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Ikpttblkim DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No. 11 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1917. IS stitutional Democratic party Informed Premier Kercnsky that tho party was ngreed to Its members Joining a reconstituted Russian Cabinet in order to nvoid civil war. to-da- y KULLAND: "I'M D IF I DO AND D IF I DON'TI" REPORTED BLOCKED KHRENSKY GOVERNMENT TAKES OPTIMISTIC VIEW OK Till: SITUATION. FAMINE IN PETROGRAD Assiiriiiirrs of SiiiHrl Herri ed at IVIrograd mid Cabinet Will llolil On. PetroRrad, h Sept. 12 (British Coi-i- . per- Wirolow Proas). troops who formed purl of the - tv n I sut by (Jen. KornllofC against imrrad. havo jont delegations to v 'i i' i Government Provisional to tlio revolution iiik loyalty llnrliiK they would arrest who had deceived ir uttlcora -- ox- - t ni l'i i tmgrnd, Sept. 12 (9:30 a. in.). In- Associated I'roes was personally oarly tlitn morn- i' k at tln Winter Palace that Pr--ut Kercnsky was about to nssumo i lii position of ('omniumler-ln-Chle- f of all tlio Russian armies, at least until the revolt had boon crushed. Vice Premier Nekrasoff, In an Iny by thu terview distributed Russian olllclal news agency, said that the political situation could be All considered perfectly favorable. the commandors at the front with the exception of Gen. Dcnlklno, commander of the Western front, who has been arrested with his chief of staff by tho military committee, remain faithful to tho Provisional l'skoff Is In the posGovernment. session of Government troops. According to statements made by snomhers of tho Cabinet lato last night and tho news of this morning, the situation of the Provisional Is continuing steadily to Improve, although in view of what Is regarded as the desperoto position of Gen. Kornlloff and his associates In tlio rovolt, with whom it is declared tlio Government will tolerato no there still exists the danger of armed collision. The measure for tho defenso of tho capital nro complete. Troops upon whom tho Government can rely continue to arrive, while tho small minIn ority of Kornlloff sympathizers Petrograd appears thoroughly cowed. Similar conditions are reported from Moscow, whero a notable effect was produced through tho Issuance of a proclamation In favor, of tho Government by Mayor Uudnodd, whose address of welcomo to Gen. Kornlloff on his arrival for tho recent Moscow conference was at the tlmo regarded as a demonstration of tho Moscow Industrial leaders' counter revolutionary sentiments. Finance Minister Nekrasoff again declared early today that tho Government's position was satisfactory and that It was untrue that Kornlloff t loops had been allowed to occupy Tosua; that dlssonsion among tho Kornlloff forces was general, while there was absolute solidarity among tho Government troops. Many additional assurances of loyally from Generals and political organizations have been recolved by tho Government. Regarding tho provisioning of the capital In caso of its the investment, M. Pleschohonoff, Minister of Supplies, declares there is no danger of a shortae'. The Dolslioviki eloniont Is considered absolutoly solid for tho present Government. It is organizing Its own forces against thosa of Kornlloff. Members of tho Korensky Government have Informed tho Associated 1'ross that while thoy aro unablo to report thu Anal overthrow of Gou. Kornlloff, thoy aro optimistic concerning tho general situation. Unconfirmed roports say that a part of Gun. .Kornlloff's army Is surronder-in- g to thu Government. M.iJ. Gen. Honoli Uruvovltch has boon appointed coniuiandor-in-chle- f of tho Uusslan army lu succession to Gen. Kornlloff. Tho Absoclatod Pross was personally Informed by Minister of Fluunco Nekrasoff that tho forces of Gon, Kornlloff lu tho direction of Pskoft nnd at Dno, who were marching on Petrograd, had been outmanouvored by tho troops loyul to tlio Provisional Government and that their retreat had been cut off. Tho Central Commltteo of tho Con Tho rmoil to-dae, - told tho Associated Press that tho towns of Pskoff and Duga and tho railroad station at Dno were all In tho hands of tho Government troops. Think Revolt Will Fall. ' In tho Chancellory of tho Council of Ministers tho correspondent was Informed unolllclally that at tho front tho troops loyal to tho Government linvo In many cases arrested their Kornlloff commanders, and that therefore thero nro Indications that the revolt will fall. The Government has suppressed tho NovooVrmya. a prominent Petrograd newspaper, as punishment for printing prominently Kornlloff's proclamation wliilo publishing those of M. Kercnsky in contracted form. Gens. Dcnlklno and Valuveff, commanding the southwest and western respectively, hnve Joined fronts, to anCon. Kornlloff, according nouncement in the Petrograd newspapers given out by the news agency. An earlier report from Petrograd said that Gen. Donl-kiu- o had been placed under arrest. .Moscow Is Lojiit. Moscow, Sept. 12. The Municipal Council of Moscow lias Issued n proclamation Intimating that tho Inhabitants of tlio ancient capital of Rus sla ought to rise us one In defense of tho revolution and prevent civil war. The proclamation appeals to all classes of Russia to support the Provisional Government. The Moscow garrison, the associations of workers of professional classes nnd tho railroad workmen have passed resolutions of loyalty to the Provisional Government. M. Nekrasoff icmi-olll-clttl if . .s v M s3rA. s r- - zx'.J s mfim fe-TS 2 Lottyo E. Maddox, Hartford, Routo 4; Griffith Mitchell, Dundco; Donald Mitchell, Dundee; Russell Brown, Rockport; Dclbort Newcom, Hartford, Route 5; Jcsso Smith, Hartford, Routo 1; Maurlco Chlnii, Beaver Dam; Evan G. Render, Ccntertown, Route 1; D. J. K. Maddox, Hartford, Route 4; Clifton Richardson, Beaver Dam, Routo 2; Delma J. Newcom, Hartford, Routo 5; Hannawalt Bennett, Hartford, Route, 7; Hubert Bennett, Hartford, Routo 7; Slebert D. Mulllkin, Beaver Dam, Routo 2; Edwin Shaver, Hartford, Routo 7. POULTRY D. Kcll Carson, 1st premium, $4; Raymond Yclscr, 2d premium, $2.50. POTATOES Raymond Yelser, 1st premium, $3; W. R. Carson, Jr., 2d premium, $1.50. SOY BEANS Haskell Bennett.lst premium, $3; John Tanner, 2d premium, $1.50 watch. The premiums wero mado up by tho following parties: Beaver Dam Deposit Bank, Beavor Dam Milling Co., E. P. Barnes & Bro., Bank of Hartford, Ohio County Fiscal Court, J. C. Her, J. B. Tappan, Carson & Co., Fair & Co., James H. Williams, John Allen Wilson, H. M. Plrtle, W. S. Dean, Heavrln & Barrass, Rock port Deposit Bank, L. E. Everly, Ma-tanz- BRINGS TEARS WHEN DISTRICT BOARD RULES MARRIED MEN ARE NOT EXEMPT FROM SERVICE. WIVES Weep nt AND Vanishing MOTHERS Hope 1 to Savo Soum Their Husbands And From Win'. Morris In flew York Evening Mail. LAY.IN WAIT FOR GOLD BOYu CLOD SHOW GREAT SUCCESS After the Judging of the farm products and pigs was over, and the through prizo winners annpunced, tho courtesy of the management of the Star Thcatc'r, tho boys wero admitted to the picture show free. Thero wero other boys of the club who did not bring their pigs In. The corn and tobacco boys will have their exhibit later. KENTUCKY NEWS. . V. S. OFFICER SAYS SAMMIES WILL GO THRU GERMAN LINK KAISKR'S AGENTS PLOT TO GET LAKGE CROWD ATTEND EXHIBIT OF OHIO COUNTY ROYS' AG- METAL FOILED UY UNIT- AGRICULTURAL CLUB. ED STATES. An Atlantic Port, Sept. 11. Sev- nt en United States Army officers, promoted to Majors or Lieutenant Colonels, returned hero today on a French steamship from tho American training camp In Franco to take commands In tho national army and tench tho new men tho modern methods of warfare. "We will go right thru that German line," said a Lieutenant Colonel, In answer to a question as to the condition of tho troops In the Amorican expeditionary force. Tho moralo of the American troops was "wonderful," tho'omccr declared, and every man from tho youngest recruit up to tho veterans who had seen service in tho Philippines and Mexico, was anxious for the day to arrive when he could take his placo ou the front. m I The Louisville Conference of the South, will meet at An Hopklnsvllle September 26th. Important matter to bo disposed of at this meeting Is a resolution passed by the Kentucky conference at Us recent meeting at Covington for a consolidation of. tho two conferences, States. M. E. Church HmvrMf)a:, t . The announcement by tho District Exemption Board, so far as the appeals from Daviess county nre concerned, that tho work of the local board In granting discharges to a number of persons drafted from army service on account of being wife dependents was set aside and tho apo, plicants held to be fit subjects for caused the armory to be visited this morning by n number of mothers and wives seeking further Information. Many of thoso who called on the local board shed tears when told by Secretary Weir that this board, was powerless to grant any further relief. Secretary Weir informed tho mothers and wives" that they had granted exemptions as per tho Instructions received from tho highest authority but that the district board having held different in most of tho Ap- -' appeals, its decision was final. peals to the president of the United States can only be made from decision of the distirct board on industrial Occupation. It was stated that as soon as the local board receives official information from the district board showing: the reversal of the discharge granted, that Immediate preparation will bo made to carry many of these cases direct to the president of tho United scr-vlc- tf ! i . RESERVE IS DWINDEING S0M&FINE-PIG- S -- IN SHOW , , p. Suhiiinrinr!i In Area Around Great State Agent Nelson Says The rigi Aro The Prettiest Bunch ExRtitaln Wero Instructed to Rehibited Tills Year. move Gold From Stcuuiers. 'k Washington, Sept. '11. Repeated activities of German agents hero and in neutral countries to obtain posgold, It was session of American learned today wero largely responsible for tho recent proclamation placing gold on tho list of commodities requiring export license. With an enormous Infixed paper currency, and with a gold reserve that has been dwindling steadily since tho war began, tho demand of the German government for gold has reached proportions where, according to reports recelvdu hero, unheard of methods apparently have been adopted to replenish the store. One report reaching officials here Is that Gorman submarines in the area around Great Hrltain w'cro, instructed to removo gold from steamers transporting tho precious metal from tho United States to neutral European countries, torpedo tho vessels and bring back tho gold to their basos. How far this alleged program has been carried out, if at all, Is not known. Oftlclals .have been unable to verU fy tho accuracy of numerous roports In of this nature hut tho activity to neutrals for gold oxportatlons somo months past aroused the concern of treasury officials prior to the President's proclamation. Tho bulk of American gold exports during tho past seven months has gono to South America mostly to Argentina and to Japan. A tremendous tncreaso in tho gold exports to Spain also Is recordod. Exports to the Orient also haye been obnorved closoly. Japan's withdrawals of gold during tho past fiscal year wero $110, 507,313, as compared with JS00.04S the year previous. Moxlco has figured to somo extent In reports reaching treasury officials to tho effect that German agents were straining themselves for American Investigagold. A comprehensive tion, howovor, is understood to havo o convinced officials that thero was likelihood of gold sent to Mexico reaching German hands, nnd whatexisted on that ever approhonslon score has been dissipated. lit-tl- Ohio County Oil Room. Ohio county seems to bo In for another oil boom. A Pennsylvania company recently brought in a well In Grayson county that promised fair results, and tho lease takers Immediately got busy In tho western part of Grayson county and the eastern v pait of Ohio. The Grayson well gavo oil at a depth of GOO feet, and will probably pump twenty barrels a day. Tho country about Olaton and westward us fur as New Haymus was at once a coveted territory by the lease hunters, and most of tho land was at onco taken. Moro recently, wo understand, other parties have gotten busy around Dundee and Sulphur Springs, and aro leasing tho territory extending down to tlio Hold Involved In tho develop ments a fow years ago. CHHSTKH KEOWN IX A FOREIGN COUNTRY III a letter to his mother, Mrs. Cal P. Koowii, dated "at a foreign port," Chester Keown says ho arrived safely at a forolgn port after a long trip, nnd was fooling fluo. He said liu could not write much ou account of tho censor, but to bo suro and send him tho papers. Ho says his address Is Co. F, 18th Engineers U, S. Expeditionary Forco to Franco, caro of Adjutant, General, Washington, D. C. A The Ohio County Doys' Agricultural Club exhibited their, products on tho north side of the square Fri day, and it Is conceded by everyone that the quality of everything exhibited was fully 50 per cent above that shown last year, which Is evidence of the fact that the boys aro taking an interest in tho club work, which pushed by County is so zealously Agent W. W. Browder. Mr. B. G. Nelson.Stato Agent Boys' Clubs, of Hopklnsvllle, was Judge of tho show, and he admits that thero was about the prettiest bunch of pigs exhibited ho had ever seen, and that It was a difficult matter to pin the Nat Alsop, tho Owensboro InvenIs claimed has developed a germicidal gas that will prove Invaluable In the treatment of wounds. Great results are expected of the new germacide in the treatment of the on the battle wounds of soldiers " -- fronts. ia . Secretary-We- ir said ttJfK further.-no- U tor, it '"- - Eastern Kentucky reports serious damage to crops by drought, which however, was broken by late August rains, and much recent imporvemont is noted. The Hour market In Owensboro seems to bo a sort of rudderless mariner at sea. The millers aro ntrald to buy wheat and tho farmers are afraid to sell, and the result Is that GOVERNMENTS APPEAL TO THK FARMERS there Is little doing in the wheat Withstanding the fact that the dis trict board is viewing the matter In a different light than the local board, that tho same action would be carried out on Friday by tho local board when it undertook to pass on tho exemptions filed by thoso omens tli 100 recently examined as has bee3" carried out from tho very first. Mr. Weir said further that it was never intended that a married man should do any army service as1 long as there-werplenty of single men left to perform this duty, and this Is tho construction placesd on the instructlois given tho board from three of tha highest authorities in the United States. e "blue." WIFE NO EXCUSE. . Just boforo going to press wo recolved a tolegram from S, O. Keown, moniber of tho County Exemption In Hoard, dated nt Madlsonvlllo, which ho said tho District Hoard had ruled that a dependent wlfo nlono would not exompt a soldier from the draft. Thero were 2D pigs exhibited, one Poland China, two Borkshlres and twenty-si- x Durocs. Tho Poland China won tho sweepstakes, butng considered by Mr. Nelson as the best pig in tho show. Bolow is the order in which the prizes wero awarded: DUROCS Clark Maddox, Beaver Dam, best Duroc pig, $15, by John Allen Wilson. POLAND' Dean, CHINA -- Fred Dundee, best Poland China pig, $15, by Squlro W. S. Dean. Leland E. Carson, BERKSHIRE Hartford, Routo 3, best Berkshire pig, premium Borkshlro pig, $15, by Honry M. Plrtle. Dan, Fred SWEEPSTAKES Poland China pig, $5 cash. Paul Best Pig Porker Duroc. Maddox, Hartford, Routo 4, $4 cash. Best Pig. 3d choice Duroc.Lyman Allon, Hartford, Routo 5, $4 cash. Best Pig, 4th choice Duroc, Wavy Wilson, Olaton, Routo 1, $3.50 cash. Best Pig, Gth cholco Duroc, Kenneth Tlnsloy, Hartford, Routo 5, $3. Best Pig, Gth cholco Duroc, Geo. Brown, Rockport, $2.50. Best Pig, 7th choice Duroc, Otis Maddox, Hartford, Routo 4, $2.00. Best Pig. 8th cholco Duroc, Ray Maddox, Hartford, Routo 4, $1.50. Tho following boys had pigs in tlio show that wero very lino indeed, and ovory ono of tho pigs did honor to tho boys who groomed them for the show: John Tanner, Hartford, Route 7; aid to tho State roads this Alnev C. Tanner. Hartford. Routo 7: Federal 'j. C. Llndley, Centortown, Route 1; year will bo H,G5Q,000. The winning of the war may depend upon tho American farmers' Tho dryhouso of the Glenraoro Distilling Co., at Owensboro, was ability to feed the Allied armies. Not the gutted by Are early Saturday night. men, nor guns, but bread may bo uproal test. The government calls county to do William Barnes was given a llfo on tho farmers of Ohio their bit by increasing their food sentenco In tho Daviess Circuit Couit crops by twenty per cent. The last on a charge of murdering his wife 10,000,000 bushels may win tho war, last November. The Government is who knows? calling upon the farmers of Ohio W. D. LUCE DEAD. county to do their bit toward winning of tho war. Tho price of wheat has W. D. Luce, a well known citi- been fixed for 191S at $2.00, and zen of Ohio county, died at his resi with lilts assurance of a profitable dence a few miles from town Thurs price for the wheat crop of next day afternoon, of a nervous trouble, year It would bo llttlo short of a at tho ago of 52 years. crime for tho farmers of Ohloouu-t- y Mr. Luce was born in Luce Town to neglect tho planting of the bigship, Ind., but came to this county gest wheat crop In the comity's hismany yoars ago, since which tlmo he tory this fall. Let us all get busy has mado this county his homo. H and contribute our share toward the is survived by kis wife and two bread supply for tho winning of tha sons, William H. and Robert E. Mr. war. Luco was a member of tho Baptist This is a call to a patriotic servlco, church, and his funeral services wer and wo hope every farmer In tho conducted by Rev. Edgar Allen, hi county will respond. pastor, assisted by Iter. R. I). BenW. W. BROWDER, nett, of tho Methodist church, after County Farm Agent. which his remains wero Interred by M. L. HEAVRIN. the local order of the Maccabees of ROWAN HOLBROOK, which he was an honored member, In Com. Publlo Defettss. Oak wood cemetery. Gas At Leltchflrld. Oil prospectors havo tapped a ga Women's Help Wanted. Miss Margaret Marks, representa- field nt a depth of ono thousand Teot tive here of tho Red Cross at Louls-vlll- within the corporate limits of tho will recelvo from thoso Interest- town. Tho pressure Is about a millIn tho comfort and welfaro of ion feet, and Is ample for tho neoiU ed our soldier boys, contributions of of tho people of the Grayson metropwool out of which knitted garments olis. for tho boys may bo made. ExpeHN Spivl.il Ability. rienced knitters willing to do their "How is your young friend gottlug may recelvo bit for tho boys lu arms without cost to themselves, wool for on us a chauffeur?" "I believe ho's managing to raisa this purpose by applying to Miss tho dust." Baltimore American. Murks. 1?,iijJtf?;---!!- market. ' . wrrpJTTTTpr o, -- T- tho beginning of tho present year ILLEGITIMACY IS thoro wore 134 fire and flro marine DERELICT MAYOR. Insurauco companies operating In this PROBLEM FOR ). $. State. Four new Insurance compansince that ies hare been admitted MAY LOSE dato. Pigs-Patriot- ism ,,, v.Tn1A, Tho risks written In Kentucky as ,,,.,,,, mm.imi.'.v roported by all lire Insuranco com-- , COS-panio,,,,,,.;, (),,, UAL'SKS GUAM) JURY INDICTS OITICKK Of! were $478,227,230.63. cKlltfOF WKM'AIIK IIOIIV. AND HIS I'ltlVATK HKC- this tho Kentucky stock companies n ItKTAKY. wrote $1S.46G,GS3; Kentucky assess-- 1 pork producer. $6,5GS,377.50; ; companies, ment The War lias placed a big responsibility on the American stock companies other States, J340.-- ! looming up Annies and the l! ECHOES 832,553.13; mutual companies of RIOT RACE ot war PfoblcmB that aro Quoting President Wilson, "Without abundant food, alike for the States, $2,971,095.04; foreign"3 other w.li break embarked recelvlHg consideration by the gov. companies, $99,977,282.30. people now at war, the whole great enterprise upon which we have Tho premiums reported on busl- - crntuental authorities. down and fail." Thirty-seve- n Potmhim To Answer I'or nnaa ilnnn In IvOlltllpkv amounted to The extent to which It Is giving concern is Indicated by a report of Ilercnt Disorder In KaM .St. $5,827,098.01; of this the Kentucky IxjuIs, III. oral Children's Bureau of the one. Adequate food production is The program of our Government is a stock companies received. $297.557.-- i tho 0I ''auor wlcu says in World s food mutuals, 180; tho Kentucky the most importanfof all phases of the work so far undertaken. The t: assessment '945.70; Kentucky him. "To a smaller extent tho problems reserve is low. The FA KM Kit is the food producer, so it is up to rtellovlllo, III., Sept. 8. Mayor 1)ano3 n77COo.70; stock compan- Kuropean countries Krcd Mollman, of Hast St. Louis, and ,os of other StateS( $4,202,073.31; jtl,at confront sufficient for connection with Ills private secroUry. Maurice Ahearnjmutllat com,,aies ot other State, !wl" Mlst hcro Wc expect to be in constant operation and furnish daily. Liquid Feed wire indicted today 111 connraiuii;.,, jnsrn. fnVlin rnmnnti ps. St.- - I'luriuius luum mi iiiuKiuiiiiuu uiiii- 8,000 da.ry cattle. 20,000 to 25,000 hogs, and'Glenmorc Dried Grains, as part ration, for dren who havo been receiving supwltb the grand jury Inquiry Into thu 090.021.80. port from men who go Into tho ranks. recent race riots In East St. Louis. The losses paid In this State aro seven were returned against renortcd - Tho question of continuing the supKenIndictments Our feed supplemented with clover, corn fodder, etc., makes pork at less than as $3,025,040.27; con- port ot theso children Is one that thirty-seve- n other persons In indications Ulciy companies paying $175,371.- cents per pound, which is now selling on open market at twenty cents, with ncctlon with tho riots, but their s0. KeIltucjjy mutuals, $9,711.97; must be considered in making plans of going higher. names were not available as the cap- - KcIltucky nssessment companies, for Government or other allowances for soldiers' dependents. lases for their arrest had not been $105,511.91; stock companies of Hate Is l.iiu-- . nr States. S2.210.9GS.37: mutual Get busy in raising hogs and encourage others to do so. Call or write us for particulars. Tho grand Jury submitted a re- - corapalllca of other States, $25,3S6.-- j "The rate of Illegitimacy in tho? liort scoring the Mayor for his al- - 20. foreign companies, $49S.G0G.02. j,arts 0f the United Status for wblc leged dilatorine.-i- In taking means figures aro obtainable hn always to curb tho rioters who took part in Sprains And Strains Ilellevcd. the been considerably lower than the slavinc of negroes on July 2 and Sloan's Liniment Ollickly takes the 'rotes In nmil of tho Kurnnrati i'iii!i- rerommended that ho be rcmovc'1 pain out of strains, sprains, bruises tries. The precautionary lncaMircs from otllce. . KY. A clean, that are bolnc taken In this country! and all muscle soreness. Mayor Mollman." says tho report, dcar (J(, cag. appleil lt quick- - should prevont an increase In the ... . . l. JUH&V.U 1... 1.1a .inttnnct .... iv ncnotratos wit lout rilbblllK. bioans lneltimacv rate line to war 4...1.r.,1 .. - , is ir, ... ....... iiuiKi uv t' "If you can not cross the ocean proven by tho evidence. If Ills Llnlment ,ioes not stain the skin or tions. The army and navy author!-- , fj And our gallant soldiers lead. failure to givo turecuons to uic nun- c,og th(J poreg Hk0 mU8gj. Rasters or ties and national and local commit-- , You can do your bit far better tia and If his failure to call upon olutments, por chronic rheumatic tees have already takon action to- -' tho Sheriff and to dopullzo citizen-- ncUcs ami pams. neuralgia, gout and ward providing adequate recreation Raising pigs on Glenmore Teed." who offered their services, were tho lumbago have this n rem- - and opportunities for sorlal life ..... . ,,.,... i oi a lack oi iimmj ui ui C(lj. 1)an(jy palns of gripP among the mobilized troops as a Kor ... omco snou.u w uuum irtgiir, tuo ,iii't,-im"P' i.wi!)"ii.iny (m( tolIow,ng strcpnouB work.it gives moral protection. nini ami given in u uiuticiii quick relief, A. all druggists, 25 "Tho tendency to Include HUgltl- Urge Itolsnatloii. 2 'mate as well as legitimate children ceuts. ' -cA 6 provisions for the lake waters not far from th- - t Q.OtriAa a& In the Government If his failure to net was because P P ?V " 'support of soldiers' families may be preset! t site of the city, while north yy SAl.T HIVKIt. his sympathies wre with those who negroes out of a forecast of tho more of this a vast field, like that of Green considered sought to drive tho .... . .. . tsi tnnnwi1 fnifli I f In rf til nit t'lf'li n si it litiiim 1t. nliiMilil mnt.A rrtril k:.Sm wtntufiL r .. a iiikii- inn i.iimii. im. Huiiviiu '. rL. nil a iuiiiu iituiu iuuii llwmiihivii v wivii .'. land, stretched away in unbroken ,..,, ,.,, Is In lav- come as a part of the whiteness to the polar regions. which will for a Chief Executive who reconstruction following the war. . The waters of the lake, first known or of inforclng 100 per cent of tho .v.. .... '" ..........v.. t laws. nt n, .nrn, "Rninr rn Tlie Illegitimate clillil Is already OI " ti, citizens and in- - c,t nivf,r- - o.,niip,i . ,iofoatoil can- - as much concern to child welfare l"i,,n uoriuwosi oi me c.iy as lar as, "The diistries and tho respectable laboring ,...iatps. for nontical otllce. not onlv in agencies as is the child of more for- - raiiuiiiMon ana a mm. nujoiiu i o.p ir.ico or the niiuiin bi ' birth. The improvement in men should unite and demand the Kentuckv. but throughout the resignation of the Mayor as the Uon as ;eU appears t0 be shroudeii status and right to support. toKtlh- - lino aro mill visible, the h ghest at " elevation of Si. feet above the, , some obscur,ty, although it greatest good ho can do his city." is er with tho general concern for tho Ok . or about .J, feet above Detroit chargo against the known that u was first emloyed In, welfare of all children as lndlspensa- The specific "l"ctween this outer beach Mayor Is malfeasance in office, based that mcan,ng ,n l0 section travers- - 'Wo to tho welfare of the State, will and the river aro no less than 12,11.. tho time e on his alleged negligence that dassIc stream slxty ,jr lessen tho penalty upon the illegit- - tlnct shore lines marking lower stag-- , 'Imato child." of the riots. Tho charge, against tho seventy years ago. of the lake waters. One of them. The report coos at leneth Into a Mayor's secretary is that ot conspir There are varying accounts of how acy with the rioters in that he or- the term became to be used in tho discussion of illegitimacy In Europe tho Klkto" shoro ,,n'. l'nss" through tn0 cl,-- J1,st north of thw Grand f'ir- dered the police and militia to de- derision of aspirants to office who as affected by the war. - In Kun.pe. ,clla "' Madison Avenue nt an ele- Conditionstroy cameras, "thus preventing were beaten at the polls. A popular 15 fact nllOVe the "Tn Hnrmnnv" If Knrs "tlii nor. Vatloil Of nhollt ... ' men from photo legend has it that many years ago a ..... . moving picture centage of lllcgltlniattJilrths before sea; one of tho lowest, the Kongo graphing tho mobs.1 candidate for an office in Hardin Is near tho Union Sta"Xo man." says the report, "gave countT jn the midst of his campaign the war was over twice that In Kng- - shore line. anu informed his friends that he Intend- - Ian(1 aml wales v., in lyiJNinci tion. The outlet of tho lake was at greater assistance to the rioters assured them moro safety from pros- - e(, t0 g0 up gaU rlver aml election-- j 9.8 in 1014. In IJerlln tho number first past Kort Wayne to WabasU ecutlon that did Ahearn when he or- - eer for voteSi assuring them that he,of illegitimate births in the fourteen River. Changes in the positions of dored that photographers be denied ha(, great strengtli with the Totergjnionths after the beginning of th the great Ice lobes and in the elethe laud later ieir free rights to take pictures." ln tlmt geCti0n. ,)1v;ci;:'riL- - war was ,n-- 9 Per ccnt less tlian tl,e vation ot nf tlin nnttptv shifted the iinrtliwanl a similar perioil befora lncfittnn SuiUiig action to words, the j" 'oiv CominUstnn Named. .)! Michigan wj across and westward .. in r.ngiano ami oica uu -. so tha storv noes,. embarked Hie war. .. -. ..u . ...... kuuuk a. iwiniiii o.i o i,if h.v. .ll.lnte. een 1913 and 1916 the number of through the Mohawk valley to " s:iv thi renort In a canoe and sUrted up the stream lw M.e rin nf .iniv Hudson, and finally ovr the blttff O illegitimate births decreased in conclusion, "a now polica and fire in search of tho votes that would tenths of one per cent. In tho same at Queenston, Qnt... where Niagara rh . . . font- M.nr nf ii.a no. land him into the office and fill his mj was oorn. .nraw nave Deen dSrMMMM4-44MA.A,vv s When Period the total births decreased 10.8 rans by lir- -. nnmnn.ri of three of the strone- - cup of ambition to the brim. geologists to tho successive &'&WJrJ0WZWZZ0 cent. It follows that tho num- - siven ...t on.i mn.t rnniitniiin mnn iii K.ist the election was held. It is related Per .1 that submerged this area and Her of illegitimate births to total St. Louis. They have courage and ,that tho candidate who sought and births showed a rise from 4.3 In " Interesting and complicated hls- xtiililr Dur evidence shows that who was so certain of support up, tory has boen deciphered. The un- 191G. The tho coterie of oorrupt politicians Salt Itlver, suffered inglorious defeat. 1913 to 4.S In report says, German raveling of tho history of these sev-.- S have - authorities, tho -- v f . . ' who havo been the undoing of the and that this gave rise to the widelyi cral lakes and ot their relations to J hamper the used term to convey the meaning that ognlzed the Importance of protecting tlie positions will be able to of the Ice fronts and i mothers and Illegitimate fire and pollo commission a long unsuccessful candidates needed more unmarried 191C, the ulevations of the laid Is a work children. as Mr. Mollman retains the office ot votes and might emulate the example provides A decree of April, -- ninir . !, for maternity benefits in of deductive reasoning which has c,i rivpr" in sivirrii nr of tho birth of an Illegitimate occupied tho minds of geologists for Notwlthstandlnd the fact that Monterey produces millions We havo not been able, because them of I if the fithpr has acknowledcod many years and compared with which dollars worth of potatoes, sugar boBts. applrs. peaches, barley, ot the lack of time, to apprehend, Another version of the origin 0 renowned Slier- -' alfalfa, dairy products, livestock, etc., there H much land u niiu uuiikuiiuii tu oun'un hiu ,. ....,. , n.millo.l ri mna li.u frimniiH nnlto.il Tihrnso. a t liiit .. ' v I......-.- it lllli i.it lllUltl an ,..li vuiiumi.h-that as 1....L' 1I..1.....U oi'. l...c. ..f n.i only needs farmers and settlers to make It more hi the recent riots In East St. after a heated campaign in one of I" Leipslg all illegitimate babies, - lur0'""'0l Intensively pro. poorer class.ductlve. This Is a rich coast county with a mild oven j the counties that border the stream. well as tho babies of the Louis." climate. A recent publication of the Unit- - X imilir tho rltv'q In- you can si:k this rouxntv witiiout'i.kavino The grand jury recommended that tho defeated candidates formed a par- - es. dro iroiint Cl1 Stca Geological Survey. Depart-- 1 an experiment in child iiojik the now grand Jury, which assein-- . tv that went un Salt river ostensibly ' fant carojw Wo have Issued a beautifully Illustrated l'ranco nient ot tho Interior, tho Detroit folio i welfare Uliring tho war. booklet telling of Mon tiles September 17, continue the In- - on a fishing frolic, but in - reality to 'i.oo or tho united terey County, and tho opportunities there for YOU patscd a law proviuini, fnr tha ' the Geologic Atlus vnutffrntfnn nf tlin r:lPfl riots. Tho console each ollic-- r nlTJ lo escafiS tho . Send ut ten .. colli, fur llila 1.....M..I .....I .. . . .. . ',,.... uuu .iai,iS o. uiUkU w..u 1T..1 ipHttmatlou of IllcKltlmato children .J....v. .va....o ....'.'... ..Il.'ri3, 11 "... i. "l'io copy of SuiHet Mivgazlno uau ;""'"- Magazine rrunu jury aiso renews us lormer jium lustrations, and descriptions ot all the one big National by tho subsequent niarriaKe of their rr telling of the life and develop-uieronnmnipiwinitnn (hnl Statn com- - won tho offices and their friends. tho phenomena of this region. Tho ' of the West. Address, -. stabulary bo organized. Circuit. Stll another story has it that j.t-- 22 Jj?,C William II. Sherzer, of , author, I'rof. bac kin tho Forties, during a cam-th- e Sl'XSKT MAA.I.K SKHVIOR Judge Georgo A. Crow, in thanking i tho Michigan State Normal College, IirilK.l, 8A.V VhaXCISCO fcl(oi iiott Over roughs. grand jury for Its work, express- - paign for tho local offices in Hullltt . j 'J.; ...in I .suauili Bliwo lau IVOUI15 VI HID VVVJ1 I)r, liens ed the linno that thn netlt lurv that 'county the candidates nKreed that In' 4 l f 'ys-1Ul- d . " '' "f tries the men flamed in tho Indict- - tho event they were defeated at tho stop 'that hacking Cough that lingers Ions by eminent sclehllsts. The -oothlhg p,utlga paddle a ca- -, from January. menu bo equally courageous ami c.ecuou mat eacu 'mimulato uuwlao ext.en idtures. rnnnro.l in co.oi.oi-dtli.iIf .. . neais thoro. .iioo up Salt river and return, which balsams looseit tno 7S (hoy did to the great delight of the1 the Irritated membrane. Jae glycer-- ; One hundred and five men were A named in tho indictments returned large crowd that lined tho banks to Ino relieves tho tender tlnmcd, you'"'1 " Uuuoro Inch, were confined it ... i,i ., -' a few weeks ago as connected with witness the sight. It Is further re- - breathe easier and coughing ceasM, i bn"' ? tillzed It Ins in fact i !' U3' Hoslde tho interesting lake liialo- lated that somo of tho unsuccessful Don't neglect a lingering cough, it r.'p the race riots. If all the thirty-nln- o Used in Years b' ts 'Utll llfllll Qb ,.,. Dr. HoII'h ll.in.Tnr. ryAhfi folio COlltalllS a discussion of "" "r wl.rt mniln llin pnnnn Irln Is flanpermis. ,,,,llni.,.l ,i .,( U,t' I"W"M' '"' period and ot earlier ly naiiKMl, tho number now under experienced a change of luck and at Honey is antiseptic and pleasant to tho facial " "u, w" d l'n"da to tlio squaro W m -v . .. as a result of the riots Is the noxt election were victorious and Uake, benefits young and old, get it gcolog,J . ages. There nro jiinny . ... V I a.I. ,. 1. ll ll'llll. lllllll o- " utter that it became a fixed custom at your druggist 141. roruiulaon rocic rormations unepiy biirlotl "i ll0 ox,llllle(t noonor or later. I vl" 2 neath tho glacial drift, as uliowu by for those who got left at tho polls bottle. 2Cc. down or tho records ff deen borfnes. one of:l)ll( msr wu"8 t'ftl1 'o Has u lllgli Opinion of Cluimberlalii's to mnko a canoo trip "up Salt river." which Is more than 4,000 foot in tl,fc ",l1 0,les ca" ,'u 'openO1'." Tablets. "Going up Salt river," It Is said G'KOLOGIC I.VVKSTIOATIO.V lne 'ecripiion concludes with a "I.tuu-uhJgk oiiliiliin.nf ..Cham- - bucajiie in reality an excursion for! ()!' IIKTItOlT AllKA;(1lltn- - T1,cso rock '""BO from the of surface and under I.erlain's Tablets for biliousness and defeated candidate for many years! .Trenton limestone, or, Ordovlclun I'xcubsIoii .. u .ago, to tho Coldwat'er sliule, of llui !Krou"(l waters', soils, anid forests , . v. A. ufterwurd. itixutivu." writes sirs. Whother tlio stories mu, Thoro was onco a time when for sale for fin Iiariifii. Charleston, 111. "I havo nov- - truo or not. tho "also raits" after ev- - marines would havo been much moro CnrbonlfcroiiH. Among tho mineral '11,ls' work, which' .. . Tt. j. ii j. IIIU y tho Diroc.'or of tho United ",0 I.J..w.u S 'W - fi UII dfl 13 ir toutiil anything so mild and pleas- - ory election In Kentucky and usoful In Detroit than automobiles, resources ot tho area are clay, salid, W has . ant to use. My brother ...,....also throughout tho United States take a Many thousands of years ago tho KaB " scouring sand, hluI t.eologlcal Siu'yfty. WanhiiiK. dh .. .. . .. . l 'i... ii.ii iiBi-i- i u.uBtj muieis wuu euusiuciury myiuicai trip "going up salt river, itone, llmo. um- " t" ' piibllMhi'd Jmtli in fo(J huh cruHiieu ceding front or tlio great continental "' Sold Everywhoro"1 m and tho o.xpresslon has becomo to bo lco sheet blocked the cast ward out- - cemont, rock salt, brino and ocher. j"1"1 oc!' fornis. in o.'ilirlng thy retiultH." Concerning tho search for oil and '"n" "esired MliouliI lie Hpe.'iliod as n political byword. used let of Lako Krio basin and forced the -" , iiiti: ix.suicaxck Salt river, which has come to bo lako waters to find an outlot west-- 1 natural gas In this area, Urofosuorl IS KIl.KI) WITH AUD1TOU rogttided by many outside of Ken- - ward to tho Mississippi. Sherzer nays: Going to tucky us a mythical stream, betauso tho Grand Circus at that tlmo would "Thero seems little Justification I Kiuaklort. Ky., Sept. 8. Tho for- - f Its connection with political dls- - havo boon about tho samo us piling-- t for further heavy expenditures In this seventh annual raj.ort of tli In- - appointment, has its sourco In the lug beneath tho sea ut thu foot of Boarch, though (he heavy Hows For Infants and Chlldr..., oi suraiae Dapartmont was filed" with Smit, of tho Stat0 0mnt.08 ....,, ono of ,ho ..,., n.iuwatur pocket gus' from many places in !n Use For Over & l A'. Kt ll, . nr... ....... . . . ......... .. Years Slulu Auilllar Clftttllll Imluv I.V O.. !'. i l. rvl.l ..I .., rilHOA T, NOSE wiuu ,,,i m roini, iweniy oi Aiusaa, lor u great tun or ice tne Antrim suaio win probably oou- - Always bears j rhoinus, hiiurauce Commisijloiior. At mues below Louisville. ' ,he , SZfTTZT hundreds of fcot hi hoib'ht rose above tluuo to arouao fulso hopos and to ! ZZZ j JOB and Profit I cs ,'nRtnT 77, ocm-Dar- oth-issue- d. , s GLENMORE DISTILLERIES CO Inc. ' -- .......... ' j j OWEN5BORO, 11- -1 ' well-know- ros-ui- tc i'un. !?&& tTp'ttP V9if j T - .... - i i law-abidi- to ,C BUY YOUR : v I I STRAW HAT FROM v. ,,u ' er Hub Clothing Co. HARTFORD, KY, f- &,; two-mm(c- cl .., j rec-Msy- or ., monierey uounty II.. .rV7iCirrrVVfWW'1 ' t44AAAtn.tHtttt..t... ,..... iso .,,,, t Good Farmers Needs i .it. y - ij ll ., VJ ' -- nt uine-Tar-iion- .- - - i "'".', "ZJTuZ?. .., "'" .,!,,.. ' a y. '"T 't' "rel 2 40 III I ' i- - i lt I .... .... (t'' - CARDU! ft w - -- CASTOR 30 A' i ., nii ..'... ... 'DR. J. H. THORPE I i Sle,auucol f . 7 Tfe , t? 'ln,'(ljffiqWW OWKNSliOKO, KY. -- f KENTUCKY PUBLIC ROAD TAX LAW CRISIS OF WOMAN'S LIFE RUSS SOLDIERS DENY COWARDICE It. SLAV COMMlTTT.n CI.AKKH KKW.SI'Al'KltH AGGKKATK. ON l)K- KX- gottlng over the dock I nsked them where that sunken lake was on:l 521 found that they hnd never heard of 5S3ErCTK5EEIf -- AH PASSIM) IIV Till: KXTRAOIIDI. KAUV HUSSION OK TIIK (JK.. KIIAIj ASSKMHIiV, 1017. Change Safely Passed by Taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. WnRonrr, Okln.' "I never jjet tired of praising Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg e- - - tion for tho Improvement and An net to provide revenuo Jiy taxa- of public roads nntl bridges of the county. ff ia llo It enacted by tho General of tho Commonwealth of IJPiiy i l.(ltnl Tax Order Oilllnj; Election Inxiial of Itonds). Tho fisThereby Promoting DUicstfon cal court of any county In tho Stnto Cheerfulness and RcsLConlaite Deep Ulue Lake. Mr. Hill-ma- n named may submit to tho voters at a special graphed: i neither OpIum.Morpmnc w was the last survivor of this grave today had ft election to be held for that purpose, "Officers confirm tho courage of Jlincral. NoTAncoTic not been for Lydia in Hope Villa, Louisparty and died tho ittostlon of voting a tax of any E. Pinkham's Vcb-etab- our soldiers and falsehoods about JtalptcfOUDtSMllUmim March 19, 1915, in tho eighty-thir- d sum not exceeding 20 cents on the Comnouml tho demoralization of tho nrmy are iana, JPampiin it year of his age. ArXfinaa hundred dollars on all property sub- which brought me out of It nil right, so refuted by the fact that our troops-mad- e i I am now well nnd do all my housework, "While standing on the rim of the ject to local taxation, under Section besides working in my garden. Several AiuttStedseveral counter-attacks.- " In IS 85 with Professor Joseph Lako 157a of tho Constitution, for the Im- of my neighbors have got well by takIn explaining the deserters throng LeConte, tho thought occurred to mo Warn Sua provement or construction of tho ing Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- ing tho road eastward, ho said It (lanrttdScgcr public roads nnd bridges of the coun- pound." Mrs. Viola Finical, Wagon- was natural In a retreat for some I that, no point around this wonderful InlHynm Brer yet Okln. ty, either or both, as tho fiscal court er,Such warning symptoms as sense of soldiers to become separated from cauldron had the hand of man i,ntnfnl Remedy fcf desecrated with peanut stands or may direct. The order of tho fiscal suffocation, hotflashcs, headaches, back- their regiments. Constipation and Diarrhoea. 'other marks of desolation, and that -.- court calling tho election shall speci- aches, dread of impending evil, timidity, rcvcnsnn Tho correspondent of tho Novoo save it si and fy tho amount of tho tax to be levied sounds in the ears, palpitation of tho Vretnya, answering these allegations, something should be done to heart sparks before the eyes, irreguWuttinlheftfrcffljnllL6111 for the people of this great each year and tho number of years larities, constipation, variable appetite, relntes a conversation r with Gen. forever country. for which tho tax may bo Imposed, weakness and dizziness should be needed iiemnov8Ki,commanucr on me wcsi-- i "How to accomplish this was tho women. Lydia E. PinkbS aC not exceeding ten years, nnd shall al- by mkldle-age- d ', , I , question. We discussed it at length , ham's Vegetable Coirlpound so provide that no amount of money many women safely through has carried , , miiiij uiiu inu ctiTuiry ruKimeiUH hnd Anally decided the only way was the crisis. . in excess of tho nmount that can bn nnd nil the artillery brilliantly per- eS- -- j to have a national park created. w f "NEW TfUlli yalacd by the levy In any ono year formed their duty, while one divismeans were discussed and, shall bo expended In that year. It the duty of tho sheriff to advertise ion nnd two brigades of Infantry un- Ways and the work of preparation commenced may also borrow money In any year, the time and purpose of the election questionably failed. A large A petition to the in lulvnnco of tho collection of the nn,i the amount of tax to be levied of the Infantry threw away then and there. asking for tax for thnt year, not exceeding SO cacj, ycar n tho paper published In their rifles and fled. Ho cited an President was prepared, the withdrawal from tho market of por cent of the estimated tax. and the county having the largest circ- Instnnco of deserters looting the milp Exact Copy of Wrapper. townships, which petition was TMI CCNTAUR COHMIII, HtW TOK CITT. ulate bonds therefor, the amount of intlon for thirty days before tho itary stores, adding that measures ten granteS the following January, when ISM tho tax to be estimated, according election; and If there bo no papor had been taken to nrrcst the traitissued an execto the assessment and collection of published, then by printed advertlse-th- o ors. Six hundred deserters arriving President Cloveland utive order to that effect. preceding year, but any money ,nent postcrt nt tno court ilous0 floor nt Pskoff by train were arrested and "Tho actual work of , interesting t.o borrowed shall bo paid out of the nd at three other public places in returned to the front. commenced immediately Congress money raised from tho tax In thcxcftci, voting precinct for thirty days As further cvldenco of the demorseventeen years, year in which tho money Is borrow- - UGforo the election, alization of tho Russians, tho corres- and continued for when a bill was passed and signed ed. So that all Indebtedness cre-- j j c (Election Officers). The elec-ate- d pondent assorts fliat three regiments by tho President May 22, 1902, tho In nny one year shall bo paid out tion nuove provided for shall bo held of Germans crossed" tho "Dvlna at mid-da- v marriage of my on nontoons without, the loss nf anniversary of the of tho fund raised in that year. uy tho gam 0nicers who bold the narents ! (Amount of Tax). The fls- - rcBulnr election, and the election a man. Ho declares the Infantry He- No Money cal court shall'also hi tho order call- - 8nnll be licd aml the returns thereor sorted the artillery and was deaf to inAdvance eoplc Speak Well of Chamberlain's ing the election specify the amount ,naie )n tno samo mnnner as 8 pro- tho picas of the latter to assist in re 'Ii Tablets. Guaof nd valorem tax to bo levied each yMM Xrs law for tho regular elec-yeo- r, moving ammunition. "I have been selling Chamberlain's ranteed Military patrols aro covering the which shall ?jo any sum not tion. LowestNet Tablets for a"bout two years and'heard and nrresting exceeding 20 cents on the one hun-- i Fa ot e-s7. fKmrrcciiry.i As there is roadsbetween Germac deserters. Bat- - such good reports from my customcavalry and dred dollars of assessed property. Prices t 0 adequate systUm or law by which ,'(,cs to give ftiem a ers that I concluded 5 J. (How (jticMion .SuinnlKiHl). counlles nlay ievy the tax licreln pro-Th- e Russian rear guards continue hi the myself, and can say that I do Terms A question to be submitted to th! yMetlt an,j tll0 counties of the State vicinity of Segevold, Pskoff and trial Saving oi 'Is aonther preparaIs of the 'not believe there Gen. Klembovkl people shall bo: "Are you for a pro?SlOO to j. a nee(1 n)f BOme innncdlate all Chaussee. tion of the kind equal to them," wty tax of cents on each one- - ln thIs rCspect. an emergency Is.here- - opinion that the lull In the German McBrlde, llcadford, G. A. From Facla 'writes P. A. STARCK hundred dollars' worth .of property, ,)V (iecinrc,i to exist, and this bin nnroiilt to tnmnn.v nml fliT.f tory Direct nt- ou are truhlei w"h ind'-..- ... PRESIDENT In the county, to be levied each year slian i,CComo effectlTO upon Its pa- - likely to be resinned, but Relieves ,. ,. constipation give them a .. ...... years, for the purpose of EaR0 mm even u inej succcvu ii. rcucu-- 1 'cestlon or 'nr aii approval. m trial. They will do you good. Ing Pskoff before winter It will conImproving or constructing, cither orj .Approved April 25, 1917. no great menace as that is stitute uuui, uiu iimun uiiu urinous ui uic j Piano for 30 days' free trial. In your CATHOLICS IX Wo will ship you a beautiful the utmost tho enemy can hope to ALJiIEI VUMItKK TWICE TEUTOX home. No cash payment required. Starckwe ask Is that you will play upon, use county?" Tho rate of taxation, and All Had Cough? Keverish? drippy? and test this piano for 30 days. If, at the end of that time, you do not find it the nttaln. tho number of years for which the highest grade, sweetest toned and finest piano la every way, that you have ever newi ur. King s now jjiscovotv i Tho Petrograd Council of, Workanu we win, in mav seen lor me money, you are at penec- - iiDeny 10 senu tax Is to be levied to he inserted New York, Sept. 8. Pope Benesoothing bal- - men's and Soldiers' Deputies has orevent, pay the freight both ways. T. to Starck Piano must make good with you. Tnprf Irn lilnnlr kmivft. nml ,.n'to stop that cold, the or there la no sale, message to the belllger-vtn:rn!'i."7 dict's peace Fmall squares to be placed opposite' sa, IErclicnts heal tho Irritated ganized a special department to 'ents Easy Fayminls Savi $150.00 or Mart lends Interest to the fact that on the richt of l membranes, soothe the sore throat, struggle with tho alleged counter question and tho vou from 80 Ton at cash down, but direct We among the Central Powers I prices thin save youto upwards of our factoT. Jhe cf.trial,pay no can begin paymentalter the days low on S150.00 Id that jou rame, one for votes for and one fori1'10 ntlBcptle qualities 1M the germ mvnin.im,. Thnrn wero a Tew minor "Catholics suggested by a piano est. easiest are outnumbered almost two to one you Ul uur piano lie gull autre tu you can manufacturer.terms everterms are arranged to fruiiHJ. luiuiau Clb ,8 Quickly relieved. Dr. cola disorders in the capital yesterday, money than votes nimiust he measure, designated "" These for the a better ,n A,,leU na" Bult your convenience, and it la possible for You are assured o( receiving secure elsewhere. TAnor.lv..lT l.v li irnr.lB "Yn." nml JKlllg's New Discovery has for 48 but aparently "they were i,ot related b' Persons of that falth you to buy a piano for your home, without a satisfactory sweet ttmtd durable high grad remedy for nnd their object was the "looting of ,UUUB been the standard missing the money, . , , piano. And If a majority of the vot- - J "No." Roughly, the Central Powers havo nnd oll's ln thousands of fprovlslon stores. aiaren 3RYaaCuarapt crs voting upon this proposition 5, 900, 000 Catholics and the Entente PlaysfMaiMi and have 2nd -- Hand Bargains in frnr ,.r it. timn fhn fiscal court i homes. Get a bottle to-dEvery Starck Piano l i are Starck Allies 100,000,000. Experience the Best acher. We hate constantly on hand It handy in your medicine chest for the best and most beautifhall, as soon, as the result has been slightly back This guarantee Piinoi an tfas The Pope is the spiritual leader of 5 ' of it our S5 yeanhas piano t targe number of pianos ofused ful l'lvcrrou is generally admitted that expe croup, grlppo nnd all It all of and market, ascertained nnd certified, make pro- coughs, colds, win' De & experience, and the repuabout 287,000,000 souls Catholics standard makes taken in exlighted with the many exvision for tno tomI and brldgo work bronchial affections. At your drug- rience Is tho best teacher, but should living in change fcr tew Starck Pianos tation of an clusive features of these the principal belligerent we not mako nse of the experience of gist, 50c. responsible piano house. t The followand wonderful instruments, and contemplated. ing are a few sample bargains: will be pleased with the others as well as our own? Tho ex- -' countries are divided about asfol- !J0 Free Muslo very low prices at which 5 4. (Collcelloii). Weber ?110.00 ThesneriTj Is (lows: fperlence of a thousand persons they can be secured. There's Tho .Rob. Lessons Steinway 92.00 . fdiall collect the taxes at the same Kingdom S.boo.ooo Piano Book Fro Chickering 90.00 "I'm so dissatisfied with my shab- - moro tobo depended upon than that j united To every purchaser of time anil in mo Fame maimer uiiu n.v 3S.000.000 give free Send today for our new Starck Pianoa,-- e Many thousand t France ? Kimball of one Individual. 95.00 y "ttIu ,10H,e. aftor Bcel,,B ll0rs-- " one of music lessons, in plana the samo processes that he collects ' "Ye?, 20,000,000 Starck 195.00 beautifully illustrated you a , ...... .... ,i, the best known schools in .,. hook wmen gives but you saw only her house of persons have used Chamberlain's .Germany o.ner , Chicago. These lissons you " ' -large amount of informa'" .T UB.aou.uuu Send for our latest complete Cough Remedy for coughs and colds ,ustrIa-Hungar- y You didn't see the nni! flIPtUrB, -can take in your own home, tion regarding pianos. This bargain list. over as no nscn. court m.y , 32,500,000 by mail. Tbis represents book howa ltjI,aly will interest and. best t ol t,le mli. uie. I please you. Write todayT one year's free Instruction. nnd shall be liable on his official 7,oUU,uuuto bo a thorouchlv reliable nrenara- - Belgium --1343 Starck Bldfi., CHICAGO P. A. STARCK PIANO CO., bond for the faithful performance of 13,000,000 tion for those diseases. Try it. It Russian Poland "Scientists say that blondes iii limits hereunder. For tho col-- 1 3,000,000 Is prompt and effectual and pleasant 'Canada lection of the tax levied hereunder disappear in a few years." m United states i y,uuu,uuu girl j to take. This gnvo the golden-hatre- d the sheriff shall be entitled to a com- mission of one percent of the amount her opportunity. 171,500,000 Total "Well, if you want one," said she, jo collected. From tills total allowanco must bo FOR FLETCHER'S (.VlwrclMiiienl). Tho fls- - sweetly; 'you'd better speak up J r. made for the Catholics of overrun court shall direct and It shall be jiow." cal Poland and Belgium, who aro not In m a position to be belligerents. This Is certainly not a religious PKItSfADKO COXttHKSS 17 YKA1UJ IX) MAKK IWKK war. Not only do Catholics and Prot-,- T -j-estants fight on each side, but Ger- Judge Will C. Steel.of Oregon.who many's Mohammedan Turkish allies Is known locally as tho "Father of are opposed by millions of those who J sne-XTt- te Park," pray looking toward Mecca, owing tho Crater Lako National told this story at tho recent National political allegiance to Great Isrltninj 'and Russia. India and tho Cnucas-- I Parks Conference In Washington: You can be a success, and a bic success, if ,vou have- z r U lj"ai. years aco I was a us and other southern portions of Z j farmer's uc-- In southern Kansas uussia navo produced ions oi inou-- 'j AMBITION '. EliEIlGY ' NERVE. i ' and attended school flvo miles dls- - sands of bravo fighters against Prus-'- i j jggagSSgiaigaMawTOh roaa to success is easy it you are properly taut. My lunch was carried Jn a slan autocracy. Ono warm day in .May. iiiowspapor. prepared. A Business Education is the chief requisite V, Is moro section Inr Juno 1 sat 111 tno Rehonlrnnm eat- -' QfThere country Catarrh In thW dlgcase8 the tlmn a olher Mug tho contents of. that papor. When put together, and for years it wos sup- for preparedness. Tho big men of today almost with, A cnnoTCMA'M nCo tn ibw! I 11 hor.ncurab!o. Doctors prescribed PEca tlirnuali I scanned tho coiuiuhh.il.u JocaJ rcmcdleSi ana by constantI. falling K5&irtvtv3 1 III x .i lontv distance nowadays to cet a out exception are the men who prepared yesterday. ' " euro witn m . 'A.f?y shoe at .big game. . s j? ing llie suort nrucies, iuiiuiik which to Incurable. local traatment. pronouncou c Catarrii Is a local disease. 'WHS II ileserlntlvo of a sunken lake " Wo prepare you for the position that are waiting lnllllin..l hv mn.tltllllnnnl fnn. slide action, j The remington UMC D13 Game Rifle that hnd heon discovered In Oroson. dltlons and thereforo requires constitutional treatment. School lxi session repeater or the Autoloading model) will take care of It was said to be 5,000 foot below cine, manufactured Hall's Catarrii Medi-& I f6r the propared man or woman. hand J. Clieney surrounding cou- Co., Toledo, Ohio, by l constitutional on uus toiuuiciu. tho surface of tho any kind ot game lounu la a tho entiro year. Pupils may enter at any time and shoot is free from delicate ntry, wllh vertical walls, so that no rrmody, la taken Internally and acl3 is as comfortaHc to carry as to thru the. blood on tli Mucous Surfaces body could roach tho water. of the System. Ono Hundred Dollars receive proper classification. human parts and complications. Is ofTered for any ca-'that Hall's In its center was nn island 1,500 Metall.cs willnivevi on Remington UIC In ammunition Catarrii Modlclna falls to cure. Bind for o ! Jfoet high, with an extinct rator in tho circulars and tostlmonUls. i. .nn,.n1. Inter to be distinctly worth while. All cahb F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. Ohio. top. In nil iny llfo I novor read an and models for every kind of sporting arm in the world. Sold by LiruRl3ts, lie. urtlclo that took tho Intense ho'd on Hall's Family I'llla for constipation. Sold by Spoiling Goods Deabrs in Your Community inn that thnt one did and I tlmn and 15 Tho Wionjr Sister. thcro determined to go to Oregon and CUm and oil yoursun niVA REM OIL, the combination j;o" down Lubricant and Rust Prcrcntite Powder Sohcut, Mrs. Crump Emily Smith, of tho !to visit that lako and to Hut upstairs, fell on the Ice and (Incorporated) .to tho water. UBMINGTON ARMS UNION MBTALLIC CARTRIDGU CO., Inc. Tlia H I LlVtit .Unvfaturat efTntimi and Ammunition in tin elU "I had two brothers In Portland sprained her wrist, Vv'uolwortli DuUding, Nw York Grunip Emily? What liifornal at that time. Two years thereafter OWEISSRORO, KY. my paronts luck! Why wasn't It aoraldlne who 1 went to Oregon with X Uoston wo wore mot at tho steamor jiounds tho piano? land by my brothers. Deforo script. Kentucky: , raw Clinngo of Life I was in bed two years nnd had two operations, but nil the doctors nnd operations did mo no pood, nnd I would nave been In my be en use during tablo Compound I'orogrnd, Sept. 9. Soldiers' committeemen at tho front, wiring tho Central Council of Soldiers' and Deputies, charge the Workmen's l'etrograd press with exaggerating the cowardice of tho Twelfth Army and nllcgo that tho Illga catastrophe has been overdrawn for tho further- -' ' enco of a cam patgn. Committeeman Kouchlnn, attached to tho Twelfth Army, teleI counter-rcvolutlonn- "It was ffven years before I was able to find nnyone who had ever heard of It. Then I wns told thnt .there was something of that sort In Southern Oregon, but my Informer twas not sure. Nino years later I a man who had actually seen j found 'it, nnd gave me a good description of It, that greatly Increased my do- -' slro to see It. However, I was not able to get there until the summer of 1885, when we made the trip 'In company with three friends, arI Net ContcntslSTluid Drar hra r5?otf ii u.m.wi At rni nL-- :i ifiin uini AVc4cIaIIcPrcpaf.iIicnSifVs-- ; uho i mm m. iiiiim For Infants and Children. mml i Mothers Know That Genuine Gastsria . ' j , riving there in July. "Crater Lake was discovered by a prospectors, led party of twenty-twby John W Hlllmnn, then of Jacksonville, Oregon, Juno 12, 1853, and o sfmjIatinjUiciooo ) fir.glhcbtomaeiis.ua uwtnv. "mmm S Always Bears the Signature , )( y $ lo Yj ' In Use xf Foi Over . -- Thirty Years per-centn- GASTORi S.tarck Pianos y Ensi S200 " 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL WZl 'r arel"18 ay Playcr-Plano- second-han- i Player-Piano- ' :,., ,,. second-han- w, .- I ChildTen Cry OASTORIA You Can Be You BIGGAMpiFIEi-- - and METALLIC CARTRIDGES Ammw, jKto) 7th v it f Whatever! t Want To Be tflf,r' vzsv ti-- -- . fa f ine J lir I "' I j Ollll IB ia t Tran-JaiuU- tWtW.ttfM4t t dren. (Uy Fluko McFluke.) Bert E. Hratchor, agriculture. W. E. I'luramer, mother. ARE POSTPONED Hoscoo D. Askins, wife nnd three Wo had to go to bud last Tuesilny A children. while our wife worked on our palm Clarence Westerficld, wife and bitches with green walnut hulls. NEW RATES ON LIVESTOCK AND child. MEATS WILL HE EFFECTIVE Elvis C. Brown, wife and three And If It geta a few degrees cool JANUARY 13. children. er It's good bye with littlu II. V. ira. Zlba Wilson, wife and five chil dren. Tlnsley Is nwny this week and J. Oscar D. May, dependent parents. 11. Thomas Is at the wheel. Tlnsley Washington, Sept. 11. Proposed James doff, wife. nays If ou did not like tho paper general increases In freight rates on Chester Stewnrl, wife. livestock and fresh and dressed last week and the weok before, whip F. I). Hcndrlx, wife and child. meats on virtually all lines cast of Thomas this week. ! Claude Miles, mother. tho Mississippi, which were to have Marvin C. Bell, wife nnd child. become effective September IS, were Albert Rial says If Thomas works Earl Smith, wife. 8U8Den(lca t0l,a' b tn Interstate at The Republican offlco.untll Tlnstdrertl'emeDte, Sc pr line. Exemption Board, Claude 17.000.000.000: Imnorts. sa.nnn.nnn Draft C. W. West, wife. ley returns ho feels tolerably safe In umuiiTcu uuiinission until inonjmooi communication!! will recelre no Claudo Whobcrry, wife. jBIankenship and S. O. Keown, hold 000. The export total will fade rapMention 13, next. predicting that J. II. T. Is stuck until 'with the Daviess County Board that idly after the war is over. But the John P. Morton, wife and child. Tho proposed rates covered vlr- tli grand Jury adjourns. Imports? Will these, too, fade? They Lee Hicks, wife. their instructions as they understand TEL37IZ01TEC. tually all territory east of the MisArchie E. Maxey, dependent par123 them authorize the exemption of all will not. If tho present Free Trade sissippi, and north of the Ohio rivRi:soi,rno.'s of respect. . u.tuaLl S9 married men who have either wives Tariff remains in force, Impoverishents. er. They were the outgrowth of Mcllenry Hendrlx, wife and child. or children or both, who are depend- ed Europe and enterprising Japan the fifteen per cent Whereas, Hartford Tent No. 90, K. rato case In which George H. Condor, wife and child. O. T. M., has In tho denth of Sir FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14 ent upon the labor of the husband will dump their surplus of industrial tho railroads sought to obtain a flat or father for support, and continue products on the American market. Increase of William Smith, no exemption. Knight W. 1) Luco, sustained tho fifteen per cent on virto grant exemptions to such appli Then we shall wish we had a good, tually all freight. R. O. McConncll, wife and child. loss of ono of Its most faithful and d Protective Tariff once more. two cants as appear before them. respected members, and while It Is Falling to receive tho fifteen per 'Marvin E. Emliry, wife nnd What we are now having is a purely cent Increase, the roads filed new tar- children. with sadness wo chronicle his death, We sometimes put our hand over artificial prosperity, born of war con- iffs proposing Squlro Wllloughby, wife nnd child. yet it is with pleasure that wo point Increases in the rates ditions. If we are to have after-wa- r the transmitter and cuss while waitChas. L. Howard, wife and three to his record as a devoted member of livestock and meats. ing for a delayed connection, but if prosperity we must have Protection. The amount of the increases is not children. of our beloved Tent. m ever St. Peter take a day off and Odio D. Smith, wife. W. D. Luce, who departed this lifo stated in the Commission's order.but KAXDOM SHOTS. leaves us in charge of the gate we are Marvin Hines, wife and two chil- on Thursday, September 6, 1917, is understood to havo been substan at going to admit all the "hello" girls years of age tial on a number of tho chief lines. dren. 3:30 p. in., was fifty-tw- o (By Old Codger.) first. Their patience and politeness Alma Bratchcr, wife. and became a member of Hartford. Sense Thomas, the b'ead stringso immeasurably excels what we men Walter Burden, wife. Tent No. 99, K. O. T. M on October CARD OF THANKS. would do under such trying circum- er, and McFluke, tho stray streaker, Richard Whoberry, wife and child. 27, 1902, that being the date which We desire to express our sincere quit writln' for The Republican the stances that we pardon all the delays Clarence Reed, wife. marked the birth of our Tent, he was they have given us and grant them paper somehow don't look like it wa3 thanks to all our dear friends nnd Arvln Tichcnor, wife and child. therefore a charter member and asa plenary indulgence in perpetuity. finished, so I am goin' to try my luck neighbors who so kindly and cheer Dlllman Pryor, wife REPUBLICAN TICKET. fully ministered to the comfort of . Herl)prt sisted In tho organization of the lo,, ,, cht(1. at wrltin' paragraffs. rown( cal tont and was at all itmes a most our husband and brother in his long With credit currency inflated to Ora Mastersnn, mother and sister Tor Representative I never seed much sence In Mc. and fatal illness. As we sit by our k Cortls Porter, wifo and three chil- willing laborer for Its success. Therethe danger point the expected hapL. L. EMBRY. fore bo it pens and gold js leaving the country Flukes streaks nor none in Thomas lonely fireside your thoughtful acts dren. For County Judge Resolved, That tho sympathy of in an alarming volume. In a fran- beads, but you know if a feller gits and your tender words will be a conMACK COOK. Clarence E. Wnrd, Industrial. the Tent which he helped to organtic effort to avert this result the used to a colicky baby ho will be stant solace to our aching hearts. For County Attorney Roscoo Womack, mother and child. MRS. W. D. LUCE. ize and so zealously laboretl to upPresident placed an embargo on gold sorter lost when the kid gits to be A. D. KIRK. Archie D. Maddox, dependent parMISS MATTIE LUCE. lift, be extended to his bereaved wife, exports. But it is useless to dam three months old. For County Clerk ents. family and sister; that they be comthe stream while the floods pour upW. C. BLANKENSHIP. r James L. Tlnsley, two children. mended for comfort and guidance ' on its source. TILE EXAMINING BOARD. Then most folks like paragraffs If The laws of trade are R. T. Burden, child. For Sheriff to the Supreme Commander of tho as immutable as those governing the ther aint much to 'em. It keeps 'em S. A. BRATCHER. . Reuben Carson, mother nnd sister. movements of the tides, and if the expecting to find somothln'. The Ohio County Examining and Even For Jailer Jesse Hoagland, wife and three Heavenly Tont where Dee's name Is now enrolled; that tho members of government continues to inflate cred- a pore fidler is worse if one of the Exemption Boards aro busy this children. WORTH TICHENOR. this Tont wear tho colors Indicative week with the quota of 400 young it currency gold will go to a prem-- j strings is broke. For Assessor W. H. Watson, wife. of our loss, for tho customary permen summoned for examination. Preium. D. E. WARD. Estill Bartlett. wife and child. iod of time and that a copy of these On account of the high price of vious to Monday of this week 522 For Superintendent of Schools Tilford Chapman, wife. There is little news of interest this snugger and the scacety of sorgum men had been examined, out of which resolutions bo spread upon our recE. S. HOWARD. Charlie Lynch, wife and child. week from the various war fronts the fly crop was almost a failure this number 101 were certified for serord; that a copy be furnished the For County Surveyor Thomas Eidson, grandfather. except for the revolutionary turn af- year. vice. Of this number perhaps ten C. S. MOXLEY. II. Wajne Iloswell, wife and two family of our deceased brother and fairs have taken in Russia, where per cent will be exempted from ser- children. a copy furnished each of the local For Coroner general disorder and civil war preIf a feller lives on the fat of the vice by the District Board, leaving DR. A. B. RILEY. Otto Klmbley, wife and three chil- papers for publication. vails. General Cardorna, the new land now he has got to own bogs. This September 7, 1917. about G5 men to be taken out of the dren. For Justice of the Peace-Har-tford Napoleon of Italy, who has been driv400 now before the board. W. S. TLNSLEY, District Willie Phillips, father and two ing the Austrians so hard for sev- The fruit crop aint what it orter The following named men with sisters. It. E. DUKE, ED. SHOWN. eral weeks, seems to be giving his (be. Even the May apples air wor- - their claims for exemptions E. Y. PARK. have Beaver Dam District Irvin Heffner. wife. army a breathing spell. The French my. passed the physical examination this SAM L. STEVENS. Committee. Georgo Austin, wife and three have won some local successes on the week: Center town District children . Western front, but the British have As soon as Congress Floyd J. Stewart, wife and child. heard the To Tho Drafted. GEO. W. ROWE. Thomas Albln, wife and child. been quiet, but It Is perhaps the lull Postoffice Department had taken the ' To you Edward Hoover, wife. Rockport District unfortunate ones who William B. Thomas, wife. that precedes the storm. C. R. Maddox, dependent sister. mall clerk off the M. H. & E. hog to go forward to that lonK Q. B. BROWN. P. A. Hrown. no exemption. W. K. Moseley, wife. train It straightway reduced the war battlo line whore the armies of auRoslne District Jesse E. Felix, no exemption. Help the young man. Arthur profits tax $47,000,000. Richard Barnes, wife and child. tocracy and oppression are facliiR W. C. DAUGHERTY. Smith Miles, wife and child. Kirk, a young attorney, has been R. M. Wright, wife and child. the armies of the free, congratulaSulphur Springs District George W. Rhoads, no exemptions. nominated for County Attorney. Mr. I notice the Democratic executives, C. C. Grant, wife and child. W. S. DEAN. James L. Hcndrlx, wifo and child tions and Kirk is a product of the soil, and county, State and nation aint pintlu' W. N. Shields, dependent father. You go, not ns reluctant victims FordsviUe District Joseph L. GofT, wife. has, by his unaided effort, made a with pride to economy administraJ. H. Wilson, wife. B. F. RICE. Asbury Hocker, dependent parent. of misfortune or a fatal chance, but place in the public affairs of the tions. Chas. Gaddls, wife and child. Bart let t District rather as our chosen ones; the pick J. W. Marks, mother. county. The voters of the county Mape York, wife and child. B. C. RHOADS. nnd flower of our manhood, whole or Robert Gary, wife and child. should not neglect the importance of From the readin of the papers it Frank Kinkade, mother. Ray Rowan Watterhon Crowe.wlfn body, sound In mind nnd spirit giving the young man a chance. To 'pears to me that as a bad boy WilNoah Beasley, wife and child. what all of us should llko to be. And and two children. The four hundred men now before the attorney of ripe experience the lie Hohenzollern, of Germany, has Alva Kelley, mother and child. wo who nre too old or weak, or In P. J. Loyd, dependent parent. the county examining board will fill election to office means little more Pecks urchin skinned a city bock. John Hibbs, mother and child. somo other respect unfitted to go In E. Bennett, wife and child. the present requirements of the army than a gift, but to the young man, Otis Sanders, dependent parents. body, shall go with you In spirit. Wo Jesse H. Loyd, wife and two and no further call will probably be Just entering upon the struggles of W. R. Maiden, wife and three chil Claude Blankenship has one on know that we ask much of you, nnd made before spring. life it may mean the turning point lPresIdent Wilson. Ho is raly keep- - dren. James F. Tilford, wife and two we expect much, for wo expect things between success and failure. Give in' the boys out of war. Otis Craig, wife and four children. children. in keeping with our great traditions Had it been Thomas or Tlnsley the young man a chance. things born of the spirit of Nathan W. E. Haycraft, wife and three wo could account for it, but it is a Halo; but we know that wo shall children. Wo should like to see the managemysterious that Editor Coombs little not bo disappointed. L. B. Carr, no exemptions. has been seeing snakes. But then ment of the Ohio County Fair desig In imagination nnd In sympathy H. E. Tlnsley, no exemptions. nate an Old Folks Day and make a they were only cabbago snakes. we shall bo thero with you on tho C E. Btirdett, minister. special effort to induce a large num firing line, nnd at homo wo shall do Otis Bullock, no exemptions. Because the invitation to Editor ber of the old people of tho county nil that wo can to make you comHarlan R. Murphy, agriculture. Tlnsley was not specially marked who attended tho fairs fifty years W. P. R. Riley, wife. fortable and content. We shall pray transferable this quilldrlver missed ago to hold a reunion on the fair Shelby D. Boskett, dependent par- that you may return In safety, but a watermelon eating that Judge John grounds this year. Free entrance even more frequently wo shall pray ents. B. Wilson gave to a number of his and some special program could bo '-... 4?llHMH5urBLB Roma Helton, wife. that our courage mny not ling or arranged for them. A reserved meetfriends at his home Monday W. E. Coleman, no exemptions. tho edge of jour determination bo ing place and speeches by the old George Claxton, no exemptions. dulled. men recounting their experiences at W. P. Blanchard, dependent parYou aro to fight In tho noblest Tho county campaign Is proceed- the county fairs of tho long ago cause In which man ever took up ents. ing quietly. Tho election of the Re- might be made a feature. It would arms, and for a nation tho most genNoah L. Rowe, wife. publican ticket seems to bo taken bo a happy spectacle for the old Henry Lamb, wife and four chil- erous lu all tho world to her soldier for granted by tho leaders of both people themselves as well as for the dren. sons. You go with her blessing for parties and tills fact probably ac- younger generation to witness a refcho trusts you; and bo Alton Yates, wife. counts for the lack of popular Inter- union of tho good old fathers and sure that N. II. Ferguson, no exemptions. whether you return or not she will mothers in Israel who havo reachest in tho contest. John Griflln, wife and four chll- - hold your iinmes in honor nnd grate ed the good old ago of three score dren. ful memory until the end of time. Tho Republicans of Ohio county years and ten. E. L. Wells, wife and child. louth's Companion. never offered tho people a cleaner or It Is the plain duty of tho Repub Harold Uolbrook, Industrial. more capable set of candidates than ! Henry A. Miller, dependent par- Slacker Killed. thoso nominated at tho August pri- - licans out in tho county to take care .. ... .. . fntnrnRtK nf f'lfiniln Tllniilinn. Hawkinsvllle, Ha. Thomas. Simon, ents. i inary, aim every uopuuiican in mo mf thn a Syrian, called for tho draft army G. R. Wooton, mother. county should register his approval !shlp wh,,c ho ,s confined Jioro with his duties as a member of tho Couti Clifton L. Stevens, wife and child In spltu of his claim tlmt a brother lit the polls November C. In tho Turkish army ty Exemption Board. Mr. BlankenWilliam E. Martin, wife. mado him an ship has twlco tendered his resignaTho action of tho District Claudo L. Sharp, dependent par- - nllen enemy, wns killed with his wifo tion to Gov. Stanley but he has not horo last night whllo resisting arrest ent. Boaid, at Madlsonvillc, In even been honored with a notice of n for assaulting a member of tho exdown tho exemptions of the emption hoard. Trough Tho Old Beau's Kpe,-boards on account of ilenemlnnt receipt of his resignation. It is re- ..l..w. lid nM.m.l.w ........ t .1 . 1. 1.. cull- - fnnrtn1 flint .. frrnnf iiiimltn. u. nin- -' After tho assault, Simon, his wifo (By Jo Lemon.) "iii-i'UI "" .... fl "'' .........v if v,- tiuuuub LijiiauivruiJiu and a brother barricaded themsolves fuslon lu tho public inliid, and tho .iliilates throughout tho State who Tho old man winked his eye, matter will probably bo nut ui) to a' members havo turned In their And ho eyed as ho winked, eyed lm in their storo nud greeted a posse cf resignations and they havo been ac the President for solution. Tho ankles stout nnd tho unities trim ollkors and cltUons with u volley cepted. If tills Is true, Mr. Blankenfrom rifles nnd pistols. When tho By tho new bport skirts revealed to fire was Wo can account for all of tho can- ship has not been fairly treated, and I returned Simon and his wifo him. didates except Aus. Hratchor. Wo his fr!cud3 should seo that his InterHo shooked his head with a puzzled fell dead, tho lattor still grasping a have been hero a week and havo not ests ns a candidate do not suffer by revolver which sho hud emptied. air. mh'p hair nor hldo of him. Wo do his retention hero on tho ExempAs ho polished up his spocs to sturo. Tho brother escaped thru a back not know whother ho Is on the east- tion Board while his opponent is door. Tho old man Blghed nd said, ern or western front, but wo will bet canvassing tho county. Threo members of tho nossn were And ho said ns ho blgred, bald he: n couplo of Jitneys that ho is fight' ; i "It makes mo wibh I wero young once woundod, ono of thorn seriously, with Ohio county now has several mlle3 ing llko a Turk whichever front ho a bullet in hu lungs. more, or motiu roaus radiating out from tlio Is on. LIEUT. OLIVER GILMORE KEOWN. When I look this bunch of femalos county seat, bo tar, so good, but tho He;ul On Definition, Lieut. Keown, whoso electro appears above, Is tho only son of Sliero'er; My respects for Tlnsley, what llt-tl- o relation or tho county's taxablo "l'op, what Is a lullaby?" Iff and Mrs. S. O. Keown, and is now stationed with tho 137 Machine Gun For what weird thing in tho way of I havo for htm after I have ham"A lullaby, my HOn. l untiintiiini? weaitn to its rouu mileage does not Battalion at Camp Taylor. Lieut. Keown Is only twenty-on- o years old, clothes mered like n blavo all the week on jimmy uiu nopo 01 pming even tno but was on tho Mexican border three months last summer, and more re- Will be cominn next ,"M" o wliolo neighborhood this old Smith while ho was galll- - pnucipio xngnways lor many years ceutly had three months training at Ft. Benjamin Harrison. ' VwaK0 wiillo nuttlne nnn hl.l to knows!' Bleep.". Judge. I I I aroun' Louisville, eating! to come. We think now wo should drinking Gold Blame and adopt the policy already followed In flirting with the old maids at the many counties, of piking tho IsolatPoPtojn law at secordin Btrd Kj a mallto matur ofth the aecood state Fair, I leavo with the office ed mudholcs that make our roads at Hartford, many places practically impassible 'dcv for i,jrai Thomas. at certain seasons of tho year. Thero be- Living for two years amid events Is no Just room for complaint W. S. TINSLEY, Editor & Bns. Mgr, that nobody could mistake might cause of the metal roads already 'any day draw this country Into war .built, but now the taxpayers in the to ,he Address all communications auminlstratlon sat with folded outlying districts havo contributed Che Hartford Republican. hnndg whe ,t ghou,i have been pre-- , their share toward building roads in paring the army and navy for that the central part of the county, ami entitled to have the B.w( contingency, and now the country is aro clearly ddm mu.tciTt the old addrw Id loakingth paying the penalty for that inexcus- - mudholes In their local nelghbor- rraowt. .able dallying by fearful waste at hoods taken care of. a BninfMlAcainnd.Votu.iocperlioeandJcitendlng a feverish haste to meet the pr lint lor each nddlllonal Insertion Artificial Prosperity. demands of a crisis. Obltnarler, ItctolutlODit and Card of ThnkJ5 Our foreign trade has reached the IId, money Id adrniice. Cbarcb NotltHi tor nrrrlcM free, tat other The Ohio county members of the ten billion dollar mark. Exports, Hartford Republican. ,;!B, TARIFF INCREASES J. W. Jnckeon, wife and two chil- " STRAY STREAKS. m.?LT.SX?!2ZY?. Cmtilanl.- Fumin' O are-abou- t God-Rpee- HBHHI&L 1 -- ... . n J - mi ...... NOW READY A ? 'w wloP x I , Our advance shipment of Fall Coat Suits nnd Ladles' Cloaks aro here and ready for your Inspection. They I ml 11 conio In nil shadCB, and In materials that aro unmatchablo price. In uality and Thco above cut shown some change In styles, but decidedly pretty. Prices will run from c X money. , ' $12.50 to $35.00 Fall Millinery Millinery Is also In Oar advance styles In Ladles' Kail pur house; so If for any reason you are In a rush for your fall outfit If not ready to wo aro In a position to meet your requirements. 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 ,. ,.n" a . . . 7km&-GHartford Republican. FRIDAY, L- Allen, of Cromwell, was a visitor at Tho Republican office Monday. Mr. C. Y. SEPTEMBER 14 - H. & ST. L. R. R. TIME TABUS. No. 113 due t Ellmltch 8:32 p. m. No. 110 due at Ellmltch 7:30 a.m. No. 112 Lv. Ellmltch ... 3:40 p.m. 6:36 p.m. Ar. Irvington , Lv. Irvington ... 6:68 p.m. Ar. Louisville . 7:40 p. m.t Lv. Louisville ... 8:36 a.m. Po. Ar. Irvington ...10:06 a. m. P. Maddox, of Equality, is M. D. Maddox, In Louisville. Mr. M. visiting his son, Dr. Sheriff S. O. Keown has Just com pleted a largo tobacco barn on his farm north of town. Sheriff and Mrs. S. O. Keown spent Sunday at Simmons, the guests of Mrs. Talmage Southard. Ill Lv.'Irvlngton ...10:40 a.m. 1:04 p. m. Ar. Ellmltch Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Barnett returnH. & K. R. R. TIME TABLE. ed Saturday from an extended visit If., Bouth Bound, No. 116 to relatives in Colorado. 8:46 a m. Due at Hartford North Bound, No. 114 Commonwealth's Attorney C. E. 5:66 p m. Due at Hartford Smith Is engaged in tho Daviess Cir (Both "Mixed Trains.) cuit Court, at Owcnsboro, this week. Mr. G. B. Likens has sold a res idence on tho comer of Griffin and Frederlca streets to Mrs. T. L. Bradley. Mr. ond Mrs. W. M. Flener, of Beaver Dam, visited their son, Dr. Oscar Flener, at Dawson Springs, last week. ... Personal News : i: and Social Euents, Seo Eck Ulal for Kindling Wood. After spending a few days with Mr. Olllo Duff, of town Monday. Trlsler, was in his mother here, Lieut. Estll Barnett left Monday to rejoin his company Miss Daisy Smith, of Bennetts, has typhoid fever. Seo Hartford Mill 'Plaster and Cement. Co., at Lexington. After a long period .of darkness Hartford again has street lights, for for Lime, which tho belated pedestrian will feel thankful. Mr. and Mrs. Norton Hunloy, of Mr. J. A. Bellamy, of Dcanflold, Hopewell, returned Saturday from an yesterday. was In town extended visit to relatives In Whlto of Kordsvllle. was county, Illinois. Mr. Smith Miles, among our visitors yesterday. Tho Rob Roy baseball team deKy. Inft., by cow feated tho Co. II, Wantwl To trado horso for 9tl a scoro of 11 to 1 in a gamo nt Rob CAllSON. and calf. U. S. Roy Saturday. Spauldlng, of Chicago, Miss Ruth Robert-eo- n. Dr. E. W. Patterson and family. is tho guest of Miss Clara visited rolatlves in of Loulsvlllo, Ohio county last week. They mado in a machine Mrs. James Ambrose, of Clear Run, tho trip vory 111 of a complication of disis Whou you get ready to cover that eases. building of yours don't forget whero Green-vlllyou can get tho best Roofing for tho Miss Jonnlo D. Hamilton, of ACTON BROS. money. ia visiting her sister, Mrs. V. least Id o, Mr. W. S. Tinsley, editor of this Junk, paper, Is spending tho week In LouWANTED All klnda lsvlllo, attending to some business hides, wool, feathers and roots. and incidentally visiting tho State SANDEFUR, D. L. D. Fair. Beaver Dam, Ky. L. Felix. of ctt S. O. Keown, chairman local exMrs. Violet Craln and Miss Clarlco Ward, daughter 6f Mr. mills Ward, emption board, received a telegram of Nocrcok, left Mondoy for Detroit, Wednesday morning from W. H. Mich., where they have nccepted Yost, chairman of tho district board at Madlsonvlllc, to appear before the district board September 13. Mr. Mr. Walter Earp, former deputy Keown left over tho I. C. for Wednesday night. sheriff and present postmaster nt Hoslno, Is suffering with cancer of tho face and his condition Is reportMiss Carollno Truman, of Narrows, whllo waiting at the depot to take a ed as critical. train for Oklahoma, where she was Mr. and Mrs. Leek Bellamy, of going in answer to a telegram to acnear Fordsvlllc, nro the parents of a cept a position in high school work bouncing big girl, horn Friday. Mrs. received a letter from Mississippi Bellamy Is a sister of County Attor- tending her a similar position at a ney A. D. Kirk. salary of 125.00 a month more than the Oklahoma position paid, but Circuit Court will begin hero next with a proper respect for contracts week. Wo shall havo both the Cir- Miss Truman proceeded on her Jour cuit Gourmand tho Ohio County Fair ney. week after next to make things lively in the old town. Mr. Wallaco Davison and family, of Blackwell, Oklahoma, are visit Misses EfTle and Edith Duke, twin ing relatives In the northern part of e, daughters of Mr. Tom Duke, of tho county. They made tho trip in havo gone to Hazard, Perry Mr. Davidson's car, coming by St. county, where they will teach In the Paul, Minn., from which point Mrs. Hazard High School. Millard Sharp, Mr. Davison's sis ter, accompanied them. Mr. Davis Mr. J. W. Marks, of Gafney, S. C, on is a former Ohio county hoy, hav came up Sunday in answer to a call ing been reared near Barretts Ferfrom tho Local Exemption Board. ry, but went to tho Oklahoma city Mr. Marks la spending a few days eighteen years ago. here with his mother and sisters. Rev. B. W. Napier, who has been Wagons IWagonsl Tho COLUM- in charge of the Hartford circuit of BUS Wagon Is tho best. Just receiv- tho Methodist church here for the past four years, will preach his fareed a car load. Como to see me. LUTHER CHINN, well sermon Sunday. . Brother Na' Beaver Dam, Ky. pier has endeared himself to the people here during the four years of Dr. J. A. Duff, of Dundee, was in his pastorate, and many persons retown Monday. The Doctor reports gret that the four year rule will pretho unusual experience of treating in vent the return of Brother Napier the sarao family two cases of typhoid to this work next year. fever In children under six years of age. It looks very much like that we are going to have a bumper corn Mr. Sam Davison, of Barretts Fer- harvest through this section this time ry, has Just completed one of the so If you haven't a wagon or waglargest tobacco barns ever built in ons sufficient to harvest your crops the county. Mr. Davison has about in this time don't wait to borrow thirty acres of tobacco growing on your neighbor's wagon when he geta through harvesting, but go and buy his farm. an Owensboro Wagon tho best on Mr. Nat Lindley and daughter, the market for the least money, from ACTON BROS., Miss WUlye, of Pt. Pleasant, spent Hartford, Ky. last Sunday night here, the guests of lOt 2 r. """ Miss Mr. W. S. Tinsley and family. Willyo left early Monday morning FOR SALE REGISTERED BOAR. -for Georgetown. f Prldo's Handsome 23C743, aged 10 months, bred in Pennsylvania, of the Mr. Martin Flener, of Beaver Dam, noted Pride family of Berkshires, who has been employed on the can- having served purpose for which purtonment at Louisville, will go with chased Is offered at $35. his present employers to JacksonJOHN T. JACKSON, ville, Fla., where they will build anRockport, Ky. other cantonment. ' CENTRAL GROVE. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bennett, of Sept. 12. Friend after friend deNarrows, mado the trip to Louisville in their car Tuesday. They parts. Who has not lost a friend? will take in tho State fair and visit Mrs. Ida Ashby, wife of Mr. Worth SepMr. Bennett's son, Rev. Reginald Ashby, died at her home here tember 3rd, after a long illness. Bennett, while there. Funeral services wero conducted by Mr. T. M. Mills, of near Whites-vlll- e, Rev. M. G. Snell the folowlng day at was among our callers Tues- Central Grove church,, of which Mrs. Durday. Mr. Mills was summoned to Ashby was a faithful member. appear for examination for army ser- ing her llness she said she was not afrajd to die. Interment was at Cenvice, but failed to pass the physical tral Grove cemetery. for a soldier. requirements Mrs. Ada Park Young, who has good range stove you are been at a Louisville Sanitarium for For that going to buy soon, come In and let tho past two months under treatIs expected us show you our new line wo have ment for .tuberculosis, home within a few days. It Is reJust placed upon our floor. Can save ported she Is much improved. you money by buying from us. Mrs. Mizella Rowe is quite ill here ACTON BROS. 10t2 at tho residence of her son, Mr. Gar. , Marlon Taylor- - shipped a car load field Rowe, Addison, the 10 year old son of of hogs from Beaver Dam last week. place, Mr. Taylor paid W. A. Casehler Mr. II. B. Bishop, near this Tho has been 111 of fever for the past two for fourteen hogs. ?532.18 Equity peoplo shipped a mixed load weeks. , After a visit to friends and relaof stock from Beaver Dam Saturday. tives here Miss Minnie Mclntyre has Mr. A. R. Renfrow and daughter, returned to Evansvtllo. Misses Mary Bean and Mary by Miss Miss Grace, accompanied of Hartford, were guests Olivia Harrison, of Narrows, motor Sunday. of the former's sister, Mrs. Noah Lee ed ovor to Bowling Green Miss Grace reentered school there Rowo, recently. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Stevens and and Mr. Ronfrow and Miss Harrison llttlo daughter Cloris visited' relareturned homo Tuesday. tives at Centertown last week. Mr. W. I. Igleheart is teaching a Men Wanted To work In steel to learn var- singing school at Midway schoolhouse foundry. Good chanco ious trades. Good pay and advance- near hero. Bro. O. S. Ashby, of this place, has ment. Premiums paid for full week Ada-bur- g In good been called to tho pastorate of Situated and overtime. church. CAR COUPLER town. NATIONAL Mrs. J. C. Stovons and little daugh1115 COMPANY, Attica, Indiana. ter, Emma Lucille, of Beaver Dam, Mr. B. Prof. William S. Taylor, who is in visited Mrs. Stevens' brother, Agriculture, Uni- W. Hocker, Saturday and Sunday. tho Department of versity of Texas, at Austin, Is visitFOR SALE. ing his parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. B. To tho highest bidder, on easy Taylor, at Prontls, and other relatives in Ohio county. Mr. Taylor terms, tho W." T. Austin Residence will return to thq Lono Star Stato on Property and one business lot on Main street, in Beavor Dam, October tho 24th. 1, 1917, 1 p. m. E. G. AUSTIN. Humble, a young farmer near 10t4. Olllo Narrows, died lust week of a maligWilling To Make Sacrifice. nant disease of tho lungs involving Pa Well,, my dear, Richard has Sad featdevelopments. gangrono ures attending tho young man's death asked for your hand In marriage. Daughter But I don't want to wero his leaving a brldo of only a paronts to lament tho leave mother, pa. few wcoks and Pa Oh, that's nil right. Take loss of an only child. her along with you. Tho following Hartford pooplo aro After tho war, with no orders from attending tho Stato Fair at Loulsvlllo this week: Mrs. James Lyons, tho nations nt war, and tho wholo W. B. Rendor, A. E. Pato and wlfo, world dumping hero Its cheaply mado William S. Tuylor, Joo E.. Bennett, products, tho bread linos In manuClovo Her, C. O. Hunter, Will Rlloy facturing centers will bo more crowdand wlfo, Ira Beau and wife, LouU ed even than in tho first year of DemFree Trado. Steubenvlllo Riley, and wife, Tom Likens aud wlfo ocratic (O.) Herald. and M. Bean. Madl-sonvillo Sun-nydal- CARSON Incorporated b CO. 'I This store extends to the Ladies and Misses of this community an invitation, to call and ,see our Coat Suits and Coats. NEW FALL SUITS AND COATS have been pouring in daily. Undoubtedly the greatest coat suit and coat stock ever shown in a town of this size, and we have more coming. It is most important in the values offered most important in the completeness of the showing. So great a variety of materials so many models. A Woman or Miss can get a suit she will like within a modest price limitation. r 1 i Prices on Coat Suits, $12.50 to $30 Ladies' Coats, - - $4.00 to $25 The materials Serge, Poplin, Gaberdine, Plain and Novelty Worsteds, Smart Miltures. The Colors Navy Brown, Green, Burgundy, The Sizes All Sizes for Misses from 14 upward, ' and for women up to 44. i Carson BOD-E- & E- ISTCCIiFOSAT- Co. Hartford, D Ky, German losses in killed, permanently injured and prisoners is 4,000,000 men, and that the Empires available Complying with a Tecent act of soldiers now number about six and a Congress all the distilleries of the millions. country closed indefinitely at mid- half u now night Saturday. There are FORDSVILLE. about 240,000,000 millions of galSept. 11. The block of business lons of whiskey in bond which at the by fire normal rate of consumption will sup-l- y routes recently destroyed the demands of the trade for about here are being rapidly rebuilt. The Wilson Company is erecting a handthree and a half years. some brick building on the site of the Bank- -' Woman suffrage was defeated by a their burned structure; two to one vote at the Maine election, ing Company's new house is going up on the corner of Main and HartTuesday. ford streets, J. T. Smith is rebuildWashington, it ing his saddlery shop, adjoining the The authorities at Bank building. Mr. Miller and Dr. is reported, are about to suppress the of disloyal Denton are rebuilding their business publication of a number newspapers, most of which are pub- houses, and others aro preparing to build soon. lished in the German language. Mr. Jeff Whlttlnghlll has bought Examining Board at the building formerly occupied by The Medical Camp Taylor has been rejecting the Home Restaurant and has moved about ten per cent of the soldier boys bis business there. Mr. Albert Quisenborry is very ill passed by the local examining boards, Special Examiners Is at this time. but a Board of Mr. J. B. Westerfleld made a busrepassing a goodly number of those iness trip to Cloverport this week. so rejected. Mr. Jasper Reynolds left Tuesday been discovered by for a trip to the Stato Fair nt LouA plot has which Gen. Kornlloff was preparing lsvlllo, and will visit his daughter, to declaro himself Dictator of Rus- Mrs. Lon Rogers, at Ashland, the sia. Premier Kcronsky has dismiss- last of tho week. Rev. Russell Walker and family, ed Gen. Kornlloff from his command and has ordered a wholesale arrest of Lewlsport, are visiting Mrs. Hellcn Walker this week. of the conspirators. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Coopor, Mrs. largest single tax bill ever In- Irene Maddox and Miss Emma JohnTho spent Saturday night with Mrs. troduced in tho American Congress son passed the Senate Tuesday. It car- Ream Smith. Mrs. N. F. Gabbcrt is quite ill at ries $2,400,000,000. this writing. David Shain and sisters, Misses Plcturo houses and ot,her places of amusement, and all business houses Molly and Tessle, of Short Creek.are guests of their grandparents, Mr. and factory plants not absolutely all otver Germany aro David Howard and wlfo here. Miss May Pool has arrived in tho being closed in order to conserve city with her fall and winter stock of fuel. There is no scarcity of fuel at tho mines but they lack tho labor millinery. Tho friends nnd relatives of Mr. to mino and the transportation faE. R. Jones woro vory agreeably encilities to distribute It. tertained at his homo last 'Sunday, tho occasion being Mr. Jones' 51st announProvost Marshal Crowder ces that In tho absonco of positive birthday. After a splendid dinner present tho comassuranco from tho Governors that was served to thoso pany was further increased by tho tho cantonments havo beon completSunday School ed, quotas of tho drafted men will nrrival of Mr. Jones' not bo called on Soptombor 19, and class and their wives, nnd a waterwas enjoyed by all. Tho October 3, unless such assurance is melon feast affair was In tho naturo of a sur-prfin tho incautlmo received. to Mr. Jones, who received many nice presents. Tho British ships lost to submarines lust week was tho smallest since Seeds Farm Seeds. tho unrestricted submarlno warfare Rye, timothy, red top, crimson, rod, was inaugurated. alslko and sweet clover seed for sowPress Is authori- ing. Prices right. Tho Associated W. E. ELLIS BRO. ty for tho statement that to date the 9t4 DOWN. co -- i boys abroad to fight In tho trenches THK NEED OV -- vwuimuwi of Prance. "This Is a foreign war," ECONOMY AND SAVING said he. "The Germans arc not HOTEL threatening us and where will we be Tho United States I now at war. If we send all our soldiers abroad?" A largo part of our country's human nflumjATATH" Tho answur to this Is, "Where energy Is taken away from the ' Law Attorney GOVKKNMENT CHOP RKI'OltT. Hhi of Wnihington, D. C, September 7, 1917. A summary of the September would wo be If tho English fleet did farms, factories, and Industries HAJITI'OHD, KY. not stand between us and tho Ger- pence, and until tho war ends all (crop report for tho State of Kentucky and the United Stntcs, as compiled by Will practice hla profusion, fm tfjl man armies?" Tho man who believes their energies will be oil voted to 'ithe Bureau of Crop Estimates (and transmitted throagh the Weather Buand adjoining counti.. CommorcuiJ ' In the defence of his country and his fighting. j reau), U. S. Department of Agriculture is as follows: and Criminal Practice a Specialty. home, who opposes tho sending of i A great portion of our productive .American ironps to support our energy Is being turned into tho U. S. KT. allies' weakened battlo-llnethereby of Implements of destruction. COHN: bus.jl2G, 900.000J3, 250,000,000 says that he would rather fight tho Many of our products are now being September 1, forecast In a city whrre coeJ hotcli abounJ, the PoyrblUn heads tho bus.j 95, 200,0002,5S3, 241,000 Germans on American soil. Wo fight devoted to purposes of wnr. Do- -' Production last year (Dec. estimate) Int. in Europo to prevent our having to structlon Instead of construction Is ' I I .ALL. WHEAT: It li fint la the butti.cf Its Ky. countrymen. S,920,000 668,000,000 flglt on our own thresholds. Wo pre- tho obpjcct of n great portion of the September 1, forecast bus. fer to go out Into tho street to shoot country's energy. .bus.j S,010,000 C39.SSG.000 year (Dec. .estimate) Production last Highway and tho mad dog rather than wait un- As much of tho human enorcv niul I j OATS: ' .... - . . .. l.. ,i.. .. HI lin la tu nn iridic ntir ntill.1A.. l .1.. i -" Design. muiii-iin iiiu iiuuunu vuimciiy 01 lllO .MUlOll are o" " bus.j 6.930.000J1, 530,000,000 September 1,' forecast now being devoted to tho purposes .bus.j 6, 300.000J1, 251, 992,000 nursery on tho second floor. Production last year (Dec. estimate) y The question that was behind the 'of tho war, so should tho proper ' TOBACCO: lllllfcentrance of this country into the amount of tho money of the United i ffl?v541 lbs.U24,000, 00011, 220,000, 000 September 1, forecast war' a,mI )v,hlcI,1 President Wilson an-- 1 States be so devoted. Ho who of- lbs.435,COO,0001.150,C22,000 Production last year (Dec. estimate) swered with the only reply possible fers his life for his country Is offer I POTATOES: The Towtialan is rcmeJ, exclusive, and restful. Its ectN September 1, forecast C,230,000 462,000,000 outsldo of madness and poltroonery, ing tho greatest possible sacrifice, bus. lent location on Pennsylvania was we would light Ger- but tho American men nnd women Production last year (Dec. estimate) bus.j 4,110,000) 25S, 437,000 manywhether Avenue, 18th ami II M reels, with allies or without allies. who support tho Government with nufces it a ilesiraLle lieadquar SWEET POTATOES: HKAVKK DAM, KY. lets lor bridal, couples, tourist is clear now that Germany's con- thelr'money are doing their part. It parlies, conventions, Schools and bus.j 1,1S3,000 September 1, forecast SS, 200,000 colleges. , This war Is going to bo financed .bus.j 900,000 Production last year (Dec. estimate) 70,955,000 duct had behind it tho definite purOfllro Janics Taylor's IJvery Darn. The Powhatan attracts (he pose) of keeping us out of tho war un- largely out of tho j savings of tho people ol culture and education. I ALL HAY: til Itussla and Franco and England American peoplo during the war. It IIS liroximitv fa Slit. War and tonsj 1,190,000 Preliminary estimate 92,000,000 Mow Departments, also to many points of historical .tonsj 1,421,000, 109,7SC,000 could be worn down nnd she would Is not too great a sacrlflco to mako interest. Production last year (Dec. estimate) ma-bo enabled to give America her un for one's country In tlmo of war to mis hold especially it 'W APPLES, (Agricultural Crop): I tractive to a discriminating pub"WjI ) divided attention. Even today, Ger- deny one's self luxuries, to cut down lic a " jj an bbls.j 2S.300.000J September 1, forecast 59,100,000 !A, many is trying to offend us as little unnecessary expenses, to lead quiet .The Powhatan offers rooms) Production last year (Dec. estimate) . . . .bbls.j 2.147.000J 67,415,000 " with detached bath at Jl.SO. as sho can. Sho has never officially er and busier lives. Not only will $2.00 and tip. Kooms with priI PEACHES: iroinrtlr cttiunr vate bath, Ji.SO. 53.00 and up. recognized our declaration of war. tho money thus saved nnd used to I allcuuutiir. vr iiu fii. H oLuin PATCNTO bus.j l,034,000j Estimated production, 1917 42,600,000 , "Write for loo-I THAT with nup PAV, fclmt.M H.w tL..ruti-Uat ir She regrets our being " buy Liberty Loan Bonds holp the sso.oooj 36,939,000 Production last year, (Dec. estimate) . . . .bus.j tlftiM. ami brlp Jull tu norm. CLirPOHD li. LEV13, by England. tonlnalrl.Jiutuuri.kli tor rftct mrt United States but tho diminished lar.ajer COTTON: en ttrntUJIty, 10 jmn' prmrUrr SUR The slow awakening of the people consumption of food nnd other ar- rvr trr UaUt j PASSING RlrcnCNOtO. baltfbj August 25, forecast 12,500,000 ILN.k on I 'rontAM will to He of America to tho real meanings of tides will do much to relievo tho j B03-B0- S Production last year, (Census) bales 11,449,000 Sovnnth Stroot, !iiikijLiM!2jLir:rz3nij the war Is Germany's greatest ally at .cbuntry from tho strain of war. j nHamnuTUN, D. C, . HEMP: the present time. We must wake up! Tho less tho peoplo use tho less j .lbs.j September 1, forecast Every man in this country must get j strain there is upon tho productive Production last year, (Dec. estimate) . . . .lbs.j 12,250,000.. . . it firmly fixed in his mind that he capacity of the Nation nnd the more THE must fight, and that he must fight al can be devoted to winning tho war; PRICES. 8EW1NQ . the moro the peoplo savo tho more The first price given below is the average on September 1, this year, and lied or alone! at MACH.NK liberal financial support can they the second average on September 1, last year. OF M THE LADIES' HOME JOURNAL, glvo tho Government. This is the KENTUCKY: Wheat, 220 and 144 cents per bushel. Corn, 1S6 and 90. WILL YOU QUAL1TY.1 people's war, and It is to be financed Oats, 79 and 55. Potatoes, 139 and S6. Hay, $1G.S0 and $11.50 per ton. THE SATURDAY EVENING POST TAKE and THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAK by tho American people, not by tho Eggs, 27 and 20 cents per dozen. rich and not by the poor, but by tho UNITED STATES: Wheat, 209.7 and 131.2 cents per bushel. Corn, wish to secure tho spare time of a NOT 175.5 and 83.6 cents. Oats, 61.7 and 43.1 cents. Potatoes, 139.1 and 109.3 man or woman to act ns local repre- - iich and the poor, tho capitalist and tlie wage earner, tho miner and the . (j SOLD cents. Hay, $13. 6S and 510.42 per ton. Cotton, 23.4 and 14.6 cents per sentatlve in Hartford and vicinity, N D ER A Treilcin! pound. Eggs, 33.2 and 23.3 cents per dozen. looKtng after the renewals of their i "'""tr ami ine manufacturer. ANY y?LrSr (or WEAK many subscriptions in this section, I stHsHsssv OTHER NAME. and introducing these publications! Make Sauerkraut And Still Be Pa- - ing 10 to 15 cents per gallon; 1 LUNGS or Ion crude carbolic acid, costing about FOR FLETCHER'S CONSUMPTION WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. Now is the time to make sauer- - 5 cents per gallon; 1 gallon fish made In salary and commission. Pre- -' t vlous experience is desirable but not . costing about .5 cents per kraut, say officials of the United If you purchase thoNKW HO.MK you will haven llfo n nt tlio price you pay, aud will A quick relief for tint tirf J, For details address, with Department of Agriculture. Ion. Apply to stock once a day with essential. Orllnr. Useful. not liAVcnn endless chain of repairs. references, Box 654, THE CURTIS hand sprayer. couchs, pains In chrst. night suriti. Iiemor Tremendous rainfall throughout tho a Mother (at the dinner table) rhacrs, writ luncs or consumption. If it dots PIlnLTSffl.VO CDMPAW., Tnrlnnnn.l. .. 0 . country has resulted in an enormous not help you it costs you solhiof. niirllt to nso vnnr nnn. Quality "cabbage crop. Nino out of every ten Green corn can supplement short ence Square, Philadelphia. I7t2 kln GeorBlo. Locc DO OIO OHIO MEDICAL GO. Considered COLUMnilo n pounds of cabbage Is water. Lack of Brass during this month. George I'm using It, maw, I've j , 4w j. ! t. s got tho dog tied to the leg of tho ' 1U31 jcui scill LI1U .a.l..t HOUSE MEAT TO UK Jillll Inn, 1n.n iA... llin jJI IUU UlI UilU- - ' it u the 'bagC IroUJ $2 and ?5 a ton to $100 "'?. at the rate of 2 2 bushels' SOU) IX WISCONSIN' table with it. Awgwan. Cheapest I).r acre should bo sown early In and $200. in the end One million dollars' worth of last tllis month for fall, winter and spring Sept. S. "Hortense, , Milwaukee,, u ytftFi.lsMwK sai year's crop of cabbage was mado into Pasture for pigs. pass your plate for a drumstick of. Gto buy. rS tauerkraut, but even so thero was old Dobbin, or tuuiu juu urcijr V7 VTS If yon want nuewlnc machine, wrlto for Clear Your Skin in SprlnR. .such a shortage of this valuable food white meat?" r -i j,z?j our latest catalogue before you pure luuc. means. Horg6 meat wln SOQn bc on sal(Ji "ouso cleaning the price rose from material that tPrB The New Home Sewins Machine Co.,'0rae, Mass. cleaning inside and outside. D"J ln Milwaukee. Health Commission-- 1 $3.50 a barrel to $35. of pickling or fer- - pimpiy sm" is mi auermaui oi win- - r George C- - Ruthland has received The ancient art mentinK food, as a chean and simnle ter inactivity. Flush your intestines linn,r rf fpnm - lllln,ilor w f ,lfn,,ra ' wM . .. " .. ' means of preserving it in large quan-- 1 wu" a muu laxauve anu ciean ouiiwho under prol)er restrictions, will 'W titles, is highly indorsed by the de- - io accumulated wastes, easy to tane, hQ permmed t0 maT)iet horse mcat . Ur. ilUK S SUW fin nrfOllTlt Of lliey UO HOI KrillC. All ouv.il nor.mont'o .j.w w, ,..!. uicaii .!. v.. vv... jiHiiutvu.u nrnorlo imu .uiiiiiiioaiuu;i mugt be consplcuousir dt,gg. the great development of canning in-- 1 Wfe Pills will clear your complex-(gal- d ' SL M. K. Mil lM M zZjr your eye. Try Dr. ,,ate(1 ag such and raust ,jear ...7. .I.....! -the this ..iiimnes. i.. healthful mo ihod 61 ' Jon and brighten II V and Etamp of the health department food preservation has been lost sight King's N'ew Life Pills (JLiflmFCHAMCS In use forover 40 years! of in recent years Jn the Individual throw off the sluggish winter shell.) y Thousands of voluntary At druggists, 3ac. u homes, but it now offers a safe and . rz"' XOTICEs " 300 ARTICLES-3- 00 ILLUSTRATIONS letters from women, tellI 4i (51 fane method of caring for the per- Wo again call tho attention of our JrJ-.- .informed .of the World's Proitress in ing of the good Cardui ishable products coming on the mar- - ATLANTA PUISOX IS hnpneenng. Mechanics nnd Invcntfon. For .: ratherandSan nnH A ih.r.m.i i. HIGGEST IX WOUIai) readers to tho fact that The Repubket in quantities too great for imme- V.r.W'ciu has done them. This is lnnllrl;.iM-j- v en wriZTV' v i lican will publish no communications .... .ii. ,u.iiu .ainimiine ".."' ana omen.! iu IbouMndi er liato consumption. the best proof of the value S" mn;olnit llin or.l. Our Korrum . The advantaKCs of this method of . Atlanta, Ga., Sept. 8 The ca unless signed by tho author. Few m J,orr.7rm,J,,,,'eon"lntlri'nllilfVh v tor tWogs new onj iDltnllnj uj it i. of Cardui. It proves that was, in Weeks pass that anonymous articles rnn,i nnnsorvntinn hv nsf. of salt pacity ol uie rcaerai prison Written So You Can Understand It Cardui is a good medicine parlmi t:u I'agwil brine, say the department's oiflclals, creased by 2,000 inmates when tlii aro 110t receIvtMl ana It Is not ur tlc-'ortt. fiKLWJ '; 1"U.RI"!. V r.v GOAKANTKKIJ BKHVICK for women. " iiono. it is simple, requires little doors were inrown open to uiu now sire to hurl ncwsy items into flic nre that ..?"." nt ri One hundred per cent ''"! '" " capl- - left wing of tho annex, which has ,wite basket. This anonymous com. or There are no harmful labor, practically no outlay of I'lenraph ,0;ill tnc n(, lUwtt TS yaluo. Special work for W. tho ,micat0n rule is Mated each week rurnlture. Ko. lu habit -- forming drugs in tal, and takes caro of food in larger been in process of erection for 'uwuuiu lor llit, 310CliuiC.tnir..r .n.lttonuln. Mm.f.H... O. W. tho bead of the editorial column aijopiuvrAR sinolc copiis. irl quantities. Tho method also lends past four years. .., rnT copy Cardui. It is composed e ml fr ..wmmi ifcc p W. F. STEVENS, The second wing is now being com- - all(1 mlIst ,,e micrcd to. Ueijuests Bampla will b ami on rinunl variety to the home menu. Tho fer- only of mild, medicinal It. F. D. 7. POPULAR MECHANICS MACAriNE Hartford, Ky. pleted. anu, wnen opened, win maKe ,lat Ilanies i,0 omlttetl from print ment which develops in tho food is O No. Mlchli.n A..nu. CHICAGO ingredients, with no bad Representing Continental thought by some to have a benefl- - tho Atlanta pen tho biggest In tho rc complied with, but the manuscript s. Marble & Granite Co. clal effect on the health. It is tho, world. The present population of must bear the writers' signature. THE EDITOR. 'bame add that develops In sour milk, the prison Is 1,280. KSZ zi:ks.VJcrJ:u, AH tho work oil tho annex was TAKE which has had such a wide vogue as Tl.Q t "" Sam ' performed by prison labor. -a healthful beverage. Uncle Ynnderhik Forgot. and tedious WD OJJ52E VKE 1 . &k ffitSfo $C$ Sept. 9. A lias been quick to appreclato tho construction was slow Spartansburg, S. of value of fermented food in tho diet because of tho ponderous task young private stood in tall llfA NVX huge granlto blocks llin diffident il it lift Wnru trnnn trr in- ,r Bni,iiPrR. and has ordered larKe transporting tho min ! li pickles of which It Is bolus built, from Stono of cucumber tiuantlties ..Ncelle.. wn8 tIl0 InBIlf.ct0Mi ?W' 1 MK . .n.nrbrniit rtr Vnt nnlv rvtlilinco. Mountain name his comrades used. Ho was Tho annex tf tho most very sue- cucumbers and beets can be ! Cornelius Vanderbllt, Jr. A young ,y cessfully preberved at homo by .this Prison In tho country, commodious. officer, lato of West Point, stopped I TRICK a Fnn jirocess, but hiring beans, beet tops, hygienic, airy nnd well ventilated beforo him. 80j .t You can rely on Cardui. .: Oot.i UK. turnip tops, and other food materials with all modern equipment. said, "there aro "Vanderbllt," ho Surely it'will do for you ' which would otherwise go to waste. greaso spots on your puttees." what it lias dene for so And Diarrhoea Hciiiedy. RGUARAKTiir.-JS.AArvx'AOiOl:many thousands of oilier Vanderbllt forgot himself for a "& Colic and Diar"Chamberlain's noit uowav itz,ojuox;, Tho crucial moment has descended On Fifth Avcnu'o valets It should help. women! wiMiBswi.-,.''j-;, rhoea Homedy was used by my fath- - moment. :VTi'V.M upon tho fanner. Labor Is scarce in "1 was taken sick, er about a year ago when ho had diar- - ttro a ''al)lt- ov ry section and thu rocord crop of ,l,n,.n seemed to be . . . ," "YOS, Sir, I'll hnVO them ClCIUIOtl TF yctj want to nrcted It rnllnvp.1 him Imtnifdinto. SfifcN j. in iiie )ou must know '&M2fie: ?2EiOTaas; yar.va nil times must bo saved, so that our ly writes Airs. Mary E.Vcste, v. li.it l new In tiuilnesj and Indusby taking three doses ho was at onco," said tho scion of tho miland try, lit incntirn ami crlfnrr. of Madison Height?, Va. armies and allies and folks at homo absolutory Honalro family, cured. Ho has great (let out of ttc rut! on the llruic Una. HeU 3 may bo fed. "I got down so weak, "Havo thorn cleaned?" came back remedy," writes Mrs. W. absolutely oneential faltlf In this could hardly walk . . . Let thoso not "You got down and m tho Lieutenant. II. Williams, Stanley, N. Y. Just staggered arcund. to i ho progroM of other work take do tho Job yourself hero and now." ! pr.ocanroAfiDorri:ftD-n.bHui-n"J- i, ct .vi . , Jill I read of Caa'ui, In I. iiatlf rf. !. fi a 'vacation'' In tho country and work And Vanderbllt did. bej-tiand after taking one pi rn with tho farmer In saving his crop in nbi. bV'VI4lhll.v. the mest Interntlng nml niernl rorsl". ind iiik. I xir.rit ,.i h uii.tiu'lon JJ ... t.nu.l FOR FLETCHER'S or before taking quite tiie uik'.'esi uiunry norm. t.Ttry mourn H.vttni fium fro and decay. Business Scholarship. t faint. ' mil liftliirtiiaiit rrittlco txc!u5!tVi 300 Pictures 300 Article all, I fclf much better. I Wo havo for sale, a scholarship, r inn. to ui at nil for only IS cents. All tht nsvr Mru and battles at took 3 or barley should u f Winter turf oats and good for n completo course In olther tnr Pnl4 ratrntOOts, inventions in eicciricixr nna Tireless, in . Huriinu luri. fttnc. D, was able to that time, and automobiles and acroi'lanes, lu shopworic auii Allied Or Alone be planted onrly thin month. Many Bookkeeping and Accounting or in Mur.in;, nnu in nu.iiini7. do my work. I t.".!:e It In Tho assertion that this Is Ln- - Stenographers Course In tho Owens- r '" farmers uommlor barley more pro- vi u I low to make things at home. tH pvrtierery .,.'" l' y a 'dfi l t "' iji the spring when ncuiiry homes, month, Including lltnblo than whoat. It will pay to land's war or Franco's war or Run-- 1 boro Uuslnoss & Industrial College. lurnuure, amomuuiic tu"? repairs, etc, 1 had no appetite, try a few a c res. abroud In tho i'0r particulars apply at Republican hIu's war U not hoard stenaitlnir Idrai. it Is fullbf . r" r and I commenced cat'ng. '.It Is written In plain tntlnh tot sicn and buy. H Don't put corn In tliB Mln too jnM(i ns froquently ns It was a fow j office. tf I ever Cent a Copy ?1. 50 a Year 15 It is the best tonic rondy for the silo ton months ago, but It has not entirely gruii. It is Get It from a newsdealer or write direct to saw.." Try Cardui. days or two weoks bofore it U ripe dlwippoared. A most ostlnmblo gon- t'bpular bcience alontlily, JJ J J'ourlli Arc., N. V. Apt. OOOD enough for tho shook. n inombor of tho National Hainan, mtlo Holon Diddle I havo beon saj ncili.a till tj:r. AS! riVCu l.r tviUis Security Loaguo and a thorough bo- - playing llko I was mama. C j .73 Is tho time of yoar whon Illos ijsvor In its tonots of proparodnoss This Dad Is tlmt so? What did you Secured or Your Money Back for tho dofonso of Amorlca, wrote do, dearlo? nrt' .it their worst. Call on Tho Republican for FIno Iso th following mixture ns n (ly tho Longuo tho othor day that ho' Llttlo Holon I bought you a nice Z2uR3& Job Printing. dopo: 2 b'llons crude potroleuni.cost- - could not support tho sending of our prosont aud had it charged to you. Farm Department I I 3P Professional m Otto C. Martin at msmm IELofamanI rwmmim cro-atl- s, 0.ETAYL0R.CE Beaver Dam, ... Drainage ... I I mSSSM DR. HART VETERINARY SURGEON 0. E. I ... ... rs -- TnADE-MAn- "hood-winked- M I fntt-nl- i NEW OUR GERMINAL REMEDY gal-triot- gal-Stat- es Children Cry CASTOR A ...... HOME ny FOR ONE MONTH 50-ce- nt .,,t..,. I i , -! - .. . ,,!!.. (lvVStVXlw3 KJ or ia Pi ff Weak Women KT i BEESEPARED wK5&i Wi 'Sfc'&flf j. 'rztrKiint sv'a , m POP AAGAZINB m ... "".. -- A...-."S?jr- - It after-effect- r C H"raaK8 M K3LiuB(SOWCI wmkwim Get on the Firing Line Tlte Vomaa's Tonic imw Mmmi? ""'VOWS s1 iyoucks 1 n-- -- Children Cry CASTORIA .... i TfJ- ... Vf i Popular Science ll MMHiS tt 3 e, Monthly 1 . t t, run-dov- ta. P??l3E - rctiiD-talor- w icnney-mitklna- '. iMXkm Druggist ' OSHTlM HSBBSSSSg cntimMwWiSZ vui RUSSIA FEARS Jl Wagons! Wagons! Wagons! t X : I NEW OUTBREAK Fraso, John balanco Fordsvlllo Block Coal Co balanco Gftlncs, W. S 6232 10.00 13292 37S.7S 13293 13550 134 IS X X Buforo you buy you should examine our hand mado farm wagons. They run lighter, are made of tho very boat material and last far longor than any machino made wagon you can buy no matter .what MA.KIM1MSTS HKKK TO STIIt Alt- Gillespie, Claroncc.. "MltiAJ) OR MV TO HKVOIT Halo, J. W IMJACK" IS CKY. Hale, J. W Halo, J. W balance 13418 13420 price you pay. Wo also do all kinds of Blacksmithing and Re- n. .!.. tl.j SitltiA. 4.1,1, tit, fi&nnntil lltr 'ltd l.rtvtil can't do. Harrison, Thos. ...12953 Potrograd, Sept. 9. The Inhabi- Harrison, Cooper ". . 9753 tants of tho capital faced Sunday balance with somo trepidation, owing to the Huff, J. C 13509 fact that It was the balance ' ry of tho revolution and that an Huff, J. T 2SG51 scml-annlvcrs- i- 121.63 30.00 131.40 334.46 25.00 30.00 a 16.66 1 v," -v w tmMArr : - full nt ItfA v.,..w '""aeniiiiizititft1 24.00 13.00 S.20 inrl o,lfn i:iij .f.U .u1C OTIIU MMIUH, IIIIKU Willi .... fire of fine inspiration and followed 9 by 250 short stories of adventure, I win mane a X T .... ' T I of It along violent lines had Wo also make a specialty of Hoiseshoeing and earnestly solicit your patronage in this lino. t 1 Cej-itertowThirty-fiv- e m, Respectfully yours, A. B. Row 6c Son Ky. years experience in the shop. a coon placi: to stop koii mttm: money Louisville Hotel, Louisville, Ky., Main St., bet. 6th &7th 111:111: , u a is I 1 Operated on tho The Only Hotel In Lotil-vll- le Aincrl7in and Kuriipcnii Plans. , AMUtlCA.N PI..W (With Meals) Hooms without Hath ut with Hot mid Cold KunuliiK Water. single. 52.00 per day; 2 people, J2.00 each 7G Itooms CO Itooma single. 2. CO per day; 2 people, 2.2i each 50 Front Itooms. single, 3.00 per day? 2 people, 2.50 each ltoonis with Pritutu I tut lit single, 3.00 per day; 2 people, 2.7G each 60 Itooma single, 3.50 per day; 2 people, 3.00 each CO ltoonis: (Without Meals) i:Ui;OIM:A. Koontk without Itatli but with Hot nud Cold HtmniiiK Water. single, $1.00 per day; 2 people, JO. 75 each 75 noonia single, 1.23 per day; 2 people. 1.00 each 50 Hooms 50 Front Hooms. single, 1.50 per day; 2 people, 1.25 each ltoonis with Prhnte Hath: single, 1.50. per day; 2 people, 1.25 each 50 Hooms single, 2.00 per day; 2 people, 1.50 each 60 Rooms I'IjA.V THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Cor. Sixth and Main Sts. European I'ian Only. Koomt Without Hath, $1.00 nud up; Itooms With Private Hath, 81.00 and up Heit Fating Place In Town. The Loulsvlllo Hotel and the Old Inn are located In tho wholesale walk to the retail district and theaters. district and only a LOUISVILLE HOTEL AND OLD INN COMPANY, Props. Vanderit Training School for Boys "g ELKTON, KY. Will help parents develop their sons fcito the best type of citizens and Christian gentlemen. Its pationage is widely scat- tered and comes from the best homes in the South. Its capacity is limited, there- fore, reservations should be made early. Place your son in this select gioup of boys. Write j g Jj H J S o 5 MSTHENEY & BATTS For catalogue and information. Box A. An 1 No Combination jaf Reading Like It mat 5Z and All ror (A1A & Lisues of iHEYDimtt COMPANION The Youth's Companion 02 ISSUES rMestTwo tarauusfwgy'tereivy and E-J- The favorite family weekly of America. 12 Great serial or uiuupa in 1917. anil IMUU..I1U.....V.V. zau snore oioric-and Suiisjestioiis. a thousand tunny lmj. Special Vase for all ail". w ' 12 99Ue or McCalTs Magazine U ISSUES AND HTML'S MAGAZ1NB 5 pres wtrern, A DRESS MIOII tr women, byraiiiuuwuf will wet the .H monthly Usuejof iGtrai but :ssMcq misjiiuw i .y f m.ii ii ii every iuumn u . mmm .:..u.i..4J i mwii VTl I'tterafor... ftsi S1.10 (tipnu et t.O. aA Kcar f4r U i 2 TflXVlio"um'L'o,iipanionsubwtiber3only.) hAV every month for one year: alio choice i !cAHi,3M. l'aTiem MM tor cents extra to cover maillm:. fc TvnjJTH'S for 52 weeks, and the 117 Home Calendir. of any 15 cent THE YOUTH'S Wr...;fcil aiiii up - l visional Government, to which end balance tho extremists had conducted an Harrison, Ales 9752 garpropaganda among the House, S. W 13291 rison of the capital. balance Tho preparations seriously alarm-,e- d Hart, John B 4963 the populaco, and last night Gen. Huff, John W 9417 IVassllkovskl, tho Mllltaryi Governor, Hedden, D. F 13463 postod n proclamation appealing to Johnson, Jess 5622 tho Inhabitants to remain 'calm, and Jackson, Mary 7999 assuring them that any attempt nt balance withviolence would be suppressed 2SS20 ;Kceton, A. U out mercy. Simultaneously the Sol- t Kissinger. S. F. 3346 Organization, diers and Workmen's Likens, C. T. .10029 Whlchvis holding forty meetings at Likens, C. T. .10031 various points throughout Hussia to- Likens, C. T. .10S47 j day to observe the anniversary and Likens, W. M. ., .10022 organization's Langlcy, D. L. . . S945 ralso funds for tho use, made public an appeal in which Langley, M. C. . . 4S95 it was declared that "hose who Lancaster, J. M. .13050 the workmen nnd soldiers to balance streets are Lancaster, Floyd .10724 come out armed into tho agents' provocateurs and enemies of Lane, Iteet 109S9 'the revolution, which they wish to balance drown in blood." 130 S3 Livers, W. M Plot To Itclcn.i CJir. 4S79 Midkiff, Estill Tho newspapers declare the Ca- Maddox, J. W 4S09 In favbinet Ministers are unanimous balance or of decisive measures against any McCarty, 2G749 J. M vlolnnt demonstration. balance At a lato hour it was reported iliat Murphy. J. S 11G31 the .MuMinaliHts, in Mow of the enbalance ergetic counter measures taken, had Murphy, H. K 13547 decided to abandon their programme. Murphy, Cal 13508 Potrograd was tho center of unbalance rest and anxiety Saturday owing to Marlow. Alvln ....11533 tho threat of a rising nnd meetings Moorman, C. K. . ..10S3S hold at Kronstadl. at which the sol13533 Miller, Eldred diers declared they would come o balance Potrograd on Sunday with the watchword "bread and peace" to "avenge McManaway, T. F. .13211 McManaway, W. J. .11018 ." the events of July Tho uneasiness was Increased bv JlcManaway, W. J. .11233 tho fact that several Petrograd regl-- v McManaway, W. J. .11232 ments received orders to leavo tho McManaway, A. J. capital, but Gen. Vassilkovskl, tho McManaway, It. L. .13460 . 5567 the Newton, A. L. Military Governor, reassured .13549 council that this was not a punitive Overton, Chester ,.29903 Oiler, C p.T-- ., measure. 13623 Regarding the hlitiarchlst onsplrJ Pulliam, Wm balance acy, the procurator of tho Moscow high court declares that the chief Qulsonborry, E. E... 11750 balance conspirator was Madame Hftrovo, 10906 jwlfe of the former Director of Posts, Roberts, J. J balanco engaged In a plot to release who was 13642 the former Emperor Nicholas. The Roberts, J. J 13C43 procurator says there Is no evidence-tha- t Roberts, J. J . Ralph, If. F. Nicholas knew of the plot. Some of the Petrograd papers as- Richards, H. G. ...29750 23997 Roby, S. P sert that Grand Duke Michael 13646 brother of Nicholas, and Sanders, Ben 9438 Grand Duke Paul were not Implicat- Sanders, Robert 13557 ed In the plot, but were arrested at Sanders, D. T. . 13645 Sanders, Fred a measure of precaution. 13501 m Sanders, Owen 13556 ASSIGNEE'S SALE. Sanders, D. T. 13515 Sanders, Noah 13516 Ohio Circuit Court. Sanders, W. S. 13437 J. W. McCarty, Assignee Fordsvlllo Sanders, D. H. 13555 Danklng Company, Plaintiff, Snders, Albert Vs. Judgment. balanco '. . . . Fordsvlllo Danklug Company, Defend- Spencer, W. M. .13217 ants. .13482 Smith. Scott . . This cause being submitted for fibalance . . nal Judgment upon the pleadings and Smith, G. W. . .13439 exhibits filed herein, and It appearbalance . .' ing to tho court that tho assignee, Smith. Charlie 102S3 J. W. McCarty, has in his hands un Stephens, Ab 12947 collected a lot of notes, judgments balance . . . . .".. . . and stock certificates, It Is now or- - Smith. C. M 13070 l and adludcod by tho court balanco 23S5 that said 'property bo sold. Said Sanders, W. D property is as follows: balanco Notes. 13615 Truman. L. W Ain't. Weatherford.Joshua 13424 No. Name 13545 S 40.00 Whlttaker. D. F. .. 8652 All, T. II 57.00 Wise, M. S 1343G All, Ilud 13C21 25.00 13554 Brown. T. H balance . . . 1206C Uasham, J. M Williamson, F. J. ..12753 40.00 balauco balance 15.00 Whltler, Oscar . . . .12735 llratchor, John ...13140 13G19 Ueatty, V. It Whltlcr, Frank . . .13324 35.00 balauco balanco Burton, Itoscoo. ...134S7 ,13029 Wells, N. B. 140.00 balance; balanco 29.00 Whito, W. D.- UradflomT W. T. ..2SC3G 132G0 25.00 Scales. J. W Coppage, E. S. . . ..13497 13540 2G.00 . . 8089 Cartor, J. B balance 40.00 Cook, J. J. . . Chancellor, Perry ..12991 95.00 Emery, Mason Chancellor, Perry . .13G38 ...13270 Chancellor, Perry ..12990 Hedden, U. S. ...13532 10.00 Hook, M. B. . ...13510 balance . .2dCQ9 Carter. W. T. Jones, J. W 15.00 Murphy, J. S bulunco ,13628 40.00 Moorman, John . . 1S94 Carter, I. M. 10.00 Morris, F. B. , . . . Carter, It. W. ....12417-....1352100.00 Newton, J. L. . . . Condor, J. W. Couder, J. W. ....f3522 Pulliam, William . 13392 1G.00 llichurd, Lincoln . . 8379 balauco G0.00 Richard, C. W. . . . 1S712 Dobruler, Ed . ....13344 Danlol, George ....12598 Smith. E. W 7.50 Tlmoy, MIchaol . . . bulunco Dobruler, J. V. ....13C24 balance 25.00 bulunco Judgment. 25.00 Evans, T. A. . . ...13130 Armomlt, Roy F ...13598 Evans, T. A . . ,.y. 10451 114.S9 Armondt, Roy F. ...135S0 balauco . . . . 25.00 Armendt, Roy F. ...13581 Evuus, Joo It. . ,...19200 25.00 Armondt, Roy F. ...13582 KiKiua, S. D. . . ,...13590 Armomlt, Roy F. ...13533 Foreman, G. B. ...12018 17.50 Brown, Stephen . .. 13358 balance . . threatened by tho Maximalists. Huff, W. J 5393 Tho chief feature of the Maximalist balance plan was somo sort of a demonstra- Huff, W. J 27330 tion by tho army against tho Pro- Hale, Theodosia ...13G0S boon balance IBeYOUTiTS COMPANION c 15.00 20.00 25.00 22.00 25.00 25.00 35.00 15.00 25.30 125.00 3G.00 Better Than Ever in 1915 o .... .... .... Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Pace, Boys Pagei Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles of Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone in uiciiuiiic. i nereis nu age limit to enthusiasm for The Three Current Issues Free Youth's Companion. If you do not know THE COMPANION let ut tend jrou Three Current luuei FREE. Inckxa thii Coupon with your request ... I 30. SO 31 20 to 30.40 35.00 20.00 25.00 EsaassffisasmxracEr 34.00 25.00 magazines, a SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE THE HARTFORD REPUI1L1CAN AND YOUTH'S COMPAMON, BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY S2.75. We Knock the Thote who subscribe now, sending $2 for the 52 issues of THE COMPANION for 1915, will receive The Companion Home Calendar FREE. 52 Times a Year not 12. More Rood reading than you will get in any of the monthly , Spots Out of Things X ' L i 3.00 45.00 5S.30 11.00 24.00 45.00 50.00 20.00 35.00 45.00 10.00 75.00 60.00 13.25 25.00 10.00 25.00 20.00 40.00 25.00 16.75 125.40 123.41 51.40 106.00 50.00 1C0. 00 II Fifty-fiv- e typewriters. Shorthand, Ladies' and Men's Garments , sons explained by Moving ture machine Seven big LesPicDe- Frnnch Dry Cleaned and Pressed in a Superior Manner. Send us your Garments Them and Havi partments Book- keeping, Telegraphy, Stenotypy, Music, Primary Normal. Expert teachers. Modern equipPosition assured. ment. Write for catalogue. CLEANED CLEAN fl , Packages called for and. delivered. Daviess Co, 8us. College I B K THEELITE PRESSING CLUif A. Iva Nail, Prop. Incorporated OWENSBORO, KY. nARTFORD, KENTUCKY. 17-18- i USELIV-VER-LA- X Petro-Men- No :'f;r case may be Petro-Ment- a will J ' bring relief. A trial will convince H you. For sale by Ohio County It Drug Co. Price 25c. Brown, Stephen ...13359 3703 Brown, Stephen Brown, Stephen . . . 8704 1345S Graham, F. M Graham, F. M 13459 Graham, John M. (Notes in Suit) . .13009 Relives Piles matter how stubborn the ta II .. . For LclZV LlVfir 3BG the Troubles of Constipation. Feeliright all the time. Don't lay ot from work for days by taking calomel keeps yosf when pleasant Liu- - Ver-La- x on your feet, while relieving your troujb le. Safer too, and easy to take. Donl take anything else. You can't aiTora it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses svs. tern and relieves constipation. Anat-25.0- 0 ural remedy, natural in its actions, sura in its effect and certain in results. It will won't be long before completely displace calomel in everj home.(. Children can takeit freely an with perfect safety. Every bottle guar- anteetf. ',50c and $1 in bottles, Nona genuine without the likeness and signa turo of L. K. Griesby. For sale by 4. ... 133.92 142.5(5 151.29 120.00 114.00 9.41 18.00 0 oo " .... h, 76.90 42.7o 11.00 35.00 12.00 26.75 20.00 20.00 " " " " ..13001 ..13102 ..13169 ..13172 Lloyd, L W 13518 13045 Miles, J. K. 2114 Mitchell, A. R. 13493 Newton, W. D. a. F. 13495 0. 00 Newton, Frank Petty, (two 25.00 60.00,, 15.00 245.00 q.'fi4 50.00 140.00 400.00 75.00 212.00 100.00 500.00 500.00 500.00 500.00 500.00 500.00 n. wiliL.ia.m3, Haruora KJ. notes) ..- 41.00 Smith, C. Smith, C 30.00 Wssterfield.Guyman Annie E. Smith . 24.00 Simon Smith Abblo Beard 10.00 Mrs. M. E. Jett 30.00 Mrs. Ella Smith' 51.90 189.00 12.00 30.00 50.00 50.00 S.50 ,...... 10306 13376 13648 .. - ... 1 cuiu. rniiLinsperfect Celebrttcd lor style, John iiiti-pi- ... .... i dered 18.75 the above property, to tho highest 26.00 and best bidder on n credit of three months. Ho will sell said property 2S.75 a' tho court house door In Hartford, Kentucky, on tho first day of tho regtcfrn rn n ra 40.00 ular torm of tho county or Circuit 25.00 Court, held In nnd for Ohio county. ki: Before making said sale, ho will Succeed vaen everytlilnK lie fill. 5.00 tho time and placo thorcot In nctvou", prsitrat.V und fuma'.. 1 100.00 by publication In tho Hartford ,'cnssji they rra the buprcrna "i ciy, m il.oiuaivis have twduei fl 150.00 for not less thnn three 25.00 POP. K.DNCY.MVSR AND day ot said salo and by prior to 23.00 written notice posted at tho court STCfiACri TROuriLE it b i'm hest tr.e'Jclr.o cvsr cold U 32S.41 house door In Hartford, Kentucky, o cr a drup j; Vu counter. (J 30.00 for not less than fifteen days Just 157.50 prior to day of sale, and ho will re122.00 port his acts at tho next term of this 20.00 court, to which tlmo this action Is lVuiiis 75.00 continued. 85. 63 Pursuant to tho abovo Judgment, I 65.00 will on Monday, Septombor 17, 1917,' 26.00 at about tho hour of one o'clock p at 'tho court house door In Hurt- 108.00 in., ford, Ky., sell tho nbovo described FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE Dissolved In water for douches atop property to tho highest and best bidpelvic catarrh, ulceration and Snf lani j 5G70.1G der, on :i credit of three months. mation. Recommended Ly LydU E. will bo roqulrod to exPurchaser 400.00 Pinldiam Med. Co. for ten .yean. 500.00 ecute bond with approved security A healing wonder for na.al catarrh, tore throniond sore oyes. Economical. 100.00 Immediately ptlor salo. Mu silrsonlintiy clcamuv trJ Ke.TWfida.1 WW.'. i ,. J. V. McCAKTV, Ciwi c.. en. ir - :... . . 150.00 LTtt. Ttw!'jll.ToarlCi.W.l-.floUou.KUu- . Assignee Fordsvlllo Banking Co. iiUMynnnn 22.30 , .mt s1 fit, simplicity rtliabilitr nearly 40 years. Sold In nay If every city and town in the United State2in4 Canada, or by null direct. More sold uua W. A. Flemlster . . . any other make. Send tor sfee catalogue. Bank Stock. (McCAIX'S MACAZINE Bank of Glendean,balanco.'56,975.00 More subscribers than any other fashion magazHje million a month. Invaluable. Lat2,000.00 Star Flro Ins. Co est styles, patterns, dressmaking, millinery, plain sewing, fancy ncedlevrerk.hatrdrcssine:. Arizona & Michigan Deveetiquette, pood stories, etc. Only CO cents' a 5,000.09 year (worth double), including a tree patient. lopment Co Subscribe today, or send for (ample copy. rONDESFUL INDUCEMENTS i to Affents. Postal brines Dremtum cataloua TllO assignee, J. W. McCarty, Is Or- - I and new cash prlie offers. Address aud directed to make sale of M McCaU CO, ca t. IU w. 7ta St. WW TBI C. Mason .... CfiB85 lifel'aalAiVa Every Woman -- .1- r J ftfr4il j.1 J' ' " i l Hi-J 'V U"ir jix wr.- - j ri' ' . -- . a kA -- Annouoc :es Its Thirty-Secon- d Annual Meet i ,'V &- - t Vrt HARTFORD, KY. &v M Wf. - $2My, v.- - y. w. V If r w . 4Big 5? Q& Nothing will be left undone to make this one of the most enjoyable as well fas . ij .. ii nni o. l i r one or the most prontaDie rairs nio county nas ever naa. i ne oia company is in active charge, and the premium list is the best ever. m rl' I Days 4 11 7 MX a ' iiit-jiuo- b -V. 131! fc""1 fct&ft . 5i- - vVr" 1 & n2 Mt YA& fr W BAND CONCERTS DAILY! sTSf, EXCELLENT' EXHIBITS! Special Features. Puinniug, Trotting and Pacing liuces every day. Continuous Show Rings of fine animals. Liberal Premiums assured great Floral Hall exhibits. Clean shows of all descriptions. No intoxicants ou grounds and ample police protection. Good Music by the Owensboro Band. Other features too numerous for space. J fr ES'mSSS Home Coming Time 4 4 I SFfc , Fair Time is Home Coming Time and the sons and daughters of the county and their defendants and all former citizens are earnestly invited to return to their native county, visit the scenes of their youth and mingle with and friends. A warm welcome awaits you. The hap. picst holidays of the year. rela-five- s tev". VVc especially urce every farines residing in Mi fa :om- to iiolc in Ken- - in unity to exhibit in at least one department, for by so doing of the Ohio County Fair Grounds is second . 1. .a n .. r At liltMinn t till I I srl n fkirtt in uiu success oi an organi tmikv. Fast track, commodious buildings. Good shade, juu vjii iwi it iiowimi good music, good show, good treatment mean good crowds. zution established wholly for your benefit. The Natural Beauty An, Appeal to the Farmers ,v i v. Special Free Attractions Dozily ! OHIO COUNTY FAIR C. IncorK)rated V.$ Y , ( tft& T. H. BLACK, President. R. E. LEE SIMMERMAN, Sec'y. NE7:Era?:iES j i