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XXIX. crnmont DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY It, Subscription $1 per Year No. 39 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1917, In caso of actlvo warfare. under advisement Ono suggestion MONEY AID MAY BE GIVEN ALLIES STRONG would glvo tho Government authority! to fix prlcos In making purchases. STRAPS BAUD'S 15()I)V SPEAKING OF BUMPER CROPS. i tt to own, i:.ns i.iii: i , iV. HERE, UNCLE. 15'fl LITTLE EYE i a hi hp hxihts amoxg SIJNTIMKNT FOlt SUCH gov-hp.xmh- xt officials. EXTRA SESSION MONDAY to Drrliiro War Congress Anil Aulliorh'o Pietldent To Protect Rights. rccicI i Washington, March 27. American national brinks have set a now hlch vasniiiKion, jwnrcu sn. tuo num-Wh- o AVrshlngtoii, March 27 With record for resources, again revealing called army, navy and Industrial prepared'Ho1 0arri-.mrUnited States as incomparably bcr ot '" l,, FederaI scrv.co for policing ness measures to meet Ccrmnu Itho.rlrbest nation in tho world. g61ng fnnfard it rapidly as Comptroller Williams aimoiinced ' ,,,(,ustrIa' ar"5 ol,,er fa'.gtc polula pna'IMp, President Wilson and his tonight that on March 5, tho date of wns ,irouS'it up to 50 OOOuiuIer o amo Cabinet today look up consideration last bank call, the assets ot tho1'1" lMUed today- - At tho of further KtopH to lollow tho national banks aggregated more than tlni Ul rcK"lr First Regiment of of Congress In extra session $10,000,000,000, exceeding by over Engineers, scattered along tbo jii t Monday tho combined resources rau border, was ordered lck to Us t 'o capital, tbo navy Tin- President has not yet written of the Link of nngland, the U?nk of '"irracks ' tlm incvago ho will deliver Tuesday Prance, the Rank of Italy, tho Rank l""k additional measures to hasten. Hodjjo in Spokane Spokcsman-Rovicfin Spudi tho Rank or Norvav, ;j,0 ' construction and equipment of fight- or Wedni sduy, and In raid not to Imn r. aibed any final conclusion as R.mk ol Sweden, tli- - Swks Nafor.al ' ",5 MV- - antl ll0lh luo Wnr iini1 N,vy ry n Pan)-- , the National Hank of I)eu- -' "Tarimonu anounteit runner to just what recomtnondntlons to ye k NSPEGT10N OF ' URGES FABHI Iliicaupc of possible changes m a tlm Rank of Japan and i:o visions to facilltnlo recruiting. T1,t '"tioiml Guard Regiments or-j In lb' situation, he In not expected -of Gerinun. in. 1 UTSftMi Hnehsusiik ot. national uauKs in the iTllnl (till tf 'Infill r fnt v""-- " i'"! tiiilttn miYmnnna w put the address In lliml shape un- KXTRV INTO WAR WIIL to j(eporis ""' LOCAL COMPANY f UN central re&ervo cities, and reserve of Projection," are tho First West til the last moment. HKLP AMERICAN THARR Ticro Ih no doubt In tho minds as of Virginia Inlaufry; the Seventy-fourt- h j cities throughout tho country, v tho Second Con- of Xomlnlstratlon ntllclals that what-March 5, just compiled," said the lNew York Infallt-0-- . J'rrls, March 2S. Jules Cambon, r iua be Its detail, tho policy rencral secretary of tho Porclgn Of- - UKOUIjAR army CAPTAINS LOOK SKCRICTAP.Y OP AUKICUJTUIIK Comptroller's statement, "hbows that nectlcut Inranlry, and tho Second HOUSTON ISSL'RS INDUSTUIAh OVKR MKN AND KQUIPMKNT 'en tlmt date tho resources of these Xow Jersey Iufantry. Rccauso of a. lai.t before Congress will bo both Mg - fic0( , ,alUllB wlUl tlu! AocIati.l ' lsuiiderslan(lliiB to the number ot OP COMPANY II. Tho gen- - ,,.,,, PRKPARKRVKS APPICAR. oro.w and comprehensive. ..',..,. rforrP(1 , nn nffnct banks wcro $210,0u0',000 larger than lever before in their history, tho pte- - tr00P3 affccted by tho order issued ral opinion aftor the Cabinet meet- whIch ,1(, roIlgl(lorC(1 tlle CIltry of thP terduy flopping demobilization of Kfous high-watIm: apparently whs thai th pnram rill(e(, Stale8 lllt0 tll0 war wul(l! unrk having been .. o- -t likely to bo followed by Con- - ,invo orvrpfdipd- November - - . laiG.. Tho u - ' tno. guardsmen returning from bor- .,-u , lt Illternntlnnnl COmmer- - FYPFPT r it OrDFRS SflON TO PREVENT - tn-aswill include a declaration thai jco, r,ations during and afor tho pc- M. as compared with Oecemoer lor lut- - the War Uoparlment also ' directed that all organizations which a iat. of war xuta b.elweim the r,0( ()f losU1ItIes. 27, 101(5, was $480,000,000. have been mustered out of the Fed-. i r i niuiwi hiui ueriimi.. n u.j- -. Thl, Amorcau Government, snid Mllitlameii Rikely To Ro Called Into Campaign Launched To Alobolizo Xu- eral se, . but haw not left tho tlmriMtloii for Hid Prosldent to use M Cilml)0n ha(1 novcr mT(i t0 on.' Poultry New. IT. S. Service When Congress tlon's ReHuuivL'!. Should Re Stale camps Tor homo l,o brought tinW. U. Ellis & Rro., have complet..rnd forces of the Nation to tor Into commercial treaties with oth- Meet (Net Week.) Tho Fliat Missisi " ur jmHojis ed tho recclviug of the dihtrict Equity back ufider arms liruu n uk ngiiin, uiu ki.iiuuik In tbo Kuropean gens?; 1'ir-i- i reillt to therefore, American imports bud not to tho Goseriimenl poultry pool. The dollvorlos for tbq sippi Infantry and Ambulance Comout its policy. imwaKB of cun- - .,Uajg n,reivM wlmt wa, C1jllc(l ..ra ir L fdlatrict. totaled.,27.000 pounds at a pany No. l, Alabama, are affected by -- tUlaprovislon. - -- -. lp and cspioauK bills, and pro-- , vore(l i Washington. 27. The prlco of i7.8fT"-cMrt8March Captains G. M. Holly and It. It. Joining treatment. at0 v. i..r wic fioiuojmem ll ie Bot imPrlabIa that similar "- & Son., farm'eni of America wore appealed to oi of mica, R. K. Salmon t!lo AUIo. however, ho declared. Pickering IT. S. Army, Inspected y I tit.ii il secret service agents to join bought poultry at HarfTord Wcifnes- - supplemental orders may bo neces- would naturally bung with it to Company II at tho local armory by Secretary Houston rx regaiu 10 oiucr organtzauona Favor Aid To Alllei. 'America more intimate Irado rola- - Tuesday evening. Tho company 13 In tho agricultural preparedness ' day, paying isy, cents per pound Miaitially demoblIl7ed. Tho War I)o- I bpen reach- - tions which would greatly devoloi scattered at present. soino of tho measures so that the country may not Cor hens. No fun decision ha .,.,. .!, o..,. lin imiuKpjiiitioii hv f.inii oiinrinwrt in i. mio-- r oniinr fnp ii.. irn. Pr. 'i em oruers aro uusou on latest i...t.. i.. ...i. cd . to whether financial assistance and become permanent In peace, Croamery, ot Louisville; on)cl9i rr)0"s regarding tbo pro-- a rJ-- C Only its efforts to meet the international Jtucky and several out of tbo State. Kiiuul.i be givon tho Ciilente Allies. - crisis. Elimination of waste, conser- - bought over 5,000 pounds of poultry KresB ot domobllliation, but In Sorao few of the members live in Harttho a t rons seiitliuent for such n btep ZKPPKMX GOT JDIOAS HRRR He will re- - cases olficials have not been advised ford and for that reason It Is difficult vatlon of surplus, ami attainment of ; at Hartford yosterday 'i i; among Government otllclala. t0 l!ltL' ma.imum crop rotur'us wero outlined colvo at Dundee 1 tr,. ,( to have a large attendance for drill lSs cents up In the order for return ot the First t'ii? be done, tho Government Amet Icji Retponslblo for - as iniporatlvo resources. Iper pound was paid. or inspection. Tito rigid physical jiro'abl will deal directly with tho and SiibiuailnoM, Regiment of Engineers, Company F 'X- 'Roth for economic and patiiotlci examination given tho juilltla when otner govirnmeutM concerned, und at Fort Sam Houston Is 'excepted. KL; ALIUCHT'S UARIXG i, , .ii4. not thru ngenta. Milwnukee. Wln..- - vi... mv) iin.u 'it was mustered Into tho U. S. scr- -' reasons," tho Secrutury said In a lor- -' The other units will be assembled and ( ! 13. M. Houo. tho President's count Zennolin conceived tbn idea of vlco ut Ft. Thomas last summer loft mal btatoracnt, "the American farm-- '' - it will proceed to Washington as soon 11. alvlsor. arrived at the. White n0H,ii wnrsiiimi. nmi Mvn ntinmnee a t'RP I" Us mnks and a strenuous er should strive this year for the T.ikca Aeroplane Plight Over Pl;lit- as Iranspcrfatfon can Tie provided. in; Front Under Fire. Ho 10 tho thought, Capt. Joseph II. Ollv- - ertort is 10 110 made ny uaptam lufiieni. Biauuani 01 efficiency m 1110 Jlouio tonight from Now York. rl'he movement was announced with of' tho Mllwaukeo Koua- - Shown and Lieutenant Burnett to re- - pi eduction and consul vation of lood.J lb im 'cied to stay Kivoral dns. it member London, March 27. King Albert, out comment as to lis purposo by' in which "Undor Iho conditions Hitchcock, a member of vos, 0110 of the foromost regiments of emit the company to full strength. Smaior ih Wor rnnmrimpni e, finds Itself, it is of Rolgium, on March IS made a long, Prospects for moro active service this .country no tho Senate Foreign Rotations lho.CIvil War. was ono of a gathering At the Navy Department bids wero In tl10 ,,oar fuH""" ro great and most important tnat overytiiing practicauio airplane ingiit uimer nro ovor me ronferrod witli tho President who heard him. openod during the day for a largo - iiu uouo 10 iiiatnue 1110 ciueiaiicy 01 uguiiug irum, uauwun.iu i.u 'net tlur.ng tho day, and later nfd he If so much CRIl 1)0 accomplished r1 ttt0 ,0Wl1 111011 navo C.xpresseu Wlll Mr. Wilson still had an open activities during tho ropole, a newspaper puhliahed here. quantity of ordnance supplies, and by means ot a captivo balloon, I can Hnsneaa to return to tho employ of aniculturul flying ground Secretary Daniel announced that adsoason. IUis desirable that While visiting mind regarding recommendations 'o ,i0 still moro bv sondlne uo un aerial Undo Sam. Orders for niUBtcring ho opened Saturditional Co. Personally, Senator Hitch- - crttft operated by Its own power." ol,t of tl10 1,,irst Kentucky to cease ihr ughout tho country farmers con- - j the King expressed a desire to act as day for construction of submarino n observation oillcer. Accordingly - WCro tho words tho Count used, nc- - liavo added to the bollof that a call iei uuong thenisehos 011 mattors cock thought the passage of a resoluexpects to order a largo como t0 tl,Q THIrd within tho feeling the production of needed he asceuded with the fanioug Belgian chasers. Ho tl.i.i b Congress indorsing tho Pros- soon ..... 11 At tho to Cantain Olvor. wan made, hvl" 4A..r .1vna- - nil,nlili llt.v nW.Illt "f-- . nml 4 idl ... , lAiifii ( frnn Ml nifniOll.., y-'! 1T .- Sf niTDI fl f X'..-In 11 111 number of these small craft us ,, .... Hilfi .- w... -. -.-. - --u i ident's armod neutrality stnd mm..i " tiuio this remark " n,orl, ho better than a declaration of war roinU eppeln was with General or last of next week. Tho regiment with county agent. 'State AMicuItur- - Preceded by a squadron or lighting deuarimPiTt mformition or ,1 .. trial ntion that a state f ar llBncoek whon ll0 was holding a po- - would likely go to Ft. Thomas as it M Collogoi, and the Department of planes, tho King Haw over the whole f"f" s s,- ex ts .. Afterward tho statomo "t Relglan,er front at a neigut ot lat summer, but not so much Aguculture.' Bitlon before Richmond. Va. Count ' The Secretary's appoul wa part of 000 to 0,000 feel. Ho raado mauy would bo roqiitrod In preparing. liu'horlred at tbo White House that 7anuoHii wim ronrosBntlntr tho Gor-- . timo ' ,. . . A.. tl.-.... . ,1. . 1 ..... ..i..i i..i t.ii.i.n.1 .ituuadiin.i. nliotnirranliR linn. ill. nRiTiin irv iti.ri lujm iiri'i r1 tvn no wn ti1iir'A.Mnna nmi t onk v -- . , v.. v.. Mmimlun int.iuital'aii 1w ilia ., u iiiuiiM inuiiui ,,, ,ltln,1 1,1.iiiiiciimiii, mail military Stan .. UaptaiU. UUVOr "" It"""a l.nltnvtul Hint mnnv rnnl-nlllmftii imumImI tn naiuul lll Knnalr'ni ,- -. I, f 1, ,.t . t ii.iitmollt- nt Aorlriiltiiri - t, mnlilllr. witll !U1(T4II. alf- ... ,,v li ........... - I,. ...., wllH ,.,..., v v o. " lO liOIienil llilll- " l,on.I.ol.,no f.., lUttllO, . .. 1.. 1.1. IDIlt nn. (lOll nf me ...111 ll, IIUIIUII p IWUUUUQ. l,.l.ini Co ' t'ciiminn nni!.nlrlrntl c,.. Oa. , ,..llo. .... mini w. ... II iiil IUI UlllIDU- - IHU n.lni Hi lUCSUIIl klltrillDKIlVd lilil U' lllli.lltUUPU ill llil. IUI ...in. KTUiliillii lllil. - e.OCK. building o its plant. The Idaho wai ment hi the local company If tho ret.uy Vrooinan, In a btateniont aev- - a sustained flro, but no German r.lr- eotk. "Genoral Hancock was anxious to or ,the to.be ready fcr lannchlug by October Stnator Hitchcock said ho called know what was going on bolilnd tho company Is called, into tho service, oral days ago, outlined why tho varl- - man ventured in tbo way but a postponement hs been neoes-'frto ii miss tho President with the Richmond fortifications across tho Many cltLono of military ago ex- - o s sections of the country should King's airplane. Subsequently tun null'1Pra of tho battleship!! King discussed his observations with through crop thomsalvoa after tlio company become Woaeru sonltinent against "preclpl- - .Tamos Rlvor Valloy, and ho sent a Maryland, Colorado, Woat Virginia npilvu balloon each morning with a ,(,ft list summer as rogrotting that diversification, and pointed out also the general staff. tt.i ii action." and Washington, also have been reI willed the President to know," basket attached which oarrled tho oh- - tlle liatl ot onlistod some of them, that much food might bo supplied by quested to expedite construction w6rk an 1,1 llm Ii.wm.,: .lni.,1 "Iliat t hnllwn mv imm server ." m,n,, ...V V.,'.UI,I "Tlio IihI. at least, BrO exPOCtetl 10 COI110 IOr- - CllitlVUtlOn Of VnCHIlt City lOtS Ollll IUII" lAHJrtlk JrtWl jiiwuui; ... w...a - w FV Hill and to tmluee more rapid work a spe.f L..t,...H BY AUTOMOMLK IN OHIO wara for ocrvlco In tho proaont crl- - jarda. .Mate .mi moat of the people of the loon was let out on a rop'o In tho cial bonus has boon suggested by tho Wi tm n Stulo arn most doalroua of innriilnir. nml nt nlKhtfull It wna null. S'S. 'a UellCl bo mat nil IUU10 Clll- -, ' - "department. Ivurl G. Hooker, an Ohio county compelled to tako ADVANC1C FRKIGHT RATKS avoiJing a declaration ot war or n cd In. Tho obrorvcr would then re- - lons wl soon -.-- military training should also add lo, .TO MKKT WAGK INCRHAKK boy, died In Akron, Ohio, yesterday declaration that a stato of war ox- - port to his comninndrr. Cursed 'Iho Vlug morning at G o'clock us a result of j 131 Paso, Tox March 27. -- Whllo It, "Count Zeppelin had a quick eyo recruiting asvpuiitiameu aim rormor utitil no othor courso rofnalns fur- Washington, March 27. Hepre- - Injurlo reoelvod when ho was run .. I nnurovo and 1 bollevy tho tor every detail of military onronlsu- - inllltlanien will bo er.ciuod-fron.potinr- - u-n in nrn,ri oi soiitntlvcs of moro than twenty Wes - ovcr by an automobile In that city lloro-co ntry approves or tho hteps tak- - Hon, hut ho was especially intorested tllor training. f0rcignor. said by witnesses of tho company tern railroads met today with tho Sunday. Tho remains, in caro of tho Q )Q a Greo!; 6f'ood ueforo a gr0up Tll equlpmont en t6u.ird defenseof eonlploto pre-- In Hint cuptlvo balloon. He was boy' father who went to Akron . Moxipana liaratlons looking to war. If It bo- - present whon tho balloon was sent was found to bo in good condition jmerstnto - Commerce Commltaion to rrt .hn Maxirmi mmrtnr . .. tl il uv il.. I necessary. nuciiuau mscust. luiormaiiy proposals loouing, luwsuay, uio iiieciu iu uni.u f.t iami bogan to curse tho American up nnd when It was brought down. l... l" iiubu"k umcum. T.. corica "l0 .International situation duta to a general udvauco ot freight ratea, Reavor Dam at 2:48 this afternoon. llag Me sures growing out of tho In- - During tho day ho was ofton seen Pull particulars or tno acciuem Roforo tho conforenco began It np- - obsorvlng It as it floated far out of was gathered by tho officers this timo teruatloiml Bltuatlon and left-ovPtlvMa D. S. Axton. of A Troop, proprl.Ulon bills, it appeared today, raich of Iho gun. Ho was always mix- - that was nover called for bororo. Tho seemed practically ceitalu that tho could not be learned cktarday but'j.,rtn VllUeA Sat0ii Cavalry, started ,..., t!lo ...,, wUh hls flBt will comprise almost tho whole log- - Iouh to know what wero tho rosulti lnon wore nlso instructed in signals roads would follow tho oxamplo yt I rum tho best Information obtalnabln to nml battle formations, seems that tho m'achino rounded u wnojl tll0 foreKnor urov, n pistol nud Lastorn Hues and requot tho com-j- it program of tho approaching of tho observations, nlllioucli, lslatlvo of "efora dismloliig tho company luUion to suanend its rules so iu to ( corner und caught yount; Ilocker.off Jlm, two g,10ts ftt tll0 BOiuiur( wj10 courso, thoy wore not divulged until. extra session of Congreua. attempt to they wero no longer secrets ot value. "B1 Shown talked to thorn for a permit u generul advance In rates . guard. Ho was rushod to a hospital wu- - Wounded In tho foot. Tho man Whllo leaders will not and his lujuiloa weio not thought oggupj, "I havo watched his courso from fow inuw on thc probability of a without tho usual long period of frame a dollnlto program until nftor ! ,., 11. iH tl10 nettr tuturo. Not a man j Indications wero that fatal. opening address, that day to this. I do not bollavo ho tyy, President 'Wilson's arrange- algna of yellow and thiwo nn lucreaso of not loss than 10 per AlthouBh tho funeral internment Pluiinod ficunto Democratic loadero today ox- - thon saw tho possibilities wliloli un- - rJiowed Washington, March 27. Tho fact ICustoni tuonts havo not boon completed ser- -' preBFcd bcllof that tho vork of tho folded thomselvos to him a ho pur- - having no dapondeut fainllloa aro cent would bo tought. iuiuIs aro reported as having In mind vlcos will probably bo held Saturday that tho government has no prcsont extraordinary session would bo con- - foctcd hla j;rcat nlrships. Rut what sxiou to agnlu don tho Uhakl. "3"tJ a 15 pur cent, increase. at Wnltons CreoJi church and tho ro-- ! Jntontlon to sek tho lnternratnt of fined to legislation which Is esson- - I know of tho man led mo to lialtevu Out of tho conference thoto prob- mains Interred In tho cemetery near-b- any loaldout ulluu, so long as they Car For Sale. ttally "eMraordlnary." that ho would rolontloasly purauo liU i . aro obedient lo the lav.'a of thu naTho National Dofotibo Council, It idea until ho had ucuompltshod groat i I Ijuvo u Ford car, run two seasons, ably will result formal actiou looking The deceased was a 'son of Mr. and tion, was made clear by Secretary ibecnmo known todny, Is considering results." jl will Full cheap for cast; or will to an increase, In tho uaturo of u Ho tuldod that this commission for approval Mrs. Soloto Hockor. of near Center-tow- n, Raker proposing legislation to make pousl- Tho United Status, which gavo tho,LruJi for yottag steak. ' nephew of Mr. J. W. appllad to German urmy VesArviBts aa of a horizontal udvancu on all com. and jMo t)io tystomutl7lug of the purchaso aoroplauo to tho world, thuis van ro-H. K. WARD, well as to othor resident aliona. tnod'ties except coal, ool.o and oroai Pucker, uf Hurtftrd vmp Coiitcrtoirn Ky of supplies of all kinds tor tho Gar- - sponsible for tho Ucppellii uluo. : con-vmli'- K Lebanon, Ky., March 27. Mrif Mary Cross, wlfo or Thomnti Cross, a farmer, living no.ir Haywlck, this county, together with her In j daughter, w3 found drowned eighteen Inchon of wnter In PrathorV j Creek, running near her home, tkU morning about 0 o'clock. The body or tho cli'Id was rccuroly tied to her. Mm. Cross spent tfie day Sunday in tho neighwith hor sister-in-laborhood nnd teemed to ho in usual good spirits, t!mt It Is reported sho told her husband-durinthe day that i:lio was going to drown herself, lie ' rot arded her remark as nn ld!o So mo time during the night. , threat. she took tho child and left lifir homo Sho was missed early this ' morning and a f arching party found i tho two bodies in tho creek, about a quarter or a inllo from her homo. No reason, for tho mother's net wa assigned, altho it wps slated she loft a noto and her wedding rlrig on a table In the house. Sho was about 20 years ol3 and the mother of five children, four of whom, with hor husband, survive. J w OPENER on which specific Increases will bo1 sought. Prospects wcro tho tho requests of tho Eastern and Western roads would bo consolidated by "tho commission, and that during tho next thirty days all parties concerned, Including tbo general public, would have an opportunity to volco their VllWS 50,800 OF GUARD NOW IN SERVICE iMiimAMnx GUAiimxo f S'SS' vs ' It was stated the conimlHsiou authoritatively that would not givo Its (JiaAfi POINTS WrilliK COUN-TK- Y iVWAITS ACTION. stkatk! y- 2ftrf5s?s....xi n:vx" sSrsc m'&zw&i sanction lo any advance whatever in rates Without Investigating tho reasonableness oftho proposed increases, and giving alt concerned an op- - ENGINEER Constni:(lnn 15y TO And RETUft'tf of Mxistened IfcSS: $ """ 3Sil;.K . nttYfrt portunity -- .j. t "fc. lit', MiNfUfli :mL&m.'";yx,.r:& .. && AJIKIIKU EUCHKST NATION IN i AVOUM), RANK KKPOUT SHOWS ViRliUn;; Shlfw To V Navy lScpartniuiil. ' lifer t-M -- or-th- 00 i pro-ma- rk m HELP I . i ....... ' '" ' er - ottt -- e i ii-- e - g. f I . t ' to-da- y. Com-iMtii- be-lie- vt co-i!- ng bids-woul- d - --- af-,a- '.. " -- ... .v 1iV .- I r ""X" i,,v . '""". ,n. . u... ... n' ,. ;uue-(ie-cail- ip 410.-.II- 1. ..... ..r y, , ' W - ...... l m .,-- ,-, a a 111 , . ' .... .... . 1 er , , s . - y. to-th- to-da- y. ill GERMAN H! PLAN TO WAIf UN If fill Ull t , Oil Rirnifl Amr, fllflljIllUll. k ;KNKUAI. If fr t r ; 1 I r or two provinces :ro ccuplcil by an hum been issued for the mohMlzntion army uf Invasion, but because of the of tlie Nntlonai (iunrd infantry regenormous mntorlal losses which the iments, one eacli In Oregon, Wash- Phtniictl To Ijanil Large ui.nin mimii-Teuton Montnna. and will suffer If the At- - Ington. Idaho and Annie n"l Occupy Coast lantlc harbor towns, in which thej three in California. Immediately, and ClUcw. threads of tho whole prosperity of , at full war strength. It was announc-th- o United Stated nro concentrated, j ed lato last night at headquarters nm inm awftv from them one ofter here of the Western Department of An eventual rrar upon tho United ' th(j otller j iho Army. States was considered by tho German Would Levy Tribute. general stall before tho outbreak of IV Moines, la.. March 2d. ..Tuoreror0 tue task of the fleet present conflict In Europe. A wou)j jn, lo undertake a series of for the mobilization of the First in tbat,direction Teleprams have been rcrcUed from comprehensive scheme for the Invti- - I(irg0 j,,,,,,,, operations, through Iowa Infantry, recently back from sion and subjugation of this country 'w,Icll wo aro am-- to (au, several of , tho Mexican border, were Issued early .every portion of the fror.t alllnr.lim. that the army can be relied upon to from the Adjutant General' bad been arranged, even to the l(iMo Iwp0rtallt ,m,j wvaithy towiih j y points and methods of attack. This wltnjn a j,rJl.t flpaco 0f tuu.. rjy The regiment is Unassemble !do Its utmost to defend the roiiu- was published by tho Kvoning Post terrilptlnK tnt,ir communications, by at once In compliance with orders (try. in August. 1914, but tho developo- - (lostroy,llg all wilding serving the j received by Gov Harding from th. j M Kodxluiiko. president ut the j Duma, received a delegation from the inents of 1017 make It such Interest- - s.U(; comnu,rno aml , defense: by; War Department. reading it Is worth refilling Ing arnly, which declared: taklng away au material for war and . Not long beforo tho clash or Aug- - tran3nortf amI lastly "All officers and Milliters will de- jiy levying Nowark. N. .1.. March 2C- - The 1914, field Marshal Von Hdcl- - heayy , feud the Duma to the last drop of ust. Infantr-sheln- i. ontrluut(on,( wo should be First and Fifth New Jer-e- y of the Prussian general stafi. noe tQ inC,ct Ualtmge ,, tlo United Regiments responding to Scoretni their blood. Tlioy will faithfully ohc engaged in detailing tor ino ucrniau statM of War linker's call, mobilized todaj ih provisional Kovernnieut, and will ..wjth the coaBt ciUos and the ca newspapers the plans for world con- respective armories hi strike the. Germans to the last at their quest e.ntertalne.1 by the ICais-e- r anil ,tal 0CCU1)Ie(jt tho republic man." would Nowark and Patterson, prepared to ! Freedom from the censorship alIlls military leaders. Alter Knowing crumble. Wo should have no need mustered into Federal service, llotb In previous papers how to invade and to occupy the country as a whole; are veteran units which havo seen ready has hail a salutary efTt'ct in pi conquer Franco and England and as- that would be too large a task and hcrvlco recently at the Mexican lor the truth to be publlsli'd suming this accomplished, bo wrote would give no advantage. Our pur-po- o dor. Encli is recruited almost I" about tho new danger from 11 German aims Germany's war regarding attack without the usual accompaul would be accomplished when full strengtli, with a waiting list iipainst tho Fnltod States: wo had secured a dominating control lormer members who registered for ment of extravagant ruiiuir which In .. . . ,, . . .. , , Operations against tho United active service, which does not call !the past made new more ulHrmtng of North America would have than tho truth tuelr. The result is States E;enjng p0st tor armory work. that without inininiiitiK thn dniu'er to be conducted In a tiiiTcreni manner from those against England. Sprain. And Strains Itcllcvetl. Willi the In the counr the press ban accped Now York, March 20. During tho last year political friction Sloan's Liniment quickly takes the exception of a few members who ar tho declaration of tho Minister of arising from commercial causes, lias n.iln out of stratus, stiruius. bruises out of town, the Sovonty-Ilr.- il New War quietly and without alarm. says editorially. not been lacking, aud tho dlfllcultlea a)1, a nmsciB fcri.!lw, Regiment, consisting of twe'.e clean. York "It i the people wbo are fighting that have arisen have mostly been clear Hq.Id easily applied, it quick- - companies of infantry and a tnu- the enemy and not the government settled by our giving way. As this ly penetrates without rubbing. Sloan's chine gun company, fell In at it- obliging attitude has Its limits, we Liniment does not stain tho skin or mory and mustering into thj Therefore, hiding nothing from our have to ask ourselves what force we clog tho pores like mussy plasters or Federal .service was conducted by a readers, wo say definitely and clearly can possibly bring to bear in order ointments. that danger la threatening our Nortb-- 1 For chronic rheumatic government olllcer. ern front. The enemy ts preparing t'i to meet tho attack of the United aches and pains, neuralgia, gout and vcrush our valient arm which for two States against our interests and to lumb3g0 uavo this won.i;nown rem- -' How To Prevent Croup. impose our will. edy handy. For the pains of grippe; When the child is subject to at years bus defended the roads to Foresaw a Naval Vicory. Tt'Huaniun soldier un and following strenuous work, it gives acks of croup, see to it that he eat Petrograd. "Our fleet will probably be able to quick relief. At all druggists, 3! n light evening meal, as uu ovc- - iderstandH better than ever before th.' defeat tho naval force of tho United cents. loaded stomach may bring on an at- 'importance of atlil riwIatluK." States, which aro distributed over Tho Ituimkla Volia say: "Russia tack, also watcli for the first sympVon Hlndenhurg will tiy two occaus and long distances. But it jitii;i; m;oVN WHEN tom hoarseness, and givo Chamber-lan'- s on trial would bo a mistake to suppose that to realUe III old dream of 11 mow p.AUOKS SMASH LAUNCH Cough Remedy as soon as tho defeat of their licet will force the Obtainable upon Petrograd. The army ami becomes hoarse. are facing a test which will be United States with Its immense ro- Ky March 25. Three ' ovorywherts. in Henderson, vnnrpiui lritf rn i! H lull tier neaco. como historical. Results can omy ' men were drowned and two others "Considering the great extent of had mirrow oscape3 from watory CIP.lS RAPID (JKOWT1I come from an honest donlre In the the United Statos;, tha conquest of ;,.raves In the Ohio River at 11 o'clock PC.XLKS s("ihnt;hts haarts of the Russian people for victory." the country by an array of invasion ,SatunIay n,Kjlt wuen tuelr gasolino uui uiero is every , Iaunch C0Hidta with the towboat En - ' Scarcely 12 years old. but ntoro is not posBime. reason to bnllevo Uiat victorious en- - tcrprIs0 vvlth a flcel or ompty luni-- 1 than sbc feet tall and growing with Sign of Good Ulgustluti. torprisos on the Atlantic coast and jber b;irg98 from Louisrlllo . Tho dead ronmrkablo rapidity, a llaltlmorn Wb-- n yon tot; a cheerful and hap-j R,rl ,s now narnllllR tll0 medical staff the conquost of tho most Important ari. oU may know that olu lnd arteries through which imports and nnliert W. MieholB. CO vaars old lof Johns llonklns University. Tho . Koo.l dictation. If your digestion exports pos.s, will create such an I Jen Nesbltt, 55 years old child weighs only 117 pounds, hut you do not relish state of affairs In the whole (Jharles Smlthhart, 45 years old. Iht health is excellent and the phy- is Impaired or If your meals take a dose of Chamber will ; a prominent farmers. country, that tho government havo little to worr ihoni In sicians lain's Tablets. They strengthen the reatllly ou-- r occcptauic couuitionb in Lm,lg NlcJ)o!8 alld Herman Smith--ordthis respect. Improvo tbi- - digestion and to obtain peace. j Tho girl showed no particular ten- stomach. geittie ona of two of tno ,1,1 ,ueIli iiart movement of the bowcause a Germanj begins preparing a saved uiemsolvcs. "If dency toward unusual height until ' m els, obtainable oery where neot of transports and troops for T, accl(1(;n, ,)CCtlrrod twelve mllen after she had passed her ninth birth. -landing purposes at tho moment below the city on tho Kentucky side, day. Up to that time she had seemKciiililic;ins Should Control. when the battle fleet steams, out of nppobitu West Franklin. Ind. Tho ed merely a tall girl. She was not our harnor we may conclude that men wero roturning liomo from this tall enough, however, to aitract any j The ItcpuhlleatiH sliould control operation, on American soil can be-- , 0nVi the collliilon the launch was undue attention. Since then, how-ove- r, the now House, if they can muster gin otter aoout tour weens, aim 11 crushed llko an eggshell her height has increased so fast ihe required number of votos without and all cannot he. doubted that the United 0CCUj)ants wore cast under tho that her parents became alarmed and saerlllce 01 any Itopulilictin principles States will tint uu aula to oppose to barges exceiit Herman Smlthhart, usked for the advice of the Johns Tho sUKKestion of a coalition with the , who was thrown Into tho air, land- Hopkins stuff. 113 within that time an army equtval-Democrats comes with poor xrace, in to our own. unt Tho girl has grown almost a foot light of t!i- - liii.'iixK partisKiiehlii ing on the edgo of tho front bargo. Hc!( Our Army Cheaply. slnco they began obheniug her. They whlcli hns characterized the ndmUiif-tratlo- n Ho clung to a standard. ' "At present tho regular army of l'resi from tho beBlniiiiiK. Louis Nichols, an expert swimmer, have made all manner of tests and llio United Suites amounts to 05.000 jave(1 hlmsolf by swimming under observations, but find nothing to dent U'lhiin has considered hlmteli men. of whom about I'.o.ouo could bo wator a distance of fully thirty yards, which to traco her abnormal growth. tho captain of the Democratic! team disposed of. Ol Huso at least 10,000 when ho roso to tho surface ho was In .tho hospital she was under what and ovon in the selection of boards exhausted ho came near drown- - Is Known as tho sugar tolerance test and commissions that required minI so n ,i....v........jJ-..- u ing, but managed to swim to the upon an empty stomach. One hun- ority representation he bus under--take- n dred grams glucose showed Its effect to name men who were (31HW JlHl steamer. upon her blood, but not to any re- to Republicans. Ho has fnll-e- d When to Take Chaniherlahi's Tablets. to consult with Republicans In tho When you feel dull and stupid uf- Tho physicians can give no expla- graving crises, ultliutiKh several tiitus &MPi ATRnnBAaA ter eating. 31 nation for the strange growth. The h! aiilpst biippurt has como f,rom U hiLk 1V m V ui Alluu i Wlieu constipated or bilious. girl Is normal In every othor 'way, I When ou have n sick heudaolio. enjoys music, reads many nooks and tju Kir an foreign relations aro When you have a sour stomach. cuts as much candy as the nverngo concerned, it will matter little which Worttan Thought She Would When you belch after eating. girl. New York Herald. party controle the IIouso. Tlio inDie, Cured by Lydia E. a-- o When you have lndige-.tIon- . dividual congressman will vote tbeir Whan nervous or despondent. Pritkhani 0 Vegetable Cluar Voiir Skin In sprlnj:. sentiments, and the itepubltcnn When you havo no roluh for your Spring house cleaning moans party bus never failed in loyalty. It Compound. menU. cioaning inside and out hie. Dull might temper tho pnrtisnnahlp of When your llvor is torpid. pimply skin Is an aflei'iuatb of win- the White IIoueo to have to recogm ter inactivity. Flush your intent Inea nize that thoro nro still Republicans Obtuluablo everywhere. ORduniburr:, Vi3. "I euiTared from Xemalo troubles which caused piercing with a ml hi laxative and clean out in existence. 11 tit thoro are somo dopains ago a Knuo yt'AINT CHAUACTKR LIVED tho accumulated wastes, easy to take, mestic issues and there are likely to ls' ,5U; WTNDOWLi:S.S KOOM they do not gripe. Dr. King's Now bo iiiiuij mure 011 which President mrfiidc. flnallv j lost all rny strengtli Life Pills will clear your complex-Io- n WHfoii and tho Democrats will bo so 1 had to jjo to Padiicah. Ky., Marcli 25. Finua and brighten your eye. Try Dr. wrong. Tlio Republicans would behetl. The doctor jt0Kcrgi w,,0 ,nu(1 Salur(Ia at his lvlfiL?S Xmv f.ifn Plllu In.nlfli) nnil tray the interests of their constituennuiinivi. uit uirvi . ' t.m.. It. . . .. ,iii,ilni .. fI '"- - iwiimti """ atmn but 1 would '"""" .throw off thu hlutrulsh winter shell. ts if they failed to avail themselves Ho would not permit u not listen to it. I clmiuctur. ilntKulstM, :r.e. of every advantage that control of UlOUC'lt Of Vl'llt I ...invo 111 IiIh hnini. nlw.ivn I'.wllfltit- - nn At tlio machinery of tho Houmi would i t" For yoarH ho givo tbiun In dealing with thenv IsI'.L'KSIA IMIKI'AUKS TO twonty-eigfeet Compound and : t'l In u room; ,mi:i:t advanck on t;.iMT.ij sues. W.,M.t 861 tried it. Thu first JMjujro And without a window. When In order to organize tho House, hottV bi'ouuhtrrveat , ,..,,, ,,1,1 1,,. u,,,. IMi " l'otrogrud, March 2fi, via Lon- it may bo uero&ury to iu.ikt conhottlt'3 have relief and mileu, don, March 26. Tho news cord mo. All women v.ho havo femalf. , blnsville.u distance of idKhteon In that Kohl cessions, ospeoially iu muttera of half Marxhul von Illndunbiin; wm pl.iu-n'a- seniority. trouLlo of any kind should try l.ydiu ii. ,to p: Uixm, mu.ing tho trip Putting tho strotiKest A largo ami; ol luntuy was Pinkliam'3 V'gclHi Compound. " .1 day. a cmuiiuiIhu ii'sunihi I'utrogrnd men in tho niout important positions T,lrs.Iirr.I)ru!c:f 0- -.' .I'litrg, Wis. ,h u k t ln ' iUUi ,t would be Hlue polities, ovtxi if It l'hyslcinnnundonhteii'vi'i'lth rbesf. wub received Kt the Cdpiinl with Tho iro" f uwr hU battlad with Uiiacabteaauy ami could litllo consternation, avoi;-In- ff wore not iifecoBsary to win over tho ,duutiOd in uurvivod by ton uhlldren donoinore, Hrnall body of men who wilt, owing rather a spirit of elm aud Courlur-Journal. treatment i .surjuuM-- ly thu nitdliinai conltdouu) in tii lovulty of to tiio close division, hold the jToprUefl of the good old fanliioriMl Tho Democrutln of power. rcota and herbs eonUlned in Lvliu R j tk IrooiKS and thu ability of tlio army J'icUiam'i. VfKutablu U.mioud. . to protect the ally from thn nuw dim-I- f Hiiuse U wslghted now with modlue-rlt- y If any compHcaticti e.diW it i)is to FOR FLETCHER'S in the inot rwnponlblo positions, Mwlitino writa tlio Lydia 15. l'inVh owing to tb seniority rule.' Ail OiruiBU ouktilutlous uru Co., Lynn, Ua..,fonHrnicial fre advice ! Or-Th- c , ' AFTER NAVAL did not como up when they were call-- . Ing received u message from Wa.diTO HCH1MKI Lastly, irgton ordering out threv infantry ed out during the Inst war. THK ILMTHH SITIMUfiATK tho militia is not efficient; It la part- regiments, Illinois National Guard. STATKH VKAKS ACM). ly armed with muzzle loaders and Its Tho nioblllr.itlnn order was issued training Is worso than it armament. promptly. "Tho Americans will not fool Ordnr. Han Francisco, March 20. to conclude peace because one VICTORY MOMMZIXO TIIK are roqulrcd for watching tho Indlnn ami for guarding ttie territories fortUcatlons cm tho son coast. There- - j Prompt Compliance With The Orders w me rre.siue.i. ro, only about 20,000 won of the. regular army are ready for war. Il- J(I nbout loo.OOO mllltlii nro in. Springfield. 111., March 2fi. Oo. existence, of whom the larger puri.rraiiK u. i.owuen eanj mm nuiniui,, lK STAl-'l- ' ''t upon tho suppoKcd demoralization of tho soldiery or morn than a transient defection of the troops to the front from their discipline and loyalty to their commander, these calculations are plainly In error It Is undeniable that during tho I first duys following the revolution the j extreme radical and Social element advantage or tho t alined at taking overthrow of the authority by sowthe ing further discontent among The twnrUngmcn and soldiers cloudy state of mind of the peasant by tho population was bewildered new vista of freedom and equality, and having had little experience with liberty of any sort. Imagined that It meant relaxation, of every kind of and discipline, made the pro-- I paganda of thy agitators easy at first. Hut the prompt mrasures taken by the government mid Duma delegations removed whatever danger lay ' roflv i CALL ON US 1 $ aMW5 3. -- ; v 1 For Overcoats, Suits, Odd Pants, Ladies' Coat Suits and Cloaks. Don't miss us. All new and , 0 to-da- I Hvifo P Clothmg Co. 19 HARTFORD, KY. ' j Tlio Climate Is Delightful ou the Ecautiful Mississippi GULF COAST DURING MARCH AND APRIL and sunshine in tlib cndiantiug Enjoij tlto Laltutj land of flowers. Play golf or tennis, motor, fioh, sail or row. Low roiuicl rip faros, and convenleitt train service. o '. i at Th.-Rec- - 11 to-da- t ' I c-t- Tickets to New Orleans ftinl Gulf Coast potnU !a Loulsvlllo Nflikvlllw R. R--, pvrnilt sldo trip to IViuorola ot tllght cn' For illustrated lltornhir, sdiCKlules, etc, opplij to rxal of tho Louir llle l" NasLvllln R. IL or od.lwsj fopfcseiilnllvo R. D. l'awij, Goncial Paiwiiger Agdnt, Louisville, Kij. & fc:1 B I S ;wssys5 V q I , O- tWim.'3S Hi'ii vr 'sr' 'mMMslMs' raa liwawiyLl 1 B " . ris (Uoho-Domocr- at :fc . jr x wm.s Z& turn Ariiienla m oir u eie-ha- s ; er reM)iia1ilo o!leHiollb as to matters wlneli linini riiii'siuely lurKit to the congressional mind should be made i'i t!u lntir".--t of ltepubllcnii control. Hut there sliould he no yielding of ruuiliimeutul Itepuhllcnu principles. Tlio Republicans of tlio country care nothing about having a Hout-that only. St. is Republican in name Louis sian iiHVigatlon and i'or.- - 1urKy to to the ciar. These eiilidttliilis. however, are .ilt.rly un- 'acieptable to Ihe Central Powtrt, aud there is no doubt that i!nj w al be dropped before many mere months ' elapse. ! "The Internal and military sana tion of Russia is hopeless and pe.ico may come murh quicUur than wo dared to hope even a Fbort whilo ago " - ( How's This? offer Ono Hundred Dollars Reward for any caso of Catarrh that cannot bo cured by Hall's "AT9 -- - TAI'b'V SQl'lltltS. Taffy. Marcli 20. Mr. (S P. Jones neighhordhood of tho Washington orgnnlxed Kinging at Clear Run l!.ip-t,lchurch last Sunday, and will continue lo slug every Sunday until the imit Sunday In April and with bin class will then meet the next "Sing ing Convention" which wljl convene at Ileda. Mr. Clyde Funk has gone on a raft of logs with Charlie Wlmsatt. Charllo Feemsler, of Palo, was hero on business Friday. Mr. Clyde Smiley sustained a very Hi ween ny tiles rpiiiiiiui ni'L'iumii lug a milt into his foot. Dr Shull. dressed tlio wound and he lh ed getting along alright. (J. W Kenwii and family ipent Sun day with Clarenct) Psttun and fhiuily Tho Imm raising given by John j Davis Has largely attended and tho hard work and bountiful dinner a enjoyed by all. j Mr. Alva Kirk spent Saturday evening with lady friends at Hartford. Mr. and Mrs Mulvlii llartietto entertained a number of friends Sutur day night witli music. Master Archie and Claudlo Iloag-lau- d spent Saturday night with their Crandmother Mrs. J .T. Funk. Kastor is surely coming and listen, 1 hear tho happy wedding bolls ring-Inist 1 11 ! ;. Catarrh Cure. j j CO.. Toledo. O. P. J. CHUNKY" We, Hip iimlvrslKiieil. havo known V. X Cheney for tlie last !.' leara, nnJ tiollcvn Mm perfectly Jionornhie In nil biiMlnemi trariBacIlonn uiul llnuialnlly nbln to rnrry ut niiy obllKiitlntK maile by IiIh tlrm NATIONAL HANK OK Cll.MMKKOK. Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure in taken Internally, nrilnc tllrectly upon tlio tiloml niul mil- imis surfnrrM of the nvftem. Testimnnlnl.-ecnt free l'rlro ,B cents per bottle. HoUt by nil Druggists. Take Hall. lumllv I'lll. for coa.tlp.tlua. t f . mm (v mmw JC Zl 1 .HHnnBrai U Lilitors Support President. I'ltducah, ICy., March 25. At a luiKtinx of the Klrst District Press Association hero a resolution luilors- -' 'g the stand uf President Wilson 011 ho suhmariuo policy of Germany and pledging him the support of the mombcrs was adnpteij. The association placed an order for thirty tons or papnr to bo delrS-e.-g within a Bpccifioil thuo. Ily so the members secured a cheaper price than could havo beon obtained" t Individual orders had been given. Congressman A. W. Ilarkloy delivered an address. 1 do-lu- o . l' U'STUIA AND ItL'SSIA ARK SIIKKINf; I'IMCH Vienna, Jlaruh 17. Tho "Neue Krslo Press" learns from 11 reliable source, that tho pcaco uioVDiuiiutu is ropldly crowing thruout Rusula. In tho citioH and industrial centum it Is spread by the labor organisations uud iu tho rural dlbtrictn by traveling socialistic agitators, many of whom have beon arretted and sent to Siberia In the laut two or three, months. "The war spirit of tho cadet party 111 Duma hut. cooled off considerably uud the most Inilueutlal Russluu and aristoerutio circles desire peace," says tho paper mentionud, ilussla would bu ready for u psuco today If wo would rot urn Poland, give up tho liukowfna, open thu DArdanollotf permauenlly to Uua- sep-nra- Wi"j ""'" '!( - " 11 ' " KnUiaSS ,. opc-nrepltt- llv-tab- lo ht ., PETRO-MENT- A i SALVE An Invaluable Aud x Household Remedy ;l-r- -' li. ly J Ohildron Ory ao Iml-nn- is especially ellloaclous for Croup, Colds, Sore Throat and Client, Neuralgia, Chaps, Ilurus, Achhw; Muscles, Lumbago, llniUos, Cuts, SpraVw, oto. It (JUir. to Prompt Relief. County . OASIORIA SStrfSsVsAtfJk9BjaHMBJsyMMtfl: b.ti For Co, Mile hy Ohio Prtco 25 cent8. l)ru? 3 . J - -i- ar''-"!?i'-,'VS, Vri K1 fl ' "f"B,Vfy5riiWlv t- -J f ' DESTROY UNDS RETREAT COVERED i:ilMANH CUT TIH5HS ANII KIIKIJi VU,I,A(JICS AH TIII'.V liKTUlK on vi:sti:kv kiiont. APPROPRIATE SUPPLIES Amprlr.m Kollf Kuipllot Krviidi Men and Hoys Sliulo I'rlrllllHTN. War Cirrt')onil'iitB' Hcniliiutirl-tjwith tlio British A rink In Franco March 21.- - "Vi would Imve Rturvcd If It Imtl licit I'ccn for the Amuriciui llnlipf Commlsslcm," doclarcil n Kri'iU'liwoinaii In the City llnll of Kuslo lo tho corruspoiKli'iit, u r.poaklni; for nnd lirr two child r ii. their mllld faces and IiIrIi cliecltlioiii's giving evidence of their prlvntloiH. WIipiiovi r mm went In tho territory recently ovnrtiutud hy the (Icnmtn thu Hainu htory wiik repeated. There nro many other HtorlcH of IiarslilpH IioIiir told, nlthuuKh mottl of thu said tho (Senium had heen well dUclpllnud anil kept Htrlctly under control. It wan HBserted, however, that within tho lust few weeks tho hail appropriated some, of tho American relief storex to their oun uso, oven to tho extent of threo fourths of tho supplies. It was nlso tnld that tho Germans took posesslon of the white Hour, laauIiiK black Hour Instead tn tho Inlmliftants. Some of tho peasants encountered In tho evitcuatnd territory wero plainly joyous at their liberation. Others appeared to bavo their spirits broken. Their attltudo was ono of absolute submission to anything that Many yotiiif; childmight happen. ren, who had seen nothing but German soldiers in their lives, stared today In almont stupid wonder at tho llrltlsh Toinies, clad In khaki and wearing their bteel hats. Ono of tho greatest ordeals the people said they had to endure wan to stand by and seo their homeH broken up by tho Germans as tho soldiers wero leaving. In minio tho French inhabitants, who hud been held virtually as prisoners during tho German occupation, had been segregated In certain parts of tho village whllu the work of destruction was going on elsewhere. At Houy, however, it was stated and reiterated by scores of persons that tho inhabitants of this village and of several other villages hud been ni -to-da- y llt-tlfior-iimns modern nation can abolish poverty i.000,000 Nearly of it! Think "hunds" aro employed in mnklng In Groat Hrltlnn; 4,000,000 moro aro soldiers: In nil noran of tho host workers havo beon withdrawn from tho Industrial army and tho remaining r.,000,000 havo been nblo to provide a good living, not only for themselves, and for all the women and children, but also combatants, for thu noiiproiluelng and wo aro told that never havo the poor been so well off, whllo laws havo hud to bo punted limiting the dinners of tho rich to thrro courses. Hut what would the wealth of tho vaunt ry bo If tho 10,000,000 men employed In unproduvlng labor wero all at work producing necessities or rather commodities? Clearly it Is possible now to establish by law a minimum w.igo far higher than any standard In thu past; it would probably bo advisable to lift this minimum wage gradually though not slowly. At any rato, tho old plea that the establishment of u high minimum wage and a decent standard of living for the working class would entail general impoverishment, that In order to level up tho lowest classes It would be necessary to level down tho well to do classes, is proved to be absurd, Tho whole of tho poorer classes can be lifted up nnd yet leave more for tho able mid clever than they could havo gotten half a century ago. Lloyd George Is in a position, if he will, to do moro for Kngland than the great revolution did fur France; ho could nationalize the laud and tho , cstab rallui ys rml all puMIo llsh a minimum wage and an eight hour day; In fuel, bring UnglanJ nearer tho Ideal of boclal justice tlinn oven France. The war bus shown that tho deal Is actual; here nnd now, n Goetho said, It Is possible to realize our dreams. Pearsons Magazine. this war, ono truth established: Any Z'AMtr.V HEADY FOR WAIC. Soiin cr our force, nor our ideals; it not our virtues, but tho pleasures we I'cntM.ylviuitiiti Offers Foiirtucn mid Hevcn DiitiKlilcrH. Olearflttld, Pa., Theodore IIoobo-vcl- t, who offered himself and four sous to his country In the event of war. Is not in a class with William Albright, cr, a farmer, who has Just tendered the services of himself, fourteen sons nnd seven daughters to President Wilson, whenever they are needed. Albright heard a neighbor, Joseph Chase, say the other day that ho could do better than Iloosovclt for his country by offering seven sons to the American cause. Albright Immediately announced that ho was ready and willing to outdo both. "I have fourteen cons and myself for the nrmy, and seven daughters for tho Heel Cross," he said, "and I nm going to notify President Wilson that wo aro all ready." When ho returned to this city ho kept his word. A fifteenth son was killed In nn accident at Dubois last fall. HMOItTAfiK offered. "Wo exercised a lively nttractlon on them," continues tho paper, "but wo lacked prestige and authority. Tho iMunic.tlii: Yser and Vordun havo revised judgment of American France. For years wo laltul to them of nothing but lltcratur and fashions. The Iwiiinilnatlon of battle has shown them we had other if rings to our bow and from that moment tho friendship that lacked, not fidelity, but substance, was reawakened." HOLY HOLLERS SLAY HELVES AS THEIR '.MIRACLES FAIL Cry for Fletcher's 'jSb JuiB u v?s Kfl tK !H ifl A. K4rv i&ff E IIio Kind You Have Always Bought, and vhUh has been la use for o?er over 30 years, has borne tke signature of and has been made under hJr. pcr- 9 OF IUMJO.V TIN CANS TIIUKATHNEI) Columbia, Miss., Mnrch 2.1. Chagrined over their failure to work mir acles, Stove Reagon and his wife, Lucy, members of tho Holy Roller sect, committed Buicldc Friday. Reagon produced a rattlesnake In Mondny a Holly Roller meeting night and announced to tho congro- gation that the rattler would not bite him because ho was "sanctified." The cnake drove his fangs into Rcn- gon's flesh. Mrs. Reagon brooded over tho affair, took poison Friday and died. A few hours later Reagon killed him self by the same method. Business Scholarship. We have for sale, a scholarship, good for a complete course In either or Bookkeeping and Accounting Stenographers Course In the Owens-bor- o Business & Industrial College. For particulars apply at Republican ofllce. TOBACCO SEASON IN GREEN sonal sapcrvlslwi since its infancy. n0 one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and " " arc but Experiments that trifle with and endanger tkc health of Infants aid Children Experience against Experiment. yjCi&ffltfrfiTA xwrvr. x&w Just-as-gw- Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age is its guwantce. For more than thirty veara it has l)een in constant use for the relief of Constipation, FJatulency, ' "Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Fcverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and iWels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural deep. The Childrea's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What genuee CASTORIA always i r Bears the Signature of gathered at Ilouy-Ko-I'ct- lt in cer- tain houses and told to remain in of hours them u certain number wlillo tho Germans got away. While declared, no herded together, they tho Germans had sent 200 shells into tho village, killing several persons. Tho funerals which wero in progress y In tho village lent color to tho utory. l'eoplo In other villages also assort that they distinctly heard this firing and thought that a battle was in progress. .Men and Hoyn Taken Off. y It was pitiful to motor through villages which had been far from the firing lino and untouched by any shells and yet wero lying in absolute, ruins. A.ctIvo steps tiro being taken by both tho llrltlsh and Krcnch to relievo tho people- in tho liberated zone. About tho only persons seen are old men, women and children. I!oy3 who had attained thu ago of 1C years or more slnco ths German occupation and men who In announcing myself as a candiweio considered over tho military ngo by the Trench wero taken off by date for tho olllco of County udgo of tho Germans for work behind their j Ohio County, subject to tho action lines. Many or those French boys of tho Hcpubllcan party, I feel that nnd old men had been compelled lo tho Hcpubllcans of tho County nro work in tho German trenches whero uuinclently familiar with my politithey said they also met many cal afllllatlon with and endorsement snd Russians, tho latter of of said party to judgo as to whether course boing prisoners of war. it or not I merit nit endorsement at I am persuaded that was nsBcrtod that one of tho reasons-to- their bauds. tho wholcsalo deportation of Bel- they will glvo mo fair consideration for this as a farmer and laborer In behalf of gians was tho necessity labor In constructing tho new posi- tho wolfaro of tho saino I h,opo I am tions to which tho Germans luuu sulllciont well known that they too fallen bac'. Tho Gerrauns wished aro nblo to cast judgement as to my the to uparo tho soldiers from this worlc fitness or ability to perform and bo employed theso unwilling civ- duties required by said ofllco. As a citizen I can only usk that If you are ilians and prisoners. Tho amount of work involved lu not sufficiently acquainted with my sawing down fruit tree In tho evac- conduct through Ufa enqulro of thoso who know mo and vo etf owrSath uated territory Is almost lncalula-blBooms to who know mo and voto for what you and tho destruction havo been carried out within tho last bollovo to bo tho best interest to tho few days. Tho Gormans claim that county aud I will abido tho result some trees other than fruit trees whatever t may bo. woro destroyed far tho purposo of Farm For Bale. blocking tho roads, this being JustiA 100 acre farm 4 nines east of fied by military law, was belled In Hartford, on tho border of tho oil many places whoro trees lining the fields. Good dwelling, baru aud othroads and dollborutoly cut down fell er necessary outbuildings. Young in positions away from tho roadway. orchard, strawberry bed t nd othor In any event tho clearing of tho ploaslng features. If 1 inM carry roads of fallen troes wan u mutter of y seat pike w.'.l bo near. comparatively few inlnutea. Seo, or wrlto Tlnaloy ft. Barnett, Hartford, Ky for furtlivr Ijenon. AVut'm 1Mb lesson baa been learned la One to-dallol-glar o, lutcr-count- Washington, March 21. A short-ag- o of approximately one billion tin cans confronts tho canning industries of the country, according to esby canning intimates made y tercuts and Department of Commerce olllclnls. Nearly five billion cans wero used liibt year in all branches of tho industry. Tho demand this year !a said to bo about double that and can-nearc hoping to increase their output no per cent. Only four billion tin cans nro in Bight and tho manufacture of this amount bids fair to bo delayed considerably because of transportation difficulties and bhortagc A shortago of of steel for plate. black tn, Imported from British colISnil Coiih? Feverish? Grlppy? al&o is You need Dr. King's New Dlscoverv onies nnd Great Urltian, to stop that cold, the soothing bal- threatened. y Principal railroads notified sam ingredients heal tho irritated membranes, soothe tho core throat, tho Department of Commerce that the antiseptic qualities kill the genu embargoes placed on plate, steel and nnd your cold is iiuiekly relieved. Dr. black tin hud been lifted and that King's New Discovery has for 4S everything possible Is being done to years been tho standard remedy for expedite their shipment. A commitcoughs and colds in thousands of tee of six Goverment officials and and have representatives of plate and canning homes. Got a. bottlolo-da- y It handy In your metliclno chest for interests has undertaken to make an coughs, colds, croup, grippe and all inventory of the canner's requirebronchial affections. At your drug- ments. Should the necessary num2 ber of tin cans bo forthcoming from gist, r0c. . manufacturers, it is said the price of canned goods probably will remain HOW TO CUKH t:ilUil)KK OK NKKVOUKNKSH at tho present level, which is an increase over last year's prices of In tho Woman's Homo Companion about 2T per cent. In one industry alone, tho canning Dr. Hogvr 11. Dennett says,: "It is Inipossiblo to glvo any ono of gray fish, tho shortage is said to plan of treatment for all nervous approximato 500,000 cans. children, becauso each case is different, and each child must bo handled THE LADIES' HOME JOURNAL. with the utmost common sense and THE SATURDAY EVENING POST tact. Some children can bo broken aud THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN of their nervousness by severe and wish to secure the spare time of a strict Ulsclplino, whllo others must man or woman to act as local reprebo humored to a. certain extent. There sentative in Hartford aud vicinity, is ono rule, however, which applies looking after the renewals of their to nil, and that Is for those who sur- many subscriptions In this section, round tho child never to become ex- nnd introducing these publications Payment will be cited themselves, or to give a recital to new readers. of the child's nervous symptoms in made in salary and commission. Prehis presence. Neither should ner- vious experience is desirable but not vous children continually bo told that essential. For details address, with they are norous. In fact, It Is some- references, llox 054. THE CURTIS times best to ovorlook tho nervous PUBLISHING COMPANY. Independsymptoms altogether. Nervous chil- ence Square, Philadelphia. 17t2 o dren should be allowed to play with other children of their own age, and A Jap Cull. not kept by themselves, as is often A bhare broker In Toklo, wishing in tho younger to stimulate speculation among tho dono. Sometimes children tho nervous symptoms dis- English-speakin- g residents, composappear when they start to school." ed a great handbill at great pains, aud printing it by some mimeograph-i- c TO THE VOTHHS OF means on n largo sheet of paper OHIO COIJNTY icproduclng handwriting, rs to-da- tf RIVER DISTRICT AT END The Kind You Have Always Sought THE CBNTAUH COM MAN V, NCW VOHK CITY, Ii Use For Oyer 30 Years J4i Owensboro, Ky., March 25, This week will close tho tobacco deliveries for tho season in tho Green River district. It Is estimated that about 1,000,000 pounds remain undelivered. The past week 1,157,590 pounds wero sold at a general average of $10.02. During the season there havo been sold 24,372,G45 pounds of dark tobacco. Tho sales through the pools and at the barns will run about pounds, making the Green River crop total 40,000,000 pounds, for which tho farmers havo received $4,500,000. 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CHICAGO i Yon Can You Be Whatever Want To Be You can bo a succoss, and a bigsucctias, if you havo AMBITION, ERERGY, NERVE. Tho road to Buccess is easy if you aro proporly prepared. A Business Education is tho ohief requisite for preparedness. Tho big men of today almost without exception aro tho men who prepared yestorday. Wo propare you for tho position that aro waiting for iho prepared man or woman. School 'm session tho entiro year. Pupils may enter at any time and receive proper classification. (Ml IB I Hi (Incorporated) liiiliii 6 OWENSBORO, KY. i I wuHUJumiiiHii KLrsaur s.: .rju -- ,mr,ih' ji ja iiWh' 'HMWrttif IMWiWHA'vaiEa JXSttS!!jSKSSSinSTtSMxarmmnA UeKavi KW.'OEtecra.-rJ- WHUWJJ (3 ,. 1,3 s to sco tho German spirit break, from the unspeakable nrroganco of thclr I first onslaught nnd threat toward tho Congress convenes Monday, When nnrlotl itttlll n fnlit .1nrt n nn n t r H n pxtraordlnary session It Ih expect- Kntnm) nrcor.tlni? to law t the i'oMomc CTflDV AC for coun-cWo aro nutfiorized to rinnounco the met mo In tho street nnd said' ' X'co Announcements column Unrtfonl, Ky., nc mull mutter randldney of AAltOX T. ROSS for lyomces published In this tluM, we arc lost. I have done t clarcd to exist between Germany an 10 irniary, ?r..00 In advance, tho Republican nomination for much In this wnr that rests heavily District offices, ?2.r0. of Schools of Ohio counl,, Un,tci1 Slatcs- - 0lnur I'OBslblo Filltor -ALLISON J. BARNETT. ty. Subject'to tho Primary Election,. on my conscience, but I hnvo done '' "" GERMANS TAXTAUZER XATIVKS it tinder orders. I daro not disobey." ' Saturday, August 4, 1917. W. 8. TINSLEY... Business Manager -,,r iteprcsentnlUc. - lhn nrmoiI - .. v !'!' iv AI.flk2T Pl'l.'nV IMWJIV.I.'IV.JI I4BJS l,l.llttlWo p.rc authorized to nnnounco the 'I told him that he surely world j Is doubtful, how policy. It ABLE WAV, UK SAYS. For .fuller. to ever. If so mild a step as an approval tm nlmulvoil. for hn wn nnt tn Mnnm. candidacy of L. L. EMRHV for tho Address all communications for RepreWo nro authorized to announce tho Thero wcro others of higher station Republican nomination ships would satisfy ' CbB Hartford Republican. of the arming of t sentative of Ohio county. Subject SIIROADKR for who must make answer to their God. to tho Primary Election, Saturday, candidacy of M. nomination for Jailtho President. Mr. Wilson has not tho Republican "When the Germans flrat came, tho August 4, 1917. public what ho will advocate GRATEFUL TO AMERICA mado er of Ohio county. Subject to the NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS commander sought mo and snld that Primary Election, Saturday, August In his address but a declaration or tt Hatcrlberi ilpilrlnir th iiiit .Judge. For County 4, 1917. tho pcoplo of Voyennes had fired on dfmmUKtKlvet!ieoldu(lliwlniniittliii:tIi n fitai0 0f war 8 tllO most likely llll- nnnounco the Wo nro 'leg9 fomcthlng between now and Food CJlven Ily Teutons Sonictlmos hla troops and that reparations would candidacy authorized to ttqwi. tho of MACK COOK for to nnnounco tho Wo nro be demanded. It was tho same old Republican nomination for Judgo of candidacy authorizedDUVALL for the Monday happens to change tho So Had That Cats Would Smell of .1. W. story, nnd I told him It was a lie; tho Ohio County Court. Subject to Republican nomination for Jailer of oi.itun.Hw..intionp.iin.ifur.iotTiiiiiiii:.v tlo.i. In the meantlmo preparations And Turn Away. that wo had no firearms; that If shots tho Primary Election, Saturday, Au- Ohio county. Subject to tho Prifor war continue. Many militia rce- line. monejiniuivHtiiH. mary Election, Saturday, August 4, were tired It was done by German gust 4, 1917. Cbtin-'01 OUt Nntlrrn (or mrvlern trwi. tmt other imcn,8 ilavo l,cen called 1917. KlTf rll.'f niulK. ic jier line, troops as an excuse to make us suffer. , guar J duty and mustering out of Wl nro nuthorIlclI t0 announco thc ioiinjmonn loiiiiniinhntlonft will reeelTn no nrltlsh Headquarters In Prance. Tho commander did not carry out his and on guardsmen returning from of It. It. WERIHXG for Wc nre authorized to announco the Hrtlou the Rcrjbllcan nomination for Judge candidacy of E. K. TIXSLEY for the 'tho border has li.sm discon'.Mi'vd. i London, March 2G. This Is the threat. of the Onto County Court. Subject Republican nomination for Jailer of iThe F:rst Is thc only Kentucky mill - "fry of the rust of Voyenhow, -Ohio county. Subject to tho Prima'" "" ' nnte or Iron. LC3 ...... tla regiment now In the U. S. ervirc ."'.nsiour uo i;i:re uaron, wno ion. CvurOsorlaiii AUgUSt 4, I JIT. ry Election, August i, 1917. , . . n..r1nv In tho simrinw nf tlin villi mil i. - -- 9 ..... .. oinur .... v c.y--i'- " u nave nuu many commanders out mo . farmers' litttvial inuuiu . .. ...... .n j n , tt nf hla rlmrnli rlilrli liml linnn. since iiicu nnu, one auu an, tucy .navo -- v. . " ca ifii niter tunKma kuiubui-iWe are authorized to announco thc Wc are authorized to announco tho ' aiigiu uy mo Germans mc onv rnlcd ,lolr ,ncn wtll a .jiscipjine of candidacy of R. It. MAUTIX for the candidacy of S. A. LEE for tho Re MARCH 0 not before. FRIDAY Republican nomination for Judge of publican nomination for Jailer of they slipped away from this pi.ilii tron Somo of tho 0lnCers treated Vie safe arrival of thc Am.M Han ' Ohio" County Court. Subject to : liner St. Louis, bound for England, little village perched above the vallo l!lvlr Bjordlnatos lll.e dogs; they tho Primary Election, Saturday, Au- Ohio county. Subject to tho Primary tho Election, August 1, 1917. - of tho Somme. Flashes of passionate j,nlll tll0 mcn wcro tlleIr siavcg( ns gust Another fact breught out by the is rci orted. Much Interest is aaeni, 1917. war is that food is as ncc- - cd to its unmolested voyage because protest mingled with a spirit of tno fyoi,ci, would be. I saw an European Wo nro authorized to announco tho We are authorized to announco tho candidacy of .1. T. WEDDING for tliu lot tho fact that it is tho first United proud resignation in his recital of rer one day, without reason whatever as powder. candidacy of .1. A. r.KLLAMV for tho Republican nomlnntlou for Jailer of : (states vessel to enter tho war zono.the life at Voyennes during tho tw.) ' cuff 1,15 oncry fo i,ar,i that the Republican nomination for Judge of Ohio county. Subject to tho Primaand a half years of German control mni,.8 eve wns i,lack for a Tveek The Tho Germans poison well but afer being armed. the Ohio County Court. Subject to ry Election, August 4, 1917. a civil imprisonment which ended soujior-only reply was to click hlj the Primary Election, Aug. A, 1917. . thorc's some doubt of its being abovoj The Allies continue to make gains along thc Western front but not so Monday last when through Held heels together nnd come to salute. board In tho game of war. We nro authorized to announco tho I We nro authorized to announco tho candidacy of CHARLEY .IOIIXSOX rapidly as last week. Tho cavalry glasses from tho loft of his prcsby-- , "Some of the villagers aiked tho1 candidacy of SILAS L. STEVENS for Success of tho French artillery seems to be playing a big part in the tery the priest, who also was acting mcn wny tj,oy SUhmlttcd to such the Republican nomination for Judge for the Republican nomination for iiorse- - treatment. They replied that they of tho Ohio County Court. Subject Jailer of Ohio county. Subject to There has been Major, saw iour iuiaki-ci.u- i leaves tho impression that Germany IJritish maneuvers. tho Primary Election, Saturday, Auchanges on tho Russian lueu on tho road and knew that the were helpless now as part of a milibut small to the Primary Election, Saturday, gust 4, 1917. is not on to the shell game. , Germans had gone and British re- - tary machine, but when the war wns August 4, 1917. front, tho Germans apparently hav-Hef was at hand. over their tlmo would come. For a Wo aro authorized to nnnounco tho Colonel Roosevelt has gone devil- - ing tho advantage. Wo are authorized to announce tho candidacy of C. A. SMITH for tho Re-- A tew minutes later a French cav- - Iong timo now tao German soldiers fishing. If he had taken along a can WIXSOX for Jailor of airy patrol appeared and the Allies ,,.IV0 i18ll no coffee on,i their rations candidacy ofnomination SMITH for tho publican nomination of llttlo kaisers for baits bo would HURRAH FOR XEW ALLY Republican for Judgo of Ohio county. Subject to tho Primary FREXCII SEXTIMEXT had formed a new link in tho pur- - have been growing lots and less. I the Ohio County Court ls Subject to Election, Saturday. August 4, 1917. surely have better than fisherman's suit of thc common foe. iu-u- a im- - (en you with all solemnity that when the primary Election, Saturday, Au- luck. 1,JI'- Paris, March 23. "Hurrah for our booming of tho guns In this pursuit the war Is ended thero will bo a reck- - KUIt We aro authorised to announco tho candidacy of WORTH TU'HKXOK a copy new allies!" bays L. Marcelin, a well- - could bo heard over thc stretch of oning, and Germany will know a Japan has asked Mexico for For County Attorney. for the Republican nomination fur oigiuy eauie nines blood-ro- d revolution. of tho paper in which she was asked Known political writer, m We are authorized to announi the of Ohio county. Subject to Thursday. This is tho note, taken Tlyj cure told now a tow narror "Tho best commander we had was candidacy of A. I). KIRK for tho Re- Jailer to join Germany in an alliance the press toward scars In thc earth. Known as Germa.i the one before tho last, who spent publican nomination (or County At- gust Primary Election, Saturday, Augenerally uy tue against the United States. Mexico 4, 1917. trenches, ribbons of barbed wire be- fifteen years ill America and mar- torney of Ohio ronntv. Subject to will comply and Japan will now see tho United States. AuPrimary Election, Saturday, Tho news of the call of President hind tlicm and n bit of shell-tor- n We are authorized to announce tho ried an American girl. He had tast- tho 4, 1917. how it was to bo done. gust randldacy of .1. W. PERRY for tho Wilson for a special session of Con- - waste called "no man's land" had ed the joys of liberty in a free coun Republican nomination for Jnllor of For County Court Clerk. At a less eventful timo the fight Sress and tho military and naval pre- Isolated a section of tho French pco- try and his every net, no matter how Ohio county. Subject to the Prl. - pie from their country ns effectually We are authorized to thc Ho spared us stPrn wa3 kindness E lection, for sneakershin in tho House would parations being mado In that counSaturday, August occupy a dominant place in the as If they had been suddenly trans- - much. For two years and a half wo candidacy of W. C. ';4. 1917. attract much more Interest than Is tr' for I for the Republican nomination - planted to another Hemisphere. toil0-v- tver-- v FrenciiHo ilaVe been out of the world and prob- at present centered In that direction. nul)llc mlml County Court Clerk of Ohio county. I Wo nro authorized to announce tho llas Subject to the Primary Election, candidacy of Tho independent vote will, it seems, man who n,m an American acquaint- told how in Voyennes women, child- aoly will never catch up. ' l. M. IIKOW.V for tho wllen luo United States rcn and old men lived and toiled for Saturday, August 4. 1917. organize the lower branch of Cong- - anco asks Republican nomination for Jailer of "Glory of Vcnlnn." ress, although thero is talk of a Is cni'ns Into thc war. The Temps, thc invaders in utter ignorance of Ohio county. Subject to We nro authorized to announce the ry Election, Saturday. tho Prima-4, in a sober rcvlcw r the recent lJur- - what was Going on in tho world August bipartisan deal. ..Tho GcrnmII8 d,8trHjI1.d a paper candidacy of M. F. CI I CM LEY for the lus iiiu iiiiui itaiib ilavo buultcu ui uuoui tiieni, juhi us oilier uiousanus they printed, called the Gazette dC3 Republican nomination for County 1917. still shut within the German lines Ardennes, but we could not read Its Court Clerk of Ohio county. Subject After receiving tho American noto tno hands of 'ho Germans, says: For AvseMMir. "Tbus goes on in perfect calm tho are living, tolling and wondering to- - extravagant falsehoods and accusa- to the Primary Election, Saturday, has an- tho Mexican government Wo aro authorized to nnnounco tho nounced that in spite of our position thoughtful evolution that has led thq day. They wcro told long ago that tions against our country. One day August 4, 1917. candidacy of D. E. WARD for tho It will continue its efforts for peacj. U'1'1611 States from neutrality, which their beautiful Paris was to fall witli- - wo obtained a French paper. Wo Wo aro authorised to announce the Republican nomlnntlou for Assersor nor oniy possiuio course uur- - in a ween auu would ue piuagcu anu knew then Au olivo branch and dove mean seeinea that Paris had not fallen candidacy of L. II. COXIMT for the of Ohio county. Subject to tho Prifor County mary Election, Saturdny, August 4, and would not fall. Wo knew the Republican nomination about as much to tho average Mex- lng two years, to the very threshold burned. Later they were told "Paris is glory or Verdun. Of America wc Court Clerk of Ohio county. Subject 1917. ican as a hickory HticU and a sparrow of a state of war. It is inappreciablo that this evolution was accomplished dead," and tho Germans added insult' knew only that Roosevelt was urging to tiiu Primary Election, August 4, does to a Chinaman. ' For Magistrate. . 1917. without our having done anything to injury, the old priest exclaimed, tho great nation to come In. Wo are authorized to announco tho 'artificial or lictitious to provoke or by pronouncing it "Paris" instead of candidacy of W. C. DAUGIIERTY for "Wo knew last autumn of the batFor Sheriff. If the Republican candidates for Wo are authorized to announce the tho Republican nomination for Juscountv offices cnntlr.tio to camnalsn accelerate it. It is verily tho Ameri- - "Paree." tles of tho Somme, for we saw woundt. candidacy of . A. RALPH for the tice of Peace. Roslno Magisterial ed Gcrmnns coming back until the in thc same spirit that has character- - can conscience that has thought and Subject to tho Primary ElecRepMlcan nomination for Sheriff of American Prldo Unbroken. cd the race up to now there will be ruml its wa'- - ll s roads seemed choked with muuglcd Ohiu county. Subject to tlio Pri- tion, Saturdny, August 4, 1917. The Inhabitants of Voyennes sub- - men. Wo saw other thousands golny mary Election, Saturday, August 4, ilikcnnl in tho final election and ' conscience that has fcpoken ill the Wo are authorized tp announco Plucky onc3 will bo found fight- - volco of President Wilson. Never mitted to tho enemy domination with back of tho trenches after a brief rest 1917. of .IAS. A. DOLING for tho c"i" tho ticket For eich olHco 1,as a moro solemn verdict broken heads erect and patient calmness and heard them cry out: "Jesus havo Wo are authorized to announce the Republican nomination for Justlco or j that tho Germans could not under- - mercy! Jesus save us!" Wp heard rf a1 ten are being made, abusive Gorta Insolence." A. HItATCHER for tho Peace, Sulphur Springs District. "We would break your wounded men tell of tho maddening candidacy of S. nomination for Sher- Subject to tho Primary Election, SatTho Temps aluded to thc great aid stand. order j8 not ued aud Bmn tho Republican officials declared, liro of the British and French gun? iff of Ohio county. Subject to the urday, August 4, 1917. "u of securing votes are un- - lho clJtente allies would have were ' pride," Prussian you slaves. All France and wc heard tho tumlut of thoso Primary Election, Saturday, August licet ' Practically all have tna suggestion or W. P. G. Harding, "and make Wo aro authorized to announco tho landlij, m ,veg if uefeiltea to Governor of tho American Federal' shall fall at our feet." guns ourselves. Our situation, too, 4, 1917. candidacy of E. W. JACKSON for when., MVIUIJilV AUC UUilfjVI Reserve Board, adopted regarding; Palo, drawn and old, ns was the was maddening wo, who could only Wo aro to announce IU3 cure, nevertheless he seemed imbued bo saved by our brothers' devastation candidacy authorized JOXKS for the tho Republican nomination for Jusour rgo field or candidates are creuus lor mo cuiente, the tlco of tho Peace, Reaver Dam Disof G. P. with sudden, defiant strength as ho of our beautiful Franco. Republican nomination for Sheriff trict. Subject to tho Primary ElecO,'nown and tho present spirit Is raised himself to his full height and FLEET OF 15 DUTCH SHIPS "Many of our girls wcro taken of Ohio county. Subject to tho Pri- tion, Saturday, August 4, 1917. " pleasing to followers of the mary Election, Saturday, August 4, OX WAY TO U. S. FOR GRAIX continued: Now all women from tlmo to time banner in Ohio county. Wo nro authorized to announco tho I never again able to work aud have no children de- 1917. "I told them that candidacy of M. II. CHOWDER for ' Washington, March A fleet of would Franco yield to such a foe. pendent on them have been carried We aro authorized to announco tho tho Republican nomluntiou for JusNOT FROM MISSOURI. was said ' Tliey taunted us anu saiu tuey wuuiu away slaves to Germany. Wo pray crtndldacy of S. E. BEXXKTT for the tlco of tho Pence, Roslno Magisterial Dutch steamshins "If Editor Allison Uarnett, of tho crush Europe In a few months. Wo that they may suffer no sadder fate." Democratic nomination for Sheriff of district. Subject to tlio Primary Republican, has not as jet found out hero Friday to have balled recently Ohio county. Subject to the Primary Election, Saturday, August 4, 1917. fight live -- . suggest I roin a port In Holland for thc Unit- repllcd that France would how dry 'bono dry' Is, wo years and moro if necessary. Some-lim- Shnrpen Everything Rut your AVlts. Election, Saturday, August 4, 1917. by way of Halifax. Tho Wo. aro authorized to nnnounco tho that he tako a run ov.er to Kuttawa. ed States scornfully they laughed at candidacy of W. S. DEAX for tho For Superintendent. Plow points ground on short noThero you can't so much as get a vessels all steamed out tho same day this, but lately they could not con-lai- n nre legally Xote tice by power driven tools. All kinds nunllflcd, Women wno to vote for tho Peace, nomination for Justlco of drink out of tho Cumberland river," and now are believed to be well north nre entitled Sulphur Springs Magistertheir fury that tho var was last- of woodworking and blacksmlthlng A good definition Herald. will of the German submarine zone School Superintendent In both Pri- ial district. Subject to tho Primary ing to long." around tho H1ltis.l1 Islts. done to your satisfaction. Servlco mary and Final Khntlou.. suffice. Election, Saturday. August 4, 1917. "And did tho people suiter much?" unexcelled. It is Intended by the Netherlands v.'o aro authorized to announco tho Wo are authorized to announce the GoMirumuit, which lias tho .Uips 111- ho was asked. CLEAN UP. GILLESPIE 11ROS., candidacy of K. H. HOWARD for the : ulacy of S. W. LEACH for tho "Ah, yes." ho roplled. "Our food Ky. has, patted; spring is hero der charter, to have them lead grain, Hartford, Winter Republican nomination lor Supcrlii-tcuden- t K vnblican nomination for Justice of long. Then wo had to astf end will soon bo in full bloom. Tlio probably in New York, and then rc- - did not last of Schools of Ohio county Cm i'eaco, Heaver Dam Magisterial work for tlio Germans and tako wh.it t. Iciuperuturo will gradually riso until turn ty routo they came. It was cx- Subject to t'.o Prlniuii EleclkAi, German Held As Spy. Subject to tho Primary It was so Saturday, August 4, 1917. Saturday, August I, 1917. not only tlio birds and other dosirab- - plained today that lack of foodhtuff.s they gavo us. Sometimes March 28. N. Y Rochostcr. even tho cats refused to log, hut files and germs ab well, will in Holland made it necossary that a bad that Adolf Vattes, a German, is under st Wc nro authorized to announco the ) Wo aro authorired to nnnQunco tho linfl?i tr ullr Pmnmmi rvirrlers of hrin niinnfllv lm nlilnlnnl nf minn cat. Then tho Americans began to in Geneva on tho technical randldacy of MRS. I. S. MASON Tor candidacy of .1. Y. HAGERMAX for ' feed " aml th 8avc'1 N10"1" germs, such as rats will soon thrive. and it was felt a merchant fleet could Super-pcoplo aro verv grateful chargo of attempted suicide, pend- tho Republican nomination for county,1 the Democratic nomination for Weeds v. ill peep through the earth butter bravo the dangers of tho pea lives. Our of Schools of Ohio of.tlce of tho Peace, Hnrtford Majslster-Subjo- ct "But lot us not dwell on tho phy- ing tho nrrlval there of Federal to the Primary Election, Sut-- j lal District. Subject 'to tho Primary nnd, if no reslhtance ls met, will con- - than individual ships. Many Dutch ficers from Buffalo. Tho discovery unlay, August 4, 1917. but speak 01 tho sical sido Election, Saturday, Aug. 4. 1917. tlnuo to grow and look ugly. Nature's ships loaded with grain uio now moni.il and moral anguish wo en of a letter ho had written, telling of will bo hampoied by things i,IB delalnod In EritUh ports, cither It seemed llko the bpan of ' visits to plants at Springfield. Mass.. by tho Ilrltlbh authorities or through dured, for unsightly. 'er cities, wuero 110 iouuu Court in tho Ad.imson decision In do- - doing Inter-stat- o commerro business it had left .n allan n hundred years, Oii.-- r towns over tho country In-- 1 fear of Gorman submarines. elaring that railroad employes havo tho moment It ls nskod for. I scarco cn keep my 'conditions all right end had Hashed but imbecillc. .spring a clean up and! stltuto each Of course, thero Is 110 comment to a notlco to tno uerinan ageni ior no rlgjit to strike In concert. Ordln- vagrant thoughts togothor." Stork Shipments. paint up 1. in pa 11,11. Why shouldn't transmission lo Mexico," led to hla arllv. such a decision would havo muko on the assuranco of uny' oily to Wilson & Mlllor, of Owoiihhoro, re- Hnrtford Join this movement this nrrost. Later ho attempted to kill boon blnionod abroad, oven to tho call to account tho Jimtlocs of tho imcii Pl'" ycarY Wo havo tho location for a colvod stock for shipment at tho L. j newspaper, V.ittos nrrlv- - remotest country but Supreiuo Court of tho United States, .... HHH Wiin hJuisoir with a knifo. Tl'tl" ITIIIIIl V IV I I' IfclllV -- -' -. ... , ,. K. uopot ncro iiionuay. tho 101- pretty llttlo town nnd u few days of i, . v,. ,1nvo oit'ier tho publicity buteutt bus fallen but It shows how Important tho over, tno ucrniwu cuuiuuiiKiam in conccrled action would do wondero. lowing Ohio county farmers mado In cfllolency or tho railroad lur Is when this lllod protest calls at tho church, talned employment at an automobile Voymiiu6 appeared T. ui.i-- . nro hero to help and (icllvcrjefo: presidents nnd thoir lawyers aro wait- - that part of the decision "a relapse with n party of soldlors l.carlus pet-- " school. A search of his personal pho-thIiiiiok & Harass, !!b' head; Rowan practically all of tho citizens will oe lng for something. to the old roectloirry det'posllion of cans. Ho bluntly told the priest fectn revealed maps, clippings, HoIIjuh.k. Id tiad: Alex Roll, G found wllllujr. It may bo wifely Rut absolute confirmation of whut Russia and Mexico," and says that It ; he whs tired of tho war and, as tographa and other auspicious doou&. Tieucnor,, Stt lidud. Roll Hint the Mayor will gladly tho ruling means comes from no less Is "out or harmony with tho freo near- -' Jucnis, that the oattla one means of hrlns,In(f tho end It 'sotiM'it0d a proclamation sultiiiK aside a ecthan Samuel Gompors, atltutlous of this ronubllc." (.Lurch. er. he was going to bum tho of such a cam- shipped were worth $10,000. lui.' ior th Morrison, prosldant, and Secretary Labor does not llko It, but tho pub- Tno Due. Tho priest thought It wa.i a cruel Did-'it Haras ulso Uellvorod to paign If the proper iuterost Is i!iown. Taxes to the town of Hnrtford for of the American Federation of Labor, Ho does. This decision Is absolutely bugs to the Jest until he was escorted to his the depot 20 lioad nf who huvo had the "cheek" to file 'in harmony with what this republic tho year 1917 nro now due. WEEK'S RKVKLOPEMEXTS. K111K' .nui. One (.urioad 0.' hogs wero bouse aud held prisoner there. He thut the penalty goes on with the Attorney General of tho stands or. Mr. Goinpors und his on Impotcutly was compolled to look Tli talking of the American ulto shipped. States protost ngainst this sboiates would substitute or Congra3 while the Inflammable liquid was April 1, and savo this additional co.it cteamer Healdton in the North Sen torch applied by paying now. 'JRonder unto Cae- declaration In the big deoisiuu. They and lho Supreme Court the dictum ' sprayed about and the AtUnifttsttatai'A Notice. by a German submarine is the most fcwjw. of the Four Brotherhoods and thu sar that vhioh bolonics to Caesar." l0M JlRC' 0f n 1Uo All psrsens iMtving claims njtalnst important happening reported iiuc4 E. P. CASKlUkm, Marshal. It is true, as thoso leaders nssert, American Feileratiou o Labor, only tho wooden oruelnx 3Ct our issue of last week. Tho vessel tho estate nf Mrs. Luctiulii Taylor imevlor, , that the court, went out of its way When labor squirms nnd assumes was tornodoud without warnlutf and dotoasod will present thorn nronorly sgalsst the altar wall, by some freak, to lay down this, great pronositon, j to crltiolse tho high court, the rosjt of Court Holds Sit rll.es Illegal t Uaweu. Later at night soversl American meinlHsrg of Ike jwroven to mo at my ofHee in Reaver weaim! Railroad men, railroad lawyers and tji'oy also know that every Dis- - tho country knows Hint labor arrog-trlGermans rede away. Not another crew wore lofet. Tmq set wkUM tk nm, Ky., on or before May 1st t ' Court In U16 United Statos, aneo bos recelvod a vital body Welow. building In all yoyenuoa was toueh-nu- d and Wall Street have, mado liUla, 1917, or Uioy will ho forever brrd. breech between the two tatjl.4u,.u.iy iiliU oow- - undor that deeision, will graiit 1111 lu- Kih.anl D. Jouus in Dully News iu.s una "d. D, R. HHOADS, many newspapers of iiuuuvil -- nut," said the old priest, "1 llvod ment ovor tho action of tho Supromo Junction nsalnst u striko on railroada , ReuorU, Now York Administrator. ' countries y it eliminates all doub. 3914 4 HarttOrd RepUOllCan.,;jcaar between Germany nnrt Am-- 1 nnpnrr ",ljU I KtLAItu ANNOUNCEMENTS. cr PDCMrtl - tr.-illt- I ni-- riSr""5! i Ul, , j i ... ...!.. .,.. ' ' ... ... """' i ! j ... otll-essa- ' j -- I ' I 7" 7 ! ... ! I j , , DIs-trlc- le ... i I ,' n-- .iL,. Ro-jllc- an ' ... 25.-ffftc- on es nu 1- '4 nr-ro- nt to-da- y, ty 1 .... .. I II """1"' I . rul-do- wn ot-r- ol at pre-dl't- ol Is-s- ut-ul- - er "t j i ' et , tr-j- ! !feMrSW OT mm M- - V ' UilB fffrix of tho estato ot R. If Kiel, deccasod, March 20. ; . NEW, SPRI m COAT? j WHY SURE! A new Mrs. Tony Davis, of Louisville, wns tlio guest of friends and relatives hero recently. Wnntal Interesting man to en-- 1 mo In conversation on oven- -, Incs every onco In awhile. Address 39tf XY55 caro Uepublican olllco y and toWill pay" for eggs morrow 2Gc In trade. ACTON Investigation showed that thcro wcro not only two yellows but also two KING complete eggs, one Insldo tho other. Although tho Inside egg was quite-terlal"mall the shell was complete. What "a'ry 'nc Ior woul" an egg Ilka this? TO im loLD l" c'-,r- spring coat has become to be a necessity When in forgot tho stovo dealers. Hartford, Ky. need ofn good stovo don't ACTON BltOS., ' DUOS., and naturally you are going to buy where you can get style, quality and best price. Now, we want to say to you that we were never better prepared to give you exactly what your taste and purse demands.' We cordially invite your inspection and presence to our Ready-to-We- ar Planting time Is now Hartford, Ky. at hand. Wo havo a full lino of Looso Gordon puro and clean. Seed ILER'S, Hartford. Slnglo Comb Whlto Hale. Leghorn Eggs for Hatching 4 cents each. MUS. ROBERT E. LEE, Olaton, Ky., It. 1 39Mp. tiarden Seed and spring Is coming, so don't put off buying. Get your wants now while our stock is plentiACTON BR03., ful. Hartford, Ky. Ropublica'n went to press As tho last night tho Amomn Class of the Heaver Dam Baptist Sunday Schorl wero preparing to present "Breezy Point," n play in threo acts, at Dr. Beau's opera house. ate, Mr. A. whohas been in Newcastle, Bid., for several months making a study of automobile repairing, returned Monday night. He expects to go to Louisville Monday to spend a few days In tho Ford shops. E.-P- Mr. P. M. Brown, of McHenry, announces this week at n candidate for tho Republican nomination for Jailer of Ohio county. Mr. Brown's entry Into tho race Is looked upon with Interest because ho Is suro to poll a good vote In tho Primary and if nominated will have tho support of united parly In tho final campaign. Ho is a farmer and has mado a sucHaving always cess In the Industry. been a hearty supporter of Uepublican principles ho feels that he deserves consideration by tho voters of that party and If successful In this raco promises a thorough campaign for In the filial. His qualifications tho olllco are excellent. CAPTURES HUNTER WHO KILLS REAR IN III9 MAJESTY'S PRIVATE IIUNTI NO GROUNDS. Depart- i Jk Buy At it ment, where your eyes will behold a complete line of Waists, Skirts, Spring Coat Suits and Millinery. M I TInsley arrived at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Raymor W. Tinsley, of tho University of Missis-..pp- l, Saturday morning for an extended visit of twenty-on- e jeurs, after which lie expect 8 to locate else They are your friends. Every dollar spent where. Having added 4 high bred roosters with them means much to our town and com- and 30 hoiu to my Plymouth Koci: munity. Accept our advice and remember flock, I am now prepared to furnish saves you J eggs of quality for 75c per 13. Spc pays to trade with a house clal prices on 100 lots. money. MUS. B. L. TAYLOK, 3Stf Hartford, Ky., It. No. 4. Plows! "Spring will soon bo here Plows and you will need them. have advanced 20 per cent since last year, but we sell them at the old last year price. Anything In the Farm Implement lino wo have. S. L. KING & CO., Hartford, Ky. AARON T. ROSS, The Robino district has another , Republican nomiTrof. Aaron T. Ross, of Beayer candidate for tho nation for Justice of the Peace in the Dam, announces this week as a canMr. James I. Clark, of Rockport, is person of Mr. M. B. Crowder, of didate for tho Republican nomina hero with his bon, Weber, who Is slcl: llnrsn llrnnch. Mr. Crowder is well tion for Superintendent of Schools of qualified to represent bis district In Ohio county, making tho race for of measles. o a threo cornered affair, ..MARCn 30 the county's olliclal body aud if FRIDAY Mr. J. J. McHenry, of Louisville, given the nomination will be return- -' Mr. Ross received his education In visited Mr. and Mrs. Rowan ed an easy winner in tho final clcc- - the common schools of the county Saturday and Sunday. II. Ji ST. L. It. 11. TIME TABLE. will be and at Hartford College, having tion. His announcement No. 113 duo nt Ellmitch 8:32 p.m. Looso Garden Seed absolutely found 'In this Issue. graduated at tho latter institution. No. 110 due at Ellmitch 7:30 a.m. puro and guaranteed in every reFarming ImplcmeiitsWo handle . Ho ls young, full of pep, well quali- Ellmitch .. 3:40 p.m. spect. No. 112 Lv. ILEIt'S, Hartford. musl u recognizee as a con tbe Celebrated Vulcan Chilled and ueu Ar. Irvlugton .. G:35 p.m. Moadny for Bluo Bird Plows, Com Planters, tender for the honors ho seeks. Ho Mr. Androw Glenn left Lv. Irvlnglon .. G:G6 p.m. ho will bo engaged In Disc Harrows, Cultivators, Mowing ls now a teacher iu West Kentucky Ar. Louis vlllo . 7:40 p.m. Harlan where for about a Machines, Hay Rakes and various Seminary at Beaver Dam and Is preconstruction Lv. Louisville .. 8:35 a.m. brldgp No. We also han- paring to mako a vigorous campaign month. other farming tools. Ar. Irvlnglon ..10:0C a. m. dle tho Weber Wagon. Plow timo for tho nomination. Miss Erma Carter who is attending Lv. Irvlnglon ..10:40 a.m. be1:04 p. m. school hero returned to her homo on will soon bo here, seo our line Ar. Ellmitch We aro glad to announce that E. TIME TAUIiE. Kouto 1, Wednesday on account of fore buying. M., II. & E. It. It. L. Martin has been appointed our W. E. ELLIS & BRO sickness. South Bound, No. 115 reprcscntativo in Olaton, Ky., and is Hartford, Ky. Is in 8:4G a, ta Miss SalIloI.Tndley,wlio Due at Hartford now ready to show you samples of Tho following delegates will go to school here spent last week end with North Bound, No. 114 tho now, distinctive and attractive G:GG p va. bcr parents and family, Mr. and Mrs. Paducah to attend tho Older BoyB Due at Hartford. . " lino of Bethard Wall Japer Co., decConference In session at that city: Nat Llndley. (Both "Mixed Trains.) 1017. Mr. Martin is an Fresh-- 1 orations for Mr. Joo Hockcr of near town, sold j Edward Ford.representlng tho experienced decorator. Let him show i,in..,i mr lnn.1 nf lmv to Mr. man class of Hartford High School you tho novel and delightful effects Hoover, Sophomore class V W. T. Keown of near Fordville, one Edward can bo worked out In your homo Orbin Tlchcuor, Junior class; Ran- that " day this u.ook. PapPersonal News representing the this spring with Bethard Wall ll'...iir.l TmMv lrlTn ntt itn ?inr1 dall Watterson,Meeting; Raymond ers. Prayer ... ... I rt i). in l. l.i ..It. cairn.nl nt. THE BETHARD WALL PAPER CO., Yeiser, representing tho" Methodist and Social Events. Indianapolis, Ind. Address ABC cnlngs each week. Sunday School and Boy Scouts; John ' 30tf caro Republican ofllco. o Allen "Wilson and John Ros3 Taylor, Laud For Rent. For host dealors In" Furniture, both representing tho Boy Scouts. Ono hundred acres ot good corn Rugs and Mattings, cal.l on Wo aro glad to announce that John aud tobacco land for rent. ACTON BROS., Mr. Arthur Mlnton lias gone to T. King has been appointed our repL. T. FOREMAN. Ky. Hartford, Ala on, O. resentative in Hartford, Ky and Ij 3Dtt Hartford, Ky. partlesTtowhom wo havo loan- Tho Mleu Ruth Itlley spout Monday in 'now ready to show ou samples of ed wJro Etrotchqrs. pleaso return tho 0W( dlstincUvo ot uethanl TATE DENIES EVER Owonsboro. l for 1017. H.Craigof Louisville, was them at once. ACTON BROS., I Wnll Paper Co., decorations Mr. W. HAVING SOLD LIQUOR Hartford, Ky, I Mr. King Is tin experienced decarutor. hero Tuesday. ' ijCt him show you the novel and When in need of a Cook Stove, To my customers nud citizens of Sco Eck IUul?orGardcu Breaking I Hghtful effects that can bo worked Hertford and Ohio county: foriret whoro to get tho best. 37t and light. lmullnSi ACTON DUOS.. out in your homo Jhls spring with I havo been in tho restaurant bus' Mr. 0.'w. Bennett, of Bcda, is visHartford, Ky. I Bethard Wall Papers. iness for tho past ten years at Beaver iting rolatlvuo hero. CO., Lam uid'Hartioid and other towns I havo a ?350 Harvard piano that THE BETHARD WALL PAPER . S. T. Burnett visttod relatives Indianapolis, Ind. I hate tried to run .i of this county I will sell for 5G0. A real bargain. in Central City last woelt. Wo nnnounco thl3 week the candi- straight Intalnoss and have, and Jiavo C. P. KEOWN, Mr. J. L. How ley, of Llvennoro. 3St2 dacy of Esq. W. 8. Dean, of Dundee, bad some sucobs and tomo failure b Hartford, Ky. was In Hartford this week. tor tho Republican nomination fort About 3 months ugo I came tp Knox Wright of Route C, wa3 arVirgil. In.nnt sou of Mr', and Mrs. rested nudj tried to start a nraisht esterday mid In default of Justlco of tho Peace In tho Sulphu" Springs Magisterial district. Esq. inuiness which I havo. Now bomo V. C. Elgin Is ill of pneumonia. bond was lodged in Jull. Wright 13 sorvlng In that capacity persons through yn.Ji.dlc8 havo em- Follow Ohio county politics by chareod with failure to provide for Dean Is now jtuid huo mado an enviable record, j luya.lthe detective agent (the piuiio BulfrcjIbliiB for Tho Republican. his mother. jwhllo acting a3 magistrate. Ho "is ,nan) to do soma trapping. He of llnrwilnTirPimw-Wo'aroofferln- K Mr. Henderson Murphreo was lu eonnslentlous iu Ills dealings, both nf.iCOurw had to do ipmathlnf, and me closin1'ilday and Saturday. bargains In Plows Plows at Owuiisboru Jllclal and private; votes for what Lavlnc? In mv rvtiiurnt uome Neu- d g-out prices. Iho bolioves to the best Interests of tromal, sold and labeled as uonin-- J Miss Lucy Kirk, of KontovlHo. S. L. KING & CO., her brother, Mr. A. D. Kirk, last his county and district at all times Uautvdrlng, hu3 charged tue w'h Hartford, Ky. wuak. and lu other words in a It on an oxoel- - Hcllluir intarlnatiuir llnuor. el'II as Spring tim is iterc. usi uusy unci ent mas sCralo. Tho Sim ro ls n,,unr ,. n.iimr v. H. Combs, of the Horir. a business fet )our iiowi, Harrows and allwon known nnd win run strong. Now friends, this is all a niistako aid, wlll'roturu toduy from fsrmiiiK Implements you need. Tho trlpUo Louisville. . Notmg unusual vim in tho cackle I havo novar sold a Of op of liquoi In Is at Co. 'Drug Co. for all bast plaeo to get your supply of om) of h,B JlQllB ,nst wpok Mr m. Ht0i Co to Ohio ACTON BROS.. Henry Plrtle, of routo 1, wont to the, TJie'Naulroiiittr wlitoli I have baan i.i..ju .vnrfln Goods BftW BKIU. Hartford, Ky. 38t2 j poultry housa for luvaatlgution. lie selljngls the Idewtlcftl dope wukii Etc. Masks, Bats, WANTUR Woman to cook and ' found tho asoltcd hen near her noat otkr raMfWrant !:aaiurs or thU town Hammooku," CroiruaT"Sets nud a Taoklo at do goutrul house work, in family of !aa in uie nest air unusually latgo hava ljitt4Id, pnmnloto lino ot FUlilug I yor frland with to 38t'J 3 adults; no waaltlng; good wages 'ogg. Tho aboil had bjan.brok'an and Drug Co. f ni m-J- j. iuuh, iv iu uiu iiuuvu vruru oiuiiuu luwafu wjmu. ruiia j.' c. -t- urn.) Sob HomeBe Fair With Your Mr. Home Merchants. that Tho City of Hartlord has about paid off the old debt to tho Kentucky Light ft Power Company and It is understood that Manager E. G. Bar-rab- s, ot tho latter, will submit n proposition to tho Council soon whereby tho town will again bo all lit up If this comes to pass the prlco of shoes is likely to drop Immediately and tho shining parlors will suffer a slump In business. Men can sco whero they are going and will have no excuso to offer when they stumble Into the wrong place. o-- o Women may lay asido their hip boots STOP, LOOK, LISTEN. and it will bo possibles for men to stop swearing. Tho maneuvers of EUREKA FLOUR , at following a lightning bug will not cnuse a pan- prices, strictly for cash: ic for fear of an electrical storm. ..ktj bag Strangers will bo ablo to find thclw 12-ls .or. bag way from tho depot to the main part 34-l- b S 1.25 bag of town without sjiondlng hour3 wan- tS-lS 2.5". bag dering In Muddy bottoms.. Tho cur- 9S-lbag 9 C.O ious will probably stop training flash l'bajrtl, in cloth . ?IO.OO lights on the rupils of one's eyes to 1 barrel, in wood . 510.15 loam his or her identity. "And the All bags aro of sanitary cloth. Lord said let there bo light." Prices subject to market changes. ti W..E. ELLIS & BRO. Lin-otyb. b. proclamation found tresspassing on His Majesty's privato hunting grounds should bo captured and confined to tho royal' palace. Consequently Miss Martha Hunter, formerly of Williams Mines, is a prisoner for life. The Innocent Hunter roamed Into tho heart of King's wood's or tho wood of King's heart, found hersolf and suddenly by armed guards, or Guard's arms. Mr. Charles E. King, recently relumed from tho border whero ho went with tho Guardsmen last summer and resumed his dutlC3 as operator on Tho Republican. Ho usked for half a day off Monday afternoon and returned a few daya later smiling checrfullyand It was then learned that ho had cast the most Important slug of his career. Tho wedding ceremonies wero conducted at tho homo of the brldo's mother at Williams Mines. Hero's to their health, a, Tho King issued that all dear hunters ed .....$ b. b. -- that Card of Thanks. Wo wish to express our heartfelt Barney Johnson qualified as guar- thanks to tho peoplo of Rosino for dian of Lizzie "Whobrey" Johnson, tho kindness shown us during the brief llncss of our beloved wife and on March 2(ith. Robert Simpson was appointed mother "Mrs Martha E. Royal," who and qualified as administrator of departed this llfo March 13th 1017. the estato of Martha Ann Simpson, and whllo wo are sad and lonely, wo feel and trust that our loss Is her deceased, on March 2G. Husband and Children. Mrs. C. E. Daniel qualified as ad- - 'gain. ILVPPENINGS IN COUNTY COURT DURING THE WEEK x Cora TorroncG was tried March and adjudged a person of unsound mind, or n lunatic and was committed to the Western Kentucky Asylum for tho Insane Commonwealth vs. Joo Ta'tc.charg-e- d with selling liquor to minor, ploa entered and fined $50.00. Commonwealth vs. Joo Tatc.chnrg-c- d with belling liquor to minor, trial and hung Jury. Commonwealth vs. same, party ,two other cases, chargejl with selling liquor to minor nnd Wo cases charged with selling liquor without license, all filed away with leave ta reinstato Commonwealth vs. Ab Lawrence and same vs. Enos Lawrence, charged with having liquor In their possession for sale, trials had nnd hung Jury resulted In cacli action. Clarcnco Aull, who was brought hero Saturday nftcrrtDon by Patrolman J. C. Hurl, of Owcnsboro, anil charged with deserting his wife and liirco children, was released Wednesday afternoon upon a promise to return to his family. Ho lives near Fordsvllle. Eldrigo Mllncr, charged with deserting his wlfo nnd Infant child, has agreed to return to his family. Mrs. Mllncr and tho child havo been in tho county almbhouso slnco September, but ncghhors of tho couplo, who livo In the Ceralvo section, havo offered financial aid In securing furnl-tur- o and other household necessities upon condition that there be a reconciliation. for Shorlff, S. O. wilt leavo y Detroit, Mich., whero ho goes for Melvln Neighbors, who ls under arrest there, and charged hero With child desertion. Sheriff Keown arrested Carl Law-renand A. Faught of MclUr.ry. esterday, each charged with having liquor in their poscssion for salo in violation of lav. Lawrence, In default of ball was lodged In Jail, while Faught was released under bond for hl3 appcaranco in court. 2G, to-daco o-- &&&&&&&$&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&$ VI Hartford Republican. tliat-ofllc- Men's Spring Suits No & Hol-bro- ok I. t? c ! au a ing now the purchase of your JJ doubt you are consider- - & Ill ... J J g .i I g J? '15 SI l .. 8 i H ,, .Mi-3- j g 5 new spring outfit. We want you to know that our new spring suits are ready for your consideration. That all the new extra styles are shown here for young men as well as the more conservative styles for the older folks. Our new spring suits for boys, .also, are in stock, and we are ready to interest the mothers 'in behalf of the bo.ys. 15 you want your boys well dressed we will accept the responsibility with su preme confidence in the result. Our new spring Shoes,Shirts, Hats, Neck Ties and IIosiery,you may need some of these also. This store is complete outfitters oi men, Boys, women ana pmi N JJ g J g g l if & $ artn. n to 4 4 . & vis-Ito- t,,tr , we are very careful about the $ qualify of- ihe goods we sell $ We want you in for a good ii look at the new things for spring. - 2 store to do business with- - and It's a very convenient, easy II & 11 il 1 t. Barnes & Bro. from u huslnass ir.p to NarrowsuJud Owcnaburo. M, um yMtrd5v "'"" an , staBioiu, Ohio ffSJSST Ky. Co., !. vmx . I won turn vnllnwa 'I'ltrt fAatill nf flin' 1 'I'VI'V Beaver Dain, Ky :rvK??vvvvvwvVvvvvv?4J3:?s:is:?: C II Ml. i.a "l0!tWtlMtMi. 7!r"i'xr. , 352T T??T- i - . - - y- . .- - x 2CT?T - i a! tt, M .ft if 1915 when a largo part of tho corn In', and dogwood In lino of Jacit.-w1H1 ncro survoy; thenco with n lino tho northern States fallal to ripen. -ri.own that such HOTEL Inr.tlR.tloa. a disaster with Its nttendant Iors can ;i whlto oaks and thrrii small black bo prevented. Tliat's onu of tho polntn oak", also corner to Henry Dover: fc! Attorney Law If.. II.. ntnlnliiml In n mnnlv r.A.nitrn theilCO With II llllO Of H.lltl DllYlT S. ..., ... ,..... I, some nfl iniiiii ,,y Dr. It. J. Wheel- view tho futuro outlook with HAIlTFOUD, KY. ))ro,)arC(l ''"if. PlTC Tons .f Hay Whore Ilulra. cor-- 1 Ittt tropl-- 1 ,. and . . In tbki .,,, ,ivcr. ti1CM,.t. will an Will praotlco his prota-sloJ.ni ' ,r. fornicr dcKrcooVW.. rnrnurs n """ and adjolulnff iunti4. CoiiitiuaoiaJ polea to tlu iml Experiment Station. It gives lr,i n, s. CJ 10. She years ago 1 had on my farm elation, tno tako tho opposite plain ,,ractlc.vl liisfructloiiB for rals-- j hi'RlnnliiK. 1104 cmilalnlng acrc.i. and Criminal lractio a 3xJalty. fifty acres of creek hotlom land thn' can not help but Dolnamo land con- was vluw. It Is truo that there tiro fuwpro- - mo.i' or lew 1K nlon0J..maki I1R coril cr0ps This land Mwdnl drnlnaRO. J- w 11 111 mm en fact, that have brought success to r hor.es of th lOFWCAN ht by most people to bo of . kn. rough tucky than Ins lhoU8alMs of mrmor8. ,.,,;, whlch )uI. . Ufff cl wluo, slnco It was only lit for years, but tills Is a situation inai can In a city wlittt toed hotcti An . ccIaUy i,clpful feature of Meed Is of record In deed hook :1S, MBiiiro for cattle. . ana one wiai bound, the Ponlutia htldi the , u ,9 tho caref,,! con- - page 207, Ohio County Clerk's offleo. 1 took before tlllng'nnd will ho remembered Ti,.. rtr. inn lilt. Tho above boundary will ho sold Is not fraught with Uio uaiirs 01 in 8,,oratloll of cnnlalo differences from It it fitit la tht hum cl iu Ky. mis 10 buy a llostrnm farm level and subject to a homestead Interest ad etanttymen. n".-- . I thought overcrowded maritui. ..-.- . . to Florida and judged to tho widow, .Mary V Wol- '. iMalno and Minnesota .. .. ,..r . itthi ir:i tar on ihn illt eh os where ... aan . . utility ,'ivvms. w-- i ....... "' wherever rnu live, wimtcver 1..1. ..i.i .i i, m,i muni. I fount! a Highway and ,, tho ,nScusslon when wo tako Into con-- 1 p Also tho following dosorlluil tracts wl from tho level that tho land had horses, but Design- . .. . 'nf innii. ci.ir.nfinn tho fact that during thoi,ill .... nmm una uuuvi,i".iu ;uui utniii. - Tn-- IntH nltunt ml In thu town of Of fall aUU Sullirai-'ll- l ,. .. , .. i .. , ... I nnt 'nam two years over a million horses n .u.u .....i ni... LU.. u. ra..-- , i Dumlcc, ohlo C()unty, KriitiirL) and no... .....i to ,fil(,Lircd to threo'and mules have been exported iiesidcs, mere aro inieresi-- 1 bounded as follows: tke ditches two and ono-ha.m. u. JnR c,mler8 0Il 8We(!t zone, tnero is no room 1st lot llogiuulng at a stone In conl and ,,ol,. ct deep and laid tho tllo with a fall war to tho waiibC of tilt) jcorntvso julli0rs of tho corn fn tho Hartford and Narrows road on or two Inches to the 100 feet. Tho speculation as S3 degrees ) H. tlitxt have brought a nlco bit of the north side; thciiM N. The Vomliatan n ttlmcil, of tile used Is what is called shortage. 10 i:. HIVi feet to a stone in tin- Mil Ktlflll. Ill ttctl-len- t has, ready money to many a farmer, The advent of the automobile "seconds" In sower pipe, two feet locution on lVnni),lvania Hartford and Narrows road; thence Avenue. ISth aid II bltcet, and naturally, cut some figure In the Tho world Is looking to America N. 12 degrees SO K. 20SM.. feot to a long, sis Inches for laterals rukci it it itrntaMp hndqiur-tci- s ky. e stono In comer of I.. 1. Miller's lot: iii:avi:k horse Industry and, wo regret to say. for its ro0( supply. (tit btntal courtri, lomiit olrht Inches for mains. t degrees to bo farmers realize thnt this Is a time thence with his line N. lartitt, contentions, jc)iooli anJ of pipe, has causod discouragement I put In seven carloads . ijlests. 30 V. 171 feet to a stone in southi some Ofllcc Jniiien ToIor' I.lvery Ham. The Towhatan attficM the and It has proven entirely satlsfac- - written on tho countenances of con-th- when It will pay to increase produc- west corner of I.. 1. .Millcr'i lot. This bulletin con- thence on a straight line 2Stf feet to Veoplc ol dilute ami education tion somewhat. tory to mo. On some of this land) of our breeders. Uut wo aro to Slate, War ami Helng a part of tlu Nat Derailments, alio to many formerly grew bulrushes and vlnced that tills Is the result of i tains hints which can bo turned iuto tho beginning. ' I ointi ui lust i teal ititereit, logical extra bushels of corn at harvest. Yet same land convoyed to Win. V injket Ihn freet.illy wild grass I have made as high as btato of mind rather than of a man believes Its absolutely free. Hotter send a Sprolc by II. K. Dean and Klizahoth to a iluctirmuating pubNo sano fivo tons of timothy and clover nay conclusion. Hean, his wife, on the 29th day of lic. y before the matter slips August, 1907, and recorded in deed bushels of that tho borso will ever be displaced postal per acre and seventy-fiv- e room The TowhataT o!Ter with ilcuelietl bath at $150. corn. It is now the most profitable entirely by machinery, although in from your mind. It's the first step hook 31, pago UIO. Ohio County Poomi with pr32.00 and up , wm.-- i Doing same lot ron-- i towartl moro corn money. Ask for Clerk's olilce. irnupll uuilimt InB S UUul ime tath. 11 S3 1: CO and vp. land I have. Chas O. Urowdcr, in, tno western comum-aR3 Ml M .tM.M liavUn PATCNTQ V 'th "rip. Weile lor I. KiVl.-- t areas aro being cultivated, tho farm j "Bulletin No. SOG" and address Tho veyctl to decedent by W V Sprole Southern Agriculturist. PAX a4mt.Mt!init&MWulj, l wir THAT November 12. 1909. Chomical !lUIt' w" OM13 111 CLIKrORD I LKWTS. tractor has, nt least for tno present. American Agricultural mill tnltiM.l. iltoiu. rrlch for rnCC "fi'l m intuii 111 for work Company, 92 State St . Hoston, Mas. ;wiii:ji uri-- r.20, Ohio Count Clerk's Hull lktrriUUltltr diminished tho demand 1.7 arV ritrtle, SOR- - IU .17, pago A ProflUiWo hncstment, i i passing Hircricncca. nr fr ouu. m III sec on oHIcp. , on IYnPi,t.l iv ,l,rillto I ' Irtt ; 9 Making a good homo garden is ono horses, llut. j ILEJ 2nd lot. Kcginuing at a stone on country, these large tracts of """"JlLl. ' Ib03.B0B Sovonth Stromt, 1 of the vitally important means of cut- -' of the S. sldo of Fitzhugh Alley; thence S. day be cut into smaller I S i:. 4 '4 poles to a stone; thence S ting living expenses on the farm and land will one say tho profits. farms and tho tractor will, to s2 W. 5 poles to a stone; thuye N thus increasing tho amount of bo less in demand. ; For Infants and Children W. 18 links to a stone; thence S It has been shown that moro than SO least, s j W. Kentuckians will poles and links to per cent of tho food consumed by tho In Use For Over Years thence 4N. (i W. 4 Spoles and a 2stone, links ceaso to love tho saddlo horse. farm family can bo grown in a gard- noer Always bcarj to south side of Fitzhugh Alley, nnd But to view this wonderful animal the en of reasonable size. witii the same N. S.'i, E 9 poles and purely as a plaything or show horsei Signature of 4 links to tho beginning, containing I always select for my garden the WILL YOU only by those that is made approximately U acre. Doing the richest and mellowest spot of soil is an error seo such animals in the TAKE, same lot conveyed to grantor by J who only which Is conveniently near tho house. D. Halph and ulfo April 20, 1911. way so as to chow ring. Men are only children MASTKlt COMMISSIONKU'S SAM:. recorded in deed book 40. page 277, Tho rows run tho long a little longer. It is Ohio County Clerk's office. Being ' allow using a plow with minimum who havo lived Ohio Circuit Court. amo lot conveyed to decedent on is avail- therefore no matter of wonderment trouble. If a disk harrow automobile, as a new toy Clay E. Sliown, et al., I'laintiffs, . A Treateenl February 1st. 1913, by Albert Cox j a in i b?:s3tiBXim able the land should bo disked beforo that tho vs. Xotico of Sale. t, and wife, which deed is of record TX3 iini-'hi- T in their hands, should supplant for a -- - KMTf?' breaking, and then disked two or for WEAK 1 companion of their Garfield Uarnard, &c , Defendants. or- in deed hook 4G, pago 341. Ohio j Pursuant to a Judgment and County Clerk's olilce three times afterward, applying man- - tlmo wen the womuu k JJ LUNGS or buiu ihu uiuui der of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court The purchaser will bo required to uro before each disking, if it is poss jouul, out as a EJiniajiCnr'' vMrir'!T4iHU ' 3?!WiCfWV day whilo riding in her automobile: rendered at Its March term, 1917. execute bond Immediately after sale -" v"' iblo to obtain it. In an old garden, KhBsaaafiariHKa CONSUMPTION. I enjoy in tho aboo styled action, for the with good nnd sutllcicnt security nnd "This car is all right and nUAKANTKKI) SERVICE of course, this harrowing need not, it, but I wish I had never sold my purpose of a distribution of the pro - ' a lien will be retained on the laud per cent I i Ono hundred bo done, but mauuro should be apI cceds among the parties to said ac- as further security. frrllos. A uulcW rrllrl lor (bit IlieJ. value. Special work for V. tion, after tho payment of al cost, j Given under my hand this 13th The writer mare." plied beforo breaking. cousin, palm la cbrit. nlthl twrali. Iirtnor And there aro others, who, In tho including tlte cost of this sale, I will day of March, 1917 II II O. V. tlucr.. weak lunci or coniomplloa. makes It a point to deepen the soil of yoa II coiti you BlhIo(. courso of time, will feel tho same offer for sale at public outcry, to thoj OTTO C MAIIT1N. V. F. STEVENS, his garden each year. Southern highest and best bidder, at tho court. 37t:i Master Commlsisoner way. OHIO MEDICAL CO. R. F. D. 7. Hartford, Ky. !5K.K:..6S" Agriculturist. house door, in Hartford, Ohio coun-- 1 M. L Hcavrin, Attorney How long would even a largo sup- - ty, Kentucky, on Monday, tho 2nd ' Representing Continental ; plantation walk day of April, 1917, between the Marble & Granite Co. When You Hu a Siro. Get a Good P'v f iasat uiairi'iLanMi crs last were they on tho market to- - hours of ono and four o'clock p. m.. one, jv clu'b members And we are almost tempted upon a credit of six and twelveare, day? A number of u following described propright hero to suggest thai, in our months, the m.. natir,c nimnt rmrn-hro- ri and erty a A certain tract or parcel of land Tho opinion, bettor results might be tirM Th.it iiiP.ins nrneress. "Wants ' way to better live stock is through forthcoming in the future If our in the bottoms of Hough Ilivcr, near i WITH Hartford, Ohio county, Kentucky, Perhaps wo needn't say breeders would lean moro toward tho and bounded as follows; good sires. Fifty-fiv- e Lespractical typo than tho show horse, typewriters, n that any more, but we wish to add ns Beginning at a stake on the Hartsons explained by Moving Picjust a little to it. When you go to but for fear wo will get into deep ford and Owensboro road, a southture machine. Seven big Dewest corner of the original tract on buy a sire, get a good one. Don't water wo will not oveu hint at it. I rnn rt -PriCI... 5 partments Shorthand, BookIt is a well known fact among the said road; thenco with said road N. by buying an m "save" a few dollars can a si go. n rim FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE scarcity of mule 21 W. 527 feet to a stone on said Tllil Dettln free keeping, Telegraphy, Stcnotypy, 'OLDS tnforior animal, it win uo mo poor- breeders that the Diitolved In water for douche stop? to road; thenco N. S4& E. 3400 AND AU THROAT ANnUINGTFtOUtUES mares nas reacnea me oanger point. a stone on Peyton's plough; feet Music, Primary Normal. Expelvic catarrh, ulceration and Inflamyou have ever done. ost saving thenco I GUAR ANTEED 3 ATI3 PAOXOUYF mation. Recommended by Lydia E. pert teachers. Modern equipThis does not men that we advise As a result jack stock Is not showing with said slough. S. 1 Vj W. P.05 feet, Pinkham Med. Co. for ten yeari. p HOR MONEy REFUNDED. Position ment. assured. pay extravagant prices. tho demand it has In tho past, and 321 Vi B. 250 feet S. C4iA V. 202 any man to A healing wonder for natal catarrh, 23C, S. G u2 E. 1511 feot, mule market is en- - feet, 531 W'rito for catalogue Fancy blood-lino- s and show confor- - the future of tho ore throat and tore cyo. EconomioaL , W. 252 S. 21, W. 172 to a S. 39 1 xUxdiDity clcoinj and snpioJi xtrr. matlon are worth little in tho siro dangered. stake, It. Holbrook, V. Elgin's, or Sarr.lt.. Frc. 5ftf. all .Imocn.f. n .vwlna.l Irf. m we going to do about It? Bond Bros, ' TwrmMmBtnwimrSmF. mrWWuz. TlTJmt corner; thenco with that Is to bo used for grading up a What are Daviess Co, Bus, College I amaj. The PaitenTolt Comrenr. lahjn. Maw. J herd or flock of scrubs. But Individ- - Contlnuo to tako the pessimistic side their lino, N. S2 W. passing their and ual excellence and sound breedim; ot tll situation and wake up just in S. T. Barnett's corner at 1012 feet, Incorporated Barnctt'a and It. II. Martin's corner aro worth money oven then. Every timo to find another market dcvelop-puro-brc- d at 1730 feet, in all 3025 feet to the JylJSJSJBjBSajBjylalkrVvbvBs OWENSBORO, KY. oven OC YCARS S that may mean hard work In tho beginning, containing G9.3G animal is not a good ono. EXPErtlENCE AfiDonrcNDcn.sfn'oi'J.B acres. ira.l!r"!r"l..tnlort lrn Imv n nnn future to hold OUr Own? Wo believe Samo land conveyed to Felix A ShavWhan tn hnv ' Q ruprtll. J. to.. IN ALL COUrlTnlC3. V If you can't select him yourself, get tho breeders will realizo that now Is er, by C. M. Harnett and wife, and TlmUe l itirrit t Uh WtuU'JtOH lift ''""' tho timo to breed their marcs to good S. E. Bennett and wife, by deed of N m.i irti.d efmttt filial, a man who knows to do it for you. March 30, 1909, and recorded in deed Pnetlci Extludirely. , 'itfr.t anJInfrlngt-ntii- t The Missouri Experiment Station stallions, for as sure as the mouarch-- I book 36, page 415, Ohio County . r romo lu ui at H j ' ttlt Straat, Baar Valtad CUV. ratast OSc. BJ ies of Europe aro doomed so suro Court Clerk's olilce. says: "Tho selection of tho siro ' VAai?INOTO H. D.e. Braiv?wBr Thaog Marks Tho purchaser will ho required to equally ns much attention as will thcro bo a demand during the Dcsians suthctunt tho entire group of females." South-- , next few years that can not bo met execute bond with good and sain, and rttvi ' Onnvmr.UTR Aft. security immediately uftcr Anvnnot, nil'll. fl rL.'Irh rtul Hacrlptlnn niRT unless this Is done. ,ern Agriculturist, nnlrulr inron a lien will bo rotained on the land ii r opl u ireo iwmlicrtin nil , I IT Mini ITA TB fT lC r"-- I' Tk A writer In ono of the horse papers until tho purchaso money bonds are -I ,i, , .GilXurti'a'Mit ' XTH llnrtNt'itt -i in ri 'i. . ... Ki.vlre ' Tho Automobile lias Ilecomo a Nee- - of tho State took us to task tho other paid in (till. If Given under my haud this March day hecauso wo publlbhcd an articlo 0Hy, put' written by one of our regular con-th- o 13, 1917. Good roads and automobile OTTO C. MARTIN, fanner in touch with tho schools, trlhutora In which ho dealt rather 3713 Master Commissioner. critically with tho matter of placing i Glenn & Slnnncrman, Attorneys. FARM LANDS nnd City Residences tho churches, relatives and friendo at i stallions over tho Not Mho Certain Others. tak- - thoroughbred nre now selling nt n low cost, a distance. Auto trucks aro fast V1 Is reported that Villa has shot for breeding purposes. As wo It but don't expect it to be so aling tho place of costly horao flesh. State ways. If you over expect to own paco "avo sald ucforo' tho Farmers Homo his stenographer for doing too much No farmer can keep many art- - writing. Therefore, rearons the your farm or your home now Is with progress who falls to realizo tho Journal publishes a great icles with which wo do not entirely Cleveland Leader, It couldn't havo tho time to buy. importanco of using modern machln concur, but wo feel that every man been an American stenographer. ory for having time and expense. Topeka (Kan.) Journal WE HAVI3 several farms listed In "' Again, tho auto is doing much to "B r'Kl " I Ohio county and they can be I promoto contentment among our opinion ami our policy la to play no favorites. Tho Farmers Homo Jour-t.- .. MASTER COMMISSIONER'S 8AL.K. had for reasmablo prices and j young people. In that they can enjoy liberal terms. If wo do not Ohio Circuit Court. ......... t, .w.. nal does not, as suggested in tho ....u ou...... t iwiuiu u.f ..lain..,, nni.ii nowspapcr urticle, stand alono for havo tho particular farm you du- -, other. Tho Isolation ot tho farm any ainslo hrced. hut It stands first, j Jo,m Spurrler and R. II. Spurrier. siro wo will make efforts to set iUcCALL PATTERNSperfect fit, tlmpllclty tni life in the pust has beuii largely tho Ctlcbratcil for itjlr. ri. Sold In utaili last and all tho timo for tho general 1 reliability ntarly 40 it for you. Adniru. of tho estate of S. J. oaubu of so many of our boys and an ited I every cityoranil town In II e U.More Mitea that POPULARMECHAiNICS Woller, deceased, Plaintlffa, (n'd of tho farmers and farccdars 1'T mail direct. I Canada, girls leavinr; tho farms. The auto Interests Notlco. YOU want to move to Hartford ' uy ether rnake. Send lor irea catalogue. vb. IP Is a timo saver and therefore, a of tho South, no mutter what partic- - Mary P. Wcllcr, ot al., Defendants. MAGAZINE ILLUSTRATIONS whero our children will havo tho tfcfcCALL'Sauotcriueri than any olhct lathloa 300 ARTICLES-3- 00 ular line or breed they nro promotMore monoy-makc- r. of a Judgment and orIly vlrtuo ruijarlne-milli- on a montlu Invaluable. IjI-ci- l XrVfP InfonPfd of tho World's Propr! In advantage of a good high school . Ins. Kormcrs Homo Journal. ot tho Ohio Circuit Court, kneinvrilni;. Mechanics and Invention. For der of ealo ttylct. pattrrnt, ilrcumiklnir, millinery, I know u corn club boy uho clear-notify us. Wo havo houses and plain tcnlnir, laney needlenoik.lial'drciiln, father und Son and All tho Family. It appeal rendered at Its November term, 1016, mouoy enough in four years to n ami women. etiquette, rood itnrics, etc. Only GO ccnta toollclasc Old. and Younc--cause, for the purposo for salo and believe you can lots In tho abovo (worth dnublc), Including a tree pattern, It la tht nvnrito Aiaicaxiuo.in luouainaaor huy him a ?4G& Ford. ThlH eamo' Ouoo moro are tho machinery and of paying nil Just clnlma npalnst the J car loiom tiirouahout uu vvnri l uur r orriya ubicribe today, or lend fur Miaplc copy. , select ono from our list to your CnrriiHiuili'uu aro conatantlr in the m ntoh boy, with his Hlstcr, goes to tho high tho manure out in the weather? They eatato of 8. J. weuor, aeccaacu, una " tor ttuac ue aad Intvruallntf and It la INDUCEMENTS WONDEKFUa. liking. to Acents. foiui DrinR premium cautoeue school from homo every jiiornliiK, a shouldn't bo. Southern Agricultur-,- n distribution of the remainder of Writ ton So You Can Understand II and ncwcaih pilteoffcia. Addrcit lue Shap NaUa Da part man t (2(1 I'aRMl CKinulna among those entitled tho proceeds dlstanco of nine miles. His city cousin 1st. 1't actlcal 11 ula fur biicp ork and i'"J JJJ fur tliu mccill co. zx i iu if. nia su new tout lavruim to du tulnaa around tho Homo. thereto, and lor tho payment of tho VE HAVK a comfortable home In rarely ascribes to him tho title of bo- -' Umataur Mackaalca (17 1'aiM) for tho Unja and modern improvements Hartford, costs of tho abovo styled action and Jawhallkoiaiuukothlnea.H'llanowtoiuuaowJro. aMaaaWavaaaajaywninaj Ins "a clod hopper out of tho btlckti," How to Get a Crop of Corn, ic nnii ni'Crapil Oiitllta. Knalnea. lluata. tlnow tho cost ot this ealo, I will offer for and a good garden in cultiva,lol dttwoirr. Umx Jiurnuuro. ulo. tiuntuina lu etc.; and if they do, this boy knows glanco at tho government record sale at public auction to tho highest LtruollonaforuiOAlecbttalu.Cauipvraadbtiurtauiaji nolo or rent. Flaco tion for SINQLK COPIU. lc 11.50 PCR YEAR that ho is happier in tho freedom ot .Dhows that this subject is now arous-- a and best bidder, at tho court house U,ee traa, yaur aawaaaalae ar lral Iraa) Ua pnallal,,. rents for $10 a month. ajMnui copy win door in Hartford, Kentucky, on Monaont on roquoai. farm homo than ho would bo In lug moro Interest than ever. Tho day, April 2nd, 1917, at about POPULAR MECHANICS MAQAZINU tho tho city. v no. lancninan nvviua, aniuiuu ;avorago farm valuo ot corn on Do- - hour of ono o'clock p. m upon a 1h a nccebtlty if wo aro ccmbcr Thu auto 1, 1916, was 88.9 cents per credit of six nnd twelvo months, the Call on or address property, described to equip our farms for both profit bushol. Tho averago for tho pre- following . Succeed when everything e!so falls. and pleasure. C. I. Grizzard, In ceding C years was a llttlo less than A tract of land in Ohio County, TINSLEY & HARNETT In nervoui prostration nnd fcrualo C8 cents. Tho prospects for tho man Kentucky, Southern Agriculturist. on tho waters of Halls iVikvi am 4Vt Wfi nlr tin !: ciitirrimA who kuows how to make his corn Crook and boundoa as follows temtdy, at ihoucanda have testified, Real Estato Agents, Deglnning at a poplar, whlto oja .V We View Tho Future of Tha fields do their best aro bright, indeed. Secured or Your Money Back FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND I HorM!. Uut, it takes real farming knowledge and black oak and dogwood (njw f at trKlfin-- toko tno DrnURhon Tmliutu--. tho ir you STOMACH TROUBLE Kentucky. a stono also) tho N. W. corner tof thatliutiiiciMiwiiTvVjx'oa Although donio of thu prominent to itrow a big crop of sound, muturo It iti ilio C5t luvuikU.U CVCa' bOlli land; Mienco with cntakoltutco(li;ori imU. Wrlto IiMiaii Republican. Offloe, wriu-ib In uuaiiUK with thu eudtilc corn. over a dxuggis's coantfr. IlKiCOIlUft'S flUCTlUL UtUScH OJUJau lino N. 44 3. 290 poles (to an old fidttafc, Jajr, Btttfc Vhoam r.jja- -t , .liorso situation in Kentucky seem to Most farmers remember thu fall of two blactc gums, uirco black oks Farm Department ".,..... t.. Ito iSMTC.wfnoli'te Profossionai Otto C. Martin at ,""" .,,,,,, ,' j" ti'nTd ..-- ..,. J- , ".fiteV at aETAYLOR.CE Beaver Dam, Drainage ..-- grn m m 1 1 t ..'.' ..,. lf ,, tl' ( ...'.. to-da- ... .,, i j DR. - 0. E. HART VI3LTELH1NARY ' j SURG BON d.i, I Wldc-a-wak- 1 at '" TnAUC-MAIin- ...... ui-i-(- i .'-- J !' CASTOR 30 A Itcd-blood- C&&ffi&?&Z ( "JKiWre... ' .rk OUR K!-- ML GERMINAL REMEDY It rajS9KMK j iaM5Lmx ; I FOR ONE MONTH -t- to-w- i I i KiLLTdE Every Woman . uukc Jt COUCH a,ui.,.r3 Ik. HOssg's i.w ummwi iMinnnuc vvrJ , ' ' Real iSSUSB i Y I I J Estate! 11 e , i to WsM ; w ; (fVrlB t..ii I )L-- AVAGAZINB : to-w- lt: Electric Bitters i D OSITION s oooo Hartford, n-- U "AlmVJWm,lWt!' ' r ' ' ,,j.iHai.'.1l.lli'iyi'-a- ,i ajJiiT- - HSBSSSGHHKQEriHE2SEiIi?i:!3KaaC2fflSS3R ehargo the uro of a of twenty sovon ncrca on tho conduit road. landlordism and rent nro causes Upon this ground tho women will of poverty, as well as tho private on tap In military tentH under military ownership of other means of produc- - discipline. J tlon Is, such as tho prlvato owner- -' Tho entire period of forty days There an times In every woman's Mfc when she i will ho split ship of mines, mills, factories, etc. Into two courses of needs a tonic to help her over the hard places. Socialism would correct this groat- - twenty days each. Any woman more When that time comes to you, you know what tonic Hoforo you buy you should oxrunine our hand est of all causes of poverty (land mo- - th.in IS joars of ago, whether a to take Cardtii, the woman's tonic. Cardui is commade farm wagons. Tlioy run lighter, are made of i unpoly, landlordism and rent) by ro- - member of tho organization or not, posed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act claiming all land for Government win no admitted to tnu camp. gently, yet surely, on the weakened wtmanly organs, lln very bust malurial and last far lornier than anv ownership ami control, so as to furn- Stringent health regulations will ho and helps build them back to strcngtli and health. iiiaehini! made wagon you can buy no mnttur what J ish homes and the natural means of ohterved, and no student will bo It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak, permitted to live at tho camp who living to all tho people. ailing women in its past half century of wonderful price you pay. Hy land reclamation hy tho govern- cannot present a health certificate success, and it will do the same for you. ment of swamp and arid lands, and of from her physician. You can't make a mistake in taking We also do nil kinds of Blauksinithing and lie- Tho total foes for tho course of lands held for speculative purposes, m gmm pairing, especially the hard jobs tho other fellow afaffk. flBilw twenty days nro $30. The prescriball could havo homes, j hy this means the total ed uniform for tho encampment condo. Moreover, oan't GaW Hum mP BBB and khaki i wealth would ho Increased and con- -' sists of a khaki coat ..!-- ,. ,.c ... ...,,.:..!.. (II ti, .1 : illilli , Hi'.irt, ono army iiaunel blouse, a served hy those who created It. 111.1" ITU ..i.i IIKIIVV IS 0lJ'lill l ilUl.'W.IIIUUIIIg ESscPvifl'aHi Wt 1! ..! ,1 .1 If tho Government of the United Hold campaign hat, blue necktie, ono ' mhicii your pairouage in mis imo. earnestly tan i States would reclaim unused land, blue hat oord nnd hlgh-lace- d shoes. Personal baggago is limited jt'.uil ultlze it to sotvo tho unemployAiss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark., Kepeetfully yours, ment problem, poverty would ho to a suit case and handbag. It Is says: "1 think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth, expected that President Wilson, 'eliminated from tho community. for women. Before I began to take Cardui, I was ' Tho payment of rent to the private members of tho cabinet and high so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy owners of land Is (mo of tho chlof unity and navy olllclals will attend spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well arid j causes of poverty, unemployment the opening of tho encampment ns slrong as 1 ever did, and can eat most anything." ' loud excessive toll that weakens and uegm laKing Larciui today, bold by all dwulcrs. taicim; two thoisan 'dcstros the human race. a ski'om) ESSfi Another common cause of poverty 'hirty-livi- years experierire in the .hop. Is tho capitalist system of production Someday the scientific camera man and distribution, which robs holh iyy um Va. SSSl VPM "-- " producer and consumer for profit. Is going to photograph for7 us the poverty thoi.iiuls of movements In nature Socialism would abolish by making attainable tho source.! of wfilch wo havo never been able to ..... .. ...-.- ., T, m ttTa7Z7zmzmzr,mmJiaMWXMX7rM& onranTTr-C.1 eo because of their lightning swlft-nosi nature, ho that mankind may ho ralM. . r.r i This would bo ae- This camera man, predicts li:i(K IS A COMI) PLAIT. 'lO KTt'P.I'tilt LITTLI' montv fl ' eoinpllshed by collective Ownership tho Popular Science Monthly, will Hotel, Louisville, Ky., Main St., bet. 6th & 7th ft of the means of production and dls-- R have a camera ctipablo of taking 2,- - j Louisville trlhutloii of Production for uso. In 000 pictures per socond or posst-- ', Tin' Onl Hotel In l.oulivillo Opemtcil on Hie stead of for profit, which enriches lily a camera which lakes a coutiuu- -' American mill Kuniprnii PIiiiih. tho few and Impoverishes the many, jous motion picture with no revolving Poverty, unemployment, and want shutter and Intermittent Illtu move- AMIT.ICAX PLAN (With Moalst of opportunity, coupled with over-- 1 ment. Ho will, in fact, ho able to Ilnoiiis w ftlioiit Itatli lint with Hot ami Cold Illumine; WiiUt. work and nervous strain, cause in- -' photograph tho fastost movements Hlngle, $2.00 jior day: 2 people. J2.00 each ?f ltooms telleetual poverty, paucity of Idea in nature. single. 2.R0 pur day; 2 people, 2.2f. each r0 Kooius In Germany a picture has been and narrowness of mind. 1 full of life and action filled with the :0 Front Rooms. sliiKle. 3.00 per day; 2 people, 2.50 each part of a t Mental and moral perfection do- - taken in one fire of fine inspiration and followed s ullli I'llvate Hath: pend upon right social and economic second. Tho ordinary motion picture by 250 short stories of adventure, f.O Uooiiih siimlo. 3.00 per day; 2 people, 2 7.1 each. will furnish', camera tak03 sixteen pictures a sec-- I Socialism euviroiueiit. will make r.O Rooms hiiirIo. a.fiU per day; 2 people, 3 00 each lond. This means that a consldcrabla this r'Gl't envlromcnt. It will do it hy equal ownership of , portion of tho action Is not photo-- j I'OI'I'AX PLAN ( Without, Meals) the means of life, and hy equal ec- - graphed. In filming a motion picture Cold ItiiunliiK Water. Itooim. without Hath hut ultli Hot nod ononilc opportunity and a full social 'drama tilts loss means nothing; hut people. JO. 75 each' 7& Rooms slnclo, $1.00 per day; in scientific research tho films would labor product for all. in 1 5 people. 1. 00 each singlo. 1.2T. per day; CO Rooms Man's Intellectual status ought to be worthless. At present tho fastest t Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' Page, 1 .10per day; people, 1 25 each f.O Front Idioms single. picture camera takes pictures be (and would bo with economic Idioms with PrUiitc Hath: Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton oFfun," Articles of tlco in vogue) far superior to what at tho rate of 2,000 per second. Napeople, 1 25 each GO Itonnis single, 1.50 per day; Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds to rhc best it is. Ah, It makes mo sad to dis- turally this camera misses very little '. .single, people. 1.50 each 2 00 per day; 00 Kooms minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone cover how little knowledge tho aver-ni?- p of tho action and shows us many workingmau possesses! lnthcnomc. there is no age wonders of nature which tho human THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Cor. Sixth and Main Sts. limit lo enthusiasm for The As Socialism would snap the eye lias never looked upon. Three Current Issues Free Hnropean Plan Only. Youth's Companion. chains of economic slavery hy the If you do not know THE COMPANION let us send you Three CuTvnt Issues power of economic freedom, so also Rooms Without Hath. ?I.Ot mill up; Rooms Willi Pilwite Hath, 5 1. 50 FREE. Inclose this Coupon with your 52 Times a Year it will glvo that Industrial lndcpond-- I mid iih Rest I'.atliiK Place in Town. request. F0R FLETCIIPR'S not 12. ence that will eventulr.to in the open-- I Tho Louisville Hotel nnd the Old Inn are located in the wholosnlo Those who subscribe now. sending $2 ing of tho vast stores of knowledge for the 52 issues of THE COMPANION More pood reading than you will walk to tho retail district and theaters. district and only a for 1915. will receive The Companion jn any of the monthly to all. SAT.K. MASTKH COMMISSIOMCH'S Homo Calendar FREE. LOILSVILLK IIOTKl, AXI) OI,I INN tOMPWY. Props. magazines. Without education and industrial r ' 6 nomocracy Indopeiulonco, cannot If' SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE Ohio Circuit Court. T. II lllack, Plaintiif, TUB HAKTKOHl) HKI'UIJMCAN AND YOUTH'S COMPANION, BOTH o.ist. vs. Notice. --- ,. ONK YKAH FOR. ONLY Sli.75. -' Heck, DeiemlMit. It. Hunk I'm1N1iihss. I!y virtuo of a judgment and or-lYou occjislonally seo It stated that of salo or the Ohio Circuit Court THE do not result from cold weath-- I rendered at the June term, 1915, In colds K" SEWING Were tho above cause, for the sum of or. That is rank foolishness. 3 iOO.00, with lntoreet at tho rato of j j 5S It true colds would bo as prevalent IVIACHNE i; per from tho 1st OF m lin midsummer a. In midwinter. The day of cent per annum until pald.and 1 MiO bl January, 1013, QUALITY.) microbe that causes colds nourishes ta costs herein, I will otter for To get rid ale at public auction at the court ca in damp, cold weather. house door in Hartford. Kentucky, El m nt i pnl.l hibn fMtnmlinrlnliifa Pniifrll on Monday, tho 2nd day of April, NOT Itemedy. It is effectual and Is highis ly 1917, about one o'clock p. m upon SOLD recommended by people who have a credit of six months, tho following m m Will help parents develop their sons into UNDER used In for many years as occasion described property, ANY the best type of cili.ens and Christia-required, and know its real value. Being a certain tract or parcel of OTHER ess. In Ohio county, Ky., known 113 m land m Obtainable everywhere NAIWE. gentlemen. Its patronage is widely seut-tere- d lot No. 3, in tho allotment of the m lands of Joshua Maddox, situated in and comes from the best homes in m NO HKKIt, XO WOIIK, Ohio county, Kentucky..on the waters WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. tncttii MINIMIS OX STIUKi: yf little West Prong- - of Lewis creek 1 In life lou must know TCiOt i the youth. Its en parity is limited, thereIf you inirelmso tho XllW HOME you win Km ul.at Isncv.' in liustnca nnj Indos-Ir- r. I and bounded at follows: in Intcnttpn and havo n, II To nyst't it t the price you jiivy, nnd will Kcciuuing at a stone In lino ot lot Oil cut of tlie rut; E?t on tl. ilriiic line. (U&4 -- In Topeka. Kan., March tho fore, reservations should bo mndo early. not In vena endless chain of repairs. m coal Ileitis of Southeastern Kansas N'o. 2. at IlBuro 15; thenco W. 120 us poles to a red beech and 2 black oaks, m IMaeo your son in this select gioup of t ho very much aroused Quality m ovor miners nro dry" law. Many of L corner t0 No- - 4 KU1.0 1C; thcn 53 a lino of same N. 40 boys. Write Considered H them tho "bono "No beer, no work." with aand small whlto oak,poles to to corner tone declare, m ea Ae mmtlntcrestlnenml useful mics!!"". a! lot Xo. 4, at llguro 17; then with an it b the tho men in one m All aof protest against his jnlne tUruck other line of Xo. 4, west 07 poles to Uis i;i,'i;cst money norm, livery iuouu KJ as the Inw. It Is a black oak, sweet gum and whlta 300 Pictures 3C0 Articles Cheapest E3 understood that a deputation of oak in ono of the original lines and nil for only IB cents. All the new Mr iu and Intentions in electricity and wireless. In in the end Uox A. miners is coming to Topeka to de- also corner to lot Xo. 4, at figure 7; automobiles and aeroplane, In ihopworlc and For catalogue nnd information m then with said line X. GO poles to a In mnnlns, nnu uucnlucry.. mand that the Stato olllclals wink at to buy. How to malic ll.Inr, nt hoo-.stit rMcneTcrr in "" poultry Jiouies, tho enforcement or tho now law as original .corner saasaEBBaBaEssHsssaaaKHHSiaHEagjGiEasaffiH B; then month, lucluil.ni; n iriperators, you wiwtarswlnitmnchlnc, writo for If furniture, ituiuuiuiiiic tuop repriirs, etc. - po,og t0 at tho tho prlco or keeping tho coal mines n 8Mens. a ,.irgor ,)0,,iart nn. our latest eutnloguo lieforo you juircliato. It l full of monev makln?. ' imrarMinuitiiuimiim open. original corner nt the letter C. It is wnllen In plain Lnxlith for men and boys. Tha fi!w Home Sewins Hschlne Co.. OraiB, Mass. otlior IS Cent n Copy $1.50 n Year In tho mining district tho "bono-- 1 tiul corner to lot Xo. 2; then with t earnp S. 100 polos to the Get It from a newsdenler or write d'rect to vrsxsxyiBxaerssisaA'assowszsESissiesf dry" has occasioned all manner, of)'1 PoputarScienceXIonttily, .9 Fourth Ate.,N.Y. Tr Xonrly every mining camp j HghThas iTDITP Ysatclr?irlreiIrossis2t.lisi ivUL Ir rsttscs s&J n;cbtin Uus pspf. i fl Is Inhabited principally by foreigners w wo (,m to Mellenry Coal Co., which IU rJor men of forolgu descoiit. Most ot land was couveyod to C. II. Chapman IF Reading' Like C n. h. Maddox and wife on Jul those mon havo mndo boor u part or ' rr.i m 1907t whlcl llee(l 1b of record In W( their dally met. Now a Knnsas lof-l3- i QMo Cq ((T Pctro Mcnta Relives Piles and m Islautro comes to Topoka nnd passos oierU's oillco. Xo matter how stubborn tho 11 law which threatens to send a man All Socond tract. Also, another tract caso may bo Potro-Ment- a will lo j'.Ul for keeping a caso or keg of of laud In Ohio county, Kentucky, brim; roller. A trial will convince and bounded as fallows; Ueglunlug beer In his homo. you. Tor salo by Ohio County (?' ut a gate post lit south lino of A. C Tho miners in tho Pittsburg dis- Wakolaud's laud on tho creek and MS 52, Drug Co. Prico 25c. trict havo Issued their defl. If tho running west with tlio llroadway Coal hsucs of 2 ISSUES Stato proposoo to enforce tho bono Company uml A. l Wakolaud's line 'HiKWUTH5 COMPANION Tlif f ivoti'e family weekly ?f Arif rlca, dry hill, tho men will lay down their to a sweet gum tree, A. C. Wake-land'- s is or Gtnuw in 1917, uml U Orejt corner; thence X. 4S poles to We Knock the Spots Out of Things o Ihousind Article plcka and shovolo and quit work. JSO Shoit SU..-- ; a black bum; thenco E. fi 3 poles; Peel right all tho time. Don't lay oil a Ihojsand uml SubsI!-w- . Urns. Six'tul I'asci lo; all ajes. from work for days by taking calomel thonco X. 07 polos to a walnut anil 5 R W arffde5aMr:YfiifyZ& kccj yot I when pleasant dog.voods; thenco cast to a bridgo on or or on jour foot, whilorclievingyour troui I'T.ft itii tho crook; thenco with tho creek on FGR FLETCHER'S. Je. SaJfer too, nnd easy to take. Don't, and 12 Issuca of 11$ tho wont sldo to the beginning, being tako anything else. You cw't uffuro iill tho land ownod hy A. C. Wakelond iraiWlttGAZINB fei iL Eliminatod jiolsons. cleanses sysB3CES asd a uitisj t'Atremt on tho wont sldo ot tho crock. Min'.a--o. 3Ui5' Dress Mtwrn XiM Br?. eral .and coal rlehts aro reserved and French Dry Cleaned nnd Pressed In a tem and relieves constipation. A natMiOO WOMBX TO BXOAMP rFGZZSPyvf bj -' ural remedy, natural in lUuelioos, surj wvtml. T" Superior Manner. frra rrf IX CAPITAL I OK 10. DAYS I right to work' and initio samo, andS3s5fTilv5r ..trr;.- -. 1VJ U fv im j..j V .ul ..v.w..-. - nuaii a uu: In its oilect and certain in results. It .jf... amo land conveyed to Claudo ChapLie VcLcix will ,mim on April 7, 1911, Ly A O. Wuktv Ssnd ua your Garments and Hove won't bo loni; beforo cnlomol 111 ovcri completely dlsplacu Washlngton, Them Mnrch ,aa au,i wjf0 utH which deed Is ro- taUo it frtt.';' anl n tnrr Jioinc. Children can uu n.Aw.i)i,;M In Deed Uoolc 39, page liao, than 1000 women roproseutlng oven with porfwet sufety. Every bottle E County Clerk's olllce. or a suf- CLEANED CLEAN . BUito In tho Union will ho In train- - ,,''lunC.v 50c and SI in bottle. Nontj thereof lo produce tho sums .n! I'tHfB iuiil S"t7 lug for military Hod Cnnw nurse inof ,uonoy onloroU u, bo ,niulo. Packages called for and dollrered. r;enuinj witliout U10 liLo:Kit ui!u bcicnu turo of L. K. Urwaby. Fvr v YashiuEton from April 10 to May Tll0 ,,rci,UBtr W1U ho required to U )M(uIwr, ts r W l u - Hartford, Ky yv 2G, according to plans of tho woman's ' o.xequto bond with approvod security uui v "' 'Cnliblir. n THE ELITE PRESSING CLUB J, II. WILLUSIS. i& am l!ie U17 Hvxiw iniuiodiatcly afler sale J! MHNION fir P boctlon of tho Navy League. in vnim.'S ..jiU'n...uMnk.n-.alU.'J0iyi cl 1917. B (1lt . .r , itv t .. ior i n. tea:: Al v hoksi ei tir Ucat As u recognition of the value to w .. ....... . A. It Nail. Prop. Hi !cW;ii,V.r,-Vt3tt- K UiUIg. A organUod dofenhos or tho nation. s7i:i . isalnloiH -I tho U Muator Comrulssioiii-r- . yf pelni la tt Utl-f- 4 4 u4 iVr vornisrxv.i!'ANK:.s.pt UAimtMO, K&STUOKY. Is IX. Uilsa' Attorneys. tho governraout has allowed tha Heavriu HI. o la Wagons! Wagons! "Wagons! INnUBTHlAIj INDHPENDANCK (Hy W. H. Cundlff.) cor rr.itt. ri r.iiuu.t reservation Need a Tonic : : J i ' w. 1 RLr mJEwUBm &SnLMbA H gy maw The Woman's Tonic iHQitn aa J i d l A. B. Row 6 Son Centertown, Ky. MIrill,-wmiTlT.l'.lWErimjirE- , pictltls , ' Has Helped Thousands. wmisnsriariariB rspiT'pa5 'Sfvtrvd w JSUMJaUMJBLML l -- s. ) - ' lftMl0Gf eat v5Wi&2 l Better Than Ever SI . th I . l rffiGYOUTHSCC IMPANION! jus-.moti- ' Children Ory ; w; 1 vw. .., er i Vaoderbill Training; School lor Boys Get on ir5TVrfl Line ELKTON, KY. I u t: I Popular Science Monthly7 FVIATHENEY & B74TTS ttlMetgmM'Jg'"u"'w'ww'w1i'''M , "' 7"; ''' 111 PI12 ? rTcrftM Lombmatios ror SJg 5L 1 im It 1' m p. dH -.- leYouib'sCcmpaoion For Lazy Liver and the Troubles ol Consiipaiion. I'o-Vcr.J- inkBestlwo ij cnvxn 2-- o-o- Mclaf s Magasiae u OliilclxQii Ory CASTOR? A re, Ladies' and Men's Garments jsmsm s: ri ,' sm& ii rf- J?Jw " .t vmm:WMRf ill . -. 64 2f lo . 1 . Thl-Mar- ,, ,iMt-i- , u- - c I aVfidl-rU- aamrritri tvs X TORNADO KILLS 37 You Cam Make Excellent Cake with Fewer Eggs Just use an additional quantity of Royal Baking Powder, about a teaspoon, in place of each egg omitted. This applies equally well to nearly all baked foods. Try the following recipe according to the new way: IN INDIANA TOWN MOUK THAN 100 INJUKKD RUN- HAY WIIKN HTOItM HWKKI'S NHW AIjHANY. or, "thoro Is evidence that tho Herman army contrived to Intercept for Itself part of tho food sent by tho commission. One who had good rear-on to know told me Hint moro than once, trnlnloads nf supplies which had loft Itrusscjs for Houbatx failed to Now is the Time When a Woman Thinks Of The New Spring r arrive "Analysis of bread In noma cases showed Herman rye flour, Including ,'10 per cent, of sawdust, which had been substituted for whlto American Hour, producing an liidlgestlhlo nml putty-llk- o substanco which brought illness mid death to many. Tho mortality from this causo was so great at ono period that tho gravo diggers could not keep paco with It." I i ? ft ,t Now Albany, Itiil., March 2fi. and llfty pernelwcoii thirty-huvu- u sons woro killed mid probably 100 or moro were Injured by n storm which y swept over New Albany, lato demolishing stores of residences and CKSAM LAYER CAKE n. several industrial plants. Now "Way Old Way Thirty-seve- n bodied n.tvo iiccn limn Yon Any Indian Hcllci to Sell? 1 cp tuirnr 1 cup M uc.ir 1 cup milk and this number may bo InYi cup mill I will pay good prices for dcslrablo 2 cups flour 2cupjHeir creased. Powder 4 trnapoons Roynt OaUne rcllcs found In Ohio County or sur2tentrooiinoyal llnktne Towdtr 1CITC 3 CCCS Tho lighting system for tho rest- - rounding Counties. Send outlines 2 ttiblctpocna Miortenlnj i cup xliottcnlnc will be 1 teaspoon flavoring idenco .section of the city was put out showing form of relics. Write E. I lMp&on flavurlnc storm, and tho 1 1. Honno. C.ismoj Monitor, St. of commission by Hie Cako and Mates 1 Larco 'work of redouts H proceeding slowly Charles Mo. H9l4;i mix In the rec the now brimming DIRECTIONS CrenTi tliouttar ntid sltorttnlnc tosrthtr.then ,ind with dlllicully. o-c After tlftlnff tlie flour onil Koyol Hokirir; I'owdr toccthrrtwoor tlirra timet, Gradually add the milk mid leat with spoon until of odd It alt to ttie mixture. loom. In addition to tho bodies taken to PruiiuN Ah a Klvnl To Cotton H tou have nfmooth pour batter. Add the flavoring. rouNutoRreaked layer coke tin ond bake in n moderately he, oven for twenty minute. Till; cuke i belt undertaking establishments, thero growing Valdosto, Ga., 1'eanut spread with while Idas ImUdln two layer Iut together wlthcres!., filllnj ar.d wuro reports of others that wcro la't-e- n promises to rival tho sea island cotto pritatc homes ton industry in this section this year. New Gingluinis in 11 liij; iissortmeul of checks from l(c The htorui struck tho Corydou A cotton oil company is Installing . to 15c pir yard. plko, about two miles from New Al- peanut crushing plants with n capEnter- acity of noe:ity-fiv- o h bany and moved southwest. I'ltcuIos in 11 bi;: nssortmuni of fancy calmed tons a day, and ing the city at State street, nour Haly, is making contracts with farmers for stripes from 124c to 0c per yaid. At all the peanuts they can grow in the it swept through three blocks. Oriiundifs M'lii.s is tho newest plain whito matt'rial Pearl aiming soanon. They gunnantce a Hie lnersection of State and trrets it left the giound and tli n pot cash morl.et at good prices for for dresses and waists, from 2lc to 76c pw yanl. uruck'ppain nt Vincctines street a.id all tho peanuts hrcuht to Hie mill, Fancy White Goods, coiisistini; of chock mid tripu ihu CUarleovirwu road, nearly n mile and expect to he nhle to handle tho made frcm Cream cf Tartar, derived from grapes. away. At tbat point dwellings in production throughout a radlug of Voile, 'I0o to TiOc jior yard. No No Alum ihreo blocks wore demolished. forty or fifty miles of Valdosta. Also Dnnitv, small and large eheoks, from 10c to L'Uc In its progress along tho Cordcm Linen Suiting, 32 inch to .'!C inches wide, from lur to pike tho ttorm uprooted hundred' of many small trees and destroyed 2fic per yard. 1 STRAY STREAKS. . , no3 where they will bo avaUablu lor tioust-b- many of whoso occupants Pink and White, and Green and White etripe l.nun. PaVSIGlAHS BELIEVE n.llttnry training or homo guard work ' wero injured. (By Fluke McFIuke.) 27 inches wide, at 2oc jier yard. Tho streets in tho path of tho for ro,casi" thus 'u"Ecr storm were a mass of wreckage. RLCBVlII vlco ' ,th; ,ficld- New Sport Goods, for drones and skirts, from 2.rc to fta-inado to Hie city An uppt-.i- l the that ho A number of cases tried In County 50c per yard. Itial stop In tho movement as the? re authorities of LouisWIlo, who scut Court this weak resulted in hung or policemen to the o a largo number a number of talis with Silk Poplins in all the new shades, width 2-- inc-hcat Jurlos. so far dates for execution; ohio county man' pound bad- sult of presidents, professors nntl forCcnc. I.i addition, every available havu not been set. 50c per yard, and in the 10 inch at $1.25 por yard woundkd thought mer vorslty athletes, who. whilo over officer from tho Indiana Stuto IU- ykstnrday. Practically every department is well stocked. Cuine the military unll.stmeiit ago, were .'omiatory at Jeffersnnviilo and from If our Uncle Samuel had need oagor to do "their bit" in event of the. Jefforbonvillo police forco was his mailed fist moro and mailed notes in and let us show you tho newest Wash Goods, hurried to the ctricken district. Suit.-- ! !.. hortiHties. nlinlTt ' 1 TtimiOia Imrlr nlir also Silks. was found badly ' A company was, tentatively, form- troops, it Jiiiuos Odell, who ure ts reported nJMm m, ht ,mvo ,cmj wounded in the yard of Valter John- ed in Now Haven and will begin train on tho way to tho scene. C1U us , m wr,,. nlt0 Ul0r ,ovolv at tll(1 county last week, was ing son in Hancock nest week under tho direction irom surrounding towns hastened to . a1. At1il in l.t l aIIih u .1 ' "u ""vul lit Infliii, II il .v of former atj,,etcs mu, ,rai,10r8. por. New Albany and oltered aid. l"uuul l" , ihq mer President William H. Tait has 13 ueilovcu thai no wm iccover. a Hans were toruiod for furnlshin NjUw whcro mtton from flood, report was current yesterday in announced that lie will join this relief to th0l,e whose homes had be. .1 , Qf ,ho y(jar 1013 1(ihum rlv. Fordsvillo that a blow on tho head homo guard. At a hurriedly call dm ,.p CoiIIlllOK aro al:out t0 Ut destroyed. vM ,Uo 11r55r.rsr.Arx3 had left Odoll's mind In such condiI meeting at tho City Hall a large ft.n pcr rent 0 (,allmgf3. Ti,, )8 whnl 'KthaL ho is unable to mako any tion was subscribed by citrons and cm- - yon nlgu LOOKS TO AMKKHW TO j, nUov,nHnB EU,rrnilS statement as to how ho received the HOl'T OUT CSKIUIAN KliKKT mlttocs wero appointed to direct th on tho ,iouI)lo nlck 8 u wound and only says they were rework of relief. not ceived in tho play. .., Tho work of conveying the Injur-- , London, March 35 Tho Times, Odel was found lying In tho yard tiViZJz-nttSttaszsazmi3mt2R8cominuitiug on too prospects of the ed to St. Edward's Hospital, the 01- ,l(JComo or Caill. .,. n. wlmt of tho Johnson homo. His skull was United States entering the war, says. ly public irtitutlou of the sort Is T1,0,Iins. rGar Kllan hrlgado? It HOUSE m:NCIl MUVS. regarding a report th;it has been re- - the city, was hampered by fcijen , ntimated by some, that when last Hblo to grap thosltuntlou, hut Chris tiig beaten tevcroly about tho face ,' trees, . uhtch henr-,- rrom tho Company was making y American ao wires and uprooted March 28. Mrn .1. T Laslibrook oiib was able to grasp it Do ou lhat A splinter cut was also c,olvcd hro; and head. many of tho storm-!- . wept (ieiorato hut futilo offort to keep and Mrs. W. O. Held are visiting rel- - J. now what tbat ihild did" She saw be. confin(;d to .th! blocked ,3.,Ikelr found in life neck of the unfortunate protection of Anitrican and neutral streets. Tlo bospiUl soon vas fill- - up Wth It's Captain in a rotreat to - jatives in Memphis that we wcru overworked 'l in nian. Tho victim of tho assault was a, however, and it became iiu essa--1 war(1 Ul0 Kocky Mountains, where no Mrs. Grif Held, who has, been tho order to Icon us fiom lim,r. 10 wait fiTirt luierelts on tho seas and to assisting nrrnnQlmi vhnn iltannvr-rAt- l or ner motner at urayso;i,on her, h picked up :ul ommerelally and umncially tho on. -- v to place later urrlfala in corn-- , Qermans aro to he founfl. nt to has not regained conscloucnoss. His ,.ors. Lato tonight injured Springs for tho past week, has re-- her chum's lioiniv So ounp and rt tento allies. condition is considcrod au e::trcraely so thoughtfuH Philadelphia I'uMic "If wo may say so, without the nil were being brought to tho insti-- j as near as we can estimate, SS3 turned homo. qi Itlcal. Mrs. 1M Wilson has rolurnod homo , Lodger, iguya hao dropt Into our sauctum im,i rllffhtcst puggcstlon of Indiscretion. union for treatment. .Tnhnson. t ppTO9. oriel nn.i I injured tAen tt)jthts week, most of tli'eni chewing from Cccllian. At 7 o'clock-tht hfye no doubt that it is holp of been fox limiting during tho day. Ilro. Creep filled his rogular np- Hospital bad filled all iceir tobacco on their front teeth, in Pert and Pertinent, this hind which would bo most use- St. Edward's Thoy returned to Jchnson'o homo for a young woman or a pink complex naileble rooms and wards and over- - a. stooped position with their hands polntmeut at tho Christian church breakfast. Tho only other person ful and most welcome to tho allien. flowed into the halls. St. Edward's j on their IiIpb, especially it seems, last Sunday. kii. but of heroic build a kind way wo 3 Wo should rejoko to seo 'American having hcowlcdgo of tho affair Mrs. Virgil Campbell is the giiast of denoting obesity applied to 13 public hospital in the" city . to address us as Grandpa. Now we'vo Johnson's vrlfo, who was In the arm,"' flehting alongblUo our troops it tho only of relatives In Beaver Dam. II. Cnlwrt. the inovfug picture di- lul irrangement8 wero be'n,; made nothing against being Grand-daddsiiui cUq 'u vtiiiiivatiuu ui l.'tchcn proparing tho meal. Mles Monnlo Hell McDanlel. of rector, for a position as an xtra girl. hum!mU'' b,u wc ar,je wUU the Prcs- - to transfer many of , tho iiijurad to but thU old ago stuff cets our nanny Btatod that Elio heard a disturbance press mai l.oufsvlfle Institutions. and we here by servo notice on those Olaton, was tho guest of Mrs. J. i' - .Sho presented him a personal letter in tho dinlne room and upon invostl- - iael cna lne of introduction. I'.ong yeirs ago. It West Union, a subdivision In thonS3 candidates for 00 days hospital Urin Saturday. aId aItbou8l Invaluable, would cation found tho two men Cgutlnc. sac" Mrs. Ceorgo Arnold went to Ow- - seems. Mr. Calvert knew her father city, bore ' liio that this thing must be cut out. Mrs. Johnson attempted to call for necessarily bo delayed beyond the ..ortheastern section cf the onsboro Monday to attend the funer and mother. Hero tho As ho garni at this Gt wh,cn we !lp and falatod from shock and dateplaced beyond ll0e v,ctor? would he brunt ofa the storm.blocks wills al of her brothor-ln-la' plump Juno tho light of memory Jtoyalty Enthroned. swept path two ;.id be doubt" fright. Mr. Wm. Cole, who lias been quite came into Ills oyo, but still ho was demolish-.u- g Duko, the foreman says the girl It was reported lator yesterday af--' The Moth'" post expresses the uid more than a mile long, who married our King Is now the ijck for the past few days. is tin- - not qulto certain about noun tiling re idences, several faotoixs and tornoco that the wounded man's hI"' lhat whatever action tho Uult- undisputed, uucon of Charllo's do- proving. negro school building. "Let me see," he mused "which chancoG for recovery woro about ono ed 8ta,es mav tako u w,n lncludo destroying a , -side of tho'house do you rebemlilo tho main. the placing in the United States prize m (oa .loin Anieilcnn Xavy. most.", courts of ull German shipping in- - MAY MOVK RUSSIAN. r I'oston, March 23. Mayor Curley CAPITAL KftOSI I'ETr.tKJllAU On llusliiefi. "Sir!" she cried In nccont far from ' icrned there. Jlsro and IlvgST for Sale. Kelley, Riley made a buslncnw trip aroused enthusiasm nt the annual mild, "I don't resemble any side of Tho Morning Post remarks tbat Cood, pontic, reliable mare and Y'ashinston, March 25. Transfer to Kronos ono day this week, il Is banquet of tho New Kngland Street any old houso." Topoka Stuto Jour- tho assumption that tho Toutdnlo uuccy tor wlo cheap. Apply to Rail w.i y Club last night, when ho enfleet cannot be dostroyod as Ions a of the Russian capital- from Petto-ia- d ftitf thnt Kolloy bought and shipped tered the room with twolvo officers nal. C. P. KEOWN. to its ancient site at Moecow Is cno gcobs, all by himself, too. it remains iu port has not yot been Hartford, Ky. 88t8 or tho Argentlno navy and announced Lost Joy. ,pro,cd, aud speculates whether It is rpTfcrdel as highly pror-a- le in on that ten of them had enlisted In tho When a very small hoy 1 was ear b'nollsli Waste. Ovoi Co:jgIis. .ate c! roles here, which li.no kepi Gtoxi Left imposeible to devise n method for .; sely advised regardlns tho Itu-doWh4n a verv small hnv I we..i rjir Our Idea of a rotten bualnosii nitcd Statos Navy. Will roafrhlng Gormen ships in port, Dr. Bell'B "I want to tell you." ho said, "that rIe(1 tQ UlB ijflUi3Vnie, imptut Orphan iu Kussio. Tho belief is found transaction Is one where a guy stop tbat hacking cough that lingers ' "W comniond this auggostlou to is squanders his funds iu procuring a tho principles for which the Sta.i Homo, mid In 1S11 Mvns adopt, d to from Jht:uar. Tho soothing pino the Inventive genius of America," t.l upon reports thr.t Peire-'rasot of artificial teeth, and Strlpos stand have been npprov- - w. R L. McDanlel. of this piacn .swarming with pie; th t it lsitar:y-vIi;:- o plilegm, heals &ays tho newspaper. balsams loosea the ed by ono of onr sister rspuhljos ot My Mother's name was ot lidding a bit to tho .trolly under the Influence of the j Instead l.Ile Whit- the irriuteu '.uoirorane, the giycer, elements; that the real spent sum and buying a bax of flour South America. I want to say to you toker sna lf Bhe ,B vlnK , woull, lu you fno relieve the t:nder tltsues, S!EVF13SL.D NOTTS. nr for the present irl-- 1 or a peck of spuds, or perhaps a niinK that these ten young naval officers to )'or fuim her. Mr. Ei'Itor as I hare nevor & breathe easier and cough inc ceofos. My flUher foun'rt out from b0no itnph Is in Moscow, and that such a of meat s big as your hoed and If have enlisted In the United States nr-- j cough. It any news from this placo Don't neslect a l!n,,. In your Navy, three or them on battleiJupB, one that my motlisr was nmn led and appeal strongly to tits you prefer, a tallou of beans. columns I will glvo you a few items. ehpnge would is dangerous. Dr. Bell's Plue-Tar- -' four of Ifiem on siibmarlnes and the tta3 Mn (n 0hto county, if any ono Honey is antiseptic end pleunt to MI8 Bessie Morrles visited frlcads sentiment of tho groat maw of uto other three in the ovlationcorps." S0B', this aud knows where my moth. No YaMo Hero. tekQ, IsaaDts youug and old, get it t ('antral Grove last Saturday and j.ople. It was explained that the young or Is and who she Is married to pU . Albert Rial of tho Pop Corn Trust Execnt Its lack of communication on Sunday. your druggist Formula at lieutenants who camo here last woek write to mo. or let her know whcro 1 3 Miss Suslo Baytmnul of Hartford, with the sea, Moscow is hUd to b hnsn't only punched holos in tho hot bottle. 25c. on the Argentine transport Pnmpa, am. Yours truly, Xcrvcjr and Dewey John- quite as nccsssIMo and tonvcnkiit a 'turn of the bags, hhas out tho whole I u'' Mb KNT.TRT'U'RNf AOB Petrograd, and it b, regard-- ; top of the bagn off. The Trust Head Intending to secure a yoar's Instruc- - WILLIAM CARRY WH1TTBKFR WIS OVrm son a visit last Saturday aid Sunday. center as Hon on United Statos naval vessels, MoDANIKL, Ronton, Ky., It. F I). TO TrtAOf TOR JIOMK GUARDS Mrs. Kitchen who has been on lha rd as much mors secure ajf.Unat u ays salt which he puts on the com la gets out through holes iu the bottom bad cabled to their government for No. 1. sick list for tas last wesk, is bettor. drive by tho German aimy, which vc- New York, March 25. First stops. ' bbo llilK uulokor than It does permission lo Join the United Staleit Llttlo Jossle Eharfleiri. whn fall l ellovod to ho inipondlng. ' through a long bag. thereby ocononi- - Nnty, and that they had received M.VIHtlAfJR MCKN'SK I8HPMI) (l . ospecto 1 to develop Into u out of the barn loft last weak, has ; in what la (JCKMANH SUmiTITCTKI) izlng In tlino. as ho uses tho snmo this permission. ; K1NCK OUR JKT IHiPORT natienci mavamsnt far tn toruiwuon ' recoToreil. SAWnr.Sr roa KUIL'II salt sovoral time daily and In tha Bill ba of an lnterantional Icruc, Mr. Horaru Morris and B. Mc-tk- n An Aecon,.uol..K nnughter no run of n month or so It counts. Jn tlsw Havsn this week. Wal. Ofm.ick as usual went to Central orl , (:,moVil Christine Is tho best girl in tho Elisabeth Curtis, Rookport. London, Murch 23. Tho Times Isi ter Cawp, fsotlall and collsfo last Sunday night and eamo wide world, lor almost noarly all Xeiv C'ouiro to Dcstnu Hon. Eusllsh-- 1 3rm) w amU, Iirtfonl u 6 ktlc authority, the prime mover in ';;'. vuu their heaaa down. What t printing tho narrative of an :. .' ...... k .vi. ... uw. A?lu Tlmo was, when an over supply of . ..... jaiit Itartfon) r C tho wta the usattar boys you didn't bay T.'iii, J. p. Whltaker, vl. that tho plan, aunonnoed Boose was in fnnt. rrybedy Is sick except our- Ofccaped from Itoubalx, whore ho says ISaady, Ilottlod, liootlog vhlm K scheme was inteudod to prepara p!iy v. her. 'you were going hue!;? he lived for thirty months durlns captured from unlawfuLpossesslon It belf and Chn.U'n.. Well, any man HU,ltor, MHenry leally tho man of tho nation batwsstt Tho farmers hero ro all having who has ever tried knows how much lu,m.y Ktlu,H,y ,0 May. the ac-;- of 46 asd CO years for such tho biucg on aocotct of bo ouch rain. tho Herman occupation without the was taken to an opening, thp f, u1M(f aud uaid boora work tl.erf i about cooking for him- dlsooverlag bin nationality, talners suiushed tiQV- - cud 1 great many ot thorn i. A ttiarvo ttrvlte as the National . lr.g poiucthlug for stole lf end nropa, tho pourod Into a sewer, therely making Mr. Whltaker describes eminent or iltstes might iletlrs in :wo not sowed their tuhooo seeds complete, foJ'Mi. Of course, ou can oat from Wuo lUvir for SuXe. tluio when lh rood fcupply r.m out'tHo dostructlon suro nnd yet. A lisvubllcaa. ease of war. One llun JViroo Ilwir tiln'o montha now, tho Authorltlec Just turn the sama Plata for a, wualtnnd drink nml tho town was almost w!ol!y -. No ettompt will ho inadu lo train pendent on the American Rollef 'captuiud hoozo ovor to Ciroutt Court coffeo from the hatua cup without old Reg. No 80,805, for Imiuodiuto opu-Uihu varir.us units in military taetlaa, washing oithr. That In all light, so n.Ue. No butlar Uoar to bo found He say that but for! Chirk, Shorty l'ortor and his Commission. for Ui flrst few wontha at least, but , "gay. boss, it's & sVain tha way I all tha pnople would ant, Ad Howard aud thero is 110 need far w you are oouesrnad, hut yu ' ' whwro.. Cfincojtcil offert will lm to pilaris. ud a tor furthar worry as to tho method of roust wash dloho. for tho alsk onsu. dr. y, i, nooHits Yjiux& dls. tet'i Marvod, risk and poor allko. briBB ta toln(ary omiiX of Uts J "l fijift wltU yoju An asJlnary girl might net h.ivs boon "UnfurtuaaUly," s.ic Mr. Whltak- - doatroying. 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