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EXTRA SESSION DEVOTED BS2531 ' 'A i Mean Subscription $1 per Year No, 38 PLANS INCLUDE OVERSEAS ARMY TO'Tllb INTEHIaTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNJY HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1917. deputy assessor filled out a receipt, whllo Claude expectantly wdttcd after the dollar had been pocketed. Tho rcrelpt was phicwl In IiIh month and ho ran hack homo and Into tho house, whero lit look tho receipt to Mr. Cramer. . "FOOD FOR THOUGHT." . pm. .i . .,. V III DECLARE WAR -- cf tttoVttrfScr ..:: jz' t ffififfi jjj-- i ( mm z ae r; as; : ,. Va, Vi NI r f-- Ui UMTKIJ STATUS WOULD 8KNU KfmCK OK 500,000 MKN TO" After a moment ho added with n WTr!t VHKNCIt Fir.M)S. gesture of helplessness: "Lot It ho Henderson, ICy March 20. Dam ko. Thank Cod. I will abdicate If age to th'1 Qxtent of several hundred iX-that Is what tho people want. J will KSj3r3ii3? i . go to Mvndlu (the estate of tho Russm: SINK THREE U. S. SHIPS dollars was caused at tho Robards wms&zr OTHER WAR PROPOSALS con I mine, employing nonunion lab- ian Imperial family on the south ' or, when unknown persons slipped coast of the Crimea.) to my gardens. . TV..v,EE-y7TT 'ti-l,- ;U .4 r- - .. ' I am so fond of Mowers." . I' I rK-'C- r ' Direct Ciiiimj Into tho engine room ami applied Recent Act of $1,000,000 Loan; steam, .en using unit cm go to break The train moved toward Hologolc. KkI i yCSiiT" Eor War Congress To Mei'l through tho lop of tlio tipple and tho :tPjtSferf At Dno a telogram was received stat- - Scl.urp of Vessels and Allen v SOBHHEffiiSSsKa&TMtK April SI. ing that Tsarhkoc-Sel- o tonuiicnt Sure to Follow. oilier to fullto tho holtom of the Harrison hai ' revolted and that tho Empress had shaft. The night watchman loft the -appealed to the Duma for protection. ' mine to go Ok his home for lunch -. Washington, March 21. Presl and was absent twenty minutes. Tho Nicholas pondered tho situation, then ' Washington y Vs wTL' tlenl Wilson, iceognlr.lug thai net was committed while he wnH away said: ') shall go to Moscow. Mrozov ' Morion M. Milford, Cnurler-Jour?n&' practically Is making war on The mine was working about seven-ty-llv- u ski (commander of the Moscow gar I correspondent for tho y the United States on the sens, rison) used to say Moscow always' mil, yosleriluy outlined In a general noiiuiilou miners. Tho damage way the administration's proposal I culled Congress to usscuihlo In will catiMi tln mine to remain idle would defend mo." II M dS&il! - iBC-' ITIIilhr lllif. 'for the conduct f war with flermany on April 2 to sovorul weeks. vxlrnorillimry session At Uologoio wus received a telegram stating thai the Moscow gar- -' Tlii-- Include: ileal with the situation expendltionury The purpose of tho session 'i'w rlson had Joined tho revolution. The i An ...a.. ... ... ...., force of 500,- -' .IKSI'S TOOL" .... n.fi ";" " " o " ,.. k... I, ' rium-- ur i i l1 """ called two weeks curlier than Ihel I.I.. j.or STANDING SILENT H'llliler as tho army's contribution net--- as In. the' . announced tho Jrnln hfnrliur, flmi ,.......,... Tl, ditto llrst , v.w. Iv.,,.l.,.rr ii.v li i iif; , 'iiiiiii i , If President's position, is to receive a jj,.w yor, M,iroh General related Jesus everything I)iyplchvif a part of the American Illtll lilKI'II I IMTO. Ilflfllllfr- ..communication from tho Chief Ex- - iM not been the tool Ho. was, He ,,("il l" h"" vctltivo on "grue questions of nn- - ufiulil ,liuu answered 'Hutu's ques"Ther Is only one thing to do now. ? '"" tional policy." , It is to open tho Dvina front.o theirt,M Wl,lh Alll"3 "Pr,S ln an3r naral tlon." said tho llev. John Haynos oni sifinim-- t Cermaiiy. Tho President. In his, udtlross to . tiurititx. pastor Oorrnm. an,! let tbnn, ,.!, ih Unitarian of the i..-.ui tin ijiiii:r ii.iviiL uriin nn Congress, will detail how Germany church of tho Messiah, at the llroad. aille." Relm In New York World. . I for transports carrying ....... ....- - ... .. Nicholas rejected this suggestion, rmio ...r.- "... ... i.I,.., !! 1iu luif.ti ti,itt,if- u ii r i,i way Tabernacle. j.... tfv oin to Europe The United Mules by tho ruthless de- exclaiming angrily: jjr Holmos did not fay whether I'f-of ail small craft of the nary ."Uruellon of American lives and ship J . referred to question, ' NAVY'S "I shall fievr become b traitor to Ptlutn's CZAR ACCEPTED and all xolunteer vessels for the pat- my country." thu high seas, in contravention or, "wimt Is truth?" or to his other tin -- ' ' " Jill the laws of nations and liiiiiiaxit- - itnory, "Whenco art thou?" Then Nicholas broke down and - "P" "n "uh''rIno, I " Aft'cr a moment he said: "If tv. Earlier Air. Holmes had declared CHANGE CALMLY I only BEGIN TO ,Sw,.fl .A"'r""n "uUers to be cm- Congress Is then expected to pass knew my wife and children ;ii,hht to a ijtie.Htlon, thut If'thoj ' f I7nltcil States went to war, ho would) wero safe I should go to Llvadla pii) cu in- Keeping tho iortli and resolution declaring that a ii .Siiutli Atlantic seas clear ot enemy war has exlitcd between the I'nlted regret that it had not gone two yearn quictely to finish "my life and let ' ' Ij'lllUVA RATIONS FOR CONFLICT RP.1TSED TO ALLOW GERMANS Michael govern tho country. He Is ialders. State nnd Germany for some time defetiho of llelglum. Ili;0 A iillllon dollar credit to ho IN MADH TO OPEN DVINA FRONT AND Such a rt'kolutlnn in Itxeir win not' "if wj etiter the war now. I shall RHINO llOTH liked by the people. I will sign my hed In this country for the pur- be a declaration of war In a teehnl- - J 10Kr0l to in) dying dny that we did LINKS OF SERVICE. abdication and then go back to the QUIET MOD. cIis-:of munitions hero by dlllex. ;il xetiHo. although prnctltailly It . not do so over Uelgluni, but walled army, say good-by- e to the soldiers imoval of the bar of expatrla-will .amount to the wine thing. and let Ihem do as they like. ' I shall ' fight In defense of our own seIII.su to lion against any American citizens ..i, a coiuequciicoiiie umuo aunvn oiiflH. Mr Ilolllifs. "After SCODftlV rKUDL.E,IYl PPFAT WAS TRUE TO COUNTRY not stand in the way." any of tlio will take further steps to pn.teet It') illK ludglum raped "rrom m.to end. ARM I This last colloquy occurred on the uho Join the armies of UtiH'Pto (JovcvmePiits. high seat, and else - ,ut, walled iiutlj our own iutcniMU Itiicriist on tlio station platform. Nicholas, who was Tho fcna"HmenCor jTuntVcMlal uctx or Weru alTected " where agalm.1 tho war-lik- e dressed In a soldier's coat, with a fcgrvlco' lttn without delay, it Equipment Will Ho Olituincd Before Gen. Zubel Would Not Permit Em- - Colonel's shoulder straps an actual statu Cernuuiy, ami whcthtir and a ucu. for present exigencies. poror Nicholas To Ro Doceiv-e- d Men Ar Ready to Vsc It Must sheepskin hat tilted back, frequently of war will come to e.lsl in Its full Ily Olllcer-- . Await Congrt. Dctuils Worked On. ANY PRIliF PFACE mopped his brow. Ho gazed, about fiis will depend j.ii tho futuro acts In nu abstracted manner and .then IM II II 111 trill. These are the general plans which III Ul! t 111 I'l lilt XJU'I lUitll mounted the fcteps of his caw There- - urn under coiisldecatlou, details oC PitMiUmiI'n IK'cNIoii. ) I RY BISHOP. Naval ' Petrograd, March 19. Tho history t.pon the tratn moved off. Withltltigtoii, March which aro being worked m, day an-I'rosiduut Wilsou's decision to c.ill . I night by tins general (.faff and war preparations for war wero marked of tho last hour of the Emperor; Congress earlier than tho dat (lrt.1 y collf-gwith tho ( Nlchola.s as ruler of Russia Is related 'by incrcakedvactlvlty of the una-- , the Renerul t ll.ed lor the n.tru hcssIoii - April 1,! ' i.v-'- iit-- i i . .. . ..n n ..r t... .int.. i... .. V 1n ! .i .. ... ...,in AP.OI'SED .,ji.n uuuu ivuo. i iiiu uuuj uj u wunuapuiiuuni. ui wu r,.t i)m - VM IIIULU II LI i .1 IIL. board and war college of the navy aoviiuuuuiuiu iu uprii II II I lip i iiv r Witt? iininuiiii;i'ii ii.i i i,v iinui,. WdOI'tOCK IN SPEECH AT and other departmental agencies. icr tht; extra session of Congress Nosll of Moscow as follows I'roldeutV mind finally was made up PIIILADEI.IMIIA. 1Jut liey iiro ma,tor'H lor ""niewhaL Two trains arrived nt tho station actual war steps were taken by either TRAPPINfl uk the result of esterday's cabinet, j IIIU d , the War or Navy Department, hut at Vishera (on tho distant futuro dettrniliiatlon. Theso Electing, at which practically a un-. sumo department!, are working on railroad, '125 miles southeast of ,tliiie wero many indications thut ittittiKiuH opinion W'as expressed Uiut. iTiiladi'lphlu, Ph.. March 21. 'vrellininary plans huvo been worked Petrograd) on tho night of March 'another tct of plans for adoption or while preiariitious to put tho nation compeU us to'3llt for raplJ mobilization or both 14 Ono train carried the' Emperor's DRAWN. IN NETS WHICH WERE injection Immediately upon dcclar.v- in a full stato of armed neutrality, "There Is no law thut , tl0l1 , In) cowards. ( vnr. They Include: '" W AT DIRECTION I'eiicd ul any price i imclius of service if tin call comOs. sulte, tho second tho Emperor, Oen. ' were lining fnrvwml. Congress which "'' AVIATORS. navy's task is simple. Its liaron Fredericks, Minister of the t,t1 'or"''- Semite df n criiMn 'Ibo i: Alone has tho tuiwor- 'f,t('r,"v,l 1" American waters and per- 'fl,ls wa ll ,,,',rt of ""' Htlrr'"K Ilil- - i.problems are thoso of material rath Imperial House; Rear Admiral Nl- ' . should bo sjimmonod ' "" ll''",ic !l1"' rollglourt mestngu deliver- - er than jior.souncl. At most little loff, Gen. Zabel and others, Nicholas, j liain tlio selKtire of all Cunuau mer-Th- - I'resident jlellberuled on the wJ U,M,,I' ' 'op Charles E. Wod-(mcallcd from headquarters by tho f Newport, U. l March 21. Tho clniiiliueii, than 100.000 men would be liiteftlon until lat, Int night, and cock, of the Eilscopal diocese oCiulred for manning every available Empress, was on tho way to the trapping of two German .submarines Internment of nil aliens who show y made his decision. n j wus reported Icnten 'ship or bcouiiug craft. They could 'IViirskoe-Selb"y C'apt. E. 7. '."usiiclous hjmptoins or who I ha rhou'o April a because he tliought n ! Kentucky, nt the noon-da- y Nono of tho telegrams aboiTt tho Smith, of tho American steamer Alas- - Ooveinment Itys reason to rogitrd as would be Imposslbln for all meniberd sorvl?n al t,u t3l,,,rlcl Theater, lllsh- be obtained almost over night by y I' w,"dcock bitterly ussalloil shirk- - moulliiatiou ot tho naval militia and revolution sent by President Kodzl- - Jirii. which arrived from La dungcious.. ot Congress to reach Washington ,. , , ... .. . ... . .. I VT .. 1. - mo Hid ., I... oi .. - .. ...1 I. nuii-i uunKima. tuu I'.'iitlte, rniute, tor Now York, ae- ino.un) vuriuun seeiuniB oi .1ui ii.ivai ino iiumu uiiu reucucu .1 "m "" I...I, o ...A ruir imwiJiruiK 1... .niiiioiiui earlier ln his address at tho opening of words wero greeted with outhurs'ts serve, supplemented with volunteer?. Emperor. Every effort was made to eord'ug to the jilJot who brought the fimird' to protect tho country from ,l'" domestic vdlf.iurhance and to tho extra sonsion tho President will of enthusiasm thut punctuated tho Only highly trained officers would be keep li'lm in lgnoranco of tliese af- - ship Into tho harbor. Tho Kre.Uer part ot his sermon. Ho said: larMng. fnlrs. Gen. Zabel protested, dcclar- - ('apt. Smith said, were detected Innc-- Rurd itiiinUloiis plants, rccllo tho overt arts committed Orders hciuIIiik Amertoan army "There aro ninny peroous who, tiro Tho unnj's jiroblem Is just tho re- - ing that If the others refuted to In- -' Ing beneah the surface ot the sea by' jignlnst tho United Status by Gonna- , ...... turn .1111 un un 1111, tmm mi.. ,'jiiiii in nu i.iiitiu uu DM. . .. .. .. 1, riti.l tiav.il u......., f. ln .1 vn. ii.l,l. .... ........ 1OI1I1 rj ... j.m.... ..,h. oil .. .lll.i ...... ...x u, ....... w.... ...... .... ,0 i ii i.,.v f.Cli.li.lC rriiAl ntlnU llll.lr lli.'ltlu IHIX...1 .1 tti iiiijh tlin, ..'III I... ..(..i.,.).! ii.i in ,1. 1... .n..n I... ....aiiI.I A .1 on j uij.iit. vi in. .1...o uiruraii pairoi. re" ,und no ileflnlto step towmil hccurlng (Nicholas, who had been, sleeping, "K' S!n"1 "'"' ,r)' '" Tho ulrplano slgntiled for trnwlers l'olblo tpeed to Join tho land mid 1 Tho sentlmunt In Congresses Knowledgo Is of no a grcut fmce for training can botak-- i was awakened nt 2 o'clock In the and circled about directing tho plue-- ' 8" force ot (ho Allien for oDservu- bo overwhelmingly in '"I'oiislhllltj. derslood to special training. favor of a declaration that, as a in- vnluo unless It enables you to do en mil ii Congress csprescs Its will morning. Ho went to tho dining car ing of nets. In a little whllo the nets ConfereiiCea with tho Governments cotuiuer something. Lots Full equipment can be obtained long jind demnnded that Admiral Niloi'f i,ore drawn coinp'utely Hhout Iho 'in- Mill of Germany's acts against tho .limlhiiiB j tell hint what had happened In Pet- - auhptrtlng suhrnerslhles, which wiTi""1 ,1)" ulljod Powers oif lite 'most United Stales, a stnto of war al- - ot l,s stngnulo becuiiho of liobitancy. Iboioie lhn men aro ready to use It .. rogrnd. Ho was told thut a crowd of hopelessly enmeshed and brought to' 'm,vo mniuics to bo titkeu by litis 'Ve aro told of a sweeping tide of exlMs. read students, hoodlums and young sold- -' tl'o urfaco. Thc- wero lyjiii' side Oovcrnment. net, which ' "!'Merity Ai o our Minis smothered i NATUltALIZED MEXICAN .. Tho foremoht overt Mobli.atlqn of tho Amevlrau nav-lt? Aro our Ideals, our In UPHOLDS IT. S. EMIU.EM iors had terrorizwl tho Duma, but bv s.de In tho harbor of tji PaUico' broiiKht tho President to his forces at homo bases and a call lo all that n fow dettichmenls of troops when tho Alaskan sailed. without nplrulloiw lowontl? If so, this ion. was the torpedoing ' St. Louie, March 17. Lee Fuentes would bo able to vut them down. Thu steamer, which is owned by l"val reserve and all naval militia- til' ls ,u"ro ,,t,ill"' ,ll" u'" t"r-miof Iho American merchant- -' .. If.. .. ... ,.l. t Ami.piimn X tlirifi rjtiirtiiklt1nr ViU'fllf ttf tt iH tho Ollltit IVtttl f. lltl UIIatl lk1VniU9lIll .. 1)(I1. w from a Mexican to IK':"' vl,rrt- f uvuiiO! uiih transformed VlL'llnticlu. with tho loss of llf- wV.4 vWMIItHMivtvi " An order commandeering certain "Wo ato facing a grout crisis. Wc mi American through tho naturaliza- tho imperial train, entered with a Company, of New York, left Iloston lives, somo of them Americans. teen Tlio President has not made up his don't know what will happen In the tion otllce. Thrilled with patriotism telegram stating that 70 of tho fit. 'January 2S with horses and n general Amurlcsn merchunt ships Tor military 'hours. Wc want nnd II I led with spirts of no uncertain Georgo cavalry wero on the way to'urgo for Lu Palllce. During a series piiriitn-.esunder the Unltud ' States program entirely for presentation to nuxi lvveny-fou- r pcuco iu this laud, if a can h.ivo It Ktrc.ngth, Leo half enveloped himself iTharskoo - Solo to present u cross to1 of violent storms on tho voyugo over, ' snipping .Act. Congress, but probably will also disAn order comniandccrlng corluln with honor. with tho Stars and Stripes and sallied tho Emperor and had arrived at tho 102 horses wero swept hei cuss universal military (raining. "I, llku many others, have pruyod forth. near-b- y station of Dno, headed by decks and lost. Tho r.'turn trip was shipyards of the country.ainl certtiln TIiq Navy Department is expected Leu's patriotic dem- lieu. Ivunnft. e en more stormy Shu was eighteen munitions idantn yachts. dully for pernio until It bus ceased to to call for privately-owne- d An Immediate censorship of nil Wo huvo turned otto onstration led him into Union Walt"Your Majesty," snld Voyekoff, "It days on her homeward passage and nnd largo motorhoats for, service bo honor. uguliibt submarines. Tentative con- cheek, then tho other.. Thcro is no ers' hcuduartcrs at No. 705 Pino, St. is enough thut you appear at tho tlnally vas forced to put In hero for l'an,B conunuiiicatloii, all lelegruph A man from "Holland spied him. Tbarskno-Sol- o iu the midst of UieNo'fuuL, oil nnd water. She proceeded "r t''"'l,hoiio service between this tracts for hiU'Ii craft havo already law that compels that wo should be ;o'', ',,or PoimDIe. cowards. "What you doing with that ru;; heroes and with tlio Tsarskoe-Sel- o for New York. liueu negotiated In many cases. U boat "Wo don'i waul hyphenated or on?" hojerred. garrison go to tho Duma. All the, Capt. Smith was In command of' Mohllrntion of nil patrol political patriots. Wo must stick to "Curumbu," Leo snarled, mid leap- troops will remember (heir oath. It thu American steamer Kansan. Iho "wi'" )' pnvuto interests and u cull PRINCETON, IND., DOU ff,r volunteers to nisn them. VIll bo easy to overcome thuao young flrst ship to bo held' up by tho 3 l.YH HIS OWN TAXES thut inuu our President through ed." "My Uncle Sum" Inventory of all Industrial resourc-thick and thin," fl.t I. .1... u. ln.l jv.ii l.t iiu, itnii...!.' The Hollander wont down hard. soldiers." x Diii,nttl- -i tit li.. viiuuvi V iw.i s which muy be used tor tho conduct )n.l I.eu worked both arms nnd feet to Prlnceon, March 2?. -"It is a Ho, Your Majesty!" shout- lonnl raid on shlimliiK off tho Nan- -' bis heart's content, drugged his vic- ed Geu. Zabel. "You aro deceived. tiiri.t lightship. PlnVelou hits a dog that pays hi? MAKKIAGE LICENSE ISSUED Cunt. Smith was tf war. ll lH ,v'f'5" u "" tl,lU P,clflo legls- 'SINCE OUR LAST REPORT tim to the open door and commanded Head thoso telegrams. Hero is the iillowea to proceed, Lieut. Hose, com- -' own luxes, ,'iatry CrJiner, Hou'h-tr- n ' him to run, order: railroad conductor, saw W. C, To tho Imperial Tiulii at munder of tho submersible, being 1,u,on is ""H'lred lo carry much of Khtll Howard, Fordsvlllu, to Elslu Do not hiimi tho trf.ni to'cruuitcd with roferrin passing The Hollander madq record tlmo. Vlshera:" HIiuiitiDu, deputy aHHc.sior, to tho Inn ll,ls lnt0 olfcct ''"' tuo leglslutlou Tsarskoe-Selo- . o jdeit as "an encoui.nr vltli tv regit ui- - n'"' bo fi'ui'hooinlng. If It Is aBkod along near his homo yesterday. Porry, Fordsvlllo. but I'ctrogrud." to seo moreover thiit L luwyor." lr,'r U H Kino Roar for Hale. lllich Alblu, lijl.otown, to Flora bill to his fox Emperor Abounded. HaudlUK a f Tho Emperor arose utid oxcl.ilmed: Otic fine D'uroc Hoar iiiuo months n' snbslanclal number of tbosw Terrier, "Cl.uulo," Mr. Crmiiur said; Cook, Ualr.utowii. 'mwwurcs aro carried out Hint the .Mare ;ind Huggy for Sul Jolyi I). Clark, McHonry, to Mar- old Iteg. No. SO, SOS, for Immediate Whafdoes this mean? Is It rcvolu-- l 'Itiin after the man, Claude, and pay Good, gentle, rollublo muro nnd Amurlcnn pcoplo fcol tho bunions of garet Aim Shultz, McIIenry salo. No better Hoar to bo found llonT Is Urekoff (.who signed tho or-- J our"tuxo and bring buck tho ,wur however Tar removed thu actual " Tho dog raced after (h James Allen .Snllilll, Plcasuut anywhoro. - der to divert iho train) commander, huggy for sale cheap. Apply to fighting may he from Amorfeuu c I'- - KEOWN, iu PolrogiiulT" OH. E. P. ItOUEKS.. assessor, stopped him and held out Ithlgo, to Anulo Luurn Condor, Picas- ( shores, Ilaitfoid, Ky Then tJni. Zahol spoke out, say XW Toidsvlllo, ICy. the bill. IteconUIng tho dog, tho ant Itldgo. RUTHLESS SUIIMARINE POLICY MINK WltECKED WHEN HAS FORCED NATION INTO watchman oi& HOSTILITIES. to lunch yttZTA t'!r -- ?r. lit ttv. -- ir 'n-sf- l "n n fFii. jGCi& m m W' "Mil :Iuk: "Thcro nre (50,000 troops, with joinccrs, hacking tho temporary Government. Your majesty has linen declared dethroned. It is Impossible to go further." I Nicholas, completely nonplused, exclaimed: "Why was I not told Why tell mo now when all Js ' finished?" i 5S.AVf7M svkttiiSMffis iS$cVr m &m 1 JCn,Trr?r SrSiiaaS'iSS, .W.;!1!:.!'! . Gor-iniui- 'IwjrV'' w ,nr,sssaatitef. ""tT'ni --- gf&3.l iyma uvffifflKa 'B flS si 'jb 'vasn . - -! ,I,I.S J .i. 17.--"- , e, "!" T. .., BRISTLES RISE '"'" 'l t es-'la- -, . : ml-lli- iiy ' to-da- i -- ... nrinnrn rrn .lnirrl nr Moscow-potro-gra- llin IrDUlli) J meu-of-w- ' ! re to-dn- ( o. to-da- 1 1 1 -- '" , iiii-l'1- ''' I1- ....iui.v, , I f I - -- '" a'' f- ) - pios-wiml- ni ' Tll-f ... 11. . J ed one-dolla- .flLt m. jfCTWMWTTffj aery srxr. ' ?Xt,7J23h ' CT2BSSS t.t i- - II fj i r t i r. I m ii IJ : . two hours In n solution of formaidc-hyd- o members of. tho House (or two or , nnMlNlfiHT FIRST (ono pint of formaldehyde to been NOT . thrco terms have hardly except any-- ! UUUUlllUII I IIHUI AMERICA thirty gallons of whter.) Tho panic tho where In the capital city MAN BORN IN STATE solution may'bo used over and over The Capital and the Departments. ngnln. To guard against representative a Western SO UNPREPARED wife of writer that she hoped now wash or dip the sacks or boxes In tho I told the disinfecting solution, If they arc to g to be able to conduct a CITI7.KN FO- WAKKF.N COUNTY bo used for transferring tho potatoes party composed of her husband, her UNIQUB 8KHHOK OF MANY . to tho field. Ho has been WASHnWTOtf daughter and herself. AND INTF.UK8T1NG HKI.ICH Uoforo you buy you should examine our liand "Slightly scabby potatoes are not SEKS DKMOSHTItATlOX OK a member of tho Ilouso for three objectionable to plant, but very scabmade farm wagons. They run lighter, are made of AMF.ItlCAN terras, but haa never been In the by ones should bo rejected as tint Qo.itiicnni-iInstitute or tho Corcor tho vory bo3t material ami last fur 'longer than any Bowling (Sreon. Ky March 17. eyes may be affected. Inasmuch as an Art Gallery. With tho special h machine made wagon you can buy no matter what Ihn nrnb omahlsni Is able to llvo III called for April lftth and Oeorgo W. Mottley. ono of tho NAVY MAKES SHOWING session mass of catch-u- p " work to ' fcluuthil citizens of Warren count.is tho soil for a year or more, even If J price you pay. tho among other potatoes are not grown therein, the he done. It is extremely likely that tho proud possessor, saddle-pockct- s made treatment oftho seed nlono will not Wo also do all kinds of Blaeksmithing and sightseeing 'party will be again Ics. of n pair of Keprcvwntutliet postponed. by his grandfather Issac Goodnight, be sufficient toassuro a clean crop If Inauguration .At especially the hard jobs the other fellow said to have been tho first white grown in scab Infected boII. Crop roIlnvo Xot Uncovered From I I .t lliisj' .Session. ?..!.. '.! '"" 1aa " I'" U rtBVltl Otlt'O tation Is very Importnnt as a means ' can't do. Hunk KoolMincsM. Louisville ,. scab." preventing jv, u ..... it tht K. O. Leigh In Sunday's "pockets" of Mr. Wallacepolnto been conferring The 'Wo also make a specialty of Horseshoeing 11ml has . rM,,u fmn. mid weath- -' Courier-Journ..... .t -. Wofti ' wero made by Mr. Goodnight during with Gov. Goodrich recently relative enirnestly solicit your patronage in this line. Th.tf lu finilr frwiltalmottH. Washington, D. C. March f "io latter years of his life, and are to declaring a quarantine on the day when the (.crhian it "true colds nonlil I.e as prevalent -plno trees and currant and gooseRespectfully Vouiv, on as in midwinter. Tho its In midsummer military ninchtno started Mr. Mottley has lu his poMession berry bushes coming Into Indiana, .. t .1 I '. a .a sat. ilA ' march through llelsluiu, tin- - world in ICrOlie MM CllUSeS CUIUS lllMllinui-- ..... r...n.. ttti.i.. r fini.ni n....1 " because of the prevalence in the East " " To get rid lia resounded with praise for Teut- In damp, cold weather. ssae containing of tho white pine blister. Thecnto-mologl- st he father The thoroughness of a cold take Chamberlain's Cough onic efficiency. record of the birth of the Mil Jcci states that at present there or the preparation for war In the Remedy. It is effectual and Is high- - the of this .ketch. This shows tha he Is not a case of white pine blister in Empire under Prussia's ly recommended by people ho havo Herman ear the State. ' at Harlan Station leadership was held up sis a model used in for many years as occasion : Harrodsbnrg. on January l, l.SJ for other peoples.. This elllclency reured. and know its real value.. ' C....(. ,.. ...lfif,l ,li. Ilia Sign of Good Digestion. OllllU t" 4.I.HV;, VUlllltOi ...V " Thirty-fiv- e I'overliiR all hninches of economic Obtainable everywhere. years experience in the shop. When you see a cheerful, and hapitorlan. while discussing "first things endeavor was the result of years of'. in Kentucky," does not undertake to py old lady you may know that sho Intense and systematic preparation. ltl.A.MF.K GHOSTS venture a suggestion as to who was has good digestion. If your digestion Jts one aim was war nd the wonderthe first malo child born in Kentucky, Is impaired or If you do not relish which ful economic developement of Machine That saying simply of tho claimants "their your meals tako a dose of ChamberFor Invention the made HaiiiliurR and Dremcn. Cau-e- .s I'niuil. name is legion." lie mentions the lain's, Tablets, They strengthen the Kreat free ports, hives of industry names of Harrod Wilson and William stomach. Improve the digestion and IIKIU-- IS A GOOD FLACK TO STOP FOB MTTI.K MONF.Y was, while apparently peaceful in its Ad- - Hunton as claimants forjhe honor, cause a gentlo movement of thu bowSeattle. Wash.. March 17. motive, ultimately designed for ex' m els. Obtainable everywhere. Louisville Hotel, Louisville, Ky., Main St., bet. 6th & 7th ' vice from the "spirit world" "by a but does not give the date of birth. pansion by tirins. - Yet, without a blare of trumpets, German professor who died 400 j Heglves the names or Levlsa Whit-rear- s OM) I.OVK NTCFF IS The Only Hotel In l.ntilsllie Operated on the bitter , ley. born February 25, 1777. Ann ago has left wealth, machinery which eventually will lie ItANKII BY IXGrMl S American and F.uropmu I'lnus. Pogue. born April 2D. 1777. and fully as efficient has been moving In Jlssenslon and lawsuits in its wake ; Fanny Henderson, born May 2.1. AJlKBICAN PLAN (With Meals)- America. Beginning with the farm? lere. Chicago, March 17- .- "When yon among the first children bom in Booms without Bath but with Hot and Cold Kumilug Water. A A weirder ease probably east and west of the Alleglicnli"" - proposo to a girl, don't say 'Do you went an ivcnuicuy. uui iu millions, not only reached the courts. where food for single, $2.00 per dny; 2 people, $2.00 each ' 7f Booms years would lovo me7' That's old stuff. ARk her E. H. Alvord and his father. T. M. males. That nearly flvo for Americans, but those in other- GO Booms single, 2.!0 per day; 2 people, 2.25 each Will you be the mother of my childlvord, claim to bo benellclaries of a ' elapse before the birth of a male is ren?" lands has been produced, and in 60 Front Booms. single, 3.00 per tayK 2 people, 2. SO each section, fields of the South and ill the turtle Influence thru whiclrdetalled hard to believe. But lu this This vrif the advice glen byDr BooniH ultli Private Bath: ut least, Mr. Goodnight was known factories everywhere from the At- ilans for an automatic wood-pul- p Y M. C CO Booms single, 3.00 per day; 2 people, 2.7C each a "rst white male born in Ken- - Charles J. Kurtz, before the lantic to the PacIIic, a vast industrial ompressor were conveyed to a trance shigle, 3. 00 pur dny; 2 people, 3.0 J) each A. Other pointers on marriage olf-- 1 j f0 Booms tuck host working for peaceful ends is medium. ered by Dr. Kurtz were: KUBOPEAN PLAN (Without Menla) now entering upon u period of ac"It was tho 'Professor.' u German, Carefully kept records in the fain"Don't wait until you are varnlng how that Michael Goodnight Boom without Bath but with Hot ami Cold Kminliig Water. actual war is en- pedagogist long deceased, who realy tivity. Whether $50 or $100 a week. Get married tered into or not. there will bo a nvrntee this machine," maintain'! ' came from N'orth Carolina to Ken- even If the wife has to help earn the single, J100 per day; 2 people, J0.7T. each 75 Booms ,7S0- - :""' Prepared a home demonstration of American efficien- nr Snniti K. Greene, the medium. "k CO Booms. ...single, 1.26 per dny; 2 people, 1.00 each l.for his family. Heturnlng he broughd income. r e, cy. :.i. ..it iiirnrppt.an from "i.m 1.S0 per day; people, r.25 each 50 Front Booms. single, 'Every man ought to havu a wife ,,n.iM..L. nl.nnt niHehanlcs mv- - ttni through, arriving at his ties . After all has been said, there is . by tile time he is 25 Booms uitli Private Bath: filiation In August, 17SI. On the and be n father no more imposing demonstration of eeU.' single, 1.50. per day; 2 people, 1.25 each 60 Booms night of September 1 of that eur the years old. Coilimunicating with her by the unity of a people nnv where than CO Booms single, 2.00 per day; 2 people, 1.50 each f "If. you want dancing girla the camp was attacked by' hostile savcan be seen in this country. Whether the younger Alvord claims lie Goodnight, with cabaret kind go to tho cabarets. It It be for defence or offense, American wns able to sketch and perfect a dia- ages, and Michael THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Cor. Sixth and Main Sts. you want a girl who believes lu formers, machinists, engineers and gram for a compressor, today a com- several of his party, was killed. Mr church and right living, seek tlfat European Plan Only, . 111 the chemists can produce more useful mercial success. The spirit control U1night escaped and hid I .earn what woTnen Boom- - Without Bath, $1,011 anil up; Booms With Priiato Bath, .SI..'." woods. Two days later she was sort of society. any other na- not only corrected things than those of and mistakes aro like before you pick the Individ-- ) anil up Be- -t I'liico In Toun. Groat factories engaged In offered suggestions in constructing found unconscious by n tion. mouths later Issac ual girl. Try to meet her inlier party Three e peace-timoccupations can be soon the contrivance, he said, but also in The Louisville Hotel and the Old Inn are located In the wholesale with her was born. lie spent Ills boyhood at home. Get acquainted adjusted to t,he manufacturing of marketing, tho patent. district and only a walk to the retail district and theaters. tho home, of his mother, 'waif apreu-tlce- d father, mother, sisters and brothers. every 'description at "Pro-essor- " war supplies of It was at tills stage that the MH'ISYILLi: IIOTKIi AND OLD INN COMPANY, Props. or "Avoid extremes in physical to the saddlers'' tratb by Wjll a moment's notice. ljesimlst.s who brought a peck of trouble inNo. two temperamental likeness have deplored the decadence of tho to the mundane sphere for those up- lam Hays at Stanford. When his In persons of extremely blonde or brli dentures wero completed lie came to old American -- pirit have no place in on whom he bestowed his genius. . "I .. ....IM'' or p.acm ..-- .,dan-- ' of filings at this time. the economy' According to court testimonj, the the Barren Blver country then -. fmttitu uliiitilil ntn rr tinrri " History has shown the wonderful .yietual inventor persuaded the elder gerous from Indians, lie settled ill " "Extremes in difference in ate, adaptability of the American people .Alvord to hortow $4,700 on hn lit this county, was married four times wealth or education are no good. twenty-on- e and there is no reason to believe Kiinni'it tioliev to hell) limine .. i i the niul was the father of & Mii.i .i " i.i "( ""l" ,,,us- - ""' The descendants aro nil-- ! (hut when the emergency conies It ales company. Then the'son lailjJ children 13 ' 'a'"'h :..;merous and scattered over this sec " will be lacking. El to issue him a promised a "nnmnrrled and childless marrlnd Hon. The Hon. Isaac II Goodnight, A feature of the Inaugural Parade m stock lu return for the unnappy. Le without m Jn Washington was. the wonderful the father's lalth . 11 "Professor" ; who represented this district In Cong-- 1 1'1'"!"0 urt Is too monotonous. showing niadn by both arms of the dwindled almost to the vanishi.15 rcss for several terms, was a grand- - Milldren luxury-lovin- g "There aro too many rich, son of a brother of lsbac Goodnight. m nntlonal service. The. future officers joint. hanging bachelors around of the Army Who marched as the In court the sou justified his course with money to get married on. Sloan's Liniment Will help parents develop thou eons into m West Point cadets brought cheers bj saying ho was Implicitly folio-vi"Nature Indicates a The torture of rheumatism, ,tlit; from the crowds, that lined PennR Ik dictates of the spirit world not pains and aches that make life uu method or birth control; Let a martho best typo of citizens and Uhrietia-sylvania Avenue. The sailors, how 1, Jet "llie out gentleman P gei eon licarablo are relieved by Sloan's Lin- ried couple observe the simple laws I ever, aroused the greatest entliu- H gentlemen. I ts pationngo . is widely , scatright-size- d trol of the stock. families iment, a clean clear linuld that .s of nature and m siiism. Headed by the halulllon from Alvord. sen easy to appl and more effective than will result." Tho court ruled that tered and comes from the best homes in the Nuval Academy at Annapolis, ior hail not received a bijuare oeai mussy piasters or ointments iieeause ..... . il.i, lilnetfiPkets from some of the ' . H Business Scholarship. the South. Its capacity is limited, there-lor" ' ;. tno gtiosuy regions uuu uruei- - . ,.,.,.,,.,.. imirklv ultlmiil rub-- i en ..... Ss'avy's ships and tho bids fiom the iirom We have for sale, a scholarship, ed tho sou to make restitution of the nm, acUcA por th() liuiuy caught the lancy training stations reservations should be nuido early. , ?4,.ue. -- spirits or uu m.iii. strains, snrnllis good for a complete course In either of the crowds. It was it wonderful - Tho "Professor." however, has not . 1 ....,.. Mr.I1(M. sinilll' Unl- - Bookkeeping and Accounting or fif IMace your son in this select gioup of display of young. manhood, Intellin fact he's' ment Is promptly effective. Always Stenographers Course In tho Owens-hor- o m heeu shooed away. The igent, clear-cu- t and brlghl-oyebovs. Write Business fz Industrial College. m promised Aivoni. junior, ui.u ne u young men of tho Navy showed the only begun to reveal to him ninny ,uivt, a bo(lo ,lamlj. f(jr gouli lum. For particulars apply at Bepubllcan stilt neck tootJmch0f i.acka-li- e. naK0 value of natal training. Thorn did mechanical wonders still to come tf Si !ul)1 a ex,rll!l, ImhlK At ,irBKists. ofllce. ! not seem to be a tour face In tin j "He told mo," sahl Alvord, "that x 2Ca r&nks. If there is n type of humanity Food. Ml Fso Citiucls For hud trained me through my youth, L'or oalulogue and inforinution. developed by navnl training, it is he Box A. Petrograd, March 17.- - The Bourse & and that among other Inventions to potato GBOWKBS WABXF.D such a type as is to be desired. Tho pkKVK.NT "SPl'l)" PF.STS Gazette reports that the meat famine iji coiiip was one to harness tho, sun and Iftds from the nuvnl stations showod In tho Southern and Southeastern possible to one bv whtoh it would lio that this tialnlir,', both in the school travel from Seattle to San Francisco ''Indianapolis. March 17 Tho ollb:o Russian provinces bus partly bieu room mid on the ulnygrounil. was of camIn ono dny. I get all my Ideas thruj0f Frank N. Wallace. Statu Untoni- - overcome by the Importation of tho Borl tli.u made real men iOr..Gieenu who is advised by tho ologist. has issued the following mig- - els us food tor the poorer classes of vasemte TST icXriLn1 "Professor" While slio's Ilia U'lUiei)." ,.,w! I,, no fur iimiiiii ..nitnmillatlllU' the population. In Stuiperopol ami A hie decreabo in the holdings of; nro slaughtered other eltloa camels the Ideas ianllng potatoes this spring. At present, however, t MIIW- In cold storage. In tho Unltodul - , . Bninliwi..., ,.umnieil mi bv , ..n..i,r i .i,r. ,m .miiHunl daily, and tho flush of tho animals Is slight decrease in thej.i ym,y matluX courl .vllIth places ' ,Uk1i prlco Statos- uml readily bought. The. meat Is rather i hi poiaioes tho, grower' s j lWKl taste, but aiuouiit of butter uvnllubK " ftbov thojcan.iot afford to plain potatoes tills Ull. hnimro d0MlIR aliown In reports from the Office of Professor's" astral business code. spring uiiIimh ho take:' every precatt its ....food value Is as high ns that of and Wl'i, I"'" ' Sr gaa;!,.Vgi K V-- i, ,,.' ., SB ... " Mnikets nnd Iturnl OrgaulzutiojiB of 11 r. ?8JFxmi U lion against noMible losses. I'otato-- . "lLI- tlio Department of Agrirultuni. jtrowera loso a largo perccntat'c of. How's This? lleports of the cold stomge hold-- ; 5 tholr crop each year through varlou-nviv ,: f iuumv ings of oreumury butter huow t.r.- Vif5 offer One Hundred Dollars loss ft, storages on Reward for any case of Catarrh funeus diMKises. Much of this -- S'i 52, 5o2 jiiiuuilii In Companion the be prevonted by troutlni; Mnrcli 1. 1017. The total hohllngs that .cannot bo cured by Hall's: chii Issues of . i For Infants and Children .seed and by proper cultural methods. 21.ri .sltintgctt wore ll.-- ' Catarrh Cure. n: issues 3 raimried by WBW0IB5 COMPON !'iho olilce ofters th- following sue- - Bn Use For Over Years Tbe fnvotiio fai.illy vreklvof Ami'tka, 'J F. J. CHENET & CO.. ToleJo, O. CS2.97C ioi(iuls as compared with 1" C eat cm. 0.jui- - . in IV l . u i i We, tho underclgneil. havu known J A ' KestlonB and rccou mendatlona rcla- - Always bears ui 15,03,709 pounds Maieh 3, 1910, Cheney for thu lata 15 years, and bellova 1 . jli- i su- - ..' , a tbiiuJiJ A. idi'1 the to the provcntluti of potato scab: :.a, th littn perfectly Iiunoratilo In nil irn ! Sr,-.- : liiml u decrease of i 0 per cent. Tho re- transactions and llnancl.illy nblo bublncus tivo '& fuzj A4X ...t l'ogii ;.; di usi-tcarry Signature of to isms. bin. j haH been dollimtely sottlod that "It . port shows that tho holdings decrees-- d out any obligations miulc tiy bis llrm. wm j, pj W N 1k T, ' . NATIONAL BANK OF CJMMKHCI3. i till' pUllllO aCHIIJPS I'HUSCII II) U lllllH"o j Toledo, O. JS.l per cent during Fobrtt.iry as' and 12 Issues Cf list irrowleg on the potato tubers. Wo Ball's Catarrh Cure la (Kiinparod i.'ith a decrease of SO. 4 acting directly upon tlio taken Internally, -j- blood and mu. -' -' irCALCS II.(LZIND following condltioiiB , por cent dutliiK February last 7oar. cons surf news of tlio system. Testimonials know that tho Lyp.EJ(5'Dri!MRjftni SSJK.mt users mu a bmss w.nK 5 free. I'rlco 75 Cents per bottle. Sold Increase the amount of scnb'v t.o- - j Is nn Antiseptic Salve, the reault of yy-esr;i; jjirrv? a . .tWhen" the .'iniiouiu'tiiiuut or The rntoil DniRRltta. by l year' oxperlence of ti drusKliit,, I'llli fur comtlpalloa. tatoos and thoy Bhotild bo avoided: Take Hall's rf Mill a Z"i H ImUTj ot r (lLWhmi tfcabby potatoeH are used j nnd. I talton from tho best proscrlp-fo- r was niude MiieehU seiuilou of Contra Hohb of eminent physlcliiiu, that B XJUlWiVtt beed; 12) When potatoes ara wV'liiWijSfi'liS'if S t . sit out a uixttmuw I'or Kale. IJ found niuny uiomber of thu Ilouio planted, lu the samo laud year nftorlhuve como under his obsurvation lu A 10U aero mrm. 1 nines oat of of ItetirdBOiitallviw still In WanhlitK-year; CD when potatoes aro planted thut lunBth of tlino. Iln uscta uro So snail worlt mub douo by itariioru, on tan ooruor 01 uiu on ton. , in land JuU- liianurwl with vroMi niuiiHuuious aim u hiiiiuiu ne in i . In the tem few WMk of the fluid., tiood (lwuiiing, iMtm ami o,.,-m mon f . .... ...... .1 ouny i. i ,i.. .. .. luutauMi'v mitluilMlnau. . ,. i.,.M.. tn nmini rMiu 13 Uit 0.1,1 aitwutacdcit Hitrua, .Hprains, Sorunoke. Chaps, V . lilesiuif fauturox. If l him cany to wliluli HOHhhy potntoeu have been Drulses", HeadaehoH, etc After ita rropoirieiico. It w n huid and the 191T Homo f atfudar A,VU".13 "M"Nu?iN for M B1 trill an. I mum- - ruliruuniitlll ivst r,i. . ... . llOttt U1K8 H. 1 He IlUiir. .,-. ...-- .., M AGAZINK .j.. H first iippllcatlon you will naver he vuar : rlo clmleo of anv 15.c?r.t 2 M'SAJ-h'-iuieMi'.iniill-Klsiilor.'i,i- rycrv n.iUli fur Tltwluy & Uarnott, f,,l nHitlned hem In order lu eutoh up ite, or wrlt .tiau tcuicr niatlliuf. ient. Fori h f "Seed treutiiieiit ooitsluts' in uouU- - without it. Twluty-lU- e COMPANION'. St P, Ky. for further partleu- A niiiniincfiio..MMn;ttsi Ilartfonlr with their lorrenpondeuce j inu the potatoes hetorr cuttliib'. fT S.1I0 ! Ohio County Ili'iiS't'u, j'HjiIvi.- - who li.ive bt.n ' 'Vn 01 !'j'. IS Blght-seeln- Wagoas! Wagons! Wagons! COUIW-I'ONUKS- sub-wit- -- J rcl-th- is g, .it.t "' "' al 11.--Sl- nce five-lea- " . ...,......". ' '. j t A. B. Row 6c Son Cetttertowti, Ky. -t- -r ! , : .. i ', - ' v. tele-phon- ... ...! "-'- -- ' '"k h-- I,..,, Vanderbilt Training School for Boys ELKTON, KY. .."."... ,..., (,,,,., '.,, t..... e, a d. 9 ' a a rVSATHENEY &l B7TTS t ". ' 3ii:KrjE!3K3raaisws5ii2aEiKicHaE3qsL' '" Pcnr ,sa mm i 1 i Io ipmbmation va of Reading like It "i i flpWMltKiP "n'i 11 ""ror A' 30 f jr The Yoofli's ' Mr&. ifTlieBestTwol ., s w 1 . -.-- v m?. - ".. u , ' .... - v- ,.i, -.- I-. ........ aw ' I lutar-OilUllt.--- f'r -- wrl-kii- i TIIE-VOVn- - ,- -f snuauo'mm&mBa m r .inar. -- V-- - Jit, nfti an Ar r; $- -'. nud dogwood In line of Jackdon'd 1141 acre survey; thenco "with a line of said Biirvey North Gl west (the WILL COMBAT SPIES patent call is N. 52 W.) 18C polrs to 200 MILES SQUARE 3 whlto oaks and three small black ' oaks, nlr,o corner to Henry Dover; thence with a Hue of said Dover a. f'OVHHNMKXT (JIVKN I'OWKK TO 44 w. 35(1 poles to two while oaks I1 ti Mi'invi.rv ii4 rv vmv I nnd flirrn Kninll tilnrU nnba nlil pnr. I'UHVKXT MAXKUVKUS OK KKSKHVATION CHKATKD nor to said Dover; thenco with an I'OltinGN AfWXTH. nv ')N(;iu:hh. old lino S. 02 K, poles to tho beginning, containing 354 acres, inoro or less. Ilelng same land con- S. J. Wcller by his broth- 18. Tho vcyed to Mnrch Washington, crH nml slstcrs- Washington, March 17. Sccrclury ' 8- - Wcller and cspionago bill" .passed by wlf0( et nlf July 23p 190C( whch of tho Interior I.nno announces thu miKiuaa vimiuiiiib mmirai deed Is or record In deed hook 38, creation hy Congress of the Ml. Mo designed In somo manner to combat pago 207, Ohio County Clerk's ofllco. Kinlcy National Park. Thin new Tho nbove boundary will bo sold tho nctlvltltles ot tho 100,000 spies' -, to reservation, which Incloses an area of and secret agents said to ho operating "u'rfect to a homestead Interest ad- tho widow, Mary F. Wcl..,..., i .. 1.0 ,......,. ....v, r ,i, ...... IJ'ulBcd 200 square miles, lies In South Cen..v. 0,1,. , jfir it 1. .v tral Alniikn ami contains thcjoftlust Jccts of tho bill, section by section, Also the following described tracts inuntain In America. , with tho penalties attached to each of luud: Mt. McKlnlcy rises 20,000 feel Two lots situated In tho town of violation: Dundee, nbovo sea level. It Is nearly 0,000 First Unlawful intrusion upon bounded Ohio county, Kentucky and as follows: f;ol higher than Mt. Whitney, tho or approach to any vessel, fort, rail1st lot Beginning at a stone in loftiest nutmnlt within thu herders of road, camp, navy yard, or other place the Hartford and Narrows road on You Nrl ft Spring Iisutlvc. tho continental United States. There wilh tho national defense the north side; thence N. 83 degrees Dr. King's New Lire Pills will re- connected aro n few loftier mountains In tho or under control of tho United States, 40 K. Ml'.i feet to a stono in the winwastes of Hartford and Narrows road; thenco world, notably In tho Himalayas, hut move tho accumulated for tho purpose of obtaining informaN. 12 degrees 30 K. 208 feet to a nono which rlsvB so far ahovo tho ter from your intestines, any attempt unlawfully to stono In comer of L. P. Miller's "lot; of tho blood. Get that sluggish tion, or nolp.hhorlnB country. Tho valleys of with his line N. spring fever feeling out of your sys- collect or dispose of It $10,000 fine- thence. 171 reet to a stoneG9 degrees0 tho Himalayas nro from 7,000 to in soutuAt , 0 your or two years' imprisonment. your eye, clear feet and mora In nltltudo; thu tem, brighten temptcd delivery to a foreign gov- - WCBt corner ,of,IV,?; M'1'" !!; snap 28G thenco on a valleys of tho Mt. McKlnlcy National complexion, act that vim and twen- - tho ginning, uolng a part of the of good purified healthy blood. Dr. eminent of such Information 1'nrk ranRO from 1,800 to 3,000 feet r Iv vfntrt lirinrlnnmnnnt nc. fn limn ennm lntii r,n,i, .,.,,.,! n Wm McKlnlcy'u elevation King's New Ufo Pills nre a In nltltudo. Spread- - Sprolc by U. F. Uoan and Blizaboth of war, Ufa Imprisonment. prolaxative that aids nature's nliovo tho Hca level of Immcdlato obwa"x Dean, his wife, on tho 20th day of At all drug- Ing false Information In time-o- f try them August, servation, therefore, Is thousands of cess, to interfere with military or naval book 31, 1007. and recorded in deed 1 gists, 25c. page C10, Ohio County fiot higher than that of any other operations flno and llfo Imprisons Clerk's oITlce. Ilelng same lot conmountain, and tho sublimity of tho ment. Harboring of a spy flno and veyed to decedent by W. V. Sprolo IB HTIUCKKX DKAIi ppoctaclo it presents is correspondand wlfo on November 12, 1909, UPON GOD Imprisonment. AS UK CAM-ingly Breatcr. to in- which deed Is of record in deed book Second False swearing 37, page 520, Ohio County Clerk's Tho macnlflccnco of tho spcctaclo Ky., March. A. call fluence the conduct of a foreign gov olllce. Lexington, Is further Increased by tho fact that to God to provo his honesty was an- ernment or to defeat any measure of 2nd 'lot. Beginning nt a stone on tho upper 14,000 feet of tho vast swered for Leo Million near here the Government of tho United States Sf sido of Filzhitgh Alley; thenco S. - poles to a stono; thence H. mountain is solidly covered with yesterday in a dramatic manner. in any foreign controversy -- $5,000 s E- 82 W. G poles to a stone; thenco N. snow nud Ice. Sonio of tho highlit a'nurso, left ftr.o or five years. Miss Margaret frost, S W. IK llnltu tn n ntnno! llinncp H pUclers in tho world How from Mc-- her purso, containing n ring "and a. Third Impersonation of duly ac- - 85 w. 4 poles and 8 links to a stone; nicy's sides. sum of money in a store at Wades credited foreign officials same pan- - thence N. f W. 4 poles and 2 links s side of Fltzhugh Alley, and ally. "It Is an awo insplrlur region ot Mill. Iluturniiig to tho store, ,the S!,',,lc ?' !!5' ,E- - p0'es, "", wnrr.lvo mountains and Ico cnppd Fourth Fraud In obtaining or purse, still containing given tho containing 1 links to tho Pj;ikH." IiiMniro Urown of tho Gamp tho money, 'hut tho ring was gone, Ing passpoVts $2,000 flno or five appfoxlmatl.,y ,4bacre .'BoIng the VJrr Club, who ascended McKlnlev, and was tnld "that Leo Million, a 'car8- same lot conveypd to grantor hy .T. Fifth Fraudulent uso on counttu- - D. Halph and wlfo April 20, 1911, ti ?tj(let! hcfor.i ibo S'cnalo Comiiilttco farmer, who was tramping from St. seat or recorded in deed book 40, page 77, "Thu Piedmont IxjuIs with his family, had found felting of any Government $ Territorial commission $5,000 flno or tei Ohio Cojmty Clerk's office. Being J'lrU'.au, that follows tho range, af- and returned flic purso. samo lot conveyed to decedent on fords i hcaul'i'tl roadway direct to II. V. yours. ' Accompanied by Sheriff February 1st, 191.", hy Albert Cox you rei-- h Howell, Miss Frost began a search Mt. McKlnlcy, trd when Sixth Conspiracy to Injure or des- and wife, which deed is of record vanish mil for Million, overtaking liini with his troy property In any forelgRcountry in deed book 4(i, pago 341, Ohio tho I'lp.teau all with which tho United States is at County Clerk's olllco.- j on rco a view that Is unique on )ti wife and five children on thoplke. Tho purchaser will be required to cailli. You seclhe huge mountain ring," said Mill- peace $10,000 fine or tvu years. "I illdn't Uko tho execute bond immediately after Rale snow, rising llko a ion, "Search 1110. Topo God may part with good and sufficient security and Seventh Inspiring or taking lino of perp.,i..l In any military or naval enterprises a lien will bo retained on tho land grout v. till on ihv southeast. Yon to strllso mo- - dead if I took it." $3,000 flno as further security. rldo a pony t" where Mt. Mc.C'ttley , As Sheriff Howell put his hand against such u country Given under rny hand this 13th rise r,iii( feet above you i a vlit. into Million's pocket to start tne or throe years. day of March, 1017. will: l snow and 'n. It is search tho man collapsed and fell to' , Eighth Attempted escapls of intiTin;; OTTO C. MARTIN, terned persons arrest and cogflne-nien-t. 3713 ilutikoJ Ly stupendous :mim.:u:i'.mb Uio road ilcad. Master Commisisoner. Aiding In such escape M. L. Heavrin, Attorney. which inu'o n condcrful so.Sik for Sheriff Howell "withdrew his hand I fine re one yer. tho monster." from tho pocket. It held tho inKsIng Ninth Authorizing tho President MASTKU COMMISSIONER'S 8AKK. Tho south side of Mt. McKlnlcy, ring. muni-lion- s which Js tho gigantic cllrfiax of tho .Million and Ms family had lived In to order seizure of arms and 'Ohio great Alatknn Hangc, Is nearly ot war to be exported or used Clay B. Shown, et Circuit Court. ' hcfo'ro leaving St. Louis two years al.. Plaintiffs, It is covered by glaciers there .two weiXs ago to walk "homo. in violation of (ho neutrality and the vs. Notico of Sale. laws ot the United Slates. of enormous bulk; tho annual snow Garfield Barnard, .&.C, Defcudants. Pursuant to a judgment and orTenth Empowering tho President How TV Prevent Croiqi. fall In some places reaches u depth When tho child, Is subject to at- to arrest vessels attempting to do- - der of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court of sixty fcct. rendered at Its March term, 1917, On tho north cidc, however, is a tack's of r.iocD. . seo to it that he eats part orr errands of assistance to belt . in tho abovo styled action, for tho irolllng country dotted with beautiful ja 3ght ovcnlng meal, as an ovcr--! lgeront vcssdls in violation of Ameri purpose of a distribution of tho proby loaded Btoitach may bring on an At- can neutrality. Penalty for'coiivict ceeds among Uio parties to said aclakes and forests and inhabitod enormous hord3 qfearlbou. In fact tack, also watch for the first symp-to- cd offenders against these provisions tion, after tho payment of al cost, Including the cost of this sale, I will hoarseness, and give Chamber- -' $10,000 lino or flvo years. tho special reason why Congress set offer for sale at public outcry, Authorizing tho Secre- highest and best bidder, at tho to tho Eleventh apart tho region at thlH tlmo was to lan'a Cough Uemcdy as soon ar tho' curt Obtainable tary of Treasury, under proclamation house door, in Hartford Ohio counIn becomes hoarse. child conserve tho wild animal life. in of tho President, regulate the con- - ty, Kentucky, on Monday, tho 2nd of the invasion of hunters every Where. 1017, between tho ilcrct of all vessels In American ports day ot April, in (caso of war or disturbance of in- - hours of ono and four o'clock p..m., upon a credit of six and twelve tornationui relations, actual or months, tho following descrlhed propthreatened. Penalty for tvllfnl des- erty A certain tract or parcel of land truction 'or injury of any vessel, domestic or foreign, in an American In the bottoms of Rough River, near Hartford, Ohio county, tport or territorial waters, $10,000 and bounded as follows: Kentucky, flno or two years. Beginning at a stake on the HartTwelfth Punishing wilful injury ford and Owensboro road, a southor attempted Injury to any vessel en west corner of the original tract on gaged In foreign commerce by $10,-00- 0 said road; thenco with said road N. 21 W. 527 feet to a stono on said lino or ten years. road; thenco N. 84 V E. 3400 feet to sworn a stone on Peyton's slough; thcuco Thirteenth Requiring W. 305 feet, statomontB, in addition to custbmary with said slough, S. 1 0 W. 2G2 feet S. C4 Manifesto and clearances, by masters 521 Vi t 23G, S. 0& E. 153 feet, feet, 531 of vcssols sailing during a war tn S. 30 W. 252 S. 21, W. 172 to a which tho United States Is neutral. stake, R. Holhrook, V. Elgin's, or Fourteenth Providing for tho Bond Bros, corner; thenco with of search-warranand the their lino, N. 82 W. passing their aadl soizuro and detention of property S. T. Harnett's corner nt 1012 feet, Barnctt's and R. B. Martin's comer thereunder. nt 1730 feet, in all 3025 feet to tho V Tho bill was ono of tho hardest beginning, containing C9.SG ucrc3. fought of the last session of Cong- - Samo land conveyed to Felix A. Shaver, hy C. M. Barnctt and wlfo, and S. E. Bennett and wlfo, by deed of March 30, 1000, and recorded In deed It hardly seems possible that there is a woman in this book 3G, page 415, Ohio County country who continues to suffer without giving Lydia E. Court Clerk's ofllco. F0R FLETCHER'S Pinkhnm's Vegetable Compound a trial after all the eviThe purchaser will bo required to execute bond with good and sufficient dence that is continually being published, proving beyond security immediately after and contradiction that this grand old medicine has relieved MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE, a lien will bo retained on salo. land tho Ohio Circuit Court, .until tho purchaso money bonds are more suffering among women than any other medicine in paid in full. world. . the John Spurrier and R. II. Spurrier, ; Given under my hand this March 13, 1917. Adnirs. of the cstato of S Mrs. IttcKO Cured After Seven Month's Illness. Weller, deceased, Plaintiffs, OTTO C. MARTIN. IlL "For seven long months I suffered Notico. Master Commissioner, IllillllSIIII fromAurora, trouble with ecvoro roins in mv back MaryVfl. Weller, et al., Defendants. 37t3 a femalo Glenn & Simmerman, Attorneys. F. awl fifties until I became so weak I could hardly Uy virtuo of a judgment and orNot Like Certain Othern. iHB walk from chair to chair, and got so nervous I der of sale of tho Ohio Circuit Court, It la reported that Villa has shot would jump at tho slightest noise. I was entirely rondcrod at Us November term, 1816, his stpnographer for doing too much in tbo abovo cause, for tho purposo unlit to do my houso work, I was giving up hope of Therefore, reasons tho or paying all just claims against the writing. my sister asked mo to try over bcimr well, when j nstato or B. J, Weller, deceased, and Cfoveland Leader, It couldn't havo Lvdia E. Ilnl'am's Vegetable Compound. I took a distribution of tho remainder of been an American stenographer. six bottles and today I nin a healthy woman ablo to tho proceeds among those entitled Topeka (Kan.) Journal. do my own housework. I wish every suffering woman vvoiuti uy lvuia iiu ijiikuuiuu veguiuuio costs of tho nbovp styled action aud j Cnmnound. and - find out for herself how crood 1 ... . . . -. .. HprliiR Colds Are Diuigcrouf). tho cost of this enle, rwlll offer for u." .tuns. Kaiii, A. Ivjkso, 030 Worth Ave., Aurora, ill. it salo at public aurtlon to tho hicheat Sudden changes of tcrupcraturo Coidd Hardly Cct Off Her Bed. ,co,d? br,,ns Cincinnati, Ohio. "I want you to lenow tho good Lydia & Pink, day. April 2nd. 1017. at about tho ham's Vegctablo Compound has dono for me. 1 was in such bad A dose of Dr. o'clock p. tu.unon a i Beneral symptoms. health from femalo troubles that I could hanlly get off my bed. I hour of ono and twelro months, credit ot six the King's Now Discovery Is sure relief, hail been doctoring for a long timo and my mother said, 'I want you following t: described property, this happy combination of antiseptic to try Lydia E. Pinkham's vegctablo Compound.', So I did, anil it well woman. I am ablo to do my houso work has certainly mado mo a A tract of land in Ohio County, balsams clears tho head, soothes tho and am so happy as I nover expected to go around tho way I do again, Kentucky,- on tho waters of Halls irritated membranes aud what might and I want others to know what Lydia 13. Pinkham's Vegctablo Creek and bounded as follows: havo been a lingering cold is broken Beginning at a poplar, whlto oak up. Don't stop treatment whon reCompound has dono for me." Mrs. Josru Cower, 1008 Harrison Ave, and black oak and dogwood (now Kairmount, Cincinnati, Ohio. Is first foil, as a half cured cold a stono also) tho N. W. corner ot lief write If you wiiut special udvleo Muss. t6 Iiydla 13. Plnkliam MediIs dangerous, Tako l)r. King's Now Your letter will beoiKmcU, Robert DymoHd land; thence with cine Co. (confidential) Lynn, 1' an old lino N. U E. 290 poles to discovery UIJ your cold U eono Hud iiiwwcred by a woiuun and held in strict confidence, I I '-i'- -- AJiSKAN PARK IS n.u. which tho new Government railroad will bring Into Alaskn, tho road ns running within twenty projected miles of this greatest of nature's spectacles. Charles Sheldon, of tho 'noono and Crockett Club, who has upcnt much time there In. recent years, told tho Sqnutd Committee that several times ho has counted ns many as COO iiountaln sheep' In a slnglo day tf ordinary travel, and that herd? of. caribou numbering" from .twelve to fifteen hundred are frequently seen As a gamo rofugo and breo-lln.- ; ground, tho new National Park is tutted to conscrvo Alaskan gamo which elscwhcro is rapidly disappearing. As In tho csisu of the Yellow atone National Par: tho reservation" will servo as a perpetual" center of ll'iino supply fo.' large neighboring s. DRASTIC NEW LAW two black gums, threo Mack oci tyatCftatartalSrfcMDfaehml ;, 4Jf j f!MJ " - ; PMTfiil UHu Hil Bet 0 For Infanfh nv CJuIrlrcn. ! I "", '"i"i 101.-- 3 ri:n gust. 2: Mothers Knaw Tliat Genuine Cas'raria 1 " u!c IVcpnr.iljonrarAJ ,.1tlieluodl)VRc''tllV lotrtatfis and Hcnrcts -- -- Always off Bears th( yW" 'lVomounSDMcstipaj .usacssantlllcsLtAmuw HTOpIuin.Morplitncncr . Signature of NotNaucotic, UtUU rrmj:t SvA the-bur- den 10,-00- arMlhrtf 1. non-grlp-I- Loss OF Slecp sulttnii (hrcfronvinInancy,. rncSiraiJcSinatareof TimCENTAvnCornvw. ,i , nelpfuIRcraedyftr jpatlonand Diarrhoea t ri'xrhncss and ( J $ Use For Over MS '- sin-wa- xzix&zmmittirzatt in Advance Satisfaction Gnnr No Money Erect Copy of Wrapper. IB5nntoed NEW0s mzmgi - Tfiirty Years - TMicirrruneoMrAT. nrwronnerrr. , tarcii r lanosi LowcrttNet Prioos znt P. A. 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You are uurcd of rccclvinjr a M"afctory ewect tout:! durable tilgli grailo piano. tbW -- - Easy Payments Tou pay no cash down, but after 30 dar of trlsl, you can begin payment on the low. est. easiest terms ever suirccstcd by a piano manufacturer. These terms arc arranged to j cult your convenience, and It is possible for you t3 hty a piano for )cur borne, without . mlsal.is the money. f M Medkine r Women f to-w- aranicta lor zo yram. 'ftila iruKraatce hu Itatic f It cur 25 years of piano experience, und tbo repo tailon of an oM estalilljliedj ri'3ionlblc piano bouse. Evtrr Vea Cnnronloa Www ..f .u3.V.' Htarcic rianot 2nd-Ba- nd Bargain oiarcK PlayMMiMM targe j ana 60 Free rtiusio Lessons "To every purchaser of EUrck Pianos, wc give free muiie lessons. In one of the best knovm (school iu Cliicaso. The K9una you 'ran take la your own home, by mall. This represents one year's tn Instruction. number ot flifihtly used Fcconu-iianpianos 01 iu Undird mike tiken In ex chanpe fcr new Starck Tlino Tbo to'.low. aud l'lxyer-I'Imof- t. lpg nre a few sawple bsriralni 1 Ws have constantly en hand Weber Steinway Chickeruig Kimball ,S0.03 barfald list. $110.00 93.00 03.00 195.00 Starck riaycr-PIann- s art the and most beautiful 1'1'vcr Pluoa wi tor market, i'ou win w lighted with the nuny exclusive features ot these wonderful Instruments, and will be pleased with the very low prices at which they can be secured. Q let Piano 800k Fraa Send today for our nevr beautifully illustrated plana book which gives you a large amount of infom.a. tion regarding pianos. This book will Interest and pleasa you. Write today. Starck Second-haa- Send for our laUst complete P. A. STAKCK PIANO CO., 1313 Starch; Bid., CHICAGO For Forty Years Lydia E. Pinkhaiti's Vegetable Compound has Reliev ?d the Sufferings, of Vomen. ; iss-uan- ts You Cm Be Whatever You Children Ory OASTO RTA Want To Be . You can be a success, and a big success, if you hav HFil 1 IllUKHfa 11 ... sasiijs&.sa'asi! - Th zs, AMBITION, ERERGY, NERVE. The road to success is easy if you are properly proparedv A Business Education is the chief requiBito The big men of today almost withfor preparedness out exception aro tho men vho prepared yesterday. Wo proparo you for the ptwition that are wiiitinj; for iho. prepared man or woman. School to Bessioi-the- , ontiro year. Pupils may outer at any time aim receive proper claeeifi cation. epT -- to-wi- Bii fen 1 (Incorporated) lii Gil .' l OWENSBORO, KY. 4 rud "iMMnRaMHinmi ""' wumw ni ii wawjMtgnwarewgaegaeggaerra ayvyJUWflWBiglBiaZT Hartford Republican. Kntored SlKr.T VfL-- i tli ANNOUNCEMENTS. ; 1 3 W ' , BT 1 , Rt lit ' I if i, It 3 "1 I Notice Annnunccmcnla for coun- candidacy of K. H. HOWARD for the ty unices published In thin colimui un- Republican nomination for .Superintil the Primary, ?5.00 In advance. tendent of Schools of Ohio count. . H Subject to the Primary Election, Sin ii , District olllcos, ?2.r0. Saturday, August 4, 1917.' Editor i, I I'.-The following recipe shows how nn appetizing-rrrl, as ho ALLISON J. nARXETT i jii t. . I n t ri t it" i itiim and us wholesome cake can be made without expensive . B. TIXSLKV,..Bnslncss Manager Tor RcprPM'ntiitlvP. W. We are authorized to aiiiiounco the We nre ntithnrUed to'iintiotinco the In 111 ' f j "too nt.'i'r when ingredients. MAKO.V for vatulldacy of I,. I. KMIIUV for the candidacy of .MRS. I. S. for .Supen..iii ;. i ' ii;u Ihi Is not only to Address nil communications many other recipes the number of eggs mayfor Repre- the Republican nomination Itepiibllrnn nomination In rintendent of Schools of Ohio county.. lil l,i i Id in Che Hartford Republican. sentative of Ohio couuty. Subject Subject to tho Primary Election, Smor more by using nn adbe reduced one-ha- lf Saturday, in tlio Primary 'Election, ut day, August 4, 1917. I .1 ditional quantity of ROYAL Baking Powder, t i'vh piirr.haacd August 4, 1917. ' NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS bourse. i,i .ti it I i. ml about a teaspoon, in place of each egg omitted. For Jailer. 8aberlberii ilrlrlnK tti t.nr edit to n new U l" ltt IW I'of County Judge. Unmt and Tin r tsMreM must glrn Hie ulJ uttJn- - In iiinklnR tie CAKE We arc authorized to anuouueo tlo EGGIXSS, RULKT.r.SS, BUTTER-ES- S We are authorized to announce the i isuvil rltlln,; tlt'tiR ni iho nirt over reqne. candidacy of 5IACK COOK for tho candidacy of M. C. SIIROADER ffir I teaspoon nutmeg l 1 tup brown sugar rr line nd r. DlDfK LocnN nnd .Nolle trotir.lit to HiOrfe pan but no far, Republican ifumiiiatlon for Judge of the Republican nomination for Jail1 teaspoon cinnamon Jjieupt water line lor eiich iiildltloniil Insertion, i! !5 teaspoon salt . 1 cup (reded ralelne tlicro has. been m( particular Kcram-httho Ohio County Court. Subject lo er of Ohio county. Subject to tho J cupe flour Oliltonrlp", ltMiolntlonK nml t'nril ofjn inks.Sc 2 ounces citron 3 tempoons Roy! naklng Powder :imvt:;st llio H.irtrorditro lo ride tbo Primary Election, Saturday, Au- 'Primary Election, Saturday, August ) cup shortening line, monejr In ndraoii". 4, 1917. gust 4,. 1917. in ihih fVbkle. Church Notice for rliv In, bat othr The old method (fruit cake) called (or 2 cees I drcrtlneuie nln. to "T line. Wo are authorized to announce Our to announce the We aro will rewire no Anonymous coramniilrtitlon l DIRECTIONS Tut the first eight InRredlenti Into ssueepsn a..d boll (Ri tin and Mob 'candidacy authorized WKIUMNO for candidacy of .1. V. DUVALL for tho Wo iii'ili-cflour and of It. It. odd three minutes. When cool,BoVe the moderote bnVinis powder which have been Mention oven In loaf pan (round tin with In V,.ii'i'Jf olbor n.iy with lluiir the Iter Jbllcnn nomination for Juilge Republican nomination for Jailer of sifted tocethcr: mix well hole In center Is bet) for 3J of 0 minute. Ice with white Icintf. to tho PriSubject Ohio county. Subject of the Ohio County Court. ti- - fi 11 of aHgfu worms. . Won-ilir :1:3:-0-Dooklrt of recipes which economlie In eg" and other 2. Saturday, mary Election, Saturday, August 4. wmj liny il n't k'I :oiuu of Mrs. to the Primary Election, Ingredients, mailed free. Address Royal epcnlve -- 33 1917. Oumtorlani - t-........ August 4, 1917. Making Powder Co, 13J William Street, New York. a CO U'liirliiw'a wormyfuKB? JTelrmoro HuvaolI We arc authorized to annniinco tbo Wo are authorized to announce the Tin' I Tas r'i.Mnily a full cboko candidacy 'of R. 11. MARTIN for the candidacy of K. K. TIXHLEY for tho MARCH 23 SIMMY Republican nomination for Jailer of Judge Republican nomination i. ',, 'i c..ii!rr..Ur. machine gun tho Ohio County Court. forSubject of Ohio county. Subject to Ilui Primato .r on rryiilutloH pallcdm (Jur Nick tbo Primary Election, Saturday, Au- ry Election, August 4, 1917. .' o otiit r day. Till-- : DEVELOPKMEXTS. gust 4, IJM". Wc arc authorized (n announce this Im- i Jinny startling anil immensely We are authorized to announce the candidacy of S. A. LICE for the ReXotiro lit acoiher ioKiiuu where a events liavc transpired since, poitmi publican nomination for Jailer of u in l'js a uod ki I'tlr nn s tnd hug- - candidacy of .1. A. IIKLLAMY for the Omo ot 111'.' of hist wic. our Republican nomination for Judge nf Ohio county. Subject to tho Primary :y r r sale. We'd liVc lo bave that the Ohio County Court. Subject to Election, August 4, 1917. a- 'll as llio ino-- i sudden bum ' a a btiRffy. tbo Primary Election, Aug. 4, 1917 was tliercvolutlon and change of gov- Wo aro authorized to annotinco tlie Made from Cream of Tartar, derived from grapes, In Russia. The revolution, of criiinent ' ' l) n Kinff. tlio tree trimnirr, anys . We are authorized to announce tho candidacy of .1. T. WEDDIXU for the course, hail been brewing "several adds none but healthful qualities to the food. Republican for Jailer of thrn ho Kits thru and wanja to coihp candidacy of SILAS L. STEVEXH for Ohio county. nomination to tho PrimaSubject days before the world was authorati-vel- y the Republican nomination for Jtfilge .'dwii ho jlit saws the. limb twlxt of tho Ohio County, Court. Subject ry Election, August 4, 1917. No Informed of what was actually No Alum i '' and troa. to the Primary Election, Saturday, transpiring. It was known that there We aro authorized to announce tho August 4. 1917. In the Russlr.n was it a candidacy of CHARLEY JOHNSHX linast of Tli'i ;i!ir;B an pr'b-pEmpire bin to closely were the ac-- j Wi are iiuthorlzi'ii""lo announce the for the Republican, nomination for n'i ro ISi'ani and lcs tiacon than any candidacy of W1NSOX SMITH for tho Jailer of Ohio county. Subject to tlons of the Insurgents guarded that that It was not called .Immediately KK.VITCKIAX'S RODY IS li.iii'.cl of tbo sit me tlO undrr Republican nomination for Judgo of tlio Primary Election, Saturday, Auti no. ii.i'ii'l uulil il following tliff FOUXD IX SKWKK the regular session. i;n. tho Ohio Comity Court. Subject to gust 4, 1917. a a had Hon. aj r.caui'j ihtt Emperor a tho primary Election. Saturday, i'j.cb-'1- . 'T..ormer-l- y . " Nidi. lv Wo are authorized to announce tlio 4.T917. City, Ky., March 17. Central Tne Due. A few years ano Czar Nicholas did c then candidacy of C. A. SMITH for tho Rei'. i r o . l a lot of worrying because there was Wedged In a sewer manhole, when' ' Taxes to the town of Hartford for publican nomination for Jailer of i!io lu-c- i pi the got eminent Fur County Attorney. p'.a. at - it had been washed by a heavy rain. tlio year 1917 aro now Jue. Re- son" In his family to heir the RussSubject to llio Primary Wo are authorized to announce the Ohio county. lint fio mhii'l tomi fflinv,i'l Liiat lie no . , , .., ,..! ian crown. Rasputin was a hero tbo body of J. U. Langley, former mcinlier that the penalty goes on candidacy of A. D. KIRK for the Re- Election, Saturday, August 4. 1917 i lUiurtu. aaa il.c u.t.o lull .' " ll0 prophesied that one was to chief of police of Central City, who April 1, and savo this additional co3t publican nomination for County Atwhs v'-.- l r.'ititfcl. in Amerita for itlwnen Subject to We are 'be born and was still a greater fao- - had been missing since January S, by paying now. "Render unto Cac- - torney of Ohio county.Satirfday. Au- candidacy authorized to announce tho 1. ... M.l .1 Dl.CcI I 1. ... ...I.-of WORTH TICHEXOR tho Primary Election, with the government when tlio has been found in Kansas City, Mo. sar thr.t which belongs to Caesar.' gust 1. 1917. for the Republican. nomination for will p . luaiiom y oaopt Hie r puca - 'rite E. P. CASEUIER, Marshal tUe fQm Rclatlvc3 , , hts city havc bccn notl. 3Gtf Jailer of Ohio county. Subject to " . . , ... . ,., ..., au li- - i. i nw.uwtui whi'.h nasi" IILMI " , the Primary Election, Saturday.- - AuFor County Court Clerk. illJyctltlllL l JIIOI a llltic im liv-.-. wi w.J ..v...... In Fiance, .t.nier protn urct--s.RCMilutlonH of Respect. We are authorized to announce the gust 4, 1917. .nr. i.angiej iveiu 10 ivuns.ts as ou auu i once were, a King is .1..I...I . C .... Bn.1 rmnllu. I'liiTiilrloc. u.u..v. iuu... ...-UlUll " 1. ,n viol, llio enni 11 nv ' Cromwell Lodge No. C9U F. k A. candidacy of W. C. RLAXKEXSIIIP ,,1 .,...i -- . """'- - ,...l, ... lol,lr. li.f I..UI. rWM.nr ,.. .., Wo are authorized to annotinco the for ,, . , for Hie Republican nomination Ill truUi the ui.ee b m revou.t.on in BUUe""t .... M.. Cromwell. K.. Tho county. .1. Y. PERRY for tho . .. OUilO .UVIIUs. Lt uv n ,iC Scythe of Timo has cut the brittle County CourttheClerk of Ohio Election, candidacy ofnomination Russ.a it- by far tho must Important! , m( . O IIC 1U1L tltO Republican Primary Subject to for Jailer of the tail liays oti CU(tJ, happnuii? of life, and launched another Saturday, August, 4. 1917. Ohio couuty. Subject to tho Privalk. Until his body was found, no thread ar, a- - nuitlitb to international the t mary Election, Saturday, August e of our brethern Into Eternity, In spito of the war talk Ohio traco of the man could be found. interest, tor i.s influential effect may county politicians continue to mix When discovered, the body was in We are authorized to announce the 4. 1917. 0n March" the 4th, 1917, Uncla candidacy of M. F. CRUMLEY for the be the turning factor in the life of mingle and tell them the reason such condition that Indentlllcation JoIin Gentry finished his courso hero Republican nomination for County For AssesMir. the great ttruggle. Een "at this and went Into that land Court Clprk of Ohio county. Subject earth, and why. It will tako something more was diilicult. and the former police y Wo are authorized to announce craly ci.iie iis encct is. noted in evidently had been Bead for frm whoso bourne no traveler ever to the Primary Election, Saturday, candidacy of D. E. WARD for tho terifflc than war to divert tho course chief the and to one lanuliar with con- August 4, 1917. returns. candidates, some weeks. Republican nomination for Assessor through dispatches only an of some of our esteemed dlllons From our conversation with liim a of Ohio county, i Subject to tho Priresigned his position Mr. Langley Wo aro authorized to announce the ..iill.fi ni- ... n t t Iia iirMiinl rni'ppn ' '. Our army is too small in numbers, In Central City two years ao on ac- - short time previous, wo havo every candidacy of L. II. COXDIT for the mary Election, Saturday, August 4, wimlU n,t be a great surprise.. ment U8 aclvtIc, reason to believe that ho welcomed for County 1917. Republican nomination uJ nnd count of , hcaUh This bo,,, 1, uaui sl.L.1 here for urIllg tho ..poMUm Ulllltor.. dls. tho grim Tyrant Death, as n kind Court Clerk ot Ohio county. Subject shoul(J be ,)Ut the weakest For .Magistrate. to tho Primary Election, August 4. ' In o! tTloss oT American ton- - s r "ShUns wheel la at the orders In this county are believed to Messenger sent from tho Supreme 1917. Wo nre authorized to annotinco the NVws Grand Master to translato him from hub. That Is the secretaries of the have been responsible for a nervous, candidacy of W. C. DAUGHERTY for miire aiul h(c on tho high teas due to and Ho was CO years old. this Imperfect to that For Sheriff. aud Daniels, breakdown. tlio uepiitiiicnn nomination (or jusGermany a ruthless .Mibimrino policy two departments, Baker Celestial Lodge abovo whore tho SupWe are authorized to annotinco the tice of Pence, Roslno Magisterial Disdaily expected and the anlias candidacy of . A. RALPH for the trict. Subject to tho Primary Elecremo Architect of Tho Universe It Is singular that tho two main WOULD MAKE VIXEVARDS KepViean nomination for Sheriff of tion, Saturday, August 4, 1917. nouncement of the htnUins - thre-- i tilings OF KKEX RIVER LANDS aaa that carried Mr Wilson Into Subject to the PriOhl. county. (In. ted Suit mum ll'" l.itti-- r part ' Uncle John had been a member of mary Election, Saturday, August 4. appear otllee for a second term should Wo are authorized to anununco the of last week did not product Ute pro- Evansvllle, Iud., March IS. Rep- - tho Masonic fraternity for many 1917. candidacy of .IAS. A. DOLING for tho again at about the lor aaa l'llllllll ilui mhIi a (i.laUrtl- - samesettlement Kocnntntlvne ,f .. rr j. in liiftri flfm nrn. years, and was one of tho Charter . i b.-,..- Republican nomination for Justlco of lime war aim llio rauroau ly deed would ordinarily have. Tho We are authorized to announce the the Peace, Sulphur Springs District. pose to make contracts with farmers members of' this Lodge. strike. HRATCHER for act n overt in mt-ry- eeine ot' tho Therefore, bo it resolved: That In candidacy ofJsr-- nomination for Sher- Subject to the Primary Election, Satalong Green River in Kentucky for the Republican urday, August 4, 1917. word and it will limit llkel go down vast tracts of land to be converted his death, this lodge has lost one of iff of Ohio county. Subect to the One candidate for an Ohio county in history u the diriet c.iuo of tho ofiiQe says no one can He on If the shipping fa- its oldest and most respected mem- Primary Election, Saturday, August ' We nrn authorized In nnnounco tin- him dur- into vineyards. entrance of America Into tho war. ing tho camnaign because he has cilities of Evansvllle are able to ban- - bers; the community, a citizen will- I. 1917. candidacy of E. W. JACKSON for . aaa Dispatches' trom Herlin Irave no the Republican nomination for Jus1Ie enormous quantities of grapes a ing to sacrifice his Ufa for his coundone about everthing a man could Wo arc authorised to announce the tho Ponce, Ilonver Dam Disdoulit that Ueriuauy tally realizes factory may bo located In Evansvllle, try; hts family, a loving father and candidacy of ft. P. JOXEK for the tlco of Subject do. In other words, If told it's true. to tho Primary Electrict. what course .tho United States will where the grapes will be made Into kiryl brother. Republican nomination for Sheriff tion, Saturday, August 4, 1917. ; take. lie it further, resolved that a copy of Ohio county. Subject to tho Prireport reaching juice. erroneous An We nre authorized to announce the llio great retreat Hartford Tuesday to the effect that llerlin Tests of tho soli liavo been made of these resolutions be spread upon mary Election, Saturday, August 4. candidacy of J. Y. HAGERMAN foe along the western fiout as a strategi- tho Kaiser bad been killed failed to by representatives of the company tbo minutes of our lodge, a copy sent 1917.. aaa the Democratic nomination for Juscal unilerUMiig to Ihuarl plans of bring tears to the eyes of local and they havo reported It Is Ideal for to each of tbo county papers for Wo are authorized to announce the tice of tho Peace, Hartford Magisterthe raising of grapes. The vineyards publication. tho Allies lor a earetuliy planned citizens. candidacy of S. E. DENNETT for the ial District. Subject to tho Primary Democratic nomination for Sheriff of Election. Saturday. Aug. 4, 1917. O. C. AMOS spring drive. Tliev claim to liave so would extend up Green River as far aaa Subject to the Prlmaxv Ohio county. completely ilusstro.w il the lauds over G. W. MARTIN President Wilson should begin an as Mammoth Cave, according to tho Election, Saturday, August 1, 1917. Wo are authorized to annonnco OSCAR ALLEN. which they are retreat lug as to rend- investigation to ascertain whether plans of the agents. the eandilacy of S. W. LKCII for er the newly nccupini territory value or not those Indiana towns were For .Superintendent. and British. I toriiadoocl without warning. less lo tlio French Note -- Women who aro legally the Republican nomination for Jus- qualified, ary entitled to vote for itli- -i ot tie Ponce. Hnuvr Dam Mag- Another reason they advance Is a In both PriSchool Superintendent siil Ji'"t to tllO desire to ii. at ll.trrt, uuica v.anaie. Tho( gome of th(J camUilate3 for Jalicr mal y ami Final Llrnion v l.'t .'ii :. t .ii lay, August onch and UrltlaU. however, pro , ItlKht take tla. lnonty they wl speilll j TsT Hes m "5? I7 i.mT cloicly press.ig ibo rotreatng enemy tWMU,,l(t for'tlle OInco md buy them uiv authorized to announce Hit ' and have takm portions believed ja(1 o( tIlclr ovn). -military UnpM i.ii'co . tut iLiry were, xatB--y m ---"-M St gutu.iu. Thej &si .joaterilay Carralua mI ))eUer walt unt hc fin mam uv. il' il.eiren.ti troops have Kpar8 a of IjOWOr CalfornlJ been iu..a',ly brriwiu .a the pur.-ul-L aa b(!for(, ,, crows ovcr tUat Oiccton, EafflK and even llie h.it'lutvt liluiiilir ly til.' i T florjiiai - in ii i' W Vv H I'Hi Tlio railroads wanted tho striko n KtuiucUian m bnuiaky wauUins prevented so that in case of war they i ft ysa o tho var in turop- - it appiars that the wouldn't hnvo to train men. Germaiii. have (orusecn a mtccesstul Wtfc big charninrj WIl.L BE AT pprlug drive by the Allien and mo; Latest reports trom tbo front stato you prosculiiig ilifin unit llin ti.muiry that buglers all along the German of on they bellevo tli'-itoiild have lost lino Hie 'I tu ton. Hartford.-Ky.- . of for bewas t. It is at any rate the us a most Important moe of tlio 1917 .ll'DUK'S SLAVFR KILLED big wc campaign. following Will pay ll FIRE OF POSSE If is DRY GOODS. CLOTH-I1NTlio calling of an extra session of to all Congress lor April 2 Is the para-- , Dlrmlngham, Ala., March 21. SHOES, HATS, mount move of America this week in Davld D. Overton, former County 18 pound Hens, X gumo with Germany.- - Court c,erk UU(ler (loatll Bm,tcnco for If you Iho near-wa- r us pound Only a complrto withdrawal of tho tIl0 murtk.r ,n- jU(iB0 w. T, Lawler, 10c you will be glad. No 10 25 per ruthless submarine, policy, on the wa8 B10t t0 ,u,uh , tt mrmngham pound Ducks, 18c part of the Teutons, can prevent war ,,uburb tonight by a sheriffs posse up slow be 12 l-Geese, p'or pound ami even If that, tlio very improb. sent out t0 ca,,Uro him and six other who do pay. Try able, jdioiild happen thoio would bo pri,8onerH who had escaped from tho pound left a strong sentiment for a clash in day. jail early in tbo Guineas, this country. Tbo mind or tho( m a battle between tho posso and big American public is dally becoming ,0 prisoners, Tony Mallno, another on Get your now on! more poUonod against llio murder-'convicte- d murderer, also was killed high.. will be in is or3 and many foci that civilization 'unj j, Li ithcm, held oh a forgery y a. m. and titrtlii-- peaco demand our on- Chargo. was seriously wounded. The or uav. tranco Into the fight against tyranny, other convicts escaped. It la duubtriil If I veil as Hrnug op- c , position wlilcli lllllitiatrod armed Land For Rent, neutrality will bo found against an One hundred ncros ot good corn BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. nutual declaration of wtr- - The do- - and tobacco bind for rent, 1 L. p. FOREMAN, jnand Tor an oxlra session almost j unuiiluioua uinl the only regroiit H 30tf Hartford, Ky. Hortfonl, Ky ccorillng o Inw nt th Postoftl" a mnll mntter ot the second No Eggs. Milk or Butter (Tty HuKo .MeFlukc.) :ti . tin bnpr.s It Uncle . lo in n blm lie i - 1 t'l'f 1 1 i' tr .fi-ii- - r- ' j hvXcI-- . i BAKING POWDER I Phosphate aii-factlon s i Au-Ku- st - f-- ..-- -! tt.. ,, . 1 .1 ... il - ', .,., ... .., ....... ..., o) .. an. r- j Ccr-nian- - a I ,,. bi-e- ll ... s....i.v j.. A. i i j ofa j ,,, BB3S5JSS3fSSSs3SaSig S2SIBfJ y Y (53 9 hwi 3T v The place to get more goods lor your money. the 1 , ni Ts . in i - ' sfr0'0'4'0''V"VJr'0'400mffl t . re.-ul- - advances that every hand. The greater hear part our stock contracted arc selling it fore the advance and accordingly. it or anything pertaining to wear, see and save money. to save cent charged to those accounts to our plan. arc not ml IHII mm tvi ! I Wedoesdav, March 28 car. G, r i' I poultry brought per Roosters, per per the cash prices for I4c 2c emy Don't forget our Shoe Sale t j ' J. T. ViNS ON SON ! Turkeys, per 20c each 30c poultry this car while the Car Hartford market trom uaiance tuc B. K. SALMON 4 SONS, f t Livia, Ky. V K 1IS'- C J -" r j. .a.wrm.-j!K-f- !' Wf' Kt t -- iinruoruvnj. t .Messrs. YV. II. Parks ami M. a $:tno Harvard plnno that j KJim litivti lionttht Hiu Interests of V. !' KliMlclie In tlio Ohio County I will sell for $r0. A real bargain C. 1'. KKOWN, Ilottt'iiR Works, Imafri on Center y street. The deal was closed list 2 Hartford, Ky. and the purilm-iutook I In villi; added 4 high tired rooftters charge iuuiiedlnlely. Tliey will conand 30 liens lo my Plymouth Hock I Hock, I am now prepared to fiii'iilsli tinue lo opcr.itu lie lnilnva iiiuW lo inuko finality for 75c per Id. Spe- Ilic.Kaiiie name nnd erin-cf'KKS of jnomi mc diimlcnl tinproiementM enou cial prices on 100 lulu. . Deliveries will lio nmdc hy Iruek :i8tf MltS. II. I.. TAYLOH, when Hiu roads will permit. Mr. Hartford, Ky., It. Xo. 1. ShlfllMlo and .Mr. I.nnoy Hoover, for-niIInls, Hals, I tut Not hi Tlio ltln. niau.iRer of the plant, nKrre In it' MIhs Oarrlo .. ....noStevens . nnnounees 1 ii,o rain nimitiipt not to n r;iI n on- ... la-- K,lB(. U a itiBpiay or tne tiiui iiicro will (1(, )(Jit In K liiisiness th lest, smartest and most dignified Ohio county fo Ioiir as tho new own styles In millinery nt Hariri lJrosi,.r3 f ul0 oc., ian, uro torost- Etoro in Ituiikporl, Ky., from March t,,i t1(, enterprise. U" :!!) to April 0. This Is an Invitation t I to Inspect tho Hue. .MAHC'lf 11)17, I'OL'liTUY POOL i Miss Harriet Klener will leave ! Friday for her home at Cromwell . March 1017, poultry pool delivery after having hceu employed in the will bo nt the following points and 49 pnstotllco and sheriff's olllce here for following dates, viz.: toveral years. Miss Flener has madu Hawesvllle, Ky., Friday, .March 23, Mr 1 scores of warm friends sluco coming all' day and Saturday, March 21, unH' to Hartford who hope that her til local freight goes South. Lewis-por- t, Ky:, Saturday, March 24, In afwill not ho permanent. 4 "" Plows! Sprin s'will soon he here ternoon and Monday, March 20,. In Plows forenoon, until freight train goes and you will need them. I ? liavo advanced 20 per cent since South. Maceo, Ky., Monday, March u last year, but we sell them nt tho old 2C, In the afternoon and Tuesday, 4? We extend to you :i cordial invitation to visit our store last year price. Anything In the March 27, until freight train goes 4? South. Olaton, Ky., Friday, March 4? IJ Farm Implement line we have. 4"? 23, until freight train goes North. S. L. KING & CO.,. 4? t Fordsvllle, Ky., Saturday, March 24, 49 Hartford, Ky. Ohio County Board of Edu- - unltl freight train goes North. 4? Tho Whltesvllle, Ky., Monday, March 20, 4? cation at its session hero last at 'Phil-po- t, til which time wo will hnvo on display tho latest, 4? t.LCted II. L. Carter secretary, until freight train goes North. i.ay Ky., Tuesday, March 27, until 4? Among other business transacted, creations in HKADWlOAli, SPRING COATS. ' goes North. Calhoun, 4? ilii. hoard ordered ilfrco ncv school frc'sht train READY-TO-WKAKy., Saturday, March 24, until 2 4? SUITS, WAISTS, COAT hoii..etj erected, one In Pleasant Walk o'clock p. in., Llverniore, Ky., Mon- 4? y of all the 5 DfcU.it 15, Dlvl-.lo- n 2, Gum Springs day, March 2G, In forenoon until SKIRTS, otc. Alo an elaborate i l i t 17, Division 2 and IHeixOiyi ! freight train goes North. Utlca, Ky., District No. 4, Dlt.si6n 3. latest novelties in piece goods, including plain and J v Tuesday, March 27, until freight y Mr. and Mrs. O. T. burns left Reed, Ky., Mon-'dafancy Silks, Voilis, Organdits, Lawns, etc. I)ouft train goes North. for Owensboro after having March 2C, all day. Stanley, Ky forget the day. Come and bring a friend, and rei.ont tha winter In Hartford. Mr j Tuesday, March 27, from 9 a. in., 4? Hums 1ms been In chargo of the Gor-ii'.t- ti balance of day. Owensboro, Ky., 41 ? pays to trade with a house that member that it f tobacco factory on tho Ucnter-low- n Union Station, March 28, all day. 4 save you money. road, lio received last year's & Dundee. Ky., Friday, March 23, nil pool and farmers who day. Hartford, Ky., Saturday', March 49 It. id business with him 114a year arc 24, all day. Kronos, Ky., Monday, 49 hoping ho will bo hero again next March 26, In nfteruoon. Island, Ky., 49 car. Wednesday, March 28, until freight 49 917 llBirerTncn were train goes North. 49 Tho first-1j.niped yesterday wending their way The firm of W. E. Ellis & Bro.. of 49 'iuv.-m- l the 'jar pits below town. Hartford, Ky., having offered tho 49 fi' 49 U was later learned that their names highest and best bid, nre the success49 :.i ,uo K. D. Walker and O. F. lliddlo. ful purchasers. This linn Is known 49 V Itf publican staff photographer fol at nil the above points. They ngreo 49 lowed them for several squares but to pay for all the merchantable poul49 wan unnblo to get a likeness. All try with their checks, final payment rf , Uoubt as to spring really being here of checks on tho Dank of Hartford, MMM" MM MMM; la now dispelled. Hartford, Ky. ' Gillespie Bros.riiavo added a new Ipultry must not be fed on date Mrs. Walter Cox, of Lexington, to department to their shop on Uniou of doll very. yesterday for llopklnsvillo left They agreo to pay tho following vlHit rolatlvcii after beins tho ml est Lt. Several machines used in their ; lino of work have been installed and prices, delivered to poultry cars nt ..MAHCII 2JI of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Elgin. FIUDAY they are now equipped to handle nny of the above points, nt said times When in need of a good stovo don't inyst all kiud.s.of steel and wood ro- - mentioned above, t: Hens, tu, II. & HT. Ij. It. II. TIMK TAHLM. forget tho stove dealers. m pair work. Tho power Is furnished 17. 05 cents per lb.; Boosters, young p. m. ACTON BltOS., No. 113 duo at Ellmltch 8:32 by a late model Fairbanks & Morse 'and old, 10c; Turkeys, 20c; Geeso, Hartford, Ky. No. 110' duo at Ellmltch 7:30 a.m. gasollno engine. Theso 'men arc 12 Vic; Ducks, 18c, and Guineas, 3Qc No. 112 Lv. Ellmltch .. 3:40 p.m. a head. Planting tlmo Is now nt hand. Wo hustlers and expert workmen. Ar. Irvlngton .. G:35 p.m. liavo n full lino of Looso Garden They havo also agreed to purchase Wo announce Mr. S. W. Leach, of p.m. Lv. Irvlngton .. 6:50 Seed puro nnd clean. Dam, ns a candidate for everything brought to poultry cars at near Beaver. - Ar. Louisville . 7:40 p.m. ILEIt'S. Hartford. tho Uepubllcan nomination for mag- pooled prices. So tell every ono to No. HI Lv. LouIbvIUo . . 8:35 a. m. Tho above Miss Mnttyo Duke, who Is a Senior istrate In tho Beaver Dam District bring their poultry, ' Ar. Irvlngton ..10:08 a. m. In Logan Collcgo, llussellvlllo, visit- this week. Esq. Leach has made an prices are the highest prices ever Lv. Irvlngton ..10:40 a.m. paid at uny of tho above points. In 1:04 p. m. ed her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. excellent magistrate slnco assuming Ar. Ellmltch Duko from Saturday until Monday. tho duties of that olllco nearly four addition to tho above prices they M II. & E. K. It. TIME TAULK. pay 2 per for tho buch J. C. Iler will pay 3u cents por ears ago and. he asks that his of- agree to advertisingcent,this big moveSouth Bound, No. 11 D Ing and of m. pound for good yellow butter, 2T ficial actions bo endorsed by 8:45 a. Due. at Hartford... Everybody come Hu is well known in his dis- ment of poultry. cents per dozen for eggs In trade, or North Bound. No. IK and bring eomo oifo with you. y trict and lu tho county. and p. m. 23 cents cash C:fG Duo at Hartford., L. N. ROBERTSON, ,Tho dance given by a number of Sheriff S.n)."Keowiand J. A. (Doth "Mixed Trains.) AsManager American bhlp-nioi- it Hart lord girls at Dr. Beau's rink Caldwull n rally received a will be sociation. of fle hr;id oT registered llero-fo- j l;'i nl.iy mglit was well attended and P. ,S. The above prices will. bo and 11. Hilly enjoyed. Saver, il jnung lolks caltlo front n party In Moigan-flolpublished In all tho papers, dally nnd trnuuJipavcr Dam weio present. Mr. Ky. . now brimming T weekly, that eltcct this movement. It Personal News Miss .mil Mis. Kowun Holbrook and, Mr. will not be my fault If you fail ,to Mr. Itefinnn Benfrow and ". of loo in. Halon Benfiow, of Llvermori', isit- - and Mrs. 11. K. Loo Simnformuu acted learn of this movement. and Social Events-chaperons. as Several couples ypd their aunt, Mrs. S. J. Wedding L. N. Robertson. thin vee!. They 11U0 inado a short it lined ug.'innt tho hall Saiuiday o Now Ginghams in a big assortment of checks from lCc ilfclii. Tha muste'wuj highly comp- visit to relatives In Dundee. STOI, LOOK, LISTEN'.' Umented upon both occasions. to 15c per yard. Wo aro offering EUREKA FLOUR at following Mni'Kiilu lul'lims Implement!! Wo liantlio riceBp 8trlctly for cash: closinIn Owcnahoro bargains in Plows Plows at Mr. (1. U. Likens was h Percales in a big assortment of faiioy colored-strip- es tlio Celebrated Vulcan Chilled" " and .jt)i l)ng g-out prices. 9 yesterday. from 12io t.o 20c per yard. iiiiio uiru riows, uorn riaiiiQrs, 12-lbag S. L. KING & CO., .05 Sco Kck"ltlal'for Garden Breaking Dlbc Harrows, Cultivators, Mowing J4-l- ir bag Hartford, Ky. Organdies This is tho nowlitt plain whito material 37tf nnd light hauling. Machines, Hny Rakes und various 4S-lbag S 2.511 (lardcn Seed and spring Is coming, other farming tools. for dresses grid waists, from 2fcc to75o per yard. We also lmu-dl- o Miss Marlani Likens visited friend so don't put off buying. Get your $ 5.011 tho Wobcr Wagon. PJow tlmo 1 barrel,' In cloth . Fancy Whito Goods, consisting of check and stupe S ."itlO.(H) In Dundeo last week; wahtB now while our stock is plentiWill soon be here, sco our lino .1 barrel, In wood . $10.15 Voile, 40o to SGc per yard. ft county politics by ful. ACTON DUOS., Follow Ohio buying. All bags aro of sanitary cloth. Hartford, Ky. , small and largo checks, from 10c to hubscrlbluB for Tho Uepubllcan. Also Dimity-W. D. ELLIS fr BRO., 20c Prices subject. to market changes. Messrs. Edward "Duko and Cecil Hartford, Ky. Go to OhliT Co. Drug Co. for nil n. ELLIS & BRO. Linen Suiting, 32 inch to 30 iiichqs'wido, from 10c lo W. y for Akron, Tho KroHhTnon""of tho Ifartfonl , . . ... kinds Sporting Goods Baso Balls. Felix will leave expect to locate. i 25o por yard. 38t2 Ohio where Wioy Musks. Bats, Etc. iMibllr Speaking. - r , it.....H.l ...111 .... ...1.. nut' high school entertained tho Sopho-- f Pink and White, and Greon and Whito stripe Linen, evening lu thu auditor. Sets nnd n nior.es Friday Hammocks, Croquet An event ot the utmost Importanco r 113 I.V.MIIIJIUII mil in nil lum of tho building.' ... .. ul.,1,1,... Tnnlfln nl.l" . y Fmluufii nl- - wiu bo tho iow...t, meeting of tho 27 inches wide, at 25c por yard. compieiu iiuu ui as to his UniA destlnatipn. 3gjo decided ors predominated lu tho decoration. I Ai g. or E. ut court house, tn Hart-MusOhio Co. Drug Co Now Sport Goods, for dresses and skirts, from 25o to Rover.il .guests nlteiided tho party and games added lo tho enter- - j ,rd. Friday, March 30, wheu 'Mr. returned Martin Mls3 Maurlno given at tho homo of Mr. nnd Mis. 50o por yard. Tuesday from an extended visit to W. M. Hudson Friday night. After tallied and a lunch pt eandwlch- siraub. of Waiifuii, Wlscousln, will Over jsl,e.ik "on oh and chocohito was served. All farm-lotl- y at Cromwell. Silk Poplins in all the new shades, width 21 inches, afc her grund-inothtiiklng In tho "movies" tho young oung people ejijojed tho intoroited lu good prices on Dr. J. ItTPFrtlo attended tho Stn'to folks Indulged In various oldtimo 50o per yard, and in tho 40 inch' at $1.25 poryanU and weio thapeioiied by Mr. ,ftcro uli olh(l. farm ,,roductB, nro Association meeting at Louls-vlll- o games which were highly enjoy- uiid Mrs. Brown, Mils Dtiuc.in, AIUii Dontal ffpiiclally luvlted and requested to Practically every department is well 'stocked. Come Saturday, returning Sunday. ed. Leila Glenn and Mr. Cecil Fulix. bo praiont. All wool growers aro absolutely Lo'oso "Garden in and lot ua show you tho newest Wash Goodp, Seed acting for Mr. V(. II. Burton, At u me'ulliiK of tho BoanL of particularly Invited to bo present. guaranteed tn every re- Blaelc & Blrkhcad, sold tho stallion Trustees of Hartford College puro und also Silks. t Hear KTRAUU! ILEIt'S, Hartford. spect. Enunott Chief this week to Mr. MorDon't iiiIsh Hili Bpeaklng. the following t'.tcheti, young wcro eloctod for tho no.t kcIiooI year. A Commonwealth's Altoruoy C. K. gan Yloscr, of Inland. Rnilth left Monday for Calhoun horso Included lu tho consideration II. E. Brown, principal; Hmry .Klmrpt'ii i;vci tiling But your Wits. whero court Is in session this weok. bus also been sold by Black & Illrk-hea- Lrach, assistant; Miss Lelui Uleii'i, i0w points. ground on short Ellla have school; ti. S, Howard, Mr. ne by power driven tools. All kinds, moved from Frederick .street to j Mrs. Ned Tnrley, of" Greenville--, logiuto; MUit uorin flontr, niain.Jot woodworkinir and bhicksinllhlng nrconnoaATEi) Ellzaboth ,i0no to your batlsfaction. apartments in tho Foster proporty on Bp0nt Saturday and Sunday witji Mr. 'mnr duparlniuut; Servlco ' Mr. Tur- - i ,MUirii, iiiiuiiuwiimu; A. J. Williams. Mrs. Clay. and ,.. iniiu uiiiiuu utitlxaollMl . . -. .. I , t' .i... r....i... ...! iI.. I. iwi.u ...!..... .1i u I.1..1 u ...hi ...... TI... iuiuh; Mj. OILLISBI'IK BllOS., Mr. Fred Itobortnon arnveu yen- i'.ioy is irai t Hartford, Ky. lerdiv from Owensboro for a short wlfo oxpects to Join him at tha com-- ! nmlng tho naino with tho, uxueptlou jstl- . ft rj vioit wlth.hla naronts. Mr. and Mru. plolloii of her school work In tho ''of Mini Koliv. who tulcou tlio prl-- l glTTl!T-'- S ilopiirtiiuuit In chargo of Miss Coll Ou.Un lYr Kino Job 1'iUitiiiK. capital. maty Muhlenberg Joo Kobcrtsou. Tlio pnrtlcB to whom wc liavo loim- - Knthorlno Pendleton tills year. MIn wlro strctchem, plcnso return Pondlclon, wo nro Informed, wasrnot ACTON HIIOS., nil n.illranf for ilio 'daro next year. tlicm at once. cd I liuvc Sprin g Op emng Wed-nwd'i- spring 5"ift5iftjftAA5iJ? l Opening FRIDAY, I er I 1 " 44 U March 23 W ub-sen- Spend the day with us and feast your eyes upon our assemblage g of everything that's new and stylish in Saturday, March dii-pla- 24 MILLINERY COAT SUITS CLOAKS WAISTS ,'roo i SILKS Wed-iuu.t- y, MESS GOODS WAISTINGS SKIRTINGS : Jkz&l&Ca ! E. P, Barnes & Bro. Beaver Dam, Ky, ' ! VVVV99!9V?9V99V?9SS9fr I Hartford Republican. I 1 to-wl- Now is the Time When a Woman Thinks Of The New Snrintf I ... WASH GOODS Surely it both pleasant prjf itable io visit this store over with the newest products the to-da- 1 nl i t I . Hu-iiilii- j 3G-inc- b. ... j b. lie-fo- ro -- all-da- ic or ." oc--i,- d. no-hi- oward .ub-col-- 1 w arson Ok Co , t "' :i-n- ii"iw. i- Hapt'f'ord, Ky, 1 V I m : r II i i 9 Y W if iR g lfe cheat, Rtvlni? an appearance as If Tho oliJocJ. it exclusion In to prevent liccn entirely removed, and then dry liHiiiiiiiiiLtaaJkiiLiiiiiisnl ' w-- v jrcsjstJ r umy tho parts hml lioon llRlttly scalded, tho cfilitircn rrom cnrryuiR mo germs tnproiiRiiiy. mm win remove illVUILilli to removo tho dlseaso homo to children tho ltvo vermin. Jn order somotlmcallio rash Is not very innrj-,o- f wlilto hod- live yii; WITH Mnni-Rnl, especially In mild cases. Mko, under flfiy-llv- yinra or ago, or to ndulUi the crrb, which afo small which enmu : VIC IT I 1 II ITIuUUll mca8CH( BCarict, fCvcr Is communlcah-- 1 over In whom tho dlseaso,lcs slued to the hnlrand A I Is llublo to ho serious "or fatal. Tho to life In a few dnys, cut tho hair ilo lieforo tho eruption appears. case may ho so mild as to escape roc - disease sometimes Cannes nn Inflam- - close, or saturate u Willi vinegar, Mirriioi8 or oi.dkx timb 1N conization, and tho child may return million or tho ;onltal ori?nns of tho Bcjratnto Into small strnnds and use : J h comb or 'n flirt brush or n WAHKAKK HKI5N AC1AIN to schoolimftcr a few days' nhaenco person affected. IN KUHOI'R. This Is n 'form Of ulolh moistened with vinegar, until uom what seemed, perhaps, a slmplo , rink Kjn. ' 'soro throat. Such cases should ho aculo catarrhal Inflamtnnllon of tho tho nits aro nil removed. ! HOTEL OFAMERIGAM IDEALS 1 watched closely, and If any rounh- - dellcato niembinno of tho eyca nnil , Tho child may then bo sent baclc jusi of tho skin shows" Itself tho ocllds, cnupud by a Kcrm. It Is very tn tell tho tcaciier privately Comcn, Austria, March 17 -- In done In a thy where coed lioteli health olllcler should he Immediately readily commiinlcnhlo and at times what has beentuny" for tho head: n t,n Ansiro-Italla- n bound, Iht PanhiUu liJ the theater of wnr send n note, tell-gltho p.irents symptoms usually bo-- lectin In epidomlc form. Its symp-lo- r Tho Int. may bo met tho crudest and most noUlled. Il If ftret In Iht hctili ot lU tlireo to sovon dnys alter ex-- , toms aro ftwulllng and redness of tho Iiik J""' what treatment tho child primattvo along with the moat ad tountrjmen. Kre- - has had. ir mo result or tno ireai- n case of scarlet fever. I lids and surface of tho eye. i omiro t vnnccd of military equlpmt Arms drcm, of gut or incnt is satisfactory, tho child may apfl qMcnlIy lhcro h " of the stone ago .c under Ilftecn years oven pain nn exposure to the light. bo children instruments tho electric ttnionB Hcnco unnecessary exposure Cases should Lo excluded from school , Srnldes or Itcii. This Is a very of aRc. ally controlled, Indirect fire forty-tw- o particularly at an early ago, Is to bo till the eye Is white and froo from In- - readily communicable disease, a sort ' f"W centimeter howitzer stands avoided. When scarlet fever is pre- - Humiliation, "usually In ono or two of liiiluiiiiiiutloi?, caused by tho pros- catapult. tho valent all cases of soro throat should weeks. It t often conveyed by tho once of tho Itch inito In tho skin, -rxr From the ancient sclga tower to the be carefully watched. '.' j mso of the s mo towels, handker- - It shows Itself by ljilnuto points of modern turrcnt Rim Is often but a tho between The Towlratari n rclinnl, tho hlefs, nil"' like things by different irritation, especially Sore throat Is. Diphtheria. Kinglo step, figuratively. tluif. r I irtlfu!. Ill excel lingers, and on the hands and wrists, symptoms in its earl- - children. lent location on I'enruy vanu Hero may bo found infantry train- most prominent Avenue, lUI'i .in.l 11 Mt.Mf, 'jvueiio'flxi. stage. Later a deposit of nioni- , Trachoma in a term wliuh glvo rlo to considerable Itchnukc it a ilfjltable heAilinar ed In throwing stones, or liberating rst ing loiter, line thread-lik- e lines of tm for Wnhl cciuitci, toimit ranc forma on the tonsils or nt the ippllcd to a more or less chronic ln- nvalanches of rock by moving a slug par He, contentions, bVliooli ami . ne !.. .tivnnt T?tvnr la linlinlK liniiimntlon o tho Inner UniiiR of tho irrilaliou can bo seen on tho skin, i. i . .."." "i Several boards tan out oi lo lover. prominent. The 1'cwlatan attricti the . i,i- - niqun nml iinwn tlm mountain ' ri sent, with more or less prostration eyelids, resulting usually in tho for- - and scratch marks are prai le cf culture xnd tducation. of Ibe neck at the mm Inn of enlarged areas which np- - Kreimriiuy ine appearance is uiai oi Its tiroximity Id Slate, War ami tons of boulders to and the Rhinris ,,hlo rlchochct Cases Xiy letartmtnl, alio to mn? pear as small round bodies. These chapped hands or wrists. . nni" J""'8 r OIl-'" intereit, lointi of kill and main the attacking tjorccs. When tho larynx or granulations when very abundant ro- - should bo referred for medical caro makes tint hotel f'.ptcUlljr atTho knlfo and mace aro preferred to, and lender. tractive to a .Incriminating pubexcluded from school. j Is Involved there s Hoarse semblo small frog spawn. lic. tho baronet In many places, because vluclplpu Ringworm is a Mem- 1 he Pavrhitan Tho process, usually, If not always. ! . cflcri rooini upon tho enemy's position ic and difficulty iu breathing advance with Jetitclitd bath ft $1.50. It glvos croup is . with nn ncnto Inflammation, munlwiblo skin disease. fields, does i:.C0 ar.d np. Povmt with bv stealth, over Twulder , hath, fi.30. JJ.50 acJ vp. . and Is readily communicable. !and during the nctlvc period and tho rise to one or more circular patches I.. .llln Tho mod. noL lavnr crriiiK tuiu. Write for honllt! with map, " as hand i " Hie now Is Involved tl.ero is a .lis- exacerbations following, there Is al- ioval pctrad, now known CUFFO'!" H LIJVIS. bleeding. Mild wny8. ,t ot treated Immediately, a Hvlng nrganlsm on the skin and Is grenade Is a favorite. On the Isonzo dmrgo ano frequent Ihn Italtan uso a flviiiK mino anises arc hard to distinguish from wlUery or purulent discharge. This accompanied by Itching. Tho heal:.. frequently begins In tho center Mmnfr slninle sore throat. If there is any socrction is very contagious. " ,n lho .i.v.U. Cases presenting such a condition of ,lle rl"B- - W1,cn II occur3 n rn.r,,- tn llin .lavs of thoidouut me pnysiciaii or neuuii , iii.n. vtiii'., by a bald cn'" " ls characterized thirty-yea- r war, when artillery did should send a specimen from tho slioulei at "once lie excluded from throat to the State Bacteriologist at ochonl. or bo cared for in special' sni" ('asos should ho referred to n no more, Just that and and excluded from school' examination. The classes. In cither case they should n. "!' Tho the rock catapult bo handled Howling Green for Physician reports that tho two Tho nrtillery men. ofllcercd by disease manifests itself in from pre- recelvo medical treatment. by modern exposu.ro to a health olllcicr should visit the homes 'CIUI l""1 responded to a treatment individuals well versed in artillery lo live dnys after t0 bo ,10 loKpr ll source is glrosi of these children In order to Instruct ""," who can plnco a shell vious case. If antitoxin mathematics, ,i)0 parents concerning proper hyg-no- of coniagion. freely within the first twenty-fou- r ten miles offjn tho very spot where IlrlHligl Oiutiiglovi. This Is an there will be no deaths; but if icnC measures, and to discover, and they want It, one finds that tho macommunicable delayed several days death mny re recommend for treatment, any other acute inllammntnry chine used d lifers nowise from the vakv of acuto or chronic inflammation illsirit-- of tho skin. It Is characteriono employed by tho Unmans in the sult. Slmplo sore throat of the eyes that may bo present In zed by the formation of one or more Tonoilitis. ficlgo of Jerusalem. Its main prliv or blebs tho slzo of n spilt cipal Is a beam thrown forward by All cases of sore throat should be other members of the family. Symptoms which should always ex pea. which in a few days pass into suspicion, and bhould be viewed with steel springs. ycllmwsh crusts. It Is quite common The chemical fire which tho Greeks j excluded from school until recovery, cite the toacher's suspicion of a com i no sores simple sore throat Is municablo disease. Redness of the!n,""K ollnpr cniitiren. used to destroy tho Persian fleet Is both becauso usually found about tho mouth, ono of the othcrrnnclent war means itself communicable, and because the eyes, cold in tho head, soro throat, jnre noso nml " lno hands. Cases found along the Italian front, tho it oar throat may be the first sign of cough, swelling about tho throat. 'c'n. j bhould bo refercd to n physlclnn and GUARANTEED SERVICE and rash. is by no mians limited to this theat scarlet fever or diphterla. to rcturn t0 9cho1 Ono hundred per cent In whooping itet o cry From Aiutoa.lI.Ire.,'fiI)Is-'on,-er of war. Whooping Cough. 3 jwhen well. value. Special work for W. ca.es. cough the patione has an ordinary O. W. cough for a few weeks, after which Convalescence. After an attack J TIJK LADIES' HOME JOURNAL, W. F. STEVENS, more characteristic cough sets of ncuto disease thcro is a more or the FOR FLETCHER'S EVENING POST R. F. D. 7. Hartford. Ky. In Tlnrlni? this snrisinnilic Ktnire the 1pr Iinrrhv nprlnil nf irrnilu.il .in. Tilt. SATUIlDAl Representing Continental n and THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN cough comes in spens, during wnicn proncli to normal iicaitn, and g Marble & Granlto Co. the face is puffed and red. the eyes . child should not be subjected to se- - J w,sn ,0 secure the spare time of n Syinptons of Disease. Karlj are congested and watery, and a vera strain on its return to school. ma" or woman to act as local repre-lou- d of Fever marks tho beginning in Hartford and vicinity, whooping sound Is often made (The teacher should see that the most children's diseases, and is in- when tho breath is drawn in after healthy pupils learn looI'nS after the renewals of their jons which the by headache, weariness, tho cough, this differing unmlsUik-- 1 v Ithout fatigue arc not allowed dicated to ma"' subscriptions In this section. Worn tin. "Wants languid expression of tho eyes, heat ably from n croupy cough. Some-- ! rove a burden to a child recently nnu introducing tnese publications f of tho skin and rapidity of the pulse. times tho paroxyt.m of coughing 'Is f PimmmomJ nau fitnilnro tirlll. tn , uu " sickiic-ss"" .mvui. and snc-uiUsually the cheeks aro flushed, but accomplished or followed by vomiting rtiovcrcu irim also be particL'ary watchful that In n'ndo ,n Ba,ar' and commlsf !on. Pre- they may bo pallid. Whooping cough ls very readily comwith Lis fellows he does not vlous experience is deslrablo but not Mcasdcs. Measles is tho most municable In the early stages and 13 tranies For defalls address, with overtax his strength. Tho muscles "sontlal. readily communicable disease of a serious disease for young children are often weakened by tho dlseaso, references. Hox Gf.4. THE CURTIS FOR childhood. Tho first symptoms arc and cases should bo excluded from lu.mi'a.m, indcpcnd- - Dissolved PERSONAL HYGIENEstop auu not a few cases of heart discas- In water for douche those of a cold. Tho child is feve- school until after tho spasmodic enco Square, Philadelphia. 1712 pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflamhave their orlgn at this time. If a rish, and the eyes aro watery, some- stage has passed. Tho disease apmation. Recommended by Lydia E. child convalescent from scarlet fever what reddened and sensitive to light. pears about fourteen days after exPinkkam Med. Co, for ten year. contracts a cold the Infective ngent A healing wonder for natal catarrh, There is a discharge from the nose, posure. may be present in tho discharge from oro throat and sore eyes. Economical. feezing and a hard dry cough. These Petro-Ment- a nj rrrmkJl ivrr. Hu titnotSntrrtlnu'ma There were- - 18,100 cases and 362 the noso and throat, hence the health Relives Piles symptoms often last for three day? ISvuuFim, 5(V. all tbvctoli, forton. NIm. T deaths from whooping cough in Ken- olllcler may not allow scarlet fever jjm3. TWHqTcJhCc7ipet. No matter how stubborn the j before 'the rash appears, but the tucky during the last year. oaso may bo Pctro-Mcnt- a cases to return to school for some will virulent germs are present In tho bring relief. A trial will convince Smallpox. If tho law requiring time, always giving the. school and discharges and are readily dispersed you. For salo by Ohio County OVER CS YCARS in tho early stages, and the dlseaso all children to bo vaccinated before community the benefit of tho doubt's. being received into the schools was CunipIicafiiinH. Many of the Drug Co. Price 2Cc. EXPCRICNCC ls said to be readily communicable or "highly contagious" from the enforced, the danger of a smallpox acute diseases of childhood are folThe lowed by complications, and teachers lirst. Hence the teacher must not epidemic would be removed. should, thcreforei mako U ft diould bg on the lookouofor them in wait for tho rash to appear before teacher new" order that they may be-- brought to tho child and notifying practice to inquire whether u pupil has been vaccinated, and if not i the attention of the child's parents lho health officer. Gray colored spot? rnAoc Marks ' In- Desicns usually uppear on tlte inside of tho the child should be excluded under After measles, or scarlet fover, Copyrights c. examplo of a good vac- (lamination of the car lending to tho law. Tho check about two days before the Anrocn nn.llna ,a ft rlrhoihl docrlpllnn niT p cination scar on the arm of the chfonlc deafness Is not infrequun i qiitcuir n nf C rt!tor an raah shows on lho skin. The skin .IIITOVI i nr.tlOTUP teacher itj a wholesome ono, and It A weak heart often follows dlphtcr ;: til' 'outt eruption Is a blotchy rash, njjpnarlni; Is a violation of law to teach without Tlio poison or scanei lever may lirst on tlte face, later on tho neck It. Tho smallpox rash appears from feet the kidneys, and this Is usuallv c. and body. The symptoms begin from two to four days after tho beginning shown by pufltuess under the len to fourteen days after exposure of an attack, which resembles grlpy. and dropsy. child under five. to lufestiou. FARM LANDS and City Residences Comuuiulcalile Skill Affections. Backache 13 a symptom rarely absent. aro now selling at a low cost, Pediculosis of the Head, Ileud The eruption begins when tho paly to dlo of menbles than a child of but don't expect It to bo so altient often seems to bo almost well. Lice, ir Vermin. This purasito u. ten years of ago. Hence exposuro ways. If you ever expect to own Tho rash appears on tho exposed on tho scalp, usually on the back hhould be avoided whenever possible your farm or your homo now is parts of the. body, tho face and hands part. Tho egg or "nits" aro small, especially at an early age. Thero particularly, and consists "tho time to buy. d of firm, whitish, bodies, about were 13,300 cases and 2CG deaths shot-llk- o pimples, which develop in- the size of the head of a email pin, , from measles In Kentucky Inst year, to vesicles aud tlicn pustules. Tho glued to tho hair some distance from w "AYE several farms Hated In (.(riiian M entire. ThlB Is a very unio county anu mey can ue usually appears, within four- tho scalp, somowhat resembling disease jnllil dlseaso, In which the rash is had for rcasonablo prlceB and A sus- - scales of dandruff. teen days after exposure. The parasites ' usually smaller and paler than In tilnlntiQ rncA Rtinnlff lio Immeillntelv liberal terms. If wo do not fcTOp and cause itching j alack tho measles, and apiicarsiilniost always , , havo tho particular farm you deum, Lcalth offlclcf M. and scratching. Sores often result, j at the onset. The disease develops titled. , sire wo will mako efforts to cct McCAIX PATTERNSpttft fit, llmpllcit . n . scaly eruption may bo , and a moist, Celebrated far itlf, anywhero from flvo to twenty-on- o k rtllibilllT rirarljr 40 year. SoM in near! (t for you. Chlckcnpox. Tho eruption ot found about tho mouth, nostrils and ecry city and town In tle United ht:i!e an days after exposure to a previous I Canada, or by mail direct. More fold thai Children with live parasites ! chlckcupox nppcars after only slight ears. case. Scnrlet fever is sometimes IF YOU want to move to Hartford J any other make. Scud for tree a. with "nits" should bo excluded MAGAZINE confused with German measles. That fever for few days, and consists of or where our children' will have tho MtCALLSluotcribers luan any otnti fathloa More vesicles or small blisters found main- from school until cured. On account U tho reason why it Is so Important advantage of a good high school Di3;ialnarallllon a month. Invaluable, LaV per drcumaklnr, millinery, tit alylet, pattern!, ncedlewuili.lialnlimliip, to isolate all cases of supposed Ger- ly on tho back, chest and abdomen, of tho unimportance attached to notify us. Wo havo houses and plain acwlnir, fancy which dry up on the second or third sonal cleanliness In many families, etiquette, rood (lories, etc. Only CO ccntt you can man measles. i lots for sale and bcllcvo year (worth double), Including a Irce ruttcrn. may encounter opposition I The eruption comes out in bubicribe today, or tend fur (ample copy. Scarlet fever and day. am niiiiiiAniiliiA aw filinimnln rlnf'ti teachers Scarlet Fever. select ono from our list to your aarMn parents or children excluded ' from l WONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS "" ""-"bcarlatlna aro different names for tho liking. to Agent. I'osUl brlnRi jurmlum caulojrut ulseaB0 " very communlcab o. for this cause, anil must ho firm in ' dlaca.0. A mild case of the;Tll and new cash jirlxe ollcn. Addicta bo,CaeB 8houIid bo excluded until tho iuslstlrig thatthorough treatment be j wu HAVn a comfortable homo In he ucCAU co. xst i m w. I7ia su w veu disease, called scarlatina, can ' a,,3 aro off and tho skin is mooth. curried out, i.,Kt n r.rin,, i uK r,.Rn n.,,1 lust Hartford, modern Improvements Notice to I'arents. . BTMM .TCn germs are J"18 ,uean,8 a Pcrlod of two or thr0 and a good garden in cultivaus contagious; that is, its Wliou a child Is excluded from ijiu uiouaou vuuivo ju mmuu vL'nfti tion for oalo or rent. Place as llablo to bo conveyed to others as fourteen days after infection. Tho school on account ot an unclean head rents for $10 a month. those from a severe case. by vermin, or their egs, tho Scarlot fever usually begins qulto 'health officer should bo notified if a caused Is following remedies may bo used In ciiiCBUiipu nhrimtlv wilt, fovor nn.l nftrm wllb cabo ol susiiccicii 8cno1- - especially that ho order to euro tho condition: ! l,d Cull on or address vomiting, which is one of tho first Tuko a halt pint of coal oil and a effects of tho poison on the nervous my bo, sure that It is not a caso of half pint of tweet till, mix aud satuSucceed v.'hen cvcrytldnf,' else Tails. systom. Usually nt tho samo time " BARNETT In ncrvoui prcstratioa and female Mumps ls a swelling of rate tho hair and scalp thoroughly TINSLEY Mumps. Is a sore threat and frequently thero weolcnesse they ate the bujircmo Do careful to remedy, ai thousands havo testified. ttbls is tho first symptom. Tho child the glaiids just back of tho anglo ot with tho mixture. Real KsUte AgenU, contact with lamp or other has a very rapid pulso, out of pro- tliu jaw under tho ear. Children avoid FOR KIDNY,L.VERAND portion to tho fever. Tho rash ap- with mumps, or thoso who havo flame. Tie tho head up in a towel STOMACH TROUBLE Kentucky. so over night. Next 'vu it i it Is the brot medic bo ever Hold pears twelve to twenty-fou- r hours come lncontnct with a case, should Republican Offlce. 1 morning-wastho chlld'B head with over a dngris'a counter, after this sudden onset, commonly bo excluded until tho health ofuder j tEeMHBWMMKIMMrtHHMMUJHeWMH ; Uoth' Phones. ou tho neck and upper part of gives permission for their return, hot water and soap until tho oil has ilrst in inn 1 nnam AIMI.IrlU WrAillKil tf H"ris Profossional Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KY. Will praotlco his profession la liU and adjoluliiR couutleti. Couunoriilai aud Criminal Practice a Specialty. 1 o, iPOWIATAll pMmaiaMtf flno-toot- Mp nn "0.ETAYL0R.CJL Beaver Dam, Ky. Hifjhway and Drainage; to. fi$88M Design. bo-si- rock-throwi- ri .v. DR. 0. E. HART D.V.M, VETERINARY SURGEON HK.WKIt KV. Ofllbo JnuiCN .... .- I Tnlor'H I.ivcry ilurn. a "'' ... .. liKrm. com-hpclt- pit-va- te ."i-Ia- ....- :,,.. '"' 1 muii UrdT J IlaVt TTV UlADC-MAnn- 1cuui.r I on ! ": il'rtu'vauarifip jiMiiunicrrM. Hn4nvdcl iiotuor li.lcU fur rRCC rnrt ttnuhii:ty. W yran" irant-n- . OUR- PASSINQ RIFCI'CNCCB. r f r UuU. vk on ITrntalil fair ill 111. tn B03-50- B n.. . i ...Lvriulm... ((.. ..wnnfcMv,Kt . II ..... ),btiuii PATCNTfi! rn t K.l.., ..m.. (I.. I. ir I I I S JZE2i& BSiaeQBaE.'l rotuitly i.uun.r-- In ' .. I ') ' Sovnnth Strsot, mnaniMiiTOlM, D. c. Mm & WILL YOU TAKE OUR. 3 If? "'" j , i hlli-tcr- GERMINAL REMEDY A j Treatcinl WEAK iBfc;-?A quick for 1 LUNGS or j CONSUMPTION V a,cd Children Cry coucht, palna In chcrl. nliht twcali. hemor lun or cohiumptlon. II ll ihjcn. It ceate )re nalblol. Ikelp C FOR ONEliicJ.MONTH rundown ff flint, rclifltor lhal wk dt KSiK?. CASTO RIA OHIO MEDICAL CO, KSLLthe COOCHI ANO .... ' Every CURE THE LUNGS I Dr. iCijig's New Oiscovsry w,th 1 ''ul," ai CflR un AND All i QUARANTKED SATISFACA'OB OH MONEY UEFUNDED. TiW poti'e Tito THROAT AND LDNGTROUOIES. OUCHS OLDS u&VWto tea. 3 lTI Real Ijjrnjra ffffT 4 i PROCUHCO AND 0CrCNDlcp.,7""" tr&.i.MiAjkl w to oUAln iu-ou-, rrw Hit m t m.mL ru irj ai rniiriTnirn. iW.1 lfasAItc Jluilntts JirretnUk mney fllJ " vm .anrj UHtngemcnt .. r miiA Jit Stmt, rjttrw n r VnlM BUtM raUnl tSrt, WA3HHNQTON. D. C. irfvrrit9 mcuee , wtiyiivciy. taunt Jtj I Estate! it -' m v pear-shape- , popu: LJUOffiCHANICS 300 cit-lct- A1AGAZINB ARTICLES-300 i """ amo Mrrnonla nnil lnvntlnn. For Pathvrnnd Son anil Alltho ramllv. it rnnr-altoalldabscs Old nnjYounff--M- fn and Women. U la tho I arorltu Magaslne In thousnudaof iioiaiM inriuaiiout tbo world, (iur roreun i ion iimauuta aro rgnntantlr vn tlio watia. for Itilace new aud lutarwllos and It le i TPXP Informed of the World's lv- Lnirlnpcnnir. ILLUSTRATIONS ProKres In Written So You Can Understand III i "' i iitters eetilo i iimia ior Dhop none aua njr wayj iur v inynian to do tulnua arnund tlie Uoioe. u irMl Tor tno unfa a (ilrUHl.ollkeiuui'ikoUilngx'xllf loniakeW Ire- Iraa an I 'IVIoiir.li Dmilla. Knglilitt. llotota. Huirw l Miihk Juwilrr. I'uijiltiire, ele. I'ontulna Ui tructlniu for tho Moi.lualc,Oaiucr and Hiort.msn VCAR SINQUI COPIES, IScI l.80 Onir inn t Um aauu amluiH m eMt fcampie copy Mill be eent ou requeat. I lho rp Nolae DepaHniMl ViO l'aaoi) ccntaliul V PK ln POPULAR MECHANICS MAGAZINE! u v micmiin avtnui, bltiwwo ni POSITION hnalnuKiin.-nliuloruu1 QOOD 4 Hartford, 0 If voti tuko tbo Drnuglion Tralulaif, th . tralnlnir tluit Yob rulufAa, Kf. Secured er Your Money Back h y I m "f .. fi. iii'- - J, " JKplirr-i'i- r --r- -- "" ' ""' 'l. I"l "" " ';" -- ,M,Ml " M II Willi I .1111,, m i --- ,IPII - IIHMI II) . ;;ijM ,r"" " "-- " -- . ti -j,- -t. jrr-jj.-aL-. ),yf'rtllnie'-'- - J IMHei n ayjin ... - JB MiBMiiiiiiM ?'.1M t ;$&VTO9MS$Sra$froS. tho enro of owes at lambing timo have boon received by tho Univ- tm. Kxntnlny the nests while tho hens ersity of Missouri Colloge of Agricul-turThe most common complaint are feeding, and If any eggs arc Is that "tho owes heavy with lamb broken the remaining eggs should bo walk with a weak, unsteady gait and wji'licd In warm water and tho nest latorgct down and seem to bo pnra-llzc- d tle.iued Moisten the earth around In most the nett froiiueutly, and on tho In tholr hind legs." cases whero these symptoms have oc- el; hteeuth day of Incubation thu eggs for two inliiutip in curred tho owes have conio Into n condi "arm water (103 deprces K.). This i lambing season in a voltens the tuemt)raues inside tie tion. In many cases too much corn. shell and results In a greater wr corn stover, corn silage, timothy ha ( itagu of chicks hutching. out straw or himllnr feeds. Iinvo been j fed". Such feeds do not contain sulll-- I dent raw material for the mother to FOR FLETCHER'S build up muscle, bone and blood. ' t Alfalfa hay, linseed oil meal und -liriin tiiiihI lif. fiil. lluhj's Kstate Asks $10,(100. j Hreedlng Owes that are may have What rights an thrifty condition in tho fall can bo' who lived only one Infant and whos'j i hour t carried up to lambing season on injuries occured prior to its birth jgood alfalfa, cow peas or clover hay be established vhena suit filed i i will a month before lambI However, about lu Circuit Court yesterday comes to ing it is advisable to "feed about one- decision. The sum of $10,000 .dam-. -' i htalf pound of grain per head per . ages Is asked In behalf ot the Infant s A grain day rntlon of six parts ' estate ""fcorn, three parts bran and ono part The case was, brought by Robert j oil cake, by weight, has proved sucI. Page, as administration for the A double handful of this cessful. 'estate of Elizabeth Mason, .igaiiist ration will average about one-ha- lf the l.oulsville'Strect Hallway Coinp-ilnTlio Climate Is Delightful on tlio Beautiful Mississippi pound. After lambing It will bo Prior to the child's birth, the necessary to Increase the feed to one mother, Mrs. Margaret Mason, was pound ot grain up to the time pasture injured In alighting from a street fs available. car on March 'l'i, 1U10. Some tlmo Some native ewes are trouble J later the child was horn and lived with "nodular disease " This dis- only one hour. It Is contended by lodging I ease is due to small worms lie plaintiff that this period of life DURING MARCH AND APRIL in the tissues of the intestines, and a entitles the estate of the infant to mass Is formed small tumor-llk- o lecovor damages in the extent of around them. So far as is known $10,000. Enjoy tlio Lalmij air and sunshine In this enchanting Suit for similar amount Js llio trouble caueed by this worm Louiswaa alto tiled by the mother. land of ilowers. PlaiJ" golf or tenuis, motor, fisli, sail or "due to tlio decreased area of diges- ville Herald. remedy Is The only known tion row. Low round trip faros, and convenient train service. liberal feeding. .lolii'i "Wi-e- s Vp." " f John Chinaman is wise as regards , Spring Hee .Notes. . litigation. "Going to law," Jie hays, Tickets io Now Orlonni mul Gulf Coast jxlnis via Louisville season ...8 iolg u cow for the Hnkt. of Spring Is the dangerous Noshvillo R. R., pormlt slilo trip to Penjacola ot slight cost. 5 ifor tho bees. Starvatlou may 1"- cat " Spoltano (Wash.) Spokesman 1'or lllmlrnlcxl Ilturnturc, schedules, etc, applij to local overcome by feeding with tho dlvl- - n,.view representatives oi tho Loutslllc & Naslivlllo lv. R. or odJross . sion board feeder ,t R. D. Puseij, General Pas5cn0or Agent, Louisville, Kij. ' SAI.i:. Feed early In the spring before MASTHU COMMISSIONKK'S Ohio Circuit Court. "warm weather Keep rye Hour In a box on some T. ti.vs- UISICIC, I'lallUHI, - Xotlco. rlean, bright hay in a sunny-sheK. P. Heck. Defendant. stock, for the Uy virtue of a Judgment out of tho reach of and or ' bees lb work on every warm day un- der o'f sale or the Ohio Circuit Court of pollen rendered at the June term, 1915, In til nature furnishes plfiity tho aboe cause, for -- the sum of! which they will collect In place of $500.00, with interest al the rate ot Hour. This will help a pre- the cqnl per annum from the 1st) day of January. 1915, until patd.ahd ,vent spring dwindling. A rirll costs heieln, I will oiler for nliil Atnv If lc tlui M?irMi bees'that are most' valuable In nro - W j'V.0 "c"" at "? V S , iiuusc ui'ui iuuiuxmi jvu.ii duclng strong colonies and abun'dant on Monday, hitho 2nd day of April, surplus of honey. . . 1017, about one o'clock p. in., upon Cut out a ci edit of sK mouths, the following Do not ralhe drouei.. dioue comb with the little blade ol described a property, tract or parcel of Ueing certain jour pocket knife, und make wax land in Ohio county, ICy , known as of it. A frame of drone comb in the lot "So. I!, In the allotment of tho brood chamber means a dollar lost -- lauds of Joshua Maddox, situated in liulletln KtS, Farm Heekeeplng, Ohio county, Kentuckj,on the waters Wij.st Prong of Lewis creek of Missouri Agricultural Kipetlment andlittle bounded at follows: Station', Columbia. lSeginnlng at a stone In line of lot Xo. 2. at figure 15: thence W. 120 j GOES TO PRESS SOON run oeeeu u .,,-(.he Caie to Setting Hen and Kggs. ' I"ies io a to No. , unii - u10; then tlgure Every Bell subscriber, almost without exception, is able "a corner It Is less trouble to caro for blltlatt' w,th ,lne of S!U1)e N i0 polos t0 to buy the (jood advertised in this directory. Reserve hIoiip and small white oak.corner to . your pice today. Ait the Manager for rates. bona when th6y are conllned in separate pen nway from the laers. lot No, 4. at tlguro 17; then with an-- 1 The tloor of this pen should be of other line of No 4, west fi7 poles to Th, earth, dug up and moistened Changes and Supplements nest boxes should be placed ns() cornL,r (0 i, So.' 4, attlRure 7. tho sfdes, and there can bo 2. hens (hon with said line X. GO poles to a t corrections your other oak standing qu a rock, another A box from 12 to 13 po-,in tho pen. in listings corner advertising Indies hoimro and about he suae original poies at me loiur k; menio a larger popiar, an"is. 1N7 should be height is suitable tor th lu but docs not tother original corner at the letter C, ! Kemovo tho top, front and hot on. ulllt' cornor to lot No. 2; then with made at onco conflict tho top with a burlap sao'i lTno ot same S 100 poles to the be-t- o n JEJUMTM9 rj Eft for the new with other pro!do ventilation, and ilk uyglunlng. containing 100 acros, more' " ' le,Inl,ni,' ngui nas neon 'li m 3 H Wooden strip 4 Inches wldoacio-- , the or book. . mediums. , vimi io Tout at the Leltom. ''' Kiiiu was iMCtiuur. to C II.v"., niucu convfeil Chanman land to lean against the open '. mlr i,v G. H. L. Maddox and wife on July uoanl ,en31, 1007, which deed Is of record In j anil a brick to keep it In plac 'M UVUU """ ai '. is noceBsary to contlno the ! I Clerk's allien. Till tho bottom of tho Up ...Second tract. Also, another tract' wilh the top of the bo.ud vlth of land lu Ohio county, Kentucky,) i.olst, g.ij'deu soil, und hollu tlio nnd bounded as follows: Beginning vU' ut a gnte post in south line of A. G. i oil llko a sniper, so tho cgij Wukeland's land on tho creek and in t roll away trcm the hen ant be. gunning west with tho Broadway Coal como chilled. Tho surface oi tho Company and A (.'. Wnkoland's line earth should bo smooth and luudU to a sweet gum tree, A. C. Wako-- ' hillnw tho eggs to roll. Coxer tin land's corner, thence N. 18 poles to '' theneo 15. G 3 earth with a very little straw, and n" black gum; poles to u walnut poles;" and thence N. 07 put In a tew common eggs. ulunwoods; theneo east to a bridge, on tho creek; thence with the creek on being tlfe west bido to Mniiageuu'iil ot Sitting Ileus. bj A. tho sitting hen to the new all tho land owned of tho C. Wakolnnd-' , ltcmovo on' tho west Bido creok. Mlnnest at night. Dust her with i oral and coal rights nro reserved and powder, or greaso hor with 'all right to work and mine sumo, and HOX Hi), 0WENSH0RO, KY. per refit, mercurial ointment, and ,amo land eomeyed to Claudo Chap-- ' 1011, by then place her quietly on the nost man on April 7,and which A. U. Wake deed Is re land and wife nad bliut her in. . corded In Deed Hook .10, pago. 380, n We Knock the Spots Out of Thin js hi Tho next evening, wlion it ! grow- Ohio Couuty Clerk's onlco, or. a thereof to produco tho 6iira9 ing dark, dishes of whole grain and water sbold bo placed In front of tho of money ordered to bo made. required to, .Tlio uest and thovhen lumovcd to feed. oxoquto purchaser will bo bond with approved security , hor nlono and do not loturn immediately niter aaie. l,e.tu FiftjMlvo typowrttera. 'Les0 until night, ll tho lioirfs on hir nest-This March 13, 1917. o explained by Moving sons OTTO C MAHTIN, and Is contented, slio may bo given French Dry Cleaned and Prcasod In . Master Commissioner ninchluo. Sovcu big Superior Manner. tho sitting of eggs you have selected 37t3 g, Hcavrin & Kirk, Attorneys. rhorthand, for her. Tolegruphy, Stonotypy, Send us your dnrmeuts and Have Feed tliojsltting hens at the samo Ibid CohK l'i inn Sudden Cliauges. ExThem Musio, Primary Normal. hour each day. Qlvo tlioui wholo Spring biingii all kinds of weatlf pert teachers. Modem equipgrain (wholo com Ih best) In u dlh, er nnd with It comes colds und tho reassured. Position ment. CLEANED CLEAN Even vival of winter coughs nnd hoarse-PQ- i. m) they can eat all they-- doslro Wrlto for catalogue. under tho most favorablo-ondltioii'- T Dr.' Holt's will Packages jcullod for and delivered. for leedlng. a sitting hen will losu bend off a now eojd or stop tlio old of ti pound In OjiQ, thu soothing balsams rallevo tho .ibout Daviess Co. Sus. College weight during tho throo weeks of tn. soru throat and lical the irri'ated tls- THE ELITE.PRESSING CLUB Incorporated Icubntlou. If thore are many sitlurr, kunoti. Oct a bottle and start Nnlli I'rop. Ar Iv OWENSiJOnO, KY. lu Ihe pen, seven or eight should Un treatment nt once At your druggUt, led together, leniovlng any thai du Dc Kormulu on the bottle. HAUTrOltU, KCNTUCKY. CALL ON US For Overcoats, Suits, Odd Pants, Ladies' Coat Suits and Cloaks. Don't miss us. All new and rm A Proper Cares of Etcs. largo numbor ot Inquiries con-corni- Heplilce the hens In 20 minutes. Tho door.i of thinests are closed oxcopt at feeding not, leave their nest. o. l:n-inv- fo "It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds, liver and stomach Troubles. I firmly believe saved my little girl's life. When she had the measles, llicy went in on her, but one good dose of Thcdford's made them break out, and she has had no more trouble. . I shall never be without Black-Draug- ht Black-Draug- ht I want to telt you what wonderful benefit I have received "from llie use of Thcdford's Black-Draugh- t," writes MrsSylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. Girl's life run-dow- I I ' Hub Clothmg Co. HARTPORD, KY. CASTO R A Children. Cry ' Lack - Draught For constipation, indigestion, headache, dizzi- css, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar ailments, Thcdford's has proved itself a safe, reliable, gentle and valuable remedy. If you suffer from any of these complaints, try Black- Draught. It is a medicine of known merit. 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A natural remedy, natural in its actions, bum in ita cirect and cortain in results. It will won't bo long before Liv- - ax compiotely disulaco calomel in evrrt home. Children can tako it freely nn4 with porfect safety. Every bottle Na 1 in bottles. Konuino without tho likenosa ail fi na turo of L. K. Griaby. Tor 6.1I0 by Ve-'L- biotcptl. v0" 'j. ja.MsMnrn.8 II, WILLIAMS, - Hartford K y E. & S. FREY, DALTIMOKC. MD. b V'ir pains In nr Di ii(l 4.u 'aa-- lt 1 a lu ;vJ mofilfe 8 H i jftl na f ffig l ! It i i h ! ann Un worts In Frlcdrlchsliaron WARNINGS KAITi - "pans 01 uiu oiiii TO INTKKKKIW WITH TIMUM oinor worKH in nniiiuii'iiu Scliuellc-I-Jin- z a monster air fleet WasnlhRton. March 17. Tho Gor- - arc building eomrco I wnn Inform-c- d man mhmarlno campaign of fright 'Prnm n reliable Hint over one hundred' and llfty has been a failure so far as It fain nlrcndy completed. intended to stop trado between air cruisers nro are tclie used In the greatest The? Xbe Untied States and tho Allies. England. That fa the outstanding fact gath-re- d nltnck on "Tho Gorman military authorities from Information so far avail-.iexpect'to lose a numlicr of their lf tho United States Department Zeppelins when they carry out their f Onmorcc.u that the Iirf.irmatlon so far gathered shown plans, hut nro confident ones will do damage enough largihasnart flguro In February Is of er than Hint of tho preceding Feb- lo throw terror Into the heart? th British nation. ruary fu tho history of tho United 'Ewry new German mibmarlnc ' can be mnnncd as quickly as It M Sfnco the barred zono degrco of ulwnya February 1, although belligerent 'finished, ns tho crews are This Is done in days, dc-- trained beforehand. after the first two often thirty parted m usual, tho American Lino the liny of Kiel, where the'lr docta and ! submarines of tho latest construe-nav- o teats wen. tfcid to at th- I "on can bo seen maneuvering remained tied up. freighters fame time. s. Amcrlcnn-oYno- d Somrf are small- "Tlio latest Jure sailed and defied tho now sized cruisers. They curry many guns tho nvallablo statistics A greater speed than thaw, however, American ships carry and have a far tho tho older vessels of this type. Their ,i IttUo of our foreign trado that ' Most Is enormous. IMwmIs havo not made n dent In our radius of action of them can stay on tho high seas commerce, foreign 'seventy days and even longer. The This was In Hpllo of tho fact that ' For the nets used by the British navy to trap rcbrunry is n short month. future be useless, four February weeks, tho Now York incm will in the submarines have u of exports of because the' new Customs Ifouso figures slcklc-lik- e bow which Is. sharp ns a merchandise-- from tho port toatled This flguro omits Inlfo and cuts a thick steel cable as .$2:4.971. 717. January. It if it were made of hemp", the fast threo days of ......... , . ru.uu. auwovor. nn apn1Uiuiu r.l ,.crso!mN Overlooked. ary figure. The following local news was over- alter luring been written t,r tfewYork by the .submarine .one decree than ()f port since the American any other In .normal Hoc docks at this port. 10X months, the New York export nBu e P i approximately fifty per cent of the total ; for the country. This would Nashville, are visiting relatives near jmheat that the total February fig- - ' Hart- Centertown. Mr Aahbj ! all ports of tho United States for nd Tuc9,'a- in round j ilE reach ?500.000.000 Mr. C. P. Kcown who has been Smitis. for an Oklahoma Oil ex- - taking leases Tuts will bo below the January 'company near Barbourvllle, Ky., has 411,020, port figure, which !. returned home. He Ismndeclded as but the January crports wero the1 return to ttrgftt for any month In the history to whether or not he will l , he United Stales. of W' Indicate' As the New York figures f130" AJ ,U of "vcrmore. were l j export figure tb the February-tota"- -" "" Tor' the Unlleil States will certainly 1,u launc!l- au f 500,000,000 and will probably i Mr. Harold Holbrook arrived Mon- rtcecrf. It Is evident that our foreign day after spending soveral months In jHioisrcn is unaffected by the .tho oil fields at Shamrock, Okla. Hu expects to return In about two week-., . ...... Mr. I. S. Mason, recently of Uu-- I .iiBPftcaii-ownc- d vessels, those tlit , ion, nave reined auu inoven uuo . lirve not already dolled the barred the upper rooms aor. will unquestionably..... increase .residence on Clay of tho Woodward ., St. .. top loiai uxpnn viiiiime, unu uic rut. Hev. Cecil Stevens, a former Hart-- . month of January, 1917 r bj exceeded in March and the ford boy not located in Louisville,1 delivered excellent sermons ,to an-,, uo.itus to follow. . cncra al "' ua'n,Bl B,r '"" exports tu Vninry. 1UK.. lh night. nnd .(!ed 401.7S3.974. In February. Snm,a' njor"n "00 Dr. Stevens SSIS. the exports wero $299,805.- - lMTii0 cwda Keeled S. befiiro the Kuropean war. ,,,! upon each .pecanon. Several new were baptized Vbrnnry. 1914. the exports were '"embers of the church following tho afternoon service. J"0 1 lr ! r- nl niley spent Saturday ' . Tulic Cliamlierlnln's Tablels. "Sht and Sunday with his rauiily in AThra , . Ylien you feel dull and stupid Mr. Henderson Murpheo returned Iir tatiuK. Sunday afternoon from a short visit When constipated ur bllloiiH. to his mother in Louisville. V.'Uva vim have a slelt headanlK Mr. W. II. Parks has bought the Vupii you Have a sour stomach. yciu belch after eating. '"nu and will move In soon. Mr. W. J. SVhen you havo indigestion. Bean has rented the Likens pronorty or dpoudeut "VUtai "Waen,yAn havo no rellhh for jour to bo vacated by Mr. Parks. Messrs T. H. Black and K. t;. I. Birkhcad returned from St. Louis 'WJitn your liver is torpid. Obtiilunhle everywhere in Saturday wnero nicy bougiit a new hearse" for Black & Birkhcad, funeral -v The, new car, which Is miciioi duct. directors. listed at ? 1,700, is rubber tired and (My W. H. Cimdlff.i of stately appearunco, but who In thi wants to rldo in it. if o;iti Uniltji himsrilf to only one irtiWo o food, ho will siiu'er phy- IIOKSi: ISKAKCH NKWH. jjcally und mentally TJio body re- lle;i I5phr!, Itlrks nf flnnlllttn. who ATiffM a variety ot foods, in order ai tuvo nil tluiEO constituent ele- - has been the guest of Mis. Kd Wil- cionis oi iiniiy DtiHiiiiiKnini nrain oii nas ruiurucu iiomo. aoarwhlim, which tire tc bo found In r Dr. and Mrs. J. S. Bean and little n Leonard Thomas spent the week- varied diet of wholesome jiiiil :rittuU3 foods. Likewise, tho mental end In Louisville. rt(julre.Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Lushhrook hpent o.iv3 umrul nature of'mnn il't- - awma! pubiiliim nnd the moral 'Sxlurdny anil Stitiday in Owcnsboro. Mrs V. C Davis and Utile mii of .rtlnintus .lilih go lo build up men- That LonlKvllle aro the guests of Mr. and tsl pownr and moral Mumttm ne utlud hh woiiiliiroiu powers over Mrs. I'.rniuleMo Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Sloan of Luitehlield '.he. body tor health and Mieuuth, N' guests of .Mr. and x fdentlile fact. iern tli'o weok-en-Mrs. Il'iy Sloan. t , ItlOl.lXH I'Uni'AKK MOXSTlCIt .Miss. Kssle Lynch ol Oluton vIMt-AIAND fll'IWIOA V I.I5KTS 0d Mlas. Lilllo Ulster. (Miarllo JohuAou, I lav ikii Biowii, Jjiiic. .March 17. A neutral ror-- , j)an Arnolil. Wava SUllalr and T(VIoiiihiir writet. to the goloihurncr Cluislor Pouter an- - ni homo from the T hl j . JK...V-- ' n - imuxniniMininumwinnri ;' IT IS FINISHED! w"vv"""""""""w I ' New Spring Merchandise! Our buyers have completed their task of buying all the best things to be had for every department in this mammoth store for spring. They are back home ready to place them under the gaze of your discriminating eye. Our assortment of merchandise that will . rt'"-was-!G1- ' , J , W ., . ' f! at ,. ',.,, appeal strongly to the person who has an eye for the beautiful is unmatchable. While big advances in merchandise have induced many manufacturers and merchants to offer inferior merchandise in order to e established selling prices. We have adhered adhere to strictly to our policy of offering nothing but quality merchandise, and the selling prices will be as low. as straightforward, legitimate merchandising can be done. Your experience, no doubt, has taught you (af least ours has) that good merchandise at double its former the price is a cheaper buy than inferior merchandise at one-haprice you now have to pay for it. Under existing conditions there is one safe course you can pursue: Supply your needs from this store, whose guiding star is quality first at a legitimate merchandising price. We crave an opportunity to show you our mammoth collection of everything you need. , old-timlf -- t . ,' ... I Our Display of the very latest and best Millinery maintains our reputation as the Ladies Misses' and Chillargest distributers of dren's Hats in the Green River country. We want you to make it a point to .visit our Millinery Department. up-to-the-minute i i , ,.,i., I if" i . 4 V" V Our Showing of Ladies' Coat Suits, Skirts, Cloaks, Waists, Petticoats, House Dresses and Kimonos constitute the best numbers of many lines from New York west. i Our Stock of Dress Goods, Silks, Sport materials for Skirts and Dresses, Trimmings, heavy Dry Goods for like purpose is in a variety from which anybody can be pleased. -- - nu-jso- - ; I il Our Men's Wear New Suits, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Shirts, Neckwear, Underwear everything necessary to dress up a boy or man is here in great variety, and no one who will take the time to look them over need go avay dissatisfied. We invite an intelligent business consideration of the merchandise we offer and the price at which we sell it, firmly believing it will be to our mutual benefit. JLlsa $L e- K JCrUuns: -- Oct n Mr. ami mph av(,iut Myrtle have tinrtnnny I had .occasion to obborvo returned from Lotilslll' wliero they litu bitter ItntrMl if III" entire Oer- - mVo been purchasing Pining goodtt. ,mm Tlo Pnyton or Olntou visited This wr.il imthm ut'alii!t KiiRhtiid hin,inw(s recent trip thru "Bonier" t'mtrul Power Mwrshico tho peace proposals of tho wero rejected by the will make the British Mid. ' j4 fur thli,' Istht-- .blifgan every- vbci'it. .' i , 'From what I 'mw. uud heard I iir, convinced that a. jlorce blow arafn.U lCiiglaud Is being prepared s.iiL Uuty lnlH'iUli(U. hliort time, I .Mrs. 10. A. Whlto Is Owoimbnrn. j - vlsltini; In! I mo NOTIOK. ( ' W" iipiin call the nttentinh nf our reniler. to the fuel that The Keptih- -' lliau will nblisli no eoiiiuitinlcntlouN itnliw.,. hlgutMl li ) ilio iintlinr. ihicih.miumi-. 1'ew ' jueoks pass tlml nrticleH Uii'l hiiKiuiitf t".t,rans.ct In Ham- - are out received nnd it !. not our le- -' lmrg' and Bremen, .h'U.iWits not per- - sire t hurl iiomnj Items Into ( It Oiitten to visit ilicbo- two. cities. All ; waste basket, 'ibis aili)ii.Mriiiii idiiu irot'Ujiteri. a.r.o .kept away from the mnuiiitloii rule Is Muteil cadi i o JLJjfaiJ.A 3 jtnipiiii lovvitH,. where thousands of! at the head of the editorial column won aro wviklng day and night ou and musl ho mlhered to. ItiNjucts oiultted fioin print ju ,oriiiii'JSHlU'ft of- gl,.uit now sub- - that names nro cottipllctl with, liut, Ihe iiviiuiiciIji) jjirimw. ' 'W'hilWihti.wblpbullillnB.jnrds.turi) .musl bene the 1 )fl. ES & BRO j l BEAVER DAM, KY. t lu:vm timnniiai -- " iiii iTT ii jajtuiiMi. tkmftiu nWff j)ggBMl