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COUNTY Yr HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY;, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1917. No. 34 r- -- 72 accepted tho Senato rider to the ley will consist of remaining entire Post-offlc- o Administration Bill, mak- MILITIAMEN ARE ly faithful to our treaties with our ing it a crime to send Intoxicating allies In working to secure and cause liquor Into States where its manuto How from this alliance tho grent-cu- t II n lees plans go amiss live yearn from thin tli ere ,wll I, extend from thu TO RETURN HOME advantage for both partluH and western extremity of the Pennyroyal to Ihu metropolis of the Kentucky facture and Fate is prohibited. BEFORE CONGRESS Coupled with tjuls provision, which to strengthen our good relations with mountains a moucrn highway mat win jon remain a monument 10 mosu will havo the effect of making twenty-lthe neutral countries. ' " Tho Nation, who contributed, either by toll or riches, to Its construction. ive States 'ibono dry" was provStatu and counties through which It puss are going to. Join In tho building fWU1. ASK FOR MORE AUTHORI- - STORMS ltUINS WHKAT newspapers, circulars and ONK OK IjABT ACTS OF OKffv- V S. Government will put up half, the Statu of Ken- ision that highway. The .KIJNHTON 18 TO ltKTURN PROTECTION OF MMl TY CHOPS IN HENDERSON of this cards carrying liquor advertisements h tucky about and the county the remainder of thu expense. ' STATK TUOOPS. AMERICAN RIGHTS. cannot be carried through the UnitTim highway will either rrofS the southern part of the State or will Henderson, Ky., February 21. ed States malls into States where lake tho central course, partly coiiipbs.'d or Hopkins. Muhlenberg, Ohio and i Complete reports from every section ; publication of such advertisements Grayson counties. On March 1 a meeting will be held In Frankfort to dearc forbidden. Bleven 8tate3 now THIRD LEAVES MARCH of Henderson couuly indlcato that tho WJTFEW ARE OPPOSED wheat crop has been killed by the cide as to the route. Kvery county through which the road is fo pass must have such laws. ! if it n KiiiiiWiiiiliilt'ii ffi llitr fxintitt ti lutllfl ItJ n ml it tint mi Ikiii.1 li ' ' The most curious line-u- p blizzard that swept , this section Sun- - I .... .v., .... of "wet" ... 111 Ti fit.will.il in iiuiiu iii- I'm null in vnifi:i.in cuiiiliJ "in ......i IwnA iiiui.iiHi In li ii 1.1 Hj- niii.fl.iii nritatinnlu ,,, . ' I. l.rli ii, in .ii, inn' day, February I. bright, and a" national and "dry" Torcea that Congress has Kentucky Soldiers Receive Newd lUvjueht of President Will He Graiit- and looked very promising until the for the highway taking the central mutt are verj i pike wilt In all probability With Evident Delight Will Go enter the county at lloekport and remain on her seen since tho birth of prohibition mI With Little Objection From movement, developed on the final storm. 1111(1 IH,I.VPII To Ft. Thomas. 11 Willi! Vlllllllv IUIIH III ilCl flit' I'l'lll Til I II Ll HOII ITU3S1IIK J? Tho Pacifists. roll call on tho Keed amendT no largest growers in me county roiilii will be doted to tho Federal highway and because of our failure not ment. Many "dry" say it baa been entirely Killed and members oppos'only this but neighboring counties; inurd ioiuVr. ed tho drastic measure on the ground most of them will plow up their Tiro citizens tire asked to meet with the Fiscal Court hero Saturday in .1. ilnAnlilinl . Washington, Feb. 17. Coincident ........! .... .!. -t sa.. u . ....! pm..i I In uniiH I , was.. t nB.o,i, e. . (If..,.-... ,,y w,,lcflthl guan.l.tee fund may be law- - that it would nullify State laws which of lllHC(m.r,nK Homo - potatoes and o her cd bio crops tho American emdo not restrict "personal use" and with , Wll.n lH practically dec del to ap- . T, f(f ;( V(a, ft HnmlI f rwisw )' poar beloro ( ongrer.s prior toad-- ' A. O. Crutch! eld, who planted Ml . that It would prove harmful to tho bassy In Mexico the big army of na-- " Ohio county citi.etis are working on this problem. They deserve not only . ,, cause. Many "wet" raenibera voted. tional guardsmen which has boeni .. lourument. March 4, to nsk for addl- - acres, said every aero of his wheat,ijiMir r ew inner counties ill iiim supjiuii, uui jour for It because they believed In glv-i- .. concentrated on tho border for str tional authority to protec American had been killed. A. Uafler fcd Ben-- , Kcntllcky posseM moro llora, un,k.vtsIf,, m0lirc, tImil oll!o ut HH . i. ...I ary .. .sean.cn and ships against tho der- - oU, C. A. Sawyer and other larsoIong u8 ihmi rt.sourcoH r(n,aln nmU.vc!ope,, tlu,y iir a, the hllWpn tulmU iiik me aliened ..a ii amies a taste eral months will bo In process of dissolution. Orders wero issued by growers declare tholr crops are ruin Dovclopment of prohibition that prohibits. submuriuo menaco, man of tlioso resources, however, mtiin? improvi.Miietit and advance- ' . the war department today directing there td. Flour Is selling at ?9.2fl whole- ment along all lines. One of (lie Willie olhclalH said toward the do- I teps imaginable General Funston to begin tho Ima a H.ro chance that ho will' not tale with further advancing expect-- , V(i . rPonb,rm.t-,OIMItS. 1,KACII 1)1 : AD. nu,n( flf ouf lhrilllRll tlielr Ill(Ullp ilP,s every cil dully. The same grndo of Hour mediate demobilization of all guard carry out tho plan, there was ()f th,s Ft.(,era, Ii(.hway or W, wo ,t? WJ iwmfy J() units remaining in the border camps. Indication that ho would make his sold at 1 1.71 this tlmolast year will sho say to the world, by her fallurif to do It, that nlie it- - not callable? Wlfe or Former Superintendent Suc. It is expected the last troop train iiddrcKS either late this week or car-cumbs to Heart Attack. Will Ohio couuly sit still in the boat vhlln others paddle, or will she proTUllKKY ACQCirSCKS will bo on its way north by March 7. next n;ek. , ly pel herself forward? Will she be known 'us one of tho Federal highway General Funston will still have Tho President' policy, as out-- ' Mrs. Henry Leach died at her home counties, or will sho be known as the count) that blocked the liighw.iv? on tho border nearly 50,000 mcn,al! Is that Wulww KNstrlrtlons to rcill!at Pc uuthorltuihuly i linos Will sho Be looked upon by surrounding counties as a deslrablo neighbor, or on Clay street Tuesday night about from the regular army when the irturt' of American JtelugtH. fongres before adjourning should twelve o'clock aftor a gallant battle as a pauper without uuibltioir' guardsmen are gone. pass a broad resolution giving him It's for you to'say, Mr. Citizen. The itsitn stares you' fully in the face. with a deadly heart trouble labting Secretary Baker emphasized Washington, Feb. 21. Turkey has i ..... miHitimi.il authority. He baa defi- ... I..-- .. .!.... !.(.. .11.... ii.i mm uun.i m.s u niuii..u.i tviu.uuii iumiik everyiiuni; ...F.i..-- . our poiv- - several days. The seriousness of Mrs. wiiiun FlkllS of 1H of tho guardsmen was in niint.. .i.iii.i.wi uhi.t i... will k.iv iii assured Ambassador Leach's condition was realized and way connected with tho crisis with Confess before adjourning hou,d lwr relatives and friends were in a no Germany.but carries out a policy deC 8 Ihe u". ' " "U for the ga.e. of a Hpec,a- - nuumirc, prepared tor the shock. w7 b termined upon long ago. The order J She was born near Cromwell, May o for and If there hlnjc "ot on ly tJ.-was Issued after Gen. Funston had -nd Americans gathered, in the' r ,mZ Jo A, neHcai, shL. 9, 18";! and married Mr. Henry reported. that with the new. disposiin spite of the statement ..of the neighborhood oi ue.rui. unison. Leadi .March J.1, JS98. She moved . . : : .r' z: i ...... of the regulars under his comii n- I riilH.l fM.nrfitiipttn in.. .Aiiifiriri.ii- riiiu.i Knins liritlSII KUV'TlllllVIH llll.l n with her husband to Hartford about tion mand ho felt ho had enough men against any tnicrierence oy turKisu percent iso o( vessels going to and seen years ngo when the latter' was SERGT. W. G. fclLES SWEDEN ASKS DETAILS any exigencies that might from the war zona wuie being sunlr lected superintendent of schools o'f jirlse. 'mo State Department before diby Oeriuan submarliies.olllclals pointOhio county, and since coming licre It Is also desired to embarrass tho PNEUMONIA VICTIM ON SINKING OF VESSEL has mado many warm and devoted ed out to.laj thai itiustAiiierlcati ve3- - reeling the collier Caesar and the Ca'rranza government as little a cruiser Deu Moines Jo proceed from selb In tha traiibatlantlc trade were friends. posslbo as tho malntainance of Alexandria to Beirut to land relief still held up t Funeral services wero conducted army at tho border has been stores and embark tho Americans HOIIY OF LOCAIj MILITIAMAN K.- it was emphasized today that when CARGO OF SAT.TPETEK GHKATIiY by Kov. II. y. Napter yesterday of--. a constant source of complaint from, appears beforo Con- - I'as called upon the TurklshOovcrn-gres- s the PrsiUiii tornoon at one o'clock, interment folNfKUl)ED AT PBE8K.NT, 1IKRK HATITKVAY PKCTKI the Mexicans. he will not do so with the pur- - "icut for further Information as to lowing at Oakwood cemetery. OK SUNDAY. This will mean that all tho reSAYH lAPiR. pose or asking for. a declaration of Use measure ot security that will bo Besides a husband and one son, maining companies ot the First and - tho afforded the vessels by Austrian and war. While It is realized thatHlnton, Mrs. Leach is survived by Third Kontuqky regiments will soon pacifist elerilelit hi Congress has somo Ccrmr.n submarines In thu wjtr area. two sisters, Mrs. II. A. Sanderfur and be on their way home. Company A. A belated dispatch was received at was received by relatives A wire Htrength, tho President is known to Stockholm,' FV:u. 20 (via London).. Mrs. Francis Parks; also two brothdat-thof tho First and Company D, of th bof Sergt. W. C. Ulles Tuesday stat hollev- - that the situation Is such the State Department last night --Tho Swedish Government has ask ers, (!. P. Jones, candidate for Sher- Third, arrived some time ago In recd at Constantinople, February 10, ing that tho militiaman, who had ed Berlin for particulars of when action Is needed there will the sink- - iff of Ohio county, and Rev. G. G. sponse to tho request of Gov. Stanla Uemo, as follows: been confined to the base hospital. flB Ql th() Swertlsh molor shp. be little division. ,, university at ley, and tho entire Second regiment Jones, a senior In "Yesterday after reading in tho Ft. Bliss, Tex., ,wlth pnoumoub for Hamilton, which became kuowu hore Buchannon, W. Va. the The President has decided not to Beforo her mar- was mustered out last week; at Fort call an extra session of Congress un- -, Chamber of Deputies the programme several days, had relapsed and, tfint on Sunday through au oniclal report riage Mrs. Leach was Miss Susan M. " Thomas. f a new Cabinet, tho Grand Vlzer his condition was very serious. News be an unusual less there should The VOSHol whlch w.l6 Jones. , from Uerllu Great Rejoicing. emergency, and It was generally ac- - 'asked for a vote of confidence which of his death, ncws'th&i shocked tho iin.lirh, ,rn,w .;.- - vn.B.v..ia Tho follow- -' wh0lo community, followed Wedues- - aI1(1 waB raakjng ner flrst cepted today that he will not call tho "as given unanimously. There wero great rejoicings in trl undor 1 JQl'OIt MAKLNtt UNDER Relatives instructed tho Swedish tla. was hrlntrlnff .1.000 miate in special session after March MR passages will Interest tho depart day morning. SUPERVISION OF STATE tho Kentucky camp tonight when the ment: news was received that all of tho that tho remains be brought here for lnlH of cl)Uo saUpt,ler lTom Valpa- lh. " 'Our greatest desire Is to secure burial and It 1b expectod that tho ralso While general reticence on the Am-Indianapolis, Ind Fob. 20. In or- national guardsmen are to be sent and WM conslKncil t0 thc SwPd. triau situation was observed today, to every Ottoman the benefits of nil corpse, with a military escort of onp ,8ll Farmers' Association. Her arrlv- - der to save millions in property and homo as fast as necessary railroad oh It Is understood that tho admlnlstra- - the rights which tho Constitution or more members of Company II will a wn, cagerly awaUcd because the wages tho Indiana, Senate this after- equipment can bo concentrated . t rmM ! lltit ntl.l tm 4lhln tfelflllttAH ( arrive, uarrmg neiays, ............... i...0 ........... .1.... All tho Kentucky tlon iieiievu tue iiegounuons so iar ..i-.hjocij 0r saltpeter In Sweden Is vlr- - noon adopted a report from tho Com- tho border. to secure tho sovereignty of the law evening or Sunday. Tho arrival may tlw,jy exhausted in exhavo buen unsatisfactory. and there Is a gen- - mittee on Manufactures favoring the troops have their records un.-- "' mo counuj, nun our ioreiBn poi- - D0 a8 Iat0, however, a. .Monday or urill scarcity of fertilizer. cellent shapo and there will bo no llltlmutoly a break Is expected, passage of u bill permitting brewers icy win consist 01 remaining enure- - Tuesday. delay on that account. less Austria changes Its position. The Hugo Hamilton carried a crow and distillers in Indiana to continue Germany is Informing tho United 'y faithful to onr treaties with our Funeral services will' be held at of U rotla tllV- J- and had on board the making of intoxicants indefiniteThird Among First. ' Hermon Methodist church, near Sttales, through tho Swiss govern- - 'allies In working to assure tho cause San Antonio, Tex., Feb. 19. At yUDg sous ot tho captain. ly under State supervision for sale In ami Interment will follow In !!!' J, lent, that It will give every assist- - to How from this alllanco tho was warned is "wet" States. Tho report w.ii pre- tho rate of approximately 6,000 ' nee possibly to American consuls In est n V.T 1 H L'O for both parties and the burying groundb nearby. Rev. ,VC.saC. I, il, Intnrma sented by Senator Mercer, Repnbllc- - men weekly, 50,000 national guardsGermany transferred to other posts, to strengthen our good relations with , Harper, pastor of tho No Creek men still on the border will bo retlon hero as to whether any lives 'an and a "dry" leader. ueutrul countries church will conduct the services. Ow- were At the Bamo tlmo Germany is under-.th- o Tho ouly member signing a minor- turned to their homo stations and lost. Tho vessel was Insured ing to the uncertainty of thc arrival by stood to expect that the United the Government War Risk Com- - ity report was Senator Bracken. Sen- mustered out. MAKING PREPARATIONS FOR of the remains no dates have been mission for States will hefp German consuls In Among the flrst units which will ators Simmons and other leader In 1,500,000 crowns. WOODMEN OF THE WORLD bet. tho United States to proceed to uew Dageladt. In commenting on tho fight for prohibition voted foi entrain for homo wllbbe tho KenTho u ports to which they havo been as Iu clv" ufo SergU L,,,e3 was a fttrm .tho loss of tho Hugo Hamlltontsaya: tho majority report. Tho Third infantry tucky troops. lionkliisvlllc. Kv.. Feb. 21 signed. er ,,vl"K ubout ,lv0 lnl,e8 ,,ortl, ot "TIlO fact that the vessel Was COI11- The bill has tho approval of many and field hospital corps No. 1, leave tenslvn tirnuarntloim arrt l.elmr nm.lo Tho Kentucky ambuTurkbdi' Assurance. fnr tim bli.iii.lni meeting In Honklns- -' Hjirlfor.I. Ho had been n member ,1IB homo from Chile renders It prob- - nf thu leudlnir members of the Legis March 2. Ambassador Vlle March 13 and 14 of tho head of Compa,,y n B,nco ,ts oreanUa,,ou ,uble thnt thoso aboard had no knowl- - lature and prominent business men lance company No. I, and First InTurkey has assured lJU" a,m ,U11 "nsc" lo U8 rirsl(edgo of the German proclamation of who want to give the brewers and fantry will leave March 16. Elkus of its willingness to walvo all camp, Woodmen of tho World, Juris- y ut)V sca war z0,j( quarantine and other- - diction of Kentucky. Judgo W. V. SurKeant' Besides the present bor-tu- o vessel distillers an opportunity to savo their restrictions of The Stato will become TIME TO ABANDON FORCE wise upon tho Immediate doparturo Gregory, of Maylleld, head consul, ,lor Berv,? " attended all of the en- - ( W1H ler way ,0tween two neutral property. TAFT ILV8 NOT ARRIVED Americans gathered was hero this weok conferring with- - L'a,nI)Uien,B for the last ten years and harbors with a cargo necessary to "dry" April 2 or next year. If the of the thousand (served several months In active ser- - .swedlBh farmers. iu tho neighborhood of Beirut. Ital - jtho local committee. That it neverUte- - bill favored ttvday becomes a lav New York, Feb. 20. Former Presho has guaranteed the American re - , The Women's Circle of tho organl- - vIeo ,,ur,"K tho night rider troubles. iC3it hecamo tho innocent victim of u brewer or dUtiller may pay the tolief .ships against any luterfereuco by .zaTlon, will meet hero on tho same ,Ic wna u wp'W soldier as well as jtno n0W German submarlno warfare Stato a licenso of $4,000 auuually ident Taft, in an addross here a Bod cUlzen and was on tUo vorso(miist excite Indignation and resent- - and continue In the manufacturing night in defonse of the alms of the I Turkish submarines. dates. Tholr sessions will bo held at Tho State Department, before dl- - the Avalon, while tho head camp wilt of nroiuoUon to Second Lieutenant mt.t here. Tho Illegality of the business as long as ho does not at- League to Enforce Peace, declared tempt to Bell in this or any other that at tho time tho Monroe doctrine reeling tho collier Caesar and tho hold Its meetings nt Union taborna- - or ins company wnon lie answered tno bi,lklB 1(J 0Vdent. was promulgated "It. involved great"Swedish seuso of justice cannot ';dry" State. cruiser Des Moines to proceed from Cle. No fewer than five hundred del- -' n,lul tans Ho was n,8 " moIUDer The bill recently passed not only er risk ot war between this country '" Woodmen, Itself bo satisfied with tho declarto Beirut to land relief t.Bate t0 the two meotlnga are ex- - of tho Ma80,l,c let Aloxandrlu teinltles. ation that tho vessel, coming from a prohibited tho sale but tho manu- and a European Power than a leaguo and embark the Americans, pocted. ' If SorKt- - Ule8' who WUB 8ln,,u' ,eav''8 remote port, was luslde tho war zono facture ot alcoholic bcveragci within to enforce peaco would now." has called upon tho Turkish govern- Several companies of tho Uniform inot"er. two sisters and two broth- - and henco must take Us chances re- the State as well, which meant thu such a league had beeu established ment for further Information as to nak, W. O. W., will bo In attend-"- 1 gardless of whether the captain hud confiscation of millions of dollars Iu three years ago, ho asserted, tho the measui-- of security that will bo auco and exhibition drills will bo n cra- proscut world war would have been knowledge of tho new dangers. Nor property. afforded tho vessols by Austrian and picturcsquo feature. It Is legardedj T ! preventod. KN' PERSHING 18 CIH)SEN Iu the war area. a3 probablo 'that the Hon. Albcn can un eventual money Indemnity German submarines Mr. Taft said that while his symAS FUXSTON'S SUCCESSOR make tho damage good, since at the EACH GERMAN TOWN a iit.inti.il .llmmtrh wan rocnlveil at iii.vi., . ..w.... uuuv...... t.uu,ivogiiiiii. .oii.n.u, uif aiin.i.iniii rn..n.n.,.,.o.. TO "ADOPT" SUBMARINE pathies were not with the pacifists, presont time, It was precisely saltDepartment lost night dut- - from tho First Kcntuoky district, the Stato he did not bcllovo it wise to call El Paso, Tex., Feb. 21, MaJ. Gen. peter, and not money, that tho Swedfd at Constantinople February 18, will bo elected consul to succeed Copenhagen, Fob. 20 (via London), them "cowards, fools or mollycodJohn J. Pershing received a messaga ish farmers neoded." as follows: via Ilerno, (Judgo Gregory. y Tho Kiel Zcltuug, a copy of which dles." It does not help In an arguThe Swedish Government also bus from MaJ. Gen. Hugh L. Scott, "Yosterday, urter reading In the Ktrlko Is On At Krupp's. chief of staff ot tho United States protested against tho sinking of tho has been received hero, announces ment, he added, to begin by calliue Deputies tho program of Chamber of Amsterdam, Fob. 21 (via London). army, announcing tho appointment Swedish steamship Varlng, of 2,296 that a now plan for the promotion tho man you wish to convince "a a new cabinet, the Grand Vlzler ask --Tho frontier correspondent of the of aen. Pershing to bo commander tons, which was reported destroyed of aermany'h submarine war Is start- fool." vote ot confidence, which ed for a "Wo have not reached a time la ing throughout Germany. Under tho , xas given unanimously. The fol- - Telegraph says a strike in the Krupp of tho Southern Department, taking on February 8. plau It ,1s' proposed that the Import- tho history of the world when wo can lowing passuges will Interest the de- - works at Essen, Involving 17,000 the pluco mado vacant by MaJ. Gen. ant towiis each "adopt" oue subma- abandon force," declared the former HOVE DRY HILL IS , purtuient Workmen, has been In progress for o Frederick Fuuston's death. j Gcu. Pershing plans to leave hero APPROVED 1JY CONGRESS rine and its crew, entirely defraying President. "Wo cannot assume that " 'Our greatest desire Is to secure fortnight. , tho cost of tho upkeep ol the vessel nations will always treat us Justly; for San Antonio, whero to every Ottoman tho benefits of all' Tho men, tho correspondent do- with thcroforo, If wo havo something to them rights which the constitution claros, aro demanding higher wagos ho will take chargo of the dopart - , Washington, Feb. 2L Prohibition mid men, supplying the provisions and luxuries, and protect and there Is a vicious forco Many meat of which he hits been In of the most drastic nature clotho. confers upon him, and In this manner and incrcused food rations. paying peuulons to disabled men or abroad nothlug can provenr Injustu securo tho sovereignty of tho law of tho strikers, ho adds, havo beon porarj comumtid since tho death of was approved by Coucress tice except the Imposition vf force." Gcu. Fuustoii. whoa the Houso .by a vote of 321 to widows, pol icut to tho front, in the country,' and 'ourTlbrol iwneni urn r.n wilouii if ill uu WAKE THYSELF 0, HIO! -- I o ... one-fourt- j' '.,. Z titi-jt- 11 1 ed ,,.,,, . t .,... ... y - (o to-da- y, 1 ..-- ,.. St Z lar L ?K -- artur; SZ ". J - - .beiMttoofougla " ... tr) ' at '.W . i' .t jtl 11 11 , '"I" 1 E. I J fra-stor- es .., I -.. I to-da- ( lo-d- lr- - t'T-i'V- i-' tin - V i. ....i- - ably happy tho day I visited him. . Bight years previously I had boon FAMOUS MONK IS FIGHT ITALIANS reeotved by him In ltomo, but this time ho looked nt least twenty years SLAIN IN RUSSIA MISTS youiLgcr, evidently tho result of tho IN CLOUD leads with r life he . healthy open-aihis soldiers. He certainly struck me as ono of tho clevorest men T havo IlAHWriN 8AID TO IIAVK 11HHV TKLKttTIAI. CONFUCTH," VAKT over met, a man extraordinarily woll MUKOKIIEO J'OR HIS TltO- OF lIATTIiUtt WITH KNKMV read anil with a momory which never GKKMAN VIKW8. 13,000 KKWT 1IMJII. forgeta anything." Russia and a reconciliation with awmany. Coming Just at the tlmo when tho Kutcnto nations worn called upon to ahswer peace overtures of the central pnwors, it Is a dramatic and striking answer, which drives home tho force of tho Russian refusal to cud tho war at this time. wsQWtxQQWt&QQ CALL ON US For Overcoats, Suits, Odd Pants, Ladies' Coat Suits and Cloaks. Don't miss us. All new and . Tho Rent nooinmoiulatlon. GARB USED Tho strongest rccomcndatlon any RELIGION'S srticlo may receive Is a favorablo word from tho user. It Is the recomf those who havo used From mendations Pcasuint To CVnr'M Favorite Avnlnnrho Perils Add To The Urnvr It that makes Chamberlain's Cough Sensational Ulso Suddenly Daubers Itravo Troop- - Are ftemedy so popKlar. Mrs. Amanda Ymioi to Knil. Glerhart, WnyncsfieM, Ohio, writes, "Chamberlain's Cough Itcmcdy has been used In my family of! and on San Francisco, Cal., Feb. London, Feb. 17. .A. H. Savngi! for tweHty years and It has never n In tho peasant a T.nndor, tho famous explorer, In tell- fniiivi tn rnre a couch or cold." Ob was ing of tho splendid work lielng done tainable everywhere. m world's most autocratic country, a man of mystery. by tho Italian troops In the mounHe rose to wield it power that tains of Italy and Austria, says: simku - frmade mlnlsterles totter and which easy to under- mrM)i:i:n thousand "Iu Britain It is NOW IN' Till! UNITIili STATICS Folfimn Six Sent. threw a shadow across the verv stand why peoplo find it dllllcult to A Md story Is Mil ii (en, Feb. 17. tlifono of tho Czar. become Intorested In the Italian front. Washington, Fob. fanatically religions, bis reported from tho village iVear Almost The official reports contain at ran go i'rf the Bavarian Alps. Mrs. amendments by Seiuilor Cummins to mortiUt were of the lowest. itnd unfamiliar names which tho mass stringent provistemper some of the was born tit the Jnlmnna Kelalor. a widow, WUB Olllcf' fJreeorr 'tasnutln of the people havo never heard of, ions of Uie espionage bill pending I'l little gVborinn villago of Pokrorsky, ally notified' that lici sixth arid last nnd the strategical situation, apart Overman, of front In the Senate, Senator In TobolSk. Hl tnthcr wit wealthy, son had bevrt- killed on the from tho knowledgo that It bus a North Carolina, y declared he Rumania. On the following day tho KuMci.1 Is cull but a peasant what-Igreat deal to do with mountain waraid r.o had been told thorn were 100,000 ed a "mtfJjik." A a boy he wu aged woman disappeared fare, Is beyond their comprehenspies in the United States and that It tinnrrlKnfrV. trace of her could be found, until Ho vohld lltrt Worir sion. was absolutely essential that drastic and did not' get an education. her body was discovered In a tic.tfby "There aro one or two plain state- laws be enacted to protect naval Made Most of (."Vcgory's time was iient Mill pond a weok- later ments which ought to give,, a good submarine bases and other na- In the vndkn shop, wlwre he talked by the lo of all her ons, the accomIndication of what Italy has tional defenses. much and Jointly, and picked as many bd. ended her life plished. One Is that of all the armm BIX MONTHS quarrels as he cotild. WiWever", 'tie' Europe, Italy's ies of tho Entente in ONE YEAH votftrf shop lr' hi native wff of the Is tho only ono which Is righting an WAR TAINT PLEA town soon becartie too duU: to matte' EITIZENSHIP SIISH offensive warfare on the enemy's It sittiuslng for Jv.ipiuMn t.- - "iitiuig&l soli; To reach this proud' p'osltlon, ACQUITS MOTHER theutt .DUE TO WAR SCARE have had to fight the Italian soldiers lii ; their way between and on the topi Hi started on a pilgrim i s; uverr rilhice he oTflmk vodk. moni of sorao of the highest mountains on our Continent. WOMAN KILLS CHILD OF than wxs good for kirn. At fast ho CUVK.tMZATION ttV.QVKOTH Fit KNOT hero lu' found "To Imagine what that means an reached Moscow, GEICMAN SOLDIER AND IN TW.'XTr- Englishman ho has not seou this thosu who could maitff him, WiW'hls is kouk nomui country must got tho JIalvora Hills lack of laming. hec'5Wculoij'' !!? ... n'ftftH i ni out of his mind and try and picture' ut'K.iu iu f.t.H iw ..i.V.'.iiJ ....,- (NOT SUNDAY) Religion was his pnWfcxi- - ret.ifffln peaks three times higher and moro "Wailitnsto'n, Feb. FTi Oivrtrj; tho Jan. 15. An impassioned Paris. than Srtowdon's, and Austrian troops discussion by tho leading men and and worn0. AND fnce tho dlfdbnmtic re3k two week n en tho top of thorn and Italian troops He delved into tho lo-- r the Toretgners llvtwr In on the right oi the ' J Kletf. tn with Germny, scaling the sides of the women of France dowa below chiircbv journeyed female to choose the father of her thiY'tlttltoo States. cntAbiy- - Orcans mountains.. tbci HI.1 AVutrfrmt-, .lmv - flnr.ttMI to th ..children and to snppresithe off irprlng: Mount Athrnx. to Jenitolem. UnsiA ....... .. "On our western front It Is a case . Once bite.1 tn J of the unloved male has followed the went to sen court' ..tli iKMomo Amerlcaoi altfMis prlf-jm- j . an ns 'I of an offenslvo underground, with 3n such niimners inui ipaninni acnuittat by a Paris Jury of 'Joseph- - he became :i aaoujlk Hie soldiers burrowing like molos; on- total char- - of. fa-- 1 daineil monk ino IJarthelemi of LaS'WomVials sairf IJXIar front It Is more a kind on Someone inrfrJuced hirSUt the H bp L.stiinated, Air Wea A Great Monthly Maguino ilV:JXt.HV fantlcide. ,. , . ... of celestial warfare. ... si f"nMIt IcUiltfitl' in IVt 1,1. .. ,..-- . " The girl, who belonged to a good liiw nt IIH" Ull,ll Vr'llliU , "Our allies havo been fighting nt family In Charabley, Lorraine, alTos rograd nt wltome receptloirtr men Iu tici all Imaginable elovations, from the science-vM- i llu. churW afcrom- - tmT:o3. my. lttJ. aion.rmorvtlmmCO.- ed that she was ir vfctfm: of the Cer- - letters, level" to 10,000 feet to 12,000 i" ....... nal,rnH.--i,iiiwrimc? : ui-man invasion In the earlier days of men. Mili orr!ijsin,wj feet high. war. She was allowed to- return with women, a.irt,. altho he the "In the Cadore, where they arc to Paris via Switzerland, nnd, on miserable elothmr. and his aiannnrs.. wt rRjh ,or lwpw. ,vah AND -'i tufighting now, the sides of tho mounAugust 15 last, gave bfctli to a child". went at liesl tocouin, auuitains aro In many places vertical. killed, crying; benutifn k!i immnrllatelv s At the beginning" of tho war tho ;'pi! hi' i a lloche; I don't want it." on ton of them, but. "It's wero -- ' ".. jsrxi'' Philhtlolpfcia. lh rani tn iurv's The - - verdict off "not guilty" Ii " . i .tv. t.. thanks to tho wonderful engineering i- rr,wt( '" " st nnnp i .jf., fiecnrimcnft has. Iniiit :iDDlnuse btit;'overiniiiB ii.ii work of tho Italians, they havo been religiiu lhtl sslfclr,. of mor, thuu 100.000 the thinking sections of the public !coer of dislodged. Ileautiful roads havo been h5' ate wn,u KI,tf;',n nxamfu-- . H dlstriluu-o'to- . .TJOak's are far from approvln-- the acquit- -, 'more, su"1one M.im of lVtioivad. I built, tunnels have been bored into . than ri. V..M,, ., IT tlUUVHl H. ...rf tn hearts oCMlie the mountains, tons of explosives vvtp:,rti.,.f,t tlm. m, Uaron de Wal'elTn loads and voices who could turn if Ute city. mxhoA ( ( tJii llPplrttn,)nl placed Inside, and the entiro tops of factory nud aiill the contrary view. "Tho child whose ifiast manhood the- feet-an- d klssuPtfrr hamin apiQis- - tmnloyiY.-wit- h the mountains, with tho Austrian life the Paris jury Held! so. cheap-walarg numbers oi'for iimnh in their-rHiperched on them, havo been blown' M ercn,:wmrtfHE' on tl.Mr.rpayrrillli.. not German," lie contends. "Every shaKgy, boorish only sometimes 'nw r to pieces, employes in a wholesale- - rav tllH 'ous aid their rnmnlA InstliictlVelv feels that r "These- vortical mountains can onwiKniwn. more Horn' than. Uie Uous side wn hfaiijat real oppw-- tbl'COatH' Amerlc:,r fCittjBiis ono chllil -is much came Tlu-ly bo scaled by placing ladders Tt'n of thousands! of. iiiiillrfsiJon uml thn wHolu weight of f.fi.i.rSplendid Combination ma Little Over nbove tho other, tyiug them against modern thought, as well as medicine. tunity for political' 'power. Tdi-rirtRkwjin bz dlstirtmiid among; nuch up them until vvUhbat an hesr; JSe (,mDi0y,.rs to facilitate their reaching puror was still Halt The Price. tho rock, and stopping Is bound to- support that view. . THe-rws',taUt 01 .lo.,,.. in.tunillra.tlun. a suitable placo Is" found to begin "Josephine Unrthelemy's child' was was dissatisfied. ili.t-fnriero- r - Hndl elr work with the perforating machines. emphatically Frencii; to kill was (tl U.ivib, nnt - ". laa:.:nuaiJr of n t spueiiil ijytruc- .togRtaerj. When that placo Is settled upon n worso than a crime It was a iooi- - pre-J- were Beldorn tofs wilt be desif paled itreomn. proper 'wooden staircase Is construct- Ish action such as ao jury ought to for the first time In many- i r in the reqnireinetb iwKar SubMcription tirdors at thirf ntto will bo :ic cltlzeniinp, iiiid'dnpurtmeiit ed along tho faco of tho rock below, "lio they rode In tho wtue carrlawdnr-inihave approved". All' Sinidenly a nubile cofflsraonj so that tho machinery can bo carried In the Immediate' future kill' their ooptud only whon .snt through regular C'ourior- .i.iiiiiMrb will jnterwnl' ewet aptho tlionsasaiSnif cheen4jtVolce- plicants in squwls ami iuform them iip the more easily. offspring will be able to.say-.- i Gil. it aboro Juurnul Agents in this district. very valuable in boamed out: witoi. vill be ex "Pack mules art tmiiw. tn detail was a Boche.' " tpected of them and liinv tin pass tho transport in this country, and the "Thou slmlt iwar.a soni Madame de WAUIY 1). WALKER, development of aerial railways with president of the National Council of onir.tK it was Itasnutinif voice. tttth- - imposed lyj-tbitllVJl- awung across from the TIio Czarina huff ruse tiUtl Hartford, Ivy. Frenchwomen, holds that Joscphlna Hut- latmountain tops to tho valleys has con- had no vestige of right to kill her sank back In htr carriage. O e.3. siderably simplified the early prob- child. er she received tl;.tnu!ik at thccimrsFOR FiETQHK'S siippllos. Petrograd. In less tlirj? a yearn lems of "I pity her," she says. " but her in 1 "Hut sometimes deuth comes sud- acquittal provokes no enthusiasm r.i after his prophver an heir was boi.i UNA L ( '( ) . ! mUU KK-.rO- (I Ky tho bravo Italians Just when me. If she hated the child' iho should in the Czar. Uasputins name vva,! denly to (iliVH lt(ii'Jxrl;Untllei.. object. A beeaaivei everyone's Ius and Use they have attained their have turned It over to the State, us on I ........ .....1 vimrw II- ........--- Those vuIltV) Im.vt rn it SridiHOU fnV(irif.A ...... great friend of mine, an artillery she could very caBily have dono. Tho lliuiu mi. powurrgrew tmil' ef the gnnft. extinct' tvptlle Trlcern-top- s succeeded lu named Moroll bad From then nit bis fact is that French Juries are vuxy tin illnsieniir ("terrlhlv lizbringing his battery to tho top of a lenient In cases of infanticide, where so his intrigue. Time and ugalir Ilia l r.nvi ' tivt'A. earlier and probaQiy nncesKal specimen known is tlin reiuann of laborious climband a.ti one Will ard") wait! iiit peak alter days of as our laws punish thm too severe life was or, bitter. BltfH a amid n.tiraliiri tiiws of ctratnpslau ("liorued-fae-.....- .. daugh youiiL- - individual but nt thai n uu ing, when tho firing or his guns caus- ly. Rather than Inn let incoinmensur. Madame (luseva, whose two .... .... i. whole party prlc of. i wrialn of the animal' as it was in !JU or a i i iiiiiuwrjra iiuvo iluiiritueu i. .. paid the Kiiinn 8 feet long and" stood perhaps 'w ed a landslide and the nte punishment meu prefer to acquit ters had vivid Hctiire inch as tho iiitttlin; by tu,.luMce, The prlmitl'ie forum were high ut tlin Ills. Altogether U niui overwhelmed. favor, trletn in kill Imhi whs i erring whs the lender- - vi' what C. H. liJilgtit now In tin Xnttoii.il an a rule suuiller and less blziurts; have Uiiotv ait edit and unaliMCtii "Auothor porll to those lighting I'roL Plnard, or the Academy ot i., Httsputti-Hi.. varty 111 MuHtxitit ai Washlugtoi., Is the pnscsscd much smaller trllU beilbt HlollL'6, not: nro.tiirmuil' so Ortnl on...i men that can not bo foreseen Medicine, who has for many yars .. ..... .w r..i.t . yvu vmj Muniiruw I. ilablot in appearante us some of it Ho tried his best to pre- .IniiKr.ullu w iVtdifl fit tliM rilii'ii fill. u ut i iiihtv nbuititn in t. Of coureo It Is possible liuni avalanche. anil-rasuicide movement Russia. . I- .r.tK .. v W. i ltntr tt tttiA iri,itliin lie m ,u. I. placea led the later r,elutlv8. tir wlilt Germany ..I. vent tlw. present lo build huts and camps in in France, Is still moro emphatically $3 no buch danger, but htewltly worked for su separate sivo llinlj ionUrouH Uuily, ami .itirjeul horu. For it long tlmo tho fosHit and where there DsiichvceriitouH In described f d' of the same opinion. . ...... I ... ... !..... .11. ... .(....IiimI. tl. AiinfminiL li.tll ii' ill. .,w, K. ...... v'" niiifiiM ii'iiiiiiiis in iininu iiiiujttuurs wrv noi tall itun report Just issued by U L when tho men aro on tho march they work cries out peace, "Alt ray llfo's understood, but collectors eventually S. tttulocrirul Hurvev. Ileoartnu'ld P yoar, ac stout, curved brow hvrus, ililuoteri,or In. nnvnlonctl by a rush of snow iiualust this acquittal," he of (in December' "The l Jitjryi. foumt enough parts, of skektotiB to !!( noni, piiv:i-iiriiKe- ii or moro th .Interior, as Professional I'apel about fifty or u hundred nnv in. Inc. however low Its cording to udvU'es from Uuhstu, two iif .f hlze of .St. Paul's Cathe- origin, Is bacred. drovo to r and srtat spread nt. bony eape roi; give nu Idea of the appenranvo and 103; "nntehveerntonH. u t'eratops Union tho Anyone who at- viunifl men. uiHtecrut Trlcerivtiii ehuructer of tho anlmuls. Iu tho an Dinosaur from the Two MedlClO dral, nud death Is certain. Some tempts to suppress it Is a barbarian." lioufle In Petregrad, vttUero a tnau aj the urt-'- and shouljlvrs. SO feet, spok-e- n and last fow years enough, lino skeletons trt.viiiuttr... ..r lnn..i..n i bound of a shout or a been Kasputbi enter-- . Kcwhod a length et ever . limes the . slimed to htvfo 'f u.u..4. vf. .IIUIIIUIIII. llV cause It. Tho urns Its skull from nn Up of Its biUeil htvve been found; to extend knowl- CUmore. The roport Is purol) teefc word is enough to Rail SKIn. ed their- automobile Tbe car Constlpntlou Causes Ijavc to (he oii( of Its frill, tits Urn edge of them notably and a number YussupofT- palace. explosion, of tho gum. has naturally nical and muy bo obtulned from m A dull and pimply skin Is duo to driven to danger. tn bony capo is technically uaivn, wit? have been desciihed imd named. Coradded lo tho UlrecMir of the U. S. fleologlesl Cries were hwrd und win movement. a sluggish bowel feet long. Yir It wan Among the ucw forms of horncit explamea an much as After Itumunla I certainly think rect this condition and clear our pollco came, nltendont'j Wushliigtou, U. C. forces will However, probably n. ulusglsh, stupUl ererttnrej dinosaurs recently iltsovercil Ih tli that the Austro-Oerma., complexion with Dr. King's Nov that a doe had been shot. aTfowith inteltweiico luiiiu-iviin- i nuler. Jknown as llruchycertttops ("short- drove attempt u big udvunce on Iho Itali Life Pills. This mild laxative tauen tho story goes Unit un Slop That OiukIi. which lived ages age. ans, perhaps thru Swiuerinnu. uui at bedtlmu will assure ou a tall, from the palace to an UlamU in lor ns vrmu, in propvtlou to Us homed faco U prepA lmeKliig ...... I,., llni. Inil In llthCOVIrrV of It hole skull, was among the smallest known in norUiwytrn Montana. Hnvchy. counh weakens from what I saw of our ally's movement In. the eerntops walked on all fours but hail wholo system, drains your vaett enemy wll get a verv free, the lu bacAboned nntmaK arations, tho Orlve out the dull, list-lo- lu the Ico nud divers ffcovctd. morning. uudl-enc- o I Other horned iltnwoii's tliut were lniitii Hiiorter front legs tuna hind und gets worto If neglected, hot reception. During a long very feeling resulting from overload- limn- of Itasnutlu. quite us large and peculiar lived dur- legs. h back wnB covered with throat-I- s raw, your chest aclifi t Ceo. C'adorna, I was In that be was takwith (Set The Hupposltlon ed Intestines and sluggish liver. ing the came period. One of these morale of small homy plates sot you feel sore till over. Ucllfve Ih only by his gardmuch Impressed not At all Druggists, en to the palace, Invited to the a bottle (I)lceratops) lucked the nusal horn close together In the skin. The tall cohl at onco with Dr. King's N' ul genius but his ralm and grit or.i. 1 en and bunded a revolver loaded with unarming man. hut otherwise much like TrIceratop3. with heavy and long enough to drag co very. Tint booUiIiik pliio baW1 Mnnk cartridges. and his pollto and Finding himself at bay, ho turned Another Urge form (TorosnuriiB) on ibe ground. The head hud short heal tint lrrltntffl membrane;, a" nerft. Old Quarrel. The audience with und was hud a thinner frill with two large beaked Jaws, it slnehi stunt, uimri the nntlseptle nnd laxuttrc iiuhIIU'1 "l uIho hud a lone Blw-AS'bIs Iho trouble between the weapon on his enemies opening through the bone, though horn ou Uie nose, urn! two knobs rep. Bill l hit germs and break up " King at his villa near tho front. defense." tho Have they hud "shot tn self-.. resenting the brow horns. A short cold. Don't let a cold UiiKerrv ni,0i,. n.ni h met these wero concealed In life by mu the beautiful photo- Mllllo and Arthur! ..ui Jin showed mo u now quurrol? bony frill exlt-ndebackward over Dr King's New Discover graphs he h:ui taken, tome of thoin of his Activities In cular tUue and skin. He No. The palcli ClC off their bis fate because He Trlceriitop and Hi. (eUu tho ncctno tuc shoulders. Tbo best i PwW .w.ti aiitancBd nosltlous. .i... , lnUrela ot a sepuote. reaoo (or, Uv ll'Orinw win . old onv Fudge. llvu most simply and was reniatk-- ENGINEER'S WORK HARD low-bor- Sloan's Liniment Eiwmjs Pain. Sloan's Liniment Is first thought of mothors for bumps, bruises and sprains that arc continually happenIt quickly peneing to children. trates nnd soothes without rubbing. y Cleaner and more effective than mus-sn plasters or ointments. For ncbes. netiralcln paiit ami that grlppy soreness after colds, Sloan'j Liniment fives prompt relief. Havo a bottlo handy for bruises, strains Pot sprains and all oxlernal pain. tfw thousands whoso work calls tnem outdoors, the pains Ami aches follow-Inexposure are refived by Moan's Llnlm'eut, At all Druggist. rhou-tiiiitlk, Hub Clothittg Co. HARTFORD, KY. - WG1MW&?'XWMXXA$ n - $4.00 $2.00 I I COURIER- - JOURNAL KX-KH- lirf.rai:d. Daily By Mail 1 V.k-sla- ..... FARM and FAMILY the-Itall- 'ti -- H- ,.,..,., .. ,i c During January - Aus-trian- : -. h ,,,! nnlil February Only Two Months. ..!....,. Special Rate Period Limi'ed to These R'. r - 1 at - ...., - 3 is - w.-ek- rs to thj the-cable- - - hilar Cry OASTO R A ''tUr--lioru- oidvie, of-ric- er WAiWrWWM .... thrt-Nteiie- .i-i- he - y '. J. It " "'" ,ti. )ji lia-itt- k 1 - - n - non-grlpl- ss y'l won-dorf- ul to-da- lod' !- LURKS MINGLE SONGS 3533 morning when you're delivering that second load of Ice." Htnltlngi Spills Homo Word. Tho Doston Itrnves wcro having n bad tlmo ono afternoon nnd (Icorgo tomorrow line who has been wounded fou WITTY SAYINGS BY mi times. If ho survives tho wnr, this veteran is going to havo a collar with BASEBALL FLAYERS WITH CANNON'S ROAR four gold stripes on It. Tho Ued Cross dogH of tho French Stalling, their temperamental man-ngc- r, . net Contents 157hiiil PraRhffj H hardly come under tho head of pets. I was having ono of his tantrums. ,sSr KNCOUItAaKS Tlioy are a lasting tribute to the part NATIONAL GAMK At such times Stalling", gives vent to FMiOKH OK ItlltDK ON mON- T- dumb nnlmnta havo played, nnd nro QUICK MKNTAli ACTION, Innguago both caustic and pictures-quFor Infanf,3 anrl Children. ANIMAI.K AI.HO, HUT MOV playing In tho firont world conflict. HAYS WK1TRK. Motor cars wero popular with NOIHY. MASCOT TOO Tho (Iorb, however, render n servlco that season but not with I tho players scnrcely moro nalablo than the little ' managers, who thought motoring and French donkeys that carry ammuniIlascball demands quick physical baseball did not mix, and ln thc formWith tho British Annies in Frnacu, tion to tho front lino trenches. Theso action and encourages quick mental er fact StallitiRs fo'und inspiration Jnn. 20. Onu of tho distinct surprin- llttlo burros nro ns wlso as they aro I action. It dcvclopes a nlmblo wit If for an artistic and original tonguo A ,.. r.rT. t's to thy newcomer nt the wnr 1$ (o Rray, nm hoc nnv tipnt nt nil In that dl- - lashing. Maranvlllo had booted a Tliclr long, straight cars, always And lnrlts nlngitiK over tho front-l'ii- c wininm n. Hanna In grounder; Itcil Smith had let fly with AVv;i5d.it)!crfcpaf.ilionroris',1 trenches. Ono would think that birds poking forward, nro attuned to ho Yofk "J ""-- an errant throw; Hank Oowdy had sounds of battlo nnd when tho firing il of every sort hnil lone since Jn lfjo Jojib gtrelch frorn UniiilioStonwtonniowcbor misjudged a high foul. driven fnr from tho wnr zone, hut, In- gets too heavy they dart for tho inld.0clobeP whlch la tho cham-Bholtd blankcty-blankl- " "Look at that P of shell liolm nnd Ho there ,0lsh stead they lurk in nnd about It In 8eaB0( thero nr8 raany ln. raved Stalllngs, seizing on . tcni- Qu(ck anawer8i na tho first automobllo namo that camo Kreat numbers. Very often tho mid- with tho drivers until danger 41. n. nvn Irnnxun nmntif? linnnlia.il men. den fllfiht of n covey from a seclud pommy is paRt raccffiilnessBBdRestCoBtoa Into his head and knowing only that Rome of the strangest animals of ed thicket or remnant of wood ha-- i icillicrOpium,Morplicnor t,cy nro of diverse apt- - tho offender had somo mako of car; . ro- Kivon tho firm ulRtinl of n Bhrapnel tho war aro tho wildcats of Yprcs. iicss, and vary from razor-edge- d "and you, you B It fathead!" anaTho old mother nnd father cats of partco to tho retort courteous. It attack. nftcr nut you wcro In a position to hear you thematizing tho second sinner,to V ll Tim drumming of big kuiib, lliu Vprcs wcro onco domesticated, Sui the l which ho turned his attention of mn when tho frightened population fled would hoar as much witty persiflage third. But by that tlmo ho had run i Sal! JlrrLUi 1 JnistScrd jj chlno ruhb, tho whirr nnd "bniiR" at the first bombardment, tho cats, on tho diamond and on tho bench of out of names of automobiles and tiertiiaifr&l1 of "plum puddings" and "rum Jars" truo to nil cat traditions, remained tho rapier ns of tho bludgeon sort. could only sputter, "And you, Gowdy, Tf: rl rent over by tho enomy trench mor- behind. Now Ypres Is a wilderncsi haB its verbal swings and you you you bicycle blnnkety-blnnRUariZalZW .. '. ' iir.CTiCTliirf and "1 tars seem to have lovt till terror to of- ruins t.n.-- . all tho cats bom Willi ,. r 'nB nn(, t, t ncr06g . ..tinvn tinniinn llln i a (.ntrfiiinmcirrfor tho feathered songsters. They chirp nviuB i'"--'A Covclcsklo Ynrn, Diarrhoea aa Rally nnd loudly over the muddy nnlmals. t Covolosklo, tho Detroit Neglected Colds Grow Worse. lTopably tho most amazing of all , tc nntl Fcvwhhncssi ami "lino" as If thuro was no such thing A cough that racks and Irritates wM ,n dcadly carnc8t ,n h8 LoSSOFbLHCP was tho lion cub Vrar vets, however, In n.H the world as wnr, 8olutlon of a debated point the throat may lead to a serious rcsullinliMcftotnralf adopted by tho Americans in tho sug- - chronic cough. uut his Q ngt Bummer '. Tho Drltlah Tommy U Very fond . If neglected. The j "u ' gestlon was none tho less amuelnE .healing pino balsams In Dr. Dell's racSimiloSinaturco"of pets. When ho can nafoly do so rrencn avinuon scrwuj. " I Bnd distinctly novel. Tho Detroit pln0 Tar Honey Nature's own rem ho throwH crumbs over tho parapet in a inns paper i , iur miU u.m. vpro j,lnynB at thc poio ground, anu edy will soothe and relievo the Irfor tho larks nnd If ho hud his wny oi a cun u TnecoaA..-- -"; sent emlssnrlcB In to buy It. They j my BvnnBr tho umprc, called ritation, breathing will bo easier, and would fill up every nook and corner WElL-la- s It grow up they wero go-)- ft yan,eo ,aycr Eafo at flrBt baso tho antiseptic properties will kill tho of tho trench with omo Bort of ani- Bald when ktI r i I'wnPrsnr.Y'filXtPHfifl flw ii (ifiSBBI aaBk BBM BBk BBH im iSka mal mnecot. As It is, thcro Is u ing to urop u in inn uun,,i. m,va'-' tjovelcsklo entered vigorous oojec-b- germ which retarded healing. Havo It was spoiled Into being a pamhtrniiRO inlxturo of pets nnd pests In it hnndy for croup, soro throat and and perod pet Instead of a man-eattheso deep cuttings In tho onrlh That man was out, nill!" ho ex chronic bronchial affections. Get a playful howls at to tho umpire. tho outpost of battle whuro tho men finally because Its bottlo today. Pleasant to take. At was sent claimed Ufo. night became a nuisance, It 1 lioinsolvcs llvo a sort of animal "No, he wasn't, Covey," answered all Druggists, 25c. Exact Copy of Wrapper. TUCXINTAUB COMPaHT. wrw YOH CITT, . Evans, In his easy way. It Is n life no human being was ever to a 700. Intended to live, nnd yet tho health "I say ho was out! Suro ho was MTTEItLV ASSAILS GEKAKD Kcvrrc Cold Quickly Cured. of tho troops is positive)' nmnzlng. out!" "On December first I had a viry Of nil tho trench pests, tho rat. "No, he wasn't," repeated tho um- Von Itevcntlow Accuses lllin of Givby reason of his oizo, takc3 j Bovoro cold or attack of tho 6")l "a pire. "Conic on, let's play ball." ing; Out War Information. o It may bo, and was nearly down sick no is ovorywncro. "Uut I tell you ho was out," il ferS O. J. Metcalf, Wcath- was out, tho bltr Polo. "Ho Amount of cleaning up has tended to in bed," writes Amsterdam, Feb. 19 (Via London). . rovc lt We'll take a voto j wipo hint out. In fact, ho waxes fat- erby, Mo. "I bought two bottles or Count Von Reventlow devotes tho Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and it of tho Infield." ter and fatter ns tho war goes on. loading editorial In tho Berlin Tagcs comOf tho pets tho dog Is by far tho was only a fow days until I was TcIN Connie His Position y to an attack on James Kcltung I firmmore numerous nnd popular. Thcro pletely restored to health. Not nil tho humor comes from the TI? "nnjt fnnmni A mnMMtl nTTlflfl No Money Cough experienced player and not all of It. inAdvanoo nro goats and cats nnd canaries and ly bellcvo that Chamberlain's whom ,)0 accusea of hayIng medSatislac Tho story of ho bush Is Intentional. various,, species of mascot, but tho Itomcdy Is ono of tho very best oq deHberate. tion Gnar dog becomes inoro a part of life than icines ntid will know what to do when leaguer who. when uonnio mac ly to transmit Important war Infor anteed Obtainable wroto nsking him what position ho I have nnothcr cold." any of tho others. LovestNet mation to tho cntento by way of ni played, sent back a photograph of Many n subaltern or company com- everywhere. America. Priooa mander bus gono "over the top" Into himself ln a crouching position nnd ho writes, "Many Indications," Old Hook llrlugs $1,050. inscribed "This Is tho position I play' "havo continually pointed to tho thebattlo with his dog leaping and barkTerms A Now York, Fed. 17. A copy of is true. So is the one of the Mllwau- ing happily berido him. Scores of Saving oS cable serIn Penusyl- - keo fnn wj10 hurried through tho ory that tho uncontrolled SlOO to dogs havo been killed beside their tho first book printed vlco and letter servlco to tho UnitJJ20O masters and hundreds wounded. In (vanln, an nlmannc for 1 CSC, sold hero pnt0 ono threatening afternoon and ed States permitted to tho American From Fac n P. A. BTARCK rC8pon8e to tho cry of tho gate J embassy had also boon an uncontroll- tho fighting about Mamctz, during yesterday for ?1,950. baniuci tory Direct RE5IDINT tho great "push" on tho Sonimo. a kins, who styled himself "student tender, "Here, you forgot your rain n.l ninthn.1 rt nniYimutilnfitlnn wlfli was check," replied as ho rushed for the, Lond;n Itcd Ciosb searching pnrty camo up- - In ranthemntlcs and nstrology, ih h&t . I don't need any, I ,,, , ,. , on n pathetic llttlo group composed tho compiler und Wllllma Hradford grand stand, ownhome I of a subaltern, his dog, nnd four prl-va- tho printer. Only thrco copies nro j KOt an umbrella." AvnnnMnn nt R!r ilirt fMintnin nwl Wo will ship you a beautiful Starck Piano for 30 days' freo trial, in your soldiers, Just aB they had sprawl- known to exist The ball player's ready gift of per- - , home. No cash payment required. All we ask Is that you will play UP?"' V,"0 London ThU8 Casement. days. If, at thc end of tnaUtlmo. you do not find It tno this ed to their death in a burst of you have tlncnt cxpreslosn was Instanced last ) learned ln good tlmo of tho enter- - and testEradepiano for 30 highest sweetest toned and nncst piano la every way; tiatwo will, in ever n tnai Business Scholarship. gun flro. seen foi the money, you are at perfee" liberty to send It back, and fall at tho closo of tho prlso which led Casement to tho Irish pay the freight both ways. X J Starck Piano must make good with you, event, Wo havo for sale, a scholarship, series between tho Brooklyn Dodgers Tho dogs In tho trenches "havo I or there Is no sale. capturo followed. coast, and his groat fun chasing the rats. They will good for a complete course In cither and the Boston Bed Sox. Scott, the American Ambassador Gerard and Easy Paymints Save S15Q.00 er Mort and Accounting , or Boston shortstop, was a star ln thoso leap over tho parapet after Bookkeoplng oven You pay no cash down, but alter 30 days Wc riilp direct to you from our factoy, t wcro tho ones who dehis personnel J trial, you can begin payment on the lowprices that nve you upwards of $160.00 ir vhe them Into "No Man's Land." And Stenographers Course ln tho Owens-bor- o games, his adroit stopB and long, un- livered tho honorable Irishman to est, easiest terms ever suggested by a piano cost of your piano. W'a guarantee to furuisa tho Business & Industrial College. erring throws played havoc-witmanufacturer. These terms sre arranged to money than you can old "Fritz" from tho enfor sometimes jtu a better piano You the tho hangman." suit your convenience, and It li possible for aro assured ol receiving secure elsewhere. emy trenches will snlpo them. Thcro For particulars apply at Republican Brooklyns. Manager Robinson of tho An attack on American newspaper i sctUfictcry sweet tontj durable high gmle you to buy a piano for your borne, without . Eitss..'s the money. tf Brooklyns, was commenting on this piano. Is ono old terror now ln tho front office. service from Berlin is appondcd.and aituiK OR.Vex Riiaranlnat ohase I tho contests. "That fellow," I tho nrticlo closes with an expression MayrHMM 2nd-Ha- nd BrfatM explained Hobby, "mndo tho greatest , of Erery Btarck Piano la KB Btarck riayer-Plathanktn,n. thftt Mr- - Ger, We have constantly ou band tnnrantecd tor 55 years. the best a Most beautipegs lO llTSl 1 UVV4 oan. " a large number at slightly used Tul trusrantee hu back nrd has left Berlin. ful Plm Pi3i a tsa ana scconu'tianu pianos vi of it our !6 years of piano ."ou win be how "ho does It? Ho puts tho ball i experience, and the repulighted 4tiil tnqlrM ucn in ex market, with the many ex on a trolley lino and shoots It across. tiling for new ritarck I'lanos elusive features of these tation of on For Bilious Attack. follow, The ad are a few simple bargains: wonderful Instruments, and Not Always Same. rfi cnsmie piano iioufc. tog will bo pleased with the When you havo a severo headache, 50 Frea Musio That'B a largo ball you use," re very low prices at which $110.00 Weber accompanied by a coated tongue, Lessons marked an Englishman to Jack War Stcinway .92.00 they can be secured. 9 I loathing of food, constipation, torpid Piano Book Frea Chickering .190.03 To ntry purchaser of hop, tho pitcher, when the New York ! Send today for our new or partly digested Btarel: I'iauos, wc gie free KlmbaU 95.00 Americans wcro training In Bermuda. ' ver. vomiting pianj lesaeris, in one of beautifully lllustr-tc- d music 195.00 book which gives you a Starck the belt Known schools in answered Warhop. dryly, "but food and then bile, you may know "Yes." largo amount of informs Chicago. Theso lessons you ' you have a severo bilious Send for our latest complete tlon regarding pianos. This can tike In your own home, It'll bo smaller when Walter Johnson that bargain list. book Wnno 'ou nlQy u0 u,te B,ck will Interest and by mall. This represents I ,ack it " plcuso you. Write today. ono year's free Instruction. long- - thero Is much consolation in know-ue- d When Billy Murray, a sharp 1313 Starck BIl., CHICAGO PIANO CO., A. STARCK tak-h- o Irishman, managed tho Phillies. '" '"at relief may bo had by his , Ing t'TOQ of Chamberlain's Tablets, had a pitcher who had tried soul by his Inability to watch baso They aro prompt nnd effectual. m 4 This nltcher allowed a vis- - talnablo everywhere. as King baso runner to tako a long lead T IMtlNTING 00 YKAItS .,- - ,i off first and steal second unmolested, i UIilli:il THAN THOUGHT At tho end of tho Inning tho oITonder. j CASIQRA o. '0 iK-n- lrn 'flwtsk-iiftkonaiid , . Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria lii-t'- mid-Apr- . or Always Bears the .,.. f-- Signature . , tf M In ..... !" fVr 4i Use ..... " For Over ,,..,., Thirty Years ut sssjsasagaKi to-da- Statck Pianos iSi Faetty I j Essi.t Ai-iJ- ,.,.,, ..., to an u&io rncc ihihl. au ni)'t?ee vniAi your! ma-chl- post-seaso- fee'dbk ."" u I'laycr-Pisno- p 9e XOcrk .Vcond-han- ! 1 Many Women in this Condition Re gain Health by Taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Convincing Proof of This Fact Itidgway, Beiin. "I suffered from femalo troublo with brtckacho antl pain in my sido for over Boven months bo I could not do rtny of my work. I was treated by thrco different doctors and was told roe getting discouraged when my'Bistor-in-lahow Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Comitoundhad helped her. I decided to try it, and it restored my healtlit so I now do all of my housework which is not light ns I liavo a littlo boy thrco years old." Mrs. O. M. RniNES, Itidgway, Term. w all tho lima and could scarcely Bleep atlL Tho doctor said I had a pevcro' caso of ulceration and without an operation I would always bo an invalid, but I told him I wanted to wait awhile. Our druggist husband to get Lydia K Pinkham's Vegetable Compound advised-mnnd It has entirely cured mo. Now I keep houso for seven and work in tho garden somo, too. I am so thankful I got this medicine. I feel as though it saved my llfo and havo recommended It to othors and Mrs. W. E. Linusbv, R. It. 3, Tenuille, Ga. v they havo been benefited". Mrs. Llndscy Now Keeps Ilouse For Seven. Tennillo.Ga, "I want to tell you how much I havo been benefited Lydia E.Piukham'sVcgctablo Compound. About eight years ago I by got in such n lowBtato of health I was unablo to keep house for three in tho family. I had dull, tired, dizzy feelings, cold feet and liands nearly cine Co. (confidential) Lynn, Mass. read und uuswered by a woman uud held in strict confidence If you want special advlco wrlto to Lydia K. PluWmm MediYour letter will 1 opcncdi v.v.um...b j,,ltsburg ' pa.Anild manuscript by Murray with: i. 'V crattmen of tho middle, ages, mo ono thing. What did you "Tell n Carncglo Institute, lies a allow that man to steal second for?" or- manuscript of tho Cistercian man? I didn't know thcro "What i tier, uuiiu in inu v;u i nun ul iu wns anybody on first.1 century, Mrrv rn,i tn his other nlav-- twelfth discovery whichhobears w itness prlnclplo of ho of ors. "Say, Bransflold, andyou.arant you. too, Knabo. after this when Printing 500 years before ho date and. generally recognized tor that dls- there's anybody on first toll It to this LUV"ry' pltcher. and tell It to tho outflolders Tho book belongs to Wllfrlcd M. and nil ho others. I don't want any Voynlch of London, England. secrets on this club." Tho manuscript In question deals ()no On lUuB Wodle. Ping Bodlo, formerly of tho Whlto with tho teachings of St. Augustlno. startling "foaturo is In tho deSox and with tho Athletics this year, Tho corative Initials. Theso show tho has long been a target for stories haviug to do with a supposedly un samo stylo for overy uso of tho same " "n ' '" wooden duo ouanlty of flgurativo r tno Pae Pves that, In In bo cranium. Uodlo was at roverso matter of being drawn nnd colored In tho bat in a gamo against tho Yanks "toad stopped tho play to remove n dlvldually, they wero niado by the and largo movable blocks of type snllnter from his hand. As ho did uso of so Hlr'dlo Croe, from tho Now York Reward, SIM bench, gavo him this bit of advlco; Tho rcudcrs of this paper will t "Stop scratching your head, Ping." 8leased to learn that thero Is at least one milled dlseaio science has been oxchango able to cure In allthat stones, and that Is A hard man to boat in an Its la Hall's Catarrh of pleasantries between blcachorlto Catarrh, euro now known Cure the the only posltlvo medical to and player Is Sherwood Mageo. Ma- - ' fraternity. Catarrh being a conitltutlonal uiscase. requires a constitutional treatgoo never wants for a retort. Ho was ment. Haifa Catarrh Cum la taken internally, acllntr directly upon the blood trudging from tho Hold to tho bench and mucous aurfucc.i the system, there- of In llostou when a denizen of tho vy aestroymir tno lounclation or tne un case, nnd Ktvlug tho pallont strength by him 'that ho waa bulldlmr up tho constitution and asalitlmr bleachers Informed doing Its nature "a big bum" a favorlto oplthot from havo solnmuch faithwork. The proprietors In Its curative nour. tho safety of tho stand and "didn't tra that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any caso that It falls to cure. uenu earn his money." lor iiBi in lesiimoniais. & CO., AddrfM! V. J CIIKNBV I'Mnvtin vnii'ro rlcht." Mui'fVt dune; Tultd O. Fold bod' Tak by all DruKlls.I'lllio. for eontlpatlak lUII'e Faullr back, "but I'll bo lu"niy llttlo . .. wv.l..fv lt 41ia finnnli .- , wna frrnotprt t Yon Can You Be Whatever Want To Be , You can bo a success, and a big success, if you havo AM131TION, ERERGY, NERVE. Tho road to succoss is easy if you are properly prepared. A Business Education is the chief requisite -- $m for preparedness. Tho big men of today almost without oxcoption aro tho men who prepared yesterday. Wo preparo you for tho position that are waiting for iho propared man or woman. School in session tho entire year. Pupils may enter at any time and receive proper classification. ! Onto hiss I (Incorporated)- liii m - 4i.is' OWENSBORO, KY. j. -- - ANNOIJNCKMKNTH. for Inspection of mnrchant vessels of ounce of credit, If you would mcasuro cxorclso moro care In tho selection of to harbor tug.i, all kinds from liners FLEET IS your county officers and exorclso It that way, tlmt Is duo them. NOT!' AnnoiinccmcntH In this with a tWw to their adaptation as na-better spirit In dealing with counaro charged for nt tho rato of numUnrlrti. your county. ty nffalrs; tho first thing you know, Katerod nrcor.lliiR to law nt th l'oototnc $0. 00 If Martcd before March 1, Vmi of Moriiuuitiiient. LOST PURPOSELY coml your county, this good old county ofmull mutlft of the HMHor.l, Ky.. JG.00. Pnynhlo tu ad I On war being declared, tho great- thereafter, (By Tlnlw.) UM, Ohio, which Is by no means tho worat er number of Ilieso merelinntinnn advance. Havo von been In tho habit of county In tho world will soon bo rur.Editor would bn nt once Improved Inlo serALLISON .T. RARNHTT blaming your county for many of tho nlng Itself on a good sound basis, Its NOXK KXCKPT WILSON AN!) For Heprcwntatlvo. TIN8LKY,. , Business Manager vice This collection of craft would W; S Wo arc authorized to announco Hi, Ills and troubles you navo nau in ncnis paiu, us uuhuicbh uiuurs in i NAVAL OFFICIALS KNOW must people would seo JJ--1 bo about nil eandldary of L. I. HMIIRY for Ik undergo, such as bad roada, poor school houses repaired and supplied WHERE SUITS AUK. of tho Brand operation. Carrying llniinlillrjin nmnltintlon for Hrnr... to I ridges, school houses out of repair, with wells In tho school house jardb Address all communications nmmunltlon and other supplies they 8cniatIvo of Ohio county. SubJott meanness and hlsh for your children, and alt because Che Hartford Republican. neighborhood would bo kept busy scurrying to and to tho Primary Kindlon, Saturday. you yourself havo awakened to tho taxes? ports and August 4, 1917. d KEPT SECRET I fom tho higher and fairer and hotter porform- - MOVES May bo your county Is partly to NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS the fleet al sea. your duties as a citizen. tt,. iviimiv Jmlin. nWrllwri dcnUW tint tlntirr wilt to ntifw blamo but nro you not partly at anco of We have paid out hundreds of mill- Wc aro nt,orlzed to announco tho Did von over stop aarriinaiitKlTotliMhdJiwMi.lninBlilnKtlie j yourscIf? ciuxllilncy of MACK COOK for the Ions of dollars for our lleet; wo l ttqxuMt. consider what attltudo you gen- -' SEE WHAT TUB OTHER Wiling Tliico of Navy Not To Ho iinvn in nni,tc to .,,.. Notice. '" w ,, niir nilleors and men. They , Uonubllcnn nomination for Judgo of SnrinfM mnlv,- Ynn ,Mndo Known Until War Cloud eruu u.Bv.iU....wFELLOWS ARK DOING? If war ' the Ohio County Court. Subject to n,ui ii.,n nt Mt line for each nildllloiml Inwrllon. Ait. iltrk oi)ltanrin,neh()iaiioniiiiiC:ir(lofTiink.r.c criticise very freely, don't you? Otl Is HIV "" tflawflnii. H.itilnlnv am x.u..? .. to trust them .gust lrttnrv comes wo will have J 4, 1917. lino. monfjr in mWnnn". criticise your local magistrate court. bul ot" and permit them to go about tho InuHopklnsvlllo, Ky., Feb. 20. At it ' nro authorized to announco tin, Itiess f protecting our Interests with- a mass meeting of good roads' enlll receive no often you OVCn crltlclso tho ADODjmnu. commnnhntlunpi New York, Feb. IS. Undo Snm'a out nskliig them lo employ n press fniidldncy of It. R. WKDDINO for Logan, Todd. Appeals. In fact you barely stop thusiasts from Warren, Mention juuku tuTiiiran imuiiimiinii Trigg counties, held Initio licet has mysteriously and com- - agent to blazon forth their every J1'10 HUT lilliu ftllllllj Vjuiiii. iuik)uifjt:i 01 short of criticising that Higher Court Christian and - i. . la lllirnORGlV. move. ..lil,. .llonnnnnrnil .....,......v ncrc yesicruaj- imcriiuuii, imin wciu to tho Primary Klection, Suturday. August 4, 1017. or a vigorous campaign to be lost and nobody hero know, Uts He -3 MtVIIng Saturday. . W II- A -Cood ltoads la IC A.JLnr OvLit orlaii waged for tho purpose of securing whereabouts except President Cp ygLxmcro' iCatuol Wo nro nuthorlzed to announco the Permanently tho routing of tho pro- - son, Secretary Daniels and tho chief there. candidacy of It. II. MARTIN for tho aid highway across of naval operations. Republican nomination for Judgo ot fim rireult Judce nay even Posed Federal lv "FOOD RHUS" IIRKAKS .FEBRUARY 2.1 tho Ohio County Court. Subject to FRIDAY. OUT AT PHILADIXPHIA ., ....v...- -. .- .tho Primary Klection, Saturday, An puss uiruuBn tuu.u. minute. stn.lv vourself for Just a so as 10 Is gust A, 1117. your as well as Marshall. Ballard, Carlisle hostilities with Ccrmany or not. it Philadelphia, Feb. 21. A "food rh p.Hinr of tho Herald Is gettln' little while. Shouldn't you play Tho counties to tho not likely our navy will havo its hidGraves. Wo arc nuthorlred to nnnouncB tho b the wives of strlk- eaten eggs. !part In the general plan of things? and riot" mlcbtv placo !.-viz., Ohio, Hopkins, Miihicn.. -- .. for .. tti., i,,.f ni,nni what north, Caldwell, Lyon, etc., havo put- lugAbsoluterevealed. of movement Is lin niiivii nt ll.. l,"r..tillln Ktllr.ir candidacy of .1. A. IIKLLAMY til.l..,. tho .!.... .". secrecy f,,r "" nt 1 : T net, while a sub- - !i s comlug lo vnn? Do you ever tr, l'rg, In t"" ,,,' Whpn Kenning Company resulted A fish not is a fish Qf ni.in Cmintv Court. Siiblcet to yon nsi not. to make things uctier.' uo in nn ..- -" "" tho Prlmnry Klection, Aug. 4, 1017. tUUt.MW iini bomlinrdcd tho casii by Stato Road Commission- - tho Germans our property as high as you should Planned ,. .. . c f f.imwi tho nrlilsb iiconlo injury of nine others when tho pollco -. . .. r By this it er Wiley, to be switched flU UD IV kfUiTO VUHO For County Court Clerk. re.m- Two German agents arresica in in honesty and fairness? Briiv .Kmutnilod to know where Ad- - . and btrlkcrs cliulicl near mo .. We nro authorized to nnnounco the U.. ,.!! - j - nut mnnnt Hint Vflll OlinlllM T11Prl" VUWf,i "'VtV, N.wMa.w w av ,MVn. ..0... Jelllcoc's fleet was. mav .. JM Wliai WLTO UIUJ buiOfi'. Now York.' .. of W. C. ItLANKKN-SHIv wt,........ - iihv aro bybacked In miral somewhere In tho gray mUta i Tho dead man. Marelnuenas Del candidacyRepublican nomination for AnmnA vAiiccnir wiim vntir npiPiinor iiiiiiriiiivinii ...v rfv... -- a LUlUfiUU jwvj- Ing? for tho "Lost Coleman fight, it Is claimed, because your neighbor may be Just this SO years old fell before a po- - County Court Clerk of Ohio county. du Pont, and the financial aid they of tho North Sea." was all the satis- kobre. ru.- .-. Subject to tho Primary Klection. ro vomi-Lynchings aro becoming more fro- - as bad as you aro but It would be mi s ui nui faction they got from Winston .1 t , 1017 . l.... " uetier ror you to wko a careuu m-- . Lord of tho Ad- - cred bricks on reserves rusr.t'd i ouiunin, ub At tho meeting here yesterday It. Churchill, then First ventory of your own self and seo from City Hall. Mounted Pollco ft hung Jury. authorized to announce tho ECooper was chairman and John mlralty. Just where you stand. When you Scrgt. Jolly's jaw was broken by a eantlltlitc- - of M. V. CHl'MLKY for tho I.o-t- . V. S. Fleet Kadi W. Richards was secretary. toward RcpubUean no.nlnat.on or Couiity Think of It, a federal highway run sell a small strip of land to tho counNow It is tho turn of tho American brick as ho IB.I10JMH1 uie nm nvc counues name. ua nlug right through Ohio county, ' tv for a road over which . you and .M.HAMniiln.l In t IirTi - jlrtlrtfTO irtll p.n.r.-- . -- . .. . r ,i .o .VimiTrv Klection, Saturday. fleet to be "lost somewhere in the " your children, your neighbors and was shot In the stomach by a pa-- 1 ' Boost, boost, boost! Tlrst of all, it was determined that bluo bazo of tho North Atlantic. tor. j do you their children arc to travel, j Navy Department has suspended trolman. Tho noiiien'ii ilemomlr-i. county at the rate of ovorv .. county should send a larKe Tho llll!n t Lh "HKII . . .ga 1. H. Ford and other millionaire pa not charge the ...l.ltn. tn r .InlTt lillllrvl ItllS IMIMH 11U11. mlilnli VllbllVU n v.til. tl lltn Wo aro authorized to nnnounco tho --or, !.... uor for the ( Iate candidacy of erintK havo nothing on us . If it from ?75 to ,1G0 per aero for land " .m Mir columns, that wouldn't otherwise uriog more The wises, mothers fepuu r.(--can nr ininuuoi comes to war we offer our Onli1n.it fWxln mi..... t. dole- - retary Daniels has requested tho cor. this afternoon. present their claims. These than $5 to $25 per acre? and daughters ot the strikers deter- - j o ho ,,r)nmry noctlon, AuEual . .. nil sorts ot respondents not even to speculate ..! ...Ill .,mnl ..... OUIIIVH..I. " . 'mined to march In a body to the re It It is. said that only those of tho t. 13 IIUl ol.nl.ln nnctror In tills lacis aim f." iiriitcs 10 snow wuy iw tuintuuuh tho whereabouts of the finery and demanded that tho con- 1917. sex need apply for pensions to say that tho road cuts your land feminine - southern route Is tho hotter and units or mo lieci. graut-ed- . For HIicrllT, nnder tho. Mother's Pension Act, in in two or works some ouier meomen- 6hould havo tho road. In each coun- Respecting this request, i do not cessions sought by the men bo Wo aro authorized to announce the . wi 'lences upon you. Tho convenience As they marched through the Jndlana;, guess as to what securo for "' and the benefit that you get from tho ty a man was appointed to Also a intend to hazardoura first lino defense. streets tho women cried that they candidacy of '. A. RALPHShorlffthe of has become of ltopMlcan nomination for - this data and have It ready. were Btarvlng. The loss of a soldier t.or uen. fun- - roau moro man ou suis unj im.uuvc.i- , rnmtniuep was nnnoinicu in caca uui iruiu uikiu iiiuuina Ohl. county. Subject to tho Primary Klection, Saturday, August 4, Qn eton's ability must nt any time ho lence that tho location o: uio roa i r 1917. with the greatest of ro- - places upon you. "iou havo no right. accepted of tho Drltlsh fleet I can ; through from g'.ve'a picture of tho safeguards the STRAY STREAKS. ,ret but his death, coming In tho Wo aro nuthorlred to nnnounco the tor , ,,rMent crisis, Is an ultra loss. candidacy of S. A. RRATCHKR for 0pWw,lIo to Frankfort to carry Navy Department will adopt In event (By Fluke McFlukc.) tho Republican nomination for Sherw UlU nxKiif hml Cilll nnnMinc Wfio lilllj, UUII efill IUUV1. .ffc7 f A nf Vnr. Subject to tho Germany's unrestricted submarine the county roads are left so often on arrango for hotel accommodations. iff of Ohio county. Tho Immediate vicinity of our na Primary Election, Saturday, August warfare loses somo of Its terror poor ground, some times In tho Boston, vy yards at Portsmouth, Tho men named to secure tho counIt is discovered that only ono torn of a branch, sometimes on tliu ty data are E. G. Dent, Warren coun- Brooklyn, Philadelphia, Washington, Notico headlines in a dally paper 4, 1917. enter- - edge of a rocky hillside, often on out of every hundred vebsels Pugot say "Lady run over by automobile, Wo nro authorized to announco the ty; S. R. Crewdson, Logan county: Charleston, Maro Island, For the land candidacy or fi. I". JONKS for tho ing tho zono aro victims ot the un- - tteep or sidling ground, Coleman E Gill. Todd county; R. E. Sound and Newport will bo declared has two legs broken." When you undertako to do a rtuy'a takes man, Isn't two euough to Republican nomination for Sheriff ilersea craft. Cooper, Christian county; John S. "prohibited areas." of Ohio enmity. Subject to tho Prij work for your county cither by yeur- break? county. HiK Ships at Sen. mary Election, Saturday, August 4. your team, as a rulo, Crenshaw, Trigg Jf the Federal highway is built in self or wlifi t 1917. Of course, it is Impossible to hldo ; rtM rnnntv mnrn mnnpv will be nald vop nro your own boss, you keep Corns to Spare. Sclioolma'mn Killed Lion. a battleship, In fact, any other veswill bo your own time, you get to work when Fur Superintendent. to Ohio count? laborers than Our friend, Fritz Lautcrwasscr Marysville, Cal. Miss Bessie AI sel when It Is In port, but where It says he has three corns on two toes, Wo nro authorized to announce th ,ii m. uv.tii'-- coimtv. This is duo you nlease. you quit when you' Is K. K. HOWARD for tho to the fact 'that tho U. S. Oovern- - plcaso, and then you ralso a howl bcrta Kane, teacher ot tho Lone Pino has como from and whero it that Is, he has one corn ou each of candidacy ofnomination for SuperinRepublican and the State ot Kentucky will because tho county tries to avoid pay- 1- school, killed! a mountain Hon at tho lng. and tho location of tho fleet of two toes and then a corn between two tendent of Schools of Ohio county. .. a.. . i.a.v, VI'ttlllA DAHrnl O .l. ? . lif.tK n. ..... u Dv...D l.ll iv.u Will ing you an excessive or exoruuain. ooorsicp oi mo ionuiy coumry acuooi- BEslst In building the road, tors. Subject to tho Prlmnry Klection, All letters from ships will be cen- .. houso recently, Saturday, August 4, 1017. re fall down on a proposition like price. For several days the lion, mado sored and friends ot men on board After one week of scrvico with Often when mischief, meanness or that? Fur Jailer. fol- - ships will ho required to address Capt. J. H. Thomas' rear guard lawlessness is going on In your com- - desperate by hunger, had been Wo nro to announco tho lowing tho school children to and tors "care of the Navy Department. forces, as canteen bearer wo have candidacy authorized HIIROADKR for W. you refuse to report it to In tho death of First Sergeant of M. C. Washington from school. C Liles, Company II loses Its first tho court or to take any steps to- shotgun from Miss Knno borrowed a- Should tho great fleet bo sent to chucked up our Job and quit for tho Republican nomination for JailHenry Keefc, a teamjnember while on duty. Lieutenant ward Its prevention. And then you good. The Cnptaln kept us contin- er of Ohio county. Subject to tho Primary Klection, Saturday, August Btc.r, and kept It at tho school house European waters the fact would not uously on Mldklff, it will bo remembered, blame tho courts and ofllclals for Osesr the run from tho fountalim for protection. When the lion be- - bo mado public unless an "Incident whero canteens are filled to tho ditch 4, 1917. burled with military honors the iowing BUch thingB to go on. Often keep occupied by him, back of tho main day beforo tho company left for tho when you aro summoned for jury camo moro desperate than usual and should occur. Tho fleet would Wo nro authorized, to announco tho school houso In constant touch with Admiral viola-di- d stnrted to enter tho candidacy of .1. W. DUVALL for o fluid. No sir, wc don't get our Jamestown encampment, but death BCrvice to try cases involving nomination for Jailer ot school was In session. MIs3 Ham S. Benson, Chief of Naval Tho uons 0f tho law you refuse to ndt como while In service. movements from nn Ohio county. Subject to tho Prlwent to the door and flred both eratlons, by wireless. ono KP.S anv nunishment or to take a firm Is brdken with the loss of 45 horso power, high speed en- mnry Klection, Saturday, August 4 Thru agreement with the War De- gine Hon, klll- and we'll bo blowcd If wo try to 1917. Dt the best soldiers that ever signed stanii ror law enforcement, and when barrels Into the faco of the Tho animal meas partment, a board consisting of armv keep up theso full canteen trips to (summoned as a witness you refuse to Ing It Instantly. an enlistment blank. and navy ofllcers has been organized Capt. Thomas' quarters, only to bo We aro nuthorlzed to announco the attend. Your excuse often Is that ured nine feet from tip to tip. candidacy ot K. K. TINKLKY for tho - jou havo property and you aro afraid Immediately The Hon. Ben Johnson, Congressordered back again, Republican nomination for Jailer ot empty. jnan from tho Fourth District of Ken- - that tho offending person will Injuro Ohio county. Subject to tho Primatucky, was forced to leave tho House your property or no you somo oth- ry Election, August 4, 1917. AT LARGE. when a vote was to bo taken on tho er harm. You forget that ofllcers F.tiihion hints say that men's Wo nro authorized to announco tho "bono dry" bill on account ot tho ami members ot tho court also huvj clothes will (It closer around tho waist candidacy of H. A. LKK for tho ReInn- ih s Mil' on. of a former secretary and property and have families and ara We know of a few publican nomination for Jailer of death old blu.iti. around thii ill.igo who art' Ohio county. Subject to the Primary thereby lost his vote. Wc arc sorry exposed to tho evil Intentions of the ."CV-August I, 1917. ii ii'dng full ly good headway. I (hank Mr. Johnson lost his vote on this Im- - offending person, much moro than 17 ww, 1 bo right up with tho fashion portant question and although he re- - you aro. ... -, ' ,'. ... - ..,l.l..n.l IU n..nn.....n IttfV wlll.n,.! I.. Il.n ,l"3V ..1.....I '" "llWIUritlll UIIIIUUIII.U "" fused to say later which way ho " " I....It Is not sufllcicnt answer to this to J ' ifullducy of J. T. WKDDINU for tho .r tholr glad lags. Now get gay and would havo voted wo aro sure It gay that the ofllcers and members ot nomination for Jailer of seo your namo here next week. Ohio county. Subject to the Primawould havo been ono way or the oth- - tho court llvo mainly at Hartford -- . ..'ry Election, Augubt 1, 1917. only havo been present. property lies icaltcred In varTholr cr could ho I fai (foul's One Chance. ious parts of tho county and they Tho U. S. Government Is going to and equitablo distribution of the pubaro exposed to ovcry perTHK MILITIA. themselves build a $10,000,000 armor plato an I lic roventio, & e. No other body ot men serving a son In all sections of tho county Shut up, wo don't plant somuwhero und believe youi munitions jioblo caubo honestly and eiuccroly whllo ou havo only to deal with tho v, ints to locate it bo that It will bo has como in for mj much criticism of peoples of your own small commun-lat- o liiacosslblo or very hard for a 'ii National Guard. Tho ity. Now turn around a llttlo. Bo Hoiisutoulc Cook Joins Navy. than tho enemy to reach. Our burg Is Baltimore. William A. Johnston, mllltla bus been raked over tho coals fair with youtbclf and with your tho ono Ideal spot. This Is tho onlv 1C2 pounds in his baro foot, walked. by tho highest army ofllclals yet It county and with tho courts and with chanco wo'vo bad In 700 years. Why, Into tho ofllco ot tho United Stntes goes ahead obeying tho commands of your ofllcers. Try boiiio other plan even our near friends and relatives Navy recruiting btutlon n fow days very olliccrs that condom It and besides harsh abuse and criticism, tho rarely over get hero and wo cun caj-ll- y ago with fire in his oyo. ecrvlng tho country, many of whoso Try tho spirit ot friendliness and nhow Undo Samuol, with our regard Ijts members ai thoy operation. Try tho plan common-woul- d "I want to got a crack nt the ' brand of train service, how very nny other common laborer. ly known as "tho squaro deal." Trv who sunk my ship," ho unld that any foreign too could to Lieutenant'. Wilson, "I wnnt to ena favorable IJu't when tho field Is scanned care- - your hand at passing over reach Harttord, and, bhould an list In tho navy." fully by ono up a trco It teems that compliment onco In awhllo for somc-th- o enemy by some possible chanco And And in a 'few bourn tho United nillUianien, who now' return to 'thing that you seo dono right by his way hero, how absolutely linpos-tslbl- o States navy lia'd boon augmented by Ibelr homes'subject to tho country's , your county ofllclals. Surely In a life it would bo for said enemy to tho presenco of tho cook of tho Amercall nt ijny hour of tho day, huvo tlmn you will find a chanco to speak over get away. Lot's all root, root, ican freighter Housatonlc, tho first borno their part' of this Mexican fl- - a word of pralso. And ycl It Is root for our homo town, nn this plant bhlp sunk after Gormuny had notiasco about as well as Gen. Wood's doubtful If over In your life you moro than likely would fetch 15 or fied tho world of its Intention to Certainly ened your mouth in approval of a reasoned trooper. 20 pooplo hero. as much Is expected of tho mill- - public act. not ruthless submarine warfare. Your county Is a great institution tlamen but ho has surely earned his Johnston wns tho hero ot tho reI know a follow In this hamlet bo cruiting JIG per. It Is well to note hero that it in your old days you should becomo station all day. Ho .could d tight ho wouldn't giro you havo had anything ho wanted, but all tho luto Gen. Funbton started hla helpless and poverty stricken It U unpleasant look, much less pay that ho wanted was a military career as a mliltl.iincu. It's tho only Institution within your reach berth aa ship's cook, compliment ho Justly owes you. aboard a United Staten battleship, a hard thing to fling in tho faces of that will take you In and tako care and ho hoped ho would got assigned those antagonistic to tho mllltlu, but of you. It furnishes you protection I notice In a Keutucky Kxchango to tho first ship that went luto action. lit has schools for your children, and. true. . i f-s j ww wa?,rwm- vhcro a fellow after serving eight Ho got tho berth. i v zsniiiiiiiiHr- - "j- - -Tho mllltlu system may Lo all to It has as good roads an you will per-th- o 'l iJMj., ", '... years In tho best ofllco In tho county, i. strulght-j- t bad. In fact It rather seems that mlt It to havo. It you will in making his announcement for Messrs. Wavno Slovene and W. 8. Is, but the fellows who havo mado en up and turn yourself around and r County Judgo, atarts out by saying Tliibley uttcudod tho Shrlnora' mcct- sacrifices to spend almost a year in get ou tho side of that which is that ho Is heartily In favor of u Just lug ut Mudloouvlllo yesterday. N. on ,.aiuinj in Uioci.in tijiu. ihp sands of Toxa should havo every right, equltablo and Jutt and will Hartford Republican. i y. S. - w al oV-um- n I nilnc-proteclc- w;i .,, ( -. .,.-..- ,.-- rf p t-si,rs:.Jir r. SSnSSC ea:hSuu;,MaSto,thrc"un: t,i i.v .. 1 . T iuu -- hlcb-fullutl- n' ht ,n ..m .. !' ,,, ,.,,, ..." ... - v A - I viw" .....,. jho ." - ,, ....... ' ,;,:",,: " "" i., . ,-.. ... ..... 1 L.:oN.UT B'" '4- - .... Ltl , ... J. fa"J", fJ !. S tl ?TZ v .... bot-wn- en i nt 1 ..!.. ltlriirat ty al-w- as Wil-whi- lo loco-motlv- Op-Ka- rd ' - r 1 "u"k Xh - for-cli- op-mo- st re-su- all-flrc- t ?cr ssr -- nSTT" r -I nrccrcac: ..'T.'tti.iH .MhJUflS.'SX. .J&.JJ& '9SLUiii;ja.'i y. - NOW ON! OUR BIG 44444 I J Mr. Leo Robertson arrived Wcd- nesdny from Chicago for a snort via- It with Ills parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Robertson, before going to Arlzo-nwhero bo will engage In the cop per mining business with tils brother. n, BREAD RIOTS IN. I1C1W .9 it!l8 TITV if, II VflDtf "HI I Mill ! Mill-En- d continue until Sale Mr. tuirt Mm. A. V. Rownn, of HUNGRY WOMEN STORM THE ronto 7, wui'o the guests of Mr. nnd CITY IlAMi SCREAMING "WK Mrs. Rowan Holbrook Friday beforo WANT RREAD." leaving Saturday morning on the L. & N. train for Jacksonville, Fin., lo spend tho remainder of tho win-t- or TAKE BABIES T9 MAYOR nnd enrly spring. Upon ins return irom Florida Saturday night Mr. C. O. llnwler told of hlrt visit with Dr. II. F. Tlchenor, Tell Mitchell They Aro Starving of Inability (o Meet Adsaying tho Inltcr already bad n largo vancing Prices. prnctico nnd was doing well. Mi, nnd Mrs. Hunter spent about a month in various cities nnd resorts of tho ter, when ho hurled a rock through EXPKCTB TO 0 HKFORK CO.V. a conch window, pursued him sever- GKICRS KAULY OOfrONO WKKK QUIKT ON AUSTRIAN MOYK. al miles on foot whilo tho train watted. Btlll recall how PunsUn, ns a pas- throw a BenRor traln conductor, driven cowboy off a (rain nnd la Vttat aHBMWHIHBBA,on "rta r? "flBHHHBP'y - ESIOENT HOLDS SECRET OF NEXT STEP r'oad tltcy Is now in full blast and will SATURDAY, MARCH 3 It lias been a BIG SUCCESS, and we want it to continue through the entire sale. We arc continually drawing on our stock for new and greater values, so if you have not been, COME and you will never regret it. Merchandise is scarce, and it looks like there is no limit to prices, but fortunately for you, our buyer was able to pick up merchandise in mill end remnants at astonishing ly low prices. So they arc here for you. and unless things change up you will not sec them again soon at the prices we arc giving you today. Remember this, and also that Flower Slnte. Pious! "Spring'wlll soon bo here housewives Plows nnd you will need them. bnvo advanced 20 per cent since last year, but wo sell them at tho old Inst year price. Anything In the Farm Implement line wo have. S. L KINO & CO., Hartford, Ky. Now York, Feb. 20. Tho cry of Unablo to meet tho advancing cost of food was heard In to-d- Farm For Salo-T80acr- cs, 1 miles east of Hartford, divided by L GO acres good bot& N. Railroad. tom land, 100 acres cleared. Good If water supply. Will sell one-hadesired. Excellent titlo and prloo Is right. Location could hardly bo better. Apply to L. P. Foreman, Hart22tf ford, Ky. The scries of meetings being conducted at tho Methodist church will i in all probability close Sunday. Tha ? ..i,,.,i i.v Mr i'inihnW ..,..! ninvin 1'by Mr. Graro hae contributed large Hy lunard tho miccim of tho revival S.mul. ns Billy Sunday would put It, fciviitj-r.v- o i hunt havo "hit the crowds have attended trail." lf Lr-rg- It ipltrments -- Wo handle ttiriuiiiK ... .1 i... u mu iuu.Miniu.fi ir.. t u.un rnu lii.i u.u Corn Planters, Blue Bird Plows (Disc Harrows, Cultivators. Mowing Machines, Hay Rakes and various Mrg narra. , Bddr0BBCd ow.ur mrniiuB cu"'. the womcn from lll0 CUy Han Btepg Wagon. Plow time ,, , ,,,, dlo the Weber ' will soon bo here, seo our lino be- order. conduct President. ' foro buying. Vlintl ihn nnUon innr Imr frnm Secretary Lansing would not dis,, - ntt W. E. ELLIS & BRO., fn cuss tho situation with Austria cither HartfOrd, KJ'. miit ln .nlll.l n -- nn nt mnmnr, before or aftor tho Cabinet meeting. to rescue her. tempted They HEART TROUIJLK ENDS Ho would not comment on tho nldo charged tho polico, scratched their ENGINEER'S CAREER memoir hnndou" to tho Vienna Govfaces and tore their clothing. Tho ernment by Ambassador Pcnfield askpolico fought them off and a guard C. ing specifically whether Austria bad Stewart Klein, 24, son of Julius was thrown around CUy Hall. repudiated her pledges given tho and Anna P. Klein died last night nt Tho women remaining near the 9 o'clock nt tho residence of his parUnited States after tho sinking of tho spot continued to shout "wo are Ancona and tho Persia. ents, ll'.OO Willow Avenue. Mr starving" until mounted polico scatKlein was a graduate of tho LoulsDon't forget tho BIG COME DOWN tered them. vlUo Bojb' High School and or Pir-du- o " EJD3UY OPPOSED TO SALE Friday and Saturday. Mcanwhilo a mob of Women gath University. Ho was a mechanCREATION OF COMMISSION ILER'S GROCERY. crcd around a produce market on ical engineer and specialized on boat- tho .FEBRUARY S3 FRIDAY. East Sldo and began to over Mr. U. G. Barrnss and Attorney M. ing and ventilating. Mr. Edltor of Tho Hartford Repub L. Hoavrin have returned from u . graduating at Purdue, in turn .pushcarts. Three of them wero After lican, Hartford, Ky. L., II. & HT. L. It. It. TIME TAIILK. short business trip to Cincinnati. 1914, ho accepted n position with tho Dear sir: If you .will allow, mo Efforts to Curb Prices, No. 113 duo at Ellmltch 8:32 p in. space in your valdablo paper, I shaU Mrs. James Nanco and little son Pittsburg Board of Education and y reTho city authorities No 110 duo nt Ellmltch 7:30 a in. havo returned from n visit with rel- worked in that city 1)0 grateful to you for tho opportuniuntil 'his 111 newed their efforts to curb the Paducah to Ashland thru Ohio ty of saying a fow words to my conNo. 112 Lv. Ellmltch .. 3:40 p m. atives in Owensboro and Henderhealth forced him to return to Louis-vlll- o rising cost of food which was recounty. That's our route. Ar. Irvlngton .. 6:35 p, m. son. eighteen months ago. Heart sponsible stituents through your columns. for riots yesterday In Lv. Irvlngton .. 6:60 p, m. troublo caused his death. Pursuant to a proclamation issued by tbrco different places In tho tenement Mr. Jno. P. Taylor, of Momphls, .M Ar. LoulsvlUo . 7:40 p, m. Mr. Klein was feeling Improved district. Joseph Hartlgan, Commis- 1,500 KILLED, 3,000 WOUNDED , Gov. A. O., Stanley, I am attending fta spent-- Saturday nnd Sunday MY EXPLOSION IN RUSSIA extra sosslon'of tbiTstate, Legislature No. 111 Lv. Louisville .. 8:35 a. m. Tcnn., Sunday and drove to tho TrlnUy sioner of Weights and "Measures, apAr. Irvlngton . .10;06 o. m. with his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. II. P. Methodist Church, whero ho attended convened for tho sole purpose of conpealed to State Commissioners of Ag- Lv. Irvlngton ..10:40 a. in. Taylor. services. Berlin, Feb, 20 (by wireless to sidering rovenup 'and taxation laws. irlfiiiltiirrt rinil Ktnfn Tlpnnrfmnnla nP 1:04 p. in. Ar. Ellmltch Tho remains of Mr. Win. Ward, Besides his parent, ho Is survtv- - Food m& NarkQtM throughout tho It ,1s reported (from Copen- A question) of tho moat raomentouj K, It.) It. TIME TAIILK. who died In GIcuvlllo, Ind Sunday, cd by a brother. Pearco Klein, an M., II. country t0 co.opcrato ,n brInglng hagen, says tho Overseas News Importance, a question, that affects Bouth 'Round, No. 115 kill- every Individual of our great Stato. wero interred in tho Boda burying electrical engineer of Schenectady, food mmllm t0 tho Ncw York Inark. Agency, that 1,500 persopswere 8:45 a. m. .ground Tuesday attemoon. Ouo at Hartford N. Y., and a sister. Miss Margaret E. ct I am .striving with all tho onergy Tho Bltuaton rcauUed frora an ed and 3,000 wounded in an explosNorth Round, No. 114 at Archangel, nnd inilaenco that I can command, Your last chnnco to b,uy tho best Klein. Miss Klein Is on a visit to Mnpreccdciltcil Jurap ln tho prlco of ion of ammunition 5:55 p m. Duo at Hartford bo that much orl!ttlo, to havo placstap,ea( ,,artIcu,ar,y ,)0tatocs and 6n- - Russia. canned goodH for tho small prlco Pearco at Schenectady. (Both "Mixed Trains.) r uuoru. urrausiiiuuuw win not w; ,onS( VrtriousIy ascrlbed to short The damage Is placed at 50,000,-00- 0 ed upon our) statute books a just, a Friday und Saturday. rubles. mado until tho brother and sister crops, heavy demand, speculation fair and equltablo ta law, a law that ILER'S GROCERY. can reach Louisville. LoulsvlUo Her and railway congestion. "A Copenhagen telegram says that will rcllcct credit upon tho Stat- -, Mrs. Jno. P. Taylor, who has been ald Feb. 21. placo her in tho top row among, our Tho Indignation of housewives In travelers returning from Russia visiting relatives In Lexington, arrivNolo Deceased was a nephew of tho lower East Sldo of Manhattan that tho last great explosion at sister States, placo tho burden of,tax-ntlo- u rt15Ull(11 lie WO ed )t!burduy for n few days visit with Evangelist Klein, who Is conducting whero it properly belongs, and and tho WIlHamsburrc and Browns-- . ' Archangel was much moro consider- Mr and Mrs. II. P. Taylor beforo tho revival services hero. !vill ,llBrl.n nf llrnnlrlv nrflnW. blO tliall Wtt3 IliadO lvIJOWIl in dls- - relievo tho congestion and oppression SoGial Euents. anil Joining her husband in Memphis. pa'8 tlle n0W3 by a"falr and cqultnblo distribution 'cd when tho produce peddlers quoted Patches fro,n IIolp bring tho Federal highway nsency. "Tho explosion took placo of our taxes. I am opposed to th Wo havo been nskod to aunounea .potatoes from 5 to 7 cents a pound , .... .. . ..-- . that tho Maccabees will hold an Im- to Ohio couuty. ..lnt tlio naval (tatlnn whilo ainmuni- - creation of any useless and oxpenslva iuiiu unions i irom iu 10 i a cents, ilia portant meeting nt tho lodga hail from a tion was us Is now iu Houso. "'"co osumaieu mat at icasi i.uuu steamer. being unloaded killed or olllcesNo. 1, unlessencroachedcreation of Kcntiicklaus Contribute. Judgo W. G. Norton, of LIvcrmore, next Thursday night and a largo atBUI Tho explosion by tho took Part ln tho rlot l - womc Washington, Feb. IS. A flnanwas hero Tuesday. tendance Is desitcd. Push carts wero over- - wounded everyone within a radius of such ofilcQ others of slmular nature clal statement Issued hero today by Brownsville. yesterday for a Mr. M. T. (Mel) WcsterJlcld, who llm nnnn.nWnKl.lni.Inn Mnmnrlnl Ao. tltmod aild Set nfirO ntld VOgCtablCS ono kilometer, 1,500 persons being aro eliminated, thereby making th Mr. M. Bean left p. Ind. killed and 3,000 wounded. Tho dam- aggregate expense less under tho latt ,ie umuo the r.ico for Representa- buslnoss till) to Fvm'-'"BOC,atIol ell0W3 lhat KcntucltIan, wero doused with kerosene oil. There n Friday tlo uom this county, died at his j wero similar scenes olscwhero and age amounts to 50,000,000 rubles." ter Hull under tho former. I am Best Laid, thrunut tho Stato havo begun to con- making ray fight on tho above prln-clpl- o, ILER'S GROCERY. homo nc.tr Pleasant Rldgo last week. ; trlbuto in varying sums to tho pur- - U1" "au "ieir nmi8 IUU ",s and Saturday. realizing tho gravoucss of this couuty. . It was reported on February 4 tho angry women. Potty, of Henderson, Ho wa.j woll known In tho poso of tho organization. That is, Mr. Arthur at Archangel great question of rovcauo and taxathat un Owens- - to erect on tho slto of tho old Pcnnsyl- Mr. Henry Grlilln, of near was hero from Saturday until Tues had blown up and thnt thirty per- tion. I sincerely solicit any Informajboro, visited his mother, Mrs. T. L. vanla Stal01l i,crc, whero President WHV THEY CALL HIM day. sons wero bolloved to havo been kill- tion or suggestion from my constiTuesduy. Garfleld was shot, a memorial build. "FlGRTIXfl FRED" Gilllln, from Friday until Mr. O. A. SbaverTwith tho Ltvor-mor- o ed, and 300 Injured. tuencies. Any information will bo leaving hero Mr. Grlilln went to lng t0 GCorBO Washington. Timber Co., was hero first of After greatly received and conscientiously Farm-- 1 1S9C, when tho Cuban InBowling Green to attend tho Notuntll Tho association plans to start work tho week. Tho Federal highway would bo of considered. Chautauqua. iou tj10 8tructuro this spring. Tho surrection was nt its height did Agent M'. O. Hughes, cis' I beg to remain your buinblo serDistrict Farm Frederick Funston bocomo known moro value to Ohio county than a KeviN Seed Oats, Rod Top, Tim-- 1 slto already has been dopated by Con-othvant, L. L. EMBRY. of Bowling Green, was In Hartford gross. Tho building, when complct- - throughout tho United States as n trunk lino railroad. Red Clover, Alslko Clover, o- ' this week. first-clas- s ; fighting man, but his t S.ipliug Clover, Sweet Clover, Bluojcd, will bo known as. a center for tho RENEW ORDER TO FIND Miss LuclTo'McAlllstor, of Owens-bofr- t, Grass, Millet; best grades that can spread or knowledgo of all sorts thru friends lit Kansas whero ho spent AsMiranro for Cuba. JOIW FOR GUARDSMEN Washington, Feb. 20. It was ad is .visiting her nunt, Mrs. A. ho puroImStd, at V. E. ELLIS & this country and foreign nations. Iu Ms oar,y manhood Ioug had so clan-- it ' BRO., Hnrtrord, Ky. mltted today at the will hit a. trnniPinlniiH ninlltnrliini. slflcd him. t - BucfirpTiFc8 as 05c seating 10,000 pcoplo, which will bo As a student at tho University of , that In another noto, President Meno- - Washington, Feb. 20. All possiMr. Harlan Tlnoiojr left Monday you steps to accura employment fcr open for uso, froo of chargo, by na Kansas, when ho weighed less than cal, of Cuba, has been formally ad- ble loo-lhfor Knnsas City, Mo., whero he will ' 100 pounds, ho conquered a 200- - vised by tho United States, that tho tho National Guardsmon about to b likely locate. c,,,,,,'. J7.nn! m-tifion.i tional and International congresses r revolutionary movement Is demobilized after scrvico on the borAttend tlto Road Meeting ut tho Coffe lor,( aml 1.)bI jJKST Fiour,nnd conventions on Buch subjects as Pund bad man" who threatened Llboral as Illegal him with a razor. and will not bo der aro ordered in a telegram sent to To add to tho regarded court; houBo Saturday and help got l0i25i ikh'S COMB DOWN SALE Peace, medical sclonco, art, history, giant's tho Labor Department's Employment humiliation, Fuustou march- countenanced by this government. , education nntt so forth. i Friday, and Saturday. tho Federal highway. o, ed him through tho. streots of Tho Cuban President, was assurod Bureaus throughout tho country M,B8 Connlo E,,0 and Mr Alva HOGS Sheriff 8. O. KOown aim mra. by CujnmbiBionor, Camluettl. It NEAR $1!I MARK Kansas, at tho polut of a ro- - that tho leaders of tho revolt would Ke'own liuvo roturned from an olll- - Maglul( ))0l, cr- nuigan, wore married a general by tho United , renews bo. held .responsible ON MARKET AT CHICAGO volvor, to a polico station clal visit to Frankfort. jjy j,jbo Wilson Tuesday afternoon a A few years later, whilo city odl States for any molestation of foreign brdor to tho uaiuo effect issued tl0 inter's oil)co. Mr. Ivan Edgo Chicago. Fob. 21: Hoes sold with-- 1 tor of a nnncr In Fort Smith. Arkan- - ers or their interests. Tho noto wno.montu ago. Mr. und"Mr8. Brnlo Morion, of Ccntortown, nro tho parents of a flno und jhj,8 uuth Cameron in 5 cents of ?13 a 100 pounds at tho sqs, young Funston stirred up Jn - ' presented to tho Cuban government "oImicco Poolcni Notice. led tho couplo to Hartford. girl, born Monday night. by American Mlnlbter Gon- Union Stock yards tho high- - tonso feeling by attacking Poolers who havo not yet fiulshol B. Carson aro your laundry "to tho Queen's csUprlco paid in tho history of the ly tho publication's owu political par- - zales. Bring Mr. Jihd Mrs. J.. II. delivering tholr tobacco aro urged to " in Cincinnati "in the Interest of tho uestnurnnt. nGcnts for tho Whlto Chicago inurkot. Stock yards com- - ty leaders during tho nbsenco of his do so at onco, as wo. aro anxious to Laundry, of. Evnnsvlllo. Sat- - mission men estimated that thoro is editor-in-chie- f. Rule. A Chnninv. 'Swnnn For aro Matty throats Arm of Cnron ... 12 bead of yearling steers for sale. wind up.. Isfnctlon guaranteed. Laundry call- - n shortago of 1,000,000 hpgs at tho said to havo been maJo against Fun- rTT7Jrocnvlllo, L, n. TICIIBNOH, Ch'w'n. I'. IL HOOD, vuaca hor7athcr. Dr. U. W. Ford, cd for Monday mornings. Special eleven principal markets of tho couu- - tion and tho newspaper prupcty.but - 32t2-Tob. As'u. BoJa, Ky. 30tf try. i ho rcmulucd on guard uutll his suattention to rural customers. from Saturday until Monday. It Pays to Trade With a : House That Saves You Money. i tie MTWCC'. sit the city's seat of government when several hundred women from the tenement districts stormed tho City Hnll screaming: "Wo want bread I" They camo to place their plight before Mayor John P. MItchel. Many carried babies. They swarmed up tho steps and tried to push their way Into tho building. Policemen on gunrd shut tho gates and from tho basement, where there Is a police station, reserves rushed up nnd restored order. Tho women wero Informed thnt Mayor MItchel had not yet arrived. Tho leader was Mrs. Ida Harris, president of tho Mothers' Vigilant League. She and thrco other women wero aIlowc1 t0 cntcr aml awalt "" ' coming. "Wo arc starving." Mrs' IIarls toItl tho Mayor wu !' ""' "'" ""'" Wayor- - Wo w111 not ho responsible ior wuat Happens n wo uont get n. "Sucefc Marie" Aripsteil. Thc jcador8 wcr) ,oId tllat tho ' wou, not ,)0 flt h,3 offl(;c tfl M ,, ))Ut wou,d arrang0 a mc ..Sweet Mario" Cans, ono of ""' ,.. ,,,.,, ,. n- S. Jw ,,, ., vin. Hartford Republican. Funston's first cxperlenco on tho firing lino camo In CuLa, whero ho commanded Gen. Gomez's artillery with rcmarkablo results. Aftor engaging in twenty-tw- o batUcs and being wounded threo times, ho resigned his command becauso fifty guerrillas who had aided tho Spaniards wero executed against his wishes. Captured by Spaniards on his wny to Havana, ho escaped death by swallowing a letter to tho President of Cuba which would havo proved ui3 Identity. While a colonel of tho famous Twentieth Kansas Volunteer Infantry In tho Phlllpplno Wnr, Funston per formed feats of bravery that brought him tho titlo of Brigadlor General. Ills capture of Aguinnldo and hi3 fording of tho Rio Grando river at Columpit under firo featured his work. Funston has been doscribed by his superiors as absolutely fearless. Ever ready to plungo Into danger, ho cared little whether his forco equalled that of his opponent. Ono day, tho story goes, when It appeared certain tho Filipinos would destroy three companies under Funston's com mand, Gen. Harrison Gray Otis, inquired of tho Colonel how long ho could hold his position. "Until I am mustered out!" Funston replied, and ho mado good by repulsing tho Filipinos. When tho volunteers wero discharged, Funston retained his rank a3 a member of tho regular army. As a regular ho made a mark by maintaining order In San Francisco .during the disaster of 190C. Temporarily In chargo of tho troops at tho Prosldio, when tho disturbance came, ho quickly declared martial law and set nbout obtaining accommodations for tho homeless, keeping down tho cost of food and arresting troublemakers. It was while ho was in command of tho troops at Vera Cruz, In 1914, that ho was raised to l. Ho then tho rank of was 49 years old. Tho ambition of Funston's youth was to go to West Point, but ho failentrance examination. ed In later years ho repeatedly outranked West Pointers who wero In school When ho failed of admission. Physically, Funston was ono of the smallest men in tho United States Army. Ho was hardly flvo feet and five Inches tall and usually weighed less than 120 pounds. In civil life ho was modest and retiring. Major-Gcnerain-a- n Wasblngton, Feb., 20. Another y Cabinet meeting passed without an announcement concerning tho crisis with Germany. High ofllcials said utter the meeting that thoro had been no develop, ment of importnnco, and indicated that President .Wilson bad not mado known bin decision as to when Ills next step would bo taken. Members of tho Scnato who talked with Administration officials during tho day gained tho Impression thuL arrangements for tho President's ap pearance beforo Congress probably would bo mado early next week. Ap parently only tho President know Just what ho will ask of Congress, but It is generally nesumed thnt with tho session nbout to end he will seek authority to deal with any situation which may arlso ns a result of tho unrestricted submnflno campaign. At tho State Department it was said that tho situation continued to bo as Eorlous as It could bo short of war. The department received after tho Cabinet incoting a dispatch from Consul Frost at Qucenstown, 'announcing tho sinking by shell fire of tho Norwegian steamer Dalbeatie, with two natlvo Americans In her crew. Tho consul said tho Dalbeatlo stopped at tho first shot, but that tho submarine continued cheilitis t whilo tho ship was being abandoned and offered no assistance to tho crow. After being on tho sea In their boats for about eighteen hours tho men wero rescued. This is ono of a number of Instances ln which reports to the department tell of violations of neutral rights and endangering of neutral life. All avallablo information about such cases Is being assembled for tho ... Say-vlll- de-cla- ro na." . . ". Pco Pens er y, 'ur. s. Law-ronc- to-d- and'ro-omphatilz- to-da- y, - ..: probloras of aerial navigation. AFRICAN TROOPS "flporry Is bo modest fow know of nrlilnromiUlLl. lila lilatnrl IN FRENCH ARMY STflRFfl FUR FNFMY 'tj10"A'nnG Spnrry's Invontlnni nroO.UllLU 1 vl gyroscopic cnmpnss; thoautomatic atnbllzcr or 'auto pilot' for aviatlcvlco for MAKH GOOD SOMHKRB tTNIiHR tors; tho nuto AWAIT GKRMANY IN ljnttlcsliIpBV tho aerial drift Indicator, HAIIi OF FIR1J CAN'T HURrHIHKS his enormously powerful Boarchlight STAND SNOW. CASK OP WAR, IS TIIH and Innumcrablo other important tlo- riiKnicnoif. ' vl"os which aro to bo found oil Amcrlcan battleships." , Zurich, Feb. 17. A war corresSomething fiood. ' pondent of tho Nouo Zucrlcher Zclt-unNew York, Fob. 17. American who returned from tho Western JnTontivo gonius will havo some tro- Those who halo nasty racdiclno cndous surprises in war machinery should try Chamberlain's Tablets for war theater recently, after spending They are pleasant to two years in tho Held with tho French (constipation. for Germany in caso of war. I Cablo dispatches from London say tnko and tncr effect is bo agreeable nnd British troops, reports that tho nd 80 nntural thA you will not rcal- - African negroes in tho French nrmy Britnlns aro predictins, for Inatanco, weapon l20 tnat it has been prduced now number nearly 700,000. ihat a maRtcr Obtainablo overy-About 200,000 of them nro stationirtll be revealed by Thomas A. Edl by a modiclne. ed on tho southern wing of' the lino, eon's "invention board. where. near tho Swiss border. I talked today with Honry A. Wise Tho negro soldiers como from AlWood, an original momber of tho Tlans For InauRurntion Complete. Naval Consulting Washington, Feb. 19. rions for giers, Morocco, Dahomey, tho Frenclt United States Board, on how war would stlmulato tho second inauguration of Woodrow Congo nnd other African colonies of Wood is chair- Wilson and Thomas R. Marshall as Franco nnd nro to a largo part seml- Yankee inventors. savages, but always givo a good ac man of tho Confcrcnco Committers President and VIco President, aro practically complete. count, of themselves when they on National Preparedness, president L battle. As a rulo they havo no of the American Socioty of Aeronau- 11M.1I UIU lnAnnlntin1 clt n t Intl ITinV YIU1U ItUWlllUtlUlIU n.fcuuww.. .... U Vnrrtnnnra vtn llfPSi'i'lPIlt Of tllfl -- .. Innumiont Anromnnlna til )t fear of death and they willingly bear Aero Club of America, and member nmitcl to nn extent, they will bo of all privations nnd faco tho greatest f tho Socioty of Naval Architects and a character in keeping with tho 1m uangcrs wtmoui uincuing. portanco nnd dignity of tho occasion. When tho negroes first nrrlvo from Marino Engineers. "With tho appointment recently of Aside from the Inauguration it- Africa they give the military authorthe Naval Consulting Board," said self tho groat parade up Pennsylvania ities considerable trouble, becauso it Wood, "a new era has begun in which avenue from the Capitol to tho White is hard to get them to submit to tho the Government for tho first time ha3 House, tho court of honor, from strict military discipline, nltho they invited, rather than ropelled, tho co- which many will review tho parade, aro partly trained beforo thoy nro operation of our creative physicists. and tho stand, covered with glass, in brought to Europe. Their fiery tem"Fortunately, In view of tho pres iho Whlto Houso yard, whoro tho perament often runs nway with them ent circumstances, this President will stand, features of great and It happens qulto often that thoy in- -. t..iAnnl nlnmet nnittillnoa In nnmlinr, -- t.f. ..... ... ....... ..-w w attack noncommissioned nnd even pull' tinfn'nnn flirt nwnrnmont and iuiui vai) hiiuuov vww.fc ventor has been working long enough j crowds which aro expected in Wash-t- o commissioned officers. In such cases have laid a substantial foundation ington for tho occasion, tho culprits aro invariably shot as a for tho very great surprises I am cer- Word has already como from Ken-tai- n warning for others. the world will bo given if this tciy ami Indiana to the effect that The Africans commit grave excesscountry finds itself in a protracted thoso States will bo liberally rep- - es when they njanago to get wlno or ,. ... .. .1 war. i iiiivu l..r...k, f nn luuwiiiiw, resented,. in iiioso who win panic- - stronger alcoholic beverages, as tttt-'lliiiuiiuuuuii Annnn.tllnlf ipato in tho Inauguration festivities these Inventions. tho influence of lmuor they arc "With few exceptions American In will be Republicans as well as Demo not able to con. ml their passions. ventors have, therefore, devoted crJits, as the occasion will bo one of For this reason tuy arc never quartthemselves exclusively to matters an extremely patriotic character, When ered in towns rnd villages. which do not concern warfare. A spectacular feature of inaugura not In tho trenches they nro kept In "Usually when an American In lion night will bo tho fireworks on camps as far nwiy from any settleventor touched fighting machinery ho tho grounds of tho Washington mon- ment as possible, and no white wofound tho government so backward ument back of tho White Houso. man is permitted to approach their he hni j Tho din of "curtains of firo" from quarters. in ndontinc improvements .,.., rt. HIV- - Qnvnmn firTtrl In Prt flYtrrmfl Wlmru nCaCO WaS 1.1 n.1 lW.ln fjllllO Ull ft... MWl .-Many of tho negroes aro very in.v o v.vi... Ulb lllu I1UIC7 in order to find an op- - front will bo suggested by tho final telligent and master tho French lanless certain portunlty to develop his Ideas. feature of the exhibit of pyrotechnics guage quickly. Theso aro sent to "Thus Sir Hiram Maxim was driv-Lsh900 BUCns will volley in sa-e- n special training schools for noncomout of this country, as was Lewis iute( witn tn0 accompanying lllum-o- f missioned officers and become Thoy have been promthe Lewis gun, and as have nearly jnation from rockets and search- all other American modern Inventors lights, ised that thoy will bo employed in of war material. It became the fash- the administration of their countries ion of American inventors to let war after tho war end do their best to machinery alone. make themselves worthy of tho poFOR FLETCHER'S "Tli Vrnrv TlrTinrfmnnt. linwfivor. sitions they hope to obtain if they I got back to Africa alive. has been far moro progressive than , within tno any other department, and Against all expectations, the negro THE LADIES ilOME JOURNAL, soldiers stand tho change from the last ten years has shown commendable fnterpriso in adoption of new THE SATURDAY EVENING POST tropical heat of their native lands to Ideas. This has been duo to tho far- and THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN tho cold winter of Franco very well. Diseases of tho respiratory organs sightedness of men liko Admiral Tay-lo- wish to secure the spare time of n man or woman to act as local repre- arc no moro numerous among them Admiral Fisko and others. "Thus, with the help of the Navy sentative In Hartford and vicinity, thnn among their whlto comrades. Department, Elmer A.. Sperry has looking after tho renowals of their Comparatively few becomo victims been enabled to develop his mnrve-lou- s many subscriptions in this section, of consumption. gyroscopic compass and that re- and introducing these publications Tho snow they do not like. Tho markable series of nautical inven- to new readers. Payment will be unaccustomed spectaclo of a tions that makes him tho 'Edison of miulo in salary and commission. Prelandscape depresses them so vious experience Is desirable but not that they becomo melancholy and lose tho Seas.' "Sperry has dono more for naviga- essential. For details address, with their appetite. All of them seem to tion than nny man who lives, and ho references, Box 654, THE CUnTIS be possessed of n superstitious fear is now applying his genius to solv- PUBLISHING COMPANY, Independof tho shining white, While they 17t2 keep their nervo in tho most muring tho most difficult of tho ren.al.i- - ence Square, Philadelphia. derous hall of shells nnd bullets, they becomo very nervous when thoy are ordered to clean tho snow out of their trenches or to dig paths for D. S. WAR TERRORS ItiB ' told that tho court would hear tho nrgtimcnt on tho trnln. WJIHT PROVIDENCE ITISVIS. Fob. 12. Rev. II. S. Wlgglnton m SUM 6 -- VW' - nntl-rolllii- B filled his regular nppolntmcnt nt litis t'iaco Saturday night nnd Sundny. r.tclo Alford Brown Is bIpk of hiprlppp. Maddox Is sick of Mr. Asnlt I P0WMlMb y Otto C. MartTn Attorney at Law I1AUTFOHD, Will KY. i ,WASHlNGIONi D.C. lOFAMERICANl! In ft eltjr where coed liottli bound, tin Powhtun UttCt lb prautlcu his profession In VhU and adjoining countlce. ComuwroaU and Criminal Practice a SicialsV. g, m' Several attended tho prayer inept- lug nt Herbert Ashby's Saturday night. Mr. Gcorgo Huntor and sister, of McHcnry, were tho guests of their aunt, Mrs. R. B. Carter, Saturday night and Sunday. School will closo at High View Friday evening, February 23, with a tontperanco entertainment at West Providence church. Wheat crops nro looking thin on account of so much cold wcathor. . O.ETAYLOR.ci Beaver Dam, Ky. Highway and Drainage Design. Int. countrymen. It It lint la tht beitu of It DR. The Tomlutan 7 rrfintJ, ex c'uiivc, and rcitdil. lt nee!-lei- rt location en rtnnflani nJ It btrectt, Avtmic, 18th makes it a desirable headquarters (or bridal couples, tourist I !?, cnndorlJt Schools snd 'm m HART VETERINARY SURGEON ky. iu:aver dam, -f- 0. E. ! go-in- to 11 ill 1 Fltrin For Sale. tarm 4 nines east of Hartford, on tho border of the oil fields. 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SstntoFnj. 50c. all dratsit. vrn3.ThPaitnoT'JiCcnp.nr. kkiAAi H4S cituoKlmuy rlrasiina and tmsicldil cf pctnud fcjrl Boot,. Mm. mrr. J IpROCunco 1 . OV ER CS YEARS' Farm Department rub-pec- ts blg-gam- the transports. im- tout tho good birds and noto tho Don't Pram) Willi An Axe. Uso fewer males so that Ono would not think of amputat- provement. ing an arm with an av nnd he should you can afford hotter stock. think the mino way ol tho llmli T1 (juiiio mid. lilid Reservations. a tree, lor trees aro in many o preserves and G7 Fivo liko animals. Animal wounds muet heal or harm will result, nnd it bird reservations aro maintained by If tho Biological Survey of tho departla tho sumo with tree wounds. you go Into tho orchard and hac't ment. Tito mammal reservations inlimbs off with an axe, you aro prob- clude the Montana Bison Range, thy ably doing moro harm than good. 'Wind Cavo Gamo Preservo ; south Many of tuc&n wounds nll $0 'BaKniu, lha Nlobrura Reservation lit "and iong stubs wiii bo loft. Matty N't)l)taska, tho Elk Uefugo In WyomPrc-- I of these will nover heal over, mill ns ing, and tho Sullys Hill Gamo servo In North D.ikota. Tho a rcbtilt decay will F;t In and a healReservation was intended as a thy trco may In a few years bo ruin'bird reserve, but has been stocked ed. Pruuniug is a necessary orchard practice, but slashing with an nxo with big gumo and Is at present main tained chiefly for buffalo ami elk, acIs not pruning. cording to tho annual report of the Bclcct BreodlnK Hens Front Winter chief of tho Biological Survey, Just issued. In tho first three reservaIjuycrs. Any hen tions mentioned tho herds of buffaMark tho laying hen. can lay In tho spring, but tho ono lo have shown a notablo Increase which lays through tho winter when ninco thoir establishment a fow years eggs aro high Is tho ono which de- ugo, says tho report, nnd now Inserves recognition by promotion to clude 207 head, or moro than a third of all tho buffalo which now boloug tho breeding flock. Everything is to bo gained uud to tho Goornmont. Tho elk number nothing lost by bdectlng breeding about ICO and tho nntelopo 40, makhons during winter. It Is easy to se. ing u total of about 400 head of big loct tho laying hen. Her comb la gamo. Tito number of bird reservations bright and red and her pin bones will bo spread apart. Hens meeting was increased during tho year by tho should be set addition of tho Big Lake Resorva-Ho- n thesH qualifications reserin Arkansua. Slxty-sove- n part with a good, vigorous male bird, Jt is folly to breed from tho entire vations nro now maintained primarBy selecting a fow of tho best ily for birds. Tito report urges tho flock. birds, progress will bo roado. Whcro Importanco aud necessity of retaining no bdection Is practiced, tho poor as brooding grounds for water fowl producers will bo used for breeding, and other birds tracts of land which for ovon loafers will lay in tho spring. nro not especially valuable for agriIt Is also a mistake to breed from cultural purposes. Tho area of marsh tho linmaturo and undersized stock. land necessary for brooding grounds hens or thodo U InslBUlflcant. it la said, in comparOvcrfat, coarse-bone- d crop behind should never b$ ison with tho benotlU which will ac- which put in tho breeding pen, Tho bcxt cruo to tho public through tho in' jtlace for them is on tho table. Pick creas in our suppl of euijo birds fa-RNlo-Ibra- ra Tremblingly tltcy murmur conjurations and cabalistic Incantations, and it takes much urging and even threats to get them to work." Tito whlto French soldiers, as n rulo, aro not very fond of thoir blaek comrades, and In many cases even object to their presence in the hospitals. Tilts difficulty has been overcome, howevor, as most Held and all larger hospitals now havo special FARM LANDS and City Residences wa;uS for tho colored wounded. aro now solllug nt a low cost, . but don't expect It to ba bo always. If you over oxpect to own your farm or your homo now Is tho ttmo to buy. and Children Real ijimjra M$Hrf-- r AnronCM ''Vnsr nAr-trft::! r r.v ' i i r I, i c t i ti . IC' 1 EXPERIENCE and ocrcNDcn.,frnj,"l1. I iv aTtlni, I uw to gblAiq t.nu. trxw epjrvusna. IN ALU COUNTRIC3.t-sj ifnr. Jtmiittst ilirret t u I. rus, , 03.-- n iryaujcjitit intf.iiftr. "iltntiM X lr.fringeirttft Praetlte titlvtut'y. I Trade Marks C3PVRI3I1T3 &C. r !iir-r- ! Minmny i i Irwifwlidlur an iinlr-i- . ' 1 ins 'wm IV n.w rol'l CUtn ?tU:t WASMlNCTOH. n. c. iTCftf77TJ UWKV-- I sl w i u tUMt, ;t ti af a jyw riv.s fW'Vsrsi Estate 'irtfiw, VM'K. . .ItulVC c A. I &, BMEF iT-jPtx- . . x'C VCV a is CASTOR3A For Infants t WE IIAVn Eovcral farms listed in kli-t- J Always beats Ohio county and thoy can be the j had for reasonable prices and Signature of liberal terms. If wo do not havo tho particular farm you IstiCALL PATTERNS wo will mako efforts to get i Celebralcd lor style, perfect fit, simplicity tr4 SESSION OF TENNESSEE k reliability nearly 40 )iirs. SoM In nearlj It for you. COURT HELD ON TRAIN ctcry city ana umn in lie Linuea tiiaies ant I Canadi, or by mail direct. More sold that want to move to Hartford f tny other make, bend lor irce catalogue, fefcCALL'S MAGAZINE Nashville, Tonn., Fob. 17.- - Threo IF YOU where our children will havo the 1 More subscribers than toy other fuMot members of tho Court of Civil san;aEinc million niunin. invaiuaDic sv advuntago of a good high school est styles, patterns, ilrctimaMm;, millinery, wbilo en routo from Jackson, plain scnlng, lancy recUlcnoik.lialtdrtsiIng, notify us. Wo havo houses and N. O. Uqueltr, trood stories, ctr. Only CO cents t Tonn., to Nashville, over tho worth double), including free pattern. lots for snlo and bcllevo you can &. St. L. Railway last week, heard tho today, or srid (or sample copy. your select ono from our list to issued a argument of attorneys and NDERFUI. INOUCEMENTS liking. to Agents. Postal brines premium catalogue writ of certiorari prayed by a and new cash prise oflcrs. Address merchant who was contest- WE HAVE a comfortable home In KcOUCO. SatMIW.7tkSL. KIH YOU ing a Chancery Court order to vacato Hartford, modern improvements a store. nnd a good garden in cultivaThis is probably the first tlmo such tion for ealo or ront. Place a court sosslon has been, held in tho rents for $10 a month. South, but tho proceedings were rog-ttlrospectB except that tho in ... .......allIn nw..t.tnf, 4!in n nTillnntlrm Call uu or address ' fnr ttm writ woro pormtttod to Bit. everytblnir else fails. Tho mombers of tho court occupied j BARNETT I Succeed when In ncrvouq proatratioa and female chairs in tho Pullman car, and tho TINSLEY & wcaknease tltey ore the supreme merchant bocured tho writ. remedy, m thousands have testified. Roal Kutato Agata, attornoya who went from ChatThe FOR KIDNCY, LIVER AND tanooga to Jackson reached that city Kentucky. STOMACH TROUBLE Just as tho mombera of tho court were it is the-- best ever fitfd Republican Office. ....... i tn vi, dim to NurIivIIIo. and a over a druggists counter. Hoth Phonen V4 upon explaining thoir nilsuioa were En Use For Over 30 Years $z uaiur $t i C6a&zMjfiA', u- - do-sl- ro J.l j P0PBLAI IffiCHMCS iVlsAGAZINB 300 ARTICLES-3- .itl ?r I; 101 Ap-pea- ls KIJP 00 ILLUSTRATIONS Infwmfd of the World'a Propresii in V.I h- -; -- u T FwhernndbonanJ All tUe Pamlly. )t nppeala to uU(JaMei-)- UI nnd Youni: Men nnd Women. It Is IIih I nrorllB aIkkuIuk lu ihnuwiuds ol rvn f.win.lfDl. nro ronsUutlr ouplonlox the Wktui lor llUuus note oud iuU.rutlnji and it It 3 Chat-tauoo- Written So You Can Understand ftnop HOlU ur Electric Bitters o SBJKK RJ aiwur fni.ir MUtarJ or opl copy will bo tsat annM iko rtqutst. 1 POPULAR MECHANICS MAaAZIND No. MtMtiii Avcbuo. CHICAQd Oi4 2Zn,ii i'.'.v"ir. ."'.'? ? ttyfi il ...vu.v. .un,vvwiidivlvuiuiriuiuoi4jrisiiMnJ -- IM ilk I'nclical llluU rnp kUtU: a. ir HMnv. .... ,m i.,:. """' UYnan tnilnt nniun'i 1110 noma. Iho Pn .nj; ftWuTr if.t!,an',.m (It l""sl Idm knit Irtognpli OuIUib. KhiIbml. K)aln. HuiJ .h. "i ad rnnw nntalK M IhI ml ad Hartford, F OSITION can it I'ttiii. - Art si 11 - Socurcd or Your Money Back ,.1. I y t'l in! l stMsttss iwwrfcwrmiajtj Wagons! Wagons! Wagons! Dufuru you buy you should examino our.lmnd imido farm wngonB. Thoy run lightur, uro made of the very boat maloriiil and last fur longor than any ninuiiiuu mudo wagon you cun buy no matter what price you isiy. 'I Wo also do all kindd of CApuchiHy tbo hard IMaeksmithing and jobs the ot'ier fellow Rj-pairi- can't do. Wo also mako a specially of Horcnsliooitig and earnestly solicit your patronage in this line. Respectfully yours, i A. B. Row & SonJ Centertown, Ky. o Tbirty-fiv- years experience in the shop. ; lIKUi: IS A (.(Kill I'LACK TO HTOl' 1'OH L1TTI.K MONKV & Louisville Hotel, Louisville, Ky., Main St., bet. 6th 7th J The Onlj Ilotol in loulslllo Operated on tho Amrilcn and 1'nropeaii l'lann. I 'LAX (With Meals) AMKIUCA.V Komim ttlthout Itatli lint Willi Hot it ml Cold Itunnlnc Water. ...hIjikI". $2.00 per day; 2 people. 52.00 each 75 llooms single, 2.50 per day; 2 people. 2.25 each Koodih 50 3.00 per day; 2 people, 2.50 each r.( I'ront Itooras.sliiKle. I'rUnte Hiilli: ttlttt blngli". a.00 per day; 2 people, 2.75 euch 50 lloornn CO lUioms stlitRlu. S.fiO per dny; 2 people, 3.00 each Kt'UOI'KAV I'LAX (.Without Meals) ftoorns nlllttittt Until hut with Hotnml Cold Running Witter. sliiRle. $1.00 per day; 2 people, $0.75 each 75 Mounts 1.25 per day: 2 people, 1.00 each filnule, 50 Hoonin 1.50 per day; 2 people, 1.25 each 50 Frut KooMB.Blngle. ItooaiK with Private Hath: 50 IloomB...'. ..HlnBle, 1.50 per day; 2 people. 1.25 each 2.00 per day; 2 people, 1.50 each stiiGle. 50 Kotiins Hni. THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Cor. Sixth and Main St?. Kuropcau ISn Only. Hnoins Without Until. t.Ut nnd up; Hoonis With Irlate lUth, 91.50 mid up llct Eatluu Place In Town. Thu LoiilRvllIe Hotel and the Old Inn are located In tho wholesale walk to the retail district and theaters. district nnd only n l.OOSVll.1,1: HOT1X A XI I OLD IXX COMl'AXY, Prop. 1...U.I i 3 3 boys. j Vaiideril Training School for Boys ELKTON, KY. Will help, parents develop their sons into tho best type of citizens and Christian gentlemen. Its patronage is widely scattered and conies from the best homes in the South, lis capacity is limited, therefore, reservations should be made early, l'laco your son in this select gioup of Write i S 8 fbi MSTHENEY & BATYS For catalogue and information. Box A. ill PI 1 No Combination of Reading Like It and All For $2-i- o wmmmr The Youth's Companion IH jT W.li(..H of llUTHEWnfS COMPANION N HkBestTwol 5L wd Ijj Issue of E2 ISSUES The favorite family weekly of America, li Great bcruit oraCroups in 1917, suid thousand Articles 2S0 Short blnrii'i. and SuKest!onv a thousand Sjxx'ial Page for ai! Jfici. jm McCalTs Magazine U lUUES AND A DOBS tXttOM Ths J33joi.tnil0t'is soUovrou fcr nuhii ta rmenom kdcu. ."4 will set the ii tcootlily issues of VcCaU'a. maniac Uu ntcrar tahicc minim fennc-.t-" buc. u lauiun Of iii7. tJllriTWAIVia)aA.lLiJi;.J r.U. uftl9Uctt.r til rt"Jtn7Urn U ti.U It. pllulr .1 Ull UJlt HfU f at LB 1 hL Ut M rU.rafor... uu tndlSc. CO 1A McCallOrcii yfSV d and the 19tf Ifoine Ca!tnJr. YOUTH'S COMPANION for 52 1THE Oatr U to new Youth's Companion witk. , euuscnbm only.) year; alto choice of anylS-cri- t 2McCALL'S MAGAZiNRerylor iivonih for onetu cover nulling. cents ettia l"attcm HtEb i 5.. DOSTON. MASSAO lUSCTTi " THU YOUTI 1 3 COMPANION. U. Tho Federal Trade about to start an iar rise In food prices. It W Prosldent to approro aa approarhi-tlo- n A MMfary Honor Instituted by a of $400,000 for that purpose. says Mrs. Sylvanla Woods,iof Clifton Mills, Ky., In It proposes to cover very Bide of the King of France. writing of her experience with 'Cardui, the woman's food situation. tonic She says further: "Before I began to use I Good I.ct us hopo at last wo Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I nro going to imvo a- - real investigaTHE TITLE AN ANCIENT ONE. thought the pain would kilt "me! I was hardly able tion. Thy) country haB copUdcnca to do any of rrjy housework. After taking three bottles In tho Fodornl Trado Commission. of Cardui, I began to feel IlkVa Hew woman, f soon go Now let's have the facts. Let's It Wm Firat Conferred by Philip Au gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, guatua In 1191, at tbe Time of the to tho bottom to tho fundamental!. as well as run a big water mill. and really learn all that can be Third Creade The Baton la Ita I wish every suffering, woman would give learned about the subject. Badoe of Offict. legal and economic. Tho problem is It Is only In France tlmt Hit-- inllltnry t Tho question of whether there nro vciy undent combinations in restraint of trade llgnlly of mnrHlml l . jhc. It ra8 Kins IMilllp Augustu-must bo decided. That has hereto- Instltutcil It ns a military ' fore who flrst attracted tho main attention. olllco In 1101, nt the (line if the thiol " Ills Now it's time to go more Into the mmndc. St. I.ouN Itivcstctl two of go Into It thoconimaiMlcrH with the mnk tin tho evo economic part and a trial. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, of IiIh 111 filled exi(.illtiin to northern roughly. Are the people being comAfrica. Francis I. clouted three, nnd pelled to pay too much for what they and it always docs me good." buy? Nobody can answer that until hy tho time that T.otils XIV. had com Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, plcted hto Ions rclfiii there were no less , ho can say with reasonable approxfeelings, etc, are sure signs of womantired, worn-o- ut than twenty of them imation what it costs to produce ly tioublc Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's wns uliutlshcd ly the tlit tlioso things. The ofllco tonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui republic, hut leslousl hy Napoleon In some fields the trade commisfor your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing t himself em I. when lie proclaimed sion will find plenty of data. The women for more than fifty years. peror. He limited th unmoor lo It exTliey were known as marshals packers, for Instance, can tell . 6t empire. Tho lloiirho'ii monarchy actly what it costs them to turn out jf the Government attenon ius rcstonitlou in ISI." maintained their products. them In ofliee, hut thanped their title tion lias encouraged accurate cost acHut these hack to that of marshals of Prance counting In their cas. Uy the law of 18!?.). heirlnc the hl(;ii fields are limited. In the bissist manual of Kins I.""ls IMilllpiM.', their fields of ull the work will auvo tu bo number was limited to six In time of done from tho ground up. There peace and twehc In lime of war. isn't a. farmer in Illinois who kuiws Imtou, ns provided for by eisl Th what it costs him to put hbj product lin; military re?uIatlon, in Trance, con fhtro Isn't Uts-o- f a stuff nboiit two feet Ions, on the market an Inch - ami a half in diameter, cover one manufacturer in ten "ho bus nn uccuratp Idea of what it costs him to -- d with- dark blue velvet, linked with 50M stars and tipped at either end run his business. vUth sliver Kilt, on the borders of I Let the trado commission start litwhich are etiRr.ned the Latin words erally "from tho ground up." Let 'Terror belli, deeus pads." It Is car It start with tho farmer and find what rled In the light hand at all si eat mill production of everything, from eggs tary or Mate functions and is used in The to wheat and cattle, means In terniM lieu of the saber for full of lite and action, filled vrith the of tho Held marshal of Grout of money and labor expenditure. He buton fire of fine inspiration and followed lipped at either end with doesn't know, and nobody else known. Britain Is by 250 short stories of adventure, crowns and lions; those of German. Then let it rollow tho product to will make Many people assume Austria awl Iluvlj with .single beaded consumption. or double lieuded eaijle. high prices don't start until they In Eiigluud the dbtnity of Ueld mar reach some large organization. From rthul was unknown until, the rcipn of the economic Mundpolut they are Just It Georgo U., who In ITiW bestowed as lidblo to start at the beginnig us it upon tho second Duke of Arpylt. one . anywhero else. Prices cannot he perof the greatest commanders and htuteproduc Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' PageJ men of tils day and of whom Tope manently below the cobt of Girls'-Bagc- , tion under any circumstances. Doctor's Advice, and i'atonoF.fuh,!,'ArricIes of uiote: The country Is In the mood for an Travel, Science, Educalion. From the best minds lo the best Ariotl, tho itilo'8 wliol tliuniler born lo wield investigation thut will be long and minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone And shake alUa the eciulo and tho Hold deep nnd thorough. It is tired of in the home, l nereis no age .The ilrsl Duke of Marlborough, the these continued Hurries about high limit to enthusiasm for The Three Current Issues Free Uleuhelni, of Itnmlllles and lctor of Youth's Companion. of captain prices that get nothing except possiU tou do not know THE COMPANION of Mulphvpiel. bore the title Irt us acDil you Three Current Usue general to Indicate his tank as gcnei- - bly u politician into Congress or borne 52 Times a Year FREE. Inclose th!t Coupon with your newspapers other Job or into tho itlivdino, u title nndoubtedly oristnat-Irequest. . not 12. remd It has had its fill of Spain, where It l still telalned I" Thote who subscribe now, aemLnir $2 It Is regarded thcic us the equivalent edies that spring from attention to for Iho SZ issues of THE COMPANION More Rood reading than you wilt for 1315, will receive The Companion of tho grade of field uurshal in other only one half of the great problem. get in any of the monthly Hone Calendar TREE. oiiutries. magazines. Let's have nn Investigation that will 4 There ore 110 Hold marshals at lire enable tho country to see It steadily SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE Kussln. Tho lnht two commautl-ei- s and see It whole. It would bo cheap out in THK IIAI.TKORD REPOBLICAX AND YOUTH'S COMPANION, BOOf erc tho lain to hold that uiuk or $4,000,000. Chicago ONK VJ1AR FOR O.VLY $!i.7fl. I'iehl Marfibal GourkoJ sovemor sen-or- 'at $400,000 of Pofind, and the late Guind Herald. Michael NlcholaUltch. who Duke THE when ho died watt the patriarch of the Ilerord Steer Price. SEWING Imperial hoiic of Homanon. A load of fancy black and white theie In but ouo In Austria-HungarMACHHNC laco yearling steer fold for $10.40 Archduke lred-ericOdd marshal-name- ly. OF He b a bnither of the queen per hundred pounds at the Bourbon QUALITY. to ull Iho stock yards yesterday, a new high mother of Spain and heir colossal fortune of his uncle, the late record price- for this market. Gen. Archduke Albert, who had won his K. If. Wood, a prominent feeder of NOT marshal' b.itou on the battlefield of Pagovillo, Ky., shipped tho cattle to SOLD Custozztt. tho Jocal market. There were thlrt UNDER Tho full generals in Austria hour tbe head In the load and they were ANY jWmBjfetj-title of "fddzeugmeister" (master of bought by the Louisville Provision OTHER onluuiice) when they belong to the tho Company. They were fed on sllago. NAME. artillery, while all lieutenant generals corn and cotton feed meal nnd averlleiuen-aut,- " are known as "fcldmarihal For tho Mine TF yon wtnt to rucctea WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. a title which U being continually aged 942 pouuilo. II fm )mt .nil., t n.W as that of field shipper, a small lot of fancy cattle rlit linenr (n busliiesi nnd ladav "K5 luistranslated abroad Ifjoit imrchUMj thcNKU HOMK you vrUl -wore sold on tho yards Here several marbhnl. tuivo n V.is asset ut tho irlco you jmy, nnd will on tbe fit ine Hn. Ra OH out of tli? rutl notrmonacudU.sschclnfrejalr. In Italy, Scandium In, liclgluiu and weeks ago at $10 per hundred, which ws& Holland and in the armies of the Haiwns the rocord price until yesteiday ku states the rank of field marshal U Quality Louisville Herald of Sunday. Ti' S? j... unknown, ulthough the late Kbig I ConsidciW tw Charles of liouuuinja had received nnti aittul maCatllt. Md A mlrt,r-iltn- u Hun (her Twice-It h tha balouT frohi Czar Nlchola's II aud . mvu. Uio liskcbi nionry " Ky., Fclj. 19. Mrs. Portugal, too, has from the kaker. Cheapest ,. dispensed with Held marshals. ears all for-- eniyiscenii. ..7.S- - --Tn Yf.'?! TJ Margaret Mendel, seenty-seve- n i'i i'ow """ In electrlcltr nd wireless; .In Is In Germany, however, that field old, wns run over by nn automobile, It Intention. in theenp -ana oeropmres, marshals tlourfoh, but only blucc the and. It Is believed, fatally Injured. automoiille and In maililnerj".a ,." in fannies, present kaiser has hecn on the throne. Iloth legs were brokon above the HOW to masflunEISi fiemv. rj mu,t..i. y . to kuv. Just prior to the death of old Imiperor knees, and it Is also thought that tnnnlh, InclutliiiK tefrlrerator. noultry nouses, fumitute, automobile shop tepalrr, etc. If you wantasewlmr machine, write fori William in 16SS there were but two fulIofmimry-maKine- , she suffered Internal injuries. J. N. It HIwnttsn in plain Lnglish for men and laeas. our InUutcdUloguo before jou ptirchum;. boys. is field marshals In the entlie German Th3 M Horns Sewing: Machine Co., Orange, Mass. IS Cent a Copy $1.B0 a Year army namely, the then Crown Prince Forgy was hacking ills machine Get It from a newsdealer or write direct to (afterward Fredeilck III.) nnd Count around tho corner of Fifth and Are., N.Y. streets when tho accident oc- 1'opular Science Monthly, in Fourth Moltke, both of whom had received mrC TsneUC7Irnyssstc.nn ss4 aosbsa Uli tpt. fnCEi (,r imt.j, their batons nt thu close of the 1'inuco-Gcrina- curred. was crossing tho Mrs. Mendel war of 1ST0. As soon as the V-VEpresent emperor came to the throue'he street nnd the car backed onto her, began to confer tho dignity with such knocking her down, a rear wheel liberality that theie urc now fully a imbuing over one of her legs and score of them, Including Duke Hern, breaking it. Realizing that ho had haul of the Grand struck something, Mr. Forgy started D11L0 of Ilmlcn, PiJiii'o Henry of I'rus. I ills car forward, again running over aS s(a nnd Bnron von Pletscn. Ilcddcs ' tho prostrate woman aud breaking tlicbe there ate about u dozen moro with tho rank of "general oberfit," or her other leg. . ... colonel general, whose rank Is assimilated to that of Held marshal and who Vl Merlin Hiut "Shin Muster." V" aas V are nboyo tho full geueral.-- P. JL av m llerlln, Feb. 17. "Shin plasters," In New Yoik Sun. or fractional bills, like those used ill Feel rleht nil tho time. Don't lay ort from work for days by taking calomel the United Statos in tho Clval War, keeps yo Stopped the Buzzing. when pleasant Lio- - Vet-La- x aro becoming qulto common in on your feet, while roliovingyour trou,l JG- L- uLAlice (with ncNpuper)-- lt hi;b here L:M-- S The government, so fnr, had le. Safer too, und easy to take. Don't that yawiilug will lemovo that aunoy-lu- g issued no such bills, but they aro tako anything else. You can't afford buzzins In one's eais. Kdith It, Eliminates poisons, cleanses ey A fc, old fashioned put in circulation by chnmhors of Stay-la(- e That's true! I.nst night nheu Mr. tern and relieves constipation. A nat-urorganizations and remedy for worms. had been talking steudlly to uio commerce,, trade remedy, natural initsactlons, sura for three hours I juwncd twite, and ho municipalities to rellovo tho short-ag- o In ita effect and certain in result. K Sevealy.nte Jtitt continu. went bomc.-Uob- ton TrauscrliU. won't bo knur before Liv- - VcLax will of small change, which is making out us is tK best tesiimonisi complotely displaco calomel m ever FREY'S VERMIFUGE tan Itself telt morn and more. Copper home.i Children can tako It freely an offer you. Figure It Out. almost entireand sliver coins have Il with perfect eafety. Kvcry bottlo guarKs6sUlsslwi7MalsaJ. Mrs. Snobbery You know that my ly disappeared from circulation and V.3) bib leei) tKa Via ascs bsiW anteed. fjOcaml ?1 in bottles. Norm husband is n retired gentleman farmer? silver twenty mid fifty pfennig pieces ssJbtslthr. Kenuino without the likeness and lie. s Utus st jeui dniitul t Mrs. Mornlngcall Yes, I heard he had urwjsoy. rur aio i?y turc or Li. leatts) : "TU oVslrf caa I becoming very carco, retired from conicthmg, aud I knew aro also aipttf vmi. aJ lui same sad 2'c. m w - Hartford, Ky. a4 r a Jf. H. WILLIAMS, h Uoi'S sJ ho wim stJIl farming. Now Y01U Globe. (UiHsoVdy BANK OF MARSHAL Let's KeWfl A It Always Helps k-- KJ 11 CARDUI The Woman's Tonic Get a Bottle Today! biv-tee- to-da- Ml0Great fflffitY''.,5 C 1rll & I iRcYOUTH'S COMPANION! Better Than Ever in 1915 - n half-bake- y k. theFiringline SfM T l Get on NEW ' SBFl ft HOME r5f -t 11 . ' ftpularOTnee iuonxniv - Jt IMfWm ' uep-sari- Crit-tend- u USE LI R-L AX Mothers use -- Vr w Ereyls y For Lazy Liver and the Troubles ol Constipation. Gei-man- y. Yerimhise - nl si.-ji- P.l Tho heart gets weary, old, Hhewjtope. - but never tfU CASTORIA OliildJen Ory FLETCHER'S FOR f 11.. j. E. & S. FREY, BAL.TIHORE. HI). m Fur patUia In ttie 4MII-111 tack fUfca, U Ot. Milm' " i of cabinet officials. Cnrva Tiiylor and llttlo dough. Is understood to bo M. Tho President TURNED INTO CASH Inclined not to convene tuo Senato v!ru',rr v:rTt' Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Tucker, LOW FOR MINERS unless a special session of Congrats homo In Central City. Is necessary. ' No announcement of the President's HJINWIKIW (JVrt'KIl illltViliNU Oeiporrats iAise. plans was made at the Whlto Houso. MONKY.FKOM TIN CANS AN1 OK JIUHIK8T YKAK. IN H1HTOHV Washington, Feb. 20. A House to he known among the hut It seemed IHON SCBA1. y unaniMISISV. HAH HMAI.IiKST MOT Election Committee President's conflilnuts nt tho Capitol OK VAHVAimVM. mously renortod acnlnst Jeremiah ho was considering such a plan, thai j Donovan (Democrat) In his contest although It was said ho had not wholAnaconda, Mont., Feb. 18. Thera for the sent of Representative Kbo- ly decided upon It. J. Hill (Republican), teprc- is understood to isn't a tin can In tho alloyo or nshlm-ze- r The President CARE CAMPAIGN HELPS barrels of this great sheltering cen- scntlng tho Fourth Connecticut din view that his cabintt hold the trlet In tho present Congress. appointed by him, if reappoint- ter, nor for fifty miles around. Tho copper kings snltcu 'em to ed, do not need confirmation; that tVdcrul jiuftfiiu OfliL'InN Hay That their term of olllco Is unlimited, sub swell their millions! KOUUTII CiaSS POSTMAKTKU lfnx Hnltoil Slniiy l'..'.MIATIO.V, MAHCH 10, 1IM7 Tin cans arc literally worth nior ject to the will of the President lilut- i.'AtcNltmt. . than their weight in copper, which, !r.olf at war prices, is about .lit cents tho tho united Htntes kivii service 'Commission iinnouuces mat on tuo pound. 'riiMMtiT rmmr nni'KKT date named above an examination Washington, Fob. J 8. In the yenri t idv ii,mii :; For cans and any scrap Iron vi ai ' ' Immersed In tho copper saturated acl I will bo held nt Heaver Dam, Ky., as l!UG, thofiusW, most prosperous, .,.,..,. ,.1 water flowing from mine or smelter a result of which It Is expected to year In the History, oi coai mining, i nu m.1 i. t .. ,. ; "I nreclpitate the red metal as tho ecrap make cerllfiration to fill a contemphit- with tho greatest toumigo over taken: Febrtinry 2G. v ' ,trt vacancy In tho position of fourth )8 Caten away. ; (rom the earth, and more men cm-- , will be a sperlal term of tine week". class postmaster at Simmons, and Kien Water It Hated. ployed than ever before, an army ex merge Into the regular which willMany thousand dollars a day are other vacancies as they may occur at ceeding ::7r.,000 tollers, there were Mnreh term. c cording lo a director, of tho Ilureuu thus recovered from wator that once, that office, unless It shall be decld- The following elill rases are Ket went to naste, hero at the Washoad in tho Interest of the service to of Alines, less men kiHod In accidents trlsil at the special Februar.v smelter, largest reduction works In fill the vacancy by reinstatement, tliim In nuy one. of the previous nine lur lei m. bejjiniiinj,' J'obiuary !ti. 1917: ' iim wnriii t ml in tin. nilne of Unite The comnensntion of tho nostmns- ;ears. 01 W. D. s. .1. 1). WM.,. !.. rnlu olnnili ml ........ jter at this olflco was $22G for tho I I1U 1UIIIM .vm en 'V '" nfnm. -' , ,. W. M. Iloeker vs. John Hell. ; thirty miles awnv. I11H lleflin ' tfiently in the report: Thc ro,ance "of modern rolling 'last fiscal car. i'J 'ol Uoekport Drain Tile ( o. vs. ias como (Jown ,Q (ho proWom ot gav. A,;o umU i Jonr8 .,,id over on The number of men killed was 2.- -' ,. fra(,iinn..i ..., 0f TiBimiea. to the dnte of the examination, with the Krnle Curtis. , forty-fou- r In less than i2i", which is 7(iOo N'uah Coat vs, Hxroil Tlljllir. ,. .... U .k ,ii. ,. .U(x.l ... .,,,1,1 rrnm'n,'Ktlnn.. llml ... .. ....... ulirrn unin. ... Inn Sin to ......w ...... . fciv.u .Will tb 1315, 225 less tnlm In I1M-1- and BOO. 1IUIIU 7t;io C. 1. Wallace is-- . J. A. .Innuw a ton of ore. J ft. 'en nro declared by .statiito to lio of less than in 19 .. .. . . u ....... ., o ;..m. & Son. r..1l n uk runts uow mo nig operators ar?iuii MH iui ll )iuiiuaun ui c ....There wero 00,000,000 moio tons )l It O. T. O'll.innon va. ill. . '1... . getting rich these days. women IS years of age on the dnte "" ' were' of coal niliitd than thero Ilroi.., Co. In economy and conservation these of the examination will be men employed than In lOlli. ' Ttw, ileath r.ilo for each I.OflU men roi" K. .1. .Smith. &e. v.. J II. How-raiue owners nro ml. y setting an cxnmplo , which : Applicants must reside within the employed, 3.0", is tho lowest in th ' h. Harvey shows up the waste of the average territory supplied by llio post office lapt eighteen years, at which time: "'." ClaleiKe Arnold Allen. i hoiisokeener as reckless extrava- - for which tho examination Is nn- about' half us many men were em- -. 7 !," 'I W. II. Mddo i.-.,- l nounced. v. ('. II. Nioun gunce. , . T,e paCkcr who cans all but the Tho examination is open to nil There kvure SC!.000 tons of coal 7B0 llnllif HI lie-- vs. Cluus. Thomp-".Oil "squeal" of the hog has nothing on citizens of the United States who can rnfned for each life loht, which - tho w, (iunifi if. I. ". It. It the mine operator who converts even comply with the requirements .sTeatcst tonnage per rntallty in the 7i;iii 0. Application forms and full InforCo. The the smelter smoke into gold. Sistory of th'o United Suites.. mation concerning the requirements Wnxle Makes .Money. increase in tonnage for each II fr lost 7iitiP Alphonm llmliry, t al s. P 1.. Alford, el al. over the yojr Near tho Washoe reduction works of tlm examination can bo secured .ta nearly "5.000 ton 7t7iS U .1. Pirkeilll vs. C.ilberi Tn-- - hero is a mouutainous dump heap frf''" the postmaster at Simmons or , 10 IK. turn. where an old smelter, and a careful from the U. S. Civil Service Corn- "The mere reduction or lortj-fou7t!77 Lou HoiiI is Cl.iteiico .lame'. one, dumped its waste. Today this Is mission. Washington, D. C. Uvcs lost for the yTr 191 6 does not Applications Hiioulil Ue properly being run thru the plant again and Jisclosc by any means the gratify- - 7't7.s .1. M. Taylor vs. II. C A: U N it. It Co. leached of copper content to tho tunc executed and filed with the Commls- fng results obtained," said Mr. Man-- , of a $20,000 clear profit every nvejfion at Washington at loai.t seven TIUST PA ping. "If the same conditions had' H:U luays oeiore tno tiaio 01 mo examina- prevailed in 191G as In 1915 In r-- - I r. t; Cuni'th. v... Otis Anient ' days, "" otherwise It may bo Impracti- The man who first threw a tin can gard to thp lonnago Tor each llfo lost. 1;2 Com'th l: Porter Kvsiih 7? Coni'th vis. nveielt ("ii. cable to cxamino the appllcans. i,.uut 071; ' . ni into tho mine waters of Hutto oud VUK.&C7 I.VUHI 'UllMl vt. .. ixi.fci '.JV Cnm'th VS. Shelby Mori 'I4 SCIVIL, SHIIVICK COM found a few hours later that it had ' more, men killed. Hut back of all ."112 Com'th. V.4. Ira Cook- ' been converted by tho acid Into pure ' r :;: that, tho year 1916 was up to that Coni'th VS. Aithur Uuuc.iii made a fortune by contraet- i copper, time ihc safest year in American coal '".ao'i Coni'th. Vfc. Hruuii l're ' TIIK PHOCRKSS OK s ing for tills "wasto" water and ritn- it In a re- - '209. Cnm'th. vs. Samj Mining, and 0212 Com'th. vs. Same ning it over scrap metal. Hut today! awrkable manner. "2i;t Coni'th. v.-- Hufus Clinton the big mines let nothing j?ct "Tho 'Safety First' incitement ot r.217 Cnm'th. vs. Claude Craves (Hy J. II. Thomas.) I their grasp. tured by the Huieiiu or Mines from an 2l.s Com'th. v. Samo ."219 Coni'th. vs. Same beTo say that these metal monarchy, I isolated spradlo effort until It has Tlirce-fourth- s of tho American peoVi Jiui. Durham, Sr. save their pennies Is not only llt- come a groat national asset, is re- r.220Com'th. et al. lerally made out of tho fractious ,of ple llvo 'In dry territory. turn- 5224 Com'th. . .. sponsible for tho stopping and i..o... ing back of n record of deaths thnt ."225 Com'th. vs. Lorenzo Hamilton pennies .saved! Twenty-fou- r States havo Statc-wld- o s. Murray Crowe iUut become a great American crime. .'22G Com'th. prohibition. r.2':i Cnm'th. vs. .ls?o Jnilkerson. IKig Attempts Suicide. "It is venturesome to suggest what et al. "Consider tho dog: ho worrleth might havo happened without thc :.2:::! conrth. vs. Claude Craves Only Nevada and New Jersey nro 'wifety first' movement, but I believe 523o Com'th. vs. Murray Maddox j not. neither fretteth," was tho advice o States. ; given by a who and learned persou 1 am conservative In saying thnt at :.24 2 Com'th. vs. Mary Ijong Com'th. vs. Owon Crowe y recently. allvi least f,000 miners are . Tho United States Senato has passCom'th. vs. Klzle Allen, et al and happy wtlh their families, who .250 Com'th. v. No'vt Dennis, el I Hut there lives In Jelfcrson County ed a bill to inako tho District of Colone ilejf that became so worried over otherwise woulil have been in their al. .something that disturbs only the ca- -' umbia dry. 2CI Com'th vn. Andrew I'rjoi graves. nino Instinct that ho decided to drown "What hab bejen so far accomplish- - ' T.f Com'th, vs. "Same A bill to prohibit tho sale or li. Itund Hurt, el al. cd Is duo to.Uiofrlendy.ci-opcnitlvi:jr- ; com'tli' vs.. Owen Cash, t al. himself, and It took twenty men apd quors In the territories ot Alaska and 11 boat to save his life. upfrit tnat exists netwenn ine aiaie r;7S com'th vs Henry Whlttaker favorably reported ' Isaac. Collier, county patrolman at Hawaii has been ailrto inspectors, the mine operators, "279 Com'th. V4. Joe StCluir. ot p.l. - Anchorage, has a bulldog, which ho ( In Congress. WesterCom'th. vs. Itoscoe the miners nmltho Hurcau of Mines. 'S pries highly. The animal guards fW The results so far attained givo thB,. 4 Tho Indiana Legislature recently Mhe Collier homo while Mr. Collier Is Bureau much encouragement to cnm'th. vs. Oscar Oalzo prohipassed 11 stringent State-wid- e j patrolling his beat. 9 nowed and moro vigorous oITorts Com'th. vk Oscar Haln ' Saturday af-- , bition law. re-- 1 "290 Com'th. Mrs. Collier .observed vs. Tcsaio Unssett tho conservation of (ho human 5291 Cnm'th. vs. Oscar Daize tevnoon that the dog looked Metpond- sources of the country.' r A recent Tennessee statute forbids i .1292 Com'th. vs Joo Norris ITnlf 1111 limir Inter the niilmnl ..nt )203 Com'th. xa, Tessle Hasseti lBlllPme"1 of ,1""or ,,,to hat s'nt0 and a search beBan. TAKKY 1TKMH. ."".294 Com'th. vs, .fee Karly & OtF was missing, any purpose acrIarch 1, 1917. The dog is a pet In tho neighbor- White Feb. 20. Farmers Havo about fin:29r Com'th. vs. Claude II. Davis hood and hoon a score were aiding in'l .. voto on a stnt0w,(, con" ished delivering tobacco. vs Clyde Davis I "297 the hum Mr. Tom Nelton purchased, two "i29! Com'th. vs. Coni'th Canev Da ft run this fall. Canine footprints led to tho large' bt,tut,onM young mules from Clarence Patton .no'; com'th. vs. Marshall Null Ipond In front of Lakeland Hospital,' .30$ Com'th. vs. Mitchell Taylor for $190. A ducls,0 ot ,hu Supremo Court and there the dog was found strug- Charlie MeKliiley, wlfo and baby, "'SIS Com'th Vh. Lutlle Paris ,.n i vs. Tom Oiler the wi,.r. A boat was ob- - "Pboldlng tho constitutionality of tho ' vm nm;; vs. Dave Duke Carl Patton1, visited Clnrcnco Patton n law against shipping tallied and three of tho rescuers row- -, &nd children Satuiday night ami Sun-Ja'.332 Com'th. vs. Alford FInley liquor Into dry territory Is hailed evled to the center of (he pond, sav-liu- g :??, 4 C'om'lh. vs. Dave Duke erywhere by the drys as federal sanc-. Hie dog as ho was about to go .3::.- Com'th. vs. Same Mr. Clyde Funk and wlfo vihlted tion of prohibition. r."3G Conrth. VF. Same down "for tho last time.' relatives nt Suniiydnlo last week. ;:::7 Com'th. vs. Same I Latest reports are that tho dog will Miss lloakhuul, of Texas, iu tho Arizona, which had gone a little Com'th. vs. Snme recover. Loulsvlllo Herald, ;uest of relatives at this place .343 Com'th. VI Myitle Faught too radical on prohibition, voted Nov. EidlOM Thero Is .1 now teloplione lino be .34." Com'th, VH Starling 7, to admit tho Importation nt wlno MAHCH G. Found Out. SECOND DAY ing put up from this pluoo to Hells Com'th. vs. Herman Morris a secret for sncrlmental purposes. "Would jou like to hear t, I .'.206 Com'th. vs. Oeorgn Jowell Involving Mrs. Nextdoor In a dreadNews was received hero today that ,;- - Com'th. vs. Moso Wlls'in It Is announced from Washington ful scandnl?" Mr. Lou Owen, formerly of this placo, .".27'! Cnin'ih. vs. Marlon Likens thnt In. tho event of war with derma-n- y "Yes, oh, yes; tell It to me." had closed Ids school al Paducah on j3S0 Com'th. vs. Moso Wilson tho public peace will bo safeguardCom'th. va. Dick Stewart "1 don't know any such secret. You account of ill health amj would bo nn Com'th. vs. Uardln Tanner U eer.talnly havo a mean disposition." ed by a military order Closing at onco drought homo tomorrow. HinlesB Farmer all tho saloons In tho country. Now York Timos. Several from hero attended tho ex32f. Coni'th v. Ike France & Wllllamn hibition at Chapman school Thurs",u itL'tVI.'It I1AM IIKPAUTMPA-I- ' THIUD DAY- - MAHCH 7 day submitting a "csolutlon P1188011 vs. i27l Feb 21Mlss SSaleno Allen Is ' State-wid- e wife, of Adu-bur- F.309 Com'th. vs. KlahL. Lawrence Frank Ta.vlor and 11. amendment to vote of tho Corn'lh. Parrls with friends spending (hlft week-en- d spout Saturday night with i."i:i2i Com'th. vs. Kniefit Lltsey ipnopI' r.327 Com'th. vh. William Otis Uey- - in Ovvensboro. their bon, K. Taylor Mr. Chas. Vinson arrived Tuesday uolds Mrs. Cox, vvlfoiof Hov. W. 1). Cox, Utah and F oridu havo elected log-fa short stay with his father bo- -' is the guest of friends ami relatives 53.13 Com'th. vs. Tom Hrown ,0 cm,ct stal-w,d- o :.3to Com'th. vs. Gene Allen . foro going to Louisville. 1347 Com'th. vs. Ah Lnwrenco 'P'ohlhltlon laws. Miss Teresa Mulhall returned tQ FOUHTH DAY MAHCH K. .r)32S Com'th. vs. Kil Wllkcrsou Notice.1 '""ucu iner nomo mbuu unvr A, J.VXC3JQ Mcillpit Ir. Iir.reliv ........ Hint . will Com'th. vs. Tom Wilson visit with her brother, Mr. Tom Mul- .....wv - ..v.vrf elv,tn ....... ,.....(.! ,, fnmy ouglasa;,ull( Is' an Antiseptic Salvo, tho result of havo my papers bcroro tho Hoard of lijjj Oom'lh! vs! William oxperlcnco of n druggist, Prison CoinnilEsJqnora April .1, 1017. r,iMl Com'th! vs. S. 6. Fogl.' i! A protrncled mooting will begin 10' years' ' jt tho Methodist church next Sunday. and is taken from tho best prescripc'oSi'fcderalloii. Tom' Crahan Charged wirti jr.3ir, Com'th. s ' r'"47 .9.:"'.,.I'-..V.K:- . Tin HeaBlpy ,!br. Savage, .from Louisville, will aa- - tions of eminent physicians that FKROW Mbltltia, ' ' Ml' III WA1 -- MAnCH'9 ' FilllVvllfo' have come, under tils observation Iu ,, 34r?p 1Klrt'ov. Frank. .. Ky. ' Coln.thi VH, t "'KW""'' jharij-AVIlllanirwa. with that length of time. Its uses uro ot PKKHIDKNT IH PLANNINO Ir.airt Com'th. vs. Chiudn Allen,' eTier mother, Mrs. Florence Airord, juiiltitudious and It should bo In evJlubt week, returning to hnr home ery home. There is no moro affective ill. TO.HHIfAK A I'UKCKDKNT . , r.219 Com'th. vs. Choboine Wilson, remedy'4 known for Croup', Colds, ' Taylon Minim Momlny. ",. Washlniitmi, Feb. 20 -- President ,..., ,. . ',...'' '. , ... ,. Mrs. W, It. OY)ok will entertain thn'jUurna Sprnlus, Soreness; Chaps, .... mkiui. y. i.uiipy-nnit ..mj,.,,, U..11,. .: wiiHdii. it iKihfiin tiiouit in.i inv. ih .".n..! .., ... . .1 ... ...,, ... in iiitoriinon rmni i, urnisea, iiL'uuuviiua, tii;. tmvi iu .. . I nv. viriFf ciiii .1111 IV, IK iflrlit ''application you will never ho fiK'fjl llAV- - -- MAHCH JO. ,rIiil)f,,fo!if!i!4ilu,; hrfnkliiK anM!m cvnts. Tor Co'hl'lli. Un. 'Claurto ,Wn "If.'' enjoyed u t.oclal danco without It. 'JMenty-lli- o other prtcetUmt hy not ailllug the ' "f!' rrnw,',T 'ouuly I)ru; Co. ' o1' f B'l duliati. iu litrn stIou given b tho hoys Tuesday .aii.i Lom lli. vs. Ira Mines, et al, olfi-ciu- ls. HEATH RATE IS on' March 5 to confirm nominations SME AND WATER Shultz'a music. orchestra furnished tho SEE CARSON & CO'S Now Spring Line of Coat Suits in all the new shades for spring, from SI 7. 50 to 22.50. ,.,.., . ifii i '' , 1 ..,,. ....,.. Also new line of Spring Coats, either stripe or check, the very thing you want for early wear, priced at from S4 to $11. We have a new line of Spring Shirt Waists, from 50c to S5, the very thing for your new suit. We are also receiving new goods every day. Come in and see what we have and are getting all the time in new soods. ' 1 t , 1 multl-milllounl- is- A J , j rj A.- 1 n,i,i i. i.,, ."V1 ta ' " - 1 Carson 3NTO-Im Si :iTCsr:r;i;ATEZ. Co. 191G-outbtrlp- ,. be-'yo- Hartford, Ky. i..... the Itlutil tliitc lo vlult Or The wct-wld- r.2-1- .'i2-sr- j FLORIDA GULF COAST RESORTS Got uwny from the cold vnnd enjoy life in tlic Inml of Sunshine und Flowers. Low round-trip ! fares and excellent service via lu;-.2S- LOUISVILLE 4 NASHVILLE R. R. For particulars, call upon local ugtiiits of this railroad. , , -- rr ; I '"'""nt rfr jjjj y. I rr Webb-ICenyo- Don't Make Curiosity Telephone Calls call lot - ) -- 'ii. i , J,-- , -- it" B.cioj. ).M0 Idlt tuilMllr Kt1.it la BUtta-lo- u iilcJ Ctaual' btm th. Art wai, aa tmtiitncr is tmbulaotc nai htU bp lot vtailr I S wit. uui tail lh!i Jttar irialnd la U Jtilhol-rbrilcla- oi tar that hi4 Hi ambulancs Veto al ouct 't lt BtltU liaie bt tatt4." Llrmrj AJ.'frllwr, mr4 J""h ii,uiuj g, J , large fire. the bounds possibility to answer promptly the mass of curiosity telephone calls that threaten to swamp our exchanges every time there is IT is beyond or lit-re- - . .- T "".rl,0 i'-3- -- Ir"t3lX'J - . ,,-,- .It-se- 1 CUMBERLAND F .- - -- .- -- i. - J $&' .. TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH CO. Incorporated -- Calls for physicians, the ambulance or the police, held up at such times might result in the loss of human life. For your protection, as well as for the protection rof your neighbors, we ask you not to call the telephone operator merely ou t of curiosity. After all, shehas no more informa' tion than you have. KY. i J HOX III), OWRNSUOUO, ewl.v-eletlci- uu-ulu- r r 4- - " I