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POPE'S JHaxtfovb DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE ItejttiMicdu OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No. 7 lince companies of Michigan, Jt-ne- HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 17, 1917. ISHII NATIONAL GUARD plclon; that venomous gossip, hired Judgment until tho text Is available, slander, sinister intrigue and InfluBRINGS A proposals ns described In tbo PLANS FOR Bays tho ence, of which wo have both been tho telegraph summaries are utterly Invictims, can In future only servo to admissible by tho allies. It expresses bring us closer together for mutual NEW PEACE DON'T TAKE astonishment at tho Vatican'sboalleged protection nnd for the common welfavorhope that tho document will fare. ably received and lead to the not disEn force Itcspect for Lav. tant end of tho war. JAPAN AM) AMERICA SHALL S "The Importance of this V. S. IX FULL ACCORD WITH Hope. A Foolish WOliCv AXI) TIGHT IN" HAH- was brought home to us particIX AM j WAR MAT- "To cherish any hope of this," says yui:w hl; says. ularly as we voyaged safely and paper, "betrays a complete lgnor-nnc- o ti:hs. tho pleasantly across tho Pacific Ocean. of opinion of all the entente Wo must Indeed have assurance of and tho United States. They countries havo all stntcd plainly, emphntlcally A NEW DAY IS DAWNING good order In our neighborhood. We EFFECT OF PROPOSALS and repeatedly, the only terms wherecannot either of us tako risks. It becomes the first duty of Japan and to consider on they are prepared peaco. These terms nro quite Incom- Forget Molehills, Deeds nnd Sncii-- I America to guard the Pacific and to of Alms of patible with the telegraphed version CMiiy Cause Restatement Insure safe continuous Intercourse flees Itcqtilsltcs of the Hour between Asia and the United States; Those Fighting for World's . of the Vatican's proposals, and there i Ho Declares, to seo to It that the ships of the Freedom. slightest prospect that the is not tho ferocious pirates whoso crime upon nllles will renounce or abate them. tho high seas can never bo palliated, wholo tenor of tho document Tho A Pacific, Port, Aug. 14. A new find no shelter In the waters of our 15. Pope bears tho marks of German InspecAug. Washington, day among nntlons In which Japan seas. tion." Benedict's peace proposal hail not "It Is for us together to continue Tho Post, expressing similar views, and America shall "forget little molelieon received toilny by the governLansing said says: "To listen to n compromise be- hills that have been exaggerated Into to enforce respect for law and hument, hut Secretary to bar our good relations" manity upon tho Pacific, from which the summary as published by the As- fore a guarantee Is served against a mountains substantially In repetition of tho ordeal through and "march together, work together tho German mennce was removed at sociated Press was fight together ns comrades" was tho commencement of the war. Had accord with the unofficial outline lie which civilization Is passing is to be- - and jtray all sacrifice and suffering that pledged bore tonight by Viscount K. this not been so; had tho barbarian has before him. If tho Vatican Ishli, Ambassador Extraordinary and of Europe not been rooted from his There Is no change In tbo first Im- have been endured. shuddering horK pression, that tbo allien certainly will really Is optimistic about the recep- Plenipotentiary to the United States. Oriental basis the Heading a special mission, Viscount rors of the Atlantic and the Mediterthe Vatican tion of Its proposals reject tho proposal In Its present ho a grim reality spoko for his Government at a ranean would y form and probably refuse to consider shows that it is entirely out of touch Ishll dinner tendered him by his munici- on the Pacific. In tho protection of prob- with the sentiment of the nllles." It nt all. Thcro Is a growing g ' merchandise and men, The Post, taking It for garnted that pality. The Viscount was presented our ability that In making clear to the tho proposals are Instigated by Ger- - by Gaviu McNab, an attorney sent in safeguarding tho pleasures of inworld their refusal they will rcstato imnny, nnd remarking that thoy de- from Washington to arange tho re- tercourse, you may count on us as their war alms. you. war nlms cided In advance on anything Ger- ception of tho mission, nnd by tho wo must count on Declining to discuss the Pitfalls To He Avoided. many has hitherto been disposed to Governor of tho State and the Mayor of tbo allies on the ground that they "In tho dawning of this new day might change frequently, Mr. Lansing discuss, attributes her anxiety for an of the city. Tho Ambassador said: "We come to you at tho dawning of of stress and strain let us forget the Immediate negotiated peace to a realisaid thoro had been no alternation In n new day. As Individuals wo have little molehills that have been exthe alms or plans of tho United States zation that tho continuance of tho no right to expect to And pleasure at aggerated into mountains to bar our war will glvo her much less than such ulnco his speech at Madison IJarracks. good relations. Let ua see together Lansing declined to say a negotiated peace, because she will this busy time of preparation. But Mr any agree- havo to faco with depleted resources wo come as the humble representa- with a clearer vision the pitfalls dug whether thero had been gracious soverlgn of a by a cunning enemy in our path. Let ment with tho nllles regarding the the full weight of a new enemy, the tives of tbo American republic, nnd adds that friendly and a loyal nation, and we us together fix our eyes upon the nlms of the war, but intimated that affected to believe tho U. say that wo know well that perform- star of principle which shall lead us I Germany all were In nccord. S. as a belligerent did not count, but ance not profession, deeds not words, together most surely to a participaThe litHiilon View. that illusidn has already been shat- sacrifices not selfishness, are the re- tion in the triumph of the right, to London, Aug. 15. Some of the tered. a certain victory In the greatest, and, quisites of tho hour. refrain from morning newspapers let us hope, tho last great war in Ilrlugs Message. Will Kcquiro Itejcctlon. commenting on the rope's peace pro- I Washington, Aug. 15. Adminis"Our message Is that In this day, human history. posals, while those which notlco them tration officials today awaited tho through Its hours of shadow or of j "And when that victory shall have editorially baso their genesis to Aus- olllclnl text of Popo Benedict's peaco sunshine, your purpose Is our pur- been won, let us together help In tho tria, and either reject absolutely or proposals before giving any intima- pose, your road our road and your t upbuilding of a now world, which Indicate the belief that the text when tion of the nature of the reply to be goal our goal. It Is that America shall rise, fair and strong and beautirecohed will show them to be un- given the Vatican. That tho peaco and Japan will march together, work ful, from the nshes of the old." Tho Dally Nowb which, offer will require an answer Is read- together and fight together as com-- j acceptable. Tho speakers' table was dotted Although a firm supporter of tho al- ily acknowledged by officials, but It rndes until the end has been reach- with uniforms High officers of tho lies' alms, has a decided pacifist lean- Is believed that the Interests of tho ed and thq victory won In tho strug- American army sat In khaki with ing, says that whatever reasons which allies will require a rejection. It is gle which involves our rights nnd ' MnJ. Gen. Hlsaloiii Sugano; naval officers frn blue surrounded Vice Adhitherto restrained tbo Tope from irtually certain that tho proposals our liberties. eomlug forward as an olllcial champ-Io- n cannot bo accepted in their present is for that and I take tho lib- -' miral T. Takeshlta, the ranking army "It of peace, tho long delay has ma- form. erty of using the words of your great and navy representatives on the mistho terially Impaired the advantages from Homo President, Abraham Lincoln In or- sion. Tho Stato Department delegaTho communication Breckenrldgo Vatican originally possessed for dis- 'probably will bo transmitted to the der that each of us may enjoy an open tion was headed by interested Intervention. Papal field and a fair chanco for our Indus- Long, Third Assistant Secretary. State Department through the Lato in tho afternoon Gen. Sugano "It Is not our business Vo pnss delegate hero or the Spanish or Swiss try, enterprise nnd Intelligence that upon a policy which ex- legations. Tho answer Involves a deli- the struggle must be maintained; that was given his first glimpse of Amerjudgment hausted Itself In Impotent sighs over cate task for tho belligerents, becauso wo may not loso our birthright ican troops In forco when he viewed G.000 soldiers and sailors with MaJ. the Iniquities perpetrated In Belgium the proposals offer to n the right of humanity. commanding nnd Imagined It possible to extinguish world a hope for the restoration of "Wo nro hero to say that In this Gen. Hunter Liggett, j tremendous tho world conflagration by n success- peace. strugglo for those rights tbo Westorn Department of the Tbo fact ion of timid Intrigues. Tho first nppralsal of officials and nnd liberties, America and Japan arc army. At the end of tho review ho Is whether It Is re.ibonablo to blamo diplomnts was that tho offer was 'bound together; that when the vi- said, simply, "These are splendid Benedict and his advisers therefor merely another attempt by Germany ctory of tho allied forces is secure, troops. It has been a pleasure to seo Is another matter considerations of to bring nn end to tho war. Tho Im- 'America and" Japan should so live them." temporal nnd secular Interest having pression was general that the Imporlal that your good sons and our sons will j An excursion Into the surrounding so long stayed bis bands, It Is Im- government used Austria, becauso of havo a certainty of good neighbor country and a visit to a largo enpossible to accopt tho Pope's Inter-entlo- n tho lattcr's close relation to tho Vati- hood; so live that no word or deed of campment of troops nro on tho comnow as dictated purely by tho can, to lufluenco a now peaco offer. clthor can be looked upon with sus- - mission's progrnmmo for deslro which animates nil good and Thcro Is no disposition to question thq all slnceroly religious men to end a good faith of Home, although the HoIN HIS ELEMENT. horror which Is destroying Europe. rn nn Cntjhollc elements have been On Their .Merits. must prominent in tho recent penco "The Popo's proposals must bo ex- agitation In Borlin and Vicuna. amined on tbo morlts as strictly ns Mlchaells, If mado by Chancellor : i President Wilson or Lloyd George." ' MARKET 'REPORTS. Tbo Dally News thinks It fairly l I clear that tho Popo" appeal was really Inspired by Austria, but maintains Hogs Acttvo nnd steady, 210 Hint If His Hollties can really persuade tbo holllgeronts to stato their pounds and up, $17. CO to ?17.Gfi; conditions In concrete terim ho will 1G5 to 210 pounds, $17.35; 120 to confer a very great, if belated, bless- 1G5 pounds, $1G.G0; pigs, $13.35 ing on mankind, and If ho can further $14. GO; loughs, $15.05 down. "persuade Germany to dcclaro Its willCattle Host 1020 pound steors. ingness to restore tho liulopendencii $9.00; best S10 pound, $S.00, with of Belgium. Serbia and Ilumanla nnd pricos ranging down to $G.7G, for G5"0 withdraw from othor Invaded terri- to 700 pound stuff, bulls ranging In tories tho door to pcaco will bo open weight from 720 to 1,120, $G.OO to nnd a blank refusal by tho nllles to $7.25, heifers from B30 to 720 pounds negotlato on such n basis would bo $G,25 to $8.50. Good demnud for high grado feeders and stockcrs almost, unthinkable Cnlves Market steady best brades Impossible. $11,50. $11.25 Tho Dally Mall does not comment Sheep and Lambs Lambs active editorially, but In an Introduction In prices steady. Best lambs $14.-7- 5 Us hows column says tbo Popo's pro- with $10.-5to $15.00; seconds, $9.50 posals are ,lmposslblo and that tho culls, $7.00 $8.00; best mixed Austro-GermaBchoino Is really $8.00; bucks $G.0O Tho Chronicle roforo to tho tradi- sheep $7.75 and tho down. tional Intimacy of Austria Cash Grain. Vatican nnd tho Austrian court's InWheat No. 2 red, $2,10 B $2.15; penco and ndds: "Tho tense desire for fact that tho proposal comes Imme- No. 3 red, $8.08 fl $2.13. Corn No. 3 whlto, $2.10; No. 3 diately after expulsion of Ilusslans from Gallcla and nukowlua will not mixed, $1.95. Oats No. 3 whlto, 65c; now No. escapo anybody who Is In tho habit of putting two and two togethor. Wo 3 GOV;. Huttor Packing, 30c; eggs, (caso may assume that tho Popo acted at Austria's prompting. V any case tho count), 28c; poultry, hens, 17c; allies will havo to refuse. No other ducks, 12c; springers, 22 & 23c; roosters, lie; turkeys, 17c. course Is open to thorn." $4.50 per bbl. Potatoes, $4.00 Tho Times, whllo suspending final Dotthalar.iaJiaw.YlBrk Ewa'naJouaisk Ne.r FRIENDSHIP AL-I.Ii:- Tennessee and Oklahoma; tho First, Second, third and i rurth field host 'lal companies belm; respecilvo-l- y CALLED ADROAD the first field hojpical companies ol Nebraska, Colorado. Oregon an-- l the District of Columb'a " of the time and plsco GUAIII) TROOPS FROM TWENTY- - of mobllzatlon of tho division or ot SIX STATES TO SERVE it depatture for Franco ere not per IX EUROPE. missible under tho voluntary cenroc- sl.lp The structure of tho division as kIvc.i in tho official statement KY. BOYS LEFT OUT tshows it will conform to tho reduced ench warfare divisional organisation recommended by MaJ. Gsn. Pershing, which would give It a nnd Tennessee Will Furnish strength with auxiliary troops, total Indiana of ap a Part of First Quota While proximately 20,000 men. Kentucklnus Stay. Washington, Aug. 15. Plans for sending tho first National Guard troops to France have been perfected by tho War Department with tho organization of a division which will Include troops from twenty-si- x States and the District of Columbia. The States from which the National Guard troops are to be assembled are: Louisiana, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, New York, Ohio, Georgia, Alabama, Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, Minnesota, Maryland, South Carolina, California, Missouri, Virginia, North Carolina, Kansas, Texas, Michigan, New Jersey, Tennessee, Oklahoma, Nebraska, Colorado, Oregon. The others como from District of Columbia. The commanding officer of the division wIU bo Brig. Gen. W. A. Mann, of the regular army, now chief of the division of militia affairs of the War Department. Following is tho War Department's announcement, under the heading "Composite National Guard DivisU. S. TO MAKE ANOTHER ENORMOUS WAR LOAX SOOX tb-dn- sea-iroln- ion:" "The following organizations of tho National Guard have been selected Divisto compose the Forty-secon- d ion. Tho following numerical designations havo been assigned: "Division headquarters troop to consist of the Second separate troop, Louisiana Cavalry. "The Division Machine Gun Battalion No. 149, to be composed of the -- Third Battalion, Fourth Pennsyl- war-wea- ry vania Infantry. "Tho Infantry brigades to bo numbered S3 and 84. infantry brigade "The Eighty-thir- d to comprise the Ono Hundred and Fiftieth Machine Gun Battalion (composed of Companies E, F and G, Second Wisconsin Infantry): tho infanOno Hundred and Thirty-fift- h try (Sixty-nint- h New York Infantry), and tho One Hundred and Sixty sixth Infantry (Fourth Ohio Infan- Washington, Aug. 14. pongress soon will be asked to authorize another loan of between $3,000,000,000 and $4,000,000,800 to the Allies. Secretary McAdoo and Chairman Kltchin, of the Ways and Means Committee, agreed on this y and also agreed upon the desirability of rais ing a larger sum than $2,000,000.-00- 0 for war iui poses by taxation. Congress probably will be railed upon at the December session to revise tho war revenue bill now before the Senate, Increasing the sum to be obtained through taxation. The amount to be raised by in creased taxation was not definitely determined, but It Is understood that a radical revision of tho pending rev enue bill will not bo necessary. In addition, it was agreed that Congress should be asked shortly to authorize other bond Issues to care for domestic needs arising out of the prosecution of the war, and' to meet estimates of the War and Navy Departments for the current fiscal year. How much of this sum will bo raised by bonds and how much by additional taxation has not been determined. Tho needs of the Allies have been much heavier than was expected, and tho $3,000,000,000 authorized, it Is estimated, wllHiardly carry Tho them further than. October. now loan desired would serve to meet Allied needs In this country, it is estimated, until July 1, 1918. to-da- TO THE VOTERS OF OHIO COUNTY I wish to say through the colums of tho Republican that I appreciate the handsome vote given me In my race for tho Republican nomination for Jailer of Ohio County. I want to thank my many friends who so faithfully fought for me, and I am thankful for the kind treatment received in the many homes of county, from fathers this good mothors and school children, and' I am alto thankful to the gooi Democrats who so firmly pledged me their support In November, It I was nominated. I especially wish to thank tho 117 for voters of old Roslne precinct tholr hearty support, and lastly, I suggest that every defeated candldato and others use Sloan's Liniment for tho sorness, should thero be any, but I trust thcro Is none and be certain to be out on Nov. G and help round up a majority of not less than five hundred for tho grand old Republican party In Ohio county. I havo always been a Republican and havo nover had cause t,o regret It. I have always fought for the Interest of the party and am still strong In tho faith. I can truthfully say that I fought a clean fight and bellevo that my opponents did likewise. I shall always consider tho favors shown mo a deed of kindness and my appreciation shall bo lasting. Yours Resp'y., M. C. SCHHOADER. S. A. LEE WRITES TO OHIO COUNTY REPUBLICANS ITavlng been a candldato for tlio Republican nomination for Jailer of Ohio county, in tho lato primary and llko ten others, I met with defeat. But nevertheless, I feel grateful to those who cast their votes for mo on Aug. tho 4th, and carry no grudge acalnst thoso who did otherwise. I cheerfully submit to tho majority rulo and to It's edicts I say amen. Again thanking thoso who gave mo tholr support und friendship and firmly pledging my hearty efforts toward making tho majority for tho entire ticket a record breaking one on Nov. Gth, I am, Slncorely, S. A. LEE. Route 1, Hartford, Ky., Aug. 14, 1917. I try.) inmntry Bri"Tho Eighty-tourt- n gade to comprise the Ono Hundred Machine Sun Batand Fifty-firtalion (Companies B, C and F, Sec ond Georgia Infantry), Ono Hundred Infantry (Fourth and Alabama Infantry) and tho One Infantry Hundred and Sixty-eight- h (Third Iowa Infantry.) ''Tho Artillery Brigade, to bo numbered G7th, comprises: "The Ono Hundred and Forty-nint- h Flold ArtlUery (First Illinois Flold Artillery) ; tho Ono Hundred and Fiftieth Field Artillery (First Indiana Field Artillery), tho Ono Field ArtilHundred and Fifty-firlery (First Minnesota Field Artillery) and tho Ono Hundred nnd Trench Mortar Battery, to be composed of tho Third nnd Fourth companies, Maryland Coast Artillery Corps. "Tho engineer regiment of tho division will bo numbered 117th. Tho First Battalion will bo formed from tho first scparato battalion, Engineers, South Carolina, and tho Second Battalion will bo formed of tho first boparato battalion, Engineers Call- ' fornla. "Tho divisional flold battalion, slg- nal troops, will bo orgnnlzed from tho Missouri National Guard. Tho headquarters traUi and military pollco will bo organized from tho coast corps, Virginia. Tho engineer train will bq organlzod from tho 'North Carolina troops. Tho ammu- Inltlnn tin I ii will lin nrirniilznil from tho Kansas troops, and tho supply tram from tho Texas troops. They will bo known respectively as tho 117th field battalion, signal troops, the 117th headquarters train mid inllltar) police, the 117th engineer train, tho 117th amunltlon train, and the J 17th supply train. "Tho sanitary train, to bo known ns tho 117th sanitary train, will bo comprised of tho First, Second, Third and Fourth ambulance, companies, being respectively, tho first ambu- st Sixty-seventh st Sev-toen- th I ry I 0; T.fWJJTfflBTrSKSf1; hT!rT.i"n'- ft TrrtitlT!nn-T-iT- a ;"rf-''r- .af 7 Tower. Holo in tho Wall, Dead In dian, Elephant's Head, Duck, Maimed DRAFT DOARD YELLOWSTONE'S Hand, and Pinnacle Point. As tho park boundary Is approached tho GRAFT HUNTING mountains become more rugged and CODY ENTRANCE timber growth becomes heavier. The prlnlcpal species of trees are Douglas fir and Engleman spruce. IS AFFIDAVITS STATE MONEY THE TOUIUST WILL SIX. SHOS. Just after crossing the Middle Fork PAID- - AND MEN AHE HONK DAM, LAHGF.ST IX and leaving it of the Shoshone Ulver EXEMPTED. TUB WOItU). to the right, as the road proceeds up Tepee Is Middle Qreek, Pahaska This Is an old huntlns reached. HOME lodge built and owned for many years SOME ARE IN PRISON BUFFALO BILL'S by Buffalo Dill, and is very beautifully situated In the forest. Supplies of various kinds may be obtained at Dentist Put In .lull On Conspiracy Ilund Lies Through Shoshone Can- this point. Cluirge, The Entire Hoard Is s j on, Willi II Fantastic lted miles farther Two and Removed. Sandstones. up Middle Creek the park boundary at the Eastern Gateway Is reached. four-tenth- tion and over tho Iowa River Is Peoplo who cross painted whito this bridge at night who ore accustomed to tho black or red bridges of the majority Iowa counties, aro struck with tho ease with which tho outlines of tho brldgo are noted. As a matter of Highway safety It would seem to bo a good thing to paint bridges white. The same color should prevail on guard rails erected on fills and nt dangerous turns whoro such safe guards aro eroded. In South Dakota It Is becoming a customary practice in somo sections to paint all brlgdes white. Tho Highway Magazine. !ssBsssBsa NOTICE! BUY YOUR . The eastern gateway to the Yellowstone National Park Is called the Cody entrance, because at Cody, Wyo., the traveler leaves the train miles by for 'a ride of sixty-thre- e automobile to the park boundary. Cody was founded many years ago by the famous scout, tne late loi. Wm. F. Cody. "Buffalo Bill," and Is It is ,1 typical western plains town. situated on a bench or shelf above the Shoshone River and below the table-lan- d that stretches away the east. It Is therefore to the traveler on the roads Basin, Powell, from Thermopolls, and other Wyoming towns to the eastward until he comes very near the limits of tho town. Leaving Cody for the trip to Yellowstone Park, the road leads Into the Shoshone Gorge, across tho Shoshone Ulver, and thence to the Burlington station on the plain opposite the town. From here the road turns southwestward through the plains and runs for several miles through an arid, treeless waste. The sulphur mill on the east side of the river stands out prominently a short distance from Cody. The wonders of the trip to the park begin with the entrance to the Shoshone Canyon, the stupendous gorge through which the Shoshone Ulver takes Its course. On tho right Has Rattlesnake Mountain and on the left Cedar Mountain. The two constituted a single mountain until the river cut a deep, narow gash through its center of solid rock. Tho walls of the canyon are nearly perpendicular, and yet along tho face of Uattle-snak- e Mountain tho Reclamation Service of the Department of the Interior blasted from tho solid rock a splendid road eight miles long. to-va- nl Clironlc Constipation. Is by no means an easy matter to cure this disease, but It can be done in most instances by taking Chamber- It lain's Tablets and complying with tho plain printed directions that accomp- m anj. eacIl package. !)." DEATHS CAUSED IIY HEAT IN NEW YORK CITY New York, Aug. 11. The number of deaths caused by the heat wave of a week, which ended August 4, Is es timated at 955 by the weekly bulletin of tho Department of Health. The bulletin also says that while the death rate of that week was very high. It was exceeded here sixteen years ago by the week ending July C, 1901, when the death rate per thou sand of population was 40. S2. During the week of August 4, 1917, tho death rate per thousand was onlj 19.74. - WAR FORETOLD BY POLISH POET PREDICTING WROTE LETTER POLAND AS WORLD'S BATTLEFIELD. In places tho road passes through tunnels in the granite walls. This Is tho road that is traveled through the gorge and out to the park. The Gov ernment found It necssary to con struct this road through tho np parently Inaccessible canyon in order to provide tho means of transporting materials to construct the great dam of the Shoshone reclamation project. At the upper end of tho canyon the Shoshone Dam Itself is reached. This dam Is the second highest in the world, 32S feet from tho lowest foundation to the top of the parapet, being 4S feet higher than the Flat-iro- n Building In New York. At Its base it is 108 feet thick up and down stream and only 80 foet long. On top It Is 180 long and 10 feet thick. The cost of Its construction was $1,350,585, but tho value of the crops raised by tho use of tho stored water In 19 10 was $G01,000, and only about h of tho Irrigable area was cropped last year. Tho Irrigation system Is being rapidly extended and several thousand acres will bo thrown open to homesteaders during tho autumn. Leaving tho dam, the road follows the shore of tho beautiful Shoshono Lako which was formed by closing, with the great wedgo of concrete, the narrow gash In tho rock walls of tho canyon. Scientists state that this lako occupies tho basin of an ancient body of water which existed thousands of years ago. Whoro this lako overflowed the wator gradually wore a passageway through tho solid gran-It- o mountain, and In tho courso of numberless centuries formed tho Gorge. Wonders of lliu (Jorge. At tho uper end of tho lako tho road turns into tho valley of tho North Fork of tho Shoshono Illvor and skirts tho boundaries of several largo ranches, many of which nro favorite rcHorts of tho big game hunter. As tho road continues westward beyond tho ranch lands, n very mountainous region nppears. Tho Shoshono National Forest is entered at u point where tho valley suddonly High narrows to a deep canyon. mountains on each sldo of tho river Htand llko hugo sentinels nt tho gates of tho forest. Proceeding Into tho canyon, many wonderful natural features sappoar on every side. Tho inountulns uro composed principally of red xandbtono and havu boon curved Into u million fantastic shapes by wind and water oroblon. Signs attract tho attention of visitors to tho peculiarly shaped formations, tho most Interesting of which uro Holy City, Chimney Rock, Clock ono-sjxtSho-bho- Great Engineering Feat. Berlin, Aug. 11. A correspondent of the Berliner Tageblatt calls attention to a strange prophecy of the famous Polish poet, Count Zygmunt Kraslnskl, who died in Paris In IS 59. After the Crimean War, In the fall of 1S5G, the poet wrote to his friend, Gaszynskl: "The good people of France and England, will not do anything for us Our nation will have to endure termore. rible sufferings many years Then a fearful war wil Icome, into which almost all States of Europe will be drawn. This war will be largely fought out In our beloved country, which will be turned Into a howling wilderness and drenched with blood from one end to tho other. Our sufferings then will surpass everything we have endured so far. Fire, sword and hunger will decimate our population, but on the ruins tho victor will erect a new and glorious Poland to shame the good people who have given us nothing but words of sympathy and empty promises of aid In our struggle against Russian tyranny. Tho European war which I see In the far distance will end our sufferings forever and bring us freedom and new national greatness. I will bo long dead when this happy time arrives, but It Is sure to come exactly as I predict." Tho letter containing this remark-abl- o prophecy Is said to bo In the collection of Prince Czartoryiskl in Paris. Sudden changes of temperature and underwear bring spring colds with staffed up head, sore throat and general symptoms. A dose of Dr. King's Now Discovery Is sure relief, this happy combination of antiseptic balsams clear tho head, soothes the Irritated membranes and what might have been a lingering cold Is broken up. Don't stop treatment when relief is first felt as a half curod cold Is dangerous. Tako Dr. King s New 1 Discovery till your cold Is gono 4 SOUTH RALLIES AND RAISES RIG CROPS Jackson, Miss., Auc. 12. Tho campaign conducted in tho South lost Spring for food and fcod crops has boon successful. Tho corn yield of Mississippi will bo tho greatest over known. In somo sections, 100 bushels will ho gathered to the acre. Alabama, Georgia and Tennessee will also produco big yields. More aeros wero planted to corn than over In tho history of tho South, according to uuolllclal reports. Served llim Right. "What becamo of that redheaded fctonographer you usod to have?" "Sho married my bookkeeper." "Did you approve tho match?" "Certainly. I never did llko that bookkeeper, anyhow." j t Children Ory FLETCHER'S C A STO.R A FOR I Sloan's Liniment For Rheumatism. Tho torture of rheumatism, tho pains and aches that make life unbearable are relieved by Sloan's LinNew York, Aug. 12. A third ar- iment, a clean clear liquid that is alrest was made lato today in the easy to apply and mora cffectlvo than leged conspiracy to evade the provis- mussy plasters or ointments because ions of the selective draft law, charg- It penetrates quickly without rubed against Louis I. Cherry and Dr. S. bing. For tho many pains and aches J. Bernfcld, members of the deposed following exposure strains, sprains Exemption Board 99, when Kalman and muscle soreness, Sloan's LiniGruher, a laboratory dentist, was ment is promptly effective. Always taken to the United States Attorney's have a bottle handy for gout, lumoffice and later to the Tombs prison. bago, toothache, backache, stiff neck Cherry and Dr. Bernfcld, who had and all external pains. At druggists, been arrested earlier In the day for 25c. 1 conspiracy to evado tho draft, nlso were sent to the Tombs nfter unThe DUtlrtlon. successful attempts to nrauge ball. Tho fair customer mado her way Gruher was arrested on a warrant to tho counter. "I want to see somo 4- similar to that served on Cherry and socks," she said. Dr. Bernfcld. He had no official conThe elderly assistant produced boxnection with the board, but admitted, es immediately. acordlng to the authorities, that he "For your husband, madam?" ho had "obtained a supply of exemption asked, as he opuned one, "or someblanks which ho had handed out to thing of a better quality?" Notwlthstandlnd tho fnct that Monterey produces millions of various persons." dollars worth of potatoes, sugar beets, npples, peaches, barley, Gruher stated. It Is alleged that alfalfn, dairy products, livestock, etc., there Is much land that his son, Joseph, had been examined WORK RUSHED ON only needs farmers nnd settlors to make It moro intensively proby Dr. Bernfeld and Dr. Henry M. ductive. This is a rich coast county with a mild even climate. Groehl, and had been rejected by both AVIATION FIELD physicians, but that before tho phyVOL' CAN SKi: THIS COU.VTKV WITHOUT LKAVING IIOMi: sical examinations he had "conver4 Wo havo Issued a beautifully Illustrated booklet telling of Monsations with Cherry and Dr. Bernfeld terey County, and the opportunities thero for YOU. Send us ton 4 In the offices of the board and later CAMP TO TRAIN 2,1011 MEN IS cents for this booklet nnd n sample copy of Sunset at their places of business." BEING CONSTRUCTED AT tho ono big National Mngazlno telling of the life aud developKail. Will Ask DAYTON, OHIO. ment of tho West. Address, The warrant stated In part that HUNSKT MAGAZINE 8KHVICE Ill'llBAU, 8A.V FKANCISCO "to effect tho object of the conspiracy Louis I. Cherry and Samuel J. Bern-fol- d Dayton, O., Aug. 11. Whllo on August S, 1917, did have a engines of aeroplanes roar conversation with Kalman Gruher at overhead. 2,500 workmen, S50 teams berculosis germs thrive on dirt and When tho 273 Ulvlngton Street." and scores of tractors anil STATE DOCTORS ride on tho dust. three prisoners are arralnged Mon- of shorses aro making tho dirt fly here Don't wnit to bo cured but tako day, John C. Knox, Assistant United In preparation for tho largest avia NEED NO DRAFT eery means to prevent infection. States Attorney, said he will ask field In tho United States. Four Dcn't think you ran bo cured in that ball of J5.000 be fixed In each tion mnaller fields have been located other a wc-or in a month, but persist m case. country. But tho one observing titer ulcs of treatment and Mr. Knox exonerated Dr. Groehl thruoul the KENTUCKY MEDICOS HAI'IDLY will bo tho today, saying there was "absolutely under construction hero ne'er give up. FILLING U. H. FOUCES FOIt Don't wait untH It Is too Into benothing known so far that would Im- largest, providing facilities for trainWAU SKHVICK. ing 2,100 men at ono time. ginning to work for a euro after beplicate him In tho alleged IrregulariMoro than n hundred buildings alcoming Infected. ties in the conduct of examinations ready have been erected, and hund Don't fall to sleep ns much as of the deposed board. moro will be constructed. BuildNo draft will bo needed to secure possible and eat as much nourishing "Dr. Grohel says he was present at reds ings are put into use as soon as Kentucky doctors for service nt tho food ns is necessary. examinations on only three of tho finished. And, while the laborers are fomt, declares Dr. A. T. Mct'ormlck, Don't bo fooled with specifics for flvo days and that he made only a getting the great field in shape, doz- president of the Stato Hoard of consumption. None has so far bum few examinations," Mr. Knox said. ens of aviators arc taking to tho air Health. discovered. Max Noble, employed as a clerk by daily. Dr. McCormlck arrived here yesterDon't brood but remember that a Board 99, was taken to tho office of There are now 300 future aviators day to direct inspection work In dcterlmnntlon to get well is u powerDistrict Attorney Swann, who Is cooperating with the Federal authori- encamped on Wright Mold. They Jefferson County anil nt the Seelbach ful nhl In doing so. comprise the Twelfth and Thirteenth last night ho declared reports coming Don't put off writing to the Secties. He said ho had "heard talk of young to him from various parts) of tho retary of tho Stato Tuberculosis Commoney being paid over by men seek- aero squadron and arc made of keen-eye- d men from all sec- country show that doctors aro coming mission, Frankfort for ing exemption," but had not seen athletic, literature for country. forward as volunteers In such num- the prevention nnd cure of tuberculmoney paid to any one. Noblo will tions of tho Three Kinds Of Machine. bers that tho numbvr of men requir- osis, which ho will gladly send free bo called as a witness because of his Three kinds of machines aro pro- ed will bo enlisted beforo a draft of chnrgo. knowledge of the board records. vided tho Curtiss, tho Wright bip- ordor Is necefwary. Graft Charged. model be"From what I have learned," said Three East Side youths sworo to lane and tho "standard" ing used by tho Allies. Thero are Dr. McCormlck, "so many doctors affidavits in District Attornoy Swann'a FOR FLETCHER'S small machines built for speed, 150 havo volunteorcd that draft will not office today, alleging Improper conmiles an hour or moro machines be necessary. I know that Kentucky I duct by certain persons in rotation to examination by the board. One aff- built to nscend rapidly Into the clouds doctors nro offering themselves every Swlrsky and and aeroplanes designed to carry six day, and nearly all aro being accept- Tho CorNlmnn Oil and Gas Field, idavit filed by Jacob guns and bombs. When ed. My son nt Howling Green has Texas. sworn to In the presence of Assistant men, machine the 2,400 student aviators arc quart- been examining physicians iu groups The oil Industry In Texns may bo District Attorney Markewich, chargIt Is expitcted there) will be of four and flvo ever sluco word came said to dote from 1S95, when the first ed that Cherry told Swirskjr "if he ered hero, from 0,000 to S.000 machines iu the from Washington that physicians successful well was drilled in tho exobtained $300 ho would bo hangars, for In Europo it lias been wero noedod." rich Corslcana empted." In Navarra field found that it takos about tlireo maDr. McCormlck believes Loulsvlll" County. alDoforo thnt timo tho maxThis statement, the affidavit will furnish n largo quota of phy- imum annual production of oil In leged, was made after tho drafted chines to each fllor. The men aro learning not only how sicians for tho sorvico. Louisville Texas had not exceeded CO a "perfect physical man had passed barrels. Tho Corslcana field contlmed to yield .j Swlrsky alleged Cher- to fly but also how to fight In tho air, Herald. examination." ) moro complex affair, ry told him "to get the money quick which Is a far almost tho total production of tho maneuvering. The Summer Complaint. and return with It tho next day." requiring skillful State from 1S9G until tho discovery During tho hot weather of tho slim- of tho Heaumont field, In 1901. Swlrsky alleged further that ?200 men nro anxious to get to France, During tho hut 21 years moro thnn was all tho money ho could got to- where they will complete their train- mer months somo member of almost evory family is likely to bo troubled 2,224 wells have been gether and ho gave this 'sum to ing. drilled In till Tho hangars for tho neroplanes with nn unnatural looseness of the field, and about Cherry .with a promise to obtain tho s of them will acomodato eight machines. Each bowels, and It Is of tho greatest im havo been productive. remaining $100 later. At tho close Abraham Lugcr's affidavit stated squadron has Its own barracks. Thero portance that tills bo treated promptly of 1915 tho field had yielded nlmost offwhich can only bo done when tho 11,000,000 barrels of oil. about threo- ho is flatfooted and nearsighted aro boparato buildings for the icers. Is kept tH hand. Mrs. F, F. flfths of which camo from tho light-o- il but was pased by tho board and when Oilier Buildings. Scott, Scottsvllle, N. Y., states, "I s he pointed out his physical defects district nnd from tho Other buildings being built iueludo flmt usod Chamberlain's Colic and heavy-oi- l ho was told to come back tho next district. Somo wells In tho hospitals, machine shops, stables, Diarrhoea Uemody as much ns flvo field day for another examination. Luger havo been producing from 14 to sewago dis- years ago. At that timo I had a Bald a man approached him as ho mes balls, bath houses, 20 years. Tho production per aero attack of summer complaint and has been differently estimated nt left the board's quartors and told him posal plant, waterworks and a heatwas suffering bitoiiBO pain. Ono doso to scrapo togothor as much money an ing plant. llght-ol- l and 2,015 barrels In It will bo scvoral months before relieved mu. Other members of my district and nt 1,031 and tho ho could and return for a 1.7S7 barHug piles family havo sluco usod It with llko Luger tho Hold Is completed. In fortyeight hours." rels In tho heavy-oi- l district. Thu in estimated ultlmnto production per sworo lie passed tho second time of lumbor nnd other material now results. nro scattered about tho field. Farm when he brought no money. aero for tho field will bo moro than buildings aro being razed, trees cut Dout'H for Consumptives. A slmlllar experience Is recorded 2,000 barrels, a uuanlty of oil sulll-cleacceleDon't use tobacco or whiskey. In tho aillduvit of Louis Deutsch, who down and everything done to to covor tho produotlvo area to work of Don't breathe through the mouth. a depth of about U Inches. stated that life lusurunco companies rate tho expected training aviators to help turn tho Ubo tho nose. aro have refused to tuko him as moi-- J who Tho Strntlgraphy and structure of Don't oxpectorato except In a re- - tho Corslcanu oil and gas field ns well risk becauso ho suff- tldo against the Kaiser. than a ten-yecoptublo to bo burned. ns tho occureuco and production of ers from heart palpitation.' When Catarrhal Deafness jannot Be Cured i Don t tako vlolont excrciso or at- oil nnd gas In It are he informed tho examiners about his by described in a looal application!, ae they cannot reach condition, he alleged he was told to the diseased portion of tbo ear. Thure la tend violent or exciting amusements. report by (1. C. Mutson and O. 11. onu to Don't bo afraid of fresh air, hut Hopkins, recently Issued as return for another examination aiul only that way by acur catarrhal elcafntss, la Ilulletlu and constitutional remedy. an was met on tho slllewalk by tho Catarrhal Deafness la cuuacil bylining In- llb out of doors as iniinh as possible. CC1 F, by tho United States Geoflamed condition of the mucous of Don't swullow expectoration. It logical Survey, Dopnrtmont of Hio stranger who advised him to return the Huatachlan Tube. When thtfl tubeIm-la Inllamed you have a rumbling loand or perfect hearing, and when it la entirely it filthy and may auso Intestinal with money. Ho sworo ho was passA copy of tho report may bo Unites tho ed as physically lit tho second timo i loud, Deafness labo the rtsvit.and thla tube tuberculosis. obtained freo on application to tho Inflammation can reduced Don't sleep In air tight roms but Director of tho Geological Survey, hearing rtstored to Ita normal after ho had fulled to get any money. will be destroyed forever.condition, caaea of Many o deafntta are causid by catarrh, whleh la Live fresh air the fullest circulation. Washington, D. C. X an IntlameU condition of the mucoua aur Don't put off seeing a doctor If you Painting Rildges White. facta Hull'a Catarrh Med'in acta th'u the blood on the mucoua am facia of the have a cough, Feel run down and lose This Interesting Horn recently apat stem. We will give One Hundred Dollara for in weight. peared in Sorvico Bulletin of Iowa. nny cat of Catarrhal Deafness that cannot FOR FLETCHER'S Don't permit uncleanllnces iu tho be cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Ckr. A Tama County Brldgo on tho Linculara free. All IPruKclste. 8c home, olllco, shop or factory. Tu coln Highway iu tho Indian Reserva J. CHE.NBK ot CO., Toledo, O, i STRAW HAT FROM Hub Clothing Co. HARTFORD, KY, SSSV6SSSS!: Monterey County Needs Good Farmers ()() hlpli-powcr- sIk-vcI- Children Cry CASTOR A - . three-fourth- nie-dlcl- two-fifth- se-vo- ro 1,-7- 92 nt ar . In'-torlor- Children Cry CAS T.O R A Ttj ftfitf-H- v, a..fitfl.t l quarters, set for G:.10 p, m., on tho YANKEE GUNNERS dny of reporting to tho hoard will ho the first military ceremony tho drnft-e- d HARD ON ARMY OUTLINED men pnsq thru. Tho board members nro directed to be present In person and to Inform tho men of their 'mllltnry status, Impressing on them ki:i:p suiimarinks uni:k sea locai, iioakhs to have, caiii: the fact that disobedience- of orders Y PlItINO AT KVKRYTHIXa orjiiLV uxtiijTiiijv i:i:.;ii Tho Is tho gravest mllltnry crime. FROM LOGS UP. MI light hand baggage, containing toilet PLANS FOR DRAFT Bhows tfliat there is a popular demand I nrtlclcs nnd n change of underclothing, which tho men nro permitted to Washington, Aug. 12. IlcRula-tloiitako with them to camp, will ho In under which men of the new na- spected by tho board nnd tho lists of tional nrmy will ho called to the col- men sent forward made out and ors, beginning Septcmhcr 1, were copies of original registration cards Friday by Provost Marhal Gen- prepared. eral Crowdor. They map out In deFor each district, flvo alternates tail the whole program to he fol- will he sumoned to tho hoard headlowed until every BoJdlcr of the se- quarters in nddition to tho men aclective draft army has been accepted tually selected to fill tho board quota. by tho Adjutant General of the trainThey will bo held at the assembling ing cantonment to which lie Is assign- point until trnln tlmo to fill In vacaned. cies should any men of tho levy fall Two hundred thousand of the first to report. CS7.900 men will ho called up Sep' AVI II Determine Contninnd. to their tember 1 and forwarded Exempt for retreat the camps before September 5. The wliote men will be given town llborty until business of assembling the levies nt forty-fiv- e minutes before train time. entraining points, providing them Tho board will, during this interval, with shelter, food nn dtrnnsportatlon select one mnn from tho levy who is and giving them their actual Induc- deemed best qualified to command tion into military life Is entrusted to nnd plnco him In charge of tho party the civilian local boards which se- for its trip. Ho will name a second lected them for service. Until tho In comand to aid him and the oilier men reach tho camps they will not men will be told that the orders of bo in contacf with uniformed officers. these two men must bo obeyed under Tho civilian control is carried for- pnin of mllltnry disclplln. ward thru every stago of tho draft to Tho mnn In chnrge of the party will the very gates of tho military camps call tho roll nt tho board headwlrero tho mnklng of soldiers will be- quarters Just before train tlmo. Ho gin to bo completed within sound of will then lino up the draft and, no- the guns in Franco. jcompanlcd by tho board members, Tho actual call for men will go In march tnem to tne stntlon to entrain. each case from tho Provost Marshal There a final verification of the list K General to tho State Adjutant Gen-orwill bo made and If any mnn of the stating the number of men to be selected number Is mlslng, nn alter puppllcd nt n specified tlmo by tho nate will be sent forward In his place. lw Kach local board will State Tho tickets, with meal tickets, all promptly informed of its proportion papers relating to the party Includin tho call and tho Adjutant General ing tho copies of registration cards, from f will fix tho date when mencamps. his will ho turned over to tho man in Stato shall cntrnln for the cnmmnnd, and tho party will start for To I'lv IhitralniiM'iit Plan. Its training camp. Immediately tho local boards will Must Watch Over Men. make out the list of men to nil tho It will be tho duty of tho comcall from the roll of acepted men mander of each party to watch over nml it wll also fix the plnco of his men during the trip, to see that nnd tho exact time of de- none are left behind nt nny station, parture. that all are fed regularly, and that Orders to the men will he posted no liquor is furnished to the men en nnd also bo sent them by mail. They route. When within six hours of will bo directed to report to tho local tJie camp he will file a telegram to board at Its headquarters not less the Camp Adjutant General notifythan twelve hours nor more than ing him of the departure of the train, twenty-fou- r beforo tho time of de- the local board will send a similar parture for camp. message. Every precaution has been "From the times pecified for re- taken to meet nny emergency in adporting to tho local board for mili- vance. Should a train be delayed by tary duty tho regulations state "each accident, tho commander of each nfcin in respect of whom notice to re- party will have proper telegraph port has been posted or mailed shall blanks to report the fact to tho Camp bo in tho military service of tho Adjutant General nnd ask InstrucUnited Stntcs." tions. Prior to the arrival of the men nt After the departure of the levy for tho board headquarters board mem- camp, tho local boards will turn to bers arc Instructed to mnfco arrange- gathering up stragglers. If there Is ments for their accomodation, to find evidence of wilful violation of orders, clean and Banltary sleeping places at tho offender will be reported to tho hotels and lodging houses, to arrange Adjutant General of tho Army as a for their meals and to provide lodg- deserter nnd the local police will bo ing nnd meal tlckots to bo taken In j asked to arrest him on sight and payment nnd redeemed for cash later turn him over to tho nearest army by a Government disbursing oiucer. post for trial. Where there was no In its discretion tho boards may grant Intention to desert, however, and the permission for tho men to reamin at missing man reports of his own will, their homes. tho board wil send him on to the Must Prmldc Oooil Food. camp with an explanation nnd a recArrived at tho board headquarters ommendation ns to his degree of nt the hour fixed for reporting, tho culpability. men will bo drawn up, the roll called, Arrived nt the camp, the party will and ngents of tho board will tako undergo final physical examination them personally to their quarters, re- ;by nrmy doctors. It nny nro rejecmaining with them until every ar- ted tho local board will be notified rangement for their comfort has been nnd an alternnto sent forward for are loach such case. Tho net quota of a Instructions made. Emphatic given that tho quality of food furn- board will be regarded as filled only ished shall bo good and tho board Is when tho full number of men called held liable for seeing that meals aro for, hnvo been finally acepted. ndoqUato. Provision is made, nlso, for a strict at tho hoard head- - nccountiug as to quotas, between the Retreat roll-caFederal Government and tho Adjutant Generals In tho first Instance and GOULD between tho Adjutants and tho local boards In tho second. Reports to show tho standing of such accounts will be filed every ten days until evory quota hns been filled. H roll-calls, al ll Washington, Aug. 11. It looks ns tho tho submarlno menace has been ovorcomo. Hundreds of ships a week bear tho stars and stripes thru tho barred zone, across which tho Kaiser said we might send ono ship n week painted like a barber pole. The Navy Department Is ndherlng to Its pledge to announce any dis-nct- No disaster has been accounted. The nnswer Is that tho Yankee gunners nre keeping the submarines tho sea and that Yankee Quartermasters aro learning to lay big ships on a course that would make a polo compony Jealous. When a mander can safely get but one squint nt a tnrgot less stable than a flee, his deadly torpedoes go astray slnco Simm's squadron turned the gamo and taught it to our merchantmen and transports. Yankee gunners when they enter the barred zono nro taking a shot at They admit this. Floatanything. ing logs, bits of wreckage, even big sea birds, everything that bears any resemblance to a periscope, right off shell. feels the crash of a three-inc- h Theso things nro shattered because the Yankee gunners score hits. There aro no scratch crews, such as many of tho British merchantmen carry. These aro among tho best shots of tho United States Navy. From what has been learned of Admiral Slmms' reports there have been real periscopes among theso victims. This is borne out by the apparent caution which tho German has learned. They no longer He calmly half submerged with engines stopped ready for a fair and everything launching of thdir torpedoes. They must take their shots on tho run and after but one glance. between the Absolute Slmms patrol of destroyers and our transports and rnerckantmen has evidently been attained. It is generally believed that the ships are sent thru previously cleared and always changed channels. Secretary Daniels is now consulting with experts as to how much of tho detail of this story can be made public. When It comes out it should bo ono to stir tho soul of every American who knows the navy and believes In his country. bs-lo- w at ed for the bond. Tho New York Sun snys that the astounding leap In tho number of bond Investors from tho comparatively small nifcnber of bond holders previous to the Llborty Lonn Bond salo to over four million subscribers to tho Liberty Lonn, hns opened the eyes of tho banking world to tho enormous possibilities which will undoubtedly bo at their disposal for placing the second government lonn. Tho people, It stntcs, have been impressed with tho ndvantnge of saving nnd lending money to the government. , Postal savings in New York have been mounting rapidly notwithstanding numerous purchases by small investors of Liberty Loan Bonds. Deposits nt tho New York rostofficc and branches Increased nine million per cent for the dollars or forty-eigcurrent year, and tho number of depositors now number one hundred thirty-fiv- e thousand. ht '. I W,uZ T H its Cfi iKct Contents i:b . ISPluId Drachm 1 GASTORIA For Infants and Children. jjjjggjy Mothers Know CASTORW ' t .ALGOHOL-- 3 TER GO.T. 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Wo have for sale, a scholarship, way and won by rePills Dr. to work good for a complete course in either englno refused Restored to Health by Lydia jmovo King's New Llfowastes willwin of tho accumulated Do Bookkeeping and Accounting or smoothly, it was announced. E. Pinkham's Vegetable ter from your intestines, tho burden Pnlmn's tlmo was 20:51 Stenographers Courso In the Owens-bor- o Compound. of tho blood. Get that sluggish Business & Industrial College. sj m spring fever feeling out of your sysFor particulars apply at Republican Ibul Colds From Sudden Changes. tem, brighten your eye, clear your tf Spring brings all kinds of weath- office. "Why will women complexion. Get that vim nnd snnp er and with it comes colds and tho reFulton. N. Y. rav out their money for treatment and of good purified healthy blood. Dr. vival of winter coughs and hoarseInsist On Cnhli. CCCCIVU lU UVIlWlty King's Now Life Pills aro n Shortly after tho Reconstruction will ness. Dr. Bell's when so many novo laxative that nids nature's pro- head oft a now cold or stop tho old Poriod began, an old Southern plantproved that Lydia At all drug- ono, tho soothing balsams rcliovo the er met ono of his negroes whom ho E. Pinkham's Vege- cess, try them 1 soro table Compound gists, 2Cc. throat and heal tho Irritated tis- had not seen since tho hitter's libera will make them mm and start tion. sues. Get n bottle y well? For over a Miiui'n tho Word. "Well, well?" said tho planter. treatment at onco. At your druggist, year I suffered so Doctor Something wrong with the 25c. Formula on tho bottle. from femalo weak1 What aro you doing now, Undo ness I could hardly I baby? . Josh?" Btund and was J Mother Yes, doctor, ho got hold of do gospel." "I'so Somo Liberty Loan Items. to go on tho afraid old dictionary, some way, and "What! You preaching?" Now York banks nro said by tho street alone. Doc-inr- u lof an up two pages out of it. snld medicines chewed "Yassa, mnrster. Pbo Now York Tltuos to now hold very !,.nmi nnlv nn nnoration "Did you give him an eniotic?' "Well, well! Do you uso notes?" small blocks of Liberty Bonds. This Lydia E. Pinkham's "Yojj, doctor, but I can't got n word would help me, hut "Nossuh. At do, fust I uso notes, is accounted for by tho facts that has proved it out of him!" Exchnnge. Vegetable Compound perfectly well Judgo do cash." most of theso banks received only a but now I othcrwiso. I am now work'-M- rs. , relatively small amount of tho bonds and can do any kind of Her Regret. they subscribed for, and that thoy Nklub Piielvs, euro of R. A. Kidcr, n F D No, 5, Fulton, N. Y. suffers I Paticnco Who Is sho in mourning hnvo mndo salos to their customers woman who Wo wish every nervousness, of thoso they did receive under the for? from fcmolo troubles, For Infants and Children Patrice Her husband. allotment. Tho fact that tho bank3 backacho or tho blues could boo tho womenmado well by Years aro not loaded down with thoso bonds. "Isn't it becoming?" In Use For Over Vegetable Compound "Sho thinks so. Sho says she is Is regarded by tho Times ns denoting . symptoms and do not Always bears If vou have bad cause, writo tp tho a very healthy condition for tho sorry sho didn't hnvo an opportunity tho Signamle of UMnkham Medicine Co Lynn,. Liberty Loau bond market as it to wear it before." Exchange. advice given free. Am, for helpful one-four- th Old-field2-- 5. non-gripiPine-Tar-IIonto-da-- Wt Tr. Ra You can be a success, and a big success, if you have AMBITION, ERERGY, NERVE. The road to success is easy if you are properly prepared. A Business Education is the chief requisite for preparedness. The big men of today almost with- - $ out exception are the men who prepared yesterday. We prepare you for tho position that are waiting for the prepared man or woman. School loi session Jio mirii-vonr Pnnile. niflv ontor nt nnv timo find receive proper classification. a - CASTOR yj0 30 A iio Business ; (Incorporated) ill Hi J i OWENSBORO, KY. S?E WwZTW i fer-lrT-ft'J- ' A J !. (nwTCMnuWBCnMQRfif (waH9-hwwS- te tjej uSmHSTi ".urn tjBrHWJWw !S&Mf2 EI"" y"-i-t- 'timo and at tho same time ..,.. , an I' make eal Court recently turned down a NEW OFFICERS TO i ...... 4 attractive noiuo tnni win nuni hujb proposition to submit the stock law from the flare and glare of other at-- , whole County, wo question to tlie GET ASSIGNMENTS tractions. Eatmd nccorrtlng o law at the Toitotrk bellevo that the Court did the proper A bright, cheerful home with good , a inall mattfr ot the Mcond thing. tlnrtlocd, K Wo don't know how any InelAM, music, n well selected library and dividual ot the Court voted, nor do Nearly all of the County SUCCESSFUL KENTUCKY AND IN- nbove all a rested and cheerful mothwo care. v. W. S. TINSLEV, Editor & Bus. itgr. has the stock law In full force and er will stand tho competition of the. DIANA MEN TO HE DETAILED nearest town fur hettor than a cheereffect, and the whole County has votTO CAMP TAYLOR. holloto ed upon this question at times, by the less home with a tired, worn-ou- t Address all communications w-eyed mother who seeks to get Che Hartford Republican. precinct method. There arc perhaps rid of her noisy, energetic children less than n half dozen precincts Ft. Benjamin Harrison, Ind., Aug. rather than to hold, direct, nnd enNOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS wherein it is lawful to let stock run obtribr denlrlim tb paper nt to n new at large and these precincts nave 15. Within the next twenty-fou- r joy them, women must be relieved addrrM raiot give the olJ ndJrm-- In mnklnR the held elections upon this question and ' hours tho successful students In the of drudgery to n certain extent before rtqotwt. will they con splrtunlizo their home, It may bo Officers' Reserve cantonment tho measure. DnelneeK Locnt nti'l Xotlif l"c Per line ami 5c dofented per line fur each mMltloniiJ Ineertlnn. But I want to thnnk tho ladles who nosslblo that thoso desiring that tho learn where they ore to be assigned. OtiltuorlPK, Renolatlonn iwiil I aril ol TuinKe;5c ontlrc County vote ns a unit, have Gen. Glenn is to proceed immediate- - so nobly nnd bravely helped to pate line, mons.r In mlrnnre. fgsno. 1v In tlin HKsl inmnnt tn miata of iliitv tlin ...... ...., In tlila .. i -. ...- - .. .0 .- .w ..W...W w. ....- ...v flrflt atnn umb iiii j w.- w.. ... Irre, hut other tiuuiituu ,1... iiiin tn vnfn- rtvar tlin Chnnh Notice for errl and Let us make a conservative precincts that havo said they do not of the 2,S00 men from Indiana, Ohio, I dvertle ementn. 6c per line. Anonjruoun coiumunlmtloM will receive no want the stock law In force. If that West Virginia and Kentucky who re- - studied effort to vote to the best luttentlon terests of our children In the cduca- be trno. or whether It be true or not, cently received commissions. x Tills means that tho new officers tional lino. Voto for your trustees. X you force tho vote in tho whole! if to battalions and' Vote for your Superintendent. Take J away are to be assigned 1S3 County, you most certainly do Cuml:or:o.r.i ' with local self government, because companies in the new national army vital Interest. C9 S"a.Tisa.oza' I itvd Believing that any one who can X says to to be mobilized at Louisville and the romnlnder of the County devclopcment fairly beat me In no earnest a raco ns nnd Select Precincts, you shall ChllHcothe. Another UGUST 10 Roslne FRIDAY not lot your stock run at large, when was the selection of Lieut. Col. Gig- - I have tried to make, Is well worthy my support. I am hereby pledging I in fact 19 out of every 20 may voto nllllat, former, commandant of Cul-J for stock running at large In these ver, as senior Instructor to succeed "myself. May success be his. ' Sincerely, As a matter Muj. Richardson. particular Precinots. A MRS. I S MASON. The first training cami) was to nf rniirso there is Generally two sides to all questions. The writer is, per- - have closed on Wednesday when th-- ; ':airij.i:eBSsi sonally for the proposition of every men, according to rank, were to be lit i r man keeping his stock In due bounds, sworn in and presented with their WAIl llll mis ceremony nas but no is also just ns strong lor tue commissions, proposition that each precinct govern been set aside for the new order, CENTRAL POWERS it's own affairs along this line and If The men, instead of participating in Wc placed a goodbye on corv- - ajiy ceremony, will be sworn in at it sees fit, by a majority vote, to fine the stock, do so, but having a once in small units. in house. Wc have looked Then they will proceed home on .1 WASHINGTON RECEIVES OKFI- stock law In my precinct, I fail to see over, bid goodbye and CIAL NOTICE OP DECLA- what right I have in saying to Center- - few days' leave, or If Gen. Glenn RATION. or any other precinct for tho'ders, go at once to Louisville, Chilli-- 1 75c; all $1.00 matter of that, you shall not let your cothe, or to any other post to which i REPUBLICAN TICKET. $1.50 they may be assigned. The men ex-- 1 51.00. 51.25. stock graze upon your waste and $1.50. London, Aug. 14. Reuter's Limit- Ipected to have twelve days' leave, lands. Tor Representative S5.00 but this may be shortened very ma- - ed has been olllclnlly Informed that L L. BMBRY. ' MORH TO HE VHARED terially. Many will receive no leave China has declared war upon Ger- ; For Coiiity Judge 'many nnd Austria-HungarAnd so goes. If you TIIAN SMALL POX at aii a tho MACK COOK. mem- - declaration dating from 10 o'clock School Is almost over for the ; for For County Attorney call as wc Persons suffering with tubercnlos- -' uers 0( tue present Officers' Reiervo this morning, A. D. KIRK. is are a constant menace to every Training cantonment. China is the seventeenth nation to All in a very few of th will be sold for in For County Clerk person with whom they come In con- -' UOys wm receive their final pay array Itself with the Entente coun-taW. C. BLANKENSHIP. Powers, unless the greatest precautions checks before Wednesday. They tries ngalnst the Central For SherllT are taken. The disease kills nearly iiave turned in their ritles and other The decision of the Chinese Cabinet for wc S. A. BRATCHER. a thousand times as many people as equipment used in their practice, to declare war on Germany and For Jailer on Augiu-- t yet when even one per- - This equipment will be used by the was reached and WORTH TICHENOR. Lson Is attacked uy smallpox ne is next cantonment, starting August 27. :. nuu tne action oi me memuers ot Assessor For rushed off to an eruptive hospital or The number who failed to obtain the Ministry was approved by Feng D. E. WARD. place of seclusion from ontact with commissions was about fifteen to each Kwo Chang, the acting President of For Superintendent ot Schools the republic. others. The Insldlousness of con- - company. E. S. HOWARD. The seventeen countries now in the sumption and tho slow manner In For County Surveyor war on the side of the Entente folwhich It murders Its victims have TO ItUPl'HMCANS AND C. S. MOXLEY. c c c r: .a.x:3 kept it from being regarded with the FRIENDS OK OHIO COUNTY low: Great Britain, France, Russia, For Coroner United States, Belgium, Italy, Japan, fear attached to eruptive diseases DR. A. B. RILEY. and blinded the people to the 1m- i wish to express thru the columns Rumania, Serbia. Montenegro, Greece, For Justice of the reace portance of using every means to 0f the Republican my sincere thanks Cuba, Portugal. San llarlno, Slam, Hartford I)ltilct a combat it. But the light is breaking tor and appreciation of all Interest Liberia and China. ED. SHOWN. " through the constant efforts of the manifested in ray behalf while a can- -' Beaver Dam District . Adapting Himself. State Tuberculosis Commission, aid- - dldate for the Republican nomination SAM L. STEVENS. Tl,e Impecunious suitor was suing by its Executive Secretary. Dr. for Jailer of Ohio County. In the re- -' ed Centertown DNtrict Loyalty to principles for ,1,e naml of ,ho lielrC!S- W. L. Hezier, at Frankfort, who is cent primary. fool somo good Democrat 'Into rot-fn- g GEO. W. ROWE. "nut n,y (lauSter llns ,,cen ac" STRAY STREAKS. prepared to send pamphlets treating of the old party, especially at this Tot himself for Squire. Rockport District remon- of the disease, Its prevention and time is more permanently fixed with customed to every luxury.' Q. B. BROWN. (By Fluke McFlukej cure, to any one who will write to me than heretofore. The ticket nom-- , strnted her father. It Is said thnt about ono hundred Roslne District "oh' that"8 aU f1"'" P"1 th0 him. mated on Aug. 4th. is a good one and lunatics wcro arrested in Washington. W. C. DAUGHERTY. deserving of the support and best impecunious suitor. "Tou'll find that Inst month. Does thnt mean thnt wo Sulphur Springs District lofTnrtu nf im nil. h Pni a sort of luxury myself." Judge. TO THE REPUBLICANS ho .lpfp.-itoi- i W. S. DEAN. Ernest Blrkhead, tho undertaker, will hnvo to hold special elections to ,, of oiuu tou.Mi candidate or otherwise. It shall be says there Is ono good thing about llll vacancies In Congress? FordsviHe District my pleasure to do my part in the B. P. RICE. his business, that Is, no one who has . Allow me to take this method of election of the whole ticket. Noticing that tho Government was erer used his goods, so far as known, Bartlett District L thanking each Republican voter who Truly, arranging to put Joyriding on the has been heard to kick. B. C. RHOADS. so loyally supported me in the race E. E. TINSLEV. k.it- blink In order to conserve tho gnso-lln- o for the Republican nomination for supply, we've decided that we Hartford, Aug. 15, 1917. Ten new subscribers were added to I With Liberia and China in the war County Judge. Altho defeated, this paper last week. No, of course would not buy that 7 passenger touron the side of the Allies, means ad- gracefully submit to the will ot the ntS. MASON'S ing car Just yet. they had no way of knowing that this ded weight for Kaiser Bill in the last majority and assure my successful LETTER REPRODUCED Fturr would no siicived oy tne primary . opponent of my hearty support and stretch. Thnt Salt River Excursion party election news of last issue. So tho in his fight this fall. I j owing to the rush of both author men wc toll for told us to get busy. appears to havo made tho round trip Uncle Samuel should be ready to came out of the race without any and ealtor IaBt wcek sorae vltai er without mishap or undue hindrance. Hence we are back on tho works. answer the door at any time now, sore spots and havo nothing but the rors of pUnctuatIon were over looked, have seen most nil of thoso ( ns wo for missions from Liberia and China best of feelings to all those who saw ,n Mrs jaEOl,'s carjt therefore we wh" "k "assnK0 ttn thc- - et "av Garden Stories. may come and catch tho old gent with lit to support any or my opponents. reprnt Eamo tnlg 1VMk, will bo recognized as a The above a hand and generally speaking. nnn.1 111nnnua n to w vu his stripes off. tf ..w Undo I went into tlie race practically un rn 4t. .' rn.l wi.u.t Rert. ..,,- - I feuuu namvuufa w t lVMl TIM Otl the tt'llrt- champion Bob Her claimsthe bo tho u f' ..! iiro.iu smiio on tneir return. Rough gardener of except in my immediate recent contest for In, the known i rvfyiP,i May tho good Lord deliver us from neighborhood and havo enjoyed meetfor Jailer of River Valley, says he is now grow- iPul''ica" nomination Capt. Cox says bacon has got so nolnanv wav' Congressmen nnd ing the Republicans of Ohio County. the day on whlclr county. Mr. TIchenor Is a Ing tho fifth consecutive crop on the durned high a Allow me to express my sincere, fellow can't even get 'same spot of ground, first: Ho grew U. S. Senators, come homo to unHfe. The Republicans have nominated appreciation for your interest, sup- - '"" ,., ,u . burden themselves of great speeches a guou, Clean ivr.,.. ..,,. f' a pleco of meat skin to grease his old "- ! mm ihi.ii; i "u nort nmi fuvors shown mo (luring the " 1" wie ikhu hand-sarti:ii on the war patriotism. . ununity and now resides in the wes-- ; ordinary weeds, then crop-grnsreason why every Republican should' IIIKI II rJ. llllllll..MM TW , part of West Hartford Precinct. ,smo hered the weeds and morning-Whin, , met dofeat I .in not feel We don't profess to know anything BmCo ne ""-- ; "' showing in glories tooK tne weeds and no thinks splendid to victory this fall. ,,as ,lcon feeding his chickens on feed that my time was lost at all. Tho Mr. Tichenor's about who Is in fault, but we do Again thanking all those who sup- experience was educative to me, as his race with tho other ten good men jtliat thero aro perhaps about 2 tons know that each of these strikes are ported mo and assuring thoso who fact that he is an of Jimson per ncro whero ho first '" ' "IUH ior pounu mo tentiiers In well as pleasant to meet so many nice Is evidence of the as a knife stab under the fifth rib, to exceedingly strong candidate and ho planted spuds. The last two crops I,,s oltl rooster's tail havo turned did not of my kindest feeling, I am, people. the Country, at tho present time. ' Yours very respectfully, Is certain to como under tho wire growing ho says makes his plnco look """wnwnrd, ns If ashamed to eat tho Tho National platform of the Restuff. J. A. BELLAMY. well in front of his opponent on No like a regular flower garden. wo have Headed by Viscount Ishll, publican, Socialist, nnd Democratic Cth, next. as visitors in this country n bunch of parties approve of women voting. Our vember theTn li umiaiinl VMiali rf ' w "smelt" ham cooking over nt ELDER DIES X'PI. speaking of gardens Japanese Dignitaries, who como load- WILLIAM RESULT OK ACCIIinvr tho paper last week, we '&C, Squire Dean of Dundee was down ""nso Martin's the other day and UP ed with olive branches, on each ot ccldent omitted Mr. TIchenor j here last week and tho Squire told our " a'l to go out and get somo-.'and achooh are bo vitally connected I i which a peace dove is gently perching. nployo of Mr. William Elder, in neighbors to tlo mo up until g Ernest Blrkhead that he had tho best of These Japs aro ateo absolutely Coal Mining Hence tho article this week. wae" "" Earden ho over" laid eyes on. Said ho care of any and all sorts tho Ilroadwav to . It I one of the coming Issues Rlmmons. "tiled nt that nlaco on Tues had threo peach trees In his garden, 0,Ior honco. of disorder arising within the Pacific ,inv nt nnn., nR n result of iniurles.to bo met. Old precedents, old cus ono of which was full of Kentucky Ocean, theroby releasing nil of Uncle swept away ruatalned when run over by a motor ,toms will eventually bo When Doc Riley and Doc Ford reWonder nnd tho others loaded with Sam's war craft for duty in the Atas we" as many of our laws now on on last butter beaas. Ho says ho pulled up ceived their commissions, wo thought Three or of tho Company in it's mines and other waters. lantic Saturday about 1 o'clock, p. m. The tho statute books, n Jimson stalk the other day and they would soon bo gone ahd then a four years ago this sort of proposal exact cause of I 'eel the sooner wo comprehend the injury nnd accident found 4 potatoes "didn't say wether fellow would havo two moro chances, from the Japs would have almost proto Mr. Elder can not bo ascertained, this tho sooner wo will have taken they wero sweet or of tho Irish varle- - but ulong about that timo Doc Taylor duced a state of war, more especially stride toward success, It Is presumed that In his attempt to ,a 'ng ty" growing on tho roots of unld ups and buys hlti'solf a fllvor, therby on the Pacific slope. How time nnd In trying to adjust ourselves to got off of the track on which ho was Jimson, as largo ns gooso eggs, enabling him to get to two or threo change. conditions do working, he, in somo manner camo'tno new order of things, we realize Squire Dean further stated ho had to- - wloro ho used to got to ono. women havo responsibilities an matoes growing on ragweeds or rag-- l . There may, or there may not any- Into contact with charged wires, well as men nnd in more things than weeds on tomatoes, Blrk was not I "Blessed aro tho peacemakers" thing of tangible valuo or immediate, shock throwing him to tho ground. tho permanent good bo derived from tho His feot and lower limbs wero badly J11 "ThePast' Buro which wuy It was. Blrkhead not tho keopers of tho penco, but tho spiritualised life of any homo claims to havo Investigated this gard- - makers of it. That shuts out tho pence proposals of Pope Benedict, yot crushed, ono of which had been am-- 1 measure of its worth, is the only truo en stuff of the Squire's and found folks who tell unpleasant things they the world takes hopo, that in tho dis- nutated. Tho abovo injuries wcro Immaculate l'ROF. E. S. HOWARD keeping nnd house to follow, Bomo ray of perhaps tho most notlcablo, tho hu garden at nil, hear, for oven though they may in- cussion certain Republican nomineo for Superln- - that ho didn't havo any .. slavery are now under-wlB- 0 household mm mo tiling fcquiro calls a garden is dulgo In no rackets themselves, they light may trickle thru tho war clouds, was evidently badly injured other- - stood not to ho real homo making," tendent of Schools of Ohio county. a llttlo thrown-ou- t weed patch that certainly promote them among other that tho rift may bo widened sufficient know-nDeceased was a member of Chest-- 1 "X which I mean that scientific mrs. uean cultivated in garden truck folks. Southern Agriculturist. to let pure sunshine thru. Tho proMARRIAGE LICENSE ISSUED ot homo making saves a great Camp, 393, W. O. W., was 33,I-'gposition coming from tho sourco SINCE OUR LAST REPORT last year, that tho potatoes and to- years of ago and loaves a wlfo and j outlay of timo, money and strength mntoos wero volunteer plants nnd from whonco It does, is sufficient Turn About. Tho remains and presents possibilities of better cause for attracting attention. From four small children. W. P. R. Wilson, Logansport, to that Mrs. Dean perhaps did plant ' Ho was going to proposo, 'but management, more w sely directed around tho peach trees for tho foro doing so ho wished to mako no other, supposedly neutral Individ- woro taken to Caneyvlllo for burial energy, etc., thereby gvlng the worn- - Mlnnlo Hazel Miller, Cromwell. j ual on tho globe, would tho peace on Wednesday, that being his former G. W. Martin, Cromwell, to Mary reason that sho could never get tho suro she was a conipotont girl. So ho BUtlUi, luuuniuimi nit.. nil llIHO lur Squlro to stick beans for Iter. nine- - nsKed her: proposals recolvo even passive notice. ,0I110i Drake, Cromwell, cultural improvement. A llttlo leaven sometimes lcavenoth "Can you wash dishes?" Ernest E. Miller, Olaton, to Zllphn head says ho furthor found that "Thoso Include all Influences that money nro soon "A fool and his Squire Dean does nothing lump. May It be so in this much, the whole v "Yes," bIio said sweetly. "Can you Brown, Horso Branch. and sweeten life," i broaden parted, my son." instance, S. W. Cook, Aruold, to Arvilla Al- - nsldo from talking politics and run wipo tuom?" "Who got yours away from you, I Women cannot in this day and jnlng for magistrate and trying to Ho didn't propose. Ynlo Record. drugory all tho bin, Arnold. do household . timo Referring to the fact that tho FIs- - dad?" Detroit Free Press. Hartford Republican. i ... GOOD BYE Straw Hats We don't want to x ' ' .!,. -.- August 8th is the beginning of the end of our Straw Hat business. ' t f carry over of a Straw Hat I o I'lllffFwTii SSsl , 3mm&& ' i jJy WE WONT. price it have or-to- our elegant hats at at $2.00 at $2.50 at Panamas at $3.50. $3.00 at $2.00. straw hat stock marked the every our to every hat. y, ct Aus-smallp- it want straw hat little or nothing, hat at once, out days, some cases, the bands arc worth more than ask the hats. '', Carson " ;-- Si Co. I! i t Hartford, Ky. , ' ' r. T ZhZ WHia-Hunuwiu- !,,. 3 tn "!"! eu-a- y, '"'V guar-enteeln- ' S . "'a" I I ! tha.t ( ut .... ..... w , ns J. I .s 'aV- - Vil-Vtf- n-' U.M.Mim,M,M m' WW. 1 1 ,nani, v.w afnvegtrKmnissasKoarzumeKiJinH0tiitm .i- - ryj"- Jj Prices Reduced! The Woman of Discrimination accepts McCall Designs as her Fashion Authority Designs of Garments for The summer months are fast drawing to a close. We find that wo JA .Skin 'v MtCtll f'iiirrn Mnrn;nn Afi iiiui iiii,rwit:iiiuuii, y Evrninir. Inrlnnrc o .. ini Outing, Traveling McCALL PATTERNS for SEPTEMBER NOW ON SALE have a considerable quantity of wash materials on hand that need to bo turned into cash, hence wo have decided, the present high prices, to mako a sacrifice in the reduction of all summer wash fabrics. This means a saving to you. not-withsta- nd All 10c Lawns and Voils, now All 15c Voils, Batiste and Lawns All 20c Wash materials All 25c Wash goods. . . . All 40c Lawns and Voils Sc lie lTe 21c 29c These prices hold good unt.l next Saturday. good time to save money. A McCall patterns carried in stock. Buy at home, and remember that it pays to trade with a house that saves you money. ILGb, Hartford Republican. FRIDAY L., H. & No. 113 No. 110 No. 112 UCUST Miss Bessie Keown, of Rockport, Intl., is visiting relatives here. Tho Big Beautiful Rockport, Ind., 10 Fair, Aug. 22 23 24 and 25, 1917. ST. L. R. R. TIME TABLE. duo at Ellmitch 8:32 p.m. duo at Ellmitch 7:30 a.m. Lv. Ellmitch ... 3:40 p.m. Ar. Irvlngton ... 5:35 p.m. Lt. Irvlngton ... 5:5C p.m. Ar. Louisville . 7:40 p.m. Ko. Lt. Louisville ... 8:35 a. m. Ar. Irvlngton ...10:06 a. m. Lv. Irvlngton ...10:40 a.m. 1:04 p. m. Ar. Ellmitch & E. K. R. TIME TABLE. M., II. Bouth Bound, No. 115 8:46 a. m. Duo at Hartford North Bound, No. 114 5:55 p. m. Due at Hartford (Both "Mixed Trains.) Ill ... W. E. Ellis & Bro., have tho little Whlppoorwlll peas for late sowing. Wilbur Keown, of near Fordsvllle, is visiting his brother, Roy Keown, and family. Llout. Gllmore Keown is expected homo first of next week, to remain some ten days. Mrs. Bettio TIchenor was nppolnted and qualified as guardian of Nannie TIchenor on tho 14th,. i Mr. M. T. Likens nnd wife visited tho family of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Felix, of Rome, some days since. Bring your produce tous and get the best market price. Ct2 ACTON BROS. Personal News jr and Sodal Euents, Seo Eck Rial for Kindling Wood. Mr. E. lTNabours, of Olaton, was Stove--yo- lii'ns Monday. ook Buy that-Cfrom Acton Bros. Seo need Gt2 Hartford Mill Co., for Lime, -- f TUHNlP""SEEi may uo had by calling on VvE. ELLIS & BRO. SISAL IMiidor'Tw'lrib whllo It lasts, & 18 cents per pound, at W. E. Ellis Bro. 3, Rov. J."HrEmbrey, ofRouto was in town Inst SatI'eavcr Dam, urday. Mr. J. fT.Mooro of EHzabothtown, vae hero Monday and Tuesday visiting relatives. Dam, Mr. Fro"dCoopor of Beaver Springs, Ark., for a threo Is In Hot weeks sojourn. neanfield, Mr. J. 7C"Bellumy, of candidate for County Jiulm recent wni' In Hartford Monday. Greenville, Miss NoncTFord. of camo up Sunday to visit her father. Dr. E. W. Ford and family. Ellis, went Mr. nnd Mrs. Howard Owensboro, last Saturday to visit to relatives, returning Sunday. Plaster nnd Cement. was Mr. Alva'Taught, of Olaton, Monday. in Hartford Hunter of Smallhouu, Mr. was in Hartford last Monday. Rot-m- i LIME Wo now hnvo on hand nn imple supply of barrel Lime. Cnll on W. E. ELLIS & BRO :z. Wo carry a regular lino of repairs for McCormlck and Deerlng W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Mowers. Those good eats tho kind that tickles the palate nt Potty's RestCt4 aurant, Potty's old stand. When in need of n nlco pleco of Furnlturo call on tho Furniture Ct2 ACTON BROS. Dealers. I" O. Hunter and Miss Ruth Mrs. ItiUy, lift or spending ten days at Dawson Springs, returned homo Sunday, Mrs. R.'lt. Riley nnd children, who aro visiting the family of Mr. J. II. Hlx, of Sutherland, will return home Monday. Mr. L. E. Everly and Mrs. Evorly of Mnntnnzas, were tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Taylor on last Sunday. Mr. II. MTrTrtlo of R"outo 1, went to Louisville last Monday. Mr. Plrtle wan In i barge of a shipment of A. S of 12. titockj County Clerk, W. C. Blankonshlp has moved into the resldenco recent ly vacated by Prof. II. E. Brown, on Walnut Street. Wo havo moro Road Wagons than wo need. So wo want to soil them. Tho Owensboro best mado. Gt2 ACTON BROS. "PetTy'ii-hacl- his old stand, serving thoso delicious lunches Ho Is also putting out tho coldest Gt 1 drinks in town. W. E. Kills &Bro., ilavo three Deerlng Mowers and Rakes left, which will closo them out for the season. Prices right. Arthur at Mrs. Vernon Llcon of Hopklnsvllle, . The Ladles of Goshen M. E. Is expected next week on a visit to Church, will give an Ice Cream Sup-D- r. 'per on Saturday night, Aug. 25th. J. n. Plrtle and falmly. 'Proceeds to go for heneflt of the Misses Ilnth Stewart nnd Minnie Church. 7t2 Cooper of Cromwell, were the guests Emma E. Corley, of near Fords- of Miss Maurlnc Martin from Tuesday vllle, was tried In County Court yes- y until terday nnd adjudged a of un- Tr, Sherlff and Mrs. S. O. Keown went .,... will Buiiiiu i"i"i ui u luiimit unit hub toui- to Louisville today. Mr K InIttCd to the Western Kentucky Asy-maa business trip to Cincinnati, linn j niv iiicoiiv Ohio, whllo absent. Mrs. Attyo Griffin has accepted a Mr. H. Y. Taylor, of Whltcsvlllo, position in a Business College at after spending two or three days here Manistee, Mich. She will soon be the guest of Mr. U. H. Ellis, returned Joined by her children and will make to his homo yesterday. their homo In tho north. Miss Louise Maddox of McHenry, Geo. Calvin Keown, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Keown, of Nashville, who spent soveral days here the guest Tcnn., Is visiting his grandparents, 0f Misses Vera and Tina llldklff, ac companied by Miss Vera Midkiff, reMr. and Mrs. Cal I'. Keown. of Junk, turned to her homo Monday. Miss All kinds WANTED Vera will likely be gone for a week. hides, wool, feathers and roots. Miss Mary Suo Johnson, of McD. L. D. SANDEFUR, Henry, one of Ohio County's talentHeaver Dam, Ky. 5tf ed teachers, has accepted a position Mrs. Jno. T. Moore and daughters, in the Southern Shorthand and BusElizabeth- Mary Ellen and Isabelle, of iness University, of Norfolk, Va. Miss town, arrived here yesterday for a Johnson formerly attended school week's visit with relatives. here. Mlsw GorU Fleener has accepted a j Augllst 32, 23, afand 25 arc ths position in the High School at Harris- - (ates for tho nnua, meetng of the burg, Ark , under Prof. II. E. Brown, nocijport, ftid., Fair Association. The who recently left for that place. meeting of this Association is looked Tho Ohio County Republican Exc- - forward to with pleasure, not only by rutlvo Committee has been called to' tho people of the Hoosier State but meet here tomorrow at 10 o'clock, y many Kcntuckians as well, a. m. A full mealing Is desired. Harry May, leu here yesterday for Potty's Restaurant, conducted by Memphis, Tenn., where he goes to Arthur himself, Is serving the! accept a position with the I. C. R. R. lunches like you used to get there Co., Engineering Department. Harry Ctl 'has been working for the L. & N. R. Yes, the drinks are Ice cold. ATlJeTrifcttTfte? spending R- - Co., In local depot for some time, Mrs. J. thl's week and last, visiting relatives I Success to you Harry, In your new , ' position. . . In the No CreeX neignnornoou, is ex pected to return homo tomorrow. Mr. R. T. Collins in the employ of Rev. O.L. Smith, of Utlca, deliver Du Pont Powder Co., will return to ed two good sermons, here at the Bap Michigan Monday. He will be actist Church on last Sunday morning companied by Mrs. Collins, who will and evening, to fnlr sized audiences. i spend her vacation in the north Rev. S."E. Harlan, pastor of the During ner absence Miss Harriett local Christian Church, accompanied Fleener wIU serve iu ner stea,i at tne by his family, is conducting a revival post offlse. meeting at Valley Grove, Davles County. Keystone Chapter, No. U0, R. A. The Hartford Bottling Works, Masons will confer the degrees on nfter remaining Idle during all of the nine cadidates on tomorrow, begin present year, resumed operations re- - njng at 4 o'clock. Lunch will be of j served at 7 p. m. Royal Arch Masons cently, under the supervision Jesse Hoover. from Hardinsburg, Louisville, Fords-vill- o and Beaver Dam, will be here to Mrs. A. V. McFee of Middlesboro, making an extended visit to her assist in the work. is mother, Mrs. M. McCormlek of Route Havo big stock of Eureka and 2, and to her sister Mrs. L. T. Riley Swans Down best patent flour. Will of this place. Mr. I. S7 Mason and family moved keep each brand in stock at all times. from this placo to Taylor Mines on Will exchange either brand for wheat h.st Friday. Mrs. Mason will teach or corn or will sell for cash as cheap the fall and winter term of school at as any dealer. Will also keep bran and shlpstuff In stock at all times the latter pluoe. for exchange or cash. Edwin W. Cooper and little Mrs. "ELLIS MILLING Co. daughter Ann, who has been visiting 6t4 Mrs. C. M. Barnett some time, reCounty Bottling Try tho Ohio turned to their homo In Nashville, Works for Soda Water and Parfay Tenn., on last Sunday. the World's finest soft drink. Orders Mrs. C.AT"Wllson, who has been ilnllvprnil nnil linttlnQ tnlfpn lin nt vniir spending the past week visiting lier!,,.. SpecIal attenUon given rusu . iuin. uuu muiui, j. uiun. ui orders for Picnic's and Ice f!rpnm Route 1, will return to her home n Suppers. Tiyersburg, Tenn., today. The Ohio County Bottling Works, Mrs. J. W. Raley anddaughters, PARKS & KING, Prop's. Misses Golda Mao, Grace Lee and Garnet D., of Louisville, arrived here Prof. H. E. Brown and family, Tuesday for a two weeks visit to Mr. left here on last Saturday for Harris- and Mrs. M". L. Heavrin. Iburg, Ark. Prof. Brown goes to the Mr. J M. Vaughn of the Ross - Arkansas City to take charge of the Vaughn Tobacco Co., Mr. and Mrs. city High Schools, as Principal. Prof. Bottorf, of Owensboro, were here Brown and his family will be greatly Sunday, tho guests of Mr. Mallory H. missed here, not only Educationally Murphreo and Mrs. Murphreo. but socially nnd In Church as well. lciiey-whospent For selfish reasons, this community Miss Hrttio Vooiit ten days at Dawson Spnue. would have been pleased to have kept left there for Union City. Tenn , these excollent people here where she will visit her brother. Mr. ILKU'S CASH PRICKS FOR W. H. Riley and v,fo for a few U.iyb. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY Mary Lucllo, daughter of Mrs. C. Indlaanpolis, Ind., R. McCallister, of Sugar cost $9. S3 per hundred F. after being qulto ill for several days, O. B. Hartford today wholesale but at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. wo havo 20 bags that wo are going to Portor, has almost completely recov-cie- sell Friday and Saturday for $9.50 at the store $9.05 delivered and Mr. Goodell R. Wooten of near $10.00 If charged. town, togother with Mr. A. V. McFee 100-lb- s. N. O. Cano Sugar.... $8.25 of Middlesboro, arc spending n couplo in.ibs. N. O. Cano Sugar 1.00 of weeks visiting In Knoxvllle, Tenn., iQ.jbs. Peaborry Coffeo 2.00 and on a camping expedition in the 1.G5 GOOD Coffee Cumberland Mountains. .83 1 Doz. 1Ak&. Mason Fruit Jars .G5 RTBafrdlmd'Mrs. Balrd (U 1 Doz. qt. Mason Fruit Jars. . Mr. L. ., Pnlmetto.-Flnafter spending a few 1 Doz. qt. Tin Cans, whllo .05 they last days hero the guests of Dr. S. C. Balrd and family, left for Llvermore Ono 75c Broom, ."5c; two for. 1.25 2.75 the latter part of Inst weok, for a visit 1 bbl. Salt .75 1 Gallon Syrup. with relatives nnd friends. Dr. L. BTBealTo'f thlsplaco has Last chance to buy Wnshlng10 ing Crisp for mndo arrangements by which he is to 1.00 operate and bo in charge of the Dav- - 20 Cakes Lenox Soap 1.00 less County Fair this fall. So inr 20 Cnkes C: E. Soap Soap.. 1.00 we hnvo not been Informod ns to the 20 Cnkes Powder 1.00 20 Boxes nvnrt dates for this meeting. .40 1 aa' elllz Vinegar Mr. J. lirB." Carson. Mrs. Carson , .25 Soda Mnry Misses nnd their dnughtors, 1.75 Ono 24-lSnck Best Flour. . Aubtln nnd Annie Ray, left Mondny 1.00 White Cnno Sugnr. . for an extended trip to Niagara 1 2.75 Bug Mixed Feed Falls, Washington City, Now York 1 Bng Dixie 3.25 Feed and various points iu tho East. 2.G5 1 Bng Velvet Meal Tho Rob Roy ball teanrchallonges 1 Can Pure Hog Lnrd 11.99 nny amateur team In Ohio county or Hogs are worth over 17c por pound. ndjotnlng counties. For further par Goods charged will bo nt the regu- ticulars write Rob Williams, general . ,co .. llnoeln uih uvssio Iiuiuugur, T,nn..nu T... I. ui'uvcr iiiiu, Jarungln, secretnry, Ronnoko, La. MOKOAN'S MUX TO HOLD REUXIOX SEPTEMBER 7 Tho Ohio County Fair Association will meet in annual session here nt it's beautiful grounds on Sept. 2G, 27,t Loxlngton, Ky., Aug. 14. Tho 28 and 29th. Tho Herald and Re- - Morgan's Men Association today aro now Jointly engaged in sued calls for tho annual reunion of at Olympian getting out nn attractive Premium tho cavalry voterans Springs September 5, G and 7. list and Catalog. I DAWSON TO GET $3,000,000 HOTEL ,...,'., KARLSBAD COMPANY OK AMER. ICA TAKES OVKIt OTIIKH RESORT PROPERTY. I I ; ... Hopklnsvllle, Ky., Aug. 1G. Any by nouncement was raado Theodore It. Troendlc, of this city, president nnd treasurer, that the Knrlbad Hotel Company of America will Immediately begin the erection of a 33,000,000 eight-stor- y hotel of 1.04S rooms at Dawson Springs. The company, which Is organized under the laws of Deleware with n capital stock of $(5,000,000, owns 800 acres of park ground with an eminence on which the hotel will be built. Golf courses will bo laid out and there will be an artificial lake of seventy-si- x acres. A nearby tract of land, containing 500 acres, will be used as garae preserves. A five-yecontract has been made with L. 3f. Boomer, of New York, to be the managing director. That position ho now occupies with the McAlpin Hotel, of Now York City. The officers of the company are: T. R. Troendle, president and treas urer; D. B. McBee, vice president; L. M. Boomer, managing director; Will P. Scott, Secretnry; Miss Helen Royalty, assistant secretary. The hotel is to be finished within two years. Two smaller hotels of 200 rooms each will be built next spring. The Karlsbad Company, Mr. Troendle says, has acquired the following other companies in Dawson: The Dawson Springs Company, the Dawson Hotel Company, the Arcadia Hotel Company and the Karlsbad Mining Company. It is stated that $150,000 of the preferred stock will be used in developing coal property owned by the company on the new right o way being built by the Illinois Central between Dawson and Providence. Mr. Troendle says that the Illinois Central has agreed to build a new nation at Dawson and will give the resort sleeping car service with all the principal cities in the country. to-daar east portion of a trnct of G82 a. deeded to N. G. Hunter by S. C. Hunter &c., April 10th, 1901. Deed of record in Deed Book No. 30, pago 294, Ohio County Court Clerk's Office. And conveyed to Geo. W. Hunter by N. J. Hunter on May 10th, 1005, by deed of record In Deed Book No. 30, pago 334 In said offloc. There Is resorved nnd excepted from tho foregoing boundary and not Included in this levy or sale, the following described tract or parcel of lnnd viz: A parcel of land In Ohio County, Ky., on tho Hartford and Paradiso road and known as a portion of tho old Russell homestead and part of tho survey deeded by N. J. Hunter to G. W. Hunter, May 10th, 1905, Deed of record In Ohio County Court Clerk'a Offlco in Deed Book No. 30, pago 334. Beginning with tho angle of tho snld Hartford and 'Paradise road nt a stone on the W. B. Fulkcrson lino; poles to a stono; thence SG W. 4S Hartford and Paradise road; thence N. 40 ',. poles to n stone in S. C. Hunter's lino; thence SG E. 46 Vi poles to a stone on the Hartford nnd Pnrndl&o road; thenco S. with said road to the beginning, containing 12 acres, more or less. All coal and mineral rights reserved. The purchaser will be required to execute bond with good and approved security, imediately after the sale, j Given under my hand, as Sheriff of Ohio County, this tho 16th day of I I , . . ,n, i S. O. KHOWN, S. O. C. TROOPS ROUND UP KENTUCKY MINERS IN AVKSTERX STATE TROOPH KENTUCKY SEEK BAND OF 100. Ky., Aug. 14. Madlsonvllle, Troops of the Kentueky Brigade aro hero several hundred strong scouring Webster, Union and Hopkins counties for n band of miners 100 strong who are sought on the charge of conspiring against and firing on Federal troops. Nine already havo been rounded up and are confined in a stockade at Providence prior to being taken to Owensboro. Tho arrests are being made in connection with the pitched battle between miners' pickets and mlno guards and troops two weeks ago at the Diamond inino. . , at Clay. Among the nine men already under arrest are the president of tho Clay locnl of the United Mino Workers of America, an organizer and a Thesmall country mine owner. others are union miners. Two carloads of troops from Louisville camo. here last night to aid in the roundup. It Is believed that fully thirty or forty of the wanted men have? ol. E. B. Ba- sescaped In Illlonols. sett, of the Third Regiment Is hero -- j j in command of the troops. Tho men confined In tho stockade at Providence are Kell Tosh, who organized tho Clay local; Tom Morgan, president of the union nt Clay; John Braden, a mine owner; Charles Christopher and Alfred Messamore, of Wheatcraft, and Emmett Hays, Enoch Hearln, Guy Brown and Grov- -, or Brown, of Clay, all union minors. These men and about eighty others are accused of firing on the tipple of the Diamond mino at Clay, where mino gunrds were on duty. Several thousand shots woro fired, but no one wns hurt. - Tho foregoing Is a fair likeness of S. E. Bennett, Democratic nominee for Sheriff of Ohio County. Mr. Ben- nett was renred upon a farm but came to Hartford some three or four years ago, since which time he has been engaged In tho feed and livery business. Mr. Bennett made the race for the Democratic nomination four years ago but was defeated by T. E. Butler, now deceased. The nomination went to him this time without opposition. Mr. Bennett Is promising to make a thorough canvass and should he be elected will do his utmost to perform the duties of the office In a creditable manner. Thad d. 10-lb- s. Rub-No-Mo- re Rub-No-Mo- ro b. 10-lb- s. i) 5-- SHERIFF'S SALE. The Commonwealth of Kentucky, Ohio Circuit Court: E. E. Birkhead, Deputy Master Com'r., Ohio Circuit Court, Pl'ff., vs R. P. Beck and G. A. Hunter, Defendants. By virturo of a judgment and levy of Execution No. 911, which wns is sued to me from the Ohio Circuit Court on tho 20th, dny of Feb., J3I7. in favor of tho said E. E. Btrlihead, D. C. O. C. C, against tho aforosnld R. P. Beck &c, for debt on a sn.'o bond $175.00 with G per cent, interest from December 14, 1915 until paid. nnd GO cents cost, plus tho cost of this advertisement nnd sale, I will on Mondny Sept., the 3rd, 1917, nt about the hour of one o'clock, p. in., nt '.ho Ky., Court houso door, Hnrtford, offer nt public auction to tho highest and best bidder, on a credit of six and twelve months, tho following described land or so much thereof as may bo necssary to satisfy Plaintiff's debt, interest and all costs, viz: A certain tract of parcel of land in Ohio County, Ky., on tho waters of Pond Run Creek and bounded as follows: Beginning at a stone, S. C. Hunter's N. E. comor in James WIN soil's lino; thence with his lino S. SGi E. 57 poles to a stono iu tho Hartford and Paradiso road; thenco wltirtho samo S. 17V W. 38 5 poles to a stono poles; S. 50 5 on said road, W. B. Fulkersou'B lino his corner; with thenco and said road N. SG W. 4S& poles to the beginning, containing Reserving 30G acres, moro or less. tho coal and other mineral, It having heretofore been conveyed. This Is tho 3-2-- On nccount of being For Sale, For Sale. drafted into tho nrmy I have for sale ono Work Horso, ono Spring Wagan, ono complete Moving Ficture Outfit, ono Edison Phonograph with about 4 dozen records, one Bennett Typewriter, and ono Ford Automobile. I will sell tho above Items nt bnr-gnprices. SHELBY M. SOUTHARD, 7t2p Beaver Dam, Ky., Route 2. CENTERTOWX. Mr. Jim Coleman of Paradiso returned homo Sunday after an extensive visit to Mr. Mack Benton. , ln Mrs. and Mrs. Carl Benton nnd children of Louisville returned homo Friday after a short visit to relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. demons and littlo daughter of Judsonla Ark., spont a few days with Mrs. S. E. Matthew's family last week. Miss Kayte Hollo and Ruth Duncan of Bowling Green aro tho guwts of relatives hero. Miss Mary Blackburn of Central City spont u few days lust week with Miss Maude Calloway. Mr. Albert Rowe spent tho weok end at tho Point. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Burch of Horso Branch visited relatives hero from Friday till Sunday. Misses Mattye mid Lottyo Kuykou- doll, of No Creek, Ethel and Evn Mor ton nnd Lillian Quigg of Llvermor aro tho guests of Mrs. J. L. Smith, Mr. Mack Denton has passod Officers Reserve Corps oxumlnatd and will leave Aug. 27 for Ueujamlu Harrison. tt'wtmvn irwwtfawwuwiflmHto'KroctyW'' 1 1 "ii iir'nrj ii r Hi iifwi e - kfjatMukaajfM JJ J I JP M f KBKM3WWW asSsasaBuaMafiBt I i fll I when Judge It. W. Slack entered judgment dismissing tlio plnlntiff's petition for divorce on the ground of HOTEL CVQTPII FflD II Q 'desertion and granting an nbsoluto OlulClYl rUn Lli Ui divorce to the defendant on tlio ground of cruel ami Inhuman treatthnrouchlv mix the whole. Dissolve I ment. The court withheld its dc- Gm eminent Crop ItciMirt. Washington, D. C, Aug, S, 1017. the Iron sulfate In two parts of warm GlIKMAN Sl'li:n TO Hi: ItOUXDHI) clslon as to the amount of nllmony not hot water and sprinkle over A summary of the July crop report UP 11V MOST SCIKNTIKIC .that will be allowed Mrs. Axton until In thoroughly. next Thursday. .MIH'IIODS. for the State of Kentucky and for the the pile, mixing It In a box Attorneys for Mr. Axton asked that United States, as compiled by the Keep sonic of this mixture ' the court render its decision nt once, Bureau of Crop Estimates, and trans- before the hogs at nil times. IlLofamlRicanI mitted through the Weather Hureau, Now York. Aug. li.scotin,,,, which was not granted. With the population of the nation 17. S. Department of Agriculture, Is Slack in announcing tho de- tfly where food liouli In wor,,i.fnmoUB cradle of English bound, lh Powhatan liid Die increasing at tho rate of 2,000 000 dctect, ,,, II10(le, for tho clslon stated that the plaintiffs nnd as follows: t0 be Jut. cons annually, the Unltel States will have It It flrit'lo-th- t heirti.cf Itt vnlnnl Inioiileonea defendant's testimony were directly 1 - 9, 1 forecast, countrymen. State-Au- gust j ico.000,000 people to feed In , ,o cxtt,rmlnat0 ,,, , contradictory and that outside cvl- 600,000 bushels; production last ear nc0rdlng the statistics recently slvcn ,m. dence would have to 1)0 considered nm, estimate)' 95,200,000 out. Thl8 wlU re(1niro an Increase In (December before he could nrlvo nt a dcclslnu , Wo ..Icat8.. kc,y bushels. cerel production of nearly 100,000.- - peril by ,helr as to U.e amount to which Mrs. Ax mr mMm m United States August 1 forecast, 000 bushels and an unusual increase way to France. on was entitled production In Hvo stock production. In 190G, bushels; ..'tw5fi?):--5'-''jiiinAi- . Uurton Vance, of Louisville, mnde 3,190,000000 Is the henduarters of "Tho Ynrd" 5S4.239 beef cattlo were exported, London's metropolitan police What the final nrgument In the case, repJast year, (December estimate), 241,000 bushels. but in 1914 only 1S.376 cattle were wo will copy is tho "speclnl depart- resenting Mr. Axton. Ho talked six ALL WHEAT sent out: tho nork exportation ex- The T,owfatan it rrfinnt. e the secret police force engag- hours nnd thirty tlvu minutes. 1uiTc, sjil icittul. Itt excelotno Aucust 1 forecast, S.920,- - n,,,in,i i.riOO.000.000 pounds In ment" "political work" for the whole The case hns been a very important ed on lent lixSTiont on Pennrvlvam one and hns occupied n great deal of 000 bushels; production last year, jgoc but now it has dwindled to empire. Avenue, I8tfi ami II SlteeM, rnako II i ttrmaMr Iftailuar S,010,000 neariy Meanwhile estimate), 900,000,000. (December tlmo of the court nnd for that "Silence and secrecy is the motto the lot lor In iJal, cou let, touiitt -- .. jurtiei, convention. Schools anil bushels. South American countries aro ex- - at "The Yard," where "news" is rli,su" ,uu" wo,! m,t, m" " V ...I ' "' , lolleget, decision was given by Judge Slack United States August 1 forecast, porting food products to tho United absolutely never given out. Every "it Powhatan attract! the production last states while prices of nil fodd stuff3 trla . 053,000,000 bushels; people of culture and caseation, morning Sir Edward Henry, the Com-- 1 nime.l atcly follow rig the op lit iroxlmilv to State. War ami tlio de-eyear, (December estimate), 639, SSG,- - nre growing higher. To meet this mlssloucr, holds a "council of eftlicr tho lInntlff Naxv Deiiaitmcntt. alto re mAf production historical interett. tvintt .1ol ,..., wcro ,ricnt 'c ,,' ',pclf growing demand increased 000 bushels. 'I sess-- ! fol1""1 i .:.ii.. . At these twenty-minut- e inK(3 tins imiiti rsj'vciaiir ai' ' OATS Mrs lo was announced. amj nioro economical methods aro ions, to a tliicriminatintf pub tractive at which tho aides sit around lie . Jolly, a ui,htcr of George State August 1 forecast, G.970,- - necessary. TTle Powhatan "the chief" like school cklldrcn be- - " cftcrt room city, and Mr Axton Is of 000 bushels; production last year, with detached bath at $1.30, teacher, plans nre decided $2.00 and up. Rooms with priC, 300,000 widely-know- n estimate), informal as- - foro their may of tobacco dealer (December A Farmers' Club is an vate, bath, U 30, S1.C0 and up. start wheels of the ? upon that nA.tn,inn nt n irrmin nt npnnlo In a bushels. AVrile for boellct with mip, ' clcantic machine moving in most United States August 1 forecast, coramunity for the improvement of CLIFFORD M LEWIS. distant parts of the world. production themselves nnd their homes In par-la- st .'Jjnjccr 1.4G0.000.000 bushels; When Scotland Ynrd goes after n year (December estimate), 1,- - ticular and the community In general h ril man it lands him. It doesn' defeat i n aoa. "? ' t r - 251,992,000 bushels. ' itself by allowing a press agent to TOBACCO Pigs which come early in the fall give all the latest and jirospe'tlvo 442,- - snouu State August 1 forecast, be given a .jood start so as to developements to tho newspapers ' ' 000,000 pounds; production last year ma0 lt profitable to feed them dur- like: "Three spies were sho (December , estimate), 435,000,000 ing tlie winter. Tlierefore, feed the Items THE in tho Tower of London this mornpounds. sow nnd pigs quite liberally. A brood 8EW1NQ only visible signs 1 forecast, sow 01, full fec(i should get about 4 ing" have been tho United States August MACHINI of the Yard's activities during the pounds, production pr nt ilor weight in grain. 1.270.000.000 ' ,.. OF H , ( . last two and a half years. ..i j.,- Jast year, (uecemuer tviiiuuici, QUALITY.) Yard can teach our Scotland -r-150,022,000 pounds "Send to the Experiment StatioH for sleuths much about the habits of the POTATOES a set of free bine prints and barn Teutonic spy. It knows tho big men Mrs.G.P.Cartwright.oJ ' State August 1 forecast, 5,990,-00- 0 plans. NOT aie buried deep, and aro high in the ' 9 IB Whitwdl, Tcnn., writes: HIH bushels; production last year SOLD government upon "I suffered with bcarkig-dow- n 4.11C.0OO Special Methods to Increase YtelcV of confidence of tho estimate), (December UNDER which they are spying. It knows a ; pains. ; . The bushels. Wheat and Ry. ANY German educated in England, mas-dizzy spells got so bad United States August 1 forecast. OTHER Specialists of the Department of queradlng as an Englishman and that wIictlI would start to NAME. 467.000,000 bushels; production last Agriculture and the State Agriculturnavy, walfcff would just, pretty year (December estimate), 2S5.437.-- j al Colleges hope that by better meth- commissioned In the Hritish blew uh Kitchener. nearly fall. Was very 000 bushels. WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. ods the average yield per acre will Thirty thousand of tho "little fol n. much ItoKl SWEET POTATOES wherecTor maintained be at least If yon pirrh.io the NKwIlOMK you will were on Scotland Yark'a , who my husband I tliought State August 1 forecast, 1,175, there is a fertilizer shortage and will lows" ha e n life avi t n t tlie price you tn', ami will were rounded up In Eng-- j Cardui would help me. . . not lutvenn cndk-- chain of rcpnlra. 000 bushels; production last year i. t..MAnnrt.l l. ntlmf cnMfnnc ATlfrll blacklist week of the war. Then He got mc a bottle?". . It (December estimate), 900,000 bush- - C(u,cattonal work will be done to land the first helped rnc so much that the secret service laid for the master Quality els. make this desire an actuality, ami . in i snips, nmn who fnr voars had .lieen . he not mcinolhcr botjlc. " ' States August 1 forecast, this canaicn the most successful United ., , . G)njidaetl I (got a'w hole lot better. w ar unice una ouit-S6, 400,000 bushels; production last growers wll have a prominent part planted in me government h is the departments It took The dizzy spSlIs and the year (December estimate), 70,955,-00- 0 For instance, it is stated that on the bearing-dow- n pains. . . months of the cleverest kind of esCheapest bushels. land that could be sown to fall wheat pionage to rout out these arch splitj left'mc entirely." ALL HAY this autumn, it is possible materially in the end If yo.it are weak and For nlany months Pngland was acState August 1 forecast, 1,140,-00- 0 to Increase the yield per acre by putn, or suffer from Hut she of being "spy-madIn Y.nv. tons; production last year, (De- ting into practice some principles cused womanly pains, with good atie. She was "spy-mad- " tons. cember estimate), 1,421,000 that are already wjll known to moit took no chances. She removed Prince If you vnt nsowlng maclilm, wrlto Tor forecast. farmers. United States August oar lnti it cntafciKUo bvfuro you purcluuvc These bhould appeal es- Louis of Blattenberg from his naval last pecially to those who cannot Increase 100,000,000 tons,; production Tlie New HomeSeninc Machine Co., Orange, Mass, year (December estimate), 109, 7SC,-00- 0 their usual acreages without doing command and forced Into oblivion Lord Haldane, Lord High Chancellor tons. injustice to other crops which should and former War Minister, because of APPLES (Agricultural Crop). grown. r State August 1 forecast, 2.S70,-00- 0 be his friendship with the Kaiser. These principles may be summed The United States is beginning to barrels; production last year up as follows: understand what it means to have '(December pstimate), 2,147,000 barplow early. Give the plowed 1 mlliltary secrets supposedly known to c rels. Jand two months to settle before sow- only a few high officers sent to Tonic United States August 1 forecast, ing where possible. Our new Scotland Yard 3 bushels; proC2.COO.000 barrels of lanu Compact tho 2 You can feel safe In givsecret service is relied on to stop duction last year (December esti- with roller and harrow. ing Cardui a thorctiRh this spying. Sv'ffiU'"! barrels. mate), C7.415.000 3 Don't plow after a cultivated trial. It is composed of 4 PEACHES crop, Prepare such land with disk CANCELS VALUE OK mild, vegetable, mediciState August 1 forecast, 1,144,-00- 0 and harrow. ' nal ingredients, recogCOINS HOARDED UP bushels; production last year, nized by standard medi4MakO the seed bed a fit place bush,ecember estimate), SS0.000 cal books for many years, for the seed. Investigation Berlin, Aug. ll.-A- n els. as being of great value in SSow with drill, sound, plump, of the causes of Hie shortage of small the troubles from which v United States August 1 forcast, clean seed of adapted variety. in Germany has brought sur coins 42.C90.000 bushels; production last only women suffqr. The OUAHANTKKI) HKUVICI C Prevent losses from smut by prising disclosures. It was ascertainyear (December estimate), 3G.939,-00- 0 treating infected seed with formaldeenthusiastic praise of the Ono hundred per cent many milions of copper, nick ed that bushels. thousands of women who hyde. value. Special work for W. el and silver coins dlsappe.ued from HEMP have been helped by 7 O. W. Make tho soil fertile with ma- circulation because they were hidden Cardui in its past 40 years State August 1 forecast, 14,000,- - nure or fertilizers applied judiciously by W. F. STEVENS, popthe public, especially by tho year lnht o successful use should 000 pounds; production iwhoro needed. . H. P. D. 7. Hartford, Ky. ulation of tho rural distrhts, whkh estimate), 12,250,000 assure'you of its genuine (December 3 Reduce winter killing by ioi- - always had an aversion ngjiint paper Representing Continental merit, and convipec you pounds. lowing tho abovo suggestions,. Marblo & Grnnito Co. monoy and nover considered this kind that Uvould be wcAlh The first price given below is the of currency safe enough evon in tlmo average on August 1 this year, and Tmncil,m,s j;fr()it And your while to try this of peace. medicine for your trouthe second tho average on August 1 Xcccssarv. To drag tho hidden coins out of tho bles. All druggists sell it. last year. of this great ' stocking banks" tho government has Tho accomplishment State Wheat, 235 and 120 cents Increaso of wheat and rye acorago per btibliel. Corn. 191 and S7. Oats, without disrupting correct farming taken drastic steps. An order of tho Carchri anPotatoes, 101 and 74. practice will call for tremendous ef- Treasury Department, Just Issued, 82 and 52. nounced that ul one, two, five, ten, Hay, I1G.20 and $12.30 per ton. E&m fort on tho part of farmers. Howtwenty and fifty pfennigs and ono 27 and 28 cents per dozen. ever, the U. S. Department of Ag- and two mark pieces, Issued boforo United States Wheat, 228.9 and riculture, tho State Colleges of Ag1, 1917, will bo wortthless 107.1 cents per bushel. Corn, 190. 0 riculture, and other State and local January after Heptomhber 1, If they aro not 40.1 and 79.4 cents. Oats, 73.7 nnd agencies are planning to aid in every In circulation on that date. Potatoes, 170.S and 93. way possible. cents. This order has promptly thrown a cents. Hay. $13.42 and $10. GS per which scare Into tlio ton. Cotton, 21.3 nnd 12. G rents per approaches a panic. Throngs of farm- Ask Anonc) Wlm Has Lsel It. cents pound. Eggs, 29.8 and 20.7 Thoro aro families who always aim cm, women and worklngnien everyper dozen. to keep u bottlo of Chumberlain's Col- where hnston to tho banks with bags MNf"-!f yon to cucreed ic Diarrhoea Kemedy In tho houbo for full of copper, nickel and silver monIFIn lifeTwit must know vBu Hero' u Tonic for Your Hoks. .r. wliat it new in hurlneu and Indut-uso In caso lt Is needed, and find that ey to PMlianeo their hoards for bills. stock-fooMany of the condlmental try. In Indention ana clenc. but Sumo of tho gophers still hesltnto to tiet out of the ruti ret en the Urine Ua. RaJ a low it Is not only u good Investment on tho market Imvo no end of suffering. As part with their treasures, but thero they saves tlKim value, owing to tho fact that to Its reliability, ask anyone who has is no doubt that they will do so bonre diluted with dirt und other m foro tho tlmo limit granted to them no medicinal or used it. which has expires. feeding value. All animals, hogs ch tie mint Interratlni and useful mantta. and All copper and nickel colnes will ho OTAHII bo furnished some tWMELS CARRV peclnliy, should lilO Ultittrst. WiVI "vtmi u'n wvum Children coins or AI'RICAN DESERT roiiiaceii bv aluminum ACROSS 300 Article 300 Picture Kiinnrni Kii lisiniicos In their feed. A bceauso the copper all for onlytScenti. All the new Meai and A safe, old fashioned liome-mad- o mixture which has been ... u wnsir. lnvtniione m oicvrii;iiy Now York, Aug. 12. A local pot- und nickel aro badly needed for tho automobile! and aeroplanes, la ihopwork and remedy for worms. used with success in sovornl States, ai,u iiiiu.uiut. of war material, but it gave u romurkable manufacture ui laruuutf. and is recommended by tho United ash export today Mow to make thliit at home. 10 nif el every Seventy. fire yean continu. prosent to wlth-diamonth, IncluUintt telrltreratort, poultry bouaea, of Agriculture, account of how tho war has brought is not intended ut use it the best testimonial States Department out rurnltute, dutotuoUle shop reiuiln, etc. uny silver coins from circulaabout changoH In tho production of Meat. FRETS VERMIFUGE can hns tho folowlng composition: ItJ fall of offer you. 1 bu. It iawnlUn In plain ualiah lor man and boys. that valuablo substance. So valuable tion. Crushed chnrcoal m grout Keep a boitU tlwin on hand, ll Copy $1.60 a Year IS Cent n lias potash boconio with tho Hardwood ashos 1 bu. will hnp ip Iha ut aoea happy Oet K from t nrwulealer or write' direct to ad hctUr. Gorniuu Kiipply out off that Italian .mrs. axton ornate!) roujiu Ainui Salt S lbs. roiularocrenceAiouuiiy. 25c. LoiiM st fat crutiat or a'iisoluti: divorci: chomical men aro now gutting potush Atr. t lime 8 lbs. inl you, seed ilhi veur dVr eaa I trier TMCtaeyytriellyvaKalz.sumy aaa auatlM UU Hyr. Mipply aamt and 2x rKHb lr iUi Abyssinia, from donoslls In far-of- f ui slanipl tad wU send yw a bt4 Filtered sulphur 4 lbs. Owcnuboro. Ky., Aug. 11. Tho UoprMnpdy. (copporns) carrying it In sniull quantities on tlto Pulverized Iron Bulfnto divorce suit of Wood- backs of cainulH across n wntorlwM E. & S. FREY, 2 lbs. Jolly ship- - ford F. Axton versus Josslo . BALTIMORE. MD. n lm Hod Sea and thon i ...i..i...- -Call on Tlio Rcnubllcuii for Flno Farm Department 1 SCOTLAND YARD Professional Otto C. Martin. Attorney at Law ILUtTl'OHD, KY. Will jiractlce hia profttjiton In VhU and ndjoluing countlcfl. CotiitnorchU uiil Criminal Practice n Spoinlty. POWHATAN Lsniem x.c. I J.ce 0.E.TAYL0R.C.E Beaver Dam, Ky. Highway and Drainage Design. W. I ,,.,, ,,. 3, DR. 0. E. HART VETERINARY SURGEON llEAVKH DAM, KY. Llvct-- y OfMcc !., James Tn lor's Darn. n." -- -- lar, - ils erlHu t,l hi all eouDtrirt. or no nJ TRADC.MARKO j . il .. emmwwzmmm if x'x. m Pains, M Dizzy U Snails Ll ra . THAT PA1u.ttrtjtUuiaoruii.iy, at nir lrrM, uwliieli ytu to ttcrfft. twnJ rrtiJfL iclocr uHth for TRCC retort so jtW inutir en itnui.m;y sun. PASSING nircnCNCCS. nr fre UaUt iiK k on lrpntabi 1 vtrritc witf. t.) 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I aXJAIlANXEBD I Fnn uh Roughs VOLDS "coin-gopher- $5 Mothers' 8ATI3PACX0U OR MONEY HE1'TJNDET. i- ds V ?Alv.iiJ nm-turl- al For the Yerminree si. Popular Science Montnlv In nilvUv, liuw tu ollitlu iiiunts Iruli lux.X,lI CUirrtt:!Ua,lU., in ALL COUNTnlE3. Hmhrit Jtrtti li.il Washington au:r liil,l "ylir.l tnd nanrnnrn ..... nrrrNnrn. flonJn ...... awn .ii.kir. fTuiiil fli - rati nrt I "shln-plnstors- ," t!liti ttmt, bsw UclM Statti Fatut 0&, tu or enma tu us at Practice Exclusive!. I w I laa : WACWNQTON, D. C. rnoney-makln- tten-iavi- ' sr rt at r n S3 Air-slack- '"... is "r ;." ,irt " - 'KTsrArfia Job rrlutlug. , secured or Your Money Back )L V.u tttH t,.' nruuihon Trnlnlnjr, tbo HPi&mAVi'? "W H mail. Write ttmay DlUl'UHO.M'S I'JHCTICAt 111'itl.NEbK tOlLEOt; t'aducab, kj, POSITION " Jr-- Trnmfi X 44 '"y"'TTirnft MMUWkiXSl. FIGURES COST IN MEN AND GOLD PRINTS GERMAN NEWSPAPER FIGUKKS ON WOULD WAR FOR THHEE YEAItS. ablo price for the potatoes may bo determined. .MASTER X I Wagons! Wagons! COMMISSIONER'S SALE. wagons! Boforo you buy you should examine our hand inado farm wagons. They run lighter, are made of the very best material and last far longer than any machine made wagon you can buy no matter what price you pay. Wo also do all kinds of Blacksmithtng and Repairing, especially the hard jobs the other fellow can't do. Wo also make a specialty of Horseshoeing and earnestly solicit your patronage in this line. Berlin, Aug. 11. The Berliner Tagoblatt sums up the results of. the war to date as follows: War loans, $37,000,000,000; los3 nnd wounded, 24,000,000 mon; killed, 7,000,000 men; crlpled for life, 5,000,000 men; loss thru decrease of birth rate In all belligerent countries, 3,000,000 men. "The gold production of the world during the last 500 years amounted to $15,000,000,000, or less than one-fift- h of the cost of the awful war," the paper continues. "In gold pieces the $87,000,000,000 raised In war loans would form a belt that could bo wound around the earth nine times. The funeral cortege of the 7,000,000 men killed would reach It one from Paris to Vladivostok, folowed the other. hearse Combined Debt. "When tho war began the combined public debt of all European States was a Uttlo over $25,000,000,000, and now it Is over $112,000,000,000 Tho British merchant lleet in 1811 represented a value of about That Is less than tho annual interest England now has to pay for her war debt. Before the war Germany exported goods to the amount of $113,000,000 per year to tho British colonies. By cutting off this export England can eventually reimburse herself for h'er losses, but this will take more than 200 years. "Germany, with the amount spent by her for the war, could have bought all the cotton fields, tho copper mines and the whole petroleum Industry of tho United States and still would have had several billion dollars left over. Loss To Russia. "Russia, with her war expenses, might have covered her imense territories with a net of railways as close as that of Bolgium, and France, whose losses in mon are larger than the entire male population of Alasce-Lorraln- e, could have bought all of tho Portuguese and Dutch colonies with tho money she sacrificed for the war. "With the enormous wealth destroyed by tho war Europe might have been made a paradise on earth instead of a howling wilderness. There Is no doubt that the awful struggle would have been avoided if the nations had any Idea of its enormity when It started." In dead five-doll- ar $950,-000,000. t I Respectfully yours, A. B. Row & Son Centertowii, Ky. Thirty-fiv- e years experience in the shop. division of the proceeds among those who are entitled thereto, and for the purpose of paying tho cost of this action and tho cost of this sale, I will offer for sale at public auction to the highest and best bidder at the court houso door in Hartford, Ky., on Monday, September 3rd, 1917, at about the hour of one o'clock p. m., tho folowlng described property, viz: Two tracts or parcels of land In Narrows, Ohio County, Ky., and bounded as follows: First tract Beginning at a stone in the North line of tho right of way of the I. C. R. R. near the depot; thence running with said right of way E. 148 feet to a stone; thence S. 57 N. 38 E. 14S feet to a stone; thence 57 W. 148 feet to a stone; thence S. 14S feet to the beginning, containing Vi acre, more or less, and same land conveyed to B. P. Petty by the heirs of Ed Davison on April 2, 1912, and which deed Is of record In deed book 43, pago 432, Ohio County ants. By vlrture of a Judgment and order of sale of tho Ohio Circuit Court, rondered at the September term, 19 1C, for the purpose of a sale and full of life and action, filled with the lire or nne inspiration and followed by' 250 short stories of adventure, win mane Ohio Circuit Court. Oscar O. Petty, et al Plaintiffs. vs. NOTICE. Mrs. Cordelia Petty, ot al., Defend- i TRcYOUTfTS COMPANION r Better Than Ever in 1915 Then the Family Pagea rare Editorial Page, Boys' Page! Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles of Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone inmenome. i nereis no age limit to enthusiasm for The Three Current Issues Free Youth's Companion. If you do not know THE COMPANION let us nd ysu Three Current Israel FREE. Inclose this Coupon with your request. Those who subscribe now, sending $2 for the 52 issues of THE COMPANION for 1915. will receire The Companion Home Calendar FREE. 52 Times a Year not 12. More good reading than vou will get in any of the monthly 1 1 Kill-- : IS A GOOD I'liACi: TO STOP LITTLE MONEY Louisville Hotel, Louisville, Ky., Main St., bet. 6th &.7th The Only Hotel in Louisville Operated on the American and European Plans. Hot per per per nnd Cold Running Water. day; 2 people, $2.00 each day; 2 people, 2.25 each day; 2 pooplo, 2.50 each 2 2 "t AMEIUOAN l'LAX (With Meal3) Itooms without Hath but with single, $2.00 75 Hooms GO Hooms single, 2. CO 50 Front Itooms. single, 3.00 Kooms with Prlvute Hath: single, 3.00 60 Itooms GO Itooms single, 3. GO EUKOPEAN FLAN (Without Meals) Itooms without Bath but with slnglo, $1.00 75 Itooms single, 1.25 50 Rooms GO Front Rooms. single, 1.G0 Rooms with Frlvate Hath: single, 1.50 GO Itooms single, 2.00 60 Rooms THE OLD INN, European per day; per day; people, people, 2.75 each 3.00 each Hot nnd Cold Running Water. per day; 2 people, $0.75 each per day; 2 people, 1.00 each per day; 2 people, 1.25 each per day; per day; 2 2 people, people, 1.25 each 1.50 each Louisville, Ky., Cor. Sixth and Main Sts. Plan Only. Itooms Without Rath, 81.00 anal up; Rooms With Private Rath, 81.50 and up Ilet Eating Place lit Town. The Loulsvlllo Hotel and the Old Inn are located In the wholesale walk to the retail district and theaters. district and only a HOTEL AND OLD INN COMPANY", Props. LOUISVILLE magazines. 4 Second tract Beginning at a stone in the North boundary line of the I. SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE C. R. R.; thence with said line N. THE HARTFORD REPURLICAN A ND VOUTU'S COMPANION, BOTB 5G W. 4S feet; thence N. 33 E. feet ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 82.75. 102 feet; thence S. 52 E. 50 to a stone; thence S. 38 W. 100 feet to tho beginning, containing 5279 We Knock the Spots Out of Things snare feet, and being samo land conveyed to B. P. Petty by Fitzhugh Ren-fronnd wife on May 22, 1S99, which deed is of record In deed book 21, folio No. 592. Each of said tracts to be sold subject to the widow's homestead. Fifty-fiv- e typewriters. LesThe purchaser will be required to French Dry Cleaned and Pressed In sons explained by Moving Picexecute bond with approved security Superior Manner. ture machine. Seven bg DeImmediately after sale, and a Hen will be retained as further security. partments Shorthand, BookSend us your Garments and Hits This August 13th, 1917. keeping, Telegraphy, Stenotypy, Them OTTO C. MARTIN. Music, Primary Normal. ExMaster Commissioner. pert teachers. Modern equipCLEANED CLEAN Ernest Wodward and M. L. Heav-rl- n 7t3 Attorneys. ment. Position Msured. Packages called for and delivered. ' Write for catalogue. Notice To Creditors. Ohio Circuit Court. THE ELITE PRESSING CLUB Daviess Co. Bus. College J. L. Smith, Admr., of Mrs. Ann PlalntlfTs. Hutchinson, et al., A. Iva Nail, Prop. vs. Incorporated HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. Mrs. R. C. Moore, et al., Defendants. OWENSBORO, KY. All persons, firms and corporations having claims against the estate of Mrs. Ann Hutchinson are hereby notified to present their claims against same, properly proven, to me at my X office in Hartford, Ky., on or before Petro-Men- ta Relives Files September 3rd, 1917. No matter how stubborn the Done by order ot court at its July term, 1917, referring said cafee to case may bo Petro-Ment- a will This mo as Master Commissioner. bring relief. A trial will convince 13, 1917. August you. For sale by Ohio County OTTO C. MARTIN, Drug Co. Price 25c. 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Requests MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. that names bo omitted from print Circuit Court. re compiled with, but the manuscript T. Q.Ohio Shields, Plaintiff. "" signature. must bear the writers' vs. Notice. THE EDITOR. Oda Haycraft, et al., Defendants. Pursuant to a Judgment and order nf nnl nf ho Ohio Circuit Court To tho Point. July term, 1917, for Ascum: "I don't know whether rendered at Its paying tue juugmeni purpose of your head over tho article about Col. tho fnvnr nf tlin nlnintlff acalnst the In Lushman's death was printed tho ,tn Ton limit a In tlin sum of 8152.22. way you Intended, but it was a good with interest theron at tho rate of G per cent per annum from faeptember one." paid and for the pur25, City Editor "Let mo see. What pose1914, until tho cost of the above of paying was it?" styled action, together with the cobt Ascum: "Has fought his last bot- of this sale, I will offer for sale at public auction tq tho highest and best tle." Puck. bidder nt tho court houso door in September You have to pet behind a Uttlo Hartford. Ky.. on Monday, 3rd, 1917, at about tho hour of one sometimes to learn how to push. o'elock y. in., upon a credit of 12 months, the following described PLAN PROPOSED TO HOLD t: property, Plnn trnct nf laml lvlllir Oil IlllllaU DOWN PRICE OF POTATOES Camp Creek, in Ohio County, Ky., near Cromwell anu uescrioeu as InAlbany, N. Y Aug. 7. A plan tended to provide for an equalized I!niiiu1ri1 nn tlin north liv the lauds and reasonable prico for potatoes of Mrs. S. P. Rnnney; on tho west by this season and to forestall efforts tho lands of Mrs. L,. u. biueius unu of food speculators to purchase and Iiiillnn r.nnn f!rnnk: Oil the South lands ot T. Q. later force up prlcos, was outlined and East by tho Shields. to Gov. Whitin a report submitted Being tho samo land conveyed to y by tho State Food Sup- Mm itnrnnilimt Drill IlUVCraft 1)V tllO man plaintiff, T. Q. Shields, and conveyed ply Commission. It calls for between growers nnd con- by Haycraft and wife to Ida Stratton. Tho purchaser will bo required to sumers and arrangeu in detail for this lonxiiln liniwl with nlllU'OVCd Security linmodlntoly after salo, and a Hen will bo retincd us furtner security. Tho indications aro, says tho This August 13th, 1917. that na rosult of State acOTTO C. MARTIN, tivities, "the crop of potatoes In Kow Muster Commissioner. York will bo a eood percentage great7t3 J. M. Porter, Attorney. er than tho crop of last year." Tho plan of tho commission, ot .MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. which Commissioner Charles S. Wilniiln Plppiilt Court. son, of the State Department of Ag- J. E. Armstrong, ot ul., Plaintiff. riculture, is chairman, is to provide vs. Notice of Sale. far tho distribution of potatoes di- 11. L. Gossott, et al., Defendant. Ttv vlrturn nf n IllllirmOUt UIUl Order rectly from grower to cousumor. term, proposes tho or- of sale rendered at tho March Tho commission 1917, of tho Ohio Circuit court, in growers potato of ganization tho abovo action for tho purpose of throughout tho Stato by counties, so i.nvini. tim iiiiivinniit thcrin and dl- that careful estimates may bo made tulng tho proceeds iiiuong tho helm ot Uio amount of potatoes produced. of 11. W. Gossott, deceased, together costs of tho auovo sijw. with It proposos to obtain figures on tho oxtlmi tho nml tlin mat nf tills salo. I cost of production and "will offer for salo nt public auction demand, tho other data, bo that a fair aud reason- - to Hie inguost auu uesi uiuuer, m mu to-wlioi-1ot- s: to-daro-po- rt, Notice To Creditors. Ohio Circuit Court. Mary E. Greor, et al., Plaintiffs. vs. B. F. Greer, et al., Defendants. All persons, firms and corporations having claims against the estate of Samuel W. Greer, or Mary E. Greer, are hereby notified to present their claims against same, properly proven, to me at my oltloo in Hartford, Ky., on or before September 3rd, 1917. Done by order of court at its July term, 1917, roferrii."satd case to me as Master Commlsskier. This Aug. 13 1917. OTTO C. MARTIN, Master Commissioner Ohio Circuit 7t3 Court. I S 0 .- Used 4Q Years CARDUI Die Woman's Tonic Sold Everywhere Feelright all the time. Don't lav oS from work for days by taking: calomel keeps you when pleasant Liv- - Vet-La- x on your feet, while relieving your troub. le. Safer too, and easy to teke. Don't tako anything else. You can't afford it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses sys. tern and relievos constipation. A natural remedy, natural in its actions, sura in its effect and certain in results. It will won't be long before Lio- - Ver-La- x completely displace calomel in evert home.i. Children can tako it feeeiy ant with perfect safety. Every bottle guarin bottf es Nona anteed. 50c and genuine without the likeness and signa ture ol JU &. urifiaoy. tor sate oy . H. WILLIAMS, Hartford Ky. 6. - m 'v. ft on a credit of six and twelve months, .vmmu. B.Ma.i. Mmf9W rjiiiuuis .. CelebritM for style, perfect fit, simplicity tat tho folowlng described real estate, rthabtlil neirir 4 yesrs. Sold in nearly lying find being in Ohio County, Ky., every city q1 town In the United States ia4 as follows, Csnsda, or by mail direct. More sold toaa any ether make. Send for Iree citaloeu. Tvvo tracts of land bounded as .(CALL'S MAGAZINE follows: More suUcryiers than any othsi fashk at a stone, No. 1 Beginning tiszins million a month. Invaluable. LatWright's S. W. corner on tho old est styles, patterns, dressmaking, mlltintry, !a!n sewing, fcney needlework, hairdruslng, Barbour line, now J. W. Stevens line; etiquette, paTd sfcxfct, etc. Only W centr a thenco with tho samo S. 10, 73 poles 'Jew (worth double), including a Iree pattern. Subscribe today, or tend for sample copy. and 15 llnkB to a stone; thence with ONDEBFUL INDUCEMENTS Troutman N. 80 B. 112 poles to 4 to Agents. brings hickories on the old May line; thenco I , and new cashPostal offers. premium catalogue prise Address 73 poles 'and 15 f with said line N. ccux co., sa to its n. nth st, niw you links to a stono on Cummins' line; to h thence S. SO W. 115 poles and 10 links to tho beginning, containing ...ujinn about 50 acres, more or less, aud samo land conveyed to decedent by Win. K. Wright and wife on the 17th day of February, 1874, and which deed Is of record In deed book 48, pago 1C7. No. 2 Huibraces two boundaries, Succeed when everything elsa fails. as follows: Boundary No. 1 Beginning at two In nervouq prostration and female weaknesse populars on tho bank of Rough they wo the supreme remedy, at thousands have testified. Creek; thenco down samo to tho cut off; thenco N. with tho old bed to FOR KIDNEY. LIVER AND Jacob Weller's lino; thonco with his STOMACH TROUBLE lino to a lino claimed by Wash GosIt is the beat medicine ever sold sott; thenco eastward to W. II. Cumover a druggists counter. mins' lino; thenco with his lino southawrd to tho beginning. Boundary No. 2 Beginning nt tho old Troutman lino; thenco with said afcitsN lino to tho first tract conveyed herein; thenco with samo to tho beginning, containing 115 acree, more or loss, and which land was conveyed to him by tho Muster Commissioner of tho Ohio Circuit Court. John P. Unrrett, on Juno 14, 1890. Tho purehasor will bo required to executo bond immediately after salo, uud u lien retained on tho laud h3 "Wfi additional security. motion. RccnrDinenoIcJ Juf iLydSa T Given under my hand this tho 13th, PinKhotn Med. Col day ot August. 1017. LA nettling wonder'lor nasal 'tsrtVrrh, OTTO C. MARTIN, ore tnroat and torceyci. LcoBbytl, Commissioner. Muster WoodKirk, Ernest Hetivrlu Cffln&$y? ntof. NW 7t3 VjsJjieRsatojrt ward, Attorneys. to-w- lt: court house door In Hartford, Ky., on Monday, September 3, 1917, at about tho hour of one o'clock p. m., 3EjJ rj itfers cat ecfric t Evory Womau frSMlf k.iaaHmjWe Haw WTDiTOsn; " CHICAGO WHEAT Yrfy-- L r L IB 1 i heavy lino or send him to the EXEMPTION BOARD pcn'in'it ary. I am siiru the nmhera nod fathers of tho soldiarf i.coi iw HAS BUSY SESSION HATTIFIRNRfi MISS no fear ot their boys goMtifnnywtaoro IILOUUIIU, ITIIdd.f leJf a r,rtC0 wh(.ro can to he a be olnal od, anil that groat com . rt to thorn. CLAIMS VOll KXHMPTIONH AUK CASH SIIIX1JY SOON' TO IK TIIIJ The water hero corn's from artesIIKAVY, KAII.UHKS TO OF INI).. W. VA., AND HOJin ian wells, and Is good. I have looked PASS, LOW. KY., OUAUDSMKN. Into the health statistics and And there Is less malaria hero and In this section than any part of the State, ,o and united ataies meuic.ii cuipa im-- v From the best list wo wero able to i t muni,,, iiu.vurii 3. ti'mi. ,.. ,rt qn. and state health men are now put- - obtain to date, 29S presented them, under tho llttl"."Jown. TlaN tin. on a strenons campaign to stop selves for examination s c g pace, Draft Act, of this number Gl failed mosqulto-brcedlnevery 1,. Mlsa.ppl. where I , iccii for sever.,, .(ay. "sizing thl.-g- i 'Among the group of experts to eradt-p- on medical examination. One hundng place red nnd seven filed claims for exempcato every mosou with the t'.n., In view of wr.fng of the city are J A Le tions, mul tho rcmnluder had no my Impression and the result ot my within a mile rclalms or at least up to press hour Prince, sanitary engineer, US. observations, U.olng that thousands with A He Healths erv ce; Dr tkj. had filed none list of tho local board. thousand, of people In Indiana. those examined Following Is n an-'-" Kentucky and West Virginia are and Dr. WS Leathers. , llrec it or of to dato who claimed exemptions on u to hear all about conditions here- public health of Mississippi. Mr. Le various grounds: abouts. Letters by tho dozens come Ellis L. Toms, is the man who eliminated o tho Hattiesburg Comerclal Club Prince Cecil Ithoads, people In the three larla in tho Panama Canal Zone and day from Henry Cummins Elliott, "clean up" Havana. Cuba states mentioned, and all want in-- j helped to committee ot doctors that Jno. J. Alexander, Camp Shelby. He told a Out at formation. Geo. Alford Daugherty, Mississippi had no more malaria than where huge piles of yellow pine lum- Allle Frances Fentress. but said, out for miles and miles, many, many other states bor stretch and that Lcnnis J. Brown. , early arriving officers of the Guards-- "You tell the truth about step towards getting rid of Chailie A. Hoover Indiana and Kentucky tell me Is a long men of Shelby Willie Leo He has been given carte blanche by overy.it." that they receive letters go ahead and mako sanitary Owen Kenfrow mall requesting this or that bit of to Lee Stcvcn3 Is a tlons as perfect as possible. So. from They state there standpoint. Cira"son Frederick Lashbrook fr,!,lnn .,...!. Ulr JlllUliUHWWII in tiirlr stntcs 'a sanitary nnd health sons coming UVUilU mothers of Ed Ilobinson about this section ot Mississippi, so fathers and Shelby have very little to Elbert Hill this yarn Is going to be in tho nature to Camp Robert Clayton Burgess newsy letter, giving accurate ac- fear. of a Take Ilojs Into Home. J. W. Chapman counts of conditions as I find them Cody Lee Stewart The Hattiesburg people have diboth at camp and in the city, of the Eldridgo Gerry Hagcrman being vided themselves into committees to attitude of the people, of work phases of commun W. A. Whobrey to look after the moral welfare look after various done with army j In Bert P. Bernard of the soldiers, of plans for social and ity life Is a comThomas Hill activities after the boys men. For instance, there recreation to arange social events In Wolby T. Daugherty in khaki arrive, of the campaigns be- mittee Hattiesburg homes, churchos and auChas. C. Watts ing waged from sanitary and health groups of soldiers Forest French headquarters, and many other fea- ditoriums, to which will be Invited. "We arc going to Vernon Miller Crowder tures, just those common, CTcry-da- y our homes John Alexander Wilson things that folks "back home" want take the boys right into would like and treat them like we Luther W. Galley to know all about before their sons our own sons to be treated If they Everett NT. Dodson Dixieland. leave for or Wost P.oscoe Embry Parents, Listen.. Your sons are went to Kentucky, Indiana yesterMillard H. Carnahan one of the cleanest and Virginia," a citizen said to me coming to preFrancis E. Mclntyrc prettiest little cities in all the broad day. And that spirit seems to Chester Stewart Don't take my statement vail all over town. Southland. " Camp Shelby. . Otha Parne alone as gospel, but write your sons Camp Shelby Is an awfully busy Herman A. Ashby they get here, and;see if they after anyone had told me three "' Hilcy Kesinger . don't bear me out. Hattiesburg has placo. If Ray Stevens a population of about 15,000 people, weeks ago that within that short great ridge, 323 feet Jesse T. Torrencc and It is CO years old. It Is only 70 space of time the sea, could have been conRcatus Evans miles from the Mississippi coast, above the o stretch where bathing, boating, fishing and verted from a long, James Lyman Burch, (col.) pine lands, to a bustling sailing can be enjoyed during all of of cut-ov.Mm Dit7er year. The historic city where 40,000 men were to live, the months of the James Lewis Torrence city of New Orleans, La., is only 117 I would not have believed it. Hut John W. Allen workmen, of miles away. Six railroads enter it's true. Thousands Otho Chapman Hattiesburg, and quick transporta laborers, carnenters. engineers, sklll- Alphonis Wedding .,.. . .,i working In permechanics all are .i, i,v. tc o Chas. Leslie Fieldcn harmony and unity lu building Dudley GrifTin that struck me as being very unusual enntonment. More than 1 for a town of this size. The town Is the Immense M. Birch Albin situated In South Mississippi, amid ".000.000 feet of lumber will be used Gilbert Wright 'J-tho "plnev woods." great pine forests in constructing tho miles and miles Morton Herrcl company mess halls, the monster that todav aro furnishing such enor-- J Nethen Tuncle, (col.) mous quantities of lumber for tho warehouses, the screened kitchens Mack Austin g and tho and various and sundry other erection of cantonments Harrison Cook of ships to take our boys ' Ings. Tho water supply will bo Collis L. Shultz tho deep blue sea to whip the lnte. and water Is being secured Hubert Cooper Kaiser, and transport food to sus- - Tom deep wells. Experts havo Hardin L. Robinson pure, them. The great produco farms amlned it and pronounced it Oder Griffith of this section, large and well cultl- - There will be ample shower baths for Ilaiben Likens "e". Y. M. C. A. tents all over vated lands, now growing corn, sweet Oscar L. Daniel camp, concert mm, u.wm m....B, potatoes, garden truck and fruits, Arthur B. Shields where onco the giant pines flourished, motion picture theaters, baseball James A. Gentry will furnish much of tho world's fod Uamonds. football gridirons, tennis Claude Kitchens 1HU cuilljl is uuuui oi.x sunnly during the period of the war courts, UlC. C!aincp Ford pine lands miles from town and connected by Tho soli of the cut-ov' Leslie Russell , lends Itself admirably to the growing 'wo railroads Andrew Basham Tho site Is on rolling land, which. of crops that bring good returns in Lvther Forbes whero because of the sandy nature of tho financial way, especially Alonzo F. Bellamy fertilizers uro used intelligently, and soil, drains so quickly that maneu Cluwlo Gray thrifty farmers oversee all lentures vers can continue in a few minutes Ira Matlock of farm work, which can be done all after the hardest of rains. Maj. W. J. Joshua Patton Howard, of Massachusetts, In charge tho year around, and cattle can be Edward M. Smith says that the rals.ed with comparatively little ex- of comp construction, Leo Roy King lte is ideal, and unsurpassed in the pense, owing to tho climate, which Harrison Maiden never gets severe, I am told by re- South. Ho Is highly pleased with It, v Ezra K. Rowc says ho has not seen a mosquito at liable men. Walter Chapman camp and that he sleeps under a A .Mural Community. James Hamilton blanket every night. Ills words aro I find hero a moral community. A j Harrison Cox ' handsome Y. M. C. A building, fully echoed by several officers already Robert Owen Tilford equipped, attests this fact. There aro bore from Indiana and Kentucky, in ' Otis Kcown , ; about a dozen churchos, two large cluding Capt.'Myers, of Muncle, Ind Murray Coppago gram- C'apt. Hoatman, of Indianapolis; Maj. colleges, halt a dozen public "" Ellis Cor " mar schools, a central high school and Jackson Morris, of Kentucky, and A'va Faught I am told Cupt. Steel, of Evansvilie, Ind. many prlvato Instructions. .las. Robert Thomas Maj. Morris said, In talking to me that sonio of tho bent educators li Ernest Elder pi evading of faculltles todav. "Tho Impressions tho South are members Heavrin Douglas up North that this section Is full of of Hattlesburg's schools and colleges. " Douglas Taylor to show you tho moral atti- swamps, chills and mosquitoes are Just Konnio B. Westci field tude of the people, today I witnessed all wrong. I am highly pleased with Graver M. Brown an unusual sceno. I saw moro than everything, and am sure our Ken soon, will Kotter T. Ziglcr a dozen "Modern Mngdulei.es" leavs tucky soldiers to como bore Gollar Stewart town. This camo about as a result bo, too." Stanley Cain of tho determination of tho citizens J. L. Thomas and city olllciuls not to tolerate anv Louis E. Craddock TAXPAYERS NOTICE. Immoral resort, and tho mothers and NelFon Blanchard fathortf "back homo" can rest assured Tax blllis for Stato and County George B. Sheppcrd that there will bo no "tenderloin" Levy for tho year 1917 havo been Henry Robinson district hero when tholr sons arrivo certified to mo for collection, by tho Robt. J. Schroader Darltoncd aro tho lights of what wan proper authorities. Plcaso call and Lorenzo C. Acton onco a small vico sort Ion. The doors get your receipt nf tho first opporTommio Dyers of tho houses aro closed, tunity. and windows Tho earlier you fcottlo tho R. D. Paik and "for keeps," too, tho olllcers toll bettor it will bo for nil concerned. Jno. W. Lindlcy . me. It was only a tow days ago that Tho Stato and County aro in urgent " ' Shelby Daugherty a commlttoo met with tho city au- need of finances to stop interest payMcKinlcy Charlie thorities and talked over tho moral ments. Yours very truly, Ernest Bartlett It was detono of tho community. S. O. KEOWN, Argylo Leach cided that oven tho fow womon of tho Sheriff of Ohio Couuty. Noble Tavlor go. They havo underworld hero must m William Rogers gone. They wero told If thoy returnAin't It? Tho following claim no exempby scc-led they would bo "shadowed" Horvico mon, nnd tho warning ban Though wives must stand for lots of tions: jokes Foy E. Hinton, gone forth that women of tholr typo (In comic weeklies thoy aro read), Shelby M. Southard, jniiat 6teor clear of this town. Tho biggest Jokes they stand for aro Plrtlo Arnold, Town." "A ItooelesH Tho onos thut they havo wod. Albort Bemlco Itowo, Mississippi is In tho column of Urn Manon Coleman Shrove, "bono dry" states, and I havo yet to William McHenry, (col.) find what they term down hero a Ira Hnzclip "blind tlgor," a purroti who sells FOR FLETCHER'S Eail Felix Miller whttkiv or beer on tho sly. If ono Is Wm. Cortis King caught they toll mo thoy glvo him a A PEN PICTURE OF vrv I nll Sidney B. Johnson, (col.) Thos. F. Smith Ellis Hinds Harlan B. Matthews PIT IN SILENCE f Jesse Harris Cecil Draper ,', b;"i ". - ma-eve- ry n. ..--- flve-mll- ,, ' ft ; build-buildin- j "hi! ado-acro- ss (JltEAT CONTRAST TO KOIt.MICIt Willis Blain Hicks STIKING SCENES EX"" Henry Casey ACTED. Manchester Griffin, (col.) Geo. Wm. McMahan Claude Duke Chicago, Aug. 13. Tho Federal Preston Watson to government having determined Paul U. Barnes tako over the wheat crop and distriWalter D. Maddox bute It, those who went to tho visiLeonard Anderson tor's gnllery of tho Board of Trade Buck Austin today turned Instinctive eyes to the Mack Hall wheat pit. The following failed to pass the Here--, whero n tumultous mob norphysical examination: mally Is vociferously responsive to Geo. Williams, scrapo of Information concerning exFrances Marlon Potty, ports from Argentine or even the apI Arthur Allen, pearance of a rain cloud over some Chas. Wilson Williams. . dry nrea In Kansas, there was only George W. Bellamy silence. Edward Free Two or threo Idlo traders were Devcrt D. Moselcv seated In chairs near tho pit. No Enis Townslcv one was lu it. The clerk ordinarily, Lloyd Cavcmlcr who alts enthroned In a cago above Carl H. Wilson tho pit recording quotations, rested Henry Tyler his chin on ono hand. At tho open' Geo. Thomas ing ho chalked up "2.14" as tho sole John Hodbv bid for September wheat, and resumClaUdic J. Daugherty ed his reflections. There was no Malic MidkiiT longer n string of messenger boys ' Rigdon Torrence scurrying between his cage and tho Frank Everly telegraph wires. Ono boy Is retainI'Nh Storlt'. Heibeit Ewell Wright ed, but at tho moment he was down Willie B. Southard in tho street listening to n brass I do not mind the scoffers and tho Clarence Stitc doubters when they say band. Tho wholo scene suggested ' John Hayncs That I have stretched the truth about dust nnd cobwebs. ,' tho fish that got awny, Ernest Patton Months ago the board adopted Homer Alvin maximum prices and other restric- For no one can be rertniu or bo stiro ' '"j ' " enough to bet Henry Stevens tions which practically eliminated J . Leda Keith speculative trading. News becamo On tho size, In feet nnd Inches, of tho :' " bass ho didn't get. Wyle Plummer Impotent to nIToct prices. Thoy wero ' ' '" so regulated that even the big news But It sets my blood boiling nnd hot Jesse Allen Leo words with him I've bandied Conn Midkiff "l ? that tho wheat fnrmer would have ' "'V James M. Boone but ono customer failed to reanimate Who dared to doubt my stories ot the ' J" whoppers I have landed. Anal McCarty the trade. James T. Southard Grain men oxpect to "V ' "! Onice Whitohousc with Mr. Hoover In tho big tnsk of I do not mind tho Jerrlng and the chuckling thnt I get ;T marketing tho crop. James A. PatJoe St. Clair ten, one of tho big men of tho board, When I'm telling of tho big ones that Eveiett Thomas Vf escaped my landing net. M said the mensuro seemed noccssnry. ' Forcst Hardin ,s W. C. Shultz "Thero Isn't wheat enough to go I can stand fur doubtful glances an , for laughter loud and gay round," said he. !. ' "Tho governWillie Minton J'. Dewey Allen ment's measuro will prevent con- When I toll of fifteen pounders that ' were hooked but got away, flicting Interests from bidding tho R. C. Hocksr -- 1 ' prlco skyward to get what there Is. But I do not liko tho mocking that Roy Taylor Dunn to mo Is often handed fixed ' Whllo the board maximum Albert Taylor -'- . prices for futures. It did not touch When I'm telling truthful ktorles ot William Kirtley tho big ones that I'vo landed. tho spot commodity. Actual wheat, Ben Mclntirc i. t for immediate delivery. Is selling Rethcl Oglesby " ' ' hero at from $2.40 to $2.00 n bushel, Yon can't eat your fish and have them Earl B. Chick thnt lu logic sound nnd true; and oven higher In Kansas City." "" Lodfied B. Payton If you servo your fish for dinner you I Ellis Johnson f HntNl To Sw It. ' '" can't bring them homo with you. Estill Spencer Little Dick What are you cutting And whon seventeen hungry mortnb '. Leslie P.uckcr out of that paper? of your catch a dinner make, "" jc?Yc Shields ' Little Johnny Something I don't Llttlo proof of all your prowess will '. Willie Minton bo left for you to take. want ma in mn to see. " "i Ethel Maiden So I seo no cause for grinning or for "What is It?" Marvin Warner unkind speech or thought "It's nn nrtlclo that says wooden "it Rus?cll Jones slippers frtmi Holland uro coming When I'm telling truthful stories of Gary Clarence Into fashion." "J v : the big ono that I'vo caught. Wm. C. Faught Ernest Price ' ing of sclenco Into Its own as a largo factor In tho industrial llfo of tho Nation Is necessarily followed by a certain reaction of business upon sclenco. Never before, perhaps, has tho demand boon so keen for research that Is nn loss than ever scientific In spirit nnd In method but that has a definite purposo and yields definite results. Tho idea of making sclenco useful Is not now, but tho utility of sclenco hns become moro universally tho test of Its vnluo. lu the scientific work done under tho Federal Government this demand for results Is nbundautly justified by tho public need. If tho strongest corporations aro making largo uso of chemists, physicists, nnd geologists, the general public has similar need lu Its service for applied science. Tho business policy of organizing scientific investigation for effectlvo work, however, Is far from novel, for In 1S7S, In tho report to Congress tho creation of tho United States Geological Survey, the National Academy of Sciences described tho Ideal plan for n scientific bureau as that which would yield tho "best results nt the least ioslblo cost." Slnco thnt day, moroover, economy In sclenco has becomo a more pressing Issue. (37th Ann. Report, Director V. S. Geological Survey, Department of the Interior.) "' ' ' " ri ..'."' 1 ,"f V ' ," .'"' i 15. J. Likens ,. ' j ex-ta- in re te Robt. Hudson Arvin Hall Jess Leo Huff Leonard B. Bishop W. 15. McCart:- C. H. Farmer McDowell Foglc '1' "' I '' - J. I. Thomas Heibert Cliick Henry White David A. Gray Thomas C. Snell Albert Norn's f" " ' : "UV Alt' Hen to Slnj." Tho dying editor sent for the tomb-ston- o man that ho might pick out his own monument, and when tho choice was mado the tombstone artist turned to the dying scribe and asked: "What Inscription do you dc.lro placed upon tho stono, Mr. Newsby?" "Wo aro here to stay," answered the editor Just as tho silent reaper hung "!!0" on tho copy hook. . I'couomy In Sricncc. Tho Increased extent to which the Abo ' Carter largo Industrial corporations of the Tho following have not yet filed country now support their own de claim: partments of sclontlfic research Is a " Walter A. Williams gratifying dovolopement of the times. Layton Ross Science Is regarded as a necessity Bcv. P. McConnell rather than a luxury. And thfe com Tho Scalo On a lap. Dlstnnco on a map Is measured by Its "scalo." IJy lavluc a rule on a Gcfvcrnmcnt map and ascertaining tho number of Inches between two points tho number of miles between them Nearly can readily bo calculated. all maps aro drawn to a scalo rep resenting one, two, threo, or moro miles to tho Inch, ns tho Inch is tho common unit of measuremont in tho United States by which tho eyo Is accustomed to judgo distances on paper. A scalo of 1: 02.500, used in the n United States Geological maps, denotes Survey topographic that 1 inch on tho map represents G2.C0O Inches on tho ground, which Is tho approximate number of Inchon lu a mllo. Thoreforo tho scalo is, utA most exactly. 1 Inch to 1 mllo. scalo of 1; 12C.000 Is approximately 2 miles to 1 Inch nnd n scalo of 1; represents 10 miles to 1 inch. well-know- have hooked my sharo of big ones, In my tlmo I've lauded fish That I split acro the middle Just to get them on the dish. 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