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PRICES HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 24, 1917. I fc v I indication that tlio President has ' Shelby, will bo In this section during NO OTHER PEACE abandoned tlio plan originally consid GREAT LAKES TONNAGE the harvesting of tho greatest corn crop In the history of Mississippi, as oral which called for Government I OFFER TO BE MADE careful estimates by experts place the requisitioning of tho output of all TO BE PLACED IN OCEAN yield at about 100,000,000 bushels, SECOND CALL FIXED mines, with tho Governmont selling This or 30,000,000 more than the pretho product to tho .public. proceduro was strongly recommendvious best programme GERMANY .SAYS NO REPLY TO The cotton yearlyIn production record. ed by tho Federal Trade Commission DiMiio.v crop Mississippi will be DISCUSSED AT CONFERENCE. PAPAL NOTE BEFORE A CON'J KENTUCKY'S BLACK DIAMONDS ,ntl up unUI t0nlght It had been be- 30 per cent greater than for several TWO HUNDRED AND EIGHT GET IN WASHINGTON. SULTATION. SUMMONS TO APPEAR FOR TO BRING FROM 81.115 years, It being estimated that 1,300,-00- 0 lleved it would bo tho program adoptTO 4!.H3 EXAMINATION. ed, s bales will be raised. The crop will be worth approximately, with No Pool Arrangement. tho seed, $240,000,000, as trie seed Berlin, Aug. 21 (via London). Washington, Aug. 21. Estimates Tho President's ordor apparently makes no provision for a pooling ar- included in the request the Shipping Chancellor Michaelis informed the will bring from $75 to $S5 a ton and L MFN ART? NFFFIETI LIBERAL TO OPERATORS rangement, which had been suggest- - Board will make for a billion-dolla- r Main Committee of the Reichstag ' t lin cotton wm averaire sizft.uo a cd, under which mines would have aproprlation to complete its eight- - this afternoon that Germany would bale, tho largest prices oemmanded building programme wero not reply to the papal peace note un since tho Civil War. With corn sellbeen paid for their output on a basis Trices Under $:i.00 Agreement Yet of cost of production plus a per- - gone over ing for more than $2.00 n bushel, one Only J2 Accepted Out of First 317 y at a conference be- - til sho had consulted her allies. County Falling Behind la Far Above Any of Decent centage of profit. Under this plan tween Ch'alrman Hurley of the board Dr. Michaelis added that In view gains an Idea of the value of these Its Average. Times. coal In a district would havo and Secretary McAdoo. Tho request "of the fact that Germany had pre- two crops In this state for 1917. all Many of the National Guardsmen been sold nt tho same rate, but tho will go to Congress probably this viously repeatedly and positively In mines would havo received comme.n- - week. dicated her readiness to enter peace j who aro coining hero from the North Washington, Aug 21. Bituminous 'suratlon based solely on costs. Tho board needs $500,000,000 for negotiations the Vatican's appeal of(nd west will seo cotton flields for Tlio Local Exemption Board has coal prices wero fixed by President! Tlio plan adopted, oinclals admit-- 1 construction of fabricated steel ships, course Is looked on with sympa-- , tlie first time. They have heard the made tho second call for registered Wilson tonight for every mlno In the ted tonight, will work hardships on $250,000,000 to carry out comnian-Unlte- d thctlc approval. Germany, however, pong "Picture, 5f men for examination on August 27, a field States. The next step In coal a great many of the smaller mines deorlng of vessels now building in. could not again offer peaco in faco'snow" white", perhaps, and when '28, 28 and SO.beglnnlng with number . tint' fn 1iiksv 4t.n.a ...111 view- It ' . control, n Whlto Houso announce- - and may force some to closo down, private yards and other $250,000,000 of the summary rejection of prev ......, b ;. mo 3i8 and including number 524. It ' win ment said, will bo to fix tho prices to This, It Is claimed, however, will not for contracts for steel and wooden ious proposals and continued declar- - Holds some lato cotton In bloom, and ns necessary to havo 104 tn mmniotn Iio charged by middlemen nud re- reduco the total coal output as tnln- - ships to bo let soon. Tho coniman-cr- s atlons by tho Entente that no peace ll'o early cotton with tho bolls burst- - Ohio county's quota of tho first Na- tailers. released from the small mines deerlng programme will cost In all 1s possible until the Central Powers iiib open, aim me wnue cotton ready tional call. Ohio county has fallen to be picked. They will see cotton beiow tho average Prices wero sot on cost of produc- will go to tho largo ones, and more about $500,000,000, but $250,000,-car- s aro defeated and crushed. district, so it scenes, and hear tho South- - pears, requiring C men in this coun-er- n tion, estimates furnished by the Fed-ercan bo supplied to mines of 000 of the original $750,000,000 Will Consult Reichstag. darkles singing folk lore songs, ;ty( out of whlch to Becuro one BoU producing capacity. Trade Commission after months iproprlatlon will be used for that pur- The Chancellor Informed the comInvestigation. of exhaustive The Ofllclals who bellevo tho President pose, mittee that no steps would be un as they proceed with their work. dler. If tnls rato ,a ke t lt wln country Is divided Into twenty-nln- o will name a one-ma- n control of coal ' Contracts for building fabricated dertaken toward peace without ful ,v" " b"u luo ulu't require between 025 and 1,000 out districts and everv iiroduccr In a dis point to his desire that extraordinary ships will bo let within a fow days. ly consulting the Reichstag. Ho u tmuiai wBicuuiu continue una Dat- of which to secure 15S soldiers. trict will timrkot lifg nntiiut nt tlm ' povjers given tho Government for Throe concerns, It is understood, are then declared that the military sit- ed, and different committees of citiBolow wo give a complete list of same price. war purposes be placed In organiza- - negotiating with tho Emergency uation on all fronts was exception zens aro completing all their plans, those who are embraced In this secThe President named no agency to tions that can bo dispensed with af-- Fleet Corporation for building Gov,-t- ally auspicious and read a message which, have for their object making ond call for examination on one of 'Carry out the provisions of his order, tho war Is over. Many aro of ernment-owne- d yards and the fabri-th- e received from Great Ieadquarters tho boys In khaki feel at homo In the four dates mentioned. The but Is expected to appoint soon a campaign was this Southern community. opinion he will create an organ- - cated ships. They are tho Subma-lzatlo- n in which tho first name appearing Is number 318 coal administrator who will bo givto handly coal'slmllar to the rlno Boat Corporation, tho American given liberal credit for Its effect in tho next 319, and so on In order num- en entlro control of tho coal Indus- Food Administration and that exist- - International Corporation What Is Germany.? and tho successfully warding off tho Allies' Uer of call. The list is also divid- try. Humor tonight named Presi- lng agencies will bo required to work Merchants Shipbuilding Company. Has not the time about arrived ed so that each may tell or seo upon offensive in Flanders. dent II. A. Garfield, of Williams Col- In with tho temporary agency. Plans for taking a largo amount of Dr. nichard Von Kuehlmann, tho for a suspension of all this superior which date each individual must aplege, ns tho man. Mr. Garfield now Operators from all tho bituminous tonnage out of tho Great Lakes for new Foreign Secretary and other languago abaut, making the world pear: heads a committee named by the coal producing States met here to- - Atlantic service also will be corn-da- y newly appointed Government heads safo for democracy and liberating the President to fix a Government price and organized the National Coal pleted by the Shipping Board soon. were presented to, thq committee, oppressed people of Germany from Ordered for Examination Ang. 27. for wheat. Ills work will end boforo Operators' Association, to promote It is estimated that tbetween which then took a recess. Consta- tho heel of tho Kaiser, and our September 1, when the Wheat Compart of 000 and 400,000 tons can be remov-co- al nts Fehrenbach, one of the Centrist awakening to the fact that we are 134G Luttrell Klrby Park, Hartford, effort on tho Ky. V producers and with ed before tho winter season sets In. party leaders, was elected chairman at war, and a very serious war? We mittee probably will bo dissolved. to succeed do not wish to make light of the 2053 Owen Park, Hartford, Ky. public officials, especially during the Some of tho vessels will havo to be of the Main Committee Average Close To $2. ' d words of our President or 2051 Thomas Lloyd, Narrows, Ky. Tho prices named for run of mlno presont war emergency. Delegates cut In two before they can bo put Dr. Peter Spahn. confiden- of the idealism that made this glor- 1957 Jno. A. Webb, Hartford, Ky.r wore present from State and other through the Welland Canal locks, Dr. Michaelis conferred coal In tho large producing districts R. 7. average slightly bio re than $2. In a sectional organizations, representing Tho Intention I3 to replace this ton-so- tially with tho Reichstag leaders dur- ious republic enter the lists of batseven hundred operators, whoso nage during tho winter with ships ing tho day, while party factions al- tle against autocracy, but let us look 57C Mitchell Embry, Neafus, Ky. fow districts they aro below that fig2023 Ed. Nail, Hartford, Ky.' the' facts In the face. so weFe 7n"sesslon In the morning. ure and In tho Western territory annual production aggregates two now building In lake ports, If any one of our readers has a 944 Willis Aubrey Hines, Hartford, million tons. m Rejected By America. they aro higher. Washington Stato Ky., R. 3. An Executive Committee to direct HALF OF SALONIKI IS Amsterdam, Aug. 21. The Col- fniend who is really "on the inside" is highest with $3.25. ogne Gazette, a copy of which has at Washington or who Is a member 18GG Arnett R. Wilson. Olaton, Ky. tho activities of the, association was DESTROYED BY BLAZE Tho President's statement said: 1808 Walter Watson, McHenry, Ky. been received here, says in an edi- of the National Security League, he "Tho following scale of prices Is named ns follows. Squire Wllloughby, Cromwell, II. M. Taylor, for Missouri; RemLondon, Aug. 29. More than half torial that the peaco proposal of will tell you that the situation Is 1943 prescribed for bituminous coal at tho Ky. mlno In the several coal producing brandt Pealo, Central Pennsylvania; tho walled city of Salonlkt, in Greek Pope Benedict has met with a blunt moat grave; that tho Allies are at tho 1677 Wm. Estll Shields, Cromwell, crest of tholr power; that tho submadistricts. It is provisional only. It W. K. Field, Western Pennsylvania; Macedonia, which Is under occupa rejection In Washington. Ky. bluff-doefright- rine menace Is more serious than Is not "The enemy's Is subject to reconsideration when Hywell J. Davis, Kentucky; Dr. F. C. tion by the Entente Allied troops, "If we publicly admitted; that Germany has 122 Ells Brown, Hartford, Ky., R.4. tho whole method of administering Honnold, Illinois; A. M. Ogle, Indl- - was destroyed by lire on Saturday. en us," says the newspaper. 1783 Orvll Dean Tlchenor, Hartford, tho fuel supplies of tho country shall ana; George II. Barker, Ohio; J. J. Eighty thousand people who were hold out one more winter then the today accomplished all that the most Ky., R. 5. Tlerney and J, H. Wheelrlglit, West rendered homeless were being re- worthlessness of American assistance sanguine Junker could have hoped have been satisfactorily organized nothing will for and that she has only to maintain 642 Birdie Ford, Hartford, Ky., villages last will be patent to alt and moved to neighboring Subsequent Virginia. and put Into operation. R. 6. evening, according to a dispatch re- remain for tho enemy governments the defensive, with matters progressmeasures will havo ns their object CANADIANS BIG GAIN. befooled peo- ing as thoy are, and she will win the 9!9 Oswald Clifton Hockor, Hartceived In London. The Are is now but to admit to their .a fair and equitable- control of the ford, Ky., R. 1. . war. These aro facts! And some ples that they have lost the game." under control. distribution of tho supply and of London, Aug. 21. Two thousand people are still debating whether wo 1639 Jno. Leigh Smithson, Dundee, the prices not only at the mines, but Ky. should have entered the war! And also in tho hands of the middlemen yards of Gorman positions west and PRESIDENT TO SETTLE NEWS LETTER FROM 322 N. Rlgdon Butler, Baizeown, northwest of Lens have been capturothers are promoting peace proEXEMPTION PROBLEMS HATTIESBURG, MISS. and retailers. Ky. ed by the Canadian forces In a drive paganda! fixed "Tlio prices provisionally n, started early today, says the Brit Now, who and what Is this Ger- 1715 Wm. Elder Tichenor, Center-towWashlngton.Aug. 20. A new defiHattlesbu'rg, Miss., Aug. 23. Ofhero aro fixed by mo under tho proKy. ish official communication Issued this nite statement of the Administravisions of tho recent act of Congress ficers at Camp Shelby, who have many wo are fighting and which has 90G Jesse Bethel Hedden, Fords-vill- e, regarding administering tho food sup evening. Heavy fighting Is still going tion's interpretations of the exemp charge of constructing the big Na- advanced a measurable step forward Ky. ply of tho country, which nlso con-- 1 on In tho region of tho coal city with tion of married men and those with. tional Guard encampment buildings, the conquest of Europe, lt not of the having tho Canadians tho upper dependents Is expected within the expect to make a record. They firm world? Who is lt that has extended 1337 Robert B. Peters, Beaver Dam, ferrod upon tho Executive control of Ky. hand. Three counter attacks by the next few days. President Wilson ly believe that so far tho progress the power of Gormany from Riga to 1 tho fuel supply. Thoy aro based Germans wore repulsed. has taken up the question and prob- at Camp Shelby has been greater Bagdad? Is it tho Kalsor, or von 700 Henry Geary, Neafus, Ky. tho nctual cost of production and Tho communication follows: ably will settle tho problem him- than at other camps. Omo reason Tlrpltz, or von Hlndenburg, or tho 1250 Noel Alison Malln, Beaver are doomed to bo not only fair and Dam, R. 3. "Early this morning we attacked self. It probably Is tho nearness of tho great whole outfit of Junkers? No! Just, but liberal as well. Under 1195 Orvll D. Miller, Select, Ky. tho lino of German trenches which Tho Lincoln Highway. them tho Industry should nowhere lumber mills of South Mississippi to Is tho German people, united and 297 Marvin W. Brown,. Hartford, skirts Lens to tho west and northTho Lincoln Highway is a road", tho camp site. Hundreds of car firm, behind the Kaiser! This Is the lack stimulation." Ky.. R. 1. west and captured tho enemy's posi- tho longest In tho world, connecting Schedule of Prices. loads of yellow pine lumber wero Germany the United States is fightS21 George W. Conway, McHenry, tions on n front of 2,000 yards. 12 States and running between New at tho camp yards within a few days ing, and don't anyono mako any mis Some of the prices f o. b. mill';, Ky. "Heavy fighting has taken place York and San Francisco as directly take about it. , aro as follows: after the placing of orders. and still continues. ns posslbljjr consistent "with the topIt may be that tho German people 73 Willie Gray, Echols, Ky. Every twenty minutes a new bulld-Iii- e Run Prcp'd. Slack or "At midday two strong countqr at- ography of tho country. It is about that they have had 2628 Dellio Clay Singleton, Echols, Tho are mislead; Is begun at Camp Shelby. of Mine. Sizes. Screcn'3 Ky. tacks northwest of Lens wero beat-o- n 3,280 miles long but lt is being grad- rapidity with which the structures wrontr Ideas and wronc Ideals instill Kentucky 1.05 2.20 1.70 707 Ray Sylvester Galther, Fords-vlll- e, off by our troops and a third coun ually shortened by improvements and In them from childhood; and that .CD Kentucky (Jelllco).2.40 are bolng erected Is marveloifs. There ed 2.15 Ky. R. ter attack south of the town was tho elimination of curves. L. A. W. ' are many miles of company mess thoy would have greater Individual (EastTennessoo broken up by our artillery. Bulletin. being opportunity under a democratic form 14C5 Albert Duncan Rowe Conter- halls, kitchens, etc. Work Is ern) 2.30 2.55 2.05 "Wo havo captured a number of "wn w- - " rushed on them and tho warehouses of Government. But this is no time .Tennessee (Jelllco)2.40 2.G5 2.15 prisoners." buildings, to worrv nhnut thn Gorman neonle. , 100 9 Rvnrptt Kendall. Heaver Dam. . .. . Wants One Man. 1.95 2.20 1.70 faster than on any othor Indiana Ky. Zeppelin Destroyed. Washington, Aug. 20. Plans for so that they will be ready as soon at Thoy would not thank us for lt and LOG,. 2.20 1.70 Illinois light appointing a coal administrator wero possible. 1151 Frank Myers, eBaver Dam.Ky. London, Aug. 21. British we have another Job on our hands. Illinois (third veln)2.40 2.65 2.15 1101 Emm'.tt Leo Loney, Fordsville, naval forces destroyed a Zeppelin air taken up by President Wll- I It will probably bo only a-- few days Prices Under $3 Minimum. Ky. to'!h,p th 8 n'ornl'-- ott the Jutland. IndHELD AS SPY WHEN wUh tho Federal Trado CommIs. boforo tho first Guardsmon of Tho prices fixed range from 20 McHenry 368 Charlie Carpenter, DYNAMITE IS" FOUND Kentmcky and West Virginia slon. por cent under tho maximum prlco' iana. . 35 Ky. "" '"- - """"" ."'-everything Tho President, it is understood. begin to arrive here, as of $3, fixed by Government officials I , is rapidly assuming a completed Tho communication adds that there' Ashland, Ky. Aug. 21. A man 974 James W. M. Johnson, Hartand operators at a conforenco here wero no survivors from tho crow of fnvra ford, Ky., R. 1. wells, wdrk on who gavo his name as M. H. Mllrls-a- n a committee of three, as asked by stato. Tho artesian more than a month ago. Tho $3 tho airship. is under arrest In Catlettsburg 1698 Geo. Stevens, Beaver Dam. mlno owners and workers. Thero which recontly begun, Is well underprlco agreomont, however, did not I was talk in official circles today of way, and In a few weoks tho water on a charge of bolng a. German spy.j 320 Jesse James Colyer, Whlteshold, as many operators refusod to MOBILIZATION n.TE8 vllle, Ky., R. 2. ar- appotntmont of Chairman Vovett, supply will bo ample for as many Tho police sa that when ho was abide uy it after secretary waiter, SET FURTHER HACK tho rested he had' In his possession sev-- j 950 Wm. Gordon Her, Rockport, of tho Union Pacific system, to the men as come to tho camp. as president of tho Council of Na Ky. on sticks of dynamite, an alarm opinion pre- MaJ. W. J. Howard, of Massachutional uoiensu, repuumieu u us too Wnshlncton. Auir. 20. Moblllza important place, but an might not undortako setts; MaJ. Jackson Morris, of Ken- - clock and drawings of tho C. & O. 92G Charllo L. Howard, Rockport, high. Prices recontly havo ranged Mnn . ,,lftPPnn,i inPPfimot of tho vallcd that ho Ky. j . it In addition to his work as head of 'tucky, nnd other officers, aro dollgt tunnels In this section. . a...... iar nuovo mo j num. 1010 Fred Messlngor, Horso Branch, ,, board. There ed with the progress being made Tho fixing of prices was tho Presl-Lpr,or'ty, ""P"?00 from Soptemuor 1B to Soptom-!th- o Ky. .,. .,.,.., indication of who tho .and aro leaving nothing undone to DRAFT MEASURE .VALID, was no dent's second stop In tho direction ',... , GEORGIA JUUdE HOLDS 1857 Elton W. Wilson, Olaton, Ky. provldo for tho comfort and convenappolnteo would be. of coal control ami was witon under from soptember 30 to Octobdr 3. 919 Hardlu Leo Hoover, Hartford, J ience of tho soldiers when thoy ar- authority given tho oxecutlvo In an MoblUzaton 0f tho first Increment Ky., It. C. Mount Airy, Ga., Aug. 20. Fed-- j Tluit's Possible. jrlvo. Members of tho engineering amondment to tho food control bill. wlIl be as previ0siy announced, Sep- 650 Frank Allen Fonn, Duudee, Ky. Is corps, too, aro very busy men, anu oral District Judgo Speer .held tho Herbort Thoro's a man that Tho first was taken yesterday when tembor 5. bringing up a 'couple of docon fa in I nre gratified at the progress appar- selective draft law constitutional in 1919 Russell Westcrflold, Fordsville, ,m m tho President named Robert S. Lov- -. Ky. y In tho caso tt as director of transportation, and I Oapt. Wm. E. Bennett and son, lies and ho's only getting $50 a ent all ovor tho big camp, which Is a doclslon hero a nogro reprosented-e- d 1339 Arthur Elijah Peters, Be ' of Albort Jones, a mile wldo and fifty miles long. Lov- - William, of Owensboro, spent last month. approved an order Issued by Mr. Dam, Ky. by Thomas E. WatsonWatson Herbort How does ho do It? ott directing that coal shipments to Saturday night hero tho guests of Hattiesburg, Miss., Aug. 23. Sol- - contended that tho law Is in con- - 814 Roscoe HoskluB, Herbert Well, you see, ho's elo- bo given proforonco Mr. nnd Mrs. R. E. Dukta. Cant. tho Northwest Ky. dlers of Kentucky, Indiana and West traventlon of tho Involuntary sorv- ' Bennett over other goods. attended tho meeting of vator boy In an apartment house. (Contluus Virginia, who will como to Camp:itudo provtstou of the Constitution. Chaparral Tonight's actlou was ta,ken as an Keystone R. A. Chaptor whllo hero. NATION'S COAL dollar ' .." een-mon- th I ng al ap-lar- er U-b- hlgh-aline- s up-01- '' I to-d- ' ,,.,, " 1 i..i i.j... .,,..., .. to-da- . of tho malned mnn mn Hint lm (tint take up a new occupation and make himself a useful member uf society Wo must restoro their cfllclency and ndjust their still available facultltcs and functions to suitable trades and m (Vocations, which tho Injuries of tho Tho number of claims for exemp- - battlefield lnivo not wbollv dnstrov- Shcepshead Hay, Aug. IS. Ralph AltlinSTS SF.LF WITH Barney tion trom military uuty under tue Cll, Tho ,lcavy depletions In man-- . today dethroned de Palma HIS OWN HANDCUFFS urart law lias caused n painru- - nn- - ,,0wer resulting from this conflict, Oldflcld as nuto speed king. In a of thrco races at twenty, thirAbo Brown Ipresston In many quarters, but after which Is without precedent In his-I- s series Indianapolis, Aug. IS. ty and fifty miles In which Do Palma, a most accommodating man ho ill, does not tho fact that no provls- - lory or imagination, will placo now j ,,as ' uoen mado lijr the Govern- - anj n Oldflcld and Louis Chevrolet met for handcuffed himself and made his Kreater valuos unon nil forms ment for the support of the wives nnd nml degrees 0f buman energy, and'; the title, Do I'alma In his Packard rest a slmplo matter. racer showed tho way to his adver Brown had visited tho homo of cniiuren, motuors or earners, 01 uic demand as a first duty of Intelligent ' Several ' moti n'lin linvn lioAn flrnftn.1 cx government that ovory romalnlug saries. Oldfleld finished last In the I James Fleming frequently. first two events and second In tho articles wero missed and suspicion plain many of these claims for ex l.onfMl aAMan tii.14 1ti.il. nt flin l.lti,t ' lovtut nuiiou n M .1 iiiiu i,k n,u uiiiiii fifty mile affair. undor i pointed to him. He gathered with emptions i nml crjnniod ahall bo reclaim negotiated the thirty tho family one evening for a friendly De Palma Under tho draft law tho Govern - tho benevolent processes of education the twenty mlle3 chat and proudly exhibited a pair of ment has the power to require every 'and reapplied to economic uses for miles in 10:35 d man between 21 and 31 j tho benefit of society. The millions' in 10:53 5 and the fifty miles in handcuffs ho had purchased. 27:32 "Show us how they work," said years of ago to perform military duty. wo shall bo called upon to spend to Oldfleld's Golden Sunbeam car Mrs. Fleming, Thousands of the drafted men are 'sunnort the dependents of the soldiers proved to be a sort of flivver. who married years ago while they aro In tho flghtlug-llu"Simple, just like this," said Brown ' wage-earnefor I The of dethroned speed king discarded It in and he accidentally locked thom. and are the sole support of dependent Indemnities and for the last race and raced tho fifty-mil- e "We'll call the police to unlock families. So long as the Govern - the crippled, arc sums of capital ad- affair in a Deelage car. ment has made no provision for tho v.inced by tho Nation to promoto them for you," said Mrs. Fleming. Soon after the start of the thlrty-mll- o and economic do- -, "Fine, thanks," answered Brown j care of theso dependents, it is natural utility, race, it was apparent that Old-fie- Jovially. that such drnfted men should seek velopement. Moro than nil, they aro was "not in tho hunt." De And when tho police came, Mrs. to protect their loved ones by staying essentially huninnitnrian and In tho Palma and Chevrolet quickly outdls- - Fleming told the police not to un - ' at home. I am suro that If the Cong- - highest senso a dischnrgo by tho Gov- tanced him. Chevrolet led for tho lock them until she had put a charge ress should promptly enact the pond - eminent of nn essential duty to so ing war insurance bill, which makes clety. first two miles and then De Palma of larceny against Brown went into the lead. It was a definite allowances for tho support Mllltarv service is now obllcatorv: of the dependent wives and children. 'tll0se wno j,n,,crn themselves have affair to tho finish between ALLIES TO DISCUSS PEACH NOTE JOINTLY fathers or mothers, of our soldiers these two and De Palma In a final election. Tho insuranco companies spurt won the race by a few yards. and sailors, claims for exemption on do not and cannot permit this fact to Chevrolet Just failed to get up. The ionuon, Aug. xi. ine ameu gov - iuat score wm cease, inis is an affect their calculations. They must race was run at an average speed of ernments will discuss Jointly the imperative duty of the Government, protect themselves by charging prem - $ Notwlthstandlnd tho fart that Monterey produces millions of peace proposals or Pope ueneuict and we cannot deprive neipiess women jums so ,gh that they aro secured 10S miles per hour. ' dollars worth of potatoes, sugar beets, apples, peaches, barley, In the twenty-mil- e race, Do Palma n reply will bo Issued In due course, land children of the support of the against los no matter how severe the alfalfa, dairy products, livestock, etc., thero Is much lnnd that by forcing him into the rate 0f mortality may be. Conse-e- d led nlmost thruout, closely followed Lord Robert Cecil told the Assoclat- - wage-earneonly needs farmers and settlors to make it moro Intensively prooy unevroiet. tho raco was prac Press tonight. Whether tho re-- j military service of tho country unless quently, tho very men who nro called ductive. This is n rich coast county with a mild even climate. tically a repetition of the thirty-mil- e ply will be a Joint note or as sug-- j the Government substitutes Itself as jit0 tho hervico because their physlcat affair and Do Palma again won by gested in some quarters thru the their support. condition is of the best and who as YOU CAN SEE THIS COUNTRY WITHOUT LEAVING HOME yards. Carburetor trouble was said medium of the United States or by Imagine tho emotions of the man civilians would for that reason be Wc have Issued n beautifully illustrated booklet telling of Monto be the cause of Oldfleld's poor per- some other manner will be decided who Is called Into the military ser- - able to securo tho most favorable terey County, am! tho opportunities thero for YOU. Send us ten formance In both races. The twenty-mil- e later. of his country with full know- - surance rate In peaco time, are denied cents for this booklet nml a sample copy of Suiuct affair was nt an average speed necessary llfo Instir ledge that his loved ones are left as soldiers tho the one big Nntlonnl Magazine telling of tho llfo nnd developLimited Knowledge. of 110 5 miles an hour. without means of support and may anco to cnablo them to protect their j ment of tho West. Address, Bill Do you know you borrowed be reduced to want unless the charity famlles and dependents. In the final event at fifty miles, De tre- Tho Palma took his racer out In front at $2 from mo six months ago? SUNSET MAGAZINE SERVICE BUREAU, SAN FRANCISCO of the community In which they live meudous rates charged by private InYes, I know that. Gill the start, shot into the lead and gradcomes to their relief. It would be surance companies to protect them "And do you know that you have nothing less than a crime for n rloh against tho ually drew away At the end of ten risks of miles Chevrolet's car "blew" a tire, never paid me?" and Just Government to treat Its fight- - war put Insuranco entirely beyond tho "Why, yes, I know that." which caused him to lose ground. De men are at the front. It deals with "LUMBERJACKS" RECRUITED Ing men so heartlessly and to subject reach of tho conscripted soldier, "Do you know when you aro go- their dependont wives and children, Palma increased his lead. Chevrolet Military necessity, has, therofore, its heroes liberally far the sufferings TO FULL STRENGTH then "blew" another tire and he was ing to pay me?" that result from their disablement on who aro unable to fight, to greater subjected tho most fit subjects for "Well, say, you don't expect me to e the field of battle, nnd, If they die. practically out of the race. Oldfleld Washington, Aug. 21. Tho regisurance to nn Insurmountable than If they could fight. Jumped Into tho second place, but De know everything, do you." Yonkers morale of an army Is as essen- -' crimination unless tho Government it makes just provision for the loved ment of lumbermen, officially known Palma beat him more than a lap at Statesman. tial to its effective fighting power itself supplies Insurance nt cost nnd ones who survivu them. It fosters tho as the 10th Engineers (Forest) nnd the finish. as guns, ammunition and other In- upon a peace basis. It would, In fact, hclploss and dependent, tho maimed nicknamed tho "lumberjack regiSoftly. Miss Katherlno Stinson who was strumentalities of war. Of equal Im- bo dastardly and undemocratic if tho and disabled, and recognizes the Im- ment," hns been recruited to full Actor's Wife Did the audienie portance Is the morale of tho civil Government should penalize the sold- - mensity of the Nation's debt to tho strength, and tho Forest Service, to have raced Oldfleld in an aeroplane, did not arrive at the track in applaud? valor and patriotism of her heroic which has been securing tho men, ban population which must support tho ler who Is forced to render tho They made Actor Applaud! time. It was stated that she had beon notified by tho Wnr DepartIn tho field. We cannot have est duty of the citizen by Its failuro to sons. met with an accident In her Journey about as much noise as a rubber heel this essential morale unless tho Na- -' provide war Insuranco ujion penco ment to list no moro candidates for on a feather mattress. Clironlr, Constipation from Albany. .service with this regiment. tion comforts the men In the ranks terms nnd at net cost, first, because It is by no means an easy inntter to cipatlon, howovcr, of n possible call with tho knowledge that everything tho pay of tho enlisted men In the Bad Coush? Feverish? Grlppy? Army and Navy Is less than tho cure this dlsoaso, but it can be done soon for another regiment of tho Clear Your Skin in Spring. Discovery possible will bo done for them You need Dr. King's New Spring house cleaning to tho wages and salaries gonorally earned in most Instances by taking Chamber- - samo charaater tho listing officers nil means soothing bal- - and their famlles, and renders cleaning Inside and outside. Dull to stop that cold, the civil nonulatlon at home tho assist- - In private life, which reduces their Iain's Tablets and complying with tlw over tho country have been Instruct- .w..e u m(jgt offe( lnvcgUB capacty; a,td, second, 1)0- - plnln printed directions that nccomp- - cd to continue listing names of suit-an- y pimply skin is an aftermath of win- sam iiibreuicm. Hcu. iu m win. ui.uai. m nblo men who may bo summoned hoWng the Government cause Government Insuranco U an ter Inactivity. Flush your intestines memnranes, soome me kill the germ lvj m each package qualities jand Uja fl m . when essentia! war and emergency mens- ng forceg needed. with a mild laxative and clean out the antiseptic Tho "lumberjack reglmont" Is not bene the accumulated wastes, easy to take, Z for 4S The purpose of .the,. war Insurance. ure.ofinaugurated for the specificcannot Mts. No Quarter I'or Him. in tho n lighting Jones was standing flt ollr miiit.rv forcwi. nnd they do not gripe. Dr. King's Now force but will bo employed remedy for ." ""; 'and sbu, nol- ,o conduotod for nro- - doorway talking with old Mr. Hum, In woods operations In France, get--- Life Pills will clear your complex- years been the standard lo secure mu imuiu ui niumwi of They wero speaking in ting out material for army use. Tho a neighbor. ion and brighten your eye. Try Dr. coughs and colds in thousandshflVft ' soldiers and sailors by Insuring tholr'ft. finH Hnf n linttla linmna Imrecruits aro now bolng assembled lit King's New Life Pills Such overhead charges as agents uncomplimentary terms about an adequate compen- and It handy in your medicine chest lorl1180"'1 Provides 1 .1 Inen rT iiti ,n Ice I nil e ..u . . . .i...n, lirnmntlmi postor who had lato passed thru tho Washington, whero they nre drilled iirH'nrtlttf Hi tiu throw off the sluggish winter shell. w.....u.., .u.......o j.u.io, nlljSailUUS iWIU HlUCUUl 1.1 IU1 1"" . .. I .nnn nn,l "" COUGHS, UV4U3, UUU1, b"l'l"' village, swindling right nnd left. " dally by the officers assigned to comAt druggists, 25c. 2 life and total or partial permenent local ronta!3, etc., aro eliminated. The bronchial affections, At your drug- "Ho'd better not como round hero mand them. Col. Woodruff of tho fam-- 1 Government must assumo Mie cost of disability; also to protect their gist, 50 c. again!" exclaimed Mrs. Jones Indig- regular army, who will head tho Pat's Information. ilies against poverty and want by j administering this benevolent agency, "If ho does, I'll glvo him no Is In charge nnd with tho It bears the cost of admlnist- - nantly. One day, as Pat halted at the top providing them with sufficient means Just as Clinnjrcatile. quarter." assistance of a staff made up of pracof the river bank, a man famous for of sunnort during the absence of the erlng all other Government agoncies E".a ilarion is a decided blonde. "Quarter!" shouted the enraged tical lumbermen and foresters is proestablished for the benefit of the his Inquisitive mind, stopped and askmen at tho front. sn't old man; "quarter." Well, I guess viding nn cqulpmonl of tho most ed: The nation, having been froced to people Flo -- yes, but she didn't decide unI wouldn't give him ten cents?' character for tho typo of "How long havo you hauled water til reseort to tho draft in order to creato This legislation will bo n great not! last week. woods operations called for, in tho for the village, my good man?" quickly an army to save tho country, stop forward in tho recognition of the 'The Youth's Companion. list of tho experienco of the Allien. "Tin years, sor." is under a higher obllgaton to do Republics' duty to its heroes. I conTheir Ambition. Stop Ijcft Over Coughs. The regiment will tako with It both "Ah, how many loads do you take these things for Its fighting forces sider it tho most significant and prog- "I read lateJy ot two thieves conDr. Boll's will stationary and portablo sawmills with army only, was ressivo moasuro presented to Cong-He- In a day?" victed In Now York ot stealing music than If a volunteer Iress since tho declaration ot war. It stop that hacklirg cough that llngors everything necesbary for logging and This great and rich created. "From tin to fifteen, sor." boxes." g It immediately nffects tho "Ah, yes! Now I havo a problem of from January. Tho soothing pine sawmill work and for transporting "I suppose tlicv wanted to go to public cannot afford to do less, and for you. How much water at this Sing Sing." must do what Is proposed In a spirit a greater number of persons than any balsams loosen tho phlegm, heals tlio product. rato have you hauled In all?" of gradtitudo and not as charity. act with which I am familiar. It do- - tho irritated membrane, tho glycer you lIovoa the tendor-tissuesSlimmer Complaint. ic very soldier and sailor who serves Bervos tho earnest and vigorous sup-j1"- 0 The drlvor of tho watering cart Evidence Required. During tho hot weathor of the sum-mjorked his thumb backward toward his country in this war will earn ' I)0rt of the country. It provides the breatho easier and coughing censes. Tho editor of the local paper bemouths somo meiuter of almost war In-- 1 broadest nnd the most liberal protoc-suranc- e Don't neglect a lingering cough, it thb river and replied: lieved that he was doing a kindly act everything tho proposed Dr. Bell's ovory family Is likely to bo troubled bill provides; to bo a bene-- , tion ever extended by any govem-ficlar- y Is dangerous. "All the water yes don't see there by suppressing from tho list of Is antiseptic and pleasant to with an ununinral loosenehs of the now, sor." Chicago Herald. of tho proposed law will bo a ment to its fighting forces and their "drunk and disorderly" on market mm badge of honor. dependent Tho United tako, benefits young nml old, get It bowels, nnd It Is of tho greatest Im families. day tho name of a country subscribFormula on portance that this bo treated promptly When wo draft tho Stomach and Liver Troubles. States, tho most progressive and at your druggist er that by rights belonged there. The 25c. 2 which can only bo dono wlicn tho No end of misery and actual suffer-n- g subscriber, however, did not regard wo call not only him hut tho ontlro prosperous nation on earth, setting nn bottlo. Is kept nt hnud. family to tho flag; tho sacrifice entail- - example In tho Ideals for which on-c- d Is caused by disorders of tho stomMrs. F. F. a favor. the omission as lie Finds Christians. Scott, Scottsvllle, N. Y., states, "I Tho wlfo and lightened humanity Is fighting, should is not divisible. ach and liver, and may bo avoided by "1 suppressed your namo for your A travolor who behoved himself first used Chamberlain's children, tho mother, tho father, are net tho highest oxamplo ot al! tho Colic nnd Tablets. wlfo's sake," tho editor explained. the uso of Chamberlain's lio tho solo survivor of n shipwreck Diarrhoea Uemody us much as flvo all Involved In tho sacrifice they uniions in mo treatment oi tuoso wno to Glvo them a trial. They only cost a "Well, that's tho nwkard part of nml ...V .w. ta.x... .w..... nn.l w. quarter. m It," the farmer said, "for not seelw: directly sharo tho burden of defense. ,1 J M..14 ,lln fnr II, .lr rnnnlrf ... fnr "!'" " fUHIIIUUI ISIU, Hill lur UireO years ago. At that tlmo I lintl a seiduys, In terror of his llfo. Driven vere nttnek of They suffer just as much as tho sold- world froedom. suinmor complaint and my namo among tUo rest sho won't Wo are nrnnoslnir to oxnend durlnir 'out by hunger, ho discovered u thin was suffering Intense pain. Ono doso ier, but In a different way, and tho Business Scholarship. I camo to town at all." blelevo Nation must generously dischnrgo aa tho next year moro than ten billion wl3' of smoko rl8l"K f,om a c,u,nP relloved mo. Other mombers of my We have for sale, a scholarship, a proud prlvllego tho duty of main- dollars to creato nnd maintain tho of bU8llC8 ManA' nml crawletl cart" family Imvo slnco used It with llku good for a complete course In either Too Young To Attract. vages t0 Btll,1 tho 'l'0 ot results. Bookkeeping or and Accounting m He I offered you my heart's first taining them until tho soldiers and nocessary fighting forces to reestab-lful- l' justico In tho world Hut Iuh- - u,H,ul " Jl,sl s "o rencucu me Owews-boro- a sailors return from tho war and Stenographers Courso In the fresh young affections. "cared a volco say: " tleo must hoclnnt homos Instlco must1 c,un,P NOTICE. Business & Industrial College. She George, I have often thought Bumu wiu rcspuusiiuui. lUl1 you 1,ay that cart,?" Wo havo drawn tho sword to vindi- bo dono to tho men who die and stiff- - "W1,y in ,,g" Wo uKnln call tho attention of our apply at Republican IV llko to teach but 1 never cared For particulars cate America's violated rights, to re- er for us on tho battlefields and tor Ho dropped on his knees nnd, de readers to tho fact that Tho Repuboffice. tf for kindergarten work. Judge. storo peace and justice, and to securo their wives nnd children and depend- voutly rulsiug his hands, cried: lican will publish no comiiiuiircutlous m "Thank God, they aro Christians." unless BOMB HITS lMOATs THE LADIES' HOME JOURNAL, tho progress ot civilization. Wo can- ents who sacrlflco for us at home. To hIkihiI by the author. Few weeks pass that anonymous articles submarine SUNK THE SATURDAY EVENING POST not permit our soldiers, whllo they do Justico to thorn requires only a Everybody's Mugazlno. hold tho front, to bo stabbed in tho tttho ot tho money wo aro expending nro not received and It Is not our and THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN back by uncertainty as to what Is for tho general objects of, tho war. Catarrhal Deafness cannot Be Cured Fort Smith, Ark., Aug. 18. A to hurl ncwuy Items hato tho by local appllcaHotu. aa they cannot reach gun pointer In tho United States Na- wish to secure tho spare tlnio ot a bolng dono for their loved ones nt Lot It not bo bald that uoblo America the dlataintl portion of tho car. Them la waste bitikot. 'This anonymous tjoui. oo Is to vy, now on duty on an armed mer- mau or woman to act as local repre- homo. Our tomorrows nro in their was Ignoble In tho treatiuant of her only that way by aeuro catarrhal 4rafncaa. muulcatloii rulo Is and stated micIi week constitutional writing to his mother hero, sentative In Hartford and vicinity, hands theirs In ours. Tho national Eoldlors uud sailors and callous to Catarrhal Deifncii la cauatd by rcmciH'. nt tho head of tho tilltorhil column an chantman, condition of mucuua lining of looking after tho renewals of their consclenco will not permit America's , tho fato of their dependents In this tho liuatachlan Tube.tho Whn describes nn'ndventuro with German thli tube la and must ho adhered to. Requests Intlamed you havo a rumbling sound or submarines In tho war zono on a voy-ag- o many subscriptions in this section, soldiers and their dependents to go greatest war of all tlnio. hearing, and when It Ja entirely Unit names bo omitted from print bill cloaed. Diafncsf laliotho reault, Unleaa tho Tho pending wnr Insuranco about tho mlddlo of July. On and introducing theso publications unprovided with everything that a ro compiled Willi, but the manuscript liillammatUn can reduced and to Its normal condition, thla tubo the ninth day out, n submarine sud- to new readers. Payment will boj just, generous and noblo pooplo can 'gives compensation, not pensions; It reatored destroyed hearlmr must boar tho writers' will bo hlk'iuiture. forever. Many oasts denly came up bosldo tho merchant- mado In salary and commission. Pre- do to compensate them for tho suit- - fixes amounts definitely In udvuuco deafneas aro caused by catarrh, which of la THE EDITOR. an Inllamed condition of the mucous man, too closo for uso of Its deck vious experience Is deslrnblo but not crlng3 nnd sacrifices they make to Instead of holding out tho more 'ia"' Catarrh Medicine acta lliu blood on tho mucoua surfaces of thru For details address, with servo their country. tho gun or torpedo tubes. The naval essential. chunco of gratitudes after tho cou- - system. Tt K.it'fta Hin iln- no unu gira una Hundred Dollars for Aatiln frnm Hin pnrn ntwl nrntopHftll filndnii lit nnncn gun crow was unuhlo to attack, but references, Box CC4, THE CURTIS bo FOR FLETCHER'S n momber of tho gun crew picked up PUBLISHING COMPANY, Jndepend- of their dependents while tho soldier pendents from want and gives them cu cured by iuu" 'catarrh1 Miicfnea cl?! r."j. cuNiiv &c",CToieio, o, VN2 la nllvo, tho proposed war lusurancc tho uccossnrles of llfo whllo their u bomb and dropped It on tho sub- - cuce Square, Philadelphia. alul illaolilnil mnrlno causing nn explosion which DUTY OF A sank tho enemy. Tho merchant ship THE convoy of n cruiser and was under JUST GOVERNMENT BARNEY OLDFIELD on tho day following the attack abovo mentioned tho cruiser was attacked from both port and starboard simulTho tortaneously by submarines. ITALIAN IMtlVKK TAKF.S KVKUY pedoes passed astern of tho cruiser FAMILY ALLOWANCH.INIH'.MNITV AND INSURANCi: KOI I OUR SOLkvknt from his and a salvo from both sides of the DIERS AM) SAILORS. OIlOXKNT. cruiser at tho two submarines caused both to submerge. DE PALMA BEATS act provides for dcflnito compensation for his dependents In case of death, for definite and adequate Indemnities in caso of total or partial disability, and for QQQ&fX&QQQQQ$fZiQQQQ$GGG NOTICE! BUY YOUR ar-!,o- STRAW HAT FROM ' 5, nble-bodle- 5. I rs e, $ Hub Clothing Co. HARTFORD, KY, self-respe- ct ld QSQQGSSttt'XWGfX&SSfZ&fX&Si : t . ck ' Monterey County Needs Good Farmers. : : j rs 'I ln-vl- co ' t j extrn-hneardn- dls-Th- high-armi- In-ant- l- mo ' ffi'Dt 1 1 f I IT n" ''""' J t V ht I 1 1 Pino-Tar-Hon- well-bein- , or Plne-Tar-Hon- wage-earne- r, to-da- mo-dlcl- no ' tlo-hl- ro I 1, dnlclren Ory CASTOR? A 1'vrt&&,T&fi&t&jtijtffr' qtg:iu,isi.i,'"rj-- r n; tA WW, i. Babies' Health Contest Draws Great $10,000 Saddle Horse Stake Wk Mothers to the State Fair For 1917 Kentucky State Fair Children Cry for Fletcher's Owners and Breeders Throughout the Country Interested In President Cohen's Ambitious Enterprise. Ibe in use ior over over ou years, nas Dome tne signature of Kind You Have Always Bought, nnd which has been 'ffirttt, ana nas Deen made under his per sonal supervision Eince its infancy. Just-as-go- Vii,. ) -- - 'flin 'Jaaa II. All Counterfeits, Imitations and " " are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it 'has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural eleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. jaaBBBBBsaaBBaVR 11$ t? What is CASTORIA GENUINE PvHf COMMISSIONER aaBLsBaaaaaBBSSBBa yBears CASTORIA the Signature of ALWAYS COHEN AND PRIZE CUP AND BABY. f ) You would guard your Imfoy with your life, but how much letter to punnl It with your brain. One lnlJlIon lablcfl nrc now enteritis on their flrst HUinnuT, anil one out of every fifteen of these will die, according to medical statistics, from hent, ixxir nourishment nud Uie wroiiR clothes. Do you want your bniiy to lxj one of the fifteen? If not, learn how to keep'your llttlu one from heat sufferliiK, from tho wrong food and1 from clothes that sap Its little RtrciiKth. TIhvukIi tho examinations, mental mid physical, the scoring of points both pood and bad, tho scientific object les. pons and rending matter provided by the ItableV Health Contest.at the Ken. tucky State Fair, which will be held this year the week of Sept. 10, thousands of nxithers are enabled to Judge Just wliat dangers nre threatening their babies, Jiust what Ills to remedy and Just how to keep them In prime condition. if you had a ho, a horse or cow you Mould learn nud know something of its care, because- it Is valuable. Isn't jour baby north more than hore or cow or pig? Is the query ofj those Interested In the promotion of scientific baby care. They nrguo that, no matter how lovely, how dimpled, how pink and whlto and sweet It Is, there may be disease or deformity lurking under this beauty, and this is an evil of which you should Ikj forewarned. Up to date mothers throughout Kentucky arc not only entering this contest to find out about their babies', but are coming back year by year to mark KfBVSfHVr vBflvtfffA K tE In Use For Over 30 Years F&fliPrnt FA The Kind You Have Always Bought THK CENTAUR COMPANY, MKW VQRK CITV. the progress this knowledge has given them and tho Improvement it has mode In their children. Tihe contest this year, which Is under the supervision of Mrs. John I Woodbury, will be marked by a num-le- r of Innovations, among which will bo an clalxrate display of knitted goods for babies aud tho giving away of patterns for those articles to the mothers desiring them. Another attractive feature will bo the spectacular parade which will final the baby contest. This parado will be arranged as a beautiful spectacle In the Hippodrome pavilion and will show every little tot entered In tho contest to the greatest ndantage. Entrance to the Ilnbies' Health Contest Is free and Is open to babies months twelve nnd thlrty-sthroughout the state of Kentucky. Tor catalogue or Information address rount T. Kremer, Secretnry Kentucky Stnte Pair, Stilt GOl Republic Ilulldtng. I.oulsUIe. Ky. HERMAN ST.RAWQ RICHLIEU KING, 1916. LEVY BROTHERS' CUP. & SONS' CO. CUP. Two of tlic nrjay of trophies offered by the two lending mercantile estabIn tho grea't $10,000 five galted saddle lishments of LouLsvillo in their IUhss, horse stake at tho fifteenth annual the Levy Urothers' Clothing company Kentucky State pair, the week of Sept. and the,H. Straus & Sons Co. departit), aro loagolllcont allver cups donated ment store. The prize money donated and set aside In this class Is as follows: How Priio Money Is Divided. One thousand dollars to tho horse wiunhig first prize, $02." to the horso winning second prize, $375,totho horse winning thiTd prize nnd $250 to the horse winning fourth prize. In addition to the first prize of $1,000 tho sadCeintnlssiiMier Cohen, with the unantho enthusiastic dle stnlUon proving ehamplou of sterimous ludorseatent and country In his class will receive a support of the members of the stnte ling silver ci'p, on which will bo enboard of agriculture, was untiring In graved "Championship of America for his efforts to secure tho Interest and galted saddle stallion, any age, of horse owners and breed- ;tlve wm ue valued at oO. ers throughout the country, and his aim wnien night of Pair week tho On plans were crowned with splendid suc- marc Tuesday division of the saddle Horse stako cess. From nearly every city of any will be shown under the same condisize in the United States letters have same amounts aud poured in upon the, commissioner eulo- tions nnd with the as in the stallion rings. gizing his brilliant achievement und1 divisions Wednesday night tho exhibition of commending the vitalizing effect of geldings will take place In Identically such a project upon the horse Interests the same manner and with the same of the country. divisions. World Will Look to America. Saturday night the grand finalo of The commissioner has made It known the horso show will take place, when that tills very motive inspired him in the four champions of America In his efforts for this gignutic prize list, their particular sex classes meet to as it Is his firm belief that at the elose compete for $2,500 In prize money nnd of the present disastrous und exhaust- the title of grand champion of Amering war nil foreign natfons will look ica. The money In the grand chamto America for foundation stock and pionship event will be divided the same new blood and that this nation should as in the sex clusscs, and, hi nddltion. prepare for the demand. At present he tho winner will joeelve a sterling sildeclares tliat the breeding operations ver trophy known nnd Inscribed as tho of this country have ceased to an "(irund Ciiampiqnship of Amerlcn for alarming extent and that Just such in- five galted saddle stallion, mare or spiration as this hitherto unheal d of geldtng of any age." stake Is necessary to arouse the horseJudges Carefully Picked. men and breeders of the United States. Pntiies for these stakes will close Entrance Feo Waived. Aug. 1, and all nominations should he In addition to the niivgnltudo of the sent In Immediately to Fount T. Kreprize money, the fact th.tt any entrance mer, secretary of the Kentucky State fee Is waived and the horse owner or F.ilr, Itepubllc building, Louisville. breeder privileged to enter as ninnj Three Judges will be selected to prennlmals as he cares to nominate free side hi these rings, tho officials to bo of charge and that stnblo room ami named by the State Hoard of Agriculbedding are provided by the State Fair ture of Kentucky, the State Hoard of without cost to the owner Is certain to Agriculture of Missouri und tho State attract the attention of the entire Hoard of Agilculturo of California. horso world and to make the llvo galted This guarantees Judgus of the highest saddlo horse events of the 1017 Ken- Integrity, ability and nation wide reptucky State Fair the most sensational utation among horsemen nud olllcluls eminently well suited to serve In the saddle horso affair of the age. The battle royal for the $10,000 in most spectacular and important horse prizes will open Monday night, Sept. event tho world has ever known. 10. with n grand prize totnl of $2,500 For catalogue or Information address offered tho five galted saddle stallion of .Fount T. Kremer. Secretary Kentucky O..I. AI Il......l.lt D..I1.1I any ago who bears off tho champion- Vl... ship honors of America in his sc.x class. Louisville, Ky. of agriculture and, by virtue of tiris ollice, president of tho Kentucky State Fair, has secured a ?10,000 live pitted widdle horse stake for tho 1017 Kentucky State Pair to bo held in Louisville tlic week of Sept. Starck Pianos ( Wm P. A. STARCK PRESIDENT HON. MsVT S. COHEN, No Money inAdvnnce Satisfac (Ion Guar anteed LowestNet Fact Priooa c-- Eii;ai A TorniH $200Fac From lory Direct 10-1- 5. Saving of SlOO to Marvelous Entertainment Features On the State Fair Program V - Wo will ship you a beautiful Starck riano for 30 dais' frco trial, In your home. 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In the Hippodrome exhibition, to be held nightly in the Live Stock Pavilion, there lias been secured un entertainment which will outrival anything of the kind cut offered. Tho horse show which has heretofore distinguished the Kentucky State Pair will again bo given In Its entirety, and yet in nddltion to theso features, which are well worthy a ?'-- admission feo In tho management Is providing the added and unrivaled glory of ae sad-diworld's championship llvo gal tod horse stake of s10.000. which will bo offered In combination with both Hlppodroino and horse show for the unprecedented admission prlco of 60 cents per person. Koino of the features will Ikj: The Helen I.eachAVallln Trio In a crutid aerial whirling exhibition which Os said to be the most thilllliiu of its kind ever offered. They will bo followed by tho lour ltocders, who, are eipilllbilsts of unbelievable skill and strength. fetch-InTho Tasma Three nre a trio of young girls who present one of tho most dangerous and sensational wlie acts In the show business. Tho Ilelletulro mothers, "daredevils of tho nicna," do a death defying stunt In which oue makes a sensational dash them-selveg down a steep Incline In a miniature auto, loops n great arc and tiles from the nbandoned enr on to the outstretched hands of his partner, who holds him aloft despite the terrific impact. The Novel Urothers nre described by their billing. Their specialty is clowning and music. Olymplu Pes Vail & Co. Is reputed to be oue of the most beautiful nnd wonderful equine and canine exhibitions in America. Holland and Dockrill offer sensational bareback riding and whirlwind driving with four magnificent Arabian horses and a gold Roman chariot. Adelu Von Ohl bonsts but tho ouo horse, but she Is said to provide a whole show. Miss Von Ohl Is regarded as the most noted cowgirl In America. The piece de resistance of the roster will, It Is claimed, bo Prford's Marvelous Whlrllnr Sensntlons. The keynote of this act Is aerial whirls In picturesque array of angels and demous. One of the prettiest features Is the "Dance of the Demons" nud a finale on musical bells. This entlie wonderful program will bo crowned and completed by Cavallo's great Conceit Hand of forty musicians. They uio said to bo richly Tho Kentucky Stoto Pnlr Catalogue for the 1017 Fair, to be held In Louis- Aille tho week of Sept. 10, lists 0,000 Be Whatever Want To Be H0LSTEINS PROMINENT STATE AT FAIR KENTUCKY BIG SHOW FOR WOMEN FOR STATE FAIR PLANNED Ono Prlzo Money Doubled For the "Stars of the Show." prize ribbons, over 100 cups and trophies, valued at $.1,000 or more, and a money award total of ?50,000. Holstclns will bo one of the most prominent classes in the beef cattle department of the coming Kentucky Stato Fair, to bo held In Loulsvlllo tho week of Sept. 10. Tho- - prle list for tills breed of efficient ijalry performers has hten doubled aud now represents the Interesting stun of $S). All of tho classes throughout tho beef cattlo department havo been largely Increased, but the Holstelu aggregation bids fair to be the "stnrs of the show." A model dairy In operation Is promised as an adjunct to the dairy cattlo e.xhi bltlon, und thero will be new features of scientific dnlry management mink-tu- g the cattle exhibit of the fifteenth animal Stato Fair. For catalogue or Information nddiess Fount T. Kleiner, Secretary Kentucky State Fair. Suit col Itepubllc Building, Louisville, Ky. of the Most Creditable Exhibits In the Entire Gigantic Dioplay. Ilusy housewives and experts In arts crafts uto taking advautage of every moment In preparation for the showing to be made at the fifteenth annual Kentucky Stato Pair, to bo held In Louisville tho wxl; of Sept. 10. Tho Woman's Department Is naturally the most Interesting portion of the Stato Pair to womankind and Is like wise one of tho most creditable exhl billons In the entlie gigantic display. Tiie entry list for this department will close Aug 27. and a "hurry up rail" Is Issued by Kentucky Stnte Fair Secretary Fount T. Kremer, Suit 001 Itepubllc building, Louisville. For catalogue or Information address Fount T. Kittiner. Seuutnry Koutuckj Stato Pair, Suit 001 Itapubllc liulldlng nnd Louisville, Ky. 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. Tho big men of today almost without exception are the men who prepared yesterday. Wo prepare you for the position that are waiting for che prepared man or woman. School 'in session the entire year. Pupils may enter at any time and eceivo proper classification. X I is Is Ms i (Incorporated) OWENSBORO, KY. U!Kr! prr'wf Hartford Republican. Bnttd according to law at th rostofflc Hartford, Ky., n mall matter ol the eecond elaM, W. S. TIXSLEY, Editor & Bus. Mgr. Address all communications Che Hartford Republican. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS to second call, showing the dnlp on which each man is to appear before the board. Nearly every moderate sized community has one or more energetic young citizens bearing a commission of Lieutenant or higher rank, lrtfe-l- y bestowed In competitive examination, for service In Uncle Sam's army and while we, with the kith and kin of the newly commissioned take Just prldo In our young vigorous officers, yet our pride Is deeply overlain with sorrow, that the llower of our young manhood must bo called away on a' mission fraught with so many dangers and hardships. DETAIL OF ATTACK ON U. S. SOEDIERS (RUSSIA'S WOULD' BE NEW HOLY MAN : GOOD BYE WITNESSES FOR GOVERNMENT ONCE A PRINCE, NOW A MONK, LIVES AS iii:rmit IN SOLRECOUNT RAH) MADE ITUDE. NEAR CLAY. 1 abfcrlbm desiring the lister Mnt to a new ddrro moet pKe the old altlris In making the reqneet. Bnelneee Locale and Xotltee 10c per line and Bo per line tor encb additional Insertion. Obltaarlee, Insolation and Card ol Thjnk15c line, money In adrance. Church Notices for Kfrrloes free, but other idTertleemente, Be per line. Anonymoaa commanhatlone will receive no ttentlon Cvmo.'baxlo.ri.a..... JTaLXXxioza' 3u,tvtaJ. 123 AUGUST CO FRIDAY 24 REPUBLICAN TICKET. o Di-tri- Tor Representative L. L. EMBRY. For County Judge MACK COOK. ' For County Attorney A. D. KIRK. , W. C. BLANKENSHIP. For Sheriff S. A. BRATCHER. For. Jailer WORTH TICHENOR. "V '. For Assessor ' D. E. WARD. Superintendent of Schools 7 E. S. HOWARD. For County Surveyor C. S. MOXLEY. . Coroner DR. A. B. RILEY. For Justice of the Peace Hartford District ED. SHOWN. Beaver Dam District SAM L. STEVENS. " ct Centertown GEO. W. ROWE. Rockpoit DKtrict Q. B. BROWN. Rosine District W. C. DAUGHERTY. Sulphur Springs District W. S. DEAN. " " Fordsville District B. F. RICE. Bartlett District B. C. RHOADS. For County Clerk r This war stuff has not only prov ed Uie undoing of red liquor but red lights as well. t In Ohio county It takes six men to make one soldier, that is, according to the rate of yield in the first 317 summoned before the local board. Since the hog has become the highest priced animal In captivity, he is not supposed to do his own rooting. No, it's not root hog or die, as it once was. The Republican has made arrange ments to receive news letters from Hattlesburg each week while our soldier boys are stationed at Camp Shelby, adjacent to that place. How we would like to get one good short squint at the fellow who once upon a time, delighted in tearing his curley locks and shrieking, "Oh, you Robber Barron Tariff! You horrible plunderer of tho great common people, creator of high prices and etc.," and so on. in fixing the price of Western Kentucky coal at $2.20 per ton at tho mines, didn't 6avo wo people in this dlbtrlct anything to brag about. Some mines are now Eelllng it for approximately $1.50, or perhaps $1.55 and tho largest contractors In tho country get it for $1.C0 per ton and a lot of It conies from districts where tho price Is fixed as high as $2.G5. President Wilson, From tho 317 registered persons who have been before tho local Exemption Board, only 52 have been accepted and placed upon the reserve list to await tho call to Colors, by tho proper authorities. Tho exemption claims of somo ton or twolvo, perhaps, have not been finally passed upon and It Is likely that a few of these will bo accepted. Tho Board has nindo another call for 20S men for examination nml tho call Includos numberH 318 to 524, Inclusive, ns they are required to call doublo tho number deslrod to finish the first quota. We publish. In another column, list of those embraced, lu the Petrograd, Aug. 12. (CorrespondHopkinsville, Kyy, Aug. 22. The preliminary hearing before United ence of The Herald) Andrew lllsh-o- p States Commissioner Frank Cunof Ula, Is Russia's latest holy man. ningham, of nine of the men arrested An exception In the reactionary in Webster county, on n charge of Orthodox Church, he is a conspiracy to oppose by force the au- Greek prominent democrat and a daring cc- thority of the United States GovernIf the citizens In every county In ment and in actually firing upon sol- - clestlcal reformer. He is a candidate each State were Just llko they are diers in Federal service stationed at for the exalted post of Metropolitan In Larue county, to raise an army the Diamond mine near Clay, on the of Petrograd; and were it not for his reforming zeal he would bo Metropo of 1,000,000 men, It would bo ne-- 1 night of August 2, occupied the" to call only that number for tire day. When court adjourned the litan already. Since tho revolution, The county of Lin- - prosecution had not concluded its Bishop Andrew has resided at tho examination. coin's birth needed 132 to fill her testimony and the case will be con- - Athos Monnstry In South Petrograd, where ho works for the regeneration quota. The 132 first In tho call, ap- tinucd tomorrow. The men on trial arc Calvin Tosh, of his church. peared for examination, every mothAndrew's career is a chapter from er's son passed the physical ordeal G rover Brown, Guy Brown, John Tolstoy or Turgenleff romnnce. Ho exemptions. Christopher, John Bradcn, J. T. Mor-- ! and not one claimed Anurew uciiiomsKy, This is a record perhaps that will ran. EmmMr Hnves. Al Mpssmoreas uorn member of a princely and once not bo equaled In any call at any and Enoch Herrin. famous ionalro !, ct ,,.r,nc! wi tnctifi. lilntfinK family finnt Lnit,n in time. . . 7 tllo ""l """ lllrtf "'" ' "' cd Tosh and Morgan waived Crop prospects In Ohio county nev- nation and were held over, bond be- - ,man Is Prince Hcsper ucntomsKy.wiio j J er before were so flattering ns at ing fixed at $5,000 each which has "ttu,u",,,,lu ",u "llc present The lowest places in the not yet been given. All pleaded notolas' tnen "eir apparent, on nis jour- ney around the world, published a bottom lands have had a bit j guilty. lowest placed a goodbye Wc on history on the Journey founded the too much rain. Corn on small areas Learns of Proposed Attack. TtiiKRn.Chtnpsn Hunk", cavo Emneror in house. We have looked of that character has yellowed slightThe cases are the outgrowth of the ly. To take the crop as a whole it recent strike, in Western Kentucky Wllhelm the Idea of the Yellow Perbid goodbye and is by far the largest ever planated coai fici,s, Capt. Ellerbe Caiter il; and for twenty years edited tho Petrograd VIedomostl. 75c; $1.00 and the corn on high land is making told of being sent to Webster county all Bishop Andrew began hie career the River bottom corn burst thru in command of troops and sending $1.50 $1.00. the shuck almost to Tteep up. Con a squad to Diamond mines on the ns a wealthy guard officer. After ' gave sidering the acreage and quality, It night of August 2, when information four years of worldly living, he $5.00 away his richew, and underwent the is a fairly safe proposition to say, of an expected attack was given him. process of "simplification" described barring accidents, that Ohio county Lieut. Barnes, commanding t'e by Turglneff In the novel, "Virgin And so goes. If you a will yield three bushels of corn this squad described the battle, saying he Soil." "Prince Uchtomsky" died, and year to one, in any previous year. had ten men and they were attackfor call wc "Tho Monk Andrew" was born. Tobacco is also fine, tho of late.Just a ed from a hill by a number of men. in a very few will be sold for in Mortified Floli And Prayed bit too much rain. Cutting of early Firing was general and lasted fifty many Russian monks, An- -' Unlike burley has commenced. For the first minutos amj more than fifteen hun bands drew lived In genulno asceticism, in I time, we have a large crop of soy d,.C(1 shots wcr0 fije(j . Tho attack-beanwe estrangement from the world, In j that is, comparatively speak- - crs diverted their fire at cabins, and an unusually big crop of!cupic(j by negro nc,nunon miners, midnight vigils and prayer. He te- square cabin In a stock peas, all looking fine. Farm- - most of which were pierced time and nated a six-foforest, r ate br'ead- mid drank -- ers or tnis section snouiu pui oy again, the negroes escaping narni ia. money sufficient to weather thru for by taking refuge in the mine. Ho spring water, nnd added good works J T some time, tho crops be not so good said bullets whizzed all around him to mortification, and prayer. ' and his men. Andrew's charity mndo him fa- -' for a year or so to come. " mous. Peasants flocked to his cell, Z Lieut. Col. Bassett. Capt. Carter he was begged to join the richest, FEDERAL OFFICERS am Lieut. Otte testified as to state- - and most aristocratic monastic communl- ARREST 15 GERMANS nient niade by John Braden in which ties, ne reiuseu. lie preierreu 10 they alleged he told them that tho wander along the Volga, preaching to Sioux Falls, S. D., Aug. 21. Fif- attackers were in two squad i .and I Kalmuks, Bashhlrs were arrested at Tripp he, Braden, led one and Giover Moslem Tartars, teen Germans nnd Tchercmlses, nnd to heathen ShaHutchinson county, South Dakota, to- Biown tho other. man tribes, descendents of the Asiatday, by Federal officers, charged Heads Dunbar Statement. ic hordes which devastated East Euwith violation of the espionage act, Col. Bassett also read a statement rope In thc early Middle Ages. said there was none at all so far as I acordlng to advices received here late purporting to be that of Rayburn Even tho Petrograd reactionaries the universal brotherhood which lie he could see except tho pcoplo liked this afternoon. The men were tak "J Dunbar, said tn have been wounded dared not ignore Andrew's fame. In practicos. to read It. en to Yankton, S. D., and arraigned f,v the- - soldiers and who is now in a tho hopo that he would go over to before United States Commissioner Nashville Hospital, detailing alleged their camp, they made him n Bishop. With red liquor known to bo full HEADS ODDLY STRUNG. E. T. White, for preliminary hear- - facts as to the attack, Disappointed in this, they treated him j of light It Is funny Undo Sam will j ing. W. J. Skinner said he took part in as a foe and scdltlonary. They susnot let the soldier boys have a (By J. H. Thomas.) Officials refused to divulge the ex- -, tjle ,..,;, and j,;3 party mot at the pected his democratic ways, his drop. act nature of the complaint filed ciifty mines and proceeded to the stralghf talking to soldiers and peasNotwithstanding wo have thc bigagainst the men. However, It is un- - Diamond mines. He was vague a? ants, and tho simplicity of life which We aro not particularly- - bloodderstood that they signed a petition to how amj wnen thc plans were was a mute rebuke to his ostenta- gest corn crop in the country's hiswon't let us thirsty but if Uncle Sam will line up County Treasurer protesting made for the raid and as to details, tious colleagues. Tho reactionary tory, the government to the against the draft. It was stated that He was positive that at Ciifty some plehve and the reactionary procurer make a drop of liquor, but Tlusley, the food speculators acalust a wall land detail us for the Job we will most of the men could not speak or ono VCported that the soldiers had of the Holy Synod, Sabler, surround- let us still bo loyal. JBhoot till our trigger finger Is blisread English and did not understand arrjVC(i and some of the men said ed him with spies, gendarmes and tered. what they were signing. tsffr ' thoy "didn't give-- a damn." agents provocations. In 1910 he like for some ono to We should On August 14, fifteen other Ger- agent at Clay, practically was ; Imprisoned In his explain L Lynt 0J;picss how when cubbage were Squire lien Rice, of Fordsville, l amns, Socialists, were arrested, in swore a s'i:;ty-fiv- e pound box house. He kept his courage and In- twelve cents a pound the bunch we - e,i county by Federal offla politician. When nsked how he an,mUnition, and addressed to dependence. have to feed wanted cabbago twlco They othP,. )a,.ty was taken chaigC of by offensive. on Alone of tho higher prelates he re a day nnd now when that vegetable is won bis nomination by such n big. were charged with having signed and J T Morgan on July 20. fused to bow the kneo to tho lnfa rotting ki thc garden they wont eatcmaJorlty ho winked the other eyo and replied, "I promised tho boys I ai Another witness spid he was call- - mous monk, Rasputin. Thereby he it at all. circulated a petition demanding would keep them out of war." referendum of the draft and the war ed with his bloodhound to the scene earned the enmity of Emperor Nichoand attempting to Intimidate county of the Lattle and was fired at twice las and Empress Alexandria, and Just When the war ends with this coun officials who were administering the on the way bv unknown paities. Let us mention ns a caution to our before the revolution ho was In dan- try a dozen billions or more In debt, was then intimated by ofdraft. It ger of bolng unfrocked or Interned as there will not bo anybody nrgulng candidate that thero Is .sometimes several hundred votes between our ficials that an organized 'propaganda a heretic in Souzdal Monastery. against a protective tariff. Ai.k If Mfctnkc Made. foremost nnd hlndermost candidate was being carried on In German set- After the revolution the monks of Chairman Sloss, after iccovcring Pnllttpa lun, rlinf In Dliln rnnntv Monastery offerssurprise dictated a Irtte, tho Petrograd Athos -m his .. ,, ,. , Wo made Newt Baize feel mighty,, , action aniong dtlzens of German fed Andrew their finest rooms for '. . . iuumi.) If ho could , . , IWUru A birth over the draft and the partici- lO Hie LIllUL mistake I" Ml'iu made. residence, and when lie arrived a doz- proud when we told him had been asking if a a .luijuilli uunii iu tuning pull nnd all pull together pation of this country In tho war with en lackeys and lay monks met him I1U1U provo him- will He said everybody knew Larue Germany. land tho grapes. tho railroad depot.' Ho refused seven hundred he would would do her duty, and more, but at occupy tho rooms. Tho In bad self a popular candidate. to it was hard to believe any county health ho Is a little, frail, almost OPEN SEASON ON DOVES For Sale, For Sale. on eaith could hang up such a rec- transparent man ho sleeps In a tiny While that fellow Hoover Is reguOn account of being drafted Into ord. After signing the letter, he coll, lying on tho Iron laths of a bed, lating tho price of Hour and coal, wo September 1, to October 15, Both and Mr. Campbell began to study - tho army I havo for sale ono Work , sleeps three hours a night, ami spends hopo ho will put tho flxlns on cotton s,, 0II Dates Inclusive. "B w gan, ono enm- about the matter. In prayer, char- seed compound and other substitutes V1.00;, the other twenty-on- e Moving Picture Outllt, one Ed t impossible, but it "Well, it looks for lard. Llson Phonograph with about 4 dozen Unlawful to kill more than fif- looks right," Mr. Sloss (aid. "I don't itable works and projects of church reform. ono Bennett Typewriter, anil In any one day Some shooters teen any chance here lor a misiane or has sec When a fellow who lives Ho Is a Free Man Today. Tone Fo rd Automobile have tho Impression if they go shoot- of any kind. If the numbers did not goes Into a Today a freo man, Andrew is pro- ed in or near Balzctc 111 ing one day and do not kill the bag sell 'the above Items at bar- some mulgating plans for tho democratiza- llntitilillnnu vtrlmnrv it is all off with'? . up this deaden- - j come serially, I would say that limit they can make I Balll prlCCS. ., r,,,t I., i, wn .lnrn nvmi men had been rejected or exempted tion and purification of orthodoxy. I. la U,I'JI41.. V, MI.V .. U .....V. .f... Hill cy on the next day, and others think SHELBY M. SOUTHARD, securing their bag but thc numbers do come serially. Tin demnnds tho convocation 01 an Balzetown Republican to cross swords 7t2p Beaver Dam, Ky., Route 2. that they can after cnpnrlni? the lll'St is Number 258. which wa!;!Ecun,encal Council of tho whole Rus with our old friend, Clem Moxley for ,1 1. ..nin . Ulllll ussiai thnti. fvtntwle uicu in""'" In -Surveyor. numuur muwu. uiu otum. Church; tho dollvery to tho their bag limit, both Of which nro lne "rsl Pi Today and Saturday .it 'ller'H is the second number uiawn, ana Russian State and pcoplo of the violations. Grocery. working a Undo Bob Her . c....ll,. T, lc lnwflll tn kill so on down tho lino. Theie is j.not11(!f church's wasted treasures, and the tern light pulling istho weeds by Jan-- 1 P.UII .. T, . Brown Sugar $1.00 out of v application of tho electoruniversal squirrels from July 1, to December , "'"'.. -- .. i i 4ifi f.'lt-n; ....... Soap 25c i... 1I1UV UIHIICTITL Mil .1... 1111 lilt! : ,: inclusive. Herctoforo as they were diawn in Washington; al principle to church appointments. II14 Lritrilllll: :," 15 both dates 10c every man drafted was examined, provisional government's tho nromlses when his slander suit . iuc waters To tho the squirrel law closed on the 15th 25c physical exam-o- n invitation to accept tho metropolis against JcFluko conies on for trl-- J I'our 10c Can Rubbers day of September nnd opened again every ono passed thc g,uno sack Flour S1.70 that only tho al. Febru- - ination and every one was accepted tancy, ho answered November 15th, nnd ran to 1 doz. Lemons , 3'ic priest's and tho pcoplo had a right to nry 1st, of the following year, but this as a soldier." 1 bag lien Feed $l.7." Barring the momber from Narrows When Araham Lincoln was in tho chooso or reject him. tho was changed by tho last Act of 1 bag Cane Sugar $9.50 I White House, and asked for soldiers, Ho stands for tho Immediate nnd that was a cracking good campaign 3 Legislature. cans Hudson LyeRepublicans selected2"e Unlawful' to hunt except on their they came from all parts of the complete equalization of tho secular committco tho doz. ',i gal. Mason Jars 85c h License country, singing, "Wo aio coming, wlilto clergy with tho monastic Saturday. own land without license. 03c Tho flBh liar's season Is about over i doz. qt. Mason Jars black clergy. At present prefermont year In which is-- v Father Abraham, 50O.OQO strong." good only during the 05c Houso Is granted only to monks. Members and tho fellows who raised tho big- - 1 doz. Tomato Cans . Lincoln is not in the White sue,i ' 'now, but Woodiow Wilbnn is. Wood- - of tho white- clergy, however pious gest pumpkin will now havo his In - J . $ Ask A iij one Who Has Useil It. ,.. .. .. MrnnAH Mn.lii fl.t l.iaf .Kill fm and learned, aro kept in tho position nlng. v i. in i.iim in (iiiiii... n.n iiiii. ' uw I, iiruji iimuu it' iinv vti iiii i H. Thoro nro families who always aim soldiers, and whop the call i cached ot parWl riost and paid on tho av- Works for Soda Water and Parfay Cold weather comes to tho rescue to keep a bottle of Chamborlaln's Col- Lincoln's home thc men all stood in orago of $150 a year. Tho secular tho World's finest soft drink. Orders of decency In tho matter of some ic Diarrhoea Remedy In tho house for answered, "bote." "pope" has no stimulus to work. delivered and bottles taken up at your lino and to eradicate the women's dress. j uso in case- - it is needed, and find that Andrew is trying ! It Is door. Special attention given rush t not only a' cood Investment lint church's tradition of reaction In poll-tic- s ordora for Picnic's ami Ico Cream Wo asked Duke, tno torcman.wiiat saves thomno end of sufforlng. As and serIts and Suppers. vility to the State; and ho is preach- excuse there was for wasting spaco to Its reliability, ask anyone who has FOR FLETCHER'S ' The Ohio County Bottling Works, m ing with apostolic zeal and cloqueuco with that Stray Stroaks stuff and ho ueed R. PARKS & KINO, Prop's. Straw Halts We don't want to carry over August 8th is the beginning of the end of our Straw Hat business. a Straw Hat ih., fi-- :! WE WONT. price ;-- have straw hat thc stock over, our elegant marked every our to every hat, hats at at $2.00at$I.25.S2.50at$1.50. Panamas at $3.50. $3.00 at $2.00. hat out days, arc avorth more than want straw hat it at once, as little or nothing, s, oc-in- g, some cases, thc ask for thc hats. ot te - "," Carson Si Co. t: t t : Hartford, Ky. ' ' ,mark-Hutchlns- an-ce- rs ,, ,,. I ! M. . " " ..,..,. ,,. --- i,,. I3-Il- s. a V 1 l-iu. - , , - ' Children Cry m CASTORIA 4- - v- - v'm week-en- d here, guests of Miss Daisy Wedding. To have LARUE COUNTY get rid of it. Think he should be leportcd to Wilson, nt once. Tom Black, Ernest Biikhead nntl Lee Simmcrman Fay they arc going to put on some fair, just think of who it is, a fair. Somo one with willing hands pur loined a bathing suit from Coombs, SHERIFF'S HALE. Prices Reduced! The Woman of Discrimination accepts McCall Designs as her t will always HOLDS RECORD please the- cook nnd whole family huy Swan's Down Flour from ACTON 8t3H BROS.. Hartford, Ky. Junk, FIRST 132 MEN PASSED NONE of WANTED All kinds hides, wool, feathers and roots. CLAIMED EXEMPTIONS QUOD. L. D. SANDEFUR, TA MADE UP. CtC Heaver Dam, Ky. Flour Unit The summer months nro fast drawing to a we have a considerable quantity of wash materials on hand that need to be turned into cash, hence close. We find that Potty's Restaurant, conducted by Arthur himself, is serving tho lunches like you used to gc,t there. Ctl Yes, tho drinks aro Ico cold. Mrs. S. F7"lfliey"nnTl son, Jack, returned first of the week from a three weeks' visit to relatives In North Vernon ,Ind and Steubenvllle, Ohio. ted prinProf. Bfuner, newly-eleccipal of Hartford College, together with his family, aro occupying the residence of the late J. P. Stevens and family. Seo us for that good I tan go or Cook Stove that you aro In need of. Can savo you money by buying ACTON BROS, frbra us. Hartford, Ky. 8t2 Mr. J. A. C. Park and daughter, Miss Jessie, of near Beaver Dam, re- Fashion Authority Designs of McC.lt c...i;ut r.tttin. Garments for Morning.Aftcrnoon, Evening, Indoors, Outing, Traveling McCALL PATTERNS for SEPTEMBER NOW ON SALE have decided, the present high prices, to make a sacrifice in the reduction of all summer wash fabrics. This means a saving to you. we not-withsta- nd ap turned Sunday from a few days visit to the family of E. M. Woodward, of Henderson. The Ladles of Goshen M. E. Church, will glvo an Ice Cream Sup- rer on Saturday night, Aug. 25th. Proceeds to go for benefit of the 7t2 Church. Miss Bessie of Beaver Altord, Dam, who had been visiting her uncle, O. W. Likens, and other friends here for several days, returned home this week. Caneyvillc News. ns, who has been in Mr. WlllTs-LyoAkron, Ohio, for some time arrived here yesterday to remain for a few days hitore returning to the Louis-vI'- e Dental College. The many friends of Mrs. Attye Griffin will .be pleased to learn that she has been tendered and accepted a splendid position in a Business College in Manistee, Mich. Lieut. Lev OTC 6Te m a n , of Paradise, was here first of this week. Lieut. Coleman Is with the U. S. A. Engineers Corps, stationed at present at Fort Leavenworth, Kan. of Mayfield, Rev. Roger Clark spent a day or two here this week. Rev. Clark delivered a very interesting sermon at the Baptist church last evening to a representative audience. Mrs. Arthur Petty, who has fully recovered from a recent operation for appendicitis, returned to Henderson Wednesday, to resume her position with the firm of Woodward & Dixon. Little William Bean, accompanied by his mother, Mrs. W. J. Bean, re turned from Owensboro Tuesday, where they had gone for the purpose of having William's tonsils removed. Attorney E. M. Woodward and llttlo daughters, of Henderson, motored thru Sunday for a few days visit to Mr. Woodward's father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Woodward, and othor relatives. Miss Daisy Wedding has accepted a position In tho High Schools of Fairmont, W. Va., where she will teach Spanish and History. Miss Wedding will leavo at an early date for her work, which begins near September 15. Miss Beatrice A. Haynes, who has been with Glenn & Slmmerman for somo time, has resigned that position to accept tho position as bookkeeper for tho local branch, A. C. A. Miss Haynes will resumo her now duties on Sept. 1. Messrs. Henderson Murpbree and W. J. Riley have cut a largo portion of their hurley tobacco crop and are now starting tho second crop upon tho same land. Thoy will cultivate suckers from tho old stump. In other words, they nro making two grow where it was Intended for ono to" grow. Lieutenants, LumS. Iglcheart and Gllmoro Keown aro spending a few days hero with tholr parents. Mention was made In theso columns somo days ago, of theso Ohio county boys being commissioned from tho Officers' training camp, Fort Benjamin Harrison, where- they had been for more than three months. Judgo W. II. Barnes went to Trenton on lefcal business Monday, returning Wednesday. Judgo Barnes by Mrs. Barnes, was accompanied Miss Myrtlo Lashbrook and nlso Mr. C. a. Klmbley, of Equality, for whom Mr. Barnes was transacting business. Tho party, In returning motored from Trenton to Madlsonville. Wit Johnson Dead. Wit Johnson, aged about 27 years, died at tho homo of Energy Mooro, on Route 1, yesterday at 10 o'clock, Mr. n. in., as a result of typhoid. Johnson was a member of Hartford Camp No. 202, W. O. W., and a son of Mr. and Mrs..Davo Johnson, who rcsldo somo 5 miles east, or rather town. Burial will tnko southeast-o- f placo this morning nt tho Milton Taylor burial grounds, after funeral services at tho grave. 1 ' 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 8c .. .lie 17c y 21c :29c These prices hold good until next Saturday. A good time to save money. McCall patterns carried in stock. Buy at home, and remember that it pays to trade with a house that saves you money. Jzkxz&Gb, Hartford Republican., 'cmaln FRIDAY L., H. & No. 113 No. 110 No. 112 AUGUST hero unt11 some timo thls 21 No. Ill ST. L. II. R. TIME TABLE. due at Ellmltch 8:32 p.m. due at Ellmltch 7:30 a.m. Lv. Ellmltch ... 3:40 p. m 5:35 p.m. Ar. Irvlngton C:5G p.m. Lv. Irvlngton 7:40 p.m. Ar. Loulsvlllo 8:35 a. m. Lv. Louisville Ar. Irvlugton ..10:06 a. m. 1:04 p. m. Ar. Ellmltch M., II. & E. It. R. TIME TAULE. South Hound, No. 115 8:45 a. m. Due at Hartford North Bound, No. 114 Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Sallee, of East 5:55 p m. Duo at Hartford St. Louis, 111., are hero on a visit to Trains.) (Both "Mixed the family of Judgo and Mrs. It. R. Wedding. Heu-derso- n. Lt. Irvlngton ...10:40 a.m. ... Rev. Cecil Stevens and Mrs. Stevens, of Louisville, are guests of Rev. Stevens' mother, Mrs. Laura Stevens. Attorney Otto C. Martin made a business trip to Covington and Cincinnati last week, returning Saturday. Dr. A. S. Petty, formerly pastor of thoNHnrtford Baptist church, but now of Whitesvllle, Is here visiting friends. Mrs. J. P. Casebler and sons, Forest and J. C, Jr., are visiting friends and relatives in Owensboro and I Personal News t t Sco and Social Euents, Seo Eck Rial for Kindling Wood. HartfordMlll Co., for Lime, Plaster and Cement. ' Edward Likens Is spending ton days in Frankfort visiting friends. Buy thatKItchen Cabinet from St2 ACTON BUOS., Hartford, Ky. 2, Beaver Mr. J. W. Baker, Route , Dam, was "hero on business last Mon-day. Miss Xoiiatt Rhoads, visited friends and relatives in Owensboro this week. Mrs. Frank" BlaclTand llttlo son, Clifton, visited tho family of Bornard Felix, of Rome, this week. Thoso goodeats tho kind that tickles tho palate at Potty's RestGtl aurant, Potty's old stand. Eggs to Bring youFChlckens'and us where tho best market prlco is ACTON BROS., paid. You can"get a Round Pedestal Dining Table (or a llttlo ploco of money 8ts from ACTON BROS. Rugs7irairsfzcs and quality For at lowest prices, call on ACTON 8t2 BROS., Hartford, Ky. returned Miss Cathleon Tumor Wednesday from a visit to friends and relatives In Owonsboro. Ray Bennett, who has been In Connorsvlllo, Ind.,for several months, returned homo Monday. Ray will ys Mr. II. T. Taylor, who had been visiting relatives in and arqund Birds-ey- e, Intl., for two weeks arrived homo Wednesday. Mrs. J. C. Borland children will return today from Ceralvo, where thoy havo been visiting relatives for several days. Miss Siislo May, who has bad charge of tho City Hospital in Owonsboro, for several months, arrived homo yestorday. W. II. Coombs, editor of tho Her ald, went to Ballard county Wednesday on business. Mr. Coombs will likely return Sunday. Miss Mary Marks, wllMeavo next week for Calhoun, to assume her position as Assistant Principal in the High School of that place. Mr. J. W.Baer, an aged" citizen of this place, Is 111 of pneumonia. Ho TInsley, is bolng nursed by Miss a trained nurso of Simmons. Miss Mary Kato Coombs of Loulsvlllo, Is spending two weeks hero, tho guest of her brother, W. II. Coombs, nnd Mrs. Coombs. Mr. ChasTcrKIng has resigned his In tho omploy of The Republican for somo time, has accepted a position with the Central City Argus. Mr. and Mrs. M. T. LJkens nnd Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Acton spent Sunday with Uio family of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Acton, of Sulphur Springs. Misses Marjorlo and Evalyno Mullen, of Princeton, Intl., will nrrlvo hero today to visit their uncle, Mayor J. C. Her and other relatives. Miss Tyler Cook, of Beaver Dam, n.,,i Mnssra. Brooks Street and Caleb spent last) Ware, of Whitesvllle, the editor of the the Herald, a few days since, and the matter was unThey aie still raising men in La- der discussion when Arthur Petty rue county, Kentucky, where Abra- walked into the Herald office and ham Lincoln was born. Not a single whether suspicion pointed to Arthur man there failed to pass the physi- or not, Petty was able to prove by a cal examination or claimed exemp- portion of his family and sevcinl of tion from the National Army draft his neighbors that he had not taken for any cau?e, and the county's rec- a bath since 1910or '11, and there by relieved himself of grounds for ord is 'perfect up to date. Larue county's quota for the Na- reflections. tional Army was 132 men. Exactly l.'J2 men weie examined and every Wo sec quite a number of confirm one proved satisfactory from both ed old bachelors lurking around the these last few days, what's the physical and patriotic stand- post-offipoint. They wcic all lank, lean and the answer? lively, just like Lincoln, and all willIt looks very much like the cor ing to fight that "Government of the people, by the people and for the rupt practice act might be applied people shall not perish from the to that New York damsel art'l her bunch of lawyers who disconnected earth." It appears from the records in the that old Guy from that $100,000 on office of Distiict Board No. 1, of the breach of promise proceedings reWestern District of Kentucky, in cently, wherein the lawyers took session heie that jevorybody called down $50,000 as their portion of the in Larue county answered without damages. delay and that all made good. It is presumed that a double quota was RUSSIAN CRISIS summoned for examination, as ordered, but tho second batch of ,132 NATION'S MENACE men had their trouble for nothing. 132 men aie needed It seems that if to defend the country, and the Government goes to Lincoln's old home NEWSPAPER SAYS WORLD IN DARK THRU CENSOR OF to get them, it is only necessary tc REAL FACTS. summon jus that number of mon. Married Men Included. The rccoids received by the DisStockholm, Aug. 11. Petrograd trict Boaid show that married men and Moscow papers arriving here conwere included in the list of accepted tain reports of many more or less lcgistrants. They also show that sensational recent occurrences and none of the married men from La- conditions In Russia which were unrue county objected to being includ- known outside of the country so far, ed. because the censor would not perThe Distiict Board is greatly over- mit the correspondents of the foreign worked; the members have twenty- press to telegraph them to their pafour counties to look after, and it pers. The Petrograd Bourse Gazette pubwas only yesterday that they reached Larue. When they reached LaiiK lishes a very' pe'slmlstlc Interview and took a good look at the docu with M. Nekrasoff. the Minister of This clear ments laid before them they ceased Posts and Telegraphs. iworkincr and becan wondciinc. And headed, forceful leader has lost all they wondered till supper time that of his former optimism and frank is. Chairman Stanley E. Sloss and ly confesses that the situation Is des Senrntnrv Peter J. Camnbell Won perate. "Things are going from bad dered, for tho rest of the board had to worse," he says. "We aro In the knocked off work for the day about midst of a terrible crisis and nobody thirty minutes before. Messrs. Sloss Is able to predict hpw it will end and Campbell were so absolutely The next few weeks may decide not completely and totally nonplussed only the fate of the revolution, but that they had no more woik left in also the future of Russia. Sensational Disclosure. them. The DJen makes the sensational This is what they saw in the docu disclosure that while Arthur Hender 'ments before them: One list of 132 names, each one son, a member of the British War the name of a soldier, the serial Council, was In Petrograd a band of broke into his numbers beside each nanv cominr extreme Socialists in exactly the older in which thc.v apartments and demanded his dewere drawn out of the glass globe ir parture after threatening him and ransacking his rooms. At the same Washington. time a committee of Socialistic work-ingmMr. Sloss looked at the document-ana arrested Col. neacock, passed them over to Mr. Campbell; Mr. Campbell looked at them member of the British Military Mis rubbed his eyes, and passed then' sion. In a bitter editorial the DJen atback to Mr. Sloss. Then looked a' tacks the Soldiers' and Working-men'- s .them together and concluded there Council and demands that this was no mistake. body be disbanded by force, if necessary. "The council Is saturated with anarchy, and contains a large STRAY STREAKS. lumber of followers-o- f the infamous (By Fluke McFluke.j of,the cadet parLenlne," ty says. "If Kerensky, Tseretelll and Skobeleff do not act quickly the end of tho revolution may come over Did you ever notice, that if one night. Maxlmallsm must be crushdiops a jitney in chinch, it's alway ed with an Iron hand, no matter how while piaycr is being ofTeied and ii much blood may have to be shed." the sail it hapens to bo a grown-uArmy Discipline Gone. jitney lolls all over the house and The Utro Rossij says: "The dis, rattles like a bell? cipline in the Russian army has not been shaken It Is gone entirely Force Of Habit. by the and can not be Some days ago we had Peail San officers' congress now In dcrfur helping us out in a msh. Pear session In Petrograd. This body dalyou know is farming now, plowing ly adopts new resolutions which con&c, and when he wished Ho statt tinually contradict each other and uecause the piess for woik the boys sav hi aro practically wortniess, begun by hollering gad up, gad iif thoy ,, will not be understood by tho heie,, three or four times befoie lv men at tho front, who are too Igthought of it's being a power press norant to comprehend the conditions nnd to seo the dangers threatening It will take months Then, this week we had Billic tho revolution. Schapmiie, of Schapmiie's Job Office to educate tho slowly moving masshelping us out. Billio you know es of the rank and file of tho arluns his piesscs by tieadic with hi my." "Delegates who havo arrived In good right foot. When William hat" Moscow from the front to demand made up his form and was icady fo work, we turned aiound just in timi reinforcements for the trenches aro to seo Schap pawing around in the In desperation over tho condition of air with his right pedal, treadle hunt tho garrison of the old capital." the meeting, finally hd thought of tho power paper continues." The patriotic then turned to me and lcmaiktyl ings called by them are sllmly attendthat his name better not appear in ed and creato no enthusiasm. Tho not this column of dadgumed stuff thif soldiers remain apathetic and do want to go to tho front. Their drills week, so wo aie not mentioning it. aro perfunctory, because the officers mostly romaln away." Harold Holbiook says ho has fiThe Bourse Gazette describes a nally found tho sort of automobile fight that occurred durll he's been looking for, as tho insui-nnc- o ing ono of the sessions of the coninto is niactically nil!, because gress of soldiers, workingmen and thcio is nothing about tho car to peasants, nnd claims that a number bum, except speed. f radical representatives of tho working classes wero expelled permanent- I am getting tarnation tirod and soro on this dinft business, cvon my Banker called mo yostoiday and told Arthur Petty Is back at his old mo lie would givo mo just two hour stand, serving thoso delicious lunches to como to his place and fix up my Ho Is also putting out tho coldest Oil tli aft. He said for about ?3D I could drinks lu town. I I I en the-orgap, free-for-a- x' Tho Commonwealth of Kentucky, X Ohio Circuit Court: Deputy Master E. E. Blrkhoad, Com'r., Ohio Circuit Court, Pl'ff., vs II. P. Beck and G. A. Hunter. Do- fendants. By vlrturo of a Judgment and levy of Execution No. 911, which was Is sued to mo from the Ohio Circuit Court on tho 20th, day of Feb., 1917, In favor of tho said E. E. BlrUhcad, D. C. O. C. C, against tho aforesaid R. P. Beck, &c, for debt on a sn!o bond $175.00 with C per cent. Interest from December 14, 1915 until paid, and GO cents cost, plus tho cost of this advertisement and sale, I will on Monday Sept., the 3rd, 1917, at about the hour of one o'clock, p. m at tho Court house door, Hartford, Ky., offer at public auction to the highest and best bidder, on a credit of six and twelve months, tho following described land or so much thereof as may be necssary to satisfy Plaintiff's debt, interest and all costs, viz: A certain tract of parcel of land In Ohio County, Ky., on the waters of Pond Run Creek and bounded as follows: Beginning at a stone, S. C. Hunter's N. E. corner in James Wilson's line; thenco with his lino S. 8G E. 57 poles to a stono In the Hartford and Paradise road; thence 5 W. 38 with the same S. 17 poles to a stone poles; S. 50 5 on said road, W. B. Fulkerson's line his corner; thence with and said road N. 8G W. 48 poles to the beginning, containing Reserving 30G acres, more or less. the coal and other mineral, it having heretofore been convoyed. This is tho east portion of a tract of 682 a.deeded to N. G. Hunter by S. C. Hunter &c, April 10th, 1901. Deed of record in Deed Book No. 30, page 294, Ohio County Sourt Clerk's Office. And conveyed to Geo. W. Hunter by N. J. Hunter on May 10th, 1905, by deed of record in Deed Book No. 30, page 334 In said office. There is reserved and excepted from the foregoing boundary and not Included In this levy or salo, tho following described tract or parcel of land viz: A parcel of land in Ohio County, Ky., on the Hartford and Paradise road and known as a portion of' the old Russell homestead and part of the survey deeded by N. J. Hunter to G. W. Hunter, May 10th' 1905, Deed of record in Ohio County Court Clerk's Office in Deed Book No. 30, pago 334. ' Beginning with the "Tingle of the said Hartford and Paradise road at a stone on the W. B. Fulkerson lino; poles to a stone; thence 8G W. 48 THartford and Paradise road; thence poles to a stone In S.C. N. 40 Hunter's line; thenco 8G E. 4G poles to a stone on the Hartford and Paradise road; thenco S. with said road to tho beginning, containing 12 acres, more or less. All coal and mineral rights rer served. The purchaser will be required to execute bond with good and approved security, imedlately after the sale. Given under my hand, as Sheriff of Ohio County, this tho 16th day of August, A. D 1917. S. O. KEOWN, S. O. C. 3-2-- HOUSING THE MOTORCAR. Some Advice on Building and Fitting Up a Practical Garage. "Tho size of the pariigo depends upon tire size of tho car It Is to bo used for," says C. II. Claudy In the Woman's At each rear comer have a threo cornered closet for old clothing, etc. At the, front corners havo several threo cornered shelves set In. "A 'workbench Is an essential feature. This sjiould bo built near a window, so that thero will of light. Mako tho workbench of two Inch boards and havo lt us largo as spaco will permit. Do not havo tho supports, or legs, come down straight to tho floor, as they will be lu tho way, but slant them buck to tbo wall Mako drawers to slldo under tho bench for holding nails, tools, "vie. A tool chest of common and useful tools under tho bench Is n good friend. Havo two electric light extensions; also a band electric bearchllght. "X Hfo saving equipment Is n length of garden hose that will fit over tbo englno. When exhaust plpo of-ytho engluo Is running, with doors and windows shut, lit ono cud of tbo hoio over tbo exhaust plpo and put tbo other end outsldo through n bolo previously niado for tbqt purpose. This mny pro-veyou from bclug asphyxiated, at tho gas from tho exhaust is very poisonous and bus been Uuowii to cause death." our nt Homo Companion. "A convenient slzo for most cars Is 14 by 18 feet. This will usually glvo plenty of room to work around the car. Shelf room Is essential and should be all along ono side, seven feet high and 0110 foot wide. On tho other bldo havo plenty ot nails for hanging things on. At tho rear end, obovo the door, have a shelf; wide enough to bold sparo outer tires. Make your plans to vUlt tho fifteenth ntiuual Kentucky State Fulr, to be held lu Louisville tbo week of Sept 10. This Is "doing your bit" toward stimu lating and encouraging agriculture an stock raising lu ucoonhiiico with.) government's coll. Farm Department Itrlplit Future For Mule Producer. Kentucky wa the pioneer Stnto The American In mule production. Jack was deTeloped largely In Ken 1. .v..!,. i. etnfo in crc.it Jy Interested In breeding mules. Grad- iinlly the Kentucky Jack stock be camo distributed to neighboring states and the uso of heavy mares on n,r rnrn lmlt farms made the pro- Auction of mules an Important Indus try of other states. The mule is so superior to the horso cs farm power that ho Is used In tho South almost exclusively, while the middle and western states arc calling for him in ever Increasing numbers. Eventually ho will be on almost every farm of tho country nnd in the :se for draft purposes in tho cities of x.-- .i 1.1-- IIX'.SSIAX IS WtAFTIM) AND OPENING THE BIBLE hi: cr.iiKintATKs i:vi:xt Connersvlllo, Intl., Ang. 17. Alex ander SchafTner, formerly Alexander Kofi'ovltcli, who camo to Amorlca j from Russia several yearn ngo ,to-- 1 day was one of tho happiest men of draft ago In Puyctto county. (Irantod jhls first cltUonnhlp paper yesterday morning, Sehtiffner wut ushered from the County Clerk's otllce to tho room .where physical examinations for draft . " iv...n .,...1...l uiisi'M" Schaffncr made a special display of his physical prowosn, nari whou told he was physically lit lie emitted n series of yells and embraced tho ex amlnlng doctors. Thou ho shook hands with every man In the room Ilo emnnd those waiting outside. ployed a motorcycle owner to carry hlni In a car to the homes of the vnr- s conscription olllclals. whore he cerennded them, playing "The Star Spangled Banner," and national anthems of other Entente nations, on an Later ho distributed ciaccordion. gars among his friends. Conscription ofllcinls contrasted his spirit with the attitude shown by some other men of draft age. , 33Mnn j :E:rc:rasAon..:a Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law :j lhl and adjoining counties. Commend) mil Criminal Prnctlco a Specialty. IIAJtTKOKD, KY. Will pmctlco Ida profession In HOTEL P0WMTAN When the President Takes the Oath of Office. heavy feed, Improvement follows a marked reduction of the ration. A ' chance of stall may glvo good results NO PLACE FIXED IN ADVANCE. If It alows a cow to obtain a better position and avoid uneven pressure on ' When tho troublo occurs with cow giving a heavy flow of milk and under PSHINGM iOTEL OFAMERICAN I IDfALS tho udder while lying down. Cows The Pas.aoo of Scripture Upon Which city wlitic food tiotcU In .L- r al i.!.j .,?.mhtu nvasca ui. I r bouix), th I'dwluun hudt the with long, heavy udders should be rn wio wniui e Int. driven siowiy ami unuuiti nui ue un It Entirely a Matter of Chaneo Tho )l' l fiiil la th hutti of Itl Ky. en over high sills. iblo After tho Ceromony. countijmin. Drainage: Highway The president before ho enters on llitve Ymi Any Attractive Pictures tho execution of his otllco takes an Design. Homo Knrni? Made On Your oath or ntllrmatlon that he "will faithThe Extentlon Department of tho fully execute the ofllco of president of College of Agriculture, at Lexington, the Pnlted State nnd will, to the best would be glad to hare n few Ken- of my ability, preserve, protect nnd tucky fnrm pictures for various uses, defend the constitution of tho United mainly for lending to agricultural States," nnd this oath is usually seal-- ! Tdc Powltjljn i ufinrtl, cd or continued by tho kissing of the Journals to bo published. anJ cl(u1. Il rxcel-leBible. location en l'fnntylv.-iniTo be of sevice pictures should the north. Avrnui, I8lh an.t It Street!, The kissing of the Bible ns part of show some animal of merit, a barn or makei it a ilemahle lieaili)tiii. 11EAVEU DAM, KT. Draft mules are now In unusual especial ad- tho inaugural ceremony is perhaps folmi lor lriJl coui'Im, tourlit prices ranging from $500 to other structure that has at paitirt. conventions, Sciiooli anl lowing a very nnclent custom. The , vantages, crop scenes of unusual incolleges. Ofllro Jninet TnjIor'H Uvery Barn. $700 per pair. The U. K. Army is in Egyptians were required to kiss the the The Towhatan attract for classes that can be terest, farm operations in progress rolls on which the commands of Joseph people ol cultnie and education. the market exceptionIt rroMmitr to State, war and t from $1C0 to $235 each. The and in some instances an were written. Nav Dcvatlmeiitt, aim to man? serve intrrcit, j'Oihli ol Inttorical Tho cuitom requires that immediateand hilly farms as well as tho ally attractlvo landscape would small m maVe lint liottl especially ata good purpose to 930-lly after the president elect has taken mines call for the SOO-ltractive to a ilitcnminating pubSprain And Strains Itclleveil. Pictures to bo really u3ful must the oath, with hand on tlie Bible, tho lic. mules Sloan's Liniment quickly tabes tho m.J- - .1 The Powhatan offers roomi - nv tho nnrinnV'bo accompanied by full particulars, clerk of the United States supremo 'with detached bath at, $1.10. have very little mean-I- s court shall throw oicn tho took, nnd pain out of strains, sprains, bruises Itooms with pri$2.00 and tip for ra.ile breeders very bright. There as they might to mnl trunrt! A clean, vate bath, $2.50. J3.00 and up. the Incoming chief magistrate shall Im- nnd all muscle soreness. ftllcvuaUJr., ur no lv necMAin PATENTS a market for almost every tpye of ing unless explained, at mi 'Write for booklet with mpi THAT PAY. .leilntmUuui, plant n kiss on ono of Its open paces. clear llqjld easily applied, It quickuna mule, but the better classes nre more tnui,m..tol. lielp yiM to iucctm.for Doubting Thomases have nlways ly penetrates without rubbing. Sloan's iJigUiur scetch CUFrOKD M. LEWIS. rncc rrirt There are invisible in every sire as dprnand and will pay better. in on IUMMIItr, 11 t9 Tears prartiiM Jtina gcr. thought that thero wns no clement of Liniment does not stain the skin or many traits ns there are visible. He passinq ntrcrcNcca. ror rm tiuM J brood mares can be used on the; that clog the pores like mussy plasters or chance In this performance and link on fronutl falrnts vrlta to B03-B0- S farms for work and at the same time transmits both. tho passage of Scripture Is always Sovonth Strnat, For chronic rheumntlc I&l riiilll thlMii-,;wftbriinoTon, u. c. carefully selected In advance, and the ointments. truduce mule colts each year, the Ken book is beM by the clerk of the court nches and pains, neuralgia, gout and createst profit win arise, ai tires Miscellaneous SuimeMlons For a; n remtucky l'armi. in position so that the incoming chief lumbago have this ent prices of feed it will not pay to 1 good brood sows. edy handy. For the pains of grippe Some will kiss tho passage that It Is Intendkeep mares for mule production alone Feeding balanced rations. 2 THE ed ho shnlbklss, but this supposition Is and following strenuous work.lt gives The brod mare to be profitable must entirely wrong. A dairy association. SEWING 3 quick relief. At all druggists, 25 do at least work enough to earn her 2 James D. Malier, clerk of tho su- cents. MACHUNK 4 Clean, attractive farmsteads board and Interost on her cost. The premo court, said that tho opening of OF 5 Two good live stock books. colt will be profit. If kept on the WILL YOU G QUALITY.1) Cull out all Inferior animals. the book is eiitlrely "haphazard" and Very colts can be brought iaim. tho mule TAKE that no man on earth has the slightest 7 Improved barns and fences. Is n wonder." "Dorklns form on the to the intimation In ndvanco regarding tho S Plant shade throes for your passage of Scripture that will be thus "Yes, he's a farsighted chap. What coarser and cheaper feeds. Usually NOT has he done now?" they can be broke at this age and live stock. brought into notice. 9 SOLD A state stallion registration "He's gone and patented n carburUsually tlie Bible that H used In adto earn their keep from this on. made A Treatment ministering the oath Is bought by the eter that will burn air nnd has It all UNDER Jf this be the method of breeding law. ANY 10 Learn how to Judge live stock. clerk of the supremo court nnd paid ready In case the supply of gasoline SQalalHaak rZf for WEAK feeding mules, they can be and OTHER 11 Membership in a state live for out of his pocket nnd Is a small should give out." Everybody's brought to the market age so as to NAME. EEflEaKVsKaV "CmP LUN6S or edition costing 10 to $13. The Magazine. Osford stock association. realize a profit. g assoc- late James II. McKinney, for many 12 Community CONSUMPTION The demand promises to Increase. years clerk of Mio supreme court, once WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. Prepared ne-- x. The production in Kentucky has been iations. said, "You see, consvrss expends raon-e- y 1IOMK you will iryouriirchKMtiioNKW' 13 Better sanitary suroundings "And what does your boy expect falling off due to the scarcity of only by appropriation, and if wc hnven tlfo naact at tlie price you y, nnd will A Quick rrlipf for that (IrrJ. trrllor. , to be come whn he leaves college?" Dot linvcnn cndk-- chain of rrtmlrs. brood mares. Brod mares are not for live stock. were to wait for congress to approcouchs, pains In chest, nlsht sciti. 14 A small flock of sheep on irri- priate the price of the book we mLibt year by year as I believe." or ctwisumrtlon. II it dors-ne- t wiV lunts being replenished "A banker. i " "' JzJ c ttlp yoa It cost you notklnl. they should be. Breeders are not gated lands. "But has he had any training for never get a Bible on time." Quality IT 15 The best agricultural paper in mares to stallions behowMEDICAL CO, mating their OHIO There have boon exceptions, SSi5S"u.6l? it?" Considered ever, wlicn tho Bible camo from oth- "Well, my check books show thnt cause the prices of horses do not re- the United States. 1G A complete set of farm acer sources. Tor Instance, when James he's handled al ot of money since he's it u the turn to them the cost of their produc A. Garfield was Inaugurated March 1. tion. The scarcity of brood mares is count books. been in college " Exchango Cheapest carried in his certain to be reflected in the high i 17 A week at the farmers' short 1SS1, he capitul a well overcoat pocket , to the worn, leather in tlie end to be 'course at the university. price of mules. It would seem IS A few gallons of crude oil to bound volumo which hnd been prenart of wisdom to conserve and the to Luv. bcntcd to him by his mother. The w u . ' mate al high grade mares to Jacks, as kill lice on live stock. book was taken from tlie White House If you wnntnuewltiB machine, write for 19 Sell scrub hires and purchase mules are sure to he in very geat and In n few years found Its way to ' oar latest cataloguo btforu you tiurctuiM!. demand so long as this present war registered ones. tho stall of a bookseller In Snn Trail- The New Home Se.iiz Machine Co., Orange, Mass. live stock mark- Cisco. How It got there has never I 20 lasts, and many years during the reeting associations. been known, nor Is It likely It ever i adjustment. A little special care and atten21 will be. A few years ago It wns of- - j fcred for sale at a very hicu price. Sprinkle air slacked lime around tion given the young animals. , I.I Chester A. Arthur took the oath of 22 Maintain tho fertility of your tho yards. office Just after midnight nt his home 23 A trip to your county and In New York city Sept. 20. 1SS1. The Sell cockrels as fast as they com Bible used was one belonging to the j ' state iairs to siuuy nve siock. to the proper weight. If" HUME " i ownership of good then chief Justice of the stato of New 24 Community York. It Is cherished by the Judge's MECHANICS Cardui, the woman's j:ercKc Care In HnrvetliiR Pota- - stallions, Jacks and bulls. family ni tin helrioora. Ionic, helped Mrs. Will A holiday to visit your most r 23 toes. Ou March 1, lSSo, when Grover ' liam Evcrsole, of Hazel Cleveland was inaugurated president ' Harvest potatoes when the plants successful neighbors. 300 ARTICLES -- 300 ILLUSTRATIONS Patch, Ky. Read what A post card to your agricul20 XfttV Informed of the World's rrocreaa In for the time, be, Ue Garfield, bdgln to show signs of maturity. Lnirincerinir. Mechanlrs nnd Invention. For she writes: "I had a kissed tho Holy Book whlMi was given j father nnd San nnd All the Knmitv. It nnnralal Where the plants are dead, harvest tural experiment station for advice. breaking-dow- n general io aii classes uici nnn ioudk- - Aiennmi women. every day figuring to him by his mother. It was a small 27 One hour at the earliest possible time. ii isiiih ATcntti jiagasm latiioti.andacn of my health. I was in l.oni, thnmiihotit tlm worM. Our I orrliui If the weather is dry and hot, tho out methods to save steps, make the volume, bound in red leather, and wnb I ure rvn.tanltr on tbo wstcu bed for weeks, unable to presented to him many jcars before. (or tUloss be and lulwi.iiou and it Is profipotatoes will bake in the soil and work more efficient and more I had such a get up. Tho book Is now In tho p ssesslon of ' Written So You Can Untlorstnntl It or table. subsequently rot when stored tho Shop Notwa Danartmant (20 l'rtt;f.l contain. Mr. married sister at To- -' weakness and dizziness, rrarucai .let inrnuop prKKcarjv.jr wafilur IUI Growing crops especially suit- ledo, Cleveland's 2S 7 &r planted for a second or fall crop. GUARANTEED SEUViOE la, man tnnullath tin arnaml flip llonin. O. Tho BIblo upon which ho took . . . and the pains were amataur Macltanlca (17 TiH.'ml for lite IVja anl Should the weather be cool and ed to produco feed for your live stock the oath in 1S03. eight years later Ono hundred per cent (lirl.holii.ton.,Li'tlilni(sicll.liow('imkeUlr A friend very severe. ii'm mil may U'.iiik iJimiiiM, I tu, enow your system of farming when he becaiiH president tho second 29 Adapt rainy, tho potatoes in the ground value. Speclnl work for W. a.TT, wtni'll, Itrni 1U II'13IU irilslTIf t IHI, to.i me I had tried everytime, wns one presented y his beaua second growth If tho vines aro to suit soil, climate and stock. make O. W. thing else, why not SINGLE COPICS. ISc tl.SO PER YEAR Ofl lrj ytMir or (Ufetl irm !! 30 Making the boys partners In tiful wife, nnd bhe became Its poswl!if.l. not entirely dead. No doubt small W. P. STEVENS, I did, and Cardui? n on rvquatt saatpi co(iy vm t growths, which frequently look like tho farm by giving them a lamb or sessor. POPULAR MECHANICS MAGAZINE n. T. I). 7. Hartford, Ky. soon saw it was helping O No. MKhlKan Avnu, CHICAQO When Benjamin Harrison was mado "nubbin" potatoes, have been noticed pie. me . . . After 12 bottles, Representing Continental president March 1. ISsQ. tli Bible used I am strong and well." on Irifcli potatoes. In preparing such Marblo & Grnnlto Co. was ouo that his wife had given him potatoes for cooking purposes thero . . . . Tho Inniiislilcintc Mice. ou the day of their mair'age In Oxand ingenu- ford. O., where PreMutt Harrison A moro ix-jtiMrrvcrxxri;-tr;.txois an unnecessary waste. TAKE Store potatoes in a cool, dry. airy ous soul never lived than Aunt Bet- spent his school d.iys. Tlie Harribon K3LLU r. If you have a sy, but she was a poor place if possible. Bible is owned by Mrs. Jiiines 1J. OURS vhu LEJHa9 8 daughter or ex President liar-rlhomeets On ono occasion a neighbor who tho cellar, cave or dugout which "back-door- " call the nhovo requirements, take advant- had run in for a President McKlnley used n Bible that jtsxa1 s? age of it. Tho potatoos may be sprea-- l was horrified to see a mouso run WITH by the a uv.ss.i on the floor to a depth of a few in- across Aunt Betsoy's kitchen floor. had been presented to him negro bishops of tho country. It wns ches. Slatted crates or hlatted shelves "Why on earth don't you set a trap. tho biggest Bible ever seen nt the may bo used. A swinging table in Bothey?" she asked. clerk's ofllce, nnd Clerk McKinney in "Well," replied Aunt Betsey, "I relating the incident said. "The day the cellar would economize space and at tho samo timo get the potatoes did hnvo a Irap set. But land, it before tho inauguration ouo of tho ' Tti.i ciLitfS i.L was such a fuss! Those mice kopt bishops called ut my otllco with tho out of tho way. AWO AIL THROVr AMD UIKGTiiOUIJLcC. may ( getting into it!" Tho Youth's Com Bible. It was a huge nflnlr of tho A cool, dry barn or ham loft Do you feel weak, diztyro known, as family Bibles. It rested answer tho purpose. A little morning panion. S Oil MONUiT KrS'UNUJEI). Is your zy, worn-ou- t? In nn ornate box lined with purplo veland evening subdued sunlight will viMxi&uaiaeaM&aizxtamsmfsrxxca&ii ornamented with gold. The lack of good health caused not cause tho potatoes to rot. Lady Walnut Hill May Pass Worlds vet nnd fastened by luck and key. box was from any of the comL'KK Mmk. Thcro aro several successful ways to rorceed When I realized that It would bo my IFInyon want must knovr 'iHS life iou of storing seed potatoes for tho sec- ' Lexington, Ky., Aug. 18. Three lot to carry that huge Bible from tho P8 plaints so common to ismi in builnesi and !ndo- what .new eggs wero Bcnato chamber clear out to tho front trv In lnvintlim nnd srlrnr. ond or fall crop. Where tho first-cro- p hundred and ninety-eigwomen? Then why not (Jct out of the nt; get on the flrluf Una. BmJ week of of tho capltol my knees grew weak feed is properly matured, and It is laid during tho forty-firgive Cardui a trial? g contest clos- and I could not refrain from asking not the proper planting timo, tho seed tho national surely do for you may bo placed on moist btraw or ing on tho 10th, a decreaso of slxty-bov- tho bishop Jokingly whero the wheelpnocuncDAf(DDErcNOEn.niian,i Ara.ii jt ttii it klurriiwrtMariliMjiirrcrPLorl barrow wns that bhould go with it." what it has done for so a wide, shady tree. 1 rvo a iv r Lua ti ultalll ltcula. t, a 3 UbuVa, eggs from last week. Tho four leavos uudor coprruiiii,ie m AL1- - COUNTRICS, Tho lnvurlable custom is that on tho many thousands cf other leading pens for tho week produced tViemnrtlntcmtlng-anliimiuMt lUrrti Kill ii aiHH'ion iJ.it liml. useful mifiiina. and day following tho inauguration the money worm. UTery uouui runty aiJtfH of Bloody Milk. foUnt. Various Causes twenty eggs onch. A Hhodo Ibland th Lit test women who sulfered it clerk of tho court takes tho BIblo to Pnetlci txciuiirtl. "vsrt fA Article 300 300 Picture Bloody milk Is moro objectlonablo Whlto pullot was tho only ono to nt uriiimotousat should help you back to tho White IIouso and presents It to all for only IS cents. All the nw Ideal and -- ;t'J tsrttt, atar UnlW4 f.UUi rstaat CCca, I as a mattor of appoaranco produce a perfect bcoro of uovon tho first lady of the land ns a keepperhaps, lnentioni lu electricity and wireless. In WASHINGTON. D. C. health. automobiles and acrcplanes, la ihopwork and than as n mouaco to health. Hem- oggs. rffOTTI sake. Exchange. In farulnr, and lu machinery. Ask some lady friend orrhages may occur within tho udder Louisville, Lady Walnut Hill, of I low to rnaVa things at bom, to rsjes ercry .. , ,ii,.iot moult nt n lirulen. caused refrlrerutors, poultry houses, month, lnclmlinir . Concrete. who has taken Cardui. u candidato for world'B record lion no It MIIVVV .m... furniture, automobile shop repairs, etc. The nrk In which Moses was placed hy rapid motion, by n bad position ora for tll0 ycar'B production, laid Ideas. She wl'l tell you how it It Is fullof flffWSWft YfitWJli .. It la wr.ttsn In plain English for man and boy. down, by the flv0 0Rg8t Sho lm8 jaW oS1 oggs .II) 111 tho bulrushes, we nie told In the while tlie cow Is lying helped her. Try Cardui. a Copy $1.50 a Year Exodus., was an nrk 15 Cenli C -- 4im1 nf n I'fxW 111 1111 ILfl Infill II w HtUll. 7.1,, UIUl !, n...l IlUn Alol.ti'.thvnn Jays loft second chapter of .... tat, , IJtllU tUM UlblllJ'lUHU au'd .. .. Get It from a newsdealer or write direct to : tiOOD me iiiuBih or nueuuiu in el.n liai.nMiiM rt fi tint? I. which to uriiiK ner recordi up aio ot bulrushes daubed with slhuo Fourth Are., N.V. I'opular Science Uonttly,t ""'iin with pitch. This is probably tho first cor-.;,i- 5 17171717 TsaittacuBj'rMlirsaMa'ZciUaa blood vomoI or tho escapo of rod ogBSi t0 pafca tno world's rcc- AD confar pisUis sas sstaUaa tils HiHi recorded instance of n rnCCi pusclos through thin vessel walls. ionl crete structure J. CT Heavy faedlng may also produco Secured or Your Money Back " you take tho DrttugUon Tralnloif, tho bloody milk, of conscience first In matters f inlnitin lint l.iiLin., ..... u j Tli remedy Is caroful milking and thoughts nro best: In matters of pruCall on The Ilepubllrnu for l'lne JO,.'!'' ?,Kac'.i'.'e)eor ha mall. Wrlto fiwdn FOR FLETCHER'S ifivrwB tending with laxatlvo foods and diuuuho.Vo 1'BACTiai, iiusiMus annua thoughts aro best. dence last llKht Job Printing. i'aaui-u- , kfr I repeated small doses of mild physic. l. 0.E.TAYL0R.C.E. Beaver Dam, and DR. ..i HART VETERINARY SURGEON 0. E. -- b. b. s i- THADC-MAItn- tJ j i ttl R- - ; ..,i-li)t'nli- j well-know- I'lir-lglm- il. NEW ld OUR HOME i GERMINAL REMEDY cow-testin- FOR ONE MONTH Iirmor-rbacrs- ll3nTfrrl ' ' NMKH Bpg) popu: J I Helps Sick Women aTTaTTtl B AAGAZINB m-s- .t I iiii-ifai.- -- ! hi ... 4f Il kind-heart- x h houso-keop-e- Mc-Ke- e, Get on theFiring'Line ad the COUCH saw uissoveiy The Woman's Tonic ffpyai.s ttic v Yf ht st egg-layin- en Popular Science Mommy V -- I money-makln- .. Druggists Children Cry Q A S .TLO R A F OSITIO'N 4 L5" -- - becauso he looks funny when he is proposing." lip.daMBSpBWMW,8j,iw Wagons! Wagons! Wagons! Boforo you buy you should examine our hand made farm wagons. They run lighter, are made of tho very beat material and last far longer than any machine made wujrou you can buy no matter what X nrice vou nuv. Wo also do all kinds of Blacksmithing and Repairing, especially the hard jobs tho other fellow can't do. Wo also make a specialty of Hoiseshoeing and earnestly solicit your patronage in this line. THE NEW KENTUCKY AX m MASTKIl COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Respectfully yours, A. B. Row 6c Son Centertown, Ky. Thirty-fiv- e years experience in the shop. II KIM? IS A GOOD l'LACI? TO STOP FOR LITTLE MOSEY Louisville Hotel, Louisville, Ky., Main St., bet. 6th Tho Only Hotel In Louisville Oicntl on the American and European l'luns. &7th .' :ft AMERICAN PLAN (With Meals) Rooms without Until hut wltli single, $2.00 75 Rooms single, 2.C0 CO Rooms 50 Front Rooms. single, 3.00 Rooms with Private Hath : single, 3.00 CO Rooms single. 3.50 CO Rooms EUROPEAN PLAN (Without Meals) Rooum without Ruth hut with Hot mid Cold Running Water. per day; 2 people, $2.00 each per day; 2 people, 2.25 each per day; 2 people, 2.C0 each per day; per day; 2 2 people, people, 2.75 each 3.00 each Hot nnd Cold Running Wntcr. single, $1.00 per day; 2 people, $0.75 each 75 Rooms single, 1.25 per day; 2 people, 1.00 each GO Rooms 50 Front Rooms. single, 1.50 per day; 2 people, 1.25 each ItooniH wiUi Private Until: single, 1.50 per day; 2 people, 1.25 each 50 Rooms single, 2.00 per day; 2 people, 1.50 each 50 Rooms THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Cor. Sixth and Main Sts. European Plan Only. Rooms Without Rath, Sl.OO anil up; Rooms WIMi Private Bath, 9 1.60 nnd up Uoot Eating Place In Town. u. rr district and only a 3block's walk to tho retail district and theaters. LOUISVILLE HOTEL AND OLD INN COMPANY, Props. Tho Louisville Hotel and tho Old Inn dro located In tho wholesale Vanderbilt Training School for Boys ELKTON, KY. Will help parents develop their eons kito tho best type of citizens and Christian gentlemen. Its patronage is widely scattered and comes from the best homes in tho South. Its capacity is limited, therefore, reservations should be made early. Place your son in this select gioup of boys. Write s Ikl MSTHENEY & BftTTS For cataloguo and information. Box A. No Combination of Reading Like .'-- i It Ohio Circuit Court. Oscar O. Petty, ct al., Plaintiffs, vs. NOTICE. Thorn will be maray changes In the Mrs. Cordelia Petty, ot al., Defendants. Kentucky Tax Laws, which go Into of Judgment and order effect September 1st, and taxpayers of By vlrturetho aOhio Circuit Court, salo of should bo deeply Interested. rendered at tho Scptembor term, Farmers will be benefited by the 1916, for the purposo of a salo and lower State tax rate on Lands and division of the proceeds aiaong those Improvements from 55 to 40 cents who aro entitled thereto, and for the purposo of paying the cost of this on each $100 valuation and on Live action and tho cost of this sale, t Stock from 65 to 10 cents for State will offer for salo at public auction purposes. Donds, Stocks, Mortgages to tho highest and best bidder at the and Accounts will bo exempt from lo- court house door In Hartford, Ky., on Monday, September 3rd, 1917, at cal taxation; as will also Agricultural about tho hour of one o'clock p. m Implements; and Products grown tho folowlng described property, viz: within tho year are exempt from all Two tracts or parcels of land In Ohio County, Ky., and taxation. Money deposited In Dank Narrows, as follows: will be taxed at only 10 cents on bounded First tract Beginning at a stone the $100, Instead of 65 as heretofore. In tho North line of tho right of way This will result In a largo saving to of the I. C. R. R. near the depot; taxpayers, who have been listing their thence running with said right of way S. fc7V6 E. 14S feet to a stone; thence property at a fair valuation. N. 38 E. 14 S feet to a stone; thence Merchants will havo only State 57 W. 14S feet to a stone; thence taxes to pay on their Notes and Ac- S. 148 feet to the beginning, containcounts nt the rate of 40 cents on ing z acre, more or less, nnd same each $100 and 10 cents on Bank De- land conveyed to B. P. Petty by the of Ed Davison on April 2, posits. Other property, such as Real heirswhich deed Is of record In 1912, deed and Estato, Merchandise, etc, Is subject book 43, page 432, Ohio County to State tax rate of only 40 Instead Clerk's ofllce. Second tract Beginning at a stone of 55 cents. I. North boundary Manufacturers are exempted from In the R.; thence with line of the N. said lino C. It. on their Machinery, Raw 5G', W. 4S feet; thence N". 33 E. local taxes Material and Product, Notes and Ac- 102 feet; thence S. 52 E. 50 & feet counts and will he taxed for Stato to a stone; thence S. 3S W. 100 feet purposes only on such property at 40 to the beginning, containing 5279 feet, and being same land concents on tho $100 and 10 cents on suare to B. P. Petty by Fltzhugh Ren-froveyed Hank Deposits. On all other propand wife on May 22, 1899, erty the Stato tax Is only 40 cents which deed Is of record In deed book ' on each $100 and the local taxes as 21, folio No. 592. Each of said tracts to bo sold subfixed in the localities whero their ject to the widow's homestead. business Is conducted. The purchaser will be required to Bonds, Stocks, Mortgages, Notes execute bond with approved security and Accounts are taxable for State Immediately after sale, and a lien purposes only at 40 cents on the will be retained as further security. This August 13th, 1917. $100 and exempt from local taxation. OTTO C. MARTIN, tax on Real Estate, The Stato Master Commissioner. Ernest Wodward and M. L. Heav- Household Goods, .Merchandise, Vehi7t3 cles and other property owned by rln Attorneys. t Individuals has been reduced from Notice To Creditors. 55 to 40 cents; a reduction of 37 Vi Ohio Circuit Court. per cent. J. L. Smith, Admr., of Mrs. Ann Plaintiffs, Hutchinson, et al., Additional Revenue to Justify the vs. reduction and Increase the State revMrs. It. C, Moore, et al., Defendants. enue is to come from Bonds, Stocks, All persons, firms and corporations Notes and Accounts; Mineral and having claims against the estato of Timber Rights and Royalties and by Mrs. Ann Hutchinson are hereby notitheir equalization of notoriously under- fied to present proven,claims against to mo at my same, properly assessments, and as each class office In Hartford, Ky., on or befqre valued of property, no matter by whom September 3rd, 1917. ownod, will bo assosaed anJ taxed Done by order of court at its July nniformly, the advantage to taxpayers term, 1917, referring said case o This generally and the State at'lasge will me as Master Commissioner. August 13, 1917. be very great. OTTO C. MARTIN, Tho State needs more revenue to Master Crnmlssflnoer Ohio Circuit 7t3 meet the present deficit, and the Idea Court. is to get more propertyto tax rather Notice To Creditors. than to Impose more taxes on propOhio Circuit Court. erty now paying more than Its share, Mary E. Greer, et al., Plaintiffs. and under the new and more equitable vs. laws this can be accomplished. B. F. Greer, et al., Defendants. All persons, firms and corporations Tho State Tax, Commission is gothe ing about tho work in the right way having claims againstMary estate of E. Greer, Samuel W. Greer, or to subject every kind of property to are hereby notified to present their its fair share of taxation and correct claims against same, property proven, tho evils heretofore existing whereby to me at my ofllce In Hartford, Ky., many property owners paid more than on or before September rd, 1917. court a Its July Done by their Just due and others escaped term, 1917, order of said case to me referring entirely. Tho Commission Is endowed as Master Commissioner. This Aug. with power to enforce the laws and 13 ' 1917. OTTO C. MARTIN, bring tho delinquents to a.senso of Master Commissioner Ohio Circuit their responsibility and obligation to 7to the State, and every Taxpayer, As- Court. -- sessor and Supervisor stiould aid in MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. securing for the Stato tho successful Onto Circuit Court. operation of the new 'laws, which are T. Q. Shields, PlalaUlff. fair and Just to all. vs. Notice. Where accurate returns are made Oda Haycraft, et al., Defendants. as of September 1st, the property Pursuant to a Judgment and order owners will be immune from past ot sale of tho Ohio Circuit Court 1917, for omissions and delinquents may be rendered at Its July term, juugrnenv tho purposo of paying tno proceeded against for ten years back, In favor of tho plaintiff against tho so there Is every Inducement to com- .lnrnmlnnta In the sum of $152.22, ply with such Just and equable laws, with interest theron at tho rate of from beptomoer and as the principles Involved are G per cent per annum niul for the 1)11 r- or. 1(11.1 until nndl worked out 'thoro will be further re- nnn nf rinvlnf? tllB COet Of tllO ttbOVO ductions 'in Mie tax rates, and in time styled action, together with tho cost tho entire exemption of land for State of this sale, I win oner tor aiu m purposes, as In other States where public auction to tho highest nnd best l,l,l,lnt- - nt tlin rnnrt house door 111 the samo laws are in practice. Hartford. Ky., on Monday. Septembor 3rd, 1917, at about tno nour oi ouu o'clock p. in., upon a credit of 12 months, the following described proporty, Ono tract ot lantt tyuiK o mil"". For Infants and Children Camp Creek, In Ohio County. Ky., In Use For Over Years near Cromwell anu uescnueu ua s: w LAWS-- -- 1 '"'XXCXKI full of life and action, filled with the lire oi tine inspiration and followed short stories of adventure, .win mage b250 eYOUTIfS COMPANION Better Than Ever in 1915 6 Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' Page Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and"a ton of fun," Articles of Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone intnehome. 1 here is no age limit to enthusiasm for The Three Current Issues Free Youth's Companion. If jou do not know THE COMPANION let u tend you Three Current luue FREE. 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Sold Everywhere MMMtMMM pniirr linnsn ilnnr In Hartford. Kv.. i on Monday, September 3, 1917, at 3) about tne nour oi one o ciock p. in., months, on a credit of six and twelve lor style, tho folowlng described real eitute, V Celebrated nearly perfect fit, simplicity reliability it the Sokl in and lying and being In Ohio County, Ky., m ' crery city and town Inyean.United Statenearly t: W Canada, or by mail direct. More sold thaa a3 follows, Tvo tracts of land bounded as' f any other make. Send far lice .catalogue. MCCALIS MAGAZINE follows: More subscribers than any other fashioa at a stone. No. 1 Beginning est styles, pajtirns, dressraaWn?, mirhnery. Wright's S. W. corner on the old piam sewmjr, fancy nccaicwofKfnairorMsinf, Harbour lino, now J. W. Stevens line; etiquette, pood storic, etc. Oalr 50 centr tlirnr wlth'tho samo S. 10. 73 noles year (worm double), including a hec pattern. Subscribe today, or send for sample copy. and 15 links to a stone; thenco with ONDEBFOI. 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Cumthenco eastward to mins line; thonco with his lino WHJBBSWaMilBSI III southawrd to tho beginning. Boundary No. 2 Beginning nt tho old Troutman lino; thenco with said lino to tho first tract conveyed heroin; thenco with samo to tho beginning, containing 115 acres, more or lebs, and which land was conveyed to him by tho Mnstor Commlsslonor of tho Ohio Clroult Court. John V. Barrett, on Juno 14, 1890. I I t ig KS? jh ftBjf IbU J i Tho purchasor will bo required to FOR PERSQNAC HYCiQW executo bond Immediately after sale, Dissolved In vatcr for crouch and n Hen retained on tho laud as pelvic catarrh, ulceration I additional security. motion. "Recommend? J ,bJ Given under my hand this tho 13th, Pinkhrtm Meii. Co. It&XtJ ... A l..,i:L !.. r jsla day of Angust. 1917. uctiMiitf nuuucr i iw mm OTTO C. MARTIN, soro throat and sore eye, Master Commissioner. nj oein nil citrsofiftiury cteuftnadrusswU, aact.tj I re, 3i. u Heavrlu & Kirk, Ernest Wood- IVau. 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Oil tllO South and East by tho lands of T. Q. Very Tunic Now. "How is your husband gottlng on Shields. Being the samo land coavcyed to with hl.i golf?" tho defendant, Oda Haycraft by tho "Very woll, Indet-d- . The children plaintiff, T. Q. Shields, and conveyed aro allowed to watch him now." by Haycraft and wlfo to Ida Stratton. Tho purchaser will bo required to execute bond with approved security Present Gain. and a Hen Aunt Ellen Meggle, dear, will Immediately after sale, security. will bo retlned as further you have a chocolate sundao? This August 13th, 1917. Canny Mngglo No, please, AuntlP, OTTO C. MARTIN, Master Commissioner. I'll havo It now. 7t3 J. M. Porter. Attorney. mm Afek Anyone Who Una UmhI It. COMMISSIONER'S HALL. Thoro nro famlllos who always aim MASTKK to keep a bottlo of Chamberlain's ColOhio Circuit Court, ic Diarrhoea Remedy In tho lioueo tor j. E. Armstrong, ot al., Plaintiff. vs. Notice of Salo. uso in caso It Is needed, and find that Dofendant. It is not only a good Investment but H. L. Gossott, ot al., of n Judgment and order saves thorn no end of Buffering. As of By vlrturo snlo renderod nt tho March term, to Its reliability, ask anyone who has 1917. of tho Ohio Circuit Court, in m tho above action for tho purposo of used It. paying tho Judgmont therln ami di. viding tho proceeds nmong tho heirs "Havo women any boiiso of humof U. W. Gossett, deceased, togotlier or?" ahovo sty.oa try not to havo." with 'tho costs of tho tkls sale. I "Wo ought to action nnd tho cost of replied Miss Cayenne. "It Is some- will offer for sale at nubllo auctlo.i times a mistake to laugh at a niaa to lue hlshost and btst bidder, at tho of Mrs. S. P. Rannoy; on tho west by tho lands of Mrs. L. It. Shields and Hounded on tho north by the lands Bitters Seciric fjEvory Woman Wtfetsl ld J4 HWWTrHlit sssgn? asT-f-- sa A 1640 Wm. Virgil Stevens, Fordsville, Ky.. R. 1. 179S C. I. Tlnsley, Hartford, Ky., R. 5. A RAPID ADVANCE. " V! FIFTEENTH-ANNUAL t t 4 4 t t t SECOND CALL (Continued 1175 G22 CSS Beaver Walter C. Forbes, Dam, Ky. Wm. Rosine Edge, Whitesvllle, Ky. KENTUCKY STATE FAIR Louisville, September Supreme In 51 1070 73S 11C7 1035 Ernest Kirk, Reynolds Station, Ky. Ky. C. Malin, Beaver Dam, 1234 Vlrell 1G34 Ellis J. Smith, Select, Ky. Ky. 958 Ulus Frank James, Centertown, 17S1 Robert Thomas, Cromwcll.Ky. Ky. 1300 Robert Ebc Price, Llvermore, 323 Cullen W. Concrly, McHenry, Ky. , Ky. S4S Francis Marlon Hoagland.Hart-fordEarl Parks, Beaver 1343 James Ky. Dam, Ky. Miller, Hart"'HIS Joseph Marion 1439 Therman L. Ragland, Beaver ford, Ky. Dam, Ky. Centcrtown, 121 Orlando Bottom, 1S04 John Harrison Vaught, Wysox, Ky. Ky. 221 Olllo Earl Baker, Echols, Ky. McIIenry, S57 Clyde Wlndal Hawkins, Hart1537 Barclay Shoulders, ford, Ky., R. 0. Ky. 1474 Jno. Elbert Bonder, Rockport, 1444 Cleveland Sanderfer, Prentiss, Ky. Ky. 1401 James Pirtlc, Hartford, Ky. w'uiv-'"-" '. C 1303 Leo Bell Overhulls, Equality, Ordered for Examination Aug. -8. Ky. 1414 Altha Ralph, Whitesvllle, Ky. 903 Ellis Johnson, Barretts Fer1C1G Dan. B. Stevens, Olaton, Ky. ry, Ky. 292 Charles Noble Balrd, Hartford. 43S Willis G. Cobb, Fordsville, Ky. Ky.. It. 5. Fordsville, Ky., S7S Otis Helton, 822 Gilbert Hayes, McIIenry, Ky. Horse R. 1. Allen Dehart, 504 Elvis Fords441 Samuel Fount Crow, Branch, Ky. Those Accepted. ville, Ky. 10C4 Ivan Austin, Beaver Dam, Ky. SS0 Ray Hunter, Echols, Ky. FoKowing is a list of those who 1203 Paul Porter Murphy, Narrows, Thomas, Rock- have hcen finally passed upon, ac1770 W. Franklin Ky. port, Ky. cepted and havo or will be certified 1510 Mert D. Itichardson, Hartford, 357 Lawrence Coy, Baizetown, Ky. to the proper authorities. Ky., It. 5. 23 Wm. Mack Allen, Renfrow, Ky. Claude Duke, Hartford. Ky., R. G. 1001 Everett Langford, Select, Ky. 1173 Dillard Minton, Olaton, Ky. Layton Ross, Centertown, Ky. 470 Ray Crabtree, Hartford, Ky. 331 John Chancellor, Ceralvo, Ky. William McHenry, Hartford, Ky. 312 Alexander Bozarth, 223Adams 1SS1 Lester II. Wright, Llvia, Ky., Clias. C. Watts, McHenry, Ky. St., Steubenville, Ohio. R. 2. 1507 Claude Roby, Fordsville, Ky. Walter A. Williams, Rosine, Ky. Leach, Beaver Ira W. Hazellp, Rosine, Ky. 1729 Dan 'Taylor, Beaver Dam, Ky. 110S Cecil Wayne Dam, Ky. 162G Byron: Hcnson Smith, Beaver Miller Earl Felix, Olaton, Ky. 1910 Noah Ward, Narrows, Ky. Dam, Ky., R. 4. Ben P. McConnell, Simmons, Ky. 492 Freely Dockery, Neafus, Ky. 12S4 Otis Levy McConnell, Simmons, Rlgdon Torrence, White Run, Ky. 1201 Henry Minton, Hartford, Ky. Elmer P. Hunter, McHenry, Ky. Ky. 90 Earl W. Beasley, Simmons.Ky. 197S Wavey C. Young, Hartford. Thomas F. Smith, McIIenry, Ky. Ky.. R. 191 Archie Dempsey Birch, Horse Roscoo Emhry, Beaver Dam, Ky. 505 Robert A. Davis, Hartford.Ky. William Cortis King, Dundee, Ky. Branch, Ky. Hoover, Beaver Sydney B. Johnson, Paradise, Ky. S00 H. Dennis 477 Granon Daugherty, McIIenry, Dam, Ky. Ky. Hartln Burgess Matthews,' McHenry, 1747 Ruoy Franklin Taylor, Fords-- ! 11S7 Louis Murray, Hartford, Ky. Ky. ville, Ky. R. 2 Hartford, Ky., 1179 Steve Monroe, Rosine, Ky. Rolllo Westerfleld, Narrows, 753 Elmer M. Hopper, McHenry, 1447 Herbert Robertson, R. 7 ' Ky. Ky. Romio Baize, Baizetown, Ky. Ky. 130 Willie Albert Brown, Prentis. 1049 Erton King, Hartford, Herbert B. Roach, Beaver Dam, Ky. Ky. 1442 Tuell Rogers, Beaver Dam, Ky. Tallie F. Heilln, Simmons, Ky. S3S Jno. D. Ham, Rockport, Ky. 715 Sherman W. Gray, Hartford, Willie Clebon Heflln, Rockport, Ky. Ky., R. 5. 199G Rudolph Collins, Echols, Ky. Shelby M.Southard, Beaver Dam, Ky. 1CS Barney Baugh, Beaver Dam, 9G1 Tice D. James, Centertown, Ky. Henry Chambers, Whitesvllle, Ky. 439 Harry Otis Duff, Narrows, Ky. ' Govey Austin Hlncs, Rockport, Ky. Ky. Chapman, James Oscar Duvall, Rockport, Ky. Tolbert 349 Luther 1023 Benjamin Anthony Coon, RockTlojvpr num. IvV. port, Ky. Cecil Rhodes, Hartford, Ky., R. 5. ipnr. n.n.lln CoHnn TTnrnn TvV 1932 James Willis, Reynolds, Ky. lUiJU Ultimo uuuuii, Marion Coleman Shreves, Falls of ".""! . Hartford,! 4G2 Preston Daugherty, 1774 James P. Tichenor, Centertown, Rough, Ky.. R. 2. Ky. R. 2. ' Ky. Pirtlc Arnold, Horso Branch, Ky. Contertown, 424 James V. Coleman, Paradise, 1407 George Henry Roach, Whites- Albert Bernice Rowe, vllle, Ky., R. 2. Ky. Ky. Nacy Dellart, Horse Branch, James Robert Hamilton, Hartford, S40 David Leslie Hurt, Olaton, Ky. Ky. Horse Park, 1347 Albert Carl Ky., R. C. Branch, Ky. 102 Early Patton Baize, McHenry, Collis Luther Shultz, Narrows, Ky. 1511 Ernest Carl Renfrow, Hartford, Ky. Jesse Harris, Sunnydale, Ky. Ky., R. 3. Fordsville, Huber Johnson Cooper, Fordsville, 2025 Harry Robertson, 11SS Louis Massey, Hartford, Ky. Ky. Ky. 057 Benjamin H. Ferguson, Select, 1915 John Whobrey, Narrows, Ky., Arthur B. Shiolds, Cromwell, Ky. Ky. Oder D. Griffith. Whitesvllle, Ky. R. 2. 1995 Samuel A. Collins, Echols, Ky. 1411 Thurman Ralph, Narrows, Ky., Manchester Grlfiin. Hartford, Ky. 175. Muscar S. Bratcher, Horse . R. 2. Cecil Draper, Herrin, 111., R. 1. Branch, Ky. Ernest Everett Price, Llvermore, Ky. 300 James Glenn Barnes, Hartford, Henry Fox Casey, Beaver Dam, Ky. Ordered for Examination Auk- - BO. Preston Watson, Llvermore, Ky. Ky. Ferry, 27S Henry Guy Barnard, South Car- - 1979 Wm. Leonard Young, Olaton, Douglas Heavrln, Barretts rolltou, Ky. Ky. Ky., R. 1. 1C22 Jno. W. Smith, Hartford, Ky., 875 Jno. Lonie Helton, Fordsville, Sam Cook, Baizetown, Ky. R. ff. Carl Brown Barnes, Prentiss, Ky. Ky.. R. 1. j 1240 Arvil Mitchell, Fordsville, Ky. 1780 Bennio Thurman, Fordsville, Nelson Blanchard, Simmons, Ky. 524 Elijah Walker Daniel, Olaton, Willie Credo Tucker, Fordsville, Ky. Ky. Ky. 714 Wm. Mervol Grant, Olaton.Ky. Leslie Gilbert Shultz, Neafus, Ky. 911 William Elijah Hedden, Asklns, 1528 Clem B. Shroader, McHenry, Waltor D. Maddox, Rockport, Ky. Ky. Dan D. Smith, Hartford, R. G. Ky. 1172 Archie Mitchell, Olaton, Ky. 8G Jesso II. Bishop, Hartford, Ky., Hubert Stevens, Beaver Dam, Ky. Daugherty, 432 Lonule Eidson Leonard Freeman Anderson, RockR. 4. Baizetown, Ky. port, Ky. Eugene Coleman, Beaver Dam, 1997 , 1517 L. T. Riley, Hartford, Ky. Bjjck Alslp, McIIenry, Ky. Ky. 1S51 Ernest W. Webb, Monk Saham, 1028 Willie Klper. Baizetown, Ky. Mack Hall, McIIenry, Ky. Suffolk, Eng. 1291 Guy Everett McDaniel, Crom1924 Carlisle Williams, Echols. Ky. well, Ky. publication 1139 Wm. Guy Muffctt, Narrows.Ky. 871 Homer Leo Huff, Narrows, Ky., (Received too lato for last week.) 1214 Sidney A. Moseloy, Beaver R. 2. Dam, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Taylor enter1341 Wavll David Park, Beaver 330 Rout. Elijah Chlnn, Prentiss, tained a few of their frlonds TuesDam, Ky. Ky. 155G Jno. Harlen Stevens, Prentiss, day ovenlng In honor of Miss Besslo 1952 Gilbert Wcsterfiold, Hartford, Jarnagln, of Roanoko, La. Those Ky. Ky. R. 7. 1043 Jno. Harrison Keown, Crom- lnvitod were: Besslo Jarnagin, Ag212 Hanson Brans, Echols, Ky. nes Williams, Annlo Williams, Clar-rl- o well, Ky. Fordsville, Ky.,R. 2. Williams, Bell Taylor and Mattyo 1357 Leo Patton, Hiitford, Ky. 1.G0G Carl Sapp, 49 Robt. Leo Ambrose, Hartford, 1934 Jno. Waltrlp. Fordsville, Ky. McShorry; Messrs. Llbburn Taylor, Ky., R. C. Claudo Taylor, Mlram Taylor, Otha 71 Ellis Allen, Hartford, Ky. S Albert M. Ashby, Centertown, 1520 Sidney Carllslo Render, Hart- Taylor, Edward Taylor, Toinmlo L. Ky. Taylor, Charllo Williams, Sep Wilford, Ky. 1707 Walter Dudley Tichenor, Mc- 1972 Goorgo Whohrey, Hartford.Ky. liams, Jr., Asbury Hocker, Guy PeyIIenry, Ky. ton and Rev. Frank; Mr. and Mrs. 1G90 Elvis Spinks, Hartford, Ky. Mr .and Mrs. Horaco 2039 Lonnio D. Vlck, Beavr Dam, 1150 Henry Ancol Mollyhorn, White Leo Taylor. Ky. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Ols WilHanis, Run, Ky. 1100 Hurry C. Monroe, Rosino, Ky. 1393 Homer Augustus Pean, Hart- Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Williams, Mr. and Rockport, 1192 Don Gill Maddox, ford, Ky. Mrs. Embry. Good music and reKy. 1593 Charles Wm. Sanderfor, Horso, freshments ndded much to tho Ky. 1GC0 Jno. Smith, Logansport, Branch, Ky. of tho guests. 1850 Leonard Ward, McHenry. Ky. Oidcied for Examination Auk. " 2013 Ennis Lawrence, Hartford, Ky., Asking Too Much. 305 Jesse Bartlett, Hartford, Ky. R. 5. Brld-go- t, Mistress In your last place, Cromwell, 1143 Carl Mooro Murray, Beaver 555 David Daugherty, did you pay for tho dishes you Dam, Ky. Ky. broko? 557 Muck Daniel, Hartford, Ky., 978 Tom Jones, Echols, Ky. Av Bridget Pay for them? Hartford, R, 5. 12G0 James P. Minton, courso not. D'yo think I'd bo nftor 105'2 Joo Cleveland Stone, Moar- Ky. workln' for nothing"? Boston Dempsey, muu, Ky. C0C Rudy Ernest Ky. 1433 Thoo. Uoubhllt, Ccutortown.Ky. '- 7S1 Lotts E. Hobdy, Simmons, Ky. 1415 Arthur Rhoades, Hartford, Ky., Ky. R. 0. W. Moore, Beaver Dam, 1101 Owen 1097 froiu page one.) Horse Miller, Arthur Branch, Ky. Birch Leach, Itoslne, Ky. Jasper L. Greer, Fordsville, Ky. Eddie M. Morris, nenfrow, Ky. James "Elvis Leo, Sunnydale, Leo Herman Robinson, Narrows, Ky., R. 1. 1257 Otis Herbert Mldklff, Hartford, Ky., R. 1. 1077 Arvin W. Leisure, Horton, Ky. 190r Alva Vernon Wade, Hartford, 1404 Ky.', R. 1. 10-1- 5, 1917 bJ&TSXZ Horse Show History Champ.on.h.p Premium, TcB Bie CREATCST J 0,000-00- " "$50,000.00" -H- il of Forly OFFERED acu IPPODROME-Iland AGGREGATION OF INDOOR ATTRACTIONS EVER PARADE UKAUTIFUL RABY-SItOMIDWAY OF MIRTH, MUSIC AND MOVING MASSES naw Reduced Railroad CaUlotat raa. Kates. Addrcat FOUNT T. KREMER. 101 Rtpakllc Balldlac, LaalHI. flrtrr, s, .& & Gnrr Williams v vs. In vCsSs Indianapolis News. REPUBLICAN COUNTY COMMITTEE MEETS ENTHUSIASM MANIFEST-j;i- ) SPLENDID ORGANIZATION perfected. MUCH j I , ' Tho Ohio County Republican Exmet hero last ecutive Committee Saturday for tho purposo of selecting a Campaign Committee to take charge of affairs in tho campaign now on for tho election of county officials. The meeting drew quite a large number from various sections, several of the lato defeated candidates being present, as well as of tho successful ones. Tho meeting was called to order by Chairman E. G. Barrnss and after a statement as to objects of tho meeting the body got down to work. Among other things done, upon motion and unanimous vote, the chair appointed a committee of three to rt confer with the candidates and as to their wishes in the matter of selecting a campaign committee. Tho chair appointed T. B. Frymire, J. E. Miller and M. L. Heavrln to represent tho committee After a confcrcnco of somo length with all of the candidates tho prac-tlcally- jall ro-pocom-mitt- I reported that the candidates had unanimously agreed upon tho to havo full following committeo charge of tho campaign: E. G. Bar-ras- s, Chairman: C. O. Hunter, Secretary; Jno. C. Mason, J. II. Thomas, R. B. Martin, G. A. Ralph, Geo. M. Johnson, T .W. Wallace and Frank Black. ! ' I There is no doubt that the above committeo is one of tho host, If not tho very best every placed in charge of an Ohio county campaign and with proper assltanco from each and all of tho candidates, a perfect organization is assured,, which means an old time majority for tho boys ou November tho Gth. a A Lincoln Story. apOn a certain trial Lincoln peared against his friend, Judgo Logan. It was a suit betweon two farmers who had had a disagreement over a horso trade. On tho day of tho trial, Mr. Logan, having bought a new shirt open in tho back with a hugo standing collar, dressed himself In extremo hasto and put on tho shirt with tho bosom at tho back, a linen Ho coat concealing tho blunder. dazed tho Jury with his "horso" knowledge; and as tho day was sultry, ho took off his coat and "summed up" in his shirt sleeves. Lincoln, sitting bohlnd him, took In tho situation,-and when his turn came, ho NARROWS. (JOHN T. MOORE Aug. 22. Tho Ohio County Bap- i tist Association met hero Wednesday NAMED CASHIER and Thursday of last week with nhout seventy delegates nnd several hunRain dred visitors In nttendance. FORMER HARTFORD MAN TO 1111 Interferred with the nttendnnco of CASHIER OF FEDERAL RANK. visitors on tho second day. Much Interest was manifested in tho Association work and It was said to have been one of the best associations evMr. John T. Moore has been electer held In the county. ed as cashier of tho Louisville branch Tho corn nnd tobacco crops hero of tho Federal Reservo Rank of St. aro in lino condition, nnd tho corn Louis. Mr. Moore is widely know: yield will double that of any recent hnvlng spent hi In this section, yuir. wholo life here from whence he reMr. Oscar Shultz Is building a move to Ellzabethtown, some thrco three thousnnd dollar resldeuco ou years ago, to accopt the position of his farm near here. Secretary-Treasurfor Bond Bros., Mr. Iiwrcnco Daniel will begin tho largest dealers In timber, per- soon the erection of a nice residence hnns in this part of tho country on his farm south of tho river. years Mr. Mooro For twonty-thre- o Mr. nnd Mrs. Jns. L. Brashcar was connected with tho Hank of Hartspent laBt week witli Mrs. Brashenr's finally resigning ns Its cashlor parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. II. Thomns. ford, on account of being rather run down Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Bean aro visithcnlth, due to long years of closo ing Mrs. Bean's parents in Butler In Mr. Mooro Is n man of confinement. county. exceptional abilities and wo Join his After a visit of several weeks with many friends, not only in extending friends here, Miss Dimple Knyken-do- ll congratulations to Mr. Moore, but to rotumed. to her home In Owens thoso who secured his sorvlccs ns boro Sunday. Ronfrow will well. Miss Mnrguorlto leave early In September for Hazard Itoynl Arch Masons Meet. whero she will enter school under Keystone Chapter No. 110, R. A. the tutelage of her aunt. Miss Etllc M., at a regular convocation hold Duke, and Miss Arllo Thomas will horo Inst Saturday, conferred nil tho go to Louisville whero sho will at- degroes of capltulnr Masonry upon a tend St. Mary Mngdnllnc's parochial class of seven. Tho local Chapter school. was favored by the presence of Past Mr. Emmet Willis, bf Chicago, Grand High Prle. Col. David W. spent Saturday night and Sunday Gray, Deputy G. II. P., Isaac T. Woodwith Ills parents hero. son and Richard Deitzman, of Louisa ville, nnd District Deputy G. II. P.. TAFFY. Jesso II. Whltworth, of HardinBburg. Aug. 20. Tho singing nt Union Tho Chapter will confer the degree Grove is progressing nicely under tho of M. M. nt Jt8 next convocation. Tho Instructions of Melvln Bnrtiette. They meeting belli Saturday was a splenhavo ordered new books which will did one, tho work dono was perhaps bo hero In n few days. the best over put on here. An eleQuite a number met at Clear Run gant dinner wns served tho chapter church Saturday and cleared off the nnd candidates, by Mrs. .Foster, at 7 church grounds, graveyard and did p. ni. somo cleaning on tho church. Schools aro progressing nicely at The Thirty Thousand Ciiuipalgn Mt. Morrlah and Clear Run under tho Tho campaign for $30,000 for instructions of Mrs. James Hamilton school equipment for Kentucky's 30,-0nnd Mrs. Ira D. Funk, respectively. illiterate soldiers Is still in proLittlo Miss Bculah Gaines, who gress In a few counties, nnd tho rehas recently lost her mother, came sults cannot be determined until ull to havo finished nnd reported. hero Thursday from Arkansas Tho iirako her homo with her sister, Mrs. Ninth Congressional District, of Clydo Funk. Sho wns accompanied which J. W. M. Stewart, of Ashland, by hor brother, Charllo Galnos. is Commander, Is In tho lead having Several from hero attended tho turned In $1,050 ou Its apportionBaptist Association at Narrows. ment. Mason, Boyd, Carroll nnd Mr. C. T. Funk was tho guest of Marlon aro counties that havo overhis mother Saturday night. Tho largest single consubscribed. Mrs. Mona Sharp and children, of tribution, $100.00, wns from Mr. Plensant Ridge, are tho guests of. T.heodoro Ahrong. n Cleveland, Ohio, Clarence Patton. man, who has a branch business In Mr. Ira D. Funk and wlfo spent Kentucky, Ahrous & Ott, of LouisSunday with hor parents at Ada-bur- ville. RE-SERer 00 g. f X a BALD KNOB. said: "Gontlemen, Mr. Logan has been trying to make you bellovo ho knows more about a horso than thoso honest old farmers who aro witnesses. Now, gontlomeii, I submit to you" (hero ho lifted Logan out of hta chair nnd turnod lilm with his back to tho jury and tho crowd, at tho samo tlmo Happing up tho enormous standing collar), "what dependence can you place on his horso knowlcdgo when ho has not sense enough to put on his shirt?" Roars of laughter followed, and tho Jury promptly gave tho verdict to Lincoln. Youth's, Companion. Aug. 22. Miss Gladys Likens, of Beaver Dam, has been visiting relatives and f i lends at this place and attending the meeting. Miss Maltha Sandcrfur spent Tuesday night with Mr. E. I. Sandcrfur and family. from Mr. Roy Raines returned Louisiana Sunday. Mrs. Bottle Leach, of Cnncyvillc, spent last week with her mother, Mrs. Nancy Plummer. Miss Norino Stevens, of Taylor Mines, is visiting friends at this place and attending meeting, which is progressing nicely, Mr. Tom Johnson lost a horse Tuesday night. Miss Lova Park3 spent Tuesday night with Miss Winona Taylor., Misses Hay Miller, of Zion, and Gladys Likens, of Beaver Dam, spent Saturday night, Sunday nnd Sunday night fith Mr. E. P. Sandcrfur and family. Road Work Coing On. Very gratifying lepoits are coming in fiom nil over the count v thut much good wolk is being done upon the public toads. All eight of the county load graders nre reported busy, and many roads aie being worked that have not had any thing done on them for two years before. Tho season for road woiking is at its best right now, nnd overseers all over tho county aro taking advantage of it. t Mrs. John T. Mooro and daughters, Misses Mary Ellen and Isabel, of Ellzabethtown; Miss Lula Rtloy, of Owensboror Mrs. M. J. Ross and Miss Ruth Riley, city, wero guests of Mrs. 8. J. Wedding Thursday. ' TAXPAYERS NOTICE. ' Qua-mor- o, CASTORI A Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S Tax blllls for State and County for tho year 1917 huvo been certified to mo for collection, by tho proper authorities. Ploaso call and got your reeelpt at tho first opportunity. Tho earlier you settle tho bettor It will bo fer nil concerned. Tho Stnto and County aro In urgent need of finances to stop interest EAR, THROAT, NOSE ElE, Yours very truly, And Fitting of Glasses S. O. KEOWN, Masonlo OWHNSBORO. KY. Temple Sheriff of Ohio County. Lovy DR. J. H.THORPE i pay-mea- ts. 4.