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I I 'VI P' B Qttjjj Mmtoxto "I7I t; J.'j.T'.if ' i ftj-tpufflsam, 5iT5wkbb ""'V Fine Job Work. to 'I '" ' rt mi iii DliVjOTED TO THh INTERESTS OF Al.LJHE PEOPLE is I JdB OP OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per 5, 1917 - YOL. XXIX. - nd wo Int to try sdnio r this ' on I jmo.w .snrlndt in tho in - m Demon- I ration 6n corn andwhom, allowing in woilTful effects ot acid I'hos- REPORT FOR hnto efour soils with 'Iicbo crop. kino deiHistratlous In un's and bar er, uiionrtrations in caiu V nnu log Ifi,Jug. show. ago tlti necessity iSAYH OHIO COUNTY'S RESOURCES f ft bni need ratlfnjror rootling our EQUAL, IK NOT SUPERIOR, TO Mock, I ih to makagaln nnd cheap-s- t ANY IN STATE. bit the ot production Wo vo assisted burl farmers In purcha is the right klid of cop I thnn they BAS MADE GOOD .RtpSp" hcrtoforo paying for - Ui HAirFO!U), OBIO COUNTY, IMTjKlDAY, JANUARY r BREAD Yr No 27 fertll-anur-it-lf- ss arc tVl the.ii li Trnvclcil 1,800 Mile, AddrrsMht BOO 2,- - thnsnlo of their People and Hold a,7UHra. 'm Miiuu .iiMiiiJiiiuii3,. p$ I County Agont W. W. Jlni fwder. submitted hlsjropjjrt to ma uiuo Fiscal court for tlvt year, 191G. as follows: Hon. J. U. Wilson, County J udgje, and Wednesday o"i encouraged the extent Jimt utMiavo incrcason' 1110 numucr hero It was when I camo and cou ity to twtuty-twon they will grow much ' flVo liav4 lAiy. Vjjn,r 0rf silos' tp o. 1. 1 m Members of Fiscal Court County: KOefidumcu:- - --The year 1 Jtw- r rm. 3 wiyiHC passcu into history oncouraKlntf more stock ot ovus us to rctrospoct n 1IUI& . ITU r-i'. Vl nih' afid aro gpvtlng somo full , 1 .ii.i "1 ee':whero in wo havo 1U11I.II IIIUI..., hljM of cjittlf and I "-"-. iyHro mado good, and with that cm! JMOUU tll"6 sounty, both ot hogs startIn calttc and , oeiorc .ou . Un"ieX 1 wisn 10 1,1 n...n ll.llll.llj " u utu ... ., n , .1, , the work I bavo We arc . a U t Ai I have stated to you before, nivli'-",w- n '" J 1 covragiag bettor barn nnd bet- in this work has beca ar. d .still 'aim better (hrojof tho f'Ua better. citizenship,. which j ) . ..-roi ippllcatbus of It,manuro and spread by lulug a . . .... ....-.. nuceu it- - ueiicr cuucaiion bducdiiu': j to get better results. Wo religious training. I have, n stron er wltat golfing snnitary condi to seo every farmer and er aro Jth better and jUklug betdesire tho stock, tions ery business man free fro pi tb'4 wor cas- of them, tasking a better rlea of poverty nnd debt, and to Hit ter Investi nt by so doing. J end I nm striving aa best I can. a number ot full Wo avo . With that in viow, I feol ttat m,--l blood Ittlo gotten Hogs shipped into and work with you is to assist you In r coiity to Improva our stock and claiming your badly worn soils uil tho hopo the near future to Htandard- to help you in a better and nidtV and mnko Ohio county economical method ot cultiyntlwi izo otrj cattle noted or ono brucd of catuo ami ncoili-witthereby producing n greater by bo po,tto hulp In the sale of our catllo less lnvestmcut,that-llotnj. I m( Ing you will make tho country boys clubs alsmbAd beautiful placo to live nndlh'ipipij; fclWu ao th&Knuntn'onc 1 u. . corn club nnd : . .. k n desirable, and - oulHinfcr,r. ..". k . IkMM i noro ouHiiinR-u- p ntsriculturc Ht :l3rK lUKoxdaediuKly Vc" as 5'on flU cultural life. lvivITv iiVn lii.tK. i.t imvii tliosii mucli (i no seasons 01 1110 year nire i.i , j)irporTof?,cr M.ar. with tho ns- nil been wiint wo desire, norlio vn Mlhtiimfint each ot pit, which I often get that. Wo had an ciirenic-)- y lurueml: ask In buhnlf of the future wot cool spring and carl 3uni-mc- of thlt unty, that d mny make a with all ot its draw bacls, nnd cttlzensli i out ot thc3t boys that wo yet with this we havo no re ,011 to Hill f'?l o proud of. complain, for wo had a biAntiful There ire a great many things 1 corn, tobacco and hay crop. wouloll a to have In this report,-- but Wo aro beginning to. sec n. imnot wish to make It too long provement in a number of thlnn ami I do Itrnd tlromo to you. There ,nre feel that n brighter day is danntig ou many in ro mums to oc uono iniu our people. Wo had an estimiely up this county nnd dry lata summer and fall tha kept will hell build raako It a better county In every us from getting all tho whc.t nnd way, an In order to Accomplish ns clover sowed wo would have liked, much at possible, I wrJit o nsk tho but theso arc doing ns well ai could nislstancy at ull tlmeJ of each and be expected. overy citizen lu the county, for I 1. We hnvQ vast resources the and lu a tew years tlmo county cuunl if not superior 0 any nocd It bily you wlll4eo a new county, a better Jii tho State nnd when wo full" awal:-- n county, H mpro highly educated peo-p'- o to tho possibilities in thl counconditions In every ty, wo will havo one of th best In vay.and letter njfrdolnsLa1 wj cnu and f , tho State. movo, wo I havo traveled In youj county cau luikifohlo county ouo of tho best jiluco January 1st, 191C73.TU mlle.4 In thoTSi hto. 1,330 'Ijy tenui, and have travel! I Thunkfng yoa ,for Vour'past co- imlleS'by rail in the work;lavi- - ail ublle'0,,orntil"ll and a8'slajcif.and t,,e dressed 2,600 people in If !',,-ktallty you lu vehown me, . ' klud hos ftuioeflncs. Wo havo eight t Most cordl lly yours, I am, ,n the county, whicll (wa, are I Itx'" 'ft rlubs W, W. IROWDBR, 1 '.Willllb U11U lllllli IVI nKt9iii-- pull' County i;ont, U, B. opartment of llfo aniLrhq oJAd (tjie.problcmB of tKrftilti a club In. overy commiinp'i jjl'hai-t I v C7!j personal vluvtsto oir peo-ul- e made through tho county, bdelde Uf URNVAWKY ruvii wr-- v' CORN CRIR IT n boys lu tho club work, wilting ovij ... OUV llt lii nil clnn Till thiv ,luf DAn flCi'nij "j? 4 tOlia il ! 3jhc fullowJy.g arttcUJijtakoii from Havo distributed jj.'MS biHr 'JXU vtltiM itid havo wrltton'ftl'l blhclbA tfeiSlQwo'niboro, Mcssciger 01 Wed 1A E gardlriff tho eath of Kern jttcrs pertaining to tho i.orff. I bo (if tntercf. In this coun- 'iavo held 2,700 consultatwns nd. y oe JIW Alvey lived In Harttord lvo to tho work, Hare acclunted hogs In 31 differ) t herdlggfpral. Wars. Ho fonaerly operat- 207 2taKi!)o,.IIihforJ-Oneakirp stago lino vwilnst cholera. I, havo! was well known hlra ZOWIAU ees Jn 20 different orcJit-rdaKern Alvey, a proiMaewL. furmor ing peoplo sturted to lint.luu who tho Liffoou netgkkrkood; was pruned befot'e. Ilav ul-'ossistcd In spraying aui hopo to ound deid in lib cpraleelb.luto 0 )o many moront it by aiuliherxi;!;. j'tlityflnlglu, by hlu .wtSjSQieart given n 'ihTjfifTHso of his fe havo had demonstration examlrattou by Dr. 3i. Red and Sweet clovoi 'iQSiV MVEili?!? a 'or ShiiUz, ji Pleasunt RJdgo and Dr. Miirimt. nnd nlBo Alfalfa w viflWff J ast, which havo dono well,nmTF!)w ivlrk, of iPhllpoU dyoud a doubt that there at all' he1 Following his tisuubugtom, Alvey to ,11s barn to' M'sei'eyenlnsi alscu where wo mano iiiuneTCf'ii ld roroafuMurfrMttgcr than for them, and Ucl u't.tvrf. arntlou chll- toro our land and fill our j wot nnp'j'pjwU, hi wife ' lldrea to 00k tor rMta, 'i"he chljd re- our stock. '(ten Wo bavo also domoaittatloui i, turned I) a few mtaate, 4and told his s nsloon udan grass, showing whutk wonder mother flint his father j! amount of food can bdproducvd In tho crjb, Mrs. Alvo; wont qulck- hor u a short whllo on a smli amount ly to tho crib and dls nvered Ph .ilclans woro Wo also have monstra- - husbandl was Vt groutid. I .,.., fnrr j llUiUoiui'rtjiiu "Ufi'i. -jtimtrinilfil I m naiad ha fat v f vT"'' ...JHWPJF III KrOUUU iiH.A..l - h cWm leaves yiJiSmi woudortul resultGtiSi wheat In connection1 lth rfW'fbur. chlldrcKMgLWjithlriy.t&roa Fuiiertn-vlceo.t ng-i- . will ifcesphate, Also nltra.Q (I on. ju ha. AeJljeld it U o'clock; t'k'ii morning. a wonderful Uovet Jiowlns jm w ncouraco belter poul- to such an client that you poultry ii tlrlruiodoca nrorv sect I (Hi of tbo con- 1110 Ol. fgftiid nli-- better fkjdinK of the 'lM'm(r7 O pecuru tuuipj vbb" " uiu Vo Ta o 1 . iy ,? brle-f'Wny- il Innl XT I.. to ihsw.t,,'!!'v?"s,r',,,', . make recomcndatlor3 to Congress to cover tho situation. CARRANZA WILL Estimates ns to the revenue to bo derived by placing tariff duties on virtually everything on tho frco.list NOT SIGN PACT . nro In the committee's hands. From theso estimates tho committed hopes to ovolvo a" rcvonuo bill" which may Include n number ot tho chief ar- PROTO IS REJECTED BY FIRST CHIEF ABANDON HOPES ticles Imported and omit many othFOR SETTLEMENT. ers. Hropo Of Proposals. Original proposals under consider ation involved placing- - an additional f MAY WITHDRAW TROOPS cent a pound tariff ot from H to on sugar and from 3 to C per cent of tho value, of wool, rubber and cof- Fletcher To Tko Up Post In Mexico Customs officials recommend fee. Arrodon'do Ambassador strongly Hint tho tariff, if Imposed, Returns. bo made specific rather than ad as tho collection ot ad valorem, valorem tariff brings complexities lacking in tho case of specific duties. Washington, Jan. 2. When tii If specific, a- 3 to 5 per cent tariff American members of tho Mexican on wool would amount io from four-fift- American Joint Commission had finot a cent to Vt cents a pound;, ished consideration today ot Gen.' on rubber approximately from 2. to "Cnrranza's reply, falling to comply 3 cents and ou coffee from V to With their demand that the protocol providing iconu for withdrawal of tho Importations of sugar for the last American troops from Mexico bo ratifiscal year wero approximately fied, there Wero indications that ef0. pounds, valued nt ? forts to enter into an agreement with An Increase of Vi cont a tho do facto government, thru th pound would bring In $12,250,000 commission, would bo. abandoned. A additional revenue anually; a For the first tlmo an official admiscent lncrcnso would net $24,GD0,O00 sion was mado that Carranza had reIncrease In revenue. A tariff of 3 fused to sign the protocol. The. comper cent on wool would net ap- missioners said they expected to draft proximately $3,600,000 annually; 5 their response to Carranza tomorrow. In NtwYork Ev.nlng Pott. per cent, $5,800,000. On rubber a Tho failure of tho commission Xo 3 per cent, tariff would net ap- give Mexican-America- n' relations a proximately $4,500,000, 5 per cent brighter aspect was offset somewhat, Tho proposed tariff on by official intimations that Henry P. $7,500,000 TO RAISE TARIFF TOBACCO BUYERS coffeo, estimates show, would bo tho Fletcher, confirmed as Ambassador least productive ot ail, netting ap- to Mexico almost a year ago, was proximately $3,100,000 13 per cent about to start for his post, where ON MANY THINGS and $5,26o;o00 if 5 per cent ' SUE FOR DAMAGE American lntero3ts now aro repreNo recommendations whatever ss sented by a clerk. Tho report that expedition soon-woulto .mothods of raising revenue havo Qcn. Pershing's bo withdrawn, regardless ot ta aUITH RANGING FROM $100 TO ADMINISTRATION LKAPKRH KKKK been made, it is said, by Treasury, ' MBANH OK RAISING RKVKN- -' bepartment officials to the commit- Carranza's attitude, also gained fresh S300 1II.KI) IN OHIO CIRtee, and tho estimates which havo Impetus,, and it was understood the I'K TO MKI7T JHiKICJT. CUIT COURT. been furnished wero caienyln ro AdrahtbKration had this movo under sponsc tojrMHMts pt tti "eommjtti oL-- j serioMr consideration. JtL 11. i vs. :j s OUR DAILY AMMUNITION ;l ".' hs " I 1 - 210.-000,00- rJi fi Cir A 'A I r -- PREBARING- -A Pg-TTHO- m&x5scMiiB3- -nn Qinncs 7? - tn&fc, lf J 3 V; AVIIJH06N BE STARRED meeting, and later referred lnuulrles - Itujcni to" Ask EnormoiiN Siun l'roni OthtT Ilujcn Kor Alleged In- tcrnKHldllng. JncriAfe-'O- 'Coffee. Wool Certain Other Articles Ueing Considered. n Ruil)er-Ani- l Washlnston. Jan. 1. tho three shipbuilding W&& ' ; er asto-wheth- ho would go to Mexjco - Official ot to President Wilson- and Secretary v.4 '4' . j . 4 0v .s' mm iaii w iW , .1 , 1 uvo-uovc- r lQiiurgfwas u-- ,3 tbHoet'tho ( .dL tjww CTy-S-JSri- s a Smith, representing tho Washington, Jan. .2. Tho problem Tobacco Company, and ot raishig additional revenue for the Woodward & Kirk, acting for. J. II. Government to avoid "threatened dam-ag'd'eflcltKat tho end ot the next fiscal Wc8torflcId,havo tiled forty-tw- o suits with Circuit Clerk aAc ycsTlias assumed such proportions Porter ngalnst tobacco growers ntA thai Administration leaders In ConOhio, Daviess and McLean counties gress nro reviewing the entire free for ullcgcd contract breaking. The list to consider the advisability of buyers concerned claim to havo le- placing tariff duties on other comgally bought tho defendant's tobac- modities thnu coffee, rubber and co and stato In their petition that tliu wool" aud Increasing tho present tartobacco has slnco been' sold to other iff on sugar. parties, tho defendants thereby fallRevenues to be dcrlcvod from theso ing to ubldo by their contracts and lour sources will fnll far below tho causing tho plaintiffs damage Ruuunccdcd, unless there Is n radical company and rvfsjpn upward of tha' tariff duties Tha Wcstorfleld bought suverul thousand originally proposed ou them. pounds of tobacco lu this and adjoinboloro tho Ways and ing coUntlcB in tho full beforo prices Moans Committee by Treasury De- hnd advanced to tho present btsU , pnrtmcut exports nro said to show point. Somo form ot written contract that under a maximum tariff of C was signed by tho grower whereby por cent these four commodities 110 ngrecu 10 uoiivcr 10 mo purcuascr would yield not moro than $G0,ti00,- ut stated prices. Wbon prlcps ad- 000 anually and probably not more vanced It was temptation to tho sell,- - than $15,000,000. Secretary McAdoo O cr and It is claimed that many of estimates that approximately will havo to bo. ralsod by thorn Bold their tobacco elsewhere. Where deliveries wero mado tho pur taxation In addition to sums to bo chaslpg companies in many; luutaiiCvJ derived from- proposed bond lssuos. , Articles Not Eliminated. paid more for tho wood than- - originally1 promised. Tho cliiot remaining articles 011 tho Tho damugo asked by tho plalntlCs frco list, not eliminated by tho policy rangos from $100 to $500,.depcudltig ot non disturbance of such big indusington. upon tho slzo of tho crop. Tho result tries as tbo iron and fcteol trade, HOPKINS COUNTY MINE cocoa, drugs', Undressed turn of theso cases will be watched, with TIPPI.E IS DESTROYED INDIAN BABIES TEST BETTER THAN WHITES Interest us thoro has been some cjuea- - nnd skinn, meats, oils, potatoes, silk tlon ns to whether or not the coil- - and tea, Other articles on tho froa Madlsonville. Ky.. Jan. 1, Tho Ashland, Wis., Dec. 30. That tho tracts would bo held binding. Tho list understood to havo been virtual- - tipplo of the Hecta mines at attorneys representing tho plaintiffs ly eliminated from consideration aro owned by tho St. Bernard Aniprican Indian is nol" deteriorating by Is tho deduction made from the exaro continent mat mo coutracts ure copper and iron ore, leamor aim Coal company, wuu destroyod legal. btcol products. a,uch ns rails. A host lite this morning causing a loss amination of Indian babies ut llity Rig Suit To Bo Filed. of mlnic articles nlso nro on tho of sovernl thousand dollars. It 1$ Bad fiver fair at Odauah recently, Chippewa babies wero. Tho Republican has InfoVifeitloa freo list, and on theso estimates havo not knowR Just how tho lire orig- Twenty-tw- o been furnished ihe conimlttco, show-su- inated, but it la supposod to havo measured, weighed and given rigid that a damago suit Involving? ot monoy will bo filed byjRwKijjp lug tho amount ot revenue which caught lu tho room- occupied by physical teats. t report of tho examiners W Tho tobacco buyers against cortaWjooTef small tariff duties would yield. tbo switchman, Tho mines are about and that tho subjects averaged better tobacco buyers today or tonwraw In 4'ddltloual sources of revenue un ono mllo north ot Burlington the dor couslderatlon by tho conunlUeo 'jj,0 flro department was unablo to than tho whlto babies who woro ex- unto Circuit Court wiim-a- f; plaintiffs charge lutermeddlliit witb Include articles on which the. infer- - render any assistance rucviii. uaoy - auuw hi aniiueu ai-I Ashland. - nal rovenua bureau colloctp an exNo naruos would bo glvcontracts. She Understood. en out but from the best luforbutlon clso ta.x, notably tobacco. Tobacco oxclso nnd Aviator (homo from tho war on MARRIAGE LICENSE ISSUED obtainable It seems that tbo suit la already Is under-heavSINCE OUR LAST REPORT tho outcrowth of tho alleged broken tariff taxes, but somo officials feel leavo) And then when you aro up. moro revenue pretty high threo or four nines, contracts referred to abovo. that considerably R. II. Baird, Hartford. R. 7, say and you look down, it's posltlvo It s said that tho question Involv- - could bo raised by imposing has uever boen decided J) twtho al taxes, which would not add ap ly sickening, It Is stupendous, aw- - Ethol Guy Funk. Hartford, R.VJJ E. JTllford. Bruver Dam, wl kiiH-tkA- t Kentucky courts and it Is preclably to tho cot to tho con full A groat height Is a feartui el Rains, Beaver Dam,, bitterly foififitj, thing. I can" toll you. sumer, the case will bo syra-J- Danilo Westerfleld, Ford8vUMKs Lady (feollnglyi Yes, I can now are, that Presi . Indications lalt! IIoubo nnd' laMiiJrt: dent Wilson will leave tho problem pathlzo- witht you, poor tioy. I fqel 1, to Uesfilo Caaary, Msgn. , . Irvln Hclfner, Heflla, ta fordr Cheap at $3C0 'ApHryMrUhte to tho Ways and Means Committee just that way myself when I'm en Tiger. mil will not find it necessary to top of a atepladder. i3 oaice. Darncs n & Ross-Vaugh- o, companies which submitted proposals to con- struct battle cruisers virtually havo reached nn agreement with the Navy Department on a form of contract to govern tho building of these vessels As on a cost and percentage basis. nono ot tho companies submitted spc- clflo cost figures, all four of tho Lansing. No Btatomcnt was forthcoming from tho White House ou tha State Department. Ross-Vaug- ed ........ $195,-OQO.OO- - Summoned To Mexico. Secretary Raker said no plans for immedlato withdrawal' ot the troops had been considered. It is knowu, however, that army officers aro pressing strongly for tholr recall, contendcruisers authorized at tho last ses- ing that in their present position they sion of Congress, probably will bo can not do effectivo work toward built nt actual cost plus a specified protecting the border; 'that they aro In a bad strategic point, and should percentage. Present Indications are that tho bo brought out and distributed alone awards will bo made .early next tho border, with, plans perfected for month, tho Nowpprt News Shipbuild- sending a forco across the lino at ing and Dry Dox Company, tho Foro somo moro dcstrablo point if tho ocCompany, ot casion should ariso In the future River .Shipbuilding EHseo Arrodondo, Mexican AmbasQulncy, Mass., and the Union Iron Works, of Sail Francisco, and prob- sador designate, announced during ably William Cranip & Sons, of Phil- tho day that ho had been summoned adelphia getting contracts for ono to Mexico to confer, with Gen. Carbattlo cruiser each. Secretary "Dan- ranza regarding tha relations of tho to equip tho two nations. This was construed in iels has. determined Philadelphia navy yard for battlo somo quarters as indicating a detercruiser construction, but that will mination by Carranza to withdraw hW diplomatic representative. Mr. Artako mdro than a year. The department Is facing a perplex- rodondo stated, however, that ha expected to return within a few wocks ing 'problem in getting tho four scout cruisers authorized under to resume his duties and tho'fact that jA contract, for ono has tho United States was contemplating construction. been awardod to a Seattlo company, sending its Ambassador to Mexico and bids on tho other- - threo havo City lent weight to tho Iheory that, been readvortlsed, but navy ofjlclals If Mr. Arrodondo was not continued havo Ho assuraucos that they will In hla position here, andTUer envoy Mr. Ar- brlug any prqposals within tho cost would bo sent by Carrunza rodondo's family remuln In Wash- llmlt set by Congress. 35-kn- ot tQi&U'- Earl-Ingto- n, , liW m - I'I i u y Ff &8l 'I J -i - '1,i -- . M . - ; 1 l-- ,(.. ,lfa .ir. ' " I. - A.. M k- 'v. Ytf of g&p-vwtheso two squat, evil native Ivoyokuk and Nulato. They killed, ck of often, for a pack of ten or a at, producer, & tho JttTso Info of I HARDSHIPS iOF WAR flour. roM, of wliloh IhU couitry hd was to wait, Their way of death mot Uun $600,000,010 slacc BY ROUND ROBIN concealed In the shore brush on tho Ika kcgiDBlairof the roar. of KKACIIKH 1'AIUS, KV., OS WAY TO Yukon down which many men have J "Th- - toUl 'world production come sciiki'nc 'fortune. The ochoo Ml ftovtn? of Atncrlm sold 'from tU& V1IKKK UK SKKKH CHICAGO, TK.1CIIK8 OKFU'KIU THAT Tl of a, rlflo shot do not carry far along ( the yrcsant tlmo was J1G,50,00.-00- 0 KMPIiOYMKNT. I tiU.UUMMKN ON HOIURnv Its hurrying waters. vnluc," thd state- l coinloR Jimmy" and "Old Toby" sol- -' H011K RIGHT!. MAVK "Old "Tho sold moner or all imomt wild. dom missed a man at lens than 200 countrlra of the world for which t llMiortlnrr ' ...!,. f 1... Tlinlr li n t nil iu U'.TI lllW.TVB wre nvallablo In 18B0 ngero-Katand 'on Jan- from tho Ilusslan army, forced to lleo filled with plunder tea ami flour and $4,144,100,000, PUT FLOORS HI TENTS I uary t, lQlG, $8,2GI,000.00I silver from the country to avoid tho ponalty bacon. That tho Yukon did not swallow money of the same countries "was In of death and being on the road to "Old 1808, $4,287,000,000, and In 191C, the United States for over two yciirj, moro of "Old Jimmy's" and BCUt Ohio MilitisuiMm Start Mvc- The 'uncovered pa- during which llmo ho was arrested Toby's" secret was due to tho cour- $2,441,080.00. ' vommfuC Tlmti Urines Better per money of tho countries In ques- as a German spy and sent to Siberia, age of n deaf mid dumb Indian upon two CunillllpHH. tion was stated In 1S9S at $2,"rB.-000.00- arc somo of tho remarkable experi- nn who had once blundered i ences of Jacob Stern, of I'etrograd, murderers red handed. Held under and In 101C at lips sealed by threats of Russia,' 20 years old, who arrived In duress, her KI Paso, Tex., Dec. 30. It tool; tRRfi the world's cold otit Paris last week to resldo with his death, tho woman only recently dar,ftwll U-ed Inform ofllccrs. is "uprising" such as disturbedto the put nevcr roftCi,c,i s much w ?100.-- "y uncle, Max Munich. " mm J. jar 000iooo annually; in ISOft it cross-irutKitjlitli Ohio Infantry here Mr. Stern was forced to Join the) When tho two killers wero nr- -' V i t Ir smug "o-j- j of many of lli'lrj nllielnls out of their tho $200,000,000 lino; In 1903, (army who ho was 18 years old and rested, tho effects "I i hllo about .victims were found In their pocci Von thut thi American Boldier Irf a , $309,000,000, and In 100G, for tho was sent to tho front. them Is In the pent-- . machinery with no flrst Umo OXCeotleU $100,000,000. It two miles from the German ero pieco of csthe.8lon. One of right to do any Individual thinking! ajvance,i Htcadily until It reached German artillery got the ran of the lentlary for life, the other leaped Tim hoya of the Eighth not only , $470,000,000 in .191G. Silver pro- - , train nnd the officers gave or rs for ' overboard from tho boat jaklng hltn adding his ot fcverythlug they demanded, hut ,iuclton nn,t oxecedod $100,090,000 tho men to scatter and seel' afety. to trial at - a.11 other guardsmen In tho Kl Paso a,muaiiy i ifi80,and In 1893 cxcecnl- - I' This was October 22, 1914, le day hones to tnose oi nis victims in uiu 52 I Inerica. i mud of the Yukon milltary district got tho samo conces- - otl( for tho flr!)t ti,n0( $200,000,000, Stern decided to fleo to I nearest , Cannda has frustrated much trag- ftioiw. making Us highest record In 1911, . Young Stern walked to tin The result of tho Eighth's "round $292,000,000, and slowly declining station njid rodo thirty miles to an- -, cdy-- by requiring Its Klondyke gold rliin," making vicious complaint , $232,900,000 In 1D15. other town where he changed his un-- 1 district travelers to register nnd by . camp conditions, has liecn to While , keeping tab on them thru thn North-ther- e Iform for citizen's clothes. higher ups that unless they as a German west Mounted Pollco organization, twivliico he was arrested MiiRCrinu Coiiftlui Aro l)niiRrniw. six'' Whenever a voyager leaves White cater tu the physical comfort: of Get rid of that! tickling cough that spy and conflnod to Jail for s, he must leave rrlvates nnd noncommissioned keeps you nwuke at night and drains 'months. Unwilling to give his real Horse for down river Uiero will eventually be a Na- your vitality and energy. Dr. King's name because ho feared ho would j his name, destination and description, tional Guard with moro officer than New Discovery is n pleasant balsam bo nut to death as a deserter. Stern; Tho pollco stations along the route man doesn t Mltsted men. and was forced to face tho charge. check up on him. If a remedy, antiseptic, laxative SIX MONTHS ONE YEAH Xono For KnlMctl Men. V Though sufficient evidence could not arrive within reuspnable time at hl3 I promptly effective. It soothes the Is beho was scut avowed destination a search Officers laid floors in their own Irritated membrnno and kills the be secured against lilra, tcutu weeks ago nt their .own ex- 'cold gorms; your cough Is soon re- - 'to Siberia to await there the end of gun. however, no pense. But no provision was made Mlnvn.l In American naliv ): cl;mrnirillla cet tho war. Ho was forced to walk tracing system territory, Men Is maintained. tw flooring tents of the enlisted men there, together with a number of New D8CoverJ. at onco convicts, the trip lasting three who disappear leave no clews. They nearly fifty years' It has been are simply blotted out. aero was suffering. remedy for grippe, croup. months. graduato.-ofamOhlunlverblty the favorito A Gets 10 Centn n Day. u bottle to- co'ughs"nud colds." Got uko came to the border voices the (day at your Druggl6t, 50c. His story of the hardships a prts-oufilings of the men in this fashion: j I thero has to enduro Is very -- Ve enlisted men in tho guard striking. He was, forced to work (!AHUAI.TI: liNOT klNDAY) For Infants and Children Mi't be bluffed or overawed by tho KHCOIU OH outdoors all day and at night was IN WAK TO JAN. t, 117 placed In a small room with thirty-fou- r ponderosity of tho regular In Us I r.:roy men who. sit in their swivel A''D other prisoners. An allowance Iiy a careful comparison of statls- - of 10 cents a day was given him, tiairs or lo'uugo in their comforta . ' Ha,! fMni-- Alffnt.rk aniirKnd vHn frtl u.wv. .Te homes.' luvEl Paso and decide it l"-- " 'ul" which was Just sufficient to buy n Signature of aro estimated to be tho total half pound of bread, all the food wm't hurt an enlisted man to pitch belligerents hft cot on the. bare ground or stay In military .caBualtles of tho ho received. C'OsV to January 1. 1917: a tent :that has .holes in It. In June, 1916, Mr. 'Stern took WHAT WAR HAS 1,400.000 NATIONS TO .IAN. 1, 1017 kto way "We don't claim to be profession- - Great Britain "French leave" and made 8.700.000 A Grcal MonttilN Magazine sJ soldiers. Wo came down hero to "ussla to Vladivostok, where ho secured a S.800.000 While tho Indirect money cost of cip out' 'because wo thought there Franco munition-carrying ship, on a i 0,000 Job ! fields, was going to be war. which plied between Russia and Ja- the war in ruined towns and 500,000 pan. productivity and maimed folnir fn hnvn necessarv Serbia After arriving in Japan tho diminished 225.000 beings. can never be jliyslcal comforts or we'll raise hell Belgium . .. deserter took passage on the steam aud slain humnn following Is an approxl- I 350.000 ship .' !,., Mil Nttin.inntiiH nf flip Humania i Maru, bound for Seat known, tho Canada --- Jiuntlnn of the direct money cost v - inner iiOejn:.i. ,...u. TimiSO csoney in ucing ncre, out the .vguiar tho different belligerent governments Young Stern Is well educated 15,845,000 Total Entente army follows don't appreciate it." jot tho conflict to January 1, 1917: ing graduated from the Unlve Germany 4,500,000 580 Mon Hlcn Prott. $15,000,000,000 Great Britain 4,250,000 of Petrograd with a doctor of medi- ' When r.R!) enlisted men in the Austria-Hungar- y cine degree. , 200,000 Ufghtli Ohio had tho nerve to sign Bulgaria . 11.000.000.000 Asked if ho thought the Allies France 400,000 Uio "round robin." the regular army Turkey 3,000,000,000 would win tho European war, he Italy ' swnniandcrs saw that the guardsmen evaded u direct answer, saying thsit Minor Entente na- Total Central Powers.. O.SSO.OOO aero not to bo trifled with. 2,500,000.000 lions at present tho Germans were getting Almost, as If by magic, carloads of b Limi the best of the Russians. The reason .25,195,000 Grand total lumber upp&ircd nnd army trucks $41,000,000,000 Total Kntcnte ho assigned for this is that the Rusfjshtd from one regiment to anoth-- 1 Of theso a fourth, or 6,300,000 aro sians haven't sufficient , ..$15,000,000,000 railroads to Germany .t In tho El Paso district unloading dead. ... 7.700,000.000 transport food and supplies to tho Austria-Hungar- y This is a rough approximation. Ou- material for tout flooring. 1.000.000,000 Turkey army. The guardsmen from nil the States ly Great Britain and Germauy give t 300.000,000 Bulgaria . . Butter For $2.50. a service here aro now fixed for the t out lists of losses, and tho German Mr. Stern smiled as he was askSplendid Combination at Little Over winter. Each man has a cot, with lists aro always mauy months in Total Ceutral ed to compare the cost of living In heavy wrtny- blankets, and plen-- j rears. Tho figures for tho British Halt The Price. $24,000,d00,000 Powers the United States with that In Rus:y of warm clothing. Tho food is losses aro most reliable. Tho Military cost to neu; sia. In that country, he sulci, the n casual- conceded to bo excellent. Ulan and $700,000,000 trals due to war.'. inhabitants were able to get meat are kiiowu only In a very vague only on Thero's another thing the men aro ties Saturday and Sunday and insisting on and that is a kindlier at- way, but they tiro certainly enor then had to pay one dollar per pound. Grand total, direct Subscription orders at tiis rate will bo mous. titude, on the part of officors. military cost of In order to secure meat one has to Berlin recently estimated that "Won't Co With Guardsmen, when sent through rogular Courier- $63,700,000,000 war stand In lino for soveral hours, The boys on the border "helping lo&sca sluco June 1 last for all belllg-eat- " ' Tho indirect cost is probably twlco Journal Agents in thii distritt, refuse to get themselves Into cronts had been nt tho rate of n Other things also are high. Sugar an great as the direct cost, giving million meu u mouth, or 7,000,000. that mental attttudo of subserviency costs SO cents a pound and butter $196,000,000,000 as a rough approxIJERRYD pVALKKR, . vkere they'll step off the sidewalk Tho casualty rute is certainly rising brings fz.au per sixteen ounces, imation of tho loss to humanity by j Hartford, Ky. so a regular army of- - 3 tho war goes on, because of tho Shoes uro "slightly" more expensive I lwo 'lV,rs nml flvo months of stand- l.tto it mudholo larger masses of men und the better n?er won't get his shoes muddy. Armugedd on. Nearly two than in tho United States, costing '" at I ilnlltirqt In tho regular army, It's possible weapons involved, $45 a pair. Tho most ordinary suit liiitiflrn.l ttimtuntift mllllnn W ' Tho number of men killed in other to exercise powcra of almost life and The war Is now costing $110,000,-00- 0 of clothes cannot bo bought for less death over an enlisted man, but that wars la as follows: American Civil than $75 nnd Is C'0UlUER..jqURNAI, CO.,',l.oliisvilU-- , Ky. a day. hard to get ut that fcrauil of discipline won't go with the War, 1,000,000; Crimean, 485,000; price. Tho American Civil War UiBted I I Franco-Prussia290,000; Spanish- mardsmeu. Mr. Stern probably will accept a ! f0'' 'ears a'"1 tho llrttt c"3t waB on' Rus-IIn fairness to officers In the guar 1 American, 2910; Uoer, 12,000; But It took the lucratlvo position with an engrav- ly $8,000,000,000. . ii 555,900. must bo said a majority treat their ing company in Chicago which lia:t South fifty years to rccovor from It. ' men as human beings and show ' been offered him. SUIT, Sore .Muscles Relleve.1. "taac&bone" fellowship toward them. ' VIRGINIA LOSSES UKAVIIjY Cramped muscles or soreness folTho "upiising'Mn tho Eighth Ohio THROUGH RY.VN'S .MOVING. a Sure Thins. Found : No Combination in going to Ijsvo effects I. 11. Wlxen, Farmers Mills, N. Y lowing a cold or case of grippe, urc for the betterment of the whole Richmoud, Va., Dec. 29. Thomas has used Chamberlain's Tablets for cuxort und relieved by an application Does not stain Reading Like Ryaii, vho has boon a legal resident I years for disorders of the stomach of Sloan's Liniment. of Virginia slnco 1905, nnd who was and liver and says, "Chamberlain's the skin or clog thu pores like mussy . a'A'f-xvtxQ1y- i ! tIS'l 'Miha Hi W, iViiMipatluu Mitkcct You Dull. compelled this year to pay to thj Tablets aro tho best I havo ever us ointments or plasters ami penetrates I t3FWi& Ail ' Vm.Jti'N M 2-i- o AU'For That dragf.y, listle33, oppressed Stato alouo moro than" $235,000 In ed." Obtaiuablo ovprywhero. in quickly without rubbing. Limber up your muscles nfter excrcUe, drive feeling generally results from constl- - tascj on Intanglblu property which E l IBH f T I II J MP Tl out tho pains and uches of rheumaor NORTH cation. The Intestines are clogged had not been subjected to taxation .m.ysti:rv SWAlil.OW 8CORKS or MUX tism, neuralgia, lumbugo, strains, nd tl0 blood becomes poisoned. Re- -. for eleven years, has notified tho Companion sprains und bruises with Sloan's Linl(ov this condition at onco with Dr. Commissioner of Revenue of Kelson Usuesof lift At alt Unaluska, Alaska, Dec. 31. Tho iment. Get a bottle rz 153UU WUTHT5 COMPANION 11 "KJub'h New lilfo Pills; this geutle. County that ho has transferred his The jvott faial! nrU of America, S millions taken out of Ahisku in gold, Diugglsts, 25c. Is ulckly offee- - residence lo Washington, D. C. naifi or UJ''Ji stories avjiuupi .nl'Ji7. inl m tfvti. A dubo at bcdtlmu will mnko i wJMiorfa thoiuxiij Anl;!e3 It is estimated tho transfer of Mr. lls'h and furs aro dearly paid for In nr.il bu'S aim i. s. lhous.-miNo ResiKitihltillltk'H. you feel lulfthter In tho morning. Ryan's legal rcsldenco will mean an lives. "So my daughter has consented to It Is a land of missing men. (let a bottle y at your Drug- - 'annual loss of ? 80,000 lu taxes to tho a mail comes North thutulocs become your wife. Havo you fixed 3 Stato of Virginia and NolBon County, Not gist, 2r.:. McfibJl where Is locatod his great country not plead with the marshals of Alas- - the duy of the wedding?" ITCAIU3 MAGAkiKB "I will Have thut to her." to trace men whoso trails have ka estate. KTGirr im.r.ioNS gold gauPit53ftte4riiyiK?J. U QI.IS A.1D A DKES3 "fIU you have a church op n IMINIOD IN 25 VKARS Thero Tho collection of tho Ryan taxes (Buddenly been blotted out. w; an issuo iu tho General Assembly aro literally thousunds of such in- private wedding?" Cf.a.'tl'lutit.Aixiicuii muuicii. M;xi ot S'w-f5Wilf "Iler moCuor can dccldo that." Eight billion of 191G, and resulted In the onact-doltu- quiries from all cikIb of tho earth. .N'ew York, Due. 30. jAvaui, rrjm u iiiisir a .. .tu 3U z; "What have y6u to live on?" d tho meat of a law ullowiug tho State to , Some undoubtedly coiao to bo Iu(gohl has been mlucd iu ttyu,vtBti;. "I ivlll leuvo thut entirely to you, up in a land whoro only tho years, against anjussoss back taxes to 1903. On May lAvt twenty-five- ) andlSe. 400 years pre- - 1, 1916, more than a month before present counts, but many are oblitertiquul amount in tho $2-i- o t n ivr . . tiodiug, tho Nutlonal City Batik stal- - tho law went into effect tho State ated by tragedy. j Auditor 1 received a check for I23C,- - i "Old Jimmy" and "Old Toby," (D UltUntNt t r.O. WM7UMUtlW of tho Yukon and vicious Tho gold money of tho woeid has OJt.l.", tu full payment of back taxes - v mgfwi a m YQUTH'S COMPANION lor 52 Kid doubled: In tho last twenty years, owed to thq Stato by Mr. Ryan. It enough to havo distinction in any 1THE OiTtf r It to ntiu yJuUi'n Compenloa vulwrlft ts itiy.Y Horn tUewJtr. Mvney Hack 5eHired ar while silver money has decreased ouo- - was tho largest uinglo chock lu pay-tm- lf company of renegades, havo account. . dk M.PAII'4 MArtA7lMff....nfinrtnili fn. a. . ... .' If ou take the Drnqsbou TnliJot;, tba e ifiSEuSm 'ESSSiiffi lor ifwiV i ao SWiSiSw'" M5r B taxes over recelvod ed for many of these missing ndvon-turerin the 6amo period. Tho bank, nieut of You tnujaias tht buaineMi mm cun taka it at college or Itj tnn t. Writo THE YOUTH 3 COMPANION. ;t. Pal St.. BCJ.'k) MASSAd 1U3ETT: H was bafJ. was Impelled to issuo tho by the Auditor. Mr. Ryan gavo no DUl'QH M'a VBieTIClt BUSISKW ilLXQH I They wero wholesale inurderere, bocauBO of tho exception reason for inoviug hla residence. ruocu, ajr, ataletuonl RESULTS GAINED Bllr tilsU prlto of silver, of which 111 i;niiu miu.i a "ii" nv - DESERTER TELLS10F , al cs ii.l. ( Coat Suits, ! 0, 1 Slifti , ! I I SHbCMffiKCo.j HAFjTOrfO, KY. r1. SSS?'SWWSSW:kvw. $4.00 I I ofll-Mr- . ; .$2.00 COURB JOURNAL er CASTOR A Daily By Mail For0vr30 Yars WMJfTZKiWf Io'e uivv farmL family r '. During, UariMary '3- .y!ls,l . February Only Special Rat Period edto These Two Morths. a ar-tir- ly Austro-Hungariu- i I 1 n, t rWyiifWJi,liMWIIMWW c of It Hd trails BL 1 lm to-da- r eYoujIis fm pheBestTwoi jT l - tL M s Magazme lH rs 3'. swol-lowc- to-du- s 64 1 i Position Yr I J tho-Stat- 3. I ,TXu j f OTT. v rw t U mm '? " MM:M " " ." r-- mi .I. J aucn tobacco enjoyment as you never thought could be is urs to J sai "'il v. ., llftccn men wou J., etrlko riot. command tjick as you buy some Prince Albert and fire-u- p a home-mad- e pipe or a cigarette ! Prince Albert gives you every tobacco satisfaction your smoke-appetit- e ever hankered for. it's made by a patented (V'JJ process that curs out bite and parch! Prince Albert has .always been sold without coupons or preilllUIIlij. We prefer to give quality ! That's because .n.j October 11 Pn BfltHIKHHnV nojmccs seven memb iPr m MmSMMt h'-visory Commission of the .h ! v vv ,Nntlonal Defense, many October killed, wounded, iu continued riots In Hay- onuc. lost when ! October 20 Twenty-on- e Duiiith steamer James H. Colgate i sinks iu storm on Lake Erie. November R Six killed, fortv wounded lu I .W. W. strike battle At Everett, Wash. November 7 Wilson and Marshall President and Vice President or the United States. November 15 Fifteen tliousnil American employers from National Industrial Conference Hoard to light organized labor. 0 Miss Iluth Law November flics from Chicago to New York with only one stop. " admit November 22 Hughes of President Wilson. election .November 27 Federal ' Reserve to banks Hoard Issues warning In foreign against jl IJLiiSK I I B government notes. On the rTt iie December 2 President Wilson In Pro. you will readHfl augurates Stntuo of Liberty permaa-en- t J A xjMEa jjo"h. fpS?." hU" Illumination at New York City -- -, , ,T.y men j, if M llccember 4 Pope names ten new .UkfteURMNGMPtAND' b.fo,,! J . cioxnent tobacco cardinals, all from Entente countries. December 4 United States envojt' to Holland, Slam and Colombia re- - , 'boirv L Children Cry for Fletcher's no Ibc Kind in use for orer over 30 years, has home the eignature of suii has been nade uidcr his rer-j0 Mnal 9HPerv,'scn since its iafsney. Aii01(r no one to deceit you in thia. All Counterfeits, Imitations and " " are but Experimentc that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience againct Experiment. Jnst-asrEo- Yu Have Always Bought, and which has bean - t2J&?ttfcjiuicy. 'GUec4WKJ 19-2- nt Castoria is a haimlcss substitute for Castor Oil, Porer.dric, Drops and Soothing Syrups; It is pleasant. It contains neither Opiumt Morphine nor other narcotic substance. It& age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wiad Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying FeverinuneGs arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giwng healthy and natural deep, The Children's Panacea The Mothet's Friend. What is CASTOR A - :wnQE -, I H GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS Fringe Albert f Ae dUii national joy smoke i H December 18 Gov. Charles 3. Whitman, of New York, declares for prohibition, it Is announced. December 19 Boston votes to rtay wet desplto Hilly Sunday's campaign majority' bigger than uu- Anti-dr- y i.l. In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought aZCcki - for THE CCNTAUH COMPANY, NEW VOWK CITY. Had Habits. Those who breakfast at eight o'clock or later, lunch at twelve and have dinner at six are almost certain ut to be troubled with Indigestion. Tluy dr. Hot allow lime for ono meal to d . digest beforo taking' another. Not httmr-dol?s than fivo hours should elapse meals. If you nro troubled top that Iteept the tobavco N. C. R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Wintforr-Salea- n, ftllU Indigestion correct your habits in tuch ctffrtrim alux&i'l No Money and take Chamberlain's Tablets, and luAdvnuce you iaay reasonably hope for a quick Sntlwfac-tie- a recovery. Goar These tablets strcngtnen bh Wo4 Indies .re made public. pernteed greatest earn- thir tdomach and enable It to ObJuly 25 lliHortlng LovcHtNct naturally. functions F ct ings la bHtrfry, United States Swiel form rts 'everywhere. "m tainable Prices Corporation ''dlares extra dividend . or ont-'iiecrtVt on common too"c. TeriaM A OV LAFAYETTE 3tft- eirthnuttes IUJITIIPLACE Snvinfi oi aruRoiiASF.n by .amkuicaxs n, S1UO to January "7 illtitswn East YoanKS-tow- Wagnor New 'Yerk City potrtiHHtw, American fofolgn trade for yesr end-n- a t J2flO ?C,C0O,0OO,OOu. 9imo Obin; biwlntss section destroy- 5iut tlie latter declines. Fioiii "Now York, Dec. 31. Tho historic P A. STAACK April 2C lr. Ida S. norrs 'July "30 Great explosion of ed; three "killed. 102 Injured. v ory Direct m nreio(,T & in France TUiich was tlie ovorfo. i Wack Tom, a pwilnsula chateau Federal jury" aciults JfoniHl not Bullty on ground of inJanuary oi City ou chnrgo in New "York Harbor, docs Immense blriliplaco of Marqnls de liFayettft o York six Now Tl.iveii Huilrood financiers finity In IN Yf hu been Tmrchased by Americans, ft mViuuro ard takes several Htves. of conspiracy anil dlsiiRrees on five. of polponinK her baby sm. QWtt 9ME Wj;3 announced hero bo May 1 Hraa kills ClarV. amMao-me- nt -- dly I itlierH after a trlaUat New York. Isvet-I- B il Charlct E. Hughes. restored and perpetuated as atomewo will slilp you a btatitiru! Starck Plami for 36 days' Iroo trjal, hi ygur providing Philippine independhome. No cash lajiiifat requlm). All wc auk la that jou will play upon, use strlkea'ktynotc, "AmcTica first and The morial, museum aad home. and tent thlw iilano for 30 ilar. If, at the mil of tt-time. ou ilo not-nalrttie .Imurlca. lllcicnt," when notified of fiftnKl .tl.i,i, Irt'm'M'tf' wm fl.t v.mi hr.iw January IT. Hrplosloa on United ence. a fournrs. f.fhiut purchase was made possible 'through ectn for iritt.Tn ,.uAifjt 'iiri...lv nn.l money, you aio at ptrfec" liberty t Kend It back, and wc will, In lliatr tho May 2 Two killed, many Irart lu BonilnUtiou In Now YoTk Cfte at New York Htatcs ftubmurlno E-ont, lay inc irit;rit doid ways, x v iarcB i'i;uio must mane sooa vm yea, or Mrs. William Astor Auguift 4 Great trallic strike tho efforts cr there Is no sale. Na.y YsrrU Mill"-- four and injuries strike battle at UraddocV, Pa. Obunler and John JdolTat, associated tliou-yan- d 'May 13 Onf hundred lorty starts rn Now York City. Easy Nymwttt leu. Sari $150.00 er Mert with many 'Other prominent Ameriparado for prcpanvlnesH At New We hlp uirctt to you Irom our facUT, It Ton mv no Oik ilown. hut after SO &it AumiM 4 Sir Ernest Shackleton prosperity, January and the Ua(it paymeut cart prices of $150 Is i to tho Falklaiula aftr falling cans,property ofchateau will become nt of that mvp you upwariiutuntw to00furolll tel, trial, youterm? begin juggestnl ou Uiei&n by a neeu w)fii dlntttid States Steel Cor- H'ork City. yoiir pUnn. We easiest etc fhu the French Heroes a lKttrr iiO for tbo money than joj con luunufaeturer. Three term ore arranged ox lu first attempt to rescue mieniberfc f Now May 15 Uv. Whitman, poration reaunifeE regular drvldcuds You are oaliTil ul jrtclvins HVi.tf flclific. cult jcnir eohvemence, aim u la (muiuie ic Fund. ' a KtfacUry rr:rt toned iloiktle high efc'lJ Tork, siRiis bin creating firja oom- - of diis ovnedltlon cm Elupliaut Is jou U hvy a piano for your htttie, vntbouS on $rO8,0U0,000 common noefc. TTho 'estate was. sold by Marquis nsn.jff ini nicety, land. training. Jauury "28 President "ttllson jiUlwry military (Coal Gaston do 'LaFujette, who inherited 'August 4 CloudlMtrst dn Juno 1 Telram from l.lcut. Sir .Imuih 1). IJrandels as nomluattifl . ntytHSsuMi "in 190 front 'Senator Edmund do I ' Ererr','Urck Trtno'v, to KIvot Valley, West lrgiiila, Kills 100 It Starch Justice cwf the Unlu-- States Ernest ShaUleum states ho lias m Wi Lflve ro7u.tanLli' on hn.) 'LaVautto. The present marquis is (rrsntJ for 2r, ,ran. Ihe heft aod inoAt. (mvff. Ice. but 1ft find imiders 5,000 boneless. "Aire tnenner o! tlijitly used 'Mt our 5 Vllf TaVM Supreme "Court. tfiimiux bss tack .a. ..lu j Wu a .grandson of Gen. LaFayette's only of it 'August 13 PresliJeat Wilson j ii9 of plana aim fccrer.iwuuu piauos oi an rcaiVt. .vU ul J vC Ir8. Akiic U, Tel-p- part of his crw behind. January rapthne, ai.i O.o repa. HtaoOuriJ uuik(H b.ken iu George Washington 'LtfFayette. ogoun van tne uuay ex to prevent great (railroad son, tatloo of an Icr new btareh Phno June. 1 American marines land airraonfJ-'rederlcmurdered and clme tealiura of tteas ) The chateau de Cliavaniac LaFay- tvpor.ititl (iIsdo bowic. The follow-h- e ud noo,rriil Iiwtnmwnls, mni Mtrilsn. In 'in San 'Domingo. arc a few sample lrgalni and her .daughter badly woundfd will he pbavit wltlj tint ette is 'in the province of Auyergne, 50 Frtt Mhs!c wry lov priecs at jvti-- h Aireiist 13 In broil at Cheng In $I10."D0 Wber ix mjRtenouH crime on a lonely road Juno 1 Senato confirms l.ouls Southern France, somo 400 mllea rfy ean b? creurstL Lessens QC00 Stelnway John JJrandeia as Assoclato Justice of the Chin 'Tung, Manchuria Chlneso kill rrom Paris. ThWllttle church at which two miles from Iluffalo, N. Y. Plans Seek Fras E0.00 To every purctuerr cf CJiickerio? soland wound eighteen Japauee K. Telpvr. .hiioIUw son, found 1'nltetl Ktatos Supreme Court. Startk Fiaiioe. we givo fre LaFayetto worshiped Is only a step aikl le!ay for our n?w 95.00 Kimball , muaic lefto-n- , in one of lb later tirrcbt-o- d I'eai.Urully illaa'ratctl !1jii 11. Schllff, diepuM--- d diers. ly Injure m'tthitbi-iuJuno 4 Jacob Starck 195.00 look whloh uiveB from tho chateau sates. The origithe Ixst knuvin Eihoalu in jdu t August 29 Wilson addresses with bla troatment, withdraws for thti crime.) laree aino.int ot Lifomu. tl Jeaso. 'I hr$ Icsni you building, which dated from tho ffcnil for comploto us tike la your own home, .Vjcpudbast our latestlist. 'in effort to arert iraficoad nal ttairecanlliigplaiwj. Thit J hargala February' U 'Mrs. ElUabttfi T. from Jowtah Xlonlst and Nationalist ly null. Thin rcproKcnti Fourteenth century, was destroyed dook uui inicreu au strike, osc jcara iroc, instruction. picaw you. wnte teuy. movements. Millir aeiinittiil nt Providence. II. 1 by fire in 1701, but was rebuilt exact 1313 SfnrcU Bldfi., CHICAGO P. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. August 29 U. S. cruiser Memphis ly as,1t stood beforo. of the murder of her husband. Dr. June 7 Republican National Is carried on tho rocks at Santo Do-, starts at Chicago. Ohnrles F. Molir, Newport hoclety The purpose of tho French Heroes plijHlclan. Juno 10 lUpubV'cans nomiuaic mlugo City by a sudden tropical Fund, It was announced, Is to maktt storm. February S Sixty porbons, lnolud-In- g Huglies and Fairbanks. tho chateau d complement to WashAugust 29 President signs great ington's homo at Mount Vernon. In Clerman ;md Turtcibh CoubuIh, InJuno 12 Hughes comes to New "4-44V4- t at York awl starts bis, campaign for navy aynroprlatlon bill. dicted for jumtratity violations It are to bo kept records of Colonial September 1 House patties Adam-so- u .days as wtdl as those of the prescut Ban Francisco Prefeident. eight-hou- r railroad bill. IB Democrats nomlnato February 10 Lindloy M. Garr-Ho- n Juno war. It will bo made, a home for Scptcmbor 2 Senato passes AVIInon nud Maibhall b acclamation resUtiiH an Secretary of War orphans and for soldiers who have bill, llallroad strike ordered been disabled. l'rewldent Wiltoji Insists on a at St. Louis.. FcdoralUed National, iuardlnstcad Among those nehociated with Mrs. Juno 27 )uko of, Dbifonslilro ap- cancelled. 3 September President Wilson Chaulcr and Mr. Mo flat iu making of Continental Army. pointed Governor General of Cansigns Adanibon bill. Februiry 10 More th4 ono hun- ada. the purchase wero Theodore Itoose-vcl- l, September 3 Sir Ernest Shackle-to- n dred and fifty jiolsowil by Jcnn Joseph H. Clioate, Clarcnco July 2 With b total of 379 cases, reaches I'unla Arenas with th? Mack ay, John U. Mlllburn, George (Cronca, an nnarchUt eoolf, at ban-,iiu- Infanlilo .paralysis outbreak at Now members of his Antarctic expedition, xon Ia. "Meyer, Or. John Grler lllbben Lifoliwe expcriuncQ with best of workmon, and can to irchbishop Muifdole'lu In Yoj-Ih'kuib to atiraqt atleuttou. who had been marooned on Elephant nud Dr. Nicholas Mm ray Dutlcr. lilcnt'o. Ulght or children 4 July Oreat give iiny rcforonco desired. Gall mo on Hartford Island. Fobruar t paralysis opldemlo September 5 Halph A. Blaltelock, iwlvertlBlng from Now York wumtry-wld- o n Mill 'o , 'pliono, or address mo at Hartford, Ky. Winter HrliigA Cold To Children. uadcr way American lamlscapo painter, Is tak,campalgn aptilnst national lefcnBO. nhark "lulls a en from an lusano asylum nnd put In July 6 A child rarely goes through tho February Xf Kllhu Itoot. in cam- man wadinc on the beach a,t Spring . n a studio near Engluwood, N. J., to whole winter without ft. cold, and paign speech Rt Now York, uttyj Iako, N. J, mother should have a ha humlluvted tho Nation. In July 7 Covoriunent forecoat coutlnuo his artistic work.and elevat- remedy handy. Fever, soro reliable throat, September C Subway kllleil February 23- - Nino b1i)wb small Aiurlcan crops. WlUi ed strike at light chest and croupy coughs arc We Knock Nv York starts. New Haven' traInijUBt the Spots Out of Things kwreck of three tho partial falluro of crops thruout' September 11 ltcpubl leans swwp sure symptoms. A dose of Dr. ,i8t of UridRcport. htgh: Mnlno in. State Bell's Pine Tar Honey will looten tho world, all ntflons tho tcu March A PrcoIdt Wilson anprices. Octobor 1 Farmers' milk strike . phlegm, relievo the congested lungB nounces Newton R. Haver will bo ntw d July 11 French englnoer cutfl off large part of New York City and stop the oough. It's antiseptic War. fJecrctary of discovery announces heal and soethe. For . pine balsams supply. jMarch 14 First Presidential boo.m Ftfty.flvc typewriter. Letv October 2 American Iutcmatlon- - j croup, whooping cough and chronic French Dry Cleaned and Preused In a du Pont Is lauuch-- d. light In Paris. for T. Colem'n ona csplalaed by Morluc I'lo Superior Manner. "TTuiy 12 troubles try Dr. Dell's Shark kills two and at uorporaiion announces contracts bronchial 't'uro machine. Seven big railroads in Pino Tar Honey. At all Druggists, Send ub your Garments and Have March 23 Dr. Arthur( W. Walto, wounds uuotbor In Matawau Crock, to build $100,000,000 Shorthand, 3 25c. Them N. J. China. polKoiied h who lator Bdmm ho Tolograpby, Btoiiotypr, October 3 Theodore July 13 President Wllsou selpcts Hoosovelt and father-in-lawealthy mother-in-laCLEANED CLEAN Mus'.c, Primary Normal. Exand attempted divers aiur-dcr- x, John JI. Clarke, of Cloveland, O., to and William Howard Taft shako Cluunberlalu's Cough ltemedy .Most pert teachers. Modern eaulpr Packages called for and delivered Hughes' plaeo on hands iu reconcllatton at Union Kdectuul. la arrested In Now York City. occupy Charles E. mont. Position mured. "I havo taken a great many bottho Uulfed States nupromo Court League Club in Now York City. April 10 J. P. Moran hoIIb Write for catalogue. THE ELITE PRESSING CLUB October 3 J. J. (Dutch) McDo-vlt- t, tles of Chamberlain's Cough Remehlra by hlafnthcr for bojich, loft Pa., huuiorlBt, dy and every time it has cured me. July IDWill II, Qrpot round not of WJIkes-DarrA, Ivu Nail, lrop.i moro than $2,000,000. aweet-hoar- t, announces hla candidacy for.tbo pres- I havo found It moat effectual for a Daviess Co. Bus. College Six killed la wrack of guilty of tho ruurdvr of Mb April 17 HARTFORD, KKNXUClfY, Marlon- - Lambert at Waukc-f;a- idency. '""T backing cough and for Colds. After flllt Edgo csprcbB and rilipthor incorporated Count Tcraurh, mill, .taking' It a cough always disappears," HI. pctobor train on Uw Haven Hallroad ' OWKNBHOUO, KVT July 23 AuiiK'au uegoliatiouu tarist, becomes Premier of Japan, - writes J. H. Moore,LosrVally, Ga. Subscribe for 'llio HarUord t r,t Bradford, h. I. woman ltllledtind Obtainable everywhere, m Octobor 9t.Q0 por jew, ftppqlnts K.. vjfJth: Hjnmark for( purchase of Dan3E Prcsldout April I hns a flavor as different as it is delightful. Fox never tasted the like of HI And that isn't strange, cither. Men who rwnc they can't smoke a pipe or roll a fciga-ret- te Bay Prince Albert every cart smoke and w smoce if they use Prince where tobacco it told in Albert. And smokers who have not yet given P. A. a try-oloppy re J bag, 5c f tidy trd tin; 10c; handsome pound certainly have a big surprise and a lot of enjoyment tin numi and coming their way as soon as they invest in a supply. corhing fin, r pound crytut'glass Prince Albert tobacco will tell its own story 1 with iponge'nioitttvr half-poundart-andlhat Starck Pianos vy Fo REVIEW OF PRINCIPAL EVENTS OF 1916 SUMMED UP IN PARAGRAPHS Eati:.d -- 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL 2. , ,te fM Mayci-PUn- 30-W- er I'laver-PtaDo- ( Con-grcs- H Con-vwnl- Ad-ams- t.r'4'4iE. ITHOS. Plasterer, ccorator and Contractor. MO gg J- t I et enry -- MftK-eatln- Wll-,fio- ov-e- ry L&dies' and Men's Hub-snu- Garments I nm Uoolc-kcopl" i nf, I w - e, -- er ni 4- -i V llOne i i L eli "-- -' ivAjgJAi:j-- r m.1, -- t i" v- -- -- i - "" .- &' , j. " Ka'-".- - ., - ' 4iIJl I i- - llM..'...l'llff, r Hartford Kepu hran m-- IT' ' n si, : ! I' i IK!!' n 1; ors created by the treaty ot Tarls of ,dnwn w to tho validity of sympathy 1850, and tho treaty of Berlin or SHORTAGE thlg cu lt wn8 ot.th0 rcni FEAR 187S. stuff" for which Kentucky Is fnmoua. No oniclal notification of Turkey's Perhaps after nil the Colonels aro not nccordlnR to Inw Jatrl K.T.. immnll OF FOOD SUPPLY action has reached tho State Departol tn fwonn particularly down-cas- t. In this light, Kartfor.1. ment. Neither tho German nor Austho event may be considered as unutrian embassies here had any word shocking so. It Ktlltor sual, but hardly of their ally's action, nit ho It was not MiMBON J. BARNHTT circles miv cvtn bo that In the Inner TINBLEYt.. Business Manager lit Is believed the fellow was punlsh- - KXPKKTH nOURT WHOTHER THE unexpected. Wt WORM) HAS EXOIHJH TO , One ot the motives of the repudiato jod mildly for attempting to, deal In LAST THROUGH YEAR. Address alt communications tion, It was Bald, was to permit Tursuch a childish imitation oi uriim Vfce Hartford Republican. key to enter n pence conference ns (N. Y.) grown men." Rochester an entirely Independent Power. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS now Democrat-Chronicltake no acnt to n IS PROSPECT The United States willtills country Somo months ago several gallons HUNGER BuhMriber tl1rlRR th tion In tho matter, as In iimklnK the mMtmm miut (ttr the old nldn. whisky was confiscatof bllnd-tlgc- r was not a party to cither treaty and tKJOMt. and by order of per lln anil c ed In this county Dulnn I.ocnln nnil .S'otlrm lc docs not consider that Its rights arc court wero emptied Into the sewer. r llntor tneh mldlllonul Inwrtlon. Institute Gives more particularly involved thru this llmnlu'tloim unit Card ol Th nk.Bc Thero were regrets, of course,, but Homo AKricultnral Ot)ltUnrlc, specific action than thru the whole Figures On Available Amounts dllne. moncj In nilviinco. there was no graccrul way to avoiu general Turkish situation. Chimb Notice for iwrvlcen trro. bnt othor carrying out the order. Of Cereals. to Now Hue. id vertlatmrntn. Be n Btralghten our eastern friend out on will recclr communlmtlons Anonjrmona Wc Caro For Dumb Bcastti. the wine question. You sco, down Untlon We havo opened a hitch and feed Rome, Jan. 2. The International here In Kentucky wo usually follow rEL-PKO!keeping lu tho building recently occuAgriculture has publishIt . .133 with a chaser and thatwas lnwine was Institute of under tho title "Has the stable CoopcT & Co., and arc ready Ovi'aa'baxlcuA.i ... pied by tho with that custom ed a report CO a.C'u.tu.o.i SIxra.x3 poured Into tho sewer. And to as- World Enough to Llvo Upon Until to meet your wants in that line. Leave your horso where you know It will be sure said eastern friend that Jhc cer- tho Next. Harvest?" JANUARY FRIDAY emonies were entirely complete we The report took Into consideration cared for. TAYLOR & CRABTREE, might ndd that the usual mourners five unfavorahlc factors, the failure Hartford, Ky. followed the proces- .of tho Northern Hemisphere hnrvests A Hartford man has a garden that and of tho year ending July 31 and parrot only produces tine vegetables In sion. ticularly those of Canada and tho NEW AIRSHIP IS MUCH tho summer but furnishes rabbits In United States; llie iinreleased crop HKJGEH THAN ZEPPELIN IIROWDEH'S REPORT. the winter. Republican considers tho re- of Russia owing to tho continued The An exchange heads a peace artS-cl- o port of County Agent W. W. Drow-de- r, closing of tho Dardenelles; the extra Berlin, Dec. 30. The Frankfort like this: "Wilson has not givprinted in this Issue, one of the and unusual consumption of foods by .cluing reports that a new Schuttc-Lun- z en up hope." Wo said the same classiest bits of reading It has offer- tho armies; tho Increased dilllculthu air cruiser of colossal dimenthing about Hughes. public in its line, for some- of transporting crops; and tho fact sions has been completed. The new ed the d larger than tho time. Although brief Mr. Drowder's that normally the world's food con- alrbhlp Is If the quail that escaped the hun- report contains valuablo food for sumption Increases year by year, largest Zeppelin built so far. It Is ters this season could reallzo the thought and should be read aud di- partly duo to population increases, aid to havo a speed of eighty milea price paid for their tribe at public gested by wery citizen of Ohio coun- and whereby a crop which does no per hour and will carry two last week, tho ty. He sums up his visits, his con- more than to an ntecedent average is guns six mid auction hob whites would likely grow green sultations and in part the things ac- actually an insufficient ono. machine guns. The guns are mountbald The general conclusion of the re ed on top of the with envy. complished by himself since coming to this county in the capacity of farm port, while not favorable. Indicates loon body. Burloy has always been considered demonstrator and makes suggestions that if every nation, irrespective of on undesirable word to use In de- and plans for things to be done in the ihnsn at war. exercises close cconn- scribing anything but since that class future. j my COURT NOTES thero may bo a narrow margin of of tobacco has been bringing such The thing, however, that Impress- surplus food left at the beginning of attractive prices the term possesses a es the writer most forcefully Is" tills the next harvest year. It Is also made Dr. J. S. Smith qualified as admin softer tone." statement," "We have vast resources clear that should the next harvest b ,. ..-- . u. no better than the present, the situa- Istrator of estate of Anna Hutchl coumy. e uu, quail law"" tne Since the twelve-lim- it son, deceased, on December 29. iui-liany in tne state ami wiieu tion will be serious. i eliminated tho hunters remark-i- v to The will of G. B. Bean, deceased. Iv awaken to tho possibilities In this Figures On Wheat. .. (lies) why not have a county court on i county, we will have one of the best 7. report states: "It is clear was probated in nr it ,,, The ijIO state." Mr. Rrowder has that no one can estimate with any lauuary 1st. Mrs. Cora B. Bean, would also he necessary to limit the wife of the docased was made the sole traveled Ohio county during the past precision what may be the actual weight of the fish. will. She also ' beneficiary iu said year, probably more than any other of tho world during the ac qualified as administratrix. Allies paused with one foot man. He has made a study of its period dividing us from the next har Tho comTho will of W. C. Ambrose, deceasvest."- - However, it places the con-- 1 on the Alps and the other in the resources and such a statement on last Monday long enough to say to the ing from him means more thau n sumption of wheat In the Northern i ed, was also probated trenches begun to mere assertion from a casual ob j Hemisphere countries nt 2.337,500.-- 1 and by the terms of the will, Mrs. world that they had "just M. E. Ambrose, surviving widow, gets Hut when, may we asK. am tPlm Alltno nnttirtri tllta tfflr server. 43I. t J000 bushels, adds to tills the con-- I property. Mrs. an,i tiu.v will, we to "fully awaken to our pofest , sumption of tho Southern Hcniis-- ( all of decedent's .i.oi- being it until they can secure 'btlltles?" Is it to bo this year, nest iphero countries, and arrives at a to-- J Ambrose iiualllied as executrix, continue permitted to serve without bond. tal estimated consumption of JJ.SI'.O,-- , desirable peace terms. Tho war. 'or the indefinite future? Mrs. Ma ml a Hilllard was tried in These same resources of which "ri4S,3U4 lnibhels. Taking into ac- -' however, cannot last until Germany adsuch a blow Mr. Browder speaks have belonged count all existing wheat, given this County Court on Dec. 30th, and entirely for B crushed - to Ohio county since the pioneers consumption figure, the report finds judged to be a lunatic or person of would require ten years of fight.made It a safe dwelling place, but that the wheat surplus by July 31 ' unsound mind and committed to the Jng i nevertheless Western Kentucky Asylum for the we are far behind many next will he but 4t;, 281,009 bushcler! Ono of tho biggest Jokes of 19lfc 'neighbor counties that have advanced and that this surplus will exist be- insane. We Lizzie Athcrtou was tried on JanCommits- - with les natural resources. vas the Mexican-America- n cause of the preceding abundant harelon. Nothing was expected from would not say that Ohio county has vest whereby 345,3S5,140 bushels of uary 3rd, and likewise adjudged to It; nothing has resulted from iujnot made strides forward, for sha stored wheat wero available to add he of unsound mind, or lunatic and Any-- I meetings and nothing ever will. In I has. Hut we will say, without fear I to this year's consumption. This committed to Western Kentucky place there was nothing to of contradiction, that wo have not year's total wheat crop is therefore u in for the Insane. the first Our grievance with Mexl- - taken advantage of the very resourc- but 3,491,203,324 bushels, as com-- i mediate. The Ohio County Fiscal Court met a question of American life. An ' cs that aro spoken of in the agent's pared to 4,062,567,000 bushels last es is In regular session Jau. 2, with Counagreement from Carranza on that report. It Is not that Ohio countains year. point would amount to less than an , are stingy with either their physical The report estimates tho stores of ty Judge John B. Wilson pri'slding, agreement with Vina lor mo laiier- - or meniai moors. iu mo cuuiruiy Russian wheat so far unavailable for and Justices Ed. Shown, It. C. Tlch-euo- r, S. L. Ftilkerson, S. W. Leach, is far more able to back up his they toll by day and plan at night military reasons" at a total of 303,- And as for diplomacy, just as faithfully as do others, but it 5S0.0OO bushels. statements. If this wheat is Wiiison Smith, W. S. Dean. B. W. one had far better treat with a seems that wo are a bit behind In our (released at any time within the next Taylor and B. F. Rico present. CounTennessee mule than deal diplomatlc-l- y thinking. It seems that we need to .calendar year, tho food situation will ty Attorney A D. Kirk was also presturn loose and catch u new hold, !bo mado easier, tho not If the next ent, as was County Clerk, W. ('. with either. further up. Wo need to reallzo what 'harvest fails. Blankcnshlp, who was the chief quill NEW .NEIGHBORS. we have and how best to develop our wlelder. Year's Crop Small. L. Felix has sold his interest. resources: we need Improvements The Court at this session made the figures deal The report's definite In part, in the Hartford Herald to . d,at WL. j0 not jl;lV0 now g0od roads levy for tho year 1017, which was with llvo Important food crops of tlH tax tho Herald Publishing Company and for instance: we should employ new purwheat, rye, fixed, exclusive of Public School Hemisphere, retires as active editor and proprie methods, proved successfully by oth- Northern poses, at 50 cents on each $100.00 tor of that publication. Mr. Felix , ers but not cultivated by us; and last barley, oats ami com. "It should be worth of taxablo property and a tithe In mind," It states, "that these lias been connected with the Herald ul,t not least by any means, wo need homo tux of $1.50 was also levied. Tho Northern Hemisphere crops are 93 -j for thirty years anil has made a suenot only among men of per cent of those of the whole world rate was divided us follows: cess of the newspaper bust nebs'. His t)10 Bamo trade, or profession, but For Salary Fund ....10 percent I plans for the futuro are unknown, 'mong men of all trades and prot'es-Im- t for wheat, S S9.U of rye, 99.1 For Road and Bridges. 50 percent barley. 97. of oats and 94.2 of of ho has tho best wishes of The Re- - si0ns. Sinking Fund IS per cent y,. aro entering into a new year corn. Tho crops In the Northern Gfii. Expenso Fund. .. 14.5 percent publican and his, friends, of all polli-- j Hemisphere lately gathered, taken ical parties. nntl let us begin by resolving to pull 7.C per cent undoubtedly bad. CliarityFund W. H. Coombs assumed his duties together for a greater Ohio coun-n- s as a whole, are wheat figures for 19 IB, 1915 editor of tho Herald this week ty GrcaX Work is being done by Tho In tho case of J. O. McKenney, et per- land the averngo of the live-yeand although new Iu this particular t,e" agent hut his efforts will provj 'lod of 1909-1- 3 are respectively SS7,- - ul on motion to adopt the du Pout office he is not new to tno newspaper loro successful if lie Is assisted quia- - Highway as a public road, the court l,09.r.,40C came and will no doubt make tho j,y tt.am work. Every citizen Is of- - 7OC.00O quintals; Mais, aud 925,310,000 quintals. In allowed cost to tho amount of $ 15.05. ' Herald a good editor. We welcome ror(.ti the opportunity of aiding in newspa- - (U) ,Uvelopnient of the- county's re Jollier words, this year's crop Is only Mr. Coombs into tho local W. S. Tiusley was elected nr apper flj'ltl and aro euro of his co sources. The prlvllego Is glorious If I SO. 2 per cent of that ot the previous year mid 9 1.9 per cent of the average. pointed special Commissioner to a more pro 'accepted. operation In pulling for make settlement with tho Sheriff for A quintal is 3 3 bushels. treslve town and county. t For tho llvo cereals, tho grand to the 1910 county levctuio. ) THREE GOVERNORS TO SPEAK 4 tals Indlcato'tho present year's yield IT WAS ONLY A CHASER. AT LI.NCOLI) MEMORIAL as but SS.7 per cent of that of 1915 Salaries of the County officers for "Ono of the smaller towns of Ken aud 100.1 per cent of tho flvo year tho year 1917 wero allowed as foltucky, name omitted out of rebpect j New York, Jan. i. Governors of pcrlpd. Theso totals aro 3,182,097,-00- 0 lows: for the sensltivo spirit of the and Tennessee, (iilntal8 for hlGr 3,580,100,000 Jno. it. Wllson.Couuty Judgo.? 850 was tho scene tho other day of Kentucky, Virginia a ceremony strange enough for that threo states whoso borders meet at quintals for 1015, and 3.17S.342,-00- 0 A. O. Kirk, County Attorney. . 850 quintain tor tho lUe year uver-ug- Oua Siiults. Superintendent of with the Cumberland Gap will deliver adregion. Deep sympathy 1,000 Schools chastened frelingu of tho aforemen- dresses of welcome to notable, men 200 TakiiiK into count estimates of the C. O. Hunter, Treasurer would turn asldo en- and women, who aro expected to attioned Colonels intrusion M tend tho memorial celebration ut comine harvoitB in the Southern Dr. B. F. Tiuhenor, County tirely the embtfii-assin250 Health Officer Hemisphere, tho report gives as tho Investigation and observation were it Lincoln Memorial University at Gap, Tenn., Fob. 10, 11 and whole world'B surplus (not yield) for Dr. A. B. Riley, County Phypot for the 'fact that tho very 125 sician of tho Incident seems to 12, it was announced hero tonight. theso five cereals 172.408,000 quinA KpQdal train will bu run from tals (032,102,060 bushels and Tho foregoing salaries to bo paid the demand such attention. Not' to prolong tho agony unduly, It may bo Now Vork to carry visitors who will totul surplus at tho disposal of in- quurterly. eald that nlno barrels of perfectly attcniCtho ccremoules. Among these ternational trade at 14,090,000 quinClaims, including fees, amounting Into tho will bo "many of the host known edu- tals (51.003,332 bushels.) pood wlno wero poured to $193.00 on account of sheep killgower. And this happened In Ken- cators In tho country, . ed und Injured by dogs wero allowTURKEY REPUDIATES tucky. Tho reason for this outpourHER GUARDIANSHIP ed. a A. S. of E. County Meeting. ing seems to Ho In tho fact thut Tho Ohio County Union of tho A. certain porcon had tho wlno in hfs County Clerk, W. C. Illankenship, Washington, Jan. 2. American possesion illegally, probably intend- S. of E., wil couveno at Hartford, ing to sell it with profit to himself, Saturday, January Oth, ut 10 o'clock, Ambassador Elkuu bus forwarded reported delinquent tax collections is Irivifnl tn nltiuiil. from Constantinople an apparently during tho past year for the county Tho court took cognizance of the mat Hvurvniui of $195.75 and for Common Schools ter, the owner was. fined 200 and There is some very important mat- - authentic article from a newspaper lu tho Turkish capital giv- ot $58.49. given jorty aays in jau, anu urn nun iph iu vuuhi uuiuri um union, ing tho text of Turkey's repudiation Rut J. R. WELLER, Prwt. was conuicatcd and destroyed. Tho" Court purchased $500 worth HENRY M. PIRTLE, Sec'y, of tho guardianship of the great Pow. feeling of doubt begins to ;iift! A CiTT rM Happy New Year! With fondest hopes and great anticipations for the results of the New Year, 1917, we stop to re- ir e. llr lr TE3. count the many blessings and favors that have been showered upWith on us during old 1916. thankful hearts we turn to our multitude of loyal customers who cup-beare- I one-thir- cigar-shape- :',",. """" ,.., ,,,. k as ; have contributed so liberally to our temporal and social blessings, and on whom we are depending largely for a realization of our hopes and anticipations of the new year. Our supreme endeavor will be to fully merit your confidence and patronage, and if possible so strengthen onr mutual interest in each other that we will be bound more closely in a bond of mutual friendship and business intercourse. Joyfully wishing everbody everywhere good along with happiness and prosperity, we will always be found working to the mutual interest of ourselves and customers. v-- ti i. E. P. BARNES nA4,ftftft BEAVER DAM, KY. 1 J ! f ?,... The Normal School of West Kentucky Seminary g ,:. & BR0. V ( s 5 Jj Will open at Menvcr Dam. Ky. b t Tuesday, January 2, 191 7 1 Any and all outside pupils or teaohoi'd who aro prepared to enter, whether Ihey caro to take the Jj Teachers' Examination or not, are urged to enter JJ $ J other. J? tj ' January'-'- , 1JH7. Come, work with us, and let us try to help each jjj & J j TUITION $3.00 PER AtOlNTH. For further information, call on or address Jj 3 CLAUDE SHULTZ, Beaver Dam. $ of cast Iron culverts from Hie inn nun ami .H.iiiuiaciuiiHK ". (Jul- - . Ky. President f h K.IX lli:;o i:ro.srriOV OI'KX TWO VK.IHS, KXIU? 2-- Col-cucl- s, o. .... Cuiu-borlu- cs -- San I)..fco, Car., Jan. 2. -- Tht Various other clalum Including many lor team furiilslw:I on llio I'auamn-Callfornl- a International Est position closed last midnight public highways with ulluu-cil- . after having been open to tho public co. On recommendation of the Ohio liiiuouKly for two years. Among tho congratulatory County llouid of ICilucutlou, or Su. teleP'Tliiteinlom of (.'onimoii School, tho grams received by I'resldent (5. A. Davidson was ono from tho Presi; Crnirl lovlcl n tax of 15 cents on fluO worth of tnxuliln property sub. dent which read: "May I not convoy to tho ;'col to common school tux ami a poll San Dje-g- o Exposition Association my tax or $1 for common school s. warm congratulations upon tho completion""' n unique and valuable of servico to-t,1 couutry." Tho pay roll on jiccounl of work on TIlO nttcllilnnnn .l....t .' l the Hartford und Momautown road nut, iiiu year w. estimated by exposition olllclals to- for tho month of December, amountday as lu exeess of 2,250,000, ing to $t40.til was approved aud orslightly under tho record established In,' dered paid. pur-poer- , ho . lulu. semi-offici- Tho main buildings aud tho land- -' Superintendent Shulta filed bis capo effects will bo preserved. for thw past year but owing to ' ; tho lnteness .of the hour, wo wero. unllusluess Scholarship. able to go Into details, but will re Wo havo i'ni ni, n .. t. i.... port on same-- next week. . good far a mm..),.,., ... rJ t Bookkeeping nna Accounting o3 Tho Court adjourned lato yester- StCllOErnnhora rv... ... .. it day evening to meet February 7, at bora rtimliw.eo p. t ... i. . . .. which, tirao tho sheriff will mak'o i' or particulars nnnit. t i.., ?( ' final settlement for the year 1910. office. ro-po- rt -- ' ,,uu,',') ' A . ,i,.tf J- w- o)fti p(, . . ., Cloaks and Coat Suits o ; Karin For Sal. ISO acres, miles cast of Hartford, divided by L. fiO ncrcs Rood bof-- j &. N. Rnllroad. Good' torn Innd, 100 ncrcs elenred. If wntor sumily. Will sell ono-linJlcrtlrod. Excellent tltlo and prlco Is right. Location could hardly lie better. Apply to li. 1'. Foreman, Hnrt-for22tf Ky. lf d, li 4 SOCIETY NEWS j VR ';: o ;; 1 Our custom ib never to carry Cloaks or Coat Suits over if prices aro any inducement to economic buyers. Wo bavo about L'O Coat Suits that jnnin price from $ I.1.00 to 25.00. Colors green, black to 10. Now, to mako a long and navy blu; sizjs story tbo entire lot All CHOICE for lPIU4:J U-- Mr. Shelby Stevens, who Is attending the Medical School of the University of Louisville, contrncted niiounioiiln Saturday while- visiting his mother, Mrs. Laura Stevens, and has been confined- - to his bed since Monday. Mr. Stevens rested well Wednesday night and was thought to bo slightly Improved yesterday. - . i tj9 Special Values One lot of last season Suit's, not up to tliomiii-ut- e in stylo, but exceedingly good values. Suits Unit sold for 15.00 to $18.00. Cfi ytfl ljjUi"J Your choice for CLOAKS 4 . About 20 good styles all fresh and now. Former prices from $10 00 to $18.00. Our Q JQ IJlJi4j spociul pnc3 to you V l Special Values Other departments have special values. When in town visit us, and remember that it pays to trade tyith a house that saves you money. A happy and prosperous year to you all. Capt. J. O. Kcown has resigned his position with the J. If Case, Thresh ing Machine- Company to tnko a place with the Gallon Iron Works and Manufacturing Company ufter several oars In the employ of the Case Com pany. The change was made principally to allow moro tlmo to be spent with his family here, us Capt. Koown's work will now be In Kentucky. Mr. V. L. Felix has sold a pact of his interest In the Hartford Herald to tlio Herald Publishing Company and expects to leave within the next vacation two weeks for a Ho will be accompanIn tlio South. ied by Mrs. Felix who Is now visiting her daughter In Iloston, Mr. G. 11. Likens Is president of the new company and Mr. W. II. Coombs will edit the Herald. Mr. Sain Iluffcrty. who lives fiear I ,.. ....... nun !... .!. m r .llllliuv, .,.t uuumj', w.rt,. muiiui tn mis have tuberculosis last year and his condition was said to be serious, but Just to show what a sick man can do Mr. Haffcrty planted an acre of tobacco which ho attended himself. Last week ho brought his tobacco to Hartford and sold the for $171. Doing pretty well for a sick man, n'est ce pas? 4 two-mont- ii STRAY STREAKS. l6o ' (Ry Fluke" McFluke.) It doesn't follow that every young fellow you lamp with a bunch of chickens Is a poultry fancier. see It Is proposed to limit 1 V-- cents per citplta. If tho campaign committee will kindly call upon me I'd like to pay mlno for 5 years In advance. I cam- - paiga contributions to . r ' 7 On The Move. Mr. J. S. Hendricks, of Gilbcrts-vlllYes, Holsy, tlmo doth ily, money is visiting Mr and Mrs. E. T. I tiles and I even saw a house lly toth- -' Williams and Mrs. f.)dla Potter. lAM'AHV 3 1'ltlD.Y Wright, of Dawson er day. MIsr Claudia 'springs, arrived Monday for an exA young guy gamboled gayly to . tended visit with her sister, Mrs. V., II. Jfc ST. Ii. . H. TIME TAIIL-Ehis home up on West Clay street very No. 113 due at Ellmltch 8:32 p.m. C. E. Smith. early tho other morning, got down No. 110 due at Ellmltch 7.30 a.m. .Mrs. Charlotte Taylor """and Miss on his moved all of the rugs No. 112 Lv.. Ellmltch .. 3:40 p.m. Mamie Dennett bavo returned from &c, on tho front porch and was makp.m. u visit with Mrs. Ed Johnson, of McAr. Irvlngton .. 5:35 ing much labored nolso generally, Lv. Irvingtou .. C:CC p.m. Lean county. when his mother called down from p.m. Ar. Louisville . 7:40 Mr. and ""Mrs? W." Fred" Anderson ,tho upper story, telling tho young No. Ill Lv. Louisville.. 8:35 a.m. expect to return to StoubonvlIIo to- blood that the door key was under a Ar. IniiiBtoh . .10:06 a. m. day after" spending tho holidays with certain thing on tho porch. The felLv. Irvlngton ..10:40 n. in. relatives here. low replied thusly, I'vo found tho 1:04 p. m. Ar. Ellmltch Mrs. Mary White "will leave today doggoned skey but where lu Sham 11. & E. 11. 11. TIME TAULK. M tho Hlll'd you put tho blamed skey hole. for OIney, 111., after spending Bouth llound, No. 115 holidays with her parents, Capt. and 8:45 a m. Duo at Hartford Mrs. S. K. Cox. Takes I.lfo Easy. North llound. No. 1H A bald headed man doesn't have wTJoncTanirflTtlo daughMrs. J. 5:65 p m. Duo at Hartfoid ter have returned to Murray ufter a. to worry over patented concoctions (Both "MUed Trains.) visit with Mrs. Laura Stevens, Mrs. for this romoval of dandruff. Jones' mother. Notice that thu Allies are talking Mr. and Mrs. Itay Crabtreo returnGerGroenvillo Frlduy after spend- of shooting paper bullets Into 5 ed to many. Wo arlBO to remark that wo Personal News ing bcveral days with Mr. C. S. Stevhave about a wheel barrow load of ens and family. old unpaid subscription lists which and Social Events, Mr. Glenn UnriiesT who has been wo would llko darn well to throw conllucd to his bed with bionchitls into a bunch of backward patrons on for several days, Is improved but not this side of the Atlantic. yet able to be out. Attorney W 11. Humes was in Mr. and Mrs. John P. Taylor reThere, my old Oliver broko down a Fordsvlllo Tnobday. turned to Chicago Wediipwlny after and tho typesetter retimes to have Mr. E. V. l'ark was in Henderson a few days' visit with their parents, anything to do with pencil or pen Mr. and Mrs. H. I'. Taylor. Wednesday and Thursday. stug. ..... Flclden," of Henderton, Mlsbcs Mnttyo Dukoaiid Norluo Miss Orel! I'onlsvlllo .Masons Elect. Is visiting friends and relatives here. parnctt liavQ returned to Logan Ilussellville, after spending tho The Fordsvlllo Masons bavo electCounty 'FarinAgcnt W. W. growed the folowlng oitlcers for the en- from his vaca-Ho- holidays with tliolr parents. er has returned j suing year: .Mr. C. V. Robortsou, ot Hurdlus-bur' was hero Monday for tho pur- I J. D. Cooper, W. Master; Walter Mr. Talhiugo l)iivi7f Owensboro, Fred Iloby, pose of buying inulca. Mr. Robert- - itlchards, Sr, Warden; was In Hartford a foW days this Sec'y.; lion Is County Clerk of Dreekonrldge Jr. Warden; H, J. Cooper, week. G. G. Lanum, Trcas.; Olla Wilson, visit-o- d county. Mrs. J. O. OuHoblor uud son, ' After being "at tioiiKffor a weok S. 1).; W. T. lloyal, J. D.; S. F. Carrelatives lit Contra! Oily Inst son, U. F. Rice, Stewards; ' Juno Air. W. T. Woodward expects to weok. to his work lu Louisville to- Lltsey, Tyler. : visMr. Rty o'Uaniion, of'Guthrfo, day. H will be iH'Companled by a, few days Melt I'y Chinese "Cttsli." ited frtonds In Hartford Tdrs, Woodward. ' San Francisco, Dec. 30. Chinese this- - wick. n","ifouto 3, receiv Mr. Virgil Show has" returned "cash," the round colus with a square Mr. J. ATflownrd $117.40 for 1,500 plants or hills middle, may soon 'bo u he pen ln0 ed from- ltockport whero to tho holo in tho of hurley tobacco delivered Tho Jal thlug ot tho pnst in China. holidays with relatives. houso hero recently. Ralph" Davidson returned to His leaf brought $15 pur hundred panese are buying them up for tho Mr. News of tho I copper they contain. Tuesday after a pounds. Henderson ot tuts uisappcaranco impending visit with fiends- Commonwealth'sAUorney C. B. cheap coin wus sent by Consul Generu, n 'K riiiTffns'returned to Chi Smith attended tho Circuit Judga and al George E. Anderson, ot Hong bol-k'acago Tuesday ufter spendlm; tho Comonwcalth Attornoy's Association Kong, who sees in tho scarcity ot his family hero. with fnt Loutsvlllo last week. Mr. Smith "cash" much dltllculty among tho "FonlaviHe, is now In attendance ut tho Daviess , Chinese lu doing business. Tho rlso Mrs. J." f. "Smith, "of vis- Circuit Court In Oweusboro. I lu tho prico of copper, ho writes, and'J. W. Ford, of Oalllon. Ala., Tho survey work on tho'Owcnsboro has nmdo theso coins, which usual- ited relatives hero thlsjvcok. Paducab, road was begun by Engineer Llgou , ly contain about 80 per cent of copMr. TonT'Cttldwcll, of vfasUho guest ot his sister, Mrs. Joe Monday, When this class of work per, moro valuablo as metal than as Is completed contractu will bo let and a medium of exchauge. For a tlmo .T. Miller, u few days this week. .l?- - i i un'Mi. of Central City, tbo road graded to tbo Daviess comi- ' moro than 6,000 tons of tho coins ropVeionting tho Barnes Automobile ty lino. When finances permit) fhu. woro. exported monthly to Japan highway wljl bo macadamized; ' alono, v CoSpW, was hero yesterday. Hartford Republican. o, Mr. and Mi'H, trfignn Entertain. One of tho most beautiful ns well as enjoyable entortalnmonts given during the Christmns season was tho Informal dnnce given Friday evening by Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Winters Logan at their clcgnnt homo on Union street. With light streaming from every window tho house presented a castellated appearance and tho spacious rooms were decorated lu accordance with the holiday season. Great rope? and festoons of cedar and mistletoe ornamented the door ways and draped tho glimmering net Loose bonnets of hot curtains. house roses adorned tho Elizabithfali nnuitles and tho coft gleam oX shaded lights cast a glow and radienco over all. The dining room was especially attractive, tho beautifully appointed table being covered with an elaborate luncheon cloth of hand crochet and lace. A silver vase of pink La Franco roses stood In tho center. Two shallow dishes containing almonds and caudles added to the appearance. Tho two course luncheon of chick salld, cheese en patties, perfecto straws, coffee and cream, fruit cake, nuts nnd candy, was served buffet AfBtylo and was most elaborate. ter luncheon dancing reigned once moro. Tho bail room and the long colonial hall had ben thrown open to the dancers. Tho musicians were seated In the rear of the hall nnd us the soft. strains lloated through tho air the crowded. doors were continuously Tho drawing room nnd library were arranged for tbo guests who did not dance and they Indulged lu and "rum." Assisting Mr. and Mrs. Logan in receiving wero Miss Florence Logan and Mr. nnd Mrs. II. 1'. Taylor. The following guests wero present: Misses Mariam Holbrook, Wlllyc Smith, Luclle Pirtle. Mattye Duke, Lelin Winnie Davis Slmmerman, Ella Glenn, Clara Robertson, Lurene Collins, Mary Wliito and Verna Duke; Messrs. Estill Park, Marvin Ilenn, Italph Davidson, Henderson Murphreb, Trlmblo Pendleton, n. II. Shelly, Cecil Felix, A. D. Kirk, Vernon Llgon, Harold Holbrook anil Allison Uarnett; Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Harrass, Mr. and Mrs. 11. T, Collins, Mr. and Mrs. Rowan Holbrook and Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Hlley. "live-hundre- Store Policy Pleases Our Younger as Well as Our Older Patrons. We take the same pains to please tlio most youthful of our customers that wo use to win the approval of their elders. It is, as it has been' our purpose to make frank, fair dealing the permanent foundation of e our success, thas kind of honest, treatment which makes it a pleasure to buy meachandise in our store and gives you the comforting assurance of the best possible values for your money. It is a pursuance of this policy of the square deal, backed by our four-squar- ability to buy right, on which we base our claim to your patronage. Having just closed the year 1910, one of the beiSsr since tho history of our business, we tales, this opportunity to thank each and every one who has contril)-- u ted in any way, and asking a continuance for thes year 1917, we are yours for good values. m si Carson Si rzTccr:'sr:J5.T:3 Co. 3ft Hartford, Ky. New Year's Dance. A New Year's dance was given at Dr. Dean's rink Monday night by sev- s, young meu. Punch and cako wero served during tho evening. Music was made by Shultz'a string orchestra and a very enjoyable evening was spent., Among guests present were tho Mr. and Mrs. Jno. P. Taylor, of Chicago; Miss Ella McKenney, of Beaver Dam, ami Mr. Caldwell, of Paducah." "" eral of the Hartford sss . KBVSS S Mf Hartford College Thirty-seventh Mid-Wint- er i !i Vt out-of-to- Term Begins - ... Eutc-rUii- ii tained tho following guests at dinner Wednesday evening: Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Blrkhead, Mr. and Mrs. T. If. Black and daughters, Norino and Lola Geneva; Mr. and Mrs. W. S. TInsley, Misses Katblene Turner and Salllo Lindley and Mr. Olenn TInsley. Wonmn'.N Mr. and Mrs. E. G. ut Dinner. Barrass January 8th, 1917. enter- New classes will be organized in High School and Normal work.' If you are ready for High School, or wish to prepare to teach, enter then. Board and tuition reasonable. For further information call on or address M f .; " uue 01 1110 niosi uciiguuui iiris:.- - j mas entertainments of tho week was v flub Meeting. ...; I Airs. J. 11. 11. rarsou, Airs, nrue, Miss Nail and Mrs. Carson hostesses. On nrrivlng tho guests were ushered Into tho parlor by Miss Mary Austin wero in Carson. Tho decorations the Woman's Club meeting on Saturday, December 30, at the homo of H. E. BROWN, HENRY LEACH, J ' V. President President Col-leg- o, n. g, ra-'tu- rn .. - ' two-wee- ys . green and yellow, the club colors, and The mlstlctnu used In nrofuslou. daughters of tho club members wero in honor of Mrs. J. P. Taylor, of guests. Tho following pro- - eago, with a theuter and card party, After seeing Hazel Dawn In, "Tho gram was given: Itoll call. Christmas Sentiment.!. .Saleslady," tho guests retired to tho A Christmas. Poem Mrs. Brown. I homo of Mrs. Taylor whero lunch was served. Cardplaylng and dane- .Music Miss Holbrook. ,lng were then Indulged In. Tho fol- Chrlstmas Legend Mrs. Glenn. lowing wero prevent: Muslc Miss l'lrtlo. Mrs. J. P. Taylor and .Mrs. W. T. 'Going Homo for Chrlhtmas" Pendleton; Misses Leila Glenn, Mar-laMrs. J. G. Kcown. Holbrook, Winnie Simincrmau, Beading, "Regret" Miss Glenn. The. musical selections from Mc- Gorln Kleuer, Lureno Collins, Louisa Dowell and tho readings wero espe Phlpps, Ueulah Moore, Elizabeth Moore, Lucllo Plrtlo, Tiny Yelser, cially enjoyed A delicious two course lunch, eon - Mary Austin Carson, Annlo Ray Cur- Beatrice Clara Robertson, Blstltig of sandwiches, salad, eheeso.Bon, balls, olives, coffeo, and cream and Hayncs, lono Headrick, Ruth Riley, cake, was 'served by tho hostesses, as- - Katherluo Pendleton and Mary Laura slated by Misses Annie Rhea Carson Pendleton.- and Evelyn Clark, XKVKIt present wero: WI.NCHKSTEIl members Tho HXl'tilllKNCUD COLD, C.liMM Mcsdumcs. I. D. Dean, H. K. Drown, J. H. D. Carson, J. S. Glenn, R. HolWinchester, Ky., Jan. brook, J G Keown, Virgil Elgin, J. sou of Mr. ami Mrs. R. rirtle, E, U. Pendleton, J. D. Wil- Davis, Duncan and T, W. Davis attracts much attention son, Wfll Rhodes; Misses hero because of the fact that in eyon Nail. tho bitterest cold weather bo gooa barefooted to. school. In fact, ho lu.lfounror Mrs. Til) lor, by Misses kaUicrlno aud nover wears shoes at all, aud when Assisted Mary Laura Pendleton,. Mrs. 11. P. his mother purchased a pair tor htui. Taylor entertained, Tuesday evening this week h discarded thwn aa eoou Chl-Invltm Q$QGGtt?Xi$SQQttQSQ$$ as ho wis Mut of sight of his uomis. and threw them in a sower. Tho family moved hero from Wilmington, N. C., lust July? No reason Is given fo.r tho ehlld'B dislike ct footgear. Ho attracted qulto a crowa during tho receut snows her by selecting tho deepobt snow for a fool-patThe other children, it is said, will not sleep with him, becuuso lu. will bavo only tbo lightest coTcr lug. Tbo boy insists that bo has purer full tho sousatlon of cold,, h, , 10,000 JACK KAU1TS tUlJUHT IN TEXAS DIUVK Amorillo, Tex., Dec. 30. I Ul reports tonight concerning tbo Handle ot Texas' Jack Rablt Drive, held lu a united effort to" ri duco tbo cost of meat, Indicate that not less than 10,000 Jack rubbltr. have been, killed In tho various All-Pan Delated drives. Hereford, Tes., reported 1.00U rabbits killed and sold to it brokerage concern for shipment to, New York. Market prlcct uuoted. litre touluht for dreitea Jack, rubblUt was 10 . eeuts ' a ponad,, Cul-vect- oa i .V Hwif' '8-- . gfii 'j iwtj,irrrf-r- , b."f--nr- trtj,.'!. - "J i r r J x I -- Oialr o their greatest runt'rptsc To "Miirry nml Ho Happy. ' lovo for each other." Nlxoln Ortielvy "Toain vrk." observed alius Mnrh Thompson Daviess, "In tlio secret of, Smith in Xcw orX Herald. HOTEL livery itrciit , JKUcews and hnpplneM. work of art Is tho result of team , Attorney Law work. So Is uvery linnuv mnrrlairo. I FOR FLETCHER'S m j "And tho lmpplcht marrlnge Is that IIAUTruai), KY. . ... '.-- I ... uui llliili. mill .uiuuii ivvv'i Will pwflce I'll nriVsioii lo U)t 1VIK'rt'lll .!. t,yy v tf'Y abreast of each other, dividing tho Cjiiintra) 'nu4 adjufaUiiE coiMw-a- . 4 load: .not Where there Is n matrlmon- - MAY M'TB (.OVKIIXOH and CrlniiMl l'iact:e a Siolalty. Illl. of tho Inl tandem wherein ono-haiitiso would imi: ELbrAMIDffll)!i 'team does .tho prancing nnd tho othiiimm' it:i..i T.tnusini ro. IlnrtluKl, s er half does tho work. In the rirt, Civatnrll, Ky Uoston, Dec. CIO. An exposition you know, wiou navo none 100 niucn in Uoston of wurld'H fair innKnttudn In s city wl'te i;oiV Vclch & MARTIN STRATT0N :im,- - ll.e Towhtun httCx the prnnehiR nnd women too much work, Is urged by Gov. Samuel W. UcCn'.l You can lio ft success, and si big success, if you havo Int. I Attornoys nt Law for which tSaey Kot no credit. Every ns Massachusetts' part In tho 1920 . In the kcaiM of hi It I: , f.rt criMir-ir.ciAMBITION, KtlKRGY, NERVE. j J Great book ur poem or plcturo or Pilgrim Tercentenary celebration. CROMWELL, - KY. ' symphony is ihe iresult of eollnbora- Will practleo iliUr rofet)lun Jn thti "I trunk that tho Commonwealth ! The rond to success is easy if you .are properly j tlon between man nnd woman." 'and djalnlui: eotiMdicn. ColbxjtIn, will celebrate this uent In some , prepared. A business, Education is the e.net requisite , I found that tho author of Tn" other thun a provincial way." ho said. I'rifctlce 4 , Gotunicrclal and Crlminnl ljjofou Mcltlug of Molly' nnd "The D.ire - An opportunity for n nrwit expos!- - ' l'rompt jSjiectalty. aid today almost with- " it for preparedness. The big men of service- - Notary in office. 'I" .lion of educatfonal and artistic tho subject of team work, because j prtance, with ltu of tho mvchanl-sh- o out exception arc tho men who prepared yesterday. her first cu A gjVCn the Stnto In the coming has juht dramatized We prepare you for the position thaiaru wmting great succss. "The Melting of Mol- - j tercentennial of the landing of the' Tit r,i.'K.tan ii ri'nciT, ! iV' f ."1 Kll'ul lt rx t'-ly," In collaboration with Irene pilgrims. fachool an session X for the prepared man or woman, n r.l Li.in I Franklin, who will Ktar In It. II Mrtet', i '.nic,it I'st'ii J.n.1 rtrnlini. a Ky. tblf hcadlvuf . -- may enter at any time and "Irene Franklin nd I wrote our , the entire year. Pupils itu for ea-It 'tl ciufl'.', jurist play together," Mins Daviess 'told riif, -t ui'.r.r. icIiocO and Highway and IjUcju. . receive proper classification. me, "after thre men dramatists hail T! I'o l.at.n stUicM t'je Design. tackled tho book and failed mlsera--blrrntlc r.' cul.'ute an-li ir- uni-- . tJ btaf. W.r Wo wrote 24 hours nt a time, Dt; jtlmrl.l r'o Ii tir.f .i-tf tiri. )t 1I it. c I. it! I i Jly ft, working together and nevr on so i rlt rt rr having, tho slightest till. Now that .HbW.I II I'.tiirr lu a il.icn:ir..Mr ftb- KZ llw I , Is n very unusual btate of affairs be-mi The cfftri rccir tweeii two women until receuily. ith dttacl.ti tm!i .t Jl.50, i SJ CO rd Itbims with pri"Thw trouble with women's move-- j vate lath, $: !0. t:.C0 and tp. (Incorporated mcuts, you know, was that women I Write fur toOVit with raai, had no sense of solidarity, hadn't iin.wiut i.m, kv. CUFFOIJD V. LF.WIS. learned to pull together. You se", r GWENSBORO. KY. "'"i" men learn the rules of tho game) Ufller JiiuiOH 'I'd,, loi-'- t l.ltrry llitrn. very early. They play marbles to-- J X iMnminiiKr gether when they are hoys, and thev, I vm?var.t to miv mirr learn to nbido by the rules of tho ' t In I.fr J ou QUit l.::ovr -. ono running .from the window from ' inr-- An! tmlr- - S?9t. at i in iv in game, but the girl bits off by hertrj. In imc.tt ii H nnd Mirier. FAIRBANKS FAVBRS which Goebel was reputed to have She J Cirt oiitof t.rf rJl.Ki'l u tl.o liriuK l!nr. rnl been shot, and another running from j self and sews for her doll. doesn't know until sho Is quite grown UNION OF CBURGBES Fort Hill through the tree tops to up "i "nji ! 1 MX .!' I fiT"- !'-'- TOADC.MAtlnS -'obti:,i paTCNroB that there are any rules. -" -Lthe spot, whero tho Inspiration er.'rn ' I I ..if'O V B THAT mU.urWi,...toar H i. "The most perfect form of collabroneously indicated to her Goebel n man and a I l fcr FflCC I """' l'1'-- ' C3 C thcmrttlntfrwttncnnil mifiilnr. nrf had fallen, she wrote a local pho oration exists between oil ntVotaW'tjr rt rcti.-- . I 8Un-SKIIK- . . woman who aro one in mind, one In j llic L.ivct nuuio'f uortli. Lrcrj inwilJi JH ONK OK rOMMlS-HOXKH- S SI K PASSING ntrCrCIILCO 8 ( tographer, asking him lrfrU.U. kj . 300 Article l limHt' itlin fai ntj-i-r 300 Pictun ntim- nil '"- 9 Ir k t.nS lYoflliiUIr l'arv lftvlllt1, IMiA.NS KKl'MTK TO 1NCJ -"" " a.i tom-nplB03-SOnmde in accordance with S lr Snvnnth Strnnt, nil for ewiIylSctitt. All tlio new ldrn and MKTIIODIST.S. nre wninplcs of UiIh per-- ( imriillnui la rlcitmity aixl virrl. In 8 f M pjS WASHINGTON. D. C. J! She evidently ,nJ ton her markings. co Haboration. Their novels autKiuuliilrr aril nrnjilipc. in tltopwvrk ml , and intends to prow, as she stated, that fcct In rirtuiiu.-nyiuiir.ncrr. ""JerlulJy interesting and yet rc itowtonutieUii.icothomr. Ktnctttrrn "tho hall did not come from the win-- 1 you iucliMtini. irlrlrnatiira, poullrv Iioumt, can always leu which pari .Mrs. Md., Dec. .11. Charles (low. Tho man that killed Goebel (urnuurc, nuiiuioiiiieuic-priiaiitie. Baltimore. Castle wrote and which part is the It riill of nnrx.tnnktnf. f.(ptMThir Mm. I claim that W. Fairbanks, toriner Vice President wn.s on the mountain. Yet it is a It it vriltca In plain Lngluhf or un anJ brt. work of her husband. of the United States, in an address God revealed to mo the killing of perfect 15 Cent a Copy $1.50 a "War whole. (trt it fim a rewwlfaltr or Mrlte illtcot to nt the First Methodist Episcopal Senator Goebel and directed mo to WILL YOU "A great many works of art." I In1'cjjuUr &!iice Monttily, K Kourtli .Kit.. S. ClMKAXTKrn SKItVICH church pleaded for tho reunion of get a marked card." terposed, "aro the Joint product of TAKE OUR rnrP YiirlfpfrilraMftJ2.lla9 per cent One hundred Methodists of the South with thosti 'i man and a woman, although only value. Special work for W. Mr. Fairbanks is one of the North. Merchant Marine Grow. the man's naino Is sienid to thorn ' O. W. of the lifty commissioner! of the New Tork, Dec. 30. A Uiilletln Tlloro ,lnv,ii,K ..i... W. F STEVENS, two churches in the city to work out which was issued today by tlio Not.' ire merely peeping Toms at tlKi A Triibifi! It. F D 7. n plan of union. All the others Hartford. Ky. York Chamber of Commerce shows of tin- women who have loved Representing Continental In churches and many of them re- that for the tirst eleven months r.f hearts for WEAK Inl'revot, Marble A Granite Co. ferred to the hope that the negotia the calendar year there wero con- - 'Iiem. Take Mareel things for his ' LUNSS Of stance. There are in tions would result in ;i real reunion Htructed in the shipyardof till" Letters of Women' that no man y jsv. CONSUMPTION country, l.OtiO ves'-els- . of forces. with a gross know unless a woman had could . .... .. - n- - tec 11 Irwlilll?. tP ...t.t..t. ...1 n ..it ,,i ni.1. tA ...,, ,....,.w t ., " iii...is'- "' " "'" Hold him of them i"i". . . iy in a uoeiriii.u the , Amer can ac. The .comn ... down rtllcl WaiitH j A quick pllnt fur tlnl KrcJ, funnirjli. tc fllwr. "I agree with ou," Miss Daviess ' ., . , in chnl. nlcht Fairbanks. "To unity the two larg imou tioes 1101 inciuuu vessels .unui said. "A woman is the matrix of alt coui-lil' ilucri. weak tuns or It II tlt er branches of Methodism is a task for foreigners. Of tlio ISS.-MO , tjreatnes.s, the mold in which all great set help ou It colli you nolklnd. that will engage my best elforts and tons built for domestic demand, works of art have developed. And Lock uoi ni5 OHIO MEDICAL CO, I wooden construction and hope. has my sympathy COHIMnii Included only men aro con)lng nlort, an,i more t think Methodism will bo greater bv 17,-v- u tons, or ::t;.u. jier cuj(ho realization that the matrix is tho reunion. Social, commercial anJ while steel construction Comprised Ininni-lnn- t iiirirn lip.llltlf 111 flltlll FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE other influences- in this country-hav::gi,170 tons or 73.94 per cent. Near - jthe JeweJ DinolvcJ in water for douche stop A safe, old fashioned pelvic cttarrh, ulceration and Inflamrun from east to west and from west ,y lwo.,hrda of the steel construe - j ..Woma'n ,1M been the Beilt iart. AND CURE LUNGS mation. Recommended by Lydia E. to cast, but not to the sanu degree tIon was bullt at yur(ls 0n tho Allan- - j remedy for worms. cr , a human grealnosg, and cv. Pinkham Med. Co. for tin year. between north and south. c and Gulf Coosts and approximate-- 1 A healing wonder for naial catarrh, Sfienty.fivr yrjn continuwork of art , ,)0rn of tho ranr. -d l on the Great Lakes, with riago Qf true minds. Tho perfect ore throat and tore ye. Economical. with it uas jong neon my oyuei uiai y ous UK i the beit Hi "tuonlit-irjclwiiiif tt! KinidUl irmi, t more tve solidify the ties of all nhout ono-haFPErS VERMIFUGE cm as much on tho i all ilm.eiite- - nt IMlr.l l ilic. ISaCI marriage Is tlio jewol of human lit?, C(1 JfOll. rn Htronger tho republl5c,lc Coast as at the. Lake shipyards. VprliiTWrtCWT.Booi.M. I am more conscious 01 tnni iaei 'trflixtytr4aitKL Ii isi) I , ,." will hrb Iff r l'r wi I perhaps becauso I am unmarried. Do IDllj.. 11 ikictM t u . 25c, Wu told of ! you know I believe- tho unmnrrle-- l u, Wash Woolens. t, ju nr. Fairbanks then tt 11 tlcir; i if your dtler rn'l OVER 65 YCARS' .. rrr anJ 25c. tianncls aro ruined In thoi woman keeps a glamour about lovo travels In heathen lands and of the Jtu. fni XPCniCNCC AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. 11-re ttiirpt nJ t'll trul i work being car-- , was,UH, tjian out of it, because th that tho married woman cannot posBuccessful missionary prfcdipt-GUARANTEED SATISFACXORYI ricd on by the Methodists. Tho laundresses ns a whole do not sess? In other words, in order to E. & S. FREY, OR MONEY REFUNDED. vision between North and South. h' njcrstand the domestic scieuco of appieciato marriage you hate to i BAlIIMORt:. MO. Bald, was an embarrannent In fech j wooon wiping. The quicker wool- unmarried yourbolf and to write work and he expressed the hope that ons and n,inIies aro wnshed and about lovo jou must not have expeunity and fewer denomlna-lf(- l never rienced Its completeness,." Trade Mf.nKO the bt.ttort jhey should 3uSS7vf Dcaicnu "You aro qulto right," I admitted. ,ao Washtuh and tlons would result In th lmrmony jho eft to b0aj CcrYnisHTG &c. II f rrit len nuy already apparent among Christians. they siutl1( nev0r be about In a wet "Wo cannot expect to marry the great AHTonr i '." . & riflrh nth! -II r i.j a.. i At .V . rl r it . 4ittil ill Illi riif t il k.l.l. your lomance and keep It, too. Day by ITirClllH'M i In speaking of Japan Mr. Kulrtjanlis co,untion. Halnwater will keep i iv i.u m Mii. iif.'."o: Ipnocunro.l.klorrimrtu If itiaKrliti and DcrcHncD.'"?;);"1 . iff I ill llti t. n ground for t'.itt t . nrl W .:rK. said that ho saw no jn R00d condition and n win-foa- r duy, year ly year lis ureal momenta IVS.L TP X it t .i n i ..n HiroPLli ?Iil Illv. (H, t Uvtu llMll i. .., t4 uliUlil COUHTniCC. Mllt.tl W nivrl.'1-ALL ndluttkct vi 1itjutcbnrt-o,lu!lithat Japan would make war on rmcr than a sunny day, Is best tiro overlaid with tho dust of domes3 .' t X M U'lU'ilugtiH U VI llnif.m I wash, ticity. Yet of courho there is no PI ft 'nmnc this country. In China and eterjii iii a:J . tit fjttn'. M prepare woman married who would exchange Kr where in the Kar Kast, he declared, r)on.t U()0 brH ()f S()ii, wertlT. lATct rlr. Miititil" tii'tr ll'n ' ( C11I..W i .'" ,','" l!; u ". ',' u m nt t ji.ti eiMt, Btu utiuj cuu c,rtr-.- t caci , in tho ralnfioiiaries liad been tho ''fi4-- a BOa,, Jolly tho previous day by her lot for that of the girl who t. in i 'ir rni o. ambassadors of America and had cul- - ghrtj,iing Boa,, into a basin or stone couldu't get her husband." lUHiNfiGo."40'" NewYoik tlvated a frlondi reeling towani "I bhniild say not." Miss Davie' covering it with boiling wn Jai unJ LANDS ami City I nation. nor. Glvo tho mixture a goon uir exclaimed. "And it a romance aro now enlllng at a low cost, is Just as iwlth a wooden spoon and It will cool kept propeily dusted it year. Hulint don't c.itct It to Iio no "I-- 1 bright at tho end of 20 into a jelly. ways. If you ever oxnct to own ,F every othor jew A sullleient quantity of this boap man happiness like your furni or your iiomu now m FOR FLETCHER'S f&SziimZA jelly should ho added to your warm el Is tho product of tlmo and growth. tho time to buy. "A diamond is not born in a mina good lather, and, water to make Huttil in . having hhaken your flannels In the ute and neither is a happy marriage WIJ HAVE Ecvoral farms Olilo county and they ran 1j lu the washtub It must grow and develop, crjatalize open air. place them Ah Food. cjv.aii ..ir lmd for reasonablo prices and unxeldbhiieBa and devotion. It !.. &r&rvzri9d In many Darts of India the natives nnd work up and down never rub from iXr?Y&Jm,tL V. "iiX If wo do not McCAIX TATTERNS libera! terms. nnd will ruin your must bo bullt up by little dally dopond for food upon tho blossoms' ot (them, it Is fatal Ctleljratea Mr iiyie, pttKci r.i, rirp-ivntrt have tho particular farm you tracts, dutlcH, worries, cares. Tlu-rrtlUWlily nearly 40 yeiri. SoM In neirlj the basaia tree. Thty do not cool; clothes. wo will raako efforts to get ertry il'yaml town in the Ui'llnl Matei in( Is no other human relation that gives or wringing llunnels Twisting Hut the flowers, but make it good meal of CaniJi, or liy null direct. Mole security of a happy It for you. any otl.ir rnake. bend (or tree .italogie raw. Theeo blossoms aro do strojs the wool. Tho dirty water tho pence and Not long ago a friend of rtfor,l lleCAiWACtaNE anv otliet tllWot ncribed as sweet and sickly in odor, may lie squeezed out nnd tho clothes marriage thought sho had reached IF YOU want to uovo to Inn , 11. mni;axiite iiiuuon k wonm. nv.mti-icwhero our elitldreii will wa tho taste. They are sometimes dried rinsed in two changes of clean warm mine, who nnd ilretimaliini:, i.illllntry, tt)lct, cit wringer Is handy, fold tho end of her romanco sho had a pood high school ndvantnge of plain icwlni;,l4ucy iiceilleTro!l.,(.alMrr6ini;, lu tho bun, 'when they aro kept and water. If a etiquette, noo-- ttoilr", etc. Only Vi eentt o married 10 ycats went uway. notify us. We havo Iioiibcb and Tcar(vorUi ilnublt), Includlrg a Irte p.ittern. told In tho bazars as a regular artl-- ' them evenly and put thru tho man-d- been While in a Jjubicribo today, or tend r laiu-ilcojiy - glo twkUj changing tho position of from homo on a visit. Tor sale and bllevo you can lots of diet. Tho treed aro to hluhg INDUCEMENTS city sho mot 11 very fdEcinat-tnbclcct ono from our list to your WTONUEMFUL1'otui umpi pirinium cuiogue !y esteemed that the threat of cut- -, tho folds to get as much water out distant tn Agents. man and said sho felt sho was anJiiwcailipiUeoflei-- , Addtcti liking. line down their bassia trees will as possible. CHANKS threo feet ahead of him IBE WKUt CO. rU to Its . JTUiSt, MW YOU lust about Annrniiv Virlncr hii unrulv tribe to homo In during all tho chaso ho gave her. WE HAVE a comrortablo Cancels Mortgage. John 1. terms. Hartford, modern Improvements ILLUSTRATIONS 30. John I). Then sho went back home. -Dec. 300 ARTICLES-3- 00 Now York, uud a good garden In cultlta-ilo- n mo her solva "Sho described to KFJ!P Informed of the TTotM'a rrocress bi Rockefeller, Jr., canceled a mortgage NEW THKOltY KKGAUDINtt Balo or rent. Place for Invention. For bho baw lratlier und Son nml All Him If of $200,000 on tho West SIdo Nolgh- - tion, of thankfulness when GOKHKL ASSABSIXATION reuts for 1 10 a month. ! i..i.n.wi lr.me.. n IliU rltv ennducted her homo ngaln, tho Joy sho felt at OTuorltu MiKuiluo lu tlu,ukiu.l.ot iuv iiiniumiuiLt win vorhi. our vurtvii realizing sho had done nothing to ruiomIcui. iiocott.Uiitlf oil tliv vmUh Frankfort, Ky., Dec. 30.- - Eddlo by tho Young Womcu'B Christian Uz lUUt uew pud lulc(ct.Us and It U W03 forget Its protection, tho overmasterCall on or rtddres AtchUon, sociatlon, as a Christmas ' negro womun of Written So You Can Understand Itf X&& sho experienced for riia Ship Not Department V.'O l'Ai eOBJnF Taylor county, Is about tho fiftieth unnounced today. Tho property was ing toudemess I'mcUual Itiuu for Hl)p ork nml po W07J lor I tut Suscvcd wht n everything tlso falK eald sho had nevSho persou who has written to Frankfort purchased from Mr. Rockefeller In her husband. rnd TINSLEY & HARNETT In neryous prontiaiio'i the femafo ?.S,1W!".i (17 I'uKeil for thn IIoti and him on her wedding day as wcjViicuco iliey aio uiritHiio.iiiuuuiikutliliiBntalliiLoMtoiuiik.Bvlru with ft theory of tho Goebel absassl- - 1014, ami $33,500 had already becu er loved cuiicn.c UH Ulill Dlllllli. K111.I11- 1L...I- - u....u remedy, en tbousnnds bac tc.tiCed. brought puid. llocauee ho was "Fatlsfled with Bho did on that return 10 ycarsnf .11.1 turtilUru. ttu. ikiuuU nation, differing from that ""I ENLato A sent, Real lruolUmIorl!iMtwnulcUamiruiidJ'giUuuinlu . property had FOR ICIDNdyLIVER AHD prosecutions, tho uso to which tho out in tho criminal SINULC COPirS. tSt "That, you know, Is real happiness. In a S70WACSTrn0i;BL.IE Kentucky. . a . . .. blullAa f aiou ..! A... Hho claims to have Inspiration for hcon put," Mr. Rockefeller said morl-plctu- io It Is tbo test tasdlclno ever aild And It coiuos to every man und wom POPULAR MECHANICS MAGAZINE ' tiUpory, and, Inrlosjug n poBtcarJ letter ho not only cancolod tho her Republican Office, w rwa over a drugl't a counter. j tt'4IU fUtlilWtVniliAUII who will do team worK for it, of tho old 'Stato l'lpuoe, gugo but rcslorod the money thht an rjoth Phones. mxixtafntifrmwrtti who will celluborato on what should elaborately equipped' with'' 'threads, had becD paid. smnUii You Cai Be WMeverii You Want To Be Children dry OASTO R A mors rmHn&nm mjL;Zr'zzz:; i immsmbWRm $T ProrosioniH m Otto C. Martia at "o lf E&r m I i i I inl jgj 1 - tf 'aETAYLOllCL Beaver Dam, t 1 y. MM Bib l us i ft Get on the Firing Line Drainage DR. 0. E. HART Y BURGEON .. - TmsM Popular Science Monthly - -- J ii.it - i ' I MA-rf- h Jr' B (olc ' mo-itl- i. , 1 ...,...,,,., XJ GERMINAL REMEDY , , Mothers use - pos-ilbl- ..t I t'V - MKly Kvery Woman FOR ONE MONTH HWBiiW , e ,n Veraimie I KILL, the COUGH the . one-thir- lf ns tf. ?! J Dr. King's New Discovery b-- ' drl-grcat- er iyjnjra 'rrmi . -.1 1 OfjH6i: F0RC8ffisH8. Real 1 Esta w '' n.i. -- J Children Cry S5B5o CASTORIA ariW "$&!$&, mmmmw as. c' dc-bl- ro do-tho- m ) I P0PU AUVGAZIND As-IlJd- Electric sf liters tor-war- d. Hartford, i.rtilllill t V JS "V - wTjv yyr ;jf'H 'MF' rtfA. New Price on Farm Department Take Cnro of Tho Plow. If machinery Is expected to take ..the place ." of man '. and horse, It . .1 ! .1 tur. uuruii ...I. BnOUlil uu Wt-'In haying tools be sure to get thono that are reliable and durable. Thon do not leave them out In all kinds of weather to rust and decay, which will cautfo a loss In dollars. Kuop all tools oiled well and do not nwclect repairs when needud. The moldboard should bo kept polished. The Missouri College of Agriculture gives a good mlsturo to u.so for this that will give good results. First, mix a thick paste of whiting and hard oil, then thin It by adding more oil. Apply to the moldboard lc with a brush and rub off with a just boforo using In the spring. Southern Agriculturist. gun-nysac- Ford Cars! Ford Runabout . Ford Touring Car . $345-0- 0 $360.00 F. 0. B. Detroit. Freight to Beaver Dam $18.00. S.F.B ARNSS & BRO Beaver Dam, Ky. $j X I Wagons! Wagons! "wagons! Mefore f you buy you should examine our hand I niiulo farm wagons. They run lighter, aro made of $ tho very bo3t imitorinl and lust far longer than any J lujiohinejinado wagon you can buy no matter what 1 price .you pny. Wo also do all kinds of Blacksmithing and Re- pairing, etpccially the hard jobs the other fellow I'lrst of All, Kel Yourself, These are good times, they say. So they nro for the man who has things to sell, especially things to eat. The man who has to buy hir, living, especially If he Is buying out of a fixed wago or salary, may be n.irdoned for wondering a little at Hmos wcthor or not It Is just the sort of prosperity he would prefer. No farmer should be In tho claBS. He will have to buy somo things, of course, hut ho should have- more to Bell than he has to buy. Tho farmer who does not make his living at home is not profiting by tho high prlco of farm products. In fact, It is worth sayfhg one time food-buyi- most susceptible and! the dlscaso usually appears within the first three days after they aro Hatched. At . fnn.it ov i'i--i uciii ui uiiiuhitub aucvit'jI iiani Dfl .nH nj... n f.Uthln.H.4 ltA.ln die. Tho treatment must be prcventn- tlve. Tho cause must be removed and sanitation Is practically the wholo thing. The Incubators, tnd brooders should bo thoroughly scrubbed with soap and water in which a disinfectant tins been added. They should then bo further disinfected by fumigation with formaldyhyde. gas. For 3ft hours after hatching, the chicks should receive no feed. An Intestinal antiseptic mayjielp to prevent Infection, Dr. Kaupp has recommended for this purpose sulfocarbo-Int- o thirty grains, bichloride of mercury six grains, and citric acid three grains, dissolved in one gallon of water. This mixture should constitute, their drinking water. Experience has fully demonstrated that success in tho poultry business is impossible without the exercise of eternal vigilance in sanitation. There Is more Catarrh In this section of (ounliy than all other diseases put together, and until thn last few years nan Hiipposcd to bo Incurable. For a urciit nmiiy years doctors pronounced it a local dlseHne and prescribed lural reme-li"- i, and by roiiNtantly fnllhiK to euro ultli local ti eminent, pronounced It Incur-abl- e. Science has proen Catarrh to be a conitltullonal dlseate. and therefore reHall's quires constitutional treatment. Catarrh Cure, manufactured by I .1. rticney & Co , Toledo, Ohio, Is the only Constitutional i ure on the market. It li taken Internally. It nets directly on the Mood and mucoin surfaces of the system. They offer one hundred dollars for any cane It falls to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. tli -- says Mrs. SylfMla Woods, of Clifton .Mills, Ky fat writing of Her experience with Cardui, tile: woman's tonic. She says further: "Before I began to use Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. I was; hardly able to do any of my housework. After taking'three bottles of GarduL I began fo fed like a new woman. F soon gained 35 pounds, afd now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill. I wish every suffering woman would give It Always Helps CARDUI a trial. The Woman's Tonic Ii and it ahvays does me good." ut still use Cardui when I, feel a little bad, Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, tired, worn-ofeelings, etc., are sure signs of womanly trouble Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's tonic You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty yearg.. Get a Bottle Today! LVJ 1M .iHt. mi XMM IHJ mt IMJ U2J 1MB IflJ ISttJ 19J IB !! Ss7mwjw3gs that permanent agricultural prosperity comes only to the commore, ; I can't do. We also mako a specialty of Huraeahoeing and earnestly solicit your. patronage in this line. Respectfully yours, X X A. B. Row St Son Thirty-liv- e Centertowti, Ky. shop. years experience in tho J - hkiu: is a good ijka; to stop fok little moxkv & '.Louisville Hotel, Lonisville, Ky., Main St., bet. 6th 7th The Only Hotel In LoulHvllle Operated on tho American and European Plan. AMKKICAX PLAN (With Mcala) Ilooni). without lkith Iut with Hot and Cold Kunulns Writer. tr. ltooms i single, $2.00 single, 2.50 r.O llootns 3.00 HO Front Kooma. single, ltooms with Private Hath: Mingle, 3.00 single, 3.50 00 ltooms per day; per day; per day; pf--r 2 2 2 2 2 people, $2.00 each people, 2.25 each people.. 2.G0 each people, people, 2.7 G each day; per day; 3.00 each 0 r KL'ItOPKAX PLAN (Without Meals) ltooms without Kulh but with staple, $1.00 75 ltooms single, 1.25 50 Rooms 50 Front llooniB.Binsle, 1.50 ltooms with Private IJuth: single, 1.50 CO Rooms 2.00 CO Rooms ....... Ingle, Hot nnd Cold Ituunlng Water. per day; 2 people, 0.75 each per day; 2 people. 1.00 each per day; 2 people, 1.25 each per day; per day; 2 2 people, people, 1.2G each 1.50 each THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Cor. Sixth and Main Sts. Kuiontuu l!au Only. ltooms Without Ituth, $1.00 and up; Rooms With Private Rath, i.BO ,,,, newt KatlnK Place In Town. The Louisville, Hotel and tho Old Inn nro located In the wholesale walk to the retail district and theatera. district and only u LOUISVILLE HOTEL AND OLD INN COMPANV, Props. ,! i.1 Vanderbilt Training School for Boys s m ELKTON, KY. s 1 Will help parents dovolop tlioir mm into tho best typo of citizens and Christian gentlemen. Its patronage is widely scat- tored and comes from tho best liomes in tho South. Its capacity is limited, therefore, reservations should bo made early. Phico your son in this solect group of boys. Write J I 8 S MSTHENEY& BATTS information, Box For catuloguo and A. ! 3 March 29 Col. Dodd's command clashes wlthVilla troops at San blxty Mexicans killed, four United States soldiers wounded. April 1 Tenth Cavalry under Cot. Drown surprises Mexicans after Farmers Can rltle, kills thirty, near Aguas Wo talk so much about the need Calleates. among tho farmers of April 12 American detachment Is and speud so 'much time wondering ambushed in. City of Parol. why they don't learn to work togeth-- 1 April 12 Carranza informs Wil or that wo aro In danger of overlook- - j son It is unwise for American troops lag tho fact that they aro to remain longer in Mexico. lng more and moro every year. There April 15, Gen. Obregon, Mexican aro few counties in which ono cannot Minister of War, announces Villa Is organ I find some sort of dead and burled. ization among the farmers; and litApril 22 Col. Dodd and Seventh tle groups of farmers hero and Cavalry, after rldo over thero all over tho country aro work- mountains, engago in running fight as Ht-ting together and makjng just with Villa bandits. fuss about It us if it were the naMay 31 Carranza In bharp note is. tural thing to do. As, Indeed, it domands lmraedlato recall of Per Reference has been made time and shing expedition. again in this paper to the success- June 15 Mexicans raid San Ig- Uul work of the lamb and wool clubs naclo, Tex., and kill three. On a recent of mlddlo Tennessee, Juno 16 Carranza orders attack visit to Goodlettsvillo I found tho on Pershing men If they move east, pioneer club, members of that, tho west. or south. Mexicans called to after moro than three decades of arms In Juarez. quite contldent of the Juno 18 Wilson orders the whole future nnd on the alert to keep their National Guard to the Mexican bor organization right up to the minute der. as u business ngency. Juno 21 Small scouting party of Today comes a llttlo slip from tho Tenth Cavalry almost wiped out by Mississippi A. & M. Collego telling Mexicans near Carrlzal. how "llfteen Just plain Mississippi June 25 Wilson demands release i farmers" got together "without any of seventeen Americans captured at shipped a carload of frills" and "very ordinary hogs" to St. Louis, Carrlzal. 2S Carranza orders releaso June getting as high ns ten cents a pound, of American prisoners. livo weight, for them. thousand August 20 Fifteen selling should make it easy for these guardsmen ordered home from the farmers to practice brcoding to the extent of getting a border. November 23 Villa starts slego slre3 so that they will few pure-bre- d not have to ship "ordinary" and of Chihuahua City: NoveraW 24 American and Mex"scrub" hogs next year. ican Commissioners sign peaco proTho association that OUy, N. J. , comes Into existence through tho tocol nt Atlantic November 29 Villa captures Chiefforts of tho "plain" farmers them-solvsoon abolitions It. to meet n rettl need of theirs huahua City, but Is tho ono that promises most; and Tho Habit of TuMng Cold. thero aro moro such organizations With many people taking cold is a y than over boforo. habit, but fortunately ono that Is among farmers has easily broken, rako a cold spqngo bocomo ono of tho realties. South- bath every morning when you first ern Agriculturist. get out of bed not Ice cold, but n tempcruturo of about 90 degrees r White Diarrhoea, n Menace to Chick. Also sleep with your window up. Do It Is claimed that not less than SO and you will seldom tako cold. per cent of chickens hatched die of this you do tako cold tako 'u When white dianhoea and tho loss from Cough Remedy and get rid this dUeaso Is greater than the com- of. It ns quickly as possible. Obtainbined loss from all other diseases. able everywhere. m It is not difficult to distinguish between tho white diarrhoea and noninfectious diarrhoea. The latter atFOR FLETCHER'S tacks older chicks and Is not nearly so fatal. Incubator cblsku are the Ger-onlm- o; all-nig- ht all-nig- ht lo es to-daCham-bcrlalu- munity usually only to tho man that produces a burplus of food products. No farming section has yet based known an enduring-prosperit- y farming and tho puron single-cro- p chase from Its proceeds of the other necessities of life. It Is the samo way wtth live stock. Tho farmers who make most out of live stock aro the farmers who grow most of their feeds at homo. The farm flock of poultry pay big dividends, but few commercial poultry plnnts last moro thnn a few years. Tho difference between cheap homegrown feeds and feeVls purchased at retail mnrket prices mak'es the difference In profits. Tho dairymen In tho Northeast and some nearer home who depend on buying nearly nil their feeds for their cattle find it a hard struggle to keep ahead. Dalry-me- u who feed their own feeds And the cow a money maker. Tho farm li primarily a placo to raise things to eat, and the farmer who fails to raise food for himself and feed for hl3 stock is running a risk. Southern Agriculturist. 'Hold by DruRKltts. 75c. Take Hall's ramlly mil for comttpMlon. mm AddrrM: F. .1. CIIENRT ft CO.. Toledo. O. YKAR'H DKVKLOPMKNTS IN UNKULY MKXICO t " . i jmmrAi January 10 Villa bandits murder seventeen American mining men taken from a train at Sauta Ysobel, Chihuahua. January 13 full of life and action, tilled with the me ui line inpiniiion sou loiKiwca by 250 short storks ot adventure, wm mate Vlctorlano Huerta, IffeYOUTH'S COMPANION! Better Than Ever in 1915 Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial. Page, Boys-PagGirls Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles of Travel, Science, Education. 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WILLIAMS, - UarUoni, Ky to fcuv. --NAME. , I ax V-l- OTHER HOME ' - - CASTORIA It you wuitafcwltf maculae, writo for, our lattt cdUIo tie before you jurctuui Tta Nsw Horns Semis Etaftte Co., Oran, Mm." r . W Tot pains In the lack b Ui. Mil.' XnU-l'iiVOta. u c4 I m " vt-fcT-ttnawE- i 'Jk The Place Where Your Dollar Buys Most ! The above words never meant so much to the people as now. Our business has increased to such an extent during the year just closed to clearly accounts. We never prove that all the people are not tied up on credit, and they are tired of chipping in to help pay the losses on slow and never-pa-y carry over goods from season to season, and now, regardless of the great advances, will close out all WINTER GOODS at the old prices, charging no advance, which will save you 20 to 50 per cent. Buy All the Goods Yot Need for Balance of Season NOW! save $2.00 to $5.00 on a Suit for Manor Woman? See us. If we save you 50c or $1.00 on a pair of Shoes, you would be glad 'we can do it. In fact, everything goes. We haven't the time or space to name all the bargains, but remember at all times to see us before you part to cover losses. We thr.i.!' every man, woman and child who helped us to money. One small profit is all we ask, and no rake-of- f with your win in the past year, and look to 1917 with a smile. Would you like to hard-earne- d J. T.VINSON l SON, uw. - Beaver Dam, Ky. conferred with Amundsen and Bartlett, understands that $200,000 hui been subscribed privately to carry thru tho expedition. Amundsen's expedition Is being organized In Norway, and will cost about as much. Both explorers wilt have new ships built expressly for their work. Amundsen's iu Norway, Bnrtlctt's on the Pacific coast. Both expeditions havo the endorsement and encouragement of tho National Gegraphlc Society. Both will uso airplanes, and havo the active of tho Aero Club of America In forming their equipment of airplanes am) ! I t .1 w may be found only crnckcrs AND GROANS SOLDIERS BELIEVE Ifttturo and where reposes tlio CHEERS crackers and chee3e now, very soon GREET GOV. STANLEY 1917 WILL END WAR there will be only a memory of tlir.t which was. Forty cents higher Is the wholesale price of common by the barrel DISCUSSES POSSIBILITY OK SPE BRITISH AND FRENCH CONVINC- - mid SO cents that of lager. Bottled CIAIj SESSION OF LEGISLA-TUB- E KI) THAT NKXT 12 MONTHS The beer Iras escaped thus far. IN LOUISVILLE. WIIJj BRING VICTOIIV. barrel price now is $7.40 for tho lager and $6.40 for the common. Col. Charles P. Dehlcr, secretary Louisville, Ky January 1. With tho British Army in Franco. of ho Ccatra, consumers Companv. discussed tho possibility of a 1 London). The arrival polntC(l out ycsterday that tho in- (via. Jan. esi ; creaso wad lnevtable. All materials, special session of the legislature to of 1917 was weicomea on me front by tho British and French sol- - h mlif hftd lncrcMcd ln prlco mnIr pass a new tax law at the New Ycar'.i reception of tho board of trade toiters as u neginning oi we uu , ror example." having Jumped from 70 may oe cents to (1.40 a bushel in recent day. tho great world war. Tuero address brought Tho Governor's varying viows and ..theories as to months. Tin; first cheers and then groans. bebrought about. Aavi the end is to Saloon keepers expressed tho belief Inut there is no question that through- - they would be obliged 'to stand tho cheers came when his remarks e dicated that a special session was is a con- - increase, .seeking to eliminate out the. the Iction that tho next twelve months frco ,unch flU(j- Jn gome instancc3 re likely; tho groans camo when he ill bring a victorious peace to tho duco tua 3,zo of tuo glass t0 niMt made it seem that ho was not willing to "take a chance." j tho situation. Oysters nre not threat- Ulios. Cries of "take a chance. Govamong British and French cnoU ft3 a iagnapp0( and brewers say Opiniou Jghter as to how the war will no furthpr jump iu bcer is IlkcIy, j. ernor." came from tho representa .ud is divided Into two schools. The c noardraan, president of the Hotel tives of Louisville business who wero ono believes that Germany will be & Cafo Keepers' Association, may call present. Tho Governor began his address willing to crant extreme concessions a meetinB shortly to consider the on the wisdom of by discoursing ind tho other that only military question. Courier-Journa- l. legislation for tho benefit of the pressure will bring tuein tlio iruus Ho said thnt people generally. t victory. Both schools, however, REPORT OF CONDITION to ono class legislation favorable Is the decisive arc agreed thnt this OF 'iOWN OF HARTFORD against another was ruinous to both ear. In tho end. If a law is beneficial' to of the British On most sectors Hartford is steadily getting out of country he is in favor ront the new year made its bow debt. The indebtedness of the city both city and of it, he said. ceremony. So many flares with llttlti of Hnrtlord for tho year 1917 is as Continuing, ho said: ind rochets are sent up from the iollows: "I realize that if the State can long dark winter trenches on these Bond indebtedness sewer shako off this archaic and aights tlis'. it is impoolble to say how fi.rwi cio enn nr. (here there was were in bou-- , mn,. many of these of iVtford.'no'tV '. '. I'fiOOM tremendous cheering) the city of or of 1917. There is one section. Ky. Light & Power Co.. COO. 00 will riso like a disLouisville lowevtir. wlicro the British artillery J. O. Duke, note 600.00 embodied city to a new ether." follow the practice adopted last year The Governor then said that ho jf welcoming January 1 with salvo Total flG.300.00 had been Impressed by the splendid against tl.clr enemy from guns of Cash in City Treasurer's work of tbe commission that had jll csllbcrs, along this front every-Uiiu- g hands .'. I 60.00 lately made Its report, but that tho from machine guns to the big Cash in Cemetery fund.. 1,020.00 that the gest of the heaviest joining in firing, Cash in S. F. Com'r. hands 2.370.00 people should remember Governor Is the head of the executive .irst ono round, then nine, then one, branch of the government and canind finally six. . Total 2,450.00, not himself pass tax laws which aro the "We do not know whether enacted by tho legislative branch. jcrmaus recognized it or not, but Bond and City Indebted- The Governor then came to the said vo will try thera again ness ,..$16,300.00 meat of his address In the followCaptain, as he started an artillery Cash on hands in different ing: for a dUtant part of tho line to give funds J.150.00 "When I am convinced, If I ever necessary instructions. In sendthe am, that the representatives of tho ing this fiery greeting to the GerBal. total Indebtedness S12.S50.00 people from tho hundred districts mans there was a further compliTotal Indebtedness three years ago, of Kentucky will meet, talk busi cation of difference of time, tho Ger- - Jan. 1914, $20,509.92. ness, pas-- i an act and adjourn, 1 will time. i.likervlne continental be tho happiest man In the world to which is one hour ahead of the Britcall a special session, but until I am Returning to Older Things. To avoid all ish and French clocks. nuency w- - convinced of this I will not take a no.ara say uat in. doubt tho liiltlBh artillery fired slg- ward symbolism. In palatini and all chance." o clock and rial wilvcu at both U u but of tfae pM Groans that equaled tho previous midnight. j ,juium The worM has crown old and cheering followed this declaration. over tho veary an)j nrcj 0f it dry as-dLow black clouds scudded phi- of "Take a chance" went up. liattlo area this last night of the old losophles and Is goin? tack to the Crlea meeting wns was born ln times when all the people of the Tho sentiment of tho year aud its successor all for a special session to enact a earth dreamed of great mysteries Id . howling wind which caught up and now tax law. tarried away tho thunder of the little things; when the highest ritual f religions wan the dance in tho j Tho crlm booming was swept .juns. Kami For Kule. . " ."-kfar beyond the battle lines until it I desire to sell my farm ot,7C and humanity first Imagined the counulngled with tho church bells sum- try acres, located on the Hartford and of the god. moning the people to prayer in the Mcllenry public toad, 2 miles from villages of Franco. McIIonry, ono mllo from Hartford Inttlnct and Reason and Contcrtown I'lkc Threo good ., Notm. I Administrator Tho term "Instinct" a supposed to wells of water, plenty of fruit for All persons having claims against refer to the Intelligence which leads' family use, fairly good buildings, 20 It. I.. Taylor, deceased, lo the performance of actions that aro ho iwlttc of adaptlro in character, but, pursued acres in woodland, balance cleared Arc hereby notified to present same of which 20 acres Is bottom land. without necessary 'o im. ii'f;u.rly..proven. on or before relation between tbeknowledge of the Will soil at a bargain. Change In means employed 1r.t, 1917. or they will be aud tho cuds attained, while "reason" occupation only reason for selling. forovor boned. Is supposed to bo awaro of such HEN L. DAV18, .ML AS L. STEVENS. knowledge and to work accordingly. Beaver Dam, U. 2. 4tt Gov-StanlBrlti&h-nrmr.ther( tax-systeht u vnr-buun- d LATEST WAR NEWS aviators. Bartlctt's American expedition enter tho polar ocean by way Bering Straits. Amundsen will ter by the routo north of Norway tho Kara Sea. Penalty Sho Had to Pay. Irene's mother Is a woman of advanced Ideas. A tow days ago when there came bad weather Irene went on to a neighbor's porch and looked through the Inviting window whore Reggie was comfortably engaged with his playthings. "Why don't jou oomo in? I'm Just having a dandy time with my Nose ark." "No." sobbed Irene. "I've got to stay outside aud bo he. .thy. Mnmlny. Tho Teutonic allies, art making progress Iu their drive, which apparently has as its object the effecting of u Junction with their troops, moving north into Moldavia. Addttlouul points have been taken from tho Russians and Rumanians on both sides of tho Oituz Vnlley and in tho Putna and Solbalo Valleys. Meanwhlto Field Alarshnl von Mackcu6cn's army continues will pushiug north into the country from Tlio of tho mountains to the Danube. en eastern fiank has thrown tho Rusand sians from the Bralla bridgehead. : while In Dobrudja tho Teutonic lino I has been driven closer to Matchln, across tho river from Braita. Rumania. I piled tho futhcr, passing a hand over his noblo brow, "la tho science of causo nnd effect. Now, you sec tlio strain coming out of tho spout of thnt kcttlo. don't you? But you don't know why It does so, or wlint produces tho " "Oh, yes, I do, dad! Tho steam comes out of tho kettle so that mother can open your letters without your knowing It!" And the happy atmosphere of that Httlo homo was suddenly wrecked. New York Mull. NEW HALF DOLLAR BEARS LIBERTY IN FULL KTATURH "tv. r i Philadelphia, Jan. 2. T"he' now half dollars were placed in clrcitU-- t tton by tho local mint $:'25,-00to-da- y, Q Advices from Athens say British and Russian Ministers havo signed a noto demanding tho reduction of tho Greek forces, except In Peloponnesus, to a sizo necessary only for police duty, tho releaso, of political prisoners and apologies to tho allied Ministers and tho French, Grcc. , I Hags- - worth of them having been distributed to banks Und trust companion in this city. On tho obverso side of the new coin to a full length figure of Liberty, tho folds of her garment being tho Sho carrle Stars nud Stripes. branches ot laurels and oak, "symbols of civil and military glory." On an cagla tho reverse side apK-ar- s perched high on a crag. A pine sapling. Indicative of the early American spirit, also Is shown. nd liYNCIIINGS IN UNITED STATES DURING Proper Light Important. Light is of first Importance to tho In the daytime the light reader. slionld come ofer tbe shoulder from tho side or from the back, aud the reader should sit in such a position that there will be no shadow on the book. However, if the reader sits in the full sun, tho shadow of tbe shoulders on tho pages of the book Is a relief to tho eyes, for bright sunlight on print is trying. Administrator. ,. m Jll'l'lt CiOHH UP; BLOW TO HIT THE VREE I.UNCII ) u Tho high cost of free lunch Is the d latest paradox of tho situation by tho natloual prosperity. Instead of going dowu, as properly sa It might 'jaght, beer went up yesterday and a,roonkeH't's, upon whom tho Increase lll fall, picked out tho freo lunch to lay tlio burden upon. Wftero now Is exposed un elaborate array of delicatessen specialties, ;roidol ao the beer may havo something lo wobli down. In the near cro-ate- ru Controversy never convlnaed any man; men can be Influenced by making them think for themselves, bv seeming to doubt with them or by leading them as If by the hand with out their perceiving It. A good book lent to them, which they read at leisure, produces upon them surer effects because they do not then blush to be subjugated by the superior reason of an antagonist. Avoid Controversy. lKAItV'S AIDE TO SEEK NORTH POLE , IN1 AIRPLANE CASTORfA Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S Washington, Dec. 30. Arrangements for tho American Polar expe' dition to bo headed by Capt. Robert A. Bartlett, Peary's navigator on his dash to tho North Pole, have progressed to a point where It is possible that the expedition, which Is to bo similar to another to bo led by Capt. Roald Amundsen, discoverer of tho South Polo, may get away noxt summer. Rear Admiral Poary, who returned today from Now York, where lio lower Moldavian region. Around Brnila, on both sides of tho Danube, tho Invaders havo farther driven In In tho defenders of tho territory. REAVER RAM DEPARTMENT. Good Advice About Oilcloth. Dobrudja tho Teutons, twenty-thre- e After washing oilcloth and linoleum, batalllotis strong, Jun. 4. Miss Geneva Taylor lelt havo forced their Monday be sure to dry It properly. If left to rcsumo her studios nt damp It will Ejcodlly rot and soon bo enemy to glvo ground. Bradley, Peoria, III. come totally ruined. It Is a great Mr. Frank Barnes went to Owens-bor- o THE LADIES' HOME JOURNAL. mistake to uso too much water for Inst Sunday, returning Monwashing It. The cloth should be THE SATURDAY EVENING POST wrung out and passed lightly over tat nnd THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN day. U. Everett Likens returned to wish to gocuro tho sparo tlmo of n surface. S!sto University Sunday uftor spend-iu- g man or woman to net as local tho Christinas holidays with his Wonderful Art. in Hartford und vicinity, The greatest of ull human arts is looking after tho renewals ot their pa rents. Miss Wluuto Davis Slinnierman, that of being Indiscreet discreetly. many subscriptions ln this soctlon, Smart Set. and introducing these publications Hartford, nnd Mr. Ralph Davidson, to now readers. Payment will bo Henderson, wero tho guests of Mhs Contents Make a Difference. mnde in salary and commlolon. Pre Ella McKennoy Friday. It there is only ono bottle of castor vious oxpcrlcuco Is deslrablo hut nut. Mrs. J. V. Plummor and Miss Nell oil iu tho house, father Is willing essential. For details address, with Plummcr loft for Louisiana Thursday mother sjiould havo It alt because It wlicro they will reside will do ber good. .But If there is only references. Box C54, THE OURTIS Miss Myrtlo Park und Mr. Lclgh-to- n PUBLISHING COMPANY, Independfaono bottlo of bcer in tho house, Park wero tho guests of Mrs. 17t- ther drinks It himself because It might ence Square, Philadelphia. Geo. Bruuton sovorul days last not agre with mother. Cincinnati wool;. , A Sad Blow. Enquirer. Tho boyPentertulued with a parly Everything In tho dear old vlllago Boomed tho samo to Jones utter his at tho opera houso Monday evening. Better Way. x Mrs. )ron Barnes ontertulued tho It Is often bettor not to see an In- abttnet- - of four years. Tho old sult than to avoid It. Seneca. church, tho vlllago pump, tho ducks Sail Souoi club Friday urtcruoon from on tho green, tho old men smoking, two to five. To Avoid Watting Feathers. Miss Era Gardner, Glendtilo, was whilo their wlros gossiped It was When emptying foathors from one so restful nttor the. rush aud bustle tho guest ot Mlbs Myru Flonor severpillow to another, sew tho opening ot tho city. Suddenly ho missed some- al days last week. of ono pillow to another and you will thing. not uasto feathers. "Whoro'a Hodgo's windmill?" ho Dally Thought. If you censure your friend for oyery nuked iu surprise. "I can soo only Mighty Nile. On the fault ho commits there will come a Twelve thousand miles of navigable ono mill and thoro used to bo two." tlmo whfii jou will havo no frleud to Tho native gazed thoughtfully waterways aro offered by tbo Nllo aud round, as if to verify tho statement. censure. Arabian Proverb. Its tributaries. Then ho Bald slowly: A 100 aero tarnt "They pulled ono down; thoro inuoa east of From the Way They Act. weren't wind enough for two of em.'' Hartford, on tho border of tho oil "Everybody has his faults," said fields. Good dwelling, barn and othGood Stories. Undo Eben, "but some folks saemi er necessary outbuttdlngs. proud of 'em." Young t Wlut Tommy Know. orchard, strawberry bed and"" other Tommy had a thirst for knowl- ploastng features, If bonds carty Where Brutes Have Advantage. y I envy tbo beasts two things their edge. Beat pike will bo near, Ignorance ot evil to come aud their "Dad," ho asked ono day, "what's See. or write TInsloy & Barnett, Ignorance of what ia said about them. natural philosophy?" Hartford, Ky for furth Darwin. "Natural philosophy, my boy," ro- 7'cn-nessercpro-sontatl- tedious operations known. In some cases the exposure of the plate must During all last for several hours. this time both the plato aud telescope must be moved so that the Imago of the star will be stationary on Ui plate. Tuoday. T rewro. Franco and Great Britain havo agreed upon tho draft or a reply to President Wilson's note, which follows the lines of the Entente unto to- thu Central Powers. President Wilson was In conference with Senator Stono yesterday, and It was announced that Administration leaders would sound tho Senate as to tho resolution indorsing tho President's action iu forward- ' Iiir what Is termed his pcact noto Star Photography. Star photography Is one of the most to atl nations. Ah pro-holid- IIMO ur Itiitiiaul.i. The Russians and Rumanians nro being steadily driven back from Transylvanian Alps and Tuskogeo, Ala., Jan. 1. Fifty-fopersons woro lynched in thu United States during 1916, according to tho records of Tuskcgeo Instituto hero. Fifty wero negroes. Tho list includes four whltu persons and threo Sixty-seve- n negro women. wero lynched in 191H, and thlrtocn of these wero white men. The lynching wero In the following States: Arknnsas, four; Florida, eight; Georgia, 14; Texas, nine; Kentucky, Louisiana, North Carolina. South Carolina, two each; Oklahoma, four; Kansas, Mississippi, .Mie, ssouri nnd Alabama, ono each; threo. 'I - j lutcr-couut- k X