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ROM) MAY COME nml Kattf 0r DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY itavL Subscription $1 per Year No. 30 "LEAH" IS HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 26, 1917. ta TOP HEAVY. will bo planted next yoar and it la 'about four o'clock twenty-fiv- e expected that the price will again or thirty business men gathered Ir PROBE ho high.' Judge Wilson's olllca for tho purpose, -- w m of refecting delegates to go to radii .tAIiaUl'K IIAIJOHTKK HOLDS AGAIN DELAYED COUNTY rah. Judgo Wilson was elected THROUGH OI-'MOIl WITH HKVOfiVKIt chairman of tho meeting and Allison Harnett secretary. Several delegates Columbia, S. C, Jan. 22. Tho were appointed but Judgo Wilson and daughter of J. P. Ilrowcrs, COMMITTKKMHN AIMOUKX HKAIt- OHIO, MUHLENBERG, GRAYSON Sheriff S. O. Keown wero tho only IN(J AM) IiHAVl-- NKW YOUIC jailer nt Hampton, S. C, held off AND OTHER CENTRAL cou.v- ones of tho lot who could make tho M)U OAI'ITAIj. with a pistol a crowd that appeared trip. Dr. IJ. W. Ford and Otto C. tiks have ciianci:. before the jail Saturday night and Martin wero appointed as a tlnauco dctnnnded David Richards, negro, committee and a collection to pay charged with assaulting a white man. part of tho expenses of the delegates TO RESUME NEXT WEEK MEETINGS TO BE HELD was taken. ' When tho glrl'n brother, fearing sho might bo Injured, took tho weapon Dr. C. DoWeeso was appointed a away from her, the negro was redelegate from Heaver Dam at a meetmoved from tho Jatf. Meanwhile Walt for PsI(Icut of Stock Kxchaugii Citizens Will (fcithor Hi Consider Ad- - ing held in that city and accompanied To Hiibniit Infonuatlon Ileanl- xlMtlilllly fr 1'iitlliiK Up Moiif) Dowers appeared and pleaded that delegatus to l'aducah. All tho other liiK Transactions. To Get. Pike. tho man's llfo bosparcd. Tho nc- tho delegates seemed of tho snnio gro later waa severely, but not mor- opinion that I tin hlghwu may pass tally, beaten. through this county if the necessary I Now York, Jan. 24. Tho Honttc If It comes thru J'aducah, Ky.. Jan. 21. Atu high- funds mo raised. Hulos Committee In cxecutlvo acs- illADFIIHAKS TOMW NOT T) Uio here it will either pass through Heavway niRctiiiK lioltl hero y I decided to adjourn iU ACCi:i'T V. S. COXTItACTS slon majority it the 100 delegates pres-n- t er Dam or Hnrtford, probably strikNew York hearings on tho "leak" (locitli'il In favor of a Central ing tho du ('out highway. , London, Jan. 24. Tho British investigation for an Indollnlto po- .. o Highway, which woulil traverse the Mcmhcrs of tho commlttoo AH Tntw Paid. r, Government has refused permission rlod Ilnlluril. followhiK counties: to tho Hudllelds Limited to proceed! who planned to return to Waahlng-wlt- h Danville, Ky., Jan. 23. for tho Graves, Marshall, Lyon. Cald work on tho contract for shells ' tim this afternoon, will hold a meet-fo- r well, Hopkins. Muhlenberg. ,Ohlo, first time In tho history of HoIf tho American navy, "so long as ing in Washington some time later county every laxpaor ban paid his whlcn Grayson, Hardin ami In the week to decide when they no the exigencies of war continue." route Imtpp-e- taxes fls tht! terminus of hoth tins Slate. d list to nml Sheriff llarbesou has shall resume the hearings here. advertise. out for this pari of I Anou"cclncnl of this plan cam 4 Tho Southern route, which was IO UfiTTn 1 lu tho c"mmitt,;o fiti" wa3 1" "- LuNVIb 10 largo majority of umulemnoil by 01 me Biun wnii representatives delegates, who contend It was ZAPATA FORKS ARE tin; Now Exchange y ni.qro.of a Tennessee than u GIVifN PRIVILEGES agreeYorka Stock request fortrying to new on submishighway, would ko through UNITED WITH VILLA sion of specific records to tho comTrigg. ChriHl.e following counties; mittee. stian, Todd, Logan, Warren, MINOLK WITH FKLT.OW MAY When tho meeting adjourned most Mart, Marshnll, Ititrruii, PLAN CAMPAIGN IN TIIK NORTH PHISONKKS AFTEKtl YEAIIS 'of the committeemen rushed for Carlisle, Ballard and Ijirue. I . U. S. TllOOPS PREPARE T() OF SOLITUDK. Washington trains and Sherman L. represented at Among tho cities Whipple, counsel for tho committee, wrrmmAW. J tho meeting were: Leltchfield, Ucav-- r what had taken placo In j detailed Central City, Dam, Hartford, . Iloston, Jan. 21. Jess Poiuer,oy tho meeting. Dawson Greenville.' Rarllngton, .1. years in I President Noble, of the Stock Washlnglon, Troop who has been for forty-on- e Jan. Springs. Hddyvllle, Princeton, Kutta-vi- i, In the State ( change, he said, had agreed to sub-- I preliminary to with- confinement movements Paducah,. Fulton and ilaylleld. Prison at Charlestown, was granted mlt to the Board of Governors of the dmwnl of tho American expedition Will Meet AbiiIii. a supplemental request for equal privileges with other from Mexico are being carried out After having been In session until y. jcrs by tho State Executive Council '.'certain Information" regarding Lo Annies Timei. nearly midnight tho delegates de- ai tho southern extremity of the ConTlctcd of murder at in,, kot transactions between Decombcr at American lino under War Departcided ti hold 'another meetliiB IPomeroy two years later was tock-- l 10 and December 23, which would l'aducah on a day to 'ho selected bv I ment orders, and as soon as they aro TWO-THIRDcd up iu a cell lighted from a win- - make It possible for tho committee to OE Hodman complete tho main body of tho e.x WILSON SPEAKS S Statu Hoail Commissioner dow In the ceiling so that ho might j resume Its inquiry some tlmo next Wiley, who Is In act upon tho advice ipcdiliou probably will start north. ' not gaze on his fellow men. Ho was week, possibly Monday or Tuesday, In For the flrst tlmo officials ml-- ! r all county Judges as to what apart from other prisoners He' wan inclined to think it would b milled to;d.iy that tho withdrawal jf time for CROP DELIVERED exercised yto most convenient TO THE SENATE nml barred? as far as possible, from Tuesday because personal -- busiueffii thVy can report-oinWftTi,T5tfcVP,lilch outiosts from Kl 'Vn'llo and Either Two years promised to detain members in points nbout Cnlonia Dublin hnd rehuman companionship. tho fliuiiiclul condition of their !ngo tho bcntciice was enforced less Washington. more than a local significance and spective counties. Every Indication, Whipple sald.was UK KCSIl OF TOHACCU SKA SON OVElt rigorously ' to accord with, modern At tho beginning of the meeting was being carried out on orders from SPKIVCK St'UPHlSK WIIKV lll'T W'MIIII CONTINt'KS TO They made no Ideas bf prison 'reform. lie wus ai- - that the exchange members would APPKAHS ItKFOUK LCGISLA- Stnto Itoail Commissioner Wllev said Washington. I CO.MK IN. as to tho probable time loved moro opportunities for cxer-- 1 comply with the supplemental reions is phaci-- : itotii:. ho alono was responsible for hulect-Iii- k when the general northern move- else In Hie prison yard, and was al- - quest, but If they did not the com the Southern route, recommendlowed to attend church services twica mittee would bo hurriedly roconven- ed by, tho United States civil engi- meiit would begin, and would not -- rt fr" -" - -- 1"1" neers.' Ho until ho did not think, tho even admit that withdrawal of Pcr- PRicEl on tho South- iMtlng's troops after ten months In people in tho counties ! I i ' . Tho Hoard of Governors was to act Now, nt tho ago ot G7 years, Pom- ern unite wero financially able to Mexico was at hand. Since tho ef eroy wUl move Into a coll where j on the request later In tho day. ' -portion of the expense. fort to effect an agreement with aland their Leaders lu Upper Allium) Shown Sells Hurley To Gor-- I can sco passersby, will be allowed to . The request for the InforlhVition Delegates promptly Informed him to Gen. Carrauza ended In failure, the Aitiiiliilvtnitlon inan-For- il ij17 IloiiMi Opposed to Free Discusincluding' the exercise with other prisoners, sit sought yesterday, glvo them a ehance uiu! they would Administration lias indicated that Ita House Filled. sion of Address. known j Speak- next step would bo made with them at church services and ai names of all customers and records show him that they could. the prison entertainments and will . of their deals, "rests In abeyance," ers asked why the route through through action rather than by anbo given such light work in the prls-- Mr. Whipple sald counties that wore wealthy was w nouncement. The rush of the tobacco season on shops as his somewhat enfeebled Wabhlngton, Jan. 24. Whether "Adequate plans Jhavo been Villa and Zapata .loin. lected In preference to counties not Olliclals aro much Interested, but the. United States shall enter a World In Hnrtford is about over but tho They argued will permit. Gov. McCall an- - ranged whereby customers of every so able ilnauclally. over Pencil League, and, us many contend, weed continues to coino lu and thero pounced that ho approve.1 brokcrngo houso who are not tho e that thu United States Government apparently little concerned, feobU) an 1 growing evidences that a determined thereby abandon ltd traditional poli- is still enough work at the receiving ject of inquiry as defined In the Con- commutation. was trying to assist the stations to keep those in ciiargi iimii rnv w.-i- convicted nt tho hni- - cressional resolution will he urotcct- not pay tho expenses of those win struggle for possession of tho terri- cy of isolation and no entangling wits laid squarely before buy. tal murder of two children, follow- ed from public disclosure. There will could bear them. Tho Southern tory evacuated by Pershing may be At tho Gorman houso on tho Cen-- 1 ing a series ot d'enerato acts which bo no danger of any transaction or route was vigorously condemned ' I In progres soon hetwen Cnrranwi Congress and the country Mondav 'troops und revolutionists. by President Wilson In a pcrfcoual tertown pike, where tho hnd terrorized tho South Boston and name of men outside that class being ronncsseo rouio. 'pool is received, over 500,000 pounds Dorchester districts of this city. Ho disclosed to the public. TiVday's ofllrial dispatches said address to the Somite. , Fin- - Central Hlglnwi.t. " M.. .... nrflllUKIllK Wpril lIUIlll! 1V that Villa and Zapata, the two most For the first tlmo lu more than of tobacco has been received and It was sentenced to bo hanged but he "Tho commttteo Indicated a do- leaders, a hundred yearn a President ot thu Ms estimated by those In charge that causo of his youth the sentence was . Rlro to placo every safeguard agalust dnlegutes for tho central highway conspicuous revolutionary s , of tho pool has been de-- 1 commuted to solitary Imprisonment every such disclosure. EjTJtltlih; route, tho spenkera emphn- - had allied themselves for operations United States appeared in tho Senate "Tho lists giving tho names are to spots ngalust tho du facto armies, and Chamber to discuss tho Nntlon's for- llvercd. Wagons arc kept busy at for life. On September 7, 187G, he Kliod, there would be historical lofjffnlorest to travelers, for Inbtnuco, that ,S,000 men had been concen- eign relations after the manner of , this house hauling tobacco to the was placed In his solitary cell at the bo In possession of exchange olliclals to bo opened only upon the order of .it trated near Chihuahua, for a Villa Washington, Adams und Madison, cars und It Is shipped nltnost us Charles Street Jail. Him Thomas lawson property Manager Tice But ho did not drop out of the Chairman Henry. The accounts will Grand Rivers, and tho CnWb Imttnry campaign In tho N'orth. Slnco Car- Tho effect was to leave Congress, all fast as delivered. that fought at Kddyvllld during tho rauza declined to accept tho Atlantic ofllelal quarters and the foreign dip- I Hums and grader O. It. Tlnsley liavo public eye. Reports of sonpatlonal bo designated by letters or symbols, growers becauso attempts to escape, carried thru with envelopes to bo used only In case of Civil War, where mm speaker said City protocol olliclals hero have In- lomats amazed and bowlldorcd. Im- ntndo a. hit wllh tho humorist and war dicated that such problems as tho mediately there nrobo a sharp divis- 'of courtesy shown them In their deal- patient Ingenuity rarely found out- necessity." Irvln S. Cobb, tho poolers side of fiction, becamo public at freTho next hearing, It was assured, correspondent, a natlvo of l'aducah, 0110 developing about Chihuahua not ion of opinion over, tho propriety .is ings and tho only would ho left to tho first chief woll as the substance of the Presi- aro optimistic In regard to tho pros-- 1 quent Intervals. Ills mother until would ho held hero, although meetmonument. would build iv pects next year. About lOO.OOOlbs., her death two yeans ago, never re ings are lo bo held Inter In WashingTho cost of tho Central highway for settlement, but that he would bu dent's proposal. ihavo brought top prlco at tho Gor- laxed her efforts to securb his par-- i ton.. $3,0110,000, half of which Is hold responsible by tho United Stutei will bo Chief Points of Address, man bouse this year. don. und was allowed to visit her son io bo furnished by tho United States Government for their settlement In ( WOMAN HORN SNOBS, What Is believed .to bo the highest regularly. The chief points of the President';) and tho other half by such a way as to protect American Government ' . SAYS ST. LOUIS PASTOlt price paid for nny tobacco In Hart- high- Interests. Pomeroy began his sentenco wero: When address thu counties through which thu That 11 lasting peace (n Europe can ford In many a day was received by ho was poorly educated. Now he way traverses. Women Ht Louis. Mo., Jan. 21. Fanner Loses Five Tot In !I(l Hours. 110L bo a peaco of victory for either Aloiizo Shown, of Itoutu S, when, can read lu seven languages and at Pioper .Mateilal. according to Grader O. It. TlnMoy, tho ago ot 57 is studying Arabic. by nature uro aristocrats, while men Whltesburg. Ky Jan. 21. Within side. McCrackcn county waa not par thirty-M- s hours, five chlludreii of Ed That peaco must bo followed by a ho received $17 to Slfi for two loads Ills last known attempt to escapo j aro by nature democrats, according ticulur which route was adopted. , was four years ago. Slnco then hu to Rev. Samuel II. Woodrow, pastor Tho great highway proposed vlli II. Genrheart, 11 Heaver Creek farm-- deliulto concert ot power to fissure of hurley. Congregational Ves Shown, uf Route 3, sold u has been diligently studying law as! of Pilgrim Church. brick, concrete and er, have died ot measles, ami turcu Hie world that 110 catastrophe of war bo constructed of quantity of last year's weed lo tho It hears on his case. Beyond his nt- -' here. Dr. Woodrow bases his other nmterlnls doomed necessary to more urn 111. Thuro aro many eases shall overwhelm It again. hunto break thru steol and brick j ment on observation of women and That in such a concert of power Got man copmnny for- ?10 per Withstand tho travel. As n finale lo of measles In thu Heaver Creek secdred. This tobacco would huvo sold to freedom, he has been on tho whole, men In many parts or the worm. tho United States can not withhold tho mi cling tho delegates Indorsed tion. j "A man does not hesitate to peak Its participation to guarantee peaco for less than $r on tho loose leaf his keepers say, a quiet nnd mode! l'aducah for tlio Government armor Hours last year and hats must go off prisoner. io another man because ot difference COM) KXPEUIENCKD IIITTtill f and Justtco thruout tho world, plato plant. F. II, Arnold, of iu their relations, whllo a woman ON EUKOPE'H HATTLKFIKLUH nctt'd iih chalnuan of tho And that before a peace Is mado to Mr. Shown us a good business man, thinks she has her social status to Marlon Slices Pork. was secremeeting and IM Paxtou the United States Government should n House. At Wabhlngton, Jan. 23.- - Bids for maintain." bald Dr. Woodrow. London, Jan. 23. Tho moat sovoro ' frankly formulate tho conditions up tary. "Centuries of contact with tha More than half of all tho tobacco tho construction of tho now Federal cold of tho present winter Is grip- on1 which It would feel justified lu Must l'ut Up. n and Tuck building at Marlou, Senator James' realities of life havo rubbed off any Judge Jno. H. Wilson, on of tho ping Central und Nut thorn Europe. nMtlng the American people for their bought by thu for aristocratic tendencies men might companies at Hartford has been de- homo town, will bo advertised dolcgutos font to l'aducah from Tho German nowspapora roport 3fi formal und solemn adherence. livered. Figures 011 the amount re- February 1 by the Treasury Depart- havo had. No man could snub anHartford, stated, upon his return yes- degrees of frost Fahrenheit (4 deConsideration Deferral. ceived aro not available hut much ment, according to announcement other its 1 have seen womon snub terday that ho hellovod Ohio county grees below xoro) In East Prussia Thero 'high- nml bovrral deaths from tho cold. Thoy will bo oponod others In official Washington. Action on Senator Cummins' res- has been shipped and the houso Is mndo hud a chance to act tho Stato d I huvo seen one woman look ut aninnow about full. puopfo aro willing to put Railroad difficulties liavo been hero March 15. Tho olution to provldo for exclusive way If tho If n Tho Equity poolers aro apparently Congrcsi appropriated ?75,000 for a other wbo has approached her rails and of President Wilson'') up tho necesFfiry money. Meetings creased by slto.and building at Marion. Tho Mo to say. 'Well, you little lusftct. will bo hold Inter In Tvluoli. The deficiency iu conl nt poaco address until nil Senators have well pleased with tho prices they of tho cltlcnrf thltj yoar. was purchased at a coat of about whore did you come from?' forao pl&ooa Is Raid to bo sorlouts and oipressoii their vlowa was deferred l$W dotormlno stops to bo taken. "Women aro eoclal climber, and and it waa seat to tho calenIt ls, ovldont from talk heard t5,000. Work on tho now building waH learnea mm uuio theru iu much Buffering. When it cha-jcgot tho highthat will H'pAy bo ijodttr vur tt ihort forever aro looking at somo oao a in a bltj.er cold Tslnd blow, dar aftpr It had han 'tebateij two arounu'Uho roooivlns 'houses Thero to county had a Uttla Ulabf r up than they.". ... jr TttlttniviUy larRe cop ot tabacio tlttf. hours way Wctfuwluy wwtlop was cillod ing lo OrfAt Ilritala. 2SLS ' . to-da- Car-Hai- , Kun-.tuck- prison--exchan- J mar-to-da- n , J calendar resolution. gets a record . Ko.ss-Voug- is too?o;?frh7"u2SSrproduo" ! h-- " ob-th- 1 a-- , two-third- , . Juds-temp- la - Karl-Ingtoi- i. Ross-Vaugh- Ross-Vaugh- to-da- sUty-secon- frost-broke- u to-da- y, o t. IJ, i II X WW if L ald, prayed, and then gnv the chil iPnrpofie of the President to launch I nIvorga, pence LOST AVIATORS dren a drink of cough syrup con- movpnicnt for l:lnlng polson.nAcr which ih swal would It not bo. better to wait for lowed foiiii! of tho mixture herself to lw nt tb rontoSK nrcor.lln the tongue of European militarism r.utrl Ky., bi tnnll nmll ill tJix modi! FINALLY FOUND Mrs. Worrell, with Marie, 13; Eve- to hang out as an evidence of deClAM, lyr., S, and Elvln, 10, nttemptod to spair rather than ask that same Mduro two older sons to go with tongue to npeak for peace eternal? Alitor 'V ALLISON J. BAHNETT he- -, but they refused. Universal peace must be born, not HARRY O. BISHOP W. S. TINSLEY,.. Business Manager made. We say born In the acme MKl'T. Elvln managed to return homo be .,.- -. .!. ..l,l. ,... nrnll Ipopp1v ' AND COMPANION SAFELY OUT fore ho died and told his father th.it j OI'" MEXICAN DESERT. s. to In the hearts of nations. Every Worrell had administered tho Address nil communications Republican. -j poison. When Worrell reached tlu , The Hartford school room has Its rule against flRhtravine he asked his wife what she lng. nut when small boys quarrel NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS do they permit the chips to lay upon JELLS OF EXPEREKCES had done, and she replied: wnl to n tiff shoulders because of their promiso anbierUwrn ilwlrlii5 thr "Oct nway mid turn us over to the Id making the ftdrlrm mant bIt tli olil mlUri-nundertaker." to the teacher not to tight? It Is rtqnwt. Yon have a long use and Dodor I.ncnN nml XiHli- 10 i r lie anil 5c phyVlquo tlint determines whether or tlun. not that trouble Is to be settled with- - Went. HobcrtMm Left Companion to DR. H. '!'. TICHENOR pr line for frt.-- iiilrtllloaiil nice and Keck Aid Hlshop Intended To UmoIiHIoim nn.l aril ol Think te out a battle, anil so does the power i Obltnnrl. LEAVES KOR FLORIDA I In- -, roourj In minimDIo Wearing Colors. with what resWc for kiTvIwh fror, hut other of nations determine Sotln-now offering Cbarrh and Dr. B. F. Tichenor, accompanied pect their rights shall be regarded, j 6r r line. iKf rUKtm-a- t. by his daughter, Mlsa Gall, left Tiies- less comniiinliillon will rwelvf oo As u step toward universal peaco Aaoo.finou Mention we agree with the President as to al-- 1 Wellton. Ariz.. Jan. 21 -- Ltcut. Jliy tMornlnB for Crescent City, Kin has entered Into a part-- a llance. Alliance with a larger army, Col uarry g. uishop, second of the wl,crc greater navy and an aeroplane army aviators to be rescued from the ! ncrsI,ln wllh t)r- - T- - u- - Megs for Ut ...... ... 23 squadron strong enough to repell any sonora Desert, who was brought Mrs. here Practice of his profession. 7'skxxxwxp' Mutual Regular price, $ l.no. Xow sj 2..1i force that may attempt Invasion In today by an army ambulance from Tichenor and ron, Don. will follow It Regular ptlre, $ .".no. Now $ it.nn the future. Meanwhile the spirit of tM0 '00t of tho G,la jiountatns, sixty ""''""t " week. It Is with regret that JANUARY 20 eternal peace will grow. j -, FRIDAY Rcgltlur jtrlio, $ (I.IIO. Xow miles south of Wellton, will recover,'01'10 county loses tho einclent phy $ .,' complications set In, according slclan aml "' G001' "nmlly. unless Regular pi lw, $ 8.."n. Xow x o.oii Dr- - Tichenor came here sevcra jt0 Surgeon Mni Orvllle G Brown PRAISED KOK LICKIXG MAX AXXOUXCEM KXTS. Regular price, !?t(M)0. Now $ ,7.t from Daviess county aiv WHO WIPED IIAXDS OX FLAG co,nmandcr of'tho Government's re - voars a R?glilar $12.00. Now immediately built up a large prac 9 8.75 expedition. Col. Bishop was I lief Wc are authorized to announco .Now Regular price, .SI ."..oil. Now He has been very successfu ork, Jan. 23. Signal ljua ,,lk.,n , Yunin. Ariz., ami niarixi in $1 as a candiIV. C. BLANRENSHIP to n j,ogpnaj. In the medical Held both hero and -, Regular prico, $20.00. Not $ 1.7,date for the Republican nomination termaster L. H. Luksich. attached 0j rjisj10p and Lieut. W. A. Rob - ,n Daviess county and at one time ofllo of Clerk or the Ohio tho recruiting olllco of the United. for the County Court. Primary August 4th, States Coast Guard here, who on CTif0:l wcrc lost following an at- - represented the latter In the Stat January 3, while on duty at the bat-- . tcnipted airplane (light from San Die- - Scate' Advised of a good opening 1017. tery, knocked a man down for wlp- t0 calexlco Calif January 10 ' ,n Crescent City ho made a trip to on the Anierl - , (tcr a nine-da- y Regular price, $ K.OO. Now search by Mexican investigate and returned much Itn $ 1.75 G. A. RALPH authorizes us to an- Ing his muddy hands He then Regular price, $ I.OO. Now nounce his candidacy for the Repub- can flag displayed at a recruiting- troops, American army aviators and Pressed with the prospects. M 2.2.'. Robertson (arranged his affairs hero and dc lican nomination for the office of station, nas ueen oiuciany comniviiu- ilUndreds of civilians, ." Regular price, $ .1.00. Now $ :i.3, IMm....v f.j nn .tn..1. novlnfl 13 in, iiiumi .. ,t i ii,-- i ut nil; Sheriff of Ohio county. Primary cd by Treasury Department omciais. foum, n )0rty of searchcrs nnd lU. !'., twit. ItCKul.tr price, $ 11.00. Now .,,. nishon lmd continuance of his successful career ,,,., ,,,. , a naturalized citizen born $ .,u.- Luksich is Aug. 4th, 1017. Regular price, $ S.oO. Now in the Florida city. in Austria. s (,() laiien CMiauaieu on January i Regular price, $10.00. Now Uinciai mention oi uie mciueiu .is Unl)CrtsoII i,as returned to his sta- - i $ -. Germany would like to stop but mado to tho Department by Capt G tion. aho can't turn looso. recruiting officer in L. Carden, In Weakened Condition. charge, who also, on receiving a re-- ! Bishop's condition was such it nai ConTho disbursing of pork by port on the matter from Luksich. impossible ex- gress hasn't yet put down the prices personaiiy, commeiuieu niiu ior ms perionces. for him to detail his LOT NO. I Three Milts lc I I and 1(1, tlitilrt; for. . $ ..V ' of hogs. prompt action in resenting an in LOT NO. 2 Twi siill-s- , at choicelt was eceSsary to carry Bishop suit to the national colors. A report 0 a stretchcr for ntU!Cn mllcs ov'e- LOT NO. :t SI Mill, ranging In price from $l(I.OO Since thcro is a woman in tho of tho Incident published at the time t,K, salu, (,,1G3 ani, Y thcU un(,er. (o $17.00, choice for Houso Mann is not assured of the was printed all over tho United .$10.00 brusl tl, tho amlu,iaiice. MaJ. Brown speakership. States, and was the subject of muoh B.ll(j jjIs,n0,, complained of gastritic comment. Several national patriot- - nn(i intestinal trouble. Tho price of eggs is coming down ic hocleties have taken note of the Also Carson & Co.'s line of FURS w,nn i.roobstel. who was tho first and by spring the hens probably can Incident and letters of commenda-- , buying ot the searciicrs (0 ntnl Col. BUhop, afford to- set. to the gave a detailed story here today of lion have been addressed While going through the sport Treasury Department and to Luksich. tho finding of the olliccr. signed by T T fitt,wl fr1 Tllulinn nlmtif of A letter of commendation columns we discovered a write-u- p w c-- IiAXKKX8Iin. i of 0 . clock nI. A. J. Peters, Assistant Secretary Thursday evening, m ho said. Polo In the Post, ft In th, Is8U0 w,n bo found tno nn" tho Treasury was made public here "Ho was "ounccment of W. C. Blankcnshlp Millions await inventors but the iinder a bush In an arroyo, wet to the c .roan who perfects a sentiment mold-c- r bone, and nlmobt speechless. Thon" a ca'Hdat 'or tho nomination will be both the richest and PRESIDENT IS URGED TO first thing he did was to ask me whou,on th" epuWlcan ticket for Clerk DIET 1 was, and what I was' doing outof the 01,l Coun,y Court- TRY mightiest of them all. there. Then he askt-- me to make j Mr- - Blankcnshlp does not need a to tho voters of thlf Washington, Jan. 23. President him a cigarette. No matter whether foreign diploI Introduction y Bishop' hud sprcid his coat cou,lt'' hnvlnB Mrvcd tho pcoplo L to try permats were implicated or not that Wilson was urged Vol. diet used by in a depression to catch rainwater."'1 fllcient and honest mannor dur "leak" must really and truly ba sonally a branded, "Made in America." a squad of Nw York policemen to (conflicting, points of vlotv. THE SOLITAIRE CHAMPION "Ho said that after Lieut. Robert- - ,,n thc "ast thrco cn aml ,l0 now TJ.nr. ' demonstrate how inexpensive menus koii liatl lfft Ii tin Inst Wpiinnmliiv asks an Indorsement at the hands or are certain terms of exclusion. But .mprov-- , mny mluco tho hlRh COFt of living. I no man who u.seovers an mmalug t0 press on for help, ho had tho party to which liu belongs, that Illinois Man Has Phtjcd IW.OOO thero are also certain terms of In . flro ,,, bulIt ho may stand for ed substitute for tho word "kidding' Mra. Kuia McClary. agent for tho .... ,,. Games' mid Still 1'Iiijh elusion 300 Wo add nothing to what Is gen should bo pensioned for lifo and a movement, suggested that tho exper- - was extinguished by heavy rain. He Tho word 'gentleman' has never memorial built for him at death. iment at tho White Houso would felt sure, he said, that Robertson orally known, when we say that I Bloonungtoii, 111. The champion yet received a satisfactory and final nominated, will Mr. Blankcnshlp havo a goad etteet on tho coun-- , wou,i fl,i You and ourselves n't" of tho world Is believed to bo rating. know al Probably President Wilson's ' tr"Proebstel said that he and his com- - make a splendid race and again scrvr Charles Conklin, a conductor on th what wo incaon when wo uso the peace speech was mado just -j tho interest of all the people In a .'a' ush railroad, with a passenger term but from "1M1 do it if Mrs. Wilson will conthat to surrounding to show the people that ho could sent." Mrs. CcClary quoted the Pros-- , panIons ,iulu a Iiro on cach Fllo of faithful manner. . in run between Chicago and St. it with words is stnothor and 11 difthe rcscued marii, wrapPing him in prepare a peaco message without a Ident as replying. She said she swoatcrs and cave him Relit nourish .mils. Ho holds the record for play- ferent task. "leak." Hard Record to Bent. would call at tho White House again ment. The rescuers were supplied ing tho game of solitaire, having 03,-U- 0 And ho we conic back to where wo Miss Hariet Klencr, of this city Thursday and bring with her a with condensed milk, and on this, a tu his credit. Ohio county politicians are beginstarted. A Boy Scout Is a geutlo-mu- n prepared by experts con- llttlo coffee and toast and beef broth very pardonably boasts of a rccorl Ho Is out to play 100,000. When ning to toss their hats into tho ring menu to be and, believe us, thero is nonected with tho movement especial- made from fresh meat, ho subsisted which few can equal. Sho has taught ho completes this number he may where In g tho world, a better and it will not be many moons from the time ho, was found until for threo years and worked In tin glvo up tho pastime. Then again, announcements begin to appear ly for the President's use. nor a nobler finish. ItV Sheriff's olllco and postofllce ten and moro likely, lie may the arrival of Surgeon Maj. Brown start to an endless puzzle. Gentleman, wo fast and furiously. years, making practically thirteen Oppose Extra Session. and his soldiers Saturday. uako it a million. His first ganto have, and lomo of us think wo years continuous scrvlco without the as played Bardstown, Ky.. Jan. 24. At a in 1S97. Tho Louisville girl who waded Inknow. But, to defining him. or laloss of a single day on account of meeting of tho business men Of IlKYAX DISAPPROVES SPEECn suigame beling him, or anyways chloroformHo plays tho 'banker's" to the waters of tho Ohio with tdekness. Miss Hariet Is pcrhapj iscd in many gambling houses. to take action In regard MADE BY PRES. WILSON cidal intent but found tho wator Bardstown ing und sticking a pin In him It known by moro people than any oth'hero nro various ways of play- - can't be done. It's Intuitive. too cold, probably knows how to sym- to the new tax measure proposed by U'a Madison. Wis., Jan. 23. "The er lady within Ohio county, duo to ng I'olltalre, pathize with tho beauty that posed tho Tax Commission, held at tho but most players bred In tho bone. A man Is.or ho Is court house, the Hon. B. P. Grlgsby, President's message is a wonderful- her servico in public office. game tho most not. And thcro you aro. Ind tho banker's for September 'morn. Sr., president of the Bardstown Com- ly eloquent appeal to the nations at tM 'nating. In tho gambling houses The Hoy Scout has a creed and an mercial Club, presided, and MaJ. war," William Jennings Bryan said OWEN BILL WOULD TIIE PRESIDENTS SPEECH. "nlly $r,2 Is put up, $1 for cach Ideal. If thero Is In all the world UNDERMINE THE PRESS ard In tho deck. Tho United States Is a peaco lov- j.uu flicway was eiecieu secreiarj. iJn an interview here "In so anything better than a creed and ing Nation that Is willing to fight Resolutions wero adopted opposing far as thc President's message sug- i "liklin was curious to know how wo admit them all, thoy aro all good Washington, Jan. 24. Objection when tho principal Involved Is suffi nn extra session ot mo i.cgisiuiuru. RCBts terms of agreement, lt is cn- much tho proprietor cleaned up on or Intend to be lf there Is anycient to warrant tho shedding of tho condemning tho proposed tax lawsltir0y S01ln,i nnj reflects what I bc- - to restrictions upon newspaper pit) tho players, and in order to satisfy thing bettor thnii an Ideal and as blood of her sons unci justifies tho and requesting tho Nelson county llovo to he.un almost unanimous sen- Ushers proposed In tho Owon Cor.1 curiosity ho decided to play many of them as possible we havo A timent. But 1 dissent entire ly from rupt Practices Bill woio mado to- l.OO liorrorn of war. With that policy Representative to oppose same. gunios. Ho learned that the not met it. by 'ceper was Invariably tho winner. resolutely ndl'erred to, and with an 'copy ot tho resolution was ordered tho proposition that this nation day to a Senate subcommittee But the Boy Scout has more. Ho Imprcgnablo system of defense, wo sent to Gov. Stanley. Talks wero should join in a movement to offect Frank P. Glass, a Birmingham, Ala . ' placing ?G2 upon each gamo tho ainrms let us tako that affirmation. Jjellovo this country Is as well as - mado by Chairman Grlgsby, R. N. peaco in Europe. publisher and tlco president of the player would bo given $5 for every Let us ask where, outHldu of It, will D. Wickllffo and B. cured of psaco as though bIio wero Cook, Capt. J. card ho was ablo to placo upon tho bo found such another gospel of cit"If I know tho sentiment of the American Newspaper Publishers' bound by alliances with any number J3. Coomes. top layout." 'American peoplo, It is inconceivable izenships O- Legal prohibition against printing of foreign nations whoso agreements In tho 1,000 games playod Conkthat they should bo willing to put On my honor I will do my host ninoiig themselves havo in tho last "BONE DRY" HILLS FOR 'tho American army and navy at tho nows of eloctlon betting, ho ejM. lin demonstrated that the player, 11 liTo do my duty to God ahd my ALASKA AND HAWAII , command of an International coun- - might bo a stopping stono toward on tho uvcrage, was ablo to placo but country, and to obey fow months been declared as but tho Scout Law. I ell, v;hlcl ecraps of paper. would necessarily bo con- - further publication restrictions and efrht cards on tho layout In each To help other pcoplo at till times. 23. "Bone-- . trolled by European nations and al- - establish "a dangerous precedent " gamo, which was only ?40 In return peace Is tho dream of Washlngton, Jan. Universal To keep myself physically strong. "Tho bill appears to go a consid- for tho $52 given tho house, thus giv- mentally awake, morally straight. tho century, nnd sentiment In this dry", prohibition for both Alaska und ow that council to decide for us country in as ono great champion of 'Hawaii virtually was decided upon when wo should go to war. erable way In undermining tho in- ing tho proprietor 512 profit 011 every Show us the man who can llvo up y (ho caiite. But as to how it should by tho Houso Territorial Com- - j i,avo moro faith In our people dependence of tho press," said Mr. 'an e. to thoso pledges and wo will' show Wicker - 'to help them by examplo than I havo Glass, although ho said virtually all lio brought about Is a problem upon mltteo. Tho Conklin then boenmo curious to you a gentleman, and, yes, bioadcn-In- g ' which minds vary. President Wll- - j sham bill to prohibit manufacture, n our country to help them by In- - publishers sympathize with ita gen- know whether or not tho average tho meaning of tho word, a ChrisBon aparently believes tho time rlpo sale, gift, possession or transoorta - j,iorslng tho European plan of relylug eral aim to provont political cor- tvould lo tho tiaiuo in another thous- tian. ruption of tho press. tor discussion, nnd In his recent ad- - tlon of liquor in Alaska was ordered upon forco and terrorism. and games. Tho competition ot tho It's a great big Job to llvo tu thoso dress boforo tho Senate ho advocated favorably reported to tho House. "jn tho President's appeal to them, second thousand indicated that tho words. But sou what Iuih beon aco policy Tho Hawaiian bill was then taken ho presents tho philosophy of broth- Advertises For IlunrlibocUs. a departuro from our avorngo was tho eamo. It was then complished. Tho Boy Scout Ib an Chicago, Jun. 24, Scanners of that ho determined to play 100,000 asset, not u toy. of speaking and acting for ourselves, up and tho main features of tho Alas- - icrhood nnd and this Is voro as- games, commencing In 1897. Ho in other .worls (go!ng alono, for a kan bill written Into lt after tho com-- 1 inconsistent with tho proposition that holp wanted columns y Tho Boy Scout is recognized ns 11 poacp .ajlljihcp with nations of Eu- - mltteo had eliminated provisions it bo backed up by a larger display tounded by reading "thrco humbacks finished his ninetieth thousand gamo center of responsibility. rope. vo agroQ witu mr. uryan ' mat wouiu iiiuko proamnion uepenu- - 0f forco. In other wordB, tho I'roi wanted; easy work, steady and pro- on May 21, 1914.' Tho Boy Scout volunteers aad upon petitions of tho Hawaiian ident has sown wheat and tares to- fitable, if competent." m that such an alllanco would bo leads. Inquiry devoloped that tho criptroracly dnngeropa'to Amorlcan faeaco ' peoplo. gether. I hope that tho Senate will Tho Hoy Scout.' Tho Boy Scout can not vote. But and welfare With Europo locked approve ot tho wheat and reject tho ples wero wanted to operate certain What in a Boy Scout? ho is a citizen In tho making. Souio machines in an cnvclopo factory In tb most mammoth strugglo of all Drowned In Pond. Well, first ot all, he's a gentle day his voto wll count. tares." whoro delicacy of touch rathor than man. Ellzabcthtown, Ky., Jan. 23.- - -- Ellimes and with neither warring Bldo ti In tho vernacular, wo havo tho "having ttceomirtliihed a slnglo purposo inor Aldoy, 21 years old, was drowned MOTHER KILLS SELF strength was required. What 1b a gontlernan? words Ho'o a good scout. Thoy AND THREE CHILDREN "You see," said ono of th firm for which tho war was launched even in a pond, six miles cast of here, , Well, first of all, he's a Boy aro ulways a compliment. Always seeking tho men, ''tho glrlo havo Scout. temporary peaco talk at present while skating. Tho lco gave way they convey a salutation. eeemrV premature to say nothing ot under him und Hobart, Okla., Jan. 22. Mrs. J. been operating these machines. Now beforo nsslstanco This is no excrcisu in rhetoric or On tho seventh birthday of tho Doy making lt permanently universal. It counld reach him ho was dead. Tho W. Worrell, 40 years old, wifo of a wo must operate night as well aB day philosophy, either. Scouts, wo would give them tho may bo that tho President delivered body wus recovered. Funeral Ser- farmer near Mountainvlew, Okla., and cannot employ women for tho This Ih nn attempt to find out lf wo were free of their lore. bia 'addrs at this particular timo vices will probably bo conducted ut killed herself and thrco children yes- night work. A normal mau in too what actuully.-an- d basically, and in But wo are not. Wo can only shout .JLY ns a uo'rt ot reply to tho refusal ot tho local Catholic church. Young terday, according to word reaching strong and Is apt to ho too clumsy. tho rough Is a Roy Scout. Thcro at a distance. Wo aro tho tucrcbt A hunchback Is goucrally a delicate aro different waytj of arriving at an carth-wofmShe took the Allies to dlscuts peuco hut its Aldoy Is survived by his pa rent i and hero And thoy soar. ' to a raviuo on tho farm, It was worker." If it is the several brothoru and sisters. effect la problematical. answer. Thcro aro dlfforcot, and Herald. Hartrora-rcepuDiioein. CARSON & CO.'S . '' J M-- lower Prices Better Hurry! yet our time to Coats. Coat Suits Furs. arc Ladies' Coats at than what they cost. v j h in-- cf - J I '- Cvim-'corlarx- Ladies' Coats j ; - ; ' ir, Children's Coats ' , -- ! i , lf-- Ladies' Coat Suits - i , ( sec elsewhere. half-sittin- g, half-recllnl- to-da- y. Carson 6c Co. Hartford, Ky. .,. uni-vere- aj - j be-fo- ro begln-glnnln- j j i1 , lifo-tlm- sa-In- to to-da- s. Lou-If.vll- lo if? U - ntTSjsl SL t.i rrrrr. House ami lot tn Hart-forCheap nt $3rTo. Apply at this 13tf office. Mrs. A. ItoherlHou hns returned to Owensboro after u vlxlt with her daughter, Mrs. A. C. l'ortcr. Hnlo For u! tny riuko McFluko.) lloi'M) Dr. Wanted. WLmmmimimmm..L...... -- . fBBmtmmmtmmmmmBmmmiMXXiXXSXZ5Z53lZZ,ZXZZZZZZZZ? i h - , 4 Overcoat Reduction!! men's and boys' i Overcoats has been greatly reduced during this cold snap, but in order to clean them up entirely Our stock I 8 j, production, you will do well to take advantage t of these low prices. If interested t call and see them and remember b that it pays to trade with a house that saves you money. At Accompanied by Mrs. Hunter Mr. I sei that a French veterinary ('. O. Hunter, cashier of the Hani; of Burgeon has discovered n method by Hartford, left Tuesday for Jackson- which he cm take the bray out of o? ville, Fla., where he will upend lilt tho army mule. I'd chip In about j vacation. two bltt to have a dozen or so of When you are In need of now and Ldonkeys In this hamlet made bray- - JS Furniture don't fall to ko less. to the store that hit 8 the goods and ((M)d-llcan save you money. j We've hung up tho following card acton imos., f our private office: "Wo love every In 29t2 Hartford, Ky. It WILL PAY: body,, we especially enjoy your comBring your laundry to tho Qucen'8 pany, appreciate your business and Restaurant, agents for tho White Hens i 15!c like very much lo linvo you around, SatSwriiiii Laundry, c." Evuusvlllc. but pleaye don't neglect your own af- 4i young and old Laundry callisfaction gunruntced. Special fairs and discommode, yourself too ed for Monday mornings. Ducks j J2c 301C much for our special plcasuro but attention to rural customers. j Geese remember flint you are at liberty j Wo liave a full line of new Hugs to go when entirely ready, but If you I on display which wu arc offering at must go now, please call again." We have opened a house in Rnekport and ! Jj very low prices. Come early and $15.00 Overcoat, now j will pay highest wish prices at all times. Poultry J get first selection. Muck Fogle hajs ho Is perhaps ACTON nuos., j must always be free of feed. holder of tho very lowest olllce in $12.50 Ovoieout.s, now Hartford, Ky. these parts. Ho Is Secretary to the County Ditch Commissioners. Their The West Kentucky Seminary bas$8.00 Overcoats, now work Is all below tho surface you J? ket ball team will play the Mndlson-vlll- c know. Y. M. C. A. quintet In Heaver $7.00 Hoys' Overcoats, now fi night. It should be Dam Ed Dennett says ho is figuring on a good game ami no doubt many will ?." 00 I'oyb' Overcoats, now go over from Hartford to witness turning his livery business Into some sort of a cattle producing establishtho contest. ment, as he docs not have n fat calf $5.00 Junior Overcoats, now 'Am waters of Hough river had no to kill every time a son comes H. JEAN, Manager. more than fallen to the normal stage home. $3.50 .Junior Overcoats, now tlmn the melting snow and rain startlis- ed another rlso that almost reached Doc Ford says that when tho i the high mark attained recently, chicken ordinance went into effect' Jlltlvermen say, however, that the ho was a bit tardy in observing the MODIUi KUUAIj SCHOOTj this town and our homo towns. I crest has been reached. law and after his neighbors all put haven't seen nuyono under tho In- County Judge John II. Wilson and their chickens up, he didn't have any Curilciilum AriuiKcd According To fluence of whisky or heard an oath County Attorney A. I). Kirk were In- to bother about. elnco I camo hero Jan. 1, 1917. Thcro Needs of Community. vited to address tho students of the Isn't any placo for a dead beat or Next to a fight to a flinlsh, beWestern Kentucky State Normal licrca, Ky., Jan. 23. Acording to goods box whlttlcr on tho streets. The frenzied while In Howling Green last week tween two, J. U. McHrlen, school extension town has two nlco parks prepared mi, according lo reports coming from toin cats, the most exciting, hair agent of the United Suites Hureau of for them. And you know it's a llt- tho Normal, each ucquittc.l bimtelf raising, blood curdling soul-stirione of the most far- - tlo humiliating to see some good event wo'vo lamped lately was a Educallon, with credit. reaching projects undertaken any- - old lady coming around with pencil checker game in tho back end of a where In tho country was launched and day book In hand to tako tho Plows! Spring will soon bo hero grocery store tnthor day. when the Eleanor Frobt Model Rural acknowledgment of your troubles. Plows acd jou will need them. School was dedicated. needs and wants and your reasons have advanced 20 pur cent since An epistle came to this shop yespro- - for not attending Sunday School and This school Is a last year, but we sell them at tho old terday from l'up Thomas, Steuben- Jcct, growing out of an agreement church of your choice. ,Jast year price. Anything in the ville, Ohio, addressed to Al and Tins Lctween tho Board of Education of Now you understand thia surely is rami Implement lions wo have. l'up complains of tho work up there Madlbon county, tho people of tho a great placo S. L. KING & CO., but tho1 other man hau Ho lows as how they don't want a fel- local pchool district apd Berea Col- - beat us to It! ' It would take moro Hartford, Ky. ler to do much, only ask him to la- lege. A part of tho necessary funds money to buy two acres of land here Letters from soldiers of Company bor 12 hours a day on 7 days of was subscribed by tho people of the than it would to,huy most any farm H, now on the border, indicate that each week. Pup says they might district, $850 by Madison .county and for sale in Land with they bwliovo the company will leave glvo you more work hut In Ohio they tho house was erected on land be- - lemon and orango trees, 6 to 8 years 4 for Ft. Thomas about the middle don't have any more days tn their longing to tho college, but tho col- - old, would costto buy $4,000 jyir of February and will be at home by woeks. ' lege transferred to Madison county acre. Men tell mo thoy havo sefus- Marc!. 1. Somu of tho bos fccem the house and tho acre of land on ed it. Of courso all kinds at rVfige-Some doggon guy who Is entirely to havo had enough of the life on which It stands. tables, and pumpkins larger than For Oats, Clover Scofi and Grsss tlio harder and nro anxious for ord- too familiar with Fluke's very great It Is a school. There grow here, est weakness, unearthed-an- d mailod uro, however, snven rooms. Ono Is box cars Seed ceo Actoii Hros., HartfoTd, ers to .return. Now, my mind wonders oft after 29 12 him a nice fat fishing worm a day or Ky. All thofo who desired to attend so ago. Wo put said worm In a an asembly room, others will be us- - tho boys my friends who are now JANUARY 'M KKIIIAr ed for cloak rooms, domestic science, and will bo candidates to fill tho var Stevens, mention of not being equipped with snow-shoMr. J. bottle Al left In our drawers, tn our manual training, library and storage, ious openings that will present them- whose Illness has been in this paper, it was decided to postpone the en- desk, for future use. Tho porch Will bo used as a stago selves, before tho people of Ohio L., II. A ST. L. K. K. TIKE TABLE. was wery low jestcrday evening. tertainment that was to havo been for open-ai- r No. 113 duo at KUmitch '8:32 p in. entertainments. county, Aug. 4, 1017. Of course, if given by ladle3 of the Methodist 1II3AVKR DAM DKl'AUTMKNT. Mr. J. n. Haugh ana famlb left Sunday School recently. Tuebday, A farm of twenty-fiv-e No. lilO due at KUmitch 7:30 a.m. acres around I Vas at homo I would have ray Jan. 25. Mr, and Mrs. J. H. tho building will bo used for demon- - choice Just ns any other man, but as No. 112 Lv. Ellnillch .. 3:40 p.m. Tuesday for Louisville where they January 30 has been selected as the Ar. Irvlngtoa .. B:3G p.m. will make ttiuir homo In tho future. daftu for hol31ng the social. A cor- Barnes went to Louisville Wednes- stratlon purposes. A residence on it is I am for all of them. Knowing day to spend tho remainder of tho this land will bo occupied by tho Lv. Irvlngton . . 5: GO p.m. tho good material wo have to select Miss Claudio Wright returned to dial invitation is extended to all. week. teacher, Mr. Charles B. Anderson, from. Ar. Louisville . 7:40 p.m. Davuon Springs Wednesday after an Air. S. It. Blantou, general organltev. Creal delivered his farewell The course of htudy will bo .modeled No. Ill Lv. Louisville .. 8:35 a.m. extended visit with her sister, .lira. Well, I camo to California for my izer of the .American Society of Equi- sermon Tuesday evening after which after those in tho Danish; folk schools health and bellovo I havo struck 'It. Ar. Irvlngton . .io:0G a. m. C. E. Smith. ty, has returned to Hartford and Is he was surprised with a handsome nnd will bo especially adapted to tho i am gaining flesh and strength, Lv. Irvington ..10:40 a.m. from tho members. Mary E. Whoobrey qualified as preparing for what ho terms "a loving-co- p needs of tho school community. 1:04 p. m. Ar. Ellmltch Went to work first week I got here Mr. Henry Stevens is in Miami, guavdlun of Mary K. and Homer D. sirring drive" In tho Interest of his M., H. & K. K. It. TtMETAULK. in packing house, packing lemons and says Fla., for a month's visit with relaMr. Dlanton Whoobrey and Mary Madeline Miller organization. A. S. of E. Notice. oranges. WagOH $2.25 per day and South JJound, Nq. 115 "twclvo thousand new members In tives. Tho Ohio County Union will meet in dry. 8:45 a. m. January 24. Duo at Hartford Kentucky this year" Is tho command Enthusiasm Is high over the bas- at the court houso in Hartfor on so with best of wishes for all my North Hound, No. 114 meats, good solid recontly grven by the Natloual Fur fancy cured ket bill game with Madlsonville Sat- Fobruary 3, 1917. All locals are friends in Ohio county and esneclal- 5:55 p. tn.' groceries und tho very best Vork and Due at Hartford urday" night. There will bo a box urgently requested to send dele ly the (Uoth "Mixed Trains.) paper, I beet 'cut to your notion, go to Liafter for tho gates and would be glad to have ev remain.youmj editor of this A stovo that won't bake satisfac supper Immediately kens .Meat Market. tory gives a good cook a poor repu- benefit of tho Senior Class. ery farmer In Ohio county out to PEMtY CnOWDEU. Mrs. Geo. Urunton will entertain this most Important meeting. Salesmen wuntod to solicit orders tation. A poor cook with a good, Wo and stovo will lmnrovo and a good cook tho San Soucl Club from two to flvo nro expecting Stnto Secretary S. U. Tor lubricating oils, greases District niootlnfr A. S. of E. paints. Salary or Comrolsbion. Ad- with a good stovo will nleaso the th,s afternoon Hobertsou and Organizer Dlanton to ilCHo X rrJlollLlul Wo vant to urgo all our Equity Ml6s Mnrtlno TnIor has gono to bo with us at this meeting, and pos dress Tho Harvey Oil Co . Cleve- wholo family, and this Js tho Mud of It stoves that vo have. Don't tall to Jwung ureen to complete ncr sten i sibly soma moro good speakers and members and all farmers who ar& land, O. and Social Euents. .... ...... not members to tho ugrapnic course anno uusmess uni- - jca(lcr8 of tho organization. It Is meeting A. S. of attend at district The pocket book blunging to Mr. ;lvu us a trial E., Bcnn.ti s vcrsity, our aim to make this tho banner acton imos., Alonzo Mlnton lost here wvcrnl days -schoolhouso, iiiturday, Jan. 27. T .9 meeting of soma tlmo past. There Hartford, Ky. ago liu3 been found by city officials 2? 12 ladles are especially invited. We Care For Dumb Beast. Is much to bo dono for tho cood Friday in and the 70 contalnod therein renumber, wo announce tho In this Mr. J. II. Tappan spool .., .. iu n.. pros- - Let us make this meeting the bigWe havo nnnncd a hitch nnil fppd ul .,. mo luu miuun puupiu . 'nn.11.Incv nf Ttfr. fi.. A.. fT.mil Il.ilnli ..... . .7 . .77. turned to tho owner. gest and best of all. ..-- . Owensboro. Biauio in mo Duiiuiug recently occu- - pnt .or the nomination for Sheriff of P . nn o,no..o.,im J. It.' WELLER. WANTED To exchange ft good Woodward, of Hcndor-fcoMr. Ernest " A" secretaries are urged to send Ohio coumj, huujcct to the ictlon of County President t0 meet your wants in that lino. Leave was hero Sunday and Monday. young raulo for n number one good oIli secretary books ho that " S. It. DLANTON, ,Q..I,,U ' "- -so cow and calf or will r.cll mulo for "hero you know It will bo can bo duplicated with now Mr. It. I). Walker Is ablo to bo out cnt.li. Call on or address, W. Ei olectlon AugiiBt 4, next. Mjy Ralph cared for. Stato Organizer ones, and wo will t havo a very again atter an attack of pneumonia. ELLIS, tort ford, Ky. vao formerly an applicant for thla 30tf TAYLOH & CItABTItEB, book that will bo worth n hdnor and Is woll known thruout tho Hartford. Ky. great deal to dlstrlbuto to each local FLOOD tVAKNINO ISSUED; Mr. It. K. L?o Simmermun and Attorney C. K. county. Mr. Halph, If nominated, Commouwcalth'n I OHIO 11IVEK STILIi RISIVO secretary. daughter, Miss Wlnnlo Davis, are in Smith Is at homo aflor an nbsonco of promises his best efforts for tho suc' I Ixjulsvllle. J. It. WELLER, Pros. weeks, during which tlmo ho cess of tho ticket, and Is certain to BALTIMOUK I'OLICB WUBDUE three EvunsvIIlo, Ind Jan. 23. 1 MUTINOUS JAPAXKSK CtEV HENRY M. PIRTLE, Sec. Mr. Grovcr" O.'colo, of Liverpool. Iins been ntlondlnrc criminal court at make tho pcoplo a capablo servant. Ohio River continues to raiso h ro Owensboro and Ilawcavlllo. o N. V.. Is visiting bis sister, Mrs. A. a flood warning was issued y Ohio Count bm Writes. Baltimore, Jan. 23. Tho Asiatic M. rainier. Miss Deana Iloagland and brother, GLASflOW HOY TALKS AVITH local United States Observer A. L a Whittler, Cal., Jan. 1 1. 1917. crow of tho Jupaneso steamer HOME-MADWINDLESS Sprlngfliold, y Mr. Rninoy E. Duko Is on the Job Mllburn Iloagland, of Maru mutinied Editor Hartford Republican, Hart- Brand, who stated that tho Ohio R -and hold er, as well us Orccn River, will ri i aguln utter being confined with an 111., who havo been vIsltlnK relatives ford Ky. Glasgow, Ky., Jan. 24. Cyrus possession of tho ship for sevcrul near Hartford, nro now tho gncsts or attack of grip. Dear Sir: As I am one of Ohio rapidly for tho next three da a n- a hours before they were overcome by Williams, after erecting and operat Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Gillespie, that tho flood stago of both rt, . county's boys and as all men from ing successfully a wireless station .a "quad" of cliy pollco. Mr. I. 8. Mnfcou and eon, Itobert, For anything In tho restaurant in this county, will go to Boston to i Tho Japuneso chtof engineer, who Kentucky and especially Ohio coun- - will bo pascd Friday, ITo nrtvlad of lluford, were in Hartford Saturlino go to Tato's. Hot lunches serv- innko a thoro study of tho subject i Id tho revolt, had his skull fractur-- . ty, huvo a good feeling for their homo peoplo living in tho bottom lands w day and Sunday. romovo all property that might ba ed at all hours; cxcollont Hue of to- with a view to making it his life-'in tho fight for possession of tho people. W. K. Kilts & Hro., will pay 3C bacco, cigars und eoft drinks. affected by flood stago. Tho WaI EvI nm hero enjoying tho breezes work. ' Williams Is a uophow of Dr. craft. Revolvers, marllnsplkes and couts per dozen, cash, for Egga to erything fresh and bash River also la at high staga Callfor-"ontly.pE. L. Williams, of this city. He re-- 1 other weapons wero used and dozens, nnd sunshine of Southoru day und tomorrow. jnta, now equal und would bo called and is expected to start rising como up a radio station, byjf shots wero fired. Tho captain Examinations for Common School nd every OBhoro and tho other of- -, about the 10th of May In Kentucky tlmo Choice "family Pickles being conducted today means of which ho "talked" to the,w"s driven "- Nelson's Wuo graduates arc themselves in It's Just now 9, a. m. and I can hear thing good to eat at barricaded N'nval station at Arlington, Va sev- fleers and tomorrow at Mngan, Fordsvlllo, GuurUft Makn Dental. tho church bolls ringing for Sunday Front Cash Grocery. eral private stations In Louisvlllo and btaterooms. Heaver Dam and Hartford. It is New York, Jan. 23. Four mem Tho Harlma Maru was loaded with schools and everybody goes and Herring. 10 thought that a largo numb or will ono In Racine, Wis.' Fresh Dressed, Lake I a goneral cargo for Genoa, Italy. Re- takes so mo ono with them. You will bers of tho Second Fiohl Artlllcrr. 04 cents per pound at Nelson's Dluo tuko thu examination. ports conflicted as to tho cause of find no loafers on streets. It's a N, G. N. Y., who wero "eprea MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED Front Cash Oroccry. a heavy SINCE OUlt LAST REPORT tho mutiny, but a rumor persisted great placo for church. This town eagled" in their nnnory for rofueln: Wo havo just rcci-iviIs purchase of Lard and are in a posiMiss Lula Hiley, Owensboro, that; the crow, composed of Chlnesa has fifteen thousand inhabitants and to obey orders soon after tho rec'-nio- nt making an extended visit to tho fam- tion to offor you very fancy prices returned from tho border, Claudo Mlnton, McIIonry, to Que-sl- o and Siamese, feared encountering thirty good churches. And now havo ily of Mr. J1. C. lUloy, city. commenced to build ono ono hundred Bishop, Mcllcnry. at their trial by coart-martlliostllo wnrshlps on the voyage. prices that wo think will not ho of, y Charles T. Leach, Reavor Dam, to When tho police boarded tho ship and ten feet by eighty feet, with fif- nt Fort Hamilton that none Llgon returned from fered later on. Don't tall to sot our . Mr, Vernon ttm mutineers wero at dinner and teen feet basement. Think It will of thorn bud rofuscd to work whou oratRuth B. Wright, Horton. prices boforo buying. Bowling Green Friday where ho to Maudo their capturo was easily 'effected, cost eighty thousand dollars, and to dered to do so by Lieut. Frank A Cufflo Craig, Rosino, ACTON BROS., tended, tho Uoad Engineers think what a great contrast between Spencer. Embry, RobIq, t, ..tfflii'M,ar?J Tny wero taken to Jail Hartford, Ky, WANTED Car Load of Live Poultry NEXT WEEK! 7c 9c Roosters, ','- 5 jf ... 9 WILL LOAD we are going to give you for the next week a further reduction. Note carefully the prices: g g l $10.00 0.98 6.49 5.0U g s J."0 J.yO Bring Your Poultry to Rockport g S Next Week. g Z.3" g ALEX GETZ. 0. the high cost of , four-year-ol- d, u; t : JkGa , 1 Ohltf-count- Hartford Republican. one-teach- er es ... i j ... ... 9- i -- -- - I u, i, I" J."' ' r. I hef val-uub- lo ' r to-d- E Ha-rlm- d, e. ut ten-tlfl- ed at to-da- . !f ii l if H .! fc l mis vomica, twn Mono, hi coriirr: thrnrn with lil't , amniHP?35sg335 N ' 'i W- 21 pule to u stnKr--. -root, four ' powdered nrtca nut. six ''! f.irniT; thence H. MM, W to ounces: HOTEL I III' 01 J ptl lit lllterSOl'IIIIK Ti jounces; soiliiiuchlorlde.fotir ounces; Smith, Jr.; thence til' ill's mUIi H. IUMIUOU3 iiliii, iwu uraius. mix. J. T. Smith. Jr.. to tilt be- rpptltir nut of the nlxiw GIe one heaping tcaspoonful to kIiiiiIiik, four lots sold olV the poultrymen supply a finely i every 2fiO pounds weight every d boundary Where t'nilonltnliuiRC Will Pay. feed that they call a "dry inK niul evening for about ten days, north end of said tract on the I hi: land owner should look Hifk'o FVrrj road. Containing about mush" which is placed In a self feed-- 1 The medicine may bo mixed with :!4 .icrei. mill being same conveyupon undcrdr;iInsf,o purely an an hopper. This dry mash contains ground feed or sprinkled ovor oats ed if decedent by W. II Smith by the uuestlon of draining Ipr tho Hat land N tho Important one ti leof scrap, wheat bran, alfalfa meal,, or corn, which him been dampened, did of record in the Ohio County CIitK' olflce in deed book .til, page Kami and Home. Certain It Is that not nil oil nicnl and some powdered char-- 1 ... . answer. LOfAHEjWiilfilllL i . coal. Tho birds can eat as much of can he profitably tiled. wot land Tract Xo. 2 lleglnnlng at a stake dry math na they please. Th Hogs, Small ''units on Huretts I'erry road, corner to tho ffw, then, can this matter be set this Ir a clly lr;e goo! I orels grain mixture consists of two parts That the slzo of the farina of tiny above tract; thence H. iVlu W. 11 ttojiid, the r.vKiin lifjci Uic tied? Int. that tile cracked corn, two parti of wheat, country lias an Important bearing poles to a stakoj thence S. fit) V. Assuming, of course, It It tm la the htirtt ef Its I11.lf.ll poles to a Hlono, corner In the ,.! ...... j.... ... li inmn flwi tir,wli,.ltii,i ...ii, vin- ,ii.. w - i 12 tint,countrymtn. ii(.i, ..ii. j.i.Miitv.iun drainage Is feasible from mi enpln-rer- 's i.i.ia nnn nnrt. ft n:ltft. Tlln llrV ' Vi. ., .i. l point of view, would lay s'rosa consists of one part of bran, two partn Uftlng of meat animals Is slunwn hy . mp,i - iif. .. muni- - tiiiiiiiii-- - Liu-. in I , i, rn tho fertility of tho surrounding of dried be scrap, two parts finely t tU1 investigation of the Department thence r7 K. 44 poles to a stake; He wquld try to llnl simi ground corn meal, two parts of alfal- nf Agriculture of the United States thence X. .1.! W. Ii Vi poles to a stako i wintry. part of char- -' cheap cattle and sheep were possl-coa- on Huffs llrnitch; thence with said lar soils which are well drained, cith- fa meal and t These mixed feeds cause bio In the United States Just so long branch as It meanders to the liar-reter naturally or artificially, and which Ferry road; thonce with th of eggs. Oree-- i n9 wide ranges existed!!! Die West !.,... .,.. L.'.. ...... M.....I , ,1... 1.....1. heavy production If tho are under cultivation. , ...... I. - .. . . ., IliU I"!""!" I VHJ IUIIII ,f four acres, ui late years wwi tnc nreaKiiig up t,itlRl containing about country Is poor and Hit sprouiiM oats nun corn bhku " t jj f the ranges Into smaller farms, ' and being tho same land upon which fed to advantuge during tho winter. d soils art cultivated Th; rowtiatm ti rrffnrt. M- - Smith necessary that tho poultry tho production of both beof and unit- - l'. lived at the time of bin t and tctful Known to be undesirable, he would It Is not lit place, local cm on IVnn)ania , house should be kept warmer than t,i have decreased, while the pro- - ,,tM,h nml kl"lw "s tlu bo slow to Invest much in II Mtrctt, Avenue, Uih ami The ,,llct, temperature. r pork has been on the In- k driirablr liliuat-lrSlat?! "john t" ' and such soils are by tin the outside ma1it bridal ioirlrr, touristr lor chickens will, of course, generato crease. Kvery civilized nation has Smith, Sr., and which deed of par- means rare either in Kast or Middle and parliri, comcnliiiiu. On the other hand, if some heat and this heat should not Rom, through practically this same tltlon is of record In deed book 31, Tennessee. Ut I'owhatali atttacti the d soils, while not con- be lost .through the entrance or experience in the production of meat Pge 20.1, Ohio County Clerk's of the rruulc of cull uic and ulucation. Kach of said tracts to be sold lice. course, animals. Farm and Family, In rrciMiniiy ta Sulr, War ami sidered to be the equal of other lain!, drafts. Tho chickens, of 'subject to tho homestead luttreststof Navr l)fl'ailiiniit, alo to n.nf . keep .( point lii.t. tful inttrrit, whether upland or bottom, are rec- have on their new coats and can There Is more Catarrh In this section of the widow, Mjrtle Smith, therein. niakr tln Imrl oitcially fairly warm If they are properly the country ognized as productive. Htulerdralnage put than all otlior to a iltsciimmatiiif pub. The purchaser will bu required to toKctlicr. and until the Inst few year lie might be highly profitable, especial- housed. Above all the iloor and the wan should groat Htippooii to be incurnbK Kor a execute bond with approved security Tho Ponhitan e!IM foom ly as It docs not take a great return Interior of the poultry house It u immediately after sale. ,., niiinj jenra dueturn liroriounceil , wuli i!tU(hcd biih at 51.50. is imire iuum local illornff nml nrcscrllioil loenl reme- $7. tO and up Xcvrcn itiUi priof HO iiry. uampuess day of Jnniiary.1917. This, the to pay lntere.it on an investment lif, .mil l tuiiainiiily falling to cure vate bath. XI SO. SlOv) ..! up. man toui. d ,i OTTO C. MARTIN, with local treatment. Iironminced It Incur- twenty to forty dollars per acre. W'flc fur uoWIci vriiti mil,, The cockerels that are Intended .ible. Science lms pro en Catnrrli to be ii 29t.1 Master Commissioner. lands which are highly proui5caie, ami inereiorc n1' M. I.. Hen r!n. Attorney cuFPorn m u vrs. for market should now be dispose imlri's cnnstllutlon.il treatment Hall's ductive are found, for example. In I'.itarrh Cure, nintiiifuctiireil liy K. J West Tennessee. In fact, the writer of and not carried throughout tho Clieiiev & Co., Tolfilii, Ohio. Is the only b? Constitiitioii.il cure on the market. It Is has seen in Obion County, gray soiss winter, and the pullets should talcen Internally. It nets directly on. the Wi GOO- D.l.i.Ui blood and mucous surf jces of the system by tile drainage that wcr culled out nml sold. reclaimed hundred dollar for any The farmer should be on tntlmato They Itoffer one cure Send for circulars well suited to all common farm mi falls to crops, including rod clover, which terms with the poultry. He should nml testimonials. rHK.VKV & CO.. Toledo. O fy Secured cr Your Money Sack Vddrfis: F J grew luxuriantly without either lim- pick them up and mako friends with find by UniKBltt. T5e tA if SW ttiio !k Drr.ucl'-- a Trx i'bc, tl" respond to such Take Ilalln Pamllr 21 lis for conttlpatlun. them. The birds will u irainiti timt iiuimis men imlDn. ing or special manuring. l' i eitiJX"i wrr 't'l 'lu iriluri nu yMJadi-ilflMlaIn addition to fertility the phl-ca- l treatment. This .spring the farmer piai'iiuu.'ii riiufii ii, ia'i)i.vros fou.tot: l'ound a Sure Tiling. i fltlnc.ili, h makeup of a soil should be con- should plan to buy some pure bred I. II. Wixon. Farmers Mills, X. Y I eggs so that next summer he may he- Soil are occasionally sidered. ?p' cnainiieriain s laniets lor lms which need bettor dralnns" gin to...dispose of his mongrel birdsi tfl'lPa fil illciifitiir ,frund ... 1u i . t Imnnnli nave a pure iureu nnd uiiimuieiy ". wR Knock the Snots Out of ThnPS but vrhich are so sllty and "close' " ami liver ami says, "cuainuerinin s flock. natured" that tile dralnagewould J A r?Jflke' Every farmer should prepare to Tablets are the best I have ever us- J s JJave Jittle ertect. sucu a son ii m WOUlCS ivl" flit:ilnnlili ov. rvwhor.. hatch some eggs early this pring. found on a certain field at the Wc The Diillets that were hatched early s Tennessee Agricultural K.perinu-.ASTKU CO.MMISSIO.VKR'S StI.K. which were well fed This soil is very high n last spring and Station. French Dry Cleaned and Pressed In a allowed free farm range secured ()Wo r cuJt f,our( silt and contains huch a small amount and Superior Manner bugs J p ugln I'lalntlff, gran- an abundance of green feed and of clay that there is very little vs. Send us your Garments nnd Have ou the farm during last bpring and ulation of tho particles which, there-fc- if GUARA.NTF.KH SHUVICK summer, and these pullets aro the W. U. Wright. Defendant, Them cement together so that water By virtue of a judgment and or-- t. egg market at th- One hundred per cent I I but stJi.ds mainstay of the readily Is t CLEANED CLEAN hatch- - 'tier of sale of tho Ohio Circuit Court, Is the ear value. Special work for W. I present time. -. XovoI1)blr a) ,tho Icni,cml ttrm, lonq on the surface. This lieln are supplying eggs ifii,j, in ,lt. above cause for the Packages called for and delivered. O. W. however, underlaid at a depth of el pullets that sum of $".".00, with interest at the W. K. STKVKXS. this winter. from two to four feet with a rather oer annnm from THE ELITE PRESSING CLUB R. F. U. 7. The most essential points just at rate of C, pur t Hartford, Ky. roars- sand, which would ortlinarilv me am iay oi reiiruary. ivib, uiiiii Representing Continental . .t 1 vfltl fifT.. nn'.l nil x....f.- A. Ivn .Nail, Prop. per the nrr.sont time are as follows: i.nl.l be .pectcd to drain tlit land blrils sho!d bl'iim't ,n wItat'r for sale by Public .Auction at Marble & C.ranile Co. feet'- -, the ground water being well HARTFORD. KKXTUCKY. they on oor n Court 1lbe sand, lu nuarters where the surface of the , ., . ,., oi exerciS'i, mey must ue suyiiii-- n aiomiay, mi .nil nay en i onruary, " variety of feed, oyster shell and grl,. 1917. about o- -o tfclcoU n. m; upon . ,,., ,i,v uhoiild br ll ,, , " "" iinmiiiP mo iiiiiunum t: sand. According to tho wrirer's ah - "'" . trx CMtpll t ." Utter. described property,.lying r.r.n neint; m ft til, 'CfP.1V. . ," 'n.nrt "' A tract ot mini Eorvations a soil liko this is rare C. """"- - '" ,v V '"u" uiuo county, iseniucKy, on uic wan "' -- A Wooers, in Southern Agricultur- - '"' I'l Ull't'll ivivci U11U IJUU11UC11 ilS IlUlieil.l. n M i lows: j lleglnnlng at a stone on tho Ro , nu iwiui. Fifty-fiv- e typewriters. Lesort atKl rvoniwell road: th- Make The Wavhlng Easier. .Soy beans grow on a great variety south 47 5i B. IC rods and S links o sons explained by Moving Picno harder work in the ' FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE There is stone; thente S. .14 ' W. 30 rods soils, but do best on mellow, fer-;- a ture machine. Seven big DeDiolved In water for douche itop whole field of manual labor than of ' g, loams and clay. They do fairly 'and 11 links to a stone; thenco t,,,, pelvic catarrh, ulceration cud Inflampartments Hhorthnnd, laundering, when done without the tilo C1 r0lK. t0. plo,!C 9n npnlnllv those M7 .,.!! .nil mation. Recommended by Lydia E. Telegraphy, Stenotypy, road; thence with the road "1 rods It means lifting containing aid of machinery. Pinkham Med. Co. for len years. lime. and 10 links to the beginning. ConMusic, Primary Normal. Exweights, htMvy It and carrying A healing wander for natal catarrh, mo taining 10 acres, and being same r'or its oefct ueveiopmeui equippert teachers. Modern ore throat and tore aye. Economical. means much stcoplntg and bending. d soil, but land conveyed by Viola Hcrrcl and ( bean retjuires a u cxtnordiiujY cbmsii&a tnd gamirid.d mrr. assured. ment. Position It means extremes of heat and cold. Is able to stand more water in the others, to John T. Carter on the 9th i lnniL Trul'txlanTiiJrtCntauiiir. Duo.Mm. V Write for catalogue January, 1SD2, recorded in It means a great deal of standing nnd hoil af- day of than either corn or cow-pedeed book 12, pago 1C4, Ohio Coun-- 1 walking. It means exposure to exgrow. Under no ty Court Clerk's olflce, or sullirient I beginning to treme humidity or dampness of air. ter Daviess Co. Bus. College circumstances, however, should the thereof to produco the sums of money t Good authorities place laundering at ov Cn OS YEARS' . wLi.M. j seed bo sown on boil which Is satur- ordered to be made. . cxpcr.icNCC tho top of the list of enervating In Incorporated The purchaser will be required to ates! with water for a great portlo.i execute bond with npproved security dustries. As it is carried on In the of OWKNSllORO, KY. c,06( th , immediately after sale. nor, " 5i an8, average farm homo It is certainly j bwinRl ar ,ncHned l,.bakC- This 13th day of January, 1917. no occupation for a woman. Only OTTO C. .MARTIN, will grow on eoIIs too poor to grow a man's physical strength Is equal to Mister CoHiniisbioucr tho clovers, but will not generally 29t such a task. It would be far bet-- 1 Glenn & Simmcrman, Attorneys. as well on theso soils as will cow- TriAoc Manns VlfltFift tor on wash day if Mr. and Mrs. do DCSICN3 peas. Thorough preparation of the "fTvv1 TUB LADIES HOME JOURNAL, CepvniOHTS&c. Farmer would ewnp places. I.eti jland is essential for best results. THE SATURDAY HVEXIXG POST AnTonor it'. .- - n flit Irti rri't ln mn? Mrs. Karmor ride the mower, or feed ' nr .i ri n Ir u v ti iiior r.:i qukhlr ru'i-'Hreaklng should be deep and should and THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN 7pili'''t MSOOX iiiimmilri iiivrui Kin u r -- ill I. I'At il tho sllago cutter, or mend thu'linr-nes- i t'll'nt-'iillmuMrlcilTr mill be followed by a thorough disking wish to secure tho spare time of a unit on. ii ii 't n , ll i Ii unitini 'I'Hlc's arid let Mr. Farmer do that ,t to. I'lKM.M t.L.on tll.nli-'Tho seedbed should man or woman to or harrowing. ijkci it uoiicr, iviiimuii.li- n.", niiiio heavy wash, and tho job would bo art as local reprecompact underneath v;ith-oZfiiAVsiitt much bettor fitted to tho physical bo fairly sentative in Hartford and vicliiity, vl'vUZ being hard, and tho surface soil fctrength of the worker. Southern looking after tho reuewals of thrir A hnni!nnoly lllnlritr.1 wnrllr. Ijirvt dr. Ifc ' J' urnal. 'I r r c iy ciiLithm for three or four Inches should ho many subscriptions In this section, tJJ Agriculturist. Toin lour icoiilH, IU tsuMtyUI renin, ulc . loose and mellow. All clods should and Introducing thcto publications F'.MtM LANDS nnd City Itealdences ffillNN&Co.4D"'N8wYork bo crushed and weeds and grass deUuJl (Jffico. Gi V t'U NViihUulou, U. U to new readers. Pnyment will bo aro now lelling nt n low co.tt, To Keep J'ut'i'infta-- . stroyed. Homo and Farm. made In salary and coinmisp'oii. PreIt to bo so but don't e.ii'ct RutabagRS aro hard to keep vious cxporlenco is doBirahlo but not If you ever expect to own through winter, but tho following Is Wormy Hor.se.s !) Xot Thrive. essential. For details address, with your farm or your home now Is a good way: Gnthcr thorn and set Many horses lore condition, or fall - tuo tlmo to buy. THE "WITIS them in a hill with holl piled up to mako gains during winter monthn references, nox PUBLISHING COMPANY, Independaround them, but Icavo tho loaves because they tiro infected yvith in 1712 WIl HAVB boveral fnrins listed out. Then build a small shed over vorni3. This is especially true of ence Square, Philadelphia. Ohio county and they can be them u keep oft biiov and frost. vl colts. Hoises suffering from worms hud for reasonable prices and havo toon this tried nnd they koop generally have a good appetite, but MASTI'H COMMISSIONER'S HALK. llbornl terms. If wo do uot In Southern apparently benefit llttlo from the well. U. W. Rouuau, Ohio Circuit Court. have tho particular farm you do- - Uccali. rAircaNS Agriculturist. Myrtlo Smith. Admrx., PlalntUT, (or Myle, iieiffrt fit, lmnlltlty ta food eaten. Biro WO Will milrn iilfnrts tn cetli C'elibrilnl marly 4i))r-rvs. Notice rcllabilitr bM III There may be no symptoms which John G. Smith, et al., Defendants. every uiy nu luivn in in wiaicu oinrs anff 'fc1 11 10r yOU. by itlrcct. Ciium-- s ir CimJi, ur ,nikt'millS,"a ,or Jlnro oul tint i Of point conclusively to worms, but this Kvtrcmo Pursuant to a judgment and order " W olhcr , ' . " trouble Is so common that if tho colts of bale of tho Ohio Circuit Court jr juu num i uiu.u i ir...,r-- .t MeCALL'S MAGAZINE """"'" Moie tubscrllvri linn tny otlifl (jihiot term, year when and horses aro not doing as well as rendered at tho November will have the About this tlmo of tho where otir children mi;aciiic million a inonni. invaiuamr, L.ai tho weather la cold the chickens of they should for the feed given, a 191H, In tho nbovo causo, for thu advantage of a Kod htgh school thl etylcs. piltims, dirstinaLim;, nil.intrj, purpose of paying all just claims plain kenliiK, lancy nirdlcwoiLjulrdicsiIni;, Kentucky begin to feel tho deficien- worm remedy may prove of decided notify us. We havo houses and tturio, rtc. Only t9 crnta tliquitlf, against tho ostato of CM. Smith, year (north iluubk), liiclinlln); a lite jutttrtv cies of tho poultry houso used In value. In treating horses for worms, deceased, and a distribution of thn lots for sale und bcllevo you An subscribe today, or tend lor tainnlt copy this State. Thu cold drafts that Dr. L. S. Uackus, of tho University remnlnder among thoso entitled select one from our list to your WONDEHFttL INDUCEMENTS toAnents. Cott.il bilni; premium catilojur blow through thu slatted sides onto of Mlesourl College of Agricultnro, thereto, dnd for tho purposo of payllklnB. amiiicwrailiprltoofleit, Addrcta tho chickens us they roost at night Huggests, it is well to keep in mind ing the costs of tho abovo styled achccau C3. ::s i m w. i7tt su. new ou tion put an Immcdlato btop to egg lay- that tho drug Is tneaut for tho worm offer and tho cost of this balo, I will WB HAVB n comfortablo homo In for salo by public auction to Improvements Hartford, modern ing, if thu lions havo begun to lay rather than tho horse and should, tho highest and best bidder at, the nnd it j;ood garden lu cultivain tho fall. Chicken houses should therefore, bo given iu us concentrat- court house door in Hartford, Ky m .m tion for sale or rent. Place to tight on three sides ho that no ed form as possible, to Insure this, on Monday, February C, 1917, that rents for $10 a month. They little or no bulky food should bo fed being tho rogulnr term of tho Ohio. coltl tan blow Into them. i County Court, about tho hour of should bo free from knot holes and during the courso of treatment, anil ono o'clock p. m an a credit of six by months, the following described propgreat- as tho parasites aro stupefied cracks and there should bo tho Call ou or address est amount of floor, spaco possible. worm remedies rather than killed, erty, t: Tract No. 1 Redlining at n black a tho animal's bowels should bo kept Tho best poultrymen spread j Succeed wi'cn evcrytbinir else falls. deep layer of htra.w in tho bottom of In an active condition so that thu oak,GOcorner to R. C. Smith; thence TINSLEY & in ncivous' prostraiio'i nnd female poles to a. biuko on N. E. 3S weaknesses they ate the euptcmc th poultry houao where the chlck-n- s etupofled worms may bo passed out 'Rarrotts Ferry road; thenco with remedy, as thousands have testified. They beforo they regain their vitality. A said road N. G horatch for tholr feed. Real Kstato AgentH, E. 1!3 poles; N. 30 i nmsli-oncpolcsrN. 40 n day will W. 22 V6; N. 1 E. 30 d frod tho birds a rnUturu of cracked bran Kentucky. 32 poles to a stone. C. M. Smith's corn, whont and somo oats. This generally insuro such an action. i It Is the bebt mtdtchia ever bold thenco with his following formula is u worm corner' on said road;nnlna in n ulwln. Republican Office. . grain rohturo- Is llnown Into tho Tho over a druftulst's ccunter. i llnu H r.riU. W. 14 - rum , which U also of value as a ti,.uc0 s, go utraw twlco u day, Then theso upy. Uoth rhone. s poles to a Wi Farm Department tonic: Powdered xinrcs; powdered Ro.nl inn - ( 11 .' V- .! s if IPiroirossioxnLs. Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law HARTFORD. KY. Will practlco his iirofvfislQU In Vtilj nr.il adjoining counties. CoinmecrtWi and Criminal 1'rncllce n SpoclaJty. " morn-groun- Hur-ti'tt- f- jiv,i W ; & t.'i-o- t ivxnf'sTimrov l'li.lnll hv or nic. i.iiiJt. Ilnrtt.ir.l K i.t - ... i STRATTON & MARTIN Attornoyn at Lnw CROMWELL, - KY. ( , ..-'...- ' one-four- th !,.. "-- ...... dlm-ase- s l. ts Will practice their profession In thU nnd djolnlng counties. Collections. votnnierclal and Cflmlnal Practice a Specialty. Prompt and vlgoroi servlco- Notary lu office. - t 1 gray-colore- under-drainage- ' ' S Vu! """' excel-len- O.ETAYLOR.CE Beaver Dam, Ky. Highway and Drainarjc Design. gray-colore- ' -- Gray-colore- 1 1 DR. 0, E7HART YliTMRINARY SURGEON ky. iti:.tvi-:it i.m, Olllre Jnnies Ta.tlor's I.lverr llurn. SSOSITIO . j M )a y jj 1 ci y oli:t.i.nl la vmuh PATCNT8 vur , O -- ' mki TI1DC-Mnr- 3 .. ... u Garments dllii en L41 riiiSFl'i , im THAT rAt. nw ?i-- ,.i. i hctij w n inw, tnl lir Jet iilx-- PASSING RSrCI'CNCKB. B03-B0- S a . r lu ti r " rracii-j- race , fm IVr nun- tluU Snvnnth Strnot, waninniTorM, d. c. . abi-orbe- d i- mW GERMINAL REMEDY Bt2BkK UuWCABrCHijEEHKKjl A WILL YOU TAKE OUR Trtilicen! T 1. for WEAK LUNGS ow m-tmr- d. or "" Z i: : ... '"- CONSUMPTION .., "" ,.,,.,, , " to-wl- . ... I pvcryWoiuau Wjiiin 1 , sn u l ou frrlint. A nulck iMbf for trul lired, enmr'u, iuin In .licl. nli;ht twratt. licmor lluiTi. woik lunE ur cenmmption. II It Jon , not help ou It cotli you nolhipi. OHIO MEDICAL CO, FOR ONE MONTH SS. JS?.."8, .,nr Hook-keepin- KKLLthe .. -- and CURE the LU&C5J couch rnicE WITH I well-draine- Or. King's as New Discovery ioo a mca Trial Boltre Free AND ALL THROAT AND LUNO TROUBLES. run I It ixy.w OLDS L7ANIH. laUARANTEED ATISFAOIOKY OR MONEY REFUNDED. W.BCT ( 3H KKLrLraUM ) . . jSEJffl I E, Real I ar.lhllir UCl-lV- - ut i mfmii pnocunr;oAtioDt:rcrioEn.1kn'njr. .I m.u Ll . UUll I t jir tj utialn i.a,uu. t mloiAi, Iivua-ropri..-ii,civn ALL 3. ;j.v i .' rUBili C0UriTnin: - 1.14. Jlon U , .-- m Pitwt Pricllta Dc!u.!vc'. Wrt rir i t u- W 710 Llzllk t'.rwt, ntir UaltM Cutu fituit C'tc WACITINCTON, D. C. fi 4 n. 4, BEJUERPED ' s. Ces'-atloi- ut POPUL&KCHAMCS TViAGAZTNFi 300 ; ARTICLES-3- 00 to-wl- BAINEIT lecirtc Hitter ILLUSTRATIONS r- KKhP Informed of tho World's ProBttas In Mcclianle nnd Invention. For ,, . ui.iii uuu oun miu aii tne family, jt npixnJu lonllc4ascj-O- Id and Younir-.Mnml Women. tuaiiiuiarorlluJUiirailiiii lutlioutuiidaol Our rurilrn jiiucuii( mo i cn.ir.iiur i ji lu. wntiU "" ;.iv. tUIUM imiw und lulurv.linn and It la en Vyrittcn So You Can Understand It 0paiiont ('ill fa.l urnlala. I'lZ.mf'f''?lorbuup HorkuudfunJ wuya tut Uui Mt a u!rT.Z.i.t??.""i? VI. OU PER VCAB . cw t l'r .T luii I'ofa and well-salte- o .Hartford, for kidncy.l1ver and stomach trouble: limlloMlurlLMixujl1L'wirunUbirUw"il . naurraur, ... " ? " -- -- -a j arapla cupy Mill titi POPULAR MECHANICS MAUtflNCi N.Mlt,Mfetn atnt on tuuul tf Avau, CHICAGO T T . Vaasat - - t "--i w itaarv ar- -' - "Suffj t?t &tt dlAA - .. -- .. - ,1 V : I "oo4 We also do all kinds of I'lackvmithin wagonsi Wagons! wagons! : : I SHERIFF'S SALES or Slate, Count)-Srlimil, DnR and Ktjile llonil Tax 'for MHO. , Mitchell, J, IK, 50 a. Westcrfield, W. A , .. .. 6.10 16.00 Precinct No. 21 Hnrtlrtt. iiiifore you lwv von should examine our hand mudo larin wagons. Tlioy run lighter, aro made of 1 thu vorv ht't material and last far longer than anv machine made wagon you can buy no matter what price you pay. X i t I t X i pairing, e.'.pt'eially the hard jobs can t do. ami I5e- the other fellow ng t t We also make a specialty of earnestly solicit your patronage in this line. Hur.-e.-hoei- and i 1 Kespecl fully your.--. JA.BRow6c Son : Ccntertowii, Ky. years cxperifiici- in the - Thirty-livi- - Kotlce Is hereby Riven that I, or ortoiof my deputies, vrlll on Mondny, l'chriiary B, 1017, hotwecn the Iiouri of 10 o'clock n. 111., and 2 o'clock 111., nt tho Court House door in Hartford, Ohio county, Kentucky, expose to public .sale for cash In hand, tho rolIowliiR described property, or so much thereof an may be necessary to pay State, county, bchool dog nnd Slato road tnx due thereon nnd unPrluct. No. ai Herbert. paid, and the Interest, penally nnd Hoskliis, V. IK, 45 a $ 4.75 costs thereon: K. Hartford. Pieclnct No. aa Arnold. No. 1 1'iwlnrt 5. SO liratrhcr, Illnne, I n. 4.97 Howard. O. I... 00 a 4.39 7."7 Duvall, J. V., 7 a..? J.re, K. M., aO a fi.15 Hill, lltll, 25 a 6.17 I ft. V.. I.', a Kcown, Mrs. S. E., 125 a. .. 3.83 No. J W. Hartford? Pieelnct 3.95 Smith. Richard, la. . . r.iiuh, Mrs. Mattle J., 1 town Precinct No. :tl Simmons. ? 7.1S lot S 6.38' .'i.s:: Hobdy. John, 1 town lot luvi. Mn. J. K.. 20 a Wrlslit, W. I!., 10 a 4.97 KIiik. IVuilel. I trwn lot No. ." Additional. Moselpy, J. V., 1 11. lnn?I iiiiid '. . . . 17.70 Cooper, Ed., town lot l' town lot Clyde. 2 town lots . . i.7r, O'lbuittoii. K. 1).. 1.. it ' 1::.70 FoRle." S. O., 2 town lots W.i'lser. It. 1), 1 town lot Yd-er- . 2.07 Stewart. V. A., 35 a N. A.. town lot Thomas, J. C, 60 a I'rvrnirt No. !J lleda. 1 Coisctt, H. W., by H. K. Qos- uott, Admr., CO n 5.2.1 C.CO Hoover, E. J 150 a Proclnct No. 2."J Hcflln. Hntnld, Carl, 82 a $12.13 Kirk, J. E., CC a 3.84 Precinct No. 2(1 Ccralvo. Jllshnp, B. K 33 a fi.87 Kvorly. Mrs. 7.. M., 35a 3.84 Prrrlnrt No. 27 Point Pleasant. Klrtloy, K.,S., 10 a 6.53 Itnlph. Precinct No. 2J Evanp, Dolmer, 50 a ? 7.00 4.7'S Norrls. Cap., la Stevens, J. IK, 43 , a 15.47 Tfou Need a Tonic When tharnime comes to you, yon know what tonic to take Cardai, the woman's tonic. Cardui is composed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act Rcntly, yot surely on the weakened womanly organs, and helps build Sicm back to strength and health. It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak, ailing women in its past half century of wonderful success, and it vt ill do the same for you. You can't make a mistake in taking needs a tonic to help her over the hard places. There arc times In every woman's life when site VimmJwi The Woman's Tonic Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark., says: "I think Cardui is the greatest nicdicineon earth, for women. Before I began to take Cardui, I was so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and as strong as I ever did, and can cat most anything." Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers. ....? 1 .... . ... ansr ti. (Q Has Helped Thousands. eamamj.yutMiunim JiiL i.rtrr.gurrtTin j ,adiiCT-regsBM- trtsxrviassisi3csssL3Kststssnsxu .Jit navtj3aKviizairSX urrKK moni:y & s X iii:j:i: is Louisville Tin- - (,oon im.ci: l)til Aim-iluii- losror Op-r.i- Hotel, Louisville, Ky., llnU-i l Main St., bet. 6th mi tin 7th In l.miisvIlM1 nml i:iiriix-n- I'luii. AMIIHMWN I'l.W (Willi .Meals)-- ItiHiiiis ullliniit Until I'll! ultli llnl ami Colli Kltmiiui: W.ilcr. $2.00 per single. L'.f.O per r.O Vro.it Kooiiis.sltlKli-- . "00 I'i'r Kimiiii- - uidi I'lltniv Itiiili: slnKl'". :t.00 per r.d Uoiimy single, ."...".0 per f.O ltooms r.nH)l'i:.N l'l.. iWithuut Meals r Konnis uliliout llsilli lull n llli Hot 7.". Uoihiw MiirIc. $1.00 per 1.2.'. per siiiKle, CO Kooins 1.50 per CO Front Uooms. (tingle. Honm 50 Room slnRle. IUk.iiih CO CO ::, day; day; day; irny; 2 2 2 2 2 people, J2.00 e.icli people, -- 2.r .MCll people, '1. CO each people, people. i. b I il day; J. 00 cacti anil Cold IliinnliiK Water. day; 2 people, ?0.7., each day; 2 people, 1.00 each day; 2 people, 1.23 each 2 nidi dilute llatli: ."slriKlc, Uoomi itoutns single, 1.C0 per day; 2.00 per day; 2 people. people, 1.2." each 1.00 each THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Cor. Sixth and Main Sts. Ihirope.in I'i.iii Only. ItiMiiiis Wltliout llatli. $1.0 and up; Uooms Willi IVhnte ll.itli, $l.."0 anil iii ltet K.Mlntf Clare lu Timn. Hotel and the Old Inn are located in the wholesale The ijUriU and only a II blocks wnlK to the retail dintrlct and theaters. l.Ol ISVII.I.i: llorm. AMI Ol.ll 1X COMCWV, I'nips. EiiHBHSHaHMiiKBMEBHiiHaHnHMH a YanderbiliTniiDiDg School for Boys 10.9.". Hoover. I,. C, If,:, a.' Carls. Mrs. K. I... 1 town lot . .'.".0 I'reeliirt No. I Sulphur SpiliiK-- .'.? 0.00 Ashl.y. H. M., 50 a 1T..77 llrown, I M., ..r. a T..70 Daffroii, I. C . 1 town lot Mm. Martha. touitjot 2.:5." Hurt. I'reriiu'i No. " Miman. N'eii;lilior.s. Mrs. l'.elle, 71! a.. . 13. 71! 4.7,". Taylor, . K.. II a No. (I Cioiimell. ? 4.40 IMvIh. V. !.. 10 n 9.00 i:mbry. 1'ostal, :!7Vi a IMumiimr. MrH. N. W.. 9 a. . . 1P..0.", No. X N. 'Uoekpoit. $ G.70 Allen, K. I)., C a S.r.O iSecsley. IV. T., 1 town lot... Ilratcher, Green, 1 town lot.. r..r.;" 17.52 Chllders & Iter. 153 a 1 town t Heck, Mrs. Nannie 4.55 lot I.a.vton, Mrs. J. It., 3 town 1S.70 lots 7.3.'! Smith, John J., 1 town lot... Picehirt No. I) S. Hockpoi-tllrown. Mr. Kniery. 133 a. ..$ S.0H 5.10 Decker, John, la Her. Mrs. K. P., 1 town lot . . 9.3fi Maddo. Mrs. Clnderllla. :!2 a, fi.2 PitH-hir- t No. 10 Select. $11.30 Cutler. A. P.. 75 a 4.75, Jlates, J. A.. 12 n Kludgey, Mrs. Idella, 3r. n. .. 3.10 5.1J) .. Morris, Hstll. 24 a Morris, J. V Admr. Sarah 2. 13 1'ears.on, 1 town lot 7.3G Smith, Chnrllo, 60 a Horse, llraiieli. PriMlnet No. 1 1 ?14.30 Ainold. 15. J.. 137 a Ilurdeii. Kobert, 45 a. ...... .12.07 n.iniel, Mrs. Nancy I)., 50 11. 5.25 C.17 Mor'ib, Joe IK, 15 a 0.03 Smith, K. I)., 70 a No. :i(l .... 1 I, . J Anntln, Ed.. 25 a Duller, I). C. .: llrown, Mrs. Salle .1 Lawrence, 99 a EdK Hoover, C. O., 37 a Harrison, Mrs. Nun nil, 59a. . . Hunt. K. M.. 37,i a Hardwlck, Mrs. W. 0 1 town IS. 70 lot Jami.son, Pilaris, 3.1 a. and 2S acres 5.25 1.70 Klrby. Mrs.NIJell, 2VJ' Miller, Mrs. Kannle. 40 a. .. 3.10 1.45 Pa) ne, Ernest, SO a 1.50 Payne, Frank, IS a Uowe, O. K., 1 town lot 5.01 3.10 St. Clair. C. P.. 44 a Skillman, Mrs. Katje, 30 a... 1.S5 3.1 Sharp, Dud, 50 a 4.5.1 St. Clair, C. F., 51 a 2.7S St. Clair, Sad.c, 36 a 6..1.1 Simmons, Henry, 96 a. Whittler. Mrs. May, 2 s a. .. 2,40 10.90 WeddlnR, C. S.. SO a No. a7 Colored. town lot . . . 4.80 Ilerry, Wesley. Duncan, WashiiiRton, 1 town WAm'tf;.z,ALZme"yrMnm'7&msr&K&K A .U?ilfrUMK3k ,r.SS!fc ri-i- . n .. "i ."'J W7..'r-'- - i. t I 'I I m:mmMwM l yjj2Mm VA tm$$Lim. i wi'S?1 -- at'iy."! . ,fliK v "U' y. v m.f RfS" s i i. JUfull of life and .ict:o-3- , tilled with the fire of fine inspiration and followed by 250 short rtfvries of adventure, uill make s "'"'XXi.CXX'" .... gYOUTHS COMPANION! Better Than Ever in 1915 Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Patje, Boys' Page, Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Arricles of Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best minds, the best the world can prdtiuce for you and everyone in tiie home. I nereis no aec limit to enthusiasm for The Three Current Issues Free Youth's Companion. If you Jo not know THE COMPANION lei u Bond you three Current Inclose thU Coupon with your request. ...'... 1 lot . . 4.70 3.95 Ford. Gus, It.. 1 a 11, IS Hoeker, ViR, 1 a 3.4 2, nines, Ann, 1 town lot Hawkins, Ida., 2 town lots... 4.70 5.10 llines, tiny, 1 "i a -. 3.55 Jackson, Clara; 20 a. ...-:- . 5.10 Keller. A. .1., 3 a 3.45 Null. Edward. 1 a. a Parks) Crit. 1 v 0.S5; Phlpp3. James, by Dill Phipps, 1 town lot 5.10 0.15 Parks, William. 2 3 a. Sumuic), Mrs. .Mary, 59 a. .. 9.31 Ticbenor. Ed., by (Juy Hines, .- rR. lue Thoc thi: o.i: magazines. 9 SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE .OLTir CIMI1M.MON. IIAKTI'tmn KKriniKICUN .. YKAK i'OK OXIiY S2.7.-- who tulucribe now, sendinz 52 for tho fUlisuci of THE COMPANION fur 1915, will receive The Companion . Home Calendar FRE. 52 Times a Year not 12. Alorc good reading than you will get in any of the monthly .tD BOTH ..... ELKTON, KY. into 'the befct type of citizens and Christian gentlemen, ltspationage is widely scat- tered and conies iVom the best homes in the Houth. Its capacity is limited, there- fore, reservations should be' made early. in thi.-- seltct loup of Place your Will help parents develop their boy.-- g H WIImiii, J. IK, Pieehut Jerry, Itaize. Cl.irKe, 107 a No. 11! ('.. 10 is a 1 14.27 Uoslne. $ 7.21 g. . llohlis. .Mrs. Sophia, 1C a. .. Hall Albert, 5 a lleddish, Mrs. Hannah, 5C a.. . Horrelh, S. 2C a .5.S.' 2.4". 4.3. - I). 3 a 72 a n 4.20 5.S7 5. SO Taylor, C. T IS a Walker, Anthony. 2 a Listed II) County Clerk. Wells. E. I... t town lot, 2. IS 1914. 191.1 and 1916 S. O. KEOWN, Sheritf of Ohio County. ('luiiiiliPi-lalii'- 'l acn 5.10 S.62 6.50 Get on the Firing Line mj. it sm i NEW NOT THE SEWING MA :NR OF QUALITY. UNDER ANY SOLD OTHER NAME. tn ta'cesl II' yoit wjnt inutknuw life mu Ciite uliat itik'W in lui.incii xaA Indus try, In indention nnd cimre. Crt mitof llio nit; ret cu the ilrius line. Rend HOME Ti1 ,bi H 25 Stewart, J. A. Jr.. Wright. Albert, 25 f.5 ("null Ucnieil IjtliH-tual. Most jg WIImiii, Ansel's heirs, by Ernst Wilson, 30 a. and 50 a. llwiviT Pievliut No. 1 1 .. 3.47 . Write Ameut. Kabel town lot Stlllwell, J. KoKim. 1 town lot 12'.03 Wllljams. K. V.. 1 town lot. 11.11 Dam. ? r,.l . MttTHENEY . liJ - & BSTTS I.ox A. Piivlnrt No. 1,1 .Mrllrnr). 5.70 5.3 7.05 2.20 6.75 7.33 5.80 2.20 . 5 H M I'or catalogue and information. CarRiil, Charles, for V. T. Cool, 1 town lot FUlicr. Mi-h. Jniui A.. 10 a... cri'itt niany liot- tli-of I'liunihcrlain's Cough ily nnd time It lias ourcil nu Tor ;. I havo fouiiil .It most hnokiiiR coiifih and for colds. After tukiiiB it a courIi alwayn disappears.' wrltos J. It. Moons Kot Valley, O.i. hi Ohtninttlile everywhere. "r h;ivi' taken :t Iti-ni- Popular Science tViemmitlntfrmtliisinil mntiiip. and muury'i Muitli. lifejy u. until the -- y 300 Artlclca 300, Picture. apd All the new Me nil fnr onlylJecntt. iiivrntloin In clPttrk'lty .mil wwlr. In iiiilcii iiliii'it nml acn'ijlinrs in tliopwort nml WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. Ifyoii purcliaM UinX Ittt 1IOMK you wlllv h.'t a llfu Hct lit tin' riw ynu jxiy, nnd will not have nn tnillexH clulu nf rt'iulrv. G3TI - Monthlv iitx-rI e ra Quality ? G)njldere4 it . ti..t 9mBHBBHEBBHBEBIBBHHHBBBHHHBBB iipvi: m Hlbbs. lot U. i: Hutuhit-on- , town lot Mrs. Annie. 1 town 1 MOTHERHOOD ?) mzrtiny moiitli. inclul.iu ri'liljT.iIors. noullry hoji. etc furultme, aiitumoliile loi ami huyi. It i, vrittcniu pliin Lnuliih f ar IK n.nt. n Ofnv St. SO n Y-- ar or wrilt iltnx-- t to Get It from h ... , I o;iulurnceuco Aiuuiiiiy, ssvi iui in ui lurry ttl i W T ymut w mtu.'Bl Ma it.tijtt. 4 tin I'Klili iut ... a. Ill frt rr n IllllUlllbl In Iillirr.' .!'... .ill. ..! Igt How to make tl.irlBi at home. WI Wm USE UV-VEHA- u the CllWDCit in the end In Kinf. Jw; ' mmiWBm WmaiBEtr 1 tZtt'E'','tBV'L''r:S:,iM!'' No Combination of Rerding' Like It and All For Koyd. Eutli, 1 town lot .McDowell, Arthur, 1 town lot McDowell, Malun. 1 u WOMAjTS JOY UN ftillirfliiniiey-innVlns.ftrtwnrln- an Menu. If yiitt want a wlnt: iii.tctitnc, wrllu latj our lattut ruUlozne ticfuru ) on imn:lu. The N3y HoniR Ssraa MscTupa Co.. Orana, M2ss,x $irr A The Youth's Companion C2 ISSUES W Il 17 fS .,r...AA. 'THKYOuina uimi'amun 1 tfincDCDUWUA I fcraatheEtt'Csec$V&yg ana j MTALL'S MAGAZ1NB 15' Prosi i La J7 Art4' UYYTj The (?vorite faru'y i pfcly of.Amftlc.i. J'4iinai ci www O.oui1 nl J'JIshu Art..p ZM S!..--rt .181, a tlixUJrul r, tli'iuK' . 1 m.MV? nml fcui Jmhs. biHti.U I'w.m !ci aU ii'S. ln. i u.'j.u Mr JasmiSf.i rraunvv V&tm&tiSf'r UU issues of ,jy McCaii's Magazine 12 UStXS AM) UKCiS fAlTEKK Tit w.U w- .- - 'TiKW Vi 12 t - v 35i ii m .m . f fulfil m.w .'" -; i Ibe nontWv Uiiiej, of I ;oieu t xtcnt luuiue u( fuufft n Iffo McClll Vtf J'illcxn lor U,iubr.tuiicft'MPtxrtavlil.k Owen. Mrs. Ccrtle, 1 town lot Tlehenor, S. J., I town lot and '. ... 05.93 3 town lots 5.70 Wright. T. S., 1 town lot 3.95 Wade, K 15.. 1 town lo Yohuiii, Mrs. lUib, 75 a. and 1 12.40 town lot . . No. 1(1 tViitertoivn. Prctiiiu't Allen Ji Holltn. 1 town lot ... $ 7. OS fiN15 Uelllu, Clove, I town lot Smalllious. Precinct 17 ? U.2S llrown, .1. V.. 05 a 5.45 llolton. II. K '0 .1 5.1 J Ellison, W. (!., 25 a K. Poiilsvllle. Precinct No. : ? 3.37 Evans, flel, 1 town lot PieclmY No. II) W. l''onl-.illle- . Wfilller. Chas. IK, 30 a. land HO. 13 and I town lot Preclnd No. 20 .Vetiiavillo. $ S.2S Itoarnuin, James, CO a 24.18 Kvaiib, J. It., 150 a .'. 5.10 n Pryor. W. D., 6.S7 Skinner, W. C, 'l'z a n!eakr .... Suggestions to Childless Women. Ainonft the virtues oC Ly;Jia II I'inkham'8 V'getal)lo t'oniouiid is the ability to correct bterility in tho cases of many women. Tiiia fact i.s well established as evidenced by thu following letter and hundreds of others wo have published in tln'M) coluins. l'oplar llluir, Mo. "I want other women to know what a blessing Kydiu K. rinhhain s Vi'tfu-tabl- u ConiKuni iiaa Wu Lecn to me. had always wanted a baby in our homo but I was in poor health uud not ablu m X &r w 5. r.vr m vM .... m .F use i For Lazy Liver and the Troubles o Constipation. Peel rlsht all tho time. Don't lay oil from work for days by taking calomel vp j wnen pieasmitj maw vevunx on your feet, wlillaielievlnijjour troubeasy to take. Don't le. Safer loo, anil tako inylhliur else. You 'ca.i't afford It. Elimlnatc.1 jKiiaons. clminsed py tern and relieves constipation. A ural remedy, natural in lUuictions, aura n. in 113 elieet, anil rerxain in Va-lill won't bo lonp: beforo JLiw completely displace calotnol m ecr V,1II1U1-1Liu " illUllie. perfect eafety. Every bottli 'lar-antewl, WJc Mid l in boltleu. fone unu ft nulno wtuiout mo intenofwta'.u b i of I. K. tlrlft!.byr For J. U. WILLIAMS, - Unrtfwl, Ky ax Yeriwu&d i ur ucif uwurm fashioned A safe, old remedy for worms. Scirnlr out use u vffri you. i.ul Irlo 1 V, lit- - jr fyy 77 j$r todoniy work. My mother nnd husband both urged mo (Rh 4t Prcliicl llrown, 0. It., No. 21 19 11 Silicic. $ Vetfctabhi I .did Comnoifnd. o. mv healtli ini- proved and I nm now tho mother of n fiiio baby jrirl anil do all my own houwi work.M-M- fir yrr conliuu. bctt tnlimnml IHErsVCUMlFL'GUc!! n Uitle 4 riWVOUTjrs THE YOUTH COMPANION for K mvUai K.'. Ihe 1917 cw Cn!uUr. S COMPANION. 9t P"l St. ", t,nvwiuw.i u lrecliut No. 22 OUitou. Dunlcl, n. C, Zt a Miller, Mrn. J. M., CO 11 Woolen, K. K., 53 n rioclnct No. 2JI Uurot-U- . Hlnlon. Mtv. E A., 2p . .,.? 5.10 Almond St, Poplar HIulT, Mo. In many other homes, onro ehildle., tlicro aro now children im'cuumi of thu 7.22 fact that Lydiu K. PinUham's Vj:titabJ 6.C5 Compound makes vforuon morrual, healthy anJ Btront 0.00 Write to the Lydla E. Ffnkbam Modi, cino Co., Lynu, M:ua., for udvlw it 3 12 will fc wnwwtM Wl IwlPJl- - w. Allia 15. Tisimons, 218 JI!iV t J Ciurjbt at t butu i' e'K tx irildm'l w0 a! rwiVt I'm li.nihni t't lll'uirilu-E- ... It S3 ijuvijii.j 1 Tna-iur- .3 iuiiniJ lbrai(lly. E. aXVtMOXC Kb. 4 5. FREY, m J ifinia Km " J "j" ko Vat ptcB Vt ffn- ' l J hv wiw iu r&i oaak i rm. cM .V Will Close Next Wednesday, If you Jan. 31. have been here since this sale started it is not necessary for us to tell you we have had, so far, (lie biggest sale in our history. Nothing uil he left undone to keep it booming; up to the last minute. While you may not be able to get; some things tlurUher.tellow got you will be able to get some things he didn't got. And YOUK WISDOM and GOOD JUDG1VIKNT is bound to suggest to aou very strongly that now is the time to buy :iHehandise at. prices quoted in o'ir sales bulletin. Only a few more days ol rapid selling. Inventory follows immediately and then Spring merchandise must go in stock at Spring prices, which means you must necessarily pay more. i hi This Wonderful Opportunity is For You. i. K Turn it to Good Account ! ft 2L 13 TV M ,5SP' mRk rv "rii" pgfc BRO. .- BEAVER DAM, KY. attracted to that which seems he--- 1 additional cost n'lll be overcome times, and the mental breakdowns FORTUNE-TELLE- R IS . And while a i.s mi impossibility main times in the cost of upkeep of thu men who havo been In the means at hand to build :ll ir vr i!- i- wooileu bridge, or even the trendies are other serious nsiiect'j I our small bridges and culvert, ,.. .run bridge, in the course of fort-- . FRI-WITH ADVICE) concrete, it is my opinion thr.t i ti sixty jcars, or perhaps n less time PAPER "Tim maimed. crlpplel. enfeebled when he looks jihout his one time, the long run. the cheapest lr;.!g. t(l:iy nothing of the absolute guarand mentally unstable will come to tried and trim friend, the white oak. r culvert that can bo made ir cf, antee to the traveler and his load States In grout number SIX IK IKS ARK TOMI AT'' t,u" has disappeared ami gone the way of crete, and while I do not helicv? that that he will not be dumped Into the, hecause It will be easier to earn an IT.KIX AIMU'T "StMITIISW- m:A is a necessity in small mud and water.and perhaps his cargo j uhfoki: county ko.i all the earth, and left man to tin I j existence In this country The fit- CK" XAKA.Vtl'KA. T KXtJIXICIIKS'COXVNXTION' a Mibstltuto for It in the building j culverts, say four by six. and under, and his team de.stroed,und probably test mentally ami physically will stay ' luiwiiixfi aniirix. m.ingltd himself becanse of the un- of his bridges of not only the pres- - over thnt size I think at homo to !'o the work of rebuild ent day and time but for the safety i ol the best steel to be had isnece- - keen decay of some of the parts of ing Kurope will make every of- lVkln, Jan. 21. tjuoer stories are ?ary to Guarantee the permanent of .the brldce of wooden structure. .Vol and comfort of future ceneratlons. fort to keep these sound men hecatiso in bulldlne Ti bridcp. the first the work. I am of the onlnlon that i.nlv tin- securiiv of the traveler .ml ' Roll,S about this ancient capital con tJiev will be needeil." unnrr-- OArr.i I TlROl a UKUIIO who j Sthousht that Fltoiild enter the mind within reach of most of the places bis' team a.id cargo, but bis comfort I ccrni" n... Japanese fortune-telle- r Dr. Ward sabf th easy immigra. t. t.. ....n.t...i ...i..t "" where small culverts should be mad av-- ! """u" ""' i"'-""" should also be considered. Tho .of tho engineer who pkins It, should tion laws of the. Pnlted State had lmt imim. Umo jiro It wan uW delayed security of all who j plenty of branch gravel and sai. ay """ be rather than aided civiliza'ytjs l.lfo n.l JM'npcity Should lie go tho absolute tins engineer who .can be found that will prove entire! erase wooden structure under. be-- . ho Wim a 'IH'I'"'atl'r l dlsKulhe. tion. twenty feot. is built lu the mud upon It and ! lit-c.ltiiI'.y Kiiiployln;; Modern ! T"" S!'Ke- - wl,0b0 "l,,,", ls N"k" itisfHctory and last for generatior cause It Is built for the temporary! carelesslv plans, or ithe workman "Had tho mllffous of Kiiropenns i MellioiU of I'.iriilgv Knllillsi::. wn recently Introduced to who have come ,.r,.,.... nr -,- .,,1 i.l - and tho who carelessly constructs, u bridge to come. (.specially do I think th to this country within. J'roiaant I.I by an lnlluutlnl Japan-wit- h tlt! last quarter rcmulned that It may tall and tajse the de-- Is true where a culvert can bf locatd minute it Is placed It bcKlt.s a battle !M' home A "r "" thy would havo. Insisted onat the In "' of warped ,,,rv,pvr the elementh by ln Htruction of property or loss of life. so as to havo two to four fe-' lnforiiilii 'Mr ! 1"' Ciiiuity Judgo Jimi. II. Wilhon was is. In my estimation, the same Kort irth or macadam over the top. In the son and ruin, and searre.l l,v troductlon of reforms lu tludr own honored wiih an invitation to read i ti murderer he would be were he AVheti tho construction is rwiuir d to the travel on top.aud eaten by worms hit. countrymen that thu new Presi- countries which have been delayed paper heloro the recent County to load his ku" pud waylay ami co over els feat. I am a firm beli'-ve- r mud anis. and rotted b the mud and dent Is a most patriotic CliiiHho because the discontent of Kunip, Kwid Knginerrf.' Convention at liov- - hboot down his fellow man. or dyna- - ii w.th the best toet water underncah. or washed away by f5t,',l"'!"- - w''"" "', "''Jcct In Ilfo foutul a safety alve lu America," ni(A (ircen. The invitation being ae-- . mlto his hoiihe and kill him an.l his to be had, and I also believe that the everv freshet that conies, to be re- - Is the reconstruction of China thru be said. 'ftlcudshfp with Japan, the latter bo--I pttd tho following war, prepared loved ont-s- ; anil even thouch ne responBihility of both the eiipmecr placed at about otie-hu- lf the Initial Ing the only way to wealth and pros- 1 ry Judge Wilton and riad before, the idan1 or constructs iKiiorantly, hlsi ui'i workmen become Kreater. I lie- - cost of construction. And dare ' IX MdVIi: AKT I XriiK Many complimentary re- .nnoratice Is criminal and therefo-- e I Hew turther that the concrete bridge sa, the cper!enee of the major por- portly for the republic. assembly. rraci:; i'.iii:k ka.n any bridco for that matter, stmuld tion of the people who use the public regarding worn beard Aillsis Ketui'i. the. be ls a murderer nevertheless marks jir The last Piece of nubile .id vice paper. be m placed that the undersurface roads always approach :t wooden "Thu const met ion of bridges and Nakamura ' X'- Vork. .nn 'Jl. The nude In "Tho transition rum no roads at culverts was onco an innovation, and of the superstructure should t oil bridge with somo degree of fear and credited to Koothsaer 0ttou picture art has como under Tang Shuu-y- l at thu all in tho early days of our country, like nil other innovations, It never a level with the genera! grade i the depart from it with gladness as they was given to wh,, like, the transition of all other de- ceases to prow. The first commun"'a' slnteHinan reached tlm ban of tl- - Natlonnt Hoard of road and then the grade raiM-- oi. zo away from Its nolsi- - and Insccur- 'Tientsin on his way to the captlal to Kevlew. It was announced here topartments of civilization, while grad-u- ity that constructed a brldce or cul ri cb side of tho bridge from one to Ity night. All producing companies that has been wonderful when It is vert was looked upon either In favor two hundred feet lu length so .is to greatest thought In accept tho premiership, but thure got "To me. the dipUmatlc Illness, which provynt- - are members of tho National Asocla-lio- n ninsiilurcd IhuL no nation or people or difcfuvor by Its fellows. If l j ninko the approach tay. and ihen favor of a permanent coucreto bridge " havo agreed. It was said, not to make iiiiiirokemeutB until necessity, favor, as the cmh' is, every one cop- a hen the waters come the bridge, r culvert Is that It Is a very great " ''' challenging (Sen Tiian for the pornilt tho production In tbolr stuJrcmirsdilp. leniandt- - ll il does not compel ies alter him, and the Fiscal Court 'bet her it bo of concrete, iroi. or stride toward a higher civilization Nakamura then advised Tang dios or photopla8 using such a fig III! MRIlt1. who builds a brldce that makes the vro.l, would serve iU specific 'mil .oi- and citizenship and commercial ad- - Sbao-.t: to return to the safety of tho are. Instructions to this effect hao i let the peopb an.t vancement. "lu the days wlioti linu was the i road In tter between the home of ly piirpoye, lloads without brldge.t been sent to directors and scenario and would bo e(ttally us useless as a car- International settlement of Shanghai KreateH nm-- l or man and land Jol.s all(l n!s sCi,0ol. church. the water by. the do ?o without writers. Action was taken to" "rest and sleep" anil wait for nfter agaiuH Known only to bo buulcd over, except j ,MM,t,)(llco an(i banks or flo. of riage without a horse, as an automorullly seat, must nat- - tin. bridge. disapproval" of such opportunities to fetch tlm pre- "widespread tho small patches thnt formed man's urftl)y oxl,et.t , bile without an engine. So our reliOIU) llmltT uko pictures was disclosed by an In vent I habitation, and tuobt of the Inland conditions for Hrnwn, Smith and all "When tho concrete bridge is (,net gion, our education, or advancement miership from Titan. nation covering the ontlro country. .lap Agent? was conducted on tho otherH. tranhiinrlation properly planned and Installed, it Is, morally, socially und financially oi of tho The Hiimf fortuno toller had ti strong men's should upon the permanency liorsu back mid i,r..,ll.lllii-- to '!" "thing of beauty anil a Joy torov- Problem playtt also has been ns llk(, a ii:dillerH pack, II was no , er." for. In mv onlnlon. the uroncrlv of our bridges, and to construct momorablo Interview with tho Into j1,ox ... build n oernianeiit br dsre or culvert. Yuan Just' before hV"Klzed by tho Hoard of ltovlew. It . .,..., iiurdtn to tho elti.cn to lake IUb that, go fur, as the trallie w,s a'""ii"ccd. iwhero ever needed on all hi una construetiil concrete brldce or miI.j them, ho Tho produc-ru- ' cam-- , Is concerned, tho driver will know launched his fatal monarchy ix (u bis hand end maUi bis road counties In tho State, vert will last forever. In so far ns tho association hits voted. went, anil !f ho found the roads of all the bridge only when ho sees tho tialcn. lie eiiloulzed Yuan ns .. the "ranch of "lltitt . .in he ,M,,,RS rto- - a'"1 w,'" " "" the . ..... ... it should be the highest duty ; mortal t.. " "" streams swollen by sudden fresbuta bat nimi on mo tal l0'il "' construction Is perbapH baniaters on either Hide, and an ho fcconu great ncro ot tno etiowKnco ,:,rt of and pleasure of those having control ' unscrupulous manufac-h- e " lH" Kmperor of Japan being 't was no burden for him to sit and passes between them he realizes that tli..u tho of such Ihings to select the road hav- - lr' '" 20 I,Pr ce,,t 'rst Hero), and gave him all sorts I t,,r"r " '" "' motion plcturu for .vail until tho clouds rolled by ami Is Just as Knfo with Mi load, even Ing tho greatest amount of trallle. Initial coat of wooden bridges, this nssurancos that his n.onarchlal J,'c,,t "r i"i.orul purposes must ba It might bo tun. twenty tho waters receded so ho might pro- l taking Into cmslderatlou tonnage, ! o " Miimnwrlly and every movement would recolvo tho blessing iied inimtullly on bis Journey. Hut t a itnt imihfi ilium f.u iwirif inr. tblrtv times hoavler. as though ho f Heaven ' an.l incidentally Japan. P"'t oiTered to tho law enforcing au i""is possuuo "iui " ineiii as civilization on tho road any other place. marched nlou the' iuj Bethlehem's Bid on Shells and oven tho poor dumb beast that 'Hicbo prophesies wero exactly in . tHorltloti In tho suppression or mmh juesllon of Inland transportation and luaucui ai u do with the ineatis tit hand, and this with tho buncombe uttered by a bearb his burden blesses tho mau tlmti iiitercours'e belvcin ucighborhoodH A Hlntwiicnt lisued by tho Hoard leads us to Iiniulri! what sort of ' for the United States Navv .ind couutioH became nioro import-- j built It. as he passes over that water-- 1 1'Iilnrso fortuno teller, and between (,r bridges tdiould bo built "vlw nililwl. however, that "dls-lir- c pah- - woro largely responsl- nt. There tamo into uso tho sled course without having to strain inH tUom tho To Hie American Pcop'r prohleum. which an. oak, The Secretary ol thu uv bun ngl- "As aboi stated, tho holy! "lo for launching tho cart, and i.tlll man cot b as iml o out on a slippery lloor more ..vv.inlnl ' "K wl Ihnioiil thu Nation, ""l'r ' "( ri,llc" on i!IS !l amtriuts iiir.ouritiiu I" owr $:i.li')().(M)(i than ilghtoous. trying to inako tho tatlon to n.aUo Vuan tin Kmpcror. best ho could. Iiv wulting until the. HBtlnctly .llirerent from our to ii UrilMli bidder lor It nu.l hullilnr. Is gf And now that tho prophesies to ,u'l0"K '" .reekM rnii down and making lila ','lK wheels that carry his load ellmh an projix'tiles for the iNa) of irv ' Wl ' tlll country Yuan turned out so badly (he Chinese K"ry ","1 'IpHprvn dramatic treat or thirty to slty degretH In a roads t.Ioi.g tho lino or least resist- - j "''". much kintr )iriee glleicil li iln- as well us on the "l0" Ui"'t of any durability and Imlilers foot and a half to lollow htm across aro beginning to ask themselves """J1 '"' "" M'leen, nice. Hut ttuio passed on. and civ- "v,, ll,ilt wlll,,, wo HVC w "(,"lt' tho fortune teller Is merely (whether dlatlon aecoleratod her naming ami Wckiio, iiotlimgol the lm,ix upon tibii'h the bridge. "Tm' ""'t'"" plcturo ulms to pre- . a biincouibo artist or a clever agent .o utan's i line gradually liccame valu ed for the construction of hoiuei), the l!ritlh liuU were innde, but the HClU dramatically und Horloiibly, or Japan. (Juar.1 OMccrs. i is entitled to know the (acts upon etc., to tho extent that II can hardly If Warii able and In fact his most valuable 'VI' wlw.li o ourselves bid for tliij work '" daugerotiH roliilloimhlpH." Wtibhlngton. Jan. 2J. National iisscl, and then "he got busy," and ho raid that it la within reasonable the statement sayii. "It must bo por- l'i, o j cars ago wn took eoiitrai to Cuard olllcera wero warned by thu IVars lniluv of Kccble. tlio itiestlon ol' roads tiiul bridges tench of tho bridge builder. slu-ll- s Portruy ilfo as It is llv.od y to make 4,'JDO nt u against any j An Index of tho fceblo and malm- - "m,,, Var Department necamo a vital ouo, mid along the "Observation uus taught mo that price of $1,315,000, Up tu mit, tittomnt at coercion or tiny mlsruii- - ed la one of tho after-tho-wporlls '" ,"0 unous stiuta ot It average ilfo of tho character of 1no of vitality to tho t'oiumunlty, tho not u single xlii'll lint been icsentatlon In recruiting. Tho Mil- that will confront thu United States. Inu,,t "ot ,U! coiidomned. therefore. lio county, Iho (Uulo ami tho Nu-'o- oak tlonr that wo get for bridges In tin- - (ueriiiii'iit, by w'",,, U tiU'nv tht' "rder to It has r.town und Ir growing those days dous not exceed tlvo years, im luive expended, In itia Ilurentt issued a cliculur point- according to lror. Unhurt 1). Ward, ,,mP,lHl '!" good."' ing out thut thu law plainly requires of Harvard, who spoko before tho wuge, miitrrlaU, etc.. on tb.-s'ore ho fivery day. Tho o carl and I think It sufo to say that tho order .VJ,IUII, and wo liute not that applicants for enlistment bo American Genetic Association In New .nd the sled and tho pack haw been average bridge built out of such ' S. To Itolmlbl llrlglum. rocciyM a SC.IX niX.I.All on Informed that tho enlistment con- Yorlc the other day. iupnlanli'd by llio liusgy and wagon, tluiber as v.'u aro able to obtain in New York, Jan. at. Materlalu. "No ono who wires about the fti- tract shall bo for three years In tho engine anil all tho day and time will not lar.t with t tlirr coiitriii'ti. this tho traction mlnrp'riHli la O'MIUiu. a o ncttvo service and threo cars lu the turo of the Amorlcau race falls to machinery and limmces for thu rs' sjioclcn of locomotion, which any decree of safety, with tho do Uift anilru.1 iiiijilil miKq ur t t't fv UMitiu mrj.iill.lt " J'.T.IJli. vluw with concern tho probablo effect hnbltatlon of Ilelgluni will have ri'sorvo. require and demand safety in tbolr main's that trafllo make upon It, to in th.! Ulit cf our cxpcrieni'v, unit buyof the war upon tho physical, mental come In n lurgo jmrt front the Unit-nn"No olllcer haH u right to give eight years a. u halt. S rtlaht over our land find country. ing no other budv, wn b'd f'ir lOir.cf) moral conditions of our Itntnl- - ed Btntos, In view of tlm general olt of Uhrharcu rrlnr to tho .Security tipoukti to man and wuyu: ;ini cuestlon of finding a substitute uhelL) upproKiniatcly the hJiee rile. Kranta," Dr. Wurd fnld. "Thorn nation in Europe, uccordlng to tho re of nix years service so Wq tain't wtill tinlll iho crceap ami for timber anil At tho sumrt tlniu potiml uk that which lh Navy Dop.-ri- . tho circular udiln, "except will bo u decided Jncreuuo In tuber- - port of tho American Industrial Com (tjs! menl iictuull a'jr.irdul 'i rlvoro run tlov.u; wo win't vait on tn;l;ln a btep toward permanency vrhtri under tho tennt, of thut section cutosls in Kurope aa a rcbult of tho mbwon, tent to Franco by tho Ainor-wjirtho slow isoviuK ferry, wo tauat havo in tot- biilbllni; and taulntaluini; ot ronUni't one year n;;o. y Moro tubtle and Iw3 easily tea Munufacturera' Export credit hi fclven for tho peod hr!il:e:.',V JJo uinit liucun t;ktng tho jour roadu und brldce., confronts ua Kettilcticra Slc-dlaoaaw, which uro alwayj tlon. Tho agnail Inntillatloa o this cerved uti'ler en oll enllot-ji5lavoa-- rt timber ii.'arOjl'at Jauu whlcli ioild and llko till who undertake to CltiVi. U. MlltiyAll. 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