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DRAFTED ARMY TO BE DIVIDED DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No. 6 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 1917. statement showed that 180,700 war oluntccrs hao been recruited for the regular service since April 1, leaving only about 2,000 vacancies In the regulars at war strength. These figures mean that 725,000 men arc now undo. arms exclusive of the navy and marine corps, to lie supplemented withaproxl-matol- NOW YOU 'DANCE!. a. '. &''' "',J',"I "Vt i" ' ' T'-- 1 , y, " .J r ml$Gidh WSw,!Mffl!!7 ":, $$" 1 fifth hi: iv ok ok si:i'ri:.Min:it. IN first quota will ti;.ixin first CAMP Any I'lllllT-- v Gov- TEN MONTHS OiltllllliiK lllKK"l 'I'm-- Is ernment I III" V.wr taken. Washington, Auk. 7. Only 20 per cent, of the men drafted for the national army In Kentucky nnd Indiana will ho tailed for trnjuiug nt Cnnip Taylor early In September. Tho same percentage will apply tit nil of tho cantonments. Tho entlro national army of fiS7,-- i 000 men will not lie called to tho colors beforo tho latter part of October. anInformal, Olllclal, though nouncement of this fact wns made today by olllccrs In the Provost Mar-- J tdml General's olllce, who explained Hint Insurmountable difficulties make It Impossible to get tho entlro nrniy Into training beforo the closo of October. Tho men at Camp Taylor will be In training for approximately ten months, and It H not likely that they will bo ready to board transports for Europo beforo September 1, 191S. The machinery of drafting will ho completed by the last of August and the I'rovost Marshal General will bo ready nt that time to meet any call by the Secretary of War for the full quota of men sought under the draft' As far as tho work of this offlco Is concerned, tl,o men could bo moved to tho cantonments by September 1, tho original date set for tho begln- ning of training. Account rement Rig Problem. In tho first wcok In Sopteinber Provost Marshal Crowder will notify tho Secretary of War that tho drafted army Is subject to call. It Is the purposo of the War Department to then call about 20 per cont. of tho number from their homes to tho respective cantonments. It Is estimated ,that not moro than 100,000 of 150.-00- 0 men can ho taken caro of In tho first week of September, nnd fully six weoks will expire after that tlmo before tho cantonments ar3 completely organized and the quartermaster's ofllco is ready to. supply tho needs of this vast army of men called from civil life. According, to phins about 100,000 men will be sent to tho cantonments to organize them and preparo for tho reception of tho others. The railroads liavo notified tho Government that they can not transport that great number of men to cantonments In ono day. This is ono of the physical difficulties which force tho Govern- ment'to nbandon Its plans of calling tho army Into actlvo bolnf In ono day throughout tho nation. Tho nccountcrment of the now civilian army Is tho biggest problem any Government has over undertaken. Thoso'inen coming from civilian llfo must bo fitted from head to foot with military clothes and ammunition nnd nrms. When tho National Guard was Federalized thero was nothing that need bo supplied. Year Heforo They Go To Kront. Representative Fltzgornld, Chairman of tho Appropriation Commltteo that the qnnrterurusters said y was unablo to obtain sulllcleht ollico suppllos for tho solcctlvo army and that thorcforo not moro than 150,-00- 0 would gQ Into camp In September and tho rest of tho forco would not see camp llfo for months aftor. It Is estimated that at least ten months will bo required to train tho solectlvo army for real service nnd military authorities who nppreclato tho inability of tho Government to get supplies now say that it will bo a yoar from.next September beforo any of tho draft army will bo fitted for duty in Europo. 'A-- largo contingent may bo sent before that tlmo for Intensive training In Franco, but nono of tho men drafted Into tho army will bo put Into tho trenchos In Franco In less than a year. y by the .Statements Issued show that prelim- War pepartmont Inary figures placo tho total forco of Fed-orNational Guard taken Into tho Borvlco August 5 a 13,093 officers and 419,834 men. Another 'to-dato-dnal , in tho next few weeks by 087,000 raled under the Selective Draft 11111. Of tho latter number about 500,000 will composo tho th'lrd great element of the war army, the natlonnl army, and tho remainder will go to fill up the regulars and the guard and their " reserves. Apply Kor Certain Rriilifhes. The mobllzatlon regulations will show hdw tho drafted men are to bo j nslgned. Already tho War Depart-- ! in cut has received countless appllca-- j tlons from men certain to bo called In the first Increment of tho draft forces for assignment to somo particular arm or branch of the service. Where n man has been mimoncd by his local board for physical examina tion no method exists whereby hoi may enlist Jn tho regulars and havo his service count on the homo quota It Is probable, however, that somo effort will be made to meet, tho v.'IhIips of the drafted men In this as far as possible when they arc mobilized. It can only bo done to a limited extent, as tho regulars nnd stateguaid as shown by ment, aro practically filled up now. Full War .Strength At Once. Tho national guard statement shows that only tho number of men short of tho 410,834 figure, shown by checking of tho muster rolls by department commanders, and the of nnv found unfit, will bo taken from tho draft forces for the guai d service. Tho recruiting service expects to fill the regular army to full war service tomorrow or next ('ay, so that there probably will bo a surplus of 150,000 or more men nlien tho full G'S7,000 of the first Inclement of tho national army Is re-ca- rd . ' It Is regarded as likely that tho liiobllatlon regulations soon to be Issued will show that the surplus of drafted men Is to be used ns a recruit reservoir, and that nil the men will be put under training as quickly as possible. A recruit depot will lio established In France, from whteh k-s- reelments nt tho front will bo filled up, drafts of men from the mala recruit depot In this country be ing r.nt over to thlj distribution center as needed. In tho same way, or wounded men will bo returned tn the front when recovered, and a steady How of recrults to maintain nctlvo regiments at top fighting efficiency will bo provides lr. this way. ntck $1,000,000 AIR- CRAFT FACTORY U.K. WILL EKF.CT PLANT AT LEAGUK ISLAND WITHIN 'THREE MONTHS. ' , ' Washington, Aug. 7. Construction of an aircraft factory at tho Laguo Island navy yard, Philadelphia, to cost approximately ?1,000,-00- 0 in 100 and to bo completed days was ordorcd by Secretary Daniels. Tho plant will employ 2,000 workers and will bo capablo of proplanes small ducing yearly. "In view of tho enormous expansion of the neroplano Industry now bolng undertaken In the Unlted States," said tho Spcretary In announcing his decision, "It was felt that It was necessary to Incrcaso the along Navy Department's" facilities theso lines, not only to tumble It to supply a part, at least, 'of its own needs, but In order that the private plants might bo 'relloved of ttho experimental dovelopoment which they havo hitherto undertaken and turn their wholo attention to tho maximum production or approved typos. Tho navy's air program Is a undertaking from tho great $640,000,000 aircraft act. A largo sum for naval aircraft production is understood to bo still available from recent appropriations, and Mr. Daniels lias asked Congress for additional funds for tho purposo which ho hopes will bo supplied by tho tlmo payment for tho now factory must bo made. scp-arato . England's paper box trade ploys 30,000 workers. em- Tho Farmers' Chautauqua held G, 7 and Sth In tho beautiful grovo at Matanzas through Uie untiring efforts of County Agent W. W. Browder was a complete success In i every way. j Largo and enthusiastic audiences were present during the entire mcet- Ing(of three days and two nights and wero highly entertained by very entertaining and Instructive addresses eilll'F JUSTICE SETTLE UPHOLDS RESTRAIXIXG ORDER by quite a number of speakers representing tho Extension work of tho Frankfort, Ky., Aug 7. Chief Jus- Agriculture Department of tho State. hospitality Truo Kentucky was tice .W. E. Settle, of the Court of Appeals, Friday overruled a motion for never shown better than ivas mania writ of prohibition against Circuit fested by tho entlro citizenship of Judge Slack restraining tho County tho Mantanzns community by giving Judge of Ohio County from entering tho glad hand of welcome to their an order rcdlstricting the magisterial elegant homes nnd doing all within districts of tho county. This was their power to make the meeting not done .under an order of tho Fiscal only instructive , and profitable, but Court. A commission was appointed pleasant and enjoyable. as well. Tho dinner of barbecued mutton .and its finding approved, over exceptions filed to tho the report. Later end other good things prepared under an injunction was secured which tho supervision of Mr. Chester Llnd- ley'wes "tip top" In every way and Judge Slack made final. COS ? K2T3GJ BmtaCB4P?ZS&Z- - XS."'W5V. N fit for a King. v Hon. A. B. TIchenor acted as chairTO Tim REPUBLICAN VOTERS OF OHIO' COUNTY man in a very pleasing and satisfactory manner to all concerned. Robert Cartor in Philadelphia Preas. Splendid music both vocal and InMy record as a Republican has never been broken. Neither by any strumental was rendered under the 25,000 MINERS APACHE INDIANS party break, nor by false report nor direct supervision of Mr. E. A. Cartv by my defeat eight years ago. Nor er. VOTE TO STRIKE shall my present defeat, however acAt tho close on Wednesday afterARE IN WAR PAINT complished, hinder me in my course noon the following resolutions were In my introduced by Supt. Ozna Shults and as a true blue Republican. opinion the Republican Party is big- adopted by a rising and unanimous NO. imns WORKED UP BY I. w. w. DISTRICT WHEN U)VDECID: BY TO ger than any man or any so of men. vote, IGNORED QUIT MEMBERS, FIRE FORESTS Realizing tho benefit and pleasure I would have been proud of OPERATORS. IX ARIZONA. nomination for Sheriff of that we have gotten from this FarmI ma'de a straight, ers' Chautauqua , and also realizing Ohio County. fraud, tho lasting good that it will be to Aug. 7. The spec- fair, hard fight to win, without Pineillc, Kj;., Globe, Ariz., Aug. S. Apache Infalse report, corruption fund, or any the people of this county in a thoudians In tho Sierra Anchas Mountains ial wage convention for District 19 thing else' to violate the law or con- sand and more ways. In better roads fifty miles northwest of Globe, aro on reconvened at 10 o'clock this morning science. I have the confidence to better schools, better homes, better the warpath nnd the two largest as- and adjourned at 12 o'clock, after bellevo that the people who sup live stock, moro corn, hay, potatoes, bestos mines In the district have sus having voted a strike to tako effect ported Mr. Bratcher and Mr. Jones clover, fruits, etc., ,and a greatly according to a at 4 p. m. Aug. 11. Only three pended operations, doing. I aroused Interest and public sentiment Tho felt honestly justified in so telephone message summoning help operators met the delegation. very gatefully thank my many for all that it takes to make a greater at tho other operators, moro than a hund- friends who stood by me. And I Ohio county and aid materially la Which was received hero red in number; composing District 19 Sheriff's ofllco tonight. we call upon my friends now to Join me making a greater Kentucky, manager of ono of tho mines refused in any way to recognize the In support of the principles of the therefore feeling that we voice the Tho Informed Sheriff Armer that leaders convention. Republican Party and its nominees. sentiment of all who have had the District 19 embraces Southeastern of tho uprising havo called out all InSincerely, pleasure of attendihg any of these 'g. A. RALPH. dian ralno workers and tliat they Kentucky and Tennessee and lnoludes meetings wish to offer the following' per ninety-fir- e about 25,000 miners, were completely beyond control. Narows, Ky., R. F. D. 2., Aug. 8th, resolutions: Deputy Sheriff Dan Armer at tho cent of whom are members of the 1917. ' Resolved first head of a band of mounted rangers, United Mine workers of America. That we offer a unanimous vote of Unless the operators treat with the departed for tho Sierra Anchas at thanks to theso splendid speakers, will 7 o'clock tonight1, but they do not ex- Scale Committee this week there both at homo and from abroad, who WILL ASK DEATH p of the union pect to arrive before tomorrow morn- bo a complete tie-uhave brought us such inspiring messmines embraced In the strike ordered ing. PENALTY FOR TWO ages of cheer, of encouragement and For tho last ten years conditions A call was Issued tonight by the ., good wllL . i 4 grown worse, declare Sheriff for cowboys to hold them- havo steadily "-Resolved second the mines, until today conditions are selves In readiness for duty In event That we extend to Miss Goldname They say they DRAFT RESISTERS IN OKLAHOMA the rangers are unable to quiet the almost intolerable. Qur sincere thanks for her useful and face the strike with a sense of duty CfUILTY OF TREASON IS Indians. scientific demonstrations of drying A forest ranger who made twenty-tw- o and a demand for justico with the OFFICIAL VIEW. and canning fruits, vegetables, etc., miles over rugged mountain solid support of the public which, it thereby aiding very materially la In no uncertain trails to reach a telephone, informed Is said, condemns making conditions better in our taken by Sheriff Armer that forest fires were terms the unpatriotic-stan, Oklahoma City, Aug. 8. Confi- homes and op the table. being started in the vicinity of the the operators in refusing to even dis Resolved third a majority of the residence that men. mines and that attempts to burn cuss, a Settlement with the That wo deeply appreciate tho dents of Central Oklahoma are loyal Every delegate voted to strike. mine buildings were prevented only States and willing to splendid music, both vocal and Into tho United by prompt action of guards. do military servlco despite organized strumental and extend our sincere According to tho ranger, two In- CO. 11 VOTES THANKS to all who have assisted in TO HARTFORD CITIZENS resistance to the draft on the part of thanks dustrial Workers of tho World ora few was expressed tonight by Gov. any way in making that part of tho ganizers have been actlvo among tho program a complete success. Office of Co. H, Camp Stanley, Robert L. Williams, In commenting forco of 150 Mexicans and Indians nesolved fourth Lexington. Ky.. Aug. 3, 1917. Miss on tho fact that normal conditions employed In the district. The rapg-or'- s 'j hat wo thank aiil congratula Ky. virtually have been restored In the statements wero corroborated by es Marks and Glenn, Hartford, men have been the iVrent committee') and fie Manager Tiffany, of the mining com- While assembled recently tho mem- counties where three toin the efforts to qull opposi- community who have worked panies, who telephoned to the Sheriff bers of Company II voted unani- killed gether bo harmoniously and untirmously to extend to you and tho pat- tion to tho draft. from Rice, Ariz. "I did not want to send troops in ingly In their efforts to entertain the riotic citizens who aided you, most make the Chautauqua a hoarty thanks for tho excellent dona- there except as a last resort," the people and every way and who have AMFIUCN AVIATORS mess. Governor said. "To let the citizens success tn FIGHT AGAINST ODPS tion made to tho Company succeeded so well even beyond the But in my opinion thanks in this thfynselvos put down the trouble was The satis unassailable proof that as a wholo expectations of the most enthusiastic Paris, Aug. 8 A patrol of fin case, aro not sufficient. or optimistic. Lafayette Escardrlllo, composed of faction of knowing that you aro neip-In- g tho people wero absolutely loyal and Resolved fifth to thoroly amenable to law and order." these unselfish volunteers Adjts. Lufbery, Lovell. Willis and That it is tho unanimous sentiment were arFifty moro draft reslsters Parsons, engaged six German avia- moro cheerfully faco tho unknown we adrested today, Including two alleged of this gathering that when tors six mllos within tho German future is far better. Caleb, and a man journ this evening wo leave hero leadors, "Doc" Very Sincorely, lines In Belgium on Sunday. Tho atr aud named Fink. It was nnounced that firmly resolved to hold another ALLISON J. BARNETT, battle was progressing favorably for Grovo, and John if poslble a greater Chautauqua in Iloy Crane, of Oak Capt. Co. II, 3d Ky. Inft. tho Americans, when- - six other GerBarnhardt, of Wewoka, said to be 1918. man aviators Joined in, forcing tho Resolved sixth organizor of tho "Working Class Americans to withdraw before the GERMANY'S NEED That wo each and every one hero GOLlf CONFIRMED Union," were two of tho mon for Although OF superiority of numbers. firm whom tho Government will ask tho assembled leave hero with the they had been" fighting for some lltllo resolve to do whatever comes within Washington, Aug. 8. Confirma- death penalty on charges of treason. tlmo,' tho quartet got away without making better The rank and file of the mon in- our power toward tion has reached tho State Departreceiving a bullet hole. of homos, roads, schools and churches most A Gorman aviator who had been ment of the report that Germany lta3 volved in the disturbance, class, and lend willingly servlco to every attacked by Lufbery was seen glid- demanded a loan In gold from Switz- them of the tenant farmer movoment for right, righteousness ing down with his propeller st.oppod. erland in return for coal. In olllclal likely will have to face the leased way wo of conspiracy to ovado tho and truth, and aid In every as It is bellevod a bullet disabled his circles hero- this is taken cau toward making better horns, a to tho storlos of, financial draft. motor. community, a better County About three hundred mn have bettor Tho weather has cleared and tho dllllcultle in which German)- finds cuBtoday and tho and in tho end a greater Common boen taken into members of tho Lafayette Escardrlllo herself at present. leaving tho final result of our Germany Is In sad need of gold to problem of feeding their depend- wealth, aro anxious to got Into action again, In n few labor and our efforts In the hand and It Is probable their desires will;.meot tho obligations which sho has ents will demand attention Him who doeth all things well." Incurred with those ueuirais wuu (lays. be granted. on Aug. I -I whom he can trade, for German paper money Is no longer In favor and tho value of the German mark Is depreciating almost to tho vanishing point. 'Switzerland Is resisting the demand nnd If It is pressed, she Is In far better shape than Holland or the Scandinavian countries to meet either military or economic aggrea-slo- u from Germany. Under present conditions Switzerland is dependent upon Germany for her coal, but it Is believed that tho Allies may bo able to meet her needs With tho restoration to Franco of the mining region so long In German hands, the supplies of tho Allies may he Increased to such an extent that Switzerland can be supplied In spite of tho drain caused by urgent appeals from Italy for fuel. HUNDREDS ATTEND FARMERS' CHAUTAUQUA TRUE KENTUCKY HOSPITALITY WAS SHOWN HY JIAT.VXZAS "CITIZENS. 1 BSggsfe- &r-.- . SgsSifer &rZS&&Zgv&. ' A d J - ls I . fcM.4 jjg'WihXMX'Ol1.'' -- TOTtrtnsfi- r- 24iaraS2i tSSSs i , i ' t ... over, sucu a Slop wnuiii noi nu iiikcii you will find that Russia's demorali miliuntil the Governors asked for zation and disintegration would have TREASON CHARGED EARLY PEACE tary forces to restore order. They takon place beforo it did. The galwould bo furnished promptly by delant armies of Franco might have DRAFT RES1STERS partment commanders, without red been overwhelmed. ALLIES HOPE tape or delay. "What kind of peaco would they Gen. Crowder also took action to- have had then? It would not havo Iday to reduce tho number of applica been a been- a peace; it would have TACK SLACKERS MILITARY tions for exemption, which news HKITISII PRIME MINISTER FLAT. conquest, a subjugation of Europe. COURT MARTIAL FOR IjV PHLMCTS AN EARLY placed In Indicate aro being filed. In a Europe would have been DESERTION. VICTOnY. telegram to all Governors, ho directservitude to a great dominating ed that local boards be Instructed to Power; there would have been many furnish to newspapers hereafter, from nations, but ono great Power. Tho all registered names taken PEACE liulomnlty might havenavies, the form DEATH IS THE PENALTY day to day,apply for ofexomptlon, tho WANTS RUSSIA mon who and Euof tho surrender of grounds asserted to support such rope would have been at the mercy of the worst elements of that dominat- I oral Official To AhhWI Government claim, and the action taken by tho lint Is Determined To Klplit To Holil ing Power. board. In cases of discharge for phyIn Hrlngliig Them To Her Noly Won sical disqualifications, this does not 'The Allied Powers at the first Hook. LIlKTty. apply, as theso aro not cases whero moment folt Instinctively that a great ap-- j exemption is claimed, but are the remenace to human liberty had sult of rejection by a board. Tho on the horizon, and they aceared Washington, Aug. 4. Registered specific reason for rejection will not America saw London, A,ug. 4. Europe, bled cepted the challenge. Gen. Crowder's telewar, many of It and Joined us. That is what the men who resist the selective draft bo published. white by a threo-yea- r court-martifor gram follows: her cities in ruins, lier people burden-n- t Germans have been striving against- law face military hv debts of billions which this gen for three years, and not without sue- desertion and tho possibility of exeLet l'urts lie Known. cution for desertion In time of war. eration or the next will never repay, j cess "Tho names oi ail registered men The wholo military and civil power Is turning again to thoughts of peace nro on a list aranged In the order In Knler Change Tune. of the Federal Government and tho and rehabilitation. which they will be called for military "We have checked the ambitions of today became more evident Germany. The nations of the world civil nowcr of tho States, cities, or iSorvlnn. Wherever anv roclstored This bring than ever. The word, which has been have-- been climbing painfully tho counties will bo employed to person Imposes upon n local board them to book. for three years in Europe's step that led to national Independbreathed and improperly secures n certificate This was announced In a formal chancellories, is now being openly ence and France and statement tonight by Brig. Gen. of exemption or discharge, he adin public by leaders of the discussed Great Britain reached tho platform Enoch H. Crowder, Provost Marshal vances tho time of call of all other vnrring nations. long ago, and then came a great Pow General, in response to reports from uncalled persons on tho list. . ... David Lloyd Georsc, urn sn i Time "For this reason every registered o thrust ,he naMong ,)ack to ,he North Carolina, Georgia and Oklaho- person, and to some extent every perttn Minister, today flatly llM dark gervltudc. That is what we ma, of autldraft disturbances. As early victory. Ho was speaking be- son In the community, Is more or loss thrcc yet the power of tho Federal Govern. , fore a great patriotic meeting in Interested In seeing that the Hffcrcnt Invoked by the directly ment has not been Queen's Hall, commemorative of the laiicunce true facts aro brought to the attenfighting to protect Ger Governors of the three States, nor by third anniversary of the war. For every Even now neither he nor the agents of the Department of Jus- tion of the Government. MIchaelis, man soil. Chancellor, In Berlin, Chancellor has said they tice. The only official notice receiv lociW board a person has been desighis new back from an interview with the Em- v ould he satisfied with German soil. nated who will receive Information of peror of Austria, who is known to be They talked glibly of peace, but stam- ed in Washington of the disturbances such cases and take appeals to tho Notwithstandlnd tho fact that Monterey produces millions of anxious to the point of impatience mered when they came to tho word was a telegram from the Governor of district board or Inform the local dollars worth of potatoes, sugar beefs, apples, peaches, barley, regfor peace while conceding that peace 'restoration.' Beforo we enter a peace J'orth Carolina, saying that tho alfalfa, dairy products, live stock, etc., there Is much land that board. istered men of two townships In tho promising hinted prospects wero not only needs farmers and settlers to mako It moro Intensively pro"For this reason, tho public Is enthey must learn to utter ' Slate might refuse In a body to com-- I developments" conference "unexpected that ductive. This is a rich coast county with n mild even climate. that word to begin with. Our gallant ply with the sumons for examination. titled to know the grounds upon might make a sudden change in the fellows are gradually going to cure which claims for exemption or disYOU CAN SEE THIS COUNTRY WITHOUT LEAVING HOME No official word came from Oklahoma outlook. charge arc being asked by registered Kaiser of his stutter 'restoratottering Russia, anx- the is tho first letter; then we will where the most serious situation pre- men. Wo havo Issued a beautifully illustrated booklet telling of MonMeanwhile, tion' vails. It was believed the Governor, terey County, nnd tho opportunities thero for YOU. Send us ten ious for peace but determlned-t- o fight talk. boards should therefore be "Locnl both in his official Stato capacity and cents for this booklet and a sAnplo copy of Sunset Magazine to hold her new won liberty, was des"War is a ghastly business, but it as the direct agent of the Presidnn' Instructed immediately to make nvallperately trying to reorganize her is not as grim as a bad peace. There tie one big National Magazine telling of tho life and developto tho press from day to day the able is ment of tho West. Address, Cabinet and compose her internal af- is an end to a horrible war, but a bad In the execution of the draft law .names of persons claiming exemption fairs while her armies continued to peace will go on and on, staggering confident that order can be restored lor discharges, the ground on which SUNSET MAGAZINE SERVICE HUREAU, KAN FRANCISCO retreat Into their own territory be- from one war to another. The Pruss- without military aid. There will be jsuch claims aro based, and In gen-'orno hesitation, however, In employing fore the final desperate spurt of tho ian war lords have not yet abandoned the number of cases that are, ho- v Germans on the Eastern front, a spurt their ambitions; they are only dis- Federal troops if they are needed. ling disposed of by the boards from Gen. Crowder's statement, formu- day to day. This instruction does not designed to force Russia's withdrawal cussing of the the postponement lated after conference with officii!! of I apply, of course, to discharge on the war. from the realization of their ambitions. tho Justice Department, follows: Germany metwwhile, was completground of physlclal disqualification." "The next time the Prussian war Imw To Take Cour-- o. reorganization of her own lords mean to mako sure. There ing the Officials believo'tho effect of this "peaco cabi"Whether in Oklahoma or any- order will be to curb applications for Cabinet the must be no next time. Let us have Mr. Marion Holcomb, of Nancy, Ky., says: "For quite net" of the "peace Chancellor" done with it. Do not let us repeat where else If persons who are regular- exemption to n largo extcnl. Men a long while 1 suffered witli stomach trouble. I would ly selected for military service under who do not havo legitimate excuses Mlchaellis. Dr. Richard von Kuehl-manthis horror. Let us make victory the selective soldiers act fail to obey have pams and a heavy feeling after my meals, a most opponent of the Tirpitz policy nro not expected to court the scorn of such that national liberty, whether disagreeable taste in my mouth. If I ate anything with of ruthless submarine warfare was for small or great nations, can never when properly notified and called, neighbors who would recognlzo the butter.oil or grease, I would spit it up.. ,1 began to have they will be reached and overtaken weakness of their pleas wlrcn publish- -' have been appointed to reported to be challenged. The small nation must by regular sick headache. 1 had used pills and tablets, but law ed. Men whose cases arc clear, how- -' d the strong arm of the Federal the post of Foreign Minister, be as well protected and guarded as after a course of these, I would be constipated. It just by Herr Zimmerman, Junkand brought before the proper reg- ever, and who are entitled to exembig nation." the seemed to tear ray stomach all up. I found they were istration boards." er leader; and Dr. von Walleraff, ption, officials believe, will bo glad to no good at all for my trouble. I heard In practice, under Gen Crowder's have their neighbors know their Burgomaster of Cologne, was reportSummer Complain. law, registered men of the ed to have been made Secretary for and that It Is not lack of THEDFORD'S During the hot weather of the' sum- instruction appear for examination, who do not Home Affairs. (patriotism or fear which lias promptmer months some member of almost to the district boards ed them to seek relief frotn military Dispatches from Rome indicate every family Is likely to be troubled will be posted that the Vatican is considering throw- with an unnatural looseness of the as selected for military service as service. Exemption In such cases, period allowed j officials declare, will bo generally aping the whole of Its political weight bowels, and It is of the greatest im soon as tho five-da- y into the scales of the Allies, the con- portance tkat this be treated promptly them to put in an appearance after proved, and the parents and relatlvos tinued deportation of Belgians by which can only be done when the me- they have been summoned, has elaps- of boys who will be taken aro entitlGermany being regarded as unbear dicine is kont at hand'. Mrs. F. F. ed. Two days more will elapse after ed to know why tho boys of their their names reach the district board able by the Pope. recommended very highly, so began to use it. It cured Scott, Scottsvllle, N. Y states, "I to which appeal action by the Indi- neighbors were not taken. Vienna continues to inspire peace first used Chamberlain's Far from regarding tho progress me. I keep it in the house all the time. It is the best Colic and talk. The Emperor is anxious for Diarrhoea Remedy as much as fivo vidual is to be made. They will then of tho selection process ns slow, Gen. liver medicine made. I do not have sick headache or bebe posted to the Adjutant General of nny sort of an agreement which will years ago. At stomach trouble any more." Black-Draug- ht acts on that time I had a se- the State as selected to fill the quotas Crowder bellovcs rapid strides aro guarantee the empire its former vere attack of summc complaint and ing made. If reports were available the Jaded liver and helps it to do its important work of boundaries. This desire is inspired. It was suffering intense pain. Ono dose of their district. throwing.out waste materials and poisons fromjhe systonight, he said, from each of the Orders for the mobllzatlon of tho 4,000 local boards. It would bo shown Is believed by the fact that Austria-Hungar- y tem. Tin's medicine should be in every kousehold for my relieved me. Other members of is rapidly nearlng the end family have since used it with like selected men will be given some time that many thousands of mci have use in time of need. Get a package tcTday. If you feel during tho present month. If tho already been passed physically, filed sluggish, take a dose tonight You will feel fresh toof her resources, human financial and results. ib register falls to obey that order, ho no application for exemption and nro morrow. Price 25c a package. All druggists. Industrial. Hungary today is declarwill be set down as absent without now merely awaiting orders to Join raised ed in Swiss dispatches to have ONE CENT A DOSE leave, and the machinery of tho army the colors. An accurate estimate of (I 73) the age limit of her armies to 52 MADE ROOKIE SALUTE THEN no TIMES AND will be set In motion to bring him in. tho number In this class Is not obbeing called to years, all landsturm In addition, all Stato and municipal tainable. the colors. authorities and United States MarAug. 4. Hopeful. Llojil Groi'KO Fort McPhearson, Ga ' But the most important announceAsk A ii) ono Who Mas Usl It. The salute in military circles is a shals will 1e used to apprehend him. GF.RMANVH IfKACE Ho was Just In, tho prlmo of life. Ho Thero aro families who always aim ment of the day by far Is that of courtesy, but it. proved to bo a source When it is clear that ho is wilfully ALMS PUIILISHKI) died of typhoid. with no Intention to keep a bottlo of Chamberlain's ColLloyd George. Tho Premier's own of exercise to a candidate and a young absenting himself I Typhoid is a prevontablo disease. words on peace aro: Lieutenant in the Reserve Corps. Or, of reporting to tho army, a charge of ic Diarrhoea Remedy In tho liouso for London, Aug. 4. Tho joko nbout l'coplo get It from eating Infected will bo placed against him. uso In caso it is noeded, and find that "The sunshine of victory is Just at least, that is tho story the rookie desertion or drinking Infected milk or wat- After a f From that time on, any civil officer it Is not only a gooil investment but tho pamphlet, "Germany ahead for the Allies. officers tell. him will earn a reward saves them no end of suffering. As Good Pcuo and a Had," published In t. If tbo extracts from porsons with "Nobody In Britain, Fiance, Italy, In the mad dash for Atlanta to who arrests a candidate pass- of $50. to its reliability, ask anyono who has tho Wcser Gazotto under tho head- - Jtypliohl wero kept out of tho things Russia or even In Germany and Aus- spend the week-en- d t"er persons eat anil drink tho Sentence Is Death. m Ing, "Lelimann's War Alms," Is out. used It. tria has any idea how near the sum- ed in a sweeping strldo with mind knows that Lohmann is or ca8 would bo done away with. It : If found guilty by courtmartlal of we are." upon matters other than milimit of hopes intent was tho ordinary barrack-roog desertion, tho individual may bo sent- TOWN OF 15,000 TO nnino ,s n fltl disease. Every caso is duo The premier's speech vtda one of tary, did not saluto tho t the fact that someone not necess- HE HUILT IN HARLAN for tho Kaiser. tho moot powerful he has ever de- officer. An arresting command from enced to death and only tho President A resumo of tho alms Is that the "') tho person taking the disease can savo him from punishment. contag- the Lieutenant brought his errant atlivered. His optimum was t been decently careful, Gen. Crowder belloves that tho reTho Entente is to pay all of Germany's lll Mlddlcsborough, Ky., Aug ious and his words carried sich an tention to the fact. ll Some day bo sufficiently In Oklahoma and elsewhere United State. Coal and Coko Comp- war costs. Including the cost of Gcr- - I imputation of facts to support them "You'vo been hero long enough sistors to tho valuo of human llfo entlro empire tonight is to know," the Lieutenant Informed aio acting under a delusion, fostored any, a subsidiary of tho UHlted States many's armaments for tho next forty educated that tho conto Steel Corporation, purchased 20,000, j years, amounting to 20,000,000,000 n"'l "i vlrturp of cleanlinoss heartened, both by tho prospect of an him, as his chest swelled and his probably by agitators, that aro ducting a pollticlal campaign agakist acres of coal lands in Harlan county, pounds (almost ?l00,ouo,ooo,000,) mhhio oui uio uiseaso. ir wo wero deepened, "that It Is tho early victory and an early peace. voice peoplo wo-btho draft, whereas tho time for that and has started construction if a part to be paid In raw material and Scully tho enlightened in the army to saluto your Tho Promier paid a trlbuto to was com- mining camp for 15,000 men. Tho surrender of half tho Entente's sometimes Imnglno ourselves to be. I should regret very much for when tho registration Italy, whose greatness, hw said, was In wo would spare some of tho money no Itself additional security for peaco you to bo discourteous to officers, pleted. Tho Government takes un- camp Is modeled after Gary, hid., nnd merchant fleets and the solzuro of nil wo now spend, for war equipment, proceedings now private and public property In tho Its mines will bo lighted by electriand want you to remember you must interest In their and liberty thruout tho world. less they full to report to their com- city; houses will havo lights and annexed territory, which includes or for whiskey and tobacco, and do It So stand at attention and "WfMt aro tho Allies fighting for," saluto. panies when called. Thero Is no ques- water, streots will bo paved and light- Courlaiul, Lithuania, Kavonia, Estho-nl- right now. E. E. Miller. In Southorn asked tho Premier. "They are fight- saluto mo fifty times." Houlogno, Morocco, Agriculturist. Calais, tion involved of civil court or local ed. Hospitals, assembly trails and straightenAs ordered, tho rookie ing to defeat tho moht dangerous army officers will theaters aro planned. rrench Estot Africa, Ilrltlsh East conspiracy over polled against the ed and began tho ordeal. When lie Jurlos. Thirteen Somlrantl Gibraltar, Malta, CyA Compliment .Modified. Flvp thousand laborers will start liberty of nations. Tho meeting of had snapped his hand tp tho visor of pass on tho cases of tho mon when prus, Adon, Perlin, all Portugal's t book, and tho work at once. "Evor seo n picture of any Jupanese tho representatives of tho Central his hat and withdrawn it about thirty they nro brought fc Is availand wrestlers?" Capacity of tho mines is 15,000 African coIohIos and HrToy Powers on July 5, 1911, when tho times tho performance was interrupt- armed strength of tho Nation Lognwy. bring them to book. wag"No," replied tho man wlio Is try-to- g tons dally. Material, lumber, train for war fired, was ono of tho ed. A Major, In tho rogular army, able to . to reduco. As to those who nro aiding orabet-In- g ons and mules havo been shipped to moist slnlste opisodos lit tho story of halted it to Inquiro the reason. Tho HusinotM Scholarship. tho situation Is tho now town. All lumber and sap-pU.... .. 111 "They ure, Invariably large, fat 1 tho resistors ...In with military dispatch, . Lleutonaut MUIUail IfSnllil.thU. will Wo havo for sale, a scholarship, mon." wero bought In Middlcsboro told his supcrlor.of tho circumstances, different. Whllo tho Govcrmneni i;iigiiiuirs inicnt-mioii- . bring in men who Tho town will bo located on Loonoy good tor a completo courso In either "I wish you hadn't turd mo that. "What would havo happened If lis was gratified whon tho Major ad- mako no offort to Rookkooplng and Amounting or My wife was just saying that my do not oboy tho summons of tho local Creak. the vised tho rooklo to continue. C'.rcut llrl'taln had not entered Stonographors Courso In tho Owens-bor- o attempt to is beginning to mako mo look As tho candidate withdrew a weary selection boards or war? What would havo happened If Uuslnoes & Industrial College liko an athlete." tholr attendanco in nny way unboon there to right arm to his side, after tho fiftieth our groat navy had not military For particulars apply at Republican What would havo saluto and prepared to depart, tho til thpy havo passed into tho I keen tho hoas? office. tt status, it will uso every energy to Keuso of Justice. boon thoro Major took charge of tho hnppontid If wo had not pro-vo'JfTho parrot I bought uses' violent, For Infants and Children "Lloutenant," he advised, "you btainp out disorders designed to to keep tho ring nnd see a certain tho execution of the Federal In Use For Over jnoasuro of faJr play? what would know it U ulso customary In the army Years The Prtco of Ignorance and Unclean, laiuguago." replied linen. For this purpose tho President Always bears "Lady," tho dealor, "I havo hupponod If wo had not raised for tho ofllcfcr to return tho salute of laws. A frlond of mine, ood of tho Mate's won't .dony that ho does swear somo. has legal power to employ tho army to confront tho Gorman an enllstod mun. So, ki bo eonslstent, the huge armlw earnest and useful farmers and ngrl- - Rut you must glvo him credit for tho in any Stato without reforenco to tho Signature of loglonB? return tho flfty salutes." cultural leaders, died tho other day. fact that ho doesn't drluk. or gamble.' Stato authorities. In practice, how- Ho did. you follow UlObO quofatlons out "If !MMMMro&SM09SMM$9M - NOTICE! BUY YOUR STRAW HAT FROM al $ Hub Clothing Co, HARTFORD, KY. I self-respe- P'" SSSVBSSSS?S5 Monterey oouniy iNeecis Good Farmers , .... t i i j ' al STOMACH TROUBLE n, recent-lyvacate- black-draug-ht natty-lookin- m .. I us-to- m I offl-cer- s. a, At-rlc- a, .... cs en-for- co tcto-n-tet- nt CASTOR 30 A Ga&(fte&X I vm i. uU. A'.r.. itAijiiJh 41 C -a -- t i,tttwm.mafetj 3,000,000 MEN i IN FRENCH ARMY NATION THAT HAS HOUXIJ WAR'S Itlil'NT f'OXSKRVKS IIHR Washington, Am'. 4. Krnnce, tlio nation that suffered the lirunt of the wnr nt the beginning, litis 3,000,000 men In the battle zone today. Tills ln'l.000,000 mure thnn rushed to tlio muchliie colurs when the Teuton surged on townnl Ilclglum. Sho en n maintain this number effectively for several ycara to come. , Franco, nltho unprepared nml In Iho midst of the wnr so Iky Industries that now her production of munitions Is almost Inexlinus-tlhl- e even by tlio present employment of unheard-o- f quantities. Whllo iloltiR this for herself, the nation hns completely cd the llelglan, mid Serbian and Greek armies. Complete exposition of this wonderful work of Frnnce was Riven to Secretary of wnr linker by M. Andre Tnrdleu, High Commslsloner of the French Hepubllc and made public today. Text of Letter. Sesretary M. Tardlen's lcttw to Uaker reads. July 30, 1017. "Dear Mr. llakcr. "1 brought to your knowledge In a recent tnlk tho surprise 1 felt In reading so often In American newspapers some utterly lnaccurato Information regarding tho military conditions prevailing In Europe and especially In the French Army. In connection with our conversation, 1 it In Veve it would be of Interest to to you some figures which, better thnn nny comments will expose to you the reality. The'so figures will show you Franco as she really Is, vigorous and powerful In spite of three years of suffering without precedent In history. "The strength in men, now present in the zone of the armies alone, shows the maximum figure reached during the war. This figure which amounts to a little less thnn three millions of men, exceeds liy over a I million tho number of men actually In the zone nt the beginning, and one must add to that figure the men in tho zone of tho Interior and In the colonies. "We nre certain with the resources ts of our metropolitan and colonial to be able to mnlntnln thnt number up to Its present level for a long tlmo to come. Our strength in men by reason of a better command, and of better methods r Instruction, has shown slnco thelieglnnlng of the war, constantly decreasing definitive cnsti-nltl(killing, missing and those taken prisoners. "Tho following figures substantiate re-arpre-kettie-poes slon of 739 kilometers. Twenty-seve- n kilometers nro held by tho Belgians, 13S by the English r.74 by the French Tho French army holds acordlngly of the Western moro thnn front, that Is to say, of tho front where the enemy hns always directTho German ed Its chief exertion. divisions In line on tho Western front, were moreover In June, 1917, distributed ns follows: "Forty-tw- o opposlto the English, A eighty-on- e opposlto the French. German ; division holds nn nverngo front of four kilometers, 700 meters; n French division nn average front of five kilometers, 500 meters, that Is h more. to say, Wo nre amply furnished with '75s.' Slnco tho beginning of the war the number of these guns were constantAs for heavy artillery ly Increased. we had In August, 1914, 300 guns grouped In regiments. In June, 1917, wo had 6,000 of them, mostly modem. Our output of munitions was arranged In August, 1914, for 13,000 shots of '75s a dny. It Is now arranged for 350,000 shots of '75s' and 100,000 shots of heavy guns. "To bo equal to this enormous production, Invaded France did not hesitate In tho midst of war, to create new Industries and to bestow on military Industries tho best of Its productive strength. " M. Tnrdleu says there were fired on German trenches In ono of tho last offensives, for ono lineal meter. Field artillery 407 kilogrammes; trench artillery, 203 kilogrammes; heavy artillery 704 kilogrammes, and high power, 123 kilogrammes. Monthly expenditure of ammunition for tho 75s were: July, 191G, 0,400,000 shells; September, 191C, 7,000,000 shells; October, 191C, 5,500,000 shells. "During tho last offensive Ihe expenditure was 12,000,00 shots in all calibre. 1 might also add that we completely and tho Uolgian, Serbian and Greek armies. The number of heavy guns given by us to the Allies exceeds S00.' two-thirone-sixt- ! ROOT HAS FIRM FAITH IN RUSSIA i)i:clari:s ami;rica must make mighty effort 'ra autocracy. iiowx Don't Let Your Cough Ilnng On. A cough that racks and weakens your Is dangerous, It undermines health and thTlves on neglect. Relievo It nt onco with Dr. King's New Discovery. This soothing balsam remedy bonis the throat, loosens the phlegm, Its antiseptic properties kill tho germ nnd tho cold Is quickly broken up. Children and grown-up- s nlike find Dr. King's New Discovery pleasant to take as well as effective. Have a bottle handy in your medicine chest for grippe, croup At affections. nnd nil bronchial druggists, 50c m 3 (JKRMANY IS FACED IIY COAL SllORTAGF. this: "Ilattles of Charlerol and of the Marne, 5.41 per cent casualties In to the total mobilized proportion strength. "First six months of 1915, 2.30 per cent casualties. "Second bIx months of 191U, l.CS per cent casualties. "First six months of 191G, 1.47 per cent casualties. "Second six months of 101C, 1.2S casualties. "For measuring the offensive and (kVonslvo quality of tho troops Whoso numerical strength I have Indicated nbove, I can do nothing better than to quote some more figures. "The Western front has an extcn- - WOMAN GOULD Ilerlln, Aug. 4. The fcd, crisis In Germany Is practically ended, at least for eight or ten months, but many other serious economic difficulties remain Tho worst ono of them is the lack of coal. Thousands of war pris-cne- is formerly employed in the mines had to be sent to the rurnl districts for the summer ns farm labon rs to secure the much needed harvesJ, and is that all of the mines tho rcs-il- t have to be worked with greatly reduced irews. Tho transportation problem also grow more and more difficult. Every car nnd locomotive Is needed fur military nnrposes. and even the limited uunntllles of coal mined can not bo shipped. Many cities, especially In tho southern states, havo not fuel enough .for their gas works and electric power plants, which have been rnrtly closed In many Instances. In Strassburg, Stuttgart, Mann-heland many other cities the uso of gas for cooking has been prohibited, nnd between the hours of 7 a. 3x. and 7 p. m. nobody Is permitted Xo use gas for any purpose. m u HARDLY STAND . Restored to Health by LydU E.Pinkham's Vegetable quarter. Compound. my out their money for treatment 1CLHKU Stomach and Liver Trouble. 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Faith in the ability of Russia to overcome her difficulties and perpetuate a great and free democracy was expressed today by Ellliu Root, head of the American mission to Russia, In n speech deliverMuscle Soreness Relieved. ed nt a luncheon here In honor of the Unusual work, bending and lifting return of the mission. The members or strenuous exercise is a strain on of the party landed here late last the, muscles, they becomo sore and night. After tho luncheon today they still, you nro crippled and in pain-- . hoarded a special train which will Sloan's Liniment brings you quick carry them to Washington. relief, easy to apply, it penetrates "I havo abiding faith that Russia, without rubbing and drives out the thru trinl and tribulation, will work soreness. A clear liquid, cleaner out, create nnd perpetuate a great, than mussy plasters or ointments, It free, selfgovemlng democracy," Mr. docs not stain the skin or clog the pores. Always have a bottle handy Root said In his address. Professing a sincere admiration for the pains aches of rheumatism, for the kindly character of the Russ - lgout, lumbago, grippe, bruises, stiff- Ian people "considerate of the rights ness, backache and all external pain. 3 nnd feelings of others, and with a At your druggist, 25c. and a high capacity for noble Idealism, heading always in a! UNION CALLS OFF STRIKE IX MIXES better way toward higher things," he pleaded for deep sympathy for the Mndlsonville, Ky., Aug. 4. Declar- nation, "which Is struggling with the probloms that we have been studying lng that the coal operators organlza- ' for 140 years and have not yet solved. tlon Is too strong to be defeated the U. S. Must Lend Way. United Mine Workers today called off Delclarlng that "America must the strike in the five counties of its manhood with democracy kins, Webster, Christian, Union and against tho power of plutocracy," he Henderson. s, said, there will bo death, widowed j National Organizer George sacrlflco and suffering, doubt, grove, who Is here, received instruc-almo- st despair. In tho end will rise tlons tonight from the International a great free country, remade In the Executive Council to notify the men spirit of our fathers, compentent to now out on strike to find work Its divine mission and over they can get It either In the carry liberty and justice thruout tho local fields or in other. fields. Their transportation will be paid by the world. "Don't argue about why wo are union if they are forced to leave the In the war, but realize that the time State. In the statement calling off the has now come when American liber-- 1 ty, American justice, Ameriswn lndep- - strike, the council declares only endenco nnd freedom is the Make for twenty per cent of the men employed In the five counties responded to the wlilch wo must fight.' order, and that to continue Basil Soldatken Koff, special en- walk-ovoy of the Russian government, ac- the fight Is too costly and will pnly companying tho mission, expressed mean defeat for the union In the end. tho gratitude of the new Republic for At present the operators In the five the help 'And sympathy extended to It counties affected are producing moro by America. Ho asserted that the two coal today than July 3 when the needs of tho new Russia were time strike was called. and friendly sympathy. O.arles Edward "Rusbell, sociologist NEW PLAXES SHOOT THRU BLADES OF PROPELLERS a member of the mission, said: "Be of good cheer In regard to Russia. Washington. Aug. 4. War DeIf democracy survives in the world, partment officials just learned that the people of "Russia will rule." Of the task before America he the latest Allies, battleplane carries said: "If n man now says, "My wages six machine guns. Three are stationary, at the front, beforo my country," or "My balance my country," or "My their time of fire so synchronized sheet before class or creed or association before that tho shots go between tlie rapidly hit-timy country," he is not an American. revolving propeller Instead of them. America Is In peril. "No question Is These three guns make a cone of worthy of consideration until we settle the question of whether democracy fire, and are set in action by a lever rhall live. Democracy hangs by a controlled by the aeroplane driver. There are two other machine guns thread. Its existence depends upon union and utmost determination pointed upwards, and which can be the swung from side to side. These are of the United Statw of America. Duncan, vice president of handled by the machine gun operator, James the American Federation of Labor, carried for that purpose. He also handles the sixth gun, after paying a high tribute to the becovering the pointed downwards, havior of tho Russian people during declared space below the planir, hitherto withHie past three months, out protection. earnestly. Xo Time To Squabble. Chronic Constipation. squabble over "This is no timo to It is by no means an easy matter to of Tho worklngmen Incidentals. can be done of tho President cure this disease, but it America nro back In most instances by taking Chamberand the Government. The light now Tablets and complying with the , Is fwtween autocracy and democracy." lain's plain printed directions that accompMnj. Gen. Hugh L. Scott, chief of in any each package. Etati of the United Stntes Army, responded to cals by n declaration that 102 YEARS OLD, HUT the American nrmy that Is to be sent FEELS TTXH AS EVER to Franco will g under better auspices, better equipped, better Astoria, Ore., Aug. 4. "I sleep than any previous American well, eat heartily, enjoy every minute army has over gone into battle. of tho day and am feeling line," said Henry Hill Watson, of Oswego, N. Y Trouble in ilic Sanctum. who Is here spending a vacation In The foreman entered the editorial hl3 102d year. That was his answer Ho was surprised to find to a question concerning how ho felt sanctum. tho editor's face badly bruised. after his trip across the continent. "Had a fall downstairs?" asked the Watson attributes Ills age and acforeman. tivity to right living in his youth. "No. It's our account of the Jones-Smit- h When 99 years old he traveled from wedding, which ought to read, Oswego to Colorado Springs to visit 'Mles Smith's dimpled, shining face his daughter nnd afterward returned formed a pleasant contrast with Mr. home. Jones' strong, bold physiognomy." Scientific and religious books are "And this is how it reads, "Miss his hobby. Smith's pimpled, skinny faco formed a pleasant contrast with Mr. Jones' Real St. Louis "For Rent" Ail. stony, bald physiognomy." Tho following ad recently appear"Sond that proofreader to mo at ed. This landlord Is to bo commendone ed, Indeed. once," ho continued, throwing Itandkorchlof In tho bloodstnlned Tor rent, houso facing St. Aloyslus Magnolia wnstobaskct and searching for a clean Church School, 5G0G 5 rooms ono. "Thoro's fight left In me yot." avenue; frnmo, basement, largo lot, chicken house, AVISCOXSIX l'LAXS TO growing garden; family without KEEP WAR STRENGTH children, ?15; with two children. ?12; ; six, $10. I want something Madison, Wis., Aug. 4. "Wiscon- bosldes tho fence running around my sin's "Iron llrlgndo" of Civil War houses. fiuno will bo ropeated in tho prosent , Reciprocity. war with Germany If necessary," acA colored man who prided himself cording to Adjutant General Holway. During tho Civil War Wisconsin on definitions was ono day asked for mndo an onvlablo record becauso her a deflnatlon of reciprocity by U whlto roglnients wore constantly recruited man. "Well, snh," said ho, "you see to complcto lighting strength. The that chicken houso ovn dar? Well, same methods employed nt that time do hens dey lay for do whlto folks. I luy for do hens, and do white folks aro In uso now. In resnoiiBO to President Wilson's day lays for mo; dot's resproclty.""' j i I self-contrHop-muster Har-hmncwhere-nccompllut ns I olll-cer- call 10,000 National Guardsmen were drafted Into Federal Service, Including six Infantry regiments, ono of cavalry, ono nrtlllery regiment, ono battalion of engineers, one signal corps, two field hospital companies nnd two nmbulnncc compnnlcs. While Dndger soldiers nre away six depot battalions of troops, 1,000 men each, will bo recruited and trained at Camp Douglas, State mobllzation point, to bo ready to fill nny vacan- cles In the ranks, In addition a home guard will be organized, consisting of those men who nro too old for active service. Children Cry for Fletcher's sdj rFV"'sHHVH per-tV1 Just-as-goo- d" The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been In use for over over 30 years, has borne the stennttim nf ana Has been made under his t; sonal supervision since its infancy. fZC4Gft4fyil .... 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The road to success is easy if you are properly prepared. A Business Education is the chief requiBito for preparedness. ' The big men of today almost with- out exception aro the men who prepared yesterday. We prepare you for the position that are waiting for ihe prepared man or woman. School n session tho entire year. Pupils may enter at any time and receive proper classification. f j I SI IB (Incorporated) ii ti OWENSBORO. KY. .ij.1 iJyrPnttt!, 11 Official. Tabulated Vote of Ohio County, Cast in Primary, August 4, 1917 DEMOCRATS Hop. REPUBLICANS Kerirociitathe Judge Co. Clerk .Indue Jailer s I Sheriff S1 Supt. Jailer s 1 i" PREGINGTS I n i East Hartford "West Hartford Beda . . Sulphur Springs Magan .. . . .' Cromwell Cool Springs North Rockport South Rockport Select Horse Branch Roslne ; East Beaver Dam West Beaer Dam McHenry Centertown Smallhous East Fordsvllle West Fordsvllle Aetnavllle Shreve Olaton Buford . .... 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I 6 9 5 2 6 30 2o 3 31 S 61 32 I 2S ! 10 3 1 1. 1 "I 3 6 2 27( I'l 11 l 12 2 H "il 2 II C I'l S I'l S .21l "I S - "I 4S 2G I 1 ! 10 M HI 19 13 20 19 l 15 3 5 I 35 1S S , I I . 1 Prntiss Herbert Arnold Render Simmons Total .t 3 1 10 3 6 6! 5 5 3 S 35 19 i 32 HI I 101 "I 61 "I 5 6 HI 33 10 10 13 3 16 25 ! 5 2 H 1 I l .J 1 I I .. 32 15 45 3 M 1 49 12 6 3 -- I'l OOI "h 12 25 35 50 j I'l 12 11 I .. .. 4 .. IS 1 3 I 61 3 1 ,.) II M I ..I I M ! ..I 57 - 20 6 I 1 2 3 2 1 1 1 1 3 13 9 3 131 I It 3 I 45) 13, 13 27 37 30 1S 1S 1 12 I .. 1 5 l 10 1 :o 16 .. 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Allow me to express my They have filled these offices so well Mncerc appreciation for your Interest that no one has seen fit to oppose support and favors shown me during them. Their election is therefore tin- - past few months. certain While I met defeat I do not feci that my time was lost at all. Th solutely 'foolish tommyrot, of which v porience was educative to me. as NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS well is pleasant to meet so man to a new the above is a sample. Bnbr1beT dwirtne the paper ftp? "Jw ddrwie muat rive the old addreen In making the nice ptople. 0freqneet. 51V TICKET. The National platform the Repub-McnBuilne Loral nnd Notice 10c per lice and 5c in Well, the Primary Election, Socialist and Democratic part-n- s per line tor eacb additional Insertion. OLItoarlt-- . and Card ol Tb inke.&c spite of the fact that the Hartford .ipprove, of women voting our line, monej In ndrftD'e Herald appears to want to open up I Stnte laws gives suffrage on school tor "rvlcei tree. Lot ottr the 'Republican pajt of it. In some Cnnrch .N'otlc The Republicans have nominated questions, as tho schools and homes line. dTrtIemente, S L. L. Embry, who has had the exthe are to vitunlly connected. I feel that comtnnnkatlonA 4nonymon 'l reolve no of speak.races, is over, behind us so perience of two sessions of the KenWe never before, perhaps, to this is not only right but Just. It Is tentlon lost more votes in a primary election, tucky Legislature already. One regone of the coming Issues to be met Old precedents, old the fact Is, we Individually landed ular term, and one special session. customs will ... CviEO."cezle.s.d. .... ,...i23 a very few, yet we are satisfied with It has been the unfortunate custom ' owntunlly be swept away as well as BBGmX' ; :i '" the ticket placed in the field by tho in Ohio County to send a new man up many of our laws now on tho statun majority vote of the Republicans on to he trained to his duties at each We feel thoroughly Justified In ibook. 1 feel the sooner we compreA D. Kirk whose nomination was FRIDAY U'Gl'ST 10 last Saturday, in what all men agree session of the Legislature, and as uncontested, Is the present able saying that Dlllls E Ward Is one of hend this the sooner wi will i.nvi. a result Ohio County has not had was the fairest Primary Election County Attorney Mr. Kirk was the most competent men who has taken a long stride toward success In benefit of an experienced man in r An now it's up to the Courts to ever held in Ohio County, one free the elected last November to serve out ever offered himself as a candidate trying to adjust ourselves to the of things, we realize that womeay whether the President can send from trickery and chicanery and in the General Assembly for a number the remainder of C. E. Smith's un-- l for orrIce ot Assessor. He is a man years; notwithstanding the expired term and it goes without say-i- t. wen educated, thoroughly honest nnd en have responsibilities ns well as the X. G. Troops and.dratfed men out ;io far as we know, not a single in- of whether candidate or not, in sonal fitness of her several repre-th- e p that Arthur is able to hold his reliable, well acquainted in the coun- the men, and In many more things of the country to fight. In the Legislature sentatlves. primary, has reason to with-hol- d own with the best of Attornies as a ty, and always faithful, prompt nnd than in tho past. from the ticket, by reason of perlence cdunts more than anything lepresentative of the County and efficient In the performance of duty. Our dear old friend, the Herald, "Tho spiritualized llfo of any honi" through The Republicans, can see more steam roller tactics in unfairness of any particular candl- - else. all litigation wherein it may Ohio County needs this man for Its Is the only true measuro of its worth. offer Slate in - their nominee. Lafe Embry, Republican the recent Primary date. The Ticket wasnot of our seImmaculate become his duty to serve. Mr. Kirk Assessor. He Is thoroughly familiar housekeeping nn lection, but it is our choice now, be- - Ohio County the first opportunity in has thoroughly' "Than Carter had Oats." familiarized himself with the new tax law of the State and household slavery nro now undera number of years to senl to the j cause it was and Is the choice of tho Is Just the mnn for tho place. stood not to bo real home making " Congres could save an Immense highest iiUmber of those Republicans Legislature a man already xperienc- - with all of the duties connected with The Republican ticket Is made up Ily which I mean that the office of County Attorney, he has scientific knowamount of time and worry by simply .'expressing their preference on last ed as well as otherwise highly quali-goiti- g a line upon the evidence given before of men from all sections of tho coun- ledge of homo making saves a great on and doing exactly as the Saturday and in addition Cii that fact, fled for the service. ty. Embry from Select, Cook from outlay of time, money the Grand Juries wherein Indictand strength President desires, because that is tho ticket Is a clean one, the various ments have been returned which is Arnold, Uratcher from the Center-tow- n and presents possibilities ot better what it dof-- in the end. individuals composing the ticket are country, Kirk from Fordsvllle. management, more worth quite a bit to the County and wisely directed worthy, honorable and deserve the energy, etc., thereby giving tho womMr. Kirk Is in all respects Ward from the No Crook neighborState. In the Primary last Saturday, the SUpport of every good Republican in well qualified and worthy, ho was a hood near Ueda, Howard from the an tlmo for hoclal. educational nnd highest number of votw cast by the the enUre County, and no other good successful teacher 'before he entered Select and Cromwell Country, Mox cultured improvement. "These In Democrats in any contest was 1.073, 'cmzen woul(1 bc (u3gracej i,y sup. tflio practice of law, several years ago. ley from the Olaton neighborhood clude all Inlluences that broaden and while the Republicans polled 2.G5S 'porting any one of tho Republican and Riley from Hartford. sweeten life." Jn their best race, quite a good omen. ; Nominees. We believe It's a wln- There can not bo n serious objecWomen cannot this day and time -.' r - v ".7., 'if tion urged against a single one of do ner. household drugery all tho time use in all or this luss uiint is tne them. The Republican nominees nnd at tho same tlmo tnako nn atbetween tho wets and drys, thetefore, have the best opportunity tractive homo that will hold boys here In Kentucky Even the forward LIISCItl.Y DECLARES WAR for election they have had In Ohio from OX GERJIAX EJIPIRi: tho llaro nnd glare of other atleagQe was too slow to beat the NaCounty slnco tho days when tho tractions, a bright and cheerful home tion to bonedry dryness. And KenCounty majority wns certain to be Esq. Mack Cook for County Judge, Washington, Aug. 7. Liberia, tho with good music, a well selected litucky Is a part of the Nation I around six and seven hundred. negro republic on the coast of Africa, has served as Magistrate of the brary nnd nbovo all with a rested Morrow carried Ohio County by ami has doclared war on Germany. Some County, and previous to that time cheorful nearly seven hundred; Hughes by competition mother will stand the; Now Mr. Herald we don't wish to t'mo aB Liberia broke off diplomatic had taught bchool for a number of of tho nearest town fnr over five hundred, thus showing tho of war jears, and has been for many years Tho declaration better than a cheerless homo with a hay too much, but for this week and relations. Republicans In Ohio County, when tired worn out hollowoyed mother a few more at least, we are asking nowlves opportunity to Intern Ger- - a successful fanner. With such edu-thunited have a safe majority. There who you kindly let us do our own ' mun merchants and others who have cation and experience Esq Cook is seeks to get rid or her noisy pvery reason to bellevo that in this is energetic children rather than to bellyaching. We have more of It ,,een accused of unneutral activities, as well fitted for the office of County ear the Republican party In Ohio hold direct nnd onjoy thorn. Women than you, and can of course ,urt The United States was advised to- - Judge as any man who nas neui tne Claude Blankenshlp has had, per- County will present a united, holld must bo office for a number of years. I day of the llttlo republic's action. more and do it in less time. relloved of drudgery to a cer-tnhaps as much to overcome in the front, and with this condition, victory extent before they ouu spiritualiNovember is certain. way of campaign and contest as any in ze thler homo llfo. It is certainly a very great pity TO THE REPURLICAX man who ever offered himself for VOTERS OK OHIO COUNTY the Republicans didn't turn tho Hut I want to thank tho ladles who public office. He has had to fight whole primary over to tho Hartford so nobly and bravely helped TAXPAYERS NOTICE. to pavo for everything he has received at tho I wish to express to each and every Herald and the Democrats to manage um nrst step In this issue. Let us hands of the" people, yet ho has al Tax blllls for State and County make on last Saturday. Perhaps If tho Republican and other friends, who ina consorvatlvo and studied efways been faithful to tho trust Im- Levy for tho year 1017 havo been Democratic Machine, had put In more terested yourselves In my behalf In fort to vote tho best lutorests of our n com- certified to mo for collection, by tho posed in him, and has made tlnio selecting Republican nominees my recent race for tho Republican petent county clerk. He has the ut proper authorities. Pleaso call ami children In tho educational line. Vote Mr. S. S. May and some of Newton It. nomination for Sheriff of Ohio County for your trustees. Voto for your most confidence of the people of tho get your receipt at tho first oppor Dalzu's opponents would huvo land- my snicero and most grateful thanks. Superintendent. Tako vital Interest. county and If any man was ever tunity. Tho enrller you sottlo tho To jhose who saw fit to support either ed at or near tho top. Relieving that any one who can entitled to support it is he. bettor It will bo for all concerned. fairly of my estimable opponents, I have , beat me in ns earnest a rnco-nProf. E. S. Howard, Republican Tho State and County nro In urgent The Herald says editorially "Wo nono other than the' kindliest of feelI have tried to mnko is well for School Superintendent, need of finances to stop Interest payNominee arc told that one effective argument ing. My defeat was fairly accompworthy of my support. I am hereby was that Judge Wedding wouid like- lished and to tho will of tho majority has experlenco of nearly twenty years ments. Yours very truly, lodging niysolf. May success bo his. ly lio the nominee fur Judgo and It I cheerfully submit, promising not S. O. KEOWN, In S. A. Uratcher, the Republican as n successful teacher In Ohio Slncoroly, Shoriff ot Ohio County. would not do to huvo two of tho only to Mr. Uratcher, my successfulNotnlneo for Sheriff, tho people can County, having taught In tho country MRS. 1. S. MASON. name on tho ticket. and in high schools. He has been muu At tho opponent, but to tho entlro Ticket as" feel an ubsoluto confidence in ability, Gone Now, same time It was being urged that well, my very best and most fulthful based upon u number of years of ac- - a faithful attendant at the Teacher's Cummlngs How are you getting Judge hnd on chanco whatever ami servlco from this date until the closo tuul experlenco. "Aus" knows all Institutes, and in addition to that has IWIIIiik To Kit In. his friends should chooso between of November tho Cth, next. Ross: "Yes, I tulvortlsod for an about tho sheriff's ofllco. Ho Is well tho further qualification of having on? When I last saw you you had two others." Now oiilco boy. now old aro you?" dear reader, quallfled-f- or tho ofllco, Is well ac- - studied Law, and famallarlzed him- -' a god going business. Hartford, Ky., Aug. G, 1917. pleahu read that paragraph from tho Appllcutu: "Hold old a. boy do von Slnceroly, quulntcd all over tho county and well self with the laws of the Stato. Ho' Dunne It was going then. Now Herald again, and if ou don't get an want?" G. P. JONES, fitted for tho office of Sherilf. In the has always Ueen a man Interested in it's gone. Pathfinder. , s office of Sheriff, as well as in other understanding with the second read- UEPCULICAXS XOMI.VATK ..-- Aiu.h. ing, read it some more. And then if TiriiKT.omces in the county, experience is a good and necessary qualification. you don't get a clear idea of it, because it is certainly intelligent and CstcrMl according to law at the Foto!ii( Hartford. Ky.. u mall matter o! the eecocd clear cut?, I guess you should be daM, . V'.i , ' , courtmartialed, and perhaps shot, tho you should as a matter of course W. S. TIXSLEY, Editor & Bus. Mffr. be tried by the Herald. Tlie Herald is just a bit too quick and anxious to to try Address all communications to serve the Democratic party's Che Hartford Republican. Interest by bellyaching with such ab- Hartford Republican. '?? Pi S' -- lr new-orde- per-dlvld- 1 s YJtW "I ' 1 ' at ln I . Bk wP s 1 t.UI,i..i nuki w.ju lT..nriw pwii unnttWWfM ti.-m- nin ift iiMMiW-Tti'i- . WiWinh fawgWJECTT" "Wl SftftftAftftftftftfti if-Sl-OO fc LADIES' WAISTS $1.00 and Mrs. Herman A.BJrk- - grove, Good clear water, Playing Drinking Foun- Otoensboro, were Itfllart-- ' Fountalns.-Hygle- ne head, Wrwlnnpilnv. tains, Water Works, Driven Wells, fnr! -; Splendid Track, , Toy Steamboats, . , re Marian, Likens Miss Wednesday from a lengthy visit to," races, Tho Horso show is always good relatives in Bowling Green. Good Buildings, Splendid Exhibits, 1r I A linn Amlnrann. nf flwptlR- - Stock Exhibits, Long Midway, Fun on boro, is spending the week hero thel the Midway, The best of Music, Kenguest ot Mrs. ur. J. u. rinio. tucky Third Regiment Band. If you book drop a post card to We havo received a car of Salt. want a Fair Sail. C. M. Partridge, Secretary. Don't forget us when In need of Mr. of-- GOOD BYE Ct2 wo need. Ct2 ACTON BROS. c We havo moro RoadWngons than So wo want to sell them. Tho Owensboro best made. Eyes tested, fitted and guaranteed, and we stay hero all tho time. J. B. TAPPAN, Jeweler and Optican. 3t4 When you make tha- t- sorghum, don't forget that wo have n full line of syrup buckets that can bo bought nt reasonablo prices. Ct2 ACTON BROS. glasses and frame.? i J c c i 41 J. c 41 41 41 41 i J c 41 41 41 41 5s E i Likens arlved here SatHon. urday from Washing, D. C, to spend 41 " Local Board Busy. Mr. a few days with his family. 41 At press hour, about 40 had been Likens will return today or tomor Our special sale of Ladies' Shirt Waists Sat41 examined here, under the Select " V '. row, - '' 41 i urday was a great success. ,We have left to 41 C. Petrie, after Draf Act, but wo wero not able Rev. and Mrs. .J. get a list of those who passed the 41 out of our one hundred a limited quantispending a week the guests of Judge 41 tho tho larger and Mrs. J. E. Fogle and family, re- medical examination, ty, so to close the entire lot out this week c 41 ner cent were accepted In so far as turned to their home In Elkton, Wed4? we aro going to givo you the advantage of their physical fitness was concerned. nesday. 41 Those who are rejected by tho Board for remainder of the week, the $1.50 Waist, c 41 Dr. J. RTWilllams and daughter, will receive notice from the Board, 41 Ruth, of Shawneetown, 111., visited by tho receipt of a button, so we ore at $1.00. Remember, they come in Voiles, 41 the family of Dr. J. R.PIrtle and Informed, upon which will be the Organdies, both plain and fancies. All 41 Mrs. Pirtlc, from Monday'untll Wed- - word "Exempt." All will at least be 41 neatly made and trimmed, actually worth mesday. 41 notified. 1.50. A number of people from Hartford on the market y 4" nttended tho Farmers Chautauqua at CONTESTS FOR JUSTICE OF All report 4? Matanzas this week. THE PEACE OF OHIO COUNTY 41 large attendance and a most profita 41 ble meeting. In the Beaver Dam Justice Dfstrict 41 Mr. and Mrs. Ed Johnson, of Buel, the result In the Republican Primary examination of these beautiful waists An ' J: after spending a few days here, was as follows: S. W. Leach, 121, means a sale. c guests of Mrs. Charlotte Taylor and Sam L. Stevens, 144; E. W. Jackson, 41 fi 41 Mlis Mamie Bennett,-- (returned to S3. Steven's plurality, 23. er goods to A complete lino of c 41 In the Rosine District the result their homo Monday. c 41 make you comfortable. Don't forget this, Mr. Jeff Wilson and Mrs. Wilson, was as follows: M. B. Crowder, 37; 41 Logs-doof Pontiac, Miss., are making an W. C. Daughterty, 204; J. N. trade at home, and with a house that 41 84; Tom Cox, 64; J. L. St Clair, extended visit to tho parents of Mrs. 41 saves you money. Wilson, Rev. and Mrs. R. D. Bennett C5. Daugherty's plurality, 120. 41 In the Sulphur Springs District, and other relatives here. 41 J. A. Doling received 65 votes, W. S. 41 Mrs. D.BTHancock, who had been c 41 vlslflnir her narents. Mr. R. II. Gil Dean, 203. Dean's plurality, 178. 41 In tho Fordsvlllo District B. F. lespie and Mrs. Gillespie for quite a c 41 with her husband, to Rico received 20S to 77 votes for J. time, returned 41 G. Withers, Rico's plurality, 131. Bowling Green, somo days since. 41 In the Bartlett District, J. H. Dandaughters 41 Mrs.. T. B. Petrie and iel received 67 votes and B. O. 41 Misses Leila and Ruth, after spend- Rhoads 111. Rhoad's plurality, 44 41 ing about two weeks visltng Mrs. for In the Democratic contests 41 Potrle's parents, Judge and Mrs. J. Magistrates the folowlng was tho re In E. Fogle, returned to their home sult: Brazil, Ind., yesterday. In tho Sulphur Springs District, W. E. Ellis & Bro., have tho little Dr. E. W. Ford, who recently Albert Cox received 50 votes, J. L. Whippoorwill peas for late sowing. underwent an examlnatjon for ap- Smith, 99. Smith's plurality, 40. Officers Esq. J. L. Patton, of Ralph, was pointment to tho Reserve In tho Fordsvlllo Dlstriat, T. A. AVGUST 10 appointFllllMY in town on business on last Monday. Medical Corps, received his Evans received 59, Clifton Shown 2S ment and Commission Wednesday, and I. II. Keown 63 votes. Keown's Prof. Vernon Crowdor, of Horso Captain. N plurality, 4. & 8T. L. R. K. TDK TABLE. Branch was in Hartford, yesterday. with rank as L., II. p. m. and daughter, Mrs. J. I. Goodman No. 113 duo at Ellmltch 8:32 r, Miss Willye Smith went to Owens-bor- Miss Lou, and littlo TO THE REPUBLICANS No. 110 duo at Elltnltch 7:30 a.m. Wednesday, returning on that Miss Elizabeth Deane, of Owensboro, OF OHIO COUNTY No. 112 Lv. Ellmltch ... 3:40 p.m. spent last Sunday here, the guests of Ar. Irvlngtoa ... B:35 p.m. day. SISAL Binder Twine whilo lt lasts, Mr. J. I. Goodman, the Herald's Fore- Hartford, Ky., Aug. 9, 1917. Lt. Irvlngton ... 5:66 p.m. Louisvlllo . 7:40 p.m. IS cents per pound, nt W. E. Ellis & inan. Ar. Tho Primary election a over. Esq. Capt. "Wimmiam Knnell, of New Mack Cook has been nominated for Lv. Louisville .. 8:36 a.m. Bro. No. Ar. Irvlngton -- .10:06 a. m. Messrs Frank Everly and Lennles York, was here yesterday completing County Judge by a majority of 3S Lv. Irvlngton ...10:40 a.m. J. Brown, of Route 1, Centertown, nrangements with the Management votes. I have heretofore privately 1:04 p. m. were hero yesterday. of tho Ohio County Fair Co., to ex- assured him of my hearty support Ar. Ellmltch Ills big shows at the coming and take this method of publicly deM.,I. & E. R. K. TIME TABLE. Mrs. m7J. Reid, of Rockport, is hibit claring my willingness to submit to Boutf Bound, No. 115 fair. the guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. II. 6:45 a, m. Gillesplo a majority of tho voters. I never at Duojat Hartford and family. Mrs. Fannie A. Gibson land sons, any time had any personal desire to North Bound, No. 114 Rev. VlFgTl Elgin, of Hopklnsvllle, Frank and Donald, ot Newman, Call., be County Judge of Ohio County, and p, m. 6:65 Duo at Hartford spent the week-en- d here with his son after visiting Carl M. Taylor and fani-ll- y only entered this race for the nom(Both "Mixed Trains.) Virgil, Jr., and family. for several days, left Tuesday for ination after insistent solicitation Those good eats the kind that tho Mammoth Cavo, from whence frofn various leaders of tho Repubtickles tho palate at Potty's Rest- they wilt go to Eastern Kentucky be- lican party over tho county. 6t4 fore returning to their home. aurant, Potty's old stand. To havo been nominated and elePersonal News cted County Judge would havo meant When In need of a nice pleco of Ohio County was favored with a a sacrifice financially for me, but Furnlturo call on tho Furniture ACTON BROS. 6t2 fino rain a day or so ago, just as we aftor so many had solicited ,me and Dealers. and Social Euents, Bring your produco to us and get wero beginning to need it. Every iiaa ftbllgated themselves to mo I felt section of tho County, from which that I owed lt to them nnd to tho tho best market prlco. wo havo been able to hear received party .which has heretofore honored ACTON BROS. 6t2 crops aro by far, bet- mo to offered myself to bo used as oh See Eck Rial for. Kindling Wood. -- Wo now lfavo-hand an a nice rain nnd LIME your Bale implo supply of barrel Lime. Call on ter than ever known in this whole the party might seo fit. I believed at Sco ACTON BUOS., for section. tho time I announced that I could bo ct2 i:e. W. E. ELLIS Ties. of somo .service to tho party as well Wo carry a regular lino of reokjandj as to tho county If nominated nnd E. R. Slovens, R. 4, Hartford, was Havo big stock of pairs for McCormlck .and Deering Swans Down- best patent iufvTOn elected County Judge. yesterday. hero W. E. ELLIS & BRO, Mowers. keep each brand In stock at all times. I havo always, even before I was Csrrl M. Taylor, of Prentiss, was in Miss Maymo Keown, after spend- Will exchange either brand for wheat old enough to voto, fought the batyesterday. town ing a month hero visiting relatives, or corn or will sell for cash as cheap tles of, tho Republican party, conBuy that Cook Stove you need returned to her homo near Fords as any dealer. Will also keep bran tributing both my tlmo and money 0t2 from Acton Bros. inn.l clilnotiitf In etnpW nt nil times for its causo. Both my father and vlllo, Monday. father-in-laDundee, was Republicans, wero Arthur 'Petty is back"at his old for exchange or cash. J. Ellis Mitchell, of principles ELLIS M1L.ULNU UO. . standing for Republican stand, serving those delicious lunches Ct4 In town yesterday. back in the days when Ohio County Richards, of near Fordsvllle, Ho is also putting out tho coldest W. O. Try tho Ohio County Bottllns was practically solidly Democratic, 6t4 drinks in town. was hero yesterday. Bro., trr havo three Wlro .,. Sniln Wnlnr niul Pnrfnv and when it took courage to bo a W. E. Hills-&was Eeq. J. IirMlles of Paradise, tho World's finest soft drink. Orders if epubllcan, I havo never been any Deering Mowers and Rakes left, in Hartford Monday, up at your thing but a Republican, havo never which will close them out for -- the delivered and bottles taken ' Capt. J. J. Tllford, Fordsville, was door. Special attention given rush deserted tho party at any tlmo or season? Prices right. in town last Monday. orders for Picnic's ami Ico Cream placo, although both mo and my son Mr. nndMrs. talmage Southard havo each been, turned down wo aro Seo Hartford Mill Co., for Lime, and children of Simmons, aro spend- Suppers. both still Republicans In tho fullest Tho Ohio County Bottling Works, Plaster und Cement. ing a fow days here, guests of Sheriff meaning of tho word, and I tako this PARKS & KING, Prop's. Fordsvlllo was in and Mrs. S. O. Keown. J. II. Allen of ' method of thanking each of my I town on business yesterday. Petty's Restaurant, conducted by I Arthur Petty has purchased tho friends who so loyally stood by mo In tho Restaurant formerly; operated by Joo my fight assuring them I shall alIs serving TURNIP SEED may bo had by Arthur himself, l calling on W. E. ELLIS & BUO. lunches llko you used to get there. Tato, next door to Llken's meat ways remembor It and shall tako Ct 1 UocKport, Ind., Yes, tho drinks aro Ico cold. Tho Big ueauiliul market. This restauran was recent- pleasure In doing anything In my of Junk, ly ninlifioiwl nf Mr TntA liv J.. f!.. nowor to ropay them. To thoso who -WANTinAllklmls-rFair, Aug. 22 23 24 and 2D, 1917. ...w If IUII.IIIaVU Her, "and 13 tho samo advertised In saw fit to support either or my op- Raymond Phllllps'of tliU placo hides, wool, feathers and roots. Mr. employ- Iia Tnrn1illtnTi Inat wnplf. Mr. PpttV Tnnotita T linVA tintliltlff lint tllO best D. L. D. SANDEFUR, is In Louisvlllo, whero ho has noaver Dam, Ky. l is popular with tho people in this of feeling, recognizing their right Ctf Ml VIII TT Madison Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bennett, after community and is at homo in this and privilege to so do, and assuming rjiiiut u"1""' M)m ,.;i:r til.mov " that they did so becauso they thought and Mrs. C. L. snondltiK some tlmo visiting relatives stand. ..in.. ia viMitlne Mr. party. j It to tho best Interest of tho l,cr0 Blul nt otlier points '" this and Smith. Assuring you of my hearty sup-2- 2 Tho Big Rockport, Ind., Fair Aug. Grayson County, returned to their Cecil FcnlTThior"cTCr at ller's. .... l ...ll.l . nn.llnn.l rtroirnn vnclnr. to 25 is noted for Beautiful port ot .the ticket nominated from w,v0w.., ,v-.- v. Grocery, is reported m wiwi o uiiiu,mjmu grounds, No dust, Wonderful uaturol top to bottom, and with kindest and day. ai& of typhoid. G. B. to-da- c ' ACTON BROS. The Ohio County Fiscal Court conveyed hero yesterday In regular session by order of adjournment from It's last session. Judge J. B. Wilwith Justices Ed son presiding, Shown, S. W. Leach, R. C. Tlchenor, S. L. Fulkcrson, Wlnson Smith, W. S. Dean, B. F. Rico and B. W. Tay lor present. County Attorney, A. D. Kirk present In an advisory capacity, Miss Sopla A. Woerner Is doing the clerical work, as County Clerk Blank-enshl- p is busily engaged with his duties upon the Local Exemption Tho Court will likely bo Board. In session until Saturday. Straw Hats August 8th is the beginning of the end of our Straw Hat business. We don't want to carry over a Straw Hat- - WB WONT. We have placed a goodbye price on every straw hat in the house. We have looked our stock over, bid goodbye to every hat, and Our Special Price $1 hot-weath- n, marked all our elegant $1.00 hats at 75c; $1.50 at$1.00, $2.00 at$1.25,$2.50at$1.50, $3.00 at $2.00, $5.00 Panamas at $3.50. And so it goes. If you want a straw hat hat for little or nothing, call at once, as we will be sold out in a very few days, for in some cases, the bands are worth more than we ask for the hats. T zwr Mr JLWtM&KJf' rtikr Carson 1 & IlTCSItronATEJS Co. I Hartford Republican. if$99v9$$? Ill ... Hartford, Ky. best feeling to all and with ill will to none, I am, Very sincerely, R. B. MARTIN. ESQ. AVINSON SMITH MAKES STATESIENT I wish to embrace this opportunity to say to tho Republicans of Ohio County, that my enthusiasm for and loyalty to tho Old Party has not in the least, been dampened by my defeat for tho Republican nomination for County Judge, in last Saturday's Primary. I, as a matter of course, would havo been immensely pleased to havo been your nominee bu the will of tho Party, when plainly expressed, has over been, my guide and shall bo in this niatter. So friends, let's all pull together and elect the whole ticket nominated on last Saturday, from top to bottom.' Thanking thoso who In any manner rendered any assistance whatsoever in my behalf and with the kindest of feeling for all, I am, Sincerely, WINSON SMITH. Select, Ky., Aug. 9th, 1917. ; o, grand-daughte- night at nine o'clock as a result of a severe attack of pneumonia of only a few days duration. Mr. Black was a good citizen and well known In his community having resided all of his life in that immediate vicinity. Deceased is survived by seven sons, ranging in age from five to sixteen years, besides his mother, Mrs. Virginia Black, of Owensboro and a sister, Miss Inez Black also ot Owensboro, and Mrs. Fred Clearwater, also a sister, of this place, as well as two brothers, Mr. Frank Black of Hartford and Marvin Black of Owensboro. Short funeral services were conducted by Rev. Wheeler, after which thd remains were laid to rest in the Bethel Burial Grounds. .THREE OHIO COUNTY BOYS GET COMMISSIONS Word reached hero lato yesterday evening that Gilmoro Keown and Lum S. Igleheart, who havo been at Fort Benjamin Harrison ,ln tho Reserve Officers Training Camp, had beon npopinted and commissioned as Second Lieutenants in tho Inft., section, Officers Reservo Corps. John L. Lalllnger has been appointed and commissioned as Captain in Inft., Section Officers Reservo Corps. Lieut's Keown nnd Igleheart both reside hero and Capt. Lalllnger at Beavor Dam, and their many friends will bo glad Indeed, to learn of the apoplntement of these worthy Boys to theso important positions. LATER Capt. James M. DoWeesb was apopinted and commissioned Na De- Capt. tional Army Captain. Wecso was for years, Captain of Co. II 3rd, Inft., Ky. N. G., nnd we aro all glad to learn of his good fortune. Got Tho Diiuv Ruck. ! v WORKERS WALK OUT AT CEMENT .MILLS - w Work at the Kosomosdalo Portland Content Company's plant, at Kosmos-dal- c, on tho Eighteenth SWeet Road, was hampered yesterday as a result of tho strike by a number of tho 200 men employed at tho plant. Tho strikers assort they have been compolled to work twelve hours a day on both tho day and night shifts. They havo demanded an eight-hoshift at tho wages paid for tho twelve-hour ur ,.. -- . Capt. Conllffe, Chief of tho County four Police Department, stationed county patrolmen at the plant last night to guard ngainst any outbreaks on tho part of the striking workers. Ono arrest was made at 7 o'clock whon Tom Monroe, a striker, it is charged, created a disturbance and refused to leave whon ordered away Ho was brought to tho officers. county Jail charged with breach of tho peaco by Patrolmen Saunders and Domarsh. His case will bo tried lu Magistrate O'Brien's Court. Somo of tho men announced their intention of returning to work today, and it is believed there will bo no furthor trouble. Louisvlllo Horald. . shift. hungry traveler put his head out of a car window as his train pulled up at a small station nnd said to a boy: "Here, boy tako this dime and get A ( . And by tho way, hero's another dime. Get a sandwich for yoursolf, too." "Thanks, boss" and tho boy dart-b- y ed away, Ho returned muncing a big, fine sandwich, Just as tho tram was stari- Ing otr. Ho ran to tho traveler, handed him a dime, and said: "Hero's your dlmo back, boss. They only had ono sandwich left." Get mo a sandwich, will you? out ot tho habit of moving .... ..., around. Buy a place and stick to tt; mako a homo ot it that your children MILTON T. BLACK. Mr. Milton T. Black died at his ami grandchildren will bo glad to Futhor's old home come back to. Southern Agrlcultur- rosidence, his stead, on Routo 2, on last Saturday 1st mm ,. !.- -. 51 J - ,!. . .. HKTSasPKWi; Wf?T.T L?'L' ttgfjpW mim9m-mmmt- lv '' ' 'NfiW'fg 't "' tiemeusattmlMmSi I T.rrfiTtKl Farm Department .probably will not suffer from this Hoct.CIocr I'iMiirc. With' the exception of Alfalfa on us much as the white "pedes, becauso more spreading eMti Bnils. no other leguminous the plants make a likely to bo eat growth and aro not crop will furnish as much nutritious closely to the ground. pasturage from early spring until tn so and Mule. Horses ate fall as sweet clover, when It Is Washington, Aug. 4. Arrival in Horses and mules do well on sweet Live stock thrive handled. properly Washington of Americana returning never clover pastures. On ncount of the on It. Animals which have from tho seat of war, clears up ono of high protein content sweet clover been fed sweet clover may refuse to pasturago for tho conflict's many mysteries tho can provides excellent eat It at first, but this distaste Rumanian riddle. young stock. No cases of slobbering bo overcome by turning them on tho The disaster following Rumania's plants start havo been noted with horses. pasture ns son as the entry Into the wnr caused political growth. There Is practically no dancrises In France and Great Britain, Thero aro more rats than human ger from bloat from sweet clover, acbeings In the United States, and evbut politicians preferred political reFor Your Child's Cough. cording to Farmers' Bulletin S20, Hero's a pleasant cough syrup thnt tirement to revealing the truth. They which has ery rat Is n food waster. Sweet Clover: Utilization, every child likes to take, Dr. Bell's had n complete excuse, but lo tell it Just been Issued by the United States If your child has would., havo been undiplomatic. l'oiiltrjnicn Urged to Produce InferAgriculture. Department of Rumania, dominated by a coterie hacking cough that worries a deep tile KtfK. Pasturing Stock on Sweet Clover. of corrupt politicians, with a few rich Farm Bulletin you give him Dr. Bell's Tho When sweet clover has been seedthe soothing pine balsams re- land owners and a mass of Ignorant wishes to again direct the attention ed two years in succession on sepof Its readers to tho useless and lievo tho cough, loosens the phlegm peons, was ready to Join either side. arate fields, the fields sown the first She wns frankly out for loot. by the pro- and heal the Irritated tissues. Get a year may be pastured until the mid- enormous waste caused She had played the same part in y at your druggist and duction of fertile eggs. Farmers lose bottle dle of June, when tho stock should waiting until the 3 the Balkan war annualy from bad meth- start treatment at once. 25c. be turned on the spring seeding. $45,000,000 contending parties had reached a ods of producing and handling eggs. When handled In this manner exceldeadlock, then stepping In to decide Elk Fight Standing Up. ono-thlof this loss is prelent pasturage Is provided through- At least because it is due to the parTho popular Idea of fighting deer the struggle and reap spoils. ventable, out the summer and a hay or seed All thru the war her politicians had eggs, which pictures them with locked horns. Elk, crop may . be harvested from tho tial hatching of fertile havo been allowad to become warm however, fight erect on their hind legs played both sides and taken bribes field the previous season. ,, begin to incubate. Eggs their heads thrown back. In this po- running Into the millions. Some of the best pastures In Iowa enough to In the fall of 191(1 theyiclieved will be scarce and high this winter sition they stab viciously at each blue-gras- s, consists of mixture of Kentucky other with their sharp front hoofs tho deadlock had been reached and timothy, and sweet clover. On and eggs having blood rings will bo and often Inflict serious wounds. It Rumania's weight would turn the balpastured on lost. one large farm stock is The rooster makes the egg fertile. Is a very human way of fighting. ance. this mixture meadows containing The higher allied commands were The fertile egg makes the blood these sparring contests often develop April to the from the first part of high skill. convinced Rumania would bo wiped ring. middle of June. From this time unMr. S. N. Leek, who lives Just out by Germany; they know tho nrmy You can save $15,000,000 now lost til the first part of September the from blood rings by keeplnp the male south of tho Yellowstone National was rotten. to stock is kept on one-haBut they knew she was bound to hatch- Park boundary and in sight of the the total pasturage acreage. bird from your Hock after the Lordly Teton Mountains which some jump In on one side or the other. ing season is over. The remainder of the pasture land is With tho remorseless logic charac- The rooster does not help the hens day will be Included in tho national permitted to mature a seed crop. to lay. He merely fertilizes the germ park, has spent many years among ;teristic of French warfaro and stato Usually from 2 to 4 bushels per acre germ in hot tho great herds of elk which swarm craft, the French general staff reasof recleaned seed Is obtained from of the egg. The fertile weather quickly become a blood ring, the Jackson Hole country and the oned it would be advisable for Ruthis portion of the pasture. After egg for food and safe refuge of the park wlldernes. mania to go in with the Allies, so In the seed crop is harvested, the stock which spoils the market. Summer heat has the same His adventures as a photographer tho retreat, tho Allies might destroy again Is turned on tljls acreage where are many and interesting. Here is the oil wells nnd wheat crop. mey ieeu on wie grasses uuu msi- - effect on fertile eggs as the hen or an extract from a recent letter: Early in the campaign the Allies Incubator o,. cn.no nlnvor nlnnta until rnlrl "To get the photographs of fight- prepared to destroy the oil wells In gees will not become ... m, .hiM, ci,oiti-- c Infertile ing elk was both interesting and the retreat which they saw Inevitable when the crop is out is usually suffi- - blood rings. season cook, j tiresome. After they were fed hay, Tho work was done largely by an After the hatching clent to reseed the pasture. I would stop the sleigh in ns good a American wrecking crew Standard It is essential that sufficient stock sell, or pen your rooster. Your hens position as possible. Then I would Oil men with commissions In the will bo kept on the pasturage to keep not running with a male bird set up tho camera within a few feet British army. the plants eaten rather closely, so produce infertile eggs quality eggs of the sleigh, draw the dark slide, So well did they perform the ai Keep oesi aim marhu thnt nt nil times there will be an have not yet succeeded In putHeat Is the great enemy of eggs, set the shutter, and, bulb in hand, Grazing abundance of fresh shoots. ting the lnrger wells In commission await what might happen. induces tho plants to send out many both fertile and infertile. Farmers The Rumania wheat crop of 191C "The elk, before they rear up. young shoots to tho ground, so that are urged to follow these simple rules nothing but time and usally hold their heads high in the was burned. Tho Germans have put COSt !, ,,.l,o r,1nn, nrn nnrmltto,! tn TTlfl. Which air and make n peculiar clicking, in a big crop for this year which Is ture seed a much larger number of thought and will add dollars to the snapping noise with their mouth, approaching harvest, yard returns: stalks are formed than would be the poultry Several divisions of the German 1 Keep the nests clean; provide which at the time is held partly open case if tho first crop were cut for On army equipped with hundreds of so that their tusks will show. every four hens. liay. Excellent stands of sweet one nest for this noise, the camera is In- - tors and gang plows havo this task, j 2 Gather the eggs twice daily, clover will produce an abundance of If Tho work was under tho supervision 3 Keep the eggs in a cool, dry stantly swung In that direction, pasturage for 2 to 3 mature animals the brewing storm proves to bo more j of the same experts who planted the early spring to the room or cellar. per acre, from 4 Market the eggs at least twice than a quarrel, the two animals rear hugo crops In the rear of the German middle of June. Cattle which are in tho air together, and slug each, lines in Northern France on sweet clover alone crave a week. pastured 5 Sell, kill, or confine all male other with their fore feet. The obdry food. Straw or hay should be NOTICE. ject of each seems to be to strike the present in the meadow at all times, birds as soon as the hatching season other on tho lower Jaw, For this ' We again call the attention of our Experiments by many farmers in is over. reason each olds its head as far from renders to the fact thnt The Repubthe Middue West show that sweet the other's fore feet as poslble Keep the milk clean and It will lican will publish no communications clover Is an excellent pasture for "Blows are landed that sound as if unless signed by the nuthor. Few When cows are turned rr.ain sweet Jouger, cattle. struck with sledgo hammers. Each weeks pass that anonymous articles fnna fvnm upaco nnvdirAD on sweei nvi implUiw w" Is of only a few seconds durawashing anil scalding of bout Is increased and its are not received anil It Is not our deCareful the flow of milk tion; tho vanquished lights on his sire to burl newsy Items Into the quality Improved. Other conditions' dairy utensils makes clean, sweet fore feet, runnlg to escape the cruel ,. uitstc ba.sket. Tills anonymous combeing normal, this increase In mllkmllk. thrust that is sure to bo delivered munication rule is stated each week "" production will continue throughout with lightning quickness. at tho head of the cdltorlnl column the summer as the plants produce an Buy Formalin Now For Treating "Sometimes the wait Is long be- and must bo ndhered to. Requests of green forage during the. . Seed Wheat. "abundance tween each scrap; then It most usualhot, dry months. If pastures are Tho ravages of smut In wheat ly ends In a clicking noise. The fight thnt names be omitted from print handled properly they will carry at costs the farmers of Kentucky hund-lea- st is nearly always In a dense bunch of ro complied with, but the manuscript bear tho writers' signature. One milch cow to tho aero dur- - rods of thousands of dollars annually. worth while must THE EDITOR. Tainting' Practical tests have repeatedly prov-o- f elk where no picture of constant Jng the summer months. Hours can bo secured. milk and butter, sometimes re- - ed that smut may bo controlled and watching often result In no exposure; PLACE ported, may he avoided by taking the yield of wheat invariably increas-th- e or several exposures may be made GIRLS TO TAKE OF NEGROES OX DINERS'.' cows off the pasture two hours ed by treating the seed. The method during tho time without a slnglo pic- before milking and keeping them off pf treating seed for smut Is slmplo, fure. Denver, Colo., Aug. 4. Pretty girls until after milking tho following )easy anj cheap, costing only a few "While it Is aggravating to spend standing behind counters In Pullman morning. ' cents to treat enough seed for an days without results, nevoiless, it dining cars, will supplant tho dusky T aero. Brielly, the treatment consists gives a bplemlid chance to study the waiters, if Alfred Reed, railroad client For Hogs. Ku 30 Sweet clover iias proven to ho an in stirring a pint of formalin Into expert can put ovor the inanimals. Elk cows fight the same excellent pasturage crop for hogs. It or 40 gallons of water, thoroughly Us tho bulls, and cows will fight bulls novation. solu-ture- d is Unusually seeded alono and pas- - wetting tho seed wheat with the and very often whip them. Onco I need's rovolutloii'Of dining car ser ls for two seasons. Tho hogs tlon and then drying It so that It will saw a cow KnocK a nun ovor vice would turn'all dining cars In tho drill. Sonm may he turned on tho fields tho first run through completely out; ono of her country to cafeterias on wheels, with year as soon as the plants have made persons prefer dipping tho seed Into hard foro feet reached his lower Jaw. waitresses to assist travolers In growth. From this time un- - tho solution, othors prefer sprinkling Another tlmo I saw a horn knocked choosing tholr dishes. a Tho Idea til late fall an abundance of forage tho solution on tho seed. Whether tho off; It went whirling ten feet In the should bo popular with tho public, as no Js produced as pasturing Induces the seed is dipped or sprinkled makes air, while tho bull that lost It wen. tipping would bo eliminated and popplants to send out many tender, sue- - difference provided It is thoroughly away holding his head as some people ular prices for food would prevail. culent branches. Pasturing tho sec- - wet with tho solution, do when they have a bad, tooth pullFarmers must either obtain for ed." ond season may begiu as soon as the growth starts in tho spring. It tho, themselves a supply of formalin or field is not closely grazed tho second .must seo that it Is carried by a local Tho 1017 Patriot. season It Is advisable to clip It occa- - dealer so that It will bo on hand when Listen, my children, and you shall stubble, needed. A pint of formalin will make fclonally, leaving an hear so as to produce a more succulent enough solution for treating 25 to 50 Of a patriot's work In this present k?" USQ bushels of seed. From this the farmgrowth. year. local dealers can calculate Ho didn't rldo through tho roads tit An acre of sweet clover pasture ers and ordinarily will support 20 to 30 , tho supply needed. Formalin Is now night In adltlon to furnishing n cheap, but undoubtedly tho price will To rouse the neighbors to arm and light cutting of hay. For tho bestjrlso In tho early fall when the fight, of tho hogs they should he in and for it in treating seed becomes But ho went to work with a spado and ' It should fed each day 2 pounds of grain per general over tho country. hoo hundred-weigHogs therefore be obtained early. of tho stock. And ho mado ten bushels of 'taton 3J.. J -- 7 jr --sbr f are very fond of sweot clover roots grow. . Make final provisions for feed and and should bo ringed before being 1 4,HL , ... .luiim-n-c- shelter for the fall crop of pigs, wio Sntteii'd. lumen on mo pasture, A sale, old fashioned Is a lino may generally bo overcome which should coino in September and to root Angry Editor: "Say, this remedy (or worms. by adding somo prottln to tho grain early Octobor. "cut-off- " you gave mo on my big rer Seventy-lir-e jrein continu-oration. Moat moal sorvos this pur coption story!" uie U the belt tettiroonul mites. Spray houses for llco and poso very well. "What's wrong Culm Foroman: FREY'S VERMIFUGE cm Sheep llelisli Sweet Clover. offer you. with It?" Duly. Ketpt iottt ilwirtM KmA Ii Older FeitilliT Sheep relltih bweet clover anil maUo Editor: "What's wrong! Why hero w jl htlo tup lh kttU mm Ii4ppy Two problems In tho handling of you ond It with, "scuttored throughlapld gains when pastuiod on it. Caro d3 Imtthr. , 25c. UitiU i you dniijul or must ho taken to eo that pawturos ' fnrHllvni- - urn ilfu'lnrpil to confront tllO out tho hull wore Mr. and Mrs. S. ittVf tin I gcnftil rtowi ".if .. 1. .1 . . l.,.n , .....i d f e. Hipply X01. ""d " um v un a........... whu ,o muv .irjlnrd - tmillil lin Smith Brown." mm iuuhwj. .w. u are uoi uvureiirciicii i ...t.i. in itunpi tJ"l "'H ixi )"x Ihcy nro.Hkoly to oat the plants so'mndo ns soon us posslblo to avoid it promptly. to tho ground us to kill thorn, lay In shipping duo to n Bhortngo of E. & S. FREY, BALTIMORE. MO. This Is especially truo the first yoar cars. Tho other is Hint purchases FOR FLETCHER'S beforo tho plants havo formed crown should bo pooled, If necosary. In I buds. Yellow biennial sweet clover older to becuro maximum carload rail-iroay, to-dard ! lf two-thirds Tho Alncrlcan Railway has found that In the transportation of fertilizer only about 47 per cent, of the car capacity Is now being used. This is on nccoun 'of tho low minimum tonnage of car- 'load shipments. Figures for March jbhow that In the movement of fer- tli'i.r on one railroad space to the amount of 1532 cars was lost by Ismail loadings. j d committee on Tho transportation of tho Council of National Defense states that It Is a grave question whether tho traffic of the United States can bo moved by tho lallroads unless every freight car is loaded to its full cubical capacity. shlpmonts. Association J RUMANIA ENTERED THE WAR FOR LOOT nnvAKT.mo.v I3i'odL'ssio2a..Ei,l HOTEL POWHATAN IIKK ItAIK.AIM.NC I'OU Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law HAllTFOitD, KY. practice his profession In Ihta and adjoining counties. Comuiorcl) .nd Criminal Practice a Specialty. Will is tiii: ritici: of .WASHINGTON SPOILS. D.C. ILL Of AMERICAN Int. 'In a city .where Rood hotcli btrtjnd, the Powtuun bcd the 0.ETAYL0R.CE Beaver Dam, Ky. Highway and Drainage Design. countrymen. . It It firif lalllielh"ru.cf lt . i , DR. ' Tfe TowTi'atan it .vu) rerTneJ. it 0. E. HART Kaur Dciarment. aliojto rnanf jidinti of hittorieal Vintt reit, maVet thit hotel especially at tractive to a tliiuimitiling pub Avenue,, lSlti ami II Strecti. makei ii a ilesirablr! headquarters lor bridal, couplet, tourut liartiet, convention!, Scbooli and . colleges. The Towhatan" atlractj.'ithe o( culture, and education. Teople to Stale, War and 'loorion rtitful.f It eicel-Itron renniyUania VRTRRINARY SURGEON 1IKAVEH DAM, KY, Ofilre Jamca Taylor's I.lvcry Barn. lie The Powhatan ' oBert room at 11.30, nth detached-bath- . S2 00 ami up. Dooms witM private bath. J1.10. 1.00ind.up. "Write for boollet wfth rnip ' &11 CLIFFORD M. Manager. LEWIS ihllliHl))lln)mmmm :Ki ". nnub' nnnng ibuun PATC NTS evuntrtrs. or uu fr. tt..m tUifimgUj, t wt THAT PAX, ua l!n&rrw,L i.ip juu toskwncrttK im.Ui or rl h tor rnrr rmrt fend on UntAUIltr, n yrstf rrUc. SUR PASSING fttrcnCNCCS. rorrmlau. B03-BO- B i'. TrrrLEJj Savonth u. nHaniniiiun, Strsat, c THE 8& WILL YOU TAKE OUR NEW NOT SEWWJQ MA CHUNK OF m QUALiTY. SOLD ,,i UNDER ANY OTHER NAME. HOME Quality Considered it U GERMINAL REMEDY I Ger-mn- m.-s- i. WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. Ifyou purchaso the NKW IIOMK you will hnvo n, llfo nset nt the prlco you pay, nnd will not have nn endless chnln of repairs. nyig HlaBBr lLK OHIO MEDICAL CO. A Tnalnenl "t for WEAK LUNGS or CONSUMPTION I UiKQb XkBlBVPU.ll fuVlaaHfc'vA " W II 1 A riulck rellcl for that tired, rundown feellnc. coughs, pains In cheit. nlcht sweats, hemor rhsses, wesk lunti or coniumptlon. 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MILITARY . x I But hard as theso propositions may seem to most of you there Is a still HAILOBS FILL harder one to face, fo no mention BOMHKRH AND has been made of tho narao of all FRENCH RESTAURANTS; names Mother, but she will be there ENTHUSIASTIC. whether you can look into her face Boforo you buy you shoiild oxamino our hand or not. You will feci her hand as she mado farm wagons. Thoy run lighter, are made of lays it gently on your shoulder, her Paris, Aug. 4. Paris has been In- eyes may bo dry, for the fountain of the very host material and last far longer than any (Ull of life and action, filled with thn vaded In force by United States off- tears may have exhausted Its supply. fire of fine inspiration and followed machine made wagon you can buy no matter what icers and satlors from 'the ships ar- Her voice may bo calm and her hand by" 250 short stories of adventure, rived In port. In all tho bars, cafes, steady for sho will try to brace herprice you pay. win mate and restaurants tho American naval self for the supreme test and she uniforms aro everywhere In evidence. will be possessed of tho grace suffWo also do all kinds of Blacksmithing and Re- Young ensigns dressed In their icient unto the hour. But all of you ., linrvl w.lw tha ntlinr f(11f)W 1 .I-:n.nntnlKr llin and will not find her the same, some of white, neatly fitting Jackets trousers, white shoes, and white caps, you may have to leave her hystericalcan't do. j c furnish a scene such as Paris has not ly weeping, and though she may still gazed upon for somq time. In all of possess traces of youth and beauty Wo also make a specialty of Hoiseshoeing-an- d Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' PageJ the chic restaurants tho frequenters you will be forced to realise that Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and"a ton of fun," Articles of earnestly solicit your patronage in this line. lay down their knives and forks In when you seo her again she may have Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best admiration and whisper to one furrows In her cheeks, and wrinkles minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone Respectfully yours, , another, "Ies Americans." on her brow, and some of you will intnenome. i nereis no age While the Parisian Is getting used 'havc to ,eave hw feeble and ol(1 and limit to enthusiasm for The Three Current Issues Free to tho American military uniform, tho gnyi and when you havo pasged out Youth's Companion. If you do not know THE COMPANION naval uniform, particularly tho white of 8,ght around the .,,,, she let us send you Three Current luues FREE. Inclose this Coupon with your 52 Times a Year parade dress, is new to the eyes andiwhtaper good bye forever and wlth request. furnishes a district relief from the ben(ed form am, totterlng atep mako not 12. Those who subscribe now, sending $2 khaki of tho army, the light blue of Jhep for the 52 iuues of THE COMPANION back ,nt0 thc houge tho More good reading than you will for 1915, will receive The Companion the Kronen and tne neiu green oi mo light of her life gone out, only able get in any of the monthly Home Calendar FREE. Thirty-fiv- e years experience in the shop. magazines. Italians. you as she to think and dream of One mnn, whose nppearance stamp- hopes to see you In a world where SflRSPRIPTinMC Dnrnnren at rurc nprtw Vww... i.wiiu tu i into ed him unmistakably as an American, war's never come. THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN A ND YOUTH'S COMPANION, BOTal was waylaid over n dozen times by But whether tho hand Is steady or ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 82.75. Amerlcnn bluojackets and asked the shaking whether the hair is gold or way to the Folles ncrgere or the gray Its tho heaviest toll that fate Is We Knock the Spots Out of Things 'When It came to purchasing taking when It takes her loved one HKI11-- : IS A GOOD FLACK TO STOP FOH LITTLE MOJfEV tickets the bluejackets nl wanted box away. In nearly Beats or orchestra chairs. Louisville Hotel, Louisville, Ky., Main St., bet. 6th &7th And boy for her sake be bravo and all tho theaters the orchestras play show yourself loyal and true that The Only Hotel lit Louisville Oircrntcd on the the "Stnr Spangled Banner"-- during the world may know that she gave the x American and European Plans. the performance and American tune3 best that she could In you. Fifty-fiv- e Lestypewriters. during the intermission. AMERICAN PLAN (With Meals) French Dry Cleaned and Pressed In a R. E. BAUIIETT. sons explained by Moving PicNeedless to say the officers and a Superior Manner. Ilooms without Hath but with Hot and Cold Running Water. ture machine. Seven big De"Jackles" have sprung Into Instant IIUSS SOCIALISTS TRY" TO partments Shorthand, Booksingle, $2.00 per day; 2 people, $2.00 each Send us your Garments and Hits 75 nooma popularity and quite won the Paris DETHRONE RUMANIA KING keeping, Telegraphy, Stenotypy, single, 2.50 per day; 2 people, 2.2S each Them r0 Ilooms heart. Music, Primary Normal. ExGO Front Rooms. single, 3.00 per day; 2 people, 2.50 each Budapest, Aug. 4. The Hungarpert teachers. Modern equipCLEANED CLEAN Itooinx with Private Iluth: ian paper Az Est learns that a numbment. assured. Position single, 3.00 per day; 2 people, 2.75 each 50 Itooms Packages called tor and delivered. J er at! extreme Russian socialist agisFOR FLETCHER'S Write tor catalogue, GO Itooms single, 3.50 per day; 2 people, 3.00 each tors recently invaded the unoccupied i EUHOPKA.V PLAN (Without Meals) part of Rumania and tried to stir up THE ELITE PRESSING CLUB Daviess Co. Bus. College a revolution against King Ferdinand Itooms without Until but with Hot and Cold Running Water. TO THE BOYS WHO A. Iva Nail, Prop. , Somo of the ARE GOING AWAY and his government. slnglr, $1.00 per day; 2 people, $0.75 each 75 Rooms Incorporated radical propagandists, according to HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. single, 1.25 per day; 2 people, 1.00 each 60 Rooms OWEN8BORO, KY. It Is with the deepest isense of re- statements made by captured Ruma1.G0 per day; 2 people, 1.25 each GO Front Rooms. single, nian soldiers, worked among thc gret that wo say goodby to the Boys Rooms with Private Until : who aro going away, and bid them troops at the front and were aided by single, 1.50 per day; 2 people, 1.25 each 50 Rooms LIV-VER-LCod speed on their perilous but noble Russian soldiers and officers. single, 2.00 per day; 2 people, 1.50 each 50 Rooms In one of the Rumanian regiments mission when we look at your manly Fetro-Ment- a Relives Files THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Cor. Sixth and Main Sts. forms as you wave adieu to your na- tho aglators were partially successNo matter how stubborn the Only. tive soil, and brave the bosom of tho ful. A serious mutiny occured and a European Plan case nay be Petro-Ment- a will troubled deep, to land on some number of soldiers deserted, but the Rooms Without Rath, $1.00 nnd up; Rooms WIUi Private Bath, $1.50 bring relief. A trial will convince strange shore and there under the government In Jassy acted promptly. and up Rest Eating Place In Town. you. For sale by Ohio County Stars and Stripes, mid a shower of By order of the War Minister, a genoE Drug Co. Price 2ftc. The Louisville Hotel and tho Old Inn are locatod In the wholesale shot and shell risk your life In de- eral round up of the revolutionary propagandists was started with the walk to tho retail district and theaters. district and only a ' fense of our Country and our Flag, our name and our babies, wo almost result that about twenty of them were AND OLD INN COMPANY, Props. LOUISVILLE HOTEL regret that it Is not In paco of you. arrested within a few days. Three Brave men have always liked to play of the Russian anarchists were sentFeeliright all tho time. Don't lay of! court-martiand from work for days by taking calomel with fate, tako the chances and defy enced to death by a keeps yotl when pleasant Lie- - Ver-La- x peril when a principle was at stake,, shot at once. ,on your feet, while relieving your troub rand whether you return or whether Je. Safer too, and easy to take. Don't Used Years you remain the memory of you and Catarrhal Deafness cannot Be Cured tako anything else. You can't afford sys as they cannot reach your deeds will over be green In tho by local applications, ot tho ear. There Is it Eliminates poisons cleansesA natthe diseased portion torn and relieves constipation. one to hearts of your friends .and, country- only that way by acure catarrhal deafness, ural remedy, natural in its actions, sura la ccmitltwlonal remedy. and men. Catarrhal Deafness Is caused by an Inin its effect and certain in results. It flamed condition of the raucous lining ot Some will return covered with won't be long before Liv- - VcLax will the Eustachian Tube. When this tube Is yoa have a or Imcompletely displace calomel in ever to thrill our ears with the Inflamed hearing, andrumblingItaound entirely perfect la when home.(. Children can take it freely an) Unless the startling story of how they charged closed. Deafness Is the result.and thla tube with perfect safety. Every bottle guarInflammation can be reduced enemys gales and laughed in the restored to Its normal condition, hearing i tho anteed. 50c and $1 in bottleas Nona Many oases of will be destroyed forever. genuine without the likeness and signa very faco of fate. Others will re- deafness are cauaed by catarrh, which Is v Will help parents develop their sons wito surture ot L, Kt Grifisby. For Bale by main wrapped In old glory forever to ni) Inflamed aontUtlon of the mucous thru faces. Hall'a Catarrh Medicine acts surface of the. the blood on the mucous tell the same silent story of how they system, and Christia-7. H. WILLIAMS, - HAftiofcT the best type of citizens Woman's Tonic fought and bled and died that the We will give One Hundred Dollar for any case ot Catarrhal Deafness that cannot is widely scat- - . gentlemen. Its patronage World might still In peace abide. be cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Circulars free. All Druggists, 75c. There are regrets of a different F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. O. comes from the best homes in tered and Sold Everywhere for some will leave all that Is Imports of silk manufacturers capacity is limited, thereto them, on the last near and dear the South. , day tho old Htme will seem even from 'Japan for the first nino months should be made early. fore, reservations dearer than ever, tho wind will sigh of tho fiscal yeajr 1913, totaled $1,- moro softly through tho boughs of 624,000; for tho first nine months son in this select gioup of Place your the trees In whose shade you havo of, the current fiscal year $7,153,000, eluded all pursuit. Green requested boys. Write gambled when a child ever and ever an increase ot 350 per cent. Wllson- - tho sheriff to send bloodhounds to CAU. FATTONS looking up Into a loving mothers eyes UnderwAod Tariff still spinning for tho scene. Celebrated fsr style, perfect fit, simplicity aal reliability nearly 40 years. Sold In nearly Rewho watched over you and kept you Japan.' Munelo (Ind.) National Tho theory Is advanced that tho erery city and town In the United States aal Canada, or by mall direct. More sold this) narents of tho waifs had been kilted tho water in the spring publican. from harm, any sther rsake. Send (or ires satalogw. In a recent storm nnd that tho child will bubble clearer, and that from the ,L'S MAGAZINE . HOM"B JOURNAL, For catalogue and information. Box A. THE LAUmSMore subscribers than any , ether fathloa ren wero so frightened that they lost old well In tho back yard will seem magazine million a montn. Invaluabltt Latcooler and better than It used to be. THE SATURDAY EVENING POST their minds. est styles, patterns, dressmaking, millinery, plain scwlnir, fancy needlework, nairdresslng, tho and THE COUNTRY GENTIiEMAN Tho birds will sing happier, etiquette, pood stories, etc Only GO cents(worth double), lacludisur a iree pattern. Tho Summer Hoarder. flowers smell sweeter and tho fields wlau to secsJra the spara time of a Sear today, or send for sample copy. look greener on this day. Tho sheep man or woman to act as local repre "Don't you get tired of summer NDEBFUL INDUCEMENTS to Agents. Postal brings premhina catalogua will bo gentler, tho cows look moro sentative in Hartford and vlclnltyj boarders who complain of tho fodd!,'1 and new cash prise offers. Address contcntodly and tho hbrses neigh looking after tho renewals of their "I used to," replied Farmer orn- - W McCiU CO. JM Is MS H. I7tt St. HEW 101 moro friendly than you thought they many subscription's In this section, tossel, "until I figured on It. There's . i ari ,!- ,-. n V....S, A.ilVh lg ItMWH could, tho cat will rub around you and Introducing tljeso publications moro profit on a boarder who kicks moro expectantly and tho old dog to new readers. Payment will be and doesn't eat than there is one Like follqw you arid lick your Jiand mora made In mlary and eommlsilon. Pre- who eats and doesn't kick." often just before you go. vious experience Is desirable but not But tho hardest battlo somo of you essential. For details address, with AUFor will ever havo to fight will bo at tho 'references, Box 654, THE CURTIS FOR FLETCHER'S. little front gato when you leavo your PUBLISHING COMPANY, IndependSuccaaxl when evctytbkg else ttili. old Kentucky home. For after tho ence 9qtare, Philadelphia. 17t2 . m In nerouv prostration and fetr.rtlo Companion trees and flowers, tho birds and a tney are the supreme wcaitnesie MMICA Of I1 Tho Problem. fields tho cat and dog, and all havo When Mnld Talk. s y remedy, ai thousands testified. K ISSUES llHBYWrni5.C0MPAN10N "It's so hard to buy Christmas mado their appeal to you It Is her A Jersey woman was at tho emThe favorite famitr weekly of America. FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND yoursiMf ployment bureau seeking tho presents for a man." J Great scrtnla or uruupa in ww. ana that you will havo to tear STOMACH TROUBLE SO Short StorMS. m 'thouaand Articles "Yes. It mut bo difficult always loose from tho tiny Angers that havo and"Sufrge ot a gonoral maid. UKJUB.IM It Is the best medicine evw sold ruuiii' isnis. bpecial Iafta for afl agra. over a. drtwrlst'a counter. tousled your hair so many times and "Havo you," she asked tho girl, novor wear or never by clianco bo able ' Ann TH s MsjsxssjWsMsjsssssJssassMtasssjasM tho little arms that havo clasped your "had any experluwo In taking caro ot to use." Detroit Freo Press. neck so often, and press tho tendor children?" Magazine aw i vlz.M. Very Few Of Tlifs Kind. form tightly to your bosom to smoth"No, ma'am," roplled the girl MAGAZIN8 VmS U BUM A A DMH MTHIM "On what ground did Dodge claim tVahtal er tire grwst tros that has leaped to frankly. "Y'ou seo, r"ve only Worked Tta fawlca AiiraaBrnr iouawmt cxomptlon from draft?" your throat, so you can say bo a good for the beat families." bypjuftouao?A7lWicafJronwi. You X'stdKblj laaua of 0i "Said ho was troubled with hang m baby whllo I a,m (tone. UoCJra, da 1' agf Roy Aiid Ginl Run Wild. nails." Boston Transcript. Tho team may havo been property .."sakiac wgwirw fZvvu" buj 19If. launch M Florence, Ala., A story of a boy hltehed lone boforo the Irmir of de! KJJafc ikjHTi I J l"J parture but If Father Is to drive you nnd girl running wild in tho moun PAIISON UF.CKL'ITS FIVK litis J AT (.HUMAN PICNIC FORPERSOMi to tho station ho will bo fixing tho tains around West Lauderdale M KODf " been brought to this city by William ;. r? 'it"T harness all tho time. MssadlasfUfi. ptMTlG f. . tfotj wr,t) to C4 Ml Atom Superior, Auk. 4. Tho ltov. A. M. mtkiotvCiaTTB, He will not say much his face wUl Green, a farmer of that section. Ttio RacooatMfcI JaaaOpfiia E.' M pwinr MtP' UlsOCat .yjIPUViU l Plnkhiun tMsjd. Co. havo a dark ami troubled look. Ho children aro described as botween six Harkens, Superior's "Fighting ParMk 17 llama calendar. picnic at A heating wonder forUuk.irtmt. 52 weeks, and the ssanal catarrh, THE JUTH'S COMPANION for will appear years older than he did and ton years old and very fleet of son," attonilotl a German (This Offer is U rw0 Touth s Cohipanion aubscrtocra oruy.j oae throat tad sore) eve. KoooosiScal. In his report to tho sherff, Fergus Falls, Minn. Aecordlng to six months ago and If you notice his foot. McCALL'S MAGAZINE erery rrnth for oneear; also choice of any Hm UDtonJuwrr eleaswal erj) mo&fcUl luinr. omcers, ho .Induced llvo re McCall Drew 1'attero rKE for 2AtriU extra to cover mailing. Susjl Fr. 5Cv. fl ajiai. f s4tn.'J by hands will tremble, brother and slst- - Green said that a party had attempt BOSTON. MASSACHUSETTS THE YOUTH'S COMPANION. St. Paul crying ed to run down the children, but they cruits to Join tho regular urmy. or will go uloug. Sister will bo Wasroxis! Wasrons! "Wagons! INVADE PARIS brother will ho waiting for you down the lane at the hog pen. He wont want you to seo any tears In his eyes nnd ho wont take any chances. WlWHlllAUIjalllia)jl,ll)llllll,aWA .lflLr i TfieYOUTIfS COMPANION Better Than Ever in 1915 A. B. Row St Son Ceiitertowti, Ky. w, .tii.i urric I I1 Ladies' and Men's Garments Children Cry CASTORfV USE AX For Lazy Liver and the Troubles Constipation. - al S 40 Vanderbilt Training: School for Boys new-glor- y ELKTON, KY. CARDUi r. STh6 tfT' na-tu- ro g 'Its A MATHENEY & BSTTS - NoXombinatioti It ,of Reading 1 210 Ghil.dren Cry HlMKItiV lTUnTWTn The Youth's CASTORI A .tiers ha-w- ectric sen-vic- es 3 Jl McCaifc & rEvory Woman jmr la-ia- mWSlAnwh "J1' 'W'" yw.mii'swiiwiiw'wm ' "" imi.iiiunu i mn" i" 'i i I'm mm u- - i '"'ifpirK' ' "wi"iiijh - tfiaiwi'" ' ' i' '' ' - " - - t j.4r, wBliMWfi'ii In &nrewSSnMfc I V tfauiiyjt daJJSS??I?'l-g- y OUR PROFIT-SHARIN- G SALE Any Line ! IS BOOMING! No Lack of Interest Along Our customers know we mean just what we say in our ads. and more too, and are quick and anxious to 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 to attend this sale strictly from a pocketbook standpoint. There is nothing that you can buy now that you won't save at leat 25 per cent. on. American Calicoes, wholesale, 12 l2c per yard, and all Cotton fabrics must follow the lead. You can't waste any time looking after merchandise you need now nor even next year. L TO SAFEGUARD THE at P. BARNES BROTHER, Kentucky. Beaver Dam, I lowered our imports Into thf port of New York alone $S,000,000. compared wlth the preceding mmth- READS ODDLY STRUNG. (By J. H. THOMAS.) - HEALTH Or SOLDI tlfo.T'v5 I never em Senator James voted wet on the broiled a nation in war. Today the RED CROSS TO MEET SANITARY prohibition amendment. to National American people have the EMERGENCIES IX AREAS Ollle Knows who Is liberal with .hu fight and the will be sent SURROUNDING CAMPS. campaign contributions. down and the Tariff will be sent up navy will attend the former, and Our A majdrlty of tin- legislative nomRepublican party will attend to Washington, Aug. 7. The Ameri- the inees at the recen' prlmray are Union.' Sullivan (Ind.) can Red Cross has appropriated the latter. p'idged to statewide, but Congress $S00,000 to meet sanitary emergenbeats them to It with a tax of $3.10 HORSE BRANCH cies in the civilian areas surroundlor gallon. Mrs. Wilson of Louisville Is visit-- 1 ing army cantonments. The work lng her daughter Mrs. C. W. Taylor. Cheel Weddln,' ays all tha: tho will be done by a newly created bu Mrs- - Wl" De Hart and "BUter Republicans of tho northern part o' reau of sanitary service with Dr. W. H. Frost, surgeon of the Public Mlss earl "aines auenueu "e tho county can po at a Republn-n- i Henry eral ot Mrs- - Romans at Roslne Sat-- primary 1b just wi.it the law nlluvs Service, as director. tl.eai, Clem Mox'y for coroner. Davison, chairman of the Red urday- Mrs- - Louls Schuler of New Orleans Cross War Council, said the task is A wireless from the Salt River exthe most Important undertaken to- -, La- - returned to her home Friday ward securing the health of the after spending several weeks with cursion says: "All aboard soke- -. troops in this country. In some sec-- 1 her Parents Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Read, Judge Wedding In command and tlons State or municipal funds fori Mrs- - u- - E- - Williams and daughter Ranse Martin at the wheol, but the pilots over tho moro djflicuit such purposes are limited and can Ellzabth of Louisville, and Mrs. be supplied by legislation. Whllo nest Truman of Olaton, visited Dr. places. Jones Irak's tho singln? Trip delayed by Rilph, Wedding and sanitary control of tho cantonments ana Mrs. J. S. Bean last week. Mr Cecil Taylor spent Thursday Stevens greeting hi acquaintances. will be exercised by tho military auMuch surprise e;.iie:hcd by citizens thorities, tho districts immediately In Owensboro. Mr. Roy Crawford and family of at absenco of Bratcher. adjoining will be under no such JurisConversation devoted solely to explaining how diction, and the assembling of largo Frledland will move hero soon. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Arnold are it happened. A cheerful old maid bodies of troops will create now sanitary conditions which must bo met to spending several days In Owensboro. at Shepherdsvlllii mado anxious in Mrs. Miles Crowder.who has been' ja'ry about tho u'lant old bachelor safeguard tho health of civilians as quite sick is much improved. Thomas, who was on tho trip two well as of soldleis. Mrs. Knight "of tho South" Is fars ago, and Vus grievously ills The Red Cross will offer assistance appointed whon 'nicrmed that Thomonly upon Invitation of tho local or- visiting Mrs. B. A. White. Mr. and Mrs. Bond Whito who as was not now rnd nover wa a ganization in chargo of sanitation. When complaint of I hi Tho Public Health Service will con- have been in Toledo, Ohio, for sev- bachelor 'ooking was matie Ranse Martin insult with tho local authorities and to eral months are at homo. Mrs. Oscar Daniel left Thursday sisted It was not his fault that there gether they will decide what meas , T mllni.tlln 4Ul namu. mi. Iflll vae not a good Cook on tho trip. ures are necessary. Sanitary units fnn ""onnu iu .nnl.ln Postmaster, Is occupying Many of tho boys ere boasting that bacter-Sader- 8' for such work will consist of iogists, sanitary inspectors, nurses tl,e llous0 mat vacant uv Mrs. Dan-an- d they will send a aubstituto on lhn ruxt trip Tho raadhlatcs for Jaltur assistants, fully equipped to sup-- 1 'e' Uov- - Miller organized a Baptist uero assigned to tltu lower deck with ply disinfectants and screening to Commodoro Perry in command." enable the poor to carry out tho re- - Church hero Saturday, and a . sanitary precautions In their senary Society is hoped to bo organ- ized soon. Tho Republicans nominated a tickhomes. et of excellent nu'ii at Saturday's In districts wlicro the spread ot Hendorson, Ky., Aug. C, 1917. primary. In fact tlioy could not malaria by mosquitoes may bo a menhave done othorw iso as no other ace, tho Reil Cross will undertake to Dear Mrs. Mason: Your defeat was a great surprise sort of men were running. ellmatu tho pest, not only In tho mo, as I think two thirds of those camps but In Ukj surrounding coun-,t- o try Cleaning up pools and other who discussed your raco favored It Another god rain will beat Coug-icto it In fixing tho food control breeding places within a mile radius but your defeat is duo, I suspect, to business in Ohio county. of camps will mean covering from the unexpressed, but yot strong to sixty squaro miles. Tho man bentlment that women nro fit. milk supply' will bo carefully In- - only for children, church and kitchen. I It is moro than probablo that the Wo aro all sincerely sorry. Wood elections next year will rotlre to pri- spected. ..... .. , t. Dr. Frost has been with the Pub- - P. S. Of courso you will suport the vuiu uiu muru .1 inuu nun niu prison-say so. Congress. He Health Service for thrlteen years, nominee and members of tho N'utional Ho was In New Orleans during tho In fleeing to tho shelter of ProtecThis is ono election at which the yellow fever epidemic of 1300, and Is an authority on infantile paralysis. tion becauso of war emergencies tho Republicans will Gook the Democrats tacitly admit tho goose, TnillV tho Hot strength ana potency of tho Protcc- During tho mouth of May tho tlon policy. It is remarkable that three years at mn-Heal- th P. I Er-on- ly ' i T this which was sanguinary and which v ot ,;ad,1r;les3 !l j nn MIs-qulsi- to ss Gor-flfte- en I I I Free-Trade- rs ... ... of World War has not developed a HASKELL DENNETT WINS chers, moro specialty cooks," ho said. single world character. TRIP TO STATE FAIR "If the citizen has none of the qualifications ho can tio a patriotic sorvlco We assure tho candidates wo shall The examination of a portion of In securing at least one ninn for his do all we can for them without their Government. As tho pay is good the Boys, taking the troiible to come to see us al Club members of tho Agricultur- tho enrollment if for tho period and of Ohio County, to determine of Grub Js high. tho winner of n freo trip to the Ken- the war ,lt works no hardships." The eligibility ngea are from IS to tucky State Fair tills year, was conReports from nil parts of the ducted by County Agent W. W. fiS, and enrollments will bo accepted country show that even the potato Browder on last Friday. Only n nt nny navy recruiting station In tho birgs were too patriotic to help Gersmall percentage of tho Club Mem- United States. many. , bers participated Jn the examination, or contest. Tho result was tho PAGE IN SPELLER PRAISING This country is undobtedly rich winning KAISER TO RE TORN OUT of the freo trip by Haskell in the spirit of patriotism but those Bennett, with Raymond Yelser a In authority failed to thoroughly Chlcngo, Aug. 7. Tho page In the close second, he having been defeatarouso It before calling tho game. ed by only one fourth of one per Chicago public school speller, which eulogizes Emperor William of Ger,cent. Since our defated candidates all Tho examination was n very rigid many, probably will be in the beelc cheerfully accepted tho result wo one and tho high grades made wcro when school opens in September, It arc moved to declaro In the language considered very Tho having been found imposslblo to pre-pnremarkable. of Anthony "Indeed, thoy are all n new ono In time, as had been papors woro graded by F. E. Merrl-mamen." district agent for extcntlon ordeed. A movement has been startwork, and Mr. Royco Igloheart.. Fol- ed to deslgnato an hour on tho openPredictions nro hazardous but re- lowing arc the grades made: ing day ot school for the children to member this ono. If Ollio James is Haskell Bennett, tear out tho leaf encotalning Yiio 99 returned to tho Senate next year It . Raymond Yelser, 99 U eulogy, nnd Anthony Czarncckl, memwill bo after two of the hardest races' Clark Mnddox, ber of the Board of Education, an97 of his lire. nounced today that when the bard Russol Brown, 93 meets tomorrow ho will introduco a 93 John. Tanner, BALD KNOR. resolution providing for elimination Ralph Knott, 91 Aug. 7. Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Crow- - Qoorgo T. Brown, of the page. 90 der and Httlo daughter Irene Tny- 90 rt LIndley, lor and Mrs. Susan M. Taylor, spent prci Dean, 84 CITY LEASES LAND TO tho fifth with Mr. Jim Tuylor und otis Mnddox, 83 OPERATE COAL MINK family. Grimth Mitchell, 82 Mr. ami Mrs. Charllo Smith and Evan G. Render, 81 Evansvillo, Ind., Aug. S. Mayor daughter Miss Mario and Miss Fanny Maurlco Chlnn, 78 Benjamin Basse, of this city, today Muo Smith and Miss Ella Mae San- - Donald Mitchell, loased-C475 acres of laud between dofur spent Saturday night with Mr. Ijhck .Maddox,-F- . 74 Evansvillo and Chandler. Ind., ami L. Taylor and family. 81 will open a coal nilno In a short tlmo (Ilanuawnlt Bennett, Revival meeting waH postponed at jOSso Smith, 7C to bo used as n unlclpal project. Ho this place from tho sixth until Mon- - Alnoy Tnnnor, 73 will appeal to-- the Indiana Public day tho 13th, on account of repairing Hubert Baldwin 72 Servlco Commission giving him tho tho church. power to oporato tho mine. In tho Mr. F. L. Taylor aud family visited FIRST DRAITHD MAN event that tho Public Servlco ComMr. Jim Smith and family Sunday. TO QUALIFY HONORED mission refuses Mayor Bosso this Mrs. J. A. Davis who has been sick petition, ho will ask Governor Jamon for smiio tlmo is very low and it is Washington, Aug. 8. Harry C. P. Goodrich to call n special session not thought she can survive many Gilbert, of tills city, the first drafted or the Legislature to act. Mayor days. man to qualify In tho National army, Bosso proposes to soil coal to tho lms been appointed by President Wll- - city, the water works plant and tho Wliolchalo Coupling. '80n as a provisional Second Llouten- - city tchools. If tho output of tho Thoro Is a clorgyman In an Ohio nnt of cavalry and confirmed by tlm mine will permit it ho will also sell city who is very proud of his record 3unato. direct to tho consumers. as a marrying parson. ' "Why sir," said he to a Cincinnati URGENT NEED FOR COOKS Dlllemit Viewpoint. man, who was visiting him, "I marry in UNITED STATES NAVY Said She I always enjoy meeting, fifty couples a week, right about a man with n history. I hero In this parsonago!" now Yorki Aug nn offort to Said Ho I don't. My olllco boy "Parsonage!" returned tho Cln- - Increaso tho avallablo supply of cookB has strict orders not to admit booU clnnatl man, "I should call It the butchers and bakers needed by hund- - agents. Unlon Depot!" reds, for the navy, friendly allons, with first naturalization pnpers, hqvo been granted permission to enroll for Warranted to Bust. A small store displayed a placard such sorvlco by tho Bureau of soino cornets which carried this igatlon, it was arinouncod hero today IJiE, EAR, THROAT, NOSE quaint announcement: by Comandor .C. R. Miller, U. S. N. , And Fitting ofiGlaasca "Tho naval reservo forco needs "Our Corsets aro Warrantod to Fit tho Waist and Bust." hundreds of cooks, bakers and but- - Tamrii!.0 OWENSBORO. KY. ... ... ... ro Ion-orab- lo n, . j 7iin Nav-abo- DR. J. H. THORPE - - k i - f '( 5Jklil MlUUMUUkUMlki ."WW"(rni.