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OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No, 35 AMERICANS LOST ON . HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., EJRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1917. W. C. Liles Escorting Sergeant ''.-rt ' Remains lo the Station at El Paso. - - w b a t SmFWvSmmmmmkmmmmmf&Str&ftVrn, ip?irai'rE'i E i '?mmimLmmmMMmm&twMm GUARD SHIP TWO WOMEN AMONG VICTIMS WHEN TORPEDO SENDS LA-JS Z ' vB KitfffvAB f f'JH S"f Hrrfs 0Hf3 mWWWmwSfT '"'' CONIA 33s&'. 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Japan, thru Mexican mediation, was to bo urged to abandon her allies and Join In tho attack on the United .States. ."Mexico, for her reward, was to financial support from Jermuny, reconquer Texas, Now Mexico and Arizona lost provinces and shuro in tho victorious pence terms Germany contemplated. Details were left to German Minister von Eckhnrdt in Mexico City, who by instructions signed by Cer-i- n an Foreign Minister Zlmmcrninnn. nt Ilcrlln, January 19, 1917, was directed to propose the alliance with Mexico, to Gen. Carranza and suggest that Mexico seek to bring Japan Into tho plot. Hernstorff Intermediary. Thcso Instructions wcro transmitted to Von Ecklmrdt thru Count Von Hernstorff. former German Ambassador here, now on his wny home Jo Germany under a safo conduct obtained from his enemies by against which he uas plotting war. ' Germany pictured to Mexico, by broad intimation, England and tho Entente Allies defeated; Germany and her allies triumphant and In world domination by the Instrument of unrestricted submarino warfare. A copy of Zlmmermann's Instructions to Von Kckhardt, sent thru von Hernstorff, Is In possession ot tho It is ns United States Government. follows: Berlin, January 19. 1917. "On tho first ot February wo In tend to begin submnrino warfare unrestricted. In spite of this, it Is our intention to endeavor to keep neutral tho United States of America. "If this attempt Is not successful, we proposu tin alliance on tho following basis with Mexico: That wo shall make war together and together niako peaco. Wo shall glvo general financial support, and It is understood that Mexico is to reconquer tho lost territory in Now Mexico, Texas and Arizona. Tho details are left to you for settlement. To Urge- Japan to Kilter Plot. "You uro Instructed to Inform tho President of Mexico of the above In tho greatest conlldcnco us soon ns It Is curtain that, there will bo an outbreak of war with tho United Stutes and suggest that thu President of Mexico, on his own initiative, should communlcnto with Japan, suggesting udhorenco at onco to this plan at tho hamo time, offer to medlnto between Germany and Japan. Plcaso call to tho attention of thu President of Mexico that tho employment of ruthless submarino warfare now promtses o compel Kngland to tnako peaco In a few months. Anso-clatcry Washington, Feb. 28. "(Signed) S51MMBKMANN " SIMPSON WHEAT GROWERS RIDICULE HENDERSON YAUN Tho of tlio Henderson county wheat growers to plow up their wheat fields, under tho belief that tho crop had been killed by blizzards, was ridiculed by tho best wheat growers In this county today. Tho winter lias uot been less sovcro In this (tart of the state than In Henderson couny, und tho wheat could not possibly look worse, yet John Hatter, ono of the county's growers and u practical best, Insists that tho roots aro not killed, und that ho will roaka thlrty-ftv- o bushels to tho aero on ono fifty-acr- e floltl. Others say that by May 1 ono may determine whether tho blizzard has seriously damaged Franklin, Ky., Fob. 23. Washington, Feb. 27. Tho sinking of tho Cunardcr Laconla by a German submarino was stated offy icially to constlluto a cloar-c- ut violation of American rights. Conclusive official information at the State Department show (that two American women lost their Uvea, that if four other Americans among tho passengers and tho fourteen, among the crew were saved, it waa Tho cut shows tho procession enoouto from tho Peak Undertaking establishment to ho Union Station, EJ Paso, Tex. The order of tho units In a military funeral march is, band, nrmed escort, chaplain and company officers, (fight to loft, Chaplain Malincroft, First Ky. Inft., Cnpt Shown only by good fortune, and that the In tho plcturo tho band and armed escort do not show. and Lieut. Harnett), hearse with pall bearers on either flank and the company In "rear vessel was sunk without warning la 'JL ., direct defiance of all tho principles from pneumonia. The high altitude for which the United States has tho growing crop, but prior to that SERGT. LUES GIVEN.-HONORis offered as1 explanation for tlio mor- stood. time it Is not safo to hazard a proph- FISCAL COURT VOTES Consul Frost's reports from tho ecy. tality in cases of pneumonia. It Is AT EL PASO bald that the effect of rare atmos- survivors landed at Quecnstowri and TO GUARANTEE FUND OHIO COUXTV 1JOY phere on the heart make high fever Uuntry show that tho vessel was HTAKTH TO 8KK WOULD very dangerous In tho return to nor- struck by a torpedo without warning mal. It Is known to tho writer ut 10:30 Sunday night 150 miles off GO TOt MILITARY 8KKYIOKS HELD Herbert Leo Griffith, fourteen-year-ol- d WIKHON AND IIAKXKS that patients In the military hospital Fustnet when the steamer was travel HOMEWARD JOURNEY KKANKFOKT Al'TIIOItrKH TO ing nt seventeen or eighteen knots son ot W. T. Griffith, ot have the very best ot attention and ; PI.KDGK COUNTY. WAS I1KGUN. on-hvoyage from New York to Ohio county, near Fnrdsvllle, is befhnt Tfn nlfnriri nf tipfrlpM nf nntlpntn ' Tho engine was stopped ing sought by the police department has ever been made against any of "h,p ,,8te ad "twboard. wire-The as n ruuuwuy from home. tho nurses or physicians. less calls were flashed broadcast and At four o'clock in the afternoon At nu extra session of tho Ohio of the youth arrived In Ow. m father ensboro Tuesday morning nnd ac- Fiscal Court Tuesday morning thi of February 22, 1917, tho military ?lx If rK rottS were scnt UD- - Th,r- How The Courier Sees Beckham. county to funeral servlcos for First Sergt. companied the .ppjlce.. on a search court voted to pledge the U?eboats w paf senf rs and crew of tho .beverage Tho hypocrisy ('. Llles, Co. H, 3rd Ky. Inft., politician who is for his missing son. 'The boy has build Its part of the Federal Highway a prohibitionist for f,ot BWaf, and proven over two or Lwcro held In the chapel of tho Peak to collisions la should tlio central route be selectedi not been located. office only never was more publicly tho boy. I'railically no opposition developed Undertaking Co., ElTuso, Tex. Chnp-lal- n and clearly proved than In the ' doVa h ?h bCa rolHng ln According to Mr. Griffith jluwklns, 3rd Ky. Intt., being ill bato In tho United States Senate, ln swells. who Is ot u uulct and studious na- to pledging the county for $20,000 Second 'Torpedo Jired. his homo Monday morn- itffit'lho action of the court caused afcHhefttme, Chaplain Malincroft, 1st which Mr. Deckham, of Kentucky, ture, left rejoicing among good road ad- Ky. Inft., was in charge. Instead of Ric-aAoout twenty minutes after tho ing to attend school. waa made to admit that he does not ' Tho ceremonies of a military fun-or- favor real and unnuaUfled nrohibl- - flrat torpedo, the reports add, and going to his school he camo on to vocates in every section of the coun: are very impressive and where tlon. Ho walked tho entire ty Owensbnro. Nobody in Kentucky, upon while some of the boats were still At a maxs meeting held in Hut circumstances will permit they fol-- 1 etner 8jae ot ti,0 argument, can be nearby, a second torpedo was drlv-lo- w miles. Mondistance of twenty-liv- e certain lines as prescribed ,n !gratly' surprised to learn how Mr. en Into the vessel, which sank three-Arm- y day, night he spent with friends und ford Satiirduy afternoon resolutions Regulations. The armed cs- left their homo early Tuesday ui.klng the Fjscal Court to make tho feels about the matter. Quarters of an hour after the original appiopriatiou, or rather pledging the cort for the deceased consisted of T,lQ nows ue3 not ju u,0 revealment attaclt' Tno small boats with morning. de- county to build its part ot tho road, men commanded by a sor- - of lhe 8enator'H state ol mtnUf but in vlvors pitched about during tho long Inquiry at the wlinrfboaU veloped tho boy had been seen mak- v.ero adopted. These resolutions geant and the pall bearers wcro chos- - tno delightfully amusing fact that hu of tho night until rescue camo. ing an effort to get nway on tho woie read before tho court Tuesday. en from among the first sergeants of ho wa8 backed Into a parliamentary During this time tho two American j He was set .The meeting Saturday was well at- - other companies in tho regiment. steamer Turuscon. corner nd compelled to put himself women, Mrs. Mary E. Hoy and Mlsa nshnro and no traco has been found tended and tho resolutions wero After services in the chapel con- - upon record as not being nn advocate Elizabeth H07, ot Chicago, died of ducted by tho chaplln the flag drap- - t anythln6 so shocking, so rovolu- - exposuro and wcro burled nt sea. of him since. Young Griffith told a adopted Without a dissenting voto. Judge Wilson and Mr. John II. ed casket was carried out between tlonary as prohibition actually pro- - Tllore were several other deaths, but fccbool mate ho proposed to go to Chicago and cam a living. The lad Humes, or Heaver Dam, went to tho two flics of tho escort wnicn hlblting the uso of whisky. Courier- ol Americans, by No further facts are needed Fiiinkfort Wednesday to bo there stood at "present arms" until tho jouruai Is slight for his age, weighing ninety-lThey are doors ot the hearse wero closed. All this Government, It was stated ofpounds. Ho has bluo ejus for the mooting yesterday. ive ficially, and no inquiry of any sort and light hair and was dressed In clothed with authoiity to pledge Ohio others present stood nt "salute" Tho Ford Crowe. nn overull suit when ho loft homo. -- county to put up her proportion and procession was then formed to march Miss Lorcna E. Ford and Mr. H Is necessary to establish thesfaots to induce tho thru tho city to the Union Stutlon. A P Prnwn vpr mnrrlpd nt thf Meth- of tho case. Officials are entirely to uso till methods Owcusboro Messenger. commission to adopt tho central mounted traffic officer rode In advance ' odl8t pnrsonago hero Wednesday, clear ,n 'ueir bcUef that Germany UHGKS THAT MOTHKK AND route. Other counties along tho cen- followed by tho band, the armed c-- J February 21, by Rov. B. W. Napier. UUH cumrauiel1 ul acl wnu;" rruai-coi- t, SISTKK 1HJ AVKNGKD tral roulo t.cnt large delegations to tho chaplain and company olll- - fUo weddlng was Kept secret until Uent wson 1,as BaW " was impos- n,m ,0 oeUevo 8l,e wowla the met ting. Tho Republican had cor , tho hcarso with three pall bearhad departed for Spring- - 8lDl0 for CO"""11- Washington, Feb. 28. President !;,,r,UIKC,i for n U,o from Frank to t ers on either side nnd the company, field. Ohio, whero they will resldo lu Wilson has received the following ' jiMeiday whui a decision was Botu Wnlto Houso and State Do- lu tho order named. The band com- tho future from Aiibtlu Y. Hoy. j Id but us no woid was received it I menced tho walling strains of tho Partment officials seem to feel that Mrs. Crowo is tho daughter of Mrs. whouo mother and sister wcro lost ' M,,u,0sed that the matter Is still un- - funeral dlrgo and, keeping step with Dudley Ford, who lives on Bute 5. the answcr mUBt corao irom Congress. nitmiln tvfia fnriinrfnf.il di r consideration. ...l.n. tlii 1. I1VI1 IIIU .V.W..i. ...U .U.'VMWV.. Its slow mensuro, tho procession. Mr..Qrowo Is in the employ of the Tho President, they point out, without warning by a German subtcd tor atqrity to take steps to pre-moved on. All traffic gavo way and City Railway Co. A KCHIMKDKS INVKNTKD vent lust such nn net nt tho vrv mn- . marino: all soldiers on tho streets stood at I'MKST KNOWN KLKVATOK ment when tho first nows was coming "I am an American citizen rep"saluto" as tho Iieagso passed them. Thomas Brasheur. resenting tho Sullivan Machinery over tho cables. Upn reaching the depot tho escort Announcement is made ot the London, Feb. 24. Tho enrllc3t Company, ot Chicago, living abroad, and company formed facing tho sido mnrrlncrn In LmilEVlllo of Kir. James uot as an expatriate, but for tho mention of a dovlco In uny way re- of tho hcarso and enmo to "present Drashear and Miss Isabel Thomas. MARRIAGE LICENSE ISSUED elovator or I sembling tho modern promotion of American trade. ST KBroiW cii arms" and "saluto" while tho casket Mr. Brashoar is a former Owcnsboro lovo (ho flag, bollovlug in Its signifi- lirt may be read In Vllruvlus,, who was placed In tho shipping box. Then boy, but for the past eight years lias ' cance. My beloved mother and sis- describes a hoisting machine which camo tho Inst and most touching part J. W. Ferguson, Horso Branch, to boon salesmnnager of a Fourth street I on tho Lnconla, was Invented by Archimedes. ter, passengers of tho ceremony blowing "taps" shoo houso In Louisville. Miss Thorn-- , Chloo Sanders, Horso Branch. This elevator of tho socond cen- ovor have boon foully murdered on the S. L. Basham, Askins, to Victoria tho remains. Those who have us la the daughter of Mr. und Mrs. J tury U. 0. was worked by ropes high bcas. not heard tho moaning notes of this II. Thomas, of Narrows, Miss Thorn- - Wilson, Rosino. ' "Ah an American citizen outraged, which wero coiled upon a winding buglo Walter Ford, Horton, to Mary E. call upon such nn occasion as was formerly a teacher In the Ohio ans us such fully within my rights, drum by u capstan und lovers. havo not oxporienced tho deepest of county schools but for tho past two Jewell, Hartford, R. 2. Tho samo wrltor refers to and as mi Amorlcan son and brothAlva Mngan, Dundee, to Commit vears hns boon cashier in a Fourth life's thrills. As the Inst nolo ot tho blmllar machine which was er borenved, 1 call upon my GovernEdge, Adaburg. tuglo quavered nnd died ln the street business houso in Louisville ment to prosorvo Its citizens' made to rotate by a man who walkClyde Boyd, Centertown, to Annlo tho final tribute to a departing und uuvo others of my coun- ed insldo tho capstan. Such a primMnudo Durbln, Sunnydalc. "oldler had been paid and tho men of Mnddox Bludes. trymen from such deep grief ns I itive elevator Ib still in uso to lift H. E. Crowe, Sprlngflold, O., to Company II could do no more. Miss Beatrice Maddox and Mr. Rusnow feel. I am of military age, ablo pabsengors and freight from tho Tho Hartford lodgo of Masons took sell Blades, of Rockport, wero mar- - Lorcna E. Ford, Hartford, R. 5. to fight. It my country can uso mo first (o the second story of a conColumbus W. Vineyard, Beaver chargu of tho remains nt Beaver Dam vlnrl In T.niflnvllln filttlfdflV Tllll against theso brutal assassins I am vent on Mount Slnal. t0 Loaa Tay,or Clark Sunday morning and tlio procession brldo Is the daughter ot tho late Geo. 'Pan: - R- at Us call. McHenry. (proceeaeu to nu. iieruiou. a snori M. Maddox, whllo tho groom Is the "If it stultifies my manhood and BIG INCREASES SHOWN Bradley Thomas, Hurtford, R. 1, Blades. Both BY THE STATE BANKS l"on 1'E mndo nt Hartford. Fuu- sou ot Mr. Robert my nation's by remaining passive to Horn May, Hartford, R. 2. ral services wero conducted by Ilev. young people aro well known. I under outrage, I shall scok u man's C. T. Miller, Springfield, O., to Concerulirg the wedding the Louls-Yill- o Fob. 2,1, Ken- -. Harper and burial services Impres- Frankfort, Ky chanco under another fltrB." Nelllo King, Hartford, Ky. y rendered by tho Masons. tucky's bhnro In tho general prosper-.livelTimes says tho following: i Bo largo was tho number of friends by a Uy of tho country is shown Mr. and Mrs. P. O. McKlnuey, of OHIO COUNTY COUI'IiK ATTORNEY WILL MAIUUKI) IN HOCKPOKT stutemont of thu codltlon of tho gathered for a lubt trlbuto that muiiy Rockport, Ky., anounco tho innrrlago "rROBIV RECEIVE $13,000 FOR WORK banks January 27, us compared wero forced to remain outside tho,t)f miB3 Boatrlco Loo' Maddox, of btato Among tho Iloral offerings Rockport, to Mr Muliort A. Burdetto, n well known I with tho report of August 17, Issued church. Russell Thomas Washington, Fob. 20. SUormau by State Banking Commission- - wan a beautiful blanket tn tho center Blades, of Detroit, Mich., which took furmcr, und Miss Rena Wilson, both j y of Ohio county, wcro married In I or Geo. O Speer. Doposlts Increased of which was u largo American lias. place pa Saturday, February 24, at L. Whipple, of Boston, will rocelvo after-- ' $17,760,000, Rockport, Ind., Wednesday tho amount totaling 'mado of flowers. It was contributed 4 p. m nt tho residence of tho Rev. $15,000 for tho work of hlnisolf unit noon. Tho marriage ceremony wuii! fu-l- , 431,552.138. Loans und dis- - 'by Company II. Mr llylaiut In Lnulsvlllo. Tho brldo assistants us counsel to tho Houso Tho death of Sorgt. Lilos Is tho wore u coat suit of bluo llollvia cloth Rules committee In tho peaco note performed lu tho office of tho coun- counts Increuscd over ?4, 500,000. ty Clerk of Spcncor county by Esq. Overdraft)) wero reduced $17,000., third loss for tho regiment since tlio I anrt u corsago bouquet of Mrs. Ward leak inquiry. Tho total cost of the Inquiry. Harry Poolo. After tho ceremony . Total burplus increased $200,000 , cull of tho President on Juno 20,!rOKO!j, After tho ceremony tho young would Otio was accidentally shot couple loft Immediately for Detroit, Chairman Henry said tho couple returned to their homo, lamb undivided net prolltH over $120,- - 1916. laud, the other und this were tleath3 where tboy will muko their home. not exceed $50,000, -- Owcnsboro Messenger, 000. to-daS er "rPP; AVil-llo- m "" t en nl tho-coup- reach-cablegra- m T I nn-oth- or ' iIIh-tan- nclf-respe- t so radical 17,125 OFFICERS FOR I). S. NEEDED v.n c;niK!-8 FOK I'KOMOTION IlY NKW outmnk riaxs e f : i i Splint; Odds Aro Dangerous. Sudden changes of temperature and underwear bring spring colds WANT LARGE RESERVE with stuffed up head, sore throat and gcner.il symptoms. A dose of Dr. King's New Discovery la sure relief, I carters this happy combination of antiseptic Army Vonm-- r Itrfiiilnr Would He I'm orctl To fomniaml balsams clears tho head, soothes the Mllltarj Unlls. Irritated membranes and what might havo been a lingering cold Is broken up. Don't stop treatment when reflet Is first felt as a half cured cold Washington, Feb. 21. An entireTako Dr. King's Now ly new bj stem of army promotions Is dangerous. 1 Discovery till your cold Is gone Is outlined In the general start's uni&. versal service bill, which was referrHealth Nev. ed to the bureau chiefs of the War At Tremeloo, Dolglum, 70 years Department today for comment. Unago, Joseph DeVcustcr, better known der tho plan, officers would he ad- a3 Father Damlcu, was born. He was vanced only after service for a defieducated for a business career, but nite period of ears iu the next low-when he was eighteen jears old he grade and promotions would be Hank Foolishness. and fifteen years Yon N'ccd a HprliiK lixutlti. prevent entered holy orders, made from a single list to You occasionally see It stated that Dr. King's New Life Pills will reiRter. In October 1S63, went to Hon- rivalry in that regard between tlu' alulu as a missionary In the stead. colds do not result' from cold weath- move the accumulated wastes of winvarious arms of the service. of his brother. In 1S64 ho was or- er. That Is rank foolishness. Were ter from your Intestines, tho burden The promotion question is recogdained a priest, and during the nine it true colds would be as prevalent of tho blood. Get that sluggish nized in tho bill as vital In view of yearn that followed he was frequent- Iu midsummer as iu midwinter. Tho spring fever feeling out of your systhe fact that l",12r additional men ly struck in his parochial work with microbe that causes colds flourishes tem, brighten your eye, clear your would have to bo commissioned bethe pitiful condition of tho Hawaii- in damp, cold weather. To get rid complexion. Oct that vim and snap fore the universal training sstem an lepers. In 1S73, he volunteered jf a cold tako Chamberlain's Cough of good purified healthy blood. Dr. A carecould be put Into operation. g to tnke up his residence on tho Is- Remedy. It is effectual and Is high- King's New Life I'llls are a fully prepared dhcusslon of the problaxative that aids nature's proland of Molokai, to which at that ly recommended by people who havo lem accompanies the bill as preparAt all drugtime all lepers were deported, and used In for many years as occasion cess, try them ed by the general staff. 1 there he remained until his death on required, and know Its real value. gists, 25c. Former regular officers and qual- April 15, 1SS9. Ho gave evidence Obtainable everywhere. m m ified enlisted men of the regular arMKXICO Ill'VS AMMUNITION 1SS5 of having contracted leprosy my are given first place in the list of in MACHINKHV FIIOM JAPAN from the unfortunates committed to WHAT KKXTL'CKY CII1MI eligibles, hvf. the report recognizes l,AHOK IjAW SAYS; SAVK IT His care, but he continued his labors. that tho greatest source of supply Mexico City. Keb. 26. Cartridge-makin- g I.epros is a contagious, Infectious would be from the National Guard machinery purchased from IMovlsions of the Kentucky child disease, which U believed to be diwhich would cease to exist five year-rectly (.omniunicated from one per- labor law aro not well known and Japan ha been unloaded nt Mazau-i- l after the adoption of the universal son to another person. It Is believ- are little, understood. In from the steamer Kotchiro Maru A surprising plan. imouut of misinformation as to what and will soon be put In operation. by a microscopic veged to be caused The taff bill fixes the training parasite shaped somcwl.u like the I.iw requires exist; even those T. I,, i ti.lt. .,1 InnntmoA uvnnrlu nn. as a military unit for the con- etable This bacillus iho, from time to time refer to some companled the shipments in order to a sniall curved stick. trol of the sixteen divisions it rewas discovered by Hansen In 1S74. point in the law quickly forget Its set up the machinery and operate it. gards as necessary to b'uild up an appears In several general proisions and requirements. It is hoped by the Government that army of 3,000,000 trained, equipped In man the disease As a "ready reference" for employ- this machinery will make Mexico iniltferent formsattacklng almost any and orcanized reservists In eleven organ in the body, destroying any or ers, employes and the public In gen- dependent of other countries for atn- years. all of the senses, and finally produc- eral, tho following digest of the child ; munition. Each training unit would feed It Is understood the machinery was There is a disease among labor law was prepared In the office units, filling them up ing death. closely simulates human of Mrs. C. II Musgrove, Woman State purchased through efforts of MaJ three rats which iu three years and maintaining them leprosy, and the bacillus which caus- Labor Inspector. It Is of much value, Carplo, of Gen. Ohregon's stnff, who thereafter. This force would consti- es It resembles that found In human .states cleat ly and concisely jut what went to Japan somo months ago. It tute the first reserve, officered in part leprosy. he law is. Clip It out and save It, will lie necessary to rebuild the docks in time of war by regular army offit in our business establishat Mauzanlllo in order to land the It is not definitely known just how lo-?icers. The second reserve- would have the leprosy baccilius enters the body. ment, It H Informative and by fa machinery. the same strength and organization. It is believed that the Government ourself with It, you mm It may bo through wounds of tho miliarizing It would take teven additional ears, shortly will purchase machinery for skin or the lining membrane of thai save ourself some trouble: however, to build up this force, and If an inspector finds, or any one the manufacture of artillery ammunose and throat, and possibly It may behind it in the trained but unorganbe taken Into the body with food. It reports, that a child under 14 years nition ized reserve, would bo an additionpretty definitely proven that no of age is working for yon, either the al million men to make up losses. oarllcular article of diet, such as whole day or any time after school Had CoUW Front Sudden Change. The plan provides a total of 4.000,-00- 0 Spring brings all kinds of weathou aro breaking tho child 1th, causes the disease. It has been hours, traiiiPd rerervlsts exclusive of thought that some insect may act labor law and both you and tha er and with It comes colds and the relm5 under training. The aim to s the agent which transfers the child's pnrcnts will be liable to pros- vival of winter coughs nnd hoarseofcreate a reserve of highly-traine- d will cerras fiom sick people to well peo- - ecution In the courts and to a fine of ness. Dr. Hell's ficers and noncoms from which los-- c held off a now cold or stop the old idt- is not proven This irom $15 to $50. in front line regiments could lie Whateier the eact mechanism In if jou have a child between 14 one, the soothing balsams rellovc the returning officer, incapacitworking for ore throat and heal the Irritated tisof the leprisy bacil-jan- d 10 years of age tho transference y ated for further active EPrvice, tak and start Get a bottle lus. practical evidence shows that tlu jou, either during the day or at any sues ing up tho training work. disease is spread mainly by direct time after school hours, without a treatment at once. At your druggist, In providing for the promotion of 1 2 Be. Formula on the bottle contact, and is inost prevalent where regular officers, the stall plan would people are dirty and overcrowded. permit from the Uoard ol Kducatlon. breaking the child labor law MOOXKV SKNTF.NCI.I) TO yOU ltrc continue, the selection system for There Is no evidence that leprosy Is ad both ou and the child parents general officers, and in time of war Itl.ATII IV ! heredltarj. will be liable to prosecution in the would provide a merit promotion ' , - fine Practical experience has shown couit-- and to the sanusystem for both permanent and re Pan Francisco, Feb. 24. Thomas 'hat segregation Is the only practl-- , if you have a child working for serve, officers of tll grades. J. Mooney, a labor agitator, was sencontrolling the dis- - y0U during tin-- day or at any timo ..able means of y to death by hanging tenced v A bill appropriating $250,000 lcr school hours, who claims to be SIoiiiiV Liniment Fur IMifiiiiuitNiu. establishing ajifi years of ago or over or whose by Judge Franklin A. Grillln iu the purposu of Tho torture of iheumatism, the for tin explosion lepers passed the , parents claim is 10 years of age or Superior Court for a bomb pains and aches that make life un- national home for during a preparedon May 4,i0vur, or whose parents mako sworn that cost ten lives House of Representative:! bearable art) lilicvid by Sloan's Linp.trndo hero last July. Mooney m was passed b tho Senate ttjndavit Is 10 y;ars or age or over, ness iment, a clou!) clear liquid that is U'10. tnd provides ian,i you have no other proof than was convicted of murder two weeks m 21, 11)17. This easy to apply and more effoctivo than on January ago. m a national institution for the earejtn(, ci,u,f word, or the parent's muisy plasters or olntniwits because Judge. Griffin set May 17 for the m and treatment of the unfortunates ;sw.oi. affidavit that child is really rub-biiit ponctrates quickly without An appeal will be taken m wlh this grue3omo clUeaso j c r 0Ver as claimed, you will be execution. For tho many p.ilns and aches aflllcted from Judge Griffin's refusal to grant problem of preventing' uaj. to prosecution In the courts a new trial, Mooney's counsel said. following exposure, strains, sprains and solves the C3 spread In tho I'nltcd States ; , ;o for ,an(j ,0 a jj,, 0f fr()I1 Sloan's Mnl-me- its and muscle soreness. 'the first offense If an Inspector finds jj Always When to Take Chamberlalu'ti Tablet. is promptly elective and proven that child is under 10 havo a bottle handy for gout, lumWhen you feel dull nnd stupid years of age. Havo child bring you, bago, toothache, backache, stiff neck rating and keep in your place while child and all umcihuI pains. At druggists, When constipated or bilious !ts working there, a wntttu state- 25c. I When jou have a sick headache. j incut of child's age from principal t stomach. When ou have a .or teacher of school child attended, hli.iKKt TON' FICUTF.K When 0ii belch after eating or, If child Is a Catholic have a laufJKST r. s. coi'i.i tsn When you have Indigestion. Experience Quinn's baptismal certificate brought you and Mrs. When nervous or despondent. tkecp same iu your plate whilu child Washington. 1'bb. 24. An SO.OOO Ought to Help You Over Whon you have no relMi for your ,Is working for you. ton hattleehip mounting fifteen the Critical Period. meals. gnus, baling a speed of If you work a child IiUwugu II When our liver Is torpid. twenty-Ilv-o and 10 years ot ago beloro 7 o'clock luiotn nn hour and coat-It)- ;; Obtainable everywhere in tho laFt three in tho morning or after 0 o'clock In Lowell, Mus3.-"- For 50,000,000, would be the largoit years I have been troubled with Urn war craft which tho United States " " l"u " OimmI To Uo True. '"" Too .. t of Life nnd 1,ourb "' nn- -' ono could employ, nccoiding to a report tho hsd feelings Thotc b a rumor It Is scarcely ,noro tho" c,Bht H,x 'U's ,n nny common nt that to Cou grew prepared by tho Navy o.oie than that to the t Unit !da'' or ,noro llmn time. I was it a are ,lnljl' !" l,, sftIUC Department In response to a request resident Wilson will en ate a C08l!.,n wc"- -' i' very nervous condiIIIWEj-kifll- l for specification of the biggcet lion Cabinet to meet tho present great fl"0, tion, with headaches Imtev-cha- t l!g!itinK craft that could use tho 1'au-ani- u nation) emergency, fiml nntn n crnml ''""I"0" An' It Is reported run-o- f IlimJ-v.nii- i deal of the timo so t IihikHhIIw. Caual and American harbors. If Ibis Is dono several members !"r' was unfit to oo my Tho report bays that hucIi a vessel rrunds. Hwtepli.R out stores. the- - preuut Cabinet will bo UIs-- 1 work. A frlonu wagwould have a length ot 075 feet, u mUsodso that places may bo provld.!waltl"K on customer. drlvliiK asked mo to try ncara of 10S feet, a Neconi'ary battery ed for other men of wider experience 'ons' delivering package or inossa- I.ydia E. Pinkhanva V r a t. n li n ("!iim. h guns, lour uml great capacity for of twonty-on- o w"clcr Ior l'a' CI "ol woniiiiu ivMinil. wbii-l- i I did. twoiity-oiie-lut- li d,11J a'1 w,n ,u' uU Uabl t0 IIHBVMW" torpedo tubes and a I'erhaps it is thofiict that this Is ex-i- " nnd It has helped mo in every way. I 12,000-mll- o radius ol action. Thru his department. Secretary ' prosecution auil above fino unless nm not necrlv co nervous, nohcadachu Ua "A slnglu such vessel, however," that has started the rumor. l,,,"1, or ,b "f ,''K"1 ,lg0 or pain. I must eay that Lydia E. Tho;'1"1'1 ou It uddu, "Mould not be of grout value wish amoug a groat many patriotic'"1"' l'inkham's Vegctablo Compound is tha '"oot "f ' working permits for child best remedy nny sick woman can take. to thi UiiIIchI Rtuloi! navy, att it would i latbur to tho thought. Mrs. MAitGAr.rrr Quinh, Rear 250 not bo suitod to not in unison with - Kaunas f'liy Journal between 14 und 10 e,irs of age to Yortben St.. Lowell, Mass. ., ,. tho othur major milts of our Hoot. To .tho Hoard of Kducatlon, In two days Other warning symptoms are a sense i after child dmelop the valu ol such a vessel 11 leaver our employ us of suffocation, hot flasheB, headaches, Iliisluess Hr!iolurlili. backaches, dread of impending evil, Wc lime for sale, a scholarship, tlmro Is a punalty of $10 tor not rewould hw nocossary to la down not timidity, tounda in tho ears, palpitation less tluii five." ifood for a complete course in nlthor turning theso permits within this of tho licart, sporks before tho ejeii, Tho Kuroptuu war. the raporl say. Uookkeeplng and Accounting or timo. constipation, yariublu irrer.u1aritie, and 1ta us )ut brought no conclusive Stenographers Course In tho Owens-bnr- o Uo)x under 14 yeais ot agct and jippetitc, weakness, inquiotii'le, tuzzlnvii. to the ijucutton of wirnt typ.,'3 Uubluetm & Industrial College. girls under 1$ years of ago cannot It you need special advice, write Uj aro most desirable, and the General For particulars apply at Uepublican soil anything or engage in any occuthe Lydlu P. PlnUtiam Medlcino Co. liu.trd Is nut prup.ticd to recommend office. tf pation on tho Hlrccts or in public fconfidcutial), Lyon, lliws, ' s Courier-pt non-gripin! -re-er- vo t to-da- SV8SriI. na tho 80,000 ton ship would represent. Tho battleships asked for In tha ponding Naval Dill represent tho greatest Increase In slzo and power any single Tor battleship types In year, but they are to havo a displacement of only 42,000 tons, main batguns teries of twelve slxteen-lnc- h knots. speed of twenty-three- and a a departure, Y OUTFIT places, lletwccn 14 and 10 yenw O 'of ago boys must havo badges from Strongest Outfit Installed at tho Hoard of Kducatlon and wear them when selling newspapers or any- IouNvltlc. thing clso on tho streets, or In pubAny person selling or What Is claimed to bo the largest lic places. newspapers or any artiproviding y Roentgen and boys under 14, or boys under outfit In the South has been received cle to years of ago who havo no at the Louisville city hospital and is 14 and II badges In order that boys may renow being Installed by an agent of papers or other articles on tho . the Chicago mnnufucturerft, assisted sell streets or In public places, will bo by Superintendent Joseph O. Fowler. prosecuted for a violation of tho child Tho apparatus represents a value labor law. around $3,000, was secured by tho Women or girls over 10 years of Hoard of Safety, and Includes Ihc age, can not be hired or allowed to i One latest scientific attachments. work moro than 10 hours In any one of tho features Is the fleuoscopc deday or moro than CO hours In anyj vice, by which the process of digesono week. They must havo scats and tion and stomach action can bo sanitary toilets, separate from thO watched and treated. It Is providmen In tho places whero they aro em-- 1 ed with the Coolldgo tube, In which ployed. Firms must keep a tlmeboolc the Roentgen ray is used. stntlng number of hours women work The rapid strides of the past two each day. and a luil f jlmtm In mud i cu I and surIf any further Information regard-- , gical appliances caused the acquH-llo- n Ing theso laws is desired, call City of tho outfit, whose more com1012, headquarters mon arc in examining fractum, 4145 or Main Inspectors, Louisville Stato Labor searching for bullets and watehii'.c Hon. Mat S. Cohen Commissioner; the resetting of broken bones. Mrs. C. II. Musgrove, Woman Stato Journal. I.abor Inspector. best-equipp- Wagons! Wagons! Wagons! -- Boforo you buy you should examino our hand nuulo farm wagons. Thoy run lighter, are mado of tho vory host material and last far longer than any mnchino mado wagon you win buy no matter what price you pay. do all kinds of IMiiekHinilluitg and Impairing, especially tho hard jobs tho other follow Wo also can't do. make a specially of Horseshoeing and earnestly solicit your patronise in this line. I leaped fully yours, We ah t t A. Thirty-Hvi- i . B. Row c Son Center town, iu Ky. the shop ytais xp.Mienre Hotel, Louisville, Ky., Main St., bet. 6th The Only Hotel In l,otilnllle Opcniteil on tho & nmmnnBnwM Louisville iikhi: is a good riiAci: to stop I'ou mttia: moxky 7th Aiuerliaii and Kuropraii Plans. AMKUICAN PliAX (With Meals) Hooiils ultliout Until but iith Hot and Cold ltuniilng Water. single. $2.00 per day; 2 people, $2.00 each 75 Itooms single, 2 50 per day; 2 people. 2.25 each 50 Itooms 50 Front Itooms. single, .100 per day; 2 people, 2.60 each IUmhiis v itli Private lliilti: 50 Itooms. . ..single, .100 per day; 2 pcoplo, 2 75 each single, 3.50 per day; 2 people1, .1.00 each 50 Uoohjb KCItOPF.AN PLAN (Without Meals) ltooinv nltlimit Until but Mltli single, $1 00 75 Itooms single, 1.25 50 Hooms 50 Front Itooms. single, 1.60 Hooms with Prluite llnth: single, 1.50 60 Itooms single, 2 00 50 Rooms KumiK'an Hot and Cold ltuniilng Water. per day; per day; per day; 2 2 2 2 2 people, $0.75 each people. 1.00 each people, 1.25 each people. people, 1.25 mch 60 uach per dny; per day; 1 THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Cor. Sixth and Main Sts. Pirtii'Only. Itooms Without lUtli, SI.OO nnd up; Itooms With Prlute Until, $I..V and tl Ilet Fating Place In Town. Tho Louisville Hotel nnd the Old Inn arc located In tho holcsalo walk to the retail district and theaters district and only a LOL'IKVIM.i: HOTKI, X1 (ll.ll INX COMPANY, Props. 9 VanderMIt Training: School for Boys m m i ELKTON, KY. Will help parent.-- dovulop thuir sons into the host type of citizens and Chriritin-gentlemen. Its ptUionnge is widely scattered and ctinies lioin the liest homes in "I n H H M u -p -- a the South. Itseapiieity is limited, therefore, reservation, should hu mado early. Place your sou in this select gioup of hoys. Write iw m ! nt ATHENEY Kor eatalu-u- e c5t BATTS Hox A. jjj und iiifornmtiou ar-u- -r & j leDLEAGE olgh-tacu-in- I , ""' 11, No Combination of Reading1 Like It and s t if All For fcri i VZA n.-c- "" l"lK fWM R! UKiSil Issues of IHEWUTilS COMPAinOH frffTl 'V 5 The Youth's Companion . Xh C3 153UUS I I ilir. Fir3.5! lwJC lfi" m Thrtfavnrilopinilvvvr.'.bot Amelia. t sen 14 or uolj in 1.1T. utiJ ,' o i'iouwcI AttidM iJ 'S ' rt ' ',. els-Inc- '"" 1 .,.; tn iw . ic ... or ? ism . f m0iniy 1 IVPft AWHAn,J - ' Ml . t mr(mttt VUIX ..&.UA iJ,TTm L"MMIWil.lnu " v,'5V'""iii('dMniM A . k.tM. rAlilHA "" ''"" T.'.t .tr...-!-- vTI'Oturx tuwnrca ty "W'liul'l lrliuui viuillru V"U J.'Lifrt trc, ,12 .omliIv Uw i-ofvCill.,7 iil mi. Ftiey' f a nriiuni cu t.it 84sS?2'10 - a iUj.b is: i .J 1U:)(fiirrM r t O. X9t$y yni-uft- i (i inv pfTr ta twi vtat tm-ftw- - m w.ii i.hj. iuumi?-E- a "'"" "r.ww, ri7;;:;,v;v,i , rt. n FrrtiS'. 'ffi'0 of "r nnt MAbACHUSirira I ,. !; .v . - ....ii m aBBmMPF ' ' A r arrr r ' l pU-fc2f-)e3r - -i.- u-M4. tr r ir il n certain extent by any man who "Sonhcil" Pros And lrnn. I known MA H,ock nn1 ,H wl,1,nB '" Itcnorts rccelvtnl by oHAdnts In ' of tho nrnko " study of his animals and of (ho enforcement chnrso ' "niHvlilunl traits ana urc,eu Food nncl DruKB Ad reveal tliat otf- Imt lo tho criMl demand and consc- - '"K- - Nau.ern Agncuiiunsi. iiutmt Illicit prices for canned peas nnd beans, many canuers nrc putting Don't let another winter catch madu by you without a shed full of dry wood on tho market products Boaklng dried peas nnd beans and Southern Agriculturist. then canning them. Tho process of ImnllH nnliliiM ffki i li n tnntt (i i il ttiiipii Inn Riiinn ntinp.irnncn ns llin Tll J',nt0 lu,icr ,oth ln """'Wry fresh article. IToducta mndo In this climates often work very serious may may bo wholesome, but. It Is It also Is lurc out. they aro generally less J"' n nnnoylng and at times a destrue dcslrahlo than thuaa prepared from Pttocs. r recently has published Professional j Paper No. 427, Tho Potato Tuber How's This?" Moth, In whirl. It recommends two Itutliiiial T.mtllon. Wo offer Ono Hundred Dollars potato methods of control to the In nothing prrlrius nrc popular grower and handler. These are, ac- Reward for any case of Catarrh Kctiitn cit and the conclusion of cording to J. 10. Graf, author of tin that cannot be cured by Hall'a r C'.ire.til htudents of the biiDJect bulletin, cultural and harvesting Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHCNHT & CO.. Toledo, O. npjrt (li.in in natters of m'theds wh'ch minimize damngo and unclerElKiieil, havo known F. A We. The popular feeling In that tho ueo of dleulphide of carbon to Cheneytho the last 15 years, nnd bclleva for lilm perfectly honorable In nil business a uni- fumlgato all properly should be taxed at stored potatoes. Tho per transactions and financially able to carry by 1.1s firm. form r.itn. Tho Justice of such a Ina nt nvnnrininnf a Inillrrifos tlifit Mm out any obllKntlons made COMMCRC12. NATIONAL. BANK OF IiroviMon has reemed bo , Toledo, O. ,10 flcll, w, lrcasIlrcs Han's Catarrh Cure In J hat il has U on put into more than do mncli to mlnlmizo tho damage acting directly upon thotaken Internally, blood nnd mu. cous surfaces nf tho system. Testimonials iito statu cons from this moth: eent free. Prlco "5 cents per bottle. Sold who have studied the question thorby all Druggists. 1. Plant as deep as practicable Taks Hall Fam.lv rills for constipation. oughly, bowevur they may disagree (5 to C Inches). ae about other principles, ngrco that 2. Ufo ridco culture I. e., ridge new skkd tax rales on nil classes of the rows. uniform ski: property are neither scientific nor law is compliki) with 3. Harvest as early as possible. Jurt. 4. Harvest beforo tho potato tops , ., .... Krr.iL ,,..,..,-Tho new Kentucky seed law was ,)CCOmo 80 ,,ry 8 t0 ,,rlvc th0 parln, oi laxaiion wnirii mis roiin.ry nccus ly grown larvae to descend and work enacted .nearly a year ago and has to rtnlirc is Hint natural resources en lho tuber. leen In offect since September 2'.'., Everybody concerned has had 10 1C. tiial Is, values and foe al vultu-In harvesting tho tubers several created bv the lnrrrapo of population rules must ho followed to keep the iniplo tlmo to comply with it, yet should It scorns there nrc people who aro nnd the general development in' ers from Infestation: he taxed at u higher rale than wealth packs should never bo lot lamillar with it, and somo who 1. Tho proiliircl by the Itlmr of Individuals. covered with potato lops, as tho Iar- - iitcnd to defy Its provisions. Briefly un- fated, It requires that all Held To al'.w a .oriiorntlm to hold vaQ ,cavo W0 wllcn thcy w,u and ceds, such as thoso of clover and cir limner ilbcil '"l iraria i), miiie-enter thu potatoes. al l.u d uK'e piying als, must bear a label giving tho or bo sewed as 2. The sacks should mil ii ii nil nvrs on llT'ii; to tax Rnnn its linyslhle nnd hauled from the jcrccntago of purity and of gorml-antlo- n, and that scaled packets of vacant lots, ns Is cnnunonly done, nt n j(J cgclablo and llowcr seeds shall bear the n frarlion of their :ilm and 3. Potatoes should never ho left percentago hoiiFi's built iilonesldo them nt in tho field or exposed to tho moth tho dato of lllling and the jf gei initiation. Failure to label their full Value; lo mako the overnight. fame Incrcahu In the taxes of the should be seeds properly renders the seller to I. All cull potatoes farmer who adds fivo hundred dol- gathered up within two weeks and a lino of from 25 to 100 dollars for lars to tho value of his farm by hulld- - nitlmr foil In Rtnck nt onco or do- - each violation. Tho law was enactJug a bam or draining n swamp and tr0VC(J u ,eft , tho floIll they ed for tho protection of Kentucky in the taxes of the man whose farm arc a menace to tho neighbors and to fnrniers and seedsmen and this open is Increased an equal iimount by rnwpr ,llms..lf for the following letter Is an appeal to them to uphold it by Insisting that it bo comtho building of n new road or the de- - c ' plied with. velOHinent of tho land about him all (h(J potntoeB aro harvCstcd A Do not receive seeds that aro not theFo are preposterous things. thpy Bhou,(, ,0 markcted at once( un. labeled as tho law requires. Somo day there will bo general cM ho ha8 btorago facilities Iluy only of pcoplo who comply recognition of this fart. In the aM(, ,s w,lnB to tako Ulc trouhlo with the law. meantime tho tax reform most ur- tQ trcat th(J potatoe8. Insist that field seeds ho honestKcnlly needed Is probably the scgro- T,0 de8tnlctlon of ,,otato vines af- Katlon of state taxes from those of (cr bnrvcat whllo lt kl8 a 8tage8 of ly labeled will, tho approximate perIf tho stato raised all Its tho )ngcct wlth,n thc vilu,S( w, a,80 centago of purity and germination. countries. rovenues from Judicious Income and ,., ,ho ,)llrafiltC8 wllIoll prcy on th.3 Insist that scaled packets of secda Inherltnnco tnxes, for example, and moth of tho vines hear the date of lllling and tho perno8tructlon from tho t:rxes levied on railroads, xvoua prol).ll)ly ,n()r0 of lho par. cent of germination In large typo. teUTrdph nnd telephone lines, theso aR,log tU;in RtnBP8 of tho mot)l 8lnco If you find dodder, sour dock," or tilings freed from local tuxes. dnd ( o lub()r worm ,a ,al),u (0 hdo un. wild onlo'n seeds among field seeds, eurh county was allowed to fix Pa (JcJ1 p,oi,s 1UU, rllbbBhf whllo nl08t ot Item! us sample i for testing. It will dono free. town (ax levy and tax local property tl,ftQ pirilsItim, renlaiu , or on tba Ilo Sccuro a copy ot tho law In for Its own support, tho Btntc. tho p;nl3 No. C ot tho Department ot counties nnd taxpayer.! all would 1)0 I;xporiment8 Indicate that carbon ofT. Southern Agrlculluilst. illBulillUl uscd nt the rato of 2 pounds Entomology and Dotuny, and read lt belter to 1,000 cubic feet of Btorago space carefully. II. COIIMAN, 'T1k Small runner Chi HuNo Pile- - wjj uj tho Iarvao and adults and Head of Division. Winning Animals. nnd eggs j ratiirally nil tho jiunao Kot long since wo ran ucros3 tho wlililii 4S Lours. Tho potatoes ar3 ' Sign of Good Digestion. J al. d i placed ln gas-tigbins, which very Interesting story ol in When you see a cheerful and hapby man who had saved up a uw y mny bo made nearly py old lady you may know that sho with hundred dollars, which ho Invested lining temporary structures has good digestion. If your digestion In a registered Belgian marc. 'Ibis trrred paper and painting tho seams, is impaired or it you do not relish plac-gomare proved to ho an exceptionally Tho curbon dlsulphld should bo mnre, and two ot her colts id on lho top of tho sacks In shal-wcr- o your meals take u doso of Chamberbiood good enough to win prizes nt low tin pans. Tho gas that It gener-Btat- o lain's Tablets. They strengthen tho Momach, lmprovo tho digestion and fairs. Sho paid back her cost jite's I heavier than air and sinks As causo a geutlo movement ot tho bowBovoral times over in tho run of a through tho masn of potatoes. everywhere. in years and gave that hired man carbon dlsulphld vapor Is exploslvo els. Obtainable few tho satisfaction of standing nlonis when mixed with air and brought In Delivering tho Goods. with tho most successful breeders or contact with tiro or sparks, or when Tllhru his department, Secretary Per- - heated to a sufllclently high tomper-choro- n his state. Tho secretary of tho of American ature, great enro should bo cxcrcls-wrlte- s Uedlleld finds that in Washington Association to keep any sparks or flro such tho expenso ot delivery on coal nnd us that tho first prfzo two-'e- d aver, nt the Iowa Statolas is lighted cigar away from Its wood, mllk.lco of commodities d otalllon year-ol- ages more than 8 per cent of tho toIf tubers aro uotlceFair this year was bred by a man neighborhood. tal cost to tho consumer. Tho cost who keeps only four or flvo mares ably Infested, tho fumigation should of delivery ot department storo merand does his farm work with them ho repeated in a week in summer or chandise adds less than 2 per cent prizes havo boon won two weeks In winter. Numerous other Potatoes should bo marketed ns to tho Belling price. Tho delivery of In Iowa and othor utatos by men who products Increases tho to ten mares and aro rapidly as possible, and Infested tu- milk and dairy own only two cost 12 por cent, or coal and wood general farmers, and not brecdera bers should never bo stored unless 19 por cont and of ico 4t por cent. only. Tho same thing la truo with thcy can bo fumigated. lt Evidently a great saving would all broods of llvo stock. In thoory by carrying homo tho Just ns good animals can bo prowood, coal and ico, altho lt probably duced on a small farm a3 on u groat FOR FLETCHER'S would fall down when submitted to Is only a question of havebtnte. It tho practical test. Charlton Uate3 ? ing tho right kind of foundation Straycr In I.osllo's. giving them tho proper enro, stock, of knowledgo Hid nf ItabblN. GettiiiK and then of acquiring tho y invented A steering York In lho Stato of .of how to mate them so us to lnteuBl-t- violation of the lawNowput out it is n which can bowheel has been tho drivtilled out ot to poison their good qualities and correct thoir dofects. This knowledgo Eceni3 baits to kill rabbits. Writing to tho er's way when entorlng tho car. A r, ono farmer of spring locks the steering wheel in to he Instinctive with somo great Iturul it con bo acquired to that State becomes very indignant jilaco at othor times. breedors, but . fur-"liet.tx-ntio- n. Eelf-evlde- fresh peas ami beans. Furthermore, If tho consumer desires (ho dried product It Is much cheaper to buy dried peas and brans directly tho grocer and soak them at homo. In this way tho same article Is served at a much less cost. Food ami Drug Act docs not prohibit the ralo In Interstate or for- .,Ilm, rninninrr.ii nf nnnnnd soakad nana nnd beans, provided tho label on tho inns Indicates plainly and consplcu- ously that tho contents are made from the soaked, dried product. Con- Huinrrs can lean, by carefully read- lug labels whether they nrc getting n product that was made from tho or from the fresh peas and PlanthiB and with proper climatic conditions, give It an oppor-th- o tu,,lty l" ,,ftnwB lho RW'B I',nnt-froT" ,llrva of l,, molh fccU9 to 80mc ,ho lcuvts' ,,ut docs ,l lc"1 principal damage to the plant by mln-Th- e '" downward through the 61011.. t,,!lt 8UCllon ot tho 'Jant aml Isllll In Rrcatly reducing tho leaf area. caE0 r tho lu,,cr ,n lho B1""1 or stored, tho Iarvao channel through ncah amI cMicr ru,n u,c n(,tat0 cft,,f!0 ll to ro1' or rcn,,(;r lt b0 ""HlBhUjr as to make It undesirable I"""1 wl,ore ''"rvcstlng, combined "' -- f()r foo(1, Unlt-Irlo- il Tl, "urenu of KntomolORy. ctl Slate9 Department of Agriculture. ,f because lm Is not jicrmlttcil to kill 'TKXA8 HIH'UKHKNTATIVK citrncrKs it. s. soldier I rabbits in thiH manner. not for tho habit of gnawing young fruit trees, rabbits would ImmediateHoston, Feb. 20. Opposing a deo ly pass Into tho clnsi of being thu lnratlnt. of war against Germany, most harmless creatures that live on KcpreSentntlvo Oscar Callaway, ot lho farm. lint when It becomes ne- Texas, at a mass meeting Sunday cessary to kill theso othcrwlso harm- criticized the Amor lean soldier as a less animal?, lho States by law violator of civilized laws. fchould Insist that lt bo dono In a "Tho army never acts In nccord-'nnc- o humuno manner. To tnko tho llto with law," he added. "Do you of any anlmnl by poison halts Is a remember Sherman's march to tho very Improper as well ns a cruel wny sea, when ho burned Atlanta and vio,to do It. Dogs aro often killed by, lated every law of civilization? Ills poison baits, and this Is especially answer to critics was 'War is hcllt true of thoso that aro kept In the "If wo go Into war now our solcity. A person who deliberately diers will act as thcy always have poisons dogs deserves a very severe acted ever bIuco thcro wero nny solThoso who poison rab-Iill- 3 diers. Soldiers arc trained to kill punishment. deserve tho same. Man Is a people." compared to dogs and rabDeclaration of wnr against Gerbits, but ho often Is guilty of com- many, he said, would he "like a mitting ten times over tho depreda- hanging where everyono In the mob tions of theao two kinds of animals. wants to get a whack at tho victim. With all his superiority, It is ten to Of course," be continued, "an Injury ono that hli llfo would not be ns has been done, but why not be as big frco from acts which aro charged a3 nationally as Individually?" depredation lo theso lower animals. ''Had wo not better stand by ourThis ttalcmcnt Is mado simply that selves thnn stand by tho President?" the reader who has not already dono tho speaker nsked, after stating that so, should put himself In tho other the citizens would pay tho costs of animal's place. It Is annoying to war In taxes. "President Wilson has have young trees gnawed by rabbits, reached the end of his tether, nnd lt but thcro aro tree protectors, and Is now up to Congress to act. Let other methods of preventing this. us glvo them our opinion to help Wo havo nothing but words of their decision." commendation for tho Stato that Ho criticised newspapers as being passes a law and then enforces It "not perfectly honest," saying that against tho poisoning of animals. somo were subsidized by munitions Southern Fruit Grower. manufacturers, VgHSSEAL HHHBHMHHHBIHHHHHHnHnHMHHHHH Children Cry fos Fletcher's ifbo Kind You Have Always Btught, and which has been in use for over over 30 years, has born the signature of and has bee made tinder his per- B0al supervision 6iace its infancy. --wtS7y. AuQvr n0 o t0 deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants axi. Chil&en Experience against Experiment. fF "Just-as-goo- d" Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops nnd Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotip substance. Its ago is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for thc relief of" Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural Bleep. Thc Children's Panacea Ihe Mother's Friend. What is CASTOFIIA iE CASTORIA ALWAYS tf3eara the Signature of ,,, that tub ,.,, THE LADIES" HOME JG'JItNAL, EVENING POST THE SATUUDAY and THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN wish to Eccurc the sparo time of a man or woman to act as local representative in Hartford and vicinity, looking after tho renewals of their many subscriptions in this section, and introducing theso publications to new readers. Payment will bo mndo in salary and commission. Previous experience Is desirable but not essentlnl. For details address, with references, Dox CC4, THE CURTIS PUULISHING COMPANY, Independ17t2 ence Square, Philadelphia. The Thorn in The Flesh. Cfct&jJez&si&te, Over li fe For Have Always Years The Kind Boughi B You BSESi&Sg THIt CENTAUR COMPANV, NEW YORK C5ITV. h gggafrjjiSttgKflE tarck Pianos No Money inAdvanco Satisfao ion Guar Lo went Net .,-.- s Paul's great blessing was followed a trouble perhaus by great troubles greater than all thoso that ho has Just what was been enumerating. the "thorn In the flesh" that came to torment him, lilhle studentn havo never been able to determine. The general idea of scholars has been tint It was an affliction of the cye3, ophthalmia, in varying forms and very common in the east. In praising the love and faithfulness of the Galatlans, Paul declares that thcy would havo torn out their own oyes and given them to him. When tho high priest for ho rebuked smiting him and then said, "I wist not, brethren, that he was the high priest," there Is an indication that for thc lie was very high priest's regalia was unmistakable. There is another strong indication of partial blindness which i:f clearly brought out la thc American "Sco with how largo letrevision: ters I wrlto unto j ou with mine own hand." Here is a picture of the half-blin- d apostle, bending over his parchment or papyrus, making big letters that he could see. In fact, this might almost bo inferred from Paul's terrlhlo experience In Damascus, when ho was blind for thrco days ns a result of tho splendor of tho heavenly vision. The great value of this eplsodo In Paul's llfo Is entirely Independent of our knowledgo of what tho affliction was. It is the great classical an-,- .. to llio w l.ui, ct.r-i.arrinut turn: "WiH'u.c my i i - i'' answered?' Tho answer Is thai tli near-sighted, ai nntoodr Fa ot?ty PricuH Eaoi Terms SB P. A. STARCH PRESIDENT Saving ol 5100 to it A 5200FacFront m tory Direct nuri-ullur- vt OWN HOME Wo will ship you a beautiful Starck Piano for 30 days' freo trial. In your lomc. No cash payment required. AH wo ask Is that you will play upon, use and test this piano for 30 days. If, at tho end of that tlmo, you do not find lt the highest Knide, sweetest toned and finest plant In every way, that yqu have ever seen for tlis rnone,y, you aro nt perfec liberty to send lt baclc, and via will, ln that ccnt, pay the freight both ways. T. V) Starck I'iano must mako good with you, or there is no sale. j M IMS9 FftgE Sav9 $150.00 or Mora TRIAL 111 YOUR Easy Payments a Mtlifactory tweet tontd durable high gradj piano. We slilp direct to you from our factcy, price tliatsaiejou upwards of $150.00 lr iie cost of your, piano. We guarantee to turnirb ycu a bfttir piano for tLe money than ou can secure clceuliere. You ire assured of remit iwj it You pay no cash down, but after 30 days of trial, ou can begin payment on the lowest, easiest terms ever suggested by a piano manufictuicr. These terms arc arnuuved to mlt your convenience, and it U possible for to Luy a pttmo for jour borne, without jou inisnoi; th? money. ,, t j tdt Krcr piarentecd lor 13 ycam Thii ;ru?tntF4 bai tacit ol It our 35 yeara of piano cipcrltnce, and the reputation ot an ol.tcstaljtUt.e4, rcrponslblc piano house. OR.Vasv Rtinpanfaa UMU'A.6v Every Btarck runo U m iiaruit riaycr-PIanna 2nd Hand Bargain a tarrfe number ot (lightly usei planoi ot all end scccrnl-banstandard maVes Ul.cti in exchange for new Starck Pianos and Player-Plat-oThe follow, ing arc a few cample btralss: W hate constantly on haiul Starr the betf and rnnst Plater Pi-- -market. M 5D Freo Music Lessons etery purchaser of Etarck Pianos, we she free mus'.c ltion3. in one ot the best Known Echooli iu Chicago. Thcja Ussoni you ran tako In J our own home, by mall. This represents one year's (roe Instruction. To Weber Stein way Chlckcrlng Kimball $110.00 53.00 iou win be with the many exclusive features of these smnderful instruments, anil will be pleased with the ury low prices at which tbey can be secured. u bcautt-fu- iaa l .90.03 bargain list. Piano Book Freo Send today for our new beautifully illustrated plan) book wlilcli gives you a large amount ot Information regarding pianos. TLIs book will interest and pleasa you. Write today. Starck Send for Second-han- 95.00 105.00 ear latest complete 1313 P. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. Stare!: BUfi.. CHICAGO . ht cas-hlrc- air-tig- ht a tetter way than wo had thouUi, possible. Paul asked for nioro physical power; ho got greater spiritual power. Ho was very glad after all that it turned out this wny. Ho rejoiced then in tho weakness, ccauie It mado wny for the power of Christ. Tho Christian Herald. 1 pracrs aro answered; nusweed i Yon Can Be Whatever i Yen Want To Ee How To Pwnent Croup. When tho child is subject to attacks ot croup, seo to lt that ho cats a light evening meal, as an overloaded stomach may bring on an attack, also watch for the first symptom hoarseness, and glvo Chamber-lun'- s Cough Remedy as soon as tho Obtainable child becomes hoarse. everywhere. in r Farm For Sale. east of on the bordor of the oil fields. Oood dweltlng, barn and othYoung er necessary outbuildings. orchard, strawberry bed t nd other pleasing fcuturcs. It l inkj carry y scat plko w.U be near. Sco, or wrlto Tlntley & Uarnctt, Hartford, Ky., for further particulars. A 100 aero farm 4 umos Hartford, You can bo a success, and a big success, if you havo AMBITION, ERERGY, NERVE. Tho road to success is easy if you aro properly prepared. A Business Education is the chief requisite for preparedness. Tho big men of today almost without exception aro tho men who propared yestorday. Wo prepare you for tho position that aro waiting for the prepared man or woman. School in session tho entire year. Pupils may enter at any time and receive proper ciaseincauon, i t ro-su- Ohildxen Ory tntcr-count- CASTOR A New-Yorke- MKll IB I iil m (Incorporated) Children Ory FOR FLETCHER'S OWENSBORO, KY, i CASJT.ORIA tr ly compctont, honcst.rollablo and truo STRAY to his tnmt, would I omploylhls man, for thnt position?" And unless tho (Uy Fltiko McFluko.) voter can answer "ye" to thnt question ho In pretty likely to vote, not In favor of tho turn but ognlnet him. "IJiiliirky 1.1." Likewise perrons who seek public Il'.i uncommonly unlucky for mo olilco havo como to rccognlro the pre- nlcnco or this sentiment among tho nnd my toikb, my ncignnora nnti in people and once to recognize thnt thli fact, nil upon my street that hogs nro rentlmcnt Is rapidly growing and Ink- - fetching 13 cents per pound, F. O. IK l.ig n sliongcr hold all tho tlmo upon 'F., which translated, means on fool, tho minds nnd Judgments of tho vot- Lookout Old Uomiilcr. 'era and, aa n rule, only men of real competency and efficiency nro offer- - If tho proposition to lay a sptclal tnx lug themselves ns candidates for tho on old bachelors becomes n law, it respective oHlccs.1 Every man knows ( will Ii6 rather hard on somo old when ho comes boforo tho people as scouts llko Hog Cnscblcr, Al Harnett, r. candldato that ho Is going to ho Mick Fogle, Urn Taylor nnd a few o sons, of measured and sized up by thn critical other toil for of tho ttobcr, thinking vol- - barrel activities, era and tax payors of tho county, who Tho Narrows war correspondent havo become unwilling to risk anv longer in Incompetent hands the var- - nays Old Fluke Is n humorist. Now, Ijiis public offices within their con-- 1 for qulto a spell back, wo'vo been trol. Tho lesson that public olllces (thinking that (hero watt something ctnnot bo bartered, or bought or tho mutter with un, and with tho tip ( rilled with haa been pretty well i wo went to Dr. Taylor, who, nftcr I learned, nnd tho ninu who would be- - ,cxnmlning down ono side, up tho .MAUCII 2 FRIDAY. Inwards, dlagnoi-th- o como a candldato and seek to hnt'u (other nnd nut-sid- e Mice, until recently, exerted all people bestow upon him tho hon-'c- d our cuco snmo as said corroipond-o- r energies in chasing women on- -' their and trust of a public olllce, real- - out. Yes, tho M. I), said our blood, Tho bread riots were bred In New to chairs, furnishing exercise for cats cs that tho ono nnd only argument and In fact, our whole system was cupboard shelves with fine-- 1 and filling York. tint can ho rolled upon at all timet full of It and ndvltcd nnd directed ly cut paper. David Hutton noted j and under ell clrcumstnnccs to so- -, that wo take our system to tho Hot Keep It this wa3to or energy anu muscct up Money Is no boomerang! euro his election, Is bis superiority Springs nnd "bllo" It out for a year on It. Tho result was thM ho has at home. in competence, elllcicucy, and nblllty or two. Ho us Id ho thought that taught mlco to weave thread. over his opponent. Ho knows that ho might effect a euro. Is The price they arc bringing "I had occasion to bo at Perth, can only win by securing tho enough to open tho potato's eyes. Scotland." Mr. Hutton said In re of the voters In his ability nnd Thcso bo tho saddest days of tho lating tho story. "Whllo inspecting year, in his reliability to givo good service hoping tho Kentucky mil- tho toys and trinkets that were man- -' Hero's Mid fulfill tho duties of tho Tho earth nil covered with Bllmy itiamen bring along some of that bor- ufactured there, my attention was ho seeks with competency and slush, attracted by a llttlo toy house with der sunshine. elllcicucy, nnd above all ho knows Stnto-wld- o drawing very, very near a wheel In the gable that was running thnt back of all his ability, and back And nothing to oat but corn meal Cuba can start n revolution about rapidly around, impelled by tho ac- -, of all his argument for olilco must mush. as quick as Mexico but she can't keep tivlty of a common mouse. For one bi a chai actor, for In no othor way up as long. shilling I purchased tho house, tho it Mcrrcr Itnillicrs Kitliiiuonol. tan ho hope to eommnnd or hold R. B. A1ARTIN, mouse and the wheel." Mrs. Annie Mercer, wifo of Captho coufidenco of the people. What about the man who says ho Havln'g spent a shilling (24) cents) tllC RcpitbllGail Nomilltl llOIl Tho day of potty politics, mud- - tain John F. Mercer, of tho pollco can hardly wait for gardening time Mr. Hutton. who is Scotch, at once sliiiKlng, political slick tricks, department, Is critically ill nt her to roll around? was puzzled as to how he could turn of Ohio Court. Mrs. schemes, anil devices Is over, and homo, 735 Trlplett street. his purchaso to practicable purIt will bo noticed by reading tho pose1. The manufacture of a sewing wo havo como to a now day In our 'Mercer has been a sufferer from tt:- announcement column that a bonnet miudedness to command the people's political life In which the sumo de- I'orculosls for so oral years. During thread seemed tho most profitable to' AIIOTD! A RJ RDPK 15 has been tossed Into tho Ohio coun- him. So ho experimented. I IllIll UllLlil li hat respect, not only for himself but mands arc made of men who seek recent months her condition ty political ring. public olficc whllo such n man Is a been growing w.orse. Hrothers of for the olficc, as well. an ounce, A mouse weighs one-hacandidate, ns aro uiRdo of him after Mrs. Mercer, living In Ohio county, BLLIEVEU NEARING That gave him one-ha- lf I' is often thought, by man- per- ho Is If Congress would pass a law mak- on an average. elected and placed in charge of liuvo been summoned to her bedside. sons, that "Just anybody" can bo ounco power. He found that a ing it a felony for Congressmen to Owensboro Messenger. TINKKU. mouse will run about ten and a half Jailer, "Just anybody" can bo Magi- tho people's trust. introduce worthless bills such a measanybody" can be Sherure would not be included under tho miles a day. Mr. Hutton also dis- GKRMAXY DKTKr.MIXKI) THAT strate; 's worth of iff, If he Is not afraid; "Just iny-lunlcovered that a IIKK ALLY KIlALIi SUPPORT latter head. can be Clerk If he Is a good oatmeal was sufficient for thlrty-fiv- o POLICY. scrlbo; "Just anybody" can bo School Mexico has bought machinery for days' food for one mouse, which manufacturing war supplies from Ja- during that time ran "07 miles, Superintendent, if ho can pass tho tc- Xotlctj Announcements for coun- - candidacy of S. K. RHXXirTT for tho qulrcd examination. Hut in fact, pan and about two hundred Japanese For more than a year Mr. Hutton Washington, Feb. 27. Complet each of theao olllces Is nn ollice of ty olllccs published in tills column un Democratic nomination for Sheriff of ' experts will go to tho southern re- kept two mico constantly engaged i. the machines. in tho making of sewing thread. The arrangements for the withdrawal of dignity and Importance, nnd to bo til tho Primary, $5.00 In advance. Ohio county. Subject to the4,Primary public to operate Election, Saturday, August District olllccs, $2.50. 1U17. step, Uncle. Watch your that the American diplomatic and consular of- - filled properly requires that the oflicc mill was so constructed Austria-Hungar- y haie holder should be n man of sueh.qoal-abou- t mouso was able to twist and reel ncers trom For Superintendent. For Representative. It will get us if it comes, the Xnto Women who aro legally 120 threads a day. He work- - been made by Ambassador PcnflrM mss as properly fit him for tho post Wo are authorized to announce the we glance ed his mice in every other day shifts, on instructions trom the btato V - tier.. nuallflod, nro entitled to vckp Tor bachelor tax, but when candldncy of h. h. KMHHY for the Republican for Hcprc- - School Superintendent In both Priaround and see tho worried expresparlmcnt. It was learned today that Ono of the mlco on the hair-pe"tocauso of tho mistaken idea that eonfntlvn nt nomination Ruhlnpt mary and Final Election.. Oliln rnnntv sions and sly maneuvers of some of ny's ration of oatmeal, which lasted t'le Ambassador had been directed to n. iiing more than the age j t0 tho irmary Election, Saturday, our married friends, occasionally for thirty-fiv- e Wo arc authorized to aunounco tho weeks, made 3,350 ako this step, tho belief at the dc-- J, ,aW ,s ncc,Mr.ry t0 qual'ty ono August 4, 1917. hearing confidentially their tales of threads, each twenty-fiv- e candldncy of K. K. HOWARD for tho inches partracnt Doing mat a urcaK m rcia- - fo,. jl0,,nB ,,llbIlc olllcef maliy uor. Uepublican nomination for Superinwoe, we feel that after all it's prob- long. Since a penny was paid to s inevuuuie. mo npaiiiEii gov soiif have frequently offered tliom- For County .fudge. Wo aro authorized to announce the tendent of Schools of Ohio county. ably worth tho money. wnmon fnr ovppv l.nnk Tnniin i.v ernment has been asked to take ov s.i.es ns couuiua;es who were wnoi- candidacy of MACK COOK for the Subject to tho Primary Election, earn- - cr American interests and plans have ly unqualified to givo good or cifi- - Republican nomination for Judge of Saturday, August 4, 1017. Kentucky wants no $40,000 ta hand, tho mouso at that rato bcen n,illI t0 expedito tho withdr.iw-week- s. eicnt icrvlce in pence (?1.08) every six the respective ofllcos , tho Ohio County Court. Subject to commission, sho needs no sucli board, ed nine We aro authorized to nnnounco tho tho Primary Election, Saturday, Au After deducting the cost of al of al! Americans if the break oc- - to which they sought election. candidacy of .MRS. I. N. MASOX for but nevertheless wo hold our breath ' 1917- . . food and machinery, there was u curs. '.inilldntes in cnnvnuslnir for iht Susl tho Republican nomination for Superwhile tho Legislature considers tho The last report from Ambassador uWo aro authorized to announce the intendent of Schools of Ohio county. bill creating such a pio pan. It is clear yearly profit on Mr. Ilutton'a Penfield, a briof cablo received after various olllces to which they SatSubject to tho pleasing to note that Ohio county's books of more than six shillings these Instructions wero sent, sug- mpire, advanco many and some very candidacy of R. It. WKHDIXO for urday, August Primary Election, 4, 1017. peculiar arguments upon whicn tf'cy the Rep Jhllcan nomination for Judge (1.44) from each mouso. Xfpresentativo is "agin" it and we gested a slight possibility that Aus- base their claim for support of tho of tho Ohio County Court. Subject Mr. Hutton has no patent on the pray that there are enough others F)r Jnilcr. to tho Primary Election, Saturday, reply to this Government's icoiile. Somo nrcuo their advanced August 4, 1917. Anyono who wants to get tria's Wo aro authorized to announco Of f!P fjonvictlon to mako certain Idea. ialdo momolro, asking a definition of ya nn(1 call attcton t0 tho fact that of M. C HHROARER for rich may corral a herd of mlco and Jts ileffai, situa- Wo are authorized to announce the tho Itepubllcau nomination for JailpcrnBpa tho ,abt the ,)rcscnt open a thread factory. Kansas City her attitude In tho submarine No real' ,.- -. .,, nnnni witi havo to tlon, might bo favorable. of R. R. MAHTIX for the er of Ohio county. Subject to tho To one who has inado a study of Star, hope was raised here, however, and fcr Ul0 honoP uon lliem. others call ' J,0';! subject to Primary Election, Saturday, August -r- I, 1917. tho tactics employed by the German ,?n S! ' ? no change In instructions followed. nttentlbn to thelr mluIlc rcC0M and a - v. f SwisK Onto Hail Admiral. IIIU government of recent years tho disrending a reply to tho aide mom arguo that they deserve tho omce gUst lAltJltllJ wiwvnuii rf...-r- t Wo ore nuthorlrcd to nnnounco tho 4, 1917. "As much 'business as a Swiss ad olro, tho Austrian situation will re- nn alliance of covery of tho plot-Xcandidacy or .1. W. Dl'VAIX for RHkcd for ns a r0Ward for pubU: &er- ' term sometimei used sa run In In tlin f,nmn Inrlnfltiltn ! .. . nomination for Jailer of ffitn We aro authorized to announce the that, country, Japan and Mexico is no mlral" Is a others nro conie.n . muiui, . , . ...-- for . 1. America fears no Urically. nut thollttln inland nat on which I..-- . viituat.iviKt.-i- i . il ... .t uiu vice ,t, , sntn nrcumont lor election candidacy of J. A. HKMjAMY 1...1 thet Ohio county. Subject to tho Pri" ... n1iiilrt)l nttnn Ho ,.1.1. iiiih l.rt .,... .T..1 It Croat surprise ,.... , :: ...... mary Election, Saturday, August 4, ..(..nlli l.nl mi IU1 UU"b uf l" EnVH-manCol." W.l- Subject to 1917. tho weakness or faults of their ; (hioCo'untyCourt, T 00 a . u......--.- .u.u " wnen a noto binu.ar. u,o uoi u.ei.u- - rospectlvo opponents, nnd thoreby Uio Primary Election. Aug. 4, iun . niuiuuut. it the bv us colors ., a cninnalmi or Wo ara authorized to nnnounco the Gerunny's submarine proela- -' that a great and poworful country Hams, who JoinedCol Williams cot We aro authorlzedto nnnotmce the candidacy of K. K. TIXSI,HY for tho would practice the deceit brought 'In 1799. This AM B. Zu- - j Uepublican nomination for Jailer or s"; Tfa flch, out in this plot but as long as tho together a small fleet on Lake tho nWc m Ohio county. Subject to tho Prima-ntid , . dof . guide o.ro wa. .cnt aU.nB for ;vas ry ruction, August 4, 1917. pioTnt rulers continue to emplro tho Hh wi ucn ws eo or tho Toutonlc of Auntrla's Intontlot". be- ' taU,01 crlpnlo or disoaaed to the Primary Hlectlon. Saturday, ' , to attack tho Au.trlans and Kutslana We nro authorized to nnnnunce tho weon J long will that country's honor be ,fforcnco ruc0 0, Uje otherwise unable Augiut 4, 1917. cai'dldacy of K. A. LKH for tho Re-pi- .i 'American relations with that coun - t 0 erform manual labor, and thoro- auoaionablo. Colonel Wnttcrson Is uiassod noarby. lkan nomination for Jnllerof For County Court Clerk. Tho French attacked the r alttea hell with them! usnt-- to nnd thow wllh Cermany. ior lUc mm tQ wh,ch thoy We aro authorlzcl to nnnounco the oluo county. Subject to tho Primary -- 1 mom. AU ,u"' "" ; r. no-- , and rouieu Tho Stale Ueparment rocwitlv ,r0 aa n clmrlty t0 anai them In candldavy of W. C. W.ANKK.S'KIIII' Election, August I, 1917. for Most every man feels that tho oth Hams calmly watching tho buttio tnai u(Kl(, tho AllStrlat, umi,aMy hero that oarniB a livelihood; still others mo for tho Uepublican nomination ..., We nro authorized to nnnounco tho or has tho euslor Join sbmo tnniK uio was 111 progrcts uu num. farnow Tarnowgltl, tho ne candidacy of .1. T. WKDIUXG for fellow's country Is tho bC3t, raged at his own inaction, no ms- AuBtrl(l Ambassador, who landcja offcctlvo nrcumont of all especially Sa,tlJrday AugU8t 4 19l7l other nomluntlon for Jailer of nt New Vor); tho ,lay tll0 a,.,m,m ln nriuarlcs Subject to tho Primabut alter considering everything charged his craws, scuiueu ma Ohio county. viz: Tho cold, linrd whero would a man of moderate sels and went back to bngiana. proclamation was received, could not cngj,t ja whatever amount of dollars Wo aro authorized to nnnounco the ry Election, August 4, 1917. candidacy of M. V. CHL'.Ml.P.Y for the moas go to find a belter placo to l!o Switzerland now has ono armored progont Ma credentials to President nliu cents may uo required. ' Wo nro authorized to nunonnco tho a " county, however. his llto and die among rioii'is, 11 11a noat on i.auo uucuruu, ui no Wilson until tho Iesuo between tho Tin, people of tho cnndldacy of CHARLEY JOHNSON arrives mander Is only a captain. Kansas ,Wf) coumrPH was cleared up. eo deserved, vhen thn time r profiting by their expcrlcnco In tho t(j (h(J prlniary Election, 'Saturday. for tho Republican nomination thnn tho good old county of Ohio? city Star, Tho feeling prevails hero that of Ohio county. Subject tiv t ,.avo corao l0 disregard most ahuhbI 4. 1917. tho Primary Election, Saturday, AuWo havo drouth hero, hut it's not a whllo both this country nnd Austria ull of tho arBUlncnt8 above mention- - j FOR MAGISTRATE, Wo nro authorized to announco the gust 4, 1917. nro seeking to nvold a break, derma- - , T, v lmvo como to bellevo with desert; wo havo rain, hut It's not a , ,... candidacy 01 j H.iAiiiii luiiuv , ally shall 7" n, -r- o-t" ,v " -swamp. Wo havo cold weather, but . . Having been solicited - by v.w . mn n.."'' u .loinnnincl that her lir. 1. UUtVIU av,i i. i i.ll,.. imm ti'i fntl Tfll limilllV Wo nro authorized to announco tho menus 10 maKo 11.. soil give Vn Gospcl, that "for M it's warmer south. . Tho ... .......... ... frnm llin TTnrtforil AlllclKtorllll 'Bupport t0 . 10 Brcate.st degree possl- 'Tn eo ntv Subiect candidacy of C, A. SMITH for tho Re of tn0 ........ . ... sous vnmu or useii nut ,bj0, tho suiminrino campaign au account for Jailer of man who la unfit, or unquaiuicu ior t0 n10 primai-- Election, August . publican nomination . iinininu this means as , Ohio county. Subject to tho Primary reason. Fuel is encap anu waiur Tiui Tno withdrawal 01 tno American h0 Beok8. nnd knowa him- - 1917. . . .. .. a f m ri fr m v ii'iimii ti OCloro UIO puujiiu diplomatic ana rnnKInr corps (rnm Election, Saturday, August 4, 1917. "" plentiful. Resources invito uovui- gc,f l0 jj0i t0 offer himself as a can- -, For Sheriff. opment. Hread riots aro stale and of said dlbtrlct for Magistrate, buii- Austra wln not presont as difficult dldate for pubUo 0,nco na by any Wo aro authorized to announro tho Wo nro authorized to announco the nro,,,em n3 ,n Ul0 cnp0 of Oerma- - ,ucan8 whether seemingly fair or pal panics out of dato when they reach Ject to tho action of tho Democratic candidacy of O. A. RALPH for the candidacy of WORTH TICHENOR .. ,. .party, ouuiruuy, ny Tho urai,aBsy rorco at Vienna rnr Khoriir nt for tho Uepublican nomination' for tis Doost Ohio county! fn Bnplirn i,i9 doctlon to y "ounty. Subject to tho Prl- - Jailer of Ohio county. I 'ccl confident that I am capable ,8 Bmacr ond thero aro only about ' Subject to U)at jnan Election, Saturday, Auof filling tho ofilce in every particu- - twolyo Consu,a , A COMMBNHAULE VOTE. dua, crapIr0 " fellow Inau and against mary Election. Saturday, August 4, tho Primary gust 4, 1917. In pledging tho county to build Its lar. and K elected, proinlso to glvo Latesl omclal roport8 maicato that f.hd oro.1017. ' Thoroforo, the people m.i.J ... part of tho Federal Highway, If glv- - my best efforts In fulfilling ray duty ... ,, Eovoral hundred Aus. .. .u. 0in ti.nir For Assessor. cn tho opportunity tho Ohio Fiscal as a member ot your Fiscal Court "J? TkTmJSSmimW tr0.Amcrlcail8 thoro, thero aro less Wo aro authorized to announco tho wtth tu.t same de'grco Soliciting your support and influ- - Umn flUy wtlvo Araerica3 who . Tuesday voted In accord with - candidacy or 1). K. WARD for tho Court o nopnbllcan nomination for Slierd wth tho exorcl80 of the Yours truly, tho sentiment of a largo majority of ence, I am iu mv Republican nomination for would return to mo uniicu siates in discretion nnd judgment Iff of Ohio county, euojeci August of Ohio county. Subject to Assessor tho PriJ. Y. HAGEIlMAN. thoso who havo given tho matter t .orilnarlly exercised by them in their Primary Election. Saturday. case ot a break. mary Eloctlon, Saturday, August 4. Hartford, Routo 1. thought and study. Lot it not boj " y as a Belcctlon or employes. 1917. thought that our excellent magls. ' CANDIDATES. rule, when tho voter goes to tho polli i yjQ nro authorized to announco tho Notice. tratcs rushed into tho thing without For Magistrate. tn vnln fnr n rniwlldntn for nilbllQ pnmllilncv of G. P. .JO.NT.B for tllC Notlco is hereby glveu that I will Wo nro authorized to announco tho flrtit a careful consideration. Somo ot nomination for Sheriff Is a --public trust. omce. ho asks himself this question: Republican A public ofllco ,. to thoj r.; candidacy of J. Y. HAOKHMAN for tho vory best financiers of tho coun- - havo my papers boforo tho Hoard ot ofllco "If I owned tho omce or tho insti- - ofOulo g Sub&t tho Domocratfo nomination for Justy wero asked to appear boforo tho Prlon Commissioners April 3, 1917. No matter what thoman or . It t ullon to vv Ich I am about to help tice of tho Fenco, Hartford Maglotor-lbrains ousljl to bo filled by a Charged VitU confederation. court and glvo tliolr advice. Hits District. Subject to tho Primary t .n..t,A!nni.i nml nt lmmt minilL'Il idcct tills 111U1). and desired to llttVO MORRIS, FEEGE ' vas dono nnd without exception tho We aro authorized to nnnounco tho Eloctlon, Saturduy, Aug. 4, 1917, Lls'h" tho iiosition filled by a man thorough ol ability, good character und Eddyvlllc. Ky, Biufilstrjtca wero told that tho coun- - 31t2p ty could not mako a better Invest- inont than tho construction of tho . Federal Highway under tho proposH" I'uMtifflr ed aid plan. Practically no opposi to li Knloroil nrrorilln nrlorit. Ky., nx mull mutti" ol tin' ncpuml tion was offered to tho building of cImm. tho highway whlto strong pressure by tho Good road Ildltor was bi ought to bear AM.ISOX .. liAKXKTT advocates. fV. 8. TIXSIiKV,. .UiinIiicss Bliiimgcr Tho magistrates acted wisely. They havo vaccinated Ohio county agalnat, to Address nlf communications a malady that posscsccs a backward The Hartford Republican. tendency. They linvo placed Ohio jalong-sld- o tho other progressive coun ties of the central routo and If thn NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS ibwriinTH limiting the ihmt win tn n mw ' highway docs not corao this way lt ddrf x miiBt Rho (Ik oM uililri-- In iimMiir the can not bo said thnt any county fail- - ( Tho cd to como up with Us part. l.ncnM nml Nntltfn KV tier Hub iiml &c Hunlm Fiscal Court comes In for Its critillnnlnr cu.'li iiililltlumil lvr Oliltinirlm. Ilmiiliillnii" tinil Curd ol Til inlH ftc cism when It nets opposlto to tho delln niunVy In iiiItiiiii" sires of tho majority, and without for ihtvIivh trif, tint other Ctmrili Xollii-Why murmur they accept It. clrerllKemeiitx. fie per line. bo comlll rccelro no shouldn't, tho magistrates loiiiinniilinlliin Anun.vmmm mended now when they have taken' ttmitlon such an excellent stand for tho ad vanccment of tho county? o 3.23 Cim.'tosls-3SCOTCHMAN OPERATES CO ratmoxo' MOUSE POWER FACTORY Hartford Republican. J ! SUMS. ( sclf-alon- ' 1 confl-(U-n- of-f.- co I , j Candidate for Judge for, the County X V 'lllu lf - half-penny- y" I ANNOUNCEMENTS. ' ll" ! , """"t 'rh.H or TTJ?TZZ ... i -- &' ' "". ,... i. -- ...i.. T "??uv0n Pr-Pn- - unJ ifZ?nTZ iWffWnJffi '"eu Xinato ZuS nSS , ""', ffi for-Jaile- ..... w. --- """"""', .- . 1 "". (1 ... " -- ,.. ., ' ifv 0-- y . ('-- iiuhi ,, X.""Jr,,'',nn,inn t0 I omn ,.,, ,' lffiS , To-da- ''" y ul "K..&ai-iB- J- - . NOW ON! OUR BIG j ' Mr. Malon Denton, after rpcndlng the week with friends anil relatives In and near Dcda, parked thru Hartford last Saturday on lilo way back f I Mill-En- d continue until Sale I to ConnorBvlllo, Ind., whero ho Is In an automobile factory. Bring your laundry to the Queen's Restaurant, agents for tho Will to SatSwann Laundry, c nvanavlllo. isfaction guaranteed. Laundry callSpecial ed for Monday mornings. 30tf attention to rural customers. em-ploy- Is now in full blast and will Mr. John Gentry, of Cromwell, Is condition, having sut-foran attack of apoplcxv yesterday. Mr. Gentry Is about 8.1 years of ago and has always been a useful and much respected citizen in tho ' community. In n serious cd Going to Need a Plow this f Spring1 ; i SATURDAY; MARCH 3 It has been a BIG SUCCESS, and we want it to continue through the entire sale. We are continually drawing on our stock for new and greater values, so if you have not been. COME and you will never regret it. Acrchaudisc is scarce, and it looks like there is no limit to prices, but fortunately Mrs. Anglo Miller, wlfo of Itev. W. J. Miller, died Wednesday at her home on Houlo 2, of bronchial pneumonia. After funeral services conducted at Bethel church by Kov. of Hoslno, tho remains were Interred in tho Bethel cemetery. Col-lard, loimt's True Blue Plows ! are all that their namo implies are "true blue" in every respect run true, and for lightness of draft are unexcelled. Blount's True Blue Steel Beam Plow Is a wonder when it comes to turning the soil. Ask your neighbor who has one. When in Hartford come around let us show you the best plow made. Spring will soon bo hero 1'Iomh! Plows and you will need them. havo advanced 20 per cent since last year, but we sell them at the old last year price. Anything in tho Farm Implement lino wo have. S. L. KING & CO., Hartford, Ky. Tho ladies of Class No. 14, Hartford Methodist Sunday School, will cntcrUln nt tho homo of Mrs. Rowan Holbrook on Thursday evening, Mnrcti 8th, from 7 to 10. There will bo entertainment for both old and cordially Invit- young. Everybody 'od. ACTON BROS., Hartford, Ky. fv i Itcpubllcan nomination for Assessor thick of tho fight for tho uplift of tho of Ohio county is Mr. D. E. Ward, 0I1EAT RtVIVAL old town and community. ot Hartford Route 3. Mr. Ward, it Thcro wcro 07 additions to tho M. will bo remembered, was tho noml-no- o AT IL E. CHURCH E. Church, about 35 to tho Dapttst for tills olllco four ycar3 ago, and a numlTor to tho Christian mcctfng with defeat by a small maChurch, tho wo wcro not ablo to learn jority In tho final election. Ho 3IKKTINO UF.CHXTIA' HELD OF as lo tho number. Clara Mabel Maddox, tho o-- o loels that he was handicapped in that GIttiflTUi: IXTUKEST THAN old daughtor of Mr. Dan Maddox, campaign by conditions that could Notlco Farmers! ANY FOK YKA1JS. who has I eon living with Mrs. Gnrgo not Lo overcome by himself and asks I have a number of good mule While, her aunt, died yesterday that the voters of his party considfor sale, 4 to G years old, 15 to 10 morning. Dcaih was caused by corc-bi- er that fact in choosing their candiDuring tho revival services which hands high; a kind that will sell afparalysis. Tho remains will be date for Assessor in August. closed on last Monday evening, which ter tho crop season Is over, will sell interred In Broadway cemetery to worth tho money. Your business soS Mr. Sllai Stovens, of Beaver Dam, rounded out tho second week, thcro day. licited. tho ring for were 152 protcssior.s, asido from in- Tho Ohio County Fiscal. Court In has tossed his hat intoannouncement! VIC ROBERTSON, cfimable good guncrally accruing special session on February 27, with Ctiunl Judge, and his Hardinsburg, Ky. 3Gt2 t the community as a direct result all inoinbwa prestut, by a voto of ii appear.? this week. Mr. Stevens has of tho meeting. to 2, doo'Hcd to approprlato ?20.000 been a faithful G. O. P. worker in Eggs For Hatching. Tho services which were conduct- of the If 17 Uoad and Ilrldgo funds. thlB county many years, having made Barred Plymouth Rocks, exclusiveby od by Evangollst Klein, assisted for bullying of the Federal Highway, tho race for Representative when ly. Setting of 15 for $1.00. Prices county was in tho Democratic JIr- - Renshaw, musical director with ItrovIilM bamo is located thru Ohio ) tho on 100 or more. only a JIr- - Graco In charge at tho piano, mado county. Otherwise the order appro ranks. Ho was defeated by JOHN ALLEN WILSON. 35t2 entcrtain-advantagpriating said sum Is to be null aiul handful of votes in spite of tho dis- - wcrooan0' onIv inspiring but ,nS well. Whilo this meeting was Ho was born and raised vcilll. Land For Rent. in onio county and has mado a suc- - in charge of Rev. Napier, Wft pasOne hundred acres of good corn wiu sen uiuo iooou, oesi tor of the local M. E. Church South, success at farmlng. Ho has had Flour at 10 per barrel, and considerablo lcga, experience and is yet tho officers and members of all and otbacco land for rent. , Hsrac, 2d grado Flour at I9.G0 jicr wen quaUfled for tho County Judg. of tho other churches in town rolled L. P. FOREMAN, ,p Will burrcl, until March .20th. Hartford, Ky. up their sleeves and waded Into the I 35tf If nominated wo predict vic orn tory for Mr. Stevens in November & pt either cash or good bread at $1.00 per bushel only. No better and a clover administration will Every sack of- - Bluo MADE. m m&zsamM G. C. Itowm somclliju slnco quail. Ulbbon guaranteed. Stock up on Sled as administrator t tho cstatB; Flour while you have an opportunity The ninety-firs- t birthday of Mr. Tfae Climate is Delightful ou the Beautiful Mississippi AV. B. Render was celebrated Tuesof E. T. OVBrlon, deceased. at the above prices. -- ., .mauch:s Mrs. Delia Galloway has ivjtumsu 35t2 EU.1S MILLING CO. day at tlits homestead near the fr'itin.w FnrmlnKr"liiiiplcmcnt) Wo handle city limits with a dinner that was to Irvington after an oxteadod "visit Vulcan Chilled and enjoyed by sons, daughters, sons-in- L II. A ST. U1J. It. TDin TAHLT3. with her alitor, Mrs. J. A. BeimtU. tho Celebrated and grand Illuo Bird Plows, Corn Planters, law, daughters-in-laEllrultoh 8:33p'm. No. 113 luo ut d Mrs. A. IT. Nail, who has been !ultlvators, Mowing children. Despite his mature years Disc Harrows, No. 110 luoat Ellmttch 7:30 tutu. to bur bed with la grJnpo for Machines, Hay Hakes and various Mr. Render Is In good health. 3:40 t.va. hovoral days, is considerably Imm-mr-cNo. 112 Lv. 3Slinltch DURING MARCH AND APRIL , other farming tnnls. "Wo also han-dl-o Those who helped him mako merry At. Irvlugton ., 6:35 .p.m. the Webor Wagon. (Plow time on tho day ho was four score and Ly. Irvington -- .. G:G6it. m. la-- It Mr. xmfi .MrsTwnv."lMle will r will soon be here, sco our line be- eleven besides Mrs. Render wcro: Enjoij the Lalnnj air and sunshine in this enchanting Ar. IsoulsvlHo . 7M0p.:m. Mr. TiJitl "Mrs. C L. Tylor at fore biovag. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Walker and fam. . 8:3Ga. m. Lv. iLoulsvllbr No. on-day. laud cf floAsrers. Play golf or tennis; motor, fish, soil or (Jrocnvllle Biinday, returning -Jily, city; Mr. S. P. Render, OklahoW. E. .ELLIS .& 3UO., .10:06a. m. Ar. 'Irvington ma City, Okla.; Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Hartford, Ky. royr. Low round trip fares, and convenient train service. 'Irvington ..10:40 cm. I Lv. MhesjKcy undZkcencr'NnpIer, of l:04ip. m. Br a xlanco nt"the announcement Render, Louisville;. Mrs. A. P. TayAr. Dllniltch i RtJiTcr Dai,ivJsJti Dr. and Mrs. colnrnn of this Jssuo it can be seen lor and children, Owensboro; Dr. M It. Ji E. 4t. 'It. JtKMK TAOIK. Baxter .W, Tapicr'Jaturday and Sun- that Kir. Charley Johnson, vf Magan, and Mrs. E. W. Ford and family, and Tickets to Now Orleans and Gull Coast points BoutU Bound, JS'o. 116 via Loubvtllo Mr. and Mrs. Carllslo Render and & Nashville R. R, permit side irtp to Ponsacola ot slight cost is out to tucceed w. V. Mlrtkm as 8:45.a. m. day. Duo at Hartford 'zT'Trrnictor; or Iisltch-flcl- d. Jailer of Ohio rounty. Mr. John- family, city. Judgo For illustrated literature, schedules, etc, apply to local North Bound, No. tM nttcuiled theOhlo County Ccn- - son is a strong Republican and asks 5:55ip. m. Ouo at Hartford Mrs. I. S. Mason, oc near Buford, representatives oi tlio Loulsvlllo & Haijivillo R R. or address tral JVdoral Htabray Club juueting men or Jns party to .Ivo'him consid- (has clothed us with authority to an- (iloth '"Mixed Trains.) R. D. Puscy, General Passenger Agent, Louisville, Kij. here Saturday. eration aicforn .casting their ballot nouueo her candidacy for tho Rouuh- Miss Maurlno Martin is Branding In Uio August Primary.- - Ho is a farm t can noniinntl01I for Superintendent a few tdtvys with Aer grandmother, or or largo acquaintance and 13 qual- - 0f Schools of Ohio county and her o nppears in tho announcement o Mrs. N. E 3Iurtlu,rof Cromwell. Mrs. laud, and willing, to malro Uio Personal News ty a good Jailer. is lu very .bad health. Martin column this week. For several jear3 In the -- announteincnt column of Mrs. Mason has been prominent as a Jaipo SlMm U. '"Wilson aJifl Mr. and Social Eucnis. - John U. Uarjiog, of Cleaver Dam, .'l this Issuo vt Tho Republican will bo tcjebor In tho bchools of tho coun- z Ohio couBty at tlta .road fauniil tho Tamo at Mr. C. A. Smith, ty uud Is well qualified for tho po- of Simmons, who tsplres to bo the sltion she sucks. She feels that tho mcctlms Jn Rrailicfott yesterday. o( law permitting ladles to voto forj otKJors Rspulriican nominee for Jailer 3slehaiion vautod .10 solicit of.Narrows.vwtt? Mr. W. 0. k for lnWIcutitw; oils, greases and Ohio county. Mr. Smith comos from county superinjondent both in tho llicro Friday. V primary and final election will aid i WVrlr1T II Hi HI Hn whnmail T paints. Salary or commission. Ad a faiuJIy of staunch llopubllcans-an- d will hhvo to ho rcckuned with botora her greatly. Sirs. Mason Is tho first I was in Louis-vvllRov. S. i:. Hurliu dross Unutiln Ail Co., Cleveland, O. tho ilual WhlUo blrvs In Aucuit. I ladv to run fur nfTlrn in niiln rmiv last weok. Mr. and "Mra. A. L. Uoston and llt- - In line ot avocation bo is a miner, for several ymrs, and Is confident Mrs. Tico Burns Is vlilitlng her ij0 dnutsbtor, Wglnla.J'f Owonsburo, and LO bolnir tho dwt of tmr Sov m cor farmer and Is suHlelontlv nuaM-.o- f .parents at VhltoeVUlo. i.aro vUUlnv thiftr mint. Mrs. Jus. T. fled to mako a good JaC-ur-. , Ohio county In tho capacity of School aJavtii, ami otlmr roiatlvsa nour Sim- . i"d Rim.inv Miss Nejlto King, daughter of Mr. , Superintendent l.ydalo, Ibis week. band jat Momidiiu. to Join hoi-I Tlfnli.ivtl T) T.Una . it t and Mm. Du Klnlc, of tbjs city, and j lfM n.1 Xl ., , W. C. Ellis & Iiro., produco raer. i.... ,M nln t r. i....i.... Mltn Ktiil jjiradftird. of Dundee, Kinsas.Clty. Mo jvlio aro feeding a largo (lock or cuilo hero for. ' ,' Miss1- -' Alcanor I'ctty nt the ',omo nr dwhs In ",arr visited rKU on1 , the funeral and burial of J'0their g n.ornl.-.at 9,UougIl n,vor JrQmCQ Q rm beforo!'h b,rld will remain for bevo,al Mrs. Mlnnlo Moscloy left Wodcos- - retn.nlng to tlmir homo. . V. . . !." their compartment Is constructed In' ... ..tU 4 Mfu .T ' Mr. FreTMaFeWp-od-hcr- o j Sun- ".31 " X r W. .Ford. imy ho tftke at a for a short visit with his whera uny io C" a,ld fl lm MHlnr U tempo aril, .. ay from Ku- , BB,"S''1 Mr. O.'TTo'Bannon and son, Ray, mother whll.e on Owcn to thoj of fluthrlo, wcro hero tho nrlst of bunks, Ky. , to Toccoa, Ca., yrhoe ho or wn0 Ul0 romnnCli hm, jilnosing ginning, but Is now on tho circula- river tho other day for a look at his is stntlcmed with an the week. ' Aorps. tion dtnartineut of Crowell Publish- , ducks. For a few minutes ho stood ' Mr. K. P, Forracan, of Narows, near tho water watching their naval lrv W. nv. Wedding, of Denver. ing Company. I Tlsitcd relatives hero tho first of maneuvers. Ho did not know. hnw.H y Col., was hwo yesterday mid Under tho announcements for vnr. that i.i in .. tho week. l ... to Ytelt his latlier and ljuully, Judgo .ci.i..irp iM ,i.in ,.... ...in i. w" uuu"" " s" loouu ""' uu louuu u,u pelin and he ruu"!u his eycs and won. ' Mr. J. C. Her jturncd yestcrdoy It. It. Wcddlns. Mr. Wedding goes uc,nnett dered when suddenly, and without ? of afternoon from a business trip to to Lva11""10' lud on bus-,ln- g to bo mado tho nominee of tho , waruljlEi ono of tho fBttefc, 112 mMt Loulsvlllo. (Democratic party In Ohio county, at ci,0lco fowls aroso and departed for t? Mr. Cal lKoown arrived yester, tiocj uavis, uwcnsDoro, , tho Primary on August 4th. H. Mr. othor waters. When Mr. GUIs recov-- ( W day from llarbom villa for a short and Marvin Balrd, pity, will leavo , Bennett made the race for this noml tfml fvnm Aim miHt.I,. 1.. llicro this morning for Connersvlll, nation four years ago but was beat- - that tho Hoeing visit with his Xamlly. duck had not gono Mrs. Lena D. Westorfleld roccntly ind., to io at Jho bedsido of Talmago en io uio wire oy email majority wilcl but had always been of tho d ho says ho feels confident of tamo species. Tho poultry yard Ib quallllod as gunrdtou of Oma Leo and Davis, who is dangerously ill of pnou-Myrtlanding first place In this heat. Ho nrar tho hrMRQ whWQ pcdestrbn3 monia. T. Wcsterficld. Miss Lula" Rllcy returned to Ow- - ( n0v. C. E. SteveiiB, of Loulsvlllo, Is a good Domocrat, well qualified pass continuously and tho venture-fo- r w1 tho position ho seeks and if nom- - Bon,0 Bl,rIt .jisplayod by tho wild onsboro Tuesday alter a visit to Mrs. Will preach at Mio Baptist Church, promleca a busy tlmo for lib mallard is remarkablo. (Suuday, March 11. Aa Hov. Stevens Inatcd J. 0. lliloy and family. Ho was llepubllcan opponent. I prol ably attracted to tho Hills beach Dr. K. W7 Ford rOcently auallOed is a former Hartford boy u largo num-n- s Tho first man to nuthorlzo hia an- - by tho tlasy bathing suits worn by the ftdmlnlslrutor of tho estuto pf bor of filenda aio expected to bo BQuncomcut as a caudlduto for tho lady ducks, l)rpscpt. (,'uurleu Ucrry, deceased, : for you, our buyer was able to pick up merchandise in mill end remnants at astonishing ly low prices. So they arclicrc 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 al -- 4.' It Pays to Trade With a House That Saves You Money. igrosCSb i o. Hartford Republican, ''&''' Kl "ac-lsh- w icon-line- .. -- GULF COAST Ill ... -- coun-jnam- rcp-reeji- lo .- .rri7ff SSiiQSGr .u. -- u. Ul, ',.,.?' 7 jr i. "Mchnnts, I CALL ON US I For Overcoats, Suits, Odd Pants, Ladies' Coat Suits and Cloaks. Don't miss us. All new and IS tZ "n"' "J',?' ' iro ",","",; no.i 1 a ..i un-an- lo S Hub Clothing Co. ... j(SSVSS!B!B( wMtt'iiiflytw Ww'jpnnwi - - , THE FRUIT EVE ATE Modern Research Seems to Plaoo It A GREAT AUTHOR'S CREDO. AN ALIBI FOR GILDER. as the Cassia. HOW THE APPLE GOT BLAMED Come Translator Used tho Latin Word Either "Pomum," Which Means "Fruit" or "Apple," Instead of "Fruc-turn,- " Meaning Simply "Fruit." h I 1 I I " ' III V A correspondent fisUst how the npplo enmo to he named ns the fruit of tho temptation In the Bnnlcn of Kdcn wlien tho orlslnnl Hebrew text nnd nil of the translations speak only of tho fruit of the tree of the knowledge of food mid evil. It nccined tlmt none of tho Dllillcnl authorities had offered any nnswer so far as he was nblo to learn. There Is nn nnswer, however, and that n tory simple one, which will probably satisfy this Imiulrerand many others who might ask tho same question. It Is true that In tho Hebrew the words nre "eta perl," the fruit of the tree, nnd the Oieek nnd Latin versions eo translate them. The Vulgate uses the word "fnutiim" for fruit, nnd this could not In any way bo mistaken for the specific fruit npple. It U fuithcr admitted by scholars who hold thnt be paradise of the Bible, which Is also described upon clay tablets of Babylonian literature, was located near the Euphrates nnd tho Tigris, or In u tropical country, where no apples could possibly grow, .so that the fruit of this tree could not huu been an npplo. In n tablet lately translated, which originated In Nippur and Is now In tho muhcum if the University of Pennsylvania In Philadelphia, the frit It Is described as the fruit of the cassia plant, npiviiillnr- - In Tlr Ijiiutnn Tills l lintf- ......., .., . slble, for thnt plant is well known in the icgion. But the question of how the apple came Into the story la still unanswered, nud no tablet will nnswer It. for uoue could mention n fruit unknown to tho Babylonians, not growing In their country. "3l Wo have to go far ulkld to ascertain the oiigln of the error, for the use of the word apple Is an error. It camo about from the confusion of two woids in the Latin. "Fructum" means fruit, and so docj "pomum." But "pomum" also means apple, nnd some ancient acholnr filled with Latin words wrote "pomum" Instead of "fruetuiu" lu translating this passage, nnd It was Interpreted as specific namely, npple Is, fiult. Instead ot general-th- ut Theio Is, however, another leasou fcr this confusion, and the persistence of the Idea Is shown In many of the paintings by the old masters, who sometimes depict a tree la leu with has just picked apples fioiu whi h one and Is banding It to Adam. The apple plays u great part In tho mythology of the Greeks and Bomaus. where we find the apples of Hosperldes aud tho golden apple offered to the most beautiful of the goddesses, which etaitcd nil that famous trouble for Tarls, ending lu the siege and destruction of Troy. The confusion of Ideas probably aroso from the association of the npple with ciltlcal turns in the nffalrs of mcu nnd suggested at least the specific Interpretation or translation of "fructum" or "pomum" by "apple." Tho fact Is thnt, so far as the Bible itself goes, no specific fruit Is mentioned, nnd It Is spoken of only as the tree of tho knowledge of good nnd evil But there Is nnother fruit tree mentioned, and this Is tho lig tree, for In Genesis ill. 7, It Is said, "Aud they Bowed fig leaves together and made themselves aprons." Possibly on this nccount It Is.n Hebrew tradition tha4 Eve nte of the fig tree, but tliat has noor been Introduced Into Itllillea! Robert Louis Gtovcnson's Story of HI Writing Methods. I have n lvid recollection of it most iuteicstlng uhop tall: with Itobert Lu-l.- i duilng n .Slevens'on which As wo long rail: to rontalnebleau. trnmped nlong under the hIiiuIp of tho lull poplins ho outlined to mo tho writer's credo it he knew It nnd explained his own methods of work. "You painter ihap.s make lots of studies, don't you?" ho exclaimed. "And you don't frame them nil nnd send ihcni to the salon, do you? You lust i.ticl: them up on the studio wall for a bit. nnd presently you tear them up nnd make mote. And you copy nnd Itembmiidt nnd Van Dyck und Cm ill. nnd from each you loam hoiiio little trick of the brush, some little point inlcchtiic. And you know very well that It Is the knowledge thus in quired thnt will enable you Inter on to dellcr your own message with a line nnd confident brnvudo. You are simply learning your metier. And, believe me, moil rlior, nn nitlst in any lino without the metier Is Just a blind man with n stick. Now, In the literary line I am simply doing what you palmer men arc doing lii the pictorial lino learning the metier." "Yes. but how do you work tho gnme?" I Inquired. "We nrtlsts use paint nnd catuns nnd brushes precisely ns the masteis did." "Well, I use pen nnd Ink nnd paper precisely as did tho masters of tho pen," laughed Stevenson, "only a pen-iIs quite good enough for mo at present, .lust now I am making n story a la Balzac, wllh n French plot. French local color and every little touch and detail ns cloe to the old boy ns I can posslhly make It. And aren't his works Just marvels of literary perfection! Ileally, I belico that Balzac held up to nature a more wonderful mirror than even the great W. fc. Hui-selHis dear old Tore Gorlot don't you just know him better even than if you had met him right here on the grandc louto nnd bad nn hour's chat with him? "I like to swallow a great mastet whole, as It were, to read everything he's written at one go ni.d then Iinvo n try myself ut something iu his manner. Tho only way to become n master Is to study (he masters, take my word for It. It's all one whether it's In paint or clay or words. And then If you are humble enough nnd keep an open mind you may one of these long days learn how to say It. I bao at arloU3 peilods thus sat ut the feet of Sir Walter Scott mijhI Smollett and Fielding and Dickens nnd Poe nnd Beaudclairc. and the number of things which I have wiltten In the style of each would fid n clothes basket." Blrge Harrison lu Century .Magazine ob-icull f. Ills Jey When Ha Found It Was Not Ha Who Snubbed Stcvencon. A story was circulated at one time Hint when Hubert Louis Stevenson flist came to America lie went to the office of tho Century (then Scilbner's) nnd was not cordially l delved, lu 1S.S7 lllchard Watson Glider wrote to Till-coWilliams a letter lu which ho nine his Idea of I he occurrence: "I have no doubt that Stevenson used the expression 'fired out wllh reference to his experience In our old office. That Is the term ho and I used iu talking the thing over the other evening. I bad three delightful visits in his room by his Invitation two of them very long visits und that umong other things was freely discussed. I remember asking hlni who-l- t wan that 'fired him out.' (In point of fact, of course, nobody fired hlni out.) He looked at me with a quizzical expression and said: 'I don't know but it w ns you. Yes,' ho snld, 'I think it was you, now that I tt who lives with Mr. and Mm. Colliv Unci I flu nnd Just now Is n horn .lotry iu thnt kind o" a dog of nil HoKuBt (logdoni. tin might not huAu trudged on his short legnnll tli'j way irom Htlllwvlor (o Belfast, a good rorly tHIri, nil nlniic, to pave hi.s mistress sixty ttiuU, but wluit put t';o In i u hi' the trip into lil.i head is something ho will not divulgn. Mrs. It. ii I fto had liet I visiting et licv r?:rmT7, ."li J;'"iv"r"F;vin.irTnTi:; v' U Ivllv Fp!IATAB!l ltlinHiirtvl.?iiihT OlELOfAMEKIDffllJ In a city where cool liotelj bound, the Powtutin heads the Int. It It Rrt In the hcirlt of Its countrymen. 3EjroGi9fsiottLi. Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law IIAIITI-OKD, KY. practlco his piofslon lib UUo and adjoining counties.. ComniorcU' and Criminal Practice a Specialty. Will lonner Imniti In Stillwater, hav-o- g look "I said, 'Oh, pshaw, now! Dr. Holland was n huge likeness of me; It might have been he.' " 'Xo,' he said, 'I think It was you.' " 'Well,' I said, 'sec here, now, when was this?" "He sail It wns in July. "I said, 'It might have been I if It was In July, but of what year?' " '1S71V " 'Hurrah.' said 1. 'that lets me out. And I jumped up with great delight, for, as you know, I was In Europe from March. 1S70, to June. 1SS0. BeWe Knock the Spots Out of Thingt tween you and me nnd the lamppost have no doubt I would have made the ver same answer to hlni ns wus that nnswer was. "He brought no manuscript und Mm-pl- y wanted to write for the itiwrnrliie. He doesn't seem to lemember the French Dry Cleaned nnd Pressed In words of the conversation. For nil thai Superior Manner Is known, he may have been a!;ed ti liar-Thesubmit something, although he doesn't Send us your Garments and say so. Of course, any nnswer to win ti a vague nnd unlntroduccd upp'Hitloii CLEAINED CLEAN would bae to bo of the vaguest. He said he was rather surprised at gettln" I'acknges called for nnd delivered in, even, as ho had no letter of Introduction." Later Mr. Gilder wrote to another THE ELITE PKFSSIKG ELM friend: A. Ivn Null, I'rop. "Xcver mind! Mrs. Stevenson tells HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. me that If I bad seen Louis I woull have turned him out. She says ho lookqd the part, and every one did turn him out! Was It a dig or n compliment -- 5CSSKE23aKOilKSyzaCSr. when she said likewise that I reminded her of him!" "Letters of Itlcuard Watson Gilder." ' ' 1 made-whate- at you.1 S uiliiy noon Jiii'ry with her .ho c ailed i i her imsl mid In Helmut i ud In en u r o in tho conversation reHild that F"0 w.u planning to turn to llcl ail on I lie heat Monday, "I tniipino it will and leiiiarlicd: cont i cuts for Jerr." Jiny heard It all hut didn't nay a word. Later hi tho nftcrnuoii he was missed. A so rcli was tnailu for hlni without avail and an advertisement was plated iu the HaiiKur Jscws. At r::!0 Mututay u oruiiiR, i.eighLors ut the KacltfTes in BeLasl heard Jcrry'H hark. 'I'Iid little dog had traveled (ho for ly miles in uhuul murium hours, j;i tug through 11 ngor on tho way. Ho hud been over tho road a number of 'times lu tho Hucliffe auloiuohllo, ul- ways watching tho country Intently, hut how ho found the way back iiu the night und why ho did 11 Ij something ho won't say a word about. Uo saved sixty cents, anyway. 0.E.TAYL0R.C.E. Beaver Dam, Ky. I Highway and Drainage: Design. i...jrf-- i . .. ii jz: DR. The I'owlul.in u tcfiiicJ, ami restful. It fel-Itlocation on Frtinlania Avcmc, 18tli ar.l II SMrcrtJ. makes it n !tirahlc liciunuar-le- t (of brutal con. I , tourist c!ioo! and I itlirj. conventions, . 1.1 IVfts. 'Il.e t'owhstin tltractj the aiij i !i ation. rruuje ol v culture i s rroxfr-i'tto Mite. War anJ Navv Dciurlnruli. also lo mil? nl Imtnr'ul ilcret, oints tnakts this 1ntt! csperi Uy at tracutc to a tliscriminali'i public. The I'DtSaltn cders roomi with detached bath 01 Si SO, t$(" M :i 0 hi. JJf,." " b- -h, $ i up. 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Suddenly she roso test. with a determined look Upon her llttlo Tho fig tieo plays a ery Important face, and scled her bat. patt In tbo myths of many undent na"Vt'beie uie jou going?" linked her tions. In legend tho holy family rest- mother. ed under ii lig tiee on their jouriicj "Out to tell the family secrets to tho to Egjpt Tho fruitless fig tiee of neighbors," said the child firmly. Jesus Is one of the Important elements But she didn't go. Pittsburgh egraph. In that pitiable. Tho riMis rollglosa. or reliplouF ti"X tree of India, is sucred, mid nono Is alWhat Sha Asked For. lowed to fell It. It Is consulted as nn Undo Jack, who was visiting thera oracle, and It Is believed that when fiom the west, wished to talk to Brahma assumed human form a blos-eofather at his uUJce. IIo could of the fig tiee was dropped from not find tbo telephone directory and heaven to tempt him Elizathus appealed to The Idea of tho tree of the knowledge beth for information regarding tho of pood nnd ell. or wisdom tree, aa phone number: "Elizabeth, what does tt has been called, has been terint"! n mother ask for when she talks to daddy moon myth by home scholars. Accordnt his olllce?" ing to the Scandinavian mythology, the Elizabeth wus wIko for her dnjb. runs down to great ush tree Ygdrasll "Money," sho lisped. the well of wisdom und knowledge. On this wisdom tree, the pillar of the new Following Their Example. moon, old Odin, thief god of the Scan "Why don't you go to your fi lends d!na Inns, hung bond downward to ex- when you want to borrow money?" tract tho words of w lsdom. "I hnve been to them, but just at In India tho bo tree of knowledgo was present they are nil hard pressed, they tho shelter of Buddhu for twenty-eigh- t say." days (tho length of tho luunr mouth) "Then count mo among jour friends. until lie rccched his Illumination of Their Judgment on you h good cuougU tvlbdom. for me." Uetiolt 1'iee I'rws. It is therefore plain that tho tree of knowledge of good and evil has many Possible Substitute. parallels In tho faiths of all ancient "Nothing inn ever take your place." It was nn error ever cooed tho bride. rations and that to think that It could have been nn np"Nothing, dear?" plo tree or thnt the fruit of tho tempta"That Is, poibapK, except adequate tion was au apple. New York Bun. alimony." Kuusas City Journal. Chronicle-TelHlU.a-beth'H three-year-old Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CASTO Rl A bring relief. A trial will convlnco you. For salo by Ohio County Drug Co. 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It Is lbs best ever bold over o druggurs counter. flWIW iTlTfl s a'lauj' fterft (tobUahtM tf.rt Ish tsWlr Is f Bunt nit sHl POPULAIt MECHANICS MACMZINe' " mswiini ntnH laniVHWU I ! SA'00. PCK VtAH 94r antila yw fclMCLB CaaOl .!. COLICS, 18c Hartford, Kentucky. Republican Office. Both Phonos. FOR KlUMSYfLIVHRAND STOMACH TROUDLtS FrOsiriofj . A,"'UK taat UuhlnoM inun Iniiurto. V,, , nuiutKaii.a(((-o- r bu Mali'. Wrilii 7inJin7. . .. 4 'y "". ir 7?' WAR SWEPT CHIOS SOUTHERN DIALECT. r V 4 ., .j'7je And the "Vanishing Y" 8ound Dear to When Jamee Whitcomb Riley ReolUd the Old Time Virginian. One of Hla Poems. Southerners have told me that they Iir his "platform career," during years when he went nhout tho The Historic Aegean Island and ran tell from what part of the noutli One Occasion When Buffalo Bill those "I want to tell you what wonderful benefit I have reperson comes by his speech, just as a country reading his poems, Jnmes Its Stormy Career. ceived Hie use of Tliedford's northerner can distinguish by the same Was Shy on Courage. writes WliltcomU Itycy Haw with his eyes and filgns n New I'nglauder, n New Yorker, Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. heard with Ids ears what people n middle westerner and Hrooklynltc. "It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds, A MARRIAGE TYING KNOT. thought of him. Never any Qther man BATHED IN BLOOD BY TURKS. t cannot prctenl lo luivn become 1111 auliver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe Black-Draug- ht stood night after nlcht on the stuco or thority upon southern iHnlect. but It Is ' tilntfnrm In ronntvi ulipli anlltl rnnt-- ftf obvious to 1110 that the speech of New saved my little girl's life. When she had the measles, A a New Justice of the Peace He Had applause for the "reudlng" of poems Orleans Is iiutlke that of Charleston In 1822 an Army of Moslems Slaughterthey went in on her. but one eood dose of Thedfnrrl'q to Perform the Ceremony, but He and for himself. ed 30,000 of It Peoplo and Pillaged nud that of Charleston unlike that of Black-Draug- ht made them break out, and she has had no Didn't Like the Job Cno of Hit Close lie did not "rend" his poems; ho did and Burned tho Island Twice Laid Virginia. The English or Charleston more trouble. I shall never be without seems to me to be about the purest Calls as a Pony Express Rider. not "recite" them, either. lie took liU by Earthquakes. Waste English FpoUott In this country. It has It were, It l.i dllilcult for this generation of whole body Into Ida hands, ns suggesTho Aegean Island of Chios Is tho few traces of what we call the southand by his wizard mastery of hoys, own though they liu horn uu the subject of u Milking communication ern accent, rescmbllus. rather, the pro. "(Iront American desert," In bellovo tion left 110 James Whitcomb Itltey at to tho National Geogruphlo society iitinelatluu of an I rl.tli nun educated I nut cad the aupart of from boyhoMl In Ku&liuid, yet letuln-lufrom ICrncut Lloyd Harris, tlmt ItiilTatii I'.lll ivii-- i ever anything .ill upon the stage. the faint trace of a brogue. tliOHlnr of ii tout show, tint old dience saw and heard whatever tho which Is Issued ns the following bulleexcept The rhlef ehnractoiliilte f the timers know oi lu.--. pcillous life of car Incomparable comedian wished them tin: "Chios, which Is separated from tho dialect Is the famous nut fasHit ilny iim hii Indian fishier, smut, to see and hear. IIo held n literally in my home." For constipation, indigestion, headache, dizziunmatched power over tliem for not- - mainland of Asia Minor by the strait cinating locnllsm, which Professor C. oiorlund fiolght guard mid pony ex- - , of Chios, only four and a half miles Alphonso Smith has called the "vanishj ous laughter or for actual copious tears, press rider. ness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar wide, has long been a bone of coning y" a y sound which caues words When the Kansas I'ltUflo railroad j and no ono who ever saw an exhibitention between Toil; and (ireek, and llko "cur" ami "garden" to be proailments, Thcdford's Black-Draug- ht has proved !isdf a safe, ivns linllding to the roust It employed i tion of that power will forget. It-- or during tho earlier part of the ninenounced "eyar" mid "gj union," I 11111 Will Cody to .supply Its eonstruetlwii reliable, gentle and valuable remedy. foiget him. wus the scene of told that In yearn gone by the 'vanishcentury It 0 One of the greatest ' There he HtiKid, nlonc upon the stage, teenth -- align with meat. some of the bloodiest tragedies known ing y" was common tn nil Virginians, ' If you suffer from any of these complaints, try Black-Draug- ht. shots of the plains, he won his name a blond, shortish, whimsical man in to history. but though it Is still common enough and Ids tipurs killing hulTalo for tho evening clothes a llguie with "a wholo It is a medicine of known merit. Seventy-fiv- e "Ah early as 7W It. ". It was ono of among inembcrn of the old generation builders of the Iron trail. tliu rlche.it and mint Important memlot of style," and a whole lot of Its and Is used also by some young people years of splendid success proves its value. Good for During Indian campaigns Cody rose bers of the Ionian union. It has disparticularly, I fancy, young Indies, ifil lo lie chief wont for the army and In- - , own style too! lie offered a ilefcreii' puted with Smyrna the honor of being young and otd. For sale everywhere. Price 25 cents. tin) prefatory fcontence or so; then who realize Its fetching quality there m part of tils lliin iidventuics When tho IJ03I can bo no doubt that It Is, In both face and figure altered, seemed the birthplace of Homer. dully routine. The fame of I'.uffnlo mil the I'er- - senses, vaiiNhlug ...i.i1nt i.Ik litli tliiun (if n Ionian cities rebelled ngiiln-und that not half (In army. None doubt- - ' a.. aproiid through .naimod am. earned d.rtVront from tho """ the Virginians 0 the present day prood the courage mid resotireo of tho ht 100 ships and sent them to the bat ' poet, and not Mr. Ill ley. but a lloosler nounce "cigar" as "seg.var." "cartK't"' as groat neout and Indian hunter. someMggraBaBa-2ii'M'- "' tle of I.nde. This stands for mrmwrMvr?!!vuito "cya'pet" n ml "C.trlei" as Cyahtub." Yet one day thin courage was soiely i farm hand, perhaps, or a thin littlo girl thing when we take Into consideraIn Virginia and many other parts of .tried. There was one time when Buf- stood before you. done to tliu life." tion tho fact that ut that time namemii-I- i tlio voice came, "done to the , Then wolds as falo Mill admitted he was scured. ly, 401 I). C this population of tho the south one heurs fieneral I.mory, In eommatid ut l'ort life," too done to the lust hulf audi Island numbered only SO.OGO freemen "aunt" correct 1. pinnelitieed with til' broad n. and such words ns "tube" und .Mcl'licifuu, JudiUTd the county author- bio breath ut the end oT husky chuckle and 100,000 slaves. "new" properly given the full u sound ities to make rtuffaln P.lll a Justice of or wistful sigh. There wa.i no vlslblo "Chios has been. In turn. Ionian, Pereffort on the part of th" magician. The sian, Athenian, Human, Italian, (Instead of "toobe" and "1100." as in the pence. i, "Why. general." protested the RiJUt. audience did not train or worry for after a sep- some parts of the northi: Imt.nn the and llnally. In "J don't know any 111013' about law him ns audiences mi often do for those aration of nearly '.'.HOD years, It was other bund, while the south gives the who "entertain" them, because his united once moie lo the parent counthan u mule knows of singing." short o sound In such words as "tog" Hut the appointment was duly ml craft lay 110L In contortion, but In a try, Greece. dog a and "fog" It invariable calls As one may well Imlegally made, and the new Justice hud glamouring suggestion that held spec-tuto- agine, a little Island of ."18 Hfruure , "duwg." "Your" Is coimuouly mugnctlztd. rupt and to serve. "yore." "sure" us "shore" and miles which has changed masters so s .Vat Goodwin's opinions upon the many times necessarily must have "to" as "toe." ITU flrst task was to perform n full of life and action, filled with the eercmouy. A wedding was n production of realistic patlios In com- suffered much from the strife which ' The south alo use. the woid "curry" fire of fine Inspiration and followed grent event nl McIMierson, and the edy may Im- - accepted as academic. Mr. swept over It. In a way thai strikes northerners as by 250 short stories of adventure, used to recite 'Good- g Goodwin said: "I will make whole fort resolved to attend. "Twice has thH island lieeu visited strange. If it southerner otVers to "carI Htley do It by terrible earthquakes. The tlrst was ry you" to heard In vain bis wife it nil sisters tried to tiy, Jim' until the station or over his plan coach Iluffalo Hill. Nobody could find Then 1 asked the Lord to forglvo mo away back In 17 A. 1)., nud It win tatiun. be does not menu that he In ami never tried It agolu:"-Ho- oth ropy of the marriage fccrvke. only through the fostering cnic of thi tends to transport you 011 his back, but In Collier's Weekly. The great day came. The gucbts asKmperor Tiberius that the. people wcro thut he will take lou. If he "ciirrleh sembled. Cold sweat Mood In beads able to make a fresh start. Tho sec- ' you to the run" you will Uud that tbu V, uu the brow of tho Indian lighter. Ills ond was In 1SS1, when the town of "run" Is what noitlicniern call u creek. LIGHTING A CATHEDRAL. ' hands trembled. was practically laid waste. If to the "hrauch" thut Is what we call Kastro Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' Page, Yet nt first the ceremony moved and dwelling houses n. bronk.-.Iuli- uu Street hi Collier's. 8imple Yet Spectacular Method at 8. Mosques, churches Girls' PagerDactor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles of without reproach. The bride and dlsappeated into the bowels of tho Isaac's, In Petrograd. Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best vriHitii were counseled In the enliven-- ' eaith, engulllng no less than 0,000 pen- - . In uu article In Ike Atlantic Monthly GEORGIA OWNED A SLAVE. ttotisi manner until the close of iho describing u midnight mass 011 faster tile. This earthquake visited the whole minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone when Uuflnto liill btartlisl . crcuiony, in the home. 1 here Is no age I'etrograd, Island, and many beautiful and his ' Tits eve In St. Isaac's cathedral, State Acqblrad a Negro Hero and the congregation by nuiiuuiicliig. limit to enthusiasm for T toric monasteries, some of which con Three Current Issues Free Wurrlngton Dawson siijs: TroateJ Him Generously. 'Whom God and Ilutfalo Hill' hath , priceless objects of art, valuable ( Youth's Companion. "A sudden blaze of Innumerable can- tallied you do not know THE COMPANION If " of antiquity, j The state of Georghf v. us ut one time Joined together let no man put let tu tend you Three Ciurent biues dles, hanging high overhead In great libraries and luouumeiitH I Iho owner of u slave. Wbetlicr'or uot 52 Times a Year FREE. Incloio thi Coupon with your chandeliers, tote away the gloom and weie completely lost. request. As n marrying Justice he wus voted "nut lit splto of all these vicissitudes any other state ever owned n slave or ceremony was to benot 12, told us that the ji great success. seen many happy days. slaves1 Is not known, but certainly It Is Those who subscribe now, sending $2 gin. At the lsimkiewskl Solsir 0110 Chios has also old days of tho Ionian highly probable that nn other state for tho 52 issues of THE COMPANION More good reading than you will Itefore the days of the telegraph what u sw Itch. or button does Cvcu In the for 1915, will receive The Companion get in any of the monthly news traveled by the pony express, match did save that heie the opera- union It was celebrated 011 account of ever owned a slate u.id :t railroad ut Home Calendar FREE. elsewhere, magazines. '.same lime and worked them touitiu days from St. .Joseph, the end of was as Ingenious and Initiative Its commerce and Industries especially tlie tion gether, as was the case with the skive the railroad, to Sacramento, Oil. The ns could be devised. Instead of being for lis native wine and tho manufacSUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE distance over the short route was l.'.IC.ii a machlno made eonlrltnnce scattered ture of beds and sofas. Under Home owned by ti'eorIa. THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN AND YOUTH'S COMPANION, BOTH miles. Inter The negro's mime was Itan.-othe Island was ruled as an Inu1ar tiy millions over the world ONLY $2.75. In the employ Will Cody was iwh-bundle. i.dled ltansoui Montgomery by reason ONE YEAR FOR string, nn end of which province and enjoyed "A pony express ns one of the relay hung waxed peace and of the fact that before he was acquired of the down within easy reach from the jeais of almost unbroken by the stale ho was owned by a man iklers In the western wllderne. It marble paving, ran rroni one wick to prosperity. THE was during his seiontl engagement "Chios' real troubles virtually began named II. It. Y. Moutaoiiierj. He was unotber. then fiom group to group, SEWING that he saved his life by his knack of from chandelier to chandelier, until with the Greek war of Independence. purchased outright by the state tbtoiigh MACHHNsl peo leg.slnliue of IIU!) for shooting ftiulght nd thinking quickly. all the candles In the mihedral were Somewhat against the will ot the this mi act of the the Wcntcm and AtlanOF having saved Will was riding from Ited liutto. on Tin- - imiicli was a nulled to tile, the Island became Involved In iiiwiiu-tix- l QUALITY. the North I'latte, to Three Crossings, thut string. A fipark spitting liny flume Mrugslo and was Mslted by a ninssn re tic rulltoud bildge over the Chattaby lire distance of on the Sweetwater, up to tins tlrst candle and so which appalled humanity. In IKK the hoochee river from destruction Ivii-tmiles, when u station boss 0110 raced and later was placed upon a salary sped on Its war. an urriest busy littlo captain pasha appeai'isl before powerful fleet ami lauded on under the supervision of the 'principal jy Informed I1I111. lau.pllghter, quick ns the snap of a ' NOT "There's lgns of Injius ulxint, Hilly. linger, adroit us n nmnkoj himI almost army of Moslems, who slaughtered In engineer" of the Western and Atlnntle SOLD Hettcr keep your eyo ' the space of two months no less than itill'road. iiiifulllug In its success UNDER Subsequently, when the war was The young rider nodded compi elicit-hIoweie sold ANY "Among tho hundreds 1 saw It reach 30.1 W Chlni.s, while as he swung Into the Middle on was over. Itnusom. now a free loan, was i ,..iini..il core did not blaze Into slavery. The entile Island OTHER Al- pony and dashed out of the idu m by the state. fresh NAME. iho touch, and most of these tlared given over to pillage nud scarcely n again remembered was piuukully bank- tlou with his until sacks. un instant and sputtered out. showing village, chinch or convent wait spared though the state I Kil . nipt, uu net of the general assembly, I'laiusmeii learned early to keep their that the string's work at least hud the Humes. fc!sW " 5f WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. eyes ojH'ii. As Will C'ody rode he wnu-neapproved Aug. .', ISftS, authorized the TF ymi wsnt to rartmt "TheM- - acts of ferocity did not go been done The general cITec t. Indeed, 135M Is tew lu lmrTueti und lndus tho state road to pay him with tiresuperintendent of what the country ahead of Ifyon purchase thoNKW 1IOMK you wilt Willie the Moslems wererav was ns If each wick had been un elce. try, in tnu rlrinj less gaze. Hvery lock und humuiook trie bulb, but the whole, Instead of aging Chios the Islanders of Psara and to Hansom from the treasury of the Uct out ofinvention ttt on therimT. l!n. Reed have a llfo tuact at Uio price you pay, und will tho rut: uot have au endless chain of repairs. hud his iitteutlou dni wore planning nn attempt on load the sum of $rtu.,.fii ami also to lighting when ono (twitch was tiiriud, lli It was grlni. wild country he rode depended upon u bund swept over tlcet, which wus ljlng in piovldo him with a home dining the the Turkish Quality thiough. Cleat clln: ovcrliung his liar-lotho outer harbor of Kastro. Just olf the lest of his life. Atlunta Coudtltutluii. buttons." pAth mid darkened the way. (Jeuoese citadel The authors of this IS Jtw I Considered of black pine stood thick on th bold stilke wete I'oustiintlne Cnnurls Had to Do It. ir)noitInt(?rest!ncniiJufefi1 toamlne, ind Kitchen Floor. The. it is the RlQlltll pivclpltous slopes of tho Hockles. i,. ..(.,. i.innsif'ti ..wa... und George Peplnc". They arranged 'The defendant admits," mi Id the MIC Vlfcbr Uivilt worth A practical way of dealing with tha Ills keen e.e caught sight of u slight 300 Pictures 300 Articles two brigs as lire ships and untuned trutlle siiuad cop. "that he woiiUirotind Cheapest large bowlder that kitchen floor uud at the sumo time them with u chosen band of dertpcruto the corner on two wheels." movement lu'lilnd all for only M cent. Alt the new Mess sad wilb a to cover in the end ciccuiir.il """ lay ahead of him. It needed no morn economising labor, Is linoleum, itsuch as men. "Tlfty dollars' tine or thirty days," tllVfllllons lannrt acroiiltiif. lu shopwoik uU aulomoliiios plain, dark colored than that to tell the pony epiess rider "The lights hanging ut the musts of bald the Judge. In unuiuc;, bwi hi njaijuucij. to buy. blue, green or black, and to polish or danger. Hiding at lop speed toward red, How to mske Ihlnss at homo. 0 ! ererr tho Turkish ships were so dim thut "But does your honor know." InterIt A shiny surface Is easy to sweep month. incluJiiu refrli:rrato-s- poultrir housrs, zone, ho made his plan. to posed the defendant's loutuel, "that the danger furniture, sntcuiotiilo! kltop rtiialrs, etc. If you wimt a sowing machine, wrlto for; If polished ouco the C'hlans were enabled completely Cody was almost' upon the rock be- up and keep clean, and surpil.se the unsuspecting ciew at the defendant won ildliij; a bleyeleV" 'esaln, VMm onr lutcet cutuloBUO before you purcluuc It l full of nimif u week on tho other days It need only In plain Lnsbta for men and boys. ll Is written fore he swencd his hore sharply and Tti3 New Home Ssw'tna Mach'ms Co., Orange, Mass.'. a mop. If treated In midnight. The brig commanded by - Iluffalo Kspiess, IS Cents a CoDJ S1.5U 11 Kear dashed off to one side Two rllle re- bo run over with ulwuys look nice uud Cannrt Immediately grappled with the tllrevct to wuy It will Oct It from a nrvrnifultr or writ ports came simultaneous.!, and from this fopular Science stounuy, oriii .. will suvo ut Ieust twenty minutes' woik captain pasha's llagshlp and set It on The Stars. behUid the rock sninng two unmount Pcpine was equally successful, Tstltlaf'M-lJ?-r- t tire out; If the stuis bhould appcur only a day. St. I.oulH Post Dispatch. rKbt. I.r iUis ssi Bisbis Uai '. ed lndliil.s. ami another battleship went up lu ulKht In u thousand years, how iocu At the same lime a seme ot Indians llames. With shouts of 'Victory to the would believe and adore ami preserve Foqs of Peru. USEUV-VER-LA- X on ponies hurst fioni the Umber on Cross" tho old time war eiy of Uyzun f Peru bus huudeds of squill o miles tltim, the Inlanders escaped In a launch for many generations tho rcmernbtiinci-othe alley and the opposite side of tliu city or Ood which hud been along lbs coust of rainless country. In which they had lu tow without the jodo towiinl him Hut overy .nlKht come out Ahead lay nariow pass Icudln to this tract rain Is never known to fall. loss of it .single man Piaetlcally the tliebo envoys of beauty and lljjht tho Vet the icglon la not entirely bauen of wholo safety. Tim rau begun of (lie cHptulu imsh.iV licet was universe with their iiiliiionMiInt,' Miille ihiftitciicil tho exniess vegetation. Soino parts of It. Indeed,' destroyed, and J.JWO lhes were lost, nntr mm ' SsSV-! Kmerson. USQ BsaP VSsfs.. headdress of , nro comparatively fertile. This Is duo "Thero Is an old Greek monustery messenger, lie wore the extraordinary fogs known ns to the a chief, ami Ids pony was lleetest about an hour's ride from Ktistro Psrlumo Has Weight. 1 Close together the horses sped to - "guruus." They prevail every night Which Is n gruwsomo mouiimeul of this summer Chuilea Ilazioni, a I'leneh iheniUt, I he nud Iho Indian wus ' from May to October after word imss. period. Us walld und alcoves nro faced that n Brain of ihusU has deinout-tinti-that Is sultry ami extend up to a level with tho skeletons of tho Chliiu.s jiiilnlug Momlilv to ,ivo off loses weight until It ceat-ereel uoovo mo en. a..--Thof Cody I tirneil In his saddle. )j- neighborhood. j lu this Its odor, after which Us weight ic- Indian chief hud lifted uu arrow l.COO feel mlu falls. "One of the chief products of Chios Is mains tho satue. This proves that per Peel right nil tho time. Don't lay o 4o his bow and even then was tlghtlng by t' u m nmstlc, nn aslilngcut which l& from work for daysVer-La- takiti calomel fumo Is cnused by volatile particles target. x keeps yor his An Eya to Business. grown In Iho southern part of the i.linn ntf in. iln when pleasant Lio- bndv his revolver. 1 uui Llko a Hash Cody drew on your feet, whilorolioviiiBypur troub'This play Is the worst over Island. It Is used as n guui and also , Now Wor,(, Seemlnzly ho tired without aim, so le. Safer too, and easy to tako. Donl ,itt.i 111...1 ,.u , it.mtii iii,.ii u .i..i to ileuutiitt my money nueii. 1 TsssL' tako anything else You can't afford ijulck was the iictlon. Tho Indian! "Wutt until after tho next net. old tur0Ul;il0llt ,u, tovniil us itn appetizer Jt. Eliminates poisons, cleunsco Eyo. A safe, old fashioned Juct His Sort. dropped from hi" saddle, hihI the pony man. Ten years elupco between nets t mn,wntfy before meals. It Is nu tern ami relieves constipation. A natlOinsHB City ' "Ulltlicrs has it mean dUposliloii." on t'life. 2, uud you can deiiutntl lnterebton remedy for worms. !Siiress sped ,oxleaMt (f llscil immoderately, ural remedy, natural in Its actions, euro Why. that mint "lie certainly has. Slur. your money for that length of lime. results. It j ,.0no feature of the scenery of Chios coaliau-ouSeventy-in Its effect utul certain in Ve-t t be 0 will Boston Transcript. i, tn pIctureMiue old wlnilmlll which woiiId,lllto nothing better limit won't bo lonjj before Lin- use is tli vt lesliiconial big, strapping six footer, with the Described. completely dlsplaco calomel in evert :irown the ridges und slopes along the fcliouldcrrs FKEVSVIiRMIRJCncsn ' of a iirkellghter, and go to "Pu, what Is incuiit liy h remlnlsceut home.i CliHdren can tako it ireoly an offet )ou. coast. The wheels in of very lingo ill- Mean Thlnfll I with lierfcct Bafcty. Every bpttlo uar KsrpsWn-sh.tca Kts't. ll mood"" engage meiislous and are (Kiel with sills, 'some health reeo'ii and strut uiound Muybcllo Seo tho beautiful antecd. DOc and $1 in bottles. Nona nil lln tep i Lttsuirtb.ivji "When your mother Is reminding mo ment lug Jack g.ivo me lust night. wbli h hiippl.t the inotlvo power for uuioiig tin Invalids." Birmingham ssJkc.khy renulno without tho ltkenes3 and sir na ' yog, druttirf of tho things I promised her before wo Ehtelle-tirudo- us! 25c. s ttJ Jlns that Juat got Blinding com. Owing n the possible v. .. -- w luro ui si. JV. J unr, .row rttkr cs were nmrileil she limy bo bant to uo in visitation of enrtliiiuulies. tho houses around to yon? Mlf 4, U1. Wt"i ll MM SIM !C mood, my boy.'-rM- roit - HiutforU, Kr Touching. JT. H. in ,Uirit ssJ vit'li kfuu ycsi s tU. a remliiUi'eiit WILLI AMS, nru rarely more than I wo toiles hlgli Ue prsrupllr. liig ho touches seems Kick I'ivs. and when senlteud tilmig the country Languaoo- Chlncss he touched E. & S. FREY, to turn to Bold. .llm-Y- cs; language Is reckoned to Mo tiro usually su.n.un.lo.1 by olive or mo today for u hovervigu. London miTiMnxr. mm. need wl.l.it add mm: tho Iaro to In- - true. Nothing can tnnot boTho Cl.ii.esounwieldy and Intrlcata lm ho most tot atlct) tu Kit u a A fmilt which needs ll n. lie. and charm of tho hluud." n or. wif--i' tfiUfiBi rMa. j existence. Horhert. , two CODY WAS SCARED BEWITCHED HIS HEARERS. r) Saved Girl's Life frm Black-Draught," J i! :a 11 J Jj 3 11 g UCK-DRAl""3!- iT n si I sud-denl- y .... nSer t ? Tur-kl.d- lul. 11 11 is wed-11n- Orea KM 10SerialsJ OS IgeYOUTirS COMPANION! Better Than Ever in 1915 1 Tar-klngto- n ' m.miii-tier.'- ' 1 11 theMriLine Get on NEW 11 x ro , 11 HOME tlsfc-r-ii d ' 11 Popular Science Mcmtmv m Kor-e.s- ts Sf 11 , , ' 11 , Mothers ? v 1,-- W e man-sacre- vrioliIMS v5 For Lazy Liver and the Troubles oi Constipation. i ' J iidiii-tferni- yrk Veritiluge Jr iw we umuKit ' JrL Lax i i I 11 1 ' - r, Ago-Ileral- vi ii vijij. b-- .Jciuilo-Ku'rylh- ! -- tw. .to tlirly. .U-atit- Saw. .VKsriinij-- Ti i7f;'i trr,fm.tsrrr V.J.J...A....- - , ll- deslrnblo In Roquefort. In Franco, Instructions will bo supplied, NARROW8 COMPANY AT TMK j A weird story comes from the Zoo-- lf shceps' milk Is used, but It seems as ENOUGH FOOD TO FRONT. moro Important logical Gardens, through tho columns tho process was tho sourco of tko milk. Tho ot tho Washington Herald, and this than (Dy J. II. Thomas.) is tho ostriches at tho Zoo become rapidly becoming West CARRY ON A WAR mtddlocheese Isproducing section tho peevish when thoy seo an Indian ofv great Tho tnlo is that when .1 country and will now bo ablcrjproach. On Sommo Front (via Undcrseas to lncrcaso Its Importanco In this NlVlcgatlon of red men comes to town Agency). Tho Narrows Company, to seo tho Qreat White father they HECRETARV VROOMAN COMPILE rCspect. hlko for tho Zoo as soon as thoy arc American volunteer patriots, Is at tho OTGURKS ON JMtODUCTlON OF Whllo as a matter of battlo front. Tho company's trainNECESSITIES. battleship, mount off tho train. An 80,000-to- n they bo ing camp Is protected from German a fact tho Indians, whether guns with h lug nfleen Apaches, Navajos or Diggers, wear guns by n cliff 300 fcot high. Rear spcea ol 9 """"V ' " ,, ",, " " . , feathers nowadays, thoy still seem Capt. J. II. Thomas solcctcd tho nlto. ,.- -, w havo a mania for collecting them All well except Lieutenant John Will OTHER UArllAL WUllia rnuhl omn or. Ths ship u,""-"-,,twould 'Tho story goes on: Hurt nnd prlvnto Bert Potty havo octho limit afforded by tho Panama Ca- -' "Tho Zoo gives tho crafty old hoys casional attacks of tho ague. Theso a ., .. . ..... nal and American harbors. Such a great opportunity. Out there Is attacks commonly follow tho flrlns h ()f g75 a lino string of ostriches which wan of heavy German slogo guns. Ilocrults Indians Unpopular feet and beam of 10S feet. Theso der nlong tho wlro fento all unsits- At Tho Zoo. Tho arrival of tho American com. figures have been prepared by tho t g no Mck for r qulck pany was reported to tho British . Navy Department, in response to a hnml (j Tho Commander, Halg. Tho General IVitlil ( 'nil f? 1"PSH IOT StUCIli iw... ww.-peacocks roam nt will through tho cald Halg did not approve of tho Washington, Fob. 28. While It cations ot tho biggest lighting craf m(l an n)8o mMy p,ucUe(,iilll(l company having two captains but afTho Qenwal ,cren th(j aro roolsh Is undcuiablo thnt tlio prices ot food that couhl bo used. ter explanations ordered that t'apt. however, is ""BOmet,mM to lpt stuffs to the consumer aro at this Hoard of tho Navy, lhcr rcathers pro- - Charlie Neal direct tho morning drill prepared to recommend tho construe- tinio IiIbIi. It bns been dclermlncd throUKh tIlu wlro scrccn. and Capt. Thomas that In tho afterHi- clcaM. ..Th(j ImUans ,nm,e sllch thnt tlicro is a. ample food supply lion of such a ship because the no noon. Capt. Neal, who Is mi ropcan war has as yet brought Tho Department of In this country. n bU ago (Jmt gcvom, of Jho M. directed tho first morning maquestion as pchcji ,ookc1 Agrlculturo lu Washington, through successful answer to Iho as ,f thcy hil ,)Con neuvers with fine order, but at tho to what types are moro desirable. ,Jcl(.,ulll (UU, tho pencockB Wero noon mess hour Thomas was nowhere Asblstant Secretary Carl Vrooman, en auu. u has conducted an independent inves- - to cicveiop me vamu about tho sorriest looking things in to bo seen, and great anxiety wa3 felt tlgatlon, tho results of which show it would be necessary to construct theso parts. for his bafety. But about two that there is enough food stuffs pro- - not less than five, because the craft"The Indians have gotten In bo ba.l hlj to would be unsuitable to net In unl- with Superintendent Holllstcr that o'clock ho appeared stripped to duccd within tho United States major units ot ilicy are about as wolcomo as pick- union suit. "Attention!" ho sternmect wartime need. Mr. Vrooman son with the other $50.would fl,i nmt wiih Ibe exception of tea, then licet. Each ship 1... t t cost iiLilrnil- pockets, and when a delegation ly ordered, "Stack arms! Surplus ft 1. tt ,. n .1 rt l.n Follow cqulppago to the giouml! lnl. In . ,ieaveg ,n 8,kM soveral kcel,cr!l aro coffco and possibly rice, all the food uuu.uuu. wi.hu uie mo!" and tho finest foot race over the United for in the pending naval bill will , , t(J folIow tIem needed by the people of btaged on the continent followed -- " j.-"" ""- - t States is produced in more man sui- Capt. Thomas Hying like a wild Card of Thanks. In this country, ships would bo of about tJ.UOu tons. flclent quantities Wc wish to extend our thanks to steam engine, ran seven miles to th.i This is true of nil necessaries and tea compajiml coffee aro classed as luxuries. The Navy League of the United tho many friends and members of the sea and every member of tho ny was close at his heels. Capt olll-- ! local lodges of which ho was a mem- Tho experts of tho Agricultural states, after consultation with has compiled figures clals of the Navy Department, has ber, for the kindness and sympathy Neal refused to practice the nrt of Department campaign shown us in the late bereavement retreat, saying lie was hero to light, showing that more than 11,000,000 undertaken a country-wid- e ot meat aro produced here an- - in aid of recruiting for both the naval and death of our son and brother, not to footrace for his country. tons As soon ns tho wireless was set in nually and about 20,000 tons 1m- - service and the newly created naval William Condlt Llics. order Captain Nenl sent the Kaiser Mrs. Mary P. Llics and Family. ported. Tho Imports como chiefly reserves. Tho League will also fur-froa message that wo were here, against Canada and Aus- - nish to tho men on the fighting ships Argentina, which action Thomas strongly proequip-wheof corn, needed articles of clothing Surprise Ilirtbday Dinner. Tho production tralla. ot Horse nranch, tested, and a little later a German annually ment, comfort and hospital stores not Dr. J. S. Dean, and rlco averages 4,000,000,000 bushels; the imports now furnished by the Government, was pleasantly surprised (by his rela- wireless was picked up in which tho n, tives and friends February 13, that Kaiser ordered tho submarine combeing about 5,000,000 bushels of The enlisted force is now over Tho dining room manders to speed up tholr work to G,000,0JD0 bushels of wheat and 000 men short of even peace time being his birthday. advantages and was tastefully decorated with valen- end the war before the Americans Wheat complement. The 2,500,000,000).pounds of rice. cot Into action. and white potatoes total 450,000,000 pleasures of a career In the Navy arc tine suggestions. j Tho second day over there was a bushels, while only 200.000 bushels not generally understood by men in Those present and that rememare imported. Mr. Vrooman says civil life. These advantages will be bered the occasion were: Mr. Wal- sensation in camp when Henry Carter ter Creep, Miss Mlnnlo Leach, Mr. and Tarlton Loyd came marching In that this country produces slightly explained only to the posslblo two billion pounds of sugar and crults but will be placed before men and Mrs. W. O. Rold and son, Charles, dripping wot and shivering cold. They imports Ave and a half billion pounds of prominence In every community Mls's Ida Vandevcr, Mrs. Olllo Perry, had swam the Atlantic to fight for almost entirely from Cuba; seven for their consideration, so that thoy Mrs. Ed .Eisler, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon their country. Tho dramatic arrival and a half billion gallons of milk, may understand the true situation, Crowder, Mrs. Lon White, Mrs. Will of theso American patriots was flashand Imports only a small quantity European experiences show that Do Hart, Mrs. John Pierce, Miss Pearl ed by wireless to the Allies' trenches in condensed form, most of It from while tho Government clothing Rains, Mrs. W. Myrtle, Mr. Carson and wild cheers nroso from tho whol! American fish are put on fit is satisfactory In pcaco'tltne, It Is Gary, Mrs. Chloe Sanders, Dr. L. U. 200 miles of battle line. Tho Gertho market to an aggregate of one deficient for war service. Men Ilean, Hartford, Mr. John Goilsey, mans must have gotten wind of tho pounds annually; butter, two not be as thoroughly alert and Mr. and Mrs. W H. McDanlel, Miss arrival of tho daring American reponRds; eggs, two billion doz- - fectlve when they are uncomforta-en- . Zell Lyons, Miss Mary Daniel, Mrs. cruits for tho Kaiser immediately It would take a very success- - ble as when they are provided with Ernest Truman, Chrlsta Bruner, sent another speed up message to ful invasion on the part of any for- - mufflers, whlstlets and such articles Olaton; Mr. W. D. Bean, Dundeo; tho submarino captains. eign power to give the Government to protect them from the flying Mrs. John Moore, Elizabcthtown; Mr. j Tho recrull3 wero given dry cloth-- , cause for worry so far as tho food spray. The Navy League has moro R. E. McDanlel, Louisville; Mr. Jim ing and put to bed, and Canteen Bearer, McFluke, administered hot supply of tho United States Is con- -' than 350,000 members, many of McDanlel, San Antonio, Tex. brandy la allopathic doses. Tho boys them women, and these are asked cerued. ONE PRESENT. and members liked the remedy, overdosed, and for , to knit for the sailors e Experts In the dairy division of of the marine corps. A fund is several days wero not able to answer EPIGRAMS FROM THE aro ing raised to provide financial relief Department Agricultural SPANLSH-AMEHtCAWAR roll call. making a fine quality of Roquefort for those dependent upon the enllst-checs- o Capt. Thomas insisted upon digExcuso me, Blr; I have to report men. This is not a charity by that the ship has been blown up and ging in. Gen. Halg and Capt. Neal from ordinary cows' milk. Ev-'e- d periments along these lines have any means, but a patriotic, Anthony, of the thought tho cliff protection enough Bill is sinking. conducted for eight years. Tho tive service. Some of those but the company sided with Thomas Maluo. laboratories have con- - fled with this fund are Rear Admiral Capt. Sigs-bee- 's and tho dirt Is Hying. Inspired by Suspend Judgment. Thomas' constant admonition that eluded that tho work has made suf- - Walnwrlght, who as commander ot First Message to Washington. yacht Glouchester, flclent progress, and the experiments the converted is nature's first Remember tho Maine. Commobeen so successful that they are about sunk tho Spanish torpedo boats In dore Schley's Signal to the Flying law," men llko Oliver Willis, Dud Harbor, Rear Admiral Squadron. ready to glvo tho particulars to the Santiago Fentress, Dad Maples and Bert Petty, cheese makers ot this country. In- - ( Charles A. Ciark. who as captain ot Don't hamper mo with Instruc- who were never known to work stead of ripening tho cheese In caves the battleship Oregon made tho hie-a- s tions; I am not afraid of tho entire aro digging like a terrier after is dono In Franco, tho ripening toric crulso around Cape Horn, Mrs. Spanish fleet with my ship. Capt. a rat. Capt. Neal says, after a visit process is completed in special re-- ! Gcorgo Dewey, widow ot tho Admiral, Clark, of the Oregon, to tho Board of to tho trenches, that they are already s well as other prominent men and Strategy. frlgorators which provide tho so deep tho diggers can hear tho roosquired degree of dampness, and as women from all sections of the Unit-- si you aro ready, ters crowing in China, but tliu boys You can Are when matter of fact are better than tho cd States. Knitting materials will Grldley. Commodoro Dewey at Ma- keep faithfully digging. Orders - j bo furnished to those women who caves. The cheeso is properly colwere received from General Halg this nila. morning barring tho canteen from the ored and contains tho green mold will agree to knit, and samples and h To h with breakfast; let's tho firm action of A Yankee gunner to camp and only 'cm now. Captain mutiny. Neal prevented Commodore Dewey. CROWDING HIM. killed me, but Rear Cuptain Thomas had to bo put The battlo of Manila Capt. Gridloy, in Irons, and canteen bearer McFluke I would do it again. resigned In disgust. The clever hu on his deathbed. of tho Olympla, Don't get between my guns and tho morist may tell a different tale about to It when ho gets back to Hartford, Dnwcy enemy. Commodoro ss-5- C r'-rZ,. but Ills case was, no moro French Prlnco Heury of Germany. v.Li. I ur-Prlvato got them now and thcy will cognac, no moro soldier. Pvo &rrs;r r" i aSflS3ir3-- 3 ! ui never get home. Commodoro Schley Sam Bennett, the company's foragor lju i. for buttermilk, has visited tho vll --? ETTINGon guard at Santiago Harbor. OUT" There must bo no moro recalls; lages for miles around nnd has col twenty-seve- n rich OF MY OWN Iron will break at last. Lieut. Hob-so- n lected n list of widows. Sam is preparing to Admiral Sampson. Don't mind me, boys; go on fight- to expatrlato himself. The War Correspondent. ing. Capt. Allyn Capron. of the Rough Riders. Capt. CIRCUIT COURT CONVENES Talco that for tho Malno. IN SPECIAL SESSION Sigisbco as ho llrod a shot through tho, Spanish torpedo boat Terror. Circuit Court convened lu special Shafter Is fighting, not writing. Adjt. Gen. Corblu to Secretary Al- session hero last Monday with Judge Judge ger, when tho latter asked for news R. W. Slack on tho bunch. Slack directed this week of extra from tho .front. A'Afc" War is not a picnic. Scrgt. Ham- court in order to catch up with tho ilton Fish, of tho Rough Riders, to business at this point. Tlicro will bo no Intermission between this nnd his mother. Who would not gamblo for a now tho regular March term, which comstar In the flag? Capt. Buckey mences on next Monday, tho Eth. At tho hour of going to prcbu the O'Neill, of tho Rough Riders. I'll strain my guns nt lon,3 following cases had been called and Afraid rntiRo; I'll closo In. Lieut. Wain-wrlgb- t, disposed of as Indicated: W. D. Hocker vs. J. I. liausli, of tho Glouchester, In tho Noah Coatu vs. Byron Taylor confight with Cervera's squadron. Don't cheer, boys tho poor devils tinued by agreement until May term. W. M. Heflln vs. John ar dylng.Cupt. Philip, of the Tcx-n- s. .by agreoment until May term, Rockport Drain Tllo Co. vs. L'rnlo I want to make public acknowlon motion of edgment that I believe lu God, tho Cuitls contluued Capt. Philip, of plaintiff. Father Almighty vs. Fox Bros O. T. O'Bannon tljo Texas,, .The M.alnO Is avenged. L'lout continued nnd set. to 2nd day of tho "' JValnwrlgiit? "fl'r ll destruction of May ternii Wallace v. James dlMulxsed, set Corvora's fleet. Gttono In Nv York kvcnina Telcg-- bo . SEE I ap-th- ls CARSON & CO'S New Spring Line of lS-iuc- ' wn" I Kavy-wajru- o ij.hs I Coat Suits in all the now shades for spring, from 817.50 to 822.50. Also new line of Spring Coats, cither stripe or cheek, the very thing you want for early wear, priced at from 84 to 811. We have a new line of Spring Shirt Waists, from 50c to 85, the very thing for your new suit. 5 tivi. n ,,,. u, ... m...,. wi m 20,-cor- We are also receiving new goods every day. Come in and see what we have and arc getting all the time in new goods. re-ov- er Carson Si t7coiironv.T,i:3 Co. out-Cana- can-billi- HartFord, Ky. L. L. Leach. Precinct No. 6. tled. Plaintiff recovered J32.G0 and Henry Felix, Precinct No. 22. cost. Pickerel! vs. Tatum continued It. M. Miller, Precinct No. 31. C. D. Hudson, Precinct No. 23. end set forward to 7th day of March term. S. W. Bllbro, Precinct No. 27 Maddox vs. Brown continued and It. B. Barrett, Precinct No. 13. set to 3rd day May term. E. E. Fuquay, Precinct No. 20. Smith vs. Howard In bands of J. W. Nabours. Precinct No. 22. Jury. Polu Miles. Precinct No. IS. G. W. Crumes. &c. ,vs. I. C. It. It. Shelby Ashley, Precinct No. Id. Co. on trial. Joo 8. Bennett, Precinct No, 3. The following havo been empanIt. II. Taylor, Product No. 7. eled for duty as petit Jurors during Tom Harrison, Precinct No. 2S. tho special term: J. W Smiley, J. W. Butler, Precinct No. C Scott Huff, Tom Duke, Noah Baize, Fred Bowling, Precinct No. 2S. Frank Fralze, John Hamilton, Willis Chnrllo Howard, Prccnct No. 1. Harl. J. P. Cheek. A. M. Harnett. Isaac Cooper, Precinct No. C. Flnloy Carter, Joo Hagerman, J. W. M. E. Glllam. Precinct No. 5. Thomas, Tbin Anderson, Cato ForeBrico Heflln, Precinct No. 25. man, Harrison Flener, II. A. Balrd, Elvis Taylor, Precinct No. 13. Sam Sha'fer. N. G. BoBwell, O. 13. Scott, N. W. Moncloy. A True American. One of tho last week's numerous Tho following list of persons havo pa been sumoncd from which tho Grand applicants for naturalization Jury nnd Potlt Juries for tho regu- pers proved without answering that ho Is eminently quallar March term wHl bo selected: pirriT .h'rv ucni'LAit term. ified for American citizenship. Others, no doubt, wero nblo to demon-strat- o Moii.day, March !i, tholr fitness, but it rcmalne.l r. O. Coffman, Precinct 27. for this mnn to do tho thing with, 0. R. Tlnshy. Precinct No. 23. Clnronco Plrtlo. Precinct No. .10. a certain deftness that approachof Told at tho naturaliJas. W. Fanner, Precinct No. 5. the artistic. zation olllc that ho would havo to J. A. Bellamy. Precinct No 20. wait until somebody could servo 1. N. Ford. Precinct No. 11. him, ho remarked hat ho wlshod W. A. Davis, Precinct No. 14. to attend n matlnco and went away, .!. W. Forman, Precinct No 4 promising to come back aunthor W. C. Ashley. Precinct No. .1. time. C. W. Slovens, Precinct No. J. This man belongs. Ho Is no Sherman Coleman, Precinct N'o. $. alien who has kept his eyes J D. St. Clair, Precinct Mo. 22. closed since ho has beon in tho V. C. Truman Precinct No 11) country. Tho very pores of hlq skin E. T. Ropdor, Precinct No. IT.. havo absorbed American Instincts. N. H. Kown. Precinct No. 10. There wquld bo other naturalization Isaac Shown, Precinct No. ' days ot courbo, but tho theater Alledoro Brown, Precinct No. might catch firo, tho star might Cluudo Rcnfrow, Precinct So t or a succumb to angina pectoris, W. II. Bean, Precinct No. Ifi. friend might touch him tor tho adNo. :t. A. M. Carson, Precinct mission prlco beforo ho could buy W. B. Barnard, Precinct No. 2. tickets, It Is a lucky thing for thft Bill Smith, Precinct No. 12. country thnt tho naturalization seaErnie Hell, Precinct No. 7. son doesn't always conflict with ft Precinct No. 11 V. baseball schedule. Precinct No. Warren Hol-rer- , I. N. Lauham, Product No. 5, T. D, Owen, Precinct No. 25. PETRO-MENT- A W. F. Coffman, Precinct No. 27, W. F. GossrU, Precinct No. 21. 0. V. Barnes, Precinct Wo. 14 . Jack Hale, Precinct No. IK. An hmiltiahlo Household Remedy T. B. Boll, Precinct No. 23. J. R. Williams. Precinct No. 13 And Is especially for otllcacIouB Wlnson Smith, I'mMnct No. 10. Croup, Golds, Soro Throat aud Chest. A. K. Grahiim, Precinct No. 2S. Kqiii'iiIkui, Cbtips. Burnsv Aching Buck Mitchell. Preduct No. 4. Muhdes, Lumbago, Bruises, Cute, Grand Jury. Sprains, etc. Ira Hale, Precinct No. IS. It (lives Prompt Roller. W. A .Maddox, Precinct No, 15. For sale by Ohio County Drug John Hoover, Precinct No. Co. Prlco 20 cents, A. Llo)d, Precinct "No. 15. W. , be-th- N Identl-expcrlmcn- bo-for- e, re-,a- 1 lln-is- 'tSC"- v " tfVfc-3"CROWP- JL5 - eJvi S5S5S r?2 BGPfS mar-ilagab- lo SALVE.. . i 1 wniw't ij nil j