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FIRE RAGES IN FRANKFORT PEjY ' OHIO COUNTY HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY,. JANUARY 12, 1917. ' r North In Nlcolay nnd Hay's Llfo of Lincoln It Is stated that tho efforts to use tho Southern ARMY DRAFT BILL conscription on unsuccessful. sldo Thu wero equally Chief of tiio Ilureau of Conscription at Richmond, Vu In u report dated POOR TEAMWORK DISPLAYED April ;t0, ISM, "confessed that the Why Secrctry system had failed." BETWEEN PRESIDENT AMI WAR SECRETARY. llaker should have approved tho nc- Itlon of tlio War College and Gcnor- nl staff in putting tho Haydcn Joker into general orders' nobody can un PROMISES TO REPEAL derstand. Every stop of this sort, tho President feels, makes more , (lilHcult his task of getting this jok Wilson Describes Measure A Too er out of the law. Against m Sweep! tiK Sentiment Conscription l,mv. ",())( Home. Kent Toklo, Jan. C. Jnpanmo residents of tho United States Curing tho tint mouths of tho current year Washington. Jan. C. A lack ot ten $2,215,000 to their home teamwork between President Wilson country. Tho figures nro announcand Secretary of War Newton I). Ba- ed by tho Department of Communicaker Ih Imllcatvil In the publication of tions. No. 21, carrying reputations still Is fresh In tho minds thousands still living. STRANGER IN CAMP. for my transatlantic flight will have a width of approximately 1.10 feet nn4 will require threo propellers, with two motors of nbout 160 horsepower I expect to have to each propeller. It built in Florida noxt mouth and will do some, (lying down there .bo- foro I take It to Newfoundland.' . ENGLISH SHELL CONCERN OUTBIDS AMERICAN FIRM8 TWO CONVICTS LOSE LIVRB AND OTHEIW INJURED WHEN ! FLAMES BHKAK OUT. j Circular HG covering cotiHcrlptlon liv time of war. These regulations would call Into active service all male citizens tho ages of 18 und 45. They carry out the provisions In the law which President "Wilson described during the recent .campaign as "much too sweeping Iti of , Us terms," and for the repeal Which ho promised his aid. Thu conscription paragraph Is known as the "Hayden Joker" and has been described by Representative Huddles-toof Alibama, as the "biggest secret In omclal Washington." It was passed without debate, or discussion, and without the knowledge even, of tlio members of the Military Affairs Committee, which supposedly drew the bill. When President Wilson's attention was called to this paragraph or the law during the. campaign, be express-grosurprise mid Secretary Tumulty was directed to prepare n torm letter in which the President's disapproval was expressed. Further th" President guvo personal assurances to many people thai l:o would see that flie joker wan repealed at this sesRepresentative sion ot Congress. Iluddlestou lias Introduced the repealing bill and Representative Dent, chairman of the Military Committer has Indicated Ills willingness to cooperate In securing the repeal. in .evon Universal conscription, time of war, is a step which tlio country would tako only with deliberation. It Ih inconcolvablo that It should bo udopted without a word of n, at lllSCUHSlOll. Clique Wants Draft. Thu regnlur army clhiuo in the War Department are.of course.strong lor it. Tho more nearly our army can bo made to resemble that of Germany tho better pleased they nro. Conscription, even tho limited to war time, I a a step in what they consider tho right direction. Circular No. 21, which bears th approval of Secretary linker, carries the date of November 3, but for some as u reason It was not promulgated general order until December 28. It puts into general orders tho provisions of section 73 of tho law,, which provides for thv formation of reserve organizations to 1111 gaps In thu regular organlau-tlons- . Tho orders say that, "If for any Tcasou thero shall not bo enough re servists or enough voluntary enlist-jnuut- a to organizu or to keep tho batnlllous ut thu prescribed strength, n sulllclent number of the unorganized militia, shall bo drafted by tho President into tho scrvico of tho United States to maintain bucIi battuliou or other lesser reserve unit tit thu prescribed strength, Tho object of such roSenye battalions or other lesser reservo units is to train recruits uud to replaco losses or to fill vacancies In activo orgnnlzutlotis." Tho "unorganized militia" hero to uro all male citizens between tho nges of IS and 15. Anybody, and everybody can bo grabbed us in Russia or Priib'sia, and sent to t tho front. "Irafl Riots" lfollow. Kngland hesitated long boforo reporting to tho draft. Olllclal reports show that 4,000,000 men were rala-iby tho volunteer method, and that when conscription finally was resorted to, thero woro only 500,000 avail-nbl- o moil left to bo conscripted. During tho Civil War practically all llfo lighting met on both sides wero yoluntcers. Ot tho 2,859,132 Fed-orenlistments Just 40,000 woro lidded to .the ranks by the draft. Uut tho memory of tho "draft rlota" In muny of thu principal cities o( the al xl Wabhlngton, Jan. 4. Despite tho demands upon lirltish munitions HEROIC RESCUES MADE Had- plants because of the war. fields, Limited, an English concern, companies outbid tho American Firemen And Fellow Prisoners Work y when the proposals wero opened FaitlifuIIy And Save Trapped for sKteen and fourteen. luch Ncrtocm. English concern offcr-je- d Tho 'shells. shells at a price of $200 each less American plant and for I than any Frankfort, Ky., Jan. &'. Dave delivery In half thu time tho Americans wanted, the shells delivered Flfo, of Lexington, and Hill Jones, ot Owlngsvlllo, negro prisoners, died of here, duty paid. suffocation in a fire, that burned everything- inflammablo In cell house 1HG FINANCIAL LKAK. 8, of tho reformatory, .Millions of Money Sent to Europe by About fifty prisoners woro taken out THAW INDICTED. by rescue parties that dug a hole In of this Country. tho wall and climbed ladders to the Youth TcIN Relative Xmv Yorker By climbing: The claim is made by a close stud- upper tiers of cells. Threshed Him. ent of the Immigration question that along planks laid on the stool beams, not less than $50,000,000 of the sav- they took'tho men out of their cells New York, Jan. 9. Harry K. ings ot Immigrants nro sent from the and slid them down to waiting arms Thaw was today indicted by tho United States to Europe each month, below. In order to save halt a doze grand Jury on three charges or crinv rescuers dug and that the total amount of savings of tho men tho lnally assaulting Fred Grump, Jr.. a exported during the two years of the through the partition into another High School boy. of Kansns City, Mo. Des Moines Register. war is $1,200,000,000. The author- corridor. was issued for A bench warrant All tho men were negroes. , V11I ity for these figures says 'that this Thaw's arrest. is due to the constant urging Jones, ot Winchester, is in a serious result Harry K. Thaw, twice tried for tho TO FLY of tho "omnipresent private banker, condition, the flesh being burned off murder of Stanford Whlto and Incar- WEBB LAW HELD All the prisoners whoso greatest profits lie In foreign both his legs. cerated at Matteawan Asylum for the exchange." This is not a condition wero suffering severely from tho Criminal Insane, obtained bis release OVER ATLANTIC peculiar to the war In Europe, for shock, but physicians said the CONSTITUTIONAL from that iiitftllutlon about a year ago the savings of foreign laborers have thought all the rest will recover. long litigation nnd a. scnsi-tinuafter Tho firo supposed to have startbeen sent abroad for many yeare, lllght from tho hospital. ed from defectlvo wiring near the Thaw Is ncniHed in the indictment SUPRKMK COUIIT DECLARES ACT SWEDISH ARMY AVIATOR WILT although It may bo said that In a largo number of cases the money roof, was first discovered In tho of enticing Crump. 1C found 'VNDERTAKK AIR VOYAGE IN .MAY APPLY IN ITS BROAD- - ' The alarm was given by tho " was used In buying tickets for mera-bo- rs years old, from Long Reach, Cat., to TRIPLANE EST SENSE. of families who wero unable to power house whistle, which turned I this city and having assaulted him ut reach the, hospitable, shores of this, put tho prison dopartment. The city l;i hotel hero with a buggy whip on nro alarm sounded a few minutes la-t'country. threo different occasions. I and tho city department ran fif-slUndoubtedly there Is great desti Tlio assault upon which tho indict-- I AFFECTS "DRY" STATES TO MAKE TEST IN MAY the walls and joined the prison tution in' many parts of Europo.and, meiit is'basud is alleged to have takt consequence, increasingly lurgaflro department, i on place crtrlMnmn'ulErftr-Tf- to Iiott"' 1'ruy For Help. lleil to Kansas City, wliuru he told his Pie veu t Possession and Receipt Of Cunt. Hugo SunUstMlt To Have Per- - iiiiiouuis oi money uro being sent By that, time the fire had spread home by foreign laborers In tho Frank relatives of Ills experience. Whiskey Shipped By Common Mmil Supervision Oier Cratt's United States. 'Perhaps they should along tho roof of tho cellhouso and P. Walsh, a leading lawyer of Kan-ba- s Construction. Carrier Into Dry Territory. reigned. be commended rather than censured pandemonium Prisoners City, came to New York and laid for providing for their destitute rel- - locked in, were praying and scream the allegations of tho boy before Disatlves, many of whom have been lng for help.. trict Attorney Swaun. n Washington, Jan. S. The New York, Jan. 6. SMI! another deprived of all other means of As quickly as possible, prisoners boy and of Tlio testimony of tlio will try tho- transatlantic port. Nevertheless, tho exportation assisting tho turnkeys, cells were unlaw, designed to prevent attaches of tho tiotol and others was from "wot" to "dry" Hight by air next spring, It his plans 0r $50,000,000 each month is an locked, tho antiquated cellhouso havtaken und the indictment followed. y , enormous declared consti- mature. drain upon the resources ing no modern appliances by which As soon as the bench warrant was Is- States, was He Is dipt. Hugo Sundstedt, of the0f this country, and If It is to tutional by tho Supremo Court by a all tho cells can be unlocked at once. sued a detective Btarted with It for army, recently un observer tinuo any length of time the bal-o- f Tho men rushed out of tho cellhouso Philadelphia whore Thaw is said to vote ot 7 to 2, which also upheld uorial developments for his conn- - anco 0f trade In our favor will not pellmell when released, but discipline West Virginia's prohibition amend-mobe now staying at a hotel. prohibiting citizens from re- try on the western battlo front. He do us a great amount of good, for was quickly brought to bear In tho ceiving liquor for personal uso ship- will leave for Floridu in a few days an tho profits wll bo returned to yard and the men, excepting thoso CONSCRIPTED BY IUUTISH, building of n trl- - Europe. Wo do not know of ny actually fighting tho Are, woro herdKENTUCKIAN SEEKS RELIEF ped by co'mmou carriers lu interstate to supervise tho commerce. plane in which ho hopes to be tho curo. Salt Lake Trlbuue. ed Into the dining room and chapel. f It was anounced that Justice The heat and smoke drovo tho llrst to sail across the ocean. t Lexington. Ky.. Jan. S. William Cupt. Sundstedt hopes his machine PULASKI COUNTY VOTES concurred in tho decision men from the corridors, leaving halt Hnffey. son ot Mrs. Josephine Haf-fe"DRY" BY 2,000 MAJORITY a hundred crazed negroes on walks will bo ready by the middle of Feb - ! of this city, has bcou couscrlpt-e- l but not completely in the opinion. He will then spend two Justices Holmes and Vandeventcr ruary. 11 and 12. The, white men from army and is tryInto the Rrltlsh j months Somerset, Ky Jan. C. The local cellhouso B, who have to enter In trial lllghts and be ready. ing to sccuro lift freedom, according were the two dissenting Justices. y power of Gov for the big adventure In May or the option election resulted lu through tho old cellhouse, wero res"Tho to n letter received by relatives hero. victory for tho "drys." With sixteen cued through a window, tho bars of ernment over liquor Is settled," said last of April. Ho Is now in a training camp In Kngannouncing tho I ii ic s1.,,i,.n'a rnrl.nint nvintnr precincts out tho majority Is 1,500. which wero pried apart. land, preparatory to being sent to tho the Chief Justico in 8 wln ,JU Increased to 2,000 or decision.. "Thero was no Intention nn,i Uoltla tlio record for a long dls- It was moru than un hour after the front. of Congress to forbid Individual uso t.uice flKlt between Stockholm nn.l mtm' w,lu aU precincts aro in. Som-o- f Uro was discovered that It was suffiliquor. Tho purposo of this act i.,riH. ,iiHtaiico of n thousand miles. crsot WLllt 200 u,y' A ver' l,Sht ciently under control for the work of VILLA APPEALS, was to cut out by tho roots tho prac- - during which ho was obliged to laud. voto was Volm rescue to bo resumed. Tho cellhoue? U. 8. FOR FAIR PLAY 4 tlco of permitting violation of State )ni ollco for fUel. Is 120 years old, and tho wooden HUTLER "NIGHT IHDER" liquor laws. Wo can have no doubt beams, time dried, and tho wooden To undertako to fly across tho Al- Now York, Jan. 6. Aftor au abCASES ARE DISMISSED ..rn.11... I.. r.,.1.1 n, ,l.A ...... tln Congress has complete uuthorlty j;intC lH no B1Ilau thing." said Capt., sence ot more than a year, accredited that to prevent paralyzing ot State author- - sundstedt very well burned like tinder. As nortiona of the It is all representatives of Francisco Villa Howling Green.Ky., Jan. 8. Judge power to . i)0 un exnort mechanic nnd have a root fell, from time to time, carrying again hayo established headquarters Itles. Congress exerted a McKcnzfu Moss, of tho Wurren Cirtho national with tho machine that you understand down with It tho charred timbers of hero and announcement was mado tocuit Court, has dismissed all of tho tho walks, It was believed those Stato authority." left but one ot thu most Imporday by John J. Hawos, who is In continued "night rider" cases from within Upheld In Broadest Sense. could not bo allvo. tant factors In tho transatlantic lllght charge, that events now had shaped Butler county, tho churges having Attorneys for national liquor or- Is to bo ablo to Hud your way. It Is been settled by fines a few days ago themselves so that "frequent and renecessary to ily at a height of not FII'TEEX CHILDREN ARE liable" reports ot Villa's movements ganizations, who iwcro In court, said while Judge Moss was holding court KILLED BY A TORNADO bp given to the public. decision upholds and applies tho less than 12,000 feet because of tho at Morgantown. tho could Thoso whoso' cases n iaw "lu Its broadest carrents of air, and at this altitude, wero dismissed were: Earl Holders, A statement was glvou out by Mr. Muskogee, Okla., Jan. 4. Only jot course, It Is Impossible to dlstln- - Silas Ha wes which had boon issued by bciiso." and P. C. Jenkins, Boh HamWayno B. Wheeler, counsel for tho I gu'sh ships and uso them as a guide. mers, Theron DorrJs, "Doc" J. A. and one out ot lli'ty children lu u frunio Hlpoltto Villa, a brother ot Francisco u League of Amorlca. who It Is thorofore, Impuratlvo that tho Silas Gardner, Marlon Drake, Willie school house near Blocker, escaped Villa, from San Autouto, Tex., where tornado ho livuu in oxllo. In thu statement with Fred Blue, Stato prohibition uvlutor know something of naviga- and Thomas Vaughn, George Sweez-e- r Injury late today when shattered tho building. Late reports Villa appealed to tho "sense ot jus- commissioner of West Vlrgluia, ar tion so that ho can act as his own and Ben Grubbs. Indicate that fifteen children, mostly tice and fair play of the American guod the case beforo thu court, made pilot. V. C. Jenkins nnd George Sweczcr people" In bohalf of hla brothpr, this btatuuicut on thu court's dlcls-Io"Tho wind ut this height Is most wero convicted in tho Wnrren Circuit girls, were killed. A woman oach-o- r is uilsstng. Persons living ln tho trying, for It travels at a minimum Court ubout u ymf Bg0 f0J. bandnB whom ho declared lunocout ot all neighborhood believe boo was, killed "Tho Sates may now prohibit tho velocity of 100 miles au hour, making charges that have boon brought eoilfBdcraMns together. Jenkins possession, receipt, sale and use of it oxtrumely difficult to control the nd gvca four ycftrs and Swoozer mu, and her body blown away agaiunt him und who "soon will was t j himself lu tho admiration intoxicating liquor nnd not bo hamp-ero- d machine ut all." yiar ln tho penitentiary. Daisy- Ma- Upholds Medlrut Lutv. by tho agencies ot Interstate Capt. Sundstedt said that Mm MI of the whole world." was gIve ognt yearB , eBr0 Wushlngton, Jan. 8. Without deAmerlcnn-mnd- o machines now com- - lh penitontlary for robbery. Villa, according to Hhwcs, has a commerce. ciding constitutional questions tho . army very favorably with thoso of j pare 0 well oqulppcd Details or Two Ciuscs. Supremo Court Monday afllrmlng ren ami 10,000 men and Is, only jNOW ON HONEYMOON act ot lorelgn manufacture. Tho Federal awaiting tho withdrawal of Gen. March 1, 19 III, and West Virginia's "Tho big aeroplanes of American, PLANNED ill YEARS AGO fusal of California federal courts to enjoin enforcement ot California's Pershing's expedition, "to demon- (prohibition laws wero brought be- - isiaUo aro as good In overy way as Logaiibport, Iml Jan. C. Thlrly-on- o medical pructlco law requiring H strate his ability to restore order in foro tho Supremo Court In two test thoso mado abroad." ho said, but years ago Mr. and Mrs. MamucI censing of "drugless" practitioner. Northern Mexico." cases of the James Clnrk Distilling you hayo not yet reached buch pcr- . tho smaller speed inn- -, Hughes planned their honeymoon, The law exempts Christian-Scientists'foctlon in Md Comany, of Cumberland, Hughes To Aid Solons, against tho American Express Com- - chines. I hoped to make some land Thoy aro now carrying out their The ruling leaves It lu full force uud Now Yprk, Jan, 7, Charles K, puny, nnd Western Murylaml rail- - lliiihtswhlK here, but I do not think t plans. Both then lived In tho Itttlo operation, Tho court ulso dismissed an appeal Hughes will ulil In an advisory way, road. Whothor prohibition States. J can get a machine hero that would' town of Wolcott. They were engagn it was luarued tonight, hi drafting under tho law or oth- rult my purposes, it Is very strung") ed but quarreled nnd parted. Both attacking validity of California's law that no one has llown across the con- married, and thu mate of cuch died. regulating practice of optometry, and State legislation- - intended to lower erwise, may prohibit shipment ot liquors, lu interstuto com- tinent. I muy yet decide to make tho Recently Mr. Hughes renewed bis requiring licensing of "drugless'! cosf of foodstuffs to the consum tho but exempting reguyear old courtship, and tho ot citizens in uttempt myself. Miss iiw's flight tblrty-on- o er. Mr, Hughes discussed with uov. merce, for personal-uslarly licensed physicians and pair aro now honeymooning In today tho present high cost "dry" territory was the principal was wonderful, even for a man. Whltmuu ot living. question raised. "The trlplune which I meau to uu to-da- EXPcCTS al cell-hous- or to-da- y I or do -- Wcbb-Kenyo- sup-aviat- or or-shipments to-da- sh ni y, to-da- I to-da- y. pur-icctl- y, Wobb-Kcnyo- Autl-Saloo- n: - 14,-00- Webb-Kunyo- Wobb-Konyo- js- .z .. r A Hartford Repuolican. Hntfixl nK.irUn to l ma tfurlfofil, Ky.. reports hare a are verified America will little-- mora to say. SENATE PASSES itr t th Tu-to- fn tb BACK TO WII.IH WllffKK i:oiJ WOMAN IS KKSPIXTKl) New Vortc, Jan. 6. Ur Leonard SHgden. war surgeon. lmi.tor.whal- Vr UIK1 ' was preparing - 4 SHEPPARD BILL rni.L'MitiA will iik AITKK TIIK FIRST OK -i ALLISON J. H.lltXETT W. H. Tl.VSI.r.ri. .Iliiln Address all communication Udltor r'S. Hartford Republican. '( surgeon tu war. and ha set vr llr for nuU h.MIiiohiiI inwUoo f Tb foot lu most of the ports of the seven .nr.t; sens, but no New' York for hltu. He OMluarliM. IttoiiluIiciiK mul 'n! in i.!f m lltr, wo,VtiflA- fur .rri.CtiJri.-frr. Iidf olV has spent the holidays here. 'aw. li!lrlljiUc!K. ' "I'm cured," he iald. "I'm going Why. the Yukon hack to Alaska It.uMnu never had anything on the , fctatuppdo v;iy And the "j.Vew York subway. New York treat-- Im women. Why. j in the Tar North, where lif is sup- in he rouch. no itainted lady .. ever was handled so roughly as tup I .JANUARY P. ' wome n in Now tork caw and sub-- . frltlDAV. Return I.mmI tr. rtqBmt. ! NOTICETO SUBSCRIBERS n Ubl'rilr" llrirm IS lir-l(- t u,s.I le ifi- - nl.l sd.'.n- -. I miiUK thr mil Vote- I nviuici w. today to return to to Alaska back where they treat womwhero people en with soir.u rf.hp.-c- t. ' don't rush for the mere wkc of rush- j JnR( Hn, wnere there aren't so many I "lllir 'v'i in.vruicT or .N'OVKMIIKIt, 11M7. Contract For Your FORD NOW If You Want ' FOR PERSONAL USE OSLY "- ertte- - i0'' Dr. Sugden was a ship Ituso-Japane- the e I,httr nl Capital - To I to Sold In The Nation. Referendum N Defeated. ir ist ! no-ip- Washlrir.ton, Jan. 3. Following closely on tho heels of the decision of the Supreme Court of the I'lilted State, of the validity of the Webb I.) , Kenyoii law. the Senate vote of 55 to 152. after It had defeated to Be Sure of Getting One 4 i ,. . , ....,. to-daor r i 4 V I i i J question, of prohibition of liquor I "The law of tho wild things ever the Although Harry K. Is usually In In the National Capital to tho civil-'e- r New York Hot water II seems that he will itev-- j respectd the female of the District of Columb'.i. doesn't. i izatloa Thaw out. adopted the Sheppiird Uill to inr.k.' the District "dry." The vote was eo Since it Is a certainty that whisky .MOI'NTAI.V I'lTRUSHRRS watch-- 1 OWN I'AI'RR surprise to those who, have MAY JIAKR will be voted outof Washington let's legi' tlj progre of the anti-liqueall it Drycleanlngtou. lation In the Senate during the last : C few weeks. Mlddlesboro. Ky.. Jan. S.-- -H wilt Chappell. of Mlddlesboro, Ky.. lias! Villa's brother says Villa pretty generally uuderstt o It small publisher.-somsoon again command respect. Let written twenty-liv- e that if Vice President Mnrshnll, wlio. of it get under hrs control an I j in Kentucky. Tennessee and Vir- - with Mrs. Marshall, Is visiting r Iginla to meet in Mlddlesboro on Sat-- 1 He would try to command it. I'hoenix. Ariz., had been in tlmcbu.r --" January 1!0. lor thc in. tend of Senator S.iulsbury.of I)i i, j unlay morniiu;, With the rivers over bank full purpose of making Mime effort to ware, the newly elected I'.residi'i'i and covering most of the low land ! establish a paper pulp mill near temiMire. tho Tuderwood amendi.ifi.' tak Mlddlesboro, to manufacture news- - nrrwfflftii- - flirif flio Hrittor ntifistifin li 0 it Is either up to the rabbits-tliackwater or the back water to take, print paper for the b.nall papers in ' Kentucky. Tennessee and irginia lllJUlc in the National Capital, would rabbit. All other publishers not Included have carried. Tho Vice I'resid- ut invitation aro urged to In i,0 known before his ileptirtuv- - fur The SuffraBlsts 'threaten to place'4" the written is such around the White attend, and If their business are re-- , ; thc linIWavs ,Ual he favore.l the "silent Picket" . "' ca"ot attend, they (k,nvood am.mln)ent arl(I lat , the President in order to ke.-Mr. fJP- ,. T((. W()lll(I reminded of their ciiiih. 'lue.tlon to write letters to f at all times stating the amount of print the referendum measure. As it wn They may pit out tlio pickets . butt' " . inim.r they us.e in one year, thc price . otc on the ISniJerwood ameii'l- heard of a woman DeinK'1 who ever paid for wune one year ago. and.the fcilent very long at a time 'nuit was 4." to 4IJ. Senator S.iuN- y and any what they are paying hury's vote for It mating the tie other information anil encouracr-- 1, i kians Divided. Not only boys in all parts of the;"'"" they may deem necessary as weU. meiit Tu wo Kt.tuck. Seat0I ,vt(1. United States but srown-up- . meeting for thW ,,, ,ht. I)wcl thu vou. to will mourn the passing of Pol. Wil- '" t"" U "t' - prohihltfou quetfon o the voters of ''"P" p obab.y more gener- Ha n F Codv. 2Vj to S cent.--, per pound .Vol. from 'l"' ' . r.pll.1. Senator Olllo uU y known V. "Buffalo Hill" . the organization of this kind Is the.. .lames.one or tno Aumiiusiraiion m. iv:im iIih idol of mniiy un Ainer-- j .... I.. f'miv . ..nlml.m .' ltrt iinrecnrlnl Tint Ilk t ,, p.umu.. ...Vflt0(, tor tIl0 rnderwood ref- d lean boy and his example of rourag-- ' situation. The pine and other pulp i HIi colleague, hedator ereudum. uiinules of his life JI producing woods of this even to the last will .. , n ,v id worth much to our joutli. IILMIIIIlllIf lt'Ti! r more 01 supply a mill of Ihty-tu- n . vote on tlie Sheppiird Hill to make I If iiifuruiiitlnii was given in ad-- j this wvtlcjii .s(lvc tho solution of being the District "do" Senator Janus oi ' pored sending of the recm: the measure and Senator Meek- rauc" of the i ' It ii tii uiTiirifirt oil fl ii ur null! I lie mxiuiiw Minimi i.. paper. The excess jirice being paid i tfiorouguiy mriKi a.... un- - ....., . ,)V uan publish-- i . Delore tho final vote ivih lake. i f It ... . .....1 .....- .. .... 11. . V...1.J. -Senator Marline, of Now Jersey, of-f"" nriinenv exiiriM'ii aim yid jers in the three States above mention-'I'red an amendment to the Sntpparl on why the investigation should h; will, it is estimated In a ear overy on- ruded with tilth aceoniiilishcd paper I Hill providing that the purchase, sale pay for the eonrtrucilon of a and use of tobacco in the District of The acciihatlons , waj or .......ti.v. . . ' mill. n.. ..... I. .. ....n. t. i should be prohibited. Sep , Columbia againm necreiary uiiuuhj .iinm. :t(or J times rose in his seat and Ini if there are be groundless, but I'niiiiil a Sore Tiling. sisted that the amendment was out who did tip Wal Street the pub1. I!. Wixou. Parmers Mill, N. Y.. their iiitiue- aud has Used Chamberlain's Tablets tor of order. Ills motion was ustnlned lic wants to know was MartiHe amendment S'ocuiious: years lor disorders of the stomach and the tlirnivti out. liver and sajs. "Chamberlain's ' ' and 'The Sbeppard Hill now goes to (! "Nick Curler." who has furnlshej Tablet are the bed I have evir j House. In the event It passes thai wanyn tliiill and caused bojH to se-mI Obtainable everywhere. body, which Is not at all certain at elude themselves In out or the wuv' this time. It may turn out that th" places Tor adventures with New t . s. to itcii.D zi:ppku. ' will veto the measure. None Reformer York detectives. Is dead. TYPI't AIRSHIP AT O.WK President j in authority could be found Carter's ' , "Niek roverlly crltlelsiil ' j who would predict with anj degiee of books haying they weie responsible Jan. !l. Ordnimce certainty whatattitudo the President Washlqgton. out- the daie-devfor at tlirn designed and nlrcialt lnnovatlon would take lnregril to the Shep breaks of boy, hut there was an- from lines developed by Kunipum ipard Mill. II It is submitted lo lilui. ...1..- - ..I.I.. ,. tllA ILrllllf'te ltd I!l.ibelllgeiviits ." .J . have been authorized by 'during this, the Dual session of t!i ni.tnnir. it lu .tiwi utii. :i. .. mi ut.ii.i- I Sixty-fourtboth War and Navj Departments. hi-Congre-- s. h tul. highly reHptetud eiilzeu and They include Zeppelin type aire. halr-rafss Vote on Iiwil-.wen- not nil of the Urge caliber mobile rillos and j daughter went to Ijiulsvllle Prldo. The vote on passage follows: Seoul stories . j ships, . tort. Tim howitzers lo be mounted on iallroa'1 lemming Saturday. Ayes- - Democrats: Ashtirst, IIivj-jnnii"Harvey UalpliHiu" j upllftln ' rn.l ' Mr. liryan, Cbitmberlaln. Chilton. )' trucks for the coast defense or haul rthur ('real left for Detroit. bo t,..,wilr I in I ho AmerlL-aed by tractor engine-- , ovei country ! Johnson, of South Dakota: tv'rii. Mich.. Monday where he will accept r.t-- i: the "NIel; llartir"' lmoV s led t' 'Kuby. I.eti, Mirtln, Meyers, flir- - a position. were mor than roads. lcsfintiw mm niOs IlllllOllllCI'd 111' Kmnilnrv fi.iniiiK Mr-- . j J. If. P.aines spuit part of iijiin, Plltman. IlmiKilell. Itohlu.ior.. lUlphsou" and made h "Haivj Sbeppard. Shields. Sim- - T.ist week with her parents In I.ott- "Ilarvy Ralplison daj that the "Zeppelin" would bo "Nick coiiHtriii'ieil at once. Deternilliutlo'i i iiions. Smith, of Ceorgla: Smith, of hville. were the same Altnil II. To.er. jto build the craft was reached after , Vj.. v SlllIII, (lf S(lt, Car dim.; Mrs. I.ee llarnes. who has been Id tun exhaustive study of no iuesiiou KwuiiKoii. Thomas. Thomson. Varda- - N'nrton luflrmary at Louisville for. DDi:i:SS. CHP.AItli'.s 1IKKI.IN ! of rigid airships by u Joint commit- several weeks. Is expected home this Walsh. Wlllluuu.. 2S ... -...i .Not ill! li'purili eoiiuim mini " tl,, of olllcon representing the uers. . ij(llh. i;,.I11.,,1(..1IlS llrad.v. veek. 'Wuuy lu IhihH ilayn of war aro to ' ' iiitiilfil branehe. of both si rvlc es. Cljpp. Clark, Cummins, Curtis. Dili-- , Misox Kllle. Kulu and Vlrgle We hope the one In- - j .m, j.lMU.n,i Man-- f the army and the rwllod upon Cnlllnger. hall e'tertalued at cards Friday ev l Kernnld. Pall. mr,i of the navy, which re rironnti, Jones, Konyon, McCumber, enlng i.i their liome. After several formlBK w "' M"- (li'rard's diplo- jgn(,rai bi uu- .. is untrue. tnntle liliindiii' commended that construction Nelnon, Norrls, Oliver. Page, Poiu-- 1 gHines a delighttul course wus A reception wai glen the Minis- - ,0rtaUeii lit once. Kcttprne was carrle.l f tclil-- 1 ..a ciini'Mifin tniili f.t rtif. niklnr lmve Tht. r,.comiomtillon i i.T upon his loturn to Germany and jKllIl. s.oot. Sterling. Suthorland, the brick cream, having a red ,)r(iv.t.(j jy Secretaries Daniels and In hu addreui upou that oconslon vat,.o. Work.. Total 'I17" on the white bankcround. Jlr. Oernr.1 is minted us raying that Uhlu,r and the cost will bo equally I 5S Thoe receiving Invllallons were: UlO Kood luliillons of America wero (vll,(1 ,,lwei. tl, army, and na- -' ' N('u,s nu,m.ni,k: lunkhead. ' MIhm Kllzahelh Moore. Altlui Wll- . ktrKPly tHpeiiftMit, upon un iu"".vy. I lard wick. Hums. Mary Tyler Cook. Hlolse Aus Culberlson. Ilniuswird. ....... Arllly ,iniance phititc are atreauy im.,.i,r0(.v. HiikIioh. HiiHtliig. Juhioh. tin. .ulene Alleh. Hess and Anna riiaiici.Hor Huu.me. wit liuildlng ul tho wuterviiei arseuat, Johnson, of Maine; Due, Lewis, Mar-- j Alford. Key Nttplcr, Anna Hurtles, arf'.uiiiwmu". luuuug mai u might I s-- v. pilot guna of the 1G and i any change the relation tine, Xuwlanils. O'Cormuu. Phelan. Hurke Napier ttnd Kllu MeKetiney, Such a statement I t J)ic-IPlnim tiro practlc- - Pouierene, Heed. SaitlHburj. Smith, j .Messrs. Charlie (!reenwell, lllllard .. ..i .I - .. . ! ...ii iii,ii-wfciiiiuna iimpiajr n. .t..,..i.. - ,i iiiimiiiiiit tir. ail couipieieu i amo lor .j 1....1. i.i..t. i ( . (rzii- - Stone, TIIIiiiiiii. lliulun- - Dohh. Archie Uavls. l.yiuan 'laylor, . ; power ., oven a s:ou"i !('. C. Wntls. Marshall Humes. K. M. ijorauee tnui rllle with carriage inr mourn-- 1 ' ,;a. ,m raroa(i riioul.1 VulPlily recognise us such. nuf,",,,,,,, Colt !.- Uobinet, Prank Hurtles, Ormau Tay-. Is retiorted as saslug Ur fiiir-.irI Potil. Harding, Mppllt, l.odgo, Me- lor. Tu'ol, Uogers, Omar Mulhull and Inriliei that tli ii relations of (3ur Had HmJ1( I.eun, Penrose. Wadwotth. Weeks - H. II. Shelley. ninny aml.merjr;i wore uewr ko corat -- . . 1(mK wlio bi'isikfust ,woWl, eight fill. Total noes, :i2. dial .. ti..;v un. Constipation Causes Had SKIu. nllJ r ,ul ' lum)l ,a ' urel true tint Amencnu piiiPl" ' nix are almost certain ' Itaie dluiKir at A dull and, pimply skin Is due to deceived: If It be true tl should not Corlo be iroubhsl with Iiilllgestliiu. J'l;..v a sluggish bowel movement. upon lleruiany by FOR FLETCHER'S be Impressed one meal to llmt do not allow tlmn for and clear your lepreseutatlve In rect this condition Ainitrlea's llgehl liefoin tuhlim unotler. .Vo! of the Pulled complolon with Dr. King's New i.ounlr. Tfi'i'pt-opllesK than live bonis should elajme States beliove to the conlran that between iiumIs JJ.Ifo pills. This mild hixntive taken HKAVU DAM UnPAU'niKNT. If ynjt are tronblel' rnmny are at bedtime will assure you a tun, our relalloos with lluv. Croal hint reslgiii-.Jan.' 1 Indigestion correci yiur habtu-with wIh-g movement In the dtrolniHl. Why hhoulJn't they mill lalo ciiamberhiln's Tableu, an.ljus pastor of the llaptlst church and free; Drive out tho dull, llsl-e- s the leader oi' the Triple Alliance has on nui reasonably hope for a ulclc nccepted a call lo Hardstown. His morning. feeling-resultinfrom overloadregret hi leaving hut etfd fowunj un with mteh u spirit These tuhlctH strenpthoni tunny rover.. (Iyer. Oct of ludllii'Vfuifi. (he Muuiacli and enable It to per- ultih 111 in all success lu Ills now ed Intestines and sluggish iiiimeiitliif; upon At all Drugslela. a boltlo (ienuan i)prr Obwurl:. form Ita fuucllouij iiiihirull. t ; ailre' ftiaractarUu tainable ewryv.here Mr. Ci'iurd'u Wllllumr ami lUtk' ace. Mrs. J W'- -' i UtH KtuKnUQuUi 'is unwiae, but res'-dents it . IXL. ii j rtZssi X .twJ"" ! ! W 1 e .- " " I '' ! 1 , m . 1 ..... r ; j I''able '" a,., ,, J ..., ..t,...... Factory at Detroit is thousands hi cars behind in their deliveries. If they are behind the middle cf the winter season, how much further behind would they be in the summer season when everybody wants a car? Send us a check for ten per cent of the cost,of the car you want and we will deliver it when you want it iri the spring. I ..- i ne.-u-- .... . 1 " I i Ford Touring Car Ford Runabout -- $360.00 $345.00 F. 0. B. DETROIT. i ot!.-ci'S- ; Barnes Automobile Company lCii;p(ii:v D , CENTRAL CITY and BEAVER DAM ''t il t K.l ilrf-.SiQlk.- -v . ( - u: Pa-ng- hi-.- ! i. II ' l &2i ! Mt H -JV- ....- i'O--OiJH O " "' - 1 WRr Ca.-tei"a- ,,,. ! m&mtfttSMi Mir trr--i smrms )TO7(JBiW.flwll i-r.-Jiii:Yfs Af77lrrX7S-7Wf- n U & - ( - w$m fflmil vtoviW'7ir' i.vbl r Come serv-.I..V..- l''" L,.,,,, ! !,u ! I at once! my horse is sick. v: thC fUrm ,.ic-p-,- , """ Prompt attention must be giv- cnailintr stock so that firm work may not be delayed to you? i ..-f- . ii-iui- :n .. ....' .etlLefer " nSlSbST yU - CbleS yU " to- toUCh Whh u,.i. ..... If there is no telephone on your farm write day for our Free Booklet. Ad dress :- Cliilclvren Cry i CASTO R A 1 Farmers' Line Department. . , d Cumberland Telephone : iipn-grlpln- and Telegraph Company IHCORPOBATfiD. f 01! to-da- ijox un, owKNsnono, kv. fWraaf ?ri vC Wr x f gff IBW . r J ! Li Cloaks and Coat Suits $, .VfSfR"C . . ,. ,,.. -- m';mi ii Tnwi'wiwaMMi ., I All work nnd no play makes Jack a dull boy. Attmcl tbo fioclftl given by tlio IncllCH of class H, M. E. Sun-- ! ' day School, nt trio residence or Mrs. nfternoon. JO. M. Harnett. Tuesday I No Amission charged, but If you feel hurt n opportunity will bo offered yon lo make a small contribution I lAIIIUm' MOB MAKES t THREATS' ON OFFICERS v circuit judge and emianueuei) Our custom is never1 to curry Clonks or Cout Suits over if prices nro any inducement to economic buyers. We liuvo about,, '20 Cent Suits Unit niii in price from $lfi.00 to 2.r.00. Colors green, bluck and navy blue; size? 84 to 10. Now, to make a long htory short, the ontiro lot $13.49 ' vii'JH.jJij I or t Special Values One lot of last season Suite, not up to the minute in style, but exceedingly good values. Suits OK 4Q thai sold for 15.00 to $18.00. Your choice for IJJUiJ : : The big Profit Sharing Salo of E. Denver Ham, will . Uarnos k Hro )itvi;iu next Thursday and continue until January .11. Some attractive bargains are offered by this progressive firm nrtd It will pay prospective o shoppers to mid carefully the nil appearing on pages 4 andif. of this Issue. r, Mrs. I. O. McKenney and son, B. L. Dupuy, of Hock-por- t, and Mrs. visited their aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. H. II. Gillespie, during tho holidays. Mrs. McKenney was iiulte ill for several days but Is improving now anil will leave Wednesday wlrfi her husband for tho City Hospital at Owensboro. Mr. M. T. Likens Wednesday purchased the farm formerly belonging to Mr. J. 1). Ilaugh on tho Heaver Dam road. It Is understood that a consideration of $2,fi00 was given, the Implements going with tho fnrm. Mr. Haugh nnd family will likely leave Hartford but it is not known where they jwlll make their homo in two-pngdli-ve- phoskcu-toi- t htan- LEV 1'AVAiA MOIl. 1 a Mr. S. M. James, of Select, had a narrow epcapo from death at his About 20 good styles, all fresh and now. Formown hands when ho came near drinkbe.-ing a quantity of carbolic acid one t possible values for your money. It is a pursuOur er prices from $10.00 to $18.00. CQ 4Q day thlB week. The acid was misspecial price to you ance of this policy of the square deal, backed by our taken for a bottle of medicine prescribed by his physician and the erability to buy right, on which we base our claim to ror was discovered only when the o poison touched the tongue, causing your patronage. For Sale. a burning sensation. acres of land, containing Two ' Having just closed the year 1916, one of the best Other denurtmtmts have fcoceial values. When Miss Mnfiam Holbroun entertain- good dwelling, barn and out build- -' "flvc-hued u few of her friends at in town visit us, and remember that it pays to trade ings, also flno well of water, located since the history of our business, we taks this opporIdred" Wednesday evening. A de- - in- town of Hartford. Terms easy ........ uiiicn. wiikm.tv.-u- , .i... with a house that saves you money. , Appij. to X iiKiiuui Harnett & Tinsley tunity to thank each and every one who has contribmg partaKing or me nannies: Misses . nil. A happy and prosperous year to you Simmer-ma- n. ' Gorln Flener, Winnie DaviB MAHIUAC.E LICENSE ISSUED uted in any way, and asking a continuance for the s; Leila Glenn and Marlam 4 HI SINCE OUR LAST ItEI'OKT "X X Fogle, Messrs. McDowell year 1917, we are yours for good values. x Henden-o- IMurphree, Cecil Felix and Willie Hurden, Fordsville, to Ves-sl- o X . Allison Harnett, Murphy, Fordsville. Thomas Wilsou, Narrows, to Pearl As Intimated in The Republican Uerry, Hartford, R. 1. last week suit was Wed by the Johnio Wntbon, Roslne, to Sarah Tobacco Co., of Owensboro. Wright, Rosine. SatId tho Ohio Circuit Court here Aleck Evans, Arnold, to Decca urday against R. E. Massle and S. Owensboro, alleg-In- g Kesslnger, Arnold. D. Lee, also of iTcoiti'oii.:x:33 Eugene Allen, Rosine to Minnl malicious Interference with contracts. $40,000 damage is asked by Swift Neafus. tho plaintiffs and also nn injunction Fnrm For Sale 180 acres, 1 . straining 'he defendants from pur ri chasing tolccco from the growers mllea east of Hartford, divided by L. 50 acres good hot iwl 111 Ac IH itatiroad. i x,r Mrs. D 11. Hancock, of Howling wlfl. ii'lwit, ilwiv ttnvi. twif.ntnt 1 i OQ acres Cleared. Good' v.'tjom 1 uivf-District. W. Green, is visiting her parents, Mr. .). or...... one-ha- lf If and J. J. Swceney.of Owensboro. Iwnter supply. Will sell Ellis and Mrs. II. H. Gillespie. desired. Excellent title and price is and Judgo J. S. Glenn and. Harne. .JAMJAltV I a Mrs. Anthony Kobertson, Owens- & Smith, of Hartford, represent jle right. Location could hardly be betdaughboro. Is visiting her son nnd ter. Apply to L. P. Foromau, HartCompany te 22tt ford, Ky. Ii., II. A HT. Ii. It. U. TIME TAJILE. ter, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Porter. Mr. Herbert Cblnn. of this city, is No. 113 Uuo at Ellmitch S:32 p m. , & Mrs. J&m T. Harnett sustained a o Nto. 110 due at Ellmitch 7:30 a.m. cry painful accident In a fall a few the owner of a duck distinctively pecu- I'JYI.V HOWIIEK TELLS any of its species. The No. 112 Lv. Ellmitch .. 3:40 p.m. days ago, but no bones were brokFIANCEE TO WED ANOTHER liarity of this duck Is her absolute Irvlngton .. 6:35 p.m. en. Ar. g on Lv. Irvlngton .. B:66 p.m. I County "Judgi" John" nrwilson will fear of water. Tho bird was hatchBerlin, Jan. C. The Vosslche was Ar. Louisville . 7:40 p.m. uttend tho Road Engineers' Conven- ed and mothered by a hen and publishes the last will of Lieut. undoubtedly taught in its youth tho,t No. Ill Lv. Louisville .. 8:35 a.m. tion at Howling Green January 17 Otto Hegercr, a German reservist, wuter was unfit for even a beverage. a. m. to 20. Ar. Irvlngton ..10:06 killed on the Somme. When the war Mr. Chlnn lives near Rough river and broke out Lv. Irvlngton ..10:40 a.m. the officer was about & be d Mr. M. L. Heavrln has been when the back water approached 1:04 p. m. Ar. Ellmitch two the bouse recently Miss Duck became married and had to leave for the to his homo for tho last M H. & E. II. K. TIME TAULK. days on account of an attacker front on the eve of his wedding day. panic Mrlcken and sought shelter 115 Since then ho has made many vain Bouth Bound, No. upon higher ground while a large 8:46 a. m. Due at Hartford efforts to obtain a short furlough, Mr. A."C. Acton purchased th9(n0ck of her kind enjoyed a quite but ho only succeeded early this North Hound, No. 114 dwelling house and lot on Clay street , plunge almost within sight. Sho at month. As ho was leaving tho trench- 5:65 p. on. flu nt Hartford adjoining Mr. T. II. Hlack, of Mr. M. al times employed tho most parti- - on tn luiRtnn linmo and to lead Ills (tttftu "Mixed Trains.) . ... 1. LilKens yesiuruiiy, cular precaution to keep oven th nnnM ln , ,, n Ilr,Msi, shell tore 1 n. T. Holbrook anil Jtay noiiom oi ner uaimy icei irom eh- - off both his legs. Ho was brought Honnctt left horo Wednesday for; ting wet to tbo Geld hospital behind tho front Ned Orleans, where they will like-- . Dopennnl Npur? in a dying condition and when the I 111 11 U 11 LI I t ly remain until spring. it LI II U yjrgeons Informed him that his death was but n question of n few uwuni ho Mr. nnu mrs. itoueri o. oiuwub, if anil Social Euents. & of Heaver Dam, are tho parents of a dictated his testament, which makes Phoenlv. Arlz.,vlan. 9. Hy ngree- flno boy, born Sunday. Tho new ar- ment of attorneys, further arguments his flanceo tho solo heir of his for' rival has been named, Robort Gor- In tho Arizona Supremo Court in tho tune of several hundred thousand dollars. To his will ho attached tho don Stevens, Jr, mandamus proceedings brought by Mr. Finis Howe, of Rockport, was II. Riley have, ro- - Gov. Campbell to compel Gov. Hunt following letter: Mr. and Mm. W. U....k HiMiilnV "My love, in tho last hour of my , ff" turmd from n visit In Eisteni Kon- nf Min un- i ifti ifdiirrMiimiftf ncnmtmum Ilfo 1 want to tell you that I am dy vIglt rcl!ltve9 hero R. D. Walker la Indisposed and n T1)oy w lt(cUy po3tponed unt offlc ing for my country and do not comablo to bo out. 'iievural days ueroro .returning io Thursday, plain about my fato. Do not mourn Mr. M. Hean was In owensuoro imton uiiy. ienn. Stale Leglslaturo met Monday, b o 3. anything-iTrfhrestaurant S,0tJi Gov. Hunt and Gov. Campbell n,y dCath' J?y wftah ' Monday. to Sunday and For Hue g() to Tate'. Hot lunches sorv- wcr0 n tho Capitol, but neither wa, S may yV Mr. J. P. Slovens is seriously ill a "1 cd ut nil hours; excellent lino of to- - invited to present n message or ad- poisoning. of uremic make llfo pleasant with your love nnd Ev- - .Irncu Vho nntl. tlin l.nirlQlntiirA linrrn. r.Iifirn nnd soft drinks.. tho money I leave to you. I do not; I Mrs. "Emma Schrocter Is visiting orythnB frcsh nn(i Hunt wing of tho Democratic party want you to remain single, becauso J Heaver nam. relatives in j in of Mr. John VvJ.'KIrk, a respected, cit- - organized both houses by electing tho fatherland needs the children of , Dr. E. P. Rogers, of Fordsvlllo, Izcn of near Fordsvlllo, died Wed-- I'rislrtont of tho Senate nnd Spenker noble mothors after this cruel war. yesterday. nesday at 9 o'clock p. m., nt his , of tho House. was in Hartford From heaven I will watch over you Death wub lirlmurllV duo - Iinrtm. and bless your llttlo ones as if they Miss WHIyo Smith visited In LouFinn cow and yearling calf, two or throe hundred i to un Injury received nbout ono year SUFFRAGISTS WILL 49 lavlllo from Sunday until Tuesday. cm PICKET WHITE HOUSE .were my own children." ngli In n runaway accident . . bushels of corn, a lot of pea and timothy huv, all J Mr. C. oT'Hunter nnd Mrs. HunKIoaa'h Llnlnieut Ease Puin. Sheriff a, u. iveown arrived hero Wjnn nlf ll'ndlilnninn Tnti O ter wore in Owensboro Wednes- lato yesterday from Logan, W. Va., Sloan's Liniment is tlrBt thought of fi houyoltohl and kitchen furniture. fragtsts, after ..... another. futile . appeal mothers for bumps, bruises nnd day. . .. i whoro ho had gono for Will Doug- For Halc Hous'o and lot In Hnrt-for- lass, whom he brought back. Doug-- j "' r"a,u"'" ""3UU l "' great family honje, "Frank," Hix years Also, ! sprains that are contluually happen . Cheap at $3C0; Apply at this .i,i, support of tho Susan B. Anthony ing to children. It quickly penc13,f old and as good as there is iu the eottuty (or tiafety 'cndment. announced plans for re-olllce. an 80olho8 wUn0Ut rilhbug of Infant children. desertion . ' lilliuuuil uy jnunuiiuj, iuu iviiivu Cleaner and more effectivo tbnn mutileft Monday Mre. Ollio Harnett and service. Tho ladtes of class 14 of tho M. j 0U!,(, Kr0nds with "silent , iy ny plasters or ointments. For rheufor nn extendod visit to'relatlviw in Sunday School will give a social l ,a t0 make ThcJr purp080 lt matic aches, neuralgia pain nnd that Owousboro. January to, Two good serviceable horses 12 and 13 years" old. j ,hn irHi,int . Pn. . .. . .i fiiwduy nfternoon. Mr8i C- - M nar . . srlppy soreness after colds, Sloan'a t Mrs. Martha Ross nas riurniii fronl ., , . 111 .... ...... aim reaiiiiig ,... .. . tor or leave tho Wbito House wlth- - Liniment gives prompt relief. Huve K Will take (55 for tho two and their hivrueas if vou Jfr .... oy i ..n.i.i vkll In rulatlvra irom an ,noiis. .nusic "'l"oi0Ut encountering a sentinel bearing Ellzabcthtown. 0f Hartford's mot talented young la- - wmo d)V,C0 pleaa,ng tno 8uffrftf, a bottle handy for Wtulsos, Htralua, yu 9 will wmio Saturday, the 13th. For sprains and all external paiu. Mrs. T. L. Grlllin has returned dies. Everybody cordially invited. 'CUIlK0 . tho thousands whoso work calls thorn from n.i extonded visit to relatives j M)gg Mary A,iorh0 ani jjr, ail-- J Tho move was acknowledged to bo outdoors, tho palriH and aches followUith. (lonift-mWill Iih nt home all dav -" -- hV . v m,rt Wutkius, both of Louisville, a Htep In the now policy of mild mil- -. near Owjn)boro. it ing exposure aro relieved by Sloan's clean me uj). Esq. Ed Shown "qualified an guar- WCro married ln that city last Fri- - Uaney, which began with the coup Liniment. At nil Druggists, ar.c. 1 4t 9 dlan of Clay I!.. Mry E. and Flora I ,iay. Miss Audrson formerly lived m lna Jiougo gallery December &, -C' lu Hartford and hns many friends whnn a nnrtv of suff racists unfurled 5. ciinwii t.tii. clty.-- a T."'Rriiarp.ird cashjer of the cuifing tho young people of this Votes tor Women banner while tho :kW FOR FLETCHER'S 41 IslaVmt'ftosIt Hank, was bro" ye-- 1 She Is'rtio Uaugbter or Mr. and Mm. president was making Uls opening i S;. A.. Anderson. I address. terdayou buslneee. 1 CLOAKS tho future. lllJi4j i Special Values Murray, Ky., Jan. 11. Governor Stanley this morning arrived bore on ' a special train to take charge of tho situation which promised last night to result in bloodshed, owing to tho demand of n mob that Lube Martin, j the negro accused of killing Policeman Dutguid, bo tried Immediately, and the nction of Judge Htitsh in ordering tho negro tiplrltcd out of I town. This action of the Judge to anger- -' cd the mob that threats against the Judge and Prosecutor Smith were made, and it was necessary for flio Judgo to promise that tho trial would be held this morulng In order to prevent nn attack. Shortly after the arrival of tho Governor this morning bo addressed n crowd in tho courthouse, urging thorn to allow tho law to take its course. Ho declared that he would protect the ofllclals and tbo negro with Ills own life', if necessary, and asked that tho mob disperse. His remarks wero met with howls from tho mob of "give use the negro," but the, Governor showed no signs of fear, and insisted that tho negro, .who la still in the Paducah jail, would not bo returned until ar rangements wero made for tbo safe conduct of tho trial. . J I Store Policy Pleases Our Younger as Well as Our . Older Patrons. i We take the Fame pains to please the most youthful of our customers that we u.se to win the approval of their elders. It is, as it Jlas 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 moachandise in our store and gives you the comforting assurance of tho four-squar- : n- i,. '"'""-- - ! Ilbl-brook- Hoss-Voug- Carson & Co. t naruuiu D...U.;rK. lTi I Hartford, Ky- r SSVi?flWfirfS co-operati- Roes-Vaug- un-lik- elt-un- ... con-tlne- wish to thank the public for (heir during the past year, and Mish you a prosperous 1917. Again thanking WE you, ! 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If our wlfo. decides to leavo ub, sues us for divorce and the court allows her "all our money," she will undoubtedly havo to wait for tho Jitney bus If she gets as far away as Heaver Dam. I Ernest Blrkhead says ho under nro to be .1 nation of power, walking abroad In our strength, living to thu full, or a nntlan thnt lives Inten-alvclfollowing the course of cau tion, always saving, not spending. Thp ,oUira,OUB influence of women rnerlca m. questionably Is going hi to have a profound effect upon tho courro of tho national destiny. Hut It I; rot necessary to concludo from to bo thli that our futuro by what wo havo called the feminine conception of life. Chicago Tribune. y, 1 con-Itrnll- was. tins Wo must chooso .whether wo 'A. I mmmmm ( OttTc. Martiim Attorney at Law HAJtTFOJID, KY. Will p40tlco hia pre.8lon In ,hU an adjtlnlng countes- - Cowiulii and Crlmlnnl Practice a SpeclnM.. T WAIIBSTUATTON U. 2!rKfcas----7- Z' I: ELOFkSTO M rrnuiwrll, K; lirTIIC, MVKTI llnttlonf, K. cuntrBtt. hit. It It Frit In tic hearts of In a .city wtiere toco1 bottW Vcaud, ne Pownatao fiesdl the 111 ra STRATT0N & MARTIN Attornoys nt Law CROMWELL, - KY. Will practice their profearlon lu thl and djolnlng counties. Collection. Commercial and Criminal Practlro Prompt and vlgoroui Specialty. service- - Notary In offh. FARM and FAMILY A P OSITION VIUUUUO.VS I QOOD yon hco tho DTntRhcm Trolnsn?, tho You inumct; wot uusmu iko it nt court? or Iru tuall. Write fcMldtr riUCTICAfi KUM.tlNS ttlLLF.UK l'sd&eaJi. Lr 1e ironed, ex- . The . Tnvilnt.in . .. . Irs cxctN ciii'iir. anil iriim i rcnfiMl'ania lent loiatmn Mnctt, Avtnuc. Ihth and make It a tlfsuab!? Iirai!nar icr Iir briJal foirflt, touriit Secured or Your Money Back , .... 0.EJAYL0R.C.E. 'Beaver Dam, Ky. Highway and Drainage Design. Great Monthly Magazine ' I During January AND I I rear and With a the new Coombs they havo up front, the Hartford Herald should present a lot of good straight stuff. Goodman In. tho We are not disposed to brag at all, I you know that wo havo a I real live Duke, to say nothing of a fairly good Pearl, In this Joint? Get on Line the Firing CJI trm t--J loll'Kes. The lutnti. rtncnlibnt, bclioota anil !'clialan attrsttn the ol culture ami education. Its irotimty to Stitr, War amt f'av l)ciattmcn'. alio to many )o:l.U ttil hiti)fi(.t Intjrct, iraVts tl is hmrl ri'clally to a rub-li- e DR. February Only Special Rate Period Limi'ed to These Two Months. but d' The Towhatan oleti trorrs 4th detached bkth at Jl.Sli. 5: 00 r4 up Rcomt will, pn-vabath, Ji.JO. i3 OS and up. Write for booVlit will, nip, 0. E. HART VETERINARY SURGEON HEAVEH DAM, KY. Odlce JamcH Tnjlor's Mvrry Hum. CLIFFORD ?t L2WIS, ilunigt: in life ru must know ut at laiiciv In lu3incJ nnd laclos- In invention ana wicnc. I I Tho spread of tho dry wave, duo to that decision of tho Supreme Court. Is a hard Jolt to those old guys who continuously tote a dan ger signal in tne center 01 uieir mugs, almost sufficient to flag the fastest train on the M. H. & E. Speaking of Train. Dy tho way, did you know that tho best train to Ellmltch Is the av- -' enlng train? And should you wish to go south or rather west as far ns Smallhous we would advise you to tako tho morning train. r Tannan. the Silver Smith, says when ho fixes a clock he don't like to hae too much wait about it. TFjotTrantto ratvet 1 I EmiDEDjiDZ'iHrjTiTnTFp Cict ! tr. outof thcrJt:ecto'i tlicllrirclloe. Ktt.il Popular Science Monthly r Splendid Combination at a Little Halt The Price. Over tSrwtlrtirrstlrcanilincnil mariiln. money's urtli. L.er niotitn tiic and L..ot 17 HUME rnilrlJcrntn. All tlie new lilnw am! ' aril wlrc.cn. In iiitnuioiM In iiitiuiiiiliilcs awl ncioplincj. In alicpvrork mil nil for fir-iiiu- 300 Picture 300 Article Sh I iMli nl TWAOC-MAnn- I . nitcwifeUir,"' tol.uun TATCNrS i wir THAT PAY, triliUoitl)rii.8ij, iif ip jirti w .tKrru. at.l ilnt'.no-Whoto rctch tor FRCC Wvl on tfrntit 11 j W ytuV itac-l.'slin PASSING HXrCtfCNCCS li.rfrtl.ull S nm4!y oWalDol tl rrrt Subscription orders at this rate will be only when sent through regular Aleuts in this district. BERRY D. WALKER, Hartford, Ky. Lmoiitli. nnd In iiucliinory. in lUwInmalrAlIiinTl.t home. Ik A on lYulUtehlo 33-ao- S ! incluilnu rclriRcntim, poultr) liouva. furnitre, auiotnounc op repairs, eic. It 11 flill of monry mnklns. ntcpMTlne Men It it wntteirtn plain Luclith for men ana boy.. 15 Cent a Copy 51.50 a Year Rot it frnm a newsdealer or writ ilifcct to MMrflff)' WASHIKOTON, D. C. Oovonth Stroot, I Vic ita lu. to , " m WILL YOU TAKE OUR c , j FREE T. I.t Monthly, rFouitn Te..N A ttt"9 ret W frea l( yo mtz'M uu papar. uUf ! I COURIER-JOURNA- L CO., Louisville, Ky. ijftassjswtffsft FAVORS INCREASE IN PENSIONS OF WIDOWS WOUM lam:v TO THOSE KhSO extend WHO HAVE. SCOPE REMARRIED. Jt , afternoon between Go. . WaBhingtcn. Jan. G. Representa-th- e John W. Laugley introduced In House today a bill to amend the the Aehbrook widovs' pension act.which, in addition to increasing the pensions of widows of boldiers and sailors of tho War Between the States who already had a pensionable btatus, from $12 to $20 a month, changed from June 27, 1S90, to June 27, 1905, as the limitation as to the date of the widow's marriage to the soldier or sailor in order to entitle her to pension, provides also for the restoration to the rolls of widows whose pension had been barred by a subsequent marriage and had again become a widow or had been divorced from her second hiihband on her own motion and without fault on her own par' TIo Kontucklan, who is tho l rank- ing Republican en tho Committee on iii-I Pentlom., contends that it wn- -. the purpose of the committee, and of Congress, to confer a pensionable status upon those widows whoso uatriitge to tho foldier or hailor occurred prior to June 27, 1905, but fiu1 v iticnt to June 27, 1890, and who had remarried and tho becond marriage terminated ut btated. The Commisbioncr of Pensions has ruled, however, that the Ashbrook act does not reach thib clabs of cabes, but is confined to tho cabos of remarried widows who married the Boldler or His sailor prior to June 27, 1890. bill Is designed to remedy this defect in the law, It the commissioner's ruling is correct. Ho contends that there lb no rra&on whatever for exempting them from the benefits of the act. CASTOR In Use ForOver Sinatuic Arways bears the IA For Infants and Children QZax7eHcA4it oi'p as 30 Years T2T-- mo: r.i,i,Ki GOVKRNOR HIIKDS COAT Lexlntrton. Ky., Jan. 9. A nanny ought prey on tod a foot raco this XS; zzp ley and Capt. R. M. Redd, chaplain SUFFRAGISTS INVADE of the Reform School. Capt. Redd I leraarked, tallowing an address by White lloiiso Ag.Un And Ak Aid Of the Coernor to the inmates of the President. u institution, that the Governor might Children but could not beat him speaking, Washington. Jan. Trft beat him in a footrace. The chal- FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE A safe, old fashioned to President Wilton to support ft tense was accepted. Gov. Stanley P Dissolved in vratcr for douches stop Amendment for, Constitutional " remedy lor worms. pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflamstarting to take off his coat. mation. Recommended by Ljdia E. Seventy-lit- e the happy woman suffrage were made at he yeart continuGovernor." "But Pinkham Med. Co. for ten years. " ous use 11 the Lett testimonial "uuoc '""- -' "' " thouEht nrompted Capt. Redd. "If A healing wonder for nasal catarrh, FREYS VERMIFUGE can of 300 members of the Constitutional we run here the boys might be en sore throat and sore eyes. Economical. offer you. for Woman Suffrage.who pre- Union Has csttaoidinary clc&aiauy and pcrouciilal wwrr. mimsrifi iri iui fin I II Ktrp Lcttle ilwar. an haacL II 5s) Sarile Free, 50c. all dn.cgut, or parpad by I on the recent , memorials Lttle MM Ijpf? v31 help ktr$t t) arruuL THailonTJrtCpmy. Button. Nl.aa.Jy Gov. Stanley had Just told the boys tod heWiy. of Mrs. Inez Mllholland Boisse. 25c bottle at jroui anient t to be honest and truthful during in- death tl yocr de.Vr oii'i geoml itort. vpclf you, .rod I lume and 25e. carceration and he would give them aln. women tn sump aod wc'Q arnd yco a bot. passport that would admit them to ; President Wilson told the a OVER 65 YCARG' it promptly. why morej PCRICNCC any business after leaving. He saw he could not understand E. & S. FREY, suffraglbts did not realize that the the truth in Capt. Redd's remark and BALTIMORE. MD. Democratic party was doing more for the race was called off. thorn than the Republican party. for .Most said he had always done his best ai;uuberIa,n,H CoukIi thu movement and would continue to Effectual. rrtAoe MAnKS "I havo taken a great many bot- do his best. Younger and Mrs. Sara Dzsicns 'IIJTOB Miia Cough RemeCopynicn-- 3 S.a. tles of Chamberlain's Bard Held, spokesman for tho dele-- i IlTnnff"V.J i r i ilrti'friptlrtM imiy dy and every time it has cured mo. i' irecw' oilier cu ul i .... ., .. t p. in iiii . gat Ion, urged tho President to lend It If niniunlii I have found It most effectual for a t .irniTittlyiviJ' il I. I'ViPLCtfilw uta '3. H lft n M13 Pl'i,t to tho pending constitu to ill "II "i..n ri t )o.UiK.clro ' After hacking cough and for colds I ini li l ipn ul uetur, Ittinui it iric, lu li o a cough always disappears,' tional amendment for huiirago ami taking it up his opposition. ScfeHfiKC writes J. R. Moore, Lost Valley. Ga. give Tho President leplird he had not I irtfct clr. everywhere. in Obtainable U'niimn"l lllM'.irtr'i. I iui). '! ( ,K, . a.ftln ru il expected to listen to an appeal on iv r l, r , illt. VI vivjuim mill ii.r.. that question, but rather to recciv FARM LANDS and Cit Hctldoncos :.turoed.csfr.VfQrir filOHilSCo.: SAY MIDDIiEME.V NOT tho memorials on Sirs. Iloisscvnln's aro now ulling nt u low co.u, CAUSING HIGH PRICES Ho further was not prepared death. but don't upect it to be bo to go any further than he had.addlng If ou eur expect to own C Denial that AVubhington, Jan. 8. "1 k a.T. that ho was tho leader or a part our f.trm nr your home now I r-- ZuW RflX middlemen dealing In fruit and veg- which had not indoised tho amendnuy. the time to etables was niado to President WII-t-o- n ment. by W. H. Gupe, of Uur- "Tho Democratic part Is more ir WE HAVE several farms listed In . , onnosltlon Dar , llngton, la ; Edgar W. J. Hearty, of Ohio count and they can bo I Iioston, and A. D. Hitz, of Indlanap ty to help tho suffrago cause," said had for reasonable prices and ' oils, reprebcntlng organizations of the President. "It seems to mo that liberal terms. If we do not fruit and farm product Jobbers. tho pirtivular farm you de- - McCAIX PATTERNS lm many women havo misunderstood this They said the Increased prices were fact. I havo always done my bett CcltlinlcJ lor ilylr, perfect nt, simplicity SnS biro we will make effoits to gut leliabllity nearly 40 ycira. hold In ricirl duo to an Increased demand and .1 and 6hall continue to do my best for ' every city anil town in tie Ui.itcd Mites an it for jou Canailn, or ty snail illrcct. Mote sold that supply, caused by bad lessened any other nul.f. Scud tor lice catalogue. this causo In which I believe." ' IF YOU want to movo to Hartford weather, and offered tho lafeCALL'S MAGAZINE whero our children will havo tho More subscrllKTi tliac any olnct ihihob of their organizations In any GovernThere Is more Catarrh In this section of , rnifitlne million a montli. Invaluable. IjI put advantage of a good high school other ment Investigation Into tho question. tho country than all the lastdiseasesyean Inlll nery, est alyles. pitUrns, few plain aewincdncy needlework, imlrijrcsslng, notify us. We havo houses nnd commute quoted together, and untilbo Incuiuble. For a Members of the was nuppoHed to elkiucltc, i;ixid stnrlea, etc. Only tO cents a many year (north double), including a Jtee pattern lots for sale and hcllovo jou can tho President as baying that no naa great dUi-an- yearu uociors jironounceu u u ' ond prescrlbtil local remo- bubtcrlbo today, or aeud tor sample copy local select one from our list to your WONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS when In n jtS( nna jjy constantly falllne to cure grain particularly in mind liking. 1 toActntS. 1'ostal DrlnRt premium caiajojut speech several months ago ho men- - l$j'." I and new cikhpilie elicit. AdJresa nnu morejorii re- Honed middlemen in connection wun . constitutional aiseauc. treutment. In OK McMU CO. U3t MS W. SUhSl, MCIT YOU Halls W1J HAVE u comfortable homo nulrcs constitutional tho increased cost of living. Catarrh Cure, manufactured by I J. Hartford, modern Improvements ' Cheney & Co., Toledo. Ohio. Is the only i uiejuKatVtV&ritrmWTTfiSML mnrirsr " ri..iituiiiiHii Miira VII inn- dlreetly It In .M13 n wtlllBlllUllUHUI ond a good garden In cultivaon llio taken Internally. It ocIb Stop Til at Cough. tion for s'alo or ront Place I .ll.l.a Wood und mucous aurfaci-- of tlioaymnn. tho They offer one hundrol ilollar.i for any A hacking cough weakens rontu for ? 1 rt month. ruMi It falls to wholo system, dralnti your euorgy anil tutlmoiiiui3. cure, ttend for clrcularn toicqo. e. nnd geta worse If neglcctod; your Addrtut K. J. CHKNBV a Hair. ".Fniiy Cull on or addrifs throat is raw, your chest aches and J constipation, fr jou feel eoro all over. Rollovaa that I Parting; or tho Woys. cold at once with Dr. King's New DisSucceed wnen evrrythlng else falls. In Hit. j..!. o ..ri.w.,liN.i .....A f.irili. r covery. Tho soothing plno balsams ,fc4..u., Our danger today Is that wo (should TINSLEY & BARNETT I,, HbllVIM 'IV.MWIIW' vv.it;n.t:rrt thi?v nt tlie suitrema ? heal tho Irritated membranes, and miscall our weakuess virtue. It Is remedy, as thousands have testified. IU;aI KtaU AgeuU, . tho antiseptic and luxatlvo qualities caby to thlrk and call It unbelllBh- FOR KIDNlEYaLIVER AKD want of klll tbo germs and break up your , new. Wo can raqlco for our Kentucky. STOMACH TROUBLE Get . manly enterprise a pretentious mask . Don't let a cold linger. cold. It is tho best mtdktno ever sold Republican Office. y will not at of luimanltarlsni. Rut this Dr. King's New Discovery over a diuggiit's counter. ., i Uoth Phouw. 1 ehungo the fact of condition. We your Drugglfit, COc. A O. Stan- Note Fluke reports that he saw a hen swimming In tho back water the other day as unconcerned as th" duckleat duck. According to his 4 htory she was lajing up a supply of tish before beginning her flight to the south. Fluke said he couldn't tell whether or not the chicken had webb feet, but was sure It was a common ,1 Plymouth Rock hen. iu ay6-- Mothers wr3a"?iw J. .. if VpS ftqft use GUARANTEED SERVICE One hundrqd per cent value. Special work for W. O. W. W. F. STEVENS, Hartford, Ky. R. F. D. 7. Representing Continental Marble & Granite Co. GERMINAL REMEDY M0- -- 1 Trea.Rtni flBaBHaiiBm PKHiiiHjW Ecgjjvr A qoicls ' -- st' sl 'for WEAK LUNGS or CONSUMPTION' YO .SJa rote lifiil 'Woman Wnnis WjrStm newed For 'the rili. Iirmoi coubIii, paint In chosl. nlthl ihitn, weak Ions or consumption. II il d e aolbtlp yoe II caait you oomint. Lock cox Old OHIO MEDICAL CO. COUllMnim t FOR ONEUreJ,MONTH (or thai rrhrt , andCURf! tks LUMGS? KILLt.isCOUGS4 WITH ' """ 11 sted Dr. King's New Discovery Ma A. 1 lift TlUI Cottle Frue AND ALL THnOAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. FflR H-s- J Redy Real ijnrra n.tii-tcli. - HHj&E) aw,. doyens OLDS PRICE aUAKANTEED SATISFAClOKyf OB MONEY REFUNDED. Estate! . .Minni - Jin - lurez. ir ,.:.aio JAOIII" : .. .. . . ifiw ail,lvi,l nv 19 obtain iui..ut m e wrnk-cn.- pRocuncoAHOD!:rcrioco.,trnr" -v H!5X . 1.1-1, ffl k a mrmm 1, J!iulis! .11 1 tnansy ana jTcn tjepeieHi. r'.sM cad Ivringfrort mtllce Ut'utlrt'j. r ui ir c 114 tn ua at UnltM F'jiUi rttit.-- . C 'oe. rtr,i' 110 ect ail courtTnica. lilt II af.l JIM n.ti i.nf. tljili wAnvxttGTon. o. c. hit i 23?, i :j&s to-dn- y MraEPMED 1 w I Xtff.JK-ySaWl'iW- nJ&zgzte j. y7VJdmi v7' t- jl jmLWZjz is. " v- - JiT 1? V JO 1 A - lK0flaBaidaKUr7VVl asfdwA BTaSnK'i VaLa vsHaTaTaVaaw" e &JS?&ZXl All'fmmaTlB n,,fll''l wipii mJLr jkr POPUIiOIECHMCS .bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbWSPi fliSl if tvVaiiaBBBM sw I aafcakJal1 (1 T I 0- - ., J&ii etric Stlers rl 300 iVLAGAZINB ARTICLES-300 ILLUSTRATIONS KEEP Informed of Ilia World's Progrets In ; Lngineerintr. Mechanics and Inveniron. Father nnd Son nnd All the Family. It nppraU It (a tlin 1'arurllo Mfrmlim It iru uannilii f Written So You Can Understand It l&.Uian linuifM tlirouubout tbo worlil Our 1 oreU-(ur tUIucs u und luletiilijii and It C rrai tltaltullluta fnr HUop t ork ,1... mity huyj tur and llll tbltlL. nnm...! llX. itm In. ui .1 Tulnitrai n Oiitttln. Imgliiia, lloatn. bnowtto. Iluutidus J. " "ti" h ., ilructluu lor tliu Moclwlc, OamVerina - Hartford, to-da- J qr 8wct,! colics. , t r'--n, MiU b Mit an-. iuu.a POPULAR MECHANICS MAOssZtNt Awl Ji20i, kanuxi HJi!L fc- N.MkMsaai aua. CHICAGO ir ii . npwwyiiitj !?Ww 'tfmiafc?iiiyauMi'4 I WMBMWhtl r K Proclnct No. 18 K. Fordsrllle. Kvans, Mel, 1 town-lo- t 3.37 V. PonlsvHIe. Prerlnct No. ! Whltlcr, Chas. II., 30 a. land nnd and I town lot ,....$10.10 32H N : vaonsi b SHERIFF'S SALES vvaeroxisi ulimilrl O..WV..V. n Yilm l m -. B X For SnM Wagons! mi' riUllli a County,. Nrhool, Iok Slain Itoad Tav for 11)10. Precinct No. -- !() Actnmlllc. It Always Helps says Mrs. Sylvanla Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., in "writing of her experience with Cardui, the 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 Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill. I wish every suffering woman .Would give J uiiulo farm wauons. , They run litflitor, are made of the very hot niutoriul and last far longer tlisiu any inacliine made v:i"on you can buy no matter what " ' price you pay. We also do all kinds of Hliusksmitliinj; and He- pairing, especially tho hard jobs the other fellow can't do. llitfiirik win Kiftf JV, .,,., J ifftn J t I t X Notice Is' hereby rTvpii that I, or one of my deputies, will on Monday, February 5, 1917, between the hours of 10 o'olock a. ni and 2 o'clock p. m at tho Court House door In Hartford. Ohio county. Kentucky, expose to public halo for cash In hand, tho followInK described property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to pay State, county, school doff and Stnte road tax due thereon nnd tin- paid, and the Interest, penalty and Ilnarmaii, James,-Sa. 8.28 Kwins, J. H. ICO a 24.18 Pryor, W. D., 4U n. Skinner, W. (!., 2s a. Precinct No. 21 Shrew. Urown, O. II., 49 a. . . $ 5.10 Preelnrt No. i!U Oluton. Daniel, II. ('., 25 a... Miller, Mrs. J. M ."0 a Woolen, H. I,., 52 a Pieclmt No. a." Uuforil. IMnton,.Mrs. E. A., 25 a. ...$ Mitchell, J. H 50 a Hlli-y- ..,..$ . J- - W M i make a speoialty of Uor.seshoeinir and eariuwtly solicit your patronage in this line. Wo ulso UeHpectfully yours, I ' I j j A.B . Row 6c Son Ce e , i-- r,w' i ter town, Ky. vscsumm Thirty-liv- years experience in the nhop. iir.iti: is a coon placi: Louisville Hotel, to stop foi: ijttli: monf.y & Louisville, Ky., Main St., bet. 6th 7th llie AMHHICAN (nil) Hole! In IMiNtllio Operated mi (lie American nud lOmopraii I'laus. - . (With Meals) PLA limiiiis without Until but nilli slnejo. ?2.00 75 P.ooms 50 Itooni" .'. . .shiKle. 2.50 50 Front Koouifl.hlnnle. '3.00 Koinn- - tltli I'rhalc lUith: slnejc, 3 00 50 Rooms slncje, 3.50 50 ltonnis KCItOPKAN PLAN (Wlihout Meals) itoonw without Hath but with Hut nnd Cold Uiiiinlns Water. per day; per diiy; per day; , 2 2 2 2 2 people, $2 00 each people. 2.25 each people, 2.50 each people, people, 2 75 3 00 per day; per day; each each . lint and Cold ItiinnlnR W.itcr. per day; 2 people. $0.75 each single. ?1.00 75 Koanis sIiirIo, 1.23 per day; 2 people, 1.00 each 50 Itooms 1.50 per day; 2 people, 1.25 each 50 Front Hooms. single. Itooms )titli PrUuIr Hath: people, 1.23 each shiKle, 1.50 per day; 50 Itooms slnRle, 2.00 per day: 2 people, 1,50 each 50 Itooms THE OLD INN, Louisvijle, Ky., Cor. Sixth and Main Sts. F.uropean I'i.tn Only. Himiiii Wllhoul Until, !I.O nud up; IUm.iiis Willi t'ritatq ltatli, $l.?M est KntliiK I'lace I" Town. mill up The Louisville Hotel and the Oltl Inn are located ,in the wholewilo walk to tho retail district and theaters. dIMrlct nnd only a LOI'ISVIM.i: IIOTI'.l, AM) OKU INN COMPANY, l'np. Vanderbill Training School for Boys EL'KTON, KY. Will help psuxMUs develop thoir tiOiisinto tho best type, of uiti.otid and Cliriftiu-'l gentlemen. Its piitionnge - widely iind conies from the be.--t honied in the South. Its eapneity is limited, therefore, reservations should be made early. Place your on in thi select fcioup of isscat-teru- boy. Writo IVISTHENEY & BATTS l'or catalogue t'lid information. Io. A. r Deltuer. '50 n S.7.90' ftIrs- - Sarnh U.. 15 a .zmw.Kwm&mmeimtwmMM7rp&9vrwAXv I.. vatUyxsmtan'TirrraimrT-is4.7 Cap., In u 1 rz m.' ymsy-,- . 'Steven, J. II., 43, n 15.47H I Fierinrl n. !! ISeiln. Precinct No. ill lleibert. $ 9r13 Dennett, W. C. Jr.. 10 a S 1.75 Hoskins, W. H., 45 a. 1 9. or, Hoover, I. ('.. 165 a PiiM'Inet No. ::- - Arnold. - G.0S Mapel, T. II.. 11 V a Dintcher, Diane, 1 a ? 1.07 5.30 1'urK .Mrs. K. I... town lot. 4.30 Duvall. J. W, 7 a ritelnul No. I Sulphur Spilngs. Hill, IJI1I, 25 . C..17, $ 9.00 II M.. 50 a Keoun, Mrs. S. K., 125 si. .. 3.S3 '. 15.77 Drown, I' M., 35 a Smith, Diehard. 4 a 3.05 .':70 Dntfron, I). C, 1 town lot Preelnrt No. :t I Kinimons. Hurt, .Mrs. Martha, 1 town lot 2.35 Ifnhdy, John, 1 town lot ....$ 6.38 I 9.33 WrlKht, W. II., 10 a. I'rt'clnrt No. .! Macao. full of life and action, filled with the $ 4.40 No. :!. Additional. Johnson, Charlie. 50 a fire of fine inspiration and followed by 250 short stories of udventure, Nelplibors, Mrs. Ilelle, 73 a... 13.73 Cooper, Kd., 1 town lot . . llS.l'i will make 7.30 FoKle, Clde, 2 town lots Taylor, I.. D.. 41 a. 18.23 Foffle. K. O., 2 town lots . . 'roniMfll. Preelnrt No 7.92 ..$ 4.40 Stewart, V. A 35 a Davis, V. D.,'10 a S.G2 9.00 Thomas, J. C 00 a a. . . Kmbry, Postal, 37 i No. :10 Non.ICesidenl Plummer, Mrs. N. W.. 9fi a. . . 13.03 ' '. 8.07 Austin, Kd., 25 a. in I'rrrlnrl No. 7 Cool .Springs. 9.50 D, C, $ C.50 Dutler, Fulton. I)., 3 a. . . Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Pap,e, Boys' Page, brown, Mrs. Salio J 2.30 Prwlnrt No. K N. Kockport. Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a toa of fun," Articles of HO, a 6.05 $ 5.70 Kde, Lawrence, Alien, K. I)., fi a Travel, Science, Education: From the best minds to the best 5.25 t Hoomt, C. O.. 37-town lot... 8,50 lleesley, W. T.. minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone 3.S1 Dratcher, Green, 1 town Int.. . 555 Harrison, Mrs. Naomi ufl.i. in the home. I here is no age ti. . 2.05 Hunt. I.. M.. 37 17.52 Chllders & Her. 153 a limit to enthusiasm for The Three Current Issues Free G, 1 town Hardwlek. Mrs. W. i Heck, Mrs. Nannie p., 1 town Youth's Companion. ,. If you do not know THE COMPANION IS. 70 lot . 1.35 . lot let ma Mud you Threu Current lsue mid Jitmlsou, Pilaris. 35 52 Times a Year K., 3 town I. i) ton, Mrs. J. FR. (ado tkla Coupon vrith your ' request. 5.25 ' not 12. ISiToi 2Sucn J lots 1.70 i ... Took vrhn subwribo now. sendum $2 ' . j n j Klrby, Mr.. Dell, f. town lot... Smith. John J., for tho 52 iMuej of THE COMPANION Alore gocd reading than you will ,.'j,'5 Langs, Kd.. 35, a 4.55 i for 1DI5. will rcccito The Companion .Tiebenor, H. A., 1 town Jot., in any of the monthly get 3.10 j .Mrs. Fannie,, 40 a. Horns Cdtndar FREE. , Miller, magazines. S. Uoekporl. Prtritirl No. ! Payne, 4.45 Krnest. SO a. .. . a F.mery. 133 a. . .$ S.01 ' Drown. Mrs. SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE 1..50 P.i) ne, Frank, lt u 5.10 'Kowe, ,.... Decker, John, la 5.05 THE HAKTFOKD HEPUllMCAN AND lOUTH'S COMPANION, BOTH O. K.. 1 town lot . Her, Mrs. It. P., 1 town lot .: 9 35 3.10 i ONK YKAK FOK ONI.V S2.75. iSt. Clair., C. F., ,11 a .lnddn. Mrs. Ciuderllla. 32 a. . ti.32 '(Skillnian, Mrs. Kutlu, 30, n 1.S5 Prcrhii't No. 10 Select. 3.10 Sharp. Dud, 50 a Dutler. A. F.. 75 a ...4113. St. Clair, C. F., 51 a. i. '4.55' 4.75 5I (Mnlr .3.iill Dates, .1 A., 12 a. St? n. 2.7S l.lndsey. Mrh. Idella. :" a. .', '7S 10 Simnioiw, Henry, 9G a. V v 0.55 3 10 Morris, Dstll. 21 a. .,". 2.10 .Whlttler, Mrs.. May, 2 u a. Morris, J. W., Admr. . Sarah io.no WeddhiK, C. S S0V a. . . . 2.13 Pearson, 1 tou Jot , No. J17 4'olorwl ! '. If.. .....f.l. $1.3ft u $ ,1,75 The Republican .and Louisville Horaki.. nmiiii, v .1luuiii!, ov .v. "' Uraue, l.ula, one town lot. . 4.S0 ..... uiooe-xyeuiociT- ii r.. No. J I Kerry, Wesley, 1 toun-lo- t llninch. Prwlnrt llme i i j hk iiEFTiii.iCAif aim L. T oi. iouis i. i. i.iu 30 Duncan, Washington, 1 town Arnold, II. J.. 137 ,i. ' Hurdeu, Itohert, 45 a lot . . 12.07 1.50 ''j.TiiE Rf.puhlican and Home and Daniel, Mrs. Nunc) I).. 50 a. ,'5.23 Ford, Ous, It., 1 a. 1.76 . ' G.S7 Hocker, VI k.. 1 u .Morris, Kthel, 30 a The Kkpujjucan 3.4 2 Morels, Joe II., 15 a fi.1.7 Hines. Ann. 1 town lot 'i.60 ! 0! Hawkins. Ida.. 2 town lots... 4.70 The Republican and Louifiville Daily Herald..., Smith, I.. I)., 70 a." 14 27 Hines, Guy, lJJi a Wilson, J. 11.. 107 a 3.60 iiutt jjaiiy uweiwooro inquirer , 3 55 The ttKPUHUOAN Jackson. Clara, 20 a j Pi reluct No. 11! IUlne - o i Ktdley, A. J., 3 a 5.10 O'boro Messenger 1.75 Rkvublican and Twice-a-Weo- k ihilEn, (J. C. 10 Vi a 4.33 ;, ar, 'Mopplns, Hen, 1 town lot Clarke, Jerry, 125 a IM..I1 1...1 1 1.75 3.4J The Rkpuiu.ican and Kentucky Farmer u. r.u.iiu, i .. . I"DohhM, Mrs. Sophia, 1G a. .. G.Sfi a Parks, Crlt, 1 0.30 Heath. Herbert, 25 a The Republican and New Idea "Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 4.33 Phlpps, James, by Hill Pinups, Hall Albert, a u 1 town lot 5. tO Heddlsh, Mrs. Hannah. 5S n.. . 4.20 Weekly Enquirer. ... 1.50 G.15 The IvF.i'imi.icAN and Cincinnati a 5.S7 Parks, William, , Sorrels, S. 1)., 3 a Sunimey, Mrs. Mury, 59 a. . . 9.8r S S5 Stewart, .1. A. Jr., 72 a The Republican and Woekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 Kd., by Guy Hines, 5 SO Tlchenor, WrlKht. Albert, 25 a 1 acre , 5.10 Wilson, Ansel's heirs, by Hrnst S.G2 It. 7 Taylor, C. T.. lb a Wilson, 30 u. nnd 50 n. . . Kvans, 1 O'Uannon, Shown, Wallace. 2 a Thomas. Mrs. S. K.. 1 town lot-Walker, It. O., town lot . . Yelsur. N. A., 1 town lot I'reclnct No. 21 Dart let t. 1 K. Hartford Cossett. D. V., by IJ. U. Cos- ?12.13. Urown. M. W.. 150 a S 5.25 5.80 ) ( t..sett, Admr., 50 a Howard, C. I... CO a ...... f G 50 , .. noo.cr, i.. jr 150 a r- .on .. t. it w. i liUU, O, .11., ..V ,. ,r. , .... Preelnrt No ar iiciiin. ,:ir. ". $12.13 Hatfield. Carl. 82 a . . . v . nuruuru. I'rrcinri Kirk, J. E., CG a 3.S4 1 town Hash, Mrs. Mattie PioiIhi'I No. ail Cernho. lut S G.S7 J'.Ibhop, K. Kr, 33 n :;.8:! Davis, Mrs. J. K., 20 a Dverly. Mrs. 7.. M., 33a. . . . 3.84 4.01 Ford, K. M., 55 a t No. a? Point Plcn..iut. 4.97 King. Daniel, 1 town lot 6,5 S Klrtley, i:. S.. 10 a Moseley, J. V' I n. land mid . .. .,......! . .in. ... .i.iriiu1,. ' - -- q n i ii'i'iin'i 1 town lot -r 5 S.2S Sanders. Albert, 30 a 4.K.I).. 15 a. I coits thereon: Prwlnrt No. i wiMierncw, w. a., CARDUI The Woman's Tonic ut t a trial. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, and it always does me good." Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, iircd, worn-ofeelings, etc., are sure signs of womanly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's toaic You caunot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty years. - v..".'"; . " I'lCM-lnt- Get a Bottle Today! mwa . ,- j s!s0 ,.' ' PieclurtNo.au Itnlpli. ik mr vmj xu mj VHJ IMJ 13? J itt aVAl ' IorKtt" ., o- - INorris, i ...... , 1 .... V lReYOUTH!S COMPANION! Better Than Ever 1915 ....... 1 '- -j 1 2n. t . I OUR CLUBBING RATES ....., Farm...... ! ... .......$!! ,, ,,' t U-1- S andTviee-a-VeekOwpiisboroInquir- er J :ll. -.- 1 2i Address all orders to 1 Si PI fflMfip!Ill tt 1 No Comfaination wof Reading Like It and $ All - ror .10 I L Ji' M ;v? Tltniuuina ,.,niinnlA tuMrvwiwn 'N. Ti.iiianr The Yoaih's Companion The fa vw Li fbrvlthemi'il HheBestTTO 1 "i and s: issues otirt- - f.mu'.y n kly of .JiWcj. liO'iptaim ,nruiuuin m mf. unu a tfcoujiiiid Arlxlis SJ Shott StoriM. u ihouhutid rinui)''. ami Wti isms. in'C.al I'ayc Jo: all usci 14 12 'wcfj! Issue: ct . jm McCall's Magazine U U.'UU a-iv-- i&utlS'PJiPutwrnWtfjy AND A vsa rATCWi Tns vMaws . THCKITr 'clioweu by .il u: woyicii. Veu jroniUlv Iwiei of a t we . mtrny VcCiU'. Li..i'n jZr-l- l" OUAUUW out xv r uuimnut iii. liu nd 1 Re 64 KSSSlRf?.. (ft rrjPtrceTAJTV -i- i. jiis "C -10 i JV5- - vmiTii"! I 1 i,l,r.,,,'......, fi I I 2 5rr.rriiii'Jtiejnl'ltEr.fuiJfceiUc-Uatuiwifr.uUirI Ti- (U pr li bu lift lit Ult 03, r S3 and Urn 111? tome Culejidtr. rnMPANION ) v.aiili'aCmna.inioniuib.K'iibirtoiil) for n;; ynn alo clulce of any IS cent . Ut (1 llirnrtu i piiillOi-r- tr f.u. vc.. titit t:U tlMrriOM c, 1VU rOUP ( a'fttfilNrON. I d V. Q?KV. M,V VCHUSKTTJ C.50 a Preelnrt No. II Wl He.uer D.iui. Walker, Anthon.v, I.lslid Hy Count) Clerk. 0 10 ? Anient, Fain;, 1 town lot l).i9" Wells, IS. I... 1 town lot. Mason. S. T., 1 tovn lot 2. IS 11114, 1915 and 191G Hllllwoll. J. I.OKiin. 1 town lot 12.03 S. O. ICKOWN, Williams. K. V., 1 town lot. 11 Sheriff of Ohio County. USELSV-VER-LA- X THE PriH'liu'i No. I.T Mclli'iiry. SEWING , CurKiil. Churlcs, for F. T. Cool, Neglected Colds (irmv Worse. MA vV!NE 1 town lot , 5.70 . .,. A cough that racks and Irritates OF Fisher, Mrs.. Jane A., 10 u... 5.33 tho throat may lead to a serious QUALITY. 7 05 Hudson, A. I,., 1 town lot chronic cough. If. neKlocted.. Tlw 70 Hudson. Mrs,. It, II., S a IrvaliiiK llm balsams In Dr. Hell's 7 05 iflne-Talllubs. K. i:.. 1 town lot , IIoiu) Ntituro'H own rem-ed.- v NOT Hutchison, Mrs. Annie. 1 town will soothe and relleyo tho ' SOLD 2.20 lot .. , breathinK will be easier, npd UNDER G.75 l.oyd. Knth, 1 town lot the.antlseptic projierliw will kill tho ANY t McDowell, Arthur,' 1 town lot 7.33 OTHER Kenu which relurded livalliiK. 'Have t?.,i .uiif nil tli tlm.?. Don'h lav oil 5.S0 , McDowell, Malon: NAME. It 'handy tor croup, sore throat and by ta5inff calonici I from work for d:iy3 i 2 20 Owen, Mrs, (lertle, 1 tnw-u'lx chronic bionchl.il nti'ectlous. (Jet a when pleasant, iiu- n.vi j- by Simpson, Mrs. J. D on your feet, while rehevingyouc troubVVAHRANIED FOR ALL TIME. b6tth today Pleawint to lake. At 1 ".93 iU.1. DriiKiiists. 25c. too, and easy to take. Uonl town lot 1 H)u,l'rihathoNi;V )IOMK)ouwUl j le. Sufer nnylhwir oiff. Yon can't afford Tlchenor. S J 1 town lot nud m take u uiu iu.x'V at lito nce yu y, u ti.iv Jt. Eliiniiiatus iioisons, cleanses sy 3 town lots 05.03 noUuvfcuiiYuilUAiclwIu'of re pairs t Die Habit of TnklliK Cold. torn aid relieves constipation. A nat ' WrlKht. T. H., town lot. , . . 5.70 ... ."Jtr t ural reini'dy, natural In ita actions, sur "With many peoplo Hiking cold Is a Wade. I.. II.. 1 town lot . . . 3.95 1 habit, but (iiriunntely ono that H in its t'flVct and certain in rciiilU H TS-rr- - ZIR?lQuaL"ty I won't lio lbng before Liv VcLax will Yohum' Mrs. Hob, 75 tt. and j ""ol Conwdarc n cold sponcc easily broken. Take completely' displace calomel m evert ., 1 nv.ILL.-- J IS .40 i town lot home. Children can take it fre !y an bath nvery hiorulni; when you first it ii the with lierfect Bfty. Kvery bole svutr' Preelnrt No.. 10 CraUtftonu. eet out of bed- - not Ice cold, but a eiientcod. 50c and $1 in bottles. Cheapest Allen & Hvllln, 1 town lot,,.? 7.0S I temperature of about 90 desists F. genuine wjthout the IJkeness anil hi tu r .. . s.. ... ita.ii.. by wmuuw '.....i... juiimi, r.i...... i. t..M.M i... . . . , l i K xibo steep wun your ...i.i nv end iuii., in die up.' iiiou in lure of I. K. Grisraby. For bale will seldom (alio cold, , tills and you Ky. Pieelnrt 17 HiiiiUlliout. J. H. WILLIAMS, - Hartloi-d- . to buy. Wheti you do take cold take Cham. , 55 u.,. . . .', ."S$ i!.2S ,, Brown, J. 5.4iVborlaln,s Cough Honied)' una ct rw Bolton, II. L., 0 u. If nu wuut u fewlns uurblor, wriUJ tor KIIIpou, W. O., 25 5.12 ot It ns quickly as possible. Obtain- - our IjIiiI iMo1osm bcroru yeu uiviUJi. Tji- Ki.'k i it4 i,(i .In rfi m U.30 ulU l'rwl. L. A., 00 a. a iv kuJu. A.4V iVU ?M. 2 THE REPUBLICAN. .... ' I ... NEW 1 , .... For Lazy Liver and the Troubles o Constipation. vtr-iAt- ...,., la HOME ,TT"-!Xi ..... 1 LR his - . .(..,.... ..'....,.. eViT-vvH- K I aw0Jt'4 Jyiicwuw wuwummuu wwHiym mm hujmi m CmKOn 1MK.X- Wal K .W "T JTs ' $50,000,000 LOAN IS ISSUED TO GERMANY To Cattle Yur attention is called to this important statement from the pen of the Hon. W. T. Ellis, of Owensboro, Ky. SKCUIIT OKAIi Now York, Jan. 7. normally has obtained a secret loan of $50,000,000 from New York banks, It was learned today to mobilize a huge supply of SonUi American wool here for shipment to tho central empires the moment the war ends. W. T. Ellis, This loan arrangement, which has Attorney-nl-Lr- t been carefully guarded, explains sev- duct." Owenaboro, Ky. Coufuclous did not go the length eral peculiar operations of tho Urlt-IDec. 22, 1916. "Love thine enemies!" government In tho Argentine of tho adage. Glenmore Dtatllterles Co.. Owensboro, Ky. within tho last two weeks. British but, when once iiuoritloucd concernCentlonien: banks In South America were first ing this, answered, "With what then I have fed your drlei gralra bath to my Ke- hors forbidden to handle gold shipments will you recompense kindness? to my cow, regularly, for mnre than five and patt. and will say that your dried gralni are the from Now York. Then British insur- compeuso Injury with Justice nnd rebest and most nutritteus Mod I have fever fed, either or to tij cows to my hor ants companies were prohibited from compense kindness with kindness!" ) Before I began to feed your grains, I fed nty milk Yet, In tho "Analects" Confucius Insuring such gold shipments and fcows an bran and corn chop mixed, but your grjlns inally l.ritlsh boats were forbidden is reported to huvo defined tho adtake the place of belli bran and corn chort. My cows always do beautifully when fed on your I mirable virtue of benevolence. "It to carry the gold. dried grains, and my experience enable me to say that no better food can be had. either for horses or Tho object of the Ilritlsh govern-- , Is to love all men." milk cows. a I believe whoever fairly tests your dried grains ment was to stop the payment for the) will find, that they are the very best food on the Administrators Xolhe. German wool. $40,000,000 worth of! market for bath horses and cows, but especially for Yours very truly, milk cows. which has been bought on the sheep's All persons hnvlng claims against a W. T. ELLIS. back in the Argentine. the estate of K. 1.. Taylor, deceased, m are hereby not I tied to present same I'itrm I'ir Sale. to me, properly proven, on or before Write us for full information, prices, etc. I desire to sell my farm of 7Ti February 1st, 1.017, or they will be acres, located on tho Hartford and forever barred. You will want Glenmore Dried Grains for Mcllenry public road, 2 miles from SILAS L. STKVKNS, stock. your Mcllenry, one mile from Hartford i Administrator. Three good and Centertown Pike J wells of water, plenty of fruit for MOLAK OK I'UKIIlSTOKir tamlly use, fairly good buildings, 20 CHANT KOl'NI) IX MINK (Incorporated.) acres In woodland, balance cleared of which 20 acres is bottom land. you Pittsburg, Kan.. Jan. OWENSBORO, KY. Change in Will sell at a bargain. imagine a prehistoric man whoso occupation only reason for selling. tooth would weigh four ounces, a HEN L. DAVIS. tooth which would take a wire cable Beaver Dam, IC 2. 24tf to pull? Such a tooth has been found in a coal bed, more than fiOO feet unThe Sunday Sclitxil Le.ssoit. was ground. Tho tooth ltome-bor- u or traces Ing on carelessly A visitor to a Sunday School was der the INTERVENTION WITH of asked to address a few remarks to found two miles northwest of Pittsperfume. In some Instances, course, husbands have been con- tho children. Ho took the familiar! burg, In a coal mine. Dentists claim SCHOOLS PROPOSE!! demned by their wives' nostrils but in thomo of tho children who mocked that, because of certain formntlon', n prlnrlpr i, A..i.i "' iitktni " these cases the odor has been confin- Kllsha nn his Journey to Uethcl how." '""!" k.. """"- - Imt - , J i friit,, iitn n..nti ni n nriMiiKioric iuuu. ed to their lips and was not acquir- the young ones taunted the prophet, While It is light and appears to be Whew ed thru dainty associations. . UOL'OATOKS UllOH this new caso comes up for a hearing, and how they were punished when bone, it is in a perfect state of petrl- MCAIHXG two she bears carnu out of the wood THAT MEXICANS UK KI1UOAT- j ilration. if it can bo called a hearing, it Is and ato forty anil two of them'. who had Hl UV AMKKIOA. Tim nrehisloric giant likely to bring out an unusual line ot In"And now, children." said isuch a tooth, easily could have open- expert testimony, ami its verdict will i "what does this story show?" twelve Inches wide. He be wafted on what might be regard- -' "Please, sir," came from a little 'ed his .mouth The Ju- girl fn the froi.t row, "It shows how must have been about twelve feet In intangible evidence. Cincluuati, O.. Jan. 7. Interven- ed as to hae taken a sl- ry is to bo commiserated with, and if iminv chllflrtMi livn slit hears ran i height anil able tion in Mexico, not with arms but by foot step. a decision is arrived at many may re- hold!" t-Hits. schools 4reo, public, It Is practically impossible to degard the precedent established as diswas recommended in a report Issued termine at what ago this man lived, Itro.-t- s. tinctly dangerous. We Care Tor Dumb committonight by a many jears be- We havo opened a hitch and feed but It nyiM have been tee of Americans of national reputaA Slight .Jolt. building recently okqu- - fori- tho birth of Christ, uecause oi stable in the tion as educatorb or publiclts. Tub. was "As for me," remarked young pied by Cooper & Co., and aro ready tho depth at which tho tooth ommittco begau studying Mexican Muggsly. "I don't believe in a high- to meet your wants in that line. Leave found. However, it is possible that .oitditions about a year and a half The your horse where you know it will be the molar could have been placed Hint education for tho fair sex. ..go. Its conclusion were suminariz- - er I deep In mother earth b an upheaval ono I marry won't know Latin or cared for. d as toUov.T,: at some time. Greek." TAYLOR & CRAUTIIEB. "The chaos existing in Mexico is The coal mine in which it was "I can readily believe that." Hartford. Ky. variety of racial elements; due to found has been In operation many . girl who Mias Cutting. "A woeful lack or general oducatlon; ears and is one of tho deepest in knows anything at all wouldn't mar- TIIK CHINKSK COXCKl'T greater lack of political expe- ry you." till OK TIIK fJOLOKX KCLi: tho country. rience, and rapacity and cupidity or Many persons at Ilrbt believed the the educated leaders, and, in a few KOtt HKLLS TO U'AK.Y all the Confu- tooth was that of a prehistoric animal The foundation for However, it instances, of intelligent uncducat-1.- " MOUNTAIN CLIMHKH cian teachings on human relations, rather than or a man. Miles'M. Dawson in Case and was taken to several dentists, who writes To make educational Intervention Denver, Colo., Jan. C. Travelers Comment, is set forth in the "Ana- said that, because of certain formai (fectlve tho committee recommended accustomed to tho sound of fog bells lects" as follows: "What I do not tions in tho human tooth which aro establishment of a ou the Atlantic or Pacific cou.", will wish men to do to me, I also wish not absent In teeth of animals, tho molar modeled after the Hoberts Col- be amazed, perchance, to hear the o that of u prehistoric do to men," and In another place, must havo been n Tho lege In Constantinople. ring uet Summer from 10,- - "What you do not want done to human being. warning does not bay what agency 000 to 14,000 feet above sea level in I 'ourself, do not do to others!" 'hould establish such u college, Ittisiucss Scholarship. the Rocky Mountains. This which wo Occidentals call that it should have the backiug The tragic end of the Rev. ThornWe havo for sale, a bcholarBhip, Is tho fundamental 'the golden rule" f the American people. ton R. Sampson, of Texas, who on oncept of Justico underlying all Chl-e- good for a complete course in either Lack of intelligence and true or September 0. . 19 1.1. disappeared In and Accounting Jurisprudence. From it, nnd Itookkccping bays the report, havo thwart- - tho Rocky Mountain National Parle ot from speclr.l commands or direct Stenographers Courso in tho Owensd attainment of liberty In Mexican while on a walking tour.has resulted exts, is derived tho "Thou shall not boro Iluslness & Industrial College. p. volutions. in plans to safeguard the precipitous For particulars apply at Republican teal," etc., of the Chinese law. s tr and dangerous trails of the park. Learning" Is office. This is "tho Great A ICO aero rarm 4 mites east of L. ('. Way. supervisor of tho ColoHartford, on the border of the oil rado playground, has devised the fields. Good dwelling, barn and oth-i- r plan of having fog bells scattered Young along the trails at intervals from n necessary outbuildings. orchard, strawberry bed and other quarter to a half mile apart on Flat pleasing features. If bonds carry Top, Long's Peak. Tho bells will y se.it pike will be near. lie of deep tone autl will bo operated Ste, or write Tiusley & Darnctt, by a systom similar to weather vanes. Hartford. Ky.. for further particu- j Tho bolls will be placed on posts lars. about seven feet high. Suspended over tho bell will be a small, light wooden paddle. The slightest brcczo OAIN'IY I'HUKUMM IS TKLL-TAlir.YIDKXC'i: will tilt the paddloaud ring tho bell. There probably would not be ono day in the year when tho bieoze New York. Jan. C Tho latest for martial relief that has in- would not bo insufficient to ring thc yQU can ft suc(.eggi Jirul u bigsuCCOPS, if VOll IlllVO d IJUll. terested tho New York courts AMBITJON, ENERGY, NERVE. While tho mountains are not tool Willi a woman who Is suing for T reparation from her epoutio, and dangerous for travel, even tho most Tho road to success is unsy ii you aro properly mings fur ward evidence, acquired by OAperlouced traveler aomutlmoa will loio the trail in the mouutains. About er neuso or .smell. prepared. A ISuaiiiess Education is tho oliiof requisite Shu declares thr.t her husband on 11,000 feet above sea level nnd above for preparedness. The hig men of today almost with- - X the timber line, heavy clouds sometimes Hta'ciAed occasions gained on HMoulder or hi.i coat tho odor ot a totally obscuro the sight ot tho trav5 out exception aro tho men who prepared yesterday. Walking in thu face of tho Qbrtuiu lioral extract thut utib not eler. Wo prepare you for thtf position that aro waiting :mtaincd in any of tho bottles on hor wind with his head lowered, he Is dieting ttililo, aud that at times his upt to lotio his bcurings. for tho prepared man or woman. School in session cucok harbored tho faint truce of a rfOMK JOURNAL, j TIIK LADIKS tiimmtirn vear. J'uniLs mav enter at any time and 1 ilurUcuUr sceul that it received neither from the car wis of her llugertlps TICK SATURDAY KVKNING VOST ( . receive proper classification. oor tho touch of her lips. Pending and TIIK COUNTRY GHNTLKMAN sensitive) uobtrlW wish to nocurc the sparo time of a the tluio when her will enable her to learn more about man or woman to act as local in Hartford and vicinity, tlio user of tho perfume that her husbrought iotno, lookitii; after the renewals of their band Inadveituutly many btibMjrlptions in this section, title asks or tho court substantial and introducing these publications and counsel fees. one of tho courts of the to new readers. Payment will be Hack lu (Incorporated) Louis there was said to bo men who made in H.iUry and coministon. Prewoman in a hun- vious experience Is dealrablo but not tould toll to which For details addreus, with dred a lubtuudkerchiot belonged by essential. OWENSBORO. KY. U'o beeit It iiouWued but not In mod- reforeuccs, Uok CG4, THK CURTIS ern U'iuplcJ ot juBtlce have we PUBLISHING COMPANY, Imlcpond-enc- o ' 17t!i ' tuowu ot iuoiueatou.5 decisions bang- Square, Philadelphia. h y-- Feeders TO HKI.!' KM1MKK ltOIUIil.K HUGH MADK WOOIi ML'IM'IjY. expatiated on us follows: "What a man dislikes In those who are over him, let him not display toward thoso who are under htm; what ho dislikes In those who are under him, let him not display toward thoso who are over him. What he hates in those who are ahead of him, let him not therewith precede those who arc behind him; and what he hates in thoso who are behind him, let him not therewith pursue those who are ahead of him! What ho hates to receive upon tho right, let him not bestow upon tho left; and what he hates to receive upon the left, lrt him not bestow upon tho right! This Is called the standard, by which, ns by a measuring square, to regulate ono'a con- II i sli m p.t Contents 15 Ki) GAST0R1A f Fluid Dfnohwj rt.m.mTii For Infants awl HulYIrcn. Mothers Know That Genuine Castcria "".":......,. n nlMl RENT. Vl.iWcrroparationrcrAJ 1 adali.ulUicrooilbyRciJul.vl .it UicaiomacnsniHiuuvi. Always Bears tho 7hcrcl.yl'romoiinviI)Ucn Mineral. ignature w f vf l" V.N r it J, l NtNaucoiic VnXl Ard Jtrl.UfSJt$ MittSr4 . ...i. im..,ivLr siip.ilonandBwrrhoo . 1 .. mrSr.r.iil1 ,!tmti R.orromiu'ifant'. . d ami 1 b V cM&i IitcCcsT.a-'i Comply. -- J -J Glenmore Distilleries Co. C.--- iCASTi Exact Copy of Wrapper, TXt eCMT.UM . -- VMV TUHL Thin " "" ' rv Starck Pianos M ssssssssssKt sUHL" No Money inAdvnnce Snliaiac-tlo-a LowpHtNet - nteeil '-- Guar Xsssssssssssssssssssss l!si..il TertnM A From I'nc lory Direct Fact PrlnsM JrPBWssplPBJMyMlsttT k sssssW issssiB -Ti- Savi tig of $10 0 to (v2llfl 1I P A. STARCK iciorwT -- Wo will ship you braullful Starck Piano for T.tt ilavn fn-- trlul. Iti yourd rcqtilrrd. All wu usk la that .vuu will pluy Uun. homo. No chhIi test this piano for 30 clnyK. If, nt the end of that time, yuu do tiul find It tlie aweett-s- t hlKhost Rradu, tomd u;id ttnent plan In every 'u. llmt yuu hare rver hi.cn for he money, you are nt erfec llburty to send It lack, nnd v wilt. In that event. iiy tin? fD'lqht both mays. T j titarck i'luno miut mako mud with you. or there lb no sale an-nn- 30 "f DAYS' FREE TRIAL WZl a -- ysslln ....(.(j. -!! H sstssl Ve lilp ditvet to you trom our fjctn7, it prices that fair )ou upwjpli i( 1 16O.00 lr Ja to furnish pittM. ivt sof )our nlano n punntf-- than jou can fir the nioncr oi bfttrr frcurr clwwhrrc. t Mtlifactory plana. OK-Vr- .-. Sivt $150.10 tr Mira Easy Faymtits - rct You rc avnirol of rrcilng toucd durable high grade .. tneKtvl ly a ptino manufacturer. Tlie Urms are arrant-- ! tu suit your roniTnhncc. ami it l r il'U- - for you t- - 1'iiy s piano for your home, uitbuut . miti..rir the money, cit, railnt termi Tort pay riu Mill duivn, tmt after 3 itayi of trial, yuu ran lutein paymtnt mi tho low. etr Ritaa)aa ii 1 col-Je- reconi-iaendatlo- Errry Htsrck Pisnn yrsrs. purantirrl for This avirtattt has back of It our Si yrars of plane exprrlcncr. and the rrp Ution of nn pUao bouse. 2nd-Ha- nd lirgaln. aiarsK e.-y- pt ee lead-trshl- p, P. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. To rrry putchiwr of Starrk Pianos, we give free niiiiie Irvvinv in one of the brat known, bchnoli in Chicago. Tbew tMms )iw rja take la ymir own hnme, ly mill. This rvprvw-ot- f one ear's frc lnmctlon. 50 Free Muslo Lasssns W'r tiare cniutantly on Inn I s Janre numlwr ! Ilntitly uaed Olid rcnnil hand pianos of ell tandard makes Ukcn In x. chance for new Starck Pianos The follow, end rlayer-Plsnos- . frig ire a few sample banralnst Weber Steinway Starck $110.00 0C.00 ar Ktardc I'liycr-i'iaE'v- i the N'.r. srvl mAt lavtl. ful PlTer n- - a n (U n.arkrt. tuu win ic w. llirlitrd with tlw many ri cljtlrc fritun-- of thesa Srondrrfut lnnin-nl- , and will he pleated with the try loir prices at hlrh tbry can he m Chlckcrtng Kimball 00.03 05.00 195.00 Piano B.tj.1 for oiir latest minplcte Second hand tarsals ll.t. Srnd ledjy fur our new Irfjiitlliillr lllutlraled plana lxk which Kim Informs, oti. a larce amount of thtfi look Frio recanllni piarrM. . Hill will Intimt and you. t'rlte today. 1313 Starclc lMd.. CHICAGO j - - inter-count- You Can Be You Whatever! To. Be THOS. E. MOSS Plasterer, ccorator and Contractor. t I V 1 I I Want I K ut orig-.nutc- Lifetimo experience with best of workmen, and can givo any reference desired. Call mo on Hartford I MiU'Co., 'pliono, or address mo at Hartford. y. J , J J We Knock the Spots Out of Things t i Ladies' and Men's a Garments French Dry Cleaned anil Pressed In a Superior Manner. Send us jour Garments and Have Them Flfty-flv- ins a o typewriters. Les- reprc-bontati- y onii Bin ifli (is 1 CLEANED CLEAN Packages called for and delivered. THE ELITE PRESSING CLUB Nail, Prop. A. I HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. Bubscribe for The Hurtfort Iteyub. Ucau $1.00 per yeai. sons explulned by Moving Ilc-tur- o niitchlno. Seven big g, Hhorthond, Telegraphy, Stcnotypy, Musi- -, Primary Normal. Ex pert teachers. Modern equip, ment. Position assured. Write for catalogue. llook-ltpcpln- Daviess Co, t Bus, College KY. 4. Incorporated OWKNSIIOUO,