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OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No. 37 MAKE AN APPEAL TO PATRIOTISM imOTllKRHOOnS UIK1KI) NOT TO TAKK ItAHII STHP DUIUNO HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 16, 1917. I AMERICAN SHIP SUNK BY AT totaled 7.GC0 pounds that rondo an average of $9.7 Tho aum of $73C-H- r. wns ' paid out. with tho top flguro THE JOB. 'to I 'Hospital hero, pending his removal a Pcnnnylvanhi iiHjIuni. Tho court's nction was baspd on tho report presented today by n lunacy rommlsHlon, which yestprday look the testimony of Thaw and his mother. $n 7(5 ar. lloini' fold The Equity pnuniln tlnit made .n nveragn Tit Ik 8,010 cif $10.- - hoiw P'I1 out $8i'.4.!)G, freighter down nv german .mahi.sk. AMJovgriN is sim- - sent with lint top figure $lft. Field Hrothcrs disposed ot 2,910 Tlu average pound' for Jstfc'l ..'7 was 511 7f. Mlt.il IniKli celling for Owensboro S!l - Tuwd'iy's 'ovit MosHPHRer. cm i, iiu:i: OK .MIIUDKUINO w ciiAHUi: UIVAIi Ky . ntiHis. (THECHARCfb. BLOWN UP WITH VmM'l Moulded BOMBS lEA PRIZES Ml ROAD FIXERS ft. Wf V. S Itj ! When Shell File Falls To HrhiK sjulrk Plan on to I Ww Premiums (to Hurt-fui- il .r Lent Section. - 0vtxr) a n Plans arc on fool among good roads In Hartford to offer prl7(t to Hip road overseer In this London, March 1 - --Tho American ill 'trict iirilnlaiiilng tho beet section rfUiuiihilp Algonquin, a freighter, of road for a given period of time. been mink by a German sub- A aiiliserlptlon will bo taken and has marine Tho crow wns saved the premiums will likely be cash. As The first report mailo by American tho MovMuinnt was launched yesterConsul J G Stephens, at Plymouth. day no further step!, ran be announcnld that mIio wan torpedoed, but i ed at thl time later message came from tin Consul Thtiow citizen who druRgf.d tho that tho captain of tho A1i:onquln road from th.v Owenaboro plko jnld that his ship was sunk by thll- - to the rliurcli UsirM honorable! men- Jlro, without warning t0n. , wonderful improvement may, The vessel was sunk at r o clock )(J notc,j jn t), iM section ovp.r other Hods n Spakjnd Spokoiman-RovieT,,"roRl In tho coutil not dragged. on tho mnrnliiK of March 12 assistance. accordliiK L'arnu.rN u various parts of the refused ' flrt the report of ConRtil SlephetiM. county, however, are SHIP ARMING NOTICK ' granted. After a meeting here with several Tw'onty-iieii'nwjn of the crew have drag thulr roads with profitable reARE LEFT BENCH FOR Washington, March 12. Formal hundred general chairmen of the been landed sult'. organin tho brotherhood Itlown l'p Willi Itoinlis. lUhiiHlnsl has jire- A local road notice that American ships traversing New on lines etoring izations According to lati r advices from plrnj ln following methods for road the German submarine zone are to GIVEN MOTHER'S BEDSIDE I Plymouth the Oerman submarine improvement carry "armed guard for the protec- York, W. G. Lee. president o( thft of Railway Trainmen, opened Hro upon the Algonquin from j jy dntRRlng the road. . ...... ' tion of tho vessel and tho lives of the Brotherhood ... ,11.1.. .W... ......I.. u...,ii persons on hoard," was sent by the announced thatunanimoim support oi s,vm yiwu, arcint- - and uucn- 2 a uisiance opening lint been voted the hroUierhopd Tliese wero lh IUIKJK SLACK AIMOL'H.NH OUIlT IIAKTKOKI) WKI.COinS RHTl'KN. Stato Department today to embassies had about twenty shells 1NG GL'AKIISMKN AT COM- a not bUtllclent to sink tlie steanu'r. ho tni, ronj again. legations ot all forolgn govern- chiefs In the demands thoy intend to Wl KUSHK8 TO JUKKHAV. and nruK ' conference. make at .MHKCIAIi LAST NIGHT. Ilini.Nti PAItKXT. .she was boarded by men from th ments lu Washington. Itim water oir the road itiBtrad t These demands, ho said, would bo lilbmarine. wbo'p'aied lour bombs. , on , , I based on the modified demands of No Seeds to Distribute. Psi) the bpllt-Io- g or tome oth5 nnd the AlRonquln was then blown ' of er drag. Washington, March 12 SInco the last December, which called for a !'. .up. Tho crew wm given pleut JURY HANGS ARRIVE TUESDAY NIGHT workday and pro began basic eight-homovement C. Keep oat of luts and use wide E. LITSEY time to leave the ecsel. .Mon-dathroughout the country as a means rata pay for overtime. 'It was Just after daylight on tiros. This Is virtually what the Adamsoa to meet the Increased coat ot food, more und every when wo wero attacked," said 7. Drag Homo glvo put In force, he tho captain of the Algonquin, as tlmu It rains from your farm to tho Vails To Krucli n Verdict And Is Ixyik U'oll Aftor Service On Tlie tbo Department of Agrtcultitro has law wouldoriginal if programme of tho Uotilcr Anil AK Seem Ghul To Dismissed Other Ciicult C'ouit been swamped wit li hundreds ot said. The by the Proas Iowa. quoted next homo towards niir He Ibuk. Alliens. The submany others thousands of requests for free heeds. men, tho refusal of which resulted la S Ilegin now. u "There was no warning Oillcials ot tho department say that tho call last September ot the strike, marine started lire at a ranpe. of are doing, and you will pet tho larg: &.. . twentv est benefit nnfortiR'alely they have no seeds to which was averted by tbo passage of When about three miles ft tho A!fnnou. uct Included an eight-ho'A banquet was given at the Com- distribute. A w Ire was received Tucsduy af- live hhells had been tired at the Albasic day with timo and a half night by the young her for K W Slne't mercial Hotel Is-jtcrmion h Circuit Judge gonquin, of which four hit 'for overtime. Mr. I.eo Indicated that men of Hartford his ladies and tiiiiiniiucliu tho last llliu-ssownnU the crew decided to take lo CHINA BREAKS WITH i there was 'no intention, of going back and pulled away from the mother, who lives lu l.oulbville. and m honor of II Company, which arriv- DISTANCE "HIKER" to tlie original claims. sinking vessel. the Judge adjoin ned court soon af- ed hero Tuesday night about ten THE GERMAN EMPIRE He admitted that recent forecasts nppro.telied moth- o'clock uflr almost a year's stay "Then the submarine ter that he might rus.li to his PASSES THRU HERE of a progressive country-wld- o btriko -, er's bedside. Mrs. Slack died Tues- n the Mexican border. A tempting and. with only her periscope showj beginning Saturday night at 6 o'clock menue was prepared atul served by stunner sevaround the lug, day night i unless tho railroads accede to the ul- Tho Jury sitting in the raso of the 'ho girls and tho former soldiers eral times. Kluding that the cre.v DIPLOMATIC KKI'ATIONH 8KVKR- uijoyed tho occasion In the is HIDING "SHANKS' PONEY" timatum of their employps, "were ship, the slib- -' liriiept Lilsej . Commonwealth had abandoned the KD AND ailNISTKK HANDED I PROM IICVriXGTOX, W. VA., written by a good guesser." Toasts wero respondmarine came to the surface. Somo ch.irRPd with the murder of Huden fullest beiiee. ' "Chargps that we are acting In bad HIS PASftOKTH. TO CAMFOKXlA. , (lermans boarded the Algon-miii- i Kockport last tall, failed to ed to In npproprlatn stlo by several Curtis at of the ' faith In bringing up thi3 question and nlaeed bombs aft. These reach a verdict alter deliberating after dinner tpcakcrs. again at this time without waiting Many local citizens waited up town were exploadtsl, and within a quarter of Thursday nftcruoou and FriP'irl decision of the Suproine Wnl tor H. Mntller. rlalmant of the f"' H' Washington. March 14. Americ day and tho men wero dismissed bj or lb bovs to conio in Tursdii." of nn hour tho steamer disappeared. t,n ln Aiiamson act are nase- walk. "I appealed to the submarine com- an Minister Ileinsch. at Peking, to- the court after they had reported night and lens be oro they canio in chnmiilonshio lor a live-mi,Ch;7' ' ho declared. "We wero not mander for a tow towards land, in day leported to the Stato Department hopelessly hung Tho case will be slght tho r turning rnaidsmeu madnj passed thru Hartford Saturday and parties to the agreement entered In- r . - , olriL,(1 llt ,n tenn. Tho Jurj, iiown their jippioach with ougs, dropped into Tho Republican olllce view of tho roughness of tho weath- that China had severed diplomatic re ' the attornes for the rail- er, but tho Herman srulTly replied: latlons with Germany and that tho wt, nri, iiiformed, stood six for acqult- - lintanml slinuts. Thev enmo bv wav for a few miiintea chat while hero, to between lbe represeniatlves of the '1 ' Heave- - Dam. somo stopping llus at Ho Is on his way from Huntington, Gnrnmu Minister had been handed his tal and six for conviction. No, I am too bttby." uu omce u. passports There were two hung Juries at this lorso Rrnncli, Berver Drm and oth- - his homo, to California and carries Attorney ueuur.udecision lois handed - points nlonj. Iho load. '"B ulU" tho Cant. a letter rrom tho Governor of West' China has taken possession ot all term, tho one hearing tho case of Woman Kills Father. (lown l.sgrauge, K , March 111. George German merchant thtps In Shanghai. Commonwealth vs. Tom Ciahan. Shown and Corporal Glonn remain-- v Virginia to California's cliief exec- w Ind1 In Louisville i walking against .ive. He is not until yosteulay ears. a about six in number, placed their diavged with aiding a prisoner to cs- Wabhburn, ageil llfty-thre- e DESTRUCTIVE TOUXADO farm band on the fnrm ot John crows on shore under guard, nnd caya. having alfo failed to roach a us uj the clerlcul work of the coiu-iau- time and has no definite date set to SWEEPS XEW C'ASTIjK - teach tho Golden Gate Stato. They arrived yesteiday arierllaltorn", near Goshen, In this county, placed armed guards nn tho vessels. w,rdict. Metller offered to walk with any oon and tho otilv local lrr.l'il ncu 'was shot and Killed by his daughter. Advices to the N vj Department to - j g y n)ro vs .1 M. lglehearl. Xew Castle, Ind , Marcli 12 who has not rcportcJ heie Is Privaio irollor, skater that could bo pitted Mis. Goldlo Washburn Itchl. aged day from tho senior olllco In Chineso verdict for dofendeut. With nineteen known deail and one enso, set for 'urt'", who was taken t!l with against him but since there Is no The Tesiier-Heavrl- n thirty years, when he threatened to vwalers gave no further details. tho Injured I'.JiulentiUed dead, and Kxpti'totl for V.Yehs, Tuesday, was continued until the measles Just before the men loft rink lu operation here now a contest numbering about kill her last night. Washburn came 200. New astl to- was not arranged . Ho knows no do- severance oi ruiaiuma 'o.as. Sunday night and threatterm. fiunas homo drunk clearing away "CKan Somo of the men have returned to feat In a raco of that kind, llesldes flio grand Jury returned Indict, ened ills wife, who is paralyzed, and boon expected hero for weeks. Tho , hionts as follows: Disturbing roug- their old iosItions while others aro being a champion "hiker" Melllcr t'1B (Icurl,i lefl hr thl' wclono which Ho then proceedaction ot tho United States In break-struck her twice "wept the niuthcru part of tho city ,. U.. ,....4- i.na.lnit ....... ed to brandish a knlfo and threat ing relations was received with ac- tlJMB worship 2. using. insulting lati- - '.iking a few days rest beforo soln was forniorlv a nrofesslonal baseball !.., ,.., uuo're- - ""'" ll,B ",al- l" l" lack to work. The latlor class wear player of note, but was forced to ened tho lives of other mombcrs cinlm b Chinoo oiM.i.i and nreiw. jjungo I, mallcioub wounding 1, VIt, ilaylifilit today tho Fooling feertlnK child 3. seduction ' lonely e predion und seem to be tiro because of un injury to his arm. nfttrnoou. young China. under of the family iml r ,ho niago could bu seen against Germany lins iqn high, not proniiso of marriage 1, selling liquor lways looking for a khaki or otlvo'lle lett hero Saturday for Mayileld. better Fully 500 home.s.most of them ! scores of Chinese on to minor 1, furnishing liquor to wl- - drab unlfoira.' I.OOSIJ LEAF only because mVHNSHOUO u ill r,u,!,u tmnw structures, which j ,st,.Uo At Capital. tho wa to Kuropo havo lost their nor 2, belling liquor without license mi:n to gurr march were paying for by the j Washington. March 13. Street tll through Gorman submarine j i, obtaining propeity under false JETS PUISOX SEXTKXCE . lives . - opcratlons.but DA V car service oil tho Washington Rail- - Installment plan, were destroyed . or OX HIS WEDDIXG from mdmory of thoipretenso 1, breach of the peace 4, Tbo loose leaf huuscb In OwensI way & Eleclrio Company's line was damaged almost beyond repair. Tho horo will close fo'r tho season on Kaiser's orders to his, Hoxer punitive dr.uvni; deadly weapon on another t A Vn... S'a.V ,,,.. It 1 .. anlr.lW.r Ip.nr.nllr tn.A-.- , niwl Irnflln IV9I Him. CSllniateS Of tllO lOSS rCUialOCd H..V. ..H...W ..u ...... .,V..,VV ,,V,1IIM tVJ,n, Friday afternoon, March 30. This forco to mako tho word German, t enrrjing concealed weapons 2, for wuout $1.00,000. to an agreement readied dreaded In China for a century, and uitm timber tiom lands of another 'on what whb to have been his wed- - peuded entirely again is pursuant Mr. A E. Pate, of Hartford, who conductors Monday morning by tho managers of tliu secure by Germany of the whole 1, shooting on publiu highway 1.,1UB day, of from ten to wenty fear of violence from has been lu No, Castle for several house, Lun- - province of Shantung for tho uiur- - permitting Inobnato to drink wbls jyeara lu Slug Sing prison, vvn3 the and motormen who went on a striko tho West Ninth-streoi their months, wired Mrs. Pate after the fate of Michael J. Herllhy today for yestorday for recognition Key on premises 3. caster house, Field llrothers and the dcr of two missionaries. .May Ho Act of War. ,hls nartlclpatlou In tho attempt to union. Company officials asserted storm that bo escaped injury. Equity Homo. NOTICE TO FRUIT GROW'KKS. pre- ships may destroy an uptown subway station 9C per cent, normal schedules wero SeUure of tho German it was pointed out that tho Cruiser Hhls Opened. We will have Mr. Lester Hill, of with diiamlto during tho transit maintained during noon rush hours season will bring all tobacco In bo taken by Gorurny ns an act of out Washington, March 14. lllds on the Stato University, at Lexington, strike 'hero last October. Horllhy, by strikebreakers, but tho strikers condl- - war as In tho case or Portugal. tho barun Into good stripping scout cruisers resix China's tiPllon may bo followed by with us In running nnd spraying dem - i yours old, Is financial secretary ot claimed only 25 per tent, of tho Hon, and all of it can bo delivered Navy Department towcekH. The seisuro of Gorman jiroperly lu Chl- - oustratioii work at Heaver Dam Mon - n local organization ot tho Auial- - usual number of cars wero run, No ceived at the within tho next three day probably Insure Immediate placclosint; of tho houses on March .'10 na, which Is ery extenslvo. In ml- - day afternoon, March 19th, Center- gamutod Association of Struct nnd sctlous disorder occttrod. ing of contracts for all tho ships. Four ends two dlllon to all the concessions held by town, Tuesday afternoon, March Electrlo Railway Employes. wlll mean tho season Four companies submitting figures. CarraiiTii Is Ilecteil. Wednesday other men indicted with him await - Gerumny In Chineso cltles.whlch it 20th, and Hartford months earlier than last year. NearCity. March 12. Gen With the exception of tho bid of the Mexico In tho Green Is presumed will bo solml ns quasi- - morning ut 0 o'clock ut Judge J. H trial. ly all of the tobacco Venustbuio Carranza was yesterday Union Iron Works Company, of Sau (hero to River district has been dollvored, public property, thoro aro extonslvo Wilson's orchard and from elected President of Mexico by what Frunclsco, all wero direct and with Thaw Adjudged Insane. orchard and according to the best informed men. piivato German holdings In China. Mr R. H. Martin's s, U believed to havo boeu tho largest in tho $6,000,000 limit set by l'hlladolphlo, Pa., March 13. aro would bo glad ror all who aro ln Tho sales today aggregated 110,825 Latest llgures show that thero today was adjudged voto oi or cast In tho republic. tercted In Irult growing to come Harry K. Thaw pounds that sold for $3,2715.32 Tho about 3,000 German civilians Tho Cramps, Philadelphia, lowest Although tho voters hud tho piiv- tored throughout the ropubllc.but it and meet him nud bring their Itidl- - a lunatic by the Common PlenR Courtwns $10.00. of this city, and under tho law can- ilttKO of writing lu or declaring uny bidder, offered to construct two ships house sold Is not known whothor they will bo virtual fruit troubles to him and Tho West Ninth-streouo lu thirty $n,l)QO,000 each, Iciiirn how to savo your orchards, not Jio taken to New York "on roqul'.niinu) thoy desired, Gen, Carana rc- - at 12,2rr pounds for $1,388.14, at nu interned. dlllon to stand trial on charges of cowed all but a few scattering uai- - months and tho other In thirty-tw; Coino to ollher qnj of tboso places ,,t.r,iu.i of f 11.33. Tho. best prlco HoritiiltinK Frederick Gump, Jr., a lots. Tho oatlmntcd voto cast rutis Modifications In design proposed by In twonty-tw- o ualirornla couutltn moit convenient to you. vus $15.7R. Tho market wns con- W. W. HROWDER, jhigh school student or Kansas City, uN tin way from seveiul hundred tho company would reduce tbo prlco thoro aro 87,000 acres of Govern- sldorod good to $0, 910,000 ah. jMok TlJ.iwYrlH be k;pt lu St. Mary's tluuiwud to u mllllou. County Agent, . ai. th Lancaster bouso mont lund opou to Bottlumont. Tho Kilo 'onllmMuHtH 1 No-ireu- lc ii DWmrtlon. March 14 After deliberating an hour and twenty-seven inlnutOH, Ihn Jury that sat MEN STICK TO DEMANDS in thp cap of Kll.i Alonroe, charped with tho miirdrr of Kva (Iregory, returned h erdict of not guilty at 8:!!0 o'clock Only one hat-l- May run Strik Siifui(Uy Slornln? I!,(iiu-e-i- f Kjillure of Adam-- , wa taken. von I'iw. The courtroom whh well filled with spectators when tho verdict was read. The accused girl was seated with her parents near the judge's' York. March M. An appeal stand, and throughout the dcllbera- - t0 u,0 pUr)otIgm of tho momber3 0f uuu ctiiiwu jiu Piftii ut iiui vuuniiun. t , lour great railroad brotherhoods as me jurors nicii into tne room tier to retrain from any "rah movement" face lighted up expectantly and broke which would bring on Industrial warInto a smllo when the verdict of acfare In the present national crisis was quittal was read. She continued made hero by tho National smiling as friends and acquaintances Conference Committee, of mllwayu on crowded about to congratulate her. tho eve of the conference So great was tho relief experienc- wiU tho chlefg ()f t,,e lrnir,men.8 or. ed by the parents of Miss Monroo gdiilzatlom. There were additional .that they wept audibly following the ,ndIcatloIlllt lonovl.rf that the broth- reaaing oi tne vcraici. erhoods wero determined to call a i strike unless their demands were AMKIUCA SHNDS OUT lh i:il7nbnlhtowii, MllTiAMEN , ....... BANPET homp-gardenl- ur y ur t f bn-Int- le jiy '" ' y. iiainy j ',' - - ' "' !..-,- .!, thlrty-flve-kn- ot , ' Con-gros- ( scat-avera- ge et o. nrrnirr ii m i jmj j m MMMfMOWprVMIIiW , .. . . a iXSBPNasffe . ,- a m UFE BELTS ARE AT HAND ALWAYS not toll what direction sho tng. wau lak-- , UNCLE SAM 'EYES' FLIRT WITH DEATH fi Ui. essary slow, for tho ship was continually woavlng In and out, leaving a t. tortuous wakjo llko a great sea A crow of experienced gun- DIPLOMATIC 8KCRKT AGF.XTS AUK 5inrS 1'ASHKNGKKS T1IKM KV-UK-- ners was on duty at the big gun In IK) GHKAT WORK HUT ARK CAUKY QCritKIl TO tho stern day and night, ready to UNKNOWN. K.V TO TIIKIH HATIIS. tako tho commander's orders should tho occasion nrfeo. Two or tureo men passongors who appeared on tho MARE deck the first night with lighted ci- GERMAN NOTE EXAMPLE TRIP IS A NIGHT gars wero roundly upbraided by tho commander and wero scut below. At Marseilles tho first word of tho Men, Known Only Uy Number, Rl.sk Cuptofn Ami Crow Must Constantly new German edict regarding the subIJvcs To Gain News For Tho Jlo On Riinril ARnlii.tt Tin Uultetl States. marine warfaro was learned.and hero Submarines. all but about 150 passengers, mostwero disembarked. ly second-clasThe ship continued her voyage on New York, March 10. Coincident On Hoard Ship. KiiBllsh Channel, February 1, tho day sot for tho be- with tho discovery of tho Zlmmer-man- n liner ginning of tho Indiscriminate torpenote, which disclosed the fnr- Fob. 13. Thin ureal ocean It Is not permitted to nnmo reaclilng plans of Germany to fo- is doing. Its human freight with the routo taken by the vessel, but it ment trouble In every part of tho anchored In comparatives safety nf- - was a most peculiar one, which globe, und the subsequent refusal of ter having upent In the Medllerran brought tho liner Into tho channel Secretary of Stato Lansing to disclose can danger zono three of tho most nany days overdue. how tho note was obtained, because From Marseilles on tho trip was it would "endanger lives," comes a strenuous weeks which the submarine icarfaro has produced since the be--, a continual horror to tho ships out brief press dispatch from Juarez, cttnilng of the world conflict. For ccrs, for the wireless told them that Mexico, announcing tho theft of "Imdays the steamer's wireless has been ships were going down all about portant papers" from tho German tiummlng almost steadily with "S. them. Knowledge of these events was consulato there. 0. S." calls received from vessels in j kept from tho passengers so far as j To tho averago reader tho Juarez distress. It was only yesterday morn-- 1 possible, but thero were somo things luispatch may seem unimportant, yet tag that a big ship was torpedoed which could not bo concealed. It was in all probability It is merely anotli-- , four miles from us, und signaled in tho early morning that tho ship cr link forged in the great chain of I!dIy with rockets for assistance, was torpedoed within sight of tho unknown achievements of our val-- ! vessel had been iant littlo bands of patriots who thru-- I bile we did the only thing which 'liner. The ran away as fast as' steaming along with all her lights out tho entire world are always on we could do Hut to- - ablaze, why, nobody could imagine, tho alert In tho Interest of our couhe engines could take us. night w aro In quiet waters, and It was a dellberato bid for trouble, ntry, yet who In time of danger can-- I days Suddenly sho was scon to heave up not call on us for aid. for the first tlnio in twenty-on- e will remove his out of tho water and then settle back the commander This littlo band of men, who nrc u wp with a terrible list. Immediately known only to the Stato Department, eiothes for sleep. signals wero sent up by the land whose names appear in tho se-- i --" - Hnrkv and consider ourselves tress "' wounded ship, but sho could expect cret achlvcs of tho United States as lucky to have readied port at all. no aid, for under Admiralty orders l"A-- " live lives that or Twice In the past six months j correspondent of the Associated ' no vessel can go to the rescuo of for adventures and heroism mako at such a time. has traveled through the tho averago "best seller" hero look Throughout tho three weeks from liko a tarnished imitation. Cwranean on n trip to and from In-- ! stood their j iia. From Indian ports to Port Said i Port Said passengers Is Social Corps. Jicre Is, of course, practically no (watch on tho bridge with the ship's So littlo is known by tho general ianger to be encountered from lios-- ! officers. From daylight until dark public of tho secret agents of our passengers wero always on tho Vile warcraft, but once the Suez Ca-jtn Government that to the average nal has been passed on the home- - lower bridge scanning l?o waters It seems probable no such body ward voyage u ihip is in constant with marino glasses, xuia their as of men exists. As a matter of fact, peril. sistance was appreciated by the com- tho vast majority of the citizens of too A day or two after the ship left mander for ho could not have tho country seem to think the SeBointny the passengers wero sum- - many on the lookout. During his out- cret Service, wlrlch In reality is at- escaped in a monerf to tho ship's boats to which ward voyage ho had tached to tho Treasury Department, and tire miraculous manner from a subma-thlthey had been assigned, is entrusted with diplomatic work of officer made the rounds, deliv- - j rino and he had no delusions as to the "underground" order. This how- -, ' ering instructions which gave to the danger. over, is not tho case. Altho It Is the many tho first real idea of what the It Is not only the men In the duty of the Secret Service and Deaiming danger was. trenches who lose their reason partment of Justice operatives to "After wo leave Port Said we shall through the stress of conflict. A sad run down plots of different kinds be In the danger zone," lie began. illustration of what submarino war-"Eathat are brewing almost continually ono of you will carry a life- - fare will produce was constantly bc-bwithin the confines of our own borim- - fore the passengers of the liner. about nil tho time. This is ders, they seldom aro sent out of the Iterative. Sometimes people get care--j There was aboard aa a passenger a country. ' steamship captain, who for many I less or arc forgetful. This must not Russia, in China, Japan, In far-of- f .:. You .should have the lifebelts j months had piloted a great ship Germany, France, England. South with you night and day. carrying . through dangerous waters. Once at America, and in fact, every Inhabited them even to your baths with you." least ho had encountered an undcr-v.at- 'part of the globe, there lilts tho diVmj of Lifebelts. boat and fought for the life plomatic tho "secret phantom, Tho continual strain agent." Tim ntllrnr irnvfi InstriirUnns as to of tho veshel. how the lifebelts were to be adjust- - had finally told on him and he was How many times he has interceptpfi . mii fnntiniiori: bciuir taken home under guard of ed : . Just such documents as tho Zlm-- i "In case we an: torpedoed flvo two men, a shattered wrecK wno nierinann note will probably never bo short blu&ts on the ship's whistle will stood for hours In a spot listening, known outside of diplomatic circles, Ho For what? call you to the boats. You will come nlway listening. :but this particular feat Is a good warm alone know and ho would not tell. Immediately, bringing Mich of the work done by these tlothing as you can snatch at the "watchdogs or the mist." Using 11c- -' moment. Tho unmarried men and Hank Foolishness. titious names and uumbers, I will those who are traveling without You occasionally ago it stated that 'outline their work. thpir wives will huo Hint all women When the war in Europe broke do not result from cold weathand children are In tho boats first. colds Were with all tho suddenness of a furious er. That Is rank foolishness. lTau will put them into tho boats by thunderstorm, it was no surprise to force If necessary. 1 may tell you it true colds would bo as prevalent those engaged in the great game of a In midsummer as In midwinter. Tho '"dodging death." In herlln a dap-- I bachelors," h Interjected with uniie. "that a womuu will take more microbe that causes colds nourishes per youth of decided Teutonic To get rid rough bundling than you may Im- In damp, cold weather. listed under our own han- -' agine. So throw them into tho boats of a cold takn Chamberlain's Cough nor as was fully alive to what It is effectual and is high- was doing. If you havo to. Married couples will Remedy. by peoplo who havo ' get Into tho boats together. It Is ly recommended On the Russian border Ivan Iho husband's duty to go with his used in for many years as occasion Blgned whose reports wlfu, and I niul-.lt an order that required, and know Its real value. wltli another number and letter. in Many Obtainable everywhere. this fihall bo carried out. straightway informed Washington of times a wife refuses ut tho last mothe Russian preparations, while In ment to get Into u boat without her France and England Andre I.o Reno husband, and wo want no delays of and Cyril Frothingham, respectivI IN ely, reported tho doings of these two Uil sort. "la cage you hoo that tho ship is great nations. to badly hit that sho Is going to Hink Tho youth of Teutonic appearance Immediately, you will not wait for Plainly an nc- -' is killed by a taxlcab. tho boats. The men will see that cldcnt, you would say If you had witthe women and children have their What Came From Reading nessed tho incident, yet the taxlcab lifobella properly adjusted and then youth Hiad followed the Teutonic a Advcr- will throw them overboard, follow- many blocks and was in all probabiltiscment. Ing as soon as possible themstlvoa. ity driven by a decrepit old cliauf-'feu- r, Jump as far from tho side of tho Kri 177 thai.k who Is known to Wllliclms-- ' l ttorson, ihlp us you can the Lydiu il I'inkham remedies CSX, and who had trasso as Prolmbly you will bo picked up have made me well received notifiiatlon of tu- Toutonlc , jomuono." and healthy. Somo-tim- o youth's activity iu the vicinity of ago I felt eo It wad not t And bo he continued. military unportunco. run down, had pains wine district of trilling wiucu teiiueu to roiiovo On So died tho Teutonic youth. in my back and side, More than ono woman wl o la " was very irregular, the register at Wushlngton tvuM traveling with little children tired, nervous, had crosbed off nailead and "II X" rushes turned away white of face onl such bad dreams, from Dresden to take his place. Tho thoughtful, ami for tho thousandth uid not feel like eat- Teutonic youth is au American, born tlmo inspnoted the tiny lifebelts ing end had short and raised, fighting to protect his breath. I road your country, but, even knowing that his which iilio wan earrjlng, to imikj advertisement (n Itfo is in coniiluut danger, ho can aura that tlwy wero ioad for her -- tho newspapers and t b.tblw appeal for aid. lie had done LydiaE.Pmk-tin- .. make no Front tho heglmii ii of tho 'yuB.idccIdcdtotryabottliof ',, I ham's Vegetable Compound. It worked Ills duty; ho !h dead a to no deflnlto n In Mexico City recently o lb ship would rouub port or leave mid a third, olio a bottlo of I.ydia E. and dovoted norvant of tho In fact. Pinkham'n Blood Purifier, und how I ura United States, woll known bocauso given to putnifer. tjisrs wero few n.uotIoiii which one just aa woll as sny other woman. I ad- - of his undying lovo for hi.) country coulil get miHWorwl. Tho comwpoii-- 1 vise eery womun, sinj,'lo or married, and Ilia bplrndid nerve, wus killed dent tried to get th ofllelul iiumhttr who la troubled witli any of the a'ore- - in a street light. Killed bocauso lie w l vl f PMeunKon and askl whothor any Vegbk-Compounwjui wan about to uurover thlngu which and IJtood awitni'lK wer board, hut h Bthur ,' and I am ut they will Iwln her to jjot wore bttor kept under cover, In the VM tolil hat Ik. .htpV nfflw had ria ,,f wr UyuL,s opinion of tho Mexican government. tl) uttmi loriiiiiiiitii io nivn h.t liiiiiiiiia Mrs. Kuu; J. Van iiuk .Sanue, :! No. Can .Make No Priiti'st, Aftor Iwivlug Port j yrk Su, PoUiwon, N. J. mn frlonds knew why ho was klli- His M.uvun Urn nwernenuy eoniiAw ut Writuthe I.vdiaR Pinkharn AladiciriA 1, tlioy know ho had hwu In tho lli is tilcrii of tho stoamor was covcrod Co, (confidential) Lynn, tlujj, If you shadow of deuth timu tlmtw, but u that iiHiuUitlvo (iKfid;erij could Mtil special Wk'u ser-pons, . ( J I J ! ! ! w dis-ii?j "C-217an-?re- ss Med-(other per-iso! ef , ch elt er I t le o-! j j "11-45- ," I Mus-icovlt- z, o Mglital Cigars Unimex!, From Port Said progress was nec- only his Intimates know why ho persisted In tuntlng tho grim reaper to como get him. A "sccrot ngent" Is a secret agent Ho In all that tho word Implies. must serve his country In silence. He may do braver deeds than those accomplished by tho soldier or sailor in battlo, but tho world can not know of them. No decoration graces his breast, no honors arc thrust upon him by an admiring public, yet lie continues on his perilous way doing his duty, a man without a country, who is invaluable to tho nation, but yet one whom tho nation can not recognize. If ho is killed, his death is often avenged by one of his fallow agents, for many friendships aro formed not alone between men of his own national corps, but with those of other nations with whom ho must necessarily work. Often French, American mid Drills!! secret agents work hand in hand. Tho Frenchman may discover whlio doing some work for his own government that there Is a plot being hatched for a German Invasion of Ho tho United States thru Mexico. passes the Information along to tho British and American agents. Aid Other Nations. Suddenly a fleet of llrltlsh and American warships get balling orders. They depart, "destination unknown." There Is no Invasion. The American may uncover a mes-sag- o of vast Importance to France. Ills friend, Paul Ledocque, has worked often with him. Paul shall know. And so It goes on, tho never ceasing stato of activity thruout tho world; men comn and go, como full of the enthusiastic desire to do for yet unexpected, tho best Interest, routo of "sudden death." and unreUnknown, unhonored warded, they play with death as you play with your own particular amusement, accomplish their endi by all means In their power, yet guarding tho nation from more dangers than you ever dreamed could exist. Not a particularly clean game, for U Involves theft, assault and battery and often deliberate murder, but necessary for the preservation of law and order thruout the world and Just as honorably enacted as tho killing of men in battle. of the They aro tho "watchdogs mist" and they flit In nnd out of this world of strife liko so many fireA flicker here, a flicker there, flies. then the light goes out forever. Heroes unrewarded. Ry Kenneth MacDougall, in Louisville Herald. m ' I i I T Wagons! Wagons! Wagons! 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IICSION. iiiiUir..Ujiium1Uuai!mxi.-,i,i,WWffl1,,T(1.(M1- uwriMK'm;. rholco of nny ltceiit MASSAQ lUSCTTS muuu;.JT -- s rri , " M writora until about 16C0, when a new turn of nffalrs was brought about by QUEEN EMPLOY NOT n Jesuit father, who denounced It as an Instrument controlled by tlio devti BROKE ALLIANCE il. Tho subject wiia then inkcn up by tho church, and for more than 100 years It was hotly debated by Somo approved of It IIKLKXA KOKCIH) ITALY TO HIDK churchmen. SUKVKV ADVIHKS and authorized its uso on church Gr.OMKllCAIi WITH TIIK ALLIK9 HAYS THAT PUOITHHIONAI. WATI'.lt property; others condemned It nnd WHITNK. r'iM)i:it9 in: i,i:t ai,onk. iibcd It with threatened thoso who In 1092, tho year of tho Salem witchcraft, Its notoriety was greatly incrensed by tho WAS PARTIAL TO RUSSIA IS ONLY SUPERSTITION arrest nnd exocution of a crlmlnnl through tho agency of a peasant who used a divlulug rod. Interest In this Triple Part Dlsrcgnnk'l As a Itosult Oil And Other Minerals Cannot l!o caso was Inlcnso and widespread ami Hay Campaign Tho Of Correctly Iirahif Willi Divincalled forth a largo amount of literrZftntimiu. ing KimI. ature. As lato as 1703 this peasant was employed to point out with hla divining rod l'rotcstanta for mabsa-cr- c, ncrlln, March 10. "Queen Heleunder tho plea of punishment na of Italy Is one of tho most astute Tlio liloa Hint n forked tvslc, or for crimes they had committed. Tlio dlvlnlnj; rod, Is iiEoful in divining rod wns In somo respects politicians in Kuropo and has influmtiicrnls, llnilliiR hidden trcas-lir- closely related to witchcraft, as Is enced tlio destinies of her country h or clctcctlnr; criminals Ib n suggested by tho uso of Incantations nioro than any ono of tho many ItalmiprTsllllon that Iipr been n Mili-Jc- In connection with divining, and to ian Prlino Ministers who hnvc risen ' of discussion olnco tho middle of this relationship may bo ascribed in to power and fnllcn sinco sho arrived tho blxtccntli century and still lian somo mcacuro tho strengthening of In Rome twenty years ago from tho n EtroiiB hold on tho popular mini), belief In It. Witchcraft nt that tlmo Ulach Mountains of Montenegro," oven In this country. This is evident had becomes a frenzy, and anything says Knrk M. Von Wolfsberg In tho from tho lurj;o number of Inquiries which by ony stretch of tho Imagi- "Sueddcutscho onatsheft." Tho writreceived each year by tho United nation could bo suspected of Implica- er, who ha3 lived In Home many ears, admires the political shrewdStates Geological Survey, Depart- tion with witchcraft became a subment of the Interior, as to tho elllca-c- y ject of discussion nnd tlio basis of ness' of the beautiful Montenegrin or such a IwIk, especially for lo- firm opinions and beliefs. In 1701, princess on the Italian throne, but considers her powers unfortunate for cating underground water. To fur-- 1 however, tho Inquisition Issued a tilslt n reply to Hicko Inquiries tho against tho further uso of tho her country and claims that she njono Ecological Survey has published ta divining rod in criminal prosecution, broke tho Trlplo Alliance anl brlof paper, by Arthur J. Kills, on and this use of tho device rapidly brought Italy to tho sido of the Entente Allies. tho history of water witching, with caino to an end. a bibliography that iucludos a truly "The marrlago of Queen Helena Ileeent Discussions. astonishing number of boolca and part of tho eighteenth has been very happy," says her GerIn tho later pamphlets on this uncanny stibjoct. to ex- man tfltlc. "Her husbt'iid adores un - In summary tho paper states; It cetuurywator luitinpt va3 madeelectric her, and her influenco which became witching as an plain la doubtful whether so much Invesphenomenon, and later It was dis- visible when sho still was Crown tigation and discussion havo been cussed ns a pircliio phenomenon. At Princess, has grown steadily. With tho widowed bestowed on any other subject with almost every tley In tho ndvance of hor mothcr-In-laMargherita, sho never got such absoltilu lack of positive somo ouo has attempted to Queen science .ilo'ig well. That is eplalned by It is dllflcult to eco how for plain Us biiptoMd opeiatlon by purposes tho entire matter ii difference in tho character of tho ypr.irtlcal tucim, of tbfc latest scientific theor- the Is two women. Tho queen-mothoulJ he more thoroughly discredi- ies. ry religious, while Queen Helena ted. It Is by no means truo that till Heforo the present war thero were u perrons unlng a forked twig or somo sovcral societies lu Germany wliosc loos not like the Catholic Church devico for locating water or other solo object was tald to be tho study and tho priests. deceivers. Husband Aids Queen. minerals aro Intentional of the divining rod. In 1010 the "Despite all offorts of her mother-In-laHomo of them aro doubtless men of department of agriculture of Franco ingood character and benevolent to convert her, the queen In appointed a commlttoe to InvestiHowrver, as anything that gate tho subject, and in 1914 this her beiirt remained truo to tho Ortentions. thodox Church, tho faith of her can bo deeply veiled In mystery af- committee wns still investigating. fords a good opportunity for swinX copy of tho report, which is youth and her family, altho sho had dlers, there can be no reasonable published as Water-Suppl- y Paper to publicly renounce It on October doubt thnt many of tho largo group 41G, can bo obtained by addressing 2, 1S9G, three weeks before her marof professional finders of water, oil tho Director, United States Gclogi-c- al rlago to King Victor Emmanuel. Her husband who is very liberal In reor other minerals who tako pay for Survey, Washington, D. C. ligious matters took her part in her their "service" or for tho salo of o quarrels with his mother. their 'Instruments" are deliberateClear Auny Tlio Wiuste. ly defrauding tho pcoplo and that "The Queen considers herself a Dowel regularity Is tho secret of tho total amount of money they ob- good health, bright eyes, clear com- distant relative of the Russian Imtain is largo. To all inquirers tho plexions, and Dr. King's New Life perial family and her sympathies United States Geological Survey PI113 aro a mild and gentlo laxative havo always been with tho great thereforo gives tho advlco not to ex- that regulates tho bowels and re- Slavic empire, which acted as protecpend nny money for, tho services of tor or her father and her native lieves tho congested Intestines by recountry. Soon after her marriage a any "wntcr witch" or for tho uso or moving the" accumulated wastes withpropaganda began to purchaso of nny machlno or instruout griping. Tnku a pill beforo re- subtle Russian ment devised for locating under- tiring and that Iwavy head, that dull mnko itself felt in tho Itaman aristocracy. Within a few years this ground water or other minerals. spring fever feeling disappears. Get propaganda became more pronounc History of tlio SticrMltion. Dr. King's Now Llfo P1U3 at your the court circles, In tracing tho history of tho sub- druggist, 2Sc. 3 ed. Gradually which formerly had been entirely ject It Is found that divining rods a largely changed their bavo been used (1) to locato oro de- VILLA OKKKUS TO GKANT burled or hid- posits. (2) to discover attitude, and the Triplo Alliance was HOLLAND TO TDK KA1SEU denounced even by its former ardent den treasure, (3) to find lost landproperty supporters, altho Germany managed reestablish marks and 7. Tho Los Angeles, Cal., March to bring about tlio renewal of tho boundaries, (4) to detect criminals, International News Scrvlco was giv- treaty when (C) to analyzes personal chanuter, It expired. en Monday what purports to be Gen. Russian In!lucnco Felt. (6) to euro diseases, (7) to traco Villa's reply to tho offer of tho Ger"The Russian Influenco became lost or strayed domestic animals, (8) man Government In case of war with to insure immunity against ill for- tho United States. Villa Is said to stronger and stronger at tho Italian tune by uso ns a fetish, (9) to locato havo received tho same proposition court, however. This was made well sites, (10) to traco tho courses thnt was sent to Carranza, namely, clear when tho Czar visited Racconl-g- l, tho summer rcsldenco of tho Ital of underground streams, (11) to do- - that Mexico might havo tho States tcrmlno tho amount of water avall-nbl- o of .Arizona, New Mexico and Texas ian royal family In Plemont, In 190S. To glvo political color to the visit by drilling at a given spot, (12) lu caso of war with tho United States. Mayor, Ernesto to determine tho depth at which wa- -, Somo former oWcors of tho Villa tlio English-Italia- n tor or ores occur, (13) to dctermlno staff aro lu tho city, and gavo an Nathan, of Homo, was requested to f tho direction of cardinal points, and American witli intimate Mexican bus- hasten to tho Plemonteso Mountain castle and to welcome tho Russian (15) to nnalyo ores and wnter. iness nlllllntlons tho alleged Villa anruler In tho name of tho population Tlio origin of tho superstition Is swer to tho knlsor. City.' The demo lost in untlqully. What is believed Evidently tho Villa staff, as a re- of tho 'Eternal to bo tho llrst published description sult of Us familiarity with tho prompt cratic, Mayor and Freemason balked , of tlio divining rod In contained In methods of tho Texas rangers, gaug- nt first, but obeyed when tho request Georgians Agrlcola's "Do ro metalll- - ed tho kaiser's proposition at Its hu- was repeated lu tho form of an orca," which was published In 1GGC. morous worth and answered In der. "Tho aim of this demonstration Tho device became common first In kind. demo-ciatl- c was to win tho Germany as a means for locating Tlio text of tho alleged document eloments to tho idea of a mines and ulso for discovering bur- la nu follows: alliance. Tliln plan was led treasure, n matter of rather com"Gon. Villa regrets that It lo Inmon interest in thoso days, when tho ' expedient for him to accept tho of-f- successful, because tho democratic pross during tho next threo or four practlco of burying money and plato ro generously mado by his Gerfor bafo keeping was vory general. manic majesty of tho North Ameri- jcars completely changed Its attiIt vas Introduced Into ICngland by! can btates of Arizona, Now Mexico tude in regard to Russia. Helena Pnvoy Way. German miners during tho reign of j and Texas. At tho present timo and heforo "When tho present world war Klizabeth (155S-1C0engaged in suppressing Gen. Villa is tho end of tho seventeenth century tlio revolt of ono Carranza, a free broko out, King Victor Emmanuel spread through tho countries j booter, who has revolted In tho cen- Intended to llvo up to tho treaty it had of Kuropo. Kvcrywhcro it aroused , tral part of tho republic, and for with Germany and Austria-Hungarconixoversy. Tho rules prescribed that reason cannot spare the troops but ho did not dare to do so, because tho nation had become thoroly for tho cutting of tho twig partook necessary to garrison tho and hoped fervently that tho largely of heathen sorcery and asNorth American States, trology. There wcro Indeed, to whoso Inhabitants might object to destruction of Austria would be accomplished by Russia in short orsomo oxtont, unconscious remlnls-censc- a tho transfer. of tho old Scandinavian and howovor, his Germanic majes- der. Ilut ty "If. "Whon tho Allies desired tho enoven of tho Aryan mythology. will send Gen., Villa 10,000 rifles this heathen influenco was offset nnd 10,000,000 cartridges, Gen. Vil- trance of Italy Into tho war on tholr when tho rod was duly Christianiz- la will grant him and his lioirs In sido they needed but llttlo propaed by baptism, being laid for this perpetuity tho kingdom of Holland ganda, because tho ground had been wnll prepared by tho tireless and 1'urposo In the bed Hh a newly bjp. aud tho Swiss republic." vory intelligent .ork of Queen Helo-mi- ." tired child, by whoso Christian napio It was afterward idilrcsscu. it ia o rnnrclvnhlo that tllO motive ( JIpi-o'u IIok Tluit Talks. FOR FLETCHER'S for surrounding Hilts practlco with u A dog that seems to havo a parrollgloiiB atmosphero might not havo rot's skill in memorizing and imitathern altogether a tollof In Ua dtvluo ing words was In Now York tho other character, for at that time anyutio wor;;s duy. Its mistress, Mine. A. E. Just The Opposite found engaged In iiystorlouo "Don't you find It hard theso times of Columbus, O., took it to Inwas In danger of being charged with to meet expenses?" terview a theater manager for a po.orcory nnd burned to death. "Hard? Man alive, I meet ex-- sition lu vaudeville. Its Umj In DctoctliiR Criminals. every turn!" Uostou Trau- "What do I bund you when you Tho divlulug rod continued to bo potiBoa nt aro bud?" lime, IMckare naked, be 8UbJoct with alcheuilatlc Bcrlpt. ji favorito itr THE '8 ginning tho conversation to show thef malinger tho dog's ability as a con- 8HHftF.?2 -- versationalist. tho dog replied. "Whom do you love?" shoncxt nsked. came tho an-- i "Ivo my mam-mn,- " owcr with amazing distinctness. , "What do you want for dinner?" "Lamb!" tho dog answered loud"Lcm-on,- " v 'TOMrm tM xsa ra wR;&m,rPmWrm'ix$wti . V mk 2 Tf st'lf W,Z W VS rV n Kb K? V H WS t YjE M- - SSS3. Att d Cry for FloScfcsr's A ly. I e, cur-Iou- cl "And what else?" "Moro lamb," it returned. "Wlioro Is your collar?" "Don't know," camo tlio reply. "Where- do you want to go?" "Homo, mam-ma.- " Tho dog answered many other questions, but these were its most distinct utterances. Its "mam-ma,- " "lamb," and "lem-on- " wcro enunciated as clearly as though It were a por-so- n nnswcrlng, and the other words were sulllclently clear to bo understood readily. Tho dog's name is Zyris, an English bull terrier. It Is threo years old. Mtne. RIcharo has been training it since It wns one month old. Another of Its accomplishments 13 talking over the telephone. -o-- a' m iue for over oier 30 years, has borne tie fifcuturo of -,-and has bea mad utodcr hra per-B0Bal siace LjcZrtterrfrA, auq suprvbli dcccjTe ite infarcy. MZC&M, no one to you in th ill Cotmvrtfcitfl, Imitations and " Justas-goaare but S;;perkicnt3 that trifle with and endanger th health of Biianta owfi Children Experience asaiost EsperJAent. ? 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CHICAGO I ' t 5 You C an You Be Whatever : anti-Russi- C" or , Nelso Won't Deceive. Tho Big Boss was consulting Nelso, tho Janitor, rclatlvo to tho qualifications of an applicant for a placo as Want To Be j isslstaut janitor. "Do you know this boy's reputation for truth and veracity?" ho asked. 3, You can bo n success, und a bigsucee&a, if you havo y, uutl-Germ- above-mention- ed "Yes, sub, yas, suh, I guess I do," responded Nelso. "Well, what is It?" "Well, suh, ho always tells de trufo, I reckon; dat is, I nevah is ketched him In no lie; but, 'bout ilia hero v'raB'ty blzncss. I'm gwlnter be fair wid you. Somo say ho will an' somo say, he won't." Macon Tolegraph. m Children Cry CASTORIA Musclo Soreness Relleied. Unusual work, bending and lifting or strenuous excrclso is a strain on the muscles, they becomo soro und still, you are crippled nnd in pain. Sloan's Liniment brings you quick relief, easy to apply, it penetrates without rubbing aud drives out tho soreness. A clear liquid, cleaner than mussy plasters or ointments, It does not statu tho sklu or clog tho pores. Always have a bottlo bandy for tho pains uches of rheumatism, gout,- lumbago, grippe, bruises, stiff ness, backacho aud ull external pain. 3 At your drub'Bist, 2Cc. - AMBITION, ERERGY, NERVE. Tho road to success is easy if you are properly prepared. A Business Education is the chief requisite for prepared nosfi. Tlio big men of today almost without exception aro tho men who prepared yestorday. We preparo you for the position that aro waiting for the prepared man or woman. School 'tn session tho entiro year. Pupils may enter at any time and receive proper classification. 0 Bbl IB ' IB (Incorporated) OWENSBORO, KY. tTTHTmnHHvvTTUtvvMmvvvtnHmvnvvMTH - z. r-j- r ?&?- - Hartford Republican. M ft TnfHonl. Ky.. iwiukII ( motor from Portland, Me., to Los Angeles about three months ago; nil went well until ten dnyn ngo, when cuts near Horton Saturdoy and day. ( Sun- SNNOUIMCEIVIENTS. Kntrl nrtfimllriK to mnttr it lw nl tlm I'oM.itflrf llm rlv. AliLlSOV J. HARNETT W. S. TIN'S LEY,. .BuMiicm Address kl Editor Manager ilie all communications Hartford Republican. to NOTICE TO SUCSCRIUERS RQberltMyH tKJUfOt. l"lrinK Hip Vlr wnt to n new Uwtnriw I.oen1i nmt Nutlcr lOe If r Hub hiiiI Sr h ntlilliloiiHl Inierllon. Vr lltw tor ruI!piilntliiu iinil Kuril ot TU .nl.r- Obltunrir. Hi- - muiiry Imiurnnin tmt other Churrli Not km fur iilTfrlleementK. i wr line. . no will ansyniiinn rniniiimili-nUiirMention ln. Cumtorlaai - - 123 C Friday. 1b .march .1 i Some boys don't think so grand. grand Jury "Tho llrst shall bo last" was carried out iu returning the Kentucky soldiers. not permit tho International situation to Interfere with swatting the fly this spring. Wo should Hartford negro who stole three bales of hay required tho forth ball before ho could roam at will. A A mule's ears can give more good advico 1:1 a. few seconds than tho vocal coitis ol some people in a ear. Tho Republican takes gro-i- t pleas-ur- o In "onTratulatiug Colonel Harry Sommers, editor of tho Hliiietli-tow- n News, upon his appointment as dirccior of the Kami Loan Bank. Tho selection of Colonel Sommers is satisfa'tory to tho public and especially pleasing to the press. Last w;eek w.e expressed some iosity as to how dry "bono dry" really is. A letter containing a clipping curs and of tho squib came from Arkans-itho writer suggested that a trip lo that State would entirely satisfy tho curiosity. Ho said "bono dry" is 990 per cent moisture compared to Arkansas. SOLDIERS. Speaking of the Americans win arc aiding Franco in its great strug-gl- o with tho coiumon enemy Alexander Millerand, War Minister of France, says: "There will forover remain sheltered under the mingled folds of the Stars and Stripes and the Red, White and r.li o of the French Hag, and preserved in tho annals of tho two countries, the names of tho young American heroes who have fallen gloriously on tho field of battle as aviators, as soldiers of tho Foreign Legion, or In succoring the wounded. "The great work undertaken by tho father of tho American Republic In 177G upon tho soil of the New World Is being completed by tho sons, who camo to tho Old Soil of Frauce in 1914. "Wood and tears shed lu common in tho now wars for Independence will render forever sacred and Indissoluble tho union of the two siBter FREXCIl-AMHHICAX republics." a splendid tribute to young It it- - and young America is In- dobted to tho memory of those who gave their lives so alorons!y Hint a slslor Republic bhotilil o.pro-- i tins AiiiciicutiK who have klmllx fei'llnt,' fought with tho Allies and wilt return nro no less heroic and our ory should record them as it does heroes of our own army. Amcrl- -i 11 o noil BLUR JACKETS ARE doing duty ix cuha his Santiago. March 12. From base at Giinnlniianio, Admiral Hnr T. Mni' loitiinainier of tb I .litul States Atlantic licet, recoiwd reports tuiiuy from nt least live Cuban Blioro s ations whero American lorcos lin iwn landed. From nono of them, however, camo any evidenco that tho putting abhoro of American was tho beginning or mterv. ntloii. Five hundred marines and uro patrolling Santiago, while smaller detachments aro dolii similar duty at Gunnlanairio. Manz-anlll- o Tho only Inand NeluvJtab. terior pplnt where Americans arj stationed is Kl Corabre mine, a few Americans Santiago. mlleisi from horn havo been canuul noi 10 lnter-fer- n in tho Uasi, particular with tho conduct of tho civil government, hi fact tboy aro there only to Insure protection to life and property. blue-Jack.o- ts ' Hacked His Car Nino Dajs. Having backed his touring car all tho way from Ontario to Needles, whero. I'" hinpp'd all his forward Xec.r, AiifUimn T.mbe, nceom ponied by his wife and eight children, rang-ing'l- ii luftt.from .rive months to 14 encamped uuur tho Ontario yotrn,'-i'Oily Hajl. Air. TuuU und his family ;ct out lo r CL'TS QVV TOXOUE, TUI.t.H oast if Needles (hey wore misdirect- - . Nollc- n- AntioiincementH for coun- - iiunllfled, are enlltled lo vote for TKKTH, THEN tUUCIDKK ly otfiich published In this column un- - School Superintendent In both 1'rl GUIDE getting off the highway, od and, nl tlio l'rlmHry, $5.00 in ndvnnce unary and Final Election. stripped tho car's forward gears. near uwtrict offlctM, ?2.fi0. r ona Kullen, wl.o i Following this mishap Mr. Taubc Wo nro autliorlreil to announce tho i" ( ho li v " iltcralo- irgy a' .. n...i ..i. w. mllw in Mm nearest " candidacy of E. S. HOWARD for tho TEUTON LEGISLATION . HACK OP Iteprcsenfnllve. ii pair 'lod rot-i- ! Tor i ..'ii imituii tn net food for bis .vlf.n1i Republican nomination for SuperinXOTE KIHJESTIN V'o ar. iuilliorUed to annoiinco tho Sllir- i Hi.' .n fHl off tlii tind of kiddies. Nothing daunted, when It ESI1IRV for tho tendent of Schools of Ohio county. ""dlf!."y of I.. Ii. JIKMS ESIUAKKO. l' .i toiigue nlol hmiBOlf ictwcon tho . i iMithln'nn nomluntloii for Repre-.-i.iii- u Subject to the Primary Electluu, lirvame evident that tho stripped (wftuy is S. ndaj morn -- s wi. lie repaired, and of Ohio county. Subject Saturday, August 4. 1917. giur.4 could not ..... .... mum - fit r.itilnr.i tllplll. i His itiliu .c Lhof;lil i caliber i .tttM- j t!.o Primary Election, Saturday, ' Wo 1111V1I1K I"' nro nuthorls'ed to announce tho , rgurt 1. 1917. AT T TAMP17 T ? trm?T7CT?17M!lii hao lieon unialunced candidacy of MRS. I. S. MASOX foi """- ,i.!.!,.,i in tirncet'il hviinL - uimiwu """ " t,..i, - car. i wut.ijiJL.il Soel'ig no rislun f'Otit tho backing bis tho Republican nomination for Super;ti inncya and nn'uiB tba actrneo or I'or t'ounty Judge. intendent of Schools of Ohio county After ulnc days' blow backing and We aro .urthorlroil to nnnounce the Subject to tho Primary Election, Sat bur signs of lho nolh r went lo many n ncckache, ho Is within forty (Vrtnln Promise Anil Conditions Im- iMidldncv of MCK COOK for tho urday, August 4, 1917. Fulton's homo Sunday a'tcrnoon llrniidlli'iin iioiiilnutAin for Jiuluo of miles of Los Angeles, which he hopes mimnI I'pon Slelcniis Ansur- wjjcro bo llrcl alure. and ntado the ,,, 01lj0 county Court. Subject to to reach soon, and whero he hopes to ctl Pact. For Jailer. Although tin : i.iuus tin ibo Primary Election, Saturday, Audiscovery get work to support his largo family. We nrb aiithnrtrcd to announce the ust 4, 1917. stin breaihed when loutii . drln Los Angeles Times. candidacy of M. ('. SIIROAHHK for The nolrhlmrs wrrn , soon "thereafter. We aro authorized to announce the tho Republican nomination for Jail. randl rall,,Wacjr of ,:. K. WEDDIXtJ for er of Ohio county. Subject to the Washington, March 14. Confldcn fil'.RMAX PLOT TO rep ton of (ho tnan'a head, tin had ap- - the Rer.ibllcun nomination for Judge Primary Election, Saturday, August NAVV YARDS tlal diplomatic reports from tho WRECK rosentatlves of a neutral Government jnronlly rlrclehrd tho (onguo wltli ti the Oiuo County Court. Subject I, 1917. passing througli hero on tho plnchorf und had thw cotored o tho Primary Election, Saturday. - In Mexico We are authorized to nnnounco tho Philadelphia, March 12. Govcrn- iiw.li. u'fii. in l.inrnnn anv din f!tii'tnnn If with n linlfp 1'owili r hlirilK 1111 August 4, 1917. candidacy of .1. W. HUVAI.Ii for tho ment agents today continued their ml tho Gonnun tlo forehead indtcotrd tb.it the rlflo n MexcQ Ct Wo are authorircd to announce the Republican nomination for Jailer or investigation into tho activities of Legation to tho' Pricandidacy of P.. It. MART IX for the Ohio county. Subject thero aro guiding virtually was near it target when bred persons under arrest charged with Fulton lived on tho Lincoln Rry- - tiepiiblicau nomination for Judge of mary Election, Saturday, August 4. the entlro nnancial and diplomatic r.miigglln'; ships' chronometers from Springii no-- i Ci(i His re-- t he Ohio County Court. Subject to 1917. affairs of Mexico. tho German auxiliary cruisers interns wor iiicrnd M.ndiy in the ibo Primarj Election, Saturday, A:: According to these reports the We nro authorized to annoiinco thp ust 4, 1917. ed at the Philadelphia navy yard and action of Mexico in sending recently j .ilton ' urynr: ground. candidacy of E. E. TINSI.EV for tho of persons suspected of having had u to the American Republics a mrto on We aro authorized to announce the Republican nomination for Jailer of hand In tho alleged violation or the tho subject of peace In Europo was Subject to tho J. A. RRI.LAMY for ' candidacy ofnomination for Judge the Ohio county. August 1, 1917. PrimaSTOP, LOOK, LISTEN1. ot ry Election, customs laws. directed by ollicials of tho German following RepublicanCountv Court. Subject to EUREKA FLOUR at the Ohio There aro reports that the Feder- Legation, wlillo the German bank Is prices, strictly for cash: Wo are authorized to announce tho tho Primary Election, Aug. 4, 1917 al authorities liavo discovered a plot said to have come into control of tho candidacy of S. A. LEE for the Re.:t. bag $ to damage with many ramifications Wo nro authorized to nnnounco the publican nomination for Jailer of 1 Mexican financial situation. bag $ ..". property at tho navy ynrd in the candidacy of SILAS L. STEVENS for Ohio county. Subject to tho Primary Paper. , Hacks State's 2i-l- b bag $ 1.25 event there is war between tho Unitthe Republican nomination for Judge Election, August 4. 1917. It is declared that tho German IS-lbag $ 2.ri of tho Ohio County Court. Subject ed States- - and Germany. Govern- Hunk has accepted quantities of the 9S-Ibag S fi.li!) to the Primary Election, Saturday, We arc authorized to announce tho ment ollicials, however, are main- paper Issued by the Mexican Gov-- I I candidacy of .1. T. WEIMUXti for the barrel, In cloth Sio.oo August 4, 1917. taining silence neither confirming ernmout and that the institution ap 1 Republican nomination for Jailer or barrel, In wood 910.1." nor denying published reports that pears to have at its disposal ut.llm- Wo are authorized to announce the Ohio county. .Subject to the PrimaAll hogs nro of sanitary cloth explosives have been smuggled on candidacy oi WIN'SOV SMITH for tin ry Election, August 4, 1917. From tho tenor "f j Itcl resources. eltanre-?- . Republican nomination for .ledge ot board tho Kronprlns Wilhclm and tho reports it appears that a large Prices subject to rrmrkrt Wo nro authorized to annoiinco the W. E. ELLIS & URO. tho Ohio County Court. Subject to tho Prinz Eltcl Frcdrich, tied up at ouantlty of German money has andldacy of CHARLEY JOHNSON tho primary Election, Saturday, Aunavy yard. the for the Republican nomination for gust 4, 1917. reached tho Mexican Government. TAFFY HAPPENINGS. Jailer of Ohio county. Subject to Tho German Legation Is said in the I 'or County Attorney. the Primary Election. Saturday, Au- Huv Taffy, March 12. Hlrch FORMER- - AMRASVDOU reports virtually to bo directing AVe aro authorized to nnnounco the gust 4, 1917. Dam tilUd his AKiivi..fc Ai iwihiii.uiu.i every move of tho Mexican Govern Shields of cui'lidacy o! A. I. KIRK for tho ' We aro authorized to announce the nomination lor County At-- i uiM, both internally and ester- - regular appointment here Saturday nnd Sunday and delivered two able ney of Ohio county. Subject to candidacy oi C. A. SMITH for tho ReWashington, March 14. Former nally. Primary Election, Saturday, Ati-- publican nomination for Jailer ot Coiisldeta'ib attention is given in sermons to a largo congregation for Ambassador Gerard arrived here to-- 1 Ohio county. Subject to tho Primary .t 4. 1917. Cau- lho weather and ro.uls to lie so bad. ni.orts to the new Mexican day and was met at tho railway sta-jU- 'o Election, Saturday. August 4, 1917. The heavy rain which fell left nil tion by Secretary Tumulty and other tlttitiou, which goes Into offect May I'or Count Court Clerk, low ground under water. Wo aro authorized to announce the We are authorized to nnnounco the ollicials. Any plans Mr. Gerard mav.t. it being declared that several of the Mrs. Rosa liartletto, whose illness candidacy of W. C. P.LANKENSHIP candidacy of WORTH TICHENOIt making a statement its provisions apparently were liavo had for for for tho Republican nomination for betfor the Republican nomination changed when the State Do-- j vised as means of ansistlnc the was mentioned last week, is no County Court Clerk of Ohio county. Jailer of Ohio county. Subject to partment arranged for him to say he ' cause of Germany in Mexico at the ter. tho tho Joo Tom Taylor and wife attended Subject to August Primary Election, gust Primary Election, Saturday, Au 4, 1917. 4. 1917. Saturday. could make no detailed statement expense of the Interests of tho En- church iiero Saturday and Sunday until he conferred with tho depart lente Allies and tho United States. We are authorized to announce the We aro authorized to annoiinco the Article 27 of the new Constitution and visited the latters parents, Mr. ment. candidacy of M. I1. CRUMLEY for the candidacy of .1. W. PERRY for the and Mrs. James Kirk. Mr. Gerard may not see the Pres-- i which provided for the confiscation Clarence Patton and iiauuliieri Republican nomination for County Republican, nomination for Jailer of ident for a day or two.as the Presi-- ) of concessions or property of foreign-den- t Ohio county. Subject to tho Pri. I Court Clerk of Ohio county. Subject - Tiielma and Conna, spen t aaiuruaj (ho j,rlmary Election, Saturday. mary Election, Saturday, August U is receiving no visitors until era Is regarded as especially dangcrTili-lU'ltli lilu ...... I, AHuu Mni.l 1ni' August 4, 1917 .,.. J ..V 4. 1917. ous to tho Entente Allies and ncu- - ''ft1- - " .fcM ... ullnl .....JO ho fully recovers from his cold. Development!; in ton, of Adaburg. "I am very, very happy to get trals In general. We aro authorized to annoiinco the Miss Elia Gay Funk Is tho guest For Assessor. back," baid Mr. Gerard as he step-- 1 the near future, tho reports indicate, of bor aunt, Mrs. Juke Sliafer near i.ui imacy of L. II. CON1MT for the Wo nro con-tar- y ped from tho train. Asistant Secro- -' will be directed at ousting from It publican nomination for County candldncy authorized to nnnounco the of I. E. WARD for the Heaver Dam. t. Court Clerk of Ohio county. Subject Phillips, of tho State Depart- - trol in tho oil fields, American, Miss Susio Raymond, who attends to tho Primary Election, August 4, Republican nomination for Assessor Secretary McAdoo, Senator ih. Dutch and other Interests. of Ohio county. Subject to tho Prischool at Hartford, visited her par- - 1917. rio-- o Alliance Foreseen. I..i(1lo nnil were ' mary Election. Saturday, August 4, KeunUir I Inches I lmiIs . . from Thursday unlit Sumluv - .. :nn., j -- ., Ki,crirr .i.i 1917. among inoso who .noarcieu mo iram ahhuuk i. i.v uiursuuj ihkiu who iitr autnorlm, l0 nnnounCo the entered Mr. Gerard's car. As the stated In tho rep.rts that such Is tho,""" We ftro and For Magistrate. candidacy of (;. A. RALPH for the former Ambassador stepped from tho fact tho diplomat forwarding them sIMrr, Mrs. Ira D. Funk. Patton, wifo und children Reu'Mlcan nomination forSheilff of Ernest Wo nro autliorlreil to announce the ho was almost rushed off his has reason for believing that in return train h cnndldncy of W. C. DAUGHERTY for .t Wednesday night at J. E. Ohl. coiinty. Sbjea - ho feet by people eager to shake hands for tho favors done for the Mexican tho Republican nomination for JusGovernment, certain promises andluuh-ahim. tice of Peace, Roslnn Magisterial DisI Clarence Patton purchased a tract '1917 j havo been imposed which conditions trict. Subject to tho Primary Elecr mnu trom Thomas Hamilton for We aro authorized to announce the tion, Saturday, August 4, 1917. will serve to bring about a closo al- Woodmen Select Owensboro. enndidacy of S. A. ISRATCHER for 0' Hopklnsville, Ky., March 14. Tho lianco which obviously could bo used Wo aro authorized to announce tho Ira D. Funk bought two youns I tho Republican nomination for Sher lv..nfiinkv WnnrliTiim nf flin World nt against tho United States In event ot Subject to the candidacy of .IAS. A. HOLING for the iff of Ohio county. Congressman A. (war between tho United SUites nnd mulos last week. elected noon Primary Election, Saturday, August Republican nomination for Justice ot Mr. Melvin Uurtlette and wife 1, 1917. W. UarKley, or l'anucan, neau con- - uermany. tho Peace, Sulphur Springs District. Hart-letSubject to tho Primary Election, SatThe reports omit all mention of tho spent Sunday with Isbmuel Kill. Ho defeated Col. J. H. Brewer, ' W aro authorized to announco the urday, August 4, 1917. and family. of Louisville. It was decided to hold celebrated Zlmmerniaiin letter to tho Messrs Charlie Feemstcr, Chester candidacy of . P. JOXES for the next, biennial meeting In OwcnB-- j German Minister in Mexico. Tho the Republican nomination for Sheriff Wo aro authorized to announco th rival in Mexico of American Ambao- - Wlmsatt nnd Lonnlc Maden were in ot Ohio county. Subject to tho Pri- candidacy of E. W. JACKSON for mary Election, Saturday, August 4, tho Republican nomination for Jussador Fletcher Is mentioned; tho re- town Sunduy. 1917. tice of tho Peace, Heaver Dam Disport, which .was written for tho conTO HEAVER DAM VOTERS. trict. Subject to tho Primary Elecfidential information of tho diploWe uro authorized to announce tho tion, Saturday, August 4, 1917. HEADS ODDLY STRUXG. mat's Government, milling that tho candidacy of H. E. HENXETT for the Reaver Dam, Ky., March 12. 'WPiipr duns not believe, in view of Wo aro authorized to announco tho Democratic nommiiion lor aueriii or (Dy J. II. Thomas.) To G. W. Martin, T. (5. Stratton. C. tJl0 HtuatIon( thut tho pres0MCO 0f tho Ohio county. Subject to the Primary candldncy of J. Y. HAGERMAN for S. Taylor, O. E. Scott Tom Wallace, AnierIcan representative wdl brln August 4, 1917. tho Democratic nomination for Jus-tlc- o Election, Saturday, Dr. Allen nnd 45 other Republican of the Pence, Hartford Magisterbout nny chtulg0 ln tIl0 con,iition8. For Superintendent. ial District. Subject to tho Primary gentlemen: It looks now iiko the partnorslkip Xoto Women wno aro legally Election, Saturday, Aug. 4, 1917. of tho Kalyer and God was about to NOCREEK PARAGRAPHS. Your petition handed mo asking March 14. Rev. II. W. v.uiler, of bo dissolved. that 1 become a Candidate for the Opinions hUt tho CranlCS lllleup Solid- - O?', 111 linn nf Mm nrlirlnnl ll.w.u nn.l ollico of Magistrate in tho Beaver Hartford lllled his appo' 'inent ot mon's convention jy 0 tho wronR ,i. A haldheaded also corner to lot No. I. at figure 7; nun Diktrict on tho Ronublican Mt. Harmon Sunday. He was ac- inen with said lino N. CO poles to a tho companlcd by lib bister. Misn Key at uranu itapius passcu a resolution ticket subject to tho action of ! tiui.lliiKmurock,mioilier CeilbUrillg Noall for HCglCCtiHg Ul . . T Washington l;-'f..l1 1nnl,.l V.,nlm. nf llniivxr lVini It Is announced at nrmlual comer at tho letter E; then (?.. wt.. tho congress- - E 1S7 ,I0,0S , Mrs. Rratcher, of Caneyvlllo, who screen Ilia Ark. that no find over tho list of petitioners und ft lurRcr noi)).lr a). this other orlclnal corner u Mm loit.r n. men's free seed distribution ihein to he a representative body of Is making an extended virlt to bor spot In prohibition is yoai. nn,i Jolm r.nnKioy In mean en- - and corner to lot No. 2: thou with The weak citizens in till walks of llfo and I daughter, Mrs. It. T. Harper. Is con- m most 6f us fuvor it only for- - tho ,,,,,, t0 say tho Administration Is to the " l'nl ,r """o It an honor to accept tho call. valescont after soveral weeks Illness that ginning saving the beans for the frco soup ,or less. containing 100 ncres. moro btandpoiut of lagrlppo and pnoumonla. not from a llnanclal The mineral right has been kitchens nftcr tho war lu over, Misses Cora and Eva Thomasson wild to McIIenry Coal Co., which would 1 accept Buddy McFcay wants to know land was convoyed to C. H. Clianinun This ollico is one of honor and not 'entered school at Hartford Monday whero ho can got buiuo goslings ot Mr. MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. "' 0. . L. Maddox and wife on July Forrest Hudson returned yet one of tho most Im and Ji, i:i07, which deed Is of record In tat " Ro H'tb g0S ";,;,rtunt of tiio CouiUy. It touch wlt l" ,lho W 'deed bopy S4, page 84. Ohio County Ohio Circuit Court, pordor. Wo bad causo to' froIn tl10 ...r.. Tin. Clerk's oillce. 21 ' Proud of "Our Soldier Roy." and The President thinks the Austrian T. H.vs.Black, Plaintiff, Sal Z Notico. Second tract. Also, another tract t h".r0U"t.y ta,X.,?.. 'Vhia. many friends gladly welcome 'note a bitter pill hut It Is so nicely It. P. Reck, Defendant. of land lu Ohio county, Kentucky, Counties wealth. When this tax Is his Ibiigar couted bu has decided to tako - and bounded un follows: By virtue of u Judgment and orBeclnninK collected and put In tho County nlm back' dor of ralo of the Ohio Circuit Court at a gato post lu south lino or A, C. county it. , then It Is un to tho Fiscal for Jay walKl"B . rendered ut the Juno term, 1915, In Wnkeland'n land on tho creek and " no llttlo attention In ourjI cause, for tho sum of running west with tho Rroadwny Coal Court t(. Invest this money so as to rerelvine presciR ami sev lho Frcn h return to ttirtr ",0 a,l0Y0with xra per-- , BUto at Interest at the , at. of . Company and A. C. Wakel nd;. 'lino get a dollar in value for a dollor ex - , J800.00. o jur turn. ut uiiiium uiMu inn nl, iu u oweei gum tree, A. C Wake- nun m jiu..i...u..vm iimn uiu iui' minded ' If our county nicely aubsolled but rich In mineral oay 0f January, 1916, until pald.and land's corner; thenco N. 48 poles to for Joy walking. costs liere..i I will o..cr .or a black gum; thenco E. G 3 poles; Thr County problem Is one that seal hQs out,rown Ul0 towu pumps ' deposits. . .. , at public auction at the court thence N. 67 poles to a walnut and i ia becoming more dllllcult each year th rouncll as ; ass-;,sday at tho 1!U7i llbout.ono o'clock p. in., upon tho west side to tho beginning being nanco at onc(J Wo undt.rstant, u ,a a8 to est cute tho duties of this office. cufltoIDary t0 bo ,on,et wlu, counlry Hartford fair. H credit of six months, tho following all tho land owned by A. C. Wakeland on tho west sldo of tho ernnW Min- described property, If elected, I ask tho counsolshlp of .. ur my people that I may bu uu ellictcnt i,u Ky.. known as. rlirlit to coaingnw aro reserved and rui,m wnrk Wo aro opposed to tho bono dry , . ii Mr Turner Wlmn. Soulherland. , n fihio county. ....a member of tho Court. .,, allotmcllt of ,ll0 HllIU0 ...,, ,onvnnn.i ...i.... tno . . N ", V"n,,l," visited friends horo Sunduy and law because it will uaiiKrupt 3, - Tmil..... lln il.ltv ..li. ....... I.i ....... .... A..ull M .... . u VIHIIHK V.ll..ir Yours truly I.(...I. .. ounuuu nuuuu., In.l.K. TM.f....n ... iiiuii uu ivpril I, lUll, .Iiy A. U WllkO- x.vvivy A.iD.iuiua. .'- Monday. dhuu.vu luuua Ul E. W. JACKSON Ohio county, Kentucky.,on tho waters land and wife and which deed Is ro-A surprlso dinner was given Mrs Prong ol In Deed Hook 39, pago 380, W. F. Stevens last Thursday in lion, .....If tho .wrltor of Hoy, Diddle, Did- - of llttlo West at follows: howls creek cordedCounty . .... Ohio bounded i i.i and .,.,,..,,.., Clerk's ollico, or a suf..au ..D d birthday. uu.i. uiu i..... .v .u uu u.i;. uba. t. or of her Tho Retort Courteous, n, ., 1ot ficiency thereof to produce tho sums ln llno of was ulso given havo a hog rather than the cow N() 2 at nKro lb; thenco v. 120 or money ordered to bo mado. Crusty Traveler In railway car Mrs. Issae Shown The purchaser will bo required to polos to a red becih and 2 black oalts, rlugo, caustically "I am glad to boo a surprlso dinner Saturday It being Jumping over the moon. a corner' to No. 4, figure 1C; then oxecuto bond with approved security your baby has stopped crying, mad- - her anniversary. Now York Is having 1(h usual with a lino of eamo N. 40 poles to a Immediately after sale. Mr, and Mrs Alec Carson havo am." , This March 13, 1917. ntono and email whlto oak, corner to spring Thaw trials. on- - la grippe, Mother Yes, sir. You aro tho 'lot No 4, at fU'uro 17; then with im- OTTO C. MARTIN, ly thlug that has pleased him elnce? Mr. and Mrs. V. G. Tinuloy and oUior lino of No. 4, west C7 polos to J7t3 Master Commissioner. Fools and philosophers differ la a Lk'cU cah, bwtJct guo aud vlilto con, Charles, visited lho latters par nuatrm u twn, Attorneys. ho raw tho animals at the Zoo. 'MEXICO'S . Ii'i-ll- i -r I u tn-o'- - ,,,,.,,,,, i I j j - b. b. b. b. r Re-lie- I i i h. j de-we- re , i I if Drit-uicii- ' ' P-- , t- Pri-wit- , - i ,.. y, te ar-bor- o. --- 1 . i , "" ' ! I .i.. - 1L , 'IVi-asur- I rirsr.'ytiJts-s- : ... - 'a zr?r t, 2-- MTx"StrKTSk skssi to-w- lt: m, 1 ..,. ".."" llfty-sccou- ,,, V A ed SPRING COAT SUIT Our ndviuieo flio -- Tlio partlcn to whom wo liavo loanwlro nlretchors, plcaso return ACTON IinOS., thorn at onco. ' Hartforil, Kr. STRAY STREAKS; y Fluke McFlukc.) 1'lonnl Spring will booh bo hero l'lowa ami you will nerd tliem. havo advanced 1!0 per cent bIiico Inst year, Imt, wo sell tliotn at tlio old last year price. Anything In til lino wo have. i Farm Implement S. L. KINO & CO., J I I A Thousand Pairs of No, no, Hilljo. that 'six ounco hen's egg wasn't laid In tho Ohio County Drug Company'R show window. H was niiimly placed thero by John Allen Wilson. .'ot. llaniiigCMl. Albert Rial says, Hint Harold t says tho freezes dldn't-pca- r to ivorn uaiea oi nay irom u in nnni un- ing in Spring Uont Ho "Shrrlockocd" hurt tho wild oat crop out Hi OklaT day rao?nln(T. i warjon Suits and Clunks nro tra" to Paul t'.irlcr's (col-- J homa. orcl) Larn In Hnytl and found a .M.I Charlie King tayu ho was on tho nuw in our Iioufo. two j Wii;on In lUul'e stable containing t J laics of tho dried grass and another border long enough to Icnrn to smile Nover bulbro hnvu halo nearby that had lioen opened. at a Httlo Greazercss In tho Mexican T ' Vllnon nwnro out a warrant for I'aul language. they boon fco prolty I.WiM?r!"r'- - u and Sheriff Keown, a deputy and Mr. Between tho candidates, Ilfo insur-anc- o and .stylish, and 'sit J, I Wilson wont out Monday to nlh'ge'l agents and dodging the grand groan thlof. Paul lincuran acquainted prices we regard as 4 ot that fact and to him 11 must have Jury, wo had ono dickens of a busy . born appalling for as an old negro spell last week. when f ' mamiiiu put It, "whlto folks jo" slio phunominal Doc PJrtlo says, agreeable to all jouKhllor neon dat nigga iiin." Sheriff yon consider tbo big J Keown taw ho had no chance in a signs, looking at things from a zoout raco with such a lleot sprinter diacal standpoint, fishing worms are advance of tho law s'l ho started pursuit In his buggy. juro to ho mora plentiful this spring Tho vohlcle, however, could not take than for sovcral seasons past. materials in uvory tlio course laid nut by l'aul and It turned over. I'aul wm last bocli . If Joe Porkins' bono dry empties lijio. Wo aro showworo worth any tiling nt all, we'd making for tho wilcrncss. gather up a steam boat load or so, t ing some beauties in jinash our Oliver and cut out this Mm Sbick Dies. Spring Coats fioin foolishness. H Concerning tho death of Mrs. Ann Slack, mother of Judge It. Which reminds us, wo'vo been askW. Slack, tho Louisville Times says ed tho question "how dry Is bono tlio following: and better values Si "Mrs. Elvira Ann Slack, 110 years dry?" When you boo certain of thes.o d genta put on a dust old, dind last night at tho homo of ld waMzoieccEnxcHurifeMSKSUKxUi3aBUMiu&nM!E nnnvtiAVi irotc'tor when they spit, then, you M. O'lJry-aher daughter, Mrs. Philip Get in line. Come and hco the new Spring Coat Sr , 132C Cherokee road, after a nay know that they havo reached M Wt lingering illnosn with senility. Mrs. ihat stage of oxeceding bono dry home Finns Suits in all the new shades. j. black was born in MiMoqri hut lived Jryucss. t and save 10 per cent, on your purchases I ni 1t rititfUv fnr m.THV vivirq. TlF4ff1fM Hie Climate is Delightful on ike Beautiful Mississippi W Nrt withstanding spring is almost Mrs. O'Uryan, tho leaves another J' daughter, Mrs. Juntos Montgomery, 'cro, it looks IPte Pcnnsylvan.a and four sons, vocl'l ' rep a Thaw of New York for of Eliznbclhtown, Judgo H. W. Slack, of Owcn&horo, iomu tlmo to come. buy garments from us that city merchants cannot Ky.; J. W. Slack, of Huntington, W. dublicate. May we have tho pleasure of showing 2 Slierlff S. O. Keown JVa.; M. II. Slack, of Latonia, and J. Servo a writ of arrest on undertook to Paul Carter, C. Slack of Louisville. Slio was the you? If go, call, and remember that it pays to DURING MARCH AND APRIL barged with pilfering thrco or four ! widow of James Hrown Slack." J trade with a house that saves yuu money. Funeral services will ho held in bale.) of timothy from .Too Wilson, I Enjoy tie Lalimj air and sunshine in this enchanting at 9 a. m. tho other day and Sam says every St. James church 2 Tho remains will bo buried lu Cavo time ho hollered "hay Paul, hay land of flowers. Play golf or tennis, motor, fish, sail or Paul, tlio nigger with tho biblical Hill. row. Low round trip fares, and convenient train service. Tho Hartford Bar met yesterday name ran tho faster. Sam further morning and passed resolutions ex said had ho been closer ho might havo cast a light into the oyes of tending sympathy to Judgo Slack. Tickets lo Now Orleans ond Gull Coast points via Loulivlllo this Paul who carried off Timothy, & Noskvlllo R. R., permit side trip to Pcnsacola at slight cost hut ho didn't got closo enough, and NOTICE. Fox illustrated literature, scLodulcs, etc., apply to local if Paul is still holding his courso representatives o (La' LouisvlUo & NasLvillo R. R. or address We naln cull tho attention of our and gait ho is perhaps somewhere R. D. Pusey, General PaueBger Ageut, Louisville, Ky. renders to tlio fact that Tlio Itcpub- - near tho western part of Colorado. ; fr iliriiii will publish no communications 5S52SS2 x- -. l,"'c'-s-s 'KMC1 ''J tfro author. Few NEWSPAPER INDICTED I Dr. J. It. Plrtle will go to Louis- DnvMiX.inn .I11a nmM-rU- . 'uooKN pass dun niionyinoiis uriicies wr V fultlirtlttlf' Rtltlilil V v,vu VIKU lUUIWUUn, t..n w...rf I m a not received and it is not our de- - Employe Also Charged With "LIImjI; When In need of a Rood stovo don't Grand Jury Indorses Judgo lliish MAllLJl IO forcoi tho stovo dealers. FIUDAV i waste bJLsket. This nnonvmous com. ALTON nnOS., ' Hopkinavlllo, Ky., March 10. In each week rule Is Hartford, Ky. immiiraiion of tll0 bttcl ST. L. B. n. TIMK TA11LK. . L., H. ft Utorial column tho final report mado lato thlsaftcr-uoo- n int tllo icm, gugeno Hanks Pendleton Jr., is a,a InuSlt bo aaj,ered to. lteiues(s No. 113 duo at Ellmltch 8:32 p m. by the Christian County Grand No. 110 duo nt Ellmltch 7:30 a.m. n. new comer at tho homo or Dr. and Ulat ,llimes bo omitted from print Jury, woro Indictments agalns. tho Arrived ,lro complied with, but tlio muiiuscript LouisvlUo Courier-JournCompany No. 112 Lv. Ellmltch ... 3:40 p.m. Mrs. E. 11. Pendleton. 5:35 p.m. Tuesday nlghL jiid Claudo W. Perry, State editor, Ar. Irviugton must bear tho writers' slgnnture. C:56 p.m. .barging each with criminal libel. Lv. Irvington lliirgalii m flowt -- Wo aro offering THE EDITOIt. 7:40 p.m. bargalus in Plows Plows at clos- Tho indictments aro tho outgrowth Ar. LouisvlUo i ' No. of tho publication in January, of an Lv. Louisville . 8:35 a.m. Ing-oHEK DESPERATE DEED prices. DUE TO HUNGER PANGS editorial severely criticizing Judgo Ar. Irvington .10:06 a. m. S. L. KINO & CO., . C. II. Bush of, tho Third Judicial DisHartford, Ky. Lv. Irvington .10:40 a.m. 1:04 p. m. Ar. Ellmltch . It is surprising what oxtrcmo trict for his. action at Murray, Ky., Garden Sued and spring is coming, growing Mn H. & E. K. K. TIME TABLE. so don't put off buying. Got your nungcr win arive one 10, wrues during tho mob excitement, Bouth Bound, No. 116 want now while our stock is plenti- - Claude Callan of Fort Worth, Texas. out of tho trial of Lube Martin, a It 8:45 a. m. Cousin Mlnnlo has no children, and.it negro, on a chargo of murder. Due at Hartford ACTON IIIIOS., ! North Dound, No. 114 Hartford, Ky. 'often happens that hor husband is is charged in the indictments that t C:GG p. m. of tho editorial was to disaway troui home for a week at a Duo at Hartford Sergt. Dud Gray, of H Company, Tralnu.) tlmo On ono of these occasions, grace Judgo Bush. (Both "Mixed quail and a - i brought two Mexican from tl,Q after ho had been away for flvo or'six Tho grand Jury also returned a .. xic ,,, Houirrcl back e days, she went Into tho kitchen on itatement, signed by all tho members ' border and they aro on exll)ltion in Sunday afternoon. Tlio last cracker lu which they express "our fullest . J 'a window at tliu Queen Kcstauranl. had been eaten, tlio latt plcklo gone, confidence in Judgo Bush and our PRrSOlial NBVS Uov. BM. Harlon will preach at and thcro was no milk on tho place. Arm belief that on that occasion ho tho First ChrMaln church Sunday MInnio looked nt tho ketchup bot- conducted himself as a fearless, upmorning and cveuinn. Tho mbjicta tle, but it was entirely empty. right and honorablo Judgo, and that anil Social Events. or 'Aon; will lo: MornliiE--"Fam"Well, I can tat an onion," sho any roports to tho contrary aro falso Evening "I'.m liuico lu ltduliun to herclf, hut sliu found that tho malicious and libelous." to Moial Conduct." onion bag was empty. Cupt. Shown'.! bird dog had forty- HOLimOOK SCHOOL CLOSED. Slio was almost starving. Her See Eck Kial for Garden Breaking cloven fita yesterday when hu rue- - llullgor WU8 su Krcat ti,at Bi,Q wah 37tf and llGht hauling. ognied his master, who had Just re- - actlUilly atrald to go any longer After ono of the most successful was turned Horn tho border. Tho animal without anything to cat. Do you terms for several years, tho Holbrook j Dr. L. A. Klmmcl, of Coralvo, overlooked no tuilio that would cm- - U0W whnt Mlnnlo did? Slio went xitooi, taught by Mrs. i. a. tuuson, hero on business last Saturday. I'""1-- 0 "I" that kitchen and cooked somo-- closed Friday, March 3. ,1 Miss Marrarct Marks visited Mrs. Ucsplto tho weather, tho patrons Mr. and Mrs. It. P. Lllcs havo ro- - thing for herself. T ' It Barnard nt Island last week. amo lu about noon and delighted ! it is no wonder that hunger snmo- turned ,0 Kansas City, Mo., after Mr. I. P. Bennett soiu iwo lmniR to VlHltlng ichitlvcs In tho Beda nolgh- - times drives people to commit crimes tho teacher with ono ot thoso boun-- i ovor ? i i.uw. ' Acton Bros., recently for Thl?y B,K1lt Friday after-- , when, lu an extreme case, It will tlful spread luncheons that would 1)m,h(A)(l Mrs. Walter Cox, or Lexington. u)n m( J(,KlJt Wlth Mr nmj Mrg- - u (,rivo a womim to cook a uoal Just batlsfy tho tusto of tho most fastld-- l ' ions. for herself. will arrlvo Saturday aticrnoon to K nik0j (r nilrUm(i. Tho literary class rendered quite ' ani," Chester visit Mr. and Mr8.VirgitiB. MtMWrH John- Ilcn an interesting program which MIkh Mnttlo l.vlivs Dies. Mr. S. L.i'nniioll oi Urecnvillo, .p,.,,..,,..,. i...vo n,tiinspd tho farm of wrs. MIks Mattlo Lawless, Daughter of nnjoyca ny an, aner wnicn rovenuo agent has been hero wlIgoll aml Ks(l! j;j shown lu tho mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm-mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm BssUtant . during all of tho week on business. Nl.cr,,..k romIiiunIty. known an a Dr.' W. L. Lawless, of Narrows, died Mason spoko Interestingly on sovoral , tho' will bo published In plonty tlmo fori with this communication: re- mrt ,,f ti,0 Thus. Carton homestead, at her homo thero' Saturday after an of tho vital educational IssueB of Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Hcavrln "Postal Savlnga Division, care erf Will day, which wus greatly added to by you to deliver your poultry. to Owennboro WcdnoiUiiy (.0iislderatIon ropormd as being ?4,- - ' Jiiuess uuo m n compiicauon oi turned Shr; spirltod talks by several of (ho pat- take overy thing brought to cars at rostmastor, Louisville, Ky. ' oases a visit with Mr, and Mrs. M. L. 000 ' Highest prices ovor.i'leaso deposit to my credit aa vA- pooled prices. V ls Mir, LhwIcm ono of Narrow's rons. week Mr. J. A. Wo nnouuco-thHeavrln. Thoro .were thirty-eove- n vbltora paid, at any of tho above points, lows: Ono small Irish potato wrtx young women. Her rehas returned t0iMnKi ot Narrows, us u llepubllcan Prominent nino oyes, Ce; ono small Irish poteta Mr l.vcrybody bring your poultry. , Monday In the present. "rl"l department' e,ndU,alo for mugbtrato lu tho Sul- with flvo oyes, Cc;( ono small Irk&; work on tho mechanical L. N. RODEHTSON, mm ttj JMimotcry soldiering on l)hur sprlngti District. Mr. Uollng potato with six eyes, 6c, and throo' ASSOCIATION l'OULTHV of Tho nepuhlican after Manager Amorlcan ' promlsoS, it nomlimtcd and elected, j i navy beans, 3c. , , l'OOL SOLI) 8A,TUHDAY tho border. ,rnxeDue FJnilfy.'of Cincinnati, ar- - to servo tho Interests of his district "Yours respectfully, tQyn of IlBttford for o Miss Oro , ... - tho ami u...u Tho poultry pool of tho American POTATOES AN 11KANS "CONSUMER." U(H duo 19U ar(j rlvcd Wednesilay to tuKO eunrKa OFFKHKH FOH DEPOSIT As sums less than ono dollar canAssociation, March dc-- j Iniomber that tho penalty goes on tho millinery department at ruir ( aniuiy Wo handlo Aprjj i, und savo this additional C03t jl'vcy. not bo deposited In tho postal savlnfi sold at Owcnsboro Sat- -, KunnlnK Implement Co's.,' Ur tho comlni! hcaBon. o authorities bank, tho authorities aro at a lot. Tho local iimou aim ,,y pymg Il0W. '"Ucndcr unto Cao- - urday b tho scaled-hi- d method. It Mr W T. Keown, Kordavlllo, after tho Celebrated vuican They do not Thoy cannot return tho package. Plows, Corn Plantorj, Bar that whlch hoimiea to caoar." nro In a quandary. Includes tho following points, viz.: BDCiidlng'n day or two hero with liia IHuo Bird Hawesvllo, LowiBport, Macco, Ow- - know what to do with threo small causo "Consumer did not glvo hta Keown. niso Harrows, Cultivators, Mowing BOtf Hoy K Vt cASBUIEIt, Marshal. son neinity Sheriff, Olntou, Irish potatoes and thrco navy bcaii3, addrosa.' -- LouisvlUo Times. imsboro, Stauloy, Heed, Machines, Hay Hakes and arloua will return homo this evening. Wo also ban- Phllpot, which thoy havo deposited In tho Fordsvlllo, Whltosvlllo, Hl Trouble. othor farming tools. Ijaml For Rent. tour cara or mrk arrived in tho tho Wcbor Wagon. Plow tlmo "For years, I understand; Flxlt' Dundee, Hartford, Centcrtown, Kro-no- s, safety deposit vault until thoy Ono hundred acres of good cora legal information from the Atcourso Island, Llvermoro, (Calhoun to and tobacco land for rent. bo delivered at Llvormoro) and torney Coueral at Washington. " r nn (lin strot'18. U V. FOREMAN. The "valuables" woro received at "Perhaps ho hag, but bo has never Utlca. W. B. ELLIS & lino.. unloading auJ , given tho contract lor o this morning 3Ctf Hartford, Kr, Hartford, Ky. Watcc all papers for prices Hint tho local overtaken it." pprcadlug tuo rock Hol-hro- m$ i - Hartford, Ivy. Mr. J. W. Vllnon missed threo or" . .. . Shoes Sold Now at old prices would save the wearers at least five hundred or a thousand dollars. That's what we can do. We bought heavily before the advance and are receiving them now on contracts nearly a year old. We never raise a price until forced to pay more ourselves. That's why the cash trade practically all comes to us. Big bargains in all lines. Don't pay any old price to get it on credit. j? '. f i t lilt $15.00, j i El-vl- ra J. T. VINSON SON, $3.98 to $6.98 Beaver Dam, Ky, $10 to $15.00 v red-nose- n, Ilronizo gaSa32S2ESOZSgl35aBS &. $12.50, $18.00, $20.00 GULF COAST ' to-d- Jlgftz&NSa B " itA ' al , J Ill ut S9QWiOQil!i9QSiQQ&Q9SQ9e9Q , CALL ON US For Overcoats, Suits, Odd Pants, Ladies' Coat Suits and Cioaks. Don't miss us. All new and tho-Inten- t i o ""' it" " Hub Clothing Co, HARTFORD, KY. l6QGQGQ&&WQGfiGQG&WMiQ&&d uis-aft- or I " " - post-olllc- "JN.-- - '" J.S""""" (a ro-ecl- posl-olilc- mjiipiwiw mmtmmmm - ywrtL. ur e ff'.T.f XJK I1 r always from Just ono sourco from tho bodies of human beings sick with that particular disease Tho people AID HEALTH OFFICER who sow theso dangerous seeds may bo sick themselves, or thoy may bo coming down with disease, or they may bo getting over it. Somotlmcs countv ijoaiio unr.ics co-o- i. wo find human "carriers," as they kiiatio.y in iiiijvi:ntixo aro called, who have had a dlscaso dihiiask. j cars before, or, so far as can bo discovered, bavo never bad tho disease at all, and yet nro cultivating dlscaso germs In their bodies and disTa Tho Public: by County JuiIbo tributing them to infect others. Porsuant to a call Tho disease germs nrc accustomed Jobn U. Wilson, lira. Wlllard Lako, IJ. Pendleton and to tho warm, rich fluids of tho body A. D. Itllcy, E. Judge Wilson met In the oulcc of the and do not llvo long away from It. County Judge at 4 o'clock P. M., Feb. Tho great danger lies in a rather g transfer of infected material 15, 1917, for tho purposo of organ-WnCounty Hoard of Health. from ono person to another. Thcro the aro thrco principal agents by which 17r. Henry Smith, of Cromwell, (electFiscal Court), being ab- this transfer is brought about and ed by tho sent, Drs. Lako, Itlloy and Pendle- by which diseases aro commonlyy commissions spread. These have been allltcra-tlvclton exhibited their described as Pood, Flngars and from Stato Secretary, Dr. A. T. Mcand the Board proceeded to Flics. cormick Chairman, It requires more than the germ to organlzo as follows: Judge John n. Wilson; Sec. and Co. induce a case of disease. Germs of exHealth Olllcer, Dr. E. B. Pendleton. tho most virulent diseases often ncallzing that little- can bo done ist In tho nose, throat or Intestinal persons who show no In keeping In touch with modern cardinals of thought and modern methods in this signs of being anything but healthy To contract tho disease progressive age unless wo arc backed individuals. tho profession and general public. tho tissues of the body must be in a lr with us condition to permit tho rapid growth Wo beg of you to germs, and in every possible way to insure tho and multiplication of tho tho consequent formation of tho poi for tho least money. best service "An ounco of prevention Is sons which produco the disease. Thus worth a pound of cure." To it in- wo must bavo not only the seed, but volves as duty upon every citizen ot a suitable soil for its development. Tho most effective measure for a community to aid us in preventing nn epidemic of an infectious dis- - keeping disease germs away from cuso rather than tho moro serious healthy persons Is to destroy them at question of what such an epidemic their sources, that is to control tho means to a community in every way. discharges and wastes of persons afThrough tho kindness of our local fected with these .maladies. This editors wo hope to publish monthly is ono of tho most Important of tho through their columns extracts from duties ot physicians, nurses nnd recognized authorities rclallvo to health officials, and also of parents such mattcra and wo uopo by your and teachers, who may have the sole to keep Ohio county in responsibility for such diseases in such a sanitary condition as will com- tho earliest stages. Since some cases of disease or car mend her to the State Health Authorities. Our first publication will ricrs aro alwajs likely to escape debe "Tho dutv of the teacher in com- tection, the care of those known to be sick must bo supplemented by the municable disease." After discussing the question of cultivation of hr.blts of personal general sanitary conditions about tho cleanliness on tho part of tho well. county, tho board adjourned to meet The cardinal principle of disease prevention is that nothing shall go inat tho call of the Chairman. JUDGE J. B. WILSON, Ch'm'n. to the mouth which is not k:io'ii to E. B. PENDLETON, M. D. Sec. be bacteriologlcally clean. Few people realize how often fingers, pencils Tho Duty of The Teacher In Com- and ail sorts of objects go to tho municable Dlscaso. mouth, nnd tho breaking of such The Stato habits Is ono of the most effective Duty to tho Pupil. and makes It methods of sanitation. Food and provides education compulsory; it is thereforo tho duty pure water aro tho only things which of both health and educational au- should pass tho gateway of the lips. thorities to too that the scholars and these and the utensils and the impairment of fingers with vhich they must be hansuffer no avoidable health in consequence of school at- dled should be clean in tho san'tary tendance. tense, not uirr'.y free from vi3iiile The teacher has at heart the interTt,but from tho most dangerous est of the children and should have kind of dirt, the pollution from oththo elementary knowledge necessary er human mouths, hands and disto promote tho physical welfare of charges. the little ones entrusted to his or her Furthermore, it Is important not care, during a number of hours of only to keen disease germs awav each day, at a most vital period of from tho body as far as possibKoat their lives., such a condition of also to maint-'tiTho teacher does not fulfill all tho health that the germs will not grov, obligations of the position by simply oven If they filter tho body. giving school children mental and Lack ot resb air, an insufficient moral training, but In addition should supply of nourishing food, Impropconsider their eyesight, their growing er clothing and mental or physical bodies as they sit at their desks, tho fatigue, put the body in condition air they breathe, the temperature to acquire disease. On the other of tho school room, tho water and hand, resistance to dlscaso is develwater cups, the proper caro of sani- oped by an nbundanco "f fresh Mr tary conveniences, tho bodily cleanli- nourishing food, puro drlnklnj; waness of the pupils, and nil things ter, a reasonable amount ot exercise which concern their physical and play, in the open air if possible; Tiio teacher ought to bo pre- clothing suited to tho weather conpared to share tho work of the health ditions, personal cleanliness, and regauthorities In detecting, perhaps ular habits In answering the calls of anyone else bus a chance to do nature. Tho teacher should encour- --so, tho presence of any of the com- ago all healthy habits, and an intclli-- j municable diseases to which children gent understanding of tho reasons for aro especially susceptible. them, and should not allow tho chil- Communicable Disease. Tho as ilvnn In ltnrmnn llrnil ntlrl fntlr?llfi1 sombllng together of children in Aurlns BChool hour3. classes affords a good opportunity If u sinfc'jo ca30 of coiniuuhlcable for tlioco in chargo to notice tho disease appears in a school, there Is presence of anyone who 'may bo In a danger that other cases will tho first btages of some communica- jalwayb follow unless immediate steps nro ble disease and thus help greatly In taken to rcmovo tho child, who arreting Its spread. should bo excluded from school and Communlcablo diseases aro caused rigidly Isolated. called by minute living bodies, It will bo observed from tho fol"germs-,- " which gain entrance to tho lowing description of tho moro serbody, multiply In It and produco which causo tho bymptoms ious communlcablo diseases that tho characteristic of the different dis- most common early symptom is "a eases. Such diseases aro ulso call- cold." If all caso3 of apparently ed "Infettlous" and EomcllnieB "con- aeuto colds wcro excluded from school until it Is proved that they tagious." During tho couruo of many of these nro not tho early symptoma of some diseases tho living germs or seed aro of theso moro serious diseases, cplwould bo far less common tho body In its ect freo from Present, it tno cnuurcn in charges, and thus, through Ignorance ' " carelessuess, muy be conveyed or a classroom aro prone to have colds, or the "communicated" from tho sick to tho tore is a reason for it. Excludocorn-eas1b thus actually not tho dls- -' ""t cabo. giving tho school and well. It ot o doubt, and but the germs or seed ot tho munlty " JsI o"r health oillccr to advlao disease, which are communicated. Genus. Gcrnis do uot develop Early In Inspection of Children. nor aro thoy evolved from dust or dirt. Germs come from the daily school session teachers germs, and directly or indirectly should observe tho general condition from a previous caso of the diseaso of ovory pupil. Any who ure not they convey, so that If It wero pos- woll should bo beparated from the sible to kill off nil the germs of a class until it is found out whether disease, thcro. would bo no moro they aro Buffering from a communicable disease. Tho reason for the abcases of that dlscaso. Diseaso germs leave tho body in sence of a pupil should always bo various ways; in tho discharge from ascertained. Careful quostloulng of the noso and throat, in tho expector- - the other children often discloses a atlon, lu tho act of sneezing or cough- -' caso ot communlcablo diseaso, and ing, in tho urlno, and In tho dis- - Mich an inquiry impresses on tho tbarGes from tho bowels. They coiao children the Importance of control!- - ASK THAT PUBLIC dl-ret- ct j ing In i 'oaces. perlal Court, Government officials Tiio 'V.ulC! mill tlio Health Offl-o- r and diplomats nlso expressed their T tabor sh6uld promptly sorrow. u health ofllccr whenever a ' print nt Japancso nowspnpers noli : ca- ?oritd communlcablo dl3-ca- length details of Ambassador Guth-rio'- ft career and dcclaro that IiU covered at nclioiJ, or Is re port, .'j the en use of absence, and death Is n great loss both to tho Unit- the Ik nth officer ought to notify ed Slates and Japan. -.- ..a, toichc o such diseases In fainiUc e arc school children. In LAUGH I'ltODUGTION' where .'c OF KUllIi IUtlQUHTS other words, tho teacher nnd health ofllccr thould work In harmony together lo a common end. Tho production of fuel briquets In the United States In 1910 was CIobttiK of Schools or Classrooms. If a cnt-- of communicahle disease j 20r.,lCr. net tons, valued at In increnso compared with 1915 discovered f.t school, the health officer will determine whether it Is ne- of 73,0 IS tons, or 3.1 per cent In cessary to close tho entiro school, or quality, and or 40 per Both of these cent In value Tho production In only tho classroom. measures should ho avoided if possi- 19 Id was tho greatest recorded, ex-- I ble, for at school tho children are cccdlng that of 1914, the previous under control and, moreover, the , high record, by 44,52? tons. teacher may ho ablo to discover cas- . Tills increase In the production of not fuel briquets lu 19 1G Is attributed es that exist in households known to tho health officer. When by C. B. I.oshcr. of tho United States tho school Is closed, tho diseaso may Geological Survey, Department ot spread moro quickly hecauso the tho Interior, to tho Improvement In movements of tho scholars aro un- trade conditions arising from tho un usual demand for coal, and to a restricted. A child who has had a communlca- greater general appreciation of the blo disease, or in whoso family thcro value of briquets for uso au househas I ecu such a disease, should uot hold fuel. During the last two years be allowed to return without per- tho product of many of tho plants has been so much Improved that It mission from tho health oillccr. gives off loss of tho heavy, tarry Circulars on Cnniiuiinic.iblo Besides those in this Bulle-i- smoko that domestic consumers have tho Stato Board of Health has found so objectionable. issued circulars on the following diseases: Smallpox, trachoma, rabies, and hookworm. Any teacher can We Knock the Spots Out of Things obtain them frco from tho local health officer, or from tho State Board of Health, at Bowling Green. Sanitation. In splto of every effort to make tho school rooms sanDry Cleaned and Pressed In itary and healthful, and notwith- French Superior M inner. standing many precautions to excludo children suffering from com- Send us jour Garments and Hav munlcablo diseases, such chlldron aro Them It frequently seen In our schools. CLEANED CLEAN is thereforo necessary that tho teacher should constantly hear In mind Packages called for and delivered tho fact that any child though not ill or even indisposed may bo a THE EUTE PRl'SSIKG CLUB sourco of danger to its schoolmates; A. l:t Null, Prop. therefore, children should bo seated Individas far apart as practicable. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. ual books should be used. Each child should bo provided with an individual drinking cup. Paper cups r 5SSSSSSSnSCB3JftSJS2SZXSSSV that can ho used a number of times are quite Inexpensive. There Is no doubt that the germs of diseaso have A often been transmitted by the use of a common cup or dipper. For the Fifty-fiv- e typewriters. Lessame reason pencils should not be sons explained by Moving Picexchanged, and pupils should not be 1 ture machine. Seven big Deallowed to put pencils in their cau partments Shorthand, Bookmouths. Chlldrdn should bo keeping, Telegraphy, Stenotypy, tioned against exchanging chewing gum, or eating fruit, candy or anyMusic, Primary Normal. Exnear anthing clso which has-be- en pert teachers Modern equipother person's mouth. Spitting on ment. Position assured. the floor should, of course, bo proWrite for catalogue. Kissing, and hibited by the teacher. coughing or sneezing In tho face or 1 Daviess Co, Bus. College over tlfo hands of another child, arc common methods of transmitting Incorporated communicable disease. OWENSBOHO. KY. (To Bo Continued.) I i ie ' e I ' IMi-cason, fsamrstxmi nwasx rfe" rJ r ' ITofesslonot ejt rr-.- r hVBlMinr ATA TVT-- vV M r Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law HARTKOllD, KY. Will practice his profusion tu UW and adjoining counties. ConimorcliV and Criminal Practice a. Sp.ilty. 1 -EL Of AMERICAN rs-XJ ii t Int. In a city wlicre coo J liottti bounJ, the FowluUn hcJi'i the 0.ETAYL0R.CE Baver Dam, DR. Ky. Highway and Drainage Design. countrymen. It It fitit la the liuru of lu Tre Yovftutan " l Aenuc, m.ilcr 1 ami location A I81I1 tful. lu iton l'cnnjlvii ! iffinol, II HART VETERINARY SURGEON HKAVElt DAM, KY. James Tn.iIors I.I, cry Horn. 0. E. . the people of culture ami t. u.aticn. It iirmimity to Su.c. War anj Nan Uriurtmrtits site to nnnj poi m ul Ii Mot11.1l Interest, mikes tins linttl circially it. tractive to a tlisciimituting pubattr-t- 1irtii, it (or I'tgci. Tltr 1'owVEtan '!ljl coupl touiiit cuiiwnticm, biliuoli and , tciryj!f an.I btiecti, hrxt'lttar-tt- t i Ofllee I lic The Powlitn offer room ! 10, t bath with dctict-e- j $2 03 and up Itooni vnth priup. vate bath, U J P. JJ 03 Write for liooUrt with nup. nJ CLirFOKD .Ji.ujer M. LEVIS. W Ladies5 and Men's Garments i g ? id THAUC-MAn- n ntnittur i untod In I nmnli hi, ur II i ! i, ll6lfiin IWTENfftl THAT PAY. .rril.mtli.m tlioruUi.U.r. t Mir I t llvr luni lie ,i ;uil -iiifticri (xMiitO!. iiiou.- urtch for mcc report on in TrarV irartl a BUn- b.1 THznnrH'irr.1' ''ii i.Vli Sovnittlt Stroot, WaHINOTON, D. C. ill z&'rziiy'A.III! 'Hlm. ..'. "MI..T1 w ru5iii.iiv'i ii k i ri rrxfit.ili 0O3-0o- n PAtSING Crises, Hirer ti t. wiiii. toJVrfrl,okl. Iftmwy "K "? vfl 3 nib 'fiflr' r. ft'Wi rr'-r.- I f R H'-J- I1 Ai 1 rtJr 3 GERMINAL SKSsL REMEDY A tps WILL YOU TAKE OUR I Trsalrtsni C, i F.TTVU1V"AAS I ESSIESS fSflfflirfflF GUARANTEED KEKVICK One hundred per cent vnluc. Special work for W. O. W. r t&mzm&sxm. KwWr ffJVTi'l'.eKrav t& Xi " tMEmr9KMlM C 0 for WEAK '' LUNGS or CONSUMPTION I III 811 ' W. F. STEVENS. R. P. D. 7. Hartford. Ky. Representing Continental Marble & Granite Co. 'OHIO MEDICAL GO. A quick relief for that tirnl. rundown feellnc. eoucut, paint in cheil. nlcht aneiK. Iiemor iharr., weak lunta or contumptlon. II It dtr not belp yon II coda you nelalat. Lock Don oto FOR ONE MONTH t COLUMHll" " BfiiiaTHE(riraa3ftM AND'CyRSiTHS imaaaCBorMt jJEvcry SV'omnn WjinitA lungs! b WITH il i Mow pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflammation. Recommended by Lydia E. Pinkliam Med. Co. for ten yenra. A heaiinff wonder for lutial catarrh, toro throat nnd tore eye. EconomlcaL J Sawa F... Ktl nul 1! PaltnoTciifl Cviot. .11 - FOH PERSONAL HYfilKMr. Diisolvrt In vrater for douches top ? iiira,? Roughs fy I AND ALL THR0A1 AND LUN0 TROUBLES. n mm tm wa .1 fata Taw mmmt t i GUAJl ANTHUD a ATISI'AOXOIiYl nr. j pnicu I .."rv,:i..V.m.U inai uoiiio rrcc When to Take Chamberlain's Tablets. When you feel dull and stupid af- OH MONEY HEFUNDED. ?wmx ter eating. When constipated or bilious. When you have a tick headache. When you have a sour stomach. When you belch after eating. When you have Indigestion. When nervous or despondent. When you bavo no relish for your meals. When your liver is torpid. m Obtainable everywhere. Haa Fetro Menta Relives Piles No matter how stubborn tho caso may ho Pctro-Ment- a will bring rellof. A trial will convlnco you. For sale by Ohio County Drug Co. Prlco 25c. (iliionlnuy dmuiog and trrmWiUI . H.loo. Klmy rwer, !1 I.. well-bein- g. be-Jo- rn I ' j I I pol-eoi- is e, bnt W'WW Now Von Stop. AnTonoMi 2? nulr .ly ivi i A young man named Older knew tnri1! 11111!" ' an old man named Younger. I ti.LL.ro Old man Younger had n son ounc-e- r than Older and another Younger older. Tho older Younger liked tho youngest Older and tho older Younger's B'ARM LANDS and City Residences ? elder wa3 pleased. ure now selling at a low cost, But tho younger Younger disliked but don't expect It to bo so alA&?$gjmMK -i r" ". ways. If you ovor expect to own the old( r Older simply hocauso lie ji.v, mrr.ji iviAa. wrvwTTar . wnsi younger and tho other was oldjour farm or your homo now Is er. , tho time to buy, v.s&tf .I I Friction grew between tho older Ybungor, the elder Younger an' the WE HAVE several farms listed in Ohio county and thoy can be younger Older through his dlslUo ot BHHHE had for reasonable prices and younger Younger and to this day tho 5 ,Ty liboral terms. It wo do not tho Olders and Youngers do not havo tho particular farm you demingle. St. Louis Post Dispatch bSeCALI. PATTERNS JLaAJl MM-- rr sire wo will make efforts to get Celebrated lor atyle. perfect At, simplicity an4 i f V reliability nearly 40 yeira. SoU In ncarl, it for you. JAPAN PAYS TRIBUTE V in the Urited ani erety city and roM t Canidi, or by tnn illicit. M010 butea tin, null TO KNVOY'B MEMORY any other make. Send lor trc wuloguc ( IF YOU want to movo to Hartford MAGAZINE where our children will have tho iMeCAtlS 300 ARTICLES -- 300 ILLUSTRATIONS More aubtcrlbera than any othet faihloi, Toklo, March 9, (Delayed) Tho rnaeatlno million a month. Invaluable. iJt. liil ITEri' Infonncd of tho World's rroKressVnA high school advantago ot a good body of George W. Guthrlo.tho Amerest styles, patterns, dtrtsinalilnir, millinery, hnnlturinrr. Mffh.lnlrs nnd Tnv, ntlrm. plain scwintr, lanry needlcwuik.iulrdtftilnp, notify us. Wo havo houses and Fathtr and Son nnd All the Family, it rppeal J ican Ambassador to Japan who died etiquette, L'ckid storleu, etc. Only W cents a luuiiujisci urn ami louns- - menann vomeo. lots for ealo and believe you can year (woitli double), iiicludini; a tree pattern, Jt IsthB I'uforltoMaguslutt tu thou.undao( suddenly Thursday, was taken to worm, tiur r urein, Subscribe today, or (end lor sample copy. iioidm luniuiriiour select ono from our list to your t Virrf.itfiodeuta aroia con.tiiiitlr imi Iho waita tho American embassy today under WONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS lur IUdk, ueie and luturMtlag and tv la liking. I lo Agents. Postal brings premium catalogue tho escort ot Japancso cavalrymen. Written So You Can Understand IM I and new cash prise ollcia. Address mo Btiop Not Dapartmanl (20 conulo. Funoral services probably will bo 1'ructUal Hint, (or Kkop Work nnd a.)r wuyj lur tai WE HAVE a comfortable home In tBS KcCAU CO. rs la 1U VT. 17U St. NIW ?0E1 laynihn tit ilo Ihlnini nmun.l Ihu Itumn. held Sunday. Tho Emperor will bo ftrnillDUr M..hul,a tf!7 lnm.l fn, l.a 11m. .nil improvements " --s .1 .v "." Hartford, modern ,."'r.?""i '.n.i....7:..r.": r.'.f. .iii.wnuii.iiiuiii'iaHiiiinKTHiiaiiowioinuaf)illl represented by an imperial prlnco. 'wo nn I Ti lmirai.li Onttlta. l.uiiim, Hoiita. Know and a good garden in cultivaiIiihm jo( irj. Kim.I Vurnlttiro. Ho. (lotitiiliu In Tho sudden death ot Ambassador iructiuu,(ortbuUucluJlc1eauii'caBltliurUmaJLj tion for ualo or rent. Place tl.SO PCR VCAR SINQLC COPIES. ISct Guthrie was a shock to Japancso vra.r n. fitf Mw,tr m r rents for 110 a month. 1tm U, pnWUSM. Sampla copy will ba aant sn roauaat. statesmen by whom ho was held In POPULAR MECHANICS MAGAZINE high esteem. Premier Count Tcr-aucPi 1.0. muniKan Mvonua. vnicayu Foreign Minister Montoco nnd ntrORttMMHHakiraRnHHBpjM Call on or address Vlco Foreign Minister Ghldchara expressed to tho Associated Press triSucceed ;hcu cverytliini; else falls. butes to the nobility and character TINSLEY & BARNETT , In ncrvoui prostration tmd femalo wenkneist they ore the supreme of tho lato ambassador and his efremedy, at thoassnJa havo testified. Ileal Estate Affeutv, in the promotion of friendship forts FOH KIDNCYjUtVEn AND H S0CUied or Your Mannv RnrtV between Japan and the United States If yoa iaUo tho Drnaclion TniliJnif. tLo Kentucky. STOMACH TROUBLE constantly which, they declared, i?lnH '?.' bualnaw uiua inriomo. Yoo ,SH it Li the beit medicine ever colli uin aMtve or Ini Republican Office, have hecomo more cordial alnco bis over a druggi"a counter. BiuuuuoA'8 vmcriuii. uusuiiijrwiuta ' BoUi I'houe. 3jmmmztAiwi;iimrMtuammjLMimMmmm ftducak, Ky, residence hero. Members of the Im- i . Rea Estate! imjra JtimStMmZ E oven 00 YCAno' XPcrttcNcc PROCURED AND DCrCNDEO. drawlniloririitu.lwr e.fitri'itlri,,rIVJ" Tri-In tuotu okuln tenu, ttada iuAjl j";1'. I J vmmp ;,'ulnii Jirett vlth WatMcgton flit ttmt. fnr4t y we Jm ' imi aia n.i.i.gtRieni rracuci ucjuwvKtj. u r rrinia iu ath Ctrwt, m TnAoc MAnKs UcQiGna C0PVniGHT3&C. ,1 nfacriptton ri en r fun win iioruir triiii iiri ' 111 1113 cjtjHai cr tfaiwi EUtt TftUst OOm, VJitrrTriui uiit u. w. mmw w. x. lr. : ? irn U8S '-(SV YBSmSi 1 POPULAfMBCIlMCS A1AGAZIND rgl 1 1 lifters D OSITION Hartford, v Q CHARED COYOTK 6 TXAM omallcr that of their child. Tho father died in 1872, the mother In 1891, Hounds, n Car Anil a Long ftaea W nnd tho child In 184S. An far as Is known, not ever disimlly Finished Wliltctall. tant kin remain to ho grieved by Winona, Kans. Old Whitetall has flraln Sorghums An Hutatitatm. . In tho floldH. They will make hit- - tho unusual accident. Tho caskets run his last race. After baffling tho 'jhoro ovldcnco of having boon tarn Washington, D. C. Although tho mus and tho soil certainly needs this speed lea t hounds and most Indofatl-gabl- o r r!oh: of.t,:. E"'r experiments -- of cutter la avnilablo It can bo aused to huntors for flVo years, tho most heen shown by dlctlc LouUvtllo Herald. colobrnted of Western Kansas coythe omcoof Homo Economics of the J chop up tho stalks. In tho nbsenco otes has met his match near Winona trnUcri States Department of Agrl- - of tho stulkvcuttcr a disc barrow may How To Prevent Croup. In a combination of racing car, reckculturo to ho less dlgcstlhlo than bo run over tho stnlk field and will Wkon tho child is subject to at- less drivers and a picked pack of Itus- - serve tho purpose very well. After tacks of croup, that of corn or wheat, nil of tho sorhco to it that he cats s. ghums except kaoliang furnish a bolng cut up tho stnlka rot much a light evening meal, ns an over- slnn wolfhounds nnd Scotch Fifty-seve- n other coyotes good source of protein and moro quickly. fairly loaded stomach may bring on an at- havo fnllen victim tho same way this prnctlcnlly ns good a sourco of car- When potatoes arc planted In a tack, also wntch for tho first sympbohydrntca as tho two grains In most fairly deep furrow and covered with tom hoarseness, and glvo Chamber-- fall, but there was no such rojolclng as over Whitetall. gonernl uso. a plow, or when a planter Is used ' lan'a Cough Ilcmcdy ns soon ns the A rcnegado greyhound of notnblo specialists, there- - they can bo cnltivatcd two or three child becomes hoarse. The deportment Obtainable ,zo wh(j 1IatenC(, tQ lho foro, find tho grain sorghums worthy times before time to plow them out. everywhere. m ..C(ll, of lhe wJI,M an(, run wUh R ueo in all sections to give vnrloiy Tho first one or two harrowlnga can1 of pac,t r co'otcs for several years Is to tho diet. In regions whero oth- - be across the rows to level the ridge ' l'ltl'NTIS ITFMH t 'avo been Whltetall's D.- -Mr. Taylor had UW" er cereals aro not so successfully over tho potatoes and, If u third Mar. Thurman iU,,ur; nnd from h,m Whitetall must it Is pointed out, tho grain rowing Is given, It can be with tho a horse to die Inst Monday night. '"''"Ucd tho size and speed Horghums may contribute materialrows ho as not to Injure the potatoes Mr. Joe Dradley and family visit- ,lla(1 "lm tho ,lcsPalr of wolf- pi! relatives near here last Saturday w,llch ly to tho supply of suh.Htnnccs suit-abthat nru coming through. t,,c snowy brush which crr' " ns human food. The conclusions March Is tho hard month on nnd Suniluy. t. U'la li In .llr I !.... 11. I.. - i ' In regard to these grains nre set Htock. There are many cold rains Mrs. Mnttio Nannie went to Fords- - j """"-His ranso wa3 wide. At ono time In department bulletin No. 170, and a lot of disagreeable wenther In vlllu Inst week to see Mrs. Nctto forth 'general. The feed frequently runs I.oyd, who was dangerously 111 and he would bo seen nt Wallace and the recently published. next week his dcprodatlona would Tcsla were niado with kaflr, fetor- - low and when that stored In stacks died Friday, extend to the chickens and calves of Fnt-forMessrs. John Shultz, Albert ita, inllo nnd knollnug, both In. tho is used It bus had all of a winter to of bread and ns mush. Check damngo It so that It docs not have tcrson nnd J. F. Harncs attended the tho farmers near Scott City, sixty e traps never tests were made also with corn nnd the valuo It had In November and burial of Uncle John Gentry at I miles south. fooled him, nnd what few fleet dogs All six of tho December. At this time the need Green Hlvcr last Monday. wheat as breads. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Chapman aro ,mu uvl"r overumen mm uoro marus grains wero ground Into meals of tho for supplemental feeds of cottonseed r ruuno fineness In the same mill. On meal and grain for the calves, sheep visiting their daughter and family,' of hl3 aol,,ly t0 tako caru trna U. A 1.ljo isrrw.V no.mt.lni greatest. Southern n ivn tho experiments with tho breads, the nnd cattle Is utoi m iit vuoumvi hi A good deal of thought and plan digestibility of the protein rlculturlst. Mr. Allen Gentry visited his Gentry, nt Cromwell, ning and much. tlmo havo been dc- bo 77.3 Mr. John of tho wheat wns found to ., . per cent; corn, 59. 9; kallr, 51.2; , last Saturday and Sunday, who was ' YOU-,- lo caicning wnitetnii. Wlint Mot Draft Mares Needed, fox "tinting is to tho Englishman, I'er-l'J.dangerously ill and died Sunday. fctcrlta, CO. C; mllo, 40, nnd kaoliang, ( Tnu cross of tho high-clas- s Uov. G. W. Gordon bought n horso . wnal Ul ueruy Is t0 tIl race-trac- k In tho experiments with mush- - eheron horse upon Southern mora cs niado from meals of tho four grain !s going to produce a mulo mar: ot from Mr. Ellis Chapman last week. namtuc, mat aim even more, the wolf hunt Is to Western Kansas. i: Horn to the wifo of Mr. John sorghums, tho digestibility of tho unusual merit vcrv much be tor The owner of a fast, trained wolfMarch 4, a girl. protein was about 48 per ceut for,, ban the average grade Pcrchcro.i Mr. Moscow Taylor went to Heaver hound la a man of weight in his fcterlta and knflr, approximately 3 t maro of tho North. Wo hayja bet-pcommunity, and Winona claims to be cent for mllo, nnd only 4 per cent tcr foundation for this cross, and our Dam last Saturday. the center of this sort of fame. Its for kaoliang. Tho digestibility of the problem Is in tho polectlon of dogs have defeated packs from as was high for all six bred stalllonB of medium weight, but far away as Cheyenne, the only fly grains, ranging from 9G.3 to 98. 6 per of outstanding quality. To accom-on- t. in the ointment being Whitetall. Ipllsh this, more breeding establlsh- Fred Ludlow, B. W. Brooko and For Infants and Children Tho results of tho Investigations ments for pure bred horses in tho Arthur Simpson, who comprise The In Use For Over us a whole Indlcato that whllo It Is South should bo organized. Years tho forum of coyote opinion, brought best to ubo foiuo wheat Hour to make agricultural colleges of tho Southern Always bears A tip from a about his downfall. up for the lack of gluten In the sor- - States havo made a start and are tbe rancher sent them scurrying for ghuin meal, a fairly large propor-- , doing what they can to establish a Signature of Brooke's "flivver," fitted for tho work tlon of tho meal may bo satlsfactor- - system by which tho results dcslrod n with aluminum pistons, lly used In a mixture with wheat will bo most quickly attained, magneto and steering Cnre should bo exercised in tho $20,000,000 IB MADE HY flour. In the preparation of common KKNTUCKIAN IN TEXAS gear. Four dogs, tho best of tho foods. In preparing tho grain sor- - selection of breeding animals. twenty-od- d to tromo weight Is not essential, but famed Wlnoua hounds, for foods it Is Important Paris, Ky., March 10. Twenty were taken in tho car. of tho absorption of quality, soundness, action, and that make certain "Thero ho goes!" water In such quantities that tho par- - type of conformation that warrant million dollars has Just been realizIt was a dead heat three miles. tides of meal, which aro character-- 1 enduranco must not bo sacrificed, ed by Edward F. Slmms, of this counistically hard or lllnty, may bo well There Is n type of draft horse that Is ty, for his oil properties In Mexico Tho motor car neither gained nor lost as It panted at full speed across tho bettor suited to Southern conditions and Texas. softened. Tho property which sold for this range, Jockeying position with the palates tho grain sor-.thothers. Tho chunk and tho aro not the flguro was purchased by Mr. Slmms coyote to prevent his getting to a moro nearly resembles buck- - discriminate a few years ago for a few thousand canyon. Tho dogs, tearing at their wheat In llavor than they do corn or types wo want. leashes to get out, bit Simpson twice. Tho draft filly, properly cared for, dollars. wheat. The tlnvor Is qulto generMr. Slmms Is n brother of William Tho car was slowed down and they ally regarded as ngreeable, and tho may bo worked ami. bred at two grains aro conceded to bo whole- years old. This is also true of the E. Slmms, of Woodford county, nnd wero released, n quarter of a mile prospective properly developed cross- Is a native of Bourbon, whero he behind Whitetall. some Dwarf kaflr, dwarf mllo nnd fctcr- bred filly. Upon tho Experiment owns a Blucgrnss farm of 1,000 Tho coyote taw tho dogs and ran for his life, but tho three-mll- o race lta will pop like pop corn, tho dwarf Station farm wo have been able to acres. mm with tho. car at top speed had told kaflr pops moro completely than tho produce mules weighing from 1,0T0 on him. The dogs closed In on him, other grains, however, and produces to 1,100 pounds at two years old. II. S. FLAG IN NEWSPAPERS IS HELD A LAW VIOLATION the Kusslans ahead. Tho coyote fell Tho past scafcon wo worked a pair a more palatable product. out of tho grado of back on his slashing1 fangs, but MaDes Moines, la. Tho State De- jor, a towering Russian, caught him Orcliaril Ami Garden Notes. I'ercheron marcs during tho entire Sunscnld on npplo and smooth-barke- d summer season. They wero not giv- partment of Justice recently ruled by tho hind leg and threw him over ornamental trees may be pre- en the heavy tasks ot mature mules, that newspapers printing tho Amer- his back with a thud which stunned vented by shnding tho trunk with but wero kept busy every day. Un- ican flag nt tho head of their editor- tho coyote and made his defense fuboards or paper. Now der good mnnngement these mules ial columns or at any other place in tile. Is tho time to placo such protector, developed nicely and much moro than the paper are violating the federal twenty-si- x weighed Whitetall law. directly on paid for their feed and care. Do not set seed-flat- s pounds. Tho statuto provides that no flag manuro in n notuca. mere snuuiu i tho place ot tn properly nreu r representation of a flag shall bo In tho pro- Inches of soil to selected draft horso bo three or four How's This? printed or stamped on any article of sorb tho odor and steam from tho ductlou of mulo mures Is acknowlWs offer Ono Hundred Dollars edged, nnd tho farmer who still re- merchandise. manure. Reward for any case of Catarrh Send for seed catalogues and make fuses to accept the benefits of a good that cannot be cured by Hall's FLEA AND GHASSHOPPEIt early. Try a few nov- - ,iraft 8iro In his community Is up tho seed-liAKE THE Hl'GHEST LEAPEUS Catarrh Cure. hut make tho main garden of fUily postponing opportunity and F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. profits rightfully his. H. A. Morgnn. wo. the undersigned, have known P. & sorts. Order seed early. tttandard last 15 years, Tho beings that can hop tho great- Cheney for the honorable In and bolleva Summer cypress (Kochla) makes in southern Agriculturist, him perfectly all business est illstanco In proportion to their transactions und tlnanclnlly able to carry Tho Kind Wo Need, good annual hedge. It grows about a any obligations made bv his firm. sizes aro Insects tho flea and tho out j NATIONAL. BANIC OK COMMERCE. Our neighbors Just camo over t6 two feet high. Is qulto dense, nnd Toledo, O. Tho former can hop changes from a light green to crlm- - tun Us about bonio folks who havo grasshopper. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, In- - (just over an article 500 times Its height, acting directly upon tho blood nnd mumoved Into tho community, whom son In nutumn. Sow the seeds cous surfaces of system. Testimonials e 75 i,avo not yet seen. "They aro which Is the bamc as It a man could sent free. I'rlco thecents per bottle. Sold doors in April. Tho plants will by nil Druggists. I believe," he said, hop over a mountain 3,000 feet high. year. the kind wo need. seed year nfter Take Hall Famllv nils for constipation. dwarf jor tho first things they spoke of A grasshopper can Jump 200 times Ono ot tho quickest-growin- g Hcgrots Inevitable. annuals Is nwcet alybsum. Sow tho wero good roads and good schools." Its length. How tall aro you? Four Ho proposed and had been roject- needs us soon ns tho ground can bo. yti i,aVo neither yet to a satisfactory feet? Well, If you were a grasshopled. worked In spring and jnu will be re- - extent, but both aro on the way, nnd per you could leap 800 feet. -"Very well," ho wild coldly, "thero paid with an abundance of snowy-(til- 0 Inl of uowcomers that suit ua QimlllltM To Judge. will como a tlmo when your treatflowers. d i,0at aro tho ones who will take lipid whlto, A man of CO who had been a grum- ment of mo will bo regretted." Wo flowers of rhodan- - umj uaip u8 lioost for them. Tho clover-hea- d "I shnll never regret It," sho remuch attention In the jmve had our experlenco with knock-garde- n bler all his llfo und hud long made a tho attracted Inst year. It Is an cverlast-Cr- s 0 to know our now residents practice of changing doctors on the plied." "Oh, I don't mean you," ho returnlug, coming In mixed colors, und aro ready to tako a part with us In slightest provocation not long ago nmy bo lifted and used us a pot plant i,undlug up tho neighborhood re- called in a young physician who had ed. "I refer to tho man whom you reputation. will, finally accept." New York gained u considerable prejudice und . moves n possible in autumn. Ho was telling the doctor what ho Times. Is a good tlmo to tako down Itabllshesa friendly feeling nt once tho advertising placards that adorn a, A. KING. In Southern Agrlcultur-th- o thought was tho trouble with him THE LADIES' HOME JOURNAL, when tho doctor ventured to dlsa fence, trees and buildings. No j,.!, THE SATURDAY EVENING POST greo with, tho diagnosis. advertising slgus should hq carried "I beg your pardon," said tho pa- und THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN Walking In Blush when you go to on farm property except thoso adver- rut( tHtf that Isn't nice. tient In a haughty way, "It isn't for wish to secure tho spare tlrac of. a tlhlng tho fnrm products. Theso aro tnu j,arn? o you to dlsagreo man or woman to act as local better plated on n bulletin board con Neither is it necessary. Southorn a young doctor like in Hartford nnd vicinity, Invalid like with au experienced to tho entrance Agriculturist. venient looking ufter tho renewals of their mo." And ho sought unother physician. many subscriptions In this section, HuggeMlnux. tand introducing theso publications Cut posts boforo buds swell and FOR FLETCHER'S Don't Let Your Cough Hang On. to now readers. Payment will bo bo thoj' will dry out quickly nllo A cough that racks and weakens made In salary and cominlfision. Prei to their lives. This will add ycura your vious experlenco la dcslrablo but not is dangerous, It undermines espo-- , As wnrm weather coiuch on o Ktono Falls on Caskets. health nnd thrives oh neglect. essential. For details address, with to keep tho sllago clul caro fa needed It nt onco with Dr. King's New references. Box 0(54, THE CURTIS A heavy stono, loosqncd by tho lovel to nvohl heating and moulding . Discovert'. This soothing balsam rom-od- y PUBLISHING COMPANY, Independ' "" " I'ormcntatlon Injures tho feeding heals tho throat, loosens tho ence Square, Philadelphia. 17t2 extremely tho cemetery ut Seventeenth and Jef- and makes tho fce.l I .. foil Monday night n, phlegm, Its nutlseptlu properties kill . geroua to hon.es. , BiimIiio.sh Scholarship. to tho depths ot tho tomb, crushing tho germ and tho cold Is quickly It is tlmo to mulch strawberries. ton broken up. Children nnd grownWo have for tale, a scholarship, The stone, waste hay or crushed three caskets. Li'uvo.. straw, ups nllko find Dr. King's Now Dis- good for a complete course in cither ....... ,.... ...nkine Mireliuni syrun Inches thick, broko In two pieces. aiuinn Inscription on tho covery pleasant to tnke as well an Bookkeeping and Accounting or A time-wor- n tho purpose. AorK are suitable for faco told tho many persons who visit- effective. 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In many recipes the number oFeggs may be reduced and excellent results obtained by adding an additional quantity of Royal Baking Powder, about a teaspoon, for each egg omitted. The following tested recipe is a practical illustration: STONCE CAHX cup tutf.r l cup wkUr 1 CtiAKK ASK THAT MANN AND VAOANCIKH UK KII.I.KD 11K- KOKK 8KSS10N Ol'KNK. To All Patrons Or Prospective rons of Mail Order Houses: jj Pat- '' -- t 3 VLB 2 teafcpoods Roy a! 1 D. ilu4 PowtScr cup (lour I teaioa ..It J6 cup cold witter I tiMKpvOu fUvurtnc Bnit sugar nJ until syrup .pins it tlire.il an J add la tht stUSy beaten wiilto of jil,belln j until the ir.lituro Ij cold. Silt togtthrr thrw times tho Hour, ttilt and baking powder; Lrat voiles of ts until thick; add a HUM at a time flsur mlntura and tee yoms DIRECTIONS. vtr stir-rl- cold i eftr oacn adJIlUu. !! and l!ivor)i(t, Mix lljhtly and bak) In moJ.ral. arm coo hour. altrrnaulr ta whlt.afgfj mltur, Add ! cup Tho old method called for 6 and no bailing powder ej3 i Mff l BAKING POWDER Iflade from Cream of Tartar, derived from grapes, adds none but healthful qualities to the food. J No Alum No Phosphate Washington, Starch IS. Another among ncm f conference series t..n.. ttn Itmiuii Iniulnfa ftitlriv ritun ! I iil Iftilliv, iiv'U'-'n.iuii.in iwuh; ivfimui llit it rail for u mucus hero April 12, 'four clays before tho opening of tlif .special session, in imu ii nitMiilicrs for the speakership light. The Republicans will caucus April j ' 1 I, niul tho tlvo Independents who will hohl the balance of power ho- -' tween tho two big parties will con- for at iihoul the came time In a ftirth- - J er effort to agree on some concerieil j 5 5 faction. Democratic l.eaiier ivitciun t; I...- I ... ii nriiiiiiuu viii ij Ill 1i.. mi. till Hill l W..ulilt,t.i.i ...id.. in iu .Uv anil talkeil out the situation fori? three hours with Speaker Ch.r j The caucus call sent out atterw.ml $ contained an urgent request that every Democratic Representative ! i ' present. The Hepulilienii Icadi rs on J ilechleil to hohl a conference April T ami will take steps (hen 'n swing Republican members into line i anil clear away preliminaries for J their taunts. There still Is much talk of a bipartisan Ilouso organizn- - j $ !.. IJUl ,.. l.l,iiiil on. ii iv.i.i... iiillllll. U... .ill t.'tli.l.l.i o.il.t li.lii ln dlil not expect such a plan to ma-- , 5 u -, ' I 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-mortime in studying them and comparing them than any reader of this advertisement. After studying their strong points for they have er e terlali.e. -" , Kff i Uoth Speaker Clark ami llepublic- - C Leader Mann, who will be the Z TT 'candidates for tho speakership, are i taking particular pains to avoid any, STORIES OF PLOT? nppearanco oi snarp unions and dogwood in line of Jackson's lino JUfiTff UEniUQITiDwE i1-- acre Burvy: thence wltn a (the their followers in tne contest. west Gov. ULlVllJltHlT of said survey North 51186 poles to terdav, , Mr. Mann urged,...,, Whit- - i .,,, ,natent call is X. 52 W.) v.,. ' ' , " .I white oaks and three small black .! the t I oaks, atio corner to Henry Dover; flection to till the tncanry In MCiVKIf T'MAT thenco with a lino of said Dever S. Democratic Fifteenth District ct TO ;itritl.HEI Ml V. 3jo poies 10 iwo wniie iniiM unai Maie, ana louaj, apeniiur i uir-NKWS Ol-- 1'IiAN RIfACHKU and three small black oans, oiu cor- - toleKraphed Senator Hollis. of New ' WILSON'S KAItA. ntr to eald Dever; thenco with an "anipshlre. aikIB "ut the Stato , poles to tho ' old line S. CS B. heglnninK. containing 354 acres, Legislature amend the laws so an wore or less. Being same laud con- - election could be held before April d to S. J Weller by hla broth 1C In the Republican District, which Loudon. March IT.. The according to oh and slstors, U. S. "Weller and was represented by the late Hep-- . et al.. July 23 1906. which correspondent Sulloway. fieutor'H Amsterdam deed is of record In deed book S3, resentatlve jriKts.ioi.intervlcv.- Its reprcsentatho juk() 207i 01),0 Count. clorl:-- 0mce. ud at C'tpmhason In which Count The fair young creature was beTne aijove boundary will be sold coming very impatient and finally run i'cmstnrtf. former German Am- - bitbject to a homestead ititerG?t ' to tho Tuited States ex-- 1 Judged to tho widow, Mary I'. Wcl- - exclaimed: ' BcaMcd proud Joy at the way tho We have waited thlrtj "Mercy! Also tho following described tracts J, "Wo'll miss tho opera wait- nruiaii' people are bearing with their ()f jand: minutes. aeads. held liljah. the results of thoj two lots situated In tho town of ing for that mother of mine." America Dundee, Ohio county, Kentucky and nrcach lu relations with Hours, I should sav," ho replied, hli;h hit (Uerurtorff) mi long pre-- ; bounded as lollows: none too sweetly. iai nil ueKiiiii'i'a u u aiui.u in entcd Ours!" she cried rapturously the Hartford and Narrows road on j von Dernstorff is quoted as tl,p north sldo; thence N. 83 degrees "Oh, Will this W so unexpected." Count ' ".lying that he whh keenly affected ' 4.) E. 141 H: ftct to a stoue In the And she fell upon his neck. Hartford and !r the news which he received for-, 'N 12 donees Narrows road; thencea 13. Kt first tlmo at Christlanla that In- stone In corner30 L. 208,i feet to MASTKU COM.MISKlOVnit'S SXT.K.j V. Millers lot; of through struct...!.,; which had pas.-ec0 degrcc3 hencc ,vlth h,3 Uno I Ohio Circuit Court. Jils niiiid.- to the Cermnn Minister in jq w. 171 feet to a stone In Clay E. Shown, et al.. 1'l.aintilK come to the knowledge west corner of Ij. I'. Miller's lot; had , vs. Notice of Sale. j thence on a straight line 2SG feet to Garfield Barnard, &c. Defendants, in- tho American Ooveriununt. i Being a pun of tho ",0 riirsuant to a Judgment and or-- 1 It is Natural that Its publication saiueucRlnnlns. conveyed to Am. V. der of sale o the Ohio Circuit Court ) land vausl the Kreatest heiih.ttlon 'n;SploU. by n F IJoau an(l nn.jaboth rendered at Its March term. 191 1. Coimt Von BurnstortT eald. jj,.at his wife, on the 29th day of In America!. the above styled action, fur the and recorded In deed purpose of a distribution of the proliechtrlnir "vu alwajs strictly de- - I'August, 190 etUic-to mix oiirbdves lu the poll- - book 31, pago 610, Ohio County ceeds among the parties to aid acClerk's office. Being same lot con-il- tion, after tho payment of al cost, oi Uio American continent. veyd to decedent by W. V. bprole including the cost of this sale, I will Alt ,, wIfH on American aspertlons about NoVcmber 12. 1909. sale at public outcry, to tho inch Intrigues in Haiti. Cuba and which deed is of record In deed boon offer lorntiil lmit lilililur nl. tln rnlirt I. lilir.wiat . ... ... nt,..1.' Mh""'. ...... ..... .,......., rnn .'otutnM.i am fairy tales Count von i" "- -" """ -Hartford. Ohio '"".houso door. In on Monday, theeoun- -' fruatorliyTs quoted as saying, and,0-1- 2nd ty, Kentucky, stone Beginning at ml jditns that positively so long us he ? s'lli. lot. 1,'lt7liiii?li Alliv! a flietiro on day of April. 1917, between tho I K. nf p. m., S w:t: Amb:ts!,adfr at Washington he. s B. 4 u poles to" a stou'o; thence S. hours of one and four o'clock upon a credit of six and twxheS -' V. 5 iioles to a stone; thence N. mouths, K:ver uwaie of the sllgbtot tho following described prop- - i dretUoii'lhlit the German govern- - 3 W. IS links to a stone; thence S. erly t: A certain tract or parcel of land meat tried to Intoiewe the poliev in . " .i'uit's..an' ft ,"Uv8 ,o.'lal.0",e' Hough CcotrM-auSouth American States ,,.,'.' viLif WtXZh vilev .ml ,n thu bottoms of county. River,, near i Kpntticky. ,y' Hartford, Ohio ci am leUe ho.tllo to the Cited ,..,, poles uml lam, uUIIldoa us follows: R. N. ,,0 o .he beginning, containing, afates. J4 I.u. Uc,gInln al (l rttako on Hie Hart- .. "We even Komotlmes subordinated .approximately H acre. Being the fonl owensboro road, a " economic Intcrobtb, which wo II Holtili cunyoyed to grantor by J. WCBl corner ot tllP oriBlmi ,rrt on Atirll "ft ,i''hald road; tliuncn wun said ruau . Uava hi. nil of those countries, to r,;,m,,.u , (lce,i ,)ook 4f as,IJc,nK or tne unueii (j;, 0 t'ounty Clerk s ofllce rtrrt the sciuitivonehs to road; thenco N. 8 Vi U. 3 loo I same Stages," ho declared. lot conveyed to decedent mi' 8ton(; nn Pevtnn's HloiiEfli. ilieneei ' Tho intorvlew concludes with the February 1st. 1913, by Albert Cox n)(l ,.,,, nlough. S. i W 3i feet. ? '" , 4 ' w26S 2C0 R'l sdeclaration from Count von Bom- - fu, iloixl H tmiri, flllln feot, G31VL' 23fi, S. 6 V4 E. 113 feet. jterH Uiat from Instructions to tlict CIcrlc'e office. . 172 to a S. 39 & W. 232 S. 21. German Mlutster 'to Mexico It sasj The purchaser will be required to stake, It. Holbrook, V. Klein's, or Ihe Mexican government 'execute houd Immediately after bale Bond Bros, corner; thence with eletf that and If Urn United Stales did not dech ro i with good and suillctent security ,an,, their lino, N. S2 W. pasbing tnelr mid " l"e S. T Burnett's corner hi 1012 feet, r en flermauy. would never Burnett's and It. 11. Martln'b corner J;tril ot iiurmauya Intentions from 01ve ullllor my lmml lllla i3tll at 1730 feot. In all 302.1 feel to Mm Caripnn mouth "1 luillsve It is day of .March, 1917. beginning, containing 09. sc, ncroa. OTTO C. MAUTIN, Jiardly iinu-lhlto have acted more land conveyed to Felix A I 3?t'i Muster Coiinnialsouer. iSaino C. M. Harnett mid wife, and wtoclly," he tiald. I,. Hcavrln, Attorney. M Bennett and wife, bj died of 'March 30, 1909, and recorded in deed 3(AHTi:K COM.MIBSIOXKU'H K.V1.K. I book 3(i, page 415, Ohio County Trul v a (icnlus , Ohio Circuit Court. ' I'M.i.. 'P.m.i.i. ' unl.l Mm liOL-'nml.l. I ('Olirt Cll'rk'S OdlCC. . .. . The purchaser will bo required to John Spurrier and It. II Spurrier, er. snows great determination to execute bond nlth good and sulllcleut Adnus. of tho ontato of S. J. stlelt to anything he undertakes." bccurlty Immediately after sale, and Weller. ikceused, Fluintins. the proud a Hen will be retained iu tho land "Does he?" queried until the punhubo money bonds are .Mry F. Weller, tt al., Defendants. fatli'r. By virtue of n Judgment and or"Yes," she lepllcd. "Why, he put paid lu full. der of sale of tho Ohio Circuit Court, In the whole day making boap bub- 11 Given under my hand this March 1917. rendered at Its November term, 1910, OTTO C. MAUTIN, in the above cau..o, for the purpose bles mid trying to tie strings to " New York Times. Master Commissioner. 3713 them iif payinc.nl! Jut claims against tli Glenn & Slmmerman, Attorneys. Nitntu of S .1. Weller. deceased, and a 'distribution of thu remiluder of Don't Let Your Couch Hang On. thtt proceeds among those entitled ,1. A cough that racku and weakens thereto, and for tfio payment of the 3VE3nL"fct . your. .,, ., U ,.,., of thQ,abovt styled action and Id daugerous. It undermines eoi., t tllUQl J IIUMI'.M of this sale, I will offer for health and thrives on neglect. Be the coil MM ut public Ruotfon l the hlghebt u u t ,mco wUU Dr KllR.H Now KC.KSIA AND SKIN DISMASKS ind best bidder, at tho court house l'etro-Ment- a u Is an antiseptic salve rent-daThis soothing iloor lu llniftfonr. Kentucky, on Men- the result of forty years' practical 7, at about tho edy henht tho throat, loosens Ihe April 2nd. 19 j hour of uno o'clock p. n.., upon a 'phlegm. Kb antiseptic properttch kill experience of a druggist, who has credit or six ami twelve, months, tne lUu Kmn and the cold is quickly taken the best Ideaa (roni physicians' property, 10 brokoit up. Childruu and grown- prescription!, and concentrated iflifowiur. uesenwen hla lt: ups alike lind Dr. King's Now Dlsi skill !u this most valuable remedy. A tiaet of land lu Ohio County, Kniluckyj' 011 tho watent of Halls coery pliKiwint to taVe as well us Tlioiio suffering with discouraging t'rtek mid bounded as follows; olluctlvu. Have a bottle huudy In SKIN DISKASHS will find Petro-Mont- a 5 ' lloglnmh'g al u' poplar, while oak a great blosslng. niedlclue client for grippe, croup nt bluuk ouk and dogwood (now j0llr all bronchial olfactions. All For Wil'0 ' 0,l,' Count) Drue Co a sloric. alto) lUo.N. W. comer of.'1"" ' S'l'rice 25c. Ituberl nynii.kd U'nd'; thu.ee nith 'lruKlK 6O0. 9 loQV'LTlZ li., jiuces ""'" vv , ! HHm-,veye- bBrBer-Frormlcnblal- t, i"o. , I , , i - south-Vfwni- -- ci i r...... "" i I "Ctrn '"'" ,, , . 1 t ', 1 . 1" - -- - , 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. r house must have from a week up in The which 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 which one you want us to do: FIRST We vill promptly return your money just as cheerfully as we took it; or, SECOND- - We will send to the mail-ordhouse and get you the item without further freight expense on your part. We have made this offer just as FAIR as we know liow 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 wfint to ask a favor. It's this: Before price, you say again we cannot meet the mail-oide" TRY US." As said before, we are trying to make the FAIREST offer we know how. . price and "OUR PRICE:" Below we quote mail-order t mail-orde- er r- er M Standard I'riutH, Mail Order price Our Price UVZ S! yards: Our Price I'libltticliwl Sheeting LL,'iMail Order Price Slju for l(f yard Our Price I'lihleaohwl Sheeting, heavier weight, Mailorder Price lor 10 yards $1.2f, h!)c t'or 10 80c ...90c ... Jp"fc!TO . Unbleached Sheeting, best weight, Mail Order Price $ 1.4 r for 10 yards; Our Piice liJeach Sheeting, Mail Order Price 4.o yard, Our Price High grade 10-High-gradIjleaeh Sheeting, Mail Order Price 45c yard. Our, Price Jicst Hed Tick Mail Order Price 45 per yard; Our Price Carpet. Warp, colored, Mail Order Price 4'Jcper pound; Our Price Carpet Warp, while, Mail Order Price Mo per pound; Our Price Fancy Table Oil Cloth, Mail Order Price lUopcr yard; Our Price White Oil Cloth, Mail Order Price 20e per yard; Our Price liest Percales, Mail Order Price 15o per yard; Our Price ik'dt GinghaniH, Mali Order Price l.lo per yard; Our Price 11-4 e $1.10 $1.25 38c 40c 30c 50c 40c 20c 20c 1 J 5C 5C I'lv.ry. t.a1-8i- y, We are very truly yours, wA. RSON (Incorporated.) 0 0o S ixviwt. o j ' vt'vsivvU'fcviv iAWrAMMw- - wtvkvvvvkv. X vc