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HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1917. nll HCa Mediterranean trnlllc forthwith will bo opposod." mm UNITED STATES lu, A SUSPICIOUS CHARACTER. T FACING CRISIS $29,000 A YEAH SPENT ON YOUNO JOHN .IACOK ASTOIt .10. i f T New York, Jim. ly $29,000 Approximate- (..racuMANY launches policy ok November 13, 1912, to December 31, lUNUKHTIUCTHD Kt'HMA IMNH support and tho for 1915, WAK TO HTAItVIJ ENIIMY. innlntonanco of John Jacob Afltor, son of tho lato Colonel tho John Jacob Aator, who lost his life according to In ffiEACE FOR PEACE FADE nn tbo Titanic disaster, y by accounting filed hero the child's mother, now Mrs. William K. Dick. Diplomatic llelatlniis IStflwmn Amer Clothes and toys cost $r,750; ica Anil Teutons Mil)- Ho at$C,52fi; physicians' scrvicej, HciOTis!. Ii torney's fees, 54,000; Inoomo tax, It $2,720, ,whilo Mrs. Dick said tho liaby's share of keeping up the Astor (Washington, .Inn. .11. Germany resldcnco on Fftli avenue amounted Mjias declared unrestricted aubmarlnu to Mm balance. Tho Fifth avenue "warfare. homo was vacated when tho mother "J A starvation btnckndo of England, becamo Mrs. Dick, thcroby surrenth like of which tlio world never dering her interest in tho property fins seen, was announced to tho world and u trust Tumi worth several millThis was in accordance in notes delivered to Ainorl-en- n ion dollars. Ambassador tiornrri In'llerlln and with Colonel Aslor's will. The bahern iiy by, under tho will, was left un estate 99U tlio Stntc Department of $3,000,000. 'WCouut von Dornstorff. cam- d Thus begins tho Mrs. Dick enumerated tho toys 5iuli;n of ruthlcRsnoM, concelvod by purchased for tho amusement of her lYoriMllndonburg. it is bald hero, on son. As tbo child grow older, the Si magnjtlido never cVen contemplat- - vouchers showed, his toys grew la TlrplU. sire nnd Importance. to-dato-dlong-feare- a year was expended from Kirby in New York World. 1'vn -- . PLOT TO MURDER HMENSE SUM IN Mint figure. Tho commlttco also heeded, howovor. Secretary Daniels' recommendations that navy yards bo fitted to build largo numbers of cap ital ships, authorizing tho expenditure of nn additional $12,060,000 for thnt purpose in tlio ovent tho department is unable to make satisfactory contracts for any vessel in tho present bill or left over from the preceding measure. This would mako available a total of $1S, 000,000 for equipping navy yards. Fur the three scout cruisers still awaiting satisfactory bids tho commlttco raised tho cost for hull and machinery to $G, 000, 000 from Ono (Vessel wub ordered from the Seattle Construction Coni- 'pany soma months ago at tho lower llguro, but no other bids wero received. Another new provision of the bill' raises tho number of appointments annually at Aniiupolla to he made from the enlisted pcrsonuei of tin; navy from twonty-llv- o Apto 100. pointments may bo made whenever vacancies occur. The new battle ships will bo the most powerful war vessels overbuilt. They will havo a apocd of twenty-thre- o knots an hour arid carry main guns batteries of twelve slxtecn-inc- b each, iuslcid of tho eight slxtecn-inc- h guns 'on the four authorized last year. m POD DECLARES GUARD FAILURE TKIjM 8KNATIJ THAT MIMTIA SYSTEM 18 VICIOUS AND INDKFKNSIDIiB. ARE NOT REAL SOLDIERS Points to Recruiting Itcform School IJoys In Kentucky K vani pic. As Aji 'Washington, Jan. 31. That ht ts I KOIK'KIr TO KNGAGK IN Again the united Stated faces sev- OFFlCEltK TOM) TO KXPKCT fiABOK FOR GKIIMANH NO MKHCY KKOM NEW NAVAL BILL erance or diplomatic relations with HIGH OFFICIALS1 Germany with all eventual possibilParls, Jan. 27. Seven hundred New Y ;rk, Jan. 30. When tho ities. President Wilson's repeated ! ' thousand inhabitants of theinvaded and Cunard line steamer Carmanla arwarnings of "a world Secretary Lansing's "verse of war" rived, Monday from Liverpool tho KNGIiAND HTIKKKD AT DISCOY. CAJIKIKS NKAItIA 840,000,000 OV regions in tho North of Franco are KltY OF CONSPIUACY TO KIM, I'M LAST YKAlt JW51,000.000 engaged in forced labor for the statement arc being recalleit In thi following notice posted conspicuousTO Itll SPKNT THIS YKAIl. Germans, according to M. Dibude-vlllwith IpuUiirh of ap- ly at tho foot of tho main compan-lonwa- y capital mayor of the town of Corchy, prehension and misgiving. was observed: who has Just arrived from the ocSignal on Germany's action Is tho super-crisi- s "Submarine alarm: of all those that have stirred the ship's whistlo two long nnd two POISONING WAS PLANNED ARMY BILL NOT READY cupied region at Evinn. The mayor's estimate, ho says, Is American Government In two and a short blasts. Ship Is being chased baFed upon careful, serious '"calcu-- . half years of world war or in danger of gunfire. jlatlon, taking as a basts the number,;! f.)c Iteturn Sadder, Itnt Wiser. Talk of peacii and means of "Passengers wilt go to boats with Thrno SuiTrngcttos' Anil One Man Are '.lilt Will Call For Over $JMIO,000. of inhabitants personally known by tho peace of the world has life belts on. '"The National Guard of tho counTraining Meas000 Unlvci-Ki- l Arnstl Trial Will Likely lie WIN I him as having been taken from tho try Is coming homo, not with its patPresident cone glimmering. "Seamen told oft for gun's crow Com. Held Saturday. ure Deforv Senate communes in bis region. Three bun- - riotic ardor dampened, but sadder Mn, Incredulous at first when the will go to stations. Komnlnder will (dred out of the 900 inhabitants of. and wiser,' said Gen, Wood. "It haij warning prepare tbo boats for lowering. text of Gormnny'H he' learned the folly of tho system. IC was brought to him, ut once called trimers will and ;tho village of Esniery-Hallo"Firemen tor the olllclal dncuinnt which had double up the watch.cn In stoko i Derby, Jan. 31 Four personi-wer- o Washington, Jan. 29. The Admlit- - J declares, liavo been obtlgcd to serve had been drugged by praiso and misarraigned quietly in tho pollct strntiou's $500,000,000 defense bud- the German occupying force, tho led by false statements and led to Jut been presented to Sccrctnry Latt-hln- g holds and englneroom nnd 'wise all I Mi it by tho Herman Ambassador get began to take final shape in Cou-;rebeing kept closed. court at tho Derby guildhall recalcitrants being either Imprison- bclievo that it could render effective to uhsulutcly refused y Mr. men will go to ' morning, charged with plotting the service. Now tho guard realizes the "Komnlnder of when tho House parsed ed or exiled to Germany. make any comment. President Wilson their boat stations or put out fires murder of Premier Lloyd George and he Fortifications Dill carrying No distinctions are made as to country can depond no longer upon av" I tho Premier's lotal of moro than $51,000,000 tor age or sex In the choice of forcibly broken reed. It knows that Its membegan ut onro a careful study of the whon they occur. Arthur Henderson, M. Dlbudevillc bers wero not soldiors, that they wero document. laborers, "Surgeon will see that all sick are right "hand man In tho War Council. oast defense, and the House Naal enrolled (The accused persons Indignantly de- Committee completed Its 191S Na- says. removed. No Action Yet. ignorant of their jobs and that it "Safety of all depends upon tho nied tho charges, declaring they had val Appropriation Hill with a total President Wilson went to bud at would havo been murder to send been trumped up ns punishment for 85,000 PAID TO CAPTAIN good reasonably after bpendlng strict observance of these rules. against U o'clock them KOIt SINKING SUIl.MAItlNK troops." their conscientious objections to com- "Hy order. Tho Army Appropriation Illll. the the evening alonu in his study with Jpulsory military service. "Commnnder." a copy of tho German note. This third element of Mm prograrume.stlll Gen. Wood, questioned by Senator 0 Doston, Jan. 30. A reward of Passengers on board tho Carmanla I Proceedings at the Guildhall, over Is In the House Military Committer), apparently disposed of suggestions Uluir Lee, reasserted his opinion that were which is expectod to complete it for sinking a German submarine tho National Guard system was said they had learned that the Urlt-ie- h which tho Mayor presided, thnt some action might be'taken Admirallty had Informed tho of- merely of a formnl nature. No dc- - next week. Kstlmatcs for tho array in tho Day of Biscay soiuo, months "vicious and indefensible morning. military The Prcbldeut saw no callers, but ficers of the vessel that they need ex- tails of tho charges or evidence were reach a total of more than ?3G0,000,- - ago, has been paid by the British Ad- - system," but admitted ho Included In' is understood to have used tho tele- pect no mercy from enemy subma- divulged, although gossip has been 000, exclusive of numerous deficiency ' mlrallty to Cnpt. W. 11. Miller, of the tho word "system" much of tho War on busy with runioro of various details measures resulting from the border , British freighter. Clan Uobcrtson, in j Department's sharo in tho mobiliia- As far as could bo rines and that safety depended phone freely the nrrest was re- - mobllizatlon and the rising cost ortIo nere trom Liverpool, it o.ccarao tlon. The 'since th news-o- f , learned no pluns have been laid for successful defense and tllght. The accused war materials. gun, ca- ' celved late yesterday. known today. At tho time of the h to go before Congress, ns he did Carmnnin carries a The Government arsenals' method him to announce the bending of tho Sua-o- x pable, It Ik said, of sending solid shot persons, who nro well known hero. The only other'mllltary legislated encounter. Capt.. Miller was In com- of equipping Stato troops had comMilitary raalltl r th' British steamer Clau pletely broken down within ten days noto threatening to break oil di- for several miles and can also dis- aro Mrs. Alice Whceldon, her two pelling is the Universal plomatic relations. charge tho now typo shrapnel shell daughters, Miss Ann Wheeldon, and Training Dill beforo a Scnato sub- - jMacFayden. bound from India for after tho call was made, Gen. Wood ' The President has the task of de- Invented by ordnance experts for de- Mrs. Alfred "George Mason, and tho committee, which will conclude Its London. As the submarine approach-hearing- s Bald. This was not tho main fault, nd appeared to make an attack. ho declared, for oven hnd supplies latter's husband. Two of the worn- ciding whut shall be the course of fense ugalnst submarines. this week, when MnJ. Gens. ' d uuxlllary French . en are school teachers. Three Irame-tllat- o United States. Tho and Wood aro to be recalled for tlu' ntcanior let loose with n gun been ready, tho men would have been Scott the No Fonuul Dcfeiu-e- . The officer could see no steps appear among the untrained. by Senator Dlair- - mounted on her forward deck, bark Que Vlily, arriving Monday . de-I- f Investigation of Capt. Miller's The prisoners made no t'ormnl hopo that an effective force ever Tho United Stiiton might from Marseilles and Brest, exhibited of Maryland, on their previous lee. hearing, Admiralty officials satisfied could seo no hopo that an effective a a thrce-Jnc- li solemnly warn Germany agalnsl mnchino gun on deck. cusp move at thnt federalization of the P- guilty. They National Guard has proved a failure. ' """ " 8,u" thnt tno steamer had force over could bo built up uudor violation of her pledges, It might bo The Quo Vllly is said to be the first ' merely pleading not warning Is palling vessel to enter New York did not demand releaso on bail, ap- It is not expected that Congress will destroyed an enemy craft and the exclusive Federal control, divorced decided Mint tho German parently realizing that tho charges take any action on tho Universal .standing reward for a scalp at sea wholly from tho Stato GovcrnmcuH. nuulclcnt notlco of an Intention to harbor armod. wero too serious for consideration TrMlnlnir lllll nl IIiIk RCfllnnn. w!ls Paid. pledges und a sulll-cieFrankfort, Ky., Jan. 31. "Gen. disregard tboso They . by the court of such a roqucst. AVood is unfortuuato in his choice of Coal Miners Strike. warrant for breaking off dlplo-nmtl- o Tbrvo Uattlcohliis. WILL THIS HA VIS ANY KKI'ECT words," said Adjt. Con. J. Tandy Whltesburg, Ky., Jan. 30. Fifty were returned to their cells. Owing relations; It might bu decided The Navy Dill carrleB a. totul of accommodation hero for ON LOCAL CANDIDATES Ellis y when attention was callto nwutl tho results of tho blockade miners In the plant of tho Elkhorn to lack of as against $313,000,- tlio courbo of tho Coal Company at Kona Station, tliU such Important prisoners they will $351,433,245, ed to tho department commandcr'-- i ami determine 000 last year. It provides for tho. KlklnSi w Vil Jan, :ni.Aftcr referenco to "convict recruits" In United States ns tho actual operations county, walked out on a strike this b taken to IlirminKhnm jail to awatt 42,000-to- n Jttlor JnlIlcs N Sur0VI, into the Kentucky National Guard. "Ap morning demanding higher wages. resumption of tho case next Satur construction of three develop. Mcshlps at a totnl cost of $2S,178,- - inscnalliillty and dragging him Into day. parently ho refers to tho volunteer- Ciilifebhioii of WiKiinn. Tho men held a meeting Bun day in ,,, nr ttvnntv linvn .,.,. For tho man In street the easo was 501 i&Ch: ono battlO cruiser Ut a.Jhnlr cull, four iirlsoncrs. Inmates of i., every sld" Germany' which they agreed to iitrlko On almost sensation, particularly as cost of $2C,C9 1,496; three scout tm, namlolpI conty Jail hero made'from tho Houso' of Ilefnrin for Boys car- a great drnbllc net Ion H interpreted as an This morning their plans wore 14.T each; fifteen their way to liberty latu lust night. 'nt Greendalo. Tho lads wero open confession or tho effectiveness ried, out. It is said tho' coal compa- the accused persons belonged to two cruisers at $0,746, at J1.74S.C12 each; ono 'classes against which there Is much blocks icn because of their good record nud Aftor a Cmso or wwom of tlio Urltlsh food blockade. It Is ny will not iiGreo to their wishes. destroyer-tende- r at $2, 808.000; on',UrlnB which several shots were fir-- 1 recommended by tho Prison Board, regarded as u determination to strike This Is tho first strike among miners feeling suffragettes and conscien- submarine-tender nt $2,199,400, and C a ,)0SS0 nt tjm iuclni; men, two I They wero energetic, dutiful and hon olllcialH In In tlio history of the Klkhorn coal tious objrietors. back In kind. (Senium n I typo submarines at of tho ,,r80ners, Clinton Webb nnd t.st boys and In no sense criminals. George nnd Mr. eighteen Doth Mr. Lloyd tho United States estimate tho food fields. f Henderson aro known us very Dem $1,134,093 each. Tho programme is yayiio Hentheriy, wero captured, j They had the making of good supply on tho British Isles will Inst refcmmeuded by the department Tho Sheriff anil the posse aro still ' ,nerH and wero well liked. Tho KU1TOH d FOHMEK UKHAI.D ocratic und accessible Heccntly a mouth. represents one-haof thu re- - Boarchlng for Howurd Kisner nnd partmont saw tit. however, to reject TAKING "HEAL" VACATION Micro has been souiu agitation for plan Is to carry Admittedly, tho jennlnga Woes. Heavy kimbs from them." better protection of tho nation's lead- innluliiK" portion of tho three-yea- r starvation to tho doors of England , (0lot lixturcs and ploces of n broom I irngrumniB approved last year. -Washington, Jan. 29. Frank L. ers. strokes, ns n with fiwift, staggering ownThu committee departed from the handlo wero the weapons used by HAN DIKGO HADIO STATION Precautions Are Taken. fulfillment of Germany's announced Felix, who was editor and part TALKS WITH AUHTUIANS Autplo precautions wero taken : department's recommendations only 'the men In making good their es- .determination to uso every weapon er of Mm Hartford Herald for moro thirty yenrs.' arrived In Wash- - I fieri) lu priHi-'U- i inu lumujitun unit iiiu lu tho typu of submarines provided capo. and ugency ut her command to end than y Cal., Jan. 29. The San Diego. on tho first real vaca .conservative Urltlsh law, clrcumscrlb- - for. No Hinuli coast defense submcr-ilblithe war quickly. She counts on tho i ington' aro authorized, tho committee M'KINLKY DAY OIIHKUYED new naval radio station ut Chollas matter which tbo newspapers tion ho has taken lu many years. Mr. operations of an unheard of number having decided against thu small 400 Capitol IMng print In advnnco of court AT NATION'S CAPITAL Heights, near here, which was forof submarines to deliver blows to Felix was shown about tho n typo of boat, such as those mally opened Friday, gave a demInsures against any efforts to J by his son, Douglas Felix, who is asbring "England to her knees within ' Washington , Jnn. ' 29. Otilcial onstration of Its power today when duys. ' One German olllclal bore sistant clerk or tkrb House District in the proLB to nrouso feeling against now in service. sixty y do- with ?ltt,000,000 For Navy Yard'.. woro carnation tho operators on duty talked .Washington y y tho war would be of Columbia Committee, of which thorn. Police witnesses predicted Tuklng up the problem of getting blossoms lu houor of tho sovonty- - tho Arlington, Va., station; Darleu, Hoprosontotivo Den Johnson is chair- Acrlbed in it cut and dried manner in n month. over untler construction the four battle, fourth uunlven-arof the birth of Panama; Nome, Alaska and Honoman. Mr. Felix recently disposed tho arrest of tho accused. Couveyed to the world us her the tho lato. President McKlnloy. ciuifiors authorized laHt year, lulu; overheard French operators to tho refusal of tho Entente or bin Interests In tho Hartford Herl committee raised the limit of cost MurrlaRo Licence. Germauy's la- - ald und intends to spend several Tbo Ohio coclotjr of Washington ou tho Island of Papeete. South PaJAlllus to talk peace, ta and mnchlnoryv to $19,000,-00- 0 arranged a reception with cific, nnd concluded by exchanginc Jim Galloway, Ccntertnwn, to monthB In Florida. Ho stopped hero teat warning snyai Department Secretary of War Baker and Ax-ciat- o tho time of day with op'oratora at a from $16,500,000. Rowo, Centortown. 1, 1317, within on his w.y to'iloston, whoro be. will t"From February ! Lofson Uradloy, Hnrtfor, to Vera ofllc'ala believe all four vesuels cau. Juatlc3 Clark, of tho Supremo radio fltitloa noar WoUMwrnn, A- barred souttt' around Great Britain, visit hl3 daughter. LouUvlo ,, WnllacO, Cromwell. be placed with private bidder nt court, wi HUfftfs vf hsam; itrat.'o. HalI.I.OYD-GKOIMtc, ul n, ss to-da$5,-00bo-fo- re six-Inc'' four-mastepossi-bllltles. to-danl I , to-da- y. wero mado to use forty-eigconvicts to llll companies of one of tho regiments of tho Kentucky National Guard in tho mobilization last by MaJ. Kiminior, was stated Gen. Leonard Wood in his testimony beforo the Scnnto on Universal Military Service. Gen. Wood's serious chargo against the Kentucky National Guard wad given as an illustration of tho difficulties of recruiting tho companies to tholr required strength. Ho did not say which of tho three regiments the alleged effort to fill tho companies to required strength had been made. "Fortunately wc discovered it la time and ordered tho convicts discharged, he said. Kentucky is a part of the Department of the East of which Gca. . Wood is commander. Gen, Wood deciarod tho militia. system to be "vicious and indefensible," and ho gave as his opinioa that Gen. Hugh L. Scott, the chief of Staff of tho Army, holds tho san-vieto-d- ni, rs SOO-to- sol-Mi- nt de-an- lf ..- to-da- vi (100-to- ( to-da- to-da- to-da- un-.iw- er for-hul- Ar-den- franco.. "' 1 "" "torn r mj.L.y-.. ,. in tumjt!m MfeJ (! r NG THRILLS FOR Tho llc- -t U"eoimneiHl.itloti. la AS SHELLS RAIN Tho strongest rocomendatlon any you 1,01 the tfa'r. In one o' thoso VETERAN article may receive In a favorable effect of the cold ami o.i the word from the uer. It Is the rocom- ,ust t.turally freore. thnfl's all." Herniations of tho.se who h.ivti usei KM While l'l.'K. 'WINCH IXFA.NTS IIOKX WITIII.Vtu that makes Chamberlain's Cough OKI'IGttit S.4YH MOTim. tlRhlliiK aTO-plan- t rlrllTISIl Tho conttol of tho SOL'Xl) OK HI.AYY CAN- Knnedy so popular. Mrs. Amanda CVCI,IN(1 MOItK KXCITIMJ has fc'a reduced to the simXOXADIXG. 'oierhnrt. Wayno-uol- d, Ohio; wrlte.s, THAN' AlTROI'l-ANINW- . single leter, known In plicity of a "('haniberlaln's Cough Itenicdy has the profession aa the "Joy stick." I5y been used In my family off and on moving thlt stick a few Inchon one for twenty .tears and it bus never nnollier and with occasionEATEN IN AIR way or pressure on tho rudders one TOTS ARE VENTURESOME failed to cure a cough or cold." Ob LUNCH font al in tainable in ery where. fall can climb, dive, loop, aide-slia couple of thousand fuel and flat- - i Mothers Call Them In When The j(j.c(H, I'KW IS I.KIT of Ml) HHo- - An Jlonr Kfqult- ten out "as right sw rain." You alCIom- Shrapnel ltogins to AS ClllMlCII IS Ill'Il.T il of Sroiri Willi Tif litis- ways have omi hand free for the maAt Hand. Army. li uecessary you Kin chine gun and If Gettysburg, l'a., .Inn. J7. The old let tho Joystick .luok out for Itself pew In which Abraham Lincoln woa time and uso both for minutes at With the British Armies in Farnce rshiped oil November 10, ISi'i.l, In With ilii? I'.rltl.-- h Annie. In Franc;, hands for fighting. Or if the trip l'rosbjterlan Church here. n. It's exciting .it times, hut is a lonu one you am let her float Jan. 1!. To those who hate lived ' Jan. while a'l ' ) An air among them, the children of the stands undisturbed Mtjiernlly speaking it's rallior less while nu eat luncheon. , sjiMl than u motorcycle," .says n menu generally consists of an apple, war zone In France will ever remain 'about it workmen are tearing on. vlng" subaltern of Hie British Fly-- or banana, milk chocolate and bH- - a psychological riddle. It is start. n"' interior io mase waj ior a- ' Hurlm-urtrapping. g C'orp-t- . He chatted while cults , with hot tea or coffee from i 'ling tcftho newcomer nt the war to furniture and ''attic the church was tued as i It is uncanny with his machine ;one of the 'ilnd them here at all. linttle. .. PI....... ......- ......... I.I .1 m.-- i "iig in i.hh.uumh; to see mum. at piay.wnere a snen 1i....tf..l Intost tyit- - in a war that Is chang- ir? d" r k by-LA Cm-c- s aeroplane might break at almost any moment, stains on the woodwork. These are 1 Had Skin. ing ami developing th" " removed. The church is 17 i a' dull and pimply skin is due ts utterly oblivious to the soldiers and from hour to hour. There wer" Cor-- , scenes about them, and with ser.fei years old. marvels ol the air two years ago i sluggish bowel movement. n that have no more relation to lh" rect ihi condition and clear your so attuned to jho ordinary ..A e. Scbobii'-blNew racking noises that only a prolongs' than the clumsy machines of y with Dr. King's We have for sale, a scholarship, attempts of a barnyard to the OigUt nfo pill. This mild lavutlve taken Inlt in the cc'tsuluas roar oi guns of a swallow. An aerial scout thatat oe(itime will assure you a full, would cause them the least eoncern. good foe a complete course In either Bookkeeping and en nut register in the iielshborn'ood o ..nii.irrtiiini; lnnvunent in tho' They cllns with their elders tn Stunonraphers Course Acetiuntfiig or in the Ottru- list-- 1 the remnants of their Of 140 miles an hour can not bo ,1(,rInr! nrlve out tho dull, This speed ,,,, ftCHns resultiuu frm overload- - Lomw in the bombarded tov ns an.l boro Biisines-- .i Industr'iil Collepp tl&Bsecl as truly modern. air not. in t called for in "lever' i,'tetiu liver. Get tillages, where even yet the Ger- - For particulars apply . Bepuhlkvn and .lusiri-.ti Som. ol!1ct. v At all Druggists, man guns send their sholls. mnnlns "down hill" or in divine ouffi., )t;iu -1 have been born within sound of tlio a loop. You may attain ISO mijes of YKAU M MONTHS ' eannpn. and others liava .come i'it on hour doing that their first sense of being in the mld-- i M U V I Fl dJAlid HlAiIO "Oh. yes. the fighting's fun," The strange phononienon of battle. the subaltern, "but you can'? IMfJliN jflFf! ARFS ot life to them will be unwonted always induce tho Germans to com'1 muuiiMULui.iiiiLu up and have a go. They prefer most of peace. RAMERICA iS CHILD; stillness of the time to stop on the ground striking picture it is to see a litA and stt 'archies' on yon with their tle French girl, live or fix year obi. I'.ICADY TAKi:S (.'I.IIO.MV vii:yi t .'i .,,;.. .,', IIUi:V rlli.lfinjl riiviir.. with a plaited "pig tall" down her OK Itr.SIXKSS I'KO.M 1'KOIH'C- uv paddling thru the air on patrol j C!YII.I7.ATinX .sTll.I. CUCDK AXH'1)ack tripping, bareheaded, alone a KK'S STAXIH'Ol.N'T. and ilutv for four or five hours US .MCCH TO 1.KAIIX SAIS road where soldier meu venture on nothing happens that tiling" becontex taooki:. ly under the protection of their big .NOT M'NUAY In spite ot the almost monotonous. an steel hats. Such a little girl Xow York. Jan. SO. The moving unbelievable hpoed at which ou i softly sang and knitted in front of pIctTire huslucss is "almost cruel" AND you have no .sense of i.peeil whatever her home near an old Flemish mill San Francisco, Cal., Jan. 27. and there is no money In it, William nothing like tho thrill of Mrty or AM,rra knoWH ,m. lnit,ea !ln,!one bright and warm December noon A. Ilrady, theatrical manager, tesher fifty lullos an hour In a motor withl ylrtniNtm gir nab,IldRllmth Ta- - while a score of aeroplaifes whirled tified Friday before the legislative tree, whlzing by and a bumpy sore, the ,,,. nj fought overhead and the high iamoiis uiuiaii poet. ,ml which is investigating j nad beneath .ton. . blue sky was tilled with the fleecy committee lopooher. has told her all about her-I ".Sometimes the air is bumpy, t00, ow cotton-ball- s that come from burs' the indiibtry to determine if it i should bo subject to a State tax. , :..) that's good sport. To collide with JiM )e(we sllrapMel shells. She could see (ifl hcre lhe oth,r A (ii'wtt Monthly Magazine .Mr. IJrady said he believed pub-lian air hump Is almost like hitting it eIovo(, the seared and scarrrd lines on the Q 1ack t() ,lls ay m -j interest In tnovlng pictures li.nl big rock in the road l.ioy generwere the eaemv 0 (,rcw a mwUaI pIcture distant hills, which ilccreaseil during tho last .tear, tho ally lurk near a cloud bank and give hmelamJ laUng , ! trenches, and still further luck, the chfkra our you an awful olt when you least ex-- , ho)(I Hashes of e- n- trouble being there were "as many occa,ional white-hgjoU ;()d t,)e sro Me picture theaters as saloons" WJI lillll ll,t.tM LIIU ,111 WI1U1I Lll'Ct IL my guns. , points. film-"Iis smooin you can ge! a nine piac-stranger school eati he 'mind ald the svstum of distributing wa-itNo Inexperience, impoliteness, intol a'joke." owing to the great tieo and excitement by tin owing her AND are th ' In all the world than that at .Arras. As to salaries paid stars, he. was ask erance and materialism ou get to close iibout a bit, for when in-- ! houses are Just as their Some of the says. Genius, daring, ed what he thought lHt Cordon In f fii'lit Villi iiotil ;i1t tlm faults. he frankness the owners leu mem during tue nrsi gets. ono 'lulsltivjiust, and Hums she'll do. In tho air In October two years bombardment "On paper she get- - between i flmoiir ai i'ot tntt f fit '(.jMir'M t tfitt tf t lin cuarnis. .1i Sir Ilablndrauuth has visited many, ago Other- - have been pulverized ttiouraud and fifteen hundred . you get on '.. wiiiit mat tue ground, es in t h b- country during the last along u.ii the t.itucur.ii. ino eilv week," he replied . "In realitt , Wbon yon are running ninety or a ct studied us. null and Me ra.iwa.t siatfnn three get between flvo and sevhundred mllus an hour a little wind 'three months. He has favorite targets of the Got man gun- - en bund red and fifty. HLirffc or Inn makes no impression ne T,. cneniy ntfB Fkirt the ".Many stnis who were. paid tin to . upon you. ,,,,,,.,, hun ,no mniv eastern edge of the city and daily .Ti;0"h, Wiml .n Slauiiieaii. ... ,... ., . ,i..lt ,cc(t,nP:' .if il.vith lire .nut "r ?."i0 a week ou the legitimate' l'"S o.sc was u.e f u.i ; ,Mage and now draw ten times .bos, . "T. " ., Which latter tact mav account for T'""n nmiiuuM hate had their head- - turntho absolute contempt h, which the 'eud-dre&sk, because of my clothes tu.j iron, ed, and temperamentally speaking modern army fliers loop up the might- ...... ,.,.,. ..,., . ,,.. ', i.iniiil my foreign appearance. I hn.l , In the midst of all this i.ialignltt tail to deliver what ttas expected wn ro,,m ,nost of ll,10"f W!ir muv )w"cu to Splendid Combination a Little Over tva not' so long ago that a 'f0" '" Mr. Ilrady declared. ".My own .laugh- l"!,L-- "" ""' "" """ '" '" ,1 '""" ter," he concluded, "l.-- paid to much lim-z.would upset all flying plans Halt The Price. ' wunW star,! ""' - '" " "" tnoney that 1 have to take half of for a day; now nothing hort of a TUcy do not do j n.olished tin. a ow add tlonal shells hpr ,t , Bfor u,r ninrieane can de.er the intrepid haary . uiai auywuere eise in me v.un.i. .i v.u... r.,,,,-,- . she would. spend it reck- Otherwl-- e. India, do .villi of the mass ot nouns iimi serves u. lex-l- y .. AiniTlenns coiue to vim ..... . and fooll-hly- ." a gale, mill can ainint take a nati i drs-isBut we don t a protective roof. It would take a SuU-criptiProducer anil dhtrlbutor of pic- whlla eomfoilabl- - ridlnc a thirtv- - mit on our order.- - at tlii.-- rato Kill lu u,. ,,,,., , wp,,, Fln j tMrcs h enemy (.U. laugh at you; we expect you to r.- terrific nomi.ar.ime.u io ..i.e. mile wind. The real I ...., ,. .., ., them at their lesosiis. The muffled,,V III only when bunt through lobular our country ., .111, I'lil .111U1I, ,f IIIIIUJ 0,11.1 lllf. ...- inents are low clouds and ground ,1 main Vmericans in sound oi si. ens itjimiiiij. hi foiitrn-- t Uemaikable. pany had put $1,000,000 into the Asrents in tlii.-- di.-tik-t. to mists. They have little relation I'he contrast between the Ameri tance has become far too comnion-jilnc- o business within the last six months. personal palely, but they Intorfen to attract attention. r.KUKY 'Asked If much of that money was his eriously with a wide ningn of use cans and the Japanese is remarkable, WALKKR. All arras lltcs undergrouad. 'I hero Kvery fill work. (own, he replied: . .. i... jiummn nf .1... .I.... .l,.,n Jlattl'ortl, Ivv. I are muei .....1...1.. m mv realized mat "No, I have befn too wise to bu ,. ....... ........ After a low Diiirn ,.fi.n,u.l ,I'iiharVy- e'ill. was am a man iruui unuunr niiimii. u the uoiihmi, children and old men moving picture stock. Tho husl-- ' l mi the monotoiiv of n.itrol work 'voniuie abroad tor Irlendly reill at n icouniKo toreigner.s to retain ess ha been expanding, but in a finculh ai- r- which ho likened ,lrLMh !l"'1 j tlK'lr ow u"l"li'. v"u a neighboring cellar or for tho sake Jdbastrous way." Asserting ther" driving r motor truck along a r... COl'KIKR-.lorUNA- I, CO., Louisville Ky. vwM '"-- ' " ,!,ore Plcturiisiiue conn-tor- n of a stroll and a breath of tresh ajr. was a great overproduction of pic ' muni road In a desert -- the sul-al- '" broader Internation-,..u.i.in- ,. Opportunity alter opportunity hat tun--- , he continued: climbed Inlo the "cabin" of IiIk You are too young to bo ex- - been given them to leave, but they -.- iniri. wi.i, hillnn. n "The business looked so easy that! Ininiigratlon; prefer to remain with what i, or was, four times the number oi theaters I Kncouragc elusive. 11)0 horse. power of the irnprb-'oiindo not discourage it. You have a their own. Three persons were needed were built. I think there In throbbing in its wonderful cupliif. wonderful messago to give, to tho killed just outside the school one a groat iutr.ro In store for It, but' i.nobtrut--IveluiU.cbed Its Runs AKX'inbly of Colorado. Is a valiant slon, as llm what happens to him Don't let the daring Inex- day, but the children in the ctdlar there Is no mouc In It now. It world to the fram" work, and Harris is in a Iiusliicss that do nt mailer m.ui nothlijg of tho tragedt. Whe-- i j knew will be there only when there is a to shoot perience of your youth retard the dewhere mce:-t.nrchilrequires him to travel, and his licitschool Is out, each afternoon tho Tho business -, total r organization. Sloan'- - Liniment Ha.--cthru thy blade of tb last whirring livery of this message. p.iln, therefore closely linked to with dren are told to hurry home as" fast "A met leu's elvlliution Is still Is almost truck nrupollor In Iron I. W a great Sloan's l.lulmeni is first thought of ers and such IIUo persons. In spite Is hound to be crudu. Vou as they can go. and there "Souse day there will be real mo- of this fact, ho' bravely rose In hU mothers Tho "cabin" oi a modern auro- - crudo. It toodon-sole- d shoes for bumps, brult-eand In llllliiail Hfo VOU pattering of Utile a child. tion pictures, when the ear, the eye, place In lhe hist Legislature ami In- sprains thai Vluno mtSTgOiUt. the pilot Iiuiiko of .iifiraouly t...' 1,..,n,1ii ..tannin -. are continually hnppen-l"-" child. ; be about a operathe stomneh, noted surgical italatlul yacht in miniature. i... would to children. troduced a bill against tipping. It quickly pene Called Out ol Mien Itniu, educational tions and vrytliliiB U tltilshod In hardwood and which Just hoKlns to ask questions Immediately, tho legisluton says, trates and soothes without rubbltig iniugs. Aim Them are hcoios oi oiner lowim will bo plctorlally presorted. Then he was picked by the "lllack Hand" Clennef uud more there ore pnllshed iiickcUiiHlrumcntninH'i trie to mid out elfectlve than nuts o tuillcnti HiMod. height, anslo and Amerlun l trying to find out things within the lire zone, but not qult't the plctutuS will Im in every school- - for future consideration, lie came sy piasters or ointments. For rheuIs tho great redeeming foa-U- o war area, t hero going close to tho There Is more talk, an airman ought to know, and thai to know the mark of the "lllack matic achoh. neuralgia pain and that u It Is no v,1"' lniuNitlvenes uud cur- - dren live by hundreds. plcturns than money, iiiul the for Jh l'""1There are inKtiihrns slthts Hand" thumb lu his soup; to find Slippy horeness after colds. Slotiii'.i call-- , industry must pins through the Sunn and rsuiRu tinders tor Jmiun t"sity will teach you and In lhe next frequent thing to hear mothers Unit meat and vegetable orders were Liniment gives prompt relief. Have - Bum() ordeal as the oil fields, auto-tbilropptuK. and a llttlo dovlci to tell'slaRe ot civilization, which will bojinjf tholr children in from a desultonol'as fresh as he had hoped they i bottle handy ror bruises, slralmi, the bombs bavo been properly niirltiml rather than material, touny bombardment Just us tiny would mobile businoss and other would' be, judging from what was set praius and'all eMernal pain. I For tries." I liroiu a shower ot rain. nro hurrying oo will Im a leader. . lit lurn-iin- d at the thousands whose work calls them before his neighbor or Vnnen Have .Murli Time. Ailolph X.ukor, of the Famous 1'lay- - ' Sovural ninths ago enemy aero- tlttilr wo to the objectltc sule-ctetable; to discover that his room' 'it outdoors, the pains ami aches fallow-I- n y Company, deplored tho "' ll!,v1 noticed that your tt onion ' plunus droiqied bombs In a village for iilti"ik. 'hotels and waysldu Inns uas Ignored exposure urn rellevnl by Kloan's or seven miles behind the firing ovorproducllon of films and told tho by pert have much more tlino and lels-jsl- :; When he Is lucked away, only th,hire and pretty maids. lu l.lnlment. At all Druggists. L'5c. 1 olso'jiiuu. and .committee- that losses In jnovlng plc- It wasSunday afternoon pilot- hend" U'vlnlblu abovo tho free- - urn than tho women anywhure short, Harris- - the tip tiller, found h-In lh" world. They could use that the streets tvern thronged ventures would, In his opinion, ouisuis'tu .... '..oard. Dlri'Cllv In fiont of him Is,I .. . how troubled Is the life of the re.. t .. m.. ii..tn ..... tlitll tlMiOII 01u a Wind- - lime .....it iu.. miiiij huh f. .... ..... i pri i Whuie It Went. hi .. .... i.iiAr. iniiiiiin innni" wen hi pruvoui. i'iiiiiuii.iin ru... niii;niius it former. iiui.i U tlH iiiiiJiuiunifiii.il HuiiiiurB iiiuinih tiiir ii innniiip little "If jnu had worked harder," said I)o they? lino of children wnre waiting f?r tho that business, until a more .stable fchioo!. Nothing daunted, Harris Is going Ins wire, "you could have Vou can not 'doors to open. One of the boinlw hutds had been developed, "You must learn. "'"im can totter lhat lu doubled I your Income." j after tho febttvn little tip again thU They more ulr." grinned tho' teach as yet. Vou mubt bo tolerant fell near where the stood. itiao unit net session. lie has prepared n bill which "Hut what's the use," replied her but' iimi remember that the lorulgners 'scattered like so niuiiy mien, fui'iillein. i provides that nil keepers of hotels' husband. two all were i Do not try to Amer- - , w thin a minute or ..fjlu, iiIii. I t.ltr.nt l.u.'.1ltK- - l.l lliu I'.lfl liturh Vfltl tinvo u, work ,,....u ..i. FOR FLETCHER'S uud restaurants khall post their twice as hard, and I wouldn't xcramblliiK back to their places In Ii Icinlze uvety alien. vlnior-tline?- " wtm huggetled. have ' rat en, with and without tips. For had n chance to spend a cent moro "1 have greut hopea lor your coun-- i tho queue us If nothing nt, all had, "Oh," ti- - lejiiiou, "unit an i limtancn, rooms nnd tips, $f uud up of II myseH." ThU I'UIq ,try. On your toll will be the great- - 'happened.' ,. VetiiW upon tho tnachtne. ,a day; or. rooni.i without tips, ?!' Kngllsh Tommies love children unt' MAS WHO OITOSEO ,j (Ms.)ut, lor itii.tatiC!, t.llb the cn::la" est nation of tho world. Ilut you will 'HI'S HAS UAltn JMMV and up. Steak, with tip, 91.2T. lor jn Itont oi ou ah warm uh tnast ovot. bo tho greatest nution only If you let ''when'blHeied in a villago can alwaysy ono perbou; bteak, without tip, for nth era cctao lu. Vou hovo the hap- - bv seen playing wltji thn tots, buy-pwhen .'on are JK.OCO foot up and FOR FLETCHER'S Denver, Colo., Jnu. 27, Robeit one pinion, ? 1. them all sorts o: candiea and belotvyeto. no .past nflil, it von-,In- c UiDi.Uiiu; dropped advaatas of vr,arv- - vu eMilti-- 1 Ilar.-I- s e."prn- Ilnrr'n, c( non.vr, member o" tho "JV.H"- Hbc.' ng tleni fvttap.'." atd t,f 5s'' ll- on l'M " ' hitmt nnd can stay tip Indefinitely. Tlirf piano trlth the propeller and In froat in a traetcr. Th! en-Ci- CHILDREN PLAY , pally along In perambulator. while fond mothers look on. FLIERS pujsh'.'r' has engine ami propellor 'II , I CALL ON US I i Vnl - lll For Overcoats, Suits, Odd Pants, Ladies' Coat Suits and Cloaks. Don't miss us. All new and ll-- I ni tlu-fcrli- tg ' I tt C,ou-tipath- ui ... n ... ;; '. Hub Clotliii-i. ur t Co. i-- ncrte-eompleio- ISii-lli- p. i J , asssswtvFiwyfWVAv 55JiSWsft (K . shell-s.vuero- ri J I -c $4.00 siriiip n'Pinri two iv salaries,! COURIE- JOURNAL Daily By Mail st 1 g-- i : I .... FARM and FAMILY I j e ; ot ' I During January s fiii'11-tor- .f ' .".... February Only Two Months. at ',,,' s. I ,;.. ? - " '" ,ci ! - ".; Z - , Special Rate Period Limited These ' ten-mile'- I "-T i '" "'f '""" '- "' ..., f" mu-m-'-i ,,, , I n. on ! l. I , i iovu ! '' ' wm&fiMAMmtmt&H4 I s , y to-da- y I K ( chll-,roo- ( - lii-tit- al i ; ludii.i-luleaiie- rt tls-a-v- ls d ; ,Uis-l.uHk- . , - a u . . .... .. ..... --O- I """ . a sum-'eir-- j ... ... i".'n Oliilclren Cry CASTO Rl A Ohildren Cry - 'fWr-itrrMt- i CASTOR.IA ml ' ;V ; -- 'ft, t.,U - ..V,,T'"f"'"""'fr,' ,?&i?,!!&z2ms& Xvj a'V- - Mi iv .,. . HfflCAN WOMEN BALK AT uioT ov .mm " -- 1f lliu iirorcodliiKH. tho Wed Vlri;lnla legislature! HIWAIOK CAN IIAIHIJ in:, scan wiinx U now In session, It In uiulir.Uoml IN TWKN'TV- fitl(IO,tHM,(H immicii.vi io. Airriiom rn:s tli.il Hit! Vlreltiia ofllciiilH will urRi! KOl'U IIOUKS. MK.MAM) HATH. that tho time Is opportune for action toward payment of tho tlclit. Another legislative eppslon will not Ijb STARTED AS PEDDLER MISUNDERSTAND ORDER hi'lil for two years. . West Virginia offlclnlK havo liucn a contlilurliiR nittwurn, Including botitl iHsue, to comply with tho Mine Kins Own" Castles And Man- Sj1- I!kiIn CliciiliKdl That IT. S. Court'ri decree. Virginia's slims in I'm is, New Yoik, Ios 1Vi-WVro To Make I'litnif. now steps may result In reopening of Angeles and Hutte. llnltl l'i 'ars. jj the cine, for eMendetl hiipplementary proceedings, aa It la understood that West Virginia will offer some new llutte, Mont., Jan. 27. Is W. A. a to reduce the Judgment. Kl Ijiro, Te., Jan. 2S. A Clark, mine king and former Senator over (liarantlue ri'Kllla-lloit- h from Montana, tncrhaiiling John I), y l'or Sale. led to u riot nl the Juarez of Inu'!, containing as tho richest man In America? Two acres ifid of the miin internatlnnnl bridge, That's tho word out hero where itiiiiI ilui'lllnc. burn and out build which threatened for a time to water, located they know tho pedigree and possesdnngeroiin proportlnnH. Kuer-- ings, also Hue well of rich men like a "inllllHflllM- tic measures taken by the C'arran-.- a in town or Iiartroru. Terms easy, slons of ler" knows geology. Tlnaley. $100 Reward, $109 garrison and it conference h Apply to Harnett Tho hiadcrs of this paper will bo War prices on metals havo enortvsccn the American nn Mcvlcan Is at least one pleased to learn mously Increased Clark's already fab- dreaded dlsraso that there thnt science has been oinclals later brought able to euro In all Its stages, and that H ulous income. Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the only about tui nrraiigcment satisfactory HORDES ARE SERVED And the difference between Clarlc positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh belnff a constitutional li the Mrjjraiu and quiet was rMtor-and Rockefeller and other Amer PIE DISTRIBUTORS ican money monnrchs is mont. Hall's Catnrrh Cure Is taken in: Thf rioters were mostly Mexican vast holdings are practical- - J and mucous surfaces ot the systcjfi. there- formers women, mploed us servants In Kl by destroying the foundation of the dls- ly ull ill his own iniuio and Hint ot, (.s(, nn()'Buinf; t10 patient strength by I'ltMi, who resented tho American building up tho constitution and assisting DKMOCICATS llu fnmllv :W,MIO ni:SKKVIN dolns Its worlf. The proprietors niture unrautIuo order that nit persons ot say that lie, have soinmuch faith In Its curative pow- HAXIMIL'TS, here His Intimates AltK TO HOT unclean appearance seeking to cross One..HimdredDollar; that ey Q 1.1 ,..i.. mo ono nnn In mh In ? any ca,e Tnal u lalls lo cure. Send iii:.ni:ns kstimati;. ror t.M.i.i iui-ithe bridge be given a shower bath his own ror list or testimonial. A CO. Toledo. O. twenty-lou- r hours out of Addrria: P. J CIICNBT and their clothing be disinfected Sold storehouse of wealth, and that he Is, Tke liy all DrusRlsii. TSc for constipation. Hall Farallr rillf to kill tphus serins. AVashlngton, Janv. 27. Hepubll- - probably tho only man In the United Hob! I'p Stieet Tars. lean leaders in Congress have been States who can. (irAHDSMP.N COST m,ra MU'"L" " United Verd-- , tho Arizona copper I'XriT I endeavoring, without any great dc- IS CLAMI ,. re-- J I. S. ri'UrillMi in Jiiarw iiiiu nrLiinuru f, mine, for which Clark rccnitly ivi ' hfsriru ui uuui'si n" '" 57fi,000,000, Is alone iailngj V1"1" l ml.or of places thai uaie been ere Xow YorU.Jan. 2S. Acceptance of klTilllnr In .n f.fir.lliw. flint .. ... . ... -- .,......, tatcd for "deserving Democrats' since him a monthly dividend ot $2,000,- !physlcall unfit national guaulsnicn which resulted In ii nru in inc. i. tho present administration camo into 000. , I'aso Jail last March In which more power. tho 00111- - mado uocpsar) by last summers Ills Hntt propei-tle"than a seoro of persons were burnparatlely small, also yield him mobilization, cost the Federal Govhave been Vurlous calculations ernment not less than ?2, 000, 000, d to doath Stories were also clr- - ' mado with varying results. Senator enormous sums. of the lfi'iteu' that American soldiers were Smoot, of Utah, who went Into the Aside from the $50,000,000 loan accordipg to a report 'hutoirr.inhlug of Mayor the women while subject In considerable detail, es he made Franco, the'adopted land ol Executive Committee Mltchel's Committee on National Debathing and making the pictures pubtimates that up to last September his children. Clark has $20,000,000 fense. what lic cluing-loose ' he doesn't lyiow 32.000 places had been created, Tho lowest estimate of tho phyExcited women thronged tho Mex- nn :iniiiml exuenditure of to do with. Icau bide of the bridge, held up street aJjout jnoO.OOO. syndicate recently want- sically unlit among tho 11 J, 000 A French und men subject to the Presi an and completely blocked tralllc ed to purchase lilted Verde. "Tho I.lst Grows liODKcr. . as they call him here, dent's call was placed at 25 per cent. Ur several hours. They rtiouted, "This llht has lx.cn Increased, but Old JIan," or 2Sfi00, in spite, the report, states, defiantly waed controller bars at tho not largely, slnco then," said Senator Kild : lioipiebs manager ot 1110 sireei-ca- r ,rVulI, I don't want to sell Verde, of tho relatively low rejection rate Rmoot lt tnciuuos places under system, scurri.d against tnc buaue o; Ujo cWJJ pi.rvro whlch however, but I suppose overythlng ;lms Its In Massachusetts, Now York and a New York had the bridge walls when a nmvlng-picworn cnaU,d to gKl UcmociatH Into pilce. Toll on what I'll do. You tew other States. survey the property and pay me ten gone much further, the committee turs man tried to take them and had ()1,lcu .. Some of the 11 good time-- generally. Uo',)rcsw,iauvo Albert Johnson, ot centb a pound for nil tho ore avtual-- 1 found,- maintaining proper physical standards. American car men were roughly nan- - ,..,,,,,,,., s,n, In sight." niiorlook to get "At 0110 of tho mobilization camp? died and several car windows wero s()mo lnfonn!ltIo ou u,0 subject. He "When at ten cents per pound, tho Andres (iarcla. Inspector wroto ((1 tho Natlaj civil Service actual oro bulked to tho staggering tho army Instructor Inspector estibroken. had Konornl of Carranza consulates, ami Ul,forl1 i.,.aRUe, which has ofTlces at, figure of $000,000,000 tho syndicate mated that each man rejected at a conservative estiSoriano Hravo. tho consul general, g Wa), slrcct alui of wi,jch nicbard engineers threw up their bands. And represented, copper Is today selling around thirty-f- mate, a loss to the Government of advunced in a motor car that was OIlpy nami l3 president, and has In tho case of mwi carried to $40. back by tho women, some of f(,,vt,(, ,ronl narrj- cents per pound. ive Marsh, tho Clark has a $15,000,000 home on the border without thorough exanir later vhound: "Viva Villa! i0V,MK reply: Vive Villa!" when they tried to ad- Firth Avtmuoa $10,000,000 chateau inatloii and sent hack homo becauso iwnuneil From Semico, dress the mob. Urn tho garrison ( "n0plIng to jour letter of tho In Paris, where his children live, an- of disloyalty, the cost was, of course, noldiery appeared and pressed tho 4th in8tantl reuuestlng In formation other palace In Los Angeles and the far greater. In other exists, where men were discharged at their home women back from the bridge. aH t0 thu nUmbcr of uM olilccs cre- - old homo hern In liutte. stations soon after the call, It wa3 Hen Peon Was Killed. l)y tuo Wilson Administration. Foundry. aU,d KtarH Own Several shots were heard In sue- - , tho ()Illy information wo havo at hand In New York the brass trust want- less." of-',- rt cession at this time, but Carawa ,uo n,nuer of positions removed ed to hold hlin. up on the f 1,000,000 fi(o That Cough. tlcers and Covernment Investigators fnnl U0 jurisdiction of tho civil worth of fixtunfs for his Fifth Avnue says no one was hurt, despite a lw Bt.rvco law by tho Wilson Adminls-lalb- tl home, so Clark started a foundry of the A hacking cough weakens story that spread through El traton aB follows: wholo system, drains your energy own, Just for that purpose. his l'aso that a peon had been killed for j "incotno tax force, about 1,200 Starting as a bull team driver, a and gets worse If neglected; your houtlng "Long live Villa! Death to ,,0SuionH; urgent deficiency bill. vendor of spices nnd baking pow- throat Is raw.jour chest aches and , 200 deputy collectors and 175 depu- - ders hero In tho early days, ho sot you feel soro all over. Relieve that an International conference ty marshal8(8lnco tho passage of In the first whack at tho "billion dol- cold at once with Dr. King's New DisAt held at noon It was arranred that tho tU3 nct a number of ordinary clerks lar hill" at Butte. covery. Tho soothing pine balsams American authorities would recog- - UI1(l stenographers havo been Today at 7C, ho has mines In Mon- heal tho Irritated membranes, and bath and sterlllwillon certificates pointed as deputies); Federal Trado tana, Arizona, California, Michigan; tho antiseptic and laxative qualities positions; owns Issued by tho Mexicans, who havo an commission, about ten Salt Lake lino from llutte to kill the germs and break up your I effective quarantlno plant. commercial attaches, fifteon posl- - I.ns Angeles, has oil properties in cold. Don't let a cold linger. Get Hccaubo of tho riot tho races on tlons; Federal Ueservo Hoard, not Wyoming at In fact owns tremendous Dr. King's New Discovery called off and moro than two hundred positions; 1 the Juarez track-we- ro your Druggist, 50c. properties In nearly every State. Federal Farm Loan Hoard, no figures. tho gambling halls closed. Every night ho knows Just what , Tho quarantine order closes Interru0 above- figures nro conservative, has happened during tho duy on all Rules Kor The Nursery. Rational traffic between 7 p. m. and 7 ,(, 1 iiollovo aro fairly accurate. I his "holdings. Ho gets reports from Hockers on cradles aro strongly tho shortage of trust this gives you tho desired ln- - them all a bushel basket of telea. m. becuiiso of condemned by doctors becauso frenight Inspectors. Travel Is unre- formation. grams every evening at tho New York quent rocking is Injurious to Instricted during tho day ecept so nr olllco. fants as relates to thoso who potently aro Ills political fights In Montana In preparing baths for children Jncleau. and they have been 011 tho theory nhvas put hi tho cold water first - (i.i I. with ulnill nml cross- 1 i.innithat might makes right havo cost and then the hot. I5y keeping this bones 111 white, which was displayman millions. tht3 Bupor-ric- h rule rigidly uccidents from scalding ed by Hit Carraiiza cavalrymen on It Is for theso political battles that will bo prevented. tho Juarez ontl of tho brldgo; creatClark says ho has learned tho philGood habits can not bo taught too ed excitement among American specosophy to which ho today ascribes early. tators, who wero ignorant of Its sigmay save his remarkable, energy and unfailing A scolding mother will nor bring nificance. Tho ling is tho dlTlslonal Suggestions that business acumen. up amlablo children. Mur-KuHag adopted by Gen. Francisco ' Much Suffering "I havo learned never to worry," tho present on tuklng charge of conserve my energios. j ho usserts, "to Sctero Cold Quickly Cured. campaign against Villa. Its signifiTho result Is 1 feel llko a child when "On December first I had a very "death to Morysvlllo, Pa. "Fpr twelve years1 my head touches the pillow, a'ud I cance wiiB explained as severe cold or nttnek of tho grip as cramps. I Villa," and It was first mado public I BUlterod with terrible,navu w wako up fresh for any task." Ut may be, and was nearly down sick wouia troops rcuplod when Murguia'a in bed several days In bed," writes O. J. Metcalf, Wcath-crbevery month. I Chihuahua City. Mo. "I bought two bottles of A 100 aero tarm 4 muca e.ost ot tried all .kinds of remedies and was Hartford, on tho border ot tho oil Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and It treated by doctors, Holds. Good dwelling, baru and oth- was only n few days until I was combut my troublo con- er necessary outbuildings. Young pletely restored to health. I firmFOR FlETCHER'S tinued until ono day Cough f I read about Lydia orchard, strawberry bed and other ly belfovo that Chamberlain's E. Tinkham's Vege- pleasing features. If bonds carry Remedy Is one of tho very "best medy table Compound and seat pike will bo near. icines and will know what to do when VIHGIMA WANTS MONKY what ithau done for See, or writo Tiusley & Darnett, I havo another cold." Obtainable IIKK others. I tried It WKST VIItfllNIA OWES 'm nnd now I am never Hartford, Ky., for fuher particu- overywhero. Virginia troubled with cramps and feci lilto a lars. Jan. 23. Washington. -- . different woman. 1 cannot praise Farm For Bale, I has decided to take further stepH to Lydia . Pinkham's Vegotablo Comi to sell my fa Virginia of pound too highly and I am recommend-Li- k BOLUIKIIS OI'KKATK hasten payment by West KTIllNG OK KTOIIKK acres, located on tho Hartford and it my friends who suffer as I did. ' tho latter's sharo of tho Old Domin- -- Mrs.to Geohcib K. NAYum, Box 72; McIIcnry public road, 2 miles from divided In ion debt when tho State UaryBvillo, Pa. McIIonry, one tnllo from Hartford Paris, Jan. 27. Tho 1861. Younc women wno ore troubled with which gave n painful or irregular periods, backache, storo has mado Its appqaranco at the and Contertown Pike. Tlireo good Tho Supremo Court, In headache, dragp,inj;.down Eeneations, front. In the forest ot tho Argonno wells of water, plenty of fruit for docreo agalnBt West Virginia on fainting spells or indigestion should tho experiment wus'first tried, with family use, fairly good buildings, 20 11)15, will bo aBked Lydia D. Pinkham's Vegetbblo acres In woodland, balanco cleared process tako Thousands have been re- tl o result that It was so successful Compound. behulf of Virginia, to Virginia to pay tho stored to health by litis root nnd herb that tho llttlo shops spring up like of which 2Q acres Is bottom land. requiring West until now there aro Will sell at a bargain. Chango In mushrooms Original Judgmont of $12,393,000 remedy. Writo tor tree ami neipiui ouvuy w stores or shops Of consldera- - occupation only reason for selling. B per cent slnco July "'.'"'?. with Intorost ut Ljdia B. Plnkham Medicine Co. (con-- ; Mo Importance, I1BN L. DAVIS, 1, 1915. This action wan decided UuVntlol), Lynn, Mass. Only women Heaver Dam, II. 2. ' Tho managers of tho shops are all 24tf bo- - open oud nrad uch lotUra. upon at conferences hero I PLUNe'SSsSHl ' fe3EE,ijCLM J. iiuar In Ah MAY PASS D. IN WEALTH s set-off- . iu K Mildkro who have had experience In rlmltai lines before being called to tho rotors, nnd who for ono reason or another, havo been released from duly In tin' trenches. I'ndcr tho flro of tho enemy's guns tho French soldier calmly walks to his provision shop and purchases what paitlrular brand of food bo Is able to ua for, lie It carp, lobster, Shrimp, ojster? or green vegetables. The funds to start tho enterprlso company funds, wcro originally which were donated by Vliu men. The original linonment has In most cases been returned to the unit from which It came, and the profits of the sales are devoted to the men themselves. A sort of nn Insurance fund is set aside out of the profits to provide for emergency, such as the destruction of the store by shell flro or high winds, and the tntiro business In conducted in a manner that would do credit to any of the big mercantile establishments in the larger cities. Chrurren Cry for FietcNes I'be Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been In use for over Ter 30 ytars, haa borne th signature of and lias been made under his AH Counterfeits, Imitations Just-as-go- per-y-j- 5-. and " aro but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the haalth of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. si Eonal supervifiJon Btnco its infancy. Allow no one to do?ivi "ami in tM-j- . ' t Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor 03, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. 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At STARCK PIANO CO.. ii 1313 Starck Bid)!., CHICAGO mmtHJtm iniifftWHWiiimiiii THOSE AWFUL I You Can Be Who f aim r t TTlICIiWTVl t CRAMPS You Wan t To Be I la bj y, Children Cry CASTO R A intor-count- You can bo a success, ami u big success, if you havo AMBITION, KRE11GY, NERVE., Tho road to success is easy if you aro properly propnrod. A Business Education is tho chief requisite for preparedness. Tho big men of today almost without excoption'aro tho men who prepared yesterday. Wo prepare you for tho position that aro waiting for tho prepared man or woman. School in session tho entiro year.. Pupils may .ontor at any time apd receive proper classification. : Olid isle 8 iiii (Incorporated) ol OWENSBORO, KY. I to-da- y - .... Hartford Republican. KtroU Huftrofd. RftorJInR to law t the P.wtofflfa mull ronttr of th Mcond Kj.. elwa. suck as has not been ours since the Spanish-America- n War. Only time can toll what tho future may bring. nni-mosl- ry OBJECTS TO ME I'pbji to humiliate tho practlctw 1 o tho wlfo-bcatc- 'ancient cave man. I 1 I I J ' Wo can forglvo tho ono who continuously boasts ot "I". Our toward the guy who gave us Editor ALLISON J. HARNETT the black eye lessens as time rocs W.'S. TINSLEY,.. Business Manager h Hut tho Kink who Introduced op- t ho four hundred variety of that Address nil coiunlcatlons to iMeal affliction, secluded behind a Ho Haatford Republican. lalr of colored glasses and commonly disguised as "pink .eye", need ask NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS pew no quarter from this sourco once his aoUcritxvii ilfwlrlon th iiirrnt to Identity becomes known. Mrw ronut Rive tl' '1 ad'lrma In iimfclnc the rotwt. Candidates for the Republican lit nod DOflnw" LociiW nn.l Nutln 10c nomination for county offices are out llnfor racti aiMttlounl laxrllon. nti.l Card i Thnl;.V early with their announcements this Oliltanrin. lino, monrjr In ndvunw. year which fact indicates that they Charch Notice for ivrTlw ffc. tit othft bright for tho believe prospects ilTrrtl?mf ntx. - lT llnr.. Starting In November. no nominees will r"-lciimnnl.-t!Aionj-muowith two last week tho list swelled Itantloa materially this lssuo and there are several more to follow. Many pros...... "ls3 pective candidates, however, will CviX33.oailam5. . 3 3"fcrra.axa Siu.tu.xl until hold their announcements spring. j'ERRUARY 2 FRIDAY. WANT NOTHING EXTRA. Judging from certain newspaper ANNOUNCEMENTS. accounts one would think that an enormous tide of public sentiment NOTE Announcements In this colof Hie rate of was sweeping through the State umn are charged for at Kentucky, surging, jamming and 16.00 If started before March 1; calling madly for an extra session of 5.00. Payable In thereafter, the Legislature, and that the one little, simple thing necessary to appease the horde Is the passage of the tax For Keprcsontathe. We are authorized to announce the law submitted by the Commission. candidacy of L. L. EMBHY for the No doubt there Is sentiment In cerfor Repre- tain sections for Just that, but as nomination Republican sentative of Ohio county. Subject for the unanimity of the demand, to the Primary Election. Saturday, it's missing. Amgust 4, 1917. That certain sections of Kentucky's present tax law should be placed" For County Judge. We are authorized to announce the along-sid- e other relics of antiquity candidacy of MACK COOK for the few deny, but at the same time Republican nomination for Judge of objectionable features In to the Ohio County Court. Subject Au- there are the proposed new law. So very obElection, Saturday. the Primary jectionable in fact that the chances gust 4, 1917. of their passage becoming a veritable We are authorized to announce the blunder are in the majority. MemWEDDING for candidacy of U. It. drafted tho Rer Jblican nomination for Judge bers of the commission that of the Onlo County Court. Subject the new bill deserve credit, thanks for their work. to the Primary Election, Saturday. and appreciation August 4, 1917. There are many good things included In the measure, and certainly such For County Court Cltrk. We are authorized to announce the an able Commission can yet Improve candidacy of W. C. BLAXKENSHIP it. if given time. In its report the lor the Republican nomination for Commission states that owing to the County Court Clerk of Ohio county. condition of the State Treasury it Subject to the Primary Election, did not see fit to employ a tax exSaturday, August 4,. 1917. pert. We suggest that the Commis e We ar authorized to announce the sion should be permitted to employ candidacy of M. F. CRUMLEY for the l tax expert, and upon his advice .Republican nomination for bounty some changes made. Court Clerk of Ohio county. Subject The people of this section are al to tlie Primary Election, Saturday, most unanimous against an extra ses 4, 1917 August sion of the Legislature. They feel For Sheriff. that if held until the next session it We are authorized to announce the may crowd out many wild-claws G. A. KAU'H for the candidacy of jcandals. They nomination for Sheriff of and chamber-mai- d EepMican Ohiu county. Subject to the Pri- are afraid of an extra session for mary Election, Saturday, August 4, 'hey tremble at the thought of even 1917. a regular one. They have no assur-anc- o that a good tax law would bo announce the We are authorized to for passed. They haven't forgotten the candidacy of S. A. HRATCHER tho Republican nomination for Sher- last session of this most dignified Subject to tho body and In other words, they aro iff of Ohio county. Primary Election, Saturday, August willing to let bad enough alone for 4, 1917. the present. bold, black type, will bo placed a public rogues' gallery In thu lobby of the city hall, exposed to tlioi I gaze of all. WILSON AGAIN VETOES IMMIGKA- "It seems to mo my Plans of iuib- -' TION HILL RECENTLY PASS- - !,lcjj. exhibiting wlfcbcaters on tho' El) BY CONGRESS. ,trccts has lost Its efToctr," said Ui'dgc Brady, when a wife showed a Jwn'lcn and discolored eye and tes- ,,a,,lt 0( hcr hustft"'1In LITERACY TEST Hereafter the pictures of nil with their names nnd records In rs ILLITERATES MAY LAND,;1"?; lr ir fc- . We are authorized to announce the andidacy of G. P. JONES for the Republican nomination for Sheriff of Ohio county. Subject to the Primary Election, Saturday, August 4, 1917. We' aro authorized to announce the candidacy ot E. H. HOWARD for the Republican nomination for Superintendent of Schools of Qhlo county. Subject to tho Primary Election, Saturday, August 4, 1917. We are authorized to announce the candidacy of M. C. SHROADKR for the Republican nomination for Jailer of Ohio county. Subject to the Primary Election, Saturday, August 4, 1917. Wo arc authorized to aunounco the candidacy of J. W. DUVALL for tho Republican nomination for Jailer ot to tho PriOhio county. Subject mary Election, Saturday, August 4, 1917. bo For Superintendent. For Jailer. If might is right then might must right, but wo think "may" souud3 better. With t"Vacco uringlug good prlceB It looks like a shame to burn the plant beds. jCenEc" About the only sympathy for tho cornea from tho newspaper proof reader. "Turn boys, we're going back," Villa ocand then tho much-sougcupied the vucated territory. Someone, has said the sea connects with Europe, but we had begun to think It was tho Deutscbland. tt tho law does not affect tho train of thought and that of the gown. Eight-hou- r Thero aro two trains that K who Increased his tulents to ten conld have had tho benefit of a Washington pejee noto "leak" ho would have required several years In making his settlement with th Master. Germany's threat to extend the submarine policy without limitations .causes this country to face a cri3ls If that bervant of Biblical blstorv The husband admitted ho occa- -, slonnlly beat his wife. PrciWent Says Many Alien's Come to "You aro fined $500," said tho' The United SMtcw Seeking court. "And you are guing to be Education. the first exhibit in a public rogues' gallery In tho lobby of tho city hall. will let tho peoplo know what i It Washington, Jan 39 President kind of a man you nro when they sec y on the strec,L vetoed the Immi Wilson tiou Bill passed recently by Con- J. P. STEVENS DEAD gress because of Its literacy test pro- vision. It was tho second timo that Prca- - Death of Well Known Cltlrcn Duo To Parnljj.ii and Complications. Ident Wilson had vetoed an Immi- gratjpn Bill bemuse of the literacy! Mr. J. P. Stevens died at his homo testf and for tho same reason siml- ar measures were gi"en vctoe by hero Thursday night, of last week. after nn illness of a little over three Presidents Taft and Cleveland. c ks duration. He was stricken Tho President's veto message tn " 'n which the Llll origin-- , with paralysis which was followed the Hf" 'J uremic poison and his condition nfed follows: CiVl ufcW J tiMjf Vri-- 3, w.., .uch regret to return this1' ".'row slowly worso until it was seen t and stated, by his physician that the bill without my signature was only a question of time. "In most of the provisions of the Mr. Stevens was one of Ohio conn-tbill I should be very glad to concur, best known citizens and spent but I cannot rid mjself of the conJUDGE II. R. WEDDING. years of useful viction that literacy test constltu es nearly seventy-tw- o Wedding has nn-- , other chance. It. It. Judgo a radical change In the policy of he life before answering the final call nouncod his candidacy for the Re- Judgo Wedding begnn his career prin- Ho was elected Sheriff of the county nation which is not Justified In 'publican nomination for tho otllco of as a teacher In thu county schools, ciple. It is not a test of character, tn 1S92 nnd filled the olllco with Judge of the Ohio County Court nnd later taking up tho study of law several of quality, or of persunal fitness, ut credit. He also served Ho Since being admitted to tho bar lies Is now a fullfledged candidate would operate In most cases mcrr'y c irs as marshal of the towns of is one of the'best known politicians Ikim practiced his profession In Ohio as a penalty for lack of opportunity Beaver Dam and Hartford. Recent- of tho county, having served a term nuil adjoining counties. Ho is well In the country from which tho alien ly ho was appointed assistant post- as County Judgu some years ngo. He qualified to be County .Judge and er hero 1 ut bad health prevent- t seeking admission came The opporinndc tho race for thu nomination should he be tho nominee It Is most tunity to gain an education is in ed his continuing In oillco longer four cars ago but waa detented nnd Hkclj that he will bo elected In Noi a few weeks. many cases one of the chief opporfeels that he should be given an- - vember. tunities sought by the immigrant in ' Urv. R. D. Bennett, assisted by . Trank, of Beaver Dam, conduct-- e coming to the United Statcs.and our Mineral services at Liberty Frithe charge of liuving accepted a experience In the past has not been STRAY STREAKS. bribe of $500. Immigrant is is day. The remains were Interred In that tho illiterate The indictment alleges that Brecksuch an undesirable Immigrant. Tests the Liberty burying grounds. (By Fluke McFluke.) Besides his wife Mr. Stevens Is inridge demanded $3,000 from cor-taiof oualltv and of purpose cannot bo clothing manufacturers interobjected to on principle, but tests of survived by tho following children: Mesdames H. B. Taylor, of Beaver ested In hailng strikers prosecuted opportunity surely may be, Dam; T. H. Black, of Hartford, an J and that he finally accepted $500. Objection To Exemption. loulslllo Herald. Brecklnrldgo Mr. surrendered "Moreover, even If this test might Z. HarreJ, of llockport. Patterson Actresa sues for dambo equitably Insisted on, one of tho ages because, whilu in swimmlng.she hlniKi'lf at the district attorney's exceptions proposed to Its application Es hit a log' and now her knees don't olllco and was released on $2,500 ball .' involves a provision which might lead match. Must bo awfully confusing for appearance on Monday to plead T.MVJiaa& to very delicate and hazardous diploto havo a pair of left knees. What's to the indictment. ( 5 Hrz? MV matic situations. tho use? If her knees were both i '.VTTa . r- -, "Tho bill exempts from the right she would probably keep ou i' atlon of the literacy test 'all kicking just the same. who shall prove to the satlsfa on of the proper Immigration officer or Al's wearing goggles this week ' $' to tho Secretary of Labor that .they ; and if you observe any green stuff M, fi - SVrf 7 aro seeking admission to the United In this issue yon will Know Just how States to avoid religious persecution it got in In tho country of their last perraa-- j 7?CiSK I ment residence.whether such persecu- Itanse .M.trtin nays fits daughter- or by' tlon be evidenced by evert acts is mother to a fine boy, of regulations, laws or governmental which her father-in-lais grandS. A. BRATCHER. pa. that discriminate against the alien Mr. S. A. Bratcher, who this week , or tho race to which he belongs beBBBBBBBbVBT JflBBBBBBBviTv as a candidate for the Re- I announces cause of his religious faith.' Seo "Beads Odly Strung" in anoth publican nomination for Sheriff of I er column, last paragraph. Invidious Function. I HON. L. K EMBRVV Ohio county, enjoys a very largo ac- We kinder fell for that trade of. ON ADAMSOX so applied and quajntanco over the county and will DECISION "Such a provision, John's, but quietly speaking, if we I Hon. L. L. Embry ban announced 0 ACT MAY RE POSTfOXED administered, would oblige the ,ouut prove a formidable con-c- had, money enough to give Thomas his candidacy for tho Republican concerned In effect to pass Judg-- 1 tonjer for the honor to which ho all tho boot ho asked we'd just go I nomination for Representative to tho upon the laws and practices ot i prcs, Washington, Jan. 29. A recess Kentucky Legislature, to succeed ' out and buy a distillery. No, no, of the Supreme Court for four weeks, a foreign Government and declare. himself. Mr. Embry served thru thu Mr Bratcher is now a deptuty un- John Henry, wo nro nou a million - that they did or did not constitute from February 5 to March 5, to prelast session of the Legislature with der gherijf g. o. Kcown and has al- i pare opinions, was announced rtlIglou3 persecution. This would, to H0 8ervC(i m that capacity in former heir. distinction and feels that by reason The Harvester and Steel cases and say the least, bo a most lnvhllous ,Jcar3l which well qualifies him for of his editorially, At says that It's a service, experience, gained with, his other Important cases assigned for function for any administration ofll- -' tn0 ofliCO that he seeks. Before be-cho is better enabled to servo high as tobacco is for peoFebruary 26, were reassigned for of this Government to perform, coming a deputy sheriff Mr. Bratcher shame as plo to be burning plant beds. And tho interest of the peoplo ot Ohio hearing on March 6. and it is not only possible but prob- -' wa3 a successful farmer of the Pt. I say county. It's even worseni you thought The usually long recess gave rlso able that very serious questions of pjoasant section. He has made tho Mr. Embry was member of some At, most ot these doggon fellers whnt to speculation regarding prospects International Justice and comity raco for thu nomination for this very Important Com ml t tees during go further, they arise between this Government f c upon two occasions, havlug met burns plant beds for a decision In the Adamson eight-hotho last Legislative session and basdig them up. recelv-thu- s case. It was suggested in and tho Government or Governments jcfcat in tho primary. law He es his claim for by his , v officially condemned should lt3 ej n g00(j Voto at each election, some quarters that, few opinions party, to the faithful and efficient having been given the Adam-o- u be adopted. over, and believes that ho will bo suc-"- I GIANT, 7 FEET TALL, manner in which ho discharged tho BECOMES AN Atrroit trust heretofore, Imposed upon law decision might be In process dare say that Uesf consequcn-- ! cessful tills year. If given tho noml-ce- s him. were not in tho minds of tho pre- - nation Mr. Bratcher will bo very Ho will no doubt mnko u strong conof preparation for announcement Los Angeles, Jan. 27. James tender for tho nomination next Monday. If tho case is not de- pondents of this provision, but $ho mUch In tho raco in the final election, and ir . Grover Tarver. cided then, no decision would be pos- provision separately and in Itself nominated feels ussured of election, v' That's tho name of tho 'newest sible until after Congress adjourns,' renders It unwlso for rac to glvo my REWARD OFFERED ono who FOR MARSHALL NALL William Fox photoplayer as the uext regular "opinion day" assent to this legislation In its presA. S. of E. Notice. literally towers above cvoryono In tho will bo March C, two das after tho ent form." Tho Ohio County Union will meet Ohio county olllclals have been no- motion picture profession and nbovo at tho court houso in Hartfor on Seek To Override It. adjournment. When tho messago was read In tho tified that Governor Stanley on fce- - nearly cvoryono In tho United February 3, 1917. Tho same situation applies In the All loculs are contempt case against United States Hoiiso It was ordered to He on the half of tho State, has offered a ro- - States. s urgently requested to bend Mr. Tarver Is abort In nuino, but Attorney .Marshall, of New York, tablo until Thursday morning, nnd ward of S.100 for tho apprehension and would bo glad to hnvo evwho is asking a habeas corpus writ champloifs of the bill began laying of Marshall Nail, who 13 under Indict-thei- r long In person. Ho'h Just seven feet ery fanner In Ohio county out to plans for nn effort to overrldo ment and wanted hero for tho klll-th- o five lnchoi tall and his weight Is cIoao this, most Important meeting. to prevent him being brought before W aro expecting Stnto Secretary S. Jl. veto. Chairman Burnett an- - Ing of Clyde Ruckcr last Spring, to four hundred pounds. the bar of tho House of RepresentaMr. Tarver was born In Franklin, Robertson that ho would 'i Nail, who Is a negro, escaped Jail tives. Tho power of the present nounced nnd Organizer Blanton to years ago, nnd has bo with us at Two somo tlmo In last October, while tho Tex., thirty-od- d House to Inflict contempt punishment movo for a voto Thursday. this mooting, and possibly Kotnu moro good speakers and expires with adjournment of Con- years ago tho Houeo lacked only! Jailer was serving a meal to tho been with tho foremost circuses sinco he vnn ublc to wulk. Ho leaders of tho organization. gress. four votes of tho necessary two-- 1 prisoner, others escaping at the 1h It Is n thruout tho country. our aim to mako this tho banner over J tlmo wero captured but Nail succeed-th- o It was understood that tho four; thirds majority to pas3 tho bill As a boy, Mr. Tarver was Intro- meeting of" somo veto, tho yeas being 261 and tho Jed In a complete get away. Tho girl weeks' recess was designed primartlmo past. There by tho escaped prisoner was duced to Copt. Martin Van Buren Is much to bo dono for tho good having ily to give the court time to prepare nays 130. Tho attempt colored girl nnd said to havo beon Bates, the famous Kentucky giant, of tho common peoplo at tho presopinions in many cases argued arid cd in the House, no action was tak-i- a a sweetheart of tho indicted negro. whoso stature was seven feet eleven ent. others coming up for hearing this en by the Senate. Inches and who weighed All secretaries aro urged to send week. Whoa President Taft vetoed a ' Ho woro a slzo 26 col- in all old secretary 496 pounds. POLICIES MAY HK J MANY books so that similar measuro because of tho AFFECTED UY DECISION lar and a slzo 15 boot. His wife, they can bo duplicated MAN WHO JOINB ARMY literacy test the Senate succeeded In with new was Miss Anna Swan, was ex- ones, and wo will who NOT A WIFE DE8ERTER overriding h'lm by moro than a 'two- hnvo a very valFrankfort, Ky Jan. 30. By Judg-- i actly his height, and tipped tho uable book that wU be worth u thirds majority but tho Houso fell pounds less than great deal nicnt of tho Court of Appeals, rovers- - Hcalea at ninety-si- x Kansas City, Mo., Jan. 29. A husYOtes. to each local hort about a dozen ., her husband. .uu army Is not theresocrotary, wmn. band who joins the '" . Tho bill which tho President j by guilty ot wife desertion, it was vetoed y paeeed the House last Forman, of Lexington, recovers from J. R. WELLER, JPres. HENRY M. PIRTLE, Sec. when Ar- .March by a veto of 308 to E7 and tho Mutual Llfo Insuranco Company BRECKINRIDGE INDICTED; ruled In Court here ACEITED BRIBE CHARGE $996.08, tho accumulated surplus on -m thur L. Campbell, a detective and the Sunato In December by 04 to 7. llfo policy. a $2,000 twenty-yeFarm For Sale 180 acres, mu National Guardsman, was released s Tho company paid him $518.28, , New York, Jnn. 27. L. S. Brcck-'ifrdgcast of Hartford, divided 'by U on a writ of habeas corpuB. He was WIFE HEATERS' PHOTOS TO a former aslstant district & N. Railroad. HANG IN ROQUKS' GALLERY hut tba court said an "Illustration" under arrest on a fugitive warrant 60 ocrcs good botshowing the estimate! earnings ot atorney who has figured in the con- tom land, 100 acres cleared. from Cincinnati, O., charging him Good Knnsas City, Kan., Jan. 27. With such a policy bad been made part ot troversy between District Attorney water supply, will sell oue-hnwith wife abandonment. If contract, guaranteeing to hiin Swann untl former Judge James A. desired. Excellent tttlo Campbell's defense "waB that he en tha novelty worn off tho plan of tho and prlco br listed for service on tho Mexican bor-- 1 shackling wlfcbcaters and making' 996.08. Tho suit probably will af- - Dolchanty, which resulted In charges right. Location could hardly bo betder and that his wife left hero while them sweep tho streets of this city, feet many similar policies in forco la 'being filed by the ctly club against tor. Apply to L, p. Foreman, Harty Mr. Swann, was indicted ou ford, Ky. Judgo Joseph Brady has hit on a now Kentucky. bo was with his regiment. 32ir to-da- ?" f i '' v' ' i'1 u ' c al:-'-.- at s$SS&' ""irHyTii m aws asM in-la- w w ofll-iI1- er nt to-ia- er ur how-cxercl- su to-da- y, ' ' ' dclo-gate- I well-know- fall-Blay- od one-four- th ib ruim to-da- to-da- y, ar ,1'tf-mile- e. lf to.-da- "Hf" LZLE?f rVlW i.M. ! 1.. Jl A. . Tjia.j&M.&rntomaaiiJi mM bbWI35S Vv - tT' U i i4 ATTENTDN1 MR. FARMER! 4 you expeect raise do, bacco this season? take a word of admoiion from us. Buy your tobacccanvass at once . The quantity small, and the price, on account high cot, ton, is soaring. Do to-you Wc have on hcind to-da- y p grades: l-- 2c Ohio River B. Gradi 2 Ohio River C. Gradt . . 3c i M- I The quantity is ited, and future prices are sure be hih. BUY NOW, and r ember that it pays to trade with ause that saves yov money. Mr. Wallace II. Hlloy tho needs of tlio schols of our Ib the TwcUtk entnry the ' ; , A silk Industry was oetabllfihed in Palreturn to Union City, Tonn., nt'ty and If nomlnatod and elected hoi IUDUjbl ermo, Sicily, and tho Sicilians not uu very otBi umicnvor yo an cany uaic alter visiting roiauvra uruiiiini-REVERSED BY COURT only bred silk worms, but spun nnd hero and In Eastern Kentucky. Mr. advance tho Interest In the education wovo nllk. Ily tho Sixteenth centulllloy In proprlutor of tho Union City of all of our hoys and girls ry silk wnR being mado In Italy, Bottling Works which has hceu lens 10:,'10 Wednesday About night cd during hla visit. someone In what might bo termed a. .JVMiK 8ETTLH GRANTS PLEA OF Franco and Spain, and nt tho beginning of tho Seventeenth century FRlEltUUG TO COMPEL DEPlows! Spring will soon ho hero pcrfectstato of Intoxication, with tho tho industry was finily established LIVERY OK WEED. Plows accent on tho "tor," wendod hla way and you will need them. In England. o James I. tried to t along tho streets of havo advanced 20 per cent slnco sHk culture Into Virginia, but laBt year, but wo sell them nt the old Hartford, RoUquorlng In tho moot ' tho e year prlco. Anything In tho terms, and with somo Frankfort, Ky., Jan. 31. Tho In- In colonists were mora Interested In 1718 Loulslina took tobtveco. 'nblo portion of tils body smashed junction sought by II. Fricburg, In- Implement lino wo havo. 8. L. KINO & CO.', with a "bang!" ono of the big win- -' rorporatcd, of Louisville, to compel up the Industry, and in 1732 It was By 1749 commoncod in Georgia. down In the front of Cnseblcr's pool O. P. CcClary, of Louisville, to Hartford, Ky. Navigating, dodging snags ply with lifn contract and dellvor to tho production In Ktowczor on tho Mr. M. C. Schroadcr. Hartford. It ,ln fo"'"l U main him 1,200,000 pounds of tobacco, waj Savannah river amounted to 1,000 2. a rosldent of IlOHlne precinct, ls.hcro aml tllorcpounds. In 17fi9 Connnaticut took (Main street) and oh, yoii granted by Appelate Judgo asking for tho nomination for Jail- - channel up tho industry. 111 fato, he broko his Httlo brown Settle. cr of Ohio county at tho hands of tho China still leads in silk producJug In front, of Ilcr's grocery. Yo Settle granted an Injunction Republican party, In the August, tion, although tho actual amount Is comes editor happened to bo on the Job In for H Friei'iirg, Tncorpori ted, 1917, primary. Mr. Schroadcr iuc' nor, Gaston, Williams unknown, with Japan second. Franco from a largo Republican family, Is a tho Republican olllco and yo editor is tho greatest cenofflco becamo slightly nolvous but asldo fc Wln or from receiving tho tobacfarmer and well fitted for tho ter nt Europe. In America tho from the abovo related no dnmago co from MoClary. to which ho aspires and says he exJivlro Eottlo heard tho 'ollnwipg. son, N. Is largely centered In Paterpects to hustle until tho homo wire was done. Podestrnlns easily trackJ whero silk mills give em ed tho militant Wednesday n?ornlng statements upon which tho Injunction Is ernsse'd. by tho drops of blood hero and thero was r a-; tilli sul Hut ployment to a large proportion, of V' In this number will lie found tho caused to flow because tho glass was ho ha-- ' ought 1,200,000 pounds of tho cilj's inhabitants. announcement of J. W. Duvall ns n sharper than he. tola n - n McClary, and that SUGGESTED 81TK8 IN TWO caudldato for tho Republican nomidcllvorcd to him less than 2",- 8TA JtfS TO BR INSPECTED Judge R. K. Leo Simmcrman re nation for Jailer of Ohio county. Mr. 000 pounds, but Irttead sold the to Duvall has heretofore been before turned from Owcnsboro Tuesday ev- bacro to J M Buckner, Gaston, WR Wellington, Jan. 30. Tho Naval tho voters and Is quite well known ening where he, in behalf of the local Hams - Wiimoro Ho sought tin and "Ruck," ns ho Is generally K. of P. lodge, contracted with Mls3 i Inhinrtlnn to rmnlrn Mnfilarv tn com-- 1 r:r..iii1.. whlrli will tnr.nrvrt .. .. . . . . . i(r0fl .. , lor uia jii.uuo.uoo armory known, Is certain to make a good Willyo Neely, acting for the Wales' "y . u..u """ '" 'HerGas--- ' ,Mt prol)abljr wlll ,caT0 Washlng strong contest and It elected will Lyceum Company for an engage- junction to restrain Btickncr, serve with credit to himself and to menf hero Thursday, February 16 ton, Williams & WIgmoro from re-- . i.m !?it Ihla wnnlr Tnr tlintr first In- tnilr w1llph TO.,. Members of tho K. of P. order nrc the county. ' l,,u louilcco u" ol wu,cu wua , them into West Virginia and Western elated at securing the services of Wl The Magisterial district meeting nuili dlkt rat , A.t, n .. ut n .. l UD ITn.l " Maryland. Rear Admiral Fletcher, U1IU n rt ilUl l" iSUll UUIL CillUI LUItlUI c ; of tho A. S. of K. held a Bennett's ford people have had no lyceum talhead of tho board, reported to Sec- -i Card of Thanks. schoolhouso Saturday was largely ent hero this year a record for atclary Dinlcls Monday that tentative To thoso who so kindly ministered attended, every local In tho district tendance Is plnu'i for a trip first to Alabama and Six to us during tho recent Illness of was represented and much enthusi;ompu.., "- our husbrnd and fathcr, Jir. J. p. Uco gla had been changed because eiuoruiiiiera lurm iasm was shown. Quito a few ladles Hie program given iu hero will bo the Stovens nild for tho kln(1 words of (ho liiorabors want to await an an- wcro present and an excellent din- same that has met with success of ores in tho Alabama disiuLvnlpathy aftcr hfg dcathf wo cx. The next local New York and other largo cities of' ner was served. , 0p raost s,,Kcro and hcartolt trict before looking over the promeeting of tho A. S. of K. will be the North and Kast. Miss Neely Is posed sites in that section. held with Washington one month alorte capable of entertaining an au-- 1 tuau8 Aftor tho trip through West yjpU AjjD CHILDREN. from next Saturday. y Mr, and KMRM, l ly Intro-duc- J . un-la- st lady-lik- bleed-Far- m corn-parl- I - tc-d- Ju-'g- -- 1 Mc-Clr- ry F- . Kiffrf-pfttp- ri " -- . I I O . high-cla- ss - , ly-l- s Vlr-"'n- ia Vo Hat u, ii. as v ? Wf WAXTo exchange a good young mt a number ono good cow and ir will sell mulo for . i. n v.. uia.i. r. or uuurcss, w. m. ELLIS. IS, Ky. 30tf Mr. fin C;ilu rlllunn nrn ll.r. proud gr ents of a flno girl, born Jam, to their daughter and and Mrs. O. G. Rogers, liand, Ky. Ethel Olio was sent to the Christian Orphans Homo, Louisville! tlmn fdncp. bv thn local Chri urch, died of Bron- chlal pno on Inst Monday. Shorlff lown left last Tuesday for IV Tex, armed with a rcnulsltiuo" return of Win. O. Rcynol s neing neni ny inn Toxaa au charged with so- ductlon. win-lMr. ja KerUJiu.an. KKimOAUYS it. . KKHAY.... NO. 113 UUO al ClllUlltu ...- -- r 7:30 a. m. No 110 duo at Ellmltch .. 3:40 p. m. No' 112 Lv. Ellmltch p. m. Ar. Irvlngton .. 6:35 .. Gi6G p.m. Lv. Irvlngton p.m. Ar. Louisville . 7:40 8:35 a.m. No. Ill Lv. Louisville.. m. Ar. Irvlngtou ..10:UG a. Lv. Irvlngton ..10:40 a.m. 1:0 P- - mAr. Ellmltch TAIH.K. M., II. Al K. H. U. TISIK No. 115 8outb, Bound, st. u timi: tabu:. ... - Due'al Hartford North Bound. No. - m f''5 Due at Hartford tboih "Mixed "rains.) vW-A,- 9 Ill m In a lot rs. Shown Captain C. B. Sho Company now on N Persqiiai Hw t . hI Mr. am to C. Martin arc tho parcti ultm.twiiinil lim' bom Mon j box of tho new ...... In Hart con or niiHuu per cent to 113 i populurllyliio " nnd lot l'or rsii"- - iimun male relatives Apply at this riieou t 531.U. 13tf of tho Ma y olllco. Tho E Society of tho of Bowling Mr. Uenltv Christian will glvo "Llfo to vUlt Green, nrrliol Wednesday Linos Acn a" next Sunday a fiw laB- relatives evening at lock. An cutcr- of B. taluiueut f ihunago work in Mr. Leo Salmon, of tho firm Llvla, was in India. Ev nvlted. C. Salmon & Sons, Rev. B. r wlirpreach at Hartford yesterday. .. In moving into tho Motho Sunday niorn- ...-- Airs, uiii. n'.imnr property corner Washing- Ing. Eldo hliii: will deliver tho Hoover tho ovonln md wlll bo here ton and Clay Street. was for tho Q icctlng Monday 'jack Sklllman, Owcnsboro, clock. Hay, afternoon purchasing hero this week ltMnf- - VOI. in ftiA nnnnii'a Ga. which eocb to Atlanta, for the White W. C. Frank v of Bwann Lau vnnsvllle. Satvv nov. and Mrs. parents of a isfaction g Laundry , call Beaver Dam. nro theTuesday morn- boy. born d ed for Mo nlngs. Special attention t toraers. Ing: 30tf and ' Was' 'appointed Tho Wi cky Seminary ' T H. Black 41 as administrator of the basket balllted tho Madls-onvilY. 5iIntot at Beav- J. P. Btven; deceased. or Dam Sa lit by tho one- 1. February Tjic feature meats. Cood soim sided score For fancy wiod ml of the gamtt around play auu .. Tl boys, who dis .. ' "" groceries go to LI- - II1H ui iuo beet cut to your notion, played exec work. kens Meat-. war". Miss Lou "entertained -- . wMlschlo enter TmwilnV OV II luv Mir. tV. After b , more at nu av evening at nve , I 411 wm mutt. . tho horde) that ho and about fifteen of i of tho company aro sick. la and colds seem to bo tho ,.., 1 uluo-poun- le Soot r T R Iff ...s."i: ..- frashments WU LC0 L0W,9:rea Ifled as MWira)tt" competent, drBcouuy coii oa tuo salad, nnd. "'icno ?c?Uv., r in- - ot tho hos and rook v Hulitful lun ; dll, llVo.hundred A dl). Dea-fow- cofft;0 wad t j(j guc8tfli l, of r dishes and 27tb. and Maryland tho board prob-il!ulpiicn for an entlro evening as inoso i --o l v 11 tour Tennessee, Alabama We announce in this Issue tho who heard her upon her former vis PICKS UP AND CARDIES TEX ind GuorgU, and later will inspect Esq. Mack Cook for tho its hero wlll attest. Tlio Knights of candidacy of POUNDS OF NAIIS IN A YEAR niKgviited locations in the Ohio ValRepublican nomination for Judgo of Pythias are to be congratulated up the Ohio County Court. Esq. Cook on their successful efforts to secure Bcllovllle, 111., Jan. 27. Attor ley and Middle West. The claims ccctlon will bo carefully entertainment for Hert- ney August Barthcl has on hand a of Is well known thruout tho county, a high-clas- s having recently served ono term as ford February 15. quantity of Junk ho will sell soon, iftd beforo those of another secJ. P. O. C, and was an applicant for probaMy. Tho Junk consists prin- tion aro taken up, with the board A Birthday Dinner. nomination four years ago. Mr. tho cipally of various kinds of nails he spending several days in WashingOn Sunday, Jan. 28, 1917, the rel- has picked up from the paved ton between trips to digest the data Cook will make a strong race and It nominated and elected will make a atives and friends gavo Mr. Hiram streets since U10 first of last Jan- gathered. Taylor a surprise dinner, that being uary. In addition to tho nails are clean and capable Judge. GCth birthday. It was Indeed a a. number of hbno shoes studded LYCEUM COMPANY COMING meeting of tho creditors of his At a UNDER K. OF P. AUSPICES great day. Everybody brought well with nails. Dundee Mercantile Company held In filled baskets. Thoso present wera On tho first of thi3 year Attorney Owcnsboro last Friday, R. R. lllloy, Rich Taylor and family, Miss Mary Under tho auspices of tho Hart- of Hartford, was selected as trustee Taylor, W. T. Brown and family, J, Barthol made a quiet resolution to Iford Lodgo, Knights of Pythias, the himself to tho effect that durlnrr to wind up 'tho estate. Tho assets L. Moore and; fatally, W.ilt3 Entertainers will appear at II. A. Taylor tho following twclvo months appear to be about $G,000 and Jin. nhil family, Harmon Whitcscarver would pick up every nail ?.wl he College Hall here Thursday oy- Hartford bllfties about ?9,000. onlng, February IB. fam attending wcro, C. M. and family, A. C. Bcrryinan andBend; horseshco ho found on the strectu, Clnro YnusUn, dramatic reader ami ily, Mr. Wash Brown, of Little and then mado tho equally quiet Crowe, M. L. Hcivriu, Krnbst Wood- . Mr. Brub Eliott, Mrs. Eliza Kitchens, guess that ' o Junk ho would thus Imnereoiinter, heads tho company of Others I t Hinliat Tiwln TftoDAa T)it1tv Tlan. ward and G. B. Likens. ?!k players giving new comedy dra-K.- a, collect would wcli:h ten rounds or from Ohio county present were H.sq.( ,, "Rejuvenation," written for ,lzabeUlt Ruh and moro at the end of tho year. W.S. Dean, postmaster. E.F.Duko presentation by Warner Hard3G present. All report a Tho attorney raid hi3 collection of Dundee, and A. II. Renfrow, of, Qf ing, The play of the hour, in which was beyond tho ten pound mark , woman suffragist climbs to a posij music. The young folks hnd an old and still going good. after-I- ti tion of power. Politics and clean, G. P. Jones has shied his sky piece fashioned game of base in tho "It is surprising tho number of sharp comedy woven about tho elixir ' One Present. tho ring for tho Republican nails that find their way onto the I tablet of eternal youth, whereby Mrs. Ination for Sheriff of Ohio county. paved streets," ho said. Wales, from Grandma Courtrlght of Mr. Jones Is not without experience COUXTY ASSESSMENT Tho attorney's observations havo 80, grows younger by the stages of FOR 1017 FALLS OFF led htm to ' the knowledge In tho Sheriff's olTlce having served that suffragist, society woman and determ of T. H. ns deputy during the there are certain streets on which Black, which serves to lit him for thoj Tho Assessor's return as of Sept. moro nails can bo found than on butante, to 20, bringing into play tho Company entire gamut of emotions Mr. Jones j 1. 191G, for the year 1917 shows a' . position which ho seeks . A.dHlMnA carries own sconery, drawing room 01 Mrn,sau., ine raises or was born and reared in tlio Orom-jioiand offlco sottingi Strictly profes- well vicinity and now resides in Bcda , Increases by the County Board of Su- - gtTjr ONCE WORTH including Hobe S. Green- precinct. He Is a successful farmer pcrvlsors, lately adjourned, amount! WEIGHT IN GOLD 8,onal leap, Comedian, and Ninata Mayne, and a good business man, and prom- - to 11 total of $410,415, giving a'grand, Ises his opponents a good clean fight, total, as returned, of $4,884,755. Two monks from the Indies ar- who played leading roles with Wm. for first pluce in tho coming primary. G,386 poll tax payers were found, rived in Constantinople in tho year O.u'n Company. Miss Willyo Nocly, who has apschool children and 1.5G3 dogs. WG, bringing with them silk wornls reMr. Rowan Holbrook, who was Tho Assessor's return for the pres- nnd the knowledge which enabled t peared beforo Hartford audiences cently appointed deputy State Bankent year, compared 'with last year Is them to teach tho manufacture ot upon two previous occasions, will ing Commissioner, stated yesterday short $1S5,07G, tho the Ohio County silk. From tho industry launrhed bo with the Wales Company on their evening that ho was undecided ns to Supervisors increases for by those two mo"'is and tho'r as- vitit to this city in February and vtrt lin itrflill n tntltt Ml A Board of iiilinilinn this year exceed thoso of last year sistants has sprung tho factories In when that fact becomes generally appointment. Tho appointment of .iinr.nM Europo and Ameri " "" J oted to the kiiown a crowded house la assurod I1"' Mr. Holbrook to this important po - "' practically 1 10 fraternity men. Miss Neely, $100,000.00 for pres- making of that fabriu. of sltlon Is a recognition of his olllclcut ent ear. China, which boast3 of being tho whoso homo is in Owcnsboro, is au merservices to hla party that Is well -- o-blrthnlaco of so many modern In outertaincr of raro talent and was ited. Mr. Holbrook Is now Vlco Pres R0 wuU I),casCl1 tno receptions Wallace Bradley. dustrles. was tho original homo of j.'rrordcd ident of the Bank of Hartford and hta , Mr Logan Bradley, of Hartford, hero upon her former visits silk. In tho year 2G40 B. C, So- many friends In Ohio county. nUUonn(, msa vera Wallace, of Cromwell, llng-shspouso of the Emperor that sho speaks ot bclntr delighted .iIhIah .. .. . -.- ..I ..U..W.I., U'JU.LU itini ttn lino lsitn lim - , tluj l""08!3"1 ot returning. It was marrmCQ at .1,0 l,0m0 T as having a recorded -ored. are urging that ho dcclluo to1nf .!iv lnnpv s Ti,n'.lv,u,"b1": mru iter cuoro mat 1110 lviugius oc i neon a patroness of tho silk industry, accopt becnuso acceptanco would bride Is tho daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. encouraging tho cultivation ot tho Pythias wcro enabled to securo tho probably mean tho moving ot Mr, C. D. Wallace Sho is a most charm- mulberry trco and tho rearing' of dato with tho Walc3 Company. Holbrook and his family to Tho cntertnlnora havo about fuling young lady, who possesses inauy worms and reeling of silk. Tills friends. Mr. Bradley is a promising WTimrnMi norRnnnllv ivirnrl trr tnrirn filled their contracts in tho North and column pf young farmer. Tho young pcoplo numbers ot silk worms, and tho Chi- - wlU 'ft0 llQrt wU0 on JurnW to In tho announcement Tho Republican wlll bo found tho carry with them to their new home ncso adlrin that sho iuventcd tho first I tho South whero they will bo engag ed for several weeks in tho princicard of Mr. M. F. Chumloy, ot Sim- - in Hartford tho best wishes of a host loom. mons, who aspires to bo tho Repub-o- f friends, aftor the wedding, supper - pal cities of Dixieland. For centuries tliq Chlncso Jcalouslka nominee, and eventually, tho wns served to about boventy pco ly guarded tho secrot ot silkmaklng, Lose Good Member. Coiiuty Court Cleric of Ohio county. plo. but eventually knowledge of tho art Tho Ladles Rural Club of WashMr. Chumloy Is a young man of good spread to Korea and thonco to Ja- ington aro sad nt heart over tho loss nppearanco and his ten years in the GIN AND CHEESE ARE pan, whero tho industry was estab- of Mrs. Jan to Wallace, ono of their employ of tho Broadway Coal compaFORCED TO "CHEESE IT" lished about the Third century of tho truu and faithful members ot their ny us wclghman nnd clerk havo addpresent ou. The art was carried order, who baa left us to mako her ed to his quullllcatlons for tho office Now York, Jan. 30. Thirty tons thenco to India, and finally reached homo in Akron, Ohio. We, tho Club, ho asks for. Although ho has al- of merchandise consisting of Holland Europe , wish her much success and happiways beau a staunch Republican he gin and Dutch checso, part ot a 300-to- n Wrought silk, tho product of In- ness In her new location. has never sought to hold an offlc6 be cargo on tho patch steamship dian and Persian looms, was brought A MEMBER. fore If tho Republicans of thql Vulcanus, were thrown into tho sea to Grccco in the Fourth century B. .... ono of by orders of a German submarino county see fit to make him C, and that it was known in Romo Proper Reminder. ho will no cqmmander when tho ship was. holdi'ln tho time ot Tiberius thero is their standard-bearor- s Ho was a rickety young man, and doubt bo victorious la November. up by a December 27, off the proof in tho passing of a law prohi- kept very lato hours, but had now Prof. B. 8. Howard, this weok an- English const, according to officers biting the. wearing of silk- - by men, Joined tho Fusiliers and was ordernounces his candidacy for Superliir ot the Vulcanua on arrival here to- and declaring that it was "fit only ed to tho front', and on bidding farefor women." Vhon silk had to bo well to bis beloved ho said to hor. tendent ot Common Schools ot Ohio day, Tho vessel was on her way from imported iuto Europo from Asia it county, subject to action ot tho "Darling, when I am far away wilt Republican party at tho Primary Rotterdam to Lisbon, Portugal, tho was literally worth its weight in gold, I thou guro at yon star every night and Election Aug. 4th, next. Prof. How- officers said, when tho submarino ap- and wno sold by wolght, a pound of think ot me?" ard was reared upon a farm in the peared, An oQlcer came aboard and silk for a pound ot gold. At that "I will, indeed, dearest," sho reby plied. "If I needed anything, to reSelect precinct and for several years mado a carofu) examination ot tho period it was guiiorally-bcllcvc- d mind mo ot you I should- - cuooso that taught tn tho common schools thru- ship's manifesto- - Ho passed every- Europeans that silk grow ou trees. industry spread very star." Tho European out the county, but is now rounding thing that to bis mind would bo of opt bis second year as a member of no uso to the enomy, but drew a slowly, nnd in tho tlmo ot Charlo- "Why?" , "Bccauso it is out so very lato at tho faculty of Hartford Colloge. It sharp linn on tho gin and cheese, magna a. gift by that rulof to uu- goes without saying, tbut Prof. How- daclarlug them ''contraband food-- J other monarch of "two silken vesta" night and looks 00, pain in tho morn was couelucred a display ot lavish- - iuz." ard Is competent and familiar with stuffs." cJi .o 1 h, , e8 m . nom-'noo- n. 1 ai ... I "--- its c8' 6,-9- S0 I ... "ll e, ....'"" ...... I ... 1 TU-Dl- ts L gm 2f v. w wMriAMfer a wm tfvti ANKfa& fT? iS m j jw HjrAt .,. ft V ( I i 1 " and market prices are high, our farm- stone, his corner; (honco with his gppp3S3-5pj- ji 21 poles to a stake, ers reap tho benefits of good roads, lino .V. his corner: thence S. BS't W to a cheap transportation, and high mnr-k- point Intersecting tho Hut of .1. T. HOTEL fcvs Ifn I Smith, Jr.; thence K. 3t'. with line prices for their products. own best contribute to all tills by pa of J. T. Smith, Jr., to the Attarney Law excepting out of the nbove 'lug a tax for building good roads, lmundary four lots sold oft the Stcm-nn- il Kot torn is to make land titles certain rnthor (ha tclunB, tK., vo. Control of Watermelon HARTFORD, &. north end of cald tntct on tho nnr-rc'- .t Ho cer V.inhlncVn, I). C. Watermelon nnd easy of transfer to do away hcIps patiPnCo nnd prollt? Will liractleu lila jiiofoiRloii In Mj 1'errj road. Containing about decay of the with land tltlo litigation nnd the tnn,y si10ui(i ecn jr 1C ,ns to :: I acr.', and being fame coniey-c- l tm Kteni rot results In a td adjoining counties. ComuioicBa ITC'-- J tv . r of ON1 Si.TsTT tn deculnut by V. II. Smith by' melon, at the stem end, which usu- eternal nut) expensive search l)py R )0,uP,i ,iit, f,,r 'In and Crimlnil l'rnctlce n Specialty. V ally develops during transit to mar- ords and making of abstracts which bll1(HnK of g00,i roatl,t indeed, all dee I oi record in tho Ohio County I s2iC3t'-'things considered, with reference to Clerk's ol'ieo in deed book 3d, page ket. The Investigations of tho U. S. now cost landowners so much. LL OFAMERSCAN r n'tiu:TiiiTio tllTiM'. ll.MITO , Of course, the man getting a Tor- - . .,colloniy of K00,i ro,,llb. ., wnul,i .is l. rtiii)i'l Kr department of Agriculture have lliirlti.nl. Kt Xo. 2 Heglnnlng at a stake nay for It. The fee, to witdum on his part to pay a es nn Tract nhown that tho. catiMi Is a fungus reus title has to H.iretts Kerry road, corner to the ' city In l'fe ffiS t STRATTON & MARTIN , VcunJ, lit rc.w(ia head: which fs common In many southern however, need i.ot bo lnrge, not to' build permanent good roadfc. If nbovu tract; thenco S. GI14 AV 14 Int. poles to a stako; thence 3, CO w. Attorn oys at Law why not? fields or dead stalks of cotton, corn, much larger than tho cost now of an to te httt ll It fiTl umk-In- g 42 5 poles to a stouo, corner In the countrjnen. Good roads arc an Indication of nbovu tract; thenco K 1)2 W. 21 mid many weeds, an well as on de- examination of records and the CROMWELL, - KY. of an abstract. Laws establish enlightenment, social progress, un I poles to a stake another comer; caying melons. The spores of this Will practice their profession In IW s.plrllC(1 people, jiving and are. blown about by the wind ing tno system usunny provide ui.u fungus thenco d7 K 1 poles to n stake; 'and dlollllllL" rnnnllnn r'.ll.lli.n. .n-?- T? title fee shall be a certain per ' )irnB f()r an ,IltelUBunt ftml Ul.. thenco NT. 33 W !i '. poles to a stake and lodge on the moist cut end of Ikli I (:o"""irc,al " Criminal Practice on Huffs Hr.iuch; thence with said stem after It is severed cent of the value of the land, and BreM,V0 communl,y. the, melon ffcj Specialty. I'rompt nnd vlgorou llar-ret,- ?i ?Vbranch as It meanders to the , ., to , v , b .. u from the vine, germinate, nnd grow this prevents the charges ou a small service. .Notary In offteo. Ferry rnid, thence with the f.e!al splric that fosters the t im- IlarretlB Kct into the melon, which often begins tract becoming too great. , road to the beginIf the Torrens sjstem should bo munity life, than to hnve the so 1 ning, containing about four ncrei. to decay within three days. The experiments made last sum- onacted into law, it Is not likely that and sordid nature that injures all by nnd being the same land upon which The PTtaLinl jrfinjf-1l.uC. M. Smith lived at tho time of his rM ic:fi.l. mer on sccrnl carloads of melons of- ninn people would go to the expenso It narrow, and its it,!' death and known as tho homo place, !mt )iaiicn on I'cn"i; of getting n Torens tltlo unless then fer good hopes that this stem-en- d vrnur. lHlh am! -It 5". ,:uul same conv. ed to him in tho a iloirjIiU- hrP' irikrit lindjl iou'!r, 'Jt hlnisoT Ky. jot can bo prevented. The methods was some claim against their land liven the individual j vision of the cctati of John T. Iti (or I arlir, contilious. SchciJ recommended by tho Department of which they felt would be set aside by greatly benefited (through nnd by .Smith, iir., an.! which deed of par- , Men bu- - good roads and society); because of tit Ion is of rci lrd In deed book .11, Highway and ijll'ru. a competent examiner. Agriculture are as follows: The rcnlu'sn rttraijc pago 203, Ohio County Clerk'B of1. ot lulmte ami r'ir. Cut and burn all weeds around lug land would he likely, however, to the common good, which includes tho fice. Each of said tracts to bo sold rro;le Design. titles. Certainly good for each and every individual. lit prnfi'nity 10 - the field' and along ditch banks dur insist on Torrens kI avv Di.rtmtTil, ali ('? subject to the homestead lutirests of j one nftur I they would If wie. Thus , cl !ii,t(.ni4l It, j inu Jng the winter. Now, this article may not suit the widow', Myrtle Smith, therein. mjlci Hit lutcl . t l ' 2. that tho melons another the land titles ot tne state some people; for It is written from From tu a lmti.ntniti.l)-i.e- . Tho purchaser will bo required to for the viewpoint ot socialization, and Is ,ct on the vines, all cull fruit should would delinltely be determined execute bond with approved security The PcThatan rltfTH Held weekly all time and disputes about boundar- - imbued with the social spirit (which Immediately alter sale. tie hauled out of tho will rUclH-t- l lath l. 52.0'J and up Roon day of January, 19 17. This, tht and fed to hogs, or deeply burled. les, overlapping claims, and disputed abide, with all collectivism for vile bath, 72 SO U Cu aj OTTO C MARTIN. Wash the wagons used for hauling rights bo done away with. the common good), but men nnd Wjite for t'c Master Commissioner. Certainly, this is a consummation brethren, let us hare more of the 29t3 culls with a two per cent bluestone CL'FPCF V J.jt M. L. Heavrin, Attorney. m:.vi:i: dam, kv. devoutly to be desired. .Man. ;:. solution. social spirit that contributes to the too, that the sys good of all. There Is a chance, 's. Spraying with bordeaux mixOlllre Jnmc-- . Tn.tlor's I.Uer.r Ilnrn. ture 'for anthrucnoso will probably Um will lie absolutely necessary to Let us assume a bonded debt for jSrSft GOOD the successful working of tho new Ohio county to build good roads; for rot. help control stem-en- d j harvesting melons ' farm loan law in this state. Cer- - by so doing, we will enhance the Mm 4. Laborers . m i ii in V fii Secured or Your Mcnr .slf i should never cu.t or touch a decayed tainly there are thouKtnds of land value of our farms, benefit the comI , Avii! iKJ w 'i (titles now to clouded by uncertainty munity, beautify the country, econti vlt melon. if you th Pniui') tri T . tnuninj tlmt in:Mnn iih'o n will have omize our resources, enlarge our soowners of the i 5. Cut melons with long stems i "hat the , cvnt.xKoir. irciiurcc or : ; km t '. tu. and load into cars with the. least pos- - KUle chance ot getting money on it' cial horizon, have better social cen- onxvanoys puaitici!, i:t'hr t'lduCAh. hi' wlble delay and with tho utmost care; through the farm loan associations ters, better homes and buildup pros- -handling to avoid bruising. Onen until tho title are cleared up. Thf perity for ourselves through the in new law is just one more reason why medium of better society, car ventilators. bctci (. Most impoitnnt of all, apply vse rhould have the Torrens syMoni. schools and the economy of good We Knock the Spots Out Of ThlDgS Southern Agriculturist a paste made of common starch with loads! o tdx per cent bluestone to tho tresh-l- y Xcglit'tctl Odds d'nuv AVoise. as tho melons are being cut .MASTKIt commission nirs sai.i:. A cough that racks and irritates packed in thmo car. It has been nay lead to a serious lound that disinfecting the stems at the throat Ohio Circuit Court. French Dry Cleaned and Pressed In a other times b lees effective, as the chronic cough, if neglected. The j IV Austin, Plaintiff, Superior Manner s. .healing pine' balsams in Dr. Hell's ' paste is rubbed off by handling. Send us your Garments and Hnve Defendant, Wright, As the packer arranges the mel- Pine Tar lloney Nature's own rem- ! WILL YOU T OUARAXTEEI) (CIJ ' Irtuo of a judgment Them ons In tiers, have him place th edywill soothe and relieve the Ir- - der of sale of the Ohio Circuit and '- -. -Court, TAKE I One hundred cent I i stem ends outward, while a reliable rltation. breathing will be easier, and r(.lu)ert.j at tno November CLEANED CLE IN term. I value. Special r V. I I properties will kill tho j 1&16, in the above cause for the Packages boy cuts a section of the stem and the antiseptic called for and delivered. . wI applies a cohering of paste with a germ which retarded healing. Have sum of $75.00, with interest at tho . v.-I I Sfflyfflj F STEV croup, sore throat and rate of C per cent per annum from it handy for tmall, round brush. THE ELITE PRESSING CLUB B R. F. D. 7. 9th day of February, 19 10, Ha Ky. I 0Ke4SOkk A Triafmi 7 Freight cars that have con chronic bronchial affections. Gel a the and nil r)Kts herein, 1 will until otter paid, 1 I Representing A. Iva Null, Pi op. tained decayed melons or yard refueil'oltlo today. Pleasant to take. At tor sale by Public Auction at the for WEAK- I Marble & Granlt jdiould be washed clean and cprior oil Druggists, 25c. Court House door in IfurHord. on HARTFORD, KKVTI KY LUNGS or Monday, the 5th day of February, with rt two per cent hlut,tone olu CONSUMPTION '"Jj- - 1917, about one o'clock p. in., upon tion.- - -- U S. Department of Agricul- COiiTi ROADS. a credit of six months tho following --saesrr tuio, ys frcrlbed property, v A tract of land lying and being fit (ily V. H. Cundiff.) A rniick irtii-- t for llul tnnl. rundown firlinr. I r couclu, paint la elicit, nitlil turaM. hrmui Our Ohio Count farmers need bet-- 1 Ohio county. KwttucKy, on the waters Ssttm Is. Wliut Tlio Ton-enrh !?., wrjk lum nr toatumiition. It it dai ,,s Rrecn River and bounded as fol-- i . . aalbelp you ll colli you aotblaf. ujtliia ! ,,tr.ft,,o,t,.n nmi ... ui.iifli'i'.wn"" .. The Torrens system Is a pystem of Iaws- WWSk OHIO SI way to have better J Be"KhmillK at a st0Ile on thf, Rock-meaJL Lock Oo 018 land title registration. Under it ketlng. The MEDICAL CO, COLIIMnim o of transportation and market- - port aH Cromwell road; thenco land titles ore examined by a duly poc . Fifty-fiv- e Lestypewriters ra j marri srwi south 47 94 'E. 46 rods and 8 links to .IkHlkt-lLn-LMJ appointed and bonded ofilcial, who Ing Is to have better roads. sons explained by Moving Pic34 fj theilSO iiwimiiiiiuimjufogcji, nml rn..rtu i rn nnt nnlv nn oenn. a StOUe; links to S. stone; W. 30 rods FOR PERSONA'ENE certifies to the court that they are a thence a. and 11 ture machine. Seven bis DeDitsolved In water fie tlopr good If found bo. The title is then omy but thoy are also an evidence 47 34 V. Gl rods to a stone on the partments ahorthund. Bookpelvic catarrh, ulcer inf lamanp CURE THE LUWCSI WMW entered 'Of record and a copy given of civilization and social advance , IJU Htll,C ifcl, fci.. . UUV. U ination. Recommca Lydia E. keeping, Telegraphy, Stenotypy, Con- land 10 links to the beginning. Pinkharn Med. Co'n years. tho owner of the land. After that all ment. Mus.c, Primary Normal. ExA liealing wonder t catarrh, The social ideal.being one of collec- -' tainlng 10 acres, and being same questions about tho validity of the WITH pert teachers. Modern equipore throat and aoretonomicaL ever title, all looking up of old titles and tlveism tor the common good, riu cirmntuurr rJctnnat111 VU I assured. Position ment. Mgnllles tho benefit to be derived duy of Januaryi li)92, recorded in old claims, all fear of unpaid notes s & nJH. TKl'aito.TcJi:on.M.M. I Al Write for catalogue or taxes, are done away with. Any from collective action for the good deed book 12. page 1G4, Ohio Coun-o- f ty Court Clerk's office, or sufficient the comunity. claims against the hind are entered Individual action Is generally weak thereof to produce the Minn, of money Daviess Co, Bus. College of record alongside the title record sTSll be required to whero any man can tee them. Sales and inefficient in the accomplishment Incorporated nmtLL IWHOATAWPIUWO TnOUBLES. E arc also recorded thoro. A transfer of great results. execut0 bon(l with approved security b n OWISMJUUItU, Hit. g UBtflJiiiWiil of land is made by the simple pro- - ism is almost a complete failure; be-- 1 Immediately after sale, euJtANrEEDSATISFACTOBYl January, 1017. I ,css of writing it on the back of the causo the individual is, not as strong This 13th day of U. MAIlilX, liimM? Y ?:E:g.PWDEI- MB' UTTU whole People . " deed or certlncale of owner-- ; 2 3t3 Master Commisbioner. Torrens collectUelyl Glenn & Slmnierman, Attorneys. hhln and turning that over to n Farm Department m JPr-orossioMLapll- ot ,, fir POWMTAII s Otto C. Martin at fSMST0hi y . J rec-,,10- ,p t I t, ' -- I , ,,, l.i-t- 1 ta d-- -, lO.E.TAYLOR.CE Beaver Dam, 4 Drainage the-tim- e i"-- I DR. 0. E. HART . etr Y '. OSITIO& m nt r ! kffl MiMAJiMffM MSy&SJiMJSS t-- Ladies' and Men's Garments .' ! ; , J OUR Br KX$)ff GERMINAL VkLJj REMEDY J BodHeikm si fi3rBBvlm:'yvV i- to-w- it: L ' s , ll m-r- 111 B Evcrj'Wonifaiiis ta 9&anBBA FOR ONE MONTH J j &ai , KILLtheCOCK Br. &$nX ercSa J.'.S Kingl I MUHniifiKSCnpBKM Maltflr ?H " i n - new uiscovsry i a: I In THE LADIC9 HOME JOURNAL, if tho Torrens system should be princU'ttl ot collectivism, which,ever community, serving tho THE SATURDAY BVENtNO POST adopted in this state, it would be in j simple and THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN a voluntary nui ir. m-- - serves tho individual, for the ionn. M rRocuni:DANDorrrNtEn.P""-T).ifi!,,,, .cm .in j '; ir,"" ' w(bh to Hecuro tho spare time of a 63 reason that unity riljUkit i, ah.1 'luijfr. J i,n.ll lj l,ti'.M. m li Jvv,1.'", man who wished a Torrens title could common good , majl or worann to act lla iocai repre-t- o get It and tho man who did not wish far more potent for tho ac- go to tho expense ot getting ono because of its greater power for bcntatlvo , Hartford and vicinity, great- - jookt3R ftftGr tho renewals of their alone. The man wish- - complement, by reason of Its could let it per- umny suhscrjpt10nH In this section, 110 Clitli Etrtt. r.xr tttlu.1 t,l.. .. ilclcr ing such a title would apply to tho'er itiength nnd efficiency In tho ,i.,w iin ,.! r fi ll his old formancu of thoso things which re- ( a))(1 jntroduclns thieo publications one. bubmittlng court for FARM LANDS and City Residences good t0 ncw rca,iors. payment will be deeds. The official examiner of tl- - dound to the social nnd common uro now selling at a low cost, iUUii., , nmd0 , saiary and commission, l're- look ifp th3 title ,m mo enure eunniiuimj. tics would then but don't expect it to bo so alwo neeu co v0U3 cxpcrlcnco is desirable but not record nnd make an abstract of It wo need ways. If you ever expect to own just as lawyers do now when a piece operation, nrjt only in tno nuiiuing oi essential. For details nddrtus, wan your farm or your homo now Is If he found goodroadH, but also In tho organiza references, nox GS4, THE CURTIS of land is, trnnhferrwl. the time to buy. clear, he would so certify. tion of our schools for efficiency in PUULISHING COMPANY, Independ-- J tho tltlo educational methods and greater re- efice Square, Philadelphia. 17t2 HAVE novcrnl farms listed In If he found an thing against it that Ohio county aud they can bo bo cleared up by tho owner sults in tlm acquirement of that could enllght-iiri- it had for reasonable prlcca nnd he would notify hlrn of it. If ho knowledge which gives tbo MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. which Illumined tho pathway doubtful, it would liberal tcrma. If wo do not tound tho tltlo Ohio Circuit Court. have tho particular farm you dehavu to bo determined by suit as of llfo toward a greater civilization Plaintiff, . Cckl.r.iUdirj''t'P"cityBi l now, or in fioroo cases by the pub jnd a happier aud wiser social or Myrtlo Smith. Admrx., sire wo will mako ctfortB to get vs. Notice. It for you. lication of r.otloj to any possible der. Smith, et nl Defendants. John G. Good roads ar ot great practical ' Dy oilier uuf' f claimants who would b; given a cerPursuant to a judgment nnd order YOU want to raovo to HarUord ucALTs maI utility and oconotny, bycaubo they of salo of tho Ohio Circuit Court pre-'se.. tain length ot tlmo In which to uhkii Ymw WWBaF'iBBBB'HULiA'Ail whero our children will have tho I More iubsctil'7, at their claims. After all claim., rave teams, vehicles, timo and mon- rondeml the tho November forterra, cause, the high school above advantago or a g.qod cit tylr. I' fVF'i "!"""," ey, by tho greater facility of trans- 1916, in prohad been settled and the tltbi purpose of paying ull just claims notify ub. Wo havo houses and nounced good, the court would scru- - portation and marketing. Facility ngalnBt tho estato of C. M. Smith, yt (wortE Jl'yT mp! pttttrn. lots for sale and bolleve you can cony Teams, etc., cost moucy deceased, and a distribution of tho required. tuburib tut 'or rt'.t- - 'tlnlzo the work of the title examiner. is select one from our list to your tfONnEBFlH,ira work was found correct, and and are a loss If worn out noon on remainder umong those outitlud If his n i hi ' " K" llklug. the purpose of payand lttSE&3 tbt title cood, tho land would bo bad roads. And vehicles soon wear thereto, costs for tho above etyled acof P0PU1 they ing tho "W 10U ,, hurveyc4 and the corners durably nut nn- rmii'h. . bad roads. Then, comfortable homo In tfc-- KcCAU tion and tho coi.t of this sale, I will WB HAVB marked. Thn a Kuarante.d title too, urn a luss uevauDu ui ijui iuuuo offer for snle by public auction to HarUord, modern improvements BWMIMMMk .PVJtZH would be Issued m the land owner Resides saving teams, vehicles and tho highest and best bidder at tho ILLUSTRATIONS 3?0 ARjlCLES-30- 0 nnd 'a uood garden in cultivatitni) on good roads Is equivalent to court house door In Hartford, Ky., ! .t IIUUlIllL'tl and his title to tbe land would . knni.A tion for oalo or rent. Place in "vija 1 t.. OT inn WArM'a iiuxrisfFoH economy of on Monday, February C, 1917, that Kather'nS1 SS ."RSA"? KSSHS. ."v'n. again! all parties, and he saving money. And the rente for 110 a month. being tho regular term of the Ohio WnlhJaSbOH- -t Kl nnH 'VA'll'I'Jf.fPWi good roads noon mounto up to thou-Kan- County Court, about the hour o could trannfer It, m ilMerlbwI above, It U tin. Kaoflto !...,; '.S. i ."."""" .,U,"W. of dollars saved by tho com- ouo o'clock p. m on a credit of six 5 k.rn;.r.ma(I1t, ore iiiri.iU.'iu.ri.' Juat uh iinWy at hn couH transfer a "rf I lOf lllllll bw oaJ VV.I .. ,T Call on or address stock certificatA or a bond, and with munity, because It stops tho waste months, tho following described property, t: little math t'htM. Kri If It of money ubed In having bad roads Tract No. 1 Beginning at a black fiucccej ihlza elco fallk Htiould be 1wt.fi UMt lt,f examiner i retjiieutly "patched up." MOreov to R. C. Smith; thenco TINSLEY & BASNETT 1 nervot'i n"J female SIi."u;1il.'",.".Wu.P 'be 1IOO.O- .easy and oak,60corner made a mitaVf 4 mri blin a tltlo, er, travel on good roads Is E. 38' poles to a stake on N. weaUncuif th0 supreme remedy, ( 'vo ttktmed. to wnlete h; ksk tun wWUIwl, hi nleaiant. And, by reason of good Barretts Ferry road; thence with Ileal KHtato Ascnt, V 30 would tail! bold Uth Uhtt. The utato traveling, better transportation and wild road N. 5' B. 23 polos; N. 40 fORK'VEllAND poles; N. N. 1 E. 3G W. 22j; B5S"iSTiSU, f,N,rB ww. IS Kentucky. would have in ilMy lit. JfiJurM marketing, all at an opportune tlroo W. 32 polos to a stouo. C. M. Smith's " ""' VH TfBUtMI ever M nn.K... traveling, transporting and h Is thf-to- e from U with his Iiartioti and, hi corner on said road; thenco Republican Offloe. 0V.. HJUIIlCf, ,nl . AvMtuv, CHICAOO 4 j.itlnu, when transportutlon Is cheap, Hue S. r.3 W. 14 poles to a Ptake; and hi UvlM-a, ' Iioth Phonei. sy s- and convenient on good roads, theses S. J0 W. 42 '4-- 5 polea to a Tbo purposo ut the Torrini purchaser. Is the fundamental . , E ."i ... ! O.' 1$$&tt " U'-o- "" VA5lfy5S! i' 'i.i JLJHiKttAHvHtfdlr lbSrSMLv,QIWKi!1 J r C0'a' AAGAZINFi iffMBANIffv IV-- ds to-wl- lifers ur, mttt fr mark-psnmln- cr Hartford, KtSsb&itt wia!8aSSWSS il g3S3S3a .. L m A X "4 - 'WH flW v J Wagons! Wagons! Wagons! SHERIFFS SALES' j j X l'r 5a!, County, School, Ho- - ami Htitt" Itoitil Tnv for HMO. I t t th vory hut material and last far longer than'any maehine made wagon you can buy no matter what price you pay. We also do all kinds of CApceially IMaclc-imitliin Roiore you liny you should exarnino our hand made farm wagons. Tlioy run lighter, arc made of I the hard iob.s and the other follow J can't do. We also id uke a specially of Hnrcusimcing and earnestly nolicit your patronage in this line. Kotlco Is, btrehy given, tliat I, or one of my deputies, will on Moudiiy, February 5, 1917, between the hours f 10 o'clock a. in., und 2 o'clock p. ! 111., At the Couit Houwo door In Hart- ford. Olilo county, Kentucky, expose to public Mtlo for cash In hand, tho lollonrinR drscribrd property, or no much thereof as may be necessary to pay Stsito, county, school dog and Hlatn road tax due tburcon and un paid, and (he Interest, penalty ami ots thereon: No. I I .m, K. II., 20 a. I.ee, H. I'., If. h. j , I'tvclnrt II. . Ilarlfonl. Itespectfully your. ... 7.57 B.15 1'ivcliict Ilaf.ii. I J A.B . Row 5t Son i Ceiitentowti, ' Ky. i' ! i i .1.. 1 town lot v I.J o ,,.. I St. ClHir, C. F 51 a l).i'.ls. Mrs. J. K.. 20 a. . . -, L town lot .. KIiik. Dulilel. 4.7 St. Clair, Sad.- 30 a Simmons, Henry, 90 n.' town lot . 13.70 Waliter. K. I)., j Wedding, C. S., SO a I'iciiiiil Xn. :t Red 1 Mr. Muttk .i. - -- v llartfoid. Smith, Menard, 4 a 3.95 Precinct No. JH Simmons. Ilobdy, John, 1 town lot $ 6.38 WrlKht, W. ., 10 n 9.33 No. ;t,T Additional. Cooper, Kd 1 town lot ....$13.15 FoRle, Clyde, 2 town lols . . 7.30 ForIo, 8. O.. 2 town lots 18.23 Thomas, J. C CO a 8.G2 No. '.Hi Xon.Hesldent. t Austin, Kil 25 a ? 8.07 Butlor, D. C, 3.50 IJrown, Mm. Salic J 2.30 Hoovt, C. O., 37a 5.25 Harrison, Mra. Naomi, 59a. .. 3.34 Hunt, I,. M 37 '.i'-2.0C Hardwlck, Mrs. V. 0 1 town lot 18.70 Jamison, l'linrls, 35 a. and - 25 28 acres Kirby, Airs. Hell, .. . Miller, Mrs. Fannin, 10 a. Payne, Frank, IS a Howo, O. K., 1 town lot . . St. Clair, ('. F., 44 a Skillmaii. Mrs. Kulle, 30 a. Sliarp, Hud, 50 a. EOEfiliJHE .... .... to dp any of my housework. After taking three bottles of Carditi, 1 began to feci like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do ail my housework, as well as run a big water mill. I wish every suffering woman would give says Mrs. Sylvatua Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., In writing of her experience with Careful, the woman's tonic. She says further: "Before I began to use Cartful, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able It Always Helps 2" ....... 2.7S G 55 10 mijB , !g do; Y l m lot ) (S) ,rcinrfola'-v.p-''" . wtB.v rffis.. 0,00 j oru, litis, 11., 1 a tu9I&Jtt, 1 1 IS 5.70 Mocker, Vitf, 1 a uamtnHi.tfCTj3MMczffirarwwttfmT 1 j JIlnoH, Ann, town lot I I'icriiiet X. ." Mhkuii. TC3Kr.flI?IB3eHftiSo32ISJr.!riroB svsii imcHXttZttz&xttnass?73i -m Hawkins, Ida., 2 town lots. 'tin ft j, Neighbors. Mrs. Ilolle, 7J a... 1:..7.T Hlnes, (lay, 1 a .. ft 1.75 nr.r.i: is a .ioi im.vt. tc si'tn nm 1.1 1,1: mon r.Y E Taylor, I.. Ki, 41 a C .Inckson, Clara, 20 a riiTinci o. o i mum en. Louisville Hotel, Louisville, Ky., Main St., bet. 6tJi & 7th eliey, A. .1., 3 a naviH, v. ii., iu u 4.4' K .. . -- ., Xall. I.Mw.inl. 1- n i -j.vu, Kiuiiry, rosiai, .sivs 'IlieUiilj Hotel In liiUllif OpT.ittvl on tin; n ' !,rKs' l JYceinrt Xo. S X. ItoekiMiit. Aliierliiiu and PuropMii I'lun-- . " Ja,'-- ' ' "I" I'lilpm. ? 5.70 ' B. 1) . fi a Allen. A.SlKltK'A.V H.W (Willi Mcnli) t,,w '.ot S.30 , Hechley. W. T 1 town lot w it li Hot am Cold Kiinnliii; 'Water. KtMiins ulltioiil llulli but William. 2 A a i"7.52 l'ar ri.n.jp & nor t n Sumiiipy, Mrs. Mary, 59 a. . . Heck. Mrs. Nannie P., 1 town dngle, $2.00 per day .people, $2 00 each 7. Rooms 'in. 4.55 l.'l'b'lteiior. Kil., by Guy HInes, fiO Hooms single, 2.50 per day; 2 pt'oplt, 2.25 each 1 acre I.ajtou, Mr. J. H., ". town 50 Front Uoonm. single, I!. 00 per day; 2 people. 2i50 each g s.G 2 vfc? v v 1STOiTalur, C. T., IS a .' lots - ullli I'llwitr llulli: Kooiuthe i H ' ' 'as XVW-t, .IMmrmr.--S full of life and action, filled followed a -; ..ii U o Walker, Anthony, 2 a 7...- L V fire of fine inspiration and 1 Smith, John .1.. toun lot... SO Rooms kIiihI. .1.00 per day; 2 people, 2.75 each by 250 short stories of adventure, ff y County Clerk "m:xiXtKX7y"I.Meil 1'icctnrt Xo. I S. Itorl.poit siui;le, .1.50 per" day; 2 people, u.00 each 50 Rooms. I win mane i Hrown, Mrs. Kmery, 133 a. ..? S.06 Wells, K. I... 1 town- lot. IXItOI'KAN I'l.AX (Without Meals) 1914, 1915 and 19162.1S 5.10 Decker, John, la S. O. ICKOWN, Rooms without Until but with Hot ami Cold KuiililiiK Witter. Her. Mrs. It. P . town lot . . 9.35 Sheriff of Ohio County. Maddox. Mrs. Cinderilla. 32 a. 0.32 xIiikIo, $1.00 per day; 2 people. $0.75 each 75 Rooms GO Hooms single, 1.2." per day; 2 people, 1.00 each Pieclnet Xo. 1(1 Select. For Itilioiis Attnd,. c . fiO Front ItooniK.nliiRle, 1.00 per day; 2 people, 1.23 each $11.30 Hutler, A. F., 75 a When yon liavo a severe headache, 1 4.75 accompanied Hates, J. A.. 12 a Then the Family Page, a rare EditoriaNPage, Boys' Page, Rooms with 1'ilvntc II.Hli:. bv a coateil mni!,i. CO Rooms ir,s' PaEe Door's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles of single, 1.50 per day; 2 people, 1.25 each I.Indsey, Mrs. Idclla, 33 a. .. 3.10 loathliiK ol food, constipation, torpid I I Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best CO Hooms BlnRle, 2.00 per day; 2 people, 1.50 each Precinct Xo. II llore Hiiincli. liver, vomitiiiK of partly djuestcd ' v minus, me ucm me worm can proauce tor you and everyone ?14.30 food and then bile, you may know Arnold. H. J.. 137 a THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Cor. Sixth and Main Sts. 12.07 that ou liave a severe Idlious at-- 1 in the home. There is no ace lliinleii. Hobert, 45 a i 1 !)uiniKn Plan Only. Daniel, Mrs. Nancy D., 50 a. 5.25 tack limit to enthusiasm for The Three Current Issues Free Willie you may bo quite sick 0.17 there is much consolation in know-Iii- k Morris, Joe II.. 15 a Youth's Companion. If you do not know THE COMPANION Rooms Without Hath, SI. 00 mill iii; Hooms Willi 1'ihato ll.ilh, Sl.r.O let iu nd you Three Cutrcnt Issue 9.C9 Smith. I. D.. 70 a that relict may be had by tak- Rest Knllng I'l.ttt in Town. anil ii FREE. Inclote this Coupon with your 52 Timcp a Year . ..r .l.Hnf. ui .I Wilson. J. H 107 n !.. .t !..,...- s n...t..... request. iiuiiiiii'i uiiii tiii iiiiiju liiiiieis. The Louisville Hotel and the Old Inn are located In the wholesale, not 12. Ob-- ; Tlie a.re prompt and effectual. Pieeiiirt Xo. 12 Koiue. Those who subscribe now. sendinc $2 walk to the retail district ami theaters. district and only it for the 52 issue of THE COMPANION o.S.'iitaiuablu everywhere. Clarko, Jerry, 125 a. Alore good reading than you will ml for 1315. will receive The Companion get in any of the monthly Dohh.s, .Mrs. Sophia.. Hi a. .. i.onsi ii. i, i: hotijij and m ix ccowaxv, nops. Home Calendar FREE. ! magazines. 9 4.33 .Ml'XICH WOMMX Ml'ST Hall Albert, 5 a ' '' WHAH MKX'S Cl.OTIIKS SUIiSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE Heddlsli, Mrs. Hannah, 50 a.. . 4.20 ' TIII5 H.U.TI'OIU) UKl'imislCAN AXD YOUTH'S COM1MXIOV, BOTH 5.S7 Sorrels. S. D.. 3 a. Munich, Havarln, Juu 27 (via I.on- -' OXi: YUAK KOK ON'bV S2.7.- -. Stewart, J. A. Jr.. 72 a. . . . ,s.S3 28). Munich's military' 5,So''lo. Wright. Albert, 25 .T. ! a (authorities, the e Nemesis of WilsonAnsel's heirs, by Krnst Kl women, havo ' THE aa i).t7 WIImiii. 30 a. and 50 a. . SEWINC Preelnrl 'o. 11 AV. Heater Lull,1 nmjln stepped to flic fore and have' MACHiNB $ G.1C forbidden, under the penalty of pu-- 1 Anient. Fab. 1 town lot OF lice w Williams, K. V., 1 town lot. U.J of action, the "unnecessary wearins QUALITY. men's clothes by women." m I'livlut't Xo. t." Mellenr,. In Havarlan health tesorts Carnal, Chillies, for P. T. Cool, Imitatioiih of penfc-a1 town lot m 5.70 NOT clrl'M costumes" ahso is under the . Will help parents duvolop their mhis into Mrs. Jane A.. 40 a... i".a3 Fisher. SOLD official ban. Tills action is necessary 7.05 llllibs. K. K., I .town lot UNDER because, according to tho police, vistho liest type of eiti.ttn.s and Cliristian KI Hutchison, Mrs. Annie, 1 town ANY itors at (he resorts and especially 2.20 OTHER lot "ontleinen. Its ptitionntio is widely fecat- women not takini; part In the winter' K3 NAME. 'I'ichenor, S. J., 1 town lot and iiports had adopted bloomer and sim g tered and eome.s from the he-- t homes in Go. 9.". town lots . . . ., ciihtumes, "even wearing them Fiircr WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. town lot 5.70 ilar riKht. T. S., 1 inlifr oumn .ttifinr the irouth. Jt.s eapaeitv i lii)itt'l, there- to church," CAr hat is iirw in Inisinc" unit Irvtua-3.05 "v?l If you Wade. L. 1!., I town lot tho NOW IIO.MK you will try, in Inxenlion untl tciriiiv. r liavo a lllu as.it at tiio price you fore, reservations .should be made early. wtu u. auci (ict oiitof thsrutiecton the Itilnc line. RcaJ II.U.UI1. .urs. j I Something Coml. )t lutvo an taillofis chalu of rcp.lr. ' ,1"U lot Tliom who hate nasty medicine1 Place your son in this select gioup of j I'reclnet Xo. 1(1 Ccnu-rtowishould try Chamberlain's Tablets for equality i hoys. Write Allen & Hellin, I town lot...? 7. OS 'constipation. They are pleasant to ME ii.15 j take and their effect Is so agreeable town lot t.Ifelllu, Cieve, i 0 CofuIdere4 i trie tniwt Intr rrstlin: ami meail mcIn. and and so natural that vhu will not roal- - me i..f.Tit inoiic s woitii. imictv munui ' I'liH'iiti't 17 Sninllboits. it a the 300 Pictures 300 Article tluit It lias been prduced $ f..2S llrown, J. W. C5 a Cheapest 15 m Klllsoii. W. (!., 25 u Obtalmible every- - alt for tmlyin cents. All tlie nw l.lrai "mil 5. 12 by a medicine. ISox A." Imrntiuns rlrotricitv nnil vrirrku. in Imh eatulojiue jnd infnnnatitm. ia the cod auUMu(.:iii,-- s aiui .icri)i:li:ic. la Mioimcrt. ati'l in whiro. V. I'rcriurt Xo. t ortlsville. m- I j 'J'hirty-I.v- ycii. cNpcrn lift-i- tin shop. I I Hoover,)!,. (' , 1 I'jtrl-iMri. It. I... , J a 1 town lot Xo. !17 Colored. 19.0."' r..:;o Duncan, Washington, 1 town I'iceltiri No. 1 Sulphur .Sprltis. .... ' Ashhy. H. M., 50 a D.iffron, I, C. 1 town lot .... $ ; !': illliillll ka. .Tz:w';2rwwrf L"V1iSi v ;kvv Si I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, and it always does me good." riwidache, Backache, side ache, nervousness, tired, worn-ofeelings, etc., are sure signs of womanly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, tlte woman's Ionic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your- trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty years. ut - a trial. The Woman's Tonic Get a Bottle Today m I! XiTtrf, ca -- ri t ' . 1 '"' 'a , .:. h 1 I'&YOUTIfS companion! Better Than Ever in 1915 j J if! I ...... ". ' i I iPlllKSialEKS9EBSSIlMI!l-llEE- J-- old-tim- . VandcrNlt Training: School for Boys i the Firing Line Get on ELKTON, KY. NEW nt li HOME rsij-,aia S J 5 A 1 t piu-cha- I 12-4- i. PoppJarScienc MonthlST 1 MSTHENEY tZ.i v.as. & BSTTS .... : 1 g ! fllIBHIHlBllMlllHIHIIIHHlB ai'ji7' . "ir-f-'. I -- w tafirfMsAmrc ' -- jJ55sS.f K 'X.3ArisisflVli ls,, -a -- .1ynau iu iffm tTMwaCwrcwrniw.c ;a Tiirr n :n Mr Hfi C!niTifiin.qyinn m t4f tit II ,. at It '"' (ii wmmk kmIhim M iie?.oiw Like Ml ill Ml ... .. It AU a., r. Vat f ana c 9.10 1W mTliEWUTifS I - N. The Youth's Companion E2 ISSUES s"klv of America. Tlic f.T f.M - fainlly 1! o'lt-r.-t mii' or ijioupi m li)t, aiiu ' orlcs a theuiaiid Article V. 0 S'-aami buriu" Ivnt. 'I thotiMml 1'ui.m-liiito: all liu. Mk i.il COMPANION (it nflCDllVYU M 1 firdttitlMv'rcrttto 2I2 ana .. t&3W Jg issue UXALL'S 1IAGAZINB VBlb&Ulli Pros ,m, rttrnrfl t. of . im im flcsllrs Magazise j 12 KSCU sii-c AND ; a UttISi Tic Jsiasav.tL-iitCP'.r!- iutr-r-- n " VCsTfl, u; ilJ i"i'iiif.,.":crcuii rfunn. ."U 12 tnraulilv of the Huiiott tjut uc ? um!. -- sneiv luvna t..fjo aicresy 'ui'cwea iutua i- i 1 Wmwmn 1TH Sftt.-CVU.'- UTT paUlsM-a- let.. . Ct V f. 0. la rrast hta3 MfnfN4flas pas'Mills nfcLJi tJU U'iW(insinti4ll wv i ',- -' 4siu. asu i w YOUTH'S COMS'A'W'N 1 lA(r it t J fw YmUs's Ce'tipanion wbBvtitvra ci'Jj' ) ftlAGAZlNflrwiy nvatii for or ;.'jc, sio i.oi: TtsE rounrs u ei iJfn xiofc'TutsDC:'ro','!''3C1''s::ts inutfi lor . a uxtrj tt " Whit lor, Chas. II., 30 a. land to buy. Haw lo t;!.e llJnrs at humr. ti pSrs rrrry HI VVM . Mini .. .t. I. tvu I. n iini.il COST ,K TOO!) ItlSKSwak untax mini Hi. incliul hi; Irlricril.lDl, iuirx liouars, .W.,1. .Wfc ruriiitureavaiitoiiioUlc slicu rryilii, rtr. fafl .....fV.V If you WAntuf(.wimrm.irliliu-,vrriUcnxT SIXCIC : iitras. It is reorlnet n. UO Aelnaville. ourluti'StciiUlORUebvfuni you jmrchuK'. It ii written ill plain Lutluh fee men aosS boyt. Avails. J. II., 150 a 24.18 15 Centi a Copy 51.50 a Year London, Jan. 27. Tho level of ref Tha Hew Heme Sewns HatlviB Co., Grass, Ujss. 1'r.vor. W. I). 4i a 3.10' tail food prices has udvauced eiRbtv-fou- r fift It fmm a nrwulraltr or write direct tn fjrourtii Atc.,N.Y, IVeelnit Vi. Hi Shrete. per cent since the war bct,';tn. Unnp Ysarctact;iflreti(raiselZc.ltiaj lirowu, (. U., 10 a. . ? 5.10 . n twenty loading articles of dally FlLi ir uti asj BitittjaA lb ftsjKf. jsf , nccordlnu to tho Hoard of Tra I'iceliict Xo. 22 Olaton. V Iia'nlel. 11. V., 25 a ,.$ 7.22, returns just Issued. As compared Mlllor, .Mrs. J. M., CO a 11.05' villi prices in December. 1015, they, '.diound en uvoraistj advance of tw 1'iecliiit Xo. li:: lliil'oiil. I Milton, Mrs. L A., 25 n. . I'or cent. Tl.e price, of i icai ..? :'..12 Mitchell, J. II., ?0 o 5.10 iiiirt uie'. dtirliiK Die year by nl. ul , fo-- , per ceni Westurnold, W. A 15.00 tvunfy to tvuiity-fl'- o tatoes' were considerably moru than I l'i'iviiirt Xo. HI lwutletO tloublo tho price of a. year earlier. Oossett, II. W., by II. U. Cos- ciiecso1 .? 5,25 Qramilutod sucar, orks anil Ktt, Adiiir., 50 a. I .m.tm. .l .....M u iiin,iui n,lu iie.iii:! 1... iui i .. ...X... .1.1.. G CO K. J., 150 u llouver, &o per cent and thirty per cenl.l Xo. U. Ilellln Feci rlht all tho time. Don't lay ol respectively, ror notir, oreau, ihiik, 'Hatfield, Curl. 82 a $12.13 buttor, bacon and libit Increases rajiK- -' from worlc for ilaya by takiuj calomel x kcci) yo whi'iiilea:ant.iju- Kirk, J K., fi6 a 3.S4 inn from nineteen lo twenty-seve- n on your feet, whllarolicviujjyourtroubi I .u. !.... X.. ta?t S Children lo. Safer too, and easy to take. Don't llsl.op. h. Iv., .... it $ G.S7fir tako anythine; else. You ca.i't aiTonl niorB.irlllo U(lvanced durliiB tho i t.veriy, ;i.K4 year A safe, old fashioned it. Eliminates K)ison. cleanses y nirs, .. At., ana by fourteen per cent. Tea nlone, A nattorn atxl relieves conttnutioiu , I'rocliict Xo. 27 Iolnt I'ltAisant. I remedy for worms. Included in tho amoiiK tho articles ural remedy, natural in iUsicticru, sure . Klrlloy, B. S 10 a 5 b',55 returns, reniained practically in its cltceE nnd certain in ro&ulL-i-. It Senljr.nvc jrrars ctmlinu. I'rccinct Xo. Ci) Itulph. wiil won't lip long bi'foru An ou uie is lit hesi tritmion'sl In price. ) completely dtspluco calomel, tn cvcrl ? 7.90 trails, Delnier, 50 a lTtF.Y'SVLILMirUCEc... home. CiiiUlrcn can take li freely atil olfrt rou. Norrls, Cap., 4 a 4.73 J t with porfwit Bafoty. Kvery bottlo tlwsrimhssl It i Hloveus, J. II., 48 u. 15..47 is Ps COtf ami Si in Lottloti. Kiprr Net"? ia KrU kT Us I . sp'ilibhr j No. aiIKrbeit. ' SMiulne withctit tho l'keneeia and bi", rr.Inct I'k. a but' it itui irtta'j ir ' f vixo ot L. II. GrUaby. IV f aala by $ 4.75 , ilftsklna, W. H., 45 u f9rnliAf. arrf yjr irstrr rsav For Infanta and Children HJ.' i .V unit 1". l,rtcinct Xo. na Aniolil - MUttfsnl, Xf ttstawsali ml U IUIU J. II. In Use For Over Years t'BTvdetir. llrutchor, Illauc, 1 n $ 4.97 E. & S. FSEY. Duvall, J. w 7 a..., 4.30 AI'A'aya ttw BlLTIMUVtiC. rta. Hill, mil. :r n. . . , 6.17 Si?rvs.c-- e c .Ttor vttriJ Us tack vf Clin n $V 'im4H sssssamtaasissaa Krown, Airs. S. V., 3.83 nu it w I , ) fiilIorKvirv-itmln.stcikt:illiiiroiiuljrtx-iftiTOMnntti!1 ill fjniiiiir, out) In Itui lUlior)'. ,r- - OSEUY-- EMM lv'"' $fc XT Mo&ers - For Lazy Liver and the Troubles ol Constipation. Ver-Lo- , n-iu- , Ity-llv- i I , vermirae For the 53 ' Vq-'L- CASTOR IA 30 zunr-anteti- L ri ! 7&tfffi3k m im' L ?. , 1 chooao hrr own brand of stnokos tain macadam roads at an annual l" j IIKAD8 ODDLY STRUNG without contact with ruiio men, nnd outlay of S per cont of ordinal cost JUDGE ANB PARSON sho may' write a lotte'r whlio sho In Amorlca. Ptislhly unoclentluc.nnd (l!y J. H. Thomas.) d Inhales tho aroma of tonic PROGRAM CONFLICT Often dtshonoat, coutructlo,n Is to LET Turkish brand. Until recently tho Warn partly for tho far too great cost of mMntennneo in this country. JuMko 11. C. Tutor, or Somerset, room was given over to trade, In But We nerd, as a beginning, to loarn to ww, unnouticcd Just after tho olec tho gulso of n broker's office MIKUIKll IN mako roads as they should ho mado. j uon f 1315 ho would bo a candl-Th- o Albert Keller, tho manager of tho OOU1M.1W TWO IIAUTI'OIM) AT PKAOTHTA- Iknowledge U po3cd,of cowrao, platform, for hotel, determined that women needto, oil a Stato-wld- o bV TJItJ HAMH TrIH. smoking by a limited numhor of engine, t,0 itopuulliyin nomination for Gov-h- ed u quiet nnd secluded room all to themselves. Is not posaosscd and supplied ornor at the 1919 primary, has f Smoking for women, of course, crn(0j njH political aspirations and Hal wo as well-bui- lt "I pronounce you man anil wife," roads as those of Franco wo might announced for Judge of tho Pulaski will not he confined to tho "Humidor" at tho Itltz, For a long tlmo ald Judge Wilson, about 2: 45 get the maintenance cost down to County Court, tho placo has been theirs so far as o'clock yesterday afternoon, and as something like 3 por ennt. It would "I pronounce you man bo a disastor to Invest lu good road IMihn wu tnwiat r i ii'AiHnii tvuiiiu Indulging In a clgaretto goes. They Jf an echo, it union iriiuti ifn iwaiuvu dining-room- s You have a lonq use and ennnd wife," said Kov. 11. W. Napier, to tho extent that Franco has iuvast- a candidate for tho Uepublican may smoke lu any of tho In tho hotel. Hut thry may heard Ihe other for the wl lu them before learning how to nomination for Superintendent of but neither nice and Furs. Judge was In his olllco ut the court keen thom In condition at far lew) tihtn fmmlv cphnnlK m mmln mi jnow buy Iholr cigarettes personal- ' waiter Into tho house nnd the "Parson" was In tho oxponso than Is estimatod generally. our inlail t demonstrate our faith Iy wlim endliw Wc now offering Ladies' and ChiA .,.... ,, i.- - CfllO JOT IIICIX1 I I.. . I .,..fr-n1... nftnn. mi AinurlaVL. parlors or tho Commercial Hotel. ldren's less few mfimtch Inter Mr. Willie Cox and In tho present state of road male- - jjut now that we are advised thcro COJIMO.V his newly made better half, in tho Ins in America maintenance means wm uo two female candidates wc 1)7 AFPbY highest Plage of ecstasy, lipped down froquont resurfacing. SCHOOli DIPLOMAS In Franco It wm RUpport ono of tlicm and have thu court house steps. About tho mean3 constant attontlon to small Unr ,lfo to votu for tho other ono. At tho examination hold last same time Mr. .1. H. Hideaway nnd dama.ee and constant npllcatlon of : ;al r print, K u.r.o 1.00. Now. Saturday, for Coi'imjn his bride, no le.s buoyant, wero de- small repairs. Tho (Ungcr In a coun fPW ,noro Wanu days, llko those day and . prlro, J? 5.00. Now. . :t..'.'i :' scending thu stups of tho. Commercial try so wealthy as America is that rnry i this week, would havo Uimpt- - School Diplomas, thcro wero 2i ip- - I, irlet 5 O.tm. Now. . .S I.1I5 Hotel. an enormous outlay for original con- - 0l ti,0 nslilnc worms to tho surface. pHcants at Heaver Dam, IS at SLi - jK i. niiiitf ": at Fonlsvlllo and :iS at In IleX'tlnr iilrt, $ H.no. When did it hnppen before? Two struction may bo mado under plans . Now . . .f II.OO Mcl'lukn's column would linvoiR" con- - j,.,-- . weddings i tho HttlO' city of vacntion to the mouth of ' Hartford. So far wo have not bcon that do not provide first-clas- s ItfKi'lar'irii'f, $l().()l). Now . . .S O.7." only a street separating tho struction and to entail an Inordinate (jmasy creek. a0'c ,0 "'"I . J'ist how many p.iss- Ilejjlibtr price, .Sl.ot). Now !j .:ri IX wo oil or made tho required grado for scenes and tho coromonles perform- itnnual maintenance cost. ' HcRiiltir price, Sr,.()(). Now $11.1!;! gtndtiatlon certificates. ed at tho same time. The Judgo could learn to keep our roads up at yy0 ari. curious to know why Uiuj Heul'iir prtcv, t?S0.t)l). No $1 1.75 looked out Ihe window; the "Parson" r. per cent of their cost annually wo fizcll or 8(, candidates for Jailer do FKF.NCH HONOR IMH2 IIHItOF.S did likewise. Each thought he car- could alTonl to outdo Franco in build- - ,10t como forward with their an- ried tile honors of tho day, but when Ing hard roads. Until wo. learn to uouncemonts. '.hey &aw, they knew, nnd when The! keep down malntcnanco cost, by Ira- ,.Vur.K(MlU?ll soldiers liulng Work Uepubllcan representative called at proving tho quality of construction ya v,ant to announce that tho rrimt. m,. r,m, tt.OO. Krviilur price, Now $1.7," lho County Judge's olllco they had j hy tho use oi tuo patrol- system nnd of tlice paragraphs, isn't that I prlff. J? I.oo. Now got togcthor and were talking it or- - ,)r UlH 0niulnatlon of "squeozo," wo otllcr Jt n. Thomas, who Is a g Itfultir The French orders of the dny now Of cour.c, ono being a "parson" cannot competo with Franco In tho "dickens" of a mean Democrat. Heulur prltst, ? fi.0(. Now frequently pay tribute to tho hero ' couldn't bo done a la Kentucky.but matter of tho completeness of tno HoKtlliir prill, ? ((.00. Suw $ d soldiers. n hat promised at first to develop in- system of Improved roads.- - -- Courierwo ask unanimous consent to noiu- - ism of France's Keguhir price. $ H.r.O. Now ,,(M For France's army of dogs are dorivalry hud dwindled, and Journut. to a hitler Inato Clem Moxley for Surveyor for KKubir pritx. .510.00. Not ing bravo work work that a man $ ,jf75 arisen to congratulations. 4.4 life. could not posibly do. Air. and Mrs. Cox, tho latter beWhj The Tall'. They serve as sentinels, patrol ing .MlhS Amanda Trail before tier In reply to a question, Mr. Ernest Most anybody cm collect taxes or , scouts and liaison agents or marriage, reside at Simmons. Tliny Tlion'pton Seton ha.i this to say in mes3eu- we hope th' food but nrlsoners. ila Allil It in n c.l piutmi I .i.l .iro of prominent families and re- the December Ouido to Nature:: Republicans will nominate a man llinn firn 1 t mid LOT NO. I Thrvo suit. in, choice for. A fnri'o if n ilnvnti fc tmfli. .8 rt.Jl turned to Simmons Immediately aT-tK would take eleven large volumes for County Jutlfiu who has srey mut-- j LOT NO. t! Two .tult., at rholtf ercri and Bent to this army corpu, a the ceremony. They were ac- to discuss the functions of a quad.$ n.-- r, , in his head starch In his tack-A COfu , wnl t() LOT NO. :i Six KUlts, companied by Mr. and Mrs. William ruped's tail. It i commonly hellov- - ler lu price from tiHI.OO bono and sand lu his craw. McDjiiIoI. of to !S 1 7.00, choice for . , eil that the original ancestor of quad Kio.on government by the farmers of South Ileforo facing Hev. Napier Sel its tail pefl!l was aallatic nn,i lr. LiVI. U tint niitikitllliwl din iilltn I lini'n lll'l HIV vuit i our can- - ' '"?" lfor il scu,HnB ar: but Si,,C0 U'en U;tellowS about it. hut It sl'ort-halreT,,nsu '""K8 nr Mr. and Mrs.' Ridgeway were accom- - , & Co.'s line of FLIPS fc ,, Also f0untleM different addl-f((- d Ojnioll p.vnled to Hartford by Mr. Lester j ,,, tio Kop ,bll.n coSd W0,W,kcd ht'Pl.iTdB of the French tIl0 B,rafro Bnd the j 5 t buying Fannie Uabbert. rf hant M WrlBl.lna.LMlM. hon'' l,,,n' RlCPl Iu tlu! fly.ffllipper: In the mu.clCl and spiky haired animals, Mster to tho bride. They returned Trln f moukeys ns u flnh I Amcrican ". . . to IMeasant Uidgo after tho wedding, ii ,. in tor lAn'' ' despite their unkempt, sav- as a Hail: in ' aKe IooJt' uc.v a"0 the oldest race Of vhere they will reside. a wnrninL' In nnniillfs. The Narows people have not wor- ., ,rt?""' sP,clallc,l "ack Into tho mists tliosarao In the rattlesnake; In the inf ' ' ' TIio (iolden Kulo. iiying squirrel as a helm for volplan- - "" ."""T. hC. rU. "'"' ,R,,MnJ """ Don't be- ing; in tho gray squirrel as a para- - or much about farmwork but if he dians of the Hocks of Kurope's peas:szz: He kind to tho horse. on fishing they would antry. rate him because he does something chute to break a dangerous rail; in jis Mcwor No. 6, one of these dog hewhich should not hove been done. tho whitetail deer as a signal to the ' llki- a visit from him. roes, won u citation in the orders of IVrhaps ho had the right inotlve.hut young ones; In the porcupines as at If the summer crop of tobaco tho Tenth Army Corps October S. He in his dumb way was unable to ex- - il:imprmiq wpannu of offense: In the' ' equals the crop grown around the help f()X ag n mum press it. Perhaps he wanted to for tIlc roet , CoId villago grocery stovw, while the re was dispatched to carry an order you. posibly he meant no evil, though woather from one brigade to another, a dis ln tbe ml ,ta ForViCC iN ; (lUtwanJly ho beemed perverse mm not very obvious, but it seems to bo cunt snow was on. chewing and spll-- ,....., ,., .. ...... lln,..follr,i1 Inins. die away, and thcro will bo sllenco ' "Ar.r.o.v riiAiciiiK" ;o.i: UIl(lPr nr(. ,Io ,vas Htruck by a Civo him credit for at used as a directive mark when sig- - ting will be cheaper next year. stubborn. until tho workers are again moved I , .. yarns least trying to be good, for there are nMaK mo q( s u,nd from hcMim; serai oi Mien in me iusi uu (Yazitl H l)talli if llrltli. Hi Tr.l to song. It looks like all was lost We of his trip, but dragged himself Al, few horses which art- - naturally bad ,fhi (g acIl,0VC1 piirlly by lho C(llor to From shadowy room to shadowy I HooOiwcst Wild-- . can't ride on a pass anymore. Many persons take It for granted tho commanding post, where ho dletl room, pasfgreat dark bins piled with y Ul0 n(.rv0UB al((, parUy m v I fifteen minutes later. that When u horfao does wrong he In - twIgt of th(J Up T1)CSC ar(J on,y u Kl I'am. Tex. They have taken tho leaves, past big. black, steaming If the Kentucky Legislature does (j,,miIirn,e. nioiiKrel iooklnr: tended to do so, and they therefore Mbc(j wh,ch occur to m(1 of tho g pa law it will i)Cast, doing sentry duty with a pol- - "Arizona Charley" away. No more vats, oozing sweet smelling suban punlsli hliu for it. Now this action a1, oach nIllstrate3 anilUlf.r ,iUVel- , 1alIu.(, I)uralll! , tourists catch stances; past moist, fragrant bar be good to live on the Owen-sboriu.- - iiiimr. ...... 'M 01)llH.nt lhe Vosges hills will iiniy BBKraian-add that among of the tall. the dlmost n climnse of the bent, crizzled old rels; always " ' 1,,trCl"(l t" aP"r0aCl' f ''l C!cr",nn continued will roult In an lucorrigi in tho beaver It is used as a plnnging man trudging along the lonely ""c"1 """iik of negroes, treading a, Tin or a'tor mi s- an rnnbW I3uranil to CB bio animal, made so sololy from .... . ..... ........ ...... .... out leaves with Imrn paddle In diving, as well as a signal house-swa- p ,",. "T . . irontinrnJ liv ti Ik inuutpr. Tills ex- -' noumler. for The ..mir,. i iracKs on uic tiesen at iney nas oy. iv. . '' .. " .isi.vi.t " Herman patrol was bagged, solely He was one of the best known char- - uiiiacco color, piling up mmneu io plains v.'liy come horses aro bad. -wooden actors of the Southwest. FOHDSVIM.K ITKSIS. through the dog's intelligence. Tho best policy Is to bo kind to A Dead liov. frames, operating the powerful -- " v...... hydraulic orpresses the horse". Heinemher thai he is a Jan. SI. There is quite.. a good" Tho liaison dogs have become Mrs. Hartley had for her cool; a which convert tho ... ..jiii a. nn aaii t iikini t:i mi nit: .itiiitii- Don't expect as much pompous young mulatto named Ju- deal ot sicKuess .in town at tuts writ- - ...iki rMi.. iu ai Kr.i urimerj.. it1 dumb animal. i.ittur.-- . ... i..e E()f. nl you exgoing on. Ualson ern ao,,,e- - uw aay at tne iwi m struggle now under lauding from him as V. goes on through lius. Quo Monday morning Jullm, in ?. run he trot word that his bride ,. , 7 pect of men. Remember that of all went about his work with a most. Mrs. Hogers. who has means linking, and these docs are'"' """ " ! bren killed In n ""' .of a rw month-ha- d ; the animals which aid men, the horse lugubrious countenance. When Mrs oocn very sick ror several weeks, is sometimes the only links bolweiJ1J tmln WTCCK. A lirOKCtirnll Had .. '. Mn,.ln,ia nf tlw. I.'rm.rh nrn.v .""" " " "" "' " "" (live him credit Hartley inquired as to tho causn he now improving. is the most useful, caused tho wreck. He resigned and mucks or etching; the color of tho tor that. Don't punish him for all .iiiHworeil dolefully: Denton Is on tin- - etcX l.omhar.lnients. and when :. curtiiln I Mrs. J. i the tho tracks over the leaves, the od dark timbers, lof tire Is fnlllng. these liaison dogs tho wrongs he docs, for possibly they "I'm mighty mlRfnrtunate, nn'am; .list this week stretch of desert botweei black faces and hands, and the ragTry to put that's what II Is. You see, it war.' oi are sent with messages and they get are mil so intended. Mrs. D. M. Janet, entertained th with the Yuma and Kl I'aso. looking for ged clothing, combined Muirnoir lu his place, and don't for-s- llko this: I went to church last young folks Saturday night with a through when a roan could not. With a blanket and a humming of negro voices, tho tobac now and then they do not get broken rails. Hut that he h a slave. co fragrance, and the golden dUBt night, and when they come round 'rook party. All report a very pleas- mn H,,,nK 0VPr hlR through, and occasionally when they ' He kind to him. nml see for your-'.,- .. u,,on lll a,r' u,ako nn Indescribably ,h0 cau,ction I glvo u quarter 'ant time. he has boat slf If your work does not proceed Yus'm. that's what I thought. Then ' Miss Oladys Hlnes, or Owenshoro, do It Is at the cost of tholr lives, summer tramped his years,winter and complete harmony of shade, sound roporlim: for twenty more smoothly than over before. Fol- when I put iny hand ln my pocket 'was the guest or her sister. Mrs. 8o perished Follo.Uo 1 1 H, also men and scent.- - Julian Street, In Collier's She wa.t defects In tho track to the nearest Weekly. low the (olden Kulo and treat your again I found out 1 had mado a mi.i- - JO. I.. Sliultz trom Saturday until tioned in orders of tho day section houso. Ho has never rid sent through a curtain of lire and horse na you would wish him to treat tako and put that ?5 gold piece you Tue-dny- . den on a train since his wife wuh ou if your positions were reversed. gave mo iu Hie l;t.skt'L Fho dol-- ! Mis. J. H. I.loyd, who was operat- - had lo go a mile to reach her desti- killed. Investigate for mio and you will nev- Jurs!" 'ed on In Louisville and then brought nation. Slits was fatally wounded FOR FLETCHER'S Nearly every tourist over the er say again that kindness doesn't "Well, of cour.ie, JuIIuh, that Is u lliero lo thu home of her mother, Mrs. when half way through, but continu- Southwestern route has seen ''Arizopay. Our Dumb Animals. Hartley. sm - .Hogers. is getting along very nlce- - ed on and delivered her message. eood deal." said fdrs. na Churley." Conductors and I'ult- pathetically, "but don't feel too sor- -' very nicely. '" ma" PorT always pointed him nuf. FOND HUN NF.WS. Farlslniis Ums Diiniinles $('0,000,000 For llottds. Aunt Kachel Johnson In er low rv about It. Just think how much "ltJ tr",n 8'K'(1 l,:iHt- him a 'Jan. 29. .Miss Cnrrln Southard Paris. Jan. 30. Parisians have " Thorn W a movement lu Illinois in ,;00l that money may do!" at this writing. "Pcck ln tho Uts,!rl-thleft Saturday to go to fcIiooI in b half of u bond Issue of $00,000,000 Druggist J. D. Cooper has sold out rra.ly ilsercd out ono way to beat but you "Yes'r.i, It ain't that; or lat 'l,arB ll' " mu " "' Howling (Ircon. new rule for restaurants which! 1 to Mr. .Too Dennett, of Cairo, III lor lite construction of hard road3. can't fool tho Lord. Ho knows GoeMtui ';om" eul,, ,u"' "ow Miss Kthul Doit Hobortsou loft Hu li Is stated that tho programme Tho play, "The Old Maids' Con-wo- limits ciibtoniers to two dishes. Over-- ! cf'm,t' co,,rl '"lH "'Uudged him In- only wanted to glvo a ijuurtur. Monday to visit her aunt, Mrs. A. F Imimry or fastidious eaters will tako, would put Illinois up to write down In Ills book 'Julius j vontlon," given Friday night at tho l,r, n,,l commUlcil him to tho State shull iu Crossvlllo. III. n stool pigeon Into the rostanrant l'K'itl) position among the Htatut ono quarter.' asylum. Mr. w. II. Tomerlln is ablo to bo with thorn. vllhln a dttade, leaving New York, Iseventy - ilve cents Bttro Is a dead and proved a success, Proceeds out again after an attack or rhoum-.Each will order two plates, but tho California tiud Massachusetts ahead down In black and white, 'Julius, wont for the bouellt ot tho hall Tobactt. Souk- -. tlm stool pigeon will pass his food to , fc. f;Ivo five lolliirs.' No'm; He will put load builders. Mr. J. Dudley Ford closed n very 'I'liu singing of lho negroes Is a the real consumer when tho latter j Fraucti, which Is about onihboviui - 'jnss." Turks t'liaugt ('aleudar, It Is ex- - great feature of the stemming do- - successful scjiool ut Nol 19 Friday, -- linlshes what ho ordered. j I!0. A Coustun Amsterdam, Jan. ''nth tho una of the United Slates, tpartment lu a tobacco factory. Some Wo all regret to glvo Mr. Ford up tlnoplo dispatch to Heutor's says that peeled tho decoys will bo recruited Vib spout $000,000,000 in original Hui elopes (io Up. j singers become locally famous; He will always be welcome lu re- - from among the Paris guides, who of thu Washington, Jan. III. Increase iu the Turkish Parliament, on the ctiiulrueiloii of public roads, and I wan told by tho superintendent No. IP. s;ujmU lu normal times- only 3 par thu prim for nil stumped envelopes, eomondatlon of tho Government, has have llttlo business now, sluco most also Mrs. Paytou, or Wjso.V, Is visiting tut of tho amount of the Investment iofrietlve February I, was announced formally adopted the (ircgorlan cal or tho sporting resorts aro closed. (of a Klchmuiid. Va factory), they These youths will stand outsldo tho become. Independent, and for that her son, Mr. Archie Payton ami y Department, In annual upkeep by tho I'ost-olllc- o ndar. and nccompany any per-- ' reason have frequently to ho dl.'i lly. Tho Mohaniiuedau calendar, used If tho United States is to take po The raise wan mudn necessary by ' missed, Mr ('orbit Fulton visited hi sis- Iilon among tint gooil roads coun- - tho Increased cost ot paper and the ' up to thu present In Turkey, was bas-rli- son Insldo ror a small fee. ! The wonderful part of the singing, tor, Mrs. Eva Fulkersou at Ceralvo will be necoa- - ' use of more nnd belter material. Tho oil nil the changes of the moon and ot tin. world It Did you hear that Jiggs was killed asldo from tho fasclnutlug liarmon- - Saturday night and Sunday. ary to spend" about seventeen times luerensts average 4: cents per thou- -' consisted of a year of twelve lunar! 'les mndo by the sweet, untrained ne- Miss Vera Miller, of Hnpcwell.lort nink sand envelopes. . much io: Franco has spent monlhs eommenelng lu the (Iregor- - rhllo traveling lu Kentucky?" Igro voices, Is tho utter lack of pro- - Saturday ror Howling Green, ."No. How was ho killed?" lun July. Upon soinu classes of envelope where no allowance for the greater co'.i i? arrangement that there is about It. she will enter school. "In a feud." if labor In America- - which would lie lho Increase will go into effect only Mr. Marvin Hogs hud to give up "And I nlways told him not to 'Now thero will bo sllenco In tho loft; Smoking Itooin For Women. 'after old stocks are sold. 110,200,000,000. has ride In those cheap cars."- - Cleveland then there will como a strange, half going to school at Heaver Dam to Convinced that womankind throughout thu coun- K.0, - ' Tho proposed Investment of (savago cry from somo dark corner, nlay with his mother and sistor 000,000 It. Illinois would bo a drop ' try soon will be aupplled with stamp, takun tho cigarette unto herselt for Plain Dealer. -- musical, yet seemingly raeanlngies; n Mis. Ostr Wudo and children, of Hotel has already "window" envelopes, with part ot keeps, tho lu the bucket. Investments Inquiring A mau of an turn of presently u faint humming will beRlii Culur (JrovO, spent Saturday night to femlno comfort, made lu KtntuM not among tho lead tho address sldo transparent, which lidded Us quota i: I tig States In the Union heretoforo have been unavailable', by opening a clgaretto shop, which mind thrust his fingers Into a horso's ' ami will bo taken up by men and ami Sunday with her sister, Mrs. to sto how many teoth It had, women nil over tho lort; the burn ford HuMuson. with Tho department decided to put on will bo labeled lhe "Humidor." .m- - wiriJflulo In comparison .MIwioh Althu Itoblnsou, Itulh and this elntn of Onvolopco as 'ul pujlto tho team room beneath tho nnd tho horbu closed Its mouth to.soe mlng will owoll into a chant to which lui i.peut if America Is to vbat (ami many Angers lho man had. tho workers rock us their black IIum'i.Io Uralmm and Margaret D rcAlUo tho ocijpflts of u coraprebeu- - moans'' of onabllus commercial con- -' main lloor. says tho New York Her- how travel awlftly among the trlln Vlxltod Codar The curiosity ot each was fully cat- - hund cenu to do away with addressing as, old ilve uystooi of really good roadu brown leavM; then, prveutly. It will Tmtidiiy aflernuon. Our 'Dumb Anlroils, Thoro the fair iicolliu vcker ; i .'ll rw starcplnp, IVo liitto til learned hew to inolo-gold-tippe- carson a cbs Better Hurry! time to Coats. Coat Suits I V iV, ut y. Lower Prices yet Coats I ((. 1 joy our ... M 1 arc at than what they cost. , i! Ladies' Coats . . Hart-ford.wl- th . ' ... ; I vt Children's Coa(s ."S u.-j.- -,n four-foote- .s ... 1 1 Ladies' Coat Suits . er ' Mwf t. Jlajr, , j ,,., ,hrt-inca- L1 j,, 'C '., .L-.- S sec Carson elsewhere. ,,.,,. Carson Si Co Hartford, Ky. I , : i j I ' anti-shippin- trans-continent- 'j 1,',, ft i j ...... ...... , . ."" .." -- -- ,,...,, ,, ne ,,.,.. I n,l ,.''.. ,. ';eJ ... -. ROO-ml- 'x'1 w"E li et 'olcr V, ' ''" Children Cry O A 3 TO RJ A ) ! ' al-!"- e " I - - , j to-da' H J l'om-offie- Vm Hltz-Carlto- rottd-umliln- th op-sa- le w. rir,. 'uS, v ' t ' I )r Jtrw- UkMb., 5oi Ti' arsiMsBaicirx: itl.i iM iHTl'MsT vt