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The Hartford republican: September 21, 1917 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1917 hao1917092101_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: September 21, 1917 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1917 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 V- - Stye Fine Job Work. VOL. XXX. ytaxtfotv HepubJicati DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF All THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $l per Year No. 12 I HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KJY1., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1917. Ohio County Boys Called Seventy-on- e o! Our Drafted Boys Are y. posed of and much business transacted to date. Following Is a list of ac- HITSS TO BUILD tions dlsposod of up to press hour: Fred Roby, &c, vs. Washburn UP GREAT ARMY Crosby Co., dismissed, aottlod. Milcy Swain, &c, vs. Alabama Shultz, &c, same order. Arner Castcel vs. James Diamond GOVERNMENT ON POINT OF Miller samo order. IMPORTANT REMrs. Lurlna Aldrldgo samo orFORMS. der. Following have been continued by ln closo contact with and under the direct control of tho Premier and SEPT. 26 FIRST Commander-in-Chie- f for better cooperation In the Svork of tho reorBOND DELIVERY ganization ot the army. Rumors of the proposed removal ot the seat of government to Moscow are denied In official circles, where It RESERVE nANKS TO DISTRIBUTE BONDS TO MORE THAN Is pointed out that no political or 8,700,000. military reason for such removal exists. The probable action of tho Premier and his associates In the case of Gen. Kaledlnes excited interest: also. The General yesterday offered his resignation as Hetman of tho Don Cossacks. A government statement declares Gen. Kaledlnes announced ho had no Intention ot starting a counter revolution and was ready to come to Mohllev to explain his actions. Premier Kerensky, In a proclamation issued yesterday, appealed to tho population and to tho men of the army nnd navy to bo calm, to trust tho Government and to continue to fight tho enemy. Preparations Continue for the Democratic Congress proposed to be held in Petrograd on September 10, old style (September 23). The Democratic Congress referred to is probably the one proposed by tho Petrograd Council of Soldier's and Workmen's Deputies, according to dispatches of September 15, when the council announced it had decided to convoke Immediately a general conference of representatives of the whole organized democracy. .i V 4 i Given Notice to Report Here at 4 P. M; To-da16 ALTERNATES ALSO SUMMONSED Ohio County's agreement: First Increment of The New Naat tional Army to Leave Here To-morro- w 8:45 A. M. for Camp Taylor. t Douglas Heavrln, Barretts Ferry, Sovcuty-on- o of Ohio county's sons have hcen called to Rather horc on Ky. Lorenza C. Acton, Hartford, Ky. this evening nt 4 o'clock, preparatoDouglas Taylor, Narrows, Ky. ry to leaving hero In the morning nt Cnrl Urown Barnes, Prentiss, Ky. S:4fi for Camp Zachery Taylor, near Lewis E. Craddock, McIIenry, Ky. Loiilsvlllo. In order that the full Grayson F. Lashbrooks, Hartford, number may he made up, and for that may nrlse, sixteen Ky. Lawson Hyers, McIIenry, Ky. alternates have been directed to bo Walter D. Maddox, Rockport, Ky. on bauds to tnko the place of any John W. Llndley, Centertown, Ky. who can not, for valid reasons, be Hubert Slovens, Beaver Dam, Ky. sent with litis first 71. Loonard F. Anderson, Rockport, Tho company has boon routed bo Ky. that It should reach Loulsvlllo Argil Leach,, Prentiss, Ky. af4 and C o'clock Buck Alsip, McIIenry, Ky. ternoon, thereby giving tho boys the Wm. Rogers, McIIenry, Ky. advantage of daylight arrival. Mack Hall, McIIenry, Ky, Citizens of Hartford are arrangOswald C. Hocker, Hartford, Ky. In ing to entertain the boys John L. Smlthson, Dundee, Ky. they nro certain to their homes and got a good hearty hand on their Alternates. leaving, notwithstanding the parting Honry Geary, Neafus, Ky. for tho most of us will be a sad Blrt Leach, Roslne, Ky. one. Joseph M. Mills .Hartford, Ky. The first 71 herebolow are those Barclay Shoulders, McIIcnry, Ky. who have been selected as the counJohn E. Rendor, Rockport, Ky. ty's first, they being first in thar-tie- r Ray Crabtree, Hartfor, Ky. of call: Byron II. Smith, Heaver Dam.Ky. Earl W. Beasley, Simmons, Ky. Walter A. Williams, Uoslne, Ky. Benjamin A. Koon, Rockport, Ky. Ira W. Hazollp, Uoslne, Ky. Lonnio E. Daugherty, Balzetown, Felix Miller, Olaton, Ky. Earl Ky. Klbert Hill, Fordsvlllo, Ky. Robt. L. Ambrose, Hartford; Ky., llcv V. McConnell, Simmons, Ky. R. G. Reynolds Station, Ed Robinson, Dow C. Maddox, Rockport, Ky. Ky. Arvln W. Leisure, Horton, Ky. Robt. G. Hurgess, Prentiss, Ky. James E. Parks, Beaver Dam, Ky. Cody L. Stowart, Eordsvllle, Ky. Cecil W. Leach, Beaver Dam, Ky. Ilort R. Barnard, Rockport. Ky. Herbert Robinson, Narrows, Ky. Hay Stevens, Cromwell, Ky. 4m Elmer P. Hunter, McIIcnry, Ky. BOILED DOWN. H. Carnahan, Equality, Millard Ky. Russia has again proclaimed a ReJohn E. Tooley, Ilockport, Ky. public. Wlllio Colyor. Whltesvllle, Ky. Wm. C. King, Dundoe, Ky. Tho report last week of n Johu W. Allen, Reynolds Station, 'off tho New England coast has pray- Ky. on ungrounueu. Ray Hawkins, Hartford, Ky. n. Matthows, McIIenry, Harlan Russian forces aro again showing Ky. Kmtnott DeDrulor, Fordsvlllo, Ky. nctlvlty on tho Eastern front and havo won somo positions. Jones Lnnhara, Fordsvlllo, Ky. Rolllo Wcstcrflold, Hartford, Ky., Three hundred thousand men of R. 7. tho National army will movo toward Roma Balzo, Bulzctown, Ky. Horbort II. Roach, Heaver Dam, tho sixteen cantonmonts Ky. Congress will probably adjourn In Clifton W. Iloyd, Contcrtown, Ky. Georgo A. Wedding, Hartford, Ky., next month for n breathing spell before tho oponlng of tho December R. C. session. Raymond Rowo, McIIenry, Ky, Wlllio C. Hollln. Rockport, Ky. Daviess county will send S7 young Otis N. Rock, Heaver Dam, Ky. l'arvln E. Johnston, Narrows, Ky., men on n spoclal train from Owens-bor- o to Camp Taylor at Louisville, R. 2. Saturday. Olllu Johnson, Dcanlleld, Ky. Wesley Daniel, Fordsvlllo, Ky. On account of a short wheat harGrovor C. TUford, Dundee, Ky. vest tho Italian government has Thomas Nix, Olaton, Ky. Sholby M. Southard, Heaver Dam, adopted tho bread card method of limiting consumption. Ky. Marlon C. Shrovo, Falls of Rough, OHIO CIRCUIT COURT Ky. IS NOW IX SESSION Plrtlo Arnold, Horbo Branch. Ky. Albert II. Rowo, Contcrtown, Ky, Tho September term of tho Ohio James II. Hamilton, Hartford, Ky. Circuit Court convened hero last, C. Jl. Claude Duke, Hartford, Ky., R. 0. Monday with Judgo Slack on tho Bonch. This bolug only a civil term Harrison Cook, Uanock, Ky. crowd was smallMousey 11. Albln, Balzctown, Ky. tho usual first-da- y er than common. Josso Harris, Suunydale, Ky. Tho following have been empanelHubert J. Coopor, Fordsvlllo, Ky. Odor D. Crllllth, Whltesvllle, Ky. ed to sorvo as jurors at this term of ourt: Ben Gentry, B. F. Flener, A. Harbin Likens, McIIonry, Ky. V, Utowan, Tom Loyd, Clinton Igle-henFoy E. Hlnton, Utlca, Ky., It. 3. Frank Lowe, II. R, Miller, Loo R. King, Llvla, Ky., It. 2. Ewald W. Smith, Hartford, Ky., Peter Shown. L. E. Charlott. Herman Burr, Jim Shown, J. F. Beck, Rufus IL 5. Balrd, J. C. Bennott, It. II. Gillespie, Cecil Draper, Herrin, III., It. 1. Ernest E. Prlco, Llvcrmore, Ky. J. F. Mill, S. F. Riley, W. II. Foro-innS. S. May, J. It. Albln, Frnnk Robt. O. Tilford, Rockport. Ky. Honry F. Casey, Heaver Dam, Ky. Hluck, Winson Smith, A. N. Embry, E. E. Hrowu, Chas. Whobery. Ernest Eldor, Ceralvo, Ky. A number of casos havo beon dls- Preston Watson, Llvonuoro, Ky. en at I -rt, i n, Lon Royal vs. Clarence James. WAR MINISTER TALKS Mary Ann Brown vs. J. G. Hoover Jesso Tlnoy Wilson, &c, vs. Rockport Coal Co. Money Wright Scale Co. vs. G. X, Says Germany In Error In Thinking Kevolt Has Destroyed Forces Thomas. Of Russia. f C. K. Roncor vs. H. D. Burch. U, F. Graves vs. S. J. Husscy. Lena M. Wcsterfield vs. Oma Leo Petrograd, Sept. 18. It was anWesterfleld. A. T. Gardner, Ac, vs. Noah Zack-er- nounced from an authorized source &c. that tho reorganization of the headWayno Splnks vs. Margaret Gray, quarters staff has been completed &c. and that tho new High Commands Mary E. Doran vs. II. J. Doran. will enter upon their functions forthTobacco Co. vs. S. with. The War Minister, Gen. has informed tho newspaper T. Barton. Maybello Hope Barne3 vs. Henry representatives that the Government is about to realize a scries of ImBarnes. Tho Frick Co. vs. W. E. Ewan.&c. portant reforms with tho object of creating a strong revolutionary arcontinued for process. A. P. Hammons vs. Williams Coal my. Co. continued, generally. It Is authoritatively stated that The following cases havo been tho Government consldors the procstricken from tho docket: lamation of a republic as merely a Georgo Owens vs. Minnie Owens. declaratory act and does not propose Sam Wallace vs. Mattlo Wallace. to reform a republican administraBenjamin F. Ferguson vs. Alice tion before tho constituent assembly Peyton Ferguson. is convened. Effle Peach' vs. Everett Peach The commission of inquiry sitting U. S. TO TAKE PART IN NAVAL POLICV CONFERENCE dismissed. at Pskoff has ascertained that Gen. G. B. Smith vs. Cora M. Smith Klembovsky did not participate acWashington, Sept. 18. Dispatches tively In the Korniloff revolt. The Famo order. y n from Europe Tobacco Co. vs. commission, therefore, declares that received here Smiley, &c, and samo against he is not liable to arrest. The evi- disclose tho fact that a conference is Jesse James Taylor, &c dismissed, set- dence in tho case has been forward- to be held In Paris early in October at which naval matters ot an untled. ed to Premier Kerensky. J. H. Ralph vs. Tom Crowder Premier Kerensky, accompanied stated nature are to be taken up by agreed judgment, $110 and the cost3 by Grfn. Verhovsky, Minister ot War, representatives of the Allied GovAccording to lea Nazion-al- e, for plaintiff. and Admiral Verdervsky, Minister of ernments. an Italian paper usually well InAlonzo Embry, et al vs. V. L. Marine, left Petrograd last night for et al. agreed Judgment for ?59 the Rysian general army headquar- formed, the United States is to participate in the discussion. and costs for plaintiffs. ters in the field of Mohllev. Officials here would not comment B. T. Morris vs. Dr. Oscar Allen Significance is attached to this viscontinued by agreement. to Mohllev because of the probable upon the report further than to say it W. D. Hocker vs. J. D. Baugh action to bo taken by the Ministers that no "political" conference was In verdict of Jury, $03.20 and costs In in the case of Gen. Korniloff, leader prospect. The extent of American participafavor of plaintiff. of the recent revolt, who with other Noah Coats vs. Byron Taylor Generals 'Is under arrest there. The tion in tho deliberations probably agreed Judgment for $50 and costs. Journey of tho Ministers also gave would be limited. Since the United B. J. Taylor vs. Geo. E. Smith, ot rise to a report that the Government States is not at war with Austria, was planning to remove from Petro- Vice Admiral Sims, commanding the at. verdict for defendants. D. T. Wilson vs. I. C. R. R. Co. American naval forces in European grad. waters, probably would not take part continued. New Note of Firmness. supKelley vs. Ncel, Bank of Llvermoro Tho submission or Gen. Kaledlnes, in a discussion of measures to vs. Rone, Pannell vs. Woodburn. tho Cossack leader, has removed the port the Italian drive with naval opBrown vs. Evans; Willis vs Maden, menace of a second march on Petro- erations In which British and French Tulsa Silo Co. vs. Beaver Dam Plan- grad and materially clarified the sit- ships might participate. ing Mill Co., Graves vs. Hussy all uation and ilghtencd tho burden of There is the possibility, however, continued cenorally". Premier Kerensky and his associates that means to curb tho - operations cf submarines Hlgdon vs. I. C. R. R. Co. In tho Committee of Five. A further Austrian and Germanfavorable indication Is a seeming ten- and open another route to Franco by Crunk vs. Balmaln Judgment for dency on the part of tho Workmen's way of the Mediterranean for Amermay bo plaintiff, $275. and Soldiers' delegates to show less ican troops or supply ships In that event the Tho Jury was dismissed late yes oblectlon to a coalition Cabinet, and In contemplation. ' torday evening and court will likely ,t ,g oenoved tnat 0n his return from TTnttpd States mlcht nartlclnato in at noon. adjourn y fleU1 headquarters the latter part of any joint action of tho Allies to clear Grand Jury l'or November Term, the week the Premier will announce the Mediterranean of hostile submarines, regardless of whether tho Amos Slack, J. W. Muffett, Rufus tho constitution or tho Ministry. were German or Austrian. It Is expected that this will meet Den- Williams, D. H. Muffett, C. C. ' nis, Nat Llndley, J. II. Holderman, with active opposition on tho part of KENTUCKIAN E. E. Brown, Floyd Baize, J. M. Bish- - tho Bolshevik!, who demand tho corn-o- FORMER TO HEAD FLORIDA UNIT Bourgeoisie Sam Stevens, Jesso Foster, R. It. Pleto elimination of tho But Miller, P. M. Brown, James Chris-- , element from the Government. Paris, Ky., Sept. 18. Information tlan, J. J. Roberts, R'. P. Beck, Luth- - with assurances of support from tho ' array and the reasonablo clement of has been received hero from Tampa, or King, Jesso Byers, Phllo Duncan, son S. S. Acton, J. H. Stewart, J. N. Old- - tho Socialists, tho Government has Fla., that R. Davis Hutchcraft, n fears of the result ot any clash of Perry Hutchcraft, of Paris, who ham, Audrey Crowe. has boon living in Tampa, will havo Petit Jurors For November Term. wlln tho. Radicals. quot"a A now note oi nrmness is ooserv- - charge of tho 40 per cent draft II. P. Addlugton, II. K. Ward, Jas. army of Hillsborough county, Florida.when Balrd, J. B. Renfrow, John 11. Chat-ma- ed In tho latest orders to the an- that body leaves for tho cantonment P. S. Lushbrook, II. II. Llnd- and fleet, In addition to which that' no further at Columbia. S. C. Mr. Hutchcraft ley, C. E. Crowdor, L. W. Hunt, J. nouncement is mado Is a newspaper man, serving his ap-- 1 organizaactivity by D. Loach, Ed White, Harland Tlcho-no- r, prentlceshlp as roporter on tho Less Shultz, Warren Taylor, A. tions will bo permitted. Tho last Ho comes ot fighting prompted by tho W. Bluck. E. G. Austin, C. A. Wel-lo- r, announcement was grandson appearance of Committees 'stock, being a great-greW. P. Bonder, W. L. Bails, W. for tho Salvation of tho Revolution, of Gen. Samuel Williams, a hero nf J. French, F. C. Brown, E. S. Mnuzy, governmental milita ftho War ot 1812; a great-greN. C. Earp, Hurb Taylor, Sr., G. E. which assumed ot Gen. John S. (Cerro Gordo) ry powers in Petrograd with the aim Barr, W. B. WIso, Eliza King. Henopposing alleged counter revolu (Williams, ot Mexican and Civil War ry Plrtlo, J. P. Medcalf, Georgo of tionary conspirators, rromler Ker- famo; a great nephew or uen. Jonn Johnson. tho Thomas Croxton, ot tho Civil War, ensky, whllo nsknowledglng good intentions of theso bodies, de- nnd a grandson ot Col. R. W. HutchNAVV LEAGUE COMMITTEE nsslst-nnc- o craft, who served in tho Civil War WILL DKFV MR. DANIELS clares that tho need of tholr Is past and that they will bo from Bourbon county. Washington, Sopt. 1G. Tho Com- suppressed. Gen. Verkhovsky, tho now War BAKER MELD FOR THREAT forts Comniltteo of tho Navy Leaguo TO POISON U. K. ARMY Minister, In his first press Interview announced that It would assumed ofilco, said: to sond articles to sailors, contlnuo "Tho first task of my associates j Chicago, Sopt. 18. Corl Reiger, In tho nanio of Us honorary chairsubject to Bor- man, Mrs. Georgo Duwey, in splto of and myself is to croato on army on 28 years old, a baker the basis of those of other nations. vlco in tho United States army, Is Socrotary Daniels' order that all ro olllcors by government Hot and comfort contributions to tho I can nssuro you that tho measures being hold which will bo token will create a hero charged with having uttered a navy must bo handled through the mighty revolutionary army. It Is a , threat to poison tho entire United Amorlcan Red Cross. mlstnko for Germany to think that States army. m According to witnesses, Rolger re- tho Australia has contributed to the tho revolution has destroyed war In all 301,949 men, according lo Russian army. It will soon become 'contly In tho courso of an argument an olilclal roport compiled by tho de- strong ngnln and will resist to the on tho subject of conscription said fense authorities. Of tho total num end of tho dignity and safety of tho If ho wero drafted ho would servo' as n baker nnd put poison In all tho ber of youths nnd men In Australia, ' fathorland." Tho War Ministry has been placed bread ho made. por cent havo enlisted. J4'.1S y, Hoss-Vnugh- n. Verk-hovsky, Ross-Vaughto-daAl-for- d, con-tlnuo- d. to-daJ p, n, at at w Washington, Sept. 18. Delivery of Liberty Bonds to subscribers, Secretary McAdoo announced will begin September 2G. Tho twelve Federal Reserve Banks will distribute tho Issue. Considering tho probable retention by many subscribers of interim certificates, already issued, officials estimate that tho work of distribution will require soveral weeks. Tho huge issue Is larger in the number of bonds required than first reports, based on more than 4,000,-00- 0 Individual subscriptions, indicatThe number of coupon bonds, ed. toSecretary McAdoo announced night, Is estimated by Federal Reserve Banks as In excess of 8,700.-00- 0 pieces, of whlchmore than are of the 550 and 5100 denomination. In announcing tho date for the commencement of deliveries, Secretary McAdoo repeated his suggestion that holders of interim certificates would find it to their advantage in many instances to hold tho certificates, instead of exchanging them for bonds, until Congress dispose of the bill authorizing 4 per cent interest rate on the next offering. Urged To Aid Government. "It is apparent," read Secretary McAdoo's statement, "that If pending legislation should be enacted and bonds should bo Issued bearing Inter- est at a higher rate than 3 per cent per annum and exempt from the normal income tax, In view of the resulting privilege ot conversion, the der Libmand for definlto .a erty Bonds, particularly those ot the per-,ce- nt small denominations, would bo greatly reduced. "It !s apparent also that much, of the demand for bonds of small denominations comes through employers and othera who have subscribed for bonds' for their employers' and customers under arrangements allowing the latter to make payment la Installments over an extended period and therefore the Immediate delivery. "Employers, banks, trust companies and others are urged to aid in relieving the Government and tho subscribers whom they represent of the troubles and expense Incident to of tho delivery of great numbers at bonds In small denominations this timo.partlcularly In cases whero subscribers have not made payment In full for their bonds, by accepting and procudlng the acceptance In tho first Instance of bonds pf the largest denominations possible, and of registered bonds rather than coupon bonds in case ot largo subscriptions, and by retaining or procuring Intertho rotentlon ot tho full-pai- d im certificates until Congress shall have acted In tho matter of ponding legislation and tho rato of Interest to be borne by any new bonds respect to their exemption from taxation and other matters shall have been determined. 4 J. W. 1IENSON FOR APPELLATE JUDGE Tho Henderson Dally Gleaner of dato Sept. 10, 1917, announces tho candidacy of the Hon. J. W. Hon- son, of thnt city, from tho Second District, to succeed Judgo W. E. Sot-tlot tho Kentucky Court ot Appeals. Judgo Henson is well known and llkod by all who know him horoN having sorvod as Special Judgo of tho Ohio Circuit, Court, and tho way in which ho discharged his duties and dispatched tho business of tho court was favorably commented upon by o, all. -- . GASOLINE $1 GALIX)N IN HAVANA AUTOS lc RETIRE I I Havana, Sept. 18. Moro than ft in Havana, automobiles thousand havo been forced Into rotlremeut by tho action of rotall gasollno dealers In Jumping tho price from 47 cenu n gallon to 51 and In somo Instance to 51.20. It was Intimated tho supply is for nil neods mid that tho acof retailers la unjustified and tion that prosecutions will follow If thoy persist In their excosslvo demands. ado-quuto i-""- T! ITV H N t e . "7 ' v, Announces Its Thirty-Secon- d Annual Meet iff .&ci. A - if e 1 f HARTF ORD. KY. Big Days4- Sir K 1 i'i Hi ?s - 3iJ i?Jsi :7 " W A Sept Vj G-Tv-tI- i ttm ! al .V2 Ultt.-- " 'W-Hl-T- Mi ml '-- 1111 f itf ax & I T7S-- 7. rc fcoa fzw Nothing will be left undone to make this one of the most enjoyable as well fas one of the most profitable fairs Ohio county has ever had. The old company is in active charge, and the premium list is the best ever. T"i-ijy-g-.,n'g-s'- 5Ci & jm c- ami ;AND CONCERTS DA T V? Something to please and 'O&04 : - EXCELLENT EXH Special Features. x ITQ? X1011!!?0.,, Hal,withBarns best and 1 I Oi jji uuutts or cne filled the rarm, shop, factory. Home Coming Time 2. rjirr j Fair Time is Home Coming Time and the sons Running. Trotting and Pacing Races every day. and Kintr-- of fine animals. daughters of the county and their appendants aud'allTmn, Continuous Show .. i Liberal Premiums assured great Floral Hall exhibits. i er citizens are earnestly invited tn minm i" u. ...... J. .. '" . .. j., uuir nauvc Clean shows of all descriptions .iuuumy, visit me scents oi tneir youth and mingle with rela No intoxicants on grounds nnd ample police protection. ' ' piost holidays of the year. Good Music by tJie Owensboro Band. Other features too numerous for space. We especially urge every farmes rosid I n,- - : n... " ,,in comOhio County Fair Grounds is second to noi-- e in ,of the munity to exhibit mat least one department, lorfhywi'Muiiiir Fast track, commodious buildings. Good shade, ;you will feel a personal interest in the sum-esi of ., good music, good show, good treatment mean good crowds. Ration established wholly for your benefit. Ken-'tuckv. s ! rj x VL The Natural Beauty An Appeal to the Farmers ' j---t ifV "v Ss? pecia! Free Attractions D adly! OHIO COUNTY FAIR C. Incorporated 7 T. H. BLACK, President. "&WEZJLr$?EZ POK- - C3A.,0EVA.JLMCC3r R. E. LEE SIMMERMAN, SecV .v V&troroS$3$9V$$Si still In doubt, tho postlon of the ernment wns Improved today. gov- SING SIXO POET ASKS TO FIGHT GRIWAXV Ossinlng, N. V., Sopt 15. Up in NOTICE! BUY YOUR STRAW HAT FROM Hub Clothmg Co. HARTFORD, KY, VSSTOV&SSSSSS fore, and which It regards as necessary to preservo sufficient political NEW REPUBLIC hatmony to continue the war. 1 lint would Russia eventually PROCLAIMED p.dopt a republican form of government has been generally assumed, nnd was predicted confidently by the American mission to Russia. INTKUXAIi IANKK IUWSIAX proclamation caused some KOItOKH COUNTKY T) XKW surprise here, coming at this time, (iOVKUXMKNT. however. CIoso observers of Russian revolutionary politics bellcvo It was prompted by a desire to reassure NEW CABINET CREATED the radical socialistic element of the Work meats and Soldiers' Council that tho formal organization of a constitutional government would not Arc rVnmrtl to Tuke Cure of All be postponed Indefinitely. To this Mntters) of Hlatr "osarkfc In extent It was Interpreted as a capitulation to tho Social revolutionary party, of which KerensWy Is a lead- IS Ker-ensky- 's Tho first Indication of tho Improvement was tho fact that tho rank nnd fllo of tho army Is wholly loyal to Juditho provisional government. cial Inquiries Into .tho Kornlloff rebellion at Mohllov and Petrograd develops that tho soldiers, and also many oincers, when they marched against Petrograd, had no knowledge of their objective and no suspicion nt the conspiracy of Gen. Kornllorf. It appears that they were given various pretexts, some connected with the war and somo connected with the internal condition of the country. Premier Kerensky yesterday Issued an order to the nrmy and navy declaring that this condition was true of the army of General Krymoff, which in Its march against Petrograd had no Intention whatever of overthrowing the government, to which It Is entirely loyal. ThcGrand Council of the Don Cossacks, sitting at Novo Tcherkask.ha-- l been ordered by tho government to arrest General Kaledlnes. The council has replies that It Is Impossible to obey the order because General Kaledlnes has to attend the military conferences of the Cossacks In his official capacity as hetman of the Cossacks. At the same time tho council passed n resolution protesting against the chargo that the Cossacks sympaThe thized with tho revolution. resolution declares tho loyalty of the Cossacks to the government and exhorts all soldiors and ctlzens In the Don region to disregard the appeals of Irresponsible bodies. the' gloomy cell blocks of Sing Sing prison tho convicts have heard all nbout the war with Germany nnd many of them nre burning to don khaki nnd fight In Franco cither or after serving out their term's. number, sings tho martial aspirations of the criminals in the Iittlo magazine of the prison as follows: Children Cry for Fletcher's bc-fo- ro A oonvict poet, known only by a Ib They say I am unfit to be a soldier, Hecausc I wear a convict's suit of u gray; Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been u&e ior over over ju years, nas Dome the signature of and has been made under his sonal supervision since its infancy. - Yet Slackers shirk aud Cowards hide , In terror, As brave men Join the march away. ranks. and ii All Counterfeits, Imitations and " are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. mw . .v wu iw UVVVI od JTUU LUIS. Just-as-go- I am no good or help to home and country, Decause the brand of shame Is on ,my brow, Vet life, still sweet to me, 1 gladly offer, his To Uncle Sam, who needs children now. How many men Castona is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friead. WhatisCASTORIA 1 i who love their country's honor Have broken laws that cent them to a cell; Yet who would give their all to 'join tho service, Ajd risk their loves for Freedom's cause as well? Suppose my folly had not been de- GENUINE yBears CASTOR I A the Signature of ALWAYS tected, hr t. New Tork, Scpjt. 10. A Russian The provisional government, domirepublic hns been proclaimed. Tho ' nated by thsi new Cabinet of five umlor date .Ministers with oentraiized powers, Iirorlslonal government of Septembur 14, Issued a proclama- probably will proceed to exercise ar tion declaring that to strengthen the bitrarily functions which It would organization of tho State, a change not have dared before. Altho there to a republican form of government is no specific authority for Its action, Mas necessary. the government apparently believes Danger Mill threatens Russia, the, it will meet less opposition than by proclamation sajs, altbo the rebell continuing tho policy of interminaion of (ion. Kornlloff has failed. The ble readjustments of Cabinets' and plan of a Russian republic lias been Ministers which have marked the one of the chief alms of the Radicals short revolutionary history of tho and the councils of ''Soldiers and nation. Workmen's delegates and was given It is believed here that tho new approval by the recent Russian Con- move will btrengthen tho government gress at Moscow. and nsslst the recuperation from the A Cablnot of flvo members, Includ- national shock of Gen. Koriilloff's ing Premier Kerensky, lias been nam- unsuccessful rovolt. 'Since the new ed to take care of all matters of Cabinet of flvo contains three nonState. Tho only party men are partisan members and two Socialists, Premier Kerensky and M. Nlkltlno, and therefore Is not a coalition as Minister of Posts and Telegraphs, advocated by the Constitutional Dem'fcoth of whom are social revolution-lut- s ocrats, some opposition by conservaThe others, Including tho Min-- tives of the latter group may be exIsters of War and Marine, are mem- pected. bers of no party. After taking up the Immediate Altho tho position of tho Kerens- task of restoring discipline to the ky government appears to bo Improv- army, tho new government's next ing, the action of the Grand Council undertaking probably, will bo to preof tho Don Cossacks In refusing to pare for tho constitutional asbembly n, mrrender Gen. Kaledlnes, their which will decldo the permanent Is ominous. Tho leader of tho form of government, local and naCossacks Is accused of complicity in tional tho rights of citizens and nathe Kornlloff rewlt. Tho Cossacits tionalities, the fundamental law of protest their loyalty to tho govern- the land, and taxation and ment, while, Ignoring tho govern problems. ment's request for tho giving up of Resolution Passed. Jen. Kaledlnes. Petrograd, Sept. lfi. At a plenary session of the Petrograd Council of Potrograd. Sept. 15. Russia has Soldier's and Workmen's deputies probeen proclaimed a republic. Tho soltonight issued today, which was attended by previsional government September diers who were absont from tho the proclamation, dated vious meeting, there were repassed V- tho Maximalist resolutions adopted The proclamation follows: putting forward an exyesterday, "Gen. Kornlloffs rebellion has tremely radical program doinnndliig great Is tho been uellod. Hut exclusion of all representatives of caused thoroby and again, tho propertied classes from power, threatening tho great Is tho danger of privato property, tho abolition fato of tho fatherland, nnd its declaration of a demoimmediate cratic republic, otc. "Holding It necessary to put nu Tho delegates also adopted a resend to tho external Indoflnltonoss of olution sotting forth that tho tragtho State's organization, remember,N ic situation of tho country made lug tho unanimous nnd rapturous ap necessary tho constitution of a strong Idea exproval of tho Republican revolutionary power free from all pressed at tho Moscow State Confer- compromise with tho deence, tho provisional government and bourgeois regiments organclares that tho constitutional announcing they had decided to conRusization nccordlng to which tho voke immediately a general conferorsian Stato is ruled is a republican ence of representatives of tho whole ganization and It hereby, proclaims organized democracy for tho settletho Russian Republic. ment of the question of constituting (Slpnod) n power capable- of leading tho coun"MIN'ISTKB AND PRESIDENT try, until tho time tho constituent asKKUKNSKY - sembly assembles. MINISTER OF JUSTICE "iARTho resolution adds that until this OUDNI." conference Is summoned the present l 'in or President. in jiowor, Prc8l-- ( government will remain Tho title "Minister' and working In closo union with tho revKcrcnsky's dent" ulllxod to Promlor . olutionary democracy, which is to tho proclamation l'rob-elgiiaturo to glvo energetic support. If Presl-- I nbly rcferf to his position as says tho necessary tho resolution ' government will act In closo dent of tho Ministry ramur mu the republic. with a connnltteo for tho To Glvo Xntl'i" BlifiiKlli. safoty of tho revolution,. Washington, Sept. 1C Premier Army N Uijnl. Kcrensky's provisional government, Petrograd, Sopt. 10. Notwitha republic and declaring Russia continuation the re.,?. ..,iiinnt a constitutional or- - standing tho Kaledlnes andof tho Don , volt of Gen. , ....iv clothe Itself with au-hereto-- , Cossacks,, the designs of which are thorny which It has lacked i t Hot-maland-holdi, i eon-fusifrce-I'.oin. counter-revo-lutlonn, er. And I had never known what prison meant; I still would be the same, tho not a Clear Awny The Waste. convict, Bowel regularity Is tho secret of And fit to do my share, wherever good health, bright eyes, clear comsent. plexions, and Dr. King's New Life Pills are a mild and gentlo laxative that regulates the bowels and re- Some people think because a man has fallen, lieves the congested Intestines by reHe's down for good and can not moving the accumulated wastes withriso again; out griping. Take a pill before retiring nnd that heavy head, that dull If this Is so, then what of man's salvation, spring fever feeling disappears. 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I feel as though it saved my lifo and havo recommended it to others and they havo been benefited". Mrs. W. E. Lisjdsev, R. R. 3, Tennille, Ga. You can be a success, and a big success, if you have AMBITION, ERERGY, NERVE. The road to success is easy if you are properly prepared. A Business Education is the chief requisite for preparedness. The big men of today almost without exception are the men who prepared yesterday. We prepare you for the position that are waiting for the prepared man or woman. School ai session the entire year. Pupils may enter at any time and receive proper classification. Will t si dttl (Incorporated) Ki t If you want special ntlvlco write to Lydia E. Plnldimn Medicine Co. (confidential) Lynn, Mass. Your letter will li opviictli read uutl answered by a woiuun and held lu btrict confidence. OWENSBORO, KY. ye vsWHf!""'" " .v - - ' Hartford Republican. elM, nwordlnn to law at tke PontofUr Hartford. Ky., a mail matttr ol tbe e contl The companr la to be congratulated In Its move to make this more of an agricultural exhibition. I beads onniiV (Dy STRUNG. V I i i I -- There are nearly a score of unfor-tunat- o Something Important happens In outcasts nt the Ohio County poor fnrm. Circumstances oyer which John Doc's family and when the & Bus. Mgr. W. 8. TINSLEY, Editor they had no control, separated them county paper comes out without from home and friends and all things iinntln?i1nt It .Tnlin. Ilia clfn nml tli.i to Address all communications the boys don't pay much nt- men hold dear, and life to them is ET (Tee Hartford Republican. llmt n woarv wait for the welcome tonllon to Mich matters nrn ilUnn call of death. Do you ever think of 'pointed. It seems never to occur to NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS them? Did It never occur to you1 John. Mrs. Doe and the girls thnt inbftrltwni ilnlrlnR tbe wirrHDtto n new some lit- - the editor Is not ubiquitous, and that mnet gle the old nildrwe In lunllntf the that you might show them ddrma tie office that would make them think they should send him notice of the PnelneM I.ocnl nml Notlire lte Pr lice and f c J that all the milk of human kindness event. line for each odilltlonnl Insertion. V Im.l ii ft I vim nut nf human hearts? i ,))ltaarlea, Ileeglutlon" anil Card ol ThinlSc Tlinlr Vnnnnr Is kind enoiicll as SUCll -- n... ..,.-- . The bootleggers may still water It line, money In ndrnnrc. Church Notlcru tor etrxtl free, lint other matters go, but cannot you and 1 down, but after a few years now they adrertleenir nt. 6c per line. ontYintlmna cfinil A little tireseilt Or Innn'f wnrlf nff Hint nnatv now llnllnr inonjmon. communication, .hi receire no r. HtUo , TgH ,o , t)jege i10pcless, that tastes like green persimmons, wnuon i.n.. ..nil cneeriess prisoners ui pi.n.-- . ,.... on us any more. ... . . Let us give but a drop oi water in .. Thirty thousand millionaires In ..123 Somebody's name. E.mtorla.n A..... .. C9 llita innnlrv (a Mm rnnntn.1 rooiitt nf Xlxixiib' Sfutual We overheard a rather bright look-- 1 tho three yoars of war we were kept old 0ut of. 1!1 ing fellow, some 25 or 26 years SEPTEMBER FRIDAY, say the other day that his Democrat-- ; Ic papers said so much about voting Even the district exemption board for Woodrow Wilson and peace,: and Is wrestling with tho problem wheth-- i : . . . . are upon top of all of tliat lie nearu uig er or not dependent Woodrow, Just grounds for exemption from military Ollle In his plea for kafii-w,.v"" tho olnrtlnn RflY "no. mother cirnlio-. . . wl could ever point ner uony linger ni our wife is a Say, Singleton, Woodrow Wilson and say you sent my boy to war and to death, &c." Democrat and it is going to take a Yes, he said, I heard so much of It I now fall hat to get her to vote right voted that way and now my good In the Superintendent's race, and we old mother Is still living and I must don't think wo ought to stand the Iamva Caiiipdnv fnr fha nrmv ratnn. expense. for I am caught In the first draft. 1 is com At last the mother-in-ladon't object to serving my country, An Dhln onnntv ... V...W .w..... ,,,,, ..l . wa ill clinulH dn Hint, llllt what I flo Mnw lnn 1ii riven nC 0..VU.U MV ... ., U1... REPUBLICAN TICKET. object to is the brand or pontics inian, caught In the draft net, claims played by these fellows who wanted exemptions on the score of support- Foj Representative to stay in office. To cap the climax ing one. L. L. EMBRY. this self same Ollie, Big Ollie, says County Judge For If Mack Cook could cook five opthat no woman Is worthy to be callMACK COOK. ed mother who objects to sacrificing ponents at the primary he should County Attorney For her boy In this war, which he said find It easy cooking to cook one at A. D. KIRK. we wouldn't have. the election. County Clerk For W. C. BLANKENSHIP. pnrn fnr Acncenr T) M Tri Vita mnrnlnfr RPvrntv-on- e Tnmnrrnw For Sheriff county boys will assemble at Stewart Is going to find that the Ohio S. A. BRATCHER. tha denot here to embark upon a Ward heelers are all lined up against For Jailer lournev the final end of which Is a him. WORTH TICHENOR. foreign field of war, and the purpose For Asses.sor It is a shame to rush the colored the restoration of the right of the D. E. WARD. nation to the highways of the earth. boys off to the cantonments just For Superintendent of Schools of the when the sweet tater and possum We share in the heart-ache- s E. S. HOWARD. fatners anu urotners ana puy uic season is coming on. For County SurveyorC. S. MOXLEY. tears of the wives and mothers of With a bushel of new corn dryin' these dear boys, but the fates have For Coroner Tint lpt lis he consoled nn hn li.irn cli nil a lnnil of cane al iloKrooil tt an DR. A. B. RILEY. that they go to a duty, the nation's ready stripped and hauled to the For Justice of tho Feaco defense, the performance of which mill and old Pied goln' to be fresli Hartford District is the highest honor known to the when the moon changes, we've got ED. SHOWN. Beaver Dam District realms of human thought. Let us pray our foot on the necks of the food SAM L. STEVENS. that the most aweful conflict that speculators, ever scourged the human race may Ccntertonn District Expecting Tinsley to come home GEO. W. ROWE. close before our own dear boys ap-- 1 RotkjKirt District proach the altar of sacrifice, but Friday, with a headache and a bad climil.l ,linv f s co OiA stnrm of ileath inelp tn lila month, , anil not feellntr Q. B. BROWN. -- ....K..... ..... . Itosine Dlstrirt and fall let us assure them that their j well pleased with the paper ourself, W. C. DAUGHERTY. names and noble deeds they've done j we skipped out for home Thursday .Sulphur Springs District 111 111111b 1n,f &IU1J1 UJ.llU ln ld.lm ICHCIO i.nfll ttila HUI. uunt wj infill W. S. DEAN. generation of loved ones left behind Fords ille District Muscar Heavrin may save a little shall pass beyond the shadowy horizB. F. RICE. gasoline but he will lose a lot of on of death. "' -Bartlett District friends by buying only a two passeni B. C. RHOADS. ger car. -- vj SAYS JAPAN'S IDEALS RUN HT " AX.,. " PARALLEL TO AMERICA'S Reports from the Ohio county cam- The reap hook and the wooden Philadelphia, Sept. 15. "Japan jpaign fronts are that the Democratic mouldboard have been stored in the museums, but the shovel and the hoe stands with the United States thru- - forces are fighting" like Russians. ae roadworking implements still con- out the struggle for liberty and free inches In A sunflower forty-eignect Ohio county with the customs dom and will rejoice with America shall again circumference and containing more of antiquity. when the Liberty Bell ring the proclamation of a righteous than three thousand seeds Is on exChairman, Ed Barrass, of the Re- peace," declared Viscount Kikujlro hibition in a window of The Repubpublican Campaign Committee, has Ishli, Ambassador Extraordinary and lican office. Editor Tinsley, with opened campaign headquarters in head of the Japanese War Mission in swolen pride, points the passerby to Perhaps in the product of his garden. the building next door to the Hart- this country, in an address y ford Herald office and respectfully In- Tn1nnnnrlpnA Hall. the legal title to the garden is in vites every Republican in the county "The force that moved this great TInsley's" name, but Ed Davidson, to visit him. bell to sound tho alarm In 1776 Is who has lived just across the street the same human force that brings the for eloven years, says he will make Business in Circuit Court is pro Ml ?n us It was and Is the affidavit that In the whole time he gressing smoothly. Judge Slack and force thai rings In the right and never saw Tinsley in the garden exSmith Attorney Commonwealth's rings out tho wrong. It seems to cept when he was digging fish halt. have disposed of most of the accum' me that there could be no more fit- Some men are mean enough to rob ulated rubbish left over by their pre- ting opportunity than this to assure their wives of a hard earned honor. decessors, and the court now has the you that Japan's ideals and hopes cleanest docket In many years. Boy Boy Defeats McIIcnry. run parallel to America's." The Rob Roy base ball team deliberty 8 shrine Tho ceremonies at Claude Blankonshlp has been on beginning of a whilwlnd feated McIIcnry Saturday afternoon, several days, and marked tho tho sick list for 15th at the Rob Roy reception to tho mission September o although ho has sent the Governor tour and games which lasted until midnight, when ground in one of the best a certificate from three physicians Newport, jer played In tho county, final score party departed for that he is unable to perform his du- Members of the local Japanese asso- - j 1 to 0. The feature of tho game member of the exemption ties as a organizations ox-- 1 was the brilliant support each team elation and other up as fol- board, Gov. Stanley has &o far detended a welcome to tho mission at 'gave their pitcher. Line clined to release him o, ti.n Mnmifa.turers' lows:- Rob Roy Tompson Taylor, i -.. m.. ' u rctuiinuii ... . .. .. . WltHnmn. B. R Hob Wll- - KntrJ J. H. Thomas.) 9 Friday, September 28 Will Be Given Over to Our Special Display of FALL MILLINERY Ladies' Coat Suits, Cloaks, Dresses, Skirts, Waists, Shoes, Dress Goods, Silks And everything else ... r the comfort and well appearing of men, women and children. that is dependable, stylish and necessary for step-childr- 6 I o BLAKEMORE'S ORCHESTRA A .. w Souvenir will be given to every family having a representative present. S1 . ZvL TAKE A DAY OFF Feast your eyes upon our new fall and winter creations and allow the strains of sweet music to banish all feelings of care and responsibility that you may be free in body and mind to spend a day of real pleasure and recreation. Everybody is invited and everybody is expected to be present. I . E.P.BARNES BEAVER DAM, KY. manager, and Paul Vogel, treasurer They will bo tried for conspiracy to print false reports In violation of the espionage law. There were nine additional counts In an indictment of Werner and Dar-koon the charge of treason. It Is stated that the Government will vigorously push the cases against the men and that they will bo brought for trial In a short time. They are all at liberty on $10,000 ball each. Secret service men translators and Government attorneys are still busi ly engaged In examining tho great mass of printed matter and manu script seized when tho newspaper office was raided last Monday. Two wagon loads ot papers were taken, and though some of tho most expert translators In this city and are working day and Washington night iU.9. task 1b necessarily difficult -- C ' and slow. i' w . BRO. I j ( .- 1.1-- 4 ht to-da- 4 SKCOKI) KENTUCKY GIVES SILVER CUP BY CITIZENS ev-th- Lexington, Ky., Sept. IS. Col. George Smith, of Beattyvllle, head of tho 2d Kentucky Regiment, and his men were presented with a hand some silver cup by citizens of Cen tral Kentucky for tho courtesies re at ceived at tho soldiers' hands Tho presentation Camp Stanley. speech was made by General Manager S. H. Daily, of tho Traction Company. jrriTiss's&tKtw ... definite rules governing the action ed municipal Hoto . of tho district hoard in the matter Speaking at tno luncncon tistuum but after of granting exemptions, S. Mor- tarcfully interviewing members of Ishii paid trihuto to Roland Guthrie, r'i Kiirressor to George W. .neioca board and attorneys here we " "A r,can Ambassador to Japan. ure unable to do J0 Men with Je- - late . es erfie L 3b. J l Sen Sen"' ,a x ! STca- - V 1 lot nve been re use t ex-- ! to.. jiiht what fu.Hs detarmlno these ters wo uro unable to learn. record oi vnriuaii v..... Mantle, In Belgium or In Franco can show." "Wo aro wide awako now to the Tho annual meet of tho Ohio Coun-- i ty Fair is scheduled to take place aBor and In this, as In other field com- next week, beginning with tho 20th 0f active warfare against our stand ,on enemy, wo will in future expe- find continuing until Saturday-f- our days. The management, we aro glad closer together because of tho "Na- to note, has enlarged the list of ex- - rlenco of tho past," he said. to tho tlonal unity Is always paramount and as well us added up- of tho premiums. This Is international amity Is dependent agricultural unity well conceived. Amer- that especially true along na- lines and tho premiums offered for Ca and Japan; each as a united Itema tlon, can aid the other and together .xhlbitions of stock and other btimulato the best display ot can help ourselves and our neighbors things." fccn hero In u long time, to better and happier mat- - "1 lb.; Davo Brown, r. f.; Espey, 1. f.; B. Rogers, c. f.; II. James, a; Hayward Pirtle, s. s.; 21) . ay ockCTt 3b.. of a vicious cm- - will Maddox. p. Tin,, of game one as ur. Umpires. Bert Dav s and J. of slander and intrigue. uruuie; iii Band ef "" L. Render, trt. .... Clal . mention. 'M KiVK GI.HMAN MKNAHL iMHlikU " Philadelphia, Sept. 15- .- Tho (Wo in0n arrested In connection with tho raid by the Government m. the Tage-lilblhlatt, a German language dally paper published In this city, woro ,(iay Indicted by tho federal grand jry. Tho men are Peter Schaefer, president; Louis Werner, chief; Dr. Martin Darkow. inano.-ablb- lt ing editor; Herman Lemke, business u, news-amount edltor-ln-Khould Klirovo Accidents. Mrs. Percy Shrevo met with a very Charles F. Lelsuro, Hartford, It. serious and painful accident SaturTraellnK Mnn Killed. t I'ena ' C.raham, Woodbton, traveling salosman day. While attempting to mount a R. T. Klrby, a horso tho saddle girt broke and she for tho Gulf Refining Oil Company, Kans. ' Vernon Durham, Equality, to EIlu pitched headlong over tho horso and was killed In nn automobllo accident crushing it sevorc- - on tho plko about two miles out ot Whitehead, Centortown. broke her ankle, Ira Koown, Renfrew, to Orpha Lolchfleld Friday afternoon. Mr. A llttlo girl of Mr. Brinton Grant s Klrby and McKlnley Proctor were .Evans, Renfrow. Crumpton, WUllo HarUord, to fell out of a buggy, breaking her arm occupants of tho machine, which Just below tho wrist. striking a rough placo In tho road, Maggie Bell Hamlett, Hartford, turned over Dinning tho occupants of! F. P. Alford, White Run, to Dolllo I'OU SALE. tho car under It and killing Mr. Klr- Embry, Wlilto Run. To tho highest bidder, on easy by. Proctor was not seriously Inorm. tho W. T. Austin Kchldfiiro jured. HERVII'E ProK.rty and ono business lot on AT MT. PLEASANT CHURCH Main streot, in Beaver Dam, October Dcath.s at Dundee. Home-comin- g 1, 1017, 1 P. in. services wuro hold Miss Jonnlo McDowell died Sun E. 0. AUSTIN. iOM. day after a long Illness of somo tr ' by tho Mt. Pleasant Baptist church.. Ilni. rnmnttia Fordsvlllo. Oil last SllllllaV. bio affecting her head XotJco of Dissolution of Tho Hartford wero Interred Monday In tho family ' Hov. Iloworlon, of Central City,, Tobacco Warehouse Co. gravo yard on tho McDowell farm delivered an excellent srinon In tho Notlco is horoby given that tho four miles cast of Hartford. Funeral .forenoon on tho subject "Roll Call." ComHartford Tobacco Warehouso wero conducted by tho pas - Dinner was served upon tho grounds pany, Incorporated, Is closing up its sorvlces tor of tho Central City Christian which added to the enjoyment of tho business. occasion. Tho ufternoon, was spent Church. This September 18th, 1917. Mrs. Margaret Moseley, wlfo of in listening to many good talks by J. R. WELLER President. It. Moseley, died Tuesday of In- - those who had been members of tho Attest: W. S. TINSLEY, Secre- John 111- church. 12t4 flaniatiou of the bowels after an tary and Treasurer. HOME-COMING J J MILTON WINS ONE ncsB of only a few dars Funeral HUNDRED MILE RACE services were conducted In Hvf llalley, after which her remains uero burying Providence, R I , Sept in Thos. Interred In the Adaburg Milton proved the stellar performer grounds. Mrs Moseley was about seventy years of age. in tho automobllo races at the Park speedway today. Milrace in 1 hour $10,000 POSTED FOR MAN ton won the 100-miWHO TAKES FIRST TEUTON nnd 24 minutes, 42 seconds, and the in 19 minutes and 4G sec- Flint, Mich., September IC. Ten ends. Ho also got third In the thousand dollars, to be paid tho first' mile race. Vail was a scant enlisted American man who capture: In the twenty yards behind Milton when the n German soldier, has been sent to latter crossed the tape. Hearu was John K. Saguo, appraiser of the port of New York, by George II. Malnes, third. Vail and Chevrolet followed Milton of Flint. Malnes' offer Is a reply to when the lattor crossed tho tape. the KuIser'H offer of 300 marks to the first German capturing an AmerII earn was third. Vail and Chovrolet followed Mil- ican soldier. ton across at tho finish of tho IIALD KNOII. race, and Mulford, Chovrolet Sept. 19. Mr. and Mrs. ,lex Daand Milton was the order of tho finvis, of Taylor Mines, spent Sunday ish In the event, Mulford and with Mr. H mi lie n Davis. In the 100-mlMr. Arthur Leach, of the U. S. Vail took the lead up to the twenty-sixt- h mile, when Mulford's rear axlo army Is IsIUiik his grandparents, broke, putting him out of the money. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Leach. Mr. and Mrs. Elda Her, of Gd, Vail kept tho lead up to tho last turn finish of tho 100 miles. Mil- - La aro visiting their parents and at the ton had been crecnliiK up. but at tho friends nt Mt. Pleasant. vand little daugh-on- o ninety-olght- h mllo Vail led him byl Mr- - ll- - Dorrls, of Beaver Dam. havo mllo. Cutting down this lcnd.tc'r i mis piace. tho two cars ran abreast down the "V" Tho farmers In tills neighborhood finish, and Milton's burst of speed mado him a wlnnor by a scant mar- are very busy housing their tobacco of which thero is a very largo crop. gin. We aro needing rain very badly in Barney Oldficld, who was ono of this part of tho country. tho contestants, drove a slow race, nnd when ho dropped out In tho ninety-eight- h mile, ho was hopeless- - 'MARRIAGE LICENSE ISSUED KICK olJ AT REPORT ly behind tho leaders. THOMAS Nar-ragensle 25-mI- lo G400-mlle, 25-ml- lo le , 'I. '" t Millinery y Op ening uI ? u. PrnanoMa wrtrn nnvpr hrlphfrr tnr Mr. Joe C. Dennett and Mrs. Benthe biggest Fair ever held In Ohio nett, after spending about ten weeks county. with their son nnd daughter, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Overhults, of Cedar-edgCol arrived home last MonActon Hros., the Clay street merchants, hnvo completed an addition day. to their wareroom. Mr. Win. A. Hlmes and famlly.who Miss Wlllye Smith, of Owensboro, had been In Detroit, Mich., during official reporter for tho Ohio Circuit tho past five months, returned here Sunday night. Will and the boys Court, Is here this week. say there Is no place on earth like Mr. and Mrs. M, h, Heavrin motor- god old Hartford, ed over, to Owensboro Sunday where Running, trotting and pacing they spent the day with relatives. races, continuous show rings of fine Mr. and Mrs. Hoy F. Keown, at- animals nrc some of the attractions services at offered by the Ohio County Fair Co., tended the Homo-comin- g Mt. IMcasaut Daptlst Church, last at their 32d annual meet at Hart1917. ford, Sept. Sunday. e, 2C-2- 9, 4 - CARSON Incorporated 6 CO. This store extends to the Ladies and Misses of this community an invitation to" call and see our Coat Suits and Coats. '!' to you a cordial invitation to be present at our Fall Millinery Open- We extend ing, Saturday, Sept. 22nd. Our showing will consist of the latest creations in women's fall wear. New' Silks, New Woolens, Coat Suits, Cloaks, Waists, Hosiery, Shoes, etc. ! Our time is yours. We want to make the entire day a pleasant one for you. Come see the new things whether you care to purchase or not. Get the new fall styles, and remember that it pays to trade with your home merchant. SinnTho Ohio County South-sid- e If you were me and I were you e ing Convention will be held at and In this world we were but two on the fifth Sunday In tho presI wouldn't miss the Fair for a ent month. Everybody come and $1,000. bring something to cat, as it Is to y meeting. Ilov. Birch Shields Is assisting be an Her. Dennis Walker In a protracted Cecil, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. meeting In Breckonrldgc county.near Henry Carter, of Narrows, is eleven Hardlnsburg. years old and weighs 14G pounds. Mrs. T. C. Stratton, of Cromwell, The child Is unusually bright, healthy who 1ms been ill for several weeks, and active, and is in every way norhad a relapse Sunday and her condi- mal except for her unusual size. tion Is serious. We were In error in reporting last You own your family a few days week that Chester Keown was In In a letter just received recreation and entertainment. Bring France. tho boys and girls to tho Fair bring by his father, Mr. Cal P. Keown Chester Bald he was doing the whole family. in London, Including the King's Big crops and high prices Insures bungalow, Buckingham palace. prosperity to our farmers. Come to the Fair and be happy and help to Men Wanted To work in steel make others so. Good chance to learn var foundry. ious trades. Good pay and advance Mr. I. S. Mason, supervising agent ment. Premiums paid for full week in good for an insurance company with head- and overtime. Situated quarters in Louisville, is spending town. NATIONAL CAR COUPLER COMPANY, Attica, Indiana. Ilt5 tho week In town. Ito-tlnall-dathe-slgh- ts 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. : Prices on Coat Suits. $12.50 to $30 . js i nn tu yzz) dailies iuais, $t.uu i i t-- ri- . I children, Mr. Dick Taylor and For best' vocal music by any choir in Ohio county, excepting Hartford, Ruby and Wilmuth; Mrs. Jennie and Mamie Austin, of Beaver special premiums will be awarded Dam; Mr. and Mrs. Coffee Taylor, of third day of Fair. Birmingham, Ala., were the guests home-comin- ! Tay-lo- V The materials Serge, Poplin, Gaberdine, Plain and Novelty Worsteds, Smart Miltures. The Colors Navy Brown, Green, Burgundy, Wine also Black. The Sizes All Sizes for Misses from 14 upward, and for women up to 44. J&&a Hartford Republican. FRIDAY iBUS-Wngo- ot Attorney Ernest Woodward, attending Circuit is Henderson, Court liere. Of SEITOIHEU ill 2C-2- 9, courts you are going to the. Sep. It. R. TIME TABLE. Ohio County Fair at Hartford, L., II. A ST. I. 1917. No. 113 duo at Ellmltch 8:32 p. m. No. 110 due at Ellmltch 7:30 a.m. Mr. A. R. Renfrow and family moNo. 112 Lv. Ellmltch ... 3:40 p. m. Monday on ... 5:35 p. m. tored over to Owensboro Ar. Irvlngton a chopping tour.. Lv. Irvlngton ... G:56 p.m. Ar. Louisville . 7:40 p. m. Special premium awarded to mdst Lv. Louisville ... 8:35 a. m. perfect baby under one year old, secRo. a. m Ar. Irvlngton ...10:OC ond day of Fair. Lv. Irvlngton ...10:40 a. in, p. m, 1:04 Ar. Ellmltch Free Band Concerts by an A- -l M., II. & E. It. It. TIME TABLE. brass hand, at the Ohio County Fair, Bouth Bound, No. 116 aaiv. 8:46 a, m. Sept. Due at Hartford North Bound, No. 114 Mrs. Geo. W. Leeds, of North Ver6:65 p m. Due at Hartford non, Ind is visiting her parents, Mr. (Both "Mixed Trains.) and Mrs. S. F. Riley. Sheriff and Mrs. S. O. Keown, at- - of Mrs. Charlotte Taylor and Miss g services at; Mamie Bennett, here, last Saturday, tonded the Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church, near For Sale Fire Brick 3c each, and Fordsville, last Sunday. Iron the following used material: Tom Black, Ernest Blrkhead and Pipe from 1 inch to C inch, Shafting, Leo Slnimcrman are directing the Bearings, Pulleys, Belting, Pipe Fit- It tings, Saw Mill Carriage Receedlng Ohio County Fair this fall, Springs and a lot of other saw mill means there will bo a fair. fittings. JOHN T. JACKSON, Rockport, Ky. Wngons Wagons! The COLUM- - 12tf Is the. best. Just receiv counRoy. C. Bennett, an ed a car load. Come to see me. ty boy, who has been connected with LUTHER CHINN. the Evening Journal, Gadsen, Ala., Beaver Dam, Ky. for some time, has accepted the poMrs. C. M. Heavrin and son, Mar-Io- sition of Editor of tho Daily State, and Miss Ruth Smith, of Owens- of New Orleans. Roy has many boro, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. friends here and elsewhere, who will bo pleased to learn of his rapid ad M. L. Heavrin Tuesday nnd Wednesvancement in Journalism. day. ' I io n, Carson X & 2TCCXtI'C3X.A.,,333 Co. Hartford, m"" Ky, WHOLESALE PRICES -- ON- Ill ... A Personal News and" Social Euents. See Eck Rial for Kindling Wood. I Hello, Lizzie! Meet mo at the Fair. Buy your Rooting Paint from Ac- 1 O 1ton Bros. ( Seo Hartford Will Plabter and Cement. Co., lor Lime, fiood Patent Flour for $12.00 per 1212 barrel at Acton Bros. O. W. Duff, of Trisler, on business last Monday. was here Excellent'' music, lino hones and pretty girls, at the Fair. Wanted and calf. U. S. CARSON. To trade horbO for cow 914 Dr. A. D. Park, of Rockport, paid us u pleasant visit yesterday. of Fordsvlllo, on business Tuesday. was hero J. H. Wcstcrfield, Senator Albert Leach, of Beaver Dam, was In to see us Thursday. event ot tho year tho Fair, You can't afford to miss it. The big WANTED fhides, wool, D. Ctf All kinds of Junk, feathers and roots. L..D. SANDEFUR, Beaver Dam, Ky. The Star Theatre requests us to announce that the drafted men.who are called to leave here are invited and expected to be the at its guests of the management show this evening. Those gaining Mrs. C. M. Heavrin and son, Mar- free admission to be accompanied or ion and Miss Mary Ruth Smith, of vouched for by one of the members Owensboro, were the guests of Mr. ot the local exemption board. and Mrs. M. L. Heavrin the first of Mr. W. G. Bennett, of Hartford. t)l0 weo( and sisters, Mrs. Martha Ward, of Marvin Baird, manager of the A. Beda, andMrs. Mary Smith, of GrayC. A. branch house, in Boonvllle, son county, visited their brother, Mr, Mr. Baird George W. Bennett, at Drakeshoro, Ind., was here recently. first of tho week. The Is very much pleased with his work K.. tho n youngest ot this family is in tho Iloosler State. T. H. Black, R. B. Martin and Rayyears old and this was the first remond Phillips attended the Morgan-tow- n See Fordsville Planing Mill Com- union of the family In thirty years. fair last week. pany's advertisement of Wire and 215 acres superior For Halo Nails in this issue. They can savo Judge John P. Haswoll, of Louis- -' m. mon-;v-. SGml ti,em y0Ur order Green river bottom land, some hill, villc, was in attendance at Circuit NOW. will divide to suit purchaser, lVi Court here Thursday, miles from Rockport, 1 mile from The Ohio County Fair Company Is Echols, excellent corn and hay land, For best quality of Rugs and Mat- -. iUfIclliiK an additional lino of stalls adjoining acres producing this -- year tings at lowest prices call on Acton ,0 accon,ra0(iato the unusually largo from 50 to CO bushels corn per acre, 12t2' number of demands for quarters for rrlco $20.00 per aero, Bros., Hartford, Ky. d cash, balance 1, 2 and 3 years. stock. A new schoolhouse is being built JOHN T. JACKSON, In tho Victory district about four ' Prettiest grounds, Rockport, Ky. fnstest track 12tt miles cast of Hartford. is and most commodious buildings sewing maWANTED Expert tho boast of tho Ohio County Fair Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Flener, Crom- Co. Tho Fair this year will bo held chine girls to do plain sewing. Prewell, are visiting their daughter.Mrs. Sept. 1917. fer them to have knowledge of powR. B. Martin, this week. er machine, however, we have expeA lot ot stock from out ot the rienced and patient Instructors to them. No labor troubles. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Carter and county Is here for the big fair next teacli daughtor, Cecil, of Narrows, were week. Prospects were never bright- Pleasant surroundings. Want only in Owensboro Wednesday. er for ouo of tho most successful those of good mornl character. Good wages. Address THE F. A. AMES meets of tho Ohio County Fair. Incorporated, Owens COMPANY, Darling, I am growing old. Come 12tl to tho Fair and bo young again. A Remember tho Furnituro dealers boro. Ky. good tonic for old aud young. whon in need of a good pleco of Mr. James 'yV. Cox, an eighty-yeaFurniture for wo hnvo the old citizen, of near Heaver Dam, and Miss Dena Rial of South Nocreok, goods at tho lowest woll known over the county, was in ACTON BROS. recently left for Bowling Green, prices. town Monday. Mr. Cox is vigorous Hartford, Ky. where sho entered tho Normal. 12t2 in mind and body but has an af from the fection, apparently cancerous, of tho Mr. W. S. Colo, of Horse llranch, For SiiIp Just received Generator, prov- nose, which ho phllosophicly say an old veteran of tho war of the six- makers n 250-liging too largo for tho purpose desir- cannot much shorten his days. Mr. ties, was in town Wednesday. ed, will bo sold at a very great bar- Cox married, about two years ago, a widow whoso husband had died JOHN T. JACKSON, Tho Fiscal Court met, in special gain. Hockport, Ky. the sa mo day and about tho same session, yestcrduy to pass on some 12tf hour of Mr. Cox's wifo death and urgent claims against tho county. Mr. Chas. F. Evans, of Lexington, his son, Hov. Thomas Cox. otllclated Christian at his father's nuptial coremonles. Field Secretary FOUIt DIG DAYS Septi 1917 at the Ohio County Fair. Endeavor Extension Committee, will Mr. J. 11. Westerlleld, the tobac Come and bring the family. Enjoy deliver a lecturo nt tho Christian the music, tho good racing and take Church on Wednosday, tho 2Cth, nt conist of Fordsville, who has lately a look at tho products of Ohio coun- - 7; 30 p. m. All who can possible do purchased the warehouse of the Hartford Tobacco Warehouse Co., E&ure urgod to attend. ty farmers, Mr. ami Mrs. Eck Hudson and little children of Steubenvillo, ' Ohio, are visiting relatives here. They will remain until the ,Iast of the month. ju-zy, slxty-sev-eone-thir20-29, to rrock-bottom 20-2- 9, All-Sou- Wire and Nails We have just received a carload of Woven Wire Fencing, Barbed Wire and Nails, and are prepared to make you attractice prices. We. quote you our special prices as follows, f. o. b. Fordsville, Ky.: BARBED WIRE. Light Light Heavy Heavy Cattle, Hog, Cattle, Hog, SMOOTH 3.00 4.09 4.67 r per per per per spool spool spool spooj of SO rod3 of 80 rods of 80 rods of 80 rods FENCE WIRE (In , 100-l- b. Bundles.) 10J?$4.95 11 5.00 10 4.25 11(a) 4.S0 Galvanized Galvanized, Annealed, Annealed, . .' No. No. No. No. per per per per bundle bundle bundle bundle NAILS, (Full Keg Prices:) 20D, .10D, 40D and COD, Common 10D Common... ?4.15 per keg. 8 D Common... 4.20 per keg. G D Common... 4.30 per keg.' 6 D Casing 4.45 per keg. 8 D 10 D 3D Casing... Casing... Fine 3'ziD Shingle.. $4.10 4.35 4.25 4.60 5.50 per per per per per keg keg keir keg keg SEND US YOUR ORDER TODAY. DO NOT DELAY. We will furnish you our special brand of Pure Lead and Oil House Paint$2.4G per galfon. Freight paid to your Raihoad Station. We can make piompt shipments. Fordsville Planing Mill Co. Incorporated JAKE WILSON, Mgr. FORDSVILLE, KY one from Orvill Tichenor, hurley, for $15.00, and one from Win. Lake, dark tobacco, for $12.00 from the ground up. Mr. Westerfleld offered Golden Shown $10.00, round price, for his entire crop, but Mr. Shown refused tho offer. ii 4 Seeds Furiii Soels. Ityo, timothy, red top, crimson, rod, alslko and sweet clover seed for sowing. Prices right. W. E. ELLIS & IlltO. 3t4 Rev. Napier Has Farewell, ltev. U. W. Napier, the most and beloved pastor of tho Hartford M. B. Church, South, during the past four years, preached his last sermon hero on last Suuday at 11 and who will handle tobacco here o'clock, a. m. Rev. Napier, under this season, purchased three crops of the rules governing in the church, tho weod while hero Tuesday. Ono can't remalu here longer, but must from John Phlpps, hurley, $15.00; bo moved to some other point. His four years has boon productive of much good. During that period tho handsome new church has been erected and no ono has labored more untiringly for tho success of the congregation and community in general, than Pastor Napier. We extend congratulations to those-- who are co fortunato as to huvo Hov. Napier In their midst In the future, both as a pastor and citizen. for sale registered roar. Pride's Handsome- 230743, aged 10 mouths, bred in Pennsylvania, of tho noted Prldo family of Derkslllres, having served purposo for which purchased Is offered at $:ift. JOHN T. JACKSON, Ilockport, Ky. etll-cle- nt , " " H ' iijk, J m U i 7,r"JZZJM.it.' uiii7S'TJw " German fronts In Flanders nnd be foro Verdun were shown, n mob of Feveral thousand shouting men nnd Amsterdam, Sept. 15. Tho coal boys assembled before the theater famine Is Increasing from week to nnd began to smash tho windows of Law Attorney Germany Although a tho building. A pollco detachment stances nnd acids they supply and for week thruout Caro of Seed Corn. l largo number of miners have been that attempted to clear the streets HARTFORD, KY. m Tho same day that seed corn Is giving buik to iur uitt. brought back from tho front and was quickly put to flight. Will practice his infalon In UiU gathered from standing stalks ns course, supply valuable mlnoral cm- The most serious disorder began S l 'and adjoining eoiintloH. ComnmrclsJ ..JXzr useful In the building up, thousnnds of wnr prisoners are they grow In the field tho husked and Criminal Practlc n SH'liUty. body, ployed in the pits, even tho nmmunl- - when the Germans commenced to ears should ho put In a dry place repair, ant regulation of the .tion faotorlei can not get sufficient lc.no the theater shortly before mitl- I of but they have won their great place where thero Is a free circulation fuel. night. A shower of bricks and cobnlr, and so placed that tho ears do In the diet of a large part of the The use of electric power and gas blestones greeted them nnd water world because they .supply starch not touch one another. I has been reduced twenty per cent was poured on them from tho neigh IF In a city where good tiotcli This Is the only safe way, accord which otherwise would hare to be everywhere, but this measure falls boring buildings. bound, (he Powhatan heida th The mob yelled, lb in. ing to the United States Department obtained from cereals. to bring rellqj. Many cities havo "Kill tho dirty Bodies!" wlillo n Brend. It It first in the beiru.cf iti r More I'otatocw, ! b Ky. of Agriculture, which says that much been compelled to prohibit heating band from a nearby concert hall F countrymen, The more potatoes you eat the less good seed has been ruined because with gas, and largo numbers of played tho "Marseillaise." Highway and it was thought to bo dry enough bread you need at the same meal. towns had to shut down their lightGendarmes using their sabres fgathered. Many farmers think Potatoes, of course, contain a larg- ing plants. Tho when Design. manufacturers of inally cleared a path for the Gerthat their autumns arc so dry that er percentage of water than dofs war materials have warned the Gov- mans, many of whom were hurt, nnd these precautions are not necessary, bread, so that weight for weight ernment that they will not be able enabled them to escape but no aryet there Is no locality where the they are not equivalent to bread ns to till their contracts if the present 1 : rests were made. Utter the mob atstfS1 As corn will not be bettered by a thor- a source of starch and energy. conditions continue. tempted to storm n German restauIs a general proposition, nowerer, one ough drying treatment. If corn In the Southern States the fuel rant, nnd at 2 o'clock about a thou potato (6 ounces) The Towhatan n refined, e left In tho husk It may sprout or medium-size- d Is not quite as bnd as in sand n cluiive, and restful. boys nttacked the Iti excel would supply about as much starch situation lent location on Tcnnivlvania mlldew during warm wet weather, - German Prussia, because Bavaria, Wurttcmsmashing consulate, the medium-sizeAvenue, I8ih ami It Mrreti, slices of bread and It is more likely to become in- ns two makes it a ilcstialdc headquarUKAVKR DAM, KY. (about 2 ounces. Five parts of po- berg and Baden, with their Immense doors nnd breaking every window of ters lor bridal, coupler, tourist fested with weevils. I patties, contentions. Schools and part of cereal forests, have plenty of wood nnd use the building. tato are equal to one Ioor Storage Impairs Vitality. tullegei. , more peat than coal In time of peace. Office James Tiylor's Livery Barn. The Powhatan attracts .the The vitality of seed may be re- In a mixed diet. Therefore, those During the spring and Summer more people of culture ami education. potatoes an important THE LADIES' HOME JOURNAL, duced by leaving It in a 6ack or In a who make Its proximity to Slate, War and than 2,000,000 Russian war prisonNavy Departments, also to man EVENING POST pile for even a day after It has been dish safely can cut down the amount ers have been employed In tho peat THE SATURDAY ( points historical interest, bread, wheat mushand THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN During warm fall days, of light or hot gathered. makes this hotel especially at bogs. tractive to a discriminating pubthey eat at that wish to secure the spare time of a in the cobs and es, or macaroni with some moisturo lic The Government promises a con- kernels, the ears heat or mildew In a meal, and yet supply their bodies slderable increase of the coal pro-- , mnn nr wnmnn In nrf ns. lnrnl rinrn. The Powhatan offers toomt . , with detached bath at $1.50, food starch. with this Important uuu vicinity, ouiiiuutv iu remarkably short time. 12.00 and up. Kcoms with priduction in the near future, but ns looking nftcr Jiuiuuru the renewnls of their rwa.y i.Ualnd In I S vate bath, IJ.SO. JJ.C0 and up. u4 The best and cheapest treatment Wherever potatoes are locally plenthe transportation facilities can hard- many subscriptions In allruunln.a, oruo Iwk WtMa.ii PATCNT8 1 "WJrite for bbc'.Iet Mills imp, this section, Immediately after the ears are gath- tiful or relatively cheap, especially In ly be Improved no real relief Is exTHAT rAV'li"U.'ntl"nmLjj, uourl I tprnM1, sou utip juu lo vuorfM. CLIFFORD I! LEWIS. ered and husked Is to tie the ears the case of the early or summer crop pected, and the population of Prus- and Introducing these publications Send marl. tAoUxir fcaeUh tor f ncC rtrt I M..i;rr to new readers. Payment will be on tintMIItj. which does not store well, housen ;mii' prsiir. giin. singly on binder twine at about sia and the smaller northern States PASSING RtrcrCNCCB. for frw UuUa made In salary and commission. Intervals, tho twine being loop- wives are urged to use them plenti- shudders at the thougnt of IK on 1'ronutila rat.nta v1l to -- Jfci the ap- vious experience Is desirable but not B03-B0- B tnrtHJi nmnnni Sovonth Strnnt, the middle of the ears so fully at all meals as a substitute for proaching winter. ed about wvHaniwuTon. c. c. essential. For details address, with that they hang balanced and hori- wheat. In Frankfort twelve school houses ;r X ITtVi t references, Box 654. THE CURTIS H zontal. Ordinary binder twine is have been closed to save coal. Store Winter Supplle. PUBLISHING COMPANY, Independ- support from 15 strong enough to two A family of five, Including jence Square, Philadelphia. 17tJ to 20 ears, THI For Your Child's Cough. nvo nro riKvinor in tin? inner adults and three children under 12 wir SEWItNQ syrup that Here's a pleasant cough ordinary living MACMiNg run and more convenient. A good ears of age, under every child likes to take, Dr. Bell's OF form is made from welded or woven ' conditions, should have stored for your child has If FOR FLETCHER'S WILL YOU QUALITY.) wire fencing, the upright wires being each month of the winter season the a deep hacking cough that worries 1 bushel i . TAKE used as tho hangers, and the lateral following food supplies: you give him Dr. Bell's Irish potatoes; U bushel of other wires cut off and bent upward be-o- f the soothing pine balsams revegetables such as carrots, tur-tiIng used as supports for the individ-jroNOT Beginning Karly. lieve the cough, loosens the phlegm SOLD ears. The lateral wires, about nips, and parsnips; 25 quart cans of and heal the irritated tissues. Get a "Dad," said the little maid of 12 U N,D E R 3 inches long on either side of the other vegetables; and 20 quarts of bottle y A Truhnnf at your druggist and summers, "every morning when I am ANY These main upright, are thrust into the! canned fruit and preserves. 3 going to school the boys catch hold start treatment at once. 25c. OTHER for WEAK kkHiL butt end of the cobb. These racks figures are based on estimates by thed of me and kiss me." NAME. mI S TJ LUN6S or HH HHB will last many years and are easily United States Department of sw SS BRKAK UP "Well. Ethel." replied dad, when not in use. In use.wlth culture, which adds that most of this over his newspaper, "why don't CONSUMPTION WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. come from the perishable the corn upon them, they have somp-- j should ou run away from them?" If you purchase tlip NKMT 110MK you will appearance of giant feyi products of the many home gardens what the Geneva, Sept. 15 A "kino jar i Ethel fidgeted and catst her eyes have a lift nxc nt the price you jay, unit will A quick rrllcl for that tlirJ. rundown frcllnc. fronds. The central wire is the mid-- 1 of this year. not Uavcnn emtio chain of retulre. ty, ' arranged by the German Socip- - down on the carpet. I coucbi, paint la chrit. nitht trat(. Iicmor With these figures as a basis. it lib of the leaf, and the ears of corn ty of Geneva has led to new serious ycik n "I did one morning.'' she fhai. yo itlunc or coniumptloo. II It don I Btand out on each side like the fern 'is tnougnt mat almost any lamuj Ihtlp caila yea nolkiif. ft Quality riots. During the per- - mgly said, "and they they didn't tafc-trleaflets, or like leaflets on a locust may calculate its requirements, Lock oox 010 formance, at which films from the chase me.'Chicago Herald. jlng into consideration the length rjf ConiidaesJ OHIO MEDICAL GO. COLUMRlin r racks, in which the the winter season in any given local-car- s Wooden seed kb the are stored in rows on separate Uy. Thus, in the South, where food Cheapest ps may be grown In the fall, the shelves, aro convenient dryers, and in die end a dry, breezy winter allowance may be less than have no drawbacks-iJLjMrJSSSSV place, although the air can not circu- -' for the far North, where one must In Kinf ' "li iaie freely on all sides and damp- - count on supplies for several months If you want a ncwIng machine, wrlto fur yv riess may bo held where the row of longer. oar latest rata (ojrue In foro you (lurchuM. There is still time, says the de- ) rTYT; & kernels rests on the wood. -- AVfcMAaLlC The New Home Sera Machine Co., Orange, Mai damp partment for a final drive in canning, Only during unusually time will preserving, and drying. In using weather at a fire be necessary to help the dry- -' lried Vegetables, It may be assum- Six Yean .Afo, Thaidng She Might Die, Says Texas Lady, But Now ing. Yet If heat is applied In a ed that a given quantity of dried She Is a Well, Strong Woman and Praises Cardoi For poorly ventilated place, it will do vegetables is equal to four times its canned vegetables; that is. more harm than good. If used, the &"' Her Recovery. h of a quart of dry string fire should be slow and beans when soaked over night is ucd. It should be below tho ears Roye City, Tex. Mrs. Mary plenty of good ventilation above Proximately equal to one quart can-- ( the better. That was nix years apo ned. .t them of this place, says; "After the and I am still here and am a well, ' Plow early in the fall and then strong woman, and I owe my life to disk ground thoroughly where corn birth of my little girl... ray side To Seed. Wanti! Information Ai ILLUSTRATIONS 300 ARTICLES-30- 0 Cardui. I had only taken half tho Is to be planted next year, in order to hurt me. I had to go tack in1 Informed of the World' Prop-es-s The fact that In some sections to combat the corn bottle when I began to feel better, there is a shortage of good seed Father and San and Alt ihM lmiiv i s..i.1 to bed. We called the doctor. He tnnllrtM!a,M..,..luu ,nlcnnaV... rhe misery in my side got less... I 'n.... ,.T nomcu1 while in others there is a surplus .. iu.. .viiin i.i... Vw .iiniE(inv in tDoa.andaor Sod land to be used for corn next treated me... but I got no better. I continued right on taking the bomrathmagliuutthnworhL Oartorrbin possible for th Commitmakes It Cardui J'urnj.ioa year should be plowed Immediately a. lor thioKa Jenti are ran. untl; .nit. watch ew and Intm.llm and It la 1 1. 1. got worse and worse until the misery until I had taken three bottles and I JI .J tee on Seed Stocks of the United haying and cultivated deeply Written So You Can Understand It States Department of Agriculture to nfter fhe lh.pN.lM O.partmant CIO lu.a.1 rani.l.J the rest of the summer to reduce the was unbearable... I was In bed for did not need any more for I was well l ractlral Uinta fnr HLop Worn and GUARANTEED SERVICE .tj jor thJ help in the distribution of these surand never felt better In ray IWe... I number of wlreworms. ,or ,ho" three months and suffered such af ony One hundred per cent wishes, r.7If.'itr ffi"""'c? (L7 pluses. The committee (irUwhollkiomkPthtnrsirll.howtoniaktitir have never had any trouble from that value. Special work for W. therefore, to locate all available Lov Jewrlrr. Ii.1 t'urnlturo. etc. Cont.li,. Iu Vatch crops constantly so as to that I was Just drawn up in a knot... day to this." iruct lima for thaMochaalc.CamperandHiioruuian O. W. titocks of good seed of agricultural inject pests. i,tLTtRYtA IWMMtw ar smoic copies, ii. I told my husband if he would get W. F. STEVENS. wops, especially wheat, oats, rye, discover and combat Do you suffer from headache, backWHt I..M Ife. " Sampla cap will ba a.nt on ihumL me a bottle of Cardul I would tr- It. .. ache, pains in R. P. D. 7. Hartford, Ky. crimson clover (In the hull or hullPOPULAR MECHANICS MAGAZINE sides, or other discomMuscle Soiencs'i Itelieverl. w n, mnragaii MVinUt, tniWAbO Representing Continental ed), and hairy vetch. The commitUnusual work, bending and lifting I commenced taking it, however, that forts, each month? Or do you feel tee will be glad If anyone, farmer Marble & Granlto Co. or strenuous exercise is a strain on evening I called my family about weak, nervous and fagged-outIf bo, or dealer, will send information In they become sore and me... for I !;new I could not last give Cardui, the woman's tonic, a regard to tho quantities and prices the muscles, EHgasrT,7.T:ff itxm still, you are crippled and in pain. many days unless I had a change of seed of the above sorts which he for . trial. J. 71 Sloan's Liniment"" brings you quick tan offer for sale f. o. b. his ship- relief, easy to apply, AND CURS THE it penetrates tWUKCaS' ping point, bags extra or included as without rubbing and drives out the the case may be. The Information soreness. A nrea clear liquid, cleaner i hould give in each case tho name of 1VITH than mussy plasters or ointments, It & the variety (especially in the case of does not stain the skin or clog the l i;raln crops), condition of the seed B4 JKJ pores. Always have a bottle handy b to purity, year grown, and the iBSBBQSTf ,' pains aches of rheumatism, price Tho conimltteo will then un- for the gout, lumbago, grippe, bruises, stiffdertake to get huch Information in Tr'-- J BaUrt Frcci, to the hands of those who want the ness, backache and all external pain. 3 At your druggist, 25c. hopes that teed The committee a 1hls request will receive wide circu E OR MONUy REFUMWfl. Days And N'lglitc. lation and an Immediate response, as gaata3gsr;y?raTi9trgr.in'' ivtv,I "I suppose," said tho literary it Is now time to get seed In tho young man, "that you have read to rupcccd hands of planters for fall use. AdrIIIj on wnt tuuit know AUTOLOADING SHOTGUNS " AJ" Day of Pompeii?' " life ou dress Conimltteo on Seed Stocks, ' "The I.ubt wliat liucw In liucincis and tndo. "No, I aven't," admitted the fair trr. in invention ami irinr United States Department of Agrithere is any one thing that a sportsman demands of a gun tier, out pt the rut; ret on tlie rlrliif Una. IUiJ maid from tho back township, "but Washington. D. C. culture, or a shell it is that it shall give him the full advantage I've read nearly all of tho 'Arablun of his skill. N'lghts. " Potatoes Sawi WlKNtt. PROCURED ANDnCreNDCD.h'""d".i m iiaj.il drnwiittC tfli .lu.lurci.ici-tftwrr. nt Americans, If they would think of titw a.l.ux.. huw t oUnIn i.hnu, traua "If The further along he gc in the game, whether at the traps or in the WFyrlUj.tta, in ALt. COUHTniCO. XOTICK. r potato as a "breadstuff" trie moft onti useftil nurtrtn. am) the humble both in guns field, the surer lie is to swear by Remington UMC ilirnl v.ili Uaiiuigte jji tlmiS uie uiftfcuuiuiicir a wuriu. KYcry uiuain Wo ncalu call the attention of our lather than merely as a "vegetable," and shells. 300 Pictures 300 Article '"tt and tout at Practice Exclj:!t'y, would find that they could sparo readers to the fnt that The Itepub-Ilcn- n iiuiurtoiua 11 for onlr IScrnU. All the new MeM ud .;lth IXriat, but Vtltal tut.t rataat 03ca, I Invrntloiu in electricity ami vrlrtlru. In much bread from their diet without Remington UMC guns work quicker than any man can aim, and will publish no conuiiunlciitltins autoinobtlca and aeroplanes, hi tbopwork and neumnoTDN, D. c. Inconvenience, tho dietetic specialists unless binned by tho author. Few and "Nitro dub" jled lined closely and evenly shoot "Arrow" iu ittiiuiu, wiu iu waciuncrr. m now io man iinnta at liome. TO pff every of the United Statos Department of weeks puss tlmt unonyiiiotis articles "speed shells" (tmokelesi) cut down many a bird that would hve uiuumi, iHviuuiiig poultry neUKi, Agriculture point out. Tho potato :ne not received and it Is not our defurniture, automobile thop repalrt, etc. gotten away .from any of the slower makes of shell. It It fullof trrvulnr - Irish or sweet differs from almost sire to hurl new by items into tho It 1 written In plain tcaluli for man and M. baye. Sold by Sporting Goods Dealers in Your Community nil other common vegetables In that It waste biuskct. This anonymous com. 15 Cent a Copy $ I. CO a Year i.upplles inipoitant amounts of starch miiiilcutlun rule Is Muted each week (Jet It from a newadraler or write" direct to Clean an J oil your gun with REM OIL tht (omb'mativn ropuiaracienccaionnuy, zwrounu Are., N.Jr, ami March is tho chief food element at the head of the editorial column Povdtr Solvent, Lubricant and Ruit Prntntne CDCP Taaietacti;frttUyiHJ2.itM( wo get from bread. Greon vegetables, ami must ho adhered to. Itequcst aValbu lac aaiUia uJ wauaa till r. with which potatoes often aro class- - tlat names bo omitted from nrlnt ARMS UNION METALLIC CARTRIDGE COMPANY, Inc. TUB kEMINGTON Secured or Your Woncy Back a, tuppl little or no starch mid en- let omplled with, hut Hie manuscript Lv&tii MmuftttuttTl tffirraiml anjjlmmunttwm i tht IfatU itJ'.?.4 tak.o tbo Dmuehon Tr,,lin,. .1... ergy, and aro valuable in tho diet must bear the writers' slgiiatuie. Woolwonli liLiUiinj, New York Call on Tlie llciiublicAU for Fine jirlncljuilly .for the mineral sub THE KDlTOIt, Job Printing. uriiMrri ac3gTFniTi Farm Department GERMAN!' TllRKATKNKn ll!' K.VMINK IN COAL 3E3rorssioia.,ai Otto C. Martin at ifPOWHM'f n.rv sub-stnnc- cs in(lT?Tinfnli 0.ETAYL0R.CE Beaver Dam. Drainage DR. 0. E. HART half-grow- VETERINARY SURGEON d ,,, ,,.,, ..,,. tM9.iviki TRADE-MAttU- y. y, Children Cry CASTO Rl A NEW . ot al to-da- ' Agri-otore- uniuriM III V1 1 " mi OUR GERMINAL REMEDY EEHKVIBr mmmt wmmmmmk A aST j FOR ONE MONTH hesltat-antl-Germa- ee - CALLED HER FAMILY tv;1sHstv mmERRED mtz t4yfi$lnB. TO HER BEDSIDE tji j x seed-gatheri- , long-contl- one-fourt- ap-wi- th KI1-naa- POPUIMMECHANICS com-tsenc- ALAGAZINB KI-jF.- root-aphi- s. N J.I J Ml II ,,'! r; Pol ir ? J KaLftsTHaCOUGM Get on the Firing Line ML King ' rVli REPEATING' AND IF tv y, PopularScience Monthly fri-- , li.I fl wrwfwriim monev-maltln- yw POSITKO'N ill ii 53SI SUB SHELLS VESSEL 1 officers In command foared tho psychological clTcct upon tho people of the sight of the maimed men, often llttlo moro than animated skeleKNKMY DIVtill S AMKKICAN' tons. HAMO MKSSAtiK WATKIW Stern and implacablo methods PICK Ml) UP. wero used to compel prisoners to liuforo you buy you should examine our hand work. Ingenious tortures that endnindo farm wagons. Thoy run lighter, are made of ed only short of death wcro Inflict- tho very bi3t matorial and last far longor than any othor8 were shot An Atlantic Port. Sent. 15. KvI - !cd..n.S0T: wh!10 Xk.VVfc.TS & 8 sssHFS!' full of life and notion, filled ?""""..- 9 mliU .1louingm I'unisiiments varied from a a Xk.uAi u. machine made wagon you can buy no matter what .. mww . wr denco that an enemy submarine lus enforced standing ire oi iinc inspiration and followed a. nt attention for 1 by 250 short stories of adventure, wa- begun preparations In American f price you pay. ..... ...... :....,.. ,... .,... i. ,.o 'lay at a "mo without food to beat- win mage ' Inns with hours of 'steamships, which yesterday morn- - ' suspension rlflo butts and to ropes be- g, Wo also do all kinds of Blacksmithing and In tho nlr, with 'Ing picked up wireless "S. O. S calls , wrlsts whll Prisoners .,,.,, especially tho hard jobs tho other fellow '.,...; cm . i,ninllnB tlod to hold behind tho bodies, ; 'hands wero In the vicinity of . she od by a can't do. tl10 reault ''olng to throw tho weight . , .....,... ij c iv in on tho the distress of nrms unnaturally twisted muscles Onu ship receiving We also mako a specialty of Iloiseshoeing and Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' Pagej and shoulders. Such methcalls was a British freighter and the ods In his own battalion, ono 2,000 Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles of earnestly solicit your patronage in this lino. other nn Amorlcan tanker. Both rc-- I strong, had reduced It to 350 at tho Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best ported tho sccno of attack ns about minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone Respect fully yours, 'sixty miles east of Nantucket. and tho tlmo ho escaped. inmenome. i nereis no age Hiha nl.nnt Q u'rlnrV vnainrilnv mnrn. , .. ........ ........ u..rf ...w... , 1.1... U MI.WUV I 1. .,.'1 III..I. wiuiihiii ill yiuiiiiurriuiiilimit to enthusiasm for The Three Current Issues Free " '..!..! lug. Tho Identity of tho submarine s ' Youth's Companion. Tnblcts. l, joa do not know THE COMPANION victim was not learned tiy cither 1 let ui tend you Three Current Itsuet "I Jiovo a high opinion of Chamus far as Is publicly known. FREE. Incloto this Coupon with your 52 "Times a Year berlain's Tablets for biliousness and request. According to tho commander of not 12. ns a laxative," writes Mrs. C. A. Thoso who subscribe now. sending $2 tho Hrltlsh vessel the messages by Harnes, Charleston, III. "I have nevfor the S2 issues of THE COMPANION More good reading than you will his wireless operator from the ship for 1915, will receive The Companion pleas-nget in any of the monthly Thirty-fiv- e years experience in tho shop. Home Calendar TREE. 'said sho was being shelled and rc- -, er found anything so mild and magazines. to use. My brother has uIfo ported her position, but only a part C ........ used those tablets with satisfactory rc - T?rrT?Y . !MncrrirrrinMc ncv.civcu rll mid JffHU wuwv.hiiiuhj 'of her nnmo could bo heard tho results." m THK IIAHTFOUI) KKPUIILICAX AND YOUTH'S COMPANION, BOT3B word "Abby," which Is the last hamu ONE YDAK FOH ONLY S2.75. 'of several ships In Atlantic trade. TWO BISHOPS TO ATTi:.l) mmrrmmnzji 3 Story Confirmed. MKirnxt; iiopkixsvilli-- : ttKiti,3i.vjiiuJ...M'ii..ti.vgJafcflO, tanker's captain The American We Knock the Spots Out of Thinga sionky n i continued tho Hrltlsh skipper's re- hkisi: is a ()oi) piiAci: to stop nut IlopkinsvIIle, Ky. Predictions port but added no details. Silence Louisville Hotel, Louisville, Ky., Main St., bet. 6th. & 7th that the coming session of the Louis- was Imposed on both captains by nn.- ' 'I lie Onlj Hotel in l,milslllc Operated on the Ivnl officers who interviewed them as villo confcrcnco of the Southern f Methodist Church, which will bo held Ainciidiii mid Kuropraii Plans. soon as they reported to their agents, Soptember 2(i to October 1, will Fifty-fiv- e typewriters. LesTlin tlfllloli rsiiitnln khIiI lin under- - i here AMinUCAN PI.AX (With Meals) bo one of tho most Interesting and French Dry Cleaned and Pressed in x sons explained by Moving Pic'stood an Amorlcan radio station nlso Itoiinis uitliout It.ith but ultli Hot and Cold Htiniiln Water. Important held In years, are being Superior Manner. ture machine. Seven big Dehad picked up tho distress call. Fol out as the program for tho partments Shorthand, Book7G Hooms single, $2.00 per dny; 2 people, $2.00 each Send us your Garments and Hara lowing tho now rule of tho sea es- borne session Is made up. keeping, Telegraphy, Stenotypy, HO Hooms single, 2.r0 per day, 2 pe'ople, 2.25 each tablished sinco German submarine Them Ono feature of importance is CO Front Hooms. single, Music, Primary Normal. Ex3.00 per day; 2 people, 2.50 each var'aro began, neither vessel went two bishops will bo here insteadthat of pert teachers. Modern equip8 Hooms ttitli Pilwito It.Uli: CLEANED CLEAN to the assistance of the submarine's ono as is usually the case. Bishop CO Hooms ment. Position single, 3.00 per day; 2 people, 2.75 each assured. victim. Packages called for and delivered. W. B. Murrah, of Memphis, will be CO Hooms single, 3.50 per day; 2 people, 3.00 each Write for catalogue. Heports of the sighting of submatho presiding bishop, but Bishop W. rines or periscopes in American wai:UIU)Pi:.N PIjA.V (Without Meals) A. Candler, of Atlanta, chancellor THE ELITE PRESSING CLUB ters hnvo been frequent Since tho of Emory University also will be Daviess Co. Bus. College Hooum without llalli but ultli Hot and Cold HiinnliiK Wntcr. United States entered the war, but A. Iva Nail, Prop. here. single, $1.00 per day; 2 people, S0.75 each 75 Hooms Incorporated tho fact that In this case wireless Bishop Candler will preach In tho . HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. CO Hooms single, 1.25 per day; 2 people, 1.00 each messages telling of an attack by OWENSBOUO, KY. afternoon the opening day, and the CO Front Itooms.Blngle, 1.50 per day; 2 people, 1.25 each shell flro wero picked up by two dny following ho will deliver an adsteamships gave today's reports tho Itooms with Pritnte Hath: on "Christian Education." single, 1.C0 per day; 2 people, 1.25 each CO Hooms In the opinion of ship- dress color of truth Bishop Murrah, as is the custom V-VEcapCO Hooms single, 2.00 per day; 2 people, 1.50 each ping men. Furthermore, the a session of conference, will dePetro-Mena third Incoming vessel re- at Relives Piles tain of only ono sermon. This will be THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Cor. Sixth and Main Sts. ported he had been instructed to liver No matter how stubborn the In tho Methodist Church at 11 o'clock Kuropcan l'iiin Only. watch out for submarines in Western case may be Petro-Ment- a will Sunday morning, September 30. Atlantic waters. It was realized, bring relief. A trial will convlnco Hooiiih Without Until, $1.(10 and up; Itooms With Private Hutli, $1.50 however, that It was possible that tho you. For sale by Ohio County mid up Host KutlliK Place In Town. Don't Let Your CoTirIi Hans On. messages wore a noax. Drug Co. Price 25c. A cough that racks and weakens and the Old Inn arc located In tho wholesale Tho I.oulsvlllo Hotel lit Steamship Line. your Is dangerous, it undermines walk to tho retail district and theaters. district nnd only a Tho place where tho attack was and thrives on neglect. IIOTKIj AND OLD INN COMPANY, Props. reported Is in the steamship lane of health I.OUISVIM.i: at once with Dr. King's New New transatlantic ships calling at Discovery. This soothing balsam remFeci right all the time. Don't lay ofl York nnd In tho vicinity in which edy BB heals the throat, loosens tho from work for days by taking calomel last October the German submarlno phlegm, its antiseptic properties kill keeps yoW when pleasant Liv- - Vcr-La- x sparing - 53 sank live steamships, on your feet, while relieving your troub tho germ and the cold is quickly Used Years an American ship ns tho United le. Safer too, and easy to take. Don't broken up. Chlldreu and grownI take anything else. You can't afforo States was not then In tho war. Disups allktj ilnd Dr. Klng's-'Ne3 a it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses sys i Tho place where tho ship rcport- - covery pleasant to take as well as tem and relieves constipation. A natjed sho was being attacked sixty-flv- o ural remedy, natural in it3 actions, sura Nantucket, is in tho vl- - effective. Have a bottle handy In miles east of in its effect and certain in results. It your medicine chest for gHppo, croup will won't bo long beforo Ho- - Vc-La- x clnitv In which tho Gorman subma- ta .inn TT.r.t ciink nlv Ktpnmslilns on its and all bronchial affections. At completely displace calomel in even 3 home. i. Children can tako it freely an druggists, 50c. R to American waters in October, j with perfect safety. Every bottlo sruar EJ visit 191G. an teed. - 50c and $1 in bottles.. Nona . HINDKNltUHG AND Ell genuine without tho likeness and signaunder command of The LUDENDOHKK HUHT E3 ture sf L. K. Grigsby. For silo by Will help parents develop their mms fcito Llout. Commander Hans Hose, apEl peared lit Newport harbor on October The Woman's Tonic best-ty- pe J. H. WILLIAMS. - Hartford K. nnd Christian of citizens tho Amsterdam, Sept. 15. Private ad- -i stay put to sea. vlrna frnm Tlnrllii tndnv worn in tllA a El 7 and after scatactivities wa. gentlemen. Its pationage is widely Sold Everywhere, t tmt both p,e,d Marsha, Von g H Tho next report of her steamer Kan-- 1 when tho American homes in nndenburg nml h(s .right.llani, tered and conies from the best r? Kin, biiii'u su.m, .. -- .. 0,.,.v.. ,ljnIli.. Gon Von uidendorff. sustain- tucket. but permitted to proceed up- the South. Its capacity is limited, therethu ,nJur,es fr(jm whlch they am on establishment of her identity suffering In a train wreck which was bo made early, fore, reservations should Then soon after camo word of the tho result of a deliberate plot against sinkiiiR of tho Hrltlsh steamers their lives. of riaco'your son in this select gioup Strathdcno, West Point, Kingston boys. Write and Stephano, tho latter n coastwiso There Is more Catarrh In this section HeCALL PATTERNS 1 El E, EAR, THROAT, NOSE diseases Celebrated for style, perfect fit. ilmcItcItT tc4 i passongor vessel; tho Dutch steamer of the country than all other was supR put together, and for years It And Fitting of Glasses reliability nearly 49 yeirs. Sold in nearly m Uloomersdljk and tho Norwegian posed to bo Incurable. Doctors prescribed every city and town in the United Stattian Misonlc Canada, or by mail direct. Alore sold thasi OWliNSBORO. KY. m btcamcr Christian Knudsen. Passcn-songe- local remedies, and by constantly failing Templo any other make. Send lor tree catalogue cure with prcnounccd and to Incurable. local treatment, local disease. from tho Stephano McCALL'S MAGAZINE Is a it Catarrh Box A. I More subscribers than any othel fashion For catalogue tuiri information crows from the other ships wero res- ercatly Inlluenccd by constitutional conk rnagailhe million a month. Invaluable. Lab ditions and therefore requires constituw cued by Amorlcan destroyers. est styles, patterns, UressmsLlne, millinery, Ml tional treatment. Hall's Catarrh MediF. plain sewlnj?, lancy ncedlewsrkiairdresslng. cine, manufactured by P. J. Cheney & K' CIKJUCIIV, rooa stories, etc. unlr utj tenia Co., Toledo, Ohio. Is a constitutional year (worth double, including a Iroe pattern. remedy. Is taken Internally and acts auoscriDe today, or send lor sample copy. iti,'w,' thru the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces rWiONDEHFUL INDUCEMENTS ) Kg3 USQ of the System. Ono Hundred Dollars re. to Agents, rostal brings premium catalogue and new cash prize offers. Address ward is offered for any case that Hall's J Jf J?V i1. For Infants and Children Catarrh Medicine falls to cure. Send for HI UcCUX C9 235 It 219 IV. J7lh SU NEW YO&fi chculars and testimonials. Years SoldJ.by Druggists, CO.. Toledo. Ohio. P. CHENEY & In Use For Over No Combination ;5C. jfcJBS Always bears Hall's Family Pills for constipation. ' Is-- . the tit it i Like rffflP I&3&; Signature of Alfalfa, bluegrass, clovor, cowpeas, and . rapo, nnd soy beans all nutko valua-- mp.i t? r ble pasturugo for tho brood sow and jp v mm All For IIKUTAMTV IX fiKUMAX her full litter. Children "Wagons! Wagons! f I03 wore kopt in Invalid oamps until they died, but novor, ho nays, returned to camps In Germany boeausn OFF AMERICAN COAST tho Wagons! t - '' nr wJSi ir"-,w;;- rv lie-pairin- at ,' YOUTH'S COMPANION Better Than Ever 1915 ' -- A. B. Row 6c Son i Centertown, Ky. mt'ii: W vos-isc- 1 nt n,':. at i Ladies' and Men's Garments USE LI R-L AX ta For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. tlt 'r HlllEMHDBIMlllBllllllEllI ELKTON, KY. S 40 f Vaoderbilt Training School lor Boys CARDU 3, 0 3fte$ rfflril DR. J. H.THORPE MM MATHENEY & BTTS n iJ rs t uiiiMBisiasoEiQiiisianiBiiiBiiiDusoma Wm CASTOR 30 j Mothers I ,of Reading t i om v It PHISO.V CAMP DKSCHUUID ; O For ike verrmra' P &d l7TCrjL iv Kiiir of 'THEYOVTire COMPANION 1 The Ymiih's Companion The faiorito family weekly of America. U GrcU oeuais oruiuups in I917. ouii J50 Short Stories a thousand Article, nml SuReitmn3, a tliousanU runny isms, bpccwl i'afies Jo: all ages. 5: issues ThftEestTwo .. formthers!ifi-Kroncs- i .. fniA mmh HIU BIUILLJ ouiUiLJUu JUrl mimlj vrc rotici "JMfMW iS .2Z2SPfZSi lt iiii if3 or .j 12 Tfcc ISSUES AKD A DKCSS f AfrEIW $Wvimv.mWAi& hi s sn Hi a a VI ' ls t M mi 'UI rfl i &&lWZ3SM r, J W tllM 1 I FW ?M:C5.A""nJUfS 'Olicvrea t roiil!OiinrA'nrricaii wuuini. ."U of will urt toe 12 ronUily Usu -cCiil'a. nsaUna uui mmr SUCtma ii.4nenc" but every uiuiitc vt iviT. ajlx rp"r iUi i ,u. ri (k tins ,r - weefcs. luues smllSc. McCll Ure.s &e i 2 ...... '" the you in a..vymrft'.vx" fcl&aUUrcs' eery "TjaessEaLa rS , " w-- in AU un 15 ..Bffg.TCTgif31BC3im M J.19 (SiBr.il or r.O. Uon.j tus Wit nd the :!v,k:0niv .. 1917 Home Calendtr. cent t' month tor ons year: also choice of any J'sul THE YOUTH S COMPANION. , 5t. ,t.r "" JT uuaiurc. nirtnuiwi.i j Mi ' .VT9sS.ViLBbkssi ivm 1" " Sept. 15. Another Washington, chapter Is added to tho story of tho tortures of German prison camps by soldier who escaped by n Hussian tunnolllng wltfi n lcnlfo undor tho olectricnlly churged fence along tho Antworp-Hoseiidalino. It has been forwnrded to tho Stato Department from Petrograd. Drutral treatmont and poor and Insulllclont food liavo cost Germany tho labor ot thousands of prisoners, ho says. Ou'o labor battalion on tho of 2,000 western front consisting men has been reduced by starvation, exposure, heatings und death to loss than 500. Tho dully rations for a prisoner, ho reported, consisted of a I small amount of bread und turnip soup, tho soup enriched occasional ly by u bit ot noifao mow. Tho unfit, tho wounded aiiii those who havo lost members ot thoir bod- al And Dliirilioea Itemed)-- . "Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy was used by my fath-- 1 or about a year ago whop ho had dlar- rhoea. It rolleved Mm immcdlato-ly nnd by taking three doses he was absolutely cured. Ho has great faith In this remedy," writes Mrs. W. m II. Williams, Stanley, N. Y. .MATCH STRUCK VMMi WKMi THKHATKNS OIL POOLS I A safe, old fashioned remedy for worms. ' v JX I ty W i Seventy. Sve rcsri conlinu. out ue !s the best tntimoniil Curcced wren everyUvlni; elss fall, w In nsr.'ouT rrostratlow uni fnalo H wcr'.ir.esss th7 nrt the euprerai . at thousar.ii havo tistlfisd. M FREY'S VERMIFUGE cm offer you. m ; it is ths Ixit ever r POSKfUN?.V,t..VERAND TO!V;..Cio TftOUBUi wwaiTrr R B W Ub irp tnJkuUhr., wjl I Kps buttltslwiyi Mihsiul. lh liiL It ana tr l3 . ever Bold woes , bsppy at a counter. rr&Tvrrzitnv j (rnntl itoie; m sjrrl you. "D ru in Us 25c. s bolus st youc onitgiit pi uarMad ocaptly. iji W 'v JVr mii'i tna "d 2c. !" c y0 j livery Woman Wants I -J - E. & S. FREY, BALTIMORE. MD. ) Ilruco oil oporutor, Homent, mllllonalro thoughtlessly struck n mutch near an oil uoll that was drilled on one' saved tho dorrick. A chargo of niof his leases yesterday und gas com- troglycerin was In tho holo whllo tho ing from tho woll was Ignited and llro was raging. set tho dorrick uu lire. Tho llumos spread to adjoining oil pools. Ao Singer, superintendent, vus badly j FORFLETCHER'S burned. lioment's entlio Hold forco was called In to light tho flro and 15. Petersburg, Intl., Sept. I I.IHIIH-'I-- WJI IM TJ - 1 rm Oliilclren Ory pelvic cctarrh, ulceration end inflammation. Recommended Ly Lydiu . Pinkham Med. Co. for" ten vrcrs. A bealinjj wonder for nasal catarrh, soro throat and t oro ayes. Economical. tlsi eairsoij.fy iMiHiMsiri fc FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE Dissolve J In watsr for rfmicSps ilonn f cltaaiuitf shl csniiiwida1 rjw . CASTORIA " I K Ji 1 ARMAGEDDON IS DUE. oatlmablo gontlemcn who voted for It becauso tholr constituents demanded that they should aro loud Groat nattlo Will Follow tho War, Advcutist, Doclnrm 8cventli-Dn- y HAVE NEW APPEAL In their protestations that Unlvorsal Military Training Is a peace measshould democracy "Although ure! May Congross and the people for eventually win out and a concert of tiio.sk with dependents may tho people are responsible lor tho democratic nations established, world 1iavij hearing before deeds or misdeeds of Congress heed peace would not bo assured," said governor. the lesson that this war has taught! Elder I. M. Martin, of Nashville, In May America come through the war delivering tho opening sermon of tho tent camp meeting of If sho does die, the annual ten-da- y awake at least! Advcntlsts of KenWashington, Sept. 19. Men sum- heart-ache- s and the mlsory, tho wnst-ag- o tho Seventh-da- y road nnd Park money and of men, will not tucky at Third-stremoned for service under the draft of avonue. nnd who liavo been denied discharge have been In vain. by local or district boards because "It would mean at the best," ho continued, "merely a cessation of of dependents liavo still a means of Toll Tho People Tho Facts! during which time greatappeal where thoy can show there "To make tho world safe for de hostilities has been error or misapplication of mocracy uim ui er preparation would bo made for tno tho law In their cases. On such a tho United States In the war, laid an even greator war. That war will showing, Governors of States, to down by President Wilson Is a true bo tho great battlo of Armngcddon whom appeal may bo taken, aro expression of tho Idealism back of spoken of by John the Itcvelator In authorized to request local boards our entrance Into the great world con- Revelations, xvl., 16, during which to reopen cases. It Is fire will co mo down from God out flict, but It Is not a battle-crThere is 119 appeal to the Presi- not a clarion call to harden men's of Heaven and destroy all the wicked upon tho earth." dent, however, oxcept whero exemp- hearts and steel tholr arms. Elder Martin began his sermon by tion has been sought on tho ground Tho people of this country are com- -' of industrial employment and denied menclng to realize that If wo aro go- afllrmlng that tho war Is really not by the district boards. Tho rulings ing to win the war wo must light! a struggle between autocracy and deeommunicated last night to State And America Is not fighting today. mocracy, but arther a fulfillment of prophecies which have been officials mako this clear In tho folHer government is at war but her Blblo lowing languago: ' pcoplo fighting. A Middle preached and looked forward to for ars not yenrs by tho "The only cases In which there la Western Senator, who Is not a La more than seventy-fiv- e y to tho President Advcntlsts, who believe a right of appeal or a Stono, told Seventh-daFolletto or a Gronna are cases of claims for exemption or a friend the other day that if a plebe-sclt- e In a second "coming of Christ " upon engagement discharge based the was taken in his state on In Industry or agriculture. Further war tho people would vote four to ouo HOPE BASED ON FIRM FOUNDATION than this It Is Impossible to go. If against It. Thruout tho length nnd any of tho millions of Individual people would vote four to 0110 against Before the absolute knowledge cases within tho original Jurisdiction It. Throughout tho length and of local boards are to bo considered bredth of the country this feeling ex-- j that consumption can be preented, in Washington then all ought to be ists to n certain extent, fostered by arrested nnd cured It wns the subject of universal remark that it was open to consideration here. This is the pacifists, tho socialists and other remarkable how hopeful the victims Therefore Impossible. manifestly deliberate or unwitting agencies ofj of the disease could be In the fact Administrative authority will not Kaiserlsm. As S. Stanwood Menken, address Itself to particular cases in President of the National Security of certain death from an Incurable malady. Tho hope of getting well, the Jurisdiction of local boards. League, said in his opening address rt which sprang eternal In their breasts, has directed the "The President the great patriotic education conferWar Department to decline to dis- ence held under tho auspices of the has at last been given foundation by cuss cases pending before local or League at Chautauqua, N. Y., early the study and experience with the district boards or entertain any in July, "The peoplo are asleep! Thev disease by doctors who have devoted or suggestions their lives to It and the Infected can communications, do not realize that their individual statements concerning them." very now look forward to almost certain Interests, their homes and their relief if they will observe the simom lives aro threatened!" Thev ple rules laid down by them. Business Scholarship. The meaning of "making the world are the deep breathing of fresh air, We have for sale, a scholarship, safe for democracy" passes over the rest, nourishing food, proper clothgood for a complete course In either of the average man. He will ing, cheerfulness, clean habits and or head Bookkeeping and Accounting not fight In response, and fight he Owens-bor- o clean surroundings and a good docbtenugraphers Course In the must If America is going to win the Business & Industrial College. war! His personal, Individual re- tor. The best results can be obtainFor particulars apply at Republican' lation to the war; what the differ- ed In sanltoriums but when they are tf ence of victory or defeat will mean not available, the State Tuberculosis office. prepared had Commission has to him, must be explained. He must pamphlets giving the proper methFLOWING WELL BROUGHT IN' be told that German aggression in MAY BE LARGEST IN STATE od of home treatment which Dr. W. Middle Europe means German ag L. Heizer. Secretary, Frankfort, will America and that u free t() one jn. Scottsvillo, Ky.. Sept. 13. What gression In North peaceful, I of , the dumb subservience. .. , aircsieu. is said to be tho largest oil well evnonie-iovniuernmiis iu uic iiunu ui er found In Allen county, Kentucky, arson and rape means his dumb sub- ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. was brought in on the Porter Dobbs servience! All persons having claims against farm last night by Motts & Company, The National Security League and tho estate of Robert J. Duff, deceas- of Tulsa, Oklahoma. The well was other agencies are engaging In the! are hcreby notified to present flowing all night, and Is estimated bringing a realization of these jsame tQ me properly pr0ven. on or to make from GOO to 700 barrels per taskof Power to before November 20th, 1017, or they things to the people. day. them! There Is plenty of patriot- - wl be forever barreti. . , ism au'l plenty of fighting, blood In hand thu Sep. She Paved The Way. But It will only be tember 17th, 1917. "How did pa act when you asked this country. brought out by the facts! Tell the 12t3 OLLA W DUFF, him for my hand?" It people H.H facts! Make them mad! "Very gentle and courteous. Admr. Robert J. Duff, deceased. Then the'll fight! took me completely by surprise." m NEEDED IN THE WAR "I told him you used to be a pugNOTICE OF LETTING ON TUBERCULOSIS ilist." Boston Transcript. ROAD CONTRACT What Ho Hail Missed. That all tho world should know Notice is hereby given that on the that tuberculosis Is a preventable and "Darling," ho said tenderly, "you 1th day of October, 1917, at the often a curable disease. are the only girl I ever loved." "Well," sho rejoined, "all I got to court houso door In Hartford, Ky., That by the observance of certain say is you have missed a lot of bids will be received and contracts simple rules many valuable lives may let by tho Ohio C'ounty Fiscal Court bo saved and millions of dollars In fun." of waste prevented. for the grading and construction y seat Will Wo Hotxl The Lesson? about four miles of That more people die of It than Alter the war, what? After we State Aid Road as follows: Hart- - of all the preventable diseases comhave beaten back the Germans from ford and Owensboro public road from bined solely becauso of ignorance or Belgium and France and definitely a point near Alexander schooluouse carelessness. dispelled tho curse of military auto- about two miles north of Hartford That a more rigid housing law cracy from Europe and the world for to the precinct boundary line between should bo enforced In tho cities and the time being, what arc we going the voting precincts of Beda and Bu- - no nouse be permitted to be built to do about U? Are wo going to ford, that Is from Station Zero to which does not provide for a free , as outlined In tho circulation of air. continue right on living In tho fool's last station paradise whero wo slept In a false plans and specifications of said work That sanitary rules be observed senso of security before tho war, or of construction heretofore approved under heavy penalties. are we going to profit by our les- by the Fiscal Court and by the Stato That tho state shall provide for son? Commissioner of Public Roads of one or moro tuberculosis sanatoria. For two years before war was Kentucky, which plans aro on file That every county shall build one thrust upon us. tho National Security In tho office of Road Commissioner and provldo for tho employment of League and other agencies had been of the Stato of Kentucky, In Frank- a public health nurse. warning us of what might happen, fort, Ky., and County Judge of Ohio That a courso of hygiene bo taught even moie, of what was likely to county, at Hartford, Ky., for exam- In every public school and tho rule3 happen. But wo shook our heads and ination. laid down for tho prevention' and said It was too bad that a militaristic Said bids will be received and con euro of tuberculosis bo impressed on spirit was springing up in this coun- tract let lor construction of said road tj10 pupHs. try of perpetual peace and prosperi- either by tho milo or by tho entire That promlscous spitting be mado our President be- Job In tho discretion of tho Fiscal a jaiahlo offense ty. Wo cause lie had kopt us out of war. Court at said time, and bids will bo That every good citizen should get And then, even he, with his great received and contracts lot for the behind every effort to combat man's patience anil forbearance, was com- construction of the various and sev- -' most nsatlate enemy, g pelled to accept the fact of war. Wo eral sections of said road, consld- i'j,at teachers, preachers nnd Tho jlc speakers generally aid In tho were finally compelled to light, In ono mllo to tho section. spite of our unpreparedness and our estimated amount of work for tho iSSOmlnatlon of tho knowledge that foolish confidence In our neighbors. completion of said work In Its en- - tn0 cur0 0f tho dlseaso Is largely In What do you suppose would havo tlroty is as follows: tho victims own hands. happened If wo had taken the ndvlco Fencos rebuild, 35 rods; trees and That a strong pull, n long pull and of the National Seourlty Leaguo stumps; earth excavation, 9143 cu. a nun altogether will go far rock excavation, 2835 cu. yds.; war,irt eradicating a scourgo moro to leadeis and wuro possessed of 11 milbor., 10C98 cu. )0 fcarc,i than yollow fover, itary establishment worthy of our na- earth excavation 88 lln. ft., 24-land common-bi'iihe- ? M. P. 18-ltional importuned ora or Bmallpox. 4.4 cu. Does any 0110 imagiuu that 28 lln. ft.; concrete That you socuro free of chargo 179.2 cu. yds.; Germany would have been so ready yds.; from nr. W. L. Hoizer, Sncretnry of 15094 ,t10 gtnto Tuborculoslc Commission, to force us into battlo on tho side 331.9 cu. yds.; reinforcing of 10,000,000 tinincd men, as wo lbs.; macadam loose, CI 80 cu. yds. nt Frankfort, pamphlots giving tho men, us wo Each bidder must accompany his tested method of treatment and it of 10,000.000 trlned begin It at onco, would have had If wo had adopted bid with a bwul or certified check Universal Military Training live payable to S. O. Keovvu, Sheriff of Ijist Cluuico To Pay. yours ago? Doos any one Imagine Ohio county, for the sum of $500.00 Hero Is an editor who admits that that our ships would havo been bunk as a guaranteo that If tho work Is and our cltlamis diownad so promis- awarded to him ho will ontor Into u ho expects to havo to spend eternity contract with thu Fiscal Court for In tho samo pluce whero delinquent cuously if wo had had a navy with our position in thu tho same. Tho Fiscal Court ro- - subscribers go. Hoar him: "Somo- world? And still tho Conscription sorvos tho right to reject any and all ono has got It all doped out that Mi's world is sgoiug to end next Sunday; bids. Bill Is pussud specifically as a many of tho Ii, WILSON, J. O, C. C. don't make a mlstako now, next Suu- JNO. measure, and DRAFTED MEN TO Every Pig Will Mean $50 When tho 12c hog was predicted, many wcro skeptical. When tho L'c hog was predicted they wcro still more skeptical. Now that thoy have scon tho 15c hog a reality, they do not laugh when somo enthusiastic hog man talks about 20c hogs. Instead they shiver In their boots nnd wonder whero tho money. Is coming from to buy tho matorlal that will mko that ham, and appetizing breakdelicious sugnr-curefast bacon. d et v is y. They holler and yell about the high cost of living and agitato government control of food pricos, cnll tho farmer a crook and horsothlof thou hustles over to tho nearest garage and pay a twenty per cent advanced prlco for an automobllo fill It up with John D.'s Elixir of Llfo at twenty-fiv- o or thirty cents a gallon strap on a couple of sparo tires at $.'0 each that could bo bought last year for half the money, and novor bat nn cyo.and for supper they will cut themselves down to ono pork chop. Now don't let them Rcaro you. Tho law of supply nnd demand always has rogulatcd tho prlco of commodities nnd always will, The whole situation In a nutshell Is tho supply of hogs Is n minus quantity, nnd thoy aro going to get higher and higher In price. pig lato this fall, or along In Every the winter, will net his ownor $30 right over tho scales. well-grow- Pigs Profits Patriotism Hundreds of farmers are stocking up. You commence feeding at once. Write us for prices, on the best hog feed ever offered for sale. Glenmore Distilleries Company. Inc. OWENSBORO KENTUCKY day. He got nil of his figures out In of tho Bible. ft It is nil true. the meantime wo want to advise anyone who owes this paper anything to hustle around by Saturday at farthest and settlo up If such person wants to make his calling nnd olec-- , tion sure. Of course If you wake up Monday and find you aro still alive, you will have the satisfaction of knowing that you don't owe the p.i- -' per a cent. Besides we don't want to spoil tho pleasures of tho next world by meeting any delinquent subscribers In It. Wo don't want to make It embarrassing for them." I sorts of experience, but am best In ' selective. Tho question of tho adop heavy stuff. My pathos him gained tion qf the plan will ho decided In a encomiums everywhere. few days, ho said. "Your sob stuff gets across, does I It?" NEW YORK STUDENTS PIT BAN ON STUDY OF GERMAN New York, Sept. 15. Twelve teachers engaged to teach German In the high schools of this city have found no classes awaiting thorn and have been assigned to other branches. E The Board of Education announcthat no action tending to discourage the study of German had been taken by the board or by any school authority and It was said that the ban was solely of the students' own making. Classes in German aro established seventy students In n whenever school desire It. One of the surprising results of the system was the elimination of a German class in a section where many Germans live. ed today Where Knm Got OIL Among the Monday morning culprits halted boforo a Baltimore police magistrate was a colored man with no visible means of support. "What occupation havo you here In Baltimore?" asked his honor. "Well, Jedge," said Sam. "I ain't doln' much at present Jest clrcu-latl- n' Inter-count- roun' suh." His honor turned to the clerk of tho court and said: "Please enter the fact that tills gentleman has been retired from circulation for sixty days." j "Get across? Let me tell you. Tho people wnnteil prosperity. Tho last tlmo I played n death scene The Democratic kind. n man in tho audience fainted awny. Ouo of thoso pure, unadulterated n And, when I scut out to find who It Kind. was whom I had affected so powerA regular good old Grovcr Clevefully, I found It was the agent who land Free Trade Prosperity. had Insured my life." Cleveland Well, wo got It. Plain Denier. Potatoes $4. CO per bu. Beans $11.00 per bu. R. D. KINCHEUE DETAILED Flour $17.00 a hhl. FOR DUTY IN FRANCE Wo're not on speaking terms with beef steak. Lexington. Ky., Sept. IS. It. D. on They got ini In a sweet mlx-u- p Klnchclop, of .Madlsonville, Brigade tho sugar question. Orderly and Sergeant in the 3d KenYou can get a real nice egg for 10 tucky Regiment nnd brother of Rep- or 15 cents. By the tlmo fall comes the cucumresentative I). II. Klncheloe, has bwen relieved of duty by the War De- bers will be In a of a plcklo. partment and will leave for There aro some folks who can still Washington. From there lie will go buy cheeso. to Franco as army secretary at Gen. Give us tho good old Republican Pershing's headquarters. "bard times" when n fellow could eat meat and common old potatoes, buy the kid a pair of shoes and still have ALL REGISTERED MEN MAY BE EXAMINED AT ONCE 30 or 40 cents left nfter paying tho newspaper boy. Hurrah for Andy Jackson! Boston, Sept. 15. Provost MarLackawanna (N. Y.) Journal. ll shal Gen. Crowdcr asked Gov. y In a telegram for his A Tip Ami n lint. opinion as to tho ndvlsablllty of subThe woman advanced ominously. jecting every man registered under "Aro you tho teacher that tore tho selective draft act to immediato physical examination in order that Henry's shirt?" "Yes." there might bo no delay In certify"What did yuu do It for?" ing men for servlco when tho time "Becauso Henry was naughty and comes for another call to tho colwouldn't hohnvo. To make him lisors. The Provost Marshal General said ten to me I took him by the collar the 7,000,000 who have- not been and ho broke away." The woman swung the ball bat tocalled for examination aro naturally In a statu of unrest, nnd ns a result ward tho teacher. "Next tlmo ho don't behave." sho find employment difficult nnd often hesltato to enter upon any enterprise said, "you hit him with this." Newark News. that requires continued attention. m It tho whole list is examined. Gen. Crowder said, It may be possible to nrrango an ordor of liability In acFOR FLETCHER'S cordance with tho degree of liability nnd thus mako tho draft more truly I Non-TarlMc-Cato-da- Fro Trade "Prosperity." j i s Fears Confirmed. Children Cry CASTO R A I I , Toacher Now, wo havo In of you tho north, on your right east, and on your left tho What havo you behind you?" Small Boy A patch on my I told mother you'd seo It. Sun. Has it front Is tho west. pants. Dalti-mor- Telephone Troubles BELL Telephone employees are constantly trying to prevent trouble of any kind in the workings of the equipment, and to repair such troubles as soon as possible after they occur. Subscribers are asked to report trouble immediately, and to exercise a reasonable patience while it is being cleared. If you do not see a man actually working on youF telephone, it does not o Hlli Opinion of ('lianiberlalii's Tablets. j "I havo a high opinion of Clium- berlain's Tablets for biliousness and as a laxutlvo," writes Mis. C. A. Barnes, Charleston, III. "I have uev-e- r found anything so mild and pleasant to uso. My brother has also used theso tablets with satisfactory -' m results." MUCH KU1 FERING IN pub-erin- Till EST IS REPORTED Wnshlngtou, Sept. 18. Much suf- mean that you are not receiving proper ( to-yd- chol-yds.;- C. fering in Austria, and particularly In Trlest, Is reported in dispatches hero from Rome. Letters found on a prisoner taken in tho fighting at Mouto San Gahrlele describe tho situation us dally growing moro difficult. In Trlest theio is u great scarcity of food and clothing, and the letter says It Is surprising that the people can still hold out. r (letting It Across. Freddio Brandt tells us of a hum actor who applied for u Job In a certain stock company last week. "What can you do?" tho munugur asked. "I can take any part," tho thespl-a- n acknowledged. "I havo had all -- attention. M u, n. ' The difficulty may be at thp switchboard, in the cable or at any one of several other places. Two or three men may be at work hunting it down. It is always our first consideration to clear troubles promptly. When yon TelephoneSmile i d to , CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY Incorpontcd O. V. RIDDLE, MANAGER, torn-lHJra- ry HARTFORD, KY. J