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Med way, thirty miles southeast of meeting a young woman with whom, London. It Is the scat of Immense 155 OUT OF 208 he had corresponded through an admilitary and naval 'establishments, invertisement in a matrimonial paper. ;Wf, cluding a vast dockyard, an arsenal EXCUSED OY BOARD Ofllcers say Brooks told several conand extensive barracks. flicting stories and was unable to The term naval ratings applies to givo a satisfactory explanation of tho the grade of men on board ship, us- IiOCAIi EXEMPTION noARl) drawings and the letters In hl MKST ually those before the mast. possession. He was brought to Dan MAKE ANOTHER CALL TO Italian Raid Austrian Naval Base. ville and arraigned before United GET QUOTA. Rome, Sept. 4 (v(a London), States Commissioner Lawwlll, who Thirty Italian airplanes dropped nine set the date for hl3 examining trial tons of bombs on the 'Austrian naval for next Monday. Meanwhile he la Of the 208 registered men who being held base at Pola, causing destruction and here on the charge of large conflagrations, It, 13 announced were recently summoned before the high treason. Local ExemptlonTJoard for examlna-- l officially, i I The bomb) were dropped on the tlon for war service, 155 were either 'mINE OFFICIALS ARE 'Austrian fleet" at anchor and also on rejected or filed claims for exemp- SHOT FROM AMBUSH tlons, which claims were allowed by inllltary wjirks. All the Italian machines, although the board. One claimed exemption Middlesboro, Ky., Sept. 3. At tho determinedly attacked, returned safe - , on grounds of dependents, which was Lower Hlgnlte Coal Company fivo ernment ly. me aruitery nro .lias grown(uiawcu, j laueu 10 me any sort mie3 from MIddlesboro, while L. B. Baker marched at tho head of tho heavier on the Julian front, says the, of claims for exemption and were 0unn superintendent, and six men with Mai. Geu. War Department London, Sept. 4. In last night's official announcement, which reads: laccopted, and 11 others failed to ap- - were K0ine to tho mine thpv wem Washington, Spt. 4. The Prcsl - Scott, Chief of Staff, and the ranking 'From Stelvlo to Monte Hombon Par . for examination and In the na- - "t1" nn n,i. m,tnn. i. ,..i. lib in army olllcers on duty here In khaki air raid 10T persons were killed and dent and Congress of the United nrd V titltj UtUtlllltk UJ 11 wounded at Chatham, It there were, tho usual patrol actions. tural course pursued, will be certified supposed to have been strike sympa- -' . .States and the allied nations, thru Just ahead of tho clerks lu civilian obMy-sl- x if their diplomatic representatives, Join- - clothes Secretary Daniels led the 1ST announced officially. The victims' "On the Julian front there wasjand placed upon the list with those thlzers from ambush. i Three mon d In paying honor to the men navy with Admiral Benson, unlet oi j were navai ratings, six airplanes raoro intense aruuery uueis ana con - ,""" passou nnu uavo ueen accept- - were i,it, Glllus Johnson was ser- i ' ed. The list not appearing for ex lously wounded and Gunn and ansldorable activity by our airplanes, Hnlectcd from the District of Colum - Operations, hia aides and scores of took part in tho raid. other man slightly wounded. Over hamays that part of the naval bar- - mospherlc conditions, thirty of our Luttrel Klrby Parks, Owen Parks, 200 shots were fired. y raised for tho battlu for de- - navy. i I Tho navy clerks carried a half racks thoro was struck by a bomb airplanes flew on Pola and bom- - Col., Thomas Orvlllo Lloyd, Squire Shotguns loaded with small shot Ray Sylvester Galther, and some hington, long used to glitter- - dozen banners with legends that arq 'during last night's air raid, this barded the military works ot this guns wero The val port and the enemy fleet at an- - James Wm. Johnston, George Stev-i- f used. .''', ocesslons, to tho blaro and watchwords In the American navy, j causing serious loss of life. r no Inaugurals, opened Its eyes "I have not begun to fight," was one, Chatham dockyard, the message stat- - chor in the harbor and In tho Fas- - ens, Charlie L. Howard, Albert Carl An effort Is being made to surana canal Nine tons of bombs were Park, Ruey Franklin Taylor and round tho men doing the shooting, iud cheered Itself hoarse at the "Don't give up the ship," another, 'ed, entirely escaped damage. .spectacle. For two hours, while In "Damn the torpedoes, go ahoad," a! In addition to tho naval casualltes dropped en the targets,' causing' da- - Homer Leo Huff. and It Is likely arrests will be made. ft" Wm. Gorgon Her, olalm for de- - Bell county ofllcers have been noticonflagrations. j one, civilian was killed and six were structlon and great other cities thruout tho Nation other third. m . thousands moved over tho first part1 There wero several hundred veter- - injured. The announcement follows: , Our machlnesalthough attacked by pendent, disallowed. fied and are on their way to the mioo j The following passed medical ex- - and will make, every possible effort ut or tho long road that may lead to 'ans of tho Civil and Spanish Wars In ' "Lord French (commander of the seaplanes and shelled by V Pennsylvania the procession. An old man la faded British homo forces) reports that last j batteries, returned safely , to their aralnation and were accepted by tho to get the men Implicated. French battlefields, (board and In due time will be certi- Avmuo Keard tho tramp of marching 'blue, another In gray, marched at the night's air raid was carried out by .bases. There is much Intlgnatlon coming "On Saturday night enemy air- - fled men, the nilnglo of spurs and the head of the Americans who fought about six enemy airplanes which from all sources ln MIddlesboro over Edward Nail (col.), Walter Wat- - the shooting, and some very frank rumbling of artillery. each other In the '00s. Aboutthem proceeded up the south bank of the craft made a bombing raid on some. About 26,000 men, women and floated proudly a banner bearing this Thames estuary to Chatham. Bombs , localities In the plain between the son, Ellis Brown, Eltom W. Wilson, and open expressions are being mado ohlldren passed a revlowlng stand be- device "tho United States." On an- were dropped In the Isle of Thanet, Lower Isonzo and the Tagltamento, Frank Allen Ferm, Roscoe Wester- - on the streets ot MIddlesboro. Moro area 'oausing casualties among the civil fleld, Bert Leach, Virgil C. Matin, trouble Is anticipated before tha day-ifore the White House where the other with G. A. R. on It were the and in the Sheerness-Ohathabotween 10:40 p. m. and 11:30 p. m. population and soldiers in hospitals." Robert B. Ree Price, Orlando guests watched the words "Ready for Duty." President and his over. Horn, Alexander Bozarth, There wero rio army Archie casualties. Make Raids. parade. More than half of the long. a Civilian casualties reported at presLondon, Sept. 4. Continuing their .Dempsey Birch, Speed Mouroa,. Jno. Hue was In uniform. ent are: Killod, one; Injured, six. raids over Belgium, British aviators D- - Kara, James V. Coleman, David VAIN ATTEMPT TO From the corner of Fftecnth Street HARTFORD COLLEGE The material damage was slight. Our on Sunday night made attacks ln the Leslie Hurt, Elijah Walker Daniel, whero Pennsylvania Avenue turns machines went up and antiaircraft vicinity o; Bruges. A British air- - Lonnlo D. Vlck, Carl Moore Murray, around the Treasury, the long mile to PICKET MANSION HAS GOOD OPENING guns came into action, but without plane fought Blx Germans and shot c Tlnsley, Herman Robinson, Alva the foot of Capitol Hill was one ' Vernon Wade, Cullen W. Conerly, result. down one of them. The following stream of flags In the breeze and "The Secretary of the Admiralty official account of these operations EM' Johnson. Willis G. Cobb, Wil-wsparkling under a cloudless SeptemHam Mack Allen, Noah Ward, Tuell THIRTEEN WOMEN SCOOPED given out ber sky. The Prusldont and those MONDAY MARKED 38th ANNUAL reports that in tho course ot the air AND DEMONSTRATIONS "Nava( aircraft made a bombing Rogers, Eugene Coleman (col.), Guy raid last night the following casualIn tho stand with him were kept at OPENING! SCHOOL 83 HIGH ABANDONED. ties were oaused, to naval ratings: raid atjnldnlght Sunday on the Everett MeDaniel, Carl Sapp, George No one of the salute continually. STUDENTS. j.iuo&t imujwo), . , Killed, 107: wounded, elghty-slE- " docks., submarine" shelters and dozens of ofllcers of foreign armies iReports received here from south way sidings at Bruges. Bombs were The following passed the examina-observe- d and navies overlooked the tribute coast towns say that daring last to explode over tho objec- - tlon and were accepted, tho they Washington, Sept. 4. Thirteen due the emblem of the great repub The thirty-eight- h annual opening night's raid the air along the coast tlves and fire was caused adjacent to claimed exemption on occupational militants of the Women's party wero lic that has lined up on their aide to make the world safe for the prlncl- - ot Hartford College and High School and for miles inland resounded with the lock sates of the Ecluse Canal. I grounds, being engaged in agricul- - arrested today when they attempted on ,a9t Monday was an auspicious noise of aircraft engines. One of the "A :ald also was made early Mon- -' ' tural pursuits. Under present rul-da- y to "picket" the White House Just pies on which It was founded. one The auditorium overflowed raiders passed over a coast town on the airdrome at lies their names were certified to the before President Wilson marched at morning WilMin Heads. Parade. President Wilson himself, eyes to wlth PuP"s. parents and friends f headed seaward, its engine making Varssenaero (4 2 miles southwest j district board for action: the head of the parade in honor of d tha loudest Orln W. Moore, Carlisle Williams, the District of Columbia's quota for noise ever heard thero of Bruges.) Bombs were seen to ex- the front stepping out like a freshly ,th6 school. Soma time was recruit, marched at the head ant'y 8nent ,n listening to a number from an aircraft. The sound resem- plode among the sheds. One of our Robert Elijah Chlnn, Gilbert the national army. ts was attacked, by six hostile terfleld, Arthur Rhoads, Clyde of tho long lino surrounded by a com- - of sood talks by patrons and frlend3 bled the noise of a Zeppelin and came The women announced in advanco and succeeded In shooting dell Hawkins, Lester H. Wright, Tice that they had enough volunteers to mlttee of citizens which arranged tha of tne school. Prof. Henry Leach, from a great height. Like the single aviator who drop- down one, completely out ot control D. Jamas. parade. Behind him In unbroken who ,s T,co President, and a member last all afternoon, but after the poShould all of the above list be lice had escorted away several groups xanks came most of the members of of tho faculty for several years, made ped bombs on Dover Sunday night, In an engagement between one of our the demonstration the Senate and House, In such a trlb- - the opening remarks, at the end of those who came last night kept at a aircraft patrols and enemy machines1 accepted, It yet leaves Ohto county of banner-beareProf. J. F. very high altitude and while their there were three decisive combats. sixty odd short ot her quota and an was abandoned. uto as they probably never have gly- - which v he Introduced on on any occasion In the long years Bruner, tho new principal, who made machines could be heard they could One of our machines failed to re- - other call must be made to All up All the prisoners were released on the list. .since this country became a Nation. a brlot talk- - Others also made good not be seen. Nevertheless British air- turn." bond to appear tomorrow. planes went up In pursuit. After dropWhen he i cached the White House, talks. Tho women's party headquarters students matriculat ping bombs over a wide area, many The good luck ot most successful PEACE NEGOTIATIONS the President left tke ranks and took j Elghty-thre- e anounced that Justice Robb, . . . . . BEFORE CHRISTMAS of the District Supreme Court, who his placo in the stand by Mrs. Wilson. ea ln lne conegiate department ana of them railing lato Holds or the sea, men when analyzed is found to conrecently has granted appeals to sixIt was the second time he had gone altogether the prospects ,are exceed- - the raiders, departed as quickly as sist ot about equal parts ot OpporAmsterdam, Sept. 5. (British Ad- teen banner-bearer- s tunity and Hard Work put out' at sifoot over Pennsylvania Avenue. The la&T ongnt ror a successful school they came. sentenced to pay Chatham is on the east bank of the interest. Insurance Critic. miralty per Wireless Press.) Ac- fines or serve thirty days ln the work.first was when ho led the prepared- - year cording to the most reliable authority house, had Informed their counsel ntns parade before tha United States ' METHODIST PABTORfl the next session of the German Reich- that no more appeals would be allow went to war. Most of the members CGNQUEST. HIS ONLY GIVEN ASSIGNMENTS stag will bo devoted exclusively to ed while the sixteen were pending. of tho Cabinet, the Japanese Mission, tho question of peace. Tho majoriAmbassadors Spring-Ricof Great ty has decided to challenge the state- ONLY ONE BUYER OP .... n Tho ninety-firBritain, Jusserand, of France; Mints-- 1 , annual Methodist -'' ment ot the government regarding ter Caideron of Bolivia, and dozens Conference presided over by Bishop WHEAT UNCLE SAMUISL its minimum peace program, and it of officers lu uniforms of tho armies 'Anderson, was ln session six days at is said the government will yield, Chicago, Sept. 4. There was Just of the nations that are fighting Ger- - Maysvlllo, adjourned on tho seeund of with a view to peace negotiations be- qne buyer In the Chicago wheat mar-k- ef many were In the stand with them. ' Soptembor. fore f hrlstmai. today and he didn't even visit All stood for the two hours with ' Assignment of pastors in the Lou-eyThe Gorman government, accord- - the Board ot Trade. He was Undo steady ou tho spectacle. Tho isvillo District were as follows: - Am. Un !.. ing to this authorlty.favors the nlan.'rsaiu, sou t. . uiu au umtu in mu una Superintendent, W. W. Shepherd, President sat grim and unsmiling lie ipotentiaries meeting either at The Building, two blocks from the Board. most of the tlmo, watching Intently Wllmore; Albany and Wayne E. H. Hague, at Berne or at Copenhagen, while all trapplugs of war oame by. Witters: Reaver Dam, Boyd Browa-SateaThero was one basic price, $2.20, ling; Bethel Ridge, H. B. Hill; Bow- but preferably The Hague. Wilson. Senators In Line. fixed by President Tka 4 At tho head of tho Senate division ling Green, Harry Sims; Bowling raethod pursued was very stmplo. GERMAN SjPr SUSPECT came Senators Nelson and Warr.'n, Green Circuit, A. H. Hlnos; Doer The man who received tha wheat had IS TAKM.V INTO CUSTODY it placed ln an elevator, obtained a of tho Union army, and Martin and Lick, John Seltz; Dextervillo, John Bunkbead, who fought on tho sldo Martin; Qarllngton, J. L. Burton; receipt from the elevator, took his ro- V of tho Gray In tho Civil War, and Gradyvlllo, Grauvlllo Jaggers; Gra-wlDanvlllo, Ky., Sept. 4. Clarence ceDt to the Otis Building and got Ills V. Brooks, claiming Detroit as his money. them marched Senators Cham- - hampton, Ira P. Day; Greenvlllo home, was arrested at Kings Moun-- 1 chairman Through a misunderstanding a ln of the Military cult, W. F. Parkins; Hardlnsburg, to today by United States Marshal tie spot wheat sold at slightly Committee, and Lodga, ranking Re- - be suppllod; Hickory Grove and C. F. Winfrey and Detectives J. X. above the Government basis, but of the Naval Commutes, llngton, II. S. Murroll; Hopkinivllla and W. B. Wallln, ot the iocai representative ot the food Thorn were seventy SoHators ln Hue Circuit, J. C. Landrum; King's Mouu-arailway system, on suspl- - jmlnistrator issued a warning tlwt only a few wero absent who tain, W. A. Bugbee; Leltchfleld, S. C. ckm ot being a German spy. wero not sick or unable to make tho Chapman; Louisville, Epworth, J. T. there must be no ropetltlou of tho ' ' Martin, Upon being arrested drawings and effensa. long trip. Louisville, Trinity, JfN. . letters ot suspicious character weroa 11o Houso turned out hundreds of Eason; Loulsvllla, Wesley, O. G. RaNear tho IHIL DAMAGHS TOBACCO Ifoand ln his possesion. its membership, headed by Speaker gan; Mlddleburg, S. M. Carter; Mor-OlaI place IV DAVIHSS COUWTV of arrest Is a tunnel.ot which igantown, C. R. Davidson; Munford- and "Undo Joe" Cannon, Brooks U said to have had drawings. MnrluMi Attract Attention. fvlllo, Sherman Riggs; No Creek, R. Owensboro, Ky Sept. 3. TUu-trnckAt this point the railroad Is double- For mora than an hour the flood T. Harper; Onton S. A. Lelghton; was of dollars' damage and oa tho roadsldo is a panels thai poured by the sland was ki the Owensboro and Zion ,L. C. Logsdon; khaki-cla- d army, with Paduwlt, T. B. Jones; Pulaski, Blsh-th- o arload of dynamjto for blasting done to tho tobaco crop on firms brown of the Brooks arrived thero sev- - reetly south of Owensboro by a uaH-er- al exception of tho fourteon hundred op M. Wcvsley; Riley, L. F. Payne; Corn crops hi days ago and had spsnt ouch day storm this afternoon. men who lu splto of their Sacramento, II. W, Landreth; Science drafted looking over tho ground sarroandlng tho district visited by the hall wera Scottsvlllc, civilian clothes inarcliod proudly ami Hill, E. F .Burnsldo; tho tannel and the tunaol itsolf and, 'also damaged to some extent. Tho than, a semblance of mill- - Charles Mltiell; Somorsot, William with It fe said, had unintentionally drop-- storm was severe in somo sections, tary formation. Regulars on foot, Jones; Somorsot Clrcalt, 8. J. Par-o- n ped ane of the drawings near tho barns being wrecked, aad in one W, A. Huiaphreyg; horse, back, on tho calslous of fleld eoll; Sumniltt, (stance two mules wero killed by end of tho tunnel. pieces and trundllir,' machine guns; Tomuklnsvllla, W, H. Holt; West- One ham was strack by Brooks claims to have came to lightning. Guardsmen of the District view, J. A, PhMllps; Wayne, to ha National I Carter in Pliiuaolphia Proit. Kkigs Mountain tor tho purpose ot lightning aad dMtroyea. and Muriuoi, from murby camps supplied; Wkltlov, J. Mi Urans. n ' turned tho Avenue Into a golden flood of marching men with bayonets and HAVOC WROUGHT NATION HONORS sabers shining and grim faces that looked business like and IN AIR RAID MEN IN DRAFT ready for war. In all the long line, the drafted men and tho Marines attracted the most attention at the reviewing SENATORS, MEM- - stand. The 1,200 young men who TEUTON FLYERS KILL 107 AND PRESIDENT, WOUND 80 IN ATTACK ON IlKltS OK CONGRESS AND CAU- - are in training at Fort Meyer for CHATHAM. INKT IN PARA UK. commissions In the new army, w(th only twelve days of drill behind them swung by the stand with ranks un tread of broken tit t TMp I BOi,j and with tho easy company SIX AIRPLANES ATTACK MANY TROOPS 111 BUt tho Marines, cr3, after company, swept past with not-e- r a ripple to disturb their steady Immense Ifotubllshincnta And Men JHurli KntliiLLiMin .Shown nnd W.ush How. Aboard Ships Arc Marks For I . ingtou nowis itM'ir iioar Behind the troops wero tho Gov(icriiiun Airmen. Allio Join. Secretary Departments. L TV ( y X j hlgh-powor- ' anti-aircra- ft m Bot-Briti- sh as y: I y, Ry I-- pleas-tralno- Wes-machln- es Wen-alrcraf- rs i. .1.. , ... ht e, st -.- es fl 1 1 .- 1 ty th Clr-berlu- llt-ta- nu rk ed me :,t ,.. ;yr jIMI'HH "li W'l I lHH r' jm lttl.WTiui 40 '" si&n SWEET TOOTH P if 1 .wrt stat.vn tiri.noo has already been spent this season, and that nguro Is Increasing ln alono approximately .s, . 1 A tt n-- -v ' j i an,t wulnfiton va,,u- lnteuded to furnish nlr- Wo timber . lni.inn stock for the flghtlns forces' of the United States and Its allies Is TONS OV "(JOOlHHS" OKDKKKD helns threatened by the flames. IS- BY UNITED STATES (50V- Ring Niperatlons aro so badly InterHKNMENT. fered with that several mills now .supplying the Government with this class of material may he torcea 10 Numerous Jtscontinue operations. ARE NU1 ALL th0 rMllU ot reporteJ jrM ' Incendiarism. The reports state that In many Plenty of Subt.itLiN Aro Al-- a JUUe or nQ Mm hM faUen tor ObMlnml - Huso Amount Tho forM(l SM now ,0 llr . whiei. occurs Is apt to For Tlie Navy. a dangerous contlagratlon, beooniA while hlch winds make it difficult to -Washington. Sept. 1. Uncle Sam control even the smallest blaze With mwmw Is rolng to lake care of Jack' sweet such conditions. It Is pointed out, tooth, regardless of whether he Is there Is need to keep all persons at a naval tralnlug station ashore or out of the woods. In order to acchasing Genuau submarines In tho complish this tho Governor of Oreopening of the gon has potponed North Sea. This becamo apparont this week, hunting season In that State. Few sportsmen nowadays judge a day's sport merely by die size of the when the Navy Department xsked In spite of the unusually dangerrangbag they bring home with them. ous season. It Is stated that until lnt for bids on tons of sweetsturts ing from strawberry Jam to taplcoa week there has been a comparativepudding. ly squall loss of timber on the NationYet a man's object in shooting is to hit what lie aims at. vv rw,V Sim. Kentucky mothers, aware of the al Forests, private owners bavin? PU need suffered most of the damage done fondness of sons for sweets, There's nothing like the thrill of cutting down a fast bird; 'of getting the have no fear that their boys In the This Is largely explained as due to firr- sea forces of Uncle Sam will pine for the Increased ofilclency of the clay that sails out at an unexpected angle; of scoring a "possible" when homo on that account fightlng force which has profited l swim almost out of sight. the light is bad, and mirage makes the bull's-eyN ;n Although tho Navy Department :thc ios,ons of the past year r been on the usual stiff and formal ,nanv asos. tc followed hand! n lines in advertising for bids, the ar- - he sUle oi th0 rangers sportsman, you arc willing to take chances with natural conditions Th litsed go far to substantiate particularly dangerous fires tides m aunt to be sure of)vttr shooting equipment. the tradition that the American 0UtUreak of tires In the past few day fighting man Is more fond of swets ls tafcen by oftfclnls to indicate that Jkuvrty,?vs hcthcr a Shotgun, a Big Game Rifle, or the smallest .22 for the than that of any other nation. the situation is growln; more JWil I Ft IFZTW tv Somo of SmcvIj.. 'ibus. it is the Remington make you want.. bo Here are somo of tho things the The whole organization of the For- Navy Department is trying to buy eM service, in the aftectl Districts bJ-And in ammunition, whctlur Shot Shells or Metallic Cartridncs. it is wortl 1 tx& devoting Itself exclusively to fr & for the sailors and marine.: Twenty-tw- o tons of apple butter, fighting. In accordance with a rnon tne dox lor tlie sa.e ; the Kcd . oall Mark ot Kcmington UWL IH hndme Seventeen tons of dried currants. arranged plan, men from Forces of the better results that Remington UMC will give you. o7 m Six and a half tons of mincemeat. wj,ere there are no fircv are reHe Slxteen and a half tons of dried jng the rangers who have been worn Sold by Sporting Goods Dealers in Your Community peacht. lout by their long exertions. Thirty tons of sllcd pineapples. while it may he possible to bo' 1 CZm:i ar.J oil your gun REM OIL, te comhirutun Six tons of tapiocn. the damage to a minimum bv ine--- " Pcutltr Sohcnt, Lubricant iirui Kuit Precntxe fruit .ami other methods, officials say that assorted ijiventy tons of jams. not until the fall rains come will the One-- and a half tons of shredded danger cease, THE REMINGTON ARMS UNION METALLIC CARTRIDGE CO.; Inc, : ' cocanut. Lsrgeit Mjnffjiturers of firwrrij and 4irw.t.r.UKm in tht 11 'erli WOOLWORT1I BUILDING, .NEW YORK Seven tons of cornstarch. Ha a HUli Opinion of CUainbwUin'.-TnblegalOne thousand five hundred lons of syrup. "I have a high opinion of Chamand It might result In dreams worthy berlain's Tablets for blliousne Mrs. C A of EpiciK-- to try to figure out just a. a laxative." writes how many peach pies there are in Barnes. Charleston. Ill "I have ner-e- r 37, 00 pounds of dried peaches, cc found anything so mild and plea3- - IS THIS A SOl'THKK.t electricity sent for miles overlamW i v.s.n. m.i. K.ilt.Iu ic" nf nnrntrph .m tn iiaa . Vw.u . I1U" AAJ.... Mlll'inh- Silt IU IWO. Mr brotner nns aiso DK.MOCUATIC W H'.' by transmission wires 11 pudding there are in 14.00 pounds usej these tablets with, satisfactory high tension Into tho compara- - 1 0 under FIFTEENTH-ANNUA- L m of cornstarch, out tne application 01 results. Lord Northcllffe. In a recent ar- - tirely safe and easily handled volt-- i 1 . -liberal quantities of water will tlcle. proved conclusively that democ- - ages which may b apIlsd to motors 1 t the supply considerably. To the Editor of The. Hartford stretch 1 t racy was a poor war maker. We won- - bnrnessed to Industrial tasks. 1 0 ptibllcau: are not givon to en- statistics One of these black giaats has an t what the eminent Hngllsh Journ- 0 me der 1 0 hance tie suffering of any dyspeptic sir: If you will allow seen the .electrical capacity of 4. 06 kv-.- , allst thinks now that he has 1 0 readers, but to set at rest the minds space in your valuable paper. I shall "democracy" of this country, at Srstjand is used to change the aiRM ten-- , 1 0 1 0 10-1- 5, of Ketucky mothers. i,e gratefl for the courtesy, and the hand, shackled as It Is by 0 current at 44,00 voH lato d 1 0 i Another reassuring fact found In opportunity offered thereby of sav-th- e , and selfish kouthern interests? , goo volts. 0 t De- - lng a few words to the Republicans bids advertised by the Navy 0 subject ofi The totai radiating sarface of the 11 pass lightly over the Supreme in Horac Show Hiatorr prtment is that there wilt be plenty of Ohio county. In the outset I want To present draft which favors the radiators which are sed to kep $ 0 the of substantiate, too. The navy meals t0 saT that I ami Indeed thankful to Flve-GaitChi Soth, and to Ignore the fact that I the oaeratlng tmaeratsre of the tt o i Saddle Horse will not fce all frills. For example. my many friends who were loyal to Germany is indlreotiy receiving sup- transformer down t th lowest J 0 here are a few of the things the and supported me In my race for the plies of cotton from the South, simp- point posible it oat million square 1 0 0 seeking: Republican nomination foo Jailer of ly consider the direct and tangible inches. The tooHig Is erected hy ', 0 Premiums Premru. 0 Thirty tons of bacon. Ohio ouaty. in the recent primary evidence of Southern fianncial "co- means of the circulatla of crude oil J 0 ' Twenty-thre- e and a half tons ot election. To those who saw fit to operation" in this war. At the mark- which acts as a tooling acwt and ! ' 0 0 regards corn beaf. vote otherwise I have the best et prioe for cotton about eleven mill- also a highly eflaient Insulator for , Ten Bit Act. " F"T 00 Ssven and a half tons f dried and kindest of feelings. To the ion bales would bring nearly a bill- the highly charged core aid turasjj t bfef. many Democrats who so faithfully ion and a half dollars for the lint cot-te- of wire. 0 OF 1NDOOK ATTRACTIONS KVKB OFrKBXD GXEAE8T AaaXECATION 0 Two thousand five hundred tons of pledged to me their support should I 0 Shipping a traaaformer of this stee At present prices the eotton BEAUTIFUL. BABT'.SBOW PABADK toar. hava been the nominee, I want to re- sead .would bring about three hun- is quite as much of a problwai to the MIOWAT OF MntTH. MJSI0 AND MOVING MASSES 0 Fosr and a half tons of codfish turn unto yon my sincere thanks. dred and thirty million dollars ad- shipping engineer as Its hnilding la ar.d haddock. Reduced Railroad Rates. A4rt rOUNT T. KRKMKR. SrUrr. 00 Foar years a;o, as you are aware. ditional. In 1914 the cotton farm- to the electrical wisdaeer. Often It 0 (Si Xtpabltc B.IUl.t. Lata,lt. Twenty-fiv- e Then I ers received from four to six cents Is impossible to deliver a larte transCtttliiiM " tons of maronl. I sought th same position. 0 0 Four tons of salt mackerel. ,met defeat Ja as I have met defeat for their cotton. In 1917 they will former by means of the usaal type 0 Twenty-seve- n tons of Tieana sau- now, yet my confidence In the' Repub- receive from twenty-si- x to thirty-fir- e of Hat car. To overcome this diffi In the sage. lican principles has not been cents. No district in the world has culty a special car Is sometimes usalways been I have There will be plenty of seasoning, least shaken. received the benefit from the war that ed b the General BleetrUal Compa int-- 1 too. LMen! to the Ranablican party and the Southern states have, with their ny In making Its transformer deliv Two tons of mustard. shall so remain, because I believe the cotton product, and yet eur South- eries. This car Is supported by heavgallon of party Vs largw than any man or set Thlrtv-tw- o thousand ern statesmen have secured absolue ier trucks than the usual car re catsup of men. I have no 111 feelings toward Protection and immunity for this in- quires an.1 the load Is carried eloser Fifty tons of salt. Innv of mv onnonents and I shall dustry and not a penny of taxation to the rails, thas giving the maximThree and a half toas of vinegar. gladly do all I can to secure the elec- upon "it. This fact Is all the more um clearance for tunnel, bridges, These sre a few of the things on tion of every nominee on the ticket. Impressing when we note that there and other wayside structure. the programme for the fighters ot And now the primary election .s is no embargo on cotton, nor Is there Bids for similar supplies over. pull off the old fighting likely to be. Is this a Southern the limine Scholarship. Did it ever occur to you nnd In like quantities are being pre- robes that divided us in'our family We have for sole, a scholarship, Democratic War? f constantly. might of Repub- be using the telephone in pared fight, and put on the robe Perhaps this explains a little more good for a complete course In either Perch the old flas vividly what It means when the Dem- Bookkeeping and Accounting or lican unionism. right way? Sudden changes ot temperature on the flagpole and carry It to ocrats of the North aid in turning Stenographers Course In the Owens- colds tory this fall, electing every man over the direction of government and boro Business & Industrial College. and underwear bring n with stuffed up head, sore throat and from Representative to Constable .financial-affairto the Democrats of For particulars apply at Republican Do you speak sideways, above, be- roneral svmntoilis. A dose Of Dr. without the loss of one. I am. " ,the South and the radical West, the office. low, or six inches away from the trans- - V" Yours very truly. King's New Discovery is sure relief, former Interpreting loyalty as comJ. V. DVVAI.L. for the Southern 11 Kl'HOPKAV SOLDIKUR IX this happy combination of antiseptic plete Immunity your telephone?; mitter EACH 1,000 DIE IX WAR Uilsaws clears the head, soothes the States from the burdens Imposed by H-t Teacher. the The Lynn Irritated membranes ajid what might war time conditions. About eler-e- n It is generally admitted that expe (Mass.) Review for August. 1917. Washlagton. Sept. 1 You should talk directly a lingering cold is broken have the the best tweher. but should rt,-- , trantmnnt whan ro- - ri&nce soldiers die in action or of wounds P simply experience of transmitter Keep your t; In each 1,000 of mobilized strength lief Is first felt as a half cured cold we not make use of the ltml Colds I'Yam Sudden Change. exTake Dr. King's New others as well as our own? The Is dangerous kinds of'weoth- - on the Western European front, aclips Spring brings all one inch from mouthpiece. H Is by the 1 perience of a thousand persons Discovery till your cold is gone with it comes colds and the re cording to figures compiled QrooL- - in on oimn trnrt t!' ' Tfllt HUt depanded upon than that er and Information, more to be jijark. in an v vv.it wiiw lltttO rival of winter coughs and hoarse Committee on Public M. Tardleu, Many thousands of one individual wm basod on the report of s CONTl.MKt) J'llllN SWKKI' sary to shout. Chamberlain's ness. Dr. Ben that KOUKSTS of persons havt ased cold or stop the old French High Commissioners, XORTHWKSTJIUN hMd off a new batCough Remedy for coughs and colds one, the soothing balsams relieve the during the Marne and Charlerol resalts. which shows it sore "throat and heaJ the Irritated tis- tles casualties were 5.41 per cent of is much can 1. With the wiai the said WashlURton. Sept. to be a thoroughly reliable preparaand start tho moblllred strength .and estimates sues. Get a bottle y rions firo situation ta a sum-bHMsl the proper way to telephone w but these country those diseases. Try it. It tion for treatment at once. At your druggist. of military experts in this exceeded of years- - threatening millions of Is pronpt and c&:tuil and pltvuast 1 that fatalities have never Formula on the bottle. little rules will help. feot of western timkr, It has ru 25c. This 20 per cent of the casualties. SwvU to to take. ?Ary for th Forest o applies only to British, French and I.AHGBST SKLK "s opwttea 1 or-dgjMni Protetion U a policy which hurts WORLD'SCOOLKD TUAXSrOKMHKS Belgian troops. IVbtn you Telephone Smi availuhl forces to concewrate all bulB6 when it is not in operation, te iRhttug the forot like the boy's definition of sU. d trans- Six of the largest Reiwru recalvtU froie th North--w- "Something that mikes your potato world bae recently formers la the iadleat that th sUatio is tate bad if yo don't put any on " b BMKfatred for the Came- at ay tim y&t (Unsrous than MPANY( F.f;RAHH :ri silxCoaaBiy by the General rth-tSEl E. EAR, THROAT, NOSE In MoHtatM and n Uls . imtttrfe Scheweudy,1 Cliildi-eIncorporated W Atul Fitting w'Gtas'C Idnko Uow4 M diroe-tl-r FGR FLETCHER'S ih 'w Yojrtc TfcieA Slant nwuiwrs WM.80nl0 HW ihtwas O. F. HIDPLIS, MAXAGCK, KY. 0WEXSB0R0. 90UM, kv. WrtBg Ur coBirUljTe I "t)M bimiUHf $ rtwpct. r rK liUtlULiJ I Ull 1 1 V 111 11 1 1 reon , r kills For All the Shooting Sports rjBU&mZMM ly&TmirfB&fnn fm? te iMC e M4 dKfcal miim aj J7Wm ?jjz?j'ir MB,jkt H. e Hfefe steel-support- Re-Tae- rar KENTUCKY STATE FAIR 1917 e4 ' 6,-e- Loiisrife, Septeober ' .. t Hkh -- $10,000.00" "HIPPODROME" ' n. i J rr How To Use The TELEPHONE not ss. l's that you the vlc-sprl- s ! of bn cn 1 not aiju. into - about the tyii. nnn.. nne-iar-non- kt There that ar to-da- ll about bn or ' tr. H self-cook- DR. yr. X te Cry leK n4r Cly. JH. THORPE Cumberland telephone; ANn'TR MJBLn Nll ffHmf CAS T.O R A f r won by dt.-- fs of rront conrnge somo . uuu ui oil nf 4Un i i clan Mllf.-- . ur- ui uxz r.AHl. lujjjituy dcrs, the Legion of lienor, the War FIGHT IN SPRING IN WARFARE Cross or tho Military Medal. Under tho French servico resnlntions three decorations or ribh.os representing AMUIUCAKS WILL NMVHH HIv them must be worn always on the KAYS MA.I. HEN. VmiXttlKO, uniform. The Amerlcais are proud SAVH COMK DANUKKOVfl, V. H. lXlltt'lW IN Woman Thought She Would to have those distinctions and conHCHUUIt. filancu. sider It would ho lacking in rasped Die. Cured by Lydia E. for them to go into tht American Pinkham's Vegetable uniform nud dlecnrd the French decCompound. Amsterdam, Sept. 1. Confidence Paris, Sept. 1 orations. MaJ. Gen. rerh-InIn the fect of unrestricted submaIt has been suggested that the who has remained in Paris clearrine warfare is expressed by Admlr- - Amreclan ing up tho work at his old headquarregulations might be Ogdcnsburp, Wis. "I suffered from nl Wcinhardt Scheer, commander of changed by new legislation which ters and tvIio U not going to fiold female troubles which caused piercing In nn lnter- might also Include n provision for pains nice a Knilo the German battle fleet, koadnunrturs until Sunday or Mon...,., ...,. . through my back i.l.iii, In tlwi t idiot. I fii1iln M (Via Ail. . l.ofnu! nf fli Amarlonn Mn.lol .11.., t..v ww,.u. . day, declared In connection and side. 1 finally ai declaring umi ue vxpecicu evof Honor upon foreign officers nn.l with plaiiB (or tho coming winter, lost all my strength sailors for conspicuous gallantry. so I had to go to erything" from it. that tho American people must learn "This confidence," Bays the Admlr-- i bed. Tho doctor Hsu meaning and value of patience, advised an oper- at. "Is shared by all our 'submarine J CAKRANZ. nKNEW8 H,S and not expect that tho expeditionary ation but I would coinmaudors and no d Iff Or once of ATTITUDE OK NEUTRALITY forces landed In France can bo not listen Wmmrh thought of to it. I opinion exists about it in our navy. what I ruued Immediately to the front lino had road about Lydia It would be a mistake to name a Mexico City, Sept. 1. Renewed astranches. To put an Inadequate, E. Pinkham's Vege- definite date, Uut I am fully consupplied forco Into actual table Compound and vinced that if the rate of the sink- surance that MoxUo would remain neutral in the world war was given combat, ho said, would merely lie tried it. Tho first bottle hroupht cronl ings continues as at present the day by President Venustiano Carranza unking a mistake, which the Gerand six bottles have entirely must come whoa England will in his message at the openmans unquestionably have hoped and relief me. AH women who cured have femalo that the war does not pay." ing of the regular session of the Mexpectwl tho tJnltud States would trouble of any kind should try Lydia B. Questioned about losses of subma ican Congress. make. It la tho determination, rath-t- r, Pinkham's Vegetable Compound." meth rines and as to Mrs. Etta Domon, Ogdensburg, Wis. The President reviewed the efforts that when America does take her Physicians undoubtedly did their best, ods, Admiral Scheer said: place In the lint) shoulder to shouldor battled with this cose steadily ithe Mexican Government had made and eould "With almost Idoal obstinacy the toward peace, mentioning the note with the othor Allies next year, sho do no more, but often tho most scientific English miss the mark and so far In which It proposed that all neuwill be fully prepared to go through treatment ia surpassed by tho medicinal properties of th good old fashioned we have only been met with guns, trals cease shipping supplies to the the grimmer campaign ad make the roots and fcerbs contained in Lydia E. nets and mines and not with any belligerents. Germans feel the full weight of her Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. appliances. I can new Military power. ; If any complication exists it pays to write the Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine confirm the statement recently made IIKAVV 11I.OWS AXD HUNGER "Those of us who have fully regarding our losses, which on the ALONE WILL WIN IIIG WAR btudlod the situation and who know Co., Lynn, Most., for special free advice. average are two to three monthly what Is necessary to bo done," said and are more than equaled by new An Atlantic Port, Sept. 1. A parGen. Pershing to tho Associated IMifcii. jm suui we can property construction." ty of prominent Britishers arrived Press, "are anxious that tho people ; take our place In the line, the people Regarding America's support of on a passenger steamship here nt homo shall strive to realize the must he patient and as confidant as Great Ilrltaln, Admiral Scheer had to Join Lord Northcllffe, British Immensity of the task In which we do-- 1 ,wo are, who know what we are this to say: commissioner in the United States, ar encaged and shall, through pa- Ing. and what we must do. "I do not underestimate It, neither and assist him in purchasing war tience and confldence.help us t do I attach too much Importance , supplies. They will also go to Washthat tnk in the ihortest Is more Catarrh section to It. Tho Americans may mate ington for a conference with Govpoislble 1 mo, Everything is going ofThere country tkan all In this diseases the othor themselves unpleaeanCby means of was and for years wll with us, both as a nation and put together,Incurable. DoctorsIt prescribed increased sappliee of airplanesAech-nlca- l ernment officials. to be In discussing the war a member of nrmy. We are making giant local remedies, and by constantly falling as an material, etc., but they can Hii nnrtv Trim nalrml thnf tho Mpntltv strides day nfter day, but w are xo cure wan local treatment, pronounced hardly harm as seriously from it Incurable. Catarrh Is a local disease, tg memberg be wlthheIdt sald he Jnat started. crcntry Influenced by constitutional conmilitary point of view, and they wi doog nQt beUeye thj eonfl,ct w,u end "We enme Into tlie war without ditions and thorefore'.requires constitudangerous. They w ill tional treatment. m army. We have always been a cine, manufactured Hall's F. Catarrh Medi-& never become to turn the scale in unt about th,g Ume next year by J. Cheney no more bo able .. 6ernianB will never be over- Co.. Toledo, Ohio, Is a constitutional Iace loving people. So now we remedy, is taken Internally and acts favor oi tne Entente man iiaiy or by hunger alone," he build nn entire new organizamust thru the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces Rumania." "Neither will thsy be overcome tion, and build it so big and eo of the System. One Hundred Dollars reAdmiral Sckeor expressed his con- !come on their front while they fctrory; that wo can take our place ward is offered for any cafe that Hall's Catarrh McdMnu fails to cure. Send for viction that the submarine will have are convinced of the weaknesses of along with our who already circulars and testimonials. decided tho issuo of the war before their opponents. It must be a comF. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. hare had thr.ee year.' time and exSold by DruKRiEtx. 7Ec. America Is ready to send a large bination of hunger and continual as Hall's Tamlly Pills for constipation. perience. army to Europe. saults that will win. "I realize how very difficult it is "They are5 going to be hungry still , for tho people at home to visualize Missoum food citors more, and then is the time for the i IM.MLCNSIC THIS YKAIt the war, to visualize the efforts that n Allies to deliver the blows against FOR' FLETCHER'S lirhlml the war. Our problems the line that will settle the question Columbia, Mo., Sept. 1. Two hunare greater than any France or for all time. Great Britain hud to solve, but we dred and eighty millioa bushels of "The embargo of the United are inlying them and will continue corn, 42,404, SCO bushels of oats and SHEEP PARADE GIVEN TO States against them Is one of the 22,777,000 bushels of wheat will be ' to do to. PUSH WOOL OONSKRYATION strongest weapons yet put Into our "It is impossible to create a vast Missouri's contribution to the fall fighting machine merely by the wave war crop bins, according to the SepChicago, Sept. 1. A flock of sev- hands, and If this had gone into efby eral hundred Eheep, of n wand. I wish that it were possi- tember crop report issued by fect a year ago the war would have escorted ble to do so and that we might be Jewell Mayes, secretary of the State brass bands and detachments of been over by now. We have got to lighting tho German government this Board of Agriculture. soldiers and sailors, followed by nu- keep them hungry and make them The oats crop is the largest in merous minute. We know that the only way through still hungrier and keep on deliverfloats, gamboled ing the blows against them while to dofeat the German army is to fourteen years and the corn crop Chicago's business streets they are in this condition." hammer it and keep on hammering excels all of previous years since paIt was the city's first sheep It. That is what we expect to bo do- 1902. The planting of winter wheat rade, and was given under the aus-plcMedals Offered. ing with nil our fresh strength and Is reported 12S per cent, as compared of the National Sheep and Medals are offered by the Kenenthusiasm during next year's cam- - with this year's harvesting. Wool Bureau to promote Interest in tucky Illiteracy Commission to the wool conservation. numSix young women, appropriately teachers who teach the largest shepherdesses and ber of men registered for army sergarbed, acted as wore kept busy trying to keep their vice to read and write. A handsome charges from dashing Into hotel nnd gold medal will be given to the teachshop doorsalong the line of march. er In the State who teaches the largSome of the signs carried by est number and a handsome bronze marchers In tho parade read as fol- aiedal to the teacher in each Conlows: "There is no substitute for gressional District who leads with the wool' wo need more sheep," "Food largest number. These medals .will and wool for workers will win tho be made in the semblance of the State war," "Red Cross work needs more Capitol, having a center with faces of grouped Guild advo- four heroic Kentuckians wool," "Horaemakers around it. On the opposite side will cates sheep raising for women." The prize lamb in the parade will be the teacher's name and the inscripfor great be sold at auction and the proceeds tion "Awarded to patriotic service to the State of Kengiven to tho Red Cross. The commtitee in charge of the tucky and to the Government of the demonstration will urge that simi- United States in teaching illiterate lar parades be held in New York, soldiers during the world war 1917." : Boston, Philadelphia and other East-- . SiOO.000 VOLUNTKKUKU FOR em oities. U. S. ARMY IN FIVE MONTHS 4 You XeI a Spring Iaxattve. August 30. More Washington, Dr. King's New Life Pills will remove the accumulated wastes of win- than 200,000 war volunteers have ter from your intestines, the burden enlisted in the regular army since Tills represents approxiof tho blood. Get that sluggish April 1 your sys- mately 17,000 men In excess of the spring fevor feeling out of g tem, brighten your eye, clear your number needed on April 1 to build complexion. Get that vim and snap the regular servico to its full auof good purified healthy blood. Dr. thorized war strength. Figures made public today show King's New Life Pills are a laxative that aids nature's pro- that' Pennsylvania has now supplied cess, try them At all drug- 22,269 men on its quota of 15,330; 1 Illinois, 1C.923 on a quota of gists, 25c. Now York, 21,970 on a quota r fr of 18,220; California 7.C5C on a quo- AMERICANS WOULD QUIT PHENCII AKMY FOK U. S.,ta of 47C4, and Nevada, first state to Icompleto its quota, 9S3 men on a Paris, Sept. 1. American aviators quota of 102. serving In tho French army, includ- 4 ing tho relatively small group foim- - P TUOOKAI) COUNCIL IS AGAINST 11KATII PKNA1TY i Ing tho Lafayette- Kscardrlllo, havoj heen canvassed by American ofllcers Pertograd, Sept. 1. Tho Petro as to whether thoy wished to leave Notwlthstandlnd tho fact that Montorey produces millions of their present sorvlco and Join tho grad Council 'of Workmen's and Sol-- ( potatoes, sugnr beets, apples, peaches, harloy, dollars worth of ntiopieu a rcs-o- f American army, seventy-- per cent hiers- ueputios y alfalfa, dairy products, llvostock, etc., there Is much land that tho Amorlcnus Immediately said olution of protest against tho and settlors to make It more intensively pro6nly neods farmers they would Iiko to go to tho Anierl- - labllslimont of tho death penalty at ductive. Tills is a rich coast county with a mild even cllmato. can army and aid In tho formation tho front, demanding that tho mcus-o- f YOU CAN SIJK TIMS COUNTRY WITHOUT LEAVING HOME uro bo revoked. nn oxporionced aerial corps. I a- -t Mon-tife- y Almost nil tho remaining 30 por Wo liavo issued u beautifully Illustrated booklet telling of During tho four I'rotoctivo years, cent repweu iitui tnuy wuuui juui uiu nnd tho opportunities thoro for YOU. Send utj toiv County, Oiio,lSS9, 1890, 1891 and 1S92, the sur- American army conditionally. conts for this booklet and a sample copy of Suiuet Magazine condition often mentionod was tho pliu rovouuas, paid off ?305, 500,000 big National Mngtuliio tolling of tho life nnd developtho ono paragraph lu tho United States urmy of tho natlonaj debt, hut during till ment of tho West. AddroiB, o yoars, I following regulations forbidding Amorlcan SUNSET .MAGAZINE .SERVICE IIL'REAU, SAN FRANCISCO wearing forolgn decora- - 1S9:1, 1S94 and 1895, tho national tilers from e tions. Many of these aviators have debt was increased T130,000,000. ) AMERICANS WILL PAINS SHARP GERMANS HOLD FAITH '. 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Pupils may enter at any time and receive proper classification. ni-nn- n 4 ' Gitii lis l Ilia (Incorporated) fl 1 sol-'ne- xt Froo-Trnd- OWENSBORO, KY. 1 i iivrtMAHia-A1'- . -- Hartford Republican. ford, the county sent, transact basinets requiring two hours or moro with nny of the county officials and Rntmsi m)fdiuK to law et the rwtotnw cet homo over the railroad except cona tney g(Ay Hartford, Kj., m mall mttr ol tb 0Tcr ono whole day and .'two nights. Some of these people ,i RIGA ABANDONED DY THE RUSSIANS - I TIIH BALTIC SEAPORT GIVEN IT, LITTLE RETO GERMANS country would be greatly benefitted SISTANCE. to by the congtructJon and operation of Address all communlcatloiB Che Hartford Republican. R ranroad thru this community. For " The War has placed a big responsibility on thc American pork producer. a long, long time now, the one train Petrograd, Sept. 3. The Russians NOTICETO SUBSCRIBERS hag ha(, ft paBsenBer coach Ofhave abandoned Riga, the War up behind cattle, lumber.fer- - fice announces. , Quoting President Wilson," Without abundant food, alike for thc Armies and the of 'tllizer, ooal and all other sorts nmx. 1 11C Dl.llCllllilk PtlJO Mil UiUCi liJ , people now at war, thc whole great enterprise upon which we have embarked will break line anun cargi stopping and switching at CV BoitiiwIxciili and Notice me been given for the abandonment of oer line lor each addltlooal lotertlon. you may either ride ery point and down and fail." the Riga region on account or. me Otltnarlen, Rwolntlon and Card of Tbnkp5c that way, stay at home, or as before threatening situation. line, money In adrnnce. rrlcei free, bnt other stated, hunt up some other means of for Ohorota Notlw Some Russian detachments volunone. Adequate food production is The program of our Government is a tdTertlf entente, 6c per line. egress and ingress. To cap the whole tarily left their positions, the War no Anonjtcooi commnnlcatloni will recelre with the most Office reports, and arc retiring to-- j the most important of all phascs"of thc work so far undertaken. Thc World's food and unhappy situation ilentlon pleasant capshcaf, the great United ward the north. reserve is low. Thc FARMER is thc food producer, so it is up to him. States Government, which is continRiga, Russia's principal TEZ.3FII02TE0. Baltic, 123 uously asking the people along this port, has been nbandoned to the GerCimtrloxi A. ...... CO We expect to be in constant operation and furnish daily, Liquid Feed sufficient for 3vrtvA road for all sorts of sacrifices, for mans under the threat of an offenthe purchase of Liberty Bonds, and sive by land and sea, in which the 20,000 to 25,000 hogs, and Qlcnmorc Dried Grains, as part ration, for 8,000 dairy cattle. P SEPTEMHEU 7 every thing Imaginable, for the sav- deciding stroke on the land sldo was FRIDAY ing of a few paltry dollars per month, delivered by the Germans last Sat-- ! feed, supplemented with! clover, corn fodder, etc., makes pork at less than seven Our has removed the Mall Clerk from this urday. train and made the mall service cents per pound, which is now selling on open market at twenty cents, with indications The fate of Riga was virtually Verially we are being worthless. sealed when German troops, powerof going higher. well cared for, in these parU. We fully Initiating their offensive, forchope that the officer who Is responsi- ed a crossing of the Dvlna southeast Get busy in raising hogs ami encourage others to do so. Call or write us for particulars. ble for the removal of our one rail- of the city and began to push northway mall clerk, receives his mall as ward aflor maklnc cood their foot- w much as five or six times per day, hold on the right bank of the stream. l and that his cigars are of the finest Menaced also by the attack of a variety and most column of Teutonic forces moving known, and that he may never want from Mltau, southwest of Riga, ami for anything except it be an oppor- by the German naval forces recently, KY. tunity to take from the people the reported hovering In the vicinity of little they have in the way of accom- the Gulf of Riga, tho Russian mill-- ! modations. REPUBLICAN TICKET. tary authorities evidently consider-- j "If you can not cross the ocean ed the city no longer tenable and tie- -, And our gallant soldiers lead, CANADIAN PLOTTERS For Representative elded to evacuate it . You. can do your bit far better FOILED IN CONSPIRACY L. L, EMBRY. The possible ultimate military Raising plgi on Glenmore Feed.' For County Judge of this development are ' 4. of Frustration Montreal, Sept. MACK COOK. difficult to estimate. The right flank plots to assassinate Sir Robert Bor- of the entire Russian Western front i For County Attorney den, Premier of Canada, and Arthur was anchored on the Gulf of Riga at A. D. KIRK. Melghan, Solicitor General, and to a point to For County Clerk the west of the city, and dynamite the Parliament buildings at with this anchorage apparently lost W. C. BLANKENSHIP. Prof. Roy Stewart, of Taylor Mines. Ottawa was announced by the police the possible strategical developments TerilInBhe Woumen and Roulers do TROOPS CHARGE For Sheriff Mr. Orbln and Miss Ray Miller not ,nc,U(le A,e me from 16 to 60 having been effected by the today as S. A. BRATCHER. of the situation seem Infinite. visited Miss Gladys Mae Likens, of yearg old t 8ayg The German, agitaarrest of For Jailer I Germans' Purpose, STRIKE RIOTERS Beaver Dam, from Saturday until oblige these men to do trench work; tors alleged to have been responsiWORTH TICHENOR. Much depends on tfie purpose of era, of these men haTe bcen Sunday afternoon, going from there ble for the blowing up about a month the Germans and the size of For Assessor the',, by .,, fragment9i to Mcllenry, to visit relatives, from ago of the summer home of Lord forces D. E. WARD. at their disposal for opera-- 1 ont , 1,000 MEN ATTEMPT TO WRECK which point they returned home Tho eTacuaton ,8 Athelstan. of Schools For Superintendent tlons In this war theater. It Is too the followlng mnnncr: Tuesday. The Inhalii-earl- y Lord Athelstan was first to be STREET CARS; ROUTED AT E. S. HOWARD. yet for It to be made apparent tant8( ,0JuIe(, wh ther uundleS( are M.r. Norval Leach spent Saturday BAYONET POINT. murdered as he drove from his home whether they will be content at pres- County Surveyor For night and Sunday with relatives iu The women, to Montreal, then his ent with occupation of the Baltic scorte(l ,0 the at Cartlerville C. S. MOXLEY. Mcllenry. home and the offices of his newspa-De- r. seaport the Russians have left them, cl,(lren and oI(, nlen nre pIaced Irl Per Xtoroner Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Taylor and tll0 mcn Montreal Star, were to be ,or u tne auvaniage is to ..e pusneu the nrst raway the DR. A. B. RILEY. Springfield, 111., Sept. 3. Char? - ' ici,tcr. Miss Winona, snent Sun- ,n ,he rcar blown up; the death of Solicitor Gen- and an attempt made to swing back fro)n 1(. t0 c0 year, 0,d For Justice of the Peace ing with fixed bayonets, Company E. (lny al Mr, Dudley Leach's, of ML eral Melghan was next on the pro- the entire Russian lino on this front. oneg Wen ,ho tran starU le rcar Ninth Illinois Infantry, tonight ills- Hartford District On reach- Cnsant. carrlaBes artt uneoup,ed. gramme; then the Premier was to be creating an opening for an operation ED. SHOWN. pun-ea mob of moro than 1,000 j Irof Ezra Crowdcr and wife and assassinated, with the blowing up of jby land and water, with Petrograd ,ng thoJr llcBl,nilt,on thc families strike sympathizers which attacked Benver Dam District ( ilIo ,)aUKhter, Irene Taylor, spent mi2e thc,r .a, fate SAM L. STEVENS. the Parliament buildings to follow. as the objective. j n tho workmen of the regions the headquarters of the street rail- - Sunday night with Prof. Crowder'e t The plot to kill Lord Athelstan Ccntcrtown Riga, capital of the government of ,,een re. .way .company here, after wrecking fnther, Mr. Tom Crowder, of Mt. failed because Elle Lalumlere, one of Livonia, had a population of more of rourtra, anil MenIn have GEO. AT. ROWE. pleasant. nullt,onC(1. 2f0oo civilians have thus four street cars. the eleven men now under arrest In than 500,000 persons before tho war. ' Rockport District The rioters, most of whom had j nevlval meeting begins at MI. bee geUed am, conipelled t0 work reconnection with the conspiracy, Q. B. BROWN. was uic , .. trpiiphp " anu, asiue irum been celebrating Labor Day, broke peasant church on the 9th. moved the cartridges from the re- most important Russian commercial Bosine District In confusion before the bayonets and m volvers of the men who went tq way- and industrial town having access to W. C. DAUGHERTY. gunbutts of the soldiers. One man, NORTH SIDE SINGING NEGROES WHO SHOT lay him. Sulphur Springs District only the Baltic. It is situated at the CONVENTION SEIT. :i SOLDIERS AT LARGE bayoneted In the arm. was the The police say they now have clews southern extremity of the Gulf of W. S. DEAN. person reported seriously hurt. No which Indicate that the plots were Riga, a stretch of water 100 miles Fordsvlile District Tho Northern Division of the Ohio Lexington, Ky., Sept. 3. Military shots were fired. hatched by a person with strong long and sixty miles wide, Riga ly- B. P. RICE. Disorder began when the strike County Singing Convention will meet " "" German affiliations. Bartlett District ll TWlnfl and city police failed In their search sympathizers returned here from la- - on the fifth Sunday, Sept. 30, at Mt. li rt tnr n l 4me nrtlrtt wllfira lllfa J.".".. t,..wC -. tl, whn Inuf nlnlit B. C. RHOADS. port Is ,.,! . empties Into the Gulf. The All' vnru bor day exercises in Bloomlngtou. Carmel Church, near Buford. wlIT.n 'ind TRANSPORTATION OF NEW d icebound during virtually q jeffergonyje and Uen Attacking street cars in thc main leaders are requested nnd urged to ARMY PRESENTS BIG TASK of the year. It had a very large Eyans If soap gets much higher maybe nncteen 0'f Hopklnsvllle business district the mob removed- bring their choirs. A groat time is turn- expected. German population before the open Ky little Willie's ma will keen some of the former a private In Com- - motornien nnd conductors and Tho task which will confront tho Ing of hostilities, and it is Interest- G. P. JONES, Ch'm'n. it out of his eyes on bath days. nanv A Q(tfnnil If on t nnlrv InfnTitrv ed the cars loose on a hill, demolish-- 1 railroads of the country during the ing to note that It was founded In four of thera' The ,then, T0CCeA and tbe',atter a prIvat0'l Company Deep Knit IUl. When the Germans get to Petro - 'next thirty days, when It will lie 115S by German merchants as a Kentucky. Wllcoxson wns eu ,0 Ittho company headquarters, grad they may burn It, but its our necessary to move GS7.000 men of storehouse, the city passing through G, Third,l,n In Kansas a deep well struck roclc tutiimn ' "" nniiniitml nivi(nl r tftl HAPO tnn VJiul Itu .nir nt l.n Ini. n.i.l IVn.u - ..J ,, i.i.vw.D , . QH n f.i, linlnn. , ! . oa.wfnM.i w notion they won't find much to sack, the new National Army and 350,000 the control of various Northern, na- SilUL 111 11IU ,411 J ll.. tvti M"M oi me company nnu gaiuureu. .1 unit duii. i"i In the left ankle. penetrated COO feet of rock salt ,men of the National Guard to their tionalities during the enturles, un- Tlnth Inlitrpil mpn worn Inkon to guard of six soldiers stationed nt the nd revenue bill has various training camps, is indicated A compromise In beds from 5 to CO feet thick, nc- finally. In 1721. It was Incorpor- jMeph,B nospltal fof trcatmcnt building prevented the mob entering. been agreed upon, the total levy of ,by a communication which has been jtil ated with tho Russian empire. Its The Bullet In Evans' ankle has not but was powerless to check a fusllade cording to the United States Geologl- which, will be $1,280,000,000 upon 'received from the Washington commercial standing Is Indicated by of bricks which splintered the plate cal Survey, Department of the In- war profits. The whole levy is to headquarters by M. L. Akers, local the fact that it was the third sea- - yet been removed. The negroes ghiss windows and allowed the riot- - tcrlor. A largo area In this Stato vfin fiffn, ulinntlnr. nt tlin Rnlillpr. raise a total of $2,522,000,000. representative of the Railroad War port of Russia, only Petrograd by salt, which Is mined 'and no trttCoof tll0m ha8 bccn foun.1 ers to pllago the electric supplies on is underlain gome money, son, some money. Board. display, according to tho police. Re- - by many shafts and oftulned by Odessa exceeding It In Importance. njmtnry authortlcs havo (aken An lilp.i of the work which the .f Ejes On RIrji. 'every precaution to prevent any clash Inforccnients were called nnd dls- - pumping brine. Drilling for oil In Was the Mail Crerk removed from ' llrn,lls ,..,,, ,, caUed upon to do persed tho crowd. Rioting has been Texas nnd Louisiana has revealed The Germans long have had their , BollUe nni, neBroC8, tho one and only train a day, that tra- - Js cmpnasjze(1 by comparison of the eyes upon Riga, and at tho close of between tho presenco of tremendously thick beloyo t)mt tho uUack ,y intermittent for sevoral weeks, sinco doposlts omdals versed this 55 mile strip of country ,amy movement,ami the equipment of rock salt at a depth of n street car operatives went out on the great campaign of 1015. when' wng ,ho (llrect outcome for the purpose of saving extra fuel nce,ed t0 mQyQ but one floId amy of Poland was overrun and large sec-'gevcral gol. striko to enforce- - recognition of tm fw hundred feet. Thicknesses cf the tronb,o between for the R. R. Co.? Or was It because soooo men and thelr ef,upnient. ,... union. One policeman Iihh bcen kill- - 2,000 feet nre common, and ono drill , tlons of Russian soil occupied by the n Sfl,llr,,nv. the clerk aged so much with each!guch a unU requlres Cio29 cars hole passed through more than 3,- Teutonic forces, an effort was made a,mogt dovdoped lnt0 a raco rlot ed trln? 'made up Into 3CG trains, with a like ny Mem .Marsnai von mniieiiuuii, i Twenty arrests havo been made so 000 feet of rock salt. Most of tho poco h(lvo tno sUuat0I1 of locomotives and train break the line of tho Dvlna between Tho by the salt mado In Utah Is produced by Seven hundred and bl.xteen draft- number hand( and fear n(J more troub,Ci ho.A.. far by Sheriffs forces and crews. At tho same tlme.thero must Riga and Dvlnsk, 110 miles to the soldiers. Liquor obtained In Hloom- - evaporating the water of Great Salt ed men reached Camp Taylor Wedever. no Interruption to the transporta- southeast. The Russians at that time, Ington is charged by tho authorities Lako, and In California by ovaporat-wlt- h nesday, that being tho first appear- - bo sup- - however, wero able to hold their grip being responsible for the out- - iK sea water. These sources aro in mpn nt tlio npv Vntlnn- - tion of commercial frelght.war ItlMMKI) GOLD IN in,a nt ilin exhaustible, and tho limit of produc- aml ""Mongers, on the line, being aided by tho advent ! Army. MOUNDS l)reak A fellow by the name of ," OLD INDIAN At midnight tho city was quiet, but Hon by solar evaporation will thcre-of winter. During last year no serious Monk from Illinois was the first to For More Pay. Olllcers soldlers wero patrolling tho streets. foro nover bo reached. offensive was undertaken by tho Gertlgn tho roster. Guess that there Is Decatur. Ala., Sept. 1. Indian Officers of tho Kentucky Nation- mans on the Northern front, their ennot much in a name tho. mounds in this section will probably IIROTI1ER OF FORMER ,mxnw al Guard regiments are writing to ergies In tho Eastern war theater An 1LLI.NJL'I.. VP bo leveled by fortune seekers. CZAR UNDER ARRESI I() REPORT AT ONCE a rule wo nre for the women Adjt. Gen. Ellis' oflica for their being directed elsewhere In resisting Indian doctor recently told how a As "fogies." "Fogy" Is five years' ser-- it tho Brusslloff offensive and In tho doing Just about as they pleas, but party of Indians from tho Indian N.i Petrograd, Sept. I. Grand Duko Frankfort, Ky., Sept. 3. . District Rumanian campaign, looks to us as tho somo of that vice, and for each "fogy" army .; , tlon in Oklahoma nuu como into 1110 , Mlclmol Alexandrovilch. brother if m been'cers aro given an Increase In pay. "";ir ,8..' " "" " " of "shomales" who havo nrn 'Tennessee Valley and removed a III I1UCU ll ClillllllUa LUilL .1IUVU lllli- - the former Emnoror. ' a,l 1,1s wlfo rn.n,.I,o.la nt MATP5TTP5 now trying to do picket du- - Tile rulo heretofore has applied onnnd are Ml',co, ull,lor - anntlty of gold from ono 01 tno rrBt ,u moUBh namM for tho,mvo llu0" ly at the Whltehouse. many of whom. ' t regulars and volunteers, but tho sold through the personal reconnnen, ... .....i .... ,,,ni iriiiiiii'viiun wiiii counter rovoiu- use them and .1.... dutlons of people who ' "" have beon making spectacles of them- - word got around that continuous Every year, during tho late sum- tloimry Mot recently unearthed. Iftwiur flint tltnv cnn mwl ltnkn lintter. ; lull! niij ui( uiv ic- - i should lock up and go home, vice In the National Guard will count . ..... ... . savu rupuu u- - mor. thoro are rumors o t Iiwllnnu "u SUl l i iiiiuuua . . iuui, .nni Arrnnl iw in Hi.. ri.i " i n.iln ' ""'' " '"" 'v'" Increasing tho pay of olllcors uuru iukh ,.,,,1,,.. llnqilOllt. country Is getting tired of such i Tho i liiysmriuuKiy h iniuiius also has been their regiments Into poiuos. Come to our storo during grounds of tho vibiiiiik - drafted with Tho following cliunges have littun Btiiff and thoso womon aro only hurtChorokeos for tho moan a the week coinoncing Monday, Sept McUrackan rortl(h, In local boards: iriK the cuso of women generally. Federal service, and it will "f rocovorliiK Bold Tho , '! incroaso for many of the oldor 3d. and the MAJESTIC export will county, John Brooks, vlco 11. L. by tholr modo of procedure. ".llin" IIIUKms, . Roavee; Marlon . ' .. county, Dr. I. T. ones. Col. Jouett Henry, of the tell you why tho MAJESTIC Is tlio "Mon without laud aro a mob, nnd .. Campbell, vice Dr. V. 11. Unhurt; land , m. railroad, known as the M. II. Third, for Instanco, would draw ?B,-- j .Chainpton nmong range.. Tills without mon Is a wildurnaes." ., E. P. BARNES & BRO. of $ 1,000, as ho has ... .," & B., is some CC miles In length. It 000 iiutouil MuhleuburK county. Dr. h. P. V ,'hltt- "Itullrimdliig Is not Ilka polltic; and C. W lloark. vice Dr. T. J. the competent a fertile country, for tho been Jn beyond the twenty-yea- r traverses ..... .T7TT.rr7:..M,M hurled their uol.1. roaring their white kw man wins." ..; part. The people ship and re- - lod. which draws tho maximum al- - ,m......w ,nU it frnm iiu.,. Slaloii nnd J. A. Giluiaii; Adair COllllMllfllinrnrB "Tho spur of necessity Is a rich ' in mum ia niMLiinn, . ty.JooA.Conober.vloeS.il. Mltch- - heritage." of their freight over thin lowed. colve all t ' i oll; Konton county, B. F. Davison, road and, if thoy over go anywhere.1 "A man must make up his ntliul Hlnule Airplane ISoinbetl Kent. Washington, Sept. 3. How Bel- they are mom generally forced to MARRIAGE LICENSE ISSUED Loudon, Sept. 3. Ono person was vlco T. II. Hoblis. that If ho tukes another man's dolStan families captured by Germans be-- 1 SINCE OUR LAST REPORT Hunt some other means of travel, lar he must give back to him an honaroaeunrated by trickery and the kllloil uud six were, injurwl by bombs BALD ItNOII. ouum they oau't get anywhere and est return." dropped In tho tiorlal raid over llast to Ver- - men forceil to work In trenohos un- -' Jeselo Day, Flint Springe, glieukl they euceeed 1h getting away Sepl. 5. -- Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Tay- dar shell firo is told .In a coiiimunl- - Kont Inst night, It Is unnouncaii om- . .. .1 "HI -- ., ..... !. - I ttflfll korne they can't get hack, so, lee im,liw, Flint Springs. Convilliijj. ..ii, lor .....,. Ill .1 ir.,... ..,.... tn l"" iibI. e nl v. Tie attack was mado by a .. nnu uuuuiuii, in. -.... HII . . . I" .. ' . . l.,oA. U. Rial. Hartfonl, to Mrs. lieu- - uuimn lBl JIU.IO yvltal is the use for suek a railroad, i ouum ...! tmupie unuw as much as thoj ' m..i.. k single airplane and was dlrootel no giau I ogation People resWing In the lower portion )li liurdon, R. 1. Hartford. Miss Fannie Mae Smith spent think they know they'd be oveu "The civilian, evacuated by thu against the Important chunnel port and at tte eeHHty. within ilfht at the Gtta Gahbort. Sunnydalt, to Ble enemy from Laageawrck, Stnaon.El- - 'of Dover. bamruuy i.urM uores man tnoy are. rallraM eak't pelW.v oeme to Hart- - h. Cox, K. 1, Hertford, 4 Pigs Patriotism and Profit -- JSZKwJSZXZ.to, tr iw rLrair' I o Dis-tric- GLENMORE DISTILLERIES CO., OWENSBORO, Inc. ( ::JAfc es 1 ' .,. ,,, vl. . g. j . , i j I I .- one-thir- ..' f, ,, 1 noa ,nfv ... 1 Bitli I 1? "" " , of ,.., A-.- offl-bun- - ser-FBlv- ' I ,11 n.. ."'.," io n.-....,- '"'""I-lMulovltc- "" ar-uin- do per-IM- ............... Is ".. '...'..., ..", .,. ,.. ,,, I ..,.. ... 1'J ""hi.. ....., I MIm Hettie Riley returned XI NOW READY Our advance shipment of Fall Coat Suits and Ladles' Cloaks are hero and ready for your Inspection. They from a visit to friends and rel atives in Owensboro. Hartford Lodge No. C76, F. & A. M,, held an Interesting session Wednesday evening. The E. P. degree was conferred upon two candidates. Prucilla Rucker, an aged and re spected colored lady, died at her home in Hayti Sunday and was burled In the cemetery there on Monday. W. N. Stevens and W. S. Tlnsley have been appointed as members of the Ohio County Board of Election Commissioners for the ensuing year. f i i; I IP coma in all shades, and in materials that aro unmatchablc price. chango ty. In in uality and ffllt Theo above cut shows some styles, but decidedly pret- Trices will run from i T we are In $12.50 to $35.00 Fall Millinery Millinery is also in our Our advance styles in Ladles' Kail house; so if for any reason you aro In a rush for your fall outfit a position to meet your requirements. It not ready to buy come in any way and acquaint yourself with the new styles. Buy at Home, Consider Your Home Merchant, and remember that It pays to trade with a house that saves you mooey. 72&S-Co-. Charlio King, of Central Gtty rarne up Sunday for a few hours stay with his parents. SEPTEMBER 7 Fill DAT Mrs. Will Wallace and son, Wilbur, of Fordsvllle, spent Thursday U, H. & BT. h. R. R. TIME TABLE. with Mrs. Tom Wallace. No. 113 due at Ellmltch 8:32 p. m. Those good eats the kind that No. 110 due at Ellmltch 7:30 a.m. Betty's Restp.m. tickles tho palate at 3:40 No. 112 Lv. Ellmltch 6t4 aurant, Betty's old stand. Ar. Irvlngton . 6:36 p.m. Pearl Sandefur, of R. 3, Hartp.m. Lv. Irvlngton ... 6:66 has been In The Republican Ar. Louisville . 7:40 p.m. ford, office this week, with a helping hand. 8:36 a.m. Lv. Louisville Ho. Mr. HoyTLrTaylor, who formerly Ar. Irvlngton ...10:06 a. m. resided here, has Joined the Officers' Lv. Irvlngton ...10:40 a.m. Ar. Ellmltch .... 1:04 p. in. Training Camp, at Ft. Oglethorp, Ga. M., H. & E. R. R. TIME TABLE. Rev. Russell Walker, of Stephens-por- t, Bouth Bound, No. 116 will deliver a sermon at the lo8:46 a. m. Due at Hartford cal Baptist church next Sunday mornBound, No. 114 North 6:66 p. m. ing. Due at Hartford (Both "Mixed Trains.) , Mr. Glenn Barnes' and 'Miss Myrtlo Lashbrook motored to Owensboro yesterday, returning In tho afternoon. Messrs. James Nance and A. K. Personal News Andorson, with their families, "went to Owensboro Saturday, returning I and Social Euents, Sunday. AVAXTEI)A7ikTndl of Junk, hides, wool, feathers and roots. D. L. D. SANDEFUR, See Eck Rial for Kindling Wood. Ctf Beaver Dam, Ky. SeptemEsq. Mack Cook, of Arnold, ReTho Kentucky State Kalr publican uoinlneo for County Judge, ,, ber John MaTtin. of Olaton, was here was In town Tuesday, shaking hands with friends. yesterday. MUFCo., for Lime, Arthur Petty fs"backat his old See Hartford stand, serving those delicious lunches Plaster and Cement. ' Ho Is also putting out tho coldest Mr. W.'ErEHIs was in Louisville Ctl drinks In town. week. on business this purchased an Mr. M.LHeavrin Wanted To trade horso for cow automobile while In Owensboro last OH CARSON. and calf. U. S. week and ho, with Mrs. Heavrln, reRock-por- t, Mr. Janios I Clark," of South turned In their now car. was horo last Monday. Berry D. Walker, of Co. H, 3rd ' of Millport, Ky. Inlt., located at Lexington, spent Garllold Barnard"; spout from Saturday until 'Monday last wcok-en- d horo with his motlior, . here. Mrs. II. D. Walker, and family. ' Mrs. Kd"dIiTl'nnnur. of "Fordsvlllo Mrs. Alice" Lynch half purchased is the guost of Mrs. Tom Wullcq this tho residence at(d drug business of week. J. B. Canan at Olaton. Mr. Canau (3. DavirUoyuiTof Fordivlllo, was will likely remove to Fordsvlllo. on old in town Monduy. calling Whon )og"brroiuly to cover that frlands. building ot yours don't forgot whoro Mr. Martin H.'Collins", o(,Moiuphls. you oun get tho boht Roollng for the ACTON BROS. Tfjiui., wan hdra thU week visltiiif, loust money. Potty's Itaetaiiraut, conducted by reJatlvos. Jr., of Dawson Arthur himself, U solving the W. B. "Wright, Springs. Is visiting his Iftr, Mr. 0. lunche llko you mod to net thoro ' v Otl Yos, the drinks aro ice oold. K. Smith. Watch our advertisements in this Mr. C. T. Whlltinauiu, oi iinlor, was In town on business last paper for full particular of how the children ean receive a nice souvenir wck'0iid. be- r8S aeroplane on Tuesday afternoon Mild 10(1 top VYir Timothy . see AC'TO.V tween 3 mid 5. ..,.,.1 H mice. It E. P BARNES & BRO. iota BROS, Hatrford Hartford Republican. -- Ill 10-1- 6. imu-.k- EJV V - when calls? We Dr. W. B. Arraendt, after spending several days with his sister, Mrs. are ready to serve the trade needed things Henry Henshaw, above town, returned to his homo In Owensboro last things in Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Dress Monday. Miss Elizabeth Nelson, of Bandana, Trimmings, Notions, Floor Coverings, Overhas matriculated in Hartford College. Miss Nelson Is a niece of Mra. alls, Hosiery, Clothing, Shoes and Hats. J. A. Duke and Dr. J. R. PIrtle, of this place. Wagons: The' COLUMWoRonn BUS Wagon Is the best. Just received a car load. Come to see me. Mr. Dorman Hurt, residing about LUTHER CHINN, two miles north of Horton, lost his Our buyer has returned from the market Beaver Dam, Ky. dwelling and most of the contents, inall Something dofng-time at cluding $60 in currency, by Are on the where he purchased an immense stock of our MAJESTIC RANGE DEMON- last Saturday, Just before noon. The our store. Are Btarted from a defective flue, It STRATION this week at the newest creations, all of the newest Better not miss it. is thought. The property was insurE. P. BARNES & BRO. ed In part, so we are informed. weaves and styles. Our goods are arriving Mr. Estill Kitchens, of near town, The expert from the MAJESTIC has purchased a farm in McLean factory who will have charge of daily, and we can show you lots of new county, adjacent to Calhoun and will the SPECIAL MAJESTIC DEMON move on same at the end of this t STRATIOX during the week corn- things already, and there are more comyear. mencing Monday, Sept. 3d, will exMiss Maurine Martin, W. S. Tlns- - pect to see every boy and girl at our ing. ley and Mrs. TlnBley and son, Glenn, store between 3 and 5 in the after-wer- o guests of Mr. and Mrs. Nat ' noon. Watch our advertisement In Lindley and family, Pt. Pleasant, last this paper for further particulars We are better prepared to serve you than ever, Sunday. I it tells how to get a MAJESTIC High Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Barnett, who .Flyer free. and we Invite you to call and examine our have been vlsltlifg relatives in Lit Filmore Gossett and John Moore, tleton, Col., and various points of in- - brothers-in-laengaged In an old stock. tercst In the West, will arrive home fashioned combat, in front of the court house here last Monday during sol- - the sale of the Master CommissionMr. C. C. Brown, an dler, of Fordsvllle, was here Wed- er. Gossett and Moore had not been nesday before the U. S. Board of on the best of terms for some time Pension Examiners, on orders of the perhaps, having been on opposite sides of questions relative to the set- Pension Department. Mrs. R. T. Collins, who has been tIemcnt f an estate ln wn,ch they spending her vacation ln Michigan were both interested. No serious Z2TCCI5:rC3X.A.TED with her husband, R. T. Collins, who damage was done either of the met. It looks very much like that we Is with the Du Pont Powder Co., re- are going to have a bumper corn turned homo last Monday. Mr. Dudley Westerfleld, accompan- - harvest through this section this time ,f' naven't a wagon or wag- led by Mrs. Wetserfield, left yester - .80 ons sufficient to harvest your crops day for Bowling Green, where Mr, Westerfleld will take the Elementary in this time don't wait to borrow your neighbor's wagon when he gets courso in the State Normal. through (harvesting, but go and buy Ash-broAt a sale of Durocs at the Lulu Belle Wallace, Octavla Barnett an Owensboro Wagon the best on HARTFORD TOBACCO Stock Farm, Pembroke, Ky., the and Victoria Taylor, of Caneyville; for the least money, from market recently, $400 was paid for a boar Eliza Gay and Posey Funk, of 'Cloar ACTON BROS., by Cherry Tip and the next highest WAREHOUSE IS SOLD Run; Lalu Wallace and Ava Wester10t2 Hartford, Ky. price, $270, was for a sow. fleld, of Fordsvllle. Many good A party In charge of B. L. times were enjoyed during the week, Rev. S.EHarlan, paitor of the Hoover, representing the Interstate local Christian church, Is conduct Commerce Commission, making a PROPERTY BRINGS $4,550 3. B. not the least of which werethe watermelon feasts. All went away with ing revival services at Hanson. Re survey and appraisal of Railroad WESTERF1ELD THE PURfond recollections of the week spent ports, so far, are to the effect that property, spent from CHASER. last Thursday at "Uncle Tom's." interesting meetings are being held. afternoon until Tuesday evening in ) "-Mr. John M. Coombs, a railway this section. Their car was left on Call For First Men Postponed. mall clerk on the Monon, who re the elding here during that period. The stockholders of the Hartford S. O. Ksown, chairman of the local sides in Louisville, was the guest ot Mr. G. W. Feagin, who was the en- Tobacco Warehouse Co. were called Exemption Board, received a telehis nephew, W. H. Coombs, and Mrs. gineer in charge ot construction of together here on last Saturday for gram on last Monday, of which tho Coombs Wednesday and Thursday. the M. H. & E., and now with the L. the purpose of either celling or rent- following Is a copy: Sallle Carter was recently adjudg & N. R. R. Co., is with the I. C. C. ing the warehouse. At their morn"Do not send men on the fifth of ed a lunatic, or person of unsound representatives while upon this road. ing meeting it was decided to sell the month. Hold men in readiness mind, at an Inquest hold in County The party went from here to Sunny- - the property at 1 o'clock p. ni., to until further notice. Your board, to the dale, Court and was ebmraitted the highest bidder, when J. B. Wes- - will not be expected to send men un- Western Kentucky Asylum for the terflcld, the tobacconist of Fords- - tu after tho elghteontn day of thl3 SALE! Insane. ville became the purchaser, for the month. ADJT. GENERAL." For that good range stove you are 1 Saturday, September 15, 1917, at sum of $4,550.00. The sale was o'clock p. m., on Midway Farm, 3 unanimously ratified. Mr. Westergoing to buy soon, come In and let J. M. WADE. us show you our new line wo have miles South of Hartford; 3 miles fleld has had years of experience ln J. M. Wade, a respected farmer, West of Beaver Dam; 3 miles North the tobacco business, having been enJust placed upon our floor. Can save of McIIenry. I will offer for sale 45 gaged In the manufacture of the weed died at hJ home, near Dukehurst, on you money by buying from us. last Sunday at 3 p. in., as a result ot head of Southdown Sheep to the high- for some time at Fordsvllle. ACTON BROS. 10t2 tuberculosis. Mr. Wado was near CO est bidder. The sheep will be sold In years of age and Is survived by ono Tho Christian Sunday School gave bunches of 5 and 10 head, also ln a FOR SALE. daughter and three sons, Mrs. Wm. a picnic at the home of Mr. and Mrs. 'flock. Theso sheep should not leave To the highest Hardin, ot Deanfleld, and Chester, W. J. Bean on last Friday, from 10 rm tho county, as they are good breed-- 1 .niius, .!. in..imviiiu Alvey and Wayman Wade. Tho reiu i. imu-ia. m. until 4 p. m. A most enjoya- ing stock, and we are short of sheep Property nnd one business lot on mains were ble time was spent by those ln at- in the county. When wool Is 75c burled in tho Deanfleld Main street, in Beaver Dam, October burying grounds on tendance. last Monday. I'vi ifuuuu tiliu jnutua iui jici fiuuim, 1, 1917, 1' p. m. Messrs. P. S. Lashbrook and SOU, smlu,,)n.iv will Knr ml snmn mon 10t4. E. G. AUSTIN. MILLIONAIRES LABOR AT Rufus, havo purchased the farm of to miy tn(s stocji mm TRAINING STATION Logan H. Combs, ot near Prentiss. j w, a,g0 se m gO0(1 .yo-- STRONG FACL'LTV TOR Mr. Combs Is now In Mississippi UuU WEST KENTUCKY SEMINARY good This bull is gentle and of Los Angeles, Sopt. 1. Out on San prospecting and will llkoly locate In disposition and good breeder. I that Stato West Kentucky Seminary, Beaver Pedro Bay, at the United States Naon day of sale. Terms made known Training Station, today ajo many Mr. nnd Mrs. Alton Haynes and Remember tho date and be sure to be Dam, opened last Monday with n val Many patrons and millionaires, rubbing shoulders with largo enrollment. daughters, Virginia nnd Alta May, there. W. II. RHOADS, friends of tho school, together with their estate carotakers and trying to. Hartford, Ky. after visiting Mrs. R. E. Haynes and ' o the entire school board betnc ores- - forget they aro owners of fine yachts dauchtor, Miss Beatrlco, for a few automobiles, bo ent. 'Much Interest was manifested t aml days, returned to thoir homo in Ow- ASKS FOR RELEASE OF MAN WHO INJURED HIM and West Kentucky Seminary ap-- , caus0 tUe, nro sorlous ,n tllls war ensboro last Monday. pears assured of the best school yeur i business ot Uncle Sam. A good rain foil In this community ou can l I"CK u!om out "auso Frankfort, Ky., Sept. 4. Homy during Its entire history. Tho facul- nn Tnnailnv. nfrnmnntilori bv nulto a Campbell, who was mutilated by a. ty Is com posed this year of tho fol- -, "u "'"" 8 clol"'"R s """r man an-Cnvnr., win,! whirl. i.Ihw down nulto B. Clioutc, of Graves county, has lowing E. Tartar, Supt.; Sirs. 0tn0r'8! J"011 call,t tflI1 tll0, at meris a lot ot corn, tobacco and thoy eat with tho relish of n a request for Choato's par-- , E. E. Tartar, Principal; Ellis Sande-- , Jmel Some co mini it is 1 le f",0 '""' A delegation fro... Graves co,,.,- - fur 7tll ad 8th Grades; C. K. Car- - bryfltl,ui1 "avo ,ab0l liih broken down in twonty-fou- r "' ",0 l composed of A. L. Brand. II. A. BOn, 5th and Ctl. Grades; Miss Nina ' Tho real estate, noto. , lafo .fir- hour, of tho day. , M n noUfleU gll, s 4( ara flr nlture'aud flxturos of tho McHonty don Johnson and Julian Choato, of In tho words ot Capt. J. C. Cant- Addlo Taylor, 1st and 2nd Grades; Rowan Hickman, Bunk sold well, oxecutlvo officer of the school Stanley this Mls Myrlu Peck. Music V. called on Gov. , .... o .cw. ....-- n, ,,.,, "They aro all Juit nu.HMJuu. innriiliiir In linlniir nf fhoato. In Ita t court Iioum door on utonor. at the Americans, tho fluent in the country, on a,nmng t,e sentallC0, thei vtm HALE REGISTERED ROAR. mm woiiunj. miM.M.i. u iuiu. ui ..- - Co( . 0( Almon,g mM 10 trying to do thoir patriotic duty, and Piide's Handsouio 23C743. choate's de- 2ac-75- feW was that Cuiiipbell had do-- " mouths, bred In Pennsylvania, of the wo do not propose that some of thorn singled out, dIstrolngly, ' Kxperleueo In thousands of home muChed his wlfo and it so affected 'noted Pride family of Berkshire, hat proved that tho MAJEbilC Is IllB mimi lia wug not losnonsb- - having served purpose for which pur-- , umylw, to thomselviM. But they are thre. Scuds oi tho ono raugo thnt gives real satis- Choato was son- - ohatwd Is offer! at J?:I."S. 0 for ,g conduct. 'em. Secloty fnvorltee. Knough to fuollon mid outs down the cost of llv- - tenc04j to throo years' Imprisonment JOHN T. JACKSON. .q- Rookport, Ky. kmau. a popular summer retort. And lug. An oxport from tho MAJES - j anno me swooi w young, jihikui,; Seeds Farm Seed- -. &. TIU factory will bo at our store dur- I KnJoyablu Week. from the material at work and the Rye, timothy, rod top, crimson, roil, week commencing Monday, lug the Mr. and Mrs. Tout Wwllact, near advancement already made. It pio.r- Sept. 3, and will show you why the alslke and swoet clover seed for sow- Hartford. gave a house party last Ises to be one of the best tralni" " MAJESTIC Is the only range for ing. Prices right. & BRO. W. E ELLIS ,0U wttlt The gutsts were. Mlsaw btations in thv lountry E. P. BARNES & BRO. you. 1 Jno. F. Wheeler, Byron Williams, Archie Brown, Robert Mason, Archlo Autry, Wm. If, Selbert and Godfrey Barnard, all of Co. II, 3rd Inft. Ky. N. G,, arrived at their homes here In tho county Wednesday on a five days leave of absence. Mrs. Elizabeth Porter, 'who has been residing with her son, Circuit Court Clerk, A. C. Porter, for a year or more, left recently for L. C. Porter's, where she will make her home In the future. Mr. Porter resides In this county near Llvermore. We shall have a pleasant surprise for all children who visit this store between 3 and 5 on Tuesday afternoon during tho MAJESTIC DEMONSTRATION WEEK. All children are Invited. Watch our advertisements for further particulars. E. P. BARNES & BRO. Messrs. Seth and Hardin Riley.who have positions in Steubenville, Ohio, will arrive hero Monday o tako the examination before the local Exemption Board. They will spend sever-day- s with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Riley, and other relatives while here. Are You Prepared? Ready to serve your country it just I I Carson Si Go. J Hartford, Ky. 7" ok ( iii, m ...........,..' I d soven-passeng- I E. Sons co.b.: , ,,.' Z..i.i; asl , .,.. , -- , I ..i.UMmiMi,.m jijuij! mu'i,1 ijji m ui .mm V VI 111 bread Is distributed daily to each person by the Amerlean Belief Commission. Tho residents of Ostcnd, he adds, A Gulf Tort, AugWst 38. The capture and destruction of a German are depressed by misery, bat nro al8abnvarinc by an Aiaerlcan destroyer ways hopoful of victory. Tho genBy Ileani For Grain. The (tory of the new Durban uper-rhef- tt and the killing of four members of eral morale of the population is is t.ld in full for the first Washington, D. C. For the Inforsubmarine's crew who had board- good. time by Lutlur Durbnk in tho 9ej-t- e the bcgln-nin- g ed a British steamer it reported by mation of farmers who ro nber number of Orchard and Farm DO Jl'STICU, KOOHKrKI.T to grow eoy beans for grain of Los Angeles. Durban', chosen William "Raymond Brown, an AmeriMH.HSAiikC TO TKOOI'ft seaman, who arrived here yesntthen than for hay, and who are 1 ni(llum of publicity. After referr-fMnill- can terday aboard a British steamer. with tho handling of the jng j0 0me unauthorized and New York', Sept. 1. Theodore According to the story told by under the former onditlon, founded stntenacnU that have been Brown the submarine emerged near Roosevelt, at the request of the New the United States Departmeit of Ac- published about the new whent in came York Bible Society, which is trying Durlxink tells tlio steamer, but soon after she riculturo will shortly publish Farm certain newspajDers, destroyer to pat a copy of the Scriptures In the Soy what the new grain is and what It alongside, the American "Harvesting Bulletin, ors hands of every American fighting up and destroyed the Beans for Seed." The demand for can be oipected to do whon seeded came After the submarine was destroy- man, has sent the following message these seeds for use in tho production in common soil. "The small field of who had previously gone thru tho organization to the soldier of oil, feed cake, and other bean this new wheat .which was grown ed, the men increasing and this swson?' he says, "has been tin aboard the llrltslh steamer tried to and sailors of the nation: products is rapidly "The teachings of the New Testa the farmers of the United Sates wonder of thousands of people, from take charge of the vessel. One of the German ofllcers was ment are foreshadowed in Mlcnh's" de- almost every State, who have seen it. nre preparing to meet this 'What more doth tho Ixird was verse: mand. They have marvelled at tho beauty hit on the head and killed as he growth, the uni- of the growing grain and the slae going to tho engine room and three require of thee than to do Justice, and The character of to love inerey, nnd to walk humbly form maturing habits and the heavy Tind perfect uniformity of tin head.) others were killed in the fight tlut with thy God?" soy beans, says which nre very white, square, well followed. need, yields of the "Do Justice; and therefore fight Brown said that only 'two Gerthe bulletin, contribute to th ease filled, and average a little over 4 mans remained aboard the submarine valiantly against the armies of Gerrecommend the inches in lensth. Of harvesting and came alongside the steam- many nnd Turkey, for these nations plants for seed productloi. The "Oh good common valley soil It after she In this crisis stand for tho reign for which attend produeed 49.SS bushels an acre, and er. many disadvantages The Germans who were not kill Moloch and Beelzebub on this earth. the harvesting of cowpeas for seed as It has all been raised from a sin"I.ove mercy; treat prisoners well, nre not commoa to the soy bean. gle kernel, It is perfectly clean and ed in the fight on the steamer were succor tho wounded; treat every turned over to the destroyer as prisWhen grown for grain alone the uniform In all respects, all ripening woman as If sho wure your sister; oners. chattering of the pods of the soy at the same time)." mrs for the llttlo children, nnd be bean Is a serious fault and liexperl- As to the character of the new Great Knltli In CtinmhcrLalri'a. Col It-- tender with old and helpless. growers are likely to sastaln says: enced heat, Buraank And Diarrhoea Kcaiedy. "Walk humbly; you will do so If n heavy loss of seed through lack of well, and the "It resists "Chamberlain's Colic and Diar- you study the life and tetichlnes of knowledge and Improper handling straw though long, is rigid, and is was used by my fath- the Savior. n plant. The shat- not subjeet to lodging. It may, like rhoea Remedy of the "May the God of Justice and mercy er about a year ago when he had diartering varies with tho varieties of all other California-grow- n wheats, rhoea. It relieved him Immediate- - have you in His keeping." -- ' ml.nnl WAIT hflWAVftr. With Tf l t ... ma nil 4Va haan .1 by taking three doses he wa-- t . most varieties to give special atten- - WBeats are sown here in the 77. to I , . . . , fall I pre be harvested by next summer. .. wrltcg tion as maturity approaches to ,n Ul,g remed w. -Mrs. FOR FLETCHER'S vent serious losses from this cause. In telling how he prodnoed tho , ,anl8 stan,ev x T Tiiue of Harvesting. super-wnea- i, miru.uiK s.uu n is mc In general, the best time to har- - result of ten years of "careful and AKIIOX GKTTIXG TO BR vest, except whore special bean liar- - expensive work," which have proved l'OKT FOR MISSING IF.V KWISS FOOD I MOTS vesters are used.is when about thre-Jt- 0 j,im that all grain crops may be CAUHK SKVKNTV ARKF.STK fourths of the leaves have fallen grefltly Improved not only in quanti-nn- d Akron, O., Sept. 1. Akron is the most of the pods have turned ty, uut jn uniformity and quality. As city of mlsng lovers. Berne, Switzerland, Ang. 31. Sevcolor. If cut at an earlier stage the t0 njs practlcetIn grain improvement Thousands of men flock to get em enty pereons, Including ten foreignplants are dlfflenlt to cure properly, 'anJ jn tue production of tho new ployment in the many big Industrial ers, were arrested (Turing demonstrat, the yield will be lessened ma- he says: plants here, leaving behind wives, tions here yesterday, in protect terially on account of the Immature "First I socure quantities of the sweethearts and relatives. Some of against the high eost of living. Thorn . . "I I n(UMt r """"' " "" Buii. w" "' Ulu" linHrl If ilia best variety 01 wneaiy:om uanaua, them )lo not RlTe thelr corTect were several collisions between tht' plants are allowed to become too the Unlted statM, Mexlco England. nanles outhorltlM haTe found. T manifestants and the police. ripe the pods will shatter before be- - Frajlce, Norway, Italy. Argentina, dty rooming houses are filled with ing cut, and much seed will be lost. AllstrallR aid New Zealand. THB LADIES' HOM& JOLTINAL These men ..who have a pa!t .. When special harvesters are used lojarc flr8t sWTiU to obtaIn the'larg- THE SATURDAY HTENING POST Letters pour ,nt0 thepolIce c,ller, Bather he seed, the plants mast ebt kernels. Thls, thoBBh not quite1 omco aM ,m t0 locate ..John and THE COUNTRY CENTLHMA reach ful maturity to obtain the best as soientinC( a9 tho lareest grains are Smlth who deMrtcd h,B famlIv.. or wish to seeurc the sjNire time of f results- man or woman to act as Ipoal repre sometimes produced by the poorest- - j. . who pr0miSed t0 marry" Method .of llaneMlnR. producing ptants. Is the best plan And they are rarely found, for the Eoatative in Hartford and vicinity Various methods of harvesting the with foreign wheats. Then each Sm,thB.. como ,n drovcs and looking after ttie renewals of thch erop are in use in differeat sections rlot. Is carefully hand-pickeselect- -' the move about from ono roornlril. many subscriptions In this section, where the wy bean Is grown large- - nc only those wheat berrlo8 which house to another and the poll.e have and Introducing thce publication? The crop are of mUorm goIor. largo size and ly for seed produ.t on. to new readers. Payment will b a hard Urae t , t0 ,ocate them. mny be cut with ordinary machines, well rounded, full and complete in made in salary' &nd commission. Pro telf-rak- e reapers, sen Binders, or all respects." ".VOOKSHI.NKH" TURNS; vious experience is desirable but no' oven with scythes, corn knives, or, Burbank says two of these s. WHKCKS ILLICIT STIIX essential. For details address, wltl The beans also may be har- - ties are tnen cr0ssed, and by this references, Box 054, THE CURTU vested witn a special nean narvest- - lneans varieties are obtained In the i Gulon. Ark., Aug. 25. Moonshine PUBLISHING COMPANY. Indepond cr which gathers the grain from the second and succeeding generations, j whisky Is disappearing from the Oz- - ence Square, Philadelphia. 17t2 Itanding plants. A man regarded as the plon- and bometimes valuable new qual-jark- s. When the plants nre cut before ties of the two varieties are not only Jeer moonshiner of this section has d maturity they are cured in shocks combined, but are accentuated. The voluntarily destroyed his allowed to remain in the field crossed varieties do not become quite i Ion copper still, which has run ac- until a convenient time for thresh- - unform un; after several selections cording to. his estimate, 10,000 gal ing. If thoroughly dry when they and Ions of liquor since he put It In use selections. " rT may be housed and threshed later. He says tne new wheat is a combl- - soon after thd Civil War. Thru all Thrashing. ,Vuj nation of one o fthe best Italian the years the still was not found by Thrashing may be done with an wheats and a popular Australian va- - the "revenuers." Having been converted to prohibition, the moonshinordinary grain separator, but if this rlety( the "come-back.- " is, perhaps, the er called his friends and told them machine is used it must be altered "The 'come-bac- k' homewhat to prevent the cracking of best Australian wheat known," he he was thru. Then he hacked up the the. beans. In some cases a special sayS( and n ray selections for yield still and sold the copper as Junk. net of thin concaves is used for and other good qualities has reap- - His name is being withheld so that t.'u ashing beans ind in other in pearpd oftener than any other va- - 'ho will not be prosecuttd by th """si-.- w ! Government, ..'.--r' btances some of the concaves are rc r(,ty," 't'iS.i&moved. Good Judgment on the pa:t; j ?eeard to seeding, Burbank says A taiek old fashioned FOOD SCARCK IN OSTKND, Vf ihe thrasherman will enable hl-that 40 to 50 pounds of seed an acre, SAYS GKRMAN DFSERTER remedy for worms. to adjust tne ordinary separator so wm grve t)ie best results with this Seveaty.Bve yean contuiu. . that the beans ma bg tjirashgd with new grajn, f; -Havre, Sept. 1. Milk, butter, eggs in use U ike Mtt iMtimonU! Tittle Kplltting. Spoclal pea and bean' FRBY'S VERMIFUGE cm and vegetables are not obtainable In teparator are on tho market ana o8er you. Find Mosaic Ti ensure. Ostend, Belgium, according to a advisable when their use may be S3 from the Gerinan army who Cairo, Sept. 1. A fine mosaic of w3 Mp tnp th bltU aaa hapT largo acreages of the beans are to mi hlthT. Is scarce, thoroughly dry, soy the early Sixth Century Christian has arrived here. Meat 25c. botuc ftt yew cnifffM or be handled. If Ifliral oi. m if.rouj it At been discovered by Brit- and when obtainable tho administra'lupplr 7u. vnJ to Mm koi 25c beans can be thrashed with a flail. U Church has 75 in iUmr'Mx' "& J" acreage Is to bo thrash- ish troops In Palestine, northwest of tion of the commune distributes only a small tk prainptljr. person. works recently oc- - grammes weekly to each ed an acre or so this method is Beershabe, under E. & S. FREY, a Coffee, he says, brings 2. francs a nrnrtlcablo and economical. In a cunied by tho Turks. It liears BALTIMORE. MO. Graeeo - Syrlc inscription referring to j kilogram and sugar is not obtain few sections a corn shredder has been . grammes of L u able. Three hundred used to advantage in thrashing beans, a baint ucorae. uoaes w. Tho mosaic has If properly cured and dried out, the beneath the mosaic. Injured by T urklsh beans shell out very readily with such been somewhat trench ll'Eeine. but is, nevertheless, u mnchine specimen. It is stored here tup ,traw obtained from thrash- - a ing soy beans for ?eed is a valuable for the present feed for all kinds of stock. In many NOTICE. bectlons the straw Is baled at the lime of trashing and sold to livery Wo again call tho attention of our men, dairymen, and btock feeders. reader to the fa:t Hint The Repuh- Ktoragu of Seed, . Urn ii uill nubllsli no communication1 . n ,, seed spoils rather eas-- 1 As 0 nulhor, Fcw h Says 65 year Old Kentucky Lady, Who Tells How She Was Relieved lly If not properly handled, care ahS ,ult uonjmous articles is tihould bo exercised In curing and inie not recehed and It I not our de-- I After a Few Doses of Black-Draugh-t. ttorlng. After the beans aro thrash-- 1 sire to hull newsy Items into the ed they should be watched carefulwasto basket. Tills auouiuoili com. ly to avoid heating and molding. niuiiicatlon rule Is stated each week " Cynthia doses of Ky. Mrs. McadorsvilJe, dry there Is no, When thoroughly at tlio head of the editorial column o has years of successful Seventy tuch danger. Tho best plan, per-- , and mint ho adhered to. Requests Higgjnbotham, of this town, says: "At n mndo Thedforu"s hups, Is to spread tho seeds out on Unit names Im omitted from sprint my age, which Is C5, the liver docs standard, household remedy. Every Immediately after thrashing, a fioor compHed with, but the manuscript not act so well as when young. A text nnd shovel them over from time to must boar the writers' signature. member, of every family, nt times, time until they aio thoroughly fit y. years ago, my Btomach was all out of need tho help that can tin: editor. AJtor this thoy may bo safely pi --!Is. I waa constipated, my liver glvo in cleansing tho system nnd reinto sacks or bins. Tho stoioroom uhould ho dry and with a free cir- 1'eoplo Speak Well of Cliainhei Iain's lldn't act. My digestion waa bad, nnd lieving tho troubles that como from good loa-o- s Tablet -- . constipation, indigestion, lazy liver, culation of air. Soy-boIt tool: so llttlo to upset mc. My "I havo been soiling Cliamborlaln's its viability rather rapidly, and It gor.o. I was vety weak. .. etc. You cannot keop well unlcs3 your wa3 Is not wifo to hold Mod for plant Tabluts tor uhout two yours and lioar.l stomach, liver and bowels nre In good glvo I decided I would toports from my custom- ing inirpoios inoro than two seasons such good a thorough trial ao I knew it worklnu ordor. Keep them thn.t way. Tiio sooils of the soy hoan, unlike ors that I concluded to give thorn a It acts promptly, thoto of the cow pea, are raroly at- - trial nivholf. and can say thot I do Ttas highly recommeiuWl for this Try I felt gently and In a natural way. If you rouble. I began tak.ng it. by weevils or otlmr i?rin in- - not IjhIIovq tlioro Is uonthor preparatacked tion of tho kind oqunl to thorn," bolUr after a few dosos. My appctito fed sluggish, tako a doso tonight. wtHw Cm. A. Mellrlde. Headroril, Improved nnd I becamo stronger. My You will fcel fresh tomorrow. Prlco Out, If you aro troubled with Rnjlwnk Itofecrihua r5iipor-Who.- it a package Oao cent a dos or coiihtipntlon glvo thorn a iwwsls acted naturally and tho least'l 23c. Growth. J. CI VI trouble was soon rlBnted with a few AH druggists. Los Aiilw, Cal., August 20. trial, Thoy will do you good. Farm Department n-I I HUNK AND FOUR OF 1TH CKHVT KILM.I) lainiiiiiiJAK-tA-iLiidfjkiluiiiifsii- l 0Firo3EosslorLl Otto C. Martin ' Atterney at Law iX Jlu-TUn- I WWWlUnll IWELOf tvi1 1 HAilTFURD, KY. rritlce his irrofalon In liU and adjoining count!. Commordw .nsi Criminal 1'racUc' a SiHjcialty. Will ar I AMERICAN IDEAlj 1 eountrjmo. In a city whert food hottli bonnj; the Powbittn hcadt tb u n. Rtit InUit bcirti .of Iti O.ETAYLOR.CL Beaver Dam, Ky.. w Hiflhway and Drainage Design. 'jZBl s 1 . DR. eotltgc. The nrople Tfie, Towlulan itdnfil. f ami rcillnl. Its rxctl. lent location on rinlvania Avenue, lllb nl II Slrrctt. iiIi (orit itoirat'lr Jeadi)uaf touriit lirMal, let jartit, conventivnt, Soliool nJ cluuf, HART VETERINARY ' SURGEON 1IKAV11H HAM, KY. J amen Trylor'i Livery Datb. 0. E. cvI, , s tractive to a discriminating attract! tthe rultuic and education, lis tuoiimtty lo Slitr. War aivt Nvv Urpartmrntt. alio lo many jiointt ol Imloncal interest. maCn thu lioul especially atPawhatan pub- Office lic ' Jrt TnADC-MARH- a. rrcrai'7 mum1 la r.. n.U-foiL.ti.iUk.1 PATrNTB j,l our THAT PAY. -snte, aoUnvlbyou losoerMK KvimI rrMe 1. 1 hvui or skttrli rrr fn C C rerrtQ on lnUUlltr. to jests inutlf rst soy-bea- l- .!.. a" I Children Cry t Ttrt Pttohataa offers room will) detached bath at $1.30. Si. 06 tad, up. Rooms with private bjth. S2.S0, 11.00 and up. Vrile for booEM viik roix OLIFFOKD M. LEWIS. Mtnigcr.' allruualllM.riM !. "rn iwiwi OJ-BO- Snvnnth Strnat, WAaniNDTON, D. C. B rromabb. llilents nZrtt:tHCt. rcr fr lvio onWe CASTORI A H THE SEWING MACHINI OF m QUALITY.) WILL YOU TAKE OUR' su-n- per-whea- .. ..- NOT SOLD' GERMINAL REMEDY 1 UN.DER ANY OTHtTR NAME. SjWW iz? Quality ConsiJcrc4 k 5 the Cheapest in die end OHIO MEDICAL CO. BsHs'ssW i Trafvl far WEAK" LUNGS or WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. If yon puerhA tlie NKW HO.Mr: jott will hare n llfv twn t tlie prloc you p.iy, nnd wsTl not have an mdlcus chain of CONSUMPTION A quick reliel for that tireJ, run dovsa If dine. couchs, palnl In cbrnt. nihl iwfiti, hernor' It it Uoea rhsces, weak lungs or consumption. it casta aalaitlp nolbiai. COLUMHllia FOR ONE MONTH Lock bo ( etc o , j varie-tieklo- -- - Dxfat In Knv. wantAAfwlDK mnchine, wrlto for oarlnieat catalogue btforo )ou purcluiwi. Tte New Hone Siwini Co,, Orange, Mass. If you " mm EPARBD I ssassQsatiBtH vAUri.toM(f 7Ff,afas. . fifty-gal-an- --- Mothers use IjsBsslBllsiHBsilsalKsFsBplsssT. r HUMERI " POPUIMMCBMCS . ' Forme (MdtmL YeiSnra6e I iw n ,.,. a ARTICLES 300 ILLUSTRATIONS VEEP Informed of the World' Prone in lv hngineerins. Mechanics nadluvcation. For Father and San and All the Family. It appeals loan classes avoruo xoung- - .Men ann omen. uiaann is int. r aissssm in tiioa.tnd ox oaiH thraahoat the world. Our Korrlrn t'omnipODtietits are ron.tantlr t n lh nsfru for thincs new and luteri.llnn ai It U 300 AlAGAZIND - VvrlttonSoYou Can Understand It lb fthp N. Dpar1mait (SO rane rontaliH rraeiicai iimis rnr Mioo ora ana .fwr wmjj xor txt lanaaa tn lo thlnirs amunil Ihe UoniM. Amateur Mechanic (17 1'aaiI for tho Poja anil uiriswoniiKoioniiKPlliltiKikivllsliowinniastoviri. lew anl telegraph OutOI IMuts. Pnow .tiMv Jewelry. K.t t'umlturo, etc. (Vintalos lb tractions for tho Mdbu.llc.Caiut'er mdtfourtsmaD 03UAHAXTKKB 8EI.VICK One hundred per cent i, value. Epcclal work for W. W. F. STEVENS, er o. w. R. F. D. 7. m ...t'l &" Hartford, Ky. Representing Continental Marble & Granite Co. .... trim awMMUr 9tt trm fr copy whs b r pant on rpquwau aiuh.. aarapla Popular mechanics magazine AMIHihCHICAOO S kh St.lO PER YEAR SINGLE COPIES. ICc N..MkMU KILLtheCOUCpHI ZKBZSUXIXXf U DID r rr act Get on the Firing Line I I amd CUR fun ,j:iS ? WITH New Diseoveny rnirj: rrn , fim Ttlal Cct'lu fr AND ALL 7HH0AT AND LUfJDTROUELCS. FflR S I0ESTI0N WAS BAD v" ROUGHS ai:'OLDS i soy-bea- GUARANTEED EATXarAClCllVJ h 014 iMONEY REFUNDED. Black-Draught- yon to roccecd SEL"2? IFIn liftwant must Lnovr lou cs- wl.at isueir in buslnrsa and Indoa- ,.. In imntinn nn.l .tnr out of Ue rutl get u the flrinsj Ho. RaaJ Get D Vv trfi urr.. Black-Draug- Popular Science the mnst Intrrrstlear and useful msrtiln. tt.. i. ,...! s i.mnL ttvtirth Patrv mn ra Mommy rKin.. w....r KOIH t W PROCUnCDANDDCrCMDCD.nJ'"f. . l.UW IU C0l.in.'UU,lU.- - UUWUl vid I lliuht't J rrel vUh incur an J jjenietfjiair. jti Knit, tear IN ALL I COUNTRI3. "iituij,'loim ;t timiA ..lll.n. iiwn ...i.... : .1.1 Iwllll Black-Draug- 300 Picture 300 Article c- an Clack-Draug- all for only IS cents. All the new Ideas and Inventions In electricity and wireless, In automobiles and aeroplanes, la suopvtoilc and In fanning, and lu machinery. How to maL thing's At home, to rtacesevrry month, inciuu Ha; rcinceraiors, poultry nouses, furniture, attoiuohile shop rcialrs, etc. liTfTYiilt of monsv-maklnstervsiivlna' ldess. Itia written In plain Lmluii for men and bar. M- -t tpd'hfrlnrfntnt Practice rt uirttimo tousat ColWd xc'jt'e!y. I v;aohjngton. d. o. f t.t.i Tt'M CScs, j 15 Cent ft Copy Clet It fTxm a newsdealer $1.50 a Year Black-Draugh- t. or write direct to t'opular bcience aioonuy, u rourtn atc., n. i i'ixLu rDCC Ysstrlacca; lias U hi i 2c. lUu far (kiiUis sal KitU.s liis ts H. OSITSO'fll., Al. HOOD Ind'-gastl- Call on Tho Kciniblkan Job rrlntlnt;. Secured or Your fAonev Qnete if Villi ttlVi ii riitt'.ViAn rTwpl.l.... t1.Ti.V.:i.V.".'..,l"'i.t..""uu'i.! for Flno S?.'.?JfS 'V" c""fu! or '"' """' w'"9 "k UlUl'UllOA'S I'liiliTICAIs HUhlXCVI COLLtUB 1'ttUucb, kvr l - 444444444U4AAAAAA DETECTIVES HELD MEN Wagons! Wagons! Wagons! t X Harrison, House S. balanco Alex W. .. , . TD COLLECT REWARD Hart, John UKLATIVKH B. OI' Huff, John W. Hedden, D. P. Johnson, Joss SOLDIKR.S ANB .... .... 9752 13291 4903 15'00 23,39 y,wt"iM,,'g39gSPw'w SAII.OItS BKINO DKI'HAL'IJKI) OUT OK LAHGK SUMS. Jackson, lUry balance Keeton, A. It Kissinger, S. .... 9117 ....13 4G3 .... 5(122 .... 7999 28320 3340 10029 10031 10817 10022 8943 4815 .13050 ,10724 10933 13033 4879 4309 2C749 Iiofhrtl VOll hllV Vnil alintllf. nvonilnn nut Itnrwl mndo farm wagons. They run lighter, are mado of t . j1 .... i .t ino vury uudi miuuriiu aim11last iar longor tnan any machino mado wagon you can buy no matter what 1 $ price you pay. 1 iwKSS9i iJirt,,"Vw a 'fe x QaVl2LlS full of life and action, filled with the fire of fine inspiration and followed by 250 short stories of adventure, win mane i 1 We also do all kindd of Blaclcsmithing and Re- pairing, especially the hard jobn the other fellow r.iiii'r 1n Cat t i A. X Wo also make a specialty of Hoiseshoeing and earnestly solicit your patronage in this line. Respectfully yours, i A. B. Row 6c Son Centertown, Ky. Thirty-liv- e years experience in the shop. J In appearing y hero against two men charged with ImperHonatlnc Government offlcora and with datalnlng an American marine beyond the expiration of his learo of absenco to collect a Government reward of $50 for the return of deserters, Harold A. Content, Assistant United States District Atrs torney; asserted that relatlyes of and sailors are being defrauded by prlrate detectives, and that the Government had determined to put a stop to such practices and fraunds. Theso rotative, Mr. Content said, are being "uhalten down" by the dotcctlvcs with threats that men they arrest on desertion charges might bo shot. Tho two mon arrested, Harry A. Iteod and Jamou H. Eaton, were hed under $r,000vball each for examination September 8. New Tork, Sept. 1. sol-dlo- C. Likens, C. Likens, C. Likens, W. Likens, T. T. T. M. '.'... 30.40 25.09 34.00 25.00 3.09 45.00 53.30 11.00 $4.00 Langley, Langloy, D. L. M. C. Lancaster, J. .... .... . r jmgrs.0rxr 3)$$jmwzr :i'v r M. i . II KICK IS A GOOD PLAIT. TO STOP LITTLU 3IONKV Louisville Hotel, Louisville, Ky., Main St., bet. 6th &7th The Only Hotel In IiuKville Opera toil nu tlio American mid I.'uropctiii l'lunt. AMKICICA.X PLA.V (With Meals) , Kooum ulthout Itiith lint with Hot iiikI Cold Running Water. single, J2.00 single, 2.50 Rooms 50 Front Hooms. single, 3.00 Rooms with Prhi.tc Ituih: single, 3.00 r0 ltooms single, 3.50 B0 Hooms KUKOI'KAX PLAK (Without Meals) Room without Hath hut with 75 Rooms BO per day; per day; pur day; per day; per day; 2 2 2 2 2 people, J2.0J each people, 2.25 each people, 2.50 oach people, people, 2.75'cach 3.00 each single, J1.00 75 Hooms CO Hooms single, 1.25 CO Front Hooms. single. 1.50 ltooms with Priiate Itnth: single, 1.50 CO Hooms single, 2.00 CO Hooms THE OLD INN, Hot and Cold Running Water. per day; 2 people, J0.75 ench per day; 2 people. 1.00 each per day; 2 people, 1.25 each per day; per day; 2 2 people, people, 1.25 each 1.50 each Louisville, Ky., Cor. Sixth and Main Sts. Kurupcuu PUu Only. Room Without Hath, $1.00 and up; 'Rooms With Private Bath, 91.50 and up ltot Kilting Place in Town. The Louisville Hotel aud the Old Inn are located In the wholesale walk to the retail district and theaters. district and only a LOUISVILLH HOTEL AND OLD INN COMPANY, Traps. Vanderit Training School for Boys ELKTON, KY. Will help parents develop their ons wito the best type of citizens and Christian gentlemen. Its patronage is widely scattered and comes from tho best homes in the South. Its capacity is limited, therefore, reservations should be made early. Place your son in this select- gioup of boys. Write - MttTHENEY & BATTS For catalogue and information. Box A. No Combination " wof Reading' Like It and All For 11 i llawTCaBMiMjlt IIS. r3p52v IbbbbbW' Mit The Youfb's Companion The fan !.. f.mili. uAVltf aj 1917. ami 12 GteatsaiiWt Groups n &0 Shmt tonf- - a.uivusaua nicies and SugBewHJi tbusAnd bins, i?jjtvitv llttPYDUTirS Idsuesiof COMPANION. 52 ISSUES FfiieBestW M XfaaUthsRni!i'fren!i 2!2 rt v 7L in iraLL'SMAGAZINBjJfefc Press UbtmJlmjEtiL iiiik at aw 12 Ths ISSUES ND ft AiDRESS rnfTE&K SaicirJ2!(Srr will net . an,. thcJ'S,-n. in. .u.: mncT a .. H.. ."1 issues" of Tolioweu evexy uurntn Wwu ice wmnni 2a- - lll McCa. I Ihm Ji3 .laV liU'i;. PiJiV i Eg0A YOUTHS iggg J b till Ollt utaltll u4 til wr J ) at. IA11 ll.i ."..... ....... rt.a.la lihuofltTOtowwVoutli-Conipanbniubcfibcrioifiv- 2 SSb.ivl'aUem TilE YOUTHS COMPANION. I'.l.. MMIM)BMaWKmwMniii . HUE tor 2 C...U extra to com lH.-a- rvc ry mon'h lor one t r; aVb choice of any r.w uk. bi.-- SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE .Sloan's Mniincnt For Hlietinintlsin. 10.00 TUB UARTFOItD ItBPUIlLICAX A XD VOUTIl'S COMIWXIOX. BOTH Tho torture of rheumatism, the 75.00 OXE YKAIt FOU OXLY S2.75. ..13211 pnlns and aches that make life tin- .11018 00.00 t bearablo are relieved by Sloan's Lln- .11233 13.25 ?5E25$E32RZEia333333KX Imwit, a clean clear H(tiid that !h We Knock the Spots Out of Things .11232 25.00 easy to apply and more effective than .11034 10.00 j mussy plasters or ointments because .134G0 25.00 jit penetrates quickly without rub-- i 20.-0. 5507 blng. For tho many pains and nclies .13549 40.00 following cxpOvSiiro, strains, sprains Fifty-fiv- e Lestypewriters. .29903 25.00 and muscle soreness, Sloan's Linl-- I Freneh Dry Cleaned and Pressed In a sons explained by Moving Pic-- , 13023 Is promptly effective. Always I'nlllam, Win ment Superior Manner. lO.TC ture machine. Seven big Debalance have n bottle handy for gout, lum partments Shorthand, Bookbago, toothache, bnckacho, Utt neck Qul&enberry, K. R..,1175 your Garments and Hav Send us keeping, Telegraphy, Stenotypy, balance . . . . 125.40 and all external pains. At druggists, Them 1(906 Musk, Primary Normal. Ex1 Itoberts, J. J. . 25c. pert teachers. Modern equipbalance . . . . 123.41 CLEANED CLEAN Roberts, J. J. . . ..13042 50.40 ment. Position assured. Packages called for and delivered. Robbrts, J. J. . ....13043 106.00 Write for catalogue. I Ralph, M. F. . 50.00 THE ELITE PRESSING CLUB Richards, II. G. 29750 100.00 For Infants and Children Daviess Co. Sus, College Roby, S. I'. ... 23997 70.90 A. Iva NnH, Prop. In Use For Over Years Sanders, Ben 13040 42.75 Incorporated Alwuys bears 1 HAHTFOR, KENTUCKY. Sanders, Robert 9438 11.00 OWEXSBOKO, KY. the Sanders', D. T 1S357 35.00 Signature of EX Sanders, Fred . . . .13645 12.00 Sanders, Owen ....13501 26.75 A SSI OX UK'S SA1.U. LIV-VER-LSanders, D. T 13556 20.00 AX .13515 20.00 Petro-Men- ta Sanders? Xoah Relives Piles Ohto Circuit Court. 90.00 13516 Sanders. W. S No matter how stubborn the 13437 25.00 J. W. McCarty, Assigneo Fordsvlllo Sanders, D. H case may be Petro-Ment- a will Ilauking Company, Plaintiff, Suders, Albert ....1S555 bring relief. A trial will convince Vs. Judgment. balance 41.04 you. For sale by Ohio County Kordsvllle Bauklug Company, Defend- Spencer, W. M. ...13217 SO. 00 Drug Co. Price 25. ants. Smith, Scott 13432 This oaMsa being submitted for fbalance 24.00 inal judgment upon tha pleadings and Smith, e. W 13439 oxhlblts filed herein, and it appearbalanoa 10.09 ing, to tha oourt that the assignee, Smith, Charlla 10233 30.00 Feelrigfit all the time. Dom't lay of J. W. McCarty, kas lu his hands un- Stephens, 'Ab from work for days by taking calomei 12947 when pleasant Lio- - Ver-La- x ketpa yoit collected a lot, of notes, judgments balanca . . 51.90 on your feet, wnmreuevingyourti-euYears and stock cortiflsAtes, it Is now or- Smith, C. M 13070 le. Safer too, aid easy to take. Donl dered and adjudged by the court take anything else. You can't afford balanca 189.00 Eliminatss poisons, cleatues systhat said property ba sold Said Sanders, W. D 2385 tem ad ralievea constipation. A natproperty is as follows: balanca .12.00 ural remedy, natural in its actions, ear Notea. Truman, L. "W 39.09 13615 in its effect and certain in results. It No. Am't. WeatherrordMoshua 13424 Narna won't bolomr befoae 50.00 completely displace calomel im evert 13545 $ 40.00 Vrhittaker, D. F . . 3652 All, T. H 50.09 homa.i Children can take it froely act 1343G 7.00 Wlss, M. S All, Bud 13621 with perfect safety. Bvcry bottle guar13S64 25.00 Brown, T. H 8.50 balanco anteed, i 60c snd $1 in bottles Nona Basham. J.M 1266 genuine without the likeness aasigna WlllhvasoH, F. J. ..12753 tars of L. &.' Grissfay. For sale ky 40.90 balancs 18.75 balanca Tbi. Woman's Tonic 15.00 VThltlor, Oscar Bratcher, John ...13146 26.09 12735 J. H. W1L.UAM8. Haationl Kj Beatty, Vf. R. ...,.13615 13324 Whltler. Frank 35.09 balancs balanco 28.75 Sold Everywhere BirtonL Roaooo. ...13437 ,13629 Wells. N. B. . p. 149.00 Walanca 40.00 balanco i .' 29.00 White, W. D. . . .13260 23636 Bradfleld, W. T, 25.00 28.00 Scales, J. W. Coppago, E. S. 134S7 ,13549 39S9 26.00 Carter, J. B balance 5.00 40.00 Cook, J. J 500.00 Chancollor, Perry 12991 199.00 Abblo Beard COO. 00 Mrs. M. E. Jett 95.00 Emary, Mason . , ..13270 Chancollor, Perry 13633 150.09 12990 Chancollor, Perry 25.90 Mrs. Ella Smith SutHedden, U. S. ..13532 !! ... ftA4B rAiiEiuia wu t ton 500.00 10.90 Hook, M. B balanco r iftrle, perfect At, tlmptldtr Celebutcd 23.00 ..13510 ul reliaMlitr nrarlf 49 year. Sold ia nearly 20609 W. T. John C. Mason . . . 50. 00 Carter. Jones, J. W 328.41 erertcltrand town in the Urrtcd States xni 50Q.08 Caniua, or by mail tflicft. More told thaa 15.00 Murphy, J. S. balanoo 30.00 W. A. Flemlstor . . . ..13623 T injr other make. Sond lor tree catalogue. Bank Stock. 40.00 Moorman, John . 1394 Carter, I. M 157.50 McCALUS magazing 10.00 Morris, F. B. More subscribers than any othel fajhioa 12417 Garter, R. W 122.00 Bank of Glendoan, balanco. TG,975.00 majrazlna mUUon a montK. Invaluable. Lac. 2,000.00 13521 100.00 Nowton, J. L. Cornier, J. W stvles, patterns, drcssmaWD?, nilHSricrr, 20.00 Star Firo Ins, Co & Michigan Deve1353 Conder, J. W rcat sewln;,lancy needlewfk,halrdlnsioe(a Pulllam, William ,.13392 75.00 Arizona eood storUn, etc Onto CO centy 5,ood.bo lopment Co (worth double), mehidwg a tree pattern. 16.00 Richard, Lincoln . . 8379 balance 85.66 waay, or send xor sanuae" copr. LS344 60.00 Richard. C. V. . . .18712 Debruler, Ed ' 65.00 NDEBrVL lNDHCEMENTS Daniel, Goorge ....1259S toAeents. Post3l brines ctemium cataloim Smith, E. W. 26.00 The assignee, J. XV. McCarty, Is or- I and new cash prise oilers. Address 7.50 TIrney, Michael . balanco , dered and directed to mako sale of OU HcCJUi. COv C3 U 2U W. JTta SL. IttW TOSS 13624 Debruler, J. F 103.00 balanco the above property, to tho highest y.. .-. 25.90 balanco Judgment. and best bidder on a credit of three 25.00 Evans, T. A 13130 Armendt, Roy F ...13593 3670.16 months. Ho will 6ell said property Evans, T. A '.10454 409.00 ar the court house door la Hartford, 114.39 Armondt, Roy F. . .13530 balancs . . Armendt, Roy F. . .'.13581 500.00 Kentucky, on tho first day of the regR 19209 25.00 Evaus, Joo 100.00 ular term of the county or Circuit 13599 25.99 Armendt, Roy F. . ..13582 Fuqua, 8. D 150.00 Court, held in and for Ohio county. Armendt, Roy P. ...13583 G. B. . ..12613 Foreman, 22.36 He fore making said sale, he will ad 17.50 Brown, Stephen .. .13358 balance Succeed when everything else fails. 133.92 erlSso the time and place thereof Brown, Stephon . ,.13359 In nctvouT prcstrauoia and female 6232 Fraso, John weakntsss they ars the supremo ala-nc142.56 by publication In tho Hartford Re19.00 Brown, Stephan . ,. 3703 remedy, at thousands have teatlfied. 151.39 publican, for net lws than threo Brown, Stephen . ,. 8704 Fordsvlllo Block FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND prior to day of said saio and by 129.90 Graham, F. M. .18453 13292 Coal Co STOWACHTKOUQ1.EV $ 114.00 written notice ported at tho court 378.78 Graham, F. M. . . .13459 balanco it h the best mwllcine ever sold house door fcu Hartford, Kentucky,, Sraham, John M. 13293 Gaines, W. S ovor a drgglsjs oountir. s (Notog in Suit) 9.44 for not less Aian fifteen days Jtyt 13099 121.63 halnnte prior to day of sale, and he will 13.00 ..13001 Gillos()le, Olarona. .135E9 30.00 i ' his acts at the next term of tills 25.00 ..13102 ,.13419 131.40 Hale, J. XV 30.82 court, to which time this action Is ..13169 ,.13413 334.46 JEvcjry Halo, J. VT Wifi&ts 60.00 continued. ..13172 29.90 ,.13420 Hale, J. XT 15.09 Pursuant to the above judgmont, I 30.09 Lloyd, L. XV. ....13513 ,.12953 Harrison, Thos. Miles, J. K. . . 245.00 will on Monday, Septomber 17, 1917, 13045 Harrison, Cooper . 9753 24.62 at about tho hour of ono o'clock p. 2111 16.66 Mltcholl, A. R. balanco 150.88 m., nt tlo court houso door In HartNowtoii, XV. D. ....13493 13509 Huff, J. C 50.00 ford, Ky., sell the nbovo deicrlbed 24.00 Nowton, G. F. ....13495 balance FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE property to tho hlghost and best bidDissolved. k water Jor'doichr,opi Prank Petty, (two 38051 Huff, J. T relvlc catsrrh, ulct?ration.tvrvt Inffem-matio- n. notes) . . --. 140.00 der, on a credit of throe months. 13.00 - balance Recommende'7hi'(JinrE. 400.00 10300 Smith. C Purchaser will be required to ex- Pinkhatn'Med. Co1, 5393 Huff, XV. J 75.00 ecute bond with approvod security 13J70 6.20 Smith, C. '. AhealincviondeT for n4Jjl cMirtU. balanco . . sore throitand sore eyes. Eccncynital. 212.00 Immediately after sulo. 15.00 Westorfleld.auymau 130(3 273,30 Huff. XV. 3 Hss citrsoidinary rluoiu:2 aoJ Benxuvk.Vi uwf j. w. Mccarty, 100.00 Annie B. Smltk a Hale, Theodosla . . 13G0S I.K.N.IVI'r.hi u urjZiaiu. cunjbn.,1 dv ji. or hit. Vu Assignee Fordsvlllo Uauklug Co. 509.00 20.00 SlniOH Smith balanco . . . . T. . . i ' 0 balance Lancaster, Floyd Lane, Reet balance Livers, W. M Midklff, Estill Maddox, J. W balance McCarty, J. M balance Murphy, J. S balance Murphy, H. K Murphy, Cal balance Marlow, Alvin . . Moorman, C. K. . Miller, Eldred . . . balanco McManaway, T. F, McNauawny, V. 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USE For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. ....... Usei 4Q it CARDUI , ... ... V ... ft --- .y . Bitter ' ra-po- rt Woman , fflggsS .farttnyirJ ... .. &t J V CHICAGO COUNCIL I CENSURES MAYOR MAJORITY COMMENDS GOVERNOR'S ACTION TOWARD PACIFISTS. Chicago, Sopt. 4. A voto wlilch served as a test at the special meeting of the City Council this afternoon AlIndicated that of the forty-eigdermen present at tho time of the vote forty wore In favor of the resolution commending Gov. Lowdcn (and by implication censuring the Mayor) for his stand against pacifist agitation. Mayor William Halo Thompson presided over tho meeting, called for the purposo of commending Gov. Lowden's stand against tho meeting of the pacifists. Tho Mayor permitted the meeting In defianco of the Governor. Thero was talk of calling another special meeting for to consldor tho actions of tho Mayor hlmsolf. Police wero scattered throughout the City Hall and on guard in the Council Chamber when the session began. Tho Mayor was applauded by the gallery as ho entered tho chamber. Many of tho police wero engaged, It was said, in a judicious discrimination as to letting spectators into the gallcry.and this section gave the Mayor a full minute's applause when ho entered tho Council Chamber. The Mayor smiled and bowed. Ho was accompanied by Samuel A. Kttelson, Corporation Counsel; Michael J. Flaherty, president of the Board of Local Improvements; Adam F. Weckler, Harborniastcr.and James Corporation W. Broon, Assistant Counsel. Signal for IKittlo. Alderman Toman, as soon as preliminary routine was over, asked that tho Lowden resolution, which he prepared, be adopted. This was the sigAlderman Anderson, nal for battle. Rodriguoz aad Mlchaolson objected. Rodriguez Is a Socialist, Mlchaelson the Thompson floor leader. A motion to suspend tho riles led to a roll call, which gave tho Aldermen a chance to express themselves. "What right," asked Alderman Rodriguez, "did tho Governor have to issue a proclamation and to glorify himself In violating the Constitution of the United States? That Is tho question here. You can be driven by the press, but I refuate to be. The press has a scientific method of lying, anyhow. If the press was sincere in denouncing tho Peace Council it would not havo printed the Pope's peaco proposals." "That's foreign stuff," interrupted Alderman Home. "Oh, no it isn't," replied Alderman Rodriguez. "I attended the peace meeting myself. It was a quiet, orderly affair. We have a right to disagree witli our country if we please. The people of Chicago don't want war." The latter declaration evoked applause from tho galleries. Alderman Bowler exclaimed hotly: "If I had been at that meeting there wouldn't have been any moet-Ing- ." ht The Great Majestic Range Demonstration and Sale At Our Store, One Week Only m Sept. 3, To Sept. 8 SEK the GREAT MAJKSTIC The Range with a Reputation in it. new dreM. Lot tho factory representative show you vvhv the MAJKSTIC Bake Rotter Look Better Lats Longer Heats More Water Quicker and Hotter and I'ses Less Fuel than any other tangc. We want to prove these facts to you want you to know why the MAJKSTIC is so highly lccommcndcd by your neighbor vhj it is the Standard by which all ranges are judged why it is known in every county in every State a.s The Range with a Reputation. COME! MARBLKIZKD AND COITKR WAUK As a special inducement during this week only, we have arranged with the factory to present each purchaser of a Majestic Range with a handsome and useful set of cooking ware as illustrated. This is your opportunity to get something really worth while for nothing. Ranges will be sold at the regular prices. FREE! SET OF "N 3 Children's Souvenir Day Boys and Gjrls, this is something worth while, with only a little effort on your part. Now listen: Majestic High Fliers FREE to the boys and girls who hand in written answers to the fotlowiug questions during the two hours, 3 to 5 p. in., Tuesday of Demonstration Week, 1. 2. 3. 4. What is the name of your mother's range, and how long ha3 it boen in use? Give names of persons you know needing a new range. Why does the MAJESTIC bake better, last longer, heat more water and use less fuel than anv other range? What is your age? When 13 your birthday? $1.00 Article Free! The boy or girl giving the neatest and best answer to the third question, may select any $1.00 article from our stock, in addition to the souvenir. In case of a tie. those tying will receive the same prize. THERE WILL BE SOMETHING FOR ALL OF YOU. Remember tho time, 3 to 5 p. m.. TUESDAY. AM children are invited. ID Everybody Don't Fail to See the Great Majestic Range in the NEW FINISH at our store. E. P. B ARNES & BRO., BEAVER DAM, KY. asked all the railroads to make every effort to prevent the great economic loss resulting from the killing of live stock on railway tracks. The thousands of horses and mules that are killed on railroads every year would fill the artillery requirements of many regiments, and the thousands of cattle, hogs and sheep llkowlse killed woulU provide meat for thousands of soldiers. This economic wato can be greatly reduced If looomotlve engineers tako every precaution to avoid striking, It stock owners will keop animals In fenced enclosures, If town officials will enforce ordinances prohibiting stock from roaming at large and If section mon drive stock off y and keop farm gates the closod and fences and cattle guards In good repair. e TAFFY. Sept. 4. Rev. Small preached hero Sunday. A large crowd was present. Mrs. James Ambrose Is very low at this time. Mr. and Mrs. Perdue, of Sunny-dalvisited their grand daughter, Mrs. Clyde Funk, Saturday and Sunday. Attorney A. D. Kirk and sister, Lucy, visited hero last week. Mr. Ira D. Fank sold two nice young mule to Alva Caapnran. Tho next singing convention will couveuo at Ml. Carmol tho fifth Sunday. Miss Mabel Daffron visited Mr. and Mrs. Ira D. Funk Saturday and Sunday. Union Grove choir sang for tho Antwch protracted mooting Sunday. right-of-wae, . L- - DO 3G HOKSK BRANCH. EJGI l IE 3G 3G j Encouragement for Germans. Alderman Toman declared that the Kaiser encouraged his soldiers with news such as emanated from Chicago vote are necesrecently. Fitty-sl- x sary to suspend tho Council rules. The roll call showed only forty-eigAldermen prosont. Alderman Toman then moved that the Council sit as a commlttoo of the whole to consider tho resolution. The Thompson forces countered with a motion that tho lesolution bo referred to the committee on schools. TMie Council voted down the Administration motion, 38 to 5, one not voting. ht - Resolutions of ltewpect. Beavor Dam Camp No. 502, W. O. W.. Beaver Dam, Ky. Whereas, God in His infinite wisdom, visited the homo of our fellow Sovereign, Georgo It. Romans, and took from It and this life a faithful wife and mother on August 11, 1917. Therefore be It Resolved, That whllo Sovereign Romans mourns tho loss of his com panion In this world, sho will be regained In tho world to come. Also, That Beaver Dam Camp No. 502, W. O. W., extend to tho bereaved family their tdiiccro and heartfelt sympathy. It. B. PHTERS, It. M. TICHENOR. G. S. HA'.ELRICG, A. l. DAVIS, Committee. consumption Ol' t I KUGAU IS IIIIMAXIWI) t "Washington, Sept. 3. Bedimed consuaiptlou of sugar was asked of tho American people today by the F00J AdmUilstraon that a threatened shortage In tho Allied countries Lack of ships to may b avoitod. move the Cuban and Hawaiian crops promptly, it is declared, makes It necessary that this country share Its sugar supply with Europe. "The conservation asked of the American people," tho Administration's statement says, "docs not necessarily demand great sacrifices. It only needs the elimination of waste and the careful use of sugar to enable America to make up tho amount required by the needs of the Allies. It Is not actually a lack of sugar that emphasizes the need for 1st conservation in the United States so much as It Is liability to get the sugar to the places where neded. The world's shortage Is comparatively bmall and is confined to Europe. With the stocks on hand In this country and in Cuba and thoso now coming from Hawaii It would appear that with proper management and with speculation and hoarding eliminated thora keed bo no scarcity, even In the imtuedkito future while awaiting tho iuw crop. "Tho lack of adequate shipping facilities to reach tho sources of supto ply and the Imperative demand supply tho needs of our Allies constitute tho sugar problem of tho United States." Tho world's sugar supply Is estimated this year at IS, 050,702 tons, of agalnit an average production consumption Amork-a18,712,007. for the Brat half of tho present year was slightly largor than last year, which the Food Administration attho within tributes to hoarding household. Tho mian crop this year was up to normal, as wero tho Hawaiian, Theso Philippine and Java yields. supplios, however, an bo moved but slowly because of tho absonoo of ships. Both tho Amorlran cane and beet crops will bo largor than Sept. 5. The protracted meeting at the UnUn church closed Monday night. Large crowds and splendid attendance. Rev. Franks, of Beavor Dam, is the pastor of the Methodist church here, and he was assisted la the meeting by Bro. W. L. Dyer, of Cloverport, and Bro. Klckard, of Presiding Bro. Rushing. Elder, also preached a few sermons, and administered Baptism to several. Mrs. Bazll Taylor, of Ueaver Dam, visited Mr. C. ,W. Taylor and family Saturday and Sunday. Miss Catherine Ruthhart, of Louisville, is visiting her brother, Mr. Maxy Ruthhart and family. Mr. Jess Wilkerson and Mr. Will Elsler have returned from Louisville, after an absence of several weoks.' Mrs. Virgil Campbell was callod to hvr homo at Cromwell by tho sudden death of her father, Mr. Trout, on last Saturday evening. Mrs. J. J. Tllford, of Fordsvllle, visited Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Whlto CKNTKRTOWN. Sept. 5. Mr. Corbet Knott and Mr. Attrico Faught spent a fow days at jhome last week. Mr. M. D. Lake and family, of Louisville, spent last week with relatives hero. Mr. G. W. Rnwo and family, and Misses Agnes and Grace Duncan spent tho week end at Rochester. Mr. and Mrs. Rollle Ashby wero tho guests of Ml&ti Nelllo Goodall Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. T. S. Overton spent Sunday and Sunday night with relatives In Drechenrldge county. Misses Flossie Mason and Margaret Benton took dinner wltk Miss Ida Matthows Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Mason 'spent Sunday at Hartford. Miss Myrtle Smiley spent the weekend with Mrs. W. C. Knott.' Miss Rena TIchenor visited relatives at Point Pleasant last week. 00 bond, and he is in the Davlosa j Barbour refuses to state what he did with the money ho admits having stolen from the government, and while It is known that he played the Mot machines and punchboards, It U generally believed that' It was Impossible for him to havo spent thoV onllro amount In this manner, and bfcauso of the economy practiced in his living In other manaers it Is a i.,ystery how he disponed of tho moa- OK 2,40ft .1KGRO HTEVEDOUHH AUTHORISED Washington Sopt. 3. A regiment T Saturday. Miss Clara Jane Wilson, of Green-villis visiting Miss Garuett Tay lor. Mr. Everett Likens, of Beaver Dam, visited his slstor, Mrs. Virgil Gray, several days last week. Mrs. Wlllard Arnold and children, of Louisville, havo returned home after a sevoral days visit with her slstor, Mrs. Joe Stewait. Mr. and Mrs. Beverly Boyd visited their son, Mr. Guy Boyd, at Mart-wicSaturday and Sunday. Mr. Will Sanders and family visited Mr. Georgo Cooper and family, at noar Olaton, Sunday. Mrs. Bottle Wilson, of Louisville, is visiting her daughter. Mrs. C. W. Tuylor. o, of 2,400 negro stowedoros for foreign service has been authorized by tho War Department to maet tl demand for experienced men to hundlo war supplies for tho Aaiorlcan expeditionary forco In France. Recruiting officers, especially those la Southern Beaport cities, have been Unable to Give Bond. instructed to seek mon for the rogl-moOwensboro, Ky., Sept. 3. Friends An effort Is being mado to of Charles Barbour, the former su- get exemption from draft for negroos perintendent of finances In tho of draft ago who would prefor hard postofilco, who confessed to work behind tho linos to duty in th having systematically stolon $7,300 Tho army also wants nn- during the past fouji years from the l",u "" aim im giro goou pay to Federal government, havo been even lnexporlencod men If they kave to securo signers for his $10,- - capacity and are willing, to learn. ro un-ab- lo LOW ROUND-TRI- P FARES 444, IJr. f rUU k, For further particulars apaly to lotail aW.t L. Ih the remarkablo speed of a speConserve Nation'. Live KUok. R. D. Puiev. O. r. A., LoulsviHo, v Associa- cial typo of electric grinder used for Tie American Railway tion's Coiainlsslou on Car Service has 'fine inachtao work. Fifty minute, I I revolutions pr thousand S90 revolutions per seoud, f Kentucky State Fair Louisville, Sept. 10-15 TO Exurslon Tlckots On 8.U0 flept 19 to 15, Vla LOUISVILUE& NASHVILLE Good returning antll Sept. 17 t v """" Kr. R' R ' 1 J - . Mt Xzxt teafcflLjiJUagv yfljLt us? r . -- -