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The Hartford republican: February 9, 1917 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1917 hao1917020901_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: February 9, 1917 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1917 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. '.1 ' X v Ji s ,s 0h Jtottijott DEVOTlil) TO Till: INTERESTS Heft THIS COMBINE? States." klSSffl n. No 32 UPPER BRANCH VOTES APPROVAL (F.ine kfilW Job Work. OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year k4 hSl. xxix. COUNTRY MAKES READY FOR WAR HARTJFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1917, q purchases to such an extent that tho productive resources of tho nation along hoiiio lines will tiu taxed verely until they havo been uud placed on a wur tlnio footing. MATLKIAL8 FOU AUMY OF 500,000 AUTIIOIMZKt) WHY NOT INVESTIGATE foreknowledge or merely supposition. It adds: "Wo do not know the attitude nor the action of our Government on the question of ruthless submarine warfare, but it may conceivably view matters from a different nnglo to that of the United flfe (ftlllP BUILDING PLANTS AKK IN- ISPKtTKII WITH VIKW OK UAH. It r. 7 r - Tho Coitrant then compares Amer- 8KNATK INDOBSKS FltKSIDEXT'tf ACTION IN mtEAKINCJ HULA- ica's abundance- of grain, coal and' TION8 WITH GEKMANY. tkmms oonhtuuction. I'hlladelphlu, Fob. r. Tho Schuylsteel with Holland's scarcity of these by articles, all of which she must imkill Arsenal has been authorized port. A comparison is also made tho War Department to purchase hetweon Holland's contiguous posi- ONLY FIVE OPPOSE IT ARMY RESERVE matorlals Tor an army of fiOfi.OOO RESTOCK tion to Germany with an open eastmen, according to Col. George II. ern frontier as compared with AmerPenrose, commanding oHlcer at the ica's remoteness from tho war arena, Kirby, arsenal, who addressed the City Ynrtlaman, Gronna, Work Elildltlotinl t'Mirlili of Uadlo Sta Business Club here In the and tho pwper concludes that the r And Iiil'niretto Say We Should tions Oidered Anil Otlii-- Prepast, ho said, the arsenal had been Dutch Government must consider Mate Obeyed Teutons. caution Taken. factors which do not exist in Americalled upon to supply but '00,000 ca, and which may modify its decis men. ion. Col. Penrose said that more thun Washington. Feb. 7. Fresldeat Washington .Feb. C All precau- - fitly .factory owners In Now EngWllson'a sevoranco of diplomatic roItlCH WIDOWS HODY IS Icuitlonury uml pruparntory steps tho land and as far west as Oregon bad KOUNI) FOZKN IN IIOMP. tations with Germany was approva4 Imllltury arm of tho Government voluuteerod to turn Ihelr plants ovChicago Nws. formally today by tho Senate. 'huve been authorized to take arc un- - er tx him for the use of tho United Jy a ote of 7S to 5 the Senate exColumbus, Ind., Feb. G. Tho frozway, ami little remains to do States Government In case of necesTrfor pressed confidence In the President' fol- en body of Mrs. Kmma Stobo, 70 dono unless actual war should sity. At tho prwent time, ho addHERE MILLIONS ADDED years old, wealthy widow of John course, adopting a ruaolutlon submitlnw lh lirenk with Germany. ed, there Is not enough stock on hand SENTIMENT Stobo, former auditor and leading ted by Chairman Stone, of the ForOn tho burfneo tho War and Na- - In arsenals to meet an emergency ' vy flfpirtiui'iilH full hack to "Business men," bo declartd, "could Democratic politician of Bartholo- eign Relations Committee, indorsing APPROVES BREAK TO BILL mew county, v,ns found In her home the withdrawal of American AmbasS almost tlic quii'l routine 01 nuruwi do much to help in such n crisis as hero when police forced an sador Gerard from" Berlin and lb times. A few "no admittance" this. Impress upon the Congressman entrance. Sho lived alone. Mrs. gling to German Ambassador Bern-storf- t" signs iijul tho strict enforcement of from your district to look ahead and his passports. new rules requiring evety person appropriate money so that wo might NF.WS OF SKVKKANCi: OP DIPLO- PltACTICALLY NO OPPOSITION Stobo had not been been slnco SunSenators who voted against to day livening, and sho is believed to who enters tin huildlnn to hno tako advantage of the market. When MATIC KKIiATIONS IK IN ttlMIKKHS TO' FltKPAB-- ! have dlod of heart disease Sunday resolution were: pas r hi escorted by a watchman v.'o want money for supplies ConCALMLY. KINi:SH MKASUItKS. Democrats Klrby, of Arkansas, night. For twenty-four hour3 after V uiTOjthn only Mslhle signs tnai tne gress waits until tho supplies are that time the tempcraturo was be- and Vnrdftraan, of Mississippi. at I on faces a grue International actually needed and then takes acKepublicana Oronna, North Dalow zero. Neighbors called tho pocrisis. tion. This Is too late and too costkota; Works, California, and La e, WAR SURE TO FOLLOW) WILSON MAY CONSCRIPT lice to investigate. Below the surface navy otllclal.T ly." Wisconsin. of cro r.tudying- out the details Five hours of debate preceded th leps they plan to take under authorvoto but tho only active opposltloa Appropriation Hilt, NO CONVOY WILL BE Coinniltlod ll Germany 'ohr,, Authority to Take, Serrlcrw of EXPECT NO FRICTION Overt Act ity of tho annual came from the fivo Senators wlxa win Moke Kntente of The on which the Houho labored during Njj Kiiiplnypi And Munition stood t L'niUtl State measure In being ran lUjantM if War Come. tins day. The OVER NEW ALIEN LAW the roll wua called.thtrresolutloajwbea AFFORDED IN ZONE .The rank Inn Retho vehicle of extending to the Pren-Idrpublican leaders joined the powers. There almoiit unlimited in declaring their whole-hearte- d will be no delay In the exercise of News of the sevcraaco of diplomat-- j Washington, . Keb. Millions support of the President.' us noon as the nwas-ur- n l.INKK ST. IIV18 WILL GO "ON ic relations with Germany waa re- - j wcro appr0prilltPa in minutes in the U. H. ANNOUNCKS THKRK IS I"EK- onio of them Tho text or the resolution follows: FKCT lTNiKRSTAJJI)JiO 1IKK OVMP SIIK MAKKS has bocn passed and npproed cetved In Hartford Saturday with ,!ou3(, t0.day wlum tho fear of war "Whereas, tho President has, tat WITH JAPAN." .,.,-- - j; T11K TUIP. must bear the first navy alwa calmn.-.4s- . Nothing ehe bad br..i t)Clwoen tho United States and Tin ,if tho reasons $tated In hla address uhock of a foreign war, and the since Germany's n,.,n).increases aggregating to Congress in Joint sos3loa Vpproprlatton Hill la expected to carof the extension of her submarine ( fir,(000.0OO to bo put into the Naval Wnshlngton, Feb. 6. It Is stated on February 3. 1917. severing diplory full authority and ample funds to Washington, Feb. 7. The Ameri- policy, in view of tho past exthang-- , Appropriaiion Hill, authoritatively that thcro is a por-fe- ct matic relations with the Imperial Pub- any emergency. lug of notes on this subject. meet can Liner St. t.ouls will not be given juica-iwithout dcimto and understanding between the German Government, by tho recall of Iielev'lbi; Natal Plants a convoy If she decides to sail for lie sentiment hero is. with but verv wtlU no 0,H)OHlttoni appropriations Technical olllclals dwot.il much KnKian,t through tho German sub- - few exception, strongly in favor of fop ar))y and am.Mlin,tlolI for mcr. United States and Japan on the the American Ambassador'' at Berlin jftiEspoftH to tao aad"by There was no other climt n,ps t0 ,jp ,onvertcd lnt0 aux. working of the new Immigration law German handing &if time to appraWng the condition of ii.ttriiM roue, It was announced at the move. Ambaaiador nt Washington, and that on neither side is there any course open to the President In keep- Government and prlvnto plants for the State Inpartment guns ary cnlIf.or(jf for apprehension of friction or dillicul-ty- . and speeding up eouf'lrucllnu of new na, ... amilIlIltl.OI1 The Government Is acting on the ing with tho dignity, of the. Untied f(lt. tho navv "WhercaB, notwlthstandlug thbJ Decision as to the typei policy th'it Americans have an In-- 1 States. val vessels. were oouuiLii auu ireoieu wiunn an A carelul study of tho law dis- severance of diplomatic Intercourse, and anil numbers of submarines Atternoon papers announcing Inn u alien.iblti right to traverse the high closes no discrimination against Jap- tho President has expressed his decli:iKrrstu ! ordered as soon that the German submarine break were snatched from the car- The-greatly increased approprla- - anese and no provision for their sire to avoid comllct with the Im,,., ,. authority are available blockade is entirely , ,. l as tunds and and that Hers and their contents devoured .. perial German Government. from the United States. with utmost interest but no excite nlll be made within a day or so. ()f chuirnlun j.adwtt, 0f the Na- "Whereas, the President declared agreeUnder the of tho navy In the contraveutlon of law would Imme- mem was eviue.ic.xi. Pl.ms for the umi inu sere,..., ya, Affa,rs CommUtWt followlng-ro-- f in this the situation was realized and It C(,,pt of R t,Upr from Secrctary of ment Japanese coolliv. are kept out Judgment.said address that If in hU otnt of war also have been under diately bad to hostilities. an occasion should arlstt by tho act of tholr own GoverndUruMrinn, although no olllclal would admitted that the ac A statement of the position of the was Kenei-all.a nMM that tht.y weri8 no. ment In denying them passports, but rut further action in the premises on Clseu.s that subject. on the Falling of Amer- ttou would ultimately lead to war cessary in the present crisis. Government not by an act of the United States the part of tho Government of the Additional censorship precaution ican tei.scls is being drawn up at Since the break an overt act has been In addition to whsl was dono toUnited States he would submit tha Governmen. at radio plants wore- ordered and the State Department, but will not constantly expected and it is now-onl- day the House will be asked The fact that the new law pro- matter to Congress and ask th Secretary Daniels said he would re- be made, public here, although It a question of time, unless of to approve an appropriation of vides for the continued exclusion of authority of Congress to use sucli new his plea to Congress for tbu es may be mado public by idilp owners course, tho Teutons should modify $150.00l).000iildlt!onal to the aliens "now In any way" excluded measures as he might deem necessaof a Government monop i receiving it. It is understood to bo their course, until the United States tablishment now carried in the bill to ... . . . ry for protection of American tea oly over alt radio plants witnoui JOPr'SliIcnt wihion's desire not to havo will bo Included In the Kntente Al- expedite the construction of subma- from entry to the United States doci not affect Japanese, because these re- men and people In tho prosecution liance. It is not expected that Vthe Government appear to go out of rines, submarine chasers and torps-d- o main away of their own volition and of their peaceful and legitimate erwill back down from her sub e There l.s leas need for haste with ( Jts wwy to ,naU. au omcial public boat dostroers previously author- - not through prohibition imposed by rands 'On the high .seas. , army. The two appropriation marine policy and America prepares lr, QUCSuon. Stone KxpfoliiH Resolution. tho milted States. hill covorlnir the land forces, tho It Is also stated that as yet no tor wnat is to ioiiow. In addition to the enormous outlay "Thorefore. be it revolvod by tho Under this understanding tho Jap While we aro not prepared for war of money Chairman .Padgett offered Army and rortlllcatlons bills, am realilppiT.vhhve mado "a direct has refrained Sciiiite that the Senate approves tho anese Government e well on their way through quest" for a convoy. It Is understood, fprelgn poi.ers woefully which carries Ad- from any protest against the act in action taken by the President an set an amendment, They carry sutneiunt houever, that tho question has been tho part we will play If an overt act Ooiigrutu. approval, to give the Its finsl form, though Inquiry waB forth In his addrees delivered before emcrginclcs, dlscussid Informally and that It had on the part of Germany hurls the ministration funds for pm.ect President authority 10 conscript all made to clear up the exact meaning the Joint session of Congress as statcomes available been learned though If war that there are not t'ulted States into this aiiammoth omplocs of naty jards and munied above." of that part. amounts will be gnatly Incrensed. enough American war vessoln avail- struggle. If war comes the United tions plants in case of war. "I hao presented the resolution," ?rretary P.aker conferred y convoy tho whole American States must make a showing that will able, to Conscript ion Feature. said Senator Stone, "In bringing the HAUTFOIt!) MKTHODIST8 TO Dr. Simp- merchant marlno plying through tho In a measure guarantee her future with Director Glflord and This feature is Incorporated in the IIKGIN HKVIVAIi MONDAY matter beforo tho Senate because I peace. 'Millions of meu fchould, and son and Dr. Martin, of tho advisory war zone. amendment drafted by Attorney think we should let tho world know Defense Coun--I- I will, rush to the colors and blot taff of the National announcement is underGeneral Gregory to authorize tho j The Kline Uvangellsta party that we support the President of tho Col. Illrmlngbnm, of the Army stood to mean that the United Slates out forever tho Idea that prevails o Chief Kxeeutlve to commandeer of Evangelist O. A. Klein, of United States whenever, ncting withCorps, also wu present. Tho It going ahead Just ns though tho In Kuropo that this country. Is .Mtdlcal plants that are necessary to the Nashville, Tenu.; Mr. S. n. Cren- in his constitutional power, ho speaku We must demoustrnto our nnuucll will announce soon the nanioa German blockade order had never conduct of wur. It Is in Hue with the shaw, singer. Detroit, Mich., and Glen authoritatively for tho country. of doctors who will compose tho been Usucd and that no preparations ' ability and.lt done this tlmo the action of tho llouuo Interstate and I.ace, pianist, Illoomlugton, Ind., will Thero are Senators who thought lt medical board of standardization. such as convoying or arming will bo chances are; It Is for all time. y Foreign Commerce Committee begin a meeting at the Methodist would havo beeu the better part of Kven as this Is written there conies which will direct Us efforts toward ' lu1olltllt. lt rc8t8 with Germany to In reporting favorably a bill to church hero Monday night, Feb. 12. wisdom if tlio President had postpon. medical supplies and commit tho ovcit uct that Piegldent reports of tho loss of au Auiorlcau tho President to take over HvangeUst Kline and his party ed tho teveranco of diplomatic relaTho Wilson has said would lead to war. who bears the name of the father for war purposes. education mil opeiuto railroads, telegraph and have had verj remarkable uccoss In tions with Germany at least until of tho country. As to whether or not .......! plan was worked out as u definite m II, a 11 1.1. UJIUM ll'IITIIIIUUU Willi .1... I1IUII l.i wiw tevlval. iliu .i..ii III Three years ngy they held Germany had committed overt act oftliis report Is correct wo cannot say J part of tho defense council scheme ADVOCATES CIIAMSKS IN tho (military service or ,. United StateB what mis said to be the. host meeting fensive to this Government and sufreport bo truo or., .,, .MKHtATOKY IIIKII UVW Uut whother this many weeks ago, and has no direct 111 uasu 111 nui in cii ihiimmiwiui' ... I.Itth Settle Memorial, Oweushoro, ficiently nttgravn ted to warrant a step not It is only a matter of hours unpart hi tho present situation, alhas over had. They arc now In a so grave n possible consequences; Washington, Full. C. J. Qulncy til tho act comes thnt causes to unthough tho new board probably would great revival at Cloverport In which but tho President took a different Ward, Kentucky State Game and furl tho Stars and Stripes and sets bo useful. HOLLAND HF.SITATKS AT conversions view, which with great ability he thero were thirty-fiv- e Fish Commissioner, urrlved In Wash- - tho bands a playing tho Star Span Ta Restock Supply Do'Kit. HUKAKIXO WITH NIMGIIUOP.S , Vdnesday night, tho week totaling strongly supported iu his addrojs beIn the intercbt of the gled Uanuer. Tho National Itesearch Committee, iugtou one hundred. The church in which fore the Joint. session. composed ol yelontlBts and army and Migratory Ittril law. Ho would havo "I think It both wise and advisaThe, Hague, Feb. C It Is known the meeting Is being held Is said to olllcers, 11U0 met during tho Incorporated In thu. proposed amend- MHS. ItUlTS W1M.IAMK DIFH n.i.y A1TKK lANGFHINO II.li.NFSS iha Holland has protested strongly be not largo enough to accommodate ble for tho Senate to say oiDclally monthly sesslou. It Is ment to tho law governing migratoluy for its that it accepts and approves this acagainst Germany's decree of half the crowds that attend. understood there was some discus- ry birds the provision that the State submarluo warfare, but the The meeting to bo held In Hart- tion of the Nation's Chief Magindvlbablllty of creating a Game Wardens shall bo named to coMrs. Wlllnms, wife of P.ufus Wilsion of tho press Is silent as to the Government' ford Is uut for the Methodists alone, strate." radio uervlco to Include army, navy operate with Federal oltlcers in tho liams, utter havlig been thru u per... plunts us a dellnlto enforcement of tho law. Commis- iod of several months niness, died action. The Foielgn Olllco refuses but for the entlro town and lt Is hop- AMKRICANS UKLKAKKD am commercial to give- any details as to the course ed all of every denomination will agency,. Tho navy sioner Ward called on Senator Jumes at her homo near Hnillu on last Mongovernmental ON PJA'JA OF IGNOIUNCK adopted by tho Administration. come and work. favors, however, Government monop- and Representatives J. Campbell day night. In addition to her husTho Nleuwo Kotterdamscko Con-ran- t, band sho lenies two children, Miss olization of radio communication un-ti- Cantrlll. Amsterdam, Fobj 7 (via London). whllo expressing tho fullest 2,600 AMERICAN ITTTZUNH .. Loubel and Ilyrnn, tho Inttor a studIts control. Aecordjug to the Berlin Vosslscho NOW ONC.KIOIAN tKAu IN S U. II , confidence In the Govornment, comPirriTION FOK.CHANGK ent hero, four brothers, U. Secretary Uakor directed the Zeltuug, the nercnty-tw- o Americans country does not PKKCINOT HOUN1IAHV V1LKII Jlnrvo and Itowo Condlt and two plains that tho department to restock tho Ara.iiterdt.ui. JVb, V (via Loudon). on tho Yarrowdale, who wcro reknow what tlio standpoint of the Adsisters, Miss Ilclle Condlt and Mrs. army's reserve supply dopots, virAeiorri.n: to tho B??llu Tngeblatt, leased by Germany, wcro given their A pcLUfon waB 11 led In County Gfcylu Athertou. After funeral ser- ministration Is. The Courant ex tually emptied by the nutlonal guard Kmcivwy ottlcVals in liberty becauao of- - ihclr declaration Immediately Court on lust Monday asking for u vices the remains were burled at prosseu surprise at President Wilson's thi AmMlcnn Tnoblllratlon. I'und aio ujcertalnud tbat thero that thoy were not awara when thoy regard to other neutral tJerlln statement in change In tho boundary linos of WoodwardB Valley. P"r-cho-h. sivullablo for yqry extensive clilrona lr.i Oer- - Joined their salpa that Germany Magun, Halph and W. Fordb-vill- o Tho Senior Class, of xylitch Uvron P'owera following the ojamplu of thu aro L'.COO American In tho ovojif. that a war tlmo armod tocrcaintiaaa as wat- Tiiera r.to ociy noou' .ifig Kcl-Uwhether the. piany. Statu ami it-- t voting prrlrtct. by U. It. Willlama U a siomberi attended the United irmy In Biirnradru'iril will bo noeca. thhUen. ' o Mpv WUlvwV et l. cxacJttwi .Jvxil on. Aaerlof.t Lt RflttliJ, tuner! otmplnt.l t luercivf'S tho to-day SUPPLY ht Fol-lett- nt 'Ger-epect- ed - de-flre- y to-da- unti-alrcra- ft sub-mari- i.iN-i- ilh-gn- tji ,, f ,,, Hoot-Takahl- ru l. y .... 36S,-000.6- '? Gcr-mai- l) an-th- mk-judg- to-da- To-day- 's com-U'os- ed prl-'at- to-da- to-da- y unre-t-triut- . er -- Aot-nayil- lui siry jJhW-'UU'nt- 'i a .v. B 3K v K m ft h KIiOWKIW of our people, which I have sought PniCflKllVINtt WITH WAX CAXM.HH my address to tho Sento express In ate only two weeks ago seek mereLEGISLATURE TO ly to vindicate our rights to liberty It Is not generally known tlmt nnd Justice nnd nn unmolested life. many kinds of Dowers may bo pre condition with These are tin; bases of peace, nut sorvcil In llfe-llk- n MEET WEDNESDAY and down the llo much moro on wnr. Cod grunt that wo may not be wax. Ordinary candles may be us some fronts than on challenged to defend them by acts ed nnd, to prepare tho wn'x, It Is on to tho state of Iho enemy's moriiiin.i,of willful Injustice on the part of ly needful to cut np the caudles Into nagging disWashington, Ueb. C Tho sever- - rights of cltUens of the wrAXMSV 1SHVV.H CAI.Ii I'Oll CON- ale and to tho degree of of Germany." chunks, taking away the wicks. Tim relations with States upon tho high seas should In comfort to which Is holng subjected .nen nf dlnlomatlc SUMMATION OK UKVKNUK wax Is then melted In a saucepan ov any way or In the slightest degree WAIl WOI'1,1) II K III.OW .. .n nmiiiiiv nnnnnncpd hv our raids and artillery. Uut few n AND TAX IiAWS. or a llatun nnd, when tht whole l.i TO TIIK VKKI MAKKKT Gorman prisoners mako any but tho to tho countrv nnd tho world by bo made contingent upon tho conduct liquid tho flowers may be trentcd being ; j,r0,drnt Alison at a Joint session of any other government, affecting thlnueat sort of prcleiiso of -. ..Until. " WIWiMII .. .. . n A ..i..l ' ritllll 1. , ...a Oli"MI I tin Mlllln ilp vii a . .(. .lrf the rights of neutrals and noncom anything hi heartily sick of the war , . Co,ieroM Saturday at 2 o'clock K,-1- "; surface, that Is. there should b, lT7'." MEASURES UP and glad to bo on what has bccomol Tne prc9(cnt spoko ns follows battants. Responsibility In such of 8.04M60 pounds SO OTHER tobacco ,i.lrnn no tho matters Is single, not Joint; absolute, been cold over the loose Iraf Hours the 6afo and comfortable side of tno Tho Proldent'd Spcoch, Take the blossoms separately and linos." "Gentlemen of the Congress: Tho not relative' to date at nn average of $11. Si. dip them for a moment or so Into tin' "To this note of the 8th of Mav Huyers estimate tlmt itiini-rln- l s German government, on the tfcivrriidr Says In rroqlamaUoii Imperial Germnn government (of laRt year's crop has been deliver liquid wax. constantly moving them Kloan's IJiiimont Kor SllfT Joints. jli)t of january announced to this the That llrgvt Nel f KoImmerse the blossom com about. Rhouwatlc pains and aches get In- -. R0Vernment nnd to the governments mado no reply. form KvLst. ed. pletely nnd also an Inch or so of tli making I of tue olner ncutrnl nations that on of January.tho to the Joints and muscles, "On tho thirty-firs- t Last year 4,000,000 pounds was Uelieveamj nf,er tuc flrftt jay 0f February, Wednesday of the present week, tho sold 'on tho floors ut an average of stem. Then take them out and wave every movement torture. In tho air to dry your suffering with Sloan's Liniment; ,t,1(, vre8enl month, It would adopt a German Ambassador banded to tho $5,110 u hundred. Tho average this about --Frankfort. Ky.. Feb. S. The It nuickly penetrates without rub- - olicv ...ltll roc:ir,i to tho use of sub- - Secretary of State, along with n for ea n w s twice that of last year. A 100 aero tarm Unmoral Assombly of Kentucky, at Mniv nnil .afiithtM nlltl warms miie.t east of VOUr nl..a, ..11 ulilnttliiTv o.,Uln?) mal note, a memorandum which eon It i. tnated that 1 2.000.0(H) will ...w. lliu-IJJiH.i..n.. llf.t.tiini. .1. u..,.. fc.....ra wi'ft .... Hartford, on the border of tho oil the call of Gov. Stanley, will meet soro muscles. The congested uiooii t0 Jl:ls,s through certain designated talned the following statement: be d 'lis season. u uxtraortllnary session In this city Is stimulated to action; a single "Tho Imperial Government. tl-i sales wore much lower fields. Good dwelling, bum and otb of tho high seas, to which it la Young Wednesday, February 14, at noon, plication will drive out tno pain. cie;iriy duty to call your attcn- - fore, does not doubt that the govern-me- Ohiiig to "war talk." Should war er nocessary outbuildings. tor the solo purpose of considering Sloan's Liniment is clean, couvenl-- ; of the United States will uit- - bo declared, buyers here say thev orchard, strawberry bed and other pleasing features. If bonds carry the subject of revenue and taxation. ent and nnlcKIy effective, it does not , ... . . r.,mitui the Congress, on ilerstnnd tho situation thus forced up will withdraw from the market. In ;i proclamation Issued this af- stain tho nkin or clog the pores. Getlt,lp stn ()f A)ru j.jt, In view of tbe,rn Germany by the Kntente Allies' seat pike will be nenr Irtiyors of foreign firms or for ex- inter-countternoon to tho members of tho Gen--r- i buttle at your Itrugclst. slI1j,inf; on tho 24th of March of the brutal methods of war and by their porting companies would be espe See. or write Tlnsley & Harnett Assembly, tho Governor sots out U.'ic. passenger steamer Pus- - determination to destroy the Central dally uffectiHl by a declaration of Hartford, Ky , for further " Ma reason for calling un extra ses,s(ex by a German submarine, with- - Towers, nnd that the government of war sion. Tho Slate, he says, for a num- ()!' U,Sltt ONIiY 72 !out Bumnions or warning, and the tho I'nlted States will furthor re.illze . ber of years baa faced a continual-DMATHS DIM! TO WAR cnM,nU0Ht loss of the lives of sever- - that tho now openly disclosed inten- incnasitiB deficit in the Troasurj. ! citizens of the Tutted States, who tlon of the Kntente Allies give back j now are outstanding nnd and the-r( . were the Treedom ot action ' Ek "- - to Germany . vuu m ui vorK, ren. imssuukuih unpaid several million dollars' worth large Ufi In3uranco companies thnt government addresed a note to the which she reserved in her note nd-- , ..f Stato warrants, bearing interest government, in dressed to the government of the has just ' imperial German does a world-wid- e ,.t five per cent. ..... ..l ,,..4 llr builness .T.ilfMa .,u ii. tt ......Ir. ...ig fr.llivrf,ii ........ t- lTfilti.rl Stnt.c nil Mnv .1. I Tl f n uu-n.ln.,l. ....m.- iviulii 1C unnir tl.c. ......... ...r. ilnnlnr .. .. ....... ..... COinpiUieU lll . ... , n .. Conimisdon ! Xamctl. t.. "Under. these . circumstances Ger- - j( iiiou: for Ute scconii quariwr 01 . . UoaliziUR the pressing need of a many win meet ine uiegai i measures The Onlj Way out. Of tJho 2,510 policyholders who) 'adjustment of laws relating to rev- - died during this period the cauf-e- of ..... ,. i. 11111 .i ,.f ,i,!nf her enemies by forcibly urevcut- - J .ni 111.' 'lil3. .'. '" " ' 11 11 uue and taxation, tho Governor say3 wero ss follows: Imperial government to prosecute re ;ng after. February 1, 1017, lu.. a zone1 . . -Commonwealth death ;he people of this i.,.. rtl Heart disease lentless and indiscriminate warfare arounu ireiu nriuuii. r runce. mny twice havo voted favorably for an Consumption 25 of commerco by the .mil in the Kastern Mediterranean. V against vessels amendment to the Constitution, 2tS use of submarines, without regard all navigation, that ot" neutrals Rrigbfs disease Tho last such legislation. and 200 j to what the government of the Unit- - eluded from and to Huglaiid Cancers and tumors . . . w.sieral Assembly adopted a resoluISO' -I Qlalna tUlwt Cilllslll IT the MlCri'l'i from and to France, etc All ships j; i'nounionia fl tion providing Tor the appointment' Apoplexy flw. 7nllf u'lll lio Mlltlk ' 130 , and Indisputable rules of Interna-12- 0 '1 to dei! a State Tax Commission agree witnjj ...v.... i.,. ..twi tiin iinlvirallv reeoc- t "I think that you will ami Diseases of the arteries of nse a new system........ revenue ,...1. Accidents H) : uized dictates of humanity, the go- - me that, lu view of this declaration . y 1... .1 - oum-- . ....- u .o nation .or w.e 9 of AlRMlvo orBam DU emnieut of the United Stall's Is at which suddenly and without prior in mitten at !i regular or a special sos-- 1 forced to the conclusion there is timation of any kind deliberately ' ' purpose. Moil to bo Killed tor the 61 . withdrawn a' tne solemn assurance giv but one course It can pursue. , ?!.',' Vliis CoramlKiloiv has prepared a rev-'I , ,i... i...,.r.il l'nrnriimnnt ',n in tho Iinnrrl.il envernmrnt's not.'- i ( lll-.', m. ............ T,'4!shoubl now Immediately declare and! of .May 4. 1UIG. this government has nwn puuieiira aim uiuiw i cfTeet an abandonment of Its present no alternative consistent with Uir 'Ik la,jni .. ' thruout the .State 12 methods warfare dignity and honor of the I lifted Uronchitls. pleurisy." etc ot submarine it is believe, H members of he, , States hut to take the course which.' iinimi.etc. . u against passenger and freiglit-car- r y. as well as cltl-- . r;,,,era ... the government of th" in its note of April IS, 1916, it uning ' '' xens of the State, have had ample 10 united States can have no choice but uounced that it would take, in the ;p ticc in which to- study the measure relations with event that tho German gowrnment . tn Never dinlomatic and become familiar with Its provis-- 1 .1 tA tr itlTikfit n ti lift n. empire altogether. of brain, etc ""Hit Kill uuv .li.stlti mv nml vv.w ut.vini i'', the German . ,, ions. dniiment of the methods of subma-- f Assurance. llerlinV ! v;ii Alliiit-.Neel Attention. was then rai-, Spinal diseases "In reply to this declaration th rlne warfare which It In his nrticJamatloir. the Governor' .' 4 IS ploying, and to which It now pro-.JAll other caunes I'iivi.riininnt n:i i... ......t.. I ;ijh: , i Ot those who died IKS were under hu uverlI1IUMU u,e following ai.sur poses again to resort. "In the rush of business at a regu :'.0 years of age. 40T. were Vf- "lhave,... therefore, directed th" between; anee: ......,.... lar session of the Legislature, where HO and 40, !i:i were between 40 and C..,.. ,.. .illll..lll.. ,r. 1.1 . svm. ..w..v " "Che German isoverjinient if pr- .It'll I 1.11 J 111 Olllll ll .....1......... .V. " a multitude of measures are introducexcellency, the Germnn ambassador 10, (304 wero between f0 and 00 and ,p.irl to do IN utmost to confine tii- . A J A .. . mAA AA IW AA . A ed and considered, it can hardly bo l..., nil .11.!. ...... tin .lt. tt,.UU I...I " 007 wm'uirr 00 years old. pJVVl-grV4r'S9srv,al4rrs7ra" '"i"" .operalloiis of war for the rest 01 iih hoped that so vital and complex a , That all of the money paid out nghilni; forces of the the United Slates and the German, question af the revenue and taxing it- nf,. iiwiimiiro i'imii:iiils does not'.,,uratIon, ... .. ... einiiiru aro t.eviTwL and that tin at i... . i.. i.eiil'Tei-eiiiHuieruii .n.p . :... ... given the .... . .. i.n,n..l.,rl,i.. .,r tin. .I.inil jystcm of tho State can lw nir.rlf-ni-. i :i nil'..lss:i(l(ir at Iterlin Will i ... ..." ... iretxini'i of too seas, a prun-i- i.. si, ... consideration it properly deserve i. hown by the Tact that tills same u()(Mi wUc1, tho aernian govermnent iinmeiliately be withdrawn; and. ii The, people of tho State must realize H1I51 . lllrlsintl. til company during the second quarter believes, uow. us .uernre, 10 .ue f.. ii.oiirilnnnn ivltll in ,-- " SIX MONTHS condition of the us ONE YKAli that tho pre-.ou-t "is excellency his passports t .of with the govornm.-n' ,,...,-... ral affair of the Slate Is unsound n,r lUltvr 'n,l,,'" l the l nltetl States. and demand tmiurdiuto relet. "Notwithstanding this umxpec-- . I, policj holders tn tho form of 'The German government, guid- op nion It presents in ,ny '"' H' "ernian government slrender values and ed by this Idea, notifies tho pim-rn. BCca.sion within the meaning of th'';, -this sudden and deeply deplorable ment of the United States that the "J constitution authorizing the Govern- - ' -have received nunciation of its assurances, givn, rorrinaval or Id convening tho General Assem- at one of the most Bovrnmi-n- t I'ainlul Coimlis Itelievetl. the following orders: filv in extraonlinary session. t .... . ,....,...,niu. in' tiiti.i.fi tti I li it n. -- ; ...........-."It, H S accordance with the general ..! .I'W IJISCOeri f. KinfT "III ..1'n,lrr. t...C"""l.U": ulw.tl Hi. i .nothing hcaHne remedy for coughs nH.ie.oies of visit and search and lations of the two governments. I r. .. nn-. - - " ,,. Ii..ll,.v. lleit It Ik tile ft) .. luivernnr convi'iieh mo " cnltl, that has stood the test of destruction of mercl ant vessels re- lu rxtniordinary 8Mhon. . lo , . f U u ( er ma. , authorl ' , .years. For that cough cognized by international aw. such rly fifty-subject, other than that mentioned (NOT Sl'NDAYi ' bo... within and without the that strains the throat and saps the . ,. lu the call b. be considered. . at niur ty o , lo zone, shall ustlnj win n vitality try Ur. King's New Discovery, .area declared a naval war A XI) .... . ...... ... . ,..i cannot bring myself to believe that .. i,.. 1110 KOOlllHIB pine iiuniiuia uiiu ...n.i noi OH hiuik .....i. . miih.hu mini CiiihI fhey will , ndeed pay no reg d laxative Ingredients soon drive the ' wllhout saving human lives, unless escape , of- - ancient iriendshlp between t l.el peo- :nnn", Thin' s Tabloli o, St V tor cold from the. system. Havo a bottle . ,..M. .hips . attempt to nii and our own or to tho solemn oh . r,. nlnnmnl to OllhllUd for WitlUT COldS. CriJlip ...I...,. I,,. Tl,n ligations which have been exchanged j "'iiul'' it added, neutrals afTectlons. At rlpi and bronchial take and their effect is so agri-cabldestroy America-- . 2 expect thai Germany, forced I., light between them, ,.and I. 1... Ifnu tf Ainirl. ..i. i !' .. ...i and t.o uatural that you will not real-- 1 J"'"- UruggiM, 50c. "" '" ; " lor her existence, shall, for the sjiko A (Jrout .Monthly .Ma:i.inu U that It has been prduced ! can eitleiis In the willful prosecu- . tri..t ti... .. every-- 1 I'll MX HUNS OFF WITH M a medicine. Obtainahle ,,.,.. , tton if the ruthlt'M naval proKrnm .. lllM t, iliir m TKX INDIAN where. 1'iev have announced their inten- - , Is .,..rmltl.'.l to continue to apply at I !iiiln;il nverl- net l n.iK-- " ii.... ,.....i,..,, " " violating '" sjAVS (iCItniANS Great Kills. Mont IFeb : . Ten jM" methods of warfare h'lr part can make mo bellevo it Such mtematlonal law -iu in; caituhkh SiluaWB. . papooses upon oui;s., WIMiINC vcn ,,ow-. . . . i... , .imiuitiii ivmiliMie ucoiuiinilhh' with'' " AND "If this inveterate confidence on the -- . A correspondent Indian rosarvauon wuu ....... ... I.oudutl, Full. uu.innir .. . of file I ,litwl ,,. alt , tll(J ,brlety nnd prudent wrillns frritu tho front about tho in eretwo In (H'riuui prisoners taken lv -;' ---'- --e h, , empty passenger coach on a siding .fe. nng.l.haiys. mnny of tho VCM shoul, " '' to Hi capture wore rual.y desertions 'Now an Infant strapped ,s det, nvined h. fact bo sacrificed by their naval " "' ," " Is no light bunion, iind with one ac- - ' '" trora tbo Teuton Hues. He says: ' to roiloro tho prlnclidus of tli ftuo- - conmmndun. in heedless contraen. ... -i..a... ;.--- "s.. Ut It has , ." r lluIuanUy. , UU..V of tbom Bald that they had loBt remain there until thy .add h,.oh obvou Am, '; .imLbai, taKe tho liberty of coming again , ay. and In some placas. ow- - of tholr wares, and then exchanged oir on buiU.tno wamnnui recoiroa tor .oo.i. .UK to tbo male of trenono .invliwfore the Uongress to ask that an-- f h.i..Miiniin. rnriii.nl. liDrHiim An nut: no ean.e iilnng. booked on- -' ' "noil .iiniis upiiiii on u and started with ,t for actua..y communic.t, the muko a mu.tnfc. and I.wiM.m. p..lblu U of the United ' profeotlou of our seamen and our . w. Ing and waiiln, Splendid Combination a Little Over There .alU into . euem outpost , .,r v ., sfato hut people in .he prosecution of their can my Is that It is a .and co.mterna ton w ueu u .. s "AH i. uu- - Peaceful nnd legitimate errands on Halt The Price. ..r .Bir.n.1... ivhim tha tiern.ans , .oturned ' to Whuro the coach had It takes it for granted in.ii int.. 1 euu do nothing less. perlal German government does not the hl?li soas. 1)1nmkiuK icry c.msistenly been. Tl.oy bosiogc.1 the o.llco of I take It for pi. lined that all neu ma n.euau Imply that the oTtotunuii that our men do vision Superintendent C. I.. Whiting l"tend fo po l Is In tral govomnieiiis will lake tbo miiiiOj Itind, convoyed to l.lm'the value of of Its newly announced , upon the cuurso course. a.. way contingent Tti ort!ur at this, rato will lm one chso a German oilier with ton onto little papooses. Hut If the "Wo do not diislie any hoslilu con-- j resull of diplomat le n..Ko ,. to m problem seemed great to them. It was ir ('ounttr-.lournarAgon- ts governnient o t le ! nil Hint with the liiipurial German gov-- i only when siont throtigli ,itlnUi0BrllUhllnwai..Holdtha not to Whiting. Thirty or forty helweun the We are tho sincere iriends, i.rniuent. l Stulc- - and any other belllgeren in thid iibtritt. holding it and who miles down tho lino tho coach was veru.mn,. notwl. bsta .dbig hefiic of Hie German peoplo nnd earnestly cnu,Iderablo minori- - .toppiKl. hool:ed onto a returning remain at poacu with the passages In tho Itnperia desire to urrudJr. ! don't think.' liKIJUY l.)..VAMvKH. train and brought back. The babies that certain V. lo government which speaks for them tho! r. cooing ,,a ,mppy--bu- t liungry to U,t eifocLcmtltuted not bellevo that they aro We shall Ilartfonl, Kv. " frrtflf rsply, followed by a sliurp bum- - - ami tucir iirbi nn rum i",i u"-hostile to us unless nnd until wu are Ihat construction. car. o wo wMts lu tho (ifenuuns to aurrendor; in ii hpoclal "In ordet, however, to uvoltl anv obliged to bellevo It; ami reasonUHMi vblcb tbti Gorman soldiers lo nothing moro' than tho ...... ....... i;ouniiiium' in Hiinuerst unniiiK. iun rights (JOUK.IKU-.HM'KNAichr Ihrtw down their rifles and I; .'.V, l.ouivilli', Ky. "iUUiS States notifies the lui-- l able (Kifenvn of the undoubted t Tivo'. uores' of. land, containing , ,auv ll.tUr luitnia . . V...... nori.il KOvcrnment that it cannot fori of our people. Wo wlih to sorvo no solilsli euas. Wo aook icercly to ahio Ofae well of witUjr. located i niomon lurch, &aid that stand' true allko in thought and in HURgc-tlo- n Ihat ; rt nivLuil fin'mufit bilrrwdor too. and In town of Hartford. Terms tor th aettoa t Utt luuucjptlal prlriapl- in.Tmsn naval' nnthorUi Vo pj.Jy lv UwU k Tlft'doy ntnjtbfij- - weio ,il irouRht in regard that as a set performance or surprise, hut lu cither a genuinecast) It (loco not scorn to Indicate any very great stomach fur fighting. It up Is typical of what Is happening others-J-accord-Ing President Explains The Break To Congress ",,,, I -- J ..- 1 'X.the three-fourth- ..- , g r . ,,., ,v nt i y al to-d- I cross-chann- ! "' ! $SSVVf$S VrWS VVf I ' 1 isi. s ... i I - ,o CALL ON US For Overcoats, Suits, Odd Pants, Ladies' Coat Suits and Cloaks. Don't miss us. All new and ' ,.. t,i. m-;- ' ? I s ,i.,i ""-llii- st "," ..... .- ""',,,.., .I'll i ess-el- s - I ! Hub Clothittg Co. HARTFORD, KY. m A f!.,-,iin- - ..-- S VrffTr VfsVtr Wt5 - - t,. "' - ..JAJJAi - uti,.... j. ... .,..i. . .... V V ... .. $4.00 $2.00 - . &. COURIER JOURNAL - '' - I ui-iiw- u -- ,,bly Daily By Mail ,,-..- 1 Tliot .. I ...,,i FARM and FAMILY ( 1 : 1 ... ,,,, " I I to During January i J?TrL.V" r , c.i-nif.- """. . -i o. February Only Lrn'irinir::.:.;:;;,: i ' ,,, .;r. ST l.,i ,t,o - ,ua. ;- f; ',11 'u Special Rale Period Limilod to These Two Months. at " Z ZZZZ'Z iin S toU i nnhir .TS - pur-po3- , ...,. hejiu, - .'...: W "' r"' "a X?1 VWWii . ri y-- L - ttg:sGZ263Z3C rttrr ' hA ji : K- - latc In tl,( attcrnoon with Henry L. 01"nn C. Curtlss Ib building a numTRUCE 1$. SOUGHT St. r ii. for try Secrctnry of War, largo commercial oorlal craft ber of conccrnln,; tho formation of the volat bis Hnmmondsport, N. Y., plant, f",n FIGHT unteer dlvis'on. IN WET-DR- Y which nro to bo used noU summer Mr. Si 1. 1.' 'i would net ns CommlJ-sar- y between Long Ilrancb nnd Atlantic F ''d?Cliernl of tho organization. City nnd return, to carry "scenic-route- " '".' &fociQmmtilMMA Dr?.ch Severn! thou mil men havo nt vapnrtles. HOOHIKltS, HICK OK HQlAHHLK rfV $ rious lln-communicated with ReKYK IIIIUCK HILL OK '?.'JTt.,.9N' MAN NOW llliACK AWAITING gis i'c-i- t who has acted for Col. Swire Cold Quickly Cured. For Infante ;nrt Chadrcn. ILLINOIS. WAH ONCK Roosevelt fn this connection, offer"On December llrot I hnd ft very HUH HAYS. ing their ''rviccs under his command lH,..( severo cold or nttack of tho grip ns and ho was flooded with telegrams It may be, nnd wbh nearly ilown sick Indianapolis, Ind., Feb. 3. With iinujr tho men who havo lit bed," writes O. J. Metcalf, Weath-crh! tho Stnto of Indiana following tho informed iilm 'hey would accept Mo. "I bought two bottles of WOMAN BARES SECRET example of its sistor State on the , , under him are Col. Groome, Chamberlain's Cough Hcniedy nnd It - t..-.-rnr--f'j north nnd listed as the newest mem- of tho Pennsylvania Stato constabu,,r Ai.r.i'i .f. iiMU.nNT. was only n few days until I was com'., ber of tho "dry" colony In the Unit- - lary; John Grconwny, of Ilishe'o, '...' I firmV:4ch' KVcp,ifo!cnf',r'" i.A Cint nn ..,....v.o.,. lint It t n Mint JBtvlnrcN Allege! Hlii)-- r tilwn To pletely restored to health. nmlkiira nf .,., , ,. s, n !tullock, of Dcadwood; i"niit.H.A'tliclbi)ilIiyKcintv . .....i. ly believe that Chamberlain's Cough .,. ,.. v Wheti-Kk- ln Kjrliiti lly P.ui-ntin Hoos- . .' i4tiUtiiv;Mu.-n.ii..'uiullemrdy Is one of tho very best med- nl nnd conservative element now ci- - Uock clmnnlnB of Dcnveri and Da- Tutivs Dark Hue. aro wondering jusi 1 v(, Goodrh of Ncw YorU icines and will know what to do when icriiom .: . ' M M M Obtalnablu rectivo the new law win apply in l havo another cold." stamping out tho liquor traffic for Tt.crcl'.o.uoiin'iDuorij Mary Maneuvered. m everywhere. good. Tho greatest agitation In In- 1 I'tln Syrncusp, N. Y., Fob. r.. "John M.irv sat nn Iho front stinn dlnna has been against Uio sale of R9 Mr- - Mnfl01 ft frcH(, of thf) Nelson," mysterious man and Of Supply. The Hom-tflln. uranuy anil gin nnu u is slayer, who rends Shiikespenrn old wnisxy, A little, frail, wblte-hulre- d nny Stato Legislature will while- hi awaits execution in a cell at woman, her bent shoulders covered doubtful if "Pr" four years old Mary fr&TM'JZMX-M-V challengfil Tunkhnnnock, l'n has been Idcnti-lie- d with n small shawl, camo down an ever tolerate its use again. jTi ..CPU fm ' However, both tho 'liberals and . i? ,i , !. (l liy a woman a u white man Knst Slijo Street toward tho corner "Four yenrs ol i ' Mr. Mason mnr-vel- c J jf f conservatives In reviewing tho "aturo "(.'iiobu I'll have to spank whotut entire life wiu changed when grocery storo. te In front of the storo Si&8 r f.,i..i.c hl skin turned black. hastily of tho prohibition bill Just passed by you." sho stopped und glanced ,. tlio Indiana Legislature arc of the r. . riir- Kuril Is tlio story, at least, "Ci, nr you ca t. I'm sittln' on tho around. Her trembling old hands )ZrU.rmfnr viK Pennsylvania Hoard of Pardons will camo out from under tho shawl, opinion that tho liquor battle is far It," xtarv . Afi'prncrfyfor ij -- tienr from tho lips of n Syracuse wo- seized two or threo potatoes on top from over. Thero has been too bitT '$?) Cm .pnliparml Diarrhoea., man who keeps her Identity secret. of a basket and wero drawn bnck un- ter a fight waged to allow It to be i i j.r.ci i cvbi j Sho sayn "Nelson's" name Is Den- - der thu shawl again. For a second dropped at tho first victory of the TAFI FAVOBS years off another Legnlo Hcrniann, hiuI that she cared sho stood there, her thin old lips "drys." Two W:;i1lmWfrom-inWanty,. . J tj bo confronted with tho Tor lilui as a boy. Sho declares slit- - moving as if In appeal or prayer.then islature will liF iJINSCBIPTION samo Issue; the courts will be apknows whero his relatives are living. she went on. pealed to, and tho war will continue Indicted Fur Murder. The woman who saw looked "Nelson" hni been Indicted for tho around. Not ten feet away stood a over and over again. In tert-- s ted In Hill. DKCLARKS PRKSKNT KNTHUBI- murder of J. M. SIckler, of Mill City, bl patrolman with his back turned -- I.. i Yoii'Vi tvn .M7dW r. w t mm an oan rw vni3w ma It Is for this reason that so much ASM RIPENS TIMK FOR PAS- i i'a. Slnco his .arrest ho has shroud-v- d resolutoly toward tho storo and his Interest Is. being centered in the liOK MEASURE. his Identity with mystery, except gnzo fixed ncrofs the street. The quor problem in Illinois, whero simiwas singularly to toll tho authorities his right Jewish store-keepunobncrviiig. As soon as tho llttlo lar conditions exist. Tho Hruce bill name is not "Nelson." New York, Feb. C. Conscription Hermann, accordlui; to tho itory old unman had gouo tho big patrol- of that Stato which is aimed to bo a now told, was horn In New Orleaun, man turned to tho storekeeper and ono nnd scientific solution of the to build up an army for tho country's TMC CtNTAUN COMF. HtW YOUH CTTT, liquor evil, with its ten per cent albu'. lMJUcWjua,r defcrso "now tho war la on us" ard nml brought to New York by his pnr-en- ts remarked. "She's fixed for the day. t ir r- - " "' ' cohol clause, la nttractlns wide- for tlio ii't"p ns vw" " I when a )outh. When his skin eh. Ikey?" spread attention thruout Indiar.n. laughhoro by former President 'William II, begnn to assume an olive hue, his "Yeh, all right for T.Ike in tho sister Stato of llllnoii, New York mother passed him off as a Iiebivw, ed back Tatt In an auure.st on tut. thero are many ptoplo In this Com- enlorco peace before tho Brooklyn ' sxnan thor Syracuse woman asserts, nnd livening Sun. monwealth who nro neither "wet" placed him In a Jewish bcIiooI. Institute of Arts and Sciences. nor "dry" ami are Mck und tired of "Stirred as the peoplo are by enIlls skin continued to grow darkTlio Host lU'Ctimincnilntion. anxthe whole squabble. They are er, nnd Mrs. Hermann transferred Tho strongest recotuendation any ious to sco what action will ho taken thusiasm" at tho break with Ge, Jilm to another school. arttclo may recelvo is a favorable by tho Illinois Assembly In tho Bruce rman, they would support a conscrip- I measure, Mr. Taft believed, not T)lnpearcil Prom Home. word from tho user. It Is the recom- bill with its limited measure In al- tion No Money only to meet the present situation, Ho disappeared when 18 years of mendations of those who havo used lowing beer and light wines only. in Ativan co "but for the future after tho war a Re, and for years wandered about it thut makes Chamberlain's Cough SatiHfne Thero is no question but that there mmJ& the country, for a time IIvIiik In Remedy so popular. Mrs. Amanda Is a strong Fcntlmont against tho Bale shall end." (ion Gnor-unte( Discipline Younf? Men Needed Minn and other Ohio cities. Olerhnrt, Wnyncflflold, Ohio, writes, of whisky In Indiana, but a permaConscription until now, he said, When ho was completely black, h "Chamberlain's Cough ltemedy has nent solution Is what is wanted by has been of "doubtful expcdieucy.be- Fa ct y returned to New York, and for a time been used In ray family off and on the clement which is classed as neithPrions . causo the popular opposition lived nt tho family residence. Then for twenty years nnd It has never er raifht IdaHi.iii WmmW$L "wet" nor "dry." have halted all plans for reasonable A TcriuH ho disappeared, nnd was not again failed to core a cough or cold." ObWould Destroy Each Other. ol preparedness. Conscription L, needSvinfi to ra heard from. His slaters Alice nnd tainable everywhere. Tho viewpoint Is taken hero thut ed to discipline our SlOO yours Louise, and brother Felix, "give him S? 2 O O the snloonist and The up as dead. nicn and to teach them respect for auFrom Vac The Comeback. Is out to destroy wich other on a no P. A. SlAnCK thority," he said "It U r.ccfcd to lory Direct Tho crlmo for which "Nelson" is raf.ciuCNT Th dean of a Western university inaner basis. Others aro of tho teach our millions of newly created sentenced to dlo li one. of the strang- uas told li the students that the oimiinu that the mild stimulants tnk-- n 9H YOUR 'i.i 'ney ro fcy est in criminal annals. cook al the dining hall was turning with meals or consumed slowly In enthuiilasra, spurred ns they QWH HOME are by Attempted Jmlgc'H Xlfo. I out food not fit to eat." Tho dean 'rleiidly associations arc "not tho root , qsA' they would supPiano tor 30 davs' frpe trial, in your Tho night or October 30, 1915, he tiiumoned tho delinquent, lectured of Ao will ahlp you a beautiful Starckv.q Is for this rcas--1 port the real curse. It aslc Is that you will play upon, use home. No cisli rayment required. All contrrrss In nimnHn;? :i rnnspptn. walked Into Mill City, I'a. On a him on his shortcomings, nnd on that they are interested especial and test this ;Uno lor 30 dayo. Jf. at the iid if ttot time, you do not llnd It the . you have way, 'Irg tirovirion not only highest crado, srcctcat toned and finest piant. In every back, that we will, In ever street corner Judge Robert West-lak- threatened him with dismissal unless Ir lu 'Uio new Innovation . . I that and seen for the money , you aro al iorfec" liberty to wml It oeing( , t,, out ..,, ,or. tho uturQ J. M. SIckler and 'Frank Farn-ba- I .midltlons were bettered. eent. piy the freight both wais. 'I J Stare'.: I'iano xauat maHc, good with you, brought to tho front in Illinois by the or there is no sale. t ,itii after the war shall end." i stood talking. "Nelson" walk"Sir," snld tho cook, "you oughtn't Ilrucu bill and Its ten per cent reguPavmanls A wholly volunteer system, ho said, Sato SI5Q.0O or fttort ed slowly by. place bo imu'h Importance on what lation clause to Wc fcbp direct to you Ironi car factcry, rkt Tea fray no raih Jown, tot alter 30 dayi , lower of tho country's Suddenly u cloud passed over tho he oung men tell you about my Ui-i(iu ni: ;uu uimiu? ui Atou.vu iu st ' VI If HI, JVU IU ltiiil mjh"-If tho Itruco bill Is passed by the voutU to sacrifice themselves cost of your piano. We guarantee in turairh ai'x'ous t, nwitft tixtas eve euggcstal by a ao moon and a strong beam of Its light meals. Thoy como to mo in Just" the . Illinois Legislature thero is a strong nil leave- - ehIud thofo who can onu 11.111 1'iu.iw nd. t.M.i,u,i tutv'" tumv ......a itnnn T .unn iuu ..u ivu He .ami! way about your lectures." struck him full in tho fnco. ou arc rjmuM ct rctrir; cult your cenvroicne. aivl It Is D0J8K lor sroirr" iiMv.ii(Tt. possibility that It may pave the way ly Lwcct toctJ duuMc hlti cra. lo dragrcd lu.by ultimate resort 4 jtu to Lay t tfcino fn; ycat htrne, without a Wllliamsport Orlt. turned his head, whipped Up njary. itano. ,. . for futuro action In the Stato of In- to Inw " knlfo, nnd uttacked Judge Westiakr. 1 1 iarc diana. If n success there, and after Ono Year Compulsory Service. -Playsr-MciM- rt SIckler sprang between the two nnd 2nd -- Band Bargains rTT?u'S"p THK LADIES' MOMB JOuKNAL, passage will bring the liquor ques"Why not equallzo the burden at hUm l'Lurcriroi-n- t was stabbed In the heart. The othWc have coni tiiill? n hanJ tricm.tttl tor v ycara. the Wl i E!. Iwisutf. THB SATURDAY EVENING POST tion to u settlement without being once'" he asked. "Placo It on all. 5u ypurutPT lifl tv.iV; x !ive miniN-- of flifcUjer two men were wounded. pi . ui rae tui brought up year after year. It Ib like- Rcquiro nt least a year's til'iiios ct aft of it our 15 ;nire of plane wA XwrVtr. i iuu win oe scrvlco with Ho was sontenced to dlo on Jan- and THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN ly to find maV. hlini in exjtlcw, rnd Oir rcptv thousands of friends In tho colors from every man between IVll with ttie manythtae spare tlmo of a tat!:n of an ol J cct iblL l.rd, fcr r.ow Startt I'liwa fnturcs of uary 8, but a resplto was granted wlbh to secure tho 3 nd rtcromlilo Aan liouio. tnHuv Hooslcrdom who are desirous of n If) pnrl 9 J Til la lino.l tint littnrtnrr lie vT03i.f?l.il repreto permit action by tho pardon mnu or Oxonian to act as local wU y plrace.1 with al I Itie are few (ample tutgaiin: tbs 50 Free Husto sentative in Hartford and vicinity, permanent settlement of tho squab- - wUh tho rapublo mm undcr 40 vry loir prlotn at wfciJi weBer $110.90 board. they, urn be recurcd. . m over a Bcoro ,.,,. Lessons S2.00 Steinway looklnn after tho renewals of their ...o wmcii hub a 4 Piano Booh Fret Chickering T. cTcry purchiwr of 00.02 many iiubscrlprions in this section, voi pcnrenei't trained fo-r- o from tho How to Check Thut Cold. Rlurrk rianoH, wc give Ireo &nd today for our new Kimball 06.00 " music Ukoim, in nm: of beautifully Illustrated planj body of rntiro peonlo to supply When It Is pnlnful to broatho nnd and Introducing theso publications 1D5.00 Starck the bot known stbooldi in book which elves jou a Inactivity C!au.se Con'stlpation. Payment will bo an artcuiK) dofenso whenover Clilcaito. Tlicv; L'stona you lari'p amount of fever tcnAi chills up and down your to new readers. Send for our blast tf ruplUe Lack of cxerciso In the winter Ib a rati Uke la your own horse, commission. PreTtij yxvad-lunIs noTBsnry " bars jilt list. back, ou aro In for a cold. A timely made in ralary and by mall. Tljld rcprtcnti look will Interest and 111 Is desirable but not frequent cause of constipation. You nmopl.a nnrt,?' c Ilia .... in un ..n oce yur'J frro in.trucllon. n WH please jou. Virltc today. doso of Dr. Hell's J'lne Tar Honey vious ' ,,..1 .... nn,l . ...w, (1..I1 .... llollnc. dotalis addreas, with fnr.1 lm..vtP. A. STARCK PIANO CO., iai3 Starck BId., CHICAGO ,,crlpt0n vhIl,ll woro , tho naturo or .1 will stop the snocio nnd sniffles. Tito etsentir.1. For Uox G54, THE CUUTIS complexion Is sallow and pimply.nnd a preface ti his prenarcl Jd.'rcsa on pine balsam loosens tho phlegm and references. energy nt low ebb. Clean up thin . A nnnrn Mr ' clears tho bronchial tubes, tho honey I'UULISHING COMPANY. Indepen- ecndltlon at onco with Dr Klntfo lho 17t2 Square, Philadelphia. ,,r ,m , Taft BnM Mk soothes nnd relieves tho soro throat. dent Now Life Pills, a mild axatlve that conBtructIvo pcaco Tho antiseptic qualities kill tho tho congestod reJIovc3 intesttnaa Tho prcEcnt situitton, ho said germ and tho congested condition Is without griping. A doso before tc-- should tcn'li tho alisoluto ncoEsity cough Tclievcd. Croup, whooping tiring will assure you a full and easy f()r m,I(a prcparoUnPS8 fnr 0lf. nrfections bronchial nnd chronic movement n tho morning. 25c at ,)rulcctIon. Wo lltiV0 m, doplro ,,(J illicitly relieved. At all nrcgglsts, your Druggist " ' said, for ri'tneultlou with Pnrm.inv 2 2Gc iVEN 'a-- J o-Ir vo 'oiio her no wrontj, yet, T. It. PLi:i)Gi:s SUPPORT IN ,,! ., V0.l.m or our rlKbls. pro- ai:kotkains YOMi UPHOLDING U. S. 1IONOU ll0ed to do (bat which, If wo aluo nn ivi:.v TmAi.s Restored to Health by Lydia E. onr honor d o"r vital inter sts, wo 1'inkkam's Vegetable Compound. Orater Day, N. Y Feb. 3. Coi. WVi t reslct ' y Torco. Thoro Is Atlantlo City, N. J., Fob. :.. pledged. m: nlso for , Roosovelt nation Interest Is shown here In tho lone months Aurora, III. g preliminary trials of I sultered from "For seventrouble, with Ills support to President "WIlBon la , of moral principle to do, lio doclar- u fomnlo You can bo n succefis, and a big success, if yqu huvo I ho under conthroo "aero-trnlns- " sovero pains in my upuouung mo uouor oi mo unucu oil. back und sides until States. Ho ofTcrcd to tho country Kclv tin Ilrlflsli struction nt tho plant of Adolph AMBITION, ERERGY, NERVE. I became so weak I his own services and thoso ot hli "What would ho our situation toApel, In Vcntnor City, for tho Coast could hardly walk lour sons In tho event of hostilities. Thu road to huccc&s is easy if vou are nronurlv day If tho Kngllsli navy wore not It was anAoro Lino Company. from chair to chair, 1'luns for n volunteer nrray divis- l.ctwccn us nnd Ooritijiy?" ho wont that tho trials will nounced nnd got so nervous prepared. A Business Education is thu chief requisite I would jump at tho ion to bo commanded by tho Colonel, on. "Can wo IB next, when tho to rely on bo held April HHErll It I slightest noiso. I which hla frlonds have worked on protection of afford nation tho lor prepared ness. l no nig men oi today almost with- al- mako tost flights beanother machines will was entirely unfit sincu tho sinking of tho Lunitanla. viaya? Would wo wish to do bo? tween this city and Philadelphia, tho to do my houseout exception aro the men who prepared yesterday. work, I was giving nguln havo como to tho front, nud We ought not to mako this a tonipor-h- o terminal! for tho proposed nlr line ho had asked tho Warjary matter. Wo ought to adopt up hopo of ever beadmitted system. Wo prepare you for the position that aro waiting ing- well, when my Department for permission to raise measures to mako us Independent." Tho largest of tho throe "noro-trnlnasked mo to such a body of troops. sister I .. for tho prepared man or woniau. School in session "Tho navy wo shall doubtless In- It try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable ComIs to ho a "Of courso, I shnll In every way crorae In power and olllcloncy with buIb of pianos, and pound. I took six bottlna and today I will havo threo Pupils may enter ut any time and am a healthy woman able to do my own support tho President In all that ho nil dispatch. Hut tho army is likely J the entire year. will bo capable of carrying four housework. I wish every suffering does to uphold tho honor of tho to bo of uiushrooni growth miles wo nt a speed of rom 00 to 100 woman would try Lydia E. Pinkham's J receive proj)or classification. Tho two other Vegetable Compound, and find out for United States and to safegunnl tho look ahead. It la said wo cannot miles uu hour. how "trains" will bo of smolter design, themselves G9G good it is." Mrs. CARL lives of American citizens," ho said, well uso nn army In I his war, or all North Ave., Aurora, 111. ."Yesterday1 I wroto tb tho War Do- - gunnes, that llinltlnir tho extent of capacity, but A. Kieso, with a The great number of unsolicited tescapable of developing tho timonials on filo at tho Pinkhatn Lab pnrtniont asking permission to ralfo demands of a war Is tho least rolla-- a will bo division if war Is declared and blc. Wo must resolutoly Torm u name tpec.l as tho larger model. All oratory, many of which aro from timu In strong army." tho machines will bo of tho to time published by permission, atu thero is a call for volunteers. threo of of Lydia 3such event 1 and my four sona will Another lesson or tho situation, ho pattern, equipped Croof of tho valueCompound, Ji o 4 Vegetable in tho BO." said, la that n ccnoral Uuropoan war (Incorporated) upon either land or wa- treatment of lemalo ills. to descend Col. Itoosovolt would not discuss Ss certain to Involvo un and thut for Every ailinz woman in tho United ter. compniiy is headed by Cluino States is cordially invited to write to tho country's foreign sltuution fur-- 1 rtvoldlnjr war nn International policy Tho OWENSBORO. KY. tho Lydia Ii Pmlchcm Mcdlcino Co. thor, proforrlng to wait for develop- - miift bo organized of which tho s. KlkliiB, uon of tho lato West Virginia (confidential), Lynn, Mnivj., forspccirJ .od .States lmiat prrparu to assume a odvico. 1 1 i i free, will briaif you health Senator. He hud uu extended conference juct share of tho burdeua. Word has reached tbJa city thnt und way suvc jour life. grime IS SEQUEL i i r.-v- z wnrr, w$ llllafl y, to-da- com-mtrsio- ns 'ffMm Mothers Knew Bat Genuine Casferia Vi 1 a ' fe ttiRtfv;y.&'U!uun Always Bears tlio nl-lg- rd Signature ef m. ," &$ . In v' H'Sl 4Ji Use FM s For Over Ill-lic- Thirty Years SA; er farek Pianos ed I st j o, m .1 tm ot .; m y ..' w iev..i.. al-w- t ((cSddd-hsn- ul i'fr Wayrr-IMano- eiu.-uut.-- ..,,,, to ,,.,,, do-fen- o.., ,. d ,. .. ms. KIESO SICK MONTHS IV 0Vd.4...4,. a Yon Be W tiatever iv I o Want To Be n-- nnth-Theotlo- ro ht forth-comin- f t y I 1 I s" threo-deckor- t rs thrce-paBseng- er ; flfshi Business I liydro-aoroplnn- t Hi en , i Unlt-nient- t m.ttttM fnmmm m- .- nmni" emmsm&SiaL, - .......a . rnM1rJ.w..-- T ,n vfitf. arnWKBW ia?itrrnAawrwy-Bm-imw- '"K?ij,!Mw'in.l .1 K. b r r r ' lL &.1 i :. ANNOUKCKMK J?TS. ory I iicters wero paradlnB to and fro past nCnUilU rflRDC U ItUiiiUtll III Mi c MndltOuTUm team n their his home on llapp street Ho went ULlllTlt.l liUlllJ HILL Aiinouiicnmcnta In this W-NOTK -- . n tunr journty Saturday night and iniediately to tho scene and dlscov- - . c i Ll... TEUIHN ALIENS HERE iimn are ciiBrgeii lioforf rnMnrch 1, end of tho LEAVE FtURUASY 13 again came oot who by that tltnoj at ih P..totfliA erctl tlio two men, jfi.OO If startml iSl.lnrnl imiMlm Hi t 'lorn to the tune or SI to 19. At ero in hiding in a hunch ot trees, thereafter, $C00. l')iiblo in IMV, he end of the Trul l.ai; tbo wore wi of tho on tho "nralrle" Just south ndvancp. " Upon seelnR Mr. ARRANGl.MKXTS MADR FOR RK- - ted. 12 to 12 nntfiittti JUiU'omill"; woumi me ui:5Aitni:n as v-.,.,-imi,,,.. I Episcopal church. two Ui",us ; lo the geod 'n.lrri Stevens,.. and observlnR that .ho .was PARTl'RK OK VOX III.R- X- 1 point pl.iy tea ' ;m4 oil tho cinlu-- j j MIFS IF WAU CO.MKS Tor ltcifnwmlttt". .. ... . w. H. mo ... end of titis to mono, mej cmergcu iroizj uicu i'ww AUSTKIANS. Wo arc nnthorled to announce Mm AND ASSISTANTS. STORl-! shot h riHlc'l bo W K S. u i;ndtdacy of 1. - KMIIIlY for th of biding and approached hlm.where- ,, tn nh. noinliiatliiu for v.o ; ittv rohIs Koptilitlcnii Tlio lino up for A.Mra i...l nu.ww all f rOvmiUnlcatiOHB tO . U.1U.I ,I1U Ijui&tcu uivui , w ..aw ww of Ohio county. Subjof. e.iver n.nn In tin1 lat uama ramblc, etc. They Hie Hartford Republican. .ctt of tueIr nglt 1. There ore tn tlio Primary Modioli, Saturday. Washington. Fob. f. (3): Honv-.- t. Washington, Feb. 5. The whole Ciriir f. (5l: told him that they wero looking for y npproxl- - Augu.t 4, 1917. In tho U'lited Stales e. 12: Plrtle. p, (1); Holcf x. i ,t certain ranch where they were to corps of German officials in tho NOTICE TO SUUSCrtiUK.ns y IIDO.OOO unnaturaliTPil in Ui l !" -- ' " " "' " rtnl.-rltlrIH Tio llopkinlllo High School team For County .Imlgp. .o employed, but Mr. Stevens in- - United States, Including Count and 1,075,000 Austrlr-IlungarIn m "fait il, J,1r- -, mui4i elif llir nl.l a We are outhorlied to aimounc thr thcra that there was no ranch ' Countcs von UernstorfT, tho em-"- n ill engago the Beaver Dam fellow .'orir.ol These are .iiid'dacy of MACK. COOK for Ik ,s iu are at. 11 aliens. l HT'I Viillt- i. this neighborhood bearing the bassy suite, and consuls from all FrUI' y night, rci'ruary 23. Thls Is i tho ."f '' " "' fc, of tills country who 1.0, 1....U-11nomiimtlou for Judu of con-osI e one of tho host Hue lor ". U '"in 1 - n mo they gave, and Invited them to parts of the country, will sail from pected to i wo. ton ul Ject to tho rules of war lu i'o County Court. Subject A- hiever staged in Heaver Dara. 01illiiif tlol itlon- - im "wr.l Februarv . o to town and Lo his "guests" New York for Germany .mnry Klcclloit. Saturday, ' tn l.-event of developments moro II?. inuii,if l!Mlriiti'f . 1 1917. until morning, when they might be 13. n "r fr.. fur cms than a break in diplomatic fibunb XiiM-ator XOTU'K. Reservations for moro than 200 pit r nble to locato themselves. The, iJrrllnn-nita'rel.-.N'l'"' "" ne. V a 0 authorized to nnnounco tht WltlMMlfHlW- - H " " ll thrnc started for town and had gone person have been engaged on the l0.VI'l" Tiii'so llguros aro bated upon tho .n m y of It. It. WF.IHHN'tl for To the Republicans of Ohio County: suddenly ur big Scandinavian liner Frederick M distntife when ,j. Hcan nomination for Judge Having been solicited ly my ' nuinlcr of unnntunllfcd .mn.lgr H VIII., leaving New ork February 13 ; irarshal discovered a uiiio County Court. Subject tho Central Towers In the Unitts 3.3. - . I , oi wia "om ' dies of his face. Witn for Christiana. Final arrnngementj friends from various ili rlinnry F.lectlon. Saturdaf. nt the time the Inst otti ml MigLtl 4, 1917. with of - county to become a candidate for tho ed States hi ufjfl presence of mind he called w;'.l bo completed ... UIU ,.,...,. I.,m cifvIko nn.1 -- v .....- - v. f thn rnnitnnv Mn!inrlilln llpIluMIcall llnivllintloll fPT JU'lgC Of ,.-,-enruj was tal.on and on tho Iniml-InM.3. rlotolu .,...... . ..... .w U.K ..!.! "SIJ ,(t.nen rmmlrlni lltl I""' i '..is opponent had time to real- -' former German consuls throughout Ohio county, I have decided to enter for 'and.i cy of It. It. MAItTIN Judge tu FKUnUAUY O kt" w VRIDAY io n ul.nt was colne on had sent a ' the country, . having turned their con- - Hie raco for tins oiiice.suujeei of . . Kp'ii .. an nomination for . comninatton oi mo recorus oi Ibo bio County Court. Subject to action of the Republican party ? hand, sulatcs over to caretakers to bo even- - ,h ,... ., tim nrim-ir.., ,. ... . .1- -.. .i ...i- - m,.. ..i ..l.Tiinn. AnciKt 1. ''o census and me immigrauoii nil the Iitn.ar) Miction, Suturday, Au . i.. , wr.111.3 u.iu dUu u ,' Wu.i.u.. ,'.....,, ine grounn uok iuiu, u are In this countrv gust 4, 1917. - iw .him - th.-r- - -nssuro went. .J ;i CNtcnt that they were verj of Swiss officials, will start for New uu.. 11 norainaicu 1 energetic juu cantime tobeon hand when theiwUl make an active, Yorkin .hi handled thereafter. Wo aro authorized to announce the birth. 1.7G3 737 of Austrian and 1 ' vnss of tho county and use Tl-desperadoes gave their names ship goes out. Hu'ngar.an birth, the total Wheat ducks at either war or cation: I Or.lble .- tneatlS tO SCCUre my .t l.n- - M. ' 1. Il..... C..n.l- .o o nnrnltoil pnn. f eace talk. dual monarchy being 2.S24.- - tlle ohlo Coullly Court Subject to his wife. I I am in favor of strict economy in for then.un f. Count von Hemrtorff. net from Tluena Vista, and Edward .. .. .. tn.. -- .. ret " iuiwii;uiiu.i hum unmii- - mu rimir IAI...H... mi,. , 1tl1T nimiuu, Stanley has called an i Massachusetts. The who 5j .in American woman, together i the management of tho affairs of tho ny Governor -since 1910 was 392.205. during county and If elected will devote my - with the secretaries and official xtra session of the Legislature for former carried a receipt for sixtythe six months ending December 31 ZTuUZnnonilc the SVo conblder nsw tax thiee dollars vorth of poultry which ants of the embassy, will leave the retire time and attention to the du- 14 to "- . hiki- - can,jldu?y of W. ('. II.AKI:.SIIII, - Capital nest Sunday night in a cur, tiisof the offlco. and will at all times V laws. We'll admit the Governor a ho suggested as being stolen proper. amo , .' -- n from Austria during the e Itopul. Uw lion. '" uporlorlty at quelling mobs but weU. They confessed that their inten-- 1 specially provided through the cour- - endeavor to make a good, faithful a"d frm """" JIJ? -have it on hl when it comes to tiens were to lure Mr. Stevens to a te,y f the State Department and and Sclent .fliel.1. I "odt your support and assist- - . B spot, bind and gss him. and rdmuatcly guarded to prevent any, electing valentines. desolate Saturday. Augu-- t 4. 1917. ... ' canvass, ana assuro jou rl in male a raid on the town. jofrr.so to the former Ambawador ,nce ' onsus ttio l to nnnounco the ,.QtQ,i i,v PrWf,!it .. ..... nrrivni in in,, nroiiminr M.U. ..u i,oi,i ' ... ..... ......... On thoir ........ ... any favors rendered me will be inalos over numoer or foreign nomir W J IU JLllUI I H"3 ,!... 1A4. J Wii ', ..... ,,.? i,is .,(!, 31 year of ate Iwrariafor the candidacy of M. P. OlU'Ml-K' TroaMy appreciated Cl?vc'.jnd, Taft end Wilson (twice) tfora ustice ChatPcld on Monday. New York the party will go direct K'otitity -- My equaled one-ha- lf cf the total for- - i.v. ui." "nil Slncerely yours, law has been pfs- - District Attorney Samuel Johnson to tiro steamer. the Court Clerk of Ohio county Subject ,elgn born population It. D. MARTIN'. Safe conducts have been request-er- o to the Primary Klectlon, Saturday. cd over the lattcr'B veto. The mcaj- - c..ig present, at which time the j N'msbIht. . -- X: Anguct i. 1917. bv the Stute Denartment of both were bound over to tho district went through both house3 Ly a Aasumlng that the number obtain- nHAVKU DAM DKI'AKTJIRXT. Great Britain and France for pas- cafe margin in spilo of President ;ourt to be held next week. For Sheriff. dwriut the Mrs. Daisy Wright has " nnturalizatiOH Feb. S fiir. Steveii3 suspscts that he has sag" through the nllled blockade.and WilEon'e objection to tho illiteracy We are authrrlied to announce th r il-- ! to Louisville to spend tho re- - Irtod since the tott ceona ' no doubt Is felt that they will iie be s,ptured two of tho criminals who for clause. The continuous flow of crnt tke buib- - candidacy of C. A. UAM'IISheriff th fctatiaticb is ,i,i.,r of i,o vinfpr of Rep"hc:n nomination for responsible for tho numerous 'accorded. Such assurances were glv- literate immigrants to this country1 Germans will he between 325. Ohi- - .'unty. Subject to tno rri Mrs. SIgsby McKenney has return- - her of ...... o......i.... a. vill now cease and it is well, for no crimes having been committed in en by the Allies in the cases of Dr. nr. 0 nftn niul ths nenbr nf -- ! . t.i -- "'"'"'" w na nnh in.l I Constant """ u Dumba. former Austr an tn io ucirou imer a snon usu .7 nc will deny that our educators Denver of late. Austria Hungariaae slightly 7 es- - 1917. relatives and frienils. Littleton may well bo proud of her Ambassador, and Captain Franz von fcave suiaclent material upon which Mrs. Lcalio l.ocli. or Lentraiv.il, Marshal and can raet assured that Papon, German military attache and We reAutliorizod to announce tha fs vork at present. guest ct her father. i:r. uco. ' caiidl4.cy of S. A. HICA'ICilhll for German naval at- tho safety of her property rests in'Ccpuln Roy-E,,"" ' . .,7,1, --ne uepum.can om.na s competent hands as Is pcslble to tache, previously recalled at the rc.Barnw. last Saturday and '.nK UR PRESIDENT. -- ..... ,i4 u, w, f.......w. I quest mb ncn I'.nininn win rv.ir:mn of thl3 Cnvernmcnt In sovcring diplomatic relations '.'tain. Ulhunlaii.. Sloyackn and on.o Primary Kleetlo... Saturday, August tho "embroidery club this afternoon. -a- -v 7iirtcy To e Kxtcndeil. srith the champion of the Central ' GormoiiB. The percenUg of Ger- - 4. Thncn nlipndfniF tlm .lance clren iMJltlR'; Everv nrecaaiton Is linlnir taken ! Powers tho President of the United 'rr.irRT pr,T,T ... ultn 1ibaa luvnmii mil "- wetK Wo bts aulUorlieil'fo announce thA WHITKSVJLLS- - GIUL to allow no. opportunity .for offense :r the uors ust .. ..... were: AiUBen nr . iA7a rnvrn ruiT riicMr n...- ikaruir w ... w. .. ..... ......a. .v ...v.. im Etatci has taken a step tovard unl-- . . .. . ... .......... i. . a. iia-a. . r. !... n... aa iiiiinBPV A r.. ,i .a.v.r., r,. at. ".. a.... in a.ii , IO flumwM oncm... anu American versel pence far greater than that for Shertfi 7XlV Anna lfem - Llene A - ihn "mo of last cen.ua la very thr-n- hant yctertay.ro' the countrv eaddressed Cocgresi i Mr. r, rarce v:.tn ho ofm,!,, county. SHbJect to the Prl - mud ,,rer than tfcAt of GWBltIiy ., hitnlou, Saturday. Auk-.- i 4. s:l,Ject several weeks ago. vc saiu. tor a buHinss U.V to Owens- - have been requested by tho State en a..i fc.im .MCKennry. aivaarB.. n.ion t'-Arronfin to --- - an'l.l - ?S.ril DfBS. .... iiuurvaa HMKn1A a ... m?... V. ICiUX.t.-; unaruc . , HaClill a ".....Ia. au ana fl.of AvnTvuy.o o c.... a... v..... u..wo vo rry iu ornana. fio enwlant rnmber iai ui- t.rernwcu, n.ei uogers. v.nar ,.- inodnr l Tint f'o!ne full t' t E11I usataliy carries wf s cr.v ?3 civf n. ba rtan oi GerB!aa blrlh reW . Per Saperintonilcnt. Orman Tuylor. Kichanl Sbel- - ?f t'.-jus-'l- ' Awbasvdor Cerard and his ulU ap.rU M-- n in '76 and rs'ss-traud in its su.rd was flip fin,-- ! o mc we 're Ohio, T. a y - !: Ti1.h.nmB.i w..o Jr. ann in lllinoU, WlsconafB, Mlwoa-- I Ne ' :.oHacy Jiutuoruci to cr o blnhAS and a at Berlin and all the .Anierlcan coanotxri-bo- d arfor by our patriot- ot C. 8.JIOHAKU far no Teec IvobIo " ' In. s: - J- ' . Mieh'irati.' ItMciiLcy, Mr. and a.r3. HcputlicnB. nomlnatloH for Suprin Tola condition vaa rotlcodjaular oificteis in Ceraany are cs- ' Is cttl .ciGhip. Ii it. mutt . be E3ii siyl'iat-k- . a ,. . T . na HTl- - Vu T AIA. . ... w. Dal,..!.. T rAt.1, rni.TlfV ,. T .1 u- - reaay.ana Jea to nero3 pectea to receive manor wwte isote; Orv aro with Klectlon I . ' wo tot-adfrom tho Gennra Government and , toward, to tho Jicid-- r. mUU. ?vo.t 4.1917. Wiaeona.H. . ' wm Anna uaraaii e..ierw.BOu . .. , , frcrt r - dof.rl tho rlshte that are; THr. Howard El.is, of Hartford, and people. As yet no word has come T- e only proteat comes from Miss Nora Taylor, of Whiteaville, from them as to evont3 in Germany Thursi'a..- evening witu took yanu OU"S, For .TRi.r. u.triann ami Hun- -' I Wt AISRAIIHm tllA p'hearu" in honor of the Senior CIaa.i. nal nttkaArlAa-that Xutioral naUanso who"beIievei wcra Quietly Earned In Owensboro or plans for departure. , , 'cROdldacy ot M. C. S'illU)AUIilt for coces by whlninc Pitifully for ' rSierday aftarnoor. After the wed-- ! . New York was selected as the sail-- J The members or tho class are:. 8ar!.an" . , 'luu , rcaco " "Bw lui , " !.,... .v. the neputiiicu aominauoii tor jrii- m.,... .... Affnni. Ruth Bmv.1 .- -,,,.m,,np , luo mj poru wr uiu usranu umu whs ii... it. ueiiancu .u. nf niiln nnniilv. Sab lectin the hrr R,nttla u,,- There msv be eome who were not Uville. They will come to Hartford today, after tentative plans had been Burke Napior, iromr uiioaus, iingePrimary Eleotloti, Saturday. Augiut , ' aftemion where thoy will j made for them to go by way of .lln Maddox. Miry Davidson, Aimai In accord with our fore'.Kn policy m? u more lenient action to at homo to their friends. Southern port to Cuba a'nd theu ' Simpson. Ethel Hajs. Uertie Ren- - i"jj.i.-v- i' in. si'is.11 uiij'. . heretofore but w ftre .un,ortj.cl to announce th" Elite Is a member of the well Spain or Italy. Uritish olBcials aro trow and La blew art; .Messrs. on the part of Mr. Wilson in too1 KCTS KPORTKI ItKCKIVED , andldacy of J. W. DUVALL for the sMuetlon would heve caused known firm of TV. B. Ellis & Bro, understood to have objected to thUJchlo Davis, Glendou Stevens, Dowey I Republican noml: ation for Jailer of en onrthnuaoo in Arlincton Cexnate- - iri Ms wct'cMrg comes as a surprise ! nronosal. adviatuK that it would bs.Hroivii and Marshall Unrnes. Oth- . ,... Votp vn-- v ip1 Ohio conntv. Subject to the Prl- 7 Foil ti wiser to 3vold passage through cne- - era receiving invitations were: ..iiiiea trade was reported to have rccrhed mery Lleclion, Saturday. Aasuat 4, was aware of what to hl3 many friends here. ry. GerxT-nhSmrv Tfl.r r.,nr PInl.c Austin. T?BV ,4,. ..... ... , . ... J ,my territory. V.w, -. ..V.- - .... vis to follow hor declarationa. o a rr- nu speciaoauoM irom uiea-- ; ... sunmanae pou y a uirenix uvou a Napier, Zilene Allen. Keener-Napier- . t miw t ta a t jxiaiumj ata ruiuioss .vy Department for the construction Wo aro authorized to annouites tin- Kflle and Eula .Mulhall, I.esa Alford, V. S. IX GKRJIAN CJ.ISTS j ., , th0 t,0. randidacy of K. K. VVMMY for lh to send to the bottom of tho sea any ' Fann ror Sale. t rlP0 net, to he n u.iiaein oor., aim I desire to sell my farm of 73iKiy aominallon For Jailer of and all Atnrrlcan vessels cnterinci of harbors against .K,JB-P'Hcdtikianf In link littti ntiU AAtmltf Addle Taylor, Altha Wil- - tootion Havana, Feb. 7. Placing In tho 'acres, located on the JTartford ami !her el'CTt'l ?ono Sl'o hnew thct 't rlnes,' Contracts for steel chains for -- Birti,. i iai7 , lone Taylor. Edna Williams. meant a severance of relations, tiao bocl - jround foj the moment the in- - McHoary public road, S mtles from . purpose had alre-'dccB 'Mttlo Porter, 3lyra Flener, Edith, situation ini Mcllenry. one mile from Hartto--l cho misjudged the court e of tee re-- tcrnational political We nro authorised to annnu ce the was said. Btda were befit; public across tho sea. The vn-- w.s Cul-a-, the breakiac off of diplomatic and Centertown Pike. Three good I'orwr. Mamie Williams and Ella for thi Ri- U was aim said, for l.Onn 'atilUii'y 0 S. A. ifbminatlon for Jailer ot niontf nf frnt tn Blcivenney; .xessrs. uitariie RfMn. U'n1' of steel for dfrl-lb- la opencu, Pu"l'l took the only course that rolatloas between the United States A,aiia nt uanpon oulu,v Su Jeot to tbc ,.niaarjr Illllaril Doss toas . fairiv ftnii hi.iHinit. eolwoll, Hamlll King, national respect permitted and now, and Germany with poslble similar r.miitf , EhvtIo". . 1317. Mulhall. Claud hangars at PenBteola. Fla. Of the Cuban Gov-o- f acres in voodlsnd. balanee clear el rear! Mll'er. Omar on the p?rt fearlessly await tho sirtaflng baek has leeome the all absorb-le- of which 80 acres Is bottom land. Slittltz, Tuel Rogers, Ilayward Plr,Ue gates of the secoad 1I25 topic here, with public opinion Will sell at a bargain. Change in tle, Aaron Ross, Charlie Watts, Rich. 'MjBJMKmnWAmnaisissi&micsia ard Soelley, Edgar Darnard, Glover v cpportlng President Wil- - occupation only reason for selling. 'I'ejr.cts to Justify hor -TayI,lrd, Martin Crowd or, J BEN L. DAVIS, cr. i - 'b.' ri '.'ming a battle for ex- - ten's aetlen. lor, Orman Taylor, David and DewBeaver Dam, R. 2 Jtt',nt' '1 it has tbo Imperial Em- - , A liigb Covernmtnt oCcial stated . Ray ey Darnes. Thompson Taylor, ... .,- ' t si flit til-- the fact that hen. to the Associated' Tress that while Fauffiit, Trank Du.nu, Cbarllo Hurt -'.o could make no prediction as to' GAS TiHIjL IS STRUCK Liege, anco "jan Li'' "or FAR.M IX SISIPSOV anil I. R. Rob.not. little the future action ot bis Government,! the Irtait or that peau-lovrn- g 0 sit- J.iri- 'ir.x cf ;'r.u:r? Teat fict has mh'h is cr.retully stui'yiug the MCRVSK 1SSUKD Franklin, Ky., FVib. i. At 'he not icin forgotten In America ami ration, ho fi It cfdain that the Unit- RBPOP.T SINCK OL'R od States would have tho support of riolcmn oil well on Ihe Pedan frm, if I r.V; be x ar it Is kood that if not nil, ijjr iu a'Mt-- wltb Htn Albcrt'a lit- - 'ci--.;where gas waalruck at a depth of J. II. Ridgeway, I.lviu, to Salllo tie eo'vit-- y uRPir.-- t Prussian inlll- - countries and that Cuba eyinpathU- - .".u leet. and where operations Iwvo J'jetn Mibpended for tho past Uw Gabbert. 1'tlen.i en ,th the United Cate3. tarlsm and barbarism. Willie Cos. Simmons, to Amand 1 The veterans of the War of hide- - neel-- on acount of weather cot.di- It - 'rue tl-- country Is not fully ac Trail, Simmons. prcparad for war hut in a business petulance havo adoptod n resolution tlons, gas appeared again Ray Stevens, Beaver Dam, to Floy like manner wo nro preparing and offering their unconditional support companied by a rumbling nolso that if the time cor-.e- for action our pres- - to President Wilson In cuse of war rim Id be heard a tiuarter of a mile Stowurt, Cromwell. Charlie C. Baxley, Hartford, R. 1, ence will, bo Known. Tho well is now 4C0 feet in If it comes to between that country and Germany. away. ' '& depth and it is thought by ex- to I.dlth E. Cooper, Hartford, R. 2. hostilities thero must bo no shirk to OHIo Petty, llorso Branch. perienced oil men that it will evenI1ILI. im; from tho new duty. Wo must ORKGO.V ANTI-JA- P HAS llKK.V WITHDRAWN tually prove a gusher or a lasting Mamie Wilson, Horso Branch. not only uphold tho firm actions of ; pas well. One thousand eight huntho President of tho United States and u. s. with moral nupport hut wo of mlllta- - j Salem, Ore., Feb. 2. Oregon's dred acres of new leases wero thin cih:i:r wii-sp.- v IN .MONTREAL BTREBTS age, bliould hi. and aro ready to anti-aliewas withdrawn week becured In the vicinity of the land bill Tf acuwer n person it g call to arms. from tho legislature here todny by well. Montreal, Feb. 3. The publica-- 'Senator George R. Wilbur, Demo- sertion In extra editions of tlio news viRorii sn:vKys, former orat. who Introduced it, because, ua IU.AVKR DAM GOAI. TOSSKRS OHIO COUNTY BOY, OX JOB 1,0 taid. he did tiot want to handicap VICTOItlKS of tho soveranco of diplomatic relaWIN UIUM-IANStates i President tions between tho United possible with Wilson Tin.-- following nrtlclo was taken Jupnneso complications Tho West Kentucky Seminary has and Germany Caused tremendous durlug the Vni Lull tn.,111 from a Llttloton, Colorado, paper: Send for today. lie. eated thn Liver. ! excitement here, Tho btrccts In the prosent international crisis. ncA-ireBell TeleOur popular ranrshal, Virgil Stev- moro High School team on tho lat-- 1 business section ot tho city wero Manager, ' g expe- - $UX. M. had anaber rapidly Jammed with thousands of ms. lor 1 court Friday night by tho score J. TICUKNOR buy papers, to ricr.ee about one o'clock last Sunday PNEUMONIA VICTIM of 10 to 15. The game was fast and men struggling FARMERS' LINE DEPARTMENT Tnorn'.rg and. us is his unfailing custhe bulletin boards attracted uncertainty of tbo whilo , furious und tho ......... . .. .. .1 a -- a - .. . an....i,r,la It n f .,.uv. ........, tom, came out victorious. Everything uign uui"- - ""a 1ilnnl.vl trafflf ai, j. iicnenor, nBOO it, uiea ' ouieomo kojii uiiurusi. ui a ,.!. irs. was "i'.'tt .long the PlatU" and the at tlie homo of her foil Everett TloU. pitch. The lino up and luttivldu l Obeeni for PrcaUlcut Wilson and majority of our citizeni were tucked onor, near Centortowii, on tho Gth'ncorlug follows: l.lvermore Mor- - the United States wero given at in their beds, 1'Ule; dreaming last., after a short attaek (if bron- - ton, f. (4); Halloy, t. (2); Owen, c. 'tervaja by the crowlu.v rf try Ui'rtfil'J Oilltt. r.! Sh'ium. r. Het-vr ll taelr irldst. thlal BHaumonW. nnc'ol lnn!i nln.,. &' ' t tbo tlmr stfitcl, Mr. w Walton wbe-- . a B..rues,f. (S) Render, f. (4); Creek thwrcU brial ti IMCOKPORATCO. a telepbone mes- - gronada se the Mb. tttevt-nPfMrr, . Hod, f. (3; Iter- FtETCJiElTS FA -w W is r.nrvlvod by from Fmj.ett S'epki.u'-n- . ehllP " ased UP IJOX 119. f)Wi'.NS!.',,.0. KY. I I V (''U htl t 1" r i' lit t ' ii ii iut: .i Hartford Repuolican. Ib'-Mo- a ir I ":,,,;; 1 ! . i I I- ,l,. llepm-scntntiv- c I 1 ln.. wj to-da- Ger-,iM-ss- . -i I.Mi-n- rosl-iuiit1 s lr ts i j 1 -. . i . f SUf ,... ; i - -- , !.-- - ""' .... ie ... ,L..... e . -- wr.w. v "". 1 o,0or "'"s "' r..r.:. "."" 1 """ M r.-.- ZnJtlTiXt --ait'-or?ri- ry j ". , ''' i"8,,' SS 'e"'..! V KSn. ii., ..- , ir v-.j . 1 t j tPr pr ;- -e "! ; a , , d, I". - ;" '""' 7" -.- ... " c J A -' - ! ix.. , sTTTr o ... rt- a t. . e ". ,.,., .. .., far-awa- - ... mr a " .j.. Sbftau. nr' ,.. - I rA-.m.c,-.a- wa -- - -- ! 'rl. anr-.unr- c-- Yn-.tic- !,.. vl .... ..... ! '"8 umJi .. "" .... ... ... luy. ..... -- 1 .. " "riS.rT 1 fl aA i-- ...,. A- ',,, I nt , ..,,,.. ..... '""" .. , , ( .- tT i I ". ," I , ( , a.i ! ,,, ciiani-i""ctr.e- nt v. :dy -- d :tf a A Latin-Auierlc- , e s s Postal Brings TMs Book cn st n It is free it tells how you J local and long distance telephone vice in your home at very small cost. phone have it hair-raibln- or Write -. 1 J in-ci- ly Cumberiaisd Telephone '' i "- ? r"'-Vve- tn , (l); OhildxeB. Ory ami Telegraph Company I I ( 1 CAS O Fi A -- .tt.. a. ..-- ,n!t " t '"f 'n"1' "f ni'M'a-- 1 r i"it rsapff-gyy- e W aAW1S0 ncrns. 1U presiding, and Juetlces, S. W. Leach, miles cast of Hartford, ilivldcil by I Ed Hbown. II. F. Rico, 8. L. Fulkcr- -' n son, Wlnson .Smith and W. S. Dean CO acreo good &. N. Railroad. bind, 100 acres cleared. Good present, 11. W. Taylor was absent on If account of sickness and R. C. Tlcn- water mipply. Will noil one-hndcfllrcii. Excellent title find prlt-- Is cnor on account of tho death of his ' right. Location could hardly be bet- mother. County Attorney, A. D. tor. Apply to L. I. Foreman, Hart- Kirk was with tho court ns advisor 22tf and W. U. lilonkenshlp as clerk. A ford, Ky. number of minor claims were passed ' Mr. a. aTloo, of Route 1, thld upon but no business of very great week nnnounccs IiIb candidacy for tin? Importance was transacted. Owing Republican nomination for Jailer of to tho nhsence of Sheriff 3. O. Kcown, Ohio county. Mr. I,eo Is a success- who waa forced to mako a trip to Repub? ful farmer and a Texus for tho return of' a prisoner, lican. Ho Ih well qualified for tho was mentioned last week, tho position ho seeks and If nominated is otirt could not make a final settleand elected will mako tho county an ment o with tho Sheriff for tho 19 IC excellent olllclal. Mr. Leo baa never ouuty tuxes, therefore tho court nd-o- u asked for a favor from tho voters of rued to meat on February 14th. tho county baforo and feels that ho 100-lb- s. Kino Granulated (Jano Sugar $7.40 deserves consideration from his parFor Sale. ty upon this occasion. lui-lb- s. Kino Granulated (Juno Sugar . . 1.00 ' 12 head of yearling steers for sale In tho cnnounccmcnt column this P. H. HOOD, . 9.80 ; 05 1 Barrel Good "Flour week appears tho name of Mr. Elmer I2t2-- p Ueda, Ky. B. Tinsley, of Routo 3. who asks the I 50-l- b. can best Hog Lard . 0.25 . voters of the Republican party to IISS CELIA RICIIKSON 10 lb?, best 25o Bulk Coffee . 2.(0 no.nlnnto him lor tlio oflle o Jailer 1)1 KS OK PNEUMONIA of Ohio county. Mr. Tinsley Is tho possessor of a largo acquaintance In Everything in our entire line will be offered at Mies Cella Richcson, aged 20 years, this county and Is considered ft toil from an attack of pneumonia very low price. Don't forget tbeee specials, ae strong contendar for tho nomination t tho homo of her mother, Mrs. Ho Is a farmer and a good mixer Ilzahc'h Richcson, near Duford, on they are going to some one at tbese low prices. who, If nominated and elected, wl'l irt Wednesday. which ho aspires fill tho position to Fttncrnl services wcro conducted two Wc have on hand to-da- y to tho best Interests of all. y Rov. Ftiqua at Jit. Carmol church, ter which tho remains wcro burled A letter was received yesterday by y tho Lmllcs ot tho Woodman Clr-l-- 2c Mrs. W. II. Rhoads requesting that of which tho deceased wan a she come to Lexington where her son, Wilbur, who la a student at thv. namber. ... . University of Kentucky, Is seriousft ENTHUSIASTS B Mr. .MUIHiKVGFKft trouble. ly ill of. Intestinal ! YlA V TO ATTEND ROAD MEETING Rhoads Is noy In a Lexington hospi&2 Jw C A J& 5s tal and attending physicians ray he Judge T. J. SjiarU. S. J. Gtsh rrd m trust remain thrrc rcver.-.- ! dr.ys m umRTOaauixTSKatsgs-v- r iRinL'MflftnniMtic undertaking tho journey home. n W Vil-- . of Greenville and Cen--'- 1 City, will attend the road mecf- - tt likely that he wilt be fot-It Is Quito t ) in the court house af ' (o p to dlsrnntlnun bis studies Indefi The .."..rtfor.I Saturday afternoon. Rhoads le.t ycsteni.-.- y nitely. Mrs. j y cowami . to. .yc.3 ;" 'jo aiccllns !s to oui'.iir afternoon fur Lexington. cv (i.in-ijr- n lor securing the Paducah- O. McKlnncy, president of Dr. J. highway for thl3 sec- D tho Ohio County Good Roads Asso. called a meeting of th" ciation has 0$ All Interested In gcod roads are citrons of the county Saturday afTed to attoiul thl3 meeting and ternoon at 1 o'clock. Chances of 'lrue not Interested arc requested to blinking tho I'aducah-to-Ashlan- d lb and bo amoitn ecomo Interested J ? highway through Ohio county will bo hoso Saturday afternoon at discussed and some kind of action I o'clock. taken. It is very urgent that this , -omeeting lio well attondod as Impor i'M O'iJIHKN'S TilKK Lpows Gorimintl-Foi- d tant problems will como up. Ohio Comi nny" jj, KXDKI) 1JV PNEUMONIA , Evenlf-d. f co:i.ty has nn opportunity. "Will ICv-iyiiy it y'tul to know tliey areecniing Everj'- : o act? K so It must ba now, ba-o- io Ed C'Brlon, tondcr at Rough Rlv- Every minute of tho ft tiling lliey 1 avo is'firssl-claM- ?. it Is too late. Coiue to the loe!.s, died on last Sunday nisht i- nurt hous-- EatarCsy afternoon at o Mr. i an attack of pneumonia. l'.l'efl with the cie:iin ot" enteittiiomeut. Mine one o'clock. varit'ii wjs near 40 years ot ar?e V. You'll il if you mi.-.- s tiry one of these 19 t:Ml-ircA wire lias been received by the tnd leaves a wire and two sm?pi M"000-WX'H&Don't let j our wife, or sweetheart, . For several year Mr. O'llrien in charge of tho K. ot 1 i i.tcrWtment fron the management iad i In charge bf. the Rouj.h eliil'lren m'fca any one of thein. or winoperator of the local ' saying iHver hcks. Burial servicea i of the Wales Entertainer TcIehoo company e- - that they wriM bo nnab'e to fill an oiH'-t- ed by Iifvergreon Cmp No. c - ct r r" cv- - " nr r e r cs n r r rv -- r r -- - r. r .frtfif?- rrve& -.Lflvod a warnliiR yesterday after- V1VV Vfe"3V hero Thursday, night, ,U9. 7. O. Wr., at Elaasaat Hill hnTlal nijwuf O njen that snow would fall last night KJOlKUAin FRIDAY.. February IE, awl 'FUggarttrft Februa-!r- v grounds. vussxen ivnavuKxanvt ouiia.n by a blizzard lollov.cd It. ,Tbc latter da'o lmJ been ac- blockado at, or near tho mouth, ot e ' l'!FIAT Ql and Ved- 2V.IKKKL OVKR. A C01V iS. II. tf ST. L. It. K. TUIK T.i;j.B. Lodge, Knlghla of eoptcd by the coa-ittTho nartford ti Muddy. They already have, their U HAS I'ATAL RESULTS nr n9 ff "lay tver.cf; ai coi rr, nail tno n.o n m. ' t'vili.nn. . mimr No. 113 lltlO at Klimtica guns and ammunition hoesand picks (Uy Fluke McFluke.) No. 110 due at Kllwltch 7:C0 a. in. Vi ,, Kntertalnoro at r0l!oo Hall people oC Hartford will bo treated for digging in, also a flno Collection 'Ky., .. Fob. 11. Till LCtchnolu, n nn n m -- m..v mt niir imr Class cnt Mn-3:40 p. m. a. ti ...... wiifiiipsiiav oveniii. No. 112 l.v. Kiinuicn ncKeis of cholco fishing poles, all ( bundled yer.ra old, vas shot ilurr, forty-thre- e "In Hartford Tick r,:35 p. m. ,.i, ni int. Ohio Gnuntv Druir Com- - montu over given Ar. Irvlngtou up for will go on salo at the OhIovCoun- - and luotnntly killed Inst night at r,:D0 p.m. winy aitor 0 o'clock Saturday ntoru-'ot- a great day for Yes, and packed by' immetUato uso. Last Sunday was one Lv. Irvlngton they swear every tiling good thla rouutv, by Paul Car-is- r. high skirts, and nearly every man's uonmany tiaiurur.y muriuus I'arcj-ville- , ,., ty UniK ?:40 p. in. Ar. Louisville and bad, that not oven a slnglo Gertimes, the IIuS was shot throe let nine o'clock 8:35 a. lit. ejea you looked into wero filled 'with man carp shall escape' or pas3 that No. 111 Lv. Louisville SMtpt. SilUHS recetveu inner yeihr.ti lading effect in tho breast, roars ot somo sort. 10:0G a. m. Ar. Irvlngton A. Bollanty, of near Dean Mr. J. ' way "unchallenged.. y aftornoon stating that tho pay - raouhlcr end lag. Ho did not speak 10:10 a. in. trdi Lv. Irvlngton for tho teaohors ot Ohio county- field, this wook. anouncc Ins cnii- nft being shot and lived only a f 1:01 p. iu. Fast Disappearing. Ar. Rllmltoh . onlti not bo here Saturday as beforo d!dcey for the Republican nbmlonUon Al'says. Hog Ca3etler is. tho only 20 years hence and good old fashm., h. .'i :. n. n. ti.mi: t.vislu, annouueod. will probably bo ten or the offlco of Judge of tho Ohio It It la mid tho men had had a ioned Kentucky Burbon will be as able bodied, ainslo man In or around - Court. Mr. Dellamy Is a Boutb Uound, N'O. 113 or two wtcks before the money i'oi:ntthis hnnilet who has an acceptable aboit a cow sometime 8:55 a, m. uajs scarco and hard to ilnd as a Mound man of mature ano and. Rood judg 'lifluto Pue at Hertford arrives. Said and that when thev met - In Builder of 20 Centuries in tho re- oxcuso for not going to war. North Rocnd, No. 1 1 mont. . He v taught in th "public excuso being that ho foolishly, exKvery citizen of Ohio eouitty who Fohools 'of tho county in oarly llllo, Oerry villa last (nlght tho quarrel verse dlstanco now is. r : 5 5 P m.. Duat Hartford hausted his cupply of ammunition was rauewod. Huff lived In Caney-rii- 'i ovmi aspires to bo progrosslvo should, i ho no has always been ldentiflc.l (l.th "Mixed Trams.) In front of Al's homo Just after tho ? ana Carter about two miles meeting If possible, attend tho mass Lav,. Law-sothe most what do wo caro last olection waa wi'.h farminj:, belnR one of docided. In othci tu to,wn. court houso Saturday after- successful larmora within the whole at tho about a tiny littlo leak, when tho Carter waB arrested and brought whole durncd bottom has beon sub- words ho'3 got no oil in his lamp. noon for the purpoao of taking steps rounty, a.s well as an excellent Usl be.- - today by Deputy Sheriff Robert to recuro tho Paducau-to-Asnian- u marined out'en this peace noto busncas men. Ho is an energetic, eaa B'Mid Notice. and placed iu Jail. county. Personal News highway for this iness. .. lio appRcant,for the position which Notliols hereby given that I witl Much damago was done in Hart-."o- lie rerka p.nd if nominated and elect BKCENT RXAMlNATIONfl have my papera before tho Board ot and Social Events. $ ly tue recont cold spall, the ci. the county Is assured of a filth Frits Lauterwaiser say3, says he, Prison Commissionera April 3, 1017. PROUUCK afANY VAILUnnS hav-JiiV ful servant. If you'vo got a half a minutes timo Charged with confederation. .:ior pipes in many residences ,'v.'O!.M'fr4-')0- 'It is a Mr. It. C: Martin announces thla Of the 97 who presented thom-tcl- you can spare for about 10 or 15 froson and burstod. FEEGH MORRIS, mi?hty bad wind that blows no gold week as a candidate for tho Ranub- minutes I'd liko to talk to you a llt- lt-- p as appliirnts in the roccut Eddyvillc, Ky. Jud:-- - W. H. Harnes waa In Owoit3The pltitnbora have .I.'aw nomination for Jtnle of the dust, howovor. sbhool diplo- tlo whilo. for comn-oon logai ihihiuvm. boro Wednesday had good work for tho last few days. Ohio Count Court. In view of Mr. mas, US failed to mako the required CITY INTERVENES, ICNDINQ Tho More, Tho Hotter. STRIKE OP COA.L 3IINER h. O. Known Is.e?poctod to MartliTa prominence in Ohio county .vuiM, ueccssiry to pass. Miss Heltiii Uoufrow, of Llvormore, , Sheriff . I guess that we'll all continue to' with her aunt, return early this irornliiK from Tcx-a- a politics in the pait wo feel that he spont tho week-en- d Fordsvtlle there were 2o appll-- c. Henderson, Ky., Feb. C. nt.-anfi failures. The At Magan. 5 l.o pleased when we get news of, Mrs. S. J. WeddliiR. with W. O. ReynoldiJ, who is urot1 no introduction to the voter of this soctlon. Ho lies served ns out of 12 fulled; at Doaver Dam, S more German dies on tho way to this strike of miners at tho People's mine Wagon, team and Harness. wanted In this county for seduction. For S.ile was settled last night by tho Cham12 country. ot Harttord rhoi-If- t and pos.t master at Hartford, Write KCK HUDSON, 4!I0 Linden T o Sheriff also visited tho In Texas, filling oth places In a dignified and out o 21 failed and at Hartford, ber of Comniprco and Mayor John28 failed. out 32tf aoldlcra on tho border whllo Steubeiivlllo, OhIo. , Ave., Parson Napier separated himself son, nctlug on behalt of tho city. Tho creditable manner. Ho was born and Jlfty per cent of tho failures or being a son Mrs, Clarence Walker, of Louis- his raised near Cromwell coming to moro wcro duo entirely to tho ex- from cno of the very best sermons miners will co back to work In the local company. ville, arrived Monday for an extendmorning. Tho city hao agreed Hartford vrhon ho was elected shor-l- lf tremely low grade mado in spelling, wo'vo hoar In n long, long time, at Plows! Spring will soon bo here ed visit with Mr. and Mrs. A. W. sovcral years ago. Ho Is well which goe3 to show that wo aro woo-ful- tho Methodist church here last Sun- to furnish powder and fuse at cost. Plows (Htallfled and you will need them. Logan. for tho ilosltlon to which Tho operators agreed to reinstate deficient lu tho main plank or day morning. cent since Mr. Fred" liobertson, of Owena- havo advanced 20 per ho aspires and If nominated expects foundation of our educational four mliicrs who wero discharged with his last year, but wo sell thorn at tho oldj to como under the wire an easy win40 years from now, champion, com- when tho strike was called, lioro, spent the week-en- d hut the munity Hara will bo retrospectively would not ngreo to furnish powder tmrmitH. Mr. tiiid Mrs. J. W. Rob- Inst year price. Anyuune in ner lu. November. we havo. Farm Implement lino roferrlng to great things that hap- at less than ?2 a keg and fuso at ortsou. A tl"!;ramfrorit tho Mexican borHack To Indian IHIgns. S. L. KING & CO., In pened back In this, the year In which less than $1 a hundred feet The Turloy ainl little eon, ot Now 'York, Fob. C DIfflculty brings tho rogrotted newe of der Mrs. Ned Hartford, Ky. Tur-Joy'- B Greenville, are. visiting Mrs. tho serious Hint ot 1st Sergt. W. C. ohtulnlng now patterns fpr dress wo whipped Germany, slnglo handed, city will purchase powder' and- fus Ilrlng your laundry to tho Queen's LUob, or II company. Sergt. Lllc3 fabrics and other textiles from abroad or, porhnps, tho winter In which wo on tho open market Mr. and Mrs. A. J. parents, Tho situation horo had become Rostnuraut, agents for tho White contracted pneumonia several days has caused designers from all parts bod that ar' bllzzardly Sunday, long Williams. despcrato, less than two cars of coal ago and It seems thut army physi- or tho United States to avail them- orbout tho fust of February. II." lllley return-e- d Swann Laundry, oi Hvansvlllo. Mr. and MrST W. See Tho Mistake? being In tho city last night. guaranteed. Laundry cull- cians entertain but llttlo hopo for selves of tho ntorgi of American to Union City, Tcnn., yesterday Not long since, one of Hartford's m i with rela ed for Monday mornings. Special his recovery. Ho has been a mem- prlraltlvo and Indian art In tho Amer after an extended visit 30tt ber of tho company over since Its or- ican Museum ot National History aristocratic financiers ordered a ono IRON' CROSS AWARDED attention to rural customers. Uvea hero. COUNT VO HKRNSTOItl-'Tor Sale House and lot In Hart- ganization and Is voiy popular with here, tho trustees nnounced today. gallon demijohn of white corn whis' Soverul "Hartford Republicans ex- ford. Cheap at J3C0. Apply at this many friends Manufacturers of pottery and of va key and tho dispenser of corked, but the militiamen. Ills liaiiouct pect to attend tho Lincoln Lpndon, Feb. C. Count von Dern-slorf- f, 13tr hero aro shocked af tho news of his rious other wares also are sending bottled out of bond, Joy, sent tho 'ifllco. Loudismissed Gorman Ambassa'to ho given ut tho Scelbach In hope tint their cxpcrtB to tho musoum for customer ono gallon ot white, corn 'oadltlon and earnestly MlnsUernlco May. who Is studying isville Monday night. dor to tho United States, lips been whiskey. will o as suoeo.sf.tl In his bat-di- ldons. IC here under Mr granted tbo Iron Cross with the For fancy cured moats. igu" ....l te In consoquonco of tho Kuropoan . .. Reived word yst .1 tl -- Uh the ma a, !" ' White Ribbon by tho Gorman Em- mo very Ready For Duty. inrocurUH uml was tho Institution plana to broaden "",: 'UT'on all af hlfl undertaking rlV-hon- e If the worst cilwoa to the worst, goror, according to an Amsterdam beef out to your notion, bo to cnnntry wide mission of aiding tlia WM 8 Ule8rft ; aunt Market. Uta. industrial, civil and urtUtla life o( said we have real war with th Teu- dispatch to the Kxcfcauge Taloa-rap.1 -- -- dea -"quoting from (il-.Condlt. ohairina i or mo " bettor. t u. iimrvu nttl Btatci, it wr annwae), tons, !iab Walker, John Glenn and Company,headquarters." ropart aooora- bo pm- - ad taken a turn for ths .. Carman in Ohto aim Nay loft yeiaay Tai jlUKnes ana ymu County riawU Oqwrt sot nd Is ruMiiNsM and rweaiohM will WtlbKfU Tlaniey have moat solswaly Tha OMo hot-'tor- .4,4.., .. ATTENTIUN. lf il r Acton Bro SPECIAL TJ. ' . fa MR. FAR Do life-lorn- CASH you expeect to raise bacco this season? If yoii do, take a word of admonition from us. Buy your tobacco canvass at The quantity is small, and once the price, on account of high cot ton, is soaring. grades: February 9 and !; i Ohio River B. Grade, . 2 c, : Ohio Riyer C. Grade, . . 3c : : The quantity is limited; and future prices are sure to be high. BUY NOW, bxT bc-To- a WkT BZ el V Cpera Sioisse, leaver GORMAND-FOR- D&.m, Ky. it pays to andremember that trade with a house that .lt i j-- t L-n- CO. 1 saves yov money. ONE WEEK CoiHuieiicing; b Monday; Feb. 12 s v !.,." A'4M''W, 4- n. e pntit ;auo - b-)- H araord KepuUuca.;CiiiiUrtn I. i ' o li VVVVVVVVVVVVUft.W to-da- y. iu , - bo-to- re, out-oid- n, tW'!4''M'5'$:v t nl K L n A-- 1 of-flt- or ly ... i"""" oi .ni. ,""7uTL 1!"" Yw?''' oe 2 " lAtttt WhlitailWt "'T It-- j i farm jew. .sV i-- : 3. ., r riv- r If It1 is V 1 t i 4 ili'i ii H many nobis proauco .;& iiUBiieis or loturlo ItritiK 98,l7.t. w . j more to tho ncro. Law Attorney Climate plays an Important part In . Xow York Ki,,, 3 AJ anc,out $80,000,000 U 1004 to about ?282.- - yields and the oil content of theawd. , l'OTtlllty. Fc-KY. ,,, for $3iB00 , th, 1(l9l And ilAK'lKUUL'. Food, tir!'ciiiTi'vnt'v.T ..Mn,inn. n r.. Pooil. food. ,000.000 iii 101!.. In tho same time Considerable differences occur In the fomIo!! of tho sale of tho Thomas IJ. Will practice hxt ii.titVfMlei In IhU by o), road work donu 'oiaviutsrtt.i contenl of soy ocana grown i ,if. Clarke collection at the American And fortuity aro Iko foundation or the valii' of tlio nnd aiUolnJiig i'mnai farming, according to ''-- I'nlt- - statute mid convict labor decreased , fcmlt iocailtk,3. T1,e same variety Hi"cnlir. and Crluilii.il Pmcio .M.iciiilimi galleries, tho highest Tom $20,000,000 to $15,000,000. Jgrown in Mississippi and Ohio, fo.- price ,fd gUtoa Department of Agriculture. of tho day. A. W. Habr, an confldcntally look for a. con- - ex(upl0i ylcucj respectively C,. A circular sent to farmers, bankers, Wo may ItLOrAMERKtil T tv.iii:.srniTio.N Ill nn?, .VlAlfHK nrrl on Kar Eastern nrt, was th i y lliirttnrd, H3. per cent and 1 7 fi per.cont of oil. Tin-- I purchaser. Criiiiilt, Ky business mon in cotton territory United JiiLreiwc In tho amount for a In a city htr good hotels tho Chiof of ttao OITlco of Exten- - ponded on tho roads, and also du- soy bean lomls itself readily to Im-- 1 Tlio vaso, No. C97 In tho catalog JTRATT0N & MARTIN nradual 'provement by limiting, and expivl-- 1 tb4ui,ktae Ponhaun hetCs Ui don Work In tho South says: "Let gradua- l- .in all too d was n largo Inverted Jar Lit. Attornoyt ul Liiw clino In the old "free labor" work on meats indicate the possibility of se- - In os feed tho people, feed tlio llvo It U firtt In the hurt cf Its a soft cream-colore- d glaze, in curing varieties of high oil content which a bold flguro decoration counuyuirn. CROMWELL, - KY. Hock, and feed tho soil. When ho tho roads In Tho Important question Is, Have by selection. Will jiracllte their prufwudon Ju tW hare dono those three things, then and light green bad been I brown provisions keen made for urn) Collcctloua. dJolnliiK couutlcH. such acrcaco in money crops adequate jIhj painted. Tabbngh llrotlicrs gave $1,- -' the expenditure of this vast sum of hlivo tho labor to tend." iinui.urciul uud tiiiuliml i'ructice a. unions Attack. L'OO No. 700, a Sixteenth Centu- -' for advantago? j uud ylKtroi I'iXMiiitt dieclult When ou havo a covers hendachr, ry Persian bottlo decorated with lusTho circular points out- - that tho money to tho best Tho next Important question is. accompanied to the farmer Kurvlcc Notary in office by a coited tongue, ter and Miss It II Lorenz, agent, t tree valuo of cotton proper provisions been made loathing la to a groat oxtent tho amount of Havo of food, constipation, torpid paid $1,3.10 for No. 701, a second I nn,i f,.o.i th t li vill :hase. for keeping the roads Improved at liver, vomiting ot partly digosud I I'orxlnn bottlo of tho Sixteenth Con- tho Tho prlco of cotton has risen, it U Croat expense In good order after ?l, ex. food and then bile, vru may know tury that came from tho TayloK col- The rowlutan it them? excel tlutirr, 3i5 te'fi:l fatie, hut so has the ratall price of construction crow leaves that you have a Hovero bilious at- lection of London. , At. ma lent locaiirn on P, AGrlculturist. .cnur, IHth and ' .liiuar-Irall other farm produce. "By grow Southern irrrtt, tack. While oti may be quite sick I KoiichnkJI Frercs bought No. G43, Drtm, Ky. n drsirib' rrkritcrit britls! Ing all cotton," says tho author, "and thcro . Is much consolation In know- - an Inverted poar-shap- e tourist vase of Ninth cci .. 'ols and Tho Say re.ni. .ii(ie, convtniiont, exchanging It for a living you aro ing mat roller ma i,o nan ny tau- - jiCntury nnkka workmanship, for $2.- -' Highway and illr. nrod- Tho soy bean, which has reached Ing three of Chnraliurlain'a Tablets. ri00; .Mr Kevorltlnn gave simply swapping a hlgh-pri'- f' Tic I'owbvtan atlracts the $l,7r, for I lmpor-prc-dnd Design. ptv)l. cl rvluitc and clncattsn. a place of unusual e uct by your labor for a They are prompt and effectual. Ob- - No firi a jvrhinn uster bottlo of the lit ittnjr to hiatc. War and produced by tho labor of tho tanco In Asia and Europe as a mater-oth- tainable everywhere. m Sixteenth Century, and Otto Hornet, Natv Urru'rtinnts, alto to man? ,jmis tt hittonc--l irirreit, cattle fellow. When you follow safo ial from which foo istufTs, agent, paid $2,100 for No. 610, a make tins Inlet .,... , , .... , farming, howevor, you produce your fed, fertilizer, and oil sultablo for to a discriminating pubi8.(iiio,oin) mi:n" Kiuijui.ir ivuiwwi jar ui uiu .iiiiiii lic own food and feed at cost and sell n variety of uses may bo manufnetur- Century. The I'owlut.1,1 rli reomi year' cotton for tho other fellow's ed, should become Increasingly Im ' ntli drtachrd ln'i 5I.!0, Tho total for the session was $47,- -' ft (in- ard tl CO bath. i'ji Ko. " both Available I'or Milit.iry Service If t's portant In the United States to dollar." 52.50. Jw vale 472.B0. and the grand total for the Absolutely .'eco.nry. i 8afo farming Is defined In tho cir- farmers and manufacturers. While V.'rile for bo.1 ' collection was $S9,473. grown throughout tho bean may bo cular as Including these Items: iikatkk dam, ky. CLl'FOr' i New York, Feb. G. In a serlona 1. A homo garden for every fam tho humid and scmihumid sections h to of tho South and In the southern por- - emergency nearly 18,000,000 men ily on tho farm, from Ofllce Jiuuc Tiulor's I.lvcry llnrn. (IOOO m acre, well located, well tlon of tho corn belt, it thrives aro available for military service in and tended as carefully as peclally well in the cotton growing the United States.accordlug to an I any other crop onjhe farm, planted regions. For this reason, according timato made by tho executive comSecured or Your Money fiar.lt vegetable to a recent publication of the United mittee of Mayor Mitchel on national H if:voti tnKf tbfi Dtarhon Trnlriim?. tL- In rotation to time the i inuniDi; liiMMiMiiMMi V, U U. i fV M R$k6 ti i crops so as to havo a continual sup- - states Department of Agriculture, defense. Thero are now physical! ' enn tnko ft aCenllegr or I - I n lr.ior to - c i 5.ftf u n ci rtTi L, it. r'i' family tablo as many Department Bulletin 439, it offer.; fit for scrvico in the field, it was fai ply for tho BtKiiiSSifiSKa Jj "J To an excellent I" .1 I T Ml IJU if J til opportunity to cotton 10, 5371,940 men between the ages .f days In the year as possible .. 1.1 JUL 3 1. Vou.u PATTKTH ot planter for adjusting his farm plans IS and 45 jcars 1'pon the basis of THAT PAV,nm.!l.r, L.ru uj. .t wir ; this should bo added I to vc fllnsCC llH ctunl experienco of other countries an aero of potatoes, cither Irish or to offset tho damage to cotton Sklir itr (t i riiti h for FHCC 1"lt en tatr.uMii: r zi j n inwu. We Knock the Spots Out of Things i njR. v. here as food dieted by tho boll weevil. On n ihtar universal service or both, to be used rorfrrucjj p5smai" H:rtFCH-t- 5 - , inlti,!, Ik k j il the family. other hand, since a valuable oil miv prevails tho committee lias calculat- - T D03-30I Sovonth Rtroot, S cMlQ S 2. Enough corn on each farm to ho prosed from the beans in cotton-la- st d that out of 900,000 men annual-- , wHaniwcTON, D. C. ll y reaching military ago in tho Unit-mills, and since tho family and tho llvo stock for seed-o- il .one year, with a little excess for activities tend to lessen cottonseed ed States 090,000 aro fit for milltu- -' production, the growing of soy beans y service, according to the French French Dry Cleaned and afety. Tressed In l, 3. Sufficient oats and other small in the South should greatly interest standard ot 1S10, and 459,000 ac Superior Manner. grain to supplement tho com as food the owners of oil mills. The produc .ordlne to the German standard of Sfnd ns your Garments and Have Hn3IJr4niiatit"jV'lNala)cC for one year with certainty. These ilon of soy beans In considerable tLat year. 11 17 Them MSKSm. WILL YOU mall grains conserve the soil in quantities may, in fact, be needed in The committee in estimating the1 llvo some seasons to keep the expensive nation's resources in men between jwlntcr and provide summer for KsK nop rpnl rtn.. hnn.1r.1 CLEAiNED CLEAN irtock. equipment of the mills operating pro- - IS and 45 ycarr. available for mlllti-r- y W. value. Special work for 4. Hay and forago crops to sup- - fitably. service after reductions for "morTuckases called for and delivered o. w. ply tho llvo stock on tho farm for From the farmer's point of view bidity," physical defects, industrial1 Uct53L W. K. BTEVEN3. fann-.hs- i, one year, with a llttlo excess for safe- the existonco of tho many oil mills Tecessitics and dependency of THE ELITE PRESSING CLUB A Trtaininl ty. Tho legumes, which add fertili- In the South and the probability that places fN number .it 4,77i.,u o A. Ivn Nail, Prop. (Of sBaillllHEr Vm WEAK ItenrescnttalR Continental ty to tho soil and produce tho best by furnishing a demand for soy beans rSBaTftPKNjjftr Oj LUNGS or Marblev& Granite Co. IIAinTOKl, KKNTUCK . hay, should not be forgotten. tbeso concerns will make the legume $100 Reward, $100 ' 5. The necessary meat, eggs, and n fmiortant cash crop should greatThe readers of this paper will be CONSUMPTION pleaied to learn that tlicru ii at least otiu milk for the family. Tho meat ly facilitate the introduction of the dreaded disease that science has been .'.'.".',f:.r.:zs" able to euro In alt Its stages, ar.d that l at- - i e" 'iroc i'.t on a commercial scale should be procured by Increased Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the only, tk? xvr ir j i A nulck irlief for Ibvt l.rcJ rundov.n ircllna. tentlon to poultry and hogs because s0y Icana should bo ot additional positive euro now known to the medla.l j fraternity. Catarrh belns a constitutional ! 'rouchi. piln In chrl. nlcht rweaU. hrmnr of the rapidity with which these can intpret to farmois, since, ns in the disease, requires a constitutional treat- !! ihitr. vrjk lunt or crnminpllon. II It il :r.--w Every family should case of other legumes, their culture ment. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken In be produced. not bi!p yon it coali you nothing. t ternally. actlnK directly upon the blood have at least two cows, so that one n "roves tho soil. If a sustained de- and mucous surfaces of the system, thereUI,VUU OHIO MEDICAL CO. SSiK?M?S by destroying the foundation of the disA mand for them can bo in mill; all tho time. can be built up, ease, and giving the patient strength by i Ktfty-fiv- e typewriters and assisting sufficient number of brood sows therefore, soy beans can bo Intro- - buildingInup the constitutionThe proprietors 11 doing Its work. nature explained hy Moving Pici should be kept to produce the pork dticed advantageously Into a rotation have so much faith in Its curative powFOR PERSONAL HYGIENE ture machine. Seven big Dethey offer One Hundred . .,1 . Diisolved In water for douche atop? for the family, with some excess for with cotton, furnishing at tho same ers that case that It falls to cure.Dollars Send for any partments Hhorthand, BookpeWic catarrh, ulceration and inflamBale. The average number of poul- time a second important cash prod- for list of testimonials. Addrtta: F. J. CHENEY A CO.. Toledo. O. keeping. Telegraphy, Stenotypy, mation. Recommended by Ljdia E. Inby all Drucgliti. 76c. Fold try per farm should be gradually crop. uct and a Pinkham Med. Co. for tea year. Music, Primary Normal. ExTk Uall'a Family Pill for cooitlpiUoo. creased to at least CO. There should Tho recognition of tho possibiliA healing wonder for natal catarrh, pert teacheru. Modern equipsore throat and tore eyes. Economical. eggs and poultry for tho home ta- ties of bringing about the production fee Itaa vrtraofduMiy cicaxua ment. Position assured. ble, with a sufficient excess for sale ot soy beans on a commercial basis WUKRK COU THEODOKK 13TB3M iUc. aa draaott, or pcttpak by I Write for catalogue VhmJ. TbHrtni.To3tCoo.par.Dtoo.Mm.V ItOOSEVKIiT BKLONGKI) on tho farm should bo jn tho South is not based only on the The live stock wf3w Z' V gradually increased so as to con- economic lmportanco ot tho crop In In tho English Itoyal Library at sume the othorwiae wasted products Asia, whero its production on a largo Daviess Co, Bus. College and make productive the unproduc-- i scalo has been established for many Windsor, in tho center of the magai OVCR GS YAnC Incorporated EXPERIENCE tive and untlllablo lands. years, or on tho established market zine table, thcro is a largo album ot aw. OWENHHORO, KIT. 6. Cotton for tho main money for tho beans practically throughout pictures of many eminent and popu1 , i '. A ' i . , living has been amply Europe. Soy beans have been grown lar men and women of tho day. This crop after the U tn.' ".ritvit ' "i 1 provided for. for forago In this country for many book Is divided Into sections a seccalling or profession pro-- , years, and their adaptability to 7. The solo of tho surplus a tion for each .. .V v .f- - ducts of the garden, tho orchard wtdo range of climatic and soil con- - Some years ago Prince Edward. In tr.muKr nwn Tncc Marks T. looking through the book.came across JL k fk i the poultry, tho live stock, and tho ditlons has been fully demonstrated, fjcsicne C0PYRICHT3 &.G. feed crops to cover the necessary Tn recent years tho crop has been the pages devoted to pictures of tlio aparlrhnruli'r-- c Irtlonnin" Aprnnownil', mAwMW;'-'-.. f 'ir ti i n n I wo hIictii r r , qui ir i ' rnnnlng expenses of the farm, leav- - crf.P n'rcaslng extent for ill rulors of various nations. Promn limutinri M I'l uilciitfpiin'i,T I oil mil' In I. II; .Li "1nl uu Ing tho cotton as the real cash crop, seeds in eastern North Carolina. A inent'' placed among theso was a PRO- tlnnotrlcllvi Ic U ur nl niitlr., til i ii fnyfirMir n a, I'litr n, . Co. tn u.iii i I'.i: The present prices of cotton, says ir.ro nr ft ' "" '. ii n of the beans In this largo photograph of Col. Uoosvelt. I'-H,r(iH tiMl r, milium uinr.o, luiua ti .i ii ' 'Tallier," usKed Prince Edv.ard, circular, should not bo permitted section in 'ilO. together with the tho $cicR(inc I; to tempt any farmer to depart from otcurroTo o a cottonseed shortage, placing his linger on tho' Cob uel'u :' ' Ahniii!inmplrtllii.trnt"l "npfelr. ITO.trl''. o this program. It is tho only safo led to the cx crlrnontal proesjng of yictuie, "J!r. Uoocrclt is a very -in 'i ciioi' t lilt 'fi'ii tu" ' r L ns'rt'i vrw i,rt4u'iiti,(l, bo'atuil icvuI.mIc . 'Sj ti rt plan to follow, no matter what tho a consider-- ' le quantity of beans by Mover man, Isn't he?" & P.UN?,ftGo.'Mnwd---K3wYorKing FARM LANDS and City Resldenceb "Yea, child," answered prlco of cotton may be. lotv! o'l nllla. These experiments Ifcue.il'U.J U VPUWdahlVMiuu U.C uro now selling at a low cost, "Ho la a great vvcro entirely hntUfuctory, and tho Ooorgo, with a smile. hut don't expect It to bo so algood man. In some respects I the Inconveniences." "All mills participating In them uro now and ways. If you ever expect to own Tho other day I ran at.ros3 nn ex- taking an active part In tho devel- iooH upon lit in us a genius." your farm or your homo now Is A few days later King U"orgo, pression In Dr. Wiley's "Luro of tho opment of this new industry with tho time to buy. Land" which pleased mo very much. American-grow- n beaxi3. Oil mills on casually glancing through tho album, was that In sonio old farmliou:;oh tho Pacific ccrrt Irvo been operating noticed that. President Itoosevelt'a WE HAVE several farms listed In It the inconveniences of llfo reached ror boveral yrara with coy beans lin- - photograph and been removed and Ohio county uud they can be ported from Manchuria thelr limit. and havo placod In tho section devoted to hud tor reasonable prices and Tho truth for turo. I havo lived , found a ready saio in this region for "Mou and Women of tho Timo." On liberal terms. If we do not l si tm.: '.ii jasking tho Prince whether ho had in Just such a house nnd know how , tho oil, cako, and other products have tho particular farm you de- ICcCALL PATTERNS Tho sov bean can ho rrown success-- 1 removed tho picture, tho latter sol- hard living can bo made for the whole get Cclibratcd tor ttylr, perlrct rt, almpllcitjr ant sire wo will make efforts to tcllahllitjr nearly 40 jrita. b)M In i.cail) fully ou nearly all type3 of soil andSomnly eald: firm family. every city anJ town in the Ui'itnl Mitca anc It for you. Canada, vr ky nail illicit. More anlil thaa "Yes, sir. You told mo tho other Thcro aro lots of such houses, too. has about tho bamo rango of ell- any other mike, bend lor lice ciUlout Houses that aro not merely lacking matlc adaptation as varieties of day that you thought Mr. Roosevelt IF YOU want to niovo to Hartford McCALL'S MAGAZINE whero our children will have the In conveniences, but that arc unhan- - corn. The crowlnu and handling of wb a genius, bo I took him away Jlote itibscribcri taan any olnn Itinloa magatlna million a month. Invaluhlr. advantago of it good high school dy, planned, It would the beans uro accomplished almost ' from tlio kings and emperors and put est atylca. patterns, tlreiamaLinir, I. Illlnrry, plain aewln, (aney nteJIewoik.lul-Jreijinnotify us. Wo have houses and teem, with tho Idea of making ne entirely by machinery in this coun- - j him among tho famous people." La etiquette, good tturira, etc, umy iai rem lots for palo and believe you can vtar f worth double), including a tree pattern. cessary as many bteps as possible. try, tho ordinary farm equipment dies' Homo Journal. ViS or tend lur aauiple copy. bubtcribc select ono from our list to your fWONDEKFWLtoday, IV The man who builds a houbo is mcoting all tho requirements of the ; INDUCEMENTS W krf liking. cnni;a dls- taking u lot of responsibility on" crop. In largo toActnti. ivttai olTcta, premium cauiOfiM AJJrtu and new caak prize So Is tho man who lays trictj special harvesters for gatherhimself. WE HAVE a comfortable home tn OU McCAU CO. US t tu w, ntn SL. HEW VOU out tho grounds about a farmhouse. ing tho seed In the fluid aro used V Hartford, modem Improvements For Infants and Children So Is tho man who buys or inherits quite successfully. Tbo cost of pro;iiut 300 ARTICLES -- 300 ILL USTPATinM; nd a good garden in cultivaono of thebu old bouses. Every one duction varies from ?7.G0 to $12 per In Use IFor Over Years tion for sale or rent. Place lVf,l,,5nc,M J6(l World's Profrrew In of thceo men should foci it a posltivo aero, depending on tbo methods em F,ln''.?;,,??l?KJ,"ycntion.Fo, Always booia reuts for $10 a month. jvptipeais duly to do all be can to reduce in ployed In growing and handling tbo the A 'll' in;i7.r.VV'K'P.r.5Snnuwonjea convenience, to lighten labor, to irop. Tho market prlco por bUEhel Signature tif iiuietlmtiuhoutUwr.orrx UurlunLia mako life more pleasant. of seed for towing purposes varies Call ou or address --4KSThe man who originates or WritcCM So You Cart iln,1.ratr.,.A la In different sections, ranging from luslneH.s firliolurolilp. perpetuates Inconvenlonco ?1 In large sections Succeed when evcrytblug ehs fails. : uru,1 Wo have for sale, a scholarship, TINSLEY & BARKETT la no friend to humanity. In ncr.'ouu prostration una Ittna'.o E. E. ot tho south to tijind (3 per butihet mo wiiau t (n.i.iriiirrrr..HV ivnl.nMlsr't ihrtf nrn fVii. u'lnrcnr W.T !.! v"""J'.M"fajiiaiiOWKiaieWlr In tho Cntnl and Middle Atluntlc good for u complete courso In either Miller, in Southern Agriculturist. ' remedy, as thousands have testified. 9 l,. Jov,iry,l(a lfuriUuror.toT icwl Real Kstuto AgentH, or ItaUlu In Utatca. Yields of seed to tho acre Bookkooplrig and Accounting FOR KIDNEY. LIVER AND Owens-Btato- a Stenographers Course In tho i n'"-UINOLC COPIES. ISc The Tvvn III;; Rowl QueMlotH. id5 nTf VCAW in various toctlonis of the STOPACH TROUBLE r w7 tA'b4tt ten. t.fl . ... ,.. Tho expenditures raneo from about 1C bushcli uro llUHluebS & Industrial College. for road and it is ths be&t medicino ever cold tOPOLHl HECHANICS MAtSZlNtl Ttepubllcan OOice. lirldgo work in tho United States of CO nounda each In tho Northern I I'or particulars apply at Republican Q NO.hlk.LLl.a ll.a..,u over a drucrjist's counter. Uoth Phonei. jKMgsafcyjijPV tf l iittve increased from approximately States to about 40 busbolu in the efllre M, Jarrrn LJe pa rt rn e nt ff c I $.1,no FOK UAUK .IAK northern half of tho cotton belt. Tho (average yield In eastern North Cam- Una Is about 25 bushela, although Tliomnx It. Clurho's necHm Of, J OttoC. Martin at ,.0 mmhto sit MK3mh mu;:t ( &. e.x-b- pear-shnpo- ' I tA SlBSEK it 0.E.1AVL0K.CE Beavei Drainage . ....... high-price- ct er .,.. ' drTo. E. HART YETEHINAKY SUKGIilON one-tent- one-four- th OSITiO&B t- v I iTUwlnJW one-four- th tin-fo- J lL&dl6S j mt IVien boll-wcev- 1 Garments -- -- P c& j!i!lPl Q irTl JL u THADC-MAIlll- S I'l T .- - i'l i, '2 !.m lBmff I jmS IMIt JJT GERMINAL REMEDY AJV DfKfF'Ssffsv . in I FOR ONE MONTH i I WM.42Z4Z && -- -- rr. .'tii . si'i&m VWW .'. ISfiEBlIS -- Real mm l km, 4 . Estate! i ttr-i.- Mmti&ii It Mr- - I wussmsasD ( m J bcun-growin- g CASTORIA 30 TOBIiOxECIlMCS AC-k7.TrV- unne-cwarl- ly seed-produci- Electric Bitters imxxiz'tminA )X2lZ?Zj? . -. . I Hartford, Kentucky. -- . . JV. '"?, w ft Wagons! Wagons! Wagons! Uuforo you buy yoif should oxiunino our hiind tnado farm wngoiw. Thuy run lightur, arc nindo of lh vory bo3t mutorial mid last far longer than any innchinu made wagon you can buy no matter what price you pay. Wo also do all kinds of Rlticksmilhing and Ho- pairing-- especially tho hard jobs thot othor fellow can't do. X X Wo alrio make a specially of Horseshoeing and earnestly solicit your patronago in this line. i t i J t t i I Kespeclfully vours, Son: ;A.B.Row& &y. j Center-town- , e ' will havo tho blRRcst arid best "Boys' IirtOWDKTt TO onOANIZK COUNTY AGIUCULTURAIj CI.KII Af?rlcntturnl Club" In tho 8tate. Objects Of Hoys' Agricultural Clubs. To Insplro and encourngo farnt Ohio To tho Hoys and Parents of ' ,)oyB l0 8tay on tno farm. , County: l0 demoiiHtrato to the boya I am now ready to form tho Boys' i Agricultural Clubs, consisting of the t,mt tI,J "so of more practical and Corn and Pig clubs, for tho year etenuuc methods will make farm-191- 7 In this county and would like ln5 morc enjoyable, as well an more every boy between 1C and 13 profltablo, for 3. To teach the business side of years of ago who would like to go clubs to farming. in cither or both of these 4. To afford an opportunity for drop mo a card at onco and stnto tho firm to Bccuro an agrl- which or hoth thnv wish to lol. so 'y8 I may havo tholr names enrolled and j cultural education. r'' Tn asslst hoya to mako monoy ' know whero they arc. courage them to go to tho Ag-- I I I am anxious to hove ovcry part amJ tho county represented In theso ricnlturnl College of c- To ,cacI' tho raluo of organ-- ' clubs tind hopo to havo bettor clubs and compro- I would llko ,znd o(Tort- wo had last year. than - m'8C to havo a local club In each Mnglster7 To bcltcr develop social In- inl district largo enough to havo n mauacer for that club nnd have a.atlnct' character and cltlzonshlp. Khow of its own in the end and havo ituies Kr noyv Agrir-uKumciuiM. I tho winners to show their nroductt; i. Any eoy between tho ago of hero for a final test, and If any of ten and olghtecon years Inclusive may the others wish to they can also, hut, becomo n member. any H will not bo compulsory with hach member must follow (ho but tho winners In tho locals. Instructions of tho county agent as ,", Wo cons dor tho corn and pig club tully as poss . bio nnd attond nil meet- . ., ., . ,, . . I , X. MMIPPW fftMftMi iiw'J Girl's Life I Black-Draught," "I want to tell you what wonderful benefit from the use of Thedford's Mrs. (SyIvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. have writes ved "It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds, liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe saved my little girl's life. When she had the measles, they went in on her, but one good dose of Thedford's made them break out, and she has had no more trouble. I shall never be without Black-Draug- ht Black-Draug- ht & Map Black in my home." For constipation, indigestion, headache dizzl ' ness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar ailments, Thedford's has proved itself a safe, reliable, gentle and valuable remedy. m" If you suffer from any of these complaints, fry Black- - 2$ DraughL It is a medicine of known merit. Seventy-fiv- e 4P' years of splendid success proves its value. Good for l young and cid. For sale everywhere. Price 25 cents. Black-Draught '2. f S w 5lHBElHBHIIHillliHI ranuuLiu '.iiiWhill T n. IwSwi .... T.- l'ach member must study all ... V..W .,.,, , tftMnf.a enf rt . mono ior inn gins can go win u , . Ilinr urleli nnil u.m Iimi1l lui irl!il in I All labor must lin nprfnrnipil m & havo thoiu too ns many as would like, by tho boy himself. i you parents will urgoi and I hopo , M . . 5. Each member must raise some1 these bojs and girls to take hold of crop or animal, or both under dlrec- litis work and help them to grow up . 1 ilflfliff t Im tnnci tl dnf Ei6-r9t- X ini.ti ill1 tl'iitlirin s I IIKKi: IS A fiOOII I'liACH TO VI Ol roil LITTLK MONKV member must keep a & '..... ,. ,., ....;. .. ,r " ninnlntn fnnnvrl nmi niutnpv rf tli Louisville Hotel, Louisville, Ky., Main St., bet. 6th & 7th nn iMlucauon. ior iiicni inui iuey win , ' nr I . 4 ii" 'M UililUUlf All WUUI lUllllDUVII I ' Kl'L 111 IUJ ULIlUr ili by tho county agent. The Only lintel In liulitllio 0cruUiI m tho him If you can't get bould of a thor7. All Items of cxpenso or reAincriciin mid KuroH.in l'l:ui-- . ough bred pig, let mo know and I will ceipt must be figured at standard 1'l.AN (With MenU) Mi:itlCAN help you to get one. There Is no uso prices given In instructions or record in any one saying he can't get a pig book. Itnonis mIiIiiiiiI Itutli hut uilli Hot nnd ()ld Kiiiiiilng Wulcr. for I will help hlni to get one of his people. J2.00 each 7fi Itoomx. S. A hoy may raiso any one .hIiirIi. $2.00 per dny; of . rholco. fiO Hoonii. .single. 2 CO per day; 2 people. 2.2C each tho following crops or animals, or 1 1 Theso clubs will start about May ono or moro crops, ono f.O Trout UiKjms.alnglo, .00 per day; 2 people. 2.G0 each or moro anifull I of life nnd nrtinn filial rvlfh ihi. 8 1st, and I will want your names nt mals, or ono or more crops llooinx nllli Private ltalli: and anifire of fine innlmtinn nrtit rnllnwr.. onco so I may proceed to organize mals: by 250 short stories of adventure. f.O Uooms single. 3.00 per day; 2 people, 2.75 each and get you straightened out by tliAt i win mase DO Itouin.t single, 3.50 per day; 2 people. 3.00 each (a) ono aero or more of Cii t time, nnd If you wish any further corn; (b) ncro or moro of j -KI UOPKAN PliAN (Without Meals)Instruction would like for ou to call potatoes; acre or more (c) one-Haor wlrto mo about It. Itooins ttltliout llatli hut ttlth Hut and Cold Ituunlii Wuler. of soy beans for seed; (d) Wo have some new rulings from single, $1.00 per day; 2 people, $0.75 each acre or niore of cover crop; (el 7S Itootns the state department this year and CO ilnoniR single, 1.25 per day: 2 people, 1.00 each acru or morc of tobacco, i , , lor your enlightmcnt I am giving &0 Krent Uooms. single. 1.50 per day; 2 people, 1.25 each AnlnuiK (a) one or more pigs; given tr Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' Page, them below :ia they were (b) oue or moro calves; (c) one or IUkiius with I'rlwite lliith: W. W. miOWDEft. Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles me CO Uooms more lambs; (d) poultry. single, 1.50 per (lay; 2 people, 1.25 each Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best' County Agent. CO Uoouir 9. Uach momher must follow spo single. 2.00 per day; 2 people, 1.50 each minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone ilt Hoy' Clubs To Itc lteorgnnlyed. , cIal rules tor crop or animal raised. intnenome. mere is no age county nic. corn nnd THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Cor. Sixth and Main Sts. 10. Rach mnmber must exhtlilt The Ohio limit to enthusiasm for Tbe Three Current Issues Free poultry clubs for boys will be reor-ihl- s products or animals raised at tho' Kuropttin I'i.ui Onlj . Youth's Companion. U you do not know THE COMPANION l.. . ganlzed for 1917 In the near future. community a nd county show. let us (end you Three Canwut Iwih Itooino Wllhiuit ltJitti, M.00 and up; Umdiim With 1'rUuto Until, $1.7Ai 1'lans are now under way with the n. It Is desired that the winners FREE. Inclose Uua Coupon with your 52 Times a Year " and Ui Ilei.t lilting I'lnro In Town. roquet. county farm agent to have all Hoys of county shows exhibit their pro-- 1 not 12. Tim Louisville Hoti-- l and the Old Inn are located In tho wholesale Those who subscribe now, sending: 32 Clubs Joined Into oue club to be call- (luce or animals at tho State Fair, for tbe 52 iwocs of THE COMPANION walk to the retnll district and theaters. dfMrlct and only a More good reading than you will ed tho "Hoys' Agricultural Club." when possible. for ipiS, will receive Tho Compjuuoa get in any of the monthly Home Calendar FREE. Provisions havo been made to in- 12. All lnnd must bo measured, MH'ISVII.I.K hoti:i. AMI OI.l INN COMPANY, rnpt. magazines. 3 '.corporate the rules of tho pig, corn. rcroO;.und animals weighed, and rec-- . SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE anil pouury ciuns, aim me uu pimi onrunu cost accounts aucsieu to oy will in no way interfere with thv tno disinterested parties or county THR HARTFORD REI'UIUACAN AXD YOUTl.'K COMPANION, ttOTH ONE YEAH FOR ONLY $2.75. ' endless chain system In pig clubs or agent. , the former regulations of tho other Special Utiles For (Trups or Animals. : AH Corn cluos as followetl out last year. THE boys who were members of these J. Hoys raising corn must grow MB SEWINC clubs last year will become mombers one or moro acres. Tnininn-Qrhnn- l e MAUWNI ki of this new organization and It is 2. All seed must bo of a pure' OF ' 1 Vpectcd that tho work this year will str.iin or variety. QUAUTY.1 II JQ JLfc, be bigger and better than ever. I'otatoc Tho Hoys' Agricultural Club has l. Hoys raising potatoes must h for Its objects tho inspiring and en-- 1 grow acre or more. NOT cournglng of farm boys to remain on i 2. I'otntocs of ono variety must SOLO Will help piironlj. develop their sons into tho farm; the demonstration of more he grown lor either market or seed.'t UNDER .... scteuttue, practical nnu moro nust-,.s- o iicnuv ANY tue best type of citizens nnd Christimi ness-lik- e 1. Hoys raising soy beans must methods in farming, and OTHER gentlemen. Its pntionuizo i widely scatNAME. or more acres for seed the teaching of the value of organ iz- - grow one-haed efforts, and compro- - . purposes. tered and come.s fnnn the best homes in "Sk-T-sto nirrKd 10a 2. of characti-r- . mise in tho WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. Standard pure bred varieties fKin lifewmit must kimw ion fe nli- -t It ucw ii tiutlnrvi od !mlu- . and citizenship. must bo grown. the Siulh. Its e.'ipacity is limited, thereIf you purchanc thoNBW HOMK yoa wUl n.. 1r in i1ctte7 nml h.ivo u life as.- nt Uki prlco you jxiy, an WUl Any boy botweeu the ages of tea ToImwo Oct out of tharuttrtton I Jie llr inc lln. I ' fore, icservatitins should be made early. not liavean cndliici chain of rciUr. 1 Hoys raising and eighteen, inclusive, can become tobacco must I a member of this club provided ha grow acre or morc. Place your son in thih select jiioup of I Mill agreo to prow some crop or nn-- , 2. Standard type tor sections In bo vs. Write nin I under tho direction of tho Coun- -' which, ho lives must bo rnlsed. Coruilctei iS1 ! I ty Agent and study the instructions. I .1. Tobacco must bo marketed by tWmmtlnttrMtlnr.ii'i useful msfiiln. and i;Kiy' uoitli. Uetr luonlb the Lij.-ev-t bulletins and circular letters sent 'January 1st, If poslble. 300 Article 300 Picture him nnd attend tho meetings of th."Chner Crop. ell for only IS cnU. All Mw niw Mras unl rlertrlclty ami irircicK. in i!iTrutinn club regularly. All labor must be, 1 ,Uoys using cover crop must BUtoiiMililr fit nil aerui'lvx'". In iliopnorl. wj Hox A. 1'nr ':itnloeu' and information. performed by tho boy himself and.uto it ns cover crop following somo In Uruuiii, aim luiiuuiinery. How to mtk things at l.nmc. n bum etrrr complete record ami hlbtory of tho 'other crop In club. i 51 month. Iiwludin n'rlsfrntor, nuullrr huu.. f utmture, nuioiuouic Miop rvpam, eu--, work turned In to tho county agent 2. Credit or grndo for this work wrlto the) If you kMituscwliigiiuu-hltu-- , 11 U fnlt of Mnnrv maklni- -. strlt ctTlli Mens. our lutest rutntoKUo btftiro you puruUoMi. nt tho end of the year. will be given on stand secured and U is wnltcn la plain Ctmlivh lor men and boys. A boy may ralso any ono of tho folj Tts Nsw Home Sewk Uaslina Co.. Gns, l!xs,x IS Cent a Copy $1.50 a Year ufo to which crop is put. lowing crops or nnlmnls with the nd- - rig CIrt It fn m a rfw.lrfikr or trlt- - direct M axrzmrvfnssEBBemTxnimv 1'opularbcwncoiionniiy, uirourtu Ave., n.i. 1 vlco and approval of tho county Ono or moro grade pigs for TTITiV Ysirtscs;r(rwlIisMMlZc.ttui ngent: iuium tin vtr. rllLu Ut rsit'c market, or ono or moro gilts for No Combination Crop-- , -- (a) ono ncro or morc of breeding purposes or sow and litter j UV-VEMA'corn; (b) aero qr more of may lo used. X Reading' Like , potatops; (c) 'one-hal- f ucro or more 2. All pigs must be accurately or toy heanii; (d)( one-haunci aero orwi ;hed nt beginning nnd end of 41) j of tobacco; (0) oiie-hajr u a. ucrotui and ns often between as ConAll For or moro of cover crop. t..ilent. (11) one or mom pigs; Animals Any ago and any breed or (h) ono or moro calves; (c ono origrailo umy bo used, ' Companion W'Amsifi moro lunihs; (d) poultry. Call 11 tt 1..iieit of Arrangements will be mndo for lo- -' 1. All ..iIvi.h mIulII im emwn for CZ ISSUES TUB YOUTHS COMPANION , oil nud county shows mid It Is ox-- 1 baby beef and must bo sired by a fjiotifn f nl!v wtvkb of Amcilca. Tlie pectcd that nil membprs will exhibit pnro bred bull. jr 1'lJielt r us Ta01 mips in 14W,&mJ vjfvy. lit tliouiind Artidca U) Short btaic. i :' lr-sMrvSvtheir products and that wo will havo Must bo dropped ufter Hep-te- n end Sirgci.i.ii. a thoufiiul Feci right all tho time. Don't lay oil I Jat'i Jo: all nuns. I "tn. tj from work for days by takitie; caliUCtl . lively contest. ber 1st of last year. In vtr-ua- x wuon pien&anc i.coo yw Tho now organization uUo calls for Cnlf must be weighed at beon your feet, whiloreu'cvinuyour tumbT ri sf J i' or the hoys to do u certain amount of ginning of feeding period and at easy to taVe. ttoti't and Jg issues McCalr Magazine le. &ifer too, and study nu agricultural subjects, and elo'O of contest. tako inythlnu elMi. You can't aliard raLL'SWAG.ZIND 1XSUE5 AK9 A OftCCi CAtTOUC old fashioned A safe, It. Cbminates polsoiw. clcatmcs U tor a lliiul examination ut the ''end Lamb Ul-iCsa' Pim fttwm steLa: Tss ;eintc tern and relieved constipation. A ri6-ra- l UUwa 1 for worms. , of the j ear on what they havo stud- remedy Spring lambs must bo lived 2sskaSJ-teremedy, natural lu itaaction-- purt t, s. "rjjVA IttlCOlly 'Oljeu ."Ml c cof-Wwui r the butj 2 led. Every boy wlllbo gruded upon Lamb must be weighed each In its effect and certain in reaakji. H Srraity.tre years conlnu. u srsm I his final examination nud 'upon his month. won't bo lonir boforo XiV VVavwt!l but iit2X UkSUIM out tr--i il ihe best IntmooitU' niiy asi3X ix ui completely ulspbeu culomd vx evert work and record book. Every boy Poultry FRErS VER.MIFUC.Bcm CTrtl bomo.i ChlUren cat. tako it freoly n J j who makes an nvorago grado onct you. 1 of 70 ' with i?rf ect safety. Every bottlo Rua All boys raising poultry aro 0 ICrrpt bulls lwsyikiit. ft tor better will ho given a cortltlcato requlrod to sot ono or 'moro settings vVt ktk Very i Iju wi Imvt tinteeiL 50cbtkI $1 in bottlos. fom I SsdhMUlT., (pa Kcnuino without tlw likuncaj ar.J svjw' of merit by the Ktftotihlon l)lvlsl.on of eggs from pure bred stock. lit, s Uriilswsi rar oH.Rut taro of L. K. G&iby. Vuc salo bt J l na'i htl It tO(XraM of Aa sfcwn tfrtirrtW ot tho (.SoIIcku 'of Agrlculturo, 'J. All chicks must bo hatched by U U.tt rii J rsri i tss muUMJvn still fsu. mt Km lum tii lie titflJ(j'CvmtJps tt-d- s Tho local farm agent hoped that May 15th. --frtPil. K.' J 11 i tUnM im m't J. H WILLIAMS, .Tl (Xsusliy, . iHOAkMM f,.. k.ka. iud lh? 1)1.' tlisne Cifeftisv. !. , Members owning (locks must t.xll womboro. ot tho 101C pig, poultry 1 7I&5S? E. & S. FREY. cv ywr, alscJwisc f aar CbU: iiu vid'coru olubo will become rcirabers keep records on enttro flock. " rvOltejl ALTIHOKC M. i 2 K? Hai'AV,? - BSMf JSc, ait jior , , u4vwrt-wi. Members owning tlock must ,f' this now club and thit together .!.. nwi.al'iif'khr.nr iaixt.ifwiiv-M- t THE tOLf 11 1 8i,COMrAlww.a.' a tUb ihr) wvc incmlN.T'i, Ohio coimty pro'luce infertile egg ntcr May lit. mjimmmmmmmmmmimmmm t br sUm' luii r--is rUkk. Thirty-liv- years experience in the shop tat ... itrnf fu flint fu ii Itn nrnnmnlinliPfl i IIWl UlMHIVt. ...... ,, .,. m ft .14. I fi- i 1 i k I ,,, ,.,, r...iu. msmsk ' i a rimpat s? m.. I VSSmBB? XT'.,lflB I onc-olgh- th lf one-quart- iRcYOUTITS companion! Better Than Ever in 1915 one-quart- er of I J ' j, I I lulling uuiuui iui ELKTON, KY. fnr Rnrc t Get on uujj theFMng-Lin- NEW one-eight- .... ..'.... J HOME jn lf J ono-nuart- cr Popular Science Monthly' RJ -l 1 MSTHENEY & BSTTS fffll .of J ii It one-eigh- th j 'USE 1 I lf con-mo- ro lt Wssm u Ma&ers use I 52 The Youth's ot-- J ms For Lazy Liver and the Troubles oi Constipation. ic Theliestlwo k VL&Q tr il s - u' iwunfuuiure1 -l T I-'OStrS wj mm rj.-iu- u 1 :64rSES:2-1f lttctSSam ir .. t - '4 m t assa Iry rf&Y . :i7i?T .V,. rtwCTU.. T?.s",jn,c"'".r- '' - .' i' I 1 1 t! i f it R r 'J' SHE JUST GETS IT. mlt from the owners of tho property, encamped on tho tint level and made chemical analysis of tho rocky When a Woman Mkei Up Her Mind That Shs Wants a Thing. IN SESSION ,oll. MEMBERS Tho mln illffetumo iMtwceti men found it rich In tnolnture and He nowhere so marked as ;ta conBtltucnts c.taotly thoao needed and womenrtlnthulUui brivei li'dianu-t- cr fungi for their quickest Ik. Mltlu edible nnd ability. oiiio .' coiiivnr oroa nizatiox jy ijioat luxuriant growth. Hd mri A man' ability I entirely separate 8KSHIOX 1IJ3M) INTKUKHTlNfl hornfore atartod a mushroom farm from his character. A emu miiy lmo main imn. 2. was Ideal for gcnlui and no character at nil. Ho vnd found tho 'lis purpoKO. Thi "mushroom mine" may have small abllltle' and large uakw largo shipments weekly to the character. In u mutt tho two thliijnp-ten- r to be entirely Independent of one of tho Co- - :Ity raarkotR. Tho tobacco' Growers another. . of Association OncrfttlTtj" Tokacco Rut a woman's charactec I deterDnutMchland Not to Itetuni. HartToYd' Magisterial District, met nMllty. ami her ability i Amstordiitn, Fob. 7 (via London.) mined by her 1917, nt theTco'url houso February 2, determined by her character. In realWosor-Zcltun- g Hrcmoti nay of The ity, therefore, ftemen are much more Cfcilrman. Ii H. Tlche.nor culling tho merchant Hithmarlne simple than men. although they do net tho hat tfoutm' (o ortlcr; O. II. Tlnsley acting Dotttschland has nut started on her niipear t be re more Women as e4rolnr implicated out wunlly tliim men. They tho .hlrd voago to America nnd remains 1st: 'Motion mid neconed for oiler more st.ierflci.il vatlety. 1JM chair, lo appoint committee on roso- - n a German p rt. closer olricrvntlon and association and tho Motion carried, lutione. among tneni tend to make them more 150 O.NH OCT OF i;.ClI 7, following" were appointed as KHNTICKIAXS INVKNTOK alike. C. F. King. W. I!. Park, Men, on ttn other baud, grow WortH ,Tlohcnor, K. 1'. Dennett mid a ymi come to know them Washinston, Ieb. 0. One Ken- -' better. This I because, their abilities V. W.'dilff. was out uckian out or every group of 7,;5& nnd characters being unrelated and th While the committee good speeches inhabitant' of the Rluuijraaa State la proportionate measure of each xub.ki't there 'worn several m inventor, according to the report to varlatleiM. new cnuibluatloiis uiv "made which wwi enjoyed by all. varichairman, 1.. H. Tichenor, mbmlttcd to tho House Mondav by cuntantl.v being presented. The Our Hut-n,- ; ous things which go to make up the made a One- - talk In tho Interest of 'nc Commissioner of Patent. power of a woman, on the other the lust jear patents were grint-t- l motive tlio organization going I" t detail Although hand, are more t'.nsely telnte.l. Womto t07 Kentucklnn3. Itora the birth of the organization en, thereff'te. com.entr.itu more tluui to U to the present, making It plain and be report shows that Kentucklans men, alihoupli they do not ot an Inventive turn of mind made! o. the proees. belmr'tuu-eiisclous- . satisfactory to all. W. C. Ulaukcnshlp was called for. i Rood showing the residents of two! That axplalns why. if a woman :elghborlng States made a better re- wants a thins and a man doesn't want with a good and flcsppnded tlgurcs her to have It. siie always gets It. When The commissioner' Wound up by saying cord. talk. during the year 1910 there a man wants a thing he plans to get If pooling was, tlio only salvation for diow that threugh the orwas one Inventor out of every 1,533 Just as tun h o he can the farmer. and wi't and one Indlaniau derly processes nf his mind thine shf Prof. K. S. Howard and . others 'esident of Ohio - When a woman wants u made .short talks which were to tho out of every 2,713 Hooslers who ro- makes no plan at .ill but she get it celved u patent. liolnt. much more often than tho man lo-- , point the committee on At this calise ever. thing in her whole niukr-u-p conscious and uneotisclous i:astvii:w itkms. resolutions was ready to report. Mofor It. Fob. 7. A heavy rain, wind and Becond and carried to receive tion, If you want to see conservation in tho report and discharge the com- hnll Htorm passed over thU Bection energy and the infection of C.neieie y mittee. The report was as foltowa: Wedncbdar evening. Holmcr spent Saturday wnteh the working of n that icmvti Miss Jotdo Hartford. Ky.. Feb. 2. 1017. jnaehlne woman nut S.undny with her parents at Mos"We, your committer on ti thing from a man that .! ey. itme xubmlt tho following: wants. A Corlisi engine. In cunpatl Mh I.eona Northern is confined soil, Js n ttcap box on whtels. T. 1.. M 1st. We congratulate the finance! lu l.lfe. ibmmlttee nnd the tobacco growers, 'o her room with rheumatism. Mm. Ida R. Morris died Feb. 1 of ou tilts wonderful fight they huvej She was In her thlrty-ilrLINCOLN FORGAVE HIM. made lu tho way of raisins the onsumptlon. year of her age. Funeral prices of our tobacco, and wo want were held at Uells Run church Ona Man Who Got n Pardon Vithaut to especially comuuind the farmers j Evan Asking For It. of thin ctiu:y for the way th'y htood on Feb. :: by Rev. Noris l.elMibrook, Among the innumerable great itter which her remains were laid to In the times of iiy I.lt.iiihi at wlm temptation of bettor prices being' rest In the RellK Run cemetery. 'She the "crunks" Hn':-- ' cnl'.sl on tunny "! White weie and1 joined the liells Run Raptlst church )imnitefi-lliLUi'on- t side; sought to win fnvut- by showing tha' wo further believe that practically .t the age ot ten ami lived a connis-ethey had l"eii Hie lir.t to sugve-- t She christian until the end. every pound of tobacco pooled in th at ire.deut. Ou of , eavfs a huhbund. one toil, a father, o'ounty will be delivered by the pool-aays Francis F. Krowim in 'Tli iiother, one brother and u host uf Kveryda.v IJ: ot Abraham Miko'ii. " d pupr was the t.slltor if n 2d. We dcetre to extend our irieuds and relatives. in a little village In JlUmiil and graders ( tfcanl.'E to tho receiver He told the prcldent that he was tin :" inn delivery point In the count 7 SAYS NO I'LACK UKK HUM It. KVCX IF ITS I'KXITKXTIARY man who tiiM suvgofctiid l.!n.i-ln- ' wo. apprccii'"' mid asr.uro them that name fur the piii.ldency and. puilin the way that w. have been treated from his pocket uu old. wuni. defm Alamosa. Colo.. Feb. S. There U eopy of his paper, exhibited to the by tlunn. onTd. We commend the mannei In j no iilace like home, oven U an Item en the subject. " said l.lr.etdii which the tobacco was handled the ly the penitentiary. "Do you rist yrfor and we" recommend tha.! "I want to get bac'.: home again au "that that was tin- w.ii- - f my uom! fi. fame course be pursued the com-- j oon nsi can." said Juan Medina, a nation?" 'lalf-bree- d "Ceitaluly." said the islltor. "nil I'ueblo Indian, when haul-e- I iriy year. viiportuiie that 1' Into a justice court on a charge uggellon In tth. lnnaiiti'.ch as we believe wub nt once taken up by other pup"r.. pooling tit tobacco in the Green of burglary. years aud you wcte nomluiited and elected. "I have served twenty-seve- n River ''district bus brought about Higl'. l.lucolii with "Ah, weH."-wiiw prices, profitable therefore in six terms within the penitentiary," "I am- rlail to wv you and lu knov urge and In.dM that owry man put ald lie in good English. "They al- that, but .ion will hiv. to excuse. me hir, (shoulder to tho wheel and do ev ways treat me well tltcre and I want t u in .lust going ti the war drnnrtment . to Mr. Stanton." ery thing in their power this com- - j to get back." "Well." ald the editor. "I will wait, Medina, GO years old, his face furrng yetr for their future advancewith time, over with you.' ment nnd th whole country in gen- rowed and shriveled The president, with that good nntuie with straight black hair aud eferj eral? ' Ti'th. Wo want to thank the pa- appearance of a criminal Indifferent so characteristic- of him. took up his hut and said, "Come along'." pers of 'this county for the interest to his late, was hound over to the When they remhed tho door of tbi tliey h'avs- - manifested in our behalf. March term of the district court. secretary's oftue Mr. Lincoln turned tv . ' ;W. H. .PARKS. ' Ills compaiilou mid aW. "1 shall lmv " KING, to kcs- - Mr. Stau(ou alone, aiht yyu most The Poetry'of Woman. ' Man Ik like dlhconunctcd and un- excUHc me." And tht'K. takln- - hlin by WORTH TICHKNOR. couth prce. without harmony or the hand, he continued: "Cydby. I '" '" K. 1'. HKN.VKTT. beauty. Iioim; ye" wilt ft el perfectly (aisy aliouf That is why nrt& have . fj V. W. OOFF. compared women with hour;, po having noiiiluntid me; dou't x tn.u-blci- l ' Committee. "try. flower and river, but have ne'.vr atioiit It: forgiw you." Motion, second and carried that thoutht of eotuparinir man with any resolutions be adopted as raid. of thet.' Woman, like most, be.uitl. Thy Sink Baelovord. Next, motion, second and carried ltd things in nature, is connected, Aquatk: iiiilmaln, as u rule, dive iim-thto and well restrained. The water head first mid mul n more : that tho chair appoint delog-iteIcm eplushlng. Rut the hippo fchiks attend the meeting at Owensbora CrattHiuuu backward and goes down o quietly February 6, ID 17, for the nurpofo, that If a hunter were standing near lb of electing president and vice prcsl-- j Vorth While Quotation. edge of an African pool the big rive; ' "If you mean to act nobly, and dent of the jR80cIatiun. horse would disappear without attruet 'Motion, sceond and carried that to know the boht things which Uod Iiih' attention. They keep up the cits hath put wirtilu the reach ot men, you In-- 1 our chairman, I.. 15. Tichenor, be your mind ou that tntf, and torn in captivity, where there Is ur eluded lu the liit of delegates. .The must fix not what will happen to jou because necessity of giiardln; against enemies fallowing peraoin were appointed: of It." Ab they go duwu they throu up" the! Ceorce KHoU uo'-e- s mid fill their lull's W. II. Rhonda, Leslie Coiubi.Franl: Qlacfc, 0. R. Tlnsley. 1.. I), llennelt, Dally Thought. Peanuts In India. M.ick Ros.3, W. II. l.rks. C. F. Kin?, If you eensure your friend for every The Indian isunut orlyii.nlly Jnmoe l'lrtlo utid 1.. R. Tichenor. fault he comrnlta there will como a as an csiible nut, but the gieitt Next, motion, second and carried I time when you will have mi fiicml to ImportaiKij or the crop in south India j for tho body to instruct doiegates. coniiure. Arabian l'rovtrb. now Is due etuliely to the growth d Motion made and carried fur tlio j the seed crushing Industrj both local AVIien It Happened. delegaton to vote for DuvieHS coun- -' ly and abroad, utid nil clfons to Im"Now," nald tho farmer to tho ar- prove the stock ate with the view of ty'K choice for president. Motion, iiccoud and carried to cast istocratic lady farmhand. "I want Inerc&sliiff its oil yielding irojKrty the delegate voto for E. J. Snyder, ; you to clean up tho plgbty, tho ata-b- li Arcoiiuut , the and all the other of Hancock county for vice presiNavigating by SounJ. hoiibos of tho stock." dent. Steuwlioat captains use mlcrophoucs two daya Ihe uwcut thins For Tho body then cloned to meet the lustulleil in Bounding leads to deter I.Vth'of.'February, J HI 7. at 1 o'clock worked vigorously, then ehe appear- mine the character of itvcr beds. The p.'M.-- - h. II. TICHKNOR, Ch'ru'n. ed before her employer with both hotit'd of the leads dragging on the boteyes nearly closed, her mouth swol- tom Is transmlttid by wire to igular 0. R. TINSLBy, See'y. pro teni. I. len and red lumps over face, neck and telephone receivers.-Ne- w Vi.rk Trlb-iicu- Mu.sliriwiei From Mine. , hands. Ioriantown, W. Va.The queer "I would bo glad If you would pay Aml Got Called Too. er the tl&ce Holected fur a iriuhliroom J me my money," nho murmured. "I "Fa, who waA tuu flr.it lufenloi?'' I want garden (he filler, it awint, la'thoi can't do any more farming. "Adam, my eon." KrowtU ot thin pupular tablu dellcuey. to leave!" "What did l.e iiiventV liini v.oru lit u uiuauruuiu uani, "vVunfii Urn tnattfr?" netted the lliu "Tiw pour exeuiio." Exehdime, howovcr, Is such a Harden placed in funner. tho depthu of a diverted coul mine "I don't know wbnt'u the mutter," Hctditi It. tiuiidruJa if foil below tho arouuil. ppll'il tho victim, "but it happsned An fcovti k Adam uwok? and muv Net f,ir from MorBttiitown thHnj U whin I i;rt--!d to elLf,: out 'be boe- - F.Vd lift CAint-the uoul "lroul)i,-'- ' loeutel llila oil coal mine. Lrwn,ri m hlT"'" CblcKgu Hevnll. i ho rHL'iburKh Coul Seam, In Ir. Is u.iually nut uo much thu grt'Ui-onnd Vuit VlrKlnU. Thoo-dor- o of our .trouble ns the llttlciieff o l jmbdiiii, an I'nliUua m the FOR L:LETCHR'S mi);e ti vjUMvJrK .Stutn mjrlcullunil faonc'namMnr, itlHnrsr.t';wD( vhUuiB i ,Hr J T caorEBATivt I'iini. FOOT RULES IN OUR ARMY. ArJvica Which May Da of Valua to tSa Ganaral Publia. No better ndvlee to tho public can bo given In reference to the cam of their 'feet than Is embodied in our Army Afcin- - 1 The Home of HIGH CLASS (:".. 1 ual of Military liyulene. which, of course, U not in general circulation. The poluta particularly emphashxd may lie parnphramsl as follows: Wear a shoe wide enough aud straight enough on the Inner margin to give the tocn space Tor their proper rv filthlll. be found in removkig the pressure over tho affected Joint. This cnu only lie doiio by supplying a properly fitted sIhhj. ed. Scnix) the nail thlu ou the top and Tho best treatment of bunions will Merchandise! We Continue to Place V .. le cut squarely nerosa and m.t round insert edge. u To relieve Ingrowing nulls they should pledget of eotton under the shoes. com-mitte- n: For corns use properly titled Hon. Remote corns or callouses nlv win- they ore a source of pain a'.. ir. !'. Have Rimes for couMiuit Use ui'd .stnooii. stockings ns free ftom holes and darn- I at least two pairs of ' 'I en ' ings as possible. After a lung walk wash the feet, dust with foot powder and put on clean Niocklugs and ph"", but do not ank the feet In cold water. Foot powder slmk. n Into the socks or dusted over Ihe feet will liclp prevent blisters. Woolen stockings will nborli inspiration. These who ape on their feet very much should harden them by applying foot powder and bathing tho feet frequently in col.1 water. Tlie'correctlon f flat foot may require a long peiiod and can be aided by furnishing a broad nnd well shaped shoe, taking care that the foot la s'tien:;thened by proper exercises and not overloauo.l. Do not "tee out." but walk with iJie Inner margins of the feet parnllcl so Unit th- - weight of the body will be thrown on the outer: or stronger part of s. the foet. Kathleen Hills in U-.-- our advertising: before you in order to keep the name of our store constantly before you. We want you to become so fa- -' miliar with our store and our merchandise and to feel such satisfaction with our . II methods of doing business, that whenever you have a need in our line you will think of our store as the place where your wants can best be supplied. tly We Have Arriving Daily new goods, new Ginghams, Spring Coats and Coat Suits Also our spring purchase of Men's Clothing. Now is the time to buy while you can get picking choice-Remem- ber RUSSIA'S GREAT CLOWN. st Oufv Had . er-1e- es tfce-'-po- nd the-'.-o- - nt wi-kt- y irnii-llshc- ; riit-Id- ent It-I- s re.i!ly-think.- - -- u-- o d - m-- ?V i -- 1 s si-e- , wa-gro- hen-hou- d fcan-.iylvan- l.t Oliildren Ory U-(J- tbt The lives of over two hundred) American cltiiens and more than 2,- 000 Uvea of other neutrals have been, new-rindiplomatic rela-tloi- unlawfully sacrificed, since the war-- . of The ,' powers hna beRiin, by German mthmarines. between first-claiunlvorwilly followed by a decbeen Tin re are Indications that tho and the flrnt Racri-flc- o laration of by the methods .imall neutral Mutes of Europe will, of American life military of Oermany'fi announced IntentlotiH through fear of German by a declaration by power, refuio to follow the Ameriwill be followed can bad of breaking off diplomatic' CoiiRreiK ot a Ktato of war. relations with the Gertnau' govern-S-ment- . Companion. A declaration of war will not aendliiK of soldiers to Germany A Giant Emperor. Mllltar) tixperts, while appreciatr, Mnximlmts, the giaut Itotium and the Hrltbdi navy would of course could twit colna into corkprevent a German army coming to ing the iKimiiblllty of the destruction screws, powder bard rod:R betwien tho United States. Supplying the of ahlppliig by the German subma-rlnnunrcHtrlcted activity, do not hla fingers and do other seemingly Im- allien with munitions and credits nnd When nngeied he possible things. aiireieiul serious danger of n Iduek-nd- e or the vomu marine activities will he vtho often bioke the Jaw of a horse of ocean shlpplug. skull of an x with his fist. Ills wife's limit of American participation. bracelet served blm for a ring, and The German nawRpapors aiiect t. Tho l'nsldont has Invited all the every day he ate, besides other food, and drank an neutral nations to follow hla action kcu In tho President's break with .sixty pound;! of meat their country, an effort to bluff subamphora of wine. In breaking relutloiiH with Germany. marine activity, but declare It will 4 How the Daya Go Cy. Tho American press standa nolld-l- y fall to work. Frank looked up thoughtfully from' with the President, but a part of German hla engine aud cam game of railroad' Ambassador Uenmtorff German-America- n prenu U Millug, played on the pnniitlc plan of a tlin will anil for homo TitCKdny. Amerlion or rcHCiitful. boy. ican Minister to Germany, Gerard, la, "Mamma, Isn't it funny how the days already In Switzerland on his wuy a d go by, one after the other, Just like More than a million of unnatural-Irehome. train of cars with .Sunday fur the German mid Austrian cltlzons grave Ilanter's. are In tho United Stated, and Ills Feet Too targe. apprehension Is felt, in, the event of ClilC3go, Feb. 0. Peter J. WagCruel. may be- ner, they war being declared, recruit at the Great I.akos navWife I dreamed last night that I come n menace. al training station, fenred today that waa In heaven. Husband Ild you see mo there? he might Jiavo to leave the United Arseiiahi and other public proper- Stuten Wlfe--1 did; then I knew I was becttUKo of tho sUe of hli ty, Including tho bulldlugn at the urea mime. Town Topic. feet. Wanner la eighteen years old, capital, aro being closely woisha I7C pounds, in six foet on A Continfitut Performance guarded. f and IticheH tall, and his foot baby (jives us considerable I rou"Our require a ahoe alzod IC ifi. When he ble. "Vella unless bo baa his own wa." German em- applied The niBluiurta .of tho for ahota It wi-.- dlacovorol "Ouru yclla anyhow. You don't know enmity of manIn Inviting that tho largcKt also rhut trouble b.."VuHh!ngtou IUumM, pire la without nthe parallel In nil mil- the navy department distribute! by kind to 13, Today itary history. Bato Libel. officers at tho station were attempt-l- u; a 'Woman-Ho- w did you net I" be tu Cmi fKt gear that Wagner Nluoty German and Audtrlun uhlpu, co'.M tramp? Trim per- -1 ly degre.!. imim. wear. , 1 begun on' ii golf player. New Yorl. Including throe battloshlpu. worth Ololie. more than u hundred million dollars, are Interned in American port. It t'VtHiulv U flm guurd total .upix"-- t FOR FLETCHER'S bo put in war la doctored thcac-'wil- l V oter vlrtiu'i'.'lb'.'. rul wM ifler- tKW dorlaff the W"W Tlie fRtnous Itusslau clown. Anatolc Durer, held tbt. whatevci your vocation, the only thing that brings you sue-i(s- s h wetk. Acconllugly he liecauie Ihe imr--t ii.dustrlous. .snceoiful and belovisl clown lu Russia utid proimbly Hie tidiest ilown In the world, lis, for fortune of wlien lie died be let I and fi eoKocthm of tniltit.il nub mate that brought visitors to.hm Jiome from nil over the world Horn of un ancient ami noble faintly, he wiib n pupil of the renowned cadet but Is'fore iris. and Jolwsl his graduation be rau a circus. nwny Rut be laid no nmbltlon to lis an clown. He kept lu touch with imU place polk."?, with in Russia, and applied to It his wit. an unlicensed censor Soon lu; of Russian so iety In motley Rvll he rebuked by (est and glls"- - No man was in Uio high a plai e fur his tongue, and fuvious officials oiae bmugi.t about bis xlle Ritnhit- loud hlin tfw well for Ihat. however, aad soon be win Uick in the rlu?. T show that bn aieiint to Is? mon- - disciMt In appeiii'Ml with u jmdhick nttiieiiwJ In Ills inoutli He was a pry famous .'Hiliiml trainer. The pig was Ids favoilte pnjill. and It Is .iald that bis pigs could do atmo!f can do Very thing Hut luim.ii xcept f.dk. A team of trained pigs diew him atmuf the stieetr. and so did be love tliem that a pig's head with a "l" to tin; left was the device upon Ills seal. Hi- - used to enjoy telling bow. when he was in tour in tlennany, one of bit pigs ran away and tunic finally to n farm flot far from Rerlln. The farmer Wait roan, gave the tlrel who was looking Weast food und drink To his fsuiHteniatlon, the visitor solemnly mounted an upturned bnfrel. leoked gratefully nt his best und stood on Its head Jih a token of appieclntton.-Yontb'- s s Drly a Siting Tcngua. und Ha this as the store of big values and high quality merchandise at lowest prices. l.ovd Pit)- - Carson ,. Si Z17CC5ZlTOZZ'LZZl Co. Hartford, Ky. , Till: IIIIKAK WITH (F.y In a OKIUI.VNV t ward to Insure the .payment of Carman indemnities to the United atateo. I J. II. ThomaH.l note addreel to all neutrel nations Jan, 31, (Jermany declared Its purpono to begin Feb. 1, an aubmarlno warfare upon the contraband nhlpplng. within a certain restricted war zone, of all natlmiH. unr--ntrle- ted Germany!, drastic, and pcrhnpt fatal, Huhuiurluc decision la thought to ho duo to G'Tman public opinion which .lit HevcB the can Insurer German victory, and It is unwilling to accept defeat until this e.pecn. Ik tried. e Itcfore a Joint Bitting of Congn-s- . February 2, President Wllfron an nounced this government had broken off diplomatic relatlona with Germany, recalb d Ambahsador (Jerard and handed tho fJerman Minister. Count von Ileruntonf. his p.iisportv Uoosevelt has tendered thor fervlces of hlmi-el- f and hla four aomf to the I'rejident, for mllltnry Fervlcij In the event of war with Germany. Col. tit ii em-Iro- V ." al one-hal- OSnl&ren Ory ctbr' OA3IORIA' h -- 'nftmWi' iTl tin liili''