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GERMANS EVACUATE FURTHER TERRITORY points Ypres.' between Jfotrtfxrr& DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS Hazebrouck fkjniMkau Subscription $1 per Year No. 6 of tho Templo girl, was In court nnd tho court directed him to tako tho girl under his charge, In his own county, Brcckcnrldge, nnd if ho could not control her to report tho caso to tho Breckenrldgo Juvenllo court. Arrangement woro mado for Porter to tako tho gIrlhomo tomorrow. In summing up tho caso Judge Cook: mado a talk that would havo honored a Circuit Judge with years of experience on tho bench. Ho severely censured Sam Maddox, father of tho boy, for having given so Immature a youth papers of freedom, and al Instructed him to his duty. Addressing tho guardian of tho girl he reminded him, In strong terms, of both his legal and moral duty in the matter of tho care of his ward, nnd n.linonlabed him that If he would not voluntarily dlschargo his duty to tho girl ho would rule him to do so. The girl's mother died when sho was only six years old, and her father died about a year ago. She can not read or write. Her mental faculties are immature, and she seomed to havo little regard for the sanctity of an oath. Society is properly charg-abl- o with the girl's delinquency, in not sooner having rescued her from demoralizing environment. par-ontl- OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 9, 1918, and NEW DRAFT BILL on Septembor 1, for subsequent calls. "Tho second nnd moro difficult quostion," Gen. Crowder's stntement added, "is how wo can supply on tlmo tho 150,000 men required for each of tho succeeding months of October, November and December. n treaty would Tho help out to tho extent It Is estimated of about CO, 000 men, which Is not oven tho conventional 'drop In tho bucket.' "A minimum period of 90 days is necessary to enroll and classify all the men registered in the additional classes suggested. Wo cannot, therefore, wnlt for the completion of class one, but must take men Irrespective of their order number ns fast as they find their way Jnto clnss one." Detween 32 nnd 45, Gen. Crowder estimated there nro 10,028,973 males; but taking into consideration those mnrricd or who would bo subject to deferred classiflcaton because of physical conditions or other reasons, ho estimated the "net effective" at 601, 23C. Uetwecn 18 nnd 20 ho estimates tho number of males at of which tho "net effective" would total 1,797,609. Hrltlsh-Cnnadla- TROOPS GIVEN WARM WELCOME BY RUSSIANS PROHESS OP THE WAR. Tho grcnt battle launched by tho enemy July 1G still rages on tho western front. Tho German advance, which was turned Into a retreat on the fourth day of tho battlo, seemed By to havo been flnnlly blocked. bringing up every available reservo tho Germans wero nblo to extricate nt a tremendous cost, their army snllcnt.and from tho Rhelms-Solson- s onco out of tho trap It continues n slow but steady retreat. It Is not tho policy of the allies to glvo out tho numbers In tho matter of prisoners taken, but It is known that In addition to terrific losses In killed nnd wounded tho Huns havo lost n vast number of prisoners to tho allies. Along a sixty mile front tho Hun continues dally to fnll back, and Is nlrendy moro than thirty miles from tho lines occupied when tho present big battlo opened. Tho significant fact about tho present battlo Is that It clearly indicates tho German spirit is broken under the terrific strain, nnd may never again bo able to offer tho formidable resistance tho allies confronted earlier in tho year. Th war Is not yet won, but this Jiattlo is tho beginning of tho end, and tho great drive for which the allies aro planning for tho spring of 1919 will, no doubt, bring, the conflict to a final and victorious BEFORE CONGRESS IPoor Food Discourages Hun British Take Some Prisoners. a London, Aug. B. "Wo have push od forward our posts slightly during the ilny nt the I'ncnut wood, cast of ofllclal Robecq," says the Hrltlsh communication IsRiicd tonight. "Hostllo artillery wns active Intho sector south of Ypres." With tho British Army In Franco, August 5. Advanced lines on a sector nearly half a mllo long north of Lallnssco Canal havo been ovacuat-o- d by tho Gcrmnns nnd tho Drltlsh Iiuvo pushed forward and occupied Age Eighteen To Forty-Fiv- e Limit Fixed Tuesday. Washington, Aug. 5. With an urgent recommendation from Provost Marshal General Crowder that It bo enncted without delay and a suggestion that Sept. 5 next might bo fixed ns registration day for approximately 13,000,000 men throughout tho country tho administration's man power bill requiring tho registration for mllltnry servlco of all men between the ages of 18 and 45 years was introduced today in the Sonate Official Announcement Is Made Of Landing Of Allies At Archangel. American troops were among tho allied contingents landed at Archangel, Russia, last week. The population received tho expedition with cheers, having risen ngalnst tho when it became known the allies were coming. The Bolshevik! made only weak-- resistance. London,Aug. 6. Ofllclal announcement was made today of tho landing of allied forces, naval and military, at Archangel on August 2. The landing was in concurrence with tho wishes of the Russian population, It Is stated, and caused general en- Bol-shevl- kl and House Unless immediate steps are taken to provide additional men, Gen. Crow der said the weekly registration of men ns they attained 21 years of age will be necessary to fill the draft quotas after Sept. 1, when only 100,-00- 0 of tho 1918 registrants will bo this ground: Following tho withdrawal of the Germans In tho region of Albert, tho bridges across tho Ancro In tho region covered by tho retirement havo Tho Germans nro been destroyed. still holding tho river crossing in tho village of Albert. South of tho town tho lino now runs from Dcrnnncourt to Mcnulte, about two miles to tho northeast, and thenco to Albert. This now lino is undor heavy nrtlllery flro from tho enemy guns. close Further south, along tho Avro i Itlver, whero tho Gcrmnns retired ri.uiir .inrciii.'c iiinnnK from their positions on tho west bank DRIVER SERIOUSLY HURT on Saturday, all tho bridges across tho river havo been destroyed nnd Whllo Mr. Cyrus Sharp was driv tho roads leading to them have been ing a traction engine over a bridge i dynamltcd. across Panther creek ditch, the brldgo At tho moment, therefore, it would 'crushed undor tho weight of tho , appear that tho Germans do not con- heavy machinery and landed In tho template any offensive) on theso parts ditch below, and he went down with of tho line, at least for some tlmo to tho engine, was caught under It, anil come. Tho Germon troops released seriously hurt. by tho shortening of tho lino may bo I Mr. Sharp wns caught between a destined to be transformed rom tho drlvo wheel of tho englno and tho armies of Crown I'rlnco Ttupprecht bank of tho ditch, where ho was held to thoso of tho dorman crown prince .for two hours, beforo help released Incldontally, It Is reported that him from his painful' predicament. other division from Rupprccht's Jafks had to bo secured to raise forces was identified yesterday In tho tho heavy weight beforo ho could and lighting south of Sotssons. bo taken out of tho ditch While his wounds attended to. Germans Arc Depressed. of tho boil Documents of tho most significant waiting for relief tho heat er made tho wntor about his feet character, indicating that recent events havo brought about an ex- so hot that it painfully scalded them. badtremely marked state of depression Ills shoulder and both feet wero Dr. Hoover, of Owens-bor- o, In tho German army, havo fallen into ly crushed. was' called to attend him. Mr. tho hands of tho British. Most sig- 'sharp was just closing tho season's of all, perhaps, is an extract nificant 'wheat threshing and was tnklng his from a German officer's diary In which ho relates ho had been asked machinery home . "by tho divisional headquarters whethSAVE THE CHILDREN. troops in tho lino favored peace er tho or a continuation of tho war, his anAssociation Tho Parent-Teacher- s' . swer being: is engaged In the very coinmendnblo "Immediate- peace or an lmmedinto task of providing pure drinking water decisive battle." school children. A beforo tho for Hartford's This entry was dated saniplo of tho drinking water, used German drive for tho Mnrno began. at thb collego, was sent to tho State Hardly less important Is a letter tak- Uactcrlologlst, and tho chemical test en from a Germnn prisoner. It was showed tho water was Impure and written to him by nnother German unsulted for drinking purposos. Tho It stationed along tho Marno. remedy Is a filter, and tho members reads: of tho Association nppoallng to tho "You will bo In tho thick of It public to suuscrlbo sufficient funds now. Shirk ns much as you can. Do to Install a niter. Tho cost will bo not bo stupid. Wo nro risking our somowhoro near threo hundred dolNow lars, and tho amount should bo glv-o- n Uve3 only for big victories. wo nro taking tho offonslvo on tho ungrudgingly. Tho health of our Marno and wo will never get out of children can not bo computed In dolthis mess at all. Our regiment had lars and cents, nnd this public duty been nearly wiped out and wo have should bo mot cheerfully. Commitnot pushed far. tees havo been appointed to secure "Tho war is becoming a greater tho subscriptions, but in tho mean-tlm- o mnssacro than over. What Is going contributions may bo made nt to happon I don't know. Germany tho Hank of Hartford, at tho CitiIs slowly crumbling to ploccs." zens Hank, or to Mrs. It. H. Rlloy. Another prisoner Just capturod on This Is not a call for charity nor a tho Hrltlsh front says that tho olll-I- test of public liberality, but a necos-sar- y figures show that 12,000 of his public provision for tho proteccomrades woro made prisoners In tion of tho lives and health of our tho Champagno fighting, but that children, 0 " rumor along this front Is that A SURPRISE DIXXElt. Germans and 800 guns wero lost. A numbor of tho friends and neighAdding to tho gloom of his division, which realizes that Gormnny has bors of Mr. and Mrs. It. C. Mosloy, suffored a groat defeat, tho prisoner of Deavor Dam, Itoute 3, gavo th-s- o .said tho food given tho men was good peoplo a surprise dlnnor recentvory poor. Ho said that poor rations ly, In honor of Mrs. Moseloy's birthhad been especially notlcablo for tho day. Thoso present woro: Mr. anil last threo months. Tho only tlmo Mrs. Jack Monroe and children, of that good food ls served, ho said, Is Roslne; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Her, before tho Germans are to partici- Mr. nnd Mrs. Ezra Crowder, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Oldham, Heaver Dam, It. , pate In an offensive 3 j Mr. nnd "Mrs. It. C. McSherry, II Tho olllclal statomont roads: "Wo captured u few prisoners dur- 2; Mrs. John L. Dennett, Simmons; ing tho night in tho neighborhood Misses Geneva, Glendon and Clndor-ill- a Moslcy, Messrs. Flomon, Dolmar, southeast of Arof Nouvlllo-VlatssKarl, Elmn, David and Marshall ras. "Tho enemy's artillery was very Mosloy and Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Tho day was much enjoyactive last night opposite La nasseo Mosley. .and has shown somo activity nlso ed by all, and will long bo pleasantnorth of Dethuno and at different ly remembered by thoso present. i..-iv-al 60,-00o, thusiasm. An Associated Press dispatch from available Upon tho introduction of tho bill, Chamberlain announced Chairman tho Senate miltary commtteo would meet tomorrow to consider tho bill. Ho snld ho did not think hearings would bo necessary and only three or four days should bo required to report tho bill. Chairman Dent of the House committee said slnco only three members of the committee are In Washington it was doubtful whether tho bill could bo acted upon before the House re- his effort. Many persons said of Dr. Bruner's speech that It was the convened on August 19. strongest delivered hero slnco tho Suggestions made on the Senate beginning of the war. For strength, floor by Senator Curtis, of Kansas, force and timeliness, it has been comthat the Senate abandon its program pared only to the masterly effort of of recesses and perfunctory sessions Hon. E. T. Franks here sometlmo until August 24, if tho bill can be ago. Dr. Bruner will be assured of favorably reported by tho committee a big hearing at any tlmo ho may within a few days, wore endorsed by again visit Hartford. However, Senator Chamberlain. m Senate leaders now in the city said THE PRIMARY. any plans to this effect would be held In aboyanco until the committee could Little interest was taken in tho determlno just how much time would primary Saturday, and the vote was bo necessary for a thorough discus- unusually light. ' sion of the bil). The Republican race between Vt'on't Vt'ult For Order Numbers. and Bruner Is still In doubt, The bill would amend the present and It will require tho official count selective service act so as to require to determine it. Tho law provides tho registration of all men between this court shall be made fourteen 18 and 20 years and 32 and 45, in- days after the election. Judge W. E. Settle defeated Judge clusive. While tho total number of men In tho latter classes would to- Henson for the Democratic nominatal 10,028,973, Gen. Crowder esti- tion by a substantial majority. M. L. Heavrin won over F. J. Penmates tho number who would be elgl-lbl- o for clnss 1 would only be 601,-23- 6, tecost by between three hundred and owing to exemptions for depend- four hundred majority In their race ents or industrial and physical reas- for tho Republican nomination for ons. Between IS and 20 years his Judge of the Court of Appeals. With estimates show that 3,171,771 would ten counties officially reported, and register, whllo 1,787,609 men would with direct communication with' the clerks of tho four remaining counties bo eligible for class 1. After carrying out tho programme of tho district, Heavrin's majority for July and August, Gen. Crowder 'is 328. The counties not officially repointed out that onlyJ00,000 of the ported aro: Dutler, Monroe, Allen 1918 registrants class would bo left andtEdmonson. m Kandalaska, Russian Lapland, August 3, reported the landing of an allied detachment at Archangel after nit. imuxEirs speech. a revolution against the Bolshevlkl had occurred there, the Soviet troops Dr. Ben L. Bruner, of Louisville, being driven from tho city. Another delivered an address nt a patriotic Kandalaska message dated Sunday, church meeting at the Methodist August 4, and received Monday here Sunday to a large and enthu- night, announced that American siastic audience. It was the first forces had participated in the landtime a Hartford audience had heard ing and that the population of the th distinguished speaker, and It was city had received the troops with moro than pleased with his splendid cheering. speech. At the closo of tho meeting Japs Arc Ready. a great number of peoplo shook hands Toklo, Saturday, Aug. 3. Premier with the speaker and complimented Count Terauchi in a statement con- corning allied action in Siberia, said tho Japanese government would take further military measures In case the deposition of tho Czecho-Slovak- s manded It. The premier also indi cated that If the chaotic situation in the government Siberia continued might find it necessary to adopt suitable military measures to combat the Austro-Germa- n menace In the far east. DR. PENDLETON ENLISTS. In THE GREAT FIRE WAVE. The extreme heat wave grasping a greater part of the country early In the week may fairly bo described as a fire wave, so Intense and unprecedented the heat attending it. At many points in the country tho mercury ran higher than ever beforo known. Washington had a temperature running to 114. Evansvlle reported a reading of 108, Philadelphia 103 In the. observatory nnd 112 on the street, Louisville 112, and Chicago felt 111 degrees. Few prostrations were reported, owing to tho lack of humidity In tho atmosphere. Hartford felt 103 degrees. -- mm GREAT RALLY HERE. , OFFICIAL VOTE OF OHIO COUNTY PRIMARY ELECTION AUGUST 3, 1918. DEM. PARTY REPUBLICAN PARTY Judge C. U.S. Sclui-- I Judge C. U.S. Sena-Con-- 1 of Appeals tor gr.ss of Appeals tor a g j? a PRECINCTS. - e 2 3 . '. . . . SBSb ggfflo2.P?g r 2 S b ? : . 5 8 o . ,a 8 B w s 3 1 S . . : i . East Hartford West Hartford Mngan Cromwell Cool Springs North Rockport South Rockport Select Horso Branch Roslno East Heaver Dam West Heaver Dam McIIenry Contortown Smallhous East Fordsvlllo West Fordsvllle Aotnavlllo Shrevo . Olnton Duford Hofllu Coralvo Point Pleasant Narrows Ralph I0 17 2 5 8 29T33 33 22 27 7 II 1 2 1 Sulphur Springs Beda 39 20 30 9 10 4 26 9 3 5 7 1 10 C 30 11 11 8 17 12 17 16 2S 12 7 6 3 4 Z 25 23 7 39 26 27 9 16 6 - 0 4 1 0 3 0 2 3 3 1 50 59 25 37 20 37 16 15 7 21 0 1 1 37 46 11 16 9 6 3 6 -4 1 32 46 6 12 9 6 2 5 9 4 14 4 28 15 43 30 30 7 16 4 7 6 2 4 39 25 6 42 31 5 Bartlett 6 2 3 2 2 2 6 1 15 13 9 16 14 8 2 1 0 6 5 0 2 1 23 6 42 29 8 0 0 4 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 3 0 1 12 15 5 1 1 18 6 4 17 6 6 10 2198 2 2 4 1 4 16 18 10 0 0 0 0 0 1 15 12 25 23 11 23 12 17 24 12 13 22 17 6 9 2 7 7 0 1 1 1 7 4 13 11 24 20 9 10 5 2 2 4 2 1 16 10 15 23 8 13 21 6 5 11 2 6 4 1 1 1 21 7 5 16 5 4 11 23 7 7 3 26 7 7 3 12 27 8 7 4 2 0 0 1 43 9 4 42 9 1 Prentiss Horbort Arnold - Simmons Render 0 0 2 0 2 10 R 12 3 6 7 0 0 0 0 0 G2 0 1 11 7 6 8 17 7 9 0 0 1 3 2 5 0 6 10 2 0 3 Total .. -- . 153 C12 502 093 26 522 127 423 Dr. E. B. Pendleton has enlisted the medical department of the national army. He wns examined at Owensboro last week, passed the examination. and expects to be call ed within tho next thirty days. Dr. Pendleton's father, the late Dr. J. E. Pendleton, was a famous surgeon In tho Confederate army during the Civil War, and It Is tho ambition of tho son to emulate the labors of his distinguished father. "Dr. Gene," as the colored folks, and many of wo white folks delight to call him, Is a prince of good fellows as well as an efficient physician, and we shall reeret to lose him, but our good will, will follow him to his duties FISCxL COURT NOTES. on tho battlo fields of Europe where. wo hone that after relieving human The Fiscal Court met In special suffering ho may return to Hartford, session Wednesday and transacted safe and sound again. routine business. The court author m ized tho borrowing by the county of TUMBLES. ?8,000 for current expense use until THE TEMPLE tax collections aro made to coer, A wrecked and fallen Temple en- - tho amount. County Clerk Dlank:nshlp nnd Jailcaecd tho attention of the Ohio coun of witnesses, er Tlchenor were anpolnted a com ty court and a multitude Tuesday. It was a case In which Ev- mittee to dispose of the metal, oriole erett Maddox was charged with hav- and lumber loft from tho remodeling ing carnal knowledge of a female un of the jail. Tho purchasa of ono Rooter plow, dor sixteen years of age. The boy for uso on tho roads, v. as authorised. was nlso under sixteen years old. It was peculiarly a pitiable case at a cost of $45. County Attornoy was directed to Tho circumstances seem to bo that Temple, a parentless enforce the law requiring land own tho Klrl. Veola girl, of Hancock county, came into ers to keep the weeds and other obtho Fordsvllle country a few months struction from tho roads alongside ago, and proceeded to sow, with a their property. Esquires Rowo and Brown wero lavish hand, tho seeds of immprallty. She lived for a tlmo with tho family appointed a committee to build a of John Bellamy. Recently the girl brldgo across Lewis creek, on tho went bofore Esqulro Ben Rice and, Hartford and Rockport road. Tho court turned down a number after making a number of conflicting statements as to tho sharers of hor of nrojects-- involving tho unnecessary immorality, had a warrant issued for expenditure of tho county's funds. mm tho Maddox boy. Sho also mado af Esqulro Rico that John HOLSHEVIKI MAY DECLARE fidavit boforo WAR AGAINST JAPAN Bellamy had directed her as to whom chargo wth tho crme sho should London, Aug. 6. It is reported Judco Cook took jurisdiction In court, of the caso against from Moscow by way of Horllu that tbo Juvonlo Maddox, and nftor hearing tho evi- the Bolshovlkl Government In Russia war dence, committed tho boy to tho caro Is considering a declaration of says an Exchango of his father who gave bond for a acalnst Japan, Copenhagen faithful dtschnrgo of his duty to tho Tolograph dspatch from hnv. and with orders to make period Premier Lonlno, th" message adds, ic reports of tho boy's conduct. Tho against has ut to this tlmo been opposed to caso of subornation of perjury it Is believed that John Bellamy was dismissed when such action, butcompelled to declare tho girl swore with tho same breath Russia "will bo notwithstanding the fapt that that ho was both guilty and inno war. tho people aro opposed to any new cent. A Mr. Porter, uncle and guardian war." wln-the-w- ar to-da- y. patriotic The most successful meeting yet held in Hartford occurJudge W. D. red here yesterday. Cochran, of Maysvllle, Lieut. Gov. ernor James D. Black and Capt. Lu cas Guest, veteran of the Boer and addresses. world wars delivered Either of these distinguished men is t to address the most representative gathering in Kentucky, and their speeches wero replete with eloquence and interest. Capt. Guest's recounton ing of the horrible experiences many fields of battle was listened to with rapt attenMon. One of tho largest crowds ever seen In Hartford was here to listen to the distinguished visitors, and oil went away with spirit at high tide. th 'TSiWWWWpAllW'r mh ""isr.w t wum-- um.mM ) X X PATRONS Don't Forget That on and After Aug. 10th, The Subscription Price of The HBESEjjH H , X X 1 y x X X Hl Ih 1 SHIi b h 9Pa L H X x x X i WILL BE $1.50 PER YEAR ! ! ! ! Provided You Reside Within, The First, Second or Third Zone. I If You Reside in the Fourth Zone or Beyond We Must Get $1.75 For a Year's Subscription. ? Those Who Wish to Pay Up t Today may do so, and secure The Republican to Aug. 10th, 1919, at the old rate of $1.00. t i I We Offer No Apologies for The Increase The paper is worth the price we ask for it, besides it is utterly impossible to issue and deliver through the mails at a less price. We heartily appreciate your past patronage and certainly court a continuance of the same, and, we assure you, that it will be our earnest desire to give you a r. Country Weekly well worth the Price. "JglK?-nr3a'j"wth'f..yy.rn-,.- X, '" GERMANS DEALT - . SMASHING BLOW Full Scope of Allied Victory Cannot Yet Be Gauged. . Washington, Alsno-Mnrn- Aug. 4. Evidence thnt tlio Gorman armies ejected from o tho salient lmvo been dealt n smashing Mow caiiio from nil quarters. Losses In men, guns nnd war material sustained by tho cnoiny, It Is Indicated, nro so great that tho full scopo nf tho victory ennnot yot bo gauged. Gen. Pershing's olllclal report covering yesterday's operations for tho first tlmo cant aside nitlltnry reserve nnd declared "tho full fruits of victory" had been realized. Even ns hln messngn was being given out, nowovcr, now reports from Franco showed thnt further ndvnncos had y been realized nnd tho enemy's flanks had been turned. It seemed fnco of theao roportu, pertain , thnt ho could not halt even nt tho AIriio unless ho mnsscs many moro reserves to rollovo pressuro against tho beaten nnd disorganized forces of tho Oormnn Crown I'rlnce. Vc-l- o Flood Helps Allies. Flooded streams lmvo ngaln Intervened In bchnlf of tho allied armies, ns nt tho Plnvo In tho Itallnn counter stroke Tho rise of tho Vesle tho German rear guard apparently throw Into confusion tho wholo German organization protecting the withdrawn! of tbu main nrmles. It was not clear whether Gen. Pershing's messngo reporting thntS,400 prisoners nnd 13.1 guns had been captured by tho Americans nlonc, included those taken In yesterdny's swift rush to Kismes or only those of the preceding period of tho counter offensive. It wns regarded ns probable however, that tho captures innilo yesterdny wero still to bo roported. Other roports indicate lnrgo captures of both men nnd guns in tho rush to tho Vesle. Iteports that tho enemy wns hurrying new reserves from tho north to support his shnttorcd lines now boyotvl the Solssons-Khclm- s front, attracted particular nttentlon hero. If Mio German reserves in KInnders nnd Vlckardy nre withdrawn, it was regarded ns certain that tho nibbling tactics of tho Urltlsh on both these fronts would bo extended without delay to an effort to forco tho enemy jfcll of tho salient ho holds nt these two points. New Retreat Sljjnlflnint. Tho German retlrment southeast of .Montdldlor may bo significant. To somo olllccrs it appeared possl-bl- o thnt Gon. Foch would hurl his victorious nrmles, which have already crossed tho Alsno near Soissons. north nnd west from that point toward thd lino of tho Olse. Should the German disorganization prove serious enough to permit tho Allies to extend their victories northward n flank attack might bo projected through tho Plcnrdy front with hopes rults could bo that tho Aisno-Marn- o Standing ngaln nloug duplicated. tho OIso and with sutllclcnt forces avnllnblo to continuo on tho offensive tho French would threaten tho Gormnns In this wholo great nroa from tho south, whilo a British front from tho Albert-Arra- s would form tho north Jaw of the to-daon-thbo-hl. north of tho Alsno, canOfficers say it denot bo foretold, pends upon thn plnns of larger strategy thnt has boon formed. Mnny of them bellovo, however, thnt unless thero should bo u wholly unexpected collnpso or tho German military mnchlno it would not bo wlso to press tho Alsno until tho other snllonts in Flanders nnd Picknrdy had been overcome. Third of Foito Crippled. ofAs tho situation looks ficers said, tho cnoiny has virtually nothing to show for tho Inbor nnd lives ho expended during May nnd .luno In forcing his way to tho Mnrno. As n debit ho hns already lost in his withdrawal enough prisoners, guns nnd mntcrinl to crlpplo probably n third of his total forco of tho western front, nnd tho remaining group of tho nrmles is regarded ns out of any offensive bnttlo for tho present year. In nddttlon, ho faros the winter canmpnlgn with his military record showing thnt ho has been soundly beaten, which cannot Improve conditions cither In tho German nrmy or In Germnny, and which might well bring tho tottering to n Government crash. Word of tho allied victories Is certain to reach tho Austrian peoples. The presenco of American troops on tho Italian front will tend to confirm for tho Austrian army nil thnt they hear of what has transpired In France. Tho effect ennnot bo foretold. s, to-da- NEW REVENUE BILL othor costly Items that delight the femlnlno heart. Ono member of the CASUALTY LIST who was charged $3.20 Is strongly favoring a tnx on hotel nnd rcstnurnnt bills abovo a fixed amount. Ccrtnln nrtlclos of Jewelry may nlso bo Included. committee, WILL DOUBLE TAXES for his lunch FOR WEEK. 1,430 Corporations, Brokers And 283 Reported On Sunday Is Mail Order Houses Largest Number For Rockport Amazed Any Day. Hit. By Sudden Action , Tho quick action of puro Lavoptlk oyo wnsli is startling. A school boy Washington Taxes on tho capltnl stock of cor- had oyo strain so badly ho could not porations, brokers nnd theaters nnd read. A week's uso of Lavoptlk sur- Marino Corps from ovorseas other places of nmuscmnt, nnd on prised his teacher so much used mere Is more Catarrh In this section of the country than all other diseases put together, and for years it was supposed to bo Incurable. Doctors prescribed local remedies, nnd by constantly falling to cure with local treatment, pronounced it incurable. Catarrh Is a. local disease, greatly influenced by constitutional conditions and therefore requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrli Medicine, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, Is a constitutional remedy, Is taken Internally nnd acts thru tho .UIooil on the Mucous Surfaces of the System. Ono Hundred Dollars reward is offered for nny case that Hall's Catarrh ,Medl:lne falls to cure. Send for circulars nnd testimonials. V. J. CHUNKY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by DrugRlsts, 76c. Hall's Family fills for constipation. WHAT MAKES YOU LAUGH WHEN YOU ARE TICKLED Tho habit of tickling is supposed to dangerous, nccordlng to physicians. Tho ticklish areas nro located over tho least protected parts of tho body, where dellcnto vltnl organs nro to ho protected. Tho reason for tho tlcklishncss is thnt the skin is highly sensltivo thero nnd "aware" of Intrusion, as a means of protection from posslblo injury. This sensitiveness, or nwnrcnos3,1 tho physicians say, is n relic of tho ancesdays when man's tors had to guard their lives constantly ngalnst creeping Insects and tho heavy penetrating pressure of nnlmnls' teeth. This is why, according to this theory, tho tickle Is elicited principally by a light running motion over tho skin and by sudden prods. Tho reaction, in this ngo, Is n violent dlschargo of energy in tho form of laughter and efforts to bo freo. Ilut It Is easy to imagine tho shrieks of terror or pain that might have been tho forerunner of tho laughter. Humanity takes ages to outgrow its prehistoric impulses. bo somewhat ic re-Il- tho manufacturers of tobacco, were doubled for tho now rovonuo bill by tho ways nnd means committee today. Now taxes written into tho bill wcro n tax of 1 per cent on tho ll sales of mall order houses doing n business of $100,000 or ovor; n tax of 10 por cent of tho salo of seats of stock, produce and grain exchanges, and n tnx of 20 per cnt on tho dues or fees paid by all members of the associations. Tho tnxes agreed upon by tho committee today, In addition to the taxes on automobiles, gnsollno, theater admissions, previously decided upon, will yield, It is estimated, closo to one billion dollars. Tho tax on tho capital stock of corporations, Joint stocks nnd associations is 50 cents for each $1,000 of tho stock; it will bo $1 .under the new bill. Tho assessments-- . or corporations will ho In addition to the Income tax nnd tho excess profits tnx provided for in other sections of tho bill. Tho circus tax Is raised from $100 to $200, and proprietors of bowling alloys nnd billiard rooms will pay $10 for each alley or tabic in place of the $5 tnx now paid. Ilaseball parks will bo assessed $20 Instead of $10. The doubling of tnx on manufacturers of tobacco, cigars and cigarettes will chnugo tho schedule of taxes ns follows: Manufacturers whoso annunl salo are not over 50,000 pounds, old tax $3, new tax $6; not over 100,000 pounds, old tax $G ,new tnx $12; not over 200,000 pounds, old tax $12, new tax $24; In excess of 200,000 pounds, old tax 8 cents per 1,000 pounds, new tax 1C cents per 1,000 pounds. Cigar Manufacturers' Thy. ro-tn- she old mother. ONE WASH showed ,boncnt. A small bottlo is guaranteed to bonofit EVERY CASE it for her weak, strained or inflamed eyes. Tho QUICK result is astonishing. Aluminum oyo cup FREE. Harrel Bros, druggests nt Rockport. 3 - When tho baby is suffering the doublo affliction of hot weather and bowel disorders, tho remedy needed Is McGco's Iiaby Elixir. It reduces the f6verlsh condition, corrects the stomach and checks looseness of tho bowels. Prlco 25c nnd 50c per bottle. Sold by Ohio County Drug Com' pany. m NAVY CALLS FOK ' NURSES. (Hy Mary King.) Following up my article of last week about tho training schools for army nurses, to bo established thru-otho country, I would llko to remind the women who are considering entering tho service as nurses that tho navy is now in need of and is . calling for nurses for m 11 Ha !, and public servlco. Surgeon General Bralsted has mado the following statement In regard to this service: "Never before in history has there been such a great opportmnlty for the nursing profession to como forward nnd render tho greatest service posslblo to mankind in the caring for sick and wounded. A large number of nurses will bo required not only immediately, but for some timo after tho war has ended, to restore to health, comfort and usefulness the maimed nnd injured who have suffered because of the enormous struggle now being waged In ut Aug. 4. Army nnd roported casualties during tho week ending Increased 1,430, compared with 1,050 tho week before. Total casualties reported aro 15,190, Including nrmy list of 283 tho largest number yet reported In a singlo day and Marino Corps list of two. Whilo as yet no figures on casualties In tho great allied offensive in which American troops nro playing so conspicuous a part havo been received ,tho increase in the dally army lists undoubtedly Is duo In part to this fighting. The increase for the week was 1,384. Tho Marino Corps lis.t increased only forty-si- x for the seven days. In tho 15,196 casualties, total deaths, including 291 men lost at sea, nion killed in notion, died of wounds, disease, accidents and other causes numbered 6,144 army men 5,410, marine 734. Tho wounded aggregate S.264 army men 7,044, marines 1,220. The missing, Including army men 710, prisoners, total 7S marines 78. to-da- y, to-da- express himself "ns ho soes it," but ono, who seizes upon every opportunity to critlciza and omphnslzo the potty errors that dally creep Into the conduct of men, both in privnto nnd. official life, can hardly hope that such n courso will arlso to tho dignity of constructive helpfulness. But this should not hinder n good, strong, straightforward, constructive policy of tho county's officers in their efforts to lead Ohio county substantial-- . ly forward during tho years that lia ahead. It will tako money It will tnko proper assessment of property nnd collections of taxes; It will take wisdom In tho expenditure of the money; it will tnko n healthy, wholc-som- o of all. But none of theso things is impracticable. Thcso aro days of big things. Tho small matters of bins and prodjudlce and selfishness should find no place in the county's affairs in theso days fraught with such mighty responsibilities. Just ns tho inefficient and worn tools and implements should bo laid aside, for moro and effective ones, so should all littleness nnd petty policies of trifllng-ncs- s and selfishness bo compelled to givo placo to big plans of enoVgetlc, progress. It is hoped and expected that the splendid citizenship of Ohio county will lay off its coat, as it were, and t will go to work for tho progress of tho county with tho same te , and-uplif- spirit and determination that characterize Ohio county's citizenship In its effort to do its part toward winning tho present war nnd making the world, including Ohio county, not only a decent, but a fine place to live. m Stomach nnd Liver Troubles. No end of misery Europe. of tho called upon in the same way as in the medical profession to render the utmost servlco of which it is capable "Trained personnel is necessary for success. It is not duly the duty.but also mandntojy that every trained nurso who is capable of serving should come forward at this tlmo and tako up that part of the burden which is hers. thousand, nurses are "Soveral needed to wait upon tho personnel of tho navy at tho largo hospitals In this country, as wll as several naval base hospitals in European waters. Unless tho personnel of tho navy receives adequate medical and nursing nttentlon tho control of tho seas must suffer. I therefore urge all the women nurses of training and experience who are physically and professionally capable of rendering service to como forward and enroll for duty. Preliminary enrollment has been placed In the hands of the American Red Cross. Under congressional law, officers of tho navy are authorized to accept civil assistance from this great humanitarian organization which has to date so capably fulfilled its purpose." We have had our Liberty Loan campaigns, food and fuel conservation campaigns, War Savings Stamp drives, and countless other war acNow the public tivity campaigns. urged to start a "save a nurso" is campaign, which Is to discourage employment of Individual nurses for singlo patients, except In serious Wherever possible, those cases. In need of nursing attention are asked to apply to hospitals or call on tho visiting nurses. This appeal for nurses for the navy follows directly the call for army nurses. Both branches of tho service havo designated tho Red Cross as recruiting or enrolling agency for military nurses who are eligible for war service. Married nurses and others who havo, for ono reason or another, given up their profession are asked to return to prnctlco, or to give somo tlmo each week to a hospital or visiting nurses' association, or to help In diet kitchens, dispensaries, or other public health conservation activities. This appeal is also directed to tho graduates of high schools and colleges to enroll themselves as student nurses in somo military or civil hospital, and thereby release graduate nurses for servico with tho army "Tho nursing profession country i 4'ap. Whether Gen. Foch will seek fto enrry his lines hack to tho Chenttn- - .MOTHERS TO BE Should Read Mrs. Monyhan's Letter Published by Her Permission. Mitchell, Ind. "LydiaE. Plnkham'a Vege tnblo Compound helped mo so much during uia timo i wns lookinpforwnrd to tho coming of my little one thnt I am, recommending it to lo-da- othcroxpoctant gained in strengtn nnd wa3 able to go around and do all my housework. My baby when seven months old weighed 19 pounds and I feel I better than I lmvo for a long time.- so never had any medicino do mo JNch good. "Mrs. Pearl Monyuan, Mitchell. Ind. Good health during maternity Is a most Important factor to both mother and child, and many letters havo been received by tho Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass., telling .of health res tored during this trying period 4by tho use of Lydiu IJ. Piukhum's Vec , table Compound. i u ' mrmK t mothers. Boforo taking it, somodnys I suttered with neu. rnlgia so badly that I thoucrht I could not live, but after taking threo bottles of LydiaE. Pink-ham- 's Vo go tnblo Compound 1 was entirely roliovod of neuralgia, 1 had ?W - Manufacturers of cigars whose annunl sales nro not ovor 50,000 cigars, old tax $2, new tnx $4; not over 100,000 cigars, old tax $3, new tax $G; not over 200,000 cigars, old tax $6, new tnx $12; not over 400,-00- 0 cigars, old tax $12, new tax $24; in excess of 400,000 cigars, old tax flvo cents per 1,000 cigars, new tax 10 cents por 1,000. Manufacturers of cigarettes, including small cigars weighing not moro than three pounds por thousand, old tax threo cents for eyery 10,000 cigarettes, now tax six cents per 10,000. The only instance thus far of any being reduced was in tho matter of tho 10 per cent tax on Pullman scats and berths, which tho committee decided to rcduco to clgh pter cent to conform to tho rate on passenger fares. Tho reduction was made at the request of tho railroad adminSurgeons agree thnt in cases of istration in order to simply the new Cuts, Hums, Bruises nnd Wounds, scrip and mileage hooks, which are tho first treatment is most impor- about to bo Issued.' tant. When nn efficient antiseptic It was decided to leavo all the is applied promptly, thero is no dan- stamp taxes on deed's, notes and ger of infection nnd tho wound be- other negotiable instruments the For use on same as they are' in tho present gins to heal at once. man or beast, Uorozono Is tho ideal law. antiseptic and healing ngont. Buy A tax of 10 per cent on tho salo It now nnd be ready for nn emergenprice of private yachts was- agreed cy. Prcle 25c, 50c, J1.00 nnd $1.50. upon, although it was admitted that Sold by Ohio County Drug Co . m not much rovenuo may bo expected m from that source ItKTIUED MINERS Dogs and Cotton Escapes. RETURN TO PICKS Tho committee rejected a proposal to tax dogs and to put a tax of $3 Secretary of War Newton D. Hakor halo on cotton. Both propositions deeply impressed with tho patriotic vero submitted by Representative spirit manifested by tho ono hundred Mooro of Pennsylvania. ' He suggestnnd fifty inino workors of Morcor ed that a tax of $5 a head on dogs county, Pn who, though retired on would produco a largo amount of revaccount of ngo, went hack to work j enue and also rcduco tho devastations as soon as thoy ioarneti or mo coun- of sheop-killln- g dogs by compelling try's vital need for moro coal, wroto such unlicensed animals to bo shot. y a letter of appreciation to Only two members of tho commlt-to- o United States Fuel Administrator voted for tho dog tax. Harry A. Garfield. Ho wroto: Tho cotton tax was opposed by evWar Department, Washington, July ery member of tho committee from 30th, 1918. tho cotton growing States, but only I was My dear Mr. Garfield: ono othor mombor besides Mr. Moore groatly impressed when 1 learned re- voted for it. Mr. Mooro said that cently about ono hundred and fifty with tho present price of cotton nnd retired miners in Mercer county, Pa., tho .present rate of production tho recognizing tho nation's urgent neod 3 tax ought to produce between of increased fuel, had volunteorod to and $30,000,000. go back to tho mlnos and servo thdlr Several members from tho grain country there. growing States opposed tho tax beThis is tho spirit which freo and cause thy feared it might lead to a liberal government always engen- reprisal b tho cotton men in tho ders and which Insures tho triumphs shape of a tax on grain. of our arras and aims. I should Ilko, J Tho special committee consisting through you, to send n personal of Representatives Hull, Holvlng and greeting to these heroes of tho pick. Mooro, hold a conforenco today on Cordially yours, tho subject of determining what arNEWTON D. HAKER, ticles in tho Treasury Department's Secroary of War. luxury list should bo taxed. : The committee has practically that a luxury tax can well bo FOR FLETCHER'S applied to cortaln articles of expensive wear, such as silks, laces and $25,-000,0- 00 Apply a cotton cloth wet with Bal- lard's Snow Liniment to all wounds, cuts burns ,sores or blisters, and note Us wonderful healing power. It is prompt and very effective. Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold m by Ohio County Drug Co. Children Ory R do-cld- ed CAST.O 'A Summer Complaint. fering is caused by disorders of tho During tho hot weather of the stomach nnd liver, and may be avoided by the uso of Chamberlain's Tab- summer months somo member of allets. Givo them a trial. They only most every family is likely to be loosecost a quarter. m troubled with an unnatural ness of tho bowels, nnd it is of the greatest importance that this be FOIt OHIO COUNTY. treated promptly, which can only be The county officers of Ohio county done when the medicine Is kept at Mrs. F. F. Scott, Scottsvllle, hope to form a plan" of pooling their hand. energies and calling moro strongly N. Y states, "I first used Chamupon their resources with tho view berlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remof making at least some general ad- edy as much,as flvo years ago. At vancement and taking a few stops that time I had a severe attack of. of general progress for tho county. summer complaint and was sufferWhilo the efforts and policies of tho ing Intense pain. One dose relievofficers will bo general, yet two of ed me. Other members of my famthe chief matters of attention and ily have since used it with like rem v., concern are the public roads of the sults." mm county nnd illiteracy. Every departHOW HORSES GO TO SLEEP. ment of the county can, by taking toan interest, contribute something Horses seldom Ho down to sleep. ward tbe county's progress and Throughout their entire lives most with reference to these two matters' and every department of them sleep whilo standing on will do so, whilo still having due re- their feet. Tho reason for this is gard for general enforcement of law, believed to bo that tho horses nra and husbanding the county's interests afraid that an Insect might crawl into their nostril?. This is a very and resources generally. It- - is conOhio county is a large, powerful likely explanation when sidered that a horse's nostrils nre county and has large quantities of farming land, minerals, including the most sensitive part of his body. be removed. coal and oil, reasonable railroad fa- If the insect could not It cduld easily irrltuto a horse to cilities, and above all a splendid citizenship. Its patriotism and loyal- death. Many horses will ty in peace and in war has been dem- down because they hrivo once been "foundered," that Is, unable to get onstrated in many fine ways. up unassisted. The county has a large number of Another curious fact about a sleephighways and plenty of good ground ing horse is that he seems always to upon which good road beds can be keep his faculties working. II 13 cars, made. Its citizenship really wants keep constantly, twitch good roads and there is, In fact, a for instance, ing, and he seems to hear the slightfine public spirit and public sentiest noise. Because of this, it would ment In favor of good roads if only probably bo impossible for a man to that spirit may receive tho proper enter a stable quietly enough to preencouragement and support. The vent his waking up every horse In. State has a number of good laws and it. Horses act peculiarly also in an efficient Department of Public time of fire. They will burn to death Roads conductive to splendid results rather than rush out from tho stalls. efin obtaining and maintaining an ficient system of public roads, and if these laws and the Department of Public Roads receive the proper obA new! servation and enforcement, there is no reason why the result should not be a system of public highways In Ohio county equal to that In tho very best counties in tho State. Its people want them and aro entitled to them; its officers are willing to do their part to bring about this condition. Perhaps the thing that is needed is a better spirit and between the officers and tho people. The county Is well supplied with splendid school teachers and splen yet through- did school buildings out its length nndbredth there still lurks a material percentage of illiteracy. If the county's highways when you rcflnteh furnituro and woodwork yourself witlt were well opened nnd put In good condition for travel and It its schools wore brought Into active, efficient service both day and night if necessary until the eradication of illiteracy were accomplished, it could not be gainsaid that Ohio county was badly well on tho road to a splendid progJJO matter how doors, scratched your can ress. you floors or furniture, Tho officers nro entirely serious easily restore them with'ono in their plans and undertakings and coat of Peo Gee The cost Is email, the results thoy have the confidence In the splenare great. did citizenship of the county to beIt conies In all sizes, from llovo they will receive a hearty and 15c up. Made in 20 Natural unbiased support. Thoy invito sugWood and Enamel Colors. White Gold und Silver. gestions from experienced and interCO, Uc ested persons everywhere, and even Louisville, Kyj reproof where such should bo neces sary. Petty criticisms of matters J. H. Williams, lliirtfof-d.Ky- . Reaver D.un Tin On, Ileum- whilo annoying and in fact hindering Is doubtless to be expected and will Uaui, Ky. This Is bo tolerated with, patience. America, and every ouo is entitled and actual suf- nflie fine faMrfoij noThm practically You Save Money PEASLEE-GAULBER- T , t .; The Hartford Republican" n V JW I WT(J"'"fi li il'fP) iWWMJ, .. " TnT wzxrf Pi lll) been moved near tho south bank of hc new owner, Is Worth Bingham tho Veslo nnd tho Gcmnn.i apparSTRAY STREAKS distinguished and wealthy citizen a ently discovering thli (art. had sent Bcrvl-- o of Louisville, and his piiollc a battalion to a hill pi sltlon to pre (IJy Fluko McFluko.X as Mayor of tin city and his porfoiul Published Weekly by vent the Americans from ciuiyinj; pi'.'dte-HoI he nAitTKoiu) printing company high chara'tv warrant A detachment rf out their plan. To Men Only. that '.hwo newspapers will he Incorporated mnchin) kiinners, lines A V. D.'s haven't been crack American If your B. W. S. TINSLEY, conducted aiJtig iho best C. E. SMITH, sticking to you closer than any broth- IiowoVbr, previously had tcken an modern Journal'!!'. President lo er, during tho past few days, then by elevated position comnia'idl.ir. the cation nnd opened flro wncn tho ""Judge Selttlc, tho Democratic nom- shot there's something radically Editor JOHN HENRY THOMAS Germans appeared wrong with you. W. S. TINSLEY, Aosoclato Editor inee for Judge of th Court of ApObservers reported that tiny did against peals, has a Just grlovanco nnd Business) Malinger. get away of n few sharks whose not see a slnglo German Wo know tho Democrats of Ohio county. When from tiic- leaden hall nnd, a 'cording life haunts nnd dally efforts aro concaso was to the list accounts, not evci enemy Entered nccordlng to law nt tho tho "Get on tho ballots" tho Court of Appeals last fall tinuously nmongst Postofflce, Hartford, Ky., as mall thn stretcher bearers approa-'hoJudge Scttlo dissented from tho ma- 365 days In each and every year. natter ot tho second class. The Germans rcpi'cd iij jority opinion, and it Is reported that feebly wIMi their fire, becaus of tho Tho Old Men's S. S. Clnss, into to ho rushed to tho telephone called Address nil communications Wc want to direct your attention and ask you or other drifted, surprise, that there were no Amerup tho Democratic leaders here, arid which wo somehow Tho Hartford Republican. ican rasu.HIes. to carefully compare the prices at which we offer told thorn of his action. Such loy-alt- y has been prono to nag us Just a bit fishIn an hour of need should hnvo on account of our fondness for VOHU" TAXES NOW DUE. these goods as against the prices the same goods are NOTICE TO SUIlSCIUHEnS. been rewarded with a better voto In ing, but a Sunday or so ago, when of tho class to papor sent tho primary Saturday. we called attention Subscribers desiring tho sold at in retail stores generally. to n new address must glvo tho old I HAVE NOW RECEIVED THE tho fact that when Christ called his request. address In making tho Our Position on the Question of Price and QualReports from Russia aro that tho Apostles, he selected a largo portion TAX BILLS FROM THE COUNTY Business Locnls and Notices 10c war on Ja- of tho 12 from among good fisher- CLERK AND WILL BE IN MY OF per lino, and Be per lino for addition- Rolshovlkl will declare ity: Quality with us is always the first consideraal Insertion. pan, and military conditions in Iho men, none could explain tho 'where- FICE SIX DAYS IN THE WEEK TO Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards RECEIVE YOUR TAXES. ON AC tion. Price can not be determined until quality has may again become Interesting. fores of tho inntter. of Thanks, Cc per line, money In ad- east COUNT OF THE ASSESSMENT BE Japan has already n considerable vance. been fully established, for the very good reason that and ING DELAYED, I RECEIVED THE esteemed A certain highly Church Notices for services free, army In Siberia and French, British Be per line. and Amercan solders aro being sent worthy member of one of tho local TAX BILLS SEVERAL WEEKS but other advertisements, quality is in itself the first great measure of value, Anonymous communications will MATERIALLY WHICH thcro In significant numbers. There churches discovered last Sunday on LATE, receive no attention. therefore, measures the meaning of price. will bo little surprise if tho flames of Approaching church that ho had SHORTENS THE TIME FOR COLa conflagration again overlooked putting on his collar and LECTING TAX. AND MUST INSIST war break Into TELEPHONES. soon In Russia. At most, tho turn tie and of courso had to back track UPON PEOPLE CALLING AT MY 123 Cumberland neck-weOFFICE AT ONCE FOR SETTLECO affairs are taking In that part of the it for homo to don the Fnrmcrs Mutual Merworld will make It necessary for Ger and on nrrlvlnc home after S. S., MENT OF THEIS TAXES. S. A. BRATCHER, S. O. C. a considerable army ho discovered that ho had left his many to maintain AUGUST 0 m : FRIDAY on the eastern front, and thnt will Biblo In tho class room and ho likepower In tho west. wise had to foot It back to tho SALARY SCHEDULE FOR OHIO weaken tho Hun COUNTY TEACHERS, 11MH-Ichurch for the forgotten BUilo. Had The day of Pentecost did not fully .... .a Henry what would the The American people should tafce It been John come. - .. f - ' 4 " , Assistant teacher, $37.00. thought for the years ahead. They, question and answer havo been? Emergency school, 2nd class cer army Is of a retiring are now drunk with commercial Tho German booze tificate, Initial salary, $41.00. Since this doggon bone-dr- y war must sometime but tho disposition. Emergency school, 2nd class certi end, and a readjustment of business law becomo so effectively affecting ficate, 2 or more years experience, more people in our neighbor" ; And Press Kimball's dream was conditions must follow. Tho War there's ended, millions of laborers mUst go hood making applo elder than you $45.00 a nightmare. 2nd class school, 2nd class certifi Into tho industrial field in search of ever heard tell of. Our wifo even Quality with us is our first aim and the high' The change will come makes a little bit about every other cate, 2 or more years experience, employment. Amid soaring prices mercury Is wage day. They are just kinder making $47.00. suddenly. Tho present fabulous est consideration. You can save much money by notably hlghor, Emergency school, 1st class certi scale will be reduced, and perhap3 vinegar, don't you know? to sort 'o ficate, initial salary, $47.00. buying of us. Get our prices. country pickle the main purpose, I guess. Criminals aro respectively urged tho gravest danger to tho Emergency school, 1st class certi disturbances. The to defer any violent Infraction of the will be In labor Though his wife don't know it, ficate, 2 or more years experience, tremendous waste of war must be law while tho Jail Is being recelled. all together tho Uncle Joe Robertson has gotten to $49.00. repaired, and taken 2nd class school, 1st class certifi do not look be about ten times worse than Old Editor Greep must have been a vic- years following the war Man Jlggs ever was when it comes cate, Initial salary, $49.00. tim of the heat. Two cold weather bright. 2nd class school, 1st class certifi to going to the bathing beach each editorials, and the mercury a hunWe all hope for Senator James' and every afternoon. Then, wo un- cate, 2 or more years experience, dred In the shade. early recovery from his long contin- derstand that he tells Mrs. Robert $51.00. 1st class school, 1st class certifl- ued Illness, but there Is a notable son ho works late, to account ior We have It upon the authority of press notices of his con- keeping supper for cate. Initial salary, $51.00. her waiting difference in the Hartford Herald and Judge Hen-so- n dition before and after the Primary. 1st class school, 1st class certifiHARTFORD, KENTUCKY. him. Judge Settle Is not a resithat Democate, 2 or more years experience district, Just before the primary the dent of the Second Appellate were burdened newspapers $53.00. HAIL INSURANCE. and Is clearly ineligible to hold the , cratic GO cents additional per month when with reports of his rapid improvement ofllce if elected. Thp Hm'l Storm Season is the average attendance based on cen that his condition was seror denials Tncnv-- V VnnrTnhaPCO Jius., exceeds CO per cent for the term Monday's report read, "The J.1U1VI TTorn . wmm. vrv.-AliWW "The law has been disregarded for ious. of Senator James remains TTTOWN" JTivr- - Provided that a dally record Is kept years" does not sound good, condition UAL, T. forty He Is not permitted to With unchanged. vessel. Thcro was no loss of life, of tho attendance of each student. LURK coming irom a juubo ul wo uit,.... . 3t2 Also, 50 cents per month for each SUBMARINEOFF EASTERN COAST tho crew being rescued. ford, Ky. state, whose function It Is receive visitors court in the ..additional 10 per cent added to the to see that all laws on the statute anu momuen Ul primary ne was re WASHINGTON'S COOK above attendance, based on the cenilv. Before the Washington, Aug. 6. Two or moro ' When ou havo Backacho tho liver books are binding upon the people. kidneys nro sure to bo out of gear. IS BURIED HERE sus. ported to be sitting up, reading the aro lurking In or Approved by tho County Board hostile submarines Try Sanol, it does wondors for tho nn.l chatting wltn menus. encouraging sjb" i. Secretary of Uvor( kldnoya nnd binddor Atlantic coast waters. gulled. Our mention last weok of ono ot August Gth, 101S. A trial thJuussian aro awakening But only tho gullible were . m ,rnlinesB resulting from and there appears to be reason for Washington's soldiers being burled tho Navy Daniels today declared that 50c bottlo will convince you. Get It . , " i...w -nlimit thn spun. in Ohio county, brings to light the Navy Department 4C-tho uuuu v. if- tho grave apprcucuiu" SALE. was Ifils. belief of of tho onlnlon. at tho drug storo the poison of Socialism, and Thnv aro nlllf fact that anothor soldier, even more FARM LAND FOR prolonged, may again tor's condition. war be much GAMBLED TOO LONG. ho added, that at least two, and pos-- ; Intimately associated with tho great appear with her armies on the field are off ouri remote ages, when tho volume general, Is burled here. sibly three, In for aid of tho allies. Buck Sparks, an Owensboro char- About six hundred acres coast of history will bo too large for the In tho early days of the revolution rfipnrd of other than the most Import Thomas Pender, great Grand fathor of No. 1 farming land,known Thls is tho first tlmo that subma-- , actor, notorious ns a gambling den If the Republicans of Henderson ant events, General Pershing's speech of Mr. W. P. Render, of Matanzas, rlnes "in force," such ns was prom- - operator, gambled too long, and thecounty should go into Judge Henson's 'tomb of Lafayette will be re- came to America from ' Wales, and as the J. F. Collins farm on iscd upon tho first visit of n raider, penalty of hla lndulgenco Li a year at tho Court and ask for an injunction to corded. Perishing Is not known to asked for service in tho continental the Hartford and Beaver havo been reported in Amorlcan wa- - at EddyvIIIo. Sparks was convicted " prevent putting Judge Settle's name Daviess Circuit Court tho American people as an orator, army. He was too young for .neiu About 125 acres ters. steamship has fallon victim, I" tno of operating a gambling on a on the ballot, becauso he is not a and when he delivered the utterance service, but was made a cook In tho Dam pike. chargo houso Ono legal resident of the district, what that will live in history as long as tent of the commander ot tho great in cultivation and balance tho oil tanker O. B. Jennings, which and given a sentence of ono year In Judgment be? would the Judge's he the American and French races Im- general. He was with Washington cut over land, well drained. was sunk Sunday 100 miles off the tho penitentiary, which sentence hebegan sorvlng Monday. The caso Is ho was voicing an Virginia coast. through tho gloomy winter at Valloy little dreamed The primary in Kentucky Satur- mortal sentence. Nearly a century Forge. At the battle of the Cow- - Will be sold in tracts to suit The department has also received unusual, in that few penitentiary day was the quietest ever held in tho and a half ago Lafayette camo to tho pens tho Americans captured a quan- purchaser. For further in- - reports that another submarine was sentences havo been inflicted for , State. Neither party seemeu 10 i houses, In Ken-woff tho Barncgat coast. This orating gambling f th AmeriCan colonies, when tity of tho British officers' stores, ormation and terms, see M. any Interest In it. Little more than but for his timely aid their fortune8 among which was a quantity ot cham scene of most ot tho activity tucky. Only ono such caso has been tho 50.000 votes, out of a possible total wnre in doubt, and after tho lapse paign. Young Pender had tho ex H., or W. H. UULLlINa.rlart- - of tho first underwater craft that boforo tho Court of Appeals. Sparks v polled. The Demot 500,000, were 6-- tf attempted to appeal his caso but attacked American shipping. of that long period, Perishing, com citing experience while drinking from ford, Ky. ocratic newspapers made a headline The Jennings was sunk by gunfire through somo error In the prepara-an- d of tho American forces in a bottle to havo the neck of the botmander campaign to get out the vote. 30 ot her survivors havo boon tlon of tho papers for appeal the France, stood by the tomb ot the one tle shot away by a British bullet. CAMP SHERMAN NOW Young Pender was with Washinglimn benefactor of his country, and POPULATION landed at Norfolk. Tho captain and caso did not reach tho higher court. HAS RECORD Judge Settle has been in oflico simply said, "Lafayette, we are here." ton at historic Yorktown when tho 13 of tho crew aro still missing. Tho Such offenders havo usually been, years and has drawn, $110,-00- 0 twenty-si- x sentence, eloquently simple anu British general, Cornwallis, made tho Aug. 6. Camp vessel was of 7,890 net tons and when convicted nt all, lot off with That Camp Sherman, 0 in salaries from tho State, Treas- simply eloquent, was freighted with final surrender of British authority owned by the Standard Oil Company, trifling fines. Commonwealth's At- Sherman's population today was ury. Would it not bo a good time RepubThus far none of tho hostile U- - tornoy Smith last wlntor went nfter gratitude of tho Imperial figure, giv over tho American colonies. Ho was and according to this precedent tho ll to establish a great French also Intimately acquainted with La- en out officially at tho cantonment bonts that havo visited this coast tho Owensboro gamblers with bam lic nf tho west to tho in tho Second Appellate district, as people, and will live when tho ora fayette and a great admirer of tho personal office, there are more men havo dared to trespass on the traiu- mer and tongs, secured a number of Circuit Court lias been done In this nuvo umu voung French officer. When Lafay in training hero than at any time port laneB. Their latest roappear- - convictions with heavy fines imposed, tions of the great masters ' district, that would forover end the forgotten. etto visited Louisville in 1824 Mr. heretofore. The personnel officers anco will mean no relaxation in tbf and securod a penitentiary sentencs third term business? men or supplies. Navy against Sparks, tho king beo of Pender Journeyed to Louisville to of tho 84th or Lincoln Division an shipment of nomocracy presents a strange par seo him, and was accorded a hearty city's gamblers, destroyers nnd chasers y that thero aro 17.3G1 nounced officers at ono Republican election m adox, in that to preserve it wo must reccntion. After tho close of tho Rev in this division, not including tho aro now nlso "out In force," and no ot the Hartford precincts, nt tho pri- sometimes destroy it. In time of olutionary war Thomas Pender camo NUPTIAL JUDGMENTS. Camp nnxlety Is felt In tho department over! regiments of artillerymen at mary hero Saturday, say they dis- peaco, when tho national spirit is When tho present visit. Louisville. to Ohio county where he died at an Zachary Taylor, ono voter who did not know pacific, democracy tho conserves covered Judgo Mack Cook rendored two-- a Slnco Gormany's surprlso visit of ago. Ho was burled In a tho nrtlllervmen at tho Kentucky advanced tho war was over. When tho croatest measure of liberty, but it now neglected graveyard between cantonment Join tho division nt Camp submnrlno to this sldo all ot her nuptial judgments in county court citizen appeared for a ballot will not stand the stress and strain attempts have been fail- - Saturday, us a result of which Char-ur- es McIIenry and Goshen. Sherman tho Lincoln Division will undersea he was asked tho usual question. of war. At the hour ot a free naas far as stopping the transport lie Bolton and Tina Ford, and James-obo filled up to corapleto war "Democratic or Republican ballot?" tion's entrance Into war it of ne- Do you got up at night? Sanol is almost troops Is concerned becauso of w. King and Ada Johnson, aro bound' strength. That the camp here Is fillnavy. For this in tho holy bonds of matrimony for and replied, "Glvo mo n white man's cessity becomes an nutocracy; com- surely the best for all kidney or bladup to capacity was evidenced to- tho vlgllanto of tho nigSanol gives relief in ed ticket; I don't voto with the mon consent must glvo way to cen- der troubles. all backacho and blad- day when 2.36G negro draftees who reason there is no npprehonslon, at llfo. Tho first named couplo aro 24 hours form gers." tralized authority. Wo, the freest der troubles. Sanol Is a guaranteed arrived from different parts, of Ohio least In the Navy Department, over from McIIenry and tho last named wo enter- remedy. GOc and ?1.00 a bottlo at people of tho world beforo in tho reappearance of raiders. Somo from Horton. Miss Johnson was and Pennsylvania were billeted 46-The public will watch with Interest governed tho druE store. Courier-Journand ed upon tho war, aro now artillery sheds. Tho colored soldiers, officials bollevo tho present raid to only Alteon years old. Judge Cook the policy of the of tho German is doing a land olllco business oC by the most rigid autocracy. Govhowever, seem well contented with bo tho expiring effort Times, under their now ownership, and depart- HUNS PLAN TO ATTACK Is intended to tor- - rendering Buch Judgments. Tho certain Democratic ernment by commissions theso quarters. Tho 10th Training admiralty, which with reference to ARE MOWED DOWN along tho judge's ceremony Is extremely brief, regulates the conduct ot tho Battalion at Camp Sherman is filled rorize shipping and cities party leaders, and toward tho liquor ments to an oxtreme never known in They baso tholr bellof on and It appeals to bashful youths, Atlantic. Mr. Bingham, the now neonlo Army on tho up by selects from nearly every state question. With this country boforo. Tho tempera AIsno-Marn- tho AmericanAug. 6. Amer- - in ihn Union. MaJ. T. M. Hays, com trustworthy reports to tho effect that and it is a fair owner, is ultra-drFront, o , WOMAN SU1CTKS. ture of one's room, tho menu ot tho uniquo battalion, Gormany's submarine losses prevent prediction that his newspapers will regu- - lean machine gunners, protecting a lo mander of this any action on a largo scale and por- policy tublo, tho hours ot labor, aro undergo a radical change in nnn nn tho Veslo west of Fismes, says. by federal authority. Even Mrs. Lafo Miller, living near Roy- Seemingly unmindful ot the ter- mit only sporadic raids undertaken affecting prohibition und tho party luted of Gor our boasted freedom ot speech is wiped out an ontiro battalion went through with tho solo hope of but a slnglo nobis, committed suicide Tuesday i and machine gun- rific heat tho soldiers leaders who cspouso it. Mrs. Miller was a daughter of Dr. limited by rule. Wo are not com- man infantrymen courses on tho pa- "big catch." Tho Germans at the their regular drill ners Tho loss of tho United States sub- - Jott, und was about fifty years old. , and Times, plaining at theso condition; In fact, Courier-JournTho GovernThe to rade grounds as a necessary con- time wero getting into position No 187 was reported Sho had been in poor health for of Louisvlllo for moro than fifty years wo endorse thorn bridgo ment thermometer hero recorded 2 marine chaser mere- attack a group ot American y than yester- by tho Navy Department. Tho ves- - somo time, and this U supposed to business management of dition to winning tho war, but under tho approaching the degrees higher attention to tho inade- builders who were sol sunk last night off tho Virginia havo been tho reason for her act. day, when 108 degrees was tho Haldemans and under editorial ly calling democracy to govern a na- location. after a colllblon with another took carbolic acid. of Henry Wntterson. havo quacy of direction bad Some bridge material alr.-adyassed into new hands. Robert tion in peril. Sec.-Trcas. Prices and - bc-fo- ro Quality! so-'ii- - i m ar tf We Must Furnish a Quality of chandise that Will Effectively U pros-perlt- Disprove Every Argument of Every Kind Raised Against Us. r Carson (& Co. ...,,. i ,Z ,.. !rQ ",''"'"'" -- - yr I - as 42,-C1- 2. onco-for-a- the-vessel- s to-da- yr al y, , to-da- al to-da- y. to-da- Sho-coas- t y i.cy "tMSMHfci? .M Judgo John 11. Wilson Is doing Mr. I. S. Mason, of Beaver Dam, wns in Hartford tho first of the somo survoying nt Island, In McLean county, this week. week. Join The Crowd At The Beach; Before gqing in, however, provide yourself with a Bathing Suit. You can find in our stock a selection that will pleace you and the price is right. So don't worry, while the others are enjoying themselves, but come to our store for your Suit, Cap, Slippers, and other accessories. Do this, and remember that it pays to trade with a house that saves you money. Mr. Caroy Crowder, merchant and Mr. Estill Park returned Sunday from n visit with rolatlves at Cen- postmnitor, nt Horton, called on us W hllo in town Monday. tral City. M. B. Ilarnnrd nnd T. P. Carson, Now Is tho tlmo to sow red top and clover seed. Get them from W. E. of Nocroek, havo gono to Mississippi, 3t4 whero they expect to locate. ELLIS fc BRO. POULTRY WANTED! UHSMSM Gllmoro Keown.son of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. W. T. Woodward is In Louls- vlllo for n visit with her son, Mr. S. O. Keown, who la in camp at Chlll- cothe, Ohio, has been promoted from Ernest Woodward. Second to First Lieutenant In tho Master Llndon Thomas went to army. Narrows today for a week with his Servlco will bo withdrawn from former school mates. all telephono subscribers who fall The Parent-Teacher- s' Association to pay their dues by tho 10th of tho PERD CASEBIER, will meet nt tho school building at month . Manager. Ctl 3 o'clock this afternoon. Mr. Dewey Bean, who has been Rubber roofing that will save you money nt woll ns worry, Is tho sort looking after tho hnrvest on his fath er's farm, near Narrows, for several that ACTON BROS., carry. days, returned to his homo at Wood- Senator Albert Leach has .purchas burn, Friday. ed tho Ernest Taylor residence, on Mrs. W .B. Frost, of Owensboro, Main street, In Beaver Dam. gave birth to a girl Wednesday. Tho George Calvin Keown, Nashville, young lady was christened Beverly. Tenn., .is visiting his grnnd parents, Mrs. Frost wns formerly Miss Katie Pendleton, of Hartford. Mr. and Mrs. Cal P. Keown. W. M. P. Paris died at the AlmsMr. Willlnm Gray went to Louis ville Wednesday, where he will spend house Saturday, nnd was burled on tho almshouse farm Sunday. Paris a few days wt.h his sister. years old, and was about sixty-fiv- e Mr. John Park and family, of Da died of tuberculosis. viess county, visited relatives at No- N. M. Taylor, of Green River, was creek Saturday and Sunday. In town Monday and while hero callMr, Miss Lucy Kirk, of Fordsvllle, Is ed at Tho Republican office. visiting her brother, County Attor Taylor reports crops in his section, ney A. D. Kirk, at tho Commercial generally well advanced and in good condition. Hotel. As the market is so fluctuating, we will not quote you prices on poultry and eggs this week, but guarantee the highest cash prices. Consult us before you sell, and you will be convinced that we are the highest cash buyers. , DAVIDSON -- V 3yyyfe BATHING SUITS - SEAY - ADAMS CO. W. E. ELLIS & BRO, Managers. License No. 4 I perfect fitting styles for Beach wear, combined with qualities of durability and scrvico make MONARCH Chic, Smart, individual POULTRY AND EGGS 111 1 IV I llll . . - Swimming suits most popular. Wo havo on extensive lino In stock on which wo era placing very attractive price. Bathingand 2kz&l&Cq. The Hartford Republican FRIDAY AUGUST 0 Mrs. Lyman B. Rosenfield and lltMrs. A. R. Roam and children, of tlo daughter, Carolyn, who havo been t Pembroke, are visiting Mrs. Roam's parents, Rev. and Mrs. A. D. Lltch-flcl- d. visiting Mrs. Rosenficld's sister, Mrs. M. L. Heavrln, for several weeks, returned to their homo In Louisville Hattles-bur- g Wednesday. Dr. J. R. Plrtlo went to Tuesday to visit his son, Rus Silas Foreman, young son of Mr. sell, who Is in tho military service Dudley Foreman, of Narrows, was there. seriously scalded a few days ago or Dr. whllo experimenting with a novel Leonard Thomas, little son invention. Si. is a llttlo over and Mrs. J. S. Bean ,of Horso Branch, boiler diph- fond of projects. is recovering from an attack of ! i yay iuuig uicui nwiT nMinn v in vxniT winvn rnn any uuuac iin wwu. off er now is as follows : rr ,., i iw vjul .ii I HENS COX SPRINGERS DUX BUTTER EGGS 22c 13c 25c 13c 25c .33c theria. Two wills havo recently been probated In county court. Thoso of Alonzo Keown and William Baltzell, of color. Mr. J. W. Lake, of Yankeetown, Ind., Is visiting his father, Mr. William Lake, of tho Washington neigh borhood. Iron beds, wooden beds, of nil We buy every day in the week and pay cash for everything. grades and sizes, kitchen cabinets and other furniture to please the most exacting when you consider both price and quality, may bo had Ct2 at ACTON BROS. I I Kentucky Creameries, Owned and operated by Armour & Co., Incorpor- United States Food Administration License No. L. T. RILEY, Manager. I Mr. Frank Roberts, deputy of Fordsvllle, was in town Mon day. Miss Elizabeth Davidson spent last week with relatives near Horse . Branch. tf., H. & E. R. It. TIME TABLE. outh Bound, No. 116 a. m. Due at Hartford Mr. and Mrs. Walker Daniel, of Korth Bound. No. 114 6.45 p. m. Texas, called on us whllo In town Due at Hartford yesterdny. (Both "Mixed" Tralm.) Tho Ohio County Teachers' Institute will be held tho week beginning August 19. v Our old friend, Jim Fuqua, who has been ngent and operator for tho for Texas railroad at Fordsvllle several years, has been transferred position with tho comMr. Walker Daniel and family, to a similar twenty years ago pany at Hawesvllle. who moved to Txas from near Olaton, are In for a vistr Sheriff Bratcher has a force of with rolatlves. clerks at work In his office niling out Mr. C. E. Smith and mother, Mrs. the stubs in tho tax books. Mrs. E. W. Smith, were tho guests of tho Bratcher, Miss Mattie TIchenor and family of Mr.'W. P. Render, near Mrs. Moseley. It will require several days to complete the work. Matanzas, Sunday. of Canalou, ated. Mr. Owen Taul and sister, Apollno, Mo., have been visiting brothers, Clarenco and Wld Miss Ruby Neel, of Fordsvllle, has their gono to Louisville, where she will Tnul, near Magan. and Social Events. enter school. Miss Mary Bean, who has been attending a business college at Bowling Mr. Martin Collins, of Memphis, week, and ar Tenn., Is spending a few days with Green, graduated last Ct2 rived homo Sunday. Bale Ties at ACTON BROS. relatives here. Personal News W. E. Ellis for sale. & Bro., havo seed ryo 64 s Get your bale-tieELLIS & BItO. from W. E. 6t4 Mrs. S. 0. Kcown spent Saturday In Owensboro. Mr. Ira Russell, of Fordsvllle, ed on ua Tuesday. call- Mr. Vlck Stewart, of Beaver Dam, called on us Tuesday. Miss Cora Thomasson Is teaching the Washington school. Miss Edna Black will teach the Bennetts school this fall. Col. Edwin Forbes, of Fordsvllle, was In Hartford Wednesday. Miss Stella Mao Small, of Is visiting at Klngswood. McIIen-r- y, Mrs. William Graham and llttlo Miss Arllo Thomas will go to Nardays daughter, Eunice, are visiting Mrs. rows today to spend several Graham's cousin, Prof. Roy Forewith relatives. man, at Centertown. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Wilson, of Ro- Rev. A. D. Litchfield left yesterBtne, were visitors at The Republican day for Tompklnsville, where ho goes olllco yesterday. to appear as a witness in a case In tho Mrs. L. M. McPherson and son, Monroo Circuit Court. of Owensboro, are visiting nt Dean-flcl- d, Mr. Roscoo Willis, of Narrows, this week. who has been operating a steam awaiting If you feel like It is your duty to shovel in Iowa, Is at home, subscription wo will ap- call for draft service. pay up your preciate tho favor. S. O. Keown, member of tho local mooting Mr. Don Taylor and wife, of Louis exemption board, attended a of rolatlves In Beav of the county boards of tho district, ville, wore guests at Princeton, Wednesday. er Dam last week. Mrs. J. W. Jones, who has been Miss Ruth Foreman, of Sulphur Now Bay-- spending tho summer with her mothSprings, wilt teach tho er, Mrs. Laura Stevens, has returnus school this fall. ed to her homo at Murray, Ky. Miss Cora Allen, of Owensboro, Is Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Taylor, of visiting her nunt, Mrs. Joe Stewart, Minnesota; Dr. Clarenco Render, of at Horso Branch. Oklahoma City, are visiting Mr. and Mr. Willis Heflln delivered a bargo Mrs. Dnvo Taylor, at Beaver Dam. load of bridge lumber for tho coun Mrs. Louis Riley, who is in the ty, hero Tuesday. Owensboro City Hospital recuperating Rev. Warren, of Bowling Green, from a recently performed operation, began a protracted meeting at Pleas- Is reported as getting along nicely. ant Valley Saturday night. Mr. Willlo Walker, of Lexington, Miss lloulah Moore, for several was hero Wednesday to meet the supply months linotype operator In this o, pisral Court in tho matter of began teaching school at Bolls ing tho county with metal culverts. Run, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Foreman, of Narrows, attended a birthday dinner Tanner, of Mrs. Mlda Rowan Ind., died at her home Wed- with Mr. Foreman's slater, Mrs. Wilnesday nt 3 P. M. Burial will take liam Schneider, at Centertown, Friplace this afternoon at Eransville. day. . m of-ic- Insure your tobacco .against hall. W. J. BEAN, Agent, Hartford. Mr. Frank Hanes died at his homo In Render Friday of Inst week. Mr. Lon Keown, of Balzetown, died of stomach trouble last week. Today Is tho last day you may have year. The Republican for ?1.00 a Carroll Jarboo. a Reynolds soldier, boy, is reported wounded in France. McHenry. Mrs. Vertlo Goodall, of IlliIs vjsiling her son at Oden, nois. ' Many people hesitate to report news locals of members of their own families, through fear of exposing themselves to criticism for egotism. This is the wrong view of the matter. News of your family is as much news as that about other people, and we always receive such information with Mr. Bryan Powers, of Narrows, gratitude. Tho editor reports "news who has been In Oklahoma for the of the members of his own family as past two years, got a transfer from freely as of other people. the local exemption board In that State to tho board here, and is at Miss Dewey Johnson donned overhome waiting a call to service. alls and went to the fields to help her father with his farm work, and now Mrs. Nora Massle, of New Mexico, she Is the most widely advertised of who Is visiting rolatlves In the coun- of Ohio county's plucky girls. Our ty, visited this office yesterday. Mrs. article mentioning the Incident was Massle is tho widow of the late Ed reprinted by the Louisville, OwensMasslo, who at one time was a Jus- boro and various other papers in tice of tho peace in Ohio county. this country, and now comes a clipping of it from the London (England) Miss Clarice Ward, daughter of Times, sent homo by one of our solDlllis County Tax Commissioner diers over there. Ward, who went to Detroit, Mich., last fall, has Just been appointed, as FOR SALE CHEAP. a result of a civil servlco examinae. Detroit tion, to a position in the One mare, 9 years old, also one Ally. Reason for selling, am going to tho army. Apply Mr. C. H. White, of Balzetown, to ELMO JONES, Hartford. constable of tho Cromwell district, was In town Monday. Mr. White LETTER TO MOTHER. reports that the few men In his bailiwick who were inclined to the loafEdwin H. Hamlett writes from ing habit have, on a friendly warnFranco to his mother, Mrs. Fanny ing, taken to tho fields. Hamlett, of Hartford: "Somewhere" in France, July 1C, Mr. Tug Richards, the Bull PunchHollow, was hero Wed- 1918. er from Frog I will write you a Dear Mother: nesday. This report was made by nnd It is Ben's way of say- few lines to let you know that I am Ben Rice, ing that in the day and generation well, and hopo this will find you of oxen, Mr. Richards was somo driv- tho same. I havo Just gotten back from a er. great parade in' which the American Rov. W. II. Foreman brought to troops led the world, that is, the this office tho largest tomato ho have allied armies, and tho French dediseen this seuson. It weighed ono cated a bridge In honor of Presidout Wilson, and wo were the first troops pound nnd thirteen and one-haounces. Mr. Foreman got the seed to cross it after tho dedication, and for the tomatoes he Is growing from I was In the first company to cross a chance acquaintance ho made in it. Tho parade took placo in Lyon, tho second largost city in France. St. Louis, Mo. I was the only ono ou. i ( tho old II In mentioning tho apprehension Co.. Third Kentucky, who took pari of tho army deserters, Hurt and in the parade, ind I count it a great Bailey, wo said Hurt was a deserter honor to have been tho lucky ono. Tell everybody hollo! for me, and from tho navy as woll as tho army. We understand wo wore misinformed that I will be 51 1 when I can come 1 in the mntjer, and that it was the back and tell them more than Your son, Bailey boy, Instead of Hurt, who ED. H. HAMLETT. was twice a deserter. post-offictwo-year-o- ld lf can-writ- JONAH What; iE CAPTURED. All the mystery about tho whalo that swallowed Jonah has been cleared away by tho fortunate capture of tho big fish. Sceptics have argued that the story of the whale swallowing Jonah was imposslblo because the throat .of tho whnle was too small to swallow a man. Off tho southern coast, a little while ago, fishermen captured either the whalo that swallowed tho prophet or a direct decendent of the more ancient fish. The strange fish, the only ono of its species over seen, weighed 30,000 pounds, was forty-fiv- e feet long, and had a throat big enough to have swallowed a cow. In fact, a Black 1,500 pounds was fish weghlng found In its maw when captured. And It is said the specimen captured was only a baby of Its family. It is believed that It is a chance appearance on the surfaco of a tribe of fish that live at a great depth of the ocean, which fact would account for none of them ever having been seen before. The preserved carcass of the monster Is now on exhibition on "a river barge at Loulsvlllo. No, but this is not an advertisement, tho description is taken from the work of the press ngent of tho exhibition, and no doubt is not underdrawn. JUNK SALE. stoel, used building lumbor. used brick and left from repairing Jail, for sale. Will sell at public outcry to the highest bidder, at tho court house door Saturday, August 17, nt 2 o'clock P. M. WORTH TICHENOR, CLAUDE BLANKENSHIP, Committee. A Quantity of heavy sheet MAMMOTH A number CAVE PARTV. of Beaver Dam people Sunday on a trip to tho Mamstarted moth Cave. In the party were: Dick Arbuckle and wife, Joo Reod aud wife, Carl Westerfleld and wife, Wll-se- y Taylor, Shelton Alford, Victor Willis, Edward Jackson, and Mls30 Edith and Henry Porter, Bess and Annie Alford, Myrl Miller aud LUzle Moore. N l ll mm mmmmnmtmtmM P In tho first placo it should bo exn plained that is really cotton waste, carefully cleaned, comb- ed, nnd dried, soaked In one part nl- HOCKPORT. CIRCUIT COURT. If corn is dried In tho sun, it ON THE DECREASE trie acid to threo parts sulphuric Ch'm'n. Board James Wilson. Judge R. W. Slack, Owonsboro. should bo finished by pouring Into ',,,,,, lt ,3 nftorwar(1 ,,Hctl nml Clerk Rushing Hunt. brendpans, placing In tho oven of pressed into cakes. It is employed Com'tli. Attorney C. E. Smith, HartPollco Judge John T. Jackson. ford. tho stove, nnd warming to 1C0 to. in both n wot and dry condition, tho Will Langford. Marshal Conditions in Central Empcr cont ot wn,0r Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. 1G5 degrees for two hours, with fro- - formor' wlth 30 REAVER DAM. pires Add Cheer To added, being much safer to handle. Master Commissioner Otto C. Marqucnt stirring, as lt is practically lm Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKenney-Cler- k slr WMIInm llnniBny poInt8 ont Allies. tin, Hartford. possible to bring corn to n sufficient that thero is no ndequnto substltuto R. W. King. Trustee Jury Fund Cal P. Keown, degrco of dryness by tho unaided for cotton for propulsive ammunition. Pollco Judgo J. W. Cooper. Hartford. Mnrshal R. F. Stovens. heat of tho sun. Drying should in Other substnnccs havo been tried (Louisville Herald.) overy enso bo continued until the wood, hemp, straw nnd other ma 1st Monday In March 12 days I'ORDSVILLE. Washington, Aug. 3, Tho detcrinl with woody fibres. Hut they grains aro hard, Com'th. and Civil. Board W. It. Jones. Ch'm'n. crease In the birth rate In tho Cenand break to bits with a clenn. have not tho propulslvo power of 1st Monday in May 12 days Civil. Clerk Olln Cobb. as far with tral powers may hasten n conclusTo propel glass-lik- e fracturo when crushcd.snys cotton. Pollco JiicIrc C. P. Kesslnger. 1st Monday In July 12 days ion of tho war. That tho foundations woody mntcrlnls would need n largo tho United States Department of Mnrshal Grant Pollard. Com'th. nnd Civil. of tho Central powers aro now crumcharge, which would entail tho enbling and that tho moralo of their brought to largement of tho barrel of every 3d Mondny In Septonjbor 12 days When corn has been civilian population can not withstand Civil. OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR. this degree of dryness, It may be per i gun nnd rifle. the ravages of war nioro than two Tho expenditure of ammunition in 4th Monday In November 12 days manently stored at onco, prefcrnbly in County Board of Education. years longer are some of tho aston closely woven muslin bags or heavy this war is unprecedented. At n Com'th. nnd Civil. ishing conclusions deducted by Dr. E. S. Howard, S. S. O. C. paper bags, tied tightly at tho neck conservative estimate, Germany re- ln'-baRaymond Pearl, statistician of the Div. No. 1 J. M. Hoovor, HartCOUNTY COURT. and placed within a larger muslin ,1"lres 1'000 tons ot cotton tt who, ,,a, ot cotton ,s "lulrcd federal food administration, from ford, Ky. which is In turn tightly tIed.A Moots first Mondny In each month. proof which ho has at hand. W. Duff, Fordsvllle, Div. No. Prior to storing, tho corn may bet0 "ro ono of thelr blKGCst guns, or comJudge Mack Cook. Dr. Pearl says that through Ky. for cvor' S0'000 roum,s of rln freed of silks, glumes, and bits of parison of data gathered by agonts Tho total cotton stocks Div. No. 3 II. L. Cartor, Narrows,. County Atfy. A. D. Kirk. by stirring It repeatedly to loos- - munition. governments and the of tho allied Ky. ln Germany at tho outbreak of tho Clerk W. C. Blankcnshlp. en tho glumes from th tips of the United States, scientists havo estab-Div. No 4 Robert Goff, Rosino,. Sheriff S. A. Brntchcr. grains nnd then passing the corn over' wl,r w,,s TI,Is wo,,11 lmvo carr,C1' on tno war lished tho following conclusions: Ky. Superintendent E. S. Howard. a screen or pouring it from ono vesThe net decrease in birth rato in Div. No. 5 Otis II. Stcvons, BeavJailer Worth TIchonor. sel to another whllo another person lor --"" """ or ",,,,,u u,,u 4S per cent in Germany 1,!ul coUon' ,n ,ho 1917 was ",,,,on ot cx' er Dam, Ky. Tax Commissioner D. E. Ward. creates a strong breeze by fanning and 54 per cent in Hungary. Div. No. C Nat Llndlcy, Center-tow- n, i,crt8 becn ,a,, contraband at the Burvcyor C. S. Moxley. TO THE TAXPAYERS OF OHIO CO. the srrcam of grain, thus winnowing beginning of tho war. The net decreaso in England and Ky. Coroner Dr. A. B. Riley. out tho lighter particles. Franco was 24 per cent. Time of Meeting 1st Monday ln Since corn is a product which is, FISCAL COURT. Section 5 Chapter 11 of Act 101S Germany's loss of population was February; 1st Mondny In April; 1st the following provisions: quite high both In sugar and in pro0 Contains 40,000 per 1,000,000, Hungary's Moets Tuesday after first Monday Mondny In Juno; 1st Mondny In Autein, lt is quite subject to tho at-- j "It shall bo tho duty of tho taxper 1, 000,000, and England's In January, April and October. gust; 1st Mondny In Octobor; 1st , payers of tho county fo appear at tacks of bacteria if tho drying pro-1,000 per 1,000,000. 1st DiMrlct Ed Shown, Hartford, Mondny in Dccombcr. cess is allowed to stop while there is The marriage rato In England tho ofllco of tho Tax Commissioner Route 3. County Board of Examiners E. S. a considerable percentage of ' showed a marked increase, but the between tho dates July tho 1st and still 2nd District Sam L. Stovens, Beav- Hownrd, Mrs. I. S. Mnson, Mrs. O. W. Consequently, If sun present. water rate in the Central powers declined October 31st and furnish said Tax drying er Dam. Duff. by cloudy, is interrupted Commissioner a complete list of their sharply. Inl District Q. B. Brown, Simmons. Jnn. 25 and 2G Common School or showers, while the corn property of all kinds and description" weathers llrltlsh Mortnllly Le?. Ith District Q. W. Rowe, Center-tow- Diploma Examination. Now in compliance with said Act., still has much water, drying should A great decreaso in the mortality Mny 10 nnd 11 Common School' I, or ono or more of my deputies be continued over the stove or in tho rate in England, coupled with the oth District W. C. Dnugherty.Balzo-tow- Diploma Examination. . may spoil. increased marraigo rate, will result will be in my ofllco at tho court oven or the product Mny 17 and 18 County Teachers' Ordinary white field corn, if gath- house to serve you. In order to avoid W. S. Dean, Dundee in a net increaso in population in tltli District Examination (white). stage Ideal roastlng-ea- r tho pritish Isles as a result of the delay and rush please report at the ered when in 7th District D. F. Rico, Fordsvlllo. May 24 and 25 County Teachers' and treated by the method here deearliest possible date. Many thousands ot war, 8th District II. C. Rhondes, Hart- Examination (colored). . scribed, mnkes a dry product which Respectfully, women suifering from ford, Routo 5. greatly increases the death Juno 22 nnd 23 County nnd State Is of course much lower In sugar D. E. Ward. womanly trouble, have ra"te among all persons ovr 70 years Teachers' Examination (white). but content than Is sweet corn, HARTFORD. Tax Commissioner. been benefited by the use Juno 2S and 23 County nnd of age, owing to worry and nervous which Is by no means to be despisa of Cardui, the woman's Mayor J. E. Bean. Examination (colored). excitement. ed. tonic, according to letters Clerk J. A. Howard. Sept. 20 and 21 County nnd State The marriage rate of any country SALVAGE HOATS ADDS we receive, similar to this TONS OF SHIPPING Police Judgo C. M. Crowe. is the surest indication of the morale Teachers' Examination (white). one from Mrs. Z. V. Spell, FOILED BY Marshal E. P. Casebier. Sept. 27 and 28 County and State of the nation. ofHayne.N.C. "I could NEW MARINE MOTORS (by An English Port, July 15 In discussing the length of thr not stand on my feet, and just suffered terribly,"' station war as indicated by the otatLstics mail). Like, a London, Aug. 3. American ideas We Knock the Spots Out of Thingi she says. "As my sufmorale, Dr. Pearl rescuing survivors from sinking ships, of decreasing WILL YOU beating the fering was so great, and small craft built like the American In standardization are said: TAKE by means of standardized remehe had tried other "Tho high death rate in the ter- Great Lakes tugboats are on the alert dies, Dr. marine engines, which replace those had us ritories of the Central powers, the every moment in several English damaged by get Cardui. . . I began attacks. ports to rescue pinking ships. food difficulties and the improving, and it cured All along the shores ot England These boats, operating under the meance of the allies combine to ms. 1 know, and my French Dry Cleaned and Preiid la i A Treafreenl where the innumerable shipping sta-- . Indicate that Germany and Austrla-Hungar- y direction of the salvago section of doctor knows, what CarSuperior Manner. lions oi me aurairaiuy uru jibuuhk aaaaaHLrVLV 7Hf (or WEAK can not sustain the war ef- tho British admiralty, havo since the dui did for me, for my standardization In work the Send us your Garments and Skt nerves and health were fort noro tlinn two years. Now is war began towed In and refloated has been slowly but surely felt. LUN6S or about gone." Them for Germany to conclude for use hundreds of thousands of the time in large quantities of CONSUMPTION Production peace and gain what she can from tons ot shipping and havo rescued marine engines of not more than CLEANED CLHAN tho same reas- tens ot millions of dollars In carthe wreckage. For types hits already workPackages called for and uellver. They havo converted this half a dozen on, now Is tho time for the allies to goes. A quick rrllel for that liiril, tun down fcelloc. auxiliary Shaftings, ed wonders. coucbi, paint In chrtl. nltlil twcalt. hemor will crush port into a huge ship hospital, v. here begin their effort which fittings dot machinery, pumps, valves, THE ELTE PRESSING CLUB lhacri, wrak. IIlunsl or contumpllon. II it c for at least a century any desire on aro gathered the pick of Great Bri- and piping are also manufactured aolhelp you costa you aolMai. the part of the German people to tain's ship "surgeons" and "nurses." In quantities, fullest advantage beA. Iv Nail, Prop. OHIO MEDICAL GO, SS,5Sl..air The correspondent recently was impose their will upon smaller naof duplication and of avall-.bl- o HARTFORD. KENTUCKY. through the waters of this port, ing taken taken tions. resources in supply and lawhich is located not far from a spot Hun Machine Fulling. rayh bor. GOOD "The reports of the shortage of whero the Kaiser in pre-wLEXWGTOH, KY., BUSINESS UHlVERSfTY Firms falling behind in their material, of insufficient labor used to spend an annual holiday yacht raw construction are W. ui itaxm to TOar R. Sauls Buhm Ca8ct schedule for ship She writes further: "1 for farm work and of low morale racing. Instead of racing yachts.thls Butlneil, Short Hand, Typa Willing and Tcttgraphr thus able to call on tho reserve supdestroyers and am in splendid health . . . among the civilians clearly show that port now houses Secured or Your Money Back ThU old asJ iijturnttal ply to satisfy their needs and comOollrc ran da aaurh for you take tho Drnnetion Training. IhA can do my work. I feel I you at Inutcott aaj towarl the great German machine is rapid- "sick" ships. training tbst Imsfnom iik-- indorse. Yoari plete their work on time. orurlntf a kij tataruS owe it to Cardui, for I was A lane of moro than a score of Her people have can taKa itai UMtqt or 'ill inaiL wrlto iu-ttfMltlon.lHnlaeiaawAnltsl ly weakening. J)IUU1II0.V8 riUUTICAIj BUSISKSH COLLKdr The earlier engines manufactur Hrclat In dreadful condition." f ThousandOourwforOoT. maintained what courage they have torpedoed and mined steamers is I'ldueah. kr ed were able to work under a presct Baccrwtol ' If you are nervous, runof repeated viewable in tho outer waters. If through tho stimulus ffnuinaira. uritiaaoyuina. . DErAnTMr.yr roil LAIli:H,und-rtfcoturr-attending down and weak, or suffer port today he sure of 2,500 horsepower, and In map victories. A sudden cessation the Kaiser visited this Men of a Lulrrrlnclpa). XU Udlva lata cases of emergency could make from headache, backache, Scion. Ci BitriLt homoa. 1'or partloulara, addma of the war will be urged and per- would bo greeted by a salvo of shots being WILBUR ft. SMITH LCXINQTON, KY. The models horsepower. etc., every month, try which dot haps compelled by tho Social Dem- from dozens of greater power and Cardui. Thousands of EAR, THROAT, NOSE Central powers soon tho skyline on green grass hills near made are of far ElE, ocrats of the women praise this mediaro available to all types of vessels And Fitting of Glasses after tho allies assume the offensive the entrance to this plac. cine for the good it has of the small coaster size Where it was considered a big task from that THB on a great scale on all fronts. g Mnsonlo ocean-goinones. done them, and many 0WKNSB0R0. KY. 8EWINQ Templa "If the German armies lay down to handle six or seven salvage jobs to Under present conditions should physicians who have used MACHUNt! their arms today their political lead- at one time before tho war the a Cardui successfully with damage a ship's engines lt OF ers would havo still an opportunity British navy has built up a salvage their women patients, for mean tho end of that boat's does not QUALITY. to virtually win the war through win- system which can handle from fifty to mediyears, endorse this capacity for future work. If she still ning material concessions relative to sixty jobs simultaneously. cine. Think what it means port a now set of Not only aro sinking ships res- can bo towed Into Jlussla'nnd Central Europe. If tho to be in splendid health, engines Is put in at once. This Is NOT junkers remain in power, however, cued, but ships that have gone to the one of tho fruits ot standardization. Give like Mrs. Spell. SOLD and tho crown prince can continue bottom havo been lifted and made Cardui a trial. U N,D E R The British admiralty his headlong policy, tho allies will be seaworthy. ANY 400 torpedoed ships EXCHANGE OF LIBERTY BONDS. able to inflict punishment which will announced that All OTHER desires of Ger- have been successfully raised. break the militarist NAME, J72 many for generations to come. HisTho Issue of 'registered bonds of tory repeats itself and Germany can- NEGRESS 111 YEARS OLD tho Third Liberty Loan has progress WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. DIES AT ALMSHOUSE ed so far that transfers nnd exchanges not win tho war on tho battlefield." If you purchaae tlio NKW JIOMK you will of registered for coupon bonds will Peel right nil tho time. Don't lay ofi have a Ufa nwiot nt tho prlco you pay, and will Matilda Leo, a negress, 114 years bo mado on and after August 1 until from work for daya by taking cnlomo not liavo an endless chain of repairs. keeps yot when pleasant Lio- - Ver-La- x old, died of organic heart trouble at August 15. Tho registry books will on your feet, whilorelievingyour trou,b FOR FLETCHER'S Aged nnd Infirm bo closed on tho later date In order the Home for the Quality Jo. Safer too, nnd easy to take. Don f road early this to prepare checks for Interest payon the Seventh-stretake anything else. You can't a (To re Considereti morning. Sho was born in Ken- ments on September 15. Bonds may it. Eliminates poisonst cleanses s mW an I tern and relieves constipation. A natit is the tucky, but could tell little of her ear- bo presented during such period for HUNTING MOUNTAIN LIONS. ural remedy, natural in its actions, sure ly life, whero sho was born or who transfer or oxejiange, but such transCheapest in its cITcct nnd certain in results. II won't bo long beforo wil AlthoiiRh mountain lions aro, un- hor parents wcro. For years she liv- action will bo effected nftor Septemin the call colored ber 15 and tho September interest completely displace calomel in everj fortunately for tho deer, found oc- ed with Lizzie Connors, a I home. i Children can tako it freely an! woman, on Hancock street. Her on- paid to whomever was holder ot tho nato buy. casionally in mobt of our western with perfect safety. Every bottle guarHI W Liz-zl- o bonds on August 15. tional parks, they aro rarely seen. ly rolntlvo, however, Is a nlcco, anteed. 50c and $1 in bottles. Nona If you wnnt a sowing machine, wrlto for; Tinsloy, who is 102 yoars old, presented after Augenuine without tho likeness and sigtw" our latest eutuloKue beforo you purchase. Coupon bonds Thero Is no moro timid, even cowardturo of L. K. Grigsby. For Bale by gust 15 for exchango for registered ly, bruto in America. Your Hon, and who also la at tho Almshouse. The New Home Sewinu Machine Co., Orange, Mast Tho Tinsloy woman for years liv- bonds should havo tho Soptcmbor ot our lUrtfortt K which is really tho panther i. H. WlUilAMS. Reginald Intorest coupon detached; tho regiseastern wildernesses, has his homo ed with tho family of Judgo Loulsvlllo Times. tered bonds Issued upon such exIn the most retired rocky fastness II. Thompson. ji t.mm vis ti niirrmu A safe, M faihiesei chango will boar intorest from Sep and skulks of his neighborhood WHY SUGAR IS SHORT. tember 15. reaedj for warns. abroad chiefly at night. His purThere Is a greater shortago of both pose Is to play safe. Ho rarely takes Seventy-fir- e years coalau-W- i crops and sugar-betestimonial a chance with animals capablo of tho sugar-can- o um it tha FREVS VERMIFUCE cm I fighting back, and nover with man. than was oxpecttyl in the early part of Sn) FOR FLETCHER'S let you. Ho leaps upon tho unsuspecting deer tho season. At no time since tho I of tho war has there beon a FOH PFnsnNAi uvnn.'Nr from behind or from a high rock Succeed when everything else fails. Dissolved in water for douche stop In nervous prostration and or low tree. His special fondness normal output of sugar because ot the 25c. UnU at ra inmid't f pelvic catarrh, ulceration and infl&m. vveaknesje they aro the bupruina sugar-beCOTTON AND EXPLOSIVES. for kids and fawns is suspected to devastation of foreign matlon.- Recommended by Lydia E. iwly w remedy, at thousands have testified. f "1 p T Mt- helplessness rath- fields. There lias been a sorlous loss originate in their rinkham Med. Co. for ten years. h (Una f " FOR KSDNiEY, LIVER AND I A healinrj wonder for nasal catarrh, Soma striking facts regarding coter than tho tondernoss and delicacy ot sugar at sea duo to the submailno STOMACH TROUBLE sore throat and sore eyes. Economical. E. & S. FREY, Tho Government requires ton in its relationship to tho manuwarfare. of tholr llosh. ,1 It Hm citiaonliotiy rleaaima arl semJckJil iwwfr Is the beu medietas ever sold ALIIMOIUC. MD. 1 lJeiause ho is a large brute with a generous supply to meet tho needs facture of high explosives wero silt, .11 dnijiwi,. or iu.n,iJ fcv CVcr a flrL pels 9 countrr. ' "IOUi u,Pc,n'"''. Uui. Kim. U given by Sir William Ramsay. mjmmaaBaaammmmmmmtm iaii ii a gjod appetite and likes his meat j ot the men In tho service. raaa raf ii rt mrT"Amm HUN'S BIRTH HATE quite fresh, tho Hon is exceedingly Ho returns to his kill destructive. only while tho meat remains sweet. Then ho kills ngaln. Often, when deer aro plentiful, ho kills wantonly for tho lovo of killing. Lato last winter two lions wcro shot near Hospital Hock in tho Sequoia National Park. "They had killed sevornl deer," writes Superintendent Walter Fry, In reporting tho shooting, "and about all that was necessary was to watch tho carcasses and shoot when opportunity offered. Tho femnlo lion was killed tho second dny and tho male tho fourth day. Thero wero several hundred deer in tho herd when tho lions attacked them, but tho follow ing day they loft tho country and did not nppcar ngaln in tho vicinity of Hospital Itock for about two weeks. The lions killed in one night many moro deer than they wcro nblo to eat." Dut lions aro not usually so easily shot. They aro best got in the winter when they may bo trailed by dogs to their lairs in tho far places. Mountain lions, lynx, wolves, coyotes, nnd foxes only nro killed in our national parks, and thoso only because of their predatory hab its. HEM FRUIT CLOSET IIV DRVIXO CORN gun-cotto- DIRECTORY j ' I g nl-c- 20. J I "' ."" ". '"s. 70,-00- I g Health y About M D fo n. Gone P n. ' v W Stato-Teacher- life-savi- fl Ladies' and Men's Garments OUR at ever-increasi- Ml QHT GERMINAL. REMEDY I TAKE FOR ONE MONTH CARDUI The Woman's Tonic ar r.Position q ui K 3,-0- rs DR. J. H.THORPE at USE LI V-VER-- NEW . AT Druggists For Lazy Liver and the Troubles o Constipation. HOME Children Cry CASTO R A et Pa Mothers use -- For the Children ve rnunice tt )tX' ' KJLlljfi3 J et Children Cry Seetric Every Woman Wnnis CASTO RIA 3 liters m-t- ut Jk et r. "" - m LT aajirr. , ,.4taMMkakUK..-l- . a -.- a .' mimmemmmau i IKHiifitWmrf ,. - w 3 1 A How far is it from tho firing line With tho American Armies North to Berlin? First-han- d D. M., Covington, Ky. I Its ap- of tho Marno, July 28. proximately 4fi0 miles from tho near- evidence that tho Germans have tho ns Keep ncoounts. No merchant could satisfactory results may bo secured est point on tho battipfront to Dor- - highest respect for Americans fighters provided by letters found year wlio kept no record ot If when ono pound of sugar is cnllcd ,lln. "hold on a on prisoners taken from tho 28th of n pound wlinl Ills goods cost lilin nnd whnt for in n recipe d ot I Whnt is tho population of Japan, Prussian Division, which has been pny for thorn. Many n of corn sirup is used and Iro lind to opposite our troops in this region fnrmcr would find himself greatly a pound of sugnr. Where eor&hum ,nnd tho United Stntes? Tho figured It up, to nnd cano sirups nro used without first P. It. M., Camp Sherman, slnco tho lntt perart of June. Private nurprlscd It ho lind see that his lilnls nro nctunlly paying clarifying tho sirups the product will Ohio Tho population of Japan is writers of those letters were nil bo darker. These sirups, alio. Im- 53,096,858, and ot Chosen (Korea) quartered in tho Village of Epaux-Be-zIbo Zind You Have Always Bought, nnd which has been Jilm hlg money. then about three mlle3 behind tho and other dependencies 20,110,441. part n flavor which destroy in use for over over 30 years, has borne the signature of and has been made under his per-your brood sow too natural frjilt flnvor, so tho addition Tho population of tho United Stated the front, now about ten mllos beDon't select hind ours. The letters emphatically conal supervision since its infancy. early. You enn tell n lot moro about of spices to tho recipes Is somotlmoi Is given as 102,826,309. hello the derogatory statements conAllow. no one t0 decdve you Jn tu& whnt a sojv to going to look llko nt ndvlsnblc. Honey has boon wed patchAll Counterfeits, Imitations nnd "Just-as-gooare but If two airships were to ascend nt cerning tho American troops mado six months of ngo than you can nt successfully with cherries and Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of es; In such enses tho nmount ot liquid n given point, one going east and tho recntly by Gen. von Stein, Prussian six wooltH. Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. cnllcd for in tho sirup Is reduced other west nt tho same rate of spesd, Minister of War. Hero are some excup for each cup of In life. In nt tho stnrtlng tracts from the letters: which would arrive Don't breed too early "I nra not yet with my company, point first, provided nclthur expertho long run you'll get u lot more Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, as I cannot get out of tho village, for any dolays? ienced out of n sow who Isn't bred till she Drops nnd Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains they nre firing very heavily; In fact, Determining t'hlrkrns' Age. H. A. P., Holton, Ind. Tho mais n yoar old thnn you will from one neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its A common way of testing tho ngo chine traveling west would nrrlve wo have Americans opposite us. When nge. fcrcd under that age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has qt dressed poultry, as described by at tho starting point first. While ho they fire it Just hails, and wo think been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, The American cow hns moilo a homo economics specialists of the U. Is traveling west, the earth Is mov- every hour that our lives are at an Vind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising One can learn now what sort end great contribution to tho war. Sho S. Department of Agriculture, is to ing eastwardly below him. therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids of people these Americans aro genhas given, In the Inst yenr, ono hun- tnko between thumb and finger tho the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. brenstbonc, farthest from erally." Why Is a British soldier called dred million dollars' worth of hor end of tho Tho Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. Another letter which the writer products to tho exports of tho United tho head, nnd attempt to bend it to "Tommy Atkins?" S. C. D., Indianapolis, Ind. It was had no time to despatch runs: States, most of It going ns condens- ono side. In a very young bird, such "I find myself at Epaux, quite ed milk to tho boys In tho trenches. as n "broiler" chicken or a green nt ono time tho custom to supply evgoose, it will bo easily bent, llko tho ery Ilrltlsh soldier with a small pock- closo to the front, and the Ameri.Add to this buttor nnd chesc. 'Bears the Signature of cartllngo In tho human enr; in a et manual in which was entered tho cans aro shooting with such effect bird a yenr or so old It will bo brit- name, tho ago nnd date of enlistment, that I am never suro of my life. We St'lwl Swrt Corn This Fall. Seed corn should bo selected from tle, and in nn old bird, tough nnd length of service, &c, and the War nil hopo that the war will be ended hard to bend or break. Olllcc, in sending out forms ot infor soon nnd thnt I can go back to Baden etnlks standing where they grow Tricky dealers hnve ben known mation, used tho hypothetical name nnd stay always In my Fatherland." only then, with cortalnty, can Yet another addressed to a woman: to break the end of tho breastbone "Tommy Atkins," which is similar need bo obtained from "I nm going to send you a beauti- Stalks that hnvo n tendency to bofore showing tho bird, thus render- to ourusc of "John Doe," to bo yield well ns shown by their super- ing the test useless. written in the manuals until the jful ring which I found in France namo of its owner was ascertained. during our offensive. iority over surrounding stalks that "I certainly hope I never light in Krulls For Children. grew under tho samo cludltlons. In this way Tommy Atkins was used Kind You Have Fruits should bo served In somo to designate any British soldier; in tho trenches again. Everywhere I (Such seed inherits high producing THE CENTAUR COM f AIM V, NKW VONK CITV. form to children at least onco a day. tho same way "Jack Tar" became am in constant danger of my life. power. ) "Every day n mass of wounded go pulp of cooked tho sobriquet of every British sailwithout suckers (Such Fruit juices and tho Stalks back In ambulances with ns many ns seed produces fewer suckers than fruit, baked apples nnd pears, nnd or. eight or ten wagon londs of those stalks.) stowed prunes nro safest. .Whether seeds from suckcr-bcarln- g Storm-proo- f stalks with ears nt n the skin should bo given depends In what year was present Pope severely woundd, nnd this besides a number of slightly wounded, who go partly on the age and health of the elected? leslrable height. corn should bo selected as child and partly on tho way tho fruit Header, Bradfordvllle, Ky. Pope to tho rear on foot. It fairly makes Seed is prepnred. If tho skins aro very Benedict XV, was elected In Septem- one heartsick. .soon ns it matures becnuso "In this vicinity tho Americans stulks, especially early tender, they arc not likely to causo ber, 1914. Desirable have been firing on us with ono canmaturing stalk3 with hanging ears trouble, except with very young chilnon after another, so that one candren. When apples and pears nre are then most cnslly found. Senc About Corns. not go out at all what with shell exFreezing wenther injures tho seed baked tho skins can bo mado tender Can you please tell mo a good rem- plosions on all sides and men falling by frequent basting. dry. lioforo It becomes edy for corns and bunions on the about one." Warm, wet weather niny causo kerfeet? They have just begun to form Two letters from persons in Gersprout before drying. nels to Trout firiilii lloforc I'lnnting . and I have heard that if you let the many to their kinsmen at the front If tho selection Is delayed in the of seed wheat, oat3, or bunion form a gristle It cannot be reTreatment One reads South tho cars may becomo infest- other cereal has been found to bo a moved. I know ot several things were shown to"me in part: ed with weevils, grain moths nnd profitable practice, not alono that aVo supposed to take them off, "Times are hard. We have only a their eggs. ot its value as a smut preven- but they don't always do it. I want mouthful of meat a week ,and one It is ns easy, moro satisfactory nnd tive, but because- it improves germi- a suro cure. E. S. H. has to stay by the potato patch all much moro profitable than selecting-fro- nation and aids tho development of Yes, I can tell you something, but day to get enough in his stomach cribs In tho spring. seedling. The chemical baths, tho I doubt if you will follow my sug- - Whoever did not plant is certainly in formaldehyde in particular, which gestlons. Get your shoes to fit you.' so, ' nro used In tho treatment prevent If tho shoo is too narrow it will llard luck- - Vou wrlt0 tnat the Unosters and Itnd ICggs Must CJo. dlers are being armed for another in a very lnrgo measure tho develop- causo tho toes to rub and so make Now that tho egg buyers nre campaign. We all hopo the by tho Food Administration ment of hnnnful fungi thnt aro pres- corns; if too short, it will press the winter war will end this year I wonder if d ent on the seed or In contact soil. .nnl, nro allowed to buy only big too back on itself and so causo we were deceived onco more. Oh, it t eggs, tho person who brings bad I tho Joint to swell. If too short, it only pass " eggs to town will not bo nblo to sell If IOO Hens Wore on Ktery Form will press tho big too back on itself these sad times would The othm letter from Grmany conhaving tho 'them. In addition to There should bo 100 hens on each and so cause tho joint to swell. If tained this. eggs turned back to him, ho will risk farm In tho United Stntes. Each you are wearing tho absurd and awk"I cannot promise myself any relino or imprisonment for violating hen should produce nt least 100 eggs. ward high heels (and I suppose you sults from our offensive on the Wes tho pur.o food law in ofTcrlng to sell With approximately 6,000,000 farms, are) you aro putting tho whole foot Throngs ot men go down ggs untlt for use. T. S. Townsley, thnt would mean 600,000,000 hens out of shape, and have no right to tern front. tQ the,r t,atu and our mu,n ol)jcct of tho University of Missouri Collogo and 60,000.000.000 eggs per year. expect anything uut tnat you win Peace btiver.s only of Agriculture, says that tho farmer That number of eggs constitutes a have corns, bunions and all sorts of is not attained. further way, and the German nation who has not sold or confined all military resource not to bo Ignor- foot trouble. Tho high heel not on- rcelves only fresh wounds and sufroosters hns no right to complain ed. ly affects the foot, but throws the fers still furtuer privations." about tho bad eggs the dealers find wholo body out of Its proper posiA high officer, whose duty is to Sugarless Cunning. in his basket. In splto of tho urgent tion, and Is the causo often of ser- familiarize himself with the m.iralo .appeals that wero mado before hot canning, sugar or no sug- ious trouble that is not connected "Keep enemy, tells ma tho letters weather began, for all poultry keep- nr," say specialists of tho United with tho feet at all, so far as you of the quoted are characteritly of thouers to dlsuposo of their roosters, States Department of Agriculture can understand. sands ho has examined and thousands of male birds aro still nt If you can't get enough sugar for You speak of taking off a bunion, Jargo. Fertile eggs aro tho kind thnt homo canning put up your fruit but thnt cannot bo dono, as a bunion in tho past fortnight. .spoil, and the rooster makes tho eggs without It. Tho products will keep Is the swelling of tho joint, and so No Money inAdvanoo fertile. To bo on tho safe side, there- perfectly until a time when moro cannot be taken off unless tho toe is Satisfac I fore, farmers should sell or conlro sugnr is avallablo or until n sugar amputated, which. I have known to aVBISSSS). tioa Guar program has been worked bo necessary, in aggravated cases. Jill roosters. substitute anteed For Infants and Children Lowe at Net out. Fruits put up In this way aro t Years In Use For Over Fa ot o-largest single order for ba- excellent for salads and Tho When you yawn a good deal in Prices con nnd canned meat in tho history and may bo used in dessorts, pud- the duytimo, feel dull, nchoy and Always bears the world 99,560,000 pounds ot dings, ices, and punches. of tho Torms A want to stretch frequently it is an Signature ot Saving of tyicon nnd 134,000,000 pouniU of In canning fruit without sugar, unmistakable symptom ot malaria, 6 1O0 to canned meat hns Just been placed can tho product tho day It is picked. and unless you do something nt onco by tho quartermaster's department. Cull, stem, becd, and clean fruit by you aro booked for n spell of chills. Anyone Who Has Used It. Ask From FacP. A. STARCK IT. S. A., for tho American Army over- placing in strainer nnd pouring cold tory Direct .RCSIOENV There aro families who always aim Herblno Is a chill medicine that will seas, says a Chicago dispatch under water over it. Pack tho product provent or euro the disease. It to keep a bottle ot Chamborlaln's IN YOUR dato ot July 22. carofully in hot glass Jars or tin cans drives out tho impurities on which Colic nnd Diarrhoea Remedy in tho Tho order will take tho- - bacon until full. Uso a tablespoon, wood- tho malarial germ thrives, strength- house for uso in case it is needed, OWN HOME from approximately 1,900.000 hogs, en ladle, or table knlto for packing ens tho liver and cleanses tho bow- and find that it i snot only a good Wa will ship you a beautiful Starck Piano for 30 days' free trial. In your home. No cash payment required. All we ask la thai you will play upon, use and if other work wero dropped, to purposes. Pour boiling hot water els. Price 60c. Sold by Ohio Coun- Investment but saves them no ond and test this piano for 30 days. If, at the end of that time, you do not lind It the bo equivalent to tho ovor the product in tho hot Jar. Placo ty Drug Company. highest grado, sweetest tomJ and finest piano In every way, that you have ever produce it wold m Df suffering. As to its reliability, seen for the money, you aro at perfec4- liberty to send Iftoack, and we will, in that . total bacon production of tho flvo rubbers and caps in position, not anyone who has used it. event, pay the freight both ways. T, Is Starclc Piano must make good with you. in ask or mere is no saic. largest Chlcngo packers for nearly tight. If using tin cans, soal com- THE PRESIDENT OX MOB SPIRIT. a Easy Payments Save $150.00 or Mer However, six months pletely. PInco in tho sterilizer vat, 'ALLIES' TRADE-WAflvo weeks. Vou pay no cash down, but after 30 days Wo ship direct to you from our factory, tt dcllvory is to bo or cannor, nnd storillzo for tho PLANS WORRY HUNS will olapso beforo of trial. ou can begin pi mem on the low"I havo called upon tho Nation to prices that saic you upwards ot $150.00 tn the est, easlet terms ever suggested by a piano cost ot your piano. We guarantee to furnish completed. At tho current prices .length of timo given below accord- put its great enorgy into this war manufacturer. These terms are arranged to money than )ou can you a better piano for the Amsterdam, Aug. 3. Panic has suit your convenience, and it is possible for tho packers would pay tho livestock ing to tho particular typo of outfit cad it has responded respondod with vcure e'jewhere. You are assured of rrctlvlng you to buy a piano for your borne, without high grade a wt'itactorj tweet tontd durable world producers about 80 million dollars used: . mlss!g the money. , a spirit and genius for action that seized the German commercial piano. tho MlnutC3. IlsUCfK for tho necessary hogs and over 50 has thrlllod tho world. I now call with regard to conditions after 4K.Yaa Cnavtanlaa Flaytr-MaiH- rt 2nd-Har- u. million dollars for about 900,000 cnt-tl- o bath, homomado or largalm upon it, upon its men and women war. Tho Huns fear that whether Starck. Etctt Starck Piano to an bus3 required. XVe hue constantly on hand commercial guaranteed (or 23 years. the best and most beautl evorywhoro, to seo to it that its or not they aro victorious, their targe number ot .lightly used This guarantee has back f Jl Pl.ver Pianos oq tbs 20 iness will never again bo what it unseal, 214 degrees Water i"ou win be o( It our 35 years of piano laws aro kept inviolate, its famo and second hand pianos of all market. 12 was boforo 1914. standard makes taken In ti lighted with the many experience, and the repu5 pounds steam pressuro: . . . . CnnuliiK Without Sugar. tarnished. change for new Btarclc Pianos tation of an features of these Dr. Lohinann .president of tho lireThe followresponsible piano bouse. and wonderful Instruments, and "I can never accept any man as a Fruits canned without sugar keep 10 pounds stoam pressure... 10 ing are a tew sample bargains t will be pleased with the After sterilizing romovo'tho flllod champion of liberty eithor for our mon cotton exchango, proposes in the porfoctly but will not hnvo tho flno ery low prices at whlcn 50 Free Muslo $110.00 Weber tho North f- they can be secured. Q M,n wnrifi who does government nowspapor, Soal Jars; lnvort to cool .i.. color and fluvor which thoy would containers. 02.00 Steinway Lessens Gazette, that Germany Piano leek Fra Chickering 90.00 have if packed in sirup. Thoy nro and test tho Joints. Wrap in pnpor not reverence. nnd . obey tho laws of Gorman pnnlv T cery purchaser of ., . .... . . tn tlin nlHiH' threatened Send today for our new ..-,.Starclc Pianos, we glte trea 95.00 Kimball vory good, howovor, when used In to provent blenching nnd Btoro in a our own nciovou lanu, wnoso wwa 'all rm M ., beautifully Illustrated piano one of muslo lessons. In. :.. 198.00 book which gives you a Starck Ho has "raw matorlals war" with tho fol tha best know a schools In, salads, desserts, plo fillings, ices and dry, cool placo. If tin cans aro us- wo ourselves have mnde. larta amount of Informa Chicago. These lesaons you lowing "demands": Send for our latest complett tion regarding pianos. This in fruit punches. Fruit Juices tako ed it will bo found advantageous to ndoptod tho standards of tho enemies ran take In 5 our own home, second band bargain list. 1 will interest ami Germany shall rccolvo from the J book you. Write today. by mall. This represents no sugar and tholr usos nro just as plungo them into cold water imme- ot his country, whom ho affects to pleass one year's free instruction. raw materials purchased by tho Britns diately after sterilization to cool despise." President Wilson. 1843 Starck Bid., CHICAGO varied during tho wintor months P. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. ish government (presumably for res nro tho fruits put up unsweetened. thorn quickly. a quantity Constipation is the starting point construction purposes) ;in this way, tho Juices nro kept availg nt n futuro Chronic Constipation. many serious diseases. To bo sufficient to supply Gorman Indusable for for kind, olutions of the allies' Paris economic It is by no means an easy matter healthy, keep tho bowels active and tries tor ono or two years after tho colvo compensation therefor In plac conferenco shall not bo enforced. IC tlmo when sugar may bo more plon-tlfu- l. Germany shall havo ot peace. in addition. to euro this disease, but it can be regular. Herbine will removo all ac- signing 2 Germany shall havo restored ed at her disposal sultlclent tonnago thoy aro enforced tho Germanic Many homo demonstration agents dono in most instances by taking cumulations in tho bowels and put raw powers must close their markets to Price to her ns much as may bo left of the to bring tho hnvo already substituted smips suc- Chamberlain's Tablets and complying Mm svstGin In nrl'mo condition. tho raw materials or manufactured County Drug tonnage takeu away from her in vlo-- materials to hor ports. cessfully for sugar in tholr recipes with tho plain printed directions that 60c. Sold by Ohio dermany demands that the res products of tho British colonies. 3 of iutornational law or ro- lation Very accompany each package m Company. .for canning and preserving. Farm Department two-thirono-thlr- FOR TUB cumous. OKIWfAN' LETTERS TKI.Ii WOEFUIj TALES Children Cry for Fletcher's 1 I u, srf CJlxTTtrT d" one-quart- er What as CAST0R4A SENU1NE CASTORIA ALWAYS y1 to-da- y. !S Is The Use For Over 30 Years Always Bought PHOENIX SILK HOSE ALL COLORS $1.50 to $2.00. HARTFORD, KY. enn-dle- S Hi4b Clothing Co. ma-tfu- ro )$$SSVS$S$$ Jw Starck Pianos Eaaiat $200 CASTOR 30 A ple-fllll- &Wi& 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL R Hot-wat- er risyer-Piano- s l'layer-Piano- ..... Jelly-makin- above-mention- m kjIIiMIWW r (,..?cssbc; ,ji.t ": REGISTERED MEN FINALLY CLASSED District Board Sustained Few Appeals Many Are Denied. , The following men ot the 19 IS examined by the exnmlnlng physician at the Local Board Friday and found to bo physl-clall- y qualified for service Out of twenty-fou- r examined Friday only I failed. Tho men who passed the examination were: Charles Fulton, Martwlck. Joslah Jctt Hnyncs, Whltesvlllo, R. 2. Wlllard D. Dnughn, Narrows, It. 2. Hohart D. Southard, l'rentlss. Carl Lawrence (col), Hartford, noy Cecil Bogard, Fordsvlllo. Harrison Daughcrty, Cromwell. Ruric Brltt, Cromwell. R. 2. Owen Hudson, McHonry. Claud L. Sharp, Utlca, R. 2. Mack Logsdon, Itoslne. Ordello D. Tichenor, Hartford, James Lesllo Harrison, Dundee Bobcrt M. Burdctte, Narrows, R. 2 R. 5. Tallic F. Heflln, Simmons. Ana Bowe, McHonry. Alron Stewart, Beaver Dam. John L. Basham, Hartford, R. 7. Coffeo John Burgess, Cromwell. Charlie Flener, Equality. Carlos Heflln, Simmons. Herbert Evans, Phllpot, B. 4. Robert B. Petors, Beaver Dam. Ira Green Haven, Cromwell. D. M. Jones, Fordsville. Walter Douglas, Barrett's Ferry. Bogcr York, Hartford. Wm. S. Coppago, Dundee. Ernest E. Wllloughby, Prentiss. Paul Duncan Russell, Hartford., John M. Woodburn. Prentiss. R. 7. Wavy S. Daugherty, Simmons. The following men were examined Saturday and passed as physically Ira D. Funk, Hartford, R. 5. qualified: Roscoo H. Baird, Hartford. Joe W. Barrett, Olaton. John Addlngton Howard, -- Bock port. Steven Louis Fraley, Vancoburg. Byron Lee Foster, Hartford. James Coleman Carpenter, McHonry. Ion Kellos Siunctt, Hartford, B. 5. Bay Cook, White Bun. Arthur Lee Baird, Hartford, R. 7. Stiley T. Boberts, Narrows, B. 2. John A. Rucker (col), Hartford. Charlie Boswell (col), Hartford, Alva II. Kelly, Whltesvllle. Clay O. Cooper, Hartford, B. 2. B. 7. Lcdward Parks (col), Hartford. Eular Hennlng-- Hartford, R. 5. Samuel Arnold Poole, Fordsvlllo, Joseph B. Dodson, Centertown. R. 1. Rlt Haynes, Whltesvllle, R. 2. Ray Faught, Sniallhouse. Golden Shown, Hartford, B. 5. Stoy Hurt, Narrows. Michael B. White, Horse Branch. Elvis Murphy, Narrows, B. 2. Joseph B. Baize, Renfrow. Arnold Johnson, Fordsvlllo, B. 2. John H. Keown, Cromwell. Jesse Lyons, Beynolds. Oscar W. Allen, Beaver Dam. Geo. Hobart Torrence, White Bun. Archie Thomas Burgess, Beaver The following men, whose classifiDam, B. 1. cation was moved up by tho Local Lloyd Dodd Morris, Fordsville, Board In the reclassification, appealB. 3. ed to the District Board and wero givWendell Greer, Whltesvllle. en the classes as indicated below. Wm. Everetto Royal, Rosine. Most of these had been placed In Bryant Southard, Beaver Dam, Class 1. They are as follows: B. 2. Alexander B. Rial, Hartford, Hobart Hoagland, Hartford, B. 3. Jodlo Raley, Beaver Dam, Wayne Taylor, Hartford, R. 7. City, Richard H. Shelly, Central registration were Taylor Grant, McHenry. Leon R. Hunt, Rockport. Alva C. Westerfleld, Fordsvlllo. Otha Dodson, Llvla, R. 2. Bon F. Burden, Cromwell. Ed Robinson, Reynolds. Alva J. Chapman, Hartford, R. 5. Corbet Wells, Heaver Dam. RoIIle D. Foreman, Narrows. Wilbur A. Geary, Rockport. Bethel Shradcr, Fordsville. Gordon Chlnn, Beaver Dam. Jacob J. Smith, Hartford, R. G. Guy O. Midklff, Owensboro. Glllotlno E. Fuqun, Dundee. James A. Stone, Narrows. Silas D. Miles, Fordsvlllo. Eunice Farmers, Narrows, R. 2. Laurence J. Smith, Narrows. Jesso Sutton, Narrows, R. 2. Grlder F. Moore, Horse Branch. Edward Balze; Simmons. Martin Farmer, Fordsville. Edward E. Jones, Hartford R. 1. Clinton Boyd, Centertown. Roy Bratcher, Rockport. Wilbur Faught, Equality. Geo. E. Tooley, Rockport. Hume Cummlngs, Yeaman. Dee A. Baltzell, (col), Hartford, (I. S. PRESSING NEED FOR CAVALRY HORSES Not Only For Immediate Wax qulrements, But Fop the Future. Re , 3-- b. 3-- b. 3-- k. Clyde 3-- C. Durham, Centertown, 2-- d. Godfrey Bennett, 2-- a. Hartford, B., G, V. Whittinghlll, Fordsville, Luther Faught, Equality, J. J. Blankenshlp, Beaver Dam, 2-- c. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. All persons holding claims against the estate of P. T. Richardson should lile same with the undersigned properly proven according to law, on or before Saturday, August 17, 1918, also all persons indebted to said es tate should call and settle same at once. This the 17th day of July, 1918 W. L. BICHABDSON, Admr., P. T. Richardson, deceased, 4t3 Central City, Ky BOILED DOW.V. Tho western battle line Is still nioro than 150 miles from German 2-- d. Ercjo Blankenshlp, 2-- d. Beaver Dam, Carl 2-- d. Westerfleld, Beaver, Dam, 2-- a. Lee Hicks, Hartford, Bossle N. Taylor, Hartford, B 2-- a. 2-- d. 6, Earl Hess, McHenry, Martin L. Porter, Beaver Dam, R. 3, ) 2-- c. Essie Miller, Olaton, c Willie Carley, Fordsville, Godfrey Warden (col), Rochester, 2-3-- b. 2-- c. t , Frank Atherton, Centertown, Everetto Gill, Hartford, R. 2-- c. b. 3-- c; Latna Oldham, Beaver Dam, Held in Class 1 Tho following men, who were placed in Class 1 by the Local Board, appealed to tho District Board and wero held in 1 by that Board: Archie E. Stewart, Beaver Dam. David E. French, Prentiss. Adra Patton, Whitesville. Herman Barr, Hartford, R. 1. Orvllllo Gray, Hartford, B. 5. Alfred W. James, Centertown. Fred D. Tichenor, (col) Hartford R. 2. William Hinds, Whltesvllle. Marvin Hoover, Hartford, B. 3. Harris Harlan, Hartford, B. 3. Lewis Boyd, Centertown. Asa Kolly, Fordsvlllo. Claud Loo Webb, Hartford, B. 7. Klda Her, Beaver Dam. l'ura Shrove, Narrows, R. 1. Clabourno Pirtlo, Heaver Dam. Willie P. Davison, Narrows, R. I, Lonoy G. Hoover, Hartford. David II. Coopor, Owensboro AVinnfleld B. Gary, Horse Branch. Gordon Beld, Beaver Dam. Henry, B. Sutton, Narrows, B. 2. Joseph Albin, Balzetown. William P. Blanchard, Simmons. Hebor G. Austin, Beaver Dam. Dudley D. Grillln, Hratford. Boy Baugh, Beaver Dam. William H. Watson, Rosine. Rufus Moseley, McHenry. Oscar McKennoy, McHonry. David E. Check, Narrows, R. 1. Arthur Whltuhouse, Fordsvlllo, R. 1. Chas. C. Baxloy, Hartford, R. 1. David R. Whittinghlll, Fordsvlllo. Leonard Ward, McHenry. territory. Tho July launching of American ships was a world's record. One ships, tohundred and twenty-thre- e taling more than GOO, 000 tons dead weight, or more than the submarines have over destroyed In any single month, wero launched for service. Fifty women, who undertook to stage a demonstration against tho Senate's delay in considering tho suffrage bill, wero arrested in Washington. Twenty thousand cases ot cholera aro reported in Petrograd. The Gorman Crown Princo's army is estimated at 1,175,000 men. Tho Kentucky confedorato pension rate, increased by now law to $12.50 a month, goes into effect this mouth. Novomber 9, 1918 .Honry Watter-so- n will tormlnato tho period ot his editorship ot tho Courier-Journa- l. Ho will have been editor of the paper for fifty years, tho longest editorial sorvlco on a metropolitan newspaper in tho history ot tho United States. Three German Zeppelins attempted a raid on tho English coast Monday night. Ono of tho .oppolins was brought down In (lames and tho other two wero driven off before they had dono any damage. Tho United States with of tho world's population d ot Its wealth. has one-thir- Washington, D. C, July 8. Tho task of horsing Undo Sam's troopers Is ono of tho problems ot tho day. It Is not alone a matter of supplying n sufficient number of remounts for tho cavalry arm of tho sorvlco for present day needs. Tho question of a roserve of tho proper typo for tho future bulks Electrically Governed 18 Horse Power largo in tho foreground. Col. John S. with the New Fair of tho Quartormastor Corps has In hand for this most important work tho Federal Govornmont. Col. Fair Is In Intimate touch with horso conditions throughout tho United States, and no man speaks with greater knowledge of tho country's needs in tho mat-to- r of riding horso type. He 'realizes that it is from tho quick, active famioverhead-valv- e Lore and long stroke, and valves that The perfected lies of which the thoroughbred standtncaMirr half the diameter of the engine of the new Morgan aro representaard brod nnd combustion chamber. A specially deTractor, Model D, develops tives, that the remount supply must bo on the belt, pulling a signed intake manifold heats and drawn. Col. Fair's plea for an nccoler-atoendries the gas to a perfect condition Rrain separator or campaign of remount production for burning. These features in comsilage cutter, with a belt speed of bebination extract every ounce of enshould carry weight with breeders in tween 2400 and 3000 feet a minute. ovcry part of tho Union and mako Variations in load do not affect tlio ergy from the gasoline, producing power at remarkably low cost. cngiue speed of the them oagor to assist tho Government. in the slightest, due to an electrical The construction of the "I think," said ho today, "that wo engine is such that it will covcrnor that instantly regulates the wero all beguiled Into a 'fooling of sethe slightthrottle to compensate for stand up without faltering under the ancurity by tho census of 1910, w,hlch est change in pull. Electricity, the hardest test to which it can be subnounced that there were 22,000,000 most sensitive, quickest acting force jected. Extra large hearings, lubrihorses In tho United Statos. It was known to man. holds the engine of cation under 35 pounds pressure, ttndcr control, alloy steels and careful machining not until wo wore at war ourselves the and makes it run steadily under all jjivc it 'the stamina to stand up for that tho fact struck homo that a very conditions. lontf runs under full load. large proportion of these were draught The pulley on the breeds and that cavalry remount maThe real superiority of the Tractor is located directly m Tractor, however, l.cs in terial was exceedingly scarce. Transof the engine, making it easy front field work. Here it enables one man port and gun horses we have in abundchange from one operation to 1o perform every field operation, into ance, thanks to tVe Importation of Bald: another. Running a silo filler, corn cluding planting, liarvcMng and cul- Porchoron and othsr draught broods, was a disposition at first on shredder, feed grinder, wood saw, "There Tte .iMii'rcnl nitirit.llnlltV !.. .,:.. clover luillcr, hay press, water pump but in the nfatter of the riding horse, the part of some to think that we were tic iy ,iocs away with hordes and or electric lighting plant arc only a j breeding out- engaging In tho breeding business In U)C farm ,,rJl problcm. aimless and purpoeoloss soJvs .. .. . , iiujiu ... . icw ui uic iy .i T. side ot a few regions has reduced our opposition to the farmer. Nothing ..... ... - ...Pt.. can lie nut, li 13 ..aiJ saving device ever in standard to mediocrity. There hns not could bo further from the truth. We Umnttal economy is shown by tho greatest labor boon that systematic effort In horso have no desire to antagonise the farm. Tractor, because of vented for tnc,iarm. production whioh i a feature of tho or In his breeding ventures. As a matInvestigate what this machine can conthe perfected ovcrhcad-valv- c economic development of most foreign ter of fact we are laying the foundastruction of the engine, with a small do for you. governments, notably that of France tion for a plan which will be ot untold which is gonerally recognhod as a benefit to the tarmers and horse breed model for the world. The only helpful ers of the Union. It is our idea to ONO MAN OPCPATCS DOTH TnACTOaJVND IMPLnMDNT r. ... . . .'Mtlr- -. . Influence I know of that has been coniSiswwrrsd.-i:,l- t stallions at our depots which will stant is that exercised by tho breed- be distributed to the farmers free of &cr ing bureau of the Jockoy Club In Now any obligation. There will be no serv-jc- o York State and a similar organization fee and every aid will be given to on more restricted lines in Kentucky. Rtlmulate tho production ot the proper "Tho only light horse families," re- type of remount without any strings to d sumed Col. Fair, "that have been tho proposition. systematically in tho United "I hope that there will be an InStates for a specific purposo are the creased Interest in the racing, horse thoroughbred or standard bred trotter, show and hunting activities of the and these have been dovoloped for rac- country, as all of this mnkos for tho ing purposes. It is fortunate for this development of the typo of horse we country that this should have beon want " done, as these animals furnish an admirable foundation upon which to NOTICE TO CREDITORS. build our war horse structure. Both have been brought to their high state Ohio Circuit Court. of perfection through breeding and S. L. St. Clair, Admr., etc. 9-14 racing tests, and in the process of evovs. lution through which they have passed the weak have fallen by the way side. Barbary Lunsford, etc. All persons having claims ugalnst .Nature in every breeding venture gives a certain proportion of failures. tho estate of J. C. Lunsford, deceasGRAND SUNDAY PRELIMINARY PROGRAM These trials of speed have developed ed, will file same with me at my ofthe heart and lung power of the ani- fice In Hartford, Ky., on or before World Famed Soloists Thavlu's Band off mals taking part In them. We will tho 9th day of September, 1918, propChorus off Voices qualtherefore not have to breed those erly proven and verified. ities into the riding horse of the future Two Flights by Ruth Law Given under my hand this 7th day if we follow tho lines which success blazed for our guidance. I am of August, 1918. has $78,000.00 Total Premium $78,000.00 OTTO C. MARTIN, therefore greatly in favor of tho breed- Gt3 $15,000.00 Beef Cattle Show Saddle Horse Stake (10,000.00 ing activities for the production of the Master Commissioner Ohio Circuit thoroughbred, as this is the lino upon $10,000.00 Fatted and Feeding Cattle Show $10,000.00 .Court. 'which we hope to build a typo of cav alry horse. RUTH LAV AUTO POLO AUTOMOBILE RACES "Ot tho foreign nations now at TIMES AM) COURIER 8port Thriller Aerial Queen World'e Crack Driver CHANGE OWNERSHIP war," resumed Col. Fair, "England was De Luxe Hlppodrom Show Magnificent Mlday the only country that had not a wall 8pclal R. R. Rates grounded plan for cavalry remount proThe Louisville Times and Courlor-Journu- l, duction. Her troopers were horsed for moro than fifty years Send for Catalogue Fount T. Kremer, Sec'y 'largely from the 'acecourse and tho owned nnd controlled by Henry n 604 Republic Building, Loulavllle, Ky. hunting field, and these furnished the nnd tho Hnldcmans.havo pass170,000 hoad In the emergency following the mobilization. Today through ed Into the hands of now ownership. tho generosity of Col. Hall Walker she Robert Worth Bingham, former Mayhas her own breeding studs under the or, and well known Loulsvlllo citiot wild onion sets. control of an expert and a British o U- zen. Is tlfo new owner of these great BEADS ODDLY STRUNG. told me a few days ago that the newspaper properties. lcer Ileg Casoblor followed ono end (By I. D. Clalro.) work waa progressing famously. Tho active management of these of tho "work or fight" rule whllo tho The Race Course the indispensable newspaper properties will bo left in weather was cool, but when tho Teat tho hands of present employes of tho Glvo us this day our dally war mork went to 103 in the shado ho The sires which aro expected to old company. Henry Watterson, tho . surrendered to tho local draft board. keep up tho high standard of excel- vetoran editor, who has mado tho bread. lence must prove their right to repro- Courier-Journrespectknown and Lot us all Join in tho prayers for If TInslcy over finds out thoy duce themselves. They are tested for ed wherever tho English languago is peace, and keop tho powder factor- don't havo no prohibition laws speed, courage, soundness and bottom. In ot la- ies going. Franco tho Amorlcan volunteer army This Is the same method which is in road, has closed his lifetime Toguo in Franco and other Continental bor In tho newspapor vineyard, and In that country will bo ono blggor. eventwill spend tho remainder s countries. Mr. Jolin Ad. Howard, ain't no "Thero seems to be an Idoa In some ful lito In quiet rotlromcnt. coward, and he's just spollln' for a If Blnghnm swings tho Courior-Journ- al portions of the United States that Mr. Bingham bought a controlling fight. Ho'll rush tho Control Bowund Times over to Becktp Interest, moro than mares can not bo worked prior s of tho ers at any old hours, for bo's used ham and tho drys, who will trumpot motherhood and for somo time after stock, in tho two properties, Mr. tho volco of Stanloy and the wots? to belli' out lato at night. tho foals have been born. Visitors to Walter Haldoman retaining his Franco and rural England find colts Tho first In tho companies. The Kaiser's partner, Gott, didn't What Is a winged instrument of following their dams about the fields issuo ot tho Times under its now tote tair. Ho sent rains to ralso tho torturo? Go nsk a bald headed as tho matrons liolp to till the soil or garner tho harvest. Moderate work Is ownership appeared Tuesday ufter-noo- n rivers just when tho Kalsor's army man; say, Tinsloy. and tho first appearance ot tho was forced to retreat across 'qui. benoflclal for mother and offspring. Wednesday. "Another matter upon which tho Courier-JournTHE SIW.N OF LIFE. farmer should bo enlightened is that t It congress Is a goin' to mako a breeding operations may be carried woman vote it ortor mako 'em fight. KAST VIKH "Ho died In hurness, poor chap." Into tho autumn, when most of tho Mrs. Nora Masslo, of Now Mexico, I ulnt in favor ot lettln' tho women has boon concluded. It "Yes, and, by tho wuy, did you year's work mother and foal are well nurtured and Is visiting relatives in this commun- vote us into wnr and then wo men ovor notice how much llko a harhave to fight us out. warmly housed growth will be rapid, ity. ness life Is? Thero aro tho traces and in somo Instances as yearllngd Mr. L. D. Fronch spent last weekof caro, llnoa of troublo, bits of good Tinsley brags about how tho Lord fortune nnd thoro will be little difference between end with rolntives in Beavor Dam brooches of cavlate and early foals. When our took fishermen for his npostlos, but tongues must bo bridled, faith. Also and Taylor Mines. passions alry regiments return from overseas family, of tho simp don't know Ho used them curbed, Mr. Charllo Martin and and everybody hns to tug they will havo to be rehorted. Henderson, wore guests of Mr. Mat just to show how Ho could mako to pull through." Boston Trun-scrlA Patriotic Enterprise. apostles, out ot tho scum of the Martin from Fridny until Monday. brooding of cavalry romounts, "The Mr. Albert Stewart and fafmlly earth. . therefore, Is a matter of patriotic en- spont tho weok-on- d with relatives OWI FALSE TKKTII WA.VfEn deavor, and every man who has a mare This country has money to burn, DON'T Mines. ot tbo proper type should regard it as In Beavor Dam and Taylor MATTER II.' ititn .?.,' Mr. Bill Smith and Mrs. Ellen and it's burnlii' It in Us big guns In Wo pay up to 1G dollars por set. Also duty to mate her this year. I undera cash for Old Gold. Silver and brokon stand that the Now York State Con- King spont Sunday and Monday In Franco. ry.' ?. stabulary Is doing yeoman sorvlco In Owensboro. .!? y trn ma... My wlfo hoard tho woinon was wuuuo nm n, uuya ior sender's apthis respoct and that horse breeding Mr. and Mrs. Boy Ralph, of Ow proval of Mnzor'a Tooth in the Empire State has been greatly ensboro, wero guests of Mr. and Mrs. savin' Arthur Klrk garden seed, and Specialty. our offer. 2007 Dept. A, S. 5th St she's goln' to give him a half Gallon 1'hlladelphla, Ta. W. T. French Sunday. Otis' Molinc-Uni-vcrsal d 21-inh Molinc-Uiiiversal Moline-Univcrsal Moline-UnivcrsMolinc-Unwcr-sal Moline-Univcrsat iii-i,-Mnlinr-IInivcrsMoline-Univcrs-saT. thnulabsd through ftt with tho fannors. "Early In the war when Russia mad her great offonslro and penetrated East Prussia," said Col. Fair In conclusion, "the announcement was made that Germany doplored tho loss ot Mr 000 cholco maros from ono ot ita moat famons brooding studs nioro than aay other mlsfortuno connected with the campaign. I nra roody to subscribe to tho sentiment that such n number of the proper typo of maro would be to us today. To Oermany whoso horso wastage Is greater than that of any other country, thoy would bo priceless. Tho Jockey Club, lta chairman, Major August Bolmont, F. Ambrose Clark, Henry T, Oxnard and many others have donated or loaned to tho Government for a term of yoars horses of tho typo to bonofit tho movement." Horses of ThorouQhbred Type the Beat L.eut. Col. M. C. Bristol Is another member of tho Govornmont romount household who is n bellovor In thoroughbred blood In the trooper's mount Col. Bristol has had much to do with the seloctlon ot the stallions which have bcon Inaugurate at Front Royal, Va., and Forts Reno and Koogh In Oklahoma and Montana, respectively. He and thoso working under his supervision have been extremely careful ta making their selections. No unsound or bad tempered animals have been and whonaver a horse waa found with a good racing record he was proforred to another of equal merit in all othor respects. New Yorkers had an opportunity during the recent Bolmont Park meeting to so somo of them when Light Arms, Saratoga Boly, Achioroment and other horses donated by the Jockey Club's breeding buroau and Individuals wore exhibited on tho stretch. Farmer Essential. In discussing the Government's remount plan In general, Col. Bristol oimh MAN OPnttATna noTti TnACTOt --, gi!n-ig" g i ti i'' i vv r&&CW E. P. BARNES G BRO. BEAVER DAM, KY. Kentucky State Fair ' Louisville September SEPTEMBER 8 40 300 Wat-terso- al ot-hi- two-third- al pt. iS W .. i- -