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DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS 0I: ALL THE PEOPLE Subscription $1 per Year No. 33 or .'( i iiSxxix. him ERSAL BILL district HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, Li Registration directed. and medical examining boards for nlno each district or would bo appointed by tho President, tho word of the latter as to physical fitness to bo final; while action of tho registration hoards on exemptions could bo appealed to tho Federal DisYouths llablo for trict Courts. training would bo required to report themselves or to bo reported by parents or guardians. To encourage preliminary military tralnlug such as that given In schols, credit to a maximum of thrco tho total remonths, or one-haquired period, might bo olowed. Tho applicant could elect either army or navy service, his wishes to be carried out as nearly as poslble. Specific prohibition is made against tho Ufeo of tho force In strikes or other industrial disputes. Otflccrs and enlisted men of the rogular services could he commissioned in tho citizen army but would receive tho pay of their grades only while on nctlvo service duty, not during tralnlug periods. Provision also Is made for commissioning volunteer officers, selected by examination from men who have had experience In the Nationtl Guard, military or naval training camps, at military schools or colleges, or who have served their own six months' train These ing period under this act. officers would bo llablo annually for threo years for two months' duty In training troops, and could be promoted only In examination and compliance with training regulations to sub-divisilf KYM DIET FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1917. SQUAD. THE ORIGINAL 11jIT .f !, ' :..: 't filVEN APPROVAL REPORTS COMM1TTKK RARLY ON PLAN FOR m m S3raP$ citizen reserve. last week by tho election of L. I). Tlcbcnor, of this county, as vlco pres- WILSON SOON TO Mr. Tlch-cnident of tho organization. has probably been moro actlvo GO TO CONGRESS for tho association in this section than any other grower and has well earned tho honor ho received. Jess Gregory, of Daviess county, was elected president of tho asso- WILL ASK ADDITIONAL AUTHOR ITY FOB PROTECTION OV ciation. Another mcotlng will bo I RIGHTS AND LIVES. I held in Owcnsboro In April to elect a secretary to succeed T. M. Maple, who Is now filling that position. m m IKYOUTHS MUST TRAIN fat Instruction Held P shlngton, Feb. 10. Thq Scn- (Ultary Cotninlltco reported fa- todtiy a bill framed by a sub- citizen reserve- force baood on military training and sor- - WHAT A WOMAN WILL PAWN ki:ep HUNGER FKOM BABES MAY ARM OUR VESSELS For Protection Against Submarine Detention of Sailors Ah Aggravation. j to Nece-iHa- ry Hcott Ami Tho General Staff. littco creatine a military ana BTsal struggling to save children will begin by pawning ,her the household things. The alarm jclock or another kind of clock will go first. Then sho will sacrlflco a few dishes. Maybo somo of tho furniture will go next. Her clothes will remain for the last, becauso 3he needs clothes In her quest for work. Tho best dress will be saved, If at all possible. Chicago Tribune. A woman who is J V' t$R' Washington, Fob. 14. Introducy by Representative Len-roo- t, tion of Wisconsin, Republican, of a measure designed as a substitute for President Wilson's railway bill, al: ready submitted y Representative Adamson, of Georgia, foreshadows a member, feller, only one bite apiece.'' lively fight in the House. Refis in New York World. Tho Republicans aro preparing to line up in support of the Lcnroot bill, which would permit employes to THIRD OF BILLION bo flxed by the President. Machin- HIGHWAY BOOSTERS strike, but make lockouts Illegal and Disregard of Rights. ery for tho discharge of olllcers on prohibit employers from advancing DEFICIT FORESEEN wages or otherwise settling any conThe redotention of .the seventy-tw- o unfavorable findings as to their qualORGANIZE ASSOCIATION Americans brought in on the ifications by elllclency boards also Is troversy with their employes, or raisprovided. ing rates while disputes were being prize vshlp Yarrowdalo Is regarded at Prohibition Provision. FINANCE COMMITTEE Investigated by a Federal board. The another acute Indication of GermaHE.NATE TO HE KNOWN AS OHIO county CHANGES IN Tho sale of Intoxicating liquors to RECOMMENDS section relating to the organisation ny's disregard of American right!. HIGHCENTRAL FEDERAL a mombor of the citizen army or naREVENUE linX. of the board is copied from tho Ad- If, jn fact, a vigorous protest has not WAY CLUB. vy while In uniform Is forbidden, nlamson bill. Representative Adam-so- n already gono forward It will so sent tho salo and uso of such for mediwill confer with President Wil- In the near future unless Germany A 1O cinal purposes Is possible under regand Is expected to dis- promptly releases the men. tit 1. I. . .... ' LW. iiiiitt son . At a mass meeting of citizens of .. A definite sentiment gained ground cuss the status of tho railroad legisulation. Another feature la that men r cl,clt ol y in Administration quarters who have completed their training Ohio county, called by Dr. J. O. Mc lation. the fi r,,,cfl m that an accumulation of acts indibo entitled to wear a rosette Kenncy. president of the Ohio County y would by '"T1 cating a disregard for American showing tho class to which they be- Good Hoads Association, held in VON BERN8TORFF LEAVES organ, the Senate nuance Conimtttco.ro. court bouse here Saturday an rights will have as much to do wltb long. commending that tho Administration shaping tho policy of the United Officials of tho general staff aro In- Ionian, tho purpose of which will Paducah-Ashlan"venue bill bo amended to authorize Flowers Sent Ambassador And Wife States as any overt acts which may d clined to disprove tho bill, particu- tli. securing of the 5.3li6.000 Instead of boni1 li8 By Americans. against America bo committed larly becauso of the six months' train for Ohio county, was perfected. The of $100,000,000. and that iho au3hlps. ing period. They declure that even now organization will bo known ni thorlzatlon for certificates of iudebt- Federal' Tloboken. N. J., Feb. 14. Count Whllo it has been indicated at th tho year minimum fixed In tho staff dio Ohio County Central r, ma,,c W0.000.000 "; Wll- -' ''Jn Johann H. von Bernstorft, former State Department that there can b plan contemplated only fifty per cont Hlghuny Club. Judgo John B. ..... Li.....i or annn nnn nnn son was oicctou presmeni oi mc ciun " German Ambabador to tho United no legal objection to the Govern of tho eincloncy of the nvcragc Term Of Training. Tho recommendation tor increasos States, bailed for homo with n. C. Barnes, of Beaver Dam, aboard ment furnishing guns to American requirement for training. Depart-meThe bill disagrees with tho theory W. II. Combs was Is bused on revised Treasury Scandinavian-America- n liner merchantships President Wilson i the Tho staff officers are inclined also vlco president. to Con-grcestimates submitted the Army General Staff as to the to feel that Inadequate provision is selected as secretary and Allison HarFrederlk VIII. With htm was tho understood to bo disinclined to tak sluco the bill passed tho House, Countess vou Bornstorff and nearly any step which might glvo Germany A amount of training necessary to made for training personnel. A forcol nett was named as assistant. iuko a soldier fit to go on tho bat- and f- placing tho Federal Government's 200 German diplomatic and consular tho slightest ground for throwing commltteo on membership of 500,000 men, they say. requires ependltures for the fiscal yenr 1918 officials. The departure, which com responsibility for any futuro trouble maglo lines, nltho It coutemplatos about a minimum of 17,000 officers, at inance will bo appointed in each The commltteo pletes at $1,400,000,000. total strength proposed by staff least llfty per cent of whom must isterial district of the county upon tho United States. This waJ the severance of diplomatic A year of Intensive Instruc Bbfllccrs. wero made to estimates that to meet this total and Sovoral good talks albetween the United States tho Government's attitude anything be professional soldiers It tion hus been declared by MaJ. Gen. resembling iutonslvo training Is to tho club among them being an ad- provido a working balance, tho aud Germany, was accomplished though It was admitted that there Dy quietly and was marred by no unto-wnr- d always was possibility of chango, acjScott, the chief of btaff, to bo tho bo given in six months. Tho full dress by If. P. Taylor. Mr. Taylor amount which must bo raiseu minimum of Hafcty for the training commissioned strength of tho regular pointed out tho advantages of having bonds and new revenue legislation Incident. cording to circumstances. bt even defensive soldiers. A unl- - army, under the National defense tho highway pass through tho county Is $433,400,000. This the committed Before tho steamer departed at 4 Effect of the Campaign. proposes to raise as follows: a light be made to IVorsal training bill, carrying tho cn- o'clock tho former Ambassador hold act, will bo less than 12,000 ofllccrs, ( and urged that Reports of tho piling up of freight By bond Issues: For expenditures a final conference with Minister Rit- it. dorscment of virtually tho cntlro destined to Europe, tho temporary luicmbershlp of the Gencrnl Staff and and It Is pointed out that If 8,000 of A routo for tho highway had al- on account of Mexican situation to ter, of Switzerland, who has assum theso wcro to bo detached for trainshutting down of grain elevators and on a year's training, Is almost ready been passed on but It Is thought Juno 30, 1917. $1C2, 418,000; for ed charge of Gfrman Interests in this based ing purposes for fctx months out of other ovidenco of tho effect ot construction of Alaskan Railway to country. ready for final submission to Secre that if tho counties in tho central training of tho new submarine campaign upon tary Halter and tho President. Keith- -' each year, of that forco wouldregulars section will put up the necessary Juno 30, 1018, $21,838,000; for von Bernbtorff, Ills wife and the Count bo virneutral commcrco aro regarded as) plant, of nrmor-plat- o eventually be on or any uso money this route will cr olllclal lias committed hlmsolt other members of his sulto, received part of tho accumulation of aggratually Impossible. It Is understood making a total bond issue soveral wagon-load- s Tho Siato and Federal of flowers and tho princlplo of universal training. that tho stnft bill takes these points selected. vation which aro expected to lead to Government will bear a portion of of $195,250,000. bon voyago gifts. Tho Ambassador Tho commltteo measure, which Is into consideration. proBy now taxation: An excess by MaJ. that ho sent action. was so appreciative the expenses of tho road In each based on that prepared So far the Government has reinheritance ashore a signed statement thru Dud or tho Army Gencounty, tho county putting up tho re- fits tax, $220,000,000; Mosoloy, formorly GERMANY SEEKING TO GAIN making a to- ley Field Malono. Collector of the ceived nothlug olllclal to Indicate It Is necessary for the increases $22,000,000, mainder. eral Stair, .fixes military training- ns any change of submarine policy by TIME FOR TEST, SAYS PARIS counties through which tho road pass-r- s tal of $248,000,000 and a grand to- Port of Now York, In which ho a duty of citizenship, denying naturGermany and can only bcllovo that bonds of sutd: to guarantee to build tholr part of tal from new taxes and alization until such training has or ships may bo sacParis, Feb. 14. "Tho rupturo tho road as allotted to them tho llrst $443,25C,000, or $9,850,000 In excess can not refrain from u last ex- American lives begun or exemption "I been at loabt rificed nt any moment. with tho United States forstallcd tho employpression to tho American people for jear. It is mainly for tho purpose of absolute needs. Kranted. All Government Vigorous denials wero made toplans of Germany," says the Temps, In its report the committee ex- the wealth of ilowers and gifts sent ment would bo closed to thoso who " and Germany Is now working to of raising tho necessary guarantee day to rcportB of a split in the CabAb plained that the proposed authorizaof tho club was organized. to tho Countess and myself. It is eould not nroduco certificates Tho Impcr- - that "In certificates hard to toll of tho good will sent us inet over thai question of furnishing 'ated this paper before tho road tion to issue short-tertraining or exemption and guns for AnVrlcan ships. Natural"' V"'v" (will extend from Paducah to Ashlaml of indebtedness upto $500,000,000 both. No expression of gratitude employers would bo similarly Pro- - I to stop ly, It was said, there may bo differmaritime communication when completed, and will bo In every Is for tho purpose of tiding tho treos-ur- y would bo adequate to speak an hlblted from employing any man of tho Allies and' It has succeeded In ences ot Judgment but It was denow taxes come In. highway. over until tho farewell." n who has evaded his military service dotalnlng a largo number of neutral respect a modem clared that tho members ot tho CabiThe Club will bo In Beaver Dam A large portion of tho total revenues A blanket penalty with a maximum ships in port. It Is a partial satis the net will stand solidly behind 1 o'clock and it Is of tho Government now is payablo FOBMER OHIO COUNTY of ? 1,000 lino and n year's Impris- faction which It sooks to prolong by next Saturday at IN DETROIT President in any decision bo may MAN INJURED onment for each offenso Is provided tho activity of ila pirates against al- urged that all who can possibly do during tho last month of tho fiscal make. Delegations from year, and probably moro than $500,-000,0for tho vlolntlon of auy section of lied ships and by noisy nfllrmation m bo present. m According to a telegram received of roveuuo would, In tho tho act excopt that thoso who ovado that no one will bo spared. Perhaps neighboring counties are expected to GERMANY ASKS THAT UNITED opinion of tho committee, bo collect Wednesday from Detroit by Mrs. training when llablo for It must servo Borllu also wauts to find out tho real bo In attendance STATES FLAG CO.ME DOWIf Brodlu Payne, her brother Jack ed during June, 1918. longer terra. & elllclency of Its submarine war bofore Injured CARTRIDGE IN JESSE "Tho income tax, the munitions Thorpe was dangerously HAS Washington, Fob. 15. Statu DeFor nlno years, or until ho had going to tho limit of its defiance. JAMES BELT AT DEATH manufacturers' tax and tho excess Tuesday In tho Michigan city when passed his 28th year, each reservist reported partment advices y "Tho results thus fur aro not up profits tax aro all duo and payablo In ho was struck by an automobile and would bo required to roport In per- to all expectations, and that Is why that Brand Whltlock, Amersays. hurled against a moving street car. Clarksburg, W. Va. Hore on a Juno of each year," the report son annually to tho registration au- Germany Is seeking to gain time and Mlntstor to llclglum, had been M. M. Towshend, coal "This, Is practically as much as will The Injured man was removed to a ican of his military district. In to maneuver opinion in the Uulted business visit, thorities hospital, where an examination dis requested, but not orderod, by tho preof tho southern part of tho duriuts tho cntlro case of war tho youngCBt classes States and other neutral countries." operator military autuorittes to towstate, displayed a .44 cajlber cart- ceding elovon months during the en- closed ho had sustained a fracture GormanAmerican flag from tho legawould bo culled first. After his 28th or Jesse tire disbursements of 1918 may bo of the skull. His condition is con- er tho ridge which was in the bolt .year a reservist would pass Into tho MARRIAGE LICEN8E ISSUED Mr. Thorpe for tion in Brussels. less thau the receipts for that year, sidered serious. SINCE OUR LAST REPORT James when tho latter was killed. body of tho unorganized miliWhllo tho news aroused deep feeluroat given Mr. Town-shen- d still at certain periods prior to June mcrly lived In Ohio county and Tho cartridge was ing In olllclal quarters and admittedOwtia, subject only to tho geuoral laws. recently in OwonBboro. by Mayor Pitman of Kansas tho treasury may need these certifi- moro Richard Wllloughby, Cromwell, to ly added to tho tension ot tho situaTho bill provides no orgiulzatlon City, a son of forraor Gov. Pitman. cate'! of Indebtedness to tldo it ov- cnsboro Messenger. Cromwell. Germauy it appeared after tho troops leavo training, but Orpha Brown, Mr. Thorpo, who formerly tion with Note whero er." I. H. JohnBOU, Fordsvllle, to Flora It was takon from Jamos belt doubtful whether thero was ground tho President Is given wdo latltudo bo brought lived at Mclloury, won famo In this time Tho bill probably wilt It hung across tho chair at the iu this regard. No changes In tho Calloway, Fordsvllle. section through his ball playing abil- for taking any action as Mr. WhltInscrip- up In the Senato Friday. Lorenzo Acton, Hartford, to Aru of his death. It bear the present National Guard system uro ity, and Is widely known. Last year lock, whllo in Belgium, has practition engraved on the side. "From provided for. Training would bo in Gentry, Narrows. - Recognized. he was severely Injured In a bull cally only represented tho American Ohio ttmntjcartridge E. F. Jackkon. Contortown, lo Lois Jesso James' Bolt." Tho work. Tho seat ot tho military districts comprising single Ohio county was recognized ut tho game when he collided with another rollof Is ono of tho old style with u bruss Government now hi at lUvre, States or groups of small States, and Barnes, Centcrtown. Tobacco player uud it scimiu tho bad lack has meeting of tho Eugene Her, Beaver Dam, R. 3, to primer Instead of the copper used Franco. the establishment by lcaso or Growers Association tu Owwiaboro; followed alia to Michigan uowadayrf. trulniuu cuntoniauntu la ouch Uronb Stewart. Beaver Dam, It. 'i. to-da- report does adlcato any belief that ConBresa on the mensuro at this scs- tho bill brings to a definite rtho universal aorvlco discussion 10 last few months and offers a Ic plan on which public sent! can crystullzo. 30 bill requires six months' train- without pay for all youths dur- ' their nineteenth year. Exomp- aro confined to tho members Iho regular army'and navy, those ilcnlly unlit, those who aro the support of dependent relatives those affiliated with religious kIh which forbid them to bear s. The latter class arc liable. eer, for training in the non-cont branches of the army. Is estimated tho bill would pro- o for tho training of 500,000 boys nually, each of whom would bo l!Srl0'ughed Into a rcscrvo for nlno rs after his training period. With lowances for ehrlnkago of classes liic to various causes ns mu year SB,, tills plan WOU1U givo a luim rco of 3,165,000 men who had had c inonthB' training, at tho end of cycle, all subject o first nlno-yccall for service only In tho event a "dnfcnslvo" war or the Itnnii- fienco thereof. Fhllo tho commltteo OFFERS A SUBSTITUTE FOB THE ADAMSON BILL Ug" Washington, Feb. 14. President Wilson is expected to dofer a deel Ion on tho question of furnishing guns to American merchant ships until ho decides whether to go before Congress and ask for additional authority for the protection of American ships and Uvea. It was Indicated In authoritative sources that there has beea no change In the policy of the Government up to tho present time and that none is in immediate prospect. The accumulation of incidents in volving violations of American right since tho diplomatic break with Germany is generally believed by Administration officials to be hastening tho approach of tho hour when tli President again will go beforo Congress. to-d- -- the" ..."l .".. ,.,. 'r to-da- rt b' ... to-d- ay nt us ns to-da- y, ro $11,-000,00- 0; - prh.hCZ.Ti: m affec-tlona- to 00 Bel-glu- m pur-chxs- of c ; ..rrc ,ffi Jl X. jH4g r 1 !I t :1 larga barn. o'd up and driven Into them of pasteboard which entitle Tho fear of heavy fines for tholr LAND AND AIR SEA, I to a rtdo. An eccentric-appearin- g violation of the food laws prevoutod AIRMEN DREAD .young man and his particularly ec- tho owner of tho pigs from clalm- g ' who nurneu u,. i WAR FORECASTED I'lnir their proporty. 1hN Hlrfththedoorofn Uroad way locator last If f Ui LULU nlRht Th0 mnn reached into his "BOYS IN IHiUK" TKNDKR i pocket, handed the doorman some HKKV1CHS TO 1'KIMIDKNT and, assisting his wife bc- THINKS tickets, KltKNCn ADMlRAIi stubs. HOU ;oro nim tnrncd to receive the HACHKI) r.mWCAli WOT TKUTONS Wll.h ATTACK ON ...... . ,,T IVAtt I .. il.l...... -- .. anlil lin Washington, Fob. 10. The serAIiTj H1DKS. "xneso are TEHIUJim I'Xiifc alii"'"' um"i two pockASCKNI). or vices of 20.000 "Hoys In Uluo," an doorman. At the rate FJJEHS CAN'T organization of Civil War soldiers, ets per second tho young man scorchworo tendered President Wilson toed himself. Then ho clapped his END day by William II. II. Taylor, of Now-por- t. hand on his forehead. "Good "heav- DESIRE A SPEEDY MIRAGE PLAYS TRICKS ens, Annie," ho gasped, I put tho Ky., president of tho organization, who states that tho men will seats In tho subway." And what AnUo nie said about bonchcads wna only AltlnitH tfrnnnny Hiu No Moro Than gladly give up their penslotiB. says they could do olllclent guard duon Ground Think Aviators heard by herself. Tho-Hundred Kubm.irluiv Tm ty at arsenals, supply depots and arMisled by Imaginary CTti Many LoM. At. They lawk my posts. Contitlpatlon Makes You Hull. That draggy, listless, oppressed Something (.'ood. feeling generally results from constl- Paris. Feb. 10. Combined attacks TIiomwho hate nasty ruediclno 10. G. . Grey, ed- - paliou. The Intestines are clogged on land, sou and In tho air Mill mark I.ondon, Feb. ls . of a British aviation mEgaVno, !in,j tj10 blood becomes end the should try Chamberlain's Tablet for itor Rcrmiin titanic efforts to tho following story f '", 1rials Ucvc thl3 condition nt onco with. Dr. 'war this spring according to Admiral nrthtlitntlnti. They aro nit tsan' ? - KlnB-aun-cub- l New Lire nils; mis of tho military aviators in kwopoIill(a2il th0 French Minister of Ma- - take and their effect is fo ,, tho and so natural that you will laxatlvo Is ulckly eifec-jr(n,n nn 1lterviow to.,lay tainla: a j080 flt bedtime will mako p.nr. i.o ... . .... that It has Iwi'n "Pnnnlu norialnlni: to tho flying ,i.. Obtalnablo services aro now beginning to tncle you fccl brighter la the mornlnB-- muny annoMi,ced her policy of unrc- - by n medleln. y at your Drug- - i strlcUt, ,,ca warfare. where. back from tho w lids of Mesopotamia, 0ct a bottle o pome of them because uioy.nao oecn glgt( 25e. .,T sUould l0t l)H surprl.d." he nrnmntpd. ' but niOSt Of them bOCaUSSL.i.i "ifi .1,.. (o,..,nJ tv. SOJ.1TA11V tXIXMNKMKNT O ! iui; u.i uimu.1 nnmnininv ill- -' i'" " they have boon eo moroiy cuuneu SOMK FACTS ABOUT lUf.uMma tacks on land with combined Zeppethat it Is time they were taken orf tho lin, aeroplane, subniarino and naval Alen In liui;;riii IUwirt i tvld Ie else to yronR Impressions of Flontin?; Mrnin-coo- l. grill and put somewhere attacks. They can hardly refuse to iht-- to 1'ji.ns Tlmo. tains of Ice Corrected. send out their Hett once more, after bring; "Tho returned waiylercra having told their own people tha it was the "Prisoner of Wo belii-vcurious GtorlcH of tho difference bot- There aro few matters about which tho Jutland defeat was a great vicV of sucu widespread ignorance prevails tory. Chlllon." Francois Honnlvard. who HyltiK vhere tho anrden tween going Insane In saved himself from Eden used to bo and flying under aa.lBout tho Ico masses with which Sttengtli. Concentrate long and solitary confinement In war coudltlous clsowherc, which, tJl0 xorth Atlantic, In tho region of "In accordance with tho Gcrnun Ills dungeon by repeatedly throwing a while suggestive of anything but the tuo Grand Banks, Is bestrewn every SIX MONTHS ON 10 YKAK, I Pin l Tho general '" darkness and letting Garden of Eden, are distinctly moro sprig and summer. ,!s it evidently Is tho intention to would and then . , , comforting to tho averago European. impression Is that this ico Is formed ,.lbm,irlne !t fM wl,cr" it ,h ... .. .xrrnt whllii actually under hostile ninn? thn roast of Newfoundland and ' SiriMlL'llI ill UilUU. lUnttlll fcl.i" ...t i hiarchlng In th straw until he ' .w..0 .. tire. Labrador and Is released every of January a good many submarines , found it Evi'.'i If weary days ami "Some of ray friends from Meso- - 3prinj;, but, In truth, the origin of returned to their bases without a nighth wero pasvd before the little potamla tell mo that so great is tho tj,e icebergs are huge masses of gla-he- corresponding number putting out to bit of metal was recovered, the man's mind was occupied with his onest on the ground that It is Irapos- - cIer3 formed in the vast Arctic con-sibm.nVrtnn nffort lo cud' tho war this n.l by that means tnk.'n from his to get high enough to gst cool, tneat of Greenland, onco owing to tho hot air rising to such The cittciers slowly, but lrresistl-nurmou- s spring as their, people are suffering P"R"t John Doyle O KrIH ' told tho writer of the.e words that heights. Evon In the hot- - bly, press seaward through Green-te- severely from our blockade. solitary contingent weather In Europe one perishes lamj valleys Into the ocean, where, "We are not rure Just how mnny'Whrn he was In (NOT SUNDAY) with cold at anything over 10,000 'Wben tho weight of the outer portion, submarines Germany has. but llo jiu a prison in Dublin, whtre he npont feet, but apparently In Mesopotamia once jt is unsupported by the land, not believe thero aro 200. For a jear before he wah ftnally swu to AND ono can fly lu a shirt and short pants becomes too grea, It breaks off from a while the Germans announced they the convict camp In West Australia r seditious act. hll.. u nntlt.li sol- at any height that an aeroplane can tno T,aront mass, a process called were hiilldint ono weekly, then tho I his own he accomplished reach. "calving." The calving portions be-- 1 number grew to threo wrekly Th's i j comes from madns In this way: iceberg, and sometimes j an Heat Hinders Filers. somewhat exaggerated. f geome- , i t.....u-- o uit i. i. Hiflirnit m nv wh.t the Gcr-- ! With his eyc-r- n. worked out infi.l..nnllt-- thn (Limn . . trical demonstrations by following ana ouen so at,iimnrinc8 i,avo been t makes it exceedingly dim miles in extent, inaeeu, tilings, on th Urn's of the tho rult to geC to any considerable height, vast that they ground on play shoals u (s hard to tell whcn a 8Ul)marin tho of his ls"iiart A Grout Monthly Magazine his Seated on of the Js gun): Whon ,t ls Ull it lUsap. floor by the because aeroplaao engines suffer as In tho region, until, winds, tho seas, the currents and pears un(,er tho water am, it s i,urd bench, ho would gaze for hours at exmuch as their pilots. Scientists these tiles, obliterating with his mind plain how and why water bolls r.t the son. they become topheavy and n tc whl.ther lt ha8 sunk 0r all but the Hues that be needed for" over again to break apart in- - . high altitudes at much lower , 'the purpose, and would find as mam than It does on the ground. to smaller fragments, wnicii are ier-((l Submarine Attacked. possible for problems neu soumwaro. on me oosom m u. but in Europe It la cold enough when "When a submHrino falls to return .solutions at 1,ls l",'"", AND high up to keep the water in the aero- - polar current and which ultimately t( tg base Ug numl)Pr ,8 transferred j. w,,lch wore Htm rrtfBh lri roach the avenues of travel. These tQ a ncw boat S(J there ,s ,l0 ln(,(ca. ry, for he wa- - but a outh lately from Plane engine? below the reduced Itis! school. In tho next cell to O Rrllly y boiling point. In Mesopotamia, how- - floes can only make their escape Uon Qf Uje logs ,n thl3 w langulshe.l a man who hid from tho Arctic waters during the,ccpta,n that ,ho Gotman loSHC3 hnvu near over, tho water Is perilously wild cries boiling point before it ever leaves brief summer month. ,uall one one Insane and More COMUcrMe ,0 'he attention It takes theso ice masses six or'j hubmBr,nC8 !iavo been tho ground, and nover has a chanco 2.- -, 'litil",s ''H' u 1'ls ' Kr,'",l of getting very much cooler as It eight months to voyage over the but we can't ;',r kpd SUC(.essfully Hut the ..-.(ion mllm Rpnnr.itliiir Melville flav . mathematical dUcTblon. r. i " Jailer, neelng hltu with ees long and of aviators In that re- - la West Greenland, from tho Grand e the troubles supposed that ho '..Many ask wliy Hrttish. long upon tho floor, Kion is tho boiling away of tho water Ranks, and the larger borgs, which v. w "!, go i had alread gone mad, but gently in their radiators. Tiie Krenc, ,lnd Italian fleets do not mad. and took pity upon him, grnnt-im- r engics are no better off because the oven longer on the way. Ju aml )lrag the G0rn)ans a,i Aus-him such favors at ho could. j These floes, and tho bergs, which oil suffers lu much tho same way. tran8 om tQ baU,e A Ultle studv ,t the end of his lonely captivity aro otten among mom, mil wnicn aroi of tUe map wU, convlnro ono ti,at "At certain seasons iu tho year, O'lU'llly'H mental powers were uni "" '" l"" whon alternate heat and cold In tho The Austrian fleet l8 ot advisable. Splendid Combination a Little Over impaired perhaps Increased. vastly larger number of bergs that day and night are complicated by Drolocted j,y the Innumerable The torment of a man or woman Halt The Price. heavy rains, all tho material In tho sa" along in solitary grandeur after r0Ay fortlncd lslan,is of tho Dalma aeroplanes themselves suffers badly, having had their progress retarded Uan 'Coa8t and Naturo has accord- - In solitary confinement is uo doubt various "X crouauiug on snoais or poims eJ even greater protection to the , generally in proportion to mo nmi- Thw woodwork assumes ness. the sensitiveness of the mental str.inee s,hanr.8. so that the unfortu- - or "". lrce luemsuives over mu German fleet. m()UJh of the E1Cf for Wo have a vivid pic- organization. are kept eternally Grand Banks and become tho very nato mechaulcs .,Tno Subscription onions at tliis ralo will ho sunenngs oi menace io oceuu bihpimi.k. or tno at work truing up machines which """i oi Mancei ls u nctworl; of narrow chan-'tur- e . T, (n. -- ..,. ,3 Cellini In the dungeon into which ho to lift when Ihe woodwork It would bo possible to ocupy tho Duly whon senl through regular refuse warps and tho fabrics distorted. Con whole of the spaco devoted to this that two rifcrlIlan cruisers, wis thrown by the 1'ope. Hut HonAgents iu this district. betjueutly tho air mechanics, work- - .article In merely summarizing tho; r(Jturn,nB aftcr tl)0 battle of Jutland, vemito was u great artist. In tho ma have lain of ocean steamers which, dur-!n- 'e h ing In a hath temper- - cas" ga) M ,mve b(jeI damaReil there next duiigcon there BKRRY 1). WALKER, . 'S,II0 Kross inalcfuctor who wac In- S the pait CO years, havo met dis-J- v aturo, have to do ever so much more t)(ilr own mJneB T() attack irurUbfd, Ivy. work than they would havo to do In utor ti.rougn collision wun icouergs Avf auch condt,onB wouId bo fool- - capable of such torments, ana to In tho wators of Newfoundland. All' ' ,fho pnemy ls bound to come whom the Imprlsonmout may havo moro reabcnablo climates. other records In this regard, how- ronnwented only a period of mental meet us. souncr or Mirage In Double Mlxttp. ' ever, wero completely overshadowed lout We know that men of vacuousiiess. The troubles of aviators aro still by tho appalling disaster to tho Ti COURIKR-.IOUUNA- L (X)., Lmiisvilh, Ky tuts duller iypo nave xuuieiuuvi. . Mngcring Cousin. Are lhiiiKcrmiH. moro complicated by the everlasting tanic. This mighty master crea well accustomed to tins lorm u ito- Get rid of that tickling cough that seemirages, uut because the snlators on Ul0 Brcatest Uie world has ever keeps you awake at night and drains! hit ion. this epoch of nothlngness.that tho mirage, nut hecauso tiioy no not Feun, was eiiiiunaieu ..,,, in uiu unci - ,.,.,., n i:iii' lliev nave tn nil 10 iiroier ii iu uuj -Tho reason for this is bat the air of a fow hourB turough thn thulr fellows. There a" a tacoc halm mMacl wMh Umt thl) poor wrctcll, scouts, looking vertically down on mIstakeu Wca of somo of thoH0 , H .remedy antlstpUc, give tlmo to Investigate the check. to the ground, can BM erectly what allthorty waa 30 ,)0ard that W,((S0 rilbtoratIim ,0 I.OX; LOST f'UKt'KS Jmw v FOUND, IS ItlMiinF In the meantlmu tho Jackson bank 1h happoning, whereas tho troops on BtPonK,v bullt that 8ho couid dery Prf m ., .. ....... .,r human comnanionshi.i .CK""' " imu .' got into communication with th the ground are confused by tho mir all agencies of naturo and raco with irriiUTPii iiHiiiiuruiiu ami klii mercifully decreed by cold germs; your cough la soou re-- ; has been age and seo thlugs which are not impunity through Jackson, Ky.,Fob. H. Fifteen hun- Winchester bank and found that ho seas. get wnor McCall, has his douhls wheth Delay Is da.igqerous ago had tills amount to his credit lu tho thoro. Consoiiiicntly when an aeroAs tho summer advances and tho ho wants this degrow of liberation dred dollars, lost three months, onco. Unit tho bun becomes moro powerful the berga Mr. King's Now Discovery nt plane brings Information Chicago salesman, may bo re- namo or Swift & Co. Tho Winchesor not. But In all likelihood ho will by n For yes- - ter bank, growing suspicious, country Is absolutely clear of tho melt Into smaller fragments or up- - ., . . nearly llfty years it has been 'sn.in ,. . ln clad of it. Impulses which covered thru ,.tho attempt made to tologram of Inquiry to Swift sent a i.. , & Co. unldepti.led man eiiemy along a certain roau me peo- - get ,)rpa,. Jnt0 nleces mi tho B,10a, by a" ST0 To. are natural may bo stilled to rest by'terday ., T They replied that they had no such plo ou tho ground are rathor apt to groua ot tho Grand Hanks, being thoy quickly rovivojdraw against deposits recently mado 3 long disuse, but man In tho field. because thon BWept ,nt0 tho RUlf Btream. day at your Druggist, 50c. mistrust hi.s observations ill' once more given an opportunity at a Winchester bank In the namo Tho man did not show up at tho par- - whr(J hcy ,e 1n they f.eo us they approach that of Swift & Co. tho way ot tht, steam-ticulfor their exercise. line of country things which er8 p,y,ng cast and wust( and caUB0 HTKAV lOUKKi:S Kl'ltSlBII November, W. U Welch, sales- Jackson bank tills morning and ofIn 40 IIUNRKY VIIiU(iKRS WAVi' I'omcroy has been more than pocket-boo- k ficers nro In search of him but havo only exist as an optical illusion. tho dipping casualties so frequent In his cell. Tho long period man for Swift & Co., lost a , In not as yet mndo uu arrest. 1,500 containing about "It Is worthy of nolo that the Hoy- - durlng th0H0 months. Sttll wigh-- al evidently rop.lucwr with a better Munich. Feb. 10. The meat ques-a- s very Naval Aalr Service has dono tlcr bergs, however, ground along tlon has unexpectedly boon solved undcrsUtidlng. a higher faculty, tho checks. Nothing has boon hoard of valuablo work In America Iu Meso-ltu- o lost checks which were drawn coast o Novfoundlatid in the 11a- -, nond who must onco havo dwelt lu tho operating B1)rIng nnd awnmor and movo south- - for a considerable time In the potamla with sorplauos ho must, no doubt. on sovoral of tho batiks of this secvorlan village of Schletthal, near bis soul. Uut still In I from tho Tigris, wblln the Iloyal Fly ward In tho fall. the prison. So-- .. tion until death Imdwtochafen. . In a curious way go to his hardly roonen Us arms to ing Corpu hao been operating from A man giving his uaiuo us M. A. .....,. l., 'nintv will ..... Admittedly tho worst danger men- .,....-.- . For Infants and Children aerodromes made of siuul,' The eaid nrlug transatlantic travelors hi mod- Mu.ler, representing himself to b I the perpetrator of his terrible crimes. es Ion ' to - terrlto- - !n Use Over sand aerodromes aro naturally far orn daySi wlth BtenraerB Df such speed ,""0 , Years , nut it will do society no harm to al- - Hw.ft's buying agent for thlfc from healthy for tho engines, and ono JftB nro )yinB on tho Atlantic, is that .,...: .., B.,. i J9 . low him now. In lila pitiful old ago, ry. deposited about ?l,r,ou in ciiccki Always beats .. the of the chief troubles In the life of th of conision with an Icoborg In a dense 1 moro on his fellows, nnd In tho Winchester Jlank, in tho namo Signature look once plv tho poorer classes with pork. 1 .... I. Int n -- -. -unfortunate air incchuuic la to keep j fo; kov1ow of Kovlows. ho camo to At. .. iue. l,...t. .... ....... ..... oAntiri . of Swift & Co. Thon to securo Tho food commission of tho dls-i. , ,. tho onglnea from getting chocked tho with the criminal. HJs Jackson and attempted "cn suffer ct learned that n number of farm-!"- " up with grit, which ls sucked in with ' - cash on a check of like amount drawn disgrace, a is p.....D..u.v.... ...v ory hnd raised more pigs than woro Comparing Impression. tho ulr Into the carburetor, and they, j on tho Winchester bank, which was ......"- i.. reported by them An Investigation .aiu w.u FOR FLETCHER'S "Did you seo tho pleased express tell mo thut even at quite high levels by an olllcer ot ono ot tho nicy refused hill tiftfnro the Invest! self for its daritor lapses, the onclnes manage, to consume qulto getting rid of local banks. This check on which ion on Mrs. llrowii's fuco when I told reached tho village tho form- - must go on. Hut In EUtora n largo iiuantlty of Hies, tho then thoy .......... ho desired to securo tho cash waa her sho didn't look any older than .,.....-- ., .u ,......, ors. to escape. punishment, . drovo For Bale. are above the sand lovol! . willed whu nftitii liitncled in mado payable to U. II. Hoard, whom her daughter?" said Mr. Railway, cat. .. ,, . containing, tholr unreported nogs, over juu hii'"'" Two ucrcfl of land, - . - . , ho represented himself to be. Ho ter tho recoptlon. ' eood dwelling, bam and out build- - all. Into a nearby forest. Tho anl- - " l "No," said Mrs. ltadway "l waa J'ut in M'roiiK 1'asteboartls. society may u, sa u 10 re hov.evor told that ho would havo to thought, Thero uro many things dropped In , lugs, also lino well of water, located I muls roarued about several . days.but mnvn nn lnriil.nu ... . frntn IIh own bo Identified and to como back, to looking at tho expression on her uy imi -, tho subway ticket chopper by abeout-- , In town ot lUrtlord. Torms cay. thoy woro flnaliy utscoverea the butik the next luorzilug so uo to daugl: tor's face." Now York Tliaw. iuwtlcators, iio huU ibvnt rouuu- Biindwl rWTt beslUt tho Uttlo piece Aply to Baruott &. Ttneltr . I nnril llr UlllULn rnTSl contrlc-nppearin- gsVftVWj CALL ON US For Overcoats, Suits, Odd Pants, Ladies Coat Suits and Cloaks. Don't miss us. All new and suj - - pols-oncd- Ite-tcl- s non-gripi- ' b. e( ,.,,., ..,, 1 pl ., Hi4fo Clothing Co. J -- !' HARTFORD, KY. . nt J1MV $2.0 $4.00 COURIER Daily By Mail sss!Vsf;v'viv,!2 O I --- ,-- -- t.....i ,i. i at - JOURNAL lo st 1 I '". re-w- as .. ARM arid FAMILY lng-hea- ci-l- le During January La ( ... ""tat h.t February Only atr-cooi- "" b""" tl. Special Rate Period Limi(ed to These Two Months; at 1 '"" . ,.j '.., Mtper-Turkin- ....,.,.,'.,. n . , - .t lVWWftflWWB "? ..,,. fr. Gov-Move- d. Ico-lad- . t Z d-- Z ar ,era to-da- y. CASTOR A For ' ".... hLLr lu Z 30 Oliilcljon Ory CASTO R A -o- .'. fiu-nrili-f- ." i- - -- .'.... """"""" "" , . v. GREATEST OF TAX lithographic work occur In moro miirnlvo beds Hint nnist first bo flawed Into slabs of proper thlcknoss. High cost or labor In tho United SUites and of railroad as compared with ocean transportation havo nls.i stood In tho way of tho domestic Industry. Quarrying of tho Bavarian stone, however, Involves tho handling of largo quantities of waste, and tho waste piles nround tho quarries' today form hills of considerable size. Tho marketing of crushed stone nnd similar products from tho Brandenburg quarry should go far toward eliminating tho cost of quarrying from tho expense of preparing lithographic stone. With thin advantage It may ho possible, oven after tho European war Is over, to market the Kentucky stono In competition with tho Uavnrlan stono, tho better grades of which under normal conditions bring G to 6 cents a pound for 10 by 12 Inch stabs, nnd tho poorer grades 1 14 cents a pound for slabs of tho samo size. U. S. Geological Itoport 'for Feb., 1917. LOYALTY URGED BY est ally of tho Jews In their struggle' for national rights." mm fVmw ' ' IMPOfflS KNOWN PKICHHNT AltMIMHTKATION 1)1. VISKS MO UK WAYS TO TAX I'KOI'l-U- . Tho national administration Is wltlmut a rivhl in ono ri'Hpoct. It kan devised moro varieties of tnics ,triati any slnco I ho Civil War, when tlio falo of tho Nnlon was in llio balance. In addition to Ittt (nrllT for mviMiuu only and tko ordinary Internal rovcuuo taxes, It linn luvlod Increasing Ui3lC8 mi Individual incomes niul iitmlltihud tho exemption on corporation taxes. It him invaded tho yIIIiikoh and cities nnrt taxed circus-w- , theatir!i and pool tallies. It Iihh demanded a toll from thn niournini; widows niul orphniiB. For a limn It collects pennli'rt at tho telephono kontliB and telegraph nfllccs and added Insults to Injury by taxing debtors Winter Brings Cold To Children., n tho ovlduuccrt of their indebtedA child rarely goes through the ness. Hut lifter all theso heroic efwhole winter without a cold, and evforts to wring more money from the people by" oppresfllvo taxation, as tho ery mother should havo a reliable platform would pay, tho remedy handy. Fever, soro throat, prolligato viiHte of it leaves n hugo tight chest and croupy coughs are suro symptoms. A dose of Dr deficit looming. Honoy will loosen the Dr. McAdoo recomtncndti that tho Hell's I'Ino Tar phlegm, relieve the congested lungs Inpatient ho hied again. Ho would tax fiO per nnd stop the cough. It's antiseptic crease tho Inheritance cent hb n starter. This has always pine balsams heal and soothe. For croup, whooping cough and chronic been considered a tax on privilege try Dr. Hell's troubles ami thcro Is no national privilege, bronchial Honey. At nil Druggists, iiliico there Is no inheritance under I'Ino Tar 3 the federal laws, hut llttlo things like 2Cc. ttJt do not count with this ndmiuls- Bleep: trM'on, '.lien It fees tho prospect of my room, and closgetting nnolher $22,000,000 a year Sleep crept Into ed my eyes to squander. Hut even this will not kisses on my tax on ,WIth poppy-scente- d An additional be enough. face, prollts of corporations and partnermy soul a patr of golden ..hl.s In proponed. It has corno to And gave wings, utpiitlon of Dr. McAdoo that With which It drifted, lazy, Into soine of tlieni aro guilty of tho scan- i space. S per dalous offenso of making over Ho would ' cent on their Investment. Fairyland opened wldo Its moonlit levy another 8 or 10 per cent on this gates, excess. Soino may get around It by j Bidding my spirit enter thcro and paying their ofliccrs bigger salaries rest; and leaving nothing for tho common allowing for I And Memory, attired in robes of Btockholders, but after gauze, that. Dr. McAdoo figures that he can year from thlB Stood sHently to do my soul's beRet $500,000,000 a hest. eourco. ' This would Iw moro than niggardly Rehalf tho amount tho dipped they Into Other publicans spent for all government- Together Years, purposes, when thoy hail charge al j changed to mirrored of affairs. Hut Dr. McAdoo Is taking Kitchnnted, pools of light. Ho knows tho wur may no chances. iThOy cawo where Nightmare stamp-- j end, which might cause a slump la ed and raved most Improbable ru- I profits. Tho Without tho onyx gates of Night. mor of pence Is enough to sluku tho ! market. As u matter of precaution, Old friends, Hkcwiso released by he would have Congress authorlzo a Sloep, bond Issue or $283,000,000, no the Were thcro. And on a Bnowy stage country might havo some Bouvcnlr Moved olden bits of farce or trageof tins administration. dy Half played when Time had turned Kerouiiiiendntlon. The Ilet tho Tcge. Tho strongest rccruncndatlon any &Ulcle may receive Is a favorable on nd on ray soul. It would word from tho user. It Is tho recom Audi not stay, mendations of those who havo used J So mightily it gloried to 1e free. It that makes Chamberlain's Cough Till far across tho Eastern bills, the Hemcdy so popular. Mrs. Amanda Dawn Glcrliart. Wayneafleld, Ohio, writes, and called my captive back to 'Chamberlain's Cough Keniedy hns Arose, mo. my family oft and on keen used In St. Louis rosMDIspatch. for twenty years and it has never a cough or cold." ObfAlfed to cure a All Out of Proportion. m tainable everywhere. . Inmate Tho Judge didn't treat mo square. LITIIOOUAIMIIO STOXIJ A NKW Guard How's that? INDUSTRY IN T1IK U. 8. j Inniato I'm only 20 nnd ho gave e map In 191G for tho first time there mo tho a mo sentence as that old over there. production of lflb n considerable Guard What was it? stouo In this country. This Iuumte Llfo! according to Information production, received by G. I Loughlin. of the United States Geological Survey, of tho Interior, was mado A by tho Kentucky Lithograph Stono Co., which has qunrrlos at Brandenburg, Ky., nr.d an olllco In Louisville. In 101C tho company sold 40,000 pounds of finished stouo at prices ranging from ZVj to 27 cents a Woman Saved From Seri Tor somo years previous pound. ous Surgical Operation, ' email quantities had been sold In Louisville, but lit 1910 Louisville, Ky. "For four years I stono was shipped to buyers as tho Washington, suffered from female troubles, headfar nway as Cleveland, aches, and nervousness. I could not New York, and Uoston. sleep, had no appetite and it hurt me to nt llraudeiiburg con- walk. If I tried to do any work, I Tho quarry which would have to lio down boforo it was tains thrco distinct beds from finished. The doc-tomny bo obtained. lithographic stono snid I would of theso bedu nro ubout 3 feet Two havo to be operated on and I simply thick nod ono 9 to 10 feet thick.o llmo-etonbroke down. A They aro separated by bods of friend advised mc or othor varieties and make to try Lydia E. up only about 20 por cent of tho Pinkhom's Vegebo removed. Tho table Compound,ll ctono that must is and tho result is remaining 80 per cent, however, d feel like a new wompulvcrlz-eavallablo for crushed and an. I am well and othllmcstouo, chicken grit, and strong, do all my quantities own houso work and er uses, and considerable purposes In have an eight pound baby girl. I know wero marketed for theso Lydia E. Pinkham'8 Vegetable Com191C pound saved me from an operation develop-mon- t which every woman dreads. " Mrs. Tho greatest dimculty In of lltltogrnphlc stono quarries Nellie Fishbacu, 1C21 Christy Ave, Louisville, Ky. been tho In tho United States l.s Kveryono naturally dreads tho Burhigh cost of quarrying and proparing geon's knife. Sometimes nothing else with tho will do, but many times Lydia E. l'ink-ham- 's tho stone in competition Much Vegetable Compound haa saved well known Bavarian stono. tho patient and made an operation unstono Is reported to occur In necessary. of this t'Hn layers that roqulro only planing Jf you nava any symptom about vrh!ch and polishing before uso, whereas you would like to know, writo to the Medicina Co., Lynn. Lydia all Unowu deposits in the United Masa, E. Pinkhom ndviso jjlvn free. for helpful aro at all uitabJo for Blates that I j ' i ' lc I I Severe Cold Quickly Gored. "On- - Doeemlier first I had i very severe cold or attack of tho grip aa it mny be, nnd was nearly down sick PROPOSES in bed," writes O. J. Motcalf, Wcath-crbAMjIANUK'S HKAIl Tlltilll FUNDS IJK TUKNKI) Mo. "I bought two bottles of 'OVKK TO U. 8. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and It was only a low days until I was comI firmpletely rastor'd to health. Philadelphia, Feb. 9. Dr. Charles ly hcllero that Chamberlain's Cough J. Hexamcr, president of tho Natlon-- 1 Remedy Is ono of tho very best medGorman-America- n Allianco, to- icines nnd will know what to in when night mado public a loiter ho has I have another cold." Obtainable, m jont to members of that organiza- everywhere. tion urging them to remain loyal to America In tho present national cri- TO TELL A SHEEP'S AGE JlY THE THETH sis and advising them of tho action aken by tho Allianco nt a meeting A Iamb hns eight small first-teet- h ticro Inst Wednesday night. Itcsolu-loii- s wcro adopted at .this meeting on tho ower Jaw. When tho nnlnial indorsing tho action of President reaches tho ago of about ono year, Wilson in severing diplomatic rela- tho middle pair are replaced by two tions with Germany and In caso of permanent teeth; at tho ago of about war It was decided to turn tho funds two, tho teeth on either side of these ollcctcd for German wnr relief over permanent teeth, aro also replaced with a permanent pair; at the ago of io the American Red Cross. In his letter Dr. Hexamcr said: three, tho next tooth on cither sldo "I beg leavo to Inform you that on gives way to a permanent tooth; and Wednesday night tho directors of tho at about the ago of four, tho last or N'ntlonul Finance Committee of the back teeth aro replaced in llko manAlliance lier. National German-America- n Briefly then, a sheep with one pair for alleviating suffering met with me, and that we resolved that if war jf permanent teeth is a yearling; a should ho declared all collections for glieep with two pairs is a two-yethe German fled Cross and for wid- jld; with three pairs, a three-yea- r ows and orphans shall be stopped and lid; and with four pairs, a four-yethat only collections to aid tho Unit- old. ed States shall bo continued. After a shoop is four years old, "Tho National German-America- n rone cannot tell by tho teeth about Allianco must, In this crisis, stand .ho ago. However, ono who Is on the samo high plane of absolutely a sheep, should sec to it that Americnn patriotism which it has al- t has not lost any teeth, or that the y ways upheld, and unless It docs so ceth have not becomo long and It has no right to exist in our counIn nvpearaucc. GERMAN AMERICANS Chlldttftit Cry for Fletcher's y, 2be nJml You Hare Always Bought, nnd which has been in use for over over 30 years, has tome tho jrignaturo of - and has been, mado tmdor his pcr- Bonal its fsrJC&&7t7. Anovf supervision Biico you infancy. aSry. cticSlivZ dy, n0 one t0 ia thls All CiiunterfehE, Imitations and " " are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger tlfe health of Infants oat Children Experience against Experiment. 0 Jnst-as-go- Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor 03, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. For moro than thirty years it has hcen in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Fevcrishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aid3 the ussimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural' sleep. I'he Children's Panacea The Methei's Friend, What is CASTOR1A esrausNE CASTORIA always pBears the Signature of ar ar (zxTeu&U la The -- pur-.hasi- Use For Over 30 Years K.ind You shoo-.icgg- Have Always Bought CITY. try." TO OUST SPIES 33iS2EiZ5282H W THE RRNTAUR COMPANV, NfWVORK IS SOUGHT BY NEPHEW of handits FRIEND'S MICE a occa-alonal- ly rs !?Hk "nulsa, Okla., Feb. 11. Scout Younger, ot Tulsa, nephew of Colo nil Bob Younger, early-da- y bandits who wore with Jesse, and Frank execuWashington, Feb. 12. An lames in some of their raids in this tive order to exclude spies and oth.ountry forty years ago, is trying to er undesirable persons from the Panlocate a box said to contain $63,000 ama Canal Zono and give to tho Govmoney and treasure, and to have ernor virtually unlimited authority in been burled by the James band in to regulate immigration thre haa the vicinity of Tulsa many years been signed by President Wilson. ago. The text of tho document has not Scout Younger, from the dcscrln- been mado public, but It is under- I tion furnished him by Colo Younger stood to contain drastic provisions, on a visit to Tulsa shortly bevery broad In terms, to prevent en- while fore Ills death, believes the treasure try oT persons who "would bo a men-ne- e is burled In tho Lost City Canyon, to tho general welfare." six miles northwest ot Tulsa, on the The order al3o contains a comprebank of the Arkansas River. Colo hensive provision for protection of Younger was unable to give exact loThe Governor may the wr.tcrway. owing to the cutting of a new of n cation expel uny person convicted or whoso presence road lnJhat. direction, which docs criminal offen-not follow tho cattlo trail of border in hi Judgment would tend to cre- days. ate pnbllc disorder or in any manOne of the ner Impede prosecution of work on Younger as last statements of Cole he lay on his deathbed the canal. Its maintenance, opera- some two years ago was an Injunction tion, sanitation or protection. to Scout Younger to contlnuo search for this burled trensuro until It wa3 THi: INDIES' HOME JOURNAL, found. Tim SATURDAY EVENING POST It Is said that 'Prank James, who and THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN died a few years ago, was anxious In wldh to secure the spare time of a his declining days to search for the nisei or woman to act as local reprefortune which lay buricd near Tulsa, sentative In Hartford nnd vicinity, hut 111 hailti forbade him undertaklooking after the renewals of their ing It. many subscriptiosn In this section, and Introducing theso publications Fish Story About a Dog. to new readers. Payment will to Dr. Alan Welch Smith and his felninde In salary and commission. Pre- low owners of a duck pond on Sau-vle- 's vious experience Is desirable but not Island havo presented to tho af.sontlnl. For details addrexs, with world a now species of animal,' to references, Box 6G, THE P.URT1S wit, tho carp hound. This dog eata PUBLISHING COMPANY, Independllsh and Insists on taking them alive 17t2 right out of tho water. ' ence Square, Philadelphia. o When Dr. Smith and his friends G. O. P. EDITORS OK INDIANA visited their pond a short time ago PLEDGE TO SLTPORT WILSOft uoy founU most of tho wheat they 'had carefully planted as duck bait Indianapolis, Ind., Feb. 10. Cast- - wa3 BOn0t lng nsido party lines, members of tho I Tho evidcnt slzo of tho mouthful InHaun Republican Editorial .Asso- - Luantitlcs ln wulch it ,md ueen tak. elation ut a banquet hero last night, . cn awayt atlUcd t0 tho 6carcIty or pledged undivided patriotism for tho ducl:3 icd tae nunt8men to believe American Kntlon in tho fnco ot the aU was not rlght. thoy BU8pectod tho crisis in forclgu relations and uu- -, objects of their charity had been oylalty to President Wilson, i uodi .0 Frank D. Willis, former Governor . ..'Carp said a sage member of tho of Ohio, wns a speaker. mirtv. As if to tirovo his livnotliesls "Having gotten Jnto tho European , IV ,,g fl6h jUstjlieu lnsolvently swung broil thru tho salo of war munitions lnt0 tn0 wheat flcId and weut away x to the belligerent's," ho said, "wo may JWtu ilIs mouth full, havo to fight to get out of It. If so, . AnotUcr of tho party had a dog. every Republican will sustain the no waa au intelligent dog, and when Govertfiient ln all proper steps to 3 uiagtor took him to ono sldo and protect Americnn rights, insisting confided to him tho dirty tricks tho meanwhile that no American soldier IlsU had boon playing tho dog took bo sent to spill his blood on Europe-so- il it to heart. to settlo the quarrels of kings." Tlio noxt carp that started for tho wheat mot an untimely death. Tho HALF MILLION JEWS READY carp hound let out a yell which TO DEFEND THEIR COUNTRY frelehtencd tho finli out of Its wits, then, whllo tho carp was still dazed, Now York, Kob. 12. If war comes, sank its teeth gently but firmly In tho Jews of this country "will aacrl-(lc- o tho enemy's back and took him out tbomsolvcs for America," Hen- of his native oloment. ry Moskowltz, chnlrnian of tho MuniTho doe continued his raids until cipal Civil Scrvlco Commission, said tho jiond wns nearly vacant, so far y boforo the National Work- as carp wcro concerned. At tho end of a weok tho hunters men's Committee on Jowlsh Rights, In convention hero with delegates ' found tliolr wheat practically In- ram an parts 01 1110 uuuou eiaien. ; tact.- Clilcaga Trlbuno, o "Lot us show America," ho added, lliisiness Scholarship. 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K.nUrwi nwwMlfn to law HrU'ir.1. Kj., M null (Mia, rsttr t of h I'lwtomw iid the Editor ALLISON .1. HARNETT W. 8. TINSLEY,. .Business Manager Address all coMmunlcatloas The Hartford Republican. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBEHS flottrlbM dwilrtix? th (MiaTMUt t n t'l a')ilri- - to i .!i kddrMJi mtmt Klrr tli la makUir the " 2' rttjUMt. Uwlnw I.oenl nnl Nullim IOe rr IlLe anil to yrr llDtlrir wrli uiJdlilouiil Infllod. Obltunrle Itwolailiiri" nn.l Kuril ol Th mln.Sp IIdv, rnuBejr In ' ill i J! Hi 1 Chimb Notion fur nrlcw inlritit. dfrtlinDi". AOonraoQ. tUDtlon tcrllii. ctriimuiilmtliinii will ....... In. ot other balled. Your nppcaranco Is your application and your recommendation. If you are Interested and can not bo present In person write tlio secretary of tho Club nlvlni; your Ideas and encouragement. The bond issue failed last yeur and the FIscnl Court can It romulns to- -' do little financially. th'j citizenship to raise tho money If tluy would havo this modern high way cross the county. Tho two county papers arc bub bltng to fight for tho road but they can do nothing further until they of all are assured of tho the pcoplo. It Is not n question of whether you would like to havo the highway or not, but rather, of whether or not you aro going In to get It If neighboring counties agree to do J 'U. S. CITIZENS HELD IN MEXICO ndvanco. m:i:o and three IIAXDITS. cowboys twi'Tfitr.n hy mormon For KcjroM'iilrtfclTU. are authorized to announce tW L. K.AIItHV for th candidacy of Kepu lil lean nomluatlan for of Ohio county. Subjcat to tho Primary Klcictlon, Saturtay. Wo Ittpr-pentatlv- e ASK I'orw:irtl $5,000.00 RANSOM Dritinnd to Kinploycrs Of Cnplors Aro Part of Villa Hand. August 4, 1017. Wo Xcrrt , rclT no their part. -' gratifying feature of tho coin banquet given by tho Lincoln ''- - W4$MfWMBBBBBBBBBBH j Fop County Judge. aro authorised to nnnounco th candidacy of .MACK COOK for th Itcpubllcan nomination for Judge of the Ohio County Court. Subject to tho Primary liluction, Saturday, August I, 1917. Wo aro authorized to nnnounco th candldncy of It. It. WIUMUXO for thu Her jblican nomination for Judgo 0f tho Onio County Court. Subject to tho Primary Election, Saturday. August I, 1917. A thi: lixcolx banquet. Lin- J leourlor to Hachltn. TEi-PIIOlT- XC. Hi !l: t!l (3 1 '.'! 1 ' Protcctlvo Club at Louisville Monday night was the tplrlt of patriot-IsWo aro authorized to announce tlu shown by the speakers and tho .FEBRUARY 10 assemblage. candidacy of II. II. MARTIN for tho FRIDAY. "Stand by tho Prcsl- Ilopubllcan nomination for Judgo of jdont In this national crisis," was tho Ohio County Court. Subject to not, heard on all sidos and enthusiastic The sweet things of life come iho Primary Election, Saturday, August A, 1917. appiauso mway3 loiioweu. mat from beats. spirit Is more commendable when one Wo aro authorised to nnnounco tho A consoling thought for the admin- - considers that the leading campaign candidacy of .1. A. BELLAMY for tho subma- - cry of the opposition last fall was, titration Carranza has no Paso, Feb. 14. Joo Ync. Republican nomination for Judge of "IIo kept us out of war," and that Subject to rlno fleet. RmJi or, with his Villa command, oc- - tho Ohio County Court. tho impression was made upon th the Primary Election, Aug. 4, 1917. cupitd OJltos, an American-owne- d Indiana has gone dry. It was votors that Mr. Hughes would g(t forty-flvranch in Moxico, For County Court Cli-- k. ' nl'es southwest of the Cornor ranch Jcnown to have been brewing for a the country Into war. The campaign Wo are authorized to nnnounco tho of last year should, and no doubt long while. 'Hm-iday- . Ono American negro Is candidacy of W. f BLANKENSBIP will, be a lesson to America. After for j l.pliT, held thero for ransom and for the Republican nomination County Clerk of Ohio county. There's no fool like nn old fool, election the President should have ihrn Amorlcan Mormon cowboys, Subjoct Courttho Primary Election. to ' wno wero captured during they Bay. Hut why shouldn't one of Die support of his people in dealing tho raid Suturday, August 4. 1917. with foreign nations and nothing experience excel? y on tho Cornor ranch, also1 should ho said, or done, during the are Icllevod to be hold for ransom ' Wp are authorized to announce tho candidacy of M. V. Clll'.MI.KY for tho When in Home do as Home does campaign to make hard tho giving pn- jut O'itos. Americans (County Republican but don't expect Iho geese to always of such support by every American :rjlUd the border to pro ant a rope- - Court Clerk nomination for Subject of Ohio county citizen. on hand to save you. be t Hon of raids. (o the Primary Election, Saturday, GEO. P. JuNfcS. Ono of tho most interesting talks linerost in Mexican border nffnlrs Auguit 4. 1917. was that by " Ohio county's representation at the rr.ado at the Republican for shl'tod suddenly from tho contem - A ro authorised to announce tho Lincoln banquet consisted entirely Capt. Hrown, tho Civil War veteran, Plated Mila attack on Juarez to the nuniIaej. of ,,. . who told of meeting the great AbracoxlT for lho of Ohio of tho younger Hepublicans. orerations of Salazar and his mount- - itcpubllcan nomination for County personally. Capt. ham Lincoln 1 Court Clerk of Ohio county. cd force. Subject Percy Haughton bay3 baseball fana Brown urged that every citizen let Following the raid on tho Corner to tho Primary Election, AugiiBt 4, and devotion to the Hopubllc that exthey will the President know that they want slugging. Next thing rmirh. wlllrh Is lnrnlnil nn fli Arnnr. 11 t. ists in both houses of Congress. geek to apply the Queensbcry rules. approved of his action In tho contro- COIINTHY QUIET As ono member of Congress said, lean side of tho boundary, Salazar's For Sheriff. versy with Germany and are ready "All tho administration has to do forces occupied OJltos, taking prisWo aro authorized to nnnounco the "A literacy test might keep somo tQ raIy iQ tho colors If war comes. CLOU at this time Is to ask for what It oners nino Mexicans, together with candidacy of G. A. RALPH for tho Of the politicians out of politics" Thf, a(lvlco w as greeted with cheers. wants along the lino of maintenance "Bunk" Spencer, nn American negro, RepMlcan nomination for Sheriff of jsllzabctlitown Mews. True, nui me i Could tho tall, stately figure of employed by E. K. Warren & Sons, Ohio county. Subject to tho Priof national honor." Jkeglslaturo can't meet without a Abraham Lincoln have stood before mary Election, Saturday, August 4, ncordlng to reports received quorum. 1917. those who had gathered to honor his N'O No ono wns killed when Salazar oc- OUTWARD SIGNS OF THE UN- Tlio Vfiw I.onlln nt Ihrv fTnlln.l ' InemorJ' no wuld havo approved tho c,,nlc(1 OJltos. All Riirnnn In nt wnr. Mexico and Wc aro authorized to announce tho USUAL ACTIVITY BY THE nml States nulr.tlv Ret Itn rinplnnt candidacy of S. A. BRATCHER for """ DcllMIIIll F)P Ransom. The United B,ml1 ul i"""U"biu UNITED STATES. Cuba have revolutions. In mn,l II ' fcn he would havc Republican nomination llls hcarer3 Is on tho verge of hostilities ' inland for $6,000 ransom was the of Ohio county. Subjectfor toSherall parts of the country. stato chair- iff tho ,1,adc Upo" " ' 'Mrcl'ea at'aB d!d lhe otl,er sneakers, to stand And tho solons havo gathered Primary Election, Saturday, August men and secretaries wero communl- by the President In this national crl- trfccr n"Cn ntcrost3. 1. 1917. Frankfort. What a busy, busy lit !sls. ADT7 TMTmrPTP HUE. TTMTXT7n mte.l will,. ...n.l, . lh,. ,,n..nnl l,n.l. .kI forwarded th from Hachlta to C, K. Ulllt ILL; jniuiiuia ,... Munitjuiuu"- - uv(jUU --ItO (le old earth. Wo aro authorized to nnnounco tho ui ReV'arren nt Three Oaks, Mich. ' work In aid of, first of all, the Na ports from Machlta said Warren had ' candidacy of G. P. JOXEft for the "Yankee women expect to rnako HEAVKIt DAM FARMERS f?ifiiihl(r.nn nnmlnnllnii fnr Rliorlff vy and then relief and preparedCHAUTAUQUA FEB. 20-2- 1 to protect ot onto county. Subject to tho Prl- Morohcul water records," says a headlino in Factories Offer Plants' In Cne Of ness In general. In connection with According to Fpei.cer ran- - mary Election, Saturday, August 4, tho Chicago Tribune. War Correspondent Tells Of tho American Red Cross tlio Navy Fom paid,and had ordered tho ChauSecond Annual but agents of tho Wnrrcn 1917. tho contempt for tho battling fluid Conditions. Leaguo will work and as the days " they had urg- rhown near Juarez recently they will tauqua for farmers of 'Ohio county. pass this work will bo systcmatls-e- d Interests said Wo havo secured for Ohio county, ed the ransom be refused. have no rivals from Mexico. We tho- moro and moro and elllciency In- 2nd Chautauqua to be Three Americans held at OJltos aro candidacy of E. H. HOWARD for tho Washlngton, February 12. With creased. Money has begun to roll hold nt Heaver Darn Tuesday and THE FOREIGN SITUATION. Republican nomination for Superln-Huggraver than anything In from patriots from Maine to Call-th- Andrew Peterson, Burton Jensen and tendont of Schools of Ohio county.h In splto of desires to the contrary Wednesday, Feb 20 and 21, begin- - a condition Acord. r, In the patriotic has arisen since tho Spanish fomla to assist ono can only expect to hear the sud- - nlng at 10 o'clock each morning, Salazar was Joined at OJltos by t,eavors- Somo of the best talent tho State den news somo day In tho no distant tho activities of the Govern- Uilliu i i iiuitiiviu .Uliuiiiiu uutl Ills which raided tho Corner ranch, ac futuro of tho loss of American life 'and U. S. Agricultural Department raent do not Indicate to the casual ob- For .lollop. Wo aro authorized to announce the at tho handB of that country wo no can afford will bo present. These server the true condition of affairs. ! The quc&tion is being asked, cording to advices from Hachltn. ..What can wo d()? mcanlnB ,)y ..wc.. Fears that tho men might bo execut- - candidacy of M. C. SHROADER for longer recognize as friendly. When fcpeakers will discuss farm problems the act comes there Is but ono course, from a farmer's view point and will The situation at' this writing Is dif- tho United States. This question ed by Salazar's men were expressed 'tho a dark bloody ono It is, to follow, bring to our aid tho vast stores of ferent from any other In which tho has been answered by a student of by friends of the Mormon cowboys irimury Election. Saturduv. Amrust country ever found Itself. Visible International affairs and of present , hero ex-J4, 1917. Wo havo had our say and it rcmnlns knowledgo of our Government excitement !s lacking. Tho embas- conditions abroad, who Indicates that Do Xot Cross Border. Germany to dotermlno whether pcrtu. Wo aro authorized to announco tha Two troops of tho Twelfth UnitSomo of tho noted npeakors who sies and legations of the different first of all tho moral Influence of our rights shall bo respected or de- -j countries, Including those of Ger- - tho United States Is of such tro- - ed States Cnvulry went to the border candidacy of J. W. DUVALL for will bo present aro Dr. Crlsaler (Vot- fended. nomination for Jailer of many, Austria and Turkey, still havo mendous value that If nothing else but aro not believed to have Ohio county. Subject to tho PriTalk of mediation Is ridiculous, orlnary Surfcon) on Farm Sanlta-I- t tholr Bhades pulled up, and the aver- - WCro done it alono would be of great crossed In pursuit of tho bandits. mary Election, Saturday, August 4, n might afford a disguise for a back- -, tion, and Common Diseases of a main. Prof. N. R. Elliot, on Hortl-thln- g ago observer apparently does not aid to tho Entcnto Allies. But in There also arc troops at Dog Springs, 1917. on tho part of Germany, Ger- - addition to this moral support, Clcncgas and at Alamo Hucco, near to bo welcomed but hardly ex- - culture, Prof. T. It. Bryant, Animal ;ivo theni ono concern. At the Wo nro authorized to nnnounco tho Embafcsy on Massachusetts Av- - tcrlal aid can Lo given, mid undoubt-enu- e, tho boundary. candidacy of E. E. TINHLHY for tho pected In view of tin; fact thai tho Husbandry; Dr. Fred Mutchler, Copolicemen In the vlclnl- - odly will bo at tho first outbreak of a few Salazar Is believed to havo moved Republican nomination for Jailor of Imperial Government acted knowing operation; J. E. Crlder, Tho Homo county. Subject to tho Primafull well tho position wo wero com- Dairy and Butter Making; Mrs. Helen ty of tho big rod building do not hostilities, in aiding tho British Xa- Into Western Clilhua In order to Ohio ry Election, August 4, 1917. pelled to take, but we have no con- ::. Wolrolt, Homo Economics; Prof. look out of place. Tho samo condi- , vy to sweep tho, seas clear of sub- represent Francisco Villa at a conEmbas-ymarines. Tho rollof of tho British ference soon to bo held somewhere We uro authorized to announco tho cessions thul roiild l.i iiui:crj.b'y '.X I). Slado, Poultry, und perhaps tion nppllog to tho Austrian and It Is doubtful If ono person and French patrol In Hie western At- south of Ilnchltn. Delegates from candidacy of S. A. LEE for the Reprln- - others. U is n clearly iloilnrd Tnnd. Gov. Esteban Cnntn, of Lower Cali- publican nomination for Jailer of This mrotlng is frco to every ono ut of ten knows where tho Turkish lantic will bo of Inestimable value. clal wllli us and if that principal Embussy Is. Tho homos ol the Tho European nations do not need fornia, Villa partisans In Sonora, a Ohio county. Subject to tho Primary re-eIjo respected relations will lio and wo trust that every man, woman Russian and French Embas munitions In. such quantities now ni roprosentatlvo of lho Villa Junta In Election, August !, 1D17. tabliGhcil; if nol respected, v.o fight, and child will turn out and hear llrilish, " tho sumo as they did. les look a year ago, but they still El Paso, and Salazar, repraontliic ro If Germany would avoid this war nho these splendid speakers and go homo Not even Just flag is displayed from they did food stuffs, and along theso Vllln, aro expected to attend tho eae Vcy authorized to announco tho a need our of .1. T. WEDDING for tho eliould do do by avoiding a rutliletci Ij utter citizens and farmers, ' It lican nomination for Jailer of Hi ono places on Sixtieth Street nud lines It Is piodlctcd that n closer meeting. policy and therein lies HEAVEH DAM FARMERS' PRO- eubmurlno lounty. Subject to tho Prlma-- : Among things to bo consldcroj (! bond will bo drawn with Canada. Connecticut Avenue. . Hon, August 4, 1917. GRESSIVE CLUB. lier opportunity. at this conference) Is tho selection of But let it nol be thought that this Don't forgot tho date, Feb. 20th While wo wait wo prepare. FormrevoFor the first tlmo in fiO years Eng- a provisional President for tho Government Is asleep; let It not bo ed by various races, parllbanu and and 21sl two big days. , Is IWCOKI.-t5imaglnud Hint hustling work Is not land bus ordered a ship built In lutionary Government, which, It profcrslouu stands a imlidly united Miguel said, is to bo organized. A Most Effcctlvo Romcdy For clng done at tho State, War and tho United Stutos. As a matter ot country, n eoloshal warrior gathering SHIP'S CREW FIXIJM Cab Diaz Lambardo, 'ay Building, No ono can got in fact throo ships havo been ordcrol inet nfllerr. wuh a former Villa havo EC.EMV AND SKIN DISEASES GOLD IX SMALL CREEK stones for thu fray. Sometimes it Ealil hero to this building without a pass and ov- by England of n big shipbuilding liocn agreed upon for this position. Pctro-Mont- a appears thai war may even bo, nt Is an antiseptic salvo Thoy San Francisco, Cal. Every mem-ho- r en those personally known with pass-j- h company In San Francisco. tho result ot forty years' practical this time, a hidden blossiug, for if aro scrutinized by tho watchmou. nro to bo 10,000 ton stool frolghters. of tho crow of tho bleamer San experience of a druggist, who' has R bo war now it means pcaro In thu Didn't Move Him. Tho country bus novur been In to And on tho American sldo of tho Pedro, which urrlved hero reeonlly futuro; If peaco now, war later. "Well, did tho boss glvo you a taken tho best Ideas from physicians' from Navldad bay, llilrty-uv- o prescriptions and concentrated his. miles comploto accord with the President Great Lakes ouo iec3 already In i ralso?" QUICK ACTION' TIIE THING. Even thoso who frnmo vessels astonishingly llko tlio from Munzanlllo, Mexico, had a bag us it Is skill In tills most vuluablo rcmody. "No." It Is a good thing, tho organization of gold washed from tho uands of havo In tho past criticised his np- - typical British trawlers which havo "Not cvon when you told Ulm you Thoso suffering with discouraging s. of tho Ohio County Central Fcdornl a crock that tumbled Into tho bay polntmcnto, his niothods, his changes proved to l;o Ideal SKIN DISEASES will And Petro-Mcn- ta had grown gray In his scrvlco?" Club and It should havo tho support near whero tho stoainer was loading of mind und his speeches havo a grout blessing. "No; ho merely gave me tho namo Clmrllo Borry "Bond, of nil tho citizens of tho county, not cedar logs. nothing to eay. Tho Wlilto Housoj For salo by Ohio County DruR Co. of n good hair dyo." Boston Tranomotlmo but now. Quick action Is Quo of tho crow discovered tho lorco Is overwhelmed with corros- Mr. Charllo Berry died at his homo script. Price 2Cc. the hopo of getting tho Paducah- An ,,an(ia ,,uIt fading logs pondenco, both telegraphic and mall, near Beaver Dam last Friday night Illness of pneuAbhland highway through Ohio coun- - 'a,,,, wjtn ,UpperH, pans, and skillets, and It Is nn open secret that tho after a ty. Some purposes aro nccomn!ltli. Ktnrt-tand his olllccrs aro much monia. IIo was n progressive farmPresident gold mining. ril best by wultlng but they uro row, Tho skipper filially promlsod thnt gratified with tlio expressions of sym- er, being at mlddlo ago when death und aro uklu In no respect to tho jf tho men would finish loading tho pathy and offers of asslstunco re- caino. purpose of tho organization of tho htcanicr ho would glvo thum a wliolo ceived from till sections of tho counTho romalns wero Interred In tho O. C. C. F. Club. Wo must deride ,iay to hunt gold. Ho kept his word. try. Baptist church burying ground, near now whether or not wo will go after Thoy averaged for tho day's work Thero Is hardly a manufacturing Beaver Dam, Saturday. 3NTe-77- Mr. Berry leaves a wlfo and threo the hlfihwa) anil then fight llko mad $u0 aplcco. Ono man had moro than concern worthy of tho namo that 1ms initll "old dobbin" Is drawing the $200 In precious dual. not offered to turn over plant, ma- daughters, besides tho brothers who rhuy along Iho pike. If wo urc not chinery and men to tho Government. livo near Hartford. m Klung! oing in to win let's not dlscoiirugo Instead of nines meetings and cheers, "Thoro must bo somo mistake In tho people went to work realizing Tobacco Poolers Notice. cood road enthusiasts by maklnj; u my oxninltitttlon grading. Juko-wurLow PuroH Pcb. 12-1- D, light only to loso. Poolers who have not yet finished I don't that work, not words, la needed. vlo Another meeting of lho Club will think I dosurvo nn ubsoluto aero,' Congrcbii did not fall into, lino be delivering tholr tobacco aro urged to i; eauso It was already In line, und it do bo at onco, aa we nro anxious to bo held In Beaver Dam noxt Saturday, complained tho student. "Nolthor do I," agreed tho Instruc-- 1 needed nothing moro than tho sov- - wind up. You need go through no formalities ,For particulars, npply to ticket agents of this railroad. 1. B- - TICUENOR, Ch'm'n. In becoming a member. Thero la tor, "but it'u tho lovost mark I'm I'r.uica of diplomat:? rfcl..ii. uj with CtA'iierullvo Tob. Ats'n. no possibility of your being black- - allowed to glvo." Now York Times. Germany to Irirg forth tho loj&Uy 0xm.'cazla.r:i. sramaorn' .... ... . ... 123 m I Corner Hanch, N. M.. Fob. 14 (by X. M.). Mormon scouts, lotl by Lorn Splllsbury, re cpntly a civilian scout with the American oxpodltion in Mexico, crosfed Into Mexican territory la their search for A. P. Peterson, Hugh Aeord and Hurton Jensen, tho Mormon cowboys missing since the raid n the Corner Ranch. They returned to tho ranch reporting tl. It efforts wore fruitless., 'l i j itlo oi ! J ' !e.-terda- I Candidate for'' tiie Sheriff Nomination County. ' , V DESPITE to-da- I vrli ,.orfl ,nl,lrv I Illir,Ir,OiO I fr Mid-Wint- er Mid-Wint- er aSuncn at Sfffiir.St Tli ' . "JXoir'.Su'bSto or to-da- ani-dow- ' ma-ma- n s- ! 3Eet2.C - to-da- mlno-sweeper- two-wee- l MARDI GRAS! 3VEoTd1 Orleans cvxxcl Pensaoola 4 m i LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE R. R. ', L f. f Mill-En- d Madras at Fairs' Just wlmt you will wnnl for Spring. Spruco up your homo for Spring. Draperies. Sco Fairs' Mill-lC- WILL RUSH TO THE NEW TAX MEASURE ' ffl,Mr XW -- '.; - ' , . ivilll DOn t iliu graSp them. nlii iJWlv IS nOW On. I Mrs. J. W. Ford, who lins been In falling health for several months, was no bettor yesterday evening. Reports from tho border Hay that KitkI. W. C. Mica, whoso Illness was mentioned last week, Is on tho road In rnrnvprv. oliveii hill introduced hyupon to be derated MONDAY. : Ulir Dig Mill End Stile I Vi Frankfort, Ky., Feb. 14. Tho bill Mrs. Louotta mankenshlp, Reaver week-en- d with her providing for tho creation of a Stato w' Tax Commission and a general revis Ion of tho State's machinery of valuation, assessment nnd equalization, Senator Charles F. Montgomery, llOUSe $of Ubcrty. Eighteenth Senatorial introduced today by Representative 10 Oliver, will bo reported without exDistrict, was In Hartford yesterday pression of opinion hy tho Commit-to- o ' on legal business. on Revenue nnd Taxation wht.ii Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Hunter arc ex- tho Houeo reconvenes pected to return Saturday from a vis-- It morning. posThe constitution provides that a'l In Florida. Several stops will bo mado on tho return Journey for bills shall ho road on thrco separate slght-scclndays beforo they can bo placed on Gingpassage. Tho Oliver bill will get coupons of I'ratts I'osltlvo Tho followini: Its first reading Proof Offer ?1.S5 valuo for fiOc It then tho report of tho committee. C. Iter's gro- arc rcdecniablo nt J. Friday It will go Into tho calendar. ' eery, Hartford, Ky. Clip them from will receive n second reading and will any farm paper. bo advanced Into tho orders' of the I Bring your laundry to the Quccn'3 day. llcstaurant, agents for tho White Ready for Debate Saturday. Sai- Swaun Laundry, C Evansvlllc. In other words, the mcusuro will , Isfactlon , Kuarantccd. Laundry call- - bo ready for "amendment, recommit. .. t J. i for Monday $ moraine, special ment or debato" Saturday If the Leg30tf islature Is in session that day, or on attention to rurnl customers. Mrs. W. II. Ithoads lias returned Monday If an adjournment is taken be- i from Lexington whero sho spent a over Saturday. Tho other two blll3 recommended few days at tho bcdsldo of her son, Wilbur, who Is not yet out of danger. by the Stato Tax Commission are In I "custody of tho samo committee Mrs. Ithoads will return to Lexington tho and may not he reported for somo within tho next few days. The Illness of Mr. Ithoads was mentioned time. Tho decision to report tho first bill without expression of opinlast week. of ion, was reached at a conference M.F.CHUiYlLEY, Sheriff S. O. Kcown, who return- - tho Committee on Revenue and Tax S T ed from a visit to his son, Sorgt. GU- - ation lato reTho object In for for 4 moro Kcown, stationed at tho bor- - porting tho bill at once, without the iler, reports that with few exceptions customary hearings', is to give tho Ohio Clerk of tho local milltamen arc in good Logislaturo a flying start, If possihealth and nro enjoying tho service. ble Nothing can bo done, of course, might come In and catch her idle. RaEoball is tho chief amusement at until one of tho mcasuros Is properly STRAY STREAKS. Sho replied that she didn't cans present, no says. House. beforo tho if ho did, for she was as dry as a bone (By Fluke McFluke.) Miss Marlam Holbrook returned mid plum out of spit. I said to myfrom Shelbyvlllo Wednesday, whero WAND KNOCKS HOMER self, "another spot gono dry." Yet she assisted In tho wedding of her the licker was there. friend, Miss Nancy Stout Monday . The Society Reportress slipped it Umpire Awards Hand To Miss Ruth night. Miss Stout Is well known to F ' NOTICE. to us that when Al went to Louls-vill- o Rlcketts as Prize. tho young people of Hartford, having 1 week to attend tho Lincoln I last mnilo an extended visit to Miss HolBanquet, this week, his Journey was To the Republicans of Ohio County: . brook two years ago. Tho following artlclo taken from via Owensboro, and that when he re- In anounclng myself a candidate Mr. John P. Taylor, who has for tho Evansvlllo Courier concerns a turned, as he llnally did, ho came dl - j f0r the Republican nomination for soveral months been In the employ former Hartford boy. Mr. Wand roct from Owensboro. Why In Sam clerk of tho Ohio County Court, I length of Hlll so much Owensboro, of tho Illinois Central Hallway com- was for a considerable wish to stato that I havo boon a lifepany at Chicago, has been transferr- time an employe of The Republican long Republican, havo never been a Mr. Taylor Is a for- and has many friends here: ed to Memphis. Did you ever notice while climbing follower of any particular division or Baseball and love mer Hartford boy and may stop the ladder to success Unit every time faction of tho party, but have always Thomas Wand, Tho Courier sport you meet a fellow here for a short visit whllo on his jou see somo one worked for what appeared best for' Shlrtlne journey to Memphis. 11c gels Fairs writer, took an Interesting part In the coming tho whole party. down? Cheviots. former and tho well known Mr. D. I have never held a public office Hoy Kcown, or Fordsvllle.who Cupid umpired tho latter while Wand Mr. Ail Embroidery treason sura Sco has accepted a tfeputyshlp with SherAttorneys Otto C. Martin and A. or ran for one, and shall not under- 10 FEIUIUAKY knocked out a homo run and won the FRIDAV. ut lie. Fairs' Mill-Eniff S. O. Kcown, "has moved his fam- heart of Miss Ruth Rlcketts of tho D. Kirk went to Louisville to attend take to mako an active campaign for tho meeting and banquet of tho Lin- - this nomination, choosing rather to 30c Pillow Tubt'lng for 20c per ily hero whero lie will reside. Mr. mailing division of tho Courier. li., II. & ST. L. . It. TIKE TAHLE. yard nt Fairs' Mill-En- d let tho peoplo select their' choice Kcown Is well fitted for tho position Salo. Announcement of tho engagement coin Protective Association a fow No. 113 duo at KJluiltch 8:32 p m. of deputy and 'his appointment will of tho young couple was mado last Jays ago. It is not generally known without any special urging. Having Ilavo Just received a barrel of No 110 duo at Ellmltoh 7:30 a.m. meet with approval of those with night at a party and appropriate Val Just how or when they left tho city, had somo oxporlcnco In office work, 3:40 p.m. tboso big, Juicy Jumbo Pickles. No, 112 Lv. BUraltcU whom lie may have business to trans- entino party, given by the Noname but when they got homo they wero feci competent to take caro of the LIKENS MEAT MAKKET. G:35 p.m. as it should bo cared for. It Ar. Irvlngton act. clnb, with Miss Elma Maurer, 1920 both walking, or at least they wero oirtce G:G6 p.m. Irvlngton Sheriff S. O. Kcown and Mrs. nominated will uso all honorable Lv. Farm For Sale 180acrcs, 1 Iqwa street, acting as hostess afoot. T:40 p.m. Kcown entertained the members of miles east of Hartford, divided by L. East means at my command to secure the Ar. Loutsvlllo for the occasion. Lv. Louisvlllo ... 8:35 a. m. tho Fiscal Court at lunch yester- & N. lUllroad. GO acres good botNo. Only a few years back, your Undo election of tho cntlro ticket In Aim Tho nffalr was a costume party Ar. Irvlngton ..10:06 a. m. day. tom laml, 100 acres cleared. Good with hearts the predominating feat- - Samuel had Spain across his knees flnttl contest thlu fall, and it 'eleeXea Lv. Irvlngton ..10:40 a.m. If Tiro. A largo heart was suspended and now Spain Is attending to all of wl. not. at tho end of a four years Mr. Hay Ashley returned to Evans-vlll- o water supply. Will sell one-ha- lf 1:04 p. m. to the samo Ar. Ellwitch with desired. Excellent tltlo and prlro is over tho center tablo and streamers said Uncle's business In tho German. terl". nsl tor Saturday after a short visit TAUI.K. offlce, believing that it is right and . R. M., H. & K. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmore right. Location could hardly be bet- ran from this to placo cards on tho Empire. just to pass a good thing around. Bouth Dound, No. 115 lAbhlcy. ter. Apply to L. P. Foreman, Hart- tablo bearing tho verso: 8:45 a, m. If defeated In tho primary I Due at Hartford 22tf ford. Ky. Draw this ribbon and you will sec. ldoa of a bungled Job is that Our Judgo John II. Wilson, W. H. 8haU Gracefully, tho verdict North Hound, No. IK Tho first brldo of our club to bo. of it fellow who would undertake to Mr. J. TTWciTdlng, oftho Sulphur 6:55 p m. Barnes and Mrs. A. K. Anderson Duo at Hartford pnnak nvfir . When tho streamers wero drawn ...,-.- . Mcehiintti- of an old., of tllc I)eoPc' and without a murmur -- ,,Springs precinct, has announced his w.. were In Moormnu Tuesday taking (Roth "Mixed TvalnB.) "nE n nu ren candldncy for tho Republican noml- - Jho names of tho young couplo were thrlco reblocked sky pleco for a per- - ru"u" on l depositions. succcss" "aal- ' nation for tho olllco of Jailer or Ohio found written on cards which fell tectly good $1.G9 top cover and then. uu contestants, . .. vcoililtnrr Is woll nimll. from tho heart. Pratt's Food Coupons ?1.S5 Val- point of m on arriving homo from tho clipped from any torn. Thanking you In advance for your uo for GO Small hearts in profusion were us- trudo havo a gent from tho samo & fm Ub postlon mu, no (,ou,)t naner. nro redeemable at J. C. Iler's , would faithfully dlschargo the duties ed as table decorations and in tho town, ono of his bet friends, claim ofrrts and uonlnS aml trusting that noppnnnl WoUfC I grocery, Hartford, Ky. of tho olllco If nominated and elcct- - midst of these wero found a Kuwplo and tako said now lid away from tho tho I,arty nominees, whoever thoy I Montgomery, of Lib- - cd. Attention Is called to Mr. Wed-ort- brldo and groom. hat swapper. For further partial- - 'W ,,e' wlu tt u successful in tho Hon. Chas. and Social Events. Rlock hearts wero played, tho prize lars soo Al, or better still, ask Ed n"al contest, I am who Is a member of tho Ken- - ding's card la another column of this sincerely yours, going to Miss Mario Gillman. Uarrabs. tuclcy State Sonato, was hero on lc- -' issue, L. H. CONDIT. gal business yesterday. jjr. "ll7CundIt7'of "tho Point Tho engagement is the culmination Livermoro, Ky., Feb. 12, 1917. t of a romapco started during tho hill services uro being held at ' Mill-En- d Dr. C. DoWtoso, formerly of neav- -' Pleasant precinct, who was Chairman season when Cupid took the occasion Porcnls at Fairs'. one of tho local churches, and as is t tho Ohio County Campaign Com-Stor- o or Dam, hns bought tho Cooper Drus to send a couplo of swift balls over often customary, and very appropri- LOCAL MERCHANT AVED8 Salo today at Fairs', " h at FordsVlllo, and has moved "mUtco Inst fall. Is an announced NARROAVS YOUNG LADY at I dldato for tho Republican ate, tho ministers havo been conduct nomination tho homo plato. Ginghams Mill-EnSpring his family to tho latter city. Miss Rickets, who Is pctlto, charm- - ing short services during tho day, for Clerk of tho Ohio County Court Fnlrs'. Mr. Lorrenza Acton, Clip tho coupon of Pratt's Positlvo m Cmm nm nct,vo ellcrBCtIc UQJln;x and pretty, is tho ofduughtor of ' nt somo of thQ bUB,IlBbB ,IOUS03 nnt, and Miss Ara Gentry, of this city, Mill-En- d Salo a Proof Offer $1.85 valuo for GO ot Narrows, tho Albion whllo not strange, yet one of tho flrjjt Mrs. Lilian Rlcketts Now on tho Big first-clas- s organizer publican and a ,, . apartments. . and tako It to J. C. Iler's grocery, Fairs'. ii i, nMm nln.. If not tlu, startlni ..olnt. was WCr0 "ulct,y lnarrlcd at tho Mctuoa"st parsonage hero Wednesday mornTho guests of tho club last night HarKord, Ky.,' and have It redeemed. to whcll 0 BBpreB froudB of ours who aro also NatiiBOOlw Longcloth at Fairs' Mill If BUCcesatuI i .. II.I 1.1 iii iiuuui. uiiiu u ciucii. miss ueniry mu iinsBua iuiiuiuu.l T,l iiciiiuL'ii .!. ilium, coiiteiuuorarles Ry oversight lnit week wo failed In tho primary of August 4th, next. End Salo. enmo to Hartford yesterday mornln.i HVI HAfttnJXrt 4.i lln HY na .114 ..Af.. Al. A l.lk.ll. mr, iuium iiiummis 1ffv linnfr A ftf ! ij;iriu uiiiman, r ruugis ivursun, hihu ma . umin SalO Will IO lllUlllim uiu uiriu Ul iuma AUL-A visit to Tulrs' Mill-En- d from her homo on tho M. H. & E Elbert, Hazol Hodgo, Madgo Kcllaras, rosier, nowiy nrnvou uaugnicr oi on oenau oi ins parry unu win nu A man came into tho olllco tho oth- - but did nnt rnnmtn Minn llnntrv Inn" onnvlnco vou of Us genuineness. ... IUU 4MU. .wvw Ruth Rlcketts and Elma Maurer. illT. UDU iUIO. U. Ally 1'UOIUI, uun Ul uiiuui tlUDO H er day as ho said, Jlst to havo his ancr roachInc Hartford, lfW Mr. nnd, Mrs. E. G. Ilarrasworo In 1'IpIiio, Ark., but formorly of Hart- - a eofo winner. prescription to tho paper stopped. Tho yom)(T coup,0 procee(ed d,. Sunday until Tuesday. Prtnltry Wanted. Loulsvlllo ford. Wo yanked his name from tho mall- - rect,y ,0 tlQ homo of nQy u w Na Will pay following cash prlcos, deFor Sale. SaloTiouBo and lot in HartFor Ing list and a few minutes later we on, At a meeting of tho Roard of 12 hoad ot yearling steers for sale. livered at our placo ot business at walked Into tbo drug Htoro next door plw wherC( m ,ho prcspnc0 of ford. Cheap at $3G0. Apply at this n few friends tho ceromony that made Hwii'h "erdny afternoon Dr. E. 13tf Hartford, Ky., Saturday, February P. H. HOOD, office. ' D. doctcd county 32t2-- p Pendleton was Bcda, Ky. tQ flU For HulcWngon. team and Harness hoaUh ters. 9 cents; Young Roosters, 11 Ecriptlou for him. ECK jiuuaui, Write Mrs. Acton is tho daughter of Mrs. term of Dr. 11. F. Tlchonor, who cents: Ducks. 15 cents: Geese h m BT1UTCK AT IIKPm 32tt i ed now located in Crescont City, Fit, Ohio. I GAve., Stcubonvlllo, Is FEET cents; Oulneas, 25 cents each. Will I w,th a"orlng prospects ot war - C. Gentry, of Narrows, and Is a. OV SEVENTY-NIN- E yestor-da- y popular and attracttvo young lady- Mr. W.'H. Parks returned also rocolvo nt Dundeo on samo dato Pious! Spring will soon bo here a business trip to Louls- nnd you will nocd them. iw,tu a fore,sn country 3,000 mlle3 Mr. Actou la a mombor of tho firm from Plows Irvine, Ky., Feb. 14. Announce at abovo prices. n 'rom hou'c and tho Kentucky Leg- - 0f Acton Ilros., tho gro- vlllo and Indianapolis, Ind. W. E. ELLIS & DRO. havo ndvanced 20 per cent slnco mont was mado hero this afternoon lslaturo In session, when It was with- - Cory and hardwuro houso of this city. loft Tuesday for last year, but wo sell them at tho old that Gaines, Marcum nnd N,cely will Mrs. TlciTBurna ,u tl10 I,owcr r Governor Stanloy to n0 i8 a young man with a promising Ills Excuse. a visit with her parents, Rev. and last year price. Anything In tho .construct a plpo lino from West Irllffllpf Intl. WO ttP. r...ii.r. n...l l.tu f.l...,l. eay ,1. ..... .. . II " iii.-"mo bibj you doing?, nfuvntif tlm InMni WhltcsvlUo. Owner Hero, what aro Farm Implement Uuo we have. Mrs. Pcttlo, at vino to tho station camp oil district, I tnat wo'vo tr,aIa ,u Plenty. has boon taken that guarantees hU S. L. KINO & CO., sou of Mr. and ot ten miles and will erect Don't you know you'ro not allowed a dlstanco Clevo IlerTsmall success In tho business world. up after Hartford, Ky. a largo storage tank to cost $76,000. to tako fish out ot this water? MrH. J. C. Iler, Is able to bo Mr. and Mrs. Acton will rcaldo lu Wo dropped into an ofllco, or place, a Angler (thrco hours without diphtheria. PTTaylor returned ycatcr- - Operators will shtp their output in Mr. II. a Borlous attack of on Center out. I'm tho othor day whero about 3,500 lot- - tho Guenthor property blto) I'm not taking thorn Sunny-dal- o, day from a visit with his daughter, tank cars direct to roflnors. Mr. and'MrsTPal Coots, of tors wero being prepared for mailing, street. an Mrs. Woolfolk Harrow, of Lexington. ( Tho shallowest oil well In tho feeding them. Now York TImos. nro the proud parents ot mainly by a couplo of ladles. Aftor by Harvoy Mrs. John P. Taylor, of Chicago, who world was drilled girl born February 13. standing around for u fow minutes' Judge Wero you over arrested Fesslmlotlc. wlic? and Lloyd on tho Allen Powell frfrm, Attorneys A7 D. Kirk and Otto C. was a recent visitor horo and you over boon in In plo3ant rhat wo noticed that tho boforo? Howell Ilavo Mr. Taylor to Lexlng- - In tho station camp oil district. Tho, Haggles Honest now, Judgo, do Allison narnett nttended accompanied ono doing tho licking und sealing of sovcnty-nln- o feot. four Inch- - tho war ono? -iwinucl at tho Hotel Ion, will remain In tho Rluegrass city depth is JoVt Kl' I wis o Every married man to In 'hi vBvoIoikhj "tiVf" ipg'ff. w cxtcudtd visit with Mrs. Bar- - ea and will ylold moro than 400 bar- I I'owoH Booljjach la LouU.JU3 wodeitly uggostqd that tho tosn mo dcyboo? Hoston Transcript. th0 war Mao.Now york Times. relfl (laj ' uiuht. ! A time to you of OPPORTUNITIES. ? Dam, spent Inst ni;X;,,,, '"' tail A I I I i I new merchandise for SPRING at prices that cannot sibly be duplicated. New hams, new Percales, new Madra Cloth, new Shirting Cheviots, new White Goods, new Woolen Goods, ana many ouier il ininEs inai are now on sale which are much low manufacturer's cost today. Be wise. Attend this sale. You can not possibly regret it. We warn you. Remember, that it pays to trade with a house that saves you money. or lull g. I lx J Candidate the Republican Nomination County Court. the Hartford Republican. 12c Ill TB ... "" -- "' . : y, u Ro-lv- Mill-End- enn-wlt- .,, ...-,- -.l ',th - ui-ai- M w n . well-know- - '"" ... " to-d,- iiin ' ;( Jtt KM y0VnwmmmmnuMwimiiinnfUimir.imx ; '- - k-s- b "i- - ?fr:- - -- ; vjt.iv. r7 r6 t- - X il ARMY OF GHOSTS HALTED GERMANS an tolopathy or presentment, although science in Its prosont state, hi not In a position to oxplaln them." RKV. CRF.Al. KKSKJNS 1'ASTOKATi: AT 11KAVKR DART BILL TO FORCE BANKS IN SYSTEM I n ?! s I. Ij ! ni l) ;i 4 ' fc WOULD MAKK DEPOSITORIES Kb- At a call meeting of tho Reaver IOlllLK, JOIN RK8KRVK IN Dam Rnptlst Church on tho evening TIMK OH WAR. 1917, Kov. It. L. of January 23. TI.K WXH OF AI.IilKS. Crool delivered hl farowcll aormon, from tho subject "Much More". 10. Sovoral Washington, Feb. After tho sermon ltro. .1. F. Caao-Mreservo to tho moderator amendments to tho Federal wns culled SEEKING DATA RICHET act proposed by tho Itcsorvo noard chair ami liro. J. L. Lallengcr, on luivo been approved by tho Senate behalf of tho church, in a speech in Danklng Committee and will bo rewhich he paid u glowing trlbuto to ported. Ti Prme Tlmt .A! nay Ktinnw Ati'l tho departing pastor, presented him Really Committco members also aro talk- Mysterious Iiickleinwith a silver loving cup, which was ovcr a iKBestIon that If Occur At Front. curried forward bj llttlo Otis nndlnS uailKS BHOUlll "U COUICS ail CllglDIO Kurnlo Leach. tmAntnn ninmVnid ft tlin .AMnnlfint and second committco """'""" l" On motion National banks now ...... .. a...!.. i. I flrnfl man lutlonslrcacrvo8'3le,n Thn ...- - n.....t(.ii..1 ro compelled to bo members, but . of nam. uimricH Hicnui. uu i "membership is optional with other our advertising before you in order to were adopted: Known memecra m . best 15, lirnth institutions and there arc nbout Ytri....i..u nit. invosugiuiiiK institute, Is y never come ,. 0.00 cliglblos which havo , keep the name of our store constantly bedreams of soldiers which have come or 1 ov. U. U Crca , dtocuM,on of this subject now almos two jcara. con- ed with us true. lie already has collected fore you. We want you to become so fasiderable data tending to prove that 011(1 WIltTl'ilS UUU ill 1IIO lllliiiliu .wo- - however, and will not unless war Hurt averted that riding a dinkey present Imer.ts are not to be laughed dom had seen lit to call him to other comes. miliar with our store and our merchandise boat on Rough creek always mndo and' by appealing to fighting men and better Melds, whllo it is with t. The principal amendment approv- him seasick, and that he could not and to feel such satisfaction with our In the trenches, through the Army the slneerest regrets and feelings of ed by tho committee would change Rear bulletin, to send In proed oit-e- s of great loss we give him up, we hum- tho basis on which Federal reserve think of crossing the ocean. Captain Thomas called attention to methods of doing business, bly bow to tho will of God. whenever tho kind ho expects to get more. notes would bo Issued to Federal his n aversion for water his great Therefore, recognizing To explain what he wishes, Richet reserve banks so that the practical even for drinking purposes and posiyou have a need in our line you will gives an illustration which has come ability in the pulpit and as a pastor bo (q cnaMo ft bank tQ tively declined to consider a sea full . we feel It our duty to recommend ; to his notice and which he consider tg (o iguo such nQtes think of our store as the place of it, nnd Oliver Willis shook his him as a man. as a pastor, and a authentic. pcr cont nnU at tho Bamc Ume head at the mention of water ln any f , coming off duty preacher, and .wish to say to t'M greatly increase "A soldier, A where your wants can best be supplied. the gold held by the quantity. Airships were Impossi. , In tho trenches Just before dawn," brethren wherever It may bo the lot ble, though desirable on account of Awakening of Ilrother Croat to go. that thoy will Tie relates, "fell asleep. Gov. Harding, of the Reserve wns much make no mistako when they call him Hoard, appeared beforo tho commit- - their speed, so eager were the pa.shortly afterward, he triots to get at the throats of tho Ho told to fill their pulpit. alarmed by a vivid dream teo and urged this proposal, declar- - enemy. Finally Capt. Neal who la May God's richest blessings rest ,ng R js (jeslra,)Ie ho several of his companions that that evcry doll;ir a brave but silent man said "com-tade- s, uad Just seen his father In a coflln on him now and forever possible of gold bo impounded in tho new goods, new Ginghams, Spring Coats you may go by to Scuttle, AARON T. ROSS. with candles burning about him. He Federal reserve banks to strengthen by dog sled to Retiringrail Strait, swim J. M. POUTER. expressed himselfas sur his father the system. and Coat Suits Also our spring purchase the strait, and march through Asia HOOD HARRISON. was dead. Other amendments approved auinto Europe and meet mo at Verdun. Committee, ''Lat that same day he received a of Men's Clothing. Now is the time to thorize tho Reserve Doard to permit by tho shortest route." telegram announcing the sudden any member bank to accept foreign I am going captain's bold speech visably buy while you can get picking choice. death of his, father, who was neither hills of exchange up to 100 per cent The COURT NOTES. embarrassed the patriots bnt they was due to old nor ill. The death of its capital and surplus, and perwere determined not to brave the Remember this as the store of big values' heart failure, and bad occurred Just mit reserve banks to receive doposlts path of the deadly submarlno. It beforo dawn. banks for purposfrom and high quality merchandise The Ohio County Fiscal Court met es was Anally decided to embark from lowest of exchange or collection. Father Meets Son at Fmiu. in regular sessiou on the 14th, conNew Orleans and pursuing tho most Most of tho board's proposed prices. "Nor was this the strangest part tinuing over 'until yo!,terday. Hon. amendments already havo been ap- Southern lane and land on the West , of the Incident. Tfio father of A preJohn . Wilson, J. O. C. C, was coast of Africa, then pick the safest stricken earlier inlho night, had laps- siding, with Justlcct. W. S. Dean, Ed proved by the Hottso Ranking Com land routo to the front. Corporal mittee, and Chairman Glass said toed into an, uncouscious state which Shown, it. C. Tichenor. S. I,. Bert Petty asked that upon account day he expected to press them in tho resembled death. He was revived and Winson Smith present. of his ago and homelovlng disposi' Just before daylight and spoke. His On account of the death of a relative, IIIouko next weok. j tion ho be excused from foreign sor-- : 4 wards wrro: B. F. Rice was absent on the 14th. vice upon condition that ho whip " 'I have been with my son in the but present on the lfith. B. W. Tay NARROWS WIDENS. but doubtHomo American-Germaam happy. All is well lor and S. W J. each were both ah-- : tronchos. I courage ful of Bert's single-hande- d Patriotic In National Crii nnd to avoid establishing a possibly rith him.' A few seconds later he icnt on account of sickness. Fluke Is Honored. breathed his last. The hour of this ty Attorney A. t). Kirk wns on hands embarrassing precedent his request strange visit coincides exactly with with W. C. Ulunkenshlp as Clerk, j wns declined. nc of tho wildest war detnonUra-ios- s the sou'k vislou of his father in the ('oIlowiiiK Is a portion of the husl-- ' All details arranged, patriotic jtious ever witnessed In the Fnlted speeches wero Indulged nnd tho cabket." transacted: hills States was staged at Narrows Satur-tpeelin France Kichet is as well known Judge J. S. Gleuu waj appointed nbout rang with deafening cheers. rn tho late William James was in Commissioner to make sot- - ua" n'Bht' wliero tho first volunteer "Wives and children of American paAmerica, and his reliability can no .lenient with the Sheriff, owing to (Company of American patriots was triots," was tho opening sentence of more bo put in doubt. He refuses be fact Hint W. S. Tlnsley hereto-- . organized for the war with Ger-for- e Oliver Willis' speech, and mothers X many, absolutoly to consider any vision, appointed, could not sorv and , and babes shouted their approval, The news of German submarine dream, or case of telepathy unless aad resigned. ( In the Ideal lime to vinlt but when Rear Cuptaln Thomas, palo eviPiracy following tho recent breaking trustworthy aiul corroborative Dr. Henry Smith, of Cromwell. was and trembling, arose and dramaticdence In furnished him. elected as a inubt-- of the. Ohio Coun- - off of diplomatic relations with tho ally began, "widows and orphans of alwuyt, Imeu su- ty Board of Health to fill tho vaenn-- r Imperial Empire was tho occasion Tho soldier has American martyrs to submaperstitious. He is so to this day, cy caused by the resignation of Dr. for calling u mass meeting of Nar-- rines," tho appalled German sllcnco of deOr The Tommy along with the rows citizens for Saturday night. spair, the British F. Tichenor. and wives and children threw rest. Tons of thousands of him The court at this session complet-- , The people, aflame with righteous their arms like millstones around the nrmty bcllovo in "tho nngel of mons," od arrangements for borrowing $10.- - indignation, turned out enmasse, necks of husbands and fathers. For An that divine creaturo from the great irora The hamasco Hank, of eluding the women and children. moment It appeared that Thomas' Get away from the cold and enjoy life in the land of - barrel of coal oil was poured over a EngIKh in the Hvnusville, Ind., beyond who saved the loan to maturspeech might chango the entire course Sunshine and Hlowcrs. jload of sawdust, and the boldest of military history, but Capt. Neal, "great retreat." January 1.191S. - 'band of patriots that ever gathered The wrltor who imagined her and Tho Sheriff's delinquent list ns ill Low round-tri- p fares anil excellent service via recalling the example of Socrates put her 'on paper repeatedly has i'd and allowed by the court was as aruund an American houflre shouted when ho was about to begin the fa '"further down with tho German sub- - tal cup, saved Narrows' nt a ted that' no such angel shnpe was follows: martial glo$ seen at Mons or anywhere else that Rovenue tax 51.70 marines!" ry by ordering the women nnd chll ' For particulars, cull upon local agents of tin's railrtmd. 1G57.00 Amid the firing of guns, ringing dren sent away, and he knows of, but the story will not Poll tax amid wild hur20r.00 of bells and beating of pans Oliver rahs and tho singing of tho down. II has become part of the Dog tax Star nnwrltteu history of those first mi- School tax. from all sources 90S. 31 ! Willis ascended a salt barrel and. Spangled banner tho company adwaiving his hand a la Bryan for journed raculous days. subject 'to tho call of tho ledo, Ohio, to Join her uhsbnnd, who ducted by Rev. Duncan. quiet, solemnly proclaimed, "Mon of Captain. Total allowed and declared ChosLs Rar (.ei-maAdvance. t But In the heat of enthuMr. R. C. Rhodes nnd fou purchasdelinquent $2872.01 Narrows, an Imperiled nation do- - siasm It was not declared which cap- linn u position there. .Vml thero is anothor story one Rev. Grecp filled his rcKular ap- ed a lino team of horecH from JohnW report of land sales for taxes mauds your services!" "V6 aro tain's call should be honored, Tho a cam- row and then of a phantom but pointment at the Christian church Ualrd, of Iiarlfo'rd. ' hero to enlist for forty years, or tho subsequent partiality battalion which barred tho Germans' was us follows: of tho men Wednesday night. Mr. Ira 1). Kunk sold four head of revenue during the war," chorused tho crowd, $179.77 vuy to tho sea. An American writ- State toward Rear Capt. Thomas Is plainMr. John Camp and family moved calves to McssrB. Howard und Hngan. 211.24 "open the muster roll." er einiin.s to havo talked with Ger- County revenue AH company developly noticeable. to Evnusvlllo, Ind., 'tho first of the of Whltesville, Monday. OO.r.l eighty-eigCounty school revenue Immediately of tho ments will bo duly roportcd. man prisoners who claim to have week. Messrs. Clyde Kunk und Roscot j eighty-nin- e men present enlisted. seen this ghostly array formed up in Tho War Correspondent. Mr. J ens liazcllpp und family are Haird are cutting a stahlo pattcrnjK' Total land sale for laxes. .S IB1. 52 Tho eighty-nintBuddy McFeag, battle lino against them. And Gero-contemplating moviiiK to UIIuoIh in this week The report and list of exonerations said he had shouted himself hoarse, man officers, ho declares, had told To Tho Voters .at Ohio County. tho neur futuro. Mr. Marvin ilulrd, ot llurtiord, was us tiled and allowed on account of during tho lato campaign, that him they did not advance hecnuso In asking for tho Republican nomMiss Mabel Crawford, ot Prlcdland, hero jestorduy working on the new being twice listed. e., Is as ton had kept us out of war and now Hrltish troops blocked tho way at ination for Jailer of Ohio county I d switchboard. j ho would ho quartered nnd drawn teel that I havo strong claims upon vlblted Mlwsea Chloe und Oruco that particular point, whereas tho follows: lust week. Mrs. Molvln llartlett Is vIMtlng rel$lfiS..'il before ho would bo made an ass by English themselves admit that there State revenue tho party of which I havo been a votMra. Jcanuctto Short, of Ucuver atives In Kvnnsvlllo, Ind. County revenue 11S.7S tho President's change was a great gap thero with scarcely of front. er for 41 years, being 02 years of age Dam, visited her mother and HlBter School revenue 41.00 There were cries of "rope," but a Tommy to fill It. mid having never held public otllco tills week. Chairman Willis puleted tho crowd of any sort. I feel that the present CKRALVO ITKMH. Tho battle of tho Mnrns nine Mr. John .Smith Ih very ill with $200.70 by quoting "consistency thou art a Feb. 14. Tho public school hero, French boldicrs out of ten call a Total exonerations opportunity will perhaps bo tho last asthma, A list of wrongfully charged pertaught by Miss Kthel Russoll. closed, Jowel." miracle. There aro some who beone for mo. I havo raised a family Mistt Mlnulo Ford R. 1, visited last Friday. In tho election of officers thero was of tweivo children, Including three lieve utterly that Joan of Arc led tho sons, taxpayers, was filed und ullnwed Miss Minnie Leach Thursduy. Ilyrou Rarnard, tho Bomo confusion when tho company yet between tho ages of seven to troops of France. d I'eaco will como as follows: Mrs. Nola Royd, who has been son of Mr. und Mrs. W, $ 'pipptwl two mntninn f'iirii voni revenue 10.34 ulieu the Madonna of the cathedral State P. Rarnard. twelve and it is my desire to better confined to her room for soino tlmo 193.59 nnd j, h. Thornns. Capt. Neal. being died Feb. 8. at Albert fulls, many Tommies and County revcniirt enable myself to educato them. with hint; troublo, Is no better. 380.06 an Mr. LouU- - Lambert and wife and simply said "boys, fol poilus say, and, although no one Common school revenue Should tho party sco fit to bestow Owing to tho bud winter, work Is sou nnd MrM. low mo," but Thomas persisted in upon mo tho honor nnd position to Mary Ferry, of Home can say where tho legend started, progressing rather slowly ou tho Rranch, uttonded tho Totullng $529.98 begiunlng a speech and said ".Men of which I asplro, I 11 Is quiUt true tliut there Is a superburial of litshall always cher- now church here. About $5,000.00 of tho amount Narrows, In answering this call of tle Myron Rarnard hero Wednesstition in tho Hrltish army that a ish and appreciate tho trust, but Mrs. Or. llcuu and Mrs. J. W. day. great hluo rocket will burst in the borrowed, us mentioned ubove, was, my heroic countrymen to military should tho voters in their wisdom Pierce spent the day In Olntou last or is to be used In liquidating seven leadership I must, first pause to Messrs. h'lnls and Herman MHoh, sk) announcing "the breaking out deom it best that some one of mv per cent, Interest bearing Indobted- or McIIenry, visited ihelr uunt, Mra. the motive that prompted your worthy opponents be solectod for this Sunday. of peace." So widespread has this Mr. Charltu Christian, or tho Cane ness of the county, and tbo interest ;actlon ln httVlng another 8huru wIth becotno that peace and tho blue rockposition upon the Republican ticket, Run neighborhood, In very low with Drusllla Rarnard, somo days ago. rate thereby reduced Mr. Odo Allen has moved horo. mo tho responsibility of conimund. I hereby pledge to him and tho ontiro et bavo como to mean the same. Arthur Davis R. 5, was appointed It certainly Is not In accordanco with ticket my hearty and best support. cancer. Mr. Finis Rowo has it vury Bovoro Aa iu America, even tho most culVolinur WlUon, little daughter of uttack of and qualified us guardian of Willis established military practice and Respectfully, rheumatism. tured boliovo in Rlgus, and many ofLuto WllBon's, Is very ill. Davis on February 13th. feeling that your action in some way ficers) out hero consider it bad luck J. T. WEDDING. Mrs. Will Held nnd little sons, Mrs. Lena Westerllold qualified as may consult my own honor Invented to Amuse King. as well for three nersous to light cigarettes Herbert und Charles Colo, spent tho administratrix of the estate of M. F as your safety. I, oh your command-lu- g HORSE BRANCH HAPPENINGS. I'laylng cards aro said to have bee with tho uamo matcl, to dine thirWcfcterfleld, deceased, on yestorduy. Invented In 1390 to divert Charles IV. olllcer, demand an explanation." Feb. 13. Mrs. John Wooldrldgo, day in Owensboro Sunday. teen nt table, to jyibs n wine bottlo then kln of Franco, who had fallen "Nothing simpler, captain," answer- of Cecilia, visited Mrs. W. O. Held n from left to right, nnd so on. TAFFY NOTEH. into a melancholy mood ed corporal Bert Petty, "wo want fow days last wook. AUb'jtgh Uichet Is investigating Feb. H. Uev. lllrch Shields ailone officer to lead tho advance and Tho entertainment given for tho only one phauo of tbo tuperuatural, Petro Mcnta Relives Piles The annual rlco production of unother to conduct tho rotreat. benefit of tho now Methodist and ed his regular appointment hero and He he is rorolvInK many responses. Ja No matter how stubborn tho "You'ro assigned to tho rear com JlaptlBt church hero wns qulto n sue- - P?nt Saturday night with Albert Tuy- - imii nns reached the 2CO.000.000 aaye: may bH l'etro-Ment- a ease will aud family. lor wuniuti niarK. ended Thomas coon. "It 1. easy to laugh at theso things, bring relief. A trial will convince mand." That Tho protracted meeting closed Krl- npcech Mrs. Vernon Crowdor lb very 111 iiowover tho inoiit eminent men and you. For sale by Ohio County Morlan with a great An Indian. Wallace Lowv. hhiH da' n'Kllt al John Will Hurt was electa iiou- - at this writing. the greatest of uawintu have not Drug Co. Price 25c. tuouat and Trip Whlto ordarly norBond Wtilto aua sous to To renewal, Tho borviccs were con Boat In the Maine Legislature, Mrs. liie itudy of such uuivtlons BAY 8IMR- HOLR1KRS TKCTON FORMKR IN RAT- ITK WKRK or war, I .."' "'" to-tia- "T', r"r:"H' :".., Tn.:; ru ,,... ..,..,,,. '" ir I geaut. Dud Fentress was an active cnndldato for quartermaster sergeant but wanted to resign when ho learned ho could not ho allowed to provision tho company from his own grocery. Sam liennett, heating on a wnBhlug tuti with a rolling jln nnd a clawhammer, made fiucn n dlsturbnnco that Sergeant White wns ordered to quiet him, hut Ram, beating tnoro vigorously thim before, only said '"nay Sergeant, Europe will bo full of rich widows after tho war, and no more America for me." Hear Capt. Thomns proposed to make Fluko McFluku nn honorary member, but a storm of protest avowed no stranger should sharo in Narrows' glory. Hut Thomns, skill In some other arts than those flf ...... nul..ttv inpntinnnil lh.it In mr or peace Fluko was never known to ,ut )o linml of.frcl, g0 pnrchcd and dry, the rules were suspended nnd the eclobrnted humorist was i tleettd nctlvo canteen hearer for tho VI 1 company. Tho organization completed plans for moving upon tho enemy were taken up. Lieutenant The Home of HIGH CLASS Merchandise! We Continue to Place well-know- that J tly J ,., .. We Have Arriving Daily er at Ful-kers- ! Carson -- rcosrssATss & Co. Coun-(M,Jw- Hartford, Ky. 3NTO"7V al i r B. FLORIDA 4 GULP COAST RESORTS NASHVILLE f f ! LOUISVILLE R. R. f ' n .... j ht h, j Wil-porso- ns j San-dor- three-year-ol- ro 1 dis-min- " V- -