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FRANKFORT HITS ' Jlarlfrrrft DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF x AU THE PEOPLE OF OHIO 'COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No, 36 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 1917. honor,' sho pledges tho flowor of her j I AT FILIBUSTERS glorious manhood as her guaranty that sho will help defend tho Dag nnd liberty of our great country. Louis-- j vlllo Herald. (JKIIMAXY INTENDED TO HULK MEXICO AFTER UAH ALL HOOKS AND NO BAIT. i ni'i . I I Nogales, ArU., March 4. Tho con- quest of Mexico and making thnt country a German empire, ruled by one of tho Hohcnzollerns was GerSTONE TOLD TO RESIGN many's ultimate object In her gigantic plot to stir strife on tho American Continent. This fact was learned Thursday, Each House Adopts' Drastic Terms from high, unimpeachable uuthorlty In ProtWliiK Agalnxt Fnto Of here. This source Is authority for Armed Ship lltll. tho following outline of the Germanic plan of conquest of America and Mex-ico. senate dozen ydexouxced kkxtucky traitors legislature. 11 ah Ship and corgo, valued at between $3,000,000 and $4,000,000, must bo LIKELY TO ARM delivered within thirty days, is the court's order Is final. Tho decision, written by Justice MERCHANT Day, afllrms decroes by Federal Judge Waddill, of Virginia, and upholds tho original ruling by Secretary Lansing that prizes coming Into American WILSON WILL FRORABLY TAKH STEP IN SPITE OF UNCERports unaccompanied by captor warTAINTY OF LAW. ships have tho right to remain only long enough to make themselves seaworthy. SHIPS t ' FRICTION ARISES BETWEEN STANLEY AND COHEN Louisville, Ky., March 2. Commissioner of Agrlculturo Mats. Cohen and tho members of tho state fair board met today In the Republic building to award contracts for tho next fair. Bandmasters, promoters and conces amusement slonarlcs have submitted to terms, and practically all of tho amusement features will be engaged before tho season is over. Mr. Cohen said he expected tho meeting to run over until tomorrow. There is a well defined rumor to night that a stormy session was held. Friction has arisen between Gov, Stanley and Mr. Cohen. EXTRA SESSION IN MAY Con- i Kitchen Mokes Prediction After ference May Convoy I rW t - If tho form of the action has bocn determined upon it was not revealed. Tho possibilities are tho arm' 11. J I that L!J err- ing of American mcrchantment by tho Government In splto of old statutes construed by some officials to name, cliaractorlzliiB them as WALTER RUSSELL DEAD disloyal, unpatriotic, traitprohibit such action; tho convoying CHOMJVELL CITIZEN DEAD orous and cowardly." Tho resolution Former Rockport , Postmaster Passed of tho vessels by warships; the calling of an extra session tin- - declaration that concludes with Away After 10 Days' Illness. Gentry Follow Wlfr, Who Kentucky stands ready to do hor Mr. .fohn Des Moines Rtgistar. of Congress, and tho placing of AmerDied In January, to Grave. part In upholding the honor of tho Mr. Walter Russell, for many years ican ships desiring to pass through Nation and protecting Its citizens. postmaster at Rockport, died at his tho danger zone under Government Mr. John Gentry died at his home INVASION OF INDIA WILSON TAKES OATH Tho house adopted a resolution rehome In the.latter city .Monday after- control. Roports conveyed to the Presldonf ported by a special committee com- In Cromwell 8unday night folnoon about six o'clock. ComplicaNot posed of Representatives L. M. Smith, lowing a stroke of apoplexy. PLOTTED IN THE U.S. FOR SECOND TIME tion of dleetut'S is said to be tho during the day that the prospects are W. C. O. Hobbs nnd S. M. O'Brien. two months separated tho deaths of cause of the death of the well known, axcellcnt for prompt and favorable It denounces the offending Senators husband nnd wifo. action on his suggestion for a roviV citizen, .. Mr. Gentry "was ono of the oldest lu the moHt vigorous terms. He was seventy-fiv- e years old and lou of the Senate rules so that action citizens of COUPLE IN NEW YORK ADMIT WEATHER HAD FOR THE INAU- and most prominent Text Of Resolution. leaves two sons and threo daughters. can bo secured on an armed neutralCromwell, being past S2 years old. GI'HATIOX PART IX PLANS SAY THE PRESIDENT He was a member of the Presbyterian ity resolution were believed to bring resolution Senator Zimmerman's Tho remains wero Interred In tho WARNS COUNTRY. POLICE. the calling of an extra session nearfollows: church and the Masonic lodge. GrcenHiver ceinctory Monday after- .j. , , -, j pending In noon at 1 o'clock. Tho Cromwell "Whereas, a The remains were interred Tues- er. May OongrcGs, known as tlio 'armed neu- lodge of Masons conducted the cereThe Law. "i-Whilday afternoon In the Rockport cemetrality' bill, was passed by the House monies. New York, Murch C. Dr. C. Han-adsomo officials, notably those .Washington, Match fi. President tery. The services wero conducted of Representatives by a, olo of 403 at tho State Department, have adChakiabcrty, a Hindoo physiVINon took the oath of oluce in pub- by Two son3 and two daughters sur to 13, and whereas, certain lic at 12:4i" o'clock this afternoon vised tho President that ho has full vive. They are, J. G. Gentry, Llvor-nior- cian nnd a German, w"Fre arrested disloyal, unpatriotic, traitorous powor o arm merchantmen without on charges of conspiring to set ind delivered his Inaugural address COUNTY SCHOOL TRUSTEES Richard Gentry, Cromwell; IN MASS MEETING HERE congressional action, others feel that and cowardly Senators, namely Clapp, Mrs. Frank Cooped Ueaver Dam, and up u military expedition against a before a great crowd, which packed Cummins, (Ironnn, Kenyon, La Toi- Mrs. Lovo Baunon. Littlo Rock, foreign country on friendly relations tho plaza at the east front of th; such a step would bo stretching tho About fifty of the one hundred and' law, and therefore would bo inadvis lette, Norrls, Works, Klrby, Lane, Ark. with tho United States. The police Capitol. O'Gorman, Stono and Vardaman, takVice President Marshall had bf?n sixteen common school district trus- able. say tho men confessed that they had ing ndvantasc of 'Senatorial courte TRAPPED IX FUHX1SHIXG It is pointod out, however, that any plotted under direction of Wolf von Inaugurated In the Senate chamber tees attended tho meeting here en sy' and Senato rules, refused to allast Saturday. The County Board restrictions surounding tho arming INFORMATION TO GERMANY Igel to Invade India by way of Chi a few inlnute-- i before. low said 'armed neutrality' bill to be With a new consecration in the was reorganized by tho election of of vessels do not apply to supplying na. voted upon tho Senate, knowing full Ofll-ceVon Igel, Indicted but never tried nation's service, Minneapolis, Minn., March t. the President, Chalrmeu and Secretaries for the var- convoys. Tho best judgment of tho Divisions as fol- Navy Department has beon against well that upon tho passage of said of tho First Minnesota Infantry, for complicity in an alleged plot to touching on the International crisis-- , ious Educational lows: measure depended tho lives of hun- returning convoying for strategical reasous.but y no destroy tho Wetland Canal, is with declared there rnuld now be Jo Fort Snelllng Division No. l J. M. Hoover, It was considered possible thnt if no dreds of brave American seamen; from tho Mexican border, announced Count von Dornstorff, former German turning back trom the tragical knowing thnt Germany had repeated- that Paul Scharfenbcrg, of St. Paul, Ambassador to the United Status, events of tho last thirty months, chulrman; E. L. Bennott, secretary. other way Is found this course might Division No. 2 011a Dufr, chair- be adopted. ly Insulted the Hug, torpedoed ships a prlvato in Company L, First Min- who Is approaching Copenhagen on which have brought upon Ameriin dollauco of International law and nesota Infantry, was sentenced to five the steamer Frederick VIII. Tho President was understood to cans a new responsibility as citizen? man; A. T. Lloyd, secretary. jitmt to watery graves hundreds of years' imprisonment, Division No. 3 H. S. Carter, feel that the tying up of American de From Von Igel, acordlng to the of tho world. The President at Fort Leavenour bravo citizens; knowing that wo worth, Kan., February G, by a court-mnrtl- police, Dr. Chakiabcrty and Sckun-ne- r, clared anew that America must chairman; Mack Daniel, secretary. vessols In port cannot be allowed to Division No. 4 H. O. Autry. chair continuo much longer. wero bolng forced to abandon tho Ho also be of free who have been suspected for stand for peace, stability at San Antonio, Tex., for fur high sens and ceaso our commercial nishing military Information to lieves that it has been clearly demonsome time, received ?C0,000, aud'the peoples, national equality In matters man; Ernest Basham, secretary. Division No. 5 A. N. Wilson, strated that tho nation stands behind Intercourse with other nations, and mimoo, posing us a Persian mer- of right, that the seas must be freo wore being laughed to scorn by Gerpassport which en to all and that the family of nations chairman; Richard P. Coleman, sec- him in advocating steps to defend A letter addressed to relatives In chant, obtained a retary. many mid hor allies; knowing that Germany, asserting Amroican lives and rlghs. thnt 10,000,000 abled him to get to Merlin. In this shall not support any Governments Division No. 0 Nat Llndley, Germany was making earnest efforts Germans In this country wero ready connection an additional charge of not derived from the consent of the Evtra Session In May. chairman; Alvin Ross, sccrotary. to bring us into war with Mexico and to riso up against tho Government in fraudulently obtaining a passport has governed. When Representative Kltchln, tho Prof. F. C. Sutton, of Frankfort, Democratic leader lu tho House, left .Japan as was conclusively shown by tho event- - of war with Germany, Sounding a solemn warning to the was been mado against the physician. tho letter written by Germany's For- Intercepted by Hritlsh authorities his parting infornation agnlnst any faction or Intrigue Rural School Supervisor for tho State for home Dr. Chuklnhcrty, acordlng to nl- County Attorney A. D. Kirk each mation to his colleagues was that an eign Secretary, Von Zimmerman; and turned over to Washington confession, revealed his plans to break tho harmony or embarrass and knowing that our country was swarm- clals, according to the spirit of the American people, the delivered splendid and Instructive ad- extra session of Congress would bo statements by tho Jot' an Invasion of India, to certain ing with Gorman spies; that bridges called not later than tho mlddlo of an America dresses. In Uorllu nnd then returned President called for Scharfenbcrg ts a native of tlclnls May. Mr. Kltchln had been In coufer-enc- o and munitions plants had been ruth- Germany. "united In feeling, In purpose, aud In to New York, whero he aud Von Igel ROOSEVELT DECLINES TO with President Wilson nnd mado lessly destroyed, and not knowing ' prepared literature printed lu various Its vision of duty, of opportunity and Col. Erlo D. Luce, commanding DERATE ON PREPAREDNESS this prediction after tho conference, how boon plots would bo uncovered tho regiment, and Capt. In tho house of borviee," P. L. Mc- - native India languages. ..,..... ,. i, ... .... . although a Cabinet member was au At tho conclusion of his address the tuudiHiwmniuuur uo.jC,uy r0B,melltm adjutant. In con- - lu West 120th Street, where tho two New York, March G- .- --Theodore thority for tho statement yesterday stroy our nnvy yards and naval and ; (lrlnlng (ho Bt()ry of Scharfenbcrg'a !non wero arrested today tho police President led tho Inaugural procesmilitary stores, sink our ships nnl jactlvltlcn, declared that ho had pro- - seized largo quantities of literature sion back to tho White House where Uosevelt has declined an Invitation thnt an extra session is unlikely be of representatives of tho Congress fore "the first of Juno or the last of otherwise and further humiliate aud )(Uc,C(, , hia ,0(tor Uint ,,rC8,dcilt found also a complete chemical It passed In review beforo him. Tho day began under leaden clouds of Forums to debate the subject May." ,.., WW ! uiBcrcuu UBUiuuiiK iuciishiohh Ul inolU'llB..ii w.m.1.1 usw l,o. ..... Will ..- I wuia 1IUMIU l( il.iliornnrr. that threatened to spill rain or hwv of preparedness In this city with earth: Sckunner and Chakiabcrty later tho way," and had stated that "the Tho Filibusters. "Therefore, be It resolved by tho 100,000 troops on the border would furnished bonds aud wero released. at any moment, A cold, raw wind William Jennings Bryan, it was announced laBt night. Mr. Bryan, it Washington, March C. Thirteen whipped tho Kentucky Senate: d decorations, In making arrangements to get ball, not stand up If put against an was explained, had accepted tho In- Senators declined to sign tho decwater-logge- d "First That wii condemn in unChaktnberty displayed a certified of tho capital and swept the force." vitation, but asserted lu a letter that laration favoring the passago of the measured terms tho outrageous action grandstands which huvrt check for $10t000. Si stood under drenching downpours he thought It would bu wIeo to wait armed neutrality bill, hut ono of of tho aforomentloned Senators as CHILD DIES UNDER KNIFE; until the present international crisis them, Senator Penrose, Republican, bolng unmanly, unpatriotic, for nearly a week. FATHER FIRES AT SURGEONS DEALS MADE RECENTLY HY was past. Ho aUo said ho did not of Pennsylvania, announced that he unparalleled and unwarrant" FARMERS OF OHIO COUNTY MIKSINU FORDSVILLE ROY think tho debate should bo continu- would have voted for tho bill had ed. Kenosha, Wis., March 2. Drs. IS FOUND AT MACKO ed to ono city, but that he and Col. oportunlty beon afforded him. Tho Pledge Aid To WI1m.ii. John L. Cleary and Georgo Ross. Farmers of Ohio county who havo Roosevolt should travel over the twelve who went on record with tho wo conmend tho prominent Ju tho medical "becond Thnt profess Leon holding their cattle whllo tho ( Herbert Grllfln, of the House sou of country, each paying his own expen- thirteen members patriotic membera of both branches, Ion of this city, narrowly escaped I market steadily Increased are begln- - W T Grimth. of Fordsvlllo, who dis- ses and charging no admission to the against granting to President Wilour National Congress for their death hero last night, when Sam'ning to turn looso of their holdluga. ' of son tho authority ho usked from appeared from his home Monday, was public. v patriotism In standing by our Prcsl- - Leonette. un Italian, crazed by tho j Tho following deals have been made' Col. Roosevelt's reply to the rep Congress In tho crisis wero: located Raturday near Maceo. Young In laiug aside all political dlf' death of a dent, child, who hero recently: Democrats Grllllth started out to see the world, resentative of tho Congress of ForKlrby, Arkansas; ferouccs nnd looking first aud al- had succumbed to diphtheria dur- Acting for Wilson & Miller, of Ow- but ho had somo rolntives living near ums said In part: Lane, Oregon; O'Gnrmau, Now York; ways to tho honor and safety of our ing tho progress of un oporntlou by ensboro, C. P. Turner bought 28 hoad Maceo, so ho Btopped there. Ills fath"I cannot accept your propubul of Stone, Missouri; Vardaman, Missisbeloved country nnd showing tho tho surgeons, opened Tiro on them of cattle from Black & Uarrass this er was notified and he Immediately the 21st becauso I regard It as a sippi 5. world that, whllo wo muy havo isolat- with n rovolver. Tho two physicians weok. The avorago weight was wont to get Republicans Clapp, Minnesota; his runaway son. He waBto of time to debate nondebatublo ed cases of torylsm, as In Revolution- leaped through a window and es- - around 1,000 pounds. 0c was was returned to his home Saturday subjects. To debate with Mr. Bryan Cummins, Iowa; Gronna, North Daary days, we aro as true to our coununder tho Insistent tiro of thu'celved. his views against national prepared kota; Kenyon, Iowa; La Follette, afternoon. Owensboro Inquirer. try and (lag today as wero tho he-- Italian. Neither was struck. Kerry Rial last week sold his 11 uess, would, In my judgment, bo pre- Wisconsin; Norrls, Nebraska; Works, rocs 'and luurtvrs of the American. head to tho same llrm at !c per APPAM TO HE RESTORED 7. cisely on a par with debating the California I colonies. pound. MARRIAGE LICENSE ISSUED marof monogamous forkh imrriBii owners "Third Thut for aud on behalf SINCE OUR LAST REPORT Wilson & Miller also bought 15 riage, or the morality of abolishing Taxes Due. of old Kentucky, wo send solemn ashead of cattlo from J. A. Caldwell tit Washington, March 6. lu a unan- patriotism, or tho advantage of the Taxes to tho town of Hartford for surances of sympathy nnd loyalty to Kurl Maden, Suunydale, to Eurtnal tho samo price paid Rial nnd Dlack imous opinion tho Supreme Court y reintroductlnu of slavery, or tbo right tho year 1017 aro now duo. Re' President Wilson, and assure hliu Tucker, Suimydale. & Ilarrass. ordered restoration to her Eng- of Judges to accept bribes from suit- member that the penalty good on that Kentucky stands ready to do R. G. Abhby, Centortowu, to I.ottlo Illack & Darrass bought two line lish owners of tho liner Appam and ors, or the duty of submission to tho April 1, and save this additional cost hor part In upholding tho honor of Pearl Carlisle, Centortowu mules horn Elvis Henry, of route cargo, brought Into Hampton Roads divine right of kings, or thn proprie- by paying now. "Render unto Cae our country and protectlug its cltl-- . Eden Douglass, Cromwell, lo Zuru 7, this week. Consideration was more than a year ago by a prize ty of action hucli as that of Benedict sar that which belongs to Caesar." zens and while Mto Is for 'peaco and Shtold, Select crew from the Gorman raider Moewe Arnold." 'JQtf B P CASKBIER, Marshal I nut glveu for publication. .- Frankfort. Ky., March C. , An nllianco between Mexico and denouncing an "traitorous" Germany for war on tho United tho conduct of tho twelve United States. States Senator who prevented action Tho exodus of 400,000 German on tho armed neutrality bill, and citizens trom tho United States to plodging "thn flower of Kentucky's Mexico, these Gormans to bo Incordorloun manhood" to tho mainte- porated Into the alljod nance of American rights, were army. Adopted In both branches of tho GenThen tho treacherous seizure of eral Assembly today. Mexico by Germuuy after that repub-li- e Tho Senate adopted a resolution had been squeezed dry of every.introduced by Scnntor Zimmerman. thing It could offer In aid to Germatt niontlnni thn twelve Senators by ny. Heso-lution- ' I German-Mexica- n Washington, March 7. New action by President Wilson within the next few days in tho situation resulting from tho German unrestricted submarine campaign was forecast cony fidently in Administration quarters. 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Mnti 'N. i.iimut lill b Itlkl bllll fill lllll II I hi iiVlllli tin Him iuii tit lliu IiiIIkiI HIhIih iihv. man or wouiiui to net um IiiuiI U.1II I..IU Jll V.lt llllu lltM l Hi uiiK (itIO (il ij'ld tini loin " "- - !. .Il.ultllfj mill civil CIihiiiI.i.i i" "' v In .1 lurtforil uml vlolulty, IIIW ll" UNllilllnH nt ilio WHIM l' '"ItKl H" " iiimiiiiHiii 111(1 iihiii inn 111) .i I'lillKli Id mi l y ! mi iiii iim lliii iiftnr Hi" rmiowHlH of lliulr ilajf I Iim Hi I (if Ufilltxl Hl'l- - hh OIiIhIhiiIiIk IhIiomiIoiIum, lliu Inventor miiy lio InokliiK lii In i Him o Iioiimi' uny l iiiii IiiI niily dv iiii'iiiliuit at fi 1m uiuny uitlMcrliitlonn In tlilH unction, Hi'pt i.dlfco, Hi Yinh imilt In iny Hi n'l i win i Mwill IMHIf tlixllf III in Aniifil i;iiuiiit iin ami liilrodiirliiK tlion" luilillratloiiH IhihiiimiI nldff lllll tlUI-lH vnul Iim liilniMlun of lli hi Ioiim HMil flltHtD I'iynmnt will li or to iiuw niailum. wlm inn iiiinnly cm Ihum uml Tbts lii'lilm H'iiiikUIh, nil in Ihim, I'uinmliMloii. I'm-- v IIiomii wIiomi. diii hmlly In nol tvltlioiil um ilu In ituliiry ini'l 1A wUitli 9tll,(iP'i,U(lll, ill l ihwlralilo liut not ImlS iiximrliiiini Whiit lliu Krui't iillmlmilliil niollvn iur ttiiiii Him wiili' I'm liifiiiilM iiml C'lillilivn AlllKlli'illl IllVl'llllVlt K'UlllIN In llllllll! inwontlnl lutiil (illifluitbiii ul (lull! Ill lb I ft Tor iIuIhIIh mlilri'in, with llu Uni ForOvor Yoxtrti .In liln Miliiilml lulidinloiy rulriul Miun a U'l'hilKf Ciillml uh llMiil riiiiriinruM. Hox i.r.4, TIM. CUHTI8 AUi. ini4 woiilil Ihi of Inlnuwl In iniiiH limn Vufiliiii dl lluvlu. In il) lilin feumi) I'llHl.lillll.Nd tJOMI'ANV, inilii.ii'iu.-illll'oiiii (ihiiIkii KovnriniMiMl lliiPU likiul lite juUi ikivln waa iliiwn IHii (Jump il "l2 I rliJIIHIC. I'lilIiiilill'tilJ.. No HihlliiK "I wlim IMUnu iu Mnuli tiitliig nut nil to lliu tumll. Iiuk1I tti fM4 ' mwi mUttM t- - ?., ,),, itlt ltlu ran. for ihr lfc w.m W m4 t ,! " J:. ' Jte At. MwAlA. AMk lt,M ,. '. , J. Il'--i. wff! hi w"i , . - j'LiESSsassaassKsgssscKaKnaGsiHBa ta fcMto f- - ,'l , " !... ... ui t roiitjojrf. (.'liar Your hlitt fun Uimi "! HrlnK. wmu tlMmiux In ir i3tss? it! 9 No Combination and $ n& All For Y ifcd 1 . 1 of Reading Like It iti'it, I'i ii''- ltiX-itl- v .IU 01 '! '')''' ttl r li 7lf 52 Issucsuf r.lETOUTKS COMPA'.'IONA rri l Ihg "r imifh c .1 I 1 s "" B2 ISSUES .nt)ti!nn wit,t.. .. & ljiulil iK forelltteteify'fcrergilVZ fTrwPStlHrr. AHVjyWtAIIV ana he ' 3 tov.-rit- a 'irct oin.t nut 'i't imMvi, " mi v. ..r C .1. i "sst ; ftmlh" ' n AmnkM, 1VIiiim' Aiiic". lutui) - b& W-iyJi ly issucaai 1 ' wJfAT?M Ini-tn-'- Uiu. - rtjitc-NtnlutlY- O ..-. Siwrs.SS rn"'ii?7)r,V!iiffiwyii Hn Dfil'fjRKVtf ?5i6, " SL Rai I)r.M Pittem f1 txitJJs rvviivrr.A fiTS '1 iVi - tU .v CASTORI 30 immi fl Ju ul '..v. g Jil U ISSUES AD A HRBi lA f TOIt. Ttt sicn "THOMir vifcjrj tv.s ." S.'l.irt the, a 'Dtlily bwniil J cuoiuf t X' -icoiir.-.',xiKiuiuii.- i' . f in - iv;'nfor,' i.t-- r I ft S 1 iY-- nunc in in. 1 o 'U(4IU fid j, rji Im4 Hi i? .. (Y IQ lfe (ur . . . Kxprftt or ; .liiinLTi f t i., .. .j yjrr (uACtt&'Wi C I THE YOUrtt'S COMPANION lor 5 wkk. rid thp 1917 Home Ctlcndar. Ulii0'Uflii ' l lUBVpniiianionHiimniwniuMy.J rHnh nf snv 1f.rnt O fl f Al.l'3UACZllliCVivir,c' - lliUv r! n! M L ill 11 il IMUMtl 1 ivl.t l.T Ci.uU I'M. t oV.T iUlillUtU 1 '.tr. YOLTl 1 5 U)Mt' 'NION. St. IV J ? . iv. ,. ON. ma xatusciTS at a. sar. tm : . . it f . u, Alont y ura.rt tn W 4s4 e:.i ty;iurrr jit j la ' .'t3e,aJrB'y; wi WMwrwgysr A - GERMANS CRITICISED FOR BETTING, CAUGHT TOKKION PAPIHW ACOl'HK ICAIj KTOI'llHTV. THU- - ton govi:unmi:nt of pomt- - H 9r '- - Heme, Switzerland, March 3. Al. though most of tlio German language Farm b'or Sale. in Switzerland thus far nowsimpors A 1C0 of larm 4 nines print without comment tlio JCltnmer-Mnr.- ii Hartford, uciu the border of east oil on tho note, us niudo public through fields. Good dwelling, barn nnd othtlio revelations from Washington of er necessary outbuildings. Young orchard, strawberry bed I nd other pleasing features. H 1 int. i carry 1 upbraids 1 the Nachrlchtcn (Uascl) ff y scat pike w.'l bo near. Germany ror "having talked high See, or write Tins'ley & Barnett, morality and acted In an exactly op- Hartford, Ky., for further particuBell Telephone, its 16,000,000 miles of posito way." lars. wire, brings miilions of people within earshot of i "something terribly fatal has hap- Mi pencil to tlio German Foreign Ofllce," Voice. UK GliOKY KOAD. says tlio paper, which then lectures Many thousand of them, living within fifty a Germany on "the roily of getting (By Clement Wood.) hundred miles, can be reached for a small toll charge, ' caught," and continues: Oh do Glory Itoad! O do Glory Hoad! Isn't "The German Foreign Are you making use of this vast bridge on your nny moro Mat,lIavc,an Office other I'm gwlno tcr drap my load upon do than Glory Itoad. farm, in business. a diplomatic groups; so ono does not home in profit of time, money you in to look ut a thing from a moral need convenience for (Standpoint. More Important than the I lay on mail bed untcll ono crclock, Bell Telephone if you Will USe it. ethical side will bo the political con- - An' dc Lawd como callln' all his faith!, ful (lock. eiiueuccs. An' Ho call "Whoo-cci"- , Call an' He call, write the manager to-da- y. "ALovo all things, German-America"Whoo-cc!have been terribly compromised n' I knowed dat do Savior wuz er- CUMBERLAND by their old fatherland. They havo in their propaganda always been able rallln' mo. & an' Ho call COMPANY to point out that the Kntcnto has An' Ho call "Whoo-cci"Wuoo-ca!"- ,, INCORPORATED been letting loose tlio colored peoplo n' I cry "Macsa Jesus, is you callin' i oi wic worm .lBUiii'.v uiu vuii.es, aim HOX 119. OWENSHORO, KY. me?" now Germany, In a trice, 13 willing an' Ho call to goad the Mexican bands and the Vn' He call "Whoo-cci"- , ' Wlioo-cc!in Its legions or Japan against tho United 'hnrntinns it is almost absurd n I riz up from mail pallet, and' I ,. CLERK TAKES , will bo no ,, , .. ' lo.'t Irr am a c hem st's States. Henceforth there r cry, "Hyah's mo!" ,nuiiui;uiiuu m """" C.irr America." woo,f' roluni- hi mil HiliiVl 0 aU ca,n nK $G a v. With referenco to the manner in Do I.awd eoz, "Niggali, aln' I call yei r.u a govcriiincul i mil f .on.i i tin ice which Sccrctaiy Zlnimernianu hoped .lpiio in in ml of $10,000 a year. to i each tho Mexican President, the I'cr rido erloug bchin' me up tcr JHSfOVKUV OF YOFNT, HUSH Paradise, Naclirichtcn says: "IIo should have Kl'ii of Rood Digestion. DUUGGIKT IHIADMKSr VOll on sec a cheerful and hap- been able to spare at least one sub- 3n do Glory Itoad, on do Glorj When RAfWAGS. Road?" py old lady you may know that she marine and send an emissary in it to n' I cllmo up tcr do saddle, an' I has Good digestion. If your digestion Mexico to mako the proposition jincd do load! Is impaired or if you do not relish verbally. When ono docs such things 3. England' your meals take a dose of Chamber-rea- r ono never lets oneself get caught." Now York, March The paper emphasizes how telling Do hawse ho wuz longer dan a tuou-saor Zeppelins has subsided, and Iain's Tahlct3. They strengthen Hip mllo; stomach, Improve tho digestion and an answer the note Is to Yon tho secret of her success against latest speech, in His til went lashing', an' his hoofs bow- death rrom tho clouds Ilea In a dls-- i cause a gentlo movement of tho wuz wile; m which tho Imperial chancellor decovory by a urug ' els. S"l.i n Ittnlilik everywhere. clared he coujd not understand why His mane wuz flamin,' an' his eyes clerk. wuz moons, off tho United States had broken As a result of this discovery, Ilrit-ls- li DISAPPKAUAXCH OF YOUNG diplomatic relations "so brusquely" An' his. inoulh kept singin' HalleluGHU-- s gunnery was able to bring down fki:qui:nt in n. jah tunes! and openly accuses Dr. Zimmcrmann til rco Invndiug airships in llamcs "not only of political stupidity but of Now York, March 2. when a recent raid wan attempted. Do Lawd scz, "Nigger, why 'n' cher At the time this story is written It's tho telephone on tho lieutenant's moral laxity as well, in that whilo he look erroun'?" was accusing the Entente of seeking there hao not been nny moro raldi desk at tho I'olice Headquarters. that An' dar wo wuz flyin' over rlsin' "" is conquest, ho was proposing tho British peoplo aro wonder- nnd "Hello., groun'! should conquer American missing." Tho lieutenant Jots down a Mexico lug if there ever will bo. ''oworful htlls, an' mountains, too, I am tolling tho story of England' few words, tho dchcrlptlon is flashed territory." Further, it adds, "whilo ho said, An' do earth an' do peoplo wuz drapt method of stopping aerial warfare to every detective headquarters, and f'uni view. tho first time. I could not tell tlio search Tor "another missing per-th- o 'Every means that can shorten the An' I hyahd all 'roun' me how do for war in tho most humane way,' ho was story while I was In England, icon" Is on. Asiatic-Americspirits sang. Ituth Cruger, pretty high school trlng to start a monster Tho censor would not allow It to An' do Lawd sang louder dan de conflict." by tho po- pass. Hack In tho United States I girl, Is now being sought whole 6hehang! nni able to reveal the real secret or lice. I.eavlnir her home, hannv and up ln MUMTIOX PLANT KULES Britain's battle against the new form contented, she was swallowed NO RKSPKCTKR OF KINGS Do Lawd sez "Nigger, why 'n' cher of warfare, brought into existence tho swirl of tho great city and no look crgin?" tn hnr vliort'nliouts lmvo been rlnns by tills world conflict. ' March 3. King George An dar wuz do Debhil, on de back uv unearthed. Because her family Is of Sew Shell Urged, Sin, prominence and because of her fath-- , lcft hls sl,urs- - Bold cigarette caso, on de critter wld his whip iiio discovery by tho drug clerk Karettes and matches outside a mu-l- y Insistence tho case has boon wide-an goad, has resulted in adoption by Great given much public, nlt,on ,,lant durlnK a recent ,n8Pec-It- y discussed and y Uritatu of a new form or rlllo shell but the caso or Ituth Cruger Is tion as a Precaution against every-onl- An' bound' ho gwlno ter kotch us, on which sets a Zeppelin afire as soon do Glory Itoad! th,nB that mlsht causo an Plslon. ono or hundreds. ns it strikes. ampio oi uio monarcn was "O Lawdy, it's do Debbll, coinln' " Every year there aro 3,500 missing I'or this achievement. Alec Corr. straight f'um Hell! iaS th prosecution of a y according to clteJ n tho joung Irlsli drug clerk, has been number of munitions workers for I kin tell him by his roarln, an do onM cat,matC8 mA of ,hu mlss. com appointed to n $10,000-a-yea- r brimstone smell!" materials Into a lnc norsnnsjiro clrls. nrettv. hannv carrying smoking government. mission with tlio PIant whero explosives were made, But do Lawd sez, "Niggah, ho ain't girls, jouthful and of good home Corr was a poor Belfast boy, grad- training. They aro swallowed In the kotch us yit!" lu culling attention to the fact that apprenuate of nn Irlsli school and tlio workmen had endangered tho An' ho lashed an ho hustled, an ho highways, and byways or tho mamticed to a pharmacist. loosed do bit. moth city; most of them never re- lives or 7,000 others in the plant, hobby was practical chemistry Ills tho Prosecuting Attorney referred to Den do Debbll crep' closuh, and I turn, and tlio public hears of the and his room nt homo was a laboraIiyahd him yell, ' King George's act. "His Majesty," oT but very few. tory Uttered with all kinds or chemiho addtd, "did it cheerfully and "I'm gwino ter kotch a niggah, fur Uutli Cruger left her homo to have cals and apparatus. ter roas' In Hell!" hor cUatcs sharpened. Sho lias novcr willingly, and If our monarch did it, room Corr mado tho In this little surcly ,l10 lllcn working there might An' I cried, "Lawd, bavo mo!" an' roturncd, and hundreds of dollars discovery hlch has revolutionized do Lawd cry, "Sho!" liavo licon spent in an unavailing lQ.w l't example by complying with aerial warfare l" "Kuutions made tor tiiclr own An' liyah It was Hobben, an we shot 'search for her. do do'. Accident Sim Is Fire, Tlnrnlliv Arnold went. Klmnnlnir nn Ealcty. 1'nson sentences of a month were boy had lead or the falluro of ruth nvenuo ono afternoon in 1910. Tho O, Glory, Glory, how do angols sang! out to tho offenders. guns to bring down Zeps No ouo saw her leavo a certain shop An' Glory, Glory, how do rafters flying two miles high. Specially pho entered and tlio four corners or Spialns Ami Strains ltellec(l. rang! manufactured bullets had pierced tlio tho giobo luivo been searched for Liniment quickly takes tlio An' Moses 'n' Aaron, an' Methusalum envelopes but had failed to de- - her. They still seek her. atil fitroy tho great gas bags. Something muii Whcelor needed a Job and pain out ot strains, sprains, bruises Doy shout an' dey boUerrnn' doy beat do drum. soreness. A clean, 'sho answered an advertisement. Her anU ul1 moro destructive was wanted. King Solomon kissed me, an' his casllJr applied, it Ono day Corr was working in his battered llttlo body was found days c,car "l-'- d thousan' wives, l, when n draft between tho later nnd a Wolter.was Iy Penotrates without rubbing. Sloan's door and window blew over a beaker later put to death for her mur- - Liniment does not stain tho skin or Jes' liko doy'd kuowed mo durln' all dey lives; clS t" Porci like mussy plasters or containing a chemical which gavo off der. n strong vapor. Tho hacked up body of Anna Au- - ointments. For chronic rhoumatlc An' do Lawd sez, "Niggah, tako a grau'-stan scat. Iiihtantly tho draft set mullor was found in tho river. Hun- - aches aml Pa,ns neuralgia, gout and n rem- - But I 'specks youse hongry; have a The boy dreds of nnxlous mothers and fath- - lumbago hav this flro to tho window curtuln. For tfco pains of grippe blto ter eat?" By crs viowed her body. Her slayer was edy handy. inventor saw and understood. and following strenuous work.it gives LAn do ravens fed mo, an' Elijah a fortunuto accident Corr had solved also executed. prayed, Theso aro but a few of tho liun-Th- ls quick relief. A all druggists, 25 tho problem or destroying Zeppelins. 2 An' do Saved gathered, whilo do orchemical, In shells, would set dreds of nilesiug. Why missing? ceuts. . gan played, Pollco answer whlto slavery, lack flro to tho Zep bags. METI,LE,,KM TO 0AST 1Jia An' doy cry: "Oh, SInnah, como an Next duy Corr set forth his theory of courago to face dlograco, falluro. RUNS FOlt U. S. HEPOltT loso yuh load In a modost letter to tho war ofllce. int business, ramily troubles, broken On de Glory Itoad, on do Glory Road. Ho received a formal mimeographed fnlth, disappointed love, wanderlust J Ncw YorIf. March 3. Tho Bethle- - An' como an dwell In do Lawd'a acknowledgment. and tho luro of ndonturo. abode, o they como back? Pollco say of ,,em stopl Company has well undor Weoks passed. A larger und uy llu building of a plaut and equln-eat- h Glory, Glory, on do Glory Itoad!" raid nwopt over London, tho 3, GOO or moro who disappear deadlier air Sei do Lawd, "No, slunah, you mus' murdering women and babies. ear perhaps a little moro thonlniot for l" nianufacturo or trabbel back uin for tlio United States navy and Alec Corr wrote a second letter, hair return or aro round. Tho othor tno ar'"y coa8t deronse, it Ib lcam- - Tcr ho'p po' nlggahs up do Glory this tluio to Joseph Devlin, M. P., for hair? They ecom to vanish. T,l total outlay will bo In the Track; Tho telephone boll or tho llcuteu-)''- 1' Belfabt. Onleicd To Whitehall. nnt's desk at pollco headquarters neighborhood of ?5,000,000 boforo Tcr ho'p oio ino'ners an' do scoilln' coons, s tho task of actually muklng tho great Four days later tho druggist's clerk buzzes another addition to tho guns begins. By shoutin' loud Halloluyah tunes." of missing. wuh onleicd to appear at onco at s--t. Tho company will lmvo numerous Whitehall. now problems to solvo In thin worlc, Oh como, mah breddren, won' yuh There, before n clrclo of eminent us guns as largo as these lmvo novjr drap yuh load, chemists and Inventors, tho boy from FOR FLETCHER'S An' rido tcr Hebbcn up de Glory licui built in this country. Tho Belfast gavo a practical demonstrafrom whicli tho gun "tubes," or Road? tion of Ills discovery. Llko all great to ll.l tlio combined weight of n Cor inn Inning and rilling tlio I.iim guns a machine shop J 80x700 feet will I e n quired to turn out about two of the guns per inoiit'h. 'J ho boring machines for tubes and liner will lo l!)i leit In length, by approximately 12 feet In width. "jackets," will ba rolled and m cd will weigh rinse to ono It tin (fir and fifty tons each. 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Pupils may enter at any time and receive proper classification. 10-ln- hun-died- 1&I (Incorporated) Children Ory OWENSBORO, KY. ii tits: i CASTORIA in-go- ta tataEagsa: ?f if i- at M be paid to tho shipper again, In suffice. I Nov l'ork, but we have to awunw tho very principles upon Ono of ) to rreat n risk. We know not when which our government Is founded Is ZnUtvi Htmt-- 7 o taw et lk roto!JI TR II Q IN Vork way have unothpr food HurHofl, KT: m null mittf ot th MOd tho ruling power of tho majority. Ut Ui ! rlw. Tim nrnnln understand and submit !N'cv These heavy breaks are shippers to lote confidence In the W,I' should lhe,r representatives not . . . .Editor ALLISON J. IIAIIM-TT- . wfao niiirk-the extreme high prleM The lweIve be RUP-TUlt- K HOPE OF AVOIDING W. 8. TINSLEY.. .Buslncs, Muuger . j pVd far poultiy on this uul of the v Qf ft majorUj. wep0 SLIGHT WITH SECOND CEN. V-- ... ,1.... ..!. LlBced in office by a majority and iu i, nr. i ne ir.aiAri f.. oww iuiiv .....a TRAL POWE1L to irfrirpti communications nil ueer known to be higher. Theae their opponents made no attempt to The Uartford Itepubllcan. I 'ti iltlons being true in the face of filibuster them out. That samo mafood riots has made It a very dan- jority that elected them would have WAR 'ZONE gerous proposition for nhipperj of voted for arming American merchant TALKS OF NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS More especially to a tw ships and those Congressmen know nil food supplies. Bibi--rdwlrtt th poultry as poultry Is something dn luuet Krr Ilia ! nMrrw Is mHUK tit it. d rgat. Regardless of the fate of the Arm- Neutrnis Who Enter Dangerous ; that requires a great ueai m io1 Milk- s- lc IT mm Btln I Is a ory expensive corn-Ow- n Neutrality Bill an extra session of It Hon. ed r Iinrlor wh mJHtleol InwMtou Mut Do So At Their Imodlty to curry ovr. Feed Ftuft ontiui,U'oiaiiii""";"rJ'T1""k'ie Congress should convene as soon as Risk. i possible and should continue througn to ndniiKr. iin, to It higher. Vou I wan never known bet ottr fur rlv Cfctrch Notk-the present International crisis. Tho tsrc not only out your feed In carry idrf rtlf uicot. Sc wf ilw. MI ing ovr poultry, but poultry Is per- recrfr no President should not be expected to isiilUon London, March. 0. The American tsbable stock. Hip fatality Is heavy assume entire responsibility until the itfctloc troubled waters are dispelled for that Ambassador at Vienna has been as well as othrr shrinkage, and adIs a part of the duties of Congress. handed the reply of the Austrian ditional espenFe rf (paying a mnn .. '.C? .. . Another duty of that new Congress government to the American note In holding poultry over, .Ctttsi.'terl. 3 Is to end forever the possibility of Inquiring as to the position of the and boardta)crg two or thrco week-0Uen (t Wo Austrian government In regard to for markets to recover a rnnetltlon of the filibuster. from big .MAIICH 0 gj,ou,i take no chances upon anoth unrestricted submarine warfare, acFRIDAY ou would breaks. In HiIh cae er enemy becoming the possessor of cording to a Vienna dlsputch to Rcu- - have a decided rearttnn of market Joy through this method and it now ter's by way or Amsterdam. to recover cost of shipment. It came In like a whole flock of appears Tho reply declares that neutrals that loglElators of both par- this xur. lions j Ijind Tor Itcnt. ni co to t that tMg anUque are responsible for losses they suf ' fer by entering territory where warprivilege Is discarded. One hundred acres of good corn germ in Germany seems to be Tho We have offered our checks to like operations are taking place. ., and tobacco.land for rent. wi Tho American note, which was dis L. P FOREMAN, Germany until they will stand no on February IS, 3(;t Hartford, Ky us miss more slapping. An extra session patched to Vienna made Twelve Senators must be called and organircd before asked specifically whether the Ausneutrality in arms. authority may come from Congres3. trian assurances given following the let us seek from sinking of the Ancona and the Persia STRAY STREAKS. Tho price of cattle is steering high- In the meantime The reply says other sources the privilege of pro- has been nullified. Is bully. er, and the market (By Fluke McFluke.) tecting ourselves with our powder. j "that whatever attitude the Wash- -' AMCK COOK. lngton cabinet may take as to lndl-- ; curiosity to know We have Eome vldual questions raised hero" the j KXTP.EMKLY UXLSUAL, of Arnold, Who exactly how dry "bone dry" really ! Won't some ono please head that government is n Follbwing a chain of sartllng Is. Ohio of hog? for events, both foreign and domestic, "essentially In accord with tho Amer- - doggon an editorial appeared In tho Courier- - lean government In regard to the proThe tprlng training season Is on. We notice where a nogro foil three of neutrals against endanger- Here's hoping the M. H. & E. will Journal Tuesday headed, "Hurrah tection lives." Tho memorandum stories thru an elevator shaft land-the- n For Teddy." History doe3 not rec- Ing their get busy. a maintains that "neutral subjects Ing squarely on his head and ord kind words for the Colonel as arose with a slight headache. to boor themselves all losses suit Of course we prefer the friendship ever coming from this sourco before by entering teritory Notice Announcements for coun- Candidacy of S. E. IJEVNETT for the It be nice for wMch fact makes the article extreme-Mexic- o ithey buffer of Japan, but wouldn't No Snakes For Us. ty offices published in this column un- Democratic nomination for Sheriff of The editorial follows where warlike operations are taking j K unusual. to come up here for her lick- Wo looked at two pounds for two- - til the Primary. 15.00 In advance. Ohio county. Subject to tho Primary place." ing aud faave us the trouble of going l" '"" Election, Saturday, August 4, 1917. bits cabbage tother day and whllo District olficcs, $2. GO. ItrltUh Blockade. Theodore Roosevelt is, whatever there later. we wero gently pressing the quarter After a lengthy discussion of the else be is or isn't, masculine and ' For Superintendent. For Representative. American. His reply to a proposal British blockade, which it declare in the palm of our hand thoughts of i,nK hni,i it unlaw. Wo arc authorized to announce the Not Women wno we legally country with the U Illegal, the memorandum contin- - the cabbage enako crept Into our candldocy of L. L. KM11KY for the qualified, ure entitled to vote for ful for a newspaper to print the to Junket over the cabbage Republican nomination for Repre- School Superintendent In both Prishowman, William Jennings Bryan, ues: "The principle that neutrals mind and we passed eald American flag at the head of its ed ad-- , UP- sentative of Ohio county. Subject mary and Final Election.. to participate in Joint debate with should enjoy In war times the itorlal column. What does freedom to tho Primary Election, Saturday, that Individual upon preparedness !vantage-- of freedom of the seas on-- 1 August 4, 1917. of the press mean? Wo aro authorized to nnnounce the Never Saticfiwl. to neu-- , ly to neutral vessels and not is in part as follows: candidacy of E. S. HOWARD for the ! ' Somo people arc hard to satisfy. "I regard it as a waste of time to tral persons aboard enemy vessels." ; Republican nomination for SuperinFor County Judge. The Whitley Republican contains To ' The reply further contends that There Is meat as well ns milk within Wo are authorized to announce the tendent of Schools of Ohio county. fifty candidates for debate nondcbatablo subjects. announcement of tll cocoanut, yet J. II. Thomas is candidacy of MACK COOK for tho Subject to tho Primary Election, Whitley debate with Mr. Bryan his views ! belligerents are entitled to decide for grumbling Republican nominations. because thcro isn't a one- - Republican nomination for Judgo of Saturday, August 4, 1917. against national preparedness, would. ' themselves what measures should countians are not a whit backward ot butter In tho monkey-traffl- c, the Ohio County Court. Subject to In my Judgment, be precisely on a be taken against an enemy In eea I'ountl Wo nro about running for office. faccd nut- - What you want, John, a tho Primary Election, Saturday, Au- candidacy authorized I. to announce the and concludes: par with debating the undeslrablllty of MRS. 8. MASON for gust 4, 1917. of flour? tho Republican nomination for Super"In such easc3 neutrals have no baG marriage, or tho In backing tho other fellow it's a of monogamous Wo arc authorized to announce the intendent ot Schools of Ohio county. legitimate Interests and.therc-- , pretty good idea to wait until he morality of abolishing patriotism, or other Tin candidacy of K. It. WEDDING for Subject to tho Primary Election, SatGood Guessing. -Introduction fnrrvB w othnr -lpeal- claim than that- I' tho advantage of the v takes a stand, as some German newsA ami I mnilo a little waccr cnrlv tho Rcr Jhllcan nomination for Judge urday, August 4, 1917. , or the right of Judges to a belligerent shall Inform them in Subject papers which denied that Germany of slaver-yebterday morning as to tho num- of the Ohio County Court. Saturday, a prohibition directed to an to tho Primary Election, For Jailer. had planned for an alliance with accept bribes from suitors, or tho time of enemy so that they can avoid entrust ber of candidates we would havo In August 4, 1917. Wo aro authorized to announco tho Mexico and Japan against the Unit- duty of fcuLmlssIon to tho divine office during tho day, tho ono candidacy of M. C. SHROADER for right of kings, or the propriety of ac- ing their lives and their goods to the ed States will admit. Wo are authorized to announce the the Republican making tho best guess was to get n nomination for Jailtion such as that of Benedict Ar- enemy vessels." week off for a fishing trip about tho i candidacy of It. II. MARTIN for the er of Ohio county. Sulilort In tho o nold. Republican nomination for Judge of Much Interest centers on the race first of May. Al's guess was 11 ami the Ohio County Court. Subject to ) Primary Election, Saturday, August NOTICE. "Hurah, and again hurrah for for the Republican nomination for mine 24 and of all candidates there : tho Primary Election, Saturday, Au- 4, 1317. Some migh- Teddy! County Judge of Ohio. Wo aro authorized to nnnounco the We again call the attention of our wero 23 to sco us. After weighing gust 4, 1917. "There Is Just ono criticism to Is in tho field and ty good material every angle we de-candidacy of J. W. DUVALL for the make of such a reply. It is an act rcailers to the fact that The Ilcnub tho matter from Wo aro authorized to announco tho Republican between now and August the voter compare Benedict lican will publish no communications clded l W8S a haPP" 8Pm and lt'9 candidacy of J. A. BELLAMY for the Ohio county.nomination for Jailer of will realize what tho coach is up of unfairness to Subject to tho Pri- to bo 23 for both of us on Republican nomination for Judge of the author. Few(KlnB mary Election, Saturday, August 4, against when selecting his varsity Arnold with the nonmascullne advo- ( unless hiRned by anonymous "ay the Ohio County Court. Subject to 1317. . pass . Uiat . . articles I cates of peace at any price. There weeks team. tho Primary Election, Aug. 4, 1917. eu and It Is not our dewas no port of doubt that Benedict are not-recWe nro neusv items Into the. Washlngton Taylor, an cnterprls- He sire to hurl We are authorized to announco tho candldncy authorized to announco th Of late there has been objection Arnold was a normal male. ot E. E. TIN8LEY for lost his temper, his sense of propor- waste basket. Tills anonymous com. ,nE colored farmer residing about candidacy of 8ILAB L. STEVENS for Republican nomination for Jailer tho to the Star Spangled Banner because or each week,'our m,,cs north r town 8old th,r- - tho Republican nomination for Judge Ohio county. Subject to tho Primais stated it Is hard to sing. According to our tion, his honor, and one thing and muniratlon rule hams ono of the Ohio County Court. Subject ry Election, August 4, 1917. a fine country-cure- d column view It Is very fortunate that it is bo another, but he did not at any time at the head of the editorial yct to tho Primary Election, Saturday, give the impression that when Ma- and must be adhered to. Request da' thls wcck but Wa8n haBnt for only the best of them have tho Wo aro authorized to announce tho as to what kind of an au- - August 4, 1917. dlded candidacy of 8. A. LEE nerve to attempt It. It looks and ma Arnold graduated him from the that names be omitted from print "mooue Rewin purcuaso wua luu Wo nro authorized to announco tho publican nomination forfor tho or complied with, but the manuscript are rounds better for a dozen to btand neuter garment of babyhood into procceus. candidacy of WIXSON SMITH for tho Ohio county. Subject to tho Jailer Primary while ono really sings It than for the breeches sho didn't know what she mast bear tho writers' fciKnatiire. Republican nomination for Judgo ot Election, August 4. 1917. THE EDITOR. was about. As to tho Bryan-L- a County Court. Subject to dozen to drown out the voice of the Did you ever go homo late In the tho Ohio crowd primary Election, Saturday, Auone who can sing. Wo are authorized to announco tho evening and havo your wife catch you the 4, 1917. gust one cannot be so sure. Their clas- EFFECT OF FOOD RIOTS candldncy of J. T. WEDDINO for tho doing your durndest to pull the front ON EASTERN .MARKETS Itonilbltrnn nmnlnntlnn for Tnllnr nf sification seems to cave been arrived riu; HUMAN WAY. For County Attorney. jdoor open, when you should havo 'Ohio county. Subject to tho Primaat upon snap Judgment." When a man Lecomeb so Indecent, Wo arc authorized to announce tho ry Election, August 4, 1917. Mns ,n? The food riots In the dUerentjI"811011 tho candidacy of A. 1. KIRIC for tho Reeo dangerous that ho Is no longer publican nomination for County Attitles has had lt telling c. t on Wo nro authorized to announco tho SHOOTS HUSBAND WHEN fit to live wo kill him. A dog And further, it's a safe bet that torney of Ohio county. Subject to Chl- ot CHARLEY JOHNSON HE SMASHES MUSIC HOX several different commodltK- nl.l .itfst. rmt dlmmt noni rtnniiffh the Primary Election, Saturday, Audeserves no better fate. Man for tho Republican nomination for tago the wholesale price wan was first beheaded. Death was . caress you, but sho dldn t. Won- - gust 4, 1917. ..., Ji'Ur of Ohio county. Subject to ,f.-i.,.,i.i lo S2.00 to Phllipsburg, Pa., March 3. Befound to bo easier by hanging, so that t' Primary Election, Saturday, Two above composed why? on Irli.li potatoes; albo redwl the der cause his wife persisted In playing 4, 1917. For County Com t Clerk. method was adopted. Electrocution by E. E. Birkhead. Wo are authorized to nnnounco the wag proven still moro humano and the phonograph after tho midnight price on onions. Above is not only ! Wo nro authorized to nnnounco tho candidacy of W. C. BLANKENSHIP Resolutions of RcvK;ct. hanging was practically abolished. hour Eli lietfa got up from his dis- true in Chicago, but In all other for candidacy of O. A. K.MITII for tho Refor the Republican turbed sleep and smashed tho music large cities. The food riot lias deCamp 202, W. O. County Court Clerk nomination Resolutions of This revolution In tho moans of takof Ohio county. publican nomination for the poultry maiket In W., upon death of Sovereign William Subject to tho Primary Election, Ohio county. Subject to tho Jailor of ing human life progressed as civil- box. Mrs. Bcda, angered by tho moralized Prlnmry Election, Saturday. August 4, 1917. ization advanced and tho most recent act, picked up her husband's gun New York City, which market lb the C. Lllos. Born May 13, 1884, died Saturday, August 4, 1917. ruling market of our country on February 21 ,1917. method in therefore the most Just, and shot him. Wo nro authorized to nnnounco the Wo are authorized to announco the Tho affray occurred at an early poultry as woll as other commodiend it Is to the credit of man. Tliero Whereas, In the death of Sovereign for the candidacy of WORTH TlCHENOR Is Hue of the mar- - Lllos. Hartford Cnmn 202 has lost candidacy of M. F. CRUMLEY County for the Ilopuhllcnu nro peoplo today, however, who will hour at tho homo ot tho Bedas at ties. Whatever Republican nomination for nomination for kct conditions In New Vork City Isono of it3 m0Bt faithful and loyal Court Clerk ot Ohio county. Subject Jailer or Ohio county. Subject to poUon a dog. Havo thcy'ndvunced Madera, Clearfield county. Vork mcraher8i and tho community an bon-ge- ts to tho Primary Election, Saturday, tho Prlnmry Election, Saturday, Auas N.-true In all other cities, w)th civilization? gust 4, 1917. all surplus from all the larg' leBt tt,1(j upright citizen. Theroforo, August 4, 1917. Dogs have become co domesticatA. S. OF E. NOTICE. you take Into consld bo It ed, so closely allied with man that Ohio County Union failed to moot cities. When Wo nro authorized to nnnouuco tho Wo nro authorized to nnnounco tho Resolved, That wo seek to emulate candidacy of L. II. CONDIT for the cundldncy of J. W. PERRY for tho jjoxt to human tlielr companionship on March 2d on account ot bad oration the great mass of people for County Republican nomination for Jnilor of They aro so sim- weather, so will meet on March 9th. that exist In tho metropolis city you the many good traits of his life. Be Republican nomination Is to ho desired. Subject to tho PrlCourt Clerk of Ohio county. Subject Ohio county. ple in their fricndUncss that It HecmH All loculs are urged to be represent- can very easily conctlvo wh Hhe Is it further to tho Primary Election, August 4, nmry Election, Saturday, Aujjust every ono that Is Interested tho Index on markctn, Her popula- Resolved, That wo extend to Sov- - 1917. a pity to kill ono at all, but if it ed and i. 1917. Is almost five millions. Weckeregn lUcb' family und loved ones must be dono do It tho humane way. in tho A. 0. of E. aro asked to bo tlou For Sheriff. Don't invito tho wagging tall to ex- present as thcro la somo very Im- before last for four dayn thcro waB our personal and fraternal sympathy, For AssoMor. Wo are authorized to announce the Wo aro press thanks for a biscuit that con- portant business to bo considered. not a chicken sold from tho poultry juni point them to tho Supremo Cora-car- s. candidacy of G. A. RALPH for the candidacy authorized to announco tho Slaughtering houses wero 'rounder, who always rules wisely and tains glass or poison only to havo his All those wanting fertilizer should RopVlcan nomination for Sheriff ot Republican of I. E. WARD for the nomination internal organs lacerated, or eaten bo present, and any ono having practically closed. Tho market wasiweu and on whoso promises we can Ohiw county. Subject to the Pri- of Ohio county. Subject for Assessor reduced from 23c to 24c, on fowls depend to wipe alt tears awuy. mary Election, Saturday, August 4, mary Eloctlon, Saturday, to tho Priby chemicals, whllo tho faithful stock for shipment should report. August 4, Resolved, That a copy of theso res- 1917. frlond of man Buffers untold agony, All poultry pledges report at this to 19 c to 20c. TIiIb was a four 1917. cent break. Such breaks has lost olutions bo furnished tho family of meeting. J. R. WELLER, Pres. Wo aro authorized to announco the On tho deceasod Sovereign, a copy fur- candidacy of 8. A. BRATCHER tor shippers thousands of dollars. For Magistrate. HENRY M. PIRTLB, Soc'y. AN UGLY BLOT. , Wo aro authorized to announco the ono car they suffered heavy loss. nish to each of tho county papers the Republican nomination for SherWhllo tho strong nrrn of Congress What about tho shipper who had for publication, and a copy spread iff ot Ohio county. Subject to the candidacy of W. O. DAUGHERTY for The Reason Why, wrote history twelve Senators Jabbed Primary Election, Saturday, August tho Republican nomination for Jus-ttc- o An at tho elbow of that body until thero Encllsh militant crusader from C to 10 earn on such a upon tho Camp records. ot Peuco, RobIuo Magisterial Dis4, 1917. W. V. STEVENS, was forced from the point ot tho pen strolled Into a barn when a young break? Ono car on such a break as trict. Subject to tho Primary ElecHAM SHAVER, enough recording fluid to form, On man was milking a cow. With a abovo mentioned meant about fl,-00- 0 We are authorized to announco the tion, Saturday, August 4, 1917. candidacy of G. 1 JONES for the loss. TJio shipper who had 10 P. D. TWEDDELL, tho last pugo written by tho recent snort sho asked: "How is it that Wo aro authorized to announco. the llopiibllcan nomination for Sheriff Committee. Assembly, an ugly blot. Ao to you aro not at tho front, young earn suffered a loss of $10,000. Tho Subject to tho Pri- candidacy of J. V. 1IAGERMAN for of Ohio county. writer ban talked to a gicat many whether or not arming of tho mer- roan?" mary Election, Saturday, August 4, tho Domocratlo nomination for Jub-tlc- o Tho nverngo wago of plummcra 1917 tho poultry bhlppora aud thuy say that "Because, ma'am," answered chant ships was tho proper step in of tho Penco, Ilnrtford Mnrclster-la- l country la ?3 for uu District. Bubjoct to tho Primary tho presont crises ucod not now bo milker, "thero alnt no milk at that the market Qundltlon' wer- nmrjr thruout tho day. Wo aro authorized to announco tho Election, Saturday, Aug. 4, 1917. '. worse. They Euy that thy look for olLht-hodlccussud. It was tho overwhelm- - cud." Tho Ladles' Homo Journal. Hartford Republican. Ing will of tho majority and that IAUSTRIA REPLYS j ,hc above extreme- - njirkct 21c-t- o III lmjuiui I I t ! ilr prist tr. Ixl anon-Groun- au; AOorj-tnoi- ? ' rtr-a- .. fee. I Austro-Hunssria- Seeks the Republican Nomination County Court. Judge the " re-ha- ANNOUNCEMENTS. w .- -- j ! rrai t,io J . c0 CJ I -- ' el J , b,a, 'r cer-traln- ly can-'ldac- ,. ,., ' Au-jM- ut - ur t. T44ttrtlWS53tt!i '?f..p; " w . : t t I . SPRING COAT SUITS Our advance Allowing in Spring Coat Suits and Cloaks are now in 2d grade Flour at ?9.G0 per Will barrel, until March 20th. either cash or good bread com at $1.00 per bushel only. No butler Flour MADE. Every sack of Bluo Illbbou guaranteed. Stock up on Flour whllo you have an opportunity at the nbuvo prices. Bona, ac-cc- m i : t t our houso. i JsfL have thoy boon go pretty and .stylish, and at prices we regard as phenoniiiml when yon consider the big advance of the raw materials lino. Wo Nevor buforo $tff I I in every aio showing some beauties in Spring Coats from $3.98 to $6 98 and better values $10 tD $15.00 Get in line. Come and seo the new Spring Coat Suits in all the new shades. I.troni.o homo Finns and save 10 per cent, on your purchases i t $12.50, $15.00, $18.00, $20.00 buy garments from us that city merchants cannot dublicato. May we have the pleasure of showing you? If ho, call, and remember that it pa)S to trado with a houso that saves you money. iffl6b MARCH O ! I ELLIS MILLING CO. lastwcck failed to call to tho attention of tho voters tho announcement of Mr. Worth Tlchenor, who lives on the Hartford-Couturtow- n road, for tho Republican nomination for Jailer. Mr. Tichcnor lias mndo a success nt farming and Is well known and liked In Ills section. His qualifications for tho ofllco ho seeks aro good and If nominated and elected this department of tho county's business will bo well cared for. Readers uf tho announcement column for Jailer this week will notlco therein tho namo of J. W. Perry, of West Fordsvlllo who aspires to bo tho Republican standard-beare- r for that olllco In tho coming election. Mr. Porry was born In Indiana, but removed to his present place of residence 37 years ago, where ho has slnco resided. Mr. Perry has always been an active Republican, is a good worker and says ho Is In tho ring for n finish fight. Esq. Wlnson Smith, of Select, hn3 shied his chapeau Into tho ring for the Republican nomination for Judgo of tho Ohio County Court and although his announcement appears for the first tinTo this week his cards have been going tho rounds for several days. Mr. Smith has made his district, and the county, an excellent maglstrato and his experience with the Fiscal Court adds to his qualifications for Judgo. Ho has been a Republican worker all his lifo and has never asked for a county office before. If nominated Esq. Smith 'will bo a. strong favorlto in November. Mr. A. I. Kirk "this" week announces for tho Republican nominaTho tion for County Attorney. oung lawyer Is so well known In Ohio county that wo feel un Introduction to our readers is entirely unnecessary. Wo might recall, however, tho splendid record made by Attorney Kirk since he assumed the duties of this office for tho short term last year. He has strivou earnestly to deal Impartially with all having business with tho county attorney and has met the problems confront ing him In nn able and dignified manner. Ho promises an oven better administration If elected, for the long 35t2 By oversight" wo August Have been built and actually delivered to retail mayors slnco 1, rffc)7zc6 320,817 THE UNIVERSAL CAR an 8 ! I I 1910. ill These figures 320,817 represent the actual number of carH manufactured by us since August 1, 1916, and delivered by our agents to retail puy-rs- . This unusual fall and winter demand for Ford cars make it necessary for us to confine the distribution of cars only to thoso agents who have orders for immediate delivery to retail customers, rnther than to permit any agent to stock curs hi anticipation of hiu r spring sales. We are issuing this notice to intending buyers that they may protect themselves against delay or disappointment in securing Ford cars. If, therefore, you are planning to purchase a Ford car, we advise you to place your order and take delivery now. Immediate orders will have prompt attention. Delay in buying at this time may cause you to wait several months. Enter your order today for immeniate delivery with our authorized Ford agent listed below and don't be disappointed later on. FORD MOTOR COMPANY. 1ciurtii;rar$3GO. lluiiliuut$l.,rniciN c. ). II. Detroit. Barnes Automobile Co. incorporated Central City, Ky, E. P. BARNES & BRO. Beaver Dam, Ky. NEW HOUSE LIKELY TO BE BIPARTISAN REPUBLICANS AND DEMOCRATS MAY UNITE TO DEFEAT INDEPENDENTS. . Washington, March C. Bipartisan organization of tho Incoming Houso, with Champ Clark as Speaker and tho commltteo memberships and patronage equally divided, Is being discussed by Democratic and Republican leaders as a possibility in tho event mombors hold thn ftvn liulnnr-nilen- t . . up public business in mo nest session by attempting to dictate hoWi tho Houso shall bo organized. Tho independents thus far have declined to align themselves with cither of tho big parties, and have held Boveral secret caucuses. If they voto as a unit, as it now appears they may, they can delay business in the House just as long as party lines are At best neither Demo- maintained. crats nor Republicans will havo more than 215 party members, and 218 aro required to elect a Speaker, except by special agreoment. In case of a deadlock, many Democrats and Republicans bellevo It would bo their patriotic duty in tho face of an international crisis to break down party lines regardless of political fortunes. Tho dcslro of the House to keep its record clear of any chargo of tying President Wilson's hands, as the Sennto did, Is expected to play a big part In converting members to tho bipartisan proposal. term. woro In and J. T. Rono, Ccntcrtown, visiting attornoys this week. session another week. Deputy Sheriff Glvcns, of Grccn-vlll- o, A Card of Thanks. carao to Hartford yesterday Wo aro so thankful to our many with John Glvcns and John Gullum, of Martwlck, wanted here as witness- friends and neighbors for their lov es In tho Litsey trial. Sheriff Glv- ing kindness shown us during the cns served attachments and caught sickness and death of our loved one, a fast freight train In order to bo Mrs. J. II. Loyd, who on March 2, hero with tho witnesses yesterday. 11917, answered to tho Master's call. His prompt and thorough action caus- "Como up higher thou good and faithful servant." Wo also thank ed favorable comment here. Ben D. Rlngo, E. B. Anderson and them for the many beautiful floral Lewis Iglcheart, of Owensboro; B. S. dosigns. Morris, Henderson; Armstead Jones, MR. J. H. LOYD, MRS. JOSEPHINE ROGERS AND FAMILY. Rockport; J. M. Porter, Beaver Dam; I a tao. Tho grand Jury will remain ere Hartford Republican. l'HIDAY 1 Company H arrived In Louisville Thursday for early Wednesday morning with other Mrs. S. O. Kcown left companies of tho 3d Kentucky Ina visit with her son, Sergt. Gllmore now fantry where they will be mustered Kcown, who la with tho mllltla In Louisville. Mrs. 1. U. Taylor Tuesday joined ( ... , Mr. Taylor at Dawson Springs where tho latter Is spending soveral days for tho benefit of his health. Mr. W. E. Elliot tho firm of W. E. Ellis & Bro., will go to Owcns-bor- o today whero ho will bid on the 1317 Equity poultry pool of this district. Mr. It. C. Lewis, aged about 75, , Lt. Irvlngton ..10:40 a.m. who resided near Sunnydalo, died at 1:04 p. m. his homo on last Sunday night, of , Ar. Ellmltch M., H. & E. It. K. TIMK TABLE. senility, interment iook piaco iu night later. No. 116 South Bound. tho Wlmsatt burial grounds. STOP, LOOK, LISTEN. 846 a. m. Ouo at Hartford ItarKain in Plows Wo aro offering EUREKA FLOUR at following Bound, No. 114 North Plows at closin- prices, strictly for cash: 6:65 p. m. bargains In Plows Duo at Hartford g-out prices. bag $ .!J5 (Both "Mixed-Trains- .) S. L. KINO & CO., 12-Ibag $ .or, Hartford, Ky. 24-l- b bag $ 1.25 bag Bring youFlauridry to tho Queen's 48-I$ 2.r0 ), bag rtcstuurant, agents for tho Whlto $ 5.00 y Personal News $10.00 Swnun Laundry, ot Evansvlllo. Sat- 1 barrel, In cloth $10.15 isfaction guaranteed. Laundry call- 1 barrel, In wood Special All bags are of sanitary cloth. ed for Monday mornings. anil Social Euents. 30tf Prices subject to market changes. attention to rural customers. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. No action as to tho selection of a o-route for tho Federal Highway has " In County Court. Mr. D. E. Tuttlo, of FordsvlH?, was been tnken by tho commission. SevDr. J. G. Halo qualified as admineral telegrams urging tho selection hero Saturday on business. of tho central routo have been sent istrator of the cstato of Onia Halo, Tho young nicn of Hartford will commissioners from Hartford deceased on March 2. glvo u danco at Dr. Bean's rink to- to tho Tho will of W. J. Balzo, deceased, and other points this week. night. was probated and ordered to record Pious! Spring will soon bo hero on Monday. Esq. B. F. Rico was ap Mr. W. H. Olllcsplo lolt yesterday and you will need them. Plows Loupointed and qualified as executor. . nftomoon for a business trip to navu auvuuueui on imi iom 6lnco j B. F. Cooper was appointed and isville. year, but wo sell them at tho old t last qualified as administrator of cstato Mr. and "Mrs. P. . Tweddoll are last year prico. Anything in tho of John Gentry, deceased, on tho Sth. tho parents of a lino girl, horn last Farm Implement lluo wo have. Tho Ohio County Fiscal Court with & CO., Friday. S. L. KINO all mombers present was iu regular Hartrord, Ky. Mrs. John B. Wilson, who has monthly session on tho 7th. Other been sick for several days, was but-tIn tho magistrate announcements than tho allowance of small number yesterday. appears this week tho name of Mr. of claims of minor Importance not n, Mr. Italph Davidson, of Hondor-so- W. C. Daugherty, of tho Ilostno Dis- much business was transacted. m was tho guest of frloiuls hero trict. Mr. Daugherty feels that he Is fully qualified to assist In managMouday and Tuesday. Fordsvlllo Woman Dies. beMrs. John Harvo Lloyd died at her Mrs. l oTMcKonnoy7 of" Rockport, ing tho nfl'alrs of tho county, and visit tho family lieves tho road problem ouo of tho homo In Fordsvllle Friday morning arrived yesterday to It nominat- after a two mouths' llluoss. most vital Importance. Tho of Mr. R. II. aillesplo. ed and elected Mr. Daugherty prom-- ! remains woro buried in the FordsMr. and'MriJj. II. B. 'Carson have es to do his utmost nt all times for vlllo cemetery Sunday. returned from a trip east In tho Only the husband survives. tho good pf the county. of Carsou & Co. Fanning Implements Wo handle yesterMiss BoatrlcV Griffin left WANTED, AT ONCE, Vulcan Chilled and day afternoon to Join her mother, tho Celebrated A man to cultlvato 10 or 16 acres Blue Bird riows, Corn Planters, I Mrs. Attyo Orlffin, at Bardstowu. tobacco, 20 to 30 acres of corn. Dlso Harrows, Cultivators, Mowing Mr. E. E. Sandorfur has roturnod Machines, Hay nakes and various Good houso and good location. In to Edgoloy, La., after a buslucss trip othor funning tools. Wo also hau- - ono rallo of Hardinsburg on LoulaBEARD BROS., to Ohio county whoro ho formerly dlo tho Weber Wagon. Plow tlmo i vlllo road. Hardinsburg, Ky. resided. soon be hero, seo our line ho will Tho Ladles "Aid of tho Methodist fore buying. Eggs For Hatching. Church mot with Mrs. W. S. Tlnsloy W E. ELLIS & BRO., Barred Plymouth Rocks, exclusive-l- y. ud Mrs. J. B. Tappan Mow'iv nf- Hnrtford, Ky. Sotting of 15 for (1.00. Prices ternoon at tho homo of tho former. Will eell BIuo Mbuon, best Patent j made ou 100 or more 00 Tho next moaii.b w " "'"" JOHN ALLEN WILSON. Flour at 510 rcr barrel, and Red 3St2 j, a, aionu. II. & ST. L. H. H. TIMK TABLE. No. 113 duo at Ellmltch 8:32 p. m. No. 110 due at Ellmltch 7:30 a.m. No. 112 Lt. Ellmltch .. 3:40 p.m. Ar. Irvlngton .. 6:36 p.m. Lt. Irvlngton .. 6:66 p.m. Ar. Loulavlllo . 7:40 p.m. No. Ill Lt. Loulavlllo .. 8:36 a.m. Ar. Irvlngton ..10:00 a. m. ... out of tho U. S. Service. Tho men aro expected to arrlvo In Hartford tho last of this week or tho first of next. A telcphono message from Louisville yesterday gave tho Information that twelvo of tho boys had tho measles and wcro confined in tho City Hospital. An entertainment Is being planned by local citizens for tho company upon Us return. Tho entertainment will probably be In tho form of a banquet and If tho men arrlvo at an Inconvenient time, the affair will likely bo held on a drill I Tko Climate is Delightful on tlio Beautiiul Mississippi GULF COAST DURING MARCH AND APRIL Enjoy the taLiitj air and sunslilne In tkb eucLanihig laud of flowers. Flat) golf or tennis, motor, fish, sail or row. Low round trip fares, and convenient train service. Tickets to Now Orleans and. Gulf Coast points R. R, permit sldo trip to Pensacoia & Nashvlllo representatives ol tto Loulavlllo & Nashvlllo R. R. or address R. D. Puseij, General Passenger Agent, Loulavlllo, Ku. via Louisville at slight corf. For illustrated literature, schedules, etc, apply to local b. b. OS-It- COURT NOTES. Tho extra scslon of tho Ohio Circuit Court camo to a close. Saturday and Monday Judge Slack roturncd to convono tho regular March term. Many equity cases were tried and disposed of at tho extra session, and a number of preliminary orders wero dispensed with. This will greatly aid In speeding tho business of tho May term as tho minor matters other-wts- o would have como up for consideration nt that tlmo. By far tho most important trial at this regular term Is that of tho Commonwealth versus Ernest Lltscy. Litsey Is charged with tho murder of Hnden Curtis' nt Rockport last fall. Practically all of tho ovldenco was iu yosterday afternoon and a verdict Tho la expected beforo noon trial has attracted considerable interest and many havo attonded court dally from Rockport and other points In tho county for tho purpose of following lt. Attorneys for tho defense aro, Hcavrln & Martin and Jones, tho lattor of Rockport, whllo E. M. Woodward Is assisting Commonwealth's Attorney Smith and County Attornoy Kirk In the prosecution. Tho grand Jury yesterday afternoon returned twelvo indictments. Twelvo good mon from twelvo different sections of tho county composo this grand jury and they aro making a thorough Investigation of nil acts of lawlessness called to their attention. County Attorney Kirk urges that tho citizens of tho county with tho grand Jury and court to jus- law violators lu bringing x . jf&QQGm&ys6e l CALL ON US For Overcoats, Suiis, Odd or Pants, Ladies9 Coat Suits and Cloaks. Don't miss us. All new and Hub Clothitig Co. HARTFORD, KY. tt &i??svv;vv?ssv3 k ICKJQQSL. ' AM OF MYSTERY Slranflo Story of a French Exile ' of Ihe Last Century. MADE HIS HOME IfJ NEW YORK. He Lived a Royal, but Secluded, Life Downfall, Hero Until Napolcon'a , I When Ha Vanished to Reappear, Per. Iiapo ns King Charles X. of France. TOO GREAT A RISK. park for game. The chateau was llttlo less than a fortress. The master of the hotiso wore the costume of a French gentleman, lived royally nnd Introduced as far ns possl b!o the manners of feudal France. Ho was attended hy n retinue of Frenchmen, nmonff them a physician, who feoro tho name of I'ietrow. During all his sojourn In the wilder, iicsa Mullor received numerous papers from abroad. It was very common for liliu to comment upon the progress of Son.1p.1rte, nnd, when news came of his disaster Jn P.ussla, Muller was overjoyed and began to ni:t!;c prejta-ratieto return home, nnd when the overthrow of Bonaparte was assured lie ro.le nway en horseback to tnlte rassane for France. Mnny have been the conjectures ns to the identity cf this man. lie preferred lib Incognito completely. It waa believed that only his physician who had knew his tiue name. Tln-s-carefully ntudtcd tho events of the time nnd mow the h'story of the roy.il family of France believed that Muller was n Bourbon prince hiding from Bonaparte. The puysician once said that Mnllcr was "cousin the second to the Dul;e of Anrouleme," but the belief geuerally Is that he was a member of tho Bourbon family, who, on the abdication of Bonaparte, was restored to his royal privileges. Dy many It was supposed that the mysterious American visitor was no other than the Count of Avtols, who ua.l been banished from Fiance by Napoleon and who later governed that country ns Charles X. Only a man with such cunning ns he Is credited with possessing could have concealed his Identity in the wilds of Madison county. Tho Count of Artois was the right age. fifty-onin 1S0S, had n sufficient motive nnd nnswers In character nnd In methods of amusement to e 1 Jn tlio yenr 1S0S I'rcnch pcntlcninn mo into the wilds of tho southern Iinrt or Mmllson comity. X. V nml reeled n chateau upon the wooded summit of tho highest hill In Georgetown. Ho had purchased 2,700 acres of land, paying for it close to $UM00. Ho pare the name of I.otiis Am.ilhc .Mnllcr. IIo Itrouglit great wealth In gold and sllrcr coin into the wilderness and spent It lavishly In clearing land, erecting Ills homo and establishing n great Muller. There is n lapse In history ns to the movements of the count. In July, 17S0, ne left France ns leader of the emion to his return to France in 1S14 is somewhat Involved. For the reason that his real name was as odious In Loni.1 Ama'.he grants, and his career from this time lr If , 1 America ns In Europe it Is thought that ho came to this country not only to avoid Bouapaite, but to put to rest the tongues that were busy with his ' nn.mc. The description of Mullcr's personal appearance Uts accurately the descriptions of the Count oArtois. or Charles X. As a wiiter puts It. "Tho rassion for hunting and dread of Bonaparte rinccd by Muller point unerringly to Artois ns the man who occupied the ..fhatcau on Muller hill." When Artois tieenme king it Is said that ho endangered his throne through his devotion to the chase. , The time of Muller's or Artois" departure for Europe to bo present when Bonaparte was subdued cannot be accurately given. ITe left New York Into In 1313. The time of his return to America to settle his nffulra and. sell his estates is known. It was when nil danger from Bonaparte vns past after the battle of Waterloo. After the hundred days of Napoleon's rule and the return of Louis XVIII. to I'aris it Is 6a!d by his blogranhers that tho Count of ArtoN hi Id uiuof from publi.-- affairs. Was he ulwiiit in America? Muller was In this country se'ling his estates during that pcilod. Upon his return to France he waited patiently until 1S21 to place tho crown upon ills head. Tlio stormy llfo of Charles X. ended t Gorltz, Austria, in 1K10. His bono-- i lie theio in tho chapel of tho Francis-cniiK- . His llfo has never been fully written, but ids personality, romantic career, etc., lit well Into the mysterious Muller. Fhlhdelphla Piess. Organ Pipes. The nnrnes of the different parts of n organ pipe nre lnteiestlng. For instance, the air Is forced In through n tote in the pointed too of the pipe, goes through the tluc (the silt cut In tbo !dc) and strikes the Up. In somo cases It then hits tlio beard (a metal cylinder attached just below the opening) find rebounds nrainst the lip, producing a double vibration. There is also a tongue, sud the upper part is called the barrel, Exchange. Stating the Truth. "I thought j on said if Stabel refused you you would surely die." "I did." "But Mm turned you down, and jrou'ro still living." "Yes, but I still expect to die boeqo day.- "- Detroit Free-- Press. Hear one man before you answer, several before you decide. Danish laying. spent Thursday Mrs. Will cHlCa j nnd Friday In Owcnsboro. Mrs. George Arnold, Mrs. Virgil GcH'ITlGlltS Campbell, Mr. aud Mrs. W. O. Keid nnd Mrs. J. S. Bean spent Tuesday French Dry Cleaned and Pressed In GIANT WOLVES OF THE SEA. Sa Superior Manner. Owcnsboro. W. Creep filled his regulir Send us your Garments nnd Huv. Bro. J. Savago Killer Whiles S'.vim In Ranks, appointment at the Christian church Them Like Trained Soldiers. The killer whale nsual'y travels and here Saturday and Sunday. CLEANED CLEAN Mr. and Mrs. Kay Sloan, of Lcitch- hunts in "schools" or pniks of fiom thiee to a dueu ir in u individuals. 'field, havo moved here. Packages callc-- for and delivered Mr. Willie Ferguson, who works ' I nlike most whales, the mcnibois of the!! schools do not travel In a fclrag-glin- at tho I. C. Depot, and Miss Chine THE ELITE PURSING CUT by side, Sanders, the postmaster's daugliii''. party, but twim their movements as regulaily timed as wero married nt home February IS, A. Ivn Null, Prop. those of soldiers. A ivgulaily spnecJ by Itcv. J. W. Creep In tho prc-enHASTFOIU), KENTUCKY. row of advancing long black tins swiftly cutting the undulating surface of of a few relatives and friends. Mrs. Ed Wilson, who has been M il ii ll1fsMuriti",?tW: the sea produces a sineti'nrly sinister-effect- . , the guest of her mother, Mrs. The evil impression Is well EE rrasKsrcrrer GCAKAXTr:i:n skiivick at Cecilia, lias returned home since killers aie the inot savage Ono hundred per cent remorseless of whales. The Jaws plays, "Our Church Fair." aud The value. Special work for W. teeth, and "Kentucky Bella," given for the are armed with rows of effective O. W. with which the anim.ils attack and do benefit of the new union church, W. F. STEVENS. vour seals and porpoNes and even de- realized a neat little sum of money In stroy some of the larger whale. R. F. D. 7. Hartford. Ky. Fifty-fiv- e typewriters Lea-soKillers are like giant wolves of the spite of the weather. Representing Continental explained by Moving Picsea, and their ferocity strikes terror to Marble & Granlto Co. ture machine. Seven big Deother warm blooded Inhabitants of the maBUKmmmmmmmmmmammu partments ghorthand, Bookdeep. The Eskimos of the Alaskan FOR FLETCHER'S keeping, Telegraphy, Stenotypy, coabt of Bering sea cousldcr killers ns I actual wolves in hca fim. They beMusic, Primary Normal. Ex lieve that In the early iljy. when thi? pert teachers. Modern equip IVonitm War Booty Is Enormous world was young and men ami anima's ment. assured R Position Berlin, March 3. The booty made could change their form at will, land S Write for catalogue. wolves often went to the edge of the by the armies of the Central Powers shore Ice and changed to killer i hales, tdnce the beginning of the war Is and the killers returned to the edge of eollosal. With the war materia! conDaviess Co. Bus. College the ice and came out as wolves, to go quered in tho campaigns on the dlf- Some of the ravening over the land. TOR PERSONAL HYGIENE Incorporated fercnt frouts several large armic- Dissolved In water for douthea itopr natives assure one that even today cer- 'could be equipped. OWKNSBOHO, KY. pelvic catarrh, ulceration and tain wolves and killen, and still enBefore the drive thru Kunmnla Recommended by Lydla E. dowed with this power nnd on nccouut Pinkharn Med. Co. for ten years. of their malignant character are much began Kl.000 guns, 4,500 machliK A healing wonder for nasal catarrh, 'guns, C.000,000 shells of all sizes, feared by huuters. sore throat and sore eyes. Economical. Killers are known to swallow small 1,900,000 rifles, 14.000 ainmunltloi Kit citranftjuury ctraiiiina and acmiioM rwtr. Fro 50r. all dmisitli. ct lutntU SarloTlxr'aitcoT'oO.tCrniPfPr. Rcioo. Nltm. try seals and porpoises entire and attack wngons, 2,000 automobiles and thou- Fetro Mcnta Relives Files maJ. large whales by tearing away their sands of other vehicles had been tak- No matter how stubborn the fleshy lips and tongues. When attackcas'o may ho Pctro-Ment- a will ing large prey they work In packs, icn. up to January 1 In Rumania, bring relief. A trial will convince with ull the unity aud tieiecness of so . vkcMw OV CO 65 YEAP.3' you. For sale by Ohio County many wolves. National Geographic '1,800 guns; 950 machine guns, 200,EXPCHICNCC 000 rifles and 2,100 wagons of al! Drug Co. Price 25c. Magazine. kinds had fallen Into the hands of the j German, Bulgar The Inconsiderate Mice. A more kind hearted and Ingenuous ian and Turkish forces. soul never lived thau Aunt Betsey, but she was a poor housekeeper. On ono Dogs Saved Sixty Cents. TnAoc Marks occasion a neighbor who had run In for Dcsicttc The Belfast, Maine, correspondent Copvnto:iT3iic. ll1 a "back door" call was horrified to see 'of the Bangor News tells this story Anrnne' int' S"flf"' "1'K "f i'tl"nnii'T a mouse run across Aunt Betsey's ti mo t n nir cu n.' C IllTt- 1 kitchen floor. "Why on earth don't of an intelligent dog: llnmr Jerry Is a llttlo Boston bulldog IC'HI you set n trap, she asked. "Well." replied Aunt Betsey, "I did Bad Cough? Feverish? GrlppyV bae a trap set. But lund, It was such t a fuss! Those mice kept getting into You need Dr. King's New Dlscov- M It!" Youth's Companion. ;ery to stop that cold, tho soothing balsam Ingredients heal tho Irrltat- - FARM LANDS nnd City Residences nro now selling nt a low cost, Monster Anchors. jed membranes, soothe the toro throat The old style nnchor except ns the tho antiseptic qualities kill the germ but don't expect it to be so alplctuicd symbol of hope Is fast passways. If you over expect to own quickly relieved. Dr. ing away. The modern anchor Is mado and your cold is your farm or your home now is Discovery has for 4S of steel rather than of wt ought Iron, King's New tho time to buy. lias no "fetoi'k," has ball and socket years been the standard remedy for coughs aud colds in thousands of joints and fits closely against the hide WE HAVE several farms listed In of the ship when utowed. Tlio-for homes. Got u bottlo and havo Ohio county and they can be our largest warships weigh 20,009 it handy In your medlcino chest for bad for reasonable prices and pounds upiece. coughs, colds, croup, grippe and all liberal terms. If wo do not bronchial affections. At your drughavo tho particular farm you Butternut Dye. 2 gist, 50c. wo will mako efforts to get BltCAIX PATTERNSperfect lit, simplicity sn Butternut (Juglnus cinerea) was Celebrated lor style, reliability nearly SO years. noM In i.carlj a valuable dye material. It it for you. Genius is only a superior power of every city and tomi In tlio Ui lied Mates anf usunlly is colored brown, but tho Canada, or by wall dircft. Jlmo told thai any other nuke. Scud lor lice catalogue. shades could be varied. Thp "Confed- seeing. Huskln. IP YOU want to move to Hartford erate Jeans," the cloth much used for whero our children will havo the HfcCAUS MAGAZINE any othei fatnloi Hoie tubtcrlbers than Holds Fish Can Smell. uniforms in Tennessee and Kentucky snaj;azlna million a rmntli. Invaluable, I.al ndvantago of a good high school ctt styles, patterns tlrciimaLIni;, millinery, n nose, but it can during the war between the stutes. A fish hasn't plain sewing, lincy needlcnoik,ha.(lrisiln;, notify us. Wo havo houses nnd was dyed with tho bark of this tree. havo Recent experiments ctltuette, coutl tturles, etc. Only CO cents smell. lots for salo aud believo you can year (worth doubli), including a Ine pattern proved that odor travels through Subscribe today, or send (or sample copy to your select one from our list The Receptive Mood. WONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS water, just as it does through air. liking. i toAgents. Postal brings premium catalogui Yeast How does your wlfo like her Anglers havo laid so much htrcss on I and new cash prise oflcis. Address uew neighbor? McCAU CO. K U :tl W, 371k St. NEW TOU tho need of exciting a fish's Interest WE HAVE a comfortable homo tn Crlmsonbcuk Oh, she likes her. by tho look of food that, tho effect Hartford, modern improvement "Why. that woman repeuts everyA of scent has been overlooked. thing she hears." and a good gardon in cultiva"Yes; that's why my wife likes Lor." shark will bite nt a hook containing tion for calo or rent. Place Yonkcrs Statesman. n piece of fat pork, although tho pork rents for $10 a month. does not look Uko any kind of fish A Iiy, Literary Punishment, then, that swims tho sea. "Ma, when I cumo in last night I should the trout bo expected to be Call on or address found Emily devouring u novel." interested only in an artificial "gray "And this morning she was eating a hacklo?" falls. TINSLEY & BURNETT Succeed v;btn everything elsefimals rercal." Ba'.timoro American. In neivou"3 ptosttatloa und It may bo heresy in angling to sugthpv uru the Bunrerns wenknesse gest that a "fly" should smell Uko i remedy, oi thousands havo tcuiiflcd. f The Plow. Heal Estate Agcnta, flyt Theso scientific experiments FOR KIDNf-Y- , LIVER AND Emperor Shun Nung of China taKentucky. show how largo a part smell plays in STOMACH TROUBLE lented tbo plow nnd Introduced agriit Is t'.o bent medlcino ever sold L culture aud medical science la 1200 tho food pursuit of fish. Unit, such Republican Office. over u. itrucrr!iH rnnnti-r- . U.O. a3 small crabs, was found and eaten (t Doth Phones. j i j jus-tilleWil-lard- Waslilnjjton o Pensioner Droaded the Matrimonial Yoke. Oni o'' lir reclp!eiils of Wnsliinglon'fl bounty 'i.is his old ticUlilmr, Caplnln John I'osuy. lNney sold Washington not only hU Ferry farm, bit also his claim to v. ctri n lands. He became financially cnilariaitsed-h- i fact, ruined ; li'si family uere Kcnltereil, and he made frequent applications to Washington for ihIvIm Mini assistance. Wush'tiglou helped to educate a son. St. I.nwieiicc. who had been reduced to the I in rd espedlent of tending bar In u tavern, and ! also kept n daughter, Mllly. nt Mount Vernon as u noil of companion to Mrs. Washington. The caplalu onto wrolc the following delightful letter, which Is tiitolcJ by Paul Lcliiud Iluuoith in "George Washing, ton. Farmer:" "I could (have) been able to (have) Satisfied all my old Arrears, some mouths AGoe. by marrying (an) old She widow woman In this County. has large soius (of) cash by her and Prlttey good 1M. She Is ns thick ns she Is high And gits diunk at Least (lircc or foure (tliurai a weak which is Bisasreable to me has Vlilaut Spcr-rl- t been (a) great Diswhen I)runk-i- tn pute In my mind what to Doe. I I shu'd Ituii all llesks If my Last wife, had been (an) Even woman, but her Sperrlt, has Given me Mich (at Shock that I am afraid to Bun the llc-- U again." Evidently the captain did not find n way out of his troubles by the matrimonial mute, for Miiuewliat later he was In jail at QucmiMowii, inestimably for debt, and we find in one of Washington's cash meuior.indmii books under date of Oct. 1.1. 17"a, "By Cluuity given Captu. Pcsey, four pounds." Ono of the sous later settled in Indiana, and Posey count Is named after him. be-leatern-per'd gone to Russia to secure orders for of being lowered In tho ntor, nnd Amerlcnn shoes, Arthur S. Blggcr- - nlmost nt tho timo tlnio nil tlio fiah-e- s lntulT, of this city, representing n St. began nlhlltng nt tho bag. Wlion Louis house, has returned with or rctlon was stuffed Into Itn ders totnllng moro than ?2,00l),0l)i. "nostrllo" tho dogfish would seldom When tho talesman suggested an observe tho food that came near Invasion oC Utifsla the house; he rep tlicm. If they saw olhor dogfish resented looked with disfavor on (lie oating, thoso whoso nostrlU wero plan and declined to advance him it u Coil would Join them nnd take money. He mr.de an agree a share In tho feast, but when kept meat with the house that he would to themselves they starved In tho Chicago Herald. go nt his own evpense, receiving in midst of plenty. return n percentage on nil the Iniot-- ' secured. Ills profits amount EIGHT STATICS SEN!) lUIVEBS ncss he TO Dl'KOO .IEHSEY SHOW j to almost $f00,000. Mr. lllggcrstalT will return ti HopkliiRvlllc. Ky., March 3. Tho Ktissla in the spring. He says American manufacturers could secure an initial salt4 of Daroc hogs from the almost unlimited amount of business herd of James H. Campbell was held in Kiihsl.i ii they ueio more optimis- hero this afternoon. Fifty breed sows tic and willing to make tlio proper and nine boars wero sold at prlcu ranging from $r0 to $:!00 each, un erfort to get it. average of SiO.fiO each. Model HOUSE IIKAXCH PEKSO.VAI.S. Imperalor, a boar, which won honors Feb. 2G. Dr. J. S. Bean spent ag scnor jcarllng at tho Loulavlllo o Thursday in Louisville. Stale Fair and Memphis Mrs. Mary Leach nttended tho fun- Fair, was consigned by John II. Wileral of Mrs. Henry Leach In Hart- liams. Tills hoar sold for ?l,lfin ford. ami was bought by T. G. James, o Mrs. Nancy Cobb, who has been Sharkey, Miss. Buers came from visiting Mrs. John Pierce, has re- Florida, Mississippi, Alabama, Tenturned to Evansvllle. nessee, Illinois, Iowa, North Dakota Mr. Joo Stewart, who has been an,i Kentucky. ' confined to his room for some time, Is able to be at work again. Mrs. Vernon Crowdcr is convaics- - Wc KflOCk tllC Spots Out Of Tlliilgi tlirco tlmca a. by the fishes two-oJtUHSfAX FOKTUNK FOR COUKAGI'.OI'H HALKSMA.V inpldly when tho bIicIIs wcro Itrolt- en. Bait placed InMdo n gauzo brg Memphis, March .1. After having was mnelled within thrcn mliiutiM r IProfessionwa' MRHBff6l4 M rkiirs.rMj'.nnr fl-countrymen. 1.7. " "I1""?.". f ava ?t)jI 9MW wr ; W Otto C. Martin" Attorney at Law IIAU'IKUKU, Will C!id KY. practice hla profusion In adiuiiiinK fit ciHiiitled. ami Criiniii.il I'rartJco n CotiniierWaJ apwlalty. IjltlOrAMERiCAIJlOS city nlitre cotd l.otels In abound, tlic I'ontiiUu liciCs the io lilt. It It firt la the hctrti of its OiJMLORXL Beaver Dam, Ky. Highway and Drainage Design. DR. The Powtat.t! n tcTncil, ex-tIl excel-I- ,ve, tnl rtilful lutttwn on IVnnsjUanu II Mtcct'. Avenue, I3.h anl 'i r j1.m it n deMralils liM tor lir (.'at cuu.'U, tfiuilt Uicoli and I .mti, conventions, rat HART VETRRINARY . 0. E. SUHGEON ky. iii:avi:ic dam, Trl-Sfu- I!ge. , j t'owhftan att'SfU the of culture anil education. li rrixlmit to Stale. War and Natv Department, alio to many interett, el Imtorlcal paints nekn this tctet rrcialljr attractive 13 a JucrlmiiuiinK public. Tht Powhatan cITers teems witu (Jtuclud bath at 51.50, $2 CO and up Rooms w'Ui pit-vahull, $i 53. $1 nC ami ir Wiite fttr l V. CLIVI'CV The Olllie Jiiincs 'I'utlnr'M l.lvery Bam. i;kJl L':' LKjrrsiaJCSi! . r. . U rriAnr.MMiir A i.cntt .ra- ..'im, .. .1.1 i tir ii I, k.ii -- " m our TIAT Bist Tie.i rsi-()'ju towtvCiM, tin liiMklrl. tot ir kt it)i for fltCC rr;irt .1 mi . nirnn riiiniu I I I Ladies' WfCIl'S I PAiSiwa . .. II -- i i ii 003-OO- a . .. ... . imiiioio ri ..itutf Sovinh Otrcot, nr WfSHNOTi-it . . r? trc KN:r.i irfrr4;ui0 i U W I WILL YOU TAKE OUR. GERMINAL REMEDY A Trcakenl WEAK for LUNGS or RKujLWWQEt CONSUMPTION in an A Quick rcllel for Hut tireJ. rundov.n (eellnc. couchi, pains In clicst. nlchl iwcali, hrmoi (hire.. wraW lunct or coniumrllon. II It dt satbatp yo it eots oo aolMat. . FOR ONE MONTH OHIO MEDICAL CO. g..j.--rr- SSiK'J? f. fU.-Hv- i Children Cry -. CASTOR KILL-rriANB A CUSfl the LUNGS n COUGH W s n jJEvcry Wanisj WITH Haw AND ALL Sisesirsrf AND LUNOTflOURlES. inflaxn-mntio- n. TimOlT I J CUAUANTEED BATIGPAClOIiyJ S j OR MONEY REFUKDE1). . wn.yrjM. n . gtn w Austro-Hungarla- u, Real iiSS 'W. i qni-L- (HLBaSBESaBBKBVaail ,i.Uk-- pnocunrD and nrrcNoco. tr i, rl wil to uUtUn kji j inula iiua,lI ilaUTiu. Low I Mtt.rijLu.itiL. 1lJJ;o,i!t eult. niK-rti- f s '. md lililnrtiwi: piicuci ueiniwiy. ,t. rnmn lu ul &t H.(a SmI. aiar TIaiiJ SUt faUat Oata, VigiSINOTON. D. C. tu a,t r.nurjTnics. !.rrt t U husi.i'i'ian mitt jiw.u j:tnietf j i. 1 ttiX I E state! .VTNv c 8 i I mm sssirissL saiMtlf i . Jfi - " r.t. U xmviy . it im AT.--,l- ". rii a 1. rv . -- "-. t . j;X -- v 1. y de-sl- ro for-mer- P0PMMEC&S 300 ARTICLES-3- JViAGAZINB ILLUSTRATIONS 00 I'allicr and Son nnd AH tlio Family, it nppcalsl toullclasnes tlldanrlYounB-.MeiianrtWomc- nJ it ii inn avuruo aineoauiti m inpuituu.u& boinita tbruuKhout tbo orM. Our aurclrn Cbrrf.pondeuta uro ropttuutly i n tho ati U for thluiiS usw and lutorcatlng and it ii fr,EP Informed of tho World'o Progress ln ifc Knftlttrlnff. Mrttunirtt nnrt Invfnllnn. Foil Electric itfer ELI no snap Nat uaaartmam t.y crmH I'ratllcal liluta fur Hbop M orK and rivr wnjJ fur ual lujuiaa n uu lumua amuiiii mo iiowv. 117 fur tba Pnra aadj Smataur Machaitlca lllrlawnollLuturuisotblniia.lvllaliowtniaafconiro IhMl .tl.l 1'ulnr.r.t.h llnHlli. Ittulllf.. tUltlt.. HuOW Uhce Jewelry, itooil Furnlturu, atu. Contains lu-- l u uciioua lor mo aitft.uuMC,u"Tui vr uuti dihj, t.ut.u i St.CO Pin YEAR SINOLK C0PIC9. ! tff.M hw Mw.StM ar If.ia th pukUMj I Sample copy ul b aant on raquaat Written So You Can Understand III ; " 4it POPULAR MECHANICS MAChZINEI a No. Michigan Avonuo, Enivami WHMHBHBHKaHi QOOD Hartford, you tuVo tho Drnuglion Tralulu, tbn trulniiiir that tmaitiutu inu liKltiihM. Yoia can tnbo It a I cvUetie or tin mint. Wiito liMut,? UIUVUUOM'b3 P OSITIO Secured or Your Money Baex 1'UALTR'lti UUblNKSH fOLLUUN faUuCJjl. Ujf. vaBwarrrniririTii-Miswatiiirni- m- ; 7Xft - iMJtli'Mlfeu.ll.Wp.UH .j v t)r 'trsBftgj,to'n1Mijg Farm Department Nelson, of i -"- emphasize tho economy of feeding grain on pasture IIIkIi Prices WfiOTE VERSES THAT ANGERED THE ; Interest Farmers In Ilcnn Crops. KAMI ,. tho , pi Ices aro duo stock. 'resulting from tho European war and his verses nnd onco said to have been Tho carcasses of animals that havo exccsslvo mois- rebuked becauso his poem, "Tho Gerdied of a suspected Infection or con- - to heavy losses from ture utid early frosts during tho 1910 man Trained Army of tho Turks," taglnus illsoaso should bo burned, or, offended tho Kaiser, Is out of tho if thnt Is Impossible, they should bo Benson. "Tho 10 J 0 commerclnl bean crop army. Ii lucUundcr ground and cov burled Ho has been In 111 chnlth, follow.re,, with unsWkod lime before nil., of thu United States amounted to S, 3 ing a nervous breakdown two year.i 1. rown prlncl,,,! Imp l,i tlm flirt w ...... ."o nnd Now ugo and is now to be retired nt his in Michigan, California The liido should never l.o removed, York. The nverago yield was 9.4 own request. Hu is a brother of the not only on ucoiint of the grave Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark., bushels, tho December" farm prico late Governor Steunenberg, of Idaho, j Kcr to tho operator, who may becomu says: "I think Cardui is the greatest mcdicino on cat th, ?r.uii per bushel, as compared with nsbnssinuted some years ago. "In 1910 the crop was sown very Infected through a cut or wound, 52.2i two j ears previous. In OnHere aie verses from the poem that for women. Before I began to take Cardui, I was early, 89.7 per tint being In by but butauso It will carry und hpread tario, where nbout 7(iu,U00 bushels angered so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy thu Kulscr and almost germs of disease, April 1. Tho yield of 33.2 bushels tho spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and of tie.'Mis tire Clown annually, the brought .Steunenberg bcfuio an army Whenever possiblu tho carcass .1. 'was the best for tho fourteen-yea- r as strong as I ever did, and can eat most anything." years has averyield for thirty-tw- o ffCH period. In 1012, though, when Icsj should bo burned or buried on tho aged hovuiiIi-ciBegin taking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers. biiehels, with $1.25 than 1 per cent of tho crop was In b spot where It died. If It la nocessa- as tlie averago price. Away for Constantinople tho liost3 of April 1, tho yield, with u favorablo ry to remove ttiu carcass, ii snotim "A bran dlseaso known as Allah sped, n bo placed on n stoneboat, and not May, was 31.3 bushels. April nnd and which attacks pods, And tho only 01.es that halted were ground to tho piano dragged on the causes heavy losstho ones that stopped the lead. Disinfect thu stone-bo- beans and leaves, of disposal. I'OUI.TUY NOTI'S. es. For this disease, sometimes re- Quotli a Serbian lieutenant then: using for this purpoijo. after Meat I 'or Tho Ijijer.x. " 'TIs evident to me ferred to us 'ban spot,' and which Animal food of tomo kind Is an nb retcmbles apple or tomato rot, there That yon army has been studying tho t.'niKet Is (Jerm DUen-- e. For tills rca- Is no satisfactory cure. oluto ncce slty for laying hens, lluy books of Von Molt-kcc!- " i.u green bone, havo It grounii line, ' m ...... .... u .. M,BSOlir, farnR.rs wlio plan to W)I fresh to mechanical Injury Rn)W hmM ghou,(, ,)0 car(jfll, tQ BU. gald a bono with some meat should bo so- - forgot was duo TurkIah corporal nm wl.llo this cause '" E'ud. AnthucnoaQ j lectul mn from German teaching frce- dt i3 traitsrulttocl through tho teed, cannot be entirely eliminated, Wo ain't much on formation, but wo ! seems evident from all recent work WM,,,IIg or brushing of tho .Mature. Hens For Hrcedlng. sure are h 1 for speed!" Sclerl maturo hens, und not pul- - thnt practically all cases aro due to fm)gl fn)m ojp p,ftnt t(j B1oUlt!rt or go Ulcy Bprlntcd nlght and morning ,, let-- , ( 10 for breeding purposes, advises Infection, the germs gaining entrance ,t m.iy hQ earr,e(1 , un tio,r ,ungg werQ flt tQ burst duct. ,.The ))ean p,antj ke n iCBmcSt But lheJ. won tho slx.day Marathon .V i: Fox, nsflstnnt In poultry bus- - through tho teat H Is well known that sterile milk Jh h.andry in tho KansnStato Agricul- lhey reached tho cUy first! r ntr0 , Ealhercr or son oul,d I cvp v"lG rclnove1 uo " t Lira! College. The bean is also one or the most Cr. a x..'-t-rtfaRsf5vigor should bo under the most rigid precautions. vahablc arUcics of food. Deans may a tnlo thnt points a moral. 'Most any Constitutional full of life and action, filled with the selection This Indicates that germs are to bo bQ Brown n n var,ct. of eol3 Jml aN, mo n ge(j the nr.st consideration in the fire of fine Inspiration and followed In tho udder moft of the t mo. by 250 short stories of adventure, vays w ed B,nuld b(, wqU pro, Thnt lts tmo to dIsrcBard tho way3 of a hen," said Mr. Fox. "The head foxm viii make ,n cd Should bo broad, wide, nnd t deep; the Under i ordinary circumstances tlicsoof Jnck801I ' 0rant and Lce; 1l!1UnE ,B .. rowg al)out 28 ' .. ... . . . occnslonapart, an ordinary gram drill For tho sacred Scripture tells us: tun, rounu, nun pniuiiiiuiii, luu Iinrti.rl-- iln lltlln hnrin. lint 4.T.3 Inches a harmful one gets In nnd Ects or cpecal jcan p,anter bdg UEC(, l.'eak ..hort and Mont, and tho neck " "Ye shall know them by their up severo inflammation. This Is es- - In Michigan tho small white pea bean )t inrduim length. works": Individuals should bo selected peciai.j nue 10 no 1110 u.bL a nuuut h mofct cxtcll3lvcIy grown Markcl. So wo mt our hats t0 Von dcr Goltz freshening, or during tlio ng in ls n)aInIy llirough bean.grower8. the man who trained tho Turks! that have well proportioned back, tho time of c V. . .....J ...M Tirrd nt tho rrar .,vlr..,(lv . Tin lime 1110 COW IS UI.M.ih nil. ill uum nsfrociatlons." Is nn accumulation of Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' Page, -tAnd now, whllo Europe trembles on bin's bnuld!iac broad, deep breasts periods there Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, nnd "a ton of fun," Articles of ex milk that Is not drawn out regular w. ii Ir,nc I.celn. which nhniild the verge of deadly fray, a Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best How's This? to the rear. The body ly, and consequently It forms lTh rinvn nf np.ir.n In Conine In tho ten I wi-minds; the best the world can produce for you and everyone rood medium In which bacteria can "Wa offer Ono Hundred Dollars t,liul.l have plenty of enpneity to eood 0id u g A m the home, there is no age live. When thero Is much accumu- Reward for nnj' case of Catarrh ' Fori you betp tho f0reign powers will ro ei lor. tho dlgertivo and limit to enthusiasm for The of milk, milking should bo that cannot bo cured by Hall's Three Current Issues Free Indica-tlo- - lation organs. Another leave Undo Sam alone Youth's Companion. n or dono In order to get out these foreign Catarrh Cure. If you do not know THE COMPANION or Is tho Whllo our highbrows down at Leavl"ir let us send you Thrco Current Issues F. J. CIIEKRT & CO.. Toledo. O. organisms beforo they becomo harm Vou nro studying enworth Wf. the undereluncd. have known F. J blunWio nnll TREE. Iocloso this Coupon with your 52 Times a Year While It is not necessary nt the Cheney for tho last IS years, nnd belleva request. Holme. Pi'tct only active, vigorous hens ful. , not 12. ,nif him perfectly honorable In all business "' U1 w"t. -- r 0Pllrn transactions and llnanclally nolo to carry Those who subscribo now, sending $2 A k o) ruU for this Is tlio Old say- by his llrm. for tho C2 issues of THE COMPANION tirnductlon by milking dry. yet it is cut any obligations niado COMMERCE. More good reading tlfan you will Ini ".e hi st hen is tho first off tho natiONAI BANK OF German eagle soars for 1915, will receivo Tho Companion get in any of the monthly out a small Toledo, o. And while the Home Calendar FREE. roost in the morning nnd the last on much better to milk .above the nalknn storm, Cure Is taken Internally. Hnll's Catarrh magazines. - -- - nclliiB directly upon U10 blooa ami mu- - .. " In the e ruing Avoid the use 01 nil- flttlnij time to strikes us as a litis, than it is' cous surfaces of tlio system. Test moniala SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE ho gatilsms out of tho-sent free, l'rlco 73 cents per bottle. Sold iraiuru pull Is. If pullets must chance the uniform: OTB for several hy nil Drunclats. THE HARTFORD RKrURLICAN AMI VOUTH'S COMPANION, nscl mate thene birds to cocks and to allow It to accumulato Tak(J HaU. F,mltv ,,,, t0T constipation. Let's get ono of those shiny things ONE YEAR FOR ONLY $2.75. ""'anot tockerels." , thoy wear across tho breast, I I And add a gleaming helmet with an ' MaUhiK Forage Crops Take Flace Of I Winter layers I "or UrccillnK. eagle on the crest. THE FOR FLETCHER'S Grain. Mark tlio laying hen. Any hen SEWINO tlio ono -- Forage crops niaKo cheap pork, be- can lay In tlio spring but And down at sunny Leavenworth let that lays through winter when eggs causo they permit cutting the grain Dutch professors rule; OF n nre high is the one deserving iccog- - ninWHnco to tlio minimum. A Value Tobacco Crop. And build a model brewery an anQUALITY. jEa ii by promotion to the breeding jcm 0f management which will Kf 1015 nex to tho school l!lti nlsh through tho entire grazing hca- - Kentucky $55,321,000 $27.7119,000 A marblo bust of Von der Goltz re11. I. Kempster of tlio Missouri h0 si,0id be plnnncd early. 22.221,000 splendent In the hall, N. Faiollna 3'.,:!20,000 NOT Collego of Agriculture says every- jVO nnd bluo grass will furnish Virginia of Kaiser BUI 1S.8C3.000 13,575,000 And photographs SOLD thing Is to bo gained and nothing na!,turo early in the spring, and may nvnmw...... 4,390,000 adorning ev'ry wall. UNDER S.25S.000 lobt by selecting breeding hens dur-- 1 j,0 f0flowed by alfalfa or clover. Hogs M0rvlunl ANY 1,381,000 3.1 12.000 OTHER lug winter It is easy to select tho unvo i,L.Cii turned on to alfnlfa at the g Carolina 2,039,000 And ho who seeks promotion must 2,839,000 NAME. laying hen. Her comb Is bright and .Mlbsourl Collego of Agriculture ns w 083,000 jrginin 1,00 1.000 subsist a solid year red and her pin bones will bJ1 early as April 10, although it will pi,)rjdu 816,000 On pretzels, cheese nnd Wienerwurst, 01S.000 TX?vf,n Ttrant f mntfrA ) WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. spread apart. Hens meeting these USI1ally bo several weeks later beforo jubSollr , , 378.000 450,000 and good old German beer; 1 In life joumast know I v what Iiiicw in business nnd tadefr IfyoupurchasntlioNUW 1IOMK you wilt luaIllkalIon should bo set apart ,jt 8 ready. Clover will usually bo (,,,.1., 34 1,000 And notify tho colonels sound tho 114.000 rj, in lOG.iuuji uiiu tciciil havo a llfo asact at tlio price you ay, and will (ready for pasture during tho last hnlf ,riamS with n good, vigorous innlo bird. 60,000 51,000 warning near and far! Oct out of the rut; pet on the Urine I'd- - Bttd not havo an endless clinln of repairs. It Is folly to breed from the eittl'0 '0f jjay. T(..as 28,000 27.000 That they've got to sing "Die Wacht best j Tliebo crops must bo seeded tho ij01ltjami Hock lly selecting a few of thu am Rhcln" beforo they get the 3S.000 25.000 Quality birds, progress will bo made. Wnoro vcar previous to thnt In which they Alabama 22,000 18,000 star. Ii V "l II MP B poor aro t0 u0 grazed. I'crhups tho best, Gns!dcie4 no selection Is practiced, tlio When ho was 22 years old Capt. tlio nwwt.ntcrfstlncam! cjeft.I imiffBtln.. and producers will ho used for breeding, j spring sown forngo is dwarf Essex . Steunenberg it b the had n deslro for servlco tli t..rn'tfr mniiva Wtirlti. Kvtrv inuutil Total . .$127,420,000 $74,CC3,000 for even loafers will lay In tho rapL., or a mixturo of rapo and oats, Louisville Trade Journal. in the navy, and applied for tho po300 Picture 300 Article Cheapest spring. It 13 also a mlstaka to breed iia,)0 may be seeded for hog pasture new Utu rtion of stoker. Ho did his work so all for onlylScents. All tlioand wlrclett. nd In ?lectrlclty lincntlom in the end from tho Immature and undernized ab iarly ns tho giouiul can bo work- well that when ho was mustered out uuioiuouucs Jn ucn'iiuiiits, m tuwiiiiwi ami coarse-bone- d Over-fa- t, hens cd at tho rate of G pounds per acre. 1JJJ tstock. tu faruii:-- -. nnd lu uacliluery. ho was an engineer yeoman and n to Luv. I low to mete thlnvrs ct hone. 0 ragei every " 8) M or thobo which crop behind should when tho beacon is favorable It will My isii flneiy educated young man for ono uwntli, Includnnf relriecrators, poultry houses, never ho put in tho breeding pen. i,0 ready to pasture during tho last furniture, autoaicUle tliop lepalrs, etc. If you want a sowing machine, wrlto fof; of his opportunities. At tho beginIdeaf. Is fall ofmoney-malilriour latest cataloguo before you purchac Tho best placo for them Is on tho .Uf f Juno. ning of tho war with Spain ho was It It wntttn In plain tnaluh (or men ud boyr. ts OLY Tie Ne.v Homa Sewlni Machine Co., Orange, Mas? table. Pick out tho good birds and Sorghum will furnish a consideraa Year living in Idaho, and was appointed a 15 CenU a Copy $1.50 .... . .. . t...it... unci, tion tho Improvement. Uso fewer u0 amount of forngo during tlio hot, net It rrora a newpicaicr or wiiie Ay e., N.Y. bocond lieutenant In tho First Volunfopular Science Mnnttily, tit Fourth when other, males so that you can afford better ,irv lmo of summer, teer Infnntry of that State. When rnrc TisdlscscriHtuyssMsa.c.iius . .... .. . orxmidiw tf cnUMI .stock. ttiuti (tr iMtUtt ul stUt tsis ;r. 'Ktho regiment was mustered out In tho latter half of May or tho first ot Restored lo Health by Lydia September, 1890, Steunenberg was a LIV-VER-LAX E. Pinlcham'3 Vegetable Juno it should bo ready for pasturing Knit and Flmrronl for Hogs. captain. tihould bo pro In six or eight weeks, Rait and charcoal Steunenberg liked the nrmy bo Compound. " vlded to furnish hogs with mineral I Hogs which havo been pastured ( well that he refused to go back to according to Hay Gatewood, during tho grazing season on crops, matter, civilian llfo, and six weeks after he Instructor in animal husbandry In already mentioned may bo llnlshed . was mustered out, Captain Stcuncn TfcT Kansas Stato Agricultural Collego. by allowing them to hog down corn pny out' their money for trcutment and berg was a pilvato in tlio Eleventh receivo no benefit. United States Volunteer cavalry. Ho "Salt Blioulil ho nvnllahlo at nil und boy benns. Thcou crops may ho when so many havo was boon made a corporal, then a times, profcrnhly In nn open shed crown togotiier or in uoparuto nelils. proved that Lydia Holds thoy whom It can hu piotucted from tho It grown in senarnto E.Pinkbam'8Vese-E('Kcal- lt "" Unally sergeant of tlatowood. "Chnr bIiouUI ho arranged so that the hogs woather," wild Mr. table Compound Troop A. In December, 1000, he coal i liost ft-- rrom tho hopper or can havo tho run of both fields nt Vlli 9 ,nr'0 thcra Ijccnroo a flrat lieutenant In tho Thtr- Feel right all tho time. Don't lay of! r, i mm tho tamo time, ainco tho two crops bo as to prevent waste luwiit.i year I suffered so ...,!. waviiii in ri;iiiu;ilj, ' "It Is n common prnctlco to burn malto a bettor rntlon than t'lther keeps yof from female weak- He did not accept tho commission unwhen pleasant Lio Vet-La- x I JC 7 ness I could hardly til October In that year, and In 1008 cobs until tho uoh is well charred, niniio. r on your feet, whilorclicvingyour troub 47 1 J nt tho JHs-.1,- .. stand and wits went to tho Twenty-eight- h le, isaior too, aim eubv iu iaw. uu i Infantry. and then tho flro In smothered nnd J ISxperlineutul tenults afraid to go on tho tako anything else. You can't afford nxnurlment Hlatlon 1,.,.... ..... ..i,,.,., n ttiii 'nniiri sysalono. Doc He rrcolved Ills rnptuuey In tlio Sevold fashioned street A safe, it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses natSonto people char their cobs In a pit, 'show that on forngo It required nit, tors said medicines enteenth Infantry in 1011 and was tem nnd relieves constipation. A remedy for worms. infanand when tlio ilro hns gained good nverago of 11.18 pounds of grain to wero u?ejess nrui only un operation transferred to tho Twenty-fift- h ural remedy, natural in its notions, Burn results. It i'Mitnorn a try n year later. His retirement Is Sevcnly.Sre yean coulinu. In its effect and certain in Vc-Lahcadwny, tho top ot tho pit Is cover- - 'produce. 1 pound or pork, as com- - would help me, but Lydia. x will won't bo long beforo Lie- out uh is the best teitimoriUl CoP metal, and pared with G.ll pounds, tho average ed with a plcco of sheet feJKTJJu a real loss to tho army. completely displace calomel m evert FREY'S VERMIFUGE ca feeding trials conduct- -' then covered with dirt to keep out ' from five dry home. Children can tako it freely un offer you. This jsJki.L.ib PllUUtt, caro of It. A. Rider, with perfect Hafety. Every bottlo tho nir. Tho cliurcoul can then ho cd under similar conditions. Kxpt ttW IvariusKisd. Ii lltthliievt Kclinlnihli. a h 1. ttp iKr knit mm bspoy N. Y. 50c nnd ?1 in bottles. None used no it Is needed. It Is ndvlsablo would menu a havliiR of .18 per cent t K.F.D. No. 5, ,tJbWi. (rn) genuine without the likeness and signaWo havo for sale, n scholarship, 25c, s wtM l your fJroiciit or as it mukt. in .ho amount of gm.n fed . With to add salt to the charcoal &alo by ture of U K. GriKsby. icwjtl itw; -- i rwa kkr ea I ? urtlir f mi. "f M hj n? it more palatable, und Is ulso especial- - hogs worlii 10 cents u pound tho uv- - backnci,0 ov tho blues could seo tlio let-l- y good for n complete coureo in either you s - Hartford. Kjr. in tUuips pa nl J. H. WILLIA1IS, lenigo return per bushel of corn fed terswrittenbywomenmwlowellby Ly- - Doolikeeplug und Accounting or good Tor tho hogs." ptoaitiv' to liogs grazing on forngo was $1.8 1. tlir. E. I'inkhiun's VeRetablo Compound. Stenographers Course In tho Owens-ber- o E. & S. FREY, d not v Ilusltiess Industrial Collego. j Wth hogs at tho same prico the av- j Jj-ftBALTIHOKE. MU. Dct.,,, .n ..end Animals. 'outgo return per bushel of corn fed! i,y(ja pinkltam Medidno Co., Lynn, Tor particulars apply at Republican for pnKoi U Th lck a cssxl Tho prnctlco of feeding hogs with (a Or. ollice. tf PsB. careahfiw of unliuals that have died in dry lot was $1.10, Theso results- Jlajs., for helpful od.vlco fiveij (re. 'mud In' tho crop. "Taking tho nvcrago for tho last fourteen years, Just iiliout hulf thu cr0), 49,1 pur cent has been in by April 1, anil tho average yield lias been U.1.9 bushels. For tho eight years when tho crop went In earlier .. .t... ......... ." " man mo .i.iiih lit., ul.tlil ttrtiu it . r bushels, whllo for tho six latcr-thnn- -' nverago years tlio yield was 2 1. 1 J Agriculture, "ninny farm- reporting service of tho Missouri Infection. Even though tho hog lt- - Hoard of 1. t1r Itir nt r1ti rt Inff liofltia ...... u,u """" "' ' cinin ltn'inl ii f Acrlcilltnro. "but nf- - self is not Biisccptlblo to tho partlcu- - "" , .i7-- in I1U luanuil IUI "oa80,: tflio tcr nil It will apparently pay to tnkollur dlsenso from which tho nnlmal JJ1'" Washington, March 3. Captain nro now selling nt record ,..... Ia tkiil rl cnml Inln - Wn1l. ' tlliwl It- Itf.nritTif.u n nurrlnp ... rlluniun . ............ .......... it ,..... -T -' " UIIIU l I"" """ l..l,,l Tl.o.n Qcorgo Steunenberg, famous army prepared seedbed, rather than to and will spread It lo surrounding export detnnnd poot, often in hot water on account of to -,. "Judging from tho Inrgo number Whcii to How OaLs. r should bo condemned, becniiBO of tho requests for information about CUT. HTKUXKNIIKIUJ, FAMOUS of us nro in a hurry to got danger of tho hogs becoming infect of "Moat bean growing," says W. L. Nelson, AltMV POET, IlKTIKES AT our oat crop In early," says W. L. cd with dlHCiiflo from tho carcasses assistant secretary of tho Missouri OWN 11EQUE8T. who Is in chnrgo of tho crop and thereby creating a now center I ' IMWSi on Need a Tonic to take Cardtil, the woman's tonic. Cardui is composed of pnrely vegetable ingredients, which act gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs, rind helps build them back to strength and health. It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak, ailing women in its past half century of wonderful success, and it will do the same for you. You can't make a mistake in taking There arc times In every woman's life when she needs a tonic to help her over the hard places. When thnt'timc comes to you, you know what tonic 1 ln kia paa dan-bushe- ls, The Woman's Tonic m court-martia- l: i at WMMM WEEK Has Helped Thousands ' I uu I "''. ,.,..,, ,,.,, ' ' ISvH trials 1915 ... ...... TSgYOUTH'S companion Better Than Ever -o- i- al-lo- x. well-wor- ,,., ii".'. - . s " " ... Children Cry CASTO Rl A sys-nltlo- thyfmngLine Get on NEW fur-floc- k, HOME ' Sft I Popular Sdence Monthly'' ' yyuuj isn mLTm strn-ssTl- n STAND tin-il- USE 1 Mothers HClf-recile- "" ....... Vfgj5 S3 lzrK use For Lazy Liver and the Troubles ot Constipation. ,.i...... au. VerMl u&e ,.n 11 luruKfuwunxi Vgo 0tS"-- S jgrBjmd jrunr-nntee- Jjf STS'iSSSS bet-l- J - l &(' svaU-fV- s lTlehaliLt'':1lfctll1l S"""1"'"1' WBBfrlWlWWHmtiHH KJi'ini'Miwiu-jw- i mu,.ujin. t I" cd 100,000 yon to tho national fund for tho 111 nnd wounded of tho JUDGING JUDGE SLACK CHILDISH PLOT Powers, Tho Jnpaiioso prcsa has for flomo time boon urRlns tho United States ASSERTS to deolaro tvnr on Germany and ex(Uy Mario Darnctt.) pressing wondorniont at what It dehesitation of PresiUnder tho head of, "Getting acscribes as "tho I1KAU OK dent Wilson." who, tho nowspapcrs quainted with Henderson," Miss MaTOK!0.8iMWKlHKn,TO OKUMAN PlUIPOHAIi OK Ali- Bay, may ho trying to avoid tho re- rio Darnctt lias tho following to say MANOK. sponsibility of beginning hostilities. In tho Evansvlllo Courier ot Circuit Judgo Slack, now conducting court horo. Tho last words In the preceding scntenco Is the sequel to 11RADH ODDIiY STKUNO. NATIONS ARE FRIENDLY our refraining from further comment. Thoro nro various opinions as (Hy J. H. TliomaB.) to what constitutes contempt. No Uupturo Helwfcn Orientals And ! No crlmo can lnduco n woman to "In getting acquainted with HenBULs u Tho V. S. I disown her Fon, hut a dollar tax will derson, I also got acquainted with Curbed. Judgo It. W. Slack, of Owonsboro. cause n man to disown his dop. I ir ho woro a woman I would I I him as "fair, fat and forty." Tho wnrlil U full of wicked men I eo Irrcver-o- f Uut being a man Toklo. March 3. The declaration but wo never knuw ono boy for Judas Woll. ho has bluo eyes that tho Japanese Government through 'cut as to name his twinkle as ho smiles, and look at Foreign Minister Viscount Motono, j Iteariot. you thru amber glasses with torthat Japan has received no proposiHis checks nro Edison claims to havo Invented a toise shell rims. tion from Mexico or Germany to Join war against tho United contraption with which he can put full of color and ho weara a short, In a possible A unall bald spot In the enemy out of rommlsHlon It tho gray mustiicho. States was supplemented made to tho Associated I United States sets Into war. It looks is fringed with brown hair. i .statement was going to have a Ho's not fat but ho doesn't Press on bohalf of tho Government now like he Shldehara, Vice foreign! chance to turn the darn thing show blgus of being overworked, tiy Kljuro '1,108C- or under fed. And as for "forty" Minister A young woman called tho Judge greatly surprised to "Wo werci j We are glad to know Ohio county "an old darling," and sonio ono hear of the German proposal." ho game enough to pitch told him what sho had said. Ills "We cannot Imagine what has one woman said honor called the girl to htm nnd con- - her bonnet In tho ring, Germany Is thinking about to frowned so crely. could possibly Involve reive that she ' Just before Congrea adjourned It I've heard what you said," ho us in war with tho United States asking Mexico. This Is 'extended Its Good prevention pro-o- o told her, and with quaking heart merely bv twenty-liv- e States. sho waited to seo what tho sentridiculous for words. Needless gram to ence for contempt of court would , faithful to her. to say, Japan remains .. i We are getting the bulk of Kng- - be. a n,ca g "Now, I don't miud being called a gold for war supplies but In response to a question regard-- j land's peace is declared her bankrupt darliug," Judgo Slack bald, "but I antl-ite- r Japan's attitude toward tho don't want to bo called an 'old darlwhich were noblemen will marry It all back, Japanoso measures ing." Ore-- . brought forward in Idaho and says he hopes the Muddy McFe.-iSo wo won't make any mention M Shidehara said be had espeKon Congress will establish a great of his ago. dally roqueted newspapers to home for poor men who I.ast week afforded Judge Slack train from Inflammatory comment, national acan opportunity of renowlug for don't love to work. advising that the matter be left quaintance with a former trlond of through diplomatic chan- - j treatment Yeaman, Judgo Malcolm A fortune awaits the inventor of a his. agi- nels It was noticeable that the approach that of tho patent churn that will make butter whom he had known when ho was ration did not . a boy In Hedden-co- . u. n. time the mnttdr was brought up in irum int.j "I'vo been Intending to tell you In 1913 and It Is doubtful California people j The high price o,f pork has caused j that for a good many years," Judge whether the masses or the to turn to , Slack said one day wheu lawyers wcro oven cognisant of tne Orogon many Southern farmers ir;,lHinK rmaA Jwero wrangling over some quesnnd Idaho bills. I tion which they wero not ready to we registerud objec- "Of course Jonah holds the record as the first jut t up to him. lions to the bills on the ground that-, ui;m..n,.... The Owensboro Judgo endeared jbey were discriminatory," M. Shldc- successuu nuvigaioroi people himself to tho Henderson j liara continued. "Jnpan Is convinced We havo buen asked by a score or during the Wyuo trial by his absoLansing has done ever-- ! Secretary extend lute fairness. He never decided n thing possible to prevent the passage Eastern automobile clubs to measure, but regrets the up- - their thanks to the Ohio Fiscal Court cao in his own mind, bo says, for of the not give impartial meas- - for its $20,000 contribution to tholr fear he might parent revival or an anti-alie- n decisions. We realize the proposed ure In one State To help you know even more of the ceutral gov-- , way. owing to the system of State ' I" unite of the big crop annually clearly Just what kind of man the eminent mo tell a righ's but It is our duty to prertect sown none of the large seed houses 'darling Judge" is, let little story of a woman who was honor and Interests of quote prices on wild seed oats. the dignity, put on the witness stand, evidentJapanese subjects." Tbe Ohio comity wheat crop may ly for the first timo In her life, Shidehara, continuing, deelar-- ' M be Irreparably damaged but its crop anil whs not acquainted with the rd that the relations between Japan Tho is coming out wonder-jnmethod used hi such cases. and. America were entirely friendly! of candidates and tully. lawyer abked her a question, that Japan hoped to discover big before replying she took solution of the prob- a fundamental W regret to se candidates with breath and plunged Into her story, In lenm afrcctlng Japanese good show to win Just throwing saying, "First ot all, I waut to tell tbf United- - StateB but had not yet a the nomination away by putting their you that I've known " rojn( (t i In the papers, An attorney offered a quick obThe Associated Press eoire.pond- - pictures the jection. The judge sustained called the attention of tho Vic j objection. And then ho interruptThe foxes have holes the comments or Foreign Minister to havo nests but Congress ed proceedings loug enough to exseveral Japanese newspapers, inelud- -' of tho air - a Paper In 0aka. referring to ' has loft tho poor distiller scarcely a plain fully to tho woman that a witincaterpillar whereon to lay his head, ness is permitted to tell only what tho alleged menace of the Increasing tho lawyers ask her, and tbat It and to tho navy of the United States An Pntpri,ri!,lnB l aUa" ls "'lor'nK wasn't her testimony that was obaoBsibllliy "t fulur wnr bttwce" jected to. - I'to supply tho Allies' ships fanan and that country; also to anman geese warranted to cackle at untt-Jap- It was a little thing, but it showcomment condemning g and urg- - the approach of a German subma-in- ed that it man whom ono might woll aueso legislation In America expect atperlenco to have hardened, tho creation of identical inter- - rlne. n heart, and as a still had a ests with China by Alter all the rest of he country wanted to prevent a witness of oven of Improving the chances of mains Union. feeling so biuall Importance, from solving all tho problems which, con- - has Joined tho Patriot's " continues to scab. embarrassed or uncomfortable " might lead to war SI. Shidehara replied that the JapTHoro is only one woman and one TAKKV ITEMS. the did not represent uittc Press .......... in the nrceunt Congress. All nuu- Murch 0. Farmers have about fin .minlnll -- ..,...... fT- rOSTIOHSlUlU jtmillll-sthe rest ure Just members. ished delivcilng tobacco. Tho roads ors nor iniluence me limunuucm, ImpassaIn- this section aro almost war. friendship whose constant dosire Senator ble. Democratic Tho senior America. with e was the Tho Ohio County Farmers Mutual Concerning Mexico, he said the trom Missouri ,.,.. .i.,iinni wMi iimt country about the neck of the President's Telephone Co., has built a new lino t i itr. n.winrKiond tbat1 ambition to go It alone in the war toward llells Hun and has put In with Germany soveral new boxes. tomo Japanese machaiilM sailed on machinery Mrs. Komi Bartlotto, who has pneuMaru with sinking of tho Laconla monia, ts thoucht to bo better ?eny for Mexican paper! Since the sacri-unabml" .Mrs. James Kirk Is very ill with agents, ho said, were ve are willing to see the Allies - Hce their last ewe lamb to lick the lagrlppo. to purchase rifles or war muGermans. Surveyor Moxley was hero most of nltlouB In Japan. ground for last week surveying Cot. Manuel I'traz Ilomero, minisGovern-- 1 Southern States havo 531.809,000 Messrs. Itoscoo Ualrd, Elvis and ter ot the Moxlcan do- faciei... .1 . .. t .Aiiinl.i . F silrtjt In zit r ft rrik Clyde Funk. i UUUIUU i" tint , uuuuuo ui iuv MUIll 10 .UlpUn, lOUil ""'"bv. tfl 4 ,ip. ' Messrs. Ira I), und J. E. Funk pureorre3uondent" all Aenrinirii 1'res.s Votlco I'anuersiS chased a tract of land from Chnrllo Unowlodgo ot the German conspiracy. I haw it number of good mules Trogden lust week. Ho declared that he had conducted 10 Itoscoe Ualrd and wife visited relno negotiations on that mibjoct nnd for sale, 4 to 0 years old, 15 to wanted only hands high; a kind that will sell af- atives at Hcilln last week. that he bellowed Japau Miss Eoda ltaymond, of Adaburg, friendship and lucrcaaed commercial ter tho crop season Is ovor, will sell worth tho money. Your business so. was the guest of hor sister, Mrs. States. relutlons with tho United Gortrey Funk from Monday until Although some groups of Japan- Itched. VIC ItOUEIlTSON, Thursday. sentiniouts, ese profess Hardlnsburg, Ky. Mr. Elvis C. Funk purchased u rubdiplomatic representatives ot tho En- 35tL' expresu tho convicber tiro buggy In Owensboru last tente Powers hero I week. tion that tho Terauchl government A HOUSEHOLD Messrs. J. E. Funk and James Kirk to tho Entento, uot only is fnlthtul ANTIHKITIC! HALVE had calves to dlo last week. hi. i ... t..,ii..iii uriifloni lii all affairs tho Tom of Etato. fceeklng to avoid now dim- A Mr. of his Pattou Is sick atPprl I daughter, Mrs. homo .ultlu, in tho present world crisis. Tho Associated Pross correspondent 4vm by absorption and lnhllatlon. Funk. March came again with Its cold and known for w inloimcd that Germany unsuccess-Most etfectlvo remedy yours ago to do- - croup, Soro Throat, Sprains, Aching bluster, but "Old Sol" Is trying to fully attempted two tach Japan Ironi the Entento and that j joints. Hheumatlsni, Iirulses, Soro, mako things more pleasant again. . o Japun promptly lulormed her ullles.Tlied and Aching Foot. of.lt. in diplomatic circles tho latost,' . W1 rIV,1C0 YoM (Sitrmnu conspiracy ib characterized FOR FLETCHER'S 25 Cents. For wile by Ohio Price an childish, and Incomprehensible, y coutribut- - County Drug Oe. tfmpiet En-ton- to i(WWWMMItWWWWIWW WWWWWMWMWWIWMWWW ' JAPAN ' To All Patrons Or Prospective rons of Mail Order Houses: Pat- AnU-Alle- bo to-da- y ; j ; ! m at-in- re-ne- ; I J ,w.... ' strong points, and tHeir weak points for they have weak points, too, this store wants to say to the man house offers, who thinks we cannot meet mail-ordTRY US. We want a chance at those orders you send away. house guarantees satisfaction. The mail-ordSO DO WE. Our guarantee is just as broad as theirs. Themail-orde- r house demands cash with order; you know our terms. house must have from a week up in The mail-ordwhich to fill the order. In other words, you must do without local service. We can fill orders same day as received. GET THIS ALSO: We allow you to judge as to whether we give you as good, or better quality, as that offered by the mail order concern. If in your judgment the goods offered by the mail order concern are better than what we have given, just return the merchandise we have furnished and we will do one of two things you decide er er er We believe that we are getting more catalogs from Mail Order houses than any of those who read this advertisement are getting, and we probably spend more time in studying them and comparing them than any reader of this advertisement. After studying their strong points for they have ! d s which one you want us to do: FIRST We will promptly return your money just as cheerfully as we took it; or, house SECOND We will send to the mail-ordfreight expense and get you the item without-furthe- r er ,..,., ! .",.. full-grow- IJry-ttnuln- g. .w.iman I - mill-ston- on your part. We have made this offer just as FAIR as we know how to make it. We want your business.. We will not misrepresent value in order to get it. To the man or lady who says "IT CANT BE DONE," we want to ask a favor. It's this: Before r price, you say again we cannot meet the " TRY US." As said before, we are trying to make the FAIREST offer we know how. price and "OUR PRICE:" Below we quote mail-ordmail-ordeer .' McS SluiKliirri Prints, Mail Order price 8(Jo for JO yards; Our I'rioe Unbleached Sheeting LL, Muil Order Price 1,10 for 10 yards; Our l'rico Unbleached Sheeting, heavier weight, Mail Order Price for 10 yards 81.25, 80c ...90c le j I '' n Our Price Unbleached Sheeting, best weight, Mall Order Price $1. 45 for 10 yards; Onr Price JJleach Sheeting, Mall Order Price 4tto yard, Onr l'rico High-grad10-High-gradBleach Sheeting, Mail Order Price 4.r)C, yard, .Our Price HeBt Bed Tick, Mail Order Price 45o per yard; Our Price Carpet Warp, colored, Mail Order Price 49oper pound; Our Price o per pound; Our Prlco Carpet Warp, white, Mail Order Price Fancy Table Oil Cloth, Mail Order Price 19o'per yard; Our Price....'. White Oil Cloth, Mail Order Price 20o per yard; Our Price Best Percales, Mail Order Price 15o por yard; Our Price ; : Best Ginghams, Mail Order Price 15c per yard; Our Price e $1.10 $1.25 38c 40c ,...30c 9-- 4 e 50c 40c 20c 20c 1 1 5c 5c pPTDH MP NT n We are very truly yours, 1 " CARSON & CO. . (IncorpoiateJ.) j j 8dki Children Cry CASTOR? A h i J.V .!.. II wmsaiffT: