaiaaastsciiiaHiaBBUHHHHa ImAit:J01Irfti ' r f.O. Meaty urtnl t I miu C31 LaB aaaaaaiBB . THE YOUTH'S COMPANION for Compani (This Offer U to wuhYouth'a evory month MccSlUreM Pattern FKB for Z centfeSr?a tcyweTrWling. THE YOUTH S COMPANION. St. Psul St.. BOS tom. m foM"7earUjso choice uitowVMiu4ti and thM7 Home Calendar. iubsoibcri onlf.) of any aau war. ,. a SlteriiT's Sale. By vlrturo of a Judgmont and oxecutlon No. 933, Issued to mo from tho Ohio Circuit Court, on transcript from tho Hartford Pollco Court, for, $25.00 witi interest from Jan. 23, 1911, togedlier with $5.65 cost in favor of J. E. Foglo, Plaintiff, vs., L. T. Wright, Defendant, and which execution was by mo lovled on tho horobelow described tract of laud, I will on Nunday, August tlto Cth 1917, at tho Court House door in Hartford, Ky., at nbout tho hour of 1 o'clock, p. in., offor at public out cry, to tho highest and best bidder on a credit of G and 12 moiuiis, 1110 iui lowing tract of lnnd, or so much thoreof as may bo necessary to satis fy Plaintiff's debt, Interest and co3t plus the cost of this levy, advertiseusti! lor style, perfect fit, simplicity ul Celebrated ment, sale &c. Tsllibility nesrbr 40 years. Sold in nearly or parcel ot land In the Untied States and crery city and A certain tract Canada, or by mall direct. More 'sold thaat In Ohio County, Ky., on the waters soy other make. Send lor tree uulogus. of Elm Lick Crpek and bounded as McCALL'S MAGAZINE wan any otnci lasniosi 4UO.C iiiDicnpcrs follows: Beginning at a black oak maeazins million a month. Inraluable. Lat est styles, pattsrnt, dressmaking, millinery, on tho side of the Hartford and plain sewing, fancy needlework, Kalrdrcssins;, Clark's 'corner; Loltchfleld road, etiquette, good stories, etc Only SO centr a ear (worm csouoie), inciuaing a tree pattern, thonco with said road S. 75 E. 34 ubsenbe today, or send (or sample copy. poles; S. 62 E. 18 poles;. 00 E. 22 NDEBFUL INDUCEMENTS to Agents. Postal brines premium catalogue poles; S. 55 E. 15 poles to a white ana new cssn puxc oacrs. siaarcss oak In Sam Cox lino; thenco with his Hcciu co. v t tit w. tnk su mw tovx lino W. 40 poles to a whlto oak, mmimmmimMmmmuiimmmmmmmmmMm Cox's corner; thenco with another of 20 poles to n his lines W. 32 F?a whlto oak, dogwood, dead red oak, Clark's cornor in Cox's lino; thenco with Clark's lino N. 40 W. 00 poles to a white oak, Clark's corner; thence with another ot Clark's lines S. 59 Succeed when everything else fills. W. 24 poles to a red oak, Clark's cornor; thenco with another of J weakness they aro the supreme Clark's lines S. 1G W. 50 poles to the 1 remedy, at thousands have testified. beginning, containing 30 acres, more FOR KlUNtY. LIVER AND or loss. It being part of the land STOMACH TROUBLE convoyed to E. C. Hubbard, deceased It is the best medicine ever sold by deed over a droggiVa counter. by Henry Schroader, etc., dated October 25, 1882 and recorded In Deed Book 4, pago 210, Ohio County Court Clerk's office and will"Wants by said deed to Lucy S. Hubba-rcedent by his last will recorded In Will Book D, pago 238, In tho offlco aforesaid and samo land convoyed to defendant by tho said Lucy S. Hubbard by deed of record In Deed Book No. 30, pago 327, In ofilco aforesaid. FOR PERSONA!! HYGIENE Tho purchaser will bo required to Dissolved In water for doucbaa stop pelvic catarrh, ulceration aad inflam execute bond vrfth approved security, matlon. Recxunmondacl bjr Lydia.E. Immediately following tho sale. Pinkham Med. Co. for Lmb vears. Given undor my hand, this tho A bcallngoader foafoaaa catarrh, sore' throat aad tore 4 . stnanerlsal. 19th, dny of July, A. D., 1917. Has U sjsasM POT. S. Q, KEOWN, ypuJ. TJHaltooTo3iCuinEcr, BotjoMajs. Sheriff of Ohio County. 3t3 li ' m lectric Bitters Every Woman CTttttooft-iyAui- Ms W ri,liOTtiflWWIUaarMW('yiW'" ' jtiu ej"j--- ' w;;PF Mrs. Chester Royal, tho they have evor seen outsldo SINGING MENTION By special request Mr. and Mrs. matchloss bluo grass roglon of old Horace Taylor repeated tho duct thoy KnntnpkT! and when they meet a steady previously was so full STRENGTH GROWING hrczn. an almost constant,fan their At Sulphur Springs Great Suc- had melody andsung, that it brought of pathos; from tho Gulf to breeze tears to the eye of many. cessImmense Crowd cheeks, and rink tho purest, clearest It was voted tho next moi''ng wnti'r' they over tasted In their lives, Present. should bo held at Rosinc. TAGE11LATT HAYS GtSIUlAX HAS from flowing artesian wells, they will FOR ANNOUNCED Closing remarks by tho secretary. wrlto back homo a new and almost PEACE. Benediction by Rev. J. C. Lamlium. story to their fond and nnhollevablo The Ohio County Singing ConvenAll in all it wa3 a great rnd gloranxious parents, and tho stories they tion met at Sulphur Springs on SunI tell will find their way uuo uie nuwday, July 29th, and was called to or- ious day and enjoyed to the fullest ' rtorlln. July 29 (via London, July papers, and thousands and ten3 of der at 10 o'clock a. m. by Chairman by every ono present. The oulci wna splendid; tho shade refreshing: the their ., 30). In Its revlow of the third year thousands of people will have Miss- G. J. Christian. pure sulphur water plentiful, the Invocation Rev. WJ. Miller. world war the Tageblatt ,eyes opened as to what South of tho armies of Ger- issippi actually is. Assur- dinner abundant nnd to spare, and Opening sons "Blessed points out that tho retinoid the music so delightfully many and her allies have conquered I And they will como and see and ance." but exemplified tho truth of Hi3 ausquaro kilo- bo conquered, Just as General Wood God-seWelcome address Dr. D. H. more than half a million thor who said: "Let music cheer us meters of Entento territory, and as- was. And thoy wilt find our people s military strength of tho ns hosnltablo as our climate Is In Organization was perfected by last on earth and greet us first in serts that tho pine electing Mr. G. P. Jones a3 chairman I leaven." Central Powers, Instead of decreas- viting. And tho smell of tho magA throng of between two and tluee and Supt. Ozna ShulW as secretary. ing has Increased, while that of 'foro3t mixed with that of tho The roll being called it was found thausnnd people spent a most pleasFranco has visibly diminished. Tho nolia, will be sweet to them. And newspaper says tho German peopla they will find as many satsuma ' tho following classc3 were present ant day. O. J. JONES Ch'ni'n. aro with the following leaders: has plainly announced Its readiness 'oranges growing here as there OZNA SHULTS. Scc'y. expresses tho hope that apples In Indiana, and every little Dundee Dr. J. A. Duff. for pcaco and Washington Mr. J. B: Fark. common sense and a slncero desire way they may rest themselves under soft-sheCedar Grove Mr. R. W. Johnston. EXPENSE ACCOUNTS for the cessation of hostilities will the enveloping shade of a OF CANDIDATES Rosinc Mr. Mclvin Kcssingcr. assert themselves In the ranks of pecan tree. Wo havo been trying to tell tho Germany's adversaries. Tho TageLee. Taylor Mines Mr. Bird Representative. world this those many years, but Libel ty Mr. II. L. Taylor. blatt says: $27.00 end of tho third year of tho thoy thought we had land to sell or agreed that each choir sing W. L. Lawlacc "Tho It was 29.15 war finds tho Issue In tho East and something to boost, and they would two selection in the forenoon anil J. D. Hill 29.75 In the West undecided. For the mo- not listen. But they know their own three in tho afternoon. In keeping L. L. Embry 8.75 military opera- sons havo nothing to sell, and when with this arrangement the following 'j. R. Wcller ment Interest in tho Judge. tions Is focussed upon Flanders and the message comes back home from program was tendered and highly !them, all of Kentucky and Indiana enjoyed by the immense tluong as- 'J. A. Bellamy $78.51 Gallcla. 51.32 jWinson Smith "The past year, however, has been and tho MIddIo West will sit up and sembled. 05.71) Mack Cook many Instructive results. 'take notice; and tho next thing you fruitful of Dundee "Tell His Love." "Sound 117.:i2 R. B. Martin Abovo all It may be assetred that know some of them will bo coming His Praise." 20.10 Washington "When the Golden R. It. Wedding the Entente no longer has the dis- down here to see for themselves; and 53.00 posal of unlimited production and when they como they will stay and Gales Unfold," "The War Call of the Silas Stevens 20.70 IS. S. May supplies of ammunition as was the live among us and help us develop Age." 29.50 case during tho Sonimo battle. This this section of great resources; be- Grove; "Beyond the Clouds L. B. Tichcnor Cedar Clerk. cause we sure have got the goods. munition cessation of Is Light," "Ate You Ready.'' $1G0.2G Think of the publicity thirty thou has had a noticeable effect on the Libcity "Sunlight," "Aro You W. C. Blankcnship WJ.al L. H. Condit And, whereas the ma- sand letters a week will give to this Bringing In the Grain?" western front. 19.75 terial resources of our opponents section. Think rrt tho nmount of Rosinc "When the King Shall Guy Robertson Sheriff. increased and the strengtn prejudice and misinformation their Como." "He Goeth Before." have not $ 0 1.55 of Franco has become visibly dimin- t plain, unvarnished tales will dispel. Home," S. A. Bratchcr Taylor Mines "Beautiful $281.35 G. A. Ralph That's just ono of the things this "Marching On the Promise." we still aro unimparled In our ished, 65.11 strength and moro ttrongly fortil3d cantonment means and ono of the. At this time adjournment was ta- G. P. Jones 11.50 (things It will do (or all of South ken for dinner to meet again prompt- S. E. Bennett before. than oer Superintendent. Mississippi. And Hattlesburg Is glad ly at one p. m. "He- - who Is w:.'.!ng to be gu'.t'.-$108.25 sclely by tho facts at.l will not .'.r-m- I that Its effect and good results will 1 p. in. Called to order by Chair- Mrs. I. S. Mason 39.9!) E. S. Howard himself to bo doveWcd by illus- .reach out so far; because, even from man Jones. 6.25 Ozna Shults must admit thatthe ambition ja selfish standpoint, whatever help3 ions Opening song "Glory To His y less .South Mississippi helps Hattlesburg. Name." Jailer. is of our foes to crush $ 39.97 Worth Tichcnor Como on, boys; lots of Kentuck-lan- s justifiable than at any other period, Wonder Duct "I If Mother J. T. Wedding G2.25 and not a few Indlanlans already and because this is so, we may be Knows" Mr. and Mrs. Horace Tay 52.25 permitted to express the hope that down here, and a hearty, royal, lor. Mrs. Lee Taylor at the organ. M. C. Schroader 19.50 Charley Johnson common senso and a sincere desire southern welcome awaits you. HatQuaitet "In the Kingdom of the S. A. Lee 13.21 for peace may finally assert them- tlesburg Miss., News. Lord" Mr. and Mrs. Horace Taylor, 'Boston Butler 23.00 selves In the ranks of our opponents. Mr. and Mrs. Mclvin Stewart. Mrs. 17.50 Slackers Knocked Out. "Tho German people, through Us JC. A. Smith Lee Taylor at the organ. 19.75 "accredited representatives, has plainElmer Tinslcy 1. United New York, August Him Meet Shall Quartet "I 31.15 J. W. Duvall ly announced to tho world at large States Marshal Thomas D. McCarthy, There" Messrs. Joe Park. Horace 21.70 its readiness for peace. We hope this with fifteen of his deputies, appear- Taylor, J. II. Travis and Ivan Allen. J. W. Perry 17.1S P. M. Brown expression will bo appreciated in It3 ed at the Marriage License Bureau Mrs. Marion Park at the organ. 9.50 IB. B. Collins full Importance on the other side. this afternoon, where scores of young Love" "Matchless Quartet 31.35 "The following offers an approxi- men of the draft age with their pros- Messrs.sLoney Sanderfur, T. P. Car Loncy Mihton t 62.82 J. L. Colycr mate picture of tho area of occupied pective brides were waiting for son, Carl Renfrow and Curry Wal35.10 territory which now Is held by tho and within fifteen minutes lace. Mr. Herbert Shown at the or- - Newt. R. Baize Attorney. military forces of the Central Powers cleared the room and hallways of gan. $ 7.00 A. D. Kirk measured In square kilometers: half of their number. Liberty Choir "Shout His Praise," J. S. Glenn .00 "Belgium, 28,980; France, He ejected from the room every Assessor. Russia, 280,490; Rumania, man who was unable to produce his "Sing of the Savior All Glorious," "In tho King's Highway." $ 7.50 D. E. Ward 100,000; Serbia, 85.SG7; Montene- blue registration card. Working D. M. Stewart Taylor Mines "Keen 6.30 gro, 14,180; Albania, 20,000. ToIn view of the large number of On," "Sound His Piaise." "Willing to Suneyor. tal, 54S.737. men of draft age who are getting $ 1.15 C. S. Moxlcy "The total Is opposed by 900 married, Philip J. McCook, executive Trust." Como," Sinner Dundee "Oh, Coroner. square kilometers of land held by the chairman of tho Mayor's Committee n y ? 2.25 to "When We Get To That Clime." "I A. R. Riley French and tho on National Defense, wrote Magistrate. possession Provost Marshal General Crowder Dream Of Home." territory In Rumanian Washington "The Great Redeem- S. W. Leach 1.90 $ measuring 25,500 square kilometers. suggesting an appeal to tho Presi3.70 figure no longer holds dent for an executive order declaring er," "Marvelous Love." "Marching S. L. StClair The latter 5.50 by that marriages that havo taken place On." E. W. Jackson good. It ha3 been diminished 1.10 CO per cent., and Is likely to since Rosinc "Do You Think It Worth M. B. Crowder fully of draft the announcement 3.75 fall away entirely In the near fu- numbers will not be recognized as While?" "Over the Sea." "At the Q. B. Brown 5.00 W. S. Dean Battle Front." ture." a basis for exemption. 6.00 Cedar Grove "I Cannot Tell," J. H. Daniel The marriage license bureau here 5.00 with a crowd "Will You Follow Jesus," "Comrades W. C. Daugherty WHAT IT 3IKAN8 was again filled 8.80 J. N. Logsdon TO SOUTH MISSISSIPPI of would-b- e brides and bridegrooms. of the Cross." 3.50 Quartet "Mother's Gone" Messrs. Ed Shown Marriages were performed at the 5.93 Bird Lee, Chester Royal, Mr. and J. G. Withers This cantonmont matter Is such a rate of nearly ono a minute. 1.25 G. W. Rowe big thing, we will havo to take sev5.05 Albert Cox eral trys at It. Most of us no doubt 5.10 ROUTING HIM OUT. J. A. Boling have been looking at It through nar1.25 S. L. Stevens row glasses; with lenses that con3.47 B. F. Rice verge to ono center tho city of 1.75 B. C. Rhoads But it is a sight bigger 6.98 I. H. Kcown thing than that. It Is a big thing for 2.10 J. L. Smith South Mississippi as It Is for Hattles-bur5.03 Tom Cox It will give to all this section 3.C0 R .C. Tichcnor of tho state that most needed of all 10.18 J. V. Haygcrman publicity. things wido 5.00 B. W. Taylor There Is a great prejudice against 2.25 Clifton Brown a mean prejudice, Mississippi. Not 2.12 T. E. Evans but a mistaken prejudice. General Constable. able and fair Wood, traveled and $ 1.10 H. G. Daniel man that he Is was prejudiced against 2.12 C. A. Craig .... ho came to seo this section boforo 2.37 Irvin Halo . it. He said so. He thought the land 1.2P J. W. Wilson was low and tint and swampy; that tho air fairly buzzed with tho song Nothing Wonderful. of tho pesky mosquito. Ho had no Visitor You don't know who I am thought of locatlnc a camp anywhere do you, Jimmy? near hero when ho came. But ho Jimmy Naw! saw, and was conquered; and llko Visitor Aha! I know who you v.iso mon often do, ho changed his aro, though. mind, and llko a bravo man, he mado Jimmy Aw, that nln't nothtn' I the amendo by putting Hattlesburg know that myself. Boston Tranon tho map. script. ' v Now If Goneral Wood could bo bo mlstakon, wo can readily understand Every manufacturing establish? how "the common herd" could bo ment In tho United States, no mat-tmismistaken, and how that general helps to whero It Is located, take should grow Into a prejudice build up a homo markot in Its own hurtful to this part of tho stato. vicinity. Tho boys who will bo loavlng Ken tucky and Indiana soon, and thoir GERMAN FINANCES parents, aro doubtless Imbued with RELIEVED IN HAD WAY they thut same mistake. Thoy think aro coming Into a swarm of mos- Washington, July 31. A curious disquitoes and a mulariu-ridde- n shrinkage In tho Gorman gold trict; a low, lovol, swampy country. reported from aboard todv, surprised Thoy will bo agreeably attracted Interest hero as possibly when they got hero. When they got foreshadowing a crumbling oP tho out to Camp Crawford, and pitch German financial system, which up to their tents on an elevation that will liow has borue the lmmciiso load Solbol in Albany Knickerbocker Press. glvu them u view as beautiful as any JT!!TOSwfMF '(.vji jrc--r-- K CENTRAL POWERS' ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Representative. Wo aro authorized to nnnounco the candidacy of L. Ij. EM11RY for tho for RepreRepublican nomination sentative of Ohio county. Subject to tho Primary Election, Saturday, August 4, 1917. candidacy of J. W. DUVALL for tho Republican nomination for Jailer ot to the PriOhio county. Subject mary Election, Saturday, August 4, 1917. Wo aro authorized to announce the candidacy of K. K. TIN8LEY for the Wo aro authorized to aniiounco tho Republican nomination for Jailer ot candidacy of 1)11. W. I. LAWLAOE Ohio county. Subject to tho Primafor the Republican nomination for ry Election, August 4, 1917. nnnrnaniitntlvn nt Oliln county. Sub ject to tho Primary Election Satur Wo aro authorized to announco the day, August 4, 1917. candidacy ot S. A. LEE for tho Republican nomination for Jailer of Wo aro authorized to announco tho Ohio county. Subject to tho Primary candidacy of .1. I). HILL for the Re- Election, August 4, 1917. publican nomination for Representative of Ohio County. Subject to the Wo aro authorized to nnnounco tha Primary Election, Saturday, August candidacy of J. T. WEDDING for the 4, 1917. Republican nomination for Jailer ot Ohio county. Subject to tho PrimaCounty Judge. For ry Election, August 4, 1917. Wo aro authorized to announce the candidacy of MACK COOK for the Wo nro authorized to announce the Republican nomination for Judgo of candidacy of CHARLEY JOHNSON Subject to tho Ohio County Court. for tho Republican nomination for tho Primary Election, Saturday, Au- Jailer of Ohio county. 8ubjcct tu gust 4, 1917. tho Primary Election, Saturday, Auannounco the gust 4, 1917. We aro authorized to candidacy of It. It. WEDDING for Wo aro authorized to announco the tho Republican nomination for Judge of tho Ohio County Court. Subject candidacy of C. A. KMITII for tho Refor Jailer ot to tho Prlmnry Election, Saturday, publican nomination Ohio county. Subject to tho Prlmnry August 4, 1917. Election, Saturday, August 4, 1917. Wo aro authorized to nnnounco tho candidacy of 11. It. MARTIN for the We aro authorized to announco the Republican nomination for Judgo of candidacy of WORTH TICHENOR tho Ohio County Court. Subject to for tho Republican nomination for the Primary Election, Saturday, Au- Jailer of Ohio county. Subject to gust 4, 1917. the Primary Election, Saturday, August 4, 1917. Wo are autnorized to announco tho candidacy of .1. A. RELLA3IY for the Wo nro authorized to lAinounce the Republican nomination for Judgo of candidacy of .1. W. PERRY for the nomination for Jnllcr of the Ohio County Court. Subject to Republic-ni- l Subject to tho Prltho Primary Election, Aug. 4, 1917. Ohio county. mnry Election, Saturdny, Auguit Wo aro authorized to announco tho 4, 1917. candidacy of SI LAS L. STEVENS for Wo aro authorized to announco th the Republican nomination for Judge of tho Ohio County Court. Subject candidacy of P. M. ItROWN for thW to tho Primary Election, Saturday, Republican nomination for Jailer' of Ohio county. Subject to tho PrimaAugust 4, 1917. ry Election, Saturday, August 4, Wo aro authorized to announce tho 1917. candidacy of WINSON SMITH for tho .. For Republican nomination for Judgo of Wo aro authorized to announco the? tho Ohio County Court. Subject to tho primary Election, Saturday, Au- candidacy of I). K. WARD for the' Republican nomination for Assessor gust 4, 1917. of Ohio county. Subject to the PriWn nrn niithnrlznd to nnnounco the mary Election, Saturday, August 4. candidacy of L. It. TICHENOR fori 1917. tho Democratic nomination for Judgo of the Ohio County Court. Subject For Coroner. to tho Primary Election Saturday, Wo nro authorized to announco the August 4, 1917. candidacy of DR. A. II. RILEY for the Republican nomination for Coroner of Ohio county. Subject to tho For County Attorney. Wo aro authorized to announce tho Pctmnry Election, Saturday, August candidacy of A. I). KIRK for the Re- '4th, 1917. publican nomination for County Attorney of Ohio county. Subject to For Magistrate. tho Primary Election, Saturday, AuWo aro authorized to announoo the gust 4, 19171 candidacy of W. O. DAUGHERTY for tho Republican nomination for Justice of Peace, Roslno Magisterial DisFor County Court Cleric. Wo are authorized to announco the trict. Subject to the Primary Eleccandidacy of V. C. RLANKEN8HIP tion, Saturday, August 4, 1917. for for the Republican nomination County Court Clerk of Ohio county. Wo aro authorized to announce the Subject to tho Primary Election, candidacy ot JAS. A. HOLING for the Saturday, August 4, 1917. Republican nomination for Justice ot the Peace, Sulphur Springs District. Wo are authorized to announce tho Subject to tho Primary Election, Satcandidacy of L. II. CONDIT for tho urday, August 4, 1917. tor County Republican nomination Court Clerk ot Ohio county. Subject Wo aro authorized to nnnounco'the to the Primary Election, August 4, candidacy of E. W. JACKSON for 1917. tho Republican nomination for Justice ot tho Peace, Reaver Dam District. Subject to tho Primary ElecFor Sheriff. We are authorized to announce the tion, Saturday, August 4, 1917.' candidacy of G. A. RALPH for the Ropllcan nomination for Sheriff of We aro authorized to announce the Ohlu county. Subject to tho Pri- candidacy ot 31. It. CROWDER for mary Election, Saturday, August 4, the Republican nomination tor Justice of tho Peace, Roslne Magisterial 1917. district. Subject to tho Primary We aro authorized to announce the Election, Saturday, August 4, 1917. candidacy ot S. A. IIRATCHER for Wo aro the tho Republican nomination for Sher- candidacy authorized to announce Reof W. 8. DEAN for the Subject to tho iff ot Ohio county. Primary Election, Saturday, August publican nomination for Justice of tho Peace, Sulphur Springs Magister4, 1917. ial district. Subject to tho Primary Election, Saturday, August 4, 1917. Wo are authorized to announce the candidacy of G. 1 JONES for the Wo aro to announce Republican nomination for Sheriff candidacy authorized LEACH for tha the county. Subject to tho Pri- Republican of 8. W. of Ohio Justice mary Election, Saturday, August 4, tho Peace, nomination forMagisterial Beaver Dam 1917. district. Subject to tho Primary , Election, Saturday, August 4, 1917. Wo aro authorized to announce tho candidacy of 8. E. 1IENNETT for tho Wo aro authorized to announco the Democratic nomination for Sheriff of candidacy of J. Y. HAGERMAN Ohio county. Subject to tho Primary tho Democratic nomination for Jus- Election, Saturday, August 4, 1917. tlco of tho Peaco, Hartford Maglster- lal District. Subject to the Primary For Superintendent. Election, Saturday, Aug. 4, 1917. wno aro legally Note Women to voto for qualified, aro entitled Wo aro authorized to announce the Sctfool Superintendent In both Pri- candidacy ot J. II. DANIEL for tho mary and Final Election.. Republican nomination for Justice As.-.eso- I ' y. 1 I ll I I Li lt " I 19,-22- 0; , Austro-Hungarla- to-da- to-d- .... of. g. g. for, Wo aro authorized to announco the candidacy of E. 8. HOWARD for the Republican nomination for Superintendent of Schools ot Ohio county. Subject to tho Primary Election, Saturday, August 4, 1917. ot tho Peae, Bartletts Magisterial Subject to tho Primary District. Election, Saturday, August 4, 1917. or Wo are authorized to announce the candidacy of ED SHOWN for tho Republican nomination for Justlco of tho Peace, Hartford Magisterial to announco the District. Subject to tho Primary We aro authorized candidacy of MRS. I. 8. MASON for Election, Saturday, August 4, 1917. tho Republican nomination for SuperWo aro uuthorlzed to announco the intendent ot Schools ot Ohio county. Subject to tho Primary Election, Sat- candidacy of Q. B. BROWN for the urday, August 4, 1917. Republican nomination for Justlco of tho Peace, Rockport District. Subject to tlio Primary Election, SaturFor Juller. Wo are authoclzed to announco the day, August 4th., 1917. candidacy ot M. C. SHROADER tor Wo nro authorized to announce tho the Republican nomination for Jail; er of Ohio county. .Subject to the candidacy of TOM COX, for the RePrimary Election, Saturday, August publican nomination for Jutlco ot tho Peace, for tho Roslno District. 4, 1917. Subject to tho Primary Election, Wo are authorized to announce the August 4th., 1917. placod upon It. As yot, however, tho shrinkage is small uud not In any senso fatal, but, taken In connection with tho appeals ot tho government to individuals to give up gold Jewelry Is considered Important. Observers hero aro at a loss to account for the shrinkage, but glvo several possible causes. Ono Is that Ger many unablo to maintain her balanco of trade with contiguous neutrals, Is bolng forced to export gold In payment. Another Is that Bulgaria and Turkey refuse to take German bank notes, and a third that actual gold la needed for tho Immense propaganda J work that Germany Is 'conducting lu Russia and other countries. -- vnrxr'iOiass: